Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 12, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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; IN: .STARKE ON JULY 16th. .!JOHN FRALICK Name I A met'tinoi livestock owners will !'
Address order
No : WEEVIL HAS BEEN DISCOVERED be held in the court house at Stark,, ',

56' Gus Washington Lake Butler c 1 at three o'clock next Tuesday afternoon ANDSONSHOT
47 James Holmes, R. D. Lulu c 2 I July 1(>. to discuss tick '.t

R. R. WRECK 30 Edwards Alvin Gaines, Hamp Department of Agriculture Has 1-------------- tion and improvement of prlldi"II-I'|
ton, --------------------w 3 ,+ + ++ + + + + + + + + + + ++ ++ Bradford county is recognized; l>y.. FROM AMBUSHMARTIN
9 Johnnie Addison Raiford w 4 Been Conducting Experi- + 4 l state and federal ofllciaU ui> among {I
88 Gus Lawson, New River __uc 5 4 CLAIM WAY TOUNU: TO 4 the! most progressive in the state whenit ,
GHTY PERCENT OF DEAD 58 Wesley Rosier Raiford _w 6 ments for Years + ELIMINATE: : : THE UOLLUKEV1L 4 comes to cattle owners investing Th

MPLOYES OF POWDERXO ,54 Taylor Young R ID Lake + : : FROM: COTTON 4 their own money to help make the SMITH AND CHAS.
I Butler ------------------c 7 ANNOUNCES FINDINGS OF + 4 county safe for improvement of tho DOUGLASS UNDER ARREST

(GINEERS AND FIREMEN OF 50 Ovid Manning, Raiford ___ow 8 ITS BOARD OF EXPERTS + Washington, July 7.-Aa a re- +, native cattle.
80 Henry Eli Griffls, Starke _.w [9 + suit of several years of thnt + However other counties in Florida DETAILS I :; :MEAGRE.I .: -HOTII FORMER .
JOTH TRAINS ARE KILLED 1 Mose L. Harrell Raiford ___ow 10 + work in the cotton belt by B. 'arc helping their cattle owners in this : RESIDENTS::; OF BRADFORD
INSTANTLY 32 Geo. Charles White, Starke w 11 EXPERIMENTS SIJOW THAT BY + R. Coda, an entomologist, con4*I work by apporprluting large sums of COUNTY
45 Isaac Joshua Blackwelder, R. POISONING THE DEW OR RAINDROPS trol of the cotton boll weevil money to build dipping vats und assist

Nashville, Tenn., July 9.-At least F. D. No. 2, Lake Butler_w 12 ON PLANTS WITH AH- + seems to be in a fair way of ac4 in handling the stock. The speakers I Lake City, FI..., July 0.-Using '
persons were killed and as many 29 Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh, SENICALS WILL DESTROY TIlEPESTS.APPLI + compliahment says a statement + at the coming meeting will include l>r. I I high-powered rifles lit long range, as-
e injuerd today in a head-on colon Hampton ----------------'V 13 *> tonight I by the United States + : K. :11. Niirhbert.. inspector in charge nf susHinM v'MterllIv, nmhuHh.1 ant i.illed I .
between the N. C. & St. L rail. 60( Ernest Williams, R. F. D. No. El) WITH DUST + Department of Agriculture. +[ tick eradication work in Florida;'and I C. K.: Fralick and son, 'Cleveland; ; I
fast! passenger; train No.1. from 1. lake Butler -------c 14 SPRAYER.Control + Various poisons administered +. Dr. W. 1". Bh ('knllltl. president of the prominent farmers of Fort White '

phis, and No. 4 from Nashville. 71 Ervin Dvnl. Graham _w 15 + in different ways to this pest, + | Florida State Live Stock Association. near this city. The shooting occurred '. ".
trains came together just around 23 Ethan Allen" Sapp, New.Riv.- n of the cotton boll weevil + which has invaded a large part + j Dr. Nighbert will use a largo num- a short di.ttunr-e from their homo In ".

arp. steep graded curve at Dutch- er ______ ________ ________w 16 seems to be in a fair way of accomplishment f of the cotton growing territory, + her of striking photographs to show the presence of Mrs. Fratick and :'"
n's Bend, about five miles from 3 Herbert James Hornsby by the work of an entomologist + has resulted) in the discovery that + I the effect of cattle fever tick on nn- I daughter, hut nothing was seen of the

e. Both engines were crumpled Starke ________ ______ ___-w 17, of the U. S. Department of + the boll weevil cnn be poisoned tive cattle as well as on purebredaninuals murder or murderers. The men were \'
unrecognizablea masses of steel and 36 Harlice Mabry, R. F. P. No. 2 Agriculture. + under field conditions and that + j' and also will show some shot from the back dying instantly. .,'
n, while the impact drove the ex. Box 130 Lake Butler ------c 18 When that insidious pent which has + poisoning li a practical method + | Photographs of tinimala which have Immediately upon receipt of news ,
ss car of the northbound train (62 Alfred B. Davis R 1, Starke w 19 been, taking heavy toll of the cotton + of controlling the pest. + 'Il loon> ruined on farms after the ticks of the double killing Sheriff Perry organized 'tt'J I

ugh the wooden coaches loaded 87 Wes Griflls Starke ____ _noW 20 crop annually extending his feeding 4 Results have shown thnt yields> + ,|'were erdicated. a posse and with blood hounds .
h passengers and telescoped the 79 Clarence Aubrey Ritch, Rai grounds, stops his work of puncturing 4 of from 250 to 1,000( pounds more + : The local meeting,,, been arranged started' out to fln.l somo duo which 1
king car in front, and piled high ford --------------------w 21 cotton squares and bolls and ambles 4 of seed cotton per acre can be ,j I by L. J. Wynn in charge of work in might lead to the capture of tho man ,j I
cars behind both of which were 78 Joseph R. Rosier Lake Butler w 22 forth to quench his thirst from dew. 4 raised on sprayed areas than on +i: Bradford Clay and linker counties. or men renponNiblo" for the killing. :f
|ked with three hundred and fifty 77 Brince Tillis Starke _____-w 23 I drops or raindrops on the cotton 4 unsprayed plots. Details of the 4 Every man woman and child will I lie> Judge Gillrn went to the .scene of ,
sengers, including two hundred 59 Christopher C. Crawford R. plant he Is likely in the future to encounter 4. experiment are being published 4 interested in tho talks and Photographs the tragedy lust night and held an in. N
oes en route to work in the Old F. D. Lulu ----------------'V 24 a poisoned draught which will 4. in a bulletin. The tests are not 4 and any one will ho welcometo qiie. t, which resulted in the arrestof 'q
(kory powder 43 Robert Thomas, Raiford _nC 25 be as effective as a knockout drop. 4 complete. + ask questions about conducting the Martin Smith and Charlla, Douglas ,
estimated that 80 per cent of 72 Wm. Henry Faison Raiford c 26 What this means to the cotton growersof +++ + + + + + + + + + + + + ++ + work. It I is in reality a conference to It i lit Biiiil that relatives of the dead, ,
i dead are ne roes. 55 Chas Wesley Peeples., Hampton the South and the industry as a ""- !I give local people an opportunity to men Raw Smith and )DimgluKi running .j 1
he engineersand firemen of bothns -- .. -w 27 whole can hardly be estimated dollars sonal conditions, was encountered nn,11 I, acquaint tlieitiHelves! with information I' away from the scene immediately ufo I
| were killed. 11 .James Ellerson, Starke -c 28 and cents but the curtailmentof pronounced results were obtained on any phase they do not now under ter tho bhuoting. lluth of the dead men .J".
ending an investigation officialssed 2 Jesse Barnes Alexander the weevil's activities even in small I from the poison. In every case the stand. leave tll111 ili..s. I .

to speculate on the cause of Hampton -w 29 part is so important as to make the experiments were conducted on com I Only mengro details of the crime }
< wreck, "lira .fsI.. J'J 41 Chas. Robert Cooper, Starke w 30 discovery by the United States Department paratively small areas subject to a have reached Sturko up until the
U 73 Arthur Williams, Starke _c 31 of Agriculture of the fact continual influx"of weevils from surrounding forum were cloNed. Both men accus .
|!MRS ADKINS ENTERTAINS 21 Raymond Norman Raiford. 32, that arjenicnja may be used as a powder untreated cotton but in itpita Our Boys, Over ed I or tho crime were at ono limn ret
26 Frank Turner Starke, -c 33: spray in controlling pest one of this a very ,definite weevil control denU of Bradford county, living in
Irs. A. Z. Adkins entertained the 46 .Brady Thomas, Lulu -w 31 of its most striking and valuable contributions resulted from poisoning. The open I Here & Over TherePrivate I the Providence Red ion. Mr. Dougluxi ,

nger set delightfully on Saturday 34 Wm. Albert Dubose, Starke w 35 to the agricultural industry.Mr. cotton, in every rase showed a definite I moved! to Aluchua county seine 2t
ing at her home on Walnut street 65 Richard Romey Kerce Lulu w 36 : Cnad's Discovery gain to the last row of treatment. Tho yearn ago, from there ho moved to I
honor of her sister Miss Mabel Ed- 64 Alfred Sums, It 1, bx 17, Lulu c 37 Mr. R. B. Condo of the Bureau of gains! per acre ranged from 250 pounds I M. N. Coleman returned to I Columbia county three year ago. living ,'i/
othy Edwards, of Sumner, Fla. 40 Wm Henry Newsom Brook W-JJ9 biological investigations of the boll} ult of course, to cntimatu how after spending several days hero with |I I He was married to Mitts rhrlutlniiiI I
he jolly crowd gathered on the spaS 52 Judtfon Sims Hurst GoilfoM w 40 weevil found1 that while the weevils! larger these gains wnuld haveleezi I his parents Mr. and Mrs. !Moses' Colo- I' )Dim ling, dixiter of Tax: Collector 11. 'j'; }i j

porch and here games and mus- ,,19 St.: Clair Abrams ryan..u .. not hard" _4cuikerfl: .they_dt' k..J'fa'rly "\/.;: Jihe entire cuts or entire plan- man. Private Coleman! e.xpruaaud: M.J>)\>wling, shortly after moving; to /
|furnished by an Edison, were end ford _w 41 from the rain or dew collectedin ations; hnd been treated and thus I himself as well planed< with hill service r Alnchiiu county. i
until a late hour. 89 Charley Jones Brooker _w 42 droplets on the leaves of the cotton the migration: of weevils from the un- in the army. .-- --- t
uring the course of the evening 75 Ernest Mike Futch Lawtey w 43 1 plants.: Having been on the trail of the poisoned cotton prevented. It is clear I Sergeant K. N. Baxter, of Camp )DOINGS: : OF) TIII KEWPIK: CLITII. JJj
cious fruit punch and oat-meal 69 Paul Bevill Prevatt Starke w 41 cotton boll weevil for some time his however that the gains secured on I Jackson, is spending a tn-dnv furlough .
kies were served. 14 Thos. V. Williams. Starkew 45 logical: inquiry was: "Why not poison the small area were exceedingly conservative I with hit parents Mr. and Mrs. I On June 21th the Kewpio Club was> '"
hose, invited'were: Misses Ethel 49 Nathan Young R.F.D. Lake the water which the weevil drinks?" J. D. Baxter at Brooker. Keri'eunt .delightfully( entertained at the homo .tl ,
n. Vivirette Floyd Kate Young, Butler ----------------c 46 Since 1913, Mr. Coad with a corps of A Large Field Test Successful Baxter looks the picture of health. <>f Miss Clara Moitt. After an interesting \ '
rey Johns, Elizabeth Brownlee, 82 Jeff Grim, Lawtey --------w 47 entomologists; with headquarters at A large scale treatment was made in program delicious refreshment .
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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Crosby
Epperson Margaret Long, Doro- 28 Virgil Samuel Green Lake Tellulah La., has been experimentingwith August last year on a section of an card from their 'Ilcrll'hell. consisting of ice cream and cake were .. '
Edwards. of Sumner and Mabel Butler ----------------w 48 various poisons applied in different Arkansas plantation. The cotton grewon son, I served.Agiiin. I
Crosby stilting that he had arrived
vards of Lawtey; Messrs. Augus- 42 Jesse I. Ogden Graham -w 49 ways, all with the purpose of ad. land of fair quality and was not on Juno 27th this popular ';,}
Long, Charlie Johns Paul Can. 81 D. Ritch Green Starke -w 50 ministering a dote which would be planted until late in May. Weather safely overseas.Chas. club of young people) was entertained ij I
Moore of
t Telfair Long Thomas limbaugh, 17 Leslie Lee Ross Starke -c 51 fatal to these insects which have Invaded conditions retarded, the plants greatlyand K. formeery Cump by Mr. and Mrs. .F. A. Scott at a f"
Sevier writes the send
Telegruph :
y Canovn Joe Wainwright, 57 Jimmie Fowler Lake Butler w 52 such a large part of the cotton. they didn't start setting. the crop the to him In France having swimming party nt their charming "
y Canova Clifton Brown and Fred 74 Stadia M. Sasscr Starke _.w 53 producing territory of the South. until tho latter part of July. About I; paper Kingsley lake camp. Among those ) \ "
I just arrived tho watert. I Ha
David Moore,.of Lawtey. 37 Cornelius Dixon R 1, box 14, The entomologist have not finish the middle, of August a fair crop of|j I'gives his Itlltlresll'aIf across 118 F. II. present were. Misses Clara 1IoittIy! ,
Brooker ------------------v, 54 ed their work, but they have provedby olla had developed b'Ut the plants ra Burr, Gladys' Gardiner: )Doris Scott h .
San. Tr. A. E.: F.. viu New York.
WOODLAWN PARK 25 Lonzo Starling, Lawtey __ow 55 a aeries of experiments that boll were large and leafy' and the weevils la Inez Anderson and Vera Turner; and r
I Private Wilson Bryan utattioned -
27 Jeff Bennett Todd Lake Butler weevil. can lie poisoned under field had multiplied go rapidly thnt a very I I now H. Messrs. Ellery: Davis, Wilbur Scott t'
oodlawn July 10.-Messrs. S. II. ___-__ ______ ______ __-ow 5/1/ conditions and that the poisoning I is heavy infestation of weevils was pres- '|I IC. at Camp Sevier, Greenville l.ex Green: and Willie Kpperson, Mr. 'J
:. his address being Ambulance Co. f'
mpson and Roscoe Sapp of Jack- I 5 Robert Norman K 1, Starke w 57 a practical method of controlling the ent. Blooming hud practically ceased|' and !Mrs. Marklcy Johns and Albert t t
ville, visited at their home here on 41 Daniel Bellamy Hampton _.c 58 pests. The usual check plats have and the weevils had cleaned up the 1322. Andcrxon. i''" ..I
I J. T. Jones of Stiirke, has received
day. (C3: Virgil Brown R.F.D. 1, Lulu w 59 heen used in these experiments and I square so thoroughly that they were I I A business meeting wna held on .\.
I a card! from his son, Fred Guy
Irs. .1. W. Waites and sister, Mrs. 81 Robert Henry Green, Brooker w 60 i the results have shown that yields of I attacking the bolls in great numbers 'Jones of his safo arrival July 1st at the homo of Miss Dorlrt) :
). Phillips of Theressa were visit. 10 Clyde D. Ward Brooker ...,w 61 from 250 to 1,000 pound more of seed and all the bolls even to th.. largest .across the water. This man Is Scott. When the hunineHH had been \\1'
f at the home of their uncle. Rev.J. 35 Percy Wm McLeod, R.F.D. 1, cotton per acre can be raised on present, were being rapidly punctur. connected"with the lied young Cross headquarters transacted. Mrs. Scott charmed her 'i
Phillips Saturday and Sunday.r. Box 11, Dukes n__ ______._w 62 sprayed areas than on the unsprayed! ed. It seemed probable that in one in France.U. hearers with a very interesting rending -* .
and Mrs. J. N. Norman and 18 Wm. Azzmon Fowler R. 2, pIa M. section no bolls would he left to open.It ', after which refreshments of 1 ice l'

Jdren were visitors to Jacksonville Box 132, Lake Butler ------w 63 The experiments have been conducted ,' was, of course too late to attemptto S. S. Texan, June 1(5( 1)18.! tea and sandwiches were served. An .
nesday. 31 James Mack, Starke --------c 64 under many conditions and for set a new croip| by poisoning but Dear I'ditor-: guests of tho club on this pleasant
13 Harry Quinn Touchton, Lake several years, so as to give the method an effort was made to save the bolls occasion were, Miss Elsie Harrison, ot i
Ir. O. J. Phillips of Jacksonville I will write a few lines to let you
Butler ------------------w 65 a complete trial before making the then present on the plants. Treat Worthington Springs and Mrs. Z. J. '
nt Sunday here with his hear from me, for I haven't written in
pariti.r. 22 Owen James G. Phillips, Law results known to the growers. The ments were given from August 2-T: to Roberts of Hastings. ,
long time. I receive the Starke
T. C. Williams was a business tey ______ ____ ____ ______w 66 details are now being published in a about September 1 on several hundred a is like letter paper On July 6th another swimming jl
regularly and it just
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ss Julia Hudson Wildwood Is 51 Richard: Ancil Parrish, R. 2, elfpartment bulletin entitled "Recent acres. Upon counting the squares it from for it Is the Am- party was greatly enjoyed by the (1
: home
e, the guest of Mr.\ and Mrs. J. S. Box 10, Lake Butler --------w 67 Experimental Work in Poisoning Cot. was found that about 86 per cent of erican I ever care about only reading., club. A tempting picnic lunch was '., ,(
man.frs. 61! Columbus McCullough R.F.D. ton Don Weevils." I the squares in the cotton to be poisoned I[ would,paper be lout without it. the feature of the evening. Among $ '.

W. II. Norman and children, of' Lulu ______ ____ -___ ____ __w 68 Detail Worked Out had been weevilpunctured.This Well I have been here in those present were, Misses' Clara
ksonville of her 33 Mizelle Green When the cotton was. given poisoning and over Moitt. Inez Anderson Gardiner '
are the guests Perry 1429 experiments were start. Foreign service a long time but I hopeto Gladys ,
ents Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips. Goodman St., Jacksonville w 69 ed again last year it was recognizedthat about ten days later it was found that stay until everything is over with. Doris Scott Neva Turner, Myrn : f
10 Solomon the former work had ho weevil infestation in these same' Barr and Messrs Willie '
Irs. II. M. Hill and children are Sidney Lambert merely de- : There has been a few subs missing I ; Epperson t
ting her sister Mrs. Walton Clem- Brooker ----------------w 70 monstrated the possibility of poisoning cutS or areas had been reduced HO that out of the Hun's since Jon Canova, Carl Johns, Ellery Da- '
of the Wateroak section this week. ,61 Avery Parrish, Dukes ______w 71 weevils successfully and that many only Sf; per cent of the squares were I ov..r.I navy we came j vli and Mm. Markley Johns. Albert
isses Lois Norman and Julia Hud- 15 Benjamin Altman Raiford w 72 plncea''of the economical use of the punctured. During the same period am well and like the life till I'I ,Anderson Judge and Mrs. GI'I). Gardiner J.J
were shopping in Lawtey Satur. 85 Monroe Iledgman R.F.D, poison still remained to be workedout. the infestation in the adjoining un- right. navy | and Mrs. F. A. Scott. J Lake Butter --------------w 73 A very elaborate series for that poisoned cotton had been increasing Will clone for this time, with heat I I Again on July 8th, Mrs. Albert An. "
D. N. Norman and children : 4 Bailey Carnell Starke ______w 71 season was planned and about seventy. steadily Practically all of the pois regards to the people of Starke. lernon graciously entertained the
80 Willie R.F.D. five tests started in the oneduts, started blooming again at young people. Among the of ,
nt last week at the home of her Kelley 2, were neigh. Yours truly J events I I -
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clemons, Lake Butler --------------w 75 borhood of Tellulah each one intended this time and a number of them reached W T. GOOLSBY, the evening was an Interesting dance ,I
r Lake Butler.of. 6 Richard Wise, Starke ______c 76 to determine some particular pointof what is ordinarily termed the U. S. S. Texas, Postmaster Newt program. At the close of the program \
L. A. Davis, of Wateroak, was 48 Thomas Mallette Hewitt, Lake importance. The earlier studies "flower garden" stage of blooming, York, N. Y., Box c-o 7. I IMIss! Inez Anderson graciously exe- I"1 ,
isitor here Saturday. Butler ------------------w 77 had shown that under certain conditions I 5 to 7 blooms per plant on a single t the "dance of the mystic,' aftcr ,
Irs. II. M. Hill received a card 7 Walter M. Graham, South poisoning was profitable but it day being not at all rare. SLACKER BROUGHT IN which delicious water melons were I
m her son, Jerry Witcher, saying Jacksonville ------------w 78 was known that any change in these One Application Wait EnoughIn served. .

had arrived safely in France. Jer. 70( Frank Bryant, Starke ____-_w 79 conditions might easily result in a starting the treatment of this Sam Price, colored, living in the U Ht:t}
has many friends here who are 76 Oscar R. Strickland. Starke w 80 much lower gain if not actual loss Crge area it had been anticipatedthatieveralapplicatlonewouhl western part of the county, was arrested -I TO ENTRAIN: Jolt CAMP: SHELBY : _
d I to hear he arrived safely "over 38 Arthur L. Bennett, Theressa w 81 and, it was essential to determine ) (be necessary Monday by Sheriff Eppersonas .
re." 24 Dewey Whitehead, New River c 82 thoroughly the possibilities and limitations to produce the desired result, but a slacker Sam having failed to List of persons called to report;>> for
Irs. N. D. Davis was shopping in 68 Odell John Abernathy, Graham of boll weevil poisoning be the effect of a single application was \ June ,6th. lie was allowed register to entrainment July 15th to go to Camp II,

tey Saturday. __ ___n_____ ___-____w 83 fore the information would be of so pronounced that it seemed unnecessary register and was released to await his Shelby, Huttieaburo Miss. 4 '
Ir. D. N. Rowe and family return. 20( John M. Groover Brooker, w 84 value to the public. A peculiar combination to repeat it. The weevils had call for military service. Eugene; Dryden Thrower, Starke. j
home Sunday after spending sev.I 67 Steve Ritch Nettles Route 1, of seasonal conditions how.- been so reduced that only 36< per cent U William D. Groves Lawtey. I,

days in Macclenny, guests of rel- Lake Butler ?__ __' _ _ .w "!3 ever, resulted In an almost complete of the squares were punctured and aN DON'T FORGET TilE BERRIES William I'hilllps, Theressa i
es. 83 James Harlie Crawford R.F.D. absence of weevil damage in all of though thousands of weevils were be. Wm. Brayn Strickland, Starke. y Ir. James Browning of Jackson- Lake Butler ------------W 86 the cotton in which tests had been ing bred out from the squares on the Stark farmers-should not fail to Wm. Abram Bessent, Jr., Starke.

e, visited his father Mr. D. B. 8 Orrin Reddish. R.F.D. Starke w 87 II planned. The experiments therefore ground or were coming in from other plant at least a small in straw. S
'wning here Sunday. 39 Morris Leon Lewis R.F.D. 2, could not be conducted under the desired plantations every day it was still obvious berries There seems to area be WILL EXAMINE NEW '
Starke ------------------w 88 conditions of heavy infestation. that the weevils greatly reduce abandon berry culture no but reasonto CLASS OF 1918. Itl

RESTED FOR MOONSHINING. 12 Elisha Jones, Lake Butler _.c 8!) Nevertheless the results confirmed their attack on the bolls until they think it advisable to not, too we :
U those of the preceding two years, but had caught up with the squares then heavily. Last spring when there plant All Available A--To B.. Given Phyc ,

>ave Batiste, colored who lives BOY SCOUTS ENTERTAINOn still left many gaps in the information present, and that this period would only a small crop the fruit brought was l Tests Immediately
ut two miles north of Starke was essential to outlining a general "Ulong enough' to allow the bolls to good prices. -
sated Saturday night by Sheriff Thursday evening the regular procedure for weevil poisoning. On become sufficiently hardened to avoid S Washington, July .-.State draft
reson, charged with illict distill- meeting night of the Boy Scouts, a one of the heavily-infested areas again weevil damage. Owing to the necessity BLAKE NOT DESIGNINGII. executives were directed by Provost
. A search of the premises reveal- stag supper was given at the home of was made of 50 per cent in the for poisoning considerable! areas Marshal General Crowdar today to
a still made from a gasoline preie Scout Master T. II. Ilalligan, by the sprayed cotton over that grown on the In this case and to the Inability to Blake, formerly of London England have local boards call up for physical
tank thirty gallons of beer made members of three of the patrols to the unsprayed area.I'ronounced. leave unpoisoned plats as checks it was who recently located in Jacksonville examination immediately all new registrants .
m corn and tomatoes, and orange members of the fourth patrol, who Results ObtainedA of course, impossible to determine the is not engaged in designing; under the selective draft law
C- were the winners in a three months number of experiments were con exact benefit derived from the treat for one of*the lonul shipbuilding who have been placed in class one.
iatiste was brought before Judge contest ;tot honors. ducted also in the North Delta in Chi- ment. Rough comparisons, however plants, as was stated yesterday. Mr. District and local boards and medi.
diner Monday, plead guilty and Watermelon, Ice cream and cakes cot county, near Lake Village Ark based on yields of surrouding cuts, Blake is an illustrator and cartoonist cal advisory bodies will be Instructedto J.
I fined $100 and costs or eight were served. Lively out-door games and in Washington county, near Scott made it obvious that a considerable and his work with the shipbuilding speed their work so .. to have the .'
nths on the county road He was were played and enjoyed until time :Miss. At both of these points a heavier people consists of sign making.- new class of men called to the colors \
en five days to raise the fine. for the meeting to be called to order. infestation due to different seaf . (Continued on page five) (Tuesday's Times-Union. in August. |

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ing the offensive last fall!, they crossed + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + liliusne! and Stomach Trouble. I Constipation and Indigl.ti,... ---
: the new channel 1 of the river and pushed 1 + LEGAL NOTICES + I

1111 ahead for some distance westward + + A + + + + + + + + + + + + + + "Two years ago/ I suffered from frequent "I have used Chamberlain' 'I .
l Summary of the WarFRIDAY ] I toward the old river bed. In the lesser attacks of stomach trouble and and must say they are the be.- i :
I II offensive last month they made further llMSTHATOR'S NOTICE I biliousness," writes Miss Emma Vcr- ever used for constipation und 'j.\\\\

progress there and crossed the old bryke,, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat very tion. My wife also used then, t a"
Nuticc IA hr-rcby friven to all creditor, distribuUuf -
course, but were forced back by the li-tfntcfB and ul) other persona bavin little food that agreed with me and I digestion and they did her i ,?;i");
'u week ago.Stockholm! Italians. Since the collapse of the clnitna or di-mnndii against the entatv ofJ. became so dizzy und sick at my stomach writes Eugene S. Knight Wi., .v.

Australians Celebrate Fourth of July reports that Finland Austrian drive, the Italians have been to. D.the J'adiftt.undvniifini-d dt-c Administrator to prrietit the of lame his at times that I had to take hold ton, N. C., Chamberlain's Talj' ,re

fly :Springing !Surprise: Attack.! to declare war on the en. steadily forging ahead in this region aid vatat within two yean from the date of something to keep from falling. mild and.l gentle in their acti' "?"e
''tente allies. This probably is the result h."",>f. othirwu the same will be barred. them trial. You
1'' attack on the and it now is admitted by Vienna that Seeing/ Chamberlain's Tablets advertised a are certain ; lo e!
Uy a great surprise Uuted and signed thus 15th day of May A.
German lines planned! specially as a of German pressure incident to all the Austrian positions to the west D. 1a18 I decided to try them. I improved pleased with the agreeable l.i\at\i.
1' celebration of, American Independencelay the landing of the allied forces at Kola of the river have been abandoned. SIDNEY D. PADGETT.A. rapidly." Obtainable every- effect which they produce ''il-.ur.,, :
on the :Murman coast. It has been This restores to the Italians the west admlnintrator of the estate ul J V. I'ad- where.-Adv. able everywhere.-Adv.
Australian troops have, wrested grit ".-.,.... .
from the Germans the village of Jlurncl \ reported that German and Finnish bank of the Piave from northwest of A. V. Lung attorney C-17-Ot
of Amiens occupied V'airc troops! are pushing northward toward the Montello plateau to the sea and
4 east the port of Kola to seize vast stores writes the final chapter in the
and Hamel woods south of the village story MASTER'S SALE the Charm ThatSummer's
transported there before Russia collapsed Showing
and captured more than 1,500 ,' of the Austrian drive in that sectorof
The. Australians advanced as a factor in the war. the Italian front. Nutlet1 In hfnby siren that under and by
j'' prisoners. Two rumors of internal dissension Virtue of a unit TVerr* of Foreclosure made
+? under cover of u smoke barrage und have 'become current. One IB to the In the mountains the Italians have and rendered July Int. A. D. IflS, by the Made Of!
'. were led| by tanks in the breaking of held all the /ground they have won in Judge of the CI Ira: l Court of the Nth Judicial
effect that the death of Mohammed V, Circuit, of In and for Hradford County
tN e the enemy's line over u front of more sultan of Turkey, was not due to not.urnl recent fighting/ east and weat of the in Chancery Sating, In favor of AMERICAN -
than four miles. The attack penetrated Urctna river. AUKiri'I.TURAI CHEMICAL COM1'ANV. -
i causes but the result of a revolt A C'ORI-OItvrtON, Complainant. andnaamet
+,1 a mile and a half into the German ; in that country. The other comes There seems to be some indicationthat K. BAKTI.ETT AND HIS WIFE Frocks For Sunny Afternoonsground

i} 't positions. from South Africa- where it is reported fighting of a serious charactermay MARCY C. HARTLETT. D f ndan\a. the unili'nutrned -
announced will offer for sale before. the Court
Fob The British war office has considerable unrest exists and be impending on the Macedonian U..P)001'', at Hlarke. Florida, between the r New York, July 10.-Country Club made over white -iK,. the
that American troops participated in strong measures are being taken to front especially on the western end of leifnl hours of Hale ..Monday: August 6th time is here and also the time for draped tunic in one piece, softly |,Init.:

(lei the attack. This is thin the first of time the they but cope with the situation. the line, where it passes through Albania the I'MM.'' ftillowlnic to the hitrheftt dencribed and bent Iambi.bidder altuated.for I Country Club clothes, both of the ed at the waistline. As all sk'irt-. .in-
6 have appeared part Premier Kothu of the Union of to the Adriatic. Vienna reports Hnidford County Florida to-wlt: The East sport and dress variety. From every narrow this year this i.s no e\n II'.H.D' ,
t tie area. ;j South Africa says the trouble may be a heavy attack there by French and Halt ''<('4> of the Nonhwrat, Quarter I14i I I of side come reports of the popularity for it measures but one and ..,to, -f:
< the "
The French also have struck savagely : ""arwr Mil of Section Thir 1
td y attributed which Italian troops. of the sleeveless coat, sometimes yards at the lower edge The, '
lines this time to enemy agencies, ty-lwo l.S2> Township Seven (17 South Range sports ?I I.(3ill'
ly against the German arc said to be working among/ the Russia has again come to the front Tuenty-Two, t.Yi i Kant, containing Twenty worn with a matching skirt und are made of white chiffon fur ;" .-*.
cutting through the enemy ranks nearIv tju" acne more or tae together with all and
p tho town of Autrechos: south of :Ololl- natives. The premier has appealed, with the assassination at Moscow of singular the tenement, hereditament' and sometimes with u skirt of white or Lace dresses are consider* ..1 1 \i rv'
ti, where Tuesday : to the people to guard, against: intrigueand Count von Mirbach, the German ambassador appearance' thereunto belonirinir or in any some contrasting color. Even as riding smart, also. Sometimes the 'Ii.! |,
lin-Soun-Touvent, on ,, ,.
local andcMpturl'1I to assist in curbing those who to Russia. It is generally apiwrtuininir. J. C. POPPELL habits, these coats have taken the chantilly lace either drain ,] i the
night they won, a Here the Germans are sowing discord. I expected that this event will result in "1'.0101I.I..r.. place of sweaters of wool or silk. hips, or simply gathered at tI"I."
prisoners I The CZI'(Slovak troops operatingin i the dispatch of German troops to the JOHN w. DULL Baronette satin is used for many of The underdress is: usually >01 i ,'h t/.
In both lost lWt operations())!<> prisoners.the allies huveimproved eastern Siberia are reported to I ancient Muscovite capital and opin- Complainant' Solicitor 7. ..6t.No the s'parate.skirts, and with these golden yellow or some 01 h. >. !l.i.rlyof

their positions l"y gaining | have won a victory over the lIol"he-1 ion in Europe reflects the belief that 240 fascinating skirts arc worn thin light ,,0101'living almost a fi I t I" ,ke

rather high ground' which can lie'readily viki forces which have been holding/ I the assassination may lead l to an anti- Report of the Condition of waists of jcorgettcc; crepe, silk crepeor appearance to the delicate Ian n-n;
defended if the Germans | Irkutsk. Reports from London say Gorman outbreak in Russia. So far TDK HAMPTON STATE DANK.In voile. Afternoon dresses of the the sleeves are quite long an,! J i.ith., 1 offensive. there has been no official indicationof the Suite of Florida at the clone of business '- more formal variety are made of tight, and the neck may \be ">f ,i''I" ,,,,1-
launch their
expected -
; Berlin's views on the situation. June 29. 1818. larless variety. Sashccs or nil']/ ,
At the same time that the British, rQ :;;::,;;-
French Americans attacking I trian prisoners of wnr, has been driven The people of the Murman const, Rrflourre a harmonizing shade arc i I.. h<-ii
and were
w. the enemy, the Italians continued to. out of the region of Irkutsk und bordering the White sea and the Arctic Loons Leans. on on Real Collateral' Estate Security_nnnn other__123518.87 :.--p;;:l.- about the waist, ending either i Ii !bag' :

'I advance in the urea near the mouth into the country east of Lake liiakal.SUNOAV ocean, have turned against Russia, than Real Estate: ___ ___'__n__ 34X3.10 r fringed ends or a huge Japan "" it.

of the I'iave. Scattered mlu'hinelun : it is reported. from Copenhagen. It i is All other Loan.___u_and__ __Dmcounta n., __ n___u___ 10BKJ"'(3.811 AllOv.rlrKfln C' About Color Schemes:
emplacements have been cleaned out said that supplies from the United Itankmtr 110"... Furniture and Fixtures There has, been a good deal / t.ll lk
Austrian Resistance Broken States _.___...._ __ __ \ <
Italian :Near have been distributed! n.nn 00 42H. 1I lS lSi
while light: boats. from the River amongthe / Other Real .:'1..,. ________ -_____ 1.13S.IO \ war on women's clothes :an I ", "ah
navy have entered the lagoons on the :Mouth and Forced to Retire people there. American, French line from Incorporated thinks __.-.- ""' 87.IIS I y ..,.; about the psyschological elflt ,She ,

left flank of the Austrian armies arid The Italians have succeeded in clear and British marines are known to be Cash on hand) __Uh___ ___n_ 1U37.0I .. i, I IIr discussion as to the right allol'! onJ( I

given valuable assistance to the land j patrolling certain sections along the Total -(51,308.08- \ of new clothes at all. From UT, A !.n I
forces. The Italians have also won [con-siderable :Murman coast. \ ""'..
MabillUe t -- we are getting numerous pen" '' (Kit,,
ground in the San Lorenzo valley cast emy had been clinging to near the Capital Stock I'ald In _.__________115000.00) \j/V'r "" the men woh have returned :,, nne,
of the lirctnu river.Announcement mouth of the Have between the new TUESDAY Surplun Fund ______n__ _.___-____ 2HO.OOUndivided :''I'1 front "on leave" notice thi : !h'.i-,

is made that Mohammed and old hod of the river. French Continue ToIake: Gains: rood Expemiea________.andTaxes ___ 42(1.87( ,'l/ 'I'' ,' ';" 'I"" r the women are wearing. If 1 th.- ''e<
V, sultan of Turkey, died on In hard fighting the Austrian resistance Against the Hun. Individual. I 1 IepoiU Subject to ( Vft-k 191X3.81) 1.1"I \ the case, the same thing h"M' i 'r''.,

f t Wednesday night The heir to the was broken in the area close to Continuing their aggressive/ defense Time Certificate* Check., Outntandinif of llepiwit___._____. IBJitlMlHCatdtlvr' 206.67' I l.' .11'i I : in the case of the men who ,,ii\, I, throne is Yusscff l Izzcduno, cousin of I the Adriatic, Gen.; Ilia?'!! troops driving 1 in the face of the impending German n ':' { "over there" Surely das 1 imr' i d! .ty
\; d"Cl'"S.1oultan and of the the invaders onI tiy out of the Total 114 308,08 jl!
the u son c offensive along the western battle as. t1I'j well in our privilege to ,ui < i-
Slate of Florida. of
County Bradford' ;i
contested I district and ,
Abdul Aziz. the
late Sultan across new front, the French have once more attacked 1 I. A. A. Fetch Cannier of the above-named ) I .J well us we can
Fighting between the fiorman-RO- bed of the river from Grisolera to the the enemy southwest of Sols- Hank, do Bolemnty swear thnt the nlHivcHtatement \, i i

viet forces and the peasantry is reported lI'a. a distance of approximately five sons. Launching their blow to the unit belief. 1 I. true to the A. A.\bent KUTC1I of my, Cannier.knowledge '(yt y "I J
from Yekaterinburg, tho city miles. Four hundred of the enemy eastern side of the Hetz forest, northof .Currcct--Allot : J/ f/
eastern Russia where the main line were taken prisoner in this fighting. J-orn font, the French have advance A. A nt'RDEN.' t.' / 1 1fr i 9. %. Ily P
of the trans-Siberian railroad, is joined I Vienna admits a loss of ground here, ;! over a front of approximately J W V(j JONES SEALS: ..b'r

s by the branches of the road run- conceding that the Austrian advanced two miles, taking Chavigny farm and I Subrictib.d nnd f\nnn, to before me thin! '
t Ding to North and South Russia. It I I 1 forces were driven back on their main the slopes to the north and south of Hi> day ..r July nil-! \ 1 1I

l was, reported. recently that the Czechoslovak body.In 1 it. Several hundred, prisoners won U. W MOORE. I

1 troops were in control at Yekaterinburg I the northern part of this low lying captured by the French. I Notiiry 1'ublicWomen 4 \ > McdLt Y4J'
and it is said that an armyof sector northeast of
I Cape Sile, This assault may be linked closelywith I
:00,01)0) well armed hnb.n ,
peasants j I' where th.ubtrians, although driven the recent offensive operation at | r
formed there.German I buck, still west of the
are new stream, St. Pierre Aigle andiv.s the Frencha
; attempts to drive American they rallied their forces and i
I counterattacked new front line from Long I'ont northas I I Y
I forces from their positions at Vaux in the of .af
j regainingsome / far as the southern limits of Am- J
I '. webt of Chateau Thierry, seem to have of their Iof eight
I failed utterly There has. been no :1 Jliiiy.'N troops stood their ground, however miles. ( (crepe chilfon, orlatin.. I Ir
f .. further reports! of desperate (ierrminrtforts and rt'pulsi-d: the enemy thrusts Australian |' Here la a message to With these costumes, the cape's the tf ''I I
to regain the line from which with loss. troops holding positionastrido -
thing,, made of satin or heavy silk,
)I women, from
the Somme river '
east of Amiens
I they were unceremoniously I ousted l by Except; on the Italian front the closing [ Mrs. W. T. 1'rlco, of ai d u hat with sheer brim, porhiips,
Americans Tuesday night. days of the! week witnessed little I, the and north of Hamcl have swept, ' Public Ky.: "I suffered .11 I lieurgfttc crepe or chiffon. Then I,. t

Along the American sectors of the I fighting of Sin intensive nature any- .' JermariH; back over a front, ".I' with painful. ,", inc." organdie+ dresses and their nconipaiiying "I 'tI
t'fll battle line in France the .day was ob-\ where For' the moment the allied more than u mile and straightom 'I slie writes.! "I got down, organdie: hats ure very : I)
srrvcd by the boys in khaki, who were plan of local thrusts in the Franco- out an awkwnrd angle held by th with a weakness In my much thl''u'ue for afternoon
called upon to perform only work that Belgian: area, calculated to upset such Germans; since the Australians and 1 1>ack and limbs. .[ Sonic of these dainty frocks wl'ar'l I f .
Americans curried their lines fOI'ward'I felt helpless and dIs-
was absolutely necessary. The (;el"- dispositions for a new attack US the in couraged. "I had about nntitrhing!' in the waist and skirt li"'l 1
i"l mans, who had !been expected' to seize Germans: might be their spirited attack July I. \
making on any of I 'I given; tip hopes of ever forming intricate design the only I.
upon the.Follrth of July as> a dramatic the numerous fronts involved, showed Bolin mentions local attacks in the being well again, when trimming doomed necessary. Hulfles ,
setting/ for an attack against somepart no fresh .developments. Only theartillery Clignon sector which is held by Americans I' a friend Insisted I however arc ever dear to the heartof I 'I
toii of the line, did not interrupt the and the aviators and raiding l- and between the :Marnc and the summer girl and are in nowise "

:1 j celebrations along the front.H.1TIW. parties were busy. Kheims. TakeCARDUI neglected this year. One finds themon

: There are nothing but, compliments Italian forces operating on the extreme every, type of dress! from the almosttailored fffl"
S .\y for the Americans upon the occasionof loft wing of the allied,I line in morning frock to the
German; Counter-Attack>* Repulsed by their first. appearance, in an attack Albania, have struck hard at Austrian I j filmiest of uvening dresses. Petti-

1\ .\u..traliall"idt'" by American side by side" with British troops. To positions along the Voyusu ( Vojutzaz) I coats i for we are once more indulging rldd Hip Drapery on Printed Voile
The British! front east of Amiens, tho Australians wIll formed the river which flows into the Adriatic those luxuries) are much lnTuf-, Dress
on each side of the Avro und along major portion of the force which carried about, twenty miles north of the town I I fled. Indeed all that is possible has
the Somme river seems to be the out the brilliant Fourth of July Avelona, one of the most important I Iplaces I been done to insure u delightful stage Colors play nn important i 1"
storm center of the battle front in :j attack on the Amiens front, northeastj in southern Albania. Vienna ; The Woman's Tonic setting for summer, ]!))18. many of the hospitals: who' 'nl-
France. Here the Australians, asnihteil j Villcrs-Ilrettoneux is conceded! the admits that the Austrian "advance I Fur Sunny Afternoons ed solidurs, ure being nurwui .1 K tf

: by American detachments, surged | glory The hitherto untried American posts, have been withdrawn to their t began Only the thinnest things appeal to health, the colors of their"d' -
Cardul. In
:I forward on July 4 and drove the j j troops, however, arc coming in for main positions" 1'hi* report from I a short while I saw a one us the mecury mounts, and, after ings are considered as mu, I Ii, )8tas '
;i Germans; out of the village/ of Hamel i the highest: praise for the not unim- Atutrian headquarters, probably re- marked difference. nlit\ is the thin materials: that seem' their medicine or other "tn "
+ and. the. Vairc and Hamel woods to portant part they took in the fighting fers to the action mentioned in the I grew stronger right to suit best> ones! moods.! There are Colors that we are wearing u t1 'r'mer

1 the south, at the same time launching/ j' through which the village of Hamelnnd French official: statement on Sunday along! and it cured me. se many pretty new designs in the ure gay, und femim- ..' '
I r a secondary attack on the German important sections of the high i iground night. It was said, by the war ofTlce I am stonter than I thin materials." Printed chiffons, right that they should !hi' \\'
.t positions north of tho ol11me. ine..1 in the vicinity wl'relained at \Paris that French nn.lltlllian forces have been In years." voilenn,1 marquisettes that delight over here," must do all in I '
: that time the lines before Amiens and retained\ | had! seized heights> in western Albania I It you suffer, :you can one by their daintiness.. Tho big to keep things bright; and <.I!,
Details .of the and had hold them against j appreciate what It
have been' very active Americans' behavior counterattack Where figures Count
to be
means! strong and favorites
The Germans: have been repulsedin :"dicatP that in fighting spirit and effectiveness *. Although the movement well. Thousands of wo- : I Another design develop* r d!

an attemtp to retake the village of in pushing back the ( not fully dovolopod may be that a men give Cardul the some dark color, a d..dole.1.Cre..n./ Llue, voile ill illustrated hero ';
w Mantel and the wooded' positions of I they were not. excelled even 'I1I.m'j serious olfcnsivo operation has been credit for their rood: rose or violet on a white or cream II'd drappery is n decided sty1-"
the Australians further south. The traditionally gallant: "l'nllon..h..tI'rans initiated there" Italian naval vessels health. It should help ground.! The dress illustrated here collar and straps are ,

British ollicial report says that the I in whose company they received their I would be able' to cooperate with the you. Try Cardul. At all was uf printed chilfon, /giving the effect | and i i. ia the straps that '
enemy was stopped easily, but the baptism of tire. Their losses are reJlol.te,1 land, forces find if the line i i.s pushed drugglsU. E-73 ut u little distance of gray for | drapery in place. This >II it- '
Germans: claim to have checked the to have been extremely light. back a very /great distance, u relocation the figures were black on a white dress of distinction.
r British forces east of Harriet and to of the enemy liars running over I

. have thrown them back, to their original .MONDAY the mountains> into Macedonia ,: -

.- lines at VillirsIirctonneux.With . Australian+ Troop :still; Stressful in be necessary. The fighting north of -- -I t

the exi'i'fption. of aerial combats Prhes' Against German(; Avlonn has been going on for at leastthroe ('hnnihrrlaiii'rt C'holie. Cholera and

a ( I the American front has been While there have been encounters of I days, which indicate.that it'' l Diarrhoea !Remedy.T .

'.. calm. I more or less local importace{ : along the may 1 bo, more than n mere local action. i cr-

. The German; official I statement tells buttle line in France, there has been I Kvonts; are moving with rapidity in ;\ i r\ family without exception

.' @ of British attacks in the Ypres region -, little activity of significance in its Russia since the assassination of should l keep this preparation at hand o f 4 tl/ \t

;' adding that these iixsnulU were !'.'nringon the general tense situation Count :Mirbach the German ambassador during. the hot weather of the. summer ,
e 'I. repulsed. Heavy artillery tire in this from the Xorth sea to :Suiterlundulln : II at :Moscow, come from. varioussources [ months. Chamberlain'-* ("I" Cholera -

W. neighborhood/ i is reported from Lon I the British front east of Amiens. ,,' but other dispatches say that and Diarrhoea Remedy in worth
''ton.I Australian detachments, with which the uprising has boon' crushed and setA many times its cost when ;needed and 11 Cost
I .i In the meantime tho French have American troops: are brigaded!, have I| 'nil) hundred of the revolutionists: are U almost certain to be needed before Just 20 Ceiit3 Mor$
1 been hold unit consolidate pushed further under arrest. the summer U over. It has '
content to east from the little vil- no uperlor T i ProJucfc
j <> (he *
their :Moulin-Sous-! l.ige for the! purpose for which i BIJ Qnt than it did the RurtK
new positions near of Hamel, south of the Somme Germany seems on the 1'o( relegating it IM in-
1 Toutvent and .Autreches northwest of river. The Australians carried their the Brest-Litovsk peace treaty tended. Buy it now. Obtainable ev-I
, 'JJ, Soissons! whenin, two recent French line forward over a front of almost to the "scrap of paper"\ category, for sry where.-Adv. THE BIG ONE WAS FED

jjt! attacks the Germans, suffered severe four miles at that point lust Thursday.! there are indications that German
Iji, casualties and many prisoners. The In their last assault they have surged troops may be sent Moscow: in the I'KKVKXT: ;: HOCJ) : (iii *t.ER.t FARMS HOGTONETh.

''r \ French war office says that during the ;'uhi'ad' lit the center of the now front near future. There are largo! Teutonic - LiaJ Hog C ndden.,, Fall.,., and Warm RtmoMl
,, past day there has loin 'heavy artillery 'which,j' they created last week The forces within 300 miles Moscow: The H. A. Thomas ling, Powder hns
firing in the neighborhoods: of :''operation'I was successful, in that ob an I l is rl'pOl'tl'cthat\ they are being n r,>,'or<1 of l 05 per cent cures of Hog RUNT WASN'TTHEY

"n Cutry and :Mont Cohort. which is: on |I jectivescn"- reached and the positions heavily reinforced. Dinpati hes say Cholera. If you feed, your hogs as both started 'life at the some time and weight. They were
,f the front southwest of SnU-ons where'I taken HIV h"1fI1IId,1: by the men Emperor, William has forbidden the directed, I. you need( never fear hog I flon the same feed under the same conditions with one excep-'
; tho French won /ground by a dashing j I II from the imtipmlc.. I Gorman; foreign office to satiate in choli-ni nor any other hour disuse. fWS-To''n&0d' ,his regular d.... of AVALON FARMS HOG-TO--
I n;i attack I.t"k.. I In the Flrnihcrtorg in the Oise 'any way with Russian em.-isaries., And the directions are very -imple. The met and "Ittt.uer-snd the root didn't.,

1 t Italian forces operating near" the Solsooiis nut Kiltinnictors" only pa-1 There is threat of u now offensivengaiiit duet about what you are doing! plusn ken onI bigone)hnngs t. the' 'kind thnt tope man inmate the worm that are the bOIl salt
mouth of the I'iave have continued trol f. w cents worth of D. .\. Th, of the b... PrutiUtothepocketa! er'egremest foe to proan. Splendid to;
to boon, reported. : Italy, this time ,dirlted, .l from '11II1S' raise g nl".r Th.I runt coit mire to regnant .o"helpalo produce h.allb
make in recent fighting and The American. !Lint!' Powder in the feed twice than he wll1.ver bnn" In the maricr' .turdl.r the wise:
progi N* and r'n-iifh, have been the Trentino front and cnrri. I aI 'ek. tote And t h. differ. .. pi" Come In
l' through
w 08 brought lell... nnd
I'( '. the number f herd- wi
taken than four hundred quite active aally though! ( ) nMm) by )n r> your
have mo-v near ( Thierry, by l.irgo: Austrian force I. I by German Iera"t.: I-u in FARMS' centi worth of AVALON will give you enough HOG-TONE '<
I'rtVrf HOiONE. '
prisoner as wall as n battery of cannon where the !ivrvh hat n ,ado Homo ndunco -h.ick, units sent to that sectorof we Know it. Then it ""''llIfl'S I puts new life into inKi-maKe IIO.TONE.thement treatallyour hogs co dnvs.Ithe You d" of
.. and! machine guni. '. in the ri.Mghl of hill -O I. th<- Italian line. Largo 'Iu<.lie. of ch4o attention to each hng-e.i. h hop It moreanil help grow tat Rt im amazing: rate. IIIVU8 the HOG-TONE a penny now.treatment fall reault to tati-
s. In tho mountain region the Italians "n the north side of wli h Americans[ troops are reported, concen must be I..d-nnd. if you will dose them to combat dlaeiue and ..1fy you,, it will COM you r'">'"il-

I'. have extended their lines northeast attacked and! captured I the village of j trating: preparatory to launching the thorn as directed, you will:! save Letter FOR SALE DY
\ 1 of :Monte Grappa and have repulsed Va'iv: last \\.t k. I blow u revenue the utter defeat of than 00 per cent If yeti' don't the

d.s p lrnh' counter-attacks, by Austrian troops havo been pushed t the Austrian attempt to enter the Venetiitn I B. A. Thomas medicine costa you nothing Starke
the Austrians against positions taken back across the Piave "river along the 1 plains. We-not some distant manu Hardware Company

from the enemy in the Italian drives L'iutr reaches of that stroamn. Ourh flll'tur"r-I'n your back. Sold \Io y R.
Continued( on page eight. ) S.", .-.VIv.

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top I by furnishing its complete quota freight charges will. go into Direct, orod: :during; 'u heavy gale Wednesday: I II cial i-1 'use, unless' t the application;;-for; an I
; : News of Florida; in Short Paragraphs. -I I'I for the tank service Lieut. Ool'rioitt 1 until this light was made by the commission I.afternoon off the Florida coast in the :amount nt'ugur in rxress of tventytVvo iy
i' 'r recruiting! ofllcer has been advised increases of t'ro\1l'i\ :!! to 700 vicinity of Crescent 14"ll<'h. William I pounds is signed/ by tho ''OUlltY'0'0",1 f '
* 0>> HPtii>S* *kllM*rY4IW rWYMl4.xrfN<'rSl'xl4tr1tl that Florida has completed its quota per i-ciii 1 would have boon \nude on"I' I l.utn, an oiler, and! William IVmtou \ Ailitmiistiator of the county in
I and nu additional men are wanted : rommodifies. negro cook were likewise lost when | which' the \pnnli.-i.--e" is to ho ..uade.I r,
Live State News from this state for the present. Florida ,I Tin 1re1 afro lo'loI'hlasltol' llti.nI the Florida went down Cupt.l. P. Noncommercial I preserving o 'can- tjl
is one of the first states to furnish'j will I meet in Lceshurg on July :20th.! Sharp, who was in command of the ring is construed to be that in fchich ,
'I Derr.Mwanr bnrunnuuaxaI?Mlt..r.rn, onr.naRwa* itH3WJ its required quota for this service. !j It is understood that the m"Itilll.will \Florida and nine members of Iriscrew I the articles so preserved, or canned fare
; Told by Our Exchanges. The Shaver Cunning! Co. has closed! I will be. for, the purpose of devisingmethod' succeeded in reiiching shore in I used for home consumption ami r
its operations in Plant City for the < of thoroughly co-operating" a lifeboat. not intended, for distribution through 4
-.- season, with n pack of 200.000<< cans, 'with other organizations! in the state Governor Putts in an op'nt'tt.'I'\ regular trade channels Where tho i
Accordinj to the state authortie-1 I Information I is to the effect that a little more than half that of last: in milking: / such representations to to the people of Nassau county urgesa canning or preserving I H for commercial 111 I t
losifrom hog diseases, ; ; ,in the state I there will be. the largest; sweet potato year" owing to the steady demand for Washington 1 ns may be necessary to special election immediately in an purposes certillcntis' must be obtained N o
"MI-'" the past year has been I less than crop planted. in the state thin beans'" and tomatoes for shipment. The 1 secure positive assurances", of proper effort. to place Nassau in the dry column through the augur department tit
i-r before.Uillsborough. in its history. Potatoes arc selling year j' machinery will be left intact for a fall facilities for the transportation of by reason of the nearness of this of \Food Administration! nl Orlando, 1
county has /given 2- I in some markets for as much as $1!li, run if the crops'" warrant it, otherwise Florida's perishables next season in "license county" to 1111\ul county, in Thu dealer will bo allowed to honor
for next spring.At their movement to the north. which Johnston an initial Application for
-i)0) men to the war in various capa- per bushel. I Camp is located Pry an amount ;
ities and has bought $1,000,000 worth Gov. ('att I an important meeting of the 1">. I I.. F. Blnlock of Miami has consented ing! 1 Duvnl county recently has not succeeded not execooding twenty-five pounds, q ;.,
acting the advice of
Liberty Bonds. the has on State Council of Defense, which was to give free dental services to in curbing the liquor triillic but subsequent purchased. can only bumade : t 1
Fellsmcre has factory for themanufacture tux comptroller reduced! the state held Friday in the Seminole Hotel in school children whoso parents are not to the satisfaction of the governor: by presentation of the regular 1
: of brooms from one mill bringing. it down to Jacksonville: extensive plans were haunt :ally able to have their teeth mill federal authorities and efforts are form of eortiticnte. bearing the signature t
saw pal- eight. He is
circulars the
sending to ,,
formulated to place Florida attended now being made to or stamp, of. the County Food
on n wartime tit Or. Illalock will give secure signatures
has stock of :
It capital $25- commissioners '
nettoes. a : of the different counties i
footing nnd to about for the calling of Administrator, who must be sutislled
,ono' and commenced operations re- advising them bring n Saturday morning! Mont eight until a special election'
to also reduce | complete coordination of all war activities twelve' o'clock! beginning Saturday, to dry Nassau county and remove the (that the sugar is intended for and will
ntly. manage i i :Many very important business July I >, lad each Saturday morning saloons in the northeastern. part of bn used for home canning or preserving. 17
Lowell, Marion county district 3D! The canning factory at Moore Hav-1: matters were discussed"' and stirring durinr: the months of July Augustand t the state All such applications when lionoreil -
oversubscribed' : its quota ii,000; in en is running! full time. Unused ripe sentiments of patriotic speakersj :S'ptomber. Klnnks to be, lllled\ --.. - must .be 'immediately'' mailed to f
,ihe W. S. S. drive find has the' honor tomatoes tae rapidly being turned inI I j many. out ally be obtained. upon application 1111111: CAVMNt: : : ; AMII'UF.SF.HVIM: the Federal. Food Administrator at .1 I ,!
i being the first in the state to go to pulp *o as to he used; when needed !; ti :\11- Cora M. !
I Through t t the I efforts of the FloridaR.ulroud lain or Mr. \I'dalock: : \ ; : {
: : Ii.;
.'r the top.Jacksonville. The proprietors :i ire i intending 1 proservo : : Commission a part of the 01' allhr"flint"u I . f the' iount> tiperiii-\ : l 1:1:U: \ \: niv HKACHAM.l'i'e.l : ) : i
Liberty loiiirin'' i-i planning I the juice from, JOO.ililtl) ) bushel 1'1'\, -," of order! No. :js have beennM'iiidod i t'Ml.I.\ Mltoi ;No; dealer in food I'ommoditio. , ,u1Ihr \ilniini' I ti-jitor, for Flurida.I'ilox .
for a big farmers' rally in Jack- of elder )boriiehuh i are now l.oinggathered .
I [ whereby Florida \ t
shippers, lohnV. S.ickett
.I---'I'lult enMnn I =State: of I Folrida ball| : -ell MM in
unville, Aug. 17th. It I n .'xpntt'dthat and! ought' in from .ill will Cured In 6 to 14 ,
xi\t upwards of two million dol- i 'in t'}1J1'ct' of llli> (I'mti'il =Si I Iteingn. 011\ ldn.ll, purchaser' 'more than twenty- Hay
eleven! county leaguewill par- liiarter- in t'rnght charges! annually. . .!J-Ill"i I "!f Florida vv.i. lo-t. lit I i pounds of --111: .ntor, homo .in nnilbllito! n-ntnil; : : nitinry: :;: if PA/11: OINTMKNT; ;; ;full.
to rnr hum. lillnil. nii'Wlin
in this! meeting. I I I nr rmlriitllnjl I'ae.
Again Floiidu
neipnto h.igune' the1 While ,
our the :J.; cent increase' of when tl.- .
per drIgo| ; bit 1 lornla: t tmind- tune' ; or preserving' 01 1 n..n.loinnier. liminiills: : K-lu-vi-a:' ta::-II hut I'lli-H 1 end you cue era t
n-Mlul ilivi| uriiT tinliitt uvtlluitinu.,: I'tlcttUkk t

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Are The Packers Profiteers?


Plain Facts About the Meat BusinessThe 'jiI' R

Federal Trade Commission in its recent report on war ordinary amount of working/ capital. The additional profit i'
profits, stated that the five large meat packers have been makes only a fair return on this, and as has been statl'd?thc
profiteering and that they have a monopoly of the market. larger portion of the profits earned has been used to finance 1'
huge stocks of goods and to provide additions and improvements S I
These conclusions, if fair and just, are matters of serious made necessary by the enormous demands ourarmy I ,
concern not only to those engaged/ in the meat packing busi- and navy and the Allies. .
ness but to every other citizen of our country. i

The figures given on profits arc misleading and the state-
ment that the packers have a monopoly is unsupported by If you are a business man you will appreciate the significance of
the facts. these facts. If you are unacquainted with business, talk this mutter

over with some business acquaintance-with your banker, say----
The packers mentioned in the report stand ready to prove and ask him to compare profits of the packing industry with those
their profits reasonable and necessary. of any other large industry at the present time.

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The meat business is one of the largest American industries. No evidence is offered by the Federal Trade Commission in sup
II Any citizen who would familiarize himself with its details port of the statement that the large packers have a monopoly.

must be prepared for large totals. The Commission's own report shows the large number and impor-i
tance of other packers.

The report states that the aggregate profits of four large
packers were $110,000,000 for the three war years. The packers mentioned 1 in the statement stand ready to prove to
any fair minded person that they are in keen competition with

This sum is compared with $19,000,000() as the average annual each other, and that they have no power to manipulate prices. 1

profit for the three years before the war, making appear f
that the war profit was $121,000,000 greater than the pre-war If this were not true they would not dare to make this positive I
profit. ,

This compares a three-year profit with a one-year profit--a Furthermore, government figures show that the five large packers
manifestly unfair method of comparison. It is not only misleading mentioned in the report account for only about one-third of the

but the Federal Trade Commission apparently has meat business of the country.

made a mistake in figures themselves.
They wish if it were possible to interest you in the details of their
business. Of how, for instance, they can sell dressed beef for less a

than the cost of the live animal, owing to utilization of byproducts
The aggregate three-year profit of $140,000,000 was earned and of the wonderful story of the methods of distributionon
sales of over four and a half billion dollars. It means throughout this broad land, as well as in other countries.
about three cents on each dollar of sales-or a mere fractionof ,

a cent per pound of product. The five packers mentioned feel justified in co-operating with each '

other to the extent of together presenting this public statement.
Packers' profits are a negligible factor in prices of live stock

and meats. No other large business is conducted upon such They have been able to do a big job for your government in its

small margins of profit. time of need; they have met all war time demands promptly and

completely and they are willing to trust their case to the fair-mind.
edness of the American people with the facts before them.

Furthermore-and this is very important-only a small por- Armour and Company
tion of this profit has been paid in dividends. The balancehas

been put back into the businesses. It had to he, as you Cudahy Packing Co.
realize when you consider the problems the packers have

had to solve-and solve (quickly-during these war years. Morris & CompanyTo 'j

conduct? this business! in wartimes, .with higher costs :and Swift & Company s<"
the necessity of paying two or three times the former prices 11,
for live stock, has required the use of two or three times the Wilson & Company
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I '1'h- t."g'raph"r'l) postponed tin..n.* hrwith his family! l.i-t wok; returning ;.ii':,1 Saturday in :Madiaon/ and! 1rt .i-t! .......++++++++++.......+++++++++

Bradford County Telegraph I -tnkiMundrt: > on riUi'| .st of the d"-! to Jacksonville! Wednesday af :Monday for New York. I

)l.artiiK-nt of labor. And while the diff ternoon. :Mr. D. J. Byrd, of Grham was in COMPARISON 'hi s s

)Publishedtckly i and entered as lie; i rences arc being adjusted the se- :Mr. Danny Floyd, who is now located our town last Saturday. J \Ve INVITE rmpnrnon.; '.
CM- ,-i r\ic-f> men will probablyinves- in Brunswick, Ga., spent the weekend Little :Mary Francis Cochran of '
and flan matter at the pottt-oflice ate i( I gent with the Herman here with hill family.Mr. Worthington, is spending a few days J: : as to price and! quality of our+

t Starke, Florida. I IK. I "ijim.who' fuses as the president uf I : F:. Z. Loatlholt spent Sunday I hrri the guest of little: :Mary Shaw i + i roirtline of :::

:' 'h.. L'ni'in. with his family returning to Jack I :Mr. J. A. Douglass, of Ala hum I i | GROCERIES
S. :MATHIEWS: Editor; and Owner. --. -- aon'illeIondny: morning. was in our town last Tuesday aft :i- i

J. C. ICOIII'SO"HOt': a Il' Editnr.lULY '1 .\ftir a ,suspension of a month the :Miss Mollie Thomas left last Wednesday ; :+: You need! henvmutt have :+:

I.ak I Butler Times made its re-ap- for Jacksonville where she i is i noon.Mrs.: Rouse, of New River was in I :*: them +

I IH',iiaiRf last wwk. Pierre d'A Pratt taking a course in automatic tele- our town shopping last :Monday After comparing our goods! andprice :$:
,ith" new editor of the Times. :Mr. Sovvell and children :s:
Ifrnhy. II.
Mr. and :Mrs.
with others when you +
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r [ { /Piatt is a member of a large family Miss :Margaot Loughrey( who i is of Cooter Pond, were In our town 1 :J+s: KNOW: ; whywehove no fears:; :;

f [io.u.mT eiwt [ r".. [ won [ ..u f iwi f1"..Jf nf ti'u.-paper men and will doubtless taking a teacher's course in Madison, tart SaturdayMr. .
r TIM. t the people of Lake Butler a paper came home ]lost Wednesday eveningto i : J. S. Forsythe, of Starke spent $ MIKE'S FRUIT STORE |

f 1-+[ 2 3 MS u ..rtir, of their support. spend the Fourth and weekend the week-end with his family here.
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with home-folks. :Mr. Jesse Ogden accompanied by
1 819101114r151617118 1213 'I I h< government asks the people to Mum May McKiney left last week I :Misses :Mae[ McKinney and Orrie

i* slab. ICscambia county growersu for Graham to accept a school. Bliss Graves of (Graham; passed through 210 POUND: PIGS

; 1920 the government to try its :1.-1{toney taught n very successful 1 our town last Thursday.

; ;i j"i- i riptum on the soldiers stationed term at Graham a year ago. I :Mr. C. :M. Andreu of Old Bradford, With corn above 50 cts. hogs eat
,-txr. 2627l ".,.I'Iy. thereby saving the growers :Messrs. W. M. Overstreet and Chas. was in our town last Saturday after their heads off very quickly. The hog Broken L...i\sca Dup'ILa"4.J'

:j 1122l23'24 25 t frrlli heavy losses as they cannot ship T. tiarrett were visitors in Macclennyon 'noon. I that takes two or three months to Sam Day" as R ei.vcd"

tin.product to the northern market the Fourth.J. I :Mr. Percy McLeod, of Dukes, was a I II get on full feed never brings you a \\f W $plcial'l1:8 Hail W" fORSYT OrdersWe T(Pay Past!*-,'

] 28,29,30,311 ''on recount of the rail congestion. W. Townsend and family returned' visitor here last Saturday.Mr. profit. .
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'i, ,_ .- _. from Orange Springs last Saturday I : II. S. Warren, of Clayno, was When you are ready to put your No >\' In -
:J t t One year ago June 26th the' fint after! a week or ten days stay her in our town last Monday morning. shoats on feed, begi,: with the D, A. ormi a Healthy. 1.1\ ,,
All Lhililnn truuhlul with
------ American division landed in France. they will return to the springs for the I :Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Osteen, of Thomas' Hog Medicine. Use regularly healthy lulur, which inillcati, ,w-r\** r ,

Ii"f' ? Hi.idf'iid runty will yet lead the Today there are one million "over remainder of the summer Pukes, is spending !sometime herp I and watch your shoats round out rut,. there Is more or less moon,;,, I I",,
state in stork raising. there." another million in the campsand :Mr. and :Mrs. F. F. Stump and little parents :Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Os- into flit hogs in nine monthshogsgoing (C.ROVE TASTELESS; chill'IONIC ,.,

J;: .; .-__ _. another half million will be calledto daughter Evylin, of Starke wer.'i-- ''t, well over 200 pounds and as prove for two the ur diili-ndon.three works and)will tti t OH t-nri n,(h.. "t

del ) Tampi it after government con- the colors in the next sixty nays ; itnru in Lake Butler Wednesday la-t. | en.The county convicts are stationed high as :240! pounds. Figure the average fDinit Tunic to Uu wlinliqysttin '> i i

6 tiacis fm liiiilding( concrete ships and Uncle Slim is keeping up his reputation :Mr. and :Mrs E. W Hayes, hud as' here" ,rebuilding roads and bridges. A1'dine! and you will see why throw agar dittpi-J]the witrms nod III.1 .

s sh- m-riilly" gets what she start of doing things on a big scale. their house truest for July Fourth and 1 i I MrE.1 I. Crosby, and two daugh- the B. A. Thomas medicine is a good lu PCT'CLC iuulth. I'lcusaat tu tuk,

.' aft'-r. ----. week-end! Mrs rluy"'n'- mother, :Mrs. tl".'-. Ruby nod :Mrs.. I. 1 I.. Kuhunks, investment 'fl';"- feeding out your
When 1new,"par'ri'l'f, lot .1. B.' Cushion of ..J'ksunvilll'11": I EVER SALIVATED [U'I)
reIS --- -- --- you a intun' .d t""w: River last Tuesda'n""I' ;. hro0'1 this plan rind if you i are not
,, nf free advcitiMng in order to boom Huyt's": ! { HI I i "',,'niiv", i is a much ..liii-ed woid 1 t'b more than plia-id.) \vo will n I CALOMEL? HORI ', I II
i ,- till l 'It iuUI l I lie u-i-d to -utiie (onurt or fhimh/ entertainment j j twn interesting; little daughters, If 'I' Mr.I..I, / :MyjHn an.I} rlau'htl'! : .- the cosi t f>f tli" medicine. ..J.V.. White

i' = lawmakers 1: dining whiili you interested" in. )Iti eep/ truck w.i' iinnah.-Ga., and ! \ :/ :. IId\l/It'IJt"1 of the number) of linen that are printed) H. Htiyi and, eon. of Gain! ,'*vii'', ,,fp'! '1. "I i h ". h .J'w )( clrmon"l I Acts t Like 1 Dynamite ."I i ," ', :,
-------+- ----- week by \vir-k ;ins multiply that nurrr' ins Mrs. Hattie Ifayes, of Hampt'/ d.n.:' I

p tll.tll.,1 I J | '"'--"nticti.:,. I ongworthuggcsts) : / }Leo I.y the irular advertising rates The pnrty spent the Fourth Mr.. ;ir'. ::111.1.1 :Mrs. A. A. Hazen rjish Liver and You I.
'" nr tin p'iptr. Coinpnre the results pleasantly! ut Worthington. Spril1 Keeps Hogs Well a Day's Work.
/ 'l.iKi,} Xotin' : us n title for the : s. ni'i 'i p''at last Sunday with Mr'. Hn-
i// ,'uiiij)/, !'iifjo> I ilu'ity, Loan authori- with' the u.I t 111111 mi,n.", value! of any Mrs. W. 11. Loo's mother1.. ". ,n', parentMr' : and :lh'". 1). W. Dr. Wilson's Ut-"i'y.. I lichlnois: There's
1 in' o>(I'ti bir.I .nor I that 1 you' can !u;< t from any other Pogue, after spending the winter h< i"' ''.Iii-y, of New River. I removes sad r'V1'ats'' corms ot reason UTIJ a\
bu>"n.'.is 'on"'I'I1. Then take into with her duaghteileft f All the U.l.a: w li-li uf..vt: hoBBJt should take sickening, -- ", ,01.;
:Mr ,m"I :Mr1'I Colson. of Pine Hill, .. es in fc.?..1 condition .,
I-''MIIJI' the I I'II Iutkn; News one would\ ion .idi'r"ition the fact that advertising tci'noon for her home in Thom>vi i:C:, ,,v ie ill oar: town shopping last Sat- I I"l' tones, luistoni ui\ %f.iuenln I .' 11'\\ ""V" omel when 50 cents buys a .. ?.
& /and circulation/ the only two hud. In II,,ull fumi all otnl.lM.aUon I of Dodaon Liver Tone-,1 ,
; are Aln. Mrs.
thlltlr; POle gained warmfnendrf
& g.ither the impression many < -I ii w jr.y, In... i r, i , ,,"i'v hug, attoniror 1 sul'Stituto fov calomel.
Wliitn<'\ i M the state food adminUttutor things that a newspaper has to soil while here who regret to see Mr.J.. D. Baxter and son. Elton. weak. gets Its slim.
and in these days of higher prices her leave mud she will It is n pleasant, vcget.. '.. ,i
and Mr. Buacham his sflteCbay < hope 'Ip.ndI1l1ny ..weie, visitors. to Starke last Tuesday.Sir. Satisfaction Guaranteed
P, how much do you think they ought toIte more winters in our little i'ity.Mrs. .' .: : Walter Baxter motored t" t-., i tur' .i 'ii'! ,---n which. will start your liver j',i-,* r;.
- ; away for nothing ?- Seeber) King and nephew Sec- Worthington last Sunday mmnin"'I I II Sill'O I Iy, .." il ",' !; ' :':..*. Iv as calomel), but it doesn t n ." j.

r When It is found necessary to shoot 'ounty _Record._ __ her Bocline left Thursday afternoon' I :Mr. and Mrs n. Lynn, IIf m.n,. or soI 1 I, .1 i '" : 'j\ > ',I", d i', ., "t -ii i<, k and can not salivate.

t 2,000 soldiers at one time to quell a a for Baltimore, Washington, Phil.ulel- ; (;tunesville, were in our town !la.t for \l "if1 i'.. I > -PH 1 i- 'take
revolt, UB wn done in the Austrian The newspapers are finding/ it necessary phia and different points in Colorado. Saturday I g.illi. free Dodson's Liver Tone, i Ie,' ,. I it

j army the situation might be called to "follow the crowd" in the :Mrs. King expects to be gone: the remainder :Mr. Walter Baxter whoh has In'on VlUnn ltew.d CD.,01111 Point, rl... J'i p< i'fectly hnrmlp's.iilomel .
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'I: serious.f matter of advancing! prices. The of the summer. very ill with fever is able to be up I < is a dangerous diii'i
-- Times-Union has raised its subscription Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Coleman left on and. out again I mercury and attacks your l ho'",.:

The French joined with the Americana rate to $!'J per year, and the Tampa Tuesday evening for Olustee to visit |I :Mr. Geo. Fowler of near here hai I II a dose of nasty calomel today a'i I yet

in celebrating the Fourth of July, [ Tribune announces that its rate Mr. Coleman's parents, and to New i| |purchased him a Ford car.Messrs. i will feel weak, sick, and nau
and now the Americans will celebrate will he advanced/ October 1st. Nearly Berry to visit. Mrs.I Coleman's parent I : Clyde Ward and T.ucino morrow. Don't lose a daj\ Itork.

with the French on their IndependenceDay all of the better class weeklies in Mr. Coleman 1t'lIvcosIontluy: to join' I''Huzen; were visitors. to Worthington' 0 Take a spoonful of Dod"on'* I User

Sunday. the state have been $l.iJU per year for the colors. We regret to lose this 1 |last Sundaylfternoon.. Tone instead nnd you will \\ IKC up

-----. some time and there is! now n strong interesting couple from our little city'I j :Mr. P. Byrd. of near (Graham was Look For oss.L55 fsssuros feeling gre..t. No more bi1i"u"'N< ,

At a meeting! of the democratic probability that they will find it necessary hut wish them success wherever they' ,in our town last Thursday. Thi L.bel l a wsu a ao scs eo.. constipation, sluggishness, hea 11 I'hc.,

executive committee of the scond to advance to $2.: Many of the may po. I IMiss | :Mr. N. n.) Johns of New River: was coated tongue or sour stomach Your<
congressional district held at Live weeklies throughout the North and : Thelma Schell, the accomplished i ,in our town last Thursday ----,- ---- -- druggist,: says if you don't til,1 I I'',,d-

Oak on July 2nd President Wilson Nest have already raised to $2 and daughter of Prof. and :Mrs. 1-.
was endorsed for n third term. in at !least one instance a publisher Sthell. and n graduate of Columbia ',business. at Graham Tuesday.Mr. rible calomel your money is wa.'tc
-- rise| his rate to $::1 1 per year. Newspapers College, left) Tuesday afternoon for A. B. Surency, of fine: Hill MEDAL FOR THIS for you. ( I I- .-Pi)

Secretary McAdoo gives this whole- cannot bu sold 1 at minimum Nashville, Tenn, where she will taken I -pent last Monday here with relatives

some advice to Kirls: "When your rates when everything else is sky- special course in music in Peabody! :Mr." and. :Mrs. G. W. Ha/.on and the Cincinnati Authority Tells Howto

lover kneels to propose, step behind high and the publisher s.vho undertakes school. latter' parents, :Mr. and :Mr.s.. :M. Lewis COFFINS CASKETSAnd !
him and look at hH. shoes. If they to maintain the old in this :Miss Inez Ma i'key, one of Lake But i of :Miami, spent last Tuesday in Dry Up Any Corn or Callus I a full line <.fUndertakers'

are half soled) take him.-Ft. Pierce time of high prices invites bankruptcy. ler's most. talented and accomplishedyoung Starke.Mr.s. So it Lifts Right Off.

News. --.---- ladies left Wednesday evening I : Murrell was on the sick list Supplies'

.---.--- Nonci: for Gainesville, where She will take a this week but is very much improved You and Automobile Hears

On the other hand we may suppose The Hi-M-ir-l't >n 'VjoKs; of the Townof special course in stenography In the at this writing need suffer coin-pestered no longer. men Wear the women shoes Always on hand. The h*-t -.*- I

that the reason that Itindenburf! did Starve will: In- open at the office University preparatory for Government I Little Pearl Guiney, who was seriously that nearly killed you before, says this", vice at the lowest prices !,hr"l. ;sl!

not take dinner in Paris ut tho time of Quigley: Lumber & Supply Co., to work. injured a few weeks ago, is up Cincinnati authority, because a few attention to telegraph ord'r',
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he announced win. because. he was ill August 10th 1M8 for the registration 'and, very much Improved. '
of fieeionc, n'
and) did not want anything to eat any- of electors. IIROOMU! : HEM: IBrooktor. I-: ; I Mrs. B. Nipper and baby spent last drops tt'mleaehin/.!' corn applied stops directly soreness on at Registered Embalmer
way.-:Miami Herald. C. A. FUTCrr. 'Vriday in Alachua.
and I once and soon the loosens it
July 10.-Everybody corn so
-- --- - - 7-12-Jt: :! Town Registration Officer. Or) A. .
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| Russell
and G. B. Colson
: I be lifted out all DeWITT C. JONES
I- his neighbor spent the Fourth at can root and without '
Liverpool Cotton Kxi-hanife has resolved ( Wireidtors to Lake Butler last Sunday Il
bit of 'II
Worthington pain
that no nii-mbcr. shall doiil witha CAKIHK THANKS: Springs. '! : !. a Starke, F'a.' : '
Little Ella Mac Hazen is ill atthis A quarter! of ounce of free/tone
Hun for ten years after the war.ParaphrnaiiiH Wi wish. to thank the kind friends very j i :Messrs. l.nuis Thomas and Roland im :' _,
writing with the fever.Riisvill costs very! little ut any drug store, but
the wards of Prostident who assisted the lust illness, Anderson
I' : us of Cooter Pond, were in our
I sufficient to talc
of Ala is off e'I'hard
Wilson why limit the boycott to ten and death of our little .son, Travis. Douglass hua. spentbast town last Satuiday. or For Indigestion, Constipation) or
week with relatives here. soft corn or callus. This should be
. "arllNYm.k lltrnld.Mrxny :'oiland :Mrs. I"'ankIon, : near i i.Mr :Miss Biliousness
un Lilly Crosby has
,I \ ____ _ ._ ._ ._ ... and family. : and :Mrs. G. H. Colson and sonI I position in the accepted a tried, as it is. inexpensive and is said Just try one :30-tcnt; bnttliof LAX.VOS
one leading schools
Ili"-sie..; I not to inflame irritate the
.. with
spent Sunday or surrounding .
/ : : merchants are violating then --- ---- in Madison county. WITH PEPSIN. A Li'JIIIII'\ "
l 1, \ in buying and welling potatoes LAKR ItL'ILEK lives in Pine Hill. I :Miss .(('nnieJaudl': Crosby has !been tissue or "ki n. Laxative pltnsant to takl'1 1 I
Elton Bixler from If wife wears high heels she
i .nd other products by, measure, when Camp Jackson vi.ry ill with tonsilitis., your mrnemktl, ID" tho public l''>' I' i "1 'l'
Coliimbm. c', n spending this week will I ( i-rtaiiily, be gl.ul I t to know of I tlm.Adv. '
the law xprcifU-ally nays such prod- Lake Dot)er, July 10.-Miss inn :Mi-i>rs. A. A. Hiuen 11. C. ('lemons ". i-iiu-Oi m inifiictiirrrs: tiff I >\ n I ,
acts ahull !hI' sold by weight only, and Alilrrman' \\fott Thursday afternoon! to here with his parents.A !and T. C. frozen were visitors to I dill) ) QUill.\. .1..,. ,. "i._ ,Lo. ." .'

9' places a heavy penalty! on the violat visit! her .sister. :Mrs.. E. n. 'VIIlhl.III' social was given nt the home of Alaihua last :Sunday: morning.
f :Mr., and :Mrs. /. T. Taylor last Friday
ors. Chattiihoi While away she! will right. Those who were present were | Mr. O. IJ. Hazr-n is spending. this + +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-Hii
- visit. in Tallahassee. i
) The best way ;,;convince; (;iermany Sirs L. A. Riiwls and I children left Misses: Eunice Hazen Lubedia Pin-I i) week:Mrs in II.Jacksonville.S. Warren timid son. Mjers, i .
: WnttKamie 1>
of the uselessness her sulmarine Thursday for Cliiplcy to visit :Mrs.. : ) 'iof, {fluno' were in our town shopping i :
:Maude! .
Elmer: and Laura Shaw, and' :
campaign U to keep up the record of Kawls' parents They will be away lllst Saturday morning.
shipbuilding1. During the twelvemonths some time. :Messrs.' Truhy Pinholster, Johnny I I Sunday School has been changed ::: i

I ending June ::D o, 22 vesselsof Crv.Jim! of : Watts Jesse Taylor, Frazier Shaw, from fJO: :
ii>: : 1)uboseformercly Lute ( o'colck to I o'colck at the
1IMO,7'J: ;)! (gross tuna were launched Butler but now of Vero Fin., preached and nice :Melvin time. Dyal They all report a Frre-Will Baptist churth. Everybody ii SIT DOWN AND THINK IT OVER i i

in the United States. I at the first Baptist church here I I is invited to attend.
The the home ;Mr.
stork visted of
------- last :
Sunday evening! Mrs :Martha Sap, of New River I
and :Mrs. I.. A. Brown last
" "The word 1'i.ive' has :Mr. and 1 :Mrs. W. L. Bassctt Sunday
been written spent I spent Saturday and Sunday here with
in 1.1"II
, hunts," an Italian olllcer is quotedn sonville.Mr. mother Dr. J.and C. child:Maincs! are, of doing Lake fine Butler I I : and :Mrs. W. S. Nail and children I and didn't come back. What did he save? I
n!* 8ii j'in jr. And Italy promises to : and :Mrs.. Friday who have been spent Sunday afternoon ut

I., complete the partial collnpse of the upending some time with :Mrs. Friday's was in last our: town on professional business ,, Worthington Springs.Mr. :t A German saved up enough to to Germany -
Austro-Ilmgarian government with r'an'nt.11': nail :Mrs H. P. Wilson, Monday : and, :Mrs. S. V. Andreu were money go
the assistance of her allies. left Tuesdaynoon for their home in in :Mr H. Andreu. of New River '"as visitors near New River last Sunday i bought a "schooner" instead and didn't go. t
lirooksville. our town last Thurslay.:!
afternoon.Miss What did
'I' -- -- --- ?
Mrs.: I. L. Kubanks save
and little daughter
Mr. I 0. W. Brown spent the weekend : :Mamie Keddi.-h i
A workman in an ordnance factory : ( spent the
Jewel of Lake
City, are
In I'l-nnsylviinm assembled 281: riflesin with his family here. week-end with her sister, :Mrs. W. An- An Italian bought the
clock with
spending, this week here with :Mrs.Eu'iank'a an eight-day
:Mr. II. :
Priester, dreau
ten hours, the former spent Sunday of New River.
record being : : parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. t;. I.. second hand
200 rifles 11the same number of with homefolks.Rev. Closby.Messrs.. :Miss :Maude Shaw spent last Sun : gone. It gained fifty-five minutes every t
; t hours. Ills I L. A. Rawls attended! the day with Miss Lubedia
only comment on tholuhievoment Pinholster hour. How long did it take
II. P. Gainey and L. :Morgan to let a whole Dago?
assembly in Lake : :Mrs. Conor
i was "I 1 guess the boys in City Monday. spent last Wednesday, in Jacksonville. of Raiford, who has
the trenches will :Miss Ada Register one of Lake been spending few here
need them. a days with These problems
M --.- --.- __.__ Htitler's. grd.iuatcH of 1 1l1! 1S, is spending Several of the young people' attended I her daughter :MrT.. C. Hazen returned are easily figured out, "com

r .' The least of the twelve modest. do- some time with her aunt in :Micnnopy anti l :Mrs the Anderson at the, home of of CooterPond. Mr. to her home last Saturday.Mr. pared to who sells the best Lumber and Build

mends/ ( ;, will ask America resting and recuperating before : L. T. ().tecn was a business visitor ing Material the
'rmuny last Saturday night. at Lowest Price"? allyou've
Great! Itritain and ...rlllu.... if t by some winter.starting.!' on her new work for the :Mr. H. C. Surrency pent last weekend at Worthington la Monday: guess

evil chance she wins this war, will ber w | h relatives in ..Alachua.Messrs. :Mr. and :Mrs. O..carnllrews, of got, but if you guess the name below, you'llhit
the. payment of .13 billion dollars. Prepare Montague, of Columbia College, : ,. Stark, spent part of last week visiting the
Crews and! Dubose of
the Camp target in the do
to was guest of Rev. I.. A. RawU n relatives here. square center. Then we'll
buy Liberty Homl
n in October Johnston, were in our town last
I -they will interest. hours Sunday. :Mr Tom Shaw and family arc mov- the rest.
pay you Thursday .
:Mrs' G.V.. S. Ware, of Worthington morning.Mrs. ing to. West Florida. We wish for
.-- spent several, days with her : Lewis demons and little son them much success at their new home Sit Down And Think It Over.QUIOLEY
America' flying men ate the equal Earl, spent last. week with relativesin
daughter llrs. W. M.: Overstrert.Prof. :Mr .Abbott and children
of any nation. During the short time S. A. Draper, who ii now lo- Lake Butler. part of Ia,,t week visiting relatives spent :I w.1
they have been on the Italian f." , ialed in Jacksonville, spent Sunday :Miss Inez Abernathy has been veryill at Pine Hill.

have of won the admiration of every ' here with his family. .for the past few days with tonsilitis. Mrs p. Colson, of Pine Hill, spent :I LUMBER & SUPPLY
sunny Italy their dar- :\IillIrCIII."t. : I.oughrey I'ftllIn: last Saturday here, the of
guest :.Mrs
ing Teats in the and the :Mrs. Emma Brown, of Lake is*
air golden day afternoon for :Madison. where she City, L W Pinholster.. :
flying! merle of the American aviators will spending this week h..reth relativesMr. t
resume her normal studies. :Mr Arthur Brooks, of "FOR IMPROVEMENTS."
,.,' I 1/1 a welcome sight to those hardy Mr: Carl .\Alderman who now hails : Summer .Andreu of Jacksonville Springs, was a plei visitor Tarpon here i
warriors. from was in our town last Saturday
Jccksonville, spent Sunday with last week. He at ono time vvn- the .
; Koneknmft, us president, of the tolejrrn'ihers home:Mr. folks Tom, .rh.mUiin another Lake : and Mrs. L. :Morgan\ and chI!- while principal here of made the Brooker school and ..
, r union of .\nh'ri.'a. called Butler Inn' \. i,,, is i, for the present located drm, and :Mr and :Mrs. I.. Johns spent' wrglad, to meet him.many friends who .
\, them to .strike :Monday The striker in .I Ii -1) Sunday afternoon at Worthington.Mr I' E t
n Ksoimiu., the Fourth 1'r I.. Lamb +++++++
pent L. and family, of Waldo. +++++++++++++++ +
+ ++ 1
did not materialize but if an American with hon1l'-fulk.. : and :Mrj. 0,111h..nnthy, andmin. I ++++++++++++++++4++++
former residents
called .strike of Eugene of ruhnni! passed'' of this place pasSed -
i a the telegrapher Mrs Joel " of Jacksonville, +, ( through here last
1 in iei-many; / he would face a tiringquiil spent the weekend through our town last Th irsday en Thursdav en -
with her cousin, lout* to Worthmtrton.Mrs. .
before n"other sunrise. I If I Hnclo Mrl.! P. M. .I'ndifftt.Mr. iimtito Woithmgton.Mr ESTABLISHED 1886

t Sam methods would use the some Germans of the (terrmin Sheltcn Hall split a few daysIrove's'1'astelcss : (iirady;, ,I Kelley spent List\ Friday the home' C.of Tyler her parents i n still, :Mr.very and sick I J. R. DAVIS & CO.
on in this
, country who are trying to hinder him ( I Tim CJlclna! Tint noes tia.tat. the HeiaUremia Malphurs. INSURANCE
chill Tonicrestores : :\11'. and :Mrs. D. Vf. Kelley and
in the successful! carrying out of his ( tis t torte. and )assure< I. LAX- Fire, TorDatlo, ccld nt. AutniniiMlBliability.! Bond
war plans it would have vitality sad enemy by p.irl/ylnd. sad enrli TIV li BK i\IO Ql"1N1NU19 fellerthim or-lionr children; wl're'bitor.. at the home of Pljtaiilasi. Steam 8 oiler. Burglar.
a wonderful filet the blwnl You .. v/iitntne a:ul dace not cittiaa. nerioiian. nornduini. :Mr.
rua xji.n feel l lu Strength* and :Mrs A. A. Hazen on last STARKE FLORIDA
ttrect. ,
role(. vliluruilua EIleel. fa tiead. Keraemherihe full ti tn. sal
:,. GW.t luel Jj r Ui s .i.8.iut. 01;. W. bA,71i. Was. I'hMrsdny. -

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1 1.\\\'"rEY Sundav lie will 1,,' .i'< ,.," I o.iv, b.uidleil pioperl, It air? ,I'i|" ?d,

lie ia i : vMiiuli, \ fur h,- ape: .,,,,1 i con. that it will lie posMble: 1 to dilute tbi' -i \WORTH THOUSANDS -
with some theapir" ,'.i.
I.iwti\, July 10.-:Miss BI'S"ll'1.: .'- i I h'11lplnh'lth'n"lI1 the lomiiiunioi con-iderabl

'I i '"I''k', uf (i.imesvilli', spent soveril :l er\ice at ('::1':1'i.: : F.. churc'u, on Sun. I, rier, such n- lime, though t this ha- not

Bits of LOCaItd1J'Information il.i\- last week in Lawtey= at the day morn,i n L". His ninny friends am I been definitely determined.m The.rline, expertinents i OF DOLLARS

hen. '., of her uncle! and aunt Mr. nnd ,I''admirers aie' extending to Ilw1f'I'' hu"I1OWI1 that a vi
their sinccre-t con powder is taken up more readily \by= i
:Mi-, .1. A. Smith. able gentleman
ii II IIO. : Mr. II.I B. Browning and little'gratulation- I the dew and held in suspension for clii'ntmeals. the TO FEEL
weevils than coarsely powdered
0\I Junnita visited. relatives in
i lighter. Fourth of July IInterelainnicntThe :
i iI I I i This physical condition is especially I
1 1. t-on\illc, last Friday.Mi I
I c......&.,, .. r.ul.. ' of T Founh of July was very\ "pleasantly important since the poison is

r.yr.N be d. ..." .sf T.... I "r.. M. L. Loadholu and little : "lwI'to\ the people of Lavvtevi! applied in the form of a dusty spray. LIKE I DO NOW\

irt in lil.uighter. Geneva; clime over : and! what proved to h,' n happy termination Mint KITective Time

I tiom I Jacksonvlllu Friday and! spenta i to a delightful day was: given The time of applying the poison of 1 Jf

I day or" two. the Woman's Club Hoin-e under! I conditions. '
in varies under 1 different
I course,
htut. Terrell, oi Hampton..i- 11 Il| HUIMIW, , \\i- ,i bu-lueyl'-It''I' !I' 1.onme' Ilurlpy is spending week.III' a few the leadei-hip of :\11'''. J. D. Randall\! H has proved most effective After Twenty Years SufferingHe

met Tuesday : to .T .I is't! ,met die!, \\ r.Iii. -dty. tiny. Jacksonville/ this anti :Mrs. :Mamie Lou Edwards at i$* when applied just as the cotton obviously Finds Relief at Last by 1 1
I I : unotrll.! J. M. Starling werecalled .
.\ laulhl"I'a, burn\ to :Mr.\ ui d in blooming, but
- ---- - -- < p. m. slackened !

Minor: was< a business I visitoi :\11'.I.-. SturnbiTir Wednesdii' )'. account to of Jacksonville tIll illness last of their Sunday little on I It was in the nature of an interesting [further work along this line i is still Taking Tanlac--Gains Elev-

''a'kbonvill, Tuesday grandson the l-months-old son of entertainment, made uri I I to be done It seems probable. thatthe en Pounds in Weight

M. Cameron came over from Jack :Mr. nnd11'1': J. J. Starling.:: The lit lor appropn.ite; songs: by the children .,, effective interval between applications .
.., Bilious Fever.-Adv. sonville to spend Sunday with his fum- selections ), is about one week. It is i well .
of well rendered
i urea tle child died soon after their arrival anti a number "It1 worth thousandof. dollars: to ,

ly. in Jacksonville. I in songs and recitations by the :' known that much more elTective pois'oninp feel like I dn now, .sinco Tnnlac hastaken

,ink :Morgan was attending to G.! II. Piercu and Carl Wooten cameup young people. Three tableaux were : : with dry dust can be done while aw :a) tlu tumble, that Kepi moin
Mr. and Mrs. S. L, Peck and baby
[,, MI h in Starke Saturday visitors Jacksonville Wednes from Gainesville and spent Sunday I, delightful presented, one bv :Miss ,, the dew is on the plant as the poison nli." rystir] the la't twenty years," VT '
to better
were Lois Dinktin, the Jnddcss( : of Liberty : not only' clings to the plant
with relatives and friends, in Lawtey. as said :M. II. Daniel well-known farmer <
\t ni-Witt C. Jones spent Sunday day. :Mrs ,1. D. Randall, accompanied \by another by Miss: Eunice Dinkins, ns hut. has much less tendency, to ,h'll'l'fl'ol11 living on \Uoute No. :J!, out of Ab- s t

.1 k noodle with relative.. : her little granddaughter: Virginia I, Joan ofrr" and a third by sevenvoung the cotton. The most effectivetime l e\ille, tin.( : a few days nffo.
!Mr. B. of Raiford
J. Bryant was u
usually -
left on Tuesday morning for Orlnndo.where billies in n tableau, "Keep! tho ( for application ,--!iW-4trne\ a man fttlllcrs'as lung nT"f
ill'ntlondlY: ;irll business visitor\ to Starke gn Thurs- : I is between in. and t*-a. m.
\miiig' she will meet Mr. BraxtonBeacham Home Fin- Burning./ j p. ,ilul lie gotto' tin1 place. where\ ho '

.,..rinding to business. day. the Florida Food Administrator I Tn the readings and recitations Several mill'll l1l'M me on the nuu'krtfor feels like he is no more food ill thin
In the early experiments ,
r :Mi. and Mrs. 1.011111.; Hill of I.nw- and attend n conference on much\ iotctiiH!, < information' was given ,, dust spraying. used world," lie continued i !, "mid that's. just
hand dust! nl1'a"
.1. -h for eggs ut the Cash visitors in Starke on Thurs food, COI1 C1'atiun.. They are expected conccriimir' the history of the crand n 1 the way 1 had begun to "el. Lorn: '
toy were i
to coverfour
t ::;suer.Vk. day I to return Friday.Mr old Flag. The Ivni-e, lute i row.ledand ,!. I with which it was !pos-ible In order toinxcr ]I ago.. I fi'l ''o. v\.il\l couldn't carry onmy %t

". J. p,, Randnll; was n business n sm .ill\ I'i'ii-ion", fee" of inn| vv'is or live acres n day. vvoik.I foi i.. -IH IN .stomach, trot, F
; of Live Oak, is vise onvillo : r kith( larger areas, however -peiinlpower Me mill m.ule' it\ (01tine
i iitoiin Monday.Dm
James Ciirrington, of Jacksonville, v Jack : on charged! ' the enti-i\ l-iiiinn nt. whichv in i\miMii .1 jii.l -

in Stnrko this week. -pent thu first of the week in tftarke- I itl| Reddish hns enlisted as avolunteer I no chlllf. r, IIi 1 'r Kl'i'" .mi' \\b'ill.. "I.I'hill"1" )developed. d.iv.Tl.i I for, nuto, try" tn iat, and thus trmihie 1"

\ with lie; left I.awtev on tlv 4th had been i1 ,.! ,1,1 1 ,, ?I liv ill cover neailyJO: ; Ilii per I 11111,1' wouldn't Id me sleep at ..illMany ,

,n-, 1 Ii ft last. 'r. s friends- of July on the early: ,turning\ ; tiain en I the chair, '! I i' 'I!' i ''r.,, ". ,,.iii I I ill..' d. J partnn'.lit now cxpits to,1'iriep a in.rhl,. 1 haeat .. untilnlriiiiHn'
-------- vvhiih be
( 'oast: wi ,, < I.aiio' sloek'I'I lilue and! whitt''ur,' route for In. training camp., Ills finance .""'i 1"l1ill!do TheitTair, vn- | ill", inU I nn dilie I type which WIll'l'r tan I MI hal4y :and! nern i I ,
jut',' c,1.larkl': Haidware! Co. I't'i' mis,\ lireavint\ : i *. : "Well tloneMllM.I. : quite n ' anti) tin-re vv .l n -nni"iidiH'j 1 ., ojd cheaply. couldn't e\en lair nlT, My lieu', ,
'.,nl I .H-k curt) i i "s' .. :': IlJ.1 J u11 1 I I'venl to thirty! m-re' < I per da) ,/
1 i 'If",r the, ( :'ul,i Ai| i 1.1"; i would thitler mill act' 'user| until 1 I Iwas

'- like-. I f)). K.: 'night I -Esq.pent: : -Wednes-, R's!! and Mi". Alfred" Evenden lllll) \\1)1 Ii. i \ill.ll'l.' t t'l' Jlllul.; II HI, "I I'ithc" Tin-,, :.imunot! I far of poi-ion has depended\ required 1 moreup for" I al'rnid 1 1 i it I would I stop, and 1 U"1, ." 1

,i'; lord Thursday in I Columbia countyon ,,t t the Fourth of July in Jacksonv : v i "'ii'o, "if,,1 1 all 'v 1 h.i -ii nil|i IIli)1 t -o tIll'1111l'hin. bine mid discnuriigi' I felt like I dl J I + +
White I T, tin,' of -
BI! i business. v' ille and! vicinity. They spent several 'n""I", I I ."uli.'I', I: ,. i d I I in ''ii "requirements|' not mll'hII'l' i if" me it did.
''' '' in Ji 'Miin lei'al ,,1 'ii\I n ,ul l Ib.HI on the, amount neces-'
.n hours: on a very plea-ant it to Camp) the. "III 1 '. I II 111.. pi"' "1111 I Hill, .1I the cotton. "I'd hc'ellt1I! enough satisfied t I \ ju '
I'm, dusting
\D. W. :Mannlnnhas returned from Johnston and, in the evening ni"v"d, "it I In, v'LASSIFIE i .It \ thoriighly to have hnil! nrv suH'eiing relieved, ""tlhul' Tk, 1 1i
.a'' live pounds' acrehive
about per
'in t
IM ;
., <- .,uiova- -left -'I'i I !' i. due.. Jacksonville< I I where he had l heat ctp1''t'ycd witnessing the big pmnde from th- 1--- -- -" -- i I' I I ,11 n applied. but this is. exccsV1,011 .. not all Tanlac. has done for UK .''

,i"i where she wul \'bft ut the shipyardi.Otii windows of tho Y. M. C. A. building' 1I 01 with furthr improvementsin have gained.. i eleven pounds in
in Jacksonville I weight Minre I Htm'ted taking it. I
th" machinery and! the use of the
Cashier Byrd I and his wife \\'l'relimonA' > can aK hearty n meal HH if I hail! never,
arsenic "p
(;,; contains no alcohol, noroiher ADVERTISING l Iltli!ire 1 with mixtures, such ns iliac
the number who were ieenpending I | hud! stomaeh trouble, at all mid! my '
. ,,,il I and! cotton bathingStump's. poisonous drugs-Adv. small amounts will be I effective. In
\ has nick I I dnn ''I
Jack foreivue. strength come HO can
"- the Fourth of July in ltlaill'I.Iial i : I : :Male: hug 1 three
,I ; i t most, of the cxperimnetfrom' much work in a day as. Ic'v',' could
Mrs O. II. Spencer and ehildrenofCedar sonville. :N. H.\ llti'l! were made, but I n ,
to livo applications
., before I took Mick. I feel Ilka
fact that it just n
the -
Notwithstanding -----
the homeof ----
Key, are visiting nt 1---- the effectiveness, of was con.iderably -
is iriiM
Powell visiting
\I- 'Mtniii' : the service last K.; -One Foal 19() III model,, new man all over, and.! will he triad! to
of Mrs.: A. :Mr. and :Mrs.V. B. Young was n hot day special FOR I SAI I reduced,! by the fact that I I I theyta'u't. i
home :
i .it the! .-- Sunday! morning at Grace M. K.:: perfect I order" , ready to run $260.:! I such small plats.! In th large'scale tell anybody who wants to know, if
The Service Co. on they, will HI,'lie' me, ire-t what thin
J. C. Manning and family spent church was well' attended. pas IJriscoe Sales and experiments' the effect was aKreal '
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tOI'- I Rev. Alfred" Kvenden: promises --- -.----- I secured I on snmlleiplat. ,. "d"I"1" MM ''In'me. I'milac:, lid, for

l Iml'o-o, is spending the'e(01e L. U.: Most-ley; at; the State I.'arm.Ha'nes another;;. special sermon for next Sunday FOR SAI K:.Maxwell: car, I'.Utequipment ( . 'Ibis ns wan more ellicient t woi a rlc on I tin. me."
\-hiiiirtiin) with I:. W.lcLeod: morning/ and! announces that it ) tine equipment Lindthoroughly to llifnct 1',1.I I' I LI I I" I )I' ( .1 nil ill ,

,alt, Grant returned to his homein will be communion Sunday. oveihnulvd. Good( : rune Urge field was due, of. cour-e. .' t ."I Ki I"n...I I I I.\ I,it* ill, "li'i'i! I ,III i MM,'yolll. If

St. Augustine Wednesday morning The friends, of :Miss Polly Ann Roilding ring eondition. I'l'iel'iO.:!/ Bn.scoe that of there weevils was prurtlcnll fiom ..idoinmiareas. \ |no 1111:1'lI..n , I I I t-tin t I,1\\ ,
A.'i d !grinder and! horse power after a visit in Stnrke with relatives.Mr. will be irlnd to know that him is Sal'" i & Service Co. ( .
Starktll.mlvviiri .
i '!1' "engine! for sale. now on the road toward,! recovery.Mrs. - -- -- '
CON f Tr"tllwI11 1
"' CoW : J. H. Manning, Mrs Vii'irinn : W. ..'. Godwin's; mother, Mrs. TIUSINK: : ori'OUTUNtTY.( ;( ) I The' Low I cost of treatment o 11.1 I r

Ward and,I Iliss: Ella Ward l, of :Manning A. C. Talley left Lawtey last weeken investment' will buy u ifariiKe 'in' about $llwl' acre for each appln.. I". "ni
> F R. :Matthews, sonKuir route for firiflln Ca.. to visit another Starkc that is now earning $:201)! ) ti
station Sunday at Klnlt'sley -
spent This, however may I be, rcdm d I ?n
week irt i .
: Ire spending this lake. daughter./ She will go to South $::100( monthly, or will sell a half in- siderablyhen large erea an' IH is" A ""
a 4 tin, ill', the fall returning to terest. Sam Rosenberjr.FOll .
Orange, N. J.. in ''eil. and! when improved. niachini'i" i n . .
:Mr., and Mrs. D. W. Alvarex have Lawtey early in the winter. ;MM. liiirinu less poison is 'ni.k; -il-I.I Ii.cost '
\t a* (..Illepie left yesterday foiit : six-year-old ('r"1I1nhOI' ;
for several ( : SAI.K.-One
as their guests their little niece and. Tnll'y11" in Lawtey still furl her be I .reduced. "h.1t i 1
with, friends and relatives It' to all hiirne may i row SALE a* I
) months and made friends while 'se, n".llIlely gent
nephew, Florence and 1 John Alvarez, ninny it in possible to mix the ,pmsnti,' uill' h
f' -k ondie.. Alvnrex Starke. IfE' ." ..ON"III ) r
Alvareof s. :Mis. 1)V.. J.V \\ / : "C
the children of Mr. Lacey here.Mr. other powders, such as lime' uhlil I I h .' ( 1I
Jacksonville : IL K. Bij'I! !'". of ""Itlr' Park ---- -- ------- will midits l'II"'r." Furtlni." it,t ,till! l "lItnl i 'I,liin-' i

.... inliv' removing the cause. rI.: 's'i' His Rist MK.' I ::.. I:. lmthoa. 1! -- FOIL P.M.M.:: -One pair computing rnrely be I IW'.III.y. to pm''on .in. <-ii si I SUM I'' i'IIIItlu1)I ( ) .

and, two children, Rcul(' Mist cost $llfi! ; now for snl' i
Me.ssrs. T. V. Edw'iinls, IT. 1 D. Lynn Mlddleburg/ lire plantation In control, the, \\ iedsince -
\ P Montague preached at thi .1.IW. were welcome guests of their parents nt $a.:!;>. In (rood eondition. I>. \VAl the ih, '.1'akn', Illf < .Illlllll. SI i I
Harrcll and in I \ '
O. W. Harry, Wm. M. on emertrini; sprinir, -
to large and ,., I Ii ',"Ia
'hit- h Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. 1\ H. Biggs: : Saturday I 'ire/ II'' I I I I I IM "i1
well known citizens of thl'BI'ookcl' always, i-oncentrate near the area nwhich '"
r uiilii.nces.ut. Burry and Sunday. ,,?II I,. " I It" '' I I i ,,Ii, I/h< .I'II"t I ,
section, were business visitors SXf.K.: 45 of land, In I elm' ; they passed the wint i ,i.. 'I 1'1 Inweevils ,., ,, I K' ,,0/.1/ "- I' 'j
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:Messrs Harley, L. I.. Snpp, HoscocSapp FOR : !acres remain "rather ,closely. at tini "n, tint I I. " " IMI i )piepul.

\ a n, Jr., of Jacksonville' to Stnrke Wednesday.J. Lee Sapp, B. L. Blanchard Joe Wad",rink seetion. J.1.: Norman points until they have" multiplied. Mifliiii'iitly I ,Ir.lmu" , Iil I ',I.MIII',d MII tlii

?, k-cnd' in Stnrko looking:: -- in Allen!! mid Solomon Cline, now employed Law tey. Kin. 7-11-it:! threaten Hliorla in tin' pn.a'.rugrr. I tail, "I. steamships." ,\tI -
L. Underhill spent Wednesday n >re ,
matters. in Jacksonville, were visitors' ---4- ---- - to:i t K "I' |I.','S I ii ,niilnit' : ; 1"'"- nfi. isiiililin
to be with his local food supply.. For this reason IIIf'ut.
Jacksonville, going up atSt. to the home folks in Lawtey last Sun .FOR S:;.I .Jo-: Jersey elite, now jrivinpthn of the cotton i is not semi, 1 .'ol. Iy: .., >', deaf, evi 1l i .
wife, who was operated on Sunday part III
.nutMexican: June corn 'e gallons daily. F. C'. Hollitu'1'worth. should l KO prepared" for" them i
" : Catherine's ho"pitnl.I1'! -. Under/ day.A. I ounly. infested with weevit.s until unit"
.i ml pen seed nt Cash itlick bill's condition shows a slight im I'. Hurley, Jr., accompanied by I 7-li-tl: \'( after midseiiHon. and, then not. often unable' cvi rvwlu le. Adv.1li .. s
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iris father on return to Jacksonville. until well, along AiiKUst.. -
---- provement. lust :Sunday:; afternoon. ..v FOR{ \ !..I0111': errand hand )bugsty The control men(:"uren adopted, mu-il t St1''OI'1VfI hHlltI,1 this lent I t>l I

" returned Sundn' Mrs.: Harold! Thomas, of ,Tacks!.>ttvdle J in 'xcolleut( ,.".,,IUn., Ti-on" iSi conditions in each plan Summer 'llcllur 'Ili/m, Hid Peak: ,
Ilcrnando depend
Basel: May, of -pent .\ l II ,. :Sim;' ile., upon
\V. ,
visit, with friend' Jlui" make. I II.) al'ridn. /
mother Mrs. B. L. -
visited his
',II..-,II1Y in Starke at the home of Mrinrd : tat i0,n, hill by roMcentfatinw! on Ihtmore Ilul iiiiM'li'.' whIt ft". f."lil" unit y.mnil'T ixiiiiln I .
"rinJt\ Mrs. W. A. Colley. Mr., May.wa"'j Thomas last SIIIII I'/IIIY. lim'old is now .. heavily infeiited' ruts just befon,, twin* are wild will l t In* Hlri'tiilf hen'' .1 and) ,niilikst l rake t ,
-- I hroui'h the dc'r.tip| / | In' 'HI uf NiiitiiniT'
the railroad in Ito
--- on his way to Jacksonville t tike i II the vnnl clerk at yards the I weevils )beiome Miineientlv iibiin' i imCI, | (l\ I r. S I l\sll, I I I'ssililll' 10NII Ii .imrllli'ti
.""," "i. of Jacksonville,, i position as machinist in one of tlwhipyurll Jacksonville.Louis, t.OT. fMilln, >Lb.<, ., .1 ,nil., ) (LnJLuplhr,I , WI 'I.',. "Y"

. ,nil, with his parentsi ,, Brown left for Jacksonville on mufX. alum murked crap|' the' t'ottoll it Will be| | not iinKdirectly i" ,'" > ."i i., "II', n.ii Ih I inn' IIIVM.IIin .

\i \1 1 .1.i !1-'. Cnnova. ----- Friday lust where he went to take up I -|"llt, one emy* .suit I IFinder i" Ilir other.,, tn beni'tit till' ciitlno" I "lii'iti.l. .i ,!,'III.I i i

When decide we'll help you tlJC- the duties of his new position. Hill please h tify toe, Sbyoh.'ns )lint I to; protect the reliliiUHli'i, 1 ..I' III.'
",f Palm Beach AnitA will you friends wish him success. nil' I i iveive reward. ItFAItM ,
uro the cost. The Quiitloy Lumber & many plantation bv prexcntimr 0"I' i>tI i
1 I low prices, ; Thomas and .T. ('. -- - -- ,
"It "t'cry Co for improvements. Mr.: O. L. lion migration. In this wnv II"' 'o I 'I
S I Supply visite! | their home here over the Hh. : 1 FOR SALE.--100: u..r"0' ; '\ the' treatment' fur a comparat'' ,.Iv fen 4-ED&

E. IT. Coloman of Camp Stuart, :Mr. Thomas is in business at Verdio.Mr. fenced into 17 small fields; best acres Will he Inline bv 'the 'I.CIH. III., ilc

Jordan. :spent Wednesday and Newport-. News, Va., spent) Severn ; II. K.: Biggs/ / and nephew, A. II, woven win in grand condition, ; mare! by the entice, plant'inn, t'
in the vii ..
other farm .
\\l 'Uiin. the metropolis on a com- days of last week near Starke will Harley! Jr., enjoyed a very ploiiannt gates/ than any - - - -.

me s and pleasure trip. his He was granted n tenor'! visit to Belmore last Saturday. ,tat'; fine crop growing in all the' I.I'.T t hilt li'MII 111'13: uzTJy, OLDEST ( ,
parents. of sickness in :Mr. Frank (:rein, of Jacksonville, Hi-Id"' ; 0-room house, :2! .story barn ;; A nluHi/inli' slow' nrtuiM I liver I* the ra..., f3IABllSfI,
account v
of absence on d our ur rt.
H."* on \Davis, of Jacksonvillespentth was a welcome visitor at the home of plenty of outbuildings; 17 hl'lldIf of many dN; 'for you to bo active moil.Ji,: SEED If OUSEfEor

I th, ..' in Starke with his pa- the family Mr. and Mrs.: Chas. Dinkins I on Sun- rattle; 100 gnats; some liojri amirhiekens prod hrnUb tIii- "liver mutt carry oflpoinoni, FI..ORIOA .
windmill miniil, the body PLANK'S LIVER PILLS ronlnin. CutoincUkdlfullyionnbinrdwithntliprnerpiiiin IN
IIV?I :Mr and Mrs. J. R. Davis. W. L. Wall was a business visitor to day last. ; -
the :Mr. \\'. .I'. fSoiiwin; and, daughter, water piped all over the place ; "e\ ++- -___, ar.ii lo.J'.0 ....
Jacksonville :Monday Owing to ry i IfamnnKclriinnwIiirh illicitly and upnll), err.E1.Ir .
.... ur... Chills and, I"ever.-Adv., shortage of labor at the plant :Mr. Margaret spent' the day in Jacksonville cry tool that is wanted on farm fnnftniM , ; liven up your liver but I do not sirk.norgrqe t
blavk; milh shop ami ; 1 1I
Wall will' be forced to buy ice fron on Friday of last week. 25c AT DRUG AND GENERAL STORES

rl'l and :Mrs, Perry !Dover are the Jacksonville company to suppl; :\Ir. Louis II. Hill was n business, in arid, 1 rape ennditinn vines' ; all all(food,ciiltivatrd I" ndnn,1 Made by the makers TUnk't' Chill Tonic qJ, .. SAD I
irood ;
'P "''"I! the next six weeks on a visit the local demand. visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday "
I with relatives, and! friends in :North of last week ;: ; land.;; ( cleared of HtuinfM' ; 'hool
ham within one-eighth of mile; located 1'NI'EHSI'I'1'1: ) I.OKIDA( F i.oitnr \11'(:: 01.1.1-:411-: ; I-:
Master: Bill Johnson is i having I
iai" S.; uth Carolina Col. A. V. long underwent an operation -
/ /.aint'ssflle
three mil,-" from Slurke on I oitOMI;\ e
good! time visiting relatives in :Mill-
for tonsilitis at Dr. ROl'u'Snnital"iulI1 / Stiirke and I I.awtey puMIr road. For ,Military' Training 1'lId.rlllyOr'i' ,,"r. I iill.ibass
\ book- town, fi.l.;
1Wainwright' of Tampa Col.
LongWilli '
on Monday. ( nurses, in Arts and Kcienres, A -, rt.i' lib! I _'.", Flond.'i Coun.niil
sale will take $11,0011. part .'ii i ?i urn ; -
Ik. oJ..,, fr the Hendry-Knight Co.,, Jacksonville The Rev. 1'1.: Riggs, of Starke, ipnck
accompanied to hy; iii-li. lialanre at II l; per rent interest.If ,'ulliire' ('hi-mical Civil: Kleetrical; anti tiMiihnniciil "' I I. ' iM7: \ IH. T"tlllr.l!
Starko with his will preach at the l Baptist church next /
the in
| -P i' weekend remained with him
:Mrs. long/ who o'clock. want a good farm' conn1 and,! : Krigmeering; :, Law, Teachery nil iiilog :>"11111"1' Sthool:; and Short 1
Wednesday evening at 8 Kverybody : you
m ? :Mrs. E. J. Wllin..rij'ht.ummel' until Monday night ,College.Tintmri r
I please come. see ,t. It. S. Humphrey, CoursiWnte-
free. Send for (4dlog. for (; .
.it lutulogI'.DVV
ladies, and child- The Saxton people are hereby notified -
sale of I Saves embnrram
Stitch in Time - .\. A. .MI'IU'IIRKE.; : I'reHideni. \lll < I OMCAIll.:' President
\ hats. Worth $:.1 to $1.50; going ing exposure, and! repairs made :NOW; that Rev. Alfred' Kvt-ndpn; will

I f", 'I I r: to $1.9S at Stump's. to buildings saves material am! preach: at the Saxton church Sunday \! I-TIIO": or ('f1N'I: UIL1,1'l; IHM.I. t
your afternoon at :3! o'clock. Preaching \\KKVIN IIS II.E111": : l l fOVKUFH: ( ;
the rise in price. CJuigley Lumber & the I .......................... .4I ........................
MriS F. Hamrick and daughter, I Supply Co. service has been changed to 2nd ; ) t

i 1b' Nelle; Hughes, left Tuesday for Sunday in each month from this timeon. (Continued, from page ""' I lgain i J fOLD A POLfCY ON YOUR PLACE -

different points in Georgia, where they A pleasant house party, composed ot. All welcome.Mr. f'i

w,l- 'pent several weeks visiting relati :Mrs H. C. Richard Mr. and :Mrs. Joe and :Mrs. J. i L. Brings camo over had been IIp"urc',1lnd that! p"1 i

.>* and friends. Hoover, MUs Susie Darby and Mr. by auto from Jacksonville last onini had been a very profitiiblipoMons operntinn. > i s

'a.skins of ,Jacksonville IIp.nt Sunday to spend the day : and l {
Percy : you need' never, le afraid of n
I It'! J. C. Duhose, pastor of the the week-end at :Sirs. Richard's cottage :M. E. Edwards.Mr. with11'11'1 and Time of Applicntion
: anCt fire Thut is, of limo financial loss ;2 J
Okeenhobee and Vero Baptist churches on Kingsley/ lake. : A. A. Smith last In the early experiments, the titplumbic ititi

left vesterday for his home at Vero,, ed the part of Peter-he said, "I go' form of lead n was Y l usually -ut'i-ieil utter a Ire. A \t\

aft'.1, spending the past two week in <>6<> cures :Malarial Fever.-Adv. 11 fishing" and the rest of the tI.h'r-1 used hut was not sulficiently, crTeetn" : t C .. f,also, in our, Company is i a protection ;

Stuakt with relatives. men of Lawtey !said in chorus, "we I and the di-hydrofen form. ,uf; lead/ arMnate :: o11t ,th'i,; really protects. It ,rests ;

:Mrs. F. A. Scott and son, Wilbur, also go with thee"-anil they went to
I proved to he 11 lictti-r\ poison V'Hi In" tie, but it may MIVO you"
I\'nllsley lake. Round trip 75c for went to Jacksonville Monday: Wilhu Putnam lake and stayed' till Wednes the work. Later adilitn.iml', ,. tent .T a
j'f".n people, 50 cents for 'hihlr'n.I. will enter Draujrhon's/ Business Col,. day. The other fishermen in the party I demonstrated that a high grad of calcium III. i .inds, uf tl<>]\\irt. Do nut.iiinut des :

,| :Mike's Fruit Store every hour leiro in that city, taking a course In, wl're11': J. IT. ;Moore.! Mr..1.: C. Cone arsenate was still mare flfective' 9 lr, J . insuring your pn.perty-2'

a'' 'IK the day. Parties return at any stenography Mrs. Scott will, remaii and :Mr.Vill, Edward": Wo haven't I and has the great ad\int' tf<- of heinirchi.iper : .' I '', tire Delays .ire dmnger-.w'i

in Jacksonville for a few days. heard' how much they caught than lead nrnemite.' A nuns Xi e us about a poll'r' ; ,it anCC.A '. '

Billy (Glass: and! Fred Davis of I her, of tests were made with various : r.
I ;
1't'i'" ( anovlI left Tuesday after- I Billy Wilder\ one of Uncle Sam':, fiainesville: nrrompanifd l by Laurie I Thi, -vnrk, how".1' till in the "x- - ..

(nr Jacksonvillevherp he will -ailors, returned to Jacksonville; >n'.1 Kdwards of Lnwtcy. have (Teen, spending mitt. trot and dilntimit" art,'nirnh' .. :

," i, position in one of the ship- shay after spendingseveral dayn : ''I a few day enjoying th"m elvei" i pcrniK'ntal; i taie and' atcnrdinir to Mr. 1

Harold, Wall has taken his the home of Mr. ami Mrs. S. J. Pri *.. ,it Kingsley 'lake. I ''I, .nl! ,it In diflli 'ul' to prophesv jut i JOS. E. WILSON i

i B"" ,'nt' Confectionery store cott, of !Sampson: City. He was tn I Kpwoth League and evening s.r- vhi';, the result will be. It is "livioii -

I companied by Guy! F'rcscott, who wit! I'' iien i! as iHunl next Sunday a' Grace I -. however 4n ,ordinir t.. the snentint .. .

t1 I ; !Law. and son, Blanchard, rnlist in the naval reserve M. E.:; church.Will I i that either a ,I' hydrogen I Ii, ..nierienate .

Jacksonville Tuesday morn- CtUbratf dith liirthd.iy powder i ir.t t .limnif, not 1- STARKEFIUUAY. FLORIDA

'R!, f .tw will upend his month'st I ('nr.. for hire on Sunday' trips t, Mr. Samuel l Churchill of East Law. than \'ii per r .r' < vnic ncnto < i"i ior 1 Iis

,m the metropolis. Services RAR cures Headache. Ciliousnesi: I, cald'i', untttininfr a' .
whom all know and reflect I
tey, we M a . I announcements church will, be of cnrrieiiMial. same, 1.1,55 feeling of, due Appetite to Malaria, or that or tired Cold aching Fin.<,e the God oldest willing man, another resident! here birthday will least\ '! 11 I,', d!t". "' ,ic"nlc control pent'.xvil' .1'I' ..... .. F. ............efl... ..... '

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: ..f I 0..01"' ":> 'r l-ion division is urging I II!, nil"M. ,lurninvn'h .n_. .n_.. __. .3'. '! G7 I Ilialiinci Fl\.\:.CIAL STATEMENT I m..nlllO for nehool.,.No_ _._ 4h. _tLiUrtyi_ -- -- . .fur_ .__4 160.00 For month nullify* ;"t' -Uncher: --'. .nr_ -0 '

i i '. : . VirrnntH i n.nul! f. : i : : tlii f.irni'ii to plant totes clupstu J", .. J. 1414 .n..n____ :LJ'"I M nihly' firn.ncml "'em'nl *>f BmdforU for pchowl So. l 1\1\ ( Fetch) for 4 months ___.u__ -_ ___..

1 Af.UNTS; KKI'OKTSPon't : gi-iw In t\\l'n the spring and fall 1)1.1 rl.110.. *, TIMl I County fur the m'nth of June, r">". i month .____. ___._. _n' -- ____ 14000 For votary of toucher or. o '
COUNTY 1.1",,., :Ma J. l"l"
> un. 1..n..rRI l ,
No. ,
for Bcljool 10M rhurM
the land occupied I I Fnr, nulnry of teacher or teachersf <(< ?t
and thus keep _
. R'l 45Warrant ,
I ir.ip- / 15> for
. . . . month- ____ "' ft eh MI I No Cu (Crtl 'lii"1
._ I'IIlulunct '
' .wcuid donna _ ....... 346.99I
I 'O"Vv..''' . 1'1 I !'I .'. ", !' !r"7 y-" The I "tuple crops are probably bc"t.uiti.l : *June J. IIJ"i _.___n.______ JJJ 43 I <>t.rrRnu
I fur. the middle season and fur Ill.trlrlo.: 4. Uttlancu July I. IMS _____ _.____ JB1\ .6Tfrin Colored Schools for school No. 10'j tllam,
let the grass grow under this Mr. :McQuarne& Nuggeatapumsh Huliirw 11ny J.1 I'll .. __nn_._-._- 244 and Forfritun Fund-- For nalary of teacher or teachersfur for four months _____. _
purpose It4celt durintr' month _n__.___'__ 65 36tturnuilH Hslnnce Jum1.. I"IM S87&P3 nchool No, l"i) tStarku) fur 4 For Halury of ..", her or I. .
your feet-tliK it up and plant u crop .; / ", popcorn for chickenfeed inriuid durinv month _____. 7.00llulanc : K cflpu Jurini month- :::::::::::: 414.41Disbursements : mon tits ...... -....... ........ ({O.OO. for school No. 110 fAmlrcxsfour ?u

'I you can put.JnereuHu mamoth yellow ny-beans, June 1. 1918 ______ ________ ::8a.aO durintc month ...____. 384.10 For salary' of teacher or teachers. months --__.. _.. h_ I''
number of farm animals millet. Ihatrirto: t. balance July 1. IfllH __ 5709.14 No. for _
the black-eyed fow peas or German unn for school 101auroak) Fur salary of teacher or t. -u >
I Balance May 1. IvIS nnn__.._..__ 72.60Kccil Road Fund ...... ._.. ._.._. 120.00
utilizing all the four months for nrlmol No. Ill UlufT( ( ., . .,
and the J
the extent of : ,, also be planted ___ .. 114.80
to Turnips may >u duHnif month 00.00. Bnlnnee June 1. l&tt. ___._00__....... 9137.01 For Biliary of teacher or teachers for four months _., _
waste products and idle lands of the ;i!: purple top white globe variety is pro- Warrant uucd during month __n_. 72.00 Fti-et-lpu during month ..__..._.... 66ft.2tf for school No. 1112 New( River) for --- I l'

farm. f I 1. Lest Balance Junu I 1. 11118 ___..___...____. 118.90 1'iBbunHrment dunnic month ........ 1914.41 four months _n'__ .... ........ 120.00 Tola! __n_- .____, .___ ;j:
bubly 1 batncta. 6.Xalanco Balance July 1. Itflfl __ ____.____ 7910.8VOutntandina -
of teachers
TlouKhege __.____._.___ 14848Itpceliita .n for Halary teacher or Hevpn mills ,
61 Don't neglect the hay crop. of the May 1. IBIS u .rlolrrhr on tt .
The spring crop for xchoul No. loj (Hopcwvllj for .
| remains I
Indrbtrdnrim Fund :
_. ._._. 22.05 will :
county he ,
if it durinir month __ _. ____ .___._ mt.the -
will prove mighty expensive I''should be completly removed and the \\ arrhnla iMiued during month n_. 6.0U/ Pittance Juno 1. ItUtt _n_.__.___.__ 2641.10K4e four mrnthe n n 160.00 amount ImpfrratUvty n... 01 It,?,I ..' j' .
N had to be shipped into the State this land and well prepared j jIfor just as liulanc. Juno 1. lull _________...__._ 16 .53 >fit>ta luriniz month. _________.__ 2147.07I.lobu..m.n. For xiilary of tiacher or tfachersfor hereby rvquivt you to I kwy th. _
plowed Dl.trict No.: 7.Finland' : ... durintr month _____ .-. 4A40 on> school \'o 104 i l'roI.I,1f..r lly onk-r of the. county Lam i iHtruction 1't
1 y eer. \i The disc harrow __._____._____ 250.17 ____ __ ____.__ I
which ,I an earlier crop. May 1. lull _n__.__._____ 81.MKrcrlpu Balance July 1. ll 18 four monthnI n 120.00 in semtion Junu 1"'h}
Clean up the filthy places 1 in I he sufficient :n Home cases. If durtnir month ._. ____..n_._ 80.HI Drninag Fund I IH I I' Fur Biliary n{ ttacher nr breehrn E. R l .
r flies breed. Flies carry disease,1! may the Warrant in.uod during munth .__. 1.J.60Halanco ft tan co June 1. 11110: _.__..____.___ 1403.71 f.>r .O'/.i/, So )U5 ( Lola ltuller Seen.tary ant County h I r
I"T4a may the fat off the farm ani- j:the[ catch crop is to follow corn, June 1. 1018 _nn_____ IJUM FU-e.,pU during month .-._.___ ____-. 10S.4 .
and worry icorn ind shocked or put durinit month .__ __, 1013 ItIfHlftnce I
may be cut Ufatrleto.. S. i u 1 Fur -uliii,') .f tiacher ..r trachea T. u riMr' .,, .
1tI I' mats |I in the t.ilos as silage! or in a shed for Halance Mny 1. Itiis _.__nn..__. ___ 11: 8ktevipt July I. IIIIA J _____ u.___ _____ 4'\'5.6S ,i for ftchoul. )ln. luG Lawteyj fur 4 Chnirmnn County Board 1'ut., ? n
del In this time of Rtnndinif hy) the :, duiinK month -__ ._n___.186.01 IlIi" D'OItfOUNTY./ I "
Of would haw t.1 be STATE OF fLORlDV
fodder, course it Wnrrnnt iuiurd diinnK month _.____
' 4 ullieH the farmer should not overlook cut e.ulier for silage than for fodder.If Halance Junu I. lulu .. ..________._ 120.97District July flth. 191' I
the importance of encouraging the, No. j U. t hereby certify that the f..rvttinnis utato-
his Inndfl. They I possible! grow some legume during nnlanoo Mny I. 111111 1 ._n.u__ 71H2 meal of the Rewiptu end Dichnr-t,mt'nt of 0
16OJ I birds tit foruifP over this ,,rio.1. The; soil hall bc-rn lti>-lta'| during month __..__..____00 36.11VSarranu the fund. .r Brndford County fi..r tin m< .mh
arc the host allies in the fight against i.Hued durinir month __' of June HUH.\ IB true nnil cct to the "Wet

insects. I depleted of nitrogen, and cowpeas, llalunco Juno 1 I. 191H ___________.____ ill.93 of my know+lxu and 1..Ii.r.
will add that plant foodto Dl.trict No. 10. W. T. WEEKS
E net acquainted with the IIOK. ]He Ua or soy-beans could Unlnncf May 1. IIIIS _...nnnnU__ 158.28K'Cfli Clerk Circuit (".,Url. Bradford County .

i'P\t\1 good partner in the business of :, the land. Even though they >u ilurintr month ___ _ .._. _.. n.37 (Stall
? i s will douRless return not he harvested they could be turned Warrant iimuLd during month _.. ___ 8.00 .--- I
i ii
farming and i _____.____ __
i outs under and thus be of greater value to Balance Juno I. 11)18 00 18440 EflTIM\TE OF EXPENSESOffleo II
in l
money fawtor > ear an< year Dl.lrict No. Ik.llatanca .
w'" than other in which capital the farmer than the harvested crop Mny 1. lilt _._. ___._.__ 91198
crop of DnaH of Public Instruction of
any I'I'I Cholera
__ Controlled
I *---- 'Kf>.">ltjtii durmtr, month n..n 5742 Bradford County flor Ida I Hog
run be i inxested. I..u..d month ____ 600
rsK: niMv: IN POTATO FIELD: ) \Varrant To Honor-Mile S. T. Dntthnir, ChMrmnn nm|
; ---. Untune June Int. 191_ ______...___ H7.4i
J mumWra of ,ho Hoard of County ComminH.'tnen -

I r 1 LATI: mlInl( : GOOD FKKI: ) I The farmer who has large acreageof May 1.Dl.trict 1U1K _No.__.__12llalancu __...__.. 329.10 !
a SIM. The County Board of Public Inntruction -
month ___..___ __ 81 MSUlirritntft
(""cvipt during n
i will find the disk In acsnion on thin date found tho There is for farmers
who find that their feed ,, sweet potatoes iimuil durlntf month ....__ 600lUlancu no necessity to let
l Fartne-rM cultivator labor saver. Under .ordinary June I. IHIM ___... ______.__. 4061)5 fullowintr lunch nRerraxry for nchool npemtiona -
;*;:' }4 supply will he short may plant sorKhum. 1 Di.trict N.. II. in Bradford county for the school y"ar their hogs die with cholera, nor is it worth whileto
methods ono-horse plow is brirlnnintf July 1. 1118 and ending. June ";0.
1 1 Most: of the early planting of ] n"IRn.otRV! I. 1K1H nn___.__._ ((1(174( I
I; I is needed _..._ _.___ lltlti :tFor
used. One man to plow, one It{*Keit>tJi durlntc month n 1 OS give them abscesses. There are causes
Y/o orithum were intended to produce payment of outstanding. war many
; | I is! needed to lay the vines around and Warrant Iftnued lurinu month ____ 6.110<> rents __.___ __ __. _ I wNU'" on,.
i. groin for poultry, or to supply early I It' another be needed to uncover balance June 1. lltlrt tie,nn.n__ 81.79 n .u - i for abscesses; dirty syringes, impure serum and
I feed. Late xhould not be. Di.trict II.Iliilnncc For Halary 01 county .u .rlnt"n.t.
plantings them behind l the plow. One man with !Mny 1. 1U1M ._._00 __________ 7811Hicvi rot of nchooli and clerk -_ _- Hftt>."'> I virus and
t' expected to produce aced Their reat'l do all the work |>tM durmtf month _nn_______. ]10140 For Inten-wt ___ ___-___ ____. ._ "I0"" a bungling operator.
a disk cultivator can _.__ ___ _ ,
est value is! to supply rough Warrant Innui'd durinic month For (nnurance n__ __ h IflO *0 I
jt J and cover twice the acreage/ in a given Knlnnce June I. IBIN __00 .___ _____. 17951 For per diem. and mileage of nchonl.ward
of the University The
t according to A. I' Spencer time. Is the saving worth while ? [twill Dl.trict No. II.llnlnnpi ______ ___.-_ __ _n__ ___ 100.00 Interstate Vaccine Co., of Kansas City,
of Florida extension division. May 1, IBIN _. ._. 187.25Knrcilit For In cidt-ntnl pxwnurf of tchooli* 'M5-T,
soon for the cultivator. I month- _:.._. .. .: j Mo. bleed their Hyper but time
f 5 In some! sections of the state or on I pay durlntf 2a 2tfVSarranU For nalary of teacher or teachi m hogs one and
___ .
I IHHUI'I) durmtr month 1 00llulance of srhool No. I .4litKhland' > for 4
$ some farms the corn crop may fail. I Purthemoie, C. K. :McQuame of June J. lilt ._.__ ___._00_ 21,3.61 monthn ____00 n.___ __._ __ _ 14000 are second to none in purity and potency of se
1 In sues fuse division, that the disk cultivatoris May I. lul* ______________. H: <17; of arhtMil No. 2 (Pnwlinin for 4 rum and virus.
feed Ahurtsigc. Vf'Ri'tnble growers ken>litH| durlntr month _. 26.66 monthn _._... .__.n ____ n_.__ 1<<0.00
who have not planted feed crops! will the best tool for working sweet Warrant indued durlntr month--- ___ For Milary of trneh or trnrhrmof

find sorJhum'alulIl.le.. Since in most potatoes., During the first cultivation Kulanco June 1 J. lull .____ ]165.0? Bchool No. a I Thomaai. for 4 I Call T. N. Kendrick of Starke
on Florida
Dl.trict No.-17.-- months ._____ __ __ . 10 tO to
Sections of the State it may he planted the disk can he set to throw the dirt Hnlance' May I. 11114 .___n.n___.__ 1407KfCLipta For nalarv of teacher 00.or teacher-
ns late in August 10, plenty of away from the plants! into the middle, durinir month ____________ 35.H i of vestal No 4 New( Zion for 4 i immune your hogs for life at 42 cents per hundred

I the thin Warrant untied( durinic month on. 600 month ._. _ __ _. _ 14*" 00For
limo may be! had to remove truck i between ridges. Only a layeron llalance June 1. UI t ___.n______ 4789 Halary nf tearher or- tonchernof pound hog, and no abscesses. For bookleton
crops. I In South lorida it may be top ill scrapped) off in this way and Ul.trlrNo.. 19.Pnlimce tirhool No. ft I lltrannen for four I

planted even later. the bed n not destroyed Then if May I. HUH ______._____n_- SI.n! montha -hh ___. ____ __ 11000 hog cholera write W. H. Embry, Stock Yards
Kcei| tj. durmtr month nnn_ 7374Varranl For salary of trarher or teacher
something delays work the ridges \ iNHUeil durintf month ..n__ 17.00llnlance nf School No. A Lontr t BrldiciM for Cincinnatti Ohio.

\ r'I.\\TO'P :.\S roil HAY will not dry out before the earth can June I. 11)18 ____unn 8867 four month _n__. _ __._ UH 180.00 ,

I be! thrown Lark At the next cultivation Diitrlrt No....__19._____ __ 6707 For aalary of toucher or teachernof
1 nnll+nee May I. lull n n honl[ No. 7 I Lake Butler) for Call Residence Phone No. 37.
There is no better. hay than good the disks can be reversed and the Itcct'itit, durinir month _.......______ 7.51)Wiirrant i-lKht monthH __ h. J02''> "0

cowpen hay. Folks! hear u great deal soil returned to the bed. If the plants iM.ued druinir month .n_'_ For anTary of tenrher or teacher
June I. I I9Id 1 ___._ ____ 74 B8 .
llulance n.U for school No 8 (Kaifordi for four
I about alfalfa these days but if COWpens i ors Bo small that they are cnverrdcoders Di.lrict Nil. 2". montha .... ._ _.__ h __ __ insoort T. N. KENDRICK.

are cut at the right/ Htage and may bn used on the cultivatorand llnlnnce :May 1. 1918 ...__..___..._.. Hll! For Ralary of teacher or teachers

properly' handled they make just as set to protect the plants. This HICI.ii>tM tturlnir month __________.. H.84WnrrnnU for Hchool No. 0 I iF.Iarheft for four
ItiMUed durlnic month ____ it.oil' month __ ___ ____n___ inn 00
I Bend| ]hay as alfalfa. will enable; tho operator to cover all Unlance June t. 1U1H ____________._ 166.73 For nalnry of tacher or tench...
The greatest trouble with cowpeu the weeds and grass.! U4t.1rt N*. 21. for school No 10 ( Pine Croxei for
Is This Ilulnnce May 1. IIIIH n______________ 127.8sKieeitiU four month' .__,__ ___. ___. u.? 140 00f
hay curing is especially true This! process! may be repeated as durinir month ___nn____.. .36 'or ftnlary nf teacher or teachera
in Florida during the rainy season long US weeds bother or until the \\arrnntn' ixHUed durinir month ___n for nrhiHil No 11 (ILawtryiur 4 J

I and it is during the rainy season that vines cover the bed. After tho vines! Balance Juno Di.trlct 1. Ifllt No._____22._______n 12821 I For monthn Hillary_.of_u?teaeher_.. ___,or__ teacher__._ _- 10JOOO j

the Florida farmer wants to raise begin to run it may be necessary to Mnlance Inv 1. IdU u__.._..._._... 110 6HIl.ti'iil for nchooI No 13 Starke( ) for - - - - - - -

rowpeu Hut if they are sown during I lay them back to avoid pruning,', or a during month _.__________ 211x04Warrant 1 month ___ .: ____ .- ____ __ 120000 I - - - - - - --
will the fall Indued durintr month ____ 8'0.781,, For Miilary of teacher or trachea
July they mature in home-made attachment with fingers llnlanco Juno I. ml" _u____.._____ 8.97 for nrhool No 13 Rifting( for 4
when there w not so much danger of can he placed, on the cultivator to lift Dulrirt :>0... 23.Halanre months .... __-_., _? ..______ 340.00 I
rain, Io'cllulle the rainy season will I Mny 1. 1111" __nu.______ 24144Kccfintri For tnlnry of ti-nehr or t..nehirM trrv00Bv' 000OtrE- v W ioW _
the vines out of the way of the disks.! month 708;,!7 for dchool No 14 fVanderbMO for Gw O a000Pws0's"'v wl't''g' iy
have passel.I .- -- \VarranU; :iiwudl: durlnix I -th.; =====: 3110:: : II'Dulnncc I four month" _n___ un n "'h_ 140.001 I -

{ John :M. Scott of the University ofJIj' I'ii111'IUE P.\SlTHES: FOIL HOW; Juno 1. 111X .___ .______ 559.26 For vnlary of teacher or teachers ;i HOT WEATHER
21.. I i
1'lornlti Dl.trict No. I Inalnnet for school No. Ifl (iHeilbn.nnfur

experiment station re'omJ Mny 1. ItflH _.__..__._...._ 91.14Iti'ccihl four, monthii ._..,. _. .. .... _. 66000
<1 mends: that cow peas be planted in They are Needed to Produce the Mont[ durinir month __.nn___-. __ M.07ltrranbt For Knlary of tencher or teachera
rows! from twenty-four to thirty inches Pork \\' {xxurd durinir month _.____ !)6.00 for school No.\ 19 ( New Itiven for *
I.' Profitably lluliinco Juno I. 1111'1 _.__________..._ 1I ..2BOl..rlo' four monthn ______ _.._ .. ____._ 14000 NECESSITIES i
apart This will require) about half No. 2*. I I In"l.nre Pot aiilarv of teacher nr t*.nchrnfor !

a bushel of Heed to the acre. One or The cheapness of pork production May 1. W3 __........_..... 8147K / ttchonl No. 17 (Five Mile! for

two cultivations should be given. .>rriutAlurinx; month __ ___ ....... 28785 four monthn ....n ?,__ .___ __ 14000
depends upon the cheapness of the \Narrant l 1..n..1!! 'lu/jrlir month ______ B24 2illulnnco > For Hilary of tenehcr or teacher
Among the best varieties am I brnkhnm, iced Of course a pig may be turned Juno I. 1911 .....-- 110.(3 for nchool No. 1A I Roaivri, for 4 Z With the coming of hot weather should i

and iron.. l upon the range to rustle for himself ;I'i"' I : I IItulimce month,_ __ __.. _-._ ., _. ... ISO.00 you provide
.......___.... 17311) Tor : yourself with the necessities
The May! 1. HUH. nalary of teacher nr tearhentfor to make life :
pros will not only furnish hay, but that is! not the bent practice fora Iti-criptH, during month ___......... SI.4ft > nrhoo| No Id Midway) for 4 more com

, but they will protect and enrich the good quality of pork and for top Warrant ixiiued during month .... A Oil" ',' four rnonthn _ _-__,_ __ __? lAMr. ( ; fortable. I have a full line of !
: land. during summer. llalnnev June 1 I. 1UIH ._n __-___.__ 91N.i'J For nnlnrv of teaeher or teachers
\ priers market.
on It is just us IH.trl.-t No..2. I Innlnnev I In..IR ... )fhool I No. 20 Bmoker) for FREEZERS
- had practice to feed grain alone. Corn Mny 1 1. 1SUN ._..._..:____.._ 21.28'' montlia .-_ _.__ _ .? fiOO.00 WATER COOLERS :
) t1 I'I\N: NOW I FOIL SEK1) CORN is the primary pig feed of the United during month ____n______ 81401WnrruntH For nalnry of teacher or teachera I I Full line of small
innui'd during month ___. 12.60llulancv roor aehool No, 21 Providence( ) for i articles. !
?6 1 States! but it is deficient in protein June I. 1IU8 --.________._ 3JI 1.811'\ four monthn __- -__- _____. ___ C60.00
Cathir: It Prom the Stalks Standing for musclo building and, in ash which i Dlntrlct 1i R. 2H. I Ii I Innlanee For Rttlnry of teacher or tnrhem I : Screen your home to keep
I out the fly' and the
__ ______ ___... 27.00 rnr mos
f %\ hifi'I hey OreN: i Mny 1. 191H u *rrm<>l No 28 (Thereftna for 4 I
goes toward bone building. Kilila| during month -n n______ H1) 7SIWarrant I, mum ha .___ _____. ______ _n_ 310.00 : quito. ;Window screens in all sizes and kinds. Save :
Uauid during month __ __ a.n0' For nlnry of toucher i
Pasture! is cheap hog feed) and it 00 or tinchMnt
The acre yield l of corn in Florida those essentials llnlance Juno 1. I'llt ___ ___ __..__._ 90.78 for Hchool No. 23 (Pine Hill) for I I 2 your wife's temper by buying a :
supplies! which
arc Ui.trlct No. 29.nnlnnee four montha _ IRQ.00 ,,
could) and) should be greatly increased. lacking' in the corn or most other Mnv 1. 1HIK ________nn____ 1701Iticihil For nntnry of ';-or -tearhent : BLUE PERFECTION :
'r according tothe University of Florida during month -._ __ _______ 7S.27 for nehml No. 21 fJohmtnwn) for I Oil. STOVE
d extension division, which that theproperselecting' grainH. In Florida it is possible to Warrant iMutd iluring month __u__ 71.7SIlulnnce four montha . __n __._ __ __. ___ 14000 i No hot sweltering days S
over wood in
says have hog pastures the year around if Juno I I. I'M IN ._____._ _._.. 8J.BO For HHInry of teacher or tenchera a stove. Cook
: of seed is of primary the right plans are modf.. Legume Total for school No 28 Swift{ Creek for I comfort on one .of our oil stoves. i

importance in improving the yield. nnlnncn Mny I. 191H .__._...__._____7004.79 four month ____. u__ ._ __._ 14000
The 1 pastures are best since they supply Receipt during month _________._16S03 17Wnrrnnt Fnr nnlnry' of teacher or tone hem '
I average production for the country that which is most often lacking, Imiued during month 174MJ 78Halnnrp rnr Nchiwtt No. 28 t Brooklyn for i JONES
( + is' 20 bushels an acre though/ to the pigs ration. protein ; : June 1.: 191S ..__ _::::::-602H.18 I four month ._, __ _ 110.00ror HARDWARE I
l yields) as high as! 200 bushels have Juno d. 1918. Mntftrv of Irnrhrr or teaehem ,
been I Of course there are various com- Bradford County.State for Kchool No 27 (Graham for 4
madi I by contestants in boys'dubs. of Florida month _, . .
' The Florida production does merciul feeds! which will supply the I hereby rerttfy Ihnt the foregoing Htatemrnt For. Niilnt' *); of- .:'-rh--;:; or" tpnch;TH 00 i Starke Fla. !s

not tho lacking/ (constituents, but .such foods of thfl Iteceliitn and Dmbumementa, of the fund for xehnol No 28: Nebo) for four ,
average murk. of Itrndfonl County for tho month of May.1IM8 monthn
feed corn should bo selected from are expensive and besides pastureswill I I. true and correct to the best of my : ry'r- j teaeher; -- -or- teachvrt 16000ror o-F9J>+!"ArPF"' hv3F3nYrt4: !-t D'S W'w' 04 9>9v'M+bl

I t stalks standing where they This more nearly approach the natural kn .wkdge and belle for nehoo) Ro..9 Canon for 4

is grew. conditions under which the pig. for of"" K POPPELI.. m..nehR _-.. ,. ?._,. .____.__ 10000 -
,} necessary because it in tho means County Superintendent Tublie Initructina. For nlnry of teacher:; or teachers
I of making sure that the seed) will have merly lived. There is no doubt that llrailford County for ftchool No 30 IPeleetlnul fop

the pasture is as essential to profitable four month _n.. '_n ___n_ 16000 I -
to I
power yield 1 well as shown by
salary of teacher
I pork production as! grain. Furthermore REPORT OF TIERK or taeh.m
the superiority of the stalks for nchnol
over surrounding 31 Hampton for 4
) ones that grew under the it requires about one-third the ftth. 1118.Report months .... . ?n_. _____- _- 600.00 : = McCALLFor
Starke. FIn July For
'x4 unlnry of teacher
gram to fatten or I..h"
a hog on pasture as
same conditions. This sort of seed of the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn for school No 3J (Dobnont for 4

Inherits high produ'injpOWl'r./ I it does on grain alone and for Hradford County, Florida on account months ._____ _____. _n_._ ____ 110.00
of Tnxeii n..1 for lhr 1917.II. .
year For unlary of tnchi
j It must be understood that like A. P. Spencer of the University of I M. UnNll\G. Tax Collector for ichuul No. 3J Bradford or trachrn for 4

daces like and that an enrly-matur./I Florida extension division has com- County Proper month ____ _. ._.___ n____ __ __ 140.00 } Summer
Tune 1 to hat dim county |>rOH>r fund 11100 11lly For HHlarr of
'; i, ing corn yielding : I'ih'dI chart which xh\\s the cropsiNhich I' amount enllectwl ___ _. ______ Sit.OS for Hchool No.tonrhrr 34 I JB.ell.nir or IrNlrhen> for 4 f

T thick Ktalkn is likely to ro>pl'ltt esc can br planted various time mn ntha ___-_, .__ __-_ 14000 smiles i 1 and :r '
__ __ __
in the to provide for July Ito tinlance due .nn ___ 7601 For unlit of tarher I
I same characters in the next year pastures ry nr tencht-r
genera I for nchool No. 8ft <(Miller< ) for 4
hogs. The chart also quaintest
I tion. For example, seed) corn should gives the method "..In.... months -_____ __.. __ _____ _. 810.00 ( Summer
date of June t to bal due Co. fund. S84 :20
and I'rainafto
planting the seed required Fnr unlitry of achrr
t be taken from stalks without suckers; By .mount collected ____ _._ _____ 10J.00 for nrhool No. 3rt Davln or t"ath.r* I j dresses and
stage of growth to feed, date I <(< +) for four I
', such! seed may produce some stalks I months ______ __ __ ,__
will : to feed, and the number of hogs which July 1 to balance due . ...__ 732.20 For Mnlnry of trarhre n nr- 140.00 '
with suckers, but it invnriadyptndurn tf-mhfn.* i (for the who
i I County Road lady
and llrid
be for giventime. ** for school NO.
can pastured "
on un acre u (Ent.rrrU*) for |
fewer suckers than seed fromnuckcrliearing ,
June 1 to nal due County Hi n I nntlUridue four monthn .. .
I I fund ____ _ . ___n 1991R2Pv For nnUry of -- --- --n_ 140.00 ( her
stalks. trnehrr
: .__ .. or tenrhom wraps patriotism
For :Mr. amount collected _._. 581 84 for school No. 39 < ZilT. i
July for
Spencer suggests true
All seed corn should tie selected I by sor-1 monthn ..__ _ .. .__. I I
ghum end The balance due .___. -- - 11000 about
incidental cow peas. sorghum July 1, to 1404 18Outtandinr For nnlary of ten her
hand task and not e .
as a special | nr te*<*hf r II
to husking.. Tim corn should should lie planted in row 3i fl'et' June 1 to balance lndrhtrdn due County. Out-Fand nrhool No. 30 I tHrookci, for 4 her like J
monthn .. .. .. a
lit the I ? -----
apart of they j'j'I..r
be rate one peck to Atnndlng Indebtednem fund _nn_ 468 31Hy Fur of 14000
gathered as soon at thoroughly: mix pfttary tehfr or tMChrn
ture, and before it is infested by wee acre | amount collected _____. n___ 1413.1 f"r nrhnol NI>. 4t) I Little Sprinm (''I r McCallPatlems
f<*r four .. ,
Copies of this chart be had balnneo due ._ __ 3.00 month -_ .,_..--., 600.00
vita Knough: seed should he gather may by | July 1 I. to n a For nnlarr of Unchrr or t....chrrp '
+ c-d for two gcjison'd' planting applying\ the University of Florida County Brhool tchnol No. 41 .ihcll..yi for four I I are best.
June 1 to balance due County School
month .___.
.-- ---- experiment station, Gainesville. I j fund ___ n__ ____ ? _ .._n 2I2X2IP For Marl- of --"'-. ._. 14000 '

: CATCH CROPS SA'lrl.ANTFOOD y nmount collected ....__'. _.___ 567.61 for .tchoot No. kachrr 4 J (Sampson or tenchrn) for 4 I I -- -- -

a FINANCIAL!ST\TKMI-NT COUNTY SCHOOL July, 1 to balance doe _n_ __ __n_ 1568. 1 monlha .---.- -- --.- -----. 110.00 I '

R The resting period of the Florida rcvnA. Fin and rorf.ltore Fond For for votary of teacher or* I McCALLPATTERNS
Monthly fln.ncl.I .tutrmrnt of Bradford June 1 to balanee due County Fin* and Khool No n 'iOuilford) for 4 1
\ farm camel during the summer for the Forfeiture Fond .___ ___. _. .. dM4 m..ntha u_.__ --.- ------.---.- KO.OO I '
r months just when more plant food eounly of Mny 1919. By amount collected, .... _.___ n__ 145.33 I Far Mary 1 of Oafhrr or teachen I

, ...i x will be lost through leaching than at R.Une May Gtnrr.l 1. I'S Krhoul| Fan4.u__...._ 3084.4H July I to balance due ._.._._ .___...- 33618: for four Mhool month.No.--44---t-Fin- --For..t-.- ) .for_ 180.00 for

a II 'j I any other time of the year. Most of Receipt doling month __.____Ii4*>ft.17 Total Sab-rVhoel F..r salary of tearher or te-...-- July
I' land Is and BO that Warrant bawd, during month _.12 90.11 Juno 1 to bal du. Total( Sub-School_ 15.65 for achoot N... hers I

the open porous Hainan June 1, 1014 . .. _?__I%:Il8: fly amount collected ........ ____.. 1"1.M montha -.- 49__Roberta____ ___)_for___4_ Now on Sale
the plant food, especially" the nitrates IMitrirl Nil. 'July 1 to balance due ____ ._ .___.. 75797 1 --- 14000 : N11 LM Car.
leach out during 1. I' Total Seb-gclwol Bond For alary of teacher or tp...,hr * right 1
and nitrites / Pnlane M., 1 1. 191* -_ ..._____. 111 OT .Jun. 1 to balance due ...___ _.__.. 719 04By for ..hoot No. 46 Ooat Dnlefor I 1411 Ctrl' DMA
the heavy rains. Growing crops probably KiHMipu durin month .. _. ...... 10497 amount collected .........00_____.. 196.>2 four month ...... ...... ...... 340.00
would not save all the food, but Warrant tamed durfnir month ...... 60 00 For salary of t** f' would take a large part of it. llnlane. Jun 1. 191* ._...._. Ji) .04Dlatrlct July Ito balance duo ______.___n._ 62373 for vehool N... 47 ( Randolph) /or I .M. DARBY Starke Fla.
they up N... 1. four .
W. T. WEFK9. month -- ---_ ........ 160.09 ,
1 C. K. McQuarne of the University DiUnc. May 1. H\i 114.OJ (Seal) Clrk Circuit Court For salary of traebef" or teachers I I -- -




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TOWS TAX NOTICE DFSCRII'T.ON' : Si*. T. R. A. Tax e" A. D :SCRIPTION. Ste. T. R. A. Taxre A. 'r -t p,

y ". herebY itlven that the following ilmcribid land will be sold at Public Auction SW of NEt A SF', of NW, ASWi OWNER Ooeta 1-Beg Nt: Car of NW4\ .f NE\4\ OWNER COlla Ilt tat Lh

," rut Mondni In, iflls. It belnv thu 6th itiiy of mid month at Starke. In th.i of SE'S 12 5 2120 Unknown ____ __ __ __ "i-j A non II 3Ut.l rt to a rt ot 1'r d
HrHilfonl. State.of HorWu. or 10 much thereof a* will ba nee..asry to pay theo N'j' of E>.j of SE'4 of :-;.:'., A W4 of thence W 111'1'11 f6 8 8071 Ct hi,
o ..i laMw hen In let opposite\ the name together with the cat of curb lalit end SE', uf NEV A S'j of NI.J of SW. A
> GIll'; ft N Ar7u. rt I. M g__nu__ sa 8 iii 4 A ,1 1ir18la ____ .___ ____ 10.26
? of N' SH of SW.tof Reg, '
-w\v'\: ( sol athW'CurofSW'ofNE4&<<
of \ A I
run A S6't.! N 8tll'1o Cto N 86111
DESCRIPTION See T. R. A. T..... ACoiU ; of 8F.1 of SWl' A W. of
> W 1461fq ft M ._._ IS 22
to 8 8
x-------- ::1 n Turner .. ''f4
OWNER SKI, of SE', A SH of NEo ofloOtaSf3 Slr Ii NIS 4 of NE4 less: 228 ft square __ __.. 1,11In
and all lot 6 of nik Caw 1Z 6 22 110 Unknown
Add to !Stark.-: Kino lot of I, 0.-.I-, ii,--12 -l In---Woodluwn-; ;- --::-_-_ 13 0 22 60 Unknown :::: :: :: _::: iU Cur SE of('NWI or. 8 8.10 of NKl:a.A2aInNW'boln 210 .:

I boun land of N T Rich W by lot .._. ______ 22 20 i +
,, 21,. 28 in Woodlawn 14 II l'nkn..n _.__ __.. 4.3H NB': Iran 10 In SW A
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J.iron lone A S by Pratt St... 28 a 22 T J Aldnrmall ____ ___. 796 tau 42, 65 In Woodlawn ____________ 17 II 22 20 Unknown ____ ____ _ 4.311 J2H ft wldiIT a.F nidi22 or "-IO"strip 4 4r
91 0 32
lltk 42 in Llvinimlon, Truby loOt US In Woodlawn _?_nn______ 14 II U 10 T 11 Hamby. n._ ___. -__ I.3H: Beg at SW Cot of SWI of NK> A a 34 N Alva Enejr __ _. '--._. SO 3.1a
uhdiviidon _ __ 00'___ 2B e 22 .lulluK\ Iintlor .. .. _.__ i.soMr Lot 3 In Woodlnwn ._ n_ -____.- Ill 6 2:1: 10 W H TarM ._ 2.38 run K 671"4 rt N Hod* 1 q
ft W T
r.-mplc'fi Add -- .n_ .._. 28 e 22 Eunice B Canova _. 47.70 :2 a. In NE: for of NE'4 of SW V,.___ 23 II U a l' III Bradley. ._ _,__,,_. a.18 ft. H HilO ft to In'* _ _______671"____ 84 22 10V O Caney .. .. .______ 9174f.HO
Truby Co. Sub- Lot I': II Olt's Sub-dlvllon of
Llvinvnton 15.
: |II| PI' of N\\"'' _ _ _
._ _
,, ..
lolon -. _n_ __ -_____ 28 6 23 Rae Cox ___'__ .. ____ 8.90 Fiwt I..t"t ---_ ____ __ ______ 24 8 22 Mary MoGiII ._ _________ 11.1 NM of NWV, of-- SEV- A n.SEl of NWk" 84 a 23 AO C II l.riin. 1':01: _- __ _.
lot 8 of Blk C of June Add SWI, of SI:'. of SW14 ________--____ 26 8 22 10 Unknown' _MO, __ ___.___ 480 of SFVi, a
i .' Starke -. _. _nuun____ 28 6 22 Mm B C Croft ._______ i.80 N'' of jlEI; of NEI, of SE'4________ 26 II fa I Rnfa III.Uao __ __ ._____ a.88 NE': ,, of SEl -except .6. a lunar In SI' 94 8 U tO Jaa 0 Johnson .......... 17IJa /

'IU| 11 an etend l on Fnney. map Com at SW Cor. of SW4 of SEV A Cot ____ _ _
_ ._ ._.. 84 22 K L OrilTI,
00- .. __ _....
riKinal Town of Starke n-. ______ U 8 S3 S n D.'nmarh .... 0000__ 81.26 mn. E on S..... line 410 ft to a rt. 6 a. ..i In SF Cor of NE': of SC., 34 tI 21 18R Unknown ... _. 3.8\1\!
., rot 105 ft aquar In SW Cor offcr'sE of beginning* N 860 ft I. 198 SS of $5I of 1:1.: :'., __ _._____._. .__. 84 a 22 to 00 n
W "t SW\ -_ -- n___ 2R 8 23 F W DHmri-M! E.t. _____. J.doMr ft. S 11110 ft. W 11)8) ft to but-_____ 26 8 22 A J. W Williams __ _._. 11.20 SKI.: of SFV, _____.__- ________ 94 tI 22 40 J 8 II A Carter -. ._._____. lOOrt1H02
Cor of BE", of SE14 I-"I 20 8 22 A E PriKKW __00_. 8.SS Lot SI: In Woodlawn _un____________ 29 II 22 10 (I'nkno..n __ __ ________ 211 SNt4: of NWi, ___ oo _______ 8 n 40 Marrow .. __ ..__.
I >f nik 1. In Llvlng-nton Truhy AC Lot 11 In Woodlnwn ___.____________ 29 8 22 10 Unknown __ _. ___ 1.15 SWI, of NWi. -A--N'v of--SW-- _._ R 6 Minnie (,iii| ,'r .. _. ___ II) AH
24 110
Add to Starke n__ ---- --__ 28 6 23 Jot W Edwards" __00____ 17.6R lota 23. .'8 I i. Woo Hlk S6 In Llvinioilon. Truby A Co WIof, tat 61 & S'3! of Lot 68 Inoodlawn nf NWI _ _
I ._.._ 86 A I'lla 40 J
sob div -- -n -_oo 28 8 S3 R M Ellenon ____ .. .. 11.25 \\ __00____ ___. _______00 30SW4 8 22 10 M V S. __ __ ______ a.u \l'4 of NKV of NWJ S I. n _n__-_-_____ 86 SO K A I. C'ol.-man _. __.____. IH.OI
4 4 "f Blk 83 In Livlninton. frubyA I of NE, A NWl, of SEVi____ 11 8 18 8. oh.m 'l'humu ____ ____ 9.43 S'. of NEIL: : A : of NWI, ____ 4 7 2 120 A II 1'k..1 -. N.7
,n flub div _ n n__.... 28 8 22 R M Elleraon __.. ____00 0.13 WT, of NE' of NI-l, A NW14 of Nfc1.* Wlv of SHI., of.ft t, __ ... 6 7 20 HO U W .b. .. ____._-_ 'I ,
,. .,: a lit 200 ft W of NW Cor of i A NI.. of SW4 of NF14: : _________ 17 8 18 80 n W Williams __ __ ____ 11.28 S'j of H'u' of Ld0&N'q h of -tat n 10 l'Inl.I.I.r ._ ___. a.44
Mii.ln.on A Headway Su A runV S'. of IIW', of NE'4 A NWl. of SEU N 12 ._ .7
IA' a-------------- 7 CO 41 .1"
ft to Oranire SL. N 110 ft. Kft A .::1 of I''< E''., of aWL __________ 17 II 18 80 Mmtln Shaw, Jr., _____ 1.0
\ 4> I\lalphll" __ _ 12.72 S'j of U.t 4 _____..._._____ .. 7 7 ao 40 I. T Shaw ___
_ _
N 100 ft. K 90 ft to hi,*. .. 28 A 22 Jai W Eddy _.__ ____ u__ 28.80 flE" of NW4 ______--________--._____ 18 6 18 40 hock Wlllianlo. _ ________ 1,96 sl..r Lot A _ ____ __ __ ___ __ 77 40 Unknown _.'00 .
t .f Hlk 82 In Johnii Add -- ._ .._ 28 6 22 0 J tanner __ ________ .78Mm Mof NE': __ __ ___ .___-___ 25 8 IH 411 Onk".n __ __ ________ 8.41 Com' 2(1(1( ( ft of I n line of n. SWl.i. -yf a O .. ______.. 44" -
:,, ft ..1Lot4&N 10ftf lot II' "SH.I4 of SKI oo .n ___ ____.._00_____? 26 8 184ft J h Futch h_________ 406 i on \ aide of Kir right nf way
IIIk 214t2 -A 22 D L Franeli ? ____ 27.noA "'Wl, of Nl-l:I.. & NW1, of SEI, _____. 29 8 18 80 EII.worth Truot Co. __.. 10.08 I\ N 274 ftN' 2110 ft to right
<>m at NK: : Cur of Klk C. Jane.. SWVi of. 8W, A W 210 ft of SE". of of "I way thence Nun said I right otWHV 4

Aid A run N 110 ft W 210 ft SW 1 II IV 48 T I. Will, __ __________ 8.42 to the point of bi-unnlnit in e\,
e I ft. E 210 ft to hew26. 22 Mr D L FranclaKlbert ______ 48.10 1111114 of S------------------------ 2 8 19 40 '1' 1. 1VIIIIa ____u___.____ &,42 Swi of SWC, __ . 8 7 20 I D.' lialnry .
t. 1 I. .-. 9 of nik C In Kmlnir'. add 28 a 23A Gnann ___. __ __ 40'i Ntl of Nfl.' of NEt, ________ ________ 11 8 U 10 T L Willie ____ __ ___ 2.08 loin ooo -
t Hlk 42 LlvinB.U>n. Trilby Ail N'4 of NWi of NW4 _____.________ 12 8 19 10 T I. Willi. ___u_ __ oo_. 1.9" lot 7. 10. II of lllk I In Ward (ly.. Klnreua Want .p I
div u. ____ _____- 2R U Julia Joodwlne .___ __._ 1.80 II'. of Sfl.' ____ _. _ .____-_ _-____.21 8 19 80 A l' U"k. ._______._00_. 12.0 lot I of lllk 2 In W.r,1 City ____MOO. Himua Ward
f nik 16 .___.____ 2M A U :Mra. Jennie Maud IIolTmnn 1 1.illi NW' of NE & 6.. In NW Cor. of r. 7 of Ilk II In IYnrd'llv _.___. 1.10"" .. O_ .. 1.11| 7t' "
t''e .,f Klk C In Rmlnu'n, Add 28 6 22 11) Hiek .____. ____ _- 3.60 SWI4 of NEi __ __n___________ 23 8 19 43 11 J Tbomu ,-__ _. ..._ 8.11I lot Lola 7 I I.of II of \lk 11 In Ward l.l, 00_ ". Wanl _. __._ .. j.jg r
Hlk In .' City_.._____. flonu' .
i "if lllk 41 In Livlnimton. Ik-,* 140 yd* a of NE Cur of NE'. of I \a. ---------9
to I r .. A Co. Sub T>1\' __ _ ____n 28 6 22 Jeaale Johnson -- -. _00_ 496 N\V, A run S 140 yd *.W 210 yibthinir Lot 0 of Hlk 1> In \ Cily ________ Hot-elm. Want ---------7 0 )1
lot A of Hlk 22 In City _____ Floes Want _
.,IIIk 4S Livininiton, Truby North 110 yiU : thince Kiiat \.1 OM. . .. l.J
H'' .ub div _ _ __00______ 28 A 23 Raymond Jackson __ __ __ 7.05 Jill yilH to bi'KllininK - .- . 28 6 1V 8 Unknown 7.17 NEI4 of SF' .. ______ __ __ _00 ___. 1 7 aD 4/1 Unknown -. .. .. ______ 8,44 r %
& n
111 !? LUinirnton. Truby A Co. Lot 1 :of: Dlk:: 13: ncconlinu: lo 3: W Put- 00 --- -- --- 1 111 a. of 41:1: of SW _____ _. 7 10 Ii Unknown .. .. .. ...... 1S

Out' h. __ ______ __ 28 8 23 CIllTord Johnson ____ __ 7 or. ton'n survey \\orthlntrton Sprintffl, . Unknuan __oM _-__ _00 1.12 tl.. of lot I. Inn Ry right of wav A l.-n. I '
1 lint
"t II of Blk B of Itialnu* Lot 1 of f rue'1 lllk *.! in \\ orthinittonLot 60 fix inn) ft on N .+du of By

t. \,101 J. -- -- 00--_ 28 0 S3 Mm Tareml. Levlton _. __ 4.OR !Il'rtn": _. __.n_ _____00_ _____--. Unknown ____ ._00 ___.__ 2.41 Null'for..r I'olond NWl.. Church _.. ____ ___... 18 7 to 81)\ J I Show _. _. .. ___.. 121 t .
II In Livinireton. ruby 1214. of Blk 26 In Worthington A K; 12 a. In NWI, .f

A ,if' Ilk AddM __ ____ _____ 28 6 23 Jaa Lane _.__ ____ _00_ 1850 Springs --00---- ..-._... ____.... Livlnealoa A: Chamb.rlln 406 N N\\'l. .' __ ._ ______ _____2 7 20 B2 Unknown _. oro II
i i. and frnc 1 Iota A. B of Blk loOt 3 of lllk 3H In Worlhinitton Sprinw I'nknown ____ __OM 2.41 tine:16 a of SE 4 of SFl: .___. __ 7 20 86 11.1.1, 111 .. .. ._ ____ 444 ;,
__ 21.75 of Lot 1 A nil lot __ 7 120 bin ... n Iln ft K of NW for of NW 14
If ,'n Johnii Add, __ __00 _-" 28 a 23 Mm Carrie Mill. __ __ sty( 4--------- 8 20 Chllrl..tttl Cul'n 12.42 of I
Hlk 45 LIvlnK-nton Truby >. NL'4 of Nl.:'', of SW, A E 4 a. of (UinK I'll ft mitiare ____ 4 7 21 1 Mm. .. .. 109)
f 1\1..hllr
4 C Illi.
It l A ', >ub div u __ __ _.-__-- 28 6 22 Honry Plitfor.1-------- 405 sl..r NW'4' of 81-:', ________.__. 1 8 21 14 Unknown __ 241 SFl: of Nl':', __ _n__ __0 ___ ___ B 7 21 4D" 1.1. .. __ ._ -O. Ik 44 7
SF. of NE'4 _.._ _00___ _n..._. 13 8 21 40" (tnknuwn 10.a7 411'1Ll of SI' ____o__ ________ M 7 al I"" I'nkn..n' ------------I 2427ft I
'1 if Blk 7 A Lot I. 2 of Blk Lots 1 A 2. and N 25 ncrtn of lot 3. 36W.J 8 21 121 linknawn n ____ __ \d.OM SW', of MI_, _- _____ -__. 8 7 al Unknown' _. _o _... __.._ .44II (l
Llviniraton Truby A Co cub NEi'I ( .' .I.t S'j of AHti of N' ) 0 7
8 in of SW'4 of NW' A NW'i, of :14) 141) NIIInkla------------: ( 1.
.___ ______ _._ __ 28 6 22 L Peterson .. _. __ u__ 3.15A SI. of SI.l I; of of SWI. 2 "
ditliion NE'i. 10 7 60
-- --
SWlj -- ____ -- .___ ________ 2 G 22 80 IIt.rk" C.umlw'r' Co _. __. 1226 2 Mnya .
at Blk NEi of NWi.N1t0 M
if Blk 81 A I.otii 1. 2 of NWI f
NW of NE M of SWI------------- 2NE' 6 22 10 Rev S 'f Wolt _._00___. 2.8M NE'' ; v
14 in LIvinicKUin, Truby A Co sub -- -- - 16 17 fl 50 H II
of Nt'4: A SVj of NF'4 A SE'4 --- Spennr 813
__ __ ___._ __ 2R 22 llannnh PnrUr .. .. _. .7 05 NW"t -IIWl.-:I:=I - -
.11, don n of NW, A NW\ of NW},, A E<" 16 7 91 121) Unknown -. :: .: .:::.. 12:HIIII
II'I :. ". 4 of Illk 8 In Temple' add 28 6 2J A B RHdnry _j .. .. .. 16.89 of SW' ..___. 4_ ._.____.__.___.__ 8 6 22 2RO'llark. 1.lIm..r. en _. ._ __ 51 l7I K'j of SE'S: A SUj' of Sin, of NUV A y
m al NE Sr' ,if NE'i A run W 100 ft to A ; -- SF' of NF' A Nl- ""i.o WJ, -.- -. 1 7 2 HI) I: II Join -. --.__.. .71 f
ft K Hit''' ft, N li'fl' ft to beiri ____ 28 8 23 Richard Roynolib _. __ _. 3.86 ; ' ; _
of SW ; A \\ of SE'4:: __ B 'I 22 82ft F F. Clln..vlI _. _ ______ 30ft7 N\\'I. a t M. 8.41
i n l.r ilk 85 Livininiton Truby SP' of NWI __ __ __ ___._ 8NK' 8 22 40 l'nkn..wn _.Oo__ __ 7.07 Wij of _. ____. __. ._. 7 8 HII" M 1 l.riirn _ ___-_. Mi
____ __ 2 KB 00 --- NT of NWV __ ___ _ _
.II' .ub div 2M 6 23 Fil. Rnney u n '' of 11:1': :', of I'oWli: ; lit JNWI, of -- --- a 1 40 N C'ar"'r _____ .
t .f lllk 34 In Pitk. Add26. 1 22 Viol Itniilenon __ -. __ .1>0 NW of Nt':: __ uoo__ 8 6 22 20 IIWRII"w" fopklne __ ___ 487 RI':'., of M.I:., A NWI of 1'1.:1.: nn. 4 7 au HII Mr* ('. Sills, oo 87.15> i
oo 0
Ie'' if Hlk I in \Vynnn Add, 28 8 22 9 M Spencer .. .. __ _. 2.66m Wlj of \ ... 4 7 22 20 (Unknown .
U N'j' of NW, nf NW''., hnh____ 0 'I 22 20 (leo A .Iuyoe ____00____ 6.21 I' -- -- -.-.-. 10.DI
11 ft1 of SW ('nr of Myrtle & II'y:' of W-j of SF', of NW', __________10 8 112 10 JI 0 'ru.ker __ ? ___.__ 1I.8M ..I'"r, : i\--r > ..r ofNWi I e
Maillnot SU A run W 106 ft. 8ri WI. of }:' of NlA m, of WVa. 210 t
E lOll ft, N tab ft to !.-". 29 8 22 Dr. Curtli Smith __00___. 2.l<"> of NK':'", A fc'j' of NI}, of 1:1.1. IINW 8 2:1: In/I/ Unknown ____ __ __ ____ 122/1/ P: I.'O I fl. N 210 ft W 41() ft
A lota 2 1 of ilk point of iHKlnninu ... 6 7 22! 2 Xlili,,, _
1, I if lllk /6 of Sk:'.. 12 8 23 40 I. A Evans ____ __ ____ 8.1 Kohiinon _.. 4 PO
U ", l.ulnuetnn'rruby, & Co mihdivJ" 28 0 ail Cleo: scott (Cool,) ____ __rr Wj of NW, ?of SW\, _00___________ 11; 6 22 20 I1nhnown' .__ __ 1.7/1/ P'j of NI-.i: of NE4:l 'nn___ ___ 5 7 22 20 JIM Clark 084
( !4 2H. 17. 38. 30. 40' of :'I' ... '. E'; of E'j of SW' of 8),;', ______00 12: 8 2a 10 I'nkn..wn _n.___ ___ __ __ 2,5.1NWI S ::1 n. of NW of SRI K of Itv__.. B 7 U : Joe Johnson, Jr . _.... 2.V4
r 111 In DowlinK* add __00________ 211 6 23 It A Thomll. ____ _. _OM: '7.05 of NE', of SWt, n__________ 11 8 21; 10 Unknown __ _. __ ______ 4.78 line i n. on N end of the W Vfc of NW 1 7
of lllk .11 in of Nl-l: r, of Itv _. __ 8 7 ail 1 llurrlit Odoni .
iit> H ">. in r K'' of SF'' of NWNE'\ '. of NJo .. .. 1.01:
I... niriton Truhy A If ft if loll H. ". Hlk 17 ____nh 28 6 22 'Jheo. 'llion 311)6) N'. of NW. of SB'\, _._ _n___ _______ 14SW ft 22 2'1 I'pler Enulo __ ________ 1441 Iliir M.I 2 ;elm, W S of of Hv NW ( _of. N.t_- : __-.8 7 Jt 1 talon Melt. .. .. .. .. 1.44

nl e .2..ftE1. Wby105ftN& of NE''., ___ --_ ______ __..____ 18 8 11:1: 40 Ransom 1I..noldi __ ____ 7.06 SWi .or ,
lot 4 run H rim t: 10 rlw, N Srhn
Mm mngwny'n
.1 IT K end of n I ,
One lot (A! on vast skin. of the 12 acre .
& hounded. 10 by Innd of Mil M J met of land btlonirinv 'In P C.Gnodulne W 10 In bin W 1 a '{
(,rc..r S by Hoyt St------------ 28 6 23 Unknown __ __ __ __ __ 8.80 'In N' of Mof: SW'i 2 a. .8 7 22 I Mary Joiner ... _____. r.SW' ./
\ b undi-d E by Myrtle !St: .. H by bound. north .by Wm Hull and '. of NWi., & HV.J of NWI, of 8E' H 7 22 Jai Clark .. .. _. _.__ l.f) '
Mndimm St W by land of I. A. _ _____... 1 A.ln ; :': NE''V, 4 NW' of $.; 1.16
Kiiuth by Sarah Si-ott 21 8 23 Mack __ __ __ ______ 11.40 jlFIp'
- '
lla> !I. Jr.. N liy '" Src. line un 20 6 23 Unknown _--- -- -- ____ 8.40I Com at NW Cor. of bind owned by of SI?: . 10 7 23 leo Paul' Mm ._ .. _._._.. tO.11 11
LI I .\ torn at SW Cur of Myrtle AVi.dii.on EKIrn King on E aide of Ry A: M":' of SK''I'', _ n. 10 7 22 20 Unknown -. __ _ +
SU A run S Ui5/ ft, W run E: at right an...... to tanl By ', of NII;I A NPl of NW4 A 8.1 I
I Irft.S105ft.W" 105ft.N210> to E line of Sec 21 A thence N on SI/, of 8W'4 A BIT" __-_- II 7 22 860 Paul Hro _. '_ _... 14 LIT l4
II. E 210 ft to bi-it. 00 ___-__._____ 29 6 22 TTnknown _. __ __ ____n 4.50Mm. aid sec line to center SI. thence Won SWi of NE' A 8WV, of S};' of
0 7 of nik 11 ______ ____ 28 e 22: Weeki __ __ 4770 NWI ___._ _
.1 l 8 00 Mjpy aid St to Ity. thence S nlonit Ity - .._. II 7 28 80 Unknown' -_ .. .. .. .. erji. a
,\ ..r,, S ilih., of Sfl Ii of SF' boundedN I.. "pt of b..... in b'j' of Nl-.l: .x. All l 12 7 22 6<0 "Paul lira .. .. _....._. I
t.j I<>. E by land of Drlirin-nt such Ism orIenre an have NIC', of NE'', -__ 13 7 a 40) Inknowl. .. ._ ___... adl.7 ;,

s hj J W And'wI, Jr., & W by heretofore been d.'(did .. __ -___._ 21 8 2i1 14 Loule Ouron _. ._ _.___. 11.00 All . ___ .. 1 7 11 8141 I.... .. ., _____, 66,0,1 (
__ __ ___ 975M. .
A Welll of NI.
W tmorilnnd' 29 22 H J SE" of Hlk 6 S of R ;.1 1 W In Timple K'j : A NWV, of & NF(4'(

."I ..f lllli t I ilvarcx nl.i. 2H 6 22 B. Wilder __ __ _.__ 4.111 ub dlv __ __ _._. _00 ___ 21 6 23 8 J.nnle SI.7I01. ._ .. ____._ of NW I '. A WUj' of NfY* Sh / 7 21 400 Paul Item ____ .. ___.. 4,41.| ,
..k. 'I I of Hlk _" In 'lempleH 28 6 22: J. O. William __ __ __ 486n All .S of It 2 W A all P'6:' SEl of MWl: ._ .__ 00____ 7 fa 40) Unknown _, .. _. .. _. fi.44
,. .if ill It in in Livlnimton, of"rllkr8"8 k01 U 3 W, Ivlnw. in NW I4 SWI}I of SKV -oo O _- __0'_ 1 7 .3 40 Unknown -_ __ _. .. ..
__ __ .._. 28 6 22 L Mott ___ __ __ in'0Tux NKi SWI' 11.41 I
I'" & C.? uild oo n of SE': & NB' of 8In..emp.. ...* NI.r, 01 ;: of NEi: A Btu I

SII.AS "IT. nub div --_ - -- -.- .- 21 8 aa 7 Jennie 81,1. __ __ ____ 002 '., NW' linn 2 In SIS
Collector. Town of Stnrkr. Kin keg nl NW cur of SW' of 8W Amn 'or ._ __ ._ _ .00 .20 7 a 188 Unknown .- .. ..... 11,28 ,
_ __ -oo- S Til yde, K I4u ydu, N 70 yd.. N'-, of W'1 I ,' 12 A. In SBrornir
h. -- W 1 Ito nli, to pt t of tag unn__ 22 6 lIa 2 EUlEon" COlt .. &.8a'' 21 7 22 AH Unknown __ eve. .
NOTICE.: NW of I NE'' of SE'i; __ _0000__ 23 6: 24 JO.I JI! Starllne __ ..-..... 8.14 All -- .._ __ __ _ ._____ HAll 7 21 640 Paul' Hnm __ '. ___._. 8.07
M:' of NW' of SW ', --__-- ....-- :21 tI :25;: 10 Swallow A lloPklna ______ 4.71 ._ _ .. _ _. _ _. .24 7 22: 640 Paul how _- ._ .._ 6807 '
". n" i i ly' uixn that the following d..scribe. Ian,,-. will be gold at public. auction Mof: 'I SH'' u . u._ __ u--._ 28 8 ail .0 Unknown -. _. __ .__. 1'7.811 .111. __ __ __. _ ___ 2B 7 22 640 "Paul 'Hnm _. .. .II_.. 66,07
I i M"n,'In In ,\U"ot.HIH.. it iHiw, the day of mud month IK for.the W :1-1\ of SW of SW A 8' of NW'' of NE's a N'. of NW14 n__ 30W 7 22 120 Paul how 00__ .. ..__MO. 19.110 ,., of"I ".r HI :stnrki.;, In Bradford County Slate. of Florida or .o much thereof a* will NW' of SW u" -_-_ 28 8 iIiI 40 'l'h... Tllon __ __ __ __ 24.69 ,. of SWI' of NW't _r ____ .27 7 22 20 Wnlu hooker I __ _ _._.
" i i?,. pay l ,ill.- amount due for taxm mt opponllo Iho came. together with the cot SE'i' if NI.i: ; nbout K acres 00 4 In NW C'or of B'i' SW/, of NWI', N 1.1
f I" ,'. .,nd a.h.rtl.ln" off Ennt Hide and :3 I BCI-VH in NW cor t'xe. pt I n. for .bl"h _._ ____00 ,27 7 22 8 Jennii Illckann .. .. _._.
and .1 I errs in SW corner, ; and N- N': of NEi/, A SWi/ of NFVi A E54 t 1,4
Taxea A 131 of SF'I. : I i.xci-pt about 4 eyesIn of NW'i' A NW, nf NI'-- 7 22 910 Pall Mroa -. .. .. ..... II {7 V1
flESCRII'TIOO: Soo T. n. A. OWNER: Cot NF. corner and I acre In NWcorner tot I It of ilk 4. Sub Dlv ._ l

'F '-oW'' _-_____.______ 24 4 19 40" A J Wllklnion _________f 4.41 __ __ u _- .oO. 27 8 2a 80 Then TI.on __ __ __ _.__ 32.84 NE', of NWY.-_ o _.n__?... a 7 23 John Smith _. ._ .. .... 941
I C'' .r NW'. _____________- ao 4 HI All Goo William .. ________ 7.07 Com on N line of NWli of SE', onE NW'., of NI ___ nh__ 7 980' Cleo H Yerifer .. ___. B,4j
N 1 SW'1 --------------.1: 4 lq 40 W P nylor _ - aIde of Church, St. & run tt on .:' of NW'., __.__ ._ __ 82 7 2: au Unknown .. -. .. ......
E'' , 'n:' __ _hn_______ 19 4 20 40" B Fletcher Trustee __ 707 n.I[ St 70 ft, L 210 ft. N 70 ft. W All N'j' of NWIi. A N of Ity A NW/, 1.4 ,

n' ",d,) 4', of hot 6 00 _____.___ 19 4 20 80 Unknown .. .. __ __00__ 1.39'SE' JIO ft to 1..K _ __ _-.__00___. 28 8 23 Eugene Gnllnn __ __ ._ _. 2.111 of SW" , _. ____ __ n._ __ 8 7 a 4 Paul Prow -_ __ _._._... 473
I . n _.____ 2:1: 4 211 80 ITnknuwn ._ -_. ._ 17.HI: Cum at PE Cor of 8Wh of SW/, A run SKI of NW' A H'j' of SW!, &: W !,
II ___ _______.____._ 19 4 21 640 W K Allen Sr. ______00_. 68.95 W 7115 fl N :.115\ fl NE 60S ft. K 208 of SE"----------------------,- 81 7 22 900 N I' aulhon 20A$ I
E"INN'4&S'1' ofNE'i&Sof' ft thence E 171 ft. S 11(12( ft to boy. SRi of SKI, 1 7 22 40, Unknown __ .. .. .. .... .
'iW'' S4j(, .___oo ____________ 20 4 21 630 W R Allen Sr. __________ 82.:16 Also| certain, Inndn S of Mn IISiarkmnn I.,, at SI- ('or of NF'/ of $"', A run
!-ol. ::0W'";, _.__ unn____________ 21 4 21 80 W R Allen Sr. ________ ".30 A W of Ity In SI,'/, of N 210 y..... W 110' yd*. I 210 1.1.. I

",% r NE'', W'!. &: SWH ot SEi SW ___ __ __u_ - ____MO. _oo 28 8 22 10 lIm FJ F Johm ___... 28.7M E till yda to beg -8 a. _nn___ 1 7 92 6 F.1 Mi-Ha.1 .. .. .. .... 171
If'' "f SE'!,_ 20 4 21 620 W R Allen' *t 112.36 lot II. It. 7. H of ilk 111 In Stnrke...... u Wi'j of SFl': of _____ __ u___._ 8 2< 9c Sythmure-------.. a.HA
'i''' .: _--__ __-_ -====:::::::::::: 3o 4 21 640 W R Allen Sr. :::::::::: 61.IHRAO I.ot :a I of Blk 10 In Starke___________. Mm Jennie A Maude t1"NU. 1I..lTman_.___ __ ___. 111.7" SE'' of NW' ,, Hf\ '" of NWV A I 1 1

'-: E'" ot SW'., & SE----------! 31 4 21 Unknown' ___ n noo 116.111 S 4', ft of Lot 4 I A N III'. ft of Lot 11.91 8W' 8 I 22 aOI N P liuthnn .. .. ____ 0
l.f ___ n_ -____________ 82 4 21 820 W II Allen Sr ____n__ 8016 6 of Hlk 20 In Starke. H W f'ranel. 8 I 1-1:t of'lhe F 3-I.r SI..t. .f'Nr'i'ANP :
-- 00.'r ___
2:1 40 Nero Rawl. ____ ____ 405 __OM 38.28 > of NFl A NWI of NK'i;
.1.1. ''d NF; -____--____ 23 4 : un Blk :11 In Htarke a* extended on KnyMnp ,
-' . nr NW'1 Sit" ____ M 4 22 452 Mr -- n. ---- ---- ---- MO. S It lJ'nmark __ _. 46.79
'' ot I'EI, SE' ot S\V'4---- 10 8 IH 80 W W
-oW'' of SE'S .___nun_________ 25 II U 40 J. ('. Camell _____---. B.42 Add to Starke In W'j of NE', 28 6 a3 Jaa Lane __ __________ 16.08 of HWI _0 0 I 22 820 Unknown _. .. _... .... SB.76II ,
4F M NE'4 __ _______n_____________ U 8 16 *0 W W Chlnholm But ._._ 1342 Lot r of lllk II in Livlnicmon. Truby Wit of Wi." of NW''., F.lj: of E': of
t I. 1r ______ 88 8 1M 40 F P Pick ______.______. 6.42 NW' A SWI" of SK:> of NW, A
NEI' 00________________ A C'" Ad.l lo Sturke - ---___.. 28 8 23 Owen Gnt""n"r _. ._ ___. 10.U: f ;I,Ia1 a" \ ,
W'' of SWL 4 ________-- -________-- 8 8 10 40 Unknown .. .. .. ...... 7.07 Lola II, 6, 7, H, n, in of blk 31 In SF' of SW' of NW''., A NI',: of 1
E: "I 8WI' .__ _oo __ ____________ 3B 8 l't 41)' UnknownS .... .... ..__ 1087 Ingaton'rruby A (.... Add I to Slarke 28 8 n J J Thom.. 4.911 NW' of \WI. A W'. of SH'; ,, of y
W .r SE" __ _- -___-- __ _--. .- 2 6 20 40 Unknown .. __ .- ______ 4.44 Lou :1:I I. I I. or W'" of lllk a. In I.Iv.fnirnton NWi of :> A \'I., of NKl: of
;1.\\"' of NE'; IIEl: ot NwVi W\\ Trashy A Co. Subdiviniun HWI of NWi II 'A 120 J D Illltbrnndt __ __ _m 18.01

,.r SWh ______ ___ n___._______. 4 II 20 160 Unknown .. .. ....___. 1681 of NK': of NI.i' --- -- ---0028 8 23 Ifn.e COlt ____ _ 4.90 ri-j of NW A N 10 n. of t.'A' of
V & N'J ot 8W'; & N'+, 0' SEl.! 6 8 20 HO L.nkm, .. .. .. .. .... 4204 Loin I A 2. or E''" of lllk 2H In l.iv. 00 -- 8W.', A F II a. of SC'i of SWI',
SEC' ,.f NE''i & NW", ot NE\ Ing O.n. Truby A Co. Suhdivinionof . A H'/j of NW'', nf -::14 1..4.. In

Sf:' or NW,', Wry ot NW'. A SI':' of NT'i' -- oo----__ 28 8 23,1l1rord Johnson __ __ __ 4.00 HW Cur A MWor SKU; A NVj of ,d
w''' ,.f SW 4E'' e'"It, tote I. Lot I of lllk 12:I in LMnirnton, Truby 4p.; of 1'1'4 A BM of NI'ot':
I ,01 l .11\ 4 _ _. _ 10 6 20 430 L'nkpown ? .. .. ______ 41 f 02 A Co Subdivision of :NK'i. of NK'' 28 8 ail Edna: Jackson ._ __ 2.8M SK' (en. 6 a. In NK Car------ 18 I 22 106 Brooklyn Land Co .. _o. I 21,50! ,
ComNV. .., ">F cor of Sic 13 & run W on W'" of lllk 11: In l.lvlnirmon. TmbyA All l of SWI of Nl-i: N of Ity -2'1.. A

", r ." -:; cHiiInn. N 2 .d.-"...... W Cn. Subdlvlnlon of )NK', of NK1" 4lllk e aa R M Elleroon __ __ __ all S.:'", of Nh':' A / a. In NU:
-, ,h-I I II I Ikii to Ry rl"ht-ot..ay. IH. m, 1'ruby -- 12.26 Cur of Sij of !'ofl.; SKI: 11SWi I 22 71 Unknown _. _. .. ...... 811 f
, A Sii/' _ __ 15 24 ildO N I' (million' ._ ... .
o-I. rly on mii.l right of way & C... Sub.livli.ion of NKi of NRl 28 G aa n M EUa..un __ __ __. NIIur I
r'' l It'' ,nnwe, line. tlu-nro S on end Loin 3 A 4 of Hlk 4n. In Uvir.iri.ton 141H Flj: of .. :' o SK', of "SE'17 22 60 Unknown __ _. ._____ 7.01 C
[Ism.' I't' Ivy in S'j' of 4P'i. 16 .,._ 13 II 20 18 N W Horn -_._._________ 11.81{ ruby A Co Subdivinlon, ..t NK'., Wl of SK: ) of NK1: __ 23 8 I 20 Minoan I.Ih.1 2.5

..r SW' ex. 2 a. in SW Cor____ 15 II 20 88 Javld l' Coffin' .__ _. _. of -- - . ._ 28 8 23 1111I., Brown __ __ __ __ 2.0M Hwy.> of ;' li... A In Ni': Cor-
NF'' A NT', of NW, A 8'-.. loOt ::1 1 ofF111k 41 In Llvinirxton 'rnhy n,'r A I II:I-' if NW' A N.:',. of a

-iW'' or NW', A W'.. of SH" A (b. Subdivbilon of NK'i' of NI': ', 28 8 fa .I..m. 1\1\ Franklin __ ___ 1.11 SW A MI-I': of SWi' leas 10 AIn .
'1W'' A Nh of SW-1. (e ciptICK Lot 2 of ilk 4.. in Livlntrnton. 1'ruby SI rormr a I 22 1HU Brooklyn Lund ( .. .. 10.2

.. in SW Con. A SE' of A O, Siibdlvlnlon. of VK';', of SF;' 28 8 22 Julia omlwine: _. __n__ 2.HM It M. IMMVMNC:, Tax ( '"Jh'du. I'rinlfnnrd County, I'l.i. ,:SJNO
I\ rt Dor.'. in NE Cor. 1 15 6 20 228 Unknown n'_ ___ n_ 262U Lot ::1 I of Hlk 42 In Llvlnicnton. Truby
F' M-1:' of SE', of NW: 'I. 15 II ao II Chrlll C. Hurkh.rt _- -- 2.13 & Co Stih.llvli.ion of NK1: of NK''., 28 8 22 Jolla Butler __ __ __ 2.H.
4 ''r VW O.r of NB'' of NW be. W'-j of lllk 41: in Livinunum. Truby
'1.0 ft. e------------------ 17 II 20 4 R l'of U"e _.__....____ 1.88 A Co. Suhrilvudon of Nfl, of NF'., 211 8 aa .I... Johnson _ . 3.111 III 1.1: OF -:/ .... K*'br Siuvlnl, Tin Dmtrirt. Khali I
::10 . f lit '. (except A ncrni In SE Loll t A 4. or 1'1'' .. of ilk 41. In N.,ilr,' i I.> )' "I'n \ .I.onnl. mltlave and further to elrel
?,', r, _ _ _ IH II 20 81 IInmuel W. Brown ____00 3.41 inirnton. Tr..hy. A Co. Subdlviaion, lit''n' .f 0 rrrtaln. Writ of I I ""...... IhlM terrlUiryn\ be ... .1 r
'.'1. r 8W'2' \ II 20 40 1\1" W A Owen. _._.___. B.eS of NE''?, of Nf:' -- - ---- 28 132 J J Aaron _ _ 4',0, .f und mill,'r the. Seal ?.. 1..11101 at 1161 ennii-r Sfc-e".'. ,
\\ ''I l 1 SI-.' _. 22iF' 8 20 40 DIn Ch.rlotte Coffin _OM. M.73 Lot 2. :3 1 I. 4, of Blk\ 4A. In Llvlnii- t tt" Aliu-hnit ('..unl,.' :. tbehe. W.Ht along the I
SI' ?I :; __ ___ _. _-nn. 25 8 ao 40 t.'nknown __ _. _. _____. 6JN ....n, Truby A Co. Subdivision. uf (lui. .r .1 I ."". J.M, 1UIH, In ( , I nl New Idv.-r lo H.W. ."""'r ..f Ore.
r SW'4' _ -_ -__ __ _.- 26 8 ao 40 John I' CufTin __ ___.__ 7.061 NK'', of NL' -- -.-- SHE'j 6 22 I.i.ln.ot..n. Tr..y. to C., "t'4 w I.torso'nrmea' I A P. iili'm .nru Wtal alon.* lu line dividing, Ip.
..\1 . I \F', n_ __ ____00 __ 27 6 20 40 I'nknown __n__ ____ ____ 4.44 itl Hlk 47. In liv nu.l..n. T nth r& 1 ion iin,I..r th. lawn of the I to the ".4 Hrrllnn lim. of iK-eliun 4.
W "r SFE'. of SW'i____n___ 29 II 20 180 Virgil Edwatd. _. _. __ -. 88.78 ('U. Subdlvlnlon of NK'i'' of NE", 28 6 U Unknown __ -_ __ _ 8 rol I. plHintilf, nn.l Mm. I II ): l ... 21 Kant tb.ineinuuth on laid 1 t.
L', .1 I .6 of Blk 3 McKinney: Add Lot 1. 2. 3, 4. of Blk 3 In Temple. Addto ant ."r. In Innt ,110" 'tl...' line to lino Soul, li .f Hwtfnn 14. .
:V. lake ____.______. 80 5 20 Lake puller Ice A Ek'e' Co 18.,8 Starke d th. 12th of iViut mild H tlii line ,
w Huller n ---- -- -- ----- ---- Alva II Rmin.y _. ? ___ 10.91 i.n day JIO. .. 1 1.
'- I..r lllk 4 in McKinney Add Ull lemnlen. Addition to Starke.. 2'1' 11 U 1\1... Eunice: E.: C..n..n _ :F, .\. ty and HI.t.. a tranttrript i.f : Corner of Section 17. To.
.r r New Lake Hutler._ _. _________ 80 II 20 Unknown __ .. -. _n... 4.118 Loin 1. 2. :1. of lllk 27 In Temple( Addto "a'lH'vn duly mionlxl' In thu, I' ". 22 I-nut, Hi.) 'urn north on litid
I' .' r 'dnir 128 ft N "f SE corner Stark --00.n_ -- -- .--oo-.. J G WIIII.m. ___._____. 8.51 Iradford f'ounty. lor.I. ax bunt of bevinnioif' .
Hlk '' In orlirlnal Town of Lake Loin I I. 8. 0. II of Hlk H. In Klainic fully at>lan, I W . t:,via' I I Htiirlinir. J. H 1..h'r. W. K: ror. I
l It'I'r<',,' I, and run N 61 ft. W 105 ft. Add to Starke -- . -- -. -.-- M" Terressa' 4."" Iradford County, r'I..rl'I., J, M Itimler. ,J FL J. W. l.rlf. ,
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1'l ft. E 105 ft to point of be- Lot 8. 9. he followingd.norlbi.l rrul r'. Ki-ddinu J. If Hanu, J. II. IC'WI..y,

v vnnn.?__ __ ____ __ _..n_...... 80 8 20 S. A. Draper 00.----00- 211.111 Starke 8 M tlp.n.... .. .____.__ a.u onl f"ult1. to-wlt I."in I : It.I.r. .I s 4npp, J.,.,. ...r. r.
L 0", I 2 of Blk 11 In B L. New. On. lot In Stark 110 fl N A S x 210 ft Idum to the '1, r. J.I W "l.eikifiii,, L. J. Smith. I.. M
.. m. add to Luke Butler In N' r /lot H ____ oo ____ ______ 80I 5 20 Mrs V 0 Scarborough ____ 2.08 N by J It flavin. W by lund of H een.. the north rnd .t Lot. .kin. Hit, I I. y K..n... John I Urllfni." S.
rot 11: I N of Ry In T. 10:. Dekle'%. *cc- L Il'iuir, S by Hlk C of Jones Addto *'!om'a Ad,Ittfon 'he ... I II I II, :" r. W. J. HtalllnK. .. J. H,
."I. add to lake Butler _00_-____ 81 II 20 furry Williams _' ______ 466 Stark --.- .--- -- ---__... 28 8 22 Dr N W Fnnebl. __ _-___ 311.08 I..r. and being In S..cuon | W K K..mey.
4 'nI ". SW Cor of N'i of Lot 4-___ 81 II 20 6 MI'I C A Knight (help4.111) B.irln at a point ::1'"' ft ?..t of NW 20 1lna.. the Mnmo iitr'" .arH I I Iliinnl of Publla Imtmetlnn, of Hrad-
., ". '.I'l''''. 11 t In Town..nd'. odd to Lake corner of Mitdmon, A Hruodwav Stn, at puna.211 of the .".hll '",,,,ly In I 'r.'by order, an election to
I I'ill,'r __ _._ ___- 31 II 20 ::1 C T.rvln ., .___._ '.111 and run went 144 feet to orange County, Florida. I:... I.'. I, K. i..r .chat home on Saturday Ail"
f',- f NWt", A SW of NW,* ____ .11 II ao 120 I'nknown ____ ____ un__ 13.I\H Street North 110 ft : Flint HI" ft ; and X. b-lntr nil of Ik'ck I 16, r.lh"k""A", "I 1..1.. uurtmaea out in the for.
\ Nr'' of NW N of A C L Ity 17 8 21 II Mre. Florvnee Cob _____. 6.11 North I'm ft. East w ft. South tuu-dlvl.lon of the .I W p I : I I I ,I. , and fur purpi-, uf
"ni' ?, NW Cur otEI; Of SE'' tin ft o beginning. in Stork -... 29 8 ail J Waddy ._ _00. 2.1.81S Town of rlhioi/iin' HI.ron.' I[ \ .", I.Ktlon the fur l.wl'Ig .' h.ld.
run S 601 ft to a Pt of be*. thence I lot of land 2111 ydn north and. nouth and bong ,. "'""n 2x. Tp 1 : I I. "n "" ,olnt: J. M |IeOler. J. W. ):
r:. -lOft. S' SO ft W 75 ft. N 8 ft by l.n I yard >:*..t and W.-.I In and will nwrr It. lame for and J' r. Ad
W '111 ft. NK2 ft to belt 00 ____ 18i 6 21 S W 71111. _. .. .. ____ '7.40 noutheant corner nf RO; '' of SEVi 29 6 22 a MI'II A E Oi""p" __ __ 8.U fifth .lay "f \.mu.t. A. D T n. I'lNIICJI.HTEIl. 3 ,
.rnmonie .t NK corner of lan.l told tot The 8 l'j a. of the folluwmir, deacrib. lh Monday.. m' i-md month, I ""( Hoard. Public
: Kite and run north IOB ft. ed land to.wit I'p".t pt 210 fl ales dnyu/ r.f IH"w. 'n tli. .mnljr Placid l"oruoU"n. r
th nc' Went 108 ft. thence 8 along. S at NW Cor of NWV of SE4 A ale. in rh',' n t the Court :
.ad,,l line 101 ft. thence r.a.t 105 run S 7 "li'lOO) e...., E 4 H'Mui' eh*. Starke In.r'la. and Mtll ,, : POJ'PELL. i I ;
,lo point of beirlnntnic __- -.__ 18 5 ill A L Clww __ __ _._____ sal N 7 30-100 eh*. W 8 80-100 chi to il ,h.Ht r'l,I I..r t .," .. for (" Superintendent and
1.1..r NW' of NE1 lt: 1.3.. also bag In NWi, of IV 6 n 1 Mil! 8.111.! ;M.Iphun __ ._ I.n t.i ,Pity f... 'i,.J.i said : I Srt.r
com at NE cur of NEt of NW F 13 1-8 .. of SEVi of NFL' __ _. -. It 11 113 13 A..1I /. ..uud __ __ _._ Llil HutUfy mill.cutloil, cool"
A run W132y.IeS1162.3y..E. Com 6 1.:: Chi W of NB Cor of SWi, J. -
1 112 y,I.. N 146 2.1yde to be... .I a 20 II 21 1'7 0 C "pp '.il8 ..r NE'' A run S ))2: 'u oh W f1.. IIK. Shr ''r. R''adfml (' : I IF 0
s .- i ' : eh.*. E A 1-1 ehn to...." 11 6 at 4 Pit it n_ .20 : n Na't' I Mtnrney for NOTCE ,F.NAI. IICtAR"i
com .t Sfj wr Of jfE'i of NAV14 .\1! :1'of' SE'' E of Ry-6 a. _____. 82I. 6 U II Unit!. .
run N 14A 2-8 yd*. W 112 ydn. S L' I of Blk I In Llnroln City.______ kfary 1 l.a2I. i I "th after date hereof f w'I, I v
SWI14' =.' y ..>: 132 y.1. to be... 4 a- 20 II 11 J7 A T Lapp __ _' _.___.___. 1.21 !I. !1. I I. 6 "t Blk 16 In Lincoln City. Aaea 1 LOIN IOTCI '' ..0 ,Hnnl\ account lo t,>>.
of NWV __ ._..__00__ ___ 25 11:11: .0 J F. .1 W.lnwnwht -___ 111.06 ) of NW of NW-Vi n I a. onnd ( A. I.rdlne.: County .1. ,
!F.A.. in NW Cor.oo of 3W I4 of SWV-- 211I/ 21 1 Arthur B Alvares -. .--- .'711 W .- I a Vault IAt ____ 00 .____ 11 8 It laf.. ; I hrs., L4I r.. The U""r.ho Board of 1 ouniy .10Pd.k 14
of SE' _._. .. ____ _._. 28I/ 21 49 Arthur Alvarvn --.--__ 10,97 3 a'"' HW (.or of SW of NW'x W tion, ... t .
Lnt* 2. 8. 4. or tf. |n ME Or NEki1 5 IIJ 11. bin S.UI. MalphuN _. ..SI of Kf __-___ _oo __._00.3 6 23 1 _I." r _ 4 W lt.. .,la. R ." ait'l M. A.. U.I' .
II III P7Eula W 5lauil.y _.__.__ :ta.711 About 4 a. In 8W CoP of NWfc of I th- und>-..l . i .
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i i 6 22 k' 'nknown .._ ._ __ u__ 218NWI of sw >.r SW ticM 1 ore for ...1 nn o..I..n 'h d, .;IIWHf)3.
ot NE'4 SEot\ SW' ____ 1: lIl If Carrw 11 lMr'n": -- ..__ 9: 4. oh ..on __ n _. _._ 33 8 23: 10 t'nkr MI __ __ .. ______ '.31 t.rruo'y .."1.... .d. ,n thf mo. .\dnm, tlrntor.Er .


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j. 1 I' 2 I-I Le..t anj brought their pllOCO- I Lewbi, of Jacksonville, Mrs.-:- Marie !iRebba, were the guests of Mr. and I I Gen. Perishing's offin.i -. -,
; graph. The music was enjoyed until Williams and Misses Wilma Parker I :Mrs. G. W. Anderson on Snday. I of.operations along I tlu -, r_ Jil'I h

.I'' u- a late hour. Olive :Murrhee[ and Mr. Broadwaywent :Mr. Colonel Addison and family, of by Americans makes ,I' I :

I, I :Mr. E.: E. Neal and :Miss :MaryVar- bathing in I Santa Fo lake Sunday Fit/gerald (in., are visiting :Mr. and I tion of heavy Gemmari.t', ..,,

yen u'ompulllcdlis8: Ida Warren to afternoon. All report a nice time. 1 Mrs. J. W. Addison this week. inents near :'01 u Ihou ('. In.\ ;:.

I I 1' County News Items I .Starke Sunday afternoon, where she Mrs. J. C. Pad ptt has returned ,1 Mr. %V.V.. Whitten spent Wednes- also reported that Gi; n "'

took the train for a few days visit home from Plant City where she has i day and Thursday in Jacksonville on Ii"' very active in that -.<.., 1 :. "/-n":"'
with relatives .
in Jacksonville. I Imsiness.
been visiting her son r.i'l '"nusrhter: | t
: ; Misses Elma: Johnson and Jessie ,I Misses Susie Mae Beasley, of Tnm- .
1'1 tI Gathered During the Week by Our Mr. A. G. Padgett and :Mrs. E.:; G. Jor- ---
InUr.*tln, Mue Baisden visited Misses Inc/, pus and Ruby Browning. of Dunedin,
1 dan. While there she visited Tampa No. 70
,I Regular Correspondent Louise and, Reelm I Haislop. St. Petersburg, Fort Dade, Anna :Maria are visiting. :Mrs. Rhoda Sapp this t Ki-niiri of th. (',mdu, ,,,,, .,,
L. Death of child week. L THE IIKADKOKI ('fll"., 1'\ i II
-- beach and other sea coast to'ns.She \\K
-- r At SturUo. In this .
\ - __ This community was shocked on says she likes South Florida fine. i[ :Messrs. Shepherd :Moore and Tate I the CloaO Of bUHiniflK Julie J'MIf.itnna "',
''f Thursday to learn of the death of Mr. Christian fnd'uvorh't'tinJl'; : J I Denmark and !Misses\ Helen] Nauright ltn.iircrs
j TIIEKKSSATheresst. Blanche, attended church at :ijardiaSunday. :; and Mrs. Frank :Morgan's youngest of I nnd Pens: Whitten spent :Monday afternoon o'n: wal astute ; ,.,
:Miss Frances :Murrhee president LiinnM, follatem, Si child. The family has lived in this the Christian Endeavor invites !: lit Kingsley lake.I than Hi-nl Ealate _ > ,
everybody '
!, I. ). ; .luly !Thurdsay the :Mr. :Seclicr:; Edwards: and sister, :Miss I section for the past fourteen years to attend the Endeavor meetings I I :\ T. C. Sapp anti daughter, Lena, All/ ipthvr 1-onna und Pincnum' '

4th of July the people or this com Kuby und Elmer; and :Mr. Everett until last winter when they moved to every Sunday night at 8 o'clock, und Mr.[ M. E. Sapp ,of Palmetto, are Dvprdrnfta Unlti-il Stutl-a-,----.-;"r.t.l.ih.-rty I J",, ,.!'

; ) munity nil gathered out on Crystal Edwards attended church at Sadw the Wateroak section, where they IIUWlive. '(guests: of :.Mrs. Rhoda Sapp this week. Honila' ..

a 1 and,, :Magnolia lakes and l had a picnicdinner. Sunday. They have the sympathy of this promptly. for is .,i :Mrs. J. H. Denmark spent Tuesday StuU. County- --n-d; Munieiinil; --;- II- i'I.| i,'J'Ftonila .
Program Sunday night as
Harley Andreu visited N. G. Hayes entire II of Other Tuhllo Svrvic-. i I', ...
'f1f Tho day was thoroughly enjoyed community in their time of follows:: I!j in Starke "porntlonn. School Wnrrunta '
'. ;NN: by oil. Sunday.Mrs. sorrow. Lesson from favorite : :Mr. and :Mrs. S. H. :Moore spent Ilnnklnir 1lu.... Furnituninil. I I '- \1',
partibleIatt j ___ ___ .
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C. Andreu and daughter SGl.tlIAM I' tun a nuu u
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II Mr. Raymond: Thitrpcn of Orange ..1.18.232rellil by Ruth Smith. ,i Thursday in Alachua guests of Other HenKntnto\ h__ ,. .
.f\\ Heights spent the wl'l k.en,1, here with Fay were visitors to Worthington on : Song by choir. atives.Mr. r)m' from I InrornorutiMl tnnl I -','-,.

.t, ;!r relatives.Y :Monday. I Graham, July 10.-School opened Prayer by :Miss Hattie Lane. : J. M. Shtlvy'I'nt to Jacksonville CBHH Cbtvka end llanil Kxchnnvfa' Tor_ i H n -,\"
Pleasant Gatchring at :Mr. here : on ------ ':,:;
Monday a good attendance, : Tuesday. ,
:Mrs. J. C. 1 Dubosc and children of Scripture verses read by Willard
; Ft. Pierce, visitor relatives n few days and :Mrs. lIarrt'II' Home 1\11'.11. B. Wiggins, principal :Mrs. A. Smith, Marvin Ogden and! Virnnie .- --- ... Total :1 rr k
Last Sunday evening at 8:3! ::!'> o'clocka J. Ab 'rnathy. first assistant, and :MissMae Lane. WEEI St"MMKY: : OF THE: >% AlC I.labilltira
here recently ('a\>II,1 Stock Paid InSttrtlii .. ..
the homeof t .
large crowd gathered at :
McKinney of Lake "
Butler ,
pri- Ftincl .
, :Mrs. ,Io Phillips and children spent :.Mr. and Mrs" Wm. llarrell and enjoyed mary. Song by choir.Dismission. from two fnillvlili'il: ;: : I'rnllta---- iL( 'o. FM..I. .
Continued ) "
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the week-end with relatives at Law- some good ice cream and also Messrs. R. W. Surrency Tom Stewart I nnd Tap I'RIII -- ,"iii
Death of Vernie Ie Dyal WEDNESDAY Inilivldiltil DnroaiUl StlltjiMt to I .hi \!!
tey. enjoyed many games. Those present and Geiger Barry made a business Tlmp rtlMmc.a' of Di'poBil, ,'I,
\ : 1 ;Mrs. Dave Swindle, of hampton were Misses Eva, and Ruby Edwards ; l trip to Starke :Monday.Mr. On Friday June 28th 191S! the I Allies Gi;h ing German; Little Time to 'n.hh'r' (hks Oui.ttitnd.,". ;

. .f" sPent (he 4th here. Cecil Kaborn, Blanche Andreu, A. McKinney: [ Monteocha: ,death angel visited the home of :Mr. Prepare New Offensive Snvinira Dcpoafta __u .. t'.I.|'.

I ;\Ir, Chas. Cox ami ,children Emily Geneva llarrell Junnita and Georgia was a business visitor here :Monday. and :Mrs. Thoy Dyal, about six o'colck While waiting for the German high I

I 1 and 'has. Jr., arrived here one day Edwards; , Ellen Lynn Elsie Barry i Messrs. Odel] Abernathy and, C. B. and took our Yirnie Lee to her homein command to show its hand! in beginning Stiiti-Total of Flnrlila. County at Ilii .'I| ;-7T
last week and will few weeks :Mrs. the Great Beyond. She leaves to assault the allied forces I. J. If. Rilch. ( ,. ?
L "11'nlln W. :M. Harrel, Mrs. Florence Roberts made a business trip to Sturk a new .. "o.hl.lOr tl .',,-.
i with relatives and friends.2i I lagan, :Mrs. Rosa Lynn !Mrs. Ann :Monday.[ mourn her departure, mother father, on the western front are giving the .Hunk. il aolirnnly awpiir t thi< t ,.....
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to htt
sister of n (
r j 1\1 rs. Alattie lagan spent the weeKend Harrel and daughter Laicile .Mrs. Mr. Jesse Byrd of Louise, was here and two brothers, besides a I enemy little oportunity to perfect his nnd. 'hi'lli-f./ J. II. KIT' I II t i niwlMih. ',.!

t K at Lawtcy with relatives. Jennie Crews; Messrs llarrell, on buslnesKIonlay.! host of relatives and friends. She ar'un"'II1Pnts.__ ___ --- n for_ Ijinnchinc_HI the attack.From (_._..r..rl. _n .A.Ift.n..... a

t ( Samuel Woodard was u visitor to Malcolm iind Valbrun llarrell SeehorEdwards Dr. Thomas and wife made a business !- I wns Rev.laid B. rest in Mt. Sinia cemetery the fun- I f the Lys sector. on thenorth N.W. T.T. HITCH.WRKKS: :

Stnrkc Monday. Everett Edwards, of Ellington trip to Starke :Monday.Mrs. Dyal conducting I to the Champagne front in O. J. GRIFFINDimt..p
'f I Mr. Beit? Hull has returned homp after end services.Little J there has tern sud- <
Fla.; Summer Andreu. All enjoyed Mary Jordan of Orlando, i is eastern France SulifferlliOfl. nnd sworn ti* Iti-l ,. ,
Virnie has for her -
II delightful visit with relatives ( the occasion. visiting relatives and friends here departed don thrusts at the German lines, at 10th day of July 1918. f :h.
and friends at Orange Heights. this week. home in the Great Beyond, where she least one of which has made considerable R. A WKI.pvN'iitai : -
Mr. II. Moore! of is gone but not forgotten by the ones 15"111)) > }1'.I.r
Jacksonville was :MILLER ITEMS;: Mr. Lacy Hunter, of Lake Butler, ground.
. she .
left .
called one day last week to the bed- was a business visitor here Tuesdayand I This particular blow was struck by

Hide of his infant son, who was quite :Miller, July 10.-O. B. Clarke of Wednesday. Little Vernie Lee is only sleeping the French west of the Oise and northof No. 240 Report nf the Condition nf

I .. nick with chickon-pox. Ellisville, Columbia county IHlssedthrouh :Mrs.\ Elando :Maincs, of :Monteocha beneath the dew and bod, where she the :Mat river on the battle field THE HAMPTON= STAn: HANK.
4 .- :Messrs. Clarence waits and beckons for the dear ones At Hampton.! In the State. of I- ,
;Manning, of / this community Thursday was a business visitor here Tuesday. left behind. where the Germans were stopped short clone of buHlncaa. Juno 29 IDI)* H; d.|
Hampton Chas. Dees and Clarence evening rn route to Worthington.M. :Messrs. J. It. Reynolds, H. F'. Price 'in their attempt to hew their way Reourc.'uI.onns
ft* Sullivan, of near Starke, accompanied, I.. Colson, of Bland, Alachua I land son :M. 1 D. Price made a business Can't we prepare to meet her, where through, to Compiegne early in June. on 11..1) Estate .1'

r. by Mrs. Mattin Hugan and Misses county, was a business visitor here trip to Starke Tuesday. she stands waiting there for us anJhere i The French advanced along the LOIIMH(hit,. on fOal Collateral Kxtlitp ..Security. < .

; Kxtello: VVoodard and ;Minnie Ilagnn, Friday.M. I I The stork visited the home of :Mr \\ kind! and, loving Jesus reigns Compiegne road, northwest of Anthe- Ml other LoanS and DIMrounl"U? )<

motored over to Kingsley lake Thursday W. Douglass/ Ellisville passed land Mrs. W. Sloan Tuesday )leaving friends.eternally, his sovereign and his i, uil and occupied Lodge and Port farms Overdrnfla Hanking Houpie Un. _Furniture__ -.- ..un.1. l 1 1turea .6jg

nftr-rnoon. through here one day last week en them a fine girl.] By a Friend. on each siile, of the highway. The __-_unn --___-. ,Cfi
: k K. It. Woodard 1 is now at Louiseemployed route to Worthington. I Mrs. Lilabclle Bates, of Tampa, is ground they have taken is important Other' R,'Bl K-tulo ._ .':1!,.

: ', : on the farm of !Mr. J. J. J. W. I'arrihh made a business trip visiting her grandparents, :Mr. and RAIFOKI-NEWS i from a defensive standpoint and cuts Cuhonhand Pue from Incorporated-_____.__-_Itunks____ -"li I'M
(,,11110. to Lake Butler down the in which the Germans
Friday. Mrs. J. C. Barry for a few dn's.Mrll. rear
R.iifrod. 10. Mr.
; July and :Mrs. S. .
:Trll.Vimont] Brown spent last J. J. Bielling, of I'rovidence visited' Tom Wusdin is visiting her II. :Moore entertained! the i must maneuver in this part of the Total f.iaMlltlraOipiitnl ( .1 t Otn

week at Hampton at the bedside of relatives here :Sunday.:; sister Mrs. young 1'1'0.pic battle area. .... .
Annie Milliard, at Trilila of Raiford I Stock Paid) in OJ' wSiiriilun \
,: r her mother and sister, who were quite I Eugene Douglass made u business for a few days. Friday evening in honor I 1 I There seems to have been sotne Fund) -__u_._-- -. .".
ill. We i of their son, Shepherd, who !is soon Unihviilpil, I'roflta (I.caa. Expcnx. I
are glad to report them much trip to Lake Butler spirited fighting the British front >
Mr. on
Saturday. Ed Reynolds and wife, of Rai I to enter the service of Uncle Sam. ra.pnutlt, ____n_- -- '.if
. I better. Leon Thomas made business trip ford lire visiting relatives and' Music I along La Basso canal, northwest of I Indivldiint) IVpnalta' Siihjuel! toxr 'I: Miss l ) Ma I Hawaii formerly of Jncknimvillp. to Jacksonville one day last week. friends here for a few days. and games were enjoyed until lens and north of the Somme in the Tim> CfrtiflcattMl of Ppnoait > a
late .
a when the Co.hit.r') Checks Outstanding
people :, -Mf
hut more recently of Key Quin Tomlinson! of Lake I ;Mr. Earn<.' Dowling, of Waldo was invited young I I'icardy sector.( Berlin announced that
\V..tlnd.. Larkins was a pleasant I passed, through here Thursday.Or. lut.r'l III business visitor here Tuesday.Mr. were where into the dining room, the British were repulsed in frequently I 1'01111'N) I
l refreshments.
1I r visitor here a few days recently. Seeber' King, of Lake I : W. P. Byrd made a business nf ice cream and cake consisting I repeated attacks in the formor region Stnto I. A.of A.Florida.Flitch County Cashier of of'a'' I unf

p.s.'t. r: \ :Mr. I'nn: Hall W/Il1I visitor to Hamp made professional visit here one day trip to Brooker Tuesday, ,ed. Those were serv- and ailds, that their attacks Bnnlt. dn solemnly awear th.I1' turn
enjoying the occasion
ton Sunday afternoon. last week. I I Master were: north of the Somme broke down. The I Htntement la true to tho bent) of tm ' r4p
Avery Barry of Tampa, is :Misses ., .
Sadie Simmons Gertrude La- nd Iwli.,.
A. A. FUTi'H '
r The
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Marion Waters made, u business trip I staying with his grandparents :Mr French attack at Antheuil is merely Correct--Alteat. : "
I ( can nnd Anna :Mao Anderson Aileen I
li. Woodard I has been quite sick for to Lake Butler Saturday evening. and !Mrs. J. C. Barry attending mentioned in the official German statement A. A. THIRTIEN
V. I the past few days. He in much improved J. S. Brown attended the funeral school here. Reynolds Vivian Graham Dora Johnson which says, however that attacks .1. V. JONES.
:,r at this writing. of John Fralick and at !\ Perlu Whittcn, Helen Nauright, in the Villers-Cotterets and W. G. SEALHSubacribrd
son Providence Mr. II.
B. and
Wiggins and family havemov..d Violet :Mizelle Loca sworn to bet >r.<- rrPia
I\ Mrs. Maurice Brown and, children, Sunday morning.J. here. We Cason, Sadie I Chateau Thierry sectors were repulsed llth dny of July .
are glad to welcome :Moore :Mamie 101K.U.
were visitors to Waldo Denmark' and Rosa W. MOOKFNotnrv
f Friday. J. W. Harrison the .
made business them by Germans.While
a j as citizens in our little town. :Nettles'; of Alachua :Messrs 11cr- 1 I I IS I1.i ;
t-. Postmaster I It. M. Knight spent> the 'trip to Lake Butler Saturday. I Mr. J. R. Reynolds motored over to bert Ritch, ; j' the fighting on the :Macedonian -

n"wJ- -Jin at White prinoH. J. L. Brown made a business trip Hjimnton Thiirnflnv. Brady Rosier Edward: and Albanian frontiers must re- No. 73:

.f .' t Mrs. Shirley, of Hrooker is visit.. to Worthm'ifton Thursday. I Little !Miss\ Mildred Walker of Hunter.Eustis Benjamin Altmnn. Tat Den. I main n side issue to the great battles I Report nr the onrtitlon .f
1. mark
Crews Shepherd |
Moore IM\K OK
ing her
'i' daughter here Mrs. It. Miss Gertude Thomas which '
Kapp. visited near Hastings is staying with her are expected momentarily inFrance Stark In the State of T fit
Ii grandparents and Oscar Fulford. i i i
) /.f I Mr. McKwen of Lakeside was the Raiford Sunday. Mr. and :Mrs. George Stone, Personals {j and possibly] northern Italy ,,C buftincaa June Sit.!! 111111

'I ,,:'e Woodartl.Mr.Kiiettt Sunday.. of Mr. and Mrs." S. K. Truman Stokes has accepted u position attending school here. We are glad Mr. and :Mrs. Judge Browning ulltlchildr..n. j I the progress of the French and Italians I'I'I.. nn Heal) Kiitate Keanurcea_. 'H
in Jacksonville.J. .
along the Albanian
to have her with us. coast brings on Collateral Security 't.n.-'I
-.\ J. W. liatten is visiting relatives S. howard, passed through here Misses :Mae : and of Jacksonville, are visiting that theatre of the war into consider- than lienl) Estate ---- u 1 ,i..:1|
McKinney Orrie :Mr.
ISrowning's sister :Mrs. All other, .
in Georiria; this week. Monday.Rev. Elias r r Lonna and PiHeotint- i k.ITOverdrafta
)tlf Graves and Messrs. Jesse and Mar Wester. ation. ,_ _.'_ __n '".
,;; !Misses Edith: and Myrl Collint returned King David Jones filled his vin Odgen spent the Fourth nt Rapid, strides have been made since I'nlted. .. Stntmi Bondrt) ''*
I."j to their home nt Lakeside on regular appointment' at the Fort Cull Worthington Thursday.Mr. Mr. and! :Mrs. J. H. Ritch were visit- the French and Italian asaults were $Hank tii).. County and) Municipal, P"n, K i C
in I HoimeFurnituro and Flt'5' '
Sunday after art extended visit with ('hurdSundllY to a large: and appreciative : Vernon Jones, of Hampton Lawtey Sunday. launched north of Avlona oji July 0. Other' Kt-al Eatflte __.- -"III'
relatives nnd friends. congregation. passed, thiough burg afternoon :Mrs. J. R. Nauright and sons, Jack Strong Austrian positions have hpenstor'med I'j' Pile from Incorporated !tank. '\I;
our Thursday !
Mr.; Clarence and Ralph, visitors I Chocks and) ExchanRe for Clearing 101inlhrr
of D. L. were to Jackson-
Manning, Hampton, Clyatt made business
and it that
u trip en route to Louise. appears the allies Cash Itema ___ n"*
ville : -- -
was a visitor here Sunday. Some at- to Worthington< Thursday.I Mr. ar.l Mrs. C. B. Roberts nnd Monday.Mr. have been successful in turning! the (:n.h on Hand'J! 1(

traction h ore. I Williams, of Providence, passed J. P. Roberts and, wife motored over son, : W. S. Graham, of South Jacksonville Austrian right wing. An official statement 'County Wnrrantu ________ -1*

Mr. Krank Sullivan who is vi..itlnA'his through here Sunday evening. Worthington Thursday afternoon. spent Sunday with his family from Rome says Italian cavalry :" Total M ,':,

father; Mr. A. A. Sullivan made a Millard Parrish made a business Mefsi.i. I.-'lfV and Alvin Waadin. here. has gained the Austrian rear and destroyed I.lnhllitlm
business trip to :Miss Helen Nauright was in Jacksonville Capital Stock Paid in ... -' J
Piiytonn trip to Jacksonville --
I-'riday, returning Monday. and Frank! Reynolds aU"'nd"d the so bridges across the Semini river Kurnlua Fund' ___.._ ____ '
\ Saturday afternoon. \\ M. Thomas, of near Raiford, tin! at Cooler Pi rd T.'iiir: : .lay even Friday. which paracllels the Voyusa where j! tlndivtiled, I'roflUi (Lima Epunaen .," !
Miss llfIlli,' (lagan wa* a visitor wns in this community Saturday. Miss Nancy Britt. of :Macclenny the attacks was begun. This marks I Tnt,". Paid' 'i -. .J
to ing.Mr. is visiting her brother an ',.Individual Depoaiu Subject 'to Chir. J
; Hampton Sunday afternoon. Chuck Summers, of Providence I : Chculey! Fogg made a business Mr. E. D. advance of about fifteen' miles. I Demand' (".rllll.a'l.. of DeiKMii' ..J.MJ

i . 'i Mr.! S. II. Woodard of Jacksonville, passed through here Sunday. trip!. to _Starke_!Friday. Futch_ this. h week. Dr. Richard von Kiiehlmann.. the-- I' Certllled) Checka ______ __._ <:sf
spent the week-end here with his fam ;\ ;Mrs. Albert Cain, of Scbiistam, and German foreign minister, has retired I
1r. Jl'-nry Koon, or tarke, was a : i Total $1'1 "s'a
ily. RISING ITEMS brother, Mr. Robt Addison of Fort from i is ] State of
t. I business visitor here Friday. office it announced and the Florida. County or Bradf."il' --
: :Mr. Morgan Lee of Pierce I I. Fred H ..f the .bo.! *
Lakeside attended :Mrs. E. D. spent the week-end, with their German emperor has accepted the Halliiran. Canhicr
'- Abernathy is visiting,,, res- named t
j Hank. ihat
f; ., J; Sunday School here Sunday. Rsing July 8.-J. S. Jackson went her parents at Starke for a few days parents, Mr. and Brs. ..1.V.. Addison. ignation. Thh has been expected nlxive Statement Ho la solemnly true to the swear beat I *>

.. !Mrs. Baylor and little daughter. ElI to Jacksonville: Tuesday to accept a Mr.: and !Mrs.\ A. Dyal. Mr. and :Mrs. F. :M. Norman of since von Kuehlmnnn's address in the I: knowledge and belief. .
( "I, ln. are visiting relatives in South Position as street car motorman.Mr. Vanderbilt, were visitors here Sun- German TED H. HALLICAN ('MhnCorrect -
"r Mr. 1). J. Byrd made a business trip reichstag June 2o, in the --Attest:
Florida. : J. E. Norman< visited, Jackson- (lay. of !I .
l to Brooker Saturday. I course he said that victory : E S. MATTHEWS.
:Mrt. Tom Wallace of Hrooker, was ville from Tuesday until Thursday of Mr. I. W. Piaholster, of Brooker, !Miss Rosa Nettles, of Alachua is' by purely military decision could i' G. C. LTVINfiSTOM

visitor here Friday afternoon.4'e. last week and on his return he wasncoonpaniol was the guest of Mr. I D.) J. Byrd Saturday visiting her uncle :Mr. S. H. :Moore, not be expected. j I A. M. DA Director RBY.SlIh..rllwd .

Litll.Iillil: Viola Baylor, of Brook home' by his daughter, and Sunday.Mr. this week. Czecho-Slovak forces in eastern Siberia and, sworn .to hrfore me tni.. .*<*
: lyn spent last week here :Mrs. J. L. :Master Warren day of July. 19IS A. S. CKE;\\f
brother. with her She visited her and 1lrs.1.: I). Price, of Jacksonville Graham spent! part have extended, their sphere of Notary robin
Barents and other relatives until of last week in Jacksonville visiting influence the .
has returned to their home. up Amur river to Nikol- ---
:Mr. anti 1lrs.V.. :M. Brown gave n Sunday afternoon, when she returnedto after a pleasant visit with the formor's his father, Mr. W. S. Graham. nycvsk an important naval station i
little "wisterfercation" ; her home. :Mr. Sapp of New I Orove'a Tasteless chill Tonic
party at their parents, Mr. and Mrs II. F. River, was in The defeated Rols-hcvikl troops with'
home Thursday night. There was Mrs. :M. J. Fouts Is visiting :Mrs. Price town Saturday afternoon. I IMr. I their Austdo-German allies, are said destroy the malarial Derma which are trao
a quite nice n time.emwd present and they report few Mott days.near Heilbron Springs; for a Mr. Lester Pinholster was a pleasant : Leon Conor and sister, Miss I to have retired toward Khabarov. to the blood by the Malaria Moiqulto. TrM aJ<

Mr. and Mrs.! Everett Clarke and Miss Ruby Proctor, of Starke, vis- :\ visitor. Rep Thomas here Sunday and sister morning.Mr. Theresa - - -

., little laughter. Thelma. also Miss ted her cousin Miss Maude Norman
.c were pleasant visitors here Sun
}. Doll Teuton of near Starke, were last Saturday night and Sunday. da)'.

'. among the joy spreaders" here Thurs- I Mrs. O. J. Jackson and little son, :Mr. A. O. Waldron, of Gainesville, II 1
'hy night..iirs. Archibald nnd brother. Ilntirv Ifnntor. hehe
was in
Saturday the interest of
I iuary E. noi.ier, or Lake Gen.t''U. visited relatives last week; near :Mac- the Woodman of the World and rounded YOU MAKE
visiting her daughter Mrs. II. clenny. up several new members for this MONEYBut

; S. Roeliuck.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lewis are the lodge. He will deliver a patriotic lecture -

,& Kdd.: Gaines, formerly of Hope proud parents of a tine daughter horn at the Christian church on the
Hall, in i visiting her parents :Mr. and Wednesday, July 3rd.

I I :Mrs. (i. M. Bennett. Mrs. J. J,. Jackson of Jacksonville, second Sunday is Invited night to ,attend.July 14th, Everybody -

Uncle Jim King was a business vis and :Mrs. Elam; Lewis and Eddie Norman Rev. W. T. McGuire will begin a Do You

itor to Palatka the first of the week. visited at the home of Mr. and protracted meeting here :

t j -1II .\lH-"Olm-_. ITEMS: :Mrs.A. A.L. J.Jackson Jackson came Friday down afternoon.from 15th., after assisted the by second Brother Sunday Jenkins, July, SAVE IT?

Jacksonville a few days ago and spent of :Miami Fla.

t Bradford July 9.-Mr. Linton Edwards a day or two visiting his family. On Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beville have

I and family. of Ellington are his return to Jacksonville he accepteda just! rnrfiva.t n Iprrcti (rom thAlf ann.

t thin visiting week.Mr. .friends nnd relatives here I position with the traction company. Frank, stating that- he i in-actionin; -the .
Jim McCleneghan came down from
United States in and
army France
C. H. Newsom and family spent Jacksonville and visited his family a says he is in good health gettingulong The time may come when you will wish you had some of the
the day with :Mrs. Newsom's 'day or two last week.J. I
mother tine and having plenty to eat. money you are frittering away today.It .
Mrs. C. Amlreu
Thursday.Mrs. Johnson
was by letter :Mr. W. M. Reynolds and wife, of
1 Summer Andreu. of Jacksonville to the bedside of his father last week. i. to if but
I Starke, were the guests of the form- easy save, you make up your mind to do
\isiting hU parent here this ,Mr.. S. K. Kelly accompanied him on er's parents Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. J. Make the start NOW by opening so.
: week. his trip, making the trip in Mr. Kel: R. Reynolds.Mr. an account with u..

fl C. M. Andrea was a business visitor ly's car. They returned home Sun : and :Mrs. Calhoun
Barry, accompanied -
to Hrooker
Saturday.Mr. -
day.Mr. by Mrs. Thomas anti her =
Truly. Tinholster and .i H. H. Lewis and
j Miss Lutwdia. visited :Miss the burial
Blanche of Mr. and !Mrs. Frank were guests of Mr. Barry's

I Andreu Thursday evening. :Morgan's! little son last Friday at Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Barry Saturday parents.and BANK
, S Misses Eva Ruby and Elmer Edwards the Dyal cemetery.Mrs. Sunday.Mr STARKEState

and brother Seeber, were visItors : J. S. Jackson went to Raiford : have Broadway and Miss Wilmn

to Worthington Sunday. Saturday to visit her sister' Mrs. Edd.! Parker, of Lake Butler,
Mr. C. M. :Manning left Monday AUkins and family for a few days. by :Mrs :Marie Williams, of New River, and City
for Manning, Fla. An ice Depository
t cream supper was served at : were pleasant caller at the home of
Clyde Ward, and Etden Baxter the home of :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nor :Mrs. L. G. Barry. STARKE

I were visitors at the home of :Mr. and man Saturday night in honor of their :Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Barry and two FLA.
Mrs. C. M Andreu Sunday afternoon. daughter Mrs. J. r.. Jackson
I' of Jack little daughters, Thelma anti Dorthea '
Mr.: Sumner Andreu and sister, Mi** sonville. J. D. :Moore and family were :Mrs. :Mack Dates, of Tampa :Mrs. 1'1

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