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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: October 25, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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UME 40. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1918. NUMBER8.' '

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RKE CANNING 'i ,::.:. VOTE; FOR A DIM STATE ..... ; [ Our Boys, Over Here & Over 1 ; ...' % 10 ,\ot'l{ I AMERICANS FACINGAUSTRIANS-

READY Because of-the of .s> 1I0\) .
CTORY prevalence
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influenza >
iI throughout Bradford ( box to
I I county it has been impossible to *> I. : 1 l I allowed to go.1
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OR OPERATION !: .. lust have thirty temperance days, and rallies therefore for the I .*., "..' year"" of This the <: \WITH ITALIANS

take this method of calling I j
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u all believers ill temperance to use I blame I the '
r. R. C. HUTCHINSON | t your best efforts to carry the I consider '
you
i' .state wide amendment to the constitution "N I I I I I two million ';, AUSTRIANS IN FLIGHT ON 60

RIVED HERE TUESDAY'' t on next Tuesday nt the i [ '' ) and the num- '.' MILE FRONT BEFORE ALLIES f s

Hl'ILI) :\\'jfrlO) TO t\c.1 I S the polls Gospel and upon of the the ministers county of to .*.>. I take, to soldiers carry <.1> ') ,
i j the .
\rsuti\Ns I : I
1' HULDING TO .ACCOMMOK | 'a preach a very strung sermon on .' : ,: ) placed on RITRIATING: : ; OVER
INCHKASKI: BUSINESS: I .. Sunday, Nov a. 1)1S! on the'*> ,' <[ TERRITORY ('Apirmi: OMKKl ) : i I '
I question of temperance, und to *' f I I l 1 gift you can 'i A \' ; \ AGO;
II A Shaver Company canning ..' urge your hearers to exert their aa \ "your h"...." to '
jii Starke will be ready to begin ,, efforts in the interest of the .'*. !I' is a ,,"h""I'il"- .,j Over a front of some ilt tI/ miles from
unning of sweet potatoes just as amendment on Tuesday at the !I I: No mat- .a the llrrntn river in northern Italy to i
polls. P. E. KN l llT. 'a j, ) j the vicinityof the Adriatic sen. the .
IIi the farmers are ready to dig : ... I send him, k
ell their potatoes. County Chairman. fr more pleas- ? Austro-llungurians/ are being violently ) }
R. C Hutchinson, the popular m ) I Telegraph .,, attacked by Italian, British French t .s/
'0494)4 4' 4' 4,4.4'4'4> 4' 4' 4' 4'4'r ) wand! American troops
week.
iuperintendent of the plant, ar- They ,
Tuesday, and will at once start j. I ,' home news, <,,. In the mountain region the enemy Iii
iiuliling of a 40-foot addition to1 I | : I abroad, and '., resisting: desperately, and l holding his
victory building to facilitate the to the solid . I ng of the season's business. He a i| !. ' derives, ', .' I'iv'r. however, he is r in light( across 1 '
his company has orders for all\ | I doings of his <,,.1 1 the plains of Treviso shaping his j
potatoes they can put up and that 1 : ;i> course over tho same territory, through; r
cjr need have no worry about disjip to the Tele- ', I| which he drove the Italians. a year ago
/ >f their crops at fair prices I ... boy you .<, when he reached I the eastern edge of rr .
jr. Hutchinson says it is hoped to A Christmas ", the plains of Venetia
the Starke plant an all the year ) .. the soldier. .', I Already, numerous towns have been ty
Id I usiness and that he will ask theer .f the donor. <,, lih..I'nh'I..uut:\:\ > prisoners have- been
to grow the necessary prod. Y : ) perenr; 75 <. 'I taken) and large numbers of guns and I
II< Keep it humming throughout I Wheic paper ', 'machine guns and huge quantities of tl! -
'eat lie says there is already a ---- : : : class .postage ',, stores have fallen into the hands of the j I '
g demand for next season's bean I 1 countries, the ., allied troops Far behind the lines allied }
uno that he will be able to pay I : year; $L':! :Ii!!r> .,, aviators' are heavily bombing enemy -
{ I grower" an increased price for jr Ii .,,--r'"' r ., columns in dense masses which "
F ; gift that. lie .. are in ,retreat over the badly cungested 9 w i -
I ., roads. leading eastward, toward the
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I 'j e Autl'inn frontier
|LO( AL RED CROSS NOTESrantord 'wt' J !' ..' .i' .e 'h 1> Judging: the .situation from" the rapid 1 a r: a
'' 'r S : advance the allies are making it would! f '
: county responded I'ner- that I he entire front has
appear enemy /
f1
'< the call for clothing to be sent fys 'm .
licen lirnken east of the Piave and tint ,
H
(lielgian1Several weeks ago a' : fI'1"I' uilh tin- cavalry/ operating. far in nd- i
m'' i of 1.7:24; :! pounds of good1' I '
of the
\ ante infantry the" enemy forces
I Tithing was shipped by the trill be unable to reform their' battle' '
Ii, County Chapter A. R. ('. LI'GKNi: ; : : ImYIIETIIHowtn: : ,In,. ,.. 'until the Austrian border is reach- *

shower given for the hasI '' :Second; Recruit Company, ll.Ith:; Ammunition > d It is not unlikely (that many of '
I. I France amounted to the fo-! Train. Son of :Mr. and \ ''hi. AiiNtro-llungaritimi are: doomed, to
n!: .irgi number of articles: .Mrs. O. .\. Thrower, of Sturke. : i.qil.ne( ii r extermination by the. allies ;), .
JO I i>,itr- towels, :H78 hand towels, |'; ( Cards have' been received in Sturke : : The big American gore lire contin-
t n napkins ir.0, handkerchiefs I by, friends of the young man announcing : I M r heavily to shell. Gorman; positions ( +
gi amount of material has nr-i i his safe arrival over-seas.! ( H ii behind. the lines and bombing"
d 1 i Red Cross headquarters Evn '' ; I : ( planes also are" intensely active on
"ho knows how to knit is re-i HOME DEMONSTRA ,I ninths i ,' of troop l'.I'nll'llliull., In air .3 /
tin, tn" ,come and get yarn and do'' CI.l'U1' GRAHAM; : I I iiirhtmgVcdnesday t the Americans, ,+j
I' on f t in this very tie 1 : ', i t :-I! I German, aviators crashing to
'tINet;; ; necessary :Monday! afternoon, Oct :JXtli, the tin,. ground Two of the .\m.ri"IIIIII1I1.
m week a large number
initial home demonstration club in the
rken-, will be nl'edllIt Rod Cross .county was organized at the residenceI ' d".rtl'n. .. as there is a big IlIlot.t uf1I's: J. D. Byrd at Graham :Mrs --
.' I ? INM.I'EN/: : SI' ItSIFING(;
t work for this branch. The
Calhoun, the homo demonstrationagent ; ; ; '
k 'ailing very heavily on a few, I four demonstrations in the \ 'altoI'i'
gave : : ; .
\u; new "cases' of influenza have dc>
e 'I nine IIn.IIJI'lp) in this worthy .
of without of
making sweets the
use ,
11 loped ,in Starke for the past, several
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sugar substituting syrups. The pur- 'hiand It ,is hoped (he epidemic is
'hi' Red Cross work andf1'
the who rooms defend- pose of these organizations is a mutual : ( ii"W nt end here. lleWitt, C'. Jones and 4
'unlrv.helping.men are help to housekeepers ill learning :Mr--. I O.) ,1. Grillin were the last cases )
to conform to the requests of our \ \ : I I'I'I-U: : : tu be, .ported' and, they. were" taken j IJ
I the Red Cross in
:' government new conditions In arise these and abnormal each and tunes everyone 1'"l''r.1'I. <> '. ..." Tram "I last Fiidny., Bulb. are doing well Ural !1
.. ,. will Inup in a few days I
i i. Y.VOIH' I for Bradford must rally around the colorsand 'inn- "eiiteiing .
n iMuig i for helpers lit thei support the nation not by doing ,,' .1. ( oiporil, Still,'ke's visitation from, the pestilence II I-! -
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I I seems to hive been' rather light 1
.i.i 'iiiis next week. People her bit, but her all. i / nf L.ivvteyl r
in comparison with other sections of 1 j
I> i flung' to help their country ,,i In the organization; effected the following .
ti' 'p. al period are not worth i 1, ladies were elected ollicers/ : l l : \ IST: our own county and of the county at
rig : | large: but it has been nn unpleasant
(President, :Mrs. A. Lane. '
''experience anil, everyone i is rejoiced" ut
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Vict-t'rt'si1r cTit, :Mrs. J. D. Uyrd. I I "recently, caused. i iI i the greatly'; improved conditions. i
('OTTOIUI'OHT: : Secretary-Treasurer, :Mrs. 1-;. T. I / / have been, I
Somewhere
I Ilh' Stewart. ) : I from 10:! tu11!\ per cent
.. of Die, residei' of the town had) tho .
were (Mi; bales of cotton gin-i Others present were, :Mcbdamos E. J. : Klnrl.ee: sec i disease and four deaths resulted.. from I i
Drndford :Murrhee :Minnie Burgess, Harry lived in
county from the crop Avery lit.I The .deaths wire: Gen; I.. Mussey, lI
I'll!is prior to October IS, 1918, as J. P. Roberts, II. R. Jones W. P.Uyril < |I W. II. Miner, W. T 'Tomikms| well, 1,
'pared,,. J with! :l IMS: bales ginned totol" .I W. E, Da via ; :Misses liunnic !:, : uf F.larhce.: known citizens< and Will, Sanders acolored
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I IS. 1I7.! Graves, Ruth Smith, Vinnie Lane, : of the "mi-
man living in 'I'hnmrrvvillosuburb
N. D. WAINWRIGHT I ISpecial Florence Walker, Ethel llyrd, Mabel was a well ,
,;
Agent Byrd.It rsw
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the last Thursday afternoon of : : ,. died n short p :
each month The topic for discussionn :.; I / leaves a family ;] .> . .
November will be "Fats and Oils," father. or h. : .
.ind, in the meantime to do Red Cross ( 1 1PVT C,
knitting, etc. /Kaisin and :Nut Krrnd : t : : : kllon. who liv. ,. ,"
1 J! cup chopped raisins, I-:! cup : : miles weir
".i'sely chopped nuts, I cups flour, ((1ip : died) Tuesdiiv J.. .
# substitute flour), :i-1 cup syrup, 1 'f only five day- II
yam"' ip" milk 1 teaspoon sail I teaspoons ) : been partiru
n king powder, 2 eggs. 'i ) :1, ; : the epidemi', I d '
\1..v together dry ingredients and to ill to WII': ;
aft four tunes. Add nuts and raisins. I l: family. Mi-1I ,
iiising them well with flour. Real |I are vi i : 1 V !. 1ti
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irtr- and combine with milk pour this !
i tn. flour mixture. Put into a well- ;: I I " "-II. eon I 1
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' for .V i> minutes in a moderateen I he was ICninl' I I
B' sure to try this for the I $ : his h"ItI1.1 j ,
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;nool lunch. ) I( l ) ,' reaching, t'l ;
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To Canning Club Girls; I I Tuesday lit ..
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Hrndford County' Fair Association I Rev. ( I
0 generously appropriated!, sixty dol-' '' ) the Presby\ "
Ian to he awarded, in prizes to canning'I :.; ', conducting'
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------ lub .
girls, clubs
boys' corn and pig I
""VT ERNEST: : : J. DOULING ilse. it has designated Friday as Chi!- : Kingsley lake. I I JI I.UW.: 1.0.\ DIIOLIXuppl' '
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\li' 'n'g Day and Club Contest Day.' on lived with his ,ifiai v, 110 Fielii 1 Artillery''! r
'1 R Hth Regiment F A. R. !) which ,
day they will permit all club I Aim" I i ? hxpeditionai'v F.rcus I ,
''aekson S r Soq ,of :Mr. boys and girls to enter the groundsfree )! ) / I of Mr. i nd I I i a. \ tormer Lake II I: "I ln. boy. k
Mi, R. N Oowling, of Hamp-1 i as well as school children accom-I | at Crimp iieI -- -
I'M Fowling laft Aug. :ifith! i
p.mied by their teachers. Let every I I ( \UD 1)1.I 'III \ .MvSWe
he training camp. I II club girl and club boy make an effort ,' I I spPt"'mlpr// --
I Ii ir tn attend. \ I ., take this opportunity' to extras M

r NKRAL 01ROBEltT GREENE HENRY MRS. EMMAK.: : CAI.HOUN.- i I I I : Hampton.mentioned in I our deep and frl.ndlit.gratitude in". m.insured tho many to relatives un i

LIST OF REGISTRANTS in tod.ii
I during our s.i, i ttouldc, and death of
':'. I ,iiiornl,, of Robert Henry The Telegraph is publishing this i i :,' ; I; / our husband' ,tint, father, for the kind r
iir.-nched at New River crpel1e// week a complete list. of the Bradford .. : ; words, love in' it| sympathy. Our "lini r' ,
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u. s e, and Sunday in Nov..mbt-r'l county registrants who registered on 1 \ &; ; ; ? cannot bo rep, !.iced but every kindness
nds are invited to de- :September;: 12th with their serial an,1ord..r '' shown hall roa.j"l it easier to h"lIr.'ay
,"'d I 'hod at Camp Jackson during numbers. The list occupies a :[ York Her God richly Id'.' -M all) who helped, in any t'I' )
r heighth of the influenza epidemic: cons.durable; amount of our space, but I 3rd. It has way. j rj
r the funeral service was postponed r will doubtless prove Interesting< read. I your copy :Mrs. J. II. Tulbort and """- Milton. 1

''til health conditions improved. ing to our subscribers. I today- Hampton, Oct. Utlth. I







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p.Ua; rwo KltAMFOKO/ ( COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. ..JU\.... On11I1: | | |ItWeek's { I

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other states to pay that debt which: HAVE ------1 would become objects of charity. The : teachers in the qta;i! "'"---.;

explains, why so many of the teachers! DON'T wages of almost every other class! has the year 1(11(5( ( th,

1'1.. [ of the War ] are leaving 1'loridu So today the [been materially increased to meet the statistics was $:$i'd'" e

Summary school boards and trustees of Florida, advanced cost of living, and unless stand why then '

I as well UH all State und County Superintendents i: THE "FLU"Follow the teachers' salaries' can be increased schools in the" etae,t ,
there will be no schools in Florida for lack of teneln i'
officers elected \\v the T
STRONG RKMSTAM:: :: :No11.11:1'- : heed| to peat proposals but are continuing people to administer Honda's school very long number of schools y 1,
Any one: who will stop to consider! trained and ,
I iv: ; I IIIU'I01': ,MJ.II.O: HHUKS: without mercy to drive their system are asking the voters' ofFlorida the !Suggestions IleTe and Escape more r
t of the teachers ,
1 that the average yearly salary -Tampa T
before them.
foes the fathers and brothers of :Serious; IllniHHWhen
r Saturday-Kverywhe-re: the German, And all the battle the allies
the utiflVst of resistance in zones the children to give them on electionclay if ,_, _u__ .__.__ ___ ._._.._--,,.-.-.. ,
offering -- -
are feel feverish -
i I are meeting with marked success a chance to pay the children'steachers you or as you
but nevertheless they have been eom- In France the German battle line is are taking cold, and l you start sneeringand
t Jelled to give! up the town of :Muing ,lowly) disintegrating under the vio- a just and living wage! to your nose begins!: to run you've
and most of the intervening points to keep the best teachers from leavingthe in ;,
lenceof the allied oirenmvo; in northern surely got influenza lC"rmwOl'kinjt CHEVROLETSfor
r the south along the railway to Leeiues- Italy Austro-Hungaruins are State in order to make a living I you and you should immediately take uf.w

e nay, which now i is all but in British I being forced back by the British, cage, and to keep' school terms from I doses of Pr. "'iIIlllms'0.: 101 immediate deliveryI

hands. French" and Italians with heavy lossesin being shortened next yeur in those Tonic and escape a spell of illness nnd

In the northern French! theatre the I' men killed wounded or made prisoner counties that have had to raise salaries loss of time in bed It is just what you have several 490 model Chevrolet

d British are centering their efforts to' ; near the shores of the Adriatic to get! leathers for their schools need at that time and it works wonderfully Touring:

t the south of Vnlenciennes to cave in' !lea the Italians are driving the Austrians this jear. Those counties must have well-and quickly] too The Cars on hand in Lake City and can make immediate

,1 ri .... the salient between that city und Lequesnoy toward the Montenegrin frontier the chance to get from one to three quinine in it kills influenza germs with delivery. This may be the last r 4
chance
and move on toward the Imt I
t while in Asiatic Turkey both in out The iron ingredient gives
additional mercy.
t,oe'tl Int junction town of :Mauberge I Syria Mesopotamia\ the British mills school tax-ns they appetite and restores your "pep," Themagnesia to buy until after the war. Price $965 deh\ c
need
'I *t with the twofold purpose,' of finally are fast clearing the Turks from, their ; may it. Your county and your' acts on the liver und bow.."iv. ered today-subject to increase without
; encompassing Valenciennes and reaching former fetrongholdj. County Hoard may not need /another m. nt t
eliminating poisonous' and exe"ie
I I the Belgian, border !|I mill or another half-mill. Hut u if they. gases:
Although" the Germans in France tions and making the body, clean and WRITE PHONE OR CALL
'1. It) : On both sides of the :Meuse the actually need it, you surely want I I I ,
Ido
and Plunders still re strenuously resisting ; wholesome, I 111'> Williams' :No 101]
I tl Americans have advanced their line, them to have it. So vote on :November5th FOR DEMONSTR
k the allied I attempts< to break I I Tonic is n ready prepared' ) prescriptionof |o\
notwithstanding. the' strong resistance their line, they are giving! away steadily for the ratification of the amendment I a noted physician the late Pi, n.! I B.? s

1 i. h of the .n..my.unH'rou": counter-lit under the force of the attacksFurther submitted by the legislature' to Williams, of Quitman Ga., noel has: Frank E. Lautz CIIFVROLI/r DEAl I I
4. t tacks' have [been launched by the Germans ,-, +lt''
j south from the Oise river to Section 8 of article XII of the Ton- been extensively useel for malaria, I
11 9r ; the Americans but allthese
against
1 the region of Bethel, the French have stitution fixing ten mills instead of grippe, ,colds hills and. fevers. (;,.1 II i
1 \ have been Hiiccenxfully sustain ..
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signal I forcing -- - ------- - -- -
-r.1 J i ,\. r ed. The Germans in this region/ now gamed a victory by a seven as the maximum county school bottle at once and begin taking it and, -
? retreat of the enemy in the big salient make "
'' t are badly outflanked by the French tax. In justice to pour children rand 'oul'lIulf immune from the "flu.
:
1' north of Loon and are threatening: to to their teachers this Is both All druggists! +and 'drug dealers' sell it ',
-1\:.1 standing on the left of the American: your
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cause the collapse of the entire (; or can get it for 'ou-c: l ,;(0e
) tend a
.l line ut Vou/.iers mend it is probable they duty and your privilege
1"\;i ,tt, (IJ.t 1 goon will be compelled! to retire, their man line eastward through a "r'j bottle Refuse: all "uh"titut.-"dv. II
turning movement. --- .-
' i 1 .1 entile line from tho north of Vou: iers I .\PI'Ho, E '1':11.! : ''I-\I\C'_ _.: : : : '' -
I 1 For the t first time since the Americans - - IF..V;:'; MILLS I : FOR S'JoI.S< ) ::1
i I l" :fj{' :+\ to the region! of Utiiin.Vt :: From Tacks U UThis
the have e
-- entered war they opened "'" have received a letter from the. Up .,
tire against the buck lines of the As the law now stands, the county
: : 11I'-:'; LINKS: W\nJU?: t(; ON ALL (campaign committee of the t'a.I"i ) 4
I{ enemy. with their new long range guns school 1 boards, in each county may tick
I: I4 !VIMS ()\MMI.KN: : nto\r:'; fund asking us to ask! the people to ;
; und are heavily bombarding Longuponsome for a levy of seven mills This is the
vote for the ten.mllll1m..ndml'nt "o theteaihers
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lit": 'li distant from the American constitutional
: 15 miles present limit. Whatever
S\m.lay-C1f'rmllnY'K hard pressedsoldiers have
can bigger salaries. Thisis
4 l(I"t are being, given nei rest as the first( line positions. In Albania the first time the people of Honda this tax will produce on the property is a HARDWARE store and v.e ,,>!1'' i.

; Ilntish, French and American forces the Austrian have been driven back have been asked to to vote for the special assessment of the county is the am- HARDWARE exclusively.But 4F
.i I by the Italians, taking more than !Joou) ( < ount the school board cnn expend for
,
continue with their drives \
r success on reason of giving the men and Women -
it '. impoitant sectors from north of Valenciennes prisoners, in the driThe Turks are! I in any class, craft, business, labor> the schools in that county. In other we handle EVERYTHING in Hard 1

I to east of the Meuse On the fast being driven out of :Mesopotamia words, the only way to increase school
t calling or profession a raise in "Iul')', from a tack .
I the British forces. up.STARKE
by< I funds
is through the increase of
' :' northern end of the front ill France -. and supports what we have said about prop

; / the British maintain then progress in |! the teachers becoming unconsciously' erty values. HARDWARE CO. 1r
) I'TilE IH.HI-) ,\" values increase ', school
( encircling Valenciennes In the ('E'n-1' !| an autocracy The Legislature ...f I Fu-'! property ( ,
\ ter the French have shaken seriously rida is very wasteful with the people's revenues increase, but as a matter of Starke Florida i
y < the German; defenses!'! along the Serre A Word toolirt 1'1'011Itatc:; ('ampa / money. It can make arrangement to fact, property values have not incieas- ,

''S': '. and eastward' toward the Aisne at ('hateau ;IK n (ommitU'C pay teachers better' salaries if it will. edeel even in the fist in nronoition, tei
J. the demands of the schools.; ; :
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i" ; Pur'i"II The American -
troops
1 and yet not raise taxes. Put it up t to it
I east ami west of the' :Me-use not only America ovves its civilization; bothto I to do so-ami vote against the amendment ing to the state "' (' 'rl'I'I-1 ,tI

hold their gains against htrong enemy inheritance and to tunning Its free port for the year 1010!) the ,

I .\: t reactions but have (further strengthened institutions, inherited" from Hnglishspeakmg : The Ocala Star from which thi' a- fur the your, II\H.! \(; in ,school I'\.mll'-/I

'; ,' 'f t their position north tlf> Grand l Pie e peoples came down to us I bovu paragraph is taken and the Punta '.. was :!.a per' cent, while the incrrnse

>\i', 'i' The Germans: continue to f fight desperately from u past tilled with heroic sacn- nor .. (10 cheek the, iidvane-i'. In other words the demnncls -
of of
l' the the tinschools L.___ I.I I.
fi'p. and have been preserved" because in state that, so fur a- the --L "
t f American troops along the vital front I Imeri"lIn Herald and l the need of more !school I I'
I .\ have observed '
youth been taught arc opposed fro the
o east and 1 west of the :'I1..u1'11I'i( ,' amendment funds, increased I in that your .)tnthre'o III'I ,
i their origin und meaning' and to know to be voted upon at the I '
counter, attacks at various points on times ns much as the revenuesto I I,
,
y rf I both sides of the river have been repulsed the significant of freedom of .speech, (general election November: autlvniing '. meet these demands, and while. I I III'l' 7
a possible increase : ::1:
freedom of in taxes for I
.t 4 hut tincneniv continues to conscience, freedom of tihool henis a small annual increase in
-i action so long ns the right of othersare purposes' from seven to tin 1
bombard the' Arnein-aii, line heavily, mills property values, it is certain that there II IIi

I e I'I'k In the' last week the allied. troops in respected, and. to know, ton, the Both of will be' but a very small increase during i I I 1

Prance, and' Belgium' have, freed KM) sti'tiggles! of their ancestors, for trial these! papers base their ar- the present crisis ns!' values ire

t I f I'' square miles' of territory from thegiusp by jury and for self government Thomas people gtunint of against!this important the adoption by the not going(' up of their own accord and ilill I{ No Mystery Iii l
amendmenton
t / of the enemy" Paris i-htiinutos. Jefferson' believed that the hope the undoubted there" is little or no building and I 1i

\ 11 that in the last four days the Germans I..f lasting! freedom for this nation lies permit an increase fact that it would mprovements! so the only way to ll' i

t f have suffered. total casualties! of its public !schools, and the American weigh the welfare of of the taxes. They meet it in time, is to increase the 1'1 I 1
children of in Meat
.' 5(1.1100( including )) /prisoners people accepting that view almost asa this state against the small increase !school millage. The present maximum
r; In the ,continuation of their attacks very is seven mills and
I religion, have done much of practically every i
to make taxation the
new amendment
between the Piave and the Hrenta the county in the state
t 1 Italians have captured, more than 2,000 their schools the best possible. Training would authorise.;!: They seemingly are this maximum for several has been levying ,

prisoners in the Inst twenty-four: hours in the public schools has had l perfectly willing to sacrifice the boys the years. If

and are still advancing. much to do with what efficiency we and girls of Florida +in order to save he maximum proposed amendment will is adopted, Some things are so simple I
levy be
ten mills
I ; have shown as u nation in this war, a few paltry dollars to a prosperous
Some counties would not need to increase that they have to be explained I
.\ I.I.lImItIIES: CONrlNUKi :'; I with the efficiency of our Army in people. I I

I '. 0 i ill Kilt (;\INS ON .\u IKONTSMonday I Fiance and most of this training has I The Star, however, has found something mill and their some millage counties! more tha none I" again and again. When things
would
I' I I been given! by poorly paid. under-nnnl m. W to- ItrrTI-. -* .ntrtlinut.ft........ thn,.. _n.vwiil.. ....-- ne-eel" three, .but in order that perhaps. I are obvious, people keep looking III
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e IR, :< : -On the western battlefront net'nt in that it had been asked to any
I women teachers! who have had to depend sup- county may have the right to increase
the Hntish and l Americanshave the for mysteries behind them.
4 riencn" port amendment because the
on relatives for he millage .the I ,
amendment
"t" support during must be it ii
I \ continued to make< further slight teachers need the additional salaries ,

t j' gums against the Germans; in the part of the year, who still are compelled and it says that this is the first time which ratified it will by the entire state, afler So it is with the packing bus- Ijl I .
be
V to '
spend) money for continue, discretionery with the
Italian theatre/ both the British and that the .
have
people been .
asked
to school boards iness. The size of Swift
o I 1 Italians have scoied >successes while self-improvement at Summer Schools, vote in favor of any espoi'lal class. and the county commissioners mere III

I. Asiatic Turkey the Itritish have cape and this at a time when' the increase Of course' one result of the increased what increase of the several counties, us to & Company confuses many. ,

turl'dI teachers particular id1 Because their ere
, the imaginations
I I, ahead on both (hanky of the Tigris almost impossible. When more pay, that is what it is for year. as levy is determined

Y J Mesopotamia; / with the Turks unable the cost of living shoots up suddenly. '. ami I there never haw been any other.. annually.The teachers of Florida 1"" not geared up to scale, they believe I

C f J. to check them The full of Aleppo teachers are among the, last to receive idea than that the. miobtained, what they l'l'I'lve. and cannot it liveon I there must be magic in it ,I
and the continued uilwince, the were not
C I up an Increase of from a ten mill tax would be. "
Some used
pay. Floridaaunties for
the
inextending fait
t 3 Tigris are moves of such strategicvalue ( have, it is true the work of the' sihool and that many of them have I"l somewhere-some weird power. Ii ,
!
: t that it is not unlikely Turkish! given! an increase I generous! relatives to provide: : for Ili

I \\1'( opposition shortly will b<> entirely overcome this year to their teachers giving teachers! now so 'poorly. paid. them during their vacation they Swift & Company is just like! any '
.
but that HoniL-thinir near uhnt th.> ..... ,. i,.... I 'il'ilI I
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t both in the Will! .nnauiKIn. *..ate.. .I.. ..,, '- ' '
Holy fund and Mesopotamia. .n. n. : '
1 e .J \well :
:
by
r they so serve the ; ,: other manufacturing business run Ii:
public and
thechildren
\ t they trusted to the pot.plo'a sense' of II. G;. II\IWI I> ; <'(; ('0.)

I The french armies (righting: !' on thi- fairness and| juMtinnnd the patrioticappiiMintion / teachers than of Honda. \\ c' need 1 more Byron G'I"1'1'. 11, lH! I human beings like v.ouisef: ; it takes in ""i"iI Ii

forty-mile front lietween. the Oisi. andAisne of the men nil. women the I'st'aehl'rs than we hate. we need Old! I Kentucky.; Mfg.I ('o., I raw material on the o.e hand nnd turns NI III IIII

'; rivers, are keeping up their of- who have had the benefit of n public, more and better teachers we cnn .obtain and I'uducah, Ky.I I out a finished product on the other. '
fen.ive can 1 not be.ecured I dentlemen : II'II'n
against the (ic-nmins\ and hove school education in Plornli '
made additional gains! taking several Mate ,,f this Union. Hut or in any "ida has without more pay than Hoi I hail cholera in my herd of hog rev ,I Swift & Company keeps down the ill I
other heretofore
of th,. villages! and compelling! thoinemv have counties! been nbieto) pay Gently and begun feeding the B, A. between
found absorbed
l that them. the
'III
impossible. In jUllticl'to ,. Thomas' "spread, or expense
Hog Cholera
to fall Lack at various points. s 7 Cure a nil stopped '
i The1 Xmericnns. have begun the both teachers and children the more We grant for the sake of the argument losing my hogs at once I was I raw and finished material to AS !'I
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month nf (their operations! ill second the- '' fortunate counties must give! s such that the legislature has been lining from four to five-each night until ':9! Iowa figure as possible. ( If it fJn'tit i

region! of Vnidun '' counties the chance to raise more wasteful of the people's/ money wemay I began the use of this preparation. would be of business by
by keeping their out
| put
up school : i
attack 1I1.1I111"t! the tiermiins'from; the fiends. ; it will rot with. each grant that, possibly/ some schema I raise about :JIM) head of hogs each ,

:Meuse to the exuded country north of I! county then to act according to its might be devised by which the legislature year and never expect to be without others who do.) I

Grand .... own necessities. could! raise the your, remedy.\
I' :-MIUO the :Americans be-1 necessary money I
How much Swift &
Company
I for the public schools in YOUI'M'N' pays ill
Iran their op' ,'t.itions northwest of the ) Toirni rican teachers some other ) truly
largely!
Verdun seetoi' more then forty-live to the differencein and any than the one propo..CBllt/ it H. G. imtnisoN: & co. for the raw material, and how muchit
i
a villages! have I"'n !liberated an ad- !' cation, is! dun the difference system of edu ever has done so and there is not :si,101 1 I in Staike by R. S. Jones.--\Jv. gets for the finished product depends

i e. vance to nn 1I\'ral, I"pth] | of ten mile '!the American, and the ; between the hlighest probability that the Star upon conditions which Swift &

has 1 been made and. "mom, th.in :JO.OIXI T I <> one American Cerman soldier. and the other paper can, by defeating Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Y Germans; have been made prisoner. teacher, too, is due this t amendment, induce the legisla nruiUlsM refund moner If PAZO OINTMENT fail Company does not control. {
the fact that July 1 I. Lily) witnessed, tore to do| anything else '"lire Ilihinil; . Blind: Rli'wlinn, cjr Pnil/uilioU;; Plies. III IIIIt
.V crash has come m th. of'I than it has Iti'tnntly J relieves I Itching and + much
the personnel the |.,unchln ( of th,' |'a"I.t" fleet ot'm..r'hllnt ( done heretofore.The r: ;I <> nfr r die tlr.t n'rl1i" .: noup ran,eeliu getnI.he depends entirely upon how
German; high lommu? I I. I i.en; I.ud- and //I!
ship ever question people want the finished product INI
I lllrtf laumheil" merely is, do
en< reputed to be the Irons ot the in one we want
pi-'mired' ; \ year' ill all the \vorlel.'c ptiitic, und our schools. to reflect the progressive"Pint how much raw material there is avail- Iii IiiI

u i.ient' ;, efficient but poorly pamericnn, | of Florida, do we want th<>' I able to make it from. II'II'I i'''

Hiitam and l Prance befoio the I t'.ut,.,1 1 teacher showed the United| States Km children of this. stole t,. be properly ,i'I I

-'''ites could get under way in n '11,1! r'e'gency! Fleet Corporation h.m. to get educated and give nn even chance ice. I The profits of Swift & Company II

tary seas.has resigned! his portion" the. nOOOuo) expert ship cnrpcntersi lire where with the children of other stalls i amount to less than one cent per pound ''I'II.

as (tint euartermntPr !:'('n'rallln ha- .. only provide good! schools I I. on all meats and by-products-Iess
emperor mnpteel the resiirnationSimultaneoulv. 'I' ." II could lie found In the and efficient I II
while; the German :s'"1.... or indeed I n.tdl. teachers ? po we wish to be guided bv' one-fourth of a cent on beef.
all
in the
i line continue- tu iiumlde' under the I ,. '.'"Ujfht here world IIl\dl' th.'I..hes of papers that are publish I I: I II
for led
the I I
work. Hverv: in the
ullieel attacks most backward., I
and 1 the <(< n-rmun border ,>"K' -.lid so tions of
; is slowly\ but gindu.lly' being! upI I ,' it was, impossible," to train1tn i the state, to the great detriment of ,

preinrheel by (;lermnip:. ', liie'". comes a mn..i a? needed and that the suh |I the progressive portions of Honda"I

IL report that the reich-tetg! b>. u large! ; erlcnn iimrm. .|had, ,, u- whipped Hut an ;-\m"1,I ,. answer of course, i i,, that we I J ,; Keep Your Pledge
t majority has passed a l I'll,!l placing! the I a hi' ,hawed| the heads" of :wait, our children properly educated, \; Make Good for Our
militniv ommand under the I the mil,11111,, ,just, ,h"w IC Fighting Men I Ir
i mtitrcilof to train the men 'ii e i there is no other way of I
7 I the civil government. I! and to do "th, impossible thln of fin' Is than by approving this securing BUY WAR SAVINGS
propos I
'!- 1 training expert hip carpenters with c'"< 'nlml'nt.liaml' Ilirilel r- STAMPS
Oct
h .I ....:.\0: OI'I'hlt: ; op (iEIOI: 1\: \' 'unbelievable' speed' The :Jin? i h .r* '
ships
|IS:; NOI I-1.11'KINI I (; 1'1' l ltl\F': '' Inumhed. .And were .! I ,
tmlnv th.
I I
l ie are at work Supreme Court hit decfd',1thin I

in the shipyards prh't."lIl1y" || the full1I'e.Ie.1 -he Legislature. ('lInnllappro->, i
Tueselayhil both Germany nnd I l
c r Austria seek uotu of expeit, men. prir one cent for the general! main Swift & Company U.S.A. I ,
lire "mete' > secure a cessation ... ,
.
,j The debt ten 'o of the public schools.!
of hohtilitu, and I Turkey also, America end of Florida

is reported to be favorably disposed! I and of civilisation to the American funds There i ill no way to get sufficient At State Farm, registeredJack "

toward peace, the entente allies' troops I teacher l I., Indeed!, too big to measure except to ratify this Constitu services ,I

,, on all the battle fl'Onts arc .giving no M fen of American birth have lIonalmcn.lment to Article Ml guaranteed. - --_: --
begun In Section 8. $10.00 in advance.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARK. FLORIDA. PACE THRKH <>i 111ST

i FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1918. --. -- .- .-..- -- -.-----. .. --- --- _. -- -
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,: u. Order Registration. Order Registration Order n. :

OK SEPTEMBER REGISTRANTS Regintrntion'o. Color No. No. Name and Atldrexn Color Ni>. No. Name and Addreas Color No : I ,

,,; irlii ,,irieml" list of the drawing for the National Army > Name and Address10tU wh 5162900Leonly :2(53! : -Fiank UlCjl'". Lake Butler wh n32 I ,7-Uohll.t .Albert Jr StnrkoSil.i col nL96 ' 4

.\ .gibtronts between the ages of 18 to 43, who reglsK -Lennder Supp Raiford: wh ait:5;: 2fi!) -.George Shaw, Lake Butler col aaao ;:;- .las. Berry New-smith. R, I. Dukes wh 8L97 ; ,
,
: t"" &t, ",'ptcmber 12th, is given below. The Telegraph \ Leonard Younirblood,Butler Hampton col nidi! 10:31-J'lohn Wiggins. Uaiford<1 wh 11:1:11: : 51)7--11'tn.! Hnrtriilge Lee, Lnke Butler wh nl08 "
Lake
,) t for the Information of the registrants ami.Viwtton"1"1' )t91DarnellValker! R. 1, col alt5alliU! SO-Horace" McKever. R. B. Dukes col aaa2: :253: Henry Rosenberg, Lnke Butler wh 't490 ''

,1, .,. lo n- , 800-John Grillin.Blackstone Raiford llaifora wh 775-AU'Kiiiuler (.'lark. Brooklyn col 11:1:1:1: : : 122: .-1irhn: d Matthew Reaves, R. I. Dukes "h liitO l' .

; J' '. Ordergt 1120-William McKinney, wh altJi ]041-Dowling Senrson Kelly 1 Raiford wh 10'3:14:\ !136Villie): Brooks. R.I 1. Lake IIltl't wh lnl: .

I Name andddre-,* color .>w.V :3(55)!)-John Shipman Snpp, LawteyIdO Starke wh a 1118 I.VJ; : -Charley Joel Grimes, Brooker wh n315:!: ; ;50 t.t V. Andrews, Brooker wh ,502

1 \ ''mm Robert Crawford, Lawtey wh al )-Christopher C. Cownrt, R. 1, \\h 3161)842Veruon !I 48-1-Sei-ber' : Inn-rum Edward, Urooker wh 11:1:11I: : 1 17'! Raymond Young Sampson City col "" .

im,, Oliver\ Rosier, Uaiford wh a2 1325: --Walter Alvin; Tyler Lawtey. whwh al"0a71 !Mi7-Albert Beck, Hampton) wh n\:17:\: I 1550 Thomas Illw'I. Stnrke wh "ll,1

.-in !Hardy Gatlin Lirooker wh a3 : Run It. 1. Lulu !i85-Hubert King. Hampton col llllllHatll: :\ 1 112:4: Edward:, 1 I 1'111.1. Stnrke wh 1 i'i'I 1

1 r: mil-" Bailey It. F. D. 1, Dukes col a I ;":)-Xaion Tomlinson Lake Butler col n72u7l 137M-: : Alin, Orlulldo'nkill"/ Starke tot nI\: :\!! 1551; James l.ay :-; 1, Stnrke wh a6116;

':: '" 1 ,' anti Emmett Itoberts, Stark* wh a3 8 Eli/.uh: Tisdale) Lnwtey.Hi Jaxh : :!n!1)l) 1 ) / l i II.IIH: Mil Stephen Charles Hague. 1.. 1. Brooker wh 13517'In0frank ,

''limn Wesley Adams, Sturke wh nb -Frank II. Greene. Highway) t Branch 31711518Everett 1(15( / II-MII GrilUs, Lnwtey wh ; ; Murphy I It. 2, Lake Butler col n)08; ,\

ii'' U \ti\ in ll, ddi'h. I R. 111.' 1, :Stnrke; wh a7 521; -Arthur Minton, Brooker whwh 1 73a : IS17-\V1lhnnt; Charlie Fenske.. Starke wh IIII: 12: 5!>:2!__l Perry l Preston Kerce. Lako Butler wh Rll( ., 'i'I

,,1 ii I Edwards: Chase Starke wh aSK : Clark :Starke; wh a 1 7i\? 283- Wesley E.lwnrtl1II'11l' Lake Butler wh 3313: 14i> l James. Hall, Sampson' City rut ; f >'t

o I I ..u-t-t Showers R. F. D. 1. Lulu col 119!) 51.llImt'Iidtll..ton: Rosier, Raiford wh 177n78 :31lii\ --Juntos'Mcltae: :New-: River col a3tlailo 4i7! 1':1,1.: .II.k..n. Brooker cnl! a"ll '.

,,1' \\ iltei Fritz Townsend Lake Butler wh nlO 75)2; -James' Men Harvey (Hull Brooklyn wh a 1215:! -Willinm :Newton': Murdiiugli, Starko wh : I 117S :II'lh' 11111'II'II. Stnrke wh ail '

... ,1\"'",".rt Columbu""vi\ Lake Butler wh all I 5d8-.James (Oscar Donnison It. 1. L. Butler wh al'1;! 1012- JiiM-ph Jasper Gillynrd; Hampton wh 11:1:: h\! 131: !) Hop( Padgett. R. 1 1 Stnrke wh n61 :t 't

.}r 15 hard Bryant Holder, It. 1, L. Butler wh a12 1378: -William Bryan, Stnrko wh nl HO 439Gr.rrgeS'nshingtun: \ ; Lewis, Brooker wh nU7: I 12: 11'1 1'.11. eol .t I
)
, Smith, Dukes col a13 :IO'lh'orA''II..hlngton: Roberts, Lawtey 14(5( --John Washington Ciiimnii, Worthington whtill lIi: Hal 7H! 1"1>1 HI11\'II. Thefpsmi wh 11515

.) ,M uiipbell rn Henry Dell Tison It. B, Lake Butler wh nil 7HH; -Blanton Cameron Orvaley Theressa! wh wh IllHla 182 -John Johnson 1.iOllk col : lit 1312Robert I ',linl1. alpSUI City cot ";-.1 .

:H Eugene Harper, Hampton wh Ill;) 531: -Joseph Gary Surrency Brooker I 117-1lI'hnl'd: Lee, Raiford wh ntS6: ;,l- 1'nll'YlIla: .II,11S"I1. Lako Butler col srl7 1

l i i 1 i-v' :McClennon Joyner Luwtey wh al( !80)! )--Sydney Herbert Dodd, Brooklyn wh wh nislnl8l 852; !-Wiley Stephen BranniMi. R I I. L. Butter "h 11:11: : 2 -: : \ I Itoberts Lnke ButUr wh :

irge. George Gritfis Lawtey wh a7 1481-Lester Warren Starke (67-'holes\ !> Alexander I Dougliias, Guilford wh 11.2: 420Gordon:! T.ndIKt"ll. Dukes, wh nS19!
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PBM
n'i\ o Johnson Worthington wh a8 (i8'l-William Walter :Moore. Lulu wh illS 027--Brady E. Brown 1 It. 1, Dukes wh 5:35:1: : : ::171'1) 1 Ralph Atkinson'righl Lnwtey wh ua0: ,

I ,, ThomasTurner' in New.; River col al!) :385-Samuel Mickens." R. 2, Lake Butler col 3186! \ 141-1rnrge! ; :McMillan: Sampson City eol 11:151: 1 II 15 -.li-sse. I;"I1Shi"lt')'. R. 1. Dukes wh nS2l: r.l'1

; IIUItAlpx llazen Guilford wh alI:! 1338: : --Joseph' :Morris, Stark col n87u88! :352; !--Fred.I William Johnson Lawtey col a3SS1:37'1Fred : : 2111---( I 1':11.: EdwardsI.aCrousc. I cot 122
, 5 1422 Loffle Avant Sturke33D wh l.ouis Butler lunch, Ruiford wh 5523;
K Roberts, Guilford wh a21 t :\ : Willinms, Starke l'111 3'35,3I1)52iullig II hi- '
11am Colbert It. F. D. 1. Lake Butler col a22 : : )- John Browning, Lnwtey wh nlK! !) I ) C. 1 Roberts, Itinford wh 5357: 715Oscar 1% night. Graham wh u,21 v

2 r'n: hard Fisher, Jr.. Sampson City col a2UIT : b;..'=Thomns. Paul I llenfroe, R.I. Lake Butter wh al'.H\ ) 1 1277-lli-nry Davis :Mott Starko wh 5358 ll>< .1.hl l'. Cone, Brooker wh 12.; ; r Pfr

I K K Lee Stokes, R. 1-'. D. L. Butler wh n2lUrtie ':12-Charles Columbus Shepard: flutter Lawtey wh nlfll 705; -.Johnnie' Walter Romans, It. 1. Lulu wh nI1: > David Lee 111'1111.) l.auteyI wh u521i; '. ,
irman )
Cnrnell Forsyth Starke wh a25 232: -Chas.. Henry Davis, Lake col ali)2a93 855;: --.lames Lee Shallar. R. 1 !Lake Butler wh nlllH: I>II I2: John 1 1 1. Lake !Butler col 15)17

William Johnson, Lake Butler wh 11211(! 75it!!-Joe Mrown Graham col 84(5( ,, -Will Fralick. R.I I I I. Lulu wit 11:11I1: 519-!! .Shop !ruwn. Itaiford cnl ur.8 ,
:, 1030: Henry Calvin Vnrnes, Raiford wh a 15)4! 107 ) Fisher Gaskins; Itaiford. wh I,; \\I 1 11
Alexander Rosborough Jr., Starke ..h n 71I'nry 50!)--Robert P. Lewis. R.I I., Brooker wh n:1112: Henry i.
.lohn
., f{ 6 Edward Silcox Raiford wh a28 1547: -Robert Fulton :Moore Starke w h nl15n117!! ; 140-Thomas)! Jeff. Thompson Worthington wh 11:1.\: ..:\ !11:10-:!( Berry Chesley Gay R I It. Lake Butler wh ult: :

-Frank] Brown, New'; River col a29 1588!< -.,Carl :Mnlphurs, BrookeriOii wh allll :308- Berry I E.: Rosier Lawtey wh 11\11: I 121-: Russell Thomas Taylor, \\.I.thinlton wh 1n: '

!r, William Rufus Hodge, Urooker) wh atOl. : ( William Abraham Williams, Guilford wh !! 1075) Dcnuii Lennon Kaiford wh n:1l15: 222: Archibald. l E.: Proctor. Llkl' lutl.'r wh la2;

r II Long Dow-ling, R. 1, Lake Butler wh a31 1408-James Roland Bryan, Stnrke wh u08alt! 721- Ali\ t'. Sumner., I It. I. Lulu. wh 6306: ; 88- Sam CiiuMin. I It. B, Pukes enl 1:1I ;:
; l.se Brooker wh a32 2ID.tor.wllom: '; Harris, Duke wh \)-.) 240- :Martin Ely LondholtLake Butler wh lI't117I 2!\I>!i John' H. English: 5th St., Inl'ol, Gn.: eol 35:14190I'rnnkIIn : :
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I Gainey
Thomas I ei Roy Henry Waters, R. B., L. Butler wh a33j :\ 12!>2-Lucy Dunhnm Green It. I. Starke wh n200) I 1222! !- I Daniel( Washington :Manning :Starkc103li ; "h 11:11I": Elmo: IIn,\\ a. Mrooker wh 1,533;

t Matthews Dukes, Dukes wh a3l.ll.zekinh : 141-Isni'ah Knowles R.I. Dukes col u201: : \-George Davis 11* ford cut 1IlfHI: ; a..hn, Allen :Starling; Lawtey wh 11'\:111: :1

ttiron, Green, Lnwtey col a35: 12',2-l George Padgett. R. I, Starke wh a202 :'i.'lfi-):) -I II'0-:. Norman'; Lnwtey100S wh 1I:17H: Murton l'rw"I. I R.: 1 I. i,. Butler wh ur;:
lUlii\--Joe' Benjamin Johns. It. 2, Starke wh a20in20l: 23i: > .I(;Washington Spires, It. I.. Butler wh 11)85: :I
,.,.rJohn, A. Douglass] It. F. D. 1, L. Butler wh njirtI'M ;! 1 ) Denney 1 Lee Bugg, Hampton' wh a:171: "
53(1: ( -Clyde. Rhodes Parker, Lake Butler wh : 50Robert Lldey Starkc- wh : : '
col a37l' : 217--Jet her Kennedy lake Butler "h 11:172: 11I1'lllt'r. 1:1 4.
:' Jim Frank Wilson:Mcllae Snpp Brooklyn col n38G : 277-(Jen. Ho lt. Seeber' King, M.: D., L Butler wh n205n20ti::! : 1151--Kaiford Reddish I Itaiford wh 11:17:1: : 1500--Geo.. ; ; \\'llllttull It. 1, Stnrko wh II; .

>iMunn Zone Courson, It. 1. Lulu wh a31): ) 185: -William Layton Johns., Lnwtey wh 2!:}- James' \ Garland Godwin Lawtey wh n:171: :I:!::--W illin 1 Illdl'y) 1"hl..h. I Ijiwtey wh x511I !
-< ,,
wh H207
Willie James Mack Starke col at 10 42!)-Roy I.t'sliVarcl.. Worthington 1-70:: -Gussins; P.iMiian Strickland: Starke wh 5,375I15SSta'hnr ,: I 111-1'1'(')' (o\illtl.n. Hlnlk 1'01 112 I tlf
4 Wi'llinm Lulu wh lIn1:1..RMo..e : .1I
.
711 Wesley Blackwelder Graham wh ;,
< Hampton Surrency, 1
William, Jones Graham col a41 Fad! i :McCoy Starke enl a1.0929Mu .J..hl
.r: : .. (Graham Stnrke col n20:! I IR-( 1'. Chandler Starke 1.1 a5II: I I "
Bright Lawtey col a42If > ) : nnie Raulerson 1 It. 1. Lake Butler wh 11:177: ,
Esau: I
'i' ...'IIl 'born Herod I Driggers I '', Lake Butler wh a.I4' :\ :325 J : Thomas Water, Lnwtey wh n210n211: 15.1-Wllllall1 Brady Bryan. Stnrke wh 1I\7H:\ :2 Uulphdph Grillin, 11I\\t.y wh 115 IS \ ;

;)., Jason F, Brooks Brooker wh all !)47-Geo.; Washington Whitlock. Hampton wh 878--:Sidney; (;reggs, R. 1. Lulu l'111 n:171: !) !I> 'Thomns l'mk..tII1. I H. JII..PI wh 115: II: ,.;
wh n212a2ii
wh a45Stepney ; 450; -Henry Oar Rivers, Brooker 571 ( Lake Butler 258Jake: Grngery, Lakeland1S1 l'ol 3537;
(Dennis Glisson Arnold, It. B, Dukes ieorge Hampton, col nISU:
I 5$1 1 Tisdale Lawtey col n4If. 201) -Ernest: Wood Lake Butler col : 875;-David I Young, It. I. Dukes col 11\1: I !! --Henry Forrest /Redding, Lawtey wh 5514; .

.' ..'harlielorlClIl1: R. F. I D. I. Lulu col a47li 1403: -Esten: Brown Starke wh a21 1 !1)8 AildiciiHH) O. Yarborough Worthington wh nS2:: 1172: -- Henry Ricks, StarkoI "h 1031'1; : j

-Lenniel Bryant Varnen, Itaiford wh a IS 1585!!; -Jacob W. Keller Starke col n215n21i 434: John Pinkney (Howell/(, Mrooker wh 1IIS:1: : I 1I11 I Ira Wynn .\1lrl'w". Stnrkeso.1 wh nIi.1; j
: I 1301: -Earl: Edwards: Starke wh ; Sullivan Thert-Hsn wh 5531: ;
:! ,
col u49 221 Austin
('hllrlierlldc.( Dukes Augustus Walker, Lake Butler nth 11:11011: FI'II1I \'wllrt
.. Daniel Columbus Davis R. B., Dukes col n50Jos ) :38I-.Smith .John Lake Butler wh n217 1131: -Ben Mattier, Hampton rot 10:185: ; ((111Joe!) Lee, t'ol 3358: : : j

Redding :McLeod. R. B., Dukes wh a51 158; !)-Harry IlVeest, Hampton wh n211 135: Dudley I I.. Clyatt, I It. I2. Lake Butler wh nISII: !911IGbrrt! : 11111"011.; Hampton rot 1a; : :

111'1-0' Wallace Price) It. Jo'. I 1). 1. Dukes col a52 1358: : -Sonie ArtPrnm Solomon Sampson City col a21ln220!) 453: -John Washington Lewis I R. 1. llrooker "h 1387: H88: John, ,,,' 111'kwI 'r. lull wh 11551; ,
wh
2tt, Knoch Council Warren, I It. 1, Starke wh n53in ; 485; -Lucinn Otis Hn/.en, Mrooker 1 11515; ;-James: Addison! JOIH-S, Dukes I enl 1:188IllPitt : :2S!17--Wili. 1\\'n., Clot 11655; : :,
801) (Hiram Edward: Fortnor R. Melrose: wh a22l
,
Raiford: Alexander fliers, Dukes wh a5l \ Tomlinson It. Lake Butler "It nIS:) !' I"S.lnl': 1 I 1. Luwlcy col u1: y '
; 401)! -Benjamin Dewey Duke, It. 2, L. Butler wh a222n22i :I: : Lewis, Mrooker5iii wh n,57
II Henry Tucker Dowlmg Itaiford wh n55 1290I'rrd: (ill"I"f1t'1'1I.:; Starki "h IIWUI : 1.lwil
!9 II'! Burl J, Smith Hampton col a5(> !)!)-Daniel Webster :Moore, Theressa wh : I 1512- Charlie Cleveland l Grillith, Stnrke wh 1I:1l1&r : : Gilbert, 11"\llallo I (riggers.; I L. Butler wh n"S;

Ii" Nathan Lewis Vnrnes, Lake Butler wh a57! 211-Alon/.o Brnnnen. Lake Butler wh u22 ,;;- .Inhll Nathan'; Duncan, I R. I I. Mrooker "h a:112: 733:):) Burton :phrllnt'I'hnnns.) I It. 1 Guilford wh nS39: : !
; I 1521; George Grover Todd Starkei wh n225n22(5 13-: Andrew Jackson 1131-: Johnnie. Johns, wh ;
I L \'nnder Hill, Starke col a58itotk Reynolds! Dukes wh nW:1: : laif"0 ,-.111 \4
Ii i 15 JPSSA Cnson. Lake Butler wh (; i
Columbus. :Melvin, Starke wh an!) II''S-; Lucius" Powell Guilford eul IIIII: li.Willln I Kettles. Luwtey: e.1 nrll:1 { :"
I. 0 lohn. Levi( Courson It. F. D. L. Butler wh nliO 273: -Christopher Columbus. :Morris( L. Butler wh n227H221 1311:\ Johnnie Scott: Baisdcn, StnrkeIII \\h 113&5: : -: 1 1I.1.1I0 M. (1I..hllw.* It. I I. I L. But lor enl I."II ,
.SR-Owf'n Frank Tomlinson It. Lake Butler wh : , '.'I 117:; .. . Lake Butler wh ; : ; 1I
!IIH. John. A. Billiard R. 1. Lnke Butler col afil William Cleveland( 1111111. r. .J oh nstoten \\h 1IIIi: H"I'UI. ,-,111 f 22.
1572: -Lewis Raulemon R. 1, Starke wh 52291305.lamtv !! 21d-; John, ( I 1231: .August Verot I Long, Starkei')2 wh : ,
John Thomas, R. II., Lake Butler wh afi2J. Crawford I It. I. Lake Butler \\h 11'1'17!) u\ s .
.'-" 'in Starling Starke wh n(53( : ; Frederick Kickliter. Jr., Starke wh a2.0a2tt: :! 7iii! Willie It. Price, Graham; wh) ii(9V:::, !) Willie WillianiH.; Hampton cui 1l: G ,.

'"hnIult"'r.: Lnwtey col nfill.igi 158; -George; :Marie Frigo Lnwtey wh : 150'Wit! hum Frederick. :Miller, Starko \Oh aII"SI :: : ) tool) Henry (;,1',101. Hampton col u111: ; 1 i ,

Itevins I Raiford col all;; 1150: --Frank Hundley Raiford wh II"J"7i'1RH..njllmin : /'- .I'k, BI'"wl1. K I I. Luke Butler col u'.iil. ,! 5iir Tonimie Thomas, Lake Butler wh 1:7: .: g 1

n'I: "hn' Henry Tolbert Hampton wh nilfi'n ; ) Franklin Hall Theressn wh n2tia2l: : I II28,,- 1'11111'1'11'1,1.;; : : Stiiki, 'nl aI1)1) 159Ilu:!) 'Iin) Elliot: Jones' Sampson City wh 11.11: "

,Washington Hicks, Hampton wh ad7 I 74li..orU'e'I'.tlit'I ; Harrison. Lake Butler wh :: I ,300 t l h"J"I"'k: :\:01'11I1111': frier, Brookl'r IIII I ; -.JI'k"," Itihal.lsolI Dims, StnrkoI \\h nlil; "j
: \\h
'II12
1O:1eol'A'l'pt..t"ne.:; New'; River wh 52:15SIFrank : U ,
1 .K; 'mi i Reynolds, Starke col a(18( : : 1261-.lake: ; tnpp. I R. I I. Stake! wh 1110:1: 11"1 I I 11'.1II.t., c..1 n71; 1,

1 ,11 Hugh( Jay', R. 1n.I 1, Lulu wh afi1!) : Jones, R. B.. Dukes col 11236911:3Charlie ::) J I1FrIIe Guudwin1'. Htul'k enl 'III I IH7; 'hllh"'ill. Lawtey wh a.;I !
: Angus Hall. Hampton/ wh a2t7:
rhr"I'I': .lames 1 l'III'IIWI1I'I' : 11) Archie Britton gooier bowery n:
>
In' "hn :Mathis, Sta ike col a70 l.uwI..y wh 5105 \h
t'|>> WullitCrews, Brooker wh a71 Illi8-Leroy Thomas I It. 2, Stnrke wh 52:18l2George :! 1505--lurhiiri; 1 Stephen 1"1'111111"7. -tarke:; uh ; I 110$ 3 1',11111.1 Noah Shaw, Brooker wh n.7:1: i 1

1 < hns. Dell Starke col a721Vin ; :: Henry Ellsworth; : Garner, Lnwtey col 523951511ubert : 1290-! \YIIJUII11 I Bury Thomll'. I R. :Sturke \\h :: 107) 10(5-( foul Donald .\dlln., New River wl a7: I ,: :
: : Bennett Johnstown! wh a2 in 11:1-: George W. Mclvin.1 Monroe Lulu 5575: ; '.
II i
,
J. Archibald Johns, 1 R.: L. Butler wh a7i: 11lon-(' : rnO"I'I'h all' 7:1.(10)0 1"11"
urtl" II.
Clark Starke wh n2lln2 o 17- George, I II.) l'Ulr..lnth. I ; (Ed.: Hlul.Vynn., cui li711;
Luke
(I'!' \\ -ry Ennis Craig, Brooker wh n74 !5)2) Dan ( Dukes : Itutl"r \\h nlu9 I lil'ol'I" Lawtey o
I Hugh Logan Brownlee, Starke: wh a75 Green col : 12 I\I-: : ; \1'11' :\Idijll; I.eggitt tal'ke col IIi ,..1'i "I '"(, It.. Lake ButlerI7 wh a577 .
!M>2 Asia Keith R. Dukes )
1. U
1 I. Biloxi] : col n21.1n2ll I-Jul11eH IIIIXh'I'. ;!> .' Strong, Lawtey col a)7R;
I'H "uir- Edward Jordan Miss. wh a7ii; 411 Francis Brooker : Wnl'Ihll1U'torl wh all( Willinl "nll .
1'00 Russell. 1-\:: en Hornshy Stnrke wh a77 1123: Willinm Dyal, Ginn wh ;915-luhn Burgess! H. I J. Lulu l'ol uII2 HIM; ) William BI'YliltVnt'r..., Lulu wl a571!) ,.
Henry Itjiiford wh a2l5
!Laurice Coleman Clemons Lake Butler wh a78 9711George \\1I.hll'A'tnn' Hllht' I 1113: -John Benny Starke8H1 1551)
I 11 102-Will ..Ja.'klon.ew:': River col 32101501Sidney ; : : : Hampton wh ulI\:\ HiI'
Me :Marvin: James Green Hampton wh u71!) Franklin : -Syh'eater:I ) Uriflis. Starke wh 0217 ::37:1h: ov''r William.. Sot :38O George. \\ New Hivl'rh liS
1 I' wh
!' Felix Hnrtlin Long, Stnrke a80 230: Lake pp. New River wh 115 'Ilinr"I..w..
"';Sylvester! :Stafford Graham col a81 : -Kihby: Lamar : Butler Starke col a IR1.ISIIII'hnei S91)--S:'!' c'ntt :Merix.' H. 1 J. Luke Huth'r col ii ; S II 111\1,11, 1':0,1.10.: I. l Lnke Butler wh n1S\:
Joseph McRne.
wh n2l!) '.t --\lolIc': C. I III I wh I
4"8 Steve Howard Brooker col a53James 12i0! -Frank / Craft. R. 1. |Lulu| wh 11117 Sapp li1H
lremingwnqStnrke
Frank R. 1 Dukes wh aH:| wh a250 ::317 Roberts. H5; I'alen Smith Colson, Brooker wh
Douglass; 152(5(\--llarney Varnes, Lake Butler !: w'.f" A.r"lrp Lnwtey wh uilS n1Si
l'l' Jeff J. Johns. Stnrke wh a81'i "! wh 0251 I 1502Ed." .. Neal 1:. I Stnrke:; wi' I 11117 Sum Anderson, Htl..k.. 101 a ;

: -O$h'orA'Y Williams, It. I. Dukes col a85 :357*) --John Joseph' Lawrence Edward Davis Phillips, Therensa' wh Ii232n253 I !lS -Lrr (Goodman; Jr., Starke col :a121): ;) I 1152: ('""Im Walter Johns' RaiTon. wh II1H7I
I.nwtey rol
' > l.ncy Roberts: Edwards: Starke wh a8ii 807 Joe Howard Rniford : : a121 1
,",4 Mills James Batten Theressn wh n87ihn !fio.V -Frank David Hyler, R. 1. Dukes col col! n25: 1 1a255 ::1'!>r- .\!.Ihur. Chesti-r "Kelly. New River 'nl 1122:: I: :372 Lerov Cnrmichiicl) 11. I) Starke \Oh a1S:1:

"> '- Lawton Anderson R. F'" D. I. Lulu wh 1188Hi 1li!'- rh.imas. Burn Edwards: ., Brooker : --Will(: Warren, Haifonl,I rot 1112 722.bis.' Nelson Douglass. J I. Lulu wh al11! .

/ .-kiah Williams, North. Chas $. C. col a8!) ((15(1-Elhcrt: Arnold] 1 Douglass Lake< r wh n25l5a257 HillClann.e lee :SrulrVurthingtof, wh 111'1 1525IJobirt.; Gtintor, StarkeL'I2 wh 15!
; Butler j
.( K-lgnr) Thaddeus Knight Lake Butler wh IIO!! ';58-Wesley! ((1.\\. Lnwtey wh 1113 I,I : .latnew; : Miller! Plant' City 1:01 5415: ; : !I l-Vi-d$ Andrews. Lake Butler wi 5592!'

S'lthaniel, I E.: Roberts R I 1. L. Butler wh uH! OOD! -(Oscnr) Rawls.: R. B., Lake Butler wh pol! 25S: :! ::::,5-Iusti.1'hlorhnn!;:! I I'lirrUh Lnko I Butler \\h nlz6 I: .. |III!>5; Mill; Siimpter, Snpp .01 alnI t tI
1125!'II )
'- .- ik- col a)2!): 1121 I Uilliam ) :UHBenjamin I \ Franklin I Itenfroe.
i /
.
:!> !---Arthur I George" Andrews, Hampton wh : ;; llollinirxwiirtli.! Kulford: \\h 1I1.7 II'Iiver \h nl1fd
," 11 (.1' ills. Lawtey wh a)3!): I :: .. ._('oloiu-l Arthur Strickland, :New': River n2HO: 1..11-' Royal David' ienrw.( Starkf wh 31:8 I I .lami'H :Matthew! Dixon. ,' wh nr!"

Viiiain,) Hamilton tierce, Lake Butler wh nM I II I -'.- -Henry Lester .John. Lake Butler wh wh n2ilH2I52: (:) Jli! John frank Colley: Starki- wh ul 129! 75" Thoinns FrankMiernnlhy' I Ira: bam wh ,! '

\ iM-t Pride, Tallahassee col nt)5!) ; 21- -Willie l1Ii'h. Lawtey col :;'; .1 I:" -I Edwin:: :Jai-kMin, Cunningham, Brooker wh 111.11I))) "00 Hiiroin Woods, I R. I l. Ijvo: Oak .01 nl17! 9
i :Starke; col aii! ; I n2inn2i I !" Men :Stilli-y.; :Starke; '! Lnwlev
-\.X I 1:1::! I'i' -(Raymond Jackxin. Stnrko :- : ; \\h a III'I'nrnrnir r.1i'ii"ni Thomas.. .01
William, Er\in: (ireeirR.; / R. F. I n.lStllrkoh n7!> 12-:! Richard Rivers: HighljnulH .nl ;; :: I IH2I15 ">" I Jefferson' Lane. 'K. I Dukes wh ul'l' Ili 1.11"1 Wilson; Snpp. R.-iiford \\h It5U9! I

1 vi-, AIIo'I.t1111'1'; Lawtey wh u)8) I I Willis. ririflis. ; col ; I II 1--.lurries Smiley Grillis., Law-lev, wh I')9);; .111: I 1ltl11 William Sowrll.. I R. 1 I.. Rrnoker wh nl:11: ,:
l.awtev '
William, FiH'ivst! Harley, Graham: wh a19') i I 551Chunk'l Dockins, 1 It..1. Dukes wh 11206i I.01 William! JolIYi-Mm Sampson, City col;i ;aril; 577.1"1' (Mrown Lakl Itutler rolwh l'ill) j !i

lim) II. Brnv'.n.) 1 R.: 1n.I 1. Lulu col alp) : 5--Oscar 1 |:! Wriirht Starke col a-7>(! .-,-Morgan; Pope :\Matheny liroriker"Ml / wh aim) 7Jr:) ) -John .,I. Nit tlrv. .1 ,. R. I I. L. Butler non; : 'I' i

Thomas'" AI"nznIar'lin.: Uaifordhiiid wh 1Ifll col ir ((18 :-Ernest! Jones, R.I 1 I. l.u'kl'H col aI10itJoseph 'II|: $ Siimuel It. (irif., Lnwtey wh ai03 ,
.. Shipmnn lloo l, Stnrke wh 1 i tnDa I 10(12\ -.Willinm Wilfred( ( For Yt h, SliP)'} wh n2i'n: :! .: Graham; New; Itivi-r col a |1:17: "lir.: ; .'"hl 'Ritch "n.l. Lake; Butler wli 1/11 \ .
!1273: lames Thomn Starke
Hit-key,
i.inel. ) Wesley Williams l Guilford wh : wh *270109Orville I ..".li'I-- I Drew 1 Frant-is Alvarez, Stiirke. wh IIH I I'd" JinneM Goodwini; ; *, StarkeAndrew col "|C05IlllO'i: i
a
] \ LeRoy: :Mixell. 1 It.: B., Lake Butler
,' Litho( O. Colson Brooker'olomon wh 1110 I I (!-/nry Crawfonl It. 1. Stnrke wh wh n27lI17 I P.'l: -I El/.it-: Allen \'urIIl'H. Luke, !III tier wh III\$:\!) :I'll 1 11'lnl Ilk,. ButlerJnsiph I col : ; I

Anderson, Lawtey col IIII;i 'in n272 :,HC, -1( uI' David I ) :'0111111. Lake Cutler wh a 110 I 151 I .1'I'nl' Starke wh lll07iiioi! J
-Henry Hampton Pnrmenter, Stnrke wh
'flumes Braxton Prevntt Starko: \\h u10Iit' ) n27'i127li 1 Richard (; ,( Lawtey wh all ( !99-)!) : lt. Worthington wh "';l)5I1)55
I Jnmes C. Raulerson. li"fH. 1.'rleJfnil
: Sampson
.! lames :Madison :Moore, Luke Butler wh 11107 -- City wh n271 107) -George( Hugh :Miller. (Dukes wh nll2 I:! ) .111 :' 1. 'tor0)irk.) Raiford: \h ; : N I II.t
: .
5!IIFrnr1l'isIari..n!) : Chnncey Lake Butler wh :
TII.t: :Mathew {Cason It. L, :Melroso'ohn wh 1I10 I n275 I ml:--Barney English; McRae, Starke wh 3 !! Tom Wilkinson R. I Dukes' col nli0| ; I'
7 /111': Dock Hillinrd., Graham: col IIII
C"lIin.tlll'k.:; .. col al1l9 I -- a271'W'ICIII'Y : T--Wiley: Steh.n Brarinen. R. Lake Butler wh I I :2!I'I! Lewis :Morgan Gay, I R, Lake IlutlerXuron wh ; I'I
!!> Williams :New: River: enl 1111 Illil
in- I.ndd'lItl'r., Lnke Butler wh uilO 1055John; Foster' Wilkinson. Raiford wh n277 07 -Lewis Ta Ianhaw.: ; Hrnoker w'h a 115 I III"IH58 :McDoiiiral.' Stnrke col 11:2 ''I f'f'I .'

'if.'rd. Schellie Rosier RaifordI' wh aliiI i 1 151 George :Nelson-: ] Dukes \ n27H I,:,1I -I.ee Kirkland, R.I: l.akjIlutler col a I 11"I: J : Willllm.J Lindsey. Stnrke wh : ; "
I' hr J Jones, Mrooker l'ol a112 ff> n27: !) I I-I .1"!-I. 'Riiscne I'nrrMi, R. 1 I. lirooker wh $ "I'I:I'! Jldll.v, I'"y.: Jr.' Stnrko wh 5611 I Iam (II f 11
: Silas. Works Brown wh
I 152 Lawtey
111
W .ham, Alexander ColU-y. Starke wh 1I11a n280 '*:. Turn .JuIIIS. Lake Hutli-r col I l"ili" :!I William :'olit'h"1 I KdwimN: StarkoCenrge wh '1Itlr I .r1 ;
"i-ge 1 Edgar Cone, I R. :!. :Stnrker ; wh all 1 !:.I I Stephen Johnson R.I Lnke Butler col 5251S51.I.hn I" '" -Nathan:-: Brady. n.s..r.. Kaifordi \\ all') ;5" I : :\ l.nl" I 1 : W. :Smith.; I R. 1 1Lulu wh ' I
82
..Ihn'lf'h!: Cole. II. 1 1. Guilford wh ull5 n i i I.-' Oscar llarriH, Sampmn City 111$110" 7.M) 'Hul"'II., Graham when nl17: i ,
105:; ,-, (Howling. R. : Butler wh 1'1111
i li! Jones Alderman. 1 It.: Melrose: wh aI10i I I nrou Paul. SStarke col a2512S1 I[ ''I (1'1111'al'r*. Worthington wh al""I r.l.I lncnr Tiiinliiison Lake Itutler K I

I I i nh Franklin Carter StarkeI wh all7 r:51 Timothy I '..6; , Starkcl wh a I.VJw : I John Jackson Shaw Guilford; wh nil! !> I
". New: River!: :1
!91Mik> : Unyior. col 325.779:1i.nwtnn :
1 'nu- !Long, Lake Butler l'ol 11111'1I l 1"11,, l--Phillip .'.-hul penn-e, Hampton h 111.!*> ) 11"I--lil:! Thornton, Raiford; wh III"WO:
I
nurlev Smith. Raiford wh all!) : Washington! Baylor Theressnvh n'28i!1I '1-- 11'1 Mark, ".Idi-nl. Luke Ilutler wh n I'I |I-;>:) :! 1'11'l",. '-, R.I I 2. L. Butler wh n"52lnii'J2: I IJ j
1177 rharles. James. Floyd Lake Butler wh n287
I I- -r Mrady :McLeo.l. R. B, Dukes wh al20 I -- ',:.- fnbert' :McDonald.( W".thlngtol u h 5155Lawyer I 1'\-\ fsnlnh Fowli-r. ,Rnirord. wh : t
'h.-n E: Johnson, I R. F. P., L. Butler wh al1:! ;510; -Willie Raymond: Parri-h, Lake Butler wh 5255:073Chancy ".i -- : ( ., Brooker col aIS6 71 Eddie:, ,\ I"'Iuthlilhlll wh uiO9I: :

i, IT Turner Hampton col a12. I :( :\1'K"nOI'W, : River wh n289! :';Jamim' "\ldJut., I Dukes' col a $I")7 lit; I-Joseph I Friinklin, ,; Dyeis' Lake Butler wh 5011; \

.. iri- Fr..man'rilht., Graham col aI2\: 'III--\\'altl'r: :! :Simmon-;' -. Lake. Butler col u2)0! / II| .Iun,"- "-1' cot H .l.'iH)) 887F.norh: 'Douglas! R. 1 I. r.111 col aii25lllWl; 1 ,

\ .-I Jnckson Cowart., R. I. Starke wh 0121 I I 11'1CVI'U'; Thomas 1loo'\ r. Starko wh a2H! loll! Joe :"1.ly., \\z.I, 1 Raiford col aI59 I: II 111"lleriiamin, Fursyth, Kaiford wh :!( 4' .1 I

I Matthew Douglass, R. B., Dukes wh a12; I I 100! -Louis Harder. hill Lnwtey wh u202llM.Davp : I .': Wm. Glenn :--011.: ", 'l1. I Lake Butler wh air.o': I5.VJ1377; !- S.iiiiinSalomon' ) Douling, Starko wh ,n'7'; 1

1'' ,-''. Ili-dgman) R. I. Pukes col a120I I lloyd. Lake Butler col a21I !" ( i "''!-II"/ry H. Williul-I R. I., Lake Butler wh al'il : Joseph Franeis (I'nnova StarkeGe.ngo wh 3628 .,

)fI'd I, ;.' Harris ItaifordI wh nail I t 1:02--Gu4:: 1010 Grover, Cleveland :; Raiford I wh
;
I 1 >' ;nik Brown. R B., PukeiW col alR:! Sapp n2)5: !('- Clayton Gunter Lawtey wh al': 135 I :: ': Sum Lee, WillistonDaniel col ullO j f'II.
li (nrl Shallur, 'R. 1, Lulu wh al1:!! I !:to--I''I'n''II'I.' Holder( ] Starke wh a2(5! (\ Vi-.Innies" .Norman Lawtey wh $ !: '.... Elian Powers, Raiford whuh al131 l '
alI
William, Alfred Johnson Graham col 1l10: IOOI.onni.I.ton; : Waters R. 2, 1 L. Butler wh o21)7632John --WII, White, 1llfur,1 col a 11>5 I:" Klius: II.vil.. Crews, Lawtey al:12;: I'!;t

.* '1' T.illie. (;irandon Norman'; It. I. Starke wh al1: ;: Riley Weeks Lake Butler wh a208' -It-llomar Thomas, Itaifurd col aI IHi.; ; : : :\1, I'rl'e, R. 1 Pukes col 3633I : J.

-Obc-diah Brooks R. 1. Lake Butler wh al2'I : 1590!) -Fremon Wright Lawtey col a20!)! r, ; ;-Jack I.. Wynn. R. 2, SturkeI wh alii? I lli'il -Ciilvm filisson. Stnrke wh ali.'l: 1,Z

I David C. Williams R. 1, Lulu wh ana 124-Robert Benjamin Roberts, Worthington wh 11301)1263Charlie : ) I ,"<:2 Henry l Reason Brown Brooker wh alHH: -!17Timothy: Blackburn, Lawtey wh a113;

James Williams, Fla. Ave., Jacksonville col alU: : Slade, Hampton wh BOI: I 1 1:57-Ilrnry: Hi-vley Starke col a309!>:! 787-ManHford Emanuel: Moorer, Theresa wh alll': ; t

ii- Joseph Calvin Ra an. R. 2, Lake Butler wh all5: 117-Robert Bruce Warren Dukes wh A302: ): ::>.0-Walter : Bryan, Starke wh a IiI 512: -Aiiron A. Ha/.i-n, Brooker wh : I .
711eo.lcClellan.: R. 1 Lulu col I-lu' iI
: I
,
.!j- It. 1 Lulu col al6: a03 5IFlem W. I Edenfiel.l\ Lnko Butler wh nfi.18n.ii.1:
-Choice :Merix : 1(1-Foster 10\ Lake Butler wh a)71) ) I R.: I 1 ,
279! William Osias; Roberts R. 2 L. Butler wh a30: '
I"Sim T Thomas, Graham wh al:37: .-...... Smith R. Lulu wh : I-20: -John Lyman Green Starke wh ,172 1182-William Finley Smith I I. Htarkeh : !) ',
815;; Osius 1. a305;
I--Samuel Gordon Pearce, R. 1, Lulu wh alHKell'y : ln!>;5-Jelf, Ferguson, Kuifor.l, col n 173 J I2.r--I. Roy Graham Worthington wh art II) '
1 &71'I'h'h)18i1Oathan: : : : Thomas, Starke wh aOf1117rharJ..y :
wh a139
Ashbrook Starke rxl-Eodus: Green Lawtey wh a71wh 535.-Millie Burd Lnke Ilutler wh afll
'0I_ amuel Sumter Knight, Lake Butler wh alto I Carlton R.I. Dukes) wh a307: I .", 12-Benj. Frankli Brannen R. L. Butler a 173; |:3fi- -Weslev Crawford R. I I. Dukes wh I i .,
Cummings, Hampton col alt1 155Ilavid; Benjamin Browning, Lawtey/ : wh a308H38 : Starke wh ul7H 75 Ellis: Tucker I hi col! 36131153Iladdlry '; 1
"IRalph 1 )IJO-!Perry Kite, ke
: :Minza Allison, Groover. R. B,. I.. Butler wh 11301)1525lames I / j
R. 1. Dukes wh a142 cot\ 3611 I -
William Lee Douglass, ] _'51-John. Edge: Mnines.I Lake Butler wh a377 1 ;
: Milton Brownlee R. 1, Starkowh allO luhart.
Gordon Johnson Dukes wh aH3 1 : R. wh I7'4141Andrew 1097 Roliert Cot a<515 I
Lewis 17-Truby Lee Wuinwright, 1 Starke a 1'alt. Sapp" !
> Johnnie Tomlinson R. L, Lulu wh :
:r a311
'tt'' William !Perry Byrd Brooker wh aU >- I-1, aster GriflU. Starke wh alit! 7)5! : ll'.nry :\1.J, \'o"t.rl., Therea wh atl'l r1119Willie
( : Guilford wh
Johnnie' Hump Mattox a312
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71/1!
Starke wh a145 wh / (
{Drayton Colley 'l 1'I'uliullCor,1; wh 5150I0Andrew Raifnrd
Devy Roy Logim WiU'Iin.
Arthur Madison: Thomas, R.1 Dukes wh 11313: : 'l.i-I 1"Ij.1
Clemons, Starke wh a146 1 li col I IK I 1212 C'll a6 I H
-Lewis Columbus Cook Edwards. I II. 1 Brooker wh a1&: | lt.iv.ls, I B, Lake liutler a -Lonxo | '' '
Henry Davis Hampton col al17 5J7Harry: '17--John ,, Lake Butler wh a H2 172-Lewis c.ii'jmbm' 'lark, Lawtey1M wh all.I:1: ,
Eut'ejip: Fnrsyth. Raiford wh : : I 1'\\
r,8 W.I..t..r 1315 }.
Ozzie Graham Hall) Lake Butler wh a14 I 'in-j; -Warn I fton Whitten, I RaifordJtirerson wh a IH.'i: 1: 1!)-(;n Brooker wh a149: I 1308: -.'Jnm-- I.-.n Conner R. 1 1. Starke wh a11iI : I x0515.o ; .'
col
R. 1. I: Raiford,
Solomon David Dukes col ] |! "Davis, Johnstown wh u HI 209! --Thorn i Edgnr Stafford
i -Erney Resale Smith R. I, Lulu wh al50 :11I.1-1-I: ;. I. Simmons' 187 Hanover St. Jax a117 I ..;: Slndi", Hampton wh a 15 ; :; -.I'Iv.y: I'/rnclil. Dynl. R. 1 I. Urookerh 11',1:
I Worthington wh alit 1067-lIl\n| J.ihion. Raiford wh a318: IJ\\liuI wh a106 ) T11, dun Mizcll Itaifon: wh a.:1; :
Alb.it
Anthony Boyd O. Bielling. R. 1 L. Butler wh : J !'II) Turner Hitch, Jr., RaiforJno 1122-- I
cot 834: Columbu- I. 11319!
Abram Broome R. B., Dukes a152 I GeorfWilliams, Lake Butler wh a 17 11102TI( 1, Yarn. Hampton cal a.ll
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Th I'.re Edwards, Lake Butler wh : 1
: 2SI Virgil B320
Butler wh 3153;; !:
Gordon Allen Johnson R. 1. Lake I Tomlin wh -7H-Richnr'l Surnu., I :Mason, Sturko wh oISS I 561;! J.iph E. Waters, Worthington wh /1\5 '
Starko I
Put I 1'53-: Joshua
IVny,, Dennis Kelley Raiford wh wh 3151 !11|8 George Wi-on! Saxon. Hampton wh 'B322: "' ::2: -I uLI'. ,, V. Bln.'kw.'Ider, It. 1. Lake Butter wh n H9' I7 & li.iltih: ,! Ole Wright; Lawtey., wh ul/,
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wh
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Raiford wh \ David, Duho Worthington ;
Arthur Sapp tt StarkqH o 190 J
Fred col al56 >! -James Randall: Brook.s. R.I. L. Butler wh B323: : : >lj-ItoberEmnn; Kelley, VphtM
wh
Lulu L. Butler wh 101 l.07-: ., Wesley Williams, Starke .1r
Ned on BrllcIleyR.I. a157 837: WilUhire O. Brooks, K. 1, L. Butler wh B32I: .-, :|-.J'lerciAnthony Crews R. 1. a -orgu
Mill Lacy Crews. R., Lake Butler Hen.undo Green Lawtey col o I'J2 Mil-hard: Dennett, I.awtoy wh
wh 1419-Walter Cummings, Starke col a325 ::50-:Mala 'In :::
a15 aSS
Reddish Lawtey col m: : .' Marshal John It. 1, Lake Duller wh
Valley wh alG9 815; -James Williams Raifcnl col a324 HU2-Robert I'rlce It. 1, Dukes a .hl y
iV,; I Robert Lee :Mann, R.I. Lako Butler wh 470-H nry Lawrence Brooker wh a 191
Starke
: a327 I.wi
"*8s--Reuben:: Artemus C.Wilmot Crawford Brown, It. 1,, Lake Butter wh wh 11161 1208- !--Jamea Harvey Quincy MartinSnyder Futch, Lawtey wh a32S' 91-Jamet MathU. col 3195 (Continued on Page 7.) fI'I'I'v '















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J Mrs. Mattie liifllmg is the guest of -
Bradford Lounty Telegraph Mrs Charles, Rivers. I

Bud Well was a visitor to town re- FIRMLY FOUNDED
I County News Items. I I tare
' Published Wft-kly, and entered an *c-c- cently. I
Purvis Mott and wife visited John
I and class matter at the ixwl-olfitr at the hopes ...f
Mott last week. '
Slarhe! Florida. (.il{.\II\M: L. D. lloss. Charlie Savage! was a visitor to Itur- I owner whose hoi'

r -- S. P. CiutTord : nett's Lake Sunday and ;Monday.Mrs. and he with thi I]I'

E. S, MA'IIIIKWK.. Editor: and Owner.J. iTiihnni( Nov. I.-J. I It. Ucvillc and land noon to pick : I'arnell returned home after 11 I .s %rk HS Insurance. Otlut

C. ROBINSON, AtMoriate Editor. daughter Eva; made a business trip :Mr. It. C. Owsley pleasant stay with her parents Mr.. may be "put out,"

a II) Starko :Monday.Mr. : ville :Monday on and :Mrs.. I L. A. Dllncan.The r Y'r. r he and his: family ,l\

: and Mrs. Tom Graves, of Savannah Itoscoe the son of :' : many friends of :Mrs. Belle Ambrosc c +,r Ij. :. 1r he to do ? Build air .

[1918 TMOVCMDER._ 1918] (in., are here visiting their I B. :May is quite ill feel 1 sad l to hear that she has + own expense, why,.i ,
,parents, :Mr and l :Mrs. J. A. Graves. :Mr. :McKwen of suffered. u relapse from influenza She } 1Y icy in ,
QmK J r.......J n .J.w.ao J : I.W.L J | : *!J hom> Ogden was in Hampton Tues- business visitor to : : attended the funeral of her daughterin would have u Company
more th. ,
Inv on busi'Mcss. :Mr. (;. C. Livingston Live Oak, who died from. the same
: his
"irm Willie :MeKver: of Jacksonville spent sod through our burg :\ disease, and the exposure caused her ers ed loss and enaW,

oiTtaa a l f.,\\. days here, the guest of J. A. enruute to Smith lake, to again full ill. She is at her father'-, I build a finer horm i J'

:3 4.5 'irnveH. a few days fishing. home at Live Oak I'n' over and take on

:Mr Robinson, un old, Englishman' The people of this We are glad to note that East: But-I with us at once.

1011 12,1314116y' : ', who has been here for years, passed eating pork and ler folks are improving from the '+

away :Monday night nt the home of T. hone and rice. fluenza and hope to see each of them I

IT 819T262iT22i23 I D. liynls. He/ was laid to rest in :Mt. I! I/a'atIt> of Little out soon. JOS. E.WILSON

r + Sinia cemetery Tuesday jiftcrnoon. lie/ A deep gloom was Kellum Pniker left for Jacksonville

2425 26L21 : 293/ ha, no relatives here hut numbers of entire community ;Monday, morning.

J friends, who, lent a helping hand during learned of the death :Mrs.[ Hardy Scarborough is a victim

------------ --- his last days. llinson. t he was the of the influenza. STARKE FLORIDA ,
l Hans Howling' of Waldo, attended daughter of Mr. : i -_. ,
I Th- TlI'adf".tJ., ( 'i'>'untKan' and l tin the funeral of :Mr. Robinson, here Tuesday Hinson. She had been L.\WIE Y ,i
i i State "Ian, nut, near at hand. Both .
until a few days '
$ should l hI' hi) <"i.ill.mipporti'd' by mil '!'ruby I'mholster of Hrookor was hll.11I case of influenza | I.lIwtl'Y. )lo\- L-:Mrs. .1. Kd: Byrd I

\' : '. citl/.t-ns. In"re Tuesday on business. to death and children, of Lake Butler are the
pneumonia
,\ 9( c -- K. M. Howling( of Waldo was hereruesday Thursday night 1 guests of :Mr. and :Mrs J. C. Byrd this f )

'. ; .1 Now if the rates are rcasonalilc fin,r .. i>n business.Mr. o'clock. All that l ,, week. I

(f \t: that pxj.rr-sf refrigerator our service : and, :Mrs J. I U. Hurst, of Chicago tender hearts could do O. L. Thomas came down from VeiI "- r rI -1 '

f!. ', we will be able to put our strawberries were here. last week, guests of to avail. I I I die and spent Sunday at his. home here '

I"i {t in the Northern markets with the dew :\Ir.llnd :Mrs Will Jones( Ituth11"no a bright :Mis.. Henry Bennett and two daughters -- IP

i I. still on them. Henry Koon, of Starke, wits hero rosy. cheeks and. long \' I Carrie Belle and Elnoia, of Jacksonville
-- - ---- Wednesday on business. will spent several days with relaI }I

J;) ,. \\'hl'n it comes to farm products, J. C. Hairy;. made. n business trip to !-he school mutes.greatly" She i I!I lives in iI't'u'.

r Uradford county never has anything Still'ke Thursday., who took much (' .. ]'! D Davis, of Jacksonville was u Visitor I.
, i I 4t'' to fear from, a comparison with othorroiintioH. :Muiphy !1'riee, of Jacksonville, buried I
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and her teacher was : T.nwtl'Y Sunday.
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J '' Lot's show at the forthcoming
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his here nt :Mt.
baby Wednesday her death Ij |I I I.1 THE UNIVERSAL CAnThere's
r State hair of ;Mrs John Howe returned' to Kin !

i i It, 1' .!: ____ Sinui cemetery.Mr. I j The funeral services 'I ley Sunday, aflej spending! several
: UuiMington, of I'alatkii wahere <
\! A What has Ix-como, of the oldfashioned business. day afternoon about days here, the guest of her daughter
Thursday on the Baptist church of ;Mrs. A. A. Smith.S. .
.t man who thought Germany; :Mr. and :Mrs.\ J. A. J. McKinney of laid ( the same economy in using al
would whip France and Hnidnnd: and, the little body B. futch and famly moved to
t .
hero Friday, the I
Sampson City, were the Ford truck that there
i. f leave the United. States with the whole guests, of :Mr., and :Mrs. N. I 1) Wjnn. I i cemeteryvhcrc it : : Jacksonville this week where :MrFutih one-ton is in

V .J'j jr burden of the war on its hands ? :Miss :Mae :McKinney spent Thursday great flowers Judgment were laid day.on is employed in one of the ship- using the Ford car-only the larger car-


\ r.r r t' The kaiser I I has very 'kindly I lot ,it bet I uncle and Friday, :Matthew in Lake:McKinney.Butler with her i iMr. I ;leaves:i' five i t/\ mourn sisters her and- 'j i| \ards.:Mr. nail :Mrs 1. B 1 Dye and little' rying power of the truck commends it 1

I' _. known that he is willing to liecomn : and Mrs. J. IS. :Mills, of Starke, and besides number of I son of Jai'kninville\ were guests recently particularly to farm t,

.., hereditary president of the republic of and, sister :Miss Carrie Mills, of Jackonvillc n I of :Mrs. ]Dye's parents, ;Mr. and
."a I (lermnny! This is very kind of him, i were here Saturday guests. of whom have the ) 1 ;Mrs.\ A. M.: Blanchard.Iv. The Truck ers aml other lnis'qpi '.

a t .Io but if ho diH-nn't. hurry up nnd quit his their sister :Mrs. E.: T. Stewart. I IMr tire community. ] R Strh'klantl' nnd family of ness men. The t.i- i

fooliohnews the allies will have another ( :Mis., Will Jones and their hat
and i Stark, visited relatives in
I.AKI I: r Lnwtey
0111, :Model T
for hJm.t I nious mot
Job :Mr .J. r). llur-, '
mists, :Mr iiiul are .Sunday.
I' \ I II i iI Trucks
;I\ Remember. xome-:-time-ago;,-we wore I' pending thi, wtelc at Hastings and Lnke Butler )N'ov. 1. :I I .Too Allen u-tiirned, to his work in.incksnnville assures rcliahle power
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4{ .t all talking nliiuit the great necessity Crescent' City. children and wife are moving after spending three ;: and lots of it : tin
Mrs. N. I n.) Wynn and are
I''ently'lwolt',1 by :\ <1I nt his home I
I',r j for an inlensilled system of education ? visiting her, parents. at Sampson City l i near Lavvtey. bronze worm drive mal."
I: 1 That IM what the school tux A. E. Proctor made A. M. and R. L: Dlanchard. receivd manganese

:' ,"f tional amendment, is for-to (' 111".1 this II.week K. Mills.. made a business trip to.Starke j. to :Sapp; Tuesday. j j1 I I I sad news last week that :Mrs. Lucy certain the use of all that power; thi

: L the efficiency of our public schools, :; Saturday., ,;| :Mr. Colin, who is i!i :\ Rlanchard wife of their brother i i iI three-point suspension gives flexibilm'

.t' if." on which the poor boy and girl mutt George: Stone is the guest. of his sonville spent Sunday 'I, Ralph H:. Blanthard" of I't. pierce, had

I r' I t largely depend for I their education." I daughter" 111'Valkl'r, at Hastings, !here., passed into the Great; Beyond, influen- and vanadium steel strength. Pruv .
' ; . _. Emmett Wilson the
- -' II being cause of her death. Their
I, t' t There will be two this week." Dr and :Mrs. Wilson ,. and friends without body, $550) f.o.b. Detroit.
t l lt in this
community ,
\ Walilo buried
r clectiol1'' Jake( housed'', of another ,
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liiellmg "
Anguish
t. I the ballot to be voted at the one of his children here nt :Mt. extend their heartfelt sympathy to
next Tuesday. One is for state-wide Lake huller Sunday. | the bereaved' family She leaves. 0'''
Sinai cemetery Thursday nfteinoon i| : ( and :Mrs.[ Lacy FORD GARAGE
prohibition' mill, I the other I Mr. children
.\ .sick seven a brother and
l all the I
' allthol'izc'I I We are" glad to report bedside. of ;
ed the
I to
increase in the ,school '
M an '\ the \ <.1' to mourn her death.
ties where the "(hool revenue I is not folks'llllIn'of ( tins community of influenza.as on Itrooker, who is very ill ----_._- .-- -- A. \V- & G. A. ANDERSON: ProprietorsSTARIC ;
r nl< nu new cases
. ,w now large" onoujrh to insure the cQl-I! | IL: J. :Murihei' spent the week-end, lion. SERG;T. rriiin: w. IHII' ( ciency of the public schools. Both ;Miss :Maude Milton FLORIDA
II
his
here with family. I J
should be ratified, and the Telegraph ::1. and have returned to A friend, here has "received a letter
:\11'. and Mrs.: |II. Byrd daughters
the :\ :
r tf' hopes Bradford, county will: roll up a Kthel; and ;.Malic\ ], and :Miss. Vinnic ant stay with I :Mrs.' George; A. Douglass, of nr
I llI'H.1.: V. Dckle.
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good majority for them. r'h Creek I
that her
stating son Hu-
atlirooker ,
s A __ __ __________ I Lane spent Sunday( afternoon II. L. Sprinkle. of W. Douglass, had died
I' recently at
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with friends.
When the war .stalled great I visiting with his family I Funston of I
n many and Paine, pneumonia. .
:Mrs. tT. Stewart son, - --- -- -- -- - - ---- --
young men were prevented, from attending spent Saturday with her .sister, :Mrs.Kob :Miss Ada Register 'f"I' ;Mr. Douglass was!=< a former Bradford.!
I( ollicers training schools because school at Hvilbronn '' boy, having attended the school
Brooker.
Lewis near '
they did not have the necessary. I eral of her grandfather, : Starke for several and the
I I :Messrs.. Madison. Thomas and R. It. I 'I years
II' literary education. I.et'.s that ister. has. ;
see our Jones made n business trip to Waldo" mily relatives and old friends WIREFENCESelling
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boys in the future arc not prevented ; Lake Butler wan section. This promising young "
Saturday.Mr. I IItutler's
that :Mr. T. 1'. I
from
't : taking advantage of the oppor-l' ; rod l :Mrs. Percy Jones were attending finished his education at Pough-
I. tumtics of life by a lack of public highly ''' '(' ', N. Y., and, gave promise of
: I to I business> in Starku; Satur- an fast. I advise
life last early
} school education Vote for the school day. departed this \ "/ (' and useful life which he has very

,1 amendment and make it possible been ill for some. time. down for his country. Friends, I purchase. Half car load already
1 t' \f 1 us to have better sthools., fll'l vout Christian and (' sympathize with the parents and
TIII'lnSS.\: : his sold. I cannot promise additional
: i W'' ----- missed among '. members nf- the family in... their

'P 1 While wages' may not maintain the Theiessa, )Xov. 1.-II. S. Roebuck lends.. The to the town (' I I I loss, v I supply after what I have on handis

; present high level after the wnr, it I was a visitor to Starke Saturday. sympathy :
'I Deems probable' that they will be, high II. ;\Woodard, spent I Friday and :Mr and :Mrs. Bri< " IOK UM'I sr triit' H1H T\\! II "KII: I II It gone. enii
for I I Slim: $M TKIN H up C 1U'Ttn:
Lake Butler
i for a long time.. This", being the! case.we I''Saturday; in Jacksonville on businessMiss a I i,,v\\ s op Imlathl (sss. I guarantee no decline in prices; so yp
lion elsewhere. We
cannot expect that our bright. ; 1..t'IIt'uulard: visitorto I Vi tinIH I I hrntiy irUin that S A 0
was u I I ; I.I'I\ :: I
1 r I ill their new field. of i i i lui i o' lux nrtlllrnti-; "I : buy now.
young men and women will be contentto Hampton Saturday. ', ilnv uf Suit, \ I It 'IR.! him mod said, ,
\ tenth school nl an average of $'tnoper \ I 0.\1.. : Hoiinctt spent several days t>f .\. K.: Proctor spent S ,,(.111110' 'in my nlf ci' ,aid, ) lint mnili' niMiticii-" See me for labor saving farming
.
;M l Wilson, of Oonla, \\ in fur Inc, "l< t'fl t.. ixHiii> In ".......""..|. will
year when they can earn $ III( ) to III"t'k Hi the metiopolis on busi .\. I'nl.1 rtilillciilt, ml'rnn Ih. r..n.\\'ln..
'Hitlll t> in some other line, of work.. We ness. with, pneumonia, \\' : l '-.,ih'd nn>pi>rl>' Hltiinlitl, ,in, llrnilfiiril, ri.,un implements. Give me your order 11 i iU
1 f1, must adopt the ,school constitutional :Miss Thelniu and lurlilii.. tow'11V.riii
Samuel Woodard and 1
i spent Kiitliy able to be out after jI. | ,in NVV Qunrl amendment 1 or our school system' wilt' :Saturday; in Jacksonville.S Mnln nlrrrt and N. of II M. I.tscr'tt A
t bo sure to Hlllre1' ,'. business :Mr... (h.iihsi. . Register l i and, w. ,.f A. C. I.. KnlUny, or Illock Place your order now for Syrup
It.Voodaid visitor i-
was a from an attack of ,' i I I' in VViirlhii.Kli.n' ,'c jx. Ip,. A. s It I I"' I
1 ----------- to Lake Unevii/ Saturday.The .. '- tier.'.. 1'hi. weld liinil\ ,luinir:\ IWHI'HUIil at Cans, before another advance.
:MlsNormti Dekle ., t 1
ilali- .r lhi inrinnnii.
*>f tech certificate' in
i \\ Know visited, the homo of : |
; you are "perfectly' good" for, +i stork Mr. her. home, after. a visit ,".m.r Unknown j
I, your smhscri pt ion. The grocer 1 knows.I and ::111'''. (i.V.. Unison. several days I Pair,. sold' ci'rtilcnti( shall lie riilfi>mi>fl nc- DeWIIT
HIIn,1 Mrs.; S. [ ,. C. JONES
parents. '" lto \InIn' deed Mill iiHUi th'reon .. I
'I , too, that you are ,peifectlv good for, a ago (leaving them a girl. The I friend of :Mr. 1 i iaI..1t ,, ;nil tiny of I>iHM>nil><.r. A. D I11H. n n
I humlr.'d pounds. of sug.ir1tit g., to :Mrs. J. It. Ration vvus shopping in \\ ,.n...* mv iiirfcfiil, mtrnaliiri; and, tuul this
him and are glad to sec I IIIflt'I' :'Uli tiny of Oclulif-r' .\. I' 1''MVV \- I Starke FloridarVVhen
i see if h.'III.t you lm o it. The. Hampton lItUl'dIlY.I"H. '
t an attack of j 5FI'K: : >I. ,
snmo authority that says to the grove ;\ John Phillips in. (recovering It impossible to (S, AI.| Clerk ( :{mint' ( .'upt.
,- that he shall not allow ;mil' to ha\: '"e from an attack of iiilliien/.n. is '. Urnilfonl C"IY. MH
tKu'n/.a patient, ua the
more than two pounds. of augur\ a G}. C. Livingston and family, of Luke Butler people have !' t
month tells. us that we .'anent send a :Staike; nuiloie.l through here Sunday '
glad to
III''e are sec
paper to n subscriber, in arrears. We afternoon.II. ,

may not be enthusiastic about' these 1 K:. Mnorer; and children formerly cot acing.The many. lends. of ) : : j!IlI..e '
rut logs-- but "it is. Will'" and we have of this plaie but more recently "if
to him
pleased see
to abide by them.. --Lakeland TelegiamIt Jacksonville have returned here until licc after several clays' '' Your Pocket
-- --- the "Klu". is H."n'hllt. better.Muster Huen/a

looks very much as if peace u. insight : Cunniiighnm Tillis, of Jacksonville 1'1'l > King is. able' to bo

but mmi.v of our boys will bein is visiting ut the home of ;Mr. ter a severe. illness.
the army for months after the close and Mrs.' S U Standard.
II. Feinberg 'is able to
of the war. They must be taken care ;Mr. Morgiiu: Ice, nf Lakesiilo, spenta again after being in for I

of aril brought home. This will require few days rcceatly at Baldwin returning with intlueii/.a. ;Mrs. Is Your Bank
:Monday( "ft'noon.,
a great deal of money and we suffering from, the same p
must begin now to piepare' for the Miss Dora :McKwen: of !Lakeside, had/ :Mrs. Stevens is sick I

Fifth Liberty Loan which will come the niiKfortuno to get( her right' arm Mrs.. lioruiu is

> some tim ncvt !spring.! In the meantime broken last week. illness and we hope to .
we must support the war winklutivities I Leon I....,, of Itnldvvin, i.* spending a
and buy war savings stamp' ". lew days with his. parents Mr. and again Victor soon.Stewart and I Your money doesn't last long. It just slips awaya

Our boys in the ;Mrs\ :Morgan Lee of Lakeside- litttle time until
army are going to see (lluen/ii t sufferers.S. \ at a there is nothing left and
the thing through to the end. \\i. :Messrs." Ih'nryVoodard., Cunnie Tillis I
'
S. Proctor drove
\'' then wonder where it
must do our piirt. \ and l"'I"'y'oudurd made a busi-, you went.
on Farm Sunday to hold
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'. at, 's trip to 1I1111'tonIon"ay.; .

: Our good fri.n.I---: ;,; Times-Union, ;Messis\( Hen and, John Hall were visitors on hold!(account services..of intlueiua It is safe when it is deposited in

k / persists in making Plant City thelargest to Brooklyn Sunday afternoon
Marcus Dekle was in ;
1 strawberry producing, sectionof II. !U.> May;\ node u trip to :StaikeSunday ; afternoon. I this bank, and is here when you

i r'orid.i.' The :Starke-Lawtey; section i .
George Johnston was need it. Don't think that
produced more In'rnes than ill Mass: lie.uly Croft of Lulu, spent town :Monday afternoon you

the balance of Florida combined up to Sundav and ;.Monday\ here :Mr. I D W. Horuni is would be the better way?

l about, two years ago' when our growers Miss: I 1'01'1I> :\lcKwen. ; of Lakeside, returned again after an attack of I

a began! to drop out f the business hmne Sunday lifter n few days' Item. S. S. Proctor and ,

yt ) for the .reason that adverse transportation visit. at Hampton with er sister, ;Mrs.StarkeLawtey rciovi,,led 1 from an attack BANK OF STARKEState
.
conditions\ made
berry growing
y - - :MiU:;. T. Poppell and (
i lean profitable than other lines nf
section will \
quickly visiting her parents, : :
farming. Plant City didn't quit th.- "pick up" on berry l'I'.lu.tion and soon linens Tomlmson. I

game quite so.mm, but we understand place the industry bark to its old'. stan A acid win born last ; County and City Depository
that the there this i" ,
acreage season dard. The land and the
t growers are and :Sirs. Charlie Rivers. :
very much reduced., |If the promised still here. What
they need U the cooperation baby' are suffering from i STARKE FLA.
1 refrigerator expressar transportation of the transportation facili :Mm[ T. 11. millet visited k kn
is accompanied by u fair rato the ties I

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'RAUFOKI COUNTY TELE<.R.\I'I1, STARKE KLOK1I ".\E; KIVE. I ..

FHIU.\\ NOVEMBER: 1. 1918. .
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I study the financial condition of our i .T. Epperson, Jns! E.Vllson, N. T. I Only two things can happen: I .1

I :METHODIST C11URCIIAfter : : county, length of school term, salary ]i| Hitch, 1) C. Jones, A. S. Crows l;. C. You'll be drafted, or you won't be

churches closed for of teachers and when they\ reach their | Livingston, Nat StornborR, J. \\'. Andrews drafted.If II

rBISOfLCth.T : ha'IIIgUUI' conclusion to manifest their good in- Jr.. J. C. POI>p" ", Oscar! Andrews j
three, weeks I urn sure our people will I you are drafted only two thingscan
h'ntiolto help better conditions by K.: K. roppell! V .. Stump. O. I II. I''.
lie of the privilege of worshipping happen::
glad !
voting for the ten mill amendment on I.. 1 1 ay lies. .1. II. Hitch.These :
Cod i in His i house: again. There will gentlemen braved the bud I You'll 1 lie sent over seas, or you'll
next TUl's.JINov.. 5th. /
tie Sunday school at 10 o'clock. The slay here; .
of mttueti/.ii .
weather and the dimmer
Information pastor i is improving. lie is now able Yours E.very: R. truly POPPELL, |':, and wont to the assistance. of districtoommitteenun I If you stay over here, don't worry.If .,i

tu sit up each day, but as he will not County Supt. of Schools.DKSEK ., in several of the dill-I you go across only two things \ j

ttw rsr.y.O... 7>..,.14. :JI......... .,./ le strong enough,: to hold a serviceSnmlii.v ._ tricts of the county. can happen\ : .1
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r y.... As W c..out"' r._ .' our people are requested l to -- -- Those who visited Brookor You'll\ England:
I otherchurches \ i I.:; SPKCI1.: I. :MENTIONThe \ :: were fillj j go to or you'll go .
I I worship with some one of the I -- fd with admiration, furIr.: John i iShriver to France; 1:

...... --- .. I I in the turning. I Telegraph spoke) last week of diet riot chairman: tind his estimable If ;you go to England, don't worry. 1'1It '
I There will be n service in the evening I the (excellent work 'done' by a numberof : vsifo until daughter. They hud ,
attending to hush 1 I :Messrs.\ L. K. Gamey nnd E. J. Cunningham which time Rev. I. C. I you go to Prance, only two thingscan
Wynn was at (II;: 13!; at Starke citizens i in the closing days' !practically\ given up everything else ; '
Urooker Saturday. of Hrooker were busin:4'isltur" Jenkins, our presiding elder, will of the Fourth Liberty Horn! campaign. and wore dividing their timo between' l happen|>| :
Yllu'll00 to the "
to
\ to Starke Thursday. They re'i preach for u. At the close of the service At the time the names of all of these working for the success of the loan the / quiet sector, or I.
sector
of Brooker a bus : influenza conditions somewhat improved conference for busy ; i
Morgan/ was port the last quarterly ; nourishment for the IIn.l\\
providing
} could not lie" secured but even at this | ( If to tho quiet Rector, don't
go
you
utor to Starko Wednesday.E in their section.Mr. I 1JI1S will be held. The different departments who were 011I'y hand Itrooki-r) }(
- -- of the church will be expected late/ date we think the following deserve ing n particularly bad visitation thin orry. : ,i

( i nova, Sr., spent the week<< : and :Mrs. T. Muirhee: are receiving ) to make their final report. Everyone special mention: A. V. Long "'. liscnso.: If you go to the buy sector, only 1't,

Starke with his fumily.li congratulations/ on the arrival cordially invited. -. two (things can happen:;

-- -- -- of a daughter; born Oct. 1.Ith. at their T. L. Z. BARR, For Indigestion, Constipation or I liOLVMr.:! : : "'I.OUlIII.InIITEH: : : ::l j )'''11'(1( wounded slightly\ or you'll t t

;. ,ille of irahum was n busi- home Pearl River, La. The little lady Pastor Biliousness : IN: 'mirone: i>\rrs t'A1.LID: wounded, severely; r ,J

-ii: :-'tllrklonJa: >'. has been named truce Eu.nlnllIr: / : Just try one GO-cent bottle of LAXFOSWITH If you are wounded slightly, don't; 'f.

i' ,\I'mnJnIlN: CKLKBKATESHI I PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive.,: \\ ; (),ot. !\\I. ('ornplllll inll I I'II.hilljElnn. worry. et'

md nip'-' Cash and Carry hoe.W. uril DAY Laxative pleasant to take Made and of iruriNtration" stntKtU's' fi niiletod| by If ytiu are wounded severely only t ..
E. who has living the by Paris Medicine ; ,
r Wamright, been recommended to public the I'rnviist :Marshal ieiieml; .shows a two things can happen s .
at :Miami for several months was: I !\II'. and! :Mrs S. R. Johns ..nt'rtain.1 Co.m uuifacliircrs of Laxative Hn mil I total I of 202Ilfi:! \: men have iVKistiredf.ii :
You'll die
{ well .
or ,1
vis- you'll get ,
:MrJ.J. C. Sweat were chill ToiuC:; ;
I d here Thursday enroute to :Mobile Ala.,. ed delightfully Monday evening Quinine unit Groves Tasteless tho
very ,'Iectu; service in Klorid.i in
t. 1 If well
hi western part of thp county .. '- --- - you get don't worry.p.1
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I where he will enter the employ of the in honor of their daughter; Audrey's i lour. rngistrntitins" for. the service taken -

government as bookkeeper at the thirteenth birthday. to. date. I If you die only two things cnn .

Wall' shipyard. !Miss Audrey was the recipient of Of this number I'II.H' : :!:! registered! ill ,pen:
1 I 1). Gunn and Harold nfIM many lovely little gifts! Deliciousfruit the, first t draft on June .'.. Ill 17;; 7'WO' \ ) You'll go down! or you'll go up; :/.
Kaifonl Sunday -
r i- tn Hon. I{. A. Green; has sent out certificates punch and cake were served during on June [B, 1918; l..M:!: on August Ml I. If you go up, don't worry.If :

of appointment to the delegates the evening. The following young Keep Well lill'>IS!; Mini lll.oriK' in the last icgistrnt'tin you go down, only ONE: thing can .

d I :Mr. .\. 7.. Adkins spent to the Farmers!! Congress to behold I people enjoyed the occasion-: I taken on September I 12th:! when. happen : .J

N ith relatives in the western in Jacksonville during the Stivrn Margaret: : Long, Vn'irette Fln\I I.. :all\ men between 1J mid :-l tI.> inclusive, There'll be so many d -n Herman : \

n v. Fair. It is hoped Bradford county willhe Ethel: (;irWin, Kate" Young. Iris Epp.'i: Do not allow the old... :(I2 and I l.>. inclusive, registereil.With down there that there'll bo no room
I' .viunty." c of undigested j;
r --- -. largely represented 1 at the congress' son, Elizabeth llrownloo." :Margaret, \ ,iooil poisons to a,ciinr.il.ue; in the receipt by the: Provost for you, so : :\

.M of hut, at Knight's :Millin- Livingston, Laurie Tomlinson, llollis your bowel where they Maishal" ( ;ieneral't ollice of the re- Iion't Worry I: .
the mason's best. Call and l Rev 'T. L. /. ]Barr, pactor of the Knight,: Comer Longugustus Lung, are r soibcJ into your Iii" 'cs from Texas (the last state to report _ . __ ,

Methodist: ,church who has been suffering Levy Canova Harry Canova, Joe system. Indincstion on the registration:\ of September" l\: KTMKMItKCI; : : :: OP MKS.: 1\ ,

r p tht lino... . from an unusually severe attack Wainwright. Paul C.ino\a. Thomas stipation, headache, bad 1 ''lh.I (;iotiornl C'rowder announced thata t 111111.: :: HICKS 1I\1\ 't'I"l r
- blood and ,
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- of influenza is reported, as 1''l'o\'l'rinll'l Limbuugh.I'lCKSin. 1 numerous boundto total of 1:J.!)Itr:11(! :) I registere. l in the -- ;,1
and daughters :MissI other troubles are
: > .J. Byrd .. - - that date, advance We have lost Ethel: .
He is now able to sit up. and his many follow. Keep your Unit",1talelC:: on : an our darling ,
.1 I and :\Iabel. of Cirnhiim. w'J'e'Ii' friends. hope soon to see him out again! ,. : ; JTEHI..m'IU'1I: : I system clean ns thousands of IH7,7Hl' : > over the est il11nll's. She has bid us all adieu\ ; :

Tuesday shoplinJr.Wvnn I of f by A grand total of :!:l IIHO1 1 : men in Sho has gone to live in heaven

several days In All members of the W C. T. U art It is expected that all! thi-, usual so- : taking nn occasional dose t thi' United States have registered for And her form is. lost to view. 1

i : pent this week in the urged nnd expected to attend the meeting vices will be resumed nest t :Sunday i of the old, rcliable liver,medi vegetable .It'div( service in the four drafts. In (Oh. our dear one, how wo loved hop,

Springs: i, ,.indication, work. :Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock in The Lord {Supper will be commemorated I cine. family: the first draft! on June D, 1\117.!> !lB8il-) "1'is so hard to give her up) ,
t, > t ( the :Methodist church. Officers are to in ,'connection with tlv morning "iOS registered; on Juno I 5. 191H! 71-! lut! nn angel came down for lair .

Uncivil, well known citi- ,, be elected at this time and! other important worship. At the niu-hl i: 'a'tvlrr..vh''' 1 Ii Thedford'sBlackDraught ",;.ri registered" ; on AugiiMl 1 :21 I. I'.HB. ,\IIII''mO1',1111'1', | | from our flock.
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p i n business transacted. Bo will commence at 7W:: the !Mibii.. 11, w I ill f I I 'si'"il' I regiilureil.I and on September), ,f
.,.,1] section, wns transMI sureand
er i .
III Starke Tuesday ('omco.Th :. be "The :Mystery. of Cod's; I'mM, ,, |. n I '. I'JIIt,59I.:! | : : We miss i I thee fl'UIIi'III. ", '"I' home, dear, rvIvr

in ,......" ---- -- --- 'miss thee from thy place;
---- --- .. DONTAdvice : \\Olm' A shiulow, "'''1' our life is cast,
i 'I!, Phillip" returned Thurs- !" United Daughters of the ron.fl"'l'n..y It is fitting I hut we, whos, lit r. an I > ,
spnr-d, thiough. tlvrecent \ \V. "miss i t h."h lII' of thy face. IIva I/
!I.,, I u ,niuillo. where she hm < will meet n'CtV"Inpqlnv health have been '
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from I'rlvnle Scott( t'n- miss kind, mud willing hand
a thy ,
should gather nGod's '
-,,"n n.V.. II. Phillips. "n"rnoon.ov"mb": ,' roth, at :1 o'clock epidemic, .
offer thanks, rind 'n iiiiclinn prisoner' of war to the drafted Thj fund,, tat; ,( | .irn.'st care, .f
-'- -- it the residence of Mrs.: J.E. Wilson house to Pickle of ,
.' ..,. MiV.. P. !,">. here, given in his Liberty Loanpeech Viul ;our home, i is dark! without thee.Mow I ;f
thosiwh >
fur >
..i- J, I Crowing;" Girls havntin This is the annual meeting' and tint I unite our supplications t Pi, .. ,' I .i in, < 1 i l\\lltI'S, i : It ,(
i ,.'t in the\ shoo dcpnrtlariv for election of officers, therefore, nil are still sick; and' for thuse, who liibeen ,' 1, \\ "i- h i. c i d I I hcd- : wo nifs htP. i everywhere.,

I M \ : : Starkn. It.i members ore urged to he present.Rev. called to suffer affliction foru s I'l.u i I', 1:1,1;; a* Boy. don't worry, A 1'Itlt Nl). IJ
C. II. .HERN\ : : .\TIIY. n I n'y' 'n Il. '11 Myn Wlu'ii the next draft, conies< of| ll.-iinpton. Kin Ot'!. : n. 1918. t
,. : i-in-i \ i "Hid. not
Pastut,, '. I
.1,i 'M!! i! Crosby and brother, T. C. Jenkins presiding elder "1 t I' i.il oj" I 1. > il v.eine.dtu :
!I.' tiding awhile with their of the Jacksonville ,district will preach I - ------- I .i M I".n" i ,; ii i In-r\, so she

a Mi, .11"''I Mr-. W. A. Crosby. nt Methodist: church !Sunday: night, I IN: :MKMOltl\ : OF MR.'lOLIIDIJTThrough I : iiMd 1:1.: ,, i I-Ik .J'ht a'J a

- --- I Mr.: Jenkins is of the nhleslpreachers n.;, U I 1.1IIiVe> ., I liver t.
t huger Wells and l Cosmos Al- one I all pain at times he'dwile" rt- i Ii! >It! 'r . \\ u use It "
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!: Sunday in, the Florida conferenceand A smile of hpH'"Ihil.th., i.n'.c': f "lily (niul lu-lieve When You Come to Jacksonville
Jin l-on\ille.. spent
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a ; friends.B / those who go to hear him are assured And \\ h.the/ angel called him hums, it is the b minds' .e for ,
with relatives' and of hearing a sermon worthy of He smiled farewell to i--irth. t'uliver in ii!." Try it. I J
--- - their highest appreciation.Hon. In ,.->t on tlic: Kcnuiiieih : ST. ? ',
d i Mi-. S. S. Powling left Sun- ..dioru's. 2.c a pack- SEE "Fl1 Most Interesting
tniiiii' ) for, Tallahassee to spend, \Heaven retaineth now our treasure, r age. E75SBSfP ;;!-Jj/.r... A.. .
A. V". Long, prosecuting attorney Earth the lonely casket keeps ( ,
l.cywith :\11'''. !llowling's pars ;... ; .... ,... ., .. ... Store In Florida
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for the eighth judicial (circuit sunbeams love to linger .
i- And the :- , t.!;J'_I .... ....... .... : ..
Jut returned Tuesday from Kernnndina, I Where, our sainted loved, one sleeps. :r .;: ''"'". '
where he had been representing the otkCOFFINS --.t 45-4'J \1HIY Si. 'Him( llie I.Uk'lo I 4(> VV. rrs>tl.
\l ii :MiI... A. IHvis Jr. leftV' - -- - - -
. automobile for Crnn- state at the fall term of the circuit Earth: has lost its look of gladness, ,

t honthey ua.\ t.y will visit relatives for court for Nassau county. The prosecuting Heaven seems to us more bright. CASKETSAnd Everything in Books
attorney of the fourth .'ircnitI Since, the spirit of our dear one,
ti.iys; I /\ ill and 1 the /governor assigned. :Mr., Took its happy homeward flight. a full line ofunuertakers'
----- Fiction, Hooks on Agriculture and oilier pursuits l Ilv reliable
take his .
Long to place.EI'ISCOI'.1L Supplies
', Fever Tonic
Vuwell's\ Chill and l
,.tb> ,only by :Mitchell's\ Drug Store, I And we \I'..ig to cross the river, Automobile Urartu aulliors, Toy Books!I. Reference TraH.ll'tc.

nX I CHURCH Long to rest upon that shore, Mwuya on hand. The bust ser .

There to see and know and love ice. at the lowest prices.. Special: Commercial and Fancy StationeryFine
visitor :Morning prayer and! sermon, 11 With our Saviour evermore.A orders.
Green was a business Attention to telegraph

I IK Butler Wednesday. He was Sunday Even: song school at St.' 10 1'1l1l'H.'a"'o.a. m.\ 3:30.:: Hampton Fla., Oct. :29 FRIEND., 191R.! ) I Embalmer j jIl Wedding and Society Engraving\( made in our own exclusive .il ,

ipanioil' home by his sister :Mrs. ----. -- vtjistereri, I
You Invited Ask
are plant. lo see samples.!
forms-. 1 :M. :M. FRYER.Minister., TO '.1I E \CIIKKS.: THI' TF.I'S; AND tteWITT' CLONESStarke. : f i: ,

1 : ,. I PVIUONS (Il I' ,
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Mgr White came up from Souther .---- Fla. Toys and Athletic GoodsA ;

1 dirge last Saturday evening to I hereby' give notice where, conditions -
Ftp d d. few days with his pllr'nts11': warrant, that public schools will -- A -I Shop( open( the year round Supplies' for all your favorite .
it i I J. W, White. --
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The Fourth, Quarterly Conference of open on :Monday Nov. tth.I I ;:- and"IIIERMOS

Middlebiirg: and! Lawtey circuit will I am requested to say that all pupils sports paslinf'I) I
little ,,
lh E W Harris and son I
week. convene nt I.nwtpylonl: \: y, :':0th.\ .. :I wishing to enter the vucationul-!
11' ,* Jacksonville, spent the II L
t 'I'i :Mi,.* IIal'l'i parents Dr. and d. S. "HENDERSON'" : : I agricultural school! and get credit for COTTONWHILE I BOTTLES, A necessity! in all reasons i
Elder; (bark time will be allowed to enter and
: t i r Will -- .- --presiding- I the\ Principal, Prof. C'. K.: Pope, will 1 ILASI I LlGIITS, Useful everywhere and safe
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, the Ii. displays of mils help them make up! for i.II the lint Picture Good
i orrst PICTURES. Framing Artists I
i F i true. t'I
LASSI
; HOLDING
1, 'J' -h'"wn\ in Starke. Knight'- ED t
I ;akin! tnlvithis opportunity to call Practical GIFTS for all occasions
yl i :ill, and inspect the line.i !
ADVERTISINGRKC.ISTKHKP !
thi attention of the voting public to INSURE WITH
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I KOD
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Wcr'csistim --- '- -- - --- --
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i \ V Long, IironehIal'I'roublc
a .,, Long motored down to ; ; ; : : Male: hog fur service. J. R Davis & Co. 'y)
Snlunbcrder l Itockfield!
Hull. :Mrs A. E.I: ,
N. It. Mail receive attention
( ,tile T..lny.. afternoon on n I I'd,. states : "For un attack of bronchia inquiries prompt"
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l trip I trouble which usually assails! me STARKE, FLORIDA
Fine .
._ I'OR SALE- bunch dairy cows.
-- m the spring I find Chamberlain'sCough I
"i n! O. (Daniel) and son Russell, Andrews Dairy (Gainesville Fill I I Remedy the only thing that I r .., !Ii

I i 'k ,onvillo, are spending!: the week 10-11-Gt. I gives me relief. After using it for a .I --- .
I ....irkt- with Mrs.: Daniel' parents, I FOR----SALE- ---700 bushels-- -of-car corn- few days all signs of bronchial trouble - ,

li mil :Mrs Wm. Edwards. bushel will sell disappears.-Adv._ __ :
nt $1.50
part. _
: B. D. Andrews,; Raiford. any 1025It.; N. T. RITCH. Pres. W. T. WEEKS V.I',... J. !/. RITCU, Ca' i ; : .

Mi and :Mrs J. T. Quigley are 'WOMEN TORTURED 'I
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the week Jacksonville on j jI
ing) in 1.0ST-R.'d Jersey cow with white
'pud' I business and, pleasure trip l spots. Has leather strap around i Suffer Terribly With Corns Because I

1S r" n the city they are guests of neck from :Mrs. Van of High Heels But
:. Bought Dyke. I ,
> nfiin Hotel.\ RightThe
Rewards H. L. Brownlee. Why Care Now. Starting .

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l III' Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic
| 'f."r ale only by :Mitchell's Drug Store. WANTED:.; ) -All kinds of pecan nuts I Women wear high. hili 1 N which buckle
p..f. I for cash. Send samples and pricesasked up their toes and they suffer terribly

tOe to C. C. Notter I'. 0. Box 1015.55FOR 615: 1 ( from corns. Women then proceedto fight is I half won when you gft the KIGI IT START. To the"
Jacksonville, Fla. ; : trim these pests, 'ckimr relief! but
,tN Andrews, after living in !South:: -- -------- -- - I they heartily realize: the terrible danger young business" man, nothing is of so much importance as
!inn for evernl months has acre !( from ; suj < a
(F' is good enough and willafter I
under cultivation, in the Wateronksection. authority
be a citizen of Jacksonville I 'orns be lifted out with BANK ACCOUNTIt
J.\1.: Norman Lawtey, can easily A

me: bought a home there. Fla. 8-30 tf.WANTED I the finger if you will! get from any --- .--..-- _. --
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I drug store a quarter an ounce a
' -g. In 'III, of the Raifonl secav I I-J'el'anM. pay highest market -
drug called (reezone. This i is sufficient
visit,.- to !Starke:: WcdnesMr price. Bring or send samples and rsn't need J be but should
a will make I to remove every hard or soft corn or may be small at first--- I Wainwright
you price. :N.: D. -
section
'iflVred' Dyal greatly reports from that the his influen- Starke. 11-1-tf. apply callus a from few one's drops, feet.directly You upon simply the carry all his CAST I trans.it lions Every payment should !I.., made a

"" dear, but that ,'onJtlon.lr": tender aching corn or callus. The through it.IT"S .
,1\\,prll1f1l' ;- I soreness is relieved at once and 1 soon )
FOR SALE-In town of Brooker Onetwostory
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ST/\BILIZINC--.IT'S 1'Nc:: 'OUHACING.Tltl
-- -- --- dwelling! large and roomy, the entire corn or callus, root and all, I HELPFUL-IT'S .

., *' 1'1'1"1) a shipment of Ladies' two lots Improvements pecans and lifts out without one particle > ; your
Shoes .'insisting. of: Two shades peach tree, grave vine Good loca This fret zone in a sticky substance

,'" v, Brown. Tan the very latest tion. $1200 cash. AJreu1,) :: I.., which dries in a moment It Just I y

urination, Brown Kid aVmp. and Brooker, Fla. Box 47. 10-11-rit. I shrivels up the corn without inflaming .
'I 1.inmugni-' f'lnth Top Walking: Shoos, . ; nr even irritating the surrounding. tis- I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

aI"' Vi,.i K 'd. pluck Dull' Kid. .J. :M. STRAYED FROM I UOI.OW PLACIonp e.r or skin. Tell your wife about

'. ar. /. Stark.. its hlack barrow shout, weight, thi,..-.Adv. ((11!) Bradford County's Financial Stronghold x
about GO pound; marked 1 swallow I

Orove's Tasteless chill Tonic fork in each: ear. Will pay reward I Orove'4 Tasteless chill onl'--: ESTABLISHED 1989

'.tur.t vitality and energy by purlfylatf sad .... for information an! to the w h.reabouts STARKE, FLORIDA '
'blOlllbl" bleed Yourail.nofeel luxStmosthsinr of name. W. R. Strickland; dritroyl the malarial) &rmi which arc trinnmiilnlto )
the blood by the Mi'in' Mowiulto. Prl'. BO-)
lavliiural.ai.: '..R.I i Price 6Dc. Starke. 11-1-lt

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UKAUFURII COUNTY.; TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY NOVEMlil.HNews ,; J ,

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;: : =- --- -- - ----- NFLUI I Sincere GratitudeMrs. -and SEH SICi of NW'of NK,-Ntt, -., "

JJ : SPANISH : William Bell Loijansport Ind., South Mans L'J. I l"u, t
ThCoun "I it duty to express 4. B. and 8 lor Hand
I' --Of ; -I writes : deem my Chamber- niocka 1.1. 11. ; .

Notes my gratitude for the good and 21, for( NW'' '
RAPIDLY lain's Colic and IJiarrhoen Uomoily did Tnwnnhlp e. Small. 1 it '

) ENZA inu when I had a severe attack of the cliar- and\Ulon] blopka of said,biinu Sccti.,ti. nWITNESS i ,

I I i ho,'" three years ago. It was on- my huntCuurl I , '!

I', I.HIM' -. I nic'ilieine, that relieved me.-Adv. this the :list .I.nk-on-/,,
n in,; ;-11110111) IIIt"n i t" 'I i sEA: .
1i.111'1)ItDIlulurd (tiuPinholti" r in.nli. .1 bu- Ir" -- tupto -- -- --- ,
SPREADING 1'\I
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\ Ii. \vlii. i r I In' has .1 posit 'mil [ Child i iO.
Worms in a (Healthy ,,
i Lake Mutler ; HfteinounMr. No "
Mondav '
I Mi--1 :M'liiiHl.uki' nturiHil" ,l home .-n li liUudy I I"t McCOLLl'vi'
1..01'1'h'
Mi". ' O.
Nov. 1 1. I with liuve an nil
I. worm
:; ; and ;MiJ.. .1. Moigan ..red on.1] All children troubled
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ten w.ih'inir'' c.n :a i u'-It ,to, h<'r p.-iri-iit-: .- I from Maker" lounty ahche "" : I''I' huulthy color, which lutlii otes (pi or blood, nnd, nt a
I lareme.. weie visitors' Worthington dibturbiiiiiti Jacksonville. I 1.I 'n
loss Moinncit
hi grtndmutherwho RUN la moro or
,ilurmir the -u-'II'1011 of tin habeen visiting i PERSONS WEAK AND rule there Solicitor I I.
III"t'k TOSIC Iliven rmiilnrlyfor i
, Sunday afternoon.Mr. C.KOVB S TAS3 ELF.Si: chill
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suk for
, I school at :\1"II.on.AV'I' has lt.rn'rry -umetime.MIH'S I VICTIMS- three weekii will enrich the blood ImI
l :\ Lewis ('lemons, of Jackunvill.lspent two or
t r Tison l of Stithc-rUmd is home- : , EVil and Lilyldt,1'; were DOWN EASY ,., prove the dtije. lun. ami art at a ('." nrrnlStrrngtl, NOTICE!: OF i i '
last week-end here with hifam I
will thi'ti
"l'hoolls Hosej Miss I.uui.ld; Sunday I eniualTnulctuthawhuleaystem. Nature To the Sh.-rllf ir I' .
? for a few ilnys while. the guestof ; j\I' ily. FORTIFY YOURSELF AND throw off or dl..llho I worms,and the Child wilt:! IM Stale of FloriilnHe .
influenza. W. I D. ;McHae made' )business trip I I .. It ,
on account of the i I a Little Miss Iris Godwin laterfecthealth. Pleasant tu (ok. Derisiitlo known. Thnl I IIrctary
'' homo for Jacksonville Friday. pent part IT BY -- of State. i>r ,tl I Y
HAVING
I to
J. C. Jones, of Perry. was of last week with relatives in Alachua. PREVENT ---- hereby Rive notice. thai, .t
the wtH'k-cnil visiting his wife and :\11'. and :Mrs. Tom Stokes and two MAICKKTINC: : IUHJS UKNRHAI.: 1
C. demons last week-end in
baby .little (children of Rochelle, were the spent TAKING TANLAC. beats burying,: them. Steve Hoover will he held In Hradf..r! ,,
New lila, flay
Tui'fldny
berry. on next
I
:MrV., W. Farnell loft Friday for guests of w.1.: McRae: the latter part :Miss :Mae Clemons is bpending awhile ;Mt. I'li'iiMjint, Iowa, writes! "Com- ". In November A l I'k" .
"
she has to lie of last week issuedby hrl'd of about 100holl' being the StFIF'aa
' Connecticut where gone in Gainesville at the bedside of According tu latu reports mencc'd, feeding my (
DAY Ol
until he leaves for :Misses I.lIvoniaan.1Iay: Green w", revisiting Thomas' Hop Powder, over \
is with her husband, I 'her sister Mrs. P. O. Kinsey. Slate: and Jr'cdvrul health authorities '' B. A. ; For one Rcirenentat?tirreBMinnnl
in this section Saturday and Fifty were Kick and Dmtrlct of tl +
service two months aleo. <
ovor-seu :Misses\ Ruth und Alta Newsom.; of the Danish influenza epidemic the Sixty-nixth Conan a I

:Mrs :M. S. :Morrell has returned Sunday Starke, were in our town Saturday.Mrs. I III rapidly "kprtudini" ; to all parts ol' on" feed. Nearby herds, had cholera. Far Attorney denernl' i
4' from week's visit to South Carolina | Walter Underhill I did not lose one-they are well and Ida.

where a she was called l by the death of ut the home of II. :M. ;McRae Sunday.Mr. : Olliver and daughters, Willie .' thu country, and it now l seunu hat growing fll! : of Hill the State of Florida..
Mae and Cantoe, the Pine section state m thu Union
: and :Mrs. W. I II. :McRae are practically every ,
+ her hrothr.S S. Jones. Adv. For two llmlroaii Comm, fI
in : IIftl'rnoon.
( town -
Monday
of high several fishing trip were our will bu> seriously affected before it of Florida.
i :Miss I.oru Johnson, I.tiwtey spending days on a - - -- -
I Fur two Member of 1 ii 1" ,I.
for couple of weeks. .ut Varnes lake runs Us cour e.I ,, .
Sthool. is home u laUv of the State of "I" '
Grover :Mills of Live Oak, spent P
j Ii Hon. J. Hampton Jones, of Ciillu- The many friends, of :Mrs John Kel- I I It has not only become u great and For Five County C.'inn
here with relatives. ,For
Sunday three MemherH of( "
1 han came Sunday for a visit to his Ily I were very much grieved to learn of :Miss Daisy Lewis who has been terrifying menace: to the public health 6 /',lldla Instruction. '1
i
; friend, A. II. Andrews i her death. teaching school at Vanderbilt is homeon 1 &but unless" chucked! it is apt to seraffect l"wing For Justice Justice of DlBtricl.the 1*?'ui". r ;

:Mrs. Barnes, wife of the principal I - account of the influenza | iou", ly the progress of war work 'JACKSONVII. JLA, Number Three. l
S. has returned home 1 :MILIEU: ;NEWSMiller :; Number Four
II.
of the R. ,
l Jesse Williams, of Worthington' was in all its various departments. Alreadythe Number. Five.Number .

after spending Luke's hospital u couple,. Jacksonville of weeks in I : Nov. l-:=T.: 11 l. Waters madea I in our town Friday afternoon. :Shipping: Board has announced ..RTINrOLDEST Number Twelve Seven. 7
trip St. KTABLISfftt
:Messrs. A. B. Surrency S. V. An- of its workers had SOUrlE r A' For .
Dukes that ten cent Constable in and
per
'arrie : who has been business trip to one day recently f
McKay
:Miss
dreu and G. C. Ha/.en were business GEED HOUSE the DiHtrirta, vtx : s
quit sick with the "Flu", was able ( been> affected Number. one
Iff fLORIDA
'i s to l begin work train :Monday.Messrs. Eugene Douglass made a business visitors to Starke Friday afternoon.We Thu disease has made its great progress tyeior Number Three..
regret much to chroniclethe NumlH'r ...u..
JI, : . C. I II. nunn and Harold Wall, trip to Providence Saturday. very in the Eaet where it has claimed flea raMM/1e aY1a Number Six.
death of :Mrs. Sheppard, who diedIVedncsday. Yex1Y MIe fal
of Stiu ki', wore in town Sunday. Dewey Fralick, of Providence passed its victims by the thousands. Reports Number Seven.
, .
.
Oct. 23rd, and was laid to Number' :I"hl.Numb.r
:Miss Wilie Mae Kinlaw, who hasbeen through here Sunday. I rest at Hell cemetery the following I from other sections, however are tA HRTIN5EDC9tCALOMEL : Eleven.In .

a assisting:\ Jacobs in the bank Dr. Seeber King/ of Lake Butler equally alarming and both civil] and 'v a testimony w hrrI, I P
it Friday afternoon I ) ; my hand and( atTKi'fl t I''
after was in this (community Saturday.Mrs.
has !Cone to Jennings to recuperate :Mr. and :Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, military authorities have warned the! - -- -- Stale of Florida. at Tn a
I attack of the "Flu." ; R. A. Heirs of Dukes visited the the twenty-fourth ,'.,"
an II. S. Miller Ressie were visitors at the home of public to take every precaution' to prevent DYNAMITESA ISIS
Among the ,deaths occurring around ut the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. 'I , ,
Mrs. Colson's parents :Mr. and :Mrs.J. its further spread. la many cities LIVER H. CLAY "
here in the past week wore, Alice I and last week. SLUGGISH 1 1. S.I' ...
Purvis! ire-en, children of :Mr. and :Mrs. :Mr. Purvis Mott of Palatka, passed! Crews, of Old Bradford Sunday afternoon schools churches and theatres have To W. J. ..:"'''''...on. Sh. ,> "i'rloridii. xA

":, Hazard (il'f..nIrs.; : :Mack :M.ihone and through here Sunday enroute to Prov i C. :M.. Andreu and family, of Old been closed and public gatherings uf Crashes Into Sour Bile, making - --45

u Violettu. DIIVIH leaving idence. all kinds forbidden.> NOTICE OF ELFCTIOV:
child :Mrs.. ,
; You Losea
Bradford, spent Sunday here with rela- You Sick and
/ VV. L. Summers of Providence WHEREAS The l.u -
three small children, ; :Mrs. Calvin Rho. pass- Medical authorities agree that II' aY

len, wife of Calvin Khodiv, ; :Mrs. John rd through our burg last week. ,I lives.W. .Andreu of New River, was !in people who arc weak and rundownare Day's Work. Ida the, Conntitution dul. pawn two of Joint IHM Kamcndmenta f Pe

Thornton :Mrs Kill. Thornton ; :Mrs Dentil Thomas visited his sister tn the Conn! cs
1 J ; Friday afternoon. the earliest victims of the Influ- .
our town of Florida and the ,
.
l 11'V.. :M.1 Thomas. of near Haifo..l.Rutul'duy namevote ? heel
wife of John Kelly, Lacy Tison, ,
Kelly, of three-flftha of n1!'
:Mrs. F. Colson and (children of Pine enza epidemic If you find yourself Calomel salivates It's mercury (a
:Mr. and :Mrs. Jasper Tison and Sunday. I to each hoime ; that the
of ;
son I Hill in town : after weak and flesh if Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish n
of LaCrosse in was our Monday tired losing or you Keaolutmna were entered ,
\V.V.. Thomas was
:Mrs. Norman, wife of Ike Norman, and .
calomel into live journal, with the
liver. When comes yeasand >
noon. catch cold easily this warning shouldbe
,' the infant son of :Mr. and Mrs. Tom this community recently they did determine t. ,
I.... Jim liishop of Alachua was in 1 The stork visited the home of :Mr. heeded. promptly. You are reallyin contact with sour bile it crashes intoit sail Joint RvMoIutiong I Inelector y
I Hendrix.Mrs.( .
and nausea.If of the State at th ''i, ,
and :Mrs cramping <
Harvey Dyal Thursday night causing t)
'f i : J. R. Nauright spent Saturdayand this. community one day recently.We great danger, because the germ of November. 191H
'I I feel bilious headachy, con-
announce'leaving them a fine boy. Both mother you THEREFORE .
NOW I /H
have been requested to this disease is catching and tar.FOfm.
in Jacksonville returning very you
ii Sunday and ('hil.lllre doing well. stipated and all knocked out, just go Secretary of !Slat- Ia d
m :Monday. that the :Miller school will open( next are apt to fall an easy victim if you BO cent Florida/ do hereby Rive mtut
..Ith.I :, :Miss :Mamie Pinholster of Pine Hill, to your druggist and get a fiKNCRXL; : EI.Ei:', I *
Nov. .
: and :Mrs. L. H. Ritch made trip :Monday i in with
, Mr. / a I was !in our town Saturday come contact the germs. People bottle of Dodson's! Liver Tone which will ho held In ouch c< i iTiieiulay as

k over to Rap, Sunday afternoon to seethe I 1 II. C. I'('('ple"( made a business trip l A. H. Shaw and family left, last Sat- who are well and strong are not likelyto is a harmless vegetable substitute for next succeeding'o ,: 11
\ ember, A. D. th V.,1
x of :Mr..Iohn Wh.hhn tu Lake Butler last week. \ ISIS -B I
family contract the disease because calomel. Take spoonful
they a
i urday for Gainesville where they will dangerous the
" I have b.n' sick with the influenza.! Pasco Douglass, of Kllisville was in liver andstrail'ht..n FIFTH nAY Or N"=
, reside in the future. are able to throw it off. The common- and if it doesn't start your .
The stork visit Sunday to theWqt' this community ]last week. fur the> ratification < r at
C ,, paid a The infant child of Mr. and :Mrs.\ W.T'I'r ense way to keep from taking it is ; you up better and quicker Joint RcffnliitlonB pr,y\' ,
home of :Mr. and, :\11'11.V.. I I. l Roberts. ., I than nasty calomel and without making the Constitution of the v" > f
ed( through here last week. passed away Saturday afternoon to fortify the system against attack \ JOINT ItFsniFrnponlnir :
r'' leaving a son. after suffering with you sick, you just,0/ back and get ,
spinal meningitis. Amend
U an rtide
business visitor to by building the constitution.In .
Miss M.ittie Slnlhby was called to .1. S. Brown was a up .
XII of the Ca.'r
i All was done for it that physicians and 1 your money.If I
t c .(.111t'k"olwilh'lunlay: morning in response J'ukcs Saturday. other words to use the! old adage take calomel today you'be\] Florida Retatinir to Edu.. .. .
loving hands could.
We
--- --.-- sympathize you He I It Resolved by the I." v ''a
wire from her sister I .\11 ounce of prevention i is worth
to a
a besidesit
tomorrow
nauseated of Florida
p i with them during this sad hour of he- tick and ; :
f :Miss I I Lou Anderson t is home for a I.OM: ; ititiixiH '| pound of cure." And if you are in a may salivate you, while if you take That the. following iim,>, '"
reavement. f Article
,. r> XII. of th.
ff few days dining the time school at -Nov. 1. :Miss OretysThomas '. D. Hall !is very ill at his writing. sub-normal condition the proper thing: Oodson's Liver Tone you will\ wake upfeeling State of Florida foist., /
UrooKer j closed. Long Hridge, hereby. atrrred to and aha' t tpleclom h
is Carl Lewis to do is to begin immediately to buildup great, full of ambition and
I. i made business to
1 :Miller a trip
of of for
Gordon, received, telegram and brother Densil I the State' tnt -aa
:Mr. O. IJ. a their sister :Mrs. W.M. Worthington Saturday afternoon.L. your powers of resistance. To accomplish ready for work or play. It's harmless, tho next general elect!'"n "'' at's
p from Sebastian stating the ncriclontnl were visiting j tn be hold the A I I'
p and safe to give to children; ; in year "n
I' Wynn of Starke, was in our town this nothing on earth will pleasant '
,
killing of his lIl'phl'w.11': : Thomas, Friday and Saturday.Roy Say that Section 8 of \rt t 'a
theguest ', Saturday.Ur. strengthen and build like they like it. ((13-4% ) : stitution of the State of Fri.. ,< its
ry Cam. His ,death will be a shock to Thomas. of Rising, was you you up .a to read aa followi
.
his friends around here who m'tIr.: of friends here Sunday. I J. Bishop, Alachua, was in Tanlac, the powerful reconstructive Section. R. Each count
+ 4t + itif + + + + + . .
our town Friday.Dewey tn AMKetui and collect ann M
i Cain: during his visit a few BummersMr. <). Ii. Moody visited his sister, :Mrs. tonic which contains the very element t LEGAL NOT let; S IGe of the public free. .nchuul-' n

Henry Brown of Sampson City Sun. liugg: of Hampton, was in needed by the to leas than three ((31 I mlllinn a
system give '.
l you
111f0. Hrooker Tuesday afternoon + + .. + ti # + 1" . 4 mills on the. dollar "n ', vq
\ : Rice, of the State Farm bus day. fighting: strength and ward, off the In the same.
I teen home for a few days with a slightJittack Little :Miss Willie Thomas is spending Capt. S. A. Bryan, of Starke, passed influenza germ. Commissioners Sale A JOINT RE through our town Saturday Amendment t t1' I
at morning ?
while with her ,grandparents:
of the "Flu. a
'. Cirst;: of all\ Tanltic begins its action Hereby notice is given that under Florida.He .
1. :M. Futch, of Klarbee, died :Monday :Miller. of It Resolved, l>y 11. 'Y
Turner of Starke, was :Mr. and :Mrs. L. Johns of New Riv- [ by creating a !good: healthy appelitefor and by virtue of that certain decree Slate of Florida
night about!) o'clock., He( leaves :Miss Carrie partition mode, and entered in the circuit That Article XIX' f i' .
I n wife and several children to mourn visiting her parents :Mr. and :Mrs. W. 'er, spent Sunday here with :Mrs. Johns'parents wholesome, nourishing food, and court for Bradford county, Kla., the State of Florida. h.. .'

:. his loss. T. Turner Sunday. ; :Mr. and :Mrs.V.. S. Nabb. | ""sists'eJ')' organ of the body to I !in chancery sitting on the Jtith; day of It>y amended *o an to r. I n, iArticle a

, ,, .__u__ ___ .____ :Mrs. W. :M. Thomas entertained a ;Miss Daisy Lewis and Van Cone ,i !perform its, nalural functions, thus .September .\. i). Hi'R.! in favor of Walter sale barter XIX.or eKchan Kiftf"'n'.itoxirntmtf

S I IIKilll.AM(; \IlIiJchllln.l. few of the young folks at her home were in our town shopping Thursday i 'helping to build up health and strength!: I Underhill and, C, M. Underhill\, Iliinora and I rprohibited
afternoon. Ituoiix.inniin or ma'<
Saturday night. Those present were in the natural I ('''mplainnntK.111.1 lIf.'ainKtIary; Underhill ,nhe Still'fnhn t

k Nov. 1.-- l\>r one I time 'I i ..(,Blanche\ and 1.l'onllIon.ly: ,,:.1- ;Mr. and :Mrs. A. Hall and little son way. I H. U.: Underhill, Hell Underhill for medical "cl! tidiH "' ;a
Thomas and :Messrs. of Tampa, are here at the bedside ofMr. Tanlac is also the ideal strengthening Ruby tlnd, rhill, C. I. L I'ndeihill.. Katie I''' anti wine for -..o'ole i
-
1 Highland is thoroughly! wet and if its! ith Johnson drctys I "f which alrnh.''S 1 1POHCH '"
N all the same to the weather I man wo Herman Johnson Joe Moody: and ; Hall's father. Mr. I II. I Hall, who is ing for persons who are suffering Underhill, .1. I.. Underhill, as administrator nfoM'emd.hnll I ,' "

very sick !! from the after effects of Influen- I I of the estate of \V. II. Underhill Sect inn 2. The l.iil'U' ., ,k',' <"
) Thomas. All reported II'I'ry
I have had K-mitr; ruin.Juitf Dt-nsil .
deceased his. right laws for the e..iIntl
and in
,
ya. own
;Mrs.. I Roy Godwin and ofPine
(children : .
i ( a number of cases of Spanishinlhirnn nice time '!, 'Sarah Underhill, Clara Cone, a minor <>f thin aitk'leSect rq
Hill, spent Sunday here with relatives 'on .1. Thin HUM, '"
'. t in and around this locality.luit ----- hundreds of thousands. are using it and .1. C. Cone, as defendants, the undersigned on the fln.t tiny o r .Inn''-

II all arc getting' along nicely amino |K\\) I.IMl: ; II'F.MS: j I daily with the most gratifying results.In as commissioners, will otterand The votes cast In .o'' a
Arthur Sony, of Hampton was in >ndmi>ntH. nn'l'I Itinnn ,
poned amt
. deaths from it.Messrs. sell in front, of the south door of ,
, connection with the Tanluc treatment and returns' tin '
II ; George! Kobinson: and .\. K.IVrry :. Dowling. Nov. 1 I. Kev.: II. J. Thomas our town Saturday morning I j 'the courthouse in Starke, Flu, duringthe to the sums reguianno- ,i ,s v

of Jacksonville! were business returned home :Monday. from Jacksonville 1.. ('lemons of Jacksonville, spent it is necessary to keep th" bowels legal hours of sale Monday: the provided hv law for t-. '

visitors here. Thursday., and has been very sick with Sunday here with his family. I open, by taking Tanlac Laxative. Ith day November: A. 11. 1018! to the State of Florida. I IN I ry

} ;Mrs. Strickland and. th'r.Irll.: Tablets highest and! best bidder for cash in A
tl H. I.. lilack, of. Gainesville, was here inlluen.a.Mr. l11 samples of which are included OF 1 5

looking after his farming interest : Trunk Jones was in our burg Wntts, spent part of last week withrelatives with every bottle of Tanlac. It is. hand the following described property (ISE\L) (mv:.i.'" ,.' ?
.
situated and, lying in Brtudfor'Icounty ss
,
in Graham; '
Saturday.Mrs. Monday: afternoon. also important that the every day Fl"i i f*
Kla., to-wit: The East! Hair i iij.lf
Mrs. tin I '> 1It
J. Clemons
: is this
II. C. Wimberly and! :Miss. (Ethel; Ih'nf. Shepard Thomas. made a business spending rules] of hygiene be observed; that I is, of Southeast Quarter, sortion3.. and "

Kicks were shopping, in Jacksonville" trip Macclenny: Saturday., lie week with her ,llIlIlI'htt'rIrs.: P. O. sleep In well ventilated rooms, get West! Half of Southwest Quarter and! H.PUBLIC.Jq!;1.< t ',

Monday. took the examination for military ser- Kinsey of Gainesville.; I plenty of fresh air and exercise and Southeast Qtunter of Southwest. Quarter 8.0.1.11. -

Mrs.I, L..1. :M.irrand two children of V Mr. Quarels, of Miami, is here visiting from crowds. section 'J I. nil the above dosoribed!

H'r.Mr. Johns visited at relatives. i keep away .being in ;Ii! South Range NOTK(
Hampton( are spending sometime with and ;Mrs Rollie I nl. Township ,
6 relatives here.Jack the home of 1 Kev. II. V. Thomas Wednesday No church! services were held Sun- Tanlac is sold in Shake by C. P. 21 I East containing :UOO) acres more or
en .. I less also the North Half of Southeast Notice i. h.rhv g" '
: on account of the 1-111. Cason and by one druggist in every i ; '
/ of night. '
Gainesville I
: Briggs, was
a I Oi]ohm 7th
,
Miss: i Itertie Thomas was in town town in Biadford Cllunty.-Allv. :2t:! Quarter in..! SR Quarter of the SK: niwtmg on 111
business. to
liu IIIt'," visitor hero :Monday.W. M. II. Hurst made u trip mi M iontr. in and for Bred'y
Quarter section I_ R. n Smith
; township
F''illunft.'rnonn '
shopping.Arts. *
:M. Wimberly. of Jacksonville\! II. .J. Thomas'Sunday. ,i I n ------- I the following inp"'or.\ I

spent!' :Monday with relatives here.Mcssm. Mrs, Polly Anna Robinson visited, : J. Crews, of lid Bradford, was'< \ !Bi'.iutiful Woman ,' Mange 22 less East containing 120 acres {{(.nnral elation in Ih,* -'
more !
in our town Monday afternoon. I| Dn you know thai a benuliXul woman or real. on rue.dav NDi
ioidsby and 1 I.. Wilson of her ,daughter' : 1Erie/ Dohlor near I 1 .J.\1.: Alvarez. T..1. Griffin J. W. inunty
.
II. Sowell. of Cooler Pond was inour always has a good digestion\ ?! If .rrut No. 1 I. La i l atea
Jackson, ,.. I the week end, withI'eillth' Sapp.. Tuesday being called\ there by Andrews, Sr., Commissioners I
pint town your digestion! is i faulty, cat lightly,: of'uo'nts I \\ JI.I. RnUing./ K R
,' here. sickness.Mrs. Saturday. , and take an occasional dose of I!1.\. V. LONG: nrctori, .II5,

/ -- . -- I : I Pearl" Johns. is visiting. her slater Messrs. T. P. Ward and! .1 II. Rainev Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthen Solicitor fur Complainants. 10-4-5 bistnct No. 2. Lake hclrrk a,

( ('IWoIII.hl': : NIA(; $: : Mrs. llelli Roberts at Worthingtonthis !left last week for Raleigh N. C., where vour digestion Price 23c; .-Adv. I --- ---- Buck DnRKrrs. r M

I ICrosby week. they have secured( positions __ __ ._ Six month nftvr NOTICE date hfirof berg intpestors, q
I will
prrm-nt
1.11"1'n: ; \ I.W.. 1). :McR.ie.vvhi \ -.-. I :Mrs. E. Baxter i is visiting her daughter ; The Strong Withstand the Heat of my \onchi'r and final account to the H"norn.blp D, tncr No. 3, Provid--1 Nathan: I Ion

has been working' at Brunswick( liltn.MvKlf ITI'.MSHrnoker : : I :Mrs.V.. A. of Summer Better Than the Weak I Oeo. A. Cnntlner. County Judge of 1'rndford clerk; J. H. Matlox.
> Tillis. Trenton, this County! lorliln I and( mk for my anal rilx- inspectors.. sit

(!i".. is. visiting his family here for a week. Old people who are feeble> and) younger purple charge an a'lminintrntor of the. estate of W. H District No. 4. Pal .tin' ,I'
i while.Walter. Nov. 1. .-1.. A. Johns. of who are wrnk. will be strenilthemM sail enabled togo Underhill. dreraied.Thia ". "
Blackwrlder.
Simmer Andreu, of the Bth of clerk. I. J.
Old Bradford, chrouilh the drprriuinn heat of lak- day August 1511 l
here section by
Kuhl, of Stark., was in this Hampton is relieving in lummer J. L. UNDERHiLL: ,. Brannen.. in'p< section Sunday afternoon fort-man. P. :M. Barefoot this. week. was our town Saturday afternoon. sad IngGROYE'STASTELESSchIIITONIC...nrkh..uh.. blood and hulldsupthewtv.lesysif It purities- 5.9-emo. AdminintratorDILI. District. No. 5, Brookt 1 I"t tlorda

II/ ;M :McRae spent Saturday night G. B. Colson made a business trip :Messrs. J. L. Peek J. C. Robinson You can awafeclluStrugtheologtuvlgor-. clerk; Mal Crew G. U' Iinipectort. I-'*
I TO
Ql'IET TITLE
i \ to Waldo :Monday afternoon. and :M. :M. George, of Starke were In annilEflmt 60c. IV CIRCUIT COt'RT. EIGHTH: MBrownlee. ? M

business Brooker on business :Monday. JTDICIM. CIRCUIT D.rnct No. 6. Stark-J L
Carl Lewis made a trip ton..11 OF FLOR *r. '"a dt.aId
.
Can Now Eat and :Sleep in Comfort.If IDA. IV AND FOR BR\D- . T. N. Kendnck.. B i!'
Friday.The II. Malphurs: and family of Columbus FOR COUNTY. IN CHAN
re1A'i .
many friends, of L. A. Brown Ga., are here spending the troubled witn indigestion or sleep CERY. "" ,101"Dutnct. No. 1. Hampton,, C V -"kl,' i
R. O Dennard. < '
, i are glad: to see him up and out again. week with relatives. 1 lessness you should read what Miss Complainant Jap Allen B. N. Sa ion. T \ lager II"

:Mrs.\ Morgan: ,: and children spent. beenteaching Agnes Turner Chicago, 111., has tony vn I St
:
Miss Lily Crosby, who has
: "Overwork irregular meals and Florida Land A Immigration Co. tonDnlrirtNo. Raiford-.R I I'' \\ '
8
( fist week with relatives in Jaokion-1' near :Madison, i is home spending carelessness\ regarding the ordinary .et al, I IIVfrndanU Andr- \1 ( ba
,!! : ; !I W. C. Whitten., B. D.
this week.P rules of health undermined
Inrb gradually
BILL TO QUIET TITLE.To .
Hazen inipectort.Diuncl S
and Lucian
.rsFred ,
-- ac-1 I :M. Malphur: made, n business trip it until last fall I became a wreck of the unknown help ilevlnern. grantee No. 9, \X'orlhm I I

"I'.lni,1 by ;Misses :Myrta :Morgan: Worthington Saturday, afternoon. ny former self. I uttered from con- and claimant, or. through and under Clarence clerk; Sebe. Dukes. S. W DuB -

and Willie :Mae Nabb, spent Sundry nnual headache was, unable to digestmy C. Bryan decraavd. defendant, whore realdencca .

J I i r r'w: aft i noon at the Sink Hole. ;'Ilrll. hunter and children, of Lake food which seemed to lay as a are unknown f.REETINO: : mapeclon.Di.lncl No. 10. !New. IV y

:\1"1' r. S. Oainey Kalter] Weeks Butler are here visiting' nt the homeof dead weight on my stomach. I was You and ouch of you are hereby! required.( clerk: Kob. Andrewi.X''i '

tfk and Il d"nt. Norris, of LaCrosse, were Mr.: and.! :Mrs.! D. Hall \cry constipated. and my complexionI'oonme to Circuit he and Court appear for the before the Judge of the Sapp. ;o'p""loro.Dt.lrlcl rt.
: Circuitof
Eighth Judicial
m our town Sunday.We ---. !, dark yellow and! muddy as I Florida. In and for Bradford county! on the No. I II.I Graham. '
MaudeShaw f.'It. Sleepli'i-tness was added to themisery Ilk day of November. HIS at the Courthouse Dan Byr.j. James CaavI I'I' "
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are glut\ to 'portli9"l: Wn nt'Y OLD FALSE; TEETH
I and I would awake as tired as ''n said County to answer a Rill of ComI I tori. t
up and out again from the "Flu. vVV pay from $2 to $15 per set broken hen I went to sleep. I heard of .R.t'nt 0 IVnnard.ethlMtid airamMt, !you In Bald court by! Di.lri.1 No. '12. fh. ,

,1 a L. Lee | )ukes and.! "'lighters' ; of Jacksonville or not). We also pay actual value Chamberlain's! Tablets and found, such The Bradford County! Telegraph I. herebyilenltrnated clerk C. Sullivan. Kr.-i! 1 >

spent last \\ ,-.'k-E'nd here with' for diamonds, oM gold silver bridge relief after taking them that I kept up shall be an publnhfil a newspaper for twelve In which eonaecutlveThe' thla notice ion. in'Mctort. S. T ivChairman '

State Farm thoroughbredCoach work. Send at andr.'h.e the treatment for nearly two months. weeks.
by parcel post
At once
The Quinine That Doei :Not Affect The llcaJtWnusei They cleansed my stomach. Invigorated landa deacrlbeil in the Bill of ComplaintIn Board i

Stallion services guar- nf In tonic. anti laxative effect LAXA* I cash by return mall. Mazer's my system and since that time I this cause. the title to which la sought to Attest, B's '
FIVE IIKUMD Ut IMNK (IT..hh..1 can be taken Tooth Specialty Dept. X, 2001 So. 6th. in comfort. I be quieted a* avalnut the above defendant, I' W. T. WEEKS
eat and sleep am
in advance. by anyone withmit can.ing nervousness or rlnriind I 1 1U can are particularly: "...rIM.1 a* follow, to-wit Clerk.
anteed. $10.00 ) Clio '''...11. LW.: GRU't.SUgnatureuabua: ;30c. St., Philadelphia Pa. today entirely well."-Adv. Ely! of NEH-SWVi of NEVi-Etfr of 8W4

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I 11 I mtinuod From Page 3)) :280-Oscnr Lee Waters I U. 1, Dukes wh a 2 > I !'tltl--.To"")(hllll $nlllud 11'111; 1', JI', Brooklyn wh x911111x71'ill |I' i-! -Hi-rbort Edward: WiHuim: I nwtcytll'.U col n1163allBD sIt.!

((198-Floyd p.nylum.: Hampton col sas: : ylrtch111. Haiford cui altH:: : Hill I Brownmif. Sampson City wh ;

Mt'lton Order I 1110 .lames Jo'rllnk'nlk..r., Raiford ., wh nl'llt:! 10iO-Hal..u Kitf'. Rnifortl'h a911a1.179Jcasr : I ]12(51Chnrlio: St t'i'kllli. Stnrko'il wh alloO 1' 1

Name and Address' Color :No.1)l 1151: -Jnmos Gillcspio) Stroke col n527: I: '! .11I1I1f' JLmsell nilll.K\.iIl. "h nIHil 1 Rninoy Wilson, R. !B, Dukos wh allot .

.. Kaulor-on: Dukes wh ntHIl Blfli: ;' !-Albort Lee Johnson Starke:: col 11595:! 533-Gurney: : ; Ethrl.i: Cr.'w". Lllkl! Butler wh uI'! ';, 102(5(\-Brooks Grillls.; R.nford wh nlltl2nl 1

.Al'in/o' Hill, :Starke, wh alitl: I :25-;' -- Frederick. Ott, Law toy wh 11.21), :!11lWill"1Ilthur'; nl'klo'. I.lIk Hutler "h nllllt\\ ;1250: ) John, (tllvil, ld.I'nI"n. StnrkeI'.TI wh a1103 {

"l-iaiiklm McNt-al 1 R. B, Dukes wh 1\1111:1: 18' --Wiley Leo Ovorstreet. Lnwtey wh a5311: [ S1I000k:! ?1t'hully! Brook"I' col nUlli ; James' I'olln,., I Ilk, lutur wh K14nl \ 11 11I

Alldredjre] Lake Butler wb alHII iIl-.J..hn': Perry Harden It. 1, Lulu wh nS'UaSIl: ::1.8-Ifnrky IInvrson, K""I1. Lllwh'y wh 11110' !$ I Ills I I"hlmln'jlln.: wh 1(15(\

n".. nil Jin,'kson Prevatt Lawtey wh 11015n ; Hi--James (Clinton Rowe. Lnwtey wh a5:12: 11lt-WiIm: :, Fmnklin! :Intl. H.. Lulu \\h 1111111'! !' I 1 1:1:17:5: ( 11'' ',..., Starko col .
lI'tli-l' oh"I.t 1.\1\1"1, )1If.wn. Jlan'plt uh nlOtltl1I:1'I.I"1I ) 1 10:il -Storn Johnson 1 111/ :
i Richard Glenn Stnrkein wh allllG 1 KR; --James Hnkson. Stnrke col (15:13:: ( <" i Raiford col a1117 ;,
," Washington Sxvilley, R.I. Lulu wh u(7I \ 110! -Snmui'1) S. Grillis; Kaiford'US2 wh "SH: 7l! ): Willillm 1'urkhnm Th..rCIIsn wh 111001) ) KiOVnihott SibliStnrko; :: wh \
Lai Underhill .!Starke wh nllGS; : : -- Anh inlVis( Lawteyii7't wh IISt: : IHI-.Johll :-';lThomn"! Sampson:: City wh nlllO:!! I ,.';':!--V\m. Roan Aldorm-m. R. 1, L. Butler wh a1t\8 .

i"IIun Ornsia> Carroll, Lake Butler wh ,1i'1':! : -L. ROM, I ake Butler col x:10, : 1'1--Until: :! HOlllall \I\'nrl'l.. H. 1. Starku "h 111003:1:47Gdfurd loiiiiHoibort (Chili Hl'h. 1 Raiford wh all 170 J

i Tucker Andrews, Dukes wh ,1)0; 1219-Williiini Thomas" Tompkins, !Stnrke wh a5a7: I : : : Narmln( Luwtcy sth a1O01141'Io.c I 710- lan, M I I.ull wh aimnll7a
-tin .
lIarr.. xts'orth Raiford wh IIlliIallll' ( 1 |05; Curtis. Edwin Murrhee, Starke wh II :I" : Rubinson Brook'r col 111110. 21 I .rt fusel Crnxxford, Lnxxtey wh
W'I i !Sion L'Hall, Raifurdi wh u(7I ( :! :111 I--Clarence Bnrtoxv Cannon Highland wh nS39:I! IC171Si1co:!:! :: Lf'wi.101.i ." .... tnrke "h ntlllhiX18Joseph I !912.:! 1,'red 1'\.t: Jnmos R. 1 I. Dukei col al)7i)
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;-i I' Alfred Clyatt, It. 1, Lulu wh ut17J: :Hi\ !-Benjamin; Franklin Crawford, 1 Lnwtey wh nS I 0 I Jo:. Andrews, Lnkl Butl'r wh nl007( 1202: -( 1'llminlr"! StarkoKK col Bll7t
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Fenwu-k Floyd Lake Butler wh ai7IBurst. t5\-tf'oi'j."t'!,:\ : W. :Mann Raiford wh I 2-Act: : JlII"1 1 HI'lInm'n! Luke Butt"I') "h alllOS 1 !)-- Chnilos VVoslt.y, ul.lln. Raiford wh ull7.r

i, lit: R.I. Luke Butler wh ali:' :>28! -Willie Dims. Lnwtey wh nS72 tHI1--hlll'I .Alfed! G1VOge:: Luke Butler uh nIUO1! 1 11'1-| : Solomon DoSuo, !Stniko col 1170

! ard Timothy Brown, Theressa wh a871 121.thurlilllllr,1! : Hunter, Luke Butler wh as"1 IHsl.olIM.I"I"hll": 1101ll1t'1I. R 1, Stnrke wit a1111U9:35Arthur B13I--Ilrnry, WIIIIS. Sampson City col B1177nll7S
\ Brooklyn col a7177 I527-Jesse;' Siliox StnrkoIl wh us 11nSIS I : ArIt'1I Futch, Hnmptoll \\h nlOI1 (!ojSpasso\( ,. wh
Hit. Flowers IIIOla; AndrewThomlls' Lnk Butt'r \\h 7P<- Ihrnm Van
( 1,1012l0Llomnd
!, Wynii,
wh afi7M'It (\ wh Graham
Brooker whwh
Albert Johns, Hampton !>0--bon Tillnum Cr*sby, /: all7:
all, taokmm 1 licks.. Lawtey wh a479Itrymlr 1151-Oroxv Reddish R. 1. Starko wh 1)M 111 ; : I.aLyette Supp. I.lIwtl'Y wh 101:1: 7171.1ug.1, IMtnrtrwn5).Iitrulx). 1.. Butler ulisoallsi

Starke cal n6S0 :2SO--Dnnii-1 Dnv.id Crawford 1 It., Lake Butler wh a* 17 711-.J"hn Smith tukrs col 771011917.loseph I II r> .loo llcrniindo. Ki-llcx R. 1 1. Brooker wh
"i ulI\ I Lulu col aS48nSlO foster, H. 1. UU""II col aUI5) i :2S.1Lewis 111'11. Johns, |I. Luke Butler wh
Pnul I Duncan) Starke R'M! niick: )1"'I'lx. R. 1, 1. ntt82atlKli
il! col
S'U:
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i n082 173Sheldon!': Lnwtey wh 11:4-Stet: : r .1..hn""I1. Starke col 1110111 S '' !nom"1)s. I I. Lulu \vh
Thompson
? iiiioham.\; .Priester LawtryVllham lake Butler "h uillol:: 4: 0- \lpnr Thomas I R. 1 Dukes wh x550153:1Lacy ;, .III-\Villinm: lin"11 Ilair lIr"ok'r 1111 nW17 1 Illlii I."il2:!:; Wililmowlr"I I loxxis, I R:. 2: Stnrko wh 111 181 ,

wh ullS wh nS51 11 2 -(i""I'gW"Khinl'lon Boxier. Hnifol',1 uh WI" I\\i" I li., Illf".1 wh al 183
Harden, R. 1, Lulu :! Hitch Stnrke!
WI hinirton IS7 f
i 477-11111' Franklin 1'illix. H. 1 Brookerh n\ll1\ llurnioo '
Lake ButlerJon.s wh udSbS 73711.1'F.I1IrIiKh. Williams, Lulu wh nR.V2BRfiO; ::! I. t Brookor wh nll8rtB1I87
< .11. MI' Rivers, 11':1-l-dwlII',1: : Nick Howe, Lnwtey wh x10'7)I1Lrr : I ni: :; Call Craxxfoi-d! 1l
wh anSII; New River12r.l wh alli 5 3 1..I.LI'h'y wh
f: 1 I...,. u 1. Lulu lOi-Kichiiiil, :NVlson'; Toxvnsend, Ii7 Chnrlio
1iIIo'r. Jr.. J.nwlt'y col n11)21313Gt'nrg. ): Roxxali I.iixvtey
wh fS54
"1 RojrersVorthington wh allR7 !Waltt-r Viiderhill, Stnikeloni wh HUSH
'I 16lutrvh"ishmicton Carlisle, Starke wh n$4 : ---Curtis Briton George R. 3, Lnke Butler wh n555; ". 'n-hinlt'n Carter I R. I I. tnrke wh U1023001CI1uhuld : : I 1 1)9s:! ir.Ikhlll,1 Jniiios: + VVoslcj. Kori-o, Lake Butler wh n I1S|)
:\'kll. latke HlltllJr \\h nto1! Hnmilton Ritoh,
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wh a6S9b Unison IlnmptonlO'l wh aq..1 Stlrk. wh alum
Dukes !liR-Gl'ol'lI' VVnshinpton ,
+ I M I Todd U., :31)l-Willinm! i Fleming H. 1:1'00"1'1': col I021551Oscar II 11"1) Jiinno I.oxvis
1. : Lnxxtey
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"h 1190Sbmon (\ R. B, Dukes wh fA57 col altiM
hull, Josh IluriTPHs, Graham: :!---Ardell Dnpree, II H'-!' .
Lake Butler wh aHlIlIal.tin. isr,7 (Chiiilio (Cnnovn :Mc-Call Guilford wh nS55 ; Anderson Ink' Butl'r col aI025 I I I'rlt. nxhiniftoii 101111 L. Butter wh all 02nll'.tl
Nexvsoni 8H5ri7'.t .' i
111l1-Silh; : William, NnhkM. 1 IZrlitord! ssh (1111971 Jacob Xoxv I R. I I.
IIIIII! Butler wh nll50 : cal
1 , :\ Lnke Butler col : illi-,-nr-nt.inim W'utl'rs.] R. 2, L. : lank' \uk1 ulln3:
5 i col utm:1!): 717 John Crt-xxs Lnke Butler wh lIWEI-\\1Ililllll! ; ; II"II"Y" "ritlll"1"r., Lnwl..Y col 11107: II.i"olllt: , Stnrko wh
"n F Sni-ll.' Stnikt -- 1111-1'rnuris Th"ltl.rl'; :Nornuu-> ). H. 1. tnrke wh II IIIS:! 1 171l'OH:: 1 utlior .1':n kson Smith
wb 1111"1 Johnson R. Lulu wh aSfil( Lnxvtoy wh nll)5nlllW)
L. Butler 72(5 VVillinni, llonrv 1. !
k H Doutrlass, R 1. : J : !' Muniiol
\i. Williams!
:!(I-Cu III.I i 1'0111I1111h.l'in.:
col al195; R.ivenoll. Lake Hutler colXX nllr: > ) Ih'ookpr w h 1110'921)7Jo.rph :!! tlrk. cal
,i" Bt-rrv, Lnwteyunnor. 2--\Io'\ : ,: :!( .\ugua III" Unity! Luke Butt..r col 1110:0l'l ():: III .I.hl Tyson Stnike,
011\111\ : h laltl12711rthtn col
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i R. 1. Lake Butler 1 VtO--Ji-s: o', Ilallil'l1001'1.: .'. :Stnrke: John Bllt7!
? a Luke KutlerWVdev ch 1111\li\ Blown. Sampson City -..xhcol nl71i: -Stt'I'Jwn hrllugg. Kelly. tlll'k!! rot II 10:41IS : \ 117. Nllpol"1 Kolli-y, Johnstoxvn wh ((1119!)
t.. HI A. Cur\'t'r. ; -1111\) 101 :-lItt..I.'; I.lIkl' lIutl'r cal 01113: 11 .",1", I Presley I Princa.
:Mnnn( Raifonli : l wh 11111)1 OIK-Wnldo! \Foster. R. 1. Dukes' aSii.-i: : : .\ Lnxvtoy cal nil I91)!)!
1261George:! \ Lrr : tllr"l''h Perry Wilson Connor, R.
R. I. Stnikei wh all1!! 1I1:1-\lal'lin:! : !Smith.": like Butler, cot n5G0539L'nnuril \In.\ 1110'176o1'h \ :51' I. |, Butler whcol n 1:2donl''OI
Willinm
b.r-N1h :hilly (: Harrison, Lako Miter
Stnrke wh aiOOI ; Colon II. 1. Lulu wh nRtl7) omn. 1"I hlll11'h a1E11Il5:1flurry ( : ( ) ) I
Ilk i JissiCrosby, :: Brooklyn wh IIZO( i 11HHillmnl! ,! Johnson Staiko col II O5517Elmer : : 1Il1l1lfor.1, I..wl. n. :2. tnrlcwh 11111'3:70hinun'11ReI1)8 \( ; 1II-\llh.r, Isniali. Croon. :,;tn'kf'h al202nl2iit

I on'iai' i peri-y" ,Gainoy.Lake Butler! col a7O2u. Earl Frnlick. H. 1 1. hake Butler wh 11S7191199Joseph \ Osttyn Gainous : cal aS70nS71 ; H. 1. Lulu "h 7710'179l9V11 IH.li. Oscnr Johns Rnifonl .
Lake Butler wh aiU:1 ,,! Shaw, !Sampson City wh 1 : I S
Dennison, R. I! I
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M.: ( Arthur Futch Starke wh a70IGuntrr 1117 John \Vestlcv! Glisson. !Starke": wh [ :\ .rI'n Jos'ph' J1uIIi(1: $. IIl1mpton wh II IIIIS1700lj. : lfiil- hlnl ..(."olctnan: Stnike wh 81:05'S:!

uric wh uiO):) :2.T5: : -Tom Jones, Luke ButlerH5'l ool a572:! I.hllo: I1hoI"II. Lllwt..y'h nllll: !' I1SI5Dolphus Lloyd, Stnrko col 12H1:!( St
.1' ; Starke wh a573 117.1-\\'i1l SnndlrM! St llIrk,' ml 11111111 Chnilos M. Smith, I R. I hakes
Raiford : Jnmt-s (Geiger, Staike a 1:2i 7u2os
(!odfreRoberts, 1UIS Sinn ) wi
a7Oi Jninos
t-r col wh 11571010Jrxvr !!l7:1I.'n'tllnnh'"w: 1V) nn. Hampton \\h nlllil lln.y. Stniko(
(ISO( Bali-n Knson Hall. Hampton !
i ',' 'II Da\ id, Hampton col ;'; foI101:1-.1nIl': 's \I"ri: e. I Ii. 1. PukeH col n\l1l\ : i 5K! .\ 1..1 I'ruh ook''r
wh a70'I bake
Butler wh
nMI
Raifordi ( Copeland, xI201 1 : !)
T.ttl..tlln1001'1', : !'
wh 11A7053lrorge :.! 1-JlI'III'Y! hunt I Ii.,2: Lnkr Butler E'ol ullll:1: 'r--TI"II1 Ji-ffi I I'Mon I'orry, Ilnmpton
cnl oill1l Dicks I It. 1. Dukes wh
Williiim Oliver ,
1 >i, W. .otlaiil. Lake Butler ) 1 12: wh n577r(5Berry :IJ-\lIoI..w:! l. .lohn"ol1. lighlnnd cal 111011) :!: :! '.! Kite. 1210
wh ailO Itll"l'h
: Andersen
Lnwtey nl2tlB1212
Johns, R.ilfordIti :572-: :
tl'n cal uil1 i Obediah Strickland. GuilfordiiD wh 11574 :31--Shadrtck! Ballinger J.II\\tlY col 11\(11'\( ') Henry VVillinms, ,.* Bullor eel
-sturKi :
n IttSI.IZatfdrd' I ; wh ail:! :!! -Kmnnui-1 :MOIIIOIIlatn.. Brooker wh n579! 1091-Walter! Willinm". Hnifor.1 rol 1110111 IHIIS''I'I Lnxvtoy whwh nt'2rin21: :
i "!I-Hurll. Jnmos Junes
.IulwVol.thilirttun \'illill"
wh a71\: loii't--Willinm;:: ; ; Ib-nr I'IHhl'tt. Sappi7 wh 8550 col 1111117 (jrnhnm
Butler \ > 700IIJ ) I
Luke I .
f 15) "I 131xLuwrr: nrr 1'oIII": : ( (Clews, I R.:
\luq"I..y. Hllifor,1 I
\\h I.
wh IIR"I 1I\I11\ M Guilford
\\h 77714Ili' ( I i-onidiis :M.ISSWells. ) Lnku Butler wh
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, Graham; nl215al2ll:
11,1"1'1. : ( ;
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11111'11111,1 I:,
wh 1111'12 rillin, Ilal111'ton wh IIlill1 r t.I.j' ,I"hilI"1 I
Lnke Butler wh 11715S ;;(-llcnix.' 'taniucl) Norinnn Lnwtoyr.l.l I 1111"1. Brooker, wh !
12
T\son, ! ,,
i ni o" wh : ::I5Jn.rph Minion (:rites. J.nwtt'y wh IIliliin) 1" 'II'' Roborts: ., I R.: B!
t ,imbi.rt: BrookerVV wh n710 I -- J-IIIK-S, \Vilt-y Gntlin.; Brooker: IIIM 211: f. flutter! | wh HI2I7al2IK .'
1-\\'ult! ,r 1111111111011 Hnxh' lrookrr: \\lIil'l' Tisott, I R. I I.
wh Starko,
col 8551 t nlllf.1
,'d. ;Inrdun, I Haifnr.1'h aili 1 lI.3uui'tiIillPU: : ) Rniford! / I ) col "
n Doixling
668I.Iift' IY- Him'
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S""I'Im"11 .lohl1", Luk Butll'r wh kintrton, I
wh a71Sv 1111-Stt-xt-n Tinker Doxvlinir, Knifordrijii ; wh ItSM5 uIO:: Htl'lu
". ,ill Lnwteyhinirton Gaskins; Luwtey wh ai1l! : ;-Bonininin Franklin/ Roberts: StnrkeI wh nRM0 HI:1KII prr" lrrr: 'a 1I1/1..lIn. Luke Ilnt1l'r wh lI\4Ir\ ,'1 II.H111111.: Id, llnrd.x, . ,.. 11'ku wh col ul:2y nP2l '

\ Stnrkt,\, ,. col a70I :! I :"do-"'ill'lll11' Jin'ob. Robiiisnn Sampson City wh a597 Il'Ili.-AlloIIo'w .I'IO'I"ul1' StmlllI' J.nwt..y wh nW,,,,1 1'213Inrnn: : tl. Potorson' Stnrko" wh 1 ; ) \
I'' 11. a2'.Mnl'222! ,
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595tlniin! ferry. U.I: I I. hukrs] rot .Minion' Stnrko,
wh a71:! 77110-Langley! Augustus, Knwln. Lake Butler wh 11555 I nlOiif '
ButlerVi ;50'5i'l:
I b I ", ,.11 Lake W.iinxvriurht, Starke "h n7'22i :! I 170.-Kiohnnl Smnll) Stnrki col nM") :!::1J- -11"1" ," 1.'I'II"klin'i.\ .. 41'1.. Luke HutlE'r wh a Inn+! I ( : Loonniil .\1"1..-,., 1 R;. |I. nt-ootier' whwh ;; .
I'a0: ; Ell": %% Joseph r nlt"3 I : i
tl.un ,
wh 717'II :! col IISHn Hla"coo wh IIW.-.i/ Stnilinn;, '
: 520! : Frnnk Vlm-duill 1, Brookt-r :
\ I ''I l I itihfii-ld.. Brooker :! 15 1I.W,1t, 11"'all. (illif"01; wh //:1" :: (::1'1. I Ilwhrrl i 1 Pipi-r, Lnko'llutler wh nl2LMnl225'
., Wllt"I..H.H.I.akeButler wh ui1: 10.;;:!-Geot; uri"' Hartley, Johns. Kniford wh 11511:1.2Andrew IIlflliH I wh
I i n col Illi anhy( Iilllxpir; Slnl'kl' rot :; I i :.y Rtiloiirh VV'nlors) 'Rniford t
Ktarko "h x7:5I :! : strong, LnxvtoyH71 11592! : alII!
Yurboiouirh, 21 i
I I-.I I1 s ot 14)777Jn.,, 1'I JissiDrixx whwh I 11171: !
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Sampson City col a72'uglton. : '! J : -John Iliw-ill, Toplin. I R 1 J. Starkos'O col alII!! : 3'h I..w ilnrrrlh, H/lI'J1/ wh \(11\11\( \ I I 931! ..IOSMI (1"111.i Lnko' Butler a \ .

I s irhtsij.. Stnrke eol aT17:! ) -- Itntnoy :\1-, :->:,.,,1. R. 1. Dukes wh aH'l!II t 177-.Jo..ph, Wilbur' Cuwt'. 1 II. 1. Stnrke/ wh 111111\1\ I 2ri7I: "I-.il. : J. , Ilniniion) lljtnipton wh 111..7 1 ;; /,
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IIi1! Lr'aun'd nl 1 22SBI221)
9 i "I.' R I I. 1 Lake JJut'r'h! ai2! 1210--Genr: (; ; gr; < 'raxvfonl Livingston, Starke wh aSf-: 1ll'Ii-'hal'l.: :. Thllrna I illl.Ii.; .I4I! .lnhl1", lIamJ'ton wli nIIl'! I 121: ,..Hha11'| '"'' Itutloi- col )
Btowninir.: LaxvteyMooilx wh 117W: 1 ism-olm' Wi-slc- White, Stnrke wh nSOUniioo RiI'o". Htark wh nlll4l:1:! x121- ;I:It 'ph't ," l-ri-viiti. Stnrko
ll.ikot wh a7\0:\ 1077--.Ri'ubon Thornton; Raiford! wh) 11'1(17( 511--Ilrnry: I..wi (:utlin. \\I'ooktor! eh IfIII) : 0 : "'" ; Lnwlly wh 1111: ,
Starke '
I I I':PI, nn.,!ml.; Dukes cal U731I.vs"u : .I 112: William Cninolius" !Ivors. Lnke Butler wh itS99 ::2711! I L'c Roy:: yl'rrick M. \\'o'lhinlton 1',1 ulHlifi 1 1113-Joseph! ;-I) IC'Ilfll.'' Itniford. wh col, niaT n I !: I
Stnrkoi wh a7aiIlrnry : : (JIM--Jacob \iiriu-s. Lako !Butler wh 8599! IliiI""II.11II."y" :\la'lI1.' Lnke L'utler wh II\IH.I\( ; 1 .1b I nc'y r" I:"" ,'n. Htl I'ke
I ', \106--Louie; : I h I 1'dlnu's( 11(1 wh 1 :
I :2'"la :I
iin.'y. Brook. 1151uhlk'' ; II
Lulu wh a7:1'1: lOiiO-Str-xon Joseph I Kelly, Johnstown wh ( col n 11117:0:1 ; : : .
Knight, 1 R. 1 I. Ili-) I In\\'tt.y t
i ; /: : ,, wh
Th"IIIII.1. 1''llIk 1211nl2'.ri
1 ,.. R.nl'oidl wh l1ill: I Ii PtKO-: William R. Booth Staike wh !1111111 ""lIk%. I It.; :!. i,1111e JI"tll'r "h nl'W' I 11 l.IIIII. Sum"reon :
I'rtt !) I'hnv. Ciy eel,
i n735S :\ 1 :! lri Bloxham wh I-.I..y :\111'0' :.nrnuln. J.II\\\I'y \h I f.t 1""I'IIH. : !
City wh Pntrixh, Sampson City IIIII'! nl"Ii'!i
i \l Bivnnt Harris, Sampson I I5 i :'I1-\\; , 397! Ig1; IIWl'y wh 1112'9 1 !
II."t"n:; ;
,. \a II. i %Whitti, Hampton col a736I' : 1010-Clyde (;it-rald :\Iullall '. Hampton wh a'linii'io! ): ll l- \\'illiam" lnl1"'II." R.I: :2. Stnr\r\ wh ullli;4 1'105.11111 I : Loonaid. rii-w K Col :

, lol'rtVa: ,, Iin, Graham: wh 117: i'm'II1,1 rtl: !!)-Rolli-y I Kose Cox. Staike col ) t ,! ( 'he'art l.awI.'y "h 1111171 211. :'lliom.is ) Stnrko Col 1/2:17
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> ,m, John Lake Butler' wh a7:1: 07!'-William Thomas Saxon, Hampton wh 1191)3!, ); 501Jahn \.lh.1I t-ll\'arol.: .. R I 1 I. JlrookE'r wh 11107'G03Ilrnry I !:! I 11..1' l-'rnni I !'is Rivers, I Luke Butlor II'1 2'Sa !
;
1'' \ IUMx1'II I1 wh
: Join col 117:1: !! liSii;!' -Cordon; Eli"m1), I.like Butler wh nlllli 1.1111',1') V.1"1'. Lllk( Butl'r "h a 1117:1(1111 : r- '+ ,'I Tnvlor, Dukos' 1 I'19:! !

f F i ,ln well, Johnson' <'- Lnxxttyi R B, Lake Butler col 11710 125-Whitmol: Tisun' Renvos I R. 1. Dukes wh ulll17 \ (! Kury lIl1lttl'J Sinus. IIl1l11pton rut a.n71. _"ir- \H.vI"y, : ,,' I K. 1 J. Lulu wh wh 11"'u'

Willinm) Thomas, Harris, R :2!, :Starke: wh 11741 1 111! .1-I.aw ton Frederick; Surrencv, Brookert. wh 11x19! ) IJH--:i\:; : .1I1'nry 1lrnwn 1Z. :!. Stnrkt wh a107" I IMO VVillio)" Inwlon.) Ilk.. Butler eel 111211 1 1 1

7, imuel, Corbett Penrce. R. 1, Dukes wh a71 I::! :t.;>-Karl Clifford] Wilkinson, Highland wh a'.IO! "lIvill Gill+l91 Krllrv (G irllhllm wh u11l71: 712I': Robi-it Eliza:! TlliH. 'kc wh HI2I2alLTI

i Rosier RaifordI wh n74:4: 11H: !). .Joseph Klbtrt\ Hnrrell Raifonl wh n'llOanil! 112William:! W.II."rl'\ I ,,Worthington wh IIll1i1lk ) 1'.lwI": I. ... R I I. Nuke Butlor
I: < I 'nnklin, Adam King, Starke wh u711 '!(0i( -Jefferson bang, Lawtey wh ( 4957'biulin Iukes, IuIICR wh n\l7H\ ( ,, 1""I..Ih'y! Col III
1 nude 1I'rl'l'rtViIlUlm.' I.iixvteyDnniel col a71. 111.1>-Oscar Omen; Rniford wh nl'!) 1'atrlPr! III'ook'r Ml h 111117'1 1 :,: ,1.1..1..* ( ov"r. Duki-s wh' nl"I';
lIil Frllllk John ul2Hinl27 I
1 Littleton Kite, 1 R. 1, Starke wh a7111; 720: -Jntm-s Elijah Douclnss. Guilford: wh nllU! : Allpn ('lIno\'n. tllrke wh nlll"1 Krvin: Dckle, Lake Hutler wh
: :w-!! !
wh 11717 10(51( Jack Nowmans Rniford tF'"Ol': p liJ"y: idrln'nmor('. 11t'.okl'r 1'iIIir''Gang( I.n
Raiford wh nl\o1\ wh i III"I I
uncil Grillis, .... I !:.Ih..llrp., Jun1w. I.lIk.. liiH- "Dave Blake c olwtry n I"1 2 I ISa
', Goorjre; Fowler, Brooker wh 1171R 71-Bryant Walter Dees.) R. 1, Dukes wh n'ltr.nil BlltlC'r rul III O '' Lnk. Ifu'llt-r,'
harley Col'
!935' Forol %. 120: I I 121')
HarliSM
lark, DeSue, I II 1. Lake Butler col 11719 I!' ."10! -.Jacob (:a\'lIn. Lake Butler Col 11(5: Car'11'ntvr' IIl1ml'ton, wh nin5.' ; Rnifoid Uiuli-thill. Sinrko wh
11.i; ,111811 , 71! S a 1 2.'iOiilLT.I
GI *'\i-l 1 Throdoro, Nelson, Laxvtey wh a7.0() I 17.ri-Vora Baker Stnrke eel a'H7u'H! \ : Reynolds I Slnrkc rut' II'II' I Samuel I'ortt-r nl'Tol'o, f, TIII'OS8"h
H'iioh"y: 7 Irilli", 10K| (Peti-r :
Stnrke col ai1! 12OO: -King 'handler Statke col 1I11K! I1l1lfol',1 "h 1I10 i Kvril, i'
|4n Whit Budjrott. R. 1. Ilnifnro
hley FORK. Graham: wh a7i; :! 1251: I N'wtnn.lahnM:'; Starke.ri7 wh !> 129: .I"hn SI aU(('II Ifnwn rd. lIuk"H wh 1110"11'i,1 :' 031:: i ( Mas , I. .. liulli-r wh a I :aoanl'JM ,
:329:! '',\ Ill' 15, 'is : col (
I' II inns Filler KaifordMi t'ol n75'1 -Hardv, Taylor, I.axxtey wh n'120!: 175. I'IlIrlll1lr. I.lIwl.'y wh (411)5' ) 7 1:1'1\,1 Civi'liiinl| Cox, Staike wh j lJ
Willi Ul2.ril! I
i.. ,,,di .nn James Shaw, Brooker wh) 11731I ; I 1 UK; )-. Ihomns I'nrterUnhurt, Starke eel n'121n')21!: Tyler I Brook'r' wh IIIOHk 111:1:l VV. Join-s, Hninptnii, col 1ij
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I -\' n.ld, Gnllls Stnrke wh 1173.; ; (52Odil;: -Abrnm Churchill tri<'klanj., I.. Butler wh 1)1.22!!: :! II.i; ; :'i' IInvji 1'tIr( "h uIO! !, 157! VV inln Id Hancock" Hall, Hampton wh pj'rii i
1.11 I: ;
.! 'imuel, Jack-on 1 'foxier Lawtey col n711I ; '! .-Dnlton) (Carter, LaxvtevKildy wh a9:3I :! Charlie 1'rnnrjM' Itl\'r.. IdtkP lIutJl'r \\h 11111'111 I 122: : :! .\I.II'w. Xi-nns AdkStarke. II tt
XV !
!97)M' "O"IU' n2'.7n2r.N:
wh x737II ; I 1005.; : IMxxartls:. Brown H. 1 I. Lulu M2 I: ..1".1'w',.
I b I ,i-ph Sparknmn. Raiford! Hampton col.! !): I 117 rnl nlll"1 t ', Lnwtt-v whxv !:
.diary Folsom. R. B, DukesVV col a734; ion: -Josst* Reynolds, R.nford wh a ).'."> .1 In"ltIn !I1IaIr: IIl1rri.on. Worthington \\It II wi.) :! 117 ( ;"I'j' Km; .. Spires, Jaspi-t- h ilP.Ti'lal2'iO
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Hi,. Andrew. Wi-rts. It. B, Dukes wh 1175!! I'-,71-- !Itoninmn Law.ton \Bryan, Stnrke wh ii'l.'i5n'J7! : I 1121)70:'' Naar' (( ',1 u''J.) I'tll.II' "h aln'r" (571H I Lucy I Douirlass/ .., 1 Lnke Butler whcol I : ;

IhiSht.ird. H> lor. R. I. lake Butler enl niHO) II."'*--Raw son Jackson Davis: Staike wh !):! ""I1I'y111'.1.' Stnrk \\h nJI1I!) I I 1- JoiSitiiinoiis, R. 1 I. |IIuk.| ." 812711 1 I l li
'liott I % illianw. Starke wh ailllI 1'52:! :!Benjamin Klishn Ruuntreo R. 1, Starke cal at.'Hnojo: i" 4;;" nrge % Ilnrxt I iZ. 1 I. I.ukl' lIutlrrl'h nlu'1 I 1 I 7991: !) I :Mclvin Millis, (Gi-i; >rt>;c, Staiko wh 111282 1::! I'1.
wh n7R2l : Hampton rot I i21'r: ::! \\-illium! IIlo'lhllnl{ IIlIr\'n.I. Stul'ke S7'1-! ('hu r"'y" GIMIK-S| | '
I ink Eugene Henry, Hamiltonb ilIal.t..y Lnwtey : wh aIDul, ,: Ln k Cutler col aI2113 I ;: '
l I, _.. F.dxvnrd:( Sweat Rnifordl.inn1 wh a70:1i : I 157 --\1: :l1'ion Hanson I'u rt"r. Lawtey wh n:11!) : J'II: I'yruv Ira nk Ilaover. Stnrke \\h n'IIl' II: : .PactSoiitli, Starkf* wh : ( '

i !: IrvtnVnter( , It. 1, Dukes wh u7111 7'JS; --llnrdv\ Hancock, R. 1 I. Lulu wh n'HIn')12'! : I 191': ::! .Inm.4 (Tuzirr .lonrs Sturke wh .101)OM !''$ .Inn- T. ol.son 1 R (. Butler h tl11 1 : '

.imuel Ghent: !Stnrke col ail15I :tin:!-JI-XMS Henry Willmms. P., L. Butler col : : I -ilall:: .Innw". Ilam"t"l1" eol a109'! I 525 :-.1"1'; Bowie: Snjip, : Ilk 'col 771240

I, Pt-nx Williams, R. 1. Lulu wh niHIi 'J 110--Solomon' dim. Lawtey wh a'M.1a'!,'' Iii .Ial1l" \\'iIlinm 1'ndgett( IIr."k'r wh III I I7(If i 509: \ 'dlilll Rost Ta\lor .1"huHt"\1 wh I .li7

: II,iid\ James Sxxeat Stnrke wh a7117; 11(5.1): Frnxior Kelly Jr., Starke col) !):!11 I Mnv I'"ic", Springs, Rnifnrd' cal 11111I1( Hf: Albert I III-Wilt .1"",-.<, I I I. l.ulu wh x120 II 1 !$

1,,'hn Al"'s (Cumminis Stnrke col aiHR IVi! I--William \nron Bailey Lnke Butler wh ull'Uj) :5" : WilliuOl Gnvper) Lnkr Butler col, nllo'J :272Ml! ( ,,''Washington Johnsuti/ Dulius wh 1 :20!) q
William I I i Horny Slonn Graham: wh u7H" 1-.i:' Robert: :SVxvton \Ross; Starke wh ll'IKlnH7 .If" I.lla W'PrI., Yew Hh'I'" (01 nIlII'I ': Riclianl lla/aid. in-i-ni; Lawtoy wh II al270n :

1 n i.. I'M, rry Ilt-rsiy. IL. Lake Butler wh ai71'I. 522Nod!: :.; June. Snpp, col !! 11 1 J'" (Ilrurge: Wn..hinjCton Smith laifol'.1 wh III 1111 4 I \-.7'1 WIII, LiivvniuiU'nll, Starke whwh 1:27! 1 I

!Hii\, I :shfor; | | Hii/.cn Brooker wh 11771 I 12:151:11!; : Rri'iiks,. Shipmnn Starke wh all'IR I'''' Willinm .I.'f""n' "'IIrd Hrook'r wh III III!; W""I"y Williiims, imlford nl7 1 !

tnthl',n Kills Russpll, Brooker wh a7i: IU'HI.Jil11) Sinimons\ Snpp col 1(919! : I': t 1- lame' :MrFaslian Hlarke eol n11o1 'MO Rnttli-Hnako Jake, I.nke Hutler wh : :
1 271al27l
VV ''liinii) , .'d!< \inidi-r, Hampton col a773I : I'liiJohn: Erii-rt :McNeill, R. 1. Brooker col a9!) 10 I II4t4! I'au'' l''rn'll SInrk col lallll7 1 12415: 'holn. | )v.irht,( I I'ro.t.r, Starko wh n : r 1

I li S in Bioxxn: It 1.1 (Dukes) col a77 I 1:173-I'IU: : ,'In Johnson, 'tnrkc! col n'HI! ) 7(11",( .1""Ih. Farvth, Itnil'orl, wh IIIIIIH !281! Willie Kite, SintkeJohn wh 1
275nl27
II 1 I is'hn Williams, Stnrke col aT75I 11,",!', I Ili-nrv .li-s-c Burnett RnifordI wh (,!>I I2: u I ..t"r t Elwnr I ,I T.da', ',', J.llwt..y 'nl 1III"l I 1!' '1211 I II lli-1-niiii' VVilliniiis, R I I. Stnike wh a

I VV'nlti-i,r (llId,.. StnrkeI col a771; I Ii:!"ifi -Fn-il" Jackson, Atlnnta' (:a. col n'M'laMl! : 71'. SVilh1.Crat. Lulu wh allill/ I /121i : i KMi-r: Jnini-s v King, Hampton wh : !
1', i >oidon :Marlin Gritlis, Raiford \\h u777 1 11.li)-:Most-s I't-nibt-rton'' Stnrke col ,15",,,', Ed Flmnrl' Lrr, .iturki ,. .h allli i 1)70; Will, 'I hdtiifison I 1.11 InButler col a 1 1 277 "

Willit. :M.ixey Joiner R 1. Lake Butler wh a77R 1 l')5-Ilenry Hampton Jones, Sampson City wh x913!) ; :27I 1 IIt11'd Frllnk lin 'l'yre. It i I. I.. Bulll'r wh nail'! 177: able .Mnoilv. I K ::1.! Lake Butler wh 11:7H I (

William Kllis: Jenkins It. 1. Lake Butler col a779h 111-Qutnttis Wind." Worthintfton1CS / wh a0!) Hi .7:1\. 7 Slim l\inJt. tnrke enl nlll I a :al Lnwioiici' Irwin, l.nwti-y col nl71! : () ( +

: Edgar Lw Pnrnsh, Graham w u7MO ; -Nod Bnrnt-s, Lnwtey col 1I17!) ;;"ul 1 Emmett: )limy Iitki' Iltlr'r cI,1 all )II 1 HW: Jess*. J. Birllinir. K I I. Lakt- Butler wh al2SIn 11/

11'1 - Dewey laurel Findley, Starke wh aiRIJ I 1:1111-::t l Jam CM h\<>mp. Sampson City col tIlI!)ISa'HI I'I .h'MMP. Sumud 1'orsyth, Br..ok..r .h 8111' f. 711 Berry Washington I'ul"II lulu wh 1:2X'i:

: Reuben Williams, Live Oak col a752:! :'t'fll:!:!-Clnrida Gritlis: Lawti-y wh 15.:1: Willinm IIt.nry Keen tnrkl' wh nIl I I I III 7 Ii' Joseph 1-'lrrn-r: Wilson' wh

Benjamin Yanc-ey Saxon Hampton wh aiKa fills( Kmnnuol Hampton. R. 1 I. Luke Butler eel IIH'O) 9'I 8u.1. I I'"vid' .lone". H. I I.uk(8\ c..1 nil Ii I :..-!, Matk Coli-inari, Stnrko col niaH-J: : ,.

John Chase Terrell Hampton wh ailoll 1151-Herbert! Henry Benton Starke wh B'I'll era: John II'nrv 1'orsyth lake But"'r uh all ) I 1'12: -Jnnn-s l.nxvton Brown, H. H. L. Butler wh IIHI I 1 :: I ,

Jmhua.. L. Griffin R :2. Luke Butler wh ui93i ; 111-Hurley Letarlton.. I R.: B. Dukes wh a'V2!):;: !" .Iaml1 ('luIT, IIlImptoll e..1 all ) \i5- LI-WIS :Mathf, Inllt"l wh IIIHI 1 (

i James, :Martin Conner Lake Butler wh ailolll :'U"i James S. Norman Lnwtey wh aI! .:1 1.71 WilJinm 1'"wlr.1; Finll'Y. Hampton wh 111211/1 53- Josiph, I IL ll. K col 11121UI 1 287a

.: 1' (Daniel. I Bone, Stnrkelaikson wh lliR7 11"K:\ -Colonel) Hiirdon Hunter R'aiford wh toil: 1'1'-' Berry W..II. Sturkr .h nl121 llJos:! Arthui' Conway, l Je. a. Starke wh a 1 28Ha28D! .5

Alfred Howe, Starke wh a7H'I I 177--Thomas Kldndire: Williams Starke wh a!015a ; I II'I I ', fvhnmVibon. Stnrk" col 111122 I loo- "Dutiu' I 1111" vl Kniirht Sln'ke'h, !

l Robert Oliver, Sampson City col aiSI :2Columbus:|, lirnmard Hewitt. Lake Butler wh !>.t1 'Irr1d Taylor R I I. Lulu col nil:!: lall! Alot. 0.1'lulr"I., I'tnrk. wh :
Robert: Tyson. Starke col 117110 :2!(( -.James 1w: 'II. Lake Butler eel a')57a! ;) Marmon Marhnll, Br'lok'r cal :1 5Mi'; .1111'I+ "- Id\vjird) (;ioodf'-llow, Lnwtey 11lt : ,

--i i I-rank Henry James, R. 1, :Melrose col a7"1 115: -William 1 Robert' Haislop, R. :2, StarkeI wh aI4! ;) I 11'' I .JUJiUII Rgy111. Stnrke rol 1121; 1:1:1:)(! .Jan" "- Williiim. Robinson Starke wi 1:!!)I ,1 .

i_ VV'illinm Thomas Wasdin, Graham wh 117I! :: I:Kit'-Chnrlie Thert, Lawtey eol aO! ;) " .I.hn David I"'nr,".. I:. I Lake Butler wh 12 ; .Jimii-s; .V Normnn, Lawtey wh al2)2nl2H! ;.

: Brx-nnt Nathaniel! Brooks'!, J{, 1. Dukes wh 1171:1! : llld-Lennel l Itrown StarkeI wh nIIn! : t."' 1 .o""ph Glenn Itl..... I(. i I. I.. Butlf'r'h all'7 11121 "') Phni-y, Smith 'Denmark, wh 81.9:1: '!

pencer :Mi-eks. Lake Butler wh ai"l I lil!--lironks Deal. I R. I 1. Starke wh !9D1) 11""' .111"" Leonard, ; cnl I I ::'Vi; Walton ( 'IrrnoriM. li. I I. Haiflro wh A

: +111'11111'u..hinuton :Mann Kaiford wh ail;iWiliam 741-.James :.Madison Thomas Graham wh alll12 ,a' M lnron, Uu'lley" (:I""ri". [rake Julle wh 111121:!!I ,. 4.. I/r"y Chslir' I'u.lrtt.l Laxvti-y wh 121)5: !

'' Ch"rl.n.lprson., Raiford "h aiu! ; ((51! !--Rufus Ah y Chancey Lake Butler wh a9113 IIWilli' Worth Idmolll".n. ) wh I 1111'1/I I J I.y, .- 1"rt I Dyiil!, wh IIIU:!!! ; .

." Rufus Perry R. I. Lulu col aill7 'WO-Will Tnnilinsnn.' Laxvtey wh apdlnirr .. I'hnrl] AI.rnm H..rl. I 1 I. l.. Butler wh nll:1 l 1 7 ,; ,\1"1 Powell, R. 1. L. al7: t .
( hai-lex Nt-lson, Williams. Hampton cal nill> 1", 1--Daxitl) .Iiispi.r OMKO| Green BrookerII. wh "I' I I'rm.ry: JitE'h lard..,'. Surpson City wh Iilia'I' : I. :! ) Bryant :lan"1! Dowlinir. futler'h nl1 1:.!!

1 sti. S ,nl H, nry Moore: Raiford wh ailllI ."- llnrley' lisins; V'nrnes. Lnke Butler wh aJf:1II : Henry Fr""lnll ".. n. 2, Storke wh nil) I: J 171 Jarin-1 \\ Norton. Ln t''y "h wh a : !)
\ al'ioonl'IOl: /
col lCiOO I:'" B"rn'y Thomas R.: '" I h'Gqhr'n' n" .1t, "r"w. 1 : "I'I't! John
I l\or\ Pray Brooker 1. DukegIJ71 wh aOB7aAH ,- nnl n., L. luter wh "I'I i !I 1 Henry Tillmal, Maiko cot .
Itiihanl Iia>'mond Prevatt. Starke wh aS01 : (Charli's nduurd Pop, Starke wh Elijah: JnhnM..n. I."k Jut"r col) 1 !: HI: JI-.SHO Wiliuml Snpp col

1 II. nry Riifu Tillis, Johnstown wh aS02: 11.tam.: I.rnnder Batten, Raiford: wh ai':!) S.S 111 Ipn"l'r .n. .4'V' cal, 10' :ali. 'iiii'. : Wiham I.nry1:,,,. II, Inmptol wh unoaal.'iOM):!

Innmidiorpf* Sullivan, Starke wh aMO:1 1 11"'' Bnlouo. Smith Kdwnrds: 1 K. :3, StnrkeK. wh a97(, I 1'1"0 Ifop., 'w"I. Va wh n'I'17' ) /i) 1111''llly.: 1,1.. lutl'r col

'y Inn Baldwin Brooker col 11.0 I > .!t Willinm! Dann-1 Hllr
Mfrrd Vnrnos, Starke wh aM0> :i) OI-.I.\'nn:! Johnson Valdnsta Ga. col I a97' .I- 51a" I (;" ,.\ col ullW: I:!:2I 1"fY Jerry (;>,odk"/ Sampson City wh : .

Willti- Hill Theressn col ali "'6 15H: -.ln,el'''' ( rJm.. I:: 1. Starke wh B973a97l!) 1 11 I'" ('harlel ('Itlrnr.l, 'ratum tarke wh aill"'J i :20: i .( "Io'mnl ( '" '"s foul. Lake Butler wh 11:01. ( I

'' -nac' Lee! Dukes cot a.07, 911-.Julin-, (.,..Io.onpnver., Hampton. wh I I I J ilea Lon Th..rrtlln.. J llfor wh 111111I I UHI- ROHK: 'r. I nxvtey whwh {

Oscar Alderman R. 1. Lake Butler wh alolO 9 I20't: : -.Jos" ph (Clayton Poppell Starke wh a'(75! : I lyron K"rllln Iodwin.; J.awtey, wh I l I:197-rthur! l-rn'ik, .Miiribe, Starke a108) "I ,

', Olin Peyton Hale, R. 2, Lake Butler wh a"l1 I ;I'M-Groxir (levelanrf :Mott. R I, Starke; wh a976) 1"1 I W.I'r."y.. !laitor,1 wh all.I I !7-Ymh (Cnrdo/i.' Paul Luwtey cal alanf: ( ." .

ll-nry Sin* Rhodes, R., Lake Butler col a"IO'IOrlan.lo 113-Joseph Carlton Keene, Hampton wh 977OOT I "I 1 Percy 3lamb'I' Itll, tt. Lake Hutl..r Ih alill; 14M.-F'rrd Wat-/i-, Raiford wh nl:10.
Lane Brooker col akll :349-f.ncy Told. R. 1. Lake Butler wh < 1"1'' .fur Carr. Snpp .01 IIO-Blrn.d' I I.:. n-tt Andrews, Raiford 1
toe W Crawford. Lake Butler wh a'12';! :! I2i': -Arthur l-oi(* Dukes' Worthington wh a9'' ,:' William , Butl"r wh all.j .Jft--.Julius (;.dliard' Brooker \h nl:112

: ,'William', Holt. R. 1. Lake Sutler col aJj111 1IH7-Barney Ht-ndricks Raiford wh a950! i) I J I I'' .'amel (,1J.rI"s..y S.rllln. I Inke wh tilt l lss T IWI-.loh: : .\..'.> FIlinglon: !R. 1, Stnrko wh al nil il:114'1:1:I '

William Edxvnrd Bradley. Starke wh aH11111rm '(!'i':-Kddie Tholl'n.'[ Hampton col! a951 1:7: Perry N' ""I. ,cf turk.. alord wh all IS 2iI'r"" I D. ikor Welch, I R :.!. I. wh 111')1" : 1
1 I 1..v Normnn Starke wh a"l;:; I fil'i- Albert William -Ktarke wh ,. .,. ( 1:1--'h": n .f I l-aac Waters. Lutlpr
Andpr"fnau..: nOJiaa08'l I : John n 'h.l-flin. Lake ruthr wh all It!)) I 12 !ItL.. wh III :110 I
.". Thad Thomas. Starke col a51 R <2:>;-Jim ('Jo'mfJna'p": cal H'! Marcus f 'twfurd. wh /l"-II" 111Shulnr, I U. J h. i wh '

( 'irry' (Durant Sapp col a51 1 21:'Dennis( .. Peak Guilford: cal a9Hl! l 14::" -Thomas I I'yh.n (' lnk"ltl'r. 1 Starke wh alrn lj.I-fn: % lay. l.al(1 Buter ) III,1.117::15'
\h
i 1"- Brady Fred Ha/en Brooker1 wh a51 R tjsi -Henry Clayton SolI'P' .awtey wh B'IaOHit*-; 62! Josiah : T"wl..nl. Jr.. L.I Butler wh ul 2 lall-B.w; ( .hlult S1tub.ruugh. Stark" "h 111:10::
. Demorest, Marke "h a810 .'i2: -.Jack Daniel >ton : ; ,rdge, :.
-1: 1 tR.b." rt Fulton wh R3John:: Earl .lordxn. K. 1. Lulu wh a1151431Simon 3 1:11-JII CampIil. ..turke "h : )
: ',1 1.:William Jackson Goodcre, Sampson City wh a92: O :V;!>*Thomas James Townsend Lake Butler wh 8987 Triun Starke col a11. I 1 smux IC., 1. Hutler ala1 ul1:

; ,;- .0.> iir I nfayette Thomas, Lawtey wh a"21 1310-:Monroe Washington Stark! col 695N JI-Wm.: J. Markham. n. 1. Lake flutter wh a111i312Jns1'ph h 1313-ruymono Johnson, Sflrku : i ;"i F.hsha Wilkinson! Sapp, wh ak22 755-Jameii Anderson Graves; !;raham'h aIoI'! :! EmanuPI Paul .Rwtey cnl all111117Wdllun S

'M.1-.: ."'m.- Alexander Hampton col a":!! I >:* 1-:Mit., 'hell E. Douglass. R 1, Lake Butler wh a9JO Jamey lar..r. aitor.1 "'01 al.i I I Continu"d on lurte H.)





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:\lrK. :M. J. Green I IIbert Moscley with his mother and \ 'alz: I I Miss Anna M. Wit, '1// -'..
'jjJ . _. Mrs.: A. M. Van Dyke accompanied on the sick list f.n '11
r... .r..r The second citizen of this place to brother returned to Jacksonville Monday : t v? :

1 ,.. - fall victim to the influenza epidemic after a sojourn of over a week ut by her sister, left Lawtey on the is reported to \11,, .{,(, t,, "

was :Mrs" :SI..1. Green, a prominent the :Mosoley homestead in Lawtpy afternoon, train Friday, for Cincinnati I Rev Alfred 1 Jn J\: p' .'

countY ;: fh number of the !Baptist.. church, a kind Their friends are always glad! to see which is to be their futuie!home. Their lacksonvilli tit'(t teiuet .

'mil It,\'IIt!g wife and mother and a them. ( lovely Collie dog has taken the trip given at I the. r n I' .1 .

neighbor who was loved by all who A lovely baby girl was horn to Mr with th'm.11': Tomlinson and familywill I the United Will Wnntteo. "

I know hl'r.Irs.: Green passed away and :Mrs Rudolph Thede early Tuesday . occupy the Van Dyke property, The aitn n ,,'

: ; Wednesday< morning, the Kith inst., morning :Mother and daughter and farm the the land by arrangement polled elsewhen I
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Regular Correspondents. I "Pie.\att cemetery Kuday morning! over the new uriivnl! A similar Tho mfliie/n is still on the wane, was well attend, d.I 1

i J. II. lolhert event happened the home of :Mr and doctors are not in such grout do- Kit of work that n, ,

J. I II!. Tolhert' one of our loading and 1 111'11.: V.. E. Iturni-y, nnd a still j| 1111111<1. No now cases reported in town really needful that .

tin.hunts, -uciijmliod to the epidemic more wonderful< event at the home of I and the old ones rapidly ic-covermg. Lautey come to IIi, 1.i :
: II 1 t r nit.MM) -''OKI> ITEMS:: I A'u""t :.Sunday; of !Miss Tuva Andreu.liiuikUy . riunsil.iv evening, Sept 1 17th and the :\ and :Mrs Richard Bennett in the I IIr. I (;I'IIl'\1.: E.: Chul'l'hVIIS reopened I'I'I /Patriotic duty.

"i", lluie-s was ill Hrooker Saturday I body wan laid away in :Mount 'I'aloornenr arrior! a pair of IHins Law ley's (I: Sunclav for Sunday .school and mOI'n.1 :Mr. and! Mrs: , w.l: : ,,

''j Bradfoicl, :No\ I 1.-f. M.: Amlnii I m 1'ning. / cemetery Lake City, the following population seems to be growing. ing Kl'r\'ice8. which wile fairly well ) family me" mounu' i I" | 1

' .,4 was a busiin ss visitor to Gainesville!\ J. W Barry is sick at him this writing. aft"'noon.J: r. Tolbert moved :Miss Rosemary (Hull nn employee of I attended considering.. conditions their residence at 1'..i\ '."? .;
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Tuesday.Hamer. Ills many friends a speedy with his family from Luke City some i miles down the '
the Jacksonville postoTco has" been Services will be held next Sunday I MM'i i t tville. 1' I
'j ; l Ruin-its passed through hereWednesday ntoviry. home last I ten months ago and located here, I''suffering from an attack of the flu. i morning and evening as usual and :Mr. Cline hit- I b ., ..
I Iweek Edwards; I clime .
l I ....ti onrouto to Worthington I Harry of the influenza where he at once became prominently She has: l been home in Lttwtey for the there will be Kpworth League into the business Of ''I'I' .
I Wilde Hnrull. visited Worthington on account having I identified with the :Methodist church r
, 4 .. We hope he will have a rapidrecovery past few days trying to recuperate and !, service at seven 1'1.: ., everybody in-I I house building ami h.
, l'rlnJeHlontII1Y.; I work and was superintendent of the is stopping with her aunt :Miss\ Anna vited. wishing him success. '
Urmklev Hayes and brother N G, I Sunday school at the time of his death. I
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r t r :Messrs. IMgur; Murrhee and 1 Trul>y IIAMPION: : I kind courteous Christian gentlemanwho I I 1ST:; OF SHMLMBKR: ; : : : ImJS'flr.\1'tTS: RegistrationNo. ,

''I tl I Willis wore business visitors to the is sadly missed by all who knew I :Name and Address olor ()I
:, I springs :Monday Hampton, Nov 1.-Jimmie Dover him. He was i identified with the W. i (Continued From Page 7.) JI--I'! Rufus Reddish, ]f. 1, Starke wh \

' 1J r. ;Mr and :Mrs. C. :M Andieu visitM, of Jacksonville, spent the weekendhere 10.I W., Columbian Woodmen and, :Masonic I 77"_Enily; Sylvester Hurts Brooklyn it:,
Mrs f. :\1. I'inholster Wednesday the guest of Frank, Hardin lodges Registration/ Order I 1178-1 .eslic Thomas Townsend, Starke ":('

'!, It N. G.i Hayes. is. numbered! on the nick Jesse Alexander. of the Universityof )Ruth llnmon 1 I'I'n.. Name and Address Color No. liIH-lh.nry<; Oscar Brown R. 2, Lake Butli"ial'12l' s'b
(Florida) Gainesville, was the guestof 1078-John William Carroll R. L. Butler wh : : 1 I-.Jwoh:I:!; Jefferson Johns, Starkoa324 'II -:
this w'k.lift' little Ruth
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{, ) here 1100-Henry Lee, RaifordI col |0-Dewey G Frnlick R. 1, Lake Butler . :
e ; ;Misses Eva und l Elmu I Edwards were( his mother Sunday daughter of G. W Hinson, passed into 1451-Matthew I l : Lee Fowler aiv
\ Brooker wh nl:525!> pil:i:l -\lfrod! Stt:i ling, Lllwtey'n
lift' .' :J- :' guests of :Mrs J. W. Hurry :Monday af W his II.mother Jones, of:\11'1.Waldo: ., 1.accompaniedby ;Maynard, the Groat Beyond after being a patient _>,5" -Edgar; Bailey 1 It. 1, Dukes col nl32< > i-Archer Clyde Carmichael R. I. Stark, ."_ I, ;II'
\: ternoon. sufferer for many days. The little l-J4.i-Aaron Smith Crews Starke wh a3J7 U": :)- Herman/ Birl Wiggins Hampton v ,:
} 1'\''\ Otis Harry visited his sister, Mr: was the truest of ;Mrs W. 15. Alexander body was laid away in Hope cemetery I 5!)-Robert Emmett Jackson, Luwtey col ul'128,21: ; : -Goldvvire Benjamin Colson Brooke i iaFlJ9 I' ,;,::1 If

1'f.( y,, Mrs. Bertie Roberts! Thursday. Hun t. ;1.1)) :Mrs T. 15 Edwards; visited :MrsV. Mis: W. 11. Hoper, of Jacksonville, Starke, conducting the funeral ser (fif,iS) -Will Johnson. Lake Butler col olS'10: 1:Ul- LawrenceHolloway, Starke ,Hi ]
"/1 M Harrell Thursday. has returned to her home after an extensive I vices. I 7r>(l--William, Thomas McEver, Graham wh aim::: _<)ii--.James Butler, Lake Butler :

I'' \ ): J l Dutch ;Malphurs was a business visitor .- visit with relatives and friends i 888( Orlando Keith K. 1, Dukes col a3JJ: :! 212-(''haihe Williams Lake Butler :?"
p'1 I' 4' here.J IIILL ,,110J-Barney Loiklier Raiford col alJll: : 1117-Richard, Samuel Clearwater '. Cf.:.
to Worthington Thursday.Sumnei ('I.\Y I1KMS;:
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Gordon R.
I 11. Goodgp; of Valdosta] was a 1, Lulu col a33 H! 10-Dock Wilson Lake ButleralJ5 elf:
s( r p.t n Andreu was a visitor to 11'tl-Delmont) Dixon, ICaiford Starke :;
here wh : : 117!)-.\rthur Rigdon, R. wh tar:
:' Worthington Friday. business visitor Tuesday. Clay Hill Nov. 1.-We have had our 271 Rufus Ernest
Wy I Dell Luke Butler wh aU.K: 150-James Faison Dukes jfiwh :
" v i Co1.: Andreu, was a business visitor :Mr and Mrs J. H. Pollard, of Wu- I share of the influenza in this section '1 10U-Wnnen Rosier Raiford wh nPJ17: : ',, 102: -:Samuel; Dukes Dukes wh illy
:f.{ i: t to Pine Hilt "'rindy.t tertown, were visitors here during! the during the past few weeks. Among 781: -Daird, Zachunah Cobb. Thercssa wh all:IS: I :l.'l-Stephen Starling Lawtey \\h tit

\ tti'/ Little Virgil Newsom is on the sick \veck.Mrs.. those who have been sick with this disease 1:, ,')-Oliver L. 1I'owlStltrke, wh alT:!') !021: : -Edgar: Woods, R. 1, Lake Butler 0 la'
i If' list this week :\ J. E. :McLean is now proprietorof I were J. B. :Motieley B. B Pad I --1! -None :Sanders:: Lake Butler col alllO: !III-Eu'ene):!:! demons R. 1, Lake Butler wh ,3:I}
r I \\1 I Dave Andrews visited our section the Hampton Hotel Mrs. Whitlock gett and family. !'H7: -Jason! Perry :Summers; Hampton wh x1311': 'i ii-.Otto Starling Lawtey \\h .a;g

it I/' Saturday, morning. having moved to the Adams cottage on I Geo. Wilkinson and Ron were attending I ,Nil( I I--Frf'dt'ri'k Benj Ilielling, R. 1, Dukes wh ul3t.il 1001-Benjamin Franklin Osteen Ruifor.J11 ag,: '.
l'l't ;Main street. lil: -Allen I Leslie Green R. 1, Biooker wh ulJIi: ,, :12(>-Neal Davis, Lawteya3U \\h tV: .
w. :\1. Ilarrell was in Worthington to business in Starke Saturday
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K. V. Haulee, of Sampson, was ahusiness ?- wh 212-John :Mobley :Mnnn M D, 'h IN,
C.aturItiyoniv business. T 7 Reuben
s ; week. I > linker Luwtey col allloi I; I )17-.J081'ph() Robert Richard Raiford ail:t
i '. Ir I Itishup| of Aluehuu, passed thru visitor here during the U. II. Carter and sons, Henry and 4'!':1-'Ihomns Leroy Gordon, Brooker wh aHIti 820-:Moses Conner Raiford ,ly
I ,4 1ttt section Thursday i-nroute to 1 l'v. N. T. King of Starke, was the Jacksonville 118-..Ephl'inmllItthl'w: '
made busines
our Bryant, a strip to Carlton Dukes wh aU47 : 71-Ilirum Dewey Bennett Highland. '\1' !it
Worthington. guest of his son, F. J. King. during the Saturday. '' 111'l l : -Huriy Jay Snyder Johnstown wh a348 17d-Joe l Edward:: Hodges, R. 3, Lake Butler ch ,3f:

Horace :Malphurs is visiting his par, week and left Tuesday for Tampa, Miss: Edith Starling was visiting her 1-7J: -:Marion dlisson, Sturke wh al'14': :!HsIIl'rhl'rt'hHey., Luke Butler ,llHt
,1' l cots this work where ho is! the guest of relateesI grandparents in this section Saturday. II-.John: ": WiU-v J Koine, 1C. 1, Lake Butler wh al:HO; l.V: 2-!DeWitt Keith, R. 1. Dukes ':t*

;. 1 Carl' Lewis passed through here Saturday I I.. 11.' Brown, who has. been doing T. 1\1. Curter spent Saturday In I aw- :>bO; -John Prince. Lake Butler col! nl:151 1501( -Johnnie Strong: Hampton jt4
{ -Dave Cornell, Pukes col 111'1:>2 4'!)')-Eugene Bryan R. 2, Lake Butler ,I" JII(:
cnroute to Worthington. carpenter work in Tampa for sometime tey on business. 1::18') .
f.i -Oscc-ola ;Moody Lake Butler wh al351: :178--Dunul' Johnson, R. 3, Lake Butler,1.. ? :
Luimn H.on passed through our is. home on auk leave I W A. Starling! and son, Horace accompanied 1:!' '! -.Jumes ;\11I1'ionlitl'hl'lI.: Stnrke wh al5J:! 101): -Edward Sparkman Hunter Raiford ,"I .,IVM

,l section Saturday enroute to Worthington :Miss Li'olii Hodges! of Lake City, i by L. 1IInd J. A. StnrI 1(14( -Steve Buscom: I'utch, Lawtey wh al355 1071,--John Rnnce !Dowling! Raiford w' I
1 r ,1 n' where he met the body of nMr. one of Columbia county's popular I linlVl'1'1? among the business visitors 1111: : -Joseph' Cromirp Hoover, Starke wh al'15i: : (; 74-Henry !Dukes Dukes i'A'1

: Hany'H son, who died in Jack- tenrhers was' the guest of Mrs.: Tolbert to Staike Saturday. 1,10-.j.ir ljussoll i Hull, Lake Butler wh al157: l.iJ'1: !'--Jos. Malley: Alvarez R. 1, Staikea358 v, ,,.t.4
Konville. The body was cairied toNew little M2: -David Dyal Brooker wh 78SI)llaimon Alderman, 1C. 1, :MelrosrullS'J w' .at
dining, the wI'I.k.lisM: Hodges visited .. I B. B. Padgett y Hope cemetery whore it was laidto I here in the "/spring and made many I were shopping in Highland 1 Saturday. ;T5I: -John Walter, Howard Lawtey wh :: 1H7-Willie Clarence Green Lawtey JW: !
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test S. J. Starling made business trip 50Jos Charlie Waters J R Lake Butler wh ali,0:!' !'ill_ :Millurdarnes l Hampton I' ,1111.!)
friends. a
:Mr. and :Mrs .1. V. Edwards, visited I to :M.iMlle Friday. I i7-0Ih'I'" Slink. Hampton wh aIll'l I : 1 81-Andrew Keice, R. B, Dukes I
F The homo of :Mrs :Mvrtie Rowleyally 47Caiman It. (lemons, Biookerti'lil wh ul'iJ( I 111 I ,",-John Warren Jetei, Raiford :'.
Airs Cono at Brooker Saturday. P. D Lang! attended the sale at -Will, Jackson Lake Butler PlI
jtrlH'I,1'riday! morning with an col al'liil: : !-Nathan l Wise LnvvteyuF'fil ":
( I :Math I Dixon was a business! visitor :Mnxville Thursday .I IIf' Wilson "
infant daughter a Pinhol-tor, Jr., Brooker wh : I I 18 Arthur Allen Edwards, Brooker '1' ".
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Worthington" Springs Siiturd ly. n.i n.; Wilkinson.. of Jacksonville, ,>ii-I'lank Wilson koico, Luke Butler wh ull: >.5 I !t7,3--; James Hiram Yates Starke \I', .,!
I It. .\ndrews was u truest of C. :M. J. \\'. Nimmo, who has been a visitor i spent Saturday night and Sunday with 1-: 8- Alien :Marion Johns. Starke wh ulii.ii! ;,1 '!-"\lallien !Pnriott, R 1. Dukes e1yR

G Andreu, Saturday lit the home of his mother while his pun'nts. :Mr and :Mrs Geo. E. Will -12-Sidney 'revs .11'. I R 1, Lake Butler wh IIIJ1i7: ( 1403-Arthur Bloxham Alvarez, Starke \I" :'
r Wade Ilnnell and, family visited, convalescing. from a recent attack of I kinsun l and family. 4.>7-Jus. William Lester Pmholster, Brooker wh ul:'l>8 4 -17) I EclA'ar1.: : Thomas, Starke wh at141 1
M Mrs. Hai'rill's mother Sunday after the "Flu" returned to Jacksonville on Richard Carter, of Black Creek :!IO-John ISonnii: Rowe, Lawtey wh al'IdO! HJI-'olannie'ol.! : : Williams, Starke wh .::4107lEdwlIl.tI
afternoon. : : Silas \tkitis, Raiford ( noon.i. Sunday was visiting his uncle) and aunt, :Mr. 1II-I): : Raiford wh aH70 08 .
i (;i. If, Colson anil wife and son, Res1 .1. V. Jones ill able to attend to business I and :Mis W. A. Starling! Saturday and 15:11-t'nrle: Browning" Raiford wh al71:! 111: : -Edwin Biyait Reaves Worthington II.
Wiley, Sturke wh ami 71-II..e< Cleveland Witt, I R. 1. Lulu 'Sp! '
1 PIP, visited at the home of Mis. Jim again after being laid up several Sunday 1 1578
; -Peter Chnllenci, I.avUey wh al:;171: !lii'Mt-! .Gioige Vasco Dyal Raiford wh alii! !
r4, Crews Sunduy, lays with million?!!. I Wilbur Parish passed through the 1-07-Sam Kinney, Brooklyn col aP17l 70ii-Joseph Biunnon 1 R 1 Lake Butler \\h 11: '

1 W. M Ilarrell!! is on the sick list We regret to report the serious illness I "lay Hill section Saturday afternoon 1 "!(;!')Piunk: Goodme.; ? Jr., Starke col aP17): : !'X-S I William Epping? Middleton 1 Hampton I\h ahil l !:

this work of Prank (links, one of the pioneer I H. S. :Starling:: was a visitor to :Max-:' i".Vernon Ritch Lulu wh nP17: 8"-Henry ;McNish: : R. B, Dukes '33
C. M: Andreu wits a business visitor citizens of Hampton, who is quite| Mile :Saturday:: afternoon. I 121: -Jamn'' Richard :Molt, Worthington wh nl'177: 771: -Edward 1 Thomus Stewart, Grnham .., I"
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)" to HuifordIonday.l : ill at this writing.A I r. B. Starling was among! the visitors 111-Arthur Stevens Starke col nl178 109.3-Keoney A. Snpp Ruifordal .;
!>72-James Vernon Jones ill! at :.J.J11I71.lnhn
Hampton wh :17'!) 1'11I1i- I'harlwIoltil'e.: Hampton[
Cleo Jones of Columbus, Ga., is visiting communication of to Stnrke Saturday.Miss ''t
regular Hamp
t Edward '
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Thornton Raiford, : Brown '"
wh aliso .1\Raleigh James Lawtey
Hilti'llInlphurK:\ this week. t"llociA'I' P. & A.1": will he hold on : Kflie Harris, our popular school :\II-Osmr Strong:, J nwtey col n381! .510-Jesse Irvin Joiner Guilford .'

Cleo Jones accompanied, by :Muses Thursday,! evening, Nov. 7th., nt the ti-aihcr. spent Saturday night and I I-1": '-Samuel: "t.I..yJoorl': Starke wh aP18j:: : I 1101-Odis, (Gordon ICaifordal381 \\ .1
''I !Ellen; I.VMM and Murrie Malphurs, visited :Masonic hall when work in both the Sunday with her parents. :\11'.111111 :Mrs II-I.en' Starling Lawte-y wh : :! 'IK'-Ba'en! Johns. Hampton I ..

t :Mrs. W1.: Ilirnll Sunday nfternoon I.: .V. and K C. degrees' will he oxemplituil Pnndnll: Harrm, of MaxvilleW :\ 1 ::81_-,' r..h"lr'I'n! ': I Luke, R2: Starke wh ulNl .150; -Ward Hampton Ilarrell Brooker I' ',
.. .Ml members are requested tohe H. Carter and Nelson Prescott XI.I! ( hurley Smith. Raiford col al'185: ,7'!>--.lohn Green; Guilford a
wore visitors i to Maxville; Sunday visiting 17li-'Aiiguj-tus Earle Ilousle-y, Stnrkei wh allHfi:! / II "i \\,111"1', Brooks, I R 1. Dukes 'I'' ,''S:\
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ht C. :\1. \niln-u and family wore the l present" and visitors invited
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j 15MaoriSanford .1m".. 1'. r bA n..t1 n T... 1> ta! .
friends. I ? : 'i- nnnv nutitrr wh ill ,4 h5.a--Arley Orltnrrlo 1luuglans. n. 1. "J" .t
i :' u : >'iij-Wm. Sheppard: I Dukes, K :2, L. Butler wh Inv- :\Iurrhel' Lawte '
V I Eddie! (arter spent Saturday in al344: ! I I.t'on"l'dllIkolm: .
Highland business I l."Id-. 'Ihoodote, risen Staiko wh ul119:! 1 1ii., -'; .I oh nnie I 1"n\'III: ; Butll'r, lIopcwl'lI.11 ti
t ; on ':'l 1 ;\lari"l1 II ;Moody[ 1 K. :a 1. Lake Butler wh nl:1I1:: t 1I-WiIIlam; Glenn Brooks, Stllrke .
W. M. Austin of the Black Creek g
122: -lerov Langfoid Dukes '
i t TIRETIRES TIRES wh al.Illj7: i -I'aul Battle Brookl'r
I 8t'tion. was among the business visitors '! 71-Andiew Jackson Simmo, Hampton wh nIa01: 13-George: Washington Green Lawtl'Y

,: I to lautey Saturday I 1.-:1-:I Lauren 1 ling fputsch. Sturke wh nlJ'10'111: \ ..ll'lf1,01'; ''. Halford I :
II Robert Carter spent Saturday in 1171-: /Bioadus Ilowiud Hnrdin Hampton wh a1:191:!!! 111110-) -Willinl11 Cunll11inA's, Hampton '
i J i ; I have just 1 rece-wel <\ new 101 of American and Goodyear Tirt's, Highland I'H- Newton .\. "onnor, R 1, Luke Butler wh nl'H\\: 7--lIul-th F'. )Price. Graham I I' ..:.3.:1:

r I all si/e- Best prices in town on tires and! IUll'S. DranK your old! Volley :Mosolev! was a visitor toIlighlnnd 1 1:21-:77'iIvl'Y: Silas; ) \IcRao.:K. Johns Brooklyn, Stnrke col a130f1 I I ', --George' horns It.I 3. Lake Butler '"'"0I',, 'slag i :t.
1 wh al'W7 r5-::: ; Smith, New River
I.I tires to 1111'Vill make them as good as new at mill coil Saturday I IJ.ii: *\--John ;Malcolm Dubosc) Starke wh IJR:! 1014-Coonel Varnes Haiford '

II .i I 1.. ,.,,,"'-hand bicyclifirst; class liapr rebuilt' entirely'; $20.PI '! .I, II. :\losl'II'Y'a" a busines visitor I (:l:OJ S-Theodore Oscar Mbritton, I{, 1. Brooker col ala99! !1lI-Willie! Emmett McCan, Hampton 'I al;I,'Ii)/
: Maxville: ? FridilyK Lester Rowe, Lake Butler wh o111)1) I 1.IH..I"hPlt: I-'rllsil'l". Starke ':" iiil
S. Starling was visiting! hisgrandparents 1 II"-: :: heoilorp !L. Z. Barr Stnrke wh aI102: /oi/ 1- cline Holmes, Jr., H. 1. Lulu n. '11
STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS 7"-"I.\t'I I Sullivan Theressa \\ '
} wh nl102 1:17-Thomn.: Douglass, Worthington ;
Saturday morning. jU
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1119-Raymund .Malvin: Oliver, Starke wh ul-iOa: ;:;:I-.I"h'l! Jllniels, Lake Butler h ':
:Miss Ida Mailing is. expecting to return llh- Owen :Mooic, Luke Butler wh 111101 I '''7lr'ingJohnM, Raifor 1 \\ i511
home from Jacksonville .sometime 111Iar"hnl 1 : Thomas Kniford col aUO; l..35--Lawton' I.ol'llnzy Conner R.I. Starke ,"I' !
during the coming! week I lias1"SI'K! : Magery, I{. 1. Lake Butler 1'01 ullOI1 711-Cornelius Collins Lulu ,1 1 ;Ii
J --- I 1t::" '-:Novcii Jones, Staike ,'"I2911John 1
. :Miss Ellie Harris afternoon wh ul107 3,0! \' Phillip fierce: Bennett Lake Butler "i '
\ spent Thursday .. ,!
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Ki'nmth I'al'rish. R. 2, L. Butler \ \\ '
wh III lOx : I"ttltt'I'u Stn'ke,
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t I II at the home of :Mi" and :Mrs. :t!'; David/ Bryant Johns Starke wh allOO IIH-lIol'Rce:! Wilson Starke wh, dig

W. A. Starling ");:;-Joseph. llarlov Lee, R. :.1\, Starke wh uillO I I 952--!I F'h,y'd Chambers, Hampton ":; ::'i550,19 d 1
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John :Mack Starke
:Miss Irene and Katie Wilkinson was eol nl-ll1 I 1I1--Ah'in L. Jackson Sturke \
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the guest' of ;Miss Edith and Rife; Starling 7J--;I :Nelson: .. Croft. Lulu wh alH2 199-'Lynn: Williams Starke "'\ !'

, .j More Farm Thursday. evening.. lUll; Thomas. Sidney' Futch, 1 Raiford wh 11111:1: ."' 'Ihn :M. ('ra vford. Lake Butler wh\ ,14.,;!

MuChinery HnsLsJ -- .. ... --- I 1 111\1;\' ( hailoy I Lee Gillvurd.; . Hamnton wh.. .. allll 537-Wm; &T\l,00...._I .WV.--'.0...... It I "L a. Butler' 0 'Iial"''
UOKIHIMilONWorthington : i I 1.192tinnier: Blitch Limhiiugh, Starke wh HI 115 moU' 'It.'r !B"lItlv. K. _', Lake I Butler cd I :';5
I,. I lUliO-l'ulumbu. Johns I Raiford wh allld 654-Irvin Jones Howard, Lake Butler wh: i
| !950): James ":dwin1: I'LI'I'n. Hampton wh aim 1 Is221Villinm:: I Lulu wh, what
l Fraliek
Nov 1 I.-.J. r. Williams fix|1- Prank tlSb,, :
Hill Than Is Worn OutDoes :Motion Palatka col alll8 1 12,017- Victor William Kuhl. Starke I '
.. made a business trip over to I lilt; ; duss Ilaji-s Bennett, SturkcIfill wh nttlO ..'", Eddlf'll'Ilunaltl! !, ; I Raiford u'h 1 i,I.\.il
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1 Ilnioker last Friday afternoon \: Carl Alvarez Knight, Starke '
I wh allJO.li: lleiuy hllery Thomas, Brooker
T I: :Mrs I n. H. Dukes returned home :|H7, Tom (Cleveland New River col allJl: I'll I--Robert Weeks Starke \\ .1514 j

Thursday. after spending. a while with 71s John (Ju:Her I Dicks U 1. Lulu wh aU22:!: 11 1 rI1I'nr I :Albert; :Matthews Starke l I atnl,,
11:! !
i her mother, who lives in Georgia.: .( --William Henry I'nrrish Rniford wh aU-M: I tl')-Winfield Scott Harris Worthington 115ti3
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iI :Mr S. W DuBose and wife were business > William Edward Rainey, Worthington wh alUI I I: I 77-: John Davis, Graham colwb I \\15M
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not that conclusively prove that suitable sheds visitors 1041Eli's. I.. Wester. Raiford wh aU2": 9t'-Thomas Warren Paine Hampton w.h
i over near LaCrosse 15l
11 :Nat
-' Sl'wardVIIIIlIl1q, R I col
1, Starke wh !
nIl:!! int>-Nelson Rivers, Starke 41
I for implements would be a good investment ((I Thursday nnd Friday.We 17'i: James Ely Adkins Now River wh n327MS: -thas. (laden aster, Lake Butler w'h ',li
your are all glad to hear that ;Mr W. 1.WI:; I.ncv Jacob Wynn, Stark wh al-128 1",OH-Ltroy Lamonb lye Smith Sampson City ',lj

RIGHT NOW ? Your farm tools cost money these ,| R. Williams has recently heard from .ri7i)>- \rthur Washington )Douglass, L. Butler wh aUJO: s..l- I'inneis Beverly! Osteen R. 1, Lulu \\ :i1Jr9
his .son Joseph He says he is getting 2: ---Jesse Wells Vining, Lake Butler wh aU10 751-James Reynolds Graham :
days, a lot of good hard earned money, and to leave | along fine, and has been within five "71-lewis Arvmger Graham: col al-111 111-: Tilton It. Browning, Raiford 'h al 3151'15O i
'miles of the German's battle front. ISlHi! -John Ernest Coleman Starke wh n412 78-Jerman Keith R. B. Dukes col l, nl5l
them in all kinds of weather to deteriorate is surely I R B. Roberts and family have been 114-:Mack ratlin Prmgle, Stnrke col aHT 479-Lewis :Mabry Brooker col i ;
''very ; 1170-Kdward: Bugger! Jones Sampson City wh al H4: 1.1'::: : -James Oscar Turner Starke wh >iJ.j
with of
{s not good business management. If you want them to ( but are sick able to be a relapse out ngnmDr .the "flu, :8t;-.Joseph Reed, R B, Dukes col aim: (fii'lJal11. F', Ilrunnen, R. 1, Lake Butler I wh :".;
I aJ-i-I Robert Henry Rutch. Lowtey wh al43<5 t 17I"ckIillilln: : Raiford !
; : last one third longer give them a good coat of paint, G. II. Carefoot, who has been lOii-' -R' lawrencp iallimore(: Worthington wh all:17 907-Joe Weeks R.I.Addison Dukes rillita.''.:.

verv ill for some time is still very 070- Union David Djnl, Hampton wh a433 si';'_'> .jhn Ramon Brannen, K. 1, Lake Butler wh ill' .
:. t then come in and let us figureout: not how much, but -11'\i, \U at this writing.! 12lrt;-Prcd Adelhert Scott, Starke wh aim ':'\( Jones, Lake Butler col I (1"":..
I J. F. Williams and wife returned' I S7i'':'-Touts Johnson R. 1, Pukes col at4IO Jti3-Amos: Arthur Grimes Brooker wh .: '"
I HOW LITTLE a good shed will cost you.: : hoim :Monday after spending a week '7J": : --.limes (Chnrli Ginn, R.I. Lulu wh mall Ilrt-:Murray Thomas. Dukes wh 'i'11,.!

with their parents Mr. W R. Will 'Hi- Henry Wnrdlnw< Stare) col altl2 -'-Ra: >mond Arthur Ritch Lulu wh .,: ;
t II | li: m-, whose wife and daughter Ida 15'2-George! Brvson, col] aim 195--Carl DeWitt Crawford R.I. L. Butler wh . ;'
171--I.oonard Warren Crosby, Brooker wh allll I I Lake Butler whwh .
21-r.ncy: Hunter, .
hale
1 11 .
but improving
I i-n very, are rapidly lri"iT:; Brook ip" Mi.el'y: < Stnrke wh
al4n 2(15( Lake Butler
-Ilarley Ozias Varnes '.j S
:.if' -John Brnntnn, Drooker col all If! 1 :*')-wlho, Rhoden Ptnrke w.,hi .1.\":
QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO I I I M7: .I'evi Singli, t t.n, Starke col al 1 n72> -- .Tesse .1. JI'lIingH.l., Lake Butler '; . ..
|I'O-''s'cott Alvarez "
LVWTHVLavvtiv. : Starke wh it141S 087-Alex Cook Hampton I ;
117-:! P.obertI..t: h..w (Crawford I.nwtey wh al 111 .1-Johnnie buries Prince Snpp c ',:
V' V| I '. Nov. 1.=The four childrenof tnt 7- chiusJorgan: Alvarez Raiford wh ull'iO) oDuncan Arnold :McCraney Raiford w''

I Headquarters For Building Material' ?[g :Mr md :Mrs. J. II. Moore of East 1 ",71IathIillarl: : Crosby, R. 2, Starke wh nll'l: 10-Moses A. Blackwelder, R. 1, L. Butler vih. .,-: .

3 I I I I.awte\ who were confined to bed with 720-James Drantly. R 1. Lake Butler'h all 1.2: lt/: !)r-John Oliver Thomas R. 3, Lake Dut er'h I" :
; II influenza have recovered 10(1( -Commodore D. Crawford R. B, Dukes wh al 1V1: h77-Daniel Jackson Nettles' R. l, L. ,; "
sufficiently
G I I 12ii5--Jos. Williams Andrervvs, Jr., Starke wh aim: I l"iO-.Toaeph Altman Starke wh n>r ,
'I to enable them to be out again and the ; *
| 1412-Val Browning, Starke wh col at {
I a455 2r;3-Moses S. Hallback Lake Butler ;
II I community is thankful that none of f!>0-;Manning L. Smith R. 2, Lake Butler wh nlli'l' 851; -George Williams, Lawtey col a15! |

l - -- _ ._ these cases ended seriously. 803-Harvey Thomas, Raiford col al4;>7 1 U9-Erneat Brown Starke col I5'l





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