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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
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Publication Date: March 7, 1919
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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MRS. PORTER B. JOHNS SUICIDES LAWTEY COUNTY: COMMISSIONERS;\ : ; IN !I LAKE BUTLER I Is"SCHOOL; HOARD IN KEC.ULAIt; : I IIAMPTON l
NEAR PLANT:' CITY I REGULAR SESSION MONDAY :MONTHLY: SESSION: ;MONIIAY\
Lawtey, March 7.-Lawtey can no Lake Butler ;Mar.\ 7.-Wilmer Cole- I Hampton[ :Mar. 7.-:Mrs. 11. C. Peel
1 Formerly Miss Mamie\ Wester, of Rai- longer be looked upon as a dry town- County Agricultural Agent Will Be man spent Friday Saturday and Sun- A. \'. Long and 1-:. S. 1ltJuht'wlI1)\ man, of Jacksonville was in our town
ford-Buried Monday on the contrary of late it has been Secured For County day the guest of his sister! Mrs Roberts pointed Trustees Starke District ( Thursday. :Mrs. Peelman Is working
very wet. It would seem that the weather returning to Lake City Monday.Mrs. in the interest of state missions: and
-Justice James D. Smith was called I man has long since held a grtidge The board of county commissionerswas J. D. Alderman and children, The board met in regular session will visit our town again soon.
s to the Hopewell community Sunday { against this city and has decided to called to order by Chairman C. A. of Jacksonville visited !Mrs. Alder- with Messrs. L. C. Powell P. :M. Pad Misses\ Maybelle Byrd and Vina
morning to investigate the death of i get even by pouring cold water on Roberts at 11 o'clock a. m. :March 3rd, I I man's father. and mother :Mr. and Mrs gett and T. H. Pinholster present. Lane, two of Graham's belles, were in
+ Mrs. Mamie Johns wife of Porter B. I all its efforts to progress-nor would 1919, at the court house in Stnrko, j W. C. Townsend, Saturday. Minutes of ''list meeting were read town last week.Mr. .
Johns. Mrs. Johns died about 10 ; the people mind it so much if he would with the following members present: j I :Martin Rimes and son, Oscar, were and approved us road. Haux, naval captain, was recently -
o'clock Saturday night from the effect only moderate the stream, but insteadhe I J. !M. Brownlee, O. V. Brooks, Drew transacting business! in town Tuesday Upon motion Col. A. V. Long and a visitor at the home of J. R.
it was brought otit, of strych- seems to take a special delight in Reddish and James Reynolds morning.Ben Hon. E. S. :Matthews were appointedto Hodges.
nine self-administered. Justice Smith I turning the hose full blast on Lawtey :Minutes of last meeting read and I Dukes of Five :Mile, drove to fill the imexpirt-d term of Col. J. C. The U. S. Civil Service Commission
empaneled a jury, and after hearing and seldom lets up until the streets approved.The Lake Mutter Tuesday. Poppell and L. C. Powell, resigned!, ai will hold an examination at Gaines
witnesses, including the husband and turn into rivers, and the people pile name of E C. Byrd was placed j j Uric and Carrie Belle Brown, of I trustees of Special Tux!: District No. \'iIIfar'h: 22: for the position of
others, a verdict was rendered to the J into their homes like Noah and his upon the pauper roll and. orderer paid 'i Miller, entered! the Lake Butler High :3\, Starke. fourth class' postmaster at Hampton
effect that the deceased came to her family piled into the Ark. $3: per month. School ;Monday. :Moved and carried that special! Tho Woodmen! Circle met Feb. :28th.!
death by poison administered by .her It has rained so heavily and so frequently I The application to continue the employment I :Mrs Hicks has returned to her. home elections be called in the following Th,. attendance was very good, and after
self. of late that farming has been ] of the agricultural agent I in Waldo after a pleasant stay with Special Tax Districts, for tho electionof the routine bUllinfIIMVIIS gone
It was brought out that Mrs. Johns impossible and of course other business for the county was taken up and after ':the :Misses Whitworth and Harrison. trustees and,! the levying of mil'age' : through the following officers\ were
had been brooding .over her conditionfor has suffered in various ways. being fully considered it was ordered! William Brunncn was a business caller NI). 2- Lon pion. Installed! :
some time and had frequently declared I A preacher came forth to preachhe that the appointment of the agent he ] to town Tuesday. No. H-lIl'ookll. (;ullrlinn.frs.: W. T. Saxon.
that she expected to end her was a real live 1 1). D., arrived on I continued as'" per contract with the I I D. Matthews: one of Ocnlu's international No. 14&-Pine Grove Past Guardian Mrs\ W. E. \Middle,
life. Relatives and friends, however, I the midnight train Saturday loaded former agent C. D. Gunn. j I I Harvester's foremost :No. 1<>-Rising. ton.
1 did not have the slightest idea that I I fcith hot shot for the Centenary, but I The application to raise the monthly ; salesmen was in town this week. During No. 17-Bout Drain. A.lvlsl'r.lrll.: W. L. Bugg. 1
she! would do this, and her death was'i not a shot was fired, for the weatherman allowance of Lee Crosby, pauper, was | his stay here he was tho guest of No. 10-Uradford. Chaplain, Mrs.: D. W. Moore.
a great shock to everyone in the community said "no" and that settled it. I upon motion and second laid over and the Edgar lintel No. :2'J-Guilford.; Attendant Mrs. P. B. Hunt.
I The 'last seen of the celebrated D. referred to Commissioner C. A. Roberts I Mr.\ and Mrs. J. E. l Mayo, of Macon, The returns from l the election! heldin Assistant AU..ndul1t.Ir: !!. Zenobia
iy Mr. and Mrs. Johns were in Plant D. was Sunday afternoon endeavoring for investigation ns to his condition j]I were guests of tho Edgar Hotel this District No. 1. Thoressu were received Kennedy.,
y; City Saturday, spending most of the + to reach the station, dressed in a pairof and report at the regular meeting '' week. nnd canvassed with the follow Clerk, Mrs. H. B. Weost. .
day here, and the young woman was, borrowed top boots, holding his of the board in April. || Dr. J. M. :Mann made a professionaltrip ing result : Banker Mrs W. II. Griffin.
it is said, in jovial spirit, with no indication suit case high in the air-coat tail Petition signed by C. S. Starlingand to Miller Tuesday I Trustee elected] I : r. W. Hinson, G. Outer Sentinel, Mamie Reddish.
t. that she was then consider- too-he waded down the stream (sup others asking for a slight changein j Mrs. E. Mott of Raiford, passed M.: Bennett and A. I.. Sullivan, also Inner Sentinel, Mrs 1'). M. Geiger
ing so tragic an end as came to her a posed to be a street) up to his hips in the public road known as the through town Sunday. three mills were assessed. :I1RI1It't'r.Iiss/ \ Eva Williams, \Mrs.C. .
few hours after she returned home. water. "Where to?" said the station Kingsley lake road so that it will I Mr. und Mrs.\ Farnell, of Jacksonville After thorough discussion it was derided K. Harper, Mrs J, Allen.
Mr. Johns' first intimation that his a ent. "Anywhere", said the strange strike the north line of SW Quarterof are !guests of Mrs. Farnell'a par I to have a committee to help tho Dr. W. E. Middleton will\ ho tho
wife had swallowed the deadly drug looking preacher. (Whose picture we SE Quarter of NE Quarter, Sec. 36, ents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan county superintendent to conduct the camp physician for the ensuing year.
was when she told him, after he had would have had only our reporter be- Tp. 5, S. R. 22 E., and thence E to theNE :Mrs. B. P. Wilson l left !Monday flu ill and mid! term examinations To The many friends of Uev. William
retired Saturday evening, that she had ing English was a little slow) "Any- corner of said land and thence S morning for a few days' visit with her this end tho following were appointedto l Malphurs, of Starke, were made very-
v+'r, swallowed strycnine and that if he where, just so you send me to a dry to intersect with the Kingsley lake laughter Mrs. Clarence Johnson, of aid in this' work: Prof. S. S. Howling sad last Friday morning when news
wanted to do anything for her he town"-the agent sent him to Jack- road. The running of the present | Trenton. Prof. It. II. Terry, Prof. L. L.B'ackhurn. reached here of his death.
'; would have to act quick. This came sonville.Mr. road cuts off the Northeast corner of |I The friends of Ellsworth 'Harper :Mr. and Mrs. !David Jones were vii.s
as a bomb to the husband, but seeing and Mrs. T. J. Terry left last J, :M. Starling's place. After heinA'considl'red will\ be glad to learn that he is on the There being no further business the Ring Mrs, H. Norton of Theressa, last I
I!I a ar;: that his wife was really ill, he did all Saturday in their car, bound for High by the board upon motion sea on his way back home in Lake board adjourned! until the first Monday Saturday.Mrs. .
," possible to relieve her. Everything In Springs on a visit to relatives. Mr. change granted, provided the petitioners I Butler. in April. : J, H, Tolbert has opened up"
i. the way of oils and greases that was Terry returned :Monday and :Mrs. Ter- place same in good traveling Captain H.V.. Purvis, of Marlanna I L. C. POWELL: a fine stock of spring millinery ooels.
I in the house was brought into use, but ry went on by train to Lake City on condition without any expense to the who formerly had charge of the State Attest: Chairman Mrs. D. r.. llugg, of Starke, was it
r. despite his efforts death came a short a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.II. I county. I Prison Farm at Raiford, was in town I i 1ft: l'POPPELI: pleasant visitor to Hampton Friday.
i p while later, before the services of a E. Braddock. Bill for cost in case State of Florida this week I Ij Soe'y and Supt.I William Jones, of Theressa, was attending
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:. physician could be had. Where she I Mr. and !Mrs John P. Wyrick of I vs Ed Duncan was laid! over until next I.j H. W. ]forum has moved his cars to | to business in Hampton Sat-
. secured the poison was not learned. I Terry family fame, are now in Alexandria meeting of the hoar(!. I Lake Butler for a while and he motor- |I KPWOIMH: LEAGUE: ( : SOCIALKev. unlny.
Mrs. Johns was in her tWl'uty-sl'c-j I Va., settling down to enjoy Application of T. N. Kendrick for ,led over to Lulu to work. Loin HewI Prof. Harry Edwards, teacher of i
ond year. She was born a happy married life Capt. Wyrick I recommendation the issuance of i itt hat accepted, a position with Mr. and Mrs. .T. C. Diggs entertained the Brooklyn Hchool, was transacting' .
{ county, Fla., Sept 12, 18)7.! She had j has been mustered out of service and permit to vaccinate hogs In this coun- i I l Borum.I ( the Senior Epworlh: League IInelI" business in Hampton Saturday
been married about five )years and be-1 i has secured a position in Alexandria I ty was taken up, and upon motion and j| J E. :Mnsscy. of Vahi, ntn. Ga., an I few, of their friends Friday even W. A. Brown of llrooker, was a
sides her husband, leaves a little son I j I where the happy couple will makei Second, it was unanimously adoptedand old 1 resident of Lake IVitler, now In \! from right to eleven o'clock: itt visitor to Hampton Sunday _
I' about two years old. I their home. clerk instructed to write proper I charge of the road work of the Southern \, t the homo of Dr. and Mm. A. It. Free .1. (' Terrell, of Jacksonville! visitcd -
I The remains were prepared by Undertaker I Announced as a special attraction authorities in Tallahassee]) of the above 'i Express; Co., was visitor in town man on N. Walnut street., bin. family here !Saturday! and Suridny. .
I C. W. Giddens of Wells & for Sunday at Grace :M. E. Church action and request, that they issue T. : this week. Howls of ,violets the League flower .
Sons Company and shipped to Lakej|I is the coming of C. D. :Mills, a good N. Kendrick the proper permit. I j, W. !M. Overstreet spent, Sunday. and tall vases of graceful yellowjessamine ] The young people of Hamilton met
,, Butler Sunday. From Lake Butter the:i speaker; from Jacksonville. He will j j -Resolution passed by the hoard requesting :Monday and Tuesday with his! family. |I attractively decorated the lit t the. ,home" of Dr. W. I':. MiddletonSaturday ,
casket was carried by private convl'Y-1| speak! both morning and evening and the clerk to. ask authority They left for palutka Thursday morn- | three )'ollm" on the lower, floor" Mutt evening. Quito a number of
ance to Raiford the former home of there will be other attractions in the from State Comptroller to transfer ing. | were used by the nierry-makerH.1 ChnrudeM. interesting! iranion were played after
the deceased where interment was line of special music and the appearance I Xinnn.OO from Fine nail Forfeiture I' Miss Tholmn Schell has returned! to i games and a (lower conlH uhich .chirken rice fund Pickers were
t > made.-Plant City Courier, :March 4th. of three :Methodist! minute men Fund to Road and Bridge Fund. Said her home nfler several weeks' visit I I were ('ollehwl..IIy, : '.... Diggs, assisted served! in great abundance.
Before her marriage :Mrs. Johns at different periods of the day. I money to be returned to said Fine andForfeiture I with relatives in St. Petersburg.II. by Dr. 1"'l'mlln.IrH." K.: K. Perry- Tho out .tP-lown people, who worn
was Miss Mamie Wester, daughter of Mrs. Louis II. Hill entertained, her I II Fund within 00) days. C. Peoples) and dUUJ.'hh'l'lrR.. I man, :Mr. Diirirs and little Mins; LouisaI'iggs : "present were, Nowsoni Wilt the Misses
, Mr. and :Mrs. John Nester, of Raiford.'fi I I Sunday school class! of little tots at i! Board ad (ourned until the first Monday Holder of ;Miller\ motored to Lake and were entered" Into by all of I Unlit, of Floruhorm, It!rs. Tillman
The body was laid, to rest in Sapp her home on Saturday. It was! nn in April. Butler :Monday.. the guests in the jolliest of spirits nnd :Mjss[ Coinns, of Florahnmo.' A
cemetery near Rlliford.onday.: [ afternoon party and there was W. T. WEEKS J. It. Terrell, of Jacksonville, is visiting :MisH Jo'I..r"II'llIlthC'ws: made highest/ I nice time was reported.,
twenty-five present I Clerk. friends, ami relatives this! week. score" in the flower contest and I was Mr. I'.nidley and son. of Jacksonville -
WILLIE ;MILLER Little Louis II. Hill, Jr., acted( the ;Mr.\ Smith> of Baker ('ollnty'IIS in awarded' the pri/.e-a tiny Laplander, ) who represents the. :Minnesota
part of receivinV committee, and it I Jl'DfJE Win. F. MALIMirUS town Tuesday. cunningly dressed.(! \Piano numbers by Shoo ('0., of St. Paul, Minnesota, were
Willie :Stiller' died! at his home east was amusing to see. :Mrs. Hill, assistI :Mrs Math Sapp, of Jacksonville is I ;Mrs.\ \Perrynuin, :Miss Anna Cnnova transacting business in Hampton Saturday -
of Starke Sunday night, Feb Hh. lIe I' ed by several of the mothers, directed Judge Wm. Malphurs: one of Up visiting. : her parents Mr. and! Mrs. and a reading by \Mrs. E.: M. Johns ,
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was born in Stnrke in 18S.' ; and in i the program of amusement for tho most widely known citizens of Bradford Rink Richard. I IEttie were pleasing feature" of the occasion. W. H. Griffin has purchased large
1Q9! he was married to :Miss Etta I'|.I youngsters" and needless to say they I county, died at his home on 8. : Spires entered school hero on I I Last but nut least of this entertainment stock of shoes of the Minnesota Shoo
Ilornshv. who .iirvl-os; Mm. besides all hud a glorious time. After two Thompson street, Starke, at 4 o'clock] ;Monday. | was the serving of dainty: Kiind- ('0. The shipment will be in in a few
f 'h] "' ''r. 1'! a", 'te'.otl.dtohis full hours of rollicking fun the little''' '-'idny morning February 28th after Tuck Tomlin was visitor to town I wiches and licit chocolate by Mrs. days.
wife and children always dutiful to )I folks were ready for the delicious I.. brief illness following]) a stroke of Tuesday.Mrs., Fr'mllll11'14.: L. A. Davis! und \Mrs. Milton Tolbert was the welcome visitor .
his mother and in business matters i feast of refreshments provided, by paralysis.The I Willie Andrews returned, to her I Felix II. Long of :Mr. Edgar: King Sunday, .
he w.as strictly honest. I I their hostess und this completed a funeral was held Saturday home in High Springs Tuesday" evening Over fifty guests enjoyed this delightful The people of Hampton were disappointed
During the two weeks of sickness |,, program! for the entertainment of the morning at 10 o'clock lit the fllmilyrp"idencl' after several I days with Mr. Andrews evening, and !Mrs. Diggs, ai f Sunday' morning when tho
everything was done for him that I|I delighted kiddies, which was a success Rev. F. B. Johns u close father and moth'r.fr.; nnd hostess of the occasion, won the admiration stormy went her prevented the preaching -
willing hands could do but Jesus I j, from start to finish. friend of the deceased for many years I Ii :Mrs. Tom Andrews. of the entire party. services at the Christian church.
+ brushed the troubles and tares from : The church council for the directioni i conducting! the services. The text used Billie Roberts nnd son, :Math were .- - ThC weather was more settled In the
his brow and lifted him to the starry i I the Centenary Campaign in Grace I I by :Mr. Johns was from Second among the callers to Lake Butlerl j I TAYLOIMIOFFMAN I I evening and Brother :McGuiro; delivered -
path that lends to the eternal day. I j jHe I I :M. E. Church has been appointed asj:i Timothy 4th chapter, 7th and 8th :Monday.. I I a fine sermon nt 7: !O.Va lire
was laid to rest in Kingsley' follows: J. i D. Randall chairman ', verses. He paid high tribute to the B..1. Thomas of Five ;Mile) was In I On Thursday afternoon, Feb. 27th glad' to learn that Kev. :McGuIre will
cemetery the funeral being attended i Mrs: J. II. :Moore, secretary, Charles'i' life work of the deceased mentioning town Tuesday morning and while here I Ipurchased :Mr. N. I D. Taylor of Jacksonville, and nerve the church as pastor another
by relatives and friends.'Tis I I. Hess, J. McLcoil, George II. Beuv- 'j especially the long and faithful seer a. long fishing polo. Look i Mrs.I Jennie Maude! I Hoffman[ nee, year.
hard for us to say good-bye. '' era Chna. Sapp. W. II. Burt. :Mrs T.I|I vice as! a minister of the gospel, the out trout. I I Hodges I formerly of Starke, now r.!- The regular imnunl meeting of the
I When >love has bound the heart; I'I'I J. Terry and :Sirs. Alfred Evenden.: j deceased! having been ordained as a, K. Roberts, of Guilford l. was a J>lpa- ,! sidng in Jacksonville, were married at Advisory. board of Hope Hall will heheld
minister in the 1870. lint visitor to Lake : I the county judgo's office of I Duvul
IIIItf..rlonlny.
'Tis hard, so hard to speak the word Rev and ;Mrs. Alfred Evenden left year j nt Hampton March 10, 1919. AHmembers
Must forever ? I| Wednesday morning for Jacksonville i The interment was in Crosby cem- T P. Cason, of Five :Mile, visited! county. Tho ceremony was witnessed of the board are requested
we part I The pall-bearers were: Ac Lake Butler I by Mrs. Taylor's uncle :Mr. Tnte Pow.
etery. Tuesday. be of
Dearest Willie, we do miss thee, I and St. Augustine. Rev. Evenden: has to present JIM riiatters importance -
When Jesus closed the gates of day I j been appointed by Dr. H. C. Wilson, I tive. Mayor C. F. Hoover, F. F. Stump, Rev II. K.: Ridenour( was in Lake I ('II. of Virginia. They will be lit hometo are to l be, transacted.,
; E. K. ], T. :N.' Limbnugh A. S. Butler .. ;\ their friends at 'Jl Ifl i Riverside after
But hand in hand we'll walk together ; of Chicago, to act as District Director Poppell port Monday returning from I :Mr. f':11I11IIn.1: daughter, Miss hells,
j I Crews and J. C. Poppell ; Honorary Providence' where he has been work-I ;\fllrrhth.! .
Where Saviour leads the I I of the centenary campaign in the Sunday stopped at Hampton a few days ago.
our .---way. [ schools. In this connection Mr.: i,! E.: Matthews: J.V.. White. J. C. inns in the Interest of Columbia Col- :Mrs.! Taylor's many friend In thh They were on route from 'Virginia to
JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT I Evenden will speak in South Jacksonville i Poppell and N. D. Wainwright. Music lege. county wish her happiness. Tllmpa.In.1 were the guests of Miss!
Wednesday evening and Perry 1 for the service was furnished by a Angus Bielling! and wife visited relatives Elmo: Bishop whileln our town.
the month of February Justice 'I Avenue Jacksonville Friday evening, quartette composed of :Mrs J. C Pop- in town last week. Edwards: spent Thursday and Friday Mrs. Idella Priest was a welcome
During -
pell Miss Audrey SnE'l1lCrove.fr.: U.P. Groover of Five :Mile) in shopping in Jucksonvil'e.'
of Peace J. C. Poppell tried 30 returning to Lawtey Saturday. Rev. Ralph was visitor at the homes of Mrs. Josephine
I Law and Mr. J. F. Kickliter. town Saturday. W. A. I Dekle, wife and baby, wer"
criminal cases. Of this number 28 i Evenden: will visit other points each Sullivan and :Mrs. J, H Tolbert Sun
convictions were secured, 1 dismissed j i week between Saturdays. Judge Malphurs was born January I. F. Lamb, of Worthington wa a among the callers to Lake Butler Fri- day.
and 1 nolle pressed. The greater percentage I :Mrs. E. D. Sayles left Tuesday fora ; 18, 1841. He was married October 2, pleasant visitor to Lake Butler Satur day. Little Leslie Futch. who li attending .
of these cases were gambling few days' visit with her friend :Mrs. 18fi2 to :Miss! Sallie Fowler, who survives day.Mr. Jennings! Dupreo spent Sunday with school at Lake Butler, visited! his
of assault' and Ott of St. Augustine. him. He was converted in 18rt2, ;\ Cha charges, only one case
James Shepard was transacting business and was ordained to the ministry in his! son, Russell Chastain, of Lake ;Miss Margaret Laurie, of Rodney day.
battery. I in Jacksonville Saturday. 1870. lie was county judge of Bradford Butler, Thursday, leaving Friday for pont several days the guest of MN. D. W. Swindel! who has been in
Constable J. B. Sapp Is doing efficient E.: E. Burney, of Jacksonville was county from 1889 to 1897 and later Jacksonville to visit his son, Wash Winnie Townsond. Fernandina for some time, H spending
.work in the Sixth District in a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. served one term as mayor of who is ill with pneumonia. S. I. Hendrix! visited in Worthington a few days. here this week.T. .
rounding up the law breakers, and 'I Marcus Brown was a visitor to Jack Starke. Until his! health failed hima llomli Dekle spent Friday and Saturday Monday. G. Futch and family, of Lees-
Justice Poppell is impressing the offenders bed- 'I sonville Saturday. few years ago he was very active in with :Marcus Dekle, at Five Arch Proctor made a business tripto burg, have been visiting! his parents, .
that it does not pay to Irvin Norman, of Wateroak was in all things that pertain to the good of ;Miler Sapp Tuesday. ;Mr.\ and :Mrs. W. S. Futch.
brought before him.. Lawtey Saturday. He was enrouteto the community, but his greatest activ- B. Max \Vd.. .nn, of Ocala' spent Sunday On account of the illness of Russell .f. Allen is. very sick at this. writing
Jacksonville.L. ity was perhaps in connection with with his mother, :Mrs. B. P. Wil Chnstain's brother in Jacksonville, the V. R. Prevail was a visitor In our
:MRS.: WEEKS ENTERTAINSMrs. : : entertainment for !Mrs. .
W.1. Over-
minister of the gospel. town last week.
duties .
It. Hi'l' was transacting business! his a a
R. A. Weeks entetained delightfully in Starke the first part of the week During his ministry he organized and. son.Martin: Rimes was a caller)\ in townl.J"nlay. street was postponed, as :Mrs. Chan- .
Tuesday afternoon from :3 :Mr. and ;Mrs.\ Buddie Prevatt of constituted a number of churches and l ; thin was culled! to Jacksonville CEMETERY :NOTICESAll
to 5:30 by giving a silver tea for the I Campville were visiting! relative. in he probably served a larger numberof Albert, Henderson visited relative Dudley' Gilesfiie, of Five Milo, wn
benefit of Methodist: parsonage.The this section last week.A churches as pastor than any other in town last week. in town Saturday. interested persons> are invitedto
reception room was tastefully\ !' telegram was received the first of minister residing 1 in the county. He Mildred Oilespie spent the weekendwith K. L. Davis and wife of Five Mile meet at Pine Grove church' Saturday -
deocrated with spring flowers and the I the week by relatives of Private II. W. was widely known and greatly belovedby her parents at f'lveliIe.: visited Lake Butler Monday. March 8th, to help beautify tho
hostess graciously received and en- j Burney saying that he had arrived the members of the Baptist denomination J. W. Townsend visited Five one Columbus Townsend, Tom Hall and graven of our dead.
tertained quite a crowd of guests dur- from across the pond and was then to which he gave so many :Monday. :Marcus Dekle went after the fish In W. E. THORNTON.
ing the afternoon. :Mrs A. Z. Adkins i I at Camp Mills, N. Y. He will prob- years of his life, and hl%death brings Herbert Priester spent Sunday with Dokle's mill pond Friday afternoon. .
and :Mrs. F. H. Long sang several selections ably be mustered out in a few days. sorrow to a great host of friend his family. Mrs. Sobol, of Gainesville, spent There will be u working at McKinney
and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Several crates of strawberries were Perry Dubose, of Worthington, wa Tuesday with Sam Singer and lam cemetery on March 14th. All la.tere .
i charmingly rendered instrumental shipped from Lawtey last week to local in every way-in attendance, in en- a caller to our burg Saturday. ted be on hand that day.C. .
music. A delicious salad course was markets. A fairly good price was joyment, in accomplishment, in everything Russell Chastain and wife visited ily.T.. J. Dekle and wife visited Mr. and :M. McKINNEY.
served by :Mrs. Weeks assisted by :Mrs. realized. -and the popular young hostess, Wash Chastain in Jacksonville Thursday !Mrs. P. P. Dekle Friday.
J..E. Wilson, Mrs. E. M. Johns and !Our busy reporter Informs us that Mrs. W. II. Edwards, is to be congratulated and Friday. Wash is suffering There will be a cemetery working at
Miss Doria Scott' time fall him to adequately reportthe on her success. And the re from pneumonia after the flu. Hi Max Overstreet spent Sunday and Sapp cemetery March 27th. Every-
Quite a nice sum was realized for Ladies Aid meeting of Grace M. fre.hmentwell, they were Just too many friends wish him/a/ speedy re Monday with his family. body Invited. Dinner on the ground. .
4j the benefit of improvement on the E. church last week. He says it was delicious to take the time to try to covery. Harney Varnes, of Johnstown, wa All who are interested, please come.
parsonage. _ the biggest Aid meeting ever and big describe. Hurrah for the Ladies Aid I Mr*. H. F. Priester and Mill Irene in Lawtey Saturday. 'MRS. B. J. SAPP.

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b $3,000,000 FEDERAL AID FOR state roads are completed.It customerH.Messrs. Tablets ot Aspirin." J. W. Cannon was in our little bur-: :Mrs. H. C. Miss !
4 FLORIDA )w.\unulI.m.iG \ is the policy of the state road : Dennis Argo and Desmond "Bayer Sunday afternoon fred Wimberly and W. M. Wimberlywere
\ --- department to concentrate all effortsfor Dukes visited Five Mile Saturday af American Owned, Entirely t shopping in the metropolis Jlon.\
c' ill Tallahassee, March 1.-In view of !I the present to the completion of ternoon. HIGHLAND day.
i tho large increase in Federal aid for the paving of' the unimproved /gapsin Messrs. L G. and Geo. Johnson and, ;M. F. Johns was a business Usitor
.il :. road construction which will soon bet the two state roads already officially I D. I. Blume joined the fishing league IlIA'hland.Iarch: 7.-:Mrs. Percl- to Baldwin Wednesday
available it will be absolutely necos- designated. These are known officially Saturday afternoon, but the fun was USES OF val Sayward returned Monday after R. L. Black of Gainesville, was hereon
It sail for the Florida legislature, at us Hood No.1. and !toad NT- -. over. a few days visit with relatives in business Wednesday.
.'1: the session to eonvene April 8, this of the state road system. Koad No. 1 I D. I. Blume and Goo. Johnson were Jacksonville Messrs. J. S. Johnson, L. M. Burton
r ', year, to provide funds for meeting; I extends from Pcnsacola to Jacksonville visitors to Worthington Saturday. Mr. P. V. Owens spent Saturdayin II. A. Owen and W. M. Wimberlymll
b a, a the apportionment for Florida. Road No. :2 extends from tho Oren and Kirke Dekle were guestsof Law tey. <1e a business trip to Lawtey Fri-
I The Dunkhead amendment, which I Georgia; state line in Hamilton county, Dana Dukes Saturday night and "Buyer Buy only :Mrs T E. Englebretsen and Miss day.
4 has passed congress and will becomea near Jennings to Fort Myers, on the Sunday Cross" eo "Bayer" Rosie Wilkinson were shopping in Mrs. Dave Lang; Mrs L. W. Wilkinson
a law provides that the state of lower Gulf const. Miss Mabel Johnson left Sunday fora on genuine '". Starke :Monday and Miss! Irene Wilkinson were
Florida shall have approximately $::1.1 Federal aid projects for construc- visit to relatives in Baker county. T. II. A. Owen went to Hawthorne visitors to Starke Tuesday
r 0(10,000( for road construction during tion of nearly all uncompleted gaps T. J. Dokle and Bans, J. E., Romeo Saturday for a few days visit with Riley Johns visited relatives at
the next three years; that is, the in each of these roads have been sub- and Nelson, called on I1. P. Dekle on his family there. Baldwin Sunday.
., three fiscal years beginning July 1, mitted to the secretary of agricul Sunday afternoon. \\SPIRIN :Mrs. B. B. Padgett visited her sister Leslie Griffis spent Saturday night!
k 1919 1020 and 1 1921. ture rm>r approval and on Road No. 1 Elder M. O. Touctiton of Georgia, I :Mrs. R. W. Mosely at Starke Tuesday and Sunday at his home at Maxville.Dr. .
+ The present Federal aid road law the following have been approved: clime over to fill his regular appointment I ? G. W. Brown and Marcus Brown
. it, provided n total of only $R;toOOO for Ukuloosu county, (work completed), at Bethany Primitive Baptist :Miss i Mamie Prescott was the guestof were business visitors here Wednesday -
f\ a five-year period und the Florida Holmes county, Apalachicola river church March 1st and 2ml but owing relatives at Starke Tuesday. and: Thursday.
'' legislature of 1917 made provision I !bridge and Madison county. Others to the inclement weather no serviceswere Aspirin I. the trt'lo' mark *f Tlny'f lfanufaa-i I Mr.[ Newton Sounders was a business Messrs. D. M. Knight and W. V.
to moot the apportionment for only pending include projects in Escamhia.I held Sunday.M. tore of Muuiiaitllciudcjtcr of Sallcyllc.dPassports visitor to Jacksonville Saturdayand Polk left for their home at Lake Butler -
r , three years of the five-year period I i::anta( Rosa, Jackson, Suwunee: Coluniblu M. Hale gave a pinder popping from Misery Sunday and Fort White Saturday.
' t i' Even if the Rnnkhoud amendment had I linker Nassau nail Duval Friday evening, which was well attended I
7e not passed, the legislature must: this '. counties. On the north and south and a enjoyable time reported.l Out of Pain to Comfort.For .
f I year, provide for meeting the Federal road, known us Road No. 2, Federal Following,: is n list. of the guests:
k{ ,. aid/ already apportioned to this 'I'' aid, projects have been approved for Misses Cannon, Kate Roberta, Vir- Headache Colds A GUARANTEED TIRE PRICEDAS
for the two fiscal beginning I Hamilton Alachua O.sceola and Du1
t r state years gie and Myrtle Rodg"rsIac: Scaft", Neuralgia Grippe
July 1, 1011)), and 19UO.:! The apportionment 1 Soto counties and projects are pending belle and Mae Dukes Mesclamos Roberts Influenza! Colds CHEAP AS A SECOND
o for 1919 amounts to II for Columbia Marion and Orange I Thornton, SealF and Brown; Earache
$320,000 und the apportionment for I counties. Other projects are now be- Messrs. Eb. Thornton, Eben: Rodgers: Toothache Neuritis Keystone 'Tires
) 1920! will amount to approximately ing prepared) for submission: as soon Scuff, Fred l, Lucian and Marvin 1 laxen Gum Pain Lame BackJointPains

r $275,000. us assurance is given that the state I Leroy Mizelle, Clanton and John LumbagcRheumatism" Guaranteed on a basis of 3500 miles
''J :Mu-t impose Heavier Tax or ,counties can raise the necessary Scaly, Earl und, Desmond Dukes, Dick
To meet tho Federal aid, for road funds to meet the Federal aid to bo Cannon, Ardell Uruwdy Guy Pinhol- rain! Pain! I We have secured the agency for the Keystone Tire and in
construction for the fiscal years beginning requested. I i strr, Dewey Dukes and Lewi.' order to introduce this tire, we will sell them at prices stated
>s r July 1, Wll1.! 1917 and lOtS!) R. J. Thomas was transacting business Adults-Take one or two below, saving you about onethird on a standard brand fully
f' 4 tho legislature of 1917 enacted, a law NKW: KIVKIl: in Worthington Friday "Dayer Tablets of Aspirin" guaranteed tire.KEVSTONE '
c- authorizing u special levy of one- Mrs.: I 1). I. Blume and :Miss Ida spent anytime with water. If neces-
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TIRES Altf MADE ONLY! IN NON-SKID S1VLE
hulf of one mill on nil taxable' property New Kiver. Mar. 7,-W. M. I'nrker Sunday afternoon with Mrs. P. P. Dekle. times
I' f within the states Based upon the spent the week-end with homcfolks i in i sary, repeat dose three a 30x3 $12.75 34x4 $28.20
assessed valuation for th,' ;year 1918! Lake Butler. I :Messrs. Gco. Johnson, Dennis! Argo day, after meals. 30x3 1-2 16.75 34x4 1-2 37.50
this would bring in approximately :Miss O/.ena, Melvin spent Saturdayand and Jas. Parrish spent Sunday evening 32x3 1-2 19.30 35x4 1-2 39.20
( $17.;;,000, but as the state must meet Sunday in Lake Uutlcr. with Mr.' P. P. Dekle. Always insist upon 31x4 25.70 36x4 1-2 39.80
I h the Federal aid apportionment dollar Quite a number of the young folkenjoyed :Mrs. Amanda" Gainey returned Saturday "Bayer TableU of Aspirin." 32x4 26.25 35x5 44.80
for dollar, this would leave a deficit the minstrel at Luke Bull'r.The from an extended. visit with 33x4
27.50 37x5 47.40
dM1 I / for the coming fiscal> year beginning crowd consisted of Misses Nellie relatives at Rodman. Quick Relief-with Safety!
/ \I I July 1, 1919. Thomas Tulitha and C/.en-i Melvin, Alfred Thomas visited his parents, Keystone Tires are guaranteed against defects in material
J The Federal ,aid road law provides Messrs. Ben Kerce, James and I low- Mr. and :Mrs. II. J. Thomas one day 20 ovnt package,. also larger sizes. and workmanship. They are guaranteed to be first quality
,, that all work upon which Federal aid urd Thomas.! last week. The original worU famous hM..ts.Hoberts tires and to give you the service you can reasonably expect
''' it! is expended tho supervision of the fctate road\ 1 departments Saturday night with an honorable discharge itor here :Monday Inman Harrison motored to Tire prove defective, we will make an adjustment basedon
of the respective states. from, the army. lie has been Lake Butler Tuesday evening to at- 3500 miles service.
tend the show.
Counties and districts are not recognized in France for the past eleven months. DUKES
and all funds, provided by such We are glad to welcome! him back. John Thornton, of I Kaiford, is visiting Terms cash or C. O. D. AH prices f.o.b. Jacksonville. All
subdivision must be handled by the his brother, Ebb. of near here tires shipped day order received.
e' Mrs. Claude! Brown, of !Sampson, Dukes, Mar. 7.-Elder J. R. Dukes
state road department. ill visiting her sister Mrs Percy Phil and son, J. M., were business visitors this week NEWMAN BAG & BURLAP CO. Tire
Tf Florida. is to receive the $3,000-: lo Stnrko Thursday.Mr. Dr. Carufoot and R. B. Roberta took Dept.

000 to be apportioned to this state under ips.P.. M. Padgett of Lake Duller was and :Mrs. A. M. Thomas are receiving advantage of the :2Kth! and went bird 1305.1313 W. Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla.
si t the Bankhead amendment pro- in our town Saturday evening. congratulations upon the arrival hunting, it being the last bird day.
' vision must bo made for meeting tha :Mrs.' E.': C. Williams received a letter of a fine boy born :March 1st. R. W. McLeod has been very sick Reference Barnett National Bank. Write us for prices on
apportionment! with a like amount from Pvt. Ernest. Williams inXYance :Miss Bernice NesSmith returnedto this past week. any bags you wish to buy or sell. 2-2 8.4
1 of funds to bo expended, under the Rtatinhe/ expected to be homein her home Sunday after a two- J. C. Kelley was in our town Saturday -
supervision and control of the state a short while weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. S.M. i''
road 1 department :Mrs. B. F. Kenfroe who has been : Dukes. Mark Reeves who has been away' -
r What Will Legislature Do) About It? sick for several weeks, is slowly im Messrs. P. J. and J. B. 1 tiers are for awhile returned here Saturday.
lr' What will the 1919! Ingigualure of J. R. Molt made a business trip to
'i ,, proving.. here at the bedside" of their mother,
Florida do towwards providing. funds -- :Mrs E. B. fliers, who is very ill Lake Butler Monday.Mr. .
J to meet the Federal aid apportionment t'KO-illV LAKE: I II. K. Roberts of Guilford, was attending : Shealy received a telegram i"r '
from his son, Norman, telling of his .: <"
? business here '
to Saturday.Mr. / '-
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,\ At the extraordinary: session of the Crosby Lake, Mar. 7.-We are glad : and :Mrs. Fred McKifight are arrival back to the States again! lie ...,- , ... ,,' . lr
legislature last fall a concurrent! res- to see fair weather again. Wo certainly the proud parents of a line girl, born says he is likely to he home any day of' ,. /--,
now. We, the friends of Nor- .,' '
for the many fl '
olution ;
was adopted provided have had some rainy weather Feb 25th. '
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1 t appointment of n joint committee, of Into. We are sorry to report J. M. Dukes ,, man, welcome him back home again, "i'"," -';,0 .
f '! j ''onHIRtinof/ three members of the Joe Bryant and Ralph Williams on the sick list this week and, hope he after. doing his bit for Uncle Sam.T. "l .A n
.;1 it house and two members of the senate were visiting at the home of P. B, will have u speedy recovery I B. Edwards, wife and little son
, to investigate/ and, report to the regular Bryant !Monday. W. S. Brannen and T II. Douglassof were the pleasant visitors of Wiley
.. C t session in lOW!) ) its recommendations , Tom Stokes and family, of Waldo, near Providence, were business visitors I Willams: Sunday afternoon.Miss : .
Katie Thornton, of Raiford
us to needed legislation for motored to this section Thursday and here Friday.J. is The policy of the Ford Motor Com-
visiting her
brother
Ebb, thisweek.
road improvement. a joint conference ! was accompanied home by !Miss. Louise C. DeLoach, of Ha i ford, spent.
of this committee and the state MrRno. Friday night with his sister, Mrs.\ J. pany to sell its cars for the lowest possi-
road department it was decided torl''omm..n.t Lots of people are fishing nt the R. Dukes All the people that are interestedin
t the ble price consistent with dependable
cemetery working at Elzie's ,
that steps be taken to se- canal these ( ays. Oscar Thomas: of Brooker, was n
ruro a state bond issue for roads. Mrs. Walter Underhill, of Frost business visitor' here Saturday.Mrs. Chapel Cemetery are requested to beprt'Ml'nt quality, is too well known to require
The recommendations: agreed upon proof, writes here of a catfish they : Minnie NesSmith passed Wednesday after second
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Sunday in : y were that the: legislature/ of 1919 caught in Clinch lake, weighing 3C through. here Saturday. cnroute to prepared
adopt u resolution providing for the pounds Luke Butler up. ent conditions, there can be no changein
submission to the qualified electorsof )Junes Sadie Ola and Evie Bryantwere Mrs. G. F. Gainey is here spending awhile the Ford
the state at the general election guests of :Mrs. McRae Saturday. with her brother )I. A. Dukes. prices on cars:
in 1920 a proposed'! amendment to the S :Mrs. R. A. fliers and sons, John andR. 1 HOLDERS OF Runabout $500.00
f constitution of the state said! amendment FIVE MILE: A, are moving to the home of her ![
to provide for the issuance of father! Cupt. Macclenny. We regret!' Touring car 525.00

r .. state bonds for road improvement In Five Mile, !Mar. 7.-Babe Johns and Mrs. Hiers moving from our midst Liberty Bondsyou Coupelett 650.00
nn amount not to exceed 6 per cent :Mrs Lily Andrews, of Five :Mile were but wish for her happiness in her new '
of the total assessed valuation of the married in Starke !Monday. home. I' must sell, deal only with Chassis 475.00

,, I State The bonds. are to be issued by Their many friends wish them a We are sorry to report Mrs. J. R. responsible bankers. We Sedan 775.00
i authority of the state legislature at long and prosperous. life. Dukes us very ill this week. Her are advised to hold! them. If
J future sessions", and in amount us Muster Jesse (3ainey, of Rodman, many friends wish her it kpvedy recov- Truck Chassis 550.00
I t needed, to curry on the construction/ returned, to Five Mile Monday for a ...y. i i Buy and Sell These prices f. o. b. Detroit
of a state system of roads, said roads short visit with relatives and friendi. .
to be paved with permanent material Messrs.! T. J., L. !S., W. A. and J. E. WORTHINGTON I LIBERTY BONDS

I under the supervision of the state Pickle, of Lake Butler spent Wednesday AH issues and DenominationsWrite FORD GARAGE
road department.All in Five :'III Ie. Fishing was. the Worthington March 7.-Miss Aussie -
details as to rate of interest attraction! / and each secured. tt nice, Ware is on the sick list this week. us if interested. I
s sinking/ fund, ('t('.. are to 100 l workedout string. Her many friends wish her able to be TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA A. VV. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors
by the legislature at future "sessions Messrs. M. I.. :McKinney and John out again soon. I
provided the amendment is carried Carroll of Lake Butler Andrew Miss Annie McLeod was a pleasant '), Capital & Surplus $2.000.000) STARKE, FLORIDA
I by u majority vote of the qualified Knight of :Midway, Mr. Pinholster. of )guest of :Miss Ida Williams Saturday I' Mtmbvr I Federal I RttterMSytlvm
tI electors. Rrooker and D. I. Blume were business afternoon.J. ATLANTA. C\; .
I In n number of stiite: bond 1 issues visitors here Thursday. V. Edwards and George. Parrish "
;. for rnndhuildintf have been authorized :\1"sr8.II.'n and O.sgood Green, were in our town Wednesday looking! --- -- --'

and in a number of others arrangements Ed: Lewis, :Mesdames Green and 1 Alex- after business. ,
: have been and are being. madeto .. son spent Thursday in Five Mile fish- C. :M. Andreu was in our burg Sat-
submit the question to a vote of urday.
I R the people.All ing.J.. N. Oniney, of Lake Butler was Mrs. Surrency of Old Bradford, .
parts of the country realize looking after some cattle here Wednesday went to Lake Butler Saturday.
the necessity of speeding up road and Thursday of last week. :Messrs. Wesley Williams Dennis I Not Measured
construction. All realize that there Jesse Gainey spent Friday in Lake Roberts, Inman Harrison and Harry In
must be n vast improvement in the Butler. Pinkston made a pleasant visit to

type of road surfacing.! The late war :Marcus and Norma Dekle Starke Friday afternoon.Ebb. I
has demonstrated thnt nohting/ but spent Thornton made a business I
Thursday night with their
the very best material should be usedto parents returning trip to Lake Butler Tuesday
withstand the tremendous< increasein to Lake Butler early Friday John Kelley of Melrose is visitinghis I
traffic. morning.! nephew, Wiley Williams this Dollars and CentsThe
t Now that such n large amount of Sheppard Dukes called nt the mill week. I

Federal aid for roads is available Wednesday and Saturday. He says it H. J. Leverett and J. R. :Mott motored
k, prompt action/ is neeesflory to provide i is too wet to work. to Mr. Judge Malphurs, of Alachua
$. the necessary funds with which the :Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. Dekle. :'011'. and county Friday.
same must In met. If counties desireto :Mrs. W. A. Dekle called on :Mrs. P. P. full measure of a bank account i is not merely in the number of dollars and cents
Dr.
roads with I "kle Friday. Curefoot was called to the homeof succeed in getting together. The full
build
n permanent type Wiley Williams Wednesday.Mr. you measure n found in the
i ;' of surface they must take steps to Quite a crowd l spent Friday" afternoon I
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't anionIC with the state road, department fishing in Deklc's mill pond but Surrency who is working in
to take charge of the proposed the fish did, not seem to be hungry.Mr. Jacksonville reached here Saturday. |' HABITS OF THRIFTinculcated
:Messrs.
Wesley Williams Dennis
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improvement if they desire part of : nnd :Mrs. B. F. Gniney calledon 1 i
the Federal aiil money for no Federal :Mrs. I.. G. Johnson after.
Friday
will be | Tho Strong Withstand tile Winter during the time the account
aid provided unless theState noon. Cold Uetter Than the Weak u accumulating. This bank solicits the opportu-

has and 1 supervision the of thn construction :Martin Rimes visited Five Mile on i You must hove Health. Strength and En- nity to co-operate with you in accumulating both the account and the habit.
< expenditure of thefunds. I
durance to tight Colds Grip Influenza. .
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The counties can enter into -
I an agreement with the state' roads : "'. C. Townsend, and Tom I When your blood Is not In a healthy
condition and does
circulate
department whereby the latter will Hall, of Lake Butler! motored over not properly. I
Is unable
your system to withstand the BANK OF
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)i county will pay one-half the coat, :\ and :Mrs. Quinn Toufhton pH.II,1 GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC I
the remaining one-half to be paid by through! Five Mile Saturday to visit -I Fortifies' the System Against: Colds." Grip
the state road department with Federal Mrs. Touchton'j parents: Mr. and' and Influenza by Purifying\ and Enriching FLA.State
aid fund3. This will only apply :Mrs. Brooks. :Mr. Brooks accompanied the Blood. I| .
however to roads that will be declared them home Sunday afternoon. It contains the well-known tonic properties !' and
of Quinine and Iron in form County City DepositoryI
by the department to be state :'Iin. T. P. Cason is sufficiently improved a ;
acceptable to the most delicate stomach, i
x rcnxU. It will not apply to neighborhood for Mr. Cason, the lounge an.lls pleasant to take. You can soon feet 1 I
roads or to latterals until all man, to make short trips among hisHwi its Strengthening.Invigorating Ia tt.: 60c. 1


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}'IUDAY.IAHCn: 7. 1919


f 1\\ "SOU V THE JUBILEE:" til :May 81 The country has been I PAY AND FILE T5irs c1i&TIIAffDU

r divided into ten groups of states

\%' if .jTIIan<1 in hand with its rejoicing over There are ten items in the budget.

':,.,: 1' the ratification of the Federal Amend- Ten National field representatives to i INCOME TAX 'RIGlEYS1IIIIBl

\tf; meet for National Prohibition and inI be sent out. Ten state speakers or I

I''anticipation I$' of the reaching of its multiple in nil\ states, ten being the ,

?: J{} fifty yrsirw of organisation in 192-1: magic number to be used. I BEFORE MAR. 15U. 4D' NARY (;QAILtQ} jVER

the National W. C. T. U. will begin '
'.1 l.
Julfivc year Jubilee program by pt't- TIIEKF.SSAThereasa : : BATS.

[ ting on in March a drive for one mil- I s

lion dollars arid one million members! Mar. 7-:Mrs.: David Jonesof S. Internal Revenue Bureau a".1111111longlasting "('omo said
my baby bntllnftV
from the Hampton, was a visitor here Sun
according to plans given out I
( Gives Warning That Severe Mother Bar, "now tell mo tli& lesson 1i
[National W. C. T. U. Headquarters day.
Mr. and Mrs. II. S Roebuck at- I I you have just
[,hi Evanston, Illinois. Penalties Will Be Enforced. i It'll rn l"I."
At the Jubilee meetings over Rati- tended the school breaking up at Lake I The bats
I'fication' of Prohibition being held Side Friday. They had a fish fry and bnby

i jln almost every city and town in the dinner was served on the grounds. After WOMEN WITHIN LAWS SCOPE;; barsin )t squealed squeaked t and and

; ((United States, the one body receiving' dinner the young folks went up to said ,
tile most glowing tributes is the Woo thfe! home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Collins HOW THEY REPORT INCOMEThe : linvelenrned I"We

Jman's Christian Temperance Union and enjoyed an old fashioned each package. -
I to) bang by our
referred to by the Anti Saloon League dance.S. .
{ Income Tax drive comes to a heels \\ It hour
B. Woodard was a business visitor -
land prohibition workers as "OuiMother" clone on Saturday night, !March 15.: heads) downward.,
( in the temperance work. to the county seat Monday. All payments and returns due on I The biggest / "000,1 I, you
I When the "Crusaders," that hand. Last Friday night about 10 o'clock that date under the provisions of the \ rf I, yJ know your lesson
Iful of while :Mills Batten and son Troy, were r ;
: pioneer temperance women, the
new Revenue Law must be In well little bnbybuttings
went into the trenches in Hillsboro, ''returning home from Crystal Lake, hands of local Internal Revenue Collectors .$ \ I j ; / value in and 1 yon

[Ohio, in 1873, to banish the 'saloons where they had been fishing, they before their offices close that night. \ a must tell me now
Fin that town they faced a' storm of found a large rattlesnake among some The Income Tax Is being collected tomeet '" 3'" [if .n the second lesson
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sneers, and stones, and literally kneltin : bushes. The snake had a rabbit the war expense Every i>erson ,.) 1 ,ffJ.:
the mud to pray. No prophet could charmed and did not pay any attention who shouted\ and tooted his horn on Downward. "\Ve have ,,'
have foreseen that their and : to !Mr. Batten while he secured u called to & nrn.
courage Armistice Day Is now upon \ i. '1 ; oil. to attach ourselves
Sprayers would spread like wild fire : large stick and killed both snake and contribute hM share of the cost, of win you can pos- to fur when
I your fly MO
you
I and their work be the forerunner of : rabbit. The snake had 14 rattles and ning the war. &: \ t\\ T that yon can carry ns along with you

: an organization literally\ encirclingthe I a button. While ::III'. Batten was go- The loKKnrds: and the dodgers will i 1'' sibly buy. until we nre Mg mid strung, enough too i
world. 'ing back to the lake Saturday evening fnce severe !fines und jail sentence liy> ourselves. "
he found another rattlesnake within The Internal Revenue Bureau announces 4i
Following the "Crusaders" in 1971.came "
I "'hll' This I I. xlniply splendid) \ I
'. the formation of the NationalV. fifty yards of where he killed the that Its officers will check nt This Is mngnlllciMitr* said 1 Mother ISiiU

\ C. T. U. which his now grown to one the night before. This one had all up to see that e"'TT'l'rMOn who "What bright/ bats you all lire. You

a body of one-half million members,, nine rattles and a button. I come within the scope of the Income A BENEFIT to teeth know a tiding or two" t
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Satser attended Tux law did his share. +
organized: in every state territory! : ""'9 kilntwn things, don't wOo
and territorial possession!'< including the school breaking up nt Lake Side Where to Pay and File. J : s breath appetite and mother?" askoil HCHNI| lint.

I'liillipine Islands, Hawaii and Porto Friday. Residents of Florida are requiredto ."Yes deer you know two things
Rico, and in more than forty countries -, Tate Kite, of Starke passed thru make their returns and pay their Soon yon will know more."

i of the world. I here one day last week en route to taxes to James M! Cnthcart, Collector digestion.The! "Is It time to go yet?" asked IMtr
Taking a unique motto "For God Smith lake, where he spent a day and of Internal Revenue, Jacksonville, .'111.. Pat.

;' and Home and Native Land" and later night fishing. or to any of his deputy collectors who price Is 5 cents. "Not quite," snit.! Mother Bat
I enlarged to "For God and Home and I:: We have been having plenty of rain are now doing free advisory work on "Then won't you. tell me a ctoryr

,: Every Land" the W. C. T. U. early for the past week. People living on Income Tax.Psymenta. naked\ Betty

established "Departments of Work" low lands are just about drowned out, sent by mall should l>e attached i'y "I will. Indent," Fold 1 the Mother ;
5 covering a "Do Everything Policy" of : some of the farmers cane that ha'. to the returns and should be lathe Unt. #

of its great leader Frances E. Wil- 'been planted had been washed and\ form of (check money order or "{Vi' are ready," the little l>nts) whispered.

i lard, and has laid such a broad foun- I will have to be planted over again draft. Cash! payments by moll are sent So Mother lint Ixgrin."People n

dation for continued service that One of the most enjoyable affairs at the taxpayer's risk of IUMS. ) ," she sold "nren't fond, of'

stupendous activities are made obligatory which has occured at Thcressa was If you are nnnble to make your re- They bats Why, I rmi't tell yon. We don'tdo !

"' for the next decade, although Friday night when :Mr. and :Mrs. S. B.YVoodurd turn personally because of Illness, Absence them any linrni. Wo nrn quiet and

one great objective has been reached entertained a large number I or Incapacity an agent or legalrepresentative plfiiannt little rreiitures andvo 1 "

' through! the ratification of the Fed of their friends with a chicken pilau may make your return.If haven't nearly the, number of bud hnb-

feral Amendment for National Prohi- supper and dance. Needless to say I there are any doubtful points us 11 Flavor Its hey accuse us of. And BO I
to Items of Income or allowable
: there was a large crowd present and your
1 [bition. think I shall tell yam a truism Htory-n
There is no suggestion or thought : all report a jolly good time. deductions yon should get In touch at little history about ourselves Instead

II that the work of the organization is I M.. W. Lee of Lake Side, was in our once with a Revenue officer or a tanker 1 4 (>f II innke-bellevo Btory, "h?"

| over, and in their Jubilee program burg Monday on business for aclrlce. Lasts I.veanto And nil the llttl.. bills whispered :

J plans are being made which will cover Mrs Elbert Sibley has \been on the : Women Pay Tax. "You, a trim story nil about us,
[ the world. 'sick list ,the past week. We are gladto I Women are subject to all the requirements 1,1'JlHI'"

l' The budget will furnish money for : report that she f in very much improved of the Income Tax. Whether f "People. ," runt lnnsl Mother lint,

work always emphasized by the or- 1 at this writing! single or married woman's In'olllutrom "think. we hove imllilng In tln>, world
Misses: Dora\ and :Maude :McEwen nil sources must be coiiHlilerod. 1 to do but .
[ gunizution and especially needed now to fly Intu Ilielr ho Ir, They
I of Lake/ Side, attended, the party at If unmarried, or If living spurt from I
( in the reconstruction and\ stabilized over lip their bends" ) when they see
t period. Child Welfare $150,000, S. I!. Woodard Friday night) her htiNhHiul, she must mnke her return I II..II. us." 1
for 1013 It her net Income was $tMKJ\) :
| Health and Morality\ $100,000, Americanization I n.\1.: King, of Jacksonville, spent I ""'1"1'0 .did they get mii-li nn l Men,

$:!OOOOO, Women in In- Saturday night and Sunday here with ir over. Mother. P.nt" usked Mi-HNle" lint.
If nuirrled and 1 living with her liu
dustry $30,000: Education and Information his family. "You dour loves the
son t. that In
; $;)f)0.( () World Prohibition ;Miss Bertha !Sloan of Sampson City ;; band the her hiiHlmill's Income must In rietermlnlni.-I be cnnxiilcreilwith I h><'' 1 K.: o. PAINTHK Fiirnij/jn: { : OII'g1NY.Inekr.onvilia. () night-limn: we IMIII son (|iilt(> clearly

|. and Washington ip>0.000, Equipment I aU"nI..rthe\ party hero Friday night.Messrs. llnlilllty for a rvturn. Their joint Income I'MoritlaI'Vrriliers. ii-< the.. owls and other, wish blnH run.

and Repairs .20,000, Field l Service K. A. C'.reen, Alva Saxon less the credit,I alloweil U.v Inw,, In the diivllmo Wo ""'I'P. That! I Is

u .10,000(), Administration $70,000.A Cyril ;Mnnlre, Jerry Keen of Hampton I Is subject' to normal' lux The, \rlfenet -. Insei-i">|ii| > urn n\\ 111",. Hut nt nlulit
I
big program is planned to assist Cleveland Leo, of Luke Woodard'si Side, nttcntlcd I I Income Is roiiMlderoil. separately In For ,llnrly '. i'i vvr luivr I be.n inanufaciuring' fen'hrrr'. ,in ilm SLLtrwe i have sa"Ii.CII"/ llii'V, are .r"11" going: to "<'..1111 the 111111I'|
in World Prohibition and to send to the party at S. 11. compntlriK/ tiny surtax that limy. he due, inrr lime with thrlr/ wlniluwH wldoi

thc moro than forty foreign countries : home Friday night. I lluhham,! and wife tile jointly, ns n Floridrire, i"|H'U nml thi-lr. lights: tiirniMl, on.
.
'' al... .
i. line with ,
:Messr: n"nry'ar,\ and R. CJooilgi", < federated since 1881, in the World'sW. rule. If the husband' ,does not Include "They have' light at night, Ino--not

C. T. U., great women lenders to of Sampson City, were visitors hereFriday : his" wife's Income In his return tae sunlight IIr'II""t" light. fluid

give the gospel! of total abstinenceand night. I wife iiuist file n separate' rctxiru. j b.V 1> ""111(' of these" KIIIIIK IOOple. . fll'C-!

prohibition. Australia, New Zealand Mr.: and Mrs; John Driggers and Severe Pena Itfea. \V.cirry all l-nJinj aril standard varieties of seed which have tile light;) nml,, sal sligbt: and iainpllglit
and Scotland, now in the midst : his mother, of West Palm Bench, have I and, cninllo IIltht.I .
The Revenue I.nw Ij'-in testcJ mJ known to be best adapted to our soil and climate.
of nation wide, campaigns are look- moved to our little town. We welcome] new places' Severnpenalties ".\ \\IIY they hnvo to lmvi light

ing for help to the United States W. them to our miilst., I' on a person who fu II. to New Crop Corn, Sorghum, Millet, Rape, Texas Seeded I when/ I 11..y0:0. to bed' I Fiiney how Btllldl -
C. T. U. Chinn, Japan India South Our Sunday school wns not well at- make return on time, refuses to tUB ke Ribbon Wheat Peas Onion JUlltImnttllll'
return or renders a fraudulent return Cane, Egyptian English |> I They! like to nee by light !
\ afternoon account
America and Cuba have asked fornE'lp tl'nll..rSunlay on
!I"
of the rainy wonthor. For fill.. !In re to make return and, )pnj tax: Sets, Beans, etc, etc
against the threatened invasion .
And nil tinItttlo batsIiouk theIr
by liquor interests driven from theUnitel I ;Mrs. S. H. Wooilard' and children, Is on named time ,M nnd line of 2.>not' morn cent than of' the$1, per!
States The W. C. T. U. in I'''I Percy nnd 'Woodrow spent Thursday! due In nilrled to the U" l'.m"t. Nor We ask that you call on m for any information desired in our I ".lust I hnaglurl""R"tnrtlmrs&:
with volati\i in the Graham section.
Mexico is already circulating! p< tlr refusing wilfully to mnke return 01 line Tins Nature Supply Store. !' ," continued Mother\ Hut,
is
W. A. Jones was visitor to Hampton I
a -
t I'''' : rr I., >dinr
.L for Pulse fraudulent "I ini'inlii-rs of our family huvo
making u or return suppose
Monday.M. Our new Spring Seed and Supply catalogue is ready. Write
with him to the !invasion in
prevent there Is n fine of not exceeding: grown nervniiN. They bnvp gene towards
I'' the republic by American brewers. !. Z. Sullivan was among the visitors for today. ban
llO.fXX and Imprisonment of not exceeding your copy the light. beciiusn It filulit-
Thirty-five W. C. T. U. missionaries: to Stnrkc Moml.iy. one yen, or, both. eni'il In-ill t no, and tln" >n t they 1m vogonrj
have been commissioned by the J. V Jones, of Hampton, was a visitor Into t t tlioio, ,, I Ihcht.,1 ronniH. -quite,
Farmers' Income Taxable.
i, World's Organization nonce 1891 here Friday night : Quito by MlHtnko nnd from nervoiineHS I s
t whE'nIrs.. ;glary Clement Leavitt of :Miss: Orrio King left :Monday: for Every farmer nod ranehtnsn who Qra r., a 4 k rt They cnn't neo when they get
her home nt Brooklyn where she willspend had a fair or a Rood year In 1918! must 0
Boston completed her seven hear pilgrimage 1 In there. And| If p<'lllle would I only/
as the pioneer, representative a few lnyg with her mother. heed the Income Tnx this year. He !h r p'a turn out tbdr Lights and try lo In-lp

of the W. C. T. U. The work of Arthur Bennett, Ben: Hull, Henry must consider nil his. Income as tax our fiirnlly out. ,, IiiNtend, nf trying to
able. He Is entitled to deduct from
these temperance missionaries and, and Samuel Wooilurd enjoyed! II littlefish frighten: them out by chiixlng' I themwlion
his Income all amounts expemlei) l
gross )
in than forty Cry on Crystal lake Monday night. sl"'eE h cnn't where
organizations more bey( see they are
countries give the W. C. T. U. a foothold C. "'. Godwin, of Waldo, was a business farm In carrying iniichlnery on his, farm farm.buildings The cost flnlImlrOvl'rn..nls of OLDEST m1 TN 5 I gate"I j

in the work of world prohibition visitor here 'Ionday| afternoon. be deducted.The r ? "I'eoplo don't Hi-em to underntnnd
cnnnot : ire QN
ESTABLISHED S:eu ; /
held by no other organization, andit The nice warm weather which we cost of live stork, either for reRiile r i.. WHITE fOR CATALOG & I rt ,. S'+ what n nervniis. family wo ore 1 And

is a well known fact that the interest are having: now i is being, much appreciated ' or for hreeillnic purpoHes, Ix also WELD LY PRICE LIST I HOUSE IN FLORIDAt mgt thrum they. think we're going In get In

and sentiment of the women of a by the farmers.. of this section regarded as Intetttment. their fmlr ntnl make It all unnrly. If
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must be secured before any i in their hair It
country Overtime we ever did (get railxbt
and Bonuses.
Taxed.
great reform can be accomplished. POK THK i: CIIILDUF.N':: 4: 1.pT I would bo born e we couldn't. "'''0 where
The W. C. T. U. will have a distinct Too much care cannot be exercised Salary and wage earners must COnelder nOnly we were KOII| ( and got much frl hti-ii-

contribution to the work of"Americanization In selecting/ a cough medicine for the as taxable' every Hem reeeivedfrom -- ,'.1'l I And If ever any member of our
children. It should lie I pleasant to emplojers and fro"i otherarnrres. I
this Jub-
and through: Bonuses And ovcrlune pay One Queea. No Worms In a lleallliy ChildAll fatally actually
ilee Fund will put into fifty foreign take contain no harmful drug and A New York jndne thnt whena with have illil. ever J get Into
ire to he reported as well as the regular says chlilri! trouhl'd worm an un
speaking centers paid workers, who most effectual in curing their coughs payments.Allowances. wife takes money from her nnhnnd's *- hnalihy colnr.which Indlr.... jxx.r blwal "n.I.. m I, a person's hair I
with volunteer helpers, will work and colds.l Long experience has shown pocket hi In entitled to a 00 nil.. there U more or less niomaih dlH'urliaiiii would like to lien r
for Losses, .ROVE 'S TASTELESS chill TO.1I1".n.. : rdtuUrlv
that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
,, among the homes of the foreign bo/n, per Pent drnwbnrk Of course he 1.. 'I for two or three weeks will enrkh the bliMxl lair I of It, nnd I would
Losses sustained In 1911 nnd not
combining the teaching! of English to meet these conditions. It it a favo- but what does that "I'ove' Does he prove the digestion and act ail a G.nnral StrnnditenlnflToolc like to tell that
the mother and the care of the child, rite with many mothers.-Adv. covered by Insurance are d..lllrtlhlelI..m. get It? One nt a time. Keiitlemen, to tha whulfl.,...m. Nature will the'. person that It KIM
If Incurred In the taxpayer'atruain.sv throw off or dispel!the wurnM.and the Child wlit!! I.
with the education against the use of or trade. In transaction ono at a time.-Washington Herald. In perfect health Pleasant la take. (Oo p.T Imttl not becnunn of the ?

even the home made liquors thus LEMONS WHITEN AND undertaken for profit any or arising from . .. I I -" -- - desire,' to do so but

bringing a contentedness with American BEAUTIFY THE SKIN :, Ire!. storm shipwreck or other casu- i I I Half Your Living becaua of nerve
Prohibition.The The Great onsneaa and blindness
from theft.
city or
W. C. T. U..realizes that Scientific J' I Without Money CostWe ,

Temperance education must be Make This Beauty Lotion' . . . "So we mast t
. . . . Influenza Tornado : all\ at a dangnr point. On
continued for years to come a.nd propaganda Cheaply For Your Face, the use are of good common sense In our try to stay away ( Iv1'

will be disseminated that I SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY I. 1919 farm and garden operations depends from lighted .
Arms Neck and Hands. I
will insure the retaining of the prohibition INCOME TAX PAYER. j 3:{ Is About Spent prosperity or our"going broke." rooms and people Chstlng Us Out

laws. Even at present high prlg e. no lUll for they, don't 'In Cruel Fash
No other organization is termed At the cost of a small Jar of ordinary WaanlnttOD. D. O. "The i Hut In its wake countless thousands can plant all or nearly all cotton, buy Hkv us. We'ra ion."

"organized mother love" and child cold cream one can prepare a full rights of ill persons sow flllng i are left liotleas, coroless, weak and I food and grain at present prices from timid little crea-

a welfare work will involve co-operation quarter pint of the most wonderful lemon Income Tax returns are amply I emaciated.. The physical forts of its supply merchant on credit and make totes and wouldn't' hurt people l for
skin softener I Food and grain. are higher In ,
with the program given out by the and complexion protected by provisions for victims have been battered to pieces. money. cotton : worlda. nut r>b. If only they would
than Are present
government, with added moral education beautifier, by squeezing the juice of abatements, refund and appeals Nature needs assistance in rebuilding I proportion help us gut nut of thvlr room summer

and protection for children. i two: fresh lemons into a battle con- ," says Commissioner [Jail. the system. The red corpuscles in the frlt'ell.It's a time above all other to play night when they are lighted, intend -
three of orchard white
The co-operation of the W. C. T. U. I rare mining:: should be ounces taken to strain the lei C Roper Mood can be restored by taking No. I safe; to produce all possible food. of rhnnlng; in out In cruel fnh-
has already been accepted by the Division ,I juice "Krery person caa bo sure of 101 Tonic. This Tonic contaisn iron grain and forage supplies on your own lon with awful t.rnomaUrks Oh !I"
fine cloth lemon
of Woman's Work United through; a 10 no pulp a square deaL No person Is expected which we all\ know make. rich blood; acres ; to cut down the store bllL And poor Molhcr Hat (rhlrered.
States Department of Labor and in gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh to pay more than his it also contains quinine which drives A good. piece of garden ground. nut the chllilrtm promlixvl her they
I I
for months. Every woman knows that : Ill la share I determined rightly planted rightly tended and hodliln't
T. U. share of tax. out the malarial and aids would be careful to avoid people \\
germs
twenty states the W. C. cooperates
lemon juice is used to bleach and reI I kept planted> the year round, can be
solely by the amount timid little
understand ,
restoration of the human < nervous
welfare workers greatly in the
with liv
women furnish nearly half
kj, move such blemishes as freckles sat- made to your
sad nature of his net Income for The in this bata and she took them off ou a trip
in factories, industrial plants and department lowness and tan and is the Ideal skin I j system. mairnesit lIng. It will sara you more money
stores. This work includes softener whitener and beantlfler. I 1919. as delved la tke law. No. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the than you made on the best two or with, her. They bung on to ber fur
protection from intoxicating liquors "Abatement petition are dealt a. bowels and rids the system of all\ poisonous l. three acres of cotton you ever irrewtHastings' .! and not one of them I.t got f fDUn't
Just try itl! Get three ounces of
with OPI'II'IIII.dll&Y.! Rwfnnd tells all
1919 Seed nook
and vice for our who ".01. and refuse matter. Begin today
women are white
orchard at store and
any drug will b' nade la every ClUe weeks.At about the right kind of a money ear- Knew It Was Sick.
take it at least two
and
diers in industry" such is provided
a lemons from the and
\ two grocer makeup where too mack tax U erl'Olle- Ing garden and the vegetables to put
for soldiers in camp. a quarter pint of this sweetly (rag. only collected. drug stores. In It. It tell. about the farm crop as Teacher-"Where U the Dead s..r

Every state, Including Alaska, has rant lemon lotion and massage it daily Tie Income Tax I I. .Tw tM The G. B. Williams Co. well and shows you the clear road to roraml_"Don't know, ma'am. Teaob

been given its quota of the one million Into the face, neck, arms aid hands.It . tear l all the way tkro g%." real and regular farm prosperity. fa I ir- "Don't know where the Dead Sea
is marvelous to smoother roach, red Sole Manufacturers Free. Send for it today to H, 0. 'tor. .. Tommle "No ma'am.

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PAGE FOUR IIItADFORO I BOUNTY: TELKttRAIMI; STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, :.MARCH 7, 1919ri




ri Bradford- County Tblcyraph I: -In A Red riangle J-U--OlltOves; eav I The Difference.A I


---- ----------- --. genius COD on more help being a

Published Weehlyand entered us second I genius than n cru:, ,;. nmu can help being IS YOUR LIFE

'" clanri matter at the pint-office at I crazy. It Just happens that when

,;s Stark, Flori'Ja. the f'-nliK does what he rnnxldori a INSURED? '
\ !; smart thing It H Smart ; but when the

1 1t ==-' - poor 'rn'v; : 111:111:' ,hat :: ht.t] b.'st It tumi \.

1. s E. S. M ATI'HEWS, Editor and Owner. % out t ;
I. C. nOHlSO.sII4oclmte::' Editor I REPRESENT THE


Salient. MUTUAL LIFE INS. r

The word salient means ((1) standing .

li M 11910 MARCH 1919 01" prominently conspicuous; CO. OF N. Y., THE .

4 strikIng; us salient features of a Inndsciipe -
1 e11K MUK TY1 TNII IRI Mly. OLDEST COMPANYIN
salient of
; points an argument.

-...-- -:- !- rt (2)) Thrust or bent beyond the general THE U. S.
-
line; projecting ns n salient finale. A .

234678tt salient untie (Is. a convex: ingle, tbut\ t

Is, an angle considered) greater tnun
,
dy ; ,l &; f ;v x rto the "al! of fvo right angles, being JOS. E. WILSONCOLDf.GRIPPUNFlUENZA

I. 91Q 1112131415 measured by nil ore that exceeds a\


I 1617181920 i 2122 x"'tnl-clrclo.


II IIr To Remove the Mote.
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22+L2fu2lL28 29 .L t.> When traveling:: onu t-houM always

,I III s bear In mind that cinders are apt to irr

,II .. lIKADFOKnil. I find their WilY Into the e\o". An eyn( LAN l a

cup a lotion for bathing find a few
I It.
-- Oaxseed, should be Included. In your (CmUIlLILrl
t. .,' Aim7.. ,
: ---Amonir those 1 < .
iq- package.: A nnraclc acid solution till
l b . in StiirUi' TM, ,
trnnsiirtint
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: .11"
: *
1 .
? : he found soothing for eyes'" that lire (in-
day were" c.1.: and W. :M. And,, u. T. I TONIC
/flamed from ,dust\ wind or foreign mut
j;1' D, ICdwaids, and Soorjr'- I'IIII1'h. I ter.
I
C. H. Ni-wsom! arid 1 family wrn1 'h ; + -TIw PopeadaMaPemedy 4uri".11M" tpdwiiCWLLS ( \
truest of :Mr. and, Mrs. C. :M. Amlrcu I i = : ; ;) 'Q 1.: ' K .If. ? b - - .
i'I +
ia i'
''( Saturday afternoon "y1 V + At 'y *" I; .I.IC'f A Tonic Laxative AND fEVfU.t1ALA

blanche: Andreu was the Kuc-it or fe&MY. that will remove the Win? from the Liver and
cleanse.tho System 71IOROCC11LY without griping
:Jli8: Olive linkup Tuesday tnurninir. or disturbing the stomach Is truly a Perfect Lax- !.

;Mr. and ;Mrs! T. II. EMwardx, were I atlve.

: visitorn to lirooker Saturday afti-r- tty i I LAX-FOS WITH! PEPSIN 25 MJ50cr Q( ; No Cure-No P&y

Ii nunr.' % w I Is the name of a Reliable and! Perfect Laxative

I', Mr. PnrriHh, of :Miller, wile visiting __. __...___. l. & dw lwkt is -=-- '""' = digestion Stomach Trouble Gas and Plies caused I
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in
this section Friday. by Torpid Liver!and Constipation. Always me a TLItTROPICAI COOPERATIVE(O.t::)
e C. :'01. A ml rt'U was a recent visitor I Reliable Laxative la the treatment of Colds.Grip

to .Ineksonville. M. C. A. men fixed up duouth/ win., <'Uf' men on the French fr .nt in the bad old days before the and Inlluenza.

t Truhy WilIN wu in our community armistice was Binned, and it became possible for the American veterans to take their recrea Ion out In the I Tonic LAX-FOS Laxntlve WITH excellent PEPSIN In Is a Its Liquid exert Digestive on the

A' Thursday.Miss' . open. Hero In tho dimly lighted underground rooms, refrefthmontB were served and an ."opportunity was System. buth as a tomo and es a Isxative. It Is N. C. OR FLORIDA RUNNER PEANUT -
r.. ; I'arriHh visited her given the boys. to write borne Indoor lotnke.li A I Ruby parents games were played and occasionally some more athletic games such Children like It. SOc. SEED
I""I near Miller during the week-end M boxing. It was even possible sometimes to put on a moving picture. show for the boys In their time off I and recommended. to the publlo by Paris
Mi'dlclne Co. St. l. uli. Mo., manufacturer of
t ;. Saturday wan the day to din cattle from actual trench duty (_.rava'aTAfttelesa_'.! _chill____.Toni:; For immediate acceptance and cash
n unn
I but owing to the weather conditions -- -.--. with order I can furnish the N. C. or


I ' it Thorn wax possible was/ a to mistake dip only in a last few.woeU's SOUTHERN:J AVIATOR SOUTHERN "Y" MAN 'r GIFTS FROM 1 "Y" Copper Copper aiming In the Ancient" ancient Days Hebrews' , cents Florida per Runner pound Seed($1.50 Peanuts per bushel at )Six f.


Uradford items. Tho entertainmentwill was used, In making helmet(, 'pears o. b. Lowell, Fla.

t bn held hero Friday night before DiGS FROM PRISON BLINDEd IN SERVICE DOUGHBOYCorporal find other Implements' of vu r. The expression : 11. T. HALL, LOWELL FL.I.7(5C .

d J the 4th Sunday in ;March..Mrs. HELPED "bow tit .stool" found! In Job: ,
r McDonald) l of Jacksonville
was! Should be rendered "bow; of: rapper"

: in our community Saturday In the interest AND SWIMS RHINE Say. It Will Take Time For Public To Irving Abrahams! of New Copper could nut have 'been ii|'>pled! to : )fIIJt=SII0 1'r

'I', of the Woodmen Circle. While Realize Value Of The Red Triangle York has Just. returned from France. these uses without! Ibo. artisans pas LOWNEY'S: & FULLER'S
here !she was the guest of :Mr. W. :M. r
Just because the Y. M. C. A. sassing( somiforgotfp 'secret fur rendering
11l1rrl'lI.I Casts:' "Y" Work In German Prison Service To American Fighters. I menoverseas FRESH' CANDIESCome : :
: had gone out of their way the metal harder.. and more elastic ,.
I Malcolm Harrcll war in Worthington Camp "Life Saver." While Con. to treat ]him well he took the troubleto than we can tnalco it today |j{:1! To
Saturday morning.
fined At Villingen. make his pit,
way to the Headquarters
P N. (;i. Hayes was in Worthinttton - 1:1 aj] \V. A. BESSENT
4' Saturday. Building of the National War Work Colds! Cause Grip and Influenza ::

tt New York F'b.Lleutenftnt Council, Y. M. C. A., New York City J'IOJ'Jf'lffiUronrg-uHtfUf, fOfli ffmnn!
Little Virgil NVwHom vistied, his LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE: Tablets remove the
grandparents Saturday, and Sunday. Ueoi'Ko 1'uryeur, of Memphis, Tenn., I oIInl found some one on the 9th floor at cause. There is only one "Dromo Quinine."

Headquarters to tell how much he appreciated E. W.GROVE'S sUoature oa box. 30c.
avla'ior trio of hardyAmerican
r lirinkley fllIyes'llIitl',1 his parents. an was om of a chill Tonic
the service of the Red Triangle. drove's Tasteless :
I during! thy week-end.! adventurers who suecoHHful .
were
e ; i I I r----- restores vitality! and energy by purifying and enriching
(!corgi"" I'urrtah was Worthington In a wild! dash for liberty from This Is just a part of what he said: I COFFINS CASKETS j tha bluxl. You can soon feel Strennth-
last
week c
4 the Vllllngen prison camp on October rGASTY "\ returned from France on the eating Invliiuratlnit Effect. Price Sea
:Mrs. C. IT. NewHom wni In our ; | 27th of I And a full line of
January. Have been wounded
community oneday! last week. 6. Sixteen men Hindu the all.'mpt.but .
three llnieM. Am feeling fine but thelIr..t Undertakers' Supplies r-
:Min lilanrho Andreu was on the only Purycnr. Lieutenant Harold rti
'e ; time when we landed, over in Automobile Ileal'.Iwa's ''!'.
nick lint. several ,days of last week Willis of lloHlon, and Naval; LJeuieu- France In
r'' f N. fl. )Hayes( Sr., April 1917 we took the ,\. on hand. The bust serico -
win transacting
ant issues of Portsmouth.. not ollltlon up on Chateau Thierry and COTTONWHILE
the lowest
business in I.uko Butler last week at prices. Special
I'
awny.'or,1 has Just been received\ i the Y. :M. C. A. wan right with us and
;fir i Lacy Wynn of Starko was hero brought attention 1,0 telegraph orders.
at Y. M. C. A. headquarters hero concerning up on the firing line chocolate
w Q Saturday attemling to tho dipping of I
$ ,
n cigarettes, and also pears bis- HOLDING
cuttle. their almost hopeless escapade. Registered Embalmer
.
cult and done the best nnd all be could!
W. J. Ward was in Brooker Satur- .
t ,,1
I I'Cho Just to please the boys
DeWITT C. JONES INSURE WITH
It 1 Uiy.There men brought bark rvuiarkublt And In August when we drove theGermans
was no school Monday on account FJa.
Starke
accounts of Y. :M. C. A. work even at I back he came up under [ II
j of the teacher being tumble togot .
Villi heavy shell fire and brought us the J. R Davis & Co.
'It back owing to the high water, after nl"II. < 8 I game chocolate <,cigarettes and !if the

spending the, week-end nt her The 'V Kent us hooks of all kinds boys didn't have any money he would Piles Cured in 6 to H Days STARKE FLORIDABOOST

home and, even porting !stood*," said. l Lieut. give It to us just. the same. Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls I
Churrh services next :3rd Saturday 1'1I1'y..ur.'e played basketball and 10 cure Itching lilmd. speeding or Protruding .
"And the ,
up on Argonne Forest be ndtantlv relieves Itchlnil Piles and PII'.j
_ 1 p and Sunday. Sunday school every volley ball Incessantly-our space was' t went under heavy shell tire and r .tfnl. flle.r>nficr the fires O1-9I"oIlIlB, you. 'Wk

Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. loo Miiall for baseball and fuolball. I brought up all the candy and chocolate -

Mnbry Harrcll! was in lirooker attending tell you those games were life savers and also "
spoke to the boys to(
to business Friday I (to us, and they kept us la fair physi- send
our money to our mothers and
.
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- cal "
-- condition.
I I which we did and also he told as to
MII.I.ERI It In reported that I'uryear and hiscomrades : send our money home and he will do I your Home State by sendingyour

I -- tdlpprd' out of the camp DeRoy R. Fonvllle. all he can for us, and also the boys of
Miller, Mar 7. U. K. Ilrown through u tunnel under the Ire.
was u w All the Third Division Is .
well Mail
very pleased orders
Florida HouseOur
business visitor to Jacksonville Sat but the three named l were beaded offhifare of the Y. M. C. A. and also thank I to a
New; F..b.So .
urday. they reached (th* river Rhine York unusual was
them ever HO much and also whenwe
:Mrs. (II.( S. Miller\ was called to the but the Intrepid trio swain the rivera the service rendered. by Pelloy n. Fonvllle got relieved from; the Argonne I Service has given us National prominence

I'' bedside of her brother Bullis Hires 'terrible feat In Itself-and l made of Burlington N. C.. In his! Y. ta. woods the Y. :M. C. A. entertained us, .
of Pukes', who died with influenza- their way Into Holland.,
C. A. work overseas that Major General gave us a grand time and we thank t
t
pneumonia Tuesday morning at three L. S. Upton has written him IIp..r..onal the Y. :M. C. A. with our full heart and
o'clock. Her(( mother is very ill nt this we shall I
never forget them
MONEY letter in appreciation of his FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
writing with the same disease. We SENT HOME efforts.! 1 "So I don't see why the fellows\ are I OUR
wish for her
F a speedy'' recovery.Dr. coming back from France '
and
) :Mr. Fonvllle has returned to his kickIng' Everything BOOKS
f .y In this Curefoot community of Worthington xveek.wns BEFORE BIG BATTLEDoughboys home after ten months service with the Y. :M. C. A., and I can speak to ; LEADING .
one day last anybody and ak them I
why arelknocking !
the Y. M. C. A. lie was. with the Fifth they
x, :Miss. Jnnie (Hielling, who has been the Y.I.. C. A." Complete Office Outfitters
teaching ant Johnstown, has returne,1home and Sixth Marines and Ninth and Twen LINES

after completing her term. "Cleaned Pockets" for ty-third Infantry at Chateau Thierry Toys and Athletic Goods

i l'' ;Miller school closed, Th IIrlll"y. Wo Home Folks When Return From Solssons. and St. Mlhlel.\ It was whilehe Red Triangle Man Tells Of

have had Fight Was Uncertain. Y. M. C. was In a trench waiting to serve
a very successful term. :Mrs. A.
I J.:. !Mae\ Jeffries was principal, with Mil Delivered Millions of Dollars the Marines when they "pushed off". Serving At Chateau Thierry I Artists Surveyors.and Draftmen's Materials

I Miss Lottie Stokes, assistant. that a high explosive! shell blew particles ,
Theyare .For Amex. into his. it. I KODACS Photographic Supplies
1 to be commended for their efficient -- of rock eye blinding The Y. M. C. A. has been criticized I I
The name shellfire killed James A.
work. :Mrs. Jeffries
4 home in PeFuniak Springs returned while to Miss her Paris, Feb. ..-The steady tinselflnhness Blrchby, a Y. M. C A. secretary from at because the fighting It was said In the that region it had of no Cha-one Thermos Bottles Safety Razors

Cal. and wounded. another
Stokes of the American soldier, Pasadena ,
returned to her home at Lake Iteau Thierry. The
Butler Thursday. Known by the way he "cleaned his. Bed Triangle worker Thomas W. WI!. C. Bardwell, a New other York day man Ernest came We carry complete stock in all our lines
but. Jr.. of New Britain Conn. '
I One of the heaviest downpours of pocket of money before going Into back from France broken in health,
The letter of appreciation that was
rain fell here that has fell in thivi community action to be sent home If he didn't sent to Mr. Fonvllle by General Upton because of his strenuous work In that Printers, Lithographers Engravers
Sunday morning.The ..region.
come back Is told by W. J. Baker ofPortchester rend follows: "1 have observed your
heavy rains of the past two !Mr. Bardwell Manufacturers of Loose Leaf
was one of a party of System
work ns Y. :M. C. A. representative of
months have prevented the farmers N. Y.. who served eleven
Y. M. C. A.
men who( entered Cha-
e, from preparing his land for enrly months as a Y. :M. C. A. worker with the Ninth; Infantry for some time and dean. Thierry village with supplies at I, .
wish to to appreciationof
convey you my
{r planting the 20th Division. Ida particular. the uncomplaining and soldier-like I ,,10 o'clock on the morning of July 23 TN .6STATONfRYBOoKAN0

y f Mrs. :M. C. Sullivan of Theressa, charge was the third battalion of the manner In which you have undergoneall ;and worked all day and far Into the i

w Is visiting her pnrl'nts.Ir.!\ and :Mrs. 103rd Infantry. lie joined that unit r without the glory that Is attachedto 'night serving the boys who were beat-1
H. C. IVcples.Curl back the
7r the profession of arms. The work ling German counter-attaclts.]
on the St. MlhUl: front went' wltl\ -
/ Brown, who hm been suffering and which you have done had added greatly Tbe last German prisoners, he .said '
Chateau
then to Thierry later ART sroae.
n relapse' from the were taken out of Chateau Thierry all t ___
mumps, Is rapidly, watt In the famous St. :Mlhlel clean-up to the contentment of the men and '
8:30 o'clock the
,. improving. and the drive b..for..r.lun.. thus to the efficiency: of the command : on same morning. i

J. L. and J. S. Brown made a hUIlI.n. "It was just before Hint action began ." 45.49V.. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.

... trip to Gainesville lust week. ," said baker "Hint I Haw the anent ":\Iy experience: gave me an appreciation THE Y. M. C. A. IN FAR EAST I

\V. W. Douglass, of Pnlm..tto.Va example of the characteristic unselfishness of American men and what they .

visiting friend* and relatives here lust of the boy. They 'cleaned! theirpockets' can !go through" Bald. Mr. Fonvllle. j j"Our I The work of the Y.1: C. .\. In :.Maredonla 1
division was a shock unit. It Is rapidly! extending nv."'r the
week I for the folks at home. Th..ykn..w never went! any way but forward. Our m-wly-onened areas, and In thn present |I jl1'1mt,,, ",,.,111,,:,, ,<0" n'''''''>t,,,:>t:,,:,, ":n:";,,." :"''':)(:>tmIf.'fln: MMfJ fJl: It It''"".,.,,1<":)(:BOO
harry Pinkxton, one of Uncle SnmNboys they were going up against thereal
alone captured 12.000) prisoners. State of Pat heavy responsibility. ; il .
division "*
& who had been stationed thing and they winted nil their REPAIRING and
.s nt New.port
"
Those men appreciated the Y..M. volve IIp''n!> ('. \\. Bates. the iccrntiry'n ALTERATIONS
News. V'a.. has received l an honorable money to go home In case they nevercame
,, nt Halonlcn.
understood the difficulties rrn"--i Centres
.: C A. and bare
discharge. lie has returned to back In all. I was entrusted
with In been ned In Serbia
It had to contend getting i'l q} at Vrnnjn
his home near Dukes.J. with 8.000.000 francs upwards of
to the front. 1 have no I Ni-h=" Mona'ilr: and other town, anti
supplies up
fl.BOO.'iflO before that attack. We Now i is the time to make those much
L. Brown was a business visitor complaint\: to make about loving the l 'n' tli,- cnplial' city Belgrade, the Y.

'i? to Lake Butler one day last week. handled, :M.such r. A.fund norvloe through established, the regular !for -l_ht of one eye, that \Is: war but it I M C. A N now established In a good needed repairs. Just 'phone us andwe'
Y.
It. S. :Miller wan a business visitor sending monev from soldiers to relatives bewilder me to have known what II' building. l'f'rclval'hltlf'Y., son of ')) send a carpenter.

( to Pukes lust week. In America." tin of the work of the 'Y' In France I' 'the deputy speaker of the English i, .

IF' "Poo Roberts of Worthington, was Baker lived with his battalion and and then come home to learn of thecrtriclsms house of Commons. Is developing the I IAssociation's

in this community last week.J. being circulated here. I' work In Northern; Hul-' | i
one day the
lively times, as "Yankee QUIGLEY LUMBER &
saw SUPPLY
< believe. that In due time the full appreclatlon > ,aria, while on Turkish soil Mr. How 'r > CO.
S. Howard of Dukes, pasted Plrlslon. as It was called was kepton { '
{ of the Y. :M. C. A.'s work ard Bradley has planted the Red It
through here one day recently the fighting: front almost continu '''''''''''=''' "''It'" "'''
In '1'- '''''''''''''''-A".r''''''''''<='=<==''It,,, .
for victory will be general.\ Triangle Constantinople itseU. '"'''''' ''"" 1mOI

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AltCH: 7, 1919! ItltADFUKI COUNTY TELKCK.UMI. STAHKK; FLORID PAGE FIVE

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i' i THIS TELLS HOW .TOFIGUREJNCOME i 1 SOLDI LETTKK3: 1 -


Dear mother: '

TAX I 1 thought that I was:! coming home I Ii

Bits of LocalInformation f' soon, but now I do not know just i

when I have I
I can KO for I burn trnnsfVrreil

airniii. I am now in the Postal I

JllJs..1 : Squarely Up to Every Individualto Impress; Service I sure have boon over I
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Get Busy by March 15 sumo country the fast" week I passedthrough I

: Konio; of the largest' cities in
t tC..e.A./.. P..1., a..M.s
9 r..._ .. Y. C..tr..i T.1us. or Suffer Penalt'y."Don't Franco. I spout one day and night in


I ,: Paris I am now working in tho American Knight's Millinery

1 1 ,. I wnlt until the flnal due date
Post Office in Treve, Germany. I liko
: March 15th far paying Income I
\ your
Col. D. E. Knight spent Sunday in I U.) C'. Jones, returned home Wedrios-- Tax and making your return. Avoid the work fine. We have n great Mal!

Lake City.C. duy night( from n business trip to At-I the last niluute rush. Any person can more conveniences here than we had I

S III lit". He says that we have .! a I II figure out his liability today as well as in the artillery camp Extends, to You .

L. I'eek has been in ;Miami visiting i mere bucketful of rain compared with he can next week and If there Is any i I suppose the other boys of my A Cordial InvitationTo

his daughter ;Mrs. C. F. Sayles ,I "inn-" parts of Georgia. j I point on which he needs advice: ho can I I old outfit will lie in the States sometime

:._ now get In touch with a Uevcuuo num." about the first of the month. I I Attend the Opening of

Col.! and ;Mrs. D. E. Knight spent See the new Hugs and Window I This word of advice \la from Juinva :: would like to he with them but nevertheless Spring and Summer ;\liIIil1 'ry. i iVVednustiny
I S
Wednesday in Jacksonville.A Scrim at Stump's. M. Cathcart Collector of InternalRevenue I will mnko the best of the .
I March( 12th 1019SUrko I!)
,
Jo'ksun'III.'ho Is collectIng opportunity. I will sec and (learn
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l little girl; was born to ;Mr. and The School and Civic Club will hold the Income Tax In Florida Collector I things thnt the other boys will not Florida!

;Mrs.. Lucy Ritch Thursday of 'last Cnthcnrt Is giving without have the opportunity to. I urn Just as
t its regular meeting Wednesday, ;March
week charge every old of his olllce and, his i ienlllrJt : flit anil lazy us ever. .
I 12th nt ;l o'clock in the Red Cross I
>d] Held force. to help the people i Tell everybody hello tor mo as I
rooms. All members are urged to attend -
;Mr-i T. 1. ;Moore, of Lnwtey, spent get their payments and their returnsIn do not hue I lip time and opportunityto !

Tuesday m Starlte with ;Mrs. A, Z. I>March! t.''lh. write ail the folks nt home. I
I
Adkms.Loui Hut; the Income' Tux men will not I 1 will i-lo-, hoping you good luck
I Auto Oil. SO cent value for :39>>: ,,
u1l8. mid
pull your door-bell or your "1-1 prosperity.

II. Hill, of Lawtey was attending rents-Starke llarware Co. : according to the Collector's announcement I: Win. A. DuliOSR. The Season's Best in

\ to business in Starke Wednesday. -- -- It Is. squarely' up to every Individual I I _
: ;Millinery[ and Notions
el : Mr.\[ and Mrs. Thos. Steele, of :Milwaukee [ to figure out his own enso anti! Dear i\lother- X.

Wis.. were the week-end to Ret: busy If lie comes within the I hILjust cautrht up with1 1i \)' Will tie Shown. +

Home cured meat. J. F. Klckliter: guests of aLi and ;Mrs.[ .\. Fling' They I scope of the new Kcvcnue law. i work and have nothing to do for tho I, .

Did You Earn This Much? next few minutes.
arc touring the !State and, are old-time I
;Mrs Dickens) of Panford. is spending friends! of :Mrs. Flinff. I Every:; unmarried\ person who received !- : \\e sure. have u Rood (I iii(" '. It is a 1

h the week at the home of Col. W. Income averaging $JJ 23: a week large stone building,. It i it General 5t

T. Weeks Special sale on Men and Ladies: during 101S: and every married couple 1I'IIt claitaamnl zclLflalafsmcrttlaBUCKEYE ,

who jointly received Income averaging olliee right over the post olllce. Grn.I .

Sale on Table Oil Cloth, 35: cents nt Spring Shoes nt Cash Department $.'IS.r, ) a week should 1 secure at once I Brown's olllco is here. In fact all the i INCUBATOR

4 Stump's. : Store. from the cart-Hi Ih eputy. Collector or heml of the army is. here. This building'
r
-- tho nearest bank n blunk Form 1CHO A. I is equipped with btonm hent. Our barracks

Miss Vesta Weeks of Jacksonville, That form contains the Information he fire also very good, they are'
Jacksonville
:Mrs. C. W. Liddon of I
spent Sunday with her cou..in.Irs.; will need to nuns <1ownIon.lay; to attend to repairing
I J. E. Wilson. correct net Income and any tax that he two blocks from tho olllce. You sro la III'II'. Don't let your hens waste time.ettltig. '
and putting in order her cottage -
+ on N. Walnut street which will owes the Government.The << we lire'I'y comfortable here. Even; (t5! to (000 egg!: cllpwity.i .
Kickliter's. 2t luw requires that every unmarried though the does' fall
Fresh ,garden: seeds nt snow wo are
be occupied by :'oil'. and :Mrs C. S.Durlini .
\person who had a net Income of warm. I never wits arranged for work
1
s !Mrs. A. C. Crews anti children of ;. $lHHi or over and every married 1 person and comfort better when I wn* al

Williston were (guests of friends in Linseed Oil regular $2.2.: value whose net Income wus $ ,tHHI or home I I.to/ to work n little after ...i"hlo'.Jo.k i QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
over (Including the Income of husbnndor I
Starke this week. in the. morning, quit for noon

for $1.1!)-Starke Hardware( wife and tlu earnings of minor at 11:15:: I;;, KO/ back to work at one and IlcIlClIDommmClWClClDDClClmCiCGI'CCJr.JC, : ) > C1QICICIL'1WDti16101G1CIC1ClGiitQiL Cf001, ''

Our Rig Mne of New Shoes and Co. children If any) must make a returnon off for "supper, at .1:121)::! Wo generally
or before March 15th. And this requirement
arrived tump'... work about one hour after\ supperso a
Slippers today.: ---- does on whetherthe
\ not hinge",
u* to have some time off the following

;Mrs A. Adkins spent Wedn..s-biy ;Miss Kmilie Spink left Wednesday person owes a tax. ,day. Even with all this freedom INSURE WITHJOS.
for her home in Ilunneli being cale'.1h01ll1' !
,
Taxable Income.An .
In Lawtey. the jruest of her cousin, it IH nut like being at home. In
of her
of the illness
;Sirs. T. J. Moore. mother.on account:Miss Jessie Thomas will Individual\ must Include) under' fact-hern we do not realize) that we E. WILSON

now Cross Income all gains, profits and Income nre in the army.
until the end STARKE FLORIDA
tench the fourth
$25 set of buggy harness only $17.50at prude derived I from salaries wages: or We, have good( entertainments nl

Starke Hardware Co. of the termSpecial compensation( for personal service of the Red Cross and the Y. ;M. ('. A. GENERAL INSURANCE

-- -- -- whatever kind and In whatever form 1 mil /going/ to a band concert nt the

Dr. and ;Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson spent price on :Men's' Clot h. paid or from" professions", vocations I Ked Cross", tonight. FIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILEtimi.

)' the week-end with Dr. Totnlincnn's in all kinds, Interest, rent ,dividends..
mother in Dasher Ga. Garments, (Ginghams. and Dress to the Americans. They say
;u or ('' ''tits ,derived from any source that it was the Americans that won
Goods.; Cash Department Store whatever. Very few !Items of Ineomo Ib-r friends, hope >lu- will soon I room house nnd a few hlll'lI"III"'
Mrs II. Tomlinson of Lake Butler, the w nr. They are even more !kin
are eceulpt.Redactions. be tit home in fair .'oil,ditban. See ;Mr., Itronke,
Is spending n while with her daughter : Include ordinary and neoessnry than the French are. A sing was held 1 ) ( nt the home of ;\r.[ .. Slarke, Kin. It.
;Mrs E. H. Poppell..k Mr; and. ;Mrs. .Io business expenses, Interest (poll 1. S. Smith Thursday night. Then.-
spent Sunday in Stnrke having I have not (rot any mail for two
or neerae'n Indebtedness, taxes of was quite) a large crowd present and I LOSTLOST
cents nt come down to attend the unveiling months I do not know how thinifxaie '
Gingham 13: nnd 20 fl" .
and ,
nil\ kinds except Federal Income they hail, an enjoyable time.Tulby - -'- -
: of the monument erected by theVV. nt nt home. I hope mad, reaches -
Stump's.Messrs.. excess: prollts' taxes and, nsHcssini'iitsfor my Norman ix the proud, potmensor Largo white pointer dog with
I O. W. to the memory of his father, ''s )' \ all O. K.'fir/ I have writteiever
-- ----- local bi-nellts lasses actually" sustained of a beautiful army horse whichhe liver. colored ears Kinder p'oasonotify '

: . 1) E. Knight and J. C. Pop- R. P. :Mattox.If debts, nsci-rlalned to he worthless few. days. bought of I Drew Alt a rex. lir. J. I 1'. Tomlinson. It.

t pell Rp<,"tlol1.lay: in New River on and depreciation on buildings, , innchlnery Your "'son In !spite of the "rains and mildly(. .- --.. -. ... ---.. .--
professional business. your roof leaks phone Quigley fKluros:' etc., used In business, Wm. A. \DutlOSK:! roads' several of our farmers wereseen TO1'1'1.( .[': OWNKKS your
Lumber nnd Supply Co. We'll! AX it .
[ A furl her deduction Is allowed for contributions - -. in town Saturday. This is onetime cows need expert attention after

\VlIlt..r1 i11 R. of Tampa was a right.: to corporations! operated( for I KL.\HHII:: ;:: : I they were gKfcl l they had the goodolr 'il' giving I Iirlli see ,1. .\. Jamison,

s gl1e t Wednesday at the home of ;Mr. religious, cbiirltablo, sclentIllc or educational boss. and buggy to rile in tad not Starke., Keliablo! references given.

and Mrs.; J. W. Morgan.; Prof. and Mrs; S. S. Dowlinp returned purposes( or for the prevention Klnrbne: Mar.; .-Most: everythingis a car to Ret bogged, up. I 2-2H.tr. .
; from to of cruelly to children or animals to un miller, water here.
Monday night n trip We are glad to know that ;Mrs. Sidney ,l- I __
Here's n big hal.jtnin-$20 saddle for Tallahassee"' and Troy A'n.' They were amount not exceeding 15 per. cent of ;Mrs. Charlie Hawkins, of :Manning. Jackson is improving., Oltlll...U I lout l-l III ICA1IIIN

$15 at Starke Hardware Co. warmly welcomed by the pupils of 'the tnxpn.ior's' net Income nt computed was visiting her daughter here, Mrs\ ;Miss Lizzie Smith has returned In Ore-nil' Cuiirt. Hint., of Flnrliln, ICIirhlh.hhlir.Inl :

f the high school, and work in the schoolroom without the benellt of the contribution' A It. Ciriflln", ;Monday and l Tuesday., from Jacksonville where she enjoyed J , ('I ro91t llrmirord,. County In Chunwiry -

;Miss Claudia Ambrose and ;Miss has been resumed with increased, deduction. :Mrs. ,1. ;M. l-'titch and son, Loniewere a week's visit with friends and' relatives. W li; SKI'l.r.EY.KI.VIV .
Lonfrbottom. of Waldo spent Saturday interest. The taxpayer( Is not allowed to deduct attending to business in Itni ford,! 1 ".." ,I..I'lIInl.
any personal, living or family. expense t ..
as the guests of ;Mrs. J. C. Top- Satunl.iy., T. A. Crawford. has bedded, several : rlKtll.l.KY
any nmoiint spent for Improvingproperty ;.Mrs. J.1.; Futch and daughter
pell. Kelly Axes, $1.75.; going: at hundred, bushels of need potatoes This Ilifinilnnt.It .
or making\ good Its exhaustion )Rasa,, were quests of C. K. Sapp, of non| -niir liy lllfl.hiv 1..1".1| | | to alas
$1.2.1at: Starke Hardware Co. for which an allowance Is claimed looks like potatoes lire to be grown 'hill III...' Hi llm, nhov' ulnli-il CH'M* Hint
tints' on ;Men's Heavy Blue Work I.awtcy :Monday and Tuesday., extensively In this section.Friends F.lvin: Skull y. II... defendant lhiin named l.
under depreciation. :Miss Maude: Futch left Friday for I. M ifalili'nt of thi Hint of ,Flnritlit.. nnilcohii'nlH
Shirts. Sale Price 79 cents at of Rev. Malphurs were vprynllll.h ... .
the hiTMiOf hail prori-K. nr abpta'n| "
of
lion. OeorgiWilder, speaker the Tax. .
Figuring .Ja'kK"l1viJle.'h're she will upend several -
grieved, to hear. of his death, mount Iw ...r..1 l uP..n hi'nui ''r. nod .I. nvrr the
Stuml"'s.Rawson. house of representatives at the extra Before figuring the normal tnx the days with her uncle, J. K. Supp.' which occurred at his home in Starke nf twi'tity-onii ),..... : It ,In tlii, >rifnrii ate.I.v.d *
session of the legislature and l who will dividends are deducted, us credits from She will visit other points before returning thiil .non-ri'Hlth-nt' ''Ia.a.I,I.'L l I.. nasal
Davis down from Friday.Messrs.. I. h..hy i r.nnlred|. to rppenr| to thn hill of
came probably be elected to preside over the net Income, together with the personal hiime. rontlilnilit. flli'il\ In iialil VIIIIHIon. fir ....r....
Jacksonville and spent the week-end regular session was in Starke Tuesday exemption. As In previous years' dividends Frank A. Jones was in our section ; ) Lloyd :Moore and 7.nty Monthly. .Ihi' 7th tiny. of April. A. O. Ill Ml.olhirwlm .

with his parents :Mr. and ;Mrs. J. R. and was a guest at the home of of ,domestic! corporations, are exempt Thursday afternoon.Mrs. Crawford hail quite an exciting tillii.n ... raw tinulli'ifnllnn.">.."," hy miiil,. of,ihfirxliint.It add. hill. will !b.

Davis. Representative A. S. Crews. from normal lax \whe receivedby : Albert! Grillls;, is. counted, on the Sunday night when they tried to ('tllII"l I. harsh' r orilfTi'il/ that thin onli-r' h. inh-
the stockholder.The Coffee' branch The bridge\ hud llithi.'l, onn. i, 'i.. k for llvi.> cnn..iMillvit .......blIn.1
sick list this week. ,. '
Give the mule a new collar. $3.83value : Prices on our Groceries are normal. lax rates for citizens Lacy pnvis, of ;Manning[ was the nwny land w
for only $2.75. Starke Hardware end residents' are ns follows : On the uet of his sister Saturday night, rev they were lucked or not but 1t''II"'hpy 'l'h. Murcl .,lh, IIIIII.
down to the bottom Price a few W
T. WttKM.I : :
;Ho.:: first SI.IMKI( of net Income In excess of tnrninir home Sunday.F. nre safe ns they were seen early S.ata.. Clerk circuit Cou'rt.

!staples' and he convinced-Cash' the credits Hit rate Is 0 per cent ; on II. hunter was visiting at the :Monday. morning. I 1\. Z. ADKINM.Solicitor, : .

Lt. Perryman Allan Canova and Department Store. any further taxable Income the rate Is home of his mother Tuesrlay. Miss[ Ma Warren spent |the wept" for I rumPlnlrumt. B-7-6t.: 4rltOElt

Wilbur Scott came up from Gainesville 12 per cent with friends in Mctntosh and Ocala
Willie II. :Morgan\ of Evergreen: : Foil PI'lll ITATION
I and spent Sunday with home The surtax rates apply to not In wan si-en in this coinrmmity Sunday. While! there she attended, the Kadcliffechatau / In r..rrinl Court... Hint* ..I' Mnrliln. Rliihlh.luillolnl .
folks. Elbert H. Smith of Philadelphia arrived como of each Individual In excess of I Circuit: llrailfiinl.' Cnunty In hnn-
< im.
in town last week and ;Mr. and $;.;.'oslo The personal' exemption and C'. R. Sapp wijs the guest of hU | i'i-ry.
..i.t"r.Irll., ; J. M. Futch Friilay.I The friends, of Mrs.; A. L. Ilagwell tlrrrslsN' JOHNSON
Beautiful line of Ladies New Hats :Mrs. Smith will hereafter make their the dividends are not deductible before f'tiniiliilnunt.|.'
nl'Ii"s; ;Mattie Warren will .be gladto
home here ;Mr. Smith is having a ...
computing( surtax.: In the case of returns
just arrived at Stump's.F. built in IIOI.J.HoISII: CKNTS: learn of her success at l Dniughon's 1.1'1,0.II"IN ON.
commodious new garage by husband and wife the net .
J. C. Wills'drug Counting it only in dollars and cents .iuinftHii......... .. Cnltpfrp.IjiclcMonviltn._..... _. ___ ..__ _.n ... _.. She ll.ri.nilMnt.It ,; .
Starke, just back of Dr. Income of each Is considered 1 separately npiirnrlnir hy Mlfldnvlt' fipfifnttt'il to thft
:M. Crews a well known andhighly and when he this In surtax that how much did that last cold cost you ? has completed[ a stenographic\ coursein Mil'" nl l..l' In th. > I.IHIVI. .tu..il must. thru
computing
store opens up any limy
citizen of the High- 'Lola JohnMon. ate defendant lhrrpln' named
esteemed work holds
addition be due. Form should be used for. Amon may not always: stop four months and now a renponsible -
establishment it will be a great: 1OIO I.l n nnn-niflilnnt nt the Httitinf Florida, and
land section was in town ;Monday on to Starke's business enterprises. making\ returns of net Income exceeding I when he has n cold but perhaps it position in a lawyer's olHci-, ti'..* ..'.1.'.* 'In nr near th. town nf Ni Th<.ln.
business, would be better if he did. It takes there '' iir<'f* ''''''''Y. !I'.r' (:....,,1.. and .In nvvr theran
J.VIHI: and! the Instructions on that
nf twi>ntyn<. yf-nm : It ,In, thi-rrfor ort -
form will show. how to figure cite sur about" ten days to jet completely rid $1.00 Hoes now selling for 79 NOTICE tax. of a cold under the usual treatment. (IONIC! rO.VSTIPATION h.rchy ri-fiilrri. .| to Appi-iir" to th. bill titcompUInt
med In raid' emmi. on htromMonilny
cents at Starke Hardware Co. few days the Times-Union is Business' House Return. That time cnn be much shortened by There are people who never have a the Tin tiny. of April. A.nr D. IVI'l..ilhi.rwl.p .
For a taking Chamberlains Cough Remedyand movement of the bowels without it isproduced .' th. .nllrimtlonn .., mthl hill will I*
making a special offer for new sub- Employers and others who paid taken .. nnfi'Hi hy mtltl dd.ndnnt, .
;Mrs. R. A. Harbour and children returned scriptions wages, salnrli-s, rents Interest or similar proper care of yourself, in fart by cathartic.. :Most of themhave It !I. further. ....I..r.,1 that this order, hi ......10.II.h..1 .
: n bottle of this remedy in the houses brought: that condition on themselves ..".. 11 work for five .......'aiitlv. week.In *)
their home in Jacksonvillelast and dftermlnnhle In amount
9 to Florida Times-Union! daily gains an .
ihH Hriulfiirfl' County Tcli-irrnlth..
investment during the of mineral waters it nnwn|>N
week after n visit with :Mrs. An- Sunday six months; of fl.JN( or over during 1!/I8 to any a mighty; good : by use lii-r |,iihllMhi. In mltl County' and l Mtnt.
twelve must file an Information, return the winter and spring months.-Adv. and strong cathartics that take too 'III.1 March. nth,,
gie Sternberg. Farm and Live Stock Record, person 11)111.W..
T. WKF.KS.Hnli .
and
months with tho iovcrnnient.; Klntiks may besecurel much water out of the system aggravate a Clerk Circuit Court.:

Children's Black Stockings! at 20 ; Wall Chart, showing new from the Collector. HISINfJRising. :' the disease they are meant to > 7 U'KINH.!
European relieve.A mild! laxative tonic likeChamberlain's H.llcli.r' fir mplnlnnt. 1-7.1t.
Every partnership must file a return
et'nu-while they last-at Stump's.The countries and boundary lines. showing Its Income' and deductions'' and! :March, 7.-The heavy mini Tablets afford a gi-n- -
All for $3.33.: M TU I K l>f KI.Kf'TIONlf :
hove done quite hit of damage\ in tie of the bowU that
a movement
the name and n'ldn-ss of each partner you .
wishing to take advantageof \ > tin power vmtnl In tlicm hy' th rtrhoolI.IIM
meeting
t regular monthly business Anyone with his altars of tho profits or (losses this' section, as it hot washed away hardly .realize has \ln-i'n produced' by amedicine l ..f thi "Stntff' nf Flnrldn. I thit ""..... of
of thA- United, Daughters of the this offer see :Miss Nannie 1I0w..lI.'rhone !!, the I'lililli-' 'liiHtrin-tifin' ,.f llrndforil, f'ounty hffmhynrilirH
of the main bridges on public their likiy -
: \
tlllrlnSll.I past yenr. IVrsotial service mot and use is not < .. .
70.) nn station to h ht-ht' In Hpi-ulnl School
afternoon ..corporations file similar Information roads. This ii n rood time for ac.cidcnts to lir followed hy constipation. AdCLASSIFIED r" ulna fart.. N..... I 17. 2. IS, II. '.). til and 4,
; for 1'J1'J. to happen and We think if th" - "it Snturilnv.. April rith. lUI1. for th* purtMM
"r ad|mono thri.. tniHttM-H. for Mah dmtrlat,
Weeks. county officials were to visit out thi HIM*. *> named' n'l'l In iht.rniin0 th* mount nt
Optimistic Thought. would be more anxiousfor mi1 iiv., 'In Ki ..._..1.
* . . . . tsar now they .
I B inch Stovepipe 30 cent value to r. Injuries Old Far the puriirmi. of holihnir. ate raid .lflti
It costs more vi-DSa;: better roads. and bridges
19 cents-Starke;; Hardware than It J", s to hour them. INCOME TAX PAYS rev dents of the vicinity fay there is ,>"int.il :
than ni-trli't Ni. J 17 F Moor, K.: M. Columan.M .
Co. FOR PUBLIC BENEFITS. '* more water on the ground now W cirllTw.fiintriet: .

Nat of Courses but Dishes., '* hn been !seen here for several! y"-iir-<. tINE ENr A wnnit FOR KAIII IBSt'P! N havmoved CASH IN ADVANCE: :M .1 I Crren.Dlrlriet .
R. |tt. Trevatt of the Commercial Three vuurses seem to have been for -lew".1 In Its largest and '* Alvin Jackson and family A4..rtl'..m.nu li .....d under Ihl h..d No. I IK J. M. Brnwnlra. J. U Unil..rhlll. .
trust !send'; the of '* to Jackonvill"tp regretcurs J. J ('pmby.Dl.triet .
medieval tlmvj fat payment
farm east ustoiuury menu In mu.t b. paid In . Nash '
Hotel has bought the 1M for benefits much to low this family from No. II- Jr.. ",,,,.11. JM| 0pti.It $ .
This Is choice piece of 4 state bnr.<|uet, less. ceremonial f"lI"teOIl1IrhlolC tox" payment mi* lno..n.. crvpUd for I.... than 33rvnti. D 'irlfTii.Illntriit a
of town. a : only two. and uu prlsut received or 'I..tP'1. only tram C ri'ir midst. Mrs. Jackson. was our r"'- For Instances A ID-wnril, cilvtrtl, ..mnt No 2'>-C. C. MdCall, W. R. Ald...
Mr. Pre-
and ;
farm and pasture land Jlnner more than on... Hut each courne a narrow and essentially "pHI..h '* prater, and she will be missed by all. .n. liiarrtlun. will .h.. 31 ..nl.; If for m.... man: Tho.N.I k.. .
vatt is to be congratulated upon ac- Will IH.tridt. |Ip- /. V. f..I..aoI., W. M. Raer.ll. 1
better jilght comprise, from fight t I"j u dozen; and "hol't"l"rhtP.1" viewpoint can Wo are find( to report that Mrs than ana InMrtltm. .III h. ctmrgvd fur .! t W 1C. lfarr.ll,

quiring it. It is probably .u..h.,... Thus ut the wedding the Individual propose' to 111m- tl'irn'-y: is recovering from an nprraTlle not a word. Nothing .ho...... IHntrlrt :N.. M T. L. Ch.n .y. J. T. AnFIUU.Y. -
iI1 erect
known as the Wall place having been self rh. evasion ot tax liability '* .- -.- -- - --- -. .-- -- d....... I.. (i. Jxhnwn.
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V there oalj 1-OWEC.L
> jumiuet of henry were U C. ,
opened up by the ate.L. D. Wall. over 30 different 811 a I..lratJI. course of arrion"1en1.l '* Quinine Thai Doe Not Affect The head FOR SALK Chairman foam Public Instruction, aralferatCnunly.
'three courses yet
C. Itnper Conunlssinn luau.* of Its tonic and l Ift"'I". rff...-'. LAXATIVE Florida.
", 23: sack seed potatoes. Red Bliss at JishuB are mentioned In tbe record. .r ot internal It..enue. '* : KKOMO) QLIN1NK: : run .b.. l.....nby FO1I SALK-20 acre farm 2 mile Aunt: -
of frulu and wtaeik-Lootua without rautinj, nTvnatirwwt or rliiitmtflatlialud. ':. B.} :
rrespective .f.n".t
special prices. Cash Department ,. '* any-mn E.W.GkuVt9dxn.wr"unt.; M'a north of Starke; 0 acres! cultivated; V. -- ;: and S..'r. 1.7.31>


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4< M PAGE SIX BRADFORD[ COUNTY TELEGRAPH. KTAKKK, FLORIDA "'It IDA MARCH: 7, 1919II'

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l attached ;membership in a club, and Tampa, rode ina fine automobile victual partners being on their
u market will be provided! for all sur- 1 over Pinellas dnd Hillsboro counties, share of the partnership net income.
I :J I Bradford County Farmers I plus milk or cream. Commercial dairies 'I j and had all the good things money I Corporations are subject to income
i are not eligible! to membership.It i could buy, and it cost him only $2.*>0, I tax excess profits and war profits
is planned to get the clubs organized as the confidence men who hud him taxes
1 1I by :March 15 and continue thework in tow and thought he could, he swin- II Those who have not received suitable -
WATCH OUT roll CUCUMBER! : I twine... i I This is hardly giving the pasture a I until about November! 1st. This ''died were paying the bills. They got blank forms for making out their
; RUST Begin with the first ear by removing I fair chance. I community should have one of the acquainted with him on the recreation returns should apply to the Collector
1 i 4 one kernel about two inches from Bermuda grass\ : is one of our best clubs. Owners of one or more milch pier and tried all their games on him I of Internal Revenue at Jacksonville,
J { Wide awake truckers are watching the tip and another kernel about two I pasture grasses\ but it requires a good cows, who are willing to join a club but he refused to bite, and they fin- for the forms desired, as severe penI .
't their cucumber patches for the first inches from the butt of tho ear. Stick fertile soil to produce a satisfactory : should send their names to Miss I ally dropped him when it was apparent I I alty attaches to failure to make returns -
showing of rust, morep roperly called! the two into the sand side by side. I sod of Bermuda Bermuda grass can 1 :Morse at once, so she can have an that he was "wise" and could not I within the time limit.
i downy mildew. It occurs quite commonly Continue the process with the other be propagated most satisfactory by I organizer come here to help the club; be robbed. About the time they were I
( in Florida: and the best way ears until pairs of kernels from ten I planting the roots or pieces of sod. start. making final efforts to (get him, stories UGH! CALOMEL MAKES
to prevent the disease is to spray, ears are placed in the first row. I This grass is a persistent grower, andis .---- I were printed in St. Petersburg
h says C. D. Sherbakoff of the Experiment Place a like number in additional rows not easily injured, by tramping or SWIFT COMMENTS: ON HOOVER'S papers regarding operations of wire- YOU DEATHLY SICK

u 1 v Station. Use freshly-made Bordeaux making as many rows as the box livestock. LETTER: TO THE PRESIDENT tappers, and the confidence men grew
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mixture, 4-1-40 formula, and wi>l hold. The rows should then be scared $nd left St. Petersburg.
Dangerous Drug
apply it as soon as the plants put out numbered so that the matter of locat- CULTIVATION OF SMALL: GRAIN :Mr. L F. Swift, President of Swift Stop Using
t their second leaves, repeating it every ing the ears whose kernels failedto CROPS & Company, made the following comments TO INCOME: TAX PAYERS Before It Salivates You!
8 ,I ten days if the weather is humid. Be germinate can be readily done. I with regard to :Mr. Hoover's -
careful to thoroly cover the upper and By counting down the row.\and notingthe After the heavy rainfall of this letter to the President on the packing The 1918 income tax measure which I, It's Horrible.
tti', lower sides, with the spray. To do kernels that failed to germinatethere winter, the small grain\ crops are j I industry: has become a law, provides that returns -
this, use a good. force sprayer whichwill will be no difficulty in locating I rather backward, and in some cases ( I am naturally greatly: interested' of net income shall be made on I You're bilious, sluggish constipated
')''J maintain at least 120 pounds of the bad ears. I show a yellowing tendency, owing\ in Mr. Hover's fetter to the President, or before :Marchl5,1919.Some I I and believe you need vile, dangerous
f pressure during spraying. After the tester has received all of principally to the cool condition of I which was written last Septembr, and important changes from the calomel to start your liver and clean
t, In its early stages, downy mildew the kernels that can be planted con the soil. To obtain a better condition and wlcome it as an honest expression -i I 1917 income tax law have been made I I bowels.
?! .f appears on the leaves as pale yellow. veniently, place the wet muslin over cultivation by either a weeder or | of opinion about the packing-' and embodied in the new law. your
,;; I t ish spots; later the spots change tot the kernels and close the lid of the a spike tooth harrow with the teeth''' house situation, I am only sorry thatMr. Individual net incomes in excess of : Here's my guarantee! Ask your
't brown, rapidly increase in number and box Weight it so that nothing can well slanted backward is advocated by' : Hoover had not had opportunity'I deductions and exemptions are tax I druggist for a CO cent bottle of Dod-
soon kill the leaves. On the under disturb the test, and set the box in a C. K. McQuarrie of the Extension Di- I' to avail himself of the information able at 6 per cent on the first $1,000 : son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful

: side of the spots, one can observe a yarn place. Examine it every day vision of the University of Florida. brought out at the recent Congressional I and the amount, if any, in excess of tonight. If it doesn't start your liver
to see that the cloth and the sand This will open up the cool packed hearings in Washington.The $.jOO) will be taxable at 12 per cent. 'and straighten you right up better
cornposed\ I lire moist. In a week or ten days, soil and let the oxygen and sunshine i i principal issue seems to be I Also a surtax attaches to the amount ,, than calomel and without griping or
'iJ the kernels' from the good: ears will mix with the soil and tend to promote whether or not there is a monoplyand I, of net income in excess of $;:;,000 at a making you sick I want you to go
same purpose as Heed in higher plants I have germinated. I the soil Condition so necessary.I I believe it was clearly- demon rate in lieu of that applied in 1917, I I I back to the store and get your mon
I IT and lire the means of the spread of i I.., By this simple process of testing, I to make these crops start to growing strated at these hearings that the I graduating from 1 per cent on individual ,
the disease. Being, extremely small j the stand of corn may be improved, well\ with the adveintS s-uworthOl large packers are in active competition -| net incomes in excess of $5.000 ey.Take calomel today and tomorrow
# und light, these "spores are blown i for it furnishes the moans of avoiding: : well with the advent of warmer springI with each other. There are ab- and not in excess of $6,000 to an additional ::I will feel weak and sick and nauseated -
; ul/ujt, by the wind and curried by insect the planting of kernels with poor I weather. Past experience along this i solutely no agreements among the 1 per cent for each additional ,, you Don't lose a day's work. Take
?. V hen they fall >j* cucumber germinating quality.! Poor corn cart line has demonstrated the great\ value I i five largest packers to control prices, $2,000 of net income up to $100,000.For spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod-
Y leaves covered with some new or ra'u' be discarded before planting: time, and 1, of this treatment of the small grain I and they together handle less than net incomes in excess of $100,000a a son's Liver Tone tonight and wake
't water, the spores germinate\ in a short good seed can be .secured. fields at this time of the year. I'' forty per cent of the meat supply of higher rate of increase of the surtaxis feeling great. It's perfectly harm.up
time and soon penetrate the leaf tissues the country. The largest company applied( To arrive at the amount
itll.1 less so give it to children
your any
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME: GROUND
\1l'I' thus producing new spots. If the CORN IN I I handles only about twelve per cent of the surtax, the amount of tax foundin time. It can't salivate, so let them
4 i plants are not sprayed with a /good and | of the total meat supply and less the first block at 1 per cent, the eat anything afterwards. ((11-4)
Grass Shade Tree
Shrubbery
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fungicide they will soon be seriously Corn is distinctly an Americancrop. than twenty-five per cent of even amount found in the second block at I
y affected but if they arc thoroly It is our native cereal, all the I Flower Will Work Wonders the output of houses that ire underU. 2 per cent and the amount found in I I
s, I sprayed with Bordeaux mixture the others, wheat, oats, rice, etc., were I S. Inspection. the third block at 3 per cent, and soon
mixture will either prevent germination introduced from foreign countries. Certainly there is no state which There are about two hundred and must be computed separately ou r
and
of the do Corn is now the great crop of America I afford greater opportunity for beautifying besides I
l spores or, jf they germinate seventy packing concerns, the results added together, but a surtax
will kill thorn before they are and its uses are multiplying. In I \ the home grounds with so lit- those operated by the five largest, table has been prepared by the
aide to invade the leaf tini.ues.: the silo the blades have become as tie effort as does Florida. And yet, a that are under Federal Inspection, ternal Revenue Department to
dependable and useful for feeding l I 1 great many yards have no grass, and hundreds of local houses that are tate this work. In.1
( EARLY CARE OF BABY CHICKS. live stock ns the grain itself. flowers, or shrubbery! Why not givea not subject to inspection. All large Excess profits taxes are not
Cotton was once said, to be the king: little more thought and a little more cities have packing houses that compete to individual incomes under the Hew
w I First Requirement ia Warmth I crop of America, and cotton is still time to making our home grounds I directly with the five largest. law, this feature being stricken out in
and must always be a great and necessary more beautiful? With very littlo I Some of their representatives appeared contrast to the 1917 law. COFFEESBest
i'' All over Florida baby chicks are crop and, the South is its home, time and expense the most of our farm at the hearings in Washingtonand
A schedule has
'' being hatched. Never before have so but corn will grow here, just as well homes could be transformed into at-I stated that they were prospering, been specially pre
pared to enable farmers to make correct

many folks been interested' in poul as cotton, but cotton will not / tractive places. and that there was fair and open
t i try. It was part of the work of the t in the north. Tho corn club boys oil| Prof. W. L. Floyd of the College: of I competition in the industry.I I should returns be filled of income.out and This attached schedule By Every Tcst
Poultry Short Course at the Agricultural ,:, the Southern States have produced, Agriculture suggests that we begin I have publicly stated that we have to
t c College in January to instruct more bushels to tho acre in their;, now to increase the appearance and no serious objection to being relievedof form 1010-A or form 1040 in making
N. Sun- Northern at the same time the value of our I returns. I I
as to chicken care. Dr. W. experiments than the boys our interest in refrigerator cars
a, born, extension poultry husbandman,' have. I homes by putting out some shrubberyand I and stock yards. But we have pointed For individual returns of net in-i .. t" """! ..-._
7; outlines chicken "first aid" as follows: The corn planting_ season is at getting the flower beds started. out that it is decidedly questionable come not in excess of o.OOO: form
+ I .' 'I..i The first requirement of young hand, says the :state ;Marketing nu- Komemuer; however, that the arrange'I''I I I whether any efficiency or benefit can 1010-A should be used. Returns of,,
a if -*. :chicks is warmth When !brooded by reuu. With corn every seed should be ment of the flowers and be gained by such procedure. We net income in excess of $3,000 should' Hayes'
Stfris they remain under tho mothers made to count. A bushel of poor seed, has a great deal to do with the effect :i would also call attention to the fact be made on form 1010.
.4 ;< (Vt1rly nil the time for two or three means a half dozen or more acres produced. I| that during the recent hearings, no Corporations and partnerships are Healing Honey
days Chicks shipped in small boxes planted at n risk, as like produceslike. Shade should! be provided as a background I evils, needing correction have broughtto 1 required! to make returns, but partnerships -
are kept warm by the heat of their Tests should bodies so long ns the boxes are nuts for planting to establish its vitality. !I the trees should not bo planted directly -I ownership of those facilities.I taxes as under the 1917 law, the indi- Stops
exposed to very cold l temperatures, Details us to methods for testing :|': in front of the hou'c. February \is quite agree with :Mr.[ Hoover that -----------
but this natural heat is not sufficient seed! corn can be had from county not too late to set out young trees, there is no reason" / for the Governmentto The
y when they ore given more liberty. demonstration agents, and from the t anti desirable hhade. trees can be secured take over the branch houses of the ASfc S ,
Buyers! of chicks should have n State Experiment: ( Station at Gaines without cost, from nearby packers, but I do not feel! that sufficient I
brooder, 'such as is required for the ville. To play safe in this particular |i woods. consideration has been given to Tickle
number of chicks bought/ ready, means many more bushels of corn to The best grasses for the lawn are the question 1 of handling: only a Reasons !
Y g I' warmed, and regulated( when the chicks the II I'fl'. Dead so.l is a dead, loss, Augustine, if the yard is shady; such products and they are few/I/
Heals
The
arrive, If for any reason the brooder und seed of poor vitality means u St. Lucie or Bermuda if it i Is open. ly related to our business, either Throat
is not ready, take the chicks from the (pour yield, or none, und again: there The ground, should: he covered with I by-products! of the lfIeklnhOUSeS, I Why you should use Cures The Cough
Cardui. the
shipping/ box in n warm room; feed, is loss.' < I| well rotted manure then plowed and or ns goods which can be economically -! for woman'stoalc.
I troubles
rind! return to the box. Repent at The American corn crop of 1918 thoroly harrowed !before looting! out | handled through!: our extensive I II have been your show In, Price 33c.
I intervals of three hours until the was two bilion eight hundred million ',1 the grass. A later application of I branch lines.I I thousands of l letters i from A FREE BOX OFGROVE'S
44 44I )brooder is ready, liiishcls, and that tlwl'e'IIS not tankage/ or Nitrate' of Sod.i will prove. hardly think that the Government f actual users of this medicine I
For' the first" few days give\ very enough in seen in the price. Last year valuable. I' should assume authority to dictate I II who speak from : 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE
1 such woodpiles personal experience. If
bushels. Unsightly objects, as
we exported" forty-one million
close attention to regulating the I what products any business concern
/ Our cotton is worth" u billion partition fences, etc, can bo the results:! obtained: by I (Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
brooder'' for, the comfort of tho l'hit-ks crop I I may or may not handle. There is not other women for so r
This is' the most troublesome state dolurs, but the corn, crop is worththree screened by closely planted shrubs only I Ii I no need for such a step in connection I I years have been so: many uni I For Chest Colds Head
Colds
in the billions! and corn i is king. I such as cherry laurel or bamboo. If ; formly and
tj operation of a brooder, and the i I with the packing business, but good, why not '
8'4 most critical l period in the life of the The government food survey shows there are no gutters to carry off the I, it would act us n dangerous' precedent give Cardui a trial? Croup, is enclosed with every bot.
chick. that the commercial stock of corn is cnvps-drip, a few plants that will ) which might he extended to all other tie of HAYES' HEALING HONEYYou
An only Hfi cent of that on hand a stand harsh treatment, such ns Arbor Take .
emergency brooder, for temporal per I industries.It I get the Cough Syrup and the Salve
e y use may be made us follows: year ago corn being the only cereal Vita or Oleander, can be placed in the I is a little difficult for me to reconcile for one price> 33c
Take n box, without cover, about 18 showing a decrease from Feb. 1, 1'Jlrt, angles near tho steps and out from Mr. Hoover's criticism of the Made Recommended and Guaranteed to
to :2J inches square and 10 inches high and of the used ,,
Bignomius be
1 one can
h. In one side next the bottom, cut an I middlemen, and gone direct to
w opening :II inches high by 10 inches :;PHIXiXn :SUMMER: : CROPS ns n covering for fences or lattice the retailers with the general opinion Medicine Company

1 long for the chicks to pass thru. Protect FOR HOGS work. Clumps or shrubs such as Oleanders ]+ that marketing should be as direct as The Woman's Tonic Manufacturers of
this with of cloth Abelins or Spircas should be from Grove's Tasteless Chill
;tt opening a strip I possible producer to consumer. a Tonic
tacked at the upper edge having !perpendicular Plenty of green pasture or forage planted about a yard, preferably neon]I I think it will be conceded that if we Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, of .
"i essential the successful the rather close .....
the
crops are to corners or to -- y. --
slits from the \lower edgeto have eliminated unnecessary middlemen Cullen, Va., writes -
production of hogs Prof. J, :M. !Scott': outer borders
within half un inch of the top( tot I this has. been to the advantageof "About 1 11! years ago:; I -- -
i': give I he chicks passage animal industrialist at the Experiment : Cannas grow, luxuriantly when given the public at large. suffered untold misery If You Had Typhoid Fever Would You
t !Station': says that cowpens nail I rich soil plenty of water and Consult a Druggist or Physician. ?
sun- a
This box covered on top with apiece a Since there is no monoply. the facts with female trouble,bear-
I of old<1 blanket or quilt, may !be, sorghum sown as a mixture or each ny location. They should he planted In'' do not justify the statement that 'as ing-down pains, headache
used without heat when the outside sown alone will give !good early summer beds' may be procured with either I, time goes\ on this efficiency cannot numbness . I Headache dizziness, poor or uncomfortable
pasture. green or bronze foliage, anti flowers like vision, may or not be the
i. I temperature is 70 degrees F. or over. fail to diminish, and all mono would may
I For lower temperature a jug or a Sugar\ cane planted in !March will of pink, red white and yellow shades. polies, begin to defend itself by repression go for three weeks result of Eyestrain. Glasses may be
large bottle of hot water should be make a good soiling crop for hogs in Roses should be planted in beds at rather than by efficiency.' almost bent double . the remedy or may cause irreparable
( placed' in the box und refilled as often early ""rinlwh'n planted in good the side or rear of the house, but As long as the large puckers have to My husband went to Dr. damage.
+I' as necessary to keep the chicks com fertile soil. Beggarweed will produce where there is plenty of sunlight. use their utmost efforts in competition for Cardui . We employ an OculistPhysicianwith
L,, I fortable. good I pasture during midsummer and There are many fine varieties! especially with each other and with hun After: faking! about two seven years experience, to exam
{n early fall of bush roses that do well in dreds of smaller concerns to earn bottles I began;: going ine your eyes FREE of charge.
\ TEST THE SEED CORNy When such crops as cowpeas and Florida.! They too require an abund- their profits of only two or three around and when I took BLASSES COMPLETE: $3.00;: UP
beggnrueed are grown and marketed ance of well rotted manure, water and cents on each dolar of sales, there is three bottles I could do Hours: 10 a. m. to Q p. m. Sundaysby .
r The Process. Simple. !\ and the Returns thru livestock on the farm, but n very severe pruning in winter to force no room for a falling-off in eficiency. all my work." E-80 appointment. Phone 2848.CRYSTAL .
Are Great small amount of fertility Is sold.! If them to put on new growth on which However I welcome such sincere OPTICAL COMPANYSuite [
it be converted into hay and sold, we the flowers are borne in spring. and disinterested views as those expressed 57.58 Mutual Life Bldg.
Farmers who have been following\ then sell\ from the farm about $!>0 -- by :Mr. Hoover. The public 2.1 Main. 3rd Floor, Jacksonville Fla.
instructions of the University of worth of fertility with each $100 PRIZES: TO COUNTY CLUBS and our legislators need to under- --
.is, Florida Extension division with regard worth of hay. Hence the necessity of stand our business much more thor- r, -
L? l to selecting seed corn in the conserving the fertility of our farms 1C. Groover, of Jacksonville farther ughly than they do now, before theyare
V field have one more important precaution by having livestock enough to consume of the pig club movement in Florida in a position to undertake restrictive FARMING IMPLEMENTS & SUPPLIES
4 to observe before making all hay and forage crops pro . has become interested in the regulation. Swift & Company
t' their plantings. That is to test the duced. : "More Milk' campaign conducted by has voluntarily apeared before I Avery; Improved Oliver and Brinkley Plows. Also
r germination of each ear saved before' :Miss\ :May Morse, dairy: specialist, and Congressional Committees to give extra repairs for these plows.
shelling the seed. Those who did nut GROW BETTER PASTURE CROPS assistant home demonstration agent, such information as is desired. We I
save seed by selecting it in the field I Tallahassee. have nothing to conceal. All we want Dixie Plows, Georgia Ratchet Plows, repairs, extra
before harvesting will appreciate the Pasture is the cheapest and the lie has offered $450 in cash prizesto is an oportunity to get the facts be- I handles and beams.
,J importance of saving seed corn this best feed that we can supply to our be awarded county milk clubs fore the public and when this has I
year. livestock. In fact it is useless to try : showing greatest increase In milk pro been accomplished, we shall rely on Riding, Spring Tooth Shovel, Peg Tooth and Fowler
1' Seed corn should be tested before to raise livestock unless we have an| duction, with the provision that each the sense of fair play of the Amer. Cultivators. Also Weeders, Disc Harrows and
shelling. When a farmer buys kernels abundance of pasture. Prof. J. M.. must make an exhibit of dairy pro ican people, and shall abide by their Stalk Cutters.
f that are already shelled for seed Scott. Animal Industrialist at the Experiment : ducts of some kind at the next State verdict"
he must rely solely on the reputationof Station says that so long as Fair and Exposition. That amount of Sweeps, Scooters, Opening Plows, Turn Blades,
the seedsman, for it is almost im we produce low grade forage and pas. I money is based on ten or more county LETS THE CONFIDENCE MEN ENTERTAIN Readymade Heels for Grasshopper.
possible to pick ears with poor germinating ;;, ture crops, just so long will we continue clubs competing but if there are less HIM
1 quality. to produce a low grade quality i than ten the cash prizes will amountto Hames, Traces, Bridles, Plow Lines, Single Trees,
I Testing can be done with a homemade of livestock. On the other hand, whenwe $175. Each club must have five or St. Petersburg, Feb. 28.-John K. Collars, Collar Pads, Steel and Leather Hamstrings,
't tester. An ordinary cigar box begin to produce forage and pasture more members.Mr. Jenkinson of West Point. N. Y., has Padded and Old Style Back Bands.
? with two inches of sand in it will crops that require more and care Groover has asked the Florida discovered how to live at fine hotels,
t answer the purpose. Soak the sand ful cultivation we will then be com Live Stock Association to stimulate ride in automobiles and have a good Hoes of All Kinds, Shovels, Pitchforks, Rakes. A
f thoroly and pour off surplus water, '! pelled to keep a better grade of livestock I interest by soliciting :prizes to be time without any expense to him. Very Large Assortment of Each.
Have a muslin rag large enough so I' or change our vocation. I awarded in each county club. self. His plans is to lead the confidence -
that when folded once or twice it will ]l As a rule most farmers give very | The organization and direction of men in this section to believe When in Town see my Farmer's Supply Show
cover the sand. Then number every little or no attention to the pasture I the clubs will be under supervision that he is rich and an easy victim, Window, a Display of Farming Goods Only.
,, I ear of corn that is to be tested. ,Write | In fact land that Is not considered of MI. Morse, in co-operation with and then let them entertain him. Mr.'
the numbers on pieces of paper and fertile enough to produce satisfactorycrops I the county and home demonstration Jenkinson did this. He lived for several DeWITT C. JONES
{ tie them to the ears with ordinary I Is usually used for a pasture. agents. There will not be any expense days at the Hillsboro hotel in STARKE, .... .... FLORIDA

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FIUl>.\Y, MARCH 7, 1919 IlKADFOKl COUNTY:' TKl.EGUAPH, STARK, FLORIDA rAGE SEVEN; :

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EVERYBODY IsNOW I DUtrlcl Na. U.I 1 DiidtumrinrnU- during month '%_ 436(10llalanu ( deed
: r MAY TRAItJ WOMEN\ I Balance DC*. I, 11)1:1 __...._____._.:__. 67.8S March 1. 1019 -. 885.06 will issue thereon on the 17th
1e. .OR ADVANCED SPRING WEAR I, Rvcvipt, Uurtntr month ___.__u._____ 37.77 l llrelnsu. Fund day( of March, .\. D. 1919.
10t15 \\ erramx liutmil __.u __._....___..__. 3.011( nntnnne 0.1.. IOta -........ 80.04 Witness official signature ,
\'/ FIC RINGINCOME'TAX I I Bnlanc Jan. 1 1. 1'Mil' liU.l Rvcflpt durinir month __ 83(1( .70Diwbumi'nietita my and
t Milrlcl$ -N--------------- durinir month .._ .. 60000 seal this tho 11th day of February, A.
: Plan to Itnlance Dec 1. 1'Jls> _______.___....... 169.77 Mnlancii\ March I. 1010 _-_ -- . 3811.71 0. 1819.
Develop Them Same as Keci'lpti during, month --' ___n_.__.. 2.t4! March\ 4th lute
tir 1 \\ Nrranlo iamiid .._.___..._.____. 2B.27 Bradford County, ( Seal ) W. T. WEEKS
Men in War Camps. liulnncv Jan I I. 111111 _.._.._____.____ 130.84 Stale of rlurl.la." Clerk Circuit Court.
I m.lrlct N.... IS. I IPnlunce 1 hereliy certify that I ho forenolnir itatemont
Ir p.-.. 1. lull ____.._.._.__..___ 119.15 of tho Koeiilpt and DiitbuntttmiintH. of ttie Ily U. A. WEEKS.
Ri-cfc lpt, during month .__.__.______. 8.14 fiiniln of Bradford county for the month of 2-U-5t. Deputy' Clark
Government Cantonments \\ al'rnll''* l 1..1 l .. _._.______...__.. 87.98 Vcumber. t'llH.\ January and February 1019.
1. to Be Helpful to Public\ to Bo Used 1 Knlnncv Jan. I. HUD .__..._.___..... 69.311 i I. true and corivct to the luiit of my knowlvdw -
l In Order ,, and the Work Extended to Every 1i nintrlcl No. It.Ilnluncc and bullet Notice of Guardian Sale

Revenue Part i Dt*. 1. IIII s __.___________n_. 101.26Rt W. T. WEEKS! Thirty Jays after data hereof I will
Internal Bureau of Country. I & >c(>ipt* during month ......_....... Clerk. of the Circuit Court to
\tnrrnnt aettell ..................... 86.33: (ISvoll Bradford County apply the llonornblo (;1'0. A. Gardi
..: Has Every Available Women will be trained;: In govern Iliilnncf Jan. I 1. lUlU _____.______.___ 66.00Kl.trlcl By R. A. WEEKS nercounty judge of Bradford county

Officer in Field. meat cantonments'" If plans of the Unl- N ,iA ['.'e. 1.1 ivm I -__Na.--:.-17.-:_.__.m 21 S9 I I IItnlnncv Deputy Clerk. )Flu., for an order to sell at private

( ( ell States training for R,'ci>lptH Uurlnir month' .......___..__ l.os sale the one-fifth undivided, interest of
/ corps womencarried .i Warrant liuwd ___.___....._..__.... 481) + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Charles I Francis Hunt minor heir of
re out. The corps organized llnlnncv Jan I. lul'l! .. .____u___... 20.74 + LKCAI: -NOTICht 'Ie
PENALTIES IF women war workers Washing-. f I Pl.lrl.'. N*. |1.nulnnco Frnnk[ Hicks, deceased( in nnd to tho
J SEVERE YJ + Ia Di-c. 1. lt'1' .................. At.16 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + following described lands: situate an,1heinie
under the direction of Miss Su- ? Rtvfipi durinir month .............. 4110nirnnt 1
DELAY BEYOND MA4" Cocroft of Chicago, has been \\' lumuxl 1 __-_ _......._..___-_. 811.30llnlnnci in Bradford! county Flu., to-wit :
Jan. 1. IDIB : ( Soutliea.it Quarter of Northeast
Into ii permanent organization liio------ 18.061 I OUDKIt: FOR Pl'lll.ICATIOV Quarter
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t ; >., tlintrlrt__ __...__ ____ In Circuit ,Court Slnlo' nf rlnrldn, Kluhth and, Northeast Quarter of Southeast -
With I tli* due date'1 for Ing/ up women physically and ttnlancv T c. 1. HIM u _. 08.21Recelple Judicial Circuit llrndliml Cuiinl, In ('Imncery. -
'in for dlirlnir month nu __-__u 4 Art Quarter, also 4 acres on tho I K
I only a few weeks away' tin place:" they aI'1e1S. Warrant, {1.'lI..1) _ ____.u. .___h___. 19.00 W. A. Leo. side of Southwest of Northeast
Quarter
this far-reaching tnj industry and In the Balance Jan. l. 1915.____._u__..___ 61.8111 Complainant.Euln -
e of Dlotrtrt N. 1". I. .. Quarter Sec.:1I.: 1'1'.7. Itansro,: :2-!:! ;
comes 'ms startedEverybody Jon generally. & n Balance Drc. 1 1. 11HS ._.___.n_._ __._ 65.78Oselate n..r..nd"nt."lItll mil the Southwest Quarter of Northwest
] au'' the corps. On the Winanli,,, iiwiiid n:_____._____. .... 440Balnncf nii-d in the above iy .1.ted apurndid CMIIIIItluil lo I<:ula tho Quarter and West Half of Northwest -
Jan I I. 1019 _.____n__.. 06.68 I.cc, the* defendant theti'in named I I. Quarter of Southwest Quarter.
A nonrc.iilirnt -
I wit 11 Miss Cocroftlupert '
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Incoini oust k> kdi1't Dl.trltl tl.Illlnnce of the Suite of Florida, and xh. I I.a I. Sec. :'CJ J Tp. 7 Kjnue 22 also tho I n
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n or Iluo, Gen. 1 Doc. 1. 1IU8 ___.___.. .____ __. 14.S1 resident of Atlanta. G.......I... ;
ofllces ) i\i>r th. niri
Ui c, iptu fluring month ___..__....__. Os> .8sV of twenty-nno It 1 IH thorcfnrw onlorcidthat Three Quarters of East Half of Southeast -
are SAI ereRrrldr' ,Gen. J. F. Kerr, \ uriint 10 l flu..l, ... __..____ _.___. 1610 Radl noti-rtnldiint yearn ;; diifendant. ; IH ; Quarter of Sec. 52 .
and i I. TI 7 Range
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wife ,' __ __ _.__. __.
I I of the sec- I'l'iincu Inn I I. llUO" u 07.81 hue\ by required to appear to the bill nf .
k nhel T. Itourd- lll.lrlrt Na. 22. < plaint m.d In ..ald c"".,> nn or ln to. DIll I llnlancc I>fC. 1. 1018 __..___.___n..... 19 An tin- 7th dny of April, 1. I) llil'i! "m'j (! or less.
1 Cross Mrs. , ..______._.
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toxp'ot II 't il't5| during month .u. 6.RS nllenatlotiH "f mild l hill will In- ,taken
.if the seerotruilo I \\tmmtlN,, iHHtiitl __._.____. ...__ __. 3.011' COO frm,1 by ...1.1 iK'fendnnt.It This 7th Jay of Feb 1019.
lot ) I Kninnrv' Jan. 1. 1II1K ________ n_ _..._. a2.1 I IH furl hr.ini..11,5 Dint hlU onl,'r btf W. C. HUNT.
or to ; Lime, lii.lrlrt Na. tl.Mnlnnco llHhed once n m>elf for Five ci>nm>euti\u \\l.uh'l Guardian for Charles Franci Hunt.
r 'r, and Ju- Dm 1, ll'ls 14 siI..I.IIU.H in the Bradford. County Telonraiih' , .
are :: I a "'
.luring nth"===.:::::=::=: 11.001w piiMlHhed In nnnl Comity and Slate. 2-7-Ct.
IDeo'ot ,o military ? ',"nl. ifturil __ ____ .. -__n_... -. 16.50 pvC Thin Mnreh 4th. 11)19.
[so of repot llnlnnro' J,,". I. 1 10ll _nunnn_ 11.3S W. T. WKRKM.i : --
1e Iliatrlcl No. 24. i Seal Clerk Circuit (' Notice
lSe ,.. ____.__ .__..__ "urlI
Balance 0.- 1. It'll ---- 10s 27 By It. AV I':.:KII. Six months after dale hereof I will
the KrceiptN* dining month ._...u____.__ 8.AtWarrnnut \ IViuity Clerk.
InKiiod _- ___un______..__ 21 IMllalnncf \. *. ('In:ws. )present my vouchers. , and final accountto
i a part .1,,". t'. IIIII> __u _n_____._ HH.0.1, Solicitor for Complaliiant. 8-7-M. the Hon. Cco.! A. (:Gardiner County

t Ire reuse as- D... 1 I.M.lrlrt IHIS ___No._____28.rtfilnnce n._._.____ 2s.15 I ---w Judge,: of Bradford County, Via., and

!II<>ci tiitH" during month ___nn_...__ 1U0.OS Notice I ask for my final lischn.rni; as admin,
km be Warrant U.uod. __ _ __.. 2.I6.A7:
nU.n Six months after date hereof I will
istratrix of tho estate of J. E, riiirton
exerrhesa- lMldrnf( .Inn 1. lt>19 ._u_-________ 11.41 ,
m.trlrl N.. id.Bulnncp present my vouchers and flnnl accountto deceased.This .

Dec 1. I''H> ___________.__.__. 182.05ttrceti't the lion. Oeo.; A. Ciiirdiner, County 'Jlth tiny of 101!)
January
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give diirma month ....___u_.... 01.80
sect I Warrant l..ilid u__.....___._.... IK.10llnlnnc. Judgo of Bradford County, Fin., anti EVELINA: BARTON
neve'requh pub. t .- .Inn, 1. 1010( --_ -_____ 181.75 ask for my final discharge: na nilministrutor 1-l1mo. Administrntix.OltllRU .

Faskedfmton- gg l k Balance DrC. 1. Diitricl 11US __.No.._.__27.u__..___. 215.08 I of tho estate of Roderick Baker -

Incilbetweel 1 RfCclptH. tluriiiir month .._..____..... deceased. OK 1"'IlIlfATII
where Wi 'imtn IXBIUII __ _ _____.__.____n_ 883 This 21th of In Circuit, Court. Plain of Florida. Ftvhlh.Itidfrhil
who con, ITd chll- It"',"",,- dun I I. lll'( !> ..- n___.- _. 121'.r, l'1I1..rl.1 dny January, 1910. (Circuit llrndford Coiinly. In Chnalmii -
J. II. KlTCIl.
Nil. ID.Inlanco I C.r9.
cations:1Any 'IDe so Die I 1. IIUS!' ..._u________.. Bd 90ti 1-21-Omo. Admnistrntor. .\ :MrMillnn.Complainant..
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uniH >ci>ipt* durfntr month n 3.31 .
Washtoo An attractive blue duvetyn trotteur \VniiiintH" i".u.d __ .__ ____. ____ __ 12!' -- H /
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net Income lostuma with chenille embroidered lalnnetJan.. I I. 1910---------------- 61.01 Notice Application for Tux Heed \. H. MrMillan..
and widow! wurllzed DUlrlrl So. 29. fondant.
owe
rled who on test and sleeve of henna crepe. ialnnci-- ".-. 1. luis .__ _.._...________ 2221 fader Section H of Chapter IHHH, II nplirnrint, ,, "; by ntriila\it. Mppi-nili to. the. bill
persons WmIpI"> during month ___.un______ 64 17 Laws of 1'lorlda tiled rn the ubn,...,..led cailmi. I lull A. H. McMillan
their husbands 01' (war lo- ......____.____. ,
\\nnniitn" (HKiH-d 5 6J tin di-fi>tidiiiit' tlieroin niiini'il. INn
purposes of the 1111'0unmlll'I'led. Beers to BLACK AND WHITE REVIVED InlandJnn. I. ll'l'l . .__ ___n._ .__ 80.H* Notice is hereby given that A. A, non-n-Nidrtit' the Mtatti of Flnrlhrnl
Dlolrirt Na. 31. I IHulnnro Douglass) purchaser of Tax Certificate I thai( n'Hldi'iiee I I. .unknown .beinir over th I .
I>.... I. 1U1S uuuu__ 2S.78 i No. 25 tinted the 7th of June age of I twenty, ...... yi-aiii.: It I.I then-font nrili -
Any married person llvtn. 11 wi d I I Ito every Magpie Combination Part of New Ih's'lpls durinir month u.n____ r day .,led, that Ha'd' noit-n.ldcnt dffemlant. be and
__ __ __ ____.___._ I A. II. 1897! has filed said crrtillcnte ,. .
or husband whose 1013 net Income wai part t 7? after theSystem Craze for Bright Colors-French Warning Umii'd 12AOI, he IH h.r by riulreil| to nppinr' t I.l Ihv bill ofroniiilamt
Inliince Jan. 1. 11I1t _ ___ __________ 11.16 in oflk'n and, bus rondo.| application,! Illed In imid,, COIIHU on or beforv Mon
JJ.OOO pr over. The Income of both vI kt'.0 men Blue I la Popular. January II 1019.Binilr my the 7th day of April A. l>. 11119 el her-
husband end wife must be considered I Iin the wu Kcept that ..r
with the earnings of minor It will bo suited The revived Interest In the block of Klnrl.ln. with law. Said certificate embracesthe .. award by mild difemlantIt
together for
t .hereby certify that the fnrcirntnir ntntpment t tnf i in further ordered IhnL thm, order lie publiHluil -
children If any.Revenua the training ui .- tnd white or magpie combination Is thp Ilrerlpte and tHbuniement of the fund I following described property sit I onee n week for night iiHecutive. week
i In anrromiclutT"W? for if Mindfiird, County f:>r the month :of: Ihicemhcr i! ulltl'lln, Jlrnlfur.ll'uunty. Via., to-wit : : In the llrndroril, (County" 'IHeirraph n nciwupalier -
of this
of the
Bureau Offers Aid i purpose really part new cruzo LOIN. '. trui' nnd correct to the beat, of my i' SW : piilillNhed In mild County and Htatii.
of Sec.
Each person In the United States i corps. MIjs Cocroft Its organizer and bright colors!: for as far ns! the effects kn .iwtdK! and bruit. I IB. Quarter SK: Quarter, fi, Tp. I 'I'hiH) .latiuary 'JHth. 1919 .,
director mid "\Ve wish n I'OJ>I'F.LI.. f, U. 1ft! 4(1( A. The sold land being asuR'sst'd %v. T. WKIOKH.Clork : .
who Is In either of these classifications i : to utilize the concerned black and' white In combInation I IC"nly
of Fublio Circuit Court.
must get busy at once If penalties are knowledge' of what the camps have hns nothing to do either with Bradford Snpirlnlfnilent County. nt the date of the issuance! of It. 1\. WKKKS.S.nil : : .

to be avoided. lie should secure a I done for men mentally aud physically, ill block or all white, and it Is sure --. InOlrueu"n'l ;such certificate in Ihe name of M. J. : ( ) IMillty Clerk..

blank Form 10-10 A for reporting net and I to npiily this same knowledge to to come to tin foreground only In sea-! f'I'I \1("MI. RT'\T.'n:.. foleman. Unless said certificate shall .1. K: KtJTCII..Solii'itiir; ; .for Complainant. 1.,11-flt.

Income up to $.">,alo<> or Form 1010 II the conditioning of women while the Ions when women of fashion go In for 'only M..nlhlflnlln.IRI I Col !tin months titnlenu'nt of 'Piiciinlii-r 'Illlrt.' ..Innimv 1 lie redi'omed according to law, tax

his net Income exceeded that amount 1 public mind Is quickened to this utility bright, high,: colors. : and, r, to unrv. ll'lilfienernl .

Fonus are being distributed, ,by" Collectors I BO that all men and women, the During the war little of It was seen ; __Fund__ __ S7H.22'I n ( ty<1 1l
Balance are 1. 1I11!! u h..U II.JI.JI.It.IWlIt.JtJJCJCJUOCDJJIiICJCUJIItJWJfJf.ICJIlCrJ) / ( ( ; : : :: : .lt )CUIUrll1l.IflC.IC.ICJWII1UJWIJIlCJIJUII: ) (; :
and their l "eputles, also by bunks young/ the middle-aged tho old, may It was' too vivid too striking, too gay Pm. eta -lurlnir: month 32M111111: I II' l 1i :

By following the Instructions on the be given nu opportunity to, heneflt t,y But with the new Interest .In bright r i'I: ,,iir.rmi HIM. ilmlnir month . ._ "R7.001"In. ( f IK
I I'In'm.Miiiih' I I. l 111111 -
forms a correct return can be (preparedat outdoor life regularly supervised and :rut'.. It has. como to Its. own and If i>"H F..'Irltur. Fund

home. It u (person needs advice or : trained under xcml-inlllliiry discipline bound to be seen In many of tho new MnliinlMi 0.-.. 1. 111111 munth_ -.___ _.__... _.___._..4159 2UH.20 R 1 Export Trade Ii Iila
It.r'inls during
aid, the Deputy Collectors In the Hold and under the supervision' of competent frocks and may find acceptance In Dfhl tifx. m.-M8 iliirlnir month- . All 07
will furnish this without charge. medical and ,_ 4AII1IIH\
/ I nursing assistance.! Some of tho mld.season millinery. Itnbnor :March I. 101" hi

The new Revenue In1luc'M the Income Because of the sentiment connected IhIII', ....- Di'C I 1. 11HS hunt Fund _ lnIlO.IIO] :i Latin AmeritaWhat II
Tax duty on citizens. and I resi GRACEFUL FOR THE BALLROOM with French blue and' the actual fact II'r.nts .luilnir mouth 28111.10Ih.Lnn.'nt.
dents. The Internal Revenue liureauIs I iliii-lnir mcmlh .SOMO: .47Iliiliinn.
that It Is. very becoming/ most women March: I I. 111111! _. - ttOl.MtlOulKlnnillnir r Sells Here Sells There
Its work with
sending men to right
the Fund
ilrcsxinakcrs" are bringing,: out
the public to get the tax and the returns Unto'" Di'C. 1. 11'IS _ __ _ __ 317.SO '
In.Vllh active cooperationevery accessories' in this color. There are 1/' ... 1 It.li. luring month ._ . 603.07 Manufacturewiliing lo market (heir products in l.nlm, America will
French blue handkerchiefs, slippers eit'T > < UK IIl(4)
I-'KKII:
tux due Mllrl'll'l will be paid ss and stockings ; there are blouses of It SlWEEKS KAKMKIi tt! be benched by communicating, wills our L.xpnrt: ' Bureau.Ve can tell
and every return required. by law will
:Hade. of handkerchief. linen and goods ,llirotiKh
be In the Revenue olllce on time ; one your \ ourNative
I I
3l the foremost designers of tailored In every lot of hogs on feed two or
Are Allowed.A .
Exemptions suits in the country' uses French blue three fatten quickly and actually eat Sales Representatives
single person ,Js. allowed l a personal blouses' frilled. from neck
to waist Under less than others. If J1 would fatten I
of $1 (">O. It he Is {
log exemption In his household, relatives who support-are r suits of covert cloth. like these the entire ilfovc would be, and) trade connections. Publicity' in Iwo hundred Latin American

dependent upon him he may claim tile IY ready for the market six weeks earlier :' Newspaper' and Iwo hundred) Salon (Motion IVlun Thrnlrrs) in
Life. sit weeks' feed, is an

the status same of the exemption head/ of an a. family If married.A who. has "Young/ man there Is nothing wore item aril that to you save fully understand.The 1. p South and Central America will carry the story' of your products' straight' ;

married person who !lives. with than high life on u I low "lIll1ry.Rld hog that fattens easily must lie, I-I', 'lo ,the Merchants' Business Men, Buyers and Consumers of f llie-itr SoulliAmerican !
the wise who Is always giving iuivtce. Thom-
A.
mini in prime condition. The U.
,
wife or husband Is allowed a perisnnlexemption Countries,
y, $ "(lh I Lori know" replied the fur 11y: .
is conditioner
of 52.1))("). The bend' of a :; as', HOK powder a
young man who knew a thing; or two hogs It keeps their system clean '
family Is entitled to cliilui a simile :: Co-operative Catalopues
personal. exemption. himself "It's miwirxe than low life and l healthy and ennbles them to fatten "f

An additional' exemption of $20( ) Ii 5va 151 on a high Hillary."-Florida Times- quickly without falling a prey to \\'(' are assembling our 1910 I I caliiloguf prinU' in (he language, of f the
SrF 4 Union. usual diseases of holl' '. The It.
allowed for each person under eighteen n the '
South and Central American Republics.
----- -- -- is not stock
Powder
who ,
or Incapable of self support A. Thomas' flog

was", dependent) upon and. received hli FINANCIAL STATEMENT COUNTY SfllOOt food. It's straight medicine and! we interested tall
FUNDS If write, wire or
I
chief support from the taxpayer.A Superlntondfnt'a monthly nnnnefnl( Ntntv- took the agency hreiitue it enables you

husband and wife living together! meat of llrmlfiird county for the month ofUT.mlwi ''to feed out your hogs. much earlier.
', mn.Ipnrml.
are entitled to but one personal exemption ( Hchnnl Fund. Sold byJ. ALLIED AMERI CAiaASSOCIATION

of $2OdO.() If they make 'separate M.ilnnce D'.. 1. 1 IH ._-303K IH\ C. Manning, Stark".

returns the exemption may bo Receipt Warrant during ittnufl month_ -_ -7nll 41111.69, !MIlalnnco Douglass & Knight, Lake Butler. I IL'
- -
claimed by either or divided.' Jan. I. 1919- .- _.- -ids.niDlntrlct \V. L. Overstreet" r.nwtpy. 1 ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A.

Accuracy Required. Bulnnce [I.e. I. "IU1S. -1Vo. 1. HII.7If.'e.lplo :I A. I). Andrews Raiford.J. t

Absolute accuracy Is necessary In ilurlnir month --_____- 1.It V. Jones Hampton.-Adv. lcit: ttl>4it mmmmDt7S7tat5mmt7rororJmmmf7tAmmmllfellDL7c/mmtCNmmmmmmtnm: ) ommmmtpa"A
making up Income figures Any person Warrant Imiur'l -.- 1'<.117
1 Valance Jan. I. 110111 __. ,______.____. \3:>Mtl
who Is for shouldfled -- -
working wages
y l>i.trlel No. 2.Kalanee .
out exactly how much he received ? mr tC 3 Dee I. IBID ____....__...____. 10.81'
during the whole year 1D1S. Fees, Kvcoipt clurlnv month ---. l"I.2t
Issued| . 15745
warrant |
batik Interest bond Interest dividends, Overdraft J.n. I. 10111 .- -- 40.70I

rents rel'l'lvpdlnd/ all other Items Miji4i Dlitrlet No. J.Ralane in Full"That
t I Due. 1. 1'Jltt "I\ IIReceipt Receipt
must be reported correctly. Mere durintf month _-....__... 212 00
guesses are not accepted, for they are Warrant* IH.U.M! .- SH7.S1
unjust alike to the taxpayer and the UnlnncK Jan. 1. 1"IU _n_____.___.__. 19.31

Government' and defeat the proper administration u Halaneo D.... 1, lllKtrlrl IDiot -No.4. 203.0S

of the, law. Receipt durlnir month -........-
I j \\arrunt iuvd _ _.................. fl*.11\!*
Italancr Jan. I. 111111 .- 155.26! bill of rink. You don't
* * * * * *' * * IMnlrtrl No. I. is what you have for every account' you pay by ( even

4 Kalnnco. 0.-... 1. lam .- 64.71 need to make II memorandum of the payment. 'I he bank' keeps the. account for you.
k, eelpt durinir. month ___.-...- '2A
INCOME TAX IS '4 ..-ranU l heuwl l .--_____- 4 ii'l'
TRULY POPULAR. i Balance J.n. I. 1919-____-.- 67.711
ln.lrlrl Na. (. -
Ovsr.lraft Dee. 1. 1101>* __..___ _.______. 1121R Your Cash Always BalancesYou
"The payment of Income taxes I ,'C.ipt* during month -.... 1.211
takes! on a new significance, Warrant imiwil. durlnir month ......

which should,) be understood by : O'rnlrart. Jan. t. lllltt -... 0.83

every cltl/.en. The taxation sys- .1 I I' Balane D.... 1.Ilintrlct ItflS ---I\----.7..--------- 107.79 have no trouble hunting, up receipts! and! rrccipled bills. Just call on the bank
tem of this Is truly I This rich gown !I. carried out entirety I'I Receipt during month _.....-_..._.. HMarranU
country popular __ check and yob have the evidence complete.Ibis .
'I of gold brocaded metal cloth draped IK.UIM! -.-. ._. ISM for your .
of the people, by the people Ualancv .Jan I. IttlO\ ...._- OJ'.J';
and for the people. Every )nto long graceful lines. I' Dl.lrlrl* Nr>. II.I .
I HttUnce Dee I. lulu ..___.__.. II 9.nt .IU bank solicits your deposits large or small and invites' you to pay your bills throughit.
citizen Is liable to tar nnd the :II I > ilur nil month ___...._....-.
amount of the tax 'Is graduated :I Protect Lace. Marntnlii <.ur"l -. nun....... ".211 Its the SAFE way.

according to the success nnd fortune Many of the black gowns are of Halanev Jan. 1.lll.tricl 111111 .:0... O.- (6.74

attained by each Individual lace--and' sometimes black chantllly ll..lnnrv. ".... I I. 1UIK\ -..... 71.7 Vt'e pay 4 per cent' on vmgV*account, compounded quarterly.' : F'laceyour Liberty, '
In of the r i.c... during month .. ..... 1.2'J
availing himself oppor- white Is ii>ii -
Is mounted over cat in. This
other valuables! safety' deposit box. cost is small.
Warrant lufd -.-.- 4.'" Bonds and in a
tunltles created and preserved
very distinguished. when the lace la Halnnet. Jan I. 1919 .- 7Illitriet
by our free Institutions. The. Dew but chuntllly which Is an heIrloom >... 10.
method nnd degree of the tax la Balance [*.. |. late .t.. tl .H
idiouM never be put over white r', r.ne: during month _.- 1.6'1
determined by no favored clan" or any light tint. The old It rare, Warrant l"u.1 -.- 111.811 BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
but h.v; the representatives' of the Ha.anec Jan. I. 1911 -... 102.44:
lace tears (easily nut mending of
any
DUtrlcl Nu. Ii.Raianp. .
The
people the
proceeds of tax 4 the fabric however delicately done, !>..,. 1, 111111 ...._....._.__ 14.11
should be regarded as a national R..effT'*<* durintf month -.-. 4'04 Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
Investment."-Itunlel C. Roper, thows up unpleasantly against, the Warrant .u..d. -...-. 1'1
Commissioner of Internal Reve- light lining. It Is always best to Balance Jan. I. 1W19.__._____- 4J.4I ESTABLISHED 1889
mount valiuble old laces. 'Dl.lrltt N. II
nae. over a "drop"of STARKE FLORIDAIr
Balance Dee. 1, 1919 -.- 2(2.03 ,
-, tulle or to veil the lace frock with Receipt during month __..________.. 2tl

* * * * * ** ** * * I tulle If thus can be done without snod- I II L, Warrant Kalanc Jan i L.ued 1. UIII-._- ITO 74X4 1*


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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. STAKKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919

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HKOOKKRBrookor :Mrs:\ L; 'T. Osteen is.Improved after His many friends are glad toe fll
SHORT TERM BONDS '
,y a few dllYs' illnesgtJ. back. '--N"
:Mar 7-J. J. Morgan made Morgan made a business trip to Mrs. Ada Sure '11I"1'' received I ,(r
AT HIGH INTEREST n business trip to Hampton Thursday. Luke Butler Thursday. ter from hev-' ,thf, i. .1 I, W. P 'WB

County News Items :Misses Willie :Mae/ Nabb and :Myrtle A. U. Surrency made a trip to son, Monday:/.' sad:>a'''oil> ( that he wa. thl',,!
:Morgan were visitors. to Jacksonville Worthington Monday at Borden,/ 1 nr< was well al

r !I FOR VICTORY LOAN Wednesday Some of the young folks here attended getting al/"K. 'tin. H" was then p,,!' 1
Inez Abernathy was in Stnrke Wed a social at the home of Mr. t paring j /' u trap through( German !!' \ .Ii''

, ''J g InUritln fact Gathered During the Week br Our I ',Fifth I Issue of- Bonds nesday evening. While there she was and :Mrs. I. W. I'inholster, Jr. carry) /y r 011I...' '"UU" trucks over the,I 1 1If 1. .

I DY j Regular Correspondents. ; 1 Liberty the truest of her friend, Hazel War- II. P. Gainey made a business trip I G. Colson hat purchased the i iv ut I"y'( 4
Will
Be Most Attractive
I Ito LaCrosse, Saturday morning. .1.1I If owned by Grandma .
Gainey
ren.F. .e
tag :
Investment of All in the Tracy returned to Jacksonville J. V. Edwards was in town Monday II street. o. '.
.______ Ma 1\:\ '
Opinion of Financial Wednesday. I attending to business. I I', L. A, Brown, one of our' I :

RAIFORI GRAHAM: ) ExpertsThe Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son, Paul, Dogan Nabb was a visitor. to Worth -''"S'ness men, was transacting rominet ,
I visitors to Starke the first of in but,
JI --. were ington Sunday morning. -ss Alachua Tuesday
tl'' Raiford, Mar. 7.-I. D. Stone, of Graham, Mar. 7.-C. B. Roberts and I fifth issue of Liberty bonds, or last week.E. Minnie Lee Clemons spent. Sunda .,Irs. Garrett {, ?j
linker county, was a business visitors daughter, Mrs. J. P. Roberts, made a ,"VIctory Bonds" as they will be called, T. Stewart was home last week with Willie Mae Nabb. J [ of Jacksonville, ? : ,i
4, here Thursday. business trip to Gainesville Monday. I iwlll offer the Investor the most attractive on account of sickness.It S. V and R. Andreu are.spenda on a visit with relatives. i

Marion Browning, who has been Messrs. Jas. Reynolds, Tom :Mills opportunity of any Issue made seems that an epidemic of hic few days of this week on a fisj Brown made a shipment 01!
home on a thirty-day furlough visiting and R. W. Surrency were in Starke I by the government, according to a coughs is passing through our community expedition.Miss ta> LaCrosse Tuesday
relatives and friends, returned to his Tuesday on business. tentative agreement made by SecretAry as a number of the men folk Mamie Pinholster an
't camp last week. Mrs A. Lane and Mrs. D. J. Byrd of the Treasury Carter Glass with have been suffering from it. Smiley and little daughter, cons, manager of the But '",
4 Rev. Summers filled his regular appointment and daughter, Mabel, visited friendsat ,the ways and means committee of II. P. Gainey had the misfortune to were visitors at the homes Pentine works of thu!':, .:
ling his
at the Methodist church Louise Monday afternoon. the National House of Represents. lose a fine horse one day last week. Mrs. I. W.. Pinholster PJM turpentine qua!. ""

; ? Sunday evening. Owing to the rain Dewey Strickland, of Hampton, wasa ,Mires. We are glad to report Grandma Anderson Pinholster Saturday a .Surrency. rk. and Maljjhun': ,.
ha there was no service in the morning.J. business visitor here Tuesday. It Is considered probable that the able to be moved to the homo Mrs. B. Connell'' a'S

II. Ritch, of Jacksonville, spent Tom Woodruff, of Palatka, was here bonds will pay a higher rate of Inter. of her daughter: :Mrs. J. E. demons. spent last week wit
.. the week-end here with his family, Tuesday on business. eat than any of the previous Issues, Miss Nellie Strickland spent Sun- Lydia Anderson.F. at Homa ,t'n
who have all been sick with the flu. Misses Vinnie Lane and :Mabel Byrd that[ they will be Issued for shorter day with her parents near Starke B. Johns, oj| amt., fray ti,

,; i Miss Loca Johnson, of the Lawtey were in Hampton Tuesday. 'terms, maturing in from one to five Mrs. Mahr, of Boston, Mass., Is ness visitor her; nm a hey

,, High; School spent the week-end here, Chesley frogg mud a business tripto lyears. here at the bedside of her grandmother Mrs. W. Mall, t't'
the guest of her ,aunt, Mrs. Dora Ty- Gainesville Wednesday The governmenf does not wish to Mrs. Lydia Anderson. Mrs. Mahr I eral of her ur, -- } .
Alfred McKinney, of :Monteocha, lassume the obligation of a high Interest came via of Chicago and St. Louis, arriving phurs, of St ,
son.We are glad to see that Nelson passed through our burg Wednesday rate for a long period of years,, here Feb 28th. | Rev Woo,

t u Ritch and family, who have been sufferers enroute to Sampson City. but Is willing to pay an attractive rate L. Morgan spent Sunday here with. day to fill It.'
with the flu, are able to be up :Mrs. Bobbie Surrency left Wednesday during the present unsettled conditions. relatives. \ Dedan chu
p again. for her home in Tampa, after a It Is expected that events will Marvin and Lucian Hnz.en'were business Jenieand 111

Rev. E. C. Wells began; a protracted week's visit here with relatives. co shape themselves In the next few visitors to Starke Thursday af- SundEubankq i
meeting Sunday, meeting to continue Dr. :Middle-ton, of Hampton, made a years that a holder of these short ternoon. ?; '

i through a week or ten days. trip here Wednesday. term bonds, after drawing a good In- :Mrs. McDonald, of Jacksonville, was :Mrs.

S .A. Bryan spent the day in Jacksonville Mrs. Kinnrd and children left Wednesday terest rate until they mature will then I here Saturday and met with the Wood and S
+ i{ Friday. for their home in Georgia, after ,be able to "cash them In' and Invest men Circle. On account of the bad gan

Captain D. W. Purvis, who Is employed a few days' visit here with her' the returns In business or In other weather only a few of the members Lit

at the Marianna Reform School sister, Mrs. L. C. Smith. forms of securities at an advantage were present. | sick.parc.
was in town Monday, greeting his Messrs. Jas. Reynolds: and J. R. ous time. For this reason It Is expected I). J. Byrd, of Graham, attended the 4
x many friends.. Bevill made a business trip to Starke that the new bonds will find a Masonic lodge here Saturday after-! E.weri.

Mrs. II. W. Raiford and sister, Miss Monday. ready market. noon. j I L
Lucy Perry, returned home Thursday O. W. Dyal was in Hampton Wed Secretary Glass announces that an Mesdames Byrd, Graves nd Lane, afteM +
w w after spending a few days very pleas nesday on business Intensive popular campaign for the of Graham attended the Woodmen :
antly in Jacksonville with friends.J. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Smith, of Gaines- Victory loan will start not later than Circle meeting here Saturday after daysed
C. Jones, who Is employed at ville were here Thursday on business. ''April ::1. It Is not expected that any noon. They were accompanied by t

Perry, spent the week.end here with Mrs. Jones, of Sampson City, was definite statement all to interest tax exemptions Miss Mabel Byrd. Fr ida'
.d his wife and baby, returning to Farr here on business Vhursday. or other details will be made Mrs. Smiley and little daughter, .E. 'i
ry Monday night. Messrs. D. Blote and Alva Saxton, ,rauch in advance of that date, as conditions Doris, of Blackshear, Ga., are visiting his wr

r Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Roberts and ) of Hampton, mode a business trip here I are constantly changing. But their aunt, Mrs. W. Pinholster. few d. I II
that the new bonds will be made an attractive Miss Ward vis- '
children, of Worthington, spent Tuell. ; Thursday. Olga was a pleasant Mrs. l l lL
day, the guests of their father, A. D. !' J. R. Seville made a business tripto investment is considered certain itor in the Pine Hill community Sat in towing ,
Andrews. Monteocha Wednesday. urday and Sunday. th' G

Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Jones, of Baker ,, :Mrs Walker, of Hastings, is "ere Secretary Make Statement Brooker was visited by another L L
county, spent Monday in town. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. \ An official statement Issued by Secretary heavy rain Sunday. cle.The. I .

While here Mr. Jones bought the George/ Stone, this week. I Glass follows: Quite a crowd attended the school ternoon t u,
"The Victory Liberty Loan campaign of Pino Hill PriHriv.Miss I Doe u .. hurt a bit! Drop a little !
Buick owned by J. C. Jones. :, Odell Abernathy and sister,_Bent- closing some v as at- 1 .
will begin: not later than April 21. Therequirement :ub dia--Pinh i t; Freezone on an aching corn, instantly ;
reached is t
News i here Sunday of the trice, made a business trip to Waldo I spendIng teiuiod ad supper
death of Mrs. :Mamie Johns, daughter Wednesday. of the treasury are Imperative this week with Miss Edna Bax- servedRemethb;\\1 that corn stops hurting, then. you lift }

of Mr. and Mrs. John Wester. The Messrs. Lncy and Leston Wynn, 1 Dr. I and cannot be financed without ter. xt Saturday it right' out. Yes, magic 1!

Ii I body was shipped, here for burial, arriving I ,V. E. Middleton, of Hampton, were. such a campaign.!:: The form and Harvey Baxter was on the sick list and Sunda ,Tonary Baptist A tiny bottle of Freezone store costs but but is
terms of the securities to be Issuedremain a few cents at any drug 't
funeral here business.
Sunday night The Thursday on part of this week. church. .
I .
hard corn
to be delel'mlnl'd.h..lh. sufficient to remove every
ti a service was conducted by Rev Sum Mrs. O. ,1. Abernathy and Mrs.. AlvaDyal they be bonds or notes. It In absolutelyessential :Mr. and Mrs. C. Roberts, of Ala- :Mrs B. Snpp, of Theres'ta' spent a ,,i soft corn, or corn between the toes,
'
She leaves to her death in Starke Thursday.C. t
mere mourn were I
that the widest I possible hua, are spending this week at the few days of last week here with her I and the calluses, without soreness or
mother, father four sisters, M. : of Louise,
u two McKinney was
home of A.
B. .
measure of distribution be realized Surrency. pnrl'ntsIr.! and Mrs. T. B. Shirley.George irritation.
,I brothers, n husband and one child. Her 1-ere) Thursday on business.
: This will necessitate a campaign ol .T, J. :Morgan/ is improved at this Crosby clime home Tuesday I Freezone is the !sensational discovery -
death, it is understood, was caused by Messrs. Blote and King, of Hampton -
an overdose of strychnine, death re- were hero Friday on business the same character at that conduct.. d1n writing and we hope to see him out fl'omo'folk- Va., where he has beenin of a Cincirmatl/Cenius. It Is won-

sulting almost instantly. Her hus I Miss Minnie Howling of Waldo, washre | the past through; the existing Liberty again soon. camp for the past several months. derful.-Adv. No. 284.

bund lU'fompiinied the body here, the i Friday visiting her sister, Mrs. Loan organize, ions. They liavi'pludgeil --
again: their u. Ited support In I
I uriul taking place Monday afternoon C. B. Roberts./
j| :Messrs. It. R. Jones, Percy and Curl order tbat the Victory Liberty Loan -
bonds' or notes may b' distributed nIwhlt =- V
Jones and VV I Byrd made a business
CLAY HILL Gainesville ly as possible among the Anurl-;
trip to Friday. i "
Claude Birt mid wife were here Sat can people.'
Tills furnishes the first official .
Clay Hill Mar. 7.-The farmers in urIIIY.tU"Nt/ of her parents, :Mr. and I police As for
_ of tho date of the anti looking
campaign, we are
-d this Hertion lire getting randy to plant Mrs. A. Lane. j ;
'disposes of the rumor that .securities
theif crop! Mrs. Ben Wilder spent! the week-end ,

'l', nnd I.1Cnrtl'r Sunday with spent his Saturday grandparents night) Ethel in Hampton Strkl<1nnd.with her daughter, Mrs. I I1 I I Instead would bo of disposed being offered of among the the general banks) )I normal business conditions ''r :

9f :Mr. and !Mrs S. J. Starling. :Mr. and :Mrs Jl. J. Byrd, daughter, public. Workers Are I :
II. 11. Hudson was a caller in this :Mabel Mrs. :Maude\ Graves and :Mrs.A. Busy
Reports received from chairmen and
community Saturday evening. Lane motored over to Brooker Saturday i
Earl Curler passed through our afternoon. While there they other members of the Liberty Loan or- ,
/
burg/ Saturday morning/ attended the Woodmen Circle and Mu I ganUatlons all over the country and we are pleased to
especially In the Sixth Federal, Reserve I
H. II. I'adgett was transacting business :Masonic lodge. I ,
/ / ,
_ .
Dinti'lpt. gives assurance Hun I
In Highland/ Saturday evening I ;Mrs Bessie Wynn and. little daugh'ter / 1 j I II i
the faithful workers In
I K. II. Carter and son, Henry, motored Thelmn. of Sampson City, spent I former cai.ipalgns 'I
do not intend to quit until the the
,
over to Jacksonville :Monday of Saturday here, guests of her parents, quote following prices -
Job I Is finished. Organization is b>'
the j>lut week mid returned the same ;Mr and Mrs. I Frank Abernathy "ling perfected well In advance and i
day. :Mr. and! Mrs. L C. Smith were in
plans laid for a brief and effective
S. J. Starling granddaughter/ / S'taike Saturday on business. I
.
Miss Carrie, were among the visitors Mrs. Alma Surroncy and (children of I campaign.Four types of bonds are now being I to our customers:
Muxville: Thursday Old Bradford spent the week-end .
considered by the Treasury Department
r :Mrs. Percy Siiywnrd, who has beenspending' here with relatives
I: to suit varying tastes. In
/ n month with her parents, Misses Onie anti Bunie Graves attended Their
Mr. and !Mrs. II. B. Hudson[ left for the peanut shelling atVnt.lo vestments. principal ID'/' / Flour $12.00 barrel
are; per Meal
her home Friday at Boston, Mats( She | Saturday evening at the home of Mr. One class of bonds at a low cents per pound

will spend a few days in Jacksonvillewith and Mrs. Autumn Youn bloo.1. cf interest, possibly four per cent, and Grits 3.85 per sack Oats white clipped $2.85 sack

her brother and family N. D Jones made a business tripto exempt from all federal taxation one I Rice 10.00 sack
;
per Sweet Feed
sack
$3.05
guaranteed
!Miss Edith Starling. was the guest I Hampton Saturday
At a comparatively high rate
i of her grandparents Friday. evening Marvin Ogden. Miss Florence Wal- five per cent and subject; to possibly all-I Sugar 10 cents per pound Best Dairy Feed on the market
We are sorryto report that E.: II. ker and aunt, Mrs. Will Jones attended I
federal taxes third Lard 36
; a bearing a mod I cents pound
I is the sick this the I I per $3.35 sack
Carter on list week. !peanut shelling at Waldo rate of Interest
1" crate
,
perhaps! 43 4. percent
:Messrs. Karl Carter II. S. and C. Saturday evening and exempt from normnl income Green Coffee 20 cents per pound Salt kiln dryed 95 cents sack
B. Starling were transacting business Henry Ward, of Sampson City, was
and fourth
tax a class
; exempt from Navy Beans 14 cents pound
in Stnrko Saturday. n pleasantisitor here Sunday afternoon taxation up to a certain amount per Peanut Meal $3.10 per sack
\\a L. :M. Carter was: a caller to Lawtey mack Eye Peas l-2c.. per pound Corn $3.35 sack
Saturday ;Mrs. Alice Kite, of near Starke, was per
:Mr. and :Mrs Hurdle Padgett and a visitor here Sunday afternoon. "Finish The Job" MottoOf Groceries of all kinds at moneysaving Cotton Seed Feed Meal $2.65 per ;

children, Hiram, Thelmn and Willie, Union meeting of the New River Victory Loan Campaign prices sack
were /greeting friends, : in Highland on Association will convene here on the
Saturday afternoon. Pith Sunday in :March. Don't forge Eveiybndy hates. a quitter? Pillsberry Shorts, best on market Cotton Seed Hulls $1.50 sack :.

i ,l Nelson Prescott and Horace Starling everybody cordially. invited to at t'ncle Sam U going to finish everything $3,10 per sack Velvet Bean Meal $2.65 sack
were callers over to Muxville on tend.Mr. he has starud.He I
Monday. I and Mrs. Roy Roberta, of "'aI finished. one Job In France when
M II. R. Hudson was a visitor to \Max- I teroak section, spent Sunday herewith he helped to drive the Huns back
; villa Tuesday.We the former's parents, :Mr. and across. the Rhine. We also have a full line of Ftilizer at rock bot-

_ had a general downpour of rain Mrs. C. B. Roberts Uncle Sam and the Allies are finishIng .
for about six hours Mrs. O. J. tom prices such Wilson & Toomer's ,\
Sunday morning. Abernathy Is visiting her another now, at the peace table as Ideal Cane
The union meeting will convene at sister in the Wateroak section, :Mrs In Europe where they propose. to stop
Muxville the fifth Sunday in March. Roy Roberts, this week. wars. forever.We and Corn Grower W. & T. Ideal Grower with
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Ozias Prescott was! a visitor to Willard Smith attended the peanut are going to finish another }it pot:4.::4.

Highland Saturday afternoon shelling at Waldo Saturday eveningat home by paying the big bills thU ash High Grade Phosphate 16 cent Goat :
William Padgett/ was transacting the home of :Mr. nnd :Mrs Autumn war cost us per Ferti:1

business in Highland Saturday even- Youngblood.Mr. The Victory Loan will attend to lizer and Cotton Seed Meal 7
Ing.E. : Thomas of Lake Butler, was that. The job Is not finished' until the per cent. i
S. Starling' was the guest' of his a pleasant visitor here Sunday after i bills> : are paid.
The above prices are good for March 7th and 8th :
grandparents in this section Sunday.J. nOOTh I We went into this. war on a bigrale

A. Starling left for Jacksonville McKinney-Dyal: which was the only_ wnv... to n win n m.
Saturday afternoon to spend a few Quite a number;; were surprised here IWo couldn't provide men and munitions only. ;

days with friends there Sunday afternoon when :Mr. Carl :McKinney and ships and food In a hand .
Jesse Prescott was a visitor to High- of Sampson City, and Miss to-mouth way. The big scale on which

land Saturday. Dyal, of Starke, eloped and were unit Uncle Sam went to work was one The
W. II. W. Carter was greeting' his ed in marriage at the home of :Mr. and thing that made the' Kaiser quit HO Young Trading Co.

friends In this community Tuesday :Mrs J. R. Bevill at four o'clock, Rev. Quickly. He saw we were in the war \\1
W. A. Starling! and ion, Ellis were Bevillc performing the ceremony. to the finish

transacting business In Highland Saturday Those present were Misses Onie There I U to be Just one more Liberty Starke Florida

t evening. and Bunie Graves, Daisy Reynolds: loan-the Victory loan and thai 1 :
Messrs. Nelson Prescott and Earl Alma Price, Florence Walker, Vlnie will wind up the job. L

Carter were visitors to Jacksonville Lane, Mabel Byrd, :Mrs. Will Jones, It will take around five billion dot- Mail orders are carefully filled and appreciated. 1
Tuesday. i Mrs. Lizzie Wynn Mrs. Alice Kite, lars to pay the war bill. Uncle Sam '
People In this community could almost of Starke, Mrs. Eva Barry and Mrs. proposes to borrow the money from Phone 12.
catch fish on the land hills fo J. P. Bevill; Messrs. Willard Smith his nephews, on short term bonds at a
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the past two weeki. James and Oscar Wasdin, Neil good Interest rate. I
We have failed to hear of any new Doughtery, Robert Price, Henry Wardof Every man In the country Is to be
cases of influenza in this community. Sampson, N. D. Wynn, David Kelly.. asked soon to do his share In finish
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