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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 19, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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,'OLUME 40. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 19. 1918 NUMBER 3.


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S. TROOPS MAKE THEIR FIRST == BRADFORD CAN BE GREATEST CAT

I. I I Our Boys, Over Here & OverTlicrcCorp. ] .



MARCH ON HUN SOIL AT ALSACE .... TLE RAISING COUNTY IN THE STATE '

C. A. Kowund! of Camp wounded slightly: and is at present

:Meade, :Md., is on his way to "sonn- confined to the hospital\ for treat ..
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RICHARD SENDS where in France." n1<'nt. His many friends are glad 1 to LARGE NUMBER CATTLEMEN I ,
JEUT. COUNTY:: AGENT( : (it':NXOKK\ have know that the wounds are not strious.Sergt. iill\UI \\AIN\\KICIir:' ; CELE-':.
Friends. of Henry I). Green received -
ACCOUNT OF EVENT INCt: ON \\EF.V1L CONTROL.: curds. telling of his safe nrrl- \\',n. .\. :'Moitt[ Quartermas' PRESENT TUESDAY I lIlt HI'S: l'OI'lHIl BIRTHDAY.Montl.iy i

ter's Reserve Corps Fort Si-riven, Ga.,
in
val in Fram'e.II'! Green enlisted
\MERICAN: :' TROOPS WELCOMED: The release by the Department, of the artillery May 2Uth, 1917.G. is spending i / a ten day furlough in GREAT: INTEREST: : : \ :N' I.110'1:01'1:11I :: : : at .lei noon ill I the home oC .

BY INHABITANTS: : : THEIR Agriculture of the information as to Starke with his "art'nt11': and( :Mrs.A. I :,. THIS 1 ('Ol'\:', 1'on.tt: his parents'; :Mr.i und :\1 ,i's. N. |II. Wainwright 3
Wattcrson formerly a partflq'
poisoning of boll weevils has caused E. Elliot. "Bill" is under the impression :Master .1 a ui's l Kit-hard: ,, WiiinwriKlit :
.LI IIEIU TOnSLieutenant in the City Drug Store of Hampton SlOth RFtue'iniuiy \I I'I; ,
the county agents, office to he flooded that t this is. his last trip home celebrutcil t his fourth birthday :'I

with inquiries to the ,( is now serving in the navy and before he crosses the! sea to join tlHI h h beautiful I \' .1'
as advisability I afternoon Ih,' 'y giving i u : t party to a number -
II. C. Richard of Starke, is stationed "over there. roiirtrmnnwas
balance
of
Uncle Sam's
of applying this remedy to the present boys. of his littlo friends."
the first American to well filled with farmers anil stockraisers .
with troops has
3 Mrs. J. (!. 1 Kitrh. of Raiford. ,
Mr. Willie '
n Bradford Up to Cosmos who had been
crop county. :Mr.s.uinwright assisted in '
who I mien was
German territory. Ho has sent were piv.sctit to to
nter the time of sending this article to the received a letrmfrom her 110'1. Marion sl'rvinUnt'!., Sam at Johnston i -
jome the following account of the ex- Browning, who is now in France. His / Camp the talks of tho IVdoral und .statei "'!lh'11I11I1I1l1w t I / happy /gathering l bY' 1'

edition taken from the Paris edition press ( Wednesday) no more definite friends glad to learn wni huTiotl in Dekle cemetery near i i tick eradication i men.lion. her daughter, :\i1 rs. I D. '1'. Clark, :Miss f
are
information has been, received than many Lake Butler la.-t Sunday nftl'l'nooll.1 AiU'im, Alvarez M .. I\I.) .1. 'lurk I Iiii'
and (
,
f the Chicago Tribune of June 18th : that he is getting along; nicely Besides I l A. S. Crews acted as chairman! r. I
host ,
contained! in the daily and weekly a of friends, \ H .\Im'huu.ftt'r tlio '
the American Forces in Al- of the first I Dr. ftirescnting
With 1
( press accounts of the work done in Private Jefferson A. McMillan, ofFort mother and father ami several brothers meeting, introducing
'IHIIIhusl with oflovely
ace.--A pale moon hanging: ; high W. F. I Blackmail. pi-esulfiit of t the ) / II largo/ number"
I Io"'r Louisiana. Sheridan in a letter to his brother and I sisters to mourn his death.Besides I
the Swiss Alps, looked, down I !gift i. I the I little i I I people' t'njoy.dgutlii.'i
on
Florida I Live tuck Association und I
The county agent has been workingby Mr. I*. S. McMillan: of Starke, :Mrs. I II. .F Priester here, he a the lawn and bunt
United sol- on u ,peanut ,
of States
liarching, groups member of the State Live Stock Sanitary -
:
mail and telegraph to get more announces that he will noon tie on his has three sisters at Florahoine, OliO in
.ers moving along; winding; moun- |I Connecticut : I Board.) I Dr. I Blackmail I : spoke. at -the "'II' \\ Iltl found 1 the most peanuts f
concrete information, and so far these way "over there. anti u brother! in the being given several Miimll\ pictures
-
ain roads bordered and shaded with I "length on tlllIutul'IIl advantagoti/ of '
efforts have not proved very encouraging Friends of !Mr. Herbert S. Whittcn | army stationed in California.
line trees as trim, verdant and coniil : \Bradford county us 11 stock raising of t the host of the """Ulilln.Tht' ,
I for the general application of the of Ruiford will he glad to learn that I i Mr. W. I';. Langford of the U. S. t
wooden imitations of dining most tastefully
as painted county; that t the question of pasturage room was
poison to the present. crops. It seems his parents have just received u safe j I A. Baae' I Hospital Chattanooga/ Tenn., I .
docoratoil, I red white
he real thing.A i alii) feed for the .block was a simple I in and tlu
to be the /general opinion of those who arrival card from him saying he hllI' was the guest of his Bister :Mrs. I D. E. H.
.
I I I arranged I table
.
'
film of mist rose over vul1l'Yfl'inA' nit I He I advised t hi' planting/ beautifully being' centered
gray familar with conditions, both in
are landed safely "over there. I Knight ,'dneMtlIlY.11': Lanirford
of cloud the much-despised Bermuda on by Ih,' birthday cake on which
them the I grass
\ appearance Louisiana) and n the :Sea Island cotton :Mr. R. who stationed was one of the first volunteers from I
Brady Hyal !
,
above which silent forested every available piece of hind fur the burned" four cii iiiII. I Delicious) cut*
n-cuns belt of Florida that the infestation is Nashville Tenn., > this county when war was declared I
at Fort OKlethorpe ,
cattle to This or ice cream cuke, etc., were servedto
thrusts themselves like hun- graze upon. grnss
>red
mature to obtain profitable results Raiford the of his Mr.unil with Uncle Sam's forces in the
guest parents property
Half-timbered chalets with panelled as it stands the heaviest ii drouth I the happy event. Those attending

alls of white plaster crossed with this season. Mrs. G. E. Dyal. ollice of the Base Hospital t'hat- : and l will I do equally as well on low / the party were:

jeams and shadowed from above by The county agent will continue his Sergeant; R. 1'. Turner has. been tnnoogu. His many friends were delighted lands that are Hiilmiorgcd at different i I Ha/.cn Adkins Julia Ciinova Annie ,
efforts to secure all the informAtionpOflsiblt' to see him again.! Ho vinitedrelatives i
i-ojecting leaves of red tile mansard transferred from Augusta Ga., to ,, times of tho year. I Long/ I Billy I i Graham; ,, William I I I Harvard I
and will at least try to givethe at Lake
Butler before his. I
oofs gave: themselves ghostly out- remedy a trial on u small scale Camp 'Vht't'll'r.Iacon.! (..1. Sergt. return. I Dr. 1 Blackman is owner of a !large/ !Kit-hard: I Harvard A. K.: Wall

mes in the forest darkness. this season! to .determine if possiblethe Turner writes he will probul.-ly: leave Two Law try soldier boys, Hubert cattle ranch on lie St.:; Johns river .1 r., Joseph Poppell I, Eunice: (Canova I II

Occasionally the marchers moved for "parts unknown" on or about the I and I he described to his audience WIIW I Piiul I 1'IIII'Mt: I Knight i l Richard, I Long,
of j'l'nprallse another Blanchard
advisability :: and Ernest IVrlls\ havesurprised
,cross an open space in the trees where Information will he furnished 15th of August./ of his. exporioiicos in the 1'III"inof/ Allan I I Long. I Liu-ian 'K iddlt'r.'lIlt"r I i "II..:
the home-folks
season. with the
he moon poured milk-white pools on Lieut. Will Wainwright, who receivj j ,'uit I.to. In addition I to t the pasturage' / :McDonald, Jr.. F.loisi: i! Kitrh, Murla .
to the farmers as soon as secured. news that arc likely to be transferred ,
he roadway. Men heavily laden with pd l his. commission! last week at Camp of Bermuda grass* lie rUWM'Iv.t Weeks VirgillillV.I .
to Camp Hoboken N. J., which i is just
acks wre smoking cigarettes andilking Johnston was a week-end guest of hispm.t'nts. I the beans peas corn and other forage/ :Mary (Cunovu I II. J. Clark Jr., of "
across river from Nework: ,
:Mr. und Mrs. N. I II. Wiiinwright i .
. they marched. Jokes cutting it and, storing it in t the Aluchua. "
us pass- ( grrcn
OPEN: COTTONJ. : While that may seem to he. pretty ] . .
to his for .
prior departure - --- -----
.1 I through the ranks, produced care- II silos for the winter foeding of his
I close to I ho starting point for overseas ;
n>e. happy laughter and sometimes a Newport News. Va. herds. I Hu I said the corn crops. of I Itrnd-I IIO\\L.\Ml-l.llDON: I ) ; WEDDING: ; ; ;
C. Griflis brought/ an open cotton Sergeant Frank B. Lnno and, Capt it is not generally] lii-ved, that
made for their ford the finest be him
lurching song rythym boll to the Bank of Starke on Monday. they will I be sent across for some time, county ure seen : '
tories One column stopped in the the first Ferris, of Camp Wheeler, were guestsof I in I the state. and the only I thing needed I- An event of yesterday'; afternoon WII1 ;ii
July 15th. uhich was open at least not until after they have been
:Mrs. II. C. Richard Ser- ;
hadow of trees for the customary the on Sunday. was moro silos for the (better .Htur- the marriage of Miss l Kutherinii, Virginia t
boll seen in this section for present put through the usual course of training I
:ve minutes rest. The platoon com- leant Lane, accompanied by Capt. age of the forage:: crops.; In sprnkingof / I Liddon i daughter flfIrll.: l (!. W.Liildon I
season. given to a new recruits !before
innder gave the order "At rest" and who is Ferris, drove a "liuirk Six recently t h' (Florida native t i stock I Dr. I Blarknian of this city, und :'ili'. Lucius (/'. t\ tI J I,
:Mrs. Flora B. Cady proving starting for Fran, .
"
valkcd to the side of the road for a I purchased! by :Mr A. M. Darby thru / advised. the .stock raisers to use (lowland I of I lye Oak) which) i was. sol- o "
herself a first rate farmer duringthe | Friends here will be greatly interested -
olitary smoke. He took a match from the the country from !Macon Ga. them as tho foundation for t tho starting i'iimi/od 1 lit :'t I ,o'clock, lit I he. home of 4 i"
absence of her son in army.hrouj'ht to know that Attorney 1' I.iasklns L. .
is pocket and scratched it on a pole bolls The many friends of :Mr. Julian i / of herds of u (itt! I h'r breed of cattle t the briilc'M twin sister, :\II'K..1.l I II. ItolIni ..
full cotton ( of ,Jacksonville has hrcncommissioned
: some grown
ihich stood ten feet high at the edgef to the: Bank of Starke TUt'Kclny.lrM.: Londholtz of Lake Butler, who has the t ns captain in the I I buying the pure bred bulls and, I t !.. nee Miss l Sue I Liddon, 1X0: :Mallory ; ,1 ,
located for sometime with army.
been
would finally t'si,I.', '
, through I re-breeding street It ivi'
the road. I: / / they :
Cady has a patch of the finest cottonin .'2Gth: Aero :Squadron Kelly Field. C'upt. Oaskin.s is connected with the
.\!' the match flared something the legal machinery of the general stall" bring their herds up to a highstandard. 'I be wedding, I i t took 1'111,'" i ill the I living I j i ,J
county. San Antonia, Tex., will be interestedto ; '.
.
the IIf"udl.
Showing t advantage
aught his eye and arrested the move- feeling encouraged and will have room which was artistically" ,1.,3
Farmers generally are / at present headquarters
know that he in now on his to
'1 lent of the flame to the cigarette bern way I h,' told of how olio ,'nllh. t man orated, with ferns and, rut flowers.Pink .
with the prospects.! Washington. ( Gaskins i is 'I"
:: crop France to "help lick the kaiser. 'apt n native I II
\\'/, his lips. 110't'uppl'd the burn- had sold a thrce-your l half-breed I I I used I i in t I
asters doeorutinic
!Many of them feel I that they will get Private Harvey I II. Green j of the of Starke, a son of the late. l 111' Were I
I jnotch in his hands so ns to cast!' steer for $Xi: at tilt Jacksonville stockyards t the living ( be pink and << '1\\
room greencolor
of the
half a crop) in spite ravages/ I heavy Field Artillery has sent word John 1 L. Gaskins, who was at the time "
, light on the pole, which was stripped and that I $.il<0) for a tlireeyonrolil / motif l being most i-lfectlvi. laDie ot ,
of the boll weevil. There will I.e. considerable to his friends in Hampton telling of of his I ,death( ) one of the most prominent > ;
native utivr .
high
I'd. white and blue. wii II ,price.In t ilinmtr I carnations I we.ruused .
open cotton in the county by his safe arrival "over soas." Harvey nii-n in the state. I Ho received hiscommon i "room
"Some location for a harbor pole." will he I replacing the native I stock, with t to inlviintuge. and,( in the den and I .
August Lst and the picking volunteered more than a year ago school education I i in Starke -
i said then stopped !suddenly a.s Die pure bred cuLt(IL' tin- main i obstacle t Hie, screened l porib, daisies i mostattractive. ..
reasonably heavy by the middle of I and has been in training at Camp and, arlf'rwllr,1rrlluat"/ ,( ,( from Princeton were .
in the of tho I Bradford
county
h' iph! struck by a new thought. The while I'I'eMi.lt'nt'ihlOn at way //1
month. was
the Wheeler.
'nateh went out and the unlighted: stock, raisers is the Texas rattle t f.v."r I Kcv., Earl: Sheridan, of I the I Baptist
: - the had I of that institution. I lie i.s nl-I
!Mr. anil :Mrs.! W. :M. Whittcn of I ( i 'I ,
tick. The bringing of .such stock 4
, icarette hung neglected from his I of the I bride,
SELECTED: E:" .F\\'ITn'OII.\: ::; Kaiford: 1 received a letter form their so a gi; rd tin to of I Harvard I Law School. Iii bun-It u cousin I ,performing '
. into this Heel ion now and /allowing I ) I It .
.pHe fumbled with his! case.ml tbi in the of Ji'
map son. Dr. II. I L. Whitten, who is in Capt. Guskins;: : gives. up a lucrativepractice will f ceremony presence ,
rnllut with the native Htkwill
, then directed the of his elec- / relatives few mimt intulliultosfrieii.fs
rays furnished anothercontingent France with the :Medical Corps of the to enter the service of the ) and II
Bradford county result in the death of Hiirh' iinimaU
flashlight the unfolded) of .
on the
map. couple.There
Uncle Sam Tuesday British saying that he hail been "ii liii t
ry.
of men to army in short while else wcnk-
li / a or so
"nsidered it for a minute then I IIJKTII were no attendants and I flip 'I

'BMvent to an involuntary slow i when five young men entrainedfor i'ti them that for I brooding i I purposes "-,',111'1' ,. entered I the room bigot hi-r." Tho

thistle of surprise."P'utoon 'limp Shelby, llatticsburg :Miss. OF MRS KIM l ll : ; I they an* useless. (On the State Fnrniat lii-ide was ehiirnnng in u suit of tan

[ attention!" he ordered They were: t Hut: tr"r" "'II'of the finest ,pim-brcd ,cloth with blue collar and wore .) blin, ? .

hnrply. There was a rustle of equip- Eugene/ Dryden Thrower William Starke; i L[ Church Notes ] :MrN.. T. King/ died I cry suddenly I 101I1I'r I brought, to Florida died I II lint trimmed I with a wreath of wild I ,

'I'-nt! an the men standing in the road William n. Groves. Lawtey; 'I :Monday afternoon/ at her home' just short while ago from the fever. Tho flowers. I Her blouse was of flesh 1

'j'",' ""I to places. They waited exe I Phillips, Theressa!! ; Wm. Bryan Strick east of the Park tins! cause of her raising i of pnrt-brcd I entile can I ho> made georgette/ anil I she carried I an arm bourpnt -

< tantly. I land Starke; Wm. Abram Bessent death being neuralgia of the heart. a success. I Dr. I Blackmail I staled., but of bridosrosoH.. r

"I komv it will interest all of you i Starke. HAPTLSTOn She was stricken shortly before fisio'clik first the stock raisers must rid the Following i the ceremony an I Informal \

t.. know." said the lieutenant "that the night of the tenth service the in pusor's his- m the afternoon and passeduwa.v ,( county of i hi* enemy to all I cattle-t Ii.' reception WItS held,I during I which the J' .!
led the
""n, minute in German tcrriory. crossed the line during the night; some ( son prayer I o'clock. tick showered
you are i ; father's absence. This is the first at six i I I bride! und,I bridegroom were .
that This I tramway trains w-h'cn o.fl' this section with I Dr. I K.: :M. Nighlji-rt in '
i is used to be German. hail arrived by service Law has led since his. King came to I inspector with I I congratulations.Lute .

od white and blue pole marks the scooted across the old line with an Utter ordination young to the Baptist Ministry.The her husband, Elder King:, some two ''charge of tick eradication work fur in tho afternoon, :'II r. ami i\J ri.I .

W Franco-German frontier. That absence of recognition. ordination council and public service yearago, settling on a farm near ]I I tho United States bureau of animal I (lowland left for a wedding trip. They

,uilding over there is the Custom I I visited their front line positions had taken place on the Sunday Starke.: I Later they disposed, of their ,' industry was introduced by tho chairman will go as fur a.s Lake City by train,

I louse.! You are now standing/ in the : today. From observation stations on farn and moved to the Walter Linil-( and he told how the stock raisers making the rcnminndr of the trip in S

,Itl province of Alsace which the cl'r-1 the heights/ which the French hold one previous.The night of the tenth also markedthe soy house in Starke, where they have : could rid the county of the tick-bydipping. 11'ircnr. :\lr.I1I1,1 :\lrK.llowlanlwili, ,1

wins form You I the Rhine with a telescope u I He I spoke of the rapid advance will
took France in 1870. can see close of the 1918! Florida Baptist sun'" i resided.Mi reside\ in Live (Oak where they 4 '
,a' ,' lust stepped across the border while the naked eye cnn pick the forest which met at the i 1 King was horn in Columbiacounty. Bradford county is majcing in be at home to their friends after July 7'

ntii. II territory which the Kaiser calls !I of brewery chimneys that tower Assembly .. Columbia encamp-of October 'Cth: I IHo:!, and! was thai olirection,twiiity.twn dipping vats J

I At the this :'olulhou! beginning war over Lake City. Blanchard Law and Pitt man led to : King/ / I bride i is well( known throughout i

rl "n'h soldiers moved across this with these boys are veterans of a hard PomlinHon represented the Starke II I) ; To I this union was horn eight I more in the pruros.t of construction. the state t bring a member" > of a Ji ronl- '.1
is
a''iue, border driving; the Germans be- fighting French regiment; whkh Baptist. church there thin year. The rlnblren. three of whom died in their In sneaking of his work. Dr. Niirh- I neat Florida( family. She has taught i if..r

'ore them. All be proud resting in this quiet sector. Elder: .1. bert said l hut the government was .;
of you may t'n days session was one of great excellence. )'''"lh. Those living are. sometime i in f the Jacksonvilli* public I

(', remember" this night you are The Americans received a royal Many splendid and valuable Klin-, <>f Hampton; Messrs Joseph I face to face with the necessity of si-hools and has I a wide circle of ;:, I

mi .;if the first American soldiers to welcome when they alighted from speakers and organizers. made up the and Thoma.il King and Misxex! Ida anil furnishing her allies) with meat as friends, who will wish. her every hup-

II *ade the German territory. Platst troop trains in a French city not far The training courses! offered Emma King, of Tampa. Bonidos thesis 'well us the people of this country. At pincHs in her married, life. I ,I
,,' ,,, !" behind the lines.! On their march profCI'Um. devoted, the last soHHion 11
leaves t
ire on :Missions, Sunday School Administration chililren.I :iI 114. King !) a congress upporpnntfi :Mr. llowlunil is n successful business
l'IIIm the sound of the rest order a through/ delivered Alastian villages/ and Young People's hu-l'iind, two sisters, nine grandchililri'n $)HOOO) ) 'O, for the carrying on ofI man of I Live Oak and u cordial .
.
I I.'. of, interested vioces rose as the I they were cheered! by old, men. women 'Texts for training and enlistment of and a number of friends to mourn I this work, realizing that the great I welcome awaits his) bridi. on their return .

plat""n took a new inventory of its yellow-haired girls:: wearing the native new coverts. her I i,,s. 1 meat producing! sections of the conn to that city to reside. Florid. '

' ,7V' ''indings. One man picked up aha costume and large headdressesof I Rev. Blanchard Law spoke in hisFather's I :.MrKing was! baptized, into the try had reached their limit of )pro- TimesUnion July 15th. '"

'If J il! of duat from the roadway, blackribbon. Near h muses whose fell-hip of the old Pruvi"rnc.liH': ''duetion, and thut some method of ion ;}

tr' I 'hrew it in the air another spat windows boasted American flags and The opportunities pulpit on open Sunday to the morning.membership -II I sion.iry Baptist church in I 1HHH and hcrving the meat supply) by fighting one and that with the n..t-, ;; ;of ,tl I

VI '-"tly% and accompanied this a.t'th pictures! of President Wilson. wn a for service during vacation I from that time until her death she liv- I the pests that annually runs the IOSH :Mr. I.. J. Wynn. who bus eharjroof

-'"' ,i violent remark, a third went roadside crucifix with a prayer inscribed times were suggested.The I ed and exemplified and earnest Christhin I of cuttle into, the hundreds! of millions I Ii thi. work in Bradford Clay !ant 1. tj.

!" 'hc roadside and plucked a small in German at the bottom. As night service was given: over \life. In her home !she was a devoted i| of dollars must be put in operation, linker counties, the life of the tick in
/
wh", flower which he. placed! between far as I could see, all other German the to a special purpose; that of bringingout / wife, a loving and consecrated( 'ail that suctions of the country suitable Bradford county would h,' u short one. t t

1 l-ttpr and a photograph in his notf- signs: have been removed during have to the membership the work of the mother and in full sympathy with her for clock raising/ )purposes) bo Dr, Nighbert and, party left immediutely .111

look and deposited It in his breast three years which the French The advent I young people's society. The local Union husband in his ministerial nrlministru.tl" -: shown the advantage of raising tho after 1 the meeting for ()lcnlll. M",

ocket. now occupied, this! section. has just elected the following\ better grade stock. Floridi is the where they will hold u similar. meet-

"Honesn't feel bad to be in of the American troops here conducted \ ly state in the Union is being
so ficers: President Clifford Tatum; The funeral services were remaining on-\\ inJ:'. That irn-nt interest

Dutch, does it?" remarked one. came when French newspapers in printed which vice-President, Ralph Alvarez; Recording hy Rev. L. W. Kickliter at the Providence large tracts of' unfilled land manifested I in stork rafsing( in Bradford

"If the Kaiser knew it, ho'd have usarrested" recent public statements American Secretary Doris Law; Corresponding church: Tuesday at three \ for the /grazing of livestock and rounti"; < shown by the largeinltl'r

said another. President Wilson! re-declared '. of through the dipping of the cattle unit stockmen eom-
allied Secretary Horace Wilson; .t"ck in the presence a large con- " present, some

"When he finds it out he will be so I support to the complete understand to Chorister, Blanchard Law; Librarian, grichttRfl of sorrowing relative: and\ J I I Improving the herds. by bringing inpurebred ;nIt from the western part of the county -

'ad that he will bust the mainspringIn peace which Alastians of Bessie Dubose. These were duly Installed friends and the remains laid to restin stock after the tick ha1* I and" ,.1""> attention was paid to the

the watch on the Rhine", was an- I include primarily the deliverance and Lor ] at a place in the program of the a'joinlnocE'met..ry.. I I punned into oblivion, Florida will become two addresses.' 1udivwore invited

'ther' contribution."I the lost provinces- of Alsace the evening. The kind assistance of ---. ---- I one of the greatest cattle rai.s 'to attend, this meeting and severalwere

thought dere vass something raine. all speakers and musicians marie,the DEATH: OF DAVID STEVENSON.: ::: ling states. present.

'noud' diss air vot made me feel yust The sight of the American civilian trnopihas ervico a raec.M, I| By the use of u large chart Dr. Nigh: ,\ mon' those who attended this ,

Ilk, yodeling isn't it? Gah" one carried much cheer to the "' Friends in Starke of Rev. and :Mrs.J. 'bert showed the tick in the different meeting were: Fred Ititch, from the ;
the-
'urlesquer' ventured. population, which still remans in German PRESHYTERIAN: S. Stevenson will regret to learn of stages of its growth the effect on th far western rdire. ."t. the county J. S.

"Ever heard the story about the villages in spite of the fact that Regular services are being main- the death tt their eon, David, which cattle infested with the ticks, and tin ind .1. :M. N'orman and I D. W. I Reddish.

I'utchman that ', was! the introduction sh l1s fall upon crossroads and upon Jay- tained at the Presbyterian church occurred nr home in Emporia, difference in size of native and purebred '.f Lawtey; Jim 'Reynold: and W. J.

to, the inevitable lirnburger: cheese! occasions during the night of ( the 'iurintr the summer months! and! all Kansas, J Vjftth. He was about stock made possible by the eradication Tones, of the ''Iraham; .section; f>. W
seventh sector
It rv. which started others. The conation This is the of the tick. of Th. n'K.H.. I.. Stevenson
which Americanshave who have no church home in the city, nine year Vage; and anly sick two Moore, ;
" was interrupted by the call Western front in are given a special invitation to wor- weeks. RV Stevenson was pastor In closing his talk Dr. :Nijrhber'' 'ind! J. :M. IlrownICB, of the Riding :section -
.
I. attention, and the platoon was soonSWlngin I made their appearance. basis ship there. of the Stark* Presbyterian church for impressed upon his audience that thin ; Uert Dyal: and J. W. I'n-vntt.
soldiers find no _. L
.
Although our
\ ; off down the road. kicking'P I several he forced to government and state officials wer -
that The subject for next Sunday morning months, until was
dust under steel !] for public pride in the statement ill wheat be't.'UA'ar ,
sturdy plated front than the will be "Christ's :Message to a move on account of his wife's health. willing and ready to help those whWere There is a shortage
American heels. we occupy a larger themselveefl and coal !n the L'nited Stal<'II.
an'
willing to help
I Faithful Church. For the night ser Rev. Stevenson and family will move
Is feeling of lat- /
When the sun peeped up over the Belgians, there some Kansas. that they must get together and *'>r There is n greater shortage! in Europe.mcriians ; _ _
In the knowledge that our vice, at 8 o'clock, "Worry, the Disease shortly to Council Grove
valley of the Rhine, the American soldiers isfaction the .- ----- that this work i M 'being carried) or \ must economize or thero
and Remedy.
were occupying positions in divisons now face the German at a He aid the will be positive sulferinjr (or food before
I' nynt"matically. proeesiof ,
welcome all. is
of extending from Pie.I A cordial to The black bread of Europe largely
>ront line trenches the Germans number places leM.l .
facing eliminating the tick was a simple another year (laJ!>
C. II. ABERNATY. Pastor. made of millet.
the Swiss border.
Jn their own territory. Many had I ardy to 1








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( TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH; STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918.Week's .



MONDAY; the German high command. Success1 LIGHTEN THE TAX UtlWE'Ii:' emblem in your kitchen.

: 1 No Important Fighting Reported on I in these movements would he of great I Brighten the corner in thut ,

:11 J War Fronts in Last 21 Hours strategic value to the Germans if it The Tampa Tribune says that the closet-with canned beans, fun,, ,

l Summary of ft the War I Bad weather conditions continue to I is intended to drive by them on to ultimately Paris. to attempt I men who are will entirely make competent the laws at to Tallahassee perform -- ries, etc. .----

prevail on the greater portion of the While the Germans are making the service, and, on the whole, HOUSEWIFE SHOULD 1fl.JI.THE :
battle front in France and Flandersand fair
be considered a pretty
I their drive in the south the British I may VALUE OF liEU
FRIDAY tension of the fighting line which has the military operations are still I around Ypres pecking at bunch In behalf of the taxpayers of H\IE} !

Their Line heretofore not been unusally active I i I far below normal. Nowhere have I the German lines are with away the state, we appeal to the "bunch" is the
French Straighten *-- I success as regards Efficiency watch won i
farther south than Long pont. I there been any engagements: rankingin number of men on the state'spayroll .ry
i
I the and the arc a industrial world.
f Americans Make Gains; I importance above trench raids and gaining of ground living Every effort ,, '", ,
French pressure along the line from On the British front there has belnI patrol encounters.On taking' of prisoners; the French and that should be making and the a tax-- to make every minute ,,. .,.,,... .' ,

the !Marne to the Aisnc which began: /spirited fighting) according to Ger- several sectors, however, the big Italians in Albania are keeping up at relieved other callings of ,burden withoutthe time represents money. The .mt

f'' two weeks ago as a series of local attacks man official reports), which Indicat,11thut guns are constantly hammering awayat their spectacular drive against: the payers interests a suffering. We spirit of efficiency is reaching: 'Ite,
from Ypres around the Lye salient Austrians and the French and Italians state's
I has begun to yield results oposing positions, particularly on who hold the home. The housewife is .u, ,. ,,,
I and. down in the Picarcly sector in the mountain region of the find no objection to the men
.
when viewed : ingandpracticingtime saving
on
which are appreciable the American front along the Marne, the m. 'I' ds
against
offices but
east of as far as Albert the British have Italian theatre daily are harrussing the we protest Her time is as valuable .
the map. The town of Corey, where the activity of the long range out the taxpayers' mon am': iftcn
taken from the made scattered attacks. the enemy with patrol attacks of state paying more valuable to herself her
,
Retz forest, has been pieces has increased perceptibly; on for things that cannot be of any 'nnnlj
I Germans and strong positions in the Loran engagements, have been the sectors held by the British near considerable violence and bombard- ey real service to the state government.Let and her community-outside the

vicinity have boon captured by the 1 been fought in the reigon: of Rheims, Albert, Kemmell hill and Ypres and ments. In Palestine, Turkish: and there be a cleaning of the kitchen than in it. The up-ti', date
up
J slow methodical advance which has, but they have not been of great Im- near Corey, where the French face the German troops penetrated British positions waste and the profligate extravagance.Apala'hlcola housewife employs up-to-date neth-

',, been the source: of much annoyanceto portance. I II enemy. north of Jericho, but almost Times.CANNEGRAMS ods. She does a given task in the

the enemy for several rlay!!. I I The French and Italians fighting;\ in As yet there is no Indication that immediately were ejected wit: the best possible manner in the shortest

As a result of the French assaults Albania have carried their lines steadI the date for the commencement of the loss of more than 500 men made prisoners possible time. She eliminate) the

M from Amblony, south of the Aiane, to ily northward. The town of Berat, expected grand offensive, by the Ger- including 260 Germans. Get down to cases--cases of home- necessity of doing the same thing

NA, I the hills of Corey, their line has been ;,I the most important point in southern mans-the battle which it is thoughtwill British and American troops now canned products.A twice-to gain the desired n>-uits

p' straightened and advanced to high''Albania, has fallen into allied hands. prove the greatest effort the enemy "<" in control of the entire Murman row of filled preserving jars Is a Where this kitchen efficiency run' _

ground which lends itself to defensive I It is reported large quantities of Aus- has yet made-is at hand. The coast in northern Russia, accordingto good defense against: winter. you usually find Calument faxing/

operations and gives the French trian supplies stored at Berat werei military observers, however, still Incline unofficial advices. It is throughthis : Sterilized, sealed, saved-the three"S's" Powder because Calumet isHi< ; lent.

FQi good observation points from which desrtoyed by the retreating Austria to the belief with a cessation of territory that it is hoped ultimately of home canning.S. It is positive in results. It nexvi"'ails.]

$4, they can see what is going on behind the rains the drifting away of the low- to lend aid to Russia by way O. S.-Sterilize on stoveanother There are no rebakings. No' (I'III.lt

1 del f the German; lines. I Officials reports would appear to lying clouds and a return of clear of the Arctic ocean. In violent fight way of saying "boil those jars of time" for the housewife. Its dependable .

} 6 I There has been some reason for believing !- show the advance of the French and skies an attempt at a big drive on or ii'llwith the Bolshevik troops in mid- fruits and vegetables: so they will action cuts baking down t<,, a

e that when the Germans resume Italians is reaching farther and farther the piercing of the allied front will be dle Russia, Czecho-Slovak forces havecapturl'd keep perfectly." minimum. Allowing the housewife
th their offensive on the western front made. the important commercial more time to herself. Still then-
is
I east into the mountains and towArd The useful life of a preserving jar
of Kazan which lies the
they will to break through between All apparently Is in readiness in the city on Volga another way in which Calumet .
the of the fall
rear Bulgarian posi- -filled in summer, ready by emp- relieves
river Moscow.
430 miles east of
1i the Mnrne and Aisne in a dash entente for eventualities the housewife from bake
positions around Monastir. Serbian camps any tied in winter-hungry to save more nay\
'"tt straight to Paris. For this reason, and confidence prevailsamonl4' duties. It enables her to '
that have been supreme use
( positions near city food next spring and summer. 'Jr.c:
the operations which the French have (i,i savagely atacked by the Bulgarians, the commanders that the menand (Continued on. page eight) A wooden false bottom in home. batch of dough for two baking She
a
.carried out assume importance the will have face can work a of dough,
who after gaining a momentary foothold gung enemy to up pan use part
BUSINESS RECORDS ARE canning outfit is raft that keep lots
M i South of Torcy the Cerman line extends I I on the Serbian trenches, were will prove KQ insurmountable! barrier, AID TO FARMERS of perishable food a from being lost. of it for baking for the evening meal
Q- westward but it to Paris the channel and set aside the balance in the
the
i slightly to I ir I driven out.There or ports. An all-round good thing for the Na ice
? curves/ sharply eastward just beforeit The British troops! in Macedonia box for breakfast biscuits. In the
have been local actions in the When a business concern wants to tion-a rubber ring on a preserving
reached the Clignon river, northwest I seemingly have started an operation morning she saves the time ither
mountain business
sectors of the front in north- borrow it makes a
of Chateau Thierry. From the | against the Teutonic! allies which may money jar.A baking powders require-as the dough
Austrian statement showing the Inventoryormoney fourth floor is fine
ern Italy, one attack having I apartment a
used be
westward they are in must baked immediately
southward the Marne develop along the
Clignon to battle -
been repulsed with heavy losses.A invested at the beginning and ; lace to produce a canned garden.
American forces have been fornt and eventually conform with the Whereas Calumet retains
i improv.1 revolt of Austrian in Serbia end of the year the money taken in Persons of level should
can,
ing their positions in recent troops successful drive which is being carried every its leavening strength until exposedto
1. now have a strong line of positions is reported from Italian source ( out by the French and Italians In during the year, the expenses and the the family in the top flat as well as oven heat. The millions of house

lei running northward from hill 204, west'! The mutiny was suppressed only after Albania. West of the town of Doiran, profits.knows With whether this statement not it is a safe banker to the dweller in the bungalow wiveswho use Calumet save hours of

( of Chateau Thierry, to the village of hard fighting. Athens reports a similar which lies on the railroad north of loan this or other You don't need even a foot of earthto baking time, and many dollars in baler
to company-in
I I Torcy.On state of affairs in a Turkish garrison Salonikl, the British have delivered a money raise a canned garden-in fact the day costs as the unfailing lel1.venmjtstn'nth
words whether the hasa
:I the British front, the Australians I in Asia-Minor, where it is said blow against the Bulgarians which good chance, of securing company profitable less dirt the better in home canning. / of Calumet does away with

it have been in action once more. German officers were murdered by was productive of good results returns: from a further investment in The colors of those jars of canned all bake day waste of baking mater.

penetrating German; positions nn.11 Turkish soldiers.1SUNDAY! Details of the operation are lacking their business. A company with a I and preserved products put a service ials.-Adv

rupturing prisoners. On the remain- but it is not unreasonable to assume
business shown such
I good as by a
der of the line held<1 by the British that[ it had in view the ultimate capture statement, usually has good credit

there have been the usual artillery Rainy Weather Causes Halt in Fighting : of the railroad line running northward and can borrow money cheaply. New Coiffures and Hatsto

duels and patrol engagements. in Northern France from Uskub and the outflanking There are many farmers in this ,

French and Italian detachments are Rainy weather in northern France of the enemy lines northeast of country who keep records of what I

I steadily pushing Austrian forces back has caused the thorough /soaking of :Monastir. they have on hand at the beginningand I Wear with Them

l 11101'11the: western dopes of the rroun- the ground particularly in the lowly- Meanwhile, in Albania, the French end of the year and of what they I

tains which parallel the const of Albania. ing portions of the front" and not inconceivably I and Italians are giving: the enemy no take in and what they spend. These

) They are reported north of the has had something to do rest, pressing him back daily mile men can borrow money more easily

important town of Borat, and have with the delay of the Germans in renewing by mile over the trackless countryand and cheaply than most farmers because THE PAJAMAS UPTODATE'on

moved ahead in the hilly country to their offensive. capturing strategic positions and they have the figures to show'

the east. Vienna admits the allied I It is n month now since the last offensive villages. The latest French official the banker. New York, July 17.-The other afternoon Fifth Avenue, due, perhaps, iht,

j success in this quarter.In died down swamped by the communication shows that the French But before a farmer borrows any I I went to a play in a new fact that we have had a ver <'d
the mountain, !sectors of the tide of French the banks troops have taken the villages of he should have in I .
( n success on money very clearly theartre. It is a beautiful theatre spring, and every one wants .i i I. '
northern Italian front, Austrian units of the Matz, north of Comicgnp, and Narta and Grnmshi, which brings mind what he wants to use it for, and and the play itself was charmingone I summer first.
which approached the Italian positions there is of the their eastern flank appreciably nearer in end it will I
as yet no sign enmey's I Lake Oihrida. be very sure that the of those old-world settings far ; The Charm of the l'ajamaaI >

have been driven back. being ready to strike again The morale of the Austrian dodared pay him to borrow. from the noise of to-day's fighting, I There is hardly a play to b.! ., car

Bolshevik forces have engaged in i Meanwhile the allies have been i.s' land( rather a relief lifter all the war now on Broadway that doeM,, .
to be,
extremely bad and
battles! with the Czeeho-Slovaks in I sue 'I
pushinglllu.k the linn little little plays and pictures we are so much '
by some act feature pajamas! IMU 'en.they
renders of
soldiers!
European; Russia, and an oflicial statement I hardly a day going by without III constantly war !worn to be taking are reported I I I interested in. The costumes! on the are so charming that 'im

issued at !Moscow claims that I I French or British attack. These in place stage were, of course'! of that far-gone not surprised at this fact. Th, m
victories have boon, won at various' t the have valuable clay, but those in the audience '
gained
i I aggregate TUKSD\Y: were :made of all manner of maters, ,air/:
points. The fighting: appears to have defensive ground: and resulted as well I just as interesting./ They were of every when seriously considered 'I'' i n. j-
been hardest in the region to the east I Americans Deliver Smashing: Blow on Keep WellDo
in the taking of thousands of German"rllon'rs. description, from the simplest of wear and ,mm1"1.able.
I are very practical
and I southeast of Petrogrml: which Attacking Hun Forces I
sports :suits to the more elaborate
I The ones illustrated hei 11'f \
may indicate that the Czeeho-Slovaks, The exported 1 rernwul of the Ger- frocks of Georgette and chiffon.
not allow the
I Meanwhile the German; diplomatists crepe I soft silk, creamy in tone, with Ire
have advanced, from the Urals where are again airing: their war aims andprograms man offensive/ in Krunce has begun. poisons tf uatgzsted: ; One of the things that interested me 'figures: here and there in deliiat* ''a
they have I boon "epo.-tei t1! active for Fierce battles in both food to accumulate in 'most. however the coiffures.
and in discussions are progress on were Thepom"alour .
engaging and blue. The bands
I !peace [fender 'm" "ru"
some weeks. A Peking dispatch I bow-eL. where they
says sides your
among themselves. The German of the famous Cathedral city of old-time seems to be returning -the sleeves, the lower edge' of rh
absorbed into
, the C/.ec'ho-Slovaks are in virtual control Kheims. which since the last are your I
into
offensive fuvor. Not of
chancellor has touched upon the system. Indigestion, constipation course, jacket and the trousers were of .|fuel
of all of Siberia. Over
western'
vital question of Belgium in the relation along the :Marne has stood the apex headache, bad I French blue, and the effect was '.

JtI have coast stretches of this the country Bolshevik they! I of the status of that nation to of u .sharp salient into the German I blood, and numerous ly in the extreme. The littli ia;
triumphed over
line.
Jl The overthrow of the Bolshevik! at peace and has declared that Germanydoes other troubles are boundto ( slips on over the head, and the roumt
,s., not intend to retain that country West of Rheims the Germans with follow. Keep your neck edge is without any trimming
t Irkutsk has I been confirmed.An clean thousands L3
system as
oflicial statement form Berlin I "in any form whatever." She is the pressure of large numbers of soldiers of others do, by whatsover, following the mode "if daytime

that five of squadron of six holding it as a pawn in the negotiations the unleashing of which was taking an occasional doseof styles. Sometimes, the trou.cn!

says American airplanes a which startedout he asserted, and the German preceded by a veritable hail of high the old, reliable, are gathered ito deep cuffs often '.Til

to bomb, the city of 'oblenz fell government finds it expedient to explain explosives and gas shells, have been p stable, family liver medi ing in ruffffles.
this utterance in nn official enabled to cross the Mrne at several cine.
1 into the hands: of the Germans. Fringes at All Ttlroen;
statement in which it is declared that places. East of the city, however,

SATURDAY the holder of a pawn does not intendto they have been held for the smallest Thedford'sBlackDraught Capes still continue to he the' most

f'I keep it "if negotiations bring a satisfactory of gains by the tenacious resistance } popular of wraps for every oc-asitm
) }'rt'nchltuin Smash Hun Line in theI'icardy I result." of the defenders of the line. Altogether .a One sees them in satin or cloth, in the
Sector morning on the avenue worn ,aver. i
J the two battle fronts ,
Germany also is exercised at the aggre-
I II I
, n the Ccrnrnans' front wash dress perhaps. In the afternoon
Striking on a situation in Russia if the utterances gate 65 miles in length.
which has been quiet for the last six they are thrown back to show the
American
r for .
valiantly
newspaper go anything.The : troops are fighting: dress underneath. Often they are
weeks, the French have once more
idea that the Holsheviki the
are retaining on sectors they have been model
broken the defensesand trimmed with fringe, one pretty
through enemy by the veriest threadis holding and at two points have met
power Mrs. W. F Pickle, of
their lines. This that I saw the other day had the en-
advanced new I reflected tn advices to some of the with notable success. At Vaux they Rising Fawn, Ga., writes:
fS blow at the enemy Will launched between German organs and the fear that the not only broke, down a violent attack "We have used Thed-

Castel and Muilly-Raineval on Bolshevik! regime will fall, and withit by the enemy, but drove him back ford's black-Draught as

4'. the I'icardy front, southeast Amiens, the elaborate edifice erected in the several hundred yards and only returned a family medicine. My w

j ':te,' where there has boon' but little fighting German interest by the Brest-Litovsk to their former positions when mother-In-law could not *
take calomel it seemedtoo
I since the French by a local attackrushed treaty, is! openly expressed. Disquietude the advance of the Germans at Cha- strong for her, so she
I I f, the Germans out of Senecat over the hold! the Czecho-Slovnks tea Thierry across the Marne made used Black-Draught

, ,: wand late in May. have obtained upon Siberia and at the the reoccupation of their trenches of mild laxative and liver Cr!

The attack was along a front of approximately prospect of an allied descent into interior strategic: value. re latorVe use it

three miles. It swept 1 Russia "from the north", the Along the Marne in the family and believeit c
between the town
! the Germans; back out of the villageof :Murman is the best medicine! for
c oast evidently being meant,
of
and) the
Fossoy river
C'astfl and the Anchin farm, about is likewise Surmelin the liver made." Try it.
, voiced. In this connectionit
where the
Germans
crossed the !Marne, Insist on the enulneThedford's. -
a mile to the south and cleared out a ,:
f may be, noted, it was announced in the Americans in n strong counterattack 25c a pack-
number of
strong positions
I The French penetrated enemy the German Washington: yesterday that British. forced back the enemy to the aje.;; I:-75Chamberlain's o.\
r reinforcements have been sent Siberia
to right back of the strl'amt other I
,
1 lines to a depth of more than n mile. to assist i The Practival
the
Russians andCzechoSlovnks
points' along the river they used to Cooking Set
I The American attack I
1 on Contigny,
with that hard
!
I in protecting the ill- the greatest' advantage their machine : upward roll over an
Home time ngo advanced the line materially stores Vladivostok. enormous "rat that \
J I flied at guns against the enemy elements : ; cloy has pasoed,
.. at that lI"int.hil(' the Australians
Washington advices which Cholic, Cholera and we hope; but there were decided
lr : reflect thu. view were crossing the river' pom-
on July I I11,1\ !1 there that further and more definite on pontoon bridges, killing and Diarrhoea. Remedy padours, loosely waving back anti endinf -
into the German linos at Hurnel! and
d t \ ll'rs-lIrptonn..wx. ,south of the peace feelers may bo expected from wounding many. In the counterattack Every family without exception in soft twists and even puffs at the
I i Germany; which is felt in high Barters near Fossoy between 1,000 and should keep this preparation at hand' back of the head. Sometimes the hair
: Somme. The French attack
waslaunched !
to have her eyes turned to the I,5lrt) Germans: were made prisonerby during the hot weather of the summer was parted in the middle and then
t at u !point between positions\ i I Iof i east with the gaining: of control in the Americans.The months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera rolled up and b ock. Eevery now and 4

Australians the Americans farther, at C'ontigny noith. and the I!I Russia outweighing i : in her estimation captured contingents includeda anti Diarrhoea Remedy is worth then, one saw a charming person with

S The French, lines south of Castelhave all that she might; have been Inclined complete brigade: staff. The French many times its cost when needed and I n suggestion of bangs. In fact, the

boon pnrrullel to the westward I to make nn effort to retain upon general in command on this sector i is almost, certain to be needed before coiffures, as the fashion this year,
the western front. sent the summer is over. It has no superior ; are very much "as you like them."
"C the Avro" river. The success gained a congratulatory message to the
t for the for which is in- Hats and Things
it
there carries the French up to the American military efforts meanwhile general in command of the American purpose
r tended.! Buy it now. Obtainable ev The hats are becoming larger P1- 1
I t hills to the wot of the river and into is growing apace, it being announced t rllOp day! hats every .. .ON.r.ttI'ajamus
?ry\here.-Adv. Sports flimy brimmed
by the chief of stuff! in Washington
positions which appear to dominatethe The Germans, in addition to their lace or chiffon hats, and immense
villages of :Merited\ on the west that the number of troops tll'Spnto'hl.1 tremendous expenditure of explosiveand huts of :Milan evening -
PKKVENT: HOO CHOLERA : straw, with flat
f bank, and Moronil: on the east hank to France had grown to 1- gas shells, used numbers of tanks
, of the river. If the attack should Itwi.noo.\ \ some !0,000 men having left I I against the lines of the defenders and The n. A. Thomas Hog powder has trimmingonly on the brim, perhaps! ,

: continue jmcccsifnlly the French maybe in the past week. The information of j 1 luNo opened with numerous naval n record of 95 per cent cures of Hog/ in the shape of a bird of paradise, or of Figured Silk
three gun Cholera. If you food your hogs as an aigrette. The other extreme is tire collar of silk <*
wide
from the in black
able to press the fix hack across army corps troops bombardments of towns and cities
\) the Avre and thus have nn admirable France, each corps comprising! 2:13000 !: :: ,- far" behind the battle line, dropping directed, you need never fear hog equally popular, the tiny toque and Indeed Fashion says, "Fringt '

defensive position to the southeast ) to .'.0,11110. men, was also made I j i I upon them shells from ten to twelve cholera nor any other hog di.onse.Anil draped turban are great' favorites for times and in all places." The f' tis

.! of Amiens. known. inch pieces.1'I ) the directions are very simple, street wear und with semi-informal panels of the new street die'a. n

'J. Between: the Marne al101 l the Aisne, The Alliiiinnn campaign, although I -.. II"I. about what you are doing, plus afternoon costume*. Organdie hats, deeply! fringed: at the lower tlg
details of the str.'gie scheme f, by far the
w cents worth of most
1\ B. A. Thomas'hoc alluring of the fadsof Canning
Cotum"Tho
the French have continued their offensive entirely Mil ',i.hu, \ to the operation the Germans: have in the Time and Canning
i have not Powder in the food twice a week.I'sually season conic in
sUe
I operations. It I is reported, that: on the western front, has: continued yet b< on unfolded. It.? \Jipp.irent, though ('hol'ra.rl'tq in and color. Some every andshape Food Conservation ::hstirred
the village of Ixmgspontouth of to be the mo. t arms theatre of war ho\\ ,.\ that toctive / are severely us all to patriotic '
the
pr. in to
mum before know plain, be
we it. Then it requires worn i in the .
Corey, the capture of which win announced so for ns extoni\o. trains of ground the t, of Five morning, and wit the fresh fruits :and ..>
dr.tagos the niT is the elii-i, attention to each hog-each hog others have flutings and flowers .
t. Thul'"la '. hits been taken l b involved. The galore now obtainable
o >y inv .I'Unnce iiiajo ell!
throwing of their lines wo are
\ I thward and
s on must be dosed-and if will dose others
p you ore combined with I
Gen. l' .tain.II1pn.. who have alto mainly the Italian- Lit I"'
\ by with the French both -. !'os of Uhoims, cnili>pjn# that thorn us directed will better I satin and even for the ur planni.ig to do out
cave
made north of Corey, at tilt'Chavllt'ny n tho right flank : reach- you summer evening: running line. h
progress I" hialready i, city :n i o"d' | forcing Its capitulation. Thejgninu than 00\ per cent. If don't the spent in dancing. The : Illustrated 'II
furm. Kn: -'t of Pavarellos. .1 maximum depth of twenty-two I i ,- tor the southern you brims irregular little cooking set that i i. both
bunk of the n. A. Thomas medicine costs noth- are proving quite I
according to the French official! statenumt mile, straightening the allied line as ( :MariK- and the you the a feature of ing and practical. The' mi
straightening out easti ing.Ve not mode. Now
distant new is
some the '
; the nlliod lines have been nd- it runs from tho Adriatic and links manu- time for the apron .
up I i ward of their battle line toward Ver fnt'turrr-ray back. Sold by R. first velevt and felt hats slips on over the head im

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(i-. News- of Florida in Short Paragraphs. Pan\nuTie-iiii International Farm I II I 1 1'h' irt! essential; for i completesteiih'ition ( ViIIEli; n- Winhe War? vheit ai ': ;lI1 E EI[ :


.ViMM4tll,tWMU-HE"c1.1..lllU..S-.HJI.' .if .a... ".Sr6.tfS.... .r ....MVAiMi.. nn., Si.... ." SNft....*.} .\sxoclilion' with the use of either the

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State News I Washington, D. C., July 17..-Thocoming I sure out lit. says the United States De'- \\' there, was it\ cull\ fur voltin- the bosom of Vlinliam, if I the stuff atube'

LLive session. of the Pan-American' partment of Agriculture, i is absolute teems to. enter the laboratories nl' ptopcilv cliopiiiil I I'he trouble f J

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Told by Our Exchanges. : : I Exposition!: at Jacksonville, Pla. :Xovniibci utensils used in canning. Tables work feu n \''11''' without pe'iiking, man' is that a corps' of av i.tlcira can till

J7:! to December t'. during the should In well cleaned\ and muv \be or wilting to iiinnne, except the other .,ry up I hilt n limited number. ,.f tonll.I .

Klorula State hair and exposition, is I covered with white oil cloth. Cinrhnge employes) of the establishment, ten The' Government IH Mind to hiivu or- I

." already! stirring up interest among cans must bo provided\ to hold times us many men )responded, no (the I Ideted" a million airplanes, and thin

I I'll' Atlantic 'oust Line railway I Touinalle in Ic.iMiig.. shelter during the foreign colony here. With the issuance tho peelings and other refuse To allow thousand asked for und in lens than I jwoulil iiulieiito. that ninybe some kind a

recently purchased eighty acres a heavy bombardment\ to go to theassistance of invitations by President these to full upon the ground anal n week ..fh'I' the l'UIwas\ issued I the' of comentrnted explosive IH what the I

land near Sanforil( on which thojpi of wounded men exposedin Wilson to the various Central t and tI t'tn' iii-iir the place ot (canning' will jiieihuincs had entered upon) their thud of Kdixon: is going toC \',. tho

", ,-i to erect new machine shops the open. South American nations to participate i. result in production of spores which Twelve months golituty conlliiemeut' Allied with which to end the world 'i ,.

,{ E Moore: of Floral City, Fin., The state road department is informed in the deliberations of the Farmers will use in dust anal infect the mntei and, InbiM" The time of these men struggle nnd foiever wipe. the I Hun l

IS killed in action with the Can- that two of their convict laborers :National Congress, which will 1 beheld 'uil being.... canned.Pntiid . .._ will\ soon l h e up, und ugain there i. Irom the luce of the enrtlit 1 I

, ,inn' troops, it was announced in 'heu working on tho road department at the same time and to be represented -- -- much speciiliition as tovhat' idea of .\t any into, it wan published at the*

,, adian casuahty list of last Tues- force in Oknloosa county escaped nt the Imposition by exhibits for watching the rends. tn I tin woiltl'a\ most marvelous inveiitive legmning of the war that1; r. HdlHott .f .

today. They me John Ashley and of, the !livestock and agricultural productt d..tt.1'11''ak.\ I .. hu'oI"'n\ establishedin mind the men have lieen engaged 'in had stated! that he hud Homethmg ill I

Tom La rton. John Ashley will be retnembured *- of these counties to the Southof ('hath mi counlv Huns \\\\hen hole ot
I ill .in c-IToit to help in conserving wniking" out nnd whether or not I t tin' niiiul I that would. end the struggle but ,

i .t"n's" fooil supply u number its the noted bandit and us, the whole State of 1"loridwill (I' forms a it t soon becomes linger By latent discoveiy of the gc.tuns will 4 I I mil th.it t .it t would I produce whoKninlc, mile'1

,in, me.is in Jackson county will bank robber\ who VMIS convicted of several be brought most forcibly to the attention I'prompt /11'pairing expense is sewed ande'ewitott the wiirOne di r and he would not release it. Hut

nt tmhiderableacreage, to wheat crimes in Palm Bench county of the business elements of these t to users i* insunul. .. Ttnke\ innn from Plitladelphin ntntistluit the slur' gars, altii a' the' nlrocitiex of

Mil three years ago. countries I cure cit (the little holes mid I there will I he saw )Edison: cross the street I'rlttnny I uii iin-id m mimliiT and /

thouhiind rattle were in A. I.. Moody, a farmer of the Hastings "Ploiidii and, Jacksonville' have now i be no l.uge ones to pour money into the other. d.iv and 1 In was surroiimleilwith horror and the I'niteil' Staton: tittered ;
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J\ the moth of section while on his way home an 1)wrtwaitto I l'l'alize a close rel- Holdiers and! scant service men I the wa.1'. r'dison: consetitc'il to give
during MS VM ..
\ ii-1.1' county I VI liT \I l UUIoT: I Ol NfV Kt IIOO1.M1MV .
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The cattlemen of that county lust week, was pulled from the sent utirmshm with a t South Amerifnn eoun- *. to (protect hurl it'out Ilium 1 'lie writer his ideas to tlu Government of his ..

determined to free the* cattle of of his wagon anal! bent and kicked until tries that; will probably! never" again M..ntlik llnunclnl Hull, ,,ine-nt of IIra.\.1\ knows tli.it the winter home and country.

" ,. aunty of the most expensive he became unconscious, after which lie KO fnvoiahly presented said J. ll.l count'' !L.i I ao,, "nun thof" Inn.-. ll'Hl.rnrrnl \ laboratories nt Fart ;Mvers, Florida, \\ .. know the nutsthn\ produced tluteleetri. '

', "it ? the' negroes robbed\ him of his money l Pattenecu"turn" of the Farmers N i- ; Srhnul I'und.HnliiMO. of the man who uli'ep.H) hut live hoiits .. light (he I ttnllev ear, the phinograph }-

: of St Cloud have asked and part of his clothing One arrest tional leingiess The European' war .. .huu I, I. tills 111921,4l't'crha ! in twenty-four ore heavily gtianlcdclny (he statngr) 1"III'I'y, etc., i isInh"ring I yv
women
I I'h' has \barn made and the bherilf of Putnam has ended the trade relations of Europe : | iltiiinu) ,,, month SlltitVVAirnni and night to protect the secrets that be '
that to hold on Homelhing hopettwill t
of ,
an
. ,, un'iI city , .
1.,11..1| ilurtnir
i month' HclJ 74llnluno ;
, ion to determine,' the wishes of thai I county is. on the trail of the other with the Pnn-Anuricun countnesand I luty 1 I. matte . .1.-nl.7: ; that m.Iy Ito' hidden I there So:; it Is end the war and end it in tho yh t
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: of the city ns whether or not two assailants. I these vast mnikets must now \be lll.trlrla.. 1. evident that I the United :States govein- only WilY Hint eivili/ation will |permit

. t\'f' shall he grunted the right The- Florida Recruiting: I District re- supplied with Amullean-made goods UnlHiii-( ,.. Jn I. (IVIS ._. ascot meat believes there i is something In It to i ml in \.t"n'. for Hut Altars. and. ,, ,
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'" ,onion. .'hikeIhirtyone.. plt. (that for the month of June :!Omen _' and! products of all sorts. The Jacksonville 1/1", rent I 'be iHuti, 'Inv during month monthllulitiuv .__. ... 4...idMn the head .if Jlr. 1'dij.oii; worth )piotecting for .Aiueiien' Vitmnly: the rmmtry( ) ,t

applied for enlistment Of that meeting: should prove a cle'tir- ( luly I I. IUIH .. _-____n_ h- 17080 at least until it is put into practical that invented the nubm.irine, the nir- st,,
thousand and hfty-sev- number 51 enlisted 1st Leit. house for many profitable transactions lUmrlrt No. t.Mnlnnrv use . i
were by the Ito
plane, telrphone, cotton gin, <
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and Vain, I I. HUH . 82. IKffttlpit
veiretaMeshavi
. of fruits -? -
i car loads / ;M. J. Ik-Priest recruiting officer at to both )parties. Florida now during month __.-_-_ d.s.IWariiintM Mreinly the Assoclnted Pleas has the .steambout the linotype nuiehine. ,

been shipped from Florida: this Jacksonville 1-il: forwarded to Re- has an opportunity to stump out the'Made iNHtuil diirintr month _. ._.. 2 J.t>4 cm! 'led stories of Ihe experiment from n1 liticinl} ice and practically everything ;
the fact I lUlnnct ... .._ \
This is evidenced by ; trade-mark which July I I. ItllS 17.2H" 'It.
Ciermnny .
year. cruit Depot, Ft. Scriven Oa, for enlistment in IH.trlrt 7.o. :he a hill top) cm the )plains of theVest else wonderful except the wir!!-
that Florida is helping to feed the nation in different branches of the has hcertofore been met on everyhand Ilalancilum- t. ms ...-... 22241 'of what i ts known UK l'tlison'a I chained lose which came front, nnutlt'rlIy, s I }
an.1 that with a vim. I I I in Central and Sounth America, K.-ci.iitM iliiimic, tnonUi u. .. ___ 75.fi7Wnrrniiu J
service and 1M applicants were rejected I lightning Itus I Italy-lertumly Hiiih n country will
of ,..."><| Burma month ._. U7.IIllulnnci : IK operated by tvh'Icsa '-
The Clearwater company county I for various causes. and put in its! place (,ood U. S A, July I. II'I(H __.___. 270. 7 fitun two stations that focus on be nblit to conceive of Home device that ti
called out last week and .. . loads'." e
was !No.
runrds IM.trlrt tnnlnncp
Petresburtt to find a I( All records of the internal revenue ..lunv 1. l Islam ._ 28530 the o.i 11 if ype" >t, and llKo the nil's. ixys will render tho subniatlne valuelessnnd
St. un
to
marched I(I service since its organisation in Florida Ht-ci,,fpt, during' month ."._h ... _-_... me cuiionitmttid' I by u lens till the is blow, Into atoms thu hordes! of the) i ,
portable wireless outfit which it was I|I J.NO.:"\ ('LEMONS.: :"\ OF HKOOKKIt.OF WurrniiiM ,mKitt."I during month __._ kumer
in the matter of collections have created nt a given spot, so the eloc1trietty
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that Uolnncii July I ( .__..__ <
'believed would paaa! through city. SIIOTGl'S1'1'l'I I'JIK 2
'been smashed by Collector James M. VICTIM Mitrdt: No. 3. of IMison's: dUI I1t',1 lightning! The Germain tare not nn inventive

The effort was/ fruitless : Cathcart, who has just announced that nalnncr Juno' I. 1"UK ............- 115.IDKfciii't is gatherc'd and hurled. through space. people They steal ideiis, like the Btib-

Plant City, with only a little more I I the total collectons for the fiscal y..arI As a result of a shotgun attack I by Wnr.n',"*. <'mmiud!utintr tltirinii month month-u-.__ tV 7( ..5tf Jft The eX"I'llIIent, i resulted in the" slay mllriw and Ihe long-range gun: nnd 1 ,

oipolation,' than Bartow registeredmore I from July -1, TJl"! to June IJO, IJI! !, unknown parties on a Phoenix Park Iliilnncc' July I. HUH _...____ .__ K7.UIII. ing of ii whole) flock of sheep nt a develop them to a high degree' : *, but
than twice as rnnny babies during car of the Jacksonville Traction Co., .',Irl No. .. stroke little that is purely original 1
'amount to i,7m.fiOH.l8.: ! This is three llfilunri. .lime I I. 'HUH ___._._... 1616 single) I but the HcientiHts taid cornea
BabyVeck, and) seems to br 'and u half times us great as the collections at an early hour Wednesday< morning, IcvrdptchuMmr' month u ._ ..... (then that the! grout inventor had, not from be( ierman mind.

greatly leading all other South Flor- : for the fiscal year lUKi-17! A. Hanson motorman and! John wan Uaitx i"Miu, >it t ilurliiit month _. yet learned to control his lightning The fait that America lends the .
llnlnnci luly I I I. I"IK| _. ::: 161.63'
lad towns outside of Tampa. when the total was $:M !I\\W.: :! !:\ : demons, conductor, arc patients at Dl.trlct No.-1. HuHlciently, tend, that there was danger world in inventions may furnish good ,1 .'

A Lakeland citizen has invented a | Henry J. Stephens the railroad) engineer St Luke's hospital, suffering from Pulnnoo Juno 1. 10IA -__.. ._.._..-. 12993 if used, on the battlefield of a general grounds for, the hope that the om is
rcferigerator machine for use in the gun-fchot wounds, It is not believed Rvc.littn Jurtnir month ____ .__._.._ ftti4 killing his weel all 9 '
shot wife which
who was by his at Warrant _ own army n> as idea i is! to bring peaee to
10..1! during month -.611; l lllnltimi
army. The machine is a portable one I their home in ;Miami on Sunday is still however, that either man is dangerously July I. 1UX ._._ ,_. _"._' UK.OS Hint of his uclvcrHiuy the1 world and end wars forever will

and hoi. one ton. Those who have I| hovering between life and death at wounded. The car was! coming Dl.lrlrt NnKiilHlir K. There is another theory" that :MrKdison come nut of America and its secret :

juimined it say that it is a !good maine I the Miami General Hospital. Stephens into the city after the last trip to lticetl" .Inn,ilurmtr, I. month ItllH .....__.. ._ 1297...11) : is. working on nil explosive so remain in the. possession of the Gov-! ) ::11

.} and will measure up to the re- improved somewhat last night Phoenix Park, und the attack took VVnrintilH' iNHiit'tt during month ....__ concentruttd Hint enough( to ,destroyu einment which in its big and noble'
quirements.Out place ut Evergreen avenue and Twenty llnlnnr' July I I. HUH _. _..._.. __ _._ 1 ISO.A1( to nil unions .'
r but the physicians! declare that he is lli.lrlrt. ) :So V.Iliilnnr. divison ran be packed in a small way will be ublu to soy :

of 191 cows tested near Kis- still in dangcr.frs.; Stephens is still .sixth street. Doth members of the .' line" 1. HUH ._. ._. ... 11191 cnpHule. With this kind of hell. -pill 'lie I good: bi have, and tight nut, elsewe if

*immee by the assistant state veterinarian locked up in the county jail to await crew were on the front platform at ltt Warinnttt>''''itt| ilurmx. month '_.:.. one aviator could! carry up enough" ( of dehlroy yoti.-St. Augustine l Itc- 1
surd)
nuinth
during ft 25llulunci
recently one was condemned the result of her husband's injuries.inte..n the time of the shooting, the assail- July I I. HUH ......_.__. 100.0K the capsules to rend hole army to ord. ,
ant apparently standing close up to Dlitrlrt No. ,
of tuberculosis.This 10.
for having symptoms!
men, of the Dixie Division! .. _.
Pnlnnr him. _
the truck as the cur came along, I1ndfir..tI I I. HUH 'u. 15100KicelplH
speaks well for the condition of who were tried by court martial for diirintt month __.____...u. i
I through the gate No NVorms In Healthy Child For Indigestion. Constipation or ,
the dairy cattle of that bection. VVnrrnnl .lIrol| iliirtiiK mnnlh n_. a
.Farmers of Escambia county assembled i desertion have been sentenced to the Mrs. Violu Trice, of Tampa wassentenced Huliinti luly I I. 'HUH _. __ ___ -._ 151 6D' All rhlldri-n fr..oohh.with,\ worntn Imvinn 00'i ihmllhy Itlllousnest ,y 1
disciplinary barracks at Fort Leaven- to a fine of $100 or Di.lnit) No. It.nulunrr volt wliii It 1."kuoo'Apo..r. l 101..1. nn,1. ax Just 50-crnt Inittlo of LAX-FOS J
house Pensa- pay .. ... try one i
at the court in I The Juno l t. lull 1n.f'')
sentences -
Kan. rangingfrom .u malnn.'h itlHturtiniK
worth rob thoro In |Iran
to the serve DO cIa last Saturday morning put five to Several of :: : I .k0V1STASI.I.Ftischi117iINIG61v'nrexuhaly I
thirty years Wnriitril l..u.d 1 itiinntf monthHulnn.t : 1 '
of ordinance Mode and
Tllmpl1' iiku..
midllemen out of business! by forming these men were from Honda and were coveringthe July 1. 111113. _.... ....._... tl7..I'1| for twuor thrre w..b.will rnrli tlic'tilixd iw i Laxative pleasant tot
.. (;itiiprnlSlri'iulirnlnil Meih-
of seditious thodl6.'etlnnnndartIII
use language prove rCnrlinendrdtnlhnpublicbyParis| f
shall Dl.lrlrl No. 1 UItHltinti
a co-operative society, which in hiding in the swamps nl'orllIx; A sixtoon-foot splinter was driven Juno I I. HUH __. ...____. 4ift, 06If Ionic to thowhuln' nyli'in Niiluri-. will I'thruwolTrirdlHlM1 .. Clnelanuundnelun'rvoLaxutivttlkuuw\ 'tl
market their products through the ville in Duval county" lien capturedby | .COIIIM., ourimr month ._ ....... lor the' ...''''., and the ( )hlld) wi!: IH yl
Tun
tho Theodore. dull
of Jacobs T'nstelex9 1t i
through drove'ii
State Marketing: Bureau and eliminate lioswell his body \t 1)r, ,,nab fHHiit'il diirlnic month iwrfocl hnnllll. l'lco.aut .lu take air: IK i Ixitlh I (Juiiuno and ;
Marshal and
; depjuties
U.
I a colored sawyer, lust week, at Ocnla. Hahuir. July I I. HUH .. ... Ins 00
prohtcennp.vito I I a few weeks ago It is thought the man will survive tho ni.trlrt No. II.Ttnlnnri .

licenses! because of a ruling Lewis Peter :Nutty, a student officer injury. . June 1. HUH ._u_..._..- HI 711
Ihr nut donna month ._ .
atel.v handed down by the Supreme at the ;Miami naval air station was WnrriinlH iKnutnl durinK month .___ I

our't. will in due time be refunded to killed in a full with a seaplane at 7.10: IIEITT.X-- t'OLLECTORSAI'l'OIN'I'ED ; llulunii' July I I. HUH ._ ____ HIU.
Dtilrirl No. IIIliilnnn McCALLFor
all who make claim for such funds p. m. Tuesday The young officer was! [: IN 12 DISTRICTS. Jun. I. HUH __ ... _...u 17UMItiriiiil
nut a* the money has been paid into making a practice flight at Deermg '* during month ._.._ .____.
be refund- %ta",nltl IMHUK! tlurlnif monthitiiiniut .__ r 1
thr state it cannot Island where he stationed and
treasury was Tux C'olector B. M. Dowlmg has appointed July i I. 111111 -- ..- -- ._ runt; Al
.d I until the legislature passes a law 'i fell from ft distance of about one the following Deputy Tax tll..riel N n. 15.Iliiliimv .

luthorizinjf such action. I hundred feet. lie died of a fracture Collectors; to collect delinquent taxeson Jun. 1 I. HUH ._... .. ... 20361 ,- Summer
1C cuitH during month . ... 4 HA
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More Florida boys will soon enter at the base of the skull. At the naval personal property in the different w,mil runes' 'IMHIIK iliirmir month JHIItlllunr .7

the army service and they will bo apportioned air station tonight it was impossible voting precincts: ,. July I. HUH/ ._ .. -'..r, HiDillrlrt irnilcs i I and] i

as follows: "To entrain to learn where Mutty was from. Lawtey. No 1-Louis If. Hill. ,,<' Juno I. HUH No... '_M.llnliin . I'r.: "'lIdcilit quaintest Summer 1
white 16-19" of the recent difficult to lake l lurinv month 210 11 |
i ) July Pensacola is finding it Butler No. 2-O. II. Richard. )

iraft men, 850 will go into camp litHltiesbur house the many new people who are Palestine No. ::4-Ci.! If. Richard Itiiluri Win., runt. *July liMuiil I I. ilurinif HUH month. 1117! IIDintrirt \t dresses and

:) ;Miss. "To entrain (coming to that city to work in the Providence, No. .t-O. II. Richard No. I r.Xiilnmv .

white) July 22-25"::; 1,000 to Camp !shipyards The Journal of that city Hrook. No. 5-C. L. Shaw. I .Kiitx, during.Inns I I.ninth HUH _.". -. t L- .HIIt .1VViiriintM } for the 1 lady who 1 ; 1

>T?' nleat, Fort Oglcthorpe, (Ja. announces that 100 houses are to be Stuike No. (C-W. J. Epperson.; iHHUiil durintt month "_n' '
llalutico July I. HUH .. .. . ._ .. 4'> "0lli wraps lift patriotism -
Many towns in the state are contemplating built there to take care of the new Hampton No. 7-Boland, Jones. -- t
lr > : IH.
> | '0.
establishing curb markets. residents and the council passed an Raiford, No. 8-S. B. De-nmnrk. Iliilan. June I. HUH .. _._.n... SHO'H. about ., '
Those that have nlcady tried out the ordinance Monday authorising the Issuing Worthington No. 9-C. A. ScatT. 1 ..c,."u.ui durlnv month _. _. _ .4'l" j ; 1 ,1
f I
proposition. claim that they are a boon of bonds! to the amount of $170- New River, No. 10-Itobt. Andrews! WnrNinU. July laud) I I. diirlnic.HUH _month_ P. h._.- UIA' .:41llallllHP ,V\ her- like a cloak, \J//\\ I r

ti.. the consumer as well as to the producer 000 for the purpose of extending,: the Theresa No. 12-Boland Johns. llUtrlrt :No. H I I. tiI McCaill'atterns"I"
I KiiliinxJun... I I. HUH ._._ 74 HAK
of fruits and vegetables in that water mains, sewers und grading andpaving Lists are being mulled out to the h 1I
) ,'ciiiilH' tliirlnir month _____..___._. .
they afford a convenient way of disPosing of streets to the new section above-named collectors WnrranU t'.II'd durinir. month - i'1\\1\\ are best-

I of their surplus stocks after that will be built up. These collectors are requested tomake I )HilHiiip. July I I.....HUH..rl.t0.: Y", 7 10fI" / i ItU! t d

.hipping. Dan Irving of :Milton will be !given the collections and have same I Iliilnric .lum I I. HUH _ .. _.._--_ IS'I\' \ . ..---
Sanford board of trade is going af- a hearing before United States Commissioner in not later than the first Monday U{. r,",1 i u" durinir month .
..
. J. Sullivan Jr. Monday in August. WjirriuilM' 1"11..1 during month I 1
plant
" the government dehydrating Jerry .. HIIIIMP July I. 11.113------------, Id". 71 McCALL
and, will have one at an early date morning on the charge of passing 'IHdrlrl' :N.. 21.ll.lmn. I ,
t
STORM DOES I\MARK: IN Juno I I. HUH\ . h.__ 1JHJIH
Tf the should decide not 'counterfeit mom > Irving was arrested PATTERNS
government .CIIII. durlnn month .__.__..nu. HURU f. : ,
'4 build one in Florida Sanford will :I by police officers on the charge WESTERN:\ PART OI' COUNTYWdneadav : t\ n'' ,.",. *.it durintf. month '

have one under private ownership to of \being durnk and I was taken into cus- I 11..1",,,.e July t, HUD ... 13109Itillrlcl \\f for July C
I
take care of the many crops that left tody by federal officers, who rlaim that I afternoon of last week '. Jum I. Kin -.Zl.Illdntrn 60 91,, J S

'unshipped in the fields after the sea- ne passed lead money. Officers said while tho family of Mr. and Mrs. II.Tomlin"on. lK.r< "nt dirlna month ___-_ .. .- 4 2'lXV I $ Wl Now on Sale \
who live about two and I ulnae isHind dunnii. month I 111
ion is that the imitationof ,.. ,. M"'
over. I money was a good i I"ul.!?,c,. July 1. IV1* .. 'i'1 5412 i i I.d p. III! CirllDn
The Florida State Fair Association! coin but was: too heavy. one-half miles south of Lake Butler, 1'1_'1'1.1 N.. 24.I x11; ldn ek.t
were? {id Ktarke: at the horn of their I In..u., .". tuno 1. UIH p __ ___. --_u M92S (
has already begun advertising( its For gelling sugar at lOc per pounda I H. during month ......... 2H4 7HV
'I,.xt exhibition. It will he held! in fine of J-25: was imposed on a Hills- daughto1.! Mm. E. R. Poppell, they received | \ telephone from Lake I . . .. _.... d1.U
.
'"lection with the Pan-American Inv borough county merchant who had to a message( I! .uI r July I I. HUH ,
Vi. UIHmiiri
1 national Farm and Live Stock Ex- pay ito the lied Crown. Butler informing them that the storm I '' Juno I I.Jl.'rlct 1916| .. \\tlt 1v 1 1'II
had, worked" havoc with their place. _._ __ 311W
KI ition( on its grounds at JacksonMe Ford 11.'II'1 i'in duress month -- 00 --
van.
A Jacksonville car was
When I ...... nth .
they returned oil 'Thursdaymorning' / nr"tJI .1 diirtnir) m' -
on Nov. 27 to Dec. 6, inclusive quished Saturday\ night by a juvenile I I'Iolt.' July I I. HUH P.. I4gij}
found that the
asked to have coun- they ttrongwind : .. (. I IvbL
ry county Is a the Moultrie! road. The car I I M.'rl.t N >
on I
pig
had moved their home, a farjfe I n.'anc.'. Jan 1. I"I IH _. .. "IO IiM.rmm
.
v "xhibit. was traveling at a fair rate of speed frame structure enough to break durinir montH ... ._ ...-... l7u "YLO ZYb it it f-t1.H,1r".WO that D? !I4.H.vH+ti -.5i4- > 1
Pactically every community of any but the was moving slow, holding the wisou.d Hurlnir. month ... . I4tHi :
Duval county has been pig chimneys in two, u barn built last ,.an... Jlly. I.I HUH . III Cl
"nsequence in the road. Ilelievmg
and I the center of fall, had been lifted off the blocks onto UhrlrbN... 55. i HOT WEATHER i
)rganized. into patriotic leagues that the little porker would clear his the ground several) small tin,xmr. fynn i I. IHIH iH7
<-h buildings on ._ . . .15
< farmers showing willingness monthVariinui
are a path the motorist continued on with 1 IL '"ii''r' durinir -
the place were smashed to pieces \ l 1..i"f dicing morrttlllnnnr .-
' to do their very best toward out diminishing speed. He guessed while the roof July I I. ISIS .__.-_ 21 .gl NECESSITIES
iMping, to defend their country. :Men, for the pig showed the utmost corrugated iron of one lll.lri.t '",,"o.21. i i
wrong had been scattered over the fields and) __ DMK (
omen children turn out to the PII''lineJun. I. HMH 324
and and) when it
contempt ofr the flivver woods. A large stack f>f ')jay and "..1durlnlf month .... -. .-_. -- 1 I.M(
meetings and ready for any back and _. *H.50
are struck the pig hunched its V irrnnU. IR'U..I l durinir month i
fodder in
'mer encies. over went the car. The occupant of one of the fields\ was scattered 1 II nnn. July I. I 191. 'UU' 25'.K4; t With the coming of hot weather you should provide r '
,
over forty m'res of land and lll.lrirt Nu. 1*
Thomas E. Watson of Thomnston.a the cur was pionioned ,down but man- part of another forty verey panelof "Hi, ."... Jens I. I'MH uU- DO.7" : yourself with the necessities to make life more com :
famous editor publisher and poll- ., month H4M
the windshield I" 'ipu durinir -----------
1 I, 'an. who for the past few days has aged to crawl through few rail fence was down and! not a stalk "-,,,u'. innur-l. during month ...... *.noIt fortable. I have a full line of :
Jack- I Ito the open. lie suffered only a of rorn was left standing on the plantation ..,'liner. July I. 1'llH. _ ._ 9141 I .
?n ill in the Hotel Mason in .
abrasions one arm. 1'1..n'I "0. 2IU
on
FREEZERS WATER
. '" 'ille, is reported! ) as greatly im- "nc. Jun.. I. lilt .--- U OI' I I. COOLERS .
stated :Maggie Anderson a mgrcK. em- No other farms in the vicinity suffered fftpU" durinir month. .h' --__- 8.1 IIAnrr
nioved. His private secretary the family of serious the ..nw "u..t rturlnn month .... .. 8H SO I : Full line of small articles. : '''t'tZ
not Mr. Watson is steadily ployed as a nurse in damage, farm of f r.Tomlim"n' . a'.1.
recovering tan 00011 July I. a UI" ------ -
>n old .__ i iI
saved the life of three-> car- the path of the storm but the wind I I'" ..nrJnn. I. 1 .14: - ---ftn O 'InI
n a short time.A .. ', durinir month .00--1301.21w quito. Window in all sizes and kinds. Save :
Eleanor Darnell Friday afternoon Hew, down other growth and > ipui I'i screens :
corn and
has been reached by rr.nu .blued d..mnr. month ____..I7HI,n
nate compromise and house conferees on the when she and the child were run down i i demolished fences on other farms rat,, ."c. July I I. 19Lt l .- .. __.-._.._064") ',', 1 I. your wife's temper by buying a :
driven ; Ida 'through ( July 4. 19(11I
auto byIrs. the section.
an
laval) appropriation bill regarding the Ilaynes by of No. 708 North B Stre..t.When I -- I 18.,1, County, BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE t ts
.
' West submarine base. ""a. of FloIlet ,
iroposed Key of $200,000 ,- the nurse saw the big auto STATE DEMOCRATIC) EN; ECU-: | h rcb" certify, thut ih- n-Bolnff "a\MOm.n No hot sweltering days over a wood stove. Cook in t tI
Instead of a flat apropriation .h.. Kcvtptii .1)'I. I Otbum.m.nta of the fund
> for the new station, the con'erees bearing down upon them she deliber-- | TIn: BODY MEETS: JTLY 17. of,,f U-iKtford I"u.,'> for 'r.' month or lone. comfort on one of our oil stoves.JONES .
the child in front of her In th I.. bmt, of mr
ately placed |191 I' "o tni* and I rirrct
agreed to authorize that sum .. ''.* and I I h-, '. j ji
and make immediate appropriationf and when the machine struck and | The new state Democratic executive ") r. R POPPELICo .. I

11,000,000 an only. rolled over her she still held to the I committee nominated in the June I 'iriy 8up.rinl..n.I.nt at I .bll liutnieti. HARDWAREStarke
in fashion that her body 4th will the Seminole t'ounty
Uord
Dispatches from France last week babe such primary meet in i i lIa< ,

that acted as a shield for the little one, I hotel, Jacksonville, on July 17, -
information Corp.
Rex onvcyed Dettre the of Bradentown, had been I who escaped with only a few slight\ i at 11 a. m., to perfect its organization Piles Cured 'In 6 to H DaysUroSgWtrfendtmm'Vl.ed i Fla.rltlU.Y. I
several) /) OINTMENT!: falls
bruises. The nurse suffered and for the transaction of any

cited by Gen. Pershing as having been broken ribs, injuries to her head and jl other business! which may L<* pre h a Proltnldln."" PU... 't 4, fit-34'Ht>+H+M-'.'. ...1<$4+1,4-,444+.+t decorated with the distinguished service I I .J:
: : : ;
cross for gallantry) at Villers- cuts on her body. She will recover sented. ::tfa1n.L09.ftcr:: I ho 5191 .Nlkatbta. Pfl'









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FRIDAY JULY 19. 1918.
AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH. STAUKE, FLORIDA.

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dissemination of the news sent us by Gertrude and Loca Anderson made u 'HOUSE:; BURNS:' SATURDAY :NIGHT' *+*+**+*+++ I..ly***++*++++ I CALOMEL DYNAMITES

Bradford County Telegraph the soldier boys.Notwithstanding. business trip to Sturke :Monday.Mr. SLUGGISH LIVER

:'; the increased cost : and ;Mrs. Will Uaisden of A negro tenant houie belonging to I COMPARISON ''A

;I'aljshcd;j and entered of everything that goes into the making Stark were guest: of their parents Wm. Edwards on the outskirts of both Into Sour Bile
\Vcekly, as rcond about eleven! o'clock \Vc INVITE compVlson' making
caught fire
of 11 newspaper, the higer wagenite Mr. and Mrs. S. IJ. II'nmark1011: town
class matter at the iwmt-oflke at and the new postal zone law the day afternoon. Saturday, night und 'burned to the :J: as to price and quality of our J You Sick and You Losea

Starke. Florida. Telegraph! has no intention of dropping Mr. and ;Mr. I!. K.: Dyal and little ground in a short while. Owing to + choice line of :J:: Day's Work.

-- - one single: soldier boy from the daughter, :Marguerite Gilmore are 'the distance from the nearest fireplug | GROCERIES -

E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor tend Ownrr. list nor of asking them to pay for the the guests of :Mr. Dyal's parents Mr. the firemen could be of little us- J Calomel salivates? It', .

J. C. ROBINSON:' :' AsHoriate Editor. paper they are now receiving but we! and ;Mrs. G. E. [lYIII. sistanco. { J: : You need thl'm..muat have Calomel acts like dynamite "- w J '

t. do ask and expect every business man Mrs.: Orrie Hood, Mulberry: is I :*: them. !:! gish liver. When calomel] t ,. nf'

t.t in the county to give this paper the visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. FINE:' CORN)\ :' CROP :t After comparing our jjood and ::|: contact with sour bile it eras"t ; ,

t :.. \,'rtl'.iIc) patronage it deserves. It B. Denmark this. week. :I with othorj when you "" mtl
I LJ ETyii 19! ; prices it, causing cramping and ,
nm ,
1t2li3J giT is the advertising that makes possible Mr. Schchcy nnd Mr. Elias Wester, Among the finest corn seen in the
:;t I K'IiOwhy::' we have no tear \ \ I If you feel bilious, heada. '. .
" 1 ; [ mj ._fw u J" ? I h.' printing of a paper; the price of who are employed in the shipyards in county Is a small field I of Haating's stipated and all knocked i.- ??
tln ,,,'ription does not cover theM Jacksonville, spent Sunday here with Prolific] just ofT Walnut street grown t MIKE'S FRUIT STORE J4HH out ';

5I6 t of issuing,; n paper of the standard their families.Mr. by L. E. Jordan of the Young Trading to your druggist and get a 'ent
i1w1 I' + -++ 11+ II+ II+**+++++++ bottle of Dodson's Liver Ton.'
the Telegraph is being held to. : Willie Epperson of Starke, was Co. The stalks are extremely tall I which

t 7 891O11[ 1.I3"SpS The Telegraph is not asking for a in liaiford :Monday afternoon.Mr. und have two and three ear of. corn is a harmless calomel.] vegetable substitute, for

I ,'harity,!: contribution but is asking/ Dan Johnson, who had been to each stalk. :Mr. Jordan is doing hi.- I dangerous Take a,1.I t.t t. .onfjj
it141516117118 Ihi- the banker and the foodstuffs. and if it doesn't start your I ,-,
merchant pro. visiting his parents here last week "bit" in raising and
fi lonal men of the county to give I returned to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. .-- straighten you up better and ,,1I'ker,

"" 'J T TJ; the Telegraph its just dues by usingits I.ooney Supp was in Lawtey on AT WORK .i iENUMERATOR than nasty calomel] and withou',, malting -

; V ?22324] $27 udvertifung columns. The man Friday afternoon.Mr. : ? you sick, you just go back .1 I .' gtt

who thinkq hi:' advertising bill represents W. S. Valencia who is employed has your money.
entimrrutm
NAVJ R. A. Green county
L2 t1fI .1 I' wasted money is not a businessman in Jacksonville visited his family begun work on his bi-annual) report If you take calomel today \ be

; he is too narrow-minded to sec for several days this week. and states that from his observation sick and nauseated tomorrow ,jf|

; that' keeping his name in the public Dr. and Mrs.: \V.V.. Farnell were the 1918 production! will far > xceed th I It may salivate you, while if : take
mind is worth he I Dodson's Liver Tone you WII! "I .
,Foe i every penny puts the guests of Mrs. Farnell's mother 1917 yield.It .p
11, \KK IIEVEIV into an advertisement even if he failsto :Mrs. S. M. :Morrell, last week. Dr.Farnell is very important that the. farm feeling great, full of ambit and,
sell one single article the advertisement ready for work or play. It's h. I, '.
d.- i ------- left Sunday for Charleston ers give correct estimate.nf, their n <<
, I hut M thai' 'I I ro.- thntiMiinti. milt, it nwny? ,; carried. where he will enter the medical pleasant and safe to give to < -n-en-!
6 QJhtli corps'' to the enumerator.NOTICE.
o production
;,:; SMV 'iftly. I limy.Fur crop
finii.; innn The of the advertising they like it.Constipation. i ,
larger i
portion
fmr my friend who I liu r Just .ilowni of the navy having been commissioned -_. - 14'1'
J i The .lrr*' w*. I ntlhl hvrv in our t..wn-- carried in the Telegraph consists : a licutcnnt in that branch of the :. -
Ithl {* That May' hiiir war'*thin thn-e ihiiuKhlleM thminand, Ihinic nillfj you away nay. of foreign advertising and this factalone I service. : and Indigestion

. I I I'd iinnwiT not for hln n<|ily'. should cause the home merchant Mr. Walter] Graham, of South Jacksonville .
t1"ttr1. If he ahnuM )hi'iir. He'd. MUM the llo to consider that if advertising:\ in the was here Sunday, thellll'st I will be in my office on Monday. 1 "I have used Chamberlain'and r ou
To M> uuli'k. hot. liloml. you'd nwviit July 22 1918 for transacting businessfrom
you Telegraph] did not why these EV ES must they are the )b,',: I
are
At word you unealf hut to nitreuFor pay. of his mother, Mrs. W. S. Graham.Mr. 8 to 10 m. und from 2 to 4 EDGAR I say Man
a
just a miinirnt come with mu advertisers contracting for thou. ever used for constipation and 'httei.!
'\ fow .t.',,,, only you nhallRiirht ao.. sands of inches of space to lie used : and Mrs. J. B. Cone and son p. m. J. C. POl'PELL. Optician TestedJACKSONVILLEfLA. I tion. My wife also used then: f'r
>indigestion
Marvin
at your door thin thinic you lay and Messrs. Dan and, Joe -- -- .
': "' > I i In full thrro thounnnil. mllra away. for two and(! three :yours7 and they did her i ,id."
in Untile" .. .. Johnson spent the week-end with relatives + + + + + + + + + + . + + + + +
The lint .r "Killed The stands. bo- S.
i Telegraph soliiily Broken L..n..c" Duplicated | writes Eugene Knight Wntr
in 'I nit-
.
) . ho who llvmJilBt Brooker. + LEGAL NOTICES
\ 1 Our ni'lKhuor'a don the .tr son.t.1'' Coma ...... I pray hind the soldier boys and the govern Mr. Same Day as Recillvcd 'I I IW ton. N. C., Chamberlain's Tab. "., ire
If ...r'. thr>>.. thoi-iiind tnllr away. ment they represent, and we only ask I who have Ardell Browning, of Lakeland, + . + .4 + + + + + + + + + _Specialize i onn Orders-We F\y rJtti I mild and gentle in their action ''iive;
been
-.Ky t'lyilc. H. Wilson of the VlKlluntra. I visiting relatives here 1 ISO W rOHSYTM T \
that the business iit.'ind behind
men : us I returned home Tuesday.Mr. NOTICE them a trial. You are certain tc, u
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J I In ou'r efforts to give the people at : pleased! with the agreeable laxative
Now the ice man is to be investi- borne I the abroad I Colonel Addison and family The Strong Withstand the Heat of
an boy/i a paper Tat' not h'"' that I sIll on August 6th. 1918. effect which they produce. Obtain.
,. .44 ( .-Timos-Union. Ain't it time ? worthy of the county they claim us I whoh ave been visiting relatives herefor - Summer Better Than the Weak able everywhere.Adv.The .
, .----- I the past two weeks returned to ply for a pardon for Fulton Jnrk.c.n. who
their "home" county. their home in wits, cunvlctid of murder at thi' Fall Tt rmf Old people who are feeble anti younger people
_ Fitzgerald Ga. Tues
in ,
in innurnnce ,
Belling
Men engaged .
r --- > tho Circuit Court for Krailfi.nl county. who are weak will be itrentfthened end enabled tnllothrnunh Quinine That uoes not Atfect the HeitBeeaii
: South; I Dakota }have been clawsod an liltADFOICI COI'NTV: CIIAITEKA. day. Klnrida. in 1H13 : anyom* dcMirinic. flay thonuid dcpresnluX heat of summer by tak-
, : thin. he hianl 1 on tho merit ..f the application. GROVE'S TAS rtLESSch: III TONIC. It punllea. e ol Its tonic and laxative: effect L.1XA
engaged/ _in_non-essential_ work. K. ('. IUISILY: ENGAGED.::' ; WILLIAM C. IIOJ>OES..I lug T1VK BKOMOOUJNINKisbetlerthim Jti'matr
.-- KLARREE :NEWS .I U-2t. Attorney for J'etitiom'rADMINISTRATOR'S and enrlcheatheblxdandbuildaupthowltoloeyatam. Quinine ami does not Cause nerv.ustl not
You can onion feel Its 8rt olllh.olug.lovi/lur' rtnwlntlln head. Remember the full nom, Ttf
AMarion: county: farmer uses kt-ro- Among the many wonderful things atlnU Effect. BUc. look lur the signature of K. W. CKOVB ,Co
.rI"l'' FI'ne and camphor gum in making which, the American Red Cross is dong Elarbee, July] 17.-:Mrs. J. D. Green NOTICE
spent; the first of the week with
attack the boll weevils. part
I" "gas" upon for the of the war-torn
population Notice IB all creditor, di '
.---- countries, none is" of more importance her mother, :Mrs. J. :M. Futch. trolmll'.... lt>ffatc.fa hfivhy and xivcn all to other prisons hav->- + +++-MNo-+++++++++++f+++++++++I.+++++++++++++++++++++ 4
St. curb Mrs. Nancy Sapp is spending Inir claims or dcmamln airainHt khu rotate of :::
A farmer at the Augustine sometime i
'it find, readier in the ,
nor a response .1. D. 1'ailwtt, ..........01. to prcnvnt the same
with her
',; market solil I $ 10 worth of farm products hearts of America than relief for theBelgian son, :Mr. C. R. Supp of to tho undersigned MA Aiimmiiitrator of his I
in one hour. And there was more and French babies. La wtey. 0aii] estate within two yearn from the late 1
the Miss :Maude Futch returned homl'Fri'.IY hereof otherwise the Name will be hnrreil.l i (
than farmer in bunch too.
'- ono ...- --- Bradford County Chapter A. R. C. afternoon from Macclenny >nteil and HiKnuU this 15th day of May A. Time '
D. 1918
has recently added this work to its
where she eleven] SIDNEY D. PA DGE'M'.
The Jacksonville market is receiving I spent days nt the
many activities. Already the women An mlminltitrator of the ftttato of J 0. I'ud.gvtt -
; many boosts from nil over the who are devoting their time andstrength bedside of her si4terlrH.: :M. T. ilrceaHeil.. .
state and it is hoped the council will of Thrift. Mr. G. W. Thrift uccompnnioil A. V. Long. ottorn y. 5-17-Dt
: to making garments for
adopt the active tactics to place thin our hospitals! and the civil populatiOn her bark home.
city in the land in this important war of the dovasted regions, lire put.- Rniford:Mrs. J. M. 'Futeh was shopping/ in NOTICE OF (.L'AKIIIAN SALE I Like The I
Tuesday.
meuHure.-Times-Union. .
tingwilling hands to the ,
fashioningof Thirty ilayii' after iliiUhereof on to."II
:Misses .
-- --- Maude nnd Rosn
tiny !garments for the" little? newcomers Futch attended .Ihr liith dnv of \taguai'. I'.HH.! I will apply 10
A (lermiin in speaking of the million ') church nt Pine Grove Sunday. the Honorable to u land laid waste of even ..r Bradford Horidn. for Ontorto + _ _ __
County +
Mrs.: Dollie) Harris of'nYI'ros' an
Americans now in Franco says, "
the barest necessities by n brutal enemy Hell at private Dale lb t'nt'-e'y'nth undlvlileil :
"They arc only cannon fodder' and not of mankind. On.. is the guest of Mrs. J. M. 'Full'h. Intercut each of Ilarney Ifenilrlcknanil Present
Misses[ Winnie Jom>ph K.: Hfn anti i
of Lilly Tanner
the proved uncon- attended
equal our war -
That the' work of providing garments :. HenilnckH anil I IlOry! F.. Carrol. ileccaneil.in . .. i
quernl.lo troops." The only thing for the wounded may not suffer church ut Pine Grove: Sunday. and to tho following deHcrihi'il' katIe to-

that makes. the Germans "unconquer and that the funds now in hand Rev. J. :M. Futch end son, Liny.ir, wit: Southutwt CJuarter of SmithweRt (Uuur
tar & South Half of Norlhwent Quarter of
alle" is his ability to retreat.. may be., ample! to cover the huge df- lire ! ------. ---- menus that the surgical dressings department Springs. Rev. Futch is holding] ItwI'.k's I Ifli. S Itanicv. I 11''" E.. containing in all 4 MUM
acrtii more or I lenx. Thin lath lay of July. I I
of Harvard University
Prof. T. N. Carver To
meeting there.
will be making soon, the officers / ISIS 4D.. ANDREWS.fiuanltan Buy
Bays: "Anyone \\ho in these of the loer.l: Chapter A. It. C.are :Miss :Maude Futch was shopping in ..r Itarnpy Hendrick* ..",I Jtwep. )
days of impending doom buys anything appealing to the generosity pf the Rniford Saturday, E I"ll.-nclrlcki. minor hc-lri of .lo<.> t;. I",'ndr,,':,.

which ho docs not need for bin people of Starke support this. new :Mrs. John Thornton, who spent Inst on.1InrI'! 1-:. Carroll deceased.MASTKU'S -

I health fctc-rngth: or efficiency is hiring branch of the work by in.li'idulIloirtl week with her' i.lOthl'I', at Luke Butler : SALK iI
:1 some ono to lo H'Tiethinothat is returned home .
I in money material and lab'or.Karh Sunday.Mr. I ROOFING
: unnecessary I lie in hiring someone to I I : layette (supply for ono baby : Charlie Wainwright, of Sap :Notice !i. 'It''t-t-,.1 I- tr\en thnl iin,ler and by
out of t the essential industries.II Virtue of n Final Decree of Foreclosure' ionic'
stay!
\ .. I ) must be complete when shipped waR seen in our community Sunday un.l rendered July Int. A. I II. I''l"\ by the
is competing with the Governmentfor ; afternoon.Mrs. .Imlire of the Cli'-llit I Court of the Itt h Judicial
materials and manpower with 11 from the Chapter. A layette consists Circuit: : ,,f 1IriIi.: : in and: for Ilratlfortl Conn,
of the following /garments. : 1 capo J. M. Futch and charming tv. in Chancery Sitting, in favor of AMF.K- I A load in i
which to win the and deposited
war premsrvo with hood (or a wraping blanket or daughters. :Misses Maude and Rose ICt N ACHICI't.TIIRXt.; CHEMICAL ('0\1. car just our :
the I liberties of 1T01 fl-ki flI. attended 1'ANV COUIIlRVrlOS.. romplninantanti
knitted or crocheted shawl 1 yard prayer meeting ut ltarreH'nstill walnut F. M. II 'i IITr.t'I"NI: 0 HIS WIFE.MARCY .
/ -- - -.- i.. square) :'t I ,drowses ( outing::" 1 flannel ;Monday night. C. BARTLETT. Defendant the untleniinni for i
The market Idea
curb being will offer for Bale before the CourtHouiie rooms
adopted by the Florida, towns as a knitted jacket for wearing outside, of Mr. und :Mrs. Willie Groves movedto Poor at Starko. Florida .helwcvn the ware you. -
dress, :3 white cotton shirts. :M I flannel Lawtey Saturday. :Mr. Groves .leital hoiirn of Hale on Monday AilKUMt 5th,
war measure in that it docs away with I''IH! to the hlifheni. aad beKt liidilcr! for .....h.
shirts ::3 I woolen shirts, 2 of of
pairs was one Uncle Sam's
: the middleman ami producer and consumer chosen boys the following. deflcrihed lands tituatcd, l In
can d<> business direct. An bootees ( flannel, knitted or crocheted ) anti he answered! his country's call. liradfonl County. Florida. to-wt: The East Prices I II

I instance, where big saving could be :3 I flannel binders( 27 or 28 inches long Mrs. Groves will reside with her sister Half the Northwest( ijl of the Quarter Northeast t'i) of Quarter Section I l'.i! Thir> of Right

made by the housewives of Starke if and (>in. wide) ; 2 swaddling cloths] :Mrs. Smith, of Lawtey. ty-two <:12I: TownBhip Seven I I7i' South Ranire
of woolen blanket material Twenty-Two (221 : containing. Twenty
,
we had a curb market is in the buying or squares 'hurch services every third Saturday 'Ulil, acreB more( or I has Kant together with all and
I i of potatoes Potatoes are retailingin 28x32 inches? 1 knitted or crocheted night and Sunday nt the old singular, the tenement, hereditament andappearance

) the stores at $J.rjO to $1.liO(!( per bonnet safety ,pins 12 ,diapers! soup wash 1 bag cloth of ,sundries talcum, llarkley Mill.J. appertaining.* thereunto, belonging or In anywise QUIGIEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO Ie j

)1 I. bushel growers and at 75c cain to be$1 bought per: bushel.from de.the powder, needle\ and sewing cotton andold Jones afternoon.was seen in our burg Sunday J. C Special 1'OPPELL.Muster. I

linen. JOHN W. DULL.Complainant' I
livered. I.ake Butler Huy a War Savings Stamp. Help Solicitor 7-o-St.
ban
sent in
I .---- a large win the war. ++-M4+ 1 I I I +* f*++++-MI-+++++++ 1 M M M H ++ *
number of beautifully made dresses .
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THE Tii.K: ; U.I 191 FOil .---- Taking Big ChancesIt
TIn SOMHKK>> : BOY capes shirts nnd bootl'es.Ve want no.GETS( \ TYPEWRITER is a great risk to travel without
to make these into complete] ]layettes
up .
a bottle of Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera ESTABLISHED 1886

V Shortly after the United States declared moment.and hip at the earliest possible The I.ocnl Hoard for Rrndford coun. nnd Diarrhoea Remedy, as a prep. J. R. DAVIS & CO.

I, I war on Germany and the boys The call I is for of ty has just received new Underwood nrution cannot be obtained on the

; from Itradfonl county began. enlisting Starke. Give of you labor women that the typewriter furnished by, the government passenger trains or steamships. Attacks INSURANCE
in the service of their nnd your for use in keeping the recordsof of bowel I complaint are often
country I wounded may: !bo eared for nnd the Firs, TorDa Accident, Automobile.liability. PlaUGIass, Steam B oiler, Burglary Bor.M
.. the selected men were being sent to the office. Refore this the Hoard] sudden and very severe, and everyone
babies survive for the lands that need
S the training camps, the Telgraph them sorely.If hal l been, "borrowing"! a machine wh..n should go prepared for them. Obtainable STARKE FLORIDA
so
made tin offer to send every Urad- I needed from some of the co'inty offl- everywhere.Adv.
ford county boy the county paper you arrlingc your household so vials, anti the arrival of the typewrit -
you can give more than one afternoon
free of charge! for the duration of the er is timely.
each week do If
so. not give oil the .
: war. This offer was gladly acceptedby --- --
hours
' our soldier boys und today the you can. :NOTICE'
I Ask yourself if you are worth dy

Telegraph training is being camp sent in to the nearly United every I ing for-with American boys facing The Registration-Hooks of the Townof I

't States, to the I'hillipines and across I the supreme? sacrifice for us. we can do Starke will I be open nt the office l
: no less than strive to be worthy of the YOU MAKE MONEYBut
the ocean to France to every boy who price. of the Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.,

furnished us with his addreso. I Mrs. R. A. Weeks has been appointed to August 10th. 191M for the registration .

The Telegraph made this offer that chairman of the committee on relieffor of electors.

the boys in the camps and in the Belgian and French babies. Any 7-12-St C. A. FUTCH.

I trenches might know \\hut was happening : further information will he gladly Town Registration. Officer. Do YouSAVE
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1'RolER -
nt home. Of course. the boys furnished by her. All money und mn-
receive lettres? from home. but a letter i-rial should] be sent to Ked! Cross ( CALLS Foil

can contain but little outside of work rooms plainly marked with the 12.11.1$ :MORE: MEN ; IT?

the family circle, and it takes a newspaper sender's name. .
to carry the news of the neighborhood Washington, P. C., July 15.! -Provost I

and the county. The Telegraph -KAIFOKII :NOTES::; Marshal General Crow.ler today I
has reason to believe the boys issued n draft call for 12.U3: regis

'. want the county paper, else we would n.ror,1 .Iult 17.-:Mr. and :Mrs.'' trants of grammar; ichonl education
not now he mailing! out something over W.1.: Whit antI an-l qualified for general) military er-
ten daughters :Miss
: The time come when will wish had of
the
vice." These men 1.1RI of whom will may you you some
4'J u hundred papers every week with IVrla' Whitten and Mrs. J. II. ))I'n.
be negroes, will entrain between AuaI -. are frittering today.It .
the list still growing. murk are visting relatives in )Daisy, money you away
and 28 for sthools for
Aug various
There are some Itrndford county GIL. this week. special occupational rrnmi'ig" to fit is easy to save, if you but make up your mind to do so.
who :Mr.
boy are not now getting the Herbert Hitch was u visitor to
'j Telegraph because we have not their Stiirke\: ;Monday ufternoon. I them for army service..-- ._ Make the start NOW by opening an account with us.

correct address, an I we ask everyone :Mr. ;Maximberly. of Highland,
1 $:U07.31: <> TAXABLE\ PROPERTY)
'j who Knows a soldier ami has his ad- wus in town Sunday, the guest of
dres to semi it in IN Im.\lWOIW ('OI'
to u< If we havehim friend TY'1

f on our list we can easily check :Mr. h'ph"I'dIoore: und ;Misses The, total' vnlue of taxable!,

*, his address; if he is a now ono we can Helen :N.-nin.-ht'; :and 1.01'an.I'rllon in rtrndford. county shows an increase '

see that his name goes on th,' list. went to I.tI-t('V :Saturday; : afternoon. of $'SKl:
And ut the same time if you receive Miss I Seth\ :Simmons;' went to San- give the personal real" estate ami ,

&'.1 an Interesting l letter from a sulolll'r'' llcrson Sunday for, .1 visit of some railroad. and telegrAph,,,,.., for the '
Hon or friend mall it to us to publish length\ with relnti\es two '
years: I
that others may know what is goingon I Kov. E. C. Wells filled hU regular] 1P17 101S County and City Depository

in the camps and trenches. npriointment, at the l I.t DnptUt: church Personal _ $ fIll.: !!10 $ (.VJ.'JIO: : I
As far as posible the i is here I STARKE FLA.
Telegraph Sunday.Mr Real estate ___ 1,718,150 1.7S1.HHM! ,
doing everything in it* power to keep Doru) TUon and family were ll.ll. & teleffphs 871,585 S7l.V.n: ; )It) I
the boy informed <>f the new at I vi-iturs to l.nwtey Sunday. I P

home and to act as a medium of the :Mr. Shepherd Moore and Mtasea Total] __ __ $3,211,5:% H S3,8oL7Lthr JE

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;\11'. IIollis\ Knight is spending the I :MOONLIGHT) : Sl'PPKK PARTY I GOOLSltY-RIGGS;( ; r PARKER CONVINCED 4!J

week with his cousin, Bland :Matthews -
of Alachua.Mo A jolly trowil of young people enjoyed Salt mniy.od nt the home ofV'. T.

a swim and a picnic supper at Tompkins the mitrrigi- of Louis F. I

Bits of LocalInformation ll j : -"rs. Oscar und Cosmas Alvarl'z."f Lake lvni :'*K-y on Tuesday! evening.Quite I Goolsby of Jacksonville, and Miss;\ BY HIS OWN\ 1

.l.iiksonvillp.I were in Starke the the feature of the evening was Katie May Riggs, of this ,city young !
1Law oml' lltillA'. :Miss Riggs isknown
fit -t of the week. the eating of refreshing watermelons, : '
in Starke, the daughter jj
by many !
while in EXPERIENCE
T sw nnming.Those
f The friends of :Mrs. E. S. of Elder; I' :M. RiK :'". The bride
many :Misses Ella
c- Williamand, family will regret to present were and: Aileen Al- was attractively gowned in white.The i ;l ?ik'f
.M1 Omr TnmU.s 7..4rw : :Mae Long! Kathleen o'clock\ e
at ::1 i
took place
illness of Mrs
le.un of the serious ceremony
H"4 lot w c..c.T__
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( vareMarie Livingston Gladys 111'- '
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Willams. Sunday afternoon. The couple left .J I Can Recommend Tanlac in
,diner Bessie :MoCormick of Gainesville
on the northbound limited. for Jack the Highest Terms" Says
of
Prescott Sampson
Gladys be at homo to .K
returned to' to
Elijah :N.; Coleman: has sonville. They are
Emma I Darby Jennette :Matthews Well-Known Alabama Dentist ;
City -
after short visit with I their friend at 2-2:! Riverside l nvenao.\
Jackson
Camp n 1
'j I and T. M. William, .veil s Y. L. II. Hill of t l.jwtey..c- in Starktisituriidy. ; Hilda Lewis tvf Jasper; und .
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his parents Mr. and :Mrs. :Mose Coleman -
Tuesday.Mr I
lori to Starke Mira Barr; Messrs. Allen (Cnnova I '
I.ITTI.K: SI'RINGS'1'Is.\l'Iit: : its
near Stnrke. I ITumlinson. Man.
Charlie HeIlMle)'. John rWell. Pitt j j"I

: Jim Reynolds of Uaifunl), wa1itarke Mr. and :Mrs. Bon Fcinberg, of I.nkenutlll' Sergt.1'ill :Mnitt. Raiford' i
Parrish has been assigned '

on Wednesday. were guests Sunday at the' Col. J. IJ.'lItch returned from and Will Epperson\: Charlos Ensey of I Miss Little Ruby Springs school! with :Sirs.Warren am firmly convinced! from my ,? k>i
had
where he \ to
home of Mr.;\ and Mrs: Nat SternbergMr. JacksonvilleVednesday, Jacksonville, C. I D. Gunn Guy; Pn-s- own excprience! with Tanlac, that it tl
Mrs W C. Whitten of Raifrod, was been attending\ the meeting! of the ('{.tt. of Sampson City ; Harold Wall and :Miss .:Nitn; puke will do, all people' claim for it, ns I am t

hi upping in Starke Monday. : and :\11'11. C. A. Rownnd! will state executive committee.G. and l Carl Johns.Mr. I : .1, well( man now, after! suffering for '

I"aveIonda; for Jacksonville, where WiUon :Nine; words tell the .ttly .,, \VWc :S 1 twelve years until I tick, Tanlac" Is Ip f
: and 1 :Mrs. Jos. 1 E.; chaperoned -
L. Hi-rrington state! agent! of the Shall Sitv."W.. :-!. ..11 ; of S. J. Parit 1
\Dr.
,;ii(. cures Bilious Fever.-Adv. they will make their home for the fu the party.IIONOU. > t tlit- frank" statement
ture. Boys Clubs! was in the county Wednesday I --..- ----. -. gat'i'' '' "; hl1n', Shirk: i .1 well known Dentist of Roanoke,
work of thechub 'I
looking after the
W B. Young was a business visitor ROLL] \li I'.tma.

|ith, metropolis Tuesday. I :Mr. and Mrs S. K. Kelly, :Mrs. Jin boys. I' The following are the mime-- of I 'I 1 bud u hiiil form of itomach I roil-

;McClenegnhan and Isaac Edwardwere : :; l>li which, diet ressed nuts continually '
who have iont"
those paid sub-script i '
u'\'> r S. Dueling spent Tuesday< itt I visitors to the metropolis Wednesdny. :Mrs O. II. Spencer": left Monday! the Telegraph during the month of tni, nil these years," ho ,'oil tinurd. ,1JIr

onville on u business trip. morning for Miami: on a visit with I. k 4 k "'I'. tilde, headaches would come oil mafrequently
friends after spending\ several daysin June:: ,.
I us n result of a muiMutedanil
Stnrke with :Mr. and :MrsV.. B.Young. I. :Mrs. J. "'. .\Andrews.\:. \E.: Norman.A. : for .
stomach wouM last
I I. Hill Williams was a businesii.utr 6(58(; cures by removing the cause I upset and! 1'
J. Cownrt.\ 1 ( Scarborough.' W'H.
to Lake Butler Wednesday. I ''mss hours! These attacks would coma nx
Bloodsworth, F. A. He--- \VileRobertson \
:Mrs. Ella: Kate Stuck has rcurnei often as! t 1"0 or three times n work. I rlost
--Alexander--- was attending- tou.mI'S home after an extended visit to her Copt S. A. Bryan S. A. 1.. rnad- : l Mrs. 1. I II. :Moore\ J: I. .f = 1R weight rapidly anti, although Itried S ,
.I'
.10 WintersV.. I. Lewis, C( A. Boyd., I.
": master at this point left! Wednesday ; several of tinmost ,
in Starke on Wednesday.A sister Mrs.: T. I II. Oliver! of Sylvania approvedreinedu's
.1. Hln'kt'hlerlin": :Nnlnmit; . J. t
Ga. afternoon Washington, 1) C., being for this trouble, it resisted
called there to meet with the W. Eilwiinls, C. Abernathy.. J. {' /
of I treatment and 1 continued to go: down
Culbreth Hampton was
A a
Jones' T. 1.. Wainwright W. E.: Wainwright
adjustment board presided over by
W. A. Iiubose has been employer
visitor to Starke Tuesday. I
usmess 1S.:: David Luke, H. hill"I
will\ Bailey
:Mr. :'II.AI.o.11';\ Bryan spend
by the Bank of Waldo during the past Cn.w..1 read l about what Tan lac win doing -
A. Howard M.: M.: Crosby, E. 1..
Ford top and back curtain for $10 two weeks remodeling the interior of: several days! in the Capitol City. )F. A. Fisher H. J. Alderman. IlooverBros. I everywhere mid) though I wasskeptical

M. Leviton, Starke. the bank.Mr. about proprietary' medicines '
Mrs. Richard Jones, who is remembered ., V..1. Nettles' )F:. M. Colson. I. +l ltrXt
I it.. trial.t I hiuln't finished 1 the
K. mnch wott.! bow -Iu i i.sulnriat.r gave a
Htf ynur
r.. SibleyV.. S. Bryant B. F. Finley.C. soar
.Toi (Hill Williams, Esq., was in ; C. A. Barrett and11'14.; folk:! \ here us! :\ti..11lIie Ada Jonas : ULtiv .....1 blond pur"I battle until I saw fnvorablo results -

Jacksonville Monday on legal business Ambrose of Lake Butler were guest: is spending n while with her husband H. Clark. Stephen DeSue. J. 1..1 ." "*"-*' l.vnmivt A IViiii Murr and. and I lane continued to improve h ,'

Sunday at the home of Mr.: and :Mrs who is in Camp at Corpus Christ!, Varnes..1. J Banks A. V. Varnes, C...h H.... ll.uti' C "'I'| nn> IK.. M<" tint burr.. until my stomach I is completely net in ,.
Luke It. H. E. B. ., .
Weaver
.k lit
Ili vh" ;;rnun.
Ja.tw i
Texas.
Justice B. I). Kelly, of Raiford was Fred F. Stump. 10.. Wainwright, F. T. Norman I. I order niiil the other condition., arising.
'wetness visitor to Starke Tuesday from it have boon entirely relieved.

Mrs. E. W. Stweart": and son, LeRoy. :Mr. Garey EnnU and Charles En- I N.Starlinir, R.J.Ttatum: W. A.DubosoHarvey I ram a well man now\ and I can re-
Andrews' W. R. '
\\hite, W. T. ,
Attorney J. C. Poppell is able to bet are visiting Monticello: at the home soy motored; to Jacksonville on last LANKSLIVER I'ommciiil<1 Tnlll.ill the highest t, .
Williams I I I L. H. N. Abraham
Hyatt.
kt t h'<' office after a protracted illness of Mrs.: Stewart's parents, Kev. an<'. Thursday in the Enecy's recently terms.'' "t'7t.fnt'Tanlac : ;
A. U.It-ukin..1'. A. Crosby ,1. / PILLStt
Mrs. r. W. Inman. purchased\ :Muryoe.V'hile on their .. is sold l hy> ( '. 1'. Cuxon fnSt
A A. Futch of Hampton, wn>t tour they also took in Pabloind St. P. Hoffman.\ :M. :Mott Virgil Brown. c, U_rNdi.,t.,l.w M.Ms't"e.in.1, n".a:=. I u-ko, and by one drugist in every
I':. C. t 1L.: Ginn, 1' :M. Padgett.W. ,, .
Dynl.
irim-nrting business in Starke Fri Augustine, returning home Fr! lay: .... 1r t.r -r..t-
:Miss Roberta Sessions returned to :Neal; -- ..-. .*. ,....-.. ton in Bradford" CO.IM'V. Ailv.ICiloiisnehM y
W. packhnin, C K. Crow
il.u her home in after accompanied by :Mr. C. 1:. Ensey. ,
Macclenny Monday wwnAirn'oTi nesn ... -- - - --
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1 I" :M. Crew.S.. J. Johnson B. John-. I in wowm ( "n r
week's visit in Starke with :Mr. am.Mrs. ,
a C. II. Johns, 1. E.I: ('lemon1.. \VVIt and :Stomach: Trouble.
\1 11, r A. Knight went up to Jack- W. :M. Turner. A fl'et.rrinll'r! and 7-horse power -
011,11.Vl'dnelay, to spend several kerosene engine for sale. Ptarko sunV.. II. Phillips. O. F. 'l'onllin\ .tu. :210 POUND!: ; PIGS
Hardware Co. W. S. Futch O. L. Mmtt.: L A Wymi.Mrs. "'1'\". yearn I ago I sulTered I from fl'l''w
tiny? Mrs.: J. I.V'olfe returned to hoi
.1..1 I Jones) :\. I I'?:. :Mo.tt.. W. A. cat ipient. nttnflis of Htomath troubles and ,
home Macclenny:\ Monday after II With, corn above "idls. hogs! I f
';..Bit) cures Malarial Fever.-Adv. visit in Stnrko with :Mr. nn,1Irs.;\ S. R. V. Turner and daughter, of Pins-' Knight Win. K. Whitehead. 1'I' I their bead off very quickly. The. hog biliousness' ," wl'itliMM, : Emma: Ver"c.. '1 i v
Sunday, with his Ritch Barney Thomas\ J.I II. Sullivan bryho J Lima Ohio. "I eoulil enl very
parents months
.\. and family. more spent that takes two or three to
:Mi Amelia Hay returned home Bryan ;Mr. and 111'14.V.: T. Turner of NewRiver. A. A. FII..h.II'R.. ;\ Ilielana Jones A. O. get on full feed never brings: you u little food that agreed, with inu anti. 1
Stricklan.l. O. T. Nelson G. :M. Sis- hecanio ,HO di//y anil I sick at my nlomacli :-
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fl.ist week after a short stay in Jacknmville. :Mrs. Albert. Anderson left this week He r'tul'lII.1lon.IIlY. accompanied profit.'
trunk August Stern \V..1. Stalling--, at times that I tied to take I hull r
brother Rowand.
for her old home! in Pennsylvaniawhere by his When are" ready to |pat your
you
J. it. tt., Mis., Maude Graves." i iCLASsfFI with the II. A. of Kninetliing to keep. from falling, 1 1Siring
she goes to see her brother before I shouts on feed begin ( 'haiulierlain's Tiihletn advertised -
barley Fioasley returned to St&rkalondllY he leaves! for France. Letters from I'ustorV.. G. inv of ''Thomas' Hog :Medicine. Use regularly -
lotproved
I ileeided, to them. I -
try
) after a three weeks trip spent! the first Baptist (church give some I ED' and watch your shunts round out rapiilly." Obtainable' I't.

fin Tampa Gild contains no alcohol arsenic, nor ':'pe l of nn early recovery. Rev. Law into fat hogs in iiint months -hogs 'where.Ailv.. every- 1Urove' (jdI

other poisonous drugs.-Adv.Sir. 'iris been In St. Lukes hospital in I I I going well over :WH pound and as I

MiT, F :Morgan of Gainesville\ ,. Jacksonville, since the 10th of this I high an 'Jill! pounds., Figure tho average f
WI'l,' bu inc s visitor! to StarUe on \ H. Tomlinson, :Mi-. month' --- -----. -- --- -- feeding and! you will si why ln. ..lcle.". clilll Tonic: '
nml Mrs.: .
,
1'fornice.
RKfMSTFb'ED: : :; :: : hog' ( I
"Wednesday.Mi Frank Tomlinson nnd family all of I N. it. (iiuii.FOIt the I II.! A. Thomas medicine is a good rmtore-ft vhnlliy and\ i-m-ciiy by urifyltiil unit\ en- )

Lake Butler spent Wednesday withMr. Our line of Palm Beach suits will - -- ..- - .- -- -- in\e.".Inient. Try feeding out your rtthingttiebbset.. . Y'nut'itaN.Nri1rrflt.tifruutuh-, 1
: ..rG. C. Sweat and Joe Canova It. be closed out nt very low prices.Stump'B. bogs. on this, plan nnd if you are not ,-nhiH. Invliliiriitlnil I I Its. t t'tlco UK.- /
: and Mrs. E.: Poppell.Mr.
] SALE.One:: :-j's'! horse I. I 11. C. will refund .
i-Mirnril' Sunday from a trip down the 'more Hum plea.sml we ,
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|Kn-t: ( ..mst.Mr and and gasoline '"viH'1'1'1), to the Tele- the cost of the medicine. .1. W. White j
\V. 11. family I graph ollke.VAN'Fi'IIOne. LEMONS MAKE SKIN tt ;
: Adv.!
Miss Loin Sweat leftV'dnestiay & Son.-
hllIIcen
Mr.V, .C. Powell\ and family
Olin W. White and little daughItO' spending sometime at Iinjtsley lakeoccupying I I afternoon for Jacksonville where she ------- ------. ----- ---- ---- -- - WHITE SOFT AND CLEAR 'I .

Ktholin;' were recent visitors tnl.li. the Canovu will visit her brother, :\11'. T. U. \ : : hundred crates tomatoes. ,= I

Mvillo.li I I. cottagesJohn Sweat. Miss Sweat will also go to No. 1 Irish, potatoes nweelpotatoes COFFINS -CASKETS I I

I Harrell! of the Raiford, section,, Inverness to see her sister, Miss: Sara h and! corn daily. Ill: l cents And a full line of Make This Beauty Lotion For I

\ A / Adkins! went over to Lake m-compnaied by Mr. and :\ll's.101111';\ Sweat. cash paid l dy eggs. Highest ,'nMh1)I'i Undertakers' Supplies A Few Cents and See For
l Rosenberg.
But'', Monday: to see his mother, :Mrs Harrell were in StllI'kelm'RII1) on ('" paid for produce. Sam ,
7-lll-tf! Automobile I Hearse.Alwayii Yourself.
Sarah Adkins.Men's business before the Local Bond .1. L. UnderhilSsspent, Wednesday in Stnrki'
---- -- hiimU The best .service I j
Jacksonville. with his wife, who is in on ,

wool and! cotton bathing Large stock of blue and white main-; St. Catherine's hospital recoveringfrom LOST-A:; \ dragon head stick pin with at the lowest prices. Special What girl or woman hasn't ',,'nr,1 of t" '

suit> nt Stump's.Mr el ware just received at the Sturkt! the effects! of an operation. licrfricn.ie diamond in mouth. If finder returns attention to telegraph orders. lemon juice to remove complexionliemj "

Hardware Co. will be glad to learn that sheis same to Mrs. \V. II. Harvardor | "hi-n; to whiten; (lie. skin and to ,

; and Mrs..Tames Mitchell were I steadily improving. the Telegraph oflice a suitable\ Registered Embalmer lii-HHC nut the( roses. the freshness ami,

visitor-' to Jacksonville on Thursdayof ){et'1''ncer, of Wesley\ Memorial reward may he claimed.LOST the hidden beauty ? Itut lemon 1 juirnnlone 'J

last week. !, church Jacksonville, and Rev Ilendrix, P.1.: Johns and Clara Maud, Johns, -- DeWITT C. JONES ,, in acid, l therefore irritating, ant t

I!I of Lake Butler were guests! at the: from Bradfonl (county came over to :; -. Sow and six pigs, sow' coloredred [ Starke Fla.' shouM l 1.0 mixed with orchard white

;MissMay Peek, Waycross, Ga.,. home of Rev. T. L. Z. Barr :Monday.Mrs. Gainesville: Wednesday anti steppedinto and white spotted. ; three shouts thin way. Strain through n line cloth .:

i* reciting the home of her brother,, I Judge/ Hiers' office, secured a about eight months old two malt< -- -- --- the juice of two fresh, (lemon. into ubottle I

Col C L. Peek. I I ; O. S. White and, children und licu-nse and, were married\ leht then and one female, red and white spot containing aliuut\ three ounce t

;Misses Audrey and Thelma Snell and thero-Tuesday's Gainesville: Sun. led.. Reward for information II. I of orchard white, then hake, well acid 1

HeI.. C. Jenkins of Jacksonville I grove are spending; several weeks with C. :Scarborough; : Starke. 7l2t.! ::! { 'Jut ; you have a whole quarter pint nf skin

w'iu ., guest Monday at the home of I relatives in Dublin Ga. Tars for hire on Sunday trips to and, lomplexiori ('tiro at about the

Mr. F A. Scott. .Kingsley lake. Round trip Ire/ for JACKSONVlllE.nA I rust, one uHiially pays fur a 11"1111Ja\ l' I. 1

I I J. E. Coleman returned to Jacksonville grown people, [50; cents for children. FOIt SALE.Maxwell\ car, 13HI! , I of ordinary, cold rivum. I'.e miro to ) '
anti
Mrs. J. H. Ritch. and children and Monday afternoon to resume Leave :Mike's Fruit Store every hour equipment, fine equipment 1RTIN i strain the I lemon juice" HO no pulp, gets 1 ;

Telfair Long arc spending! the weekat ,I work in the shipyards after spendingthe during the day. I'arties return at any thoroughly overhauled. Good; running OLDEST into the bathe, then thin lotinn. will remain -
Kingsley lake. week-end in and near Starke. time. condition Price $1251):! ) iris- ,rourr1F eN (SIABL/SfftD I punand fresh fur month. When

coo Sales & Servic Co. sleD Mouse applied' daily. to the face, neck arms,

Mrs I C. D. Williams, of -- -- //V FLORIDA tend hands it should help" to l.leaeh, $i
W. H. Phillips and children Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. D. T. Clark went to Jacksonville aeeor :
of Jacksonville are here visiting relatives I Jacksonville and :Mrs. D. J. Clark and Friday and returning homeon FOIt SA f.J'-; j:; acres of hind( in theVateroak J/.n l .(s'M W..n.treat. dear, smoothen' mid lieaiitify' the fikin.
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and friends. little son, of Alachua are guests at Saturday accompanied by \ section. .1. :M. Norman: ; , flits and Any druggist will supply' three ounce '
und ;Mrs.\ 1.. 1 II.> Green; Fill. 7-11 l:>t if orchard white. nt very little cost ,
the home of Mr. :Mr. and ;Mrs. r. I II. Williams Lavley. 'j

'166 cures Chills and Fever.-Adv. of Jnck.sonville, and Mrs I n. J. Clark -- -' AR1lli$ iD I Mud your grocer has this h'I"I.

When you decide. well\ help you fig and little son, of Alachua. The party fOR: SALE.-Good milk fresh first tins i -A.lv. (P9)!) e t

Mi s Florence :Matthews left Satirnnx ; ure the cost. The Quigley Lumber & traveled\ by, automobile. part of August See August Stern '

for a short visit in Jneksonll Supply Co for improvement Route M, :Sturke.; 7.19! -:lt.WATKM. IMVKUSIIY: ; : OK fl.OKIDA( I I"I.OIUII.ST.'I'I: ( OI.LKfii); : : e '

with relatives.Mr Stitch in Time f"aves-emlarruq-": -- --. linimMvillcMilitury ; |.oicVOMiN: I
Wilbur :Scott::; who i is attendingDraughon's \ and repairs! made NOWto '
ing 't .
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exposure 'iili-r
: ; : About .1" ) -
A. 7.. Adkins nnd children went Business College\ Jacksonville ": your buildings naves material andthe fatten shares. Pasture" will Ctursec in Arts and S('i.-nee><. AraLStt:. SttnlentH! from :2f! Florida, f/'oun-

WWT to r.aine"vill'VedneRlay\ to vis- I spent the week-end l in Stnrke rise i.i price. Quigley Lumber & be tn. ready about on September 1st. C. culture, Chemical: Civil, )<;Electrical arid, ties and 17 :-tllt; (-.. |U7-1H.! ) Total !951!: I '
it Mrs Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
J. C. Adkins. with his parents, Co.
Supply A Bishop, Hampton Flu : 7l't.! :! ;Meibiinieal Engineering: Law Teaih- ,including' :Summer: School and Short
Scott.Mrs.. e-rf I olle-ge. ('...ur..'. ',l
On, .itovpa! --the best' made--Detroit :Miss :Margaret Burleigh, countycanning
I I Tuition free Send for Catalog Write- lit onrp for Catalog.A..MI' .
'ap.ir and Perfection. Starke Hardwaii : :Marion Johns is in Jacksonville rluh agent will he trnnisferred FAIl.M:: FOR( SALE.: -LE.---10O acres; c.ofenced ; : HI'JlIUII'f.i"'nt.; : iiVAIl: U < .OMCADI; 'remdentHOLD ;

", Co. with her daughter. Mrs. C. R. Al- to another field about August 1st. In ,. into 17 small t fields; bestw

I rarez. Mrs.! Johns will be accompanied the meantime she will be glad to hear .,'Ven wire in good condition; more.

l III'> ;and :MM. W. E. :Middleton\ nnd home this week by her daughter from anyone who desires! her assistance. gates than any cither farm in the ................................N.................. 'ci I 1 1Y
Mi; .lone!!, of Hampton, motored overt I Mrs. James Warren and little Bon of The Telegraph has not yet state; fine crop growing in all thefields

Starke Friday. Detroit. learned I who will succeed :Miss Bur- ; (;.room house, :-J-.story! !barn ; A POLICY ON YOUR PLACE 4 >*
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leigh. plenty of out-buildings; 17 head of :

:Mr. nnd :Mrs. Sim Kelly and chil- Raiford Eppersonof Jacksonville cattle) ; 100 goats; some hogs: and :
Irer of his 'par..nts. Mr. and, windmill and water tank ; .
the guest thickens
went to Jacksonville Wednesday was ;
Max ;Myers of Jasper was a buM-; ,
to spend several days. :Mrs. W..1. Epperson. Raiford, will ness visitor in Starke Thursday. Hei water piped all over the place; every i ,; may sometimesau-
return to Jacksonville shortly accompanied iq i one of the largest merchants in tool that Is wanted on farm; -i'' j : It M dorm simply, +

firs f cures Headache Biliousness by Chas. Bcasley, where they Hamilton county and was here looking blacksmith shop arid tools; fruit 2 ,i I I 'L_ carelessly innocently but the re- ', ',
Lost ,of thnt tired aching will gland the examination for the tries and vines ; all good land '
Appetite or i for a location to open a branchstore. grape C q f cults are' often tragic Home smok- ,
feeling, due to Malaria: Colds. Fine and in good I condition ; all cultivated i
or navy.
Tr>nic -Adv, ______ :'Ill'fy..r": has built in less a large land cleared of stamps; school i -- -- + t ( s,>%, I r ers an- very cureless' about where y
establishment than
: A simmer, snip! of ladies and cviilden's business h.." the liberal of r
ten by usn printers
Mr-,, Robert Berry and little son. of hats. Worth $1 to $ &;:;.0, going inks years in thq newspapers and has u .,"pd three miles frim, Sturke on ; fr e.i'ially' careless about properly in- :4

Jjnhula, are guests at the home ofM' For! $1.23; to $1.93 at Stump's. branch store in High Springs He St.irkcand" Lawtey publicroad.' For a MI tog their home and property J
; I ,, sale will UK.. md Mrs J. E. Wilson. I 1.k er
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would enliven things/ in a business! wayin -I tt .,runt, fire. Take a warning from
the distiniruishd ,interest.If : ,
Dr. A. P. Montague! i ii h, balance lit '; |I" r ecit. r i .
x''' Lizzie Roy. of Key West, hm president of the Baptist college.lumbia Starke and Bradford\ county shouldhe jou want a g"tI' f.nm come- and .. 1'b' ir hec-dlessm-ss and" insure your jj. ,
of here.
locate his store*
.'" .' 'siting' at the home of her par- '" at Lnke City was in th"itv one I ",.' it. R. S. II/ -"' I'l'r', :y. owner : q "j."erty with u*. *
of the J.f J.
"'' ,- Tuesday in the interest T.Itf.; .
r- :
Mr. and :Mrs.' Silas Kite. I Rev. T. L. Z. Barr returned Thum- ..
I >lk ge. - -' .
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tiny afternoon from n tour made f
w :Mary-Sue Sistrunk of Rockn. I N HIE" '; D M'h' >huES: OF
a!( ', 'i the home of \V. W. Gunn. of Gainesville, spent through the Ocala district. He Incnmp'any .si l -I'ICIONM" > IH'sl'Id'ST.
+ < \\t at
n. a guest I I! ]
with several learlinr, men of E. WILSON |
h'', .ind', :Mr. c;. :M. i..trllnk.1. . a Ms short brother while, C.in D.Stnrke Gunn. !Sunday;He returnedIT with I'' the Conference, have been mnl-ing thin 'I i 1111':: JOS.

tfternoon,, tour in interest of the tliffejint) departments ) .
and Mr.: Gainesville !Sunday! I NEWYORKKERALD
V T. Ritfh and family
.1' H Rit.-h and family motored to raving that city the following. day of the church. ReBarr : STARKE FLORIDA f fI.'RIU.Y.
far Plattsbursr, N. Y.. where he will rr r.reiente.I 'Thurrh Extensio--"dspoke
apt> Station; to spend Sunday. I,.JOltlrhin'
"ntpr the reserve officers training at the following place, : Orala, 'I OLD : .
training h. P'-.nt' City Dade City.: Co'nmn"' Lnr- : out nn a leader: whose Loyall h

'"' ,professional.1 1 f>. E. Knight business was In attending Monte- (will ramp.; return After to the sixty Univer-itv days of Klor- "" Brookivilli, St. Pctrrsburg and I I I I has meter h.admit en fU| .--tion it? .-cl.n .. ..........N....N..................................

1 'ha Monday. .|I.t to. await his call for ""1'\ ice. ( '-irwater. \ you
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. SFADK FLORlH.. . FRIDAY, JULY 19. H.N\

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1 TIIKRF.SSATheressa : : I'r''\ jince.< enjoyed a nice Mvim here I ing home Friday.

.. Friduy night. I :Mr. and :Mrs. .1. V l H-
July !<;.-:Monday night I The young folks of this place enjoyed Providence attended I < I I'!.
il1.I 'quite a crowd of young" people in this l chicken pilleuu at the spring last Sunday. ,

i community gutht'icd :at the home of Wednesday, night. All repotrcd l a .1. S. Drown made .1 ,
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I II I .- ' 1 :Mr. and, :Mrs. (;i. :M. Bennett.A't,'r : jolly time.The Lnke Butler HlltunlII. /!> .
I ::- ''kI 1J ''I I all had arrived I several I intei.,".tin;: I many friends of :Mrs. C. II. :M. Dowling. of -. ,. ,. ,

I : ,, !games were played out of doors Harrison are glad to see her out again, this community our dn\
rd--1 :1iLc1L1' a
i : Some good music und. singing was also after her illness. 3, S. Howard, of Duki) >

ii enjoyed. They were then invited I :Mr. CollyVel'ks., of Alachun, was community Sunday. tt.

. I into the dining: room when1 ice creamS the /guest of :Miss Russia: Ware, last :Miss Virgie Thoma. \\ '
d; ] h : 'I and cake was served ant at u late Thursday evening.Mr. teaching/ at the Palest". i w.

', ; hour the guests departed for their I : Inman Harrison and Dewey ited her parents :Mr. an! V. |I. .11
"i I homes, reporting 8 nice time. I Fralick who are working for the government Thomas Sunday.C. 131):

;t J i f7 !1 ? I :Mrs. R. :M. King and children spent j I in Jacksonville, have lately J. Knight" of Luki i. ,
: Saturday night and Sunday ut White I)| bel.n"I'nt, to Charleston, S. C.Mr. ed through here oniduy I : -311!
"' >i> I' Springs with relatives. : J. :M. Rogers; returned to Jacksonville II. S. :Miller made a t I
if '1 I J :Mrs. S. U. Woodard was shoppingin I I1 I : lust :Monday[ where he is to !Dukes Saturday eviiEugene r')

eF f I : ( Hampton Saturday. working fur the government.The Douglass n..i'' ?

1.; I j :Mr. and :Mrs. David Jones, of Hampton many friends of Mr. Norman trip to Lake Butler last I 'I
d.. ,I Sheuly III'P.rInd to know of his land N. II.
Stokes
I t motored over Sunday to the homeof / made a i
> r rtb' .. r i tj . :Mr. und :Mrs. :Madison Hall and ing safely in France. to Worthington last l-"i.i, -r.
I were accompanied by them down to I I Little :Miss Ruth Roberts hud as herguest :Mr. and :Mrs. :M. L. Col-I .
1 I this week little :Misses! Ida und l n
Florahomc, where they went to see Alachun county wen-
rep ,, a sister of :Mr. Hall's who was quite Irene. Stewart of Lake Butler. 'munity last Sunday.henzll ?
1"1 p1J\ I I1 : ill. She is improving very slowly I :Miss :Maud Fralick, of Providence, I Thomas mud ,.,.,
\ \ i :Mr. II. S. Roebuck\ and little iind :Mr.l ['ur..iqIott.: of Pulatka, nnd trip to Lake Butler last T ,

1lEl I'' ter Annie, were visitors to (dllugh-I :Mr. and) :Mrs. Willie Andrews, of Luke 5---

.J < ville Saturday and Sunday, returning 'utter were visitors to our burg Sun HAMPTONToo :

| homefonelay.: day.
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...'. 1 i.' *#' I j :Mr. W.1.: Phillips of this place, but :Mrs. J. O. Fralick returned to her ( lute for last 1 u.
i\ _j : home in Starke last! Sunday. She has Hampton, July 10.- A. \ ,
i more recently Miamia, arrived herei M I lIon
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i Friday night to spend a few days been visiting her parents, :Mr and aid is able to be out again" .1 I r

f l := : : ::: -y 'I with relatives and friends, before his :Mrs. C. II. Harrison.The confined to his room for th past wnf'Ir.

ThorOU 'I I owl ing, Raiford ; Ilonnie Roebuck right, are Agent Gunn a party of interested 'd..partureIonday: for Camp Shelly, Lake Butler Baptist Sunday oral days.Miss .
r. bought for &' ''Hattiesburg, Miss., where he will lo School enjoyed a nice little picnic Suzine Watterson wh
; Carrie L. Green, Richard Starke boys and E. S. :Matthews < I I a it
('. :'. Club of ' I' 11 I his "bit". "Dunk" is a strong, healthy over here last Wednesday. tending school in Gainexvil! t
/ Sturke; David! Bluckwcldcr, president of rho Dank of :Mr. R. R. Roberts pea;
ant family motored the week-end here.
!t'! Gunn, county |i young man and without a doubt will
P'/. I of these uti'l I I Starke the bank that ia: backing the' | be a credit to Uncde Sam's army. His to Raiford Sunday. Rev. W. T. McGuire filled mr '.

follows: I IIt I Persons in the picture from left to I I boys of the osinly: in their club wo'k. many friends here wish for him u I :\IisIary;: : Shaw. of Brooker. accompanied i i lar nDDointments at the < *"mh.- ..

- --_. .-. .------- { successful trip and safe return back' by her gurndmother are church Sunday and received .w :;;; !
-_ U .n I the guests of :Mrs. E. Cochran for dates for
J home after the close of this horrible a baptism, both populi
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isembles small and is saidto
canteloupe
,: BOYS I'W eLI;: ; I: war. [few days. young men.
) IN:0 () ; ; : ) ; County Agents Link he fine for preserving. :Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Burrows and !, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mr. and :Mrs. C. B. Allen. Busi.

'I I E. B. Johns has brought to the Bank Willie of Starke motored over to the : daughter Inca, and Mr. Fred JlaI nell, spent the week-end her* ;tr, at.
..' Elsewhere on City and Country of Starke a stalk of cotton carefully home of :Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard I zen, of Brooker, spent :last Saturday tend the funeral of the !late. :M.. l
t graph will l.c. transplanted in a tin pale. The stalk Sunday.Mr. evening at Worthington Springs. Rowley.A .

an enthusiastic I The growth and the strengthening I the shows boll signs weevil of having but it still been has visited heavy by : John Phillips and daughter, :Miss :Mary Francis Cochran was on new supply of material oaf DM
"rooters" for :Mrs. Chas. Cox visitors the sick list last week. ordered for the Red Cross work
the county agent system has result I load! of bolls, bloom and forms. Mr. were to room
( r. pure-bred lu in utmost cases in the county agents Johns the stalk on exhibition is Starke !Monday to bid her son, W. :M., Quite !a crowd spent last Sunday and the regular working hours! ire I*
ing. distributed! ( to be recognized/ us the agri I I no better nays than the of his 18- farewell.Mr. evening nt Worthington.Mr. ing well nttended.
average
different purls, lenders in their counties, nc- acre field and he has high hopes of : and :Mrs. L. L. Youngblood returned : Griflis of !Manning, has moved J. E. McLean, popular telegraph op
I i of the boys in to reports to the United States making a good, crop of cotton. home one night last week from his family here. We hope they will erator at the union depot. returnee

i supplied with ) (' of Agriculture.Help . Mrs. E. J. Lewis is entitled to the Jacksonville, where he was employed like their new home.Mr. form an extended visite at Owingsviltt
being fed by for City and Country ribbon for large tomatoes. She sent at one of the shipyards in that city. and :Mrs. L. :Morgan and chil Ky,. and assumed his duties igain n

county agent The county agent has come to net the Telegraph' one that weighed one I There is quite n bit of sickness in : ,dren of Brooker, visited here Sunday Saturday.Mrs. .
Seventeen the clearing house of cooperution. and a quarter pounds. our community, which we regret very I evening.: J. L. Scottcn and ion Rarity
plied to club is available to both the city man I S much to report. :Mrs. G W. S. Ware has just returned of Gainesville were visitors here ;Sat

r 1.' of July nnd( the country man and can trans LAKE I1HTLEK STOCK It.YISKHS Mr. G. :M. Bennett spent several home from Lake Butler, after urday.J. .
II \ them indicate from one to the other requests! for :SHIPPING: MANY; CATTLE. days recently in Jacksonville, combin spending a few days with her daughter C. Dubose and family. >>f Vein
than u pounil u und offers of help. lie can di ,ing: business with pleasure.Mr. :Mrs. W. :M. Overstreet. _ I were guests of relatives here ann;

more than one to places where it is needed, farm C. A. Roberts, B. E. Brown Mrs. : and :Mrs. Ed. Gaines returned :Miss :Mary Francis Cothraniit-_ the week.

4 who Mr. own Kazorbaek"these. offered ; he can assist farmers M. E. Roberts and N. E. I Roberts of I Tuesday to their home in Waldo aftera last Tuesday in Lake Butler. I The entire community wa maddened .

,I for feed has I their problem of cooperative mar- Lake Butler were parties represented' short visit here with her parents, I :Mrs. J. II. Avera and children are Thursday, the Fourth of .fill,& } \\het
that! ; he can inform chambers of !in three loads, of grass cattlQ; shippedin Mr. and :Mrs G. M. Bennett the guests flf :Mrs. S. W. Sheffield. ::1 the sad I news was wired from Jackson
I
on pig
\ gains.u ,' county councils of (defense last week. C. A. !..,oerts. N. E. :Mr. J. P. King was a visitor to :Mrs. E. Cochran and daug'htl'r.Iiss: ville that Mervin L. Rawley had pafi-
f I I associations and other ur- Roberts and S. A. Roberts were back White Springs Sunday.Mr. ed away at St. Lukes Hospital. when
President E. bodies, of problems before the : and I Mary Francis were the guests of :Mrs.v. he had been rushed for treatment otter
Hank of Starke again this week with two cars of grass :Mrs. Wilkinson and chil S. Sheffield last
Tuesday Wed-
and
of the ; in his county; in general he cattle. N. E. Roberts also shipped in j dren, of Palatka have moved recent. nesday. 1 fatal injuries sustained, In a tat

interested picture in position to act as the medium u carload of gouts, the bulk of which ly to our little town. We welcome :Miss Nellie the shipyards of IliIlYl'r. perrin,-
J pig 1 which the town wll meet the went for stocker purposes. The Rob them. Dickert spnt; : a few[' Dunn June 28th. The remain' wen

4. county ance that and funds it I of the country und the country I erts brothers have been very active I i Mr. Tate Kite of Starke, was mo days. in Live Oak the guest of relatives. brought to Hampton Thursday utci

j for purchasing meet the needs of the town. buyers and shippers to this muket I toring around in our burg Sunday af Master Edward noon, accompanied by his father mother

Hoover( Bros., > |i Munt Concentrate Efforts I this season.-Saturday's Times-Union. ternoon. for his home Capelle in Eustis.left Wednesday lie- I wife and little son, anti amid

Starke, nre Every county agent is required to S Mrs. Madison Hall was visitor to I has been spending a few days with to the home of J. Allen, until ''atur-
"bit" toward and observe that his services CONTROL: OF TilE HVlt.( Oil Hampton Saturday.K. Jule Ware. day afternoon, when funeral
ant work '' to all the people in his county, I CORN EAR WORM B. Woodard is no longer at !I S I were held at the Christian ,nurA

/ ing their work -if- U ._ovi.lnnt. -.--- (..hut.-- .?.-??...-, ,.?. I....;.* Hn.;...,.-? j I Louise having left there a few days _I.-_I5. _"'_(__ .iittIL'.... .. Trr'. ...".."," preceding-....-.,-.-.--- the. interment in Santa Flvin .
boys und the I'[ be given to work that does not The bud-worm or cornear worm '* ago and went to Jacksonville and .n. ;'''ry..Lne services weT nnuuvr
agricultural development. He ''is still steadily nt work in the corn 'I spent' a few days after which he 'led by Rev, T. L. Z. Barr pastor (J
I Long: Bridge, July Ifi. :Mr. !
IWLUTI: :O ON: : / I placed, in the county to stimulate 'fields of Bradford county the damage [came back here and is at present Adkins. of Jacksonville- Donald the Methodist church: assisted Sj

OK : farming. Therefore, he must being'( readily apparent in the our of 1 with his parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. S. B. his parl'ntsIr.: and :Mrs.was J. visiting E. Rev. W. T. :McGuire, pastor of the
himself to work on definitei corn that is maturing and in the bud Woodard. kins, last Ad- Christian church. The members rfI
week.
i A publication i affecting farmers. It is nec i jof young corn. 'I I :Messrs M. Z. and A. L. Sullivan :Miss Gritys Thomas of I Hampton CampV.. O. W., facing fbi
'I! to Bradford for him to utilise: the aid ofI The time for fighting'( this insect were visitors to Hampton Saturday. was visiting her sister :Mrs.near Dukes, ladies of Fielding Grove Wooilitus

T time is Farmer !( I I organizations to the full in old corn and in some later plantings 'I i :Mr. and :Mrs. Porter GufTord nc-j Thomas, last week. William I; Circle, formed a lane from tin r ldl'nce -
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\ "Sweet I'otnto extent and it is within his duties j ji { : has passed but farmers who have 'compunied by :Mr. and :Mrs.: Wilmont i Miss Blanche :Moody of Mr. Allen to the churdi
I
"4 U. S. I) i impress upon the town people how''corn just in hud will do well to make 'I{ Brown, spent Saturday night and i few of her friends :Monday.entertained Those a !! through which the casket was writ
This 'bulletin I ( I' thi-ir interest und help I is to the an attempt at poisoning the pest. 'I Ii Sunday out at Smith lake. Mr. Guf- present were :Misses ,i by :M. L. Watterson, K. B. WnttorsoU
able detail thi t i i i' When heading: in the bud of young I]'' ford will remain out there for a few Kdyth .Johnson Lenora Gritys!Moody Thomas and[,'.J. B. Alexander, Dewey L. Bujrif.a< -
S that hnve : the corn the insect is well concealed and I'days longer fishing. '' Messrs. Joe cian Johns and Earle :Maniii. boy
proved war emegency the county j :Moody and Herman
proper method of :[ are not only representing the its presence is observed by the excrement I Saturday und Sunday are Rev. G. Johnson. hood friends of the deceased. Because

tatoes from } I i: colleges and the Depart which soils the leaves. The i''JA.i: Prevatt of :Middlcburg:, regular'appointments I' Mr. Ed Clemohs, of Lake Butler I of a shortage of cars it wusimposii.
.
. .' In many of Agriculture but are assist- ', worm may not entirely destroy the here at the Baptist was visiting Mr. Grafton hie for a sufficient number >of tht fraternal
S Adkins
ed, or unused, 7'h": the Food Administration, the plant hut will render it unproductiveand church. The public is cordially invited Sunday. on orders to reach the cemetery toI
'1 when older the leaves will be observed to attend. I form ranks while the body was laid
er buildings :Misses
that Department, the War DC- :Myrtle and Minnie Ynrliorouh ,
! 'tr\\ 1 into sweet potato the Department of Justice j full of holes. :Messrs. Roy Kelch and Clarence and Mr. Looney Sapp. of i to rest by the pull bearers. Theg"v
i1 : very little (' : > the Department of Labor. The control of the insect is not very :Manning, of Hampton, were among'the ford were visiting Mrs. O. B. Wood Rai- :,| was covered by the floral > >rings,

I. ,: : are modeling also. and) Held in Direct) War Work ,I A difficult mixture when of (it unlinl is working nnrta nP'in nnW.lPrpl the bud.- ., nln-hf. t.joy. spreaders here last :Monday I'I I on:Miss Sunday.Nettie I I i: contributed which were by large many and friends.beautiful Even1one and-
fully Thomas,
,' have aided in addition to ] zinc arsenate or'lear ; :Mr. of Jackson who
arsenate and air- j S. B. Woodard, who is employ- %ille, is visiting here i knew Mervin was hi>- friend
S tin.A detailed regular activities, in such work slacken lime will do the work. This led at Merril-Stevens shipyard. came iam Thomas. father, :Mr. Will. a.s he was the highest type >t'' -wt

hits. required to food surveys, seed surveys seed mixture may be still further reduced j'i home Saturday on account of sickness :Miss Lenora \ manhood and Christian honor and
, houses with obtaining credit for the by using twice as much lime as of the ]i and will rest up for a few days grnndpnrents Mr.Moody is visiting her I character, kind and courteous and
anti
\ l. selling. Liberty Bonds eradi arsenical and should be dusted before Mrs. W. E. with the The
els to 15,000 i directly ,)I returning back to his work. Yarborough, of Raiford highest sense of honor.
" j : of livestock diseases, into the bud of each :Mr. this week. bereaved o''
A supply of surveys stalk of corn in and Mrs. Tom Wallace of :Mr. O. B. 6nes have the sympathy
, diseases, of in the early morning when the is I Brooklyn Moody visited her sister .the entire
been secured by surveys due on. I were pleasant visitors here :Mrs. Henry Brown of community,
pests and campaigns. for their This in the Pleasant Hill I I The
I may I be hail! I by, worm bud, if allowed to Sunday. on Sunday. town election was held Tue
, or by writing for marketing farm products become a mature moth will deposit Messrs Clarence :Manning and Roy _.. I day, July oth, and the following) officers !
" S The olllce of or priority shipments by eggs on the silks of the car and another Kelch. of Hampton were guests of MILLERRev. were elected for the ,nsuirf
I jjr-ij rat Engineering: of > ) of farm products und all generation will appear as the Mrs. Mattie ITagan Sunday afternoon. I year: :Mayor Dr. W. E. :MnlJlet ;

) B ment of \ supplies, and the dissemination corn ear worm. :Mr. S. B. Woodard and family Hendricks-, of Lake :Marshal B. J. Johns; Clerk, A. A.
fl S 11 working: drawings. given out by the War Thus the double\ importance of destroying spread dinner out on Crystal lake Prof. Garfield Evans, of Butler, ', FUll'hi; Treasurer, J. V. Johns; Alder
I iw 11 templates building the Council! of :National the insect n the bud is read 'unday. T fti Calire Cotton Southern College men. C. E.: Harper, W. L. Bugg and
I : ) and, the Committee on Public ily apparent. Mr.Too Pnr!<,..ft on.l ,.lil.l; .." _, of Atlanta. Ga.. i I I J. :M. ;Maxwell.
; [in numge the bulletin.house Ut regarding the war and I I' SI near Brooker, -were- i in--our'burg'Sun I and were Kasver pleasant Duncan visitors of Lake Butler, j -.---- .
I at the
matters affecting the national UNCLE: .\ 'Slun' OF day afternoon.Mr. of Mr. home SMALL COTTON CROPEPECTED
and11'11.: .
II.
S. :
I' lIME AS A ) : under war condition! EXTENSION: WORKERS.An and :Mrs. Ben Powell and children !-! ,dnv. Miller last Fri-1 I I TillS TEA.
it can be seen that the
county returned here
1\\ : The simpliest i is likely to be a rather busy army of 5,651 extension workersIs week from Jacksonville one where night he last had I vidence Mr. and, attended:Mrs. W.church O. Brooks here of Pro | Washington, July 17.-Final official'

( most likely to be aiding in the Department of ArriC'ulture's been employed in one of the ship L. H. Waters made Sunday. figures on the 1917 cotton crop announced '
business
i S a
never out of place, I I OITT production and conservation yards. I to Lake Butler trip recently by the census bo-
? season; of the FARM I' campaign. This is an increaseof We had a severe storm in our sec Mr. and Mrs.Friday.Ernest I reau, place the production at '" 102.'
} fresh our year I 3.405 over the number doing similar tion one day last week, but it didn't Sturke, passed through here Knight: of ::17.>, equivalent 500 pound balsmallest thi '
ordinary quicklime Hank of Starke has on exhibi work on July 1 of last year. Of this j.! do very much damage. to the crops. en route to Bland last Tuesday -,i crop since 1909 excepting

and cheapest. of .sample. of castor beans grown total 3,0-19 are in county agent work, I I Mrs. H. D. May has been confined J. J. Beilling, of Providence and Lake City. that of ms- Sea Island cotton wajI
pounds of .. county. The beans came serving. in 2,450 counties; 1,690 are in to her bed for several days. Her num- : passed I, W.619 bales.
through here
Ihf Mills I one day last
place four miles south home 'erous week.
1\ I water is added. i'1 j demonstration work serving in friends wish for her a speedy Eugene Douglass Notable increases in production 1ft
:I I crumbled and the "' and were grown by II. R. : 1.675 counties; and 912 are in boys'and ,I recovery.The trip to made a business Arizona and California was .hoW1lo
Worthington
'J the of who i is> in charge of the place. | girls' club work. In the 15 Southern B._Y. P. U. is progressing alonirnicely. last Friday.. I| California with 67,000 bales and An-
process : Hnrnx has ten I AI.cnr. Thomas .hn.... ."".t..n.. .i 1.___,
r d acres planted to States 2,624: workers Let ow. u uu"" zona with
ed, there Is added. bean. are busy.carrying all the members attend.WORTIIINCTos from Jacksonville. 21,000 bales, both growimfltooo
un,1 they are.ry fine. I out the plans of the foodi -. I : bales
1 ,
ter to of the :Mr. more than the pre'l'lOUJYl'ar.
one : ,,'ar,. and :Mrs. J. M. :Moitt
the mixture aro beginning to ripen and ,i campaign and in the 3.1 Northern : : ITEMS of Lake' .
known Butler
t : .< will !begin at once to gath and Western visited the latter' parents, ,
States 3,027 are em- Louisiana notable
furnished one of /I :Mr. and :Mrs. Roland Thomas 'I. made the most
nnts for sick-room > J.P. Tomlm-on. plo p.l. On July 1 of last year 1.140! Worthington.. July 16.-:Mr. Johnny T. IL Rimer and Sunday. increase in the main cotton belt with I
had great were employed in tho Southern States, Roberts and family. of family attended the largest
wabhing fences Winfield, were church at Lake ( crop since 1907.
) of outhouses with season with a melon suc// and 'tiOfi) in the Northern and We.teri the guests of :Mrs. J. :M. Dickert .\lr. Butler Sundav. Only turn ('ounti". ??,!"..o/l aver
,; 'I and\ Ki,:.> resembled States. In the Southern 3cnes: Saturday and Sunday. on I, and Mrs. W. :M. Thomas, of 100,000 bales:--'ihy' -BaJlvar

I IS......., lime them scatteren more musk of melon. l.nf.-- "-hi.h-..!.... ..-- ther.. -n.,."- -i'ii__ .".,_,."'..-_. ...._...w........,. w.nn............ ,' :\liss Louis--- -I..-..,.......... .5 h......._ :Mr.Raiford and! :Mrs.visited J E.the latter's parents, county :Mississippi, 110,207 were bales, and
a cantaloup The doc and IfiO homo demonstratIon and :Miss Thomas, Sunday. Ellis
'-S and yards simplifies .! not furnish the negro Doris Goston/of "Greenviifo"jGa. Denz.il Thomas made '| county, Texas, 105,471 bal! -
of the businesa
I- sanitation. They name agents. 1 I,'I .. were the guests of Miss Elsie I i trip to Worthington last a I Other counties which led in their tfI
y. .. were grown from seel, agents.: .. last week. Tommy Friday. I I spective states were: Madison, A>
S by the Chancey of
agricultural depart. S I| :Mrs. G. W. S. Ware near Lake But. nnma; Jefferson Alachu
If you want to returned home her, attended church I Arkansas;
here
Keep the brood sows in condition to Thursday. She has been Sunday. ,I Florida Burke
the ; Caddo par
visiting her Sceher I Georgia
Niles Stokes ; :
brought the made a I I
Telegraph raise two litter this The daughter business trip 1 rish
1 armies in Europe, I Rumple of arden year. Mrs. W. :M. Overstreet of to Dukes Saturday. Louisiana; Dunklin, Missouri:
lemon" world 1 is hungry and pork ia a valuable Lake Butler. Johnston Oklahoma
in North Carolina Garvin,
k1 o a* go, and sh in his garden. The lemon re- : food. :Murray Thomas spent last week ;
i Quite a number of
Carolina.
young folks, of with relatives in Jacksonville '' ; Orangeburg. South
return- and Shelby, T nn.




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FRIDAY. JULY 19. 1918. RSADPORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. PACE: SEVEN '


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TOWN TAX NOTICE I PESCRll'TION !',*. ';. R. A Taxen A IlrSi'Itll'TION S :' T ;t-- ,t Tin. A wp

0\\ NKK.: n..,? 1--- OWNl.K Coal.*
S u" If hen.b" ghen th..t the following d.orlM'd, lands \ be et Public Auction IIW'. of NEW & SEW of NW'W & nt NK Cor of NW t. of NEW : h

Ili first Monday In Augunt. IIIIS, It Ming .he "Ih dny 'fVl'.I sold. .t Sla.ke, In the SWi. ,,f SK> _. 12 6 52 120 1'nKmv.n . _. - 1-1-5 A run S 344'.j ft to .. pt of "bet fi
"I, 1I..dCa.d. Stale "C 10.ld.. o. .a much th l'l'r ae will; ho: nth y \0 pay the N'0' of E'u' of SKW of NEW A WW of .th nee. W BIS", ft. S ,107'-j ft K: }'h'

, "I e' for tax" herein net opputllo the came. together with the coot of .""h tale end SE', of Nls.4: & S', of Nu of t>W. hi';'... ft. N 307', ft to .beg u_ ,,__ 33 6 22 4 A J CrllTw .-? _'_' ?__ 10.28 ''t
I 'I 14' ', of NW' A N .n of S'j of swwSWW tlcg nt NW Cur of SWW of NKW A
of SAi A NV'-j of SE'. of & run R aill'.j R. K SOI'u ft. N 861Hft. (

DESCRIPTION Sec T. R. .'1. Taxec NEW of SKW'of: SWW A Wl, of W Still,, ft to I..." .... __n___ 89Sta 6 22 J R Turner .___ __ ____ 11 y
OWNERT Cc.teI SKW at MS1, & SLII of NEW of of NW'W of NEW l'_ 224: ft .anuar ,
v and all lot 8 nf Dlk C SEW -nO ___ __ __n_.__ ______ 12 6 22 110<< Unknown __n .. . u_ 27.17 In SK Cur. H H-lfl a. A :2 a. In NW
I, II.... Add to Stark also lot of Iota A. A. u, 10 II, 12 In Wcx.xll.wn _u_ 13 12; 60 1'nknown ... _. __ _.. 1195 ('". of NW' of NKW elng 210 l
I bounded E hy Temple Ave., Lot r>9 In Woodlav.n ___. __ ___ ._u__ IB 12_ 10 Herman Shaw .. ____ .h_ 4 Jo K: of N W Cor- 2 a A SW'W" of
N t,, limd of N T Rich W by Iota 21 I. J** In Woodlawn _____nn___ 19 6 22 20 Unknown .__ .__ ____ 438 1 NKW.< h** 10 a. In SW for A .,.trip2JM

i' iwn lane A S vrn".tt: : St.- 28 6 22t J Aldurman, .... 7 116 lot.2, AS In Woodla<< ___.n______ 17 II 22 20 Unknown' -___ __n ____ 43. ft wide olT K; aid, 22! HN-lcn a 34I 22 34 N Alva Eon ._ __ ___ 10.33 4
t Klk 42 In L Trubyahdivl.lon Lot 35 In Woodlawn! _nnn.n_ 11 122 10 T B llamby ____ _n _" :M.,1H Bog at SW for of SW' W of NEW A ? 1'

[, _n_ .- -..___ 28 6 23 Jallun Butler -. ? LAD 1.:1:1 in Woodlawn ___n __-____- H 8 22 10 W 8 farho. _u_ _. _. 2 8H run B 671" ft N 800 ft W 6711' .

'i ,,I Timple' Add .- .-. u. -.28 6 22 Mra Eunice E Cknova .. 4".n' 2 a. In NK Cor of NKW of SWW_._ 22: 0 M 2 F M Kradlry __ ______._ J.SS fl. 8 8(10 ft to lxg .._ _____ .n._ (4Rlj 6 22 10 WO C.ney .. .. _______ 1.1"
| pl|, if. Llvlniwton. Tniby Co. Sub. Low 1:1.: 14. 16. On' //Iub-ohvlal. of of t'u . ______- 84 6 S3 80 C II ti"I,. Fat: _. .. __-44,80
dvhlo., - '- ' 28 6 22 ROM Cox _n... .. sonMm Emit lawtey --. ..__ -- ______ 24 6 22: Mary )MoGill .. _____n__ 5.si N'. of NW'W of SFW & SEW of NWWof ,
lit \IM 6 of Blk C of Jonea Add SW'. of NEW of SWW__________._.25 5 22 10 Unknown' .___ .. __.____ 4 ,iM SEW ____.. .u. ____ ____u__ 14 9 22 30 Jill O Johnson .___ .___ 17.83 *I < ,
t, --- ---'--_' -,-,..- 28 6 23 E C Croft UO N', of NEW; of NEW of SEW_____--_ 26 6 I Kufua McR. .. .. _____- 8,,jsM !NEW< of SKW except 6 a. .iiuare in SK ? 1

lllk W'ext; on Ennoy; map Com .at SW Cor. of 3WW of 9SW Cor .._ __. u__ __.- . "'__ 34 6 22 86 K I. OnlTI. ._ .. ______ 11189 nli
original Town: of Stark __--.. 28 6 22 14 B Pcnmark .... ....._ 53"5wi" run E on Sec (in* 410 tto a pt. 6 .. no. In SF Cor of NEW of SKW_ >4 6 S3 6 llnknown _. .... ...___ 3 611
nl,t 108 ft .quar' In sv.-Cor ofta'sK of .beginning, thence N 660 tE 18* S'...j of SWW of SEW -_._._.__n__.____ 4SF1 6 23 20 8 A Carter __ ._.. ___ 10 OA
,f .__'___ 2q 8 22 E W DrlitiMr rr. FAOt. ------ 1'prmupn ft.. S 060 ft, W 1118 ft, to bee_____ 26 6 S Ja W William. .. __._ B.20 of SEW: ___ _____ ? __ __.___? >4SKW 9 22 40 J B Marrow .. ..-_,_ 1M02
{ Cor "f4SEVi"of sV.w"_-- -_ 29 e 23 A E '. .--.-- 8.R5 Lot 31 in Woodl.wn ________._________ 29 6 U 18 Unknown .. .. ........ 3.11 of NW., ___ _. .._ ..___- ?. 81l 6 22 40 Minnie Celger' ..?.. ___ 191111 /
4 ",f BIN 1. In Livingston. Truby ACo Lot 11 in Woodlawn _____u___._____ 29 1 22 10 I'nknown _. .. .. ...." 875 SW'' of NWW I< A Nta of foW'. _- 5Sta A 21 12il t' (: 'Irll['. ._ __ ... ___ 60.IT
Add to Starke ---- _n. n__ 2N 6 22 Jo W Edward _____?_ j7.55 Lota 23. 2800 Woodlawn. _____u_____ 29 5 22 20 W L John. n____.?_._ 44S3 nf NEW A K'.j of NKW: of NWW MNW 5 22 390 I'nknown __ _. _?__,__. 41 H* Ls I v 8
lllk 36 In Livingston" Truby A Co WH, of Lot 61 A Sta: \ of Lot 68 InWoodlavn ', of !NWW __. __ .-___- ____.- *$ 6 22 40 J A Coleman .. ......___ 1X02 f,
cub dlv ---- ---- ---- 28 < 22 R !M Elleraon .... .. -. u.25 u____._ ____ __._______ 80 6 10 M V Kalcy __ ,- a 4I Wta of NF:'. of NWW _-_ .. __-__n__ S* 4 22 20 It I. Mlrkey .. __ ______ H.741S6H
4 of Blk 83 In;; Livingston, Truby;; SW'. of NEW' NWW of SEW____ 11 6 IS M ).ham Ihiima. .:_: :... 943 \I' of NF4:' of )111'4 7 20 120 A D Shaw _,
A -__ 211 d 22 R M Ellcmon .... ...... 9.H W'.j of NEW' .f NEW' NWW of NEW.. ty xf SF'4 "ot NW'., ==_ .:: : 7 20 20 It %t' 1'inlolpter -::-:::::: 2.44: f
..tC a pt b20IVtt Woi wni--;;; A NW of SWW of NE4---. __ 17 1 IS M R W William. __ __ ____ 11.83 !I't "::21- ? f ltd 10

Madison A Broadway Sta A run s'. of SWW of NK'., A NWW of 8KV Iwwe N ::. _. . ..::_.._. 7, 7 20 4S.I" Shnw. J.. __ ___ 904 41'I"

W |4H ft to Orange St., N 110 ft E A E' of NEW of SWW ___.______ 17 6 ID 80 Martin Mnlphlin . 12.72 .r IA'I 4 ____?________,_.___.___ 7 7 2" 10 I. T Shaw ____ n _m_.___ I 42
10P ft. N 100 ft. E 99 ft to bt>... __ 2A II 22 J... Vf Eddy': ____ ____ ____ Ed 50 SEW of NW'. n. n_ _____________?__ 18 6 18 40 Buck Wlluam. __ 4115 Ny or l.ot 8 __._ ___ __ ___ 7 7 20 40 Unknown __ __ .______ 4.41 I'
; of Ulk 32 In Johns Add _.__ 28 6 U 0 J Farmer ___.-_._ 8.76 NEW of NEW' __ n__ n__ ________ 2SKW /\ 6 18 40 1'nknov.n . .. _::::::: 1114 Cum "all It W 01 t bn0 .--4 ofSW'
:7totfol4&N 10 ft of; t-ii of SKW: __n.u_ nun________ 28 6 18 40 J E Flitch __..___-IIIII 405 I. .n N die of icy right or war

of Blk 20 _____ u._ n____ ___n_ 28 6 23 Mm D L Franeli .. ____ 27.00 SWW of NEW A NWW of SEW____ 28SWW 5 IS SO Ell.worth Truat Co. ____ 10.03 A run N 274 tW 2011 Ii g to right"
lot com at NB Car of Blk C. dome of SW'W" & W 210 ft. of SEW of .r way Ihcnre" F: tin enld rwht.. eor '

Add A run N 110 ft. W 210 ft SWW __ ___ ._n_- _.._______.._ 1 9 19 48 T L Will __ h_____-._ ,42 way 'In the 1..lnt t.r I..nnlnor In
S !11(1( ft E 210 ft to ben. -- -____ 213 II 22 Mm I) I. FranefiTKlbrrt -..._ 40.30 SEW of SEW _ un_ _. ._.________.___ 2 6 19 40 T I. Wllia _n_._ -- 847 Pw4 .r SW'4 __. _. __ __ N 7 JO I II F' Geuu'T: __ _.._n___ 10.S41.4A -
P 3 4. 5. 9 of Blk C In Ruling; add 28 e :22 Gnann .._. '_ n 465 NW of NEW' of NKW _._.___________. 11NW 9 19 10 T I. Wilio., _n_ _: ::::" SJ 7, 10. 11 or 111k I In Ward CII"._ .,.... ,.. W..I __ ___ olota
2 at Blk 42 Llvlnipiton. Truby A of NWW. of NWW __nun___ 1Y1 19 10 T L -WillM _.___. __._? 196 lot I of IIk 2 In Ward _nu__ Hurray "a.d __ '

r., sub dlv __ u __u _n_ .. .__ 211 II Vit Julia. GoodwmeMr ____ ___. 150 S', of SEW ______ _._______-uun- 21 6 19 BO A 1' lluke. ___._.___... jj.C4 Lab 5. 7 of Uk II In CI. ______ I7nretx Ward _. ,__.., .10 t't .
; of Blk 16 ________________u__ 2M ( 22 Jennie !Mniul. Hoffman 11.on NWW of NKW B .. in NW Cor. ofSWW Iona 1. II .r 13 In '. 11. __ Florena Ward "_ __ ._ 1.1 .
C In Rlidng{ Add ....__ .. 860 of :_ M 6 19 45 B J Thomaa __ __ ____ 153 "i" h : 1.
t. B of Blk 2A 6 22 1 D Hick n NEW -- -- ---- --- -- tot 7 "rlk 14 In Wanl (; __________ F-lore Ward __ ._ ____ ,1,1W
3. 4 of BIk3 In Llvlngnton. n.." 140 yd. S of NE Cor of NEW of 14.t 9 or IIlk 1 III In W.r ('117 u______ Flon"w. Ward __ .___
Sub Div __ ___ 28 8 22 JpMte Johnson .. __ ._._ 4 \1& NWW A S 140 yd >.W 210 yd r 'p
Truby A C*>. -- On run lot1 .r Ilk 22 In CI, ________ t 1..1 Ward . . __ __ 1 U4J ,
H 1. 2 of Blk 4H Lvlngton! Truby thence North 140 yda. thence Ea.t NE'4: or SF:4: ____ _.. ._____ 7 20 40 Unknown _. __ _. _____ 6 j4j
A Co .ub dl" ___ ____ ______un 28 6 22 Raymond Jaekiwn .. ._ __ 706 210 yda' to beginning. -___ -. -- 28 I 39 6 t'nknown .. .._. __ ___ 7.17 H 10 a. ot SEC.. of AWL4 -_ .__n___ I 1, n 10 Unknown -- -- ______
of Blk 28 Llvlniraton Truby A Co Lot 1 of lllk IS, according to J. W. Pat. 5tL of dot I. I lees Ry right of way A I. 2.1 f )

Sub dlv __. ___ ---- -----. _n. 28 6 IS Clifford{ Johnson ___. -- 7.06 tone .'''V'7 of Worthington. Spring. Unknown ,. .. ... 1.12 I lot 60 /tvln0 I Ii un N aide "f F ,I ,

? 4, 6, 9. 11 of Dlk B of Rming.. Lot I of frac'l Blk 21 In Worthington for Colored .hu.b --_ ____ ___17. 7 J Shaw __ ._ _.. 1' y
Add __ __ ______ -.-_ ------.- 28 6 92 Mra Tama Ixrvlton .. .. 4.(IB Springa ______u ________ ___..-_ Unknown .... ,....?U? 241 NE'ofNW'4AE12a.InNW'' prNWI. 1 : a I u 1.83 ,

7 of Blk 11 In Llvinimton\ TrubyI Lot 1. 2. 3. 4, of Blk 26 In Worthington ___ _ Uu_. ____.. __ ___ 7 20 U ._ ._ __ __ 003
2
Co Add _____. -- ____ ______ 28 8 22 Ju Lane .... ._.. .._. 1C CO Spring. u.... ivmiraton; A Chamberlin 4 06 N 5. of 1i.I. nf IO : _____ ____ 20 36 Inkno..n 11,11 __ __ _-___ 4.42 ,
2 4, fl and frac 1 lots A. B of Blk lint 8 of lllk 3H In Worthington-Sprinea I'nknown .... .... ____ 2 41 (In, a. lilt' ft E or NW\ ... .r NW'4or : h.1 _

flfi In John. Add __ u._ _.__ _.__ 28 6 M Mra Carrie Mill ._ ..._ 217S Sly of Lot 3 A .11 Lot 4.----______ 7 II 20 120 Mr. Charlotte Coflln ____ 12.42 SW'4 being. 210 I.q"... ___.._ 4 7 t 1 Mrs Malpbnm __ __ 10IF. /

4 of Blk 46 Livingston. Truby If' -s v' NEW of NEW of SWW & E 4 a. of '.. of N :' n ___ _.n__ ___.___ 8 7 40 Ida 1,11.. __ ._ ._ 611 Q, IM I
I, .'o nub div u__ ____ ..-nn_ 2A 6 23 Henry PUford _. .. .. ._ 495 51. or NY 4 or SE'A ""_____- 1 6 21 14 Vnknown --'_ _. _. .._ 241 lW', W', of SE4 u_ ___ ___u___ 8 U 24U !' _. _u_ __ ?__
of __ ___ _ __ir 13 8 21 40 I'nknuwn ._ ._ __ _ ion I"knwn 2
NE'4
SEW -
n. uu ? or NR4 _ ___ _._ __ ____ R 40
tote 1. 2 of Dlk h no __ ._ _ .
7, A _
,1 1 2 of Blk Ix>t* 1 A e. and N 26 acre of lot 8__ 85Wta e 21 124 Unknown' .-. .._ .. ._ 1608 NE4 I etceld S'y .'. of ; t 1'nown u _

I i. Llvinmton. Tniby A Co._ nub rrtrrnon .. .. .. .... 3.If of SWW of NWW NWW of 5'y' r SE', of NW' NEL4 of '' ; I: : if Ig W A"Maya -:_-::-.:::-:: 1484 i
._____ ___ _ 28 6 22 L .r"H 707
""I'Vof A"LoV u aw'. ___. ____ ____ ____ _____n_ 2 8 22 60 Starke lumber Co .. ... 1225 "tl "r NW4 & .. or 11 ,'
Bib 88 1. 2 or Dlk! NWW of NEW of SWW ____________ 2 6 12 10 Rev S T Wolf _..__-___ 2.3D NE4 __ ._ NWI_ 18 I
Livingston, Truby & Co. sub n J f 5 I II Sla'neer __ ______ 873
in n
M .. _. .. 7.05 NEW of NEW & "I, of NEW & SEW NW'. of NW4" A t1: or SW4 __ IS __ f
divbiton. ._. __ n_.__ ____ 211 6 22 TTannnh Parker .n. 2 Unkn..n n _____ 12311
of &
1. 2. A. 4 of Blk 8 In 1.'le*. add 28 6 22 A B Rndney .. __ -- -- 18.85.t of NW'4 A NWW _NW'4____._ _Eta_ 3PEW 8 22 2803tarke I.umhtr Co .. .. .. 647140Stark E'3 .f S3E4. .s. "r B"l or NE44 A + /+
? of SWIq ..____ .___ n NE'4 .. "r :' _. _______ III 7 ... __ _. ._ ._ ____
NE Cor of WVi 0 WUi of ____.___. 4 6 22 Lumber Co .. _... Any 2 10llkno. 1.f
n of NEW .....-__ .._ MF4: or NE'. A NE4 or NW4 ______ 17 7 Jon. _. _______
SEW of NEW thence& run W W too|lIho t8 ft to 807 a W'... of RFW of SKWW'j __________n____ 6 6 SD 20 SliM I.union .__. .. .... 2.75 15'.4) of Nt:' or SF.4, 1 .. In Nt I n

point of 100 ben ft. N 809 ft to 1*.. 28 6 22 Richard Rrynoldii' ._ .. .- 3.88 of NK1: EU, of NWW ; & Eta Cnr "r NW'. ar S .'4 ..___ _____ U 21 1:1: Eva E Iluvnor __ ________ S4l> '' ,
ft. E On of SW'. : A; Wta' of SEW _.___u 6 6 22 320 F E Canovit __ _.. ____ ._ 3007 Vvfq of SW'2 t'2
Inlria __ ____._ ROO"
n : 4 of Klk 86 Llvlngaton TrubyA ___ _____ 8 2t:! 40 Unknown __ .. .. ____ 707 10 !
tub div _. ._ 211 8 23 F.d Rnn.-y __ .___ 2.P5 SE', of NWW ? roF'; of NWIx ___._u___ __ _ D 22 41 1 ['..rh" __ _. __u__ 1107
C NW'4-of
u n nu !NK'., of 1'IF.1 nf NWI"., ; A of NF74 & NW'. or SE4 ___ ._ 4 1 22 .
Baolrrvon-_. __ __ 00 yarn A __ __ 87 16
Add..___ 28 8 22 1 M"
In Peek' Viola
I 1 of It'k! 84 __ _ ________ 8 II 12 SO Swallow A Hopkin. . ___ 4117 M.la
NWW "f NEW W' of NW4 of __. ___ ._ 20
u SW'4 4 _
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__ .. 2 66 __ 1 61)
x R.. 9. 10 of Blk 1 In Wynn'a Add 28 6 2J S M Spencer ._ .. N'.. of 1"10\ 1."r NW" ____._______ 9 I 22 20 IJi'O; A Joyce .._.,_. ,?__ 1121E'q 218 E: ?r NW mrn'r of 2 IInkn..n n <
K:. ft S of SW Cor of Myrtle & of W'j of SF", of NW1, ?___ _____10 8 22 10 II D Tucker .. __ n____ 2.8H 1..ln.I., of l f'' run S 2111 ft I .,
Mndixon Sta A run W 105 ft. Stat of of t;', of W'$ r I
W'j K'-j NEW E 426 ft A
210 420
ft topulul .
ft. E K'5' ft. N HIS ft to b.". 29 e 23 Dr. Curtli Smith ___.____ 2.10 of ro'j; A K'.j' ot NEW of SEW H 8 22 100 1'nknoun ,__. .. ._ ___. 12211 ..r brgbnmg __ ___ I 7 22,1., @nlwmnn 4 noii

< 1 nfBlk/lt& Inte2,8nfBlk: NW \4 of SF.I; ; _on ____ ___u__.__ 12 8 22 40 I, A l>ana _.__ _. __.. ft,Tl I Eery of :NE': ', ..r N": ___ 0 22 ro ..IRrk __ __ u _'_ :U ''
Jft M Livingvton, Tniby & Co aubdiv 28 6 22 flea. Scott (col.) __u __?T :3.15 WI. of NWW of SW.J ________uu__ 12E'j 8 22 20 Unknown_ __ _?_ __ ._ e.75 S 3 n. of NWI of "r.I; uu.u.r i7! ___ 5 S Jw. ., J.. __._. 2.U.I;
it* Jf Jfl. 27. 2H, 37. 18, 80, 40 of ::1'r1R ..r E'j of 5W' of SEW! n______ 12 8 23 10 Unknown _,.. __ u __? 26):) R. .. N cod .f Ihr N' .r NW14of 2 .t..on.

Blk- u C. N. E'4 of SF.' of NWW A NEW" of NEW Par Wly of NIV' of "

1."lnv.lon. Truby A Co. Add ._ -- 26 8 22 John Tliomat .. .. ._ -- 8.00Theo. of SWI I., . _ __ ____________.__ 14 8 22 20 Mm Eva T Hyiuin, ____._ 1281 'd, W'.I'rl Ity o.r : . 6 I 11..nIdl.: ... __ __ __ 142 .
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IB ft of 'Iota 6. 7. Blk 17 -- -_... 20 6 11 Tuon .. ._ .. ____ 31.05 N'of. NW'' of bEW __ __________u__ 1* II 22 !211! Ivter Enirla: .. ..______ 1441) Ih' 2 the .. NW Cnr of NEtq:
r .' ',."' : ft E A W by lOG ft N AtT SWW of NE', __-u_ nn ________ 18 8 22 40 Ifuniom Uvjnold .. .... 7.00 run I 3 cls. R0: rho..N 3
S "> E end of Mm Iltmingway h.tlit One. Sol I lAl' on rant .ide of the 12 .acre .. W 10 .ha II h..... I Inc W I ..- I
hound F': by land of Mra M J if land belonging to I'. C. 2 __ _. __. ._ 22 ,. r
tract ( R. I !Mnry Joiner .. __ ___.__ 107
.. .. 6 BO I
S by Iloyt St __.___ 26 8 22 Unknown .. .. ..
f.reen
'.
u 3 by liocidwino<<; In N'j of Nt; 4 of SWWhounded II\'.. "r NW4 & S'q "r NW'4' of N6t4: 2a 8U Jaa Clark __ ______ 1J.70 K '
My.lhSt. .
.\ bounded E by north by N\ m. Hall .and or NE'' NWI.. of : ASE'

!Vadinon St. W hy land of L A. mouth liv Sarah Scott _________.._ 21 6 22 1 Adn Mack __ .. __ ___u_ B 49 '. or MF'i: _ _"tl __ 10 12 120 Itnr ._ _. t
N Sec. line ____ 29 8 21 Unknown __.. _. .. ____ 8.40 u 1..1 ___ BI141
hauls Jr, by
.j Com at NW Cor of .hind owned by III, of N1S'4: c.r "I':'", . _ _ 10 7 22 20 Unknown __ '.,a
4 .\ com at SW Cur of Mvrtlo A Elvira King. on E aide of Ry A; N'y' Ir N5'4 lit NEr 1 1. .r 1'IWI'1 A -

million II.... A run S Ins' ft, W run K nt right. angle, to sold Ry 8'u' Ir SW4 !;I.i, - . 11 22 80 __ _. __ 11007
-ft. S105 ftW 105 ft. N 210 to E line of Sec 21 & thence N on Iall I. u. I, 9
It E J.10 ft to hog _____nn___ 20 6 22 ITnknnwn __ .. Lyn thence W'on S\\ ..r NE'. ll' "r FFa/4 of {
._ 47.70If M.Id| | .." line to center St. NW' . ..___ _ __ __ __ II 7 22 M
.. '", *. -. x of lllk 11 nnn 28 8 22 M... Mary Wnki u unlit St to Ky, thence S along Ry u Unknown u __ __ __ I
\ ,'n v iidc. of SEW of SK" hnundc.d .\ . _ 12 7 12 e40 Paul Itnw -_ _. _____ fl1
In of NEW ex. u ,
to pt of lug K'.j or NE'n' __ ._ ______ __ 13 4'I I'nknown I /
\ In Rv E by land nf f.h,..em, haw __ ? __ _u___ 444
lute piic.w a.
s by .1 W ndrew. J.. A W by each heretofore been or d..>edMl. u _. ___.n 21SE' 8 22 14 l.oul Cluyon .. .. ______ HDD .. _ ._ _. 1 : 8.U I'.ul.a _ _ ._n_- ".111 ,
\\. .tm..I""d, St _nn __ -- -_- 29 fl 22 J Well. !K'8 S of R 3 W In Temple &'- of NE44 NW' of NEY4 & NEt4 .. . j 1All 1
6
of Klk
'e i -. o of Hlk 4 Alvnrcs. Add_ 28 8 22 M B. Wilder 4 66 Bill., lllv _ u __ -__ .___- 21 8 22 8 Jennlo Styl. .. .. ___u_ 2.68 Ir NIY4 lit of flW'' '. I RFV4; U 2 .110 I'n01 how _u_ ._ ____. 41)41 \ I
4.115 - MRt !
l-t. I 1.I 1. -'. .I'I! of nrIlk lllk 27 111 In In Ttmulc'ii Llvlninton. Add I 28 6 22 .1. O. Willlami .. -- All W'I. of Blk A S of R 2 W A In all F.'<1 SW'\, of.rl SEI4 l -:- - ::- --=::::::: ; T T 28 ::: llnknown Unknnwn:: =. :: :: :: :: 544(44uia '1 1N'y
fllk I S ,.r R :3 W. 'lying NW'4of
1 Mott __._ _. _. 1660SILAS of ..r '. A MWl/1 NF.'I. & Sty )
23 n
ltut> & Co add. n u ____ __ 28 6 ; u SF';' A N; E'' of SW !W In'I'cmplaquit of NJ': .f If 2 In

KIT!: div __ .-_ -_ _._____ 21 6 23: 7, Jennlo Style .. .. u__ n.02 NW44 I.a a. Sb 4 j
u ('ter _ _ __ 20 7 22 138
Tux tolliwtor.. Town of Starke. HaN of SW'. A tnknlwn __ __ __ __.._
of SW'
tvornor
IIB nt. NW cur N'4' .r NW'' cvrcpt A. In i
_ _ S 7C .!. (K I 1111' ydn. N 70 yd.. 1 HI
_ __ __ __ _ __ u run > 21 7 22 O8 Unknnwn .
_._. 22 8 82 2 Euiwna Con .. ... 8.7a t
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of
W I II" vd. to .pt beg 583B.I .
.
All 7 22 ARI I'anl
_ ___. _______ 21SE' 112\ 10.J K Starting . :: -" - -- : : :: Ito.. 8 7
NOTICE NW of I.o'j; of SK'/: ; ___u 4 All : : . :: 7 22 910 I'nul::: hew : _: :::::: 8.:7 1
___ II :: u
___ 21NK' Ifopklna---
describe.1 land will he .old at public auction "f NW'' of Ii\\ Swkeowa 4.71\ .tll __ u __ .. ___ -_ ___ 7, 22 t4U l'n..1 . __ 811.117
.,1.0.. IK hereby given that the following :' of SKW' _ _. _ __ ____ 28 6 22 / -- .. ._ n__ 17.0&W a I.. ? _
'
month before I In.rrl. -- NW'I .f NE'4 & Ntg or NW ,t .. _ 7 120 .
'"i 'ih) ,' Iirst Mondliv In Aiigunt.. 1I11S. It bellg the 6th illiy. of told .I.. if 1'.r SW' A S'i of 21 12 I'RI' I. ? __ ___ I2..1fl
... .".",.... d....r at Starke. In llrndford County. Slate of Florida the. or, .o together much thereof with the na eoot will NW'< .f SW'6 6 2:1: 40 'fh"" Tl.on .. -. ______ 24.69 W'y of \SW : of NW'4} ; 2/:/ 20 Wnlle.Ik,. __ -. __.. ... ,' I I IIitInNWCnrofN'yufSWYofNWyt

m.iiry to pay the amount due for luxe. cal oppoude acme SE' of Nt:' (except about R nereeoff ,trrpl I n. for church .__ _ _-_ 8' 7 I Jrnulu Itickaon __ __ ____ 141 ,
ouch nale and ndvertimnir. 1 ,
Kant vide and :l .acre. In NW cor SW' 1'Ir
N'of NFlj, lit Ir NEt4 &I -;\"
Teen A and 4 arm In SW cormrl, ; and NK' !l ", NW. 01 NWy-___ .8772 t.O I.oull,... _. __ ... .
DESCRIPTION Sec T. R A. OWNER Co l* of SEW' : (except. about 4 aereem lot 14 Ir Ilk 4. Sun lily I.r \ __ .1.1

'E'' ..f SWI, _-___.nu-- __. -_____ 24 19 40 A J Wilklmion' ________.* .41 NK. corner. . . and_._ 1 acre. in NWcurlier ... 27 6 22 60 Theo. Tlaon __ __ u ._.. 82.84 NF1; Ir NW44 __ .___ ____._ ___ 20 7, 2 Jlhn Rmlh .. __ __ __._ 41 INW'
,ot I ,"r NKj of NWW _.__ _______ RO 4 19 fill Gen; William. __ ._______ 7.07 of SE'on- .r NW'4 _.._ __.__ HI 7 II .1 0.. I __ __ __? l 8 4J I
'W'. of SWW __ _-_ u.u.n__ ______ 31 4IE" 11 40 W P Taylor ____ .___n__ 5''I Com K:on.Ide N of line Church of NWW St A run S on Fay: ..r NW4 of NW4 h n_..._.._al 1 2 Inknwn: __ __ _____ 1.41

of SEW ____ _ _____ ____ 19 4 20 40 A K Fletcher, Truiite __ 7 07 ft W Al 11. nfNW'N&' NofllrANW4i 1 >)
70
-- .. ...... C 8HO said St 70 ft, K 210 ft N _ __._.__ U 1 .1 foul Itnn __ _
_. _
r _.. IS 4 20 *0 Unknown /W' 00 473
_ .
_
and of Lot 6 __ 2 n
"t S'j nnn HI 210 ft to I.'g _ __ ____ _______ 28 6 22 Euyene Cn.nn .. .. 26] '
17 u ..
.of _ _ ___ 21: 4 20 I'nknown __ on - SFI. \ & N'1.: .f 1\\1, A W of t
La NEW h. n __ ___ 68.95 Com at SK (.,r of SW 4 of SW'/ A run fIr SE';' ___ ___. 84 7 200 N I' (' .
\11 _.__ .. __._ __n__ ____________n 19 4 21 640 W R Allen Sr. ____ W 7116 fl N 115 (L. N F HOH ft. E 206 u_. ? u 2 ..I"'n _. __ ____- 20 DO r
_
Ito 7 W I'nkn..wn _
__
SF.C4 __ ____ "
EIof NEW A SHl\ of NEW s'a of ft to beg 111.r '
ft thence E 174 ft. S 002 .0
6211 SE 0f "
620 W H Allen' Sr ('or Ir FR14 run
20 4 21 NP'
<-., NWW of SW'i A _S'4_____:::::::::::::::::::- 21 4 21 80 W R Allen, Sr. :::::::: N.R9 Abu Sl.arkm.n| certnin,A W J.ndH of Ry S oMn in SEW II of N 2'0 yh.' W ydn. S alu ydaE .
101.-6.. __. __ 84 7 8
' of NEW & W'/j A SWV of SEW __ __ _ _ ____ 28 6 22 10 : I" 9.1. u.u 2 P.I Meits. __ __ __ ____ 211
;
f.2.IB SWW __ u.n nn Mm E F Johna .. __ .__ 211.19J"to Wor :'. of :', __ __ a
Sr ,
& E' of SE'4--------------------' 29 4 21 620 W R Allen of Hlk 10 In Sta.k.... .. Mra A rloreu. .. .. 157H I 22 20 I Rythmore -_ .____ 2.R"
:::::::::: 64 186BO 6. 11.7. H --' ;', of NW' Wig NW44' a
::: !::::IIII: 80 4 21 1140 W R Allen Sr. IF Ir
Ul ._
__ Stark.-----______ ,
loOt 1 of lllk 16 In Jennie Maud l Huffman. ._ 11.U6I _ _
'4 A E' of A SEW__________ 81 4 21 Unknown uu__ .- ---- 6604 10' ft of Lot F oflb'_ u 3 I 22 1"2 N I' 'uu'h"n __ ___ '
SW'/4 ; S 241 ft of Lot 4 & N -. .I" .fl
___ 8018 j I t: A.4 or : ; NP.4
Lj __ un_ ______ ____nn__ 82 4 2820 W R Allen Sr __ C of Klk 20 In Starke n___. _-___ >r N W t'ran.io uu ___. SO 26S I Itl .If 'I
06 NF & r
;
NEI1 _ .___ 26 4 22 40 Nero Raw) _u. .... on .r NI'. ( NI'. R
E ,, of ___ ___________ lllk 11 in Stark .a.. extended on Eniy'aMan I
89 44HO .r "r NET
Starling ... W"I t4
NE' of NW & __ SB 4 22 452 Mr. Came B __ .____ I .
'lor A SI" i Sts u 1242 _- nu ____ __ : II Denmark .. .. .... 46.79Lot NWt "r & W'!
__ WI. MW44of :
ElL ,
W Chlnholm .r
W "
n
18
6 !
wt4: of SE' A SE'/i of SW'W! ------ 10 _________ 6.42 7 nf nik II. In Livingston Truby A lOW' _ 0 8 23 320 link.0e .
'"i, of SEW _______________________ 28 8 18 40 J. C. Caiiell. Co Add, to Rtarke In W'. of NE', 2H 6 22 Ja. Lane. .. __. ...n__ 16.3HUoen of E'' u __ __ ____ ___ 878NW
1242 of W' of NW' E'.4
Ent Wty .t
'4 of NE'4' nn__________________ 84 8 18 80 W W Chi.hnlm --00 Lot 6 of Klk 11 In Livingston. Truby ,
I-EW of NEW n _____________________ 8S It 4* K P Dick. ____n.n___ 542 7.07 A Co Add, to Starke .__ __ ______ 28 8 22 Gardiner .. .. ___. 10.34 NIY'.of& "W', or.C NW'"t:11: .r&I NW44 NY' .. '
...
_.. SW'4
_. .
.. .. ,
w)4 of SWli ________.__ ______ 6 8 19 40 Unknown 1087 Sub 5, 4. 7, H, W, 10 of blk 31 In l.lv- SFI.\'' N W' W' ; of
.. Iq SF'y
fW. of SWV __n__ __ ____un____ 35 6 19 40 Unknown .... -- ingHton Tnihy A Co. Add. to Starke 28 6 22 J J ThomuH .. _. ____._ 4.90 ", .r i.f lt ..fSW
__ 442 "f NW1 NKW
__
__ Wta
,
WI1""' of "-SEW _____ _____.____u__ 2 8 20 40 Vnknown u u lute ::1. 4, or W'.j nf Blk 8. in 1.vIn..t..n. of NW, .. __I 8 !:2 120 J __ __ III.OSt 3
W" I 1lb"n. n
01 & A Co. SubdivLlon
1'IE'4 A NEV4 of NWW 16314M Tniby :' nf NW I A N 10 *. nf FP'", ofSW
,
of NWI. _____n.________________ 4 8 20 160 Unknown4HO ------. of NE1 of NKW ________ 28 6 22 RUM Cox ---- ---- ---- 4 VO K 14 of or
.. .. A SKW SW'4
'H A NU of SWti A N'-j of SE'i B 6 20 UnknOo'l u lob I A 2, or E'-j of )licuij, In l.lv.IngHtnn. A II''. of I.of 8K1: ., I".H 4 a. In

E', of NEI,. A. NW'i of NE"; & Trilby "Co. Subdivimon, SW ("'or A NWI'. of UK'4: A NUj ul
NE' .. __.__ 28 6 22 Clifford Juhiwon _. __ .
of NWVi A WWj! of NWW of NE' of NF: n - 4 00 KK'/, of SE'S'4 of NE''\. ..fSKW

' SWt/4 A SE4 excrpt Leta .I ____ 44 02 Ix.l 4 uf lllk :12, Llvlngnton.. Truby ";' !Ina B lo NK: Cr---._ II H 22 196 I
;'ub'r : 410 Unknown __ __ __ __ n llrmiklyn Co .. ____ tl 80 ,
2 div ______ .--_- _---- 111 6 20 A Co Subdlvi.iun of NKW; of NKW: 28 6 22 Edna JatikftOD" __ __ __ 2.68 All) of SW of NK1N: of .l> A l.n,1
om at SE cor. of Sec. 1.1: A run W on W'., nf lllk SI, In Uirlnmton. Tnihy all SN'4' of NE';'W, A A ly-24. NKor
S... line N 26-degree.. W & (' Subdivi.lon, of NE'. of NE'4: 28 6 22 It M Klluraon .. _. 12.25111k
28 chain. u +
4 of f', of NK':I., of SK1,, _ II B 22 71 I'nhnown __ _. __ _____ H SI '
eh,. 11 Ika. to Ry right-of-wny.'hrnee ;.18, In l.ivlngntnn.. TrubyA SW1', A NWW or SI:'? __ 15 H 22 200 N I' aiithnn ___ -_ 20.4i"
-
of Subdivi.lon, of Nt;' of NK:' 28 6 23 R M .. _____ n
Klleraon
ea.terly on .aid right way Co 4 14 18Pllly
u E'-' of SW of NfHI': ;'. of SK1': 17 H 22 All I'nknown ._ ._ .. ____.. 70 I
1 chH to range. line thence S on.aul 6 20 38 N W Horn __n__________ 1161 Lot 'I & 4 of I31ko, In 1.lvln".n.Trllhy of : WUj of SK1: ..f NKW' _ _- 2 8 22SW 20 Mnrgmi M.le..1 __ u ___ g.Hi
I 11 Co Subdlviitton NKWof .
ni t to "beg in Sl, of SKW 88 a.- A .
A In NK forner
65 of |lose 10
.. 6 NB'4
\W 20 38 David P Codin --- -- . _ 28 6 22 #
B .
of SW1, e.. 2 a. In SW Gtr15 NEW: ------- Ilrown .. ._ __ __ 2 UH A K'v' ter N W A NIC", >ifSW
..I 81 Lot of Klk 41. in I.ivingHtnn., TnibyA .
NEW: NEW': of NWW & 1 A SE'''I "f SW1, lens A. '
'I SWi of NWW A Wuj of SEW To Siilnlivi.ton. of Nt:'", of NEW: 28 6 22 J.mea K; Fraiilln _. ._. 1.14 /
R I _
In SK"; corner 24 22 Innd'u.. .. 192
,.r, NWW A NEW of SW' except Lot 2 "f Klk 4.. in Livlngnlon TnihyA IN1..k .
1 nl') ...... In SW Cor> A SE'", of A / Huhdivlainn of NKW of NK'/: 28 6 23 lull.* Ooodwlna ._ ___ _. 2.fiH.lullu H. M. DOWMNfi.; Tnx (.ol..l.r. lirailfooul County: Kin.NOfHF .
n 20 225 t'nknnwn ____ __u ---- 20 20 Mvlng.tnn. Truby
-W'' ''except 5 acrw In NE Co,. II Lot 1 of lllk 42. In
20 6 Chrl C. Ilurkhart .. -- -- 2 11 of 1''.'' of ; 28 6 22 . _. / '
h'. .r NEW: of SEI'. of NW1" .______- 15 B A to Suhdmnion NKW Duller 3 8H - ,1
4 NW' bt. W'!.i of lllk 41 in I.lving.um. Tnihy,
] n 'm )NW; for of N5'4 ol f j
I Inc 420 ft. '1). ._______ __u___ __ 5 20 4 R M Heney n__________ 1.'5 A Co. HutHtlvialnn ..f NF:' of NKW; 28 6-22 J,_ Johnann . _. _. :34) ; - '_ f Lot 9 (except- 8 acres In SE Late 1 A 4. or 14'. of lllk 41, In l.lv. Notiri I I. hereby given Hint under. .nil I I by, I' votj it .|,,>eiil mil .", and ", .I.t i

corner ___. _. _. ..__ ______._ Iq 5 20 84 Samuel W. Brown _u___ 841 ingfttnn. ruby. A Co Subdivwlon virtue of n rt.m' Writ of Kxecuti; iHMiiIngot I' thru irtialiiK. lhi rnb.ry. lo ., ...!..,! ;
MV ,,f swil ? ___ ._._________ 21 8 20 44 Mr*. W A Owens ________ 8 89 of NKW: ..fNf! :'i - .- ---28 6 S3 J J Aaron _. ._ 4 00Livintmtron. ., of end under the. Se.l >.f. the Clr"lt'I'" IM, Sol .*. II. miming, at NK corner Hec 12: ,
Wi" of SE', _""I__ _"_________ _____ 22 0 20 40 !Mm Charlotte Coffin .__. 8 71 Lou 2. a. I, of 111k0. .".F.' of SFI: ___ 25 6 20 40 Vnknnwn ... .. .. _n"_- 6.42 xton. Truhv A ( ... SilhdivlHion. of . .. .r lunt. J2d. IIMK, m that certain ca,"... eliann.1f N..w Silver, In H.W corner ,,f He*.
SWI" of SW', uunun.u__ __ ______ _- 26 5 20 40 John P Coffin .. .__... 10 :o.t.f NE'i! :' .-- ---- 28 6 13! Traby A To 2 69 wherein Inrm" re A lltrelen hank, n ......r..1 I0; Ih.n.... Wnt dung 'P. line dividing Tp
I MM.. nuu.u_ _____ ______ 27' n 20 40 Unknown ...... _n. ---- 442 o'j: of Ulk 47 In LiMninton. Truhy A lion under the ,lawn of the Sill** of . 4 HIM, I r lo the :"I 1-4 Section line of notion 4.
w ''J 'of 9F.4IA:' Eu 10r SWli.-- _____ 29 8 20 160 YiratIEdwcrd.-----. 88.78 f.... Suhiltt uii.n of :NKW: of .1 NEW< 28 6 S3 !Unknown: -- -_ - 161 ix l.lnintiir: nnd Mr. M II KH-.II: I. deAni: i ll.1 '" Itanne 21, East, tb.-nrn mouth on ...1
Lou1. 25 of Blk J 3: Mehl .f'. Add Lot. t 1. 2. 3. 4, of Hlk .1 In Tempi1. Add n lit t iM .J., r?'in Innl Judgment wn* rindi'red I i I s.vtii.n Hit.. lo line South of 4rtionA/ .

or Nrw lake Butler __.___________ 80 6 20 lake Butler tae A F.lK. Co 18..KI. to Sla. ____ __ ___ _ _n_-_..__. Alga n H dn-y ._ ._ .__ 1I.91 '.. Hi.Ih 'Iny of June, 1 IIIIH./ 1 In ..id I county i ore Eel; ,,n .Id Sertlon Ilno u> 1-
LoU. t. 4 Of !mi 4 In| McKlnney' Add DM u. |'.mnl..'. Addition. lo Starke__ 28 6 22 Mr*. Eunice ,:. Canova u 8038 and State, a tmn.eript of which\ judgmentp I : r: Corner of Section I 1", 1,,.
or Now Lake Butler_.__ __________ 30 6 20 Unknown _. .. .. .----. 468 Lot. 1. 2. 8. of lllk 27 In Tempi. Addto been duly ri-eorded In the ptililic, rveord. ofItradforl r. Itunge. 22 Fw. t. thence north n n midKur I I

'nmm,'ncing. 1J 6 ft N of SE corner Stark _____ n__ --. ------;- J Q William. _.-_______ <.C1'n : C.mnly. 'lo1'ah' .. thf Hume more I line n Milnt of I."mintr. 1..8th .
"f Klk 9 In original Town of Lake Lola 4. 1.0. It of lllk B. in Rialnit'. fully finneam. I W : .mon. Sh'-rllf fflrndford Arthur Starling J. M le..I'r. W. F.. -

But lor and run N 61 ft. W 106 ft, Add. to !Htarke' .--- Termiia -ilton . 4 no County, florldn. h.v<' l.v..1 l upon I . J. M. Ibittier. J. K: Idmin., J W. (,nfth. 'I
s 61 ft. E 105 ft to point of beginning p" Lot. H. 9. 10 of Ulk 1 In Wynn Add :n the following. di'.erllie'l renl i>.t.te In llrnd. fl., If. K It .Il.ng. J. II. H",.,.. J II. tto.1..

.. _. ._._ 30 6 20 8. A. ---.-- 8,51 Stark __.___ ____ __n ____ _----- 8 M Spenrer .. .____.__ 268 font County to-wlt : foil., I and. 2 In F I'. 11. K: lu. 'ler, J I Main." J"n..1_., K
UU 1. 1 Of- nik l ojnln B- L..n-New. On. lot In Starke 110 ft N&Sx210ft DdonV. Addition to the. Town if I...". Hutler. W K.nrr| J. W. "....kl''.. I. .1 1. Smith I.. M. i

<"m'. add. to Lake Butler In N"n E A W. bounded E by Walnut St nl.o a ..1."r\ liind ft M.I wide entirely Murrhee Hardy Keraey. 1 N Crawfnrd. J. ,j

of lot 8 ____ ._ __ u u_. ._ 80 II 20 M m V 0 Thorough .... 2.9Farry N by J R Uavie.. W by land of It Hern. the nonh end .& l..'i r Hnd a in F I'. I.. "a.kln.. 1".I.y hn. John l.rllti.; .1
,
'.ot ll N of Ry In T. E.u Dekle. .ee- L lIu..". S by lllk C of Jone Add (Idom'H Addition. to the Town of lake hotter ; Criffim: !! JH"zz.yw: J. Kt"- '. .

end add to Lake Butler ___._____ 81 5 20 Wllliarn. :. ______ 4 JJ to Stark .... ..___ .n___ ___... 28 11 2Z Dr N w rntiMto "u ia. 8tttr lying and being In Section' :II. 'i,. US., K. Cr/Rte: :
} a. in 8W Cor of N4 of Lot 4_.______ 81 8 20 4 Mr. C A Knight (hum).. 4 Begin. at .a point 200 ft went of NW 20 t:., am th. .R.-. .HIM nr. In lie..d Hook 21, I 'I he Hoard. of Public/, ln.triirtlon of llr.,1-
'r.".. 10. 11 In Townaendi add to Lake corner of Mfidinon: ,, A Broadway Sta. nt sage. 2
t. ?' __ __ __ ____ __ ________ 81 8 20 J C TarvUl. .. .. ______ nnd mn went 14* fort u. Ornne.St ....11.. ill... lob I I. 2. 0. 4. (8, 6. 7 held' at ,lf".1"r MrKiK.I I bowie on Saturday, Auictutt .
J f\::\: nf NWl'' ? SW1'? of NW'u ..__ 34 8 20 120 i'nkno.nB u__ __._ _ _ 1.6R; rest: North 1KI ft.; Kat: lull f r ; sad i>. ....In./ of bloek in. uncording- 2d 3rd. r< ,the |,'.,,.. act out In the for.
\'' NEW of NWW N. of A C L Ry 17 6 21 Mn. Florence Cobb ___.__ 'II North I'm ft. t.u.t ['i* ft, South .lb.lvl.lon the 'I. W I'.tloa mirvey of the i going. |:I.enl roc;n and' for the: purpoae of holdIng -
' 'm al NW Cor of NEW of SEW Ill ft o twglnninir. In Stark ___. 28 6 22 J W Eddy ._ -. __ : W..lhl, .n S.nng, rlorld.' Iyln. "'. Iwlion lilt. following man.g e.
A run S 804 ft to a pt of ....... thence 1 lot of land 24H' yd., north .and Mouth and being In H.-ll..n 28. Tp 6. S. II. I' hay I*, n n"lnle.-, | J. M. ,. . J. W. y
F 210 ft. S90 ft. W 75 ft, NS ft by I 120 yard rant: and Wot. In and will offer the .iim' for ...1. on 'f.k., i.nil I James lUiaier. t

. W tn ft, N 82 ft to her __ .u ISTnmvnee 5 21 S W Tllll. .. ? .. ..__ 740 outhea.it corner of 8t:' of HEW 20 8 22 '< Mm A C Drlvireni -_ 8.42: the fifth d.v 'f \ugu' .t. A. I). I1I1H, M.n.la"1 I T II. PINHOLHrEH. i '
at NE corner of land .old to The 8 I1.! a. of the following, deacrihrd . ,I.t ', ."' 'innid month end a ( I. ." lloiird Publla ln.tructl.m. b.*.
I1. Kite .and run north 105 ft. land to-wlt : 1I..t pt 210 I ft ... day hi, roof U'twi.n lie \legal\ hnllP of f... r.l ninly' r lorldu. ) e
'ri.nee Went 105 fl. thence *t along. S of NW Cue of NWW of SE'/i' & male. in front ..r the Court 1.. d.gr In Ml.I. ,
.n,d line 105 ft. thence Eaiit luli run S 7 1'i-l'in;, "' eh.. K H so-1.10 "lB.I Rtrkf, Muroli. nod I ...1 the Ian,. to the 1 POPPKI.L." r i

'' '.. point of beginning __._ 18N 8 31 A L Cnwi .. .. _______ 911 N 7 89.100 ch>. W 8 80-100 eh. to hlKhnt end! l I..' bidder for cn.h. purrh.K'rto I .unly Superintend and Secretary
!1. t of sw'. of NE1 13 1-1-- .a. alao I beg: 1 In NWl of SK'/ ._.29 6 22 2 Mn 1111 Malphnn. __ __ '..11I.IF. pay f'.r till,, I,. -nld property "Inl aold t.: -. 1t

<-''m. at NK: cor of Nt:' of NW, '-', 11 1-1: a. of SE44 of NEV, _u__-_ II 9 za 11 Ardell Unnanl .. ._ _-__ I.U .uti"fy nnul. ) "futlfn and nitH. I g4!
A run. W 112 yd. S46 2-1 yd. E Com II 1-8 cha W of NE Cor of SW'4 tiradford J. LPf BRflON.h.
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, ("AGE F.IGCf'f BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 19. mi.! .

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l \ aiipuintmunt, at Emanuel Sunday. LAKIJ; BUTLLR: ITEMS:: urduy for Palatka and other pointsin the sick list is better a t n tin,j II'Itl;

; ;Miss Lcnu Snpp, of Palmetto, Is I I South Florida. :Mrs. Stanford and, child, : iT
'" '' r-- visiting her cousin, Miss Susie .Sapp. Lake Butler July 17.-Mrs. <.. C. Air. Torn Chustuin left last ;Man- do, were visitors here ]I.,-' j tilt*'

;Mr. Johnny Sapp of Palmetto Williams and sister :Miss Wilma Park nay for I'alatka. inoi'iiing.Mr. .

cpi)('nt u week with relatives in this I er, left Wednesday noon for an extended 1'iui. S. A. Ur' per, after spending : 11111Irs.: G.: C. :\li','' 'of, M IQ

i I County News Items section. I visit with relatives in St. Pet- sometime in Jacksonville working for were week-end visitois at,t ?' ho j"
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I F Rev. K. D. Jones will hold a revival ersburg.Mr.. undo Sam, is with his family again of the latter's parent, :\11,, .1' j )111

; '. = -- _-__. __ _. .H_-- =_ -- minting at I Emunoul :M. E. church : Wm. Johnson, assistant cashier lid acuity ends here are glad to see J. E. Clemmons. '
f.ct- t"'JinninThursday before the second of the Funnel and Dealers Lank linn buck> in our little city. :Mr. and :Mrs.! L. Sow. . .
ImUrcstlntf Gathered During the Week bj' Our Jacksonvillelast Misses. Ruby and Jessie Kobe-its and x''ifl!
'j Sunday in August./ spent several days in ors in the Cooter Pond si., t n, ',n,
/ Regular Correspondents. There will be a sing at the home of week attending to business.Mr. Air. Tom Chastain were visitors in day afternoon. XhJn
I' :Mi. and :Mrs. J. [I. Norman Saturday : Tom Chastain returned home Luke City lust oaturduy..Mr. .
: h- Chustam T. Buriett spent last Sun :Miss ;Mary :Moitt of.f II.. "j. ,
1 i-- niirht. lie: sure and attend. last Wednesday. :Mr. expects Lhas I jf
. I. 1,1,, Mrs. :Mollie Alvarez and daughter, to join the colors in the navy day in :fatalke, the guest of :Mr. und spending this week hen, ',\ ,-|, re ,

Rgt1)FiII'rIM4:: 1 I :Mis :Mamie Lou Kdwards.: the regular :Mm Julia, attended the meeting at I right soon. ;Mrs. V. I". Stump. lives.Dr.. '
u ._ I Ii organist at Grace M. E. church, i I he, Baptist church I Ihursilay, night. \Ir. Sam Singer and wife and mother -: Death of :Mrs. C. Knight E. A. Russell visited I ..hl', Bj,.

i Bradford. Jul>' li.-\Ir.: W. E. Noble \va, unable to Inpresent, lust. Sunday i' Mr. L. L. Conor was! attending to spent Sunua> m "... ..ntllvHle.11': The many friends of :Mrs. C. J. ler Wednesday afternoon
und son, 1 pogan) and Fred, I I Hatnirmdo [ : on. aciount of il'knesH.1: r W. A. I'I business in Starke :Monday.Mr. Singer und! mother returning :Monday Knight will learn with regret of her :Messrs harley and! Mar, ,n \\\a\ '

I a business call ut the home of I Itc Barret: of Ocala Florida. presided : Raymond: Norman is expectinga morning, but his wife will remain in
j C. M. Andreu< Tuosduy.f I'I''f I ut the organ. There call any time to serve Uncle Sam. Gainesville for awhile. |[ here last :Sunday evening. :Mrs. ternoon.
: f Miss Kva: Edwards one of Brad w'rerood/ congregations at both sera ttOOI>LA\\N PARK :\11'lnd Mrs. II. Blake, who are Knight had been in declining health Mrs.: II. Crosby, of .Jal'h'On\ll1 ?
t ford's i most charming and attractive \' '[-'' und Mrs.' Barrett's organ playing now located in Jacksonville, spent for several months, and all that niedi- spending this week here with ha

..N. ''I young ladirs left TucHiluy for Ellon-; I wus very much apreciated. Woodluwn. July 17-:Messrs. D. B. several days with Mrs. :Mattie ;Mar- call skill and loving hands: could l do pnrl'nts.11'. and Mrs. E. I. (rosby
ton. Flu.I1''I<1 from there she will visit :Mrs.' A. :/. Adkins :Mms :Mabel Edward : Browning T. C. Williams and L). L. key this week. was to no avail. :Mrs. Emma Brown, of I :ik,. PU-

I other places; of interest, among and :Mrs. Joe Wilson spent a I Phillips were business visitors to I ;Mr. George Tomlinson, of Palatku She was laid to rest in Swift creek I' who has been visiting rc-lativis he!,
T them :St. Augustine! und Tampa. I few delightful days last week at the Jacksonville Saturday. is spending some time with his parents cemetery Monday afternoon. She spent the week-end with rcI.t, ! I\c.' ?

o :Mr. Lucian JIuzen passed! through Wilson cottage on Kingsley lake. I :Mrs. Arthur Crews of Rniford, is here :Mr. and :Mrs. 11. F. Tom- leaves besides a sorrowing husband Pine Hill.Mr .
\ 1, h'reIUlIIJuy: morning. Two watermelon) putties. were given the guest of her father, Mr. I U. B. ;inson. und several children, a host of friends *. Tyler has been, on th. i \ ]m
(I C. M. Andri-u visited Worthington/ last week, one ut the home of Butler Browning, this week. J. W. Townsend and family have returned to mourn her heath. but is better at this writ '''_

.) c Springs Tuesday.Mr. I Blanchard und, one at the Rhoden I Mr. and Mrs.' Edward Milliard and to their beautiful home at God of the Universe, who doeth all 111'Villie Fowler was ", i .., ft

'% T. 15. Kdwurds: made a business farm in the country. Both were at I.I :Mrs. Annie Gainey, of Vanderbilt, Orange :Springs.:'; things well, say not my will but thine Bell hint, ; Sunday.

tb' trip to Luke Butler Tuesday. I tentl"Jlnll( enjoyed by their pastor 1 1Evenden. \4 1 were visitors ut the home of :Mr. and, :Miss Allie Loughry, a very attractive be> don('. Miss Marguerite Shm,'r 'I'.rot|. ,
:Miss Junita Edwards, who has' and wife, the Rev. and :Mrs. Alfred :Mrs. I). I.. Phillips Sunday. noice of :Mrs. S. A. Draper, after part: of lust week out at th- I i ner.

P1 been visiting relatives und friends :Messrs. S. H. Thompson and R. spending several weeks in our little BROOK ER HEMS: sity of Florida, which .is ;at t t.ainei.villo. ; .

1 here left Tuesday for Lake Butler. Services were held last Sunday afternoon Supp of Jacksonville, spent Sunday city left :Monday afternoon for her .

ti Rev. B. C. Scarborough filli'd his at the Sax ton M. E. church ut their home here. homo in Shop Hill, Tenn.lIss: Many of the young folks attendedthe Mrs. :M. P. Mattheny 'pt.n't' t I m Sun.

regular appointment here Saturday and were largely attended. Rev. Alfred :Mr. D. B. Browning was a business I Loughry can number her friends by social given ut the home of :Mr. day with her sister :Mrs U.{ (...tllin,

;i and Sunday. )His son accompaniedhim. Kvenden is the preacher in visitor to Starke Tuesday. her acqaintances who regret very and :Mrs. J. I). Baxter last Saturday of Pine Hill.

. charge. Mrs. II. M. Hill ami children left much: to see her leave, and hope she evening.Mr. Mr. Johons, of Waldo. .t.i,im' out
& Cl1 There will begin u protracted meeting The young people are urged to bepr.scnt Monday for Wildwood, where they 'will make us another visit in the near Tom Baxter, of Jacksonville, town last Friday morning.
here, starting the third Sunday in goodly numbers at the Ep- will spend a week with relatives.Mrs. future. Is spending a few days here with his :Mr. Hewitt, of Lake But !br., l\1" B
b lk jught und will continue until the 4th worth League in Grace :M. E.: church, W. II. Norman and children :Miss !Mollye Thomas has given up parents. our town last Monday mornni'

Ic Ii :Sunday. All are invited to come. Lnwtey, Sunday evening at 8 o'clock returned to their home in Jacksonville her work in Jacksonville and her numerous :Messrs. Earl and Desmond] Dukes, Remeber services will Inh, >l | al
A sing was given at the home of sharp. It will be followed by a brief Saturday after spending several friends will be glad to know she of Dukes, were in our town last Sunday :Missionary Baptist church 'r">< v Sun.
k i rIranl Mrs. T. B. Edwards Sunday Gospel service with a short sermon by days here the guest of relatives.Mr. will be with us again at Duncan's afternoon.. day by the pastor, Rev :S.; :':. pre.

afternoon. Am..nthose presentwere. I the pastor. J. M. Norman was a visitor to store for an indefinite period. Air. and ;Mrs. II. Surrency, of Add, tor, of Lake Butler. Everjbody: /
I :Misses Cecil Reborn, Ellen Mrs. W. A. Barrett, of Ocala, has StarkA S.tturrlnv.- :Alma Vil-o-in Thnnuia.. who la fonch. Ga., spent the week-end here with rcl- cordially invited to attend these ser
,r: Lynn, Pearl Hunter, Blanche Andreu, been enjoying/ a couple' of weeks on Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were ing' ut Palestine- ,--spent h'i week-end- utives. vices.

', i Klmn and Ruby Edwards: Ruth nnd a pleasant visit to her mother, Mrs. business visitors to Lawtoy Friday.Mr. with homefolks.Mr. Mr. Colley Weeks, ot Santa Fe, was Mr. Elsie Clemons, of I'me Hill,
,i' I Georgia Nitwson; Messrs.! Seeber Edwards M. E Edwards. Mr. Barrett came over and Mrs. S. Futch visited relitives und! Mrs. C. M. Smith, of Providence a visitor here last Saturday.Mr. was a visitor here last !Monday

k :Mabru and Malcolm Harrell und spent Sunday with them and near Lawtey Sunday.Mr. was in our town Saturday attending : A. A. Haien and two daughters !Mr. P. Byrd, of near Graharr:, win
( ,: : Arthur Edward Sect Newsom andI Mrs. Barrett expects to leave for homeat S. H. Thompson and, daughter | to business. Ella Mue and Opal, were visit our town last :Monday.
Summer Andreu. The singing was the end of this week. Mrs. Sapp were shopping 'in Lawtey !Mrs. R. L. Black and children, of !ors to Alachua Wednesday. .

.' greatly rnjoyod. Mrs. J. 1>. Randall reports having Tuesday.Mr. Gainesville, spent the week-end with i I Mr. and :Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot and I HAMPTON
Miss Blanche Andreu was the guest had a very delightful time on her visit and Mrs. W. R. Reddish ofLnwtcy P. M. Padgett and family. I[daughter, Inez, and Mrs. H. C. Sur-
I of Miss Edna Baxter Saturday.Mr. i to Ocala where she met Braxton visited relatives here Sunday. :Mrs. E. Z. Loudholti and son, W. I rency, and ;Mr. Fred Hazen were visitors -j :Mrs. Kate Sparkman, ,c f Waldo,

I T. B. Edwards': Rev. B. C. Scarborough Beuchum, Floriad State Food Ad- E., spent several days very pleaantIly : I I to Worthington ]last Saturday i! spent the week-end here, guct nfnlativcs. .
q Seeber and Ruby Edwards, minstrutor, nnd iilso attended a conference RISING: ITEMS: in Jacksonville this week. I afternoon. .
Blanche attended food conservation. :Mrs. I : I :Mrs. V. L. of (
. nnd Andreu chuitl' on Littlo Miss Fudellu Stevens is I I. :Miss Van Cone is spending this Geiger, Ritta loftfoi
I at Itrooker Sunday night. Randall returned home on Friday. Rising July 16.-F. T. Norman ofVan.erbilt spending the week at Orange Springs::: j' week with relatives near Miller. I Tampa Tuesday after spending several .
Mr. C. 1 II Nowsom and lIiRt'rsIils: Leonard Sapp and family are now section visited A. L. Jackson the guest of !Miss Christine To.\11- ,I :Messrs. Seeber Edwards and Summer I days here the guest of hi.'r parenuMr. !
Ruth and Miss Alta and Clayton visited numbered among the many who have Friday afternoon. send. : and :Mrs. T. J. Durden
Andreu
l their
Mrs. C. !M. Andreu Saturday. moved to Jacksonville. Mr. accompanied hy I :Miss Audrey Johns, of Stario .
I Richard! Bennett and family :Mrs.; Wilks of Jacksonville, is the 'sisters Misses Blanche Andreu and ipnt
Last. Friday night Mrs. C. II. New- Magazines are wanted for the soldiers of several days here during thi veil,
near Lnwtey visited at the homesof guest of :,11'''. U. W. liorum this week.fhs. Uuby Edwards, of Old Bradford attended
I fiome'.s baby was taken seriously ill. in Camp Johnston. Those who J. E. Johnson and :Scott: Alvure* I church I the guest of :Miss Madge :MidillctorKev. \ <
here last
;.- I Dr.) Citrnfoot was culled und noon had have them to tpure are asked to leave from Friday until Sunday. Jennings Dupreo, of Worthington Sunday even : II. E. Ridenouer. of (;U1n60

I ,t, I her resting better. thom just insile, Grace :M. K.: churchor A. L. and J. S. Jackson, who recently with her:Springs:'; mother, spent the week-end I ing.Mr.. Elton Baxter I ville was a pleasant visitor here ot
I Miss Em; nut t'hesser, of Alachuu, ut the parsonage/ or at ;Mr. Burt's wont to Jacksonville to work for 'I Mrs. S. B. Stevens. accompanied by :Monday.
",t i is visiting. her cousin, Miss Blanche clock antI furniture und) shop repairing the Traction Co., returned to their :Miss Pearl Hunter is visiting her I I ;Misses Thelma Ward. and Ruby Crosby -I, Prof. R. A. Green, of Stark mnt
, aunt, :Mrs. iSuircncy at motored to Worthington last
; Andreu this woek.Mr. establishment and the Rev. Alfred homes last week. Worthington Saturday Tuesday here, the guest of frlf 111'

s : :Mark Olcmmons, of Pine Hill, Kvenden; will see that the soldier Mrs. Sim Kelly and :Mrs. Roy Roberts Springs. I I afternoon. I ;Mrs. Jessie Rodgers, of Ft Pierce,
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Miss Clara.larkiHe Mr. L. II.
: them. : of Jacksonville I. Surrency is on the sick
attended church here boys get
I Sunday.
,- are expected toO some time list this is the !guest of relatives hen/'
Miss Ruby und Elma Edwards Mrs Butler Blanchurd received I a spent the week with Mrs. L. A. week.
t were this week to n hospital in Jacksonville Charles Peoples, who spent the past
Duncan.Dr. Mr. Frank
guests! of :Miss Blanche Anlreu Sun- telegram! on Monday, conveying the for medical treatment. Mrs. Clemmons of Pine Hill, week in Georgia, returned ",.nday.
P and :Mrs. I' D. Bullard and sister was in our town after 1
day evening sad news that her oldest{ sister !Mrs Roberts will be remembered in this Sunday accompanied by his bridi t" whom
- T. J. Rogers whom frhe had visited i Miss Bullard, who are tempora. noon.
section as Miss Eva Crews, and we I he was quietly married ,!lur, '''if Iii
L.Y-; rily located at :Mr. Fred
Lulu l Hazen
the previous week, had passed were business accompanied by '. '.
away hope they will soon be home again visit to Georgia. Mrs. M p Sal
Mrs. Rogers was a resident of Putnam I visitors in Lake Butler Thursday.Miss :Miss Willie :Mac Nubb, spent Sunday ,
lt:4r: : ninth improved.Sim : I formerly :Miss Texas Knight, >i' Mill-
1.awtey, July) li.(; -:Mrs. I R. M. Prcatt Hall and had been seriously ill Kelly visited A. L. Jackson on I, Allie Andrews left Saturday afternoon at Worthington :Springs. town, Ga. The young people, of
': I \ und son, Carl were visitors;. to for some timo. The sympathy of the Sunday afternoon. morning/ for a week or ten days visit :Miss I Bernice Parker, ut LaCrosse, Hampton assured them of .11 rid

Stm'ke the first part of the week.Or. community goes out to Mrs. Blnnchun Robert Norman went to Jackson 1 I with in Jacksonville.Miss her sister, Mrs. Vasco Dowling, who has been visiting relatives here, welcome with an old-fashIOn ..'**

J. C. %Wills of Stark wa a on nccount of her bereavement nnd to ville Wednesday to procure a position.Mr. . : spent last week with relatives at .idc Tuesday night.L. .
professional visitor to Lawtey Fri the husband who is left with five ; and Mrs. J. E.: Norman visited Mae :\JicKincYr-'ho is teaching Pine Hill. il U. Ross left Tuesday .Ift!, "<, 01
day. children to mourn the loss of good at Graham, spent the week-end :Mr. and :Mrs. G. 11. CoUon .
a / O. B. Sweat nnd daughter/ Miss Ida with and son for Dunnellon where he han I' 51-
; Mrs.l I Dora TIHOII. und son, from Rni- wife arid l mother. Sunday afternoon. home folks. Hos ie, and :Mr. and :Mrs. L. llodgc signed aa relief section fonmi.i'

J ford were gni'st. Sund.iv lit the homeof Five.O'K/ anil five girls report that Mrs J. I). Moore and children, also ;Mrs. J. :M. Gilbert and daughter, of und little daught'rIildred: and :Miss .J. 1(. Dldmgs, of Gam.." .Mil. cal!
:Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Hvrd. Clara :May Sheppard, gave a watermelon Elvn Letnnd, Rosa Mao Norman visited W.High II.Springs, was the guest of Mrs. Thelma Waid spent Sunday after looking after business hen' '!'nr, |
/ Dr. Jesse Conroy and mother, of rutting on ;\lonIIIY.fr' at the home of O. 11.) Sweat Sun- Stewart last week. noon at Worthington Springs. the week.
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( Mr.
Mndinon! were visitors. to Lawtey on :\ and :Mrs. Dye, of Jacksonville and Mrs. I. W. Touchton of :Mrs. J. L. Currency and children The friends of ;MiVinn

, Sunday. They were vnrnute to !Mid were welcome visitors nt the home of day.Mr.! O. J. Jackson and. family and Hilldreth;Mrs. visited :\11:. Touchton'a sister and :Mr. II. C. Sunency spent last Ilodges-Nabb many who ha been 1'T'
H. F. I
dlelHll'g. wheie they will vifit rela their pai-6nts. :Mr. and :Mrs. A. :M Mrs. J. S. Jackson visited! the homeof Tomlinson. this week. Sunday with relatives at Pine Hill. ill. are glad.1 to know that sh. i- Iud
; 11 tives. Blanc'mini last Sunday.Mr. :Mr. and :Mrs. Lige '{ite in the Enterprise :Mis. J. I U. Gainey und daughter, I.ittleIary: :Shaw:; spent last week I hotter nt this writing

:Miss L. Loadholtz visited in Jacksonville .1. II.: Brown left for n trio to section Sunday.. ;Maude, spent. the week-end with Mrs. at 'orthing'ton. the -u-iiont u1 __.. -r.r. .lm....,. I I :\11'_ anllI, a_ T.an Mnmprf .... "I
I I th(' first pint ol the week.Mrs. Jacksonville on Tuesday returning We have a few cotton fields) in this i.amey's parents at Worthington Mary Francis, Cochrun. jofJiPto';; -,"but'u, ;< ,,I *

: l'huilc Dinkins. wns a visitor to l.a wtey Wednesday afternoon. section in spite of the Lull weevil I Springs. :Mr. and :\11'''. 1'. Colson and chil Ohio, are the proud l pm-pnth\ "f '*'
) to Jacksonville! lust Huturd.I)'. :Mrs. Chas. Dinkins accompanied by that look prosperous, especially the The Sunday School of Lake Butler dren of Pine Hill were in our town pound boy born June 30th

;Mrs. Josephine Sapp of Raiford, is her son, Lawrence, )left on Tuesdayfor fi'lds'h're the forms have been enjoyed a union picnic at Worthington last Sunday afternoon. | B. S. :McCain, of Jasp<,r. ,\..- .halting -
II visitor. nt t the home of her daughter Jacksonville, whore they will picked up. There were some fine Springs last Wednesday. Misses: Daisy Lewis nnd Bessie hands, with friends here :Sunt.ivJlr. '
d; ;Mrs. II. Bennett. spend n week visiting relatives and corn crops made in this !section this :Mr. und :Mrs. W. C. Townsend are Cone, of near here were in our town : and Mrs. N. T. King.! "If :,tarlft
v,,.. H'v.V.. I.. Ovei'street Idled his regular ;leniN.' year. spending, some time at Salt Springs. shopping/ last Monday rooming. .I attended church services here *i..ndV
I monthly uppoitment at t"p1"- Miss Polly Ann Redding" has recovered Fodder-pulling, is the order of the We regret to learn that Mr. L. A. ;Mr. J. L. Surrency left Saturday for I Robert W. Jones, of Bell 'pent
( liui; Baptist lunch last Saturday from her recent illness and is day now. Duncan, who is in :Madison taking Plant City where he has accepted a I I I Monday: here the, guest of friend

and Sunday. now convalescing on n visit to the Mr. Jim !Mecloneghan, of Jacksonville X-ray treatment from Dr. Yates, is position with the Warnell Lumber Co. '. :Mr.: Jones was formerly clerk ir the
Miss )Dora .Johnson. of Raiford, home of her n'i('('. :Mrs. Chas. Sapp. was culled to the bedside of his not much improvnl. But we hope he His family expects to go some time' union depot here.
( Mpent several days last week end this :Mr. John Kersey, of Clay county : wife :Monday of !last week and he may have a speedy recovery. soon to reside in that city. I .- -
.It lit the home of :Mr nnd Airs. J. C. msseil through Lavvtey on Wodnes- stayed until Monday, when he returned :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek, of Starke, ;Mr. Henry Bullard of ;Mayo spent I i C\RI OF THANKS:
r Myrd. lay in an automobile accompanied by were business visitors here last Sat the week-end wth his sister. :Mrs. '
to his work, ;Mrs. :McClenoghiinjeing Kindly allow us:' space to i-xpwj
r Mrs. llattie Black of Wuteroak, his son Lehman, who hal! been called much improved. I urday. B. Surrency of near here. A'I' our thanks to the good! t""p'" '"
\ spent' several days last week nt tho for examination at Green COVe Springs :Miss Jessie :Mae Baisden has been :Mrs. J. B. Alford returned home last ;Mr. W. Harrcll of Old Hrndford., Hampton for the sympathy kmnnei'
I; \ home of :Mr. and :Mrs. Jesse Reddish.Mrs on Friday. They were returning from week after spending some time withrelatives was in our town last Friday afternoon. anil shown to lu"nK <""'
courtesy us
,. ; .1. K.: Byrd and children of Levy county' where Lehman has boon ust visiting relatives at Rising for the in Albany, Ga. Messrs. L. demons and Guy Pin-1 recent bereavement we also thank

I, near I.ukc) Butler were guosts of :Mr. wOI'.inJr.11': Kersey's other ton, her home two weeks.Starke.She left Tuesday for :Mr nnd :Mrs. Joe Crews, of Guilford holster motored to Woithington on J! our friends: for the; beauti'!' I dial'
i& nnd :Mr.1.. C n settlement, were business Sunday afternoon. '
Byrd the first part of Lloyd enlisted. over n year ago. visit- offering and the Woodman C "-I I" lnl
tho vveok Misses Chester Alvarez, Jessie :Mae ois here Saturday.Miss :Mr. II. C. i i1 .
I :Mayor Torodo, ot Lawtey was !seen Raisden Surrency and little grandson i I the Woodmen of the World 'hf"expression
and Thelma Alvarez visitedMiss :
Fheoiunn'.. Christian Temperance out in the sunshine Wednesday. This :Mabel Blair, cf Providence, II. D., spent last Wednesday. in of
: ; :Marguerite: Kelley Sunday nf- was the of Miss / LnCrosse. sympathy.
Union nut at the homn of ;Mrs. was his first time out-doors since his tl'rnooll.: this guest ; Lottie Stokes 'I Respectfully,

:M. n. IMwaids; Wednesday of last icrident si.\ weeks ago and every.body A nnund nurtv trivon the week. The stork visited the home of :Mr. :Mrs. M. L. Rawlcv_ .__
was at :Airs.
I week. Sllrrpnpv_ _ f\f__ \lf\un.. and :Mrs.
n' Roy ...
Godwin
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glad to him 1) RaW1'
was see progressing home of :Mr.: nnd :Mrs. A. B.: Alvareznst Springs '''uay Mr. and Mrs. R.
L Mrs. .1. D. Kiinilall( was a business was the guest of her sister evening, leaving them fine
so favorublj. a girl. S -
., visitor. in Jacksonville! Monday: last. e--- Friday night in honor of their :Mrs. C. L. Hunter, last Saturday. i i Mr. F. Colson, of Pine Hill [
was in II. MITCHELL:
) :
IlU'stIills: Jessie Bnisden. of Mrs. '
May" R. C. Davis
The three W'_. or Willing War and children spent our town last Sunday
CI.11I1.1.. :NiW: visiting relutlV
;
I :: tark< After playing delightful lasth'ek -
many with
Workers relatives in
met at the parlonalCe.1 Waldo. all-wl>*fI
I nesday afternoon under leadership /games, supper was served on a : :-Mrs. Walter L. Bassett visited in :6A.Mr.. King of Gainesville I Whereas it has pleased our our
ot Mrs. Alfred Evenden to do their bit Clay Hill, July IT: -:Mllattie large veranda. A great number of Jacksonville last week. | our town last Wednesday. was in Heavenly Father to take from estl'tmed
toward the winning of the :Moseley was the guest of :Miss Ida boys and girls enjoyed the evening. We have as our new operator tosucceed Mr. Langhart, of I Camp anti association our !
war. LaCross I member
and) Carrie Starling Sunday evening.Mr. Those present wcreIisses: : -Jessie Mr. Coleman. was in Sovereign P. D. Mitchell, a
Mr. C. our town last '
The Rev. p. ;M. Riggs' of Stnrke : Luoie and Bryant Carter were :Mae Baitden, Chester Alvarez, :Marguerite We are glad to welcome H. Lawrence :Mr. Jim :Monday morning of All Friend's Camp No. 1H8V. : ,'' the

0 was a visitor in Lawtey on Wcdnesilay visitors to :Mr. W. A. Starling's Sun- Kelley Julia Alvarez, Inez and :Mrs. Lawrence to Mr. 'in. Reynolds of Graham, was I \ O. '\'., Starke, Florida, and
our little our town last
anti in the evening preached in day. Effie city, Tuesday. Whereas, the loss of the cotnradrt'P!'
laislop
Edmonsnn.
Elma Johnson and they will be at homo 1\Irs. I
for the XW.
the Baptist church.Mr. Miss :Mamie Prescott andlin: Louise Hailsop Thelmn Alvarez, at Mr. and :MM. present -' ; inholtfter and Miss and association of our esteemed ev'
A. Thelma
L. A. Davis, formerly the principal C. Strick. Ward and ;Mrs. M. I' :Jlatt- missed >h>> UJl
Pearl Padgett were guest of :Mrs. teeba Haislop and Aliene Halslop; land's. heny i ereign is so greatly
of the school at Truhy Spring- B : Sunday. :Messrs. Thomas and children motored to Pine therefore be it ,
MoHeley Roy Wiley Edmon- Members: Red Cross .Hill
I I boarded the northbound train Saturday :Mrs. f;. 11. Carter nn.111'; Nelson son, Raymond Oliver, Freeman Crosby know that material for will be glad to Mr.last Joe Thursday afternoon. I I Resolved!, by All Friends, Camp :>(*

J with o pas from the postal inspector Prescott made a business trip to Jack- Harley Thomas, Oscar Crosby, arrived. the work has I through Warren, of Clayno, passed 138, W. O. W., of Starke, Florida, that

I at .Jacksonville admitting him sonvtllo last Thursday.Mr. larold Cumings Levy Norman Raymond Rev. L. A. Raw Is ; | Intr. out town last Sunday oiornI I i in the death of Sovereign D. P :slltj:
I to the mail car for service. Thus Mr. ; S. J. I'ftJonday to I ell have and honor
we lost
Starling was shopping in Alvarez, Tulley Norman, Ray- visit his parents in West I Mr. | a belovd
Davis. now become a railway mail Highland Saturday.Canning mond Crosby, Tate Alvarez, Odis Brother Rawls will Florida. \ilte Smiley Pmholster, of Gaines. '1 brother and member, and wi' takl
clerk on the Tampa division of the fruit is the order of the Jonhson, Cap Thomas, Floyd Crosby, time. consequently there he away will some J I afternoon., was a visitor here last Sunday i this solmen opportunity to PII> tl'lb-
4l Seaboard Air Line and his friends are day. be no :I syrn-
Charley Alvarez and ute to his and that our
.
others.At
many preaching at the memory;
_ _ Baptist church I I Messrs. A. A. I
wishing him his next and G.
: success in now posi- -------. a late hour the all departed, tell- Sunday. i l were in Starke W. Hazen pahty goes out to the bereaved fal wand
tion.The \NDKRBILT;; : :NEWS ng their hostess and guest they had Last first Sunday afternoon !' last :Monday after friends of our fellow-Soverei,
.
Lndics Aid Socletv of C.raccM. hud a delightful time. we noon.Mr. and that these Resolutions be 'tte,
K.: church hold their semi; monthly Vanilerhilt. July l .-There, will be S gnnized tist church a Sunbeam and :Mrs.Band at the or'l'I dren and :Mrs. A. B. Shaw and 1' upon our minutes, a copy transmlttby "

I meeting at the home of :Mrs. J. T. Sunday School at Emmanuel: Sunday HEILBRON'.VHeilbronn : :Airs. J. H. L. A. Rawl! and ,' were visitors to :\Ianteocha last' our Sovereign Clerk to his !arn"'
Moore on Thursday of last week. The afternoon at :II 1 o'clock. Everybody invited Scarborough were elected Sunday. and a the Editor of t1 I
eaders.Mrs. I I Dr. copy given to
W.
devotional und business sessions were to attend. E. :Middlcton! of Hampton I for PUb*
July 17-\11'11.: Alice F. : A. S. Bradford County Telegraph
FraUni' of was in
held on the porch after which at the Rev. I.arrimorp l finished his revival Smith and little Hoke of DeFun- Jacksonville\ our tOWn last Thursdar .fter. lication. ,
t son attended the i
.. Invitation of the hostess the funeral of :Mrs. C. J. noon. I **
company meeting nt Vanderbilt church uk of
Baptist Springs are spending n few days Knight last I Ir. Passed in regular meeting
Monday ;\( .
.
, 1 adjourned to the lovely :Moore(' apartments Friday night. with afternoon. Vernon Edwards, of Stars'--
I
her brother, Prof. L. A. Davis, of :.Mrs. L. C. Taylor ford Old Brad- Friend's Camp No. 138 at
in the hotel where delicious refreshments :Mrs. R. :M. Alvarez of attended church here
and little daughter leilbronn Springs. was called to the bedside Jacksonville'l evening.Mr. last Sunday !I Florida, June 14th, 1918.
were served and a very Edna. were shopping> in Starke The
entire W. E. Davis tract of fine ther :Mrs. C. .
; delightful social hour Toward J. Knight, last Sunday, i ; Seeb Newsom &
pent. Friday.Mr. of Pme
timbers Hill pork
nt Heilbronn farms are to be arriving Just few in was I I "Potatoes and peanuts and
l sundown the company separated pro : N. T. Ritch and family ami Miss! worked up loon by a Jacksonville concern mother passed a hours before our town last Sunday! afternoon. I more important to the world than po '

II fuse in thanks to their charming hostess Alien Reynolds were visitors. to the the mill being erected on the :Mrs. Fannie away.Faile Is hel'l Newgom'Irs. C. Newsome and Miss Ruth itics and powder and poison" '"''
for having aa royally entertained meeting Thursday night. viaiting of Pine Hill Mclw*
: i south side near the Starke and Sand- ives in Orange Park. were in our Commissioner of Agriculture
them. ......,.:.' ". : I Rev. K. D. Jones filled hi$ regular I raon road. Mr.: Carl Alderman left town Mrs.last Friday afternoon :I in another plea for the raising of n..r.
I last Sat- J L. T. Osteen who
has
been on .food cropa in Florida.

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