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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 21, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 40. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 21 1919. NUMBER 38.

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BOYS CLUB WORK BEING OR. LAKE BUTLER LAWTKVLawtey ; MISS:; :MARGARET LIVINGSTON:
GAMZED IN IHl A I)FOR co. BRADFORD NEEDS ONLY HIGHWAYS KNTKRTAINS

Lake Butler, Mar. 21.-Walter Bas :Mar :SI.!\ -An interesting

The Boys Corn and Pip Clubs are sett and wife attended the Billy Sunday scene occurred at the railroad depot Last Friday evening at the ),('IIUtllul

being organized in Bradford county services in Jacksonville Monday I TO BE BANNER COUNTY OF FLORIDA here Friday afternoon It was time home of her parents Mr. and !Mrs.

this season on a much larger scale | and Tuesday. for the arrival of the afternoon train (!L C. Livingston! little Miss !Margaret

than ever before. O. W. Caswell, the Buck Driggers was among the Billy from Jacksonville, and a great crowd Livingston entertained party of the

newly appointed county agent to take I Sunday listeners in Jacksonville Mon. I had assembled. Somebody) stopped up I young folks in honor of her thirteenth

the place of Mr. Gunn, began work on day. YOU TAXPAYERS, STOP AND THINK-YOU ARE PAYING and asked I, "What's it all iibout?" i birthday

Monday. In addition to Mr. Caswell,, I Mr. Whitman has returned to his "Why, haven't you heard ?" "No!" From 7:30: ti> 10 o'clock! this Jolly
YEARS FOR
$200,000 EVERY 10 THE PRIVILEGE OF
Mr. C. R. Sapp, of Lawtey, is employ. home in Georgia, after a pleasant stay "Why Robert lllnnchard l, one of Law- party played games and 1 thoroughlyonjoyrci !\

ed as assistat county agent. Both of with Virgil Edwards and family. : STRUGGLING THROUGH THE PRESENT SYSTEM tey'g popular soldier. boys has arrival 1 themselves at this hospHablft
hard to get the I' home from Franco, has been to camp, homo The
these working pretty hostess
men are young received
Henry Sprinkle, Jr., is ill at his OF MUDHOLES AND DEEP SANDBEDS.
boys enrolled in the corn ant pig club I mustered out, and hit! folks have beento l many dainty gifts and her
J home Dekle street.
work. Already Mr. Sapp has about on J ..Jacksonville to meet him and ho friends' all Joined in wishing her many
Nash Chastain who has been ill in
i. thirty boys on his list for the pig club I is expected homo on this train." Just happy returns of the day. Towards
and the pigs will be ordered for them Jacksonville, is able to come to see his 1 Six Hundred Thousand Dollars for ed work to lay out the drains, puttingin then the whistle blew and tho crowd the close of the evening, Mr*. Livingston ! g

' this week. Other boys are expressing brother, J. R. Chastain. ': the purpose of building 65 to CO miles bridges and culverts where neededto proceeded 1 at once to get excited, for served delicious punch and cake.

i a desire to become members of the Frank Fowler and son, James, of of brick highways, steel bridges, concrete carry off the water, these roads will sure enough: it was the train. The fortunate guests were Nellie t tStearns

clubs as rapidly as they can be ap- Argentine, South America, arrived in or terra cotta culverts. stnrd the traffic they will have to bear I Everybody rushed 1 to the place where Hitzl! Warren, Ethel Giffin

proached. If the interest continues Lake Butler Sunday morning. Mr. This is the purpose of petitions now for years Brick i I" the best and the j the car stopped. Somebody shouted, Louise and Isabelle Fernandez, Margaret -

throughout the year in this pig club Fowler has been a missionary in South being circulated over the county by cheapest road building material that "Do you see him ?" Before the one !Long, Audrey Johns, Viviretta

work, there is no dought that Bradford America for years and it has been the backers of the good roads move- will give the most satisfactory ser addressed i had time to answer, the Floyd Fnnnlo )Darby, Iris Epperson, ti'Elizabeth

county will be one of the "hoggest": eight years since he visited old Lake ment in Bradford. It is the beginning '' vice year in and year out, and the wholo crowd I let out a yell, "Here he : : Brownloe, Kate Young, Free

counties in Floirda before many Butler friends. Mr. Fowler preachedan of an effort to pull Bradford out easiest to repair and to keep in good comes!" And sure enough he came. Ho Wynn, Louisn Andrews, Charlie Johns

months. And there is no reason why interesting sermon at the Baptist of tho,mud and place her in the rank condition. .' was HO excited ho almost foil ofT-- Comer Long, Levy Canova, Charlie

it should not be so. I j church Sunday evening at eight o'- of the progressive: counties of the Under the present system of roads but that wouldn't have mattered for Darby, Joe Wainwright, Walter Kuhl,

A word of warning should be issuedto clock to a large crowd, the text being" state who have had hard surfaced in this county, the taxpayers are sinking there was a large )bevy of fair ones Julian Canova, Thomas Limbaugh, s ,

the boys, that they do not let their "There is no condemnation in Christ.school roads for years and as B result have thousands! of dollars every year in I just waiting to catch him. Anjrtislliin !Long, Paul Cunova, Rufus

enthusiasm for the pig club cause He also addressed the Sunday enjoyed a rapid growth both in pop- maintaining a convict gamy and the Anti then those kisses! They came' Till 11m, Hurry ('"nova.

them to overlook the corn club. For and his son, James, gave: an interest ulation and wealth. hiring iff, free labor Every rain that so fast and thick I Robert half imagined --- .

without the corn and other feeds the ing talk at the B. Y. P. U. servicesat The petition in full is given bf'low,1 comes ijkipes out the work of weeks, he wits back again in Franco the The pulpit was decorated. with )beautiful

pigs will not amount to much. To accomplish -I seven o'clock Sunday evening.The" together with a proposed route of the I and when It is remembered! that the object; of attack-German: shrapnel flowers and the service flag wan
friends of Mr. Fowler
any thing in the corn club I many highway: county upends in the neighborhood! of could! not have overwhelmed him any hung in front. Patriotic!. hymns worn
r It is necessary that the boys begin J and son are glad to see them and To the lion A. D. Andrews, Senator; $:!o.ono(> ,;VERY YEAR for road improvements more. Well, Robert, certainly provedhis sung and two special selections went

work at once. It will be impossiblefor I talk with them. I and lIon. A. S. Crews and lIon. R. ( ? ) will com the realization value as a trained, soldier; he came delightfully! ; rendered by !Mi,,s Nellie
L. A. Rawls went to Jacksonville A. Green, Members of the House of that it would take few through that without
Mr. Caswell or Mr. Sapp to see all only a engagement: uscratch. Roberts and Mrs. Bates. The memor.
the boys in the county before it is too Monday to hear the eloquent preacher Representatives of Florida: yet.of this rate for the county to ial I address was delivered by :Mrs ,1. D.
Billy Sunday. We, the undersigned citizens of the roniNnnd To long short !lloliortL'lanchnrd
late to plant corn. Therefore every spend enough on pre-i-nt -- rut a story Randall and her r..mllrkMVl're wwll
boy who wishes to join the corn club Nahan Tomlin, of Johnstown, was Bradford County, Florida< constituting still have no mads-to put a 25- is homo once more aideverybody's placed appropriate an.lnl'flpnlng-! S '

should send his name to either Mr. looking after business in Lake But a majority of the freeholders thereof, mile brick highway through the coun happy, with RWiert' the pecially aut tho gold! star was placed

Caswell or Mr. Sapp at once. At the ler Monday. respectfully petition our Senator and! ty. guest of honor at everything that's on t tho service 1111 Ie.

same time he should l begin work on Jack Colson, of New River, was a representatives that they prepare and Mr. Taxpayer, you are sinking yourmnney going on-and. Iii i kept busy nil tho The service was all that could, have
business caller town He
his corn plot to get it in condition for to Saturday. present to the Legislature, at the coming for roads every your in u mud time either being entertained l nt ,dinner boon desired and l was reverently followed
home his -
planting. As soon as it is possibleone was ncmimpanied by daughter session to bo hold in April' and hole. You cannot build hard roads, or writing uftcrdinnor speechesfor by the entire congregation.*
Miss Jessie Mae Colson. :May of 1010, a bill in proper form, the dinner part. they ... .
eon.
of these men will call on the corn ti 'der the present system. There is an Claude' AdiliHon, (lh''plI""IIVII") tho
Carrie Brown and Anna Belle )
r cluh member and advise! him in regardto and! containing all necessary validat- bond. let H.v.If"'d" Kvenden: loft Luwtoy for f
the week-tod with their <>ne mid only one wnv- one whom the gold star' was placed.
the best method of culture, fertilization Peeples spent ing clauses, bonding the said countyof money In a lump sum, build l hard sur Tuesday bound for St. Augustine 1. The service rune to a very fitting f

etc. This advice also applies parents at Miller entered Bradford in the sum of Six Hun- frond, ronds( and the, money you am Hastings Jacksonville and other. conrluxion by the singing of
Annie Howard of Dukes I
who wishes to the '!red Thousand Dollars for the purpose be points visiting tho various churches us "V
to any boy join pig now paying in taxes can used l to "". .ri'n. the Beautiful.
is
club. not wait until the hunts school here Monday. She pleasantly if constructing two hard surfaced, bonds, tho district director of the centenary il ilr
Do agent of iv lin k these and keep up There was also a large congregation :
home her Mrs.
located at the aunt, ilS
roads of full and width, gradennd world. wide mission movement in the
proper
will of will then
you up because if you do it prob- fit e system roads you present nt the morning service to
M. Mann.
Dr. J.
ably IIP too late before he finds you. alignment, having a central vitrified have. Sunday schools lie Is expected to return which the children remained to wit-
A. C.
of
Mr.
Young was guest
/ a brick pavement of not less than tot
Send in your name at once no that a The highways planned do not yet buy. IIOHH abject lessons liy the pastor.
Strickland Saturday evening\.
tine' feet in width, with sand-Hay bermor A special I soldiers memorial service
pig can be ordered for you. For Hewitt celebrated his take in either Brookor Worthington Th'rt'11" n special children's. choirand
Kirkland
wings! and the construction of hold in Grace: M. K.: church Sun
; permanent
those who do not have the cashwith was
boys birthday last Wednesday afternoon Springs, but the ,reason for this Is that they did very creditable work In
bridges, culverts and drains, A had boon
which to purchase pigs most of the county can only bond, for $1\011.000\ ) ( day evening. program/ lending the congregational Hinging, as
from three to nix, and quite a large .-f
steel, concrete nnd terra eotta. Said arranged under I the direction i of Mrs.t
the banks of the county will be glad: friends which in not sulIU-ient to include these well us rendering a special piece In
crowd of his little were
: pre bonds to bo serial and in denominations Louis. If. (Hill and l it was fully appreciated -
for thnt
to make loans to boys
pur- the pl"nsini style.
two towns at
in the system
sent Delicious refreshments were ser- of $__ each and, not to bear a present
) tho audience
' hy big ns
The u present ..
with the spcuritv. ,
Tho
pose parent ns time. Why the present routes children's part was under ttfo
will hen- 11 !j-* , t r-1 ved.The creator rate of interest than six per ,being fitting and appropriate in every
notes < e-
Louis who
i p Womans Missionary Union nv't were laid out i.s because the old Dixie management of :Mrs. II. Hill
, 'r : . i j i ,o., >t I'lmaKh,; fur the in regular order at the Baptist church < opt per annum payable annually or Highway was planned to come thru particular.Like deserves credit for the IIITOHS of that )
omi-annually bonds to mature not
1'r boy to raise a litter of pigs for sale Wednesday, afternoon. Mrs A. C. ; from data. Bradford, county on practically tho part of the program Mr. J. D. Randall
than
!more thirty I
; and make payment on the note. Strickland presiding. yearn same route as the one' stated in the You" was given by !Miss, I'rOl'tor.I appeared, at the morning service
after
This[ is a rare opportunity for the Dixion Moore !left Tuesday afternoon optional for payment twenty of principal years rod date interest tax petition to come from the west line of DclicioiiH cake and l ten wore served. I I1 us chairman of the minute men and

farmer boys of Bradford county. Let for his post of duty. to be levied all property in Bradford the county, throuirh, 1'rovidence", , Lalce :Math Huberts: of Five Mile, was -rave n splendid, minute talk, carrying
on '
1 every one of them make use of their The lovely home of :Mr. and Mrs. A. County Florida. Butler and, on to Hampton. When trading/ in town Tuesday morning. I his paints in a very forceful, earnest

h) ', opportunity by sending: in their names C, Strickland was one of merriment (toads to IV Constructed this cunty made no move to hued Hiir- Albert Henderson visited l his wife and appealing! manner.

,t at once for membership in. one or Friday evening, as the B. Y. P. U. ( ) Commencing at the boundary faire that part of the Dixie Highwaythe lust Saturday und Sunday I IIrK. Next Sunday morning in (:r11.'e !M.K. .
a
more of these boys clubs. After sending people were delightfully enter- route was changed to pome by !\ :Mollie i Philips returned to her I I:. church another of !these extra stirring -
young !ins of Bradford and Clay counties on
\ in their names they should all do tained from eight to eleven o'clock I Iho Starke-Kingsley lake road, knownas High Springs. By taking up this homo in Elco, (:ia, Sunday morning special, services for men Is bring
, their level best to grow the best hog games were played after which ] route anti! making a brick highway out after u stay of several I months with eagerly anticipated. Whilu the sermon
many the Peek road and running west to :
and the best acre of corn it is possibleto delicious ice cream and cake were ser- and through the, town of Starke; of it, it is very probable that state aid her' daughter: Mrs. D. W. Borum. : will l h e mainly for men, women

grow in Bradford county, if not the ved. The following members and con be secured for building. other Mr. f'ruwford wits In town Sund.iy. will lie admitted Then will .be a spncinl -
thence Tn a norhtwesterly direction to
I w best in Florida. I friends were present: and' through the town of Ruiford, ; roads in the county at no further expense Miss Winnie Townsend MH returned I men's choir and some old favorite .
. : --- --- to the That is if after stay with !Miss I I stirring will lie. The
Misses :Mona Alderman, Omie Scarborough taxpayers a pleasant ximgs sung. pan-
thence In southwesterly direction to I
PRIVATE I DKAVF.R: REACHES i Henrietta Rosenberg, Wilma a this bond issue is put through and :Myrtle Collins, of Newberry. I I lop will preach the last half of a IIpedill -
and through the town of Lake Butler
's? HOME .I Parker, Dora Scarborough Elvie thence! west to and through the town; we hnrd-surfave the part of the Dixie I Bethel Colson, of Brooker, was in find! given message for men revealed ti
; this county, and it town :Monday to him in remarkable
I.'owlerlarHhall: Proctor, :Milded of Providence and thence West to trip Highway through I | u way
Private Fred Deaver, who was severely Roberts, Estelle Rosenberg, Christine boundary line;of Bradford and Colum- is noc"ptod the state highway enm- |I W. A. Shallnr and daughter, of |. antler circumstances already explained. -
. wounded October 30th while Townsend Thelma Parker, Faydell mi'4slon. the state would! assist. the Providence, were trading in I.nko But- I. There was a largo audience to
bin counties. I'
fighting with the American troops in Stevens, :Mary Borum, Blanche Alderman courty to the extent tit $100,000) or I her Saturday.; the last service of this character and) "
(b) Commencing at the boundaryline
Belgium, has reached home and is Agnes Rawls, Lulu Scarborough, ore-half of the cost of tho roads, Lester PinhoUter, of Pine hill, was / it is expected n still larger audience
of Bradford and Alachun coun-
spending a furlough with his parents, Julia Register Ada Register, Elsie which would l bo used for connecting in town Saturday. will gather: on this occasion.In .
ties the Hampton-Waldo road, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Deaver, near Sampson Gilispie, Henrietta Padgett and I IB. I on the of Brooker, Worthington Springs; and l ,, Bergum John, of Rylander, was I celebration of n birthday which
north to and through town
City. He was in Starke Thursday Jesse :Mae Colson. :Messrs. Elma Ad. run Hampton thence continuing in same other towns with a brick highway. j I trading in town Saturday I occurred Saturday, Mr. and :Mrs. But-

renewing acquaintance with his kins, Donald t Edwards, Walta Cobb, direction ;to and through the town of A I beginning must be made and it ,I Henry Varnes and son, Harney, of ).'r Blanchard entertained at Sunday

friends. Private Deaver had his chin Uascom Cobb, Hues Register, Hal Starke thence to and through the Is thought these two routes are the Johnntown, were appreciative callersto dinner Mrs.: K.: I). Snylcs and Rev. argil
Chattered ,ry a piece of shrapnel. OwIng ; I Lake Butler Saturday. Mrs. Alfred Kvenden. Judging from
:Maines, Wtllie Scarborough, Fred most practical to start on with the
town of Lawtey and thence to the
to the condition of the countrythe Herse.Walter Knight, W. C. Town. boundary line of, Bradford and Clay amount of bond money available. With Mrs. George: Dekle Faircloth and'' tho smiles of satisfaction soon on the

ambulances could not get up close send, Winifred Loadholtz, Dell ltosen.berlt' . counties. state aid and the Increased valuation :. baby, of Jacksonville, are the guests preacher's face as he later wended his
j Ito the lines and he !had to walk five Raiford Rosenberg Aubre Dun of properties adjoining the highway of Mrs. Faircloths' parents, Mr. and way toward the parsonage we should
handled
\, All monies to be by trusteesto
ambulance. On his!
: miles to reach an 'Irs.I Bob Green.; the dinner was success. At the
can, Eldred Duncan, Joe Jones, Clar- be named in bill. J other roads can be added, and will be say a
\ :'way back he was shot twice by ma- ; Shallar of Providence, pleasant tete-a-tete which followed
George
1101\ [ once Roberts, Lee Green and Fred As stated in the petition the roads added until Bradford county has as ,
: : 'chine gunners, receiving a severe Green. fine a system of hard roads as any motored over to see his friend, Miss almost every subject was discussed,
of
will be built of. brick for width
,!wound in the neck and another In one a I
f(1i1 Gainesville visited in the state Lottie Stokes Sunday. even down to ages, which however was
Mr. Sobol, of lens than nine feet with two-foot county
not a
'of his arms. When he finally came I Romie of providence for Hence close
Bielling, was not publication. we
he hurired to his brother, Sam Singer, last week. berm of sand-clay on either side, making Mr. Farmer, this Is your opportunity :
jhr ambulance was
upon an in town Saturday. stew right here lest be tempted
i our
we
II. F. Prie'ster of Sunday and
spent part Brick for, yourself neighbor
13-foot roadway. to help your
has since been underethe a
hospital and Tom Dicks and Charlie McCall, of and land ourselves in trouble.
\ta
his until the I
with family. wait
I highways have been tried for county. Do not
Through years your I
: car of army surgeons. Guilford the callers to The Ladies Aid of Grace M. E.
was among
'
: of was with petl-i
Mae the
; : the disftginurement Miss McKinney, Sapp, and have given better satisfaction' solicitor comes to you ,
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{C. skill of these
the
surgeons Lake Butler Monday. church met at the Thursday
1111) Mr. and Mrs. McKinney Sat. 'be glad I parsonage
and
visiting than of the other materials tion, but hunt him up
of his face has been I largely any many
[ \ Roy Godwin, of Pine Hill, broughtover of last week It is rumored that they
urday. used in With that doing part by signing I i
have another road building. competent you are your
is tp
/overcome, and tie yet Ralph Glover, of Five Mile, was in a load of peas to have cleaned had a food: 1 time-the pastor was away
'1, that of grafting a section of jaw engineers in charge of the propos- up. Monday. -and if there la any truth !in that
Saturday. I
bone to be cut from one of his ribs. town Shallar "When the cat's the
Rev. S. I. Hendrix filled his regular I Gene and George were attending saying!, away,

., When this U done the disfigurement appointment at Hampton Sunday. I Charlie Savage, of Alachua, spent his baby was dangerously ill, urging to business in Lake Butler mice will play," we believe that they

ft*'will be hardly noticeable though the Mrs. Onnie Pons is ill at her homein Saturday evening and Sunday with her to come at once. Miss Irene lefton Saturday. did. Refreshments were served and

t f, machine gun scar on his neck will remain East Butler.A. his family. the evening train for Jacksonville. i Mrs. Dr. J. E. Maine, Howard. the ladies left for home with smiles

|, as a badge of.honor. C. Strickland has purchased a Norma Dekle spent the week-end We will miss Miss Irene, and wish for Stanton and wife visited Jacksonvillelast enough left for father and for every

horse and new buggy which is quitean I with her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. P. her an early return to old Lake Butler Thursday. member of the family.
w:*' 'GRATITUDE EXPRESSED attractive turn-out for the streets Dekle at Five Mile. friends. i Mrs. P. P. DekU, of Five Mile, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod were visitors

f, Owing to the impassibility of seeing of Lake Butler. t Dewy Dukes, of Fir Mile, was in The Womans' Club met in regular spent last Friday the guest of Kav. to Jacksonville the first part of "
kind Mrs. Bass Collins has returned toherhome'after town Sunday. session MUs Marshal Proctor presid and Mrs S. S. Proctor. last werk.Mr. .

( or who writing to attention an. of, the and a >l sent stay with Agnes ''Rawls entertained quite a ing. AfUr the business meeting Mr. 'Jesse Csson, wife and daughter and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard were
friends gave help of the Mother New River, were .eallers to our !bore vinitors Jacksonville Thursday and
the Mr.'and'Mri-.J.iD. Cobb.' few of her little friends at her horn Maines took charge
to our family 'during
sympathy Rev. A.-B.1 Proctor filled his regular in honor of her'ninth birthday Sat- Meeting and the following subjectwas '''Saturday. I.u i- ,Friday. .

tr;II? sickness and ipedally bereavement, do w and. In to this our appointment, at the State Farm Svin- urday afternoon! discussed by: Mrs. A. C. Strick Ben Dukes, .f.( loved one
land "The normal child and its habit Town Saturday. tors to Starke Wednesday.
warmest Miss Irene Edwards received, a telegram ,
grsti-
extend our
manner day.Mrs.. Landin Green 1* the guest of Monday morning from her brother and d dpUD.." after which a *ul- Belle and Jud Creep, of FIve Mile, -

; tad. THE LAW FAMILY Mr .and Mr. Bob Green. in Castmaa, Ga., stating that tar solo, "Won I Was a Little Girl were in town Monday. (Continued oa Page Five)

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AGE TWO KKADFOKI COUNTY' TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 21, 1919.
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l In BURNS' NEGRO: TO STANDARD OIL MAN TO RIDING' THE NEWSPAPERS:' often uses his ability to secure freeudvt'rtising
44400.4 ,4 Jb
,! W. R. dodge, F. A. Scott, A. B. Sur- I for th of
)DEATH :NEAR' : MILTON HAVE A $75,009.00 HOME: purpose havinghis
4 reney" !L. I..fohrs. O. J. (;rltJin, W. J.ifTm. increased.
Many people imagine that a newspaper I wages
OUR STATE CONVICT LEASE 4ti f!,- Miss Est(>l1e Lanier, A. Lane,. ; !
Attacked White Woman Showing, the extent to which residents and for it Daytona newspapers have at ]last
O SYSTEM: we ,Ie>he (t'ason F. T Norman, I.awti-y Black! Who runs on air years
I
Taken From' Sheriff Hy Mob of other states are putting their I been for all societies tired of this, and are now serving no-
0 0 State Bank J. W. Poppell, H. R. Hasten I has customary ,
I into Florida holdings and illus tice that all advertising must be
I 0 Senator A. D. Andrews of the ( Mr: . J. I II.) I.ylcs I). L. Gatlin, MM.' money I I churches lodges, the United States paid
Hud John- the which Florida is for. Half rates being given the
I'ensacola, March 11.- trating rdcgree to :' I are
_ Fifteenth After >
District, Careful Julia Knight: Corp W. II. Wainwright I '
government State Board of
the
to police increasing in popularity as a winter Associated Charities the churches
who according
-" negro ,
0 < n. a
Investigation, is Convinced :Mrs. I'. W: Wainwright, A. E.John I
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Health the State Live Stock Board !
'' 0 roi.ft-Hseil an attack upon a well known' home for the wealthy, tho announcement and! the public schools. All others InDutona
That the System Should be Kctained ': Y. M. C. A., War Board, War Sav-
white womnn near I'aco.o'la.., was was made here yesterday that are now required to pay full
a
4 To Abolish Would Add > T. B. Triest II. 1) Randall, i
4' For-vth( erected ings Stamps, and in fact, all men [
taken from Sheriff Ilarvell near a $75,000 residence is to be rates, for advertising space. Daytonais
4 to Tax Burden. 7. O. Lynn, Thoy Dyal, David) Luke, ;
hired and for work of public
paid a
Castleberry Ala., early today and I at Mountain Lake for E. C. Bedford a live-awake town and the newspa-
R 1 A. E. Cone, Harvey White, 11. II. ;
q A O OaiOr9 r94ai 3 CJriffis. .1. S. Rosier Mrs. i D. C. Kersey burned to death near' the scene of his of New York City, a director of the [ nature, to fire and into the miles newspaper articles of- :; pers are setting the pace for better
fice columns of
s crime. Before! disposing of the negro Standard Oil company and also of business conditions.
Editor Times-Union: As I have Horace I Rosier. Sim Kelley, W
i their I
here, took the Thompson-Starrett company. i booming special !grafts or en-
the mob, it was reported I'eople appreciate that which they
t been asked by a number of friends B. Talley Mrs. J. II. Chestnut, Mrs
and in
who, it wall F. J. Kennard, local architect, drew ileuvors, to expect free space
victim
him before his I I I pay for far more than free gifts.-
of W. A
and have had letters from editors Wm. Edwards Frank Murphy, I''the but the
identified him. the plans and G. A. Miller of Tampais newspapers. Nobody
y asserted positively DeLand News.
different papers asking me to give my Colley, G. A. Epperson, Miss Leac] the successful bidder and ha* been newspaper publisher is responsible
:;
,. views on different matters that will Harris, U. A. nmurkr W. 1\1. Rey. According to information receivedhere awarded the contract for the for this. He has given of his "stock .
come before the legislature!: during the nolls, S. :M. Churchill, John Uglow, tonight the negro was being tion of the residence, which construe-I I; in trade,". the advertising* space, so A man in the Fort Lauderdale scc-

f next session, I now ask space in your J. P. Colby J. S. Sapp, II. P. Cainey, chased by men and dogs Wednesdayand exceptionally beautiful as well as being : much that the public has come to believe with a one horse load of peppers.
the
aboard
valued paper to express my opinionon Godson Griflis Perry Newsom, J. S., succeeded, in (retting: I tion in the few days
the vessel I of the most modern and convenient that they are entitled to it. A was city a ago
Rome measures. Andrews A. J. Cowart, J. M. Dubose, small steamer Helmar as rived! pattern. Work will be begun onI I'' man receiving $3,000: a year pay for I,j These he sold for the magnificient
I often hear from different ones they A. F. Griffin, James Rosier, W. R passed Buy I'oint, on Bluckwuttr .
Pcnsacola the residence this week, and Mr. Miller :, doing some public work, is absolutely i\sum of187.50.. Other pepper growers
,i I discussion of doing away with the convict Kersey E. II. Carter II. A. Ilnzen, C !I'lv negro was brought into I will leave at once for Mountain ''elated' when he can beat a newspaper!I are raking in the shekels in that
lease system. Now during the II. Jordan W. M. Peek, W. W. Ward arrested, and put in jail. About noonyesterday I I
lout
# 1 Lake. of $3 worth of advertising(, and j srction this season.
;; three terms that I have served! the Mrs. E. Johns, :Mrs( Thns. Rich, Mrs. Sheriff lIar'rlcame\ here

4 people in the Florida legislature, 1 I 0. A. Thrower, J. R. lioville, G. n from Santa Rosa county slipped his TO GET$ BONUS
t 4 have served on the convict committee; BurgeHH.! .1. A. Jamison )Dr. L. L. r prisoner out und! started in seeking i

also one session on the committee of Lamb) Miss Eva l Eperton; Goo. Ash, mobile through the country Forward
Must PRICED
Discharged Soldiers A GUARANTEED TIRE
I public. roads und! highways Now 1 I ford, C. A. lti/.en Ma" Sweat R.I K.: to nit'h n train at some point in Ala- Their Original Discharge Paper

am in favor of national highways and Dell I D.) Horee E. \V. Dnbose) A. (n beau: for :Montgomery. It was near : C AS CHEAP AS A SECOND
good( road] through the state and! Dyul, II. II. Williams BHtton, Groov- the Alabama-Flerida line that Johnson j i Washington, March 8.-Payment to

counties I also believe In local road -r, :\:. E.: Matthews, A. .h liryan Mrs. was taken away from the sheriff. discharged soldiers of the $00 bonuses Keystone Tires
J building; that in, letting each county l II.> i D. I Dynl, T. J. Moore f I. If. Price. Word I that the negro: had been authorized by the last congress is being -

bond, or adopt it* own plan of build Mr" II. S A.lkins. R. R. Taylor J. W. brought here caused a mob to form delayed by failure of tho soldiersto Guaranteed on a basis of 3500 miles
hard roads.I : II'nrmenter.. j last night. Marines
; ing its I'.ielliiig liefi.re" the jail of
believe it would be unjust to all - --.------ frii'ii, the naval! station .stood,I guard''' the comply law. War with the requirements disbursing We have secured the agency for the Keystone Tire and in

ii taxpayers in the state of Florida, to LIVESTOCK FIELD: NOTES' ( : n any all night at the jail although oflicials announced department today thousandsof order to introduce this tire, we will sell them at prices stated

do away with the county lease system ( nth I Sheriff Van Pelt of this county J; soldiers had sent "true copies" of below, saving you about one third on a standard brand fully
and to put the convicts on the national 'J'hr'allll' of jOfd"; blood, in steers is and, Chief of Police Ellis\ said today ,, their discharge and that guaranteed tire.KEYSTONE .
highways and, these are my reasons demonstrated in sales recently made] they" had not requested military nid. !I papers pay-
I ment of the bonuses would be delayed TIRES ARE MADE (MY IN IION\ SKID S1YLE
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I why: "First We have been deriving at the Interstate Stock Yards. Jack- They indicated their belief that some
until the sent.
original copies are
: something near $100,000 a year from wmville when six loads of Western unknown person had sent the. call In where the original certificates 30x3 $12.75 34x4 $28.20 .1.
.i \ the convicts we leased and this mon cattle were sold for 11 cents per to the naval station. cases have been lost, it was stated, 30x3 1-2 16.75 34x4 1.2 37.50
I' ey paid the expense of building and I pound and one loud lit 15 cents. The After the lynching today the mob the original order for discharge must 32x3 1-2 19.30 35x4 1-2 39.20
clearing' up of the state prison farm, common steers are not bringing these quickly dispersed and! the situation be submitted. 31x4 25.70 36x4 1-2 39.80 ,
ti and helped to pity other current expenses prices, nor do thl'YYeiA'h one half both here and around, Pace was reported 32x4 26.25 35x5 44.80
I of the state. Now if these had as much age considered, when hungup as quiet.SWINDLERS try
33x4 27.50 37x5 47.40
not been paid by these fund the taxpayers in the cooler.In American Owned, Entirely 4
.f of Florida would certainly have discussing the advisa'bility. of going WORK AMONG: Keystone Tires are guaranteed against defects in material '

had to pay them in taxes extra to the West to buy steers to feed out in RELATIVES: OF SERVICE MEN and workmanship. They are guaranteed to be first quality 't''

I. taxes they pay now. Under the present the dry lotV.. II. Black, agent in tire. and to give you the service you can reasonably expect ,'
'1\ law all the counties that want the animal husbandry, cooperating with Swindlers in some sections of the BILLION from any standard tire when properly used. Should any Key

v s" tate convicts to work the county the Extension: Division of the Collegeof country are busy with a practice of stone Tire prove defective, we will make an adjustment based :;I
rondo a'rf getting them at $1 month that it has not
1 a Agriculture, says obtaining money from parents or I on 3500 miles service. -:
,, which means nothing except the care yet been proven that this is a good! guardians of service men returninghome
I Terms cash C. O. D. All prices f.o.b. Jacksonville. All I II
of them. Now if the lease system iractice. A few hundred head were or about to be discharged, according or
*
rt I was done away with, and. the counties fed out this winter. resulting in to a bulletin received at the I tires shipped day order received. t,
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# e now using convicts on the public roads scarcely no profit outside of the fertilizer offices of the local War Camp Com- E NEWMAN- BAG & BURLAP CO. Tire Dept.
could not get them that would mean -produced. The cattle made munity Service yesterday. R ,

an extra expense of something like food gains, as well as economical The bulletin states that since the 1305-1313 W. Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla.
two hundred thousand dollars on the ruins but this was offset by the very
a taxpayers to use hired labor to do the excessive freight rates on this classof period of demobilization began relatives Reference Barnett National Bank. Write us for prices on

same work. Now in making my campaign cattle.Mr. the victims and friends of of swindlers soldiers"' who have been tole- any bags you wish to buy or sell. 2-28-4

I promised my people that I Black advocates the production' TAKEN '
,r graph; to them and ask for funds, using I
would work for measure that the of
any of good grade steers by use
of soldier" knownto
the name some '
means the greatest good for the greatest good! bulls. The above sales show
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C, C. S. workers
them. W. are requested -
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number of people and that is still marketfor I
clearly that there is a good IiffF
and
motto in helping to represent my to spread the knowledge Tablets of Aspirin"Quick {I
my steers having quality. warning of this practice among all "Bayer I
i people. I often hear persons remark Outside! of oats and rye we have \ II
with !
those with whom they come in con- Relief- Safety I
that the lease system ought to be doneaway very littf] winter pasture and these ,
with and, I nee editorials in different are not used extensively. If those having tact. i
Colds
I papers to the same effect, but Bermuda pasture would take their For Headache
when I investigate, I find I that eight stock off during the last two growing MICKIE SAYS Neuralgia: : Grippe |i I

d out of ten of these do not pay any tax months a !great amount of edible Earache Influenzal Colds ,

.at all, therefore, they would not beufTocted grass would grow up even tho it did Toothache Neuritis' g
VE49uR. WE SENT YOU
ASTA1EMEN1SURE
whether or not the system
rt freeze down some in the coldest wea- I
: \ Backache
I were changed Lumbago |

When I first wont to the legislature ,I ther.Until we do get a grass that will v\IE IT AN'\KNOW INTENO NED 0000 PER Rheumatism Joint-Pains j I THE UNIVERSAL CAR
TO PAN--*
member of the lower house I I
was
n* a ive thru the winter and furnish grazing THE '
heartily in favor of doing away with silos raise FIRMS WE BON OUR Adults-Take one or two
why not build and corn j
PAPER AN' INK FROM The Ford Factory has not yet reached
the lease system but I did not then I KNOW! ,
them
and sorghum with which to fill tablets with water. If necessary -
t know that the law required us to haven and curry the cattle thru the winter in TO WE'RE GOOD, BUT we QOT dose three times a normal production. It will take some I )
state prison or neither had I thoughtof thin ? Ply EM EVERY' TH'RtV repeat I ',
the extra expense and tax it would The manner Walkill Farms and Southern ea SIXTV DAYS JE.ST THE day, after meals. I time, after being entirely given over to

cost the taxpayers of Florida\ if the Co. at Green Cove SAME, SO \NE GOTTA O-IT work. We few
1 with Cattle Feeding OUR NAONEN WHEN IT'S, Doe Since the original introduction of war are getting a cars
lease done or
system were away
) of the burden, it would place on the Springs! with, have their met Burmudu with unusual. pastures.success \TOO, ER NW6: CAN'T pa.-"' "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" million right along, and suggest that you leave ':'

people. After carefully thinking over OuR BILLS see1HOLDERS upon millions of these genuine tab
Both these farms have several hundred
order with us as soon as possible :
the matter and thorough investigation acres that were planted by seeda lets have been prescribed by physlcUn your ,,It

nt the expense and our. duty to build year' ago. It looks like they will have and taken by the people each and we will deliver as soon as possible.We '

r the state prison farm and thinking of sufficient pasture for the summer, and year with perfect safety. have three Touring cars now in
my promise to our people, I know I when winter comes their silos will be
could not be honest nnd put the extra full of ensilage to tide their cattle Always insist upon stock. Wire or phone if you want one

tax on the taxpayers that doing away over until the Bermuda comes againin c Tablets of them. Runabout $500 Touring Car .'
with the lease system would put on the spring. : : ffi ; !!

) I them. Eville Bros! of Palatku, have recently :: EEAsjirinThiBayer $525; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775; One Ton "

Now being chairman of the committee purchased a very fine registered 1"
.' Cross'on Genuine Tablet Truck Chassis, $550. These prices f.o.b.
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convicts the last
on at session Shorthorn bull calf from Ohio. -
I tried to act fnir with all the peopleof They are contemplating the purchaseof -d: Aiplrln lure ut I N MonoaceticAOKlerter the trite; murk' of Biiyrr of Salicyhcacia20ccnt I Manufie-i: Detroit. Don't forget the service we I, :,

our state, and in the drawing of our about twenty head of registered! 'f give in our shops genuine Ford Parts .
bill on how to handle the state convicts heifer I'nckag.-Lllrgl'r sizes! Buy .

h s our bill provided, for giving the J. M. Archibald of Center Hill Flu., only original Bayer packages Ford skill and Ford prices III

state farm the proper number of convicts says that there are about ten men in '
A to cultivate the said, farm then his community who. want to buy good H l Habitual Constipation Cured FORD GARAGEA.
to the national .:.. In
,r give highways three holstein cows. These men are prominent 14 to 21 Days
hundred, (convicts and( to let each county I hog raisers and. they desire th" I -t--( "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN";/ a specially W. & G. A. ANDERSON Proprietors ,.
have the number of convicts wanted I Holstein breed! In order to get a large \ I y" prepared SyrupTonic-Laxative for Habitual IIII
to work its roads. and lease out supply of milk for their growing pigs. .OC\\: I Constipation. ,It relieves promptly but STARKE, FLORIDA
the balance, and the funds derived The American Polled, Hereford Gi Q should be taken regularly for''14 to 21 days, J.II ;
.. and
induce It Stimulates
regular action.
to
from ,
4f said\ place and proceeds from breeders association will put on n sale Regulates.! Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
the crops cultivated. would help to nay i at Atlanta Ga. on :March :Utth and om per bottle.
t the expense of running the state farm Montgomery: Ala. on :March :25th rJ\

and working the men on the national Those people interested! in Hereford- .
highways! and help to pay the expense that are polled, should attend this OF

of the reform schools at Ocala and' sale. The Bales put on by the breeders I 1

Mnriannu and paying other current association are a safe place t< LIBERTY BONDS

expenses of the state. buy animals, as it is not likely that ar

Now, every member of the legislature : association trying to establish n breci Not Measured In' ,
knows that if we were to do away would offer undesirable animalsA rare advised to hold them. If you

with the lease system! that we would sale of 60 registered. Shorthorrattic must sell deal only with reaponelble -

have to tax the people extra to the will be sold at Knoxville, Tenn bankers W.

high taxes they now pay to make appropriations :March 20. This sale Is held uncle'.

to care for and work the 'he auspices of the Tennessee Shorthorn Buy and Sell

state prison farm.A. Breeders Association, and i.s ar Dollars and
D. ANDREWS. annual spring show and sale. Then LIBERTY BONDS Cents (!

Raiford, Kloid.i.TKLEfiRAPirs. will be :M bulls and 30 cows and heif
-AU Issues and Denominations.
'rs in the lot.
HONOR ROLL Write US if interested
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C. B. Johns, M. (', Rosier David l THE. HOME NEWSPAPER' TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA The lull measure of a bank account is not merely in the number of dollars and cents

Manning E. II. Clemens J. J. Colson 'he View a Brother Editor Hat. nt |Ih- Capital and Surplus, :9a.OOO.OOO you succeed in getting together. The full measure is found in the

N. C. Matt A. II. John, MM.! Cleonr Patronage Due the Home Paper Member Federal Roeerv Britain
Howling 'Rev. C. F. Scott, L. V ATLANTA. CA
Moore II. J. Roberts, S. M. Carver There i is hardly any way in which HABITS OF THRIFT

E. H. Shipnmn. I n. W. Padgett., II. W erson con do so much for his ovicnlitv
Adams. Miss flora Clark. II. W. Week' Font I
'A with so little and, at th
A. W. Luke, O. B. Warren E. L. Fre 'me time with so much benefit tr The Cold Strong better Withstand Than tho tlio Weak Winter' I inculcated during the time the account is accumulating. This bank solicits the opportu- i

(cott W. T. Wa din, John Parker J himself and, his familv. ns bv givim- You must have ru jith. Strength and Endurance i I nity to co-operate with you in accumulating both the account and the habit.BANK .
.. Peek W. II. Biggs. J. F. Rennet a hearty support to his local paper. to tithe wills! ,Grip and Inlluenu. '

J. G. Boyd II. Austin A. M. Than v newspaper with, evidence! of MI\ When your blood U not In a healthy
chnrd, W. S. 1.Futch I. D. Smith, T. P 'intiul support In its nagei\ speak condition and doet.nrt circulate properly. 1,
& Word, Ralph: R Oval I.. A. Duncan ">lumes' for n town. Tho fact the your system Is w.-.ie; 10 withstand the OF STARKESTARKE
II. T. Osteen. J. I L. Currency J. I cry trndaeoker has an advertis"nt Winter cold.OROVC'S.
Oreen. J. I. D-ihose.- I.. II. !Futch. T. II in its columnprove* that th TAR : <-,.*'.--? CV'l TONIC

Rimes, Mrs. Itonnie Shaw, Joe Marr ople nre up wth!; the times and fax Fortifies t' >' e \ 'r >" I Is. Crip I
W. Frank Mnlphurs' Raiford Brown -ably impresses the stranger In' endlneca: t > i i ?>, ,i, ...! n. J. Nettles, I. F. Gay; M. E: Edwards 'brae hnn,N. it chances to fall. Th DlooJ.) ,
G. F. Avant Mrs. J. II. Moore "'""1' well filled with home advertise It contains t'-o' well! "Kiiown tame! prop I and I J
State Depository
r of and Iron la form County City
r erties Culnlne:: : a
O. L. Moitt. P. S. Mc"fillnnIrs.! C vents and local news Is a mirror i i- acceptable to the cost d'-l.cate stomach I

A. Lewis F. II. Douglas! .Jr. !MarionWaters hich is. reflected the activities of rive and Is pleasant tot'tle. You can soon feel ''II ll I
A. O. Jenkins, Ada Nimmo,
: community.-Zolfo Truth. its Strengthening Invigorating Ulcct. t 60c. :


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Bradford County Favors Such i i _
L..A..J leN NNeA1NNSNN NN
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: I ,: ?> a law-Opposed to Separation 'opy tight. 19iy. b> th. McClure News.

Told Our at the Source Tax System and -$' paper Syndicate ) F
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by Exchanges
II I ,*' to the Guarantee of Bank Deposits ,*
I I Mollle Ilnrrlson, with dark curly
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-- r | hair bewitching brown eyes and known
) a
Tampa is to have a glass factory The Tribune reported the birth in d d'C A@3 Poi . . . . throughout (lie village"of Rend as "therr..ltl..at

which will employ from 150. to 300 Tampa on a day of last week of a baby Editor Times-Union Complyingwith girl lu town settled herself
men. ,- S S / f I I > snugly In the big morris chair with her
weighing 15 3-4 pounds. The attending your request for my views upon vV'' V V >
!Knit Unit In her lap. llnd It not been gS
--- physician stated that it was the needed legislation at the approaching
The Walkill Stock Farms near largest baby he had ever seen and that session of the legislature, I beg to I I Seated tightKeptffehf that rthe. too. know of her beauty her

Green Cove Springs has received two he believed it was the largest bornin suggest the following: ptisonnllty nilnlit have been equal to i

thousand Angora goats from the Mex- Florida. A Punta Gorda boy baby Free Serum |I It. Hut Mollle: with her lovely clothes.hnd .

ican border. born last Saturday March 8th inst., In my opinion the legislature could slways considered herself a little
above the other of her
girls
--- beat the Tampa by ofa of community
baby a quarter do nothing so important as that
Up to March 1,300,000 crates of cab- associated with but one "girl, TluitUlr'
pound. Several hours after its birthit fostering our live stock industry. Our I
bage had been shipped from the Cole- was Hazel Ja>'nes, daughter/ of the
weighed sixteen pounds. It meas- country and state has never experfenced
man section, and that is only about ured twenty-four inches in length. a time When the demand for ,i.n'y' physician til the town
half of the crop. "Oh, horrors said Mollle to her
live stock products was so great as it
After a futile attempt to identifythe is now and it Deems to me that eco I mother lookltitf out the window. "her

The eighteenth annual conventionof body of an elderly man killed nomic conditions demand a reformation collier that Pick llolmeH. 1 suppose\ he

the Florida State Federation of Saturday night by a Seaboard train along this line. In our state W1GWS will stay all the afternoon."

Labor will be held in Tallahassee beg near Durant Chief Deputy Sheriff nbout three-fourths of the hogs which I Just then Pti-k raise the hell and

inning April 8th. Logan decided no inquest was necessary from disease, die from cholera. This i| Mollltt's mother ushered him Into the

and the body was buried in the disease being preventable by the proper pr.ilor: here I.III.11" HltlllI .

The Florida Ranch and Dairy Com- county cemetery today by B. Marlon treatment with virus and scrum I "Why hello, IMck. I didn't expect t

pany, of Miami, is to be incorporatedwith Rood The man was about 60, five shall introduce a bill providing for roil this afternoon" said Mollle.\ "1

a capital stock of one million feet six inches tall, mixed black and free distribution of virus and serumto lime Ihe afternoon to myself, HO I deilileil f

dollars all paid in. gray hair, blue eyes and about 135 the farmers.I TheGreatest I would spend. It with you," regard

pounds in weight. The body was poor- am heartily in accord with the NameIn I Pick. "I hiiMhren very husy ;

Sunday school speakers of international ly clad. There were no effects in his tick eradication now and will support I am knlltlnic a sweater" "I snpposn\ ,

reputation have been securedfor pockets by which he might be identi- a measure along this line. Goody-Land It Is for that 'fellow from. the rlty."' (A

the Florida Sunday school conven- fied. Education1Vhile I said Plek. laimhliiKly.: as he handed, {:.

tion at Orlando, April 1-wth. our system of public schools &kJ1lw her a large: hot of ehoeolales. "Thank ;.

Speaking of high water it may be excels that of- many states, it does von. I 1'111'1,. hut I have eaten so many
t .
The Miami Beach Electric Com- stated that the Suwannee river is ona not yet meet the demands of the present sweets today I lielline I will keep thesn

pany has been incorporated and will rampage. The wooden bridge I time. Our course of study should r L RAG until! IlIt..I'," and, Mollle placed\ the hoc:

furnish the citizens of that place with some 200 feet long which spanned the lie more practical more concrete and s nn tin piano.'

lights and a trolley line to Miami.F. river at Branford has been swept bodily I more simple likewise our school laws rs, {, er : 'I their ronvematlon was pleiisantMinIII -

off its piers and floated down the should have a thorough "overhauling." FREE T Plek said, ":'
A. Godwin was struck by a box river. Fortunately the draw was open I While the "flying squadron" has not Up lilt,. to talk wllli Jim on n very serlim

car Tuesday when a flying switch was in the A. C. L. bridge west of Wilcox, met all requirements it is a step in '11I..tI"lI. I IOM- yon and ask you ti> tt

i being made in the Waldo freight and the wooden bridge flouted majestically the right direction and I suggest that lie my wife I think I have siilllelent

yards of the S. A. L. railroad and through it and never grazed it. the act creating it be amended and r means to make home for >ml. Will I 3d
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;'. killed. The Cummer Lumber people, who that it be maintained. County super. The AIn Jon take the ipti-stlon seriously and de-

, --- I have a bridge below, got busy and secured intendents should be promptly notified lamestselling .'Ida. I the matter?" 1I..r..r.I'"vIng

The winter Bible conference recently the bridge before it reached of success of applicants; for certificates Ifum I Hell' Invited! her to attend R hull with

1 closed in St. Augustine has been their structure. All the ferries along t from their respective counties the world nat him tint foIIsng[ evening I +) ,

termed a splendid success, despite the the river where it passed were do- ] and they (county superintendents) After hark left Unit evening Molll"

lack of a permanent auditorium and stroyed. I should be given authority to issue urally has to havea had, a Ionic talk with her mother eoneeinliiK 4

: inclement weather_ I I temporary permits to teachers. package worthyof I : Pick's welter Mrs Itiirrti'ii k'
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A seaplane of the Jacksonville- I am absolutely opposed to the abolition
t Its contents.So approved\ of Plek's company nndeoiisldered !
The Georgia-Florida Saw Mill As- i Brunswick air patrol service crashed of the rural school inspectorsand him n Kenlleinan In every

sociation composed of prominent men 1 into the sand at Pablo Beach Thursday will fight any other measure that look forWRIGLEYS u n.V.
'f. of both states met in Tampa Tuesday afternoon and has for its the injury of the
.' I was completely purpose "I 1 nm !going To tent his love for toosrnp
,:,. ., for the discussion of vital matters demolished. Machinist Long was In- rural or common school.A ivy ilav, panther' miM :Mollle, hniiRhtlly .

t. pertaining to the industry. I jured in the leg, but Ensign James joint resolution should IIP submitted "Uemeinher. Mollle, that may

Wolf, pilot escaped uninjured. to the voters at the next general 'mean n broken hen rt." said her mother t
l it Sixteen thousand, one hundred and i Major Ralph Cousins commanding election, authorizing nub-school the sealed package bat In a Ihonuhlfnl tone.Ihe A

forty-three cars of oranges and grapefruit I officer at districts to assess as high six mills all of Its ooodncss .In.Tfiafs .
Payne Field, Miss., and. ax next exenlnw. Mollle: as I ll I/;httui.rlril t-
-:.. 'I. have cone out of Florida so far Lieut. Strong en route from West sub- school tax. The only way to keep' fDA wayFlavor us n bird\ dressed for the hall.
;"f+ this season and it is rolling out at teachers in the ,
yet | Point to Carlstrom Field, Fla., were competent professionis Lasts HIM" gun of deep' pink with, Its silverti
the rate of a hundred cars a day. caught in a heavy fog and forced to to pay them higher salaries "iinlnifs' brought nut her 'beauty as

r land on the railroad] track near Way- .Supreme Court Judge I in MT liefore. .\ II h..n&h. there. wer
A motor truck service for the handling Throughout the state there has been,
cross Ga., Thursday it was announced 1:11'd I I. front fur rend, near. Mollle. sips tluiI
of freight will be establishedin ( here today. The officers escaped considerable discussion of the additionof ( .I\ II.wl All I\'nl well' until tlolllarrln

Jacksonville at an early date for | injury, but the airplane was wrecked. another judge. to the supreme court K. 0. PAINTKK FKI.TIUXKIC COMPANY.lackhoiivillo ) "rd BLit l( the "Oooil :'<:Ioh'111171'
the purpose of giving a daily freight The supreme court is in better '
a ,
position i ""I I r,,1\ In I r order. In lie( "fellow from '
schedule to number of East Coast j' to know its needs that i I'lor'nlitI'Vrliliers
a Jly order of the Florida supreme I nm. ,Hi.- illv" However, hark In II K'"i"lniiliiri'il -

towns. court, John Walter Rust former tax consequently I shall bo governed by / Insecticides/ Sprayers, Poultry. SuppliesFor / wnnveilooked. this ami Mijoj*

colleftor of IHivnl county, who was its! recommendation. llur ...... l.w Iv.. ,.. ,. eil, the \\nlU I'lIhIlIrlhll: Irving
/ n " frrnherr h" )Ial w iooVO'; lixfivd
Of much interest to tourists who Guarantee; of Blink cur
1i taken the DepositsI
to farm .
state prison at Rai- lonlers In every "UlllY III FI"".,... base gentle" manner, hail. uiw aye pleased -
visit Florida in automobiles is the ford on February 2t: to begin a ten am opposed. to a measure which himhen Pli-lc left Mnllle: nt her ,
that the of the Dixie Highway will 1'rim I-.r I.a.-" I'rioe I.is(. l'ri..I. ; (r.... wi.h i ,. ,, he
news link yours sentence following\ his convic- injure our banking system and in is 4>n lilisMauskbYre leuiu .lhal I ,',,'nl1ll( I he, asked 'to spend
from Waycross to Jacksonvillewill tion in the criminal court here of the my opinion n measure guaranteeing --.--- -----..---------- -. -- -- ..
l'inlnevetilnu III her home, and tihN
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be in in time for deposits! would do I do w
good shape think
put so. not
of
charge embezzling
some $138,000 .
Brent Mollle said flioMould
.... . .. surprise.
,. .
next year's travel. of public funds has been remanded that it is fair for one bunk to prosper .! "'J-: : f.ri, : .1 -. ".f.f"" 'I .'JJY:1(1tY': Jf'. r. JI) he pleased to lm\e him. Utlledlil I I
I' the 'J .. ) : 'f\ ; .; : ( ; .' :} 'iI.
Linen good of other banks
name t
to the of the sheriff of Duval
custody .' *Rf-1.'ijln11 11'0"" "' ''.'J ..;r ".l t !' he 1'.11"I"III'K: deceit and. what
Wilson Popenoe- an agricultural (county the supreme tribunal having The bank which has built for itself n 'I'J. _. '4 '1:"''.( at'.o\ ''>': 'I: r.". \ '.1(.., ..<< 'v : a "eepllon' I lie wntilil gel,.

explorer who has spent two years investigating ruled that the lower court erred in favorable reputation should be the ,... ... : '/ ." -'7J.'. W '" -) '. "Mother.. sold Mollle, "I 1
ruts never
the culture of the avocadoin denying Rust's application for an order sole reaper of its own benefits.I [;.k.; y '\\j.t:1':: (J. .. 'I ..:':': 'i.; tlIik enmiKli of Pick' to marry him.Sl .
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Guatemala and Mexico Is in Florida adjudging that he was unalrle] to might say in connection with ". I >l ) t1'l; J /'tl ;' b. .. h' nature, rolls. fur. a Phil ii of illlTereutriniiin

for the purpose of investigatingthe pay the costs of the proceedings in banking that I believe our banks con OfJ ""' f'.1 .... '" n. t I !l"" ,' "' ..r ):; "

possibilities here. getting the case before the supreme let money at 8 per cent interest Anti I 0;.:' ft.. M. 'io1 :; ,p.f -'''''' ; .1.< .". I "\"'ell. ile,,r. If that Is the way you

'court for a review.As "ball favor a bill or introduce one , ..!..;: \ ..JJ. AU' .I.IIiII' Plr.'I I fr', I I. tell Plik so and do not keep" him
The fury in tie errs"rl| trf-il; "f JohnT making it unlawful for banks or individuals x '_.C : ,Z.ii. -"' OLDE..i'11S: : ... AloJ In n-pulsr." refilled her mother."lie .

'.t >. t.; ;I'll, I.t)., fat the ni"r-; a result of the meeting Tues to ,charge more than 8 percent '3IioWJ\IT : : i&j J'p{ "
'P.IY'LFa .
will Mini
::: fr.R CAT..lOG s I ; out 1 soon enoiiKh: said
der of Mrs. Sallie Stewart, could not day of the State Board of Control interest. II
.
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HOUSE IN ri02i; 'i $' Mnllle. as she tossed her head pertly
WEELSLY: 1'r.CE: LIST ffiWZ:;
agree, and another mistrial was de and State Plant Board which assent Taxation i ; : (

clared. Judge Bullock dismissed the KIi__ ..l_ in on the _Arnrrrm__ m hotel. the first Taxation is still the sent of contention t N .;.,t.1oi: j ,: J-/ Friday' ev" niinc.: halt who was ns

jurors. Tucker is out of jail now. sub-station of the State Experimental in legislation and probably will a 0' rn"lt' -t'f I.I.J"q; ..",;;; 'tj M tine' nr his word, entered the yard ntMollle's
/f. . ( ; home mid' nonfat IlKht III
always be. I think the } 1 a
Station will be established at Win- quickest way: ; ;.., 1t1 ,
I III" ,"rillr. What did' he seat Could
Idle talk started by some Irrespon- ter Haven, within a short time. The to :equalize: .: taxes: ia to amend the connbii.ui.ivn I ,
.: -- lie 'helleve/ his,' own vtesT l''or thorn
sible caused Fen- of 1917 bill in such a manner an to K'V"a :'
person a run on a Legislature passed a authorizing .. .
VMS, |the shadow Mollle: and II niiisruline "-
sacola bank last week that came near the board to establish sucha tax commission power then createa I am opposed to the separation of result of Ky: figure; wlih hN untie round her
:
causing the institution serious embarrassment sub-ktation in that place conditioned state tax commission demanding! re.suits. tutu and 'ounty taxes !because. it will ,. remedy. 01" mi>., "CIIIMC irreparable .
e iliinrliiK her "It'x' the 'fellow from
and possibly the loss of upon the people of Winter Haven 'muse the loss of tho one-mill school diirnatreWe I I "'
the i liv.1 ald hark us he 'turned andwaltrl
thousands of dollars by the stockholders furnishing $10.000 for the project. The tax and for other reasons. employ an ()huh Physician I
toward Ids home. 'I'lli'll1,1.:
by forcing a liquidation of the experiment station in Gainesville was and hud his jaw smashed by a promi I The man who owns four thnuHand with seven yearn experience' to exnrnii -
lle'M Niillor took lilT tier inasi-iillne
bank's business. considered by some as too far northto nent Orlando citizen for his exhibition acres of land should pay taxes' in tho | your .",'... I-'IJKK: : of (rlmiifo. ,. dress
of find the tours rolled down her rheekIIN
experiment with citrus fruits and approval. The German sym, name proportion as the man who owns Ill,,\SSKH; ('O II'I.f'TI': ; $;.V.110 III' .
slue hiuiiheil at her '
Florida has some of the largest and the idea was to do this work in a more pathizers thereupon had the Prominent i forty acres. There should bu a law IIfurM1111.: \ in. to II! I p. rn. Hunday'! success

most beautiful springs in the world. southern point of the State. Citizen arrested on charges of enforcing the collection! of poll tax. 'I.y appointment, Phone iJHIH.fKVSTAI. "I'erhnps. he thought your gentleman

Several of them flow at the rate of assault. The case came up in munici- We all agree on these things but how OI'TICAI.) COMPANY i frVnd" very Impolite not to remove his
pal court, and after : J. r.. lint, hut my hair: would have given inn
200,000 to 300,000 gallons per minute The movement of strawberries out Mayor Giles may we bent fet results? Suite 57-r: :Mutual life Hldif.
nagelld lln/.el 1 .'
I -large enough to float steamboats. of Plant City has been lighter the past had heard the complaining witness he There are many other important 2'Main.:\ : 3rd Moor. Jacksonville Fla. ''YII'K.

Silver Springs near Ocala flows 375- three days than the preceding three- promptly adjourned court with the topics: "-.|ual suffrage good roads, increasing - "1111).el.I you're trump., 1 het hi

000 gallons a minute. It is believedto day period, but the quality of the berries remark that "anyone whose sym- I pensions! and others which I No Worms. In a Healthy ChildAll u III ue\ei mine to .see me axiiln said,
,
be the largest spring on earth. has shown some improvement.There pathies are known to be German need would expect no protection from this court." mitted. color which Inillratml pour blow!, and, as e n month Infer Mnllle read the
Is still some evidence of the God; bless all of the Giles rule, there Is more or lea nf?m.rh dU'iirb" .nr0. linni.iincr.ment of Ihe engagement of
Joe Walker a negro charged with effect of the heavy rains of two weeks mayors Very truly yours GROVE S TASTELESS: chill TONIC elves rrmiMrlyfur
shooting Night Watchman Gerald at but the effect reflectedin stamp and may their tribe increase.. R. A. GREEN two or three works will enrich the bl,..... tin Illchnrd Holmes and Martha. IrTlni
Greenville Monday, was taken fromChil'f ago principal Palatka News. Starke, Florida. povetb.. digestion end e.t..a General. btrftnadirnlrttf Hut us yet Mollle: tin* no other sultan,
the movement, is the decrease in
Timlo tothewhulesystem. Nature will the
"
heen nhe 'Is known and
line us "tricky,
of Police Swilley and Officer yield demonstrating that the plantsin throw off or dispel the worm,mil the Child wll: MIn
' Cooper one mile from Greenville on The torrential downpour of rain GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN protect health Pk...nt to uk. aka. per hratie Kl" e i.ow realizes I hut her mother, was.
patches damaged.The
were badly
the road to Madison and shot to death'' some Sunday and Monday has damaged l rluht when she told her she would have
price strengthened a little yes- dome of the WITH LEMON JUICE to Puffer the .
by a mob. The negro was arrested at great: potato fields of consequences.
Sortie lots
that classed
terday. were The Great
Hastings and
East Palatka
Tallahassee yesterday and was being accordingto ------
as brought high 60 cents
fancy as as
taken to Madison for safe keeping.The but most of the offerings sold at 40 reports by several large planters.The Make a Beauty Lotion For A Dialect Was One Good Cngllih.
extent of the loss
cents and below. The growers are receiving determined but it is not can believed not yet be to Few Cents to Remove Tan, j Influenza TornadoIs A dlhJert .Is f"lk."p..h. u form of
heavy rains of the past ten the mother tollK'le spoken by peopleof
approximately $2,000
a day
days have damaged the celery and now. be alarming. With the! clear weather Freckles, Sallowness. j I native stork, Ions; settled In the district .

'strawberry crops of the Sarasota section i today a more hopeful spirit pervades About Spent where It prevntlfl. It In of quit.
the_ :
potato di.tricfa More .tandin
.' considerate extent some m Rwater Your has the lemons and an ancient and respectable descent as
to ,
a r I The Federal grand jury has handed was noted in the woods west of grocer an'l hit in its wake countless thousandsarc
of the celery being entirely killed down indictments charging A. E. I'alatka and northward drug store or toilet counter will left listless coroless, weak andemaciated. the accepted speech. Accident! has re-
the
while the strawberries have been cut of along: road ply with three ounces of orchard ilncvil It to the condition of a meal I
Donegan Kissimmee, Fla, former for Ponds that you The physical forts of its
many years. have been
and white fir few the or provincial Idiom. It has divergedfrom
off for the present. The celery president of the defunct St. Cloud dry for twenty-five have a cents. Squeeze victims have been buttered, to pieces.
land have years again juice ot two fresh lemons into tot- the standard llfrrnrror IlInlual.
tomatoes on the higher not I National Bank, of St. Cloud, Fla., H Nature needs assistance in
come into their rebuildingthe
own, and the lake are the latter has from It.
diverged
tie 'hen In the orchard white and
been damaged to as great an extent' with embezzlement of the bank'sfunds. put system. The red corpuscles in the
overflowing and adding the adjacent for dialects, Is well known.
shako well. This makes as are
as that on the muck lands, but the :{ The second indictment charges flat woods to their a quarter pint blood can be restored by taking No.
territory. Many rnnnervatlve. rend cling to vocaNee
of the best lemon skin whitenerurd many
season has been retarded for all truck: Donegan, together with former Cashier farmers very 101 Tonic. This Tonic contaisn iron
providing against such ex- complexion beautifler known. I l Inflections. yntactlcnl usnieaand
crops. :| Paul K. Weaver, with misapplication
egencies were prepared with pumpsof which we all know makes rich blood; pronunciations which lire nearerto
lotion
Massage this
fragrant,
I! of the bank's funds. In the third great capacity, to assist the irrigating diily into the face, neck creamy arms and it also contains quinine which drives the primitive tongue than thos
j The United States naval training Indictment A. W. Gustus cashier of the malarial and aids
ditches out
in term
removing the water f hands and just see b" w freckles! tan which hsve displaced them In the accepted -
camp at Key West ceased to exist as the bank failed, is charged with aiding :I from the fields. Preparation for handling sallowntiis redness and rouirhnessJmapp greatly in the restoration of the human speech.

r 8 receiving ship and training station and abetting Donegan and Weave the Urgent crop ever grown In ar and how smooth, soft and system. The magnesit in this

t.Monday. The few remaining men) er in the alleged embezzlements. The this section Is going merrily on, and clear the skin becomes. Yes! It Is No. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the In s Minute.W. .

J"" jifwere transferred to the navy amount is between one hundred and an extensive campaign of advertising han.less, and the beautiful result bowels and rids the system of all poisonous do a good many things la a tnlnat -

i/t :yards where they were quartered InM4the fifty and two hundred thousand dollars for help in harvesting is now in pro win surprise TOO.-Adv. (/8)I and refuse matter. Begin to- *. For Instance, we are whirled on

,: new barracks. The training camp according to District Attorney gress. day and take it at least two weeks. the outside of the eartb Just 13 miles

W8 itself is not entirely abandoned, fore Phillips. You Had Typhoid Fever Would You At drag stores. and have gone around the sun 1.0S9

%_.| officers continue to mess The Qiiatee Thai 0.. Net Affect The Head Consult a Druggist or a Physician ThG B. Williams Co. mules ; a nj of llghl baa traveled 1l.-
: *and guard will protect the A German sympathizer In Orlando l tJ
a Sff jUJff JM&y e effort. nkm 100,000 miles, ; the lowest Bound your
until the affairs of the there'j applauded a scene at a moving picture IVE BJtOMO QUININE (Tebietil can b. Sole Manufacturers
; by stow .' rimlo Headache dizziness poor or uncomfortable ear can catch baa made OOO vlbraJi -
.wound up. show which praised the kaiser, . E.W.GkOVLSn..sotr.sbe: fcfc vision, may or may not be the Quitman, Georgia ui I w>. Mc>> !t tra*. 2.28O.QQO_vi.
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I Bradford County Tscgraph! |I "The good highway Is the straight i iI amount equivalent to sit million dol- RISING r.

| road that opens the way to better lars for the construction! of roads in I I i

r.: | schools, better religious activities in Florida, there opera great/ vision off Rising, Mar. 21.-Capt. Green and
: BOOST Home State
+ bh'.!inl e'kv-! and entered as. Bee- I country churches, better dwellings, ture progress of the state. this I force of convicts worked the road r rI your by sendingyour

; .. and class, nuttier at the iMwt-otfice at und that: means better homes, more Yliat:. amount of worn! and money I at C'olfee Branch Monday. We are

,! 1 i lr, Klnrke 1 Florida.E. + rontentmi'nt on the farms, larger food placed on new roadj in this state glad to see the good work beginning Mail orders to Florida HouseOur
I a
j I production, with more profit justly would build!, upprox.riiHte'y; two thousand I and hope it will continue.
l =" = earned by the grower and a yet lower m.les.: Add that to those already Prayer meeting is held nt the home
a S.1.: .\TIll EWH, Txlllor' and Owner. ]! i cost to the consumer. constructed and It would result of Charles :McClellan each Wednesdaynight. Service has given us National prominenceOUR

T 1 J. C. KOKINSON;: Associate 1i+tnr. 'j "On ono 8id.-thc. safety of civilisa in the state being crossed at many All cordially invited.

I lion, increased food supply and the l l.ces with roads from ocean to gulf, I II!. I.. Drownlce, of Starke, has added .

rounding out of the nation's life; on in long routes extending from the a number! of line cattle to his farm.

1010 iy.TAiR.OH) rml I t the other side-civilization endangered i northern borders to the very southernmost I :Mrs. I. CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
S. Smith spent the day withMrs. FINE
._ .. : food riots; a certainty of the future point of the-state. It would I .
t ; Jeff Norman Thursday
NIR..Ji T JITw"ili.H.IT rRl .ill with a nation sunk in its own
give good/ roads to and
I bottomless mud holes, sometimes every county ;Sewn: :Mott has made a great improvement Everything in BOOKS
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to almost .
every town in the state.It
1
-- -ot culled roads."-:Manufacturers Ke- on the old Cason farm He LEADING
would bring thousands of farms has been it and
stumping taking out Office Outfitters
b
Complete
and groves in close touch with markets -
2345618 cord.'I trees. This shows the passers-by that LINES
GRATITUDE > by easy conveyance. It would some of the farmers of this section
bring to the state thousands on 'I have been the bad Toys and Athletic Goods
'. 919 1112 J3J415 thou-i busy, even though/
cards of tourists who have
never
The people stood nobly behind tho I IA'overnml'nt weather has prevailed for the last
here before. It would build the Artists Surveyors and Draftmen's Materials
,
up month or so.
and the different administrations I I
1,6 19 20 2122 waste places and make habitable I I
sections -
,
\
r while the war was waging : Ir.lnd Mrs. Charley Mersey, of
1JJ,25ZfJ2it2829 They did without many of the necesxities where people have not yet gone, Lake Butler, visited the JAcksons last KODACS, Photographic Supplies

2t } of life, without many of their I because. of the poor ronds. |I week. They were accompanied home

.._ .. . _. I ciotomed." luxuries, paid the wartime Every county would profit, every by Mrs. Oliver Jackson and children Thermos Bottles, Safety Razors
--- -- - - - town would the
grow us result of this
r, I prices and, all without murmur- (I Ficd Sweat is working at the Wain-!

I The people' of St. Augustine are ing They bought; Liberty Bonds. I great ida i is! movement now wise enough if the state and of Flor- I I right mill! in the Watcronk section \Ve carry complete stock in all our lines

talking of ,i issuing municipal bonds War Savings, and to theRrl : progressive -
t Stumps gave enough to the I!I :Mr. and :Mrs H. L Brownlce and '
for civic improvements, mainly the Cross anti associate! ,! charities'I I to secure! six million grasp dollars'opportunity worth I II :Mv. and Mrs. A. V. Long, of Starke, Printers, Lithographers, Engravers
installation of n modern sewerage without stint. Verily they nre renp-, I
of roads\ nt an expenditu.ro of less were visitors ut the home of J. M.Ijrowuk'o .
system. log' their reward!! The war industries : afternoon. of Loose Leaf
I _., than half that money. Sunday Manufacturers System
has been dismissed, i liS''
-- -- ----- t board
j It must. be remembered in I It sure looks to the I
I this con- good see plows
r Every progressive rillxon! : I is in fav- have the local food administrations j jWhnf I
11l'<'ton; that thc roads, once secured. going onCe again. '
or of good streets and 1 good roads and la the result? Instead of thl'l I -
other needed improvements! and ron- predicted loM.ring: of prices! on nc- must+ he Kept up and that the legislature I E.'tl.: Davis, our mail carrier, rHF.rl, i-J. -
1 if it provides means for the brought the mail around in his good I t V
veniences even thouir'i it does mean coiint of the war closing, PRICES t
acceptance of the offer of the federal ole Ford Tuesday. Welcome buck, 'c
increased taxation,Manatee River CONTINUE: TO ROAR; Coffee has .
government, should, also I-lIl'ry-we haven't .../
r Journal. something it did not do provide seen you for two -
: gone up- -
;+. thnt the roads, when built, shall he : weeks. 1 RrST RE.
.' T-17IONF.RY.nOOK Av"
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while the war was on. Cigarettes _
Strike:tk'IItI;;! :: ; ,: maintained. We could not afford to : Mrs. Drew Alvarez and _
-t they arn getting : have 1I.lvnnc'from' 25 to 3:1: 1-3 percent I son, Levy,
,it, I '. common, and everybody may he and the end! is not yet Instead permit them deteriorate( for If they Iof Starke, visited Mrs M. J. Alvarez I 32 46
to; rundown 4549V.. Bay St. & Forsyth St.
once began
the
\tr, walking the cri-.e keeps: growing.Si ; of protecting the people the Government I statewould Sunday.

:t.1 .T>pOHc the oil wells should strike, seems to have closed its eyes I have difficulty in bringing in i The Lange man was around Tues-

: and the nutomhoileq] and the tin liz turned its back and said to the profiteers I which the general government would day. Glad to have him visit us ugain. _/

r; zips are tied up in the stalls.> -Plant -"fio; to it-the war is over and I I require them to be maintained.The !. I'I'I I There are plenty of out patches
tf people of this state should.! atact
City Courier. need, aid bleed
their
longer -
wo no around hero! but none equal those at =
them bleed, them n-plenty while once their legislators know thnt ]I AGENCY ESTABLISHED I8S6
and the A. V
Long; fuuu. He has about 1
Sanford enjoys the distinction of is But do they want this groat offer acceptedby DAVIS & COMPANY
tho bleeding good. they j' MX acres from one to three feet high. J. R.

; 1 Ir: unveiling the first monument to the reckon without considering Vox Pop- j ...houll\the\. be state and such public} opinion They are certainly tine ij/i[ FIRE INSURANCE
ti. soldiers of the recent war, both in uli ? The people rule in the end-in exerted upon that body thatit 'J he I
many friends! out here of
will Rev.
+ act Starke Floridaterest.
Florida\ and in thn country Good for spite of assertions to the contrary. I, promptly and effectively Law ,
in were very much pained to hear of
preparing the new roads Florida .
Snnford, and good for I F. L. Miller,, Lot( the masses make up their minds his death, which
in I can'now secure, if she wants them occurred at his home
who
t presented the handsome mnrhle that they are b..ingrnt.,1! mind that Starke
shaft to the and, Times- robbery -'and she does.-:Miami Herald. in Friday.
city county.- congress is winking at the ) DOLLARS AND CENTS

t Union. and there will I b,* n change in every i 'H.Z.JIiSI'JJU: ;: U WAlt The Times-Union will carry every Counting it only in dollars and cents

1"3 t -- - - elective dfllco in the gift of the peopie. |I EVERGREEN"Evergreen : day from ten to 'fifteen columns of the how much did that last cold cost you?

F1 If those who are wrangling' over That may not make it any Led its reporters A man not
t. Plot for Assassination legislative proceedings may always stop work
h "i \$ 1 the location of hard ronds I will abandon ter but it will teach the polit <'het.j l :Mar 21.-We are having pore, Declares Catholic at Sara- covering not only the actual happen- when he has a cold, but perhaps it

; i l the idea thnt n good road I'nn' be that the people are about at the limit I! some line weather at this writing.Redflintr Priest ings of the day but the equally im would be better if he did. It takes '
l I" built by every man's door, there mny of heir nntlenee. The only reason ', EIIl'rY was irinifinrv his;
of about ten
Verne, ;March portant "underground" workings days to get completely rid
12.The
+ try, be some possibility of forming new !that there hue not bier' an industrial rr.irdparents, jl;. and :Mrs.: 11. Wilkinson of Archduke assassination ! the capital city. of n cold under the usual treatment.
,
Frederick and his
road! districts>llnll floating bonds for outbreak is because the world war I' Sunday afternoon. That time be much shortened
can
the hard surfacing/ of the main roads floe in time to awaken the sleeping Those attending the show at the wife, the duchess of llohenburg, at T1IK .MOST: :; COMPLETE LEGISLATIVE Chamberlains by
taking: Cough Remedy
in the proposed district As desirable patriotism of the people. Don't give State Farm Saturday night from Evergreen Snn.pcvo: on June 18, 1914, was the' Uin'OUTS "='II) THE BEST and proper care of yourself, in fact,

*' as. it might be, it is impossible to convert that name newly awakened patriotisma l" were, Misses ]Doris and !n..- result of a deliberate! plot led by the GENERAL ;NEWS: .SERVICE. TOO a bottle of this remedy in the houseis

s 1 every pig\ trail in the county into dose of knock-out drops?-Koler'sKurrent i ''oris Rosier :Messrs. J. S., J.V.., ..T.F. late Count Tiszu, according to statements No other Florida newspaper will a mighty/ good investment during

'" n mnirnificient/ hard-surfaced high Komment !in Puntn Gorda i ., G. P.. N. p. and W. L. GrilTls. II F., made in a pamphlet by a priest undertake the handling of the legis the ,winter nnd spring months.-Adv.

,v way.-Honifuy Advertiser lerllld.r.onu\ I rF.: and W. B. Redding, W. II. andR. who was the spiritual advisor of the lature's work in any such complete!

f fl'? S. Rosier, William and, Joe :Morgan. duchess og Hohenburg, according and comprehensive way.
E: Piles Cured (In 6 to 14 DaysDruggists
,;: Brndentown has twice as> many ROADS) EVERYWHERE; Troy Chesser was in Lawtey one day to a Vicnnn dispatch to the Frankfort You will need the Times-Union to refund If PAZO OINTMENT foils

f .':, miles of hived streets. as any city' its I I last week. Gazette. The pamphlet entitled keep informed shout> the doings at tocura Iuhln4. Blind money. DlepoingorPmlfudlag, Piles.!
size in the south; it owns its own South Floridii. : is not alone in planning I Pvt. Robert Griflis. who has been "The Tallahassee while the low-makers are Instantly: : relieves I Itching,: iMci, and you can gut
Sarajevo Murder r"stful sleepnftiT the
and Count Tis- tt-t ui'tm+ "'tun. Prlm'\ B a
t
water, system; its sewerage: system Is. I great things in the way of roiul- stationed at Camp Johnstown, Jack- 7a'R there, no matter how many other papers
complete, its street lighting service milking Illinois> and Pennsylvania ( .sonville, received: his discharge from Responsibility for the World'Yllr" read.Meanwhile, .
"
r supberb, bordering, th" Thursday and 1 is said to have made n profound you COFfiNS
on extravagance; I pointed' the way to comprehensive i l army returned to the Times-Union will CASKETS
it owns n beautiful city park with Ii statewide pelimment "road systems at his home Friday. impression in Austria. I -1 1
golf links; its public buildings and' i I their! elections last November. Sev- I :Mr. and Mr11.. p." Redding were It is declared., that Francis Ferdi- continue to give its readers the news And a full line of

1/, fire fighting outfit are A, 1. With I I oral other Northern and! Western I visiting :Mr. and :Mrs J. W. Griffis on nand repeatedly refused, to go to of the world and the news that of has Floridain made 'I undertakers' Supplies:
exhaustive
all this and more, our municipal tax !I .states have begun to see a great light I Sunday afternoon.Robert Sara; I"vo. the way | Automobile Heurs!
1 rate is. only 11! 1-2 mills on the dol. '' and are falling over each other toget Grills visited friends at "The most elemeitry precautionswere its reputation as a great nC'wllpnpl'r.The I'
departments Viwnys hand. The
editorial the society < I on bestr
lar.-:Manatee River Journal.: I into thc game. As soon as our j I i :Maxville Saturday night and Sunday. admitted," it is stated, by the the literary page features, the I I"comic" vice at the lowest prices. Special
.T.
M. Rosier and dughtl'rIiss! De-
soldiers get li.ack from )France, where priest illustrations the market ,
Now that prohibition" has carried! loris, and !Mrs. Daisy :Moseley re- attention to telegraph orders.
I they found the muddiest country on were "He was simply led into a trap prepared and all other sections of the '
the Indies of the W. C. T. U. are out I earth made habitable and enjoyableby shopping in Lawtey :Saturday.Mrs. :; ports I ;: -
by the court At Vienrn and by Times-Union are today better than j SeftustcfeIj EmbalmerOeWITT
of a job and they have turned their i a system of unimpeachable highways : J. W. Griflis and daughter,
attention to tho prohibition of tobuc- I the sentiment for mending the ,I Miss: :Myrtie, were shopping in Lawtey the Hungarian" aristocracy headed l by evei before. (,I

eo. !If they will only turn their efforts. ;,] years of shortsighted. neglect in America Wednesday.Mrs. Count Tisza. By mat), daily and Sunday, postage I'Ill C. TONES

to the prohibition of of cornbread, say I is going> to be irrestible. : Laura Chesser is improved at Thp general idea of the pamphlet prepaid A fur this is that Magyar magnates with the months $2.25; six months, $-J.50j; one
one year, we would be wid 'em writing.Remember -
These j '--
._. u_ ___'.. __ are several ,of, ,the most note- I
uui we win nave 10 ring on on tins. ,| worthy instances or nignway improve- church nt Evergreen/ on consent of the Vienna court wishedto year, $9.00.

'I l tobacco stuff. If we can't. get a little' merit sentiment that have developedI. ,i Saturday: nnd Sunday. Everybody in- get rid of the duke, who was> extremely FLOKIDA TIMES-UNION: ;: cremmro! t

joy out of life, what's the use. of liv- !I during the past few months. They j vied disliked and obtain> vengeancefor Jacksonville, Fin. & FULLER'S

'I 1 IIII('. If the worthy ladies of the W. C. ,'' indicate that one of the lessons of i -- the murder nt the expense of the FRESH CANDIES
EXTRA-If subscription order is
%c t. T. U. do not wii.li to chew tobacco or''' the war has been driven home. When !j I R'(1RTIIiNGTONWorthington ; ,JI' o-lnvs!, who would be made help-( forwarded to the Times-Union direct Come To

)-' it snuff aJune.-Lake they have our permission to let'I''I i Florida! puts over her great road!' l 1..11. It I Is pointed out thnt no "proper and promptly with $1.00 your name Ir
Wales i
f Highlander j scheme, and the returning" soldiers I Mar. 21.-R. B. Rob- Inn'i'rv"' was ever made into thetrnredv. will be ndded! to their mail list from 1 W. A. BESSENT

j 'I!' get chance to have their influenceI erts and daughter, Ruth, Sunday ,
; ,, It takes about $1.000,000) n year' a spent March 20th until June 5th. This will CIr.JijOCJODrlOrlfJm: !!} !! mfJf'.Jl'rnJC.nf'.1' } !
b' to run the State, of t Florida This'. I I felt, we may expect a much greater/ and :Monday in Jacksonville fountPtenhnn TiR:1.11.111'1: ""vn* 1"- more than cover the entire Legislature .,---_ -- -.. -.
nation-wide interest in this important'1 Norman Shenlly arrived home last msstnnt nt TludTPest on November 'pl'rio.nnd.\ it means thnt you will reee've -
Ij' 'I !
Legislature has> to appropriate an reform Americans, the most progressive week after Ht'rvingUnele Sam for along : 1. 111! 1R. wns for many veirs one of the : the Times-Union nt less than the ,

.. amount sufficient to run the state i|I people in the world, have too while. lending fip"ire in Austro-Hunirirlnn | "before the war subscription rate."
II l li 1
until the next Legislature meets in !, long, been guilty of gross neglect in I :Messrs. Ebbin Rogers, Edit Rainey nftlifienl life To him ",'n" attributed i This is a special offer and does not

two years which will amount to $2-: I j! one of the most important particulars deal Eugene; \ Rogers were among the the whole Balkan policy of the dual' mean any permanent reduction in subscription IS YOUR LIFE

000,000( ( and maybe more. If the Appropriation for civilization and prosperityare business visitors to Lake Butler Saturday monarchy After the assassination of, rates. The offer Is open to

Hill could be shaved, and. in good condition nil tho year Archduke, ; Frencis Ferdinand It was all. Send One DOllar-Adv. 3-14-21. INSURED?

I ftp passed the first thing it would I around. i! S. .L Russell's son, of Alnchua, is Count Tisza who took the iniativo in i

a lot of special appropriations stop that February1th the :Minnesota legislature \'i"itinghim this week. the steps taken against Serbia. It is ;N.: C. OR FLORIDA RUNNER; ; I PEANUT -

we could ensdy do without, and which decided to submit a $100,000-I i Dennis Hubl'rtlnd Inman Harrison i said that the ultimatum sent to Serbia ;: SEED I REPRESENT THE

runs up taxes. lut! >,!.Appropriation Duo bond issue for paved highway con- were among/ the visitors to Lake on July 24, 1914 was largely his For immediate acceptance and casV

h' Kill is. struction. A joint and concurrent lUitlcr last week. ,work. ._ with order I can furnf-h the N. C. or MUTUAL LIFE INS.
I .
always put off until the last --- --
Fralick oC Florida Runner Seed Peanut ut r;.,
IewI'Y Providence
I revolution in the :Missouri! legislature wasa I
thing; in the nieantim: the schemers proposes to submit constitutional visitor to our burg Friday after I cents per pound ($1.50 per bushel) f CO. OF N. Y., THE

"j get in their work which cannot be re- amendment authorizing a the issuance noon. / WILL\ THE j, o. b. Lowell, Fin OLDEST COMPANYIN

;i cinded, the II. T. HALL, LOWELL., FLA.
treasury h tapped, and of state bonds up to $t>0,000,0no for Georgia Yarborough was the guestof I _
'q. .," tho tax-payers "pays the freight" A the purpose of building. a system! of :Mrs. Noah Taylor Saturday after THE U. S.

I number of I Representatives 1 rave I'enInh'r'i.w.1 "memorial highways" Of course this noon. FLORIDA LEGIS- j

i who expross thenuehcsao means an increase in the tax levy, t: ll'ssrs.1ennis\ Roberts, Wesley I i 17LANKSC

being:: in favor rf reducing:: *nxe!, but the conviction is growing rapidly Williams, Inman Harrison, Norman JOS. E. WILSON

but have not mapped. out any plan that the money spent is a good and Luke h"allvlnd Butler Saturday Edd Reaves evening.motored to TUREDOTOYOUi LLlit .

how to go:: about it. Th .\ profitable investment. I 1
ppropn.itio.iHill :Mrs.
R I
., H. Roberts and little son,
Population considered Florida h. TONIC
coming:: first, carrying! i? !,00'tiOO.) ) ( more and better Wesley, lire spending. n few days with ; II I
paved highways than - - -
I that must would her sister And what will\ it do for ?
(pass put many new! other this week, while her husband you
any state in the Union and The
4 "Thep epsedt6lePemody during tlvpidrmii FEED OUT YOUR HOGS'
!
\ members especially, t,1 Thinking, and Tribune is proud of the fact that it is in Jacksonville\ Every measure which comes beforeit

be on guard, as! being, new and !inexperienced inaugurated. a campaign six years ago Dewey Fralick was the guest of will affect you, directly or indirectly CUIll9ANDFEVEI.ftiU&IACOLDr.GRIPPUNFlUE? SIX WEEKS EARLIER
rrlends! ,
they are trapped l l'0'ori: they to bond] the state for $50,000,000 for Friday evening. '
know it.-Bradford County Times.Ii.lith the of Dennis Roberts was n visitor to ,You owe it to yourself to keep ful- ZArU In every lot of hogs on feed two or
constructing
purpose state
Mrs.: n. J. Roberts Sunday morning. ly informed in regard to the proceedings three fatten qukly and actually eat

highways The many friends), of Wiley Williams of the coming RC'>!Rlon.Don't 25ano50ctr Nofure- Pay loss> than others. If all would fatten
ROVDS A bill ,
was introduced
by Representative like these, the entire
> are .glad to see him out again, wait until some injurious law drove would be
Angle. of yolk anti Senator after being very sick for a while. 'has been enacted and then kick aboutits d.) inlackronvillefla.byTU6TROP1cAIGof1PERAT"JECO! ready for the market six weeks ear-
"Tho future of civitiiution! of Stringer, of Hornnmlo
t material which defeated lier arid
was> to save six weeks'
J. :M. Rogers wife and son ,James enforcement. Watch the bills introduced I feed Is an
mornl and educational progressin by n very small majority. A were callers nt the home of E. L. Rogers : from day to day. I| : :, item that you fully understand.
America, depend: the few ignorant ,
bhchWn'H. and
upon .
unprogressive meta The hog that fattens
Friday! afternoon. When you see that a dangerous one, cosily must be
worked unceasingly to defeat the measure \rthnny Parrish and little ulster has been offered, protest right away!' in prime condition. The B. A. Thom.
"Had highways J -mud or deep sand and were successful, be it said CHRONIC; ('IINSTiI'.1TiIIN-; as', Hog Powder is
werein! senator and a conditioner
town Saturday' afternoon.Dr. to your representative> : for
roads spell" backwardness. Gond highways to th..ir't'rhlMtin shame and dis-! Tht.fi are ni" ipli who never have n hogs. It keeps their
Cnrefoot and J.1: ROl'rMVl're be equally prompt in commendinggood : system clean!
make certain the advancementof t'rnce. The however mo\'enw'lt of the bowels! without it is
taxpayers: were business' visitors to Lake Butler :Mon measures. and healthy and enables them to fat-
i religion, education and wealth. undaunted and since that time the niodueed, by n cathartic. :Most of them '' ten quickly without falling
"Bad highways/ will drive and various day. THE ri.ORinV TIMES-l'NION;: I that cond, a prey to
men coirities of Florida have bondd Clarence Scat has returned home have brought/ tion on them- ; the usual diseases of hogs. The B.

t"i women from the farms into cities < for twice that amount and are after taking n short" course in telegraphy WILL KEFP YOir FULLY ('OSTEDAs ; '|, < Ives hy tho use of mineral waters i i I A Thomas' Hog Powder is not stock

thus reducing the number of food producers -till rapidly progressing and developing : nt Newman) Ga. usual the Florida Times-Union and strong cathartics that take too ,, food. It's straight medicine! and we

and increasing:: the nnmb r of the state and its resources by+ Seeber Edwards, of Old Bradford, will print daily the fullest and most much water out of the system and aggravate -!I took the agency because" it enables you
.-oaths -n i r fed fi-in. a 'tcruily. diminishing the disease they "nnt to I ,
constructing elegant and IIl'rvlcra'ltI WAR in town Sunday. complete renorts of the work of the are m to feed out your hogs much earlier.
\ food supply. That: road hwII-TllnJpn Tribune Clayton Scarborough, of Starke, State Legislature. at the coming regular relieve. A mild laxative tonic like I! Sold byJ.
loud straight to anarchy anti Bolshevism Chamberlain's Tablets affords
: .
was In town Saturday afternoon. session. a gCntie Slanning: !', Starke.
for a decreasing! food supply and FLORIDA WANTS THOSE ROADS :Messrs. Wesley Williams, Dennis Three tnlT correspondents of tho movement of the bowels thnt you Douglass & Knight Lake Butler.

increasing population congestionbreads : Roberts and Inmnn Harrison were the paper will be kept at Tallahassee during hard'y realize hits been produced by a W. L. Overstreet. Lawtey.

1 discontent, poverty, and ultimate With the success of the plans to secure guest of friends and relatives nt the the entire session and they will medicine, and their use is not so likely A. D. Andrews, Raiford.

tynarchy.k } from nation and from: state an county,seat Sunday. report fully everything of general In. to be followed by constipation. J. V. Jones, Hampton.._.Adv. .



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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1)1J.: !> BRADFORD( COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAHkE, FLORIDA PACE FIVE: i e er
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I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis entertained 'and conduct and by his ever ready : --d r

c I u house party at their Kingsleylake interest and attention to those who :, INSURE WITHI
cottage from Friday afternoonto werelow in work and conduct his !

\ Sunday afternoon The party was ability to instill into those who desiredto '
B WILSON
Bits of LocalInformation composed of Messrs. Joe Gardner Luther rise above our present standards I -

t Guffin and Ronald Eaton, all or.IIII'kon'iII"'j and from viewpoint of character and' STARKE, FLORIDA

[ ; Miss Flora Clovvcr, of intellectual abilities we can very
I t i 'I .Maiko, and Miss Ruth :Millignn, of truthfully boast of one of the best GENERAL INSURANCEFIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILE '

.liul.-tinville The boating and! tlnhingwas terms in the history. of Brooker school.

iCww..w/n/.. P..f.. 7..M... ta.I thoroughly enjoyed bj the whole\ I ( Signed ) IncAbornathy, Ruby
party Crosby Lubediu Pinholster, Lottie d
\ I II. I Lorene Ha/en Maude Shaw .
m.,47. ---- - -- -- - Uainey, ?

l Kelly .Axes $1.75, going/ at 1 Marvin Hiucn Lucian Haicn. :: supply of this vegetable until late svinpnthi/t1 with the parents in tho
$1.25; at Starke Hardware ('0. I I Prof honors is one of [ll'uICord'1I1 I ne\t: fall. The most desirable type is loss of their first born ''i
S. L I : : most promising young men. Duringhis 1 what i is known us the t-trmgless green -- -. - - ---:
several !' : -- ------ high schoolvoik he vvim admiredand : pod In the spring of the year this 1.\\\ TI'\: '

.- .. : : \ ) :Mrs. E. S. Walker has us pll osontgu..sts esteemed. hy all\ who knew him. I'will make beans about 45 or GO days

Mrs. at the present time Miss Jitney lie was well\ known for his studious from the time of planting. Tho extra: : ( Continuptl I From Page One) tlr

a week's Stringfellovv and :Mrs Mary Dickens, habit-> and a desire to do right always. rally Red: Valentine, if planted now. r
ville. whoso home is Chester S. C. These Since his graduation his former traits. i will\ give u crop in 10 to 15: days. James Shepard and daughter Miss

ladies are making! a leisure trip : seem to have, followed him to the Then1 is also an Early: Yellow called Clara May, were visitor to Jatkioit-

Mr. through Floiida. They have already school i room as a teacher and although the Six-Woeks, und 1 to those who like I v Ills fciuturday.H. .

land, ' J been in Jiuksonv illo-- d Starke and1me i! just twenty years of age he is. ranking tu| wax IICIIIIH this variety is rueonitmotulcd. W. :Miller, of ('I"-land, Ohio, N
urday. among our very, best ton-tiers: in presenting . spending u few weeks here us the
for few will
here
.--. a days. They and representing the best 1 It in too early to plant any of the guest of his sister, :Miss Amiio \VnU.
Mule ( ; : ) then proceed to the southern part of i alias and I methods in the- school loom lima type of bean but plantings can I :Miss Mvrtie Sapp returned to Jacksonville

Starke : , : the State and cover nil the cities j jvvoith I from an educational eta iitijioi lit. I bo made of the little Sieve liutlerbeun Sunday, after upending a few

) while before returning to their Death of :Mrs. ,\. U. Surrency I I This is, n very hardy variety, and/ '' davs, hero at the homo of her par ,
Roger homes.-Gainesv'ille Sun;; Much;\ 11th. Mrs. A. It Suriency tiled at her should I be in every garden, us it I Ue.'iy eats Mr. and Mrs L. L. Sapp.R. .

in' ti" n : -- -- --- _. home Tuesday night, March 11th. I' \. delicious and thu yield is Konor- 1 D. Bennett was transuding btiM- p

old 1 (' special price on :Men-. ('Int! liinfr about tin'oo miles front Brooker, of ally satisfactory. Beets should bo tress\ in Jnl'ksonvi1ono\ diy lust I

overalls: etc. Also Ladies: cancer of the stomach Before her :i planted now. The 1 Early Egyptian-w week
:Miss thc earliest variety. For' those wli c. It. Sapp was transacting business
$2j.l)0: ) marriage, Mis. Surrent y was a
$17.10: nt Garments, (Oin. hams. and Dioss Sallie Billiard of Valdostii, ia., was have room to /glow a few cantaloupes in Starko one day last week A Ai

... Goods. Cash Department SI ore born and reared, in Liiwmles. county planting can bo made of the Rocky Mist Dora ("link, Wuturoak, was

Col J. ----- and i 1- survived by four brothels anti Ford as early as' possible. visiting relatives in Lnwtey Wednes j

villi ;\ : J. I.. Matthews, the farmer king and two >M-.ters' Mrs. 1 P. Shaw of Ray The) old-time collard should not beoypilooked. tiny n
Sunday merchant prince of Rlnnd was a pl as- i i City: (>a., Airs.. I D W Shaw of Moul1 A few hills of cut'iimors| M. L .T.oudholU: was transacting i'

ant caller!! at the court house Tuesday i! ..., (Gu.; Henry llullard, of Mayo are desired, ns, they arc very much In business in Jaekxonville''hursday and tri

110..". $ : afternoon He said] it had required LOUIBilliard, Valdosta, On, and deninnd I and u quick growing crop, mind Friday.Miss.
*nt M.irke; three modes of travel to got him hereon 'Adam Jones nf Ray City, Ga., and ...IIt'I'nly'r"\ good results. For avery Kn/.a: Blanihaitl: , of Jacksonville

account of the condition of the I !Mnllio Jones of Ray City (3a.i early crop the Early: Russian and spent n few days in I.nwh'y last
A. P. ;';; I : : roads He was fortunate enough to i She w"ns married 28 years ago to i the Eiuly: Green Cluster mo rocommonelotl. week nt the home\ of her parson, Mr.
tion was dispose of the cotton he had on hand !''A. U. }Suriency of IIl'lltlfortcounty./ I A few plantings of the Jersey and, Mm A. M Blllnch"/ rd.

Stake some SOS) bales, recently at n figure I and l five children blessed the union, nil Wakefield\ type of cabbage hhoulelbo ,\. W. Hodges, of Jacksonville,

which brought him in nearly $50,000 ;, of whom are U>ft to moor her demise./ : nuido. Eggplants are n very dosiraldo spout Sunday in l.awtey as the guest

25: and even at that, considering tho i They mo, Eugene: ( Vera Joe, Rosa and /'::111',1"111'1t'tnlIt., ., and to thoso lor llnoclt: J. Roberts
sperm: prices he might have gotten for the I I''Mnllio, : together with an affectionate who like it some planting should! hamndo hallos. Shepard Went to Jacksonville -

Store cotton he figures: his loss up into tho husband, who i is one of our most prominent of the HIII'k Beauty and Eaily: last week where hit hat secuicdn "b

thousands.-Gainesville: Sun. I' iti/enu. Purple. English: pens can still beplnnti'd position as dork in Wilson's Dry I'
---. -.- done that loving if mull Goods; stnre.Mi .
Edward Everything: was < an curly variety nxBui
section, :Mr. W. C. Kerce, a prominent, citi- i hands 1 and! medical skill could il<> but ,!poo's Exlin: Early: is useel In gartltris ,r.. John I III1Wl'' went to (lit inoxviIIca i

St.nke zen of the Palestine district was It to no avail Mrs. Surrency was noted of heavy soil with clay subsoil, few days ago/ to visit relatives.Mrs. .
I visitor to Starke last Saturday. In walk chai'liable Charles Dmkins and little son 4.
for. her Christian anti Grailus: is one of the best nnd so I is f)
$1.7: \: !: speaking of the ravages of the boll deeds of kindness and )bore her Buffer Knox'w Kxctlslor.: A few plants of Lawience are visiting relatives In a

at Slarke i 1 IDr. weevil in his section during! the past hugs with fortitude and. was ready for Ruby King poppers should lie' set out Busline!! I this week i
: cotton season, Mr. Kerce told the reporter the Hiininiona when it came. -- - .-- -- Mr. and Mrs I J. B |11>'e And I littlo J.

l J. of one of his neighbors who Interment. was made at Doclin/ cemeteiv B. Jr.. of Jacksonville, were guests
at his rented out a farm on the f-haie-crop, in the presence" of a very large Dl'KESDiiJiOH : the lint pint of the week at tins homo /
plan and received 1 1-2 poundsof of of :Mr. mud, Mrs A. M. Blanchard.W. .
of \ people.
hon concourse Ma,'. 21-'he fnimeis of
) our
I.. Toinlinson .
of the was visitor to
cotton as his share cotton --- -- -- -- > a
Si'ks ciop. Several other instances of almost I \'I.m''I'\III.I': : : (;i.\IWI':N :SI'11IFS-( ; : section me prnpaiing" to plant, their Stork, 'I'hll.duy.llIrloll .

total failure were mentioned TIO'IIS:' crops I Reddish and family were
MIsH! Viigitt Rtigers, who Is teaching
at !
among them being one case" where the visitors to l.awtoy last week
1 farmer had a large acreage plantedand Keep the 'I'll"III'I'1i.(1' : with \ egotables at Midway spent Saturday and Sun- h..1: Roberts, was a visitor. to Baldwin -
,: with her parents, :Mr. nod Mrs. EL. :. I
ny
v. F. \ did not even pick it over the* cotton from \u\ir Own harden:: tfir the first part t>f the wt't'laO'
I .
ed to being so scarce that it would not Rogers. ---. -- - --- -
': 1 : and :t1 re. O I.. Summers spent,
ed tn j !; pay\ to go over It.BI'TIST. _ The consideration of the best. typos Sunday, with tho latter'M parents, :?\..l r. :MAV: ('OU. T\' ,urvr: : I II \S ,\1(.
of vegetables for planting during the anti, Slra..1.: 1\1. Dukes.Mis 1I1\'EIt I :
wit.h. ('IUmCIIHljtl1ll1r should be given nt-
and
combine. spring summer : W 1 It. Thomas, of Gainesville: ft
switih't ; services nt the Baptist to itiiui, now. The- following me time'' mix' visiting/ her mother, Airs. J, t R.Dukes Mr O. W. (Caswell who siii'iccds C.
Iv suggestions' ofTorod bv C. K, :alcQuorum D. iunn farm dumonstratlon
i church Sunday loth morning and last week as county
Green ) I : 'evening, to which the public is cordially .icof the Extension. Divihioir of :Mrs. :M 1.JUI."R! hail, I the mUfot agent, arrived, in Starke n few days
invited. i the Collet/p: of Agnc: ulttrc-. Plantinga; ago mill is ah"'llrly activoly engagedin )
j jBROOKTR I
fall her
Mi: : no lo and break Joft arm
| of Rally l Adam corn can he done nt his. work Mr (' "wI'll to
dam'ht"i. I I i welt UK "i-ie( 'iving other, bruises.' )11'| ciimcm
1 I tiny time. 'I his variety is u field (corn Bradford with high
county recommpnd.iliiniM
in Waldo Mann was called'' and soon bad her -
I i, but will make' a very di-siiable roasting aim dressed. from, the district agent( and it

: : Brooker Mar. 21.-L. A. Brown cur. It is u tiiick| maturing type Mis! Sarah, Douglass, Mrs.' I' .M in btlieved, he will give, the county fine "
Hemp made a business" trip to :New River and plantings should he, mndo every Rivers, and! little Miss Itohhln Rivers service, As no ofliee furnishnd /or ;
Hardware
Thursday, i i two weeks until about the middle of vl'tt.r111'/ and! 111'1.: A. Dukes on the cotintv agent the Bank of :Starkehas E''
1 { Mrs. T. C. JlIl.oWn was very sitki i, April and then the regular sweet corn 'J'hll"Hcl.IY.1 given Mr Caswell iuarterii| ns it
Mis, II. /
her In. part of last week but is improved at ; nn lie ,planted of the 'nuntry Gentleman ; :- Mr and Mrs II Sunimois! and did fr !Mr. flutin: Persons wishingto

week for Stump'.J) this writing. i i variety; and later after the soil ilnughtor Jews Ida" vi"it..11: ,r. and have pcrHonal, interviews with him
:l Mrs. W. Andreu und little son Reel-1 i I is thoroly warm" some of Stowell'sEvergreen :Mrs. J. M Duke H Sunday.Mis are invited to call at any time, and

J. ; dish, of New River, were visiting re.(I- : / Lila Merrill of Jitiksonvillt, telephone, ( nie.sagin' for him will lie received
Go atives here last week-end. I is not udviHiiHe\ to" plant any of passed through here Friday" onroute to over" the bank's phone.
brellas H Dullard of :Mayo was weekend this sweet corn too early) especially .
a the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr.e -- - -- --
visitor here with relatives beingsummoned when the soil is cool, as germination
$1 A. H Williams, of Pt. Cull, Friday.Miss leI'P'1 I'llI1.XI'III1'; : :: IN: LM\K: ('I'I'YSt
will unsatisfactory
here on account of the death be very Carrie Belle Brown spent Friday
of his sister Mrs. A. B. Plantings of snap beans should' !1.1'nil.
1 Surrency.Miss I afternoon with :Miss Annio !How '
Messrs t'lej IIMICIIIH in 'I his Specialty! ( 1111-
: :Mamie Pinholster spent part 1 I. regularly at a few weeks intt'rvnls. arel.
nova spent :! of last week in Staike.Tho Every: garden should, have n i :Mrs.. Nancy Gainey; ; was visiting her

tives body of T. II. Parker, of Plant - mother, Mrs' J. R. Dukes, last week. II. Si-eley, of Chicago/ and Phil-
. City passed through here last Wednesday ASS J FIE Clarence Scuff returned) home Sun.
... ndidihia| the noted. truss expert, will
\ morning enroute to LaCrosse. C D day f nun Newman (:in, where he ban personally be lit the Blanche. Hotel
for burial at Antioch\ On
House. cemetery ADVERTISING \been "ludyig: I telegraphy nnd will remain m Lah City Thursday'
tor. :iccount of the road being washed UI| I Earl: Dukes visited friends. and relatives rely, March liTlh. :Mr Set-ley says:
: : r t the corps was conveyed to LaCioss-, I ----- m I.nk Butler .
I Sunday. 1
OM IrM A WOltll Foil J-\: ( II )ISK1IF.TASII :. | 'fh. Spermatic Shield will not only
Mr. I c.n( the motor car of Sc-i'tion; Foreman IN AuvA'J('F. J/. D Crawfcirel wus a busine'ss visitor retain arty rinse of riiiture| perfectly
I
.j Barefoot: A number of ri'latne' and I .
among Arivfrtlni'mrliti lnNrrtil under Ills' hrud i here Tin Dilly '! friends accompanied the UTIISP In 'the mad I ht meld In ..dace.n. .il?'rllnrnioiitfor i Annie I Howard I started. 1 to ,st hoed the uv''u"'ie i case 1''lus instrument.
I cemetery where it was met by a h.t I nn. lnirtlon ....,...d far l I..n than it at Lake Butler Monday.
Monday\ I I. received the only award in. Oiglnndami :
of friends and) relatives nU Fur Innlnnctf A I'l-wnril ..Io..II..n..nl .- --- ---
'i Innrrtlnn will I hf 2] cents II for more in Spam Irodl..i"lrl'.ult.. .. vvith'I -
$2.-,0 ; / : visitor..fenDot here glass, of ,Alichim was n one than an. Inirtllun .III hi charred for at I 'IIIEODORi: / I I': II. IMKKI 1 :K <.. I x'niniv, iuj'-itmns. medical Irentment
week.
Starkti lass
out a W unl. Nuthlnv or preti'riptinns. Mr. Serley has
I H. P. Gainey made business Theodore Parker
n trip Be-rry: died at his d'x'itmi'iitH from the United States ,
Mri.! E to Hampton Friday. I I'OK S\LH: lesiele'nce tin Collins !street south yesterday fovi: rr'mf'rlt.VI..hin. ton. D. C, for
i Brooker school closed Friday much .. after an illness which caused
/ I -- -- -- ---- -- ,
spear Ing iMspettion All charity cases without
i to (he r"gret of the p""i K his confinement for about
Mrs. I I bolt SAI.r500; : seed cane, extra fight weeks. charge, or if any interestrr call, he
H. I I Mrs. I 0. Shaw, of Ray City Ga., attended long Dave Sdci, Starke. :3-1.l-2t. Mr. Parker was forty-six! years of agfHn I will I bo glad" to show name, without
the funeral of her sister, Mrs .____ n' __ .. ___ I resided( here for same time ninny .. ,
charge .ir"I.lIIRI
-- or fit I them i if \ -
'1 A. B. Surrency here last week. I'OR SALK:-N. ('. variety seed! peanuts years ago but, returned tn his native nets ,F'nutntls prevent" tnr."inlftt
any
Grandma; Anderson is still very sn'k' l j I fi cents; White Spanish 7 home in Alachun eeiunty to engage In ail :. place: ill this sectionP. .
th i new ?II 1'.,. T. B. Parker and two childrenHenry | cents. I"'. O. B Cash. F. M. Whito farming, He sumo book List fall with (

a). and Ima Jean left Saturday & Son, Lake Park Ca. 'i-lMt. u View of residing in Plant City permanently :-;.-Ltt-ry: xlntt'mi'nt In this no-
Jnox' for their home in Plant City, after a --- ----- ...- but failing health mado it lire has. been ten Iird ht-fore the Fed-

he Is few days' visit here with relatives. FOR SALK:-White Spanish Peanut impossible, fur him to be about to any end and :Mate "urtot.-I" H. Secley.dv .

tiC 4! city : I Lucian and Marvin Hazen left Saturday seed Heletterl. stock, shelled readyto e-xtent. He waR a son of the late I .\ -- It.
ItF ranean for Gainesville; where they will:! plant. I 1.2Mi! cents pound Moiled Henry Clay Parker of LaCrosse, who ,

enter school. D.nry Farm Live Oak Kla. :3 I-I i $1-2t. was one of the most widely known (lrevs's Ta..tel".4.4 chill Tonic

Sate on :\lrs.C. Roberts, after a few days' and' most esteemed citizens of the rcxlorfl vitality and tnrrity. by putlfjdoU and en.rlLhlnil .
,.--r' hlrt... visit here with relatives, returned to FOIL SALK Barred! Rock Kggs"Thompson's : Stilt He was a member of the Baptist tho bliUHl. Y'einn.Innfeel SlruDillh-
Stump's. her home at Alachua Thursday Ringlets" $200 setting church, since early childhood mina fnvliluriKinii' i > I' 1 lm: .liw*

A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was a of fifteen. Model Dairy Farm, :Mr. Piirlcc-r Is survived by his wife - -- ------.-----
:Miss; prominent visitor here Sunday Live Oak Fla. :I-11-2t.1 and. seven ,children .six girls and one- SOT V: IP1 AI'PI ,II'.\TIOV Kilt' T\X PHI: : *
.. MHC) ,,}"r'1' s. OP <'MM- PMClilt. :
and J. A. Surrency returned to his homo --- -------- boy; his mother and six! !brothers and I I., WM OK HCIIIIIIA

mother. at Ad.)l, Ga., last Friday after a FOR SAI.P.:-Kurly: SpeckleVlvct three Bisters. : "l,."- ly nc'ln IH irKin Uat. I T..J A I.I. pltlin.l .
recently week's stay here with relatives Bt-an Seed, sound and, first class, The remains have been prt-pnred byUn.lertaker l I'm. h.....r ..f tux sale( rtlMrntpH nrimlitrnlr. .
\ .1 rllvily I II l. ;.I unit/ l u. l I.xurd. Ity III,. ,lu.
P. M. Barefoot was summoned) to supply' limited very scarce $ IAO C. W. Gid.lens. of Wells & rIlnor t r"r Mrmlf.iril. ininty, MiirMn. ....'..
!Special: : : ; the. bedside; of his father P. B. Ban- )bushel, Model! Dairy Farm, Live Sons Company und will be sent to Ln ..f' ra'1 I iirtlllinliit. 1..lnol dm.. .1 H, pti'ml'), r 4''h.
foot of Bayard who this life where will mnelfin J J Mondiy! departed Oak Pla. 31I2t. Crossu' 1 Interment be Hn,' I",. ad 1 ipllriitlfin, for tux .lent| tn M.
ware, ami : Sunday March 10th returning home -- the family hurlalrounI..I'lltl1t ,. in nirrdnnr' .' with law.'nee .
dnesday.' FOR Lo-H/Ci..I.Pr",1: big bone Poland City Courier.: .lln.I rtin<*.Vn. rvnpfrtlvply' .hv.O il
:
Hardware / .. 'f,. f.. tend In Itrn.lfor.l r unly. .:::.
- (L B. Colson made a business tripto China Pigs, three months old, - -- iitn n......fl nt the date nt the l iee.uanae ftf
Hampton :Monday afternoon. double treated for cholera, both sax! MILLED: I'. 1.\SSI INl. JR.Volley ,old n',lIn."... In the nrtmm rcMpctlvvly.t h.....
:Miss D' nnftf .
i partlrularly pet forth to-wlt t
Mrs L. A. Brown and children, IrK sired by Flor'da duster, a son nffhi I..h t'irlr"!. N't 'II -rrihrne f'nm at- NW
end in and Artford accompanied by Miss Eunice : mighty "(font Buster" $2. .Ot) "'rancIRJannil1lC.: Jr., was -"', ,f SB t"r/ NW ,."..1."r and run
returning : born in .Starke 1 ith and H 1 1D y.|.. lhrn>f F! 70 1',1.l t in a nt oher.
.
Hazen, in Alachua and) April 1017
hrr were shopping such, Also a few larger some th. nn B 7l N 70 yea. W 70<< id*. 8yita
Tuesday.Mrs. lr",1| sews loI..1 l Dairy Farm died in lIultlmoreIarh: llth, !111! !). ; '-> pt of r.I: v l4i17, Tr, n. H. K. 21I
High and visiting LittleVolley was brought back to ..". ..'.....1 l ('I.... HnarUman.r .
Ralney son, Elzy, are. Live Oak Fla. :3-11-21.. / ..rtnra! ><- Ni. 11 imbraw Cunt.. vr
/ in Bell this wi" >k. ________ I Sturke and) last Sunday ironing, wan ..r rf S" O"ifl.r and r.in VS on IS.' ','
Cla We the pupil of the eighth; grad" LOST I buried at South I'ror'/C/ e> .i.i"tery In 410 ft to pt of h'K. thr-nci N 81\0 tt. I In
fl ten ft. WI"* ft. to t of b.a. BwTo .
_. r>
_
price ?t !: (: of Brorker graded school, take this B ikt'r county The funeral services 5. H 'It. 22 K: rontalnlnic S "_. awed
opportunity of expressing our thanks [.oc T-nlack: f"vf, mark crop, un.18r.1 were concluded by Elder: Hall of the > .Imm-n W. Wllllutrwrtlflrjttf .
r Nr Ml I mnhraew. l..ita I. 2, 1: n
) ), and) staplffork. Finder Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Dr..1. tnd rrntitutl" to Prof. Thomas who let Hlk 27 In Wiirth'nirtnn' naHMMl Cm A ash
.has so energetically and uncnniinplylavished II.I S. Norman, Lawtey, FU. :S-II-21 I Saints. .him..
been th" : Ilnh..aiI cvrtlnratiM shall IM rwleemrtnsrvrdlnv
earn! and Instructed in This Interesting little child cams to
:
Hoover.( >' us ac / t" luw. inn dri> ; cordance with the best principles of TO CATTLE OWNERS: -If yourj' i Its untimely death| by being burned. at n the I'lth day of 'Vpr I. A. D ISIS.

Don short IInn" the common graded school during the cow need! expert attention after 9 o'clock on the morning of March ,k.V."I llth, 'i.>. a last year. By his kind) and pleasing giving birth nee. J. A. Jamison, I llth, and died! the same day at 8 p. mat W. 'r. Wrxa.

"the disposition, his ability to seethe host Starke. Reliable reference given. Franklin Square Hospital The ". ill By H A. Clerk.WEEK.S. .
See I and of 2-28-tf.' relative and fricnd. hero uil dt- :, ..
I, plans means getting good work p -i i D. .in y CI 'f
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{ PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. :MARCH 21. 1919.

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II I! : =:' ANNUAL: MEETING: OF ,I aeae

-, DIRECTORS:: HOPE HALL

."t''
I Hampton March 13. The y
advisory '

r ? ? trial hoard Farm of Florida, an Hope institution Hall and which Indus-is 1 (Until March 22 only)


\ COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS tension Division, College of Agriculture high ground. These cattle should be operated for the benefit of the discharged -

< 1 or the Department of Agriculture rounded up and dipped to free them of prisoners of the state, h I The most stupendous

t i'< r Marion County: Heavy rains have Washington the cattle ticks with which they are infested their annual meeting at the First '

ft 1/ damaged the lettuce crop. In some -----. at this time in small numbers. Christian church last evening. Dr. W. bargain -

1 a sections the loss was about CO per cent I'RKSERVINtt: : EGGS IN WATER The marshes and swampy lands are E. Middleton, of Hampton, acted as BMIS

6 while in others there is a total loss GLASS going to stay under water for all chairman, and all business incidentto offer in

'l of the crop. General farmers getting time; by dipping your cattle now that the regular assemblage was dis-I

r along nicely. Some crops up and look- Thousands of dollars worth of eggs puts tick-free cattle on the summer posed of.Lieutenant. I the history! of

4 ing well. are lost in Florida every year becausethe ranges or pastures.The Major Odom, who is the '

t: { + Putnam County-: Much real inter- male is left with the hens when cattle should be dipped regu- founder and state superintendent of L;E' tailoring. All
the hatching season, is over. Pen the larly fourteen days during the FR'
est being manifested in club work, and every Hope Hall, reviewed quite at lengththe
the membership growing. The fact rooster apart from the flock if a fine sumlner months in order that the' conduct of the institution for the prices slashed.

.t a that the corn grown by club membersof breeder, or kill and eat if he is not small cattle seed ticks that happento past twelve months. While their ac-

this county won first prize at the worth holding/ over until another year, be on these grazing lands at pre tivities had carried them through a
been incentive, and la the advice of Dr. N. W. Sanborn, Besides extra pair of pants absolutely
Tampa fair has an sent may be destroyed. By the dipping most trying period, he stated very w an

,. many new members are in the potato extension poultry husbandman of the process you will have use of the grass I, satisfactory progress had been made. s free with suits, overcoats, and coats and pants

_t district Until recently good hogs College of Agriculture. and at the same time the cattle will That the farm was being continuously

l{ tato were belt.few Continued and far between rains have in the played po- i I In a week or ten days begin to put. be clean and free of the cattle ticks. improved planting was proceeding Els::cat Calls $10. OO up
In water glasses.
havoc in some of the potato sections I down your eggs In marshes and swampy lands that nicely, and much constructive work, made-to-ordsr by .
especially"' where late plantings were Save I clean, fresh, infertile eggs for are flooded at this time, the cattle I II I' was being done. That the place was i

i made this purpose. Water glasses will not ticks, seed ticks and eggs/: on such being stocked with high-bred hogs ,

4 I I improve the quality of an egg/: but it lands will be destroyed so that next )I and chickens, and plans are being H. M. MARKS ,& COMPANY

Flagler County: There is about I will keep n good egg/ in condition to fall these wet lands will be quite free laid to establish a dairy. There can Th Oldest Tailor in Zxutance EatabKmh 1872

a 25 per cent reduction in the spring ,I, he used for ordinary home consumption of ticks. The cattle dipped now and | not be a doubt he went on to say, but CHICAGO ILL.
potato crop. This acreage is being next Hummer and autumn, or even
I during the summer and kept free of i what the institution will eventuallynot
mostly to corn. Continued rain I) I'
planted i late New Year's. Putting downin
as as ticks will back to the lands
grazing only be but
self-sustaining revenue -
go
has retarded, the growth of the potatoes Economise beyondut' fonder licpes. Save $5,00
glass now, saves the rushing"
water later and will have accomplishedTick : producing. A number of discharged -
and delayed the planting of I you suit and extra
j to market of so many eggs helps hold to :.i 10.00 on your Easter pet an pair
I other Eradication with the smallest prisoners are enjoying the benefit garment to fit
crops. of FREE. We guarantee every
0' up fair prices, and will save some one possible amount of labor and at avery ? of Hope Hall, and ever and anon parts: /
County I
and\: wear satisfactorily.:
{ Dade County: At the Dade money next autumn. Ask the homed small outlay of cash. | some one is restored to a great placeof

v;." Fair exhibit of livestock, with the :l:nntrntion agent of your countyfor fly following out the above sugges honor and usefulness in the Great 309 fine fabrics: to choose from.

exception of only two head, were pure printed instruction on the use of tions it will be a simple matter to'' :Mart of Life. Practically all of the

x; 11 1, breds., This has been a great impetus water glass.GUOW'AHUXDANCE. handle the situation and in this way :| old officers in the institution were re "]I'.. a.v... nffar r" 'i CO clever new styles including

a county. SILAGE thousands of acres of both wet and elected. The advisory board which !III P:.).." Bachs, P<-2 Tops, Norfolks, Patch Pockets
OF
:
;(
Alachuu County: The acreage to CROPS high land ranges and pastures will composed of a number of the most .V\at Seams: Interchange: Celts, Etc.

,' watermelons will bo very large this be freed of the cattle ticks and In.. prominent sitizens of Florida, representing -

': j JJ i + year. Farmers. behind with their work Either Japanese Cane, Sorghum or such counties where systematic Tick a wide range of avoca- Have your measure: taken today and save money.CLIFF .

; on account of excessive rains. A lot Eradication is established these will tions, approved without a dissenting
I Corn Will be Satisfactory
i, It t of cane coming up i be released from quarantine. I voice Major Odom's management of JOHNSONSTARKE

taking heed to these simple the institution, declaring that its ad-
Santa Rosa County: Some splendid Those who now have silos or who Ily. .. suggestions -
cooperative work has been done by I contemplate building one this season you will see your cattle gain ministration had been wise, conscien-

,E the farmers. Several carloads of should l be planning to plant an abund- in weight and improve In condition tious, economical and progressive. A ,

E sweet potatoes have been shipped 1 cooperatively ance of forage: with which to fill their generally; you will have accomplished visit to the reservation would changethe I FLORIDA-1

ft 9 and farmers well pleased silo is the advice of John M. Scottof what has never been done before most skeptical and there would :

,'Gh t! with results. One buyer has offered the Experiment Station. Mr. ScottIIUKIt'RtI with your stocks of cattle, and it will be a proper appreciation of its true ---- -
to at $1.25 bushel all value. A veritable little city it Is-
purchase per
be Investment.
profitable When
the following as good siluge a you In Honor of Mrs. Booth taken from a selection which was pre
the sweet potatoes grown in the county the with
pines
nestling amongst
and delivered up to Aug. 15. He I crups: Japanese cane, sorghum, corn, do this you will never again allow In the afternoon preceding the assembling sented to (Hope Hall, by Prof. P. H.

14 offers to give bond, and requires that I" mixture of corn and cowpeas, or fever ticks to reinfest your cattle handsome cottages artistically dis- of the advisory board, a Rolfs of the agricultural departmentof

?, I the farmers do likewise. sorghum and cowpeas. Beggarweed and premises. posed; flower-fringed/: walks, bright, very interesting and impressive cere- the State University.
clean fields, and a harmonious and ...
1
Very respectfully,
substituted for - -- -- -- ---
may.be cowpeni. mony took place at the Hope Hall re-
S Suwunnee County: About 1700 For best results Janpanese! cane L. J. WYNN happy contingent of humanity, whoas servation. This consisted of plantinga The early hatched chick is the most

4 acres planted to watermelons. An should l be> planted not later than Agent in Tick Eradication they delve in mother earth that tree in honor of Mrs. Maud Balling. desirable. 'Set the hens now.
I adequate< storage house for "sweet, potatoes she may yield her bounties, are calling -
t ) ;March 15. The rows should be 6 l to 8 --- ton Booth whose name is synonymouswith
will be built this fall. It will AT THE STOCKYARDS to life the latent germ of manhood I
i fort npart. A liberal number of seed the most brilliant achievementsin
be built after Government plans, and that may have been dulled but I y- s
canes are required to insure a good: the field of prison reform, and whois e
t. will make steady market for the I
a i D. C. Williams, of Providence, was not destroyed by the shadow of penal
potato crop. A milk club, under the -til ml. About 2500 to 300 canes 3 feet the head of the Volunteer Prison
on the market Thursday with load servitude,
direction of :'IlissIorso'! has been or- long will be needed to plant an acre. a League under whose jurisdiction all
of hogs from his section. He says 1 -
lInizrtl. of \ Hope Halls are operated. The tree was
is best
Sorghum one our silage
that this will likely he the last load the alcohol will concentrate in the cen-
f crops, as it produces a heavy yield of placed in the ground by Mrs. L. A,
t Clay County: Where t the ground is from his territory this "season! but I ter. When the process is completed
foriigo acre and makes a silago: of Odom the wife of the state superintendent
is per the remaining liquid is simply poured
not too wet, corn planting moving thnt preparations are being made to
&1'g iihend nicely. Farmers planning to good quality. The cultivation of sorghum hive: hogs rcady earlier, this fall than off. All the water properties of the> and who has contributed in

put in n large acreage of rice soybeans is the same as thnt of corn A has been customary and that the mash are still frozen. The portion of no small degree to the success of this!

and sweet potatoes. Several good seed bed<1 is prepared by thoroly class", of stock' will be much improved the contents left unfrozen, accordingto great work.\ Stirring musical numberswere

thousand acres were planted in Her- plowing the ground. The rows arei the theory, is genuine whiskey. rendered, recitations were given: ,

!y much grass! last year, for pasture", and :i 1-2 or four feet 'apart, and the seed G. W. Drown, Jr., of Luwtey, whois and a short but eloquent and touching
{
the results"' have been moiit satisfactory. is drilled 1 in the row. One bushel of oration was delivered by SE'natorV.: .
associated with his father Dr. G. The only thing that saved the faspassenger
f"a !More" interest being manifested V. Wurdell of Georgia. The tree
seed will plant five or six acres of W. Drown, in quite an extensive stock trnin on the Atlantic CoastLine was
In home this Several
gardens year. __ I
;r. Intnl. On well land railroad from d"structionIon: -
'!I' thousand Angora goats have recently prepared an rarm, shipped in by express three ... :II"J'r .tr.4'i"J. ;
been shipped into this county from the application of 'iOO to GOO pounds of good hogs which hail been under a lay night at the Ochlochnee bridgebelow MICKIE SAYS
Thomnsville with the
consequent -
t, Mexican border. Plans have also been fertilizer per acre will /give satisfactory special feed test with a view of putting .
: loss of human lives was
)perfected<1 for the importation of a results. There are several varieties I more on the same class of feed that a freight many train hit the broken ONE GUY TUAt RUNS I

(" large number of good dairy cattle during of sorghum that will ,do well if these three prove hard, his idea rail which would, have caused the dis- NECK AND NECK WITH "THE: I Hayes"Healing

rt the year. I in Florida. Among the best of these being to market hard. hogs in the aster. The result was that twentyone KAISER\ FER POPULAR ttN Honey

| are Sumac (often called I Red Top), summer months if the experiment' freight cars were piled upon each AROUND "THIS' OPPICE \IS I

.A a DeSoto County: has A large been commercial installed 1 Orange, and Gooseneck. The EarlyI proves successful.-Florida Times other in the river, most of them hid fHE' COWARDl-N VW&.MPVJS I
cunning plant
I Amber is another good/: variety whichI Union. en from view by the high waters. One WHO. LEtS HIS PAPER Stops
ut :Moor Haven. The farmers in that .. G1"I
of the contained of A ,a "tc: BCHtNDREFUSES AND I
section have planted, 1500) to tomatoes I I matures a littje earlier than the others .---- cars cigars, two
I acres them contained and of \T At "VHS POSfOFFnCR -
under contract to the cnnnery. but d"os not produce as heavy yields Damage estimated at between $5- oranges one Tile l
Muny farmers. Bowing grazing and per acre. Any of the above varietieswill 0110,000) and (5,000,000(; was caused. by thorn} was filled with grapefruit. The f" AVJOtP PAYIN'VJHAc

forage crops. for their hogs.' produce two crops. during the heavy rains in Dade and Rroward wreck was said to have been caused HS 0".6 us
I __ I season. nullities Friday which practically entirely by a broken rail on the bridge Ti&hSo

Lee County: Tho county fair! was Corn Is wiped out the entire winter tomato The railroad people think it was almost MICKIt,
also a good silage and
) crop
,, by far the best we have ever held l lI crop. The rainfall shattered all local providential that the freight you SAIDSOMETHING Heals The Throat
the beat grade of land it will few minutes ahead
on produce rain: running a -'
There were more livestock. nod I'nernll.f I I records. During; the twenty-four hours
'i exhibits than at all of the others com-j' /l1.outIS many tons per acre of | ending at 10:15 o'clock eight and, of the passenger! train, "struck, the Cures The Cough
r 'I green material as will sorghum. On rail and WAS thrown into the river,
Lined The fruit exhibit was ; two-tenths inches fell. The precipitation 7i42L Price 35c.A .
which demonstrates what spraying he poorer grades of soil, sorghum: will between 9:30: and 10 o'clock was thus receiving; the disaster: that would

I , will do. e I \perhaps out-yield corn. The plantingand 2.25; inches The business district of train.have otherwise. come to the passenger FREE BOX OFGROVE'S

cultivation of a crop of corn for Miami was converted into a lake and
Ilernnndu County: Some cotton lower floors and basements of 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE
,
silage is the same us for a grain many u .' I I
has \been planted, but the acreage/: will' stores were flooded. The wood block
.
crop except that the corn should be a .w nrrer (Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
be far short of last season, being replaced | pavement buckled and floated away.
much thicker. The should l
k by peanuts.! Much: interest in planted rows < :Marines and sailors on duty here For Chest Colds Head Colds and
not be than 3 1.2 feet and
more apart,
,/ livestock now. I were called to aid I in bailing water Croup is enclosed with
bot-
the stalks should not be more than every
out of basements and otherwise
pre tle of HAYES'
Oseeolu County: Irish potato crop)!i 12 to 15 Inches apart in the row. venting damage. In Dade and Brevard Keep WellDo HEALING HONEYYou

r I practically ruined, due to tho heavy ; An important consideration in the 'counties alone the acreage/: in tomatoeswas !get the Cough Syrup and the Salvo 9

;. \ ruins.. It I is evident that a largo staple growing; of any silage crop is to i i I' 7,200: and the crop was estimatedto not allow he for one price 35c. i k

/I j crop production will result from po-j handle it so that it will produce the I yield :she tato losses. I that the destruction is equal to food to accumulate in the Public by T )
'I maximum yield per acre. This requires -: your bowels, where they "
75 per cent. Heavy shipments of tomatoes Paris 1 t
Medicine
absorbed into Company
cultivation and liberal fer- are your
Lake County: Citrus trees putting good have +
would begun/: in a few system. Indigestion:: ,constipation Manufacturers I IGroveb
: \ on pl'nty.ot growth and the bloom is. I tilization. j ,days. The market price f. o. b. to headache bad = of j'
good. Moat of tho groves have had' the grower has been $-I per crate. Less blood and numerous Tasteless Chill Tonic! ;
fertilizer in for some time. :Much interest | KEEP THE GARDEN CULTIVATEDWe than 10 per cent of the crop had been other troubles are boundto ;

in dairying. | shipped. follow. Keep your _
I have experienced rainywinter system clean as thous-
a very )I ,
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t Don't overlook tho necessity of providing !' with a high percentage of A Jackson county, Florida "piney ands taking an occasional others ,doseof by ,

n silo in which tn store thisyear's cloudy weather. The effect of this woods" farmer now makes first-class the old, reliable vegetable FARMING IMPLEMENTS & SUPPLIES

forage crops, and don't overlook combination on the soil has been the(' liquor in an ice cream freezer. Thereis family liver media
the necessity of planting forage I cine. t
I. crops to fill the silo.I I retarding: of vegetation to a considerable no federal "bone-dry" law to pre- Avery, Improved Oliver and Brinkley Plows. Also 1

.____ __ I \ extent especially with the more I vent the use of the freezing processfor Thedford'sBlackDraught extra repairs for these plows. r

HATCHING: ABOUT OVEn-WIIAT delicate crept. To counteract this. !| the manufacture of whiskey Dixie Plows t
NEXTT C. McQuarrie: Extension Division' The "piney woods" theory was Georgia Ratchet Plows, repairs, extra '

I of the College of Agriculture/: says I' brought to Pensacola by G. Earl Hoffman handles and beams .

March is one of the best months to considerable hoeing and raking/: should assistant U. S. District attorney, Riding, Spring Tooth Shovel Peg Tooth and Fowler
from West Florida. Mr. Hoffman -
be done in the garden. Where the says
grow chicks in Florida. In the January Cultivators. Also Weeders Disc Harrows
at the .soil seems to unduly packed it will he has not yet seen it tested out. and
short course University of Stalk Cutters.
Florida, Dr. N. W. Sunborn said, : perhaps be necessary to do considerable The process is tho same as that Mrs. W. F. Pickle ol

plowing and spading up to get employed in freezing Ice cream. Alcohol Rising Fawn Oa.,v/ritest Sweeps, Scooters, Opening Plows Turn Blades
Carelessness in March is! more like "We have used Thedford's ,
a light, open porous condition whichis as is generally well known, will Readymade Heels for Grasshopper.Hames
in the black-Draught as .
ly than February as weather
so necessary for the production of not freeze readily. If the holder of a family medicine. My
4 .I. Is warmer and other work pressing. crops of all kinds. One of the molt the freezer is filled with mash and mother-in-law could nottake Traces, Bridles, Plow Lines, Single Trees
Your early laying pullets of next fall calomel as it seemed Collars Collar Pads
important points in the production of then put through the freezing process! Steel and Leather Hamestrings'Padded
will be those that are well cared for too strong for her, so the '
} and Old
i I garden crops is not to allow grass and used BlackDraughtasamild Style Back Bands.
this spring. While "luck" may work weed to !ifrow! on the land. The fertility FOR THE CHILDREN laxative and liver Hoes of All Kinds Shovels
against you lometmes, after all it is that Too much care cannot be exercisedIn regulator. . We use it Pitchforks, Rakes. A
careful work that is the real factor and moisture produce these selecting a cough: medicine for the In the family and believeIt Very Large Assortment of Each.
x 'for in rearing chicks. See that pests should be diverted to the grow- children. It should be pleasant to Is the best medicine for When in
success Town
liver made. see Farmer's
the It.
ing of vegetable Try my Supply Show
take contain harmful and
chick get food that will give no drug
your Insist on the genuine- Window
a Display of Farming Goods
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most effectual in curing their cough Only. I
:I steady growth till the coming; of the OWNERS Thedford's. 2&a pack t:
first en' I NOTICE TO CATTLE and colds. Long experience has shown age. 1?-7Sw DeWITT C. JONES

I that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy .
S A new circular on chick feeding can j High water, the result of hearyrain meet these condition It U a favorite STARKE . V. FLORIDA '

,,j be had by writing Dr. Sanborn Ex- I I *, has brought cattle out to the with many mother*.-Adf. {,!I


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FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 1919. BRADFORD l'OU'IiTnUGR.I'II: : : STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN: :

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INEVENIHG60WNSFormal I MR. HUTCH'S LETTER I horses and mules, tvventy-fivo horse f'Warrant* Inoue! .._- ......_..._...._. BooIlalanco 'I 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I 1'h. March 6th 1910. i iI
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W. T.
I Mar I. 11119 104 1)DlHtrict WEEKS
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und mule colts, 700 head of stock fyu.*4. LEGAL: :NOTICI.IS i H..I! i Clerk Circuit Court

I We are glad to publish a letter this I cattle and milch cows, 300 head of 1 llalann lib. I I. Illlll _._..____..._.__ 0671I + + A + + + + + + + + + + 2' + + + .1. / ADKINS.Si.hcilor .
I I Receipt during month __.___.-__n_. Ill."UWarrant for Complainant. 8-7-Ot u
morning from Superintendent Bhtch goats and 1,000 head of chickens. )Unui'il -.-.--....-......-.-- 20.011 ; t
of the state prison farm. Had it occurred to you, :Mr. Editor, llnlanci Mnr I I. 1010.__..._.___..___ 191.0J Notice OIIDFR J'on PUUI.iC.tTlON d ly

Apparel Shows Tendencyto I I We trust :Mr. Bhtch nor any other that in addition to the stock it requires I lib I I.1)1.1 lull rtd ..N._.....IS.I'alanci ._.__...... 9141 In Circuit Court. Slat of Flol'I.'... Fluhth S

Sheath Draping. I mnn. will have mistaken our position about six bushels! of corn per I 11..11.1. ilurmir month ..___. .__.___. It.6rtWariatlt Six months sifter date hereof I will Jiiilltliil l'rcu.IL' llrinlford< l County In than I I,

:i in what we have said heretofore on the day I in meal and grits to feed the inmates ., *Star i.HUoil 1 I. 9)119---------------\ 7H 8(100llalanci .99DlHtrlcl present my voucher and, final account cnry. VV A. l.co. N

subject for any criticism of the men ? I N... IS.Unlance to tho Hon. (1..0.! A. (lanhner. County ('oniplalnant.Kula .

I m charge of the tate prison farm With reference to the syrup, would I Fib 1, lint ................ T4.63Kciclpta Jiiilpro of Urmlford County Fin., And : 1)'n.l..nl.I .*.
Silver Motifs and Jade Tulle Over I i I ) dnnni month ......_..___._ il.87Wnrrant 'I
What we have tried to do is explain advise you that we have about sov'n.tyfi'e ( i IHHUOI! __.....__......._.___ 16011llalunrv ) ask for mv final discharge! ns mlmin- It apprarinit. hv mri.linlt appomM to the I
Satin-Tunics Are Edged ........ ... istratrix of the of J. hill nlitl In the aliovo Htaliil, ....... that Kula: I II.
I that the state of Florida has no busii barrels! to sell or furnish to Mar 1, IIIHI -- -- 82911 estate E. Dnrton ....>. the .fonilant. therein' nnmril i ta a nonnmilint I

With Fur. MUSS with great fifteen or morei other state institutions.If I Dl.trlrt .No._ ITHalancB leeeused. of the Stale of Morliln. nod oho la ",
i u ) Fib 1. tale __._._... __. 21! 81KicHptH
i thousand-acre! farm merely to take the farm was given credit for all I durinic month _ _.__ ___ 4.OoWarrant This 24th day of January 1919.! a assent. of Atlanta tiroriita; over the .....
. . ...... ._....._.. of twtmtv-onn ypiira It I. thorrfora ordnredthat
Brilliant we must be If I. ) al I .
to
we are -- EVELINA BARTON ..
care of some five or six hundred convicts its work it could not only be selfsustaining I Hnlance 1'01...,. 1. 19IA .__..____._...__ 86.66f I. ahl non-rcnlih ih fonilant. tw and< lahinhy .',off"
dress for the evening In of the l-24-lmo. Adminiatrntix. required to aptirar to the bill of complaint
coy but could be
a .
I annually-and surely, with prohibition / returning I ttl.lrlrl No. I a.llnlnnro
___.._......__.. flloil in Haiti cauiie on or Imfon, Monilay.thu 1
new frocks. The only choice left us Fib 1, lll 6106 !
to the state but -
in the state the nation, and nice revenue soon . 7th day of April. A. 1). HI in.' olhprwiiiiithi '
I !Itoci IM It. during month .............. 947
Is that between two manners-that Is I almost in the whole world our convict so long as the farm has to meet the : Warrant inHiieil ...........___.._...._ 41 85 NOTICE OF ELECTION alloualiona nf sold l hill will he taken aNconUwsrd

the brilliancy of color or brilliancy population will not Increase. expenses of gathering the prisoners llalance /Mnr I. 1919 __________,..... 19.ID Hy Ihr in.WIT vrati-il In Ihrm hi the School in further! hy old onlrrrd< defendant.It that htla nnlor l>. pulwllHhod '

of light reflected from spangles: and What Relieve in convict farm from, all parts of the state and then Dl.trlrt .No. 19.nllletln __ ___ I I.eln of tho Slum' nf Morliln the lloanl. .of OIICP a week far 'Iy. eonRrcutlve wrykein
is a rib. 1, 111111 _.___ __ 4184Hocoipt I I'ul'lla InMriirtlnn f Itrmlfiml County. hi n l metal cloths. I just large enough to furnish. homei turning them over to the state highway during month .-..._.._..._. II01 an rli-rtlim In .Iw hrbl... In Sin-rinl Mi-hnul the puhllnhid Itriiitford In County aaul. County Telegraph and State a oew.y.per -
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A few of tile more conservative Warrant Issued) 1500Italanco \ IHMrlrlo Niw 17. 2. Ill I II J U.II a",1| H, Thl.htr.h! .
i I and rations for the convicts that cannot department without reimburse Mnr I. till' :) _..__.___....... 211.95 on Siilunlnv, April' 5th. 1111! f.v. tho pin. .|HWI> 4th 11)19 W. T. WF.KI.:
women still wear the browns and work the roads In Florida, becauseof ment, and to pay the expenses( of 0111 Dl.trlrt) No. f". of lOi'Ctlntr Ih...',' tnintiNii for 'iiph ilMirlrtnhiui. i"4uiH Clerk Circuit Court
blacks of the curly Benson, and, those I "nlanpi. I lib l. Illlll( __....._____..-. 102.81RicolptH .' "nn,1 and ti> ilitprmlne' th. Hintuuit ofndtlnur It,
prison inspectors and prison physicians fly A .WM'KS: :
illness or !some physical deterrent I iluilmi month ____ ._______.. 11OMWnrrnntH tit I"! nnntwnrd.Far I II .
serve! as a background, to make the If the state is. going into the moneymaking and caring for the lame, halt, )iHmied ___ ....-____..._.._.. 600llaliuue I the imrpivo, of hiilillnn( Ih. mid) rli'i- t. .HFWS.'iillfltor r>i-iuty Clark
other frocks iippuir still more brilliant. business with the convicts th(> blind, the tuberculars, and all the' M.... I. 1919" -.--.----....... 110.903)l.,1 tlonn Ibo fullowinif mnnnwinina been anM for Complainant. 3-7-lit.
I Nn. 21. | >'lnu' With tilt nmount of spangles, then we sec no reason why they shall women population the farm must : Knlann Fob I I. 1919 ___..__.___..... 9781 I ni.trl.' No IT F Mo...... 13 V. Colimnn. --------- .- -.
sequins and metallic tissues: used this not continue to be leased out for certainly need some help until it becomes Roeeii luring month ......._._... 25.9 M VV firltrinDlKtrlct 11II":1tnll: rt' UCATtOS 4'In
would but 1l'NrrRnlastirs __n___............ No J .1. M WHI.niu.,, II. Juh".. T.mill "nurt. Hinto of KUrltlu. PluhthJinlluiiil
hardly nppt-iir m.ct..IIr, that is the greatest income nt thoroughly develops,_' : Hulnnci. Mnr I. 1919 ..._ __ ..... 121.19 Vt .I t.n-; n. Circuit, Hrn"'lford (:ou..I,. In ClmnUIJITM ,
the lively Nhnde' of rose and purple the lowest cost to the state. :Mr. Kditor the state's prisoners, II'.....' No. 22 l1.Ilrl( No 111 .1.t M. U-onnll-r: 1. I,. UnItrlilll. rrry, .
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decidedly charming. A genius at Hnlnnc. l.h I I. 1910 h 8974Iticilptn ( Cnwhy \N .I01INSOV.
/ where
are I If we are in for making money ourselves how they should be handled duriiiK month __ ___ .. ... ... 517 lntilrt No it J. I. llam-ll, J..I I GrilTia, Cumt.t| tI mint ,
scenic! effects could hardly select u then why confine our attention they shall be cared for is one of the Wnrrnnt. ".,,,.d. _....______._._.._. K O <,rliriH. .R.
medley of colors with better results : biggest before the public Malnnre Mar I. IDI9 _____.__._.?.__ 6191 (IM.Iru-t, No. 211C.. C. Mn'nll W. It. AlliTman. IUI.X\! JOHNSON.tU I
to farming when there is merchandising ( (questions IHmrirt No.. tl.llalnn 'I'him. niolia. ..r..nllInl.It .
than was riotaMe one evening( / lately and banking to turn to, or (even today, and will be considered! and settled "' "lib. I. 1919 ..__.___.______ 4116 (niMrct N.. IIIJ.. V. .:,,,..,,1., W M. Ilnr- nnpt'nrittrt Ity ntritliiv. .,.."nol,< at a small nffalr where( the rose. color by the next leA'ililotul'VilI ; heel'| n drulntr% month ..- _-. _ ._. 101.111 nil! IV. II llurtvllIXmilpt hill nit" In tli* nlmHtiitcil M.... thnfc i
,owning and operating: some public \Vn. ..uwx i 1.11.,1 _. _. __ ___ 6624 No 10 1'. I.. rhnnray. J. T. An- l.uln J"h".n. thf .h"'n.I",1) 1hi'rn and silver tissue frocks flashed up us utilities. you not, therefore, send a n'prl'"enta:1live 1111 I..n.', Mm... I I.H'.II _ ___ ._. B'I I .lrt>UB. l I" (1. Juh"...". i I. it non-nwldnt of Dm Stnti* of lorliln.. and /
vivid notes !In contrast to the brown I Mr.: IMitth has mule fine showing, and IcNhim i spend a couple of Dl.lrlrl No. 24.llnlunii r. C. I'OWEI. she m tili* In nr m.nr tho town of Nichnln* ,
and black velvet by the i a I I'oh 1. HUM __.__.._-.___... 71.91)% Chnlrmnn llonril "I'ulillo liiHtrtielion.' Itrmlfoiit Colfffl; county: : Slulo of <*i INwn" worn but it is not the showing that the days here and then go back and pre .
!Ihrr II.N !niiiw n.iiih. JtlWarrant : CountyFlnrldn nut or turnty-iiiut your** ; It I. tin rif majority of tIe, women. state of Florida is going to demand pare nn article for your leaders, with : > I mil l. ____--_..... .000) Attinti, i I lard l thnt itnld' .hh.nl defendant (I'n' and l "
One cannot help but note that most 1..h..1.11I.% ,.11'1. .. __ ._. 7.1 II I.. K "OI'I'11.1.. In In.nhv nqiilrfil .to nnpi' .nr tti tho hill oftoitiplnlnt
them for
from its convict system. We congratu-! the facts as he found yours I Dl.lrlcl No. 25Hnlnnec ('o. HIIH| ', en1o,9)l unit 4n'Y.9.7.61.' : ) ,111*,il tn) HHid ..."." nn nr bolos '-.
of the formal evening ROW n* show n I lIne Mr Blich and we are confident and the public's information lib I. 1DIU _-.__.._____... 464' Mmtilnv. I In7th ftnv of April. A. D Itllll, .
decided tendency! to the sheath drop J. S. HUTCH. ,ItcciiptH durlnir month, .- u._.__ .-_- 1112.11'! oilurwJHt! tho ntl"' n1tonn of wit lit t>ltl will )10.> I
I that with his", energy, and experience I WnrrnntH. 'IHHIIII|. ____....__00.1 1 112.41 Notice J JSix i tulip n nH CfinrrHHi.il l hy ruts| | ftMnlnnt..
lug and so closely Is the hem drawn behind the management of the farm, Superintendent State Prison Farm Ih.la.'oIR'. / I. 19111 ______ _-n_____ 86.16 It IH further nrdrnd l that Ills order Im pub.IIfihttt I
In that It would not be possible' t t. i in few be piled ----.- .- - .- -- ..- ----. I Dl.lrlrl NX 25.Unlnnee : months lifter date hereof I will ono. a work for flvi* ennn*>(*:utlva wrtka il ilIn
there will a years ...._._..______ .{
(I I: ih I I. Itllit 1BII 16Ilicilpl present vouchers nnd flnnl I I Hrnilfonl County T..h'II.h., n nt w pa-
use lace In this manner. Heavier materials I I UGISI.\Tln: ; NEWS: my .account
up in the state treasury many more : durlnir month -- ItlflX par puhllHliiil. In .nlt| County and l Stntit.Hi 1
serve ns foundations and overdraporles 1 thousands to that already, above a Warrant; : IHHIIII: .-._====: ::::::: 25( 01Hulame to the lion. (ieo. A. Gardiner, CountyJuIA' Murrh Olh. 101.1. -1
of tulle chiffon! Slur. I I. nil!) ._.n ..._..___ 161011% '' of Urmlford County 1 Fin., and W. T. WEEKS,
or mayor i million dollars of idle surplus moneyIthe You will read the Legislative News Dl.lrlrt No. 27.llnlnnro r(511II. l) Clerk Circuit Court.A. .
may not exUt. One thinK Is evident, people of the state have to their published in this newspaper during Fib 1. 19111% _"'....._n.'_. 11119Iti'ceiplH ask for my final tiiMchnrpe as nu min. /. AHKIN. a;
| _..__.... .. .8'l' Istrator Bollritor for Comptnlnant. 3-7.61.
and that Is a complete lack of anything durlnir) monlh h 1 of the estate of Roderick Baker
credit while taxes: are still piling nlso April and !May, but for the most complete Warrant Issue! _. _-._..__.. .._ _.-.._ 111 OH
f'1 bordering on the quaint or unsophisticated higher and levies made, more rt pr 8ive report published read! the Flor- HainanMnr. I I. 10111 _.___.______.__ Ill.110tn dpcenseil. nnnF.1t OF IMMHICATIOV

Frocks of thin type are I -i .- -Tampa T,.I'.une.Air. ida Times-Union. Send $1.00 today I Fib. 1 I.1I1.Ikt Illlll _N._ _.'_ n 28.Knlnuci _..______ .NI. This 21th tiny of .Jnmmrv. 1919. In rirrnil. (',,1..1.I Slut if Mori.In. Pluhlhlintlnlnl : )
j. Erred
strictly reserved for the Jeune fllle. to the Times-Union for 11 subscription iriiiptiiliirimr month .._._ .._____.. 45 ii. ( CtnMiil. Hrtiilforil. County. In (1011"-
Among the tight, shcathllke gowns I Blitch'H Fine Showing to the daily nnd Sunday WarrantH 1.,0.,1 ___.____ 15) no : 1-21-Omo. Ailninixtrntor.OICIIFK . ,**'Y. It
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MrMIHnn.
A turn
TII11Ps-1 Halanci Mnr I. 11)11)I .. _.._.. ._ 5'J'tlnl.lrlrt .
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la one described as of green jade I,, Union from March 20th to I N... 2D.llal i nm 1'1':jj .j\TlOs --- vN 1 omptnlunnt.A I ,"

tulle over a satin foundation, the Editor Tribune : :My attention has -3I4.2t.FISAN'IAL. "nci' fib I. lull __' _... .___.._.. 8775 I H McM,Itiitt. ,-
tulle embroidered In motifs of silver editorial in Koci Ittti ilurlnir ntonth ._ __._.._n_. 211 In ("irrnll; Court. R","' cf Florida. riithlh: Pi.tVmliutt.Il J
Another Is of been called to your your I VVnrrnnlH Issued. _ _-_u ___.__ 6:1.oilllnlnnro lililiclul trrull. llrnilforil County. In (him. npfit'arlnu l hy niTliliivtt' npi'tnilii, ) lo II li. 1.1It
and tufts of feathers. "A STATFMrNT: COUNTY SCHOOL
issue of February( captioned Mm, I I. Illlll( 7011 wry Mid In tin ntin\i>Hlntt*<| FNUIIII dent A. H. M**
black tulle embroidered In gold and Fair Showing" and, dealing/ with the FUNDS 'I Dl.lrlrt No. 30.Ralanri W (! SKUII.PY.iiiniliiinnnt M,linn. thn defendant. llu black. This model( also makes use Supprlntondt monthly 6nunetnlnte- lib 1 1. 1111) _._. 16.'14Kei (' non-nW1iI.It, r.f tho, MIMIC, sir (lorlilrtmill .
prison farm. menu or HnulforJ< county for the month of .HIH| during moot h __. ___-._ 20.22I '.. 3 ilmt n'aldraer In .unknown bi'ln.c over the
of the feather trimming In black. I I feel almost sure. Mr. Editor, hail February 1UIU. I I WarrnntH. IHHIII. .it ....- 6110 II.V I 11 RK t1U.flY: nun of twmlyunr ,.... it In thvnforu) nr
Callot's evening !gowns recently exhibited to the General School Fund. I llaliinci Mnr. 1. lull _._._.. __._ 4066 Hi I fiiiilnntIt id.fit) thnt ..,,1 non-rr.ldent. defendant, .. he and ,
read my article in reply llnlnnrr Fob .__._ _.__ 704 DOHociipta orl". ,. I
I you I. 111111 ni">l" < liir nlTliliivIt nplti" 'nili il tu thi lit In lii-n l.y ri'iiulriHl In n|>| .>nr to the kill uffmiipltmit
In Parts are described as altogether lion Ed Scott's! speech before the Rotary during month .___.___ ..__.. HI71H.(UWuriantM I Dl.l rlrt No._ 91.Itnlnnc ._ Mil Mid In tho nhovi. .t.li'd citiwithnl ) Ides' In Rout| .,",,..e on or bcfnra Monthly t
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IKHUII. ) 797.5(1Ixlnnee F I b I I. lull) u 16 15 I:Ivla Hkulliy Ih,* id.inliint. thin.,. in tinmi'ilIH .1.I. .
wonderful. One of black silk which (IIIe 7 Hi tiny of April, A I' I HI It. othrrWIHH -
Club of jour city, nnd Ma,. I. 10111 n_ _____ _ .267081: Ricilptiduring, month ..- .--- n n..)M.. .nt ..f thn Slnto: of Floridaoral thu nil*.KIIIInittt, of nnlil Mil will t>. tnkvnnn
muslin Is hhroudcd In embroideredtulle. to that it .. I Warrnntn. iNMiuil' --_-_ ..- .,, .ral. hi'mi'tf. .
you so kindly gave space Dl.trtrt N. 1. fln that (intntiN or Miilipopnacnnnol ronf.*... .il. hy until ili'fomlttnt
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A long piece like a stole trails furnished the information Hnlanev r.b 1. 111111 n.h._. 114 MHieoiptH Balance Mar/ 1, IIII9 u ISISMarch l>n .,'rvvil ..,."n hir anil IN ,v sir tho It In farther onh.rml thnt thin onlir be pull
have .
would you durlnir month .-..h__.____ 297 I 10.) 1011)Hiailford our of twenty.,- llnluMl. more. n work for rlKht' conmmutiv "", 'k.
from the back of the neck to the hem necessary to have offset your Warrant. l.micd u .__.....___ ..___.__ 10.00Iliilamu County, ii I, red tlutt Halil .."n..loI'nl fonilnnt ho and,I II. Irt the Mrnilforil (nnnty T..I"'HI.h. m nrwupn* l
of the skirt although part of It Is editorial. I Mar I. HUH' ._.__._______ ___ lil.HI sli.t; : or MorlilnI ,, in hi'n'hy roijutrnl. ) ,. to appiar, to th. bill of litr I ndlnxhrd| ) | | In unlit County .ml 1 Hint.
Dl.trlrt No. I.Rnlnnrr htuliy certify that the foreicolnir Htatimintnf complaint fllitl In ...1,1 hi foroMoiiilay
the skirt. CHIIMI on ur Ihln Jnmmry yMih 1U11 ,
lost from sight underneath' for the ___ ___ .__ tin Iticiliita.. and, Hhumcnunta, of tha funila .
I It seems almost Impossible fob I. Hill _ 25 41Kceipla tho 7th lnv of April A. I n. Illltlolhiruinf I. W. T. WFFKS.Clork .
Low and round at the neckline It this institutionis during month _._._._._____. 1&1.10 of ltrndri.nl. County. for the month of February' tin. alliimlliinii) of milil hill will ho Clrrult (.oiirt,
Is with Jet p1brott.ry! nnd public to realize that Warrant umuid _-__n._-___.___..__. 18M..'10nnlancn 1011) .IH true. and rnrrtrt to the bed of my (,hell ax .confiHit hy null) fomliint. it. A. WKIKS.
edged in its infancy, very little work of a Vnr 1 1. l 101"n _.u__._..___ 41 IDDUtrirt Ian .wl.....,' and billif. It IM rnrtlur. urdrn'II. i| tliiit I UIM| oril, r .Itu put.II. .- (fl..nl" Duptity. tlork. J
strings of the jet fall Am each shoul character having been( No. 1.llnlnnre 1':. It. I'OPPKLI.. .b'd oncu a week fur. llvi onnni>ciilivo wi f.,IIH J. K:. FIJrCH.Holloilor '
der. permanent / Fob I. Illlll ..__...._______. 1177 County Ruperlntenilont of luhllo Inxlructlnn.Irl l in the I Hrnilfonl, County lohtrraiih. II nowiipa for Comulnlmint. 1.III.Ht.
clone until 1015.! The land was in its Ki-cilptH' ilurlntt month ..._...___h. 2HI1IWnirnnfH p", r puhlUhiil In ...101 County' and Sliiti) .
Chenilt Is sponsor for long evening state It had to be cleared stumped .indued - __ __________--__ 20:I'1(1lllilnnco ( I
gowns longer than Callot shows hers, raw fenced ditched and broke up, andtoday Mnr I. 1(1111----------------( HH 77Dl.trlrl I LIFT OFF CORNS* t
I II
m4.
who 110\\p\'r..I1I.III1..s.. the shortnessby we have practically four thousand Hillnnrc Fib I. I'llfl .._.______.._ . 174 HOINPI I .WI,IIJIIIJUIJCII.II.CIC; / : JC.1CajJIDIDGJCClImCIIClIICIICIIICJClf.ICIII.IInICIIlC:1I1; : : : : : : ; : / : WWIa;'

A narrow panel-Ilkk. train.i'nqutn's without .ipt, iliirtnir month -_ u______.. WOO)
also acres under cultivation Warrant: I humid ___._n____._. .._ <-W (10Kiilnnri ) I ,
evening I !gowns! are a .stump root or rock to interfere !Mar I I. 11110! .___h.____. _ 121.HOntnlrlrl I I
long an effect' produced! by elongated work which makes as No. I. Apply few drops then !W sore, I'I'I :! Trade I I Ir
Irregular lengths of mate with the farm ttnlnnri. Fib I. ll'ld _______......_h 601.13 I Export
panels on pretty a field as there is in the country Ti.riit't during month __..______.__- 41 HI tou'hy corns nit/ with
rial. The sourness having Warrant). IsHtiod ._____ ....___..__.._.T* fl7.50llii'nnci
anywhere. !Vlnr I. llllfl ..__h.U.. 4547Dl.lrlrt I I
just been, /gotten out of the land andit No. 6.n.nlrnrL fingers LalinInterim; I '
FOR AFTERNOON OR STREET having reached a high state of Fib 1.1 1HI9 _.___..._...__ 1.60 I "
just RfctiptH during month __.........._. 41Hiri I II
cultivation. When the item in question Warrants IHHUI'I .-_ __.__._....__..__ V What Sells Here Sells There
I was given the Times-Union we had KnlnnciMar. 1. 1IM1I ...__.._-_______ 4 .41Plutrlrt i I I

inmates however, around GOO is No. 7. I I
451 l and I'alnnci Fi'b 1, 1K19 _.____........._ 97.BIPtriiptH I II I 31 Manufdtliirrri winding lo market llinr, produtli in I.aim America will, .I II
population
prison
our average during month _..._n__..__. M ,
adding to this the number of free WnrrnntH )tnnupd .-_ .._._.._...___...__ be bem filed hy roiiimunicalinK. with our Export Bureau. We can all
_.___. _.._
institution llalanrc Mat I I. Iftlll .... DH.11
people necessary to operate the Dl.trlrt No. 1.nnlaneo your good through nurNative .

approximately twentyfive.You Tib. 1, 1919 _........._...__ TI.H
is improbable Rpcviptu during month _.__uu___.__ 14 'II
state that it Warrnntn indued __n __....__.___..... 17.If Sales Representatives
that it would! require 65,000) pounds ")"h.n.e01/ a'. 1. HUB ___ __n___,____ 72.BISnixtrlrt t '
(
01
of bacon to feed 41)- prisoners. The No. 0. ::1 and trade connr-ftions. Publicity\ in two hundred I AmericanNewspapers
.aim
I allowed to I'nlnnc. Frh 1. IDI11 nu___.__...... 73.22 .
'average/ amount of meat ceiptn during month ______......__ fl 07 I and two hundred Salon (Motion I'ldure Theatres) in
yr.L men doing such work as ours, is one WarrmnW luund ...._._..___....__n_ 111 nollnlanro )
pound 1 per day each. Figuring an average Mar 1, Illlll "._..._h.___., 6H J'l t 11 South and Central America will carry tile story of, your product Mraiylit

/ population of 500 it would re- Frh I.ninlrirl lull) -No..____10.Knlanm ..._.__._.. \127.11 to the Merchanli, HumiifM Men, Huyer und Comuirmrs of lli....e SouthAmerican \

''Iluire 18-2,500! pounds of meat per Ktrf'iptii, during month _._ ___..__.... list ,
__. _.. .__ __.. __. Countnet.
fl;; () which WurranU clued< -. 10 no) I
year therefore the ,00 you rialnnctMar. I. 19111 .___._____-__ 14: I."") .r .
thought ample, and some to spare, Dlitrirt No. 1\. 1 Co-operative CntaloptresWe
wonlil be about one-third of the ''Inlandrib. I. It'lll -... .__ _._____. .t IT. I iiocnnt' > hurt u bit! I Drop n little :;11
the Institu- Rctlpt during month .___.___.._ .__ 2 *MM* KriM'/onc aching instantly
amount necessary to run \\'n"nnll' iiwuid _. ____..._________.- 5.)"") on nri corn, We are uwmLluiK our 1919 cal.tloKiie! pnritti''! in llie, : lanpu.mc of the
tion one year. You also refer to the I Hn la nc.- Mar I I. Iftlfl ______u______.- 41J.1 I that corn stops hurting then you lift
lii.OOO bushels of corn us having been Dli.tr1.1 No. l> it right out. Yes magic! South and Ctntr.il American I Kr[>uliln s.

I __ _____._.____ 1111.11Ittcilpnt
unless we had "alnneKib. 1. Illlll A bottle, of 'rpl'1.onp. costs but
L more than necessary, during month _. ____.__.____ tin tiny I If interested f write wire tall GE.
ewra more stock on hand than was needed.( \\ ..,'anI. 1..0..1 _ __ .__.___.___-_ u f< w cents. at any drug store, but IKHiifTii or
r Had you given very much thoughtto ilnlvnnMar/ I I. IDID _..._ _.__________ 1H7.5H 'H'nt tu remove every hard ('orn. .port /Jiuiaion .n

could hive Dl.trirl .... II.I soft between the toes
a I this institution you 'orn. or corn
I alnnc-i .'.b. 1. lull' _ ... _ 101)10) ALLIED AMERICA ASSOCIATION
readily seen that in order, to make itself K"", ;ip' during month .__ un 'I' '> mill, the Calluses, without soreness or
will be done so irritation. !
sustaining, it - -- --
largely through the stock end of it. Colds Cause Grip and InfluenzaLAXATIVE Fieezone is the sensational ilisrovrry ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A.

In another season instead of saving BROMO QUININE!:Tablet* remove the. of u Cincinnati Kcmuo. It in won

one-third enough meat to do us we causa. There la only eec Bromo Quinine' derful.-AuV. No. 211 a. ommmmmmmmtllmmmmmmmmtammmt mmmtnmmmmmmmmasmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmroa"A

r hope to save enough for all we need, E. W. GROVE'S signature go bom. SOc. -
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< and have some to spare. For instance,

we are pasturing and feeding now MICKIE SAYS

something over 1,000 head of stock

f hogs and pigs, and have 104 work NO,1AUt4' \ 4Y1e EU1to2 MN11N1 in FullThat

1 Pt --- .........."'os>e ,WE O ONft v.t owNU'(1t1N' Receipt

CALOMEL DYNAMITESA AOOuf' \1' 1S Y A8o'i
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SLUGGISH LIVER ER Po. CUBA.* '''---V4EU.,
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st WHY OIOMS! VA PHONE us

Crashes Into Sour Bile, making AtOJ1"1'1. V4t 00 tvt BEST

"tr You Sick and You Losea M1N0"\Nt wm R."OtRS, ao-f' "'He.K1'NER tot)NO\41N', u what you have for every: bill of account: you pay by cheik. You don'lnrn

r V-, Day's Work. AN'SOME4IMES! 'lNe PASS AN need to make a memorandum of the payment. 1 he Lank keeps the account for you.

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\SEMfES'MWE RE

ALWAYS. Gt.AO "((0 (TV4 1SEMS

j(yrr ., I Calomel salivates? It's mercury O'iEQ.1"H'. : P9oN' :\' Your Cash Always BalancesYou

Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish '.HANK. ...0Cd 9"""

liver. When calomel comes into

New/prp.r with bile it crashes intoit
/n Cnuna contact sour trouble! hunting an.recl'lplcJ/ bills. call the bank
causing cramping and nausea. have no up receipts : Just' on

If you feel bilious headachy, con for your check, and you have the evidence: complete.
frock of blue serge
This
charming
'. : stipated and all knocked out, just !go
'oIWlth sash and very
t stylish black embroidered satin fringed panel, Is a beau- to your druggist and get a 50 cent This bank solicit your deposits large or small and invites you to pay your bills through
Liver Tone whichis
hottle of Dodson's ,
tiful model for afternoon or street substitute for it It's ,the SAFE way
a harmless vegetable a o '
1 wear. dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful
:
sad! if it doesn't start your liver and We pay 4 per cent on sdvingi!! accounts compounded' quarterly. Place your ibrrly

4 Wash Suits for Children. itraighten you up better and quicker Bond and other valuables in a safety: deposit: box, cost' is imall.

Despite the fact that there has been than nasty calomel and without making -

considerable talk In cotton goods lines : you sick, you just go hack and !get
1 about price cutting and cancellation,

'.ffr manufacturers of children's wash nulls your If you rroney.take calomel today you'll be BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

are still doing. a good business.. With sick and nauseated tomorrow; beside

4 the exception of the cases of a tew salivate while If talc 11 I'
it may you, you Bradford County's Financial StrongholdESTABLISHED
mall retailers there have been very
a Ood on', Liver Tone you will wake up Y 0
f1 i' few com.Dilations, and flrrnn art work- feeling great, full of ambition and 1889

Ing on the lure orders that they received ready for work or play. It's harn.l!s. W4av..oe'f STARKE FLORIDA
,
for spring: delivery. Military pleasant and safe to give to children ;
.t'lp" ore big sellers, and It I..* expected
i. they like it. ((13-11i I
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?AGE 'EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919.

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------ ,;- -i 7.0r.... -Y ----I...... I bers 1" were rendered. Prayer! was offered Messrs. One Wiggin.. "and. Willie! M.: 'Bennett '.. . p ......: : iness. in Brooker Saturday. "

i i -.-- ---.. \. by Major L. A. Odum, at the | Johns, yf Hampton,were here on business Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Cox and children, Malcolm IlarreU.was a pleasant visItor -
1; 1 '..inclusion of which, Mrs. L. A. Odum Monday. of Sampson City; spent a day o'f two to Worthington. Sunday.

1 placed the tree in the ground. Short (| John Eddy, of Louise, was here on here several days /ago with friends.A Little Miss Cecil Parrish U: visit-
: stirring talks were made in honor of < business Tuesday. Mesdames: J.
Item party composed
County News ing her sister, Miss Ruby, this week.
i I Mrs. Booth. After the benediction the I I Henry Ward, of Sampson, made a E. Owsley and children, S. B. Wood-
party dispersed to take a walk over i business trip here Tuesday. ard and children, Chas. Gilyard and Rev. B. C. Scarborough filled his

-- C-h; .;: I I I the reservation and view the points of I I Mr. and Mrs.: Chesley Fogg made children, P. II. Neal and children, John regular appointment here Saturday .p

y Interesting'acts' Gathered During, by Our I I interest. a business trip to Waldo, Wednesday. Phillips, Bert Hagan and children, ot and Sunday. Attendance very good.

Regular Correspondents. 'The advisory board of Hope Hall I II. B. Sheppard, of Louise, was a Valdosta, :Miss Ida Hugan, :Messrs Seeber Edwards was in Worthington -

g ,: held their regular/ annual meeting in biisness visitor here Thursday. P II. Neal, W. A. Jones and Chas Sunday.W. .
the First Christian church of Hamp- Messrs. :Marvin Ogden and Willard Gilyard enjoyed a fish fry on Crystallake M. Andreu received a telegram

-- ''ton. I Smith were in Hampton Wednesday. last! Wednesday. Fish was plen- Monday to report back to his ship, but
', VANDERBILT isitcd relatives at Ruifnrd last week. I' Miss Thelma Sullivan\ of Theressa/ Chesley Fogg made a business! tripto tiful and after they ate dinner the on his arrival found that the telegramwas

The family of T. H. Waters are suffering -| visited her aunt, Mrs. II. B. Weest on Gainesville Tuesday younger folks made some candy, all a fake.
with the We wish forth Saturday.The John Thomas, of Raiford I made a the afternoon
Vanderbilt, Mar.: 14.-We have been mumps. enjoying this. Lahe in( W. Crews and family were guestsof
v ) -'m a speedy recovery. Santa Fc Baptist Associationwill business trip here Wednesday. they returned t6 their homes, having C. W. Edwards Sunday.
.' having plenty of rain, but are. enjoying Rev. Wightman(/ of Georgia, gave avery be held at the First Baptist Mr. Griner, of Raiford, was here on spent the day very pleasantly.S. .
", 4 a few days of sunshine interesting lecture to the young church of Hampton beginning at 9:30: Wednesday B. Woodard and daughter, Es- Miss Ruth Ward was the guest of

., U Levy Norman was a visitor to nosier people. of this community Sunday afternoon March 27th and continuing until Sun- Misses Bunnie Graves and Eva Bev- telle, were visitors to Hampton Wednesday Miss Blanche Andreu Sunday.

Sunday at the Free Will Baptist;, day afternoon. Everybody invited. ille were in Hampton Monday. e Clayton Scarborough was the guest

Miss Nellie Hooks was the guestof church. Quite a number were present. !Miss Dora Johnson of Raiford, one Mr. and Mrs. Edmondson, of Wa- E. A. Gaines, of Tampa, spent Sun- of S. C. Andreu Sunday. .

Miss Reba Comer Sunday. Albert Miller was in Dukes! Saturday of Bradford county's highly esteemed 1 teroak, passed through oar burg Wed day here with homefolks. Rev. Fate Prevatt attended services -

_,, ,'* I Rufus Alvarez returned home Sun- on business. teachers, has been visiting at Hampton I I nesduy enroute to Montcocha.! !Mrs. R. R. Burrows and children, oiStarke here Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. ;,

+ day from Jacksonville where he has Eurie Brown, who has been attending for a few days, guest of Miss Eva I Alex Dyal, of Hampton, was here spent the week-end here with E. E. Baxter returned to her ".
school at Lake Butler, spent Saturday Williams. visiting his son, O. W. Dyal. relatives.R. home Saturday, after spending some
'been visiting relatives. and Sunday with his parents, The many friends! of Mrs Josephine I Vernon Jones, of Hampton, was in M. Mersey was among the visitors time with relatives in Brooker. v
', I I. L. Conner and son, Leon, was Mr. and'( Mrs.! B. E. Brown. I Sullivan, who has been on the sick our burg on business Thursday. to Hampton Saturday.
W. M. Andreu and C. II. Newstmwere '
chopping in Starke Friday The mail carrier is back on the job list for several days, are glad to know !Messrs. Gid Sparkman and Charlie H. S. Roebuck and children, Benny business in Starke 'I

Miss Elvali'e Denmark, of Jacksonville after being laid up on account of the that her health is improving. :McKinney, of Louise!, were here last' and Annie, spent the week-end at transacting

: 't has been spending two weeks bud, condition of the roads. I Dr. Witt, of Columbia City, was a' Thursday on business. Gainesville with relatives. Saturday.
t here with relatives, returning home< "1 The infant child, of Mr. and Mrs I visitor to Hampton Saturday. Quite a number enjoysd a fish fry Charley Horsey and family, of/ Lake Remember the Union, and let's all

Saturday.Mrs. I Is. B. Denison died, Thursday. The 'I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sullivan, of I and chicken pilau on the lake Wednes- Butler, were guests! at the home of his compo:
i held at cemeterythe Theressa, were visiting in Hampton day. Miss: Eva Edwards, .was the guestof .,
Midway
funeral
L. L. Sapp of this section, was ]i was brother, R. M. Hersey, a few days ago.
Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. C. B. Roberts and J. R, :Miss Cecil Raborn .
in Hcilbron section Sunday. following day. I'I I I R. R. Prevatt, of Starke, was in our Sunday.W.
It visiting Oren I Q. S. Howard and family, of Dukes, The many friends of Jasper Strick- Beville, made a business trip to the burg Sunday afternoon. Harrell and family'attended
Drew Reddish and son, was here land regret to learn of his death county seat Friday.
attended church Sunday.I II. E. Moorer was a visitor to church here Sunday.C. .
: visiting here Tuesday. I I I business which occurred here Bill Gurney, of Monteocha, here
I II. )Douglass made a trip Sunday morning. was Hampton one day last week II. Newsom and family attended
'
t Tullie Norman was visiting Leon last week. He leaves wife and children Friday on business. *
i to Lake Butler one day a seven Last Thursday morning the following church here Sunday.
y .1 Conner Saturday night./ I three girls and four boys. The family II. F. Price left Thursday for Mayo boys went out on Magnolia and

. L. L. Conner was attending to business !- ; CLAY HILLI has the sympathy of their friends. where he will spend a few days attending Crystal \lakes and spent two days and of:Miss Geneva Ruby Ilarrell Edwards Sunday was evening.the guest 0

The three act musical to business. Their luck 72
in Raiford Monday. comedy, $10 one night fishing. was
111, Rev. Summers filled his appoint- I I i Clay Hill, Mar 21,II. B. Hudson Forfeit," will be given at the Hampton I II Messrs. Robert Groover, Gilbert nice trout. The party was composedof George, James and Malcolm Lynn

.,; ment at Emanuel Sunday. I and II. S. Starling were visitors to I'I auditorium Friday, March 21 by Weeks and Ellery Thomas made a Ben and John Hall, Henry and Kil were in our community Sunday morn-
I Jacksonville Friday of last week. business trip to Starke Friday.
the Waldo Civic Club. An interesting mer, Woodard, and Arthur Bennett. ing.C.
,1 Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman WitS I W. II. W. Carter was greeting old I I Ir. Paul Canova, of Starke was
play with many up-to-date songs The boys enjoyed the sport of pullingthe W. Edwards and brother, Seeber,
attending to business in Starke Mon friends in this community during the : I i here Friday on business. .
and choruses will be rendered by four trout in. were attending to business in Alachuaone
e rd day.Mrs. I:I week. I: teen young ladies. Admisison rea I i R. W. Warren and son, Harvey, Lee Burrows, of Starke, is here this day last week. ,
F. T. Norman Friday Hardeo 1'a lltett was transacting passed through here Thursday enrouteto
spent < sonable. Eve'rybody invited. week enjoying fishing with the other W. M. Andreu was in Brooker Mon. ;
J with Mrs. L. L. Conner. business in Highland Saturday morning Starke. boys. I f ,
I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin visited day. ,0
Mrs. Lotite and Mattie Normanwere / i friends out of town Sunday. Odell:: Abernathy and Dr. Thomas Fishing is the order of the day here '
1 the guests of Miss Thelma Al C. B. Starling was a visitor to I made a business trip to Gainesville now. Miss Blanche Andreu was the guest. I I'

varez Sunday. I Highland Saturday afternoon. I CROSBY LAKE Friday. I J. J. Collins and daughters, Misses of the Misses Edwards Saturday. I

Bennie Sapp, of near Starke, was Miss Irene Wilkinson spent a coupleof Rev. B. Dyal and son, Barry, of Myrl and Edith, and the Misses Dora Francis Dyal and daughter, Miss \
days in Starke with friends and Sampson City, were in our town Friday and Maude McEwen of Lakeside Mae, attended services here Sunday. "
Lake were
j visiting his brother, J. S. Sapp, Sun. I Crosby Mar. 21-Harley Keen ,
, ; 'I relatives, returing Tuesday afternoon. '' of the Woodlawn section, was in this on business. in our burg Monday morning.C. Malcolm Harrell was in Brooker on r ,
) day.Mrs. Misses Edith and Elsie Starling section Saturday.Miss I L. C. Smith and son, Willard, were M. Phillips returned home from Business Saturday.
L. L. Conner was visiting her
e' I spent Thursday evening with their Ora Raulerson returned home in Sampson City Friday. Larkins Tuesday morning after spending T. B. Pinholster was in out com-
sister, Mn. Drew Reddish, Sunday.Mr. S. J. Will and wife and Miss Flor- ..
grandparents i Mr. and Mrs. Jones several months there. business.
Sunday after spending the week at the munity Saturday on
., and Mrs. Elery Sapp was visiting : ling Star'l home I ence Walger, attended the party at I'
of H. M. McRae.
'; in Wateroak section Sunday.S. s I J. J. Padgett, was a visitor to Misses Alice and Eva Stephens Sampson City Friday night. FIVE MILE boat A party riding composed Saturday of afternoon.boys were out f,;'i
t afternoon. visited !Mrs. Murphy Price returned to her i
J. Norman and son, Lonzie, visited land Saturday their sister, Mrs. Lee Edwards,
4. F. T. Norman Monday. S. J. Starling was transacting bus- j this section Monday and Tuesday. home Thursday after a two weeks' Five Mile, Mar. 21.-L. G. Johnson Mrs. O. W. Barry was sick a few ;
a mess in Starke the first of the week. I visit with her Mr. and Mrs. days of last week.
parents with Mr.
Sunday school at Emanuel 2:30 0'' j' The chicken stew given at the home and family spent Sunday
clock Sunday. ; B. I). Carter was a visitor! to Highland I of 1'. B. Bryant Tuesday night was I West at Hastings.[ and Mrs. P. P. Dekle. T. B. Edwards and wife were the
I :Messrs. Vernon Jones and Cecil Lanier of Mrs O. W.
Saturday morning. j jL. mach Messrs. Hall Melvin and Homer guests Barry Thursday
a Messrs. Rufus Alvarez and, Levy very enjoyed. A large crowd ,
!
E. Starling was among the visit of Hampton, wcrj here Fridayon I night.J. .
and all Gainey of Brooker, came over to Five
Norman visited L. L. Conner Tuesday was present report a nice time. I IMiss ,
: i >rs to Highland Saturday. I II : Annie Raulerson is the guest business Mile: on a fishing trip last week. V. Edwards and wife were the \
,+ night. I The farmers are making ready to' Mrs. EVa Barry left Saturday for guests of Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday
i of Miss Louise McRne this week. March 11th section
Oren Reddish attended church at plant, but there Is more!; rain going on Jacksonville, where she will visit rel- Tuesday, our afternoon.
I I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae attended visited another downpour
-
Emanuel; Sunday night.WOODLAWN. I than planting. church i atives and friends for a few days. was by heavy W. M. Ilarrell was in _Brooker n .n. Saturday -
# at Pine Level Sundav. in such
of rain. The roads are
: S..1. StllrlmlC was visiting relatives I !Mrs Mary Adkins, of Jacksonville,, mo nh.-n
.1' -'- W. M. Edwards, of Gainesville l visited condition' it is almost dangerous to '
| ,
i at :Maiming Station and Macclennj I passed through our burg Friday en- Wade Ilarrell was in our community
i his brother, Lee Edwards Sunday. travel and the route carrier has failed -
II lust week, returning home Sunday.We route to Sampson City where she willI ilonduy. I
The
farmers are taking advantageof for
: Woodlawn !Mar I. that E. II to put in an appearance more Murrhee in 'i
21.-Rev. D. are /glad to report the fair weather wh'ch' havlinA' I visit relatives Edgar was Worthington
we than week.
Phillips spent! Heyprnl days last week Carter is on the road to recovery. i to are !Messrs. Alva Saxton and, Rule Johns. a attending to business .Saturday. 'i
in anti around Theressa the guest of I Mrs.. L. S. Carter and son, Clyde, Those get( who busy attended plowing, the and planting. 'I of Hampton, were here Thursday on !Mr. and Mrs. Feagle, :Mrs A. C. Truly Willis was in our section last
social
r |I at
irannen and others whose
several '
relatives were visiting, in highland Saturday. I III. ;M. McRno's, homo I business. Saturday.
lTil1lIowll! : Browning spent the !Messrs. J. A. and Horace Starlingleft Friday night I The farmers around here were busy names we failed to /get, joined a merry -I W. J. Ward and family were visiting 1"""
were Misses Ora Raulerson
''s week-end with relatives in the Van- for Jacksonville Saturday to be Eva and Thursday, hauling sweet potatoes.Mr. party of fishermen here one day in our section Sunday. t
Lillie !
McRae. Kathleen
1 Underhill
a dcrliilt, section. gone for a few days. and :Mrs. W. P. Byrd made a last week. | C.V.. Edward wa transacting .
a' h (Dun Slm'ling, of Saxon, visited hii 'I Edward Carter was a visitor to Dolly and Louise McRae, :\Iessrs.Fre"mnn I business trip to Brooker Friday. Mr. and !Mrs.\ Isaiah Dubose passed "! business in Worthington Saturday. 't

parents Mr. and :Mrs. S. T. Starling, Highland Saturday Knrney Crosby. Harley Thomas, I A car load of sweet potatoes wasI through Five :Mile one day last week. | Brinkley Hayes visited his parents I
Sunday. Kills; Starling was visiting/ in this. Bryant, Frank Starling. Joe i shipped from here Thursday to St. They report high wat"r un the road here Friday and Saturday. i'
Bryant Arthur and Russell McRne!
S. II, Thompson attended church atl I <,'dion( Saturday evening. :Mr. J. L. Underhill ,, Louis by the o..ners.Ir.: II. B. Ship- they traveled. I The entertainment to be given here
New Hope Sunday. Wilbur Parrish was among the visitors Claud Underhill and and family, Mr. bud paying one dollar per bushel for Ivy Thom ls visited Lake Butler on j J was postponed on account of one of I

L. L. Johns, of Jacksonville, spent to Highland/ Saturday, afternoon. family, Charlie ', them. Wednesday i the pupils being sick. 1
y Sunday, with his family. E.: S. Starlingvus transacting business i Underhill Jimmie Starling.I I'I'I :Mr. and Hrs. Howell of Jacksonville Lonn: Thomas has returned from a I! Harley Andreu visited his sister, '

Mrs. W. II. Normnn returned to her in Highland aturrhl)'. I JIIG h passed through/ here Friday en- isit.to relatives. ( in I'.iUdlui. !, Mrs C. H. NewBom, of Pine Hill, Saturday "
home in Jacksonville last week, after Nelson" : 1'resentt spent, Saturday and, _.: route to Alachua. :Mrs. Mac Wilson is visiting :Mr. and a

spending several days here with relatives. Sunday' with homefolks in this com Highland !Mur., --21--:Mrs. F. D. hang''I I Chesley Fogg made a business trip] :Mrs It. J. Thomas this week. :Misses Eva, Ellen and Georgia Edwards "''
Mrs. :Mattie Drawdy'iqltl'd her son, 'I '
munity.Uev. went to Jacksonville Wednesday for to Gainesville Saturday and Miss Ruby Parrish were
Mrs. James Browning and .children 1 L. :M.( Mosk-y, of Jacksonville, roiiple, days' visit with her sister,, !Mrs a I! John Eddy, of Louise, made a business !- r Ilh"tt I Drawdy, one day last week I' guests of Blanche Andreu Sunday af-
were visitors to at It is fish or ditch in Fie :Mile now
Lawtey Sunday filled his regular appointment H. I F. Grand. i trip here Saturday. ternoon.
Mrs.! R. II. Green and children\ of Highland church Saturday and Sun- F. I II) Lang made a buaines) trip to !! Lacy Reynolds, of New River, was -take your choice, either is hard i I Word has been received here that

Jacksonville, are here visiting rela !Mnxville 'Wednesday. '' here Saturday on business. work. I I Ray Newsom, who is stationed at
tives. clny.L.. :M.( (Carter was visiting/ friendsin W. Wimberly Little Roy Roberts, Jr., was here !Messrs. T. .T. and W. .\. Dekle, of I I Newport News, Va., will soon be home "
Mr. and, !Mrs. .T. S. Norman are tho this community Sunday i in Jacksonville. spent Wednesday I'I'i Saturday' guest of his grandparents, Lake Butler, visited their brother, P. with his friends.

proud parents of a line boy, born onblarrh :Miss Carrie Starling was the guestof :Miss Irene Wilkinson returned, to Mr. and :Mrs. C. B Roberts. P. Tinkle, one day last week. Seeber Edwards nnd sister. Miss p
kith: !Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Starling Sun- her home from Starke after'' !Messrs. J. D. Jones and Lucian B. I''. Gainey and family visited his Eva, attended the funeral of Mrs. A.
Tuesday,
A. Green was! a business visitor to day. I II I spending. several days there with relatives Johns of Hampton, were pleasant visitors sister, :Mrs. P. O. Dukes, one day lust B. Surrency, at Dednn, Thursday. r i;ti"#,
Kuifnrd, Saturday.J. :\I<'RIII'H. C. It. and E.: S. Starling here Sun.lay. week. C. H. Newsom and W. M. Andreu t !

W. Nichols, of Raiford, was the WPIvisiting friends* in our burg on Mrs: H. C. Wimberly and, children !,j L. C. Smith filled! his regular appointment Mr. and Mrs: Babe Johns visited were out fishing one night last week.

guest of S. II. Thompson. Sunday.MILLER Sunday. i hand, !Miss! Ethel Ricks were visitors< to at White Springs Saturdayand :Mrs. Johns' mother, :Mrs. Mollie Par- Their luck was two large cats. ((4"J
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Jacksonville Thursday Sunday. lustIonday. The farmers! are taking advantage :
: HAMPTON I i' ; :Mrs. Martha Touchstone, who has of the warm sunshiny' weather to put b
Miss A i lorn Reynolds, of Starke. R. W. :Surrency and little granddaughter -
been quite sick for several days, is the seed in the ground. r ,
was the week-end of Aileen Surrency Sun-
!Miller, Mar. 21.-Rev. !M. A. Wood! Hampton, !Mar. 21.-Mrs. !M. Z. Sul- : Il'taIt'rrer.: guest :Miss Sa- liiy in Brooker with relatives.spent much improved at this writing Arthur Edwards and sister, Miss d
ard, of Dukes preached his regular I'.van: of Theressa, has been spending L. G. Johnson was a business Georgia, attended the funeral of Mrs. 1
j sermon at tho Free Will Rev. L. Moseley, of Jacksonville, Mrs H. F. Price and, daughter/ Alma vlsitor-I)
} Baptist a few days with her mother, :Mrs. Josephine filled his to Worthington one day last A. B. Surrency at Dedan Thursday. .
church here Sunday to a large and appreciative Sullivan.E. I regular monthly appoint- were in Hampton Sunday visiting Mrs. P. P. Dekle and sons, Oren, .

congregation. :. II. Andreu of Jacksonville, was ment here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. relatives.W. Kirke and Julian, visited in Lake Butler IiAI Rif
Wilbur Brown was a business visitor in our town Friday. I : and Mrs: Walter Butler of McGuire: \ .', of Palatka, filled his Friday. sy'it,

,t Worthington one day past. l.ulltV'rlnt'lIdny evening many mer- Jacksonville, are visiting Mrs. Butler's regular appointment here Saturdayand Messrs. James and Leslie Ward and Raiford Mar. 21.-Sheriff Epperson -

Mr. and !Mrs J. M. !Mott, of Lake ry voices were heard on the campus in cott. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D.. Pres- Sunday.Mrs. James Thompson, Worthington, and :Mr. Baisden. of Starke, were ',?;\

p Butler, visited the lutter's parents, front of the Hampton school building. I Dewey Strickland and sister, were business! visitors here last week.D. visitors in town Tuesday. LI
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas, Sunday. The squawking of chickens heard Horace Starling was a business visitor I. Blume with P. Miss Lulu i
j'' were : to Jacksonville\ Mattie, of Hampton, were pleasant spent Sunday Jean Wacter, of Jacksonville -
Tommie C'hancey, of Luke Butler in different directions, later the Saturday. visitors here Saturday.Mrs. I' Dekle. spent Sunday hl'relest of i
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crews
attended church here Sunday. noise ceased. Pleasant( conversationswere were attending Price has returned to her homein !Mrs. J. S. Green was called to Jacksonville Mrs. S. W. Smith.
to business in Starke Satur r
t H. C. Peoples made a business trip carried. on by the young people day. Live Oak after a week's visit here Tuesday to the bedside of her N. T. Ritch and little granddaughter ,

to Dukes one day last week and the chicken pilau was enjoyed. :Messrs. R. F. Chance :M. F. Johns, with her son, II. F. Price. son, who is very sick. We hope he Vivirette, of Starke, were in .1\.
Dr. Carefoot, of Worthington, madea Prof. I R. A. Green is attending, the I will soon recover. town Sunday afternoon.
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_ prof'lIlIional'Illit here last week. convention of states chAol officl'r'll visitors H. Taylor to Jacksonville and Riley Johns were THKRESS Misses Pearl Roberts! and Beadie Miss Loca Anderson has returned I

Roy Lnngford was in Lake Butler which is being held at Tallahassee this Saturday. Green spent Sunday afternoon with home, after having finished a
Mr. Brewer, of High Springs, was very
Saturday on business. week the guest of L. M' Brewton and family Theressa Mar. 21.-No news items Miss Norma Dekle. successful_ _. term__un nf school _of._ _R..nnlr..__ w... ,
Mr. and Mrs. M L. Collins, of Bland :Mrs. p. A. Scott, of Starke, was a Sunday. \ last week, as the correspondent was :Misses Johnnie and Truman Rimes Mrs. John Ritch and son and daughter :,

were in this community Sunday.A. visitor to Hampton Friday. !Mrs Messrs. Lindsey Osteen and Leslie laid up for repairs.! visited their uncle, P. P. Dekle, Mon of Sapp were visitors here Sun- .:
E.
Miller
of
F Valdosta On visited Scott is planning to do some reconstruction Griffls spent Sunday with relatives at Rev. N. T. King, of New River, filled day.Ivy day afternoon.
at the home of his Brother, II. S. work in Bradford county and Maxville. his regular appointment at the Thomas has returned from a J. C. Jones of Perry pent the t

Miller, last week. lie was on his way her services are much appreciated.. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly Miss! Wlnnl- Baptist church here Saturday and visit with relatives in Palatka.W. week-end here with wife and baby.

home Mr.after and a Mrs.visit W.in South A. Brooks Florida i Hope Hall is proceeding on Its mission fred and Master Billy Wimberly spent Sunday. O. Roberts! called on P. P. Dekle Chesleigh Smith, who has only recently Ji

Providence of of mercy. Capt and !Mrs. F. II. Friday and Saturday with friends at S. B. Woodard was a business visitor Sunday. returned from France, is home
attended ;
church here Sat Mr. and Mrs.! B. F. Gainey and Mrs.
Disler assumed control of the hall Bronson. to Starke Monday. on a furlough
{ urday and Sunday. lens than two months!' ago. It is plainto Mr. and Mr. C. A. Youngblood were Amanda Gainey visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Merritt spent Sunday here at I'
.tq n, Marion Waters made a short fishing\ : observers that new life and new GRAHAM visitors to Hampton one day last Fred McKnight Sunday. the home of Mr. and Mrs. George An-
trip to Daklo's millpond Saturday af Mrs. Pearl i
Green
and higher morals have been infused week.J. is visiting her derson.
ternoon.and he lie lost caught three-two got: into the veins of this institute under Graham, Mar. 21. Mr. and Mr.. W. Batten has Installed a grist parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Cason. J. H. Ritch, of Jacksonville, spent !]f
away one. their capable and humane manage Odell Abernathy made a business tripto mill and one for grinding the corn cob Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Blume were attending the week-end here with his family .Ii
Mrs. Sinegal Holder, daughter of ment. Captain Disler reports! most Starke Monday.Mr. and all into feed for stock. He 1 Is going to business in Dukes Monday. Chesleigh Smith wa* a visitor to 11
Mr. and !Mrs H. C. Peeples, left Wednesday satisfactory progress in all departments and Mrs. Riley Wasdin were to try to have this in operation by Miss Mabel'John80n ha returned Starke Sunday afternoon. ....
t to join her husband who is lo- It will be a big from a two weeks visit with relativesIn Miss Lucy
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and being a man of enterpriseand In Starke :Monday on business.Mr. Saturday. accmmo- Perry has been confined
has cated been in the there Panama for Canal time zone. He constructive energy Hope Hall and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., dation to the farmers of this section. Baker county. to her bed for the past few day, suffering -
some working
; in the service will respond to the touch of his genius and Mrs.! Palen Colson, Messn. A. A. Blanton Owsley was a visitor to with a revisitation/ of the flo.' .
postal I and its continued expansion and usefulness Hnzen and John Groover were here Starke Monday. BRADFORD We hope to soon see her out again.
O. L. Mlzell, of Dukes, was in this i is an assured fact. Monday. Miss Daisy Moore, of Starke, spent -- Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wilson, of Stark

community on business Saturday af- At Hope Hall on March 10th, a tree Math Wasdin. of Columbia, S. C., the week-end here with her parents, Bradford, Mar. 21.-4Utn' ; Harrell were visitor in town Monday. :
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. was carried to Jacksonville: Sunday Mr. Van
was planted and dedicated to Mrs. is here on a furlough, visiting his parents Swearingen of Jackson-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Douglass have Maud Ballington: Booth who I I. the Mr. and \\'tIn. H. D. Wasdin. Mrs. B. Hasan and children, of morning to be operated on for appen-i vine, and Dr. Cox Were guests of Senator -

moved to Ellenton. leading light and guiding: star of prison Duggar Jones of Gainesville, was Valdosta, Ga., spent a few days here dicltls. Blitch the past week- Marion Waters was visiting friendsat reform throughout the expa'nlle of i visitor here Monday evening.: last week with relati.el.Mra. S. C. Andreu was in Brooker Satur. Messr Paul and JM Canova, of

New River Sunday afternoon. this country. At the planting of this Henry Ward, of Sampson City, was ; E. A. Gaines, of Tampa, is day on buiine Starke, were business visitor here'
business. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr*. G. J. V. Edwards was attending to bus Monday.
here Monday on
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY:. TELEGRAPH: : / STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919.

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2_-' -,',', J5S.>.*.-....I 1(.' .......; .. ....." ,i begs were rendered. Prayer was offered Messrs. Orie Wiggm and Willie M. Bfrnriftt. '. ' ''' iness. in Brooker Saturday.

-:.... : i .fPS i r'_-_ ---"oD \ by :Major L. A. Oduni, at the Johns, of Hampton, were hero on business Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Cox and children" Malcolm Harrell was a )pleasant vis-
: unclusion, of which, Mrs. L. A. odum) :Monday. of Sampson City, spent a day of two itor to Worthington Sunday.

,, J tf IcCount 11 placed this tree in the /ground. Short I .John Eddy, of Louise, was, here on here several days ago with friends.A Little Miss Cecil Parnsh is visiting -

News tern1interetlnl ,itirrmg talks were made in honor of business Tuesday.. party composed Mesdames: J. her sister, Miss Ruby, this week.

vim.! Booth. After the benediction the i Henry Ward, of Sampson, made u E. Owsley and l children, S. B. Wood- : I Rev B. C. Scarborough filled his
party dispersed: to take a walk over I business trip here Tuesday. ard und children, Chas. Gilyard and' .
here Saturday
+ ilu' resl< ,rvatlon and view the points of I :Mr. and, ;Mrs Chosley Pogg! made children, P. II. !Neal and children, John I regular appointment Band

Facts' Gathered During the Week by Our I interest. 1 n )business trip to Waldo Wednesday.I I'll'Hips. Bert Hagan and children, of Sunday. Attendance very good.

Regular Correspondent 'I he advisory board of Hope Hall I I I. B. Sheppard, of Louise, was a Vuldostn, Miss; Ida Hagan, :Messrs I' Seeber Edwards: was in Worthington -

V, !d' (th,' r regular annual mutiny in biihiiehs visitor here Thursday.Messrs. I' H. :Neal: W. A. Jones und Chas Sunday.

the First Christian church of Hamp I : :Marvin Ogden and Willard, Gilyurd enjoyed a fish fry on Crystal W :'II.ndrl'u received a telegram

j ',, ton. Smith wore in Hampton Wednesday. lake last Wednesday. I Ijsh; was plentiful I :Monday to report back to his ship, but
lust werk i Miss. Tholmu Sullivan of Theressa, i 1 Chesley 1'ogg mude. business trip the arrival found that the telegram
V A-:. UEIUlIII' visited. "lel.itivc-t, at Raiford a and after they ate dinner on his
I The family of T 11 Waters lire suffering I visited her aunt, Mrs. II. B. Wcest on : to Gainesville Tuesday. younger folks made some candy, all was a fake.

Van d al,'tit, :Mbar 11.-We have tern with the mumps We wish forth Saturday John Thomas, of I Raiford, made a enjoying this. Late in the afternoon W. Crews and family were guests
i t "-m a speedy recovery The Santa Fe Baptist Associationwill business trip here Wednesday they returned to their homes, having of C. W. Edwards Sunday.
having/ plenty of rain, but nre enjoying I Rev \ of deorgiu, gave a I be held at the First Baptist Mr: Griner, of Raiford, was here on spent the day very pleasantly.
:Miss I Ruth Ward was the guest of
p a few days of sunshine very interesting( lecture to the young I church of Hampton I beginning at 3:30: Wednesday. S B. Woodard nnd daughter, Es- \ Andreu .
:Miss Blanche Sunday.Cla.ton
I Levy Norman was a visitor to I'osiir people of this community Sunday afternoon :March 27th and continuing/ until Sunday :Misses Bunnie Graves and Eva Bev- telle wcro visitors to Hampton Wed

6 I Sunday.:: at the Free Will Baptistchurch \ afternoon Everybody: invited. ille were in Hampton Monday.: nesday. e Scarborough was the guestof

Miss Nellie Hooks was the guest Quite a number were present I I :Miss Dora Johnson, of I Kaiford, one I :Mr and Mrs Edmondson, of Wa- E. A. Games, of Tampa, spent Sunday S. C. Andreu Sunday.

rs of Miss Reha Comer Sunday. A"ertJillcr} : was in Dukes Sntur- of lirudford county's, highly esteemed tnroak, passed through our burg Wednesday here with homefolks.Mrs. Rev Fate Prevatt attended services

l Rufus Alvarez: returned, homo Sunday ,day on business I I teachers, has been visiting at h Hampton enroute Monteocha.: R. R. Burrows and children, of here Saturday and Sunday.

a. from Jacksonville where he hllll Eurie Brown, who has been attend, I for u few days, guest of :Miss Eva I Alex Dyal of Hampton, was herevisiting Starkp-, spent the week-end here with :Mrs E E. Baxter returned to her

t ) ing school at Lake Butler, spent Sat I Williams his son, 0. W Dyal relatives. home Saturday, after spending some
relatives.L.
lccJviKillnl! urday and Sunday with his parents, I Thc many friend of :Mrs Josephine Vernon Jones, of Hampton, was in H.1.: Hersey was among the visitors time with relatives in Brooker.W. .
L. Conner and. son, Leon, was Sullivan who has been the sick our burg on )business Thursday.
on
:Mr and :Mrs B. I: Brown. I to Hampton Saturday.. M. Andreu and C. II. Newsfcm
j shopping in Staike Friday, The mail carrier is back on the job I list for several days, are glad to know Messrs. Gid Sparkman and Charlie hi. S. Roebuck and children, Benny transacting business in Starke

"" Miss\ KlvaU'e: Denmark, of Jacksonville after boing laid up on account of the that her health is improving :McKinney, of Louise, were here last und Annie, spent the week-end lit were Saturday.

has been spending two weeks bad condition. of the roil els. I Ir Witt, of Columbia City, was a Thursday on business Gainesville with relatives.

j here with relatives, returning( home I Th(. infant child of :\1 r. and Mrs visitor. to Hampton Saturday. Quite a number enjoyed a fish fry Charley Hersey and family, of Lake Remember the Union, and let's all

Saturday. I S. B Denison died Thursday., The Mr. and, ;Mrs. Albert Sullivan, of ,' and chicken pilau on the lake Wednesday : Butler, were guests ut the home of his comp;

L i Mrs L. L Sapp of this section, was funeral was held at Midway cemetery Thcrossu, were visiting in Hampton' brother, R. :M. Hersey, a few days ago ;Miss Eva Edwards was the guestof
visiting in Heilbron, section Sunday. thp following day. Saturday and Sunday.. I' Messrs" C. B. Roberts and l J. R. R R. Prcvatt, of Starke, w' our :Miss Cecil
0 I q J, S., Howard and family, Dukes, The many friends, of Jasper 1 Strick made a business trip to the burg Sunday afternoon. 9an W. I Ian-ell and nfamily'yth
Oren
I Drew Reddihh and son, wa land. learn of his death 1 I ,'. seat Friday.l
to
attended! clumh here Sunday. |I regret II. E. Moorer was a visitor to church here Sunday.
I visiting here} Tuesday. I E:. H. Douglass] made business, trip which occurred hero Sunday morning j I Bill Gurney, of Montfocha, was here Hampton one day last week C. II. ;Xewsom and family attended

J, I Tulho Norman was visiting Leon to Luke Butler onto day 1 last week He leaves! u wife and seven children, Friday on business. Last Thursday morning the following church here Sunday.
R jc Conner Saturday night ,I --.- three gills and four boys. The family 'I' H. F Price left Thursday. for Mayo boys went out Magnolia: and

L. L. Conner wall attending; to bus!- CLAY HILL has the sympathy of their friends" I where he will spend, a few days attending Crystal lakes and spent' two days and, :Miss Ruby Edwards was the guestof
Geneva Hurrell Sunday evening..
ness in 1 Raiford Monday. The three act musical t comedy, "$10 to business. one night fishing. Their luck was 7;
''Pr Rev Summers filled his appointment Clay II ill, Mar 21.-11. B. Hudson forfeit," will] be given at the Hampton :Messrs. Robert Groover, Gilbert nice trout. The party was composedof George, James and Malcolm! Lynn

at Emanuel Su 1111.1. ,I and II. S. Starling were visitors to "! auditorium Friday, March 21 by Weeks and! Ellery Thomas made a Ben and John Hall, Henry and Kil- were in our community Sunday morn-
y. I Jacksonville Friday of last week j the Waldo business trip to Starke Friday. ng..
Civic Club. An interest- mer, Woodard, and Arthur Bennett.The .
and F. M Norman
Mr. Mrs was I]I W. II. W. Carter was greeting oldfnendi 1 ing play with many up-to-date songs .'[I'. Paul Canovn, of Starke, was boys enjoyed the sport of pullingthe C. W. Edwards and brother, Seeber,

attending to business in Starke Mon- in this community during the and i choruses will be rendered by fourteen 'I'I here Friday on business. trout in.. were attending to business in Alachua

day. ; week. '' young ladies.I Admmson reaionablp. R. W. Warren and son, Harvey, Lee Burrows, of Starke, is here this one day last week,
Mrs. F. T. Norman spent Friday llardee, Padgett wai transacting passed through here Thursday enrouto
i Everybody: invited j week enjoying fishing with the other W. M. Andrea" was in Brooker Men-
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with Mrs. L. L. Conner. business in Highland Saturday morn i' to-- Storke.Ociell boys.
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Griffin visited day.
( Mrs. Lotite nnd Mattie Norman ing. friends out of town Sunday :" Abernathy and Dr. Thomas I 1 Fishing is the order of the day here
were the guests of Miss Thelma Alvarez C. B. Starling was a visitor to< made a business trip to Gainesville I now. Miss Blanche Andreu was the guest,
1 ] Highland Saturday afternoon. Friday. I of the :Misses Edwards Saturday.
8un.ly.Bennie CROSBY L\KE J. J. Collins and daughters, Misses
Sapp, of near Starke, was Miss Irene Wilkinson spent u coupleof Rev. B. Dyal and son, Barry, of MyrI: and Edith, and the Misses Dora Francis Dyal and daughter, Mill

1 r visiting his brother, J. S. Snpp Sun I days in Stnrke with friends and< I Crosby Lake, Mar. 21-Harley Ken Sampson City, were in our town Fri. and Maude !McEwen, of Lakeside, were Mae, attended services here Sunday
relatives, returing Tuesday afternoon ''of day: on business.I in Malcolm Harrell in Brooker
<1. y. the Woodlnwn section, was in this our burg Monday morning. was on
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Misses Edith. and Elsie Starling I C. Smith and son, Willard, were business
section Saturday. I C. M Phillips returned home from Saturday.
Mrs. L L. Conner visiting her
*, was ; with thengianilparents
spent Thursday evening :Miss Ora Raulerson returned homSlIn.IIlY /! in Sampson City Friday. Larkins Tuesday morning after spending T. B. Pinholster was in oui1 com-
+, sister Mrs.: Drew Reddish
: Sunday. S. J. Star I Will
Mr. and Mrs. I after Jones and wife, and Miss Florence several months there.
the
spending week business.A .
I at the munity Saturday on
Mr. and Mrs. Elery: Supp' was visiting ling. home of II M. McRae. i Walger, attended the party at .

( in Wateroak section Sunday. J. J. Padgett wns a visitor to Highland I Misses Alice and. Eva Stephens visited Sampson City Friday night. FIVE MILK party composed of boys were out

1 ''j S. J. Norman and son, Lonzie, visited Saturday afternoon I their sister, :Mrs. Lee Edwards, of i :Mrs. Murphy price returned to her boat riding Saturday afternoon. ,

F. T. Norman Monday I S. J. :Starling was transacting bus. 'this section Monday and Tuesday. I home Thursday after a two weeks' Five Mile, :Mar. 21L. G. Johnson Mrs. O. W. Barry was sick a few
iness In Starke the first of the week visit with her Mr.: [ and Mrs. days of last week.
Sunday school at Emanuel 2:30 o'' I The chicken stew given at the homeof : parents, and family spent Sunday, with Mr.
14 cloik Sunday. / B. D. Carter was a visitor to Highland 1'. H. Bryant Tuesday night wn West at Hastings and :Mrs. P. P. Dekle. T. B. Edwards and wife were the
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Saturday morning. :Messrs. Vernon Jones and Cecil Lankier of :Mrs O. W.
guests Barry Thursday
:Messrs. Rufus Alvarez, and Levy very mflch enjoyed. A large crowd, Messrs Hall Melvin and Homer !
L. E.: Starling the visifliiis of here
was among Hin.pton, Friday .
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nlJ'ht.J.
.1 1v Norman visited L. L Conner Tuesday was present and all report u nice timeMiss Ciainey, of Brooker, came over to 1 Five
i 1 to Highland Saturdiy I on business. V. Edwards and wife were the
Annie Raulerson is the guestof :Mile on fishing:' trip last week.
h night I The farmers lire making ready to Miss: Louise \IcHa. this week. :Mrs }':\'a Barry left Saturday for guests of Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday

1 I Oren Reddish, attended, church at plant, but there is more nun going on I, Mr. and, Mrs II. :\1. McRae! attended Jacksonville, where she will visit relatives Tue"duylIrch another 11th, our section down- afternoon.
visited
Emanucl: Sunday night I than planting. church at Pine Level! Sunday. and friends for a few days. was by heavy W. :M. HarrplI was in Brooker Snt-
.. S. ,1.I Stalling, was visiting relativesat :Mrs. Adkins of pour of ram. The roads nre in such
Y I ---- -. \V. :M. Edwards, of Gainesville; visitrd I Mary Jacksonville, rday mornn,.
condition is almost
it dangerous to
WOOIILW'i: Manning Station and Macclenn! his brother, Lee Edwards : passed through our burg Friday en- Wade Hnrrell was in our community
last week, returning home Sunday Sunday route travel and the route carrier has fail-
The farmers to Sampson City. where she will :londay.
.. Woodlawn, Mar; : M .-Rev. O L \\'&' me glad to report that E: hl. the fair weather are which taking we advantageof having I I visit relatives. 11',1 to put in un appearance for more I Ed Murrhee: was in Worthington
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Phillips spent several days list week' Carter: is on the road to recovery to got busy and are :Messrs Al\a Saxton and Ruie Johns a week attending to business Saturday
plowing .
J- I " in and around Thcrussa, the guest of i Mis, L. S. Carter and son, Clyde, ] Those who attend, the sOI'inlIt planting i of Hampton, were here Thursday on :Mr and :Mrs. )Feagle, :Mrs A. C. : Truhy Willis was in our section last

I relatives.Miss I were! visiting in Highland Saturday.Messrs . / business. Hrannen and, spveral others, whosenames Saturday. '
H. M :\Idt".' home
fo-t Mo/ell Crowning: spent the J. A, and. Horace Starlingleft were :Misses Oia+ Raulerson Friday night I The funnels around, hort were busy; we failed, to get, joined a mer- I W J. Ward and family were visit-

week-end with relatives in the Van- for Jacksonville Saturday to ho McRao: Kathleen Underhill Eva, aniiLillie Thursday hauling sweet potatoes. ry party of fishermen here one day ing in our section Sunday.I .
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I .li,'rbilt section. gone for u few days Dolly nnd Louise :M : , :Mr and :Mis" W. P Byrd made a last week. I W. FIdwards: was trnn'"cting'buin"'K
Hae
1; Dan _Stnthng, of Saxon, visited hint' Edward: Cuitci' wus a visitor to < Messrs. I I' business, trip to Brooker Friday :Mr. al1d11': ''. Isaiah Dubose passed Worthington Saturd
Freeman i ly.
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Crosby 11111'1.Thom,,
parents, Mr! and. :Mrs. S. T. Starling, Highland Saturday.Ellis Karnev: Bryant .Frank Starling, Joe",, I A cur load of sweet potatoes was through Five :Mile one day last w'>rk. :I| Bnnkley (Hayes( visited. his parents

Sundiv: i Starling was visiting in this Bryant Arthur and '' Chipped from here Thursday to St Tin';v' report high vvnt.r un'the road here Friday und( Saturday.The .
S. II. Thompson attended church nt I "rtioii :Satm'day evening/ Mr..1. Underhill Russell :McRne,, Louis b> the owners :Mr II B Ship- they traveled!. I entertainment to be given here
and family Mr.Cliiud : .
New Hope Sunday. Wilbur Parish' was" among the visitors Underhill and bud paying one (dollar per bushel for Ivy Thoni visited !Lake Butler on wens postponed on account of one of

I. L Johns, of Jacksonville, spent to Highland Saturday afternoonE Underhill, Jimmie family, Charlie them Wednesday.Lnnn i the pupils being sick.
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Sunday with his family. r:. S. Starling was ttansiutmg busnc's Storlmg.IIIGIII : Thomas has from
-- :Mr.[ and Hrs. Howell, of Jacksonville e retmnel a : Harley: Andreu visited his sister,
;Mrs W II. !Norman returned, to her in Highland, Saturday isit to nrfativc's IViU-n.!
\\ nHighland. parsed through here Friday en in I i :Mrs. C. H. Nevvfcom, of Pine Hill, Sat
home in .1.u'I ksnmille last week, after "..1"011 I'les-mtt spent Saturday undSundiy . route to Alachua.Cheslcv Mis. :Mac Wilson i M vl..itinIr.: and urday.

spending sevenil clays here with lolntives. with honiefolks in this com- : ( 1'ogg made business trip :Irs B .1. Thomas this week. Misses: Eva Ellen
Mir Jl:! -Mrs. I' I). Ling/ a I'I and Georgia Edwards -
i nunity. went to Jacksonville Wednesday\ for t" (Gainesville; Saturday. Mrs :'Ilattit" Dravvdy! visited. her son, : and ;Miss[ Ruby Parrish were
Mrs. James I'.rovumtg and children Rev. I.. ;M Mosloy; of Jacksonville, days'isit with her I'iilterrrll.: aI'ouple '' John Eddy, of Louise, made a bus!. :th-tt Uniwdy, om day last week.It I I guests' of Blanche Andreu Sunday af

were visitors to Lawtcy Sundiy.. : filled, his regular appointment nt II. I'. (itaml ness trill| hero Saturday. is fish or d,tih in .Fire ;Mile now ternoon.

!Mrs I R. II. Green und children, of Highland ihuuh Saturday nnd Sun- F. I II) I bang made a business trip to Lacy Reynolds, of New River, was -takeyour choice, either is. hard I I Word has been received here that
Jacksonville, are here visiting 1'1'111th..s. | .'.IV, :'.Maxwll hire Saturday business. work.
Wednesday.W. on I I Ray Newsom, who is stationed nt
L.1.; Cjnter wus visiting friends, M.\ Limberly spent Wednesday, Little Roy Robc-i, Jr., was here ;Messrs., T. .I. and W..1. Dcklc, of ;Newport !News, Vn, will soon be home
Mi, and Airs J S. Norman me, the ill this community Sunday. in J.uksonville.' I Saturday, guest of his grandparents, I Lake Butler, visited their brother, p.1 I with his fi'lends.

n proud, patents of a line boy, born on :Miss Carrie Starling was the guestf :Miss. Irene Wilkinson n'lI'n",1
lt M.mli 1 Ilth.I : :Mr. nnd :\11's.V, .\. Starling, Sunday her home from Starko Tuesday, after I ; J. 11). Jones and Lucian B. I'I Gainey; and family visited his Eva, attended the funernl of :Mrs A.
t'i A. (Green; was n business visitor toRaifoid I Johns of sister: ;Mrs. P. O. Dukes one day lustweek.
1 pending several days there with rt"h- ,Hampton, were pleasant visitors : B. Surrency, nt Dednn, Thursday
Saturday Meshis.: C. B and F S Starling
I : t tives. : here Sunday. C. H. Newsom and W. ;M. Andreu
J 1 I. W Nichols of I Knfonl, was the W"I''isiUult friends in our burg on Mr\ and, ;Mrs Babe Johns visited
L. C.
: I Smith filled his
Mrs." II. C. Wimberly and, children regular appointment were out fishing one night last week.

1 t guest of--S...:!: Thompson!.I. -- ---Sunday.t : Sunday.__n __. ._ _____ i, 1111,1, ;Miss( i Ethel Ricks wore visitors to nt White Springs Saturdayand :Mri. Johns' mother, :Mrs Mollie Par- i I Their luck was two large cats..
1 Jacksonville Thursday.Miss l Sunday. i ish last :Mond.ivMrs. The farmers are taking advantageof

:\1II.U.lt: iminovHampton : Ailoen Reynolds, of Starke, i' R W Siirrvniy and little granddaughter : :Martha Touchstone, who has. I: the warm sunshiny weather/ to put

:Miller Mar; :21.--Rev.! M. A. Wood- Mar: 21.-Mrs.: M 7.. Sul- was the week-end guest of Miss: Snetii / Aileen Surrency, spent Sunday been quite sick for several days, is !, the seed in the ground.
!
'h( :Morcer.Rev. II Hiookor much improved at this writing Arthur Edwards and
with sister Miss
aol, of !Dukes preached his in relatives. ,
regulari : lvnl1: of Iheressa, has been spendingi
1 I,, :\ of I.. G. Johnson was a I business visitor i Georgia attended, the funeral of
sermon at the. Tree Will Baptist few days with her mother, :Mrs Josephine Moseley, .J'\l'k' :Mrs II. F. Price' and, daughter, Alma { I Mrs.
filled his OI1\'ille'l to vorthington one day last wel'k.Irs. I A. B. Dedan
regular Surrency at
church here Sunda"to u large and apeprecintivr Sullivan. i monthly I were in Hampton Sunday visiting Thursday.
"ment here SntnHty! nail :\ P. P. Iekle and sons, Oren, .-
congregation E:. B. ,\1111 rl'u. of Jacksonville, wns relatives.
I Kirke Julian
:Mr and visited in Lake But-
and Mrs Walter Butler H.\U'OIU1
I Wilbur Brown was n business visitor in our town Friday., I Jacksonville of W McGuire: of Palatka, filled his ler Friday
are visiting :Mrs. But-
I i Mr.Worthington. one day past. 1.I1 Wednesday evening ninny merry er's par'nts.11':\ and l :Mrs R. D Preset regular appointment here Saturday Messrs. James and Leslie Ward and Raiford. :Mar. 21.-Sheriff Epper
and :Mrs J M Mutt: of Lnko voices were heard on the campus in and Sunday.Mrs. .
Bull'r'i ih'" the hitter's I t. James Thompson, Worthington, son and :Mr. Hai den, of Starke, were
parents front of the Hampton school building:
Horace : Dewey Strickland and sister, were business visitors here last week. visitors town
:Mr and :Mrs. Koland Thomas, Sunday The squawking of chickens! were heard Starling was a business" visItor in Tuesday.Miss .
Tomm (hnncr)', of hake Butler in different directions Inter' the to Jacksonville Saturday. Hattie of Hampton, were pleasant P. I. Blume spent Sunday with P. Lulu Jean Wacter, of Jacksonville .

attended. church here Sunday noise ceased! Pleasant conversatlonaI ;Mr and :Mrs F M. Crews were attending visitors here Saturday. P. Dekle. spent Sunday here, quest of

II C. IVeples made< a business. trip were carried on bv the young people II : to dullness'' in Starke Satur- Mrs Price has returned to her homein :Mrs. J. S. Green was called to Jacksonville :Mrs. S. W. Smith.

to Dukes oneday< last work.Dr. mil the chicken pilau was enjoyed.Prof. .. lay Live Oak after a week's visit here !' Tuesday to the bedside! of her N. T. Ritch nnd little granddaughter

(Cart-foot, of Worthington, made R A. Green is attending the Messrs: It. F Chunl'e1., ., F Johns. with her son, II. F. Price. son, who is very sick.Ve hope he Vivirette. of Starke, were in
.I, II. Taylor and I Riley Johns will soon recover. town Sunday afternoon.
a professional visit here List: weekRoy convention of states chool officers werevisitors
I to Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. TIiERESSATheressn : : :Misses Pearl Roberts and Bendi Miss Lora Anderson
( I.angford. was in lake Butler which is being held at Tallahassee this has returned
Saturday on business. .voek. Brewer, of High Springs, was Green spent Sunday afternoon with home, after having finished a very

Mr mind Mrs. :M. L. Collins of Bland the: guest of L. :M Brewton and fame Mar. 21.-No news items Miss Norm Dekle. successful term of school at Brooker.
:Mrs F. A. Scott, of Stnrlie. was a last week the :Misses Johnnie and Truman Rimes
ily
were in this community Sunday: Sunday.Messrs. as correspondent was Mrs. John Ritch and son and daughter
f A. E.: !Miller, of ValdosU. Ga visited Scott visitor to Hampton Friday Mrs. Lindsey Osteen and Leslie laid up for repairs. visited their uncle, P. P. Dekle, Mon: of Sapp, were visitors here Sunday -

... at the home of his brother, II. S. is planning to do some reconstructinn Grime[ spent Sunday with relatives atIaxville. Rev. N. T. King, of New River, filled day. afternoon.

Miller! last week He was on his way her service work in rR.tror.ll'ounty and :\ .. his regular appointment at the Ivy Thomas has returned from a J. C. Jonea, of Perry, spent theweekend
home after a visit in South Florida. lire much appreciated.Hope ) :Mrs Ii. C. Wimberly. Miss Winnifrpd Baptist church here Saturday and visit with relatives in Palatka. here with wife and
Hall .is. proceeding on its mission and Master Sunday. W, O. Roberts called P. baby.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brooks of Billy Wimberly spent on P. Del le Chcsleigh Smith who has only .
Providence, attended.. church here Saturday of mercyCapt and :Mrs. F. II. Friday and Saturday with friends at S. B. Woodard was a business visitor :Sunday.Mr.,; returned from France recently
I and Sunday. Disler assumed" ,, control of the hull Bronson. to Starke Monday.Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gainey and Mrs. i a furlough Is homeon

Marion Waters made a short fishing loss'' than two months ago. It is plain : and Mrs. C A. Youngblood were Amanda Gainey visited Mr. and Mrs! Ben Merritt:
spent Sunday
to observers that new life and new 0RIIM visitors to Hampton last Fred McKnight Sunday. here at
: trip to llaklo's millpond Saturday af one day the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ternoon. He caught three-two got and higher morals have been infused week.J. :Mrs Pearl Green is visiting her George Anderllon. -

j I away und he lost one. into thepins of this institute. under Graham, :Mar. 21.-Mr. and Mrs. W. Batten ha* installed a grtat parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Cason. J. II Ritch of

l Mrs. Sinegal Holder, daughter of their capable and, humane manage Ddoll\ Abernathy made a business trip mill and one for grinding the corn cob Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Blume were attending the wePk-end here Jacksonville spent

e \ Mr. and, Mrs. II. C. Peeples loft Wednesday ment. Captain Disler reports most to StarkI.lonlay.: and all into feed for stock. He i is going to business in Dukes Monday. Cheslt'igh with his family.

to join her husband who is located satisfactory progress in all departments ) :Mr and Mrs: Riley Wa
in the Panama Canal zone lie and being mien of enterpriseand :'n Starke :Monday on business. Saturday. It will be a big accvimo- from a two weeks visit with relatives Miss Lucy afternoon

has been there for some time, working constructive energy Hope Hall: Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pmholnter, Jr., elation to the farmers of this section in Baker county. to her bed] Perry has been confined
i in the postal service will respond to tho touch of his genius and Mrs. Talon Colson, :Messrs{ A. A Blanton Owdey was a visitor to for the past few days uf.
I and its continued expansion and usefulness dozen and John Groover were here Starke Monday. BRADFORD WehonT'to revisita.n of the flu.'
O. L !Mizell Dukes
of was in this
t Is an assured fact Monday. Miss Daisy Moore, of Starke, epen'the see her out again.
community on business Saturday afternoon Mr.
At Hope Hall on March 10th, a tree Math Wasdin, of Columbia, S. C., week-end here with her parent Bradford, Mar. 21.-Mabry, and Mrs. Jos. Wilson, of Starke
was planted and dedicated to Mrs. la here on a furlough, visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. was carried to Jacksonville Sunday were visitors In town Monday

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Douglass have Maud Ealhhgton Booth, wbI.\ i is the Mr. and Mn. H. D. W din.Ouggar Mrs. B. Hagan and children, of morning to be operated on for Mr Van Swearingen, 0' Jacksonville -

moved to Ellenton. leading light and guiding star of prison Jones, of Gainesville, was Valdosta Ga., spent a few days here dicitis. appen- and Dr. Cox were guests of Sen-

Marion Waters wa visiting friendsat reform throughout the expanse of 'I visitor here Monday evening;. last week with relative S. C. Andreu was in Brooker Saturday ator Blitch the past week-end. '

New River Sunday afternoon. :I this: country. At the planting of this Henry Ward, of Sampson City, was Mrs. E. A. Gaines, of Tampa, i II on business.J. Messrs. Paul and Jo* CMWT., of

Mrs. T. S. Langford and son, Roy,) tree: several appropriate musical num. here Monday on business. visiting her parent Mr, and Mri. G. V. Edwards was attending to bus. Monday Starke, Were business visitors here



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