Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 26, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
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VOLUME 40.

.. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY., JULY 26., igig. ." ..- .-.. .-..--.-.. .

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PAYS PENALTY + 4: GERMAN SUB.APPEARS + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + '
COMMITTEES
+ FIRST COTTON: (I-' .SEASON: / + + AGRICUL rURAL
+ + + RKAL: ADVKItritfINK; : (

FOR MURDEROF + Tuesday Griffin & Johns purchased + i + --
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+ ,} the> first short cotton of + OFF APPOINTED 4TH + In remitting for an advertisement I .

+ the season' from C. A Mixon of + + in the Telegraph, Mr. R. S. 4: SCHOOL WILL
+ Starke paying :U5! cents per + + Humphrey writes us tho follow- : .

MRS. HESSLAST + pound for same. This lot consisted + + ing note: *>. H
+ of J'j pounds and was of + : MASS. COAST LIBERTY LOAN + "The farm is sold and the ads) '1

+ good quality :Messis.' Jnllin & + + vvertisement in tho Telegraph' ; OPEN SEPT. 2

+ Johns will install a shoit cotton + i __ ._ + sold! it. Li-t mo advIse others 4
CHAPTER ALABAMA + gin for handling\ the short cotton s> + who want to sell farms told- 4
+ i if the crop is >sufficiently large + LONG BOAT WITH TWO FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN TO vertigo what they haveifor ,ml,'. *

MURDER CASE CLOSED + to warrant the installation. However / + BARGES IN TOW SUNK BE + Ho not just say 'Harm For 4 I CHAS. E. p iJEWILL
+ they will (Iain the market + FLOATED IN FALL + Sale,' but aIM,) tc-B witht < HAVE

.ALBERT SANDKRSE.T:! ; TO + for the cotton if they do not + + you have und if I it is CHARGE OF SCHOOL
+ St'.NQ: VESSELS 11SIIILI.: PIKE IIRADFORI) ( !: +
CALLOUS PROTESTING; equip for ginning + 'OliT"'SI.1.rr- in Bradford county you viII onn s) I.\I.
illS 4 + AF'IRR I1RISG: THREE: : 1ORrni \l ENT WILL UK HETWEEN: + find a buyer for wo have giant + Boys I FltOM I I I MNK COUNTIES I '

INNOCENCE/ / ; CRIME + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 >t>is $150,000) () AND/ 200000. ++ lands and" a !good papcfr to adI. '\\"KLK: : \ K,\Us OF AGE: CAN
vertiso In. >

The following press dispatch will ('OUN'I'COMMlSSloNEs: :: : | Orleans :Mass.. July 21.-A German Unofficial information is to the effect + this note :Mr. UumplireyKhows j sIn +: IN: '!i'Kit rums: '1
with interest 4
he, read the brutal murder by of those Mrs.who Julia recall :MIT: ON/ 'ITI--U.\::: "'. submarine attacked the tug Perth that the fourth liberty loan bom + secret of that ho has discoferutl the +l: County Superintendent Popped has) Cseciit't'ii
issue will good advertising, which + ,
of be
Amboy, flouted
;Mat Ileus of Starke the Lehigh Valley railroad in October or + is \ tho services. of I'mf. Chas
at
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Mobile Ala. to give details about the
( thing i>
The board land her four barges) three miles otl November It is undestood that this
of K.;
in May 1917Alobilo : county commissioners I + that is be'ing udvvrtiKoclvand' the .l. Pope' of Baton Rouge, Iji, to tako ,m.
this town the issue will be for
on southeastern elbowof right billion dollars
Ma., July 10! \lbert Sanders met Tuesday in n special mel'tillj.(01'\ + price nt which it will 'bo sold. H charge of tho Vocational Agricultural
a negro was handed today for the adoption! of the budget\ of estimates Cape Cod at 10H:: ( a. m. today Tht'onesid(1 Preparations for tho campaign are alicacly + Nothing should bet left unsaici H school ill Staiko. Stark secured thnJl'ri'ultllrnl .

the murder of :Mrs. Julia May Hess of of receipts and disbursements ( battle lusted one hour and a in progress. From such information + that will give tho j interested + school Tor this district
Fulton Ala., in :May 1017.! Sanders for the fiscal year and after amendment !I I half. The tug was burned to the water's a" is now at hand it seems + reader information. li'his is" last year vlie-ii the State Vocational
of several I funds the budget edge by shell fire, while tho probable that Bnulford county'a allotment + Education: Board .Helected K
went to his death protesting his inno- : ns \\hat we have been Bradfoid
+
-c'lue and that Fisher Hiooks, who printed in the Telegraph! of July fith, barges I.ansford und No. 71111.( i N(). 403 of I the fourth loan will be be Staiko; business preifching f.ljr to + county as the e'nteiof' the ,Ii..tri..t.nncl JWi
already hud been hanged for the I was adopted by the board with the and No. 7 to were sunk by gunfire. tween $150,000 and 0.000.! () + but till small town men merchant years is, + t tnu Bradford County I High I School

:crime, alone was guilty. following amendments: |I The barges were bound from Gloucester The campaign committee for the + prone to consider advermirjtr .# its being tho best equipped mhool andnlToiding

:Mrs. Hess! came to :Mobile from Fulton Appreciation for the county agricultural for New York and only one was county has already been *appointed + a sort of secemdary feature| as of + bolter facilities for the suc ,t'

Ala., en' route to Sturkc Pin., to agent educed i from Jl.JIHI:! to loaded her cargo (consisting: of stone. This time there will be II sub-commit + business mnnagemeiit\' + ('"sllfl1ll'lIrryllllt' on of th work. Thesesellouts 4

visit her mother. Having to change! $(00. |I Of the forty-one persons (minding tee in each voting pieeinct\ of the + orally he ",iv1j'r)" little time Iron- + are establishes! under an act

trains and depots here anders took Appropriation for county (canning\' three women and live children on count and each precinct will be given + or, thought to it. Ho/ is generally + of c-ongiess of February\ : 1017 "An :
her in a taxicab to a hotel promising domonstiator icduccd from $S7.> to board three men-dipt Charles) A ins- an. allotment. This allotment will not + satisfied to lay daim to + 'net to puivide for this promotion of '1

to return for her at midnight In- ) $500. lie, .of the. _Lnnsford! and John BotoMtcli be made until the allotment for the + having "the biggest stock In the 4 vocational education."
toad, he sent Brooks another chauffeur - Appropnation for county fair re>- ami jonn v'itz, Austrian members county has been rermved. + county at the I lowest .possible 4 The pur-pone of this school is to prepare *
:Mrs. Hess mutilated body was (elueed $1,01)0( ) to $:!llIO.()< of the tug\ crew were wounded. The committee hus been appointed + prlci-B," or woriU to that effect. + boys for a better. knowledge of

found in Chicknsaboguc: a few days $:.i(>0 apropriution for incidental expenses I| Botoviteh will probably lose an arm. as follows: 4 'Ihis serves to keep! tho meri fanning nnd nil boys, twelve yearsof

later Brooks at first implicated Sanders county agent stricken out. I Vitz had one hand blown off.' These E. Matthews: county chairman; 4 hunts name before the public + ago and over from, Bradford Baker.

but later confessed and went to $;:iOO appropriation for employment two were sent to a hospital in Roston.I H. J. Stewart, of Lake Butler, vice- + nnd. to that extent I ill good but +, Clay lIuvul.III'hull., Putnam St. i,
the gallows protesting that he alone of county attorney stricken out. I Capt Amslie was wounded in both chilirnian ; A. 7.. Adkins publicity it i is not like going{ into details +. Johns, Nassau ami. Columbia counties
wns'. guilty. Contingency fund raised from $1000to arms by t-hrapnel.. manager; 1>. K.: Knight speakers + with the prospective customer + are eligible to enter this school without .

From an issue of the Telegraph of: 1500. i| The attack was witnessed by large chairman.Starke 4 and. giving him a bill of purlieuH + rharge. All the expense pupils ;

June 1, 1917, we give' the following extracts Total appropriated for general fund i crowds> of natives and a number of --N. T. Ritch chairman; C. Inrs. In his advertising thet mer- + attending this IIt'hoolViii be put
concerning the crime: $11\.5-1.\ I visitors who had flocked to the cape P. Gunn A. M. Durbv, G. C. Living- + chant should tell! the prenpe'ctlve + will I I bu heir boanl and Incidental to'i' !

The body was> found floating/ on th<, The board( after revising the budget for the weok-ond seeking relief from I stin, J.M. Alvurtz J.I\I.l\-lih'hell.I It.A. + customer' the things h- would + penses. : -
sUI'fRf, the water by a soldier or as stated above, levied the following the heat wave All accounts agreed Weeks<< F I". Stump Sam Rosenberg 4! say to him in a face to face talk. + Prof. Pope' will arrive in Starku \ . ,
guard at a railway bridge spanningthe millugc for the use of the several that the submarine's shooting was N. Sternberg Miss Margaret Burleigh, + That is real advertising. s> August !Uth to prepare for his duties ,

creek and was immediately carried funds> as follow! : very bad. Her! torpedo work was no Jos. Wilson: J. K. l Davis. + + 1 and the school will probably open ,
to the undertaking establishment mills better." According to Capt. Ainslie of Lake Butler-G.W.Aldermanchair- + + + + + f + + + + + + fs + 4. when the Bradford County School

where it was identified by the house General Fund __ __ __U h_ _ --.I'* the Lancfortl she launched three torpedoes man, A. C. Strickland, C. J. Knight opens for its IU1H-I! t -rm, the first '

detctive of the hotel at which Mrs Road und IJridge Fund --------5% I !' at the tug anil all went wild. R. J. Andrews L. A. Duncan. J. W. K1VATK KLISIIAILKINSON: : / I'I Monday in September. lie will workin J

Hess had stopped from <1:30!:: ( oclock Outstanding Indebtedness I Fund4 I The attack occurred'only it few I Townsend, !M I. McKinney, John (; I.'I'S: 2.*.\' -:,\It : / : : conjunction with Prof. S. S. Dowling p
Sunday night until 2 o'clock :Monday School Fund -----------------7 miles from the naval aviation station Croft, I hr. J. K.: Maines. -- St:1I'f.FNCrj j principal of the High School. Any ..

morning.. At the time he identifier I at Chatham. Three seaplanes attacked L wte>y-W. I". (Godwin chairman" ; Private MliHha: Wilkinson of Max- boy of twelve and ubove attending\ t '
the the Ttotal hU _h u. _-- ___13'n: with Rear L. H. K.: school in Starke can take tho course i
body at undertaking establishment bombs ccordmg/ to Suencer Hill W. Teredo. J. C. Byrd ville WillS sentenced Thursday to
he gave the authorities the This makes a reduction in millageof S. Wood commander of the First Enoch trims.RaifordA.. cr\o! 25 years! in the disciplinary, tmr-, in ngrlciiltiir along with his otherxtudies. :

Jacksonville address and they at once i mills for the county making a naval district. The tire was returned Andrews, chairman ; racks; tit Tort r.rllvcIlWOt"tlKnns"\ ", Periods for this work will ! .
communicated with !Mrs. Hess1 rela- total of three nulls> reduction including keeping the planes high./ Finally Ore. O. Jacobs R. II. Weaver T. H.Hundley. for clfHortmn. I His iientsn'l was !I" provided by the two, principals. In j I
tives there. From Jacksonville Mr. the one mill state tax. however the U-boat submerged and S. H. Blitch. at Camp \Vheeler Tuesday and npiroved addition to !getting his education nt s

Hess> was notified by wire of the tragedy .\ drainage tux of :MOc) per acre. was last observed heading south. Hamptorr-W. G. Seals dinirmnn; he will bo carried to Fort leaven-! one of the best High\' School in the
and went from Fulton by auto was levied for the year 1!>18 on lands i: Tonight the tug was still flout and .L\'. Jones, A. J. Nim.mo. W. 1). Alex- worth immt-diuteily. iDKA'III State, any hoy in the embraced in the I* Iff* 111 Kid I lirtuiltiilivfi f\f liitn ,
East Marke Damage I ui ft mobile to !Mobile. He at ----- -- --- m.n
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once recognized '
I :
} the body as that of his wife. District. _ (Continued on Page 4.) (Continued on Page\ 4.) 01W.. II. IINOERII/ ILL I farming Tln methods.of J '
-- course study for vocational .
Mrs Hess left Fulton afternoon ,
Sunday .
- --- jngnriiltmal, eli-partnie-iit.s, will consistcif 1 t,
and was instructed to go toa IIL'MPIIKiFARM: : :SOLD: :Mr, William Hardy Underbill, oniof, not less than I Iwo nor more than ,
hotel on l'ea'hinIohile; at (i3Oo'clock :: ) the boat known citl/ens of this settiin.tlit'i .
four work 'III) mi mil I of
venrH lily
and remain there until time for R. S. Humphiey has sold! his 100-) nt his [hun\(' four mile's west of ; CM a e..
%% hii'hi t illl.' shall lie ili-votrd ,. h)
her train. which would K>ax <' at :2i!::!IO( acre farm three miles north of Ktarke ii Our Boys, Over Here & Over There I !Starko. Sunday afteliioon. July \2 l ltl. yi-nr to j iMHtrnition. I in v"ltionllllleri tie ,

thi next morning. She followed these to Lacy K. Kdwaids, the consideration I lit i It; o'elock ;ultiin- plus an equivalent amount inpriu .
instructions and went to the Hotel St being ; :Mr .
\ Sli.OOO. Humphrey began :Ml. llnclcihill siiire-rc-d, from heiut, 'tire, i including i HUiervi
---- i | ciI projects
Andrew leaving call for l'lO: a. m., I advertising this property for sale in I tieiulil'' mid fen" Homo months had loin and .
She left the hotel about :i! o'clock' andwai the Telegraph on July Uth and sold I'I'I Thomas has received n card] Se\icr to "A. E.: F, VIM New York": ill failing health' but foi, several days HKiicnltiireand, Htiidv and griu-ral j'rJ.'eta.Ii .illlltrH'tiun in .j

never :seen again. except by the I it on the 2Uth. He says the hdvcrtlacment son J. K Thomas announcing Chili. Carter, R. It. (:rstlis, Fred Guy; prior to Iii ii ilonlh ho had )been feeling\ 'I I'm: pupil. will I be required ti> 1 I

person or persons> who cut her throat had brought\ him several his >safe arrival in France. Jones, Wilson ItryanMr unusually well I Ho I died! suddenlywhile spend/ nt least. .MIX months/ I time, or 4I il
and cast Vei body into the reeU, until but that :Mr. Kd- I : and Mrs John ofHiooker '
irohpectivc buyers Adam T. Sapp and I Carlo Gordonand Shiivcr Mlttll1K11 a chair on the front 1 thi> port inn of it '''''-''HMary for the t
th followinp Thursday moining wh,'n wards was the first to /get ready to Nelvev .Johns, of Kniford, are in received a le-tte-r from thiirHOII verancln At Ihet time ho was slricki-n, completion of it i in n satisfactory' '

the body wa ; found. clohe 11 dual and that he got the prop Camp Upton, Brooklyn. N. Y. Lewis. who is stationed "Some he was attended t only by a little. grandHOII. mliii limier. Oil a delimlo, project or 1
On reaching !Mobil :Mrs. Hess was where in Frnn'.'.." He says. that heis 'I'he- ,'Im mlii! notieicl him gasping I i I Six months of prolirt.s
driven to the hotel by Alher': Sunders erty.Mr. Edwards is a well known young I: Ben Altman of Raiford, left Friday getting along tine. I lewis has II for I breath nnd run i into the- house to will be required supervised of earl pupil.practice
'
a negro She: instructed Sanders to farmer of this section and will no for Charleston, S. C., where he host of friends, and l relatives in thH summon ;Mrs. Undcihtl!I. !Sheburned, to I 'ih is work will I I I I In- carried aim on small I'
call for her at 2 o'clock the following doubt make a success of the splendid, I ,is training in the navy. community who are- triad to hear that his i. side, but hebn I alhed I his last pints of ground in Stark near the 1

nimnintr On the pretext of fearing property he hUll just acquired. :Mr. Joe Pool of Sapp who has been heis getting along HO well almost instantly after .she readied I High I School huil '
arii-H if ii.me inf"Il'tion" of the traf- .-- (enjoying a furlough hits returned to A li'tier was re-eoivoel Iyll's.: A. II him. convenient, to both! t/II.h'r and pupil .

';L, ordm:ine of the (city he did not I COLLIDES: Will! AU10MOIULE( ,duty at 'amp Jackson. Shaw, of 15re>okor, sister, of Arthur :Mr. Undc-rhill, I was. a native of lirnd- \v he"ri' (hit. pupil I I liv,'" within i II IPIIHnnnblo :
call, I IniI'nt' F*,hoi Uroolo. another I : is (elon who I i..i stationed at Camp ford ceiunty lining a Non of the Into distance. of I hat Kcluml building -
J. Morgan
negro elr'vrr' to i 'I fl.: :'-v ;Mrs lle-ts to Sergeant Darby now Jackson stating that he is not in the. Wm Unck-rliill I I, who died i I a few yearn hi will be allowed to hnvr his
stationed at St. Paul ;Minn for advanced plot
:
tht Clyde Mott, delivery boy for Mitch- -
station I I Ho born. tho
UnderbillhomoHtutid )
ago was on
ho'-pital I now but is nut11,1" to I be I atraining. lit .
r'isher brooks, on be-in nrresrecl H's Drug Store had u narrow escape of St.! I'aul.training in the! aviation school Ho also writes. that he lit now owned! by Neal Hrew, Thi'Si'juinie ,projects will bo. under diicctsupi \j.\,
told a story about her instructing him Saturday night when he cut across I and, hud his entire life in that
much better and his ft'lends spent (
( many \ arc 'I rvi 4 inn of 1(1[r. I Pope, who will I I i inspect -
the side the the
to stop at a street corner near the to wrong of street at Homer Limbuugh, of Starke, left on glad to learn of his improvement.lrienls immediate vicinity. For a few years ) 'u'h one-i a month, giving whatever -
hotel and take a young man into the corner of Walnut and Call and collided -I Thursday for the Plattsburg training/ after hm miirriago he lived! nt thoplate inlviri for the of ,
of irnJruvl'l1I'nt
I'cN. 1Wulterll.
machine. He claimed the young man I with the automobile driven bylr.. camp in New York where he will : ) now owned bv Judge! (;po. A.
Hiiih J be needed. Bitch:
formerly of Hreioker, will I be glad to ,plots n.s may
Ellery Davis. Only a prompt application tram for commission..
got aboard the machine and that the a Gardiner, but had lived for fortyYNrl
I learn that ho is now stationed nt Camp' pupil) will I In required ti is r" port' upon
couple at to that of the brakes saved the boy from Mr. : .1. ) at I Iho homo whi-re ho d...- 1. lie
once began Barrel; i and Mrs. I D. Byrd of Graham 'Shelby :Miss lie ill ehaplnm of theY < the progress of his work onc., a month
he drove them to the .station and left serious injury. With the exception of received u card from their son, was an Intelligent and industrious
when hu thrown'I ;\1. C. A. work and he writes.. ho has find upon the completion of the work
a shaking was
immediately afterward going to his up [ I'vt.' Shell Ityrd :Monday stating/ that plenty to do an denjoyn his work. He farmer who husbanded his resources lu will make 1tlnul report of hiH
from his wheel he was uninjured.REt'L.tTlOS .
home Tho evidence showed that this he arrived safely over seas. to leave the future inrofiilly, and \leaves n valuable en- work to I'ruf. Pope who will then issue
expects, in near ,
story was a fabrication from beginning I I !Mr. Fred Dowling, of Lake Butler for France tale to his heirs. In his business dealings t h. proper, creditsIVSIAI.I.S .

ti, t'nl.) buttho thinpr that pointed 0V 'rilES.ll I I'who is now serving Uncle Sam in theU. he was Hcrupulously honest amid l ... . .
another Lake ---- - --
most trongly to Brooks. as the : (OP Sl'CitK.Tho :Mr! Percy Rivers, 'h, was us true an .steel to his friendx. .
S. hands
Navy. was shaking with : NEW:: <}AS TANK: .
P.utler who with I hI' ll'ith I'
murderer of :Mrs. Hess was the t finding | his friends in Lake Butler :\Ionclay.8erj'l'ant boy is Those tin" traits of character won for
of 1 F..II Artillery Hand, Camp Wheeler, film ( number friends
dried human blood under his fingernails monthly allowance of is a large of who
sugar Will :Moitt W. 0.! HrniikH corne-r Ninth arid
returned
and with home
on hfie-nt Sunday Monday
taken and from on the him blade and of blood a small splotches knife eral now three and pounds the> per dealer capita is not for gen permitted Thursday to I'oit. !Sorlven, Gn.. after Folks, returning( to Camp) ;Monday af- sincerely; Underbill mourn' his was death.Mr born. February Walnut! has. in"tnllod a largo new .

use a ten days' furlough which he Lernoon 1'eny expects to see oVl'rH"U I 11th I ) irasolino supply' tank for the convenience -
about' the automobile that he waswiving. to sell than two pound lHrl and was nt the time of
more >
in FDent) in Starke with his -parents.. Mr. .$..rvi.,,' Heon. I He will probably his ,clouth n few months moro than cif..his_.motor patrons.
at a time to a customer residing
I --- 6-----
The showed that Sanders and Mrs. A. K: Moitt. sail sometime-! in the next few days. OI-- years of ago. lie was married in ,
than to
testimony town five pounds
nor more '
"tflicved that :Mrs Hess had a con- one residing in the country. / Mr. and Mrs Henry I'imtston, of The latent news from our Luwtey :March 1X71 to Miss. Mary Spurkrnan. \\ o.I ) w. MKKTIM: : : ;

*i ernble! sum of money: that he conspired For preserving or canning for fam- Dukes, received a card from their son. boys, I Robert Blanchard and Ernest To this union nine children wore born, ,
with Brooks to murder her ily use not for sale a family is allowed -, Harry, last Sunday telling of his safe Wells, is that thev' lire now .stationed two of whom preceelod him to the A regular ,mi-c-tirig of Stat rke CainpiW ,

foi this money; that instead of taking to buy twenty-tive pounds upon i| arrival "over there." Harry has many at (amp Upton, Long Island, N Y. grave, one diving in infancy, and Ada, O W. will I bo held. tonight at the
;Mrs Hess to the station Brooks making\ application therefore in writ-1 1 friends who are glad to know of his Robert has written that he l is Co. A. wit of John I*. Cone dicing in Sop hall I I Severn I candidates I will I I lio j initiated I-

dro/e in the opposite direction towardthe ing upon the present form after July ]i safe arrival. :Ml: Infantry and that Ernest: oleeps toinbi-r I Ifir.(/ .. Tho living children. ur"1 at this time and till nu-rnliers
I in the next room to him. in the barracks all residents of this section and areniuisted| to lie present. '
creek, which is eight miles out 1. After a family has bought 25 Chaplain F.dwafil: 1 S. Curtis, formerly are: _ _
from the heart of the city': that he pounds for such purpose no dealer of Camp Jackson and who U well I They are be>th happy In their Raiford J. r.., Walter Claudo, C'hasM -
und his confederate murdered and rob- will sell them any more sugar for known by many of the soldiers of j I now surroundings and Robert has ; .. Hello and Ruby He i III also) survived Unilerhill who de-parted tins life on

'iou her and then threw the body into canning or preserving except upon an Bradford, county for his earnest work, I bi'i-n enjoying visits from friends of by his wife to whom hi- was the twenty-first elay ol lulv 5f'lrt' 4

the creek in an effort to conceal the application endorsed by J. E. Futch, I writes that his address will soon be the family who live near New York married forty-four yours. ngoMr and
>:riine Food Administrator, Starke "Somewhere in France." which ill only eighty miles from Camp : Chas. M. Underbill is serving Whoroas Hre>the-r L'ndorhill was itfoeicl 11
County
j I Upton. in the army and is. stationf-d at Camp ( man,, iti/i-n arid MaMoa and wa"
I'la. So who actually needs Mis Sarah Rivers of Lake Butter ,
anyone ,
found bo ami l
over to ready willing to
SELECTS J-1I/TIUeI1l/EU/ / FOR of for Private Raymond, Ilc-Hh, of the Knglncrrs Sevior S. C. Immodiuti-ly following I
; more than :ia pounds sugar pro- | who i Is in training at Flagler's Hospital elo his in
GItEEiLEAIWEn; tSI>A Yf serving and canning must fill out a St. Augustine, visited home folks I Corps, at Camp Shelby, :Miss., the death! of hit father n telegram; was part any lCoo.1lnd worthycauHo 1
anilWhereas)
regulation application blank and sign here Saturday night and Sunday, rei has. been appointed! to a now job in Runt to him hut through some mishap his
cheerful
did not him until presence aniaititlstiun '
Wednesday ten selects left Starker it. and then submit it to the County I i turning to her work Sunday after the Camp and one that he rather en'joy. reach Tuesday Hm .",. will bo greatly mi"sl'.1IImlJnlC
ollie-e!
? Camp Orcenleaf Ft. Oglethorpe, Food Administrator with a statement noon. because now every soldier' hast commanding arranged at once
(, j| when he ialls Hehas beenappointed for him to come homo, but ho die) not the ifuiid men and Masons and -
additional ome
for for such "
a training. This squad showing the -
military reason
I I Ranl Crews of ramp Johnston, reach hinuntil \dnosday night. allI iti2i-n and within the family
has learned
1 is Chief Ito'l..I I
a' from follows the 1917 class of registrants, requirement for sugar. The food blank deal son of :Mr and :Mrs J. Crews, of : I all the bugle calls. with ouch exact-- The funeral mrviewas held l Wednesday ) tirel, '. I thi-reforo he It
: may be obtained from any Brooker, Sunday at home with Rosolveel, Bradford I,.
L. John spent l1"hthat the. nle opiest soldier sad was in charge of H rod fordLodgo. by nlgo: No. 3.j:
: G. :Mott. Elisha OrifRis er. his parents. He is al'ttinon/ fine at his even dreaming when Raymond No :!t5, F. &. A. :M, of which1 that wo extend, to the bereaved, ones
Matthews! Uukes. Wm. II Morgan If anyone desires to can or preserve Johnston i is ceases thi--.
'amp and expecting to' our testimonial of
the toooasi-d| hud been a member for. sympathy
sounds the morning call Raymondtends )
Walter L. Davis Silas Hall fruit vegetables for sale he may I
or
Burgess,
leave for further anil
duty at any time. i many y-urs Rev. F. H. Johns sorrow and that we hereby offer
hill friends preached
greetings to all at -
Federal
T-enj. Eli !
A. Isaiah Smith apply to Braxton Beacham (
Williams. ,. to thom our aid and assistance all -
:Mr. AnI :'of 1'J.. D. Baxter ofBrooker th funeral sormon. The pall at
lah home Lawtey
in
Florida
Usias Stafford hall.lERlCAs Food Administrator Orlando
Hugh received! a letter last week benrors woreselected from the mimhcrship ,- times to be full nml freely given and
the issuance of certificates received
for sugar from their son, Eldon who i is in train- The Telegraph ruently a ; of the :Masonic lodge and wen-,1 that we commend, them to Him who
RED CROSSM'RSESIN : authorizing him to buy sugar for such ing at Camp Jackson. He hail just returned card of "Greetings" from"Somewhere Lt. Richard in R S. Humphrey L,. C. Powell W T '. iln,' ) all things well, and t*' It further i

FRENCH: HOSPITALSTo I purpose. J. E. to Camp from a ten days visit Hay White" from writes. Weeks. N. U. Wamwright. 1... W. Knk. i ;
wounded sent FUTCH, France. Lt. White
for
American
care visit home. liter .Ise Thomas. The Interm'ntWI1 ,| Resolved that u copy of these resolutions -
from the French sectors to French County Food Administrator for lirad, "We are enjoying Florida's change- I>yal I bo mailed to the family of
in Cemetery nine- miles our
American Red ford County. Mr.! Rchell Carver of the 124th able weather over here along with
military hospitals the
borther .
and that
west of Starke. The funeral service I I a copy be placed in
Cross has assigned one of its Red S Field Hospital Camp Wheeler, after the best of health. Our long twilight tho Records of lodgeind, that .
was attended hy laranurnt'r ofpersons our i
Crosses Nurses, and a French and LAGERGREN RETURNS./ spending several days at Lake Butler lasting until nino or nine-thirty, differentiates from Starke a the copy te given the liradford, County
and vicinityin
with his father, returned to Camp last Florida.
English Red Cross ai'l to France from Am
speaking Telegraph for
which the d" ceasod had his : publication
every French hospital caring for our After several weeks spent in Jacksonville ,' Monday afternoon. Schell expects to hoping I shall run across some Bradford life. spent Done at regular communication of

wen! according to a report just received Mr. II. E. Lagregrren has returned -embark for over sea service in the : county men but have met none Bradford Lodge this the :l.1'nd! day of
from Paris. Before these nurses to Starke to take up several. next few weeks. as y.-t. The Telegraph for May ha Resolutions of Condolence/ July, 1918.

were assigned some of our men large surveying contracts. :Mr. Lager- The Telegraph has received instructions come through and the home news is Whereas, the Supreme Architect: of T. L. 7. HARR

had been fighting in French regiments gren 1 is> an expert in his line and his from the postmaster at very much enjoyed. The purr of the the Universe had seen fit in his Infinite TEll H. HALLIGAN.A. ,

arrived at Institutions where no one services are in great demand by the Camp Sevier to change the addresJ planes and boom of cannon are almost goodness to take from our midst C. CREWS!':
*ould speak English. citizens of Bradford county. of the following boys form Camp continuous suundn." our friend and brother William Hardy i i Committee on Reiolutlons. /











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PACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAI'H. STARK. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 26/ 1918Week's

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\ r by American and French I R. CODIISSJOf'FECTS: :'; : A

almost; all the gains made by GREAT: S.\\'1Im:'; STATE. [WOMEN ANSWER

II1 1 the Warr J mans in their recent drive I

Summary Murne und in the vicinity of There will be general rejoicing in

have ti-r-atacks been blotted of the out Americans under 'I the when efforts it is of learned the Florida that I THE CALL

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British and Italians. _
r
I to about two miles. Chateau Thierry, which I Commission in having some
In addition to the infliction of extremely the provisions of Order No. 28! rcsi -
the the battle line
German Korrtti to Ihtirtm..rlranltTa"e point in
Thousand of 1'rinom-rs heavy casualties' on the enemy Germans had driven their i the people of Florida v/ill\ save The Time The Place and The

the French andm..riean forcesup I est to Paris, has been freight charges something like two ,
From the region west of Hoissons to the present have taken more the >' rench troops and almost I' dollars annually.
to the northwest of Chateau ThierryAmerican than 17,000( ) ) prisoners. including two 'I
CostumeNew
f und French armies have begun tenuously the villages of | Never since the creation the com-
colonels with their chiefs of stair, and
miles eastward and the heights
the 1 has a harder and more sys
offensive' against
{ a (strong in excess of :aGO cannon. north of the have
village
Germans which puHMihly may havp a The offensive on the entire western their hand : fight been waged than was I :: York July 24.-Isn't it wonderful I I of the machinery. There is a cap to

marked influence on the future of the front in Franco seems now definitely I Acting in harmony with the I on by the members of the com to think of the vast army of', protect the hair, a blouse and trousor-

, world war. In its initial stage tho to have shifted from the hands of the meat on Chateu Thierry, While there are some addi- women that is standing behind our 1 I ettes. The blouse is finished at the

movement has been rewarded) with Gorman. to those of the entente allies. and, French troops northwest modifications being contended I army of men ? Everywhere one sees I waistline with a belt, and the trouser-

great HUCCPSH.sitions Kust: IInd west of Rheims, where the city struck the Germans Order No. 28 us put in by the Fed- posters of "The Women's Land Army ettes button to this belt. There are

J I held by the Germans; killing Germans; last Monday started a battle blow, broke through the I I Railroad Administrator, has been I of America." and the thousand and quite as many pockets on this suit as
miles the
'j' I All along the twenty-fivo have along a 5-milu; front, from Chateau and drove through at some practically as suggested by one other thing that the women ure I on a man's suit, and they are in just

.,.,: French and American fashion troops! Thierry to eastern Champagne, more than three miles. commission. doing so well. Just the one subjectof the right places. Note the large hip


'I.j &I wounding or capturing villages most of the sectors where there i is! any I machine guns of the allied into effect, until the commission run by communities at large) la and the big ones in front, both on the
towns
. the enemy and taking ( fi htillJC. Friday saw the Germans ,orally mowed down the (: interesting from the scientific standpoint trouscrettes and on the blouse.
of and oth fight to have them changed,
and lurge quantities guns along the !! a
lone additional ground endeavcred to stay their for the strides made in canning In Leisure Hours
CIwar suppliell.i1' Marne to the French and Italian sol :the north along\ the Ourcq on certain commodities va- according to the instructions issued For those hours when we rest from
/ Nowhere according\ last accounts diers. Knit: of Rheims the Germans! from 25!; to us high as 700 per
the Government. there
| Flench are making good by our labors must be the most
been
f ? from the front, hit* the enemy
4 have not sutn lit to resume the fight- I ward the important comfortable of costumes. The dressing
junction
IiFO! .C, able to stuy the progress counter-attacks of their asuailants I :Nunteuil-Notre: :: Dame while In a signed statement which is be- gown or negligee of to-day is always .-
1 ing.In
iii , although the region! southwest of Ypres erations south and southeast issued by the Florida Commission, included in the war-time ward-

) d were resorted) to on some important of the Hntish have carried out another sons are keeping time with extend thanks to Senators Tram.I time wardrobe. It need not he elaborate .
surprise -
the first
after tapes
.6" Rectors \
occasioned l the unexpected attack successful incursion into the German, along the other parts of the and Fletcher, Senator Smith, of far from it! but it must be pretty -
tc.' hy lines, capturing the village "fIet'r.: The entire southern bank I Carolina and Senator Guion, of and becoming, for it is in these
.
tf."IJ.tta .. had worn iiwuy.Nowhere <>n, a point of strategic value for observation ) I :Marine, having been cleared of for assisting in having Or. times of relaxation that we need the
re according to last accounts! purproses while further forces, French, British und i contrast afforded by frills and dainty
i 28 modified. Tallahassee Demo-
'Ppi front has the !been some I -r -
from the gained
enemy south Australian troops
troops are now harrassing colors. There are fascinating\ little-<
't\ able! to stay the progress of their as- ground. The two maneuvers cost the southwefct of Rheims and slipover jackets to be worn over skirtsof
Bailunts, although counterattacks were (Germane; 400 men made prisoners and .
, tJ been forced to fall back in satin or crepe de Chine. The
:;, II resorted to on Homo important sectors the loss of a number of machine guns.\ ton wood, the Andre valley PIG CLUBS AND:: COLLEGESMr. sleeves are always loose and flowing
after the first stages of surprise occasioned The American armored cruiser San St. Kuphraise, if there is
and the girdle, one, is fashioned -
,.' f; by the unpxpocte.il attack Diego bun been sunk ofT the Long Island desperate resistance. : Gordon Clemmons, of rather medieval lines. For

"'"; had worn away. coast. It is probable that a German With the capture of Chateau county, who at warm on days the wash kimono i is
To the Americans alone in the region for the University last ses- very
responsible
j suUiuuiiie was
and the fast
L' of the Swiss voile
ry progress best. Dotted or is cool
: ,. west of Soissons came 4,000 prisoners the disaster. and Americans eastward joined the pig club in August, of the

.! thirty guns and much war ma The Cunard line steamer Carpathia northern sectors, the plight He paid $8 for a small gilt, put and China dainty silks,are and also some good. The lighter house
terial. Additional large numbers of German submarine on a good pasture and her tho
i f I has been sunk by a Germans in the southwestern gave
also carefully thought
and further greater stores of 1 the British ' feed and attention dresses are out.
JlPA captives \ ofT the Irish coast, and of the Soissons-Rheims and calico have been elevated -
ammunition and other war ne. unfit The sow off well and when ten Gingham
guns transport Uarunjja carrying\ grew
ceasitici were taken by the French. 'I'I'y. Australian soldiers homeward, also is comes not improbable increasingly that hazardous when old she farrowed four pigs. to the position of honor this sum-
their
but still hold places for
Before all the positions of the Americans has been sent to the bottom by an enemy finally taken large numbers were weaned early as she was mer,

I and the French their guns! and underwater craft. oners and quantities of young and the four pigs were morning dresses. ShoesIn
guns About
machine cut to pieces fleeing for 41. Eleven were faraowcd
V guns stores will be found to have
our there is a great deal of
hands which second litter of army
the this
w hordes of the enemy or SUNDAYAllies the and num-
tn by allied troops. time devoted to the of the feet.
care
withstand the rush nine saised. Of this litter
* endeavored to : at Gates of Sois- tinue to lend assitsnnce to the were
Thundering Every day there is a foot inspection
The blow, probably long tn its inception were sold at weaning time for $40
of
Retreat.Out Gen. Foch the
Honslluns in Full ncoutiiiK just as there is an inspection of arms,
vital
y is being aimed at territory a few weeks later for $34 and
4: '- to the (;lermans territory the captureof of the news filtering throughthe and harrassing their the for $20 and one male left, now 7 uniforms, etc., and also of health. The
clouds of battle hovering over the mans with machine women of America are now also learn-
which not alone would mean theE old. The sow now has a third
I field between the Marne able work has been done by ing how important it is to have shoes
forced retirement of the Germansfrom j ensanguined of eight fine pigs nearly two vii
Indians for Gen. o I4CC4ia
I'erishing's
the entire salient extending/ southeastward j antI Soissons there have come two significant old.

across the occupied region\ from reports during\ the past day. Aborigines characteristic taking a prominent This animal] is now only two years

Soissoni to Kheims! with Chateau I The allies are thundering at the gates Western and, has raised a total of 21 pigs
Thierry it*' southern apex, but po-j of Soissona and the Germans are retreating scouting in the Marne region.In three litters. The owner has sold
none of the other theatres
iby) would result in the capture of across the Marne between the Soissons-Rheims salient total of $158 worth of pigs and still Work Suit of KhakiOf
thousands of Germans operatingthere. Fossoy and Ocuilly. an excellent brood sow with eight
fighting of great moment coure, in this day of efficiency, it
best soldiers German reserves, rushed up to the any /
of them and boar.
: many comprising\ a young They ore pedi
The would
of the Soisson.i-Chateau gress. British in North be ridiculous for the women to
side
of the German emperor's army. western stock and registration\ papers
o' and Flanders
are continuing wear costumes that are suitable only
Jr. So fast has the advance progressed. Thierry-Rheims salient, have slowed bo obtained by purchasers who
French trol encounters and taking for hours of recreation. Ruffles and
the
,
made by
that already French and American down the progress while the to continue raising this kind of furbelows
but have apparentlybeen guns of both the are out of place in the
and Americans .
.. ; troops have reached or are astride than check it and the British are keeping kitchen, and so the working\ dress has
unable to do more
ordon: will return to the Univer-
several of the important roads of supply -
The reciprocal bombardment come into a very prominent place in
here and there along the front. this fall and his
for the German: armies in the continue agri
the wardrobe of the woman who is
south purticuiuiiy: the linn running 1 advance made by the allies in the first TUESDAY studies.! Hi : -ibstantial in
things.
I doing
I hours of the great counter stroke has from the club 'aV
pig work is '
from Soissons' to Chateau Thierry. Itj help-
maintained, but it is evident Combined French and A Clothes-And the Hour
not been in for
paying his education. There I
it not improbable by reason of this
Our time is
planned out, so much Lot-
has the allied ces Continue Relentless
fact and the inability of the pnemyroo that hardly anywhere many young men who would like I the I Ked Cross, so much for the Canteen

instantly to remove them that further thrust been stopped. The drive of the have a college\ education, but do not much
so for the Kitchen
large quantities of supplies will be Reports from the front of battle indicate French forces Into the how to obtain the necessary Canning
and Americanshave and, of course, BO much for our own
taken. ) that the French Rheims salient between They will make no mistake
Six miles apparently was the deepest I reached the edge of the plateauto the region of the Marne adopting the plan of the boys' pig homes and the duties that we must
t. perform there. Our wardrobes
too
,
Soissons and onlya ,
point of penetration made by the the southwest of The Germans at Borne .
are carefully planned. We have
half from the centerof our
allied in the first day of fight scant mile and a counterattacking desperately
troops Red Cross Apron and
Cap Canteen
inThill was nt liuzancy south oft the city. Southward along the line their efforts thus far have in France und Flanders, asking our -
\
Apron and 1 1Cante..n
_ Koissons. which they captured and the allies have almost reached the futile in more than impeding British'U. aid. Ruprecht despatched several Cap (for the cap playsas
1 road important a part as the these
Soissons-Chateau Thierry a apron
passed through eastward. At several vance. of his reserves to the south
day) and the
thoroughfare of great: strategic! importance Further has been his apron and cap that we I
41 other points distances of from fourto ground help imperial cousin, but to off. wear in the canning kitchen. Then
towardthe
five miles were reached from the while further down the allied forces south of Sols this Field Marshal Haig\ immedi- there uniforms for
Marne, they are steadily forging: the center of the line are women who are
original starting lines. At Soissons along detached an equal number of
doing their bit in the
:v the Americans and French men clime ahead, in spite of determined resistance. river and north and east of .. of picked British troops from trim and without any munition plants ful,

., to within a mile of the city. Altogeth- Thierry. Additional large and moved them into the bat ness whatsoever. There unnecessary
The report of a German retreat Germans have been made arc service MOCCLX.
rr more than twenty villages fell into area southwest of Rheims. uniforms for
$ t the hands, of the Americans and the across the Marne comes as confirmation and numerous quantities of The latest German official communi I ambulances women .who are driving
) French all along the )battle front. of the success of the allied drive war materials have been asserts that in Sunday's fight of or motors for the transportation !-
fur to the north. German forces southof In the Marne region the between the Aisne and the Marno troops. Each is different,
All along the fronts on both.Ies\ the stream must be extricated quickly the northern and each is in itself an indication, of
troops on bank
"'J continueto success rested with the Ger
of Rheims the entente troops the times.
if the German army U to escape stream are well on the heels arms. Apron and Cap
hold the Cprmnn.herevl'r; theyhave from the encircling movement carried When we work in our garden (and that comfortable and sensible. It
fleeing enemy east of Chateau In France and! Flanders the British are
. launch Hacks. Eastof of
seen fit to all have '
I Americans. course we gardens this
out by the French and ry between Charteves and to harrass the German lines is absurd to see high French heels
Rheims' the French have recaptured -:' French olHclal reports state that the last reports their advance .small attacks and raiding oppra-I year), we wear a smock perhaps, with I with a service uniferm, and we nil

I'runay but south of the Memo In'I Germans! are being driven hack .southof pushed nearly four miles while the Italians are keeping a very short skirt and, a wide brimmed know it. Low heels are the style for
have lost
local fighting th'X Rome Marne but it is probable that sun-hat. Perhaps, however, we daytime Of all still
' further ground. The German: official the old positions on the their pressure against the Aus- bloomers prefer \ wear. course, we
the German retirement is a hurried as being less trouble- wear high heels in the evening for
communication asserts, that in this region and they were pressing the :I both in the Italian theatre and than
11" attended the Germans .retreat ordered by the German: high northward in the direction of Albania. In the latter region con- some a short skirt. It is nil a dress occasions, but not when we expect

I' forts.success .f-I[command. It appears likely that the Tardenois, possibly with the j I ground has been gained matter feel of the personal taste and whichwe to do any amount of walking or

'i Southwest of Villers-rtretonneux in :'French are merely maintaining steady of endeavoring to link up ': the Devlo river. Here most comfortable in! standing on our feet.
: the and hurrying is an illustration of n work
against enemy French forces Illustration of Canteen Outfit
proceeding a
pressure
the Amiens sector, the Australians (Continued on page eight) suit for
'f his retreat us much ns possible. along the Ourcq. Farther women, which has been adopted This is a very good model for the
into :
have smashed the German
again I From the Marne toward Rheims, the Marne the French have I by the United States Government; Canteen Apron and Cap. The pocket
line, this time on a front exceedinga to be
, too the French and Italians have advanced worn in munition plants where holds for -
\ mile and abled to throw forces across n pad and pencil emergencies.
in
. ". length capturing guns their lines. Threee days ago northern bank of the stream. flying skirts are a danger on account The cuff is adjustable.Chamberlain's .
The Germans; continuing
A prisoners. are back the Germans r' ,
forced by
the bombardment of various sectors they were Severe fighting is in '
held. by the British in France and und their present forward movement tween the British, French and
may indicate that the foe is also retiring CholicCholl'ra and
and the
, : Flanders. from this field as rapidly as troops Rheims where the enemy British It Helps + _* Diarrhoea Remedy.

I V l SATURDAY J possible. n further advance, while in Optician Tested I! Every family without exception'should
, The fire of the battle is sprea&hngslowly \ to the cast of l There be doubt JACKSONVILLE. 2W :' this han I
: no
pagne can keep at
.s, G'rmllnot:'; Able to :Sit-in; Tide of ( : French are reported to have I as to the merit of Cardul, I Brokcrv during the hot weather of the summer
L.
..
:Made on Them by \lIi"M Thierry. There have been reports "& Duphicataij
eil all their old front line the woman's tonic, in I months. Chamberlain's Colic Choi-
.' t Notwithstanding the fact that the that the Germans in this region have river Suippes and the town the treatment Ol many Sam& Day ... ,
Germans have thrown large reinforcements !been removing their heavy guns preparatory seiges. troubles peculiar to \ W 3p.dliu on nVul Orders-W FW fVltf >, (era and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth

into the new battle line between to retiring, should the allied The German defensive has H women. The thousandsof 140
I d'I' !Soissons and tho region of Chateau drive toward Sols on>l go on. ably stiffened on the western ) women who have been '_ I Is almost certain to be needed before

-, Thierry they nowhere thus! far Statements made by Jen. March, the Hhei ms-'s011l1l0IlS salient, helped by Cardul in the drove's Tasteless chill Tonic the summer is over. It has no superior -
,. r have been able to stem the tide of the American Chief of Staff, before the though largo numbers of .. past 40 years, is conclusive for the purpose for which it is in-
\I onslaughts the American and French members of the senate military committee been thrown into the proof that it is a destroys tb. msIsrIal' germswhlch are traatmlUect tend.J. Buy it now. obtainable ev-

1. troops lire making against them. ., indicate there are upward of maneuvers seem to be more good medicine for women to the blood by the Malaria MlJtIIjulto Price SOc. i 1,,1rywhere.-Adv.!

! '\ Friday paw the Americans und the 270,000 Americans engaged in the nature of a strong rear guard. who suffer. It should

I French batter their way further eastward fighting south of Soixsons destined to help the large help you, too.

I t into the deep triangular salient, General March told newspaper menthat the enemy in the Chateau
which has Sol sol\s. Kheims and Chateau the maximum penetration' along pocket to escape TakeGARDUI 1

ni its points, und successfully the line was ten miles, while the average a purpose to stand and give ::1
'
.... withstand terrific counter-attack by depth of the advance was seven with the ultimate aim of CAR TROUBLE? CALL
the Germans: on the plateau, southwest miles. This is further than any advance beating back the US

i t" of Soigson' where the allied guns\ shown in French official I reports, troops.

I. ": dominate this important strategic and it is possible that Gen. March'sstatements That the Germans now ..

. ''f town. are based on information the full that the allies have the I i Engine stop?
\ , The gains of Friday were carried to not as yet made public in Paris.Gen. hand in the battle seems Something wrong with the

j their greatest depth in tho center of March may have hinted at an from the reports that they are mechanism?

,., the twenty-five mile line and on the English: drive against the Germans villages behind them in their The Woman's Tonic

:" southern flunk northwest of Chateau ,during\ his talk with the newspapermen. and destroying large + + Just step to the 'phone tell Central
r Thierry where the Americana are lie said that the British preferto munitions ami war materials to give you
wait until the present. Gorman attack Mrs. N. E. Varner of No. 103 and
forth.
4 '" holding I i out the entire salient which your troubles will soon be
; The fighting was particularly violent is demonstrated a failure and! found impossible to move Hixson, Tenn., writes: I over.

: throughout the day around So !l- then turn upon the enemy." the rapid strides of the allies I "1 was passing through I We are the greatest little trouble

sons and inthe region of Chaudun, Italian troops in the Admello region various of their lines of (' the . My back and fixers you
J where tho Germans sent in large forces to the north of Lake Gerda) on tion and the domination of sides were terrible, and ever ran across.

of reserves in an endeavor: to pushback the Austro-Itulinn front have broken allied big guns.\ These + my suffering indescriba
the allied troops. Here the out in a IOl'aaelion\ and taken two throwing shells far behind ble. I can't tell just how We're hunting trouble--
I
American artillery did notable work, strong points in the mountain region. searching out the entire and where I hurt aboutall

l killing or wounding many of the enemy This gain was made just south of while allied airplanes over Cardui I think . I CAR
are
,) w and aiding greatly in staving: off I I, where the Italians attacked late in retreating columns with I began and my TROUBLE
\ pains crew less and less,
*i the Germans. May and broke the Austrian line. I
; fire.The until I was cured. I annremarkably We live trouble
/ On the sector where the Americans efforts of the Germans to strong for a on
t (I" are fighting northwest of Chateau :MONDAY: the Franco-American forces +: woman 64 years cf age. -4'-
p' Thierry the German line was driven in Germans Forced to Yield round Taken ticularly heavy Monday in the I do all my nousework." And we get rid of your trouble so quickly and

f !. upon the plateau' northwest of Donne From Allies in Previous Battles of Grisolles and Bezu St. today. I>73 easily that
F J. and to the height to the north of Cour- Victories for the allied arms in spectively northwest and lLTrYCardLii I II you almost feel like} inviting trouble

chomps, the former position representing France continue to multiply. Over Chateau Thierry, and to the
I
I1 a gain of three and a half the entire sixty-mile front running Chateau Thiery, where the :+: just to see us straighten it out.

miles from the point of the original departure from Soissons to Rhcimx the allied cans are giving them battle.

at Torcy. While it is not possible . troops are fighting with a determination On all three sectors the No trouble too troublesome for
H as yet geographically/ \ to delimit that brooks no denial of their efforts. further ground, and his forces Strong Withstand the Heat of us to remedy.

with exactitude the gains made in the And the Germans are steadily Chateau Thierry pocket were Summer Better Than the Weak FIREPROOF

: ( two days' fighting nlonj.] ; the front by riving ground. though stubborn resistance fore placed in greater people who are feeble. ud younger! tx-oplo/ GARAGE

'. :i' the French and Americans, it is is being offered on some sec Realizing the seriousness! of "are weak will be itreajtlMned sad enabled to
{ .I known that at its deepest point the tors.Further. dicament, the German crown ""' thedeprtutnj beat of summer bytak- I J. B. Cowart Starke, Fla. H. M. Koon
p penetration has reached approximate goodly sized indentations. said to have sent out distress .GRO,E'S TA3 UE1>SrbIIiTONIC. li purlfln ,
the have been made in the German line Crown earlcbe.the blood and bulMaup the wholeaya-/ Owner & Gen. Mgr.
k ly seven miles and that over entire to Prince Rupprecht of You rae toon feel iuStreojttheaini'.InvtAor- I Asst. Gen. Mgr.m' .
miles it down between Soissons and Chateau Thierry ria, whose
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r.:;;------- -- - -. - -- - I It looks right "sissy" to see boys I Co. C. 113th: KBt. U. S. Engrs Herman; militarism out of Cftistpnce.{ t'
wearing wrist! watches and carrying, Camp Shelby Now mother I must stop J but rev
I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. r Soldier Letters. 1 handkerchiefs in their NIl..."' .... Miss.May 4th 1018.! member" that I'll\ write you <>ten and t
1 Dearest :Mother:: let !know '?
.** wars out shopping to day. (retting you just how I'm .'ctting
I r.---------- I'' some of the remembrances of "somewhere. I At lat I have settled down and along. Write mo all tho news, mother k. ,
I ." You should] "shall begin to work in a few days. and mall me a copy of the Telegraph -
have
Live State NewsTold : U. S. S. ; Washington; c-o 111'1the! '
"livorgu
Words ,
other sailors and cannot express my eagerness 1 hope you havo received my
L j Postmaster, New York June :Us\ 18 myself returning to in this respect" because ,it has now other letters by this time
.// /// / .NNwnRnNwR.R/iVR/A/MYIRRRNbMY.M.R RN/IM Mr. W. :M. Overstrcet the .ship. I curried n good! bit in my I I been six months since 1 havo beenpreparing With all my 10"to veil nm .
by Our Exchanges. I Luke Butler, Fla. socks.' I never knew they were so ; for this woik. I am locatedat LKVIIH. Inv

Dour Uncle Mack: handy before. one of America's big supply depots. P. S.--This climate\ has improvedmy .

. -. .- -- Well here conies a letter from tin There is five hour difference in the I "Hig" is implied h..1'In its condition wonderfully and I am t
: I 1 I --- -' olti friend "somewhere in France.e time here and in New York. We are broadest vv.iy. Could 1 ,explain detail feeling great

The acreage for peanuts in Floridais The army worm has invaded the had successful trip over only live. hours earlier than you. While I just. what exists, within this reservation (Tho above letter is from Lewis i

more than 100 per cent greater than castor bean fields on the East Coast :ha! duty a very near here is far from pleusnt urn writing you at 11 o'clock today you would be surprised.! I have Shriver formerly of Krooker but now '
last and it is feared will play havoc with been ruled as stock keeper in : 1
year. ,
naturally. you me just turning over in the bed of "Somevvhcro:; in France, tn his
According to the State Marketing the crop. The growers contend that which is to be expected, at six.. one of the mamoth warehouscn.. I mother :Mrs John Shriver)

Bureau there are not as many sweet !$::1 a bushel will not justify them to I But the pure "American IIplrit"prevllilK This is a great place I wouhln'tmind wns.t'n my preference as to my
potatoes being planted in Floriad this spray and fight the worms. The West and every one makes the here. I classification, and I defied this was June 10, 1018.Mv .
season as last. Coast i is untouched by the worms as best. of it. So many new ideas and staying The girls are I the best line for mo, that is, I could, : dear Tommio and familyhoer I
beautiful but I can't :-
A south Florida family put up this yet.The methods of warfare end some oM "snv\y" their I perform this. duty stet elliciently amii I aro getting along vvt-ll.
season 3,500 cans of tomatoes and other democratic executive committee ones revised to meet the requirementsof language. Will have to anchor hero. i( that's what they want over here.I There is so you much trouble in the world ;

products that would have gone: to of UoSoto:; county at its last meeting the advanced IIKO." Hoping business. is good and that youare I I am nicely located and have many lull I waste otherwise. passed u resolution asking the in the best of health. i of the fellows with the Of course
We and
are doing our best as you Iis| well and has a living Is really well I ,
Several models of specially! designed 1019 legislature to remove! all restrictions have no doubt seen by the press ourl'fll..t Your friend 'I many hllb'n sent to dltterentplaces lntr these days' I have been over hen '

bean crushers have been sent to on fishing in the lakes of !! have borne fruit. Believe mo, PeWirT :\lc( JLJ.. \I but its nice to oven have a few now seven months and from all ape| I i ipouranees
Jacksonville to be tried out on the that county during the period of the Camp Jackson Sunday i>. in. old Camp, Johnston friends over here be bofnic1
n seven -
"F'nti cull the U-l outs) may years
they >
: (as
castor bean crop of Florida war in order that the fish may becaught Dear :MotherKeceiv( :-- I 1I11hut little limefor pleasure, as this IH over. I It is going to lie a
Judge Hocker was laid to rest and used to help win the war. scurecely shows himself when anAmerican -d your kind letter and was! :( it now requires" real business llow- lung war/ I am afraid but there is no
in Greenwood cemetery his grave beIng ,' The funeral of the late Judge William destroyer' is around. Theycan sure glad to hear from you nnd glad lover when its (convenient for one to doubt but what the allies I will wilt
covered from sight by a vast' A. locker I of the supreme courtof sink the helpless schooners, as that yuu were well. 1 an feeling tine ,I1 get off wo have several) towns that and will whip Germany good and
(quantity of beautiful floral offerings. Florida was held in Ocala Thursday they have recently but they dare not and having a good time. I don't want I I border around the Camp and there. per. Germany has it coming to pro her t

Slightly more than five hundred afternoon from the residence: of show their heads to a a naval crew.A you to worry about mo, for I am liking many things of interest. for one to see.I and we will I give it to her before, wo
acres of sea island cotton in the vicinity his son. William Hocker. The body of combination of speed and accuracy, here fine :Sure; had I a good+ dinner I I was a visitor Saturday afternoon" 1

of IJartow marks the beginning; I I Judge ]locker arrived, in Ocala Wednesdav I such as is In our navy, is mighty tod.iy. Hud chicken ;potatoes ant and am inclosing a small/ l I souvenir ]I..t Iv up.. are so fur north, until the northern -
n new war-time industry in that sec- afternoon over the Floridan hard to beat. All the latest anti best lots. of other nice things-also had ice from Franco. Oh! mother what/ a tight IH with us all night. (One '
from Jacksonville where his death ocI watermelons wonderful country I they have oven'
cream
tion.The I ships you see over here are the Amer. and coeoanut pie.. can read a newspaper" for the c'ntin'tw'nly
tobacco crop for Florida showsan I I curred. Didn't. have to work today. Took here. 'I'hinA's1ft. bountifully constructed four' hours at tins time of the
increase ofabout 50 per cent in The acreage in corn for Florida cans it easy all ,|ay.I by nature. To look out similarly in winter we only t i
acreage and is in unusually fine condition shows an increase of about 10 per cent I like what I have seen of France, I supose: 1 will get to come home in across the rolling land\ it looks. just have about sir hours of duyliglit.Florid k ""

indicating a yield of slight less over last year making an average of also the French people. France puts about two months Hut will be con like the production of 111III.ti"l... brush. ( ,i being so near tin equator, the '
than 5,000,00 pounds. ( fifteen thousand, five hunderd thirty- out very nifty soldiers all are of good tent until the time comes. Kvcry; foot of land/ l is under ( days mid 1 night are nearly ei the

Cattle dipping is growing apace in six acres. The crop is also in fine size and build.! Today is rather gloomy with no lion, and the richness of 'llIliVII-1' entire, year around, whcrctis laic on

Florida. There are now 71(5( dipping condition indicating a total production The country that I have seen hereis place to go. I makes it bring forth an 'June lilst! it iii sun-up nt 1! n. Ill. and '
vats in the State 20 of which were which shows that the state will very pretty, some hills but mostly Will close. Hope this finds you all I harvest. Much gram/ is planted, with sun-down at 11 I'. m, with strong twilight 5
built in June. The total number of | soon be independent of outside sources rolling. Looks to be Rood farming in the best of health iiiul happiness exception of corn. This does! not all night. It is sun.up at III a. i

cattle dipped in Florida last monthis I of supply. land anyway they don't let any lan, as it leaves me in the best of spirits. seem to be known. Ill and sun-down at :2'M.! :: p. m. with
given ns 154755. "Old Nat" Walker one of the best go to waste. All you see in cultivated. So goodnight. Lots of love to you all, 11;rapes seem to bo one Nassau county in which is located known men in all Florida died at his The houses are built of stone or brick. as ever important crops, as! you may see I am well and very well fixed .
Fernandma the haven to which a home in Cravvfordville Kunday. In I KAIINEST) STAKKKTT: vineyards everywhere and the results here. Love to all II
large number of the liquor dealers of 1885 he was elected reading clerk of You very seldom see a wooden frame I I. :M. Can))). H, No. J. Camp Jackson may be seen at all French hom..... Your devoted. brother ,
Jacksonville repaired when that city the constituiomil convention and, since house.I Columbia S. C.Juno. Wine is/ used at filch fists) and seems. YANCKY.Tlie ; .
was voted dry is to have u wet and' that time has been connected in someway am liking tho navy more every a substitute. for water This ,article
dry election on August 20. i with every session of.: the Florida day. I got awful tired of it at first l ISth, 11)18.!) may I be purchased any village at ( 1I11I.vl.II'U'r Williams is from of tho Commandor to-
,
Much interest is being manifestedin legislature and numbered his friendsby hut have learned to take things justas Dear I.'nll- small cost. Yancey S. navy who I
his brother Mr. T.
: Williams
the electric cutting machines which the thousands in every part of the they come now and enjoy it. I am going: to write. 11 few lines tonight The 1 evenings! here are .simply grand. lives northeast, of Starke.LONG .
have been installed In the central -ate.( Sorry that I cannot tell you of al I to let you know I am O. K. I The sun sots. about. 9MO:: and then (Iw i- .
work rooms of the Jacksonville chapter ]I It is estimated that one hundred few of our actual experiences but the had a letter from! mama today; all light. lust for about an hour so when UKIIXii:
American Ked Cross, and every !, thousand acres of peanuts are being rigid; censorship regulations will not were well. jou folks are thinking of bedtime! the t: ,
day they attract many men and women -,, cultivated in Ja<'kson. county this. year. allow it. Well, we are having ,some rain 'here lioys. are just enjoying tho best part of I .
Tho oil mill of the Florll1li'l'ennu't Oil tonight. Itecn trying to lain all afternoon the day. I find many fellows hero Long Itridgo, July 21.-:Mr, Frank
The merchants of Fort Pierce are 'I Company of :Malone\ Jackson. county uul! yours, wishing: you worlds of and just tit 0 0'1<1(''k, when I that 1 know and I am trying to 1C.till )I Merit returned homo Wednesday! after -
that well with
going to make it embarrassing for tho ,, will not be able to handle anythinglike Hoping all is you was letting otf work it was. beginning ranch with Cllrl"Otl., but HO larhaven't I visiting relatives in Jacksonville
this and realizing it the hucccis and prosperity lhrouhout the found his address. Wish that last, weekMr. 1
dead! beats of that town. September1st crop 1'1'0pIe to get bail. It was the first rain
they propose to turn) over to the I, of Greenwood:, are now building year, and remember we are winning, we have h"III1I'I'I' for over two months you would send! it to rue I' I 11). 10.; Johnson returned homo .
Red Cross all old accounts with instructions (another mill at that place which is Very sincerely 'and this weather here, I can't "sav Mother don't worry because 1 am 'I.'ri..y. after making a business trip| 5

to collect and keep all money only six miles from :\lal<1n... DeWITT McCILL.; I vy" it at nil. Last night I slept under so well pleased with things where I I WaycrosM, Ga. !

collected. I A company has been organized 1'. S. July 11th. ( Ilobokcn N. J.) ,,, three blankets and one overcoat tin). It all looks so. natural that I Quito a crowd attended prayer
Bowling Green! to install and operate I I never roali/o that I in "Franco meeting at the hum" of Mr. and Airs.M 'I :'
An explosion of nitrate in the fer- : As I forget to mail these in France and was none too wiu n). The rnjlynioinings am until -
mill for grinding I and think for minute.. : II. Moody Friday night. t''
tilizer of the American Agricultural a cotton J'in. a corn will send them to-day. We arrivedhere are always chilly stop a
rant all kinds of feed a modern fruit Well, youh"II'oI' 1 was not expecting' conditions to MISH I H Company at its yesterday, and it sure seems see "yours truly"
result. land vegetable dryer, and a mill for I"paileymg French, I can get I by be half as good us they are The outs :Saturday after visiting. her grandMr. Ijrmrrnts
in Jacksonville Tuesday rood to be back in the U. S. A. I.lidn't
plant Much fertilizer i grinding and milking syrup under the ( with what little 1 know and that isn't arc better than the boys get in the : and Mrs. W. !I';!. Yarlorough r
in million dollar fire. nineteen letters I. r
ed a which 'total wotrif eirt HTAOINSIIK; ); get but on my much yuu know. :States. Would you believe if'?' Many of Kniford .' r
material was destroyed latest and most improved method. The return so I must start in answeringthem dee; mama almost made me homesick things we get here dully would. have !Mrs \. II. Moody and daughter ;
will be hard to replace. i)I company will also] handle 1full and as\ I am on a 18-hour leave. She said in her letter that been' a surprise! to us while, at "amp Miss Illiincbe, visited, relatives. in Kni- t 't.I

About 140,0( ) pounds of wool were complete line of feed, fetriluer, seed. Perhaps. you would like to know wi ere eating watermelons., They don they t ..Inhlll'tlln.1": all I these things' combined 1 Cord Saturday.. ,
sold in DeFuniak Springs last weekat crates, building material etc. what the "Cieorjre Washington" Is; I rai'- any here at all They raise cantaloupes makes the boys more contented. I :MISH Millic Thomas: .returned to h'''
good prices. Sheep raising has been With a postponement; taken June :27 she is a troop transport, and is the and' miiskmelonM. : I though, butIt and! really/ mother I don't think we I, ,ksimville' 'IFiursdav. nftcr visiting l LI,
of the features of West Florida In the of shall ; Tins lier rather, :\Ir.V.. 1\1. 'Ihoimis. : ,
one in the federal court matter third largest afloat but the second in is in the full before they get . be over" heie very long 'in 1.
and it is gradually spreading over the the indictment of J. J. Heard and .J. speVd.Mother. I! iipe.Hi the genrnl I opinion' nl', nil (ierninnvunit ;:\\o'.r.. IlullnloiIkinl', pil''''''' and t
tate and i Is being found profitable! \ In' :M. Hell former president and cashier reafter send my mud this way: stand long before tin' stream nl'' I'hney Crews went to JnckHonvilIe. tilt, 1 !',
: told that Hubert Edwards 1 }
mo F. lI..rrit.'vt.\ 1st class. Co. A, i _
instance. ,
almost ] of the defunct Heard Americans here Monday
every respectively I" pouring in over daily/ t
The state school book commission' National I Bank of Jacksonville/ nnd 1 was on the IJ.S.S. Levnthan.Hie I Kegt. Knurrs': Ky. U. .S. ,Mxpeditionary : -. Just a little tune" fur a few extra Mi: .. lldd: lemons, of Luke Ilutler) ,
for the 15. Geo. Is the largest' nflont] -used to be forces' :St.:: )lumir; : ( France." . tin giiesf. t if" Mr l Her Johnson f '1 11 '
is in session at Tallahassee the indictment of .1. Hanoi touches, and then 1'",r tin tuml dim II.n i Minn '
purpose of forming a uniform courseof I II. :Mason and J. II :Mulholl.ind) who ]I Vauderlnnd.. The "(;Jeo. Washing, I i Well as there is nothing of mteiestto whit I] shall mean n I suloiv.' 'In crush i Suiiil.iv., 1'i

study for the schools] of Florida vvoie among the stockholder of the ton" was else. ;i Cerniiin; ship we ,, write I will', .stop.Answer __ ____.___ _n ---- !
and hopes to )have the course in shape bank the case will come up for a tie up at the pier next to the Levii- I i liver; real soon devoted I
for adoption at the beginning of the h'ul'in'olonday! : I before Judge Khy- than but never know that Hubert your brother, "1
II. \lImrrT.: : ] .
,'all term of the schools] of the: state: I don M. Me 1 'full.RIALTY. was: on there. I'll rail him up today. I I f Private :Merritt has! been in France t'

-- I \Ve have six city telephones] and over for, ten months). '
two hunderds of the ships n dailynewspaper ; to 'MM;;'

:STARK DIXIE TEAM:HUTS WINS 1IU'KMY.FROM : 'I''IU SFEltS and all modern" conveniences I On Active :Service.American ,e PATTERNS f llie 1\

she is some "bucket. Kxpeditionary: l'orre.June .
B. J. Roberts.. to Mrs. T. B. RO"'ier-1" I would like to tell you of some of I I 21 I, 1MH.Pear / 1 new material make ,
In a cleverly played game at Starke Corn 7 chns 70 (Iks W of I'; '
Can tell this 1"lIlh'r.Iuthl'r: and Sister
our experiences.J you : -
Thursday afternoon the Starke team II cll'laghlfugowns\ that f
of NW ,
NW Quarter I wonder what all
much. We were a little closer than you are doing 1 1i '
nosed the Dixie Blues and won an t1'
out
to right-of-way of A. C. I... thence this Sabbath ? I(11m the the who
exciting ten-inning game by a score of 100 yards to the U. S. S. Covington, morning in ,. {woman
along said right-of-way to S line of best of health.Listen 0
when she and
4to3. was torpedoed sunk in I
said NW Quarter of NW Quarter to of nine with de- !I' I went to the Catholic services I.v.s.on'lwr. war income
ships seven
of the Dixie a convoy '
the southpaw
Katz beg. Sec. 17. Tp 5 S K 21 K.Mrs. last Sunday morning but could -
Klues, was in fine form and with a Willie Hngun to :Mrs. Annie stroyers.I not understand a word that was said cannot rrsislt .
little better support would have 1 li.W>: ft I saw the funeral procession of the However they seem to be very pious! afford." .
of land 10X ft bv All
Johns-Tract / Lillian:
brought home the bacon. Sturke has ex-Mayor: of New York. who was killed r .
and 11 A. in SK Quarter of SE Quarter Say dad I bought some strawberries -
a wonderfful team, and young Epperson also Sec21Tp7SR21B;. in a fall from an airplane. Airplanes over here and I believe they arebetter the McCall designs! 1
the mound for Starke was .
on flew 5th over theprocession
up avenue
in form and tossed the pill in Mary L. Johnson to R. n. L. Duke- I than ours. When I come homeI and distinctive
great: and dropped flowers along will try to get some plants. Most of o ,y' are new t
great shape. The Dixie Blues showed Lot 1 of Blk 2 in Worthington;
the way. Some of the most beautiful I I the farmers here are getting their r"
great improvement over playing A. J. Powers to Cress Mfg Co.- I.
toehold flowers I laid land ready tonnt/ Some
the ever my eyes on. |I crops.: are ij
did well of NW
and they will One-half interest in N half Give! my regards to Mr. :Scarborough cutting hay. o
score as it was. These next two Thursday teams af Qurter of SE Quarter Section 14; and all the rest of the fellows I I have not heard from anyone yet r

get together again in SW Quarter of SW Quarter of NW Thank I lint keep on writing, and I will, get it 0
Field a
Rose you
ternoon July 25 at Quarter Sec 2i\ Tp. 5 S R 22 E.; DeWITT McGILL. I I some time. IV you all ever hear from
of the particulars
return game.: All ndrewsSE ('or"I! ? When write
J. II. Jones to A. D. you he sure and
will be announcedin --'- I I McCALL
of the these coming columns game later on. This will Quarter of SE; Quarter, sec 13; :SW' On Active Serive with the A. K.: 1-'. | H'IIlme her address, f How is .1 r. Ab- / ..t

be game royal) as both teams are gain Quarter of SW Quarter see. 13; NE June a, t')!101. ermithy getting along now ? He was I.
the j
m hospital when 1 left Starke.
of )NW; sec. 21 ; NW PATTERNS
gto try and win. Quarter Quarter Pear Mother:- i :
The Dixie Blues upon their arrival Quarter of )NE; Quarter all N of A. 1 hope; you did n,)t worry about me ,i ibeoaue ;Mother, t you must not be uneasy!
al ft'
alit for forAugustNOW
I with
of C. L. 5. S. K. 20 E. did not hear from me am a good huwh
home reported that the people Ry tp you me info
of fellows. and '
I we have three of (he
Sturke treated them royally and theyare Kaley-IIamhy Co. to Thomas B.JInmby long We hud n very interesting! heft officers, in the world I think.I ON' SALE :
waiting for the 25th to NE of lot 31 sec.' 18 from the U. S. to France. .
anxiously Quarter journey .
I II I will close; now..be. sure to write 55S1rRNoo$4.4 _
come so that they can return the tp 5, S. R. 22 E. would like to tell you about of lot "f me every week. Jh_ 1111 8.1. 1 1r
compliment. One of the features of W. E. Yarborough: to G. B. NewsomN things which happened but of cour.c. I| Your son and brother 5
the was the rooting of the girl I of NE: Quarter .
game Half of SW Quarter I cannot. ', 1-KANK IlhVILLK.: ;
fans about seven or eight of the pret- see' 22 tp fi S. R. :2'> E.' This! I is a very beautiful country over : Truck ('u. :!. first (} O. I'.. A. K: F, .

tiest girls: in the town third of base Starke line sat and on W. :M. Harrcll to Chas. W. Edwards here !but it i"i very much war worn. American I' O. 701: via New York A .M. DARBY Starke Fla.
the grass near the I I'. S. I do miss. thegild
to victory. Anothl'rprominl.'nt -NE; Quarter of NW Quarter I have talked with several French soldiers I i sure reading ,
led their
boys feature of the game was and fraction of NW Quarter of NW who were just hack from the old Telegraph.! / Would like vC'rymlJc.h

the home run of Whaley of the Dixie Quarter sec. 3, tp. 7 It. 19 S & E. front and they had lots of Interesting if you would, have I..jorlat.! - -- .
thiWH to send me one for it is like a
Blues in the ninth inning, tieing the Jennie :Mnude Hoffman to F. F. / things say about the firing line letter received from home. Frank. ,

score, thereby necessitating un extra Stump-Lot :3 blk M Town of Stnrke. I have a picture of the ship which w'l i| (('I'he Telegraph places your name \':.
\j
inning. Louis II. Hill to C. R. I\pp-E Half came over on, which I will Bend to 'in ,its mnling list with pleasurePrank. ofv-r4-3i4442'Ws44444.t-b 444 44. 844Q4We'WM t49't4 t+t+4.t+I i i ii

Manger/ Andreu of the Dixie Blues. of NE Quarter of SE'; Quarter NW you later. .-Kd.: ) ) t

U well satisfied with the playing of Quarter of NE Quarter of SE Quarter Now mother I cannot write home x HOT WEATHER

his hoys and with the showing made K Half of SW Quarter of NK Quarter very often but will write as often as l I Tamp Shelby Miss., July 1H, l'IH.! ,i"I

by his: team on a strange diamond i of SE Quarter sec.' 21, tp. 5 S. R. possible. So ,do nut wait for answers Mr. K.: Matthews; I"I"i

and he says that he intends: to makeu 22 E. from me but write as often as you I Starke, Fla.
winning/ team out of them the in Com-the I. Lottie Lee Stark to C. R. Sapp- can for I am always glad to hear Dear SirHave :- I NECESSITIES j t
second half of the season in been receiving for
SW Quarter of SW Quarter sec. 22, from home. I I / your paper
mercial league./ the past few weeks! and its certainlybeen
Score of the game: by innings' : I, tp. 5 S. R. 22 f;. Well as the length of my letter is apreciated I. not only /by me but '
Dixie Blues001 000 011 0-:1 I Austin B Fletcher to C. E. \ ininlt2 limited I will have to close for this one or two other boys from Florida. With the coming of hot weather you should provide ,

Starke _ _ _ 021 000 000 1111TimesUnion. A. in SW Quarter of SE Quarter, time. With lots of love to all. I take the paper over to the Muse Hospital i yourself with the necessities to make life more com
sec 20 tp. .1 S. R. 20 E. I'rvt. CLARENCE: ; K. WARE, to Arthur f.riffis. who is in ('0. .i
(I i J. J. Truby to J. :M. Truby-That Co. L, lOHth U. S. In?., A. n. F. .','.I of the Mi-ilical: |' He 1 is fromI fortable. 1 have a full line of

RED CROS-5: NOTESA ; : portion of SW Quarter of !NE Quartersec. via New York. I nwtey, nnd wi. all .|om in sending : FREEZERS WATER COOLERS : t'
I 17 tp. i II! P. R. 22 E.'; lying E of thanks for same I Ii

surgical dressing, class has been Starke and Sanderson road. U. S. S. "George Washington," r-o Should\ have written you sooner but Full line of small articles. :
at 1
formed and all is now in readiness have been -n husv and I'm u very poor I
Strickland & Ball to ,J. F. Bennett
I .
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Postmaster N. Y., June 2'J: 191
the room for the instructor There who are Is NWrI); of SV4!! of lot U. sec. :Ill, tp. 5 S Mr. Chas S. Barrett, hand on writing, vuh. Hut in my way Screen your home to keep out the fly and the mos : ; r
for
Jacksonville. I'm thankful same.
coming/ from the class. R. 20 K. Lake Butler Fla. very ,, quito. Window screens in all sizes and kind Save : "' t'
eighteen enrollments for Walter n. Grunt to Salome] F. tun- ,. Vt'e are -xi"t"d| to leave quite :
Several conveniences have been added' I Ice-Lot 56 in Woodlawn. Dear Old Scout:- I oon. I have b" en .stationed in tin-. '' : your wife's temper by buying a :
to the large room which is always Since reaching "somewnro" have ':amp since I..r .August: and we fedis I I
cool and I well ventilated. Work tableshave 1 muffler thought of you people in Lake Butler a Division. ready to jo across, hut I : BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE :

been built and cupboards and i' comfort IS pajamas pillows.All 2 sweaters. 4\\ and just' thought that I would send a guess they know. r>et.. Haven't any : No hot sweltering days over a wood) stove. Cook in :
locked cases in which to store suppliesand word. ewi onlylrr"y dope and I know von
finished articles. I of the regulation boxes' received :I I'i't tired ruling so much along thatlnc. : comfort one of our oil stoves. :
at the Jacksonville Forwarding Ware1house This i is a most wonderful countryto I
articles were shippedin ,
The following\ to the are opened and sent on to me anal I enjoyed the trip over just : :
the Just regular( box ent headquarters, refilled with article ,.f' fine, .teinir. first trip t? Franco. Will write us.on an I get "overhern"
Jacksonville. Forwarding Warehouse! : I my .. and give rot address, fni I'rnIme JONES HARDWARE
i
Hampton ir; bed jackets, t pair of one kind. As you know the /girls h iv* nothing crusty about th'. paper. Si.ding t !
ol'ks. I The different tnwns in the county on the sailors. in the middy line. I .,''v best l regard to to Uradfonl <,"IUII-

Starke--50 bed jackets 8 pairs of nro Starke requested the to last make week their in the shipmentsM month )I Ias wenr on every day and drop Utters, ".: people and again thanking you for i : Starke, Fla. :

socks, 1 quilt.Raiford8! I I articles packed. "pn''k.,' e s and anything el.'o down in the favor, I beg to n-maln, .
pairs of pajamas. the completed from Stark'to Jacksonville are them We have only three pocketsand Your, truly, t.#.5..s44.a.:5..544. . o.rwon s 147 ..I.rgt- ... ... .-t i .-. ........
of socks. and sent { \YMOM: ); ( K.: HESS. I
pairs small i
l.awtf'Y-r. month. they are very ones (
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.t j; t PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY JULY 26, 1918

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t Bradford County Telegraph Lulu-W. S. Croft chairman. O. F. Mr. Roy Birt, of Louise attended [the entire community in her bereave- In wit and Southwiwt to the following Quarter of doneribed Southwest lands(Quar to* I

Hitch, J. J. Blackwclder, M. A. Weeks Sabbath :School: here Sunday after I ment. I II tee A South Half of Northwest. Quarter of II

.- ._-. --- -._-- ---. -- J. J.;. Douglass./ noon. '**-l ff9 | Mr. L. A. Duncan, who is taking Southwest Quarter Section (101 Township I
- - -- -- - --- The responsibility of selling the allotment Mrs Jones, of Sampson City attended 'I X-rny treatment in Madison. visited f 16)) S Range (UDI! E. containing In all (80)
Published Wwkly! and entered aa second of bonds will rest primarilywith church here Sunday.Mr. home folks here this week. Hcrea mom or I...... Thli A. D luth ANDREWS dar of July. :

claMs matter at the post-office atStarkt the committees herein named : and :Mrs.: Jesse Byrd of Louise, I' Little Miss Veda Andrews spent iDle Guardian of Barney Hcndrfck and Jniiepn I

>. Florida.E. hut they may map out their own planof were guests> of her parents, Mr. and last week with her father !Mr. Scott E Hendrlcka. minor heir of Joe B Htndrlrkn II i1N''S

F ..,, .' campaign increase their number Mrs.> J. C. Barry, Sunday. Andrews at Brooker. nnd. Mary E Carroll dvceaiudADMINISTRATOR'S I %
! =: -- '-: -- and call to their assistance such clubs Prof. II. B. Wiggins; and two sons Little Miss Mary Francis Cochran, UT/fERN (SI4 DL

;:. S. :MATTHEWS Editor::: and Owner.J. and other organizations as they see One and Leo spent the week end at of Worthington Springs, spent Thurs- NOTICE distribute ,- SLD
Notice lit all creditor I -
hereby given to MO/St
. ,1 C. nO lxsoll..odate. Editor. fit. _ Hampton with :Mrs. Wiggins'/ parents, day in Lake Butler. She is taking *.. leiialera and all other pcnona ha\ ,
-.--- - :Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Hodge. music from :Mrs. D N. Lee. \ing clninia or dimandu HfrainBt the eiitutc of ot 1Z0ROAiMflNjth
<;ElOI.SV II. APPEARS: Mrs. Alma Surrency of Brooker :Miss Lillie Colson of Orlando, is J. D Padtrctt' deceased to prcflent the same
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'I her here. to the undt'ntiR-md. HI* Administrator of his
OFF MASS. COAST. was the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. R. W. visiting parents mild estate within two from the dllteb..of.
[!2.! Surrency Sunday.Mr. I :Mrs Lee und children, of Jackson- othi Twine the same years will be barred.
4 ( Continued from page onej ; D. :M. Byrd, of LaCrosse, visited ville, are visiting Mrs. Lee's sister Dated and Binned thIs 15th day of May A.
his parents here Sunday, :Mr. and Mrs. here. Mrs. J. W. Jones. D. 1918 I
It; was. thought she could be saved. The D. J. Byrd. :MM Cochran, of Worthington administrator of SIDNEY the estate D.of PADOETT.An J U. Pad. .

IIH net result of the raid was the sinking/ S Springs was a business visitor in our gett ...........01. Pile Cured 'In 6 to 14 DaysDrunalnn --
of barges valued in the aggregate at LAKE HUlLER ITEMS: little city last Tuesday.Mrs. A. V. Long attorney 6-17-Ot
I I 78JJIPllL2i $'.>Q,000( and the serious damaging/ ofa : C. I. Hunter is spending a fewslays -I to cure Itchinil.refund Blind money Bleedini If PAZO or Protruding OINTMENT Plw fnilt.

tug valued ut $100,000, at an expenditure Lake Butler July 24.-:Mr. Sam with her parents at Worthington MASTER'S SALE luslantly relieve Itching Plies and ceo ROI
1 of three torpedoes, which it Springs. Notloe la henby given lint under and by restful sleep after toe unit awlicauua. Pru
14151611718fco 1920mi Singer and mother motored to Gainesville Virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure made
: was estimated cost the German J government last Tuesday afternoon, returning Mr. Mike Klondes, of Starke was and rendered July let A. D. 1IIIH by the
a toal of $45,000 and a quantity Wednesday morning.Mr. transacting business here lat Tues Judge of the Clcpuit 1 Court the Xth JudicialCircuit 1"- -, 11111111111111"- -..;+;
i1J 21 ? 252627 of ammunition.The I day. of rlonua.: In and f"o Bradford; County -
.. f4 appearance of the raider so N. E. Roberts and daughter, Card of Thanks in Chancirv Sitting in for of AMER. :f: COMPARISON
Blanche spent several days at Orange ICAN AOKICIJI.TLRVI. CHEMICAL COM
TiaCfcafvir*4vie-i I I near the treacherous shoals! and tide 'Springs this week. I I We wish to thank our kind friends PANY. A. TORI-ORATION Complainant and '
; rips of the cape and her subsequent :Miss Russie Ware of Worthington 'and neighbors, also Drs. Mann and against r RMtrtFTT: AND! HIS Vtlri t We INVITE comparison hoth J

'J,1 actions caused. amazement to the Springs spent the week end with her :Mamcs for their untiring etforts and Hcniiirni MARCY C.will BARTLETT offer for .Hale Defendant before the the Court un- ;::; as to price and quality, of )ur+
< thousands! of eye-witnesses rather sister :'olr"V.. M. Ovcrstreet. I sympathy during the illness and House Door. at Starke Manila between the 4- choice line of +
than consternation. The natives of :Mr. Ration! Carver, who has been death of our wife and! mother Mrs. J. legal hours of sale on Monday August 6th !
, dj I? . ': TL'UN I NG roivr or THE the cape could 1 not understand why located in Jacksonville for some time, Knight. Sincerely. 1U1H. to time hluhwit and "beat bidder for ....h. GROCERIESYou I
j WAlt HAS COME: AT LAST sho should l wUKle... hells on a fleet #f is Husband and children. the following described Ian"" situated in
I spending awhile here with fath-
his ,
Kradfard" County rlorida! to-wit: The East .
. 1\ -- barges returning to a coal I port. It Mott-Fraleigh I Half t C-jl I of the Northwent Quarter ( 4 I of 1 need them must hate +
t The long hoped for "turning point" was reported, however, that the real er.The Cradle Roll of the Mimed at the home of the bride's the Northwest Quarter I I'41 t of Section Thir them. t
rtI has come nt last. The German dcvilHnw prey sought by the undersea boat was Methodist Sunday School department was entertained parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fraleigh ty-two Twenty-Two (Jll Lout containing Twenty amlf
\;' '. .scurrymj hack in haste to their a large/ collier northbound. of Providence last Sunday morning ' *
p\ at the 0l
a party at home of Rev. ( f.' t\ dc-nH, with the Yanks the I'oilua and --. -- Hendrix last Thursday afternoon in at eight/ o'clock. Miss :Maude Fraleighto singular, the tenements. nditamenta and prices YOU +
." the sons of Italy hot on their trails riAHAM: : honor of Master Ernest Dell and lit :Mr. PurvisIott: Mr. Tom Dekle appearances. appertaining.thereunto belonging, or in anywise II KNOW why we have no fear :

t says the Tampa Daily Times. Somewhere tie Miss Catherine Harrell's birth- officiating. J. C. 1'0 PPEI..L. : : MIKE'SFRUITSTCRE.111.1II 1
bt. hack in the rear doubtless, they Graham; July :21! .-Messis. R. U. day. Miss Fraleigh is one of Bradford Special Master.

I :. have a place prepared where they can Surrency from Stewart and J. II. Mrs J. M. Mann and Misses Ruth county's most attractive young ladies. JOHN w. hULLComplainant's I I I .1 I -.'-M I $.1-+I.-e4+I+++
.,, ; .. make an effective stund for a time, Surrrncy motored over to Starke on and Thelma Bolin and Marshall Proctor She wore a "oing.uwayotown/ of gray Solicitor 7-5-5t.
. \ f hut at bc-Ht it will be only temporary. I :Monday. attended revival services at Miller crepe do chine. and Georgette.Mr. and
iit. . .. They will Le driven out, again/ and Mr J. K. hedge, of Hampton was a last Wednesday.Mr. : and Mrs. Mott will reside in Bilousntws. and Stomach Trouble. Constipation Indigestion.

: ; HRain if it is newHHury, back to the business! visitor here on Monday.Mr. Charley Savage, who is cmployed I'alatka.Ye join in congratulationsand
4r Rhino, and ncrons that historic Marshall Hurgessos: of Montgomery by the Government in Jack best wishes. for this young coupleon "Two years ago I suffered from frequent "I have used Chamberlain's Tahlcu
i l$' Ftreum even to Berlin where the last \ Ala., is visiting. relatives and! sonville, spent the week end here with their matrimonial voyage. attacks of stomach trouble and and must say they are the best I hate
e net of the tragedy/ will he staged. friends here for a few clays. his fumilv.Mr. biliousness," writes !Miss\ Emma Ver- ever used for constipation and indigos-

; America is in the Tight at lust and Mr. teem Odgen and son, Jesse, .-Max; Wilson, who is now located bryke Lima. Ohio. "I could eat very tion. My wife also used them for indigestion .
although she in very far as yet fromexerting made a business trip to Starke Mon- in Ocala, was shaking hands with his LIKE AN ELECTRIC little food that agreed with me and I and they did her good,"

: ',' her full power. the has Kivenii' day.Mrs. many friends here Thursday and Fri! BUTTON ON THE TOES became so dizzy und sick at my stomach writes Eugene S. Knight WJmhifr-
\ the boasting beast who heads the German II. 13. Wiggins was called to Tablets
N. C. Chamberlain's
ton
at times that I had hold are
.;4 t nation und! lit piloting it to swift the bedside, of her sister :Monday Miss day.Mr.. Fred F. Stump of Starke was of to take "mild' and penile in their action. One
+ .' .. destruction foretaste of what he Minnie Knubb, of Hampton.Mrs. something to keep from falling.:
t 11 in our little city Thursday last looking Tells Why a Corn is So Painful them trial. You are certain to be
Seems Chamberlain's Tablets advertised a
o;, *' may expect in the future. We shall John Millican of Hampton, after his business interest here. !: -
111.' f hoar no more of America being a is visiting her parents for a few days, Mr. Tom Chustuin of Jacksonville, And Says Cutting Makes I decided to try them. I improved pleased with the agreeable laxative
\ "negligible/ uantity"| in the war. She :Mr. and :Mr:,. CharlieIc! Kinney. wits shaking hands with his friends rapidly.l Obtainable every- effect which they produce. Obtainable -
;T '. is a power to be reckoned with. One Prof. It. A. Green, of Starke was a here last Sundayy.Mr. Them Grow. where.-Adv. everywhere.-Adv.

q I' V. million and a quarter of her gallant business visitor here :Monday and : and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and
# V sons are in Kurope: despite the kaiser's Tuesday.Mrs. daughter, Willie Mae spent Sunday
r l boasted. U-boats, and three hundred I). J. liynl made a business. in Hampton guest of Mrs. Johnson's> Press an electric button and you J *+++++++++++4++.++++++++++p.++++++++++++I +++++++++
I thousand I of them helped turn trip to Hrooker Friday. brother.Mr. form a contact with a live wire which f

If. the noses of the bocho bark, toward : Mr. II I II. Wasdin and son, Alvin ; W. C. Townsend I, who is spending rings, the bell. When your shoes press
2 E( Herlin. They have proved their ability Riley Wiisdin and, wife, made a business the summer at his home at Salt against your corn it pushes its sharp :

as fighters to the complete satisfaction trip to Staike Friday. Springs. was in town Monday returning roots down upon a Kentsitive nerve i
of the AH-Iligest./ His boast- |I :Mrs. Thomas and daughter of New to the Springs Tuesday and you get a bhock of pain. No Time

: T oil "shock troops" have been given n River were the guests of Mrs. J. C. .Mrs. B. II. Ambrose spent' Sunday Instead of trimming your corns, I
a. hol'k instead. (,if dealing one out. Harry Wednesday and Thursday. in Jacksonville the guest of her sibter, which merely makes them grow just i \ .
'I. / Hut after nil, the greatest effect of Mr. Chesley Fogg and wife made a" :Mrs Nellie II. Helton. step into drug store and ask fora
'f I 2 the victories so far is not in the mismess trip to Gainesville Tuesdy. Mr. Hen: Cordell spent the week end of any -
quarter of freezone. This
ounce
an
ground taken ; lIor in the number of Mr. J). J. liyrd made a business trip with his sister. in
Fla. while
Oakland ,
i will cost but little but is it is sufficient -
Germane to Hrooker Tuesday.Mr. very Like The
ii that have been led hack of away he also visited Orlando. I II
the allied lines as prisoners ; nor in I' A. EnniH" Wauchulu, was a :Air. Sam Singer and) mother motored to remove every hard or poft I :
# I the immense booty captured from the business vi titor here Tuesday.Mrs. \ to Gainesville; last/ Sunday. They corn or callus from one's feet. A few j---

: I I llecuix *nomy; nor in the /guns and r J. L. Surrency and two children were accompanied home Monday by drops applied directly upon n tender,
.1 ( munitions of war thnt they have been I II. D. and Jessie Lee, are visiting :Mrs. Samuel Singer. aching corn stops the serenes sinstant-

s obliged/ to leave behind them in the her parents for a few days Misses. I Henrietta Rosenberg/ Yoland ly, mind soon the corn shrivels up so PresentToBuy
dosperato attempt to save as many I The stork visited' the home of !Mr. Jones and Mildred Lee spent' the weekend it lifts right out, root and all, without

men IUI po sihle. All these have merely and Mrs. Tom :Mills Wednesday' eve- with Miss Mabel Brown. pain. This drug/ frcezone is harmless
been incidents but not the I ning, leaving them a fine girl. :Mother -
pleasing/ quite u number of Lake Butler people and never inflames or even irritatesthe
., all-impoitnnt ones. and child are doing well. attended the revival meeting at surrounding skin.-Adv. (141))
t J The main sources of congratulations / Mr. and !Mrs. :Marshall Hurgess of Miller lust/ Sunday.Mr. .
have been, in the increased. morale Alabama who have been visiting her : C'hns. Floyd, who is located in - -
rl" of the allied( forces and the defttrurtlnn parents. !Mr and Mrs K. W. Suirc-ncy Jacksonville*, visited Sunday here with For Indigestion Constipation or I
;$ of I the confidence in their invincibility lift Thursday for< i Tnmpu, where she his mother and sister. Biliousness
t. : of the Cicrniunt As tho will visit her I'uthel'Ir.;: Jesse. Sur- Mr. S. !Sternberg' of Gainesville\ Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS

.J. confidence of the Huns has been broken I rency.Messrs.. spent Sumlnh"''* with his daughter, WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
/
t.:.. \ down and (1.' tr'oy'eI. I in the same : I:. W Suirencv and Willie ;Mrs. B. Kemberg.Messrs Laxative pleasant to Lu!..... Made and I
hatb. .r< th. been in- Shaw made, a business' trip to Sturke I
J J' ratio it al'ii-M : Tommie Hewitt mind Fred recommended to the public by Paris Medicine !-
\
; creased. Sat I t IIrllay.p ; ROOFING
longer
.. They lire no \ fighting/ fowl motored to Worthington .manufacturers Laxative Promo
11 hopeless mid desperate light.a' I :Mr. anti :MrVeslpy! pval werelnisiniss
I \ Springs! Sunday. and Grove's Tasteless chill Tunic.
America has changed all that. Every- visitors to M.irku Friday. Mrs IJick.rt'and children of Quinine | I

body but th.e kaiser knows what the !Mrs Rob Shaw' and two daughters. Worthington Springs, passed through I II
end must be. It may be a long time Rossie and Ks.sie, Wuuchula, have hc'rcIonduy: afternoon en route to 4 + + + + + + + + + 4' + + + + .6 I
.'I coming yet, hut its coming/ is inevit- I returned home, after n pleasnat. Lake City after spending some time + LEGAL NOTICES 4 A car load just deposited in our

able. The tivili/ed world has visit with relatives nnd friends here with relatives there !Mrs. Dickert expects + + + + . + + + + + + + +
creed it. The kaiser as a relic Ih'-// Miss' Mctii I .nalI. of icksonville. to move to St Petersburg. NOTICE' TO DFHTOKS AM: CREDITORS.All .
barbarism must go. visited. the Womlmen, Circle here oninihmy Misses. Nona Alderman and Omie pi nnns imlttiNtl to Ihe entail. of K IAbvrnathy. >. I for
ware rooms
..- afternoon. luttt of flrailford county tlt'ccnsed', you.Prices .
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'i' I Scarborough, two of Lake Butler's accomplished are renuttited to pay their said dibtn forthwith .
,J, HAI'SO'lSEWS: : / : ::0.01'1':1'1; : :Mrn. 1.la'lIloIuines.: : of :Monteoeha violmsts, left !Monday afternoon anil all pi'raonti hnvinit claimH against I
.
I and sister :Marshie. Turner of RoclwlJ.nttl'l1.I"cl ,
to assist Brother Hendrix ina duly mithentiifttiHl within one year frnm this
July 21. Mrs.V.. T. Gill the Woodman Circle here on revival there. the Httid twtnti are requctttvd to iiremmt thsm I II
'J I Sampson, meeting! dnte. ur thiy will be forever barred.
" 'i ami children of Savannah fin, are Friday :Miss. Josie Parrish. who is taking ateacher's rhm" the llth day of July 1915.Sire Right
.;; ",,,',ulinar a few weeks here with relatives ;Mr.: L. C. Smith returned Wednesday course in Gainesville spent Alva Abtrnitthy and Odcll Abernalhy,
, :;' Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott.Mr. night after a pleasant. visit at last Sunday here with her sister ;Mrs. ndminiKtratix nnd\ udminiHtratur reni,,>etiv -
White I ly. of the estate of E. 1>. Abernuthy iltciaxed.NOTICE .
Snider and family moved here SpringsMessrs. ; II. :M Wilson.!>
'f.5 I lust week from (;ieorgia. Mr. Snider C. H Roberts and Geiger Mrs. K.: W. Hayes and) children spent 1-26."t. I I \

m has accepted the position in the (}. S. Barry nmde n business trip to Gainesville Sunday in Hampton the /guest of relatives : QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO O
' S ,' & !I.'. railroad o ic'o. Frhl.iv. Take notice that I will on Auifiut 6th 1919 ,
. { :Mr. and :Mrs. A. H. Davis, of Lulu :Mr. J. P. I Roberts ami wife were I !Mrs. lieduff! spent several days in or m.for noon thereafter pardon for an fultim I may be heart, apply
a Jitcknon. who
visitors .
to
r. sPent the week end here with their Hampton Friday evening.Mr. Jacksonville last week. I
:._ wiut convicts! of murdi'r at tim Fall Termof
daughter. Mrs. J. C. Huull'rl ; Mr. Will .Jones was transacting a business1 trip to I Hampton on Friday Jacksonville spent the week end with Hurlda. in 11)11) ,anyone dextrin may then
and there be heard the moritji
afternoon.Air. on nf the application
11 i biisines here home folks.
.1 Thursday. .
I, }1 !Messrs. S. J. Prescott F.. V Harder" and'!Mrs. A. Dyal and family, of :Miss. Bessie ]Kennedy who Is takinga T-lU-Jt WILLIAM Attorney C.for HOIXiES Petitioner.
: and ; Prescott. in Starke pent the week end here with teiuhet's Madison: ESTABLISHED 1886
1 i Guy spent Thursday course spent
b Hawthorne on business.Mr. their daughter Mrs. E. D. Abernathy the week end with home folks. :NOTICE OF (.UARI>IAN SALE J. R. DAVIS & CO.
( : and Mrs. A. K. Smith and children The Woodman Circle met nt Hampton :Mrs. J. W. Pnester and children, Thirty day after date. hereof on to-wit
the
t. returned to their home last Frtdnr: (evening, under the requestof who have been spending the past few the Honorable tilth day of G..Auxiut.... A. (;urdin.1918.,I. County will apply to INSURANCE
Thursday. They have been visiting Mills 3Ir1)niTii.Mr. < weeks with relatives in Georgia during of llradfortl County, Horldn. for an JUd"//
\ relatives in I limwthorn.M Tom Stewart was a business the sickness and death of her to toll at private mle) the ,, .-. Fire Tornado,Accident. Autmnohlla,Liability, Plaladlasv l steam B oiler, gurglaryRONui .

: ice :Mildred Gill of Savannah Ca! visitor to Gainesville Saturday father. turned home last Saturday. ilivldixl Interent each of Barney STARKE FLORIDA
and J""I.h" R Hendricktf, minor .
:Mr. .T. P. Davis and :Mrs. John Wardshoppi
who is :Mrs. lYiester has lIendri.k'l
l' visiting hero relatives here, the sympathy of E Hcndrickfl and Mary E Carrol .
were in Gainesville: Satin
i few ng _
" 'J spent n day of lust week with -
lav
p ' Miss Vive-rite of Sturke.Messrs. .
Floyd -
\ Mr. Oliver of :\lontrc1l'hn.WII" TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR
\'. ; Hiuss, I.uciun Heron and Spurkes, ,
::5 daughter I Irene of Tampa w'r'lsl- a visitor here Saturday afternoon NASTY CALOMEL =
:Mr. Jesse Odiren made business
tore here last weekMr. a
f S r : and Mrs drover Sweat, of trip to Stark Saturday.Mr. -
S Starke visited relatives here Sunday. I1n.111'4.: Odell Abernathy IKcompunied '- Starts your Liver Without Making -
i 1
: :\ : .
hyliM"1I
Mrs. J. C. Haul"I'.on11" visitor 1111'ld..innl'Y YOU
to Hampton Tuexliu. a and Mario h Dyal motored over to Ycu Sick and Cannot MAKE MONEYBut

Starko afternoon.Mr. .
: Saturday Salivate.
'.1' Mr. Jamie I ll.iinsnn of :?Micanopy
: Jas. 1 Reynolds made IusLncsstrip
n
t .k spent several dajs of last week hereon to Stark Saturday
'Ullin '"II. Every druggist in
town-your drutr.
Mr. :
Allitf Millicnn. of Hastings
"Mrs. J. 1%u,. ,\nh'eWK'U" win Fist nnd
visiting everybody's druggist; has noticed -
, visitor here
a Saturday( and Sunday Do YouSAVE
I relatives here Sunday.
'. :Mr. Johnnv Watts mind two sisters a great falling otf in the sale
in Miss Gladys Prescott slll'ntIonday: :\li8"pKIirlni.; .' i.n.l .M.iklT'i'; Strickland of calomel.! They all give the same
Starko with friends and relatives.Mr. .
,; of Hrookor.v -re visiting relatives reason. Dod on'. Liver Tone is taking;
.
E: K. H-irdee was tansnrtingpusiness
'in Starke :Monday and Tues and friends! here Saturday and Sun its place. IT?
day. .In)'. "Calomel is dangerous and people

2 -_ _. _ _ :Mr and Mrs. Strickland and two know it, while Do son's Liver Tone is

(,():'mt\ MirrIN: : ,\PI'OISTFIl FOK daughters! I.illie and Hattie, of \Valdu perfectly safe and gives better results -
spent the week end here with their
A FOI'lnli LIHEUrr: I.O\N. son. :Mr. Eliinh Strickland. ," said a prominent local drug-

KeW.. T.Id: uire. of Pnlatkn, gist. Hudson's Liver Tone is personally -
) ( C'ontmued from page one) filled hit regular appointment here on guaranteed: by every druggist who Tne time may come when you will wish you had some of the

Saturday zoning, Sunday ami :Sundayniirht : sells it A large bottle costs 50 cents, money you are frittering away today.It .
; 'nniler J\. A. Durden! A. A. I'utch Dr. il and if
<' delivered three very inter it fails to give easy relief In
S,. W.IIrnok'rJohnhl'i'l'r.K. Middletnn. : estingMminns. e-.erv case of liver sluggishness! and is easy to save, if you but make up your mind to do so.

: chairman ; :Mr .1. .\. :McAlpin of :Monteoeha constipation, you have only to ask for Make the start NOW by opening
i ( C. %V. lln/en.! : Wni M H.iru-ll. n.! II. ntti-ndcd iliunh hero Sunday.' an account with us.
j Colson. :M. P. :\laU1l'ny. your money back.Dodson's .
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;Mi'8-trs Or.i and Hex Thomas. of
: '. Graham, -W. J. Jonos. thairman ; C. LaCrosse, wore pK'u nnt visitors heretJpnrlllV Liver Tone is a pleasant-
11. Robert D .1. lI 'rd. .lamos Key- nftl'ril I ,1. Hold,
Worthmgton-. :M T.evvrctt of Sampson. (',it\ \\i.,u' iruo'ts of their Take .1 spoonful at night and wake !
chairmnn : .1. T.. Hrnwn, l{. II Huberts sister Mi". :N.; l II W\ ,lit. Sunil.iy up feeling fine; no biliousness!, sick i BANK OF STARKEState
A L It. S. :Miller) .1.f S. Howard.Therwn hcnd.uhe, acid stomach or
---- constipated
'l.! C'. .
Hi'ibergei chairman I
Worms
No in a llonllhy Child hovioK. ft doesn't gripe
Li D. \V. Moore, J. S. or cause
; Roebuck C.
s ? .0\. 'Vounerblood .\. r. Sullivan All chllilron tmuhlnl with w,.rm. have an uuhralthy incom i''',iftice all the nf'''' day like

1. Now Hivrrndrews.< chairman ruin there color In moore whld.luIH'uII""r or lrms u.mm.h hI"MI.UiKti-rhuiK.f| an.I at a, violetalomel.! !. Take a dose of calomel I County and City Depository

J. K. Ad'tins.' I II. W. Kelly. U. J KDVl.; 3 TA'rLUSII chill roNIOnivenrriiuliu'y todiy and tomorrow you will feel
Snpp, S. C. Crews. lurtwoof thn... w...kfl will vnn. ''i the hi.."". Improve weak sick nnd) nauseated. Don't losea STARKE FLA.
xi 1'ovlrff'nce--Dr. W. C. Witt ohair- ilia dl "'II..n.. stat.a t a*a i,,'n"ral :......1141.' da\'s work! Take Dodson's LiverTom's I ,
.nbl Tonic ,
h man; H. r-:. Drown. W. O. Brook, A. throw nlT or di.pd In th I whul tie w..rn".ft"..Y..ln"! liao Nature ChILI will will tin!: ItluixrliLt n mstenj and feel fire, full of vigor : I Uk d

,I II. Wil'iims, M. L. Sum'n,'rs. ( health! I'U-aiMiot to tu*<,. Uc p. rbmtl, [ : and ambition. ((11-54! =

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r W. L. Overstroot, of Lawtey, was 1 M.VRKS-UARBY B ]M Dnwllnv. tax eel, oem No 21, -. ISO f
I II I II M Itowluiit, taR col.. dim No 22! '.M
attending to business Starke
in on 1M Dnwllnii., tax ....I. com No 2A. 14.40It
I Wednesday. : A pretty home wedding took place M 1>.....lIn". lax rot com No 24, 2.4P'
I yesterday afternoon, at the homo of U M !><>\Mlii"'. tax ..,1. com Nil UK! U
Bits of LocalInformation / It M howling,, tax col.\ com No lie. 1.05 j
Hon. and Mrs. W. G. Seals' of Mr. und :Mrs.' .. A. :M. Darby, when their K M I IA."Ih,,,,. tax cod rom 1\011 :2L II V,
Hamilton were shopping in Starke daughter Susie. Elizabeth: was givenin ItI l I'nullni['. lax col, cum No -'". ::0
last Saturday.Mr. I marriage! to :Mr.: George. \\'. :Marks, II M Ih.wlinir., tax cal cum No 40. -- 1.77
of New Sm rnu. Tho Ut. Rev. EdwinG. : \ W. II. llranm-n. inplil. No'I.I. I l.r '
,. > A.I 1I1I.n.,. ", c..l.) No a!, tItriiitfonl .
: L. H. Hill and little son of'' Weed bishop of the diocese.. of Florida I Co its ilk. tun n. N... 2, '41 HC I ,
performed the ceremony in the C H..!>!.. IrnchlllK, No. 2. - l III )H .A }ltd
G..... O.. r..t.. 2.M.., Lawtey, were visitors to Starke on presence of n small company of relatives K\n; \\illtnmM. tvaclnntf. No !. .. /e.JO V
r---,. fe. ... Wednesday.Col.! Adn : teaching" No. 2. 4i 10
Ca-arnv am* T_ and intimate friends.. of the Nm- iiiliPREVENT
tn1J _. .
I family. -- --- -- -

I !. Joe Hill Williams will move Mr. and :Mrs :Marks loft on the ti
:Monday to Lake Butler, where he will o'clock train for a bridal trip. CLASSIFIED .
his law office .
I :Miss Cassie White was a visitor to .1Ia ,'Il\liclll'ton. of Hampton is visiting open __ __n
I Jacksonville Tuesday. !,\ Lucile Johns. OH'.NTY:". JUDGE'S: COURT
:'o1 Maude' : :Manning is visiting her I

I Sam Rosetiberff was a business visi- Mrs.: L. D. Green is visiting her "ou"n.Iiss: Alice Thornton, of Rai Bud Waters of the western part of KKCiISTKKKO: : Mal' hog' for strvico.N. .

tor to Jacksonville Tuesday. sister, Mrs. U. J, Clark of Alachua. ford this week the county, was tried Saturday in Ii. Hull.WANTED.. : IIOO CHOLERA r ti ti7'he
county judge's court for assault and ..
-- ---- -- - --- Powder hasa
It. A Thomas Hog !

666 cures Bilious Fever.-Adv. Ethel and Owen Grillin went down Manning: Mr. Jim' Station:Manning, spent and Sunday family with, of of bllttl'ry.Ir.not guilty: Walters/and the entered following a jury.plea .-One hundred crates tomatoes record of !II)."' per cent cures of Hog a

to Gainesville last week to visit rela :Mr. J, Manning: was impanelled) for the trial : G. :M.Itennutt. . No. I Irish. potatoes sweet Cholera. If you feed your hogs nsdirei'tcd.

Tate Denmark of Raiford, way in tives. II. T. A.I..III.,, J. A. J. McKinney pot n toes and corn daily. :'M cent* you need. never fear hog

Starke Monday and Tuesday. Little :Miss :Mildred Gill, of Savannah A. C. Cnson, A. I D. Dubone cash paid for Ofrgs.' Highest,: cash ilvli'ia nor any other hog disease.And ;
:Mrs Albert Phillips and children Ga., spent last week with little I and John McKinnoy. The jury ro- price paid for produco. Sum Koxon \ the directions' lire very simple,

Mrs. II. R. Sapp, of Luwtey was a of Sanford are visiting Mrs. Emily :Miss Vivirette Floyd. turnod verdict of guilty and! :Mr. \berg. Starko. 7-lMf! ;just 1 about what you are doing' plus

business visitor to Starke :Monday. Philips WlII'r"'IIS given a tine of $1 und ---- - -- -- -- a few cents worth of B. A. Thomas'
Mrs F. 1-'. Stump and children are costs or ::,0 days in jail.! LOST-A dragon head stick pin with Hog Powder in the food twice a week
Miss Katherine Epperson, of Lake xisiting :Mrs. Stump's mother :Mrs. -----.---_ .- diamond in mouth. If finder returns Usually though Cholera, gets inbefore I;
Fruit Jars at Cash and Carry Store. Butler is u guest this week at the Wood of Uichmand Va. to Mrs. W. M. Harvard[ 1m
('lN.tEl' BUYS! C i \U.liKJ. : same ) we know it. Then it requiresclose
home of Sheriff and Mr W. J.
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or the Telegraph otlioc n mutable attention to each hog-each hog .1
:Mr. and Mrs Hutch Hall of Lake person. :Mrs. I.. E. Moseley. of Raiford. K. ('...wurt has purchased frontRosenberg reward may be claimed. ( must bo dosed-nnd if you will dose II
in Starke the with friends und relatives
Butler were Wednesday. spent week .
:Mrs C. A. :Marks and little daughter : here ami, in Lawtey. & Moore the Fireproof -- I them us directed you will save betterthan J
Allie, and :Master: Charlie Marks Garage:: .1>Walnut at 'leet. :Mr. Cow- LOST--Sow ', I I S\111> per cent. If you don't, the }
Pan Boroe, of Jacksonville! was a of art will do a !general line of repair red and white three shouts Thomas medicine not h-
spotted II. costs
Tampa, are guests of :Mrs. G. C R. A. Green accompanied! by :Mrs. ; A. you t
visitor to Starke I
business Wednesday. work on all makes of curs and! .solicitsthe
Livingston. K. S. Johns and! !Miss Neva Turner, patronage of the motorists.. i'f' about ei"ht; months old!, two male illg'V'L not Nellie distant manufacturer
wore visitors to Gainesville Monday.Mrs. 1 Bradford, and one femulo] red and white spot -- .pay your back. Sold by R. ,J
668 cures Malarial Fever.-Adv. Stitch in Time Saves embarrassing county.Taking iJ
------=--+-- .. ted. Howard for information. K.C. S. Jones. ",Iv.

exposure, and repairs made NOWto : J. M.: Tatum, Charles Lucian Scarborough, Starko. 7-lD-L't.! :! -'.--- ,
S. T. Dowling of Raiford, was attending your buildings saves material and Kickliter, Misses Lucilo Tatum and Rig/ ChancrsIt

to business in Starke Tuesday. the rise in price. Quigley Lumber & Vivirotte FU>yd spent Friday in Jacksonville is a great risk to travel without Fait SALE-Maxwell car, 111\G\ The Quinine That uots .nor Mhct. the Hew MT'V'
II..n..f..Its tonic "mt lntlv rff ct. f.AXA-
Supply Co.George a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera equipment fine equipment andthorouKbly TIVU IlKHMOOl'ININKliihrtlrrtliailoiillilaiyUnliitne 1
of
Mr. Chas Darby Madison
spent and overhauled. Coed run- Mitt) iluvs' ln>t enlist lirrvoieiilev nor
Diarrhoea
the week end in Starke with relatives. Remedy, ns n preparation i "....1. HiftiFmht the lull tinnienntllook
:Mr. N. T. Ritch visitors nt ""Mh'lIl. ?
White and friend Tem has
Mr. as cannot bo obtained on the suing condition. Price $:!//'iO. (Iriscue lor ilia .iuf .iure vt ... W. UHUVH.' 4.>u.O I .
ple, both of Jacksonville, spent the his home this week Miss Kftie: Ritch Service Co.WANTKH. t
trains or steamships. Sales &
666 cures Chills and Fever.-Adv. week end with !Mr. White's parents, und Master John Ritch, of Sapp! Station passenger At-I -- -- -
tacks of bowel -
Mr. and Mrs J. W. White. Miss Emmie Smith, of Jacksonville complaint are :
Mr. Walter Graham of Jackson- ; and Emery Carty, of Valdosta sudden and very severe and everyone .-About 40 head of hogs ;

vville, was a visitor to Starke on Mon. Mrs. G. S. Bryan and daughter, should go prepared 1 for them. Obtainable to fatten on Hhllr.'". I'listuro will RE ;

day. Gertrude, of Plant City are visiting :Mrs. Lucy Underhill returned home everywhere.-Adv bo ready about September 1st. C.
in Starke this week at the home olMr. Sunday from Jacksonville, where she - -- -- ..----- A. Bishop, Hampton Kin : T-IH--'t.! Y

Col. A. V. Long and family are at : and :Mrs. S. A. Bryan. has been for the past two weeks n UNIFORM{ S1'S'1'EM)1'! : GKAIMNG ---- it frUSI
home now in their cottage on Kings- patient at St. Catherine Hospital. :Mrs. I POTATOKS IS TO BE ADOPTED) POrt H.\J.Jo-Gon.1: milk .cow fresh

ley lake Cars for hire on Sunday trips to Underbill's many friends will bo ,gladto first part of AitKUst. See Auernst G ;

Kingsley lake. Round trip 7ic! for know that she is doing well. I I "A uniform system of grading sweet Stern, Koute !:4, Starko. 7-2fi-'Jt.: II L !

fiCG cures by removing the cause grown people, 50 cents for children potatoes throughout I the country is "
Leave :Mike's Fruit Store every hour Geor/e\ White and Robert Temple, I I about to I be established," says the LOST Two bond of hogs, one black:

:Mrs. E. M. Johns and :Miss Carrie during the day. Parties return at any of lit. ,.-,",iviiU', 'j.'nt; Sunday herewith IStattr| :: Marketing: )Ituroau. "Several of II and white spotted other black, with I' 3J;
Darby were shopping in Jacksonville time. thc former's parents, :Mr. and It i the stales\ notably Arkansas, Virginia I white. face; marked upper, bit, in one -
Tuesday :.Mrs. J. \V. White. They returned to and :New Jersey have state grades, ear underbit in cither. H"f\lIonnhlt'i rvicio itiioi* IH; M: '; i.i. mi- 111.11'
I J.. Green lirooker.72fi'Jt.. A rrnlrmrit., with aritiirtrtiAnil hcnlintf <....Ii.
Jacksonville in the afternoon accompanied but I they dilTur in soot particulars. rewiird. A. ,
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I. \ itli* Ii I tim'tir win h prtiniptrlirHf
Miss: tidtiim' uivr
Bes..ilc'orm: l'k returned
Col.) and Mrs. A. 7.. AHkins motoredto to by :Messrs. Charlie Boas- I I Now I the United !States bureau of markets :! I .ni ndic4,.In i ', kMtillf it ninnilii' nnil. all muft / '
her home in Gainesville Friday after O'ill.Ioitt., the tentative of culu' '?...bl".. It nuikva now/rend. daily. '4 '
Jacksonville Tuesday, returning the Icy and) party traveling ,. has prepared n plan ri-:;; ;
same day. a pleasant visit in Starko und Kings- by nuotomobile. five grades und submitted, it to market I-'OU SAI.K.[ [: --One market a-c, Artnrntnn.5
ley lake with friend and relatives. bureaus follows tor at a bargain Address", A. n.Anclrl'w8 C.envn,ISluty.
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an Cash U llr .. l Iug Company Inr ManuJACK..ONVH.U. '..rfu..,.
:Men's wool and cotton bathing On Thursday", evening the Stlll'kelas.l "United !States No. 1--This gradeshall :Mercantile ('o., Itaifnrd. i ;: : .: I LOKIUA
Blanchard] Luwf'nt up to Jacksonville 7-jc-rit.: ( : 14
of iim'
>nll club entertained with a danceat con-i'-t M> sweet potatoes
suits at Stump's.J. ---- ------ j
Saturday to be with his father the armory, in honor of the Dixie of similar vnrielul iharncteristicH
: PIGS
210 POUND ( li
over :Sunday; and will (leave for the1101.th Blues of Jacksonville, who lost a game which are pinctirally' free from dirtor FOr) H.\ [.I'-f.II.1I1I1I: ( ) Klondyko. strawberry -
1 Knight of Lake Rutlor. was some time this month if Rev. to the Sturke. team/ during the after other foreign matter, front Injury plants, $2,t4)) .per I.illlll.( -I.. I"'. IIhov-'r.U;
attending, to business in Lake Butler Law's health warrants it. 7- !li-lt. With corn rt!!. hogs eat .
noon. Quite a crowd of young people dy rot bruises, cuts, scars.., disease, insects Bennett Lake Itutlor Kin. :
Wednesday.W were present und dancing was enjoyed [ .. including( weevils) or" mechanical ---- their t beads olf very quickly. The hog I
Large stock of blue and white enamel I until a late hour.Starke'n meant FOil SALM.: --2 barrows, four HOWS I Ihnt takes two or three months to I II 1

M Oyerstreet, of Lake Butler, ware just received at the Starke I __ "The diameters hhnll bo not loss rood stock ten months old.\ l D. W.Alviire I get on full feud. never brings'" you uprofit. 14 I Ii

was attending to business in Stnrke Hardware Co. baseball' tram went up to I than l l-\ inches nor more than ::1 l 1 1-2 ] /. 7-2o-l:;! \ t i 1

Wednesday.Ford Jacksonville yesterday to play a ro- inches, and the lengths shall bo not --- ----, When you are ready to put your :

Mr. G. H. Bvnvtt and family returned turn gnme with the Ilixio'I\ It 11'11. II loss than -I 1 inches nor more than II) Fill( SALT: OH UK:NT. :My homo on shouts on food begin with I be It. A. 1J) IJ. "

top and back curtain for $10. Thursday from two works' visit Those (fining wore, Harold Wall Jim inches, but the length may ho loss Cherry street. Modren convt'iiienees Thomiis Hog Medicine! lino regularly !I' :'."
:M, Leviton Starke. with relatives at Unadilla Gu. They Kicklitor Allan (t'anovn ViI'toKuhl, than 1 inches if the diameters are unriiRe and barn. Apply| to and watch your xhiiat t round\ I out ,4I' l lI
iiy 2 1..1! i inches 1 .1. K.: Kutoh or owner, .1.... "illVIII.l
were accompanied Jionie, :Mrs.: [ A. Walter Kuhl Willie Epperson, Rai 01'I1'l' I'into fat hogs in fluid ,months hog .
:Mrs Mary L. Smith spent Hunday S. Hudson, who will I spend the sum ford Epperson: Charley Hensloy] Pitt I "Anylot of sweet potatoes w h i'hm..t lams 7-2o-lt. I| and t .
Jacksonville with her cousin, :Mrs. mer in Starke. Tnmlinsnn. Levy Cllnova.rnrkit.y: the requirements of this grnde, ---------. well over01: > pounds as .. ",
I5ru.cc Smith. John. Oscar iluh'"ws.Villillm Pow- and .in addition are bright", in ,color Tor ThoLATKST high I as 210/ pounds, Figure hue average

{'ol. C. I.. I'oek is doing his bit in the OIL Nut Stornborg, Leslie Turner, i j smooth! of surface and of ii iii front : CAItl.KS: fC'I'llingIIn.1 you will see why .
:Master J. C. Alvarez! of ) i way of growing fond crops. He has Horace Wilson, Joe Wilson. shape, for the variety throughout may and the IE. A. Thomas medicine is u good I ,

ville. o! the guest of his .TIIl\on-1( growing in the northern part of tow n II"I do-jgnatod 'United Stilton FancyNo. ( I'lCIAL. ) 1. NKWS; i investment.\ Try feeding out your '

:Mrs Lola Chase. several acres of the finest rice ever :Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hitch have been I.' Front Die bugs on (Ibis plan and if you are not '.
I noon in this section and several acres spending sometime at Kingsloy] lake "(lit toil States l\r..lium--Thi. grade I WAIL XONIIte.id :> I.: more than pleased we will refund

Fill! line of fresh", garden ".....cl. Cash of unusually line corn. and last Sunday they had as visitors must conform in condition to those in IIIMV .- the rose of the medicine. J. W. Whito v l
and Carry Store. I :Mr. and :\11'". John Hitch, Miss Eflie No. I but the diameters shall be less I : ; 11)111' EIl.1.11. & Son. Adv.

Our line of Palm Beach suits will and :Master John hitch :Messrs. Eddie! than 1 1-1 inches nor more than 2 1-4 1 1--- ------1 I .. =- -. i 1
Capt K. A. Bryan returned Tuesday I be closed out at very low prices Siipp and John Sapp, all of Sapp Station inches. .-- _:.,..:==_ I, .
from Washington where he had been Stump's. ; :Miss Emmienith: of Jacksonville "United States: No. 2.-- Hhis. grade Keeps Hogs Well COFFINS CASKETS P'
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must bo free from, serious damage UH
railed on business. ; Emory Carey of Valdosta, Ga.; I I
I :Messrs. !Sheldon] Gentha: and James provided. in No. I. und the mutters Dr. Wllnort'a I tttmrdy. n'"fall : And a full line ofUndertakers' ill
Thos. M. Crouch of Raiford Epperson und Charlie Bei ,i- Ruth Manning:: :; Mr. Henry Goothu I shall not bo loss than I I I.:.! inches nor 'I r.mov.a and |>r.v.nl* worm
ergt: Campl I ley went to Jacksonville Thursdayto lh. kind w ,loh crates IIORI. Supplies
up of Charleston S. C. :Miss Nannie more I than :'i 1.2 inches
Wheeler, is spending several naval ; I It ton.. up. kfti In Kund condition -
examination for the
stand the
Starke with friends. I llowell, Vivirotto Floyd and N. T. I "United States .Jumbo.( -- This grndel h..twn. f"tt nln. and .rv.a Automobile hearse.
reserve. Both young men have returned ..il In form all MOlubl.
Ritch. must bo free from .serious damage UH r llqultt Always on hand. The bttut service ,
to Starke where they are al..n In water .v.rr hug atronKer
noted in No. 1 und, diameters shall
666: contains no alcohol arsenic, nor awaiting the result of the .examina I not bo less than I. :Ii\ 1-2: inches ) w.ak, n.l. lt> .har.. nt the lowest price Special .e

other poisonous drugs.-Adv. tion. "Sweet potatoes in this system includes I Satisfaction Guaranteed attention to telegraph orders. J

Church Notes yarns. 'Diameter'1 l' moans; the I Uud for y>nm with' hOIf.r..I"Mn.unlfornaucoim
:Miss Florence Gill, of Savannah, A social event of the w"kwas [ ] 1 by praellenl Renistcrcdmbalmer r
pleasant greatest dimension at right angles to I ...1,1 Ii''''.1' money-hack KuiirHnt (fa.. is visiting at the home of :Mr. and n house party at Kingsley lake unv portion of a central line running of ulUfartloii, Auk yunr drutdrmt t
:Mrs. J W. Edwards.Mrs. at the cottage of Col. W. T. Weeks. .. I for If ha can't aiipply: w. wl'l tStarke.
through the sweet potato from stem i Jf'gallon I VrnI/rid for 11 00.Knuklot I DeWITT C. ZONES ft
Those enjoying the occasion were BAPTISTWord I end to root. end. I ,.... [
: A. E. Wall has proved to Jacksonville :Misses Kathleen and Aileen Alvarez, has just been received that "In the first and second, grades w..... llcmailr C.,..lI Point, rl. F':1.' rc ft

as her husband is employed Hilda Lewis, Messrs. Harold] Wall C. 'lev.' Law pastor of the First Baptist 'practically free' means\ that any in- - ,
there in the shipyards. D.I Gunn. Raiford Wilson Mr. und :Mrs.: church of Sturke is .slowly but truly j I jury must not exist that will resultin -- - ----. - -

Jos. E.' Wilson. 'recovering and! will be dismissed from appreciable' waste in paring, while IIOWH V ll'll I.IVKK7/
Go to Mitchell's Drug Store for hospital treatment about August 5th. I r 'fin-. from serious injury in the third rtXNK'S llVf PILLS doves, mustard seed 1, celery seed, When you decide we'll help you f fig (:'onscfurntly| there will be no preaching and fourth grades means that the oxti ,.only '''HIIAv",Cliinn,.flnil not the .!. k0nintftfripliitf 4II

nimericks and allspice.Or ure the cost. The Quigley) Lumber & services at the church until Aug..1|.1II. nt of the injury must not exceed Calomrl....'.*. dr..dr.r nil your hl"I&III.) a '

Supply Co for improvements.Mrs. : i when the pastor hopes to be in :JO per cent of the surface and the .11 M Inntiliratly cinnlitm, il I w..h alb* r .1 Ii ...." itf .
W. E. :Midloton, of Hampton his pulpit. I possible, wastage must not cxcii'd I IDper drug 'h.f" will not .ukt'li, tfrip, iir iritnrfnro' with I

hat been a visitor to Starko several : Arthur B. Williams returned Prayer meeting Sunday School and cent."Growers. Thw Look Ub.1I'NIVKH.SITY For oae u'.ea.a.w.'M your ....... Known antl rnilitrartl b/ t' tin,
tim during the week Tuesday from a three wckk's stay at B. Y. I' U. will continue at their regular ; and others who may wishto J3o U DRUG AND CfKlHAL STOII13. :
Nashville and :Spnrtnnburg; with her ] hours, rij.'htllon und persons make suggestions dilfenng in any Male' by III*' ",.k. .* < I IMunli'd Chill Ti niSTATi :i

Miss Emma Powell has returned htistmnd. I'rivllteVilliamM was transferred connected with these departments i respect from the proposed, grades are .

home after n two week's visit with to Camp Upton L. L, last weekaid ire earnestly urged to be as faithful invited, to write to the grades and OF FI.OKIDA + t,
FLOflllt : COLLEGE: :
friends in Jacksonville. front that point will probably sailfSLPrance is possible" .standards division of the UnitedStates ,
within the next few days.vl Bureau Markets: Washing iincMville; I OIL WOMENW. : : :11. :
children :Military Training Under Army O/lirers/ Tall.lhl'I '''''''
V iummer sale of I ladies and PKESHYTKRIAN;: ton. D.I ) C.

hats. Worth $::1 to $ &.50. going \ H. Underhill Jr.. of Ft. :Monde, At thu morning service next - --- ----- I Courses in Arts and Sciences, Agriculture !) Students from :25!! Florida Coun t

fo $1.25: to $1.9S! at Stump's.Mrs. is spending a short while with relatives day the pastor will bpeak on ", sun-I WAUICASTS I'AIII HY M IKMll.Grove' 1I11.\lU' Chemical Civil Electrical: undMerhanicul ) ti111,1 17 States; 1U17-1H.! Total !951including !

---- --- in the vicinity of Starke, having :Message: .. : to a Solf-SulJicient ( Engineering Law Teach Summer School l and Short: n

:: G. C. Livingston and guest. .coming up to attend the funeral of ind nt night at 8 o'clock on 1 I .n..1; 14.h.1 .'unol ITS' College. Course.Writii.
:Mi-. c. A. Marks, were shopping in his uncle. Mr. Hardy Underbill. :Miracles of the Now Testament: the T e i'nh/blvr lI"nn'' ."rvh',' 1 "ii usJ Tuition free. Send! for ':tIt..r,1oHJltI'IIUEt ( ut onto for Catalog.]
lion. M. S. Knight, assistant superintendent furnish of the of F 'IIININMM, board avrvrr I I.! Ile \ .
Jacksonville on Monday. proof they Deity ..rtdtH" H ent A. A. : :, President. ID\VAID: CONK.\ ) roHident i
I of the State Farm at Kai- Jesus Christ and the truthfulness of .11. nklnu' buihhm h"on, .. I/u'' nr' .. I.
:Mrs: H. C. Richard and :Misses Susie ford was a guest Sunday at the homeof Us claims." If you have honest )I noel. In''Hn. A.eney. In.nrncr l.t2 noI 1 !

and Emma Darby spent Sunday :Mr. and :Mrs W.of.1.:Mrs.":ppl'r..on. :Mr.. doubts! come out Sunday night, and let .I I,tile fl, unr aearbornuvh Co Itlank InriM'ntsl and ,Ioekt, 21.I I"I' n t. ....................... ......................... .
Knight is a cousin Epperson.Oil help to solve them.
and l :Monday: in Jacksonville. us you A Knlaht .1..i.,1 work. 211 onK k
---- C. II. ACERN'ATHY. Pastor. : It "Pannell. a.lary' R""C. 126 nuK "GOING UP IN SMOKE"
made .Detroit .------- .. i
A feed and 7-horse stoves-the best : II 1'"p.II. In nlYte 9 It'r.
grinder power
and Perfection. Starke Hardware CARD OF THANKSI : II I'mholsl.r, hoard ..ruler 7 nu
kerosene engine: for sale. Starke Vapor .1 P IkutwinM' .. basal s.rvlre H 6eI
Hardware Co. Co. ..rklln.... h"It..1 Mervlrr 1 meItrultonl 2
I wish to thank the kind i friends. ( o. T.I..nl.h. pnnlme "II AoIIrN'rard I
r"nIF HHnk. In......Mt .2 n1 r 4
of the state are who so readily assisted us in our deep i
B. D. Law left Saturday for Jack. The newspapers 1 ./ .Ionkln.. tahnr' 7 76euhNrh.nl
most favorably on the sorrow following the death of the 1 J'un" -
commenting
sonville and other points for a vacation i is nut contemplation of one's
appointment of Hon. Sun H. Butch assuperintendent wife and mother. t. I.I'I.10....,.. f.n.hlnll N" .", 4 nnI 4> 1 u J |
of several days duration. the State Farm at N. T. King and Family. I 11 tcarImnuwh In.101 N" I 70', (, horn Yt (ires are very frequent .
of .
.I...... II.,)I..r hank In"'r..r .'1.. Mtn: :
I.ittletiS9: Virginia Phillips, of Raiford. As private .secretary to Governor ; - rnkr Ihlll.r sank ,intro.) N" n 1010H und ilways happen| when and where :

Jacksonville. is n guest at the home of i iMr Cotta ;Mr. Blitch gained statewide HIGHLAND(; ( [ : u,,un Nat Lit.raare.. r.... )I...k 0;" 2'\ 01 II"".IIt i , but t expected.' You cannot always JInt
I and the N rMwllna. lar .t o..n No I 211U .
and Mrs. Geo. C. Livingston.The popularity newspapers \t nllwhn". Cs. rnr. ''m t" 2 442a ?wfxja pr, '. them cither though,: they .,
I are predicting that his administrationnt Highland July :a.! I.- :Mr. and Mrs .'
\t Ilnwltnw. taut ral, rn, N.: I 2x H\: X often
the State Farm will be highly uciossful. n. L. Rigby rave a party und served! IIf howling. tAx r.l I "m N?. 4 2rrn t attributable to careless- : t
time for fall planting will goon lie has relatives in Bradford ice cream and caVe Friday, evening \1 n..line. taut ...1 rvnn. Nan 1 I r. R __ Hut you can avoij, the conseimes .
'" hi-re' and wi have prepared for it II 'I Ilnwlinr. 'Hv ,.t I ,.... S.. iih .
,county and his appointment i is par- In honor of :Mr.: Evan Wilkinson, a : , l : ft
' the hest selection of seed \I IkwltnR. 0.. r. I r. m ',.. I '.', ? by being insured with ali.iblc y
' getting: 7-2R-3t.:! ticularly plepsinR cur citizen popular young(' soldier, who has been II \I .....lIn.. Ina rol., r n. h.,. t. : ItIt : .', suit!!
> had. .J. W. White & Son. . .. company us We ropreT'
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to Franc and returned. Quite a large 1 .wlln"'' ink r'In I ) 1
It '.I' 1.wtinR' te' n9 r'ln >;n If). 1I I II 1- : Y al nt. 4>
Wilson's crowd
:Mrs. Jos. E.: cottage lit win present.Mr.
M, a Paulino ,Anderson of Archer : I. \I "...U... la' rnl. rnm. N. II .2 it. .
lake the of Wilkinson I left Tuesday afternoon .
brother Kingsley was scene a' It 'I "1'.wling. h' '" r..m \" I!. t '.1.1a .
c tog in Starke with her pleasant little dinner party Tuesdayneninjr. fur :New Haven Conn.. and he'' : N' owlinf. Ca. t ,rnm. 1'0.. I t. I .., ..
.11 d '.tor. A'l.ert' and Inez Anderson II i Those composing the. party i expects to leave for Frrime again' I II .tl I'waeg" In .1 r"nn H ',".
ivere, :Macs Kathleen and ,\il..en1. on. His sinter Miss R.i.a; Wilkin-( I I 11 .1 :UowllaR. tai ,,nl., n'r.. !...'. III .-
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II M e wIInR. fA' I con It! i
Mi-I, Orville Mnitt of Jacksonville \varez. Hilda! Lcwit.i Ella: Mae Long I ., ii, accompanied him to Jaek,,)nvltle. n" what. n.. ..'d.,. eon ., 11II JOS. E. WILSON i
rah Tied !Mondayniter! a short visit end :Mrs.[ Jos. E. Wilson; Messr C. ----.-- I \I I wllns. us .,..I.I rnm, I 19 : '
tr i his pllrr.nts.rr.:: and :Mrs. A. E.urpH D.I Gunn, Willie Epperson Pitt Tom- :NOTICEAll 1&I 1..Untl, la. rid. .''',. '. \14. I Iii .. .
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lfaittqnn Mwhew. III nil "m. 2u I I. '
!innn and Harold l Wall.. I j
:Mrn.: C. A. Knight Margaret Livingston 1 persona Interested:;: ; are '"quest- -- T'Jhlc.4.4 chill Tonic- -- i STARKE FLORIDAf i
.- Headache Biliousness, I
; and Laurie Tomlimion; have returned i>d to be present at a cemetery working -
. ''- of Appeti'c. or that tired aching' from Jacksonville, whore they I to be held at Hope cemetery Cf'lt-I: raatom vltaJuy and rnrrtt by purifying sail ,"- I .
reeling due to Malaria or Colds Fine underwent operations fui tonsilitli in n.,..Iay. August 10th. Come : rtehlns the Mil! Y u, ran wmn feel. I It..Streo4llriot ,- .
Tonic*-Adv. i'r. Kng'-r-i': Sanitarium last iveek. dinner on the ground. '...loI<" .l.ij [I./. it 1'..... UN'. ................t......... ..........t.J...111...1t ...











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!j fl lflrnrlfnrclCnuntv. -Farmers 1 I News Notes Of The Countv. :




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STATE FARM I'NDER:' : :NOTES' : HV COUNTY AGENT. :' GL'NN:' : MILLIONS: OF POTATO PLANTS:' 11.\\1: 1'0\1: rung, are here guests of their parents, Mrs. Laura Belle Wc t IIIItI;

NEW :M.\:NAGEMETHon. ; :' I .SHIPPED FROM: STARKK.) ; I Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Thompson and Mr. I dren, of Hampton are VI"ltml1,

The advantage of short staple cot- Hampton, July 'I:I.-The Red) Cross and Mrs. Starling. home of Mr. and Mrs. D W. M,4!t"

1 J. S. Blitch, for tht past ten ton over Sea Island, under boll weevil Aside from the large amounts of work rooms are busy places on each Mr J. S. Norman was u business I Mrs. Mary E. Holder l'l'ttl'ned. \!'

( P1 months private si-cretary to Governor conditions, is being very clearly foodstuffs being shipped away from Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. A"Supper" visitor to Staike Saturday. Sunday to her home at L.k,- ( i.

Catts, has been unanimously elected demonstrated by farmers in the Starke daily the potato plant indus- will be served at We are sorry to report Mr. D. L. after two weeks' visit hen. "Ith, enea V

the board of commissioners of state Brooker section Wednesday July 17, try is rapidly becoming to be one of the Masonic Hall Friday evening, July Kite very ill with fever. His many daughter, Mrs. H. S. Roebu., k. hr

by institutions to the of supl'rintend'nt -I the county agent and) party visited this importance. These plants bring on :2t.th.; by the ladies of the Red Cross, friends wish him a speedy recovery. Mrs. U. Sullivan, of HIII11I.t'n., ,
$ position section and one of the best cotton an average of $2.50 per thousand, and the proceeds to be used by the Hampton :Mr. Clinton left last week for ManI I itmg relatives here. IS ru.

of the State Prison Farm at fields ever seen under weevil conditions during the shipping season the depot Brunch for the purchase of work ning, where he has secured employ I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. lIlIl\an ,,

!Raiford, and 'will assume his duties was. shown the party by Mr ''platform is crowded with crateR of material. An invitation is extendedto ment. I children spent Saturday night( '

at the post of duty August 1, Capt )D John S. Shriver, of Brooker. these plants awaiting shipment.. During -, all to take supper with them on that :Misses Euln and Peculia Norman, I Sunday with relatives at Hampton t'.;'

1 W. Pun iK, > upeiintend at the pris. This cotton in the Cleveland Big the past season, T. S. Williams'evening' at the Hall 'listead of the regular of Vanderbilt spent several days here Misses Florence Hall and n,

c n fr h"iv in resigned. I Boll variety and! is! well fruited almost one of the largest growers and shippers supper in the homes; a pleasant last week, guests of relatives. I I :Moore have! been on the siik li't is1

Secretary lllitch ill unquestionablY to the top. Of course the weevil is at of plants, was unable to till one evening together/ is ussurrcd, and the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Manning and I they are much better at this, bu'

one oflho most popular men in Florida work i nlhis as in nil cotton fields but I order for $701) worth of plants owing price of 60c each will be used for the daughter, Miss Gertie attended I Mr. and !Mrs. I D. W. Mon, anol writint,|

j und,) richly deserves the position to the cotton fruits rapidly, makes a very to the great demand, and the consequent -I' relief of "our boys." church at Heilbronn Saturday. I I dren Cecil and Howard, wtrois. ChL

which he has been .plotted. Ho is a large boll and the texture of the boll scarcity of the plants. The many friends of Mrs. N. 1'.1 Mr. D. B. Browning was attendingto to Hampton Saturday aftrrnion

hard worker is true and loyal to his is such that the weevil rarely over attacks This industry received a boost this King/ of Starke, were shocked with I business in Starke Saturday. I Mr. and IIrs.Vill11ont Brui. .
the time is a boll that has become well year in Bradford county because of the : grief, when the news of her sudden Dr. E. L. Biggs was a visitor hereon I a few days last week with j pg' '
friends and at neverunfair i 1..latlt
I same "1I"t." quarantine( restrictions put on several death Monday afternoon was phoned Saturday.Mr. 1 at Hampton.Rev. !!

in his dealings with the pub The county agent advised the general counties in the state on account of the ; here. The sympathy of the entire O. F. Phillips of Jacksonville, I G. A. Prevatt is '|1un.. -rk,
lic. As superintendent of the prison planting of short cotton last potato bug. No plants are allowed to community goes out to Brother King came down Sunday, having been called was not able to fill his alii

# j. farm, all of those traits of harnctcr, spring in the fato of the second< year be sent out of these counties in order I and the grief stricken family.J. by the Local Board to appear for I here at the Baptist chuith I..Ppolntme' [ '

( together with his fIdelity to right- infestation of the boll weevil and the to control this pest and this calls for W. Nimmo of Miami is visiting examination Monday. I and Sunday. sltJBh.'

i his ever-considerate thoughts for oth- farmers of the Brooker section very Bradford county to furnish more than his mother, Mrs J. W. Nimmo. Mr. D L. Phillips was a visitor to I 1 Quite a crowd of the v

I ers, make\ him the ideal mnn for the readily accepted this advice. Mr. ever of this! great food plant. The I Mrs A.V.. :Milton of Macclenny, Starke Monday. I from here attended! the unu f0u-

position. Shriver who is a merchant as well as growers of the county have been care : visited the bedside of her sister, Mrs.P. Mrs. A. Crews and baby visited relatives tion". party out at Lnki-\l'H..rlerl'l'i
I Mr. Purvis! has been superintendentever II farmer, saw the advantage of the ful in the past where they bought K. Knabb, during last week. in Starke Monday. I night l at the home of Mi alld 1 Mr Fridit! ,.

since the prison farm was established short staple cotton and secured a liberal -I plants with the result that Bradford Mr. D B. Browning and family at- ;I J. Collins and report a nun. time j

'UI I and has made the farm a supply of seed 1 which were sold) is entirely free of the potato bug. I HVKtS1EWS: :NOTES tended! church at Ileilbronn Saturday i A party composed of Mis I ,r>. G.J1.

credit to the State. lie has accepted to the farmers at actual cost. The A great many growers of the county evening I and A. L. Bennett Will .].J..nc- i I'
\ with the stale highway de- wisdom of such a change; from Sell shipped their plants direct to their I Dukes, July 16-Mr. Clarence Scuff Mr. W. I,'. Godwin, of Waldo visited I Youngblood and Mr. Sapp. ,>t r RaifOrd A.
u position Island to short cotton is now being customers and the Telegraph has no was. a visitor over Worthington at the home of his brother-in-law, Mr. I motored down to Geneva I I.ak., ,. vatai

: partmc'nt. clearly demonstrated! on a number of means of knowing how many has been Springs! last Sunday afternoon.Mr. II. S. llilmrd, Sunday. I day afternoon on a fishing:

M. S. Knight, who has been with farms in this very prosperous section sent away in this manner, but we give 1. L. Simpson was in this burs I Plenty of fish wore secure. I and, trip.
i the commissioner of a riculture's office of Bradford county the figures of many growers ant ship- last Wednesday. ;I! Kie\I>FOKI> ITEMS r..nortt.,1. n ...,."n,1 time nn"h.L they
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for a number of years has been The county agent is continuing/ pers as was possible to get in touch Mr. Charles Floyd.of Jacksonville, 1 Samuel' and; ; Percy Woodward i t

elected assistant superintendent! and efforts( to supply all club members in with. was a truest of Miss Nettie Dukes' Bradford, July .t.-Mr. C. M. An- visitors to Hampton Tupsdiv,!: after.u e"

will devote hm time to the farm workon the county with pigs and during the T. S. Williams _________ ___3,000.000 Sunday afternoon. dreau. who has> been in Gainesvillefor noon.

the place. Mr. Knight, like Sen- last week five purebred, rl'lo'iKtpr..dIZ'iltll C. S. Durlmg .__.. __.__ 2,000,000 Mr Jimmie Nesmith, of Ft. Call!, the past week, returned home on I C --

nlor hutch, 1 is> both popular and capa wore delivered to members of the N. B. Hull ---------- -_-- -1,000,000( was a guest of Nita Dukes last Sun :baturdny.; MILLER
ble. hiP'. club. J. II. and T. M. Williams .. 300,000 day afternoon.Mr. Mr. Clayton Scarborough, of Starke,

!' J. J. Truby ___ _________ 100,000 Shepard Dukes, of Miami Is1
t Wdnesdav.. July 17 a very interesting h spent last week withII'! Sumner An- T. II. Watres and son, :Marion
meeting of the Brooker Pill: For the past several weeks approximately visiting his mother here lo.te days tended the funeral of Mrs iu
SORE-HE)) dreu.Mr. C. J.
; Club was held at which County Agent 200 crate of corn, beans tomatoes J Mr. W. II. Shriller anti son, Harrell, Sumner Andreu and! sister, Miss Knight at Swift creek last : .

. ?, Soro.head, or rhitken-pox, is widely Gnnn Mr. G. L. Homngton of Gainesville and okra have been shipped made a trip to Lake Butler last Tuesday Blanche, were pleasant visitors to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Monday'
1.1 1.1f
f .; spread Ma I. E. S. Truby and C. Mr. M. A. Dukes and Mr. Masonfl5i .
-. t in mOht southern states. and IX thesI' Matthews of Starke. met S. Uurling being J.// ,, C. II. Nevvsom and sisters, i Monday.
went clown New Rivpl' fishing .
with the boys and offered( words! of largest shippers. nfl- :Misses Kuth and Alta were guests of Eugene Douglass mad !"
much loss
; uf :
A' flocks
cause : in poultry i 'ismta
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'>l L1'L in Cuba It is loss likely to appear in advise and) pneouragomont.: The season for shipping of ktraw- have! last week, but luck.think they did not Mrs. C M. Andreii Saturday nfter- trip to Lake Butler lust I F day:

h'l 4i a flock in pleasant weather than in After the meeting the party with berry plants is now opening and small very good i noon. Mrs. J. M Moitt, of Lake Uutlw..
1 t wet dnys of summer, and the spring the county agent visited the farms of lots are being shipped away. The Miss Maude Floyd of Lake Butler, Mr. Sumner Andicu was the guest visiting her parents :Mr .11 i i Jin.
NJ and autumn outbreaks arc seldom hard !some of the club members and saw heaviest shipping month for thin pro- last was a guest: of Miss Nettie Dukes I, ,of Miss) Ora :Mae Mclvip Sunday after- Roland Thomas.

$ I to handle some very fine pigs. duct will be September and the shippers Sunday. i noon.Mr. I :MISH Inez Barefoot, of Br,,, ker, a!.
Mr. Ranee Thomas of Lulu made''
State Agent Hornngton who visits T, B. Edwards: and. family were
,
. It Sore he-ad is a germ disease, having are preparing for the rush that : tended church here Wedm'sd u nigh
I & u j period of incubation, and a historymuch club members all over the stale, in will undoubtedly come within the next a trip Mr. to R. Jacksonville It. Warn lust Wednesday.this |the guests of Mr. Odis Burry Saturday Dr. J. M. Mann, of Ink'. Butet: ,
nommonling on the work done by few weeks. was in burg evening.. I ,
4 made
visit h
like that of meiiklcs or gcarlet a professional ">" Thunday.
last -
it fever ill children. One attack is all Bradford county boys said ho has nut S Wednesday.Mr. Sumner Andreu and) sinter, Blanche, : .
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seen finer pigs in the state than some Desmond Dukes and brother, visited Brooker :Saturday; mOI'ning.T. I I
: that comes to any chicken. If a PROTECTING: THE CORN: Earl made Brooker last LeRoy Micelle of Worthn!\irt.n u:,
to ,
the Sun-
club members of this county are a trip B Edwards! and son, Charlie, I
tended church here
, hen
old
L grown two or three) years is raising. FROM: \\EIA1LS. day afternoon. 1\ I Sunday
I exposed to the disease and does not Jlr. Lester Shaw brother I were business visitors to Brooker Saturday. Mrs. :M nnie Powers, of ,Jal, k.onrlUe
and sister
The club boys not of Brooker I IMr.
only
become ill with it, it is because she had i visited, relatives here last \\'p..1.I,
Fra/er
L hut over the entire county arc as en- Corn weevils! lay their eggs! in the and Maude, were over at : Lee Hariell of Jacksonville! is i, :Mr. und
Mrs. C. H
'p the disease when There is Hair JB. o'
younge thusintic and determined a bunch of grain before the corn is matured) in i j Worthington last Sunday afternoon. I visiting his hrother11': Wade llar- ,:
r perioil of to thirteen after XVoithmgton, attended thui,+! h,1"
u seven days, I
S "farmers to he" as could) be found anywhere the field. Varieties of corn having an :Mr. R II. Thomas and, wife have 1'1'11. this wctk. !I t

thu chicken is infcUod before anyKOI'eH rind| it is safe to predict that open shuck usually have more weevils [ boon viSiting at nke Park Ga., returning Mr. Wano Crews is very 8 l'k at this Friday J. J. night. .
j or ulcers This ; Biollmg, of Provulenc
explain vasu
appear ,
these will than those with n shuck that home last Wednesday.
youngsters Bradford heavy We
put writing. him
outbreaks the of hope a speedy recovery this community day last' ek
following buying one *
well end Mr. L. A. Pinkston
county on the map in hog raising comes over the of the car. made n trip over ,
breeding stock, birds! become Infected! I I I 1. G Crawford marie .''a 11
when they. render of their The corn should be shocked in the to Lake Butler last Saturday. ( .
report Rememlxi the
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before shipping und develop Hore-hoad :Mr. protracted melting tri,> to Lake Butler one dav h. sM.Mr. t
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work this fall. /lielil; this will leave most of the weevils Ben Donison and wife were vis- tarts the second
several I : Sunday in August I I and l Mrs. O. V. Brook-. ,,: ..
I I' days after their arrival. --- ----+-.--- in the shuck instead of bringing tors over at the home of Mr and :Mrs. and till the Piw'clonco
i iI runs! fourth '
e 4 The source of infection, it. in the r\RM I.RS.VIIO It.MSi': CORN: them into the crib with the corn The I K. II. Thomas! last Sunday.Mr. I Harley Andrea the hunday. ntondeil church h1, i "e suurdi;
: blood of thu ill chick in the soft I I 'I was guest of night and Sunday.
parts shuck is no protection to the : J. C. Ward, of Piovldence,
grain waR
I AND: I IIU'i i: II' C. ICOUN: I). itT: ]Erte-11; I hdwnrcls! Saturday.Humnir Miss ,
!to"" of the Hiubs, and in the discharge from CEHTH'IC.\'rES -io mil after it is. placed in the crib, hut in this burg with plenty of chickens Andreu Lorene Alderman .f near
i the ulcers, und pusibly from the mucous WHEAT ruthe-r it Interferes with successful an eggs last :Monday.I I :Springs:;; visited Worthington Lake Butler, spent the w< ,1 1""' mi

.' 1;. ,., of DOHtriU and mouth. In pio- fumigulion.Caibon I I I Allen Thomas, of Ford Mill C.1.: Saturday. :Miss, Sallie Waters
.
f Andii-u was It visitor over in VV. H. Moran, of Lurks.. R '
thu
, ( venting t-picud of thu diM-use, und made a business trip to Luke Butler' rain
In view of the fact that bisulphile is the only Alachua .
tremendous material Sundiy evening.
n / this dav ,, eil
fl. in stumping it out, thuuc ,tacts should faRt :Monday. I community ono "
'I.,' help you Dry sunny conditions hinder 11'up" of corn i is now reaching maturity required for fumigation. Be :Mr Earl Dukes! made business'i I' Ir. C. II. Nc-wsom and Miter, Pay :Misses I Lottie and! :\111"i" :"tokc.
i: the hpieud of More-head in the state of Honda and in Mire that the loom, or crib, is. tight, trip to Mnrke lust n I" \isitod Mrs N. (i. Ilajes Monday of Lake Butler, spent th,. wi-'k H
germs.! Friday.
order to the f who haveso nearer nir-tight the better. The I Coy Edwnids has ,
1i proleel lament gas! :Mr. been on the sick with Miss Elsie Htok .
Damp, lark conditions favorable R. J. Andrews ( >
am was in this burg
given off I
list
liy thu chemical kills tIme this weck..Mr. .
). to IoI"'Nldill it I through' your Ilo<'k. Jo'ally'spondell to tho government's last Tuesday T. G. I'clJk., "r Stt i '. itcn*:
cull I to produce more food. Federal )- weevils, and this: must not be allowedto I : P. M Harrcll and. G N. )Edw.uds : !- church
here .
:
Soieliuucl Sunday.Marion
\ : 18 not caused filth
by The :III'. J. S. Howard successful ,
Pood Administrator Brnxtonlliuiham eseupu crib should be ceiled, a farm- '" visitedoithmgton
,I- dump houses, pour' feeding, or low i ): of Orlando. has authorized have a tight floor, and closely I fitting ei', will have Spanish peanuts for sale- I morning' Sunday : to Lake Waters mad' ,' .. .',"HI
trip '
Butler
Satui !'
.. vitality. It is the combination of sorehead windows. and lie he thinks it would) 1 have iv ring
, Ihe use of a new fnrmei's certificate, doors. The amount of says boon Not Edited Miss '
with something else that makes! the carbon host if farmer this. I -_.. Henrietta Rosenberg Muden
\\ huh will enable the farmer who produces bisulphide to use depends every in section ) -- ---
the disease so dreaded in the wet, days on the size of the crib und had l plowed up all of their cotton I Jones of lake Buti' 'per
. uf lorula' summers. : corn and has it ground) into meal not thenumber annplanted H\1'1. the wook end with :Miss :Ma lien
/t or grits, and who produces other crops of weevils or the amount of peanuts.Mr. r. ,.'
'" I A. Roberts tau
Sore liead is commonly spread and! familv
by which are listed as wheat substitutes, corn in the crib. The material : R. B. Bostitk, stock claim 1!
evaporates Sapp
insect agent i July :Jl-On Butler
; life, by the mites und Sunday a fine attended church hen -rnndaj
though cases have been known mosquitoes to to purchase from the retailer wheat ,readily and forms a heavy gas of the A. C. L. Ry. was in this section ': rain, one of the best for a long time, N. H. Stokes made a bu'incst tn?

1 ; ."I' follow minute scratches in the mouth flour without buying additional, ) sub which penetrates downward through on business last Thursday. I IMr roke the diouth that was becoming to Lake Butler Saturday ,vimtig,
stitutes. the corn, killing all insect life. There Allen Green of Brooker s seuous to the farmers :Miss
or newly made punch marks in the was but now an' Inez Barefoot of Brook it-
I
This certificate is designed so thatit must be sufficient gas formed to fill in this section last abundant of I
1 feet of little chicks. The buzzard eats the Thursday. crop corn is: practically tender! church here Sunday,
bp ntmtoil for others room, otherwise the air will dilute
ran ororors
or usHurred.Mr. "
It dead. chickens, Horc-headed ones too,- have thorn l- the and the weevils :Mr R E. Punish, a farmer near I .. -- Ralt'il'h R..ilJinO'_ nf p.nv"f'nr WI
who use for and farmers gas will not be I '
-' 1 uriu niB Iii U1IIJ5>I may eiring me ens- I killed. here, was in Thursday.Mr. : 31. lintnie, of the large mill near 'in this: ionmrnunit' Sunduy i evenirj.
when They must be
the certificates in contact with
cnn here
I '1 at the grocery store for their supplyof gas 30 minutes or more. was lightful ride in his I Edwards, of Bland,
from to
u iie-ighbor. here car Worthington
Ihe Trc-atment wheat flour, the only requin.nwntsbeil1lC Use 2 pounds of carbon bisulphide in this burg last Wednesday.Mr. :Springs; where a live days Alaehua county, attended the slrf
,) that the must know beyond for : S. M Dukes and outing hero Saturday.
There is ono that has grocer every 100 cubic feet of space in ( family were was enjoyed. I
remedy
the uppiavul of won all doubt that the applicant is the crib; that is, if the inside dimensions visitors of !Mr and Mrs. T. A. Dukes Mrs. J. P. Sapp I is still enjoying her Mr. and Mrs. O. L :Micelle of
t many poultry owners,
1 r that is, the daily use of flour of sulphur nctu.illv: a farmer and has really produced of the crib are 8x10x5 ft., or 400 last Sunday afternoon. visit to Jacksonville. Worthington attended church hires

i given in the mush. When sorehead this, substitutes as claimed. cubic feet. 8 pounds of carbon bisul- Not edited or paragraphed.. __ Arch Proctor, of Lake Butler, was Sunday.

uppe-urs, your best, treatment is Mr. Boucham has> also authorized phide will be needed. If the crib is here three days of last week, Tues I -

to make your mash 5 per cent flour of thu use of miller's certificates bywhicha not tight, increase: the dose according (m.II.110TES: : day Thursday and Saturday, and cer- GUILFORD

' tiI sulphur, keeping it before all your retailer is privileged to buy meal or ly. The carbon bisulphide is poured Program of tainly enjoyed himself. I Guilford July 23.--Rev' Chest
theGs'aham
poultry. 'I hut is take !)5) pounds of grits, or other substitute from a miller into open dishes and these placed on School. High IVlix Long of Starke, was a busi I Johnson, shipyard worker at Jack'1Iville '

a your common mush and ull 5, poundsof taking a certificate of purchase top of the pile of corn. Repeat the The pupils of Graham ness visitor here Monday and as us- I spent the ell rly part .>; the weft
school
the fine sulphur to it. )Feed this and submitting this certificate dose every four to six weeks. One on cal u hustler.Mr. i with his mother, reluming to nlll' WOl

I/ u .' for 5 days' then omit the sulphur for to a wholesaler or jobber fumigation is usually not sufficient, i/ed Friday the afternoon WiIson-McAdoo: July 12, J918organ-: ,, :M. Gothic :Mr. Ruth !Mr. J. P. I Ion Tuesday. ,

l t 2 days, und follow this pfun for :.1 in lieu of an order for wheat Hour as weevls; will continue to hatch from with Alvin Wasdin.debating soCiety Sapp Mr John Ritch and family Mr. I :Miss Julia Anderson, of nPllr'rJ') "

Weeks. substitutes. The wholesaler or jobbercan eggs not destroyed. :Marvin Odgen, vice-President president; C. D. hupp, motored to Lake Kingsley dOnce. was the guest of :Miss E:5t:;

Epsom sails is! also used by sonic in turn use this! certificate for his Carbon bisulphide. is most effectivein :Murrhee, secretary and ; Oliver Sunday. At Starke they were joined Douglass thu early part "if ;:aiI i \\' "

It should be used carefully and is seldom purchases, making( ;II chum transaction warm air. For fumigating, choose Williard Smith treasurer; by N. T. Ritch and quite a number of returning home Friday afternoon
'u of much value after the first dose. t that works no hardship on any n warm day when tile temperature is The president scrgeant-nt-arms. others. A very delightful day that I Rev. J. R Eubnnks fillec. '""- *P
appointed :Misses
ti A denier and relieves them from the 75 degrees F. all enjoyed. lair appointment hero (Or5
4 clelll'illl; out of the howell! in always or higher. Begin the Frances Murrheo, :Mabel 1 prciuttmir
good tientment in any disease with necessity of buying their substitutes fumigation in the morning so that the :Mr Alvin Wnsdm to write Byrd the and) !\II'. N. T. Rltl>h- Mra Dannie Howell !I this week

fever, but it i is needed curly und.) sd. from the same one who sells them full effect of the gas will be secured.If and by laws. constitution Miss Vivierette Floyd, visitors -1 :Mr. and :Mrs. M. A. The.ma* ,

dom nion than once l psoni falls thl'irlour.. In other words it permits the gram is thoroughly dry and IVogramme Committee. Prof. H. here again last week. were -f.'tlte'i

can lie luldvd. to the drinking water or the mills to sell their meal and grits mature, this fumigation: will not injure B, Wiggins. Misses Olive :Murrhee: and : MMru.u1'- Sapp, :Mr :M Gothic nn-l'!':i brother. :Mr. E. B. ThomaFr ..
to letuiles Prot.den'e
to u mOIHt mush, so that each chicken and there are hundreds of germination even if used much Ruth Smith. i Mr. Jim Anderson, of near
were again
,. of three mills in Honda which will be bone-fit looking at the was this ,"mmun,
t r- I to. MMpounds of weight getsoneiiaitii ted stronger than 1 is> here reeommende'il. Weeks news by Frances Murrhce, timber and< surveying lands. seen in
| tciisponnful or less.. Un- by the new order. But if the grain is: moist or soft, the Mibcl Byrd, Bertha Sloan. The regular I i inlay.
: clor th,' use of flour of sulphur some :Mr Boucham has also established 1 germ may be injured. When the corn Program July 2i( Friday afternoon lodge. No. 24 1 are meetings the first of Sapp Dr. King: of Lake Bulloi i maJe''

I % ('hickl'nllill lull to show any symp rulings! that cover this and these rulinJrs is placed in a tight crib it passes> Debate: Resolved! That tire is: in each month and the Saturday call out to :Mr. J. .E. Dougl.w/ Sat':

'- toms of %on. Iwad: |, jot they may be have been sent to all county administrators through a sweat, (causing some heat, more destructive than water will be of especial interest next meeting: duyI '
having a nnld altai'k that will prevent in the state, making the which forms a vapor. The treatment Affirmative Alvin Wasdin Williard ors In good: standing and visit-I I A large crowd from here attej*,
will be -
welcome. /;1dLlY.
conditions the
S them having it lutir. new __u_clear__. _to_all. __ should not be applied until after this Smith and Olive :Murrhoe John McCormack and family 1 .burial of Mrs. C J. Knight
As helpful in preventing an outbreak healing; singe is: passel, as: the two NegativeFrances: :JIurrhce :Ma- here on business few were '
of sore-head. BOLL() WE.\.: Ir.s B\l :' a days| ago. John Mr. J. E and wif 03de
I NEAR
Hour of sulphur LULU gasses combined! may injure the germ- fuel) Byrd and) Ruth Smith is a fine farmer Douglass
1 is> advised Fur this two lo three ination. Recitations business trip to Lake Butler ne
1'1'1'l'l'nt by :Mattie Odjren' Edna Elijah Stafford
S Is came on a visit to last week.lion. ,
euongh. 1'emeniber that all A communuatic rrd" a farmer CAUTION-Carbon is Pukes Robert Price his sisiter, :Mrs. I
bisulphide Bryant
before
,.,: this! lienlnient of will not excuse taking in the western part of the county inflammable. Keep lights and fire Reelings: by I.ctta FORK! Bunnit for the army. leaving i,I child' this. J. E. Douglass: ha a tel-(nell'
proper care week. His mam
your poultry. AvoidI
sheds Graves .o.rtha.Sl Not
un interesting edited.
light the uway. an.
: on .
activities .
I tho four D's wish the ,
: dark, dump, dirty, disease child a nnpp.lv reep'rMr.
;
I or the boll weevil in that sec Owing to the of song, America7th, Ilralie.ver'body .
Ii infested) houses. I uncertainity sup : : J. f). Douglass$ ami vil*
Wur lomltlions demand more eggs tion. It follows: plies of carbon bisulphide it is advisable cordially invited) to attend THERESS Worthington, accompanied( '

-, and, poultry Sore-head outbreaks-:' Dear Editor:-I nnt! going to tell a to order it early go your merchant every Friday.afternoon. cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Eli: hn! O..u!

L duce lajiiiu, stop growth weaken tory about the boll weevil. I have can have it in stock. There Theressa, July 24,-:Monday night,- visited friends and relali"r

jour In.tiling. tock, cut down your I known nil along that the weevils were I are two classes. of carbon bisulphide \\OODL\\\N: PARK :Airs. John Phillip entertained a num- down here last Friday.

out put and profits Why not stamp bud Woodlawn .
out '' hitler costs about half the former Park, July 21.- munity in honor of her at 0
sore-hend At least make u !be- i no felon of the extent they would son. William, Pleasant Grove in Bak
. .t, ginning now by )preventive treatment. I in eating the farmer out of his cotton go( und it is equally us> effective for fumignlion. 'ord:Mr T. B Browning, of Rai- who departed Tuesday morning for- Saturday and Sunday. lit re ort e4
was the Camp
I itfA' guest: of his borther.11" Shelby Hatiesburg gool,
--------- :Miss.
cl : t n.HY'W.I'i:' :\ I \ : : '.tlt1.IlI.I': rop" until the other day. I heard anukil Your county agent or the extension :\ D. B Browning. There was a large crowd present: and Miss meeting.Julia Anderson Wirianierl : lrot:.
,' ii! on the end of the cotton rows :Mr. anti :Mrs Prank Crawford, of several I interesting '
; Uhin feitili/ir was cheep and! divison can' advise where it can be'' I games were play- home Friday afterm ''I
nnd whin I investigated) it, what duI Jacksonville, the ed, and ;tJt
I plentiful barnyard manure was noton..idl.I obtained in quantity at a fair price spent week-end here : they enjoyed some good music, Hurley arnes, of near LnK!
F r of much value. I > ou tl.ink( I found There wns n lady the guest of their daughter! Mrs. played upon11'1': Cox's Columbia Everybody is kindly imit'r' ' .

'N'I The nooil. and cK-nmml 1 for increased! boll weivil boiiling the d-I out of her evaporates, says John :M Scott of thl'l'II"t'r"ity [ (C.:Messrs Williams I D! M. T'j the.laphonola; They were invited.I into the sing at the Guilford ,,h 'b l,,
litllo Carter and dining
%. crop production miki-: it very esne>n- ones liecauso they would not I of Florida. xpenment sta: J S. room. where delicious! ice Friday and Saturday
tial that all bnrnvard carry two rows t the man were business visitors: to Law toy ('rram'a... served. und -_
maium betaken al sumo time. lion. By such means thu solution Thursday'. at a late hour ------
.! cure of 1111.1.I apphe.l to the' lieIllsManun uu'eh, may. I I the guests ilopnrtod.. reporting n vvi.: \ou .
far SOLDIFR
\
-- i n strength hovond thnt n <- :Mrs. Bair..y of time a nice( : ,
e'cr'o'.eei to the stun rind. rain T\lvE: ('.\REOI, .... 11I1'1'1'r: ''"imnilod, causing the denth of sonnet Green Jacksonville and bidding William farewell CAMP WHIFLrRIf ;
ut for two nr three, slays. UK-.OS n largo the animals dipped i is visiting h.'r parents :Mr and Mrs. and wishing him th. host of luck, and,
A. Green hire this week.
'ri1c: nhould percentage be' k'pt! tinder itS t't'rtilitIanurtl until: A eiimnto .1or'"I t'|," !: vat rightly It. is also important ti keep the vat i :Misses I Lois Norman nnd LoutebcU again trusting some that happy they day would all meet so, and. you desire ''HT'' "
cover .
i' is mndo. '
.
requirelit : or no care but < rod during the Carter tiny kind about him. hi1, '
& applied) to I ttu lii surl.) < rainy reason: savsMi were shopping in Law ley on :MiS. and Mrs S. Woodard
:i The value of the! limping !solutii must have atten '. :Scott:; ns IIn excess of water in Thursdny afternoon visitors to were welfare| his financial P'' "A-J
to n large i the\U-nt manure the will kind depend tion if it is to bo I"'pt at the proper the vat will weaken th. solution to I Mr and; :Mrs. II. S. Norman visited) Hampton Saturday after his dependents, nt home J

I" feed given the itimiln.' .on A rich gram of strength During tin- summer season such an extent that it will not kill the :\Irll. Norman's rar'nts.11': anti :Mrs noon.Mrs.: G. 1%!. Bennett and a letter addresscl, to T Ell "
evaporation I Is e"et".ive. which moan: ticks when used. A little care Is II. Kersey at Waller and daughter Infant son, Associate/ Field Diro. *
Saturday Ruth
ration will) proclim' of left
4 manure much| that tho dip left in the> vat will bt-come needed.) to keep the rat working at Sunday.) for liUiford. Sunday morning can fled Cross, Camp Writ
value than whi where
more 'n no grain is fed they will
concentrated or stringer us the water.I the greatest eiliciemy.\ Mr. and :Mrs Dan Starling of Man- several days with relatives. spend will 7.2tJ.tf.bring you such liformi"rl












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RIIUY, JULY 26. 191 RRADFORD COUNTY\ TELEGRAPH. STAUKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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TOWN TAX NOTICE DESCRII'TIOoJS: T. R: A.: Taxe ACoau 1'I:8'RII'TIO:: ; S.-.. T. Tia A. Taiea A 6V A

I OWNER! OWNER: CoataNFi 'S

her..by given that the following de.cri"wd land will be cold at Public Auction I SW'' of NEW A SE'S of NW'. A at NE Cor of NWW of NE's ( 1 1t

f ?! Monday in Au"u"t. 191K It being the 6th day of lard montb, at Burke: In the I SW' of SFW __ _ __ 12NI.J B 22 120 Unknown __ __ __ __ ____ a.G A run H 314'9 ft to a pt of beg v
If RradCr>ffl. Stale of Florida, or lo much thereof" a* ...11be\ "",, pay the of E'" of SEW" of NE' 'i A Wof hence W 616V ft. S SUVi\ ft E .

j,? for taxe htnln. sat opposite the same, toKdhur with the eust of rub: : tale. and: J-EV, of SEW A Sty of NV, of hWW Md'v ft. N 80; '" ft to beg _____._ 83 tta 4 A" tirUtta _--_ ____ .___ 10.28 1 ;
''II' of NW'4' A NW of SU, ft SWWof Big at NW Cur of SWV' of NhW: A P i

S\Vt4 A WVi of SEV' of SWW run S 3IV ft. F: SHIVa\ ft, N 6H4

DESCRIPTION See T. R. A. Taxe A NEW "f SEW of SWV A WVii of ft. W 8d1'y ft to big ___________ 81S 22 J R Tumor _._. _. __ 8.U }#
OWNER CostaS8 SKI of S.EW A S>n ot NEW of : .j of NWW of NF.W l,.... 228 ft qure /

01 '. and all I lot 8 of Blk C SEW; _-_ _n_ ____00-_._- ._____ ULota 6 23 119 Unknown n__ .. .. ... 2717 in hB ('or. K-10 *. AD *. In NW M
,-n'''' Add to Starke. also lot of 6. 6. Y. Ill 11. 12 In Woodluwn _n_ 12 6 22>> 60 Unknown ____ .. ? .... 1\.1111 fur of NWV, of Nr.W; : Ixlng 210 ,- ,

bounded E fcy Temple Avo. Lot 5P In Woodlawn ?_- ____________ 15 5 22 10 Herman, Shaw .. .... .... ISO 11orNW: t'nr2, ASW \3iof p /
nnd of N T Rich W by Lola, 21. .'8 In Woodlawn ______. _n__ 16 6 22: 20 1'nknown _._. .... .... 431) !llt': ,, >I""*. 10) a. In SW lor A .tripJ.'S

*,..?.... IWM S by Pratt SL__ 211 6 22 T J Alderman ---- -... 7.95 Lot 42 55 In Woodlawn .__.________ 17 6 22 20 Unknown .... .... .... 4 38 It wide off F, .101... 22 HH-IOO a 34 8 23 84 N Alva FInsy: .. .. 10,13 t !
IIh:. 1. In Livingston Truby Lot :16 In Woodlawi _.______________ 18 6 22 10 T It Iliimhy .... ._ ___._ nan IUir at SW tor i-f SWV, of NEW A tr

f bdUl.lon,, _ -___ -- ------ H 8 22 Julius Butler .. .. .... 1.80 Lot 3 In Woodlawn _ u _. _____n_ 18 6 23! 10 W S -JarlHt ____ .. ____ 2RH run K 871" ft N HUD ft W 871% ti

'tvmplo AdI.. -- -------- 6 22 Mr Eunice K Canova .. 47.70 S a. In J NE Cor of NEW of SW W____ 22 6 22: 1 F M Bradley __ ________ 2.88 ft R mm (l to big ___ u- .... 34 6 22 19 W O Oaney .. .. ..._____ HIT

[ 8 Utinirtton. Truly Co. SubI Low 11, 14. 15. Ott. Sub-d'vlelon of F'.j of SWW -_u _-_-- __. 84 6 22 M C It (;.ruli Fat .. .. __ 4J."" 1
-- 28 8 23 Rae CoRp ...... .. .... 8.00Mm Fust I.aa'tty ____ _.__ -- ______ 24 II 22 Mary McOlll .. ...._____ 1151 N'" of NW'1 of MEW A SKW of NWW

I In 0t:,' s. if Dlk C cfJo ;* Add, S\N.W of NEW of SWW_- ___ _________ 26 6 22 10 Unknown -_.. .. .______ 180 of lit:' --- -._ ______-_ ____n__ 84 6 23 80 Jos 0 Johnson _...____ 1783 r
,.rk" __._____n_..__ 8 E 0 Croft -..----- 180 N'li. of NEW of NEW of "SBVi' -------- 26 6 22 i Rufus McIUo _. .. ____ 1/.88 NEV of SFW exctpt 6 a..uwre 'In SE

'1' ** extended on Enao,.'. map Coin at bW Cur. of SWVi of SEW for. .. ____ ?_On ___on 34A 6 22 85 K L Griffi __ ._ ______ 18.fill"
Town of SUrke 28 8 22 S B Denmark --.. ...... 53.25F run E on Sec line 410 ft to a !'t. a. eu i In SU: Cor of NKW of SEW.14 S 22 6 Unknown' -. ..._ ______ 3 till

?."*nt ft square In sw'r of beginning, thence N 66 > ft K ID8 II'''U of fcW: W of bKW _..--_________..... 86 22 111 S A Carter __ ._________ 1906
rut, sWM __ _ --___-__..__ 28 8 22 W Drl"...", ... ?-... J 80Mr ft.. S 660 ft. WIllS) ft, to ben______ 28 6 22 8 Jaa W \\llllam .. ____ 820 siv4 of .SFW ._______ ____ _____--. II t/ 6 X2: 40 JI Murrow __ __ ._____ 18.OJII

tp O r of SFof SEW -. -- 20 6 22 A E Dnintcri ...... 8:85Jo Lot 31; in Woodlawn n________________ 211 6 22 10 Unknown -- __ ....____ 2.11 NNa4 n f NWW ______ _- --_____ _..___. B5 6 22 40 !Minnie tieiuer: _. __ ).62
'Blk I, In I.lvltiintUin.\ Truby A lot 11 \Soodlatvn ____ ___________ 2II 6 22 10 Unknown .. .. .. .____ 8.76 1'11\' I, of NWW Nli. of SWW ____ 86 5 21 120 .\rloI to Starko -_- _... ---- 28 II 22 W Eduarda .?.?.. 17 65 Lot 23. J8 Woodlawn' .___________ 2t 6 22 SO W L, Johni ____________ 642 S'y' of NFL i Ai F.'j' of NEW, of NWW 6NWW 6 22 100 Unknown' __--__ ______ 41 HH

V ''fi, Livlnirslon, Truby& Co Will of Lot 61 A S'.j' of Lot 68 In "f NWWWl ___ __ _______ n__ H'\ s 22 411 .' A t'oleman .- ________ 1802
.__ ___ 28 6 !23 R M Elluroon .___ .. .. 1125 Woodlawn .._ .-_ __n .....-_... 80 6 22 10 hV! Raley .. .. ______ S.418e ,. of NFW of NWV\ _. ____ -__-. 86 6 22 20 It I. Iliekey, ..- -_ ___ H74
.f Plk R1: in Livingston Truhy SWW"' of NEW' A J<;W'. of SCVi______ 11 6 18 Inham ihuina .... .... 943 S'j' of NF'4: NN4: "' NWW --_____ 4W'j 1 2" 120 A It Shaw .. ._._ u 116H
I. ..lib div _ _u ______ 28 8 Z2 R M Ellonmn. -.-. ...... 919 WVii\ of NEW of NE':W A NWW "I NEW of M.W: i'f NWl . ._ _ hh. BS'.j \ 1 2" 20 II W I'lnhiiUuir __ .-..._ a.44
1'lOO\ ft W of NW 'or of A NH of SWV' of I'o ;\\---u----. 17 6 18 80 R W William .. .. ____ 1123 ofII.. of Lot II A Sly of Uit 10

A Broadway St.. A run Sty of SWV' of NEW A NWW of SEW" Lie N 12 a. ____. .__ __________ 7 'I' 20 48.f M Shaw, Jr, ________ 004 '
.1 n rt to Orange St., N 110 ft. E A F'lj: of NEW of SWW __________ 17 6 18 80 Martin' !Miilphur _... __ 12,72 S'u' ..f I lot 4 __..___ _____________n__ 7 7 XilUIR 40 I. T Sl.awUnknown ____ __ __ 641: _

ft N(1\( (' ft. E 99 ft to Ic... -_ 58 8 22.I'Vi't Jaa W Edily ____ .... ____ 28 HO SF', of NWW _________ _____________ 18 8 18 40 Buck Williama., __ _______. 4 95a N'j' of lit R __ --_ ________n__ __ 7 7 IN 40 _. ..--::-______ 442
'2 In Add __ 26 8 23 0 J Farmer .. _____... 8.7E NF'W of NEW __ __ h__ n_ ____ 28 6 IH 49 Unknown __ .. __._____ .44 Cum ''no ft W of F: line of NW W ..fSW
4 A'Vin ft of lot's SFW of SFW -- 26SW 9 18 40 J E F\itch' ------- 4 US l on N akin, of Ity right of way Ie
in __ _-___- -__- 28 6 22 Mm D 1- FranolaZTT 27.00 of 'jh&--Nw'i- ; :::::: 29 6 18 80 Klliworth Trust;; Co. :::: 1003 Ai run N 274 ft W 2"i> fII In right ///y

:Ik .il NE Cor of- Blk C. Jone SWI of S\\W A W 210 ft of SE', of of way thence F1: on snld right of r

rem un N 110 ft W 210 ftp SW' ___ ______ ____________- 1 6 19 48 T L Willla .. ______.___ 8.42 uny to Ibe point of uniting in
&ft E t. Mw. 26 8 22 Mr D L Francis ___.n 4190 SEW. of SFW -_ _n__________ 2 6 19 40 T I. Willl _-__.._...____ 642 SwW' of hWW - - _... .. 8 7 20 1 II F CHlnryFlnreua __ .nn___ 10.24 m +,

i or Illk'c ?n WKlniiT'ad.1, 28 8 22 Flbert Gnann ___. .. -. 4.65 NW I of NFof NE'' ___ _- _______n__ 11 6 19 10 T L Willla ____ .. ..____ 206 Lot 7. in. U of Illk 1 In Ward City.. Wnnl __ ___ .4f .
I. ___ .__________ 12 6 19 10 T L, Wllli ______ ._ I ,
Hlk 42 LivlnnBlxm. Truby &: NW of NWV, of NWW ___ 1 M Uit I of Illk .' In Ward ('It I'I.Inreu* W ardFfnreiM __ __ ____ ,
rub f .11.' _ __ __u ____u 28 8 22 Jude Ooorfwlne n__ -___ 1.MMra > I BKj of SKi' __ ____ 21 8 19 80 A P Duke ____._______ 1204 Lois r.. 7 of lilt 11 In Ward Pity n____ Ward ._ .. __ I.19 Itin: r '

Blk 1 18 -__ 2" 8 22 Jmnie Maud Hoffman 1105 NW' of NEW A 6 a. In NW Cor. of I I II of Hit 13 In Ward Lily -___ '",,,.... Ward _ _ __ iSfry'Lute
.r ______ ____ .. 8.60 ____ _ ________-23 6 19 45 D J Ihumn ____ -
I of Illk C in Rlsinn' Add 28 6 22 D Hick S\M4 of NEW n __ 625 lot 7 of Illk( H In Ward City: __________ Flnreu Ward .. ._ ____ .19 /
i .if Blk 41 in Llvinirston. Sag Ids yule S of M3 Cop of NEW: of lint 0. of /lilt 16 In Ward City -------. \.1..11. W'aril __ _.__ ,71t E, t
A Co Sub Div __ ______ 28 8 23 Joule Johnson .. .. ____ 4 05 NWW A run S ItO. yd sW 210 yule I Lot fI) ..f Hlk 22 In Ward City n_____. F-lor*.u* \\'aril -_ ____ __ I U

,f Blk 4H Livinuaton. Truhy thence North 140 yds : thence Eaat NM4: of SFl: -- - -. -- ---.----- 14 7 20 4i'> Unknown _, __ __ ._____ 844 )
,2 t ub dlv --__ -_--,----- 28! 8 22 Raymond Jackson __ __ .- 7.06 210 ids to dinning _. __ 28 8 19 6 Unknown .. __n .. .___ 7.17Unknown S 10 a. of NKIi: of BWI. _. _u_.._ -.. IS 7 2" 10 Unknown u __ .. ______ 211
pl'u Ivlmrston. Tniby A Co. Lot I of Hlk le. according to J. W. Patton Sir of lot 1 1. )lieu Hy. right of way A h...*
'oil 28 8 42! Clifford! Johnnon ___. -- 7.05Mra 'a surviy of Worthington Spring" -__, __.. n__ 1.12 I lot. ftl) f"IOU ft on N lidv. of Ky

o n o--------------- Lot 1 of frac'I Hlk 21 In Worthington for Colored church -u- ._ __ _____ IH 7 20 1\11\ J R Shaw __ __ __ __ 4e ,
.._ 12 61
8. ____ _u_ ________ 2B! 6 22 Tareta Lciilon ._ .. 405Ja Springs u______ ___ _n_. ___..... Unknown --_. .......... 2.41 J<;E', of NW'', A F: 12 *. In NWW of _

nik II in Llvinirston, Truhy Lot 1. 2. 3, 4. of Blk 26 in Worthington NWW _-__ ______ ...... 22 7 20 82 Unknown .. .. __ ___ 9
f out
Lane __._ ____ 16.BOMra Spring ..___ __ __ __ _______. Ivinmlon A Chamberlin 4 06
'Add\ n __ 28 8 23 ---- on n N 116 a of SKW of SF'W _-__ ____ __- 27 20 as Mitrbell 11111 .. .. ._ _.__ 442I
4" band fr.eTloto I A; B of "Blk I.ot 8 of Hlk 3H In Worthington Spring Unknown _u_ ____ .... 241 One a. lift ft K of. NW Cor of NWW ,

n (lohn ;Add -- -_- _-_ 28 8 23 ..Carrie Mill __, ____ 2176 Sty of Lot 1 A all Lot 4_ ___ __.___ ___ 7 8 20 120 Mra Cbnrlotto Coffin .___ 12.4J of SW W being 210 ft aquare ______ 4 7 21 i Mra Sallie Maliihur. __ __ I 054J

Illk 46 Llvlnuaton Truby Ir1'" NF.W' of NFW of SW'4 & E 4 a. of M'V, ,,f NE's' -- _____ ______ ________ ? 7 21 40 .
'4 of sub dlv ._ _-_- n____-- 26 8 23 Henry, Pinford .. __ __ -- 4.96 SVi of NWW of SF..W ___ __n_____ 1 6 21 14 Unknown --. __ __ __n 241 11"1"0 '.. of SFW, ___ ____ ________ BSWW 7 21 240 Ida Unknown' M Trait,__ ____ _-_? .._.___ tl I ,y
o SE'., of NEW ___-__ ______ __nn_ 11 6 21 40 Unknown -- ____ __u 10 IT of NKW _ __ ___________ 8NKW 7 21 49 u_ 2427 ,
of Hlk u Unknown I
2 .. ..
tutu 1. .. _
,f Ink A Unknown _ __ __ __ __ 642
2 lute 1 A 1. and N .5 acre of lot 3__ 85WVa 6 21 124 - n 1608 SN' of e.
( exeein SKW of NEW) 9 7 tl 14* I''
Llvlnimton> Truby A Co. cub F F: lllnkle __ __ ._____ 14 M
._ 3.15 of SWW of NWW! A NW'. of BI, of SICW of NWfl; A J NF'W: of 8WV 10 7 21 80 1 1NR"
28 8 22 L Peterson -- W '
IOn .---_ __-_- -- I SW'2' 6 22 60 Rtarke lumber Co ._ ... 1225 : of NWW A NWV of NWW ofNF.W A May ._ _. ..__ __ '.01
rut 131k 88 A Iota 1. 2 nf 131k ROC S T Wolf _________
2 I NWIof NEW of 8WW _______n_ 2 6 Z2 10 2 882BO 16NVU 17 tl
A Co. cub ----- -- -- ----- -- - 60 H II Spenecr 872
n Llvtn".lon. Truby_ __-_-- _--- 28 n 22 Hannah Parker __ __ __ 7.08 NK'i of NEts' A SM of NFW A SBV uf NW'. Ely of SWW:; ::- :-_ 18 7 21 120 Unknown -- -.- :: .::::: 12:8II f
Ion .n B Radney 1885 of NW'4 A NWVi of NWV4\ Ely F.l* of SF.Vi A SUj of 511',4 of NE\. A
2. l. 4 of Blk 8 In Tenrrde'a) add 28 6 22 A -- -- -- -- of SWV nu_- __________n______ 8 6 22 t.rke umber Co .. .. .. 64 7140Starke Ntt', of NWW of NEW ____ ____ 16 7 21 110
I'I'J Unknown __ __ _
J NF Cor of WVi of NWVi of SEW <>f NEW _h_____ _______n___ 4 6 22 Lumber Co .. ..___ B 05 > 4 of NEW A run W 100 ft ft S to 807 a Wl.j of SKW of SE'4 ________.__00____ 6 8 2 2 20 Sila Lunton 2.7682H W '/. of NF'i:' of SiVt A 1 a. In NECar K II Jonas .. .. .._____ H72

t if but thence W 100 __ __ S.85 WI-, of NKW : A F--j of NWE; of NWW of SEW ___ ___ __ 28W'j 7:1 21
801 ft to belt 28 8 22 Richard Reynold -- -- -- Fog. F: Itnvnor __ ..._____ 8 40
: 100 (t. N h ___ ____ 8 8 22 EECRno'------------ 3107
I of RW'1 A W'l.j of SEW ,,f SWV' _ __ _u_ __h______ 2 7 22 HO M M l.rllfl
4 ,f Illk 88 Llvlnmton" Trubyf ____ 2KB <1F' of NWW ___ -__ ______________ 8 8 22 40 Unknown .. .. .. .__.._ 7 07 : tor NWW ..- ___ 8 7 22 40 8667
.. ."b dlv ._ "__ _n___ 28 fI 22 Ed floury _un_ H A Carter ._____ III.67 ,
Ranleraon .. .. .. .00 NEW of NEW of NWW : A NWW ofNW t>KW of NtNW'' of NEVI\ 4 7 22: NO Mrs Carrie -MIII.
Add.21 6 22 Viola A __ __ 87.16
,, lilt J.In Peek \ of NEW __ __ _____ 8 22 20 Swallow A Hopkins' .. ___ 4 67
of of __ __
- n W4 NWW .
2 56 HWW 4Killliinitiit 7
Add 28 6 22 S M Spencer .. .. -- -- 22 20 Unknown __ .. __ ______ 10.6t
8. 10() if nik 1 In Wynn' NS of NWW of NWWEU __________n II 6 24 20 len A Joyce ___...__-___ 621 Jill'' (I K: of NW corner of "
Pi ft S of SW Cor of Myrtle Anon of W'.; of FlE'or NW'4 _--_______10 6 22 10 II D Tucker -. .. ______ 2.88 NW'X" of NFW A run. H 210 ft
|,, 8t.. A: run W 106 ft. S W'.". of Y.Iof NEW A Ely of W t4 F: ft N
4 JO 210 ft W 420 ft to
____.. 2.10
ft. E 105 ft N 108 ft to ben. 29 8 23 Dr. Curtis Smith __ of NK'4. A KI-J of NEW of SEW HNWV 6 22 100 Unknown .... .. __ .___ 12 211 print of ttlnnitiK _ - _,__ R 7 22 1 Milis Ilob..

2of01k46A Iota 2RofBlk of SKW: __.___ ______ __________ 12 6 22 40 I. A Evan _... .. .... II."IWI" of : of NEW . B 7 22 rmm-------- 4 DO a
n ivlnimton. Truby A Co subdiv 28 6 22 Goo Scott (col) .___ -- T 3.15 of NWW of SWV _____________ 12: 6 22 20 Unknown _n_ ..__ ._ __ 678 1'4 a. of NKW NW'4 of SEW Fof- Ky __. f 7 20 8 J.u, Clark .. .. _____ l.n 1 ,

26, 27 28. 87 38. 39 40 of r -t 8' 't Et, of E"- of SWW' of SE''.. _______- 12 8 22 1) Unknown _n_ .___ ____ 281 One a. on coil of the W V4 of NWVi 2 JIN J..hn..n. Jr __ ____ 1.la 11 ,
8In Howling'* add ... .. 29 8 22 R A Thoma.--- 7.05 NWI' ':E' of SW', 14 8 22 10 Unknown __ .. ...... 4.78'' t '
of _
of ik--31 in nnn of NF' F: of Ry ._ _.__ 8One 7 22 1 llnrrl,.t Odium -. __ __ __ wt ,.
r 8, 9. 10 E'. of A of NEW\ I 2.8
of
NWW NEW
SEW In NW Cor of
of
a WVt NWW of
.. .. .. .. 6.00 '
nmlon. Tniby A Co. Add __ __ 8S 6 Z2 Jobn Thorn of SWV, ______ __ _un_ ________ 14 8 22 20 Mra F.va T Hyson _.____ 12 81 NK' ', W of lie 8 7 1 Il.
ft of lot, 5. 7. Blki 17 ________ 28 8 22 Theo Tenon __ __ __ .___ 81.95Unknown N', of NWW of SEW ________________ 14 6 22 20 Peter fule ., ..__.... 1441 II.. -' c-hs of NW fxir. -- --: of- Z .lcm MrR. -- --_ __ 143

62'4 ft E A W liy 106 ft N A SWW of NEW ______ __n_- ._______ 18 8 22 40 Itannom Keynolil. .. ____ 7.06 NW \14 A run 88 eh. F' eh*i- 8
"I7 E end. of Mra Himlnirway. a lot side of the 12 r
One lot IAI t on east acre etui W 10 elu to beg. lea W 1 a-
...und.d I E by land of Mra M J I*. C.lioodwlne .
S by Hoyt St _________ __ 211 8 22 .. .. .. .. .. 8,80Unknown tract of land belonging to 2 a-------------------- 8 7 1 2 Mary Joiner __ __ ____ 267
'no Myrtle- St. S by ; in NV of. NF.W of SWVihounded !!WI of NW'4 A SU, of NWI4 of SEW II 7 60 Ja Clark __ __ __ __ ____ 1270 ,
E by
bounded
north by Wm. Hall and of N .INW"' of BKW' A I
loon St W by land of L A. south Sarah Scott .._ _____ _. 21 6 22 1 Ada Mack .. .. .. ...... 6 41 .
by u bF.W: of SEW _. .. .. .___ 10 7 UO '
Paul
Jr. N by 14( Sec. line ____ 29 8 22 -n_ __ __ ____ 8 40 .. 1 Broa .. __ _______ 6046
is. Com at NW Lor of land owned by : _ 10 7 20 .
nknown
- - -- _.
com at SW Cor of Myrtle A Elvis king on E aide. of Ry A v .. N'9onfNNFnufdNNF.-' of NW'/4 AS'j 2 h _ 871

loon.. SU" A run S 105 ft, W run E nt right angle to laid. Ry of SWVi A SKW 7 22 860
u --- Paul liner __ _
ft. S 106 ft, W 105 ft. N 210 thence N 1 __ _u_ 149H7
A
of Sec. 21 on
E line "
Unknown __ ___ BnMm to SW'I. of NKW: A of HP'', of
E 210(' ft to be*. _-________n__ 29 6 22 -- u aid, see line to center St, thence W SWW ,
____ 28 6 22: Mary Week .. -- 47.70S NWI" n_ .____ n_ 11 7 22 60 Unknown
4. 7. 8 of Blk 13 on said St to Ry. thence S along Ry m -_ __ __ __ __ 2811 'h
aide' of SEVJ of SE'-i' bounded to pt, of beg in EHi of NEW ex. All - _ 12 7 2 640 |'aiil. fins __ __ ________ 26676
NKW I.r NEW ___ ______ _____
11 7 40
hy Ry. E by land of DrldBer. such Iota or piecee aa have h 2 Unknown' -_ __ __ ______ 4 42 .
v' J W Andrewa, Jr., A W by 978 heretofore been deeded __ __ __u__ 21 6 22 14 Lotil Guyon M M __? 1491) All'. -.- _n. ____ ____ uI 7 2 641)) Paul. I.. ._ __ __ ______ 6IU6 ,
M-- NKVi
I- of A of NF
:
ftmoreland St--------------- 21! 6 22: R J Will of Blk 6 S of R 8 W in Temple'atib Ij NWW % .... I

6. 7, S of Blk 4 Alvarea Add IlK 6 22 M. B. Wilder n -- ---- 4 U SEW due . u.h.__--21 6 22 8 Jk-nnfe Htylea .. ? ______ 268Euirene of NWV' A WV of I'IW' A HKV4: IHSFV 7 2 4HO I'n.il units __._ v__ _____ 4044 ,
J. fi. Williama -- -- 469 of SW'j __ ____ ___ ________ 16 7 40 '
2. 3 of Slit 27 In Temples Add 28 6 22 -- W dallElof u ? 2 I'n""wn __ __ __ &
All of lllk5SofR2 -
WKj SWW' "f : _______ __ _____ 17 7 40 4 i
11.:1. On Unknown __ _
2 1 of Illk 10 in Livinirston.nby Hlk 6 S of R 8 W, lying In NWVi __ __ 6 ,
A Co add n____ u__ ____ 28 6 22 D I. Mutt ______ -- ---- 1660 of SF': A NEW of SWVi in Temple N'j of of 01 SWI of A S'.,

SILAS MTE. sub div' unn --_- __n__ _____ 21 8 22 7 Jennie Style .. .. ..__ 002 NKW NWV lisa Nf. In He! ,
Tax Collector Town of Starke. Fla. Big at NW toe of SWVi' of SWVi A Cor of. NWW u except u|__ __ 12_ In-__SEcorner ___ 20NVi 7 1 188) Unknown -- .. .. ..... 1 a '

._ --- ----- nm S 70 yds, K 140 yule I N 70 yule, _ ___ _ __
- ----- ----- W 1 II" yds to pt of bra ___ n. _. 22 8 22 2 Cox _. .... __u 663 .21 7 2 611 Unknown _ u_ ___ __ ,
__ ____ __ __ ___ .7 I w
NOTICE. ]NW i of t NF'W of SF.Ij ._ ____ _______ 21: 6 22 10" K Starling. .. -. ______ 6 14 Al p u h___ 2 7 649 Pool. llroa .. .. __ ___.__
_ __.. _. _
_
Swallow - u 7 641164D Paul. llros .. __ __ ,
NF'. of of bWI4' _ ____ SINFW oJ 2C 10 A Ifopkln ______ 471 2 h 61 91
will be Bold .t public auction NW"4 Un - All __ _ ____ .. .. _. .. i5NWW I
01..11. lands Unknown u n ?00- I Paul. Km __ __ __ ____.
that the following __ 40 2 61107
ice 10 h..b slven thf of SF.: ., ____ __ .. . n 25 6 23 ? .. ____ 1785
Fine Mon.lo In Augut 191M. It b.h" the 6110 day 01 said month, before W 8or &YVW of SWW A SVI. ofNW11 \ of NEVi A NUj of NW'/' ___ __. 26WV.j 7 2 120 I Taut.' line _n_ __ _______ u.miS.44 1

,... Slarke. In Bmdlord Counl". Siale ..f eedsamentogulherlwith the 11ft .oot WIll or feW4 --_- -_ ___-_- 26 6 22 40 Ihro Town -. .. ______ 24.81 of SW'4 of NWV, u ____ __ .__ 27 7 2 20 Wnltur 1..k. __ __ ____
ou.karpay; 4.'n' NW Cur of Fyy: of SWV, of NWVivxotftt
the .m.onl duo for Intel .01 OPIIOBIo SEV of NEW.: j ,fixcelit" about H acneoil
,
for __ ..___
1 a church n 27N'X 1 22 8 Jeniil llloknn __ __ __._ .
ale and advertiainir. 3 In NW
Fast, lde and acre corrtnd
of NFV, A 8Wi',, of A bVi 14
Tane A 4 nerr In SW corner.! ; and NN'4 of NW',, NWW of. NP14% __ __ 21 'I 240 foul line I
about 4 & I -_ __ __.._ 2457
DESCRIPTION Secf T. R A. OWNER Cost ; of SE'i : (except acre Ltd I 14 of lilt 4. Sub. lily of N'/j' of __

., S\M4 _ ___________n__ 24 4 19 40 A J Wilkinson _____--_-1 4 41 in NF curlier_ and_ ._ 1_ acre_ _in_ _NW... 27 6 12 60 '1"10) T!.on 83.34 NK"" "f NWW ________ ___________ 2 7 22 John Smith __ __ ____ 841 } J
or NH of NWW nn __ _-un______ " 4 10 66 Ceo; William _. _______. 7.07 Com corner N Imo-- of NWVi of SF.Vi\ on l NW.t. NWI',. -. _ ___ .__ ____.____ 7 22 4H" lint 8 Yira-er __ ____ 6,4J I( .

of SW'.1 _ _ _- _. uu___ 81 4 19 40 W P Taylor. ------------g 7'1: E on side of Church St. A run 3 on R'y; of NW" of. NWV, no_ ___ .. 02 7 112 20 Unknown. __ __ __ _____ 144 ,

of< SEW __u. __,______ ___ 19 4 20 40 A B Fletcher Trustee -- 707 aid St 70 ft. E 210 ft, N 70 ft, W All N l of NWN of Ity A NWVi!

and SU .uu of Lot 8 ____________ 19 4 20 81 Unknown. __ __ -___------ 17-8.811r ."1 210 ft to beg _-___--__. .____u_____ 28 8 22 Eugene" Cnann .. .. .. .. 2.61 of.HIV I" _ 8' 22 41 1'nul. llro _. ... ........ 473
____ __ SEV f NWl dE': of A
HW'j WVi
20 00 Unknown --- -
____ 21 4
J ___ __ of SW v A .
NEW] un. 849 W R Allen Sr. _________ 6806 Com al SE Cor of SWV run of SFW _ _ _ ._ 7 200 N P CauthonUnknown __ _
21 u __
_. u__ ____00_________ 19 4 W -ill: ft N :.Illi ft. NK 6im) ft. E 2U8( I u u f 2. u_ 20 DO
or : _ . D 7 4'I'
SEl4 NF1 ._ __ _
_
u _
.. 707
( A of & S' of f bug -
902
NEW NE',4 S to
SV4 E 171 ft. t
j Sr __________ 82 85 ft thence ... ot SK' (' of NF'of: Hf' A
__ 20 4 21 820 W R Allen or run
____ .
1. 8H _____ _____ .Also certain, lands S of Mrs HSliarkman
SW'', _: :: 21 4 21 80 W R Allen Sr ________ 8.89 A W of Ry, in 8E'I ; ,,. of N 210' yds. W 110. yule, 210 yd.,

I w'li'A 8VVVi"of"SEWfc _ __ __ ___ ____ 22 F: 110 yule to. big 6.. __ h _ 84W'j 7 2 6 F J McRan .. _. __ ____ 171SHU
NEW A 85 bWW ___ __ u- 28 8 10 Mra E F John .. ______ 2178Mra
_ 82 _ _
W R Allen Sr _______ of SI.W of Nl.Vi; t H M
620 Hythmor _ _
21 _ __
__ 20 4 IU"
< ____
of SE'n.n Sr. __________ 6438 Lots (i. 6. 7. H of Illk 10 In Starke--- A Floreu ____ _. ,.- 15.7jennm NF'1' of NW > A Wnr NW' A 4
___ _ ___uu______ 80 4 21 640 W R Allin Lot :1 of Blk 16 In Starke.---------_ Maude. Hoffman __ 11.00 ,
Dol 04 I '
81 4 21 5AO Unknown _n-_- -- ---- HWWF 8 8 1 21J N I Cauthon. _. _ ____ U Iii '
Ft; of SWI8& SE'i_________- S 21'u ft of Lot 4 A N 10U ft of Lot ',
Sr.-----_ 80 16 ) 1.r the K :I-4 of SK'lj of NH', ANF'i
__ 33 4 21 820 W R Allen, _____ _____
"""" 5 of Hlk 20 in Starke \>t N W Francl ____ ____ 8526
405
: of : A NWl of Ml.;
"I-IIIIII. 22 40 Nero Rawl .__. -------- .' N1,1 ', ,
of' NEt1- ____ ____ 28 4 Blk 11 in Starke aa extended on En., .
n ,
Starling .. 69 41 A W' of of. NKW:I A NW '
R ,
NE' i A S':i -of NW1. A S'i 3* 4 22 452 Mra Carrie 12.42 Map ___--- ____ ____ ____ _______ 8 B Denmark .. .. ____ 4(1.711 of 1'\ A of 1
of VFI'' ___._ 10 8 18 80 W W Chlsholm Est ---- Truhy A A NWV /\ W\ KWVt ,
SW" In Livingston
A SE'i' of % Lot 7 of Illk 11. ,
__ ______ 6.42 of HWi 0 8 12 820
01' bfc.1.NE' ; .. ______uuun______ 25 II 18 18 40 80 J. W C. rhiiiholm CasselliW Fiat: u un__ 1242 ('0 Add to Starke, In W '"' of NF:'/, 28 8 22 Ju* Lane .. ....___.__ 16.8ij W'j'! nf w' of NW', I F:'n of F;14-_of, Unknown __ __ ____ _--. 28.U I
81 6 .
________ 542: Lot 6 of Illk II in Livingston TrubyA NW' of : of A .
_____ NW'4 NNa4 NW'4
01 N.:' u.uu____________ 86 II 18 4< E 1 Dick 707 Co Add to Slarke -_ ___-__ 28 6 22 Owen Ciardener .. __ ..__ 10.84 ,, o < i:: g 8
MK' of NW' A :
__ SW'i NI'WNW'4 "
.. .. ,
__________ 1 U II 19 40 Unknown ------ of blk 31 in Uv.Inyxton'Trii.y ,
of SWU _u___ __ ___ __ ____ .___ 19,87 Lot 5, 6. 7, H. II, 10 "f NWV A W'.j of Sf;'W of
0' 4W1 ____ __ ___u_______ 38 6 U 40 Unknown _n_ 4 42 A Co Add lo Htarke 28 8 22 J J Thoniu. *. .. _..... 4.DO NW',, .f NWW W" of NF.W I. of
2 6 20 40 Unknown -- -- ------ W'' of Hlk R. In Livingston. .
nt----------------- Lot ;I, 4. or ,(.
bWV of NWV, ._ II 12 130 J
li _
> Subdivision .1 1llbr..11 _. ____ 1606
of WNW't.a A Co.
A
NEV4 A NE',4 of NWV4 /4 .. __ ________ 1811 Truby ?' of N7'A N 19 n of Nil of
_ _ ___ __ ____ __ 4 II 20 160 Unknown NE'of: 28 8 22 How. Cox 4.89 I"FI'
_ _ n 1164 of NE'------- ---- ---- ---- ,; of
4UO Unkll.l A"1 . .. .. ... A K: M a MEW of HW'iA
6 20 2H In Livingston.
II E'of Blk I
N'v ot swi/ A NV.J of SFW Lot I A 2, or HVi of NW'of SIlei":' >* 4 a. InHW
of: NE'., A NWW' of NE'4 A'i Truby A Co. tiuhdiviition (' A of HI.1A of
HWV N'4
:.I if NWlA' WVi of NWW A of NF'1 of NF- -- --- _.. 28 6 22 Clifford Jobnson .. .. .. 4 00 I 'I '
shv of sh;w A ss of NFW:! ofSh' I
''y if :SW., A SE1' exeipt Lot I. 1.04of Lot 4 of Illk 12. 'in Ivinmton.. TruhyA hen 6 In NK: Cor-----_ II 8 23 106 ,
>ut, .11.| n. ___ _.__ __u 10 6 20 410 Unknown .. -. -- ------ ('0. Subdivision of NEV4: nf NF.W; 23 8 22 Edna Jatflmon -. .. __ 2.68K All of HWV, of NF"a: N of By211. a A 1..kl.n land C.. .... tl."0H t

c ,Im .h9In. N 2tMdwreea.! W Co Subdivision of NF.., of NEW 28 8 22 M Ellcraun .. .. ____ 12.26Rlk I _
(or of 74'y of NFW of SF-W u. IISW' 22 71 In.n..wn u ._ ., ...__. 8 c
eta. 11 Ika to Ry rluhtofway.net . 16: In Livingston. TrubyA A NWVI' of SEW' ._ _ ___ 18F'4 Z2 200., __ s %
of Co Subdivision of NfcV of NEW' 28 8 22 It M Fllrnon: .. ._______ till u I 'a.'h..n u
laid way
-aiterly on right '.
of NWt4 of NF': Bh.vi "rp1 17 "fl 60' Unknown __ ._ _. ..._.. 707
cii* u' .range line, tbince B on laid 20 86 N W Horn ----..---.---- 11 4 Lot 1 A 4 of Illk Subdivision 4<1. in Livingston of wuj of SFW of NKW' _. _ _. .__ 22. 20 Morgan Mitchell .. _.. ,
8 Ci NKW
__ 11 Truby A 2.6
"01 i\0 ton In Sly of SE'-i 36 a 6 65 HW' of NF:'. 1 I. 10, A In NF. I;
____ 11. or-
of SW's ex 2 a. In SW Cor____ 18 6 20 83! David F Coffin -- of NE''., --- 28 6 22 Billy Brawn .. .. .. .. 2.98 A F": of NW' A N.or' I .'
S'48WL Lot 3 of Hlk 41. In Livingston TnibyA .
NEW A NEor NWVi A .
SW, A SF.V; of HWIj Ira. 10 A.
.
of NWV A WH of SE', 1'o. Subdivision. of NEW of NEVi 28 6 22 Jame E Franklin .. ___ 1.14
in Sf corner 21 8 22Tax 180 llrooklyn land (;o 19.22
-
NW' A NE'i of SWW (except Lot 2 of Illk 42. In Ivinu.lon.. TruhyA .
J arms 1 In SW Cor) A SE'of Co Subdivision, of NEIl of NEW' 28 6 22 Julia Goodwlnv .. ______ 1.68 U. M. HOWLING ("IfI.tur. Ira! w\' 'except 8 acre In NE Cor. 115 ft 20 228 Unknown -620 Lot 3 of Hlk 42 'in Livingston." TrubyA I I .

<< NE, of SEVJ of NWVi i ___n___ H 6 20 6 Chn C. Ilurkh.rt -- -- -- 8_13 Co Subdivision nf NEW' of NK211' 8 22 Julius Butler .. .. __n 2 mJesse -'

I" ]'..1C'... of of NWW I be4 W'" of Rlk 41. In Livingston. TnibyA
'C -><'I ft gq---NEW __00___ ______ 17 8 20 4 R M\ Heraey _____._____ 1.85 ('0. lIub..I.n.. of NF./: of NEW 28 8 22 Johnson .- .. .... 3.41 mTUJ f Lot n (except 6 -acre In SE Lot 1 A 4. or S'-j of Blk 41. In Liv Notice hereby,, Ktven that, by 1''V"I a special, mill*** and further ,.t
Samuel W Brown ______ 8 44Mra virtu iff rrtmn Writ of utlfin iHnuinirnut thref' trust* Dim,
-ntr _ _____ ____ 18 120 84 In""Ion. rtiby.. A Co Subdivision territory to be ttouniffdas
-w' h _uu___ ____ 21 II 29 40 W A Owen _______ 8.89Mra of NJo1' of NEIL: -- -- 28 8 21 J J Aaron __ __ __ ____ 491Llvlnirstron of and under the 8<'al of the Circuit follows ginning' at NV eornnr Hen. 82. c
of u 22 6 20 40 Charlotte I Coffin 8 73Unknown Lot 2. 3. 4. of Illk 46 in Livingston Court; nf Inrhua County; Florida. 1".1 Ip 4. hangs 2 ."Mt. . West along the

of .iF SEW: _"If ==:=:=:==:==:=:=::::: 25 6 21 40 __ ._::: 842 Truby A Co Sjbdivlion. of dale .f June -J.1'1. I!)III. in that ..rtln cau. ehunnel. of Ni. River H.W. earner of Heo

f "WI. ______ __ __ ______ 26 II 20 411 John P Coffin .. _.____ '.08 1'01or NEW p' - --- 28 8 22 Truly "Co 2.69 when'in rarmern A iJeatera I Jlnnk a eorpfint'tuin I II. 16. th. me Went along 'fp. line ..h.Ilnlp, jI.
0'' SF-1. __ __ __ ________ 27 II 20 40 Unknown ______ ____ __A. 4 4JVirgil E' of Illk 47. I In Livingston Truhv A under the lawn. of the State of Florida 1 4 and 0 lthe 1-1 Flection line .. 1
'E' A E'7' of n ______ 29 15 20 180 Edward -. -- -- -- 88.78 Co .Subdivision of Nt:'. of NEW W 8 23 Unknown _. .. .. .. _- 6 SI in Ila'RIlT. and M.... M II. Kntep ia defend 'll> fl. Range 21 Fast; tl"n.o south on said i
!;1..2r. of Blk a McKinney; '* Add "' Lot I. 2, 3. 4. of Hlk S In Temple Add ......In Final Judgment wa render ..-4 Section line 1., line of rk-ctlon IR. l

r Nan Lake Butler ________ ._____ 80 IS 20 Lake Butler Ice A Elee Co 18.78I. to Starke ____ ___--. _____________ Alva n Radney .. .. ... II 91 l lMr p.l.n the 12th day of June IUIH.' 'In aald, county thence Knst. on call 4,'rtian line to k ,
I. I it Illk Add Bll II. Temple* Addition to Starke- 28 8 22 *. Eunice F Canova __ 8'1.38 and Htate. a tranerl of which judgment H F. Corner of Section Ii. Tp. ,

New! < Lake 4 Butler In McKinney____ ___....... 80 IS 20 Unknown .. -. ---?- 458 Lot 1. 2. 3, of Blk 27 In Temple Add bas lawn duly recorded In the public, ..ml, of 0 I. Range 22 .... thence north on laid, ,1

netng' U6 ft N of SB turner to Stark -----------------------7 M William* ____u__ 6C1Mr Bradford County Murida. aa the name 01".1 line o point of beginning' I
"Ik" 9 In of lake Lola 4. 6. Y I). 11 of Blk B, In Rialng fully aplieam' I W J. El/penton Sh.' Arthur Starling. J. H. ,,.1..1'. W. E For.yth. 1
ruler I and original. Town W 105 ft, Add to Starke _h_ _._. - __n Terreasa Levlton _.. 4 90 llradfrtrd County. Florida' have I,'vi,'d upm'the . J. M. ftoaler, J. F:. Ibaler. J. W. (.rf- '' V
!< 't. E run N 64 ft. of be. Lot 8. 9, 10 of Blk 1 In Wynni Add yStark. follfiwlair. deacribed real elate in !I.. 11. f. ""' ""I'J. I' ''"PP. J. II. Itnaiiv. 6,

tniny I 106 ft to point 80 8 20 S. A. Draper un______ 2081 ____n "_"_ S !M Spencer .. ______.. 2.88 ford C.unty, U-wit : ICU. I and, 2 In 1"-1 I I. F.. Roller. J. H 1."p. Jaime Itnaler, F:.
I I. of Bl-------------------- One lot In Starke Ao'ft'N A K 2io"itK (Mom. Addition t the Town of Lake IIUl l(. .'l.r. J. VV .. ".. I. J. Himlh. rO M, 1
"> A W, ln.und.-d E by Walnut St ler. also a strip' land f fft wide Murrheo, Hardy Kersey I N. Crawford. J.

1. add 8 _to..Lake__Butler__ .. In____N'.j__ SO S 20 Mns V 0 Scarborough ---. 2.94Harry N by J R Davl.. W by land of B ones' the north end of Iota. r. and 6 In r'. I'Odom I t.. .;".kl. "rl'v h"" J"hn "lffla, H. )
tit ? L Bung, a by Blk C of Jones Add a Addition the ( own of Lake hub 01'1"1.. N. J haler, W J Stalling. J. 8.

nd'R;; ,Lake in T.Butler E. Dekle'______sec.___ 31 8 20 William .. ------ 4 68 to Starke n-- nu ________-- _- 28Begin III! Dr N W Francu. uoo 89.91 ler. lying. and being: In lirti-, II. 'Tl 1' 6 3.. It. |I Cr1Rn, W II. henry
4.3d point 200 ft wait of NW 20 F., the came "I' .. in farm hook The Board of I'ubltc Instruction of It.ot'r..1
at a .
o S of mi( of Lot 4-______ 81 6 29 4 Mra C A Knight.. (CbPl.--,
'. 1 10"I' corner of Madwon A Broadway Kl. at |,.... 20 of the public eorda of County hrehy' ordi" .ra an election

\ .Townnend. add to Lake'tier 31 5 29 J C Tarvla _ ____ 8 51 and run wwst 144 feet to Orange County. Florida .,. Lotus. I. !i.> 3. 4. B. 6.al'l mid at" Roaii-r ehi..l house on Saturday b-

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* -f L 17 6 21 > Mra. Florence Cobb _____ 8.11at North 100 ft. East S'J ft South Miib llvlalun of the .f W 1..ln aurvey 'I goIng petition. and. for the purpose of hold
C Ry .
,L .: NWVi. N of A tin) ft o b< ginning 'in Stark ___ 28 8 22 J W Eddy .. .. __ _u 24 65 Town of Worthington Sprinini. Florida, log nail elrtrlion the following manager
.wen. of NFW of SEt.run and being 'In Hertion 2H. 6. 8. K 19 have been ,,poinU. l J. '
S 1 lot of land l 210' ,.01.. north anti south 1'1 | : M. J. W. Y rd'J
f 604 f t to a pt of heir thence2l' by. 12' ".rol. :sat and Wet in and offer the name aale on ...<1. Oaskln and J.m. Roaler. I.lpr.
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u lat In maid month. and ..
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nee The S 1 I'. a. of the following fhlrmn Hoard Public Brad
at NE sold to
of land
- Kite corner land to-wlt. Beg. at pt 210 ft lairs day hereof between' th 'legal boon ford i.ounly, IMI.U".n. } v
' and run north 106 ft.enee Sof :NW Cor of NWVi of SE'4d aale. In front of the (. Huuae door In I I Attest f'lorld I

-"i West 108 ft. thence 9 along Tin S 7 89.100 ch*. E H HO-100 eh. Htarke. Florida: ,and I Hell the came to the F. It POI'I'EL1..

to "point me 106 ft, thence East_ _106_ 18 8 21 A L Crew. .. 961 N 7 19-100 ch. W 8 80-100 ch* to highest. and l>enti\ diler for Oath purehaaer I County Huperlntendent and ra-eretary.
' ,f of beirlnnlnv _- - bog 'in NWVi of SKI* __ __________ 29 a 21 f Mr Sail!* Malphor __ __ 884 to pay fur title xnlil I 1 property being sold tolat4fy I .47t
; 1ft .NWV t NE of NEW' 1* 1-3 a. also E 13 1-'1 .. of SEW of NE'4 ________ 81 6 21 18 Ardell Leonard __ ___ 284 edit eaeeutH, and eon**. i
coy of NEVi of NW of NE Cur of W. J. FPPERSON.
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of 146 2.3 jim: to /w.... 4 a N :12', eh. E 8 1-8 eke to beg 31 6 22 8 Pet Wlae' .. .. __ ______ 6 20 E G. Ilaiter. Alt..iney for Plaintiff 74CLNOTICK DI/CIAIGE

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"/ at SE eor of NEti of NWU Lot 1 of Bib 1 In Lincoln City______. Man Joiner .. __ __ __. 201 I SU, month after date hereof 1 will present
1 t8" naN 146 2-3 yd*. W 132 yd. S A T Sapp 6 28 Lota 1. 4. '> of Blk 14 In Lincoln City. Anna Joo*> __ ___-. 201 my voucher and Anal account tu the Honorable
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or 15 a. in NEVi of NEI4--\ W. the taxpayer and property
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2 8 22 820 tula W Maulley ____?- 38.78 8WV EofRIR W9a.ofN14\ ..n.f. determine I n. 1916 .
call whether
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I, JI.1 'i"t j: ..' PARE EIGMT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JULY_ 26 1918,


- -- -- ------.---..---. -- .-------- -- .. --with Pvt. Paul Knabb, of Camp Gordon, '! spent Sunday in Raiford..Mrs. I miles Gen. Foch's troop flap;
ton, 13 spending this week here !!
of tho week at the bedside I : Lewis Reynolds. and daughter, the enemy lines fr , ,
I her "ister. !Mrs. I.. 1' OstecnMerp. I spent a part ''about "et
I Ii und of his wife, Mrs. Minnie Hodges- VeslM, of Jarksonvills.: lire the guests two miles ",?, d) ,
Guy Pmholstcr Lucian I '' "c0tl0>i
Marvin Huzcn( Avery Craig, I Earl 1 Knabl, who has been I seriously ill, lot Mr. and :Mrs Jim Dowling this heights river dominating and t tl,I ,, .. a1'I ',
but i, slowly improving at this writ I week. Ayre on th 's
Lewis and Suub ;Newsom; motored over -- Fifteen hundred JlIIIJ'' "T o
-- ,
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j Jr County News emJr I to Dr.!Miller and lust Mrs.Sund-iy W. K.morning.: Mlddlcton of I early ing. Her recovery.many Mrs.friend's E. hope S. Dollmtfer for her, I -- V.1.DERRILTVanderbilt by, the French. The ",iii, 'aPt|)
cation issued by the IM. .
i :; Hampton, wuiu: visitors to our town a trained nurse of Jacksonville, is 1 'I, ''era'
_ last Monday afternoon curing for her. July a I.-:Mrs[ E. Lennon refers to this fighting ., 'ft'

Mr.: DV.. Ha/en is on the sick list A general supper will be served nt I und Mrs. Simluir Bryant were visitors jerution.'c"
: lMt Regular Correspondents. Miss Liez! Abernathy spent last 7:110: to 9 o'clock, for the benefit of Thursday. ) en-Tju-denois! foi v.../L N
'f1 week with friends at Miller and the Hampton Brunch American Red'' Messrs. Levy Norman and Leon i the Germans has push ,'I| naerh, ? !?
i
both
))u kes. Cross A pleasant evening is assured Connor; Misses Rebu Conner, Lottie I Ourcq river. South on i : of :
Mrs. T. C. Haicn is on the sick list the is invited to visitors to .I I th t .
' I- I Ii und public cordially and Mattie Norman were withstanding fierce er *'
''I Kvcmlen; at 710.:! Each person is ask-! this week.Mrs. attend. the meeting nt Hcilbronn Thursday lied forces r k
LAWTEY i I reached the ,
i' I P. :M. Barefoot and Miss DaisyI lmPJV
cent waterworks i Is night.
','ed tu bring a lemon and pay one The city extendingtheir and Friday between Arm(>ntlt'r and '
I Lawtcy. July 21.-:Mr. and 1 :Mrs fur eachseed found in the lemon. Aplensunt | Saturday ewis attended and ,Sunday.Mr. services, at Miller last piping to tho Pparkman cottage :Mr. W. F. Norman was a visitor to fling southward to ChuUai.n fh'J''j,' :;
t evening is promised and refreshments und other substantial improvements I !
Starke Friday.Missea and
Enoch Gnflls wore shopping in Jackfp of'' Frank Douglass of Worthington pressed on beyond .' ihlP
will be served free are being made.KAlFOItD. : Pecula and Eula Norman vance brings the '
French
sonville last Thursday |' be sent to the was u visitor to our town lust", ,nj( Ami
s harge. Proceeds to the week end nt Heilbronn.Mr. '
/: a -- spent can troops ,
relatively
to ,
Mrs. ))0;. 10. Burns and children visited National War Council of the M. b. I Saturday morning. ITEMS; : and Mrs. I F. M. Norman: und miles of ierc-en-Turdenuic within x
f relatives in acksonvilleweek. lust :.Mr. Leon Cunningham/: who was .taJ
,
relief of
; .church to be used for the and Leon Conner were a
I son, Levy ,gives them a dominating
" )ty I discharged from miltary duty at ,
The mvi- !11'lion'
suffering Belgian children Raiford July 21.-Rev. S. chopping in town Saturday afternoon big play the ,
gun over
:Mr. 'f.Terry/ was a visitor toN ,station rends as follows: last Camp week.Jackson S. C., arrived home I. Hendrix is conducting a of the railway line rum".aM.r,.,, ,' ed

e f' Gainesville; last Hutllrlluy.Ur. |1 Did you ever hear of a !lemon l squeeze ? I :Mrs. L. Johns ill this series of revival services at the There will be Sunday School nt metieres to Fere-en-Tani. ," from !
is at
t John C. Wills, of Sturke, was Tis the nicest thing; 'twill surely very :Methodist church this! week. The Emanuel Sunday afternoon ut three On the north en '
professional visitor to Luwtey last writing. choir' is usisted by Misses Nona Alderman invited to at- hll'1\to
a
i please. I :Mrs. J. 1.. Surrency and children o'clock. Everybody to the east of Chntea,, |I.. .
Thurmlay. ; I tell you now it's hound to take, left laft Saturday morning for Plant and Omie Scarborough of) town of Juulgonne, ft.. . r
G 111 rfl. .1. B. JI'Culll'ylnd little sons, for i Lake Butler, who with their violins tend.Don't that the meeting will '',
And must be there your own forget Americana ,
of Jacksonville you | City where she will join her husband retreated "i'; ,1',,, 'h(,, r
,
tai and James,
(. Oscar, Frank sweet sake. I are a great addition to the choir. The begin on Thursday before the second offensive ha' J*
and will reside in that She man ,
n ''
city. was IV
?
el, spent from Friday to Sunday in There's to be given on services will continue throughout the .1 Sunday at Emlln el. Everybody invited 'IItw
; one Saturday I accompanied on this trip by Mrs. It. and left in the rear l b.\ tn, .
last; Lawtcy. | week closing Sunday night. "?'
del I .
Illt..nd.Thl'
eve, T. Ostccn, who will spend a while to troops. East of Jaulgm ,. ,
'?
6 Misses Lois and Bessie Terry came That is putting them all all on a bigi I with her sons in that city. Mr. W. I. Roberts, of Jacksonville I sing was! well attended nt the likewise have advanced th, 'I I'ret 111/
e up from Gainesville: and spent Sntur1 vive. I here with home of Mr. and :Mrs. J. I. Norman on
and :
their homo here.k I II qui I Mr. E. J. Ward, of Jacksonville spent Sunday Monday the north bunk of th. Main,
1 day and Sunday:; at On the Edwards': lawn, right on Maistreet here with his his family. Saturday night and all reported a clung to their newly I'
Sunday
spent family. :
Mr.I M. I.. Loodholtof Ja< ,1'''ltiO'
ville Thursday in Lawtey.'kson'l I Mr. 1'. M. Barefoot and Fred lla/.en Little Miss Evelyn White of mire time. I notwithstanding; the vi. ', , .. .... ?
pt \to'' Mrs., spent A. L. Crews, of i Come early and lots of friends you'llmeet. attended church ut Miller last :Sun toy is visiting her sister, Mrs. Law'l( The ninny friends of Mr. Littleton learn' German counter moves ,.u i 'h,. its;'
home Andrews this week. Kite of Heilbronu, ate sorry to ment of the German ,
day. They were accompanied wn ,
the homo ofher ftr| ,1
few at
spending a day: !
lemon, and if please, that he is seriously ill, but we hopehe '
Bring one you
by Mrs. 1'. M. Barefoot and daughter :Mr. : in Jacksonville I they were driven out.
al; parents, Mr. and !Mrs. n. D. SI1l'pherd1001'0 was
I Fair girls will take it and give it alI.tUl"e1.e. Miss who will speedily recover.Mr. I Likewise ., .
Browning.Mr. | Inez have been attending on business Tuesday und south f i HI>< rh h....
: and Mrs S. J. Norman
r+ 1 : W. 11. Burt wan a business/ visitor I' the revival services. Mr. C. B. Cason spent Sunday here the British are fightnii. nth, t.,.
' r to Starke last Friday They'll onrefully count your every :Mrs. Tyler is very ill at this writ- with his family. family visited the home of :Mrs. L. L. i French strong enemy p...", ? to:

seed Mr. and Mrs. Elias Wester movedto Conner Sunday afternoon. I been captured and I the .. ,!i ,
:Mr. Shad Thompson came over
ing.Mr.
For the Belgian (children so much in :Mrs. I.. L. :Sap) and little son, Will- flea
N. D. Johns of New River, was vnnced nearly mile. Th
from Jacksonville und spent Sunday'/ Jacksonville Saturday, where Mr. a < nfoitf
." nerd. in our town last Sunday afternoon.Mr. jam, spent the day at the home of German front here mrnl l .
Wester is stuh>
in the
at his home west of Lawtey. employed shipyards.! I '
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And whether the seeds be few or manyYou'll anti Mrs.i L. L. Connor Wednesday.WEEK'S
B. Nipper spent Sunday after. :Miss; Alderman Omie tested the advance, but
t Mrs. Charlie Stiickland I und daughter Nona and Mr'l in Bnt
p i Jessie, of Starke, were visiting I cheerfully:----pay. -for-..._each-a penny. noon at Worthington Springs.( Scarborough, of Lake Butler, are theICUI'RtS I and French gained, the ailIIM, tgea
Rev. Godwin of Center Hill will !SUMM\KV OF TilE in addition to
relatives in Lawtey Wednesday.. of :Miss Dora Johnson this weekMr. inflicting hena"j"
v. :Mr. Will Stalling\ of l Raiford.. wns' RISING ITEMS preach ut the Freo-Will Baptist A. D. Andrews and son W. H. ', ties took prisoners und ti-, {..D' ?1!
I. I business\ visitor to Lawtey last Wed- church next :Saturday evening' ut the Andrews, spend Sunday and Monday ( Continued from page two) British alone captured 'no n;'rm .
,. nesday. Rising;; July 2-Uh.-Last Sunday uf. usual hour. Also Sunday morning in Fcrnandina.Mr. -
Mr. J. I'M I Byrd, of Luke Butler was!'! ternoon the sad news came from the and evening. Everybody is cordially I : and :Mrs. Joe Richard have WEDNESDAYA :MORE\ HOGS NEEDED IX FU
home of !Mr. Hardy Underhill that invited to attend the services. merlon, and French IJoth Capture
the guest last Sunday of his!'! parents, moved into the house on Division St., / ns
4'it# i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Byrd. he !had 1 died very suddenly of hear Mr. D. J. !B'rli.!; <;f Graham, was in lately vacated by Mr. Elias Wester. Positions of Strnh'uic'alut' If it were possible to ,e< in, 'tl'> ,
..: ) Mr. 11. ('. Peace, of Jacksonville, trouble. lie leaves to mourn his departure our town lust Tuesday afternoon I Mrs. E. D. Futch and son, Sidney, I The entente allied troops on the load of finished hogs in
his widow and children Miss Lottie Gainey who has been : nn\ < oma.
J' was. a business visitor to Lawtey on seven were shopping in Starke Monday afternoon. Soissons-Rheims salient continue to '
;y". Mto n lay. also one brother, !Mr. Jeff Underhill very sick, is able to be up at this I gain ground both on the western Fide nity once a week throuprhou- n
'111 . Mr. Ilenr" '?" n"ett was transacting und two sinters, Mrs. Hans Austin writing. Mr. Brady !Rosier left Sunday morning of the battle front and on the south tiro year, the price paid fotin.
'> business in Highland last Saturday of Starke, and Mrs. Sapp, of Lawtey. Mr. John Clemens was a visitor to for Jacksonville where he is employed along the Marne and toward Rheims, should be the same as for the saa
Ralph Wright came over from Jacksonville He also leaves a number of grandchildren Starke last Monday evening.Mr. I In the Burnett National Bank notwithstanding the increasing resistance of
the
and/ spent, last Sunday lit the nnd a host of other relative! and Mrs. C. Bevill and children Mr. late Denmark is visiting int I of the Germans! and the bad grade hogs near large packs
tt home of his purest., :Mr. and Mrs. It. and many friends. He will be burin spent last week end with relatives Stoke this week I I11' weather that is prevailing on the centers less freight charges. says .
d e, O. Wright. this afternoon at the Dyal cemetery at Wellborn. :\ Shepherd Moore and Misses! I southern part of the line. I P. Spencer of the Universit\ Fla<<
1 Mr. K.; K.; Hurncy having sold out One of his sons, Chorale who is with Mr. II. C. Surrency attended ser Gertrude and Anna Mae Anderson< und I While the latest gains recorded area ida extension division. The low pea!
-3 his market and grocery store possessions the colors has been wired for. vices at Miller last Saturday and Sun Dora Johnson were visitors to Urcok- net. us great on the whole as those paid in Florida due
are largely to ti
r left this! week for Jacksonville, Mrs. Jim McCleneghan: and two lit day.Dr. Monday:\ afternoon of previous days, they neverthelesshave
) I where he has secured a Rood position. tie children. and Miss Inez Ilaislop J. Bishop: of Alachun, was in Mr. Arthur Bennett, of Theressa is! | added positions of strategic value lack of a number of hogs ulimnt!
v I Quite a nice little party was given all visited relatives in Jacksonvillefrom I our town on professional business! last vi.iitirg his! gv.-ndmother Mrs. Rhoda to the allied line for the further furnish a regular supply.
on Thursday evening of last week at last Wednesday until Sunday. Friday morning. ) Sapp. I prosecution of the efforts to clear the In order to have a steady math.
w the homo of Mr end !Mrs Enoch: Griffls. Mr. McCleneghan accompanied them Dr. and Mrs. J. E. :Maines of Lake j I 1 :Mr. S. II. .Mooic: went to Jacksonville territory of the enemy. In the fighting there must be competition amen,
It wns announced as a watermelon home And will spend two or three days Butler, were pleasant visitors here :Monday more prisoners, runs! and war buyers and a sufficient number t
on cutting. ., out there were games of with his family before returning: to last Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Mis.i C'hc.tet AK.i/e: ., of Rising, I stores have fallen into the hands of hogs on the farms to warrant tht rat
w I ; nil kinds both indoors and outdoors, his i> work. I Olen flaxen who has been spent sacral days here this wl'e\.1\ I the American french" nnd British solliers. ness of the packers. While ligh n't
and the children enjoyed them to the Mrs. Sim Kelly and Mrs. Roy Roberts spending the last few weeks in Jack- the guest of :Miss !Mamie Denmark I< may sell best in local trade th, M 1
+ fullest extent, especially the games in were taken to Jacksonville las sonville retu i.ed to his home last :Mrs. John Crews and children, of As a diversion, the French to the ers demand an average: of 173 t 103 3t(
c the moonlight and the watermelons week to St. Catherine Hospital, where Wednesday afternoon. Lake Butler were' quests of :Mr. und I lorthtttMt, midway between Soissons pounds in live weight. They can n<<
e were cut and served on the lawn, they both underwent serious opera Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and two Mrs. S. V. DM.mark Tuesday std, Aiiiicnhave, delivered a blow use the smaller ones profitably ewes
r while the man in the moon looked on lions. When last heard from they daughters Thelma, and Owunita, Mr. anj Mra. Cliiroi"! Jiir.cs arc 'against the Herman, line which has at a lower price. A steady supply
'J ;f :, The fun kept up till very late and were getting: : along as> well as could "tpent Sunday Worthington.. gU-iits of Mrs. S. M Morrell this week) been productive of excellent results. the marketable kind would insure ui
everybody had a splendid time. be expected, but their many friend Mr. Dave Hull of Jacksonville, is :Mr. J. II. Denmark of Jacksonville, Striking on a front of about four formly higher prices to farmers
c 1 Among the children present were Alphonso in this section hope them back home visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
' ,, 'hY Griflis; Pearl GrillH Teddy noon, much' improved.Rev. Hall, of near this place _. -. -
I.1'. White Jeanette Bennett Bob Dinkins I Thomas of the Pentacost denomination :Mr. J. Nipper of Jasper, visited his v- = = =... -= .. :... :.:. -=- ...:. -:.... =- ...:.... =:..
I1 . Pierce Jones Nedu Godwin, Conan preached to a nice crowd family here last Sunday. - - - - - - - -
op ., Godwin; , Oneida Cline, Oliver Cline, last Sunday night at Mrs. D. C. KerBey's. Mr. G W. Hazen was attending to I
'
-' Karl: Roberts Eva Reddish, Bryant business in Jacksonville one day last'
rat Reddish and Flora Brown. J. K. Norman was a business visitor week.
Don't forget) the Soldier Boys. Send from last Friday until Sunday in Mrs. D. J. Byrd of Graham was

your discarded magazines/: to Rev.Kvendcn Jacksonville. in our town last Friday morning.Mr. .
.'F. ; or leave them at Grace :M. 1':. Robert Norman who holds a position and Mrs. I D. Shaw of Kay City,
; church they will be sent to tho soldiers in Jacksonville, visited his parents Ga., are spending this week with the Uncle Sam Says "Save"With
t 1' at Cam" Johnston, who are very shorton Mr. and, Mrs. J. I F. Norman, a luter's sister Mrs. A. B. Surrencey
reading matter, day or two last week. Soon after he of near here.
I :Mr. aim \n-. corer:: Carter desire returned his parents received his! !Mrs. Lizzie Lewis of Jacksonville,
'Z to express their thanks and gratitude questlonaire papers which they sent who has been visiting her brother
. I to all those friends who so kindly assisted to him. He came back and spent Mr. E. L. Crosby, for the past week the ever increasing price of foodstuffs and for the strenuous work
them during the illnea of their Sunday and Monday here in order to returned to her home last Monday
little daughter/: and who rendered be examined. afternoon mapped out for the people this year, it is more than necessary that their food

r such timely service in their hour of Miss Orllie Campbell, of Starke. i is The many friends of :Miss Gertrude should be both satisfying and strengthening at the lowest possible price.
bereavement.Miss visiting her sister, Mrs. Maurice Thomas! are sorry to hear of her recent -

Lois Terry and Miss Bessie Lewis for a few days. illness again. But we hope her This you are assured of if you buy your groceries from us.
Terry were welcome visitors to their u speedy recovery.
home town Saturday und Sunday )last. CLAY IIILL Miss :Marguerite Shriver spent lust
t NEWS
\ ''f 1 Everybody: was glad to! see them. They week with friends ut High Springs. Our store is filled from front door to back with the best and freshest Gro

returned where to (iiumesville Sunday evening Clay hill July 22.--The showers ; Messrs. A. B. Surrency and son Joe ceries to be found in the markets. Qnality is not a fad with us-.i'ts a principle.
D. Shaw
they will complete! their have been appreciated by the (farmersin and motored to Jacksonville
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course at the summer school. lust Tuesday.Mr. .
this
section.
I () Mr. I). C. Briggs and family motored Mr.! and Mrs.' II. B. Hudson were and Mrs. Jim Shriver and :Mr. Compare the prices below with what you've been paying and see what

;: over from Hastings the end of )last visitors! to :Mr. S. J. Starling Sunday. and Mrs. G. B. Colson. and son ,Res- by from
l A week to spend a few days visiting:: in Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson nail J ; the !homes of their relatives, Post- children" attended church at Maxville Sunday. afternoon.
.' master 'sV. II. Biggs and Dr. E. L. Sunday.We Prof. A. B. Shaw is! on the sick list Meat, white 30c. lb. Meal 5 l-2c. lb. Grits 6c. lb.
Biggs. The happy left for their this wt'ek.Ir. .
party are glad to learn that Mrs. II,
Hastings !home on Tuesday. C. Perry is rapidly improving from :\ Harley flaxen made his usual Meat, smoked, 28c. lb. Flour, 12 Ibs. 90c. Flour, 24 Ibs. $1.75
Next Sunday morning at Grace M. her recent illness. I trip to Worthington last Sunday af Best Grade Green Coffee
17c. Ib.
J.. Lard 25c. lb.
BFm church twill pastor ,Rev. AlfredF.venden Mesas.' E. H. Carter und Nelson ternoon.
; preach a special sermon Prescott motored to Jacksonville one !' Mr. Rand Crews of Camp Johnston Fancy head Rice, best grade 12c. lb. Hams 34c. lb.
on Jerusalem! after tho war. The day last week. spent Saturday and Sunday here
general/: nuhlic is invited to he present. with his parents.
Mrs. Jas. Strickland:; and Mrs. F. D.
? c t Mrs. E. I). Sayles left last Friday Lang wore visitors to Mr. S. J. :Star; -- .- -- -- .- Our line of Groceries is complete.We
afternoon for Gainesville, where she lin Friday afternoon CHOW LAKE NEWS .
him been spending a .few days with her The farmers of this section have

fl'j'n.ls.1: rs. Ott. bl'l'nJ"y! the past few weeks gathering : Crosby Lake, July 21.-Mr. Jeff have anything want.
:Mr. Albert Mosely visited the old fodder. Nabb and Berry Bryant, of Baker you

homo nt Lawtey Saturday and Sunday Mrs. D. Taylor and daughters: county, were visiting !Mr. P. B. Bryant -
tV and was recalled\ from Jacksonville on Jennie and Myrtle, of Black Creek, Thursday and Friday.
Monday to attend the funeral of his were visiting in this section Sunday. The fish try near Crosby Lake on
1 little neiee, Dorothy May Carter. Miss Came Starling was shopping Tuesday. night was very much enJoyed
..t I Mrs. M. K. Edwards;: and daughter, in Highland Tuesday :Mr. Wiley Edmondson and Worley EVERYTHING FOR THE FARMERWe

. i Mnbel, spent a few days in Jacksonville Mrs C. M. Hudson and two little Thomas made a cull at the home of
last week visiting Mrs. Edwards', daughters. Laurina and Hester of Mr. M. J. :McRae Saturday night.:
j daughter Mrs. J. I. Briggs.) Jacksonville, are visiting relatives Prayer meeting ut the home of II. have just received two carloads of feed of kind and in
4 1I1RsIny: Bigga and :Miss Nellie every anyone
of this community this week. M.lcRlle'lI: Friday night was well
Roberts left Lawtey on Tuesday with :Mr. H. (J. Perry was a business visitor attended. need of such can save real money by seeing us. For the next ten days we
, the auto party bound. for Hastings, to Starke Saturday.Mrs. Misses Katherine Underhill and Eva will sell at the following
where they are spending the week. Jessie Williard and daughter Bryant were the guests of :Miss Louise extremely low prices:
i Mrs. J. C. Cone is reported on the Miss Mae of !Starke.: were visitorsto McRae Sunday.
(, 1 sick( list and her friends> are hoping :Mr. Starling's last week. Mr. Raiford and Raymond Brown, Oats $3.50 sack Corn $3.90 sack Navajo Sweet Feed sack
$3.40
that she will soon be rteurned to complete I Messrs. Horace, Starling and Bryant of Pleasant Hill made a short call at j Sweet Feed
health. Carter attended church at Max- the home of II. M.: McRae's: Sunday af1 1 $3.50 sack Barley Feed $2.65 sack

Dorothy May Carter villo Sunday. ternoon.; j All kinds Fertilizer
t Dorothy May the little five months :Mrs (;Wilkinson and son, Cuy- Mr. Berry Rhoden passed through Navajo Chick Feed $4.10 sack

nt old child of Mr. and Mrs. George ler were among the motorists to his: section Monday. j
Carter passed into the Great Beyond Jacksonville the last of the week. The sad news of the death of W. II. These prices are spot cash, so don't ask us to book them.
nt 4 o'clock on :Monday morninir. The ;Mrs. E. II. Carter, of Black' Creek Underhill has just reached us. You will find
little one had been sick and sufferingfor spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. Little Miss Hester :McRae is very j our doors open from 6 a. m. to 6:30 p. m., and six days in
six weeks and. was cared for by and/ Mrs. S. J. Starling, of this section sick at this writing, but we hope that 1 the week. Don't think
!Mrs. Carter at the home of Mrs.' :Mrs. W. A. Starling and children she will soon be well again. you can come to Starke and fail to get what you want,

Moscley so as to be within easy! reachof II were visitors to !Mrs. Padgett's: Sun Mrs. B. S. Edwards and children if you
medical aid when needed. The fun. day. were vi.itingIrs., W. D. and I[. :M.
eral was held at 6 o'clock on Monday -. McKae: Wednesday. toYOUNG

t p afternoon at the :Moseley residence, BROKER ITEMS TRADING
r Rev Alfred EvenuVn. officiating./ Interment HAMPTON COMPANY

I N was made in the Lnwtey cemetery. Brook..... July 2-J.-Rev. S. S. Proc-
a Mr. and Mrs. Carter own and tor, of )Lake Butler filled his regular Hampton. July 2 &.-:Mrs. W. G.Seals STARKE FLORIDALet
''I conduct, a fine farm not far from this appointment at Missionary Baptist left Monday for Brinson, Ga., ,
city, and are well known having been church \last Saturday and Sunday. where she I is! the guest of relatives.Mrs. .
residents of this! section for a long Mr. Wesley Williams and two sisters : F. E. Henry left Tuesday for us serve you any time with the Best Goods
1 I time. This is the third child they have :Misses Edith: und Ida o' Worth- the East; Coast where .she will spend at thefLowest Prices ==
lost and much sympathy is felt for ington, passed, through our town last her vacation.
st ) them in their bereavement. Sunday morning.Mr. :Mrs. Winifred McDonald of Jacksonville Buy United States War Saving Stamps

a I Lemon Snuee/e'= for Benefit of Belgian J. J. Morgan made a business held an important meeting 4' .
t ), Children trip to Waldo last Saturday .Horning. with Fielding: Grove Woodman Circle,
I The Willing War Workers of Law- Mr. J. S. Howard and Mss Carrie No. 70 last Friday evening the meet-
tey, recently organized by Mrs A1 Stone, of Dukes, were visitors at the lag wax well attended and the drain .
v fred Evenden will give something new home of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot last ni Grove; was well represented.G. .
tomorrow (Saturday) evening on the Wednesday aftei noon. W. Blanker, of DeLand, was a .
lawn at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.[ :Miss Annie :\fcLe J. of Worthing- I business visitor here during the week.
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