Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 4, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04701
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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IN; BRADFORD ROADS: I 'C itrrniNsWns : : ; I-'IW\I"I:. I-- ir.MIL 'llli I l': I IliM' OK I ;MAY "'
Raiford April 4.-Mr. and :Mrs. .7. ,1. II .MID ROADS ASSURED: + I ) ( Butler t! April I.-Tom Dukes, I 1

The Telegraph is in receipt of a 1 letter l f::. Wilson of Starke, were visitors in i 6. \\oiindcd in (be Big I llriil1 St. of I'lvu :Milevns a caller to Lake Governor: Cattx has grunted) thi. collectors ,il'' j
and\ clipping from B. Lilienblum town Tuesday. XsDistricts :3, .I and I B of Brud-.\
of Gainesville, who is a good ronds W. :M. Whitten received a mPIIsaA'elIol1llay > ford county are assured of brick *> I ; Sprinkle rctinnod to Jackson- thirty days) in closing their tax books \ ,
enthusiast und more so when the material from his son, Dr. B. I. \Yhit.t ,. highways. 75 percent of the freeholders <{> I lieutenant I Henry Clinton Richard Mile' Monday! morning:, after severalelajs ,I iniisniiich, us Jho recent heavy rains C :\
used is b1' !'k. He says, "I have (>n, stilting that he had landed in New .. showing their desire for <$> reached home Sunday on leave of nh- I visit. with his brother. 11. Y. hat e \put things backward, to such I
been working here in Gainesville: for York. a better ronds by signing the pelitions. sent after, a service; ofI year with Sjirlnkle.; I grout extent.' Tho books wore to be u

bride roads, all by myself, have been News reached here Mcindav of tho *' This is the average for *' t he' American uimv on t the great bat- I ( 'hail ii' Sawigo spent ntIJI..IInnJ ol'iird, on rim! first of April, but will
writing ami arguing and making n death of1: 1 iM" :Mamie Kcddish: nt St. *' the throe districts, several towns .% Holds. df F.uropo; His service vvn. Sunday with hm family.Auron I reninin open now until May 1st.
general nuisance of myself hut if Cuthni moV) h''l1ital. Jacksonville! nail communities running ns. high k 1'1. Company! "n." i1!lst ,regiment of Bniloy i i.. nt homo for a fewi.lJS. I .. --. .._
there should, be n road. election hero body was lir-utrh'' t i I a"tc \' nnd, f'onT .' as |)0() per ",'nt. Owing to tho ,* fan I !ry. ::Sth ii iv I.'it.n. Thu i roi'imontns ; I . 1ST:,VMiU; : (1IAKLF.S\ : WARD
today the brkk roads would win out there ,.8I't'lt',' tI" tb' Halmotcvy( : for' ; luck e-f space in this week's. issue IInlOlIlth, ,' early (contingents togo I Percy Riveii I I is V I'm it lug honi,'fm)I k s .

easily." | interment Tuesday morning.! fuitht-r particulars had, to ,go: ovtr .* to France and saw a great deal! of this wei-k. Percy in working at High Tho many friends m this city will
Mr. I Harrison of Bushncll is visitim until next week. hard s'ern' >>, For several months they
Aim him cOllnt .s ,
highways arc I rogre" 1'1 t I to h'II'"a of t the) ,death" of RiiimorI :
his fri\'ll I. 11. 1) Kelly.Messrs. *. It understood! that Districts. ljl were t-talionod, in the Voxgos :Mountnins Mr. and :Mrs., I". ,
built from what I is known as Rand- '? < is I II. Prioster opened 1 I Charles. t tho I "14nm mm tlmm-olml! son of :Mr.nnd "
N. T. Hitch and Jos K.Wilson. i .' 1 and 2 are working' on petitions t I iMigngod I in t trench ten m I'Cn 1'0. t their te'iiutiful homo\ to tho Senior
clay, n material that has not given l :\.I 11'I' I I, .'t. \Vaid of :L'Oll 1 9 Spearm l
satisfaction where tried. This c.f tlll'kt.'I'e visitors In'' ,. for hard roads, and that they w ill .,> They occupied threo sectors" in t thi, I .t'ngue together with u number. oft I 'r si"loot, which occurred\ at nn eurly "I'I '
form of road building has been defined town Wednesday in the interest of the} .' also go over the top.! '* mountain t 1 in uge. Later t t hey werotiansfeiicd t tbe-ir i! friends) I"ridmy uve-iung. 1t1(iiygnomes limn-, yesterday 11111l'n ing'. The body
brick roads.J. ," t to the sceneof t the big t f
by the federal goveinmont as a wasteof I wore idayeel, after i which cream w.-is i l I Hums
money and no federal aid will be Hampton Jones returned, to Cal- : a CC C ..,_. .. . .., . ,. lighting, and took part in t tho St. :Miluel I- and. cake.wero ,ervoel. Theme' priHontonjojod ;,p iv (.l1lnpl Pl'Pa>l.II l'l'mLzul.I, nnd 1 :accompanied shipment hy I by the :":, I,I
lahan : --- L .---- dri\c'I where the American t troops I'
allowed 1 in the future on such high Thursday after spending a few I I I Ihomsc'"'t's, di-claiing I ;llI'K.I l I'I'I'II\'l'd family\ was forwarded last
ways. I days here with friends. I CI\IC( CLUB Ur.CKP'IlON: : : ; won lasting t fame1 for thomsolvos.! In I I 1'rn-nter a rliaiming I host i'ss..l I night' to I.lIh.Jllt'r\ (Funeral' servlioiwill '
The I this aitnm t on :September; l.;>th. Liou- I :\.l imsm'irgie. TlioinaM, of ;Mdli-r 1 istb
clipping referred to was pub- I Hev un.1Irs.: Summers spe'nt several Im held' this II afternoon and the
!li i heil in the Gainesville" Sen, headed days here Very pleasantly visiting At the homo of :\11'''. ,\. '.. Adkins) t..nllntil'l1ul',1\ had both of his bands I t guest of her I'Ii i>.h'r.Irl.: l John interment will l"e in t the family ('{'rno'I\
"Mr. Lilienblum Writes a Letter in I friends on Walnut street Friday afternoon .slightly wounded! by siapnel but continued tciy.-Sunday Times-Union.

December 11U8: jumping ahead ten Tate P. Denmark home Fri. the Civic Club entertained. ill honor of on duty I until the following dawbfn > I Annie I Howard. spent Sunday with -- T .-- ----- :
and came :Mrs. Edgar Lewis of Fort Pierce he was' gassed. Ho went to the ht-r patents' t at ;.Miller 1
years forecasting the probable day evening having been furloughed I Illtnt; TRIBUTE: TO( :MISS SWRAT
results of the road building in Bradford | for three months. ', president of the Florida Federation of emergency hospital, thinking, his injury Anna 11<..11I't''pll'l and Carrie. Hollo I ''t
Marion and Aluchua counties. It I i Women's Clubs, and !Mrs. J, W. :Mc was only slight and :expecting" Brown spoilt the wvt'k-cml with liomo The following tribute to former <
There were union services here Sunday Collum of Gainesville: vice presidentof return immediately to is a well written article, interesting, 'I I Sturko woman is taken from "Vic-
and that we know his predictions concerning Rev. Wells filling his regular appointment I the second section of the Federa surgeons took a different view of the Mae Similar, of Providonco, was in I II tory's Voice" the official! bulletin\ issued -
in the morning, and Presiding situation and sent him back to the
town Friday afternoon.Bart .
this county will come true tion.The I by the Liberty Loan Committeeof
goes without saying.B. able Elder Jenkins delivering a very I rooms of the lower floor of this base hospital for treatment That his I Stevens has r'turlle.jlfll'r. n the Atlanta Federal Reserve District
sermon at the Methodist church. escape. from death was a narrow one wet-k's Lulu.
Lilienblum Writes Letter in De beautiful home were beautifully decorated stay near : '
cember. 1928.a N. T. Ritch Sheriff Epperson A. V. with roses wisteria and other is shown by the fact that he has been M lr. and Mrs. John Mann and baby "Again we present a h'roin-l\IiR" ,
,'" Long and Col. A. S. Crews were visitors early spring flowers and Mrs. Adkins retained in the hospital from that I are guests of !Mrs I D. F. Floyd.Mrs. l. 1 1I r Sarah E Sweat of Inverness Fin., "
"Now that this road election is
over here afternoon. day until the time. At the '
I Thursday
the charming hostess delightfully entertained I I Tom Croft was in town chairman of the Woman's Liberty :
and we are assured of good brick A. D. Andrews was a visitor to the large number of guests. end of his leave of absence he is to return day morning enroute to Lake (' Tiles-I Lonn Committee of Citrus county. "
roads in Alachua county we can all I Lake Butler Friday afternoon. to the !base hospital at Ft. Mc- :I Jos. Wilson and wife, of "
look back ten to 1918 and Mrs. J. D. Randall of Lawtey and ;\1 iS8 Sweat is one of the energeticwiimen i'
years, wonder rh"r"on.tluntll Ga.: He still suffers ' I
: what a difference a few years will Dr. Homer, of Green: Cove Springs, ;Mrs. II. McCrenry: of Gainesville, I moteiM-d ever to Lako. Kutler , I of tho Floi' organisation.Sho \ 1...
from und excessive
make. was a visitor in town Thursday and were among the number of out of R heavy cough I'M: 1 Croft, of 1.11111I'll" in town on doesn't. know what It moans to "
, I hoarseness and has regained
"Ten after the Friday\ of last week.F. town guests. not yet Tuesday. i quit \\ III'n the call to duty comes. She "
years ago
hm trcngth hut tho in a
I' : improvement Arthur .! .
ending of the great world war Alal'hI I G. Schelle was in town on business I :Mrs. R. A. Weeks. ,president of the Ins condition.I has been, ,stoady anil I he BKJI WHS, m teiwn Tuesdayaftfriiinin. has a record for achievement in bond .L If'
ua county spent $500,001); ( on sand-clay Saturday morning. Civic Club presided, over the mooting eampnigns."In Y:
I I hopes soon I to l ht v discharged I (iota the "
;Mabel> ISroun' is (lie ,: of :.Mrs.lohn .
roads A few later and. introduced :Mrs. Lewis J tim,' Fourth r t.lhorfv Loan :
years she spent A very Tison and Sidney Futch were I an.111': < army.Before. I I ;Met. this i week" I I her
another $.';(1).000. and where are we visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.' I :McCollum who each made interest I iviuiit.v'fi t <|iiiitn' was Sl'tnoi$: Tho woman's
today ? We are wallowing up to our i i Sheriff in talks :?'III" .. :McCollum spoke along being, removed, fiom. 1I.tlv.1hlt Lake I liiitloi! was' saililonod* au'ainwhen coimmtloo i i under t t tho diioction l i of j'f.'
I Ibusiness
Hpperson was town ..
on by th.lll. wound LieutenantRuhurd i .
ne-\vs iciiclic'd I luntlint I t :Mr.V"il\
ne"k in mud during every rainy spell. the line of the laws regarding child / I II Mi-s Sweat, sold, $.*!iOIH) of hondi!
Saturday( afternoon. hail I a full I I Khare of the t '' "'dlillrnlllu,1 elic-d Ins
, Automobile travel is wel' fate that the Florida! IVdernt, ey nt near Tinmen's j
. a torture and I ion "" !!lIlIi1.nlilll1"OIl.l t I I not lfoej ',
!Mr. and ;Mrs.' Kury (;unt'r. of .lac'' I mcr nnd ,dangerous, '.exnerioneos... (hafell \\'imlt hinltt..n, Springs. ;Mr Willuimx
every few miles find a machine stalled !\- hope to get the legislature! I'nll.t.nlso paio with the 'ten muon in this county, :,:j
sonille, spent the week-ond here with !' tct the lot of oui olit'I''h"! was among llradford'.s. best citizens' ,
and hopeles .J Iv hogged down If laws relative to women t though I it rolled up a good xiibMcriu- :
his father town. I'sp..eIIT-1 ti'uchcvl t the lighting I finn, I Besides. I In'i j.
it_ wasn't fdr the airplane we would near ly unfortunate vvonion She m unr an honest upright I lift"m lit'fete, tion nNo, i:
have to stat home must of the time. :Miss I.oca/ .lohnaon of Lawtey ir41 t'd l that the Bradford omintv women : tho wound1for whu-h< be- was men moil, I lie-I will I I I bo greatly t ini.ssed. "Mls-c; Sweat expects to repeat in J
lent the week-end, here with her ti"I''d I in general, I orders, anil.I ,iivonw :Mr. and Mrs.! Walter I llansetl will .
aunt ;
'Ii t, "It I: has taken us ten' long I years I lo take an active interest in the wel-j i I tho Victory I Liberty Loan campaign."
learn to lik.oI our e ,iid ..trip01' chorons.. hc had I his l lI lia\c- rooms with ;''mI rs. Sceber. King\ -- -. --- -- ',,11'

no" also about th<*snme time to fin I of Lawtey. Into prison. :\11'''. Lewis .spoke in lo-j I ollat ornament t: shot away' and 1 bis in.A I rig ti cI'e .Thui-Hcltiy. \ Till: SCHOOLIIDIIOKIUM( ( ; ";
out that the chcnnORt and only road I Iii Mrs. Cleveland Browning, of Jacksonville i-nrd, to what; the war had done! for tho I helmet shows S"\1'1I1((! bitllot dents. On Tlio many fiionds. of ;Mr. a a..) Mrs' !'1
t the dny he was gassed, he and l n partyof II. Blaku) ate )lOflHc'lI, tit learn I that "Norm; A ',
n brick ron'VI'\ did find out that spent a few days last weekwith clubs and women in general: ; referred IVstlble. t t
therewas no possible chance to tak'u her parents Mr. und :Mrs Gun- I to the stand that tho club women had1' the men composing. his platoon I hey ari-c
euro of the sand-clay 1'fal" for the tor taken nnd! the many culls the govern-i;, were under the deadly lire of a German agnin.; I Iho following i program" will i I I bo. givon -

, von Dimple reason that all the repairing -- mont bud! made on them, and the tintilo! sharpuliooter. Seveinl of the Quito a number of young pe.'i)plo at I tho. auditorium i i t t tonight local iJ\\
hud to be done at the same time. i' \PTIST ('lIt'UCIISpeeial I way in which I they had mc-t' these enll-i! i men wero brought down by t this sniperbefoie \\''('t't' di-lightfully t I enlortuinod I i I ut t Ihobonic tnlpnt taking pint throughout: !
I'I he was located t but I LieutenantRirluml I of. ;Mr. T. .1. I it-Mo) Saluiday
It; would take ten thousand men to Chorus .Mist Lot Us Sing" of Lovo"
I II During the social hour. :Miss Louise
I' 1:; / I finally I I got his number and night. !II \ Jj
keep sand-clay roads in condition in lI'g1'Uflt0 begin at 11:30': .H"w""nt.. .... ... .tnncr..... -s.1.... .\.1.u&.. ... .n.. C'" ..T......"....... lly ICvorvbodv.: \
I tumbled) him out of his (tree with a I Aithur Brannen and, wife visited.) Li/o. !
Alii'diua county because in dry weather Sunday morning, auspices Sundayschool and :Mrs. E. K. Ferryman rendered I nn Jann I )lln.1'Indt.: : .
shot from one of Uncle Sum's good :Mr.I and Mrs.! I Hob ( in-en Monday IIf.I Soli. .'
there is no need of repairing and I : instrumental duo. Mrs. W, 11. Graham : I I "Rose of No !Man's Land -A ) .
the rain does not seem to be accommodating I Song, "Battle Hymn of the Renub- pn'I'idl',1'er the punch bowl and rifloK. I teiTiooil.. Noted Sill ..r. .4"
enough to ruin only one section lie." a delicious! ice course was served by Tho great St. :Mihiel drive was'of I Henry/ Varnos, of Julinstown, tvasgreeting 1 ltmetIce Cream Jim tutu Southern ; ),

of the road at a time. I Opening Address. :Memlnmes. B. Harvard. Jos E. Wilson course made) ifp of thousands, of smaller friends in town Saturday. Pines, ,
"It is a great pleasure to spend Exercises: by Beginners and Pri- I and I I.. A. Davis. 1 a.tion8-a combination of everyofTicor I I Cbailio Kivors I and wife-I U'l'Ill Jut- Solo "I Iiivm' -1milo"-l\IislI: Sl'rlll'I
hundreds of thousands of dollars piling maries. and l man doing i his part-. and nie-d.I l by \I lId rid I Kohe-rtx spc-nt Sn,mm,- py Hnmilt ,t-i! '
up sand and, clay and then watchit Songs and \Exercises' by Junior De I At this meeting eight new members the citizens of Lieutenant Richard's I clay with :Mr. and Mm. T, 1 II. RIIIIOH I Duet) -:Mr. Cupid I Hamilton arid, Itr
wore added to the roll. The Civ-
while it is being washed into a ditchin partment. home1 town and county will fool a of :Miller. i Miss Scrubby Harris.
a few rainy nights But we should Emblematic Exercises-rntermedi- !i. Club will hold its next regular pride in knowing that he did his part !Rt-v.: K S I Proctor Ill It'd) his appointment I)Panco 1\1 r. Southern PinoH.Itaik .
worry! We just issued another half meeting\ the 9th inst, at the homeor so well as to call forth the unqimahiflemlcomnienmlatlon nt the State I.'urm Sunday. Town Strutters liall-every- ,
,, .' .. ate.Mixed :Mrs. R A. \"l'ekK.11': '', Chas. H. i Kdgur: Miller and wife- ,
n million; ,''olI!! < r'h) r,f !bnds and : Quartette of bus overto body Again. ,
", -v '! th' 'lull Ui,':i. on the loud. Missionary Address. Abernathy has kindly consented t'lIIdlr..s ti('1'r. In his service 'nmnu1I1linn01"1 tin State )Farm Sunday afternoon. 1 AdntiHHion, I 1.1 and 'J5: cents "
"If any of our country tax payers General Offering for missions.At the Club on C this occasion. commanding officer of Company "G": They were accompanied home by Key. -- -- --

begin to get restless: and demand some this service the final returns of made/ the following notation: "Whilecommanding Proctor. TAG D\Y 'I
thing for their money, we will\ take a'I' the emergency offering for missionswill HIGHLAND; a platoon of "G": Company Willurd, Parker/ of New River, spent I i ;

trip through the woods in our auto- I be reported. 1st Infantry, Lieutenant Richard Sunday with his family. :Mrs. A, II. Freeman acted, as chairman -
mobile and explain to them! that they ) The preaching service will\ be com Highland. April I.-E: Wilkinson showed great'presence of mind The many friends of W. C. Townsend :: for the W. C. T. U. tag day, and ,

just don't know what Is good, for them |I bined. All are urged to bring in their made a business trip to Lawtey Tues t and devotion to duty in organizing a are glad to see him up and out collected $<38.25 for child! welfare) to
and point out the large road repair' contributions not yet paid to the mis day. ,I position on the Grande; Fountuinc again after a seVere illness of days. I I'bo used l in I this! country nnd foreign \

bills in every commissioner's district, I sions' solicitors. Paul V. Owens of Ijiwtey visited! Ridge, St. Mihiol sector, September II. I.. Sprinkle is homo for a few ,J Imlnys. i lands. Under Mrs. Freeman's directions -
whirh ought to satisfy them. At night come to the service of the friends here Wednesday 10, lis.! the children gave a little impromptu .
"We are years behind any other young people at 7:30: and evening jK. j' It was known that Lieutenant Richard !Mrs. P. P. Dekle! and, nun, Julian of : entertainment on the street ',.'
service : D. Prescott and Miss Jennie i Five Mile, Hiient Saturday ill town the in front of the Bradford Bank
county in Florida about roads and preaching at RJO.BLANCHARD: !( had arrived) in the United States County
many millions\ of dollars have been I D. LAW Prose'ott visited relatives at Lawtoy but it was not generally known that guest of Ki'V. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor. where they rendered, victrola music

lost to Alachua county during the last ---. Tuesday. : ho would!.! reach home Sunday after- I' Arch Proctor visited Happ, | Tuesday. re-citations' and 1 songs to the passing; i

ten vcars. W. C. T. U. JUBILEE Master Billy Wimberly left for his noon. A large party of those of hill Ancil Pairish and wife, of FiveI! lie public. !
"The world's wealth is not dug out I friends! who had hoard of his! coming weio callers to Luke! Butler !Monday. --- ---- ----.- .-
of mines or produced, in factories hut Last Sunday evening at the Bapti I homo at Madison Thursday nccom- worn lit.. thn fttntinn tn wnli>*tnm him Clydu Parker spent Sunday and week. .
is plowed out of the ground by farm church, the local Woman's Christian I pen led) by his cou"in.Iiss: Winifred :i home;, -All -classes;-;; "of citizens i ;: "rocog-:; Tuesday with his, parent, Mr. und J. II. Scarborough and,\ family attended -

ers. This is a fart that cannot bo disputed I Temperance Union rendered a splendid Wimberly who will visit there for ni/.e in his! M"rvi'p the highest typo 'If ;Mrs. Willard, Purkt-r. ( 1 the wedding if !Miss! Alderman,
by an 'body. program of orchestra music songt I a few weeks.' i I elf-iiirifiei') nnd\ patriotism and th. !Miss Juno Bicllmg\ /and brothc-r, daughter' / of :\1\ r. nnd Mrs. Rownnd, Alderman i '

"There is, for illustration Bradford recitations 'and dialogues. About one Th friends of Owen \V. Mnrr I[ prui" ,o that is accorded him on all I I Frl-d. iiiMNc-d through I ,uk.. Butler on 11 f I Lulu Sunday afternoon. ".I'
and Marion counties, By clear\ thinking j hundred children and grown poop! many : hands. is spontaneous and whole- Wodncaduy. Hen I Duke' and.) son. I Dowoy of Five ':
and foresight, they have had permanent -i took part in this very interesting Na. will be glad\ to learn that he arrived 1"'nrtI :Mi'H. Hen Levert-tt, of Worthmgtori Mile, ilrovo to town Tuesday mnrnin .f ,'
I tional Prohobition Jubilee. safely from overseas Tuelday.Ir: was a taller in town last wock.II. Willie !Mae Johnson, entertained n ?
brick roads for years, and l ------------- ---- -- I ,
what is the result! ? | Every number was well rendorol, :Marr is with the 17th. Rv. Engine-or: \ ,I %%'.tR IUi.lCS:I I I. C. Pe-eple-s, cjf I'ukfH, was in our ruirnhor of her friends! at her home ';,"\
"They have attracted hnrd-worktng I and the exceedingly large audience who were among the ,first of our - I town ;Monday.Messrs. Saturday. afternoon in honor of her
Northern farmers to settle and, work greatly appreciated the entire \'ntel'I forces to be, sent across. '', There is an interesting .display' of.;. Set,be Dukes, Theo Pmkston birthday., :Many games: were played .
and produce wealth und help to pay I tainment. For the success of the :Mrs. H. C. Wimborly and Miss Win- 'I' war relics at the Bank of Starko.mong | und .1. S. Howard of flukes we-ro vixitors and! de-lioious' refreshments were served -

their taxes. I owning, much credit is due to Mrs. 1-'. ifred Wimberly were visitors' to .Jnek. ,\ them la tho helmet, and gasmask i tw I Luke Butler Mund.iy. ; '
"Everybody who owns an acre or I ,'\. Scott, president of the local! union "onville Tuesday. | worn by Lieutenant 11. C. m. iMelvin Weeks! of Palestine was in '1.. II Rimes, of :Miller, was in town, .

two of land in those counties has seen | and :Miss Audrey Snellgrove managerof chant, who reached home a few days ', town :Monday Saturd.iy./ 1
Mr. and Mrs. I.. W. Wilkinson
I th? price of land double and tr(>hl.', the Loyal Temperance Legion. wero aeo after n vcnr of foreign uorvico. ', Iroil Uicli of PaloHtino.- was in I Herbert I'riester spent Sunday wi'h i iI
I The W. C. T. U. desires to thank all visitors to Starke Friday.< homefolki
and taxes J'fintdfvn instead: of going Th' '" ill also; a gasTinsk sont over town Monday. I
up because there arc more people -, those who took part in the entertainment Richard Lang visited friends at by Lieutenant. :M. Wainwright, who I Mr. Itluckvtedder' of near (Guilford; Albert Henderson i III visiting wife t

to pay the taxes while we here in or assisted in any way; ale Starke several days last week. i is still nn duty in FranceThose. are 'I was trading, in town :Monday. : ind rolntivws in town this week.
Alachua count are pavinir taxes not those who contributed to the collection .Wilkinson: went to :Mnxvillea a. Ih,. Arm-man exhibits l'rivlllc'm.. Wiltshire BroukH, of near )Providence Dowoy I'inholster: has returned, to
only on our pronerty that is prfIu"-j I which amounted to $:J2.15.: delegate to the Baptist Union Fri-j i Albert I Duboso. who is on duty" with I wad among the visitom to Lake hi;:' homo after several I days visit with ,

ing, but also on the them 'ends day and remained) until the final the army of (occupation in Germany; I: llutli :Mund.iy. frionds hero.. '
acres which we arc" unable to put to :!,1 i':lay roads and ns it is a troublesomo vice Sunday afternoon.A M..r-I has. contributed a Gorman; gus mask Henry Dowling, of near/ Itaiford, ), :Mrs. I D. I K. I'lovd, and daughter

work on account of insufficient man I I and seemingly unnecessary operation few strawberries moving from and a sample of tho bulli fire-el by I was in town ;Monday. Madio and 1 A'rllndIIIUlthtl'r, spent Sun-
power. for many people to do their own thinking here for the last two weeks hut the the Germans at our boys. This exhibit I i .Mr. and! :\Ir:<. MOMS Hewitt were in '"v, niijfht arid I Monday with :Mrs.
I therefore everybody( just took tho town shopping Saturday. FlovdVt rents, :Mr. and :Mrs. Jim
"Good farmers will settle only in acreage is very .small this year. Onlya includes what is said; to be one .
those sections where they can use day road proposition ns perfectly all I few of our farmers planted. ) any. I' of their poisoned bullets. I '1 he Senior! League\ wut' rntertanwl') Mnr-n. or Ginlford.:

trucks for hauling\ their produce instead I right not knowing! that the best men I Newton Sawders. of Lawtoy The exhibit is interesting ami 1 the at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. II. F. 1, :Miss Winnie Townsend, :Mrs. SinceI .
of submarines. in the world sometimes make mis visItor hero Sunday., was a public is invited, to 'all fit the bank' Fowler. I or, Mr I, 'm. \V. C Townsend, and ;Mm.[
"Th" first reason why we dinot\ takes. I and see1 it. The helmet worn by Lieutenant I I .Miss' Flora Glower of Sturko county Chri tine Townsend motored over to
get brick roads ten years ago was n 'The world sho' do move.' Twen. I Quite a number of Highlanders attended Richard shows. at least three '' demonstration agent, will moe-t Dul-os Tuesday afternnnn.
selfish reason You probably said with I., ty years ago we wanted laws passed the Union meeting at Max- very _distinct build marks. I'I with the Woman's Club in Luke Butler Mrs. Singer Is visiting In Gainesville :
many others 'Well if I can't get the to keep the 'devil-wagons' off the pub. ville Sunday. Among them were Mrs.F. --- Monday at 3 o'clock. Every: member thin week.
brick road right to my backyard I lic roads from scaring our horses and ; M. Crews, Misses Maggie and BRADFORD COL'.NTV:. Is urged to be present ut that Math Gniney: visited friends in Five
ain't going to vote for it." That was I mules but ten years later nearly everybody Leona Crews. Thelma. Lema and Mar- | Mile Tuesday.

moat excusable ten years ago becauseIt had their own Tin Lizzies, tha Griffis. Rosa Wilkinson Ella and Good old Bradford lit getting ready hour.Mrs.. Seeber King and Mrs. J. M. Mr. ant'! :Mrs. Sam Singer nnd) mother .
\! was a very selfish world those days; but were still building\ clay roads Rena Marr, Beth Wimberly and to submit to a vote of the peoplo the !Mann left Sunday for Ocala to attend motored over to Gainesville: Sun
furthermore we hadn't learned the ''whereas today we are gojng after Messrs. P. V. Owens Andrew and question of the issuance of bonds; to j I the Woodmen Circle convention in day. V
truth about '"Whoever helps others cowl in an aeroplane are building Wesley Wilkinson Gadson Griffis, the extent of "ix hundred thusanrll I I session there this week. I Casper Duncan spent Sunday at a;
helps himself most." brick roads! and Incidentally paying Andrew Crews George Wilkinson, D. dollars for building of sixty miles! of Mrs. J. E. Maine* and Mrs. II. J. home.
"The second reason we did not get interest and taxes on clay roads that L. Rigby and George Parker.F. brick roads. We feel sure the bond I Stewart left Tuesday morning for Fate Brown of Miller\ was: in town :

brick roads ten years ago was that a were washed away five years ago. I A. Mercer, representing C. E. will he authorized. Bradford I la a fin* Tampa where they will attend the Monday. U
( few of our very best and most successful "Yours truly Fuller Co., of Jacksonville was a county and Its people are endowed Grand Chapter of the Order of the Dock roberts of Worthington, was .(
business men Wet advocating I "B. LILIENBLUM." I visitor here Thursday. with good sense.-Gainesville Sun. I Eastern Star In session there thin In town Monday. '.


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toxs'l1uerICJcfl"ITY: WILL I'time to visit the battlefields! of Belirium ural-aId program it is also noted that I -f '"' : '--i
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SOON; UK ORDER OK TilE WAY 1 and but a very limited area of expenditure* for highway work in the I JANET'S BEAU I

France. lie did not see the havoc United: States this year are likely! tu J _..._ _ _ ,
Because the country did not instantaneously wrought l>y Germany; he did not ,. amount to a halt billion dollar "< rj "-- "' ' '

after! the armistice jump came, except on one brief trip at all j I more. On reports received fromtat.. Q 0 pay .o. Q 1 i By AUGUSTA LEWIS. h j

from war activities into an equal degree i in truth with the vileness and the I highway departments, the Bureau < .f: .
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of peace activity some people fnghtfulness (Ot Germany's criminality | Public I loads estimates the VJl'J! : expenditures :'. .
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f have been discouraged and disposed nor have we yet heard from Proj *- for roads and bridge .e ;jM; uyY Uant Ii"'" r S)) td1)u. ,
to complain of the slowness, as they j dent. Wilson any word to indicate $38i .OOO.000, or $110.000.000 'nu' -
view the mutter with which construction "! that he will concentrate his efforts than the average expenditures J.ilaiO ell, G. I I Id Ii.'ly Il "I!1'n. ju, Mippn-f' 11l" ash her to-
work has been I I upon making Germany bear the finan ana 1&17. ulnin.;: MaidU-r pq|> ",-.l up Laura from

The complaint is think coal. burden which now rests upon the An important effect of the law curtaining lit-i ." 111 near tile window..
fied. i people of America and our Allies. the new appropriation i is that ;Ai.i.dnoul. > laugh, d and answered :

concentrated its thought largely/ upon '' Shall we go on hampered as we arc it broadens the definition ofa rn.i: "::1111) 10,-. witli 1 the 5ua'l'kIhooung. 'I.;? Auut Jaoul'l

war. Its vast business mtcre-iti wvroto ,i by these enormous taxes, and shall post road, under which class away, ;."
a great extent centered upon war ,i our Allies have to carry their still had to qualify in order% to reo-i, \\ e both clamored' around her and

even for two year before we entered j I heavier burdens, or shall the load be ve the benefits of the Federal a.n I tiled: l I" it-am what: the surprise! was.r.ui :.

it, and almost wholly upon war after I(l shifted on to the nation of criminal act. \ 111:1h: ,- relutl I" tell U'4'e left
we became involved. The building of ,,'who Joyously entered upon the war Under the old act it was requir I the room ruttier I milkll) It was then

''i roads the construction of dwellings, for the express purpose of conquering that mail should actually be caivd: III/1111/ Ills [Imil:,' told, lilt ..Aunt .Itou't's l"lIu-
the establishment of new 'enterprise, ''and looting th world ? Germany' aggressive on the road or that there should )il", a t ,lit !1..1! =Siitinders, esi-iii-led ,her to tin-i-unrfs, :

the expansion of railroads! and kin war, long planned was for reasonable prospect that mail would, ,rb l, Tllednyiillced homeltli her.
dred work had! to be forgotten for I its own enrichment by compelling the: be carried on it within a short tall< ay in.n eliiinli on $Sunilii wad IKermlycin (

the time It was not possible! world to pay the full cost of. the war after improvement. The new act.1 i I.d lire urniiiiil with' lusts till' r'-
Ji ea noon DH the armistice was !signed to Germany and then adding an enormous the term 'rurnl poht ro-ui" o' tin t-eh with a lin'M 1 diiiniii.iut' air

for buHeicK-f men to jump from the indemnity to that. Secretary skull ho construed to ui< .m 1 Just as a man is judged in a ot cropi k-toi-Mlilp.

suspended war activities into great :'>McAduo speaking I officially as the any public road, a major portio: i "llii.s state of utralrs." .snld Lilli.. !).
peace work. It taken time to organize head of the Treasury Department and which is new used or can be u-., d. ,r { personal way by the company "tins bead yoiiiK mi ,lor about >IMIIyeur.s
plant for establishing new enterprises, evidently with the entire approval of forms A connecting link not to ex '< d t I mid yet 1 Kil hllollll''I' uski-f| Aunt
for the hit.--tural work for buildIng : President Wilson, repeatedly said a; 10 miles in length of any road -r U I he keeps, so is he judged in aI hair to 111111'1')' him.iiml the fumlly are
dwellings and other structures to he pleaded for bond subscriptions road now or hereafter used, fur th f "
business the banking 1-nUier' linpiitlt-iil.
by connection gel 51158
be done. It also takes a long time in that if Germany should win it would | transportation! of the United .-'t-itc' I ; I way I \\'1101IOO"U'
1 knew there were ui.ui.v'
I planning for new road w"rk. because require an indemnity! of at leaitt. $1W.-: mails, excluding every street an : r he makes. lutlons as to the "rei: '"ii for IJil's, altitude
/ must be I issued and sold and 000,000,000 from America or half of road in a place having a pop il.-i': touurd Aunt Janet' t but l.iur.r: .
contracts let aftfrr 1eVal advertising. our total wealth and yet we wore not has shown by the latest available 1 I- I I
A checking savings account \1.11111 uoanil l>t-nx right; tit>u
or mile'
Under Much "lJn been practically impossible for any '! As fur ns the people of America that portion of any such struct "i,I t 1 with good reliable institution uny. "
.a Janet
of 'Aunt ,
"Kd: wrji too sure"
Treat activity to take place within have been able to learn, judged by road along which the houses uvuriir S
'dlll'I" .sit'. b.- m-i-ded, was ajolt
s five or six months after the Bijf'iipl rumors and reports which have never more than 200 feet: apart" '; like this one reflects good business '" "All
of the armistice | been denied, President Wilson has The new act also raises the Government In take him out of Site 1II11-1"I'r'll
,as v i !Prior to the armistice the ..Manu 'been antagonizing: the efforts pf England limit of contribution from n"t judgment. It builds prestige. air lie luirnded.. when. "lIhUIII ..huLl''I \."

' facturers I Record hud! taken the ground and Prance to put the cost of the to exceed $10,000 a mile to n.t. I could l control l 'any:' curiosity DO longer / -

t that when peace was declared there I war upon Germany.; Is that true ? IfI exceed $20,000:! ) u mile, taking account I II"f 1 So choose wisely and soon so I turnrd to l l.allMI.
i would be an interregnum of some I I not it i is entirely feasible for ;Mr. Wilj high'-r present costs of labor and ll \Vhnt do you MiippiiKe tho ui'iirlso

%4 i'ry rfionths of dullness during which people j son to create great enthusiasm thru- l 17 This niortilii.--. I ilUln't: 1I111 -b.

would l be thr.wives out this and the countries The law also authorizes the Secre for' klirleks I of Iniiuliti-r: were coining In
f readjusting country $-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$
to jrf-ace condition.but! that following 'of our Allies by taking the position of War to transfer to the Secretary tori-ruts from the mom above (Aunt

I' thut there would come u great burst I that he will do all in his power to put of Agriculture: material! oqu'p-' Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow Jt'iifi'M' ) and I coiilil disiiiijiulsh :Sluld-
11 of activity. We have had! several the burden of this cost upon Germany; ment ar.d supplies suitable for highway le's: ,,111'111'olel' siiyln": : "[lut where(

months if comparative dullness, but even though it should] take that country improvement and not needed by did you get It, lout Janet It's really
i during that time. the thought of the I 100 years to free itself from the the War Department. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK too--" And DKIIIU"lie/ went off Into

: country ('us been turning toward con. indebtedness. duo to its accursed work. Of the 09,000,000:! added' to the lOa I a';.
ij ;, truction/ work und the erection of I The people who arc working for a fund available under the Federal! Aid Bradford County's financial Stronghold I.IIUI'U111,1 I needed, no urging. With

dwellings! and churches and schools: League of :Nations are holding meetings Road Act, the new law makes $! ! ESTABLISHED 1889 one bound we bud made the top of the

o and public buildings. Millions of people all over the land proclaiming 000 available for expenditure I.I-I STARKE FLORIDA Ktiilrs, and, fairly Hung ourselves Into
,, have been discussing the question that thf formation of the League is Secretary of Agriculture for Aunt Jam-l'4, room. There doubled upon
1 tif highways und how to build the best essential to world salvation, but they and trails! within or partly within the floor, sat Middle rocking In

+ roads in all parts of the land but all are entirely forgetting to say that the national forests. It also provides. '== = paroxysms of laughter; nnd mother
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1 of this work requires time. The fact Germany must be made to pay a pen other measures which are expected ., with her face working spasmodically

that not much has yet been put under alty for its crimes in the shape of to give /great impetus to the develop 1 I tried to keep back the smile which hovered -
contract In! in no way whatever a reflection carrying the burden of the world'swar ment pf the road systems in the nat- ii iiI ijI round her lips' but finally burst

, on the energy of the country indebtedness.In ional forests. r out In a bowl I of laughter And Aunt
nor does it in any way indicate that concentrating the thought of the The original Federal Aid Road Act Janvt-we took tine look and collapsed.

we shall not in the near future have people upon a League of Nations rather whicfci became law in July, 1916, ap- Stfindlnff. la the enter of the room

a period! of abounding. industrial act than upon an indemnity from propriated $75,000,000 to aid in the I with a very grim expression she
t tivity. Germany they are doing exactly what construction of post roads during a stood wearing In place of her somber

We shall soon enter upon a road- i Germany desires to be done. They are five-year period ending June 30, 1921 i black bow a goncgauily-colorcd and

building campaign far beyond anything turning the public thought awafrom and $10,000,000 to aid in forest-road hlghly-oioat orange one of flaunting

that wc would have thought : Germany's responsibility to the ques- building during a ten-year period ( length embroidered with black beads

k possible two years! UKO. General build... ; tion of a League of Nations and so ending June 30, 1926. Not over $3,- THE UNIVERSAL CAR and.t vet at a most>,raklsh angle.
ing work will of necessity soon be concentrating the publjc thought upon 000,000 of the original $85,000,000 I I "Why Aunt Janet, h-o-w, wb-y,"
1- returned! on a large scale. Many new that issue that there in danger that had been expended prior to 1919 so stammered Laura und I between
t gaspa"Ed's
enterprises will be entirely forgotten that plus Ii The Ford Motor Company have instructed
be established. The the matter may $82,000,000 209000000. or = coming tonight,,; you know"
4 e N farmers, who have done well financi and, thnt Germany may thus go practically a total of $291.000,000 of Federal II us to sell the genuine Ford ; aid Aunt Janet "nnd when he sees
t ally during tha last few years, will scot free so far us being made funds. will be available of which $287- bow "
my new -
be spending more money than ever to pay the cost of this war which we 000,000 will be available during the I Parts to any and every reliable Garage I
We turned and tied. The sight of
r before for better homes, for modern and I other nations united in defense next three years. Tho act and who will pledge their use in the repair Ii!l: Aunt Janet stundlu'jf/ there as demurely
improvements in their dwellings, and of civilization are now carrying. amendment require tho States to itS//
I a" the bow would penult" was too much
under being vide least II, ot Ford cars. The genuine Ford Parts I
even Government control there While public meetings are at an equal amount on I l+f I Il for our lender youiiK wand Then weplniiin
muni be a great amount of railroad held 1 to discuss! a League of Nationslet I post-road work and it is absolutely the of
are m-cessary to owner >d the performance, for the eve-
rvpiiriHion. and an Increase of railroad I us have some public meetings of I for the States and localities' to 1'0n-1 l ,
4 fucitities. II taxpayers/ and, .business, men generallyto I tribute toward the forest-road work. II: Ford cars that he nuiy get full !service' I ning. 111" delegated: to wntch for
JCd; SmiiKlers ou the porch and tell the
y The time i is near at hand, when proclaim that Germany shall be I __L----.- I '
from his them and
UlrU when he turned In the
C there wi'l be mi) abundance" of work mndu! to pay. Let the public voice be COST) OF WAR IN: :\IO\I: ALONE:: -: ,III I' carry so, ;/ at gate.

II for ,'vc'rylliln in the country. We i heard against: Germany; let us arouse! WAS 197000000000. ;l we hope, in a short time will every reliable i I 1 had been out on I tlie porch a few
!shall' anon lake up" the slack, anti in'' the country to the tremendous! issue I I II I'/1 'i'i I minutes when I saw him coming up
C'I/ solicit .
'e service ..
I doing se find uVreat scarcity of labor I is to whether this country shall go on San Francisco, March 18.-"Tho Garage. your the wulk to the hull. There had been

because the" volume of business mying/[ for generations, to come the i I cost of the war in nlono was ,I business because! we have the Ford MethU: I loud, xolces echoing: front the living
will exceed (he supply of men. enormous! taxation of the present, or ,! $197.000,000.000, or $11,000,000,0001 : G, room .before, but nmv they seemed. to
t No one should for moment be dis'IIIJrIlKI',1 whether we shall shift a portion of I!' more( than the total property values |) !i I oils the Ford Parts, the Frd ;Mech.inics .. 1 I II' pound/ forth 'mid utiild Kales of mirth

ot ( lieriiuse t hiM activity i.s notyet that burden upon, the looters who ,I of all North America" Secretary I and the Ford prices. Incidentally would ::I Il I II. I could bear the words, : "Aunt Janet's
t talking the utmost capacity! of the sought: to capture the world. If the I of Wlr.rewton I). Maker told n gathering I' : new bu"' lie's sure" r to take notice. I

country brt, on the contrary every voice of the country is not heard in I at the Commercial club here to- i!I.. l be glad 1 to get your order for one or I wonder bow bin r..unIAu.l, then
body should lie. assured' that lie with Gen. C. 1 I the v(1Ice5Irutled. oT( Into IndUtinsulshnlile -
optimistic, with an this. way. wn may rest ilny. came Peyton more Ford cars.FORD. ,
optimism based wound l will spreadits :March chief of staff to Ii' Hounds, :; and, Kd: heard us mueli of
on judgment: : I:he e (German propaganda:: r inspect Ii'
and In- gelling! to take I this as I liid.; Just' as I started to
ready advantage doctrines in every possible wny army posts. I I
of that tid'' of prosperity which 'will encourage the discussion! of a "The deaths from wounds in battle I GARAGE ;(II bolt he ciuiie' up to me and graspedrue

I will stun li" upon us. !League of Nations! u.s though that numbered 7,300,000 and the I II. A. VV. & G. A. ANDFPJCN, rrcrrietorsSTAKKE ';l I I'Iii by, the. arm.
It l.s. w-ll ut this lime, however to were the, supreme' question before the I deaths! in nil the armies reached 9-I 'I' "Aunt Janet'si'' m-v' henit--" h"t do

? emiluis" |, >.e to county and State officials( world. will parley with the peace conference ((100,000() he said. Referring to the FLORIDA you know about It?" lie fairly spluttered -

that they should! move with the utmost: and! ,delay its decisions. knowIng I proposed league of nations L ,1' ; .. the words.. and then with two

,, spei-d ill preparing to put under cou : that every day it can thus win'' tary Baker said: __. _ __ 'Irl,"'; he made'' for I the front door, only ,
r rui-llun every bit of !public work for will increase its power to disrupt! the secre-I ._.'.. __ _' __ :. J to bo confronted, by Aunt Janet wreathed !

j r which they have been planning, the conference! and to bring disordertnd I Habitual Constipation I In broad bruins/ of welcome, the t t.,
whither it I be, the construction of chaos, wl're'PILce/ should roign.. In 14 to :21 Days I ormxe:: bow bristling with Importance

municipal bu Idings, : the improvement Tho task of the men gathered in "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"[ i b a .specially "Unless! such an organization was at least their second year in college In nil Its xrandeur. By this time the
of highways I tho bettering of streets, Paris .should I, be to force upon Germany prepared SyrupTonic-Laxatlve for Habitual Candidates try for the appoint- family bud circled. J round the two and!
the Constipation. It relieves promptly but formed under somo name and under may all beard Kd;
establishment! of waterworks, or terms. of punishment! and adequate ment either from the state in which we nay : "Jan-et, Janet
4 sewerage" systems or the enlargement indemnities and having finished should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days some constitution, anarchy bred by they reside or from that in which I I-I-jou'll keep the old beau now,
to induce regular action. It Stimulates enlI
I of exhting plants. All of these that task anti made, certain that disease, hunger and despair would have won't you. Janet? And then" the
;I i \ things should Ko forward as quickly the indemnities are being paid then per hottl overwhelm the earth. their education. words stuck
an possible, and tho country has aright go home. Every day lost in any final "No child born in a civilized nationin ------. -- - Of course Aunt JaDet attributes the
\\ to look to municipal and State : decision on these points is a day gained the next hundred years will escape ELECTION EXPENSES: success of the plnn to the new bow
j offldalu end to the Federal Govern- for Germany And the task for LIFT OFF CORNS! paying: a considerable portion of the but Laura and I think differently.The .

Ift'Pt to take the lead in bringing American business men and all othersis p74. I debt this war has brought about. 1 This .story of the election of a

about thl construction activity not to unite in a determined effort to --. -- -- Georgia man who\ was defeated for Friend. ef Yeuth.
only became' this i III public work and demand a full penalty of Germany Apply few drops then lift sore RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS I county commissioner in the recent This Is oue reason why the makIng -
for the public welfare, but becauseur and do it now, if r we are ever to escape I primary, reaches us by way of the of new friends Is no much easier

t municipal, State and National the burden of taxation which we tou'hy corns off with Date: As announced recently Newark Ledger in dispatch from At In youth than Inter on : Friendshipcomes

P.! Governments should be the leaders are now bearing.. -Manufacturers through the Press, appointments to ]lanta. Ills sworn statement runs: to youth peemtngly without any
: in thr' restoration of confidence and Record Rhodes Scholarships in the United conditions
li I Lost 1,349 hours sleep thinking about and without any fears.
In doing the things which for the last I .- States which were postponed for the There
the election: Lost two front teeth Is no past to look at, with
four years they have not yeen able to OVER HALF' IIILLION:/ DOLLARS duration of the war, will be resumed and a whole lot of hair in a personal much regret and much sorrow. We

': do b""nI"Vnr activities had to supriant FOR FEDEI&1L: ,All ROADS: in October 1919. There will be elec- encounter with an opponent. Donatedone never 'look behind us until we\ miss

( | tions in all states, and sixteen: states, beef, four shoats. : and five sheep I IInllll'I hI n 1;. Youth Is satisfied. with the
I Iwynrd. With full State; ;co-operation;;; according which undler normal .conditions would to a county barbecue. Gave away two Joy of present poNnessIon.. To the

1 sitti.liliFItlci I to the terms of the Federal Aid I I have appointed scholars both for 1914 pairs of suspenders, four calico dress. j young friendship comes as the gloryof
,j :i I'ONTINl'K: : TOrv !tOAd Act the United States' will and 1919 will he allowed, to appointtwo ea, $5 in cash and thirteen baby rat-! spring a very miracle of beauty

m\vv:: WAIL T.\XIS: OK have' a total of at least $574,000,000for getsDu. scholars, this year. These states ties. Kissed 12A babies. Kindled fourteen | a mystery of birth : to the old It has
t "Ml' tI.i. ''I UK: ("IU. IIS'\[. HK.Mt co-operative road building during are Alabama, Arkansas. California t kitchen fires. Put up four stoves. the bloom of autumn beautiful

Till111: ItDKN::/ ? the next three years. The Federal, {Colorado Georgia, Iowa Kansas, | Wnlkedl.OTii' mile Shook hands with but with the beauty of decay. To still the

Hurt of this fund, is assured by anTatra :Michigan:' :MinnesotMississippi' : 9.BOS persons. Told!, 10.101 Tei. nnd young If 1 U chiefly hope ; to the old It
In the enormous income taxation appropriation of 09.000OOO! < Missouri :Nebraska Oregon, Texas, talked enough to make, in print 1- l.s mo.llyUl'lIInry.. The man who Isionsclous 1
whi-h the i-.iuntry now faces' burJt-n- in the I'ostotTtre! \ Appropriation Bill Washington, Wisconsin. Other status, 000 vo'umes. Attended' sixteen revival that he has lost
the best of
inv lnd"'try nil kinds to the extrm just passed\ hy (Congress and signedby will elect one scholar each. I meetings and was baptized four his friends J naturally lives e
-, I I a good
destroying' the energy and! the the PresidentOfficials Genernl Regulations: The Rhodes different times by immersion and deal In the past.' Much Black. #
a..t' .ity ) |Ihs people by reason of of the Uurenu of Public Will provides, for two scholars constantly twice some other way. Contributed

I "e1..' -f' the drastic; provisions upon Bonds, United States Department of at Oxford from each state in I $50 to fore gn missions and made love i ito ,; .

1 trr -.M-is o' corporation and haltIh1' Agriculture\ which 'administers the the union. Each schohir stays three nine grow widows Hugged forty-] Shellac; N I
pension we are now brought provisions of the Federal Aid Road I,, I ? hurt a bit! Drop a little i I years and receives a stipend of than nine old maids. Got dog-bit thirty- It n"trusel. hy man nor does ,
f--< o f-ve, with the question| as tovr' Act and co-operates with tho State! |, Kreexonu/ on an aching corn, instantly I hundred !pound, a year, out of which I rifle tini". u-d wns defeated. polite, from n I tree [f |I. the exclusive .
', r \.rll'a and our Allies. the governments in the expenditure of the that corn stop hurting, then you liftit i: he pays his tuition fens, and expenses, .... product of u minute Insect thatpx'I.I.
It thrmiirh
Ir' .-t --t ms. of Germany'rltm: >s, money, points out that this amount of right, nut. Yes, magic: 'I j exactly! ns any other student. There : wnp1lf"LRYiNG It nil the pores of Its ,
body Is first
t ISnext. hnlf R
. a ," 'nhll'hwe' : funds' I is the l largest ever appropriatedfor A tiny bottle of Freozone costs hut are no restrictions, as to the subjects' .p"r"ffnn rolled. 'lee
i t. "'PVt1,,.

I'' the ,
r t I b. ,1-I..p,1 linen .f
on the criminal lar p..rlo.Iy\ any government In the ? to remove every hard corn, ... mny take any of the various Oxford "1'"r' d'1n'rU' no tes i-frtnln plnntu and
T' "' hot., .. lirught' these suffrriniMu history of tho world and that it en- soft "rll. or corn \between the toes, Honor 8. hoots, or. if prepared! or r,>. '-- d.-> and take trnnsfoitneil 'it Into, resin. This hardens .
'" .1 uldes! tho l Kederul and, State !governments and. the calluses' without soreness or may work for the Oxford.. research .,; r' "' .'- '-'* ........le** Imme- on exposure to the air Into u deep
--'Ident WUgon ornnse colored ,
.. was active while to carry nut n rund-building irritiition.i degrees: of U. I.itt.. B. Se.. ft. C L. d.-\'i': % .lrl' I""ro"e vow nuns mmlrrunsparentnml
,j> .ne. ,i" '-. kin* to bring about "BTiim of u magnitude never equal I i l-'rcexonit i.s the sensational di*<*ov- or I'h. D. rnmlidates' must h. unmarried dl'! t' "'l 1 t. '.'.... -0" ranee hreiiklnu with n crystalline( fracture '
V-itlons. a in ,i fv | the
.1.,1. he ed. insert ID en-
was !, cry of a 'inclnniiti genius. It is won- between th- Hires' of nineteen and II .' t.v.'Is. Th'y d .
f tint" line thnt he had no '1 In connection with the great Fed- :\l.-rful. Adv Nn. 2>11. twenty-five, and I must have complete', -', t-n! Adv .e- ',.the reunite forever the mule to
I ultli
a yeiir wings to flyWv"

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r livered up to August 15. He offers togive I ask for my final discharge as admin ; 0 ,

-- bond nnd requires that the farmers istratrix of the estate of J. E. Barton, ,

News of Florida; in Short' Paragraphs. do likewise.. r r Incensed. :

I. I w Ixern".MMMMhx.exsrwlnxl.w, 'ranre nr.flt. wr'INbwwsfla. .. r This !Mth: day of January, 1019. f I IE'EUNA

-I Gunnery Sergeant G.: :M. Geadreau; BARTON, tyi(

of Chi"IIgo.11" instantly killed Saturday :' 1 ..2 t-finio. AdminiBtrutix.NHTIfK # (

j !Live State News \Bj nt ;\1111111 while piloting a seaplane p 4 _ __ __OP__KI.M'TIO.Vliy . 4 11

/ :: nt the Curtiss! field. seaplane . l *J rMAM.Ym.Ye.R.w
.M..frua.wr.arm.ehwwN "
vawm < fell :HOO feet in n spiiininii nosedive I tin IPOWI-P ,."-, In limn l>r the. School C'C'I
Told Our Exchanges. I ,ty:;' nI// I ,ii\\'.. ,,r tinSlntp. <-f Pinrlriii.': the Hoard of .
j by into Bisciiyne! bay. He ,was uccompunicd p "'A l/I/ t tI I I'nl.lir. iMniriirtli.ii' ii r Mrnitriinl County ",
by another marine who' rsdeath I -- : I I ''11 ",',|h i.,. an i-li-ciion. In i I... held| in Sandal, School 1I '.
0- Theof ; ; \ . : IIIT Tice) nintrlrln' N.... I I' 2, III. I I1|. 2", 111 And 8,
I cuptHi\ with a few bruises : on Saturday April| 6th II"I II. fur tho |>umoMof
The Thursday,) half-holiday period') Sawmill men of two states, Florida Grcndrenu was reported to his J : ''trx i-liTtlim lhiv iruKtMw fur oath il nlrlotnlmvv i 1

begins in LurbUurg on April 3. and Georgia! assembled in large 11\1111.1 father, Charles A. Grendreau, of Chicago r\\ ".f-(, 1[ iIIII hiimi'd lei he and eli'li>rmlnt> the .amount ofniillauii r

begs nt the San Carlos hotel in Ponsacolu I noon after the accident and the I For the pliri'OHr of holillnit the lalit ...1"j 1"
I 10 o'clock in the Cm-tins field anawaiting .y iim! tho followlnu ninnaiii-ni. have .bran ntfloinUiel '
The Irish potato crop in Oatcolacounty Friday ut capa- officials nt ,. EPT secret : I I '
I ,0
was practically ruined by the city of ji district meeting of what la instructions ns to the disposition of' : t'i I, ."w r'Hlfli'' 17 \C. M.' .""'. K' C"l>>mn' "I': '

:rains. I known as the Georgia-Florida Sawmill I his body. I ; 1 and special I M limlrlcl. No.. !2A.! M. William' *. II. ,.lvnna, I', fi
Association.The .
-s7 r M .1. (;rr.'ti.IHitrlet f I 1 i'
of I 2 , No. Id ?(. M. llrownlne-. I,. Un- ','
Almost carloads cabbnga
fifty merchants nnd
I The business men, I ( i. and personal fcr I I. ,,1,111..1..1. Cr..bI /.
have boon shipped from :Moore Haven meetings/ iiviiur conducted. in professional mon of :St.' Augustinehave I \ ,, : I I'iMr.rt, No. M-J. L. Ilarrvll Jex.>l UrUTI, '
this Tampa liy Uilly Sim.l.iy! are drawing) I I , I Ir U ;
sca.on.Systematic derided. to observe the new time is CrIITiB.No
you III 1 10 C C. MoCnll. W. It Add I r- +.
I of
large audiences, ami a delegation I and .
which commenced last Monday, m tai'. 'I'h... 1)kk..
dipping of cattle has business men and inini.sterH from ;:, will open and close, at the Mime hour < 'Iii', I". it.! 110.;.. 'Ill-' ;;J- v"i' .. w. M. Nor,
been ordrcd, ( in Jackson and Jacksonville art( trying to get the I II W II. lIa".II.l'k"1 .
been observing WGLEYS
by the clock] that they have \ No N T. L. Cl.nno.iy. J. T. \ .
ton counties. \Vaahing.1 noted evangelist to induct u series of under the old order of things. \ in '''!'. I. C.; Johniwn..
meetings in Jacksonville II ,! I.. C. POWELL, t
This will make the business houses \\ ) 1 i )h"lflllll" llonnl I'ul.llo Inatruallun Uruilf.. I Irmii.iy.
The fp'-iiiK' term of the circuit court I and professional offices open an hour \ \( in its Dir tight Kluilila.Mum l
thi Florida Can Growers :
earlier by the sun in the future, but 1\ S.r ri I K: II POI'l'ICI.I.: .
: I Association ban seen. organized ut by the same hour by the clock. Those 1i i \ "' \ sealed pacl age.I x t'.i SlIt'llIh'n.lo'lIl| end| S...')'. A.7./t. 'y,
Fort : The 1 : object of the j ;.. ..
: Myers. organ/ engaged; : in daily occupation will have I \i - 4
A channel thirty feet deep between':isation! is advancement in the cultivation the' hour extra of sunlight at the clone! : i-J >KIC 1llt I l'I'IIU-\lIt1N

Jacksonville and the sea is to be completed of sugar cane, the Htandardiutioiiof of each day. ; Ih (' earl ('..urt. Hint' of Plorl.1.. Elul.lh.
J4 that is ,
of standards l.ulHMiil (irrtilt. llrmlfmil County In Chnn-
this year. J JI I I syrups and the promotion 0""I ,t

Bnrtow is nrranirinf to have a I I of granulated sugar. i iI' The special house committee to consider !" : if worthy of your W fl.Conii.lninnnt.IIKI'I"I.V. I4

]looking, to statewidetick .- ,
'' a measure! VH
meeting of the county demonstration Ollicial .announcement has' been .:I.VI'' : '
will meet nt lasting regard
agents of South Florida. 1 made that the three cantonments in eradication .
I' on Saturday of this week It is \ .. II niiii| >nrlnii l.y/ aiTnliivIt' npin.ili" to ilia' (,l
i this state will be maintained us permanent the final meeting of the (committee i'' < ci because of its hill' 111.,1 'In the above Mlaird' ril.w thatIhrnln '
Eustis has voted a $10,000 bond issue camps by the government.They I'.Ma: Hkulliy./ the oVfrnilnn. nau..I. +
to take action in reference to n report In n nulili-nt"' of th, Suit' of Fl.iriiln. nmlrotiFinlH k
for funds with which to build Camp Joseph E. Johnston, I. "
an are .
lasting quality. ..
legislature hiTm'ir no that < ,,
to be presented! to the |>nirt or mil>|u"- *
up-to-date, school house. at Jacksonville and !Dorr and Carl- .nnnot !1r H 'r.1 l upon )h..". situ IH over tho
fields at Arcadia. making recommendations Representative nutof tHcnly-onr/ >!.... It in thdvforv urili '
'Strom flying Eli Futch of Gainesville, chairman ; >n>il., add nun-n.iili'.t nVfVmlnnt h<. and /
The Woodmen of the World will that in hen bl/ riMinln.. .! In appear, tn the l.lll ofcHtmpiiiint
committee is
the anxous
of II
hold R convention in Ocala commenc- A $20,000 canning factory will be flavors & niotl. in mutt on or iM'fora
any interested parties having suggestions to Mon.lny the 7th d.1ot/ April. A. I). I II 111.othprwuu .
ing Monday, March 31st. II established in Marianna in time to to make be at Lakeland Saturday II ho alli-valloim of ..lil. bill will b<
take care of the next sweet potato ( suit all tastes. taken an confraiu'il. ky' ...101{ l.fniant.!
morning/ and meet with the committee II In further oruVrvil that thin cmlor b. p.itiMHh -
There is movement in Jackson- At meeting held! recently -
a crop. a mass / >.l .
and such suggestions. nitre a wrplt for fvi) oon 4>cutfv. wreka
ville to establish one or more build $11.000 was subscribed on the present Be SURE to get In Ih. County Trlciiraph.. a nw'iia-
ing and loan associations. spot. The factory will give employ per Tha' ' In ..,,1 County' and .Stute. ,
March Bib,
There used to be nn old saying of a IVIY.W.
ment to several hundred people. T. WEEKS
The construction of a bridge over person who was ignorant; that "lie WRIGLEYSSealed '") Clerk Circuit Ct>urt. .

the St. Johns river nt Jacksonville is Plans are being formulated for the don't know beans" and if the price '\. 1.Solicitor. OKINM.for Complainant.lll 3-7-tt.

to begin within ninety days. I twenty-third annual convention oC the now paid for new beans in this section

Florida division United. Daughters of holds out, there will be many people !NDTIfK OK AIM'I ICATIIIN FOB TAX "ItFr'O '

The first hamper of beans for the I the Confederacy which will be held! in who won't know beans on their bill-of Tight I' list HKIlll.N LAWS nf s. J'f.JIIII-OK OltPTFII: '
season was sold in Plant city last ..JlIl'ksonvilll'Iay: 7-10 and it is expected fare for some time. Saturday HenryL.
110""u l.y nuke,; ,I. Bl.n lust. T. J. ,
Wednesday and brought 510. it will be largely attended and Plntt, of Plant City received n Kept Right i ..rhan-r, of tilt .nl,. certiltpnleH Al.l.rmiin.numbered.inpeelKi.y , 9 y
check for $111.05!); for nineteen hampers | ,1:1.: nil\ ,1 ,., '
l one of the most successful ever held. .. / a" HI IKMU "ly u,, ?,
of string beans, h.'ing$11.11( :-' per tl, rlur, for lll-.i.lford. County., Hrli' ,.,o'lt
The nnnunl meeting of tho State I .1.1.1,, errlillmliH. I hf-fnu, .lilted 41 h. rl,
Federation of Labor will \be held in Damages; amounting to the sum of hamper. That was the high'mark of h "I'.l.. linn,. Hint, sad| i'fTlillri.1,1 In my oar' .'.
the but prices have been ranging TheFlavor .cal. linn .. ,,,h. in.phi-ill.n, for "UK deadn )I..
uwurdoil to the United season '
Tallahassee beginning' : : April 8th. !$1 fll ,'jr.S.r.l:; wan I 'n.. are..i,.'Illp', N Ill law.II. .
Stntes Fidelity and Guaranty; Company I / around $5.00: )( the hamper and that I ." said' rllllrnifn,. I-,.......liv..I.| inl.ri.i-M,
Pfant factory in the federal] court, in Jacksonville is some price, and the mass! who .'ats I Lasts 'l.'' Inn.l In,', I lor-' 1'I
City now has a broom I.I I n nik-id in' il I ho' .1,1.| ,,f u,,, |.auaiiiM> tit .
I John M.: Bell, them north must I pay a goodtiff ,'
: against up .
in operation and farmers of that Monday I.I i i .tillinti* In il." mime' rM'prrttvrly! / here I
aI'Y.1rIN ,
; Sadler the suits price after trans-production! sad handling I < 0'". t ruin. "I..rll.e/ t forth, to-wil *
broom J. J. !!card[ and W. 7. : J1
section I plant corn.
arturged to r I'I..Illlfllle' N. II ,11,1,',,' ,', !,
IN ? ( )
added to this initial x' ?? a' NW
the failure of the charges arc i I I . '
out of 11111
growing .f .
I KM: (Jinirl' r ".f NW IJ.m.'l.r, and 1 run ,
By a recent decision of the supreme Heard National" Bank. cost. | 24 n ax liIdjjexxzgzz I II.. .,1.. Ill,,. urn K; J i.. Ina .pt ..f .ben,
II "n in.- I-. ..II >IIi! N lit., y.lnv/ 70 y.l., H 70i.l. .
county officials! of Florida will continue .to pi of !I.?.? S,... IV. Ti.| .. S. It. 21| 11.)
on the fee system until January,, For three days, April 11, 12.:! and 13: ,. Though he is eighty-one )'''111'-, old I nrlr.. i..,Ht'HH. < d I riiirn rlpnrkn.iiri.I'llillrnlf. i1
1921. I the grcut'il't.oI'Y Convention of Florida John \Vanamakor, the I'hiIadl'Iphutmerchunt 4 I I 1'1.' .. roll cnihrnui'H : Com at R\V '"
'' of M; HJimrler and run M: on Si>,t. linn :y
I'aruciis and Philntheiis will be in set a new record Thursdayfor ) Ian fl to ,pi of bra Ihrnre N flllll\ fl. N 11.1 T

One hundred school workers of the session ia Lake City, and the peopkof kingfish/ caught by one man in a 1 fl., S, Mo fl. w I MM fl. ,I., 1't nf ben. HBO. M. ,ti
ii|" r. S It aH! : ri.tilfiitiliiu, : nrn'x. .......- 1 iII
state attended theconference. of( Luke City as well as .the .1<'n.ll'rsin day. lie landed 11(5(\ kinglish while out Buy Tick-lminane! iini! Accljmalcil: Breeding! tattleOgilen (; .I.. lumen' : W. Wlllinim: k I'
county superintendents in Tallahassee the movement over the state ore determined on the gulf at }'('nsIH'owith], George; .Hhf-nte, No xl| einhrae.-H 1...|. I. 2. 3 of ;trI1 /
nil J. HI' W.iilhliiuton/ r
last week. that this convention shall Hobcrts for guide. The party of four ( ) Armour says "Il'ult mi cow '1'1111It over with your hat ik o a aiineniied Cox A rr"

be a decided "victory" within itself. fishing with the guide landed 2 The election in Lake The than -1'1111." live stark. and bring nr.'o.nug' I.. |,IW' 01"0'' will, ""'"""' I'
recent special weighing 1,380: pounds. a (iOO pound "< ) the industry ".I the I 11110 tiny "f April.| A I' III"Ml.n !!!

county on the compulsory dipping Things are shaping up for a contest kingfish catch yesterday generallywas We can supply you nt reasonable him to sea our offerings. A few \. ,"B my/ .."...Inl "'"".'ur. and' neat. III In i j

question) has been declared invalid by' for the spenkership of the house not so good ns the day before ns prices with Hereford! ,) and Shorthorn 1,200-pound: steers will swell your II., lath: 0'1nt/ Mnrrh.. A W I II 'I'IvllH L.I I

Judge Bullock. at the coming session of the legisla: ] the gulf] was rough but everybodywho bulls, cows! anal calves, tick- bank account. WHITE: US TO ..Seal I WKMKfl.: : Cli.rll... /

tare Representative GorA'eVilder.. went out got ns many fish us immune anti acrlimaled.There DAY. H, It A WKKKM.: : .j

The Pnlafox Shipbuilding Company of elected speaker at they wanted. Thousands of pounds. offish i is s alarming shortage The Wulkill Farms won the cups sr't-' -- ---- .- -----!I'y. -Clerli.OKOK.II -.. J\

has been incorporated at Pensacola the special session, will again; be opposed have been thrown on the market breeding animals and we unticiputed -' at the State hair for tho best bull FOR PUIII.ICATIONIn : \

with\ a capital stock of $75,000 and by Amos Lewis, Marianna: here and the price has steadily dropped this in the past two years, and of 1 beef breed and. the best! herd of Clrrull ('..orl. Stale! of Fb.rlda./ Kluhlli I

will build barges.A ,> whom he defeated in the contest at so that anybody can now eat king- are prepared to furnish our cuebeef cuttle. When you buy rattle, Judirlal, Circuit, llrailford County. In. Chan- r
'the 1 short session. fish 'Steaks. toners with high grade) stock at hogs or Angora goats from Wulkill rery. W A N... I

cow belonging to Joe Knight, at reasonable prices. Farms you secure acclimated animals Complainant.Rula "

Dade City has produced 0,300: poundsof The stockmen of Aluchua county The first serious accident in many Every: farmer in Florida should) and the value of this cnnnot'lIoI"nl.!,<....

milk find 430; pounds of butter in are making plans for an active fight i months in the A C. L. yards at Lakeland have a few head 1 of high grade be overestimated.) It .01..1'1" I by riol..11, "\,1" \ I" Ih" I .

eight; and a half months. this spring on the greatest enemy of ocurred) Saturday at 4:40: o'clock A FINK SPANISH JACK READY FOR SERVICE bill Ire.''II.Ihe.. In defenitnnt the alxive alau.t raune that Eula ,
therein named U
the live stock business, the cattle tirk I when I.. L. fiuzbec was caught between .' of (h.. State of Florida and a.h.nonrenl.lent I.a I.- ,

T, ,,?: ? ...r. >,. '!1-- So'.ltll; \ Nearly fifty dipping vats are alreadyreported ,I the? tender of an engine he was The Walkill Stock Farms CompanyGreen reaidi.nt of Atlanta. (a.....I4. over Ihe .(..
of twenty-one "..... It I. therefori
Florida Baptist ,Association will meet t in the county but twice this riding and freight car and crushedto that add non-reHldent' defendant !l.. ordered and la ,I

with the First Baptist church of Plant nunr'ier would be useful in the work. I death. lie was an assistant to hostler Cove Springs, Florida. hen by "Iul..d U, anixmr to the bill of enmplalnl 1
City March 28th and 29th. The county commissioners have provided I Hied. ,n nail! cauae on or hefon* Monday .
Mr. Ilodgns[ was
and) the hostler ,
Urn 7th day of April A. I I1 I Hi'i. other,..
funds for cooperative vats. following his signals in bringing the Ihe alle allona of ald hill will 'IHtnkrn anintmiml .
The Texas Oil Company will con- liy maul defendant.It
struct immense tanks at Key West The twenty-third annual conventionof engine to the main track. Unfortunately Tony Rogers a negro moonshiner, I No Worms In a Healthy Child ,la further ordered that hlla order lie puliIliihed .
a string of freight cars! had not in mire a .... k fur Klva ooneecutlva weeka
dead as a result of having attempt All children: trouhlm! with worm have an unhealthy t
which will in future be the base of oil the 101'1011l> United In the llradford County TelnKrai.h.
cleared] the main line and) as! he was color, which In.lirntm bkxxt. end l .. a new.palier -
poor a a
ed to T. O. !Miltonof
Deputy .
supply for vessels entering and lean Daughters of the Confederacy, will overpower publlnhed In a d County and S(......
rule Ib..re11 mnre or Inn Atontarh dbrnuaMwGROVE'S
leaning out at the side his! body was! Volusiu who Thl Mareh 0th ItllVI. ,
, ing the Gulf. convene in Jacksonville May 7.10, inclusive county, was makingthe TASTELESS chill TONIC given rniluljrlv W. T. WEEKS '
the and
I. with the Martha Reid Jack- literally rolled car arrest. The negro had .been. handcuffed for two or three. weeka will nnrlrh" the hloixl. In trait' Clark Circuit aunt; ,
and l death almost instantaneous. the and, lantern!ff'nll,1 I Ienlnrt
tender was dUoritlon fI'III'
A turtle weighing 2110( ( and fifteen quarts) of moonshine prove a liy It. A ..WKKKSla'puty: .
; ville and Annie Perdue Sebring, chapters -
[ A lantern which he rnrrifd" Tonic tn the whole nyittiTii. Nature will tin :1..11.:
pounds was caught in a pound net as hostesses. Rlaborate preparations secured, which had been secreted thnwofordielMlIt.wnrm.endIbetutu l w1': IIn I S (I'II :W'I.Ii..llell"r .
near Anclote n few days ago. The are being made for the event and war still in his hand when picked up' in u cabin two miles north of the perfect health. PI.-aantatahe title- |x-rl'. til.We fur Umiplalaant.OKIIKII sA-At.
end was! mashed! flat so close was the Tnmoka when he rushed --- -
turtle was butchered and, the meat it is expected this convention will lethe I river upon
contact. I :Milton, who hud started to give the : Felt riJMI.ICATION
sold for 25 cents pound.. most successful ever held. I r ai oar
negro/ a match. The officer culled, to In i: reult t''''a. Nl'air of Flfirida, Kluhlh:". Circuit, llradford County. In Chan-
Reports received by the state livestock The Chipley Oil Comply, chartered indicate the scarcity of both beans and his wife who was l in an automobile --ry

sanitary board show that about and incorporated under the laws of cue-nmlieri and the number of buyers iibout !sixty feet away she came with par l rK ; / TISI' OIIIV1\N)/Cfiinnlalnnnt.' JOIINHON.

11,000 hogs were inoculated 1 ngain the state of :Maine, set the first stake Wauchula would also indicate that n revolver und found the negro overpowering vo

cholera in this !state during Februaryby late yesterday afternoon and the first few sections are shipping these vegetables her husband! /arid about to p Mil.A JOl'lNMOM.llffenilnnl! ellI

state and government field agents oil well will be, located) a few hundredfeet for there are not less than secur'1, n shotgun. The 1 negro. told. her ,1 :i curry nil the lending It ni.i'" arum I l.v I aifldavit' apin.le.l\ to Urn .a

north of the falling/ waters on the twenty-five buyers' in Wauchula and) tn keep away or he would kill them I' varieties of Si'Uil bill",. ","',1 In ail.". ahove. elaied' enuxe that.
l.oln .lohli+ the flefemlant therein 1 A
"n nami.d.'
The plant] of the Herman-American; stream which flows south and falls!' it is no trouble for the trucker to get liolh. As soon ns 11rs.: 1 Milton could which have been tested In n ""n-o, | nf the Hial' of .'1".1<1... end\ N

Lumber Company located at Willville. over n rock\ precipii seventy-five h'.. money at the loading station. get in n shot without' hitting her hmlirin.l and known to be he I .. .10'' in or mar the town of Nittholw.

which has born in the hands of feet high and then disappears under Curumhf'rl1'1'. '' 1 selling! at $11 u:. nn I ,, sinfired, but, miisrd. She th"'u best adapted to our ?'..Iff.rt.i.iily.of twi., nty. /Htnte oar. .yiara./.t (:.'.orvim and therefore In over thai or-

the enemy property custodian for ground.A in some cares" more per hamper Friday ! rushed in and placing the revolver '' nil mill climute.Wntr Ii I, r, fl' that nid ni.i>li>nt di-fondant l Iw and
the back the 4l ,IH .ht r. h.l r. ppl.'I| | to Ui the bill of
against ni'gro'H pulled usa
some time, recently sold for $1,13.-; at the station and beans! were a 4 for our new -...iiplnliil' .n .ald 1 ..'... .." or. ,...,..".
000. petition is being/ circulated, in close second bring <.">.10 to $. .71i per trigger.' The negro staggered from !191:1! : catalogue unit V.n.liv. tin7lli bay' of A.rlt.. A II. Iflla.
Wauchula is sending out the room anal fell, about fifty feet ..I I., r. M.the all. ..'I..". of ...10'| bill will he
the and list.
hamper .
Volusia county asking/ weekly price 'hd.n' sx .....r.1 h. xnld oI..r'ol'.OI'
Of much interest to tourists who commissioners! to order an election] to about three hundred crates per day. away. lie died almost instantly. 9j !h ICF.KOlili: ; II l I. further" thai thin order hn. p.lhli.hid .

visit: Florida in automobiles is the decide, the matter of fence or no feneeIn The shipments! will rapidly increase'e i MI IvUnhlishcd; ,' Ihe nnee Itrndo.rd' a week for five ron.e in County Teleiiraph! , n newipa-
1 news thllt the link of the Pixie, Highway that county. The opinion prevails from now on and seemingly the market :Sheriff William Collins shot andkilled field MI.IIH' in Flor 'ifr published In mid' C:.unty arid State

j from Waycross to Jacksonvillewill among many that if an election it is! getting/ stronger. Friday both (il'orgcVilllon., u negro ex-con' f Ida Thi) March ISth. lutltW. T WKKKS.

bp put in gno.l shape in time for held the voters will decide in favorof rules and beans sold! for the highest \ ill Friday night at Okt'erhobeiafter E. A. MARTIN '3. nil Clerk Circuit Court.A .

next year's travel. a no fence law. In other words they prices! of the season. The prices would the negro had fired /six shots at the Seed 7 1i.llclt.-r AflKINS.for' Comiilalnant. .1-7-81.

will decide it is best to fence up the Company
sh''ruf. Tuesday about 10 p. m. --
Chipley citizens have organized n rattle rather than to fence in the Work of righting the steamboat : : M Jacksonville, Fla. I"III)RK OK PiilI.ICATION
The !sheriff had suspicioned) this'
company to erect modern canning farms. Favorite of the Favorite line, which - .- In (-,rooll Court Stale' of .'"rl,'... Klvhth
of planning, n trip to Fort Pierce Judicial I'lrcull., llradford (:Min'y In Chanoery. -
on. negro
factory. Sweet potatoes will be the turned over its port side 4 + + + + + + + + . + + + + . .
principal product handled with veA'etables The first carload of cucumbers to be early'fhursd'ty morn'ng' at its peir at with a load of contraband') booze, and + LEGAL: NOTIChn 1 Alma McMillan,

in and and meats shipped from Webster this season, the foot of Washington street Tampa season: soups + .A. + oo + + + + + + te + + 4
as demand requires. !some 500 baskets, sold here Fridayfor was begun Friday by Capt J. F. Love The negro drove up behind the sher !S McMillan.,n I

$2,750.: It was bought by Hill lace. The lower deck of the Favorite is iff's car which was standing in the Notice Defendant.Il .
road and he found he wasdiscovered Six months after date hereof I will apiM-arlnic by affidavit" afipead! to the bill
One of the largest sharks ever Smith of Center Hill, this county. awash. DivpM are preparing to pass! as soon as filed, In the .....-.. ....... caime last \ H. Mir-
Miami landed Heavy shipments are expected to begin heavy hausers beneath the boat. The he commenced firing. The present my vouchers and final accountto M llan. the defendant thervan" nnm..I. I.a la
caught near : was recently -
several sheriff returned the fire without effect the lIon. Gco. A. Gardiner, County non-rvaldent of the 8t.u. of Florida
and from then her
: after guardrail
of anglers Monday on Favorite tipped over .
when 100 .
and that the
a party rvaldence ia I unknown being over
went out in the rain to fish The shark carload will be sent forward daily. caught on the piling/ during an until the negro got out of his Judge of Bradford County, Flv, and ..". of twenty-one yeah It la therefore. ordered f
Crops are in fine condition and the tide and the tide I cur, and the sheriff had the presenceof ask for my final\ discharge as admin- that ." d nnn-realdent' defendant .be and
27 unusually high as
weighed 1,500 pounds and was Baker he IA hereby reiulred to appear to the bill of
arm'slI'nA'th istrator of the estate of Roderick
feet long, and was a hammerhead prospects are good on beans, cukes, went out the guard rail holding, the mind to hold his flashlight at I ttomplaint, fllvl In said. eouae nn ov before Monday .
tomatoes! ad melons. "boat acquired list until it gained to one side, while he threw deceased. tha 7th day of April. A. U. 114(14. other'wue
type. a the all.-ira'li e.. of laid bill will ... taken
such proportions that with the rail the light on the negro, and) finished This 24th day of January, 1919. aa confeaMMl by said defendant.It .
its him while the negro never touched J. II. RITCH, 'la further ordered. that thia order be publlahed -
work the boat laid over on .
the the state Some splendid co-operative giving way
Under constitution of ..
sheriff aiming at the 1-21-Omo. Admnistrator. once a weed for H ht eoauiecutiva weeka
pertaining to qualified voters the has been done by DeSoto county farmers side in twelve feet of water. When the probably In the llrailford County Telearraph.. a De...""- /

city ordinance of St. Cloud allowing Several carloads of sweet potatoes Ithe: guard rail gave way a huge hole flashlight.Collins When secured the his negro pistol fell and, sheriff got Notice per published January. in tHln.maid County lull and Utate.Thla +,

to vote has been declared invalid have been shipped co-operatively: was torn in the starboard side of the W. T. WEEK '
I him and Is auto load of Six months after date hereof I will
estimatedthat help to bring CVrk Circuit Court. ,
the city of that and farmers are well pleased with re boat, above waterline. It is
by attorney I wet goods into town. The load consisted present my vouchers and final account R. A. WEKK3. ,
city and the ladies will not be allowed sults. One buyer has offered to purr it will cost $10,000 to $15,000 to of sealed goods and to the lIon. Geo. A. Gardiner; County' ($Seal I-vutf Clerk. I
bushel all the sweet right the boat and put it In commission of fifty quarts J. E. rirrcn.
to vote in the forthcoming city chase at $1.25 per ,' I six gallons of moonshine. Judge of Bradford County, Fla., arid Solicitor. for Complalaattt. 14141s.
election. potatoes grown In the county and de- again. I

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Guire. on Crystal lake. I
Bradford County TeieyrophPuhlihhrd >: Talks by J. Mullady, J. N. Daugh- R. M King, of Jacksonville! spent ,
-. -- tery, R. C. Heiberger. Saturday night and Sunday here

i \, and entered Sunday at 10:45, committee on time his family.D. : -r .. ...... ,r- .i o
erkly BM .. '" .
and place, J. li. Bevill, W. T. McGuire W. Moore attended the union at '.1- =....'"' .. ._".>;1)0..:.:,......c
f and aloes mailer nt the ixml-odir"c.'I'I itnd J. E. Adkins reported that the Graham during last weekend.We ':. . ..r- -g-' ;: "> -i f'1.r '
:SImkc Florida.K. nr-xt convention would be held at Long regret to report that 1Irs.Iary: .:' , ' K6 %. : / \ .
ridge.I! Holder is on tho Rick list. 1'1 .--- '-.-- .', ':..-,! . ,;;?,.w"...1 ",rIO.1",ItiJ: ,
r <. MATTIirAVS; Editor and Owner. : Song, "Standing on the Promises of The farmers of this section arc- -- -- 't. ',. .::;, .. . .. .,fJ..' ;,....I.t,,; :,
i planting. -;;;:;:::- :I//.'.. .
I C. ItOmSOlIlIodat:.: :': <<, : ; God busy = \h. : spai
J. , County: Agent (). W. Caswell was in 'f-, ; l'l-"r\: : '
11 o'cloik, sermon by Mullady W ,!:! \ : IP", ?
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I I Romans 1. lath chapter, 17-18 verses. our vicinity \Vednesday afternoon i,' .;\f.n:.> l .,.r..,". .,-J.>,,,-..,,,},, : ..1 .........,-- ,t..
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Duct) by Mr. /Cell\ and daughter. March 2<, in the interet: of the T" r.' : '. .' \ I ,-"" / .'
1010. ..A P-RI-L _19 l. Communion was conducted by Hev toys clubs and other demonstration( .1._::"_--", ,,,,,., ," "" (. ." \ ,,,'" \ :. --', .,,: ,,. .,
y L.urt.r""J{ w"WHO"; : awl ....!J J. Mullady and W. T. McGuire. work. One of the | rogre: tii\u, farmers .; .,;, ,.,. 'l.i. >' :,.' V \ .,,.':\-t"- 2'i.. ''
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; Song No. 110.Offering he met while here was I U.) W. :Moore" ''' '' I
w V 'I I12 345 Dismissal for whom he found to be making plans for .. .... ': .
was $7.87. > :!III1'Mio1.. '." .. ;' ...., \ &'i ky''ti k\ / /
improving beef cuttlu by th' use \ \ ', ,
dinner. / I r
67'$9161112' t D'-votlonal exercises at 2 p. m., conducted of better breeds. lie instruct! Mr. V, l'..., ,.:f." . :'"". '\ I/ .', .. ,
by !Mrs. J,Allan, 1st Psalms. Caswell: to find where he could, purchase 1Ir:! :. ', 'J" : .PJ trLM: 7
13.14'15 16 17 1$1920t21222324'2526i J.I::!()-Report of churches: a good pure-bred Angus hull.! .
I IJoport; from Graham by Bros. D. Mr. :Moore has a dipping' vat and is I-Iowa ?Machine Does Our Bookkeeping/
'' (i. Kelly and J. K. Devil! fencing a large pasture for his cutlV.He .
there is no use to >1,11)1')
I Luke Butler by Sinter Annn Hall. says
;: Long Bridge by 1:1': ''. J. K. Adkins.! pound steers when he can by use of A short time ago we installed a remarkable work in about half the time formerly
27282930 l. : l-! j I Hampton by \V. G. Seals. 'better sires, produce hoot |found machine in our Accounting needed. This gives us more time for
Report: of the C. W. U. M. by Mrs. steer Mr. Caswell wad pleased( to
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,, 1 IIM-KISSA:; : N.R Duughtery f. Ilciberper wenappointed, I 1) G. Kelly and as J.: in stone regards on the to the soil.use Ho of HII ground>'H that Inn by- and subtracts, tells the date, keeps our in every department of the bank.

. : Thcr \ which convened here Saturday: and ) excellent crops of peanuts whi h Come in and see our machine -
Sunday, March 2:-.Oth: ) wui a success.It Wesley llersev, of Raiford was visiting without the lime, produced only pops ments. It does all this work much faster system in operation. We.shall I
HUH been quite| n whilu sinco Tho- relatives here during the wr J. W. Batten was a bus ness vi itor than any 1 bookkeeper could, and 1 has ...,
4 resin witnessed, as (large a crowd us end.\ to Graham: one day last week. I be glad to show you how t the machine
. .,' assembled here Sunday. There were Mclvin: George and, Tate Kite, of :Mrs. Mersey, of Luke Butler, is I IviRili. never been known to make a mistake. makes entries in our books, automatically -
; I 7 r people' here from any and everywhere Starke, accompanied by the Misses! : .: her son, R. M. Horsey.Mr. I The installation of f t this BurroughsBookkeeping 1 :
{;_ und, needless to Hay that there, was Dees, motored through our burg Sun- : and :Mrs. M. / Sullivan attended adds in one column, subtracts I
. I plenty of delirious outs, of all kinds day afternoon. the Baptist convention in Hump-i Machine means that I our in another. and so on, and how it makes
I for all, and each one ate until his or Mrs I 1) W. Moore was a visitor to ton Sunday. accounts will be handled just as rapidly.and
fI' her hfart wax content and then there Staike Monday. It. :M. Horsey was among the visitors !-I mistakes impossible. You will be welcome I-
{r''' .% way plenty left to have fed that many IF. I). May has added, some conveniences to tho county metropolis Satur accurately I as those of the largest time.
t a ain. Several of the Baptist people to his home by installing a telephone. day. and most up-to-date banks in the 1 coun- any
i4lt ramp !in and helped to make the -
We don't want to think of this
\ l EVERGREENKvergreen. you
oi-ciision n success. Everyone seemed C. Youngblood was a husinent try.
,I1{ to have enjoyed the occasion. und visitor to the county metropolis Mon 1. Insures Accuracy bank just as a place to deposit your
P,'f" the day was more than pleasantly April 4.-Mrs. John
; spent. During the meeting quite a I day.Miss/ Myrtlo Hersey, of Itaiferd, I Rosier and children and Miss Lillie The fact that our work is done on a money although of course we are glad
I number of Hampton citizens attended. I Sapp were visiting at Mr. and Mrs
I spent Sunday horcf guest of relatives. Burroughs is a* guarantee to qur customers to have you keep as large a balance
The following\ program was carried Mrs. :Mattie Waits, of Miami, came J. W. Griffis Saturday.
5 out: I IfH I i, in Sunday afternoon for a visit. with Those from here who attended the of absolute accuracy in the handwith us as possible. It is our desire to
Saturday 2 m., the meeting the union at Muxville Sunday were
1 p. relatives.Joe ling of their accounts. The machine render patrons service and accommodation -
l' I was called,) to order by W. F. McGuire. Phillips and S. B. Woodard were Misses Martha Wilkinson, Ella Crif- oUj.
f' l Opening song, "Near the Cross nmon'g the visitors to the county seat fis, Evelyn Blackburn, Myrtie Grins, method of ledger posting makes it impos- that can be reasonably
; I'rayer-Bro. R. C. Heiberger. Saturday. Leona, Martha and Thelmar' Griffis,
t.' I I, Devotional exercises by J. R. Bev- II. M. Woodard was a business'vis- Messrs. Jeff and Pasco Griffls, Schel- sible for a mistake to get past unnoticed expected of us.

I C ill. itor to Jacksonville Saturday. lie Rosier, Horace Rosier, Andrew This accuracy insurance alone is impor-
1. t Bro. W. T. McGuire was elected Miss Daisy Moore, of Starke, spent Wilkinson, Bryant Redding Wesley Talk over your business problems
, Wilkinson, Redding, B, Wilkinson tant enough to you and. to us to justifythe
president. the weekend here with her parents Ellery with us. It is part of f our work to studybusiness
'j : Talks on mid-week prayer meetingsLed Mr. and Mrs- D. W. Moore. She was II. F. Redding, Gadsolk) Griffis, .use. of the machine method, but
.- by R. C. Heiborger. accompanied by her schoolmate Miss John Rosier Mr. and Mrs. J. fl. Sapp. and financial I conditions, and it
., '! Talks by J. N. Daughtery and J. R. Jessie Mae Baisden.K. Delbert Sapp and WUlianV:Morgan there are many, other advantages. may be' that we can suggest some .d"
Bevill.! visitors to Highland Sfanday. "
B. Woodard is now employedwith were
1 i : "What !in Before Us for Christ?"- II. D. May. Misses Ella and Myrtle Grams and .. Bciltr Servirc.ep YOU that you will find worth while.' Please

( : 1 Led by J. N. Daughtery. Tuesday afternoon a party consist Evelyn Blackburn spent Saturday ,The Burroughs 'will handle.. 'our figure (feel free to consult us at any time.BANK '
Talk R. C. night with their friend. Miss- Martha .
I by Heiberger. ing of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kite,Jr., and en .
I'' Dismissal. his mother, of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson.. ,
, Saturday night at 8:15.: song No. 59. Ed Dees and family, Will Jones, Mr. OF STARKE I
'j' .'I Devotional aerviceo-Mn. Mattie and Mrs. Everett Clark and little i4/4 . Om.mo44e. 44 .
! ] Bibley. daughter. Thelma; of near<< Hampton, t 4
I* > 't't S..rmon-W. T. McGuire. I Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard and fam- EV1NRUDE. <*' E. S. MATTHEWS, President GEORGE C. WHITE. Cashier

Dismissal. ily, Mrs. Jno. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. 4 DETACHABLE ROWBOAT.
1 t We especially invite checking accounts. None are too large (for our
Devotional exercises--J. N. Daugh- P. H. Meals and children, Mr. and Mrs.D. 4 MOTORS. S>
,. f tery, Eph. 4th chapter, 11932. I J. Phillips and children Miss Minnie 0 Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. .* facilities and none too small to have our careful attention.
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l Talk on Bible School-W. T. McA George, of Starke, enjoyed a fish fry 1


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Bits of LocalInformation \ill) -.&-.Sin ; Piano*J $! The intimate article of dress 'I a

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Voice =. I known as the corset which

**ffttt4 On Tonl., ].Nnai awl T Studio at home on Cherry St. y
". .yns tm **.>. Cvi ..... ..rTarty, }: the of
majority women wear; I

Rev. Ira S. Patterson, ono of the
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Joe (' Ah-al',.", nf 1't ivlM' 1 limn un..1 rrntYblmtltuy,; withtllrsfEllV Stew-i; ,1 loading( ,ministers will preach of the next Florida Sunday Conference at but know very little abv'Ut't I ,!
in vibitinir rolutiw I 's in :SlurU*, : the :Methodist church in Sturko. Tho
__ I art. service) hours have been changed us. AlneS., Cutler/ '. i I II II II I

'JO-tl:ly VVKot! IScan-i in Kuklitcr's..Men's ; ''follows: Sunday school 10:15: ; n. m.; this the figure to the idc.d proportions I Ia .
.. preaching 12 b[. Junior KpworthI I : pertinent way i
-- ---- --- --- \V U.! Brooks and family, of Wal- ;
IN \\ medical au- ""'a r>t i i.s: typ} *.. It \. :::1'c; a r
: ; :SJ.IM:; Value .shirts going lit li r. spout Sunday arts J. U. Stanscll ,, ul', 4 p. m.; Sonior Kpworth I
f1.W.: Cash" Department Store. and f. mily. ', League, 8:15: p. m.; preaching 0 I p. m. t':.,)iily, Alit' S. Cutler pru.L-I ; .nl-d.iy c ::-.f:f'irt. Itill.

1 im- will "Jt" II.trd the v.carernjM'm
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Mule (,oll.irH, S-.h5: Milue fur $2.50 at Special !sale on :Men and Ladies WHY PAY ;MOlin; Just a few of rortant garment In the wardrobe : } t those bodily ailments:! I II
StarKc ll.irilw.iri (;Iroorrios( Itioo.
Co. our prices on Staple -
-_.-., .--'---"-- Spiinj* Shoes at Cash Depart 12cIl'tll; ; ,I'jc'= ; Grist' l'c' ; hard I of women. ; that' arM often tho rc.ult.: of \

:\11'n''ork I'ants, $2.0(1( :Uimi; a. mcnt Store. lu'-.t grade compound., 2."c: ; !Sugar: lOc ; j improper fouctry. It \Vh1 I'

-' --' -'--'- -'--' Meat, 2.*('. Our line of canned goodsare "Buy j-i.jr corset carefully," t rend.T wearin,* service that '

C. It. Alvarez, of Jacksonville, vU- Mrs. R..1. Oahnunn and little son the freshest and rhoapest. In town. warns Pr. Cutler. "No one '' alone is vortU the price paLl I
fled relatives in Starke Sunday CASH: DF.PAKTMKNT: :' S1OUK.: ,
arc visiting at the home of her father, wants to be ill: and when for the gat'mcnt.Ifpos "tI
:Mr. L. C. Powell.U. 1 91 1f '
Kicklitcr's-The Seal Store-Cull of rcali.e 'drat: the con- ... 1/
The Woman's :Missionary Union II women .
I I !iil-, tlcncw-pl'lug'lll I J / .
on him for the freshest seed. Daniel of Jacksonville i H 'the Baptist ('hurdmet last week nt scant n" "arllg f fart ill-fitting; l,> '
. .. I O. ,,, p Sumiucr JlNJdl'j..1I'C superior I "
the home of the : [
I\I 'n'.. Panama II.its, from 9):"i cents spending u few days in SUul.e with vice-president corset helps I to I keep our I hospitals / +I I tho oT the I '
< O. J. Griffin. Twelve members were ''t I "; 1" to e :1.i u 3i.ason: '. 4
.p at C'jsh Department Store. relatives. : present and a very interesting meeting 'tS I : open they} will insist on vlnchere I,I'', :1"0"I'! II'! ,
---- ------ was held, after which :Mrs Griffin lxingpro erlyiittelto! corsets I t'
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,. .till 1 inactive
1 to be \ emeeting
\ $'L:i.UO() net of IlujjKy Harness only $1.00 Hoes noSelling! ; for 79 served. light refreshments. The instead of baying 1 them hit ur +r ilgcd 1 ('I:

$17.50 ut Starko Hardware. Co.Ginghams . rents at Starke Hardware Co. 1 next meeting will be hold the 29th of ""I; niiss." a >,a, t t'.o nerds otwominltood i I I, If.
---- --- ----- -- ----- I April at the Baptist church, Mrs. F. yy / ft. I fn m t...: st 'it-d-I
I 12 rents yard at Stump'x A. Scott leader. :I .,a } I Ii
; Store. Mrs. H. II. McCreary, of Gaines- i We unreservedly recommend 'x.i: : -r point cf couifuit,* hHi1en.:. (I" i ib.

. _. ville, was a guest of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Ir and figure trn'l'Clvcmcnt.
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F'ridayJesse !Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams and :' Oossard: Corsets, the original i iit
The W. C. T. U. meets Monday: afternoon -
children returned Monday from Alexandria 1 ltrd! fitted M MI
April 7th, at 4 o'clock. it front-lacing onsets: as the Our highly I'l'cda| : 'r''r'II
Va. and Baltimore Md. af
Bielling and, family and Mrs. I complete expression of modern acnicr-: I nil! I: ; -'a: : r:ere np- irorsctry. I .
ter eight months' visit with relatives a

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"Reno Minstrels" in connection with Angus Blotting, of Providence, visited GossarJ CorKt ,., :f t'' .
and friends in those states. Mr. ,'I Every !,1'l"l.It" : importantrelation
picture's. Admission: and 35 cent Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mixon Sunday. '/-I'if'I I
.- Williams is ono of Bradford county'slargest 'III is hygienical.correct.. Jf D : a j' .1 I' irc-clly {fitted corset "J \'

Mcn'H Felt Hats, $1.00 'aille-for After your Spring House Cleaning vines already shippers having of potato orders draws for ami 3- IIII I properly fitted to the figure GOJ:,"J';'J''S bears: to your \health' and ', !

$2.49 at Cahh Department. Store.. gee Stump for your rugs and mat. 000,000; plants. He will begin ship for which it was designed} and 11yltJlIll'OIIt. to that perfect f fii! .ure. poise III'
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$1.75 Kelly Axes' :Special at $1.jj; ting. ping these plants about April 15th. : I carefully adjusted each time it lint give the cluei i.1.: eh.inu I I II ,1

at Starke Hardware Co. I: i ii worn, it will mould that of si)'Ic. II'I,:
Mrs. G. C. Livingston has returned
Mrs. II. II. McCreary returned i t
New line of Ladies Slippers just home after a stay in Tampa with her last night from Starke where she en- I
husband, who is in business there. Joyed short visit with Mrs. J. M. I I
arrived at Stump's.The a
Alvarez. Mrs. McCreary had the GOSSAlr 11J) CORSETSThe < < > : W, 3i
Model Bakery is now in its new Prices on our Groceries[ are pleasure yesterday afternoon of attending

land next door to J:C. Manning's. down to the bottom-Price a few the lovely reception given '
I convinced Cash by the Woman's Club/ pf Starke, at Original-Unequalled Front-Lacing Corsets
and be'
Street dance after show. Admin- staples the home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, in

; lion 50 cents. I I I Department Store. compliment Ft.. Pierce, to president Mrs. Edgar of the Lewis Florida, of ear" Priced at *2 so $2.75 *3. *3.* *.}. *5. 5.50 and more ;,

Fine line Men's Suits $9.98 op all Messrs. H. RBand Fred Federation of Woman's Clubs, and .;rJ

Cash Department Store. 1 Hazen, two of Brooker's well-known Mrs. J. W. McCollum, of Gainesville .'i,
----:-.---.-- I citizens, were in twn Monday on busi district vlce-president.-Galneaym. y i 1
Hemp Plow Lines 25 cents at Starkc ness. notes Sunday's TimesUnion.This '
Hardware Co. STUMP'S i
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35' eta pl'rI I Special Sale Next Saturday and has been moving week with :
Special-Oilcloth and Crockery
Monday on several Starke families as follows: I I I'r' Ir
yard at Stump's. I ware, and Galvanized Ware at Starke Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Peek to their

,I"I Hardware Co. bungalow near the Baptist church; h'
I"W.. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, spent
I I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harvard to the
Sunday with his brother, O. J. Griffin. Miss Cleo Mitchell, who is attend Alvarez place opposite Dr. Freeman's e ,

ing school at Starke, spent the week- residence; Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stern- v
Boarders invited to the MolphursHouse. end here with home folks.-Callahan
berg to the Adkins cottage next door i i#
Mrs. J. M. Minton, proprie Leader. to Judge Wills' residence; bin and I Ilrs. o'' .

tor. 3-14-4t. !\ J. W. Andrews, Jr., to their homeon L "" J1 r" "'/" ) If< 't..., \ ,
-- ---- !Men's Quality Work Shirts-while Madison street just vacated by the r { r t ,
Get your Suit or for Easter at they last-79 cents at Stump's. Stcrnbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Markley l
Store Full line i II I ,
the Cash" Department Johns vacated the Adkins and will not I
and the best quality to select from. Mrs. Charlie Marks and children, t
__ I set up housekeeping again until after i 1 Y r 1 / j'' :? v 9
__ __ "I', l i j'y '
---- Tuesday :
and Allie J'
0" Charlie, Jr., came up his return from Tallahassee in June. t '.W 1, I j ( ,
$2.50 KridtcM going for $1.85; at from Tampa to visit Mrs. J. E. v
Starke Hardware Co. Wilson. J\ ( ) a I : 'I J Jrf '1.// "( 'I
Mrs.[ d. W. McCollum and her '" -. t. /.41- .) .
---- ------- guest, .!'w'9n" .. ; "1'.q. _'ii'- 't I
Heft Crude; Overalls for $2.00 utSlumti Mrs. Angle Sternburg returned to Mrs.[ Edgar Lewis, presides of the .- .. ..
; Jh,'Pryor.Mnl' P/curt hl n'F. "'1 ldrnl Au nr/ M rn rGnl F4ro "'" r '; "i Nrrn fr
i .. ... .
1"0 .
s. her home Sunday from Jacksonville, Florida Federation Women's Clubs, cu, "l 1Wr/ J',.rl/M61W,1 7..11I1..U Nwll lLJiy, l. 01". 1.0 l.'"'' .IDUYt : .re {" 1 f lw& t
11mt Na/0
o ___ where she spent several weeks with returned Saturday sight from Starke, . ., :r.1t .... .. '
Ca.! visiting her slater, :Mrs. J. W. Woman's Club of that city, and paid '

Howell. I Special price on :Men's Clot the organization nn offiriul v sit, All",. ; 4
--. --.. --- ---- -.--. Lewis having a special mes: '.nrr fir FOR SAM-2:.--7 head JorsiylloMoinniilih '
:Shoes: for the Family lit Greatly; ink o\eralN, etc. Aso! LadiesGarments them. They were honor guests Friday cow.s. 1"'. C. llollmgswftrtli, J

Krduted !I'rlc-Cn..h DepartmentStore. ; Gim: ham: and DressGoods. afternoon at a beautiful roivption Starko. INSURE WITHJOS I

Attend this :Sale.; I : Cash!; Department Store 1 given by tho club at the home of Mrs. ---- 'J
__ .. __ .__ .
- .. -_. .V. Z. Adkinx.' They also had a d lightf I I'OU SAUO:-40 ucro farm under win-, E. WILSON
Auto Oil), 80 cent value for 5 J 'I'1 visit with the club at J.lIwl.'y. To
fVl I D. .' Kni''l't" run ill inmmanfl"r tract, It! acres cleared; two miles STARKE, FLORIDA i
cents-Starke Harwarc Co. tf the Starko rump( Woodmen of <'a> th,-> Mill leitv" for O'-ala to visit north of Starke; fair buildings;

I,, tl.o World "fil" I tli" !S'n'f'onv n th<. ";oman'.. "uh th'rr'--(!ainenvillc $1 I; 00. Address A. (J. Green: Box" I GENERAL INSURANCE I

Men's $1.00 Dress, :Shirts; tion of the older I'n- fi*" "f tic '..r tin Sin 81. d-4-tf. FIRE-LIFE-BONDS-AUTOMOBILE '
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at 75; cents at Stump's Store. :: Villa, us deUrntcfrom, ) the1 treat' -- -- '

-- -- .. -------- lodge. [ t KIJ SALK:--7f.O acres black sandy;
Tate Denmark, of Raifojd, was a CLASSJflED loam, 4 1 miles oust of Starke, on 1..
visitor to Starke Monday and Tues fi j inch Stovepipe, 30 cent vif: Green; Cove route. $10 per acre. t '

Owner J. T. Xun/.oburg: Jrannis,
day. ue, 19 cents-Starke Hardware I
Ark. 1-4-lt. I :
',N'fc: CF tit A Wriliri FOR Fril ISSL'B. r.
Men's Palm Beach Pants, the best Co. CASH IN AIIV\N-'K --- .----.- --- I'
-going from $1.98 up. Regular $:;.00 I '-'- --- "d.t x r/l>rn>i.rt. Innrrlrif under thin hud '
value and up. Cash DepartmentStore. E.: K. Perryman, a student in the muMt hv paid In advunr No dv.rtl.eminl'nr CAlm OF"1'11A5K8: BOOST Home State by sending '
law school, and the coach of the Uni- on. mention fur I... thiln 21crnlv. your ,
We wish to thank the good people
rurlnatanrtt A 10-word ad.o..I.on'.no
baseball Sunday "
---- -- -- versity team spent Inirrllon will b 25 . II tar of the entire community for their
r nl ; non
going at I with the home folks at Starke.-Gainesville Mail orders Florida House l
Axes $1.75 to t;
Kelly a
lh>n ono lnrraen will b* fhargtd for it I kindness and untiring attention given your
$1.25 at Starke Hardware Co. Sun.Beautiful. ml word. Nothing chirod.WANTED us during the long sickness and death i 11 1

line of Ladies and Children's - -----" of our beloved wife and mother; enpe- I I Our Service has given us National prominence t
colors do thank the attending phymcian "I
all daily we
Beautiful line of Silks Hats at reasonable prices at I I 1
plaids, at Stump's.Mr. Stump's. \\'AXTED-Pine logs: cypress logs; for bin- medical skill, such also I' 4
thanks those who furnished
all Circsa
and sizes. Mff.
----- -- grades
and !Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson motor. Wallace M. Wimberly of Highland, Co., Jacksonville, },Ia. 3-28-41. beautiful flowers. May Cod's richest. FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
ed to Lake Butler and Raiford Tues Florida, registered In the College of blessings rest on you all.A' OUR

day. Engineering: week. b1 r. W'mberlv; WANTED-One million swept potato U. Surrency and Family I
was recently discharged: from the U. plants, Nancy Hall, Red Providence LEADING I
25 sacks seed potatoes, Red Bliss, at S. service and was sent to the University Triumph, Porto Ril'o. My price KPISCOPAL d
special prices. Cash DepartmentStore. of Florida by the Federal will interest you. See me. T. 5-. LINES Complete Office Outfitter J

board for vocational education. Williams, $turke. 444t. Services for next 5unday11 -
Gainesville Sun. - -. -- .-- a. m., holy communion and ser Toys and Athletic Goods t
Hoes, $1.00 Value, going at 65 cents LOSTI
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at Starke Hardware Co. Full line of Ladies and Children's I 10 n. m., Sunday school.! Artists, Surveyors and Draftmtn" Materials! ;
.u White Shoes' and Pumps. :Stump's.; I o<:T- Two ICiroc/ Jersey pigs ono 7:80::! p. m., even sung and sermon. I
!Monkey Skin Work Shoes for $LA9 male and one female, unmarked ; I, The Rt. Itev. Edwin G. Weed will KODACS. Photograj Lei tltU
for Saturday onlySlump'sRev female has three Will ',
I -Special Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DeyrDrulele ears. pay officiate and preach. You are invited i
reward for A. A. Under.
1 of reload money If PAZO OINTMENT: Mil recovery. I I to the services Thermos Bodies ( [Razors !
and Mrs. Alfred Evenden. 10 cure IILhlnil.: Blin.l. Olredinilcir, Prulniclulil Flirt. hill, Route 3, Starke. It M. M. FRYER: Safely
Lawtey, were visitors in town Mon instantly relieve' Itchinit" Pilt 1 and u' fan 9reatfiil < .
: Rector.VOOHMKN
ili"-: c tlm her ei-f'1-j.tion.' ' r >
day. FOUND I .- -- -,,- We carry complitc aleck in a'l cur Lies:
-- ---- .ooI '
Ask to lire the line of Ladies Skirts 'OUSU-I have taken up at my placea \ ::' CIRCLE KINO: :' OR- Printers Lithograrhers; Frpra\ is a!
Building | I
and Waists going at such low priceyduring hlnrk home mule, about H : OAMXKII:': :
the sale at the Cash Department I Repairing I old; mouse colored nave Owner '
Manufacturers( of I I cal S fl"
t rl I This in to notify the ludion of Starko cere > n
Store. Quigley Lnmber & Supply Co. | I may have same by proving owner !
-- --- --- -- --- shin and praying exponm of fend and vicinity that we are orpanmins
Linseed Oil regular $2.2: value I "Estimate Cheerfully Given"; a"J ndvertisinif. A. O. Strickland re Woodmen Circle here, and have reduced "

for $1. J-! Starke Hardware[ _J Toutu, Starke. It rates on for a few d.iyo. After, /. w ft .'
: : I .. organization will be mjjulnr rat'". I
I : ;; ; - '- ----
"7:1t tt na 1C'-tlCe: : ry"rII
Co. lllrtilJtnrnell "FfJ S\I.K Anyone Inti'rcstfl will jAi'*** notif; 1

___y__._. i I I.OWNF.Y'S I'M PR'S "I. _. __ us and we will be glad! to furnish arty i'r'r l'

i i'I: i The QijiHpy Broom Company have 'U FRESH CANDirs l 6 i for M.KMiI-h: cow; jowl fresh. ..r.I desired: information.We sr rin.vrart uok : !I*
secured the services of Mr. Wm. ;M"" I W. White. Starkc. 4.j.2t. would like to have your appli ..t.

den of Vln-'an'-P. Ind.. an einnrt In :, Coma Tot : -- . cation.
the broom business and their fatorvis V. A* BF.SSENT > FOR A l.f-11): barrels corn of th i W. W. n.\I IRDKX.T. : 45-49 \\'. Bay St. -:J f.. <'r I ;d ,! '

out fine line of first '- 1 F! r'i'a "; .
bt'v turning: a 1' nt \It ri.ty at $ pnr D. I'ROCTOK.
1 class brooms. :arn I InctINC'r.wU'1f) it'>Ziifrraf4rlrltitip ; ;< t tart"I. II. O, Molt.: It 1-;. W. HAY":!:>. l- -:=' -'
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-pidec-miti'-t: which ind'I .lell tlw' rust CAKKLKSSN'KSS; = RESULTS IN 1 A. I 1). Andrews, I'.aiford. I}

II Bradford mite of citrus. The best remeiry for FAILURE:: 1 J. V. Jones, Hampton.-Adv.I .
I County'FarmersIOUNTY l any of these m.tfs; la some form of -'
| sulphur. That is _liy we say "Feed IJ. A. 1 I -

)Free sulphur' lol'lome at its compounds Thomas' Hog Powder according to "Our fivll year old son 1'aul took a

AUKNTS'; It KI'OKI'S lut,1'111'c"P., which thru the wear | wh'>n in October :Novnmber and may' be isi'ii by dry 1 tUwctions .. IK) NOT FEED IT SLCP1'Y I severe cold last winter that settled on

u-nd, J., to leave. tho sharp projecting December tin acre of this arop will or in the form of a spray. Free sulphur but m'" it with ground feed and his lungs anti] he hail terrible coughing

UkalooKI! County' : The farmer8 "j i ithm r points on the. inner margin of the furnish feed for 20 hogs for :<0 to 4idays. is one of the I tVjst remedies Itis ( moisten with just enough water to Rpell!:,s. Wo were gttinlworried! about

county Kconi to be moro interested 1 Ir.wr teeth und the outer margin ofi slower in action than'* make u crumb!y mass. Then each hog! him ns the ined.cine we gave him did

than usual in growing uuch crops us i tnc. uppeiH. Or. /fhn Spencer voter- '1 some of the sulphur coinpound*. often gets n beneficial dose. :Sue:; full directions not h.>lp him in the least. A neighbor'

corn, oats t sweet potatoes field peas,,, i nar inn ut the College of Agriculture'i &KAMNA'lupoI/J; l KY IltNTS"Infertile [ I taking two or three clays or more. to on package.! Your money back upoke so hiuhly of Chumlx>rluin's

velvet> beaiis, sugar cane and peanuts., -./ >H that where homes an found until I' I do it* work but it remains active for if you lire not satisfied. Coi irli Pi nu'dy that I got a bottle ofi

] hey are Lcginmng to figure on cot ;iifty with try clnhty coatu and Krfg: Campalun" j a long' ; time frequently] two or three .:Jell! ty. i, it. ;ind th,' first dose benefited him

ton ad a surplus crop. And they are h.tlc\.uund\ t, with frequent swcBing of I wreks, and usually kill, the mites II j J. C. Manning Starkc. <> much that I continued giving it to

bpg-inning to look mor to hog ranting th.U'tr.s un.l Kcrutche.i no time should I I'o not forget thaf- the "infertile egg! : I Sulphur!: cnn bo applied! dl'yand diiven | Douglass & Knight. LukeCutler.. I h'in until he was cured," writes Mrs.

to help in money matters.1'ulnum I In' lost in examining! into the* condition I campaign" will soon bo on. It begtna into the vines by hand, or shaken into W. L. ()\ (erfetruet. Law toy.' Frank Crocker) '. I'lina: 111. Adv.
''of the mouth. When nhiitp tei'th arc- j. at onco with the clasp of the hutch I the \ine thru a closely vnven cloth I

County: The thief topicin '! found, accompanied \IJY laceration of I ing season: Just as noon an the last or n perforated, cnn. I --

this county right now iu the polatocondition ''the tontrur\ nmt, chi-eku, the ti.-cth I'jffiT i ill required! to bo. incubated! the |, It is bi-tter to mix three1 parts I ofi I K. O. PAINTKK FKIJTIL1ZKK COMPANY

and future. Tho farmers Aliould. I lu* dressed: carefully with pro- j roostt'r should, be killed or ;yardednpnrt ) ,' dry sulphur with one pound. of hydrated .
f rS { 1.'lur hIli
have been busy applying mtratu of |ll'r fluutM' itnd the fending: points from the hens. Do not be care- j liriw. The lima can !loll bought j ; >oiivHrf'

soda, which in bflievuil will increuao tiled, off.: Much ratiplnj; in not necen1jnry les-s about this ai it !means money | or lie muda hy adding' ; :32 pounds ((4 [ I'Vrlili/r-rs I lascHic-iilrs; ;'! Sprnyors' Poultry Supplies!

the yield materially, The fu-IJ.l16 Ira ; n.-ily Hiit'fii'irnt to remove the J losses. gallons! ) of vrntcr t'i every 10H. pounds .
'a. U-t iim.Liciur f-.r.
.For 11'1
thirty have
> 'c. > i \ in is .Milewe''' satisfied *
.. gviu-rftl continue t''> look .splendid.. liurp points. 'Ihe rilouth sliould be ;, Dr. N. W. Sanborn, extension poultry of rjuicklime. Mix hydrated lime and toners >n every' c.uuniy i T :.cnJx cui
Many farmciH plan to put in extra I IJ svv.ililied out a Tew times with u borax husbandry of the extension ;'jlphur thoroty.Thf .
f(\'ri. 1".." 1\.1( li .. I is I. Priri'S "h i ii ln.
r H its vi.Ii: tjualift
R"ril' /
, forage eiojw this coming year and I /arid alum solution. Hull an ounce of i i at Jninesvillo if vcs the following best results will he obtained byimplying

J;;. finish elf !the hogn. '1 he pl ntlnff of I t'.ii'h to u quart of w.iter is strooif'' seasonable hints to poultry- the Hust at night or in the -

.. Soft fi'cdrf should h' men: iMl\, mornim_ Whonr_ ,. .. thn .. / .. .._ ,
I'tiouirh. trtit
. 1t'"UIII"'>! is ,ncoiaaged utid thf? fttrm- ; pro- m .iilr... ... '._. *_ ,- -_:-':'"' -o _- -
' j'' cl'" readily ruipoml.Ud'iisiin v iK-rl! for, K few days.VAI | DC sure and I start. a few standard ,.i.. .1 l the plants are ''net with d,w, us F, ..:.....:C._". : : = -I
i I-red chicks this .!>ri.IILt. Blayrm you the' diut ndhrros better, then. It ,

< '"ulll)' :Mure cane bing \ KUMii:: ONH.NKKl:. :. fllVCIVX. huh,,(/ wise' I'no'I.11tu'.. ha"'j don"i iirh.s rir-tlcr ,,hen the nivhln arc I I"I i

E.. I "hll. "d thun In-fore. The farmcmh TlOV thioefoie.; \itt h., ." e\ei-ytl'ing: to mo"->r. and the i!'uys b-ight and sunny I I, I

I v# all of tin* r si-eel' \ rr'iuly fur pUntiitg I gain, little: to lose, i' jou own standard f' r 'under" thecondition., ." the ex&Ja'iuii -
\ In watr rnielons they j jhllul,1 I 1"l'd" stocl. : of the You Profit By
except IMUIIS, whuh: they find dif- planting; sulfhur,' take! place !moreuipidly. '
!. j;.... : I ncult; to obtain. Some FnrinerH cooperating , be so arranged; that they maybe I Once1 in u whJ1"! .t person makes t'te', As a spiay, t com cne to fivo 1\\ ; !
in Ui(- buying[ fcitilizer/ eultivuti d! f rr<|ucntly. Trwy .should j mistake of crowding too many eggs pounds of sulpliir to fifty galloirit of : :

:I .1:l lots direct from the manu rmt be planted in rinsed, hills becjcusethn ,j I into an incubator. Don't crowd eggs, water. can be u.ted. I :!il''

I '!1; in facturer.carlfn County aijcntH' have assisted oil will dry nut quickly. If thej I':I i chicks or hens. If you d-s you lighten Of the compounds of ,sulphur, limeulphur !! i Our Bigness III i;
before"planting I !
'I'l II in this work.Suwnnnee hilN 11""ro pK-pnrrcl 1 ome! limn your bank account.It is one of the best. Use about I \
;:, ) :, th'nmay not be sufficient .! is a great mistake to hatch too "no gullon( to severtB}' gnllony.. of ql'I !
. I County : :More winter I moisture retained to germinate the many chicks. A hundred/ chicks makes waterUs/* either the commeritialproduct I I. '

.. Ir '04. hurt been done this year than "e<.'r mix tight pounds of lime "

""1 plowing, before. Owing to various' perhaps, to plairf in a furrow. takes a large/ .house when mature. Figrure and eight pounds of sulphur. C'nuer 11,1, Our size enables us to :- .I! I II
, ; ever: /, ,
ahead how
J and market for the peanut The University of FIorfAi extension f ninny you can care the l lime with aiiout six quarts of I ,.
trouble poor .
,. the! acreage will be reduced toKom" 1 division recommends frequent cult!' ntioti I for, can feed, can house, and! stop water;. ansi as th> mixture beginS to Furnish cash markets for all livestock "
should.hI.e i when I''
i hatching reach that
intoj for wntermrlomn. They you nearly
This will be put heafM add the sulphur slowly. WIi..nthe
extent. !
will shallow-running" : number. Don't let the null chicks offered: I.
with velvet beanH cowpoan! [ stacking is over, !. I corn The general opinion among tool, at least once a week: until the II!: get too hot, too coot, too full! -the first quickly by pouring; cold! water into it.COOPERATION minimum

the pcanuU.fanners ii! that hogs will be the II | vines cover the grnorul. At the lnt I ten days. .-- Operate at costs; I

I for market. cultivation some hay crop should be !, --- -- PITTS MONEY INPOCKETS : in business of
Hafent crop I planted between the ro<'ws. LAMli ANI MUTTON: OF MADISON: FAKMETRSVThen Stay on a profit only

County: Truck and field The best watermelon land is the 2 cents on the dollar of sales;
St. Lucie well. Considerable cabb Norfolk sandy loam a fine soil with The difference of a few cents in the \ the farmers of :Sfndison C-ran-
crops' looking water-holding capacity. i <-ost of a pound of meat frequently determines Eliminate waste;
being whipped.Wakullu Considerable! ty sold carload of sweet potatoes
> now
" i 'gi In some places mefons aro plnnteit on 1, whether that meat appears
."' County-: A good' acreage flatwoods. On such land planting in on the table in many households. Yet cooperatively and by so doing saved Get the surplus live-stock products

; 1 \ will b<; plunteil in the Ivan hills may be advisable" to obtain, proper that difftrrenco *f a few cents just asfiequently $1 t.IiO:! they began to realize) the 6,<"nul'its from the West to the millions

of peanuts wcedem and two planters > drninag. I 1 is caused, by the limited of soiling thir prtxfuce in this of consumers in the East.
" ,1 section. by farmers ---. knouledge of the house-wife of the way. Thru the n.s-jUtnnec of
purchnseil !
. I have been r; now i NT; HICK IN FUMJIDA.Much meat wbich. she desires.Take 'nt I". K. :Matthews orders Baveliifn ,
I f' the past> week.( the cost of mutton and lamb; received for a number of theri

. County-: Cotton acreage : Land Otrr the State Suited to I it is Ktirdivl ns hi rh. But the averagebouse i itrs of potatoes. :Mr. Matthewssays There is No Menace in Size :-
If Hamilton reduced especially the This Crop wife who si> regards': it speaks 't.Eiat the coop'ruth'spirit is", growing; '

r will bo greutly' Increased' interest in only in terms,. of chops ami hindquarters ] in ;Mmlison county, and he hOI 's before .

"t Sen 1-.1:<1"1. quantities of eggs!!: :Many acres of land suitable. for rice ,, Tho foreU'| .rter of mutton i1. the season 'is closed to hn-ve the ,i As long as we are in keen competition .

f t poultry I.urge' \ Jacksonville and i grnviiripf! are scattered over. the entire .just ns dainty, Jnst ru full of flavor, entire riunty buving und, <,'PingnIl with other packers; II ?
\ I .1, Viwi: < ln'cn, whipped' to have been tate "f Kloriil.i. A. I'. Spencer of just Beatable in every wny if it isprwperly farm produce nod equipment] (oopcrntivcly. X

I ,,\ Tnmpu. Watermelons I'I Ihe Extension Division of the College I prepared, ft nlso is many . As there are hundreds of t''

J planted. nf Affrlculture, says that tho soils eonts cheaper per pound., - --- firms in the business;

IJi-iieh County: Heavy rains th.tlire\ suitable' for good!: l crops> of.i Your butcher if he is up-to-date, Colds Cause Grip and Inftaenza II I 1

Palm on the Kant side of the i ,ce are those having' uniform supI knows how to> bone nnd roll a shouldor LAXATIVE UROMO QinMNETuMcu: move the : As long as we handle only about I
damaged!: crops result Inn .... of moisture but with ..IraillngcI'rllvid",1 of lamb or mutton so that it mny ,be. .' There la only one "Bromo Qulaloe. 12 '
1,1i. I cent of the
county. This will and perhaps I so that there will be no nut into Saratoga chops or mndi,' into E. W.CROVC'S signature/ CD box. :'Mo. "I per ,meat supply Il'i r

larger:( acreage/ of corn stock. It will landing' water. The soil must have u roast of unusual sweetness.Hrceifers of the country and only about i I I ',
tho-, addition, to the peanut fair amount of organic matter.There of shoep have paid more The Great I 22 per cent of the meat that is .
considerably '
aUo Hild, a drained, ponds, thruout attrition. to. raising n better, flavored, inspected by the United' States '
acreage.llscoida aro many /: /
nnd sweet
the state that have the required( sod meat in the pa"t few years, nnd their Government

County-: Several acres of conditions. and as I a summer crop, efforts show clearly in the resultingproduct. Influenza Tornado I ; II

on lands there is nothing: better to plant in As
being planted long as our bigness is used to
tomatoes : :Some:: objectors to lamb and mutton
wurelamolI. than
of I Irish potatoes these, places Is
where crops. Citrus spraying: and cattledipping may: also be grown on drier say' that they cannot eat! it because About Spent your advantage it is now- Ii :

< ( full swing.t Increased, acreage lands, and when the ""nllonllIre favorable of the "wooly taste,'" and that they Put in its wake countless thousands and as it must be in the future
to sweet' potatoes and sugar!: cane good crops are produced, but know of no way to remove it. That; Is are left listless, coroless, weak and if we are to do a profitable busi I: I
( Merely of the wool
t Ibis season... there 1 is more uncertainty than in thuw'U'r ti case pulling pma .
over own *. If t the fell orlough I
--_-. soils, due to a lack of moisture your eye victim have been battered to pieces.!'
outer meml'Tntie, that the' business depends on the good I I
County: Hogs still doing particularly during! the early covers Nature needs assistance in rebuilding > :
Omnlt" One of the larger meat. Is removed there will be no will of those it No ,
fine on oats and rape pa turl' summer months. In some the system. The red corpuscles! in the i serves. large ::1
farmer: Bays "Rape is the thing for lakes where much of the water hasbeen "wolly taste. blood can be restored by taking No. business can prosper that is not '1''
next\ winj j taken out there i is usually a You are taking no chances: when 101 Tonic. This Tonie
shall plant ID acres contnisn iron :
hOJ('" I recognized as giving in exchange
order lamb. Tho hl'l1lthi'uI1I''s' and
you I
ial soil that will give
of ullu\ : which all
ter." A very extensive spraying pro- layer we know makes rich blood;
. will be carried out this y'lIr'l geoil!: crops. As such soils are usually strength-bujlding! <|'ialitie3 of thlilIJI"t I it also contains quinine which drives' for its earnings an equivalent ;.

U.grniti: T. Smith of Winter (:iarden has purfhnsvd thoroly seeded with weeds, the crop ha\e long: ""en'p.llni7.,1 by out the malarial germs and aids measure of helpful service.

I :' .1I new Cleveland! tractor and is : should be planted l so that it can bei physicians, who have prescribed its greatly in the restoration of the human
, (extensive use in the diet of convalescents. ..
tnking in HO acres for r"'IllIn,1 forage i cultivated during the summer. system. The magnesit in th''
\ I: :Much of the truck lands may beI No. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the Swift & Company U.S.A. ':
,' crops. I I I in after the winter crop These facts are worthy of yourtudied bowels ,
I U' planted! rict. I and rids the system of all poi .
The Farmers'" These soils arc usually < consideration. They have long and
1'natM County: is harvested. sonous refuse matter. Begin today
J''t l>i"iry Association' : \ now have 150 cows. t: well fertilized and produce good crops.In had that from the New England) and take it at least two weeks.At .

If A number of !grass demonstrations! many sections, particularly in housewife, as is attested by her con drug stores.

hftvP been started in several parts of |south Florida rice is preferable to tinued buying. I
The G. B. Williams Co.
made .
the, county. Preparations being: corn, especially where the truck crop I'J.
,. to liuiM a number of silos. The dairymen I is not harvested 1 early enough to plant WATCH FOR RED :SPIIJEKSA Sole Manufacturers 'J.

150 gallons of milk before April 1. !
are shipping corn Quitman Georgia ;
, ,
i Liberal Use of Sulphur Will Control
a day nnd plan to soon he shipping: On suitable land no fertiliser\ is I .
more than :,200 gallons a day.Ktivul iwci'ssnry. However, like every other This Pest II

,, - crop, good mature seed should he used, II II I I
Hed spiders
indication. of I isplanted. are n pest likely to I
I \ County : As an and nothing but the upland variety
the interest" nnd, confidence in the purebred If th" rice ill sown broa 1cnst 1- I irivo trouble during: the spring: months I

I litig one farmer visited, the past ., six pecks of seed will be sufficient. thru attacks on n variety of plants Expenses 85%
': among which are peas, strawberries.enns Why i
purchased, Poland in !l l-2:! foot vows, l *
wefk" nnd had just a If planted "> eitrus" and cotton. \ >r.rriHtffc.. To Stock Raiser II
They *
Chum gilt for which he had paid' $ IO() ,.only half that amount will be ncc.essury. : mny
nlso be found on violets nnd !
k camphor. .0.
Another showed, n boar which hebo Suffer?
.. The remedy prescribed for this. pest
I able' to -- -
of being |l'"r"\lI"
"iitcd .1. I It. !
by Watson etmologist at the
"i.. only lutlf, interest for $.100. 1 \K.\lt-\KOlIMl: : PASTl'UKS Experiment: Station is a libl'ralu"" of Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Aldcrson II
:. ,. 1 AM: >>> FKKIlS>> I'OK HOfi-s '
free sulphur or one of it* enmnnnmU.Infested \:. V'a., writes: ,
1' :Marion County: Crops in general plants become; gray-'and' ;i ":.\V daughter: . suffered i
such as corn watermelons' beans IIn.1f. The farmers of Florida: are espeenlly ''i,. i'd up in appearnnce ami finally tl'rrily.: She could ,
tomatoes look good.'! Spray machinery: interested this year in the pro-
''urn' yellow and ,1\\". J'easvhen nt- not t'lrn In bed . tie! II .
I! is liuing oveihauled' to spray potatoesami 'n<'r hOI !pastures nnd feeds for, their tud".j -- - -- .-
other truck and garden' crops hogs. The extension division of the "become dry, mealy or "cob doctors: r ivo her up and
I of has issued 15ul- webby, cease to grow wilt down anil! we bnmt! her home todie. _
and, I citrus fruits. | College Agriculture
soon .Ii,'. Strawberries! turn !brown : Stic: I I.: id suffered
\ I I.tin N,). 17 by Prof. .\. P. Spencer.vhich .
and remain 1'1' 111 a 1IInd\ hard If ..
Tomatoes later examincd much at. Having
\ :\llInl\t.-e County : \ shows the best crops to plant
than usual on account of continued at the different seasons' when closely, infested plants pnr- heard cf Cardui! we I )
However the is1dning .II be, for l lt t cularly the under sides of the l 11'11\< ..sare .
1 wet weather. crop crops w ready feeding
th..S.\\ found covered! with web of
; nicely\ now. I t the number of hogs will a fine
( I nn iu-rti i
; silk under which the minute, yellow. ,
-- for a certain; length of t'me.
\ i,,h mites can be with tho
Liberty County: Some improvedmiulnncry I of the. bulletin may be had free byuldresing seen unaidedoye. CULTIVATORS i
Under ci iOUI
good lens
a one cnn r. adlly
in operation.More ;
is being put ; the I."t'n"iolIIji: "n of
( I' cane" is being. planted this year :I the College Agriculture, Caines-1 di.sccrn the eight-legged" :mlulMvhieh J JI
' \ are from red to green in n""lor l
than last.' There is tin extreme: shorttr ville. I
the bright red! rggs' and the whit FERTILIZER :DISTRIBUTORS
i (> of velvet bean.seed in this ollnty.'f I If so\\n during :March, Prof. Spencer I kins which were cast off when the
f -- I ays that t three pecks of sorghum Spider molted.These I
'1 ,.. H\l!> TKKTII: \IJSK IIOUSKS TO : sown broadcast on nn acri of land i sTfce Woman's Tonic
pests belong to i-nllod
> l.nSII.'USII I will bo ready for feeding. nround :May !i a group PLANTING PLOWS

10, and l will furnish! '
-- feed for 15 hogs'
The Molar teeth of the horse and I i for 20 to 10 days. Corn town during i;; The Cold 5trong better Withstand 1 nan the ho Weak Winter g'1"In to a faw Improve days the

mule arc situated in such a way that Mnrch in 30 inch rows should bl'i You Cox: continues, 'and had
,, during th> process of wear thru use, j ready! to feed about May 13.;; H will',| durance must to have IIgbt ricahh.Colds.Grip Strength and] Fn- r.o trouble at. . Cardui I I *
rows of sharp projecting points are take two pecks of corn to plant nn cured her, and we sins I .
lacerate When your Mood Is not In a healthy ls: praises everywhere. DeWITT C :
left which frequently the acre in this way. One acre will feed I i, condition end docs not circulate properly V/e receive thousands JONES
tongue: and checks. This Inflicts injury 15 hogs for 15 to 20 days. ,i, your system U unable to withstand the of similar many! letters
and retards the proper grinding: Two pecks. Of cowpeas per acre I i I Winter cold.GROVE'S. every year telling of the
? of the feed. The upper rows of molars will be ready for feeding June 1. One TASTELESS Chill TONIC good Car ul has done for HARDWARE

are placed wider apart than the low acre will furnish feed for 10 hogs I I Fortifies\ the System Against Colds. Grip wOlJ'eawho suiter: iron I
ers. Grinding Id performed with the for 20 to 30 days and should be fed and Influenza! by Purifying and Enriching complaints so common to Starke
when the first blooms begin to appear. '., the Blood. their BCX. It should da ,

The QfialiM That Dora Not Affect The !IkadBootuae 'I I It contains the well-known tonic prop C you dul3011: t00'I,
of Its tonic ,, erties of Quinine and] Iron In a form : I I
and Ininrlva .If" ( LAXATIVE For Fall Cf'\! I 1JRUUU QlJlNINK T.b.u> can bit u..o acceptable ID the most delicate stomach .'III.| Florida"l
t>:',inrocia wt Wli :lni i nrrvoiuar**or ringing says that cassava should be plantedin and Is pleasant to iXe. You cnn oon feel XXXXVsXXVsXN I.
April, In 4 1-2 foot rows. If fed I luStreojOieiuojl.Invigorating UTecL: 60c. Vi




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I )m\. APRIL .1.I I)1'J.!) 11H.\IH'OIW rorx'iv Tii.ECK\ru.: ; M-VRM\ ri.oitn) \ PACK; SEVEN:

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'HI E AKMKV :MISSING:; : will be pulihshej tomurruw. As an I ('.\:\ '.\Ki.Ns: ; &MMJKADIM I: HAYNES MTADDEN ------IMW- ,
inventi\c to enlistment the men will Postage Rates to be Ch.irced nt II...- j
Combing of Record Romills in Idcntificutioii I bo, offered early duty in Krunro as a tore the Duropeati: Vur.. i \\'n.hil1jltol1. M I nvhS.. :! ."Own" your
of :Many Buried I'nideatifiedWashington lolirf for men in( the expeditionary : own honii-" ,campiinrns have- boon 111- HEADS I CAMPAIGN I Hayca' '.
I forces who wish to return home. I I All postmaster; tire, in receiptof auKuratfd I in oiyhtt: ,',Ii's. it was
:March 27.-GeneralPerbhing ; I Enlistment; in this special force will instructions from Postmaster-Gon- nnI10UIll'f'r(! today by tho bureau of IN VICTORY LOAN : Hca/lng Honey
> repotted ttulay that there be for thico yeai'i.' Tin; men will be ernl Durleson which will be highly public \\nrUori p.irtincnt: of labor.
are still 5,500 officers and men of the foncentruted l at Camp( :Meado, :Jlary-\ The cities include Charleston, W. Va.,
cpeditionury forces listed as missing. land and !probably, ( will be sent overseas appreciated, not only by business: ChicuRn i .Iiu'k'-iitivlllo, Kin.. J. 'nch. Widely-Known Financial; Editor Succeed I Stops :

The total compares with the Uritihh ,; in l'ullting'nts ,000 strong. I men but by the general public. burg, V'n., Philadelphia nml l Scranton, W. C. W.irdlnw Who Becomes -
officml figures of 1IJ1.SOO; missing and', - S -- |I Th.;! former rate of postage on first- I' Va. i iI TherTicM
the French' of :90,000.! () I I, 'imurii I :. l,; 'io 'IIIK I :EMORY orMUS. | class matter including postal and 1 -- ---. I' -- - I Associate Director' : I r
All of the 5,500 names have boon> : la..1ElW: II III I If those who lIre wrhnKlinjitho 01'1
cards will bo restored) 1
post July ,
published as>' missing in ca,'unity lists I I, locution of hard rOll<11I w.II abiindon l. Ilnjrnes Mcl'adi1-\ of Atlanta put
issues the general soul. 1\u..kinA's! ofgrave \\'e your committee, request leave 1U10.! tho idea thut u good roud can be \Usher rf the Southern' It.mXiT: lint ,
in trio centralized cemeteries in to ,Miibiint the following, tribute. ; Upon all matter of the first class built I h'I'I' 11111 It'" door, I hOVe may bi'en appointed clmtrin-m of the Heals The Throat I
France is supplying ahltional: idcnt-i! i Whi'reu" it lias pleased the Alwise postage will be charged at the rate of hiSDMI" l possibility of foinunir j new ex
firationi in mnny instances"' and registration Ctcatorhuse, ways art past' find two cents for each ounce or fraction i rood di '(11' <'t" und floatiiiR bonds for I'culheI1II11It1t.o for (lie Sixth Pod- Cures Tho Cough
out, to call beloved sister the hnd I of tlu, mnin rondm oral District In the Ixmn
is being carefully studied.,! i ing our : mirfnnnir ( i Victory campaign Price :33c.
Re-examination of gravc registration -I Mis. Jonie Ward, from her earthly thereof; and drop letters shall be t lii' |i'ti>i"-"il I ilitrirts.I I Adosir! It van thin 1111",1 I thl.s vvn-U by I '1'

rcpoits and also] of hosp.tal, : records home to thut home "not made with mailed af the rato of two cents per :.ble as It might bo, it is inipot Governor Joseph .\. ItlvCorul.,\ heuj of A rnrr: : ; rnx eg I\
I n f.ied. to hy (General; IVrshing hands, eternal) irnd in the heavens." ounce I or fraction thereof I i inilu ing to oon\tit\ on i .' |1"\ I 1I1l1l111 tile I'oun- "
was aid by oflU nils at the war depart She wus a daughter of !Kev.: 1'. M. the delivery! at letter-carriers, o'I ices, ty I into u nmirnif I ce nt hai-d-: "urfacoilhitrhwtiy the clMiliH. war loan oiKani/.tlUm. I llo GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE '

mint to explain] the "killed in ac and :Mrs. Katie KIKKS, and was burn and one cent fur each ounce or fraction I I Iliinifay i 'Ad\ertiM 1 . sllt'Cl'r.bV.. C. \\','itliaw, {ulrm.m i for (Opens the TDITS PCUelr&I )
tion" and "wounded) In action") casualties September 7, 1HS5;;, died October 23, thoteof where free delivery by I -- four IIUC"I'I<-.I'III campaign:; i, II I I.0 I h.ii. & '
.still lip 1H'llril1in the daily' casualty I li8.! All was (done that medical skill carriers is not established. The drop Kobert" \Vhiddon: living north of been etude associate director and ussl.xlant For Chest Colds IIc.ul Cold:! tid j : 'A\

IIMsi nt out by the department. | and hands could do but letter rote for local mail Ic; outgoing Mooro I Ila\ ell and\ son: of a 1lI'<>l1Iilll'nl l to Governor :MrCnnl In I ih. war Croup ia enclosed\ with every l L. t- j
Tlv- lit: 'it sh war of fire, General Per- nil I I was in \ UI n. I Death) hastened to ,: letters, 2c. vnttli1 ni.uiont to Tampa I oiu I' day tic uf IIA YLS': hEALING IKJN1.Y: I I
loan work. Mr :M I'addon! 'has' l h 'on
shing's icpoit! fluid hruj adopted the execute his stern decree, but she was PostiiRi.' on letters" deposited I in rural \last wu-k. niul 1 RUM'lf up to tin-.
policy of considering twenty-six weeks ] replied, to go. Her christian chuiac- or sta r.l'oute boxes or mailed" to U n iteil. S t"tea authonlion i in I IIII' fid I active I In furmiT' i.impnign I, >. al't, vv.n You get the CniiUh Syrup nut! tt.! S 'I've:
in the c.i< t> of an officer and| thirty 1"1' is clear and bright. To overcome pirsona who are served I by rural or oral I tiding I t and was placod i untIe vice ..111111'11/.111 In Uio. fourth LJlivily for oiiu pru' ii. :.1 J.;''C. '4 -
weeks fop, an tainted man as the leng. the alluiomentj of the wurltl and to "-tar-route cc criers, shall be charged $:!,UIIII)( 1 utiti. The chaiKo vas fl"lliu.itii.inif Loan 1111 v o. M,ule. i'i'iitutteiitli nnd Cii.t ranteet la ', .
th of t me' aft -r, the man had been recorded live a life of purity she stopped at at tho rate* of two conM !for each :a tSovornmoiit ni.ul o.irr'icr 5'C. the 1'ulilio by sitPuria

as mis ,inr\ before ,death I is presumed. the fountain and washed herself ounce or fraction thereof. \\hilo i I thc later was I in di-.i-hait1 I !tll'llicilll_' -- _nun! eomnallv_____._:n__ //l;.
In the 1'rrnch army, he said, wh.Ur than snow. 1 Kouli/.in that the'' -- of ll t duty, and 11111111 to bIt"e nli-nm I .t I Icil I\l.lIIufh.turcrll ofGrove's ::1"'
no definite period hud been fixed. time; for her to depart out of this \\IIOUSAM: : 1'1:101'11.1.: : men(; tlu. -aid carrier i \vhilo .irryt nmail.
Accurate 1'"lirnuh''I't; world wns 1 near! she! called! for some :! Tasteless Chill!! Tonic ,) '.

"- ;-0.0; aicur.ite estimate of unreported vinegar to drink that she might die \\'& -hilll'ton1111'h: :JS Wholesale! -_.- .- -- v 'EftEllro SN ..tIm I

deaths can be liiven" sail General; in imitation of her Sa\ior's dl'l1th' prices though showing a downward Only One Gu..&.. .. -- ""ft'report.. "There are how- on the cross Some vinegar was trend this jeiir, remain nuuli higher A :Nosy" Yorli i Unit\'!' xn>x I th-it, nlieni HIS STO( 't.\l"lt 'luorni.i) : ; o\iu) : .
ever. ;>.:;no) missing to be accounted 1 brought. ; to her mod: with water., but than thobe of n year ago it was disclosed wll'i- lnUiv< tIIt'Iy! from, I 10., i. IIUKtiiiud's -- -- ,.
for, all of whom have been reported ho refused to drink it, and requestpure today by the ;March 1 issue>' of )1'.1'1: [ |I.< i Is 1'iilliUil i u 00PIT John 1 K. linker, Blltt tIe! ('rl'('}', :t1 rh., .Ii
Washington as missing. I Reinter vimu'ir which was brought to the monthly labor review of the depiirtmert ("('nl di':",\\ I 1,01:, :\. ( IT i'''ur-i, lit* I I. \\ rite 4 : "I \\.n truiilded) yith heartluirii It
ment of bodies removed from isolated. her, and she! drank some of it and' passed of labor. Food, clothing nnd tint \\ h.11 dors tutu pMM'V I >,nis,, he ,indiKestioii. and, liver complaint: "
graves to centralized cemeteries is bejond mortal vision. Today! no metal products were reported ,showing Ri't Itt l 'Mr :t it u time. KI:' 1111 Ii, 'noil; until I h ii.iut IIHing- Ch.imlii'rlain's: ,
furnishing additional! ntificntion doubt she is with her Snior, and, the greatest declines in the lti>t nnu at a (HUM -\Vnslihiuinn llt-rull. i 'I'-\dtlt" ., then my troulde was mi'r." ,
of death-, hitherto from the Jasper l walls of that bright two months.. "Wholesale linda in the ,
reported as mi"s" l1A'. --- -- --- ----- II'Y' 'MI "in, tKiuliIid, with intIigi'ttiitit' ,
This is -specially true of relmnals of and eternal city she looks down. Un.ted Mates: bhowed a downwind 4k tIll trial. ,.1 ,
M "MI tipiii on triv: m u
bodies i I Silo was buptuid into the fellowship tiend with the !beginning of the new .. .
igmally i huned by allied I I I units I l 'llnv will! do I you tfoml.d" \ ;
to which American troops were at- of Missionary: Uaptist: ,ihurch and >'ear," said the 1'\ i'w. Cotton corn DAY 1I
tached I identificat being either \*te; a faithful membi r of the Oak outs hulos' tpbncco, butter, eggs, laid SJ tiFMISERY
incomplete or imperfectly registered Grove Baptist church up to the time bacon, woolen goods bur iron, eopper, -I
at interment. I of her death, nail, was loved and re- steel oak and popular lumber were
")>"Uth9 of American soldiers in ppwted by all of its members. She listed among important articles, whose
French hospitals, of which only mea lover her neighbors and always hud prices were less in January than thepreceding .
gre and often incorrect records are on I a kind word for them. One of her month. Cattle potutoeu I i

file, are likewise disclosed by reburialof nohle qualities! was hospitality, which soap, and whiskey averaged higher, I J.11.
these bodies resulting in complete : she practised. She fed the hungry while hogs, canned goods beef, sugar
identification of casualties previously and gave drink to the thirsty. Ministers and milk were among those that remained Haynea McFaddcn: '
reported as missing. of the gospel seeking rest and refreshment unchanged. ,
"Each company or other unit of the found a welcome at her Much Suffering is Needless.Get A very 'large proportion of the counties COFFEESBest ,\
'. American expeditionary force has home. She was an affectionate companion SOLDIERS IIF.LD ON CHARGE OF Relief Without Fear! In the Southern States have adept-
: heretofore been furnishing and a devoted mother. She I DAMAGING: A CHATEAU ed the Individual quota system for the
list of officers and men a carried complete ai loved her children and taught them to I Don't Lay Awake in Pain. Victory Loan, and expect thereby to t ti
4 missing up to February 1. All units love the Lord. She leaves a father and I Newport News, Va., March 29.- distribute the Investments In .. urt. By Every Te
?S are required to display such list in mother three brothers five sisters Battery B, which includes many south ties ever wider craun.Uy\ this *ys- i
places accessible to members of command a husband and five children to mourn Florida men, and the supply companyof tern every citizen will bfl assigned a
for the purpose of securing casualty their loss and cherish her memory i> the Sixty-fourth Coast Artillery SlEEPTONIGHT definite quota which he In. expected to GIRLS LEMON JUICE ;
information from every possible We extend to the bereaved husband Corps. which has been at Camp Eus- take jtut a* states and counties hare CHow
1 ; source. This expedient is resulting in W. C. Ward and family our heart tis pending investigation of claims of their quotas. This will\ b4II based oa IS SKIN WHITENER i
J locating hitherto unknown graves and felt sympathy. 'I the French government for damage bill Income and property, and will be .
t I! identification showing present status Funeral services were conducted by said to have been done to a chateau subject to change by a local HUpraMrommftre To Make a Creamy Beauty ,
and whereabouts of many battle casualties Rev. L. W. Kickliter and assisted by at which men were quartered in If be fei-l bin quota has Lotion For a Few Cents. ; .
Rev. Thomas K. Postell The body France, are now en route to Camp been (Ueil at too high a Oicuru
The juice of two fresh lemons strnind j
Why Identification Has Been Difficult was laid, to rest in the cemetery at Sherman Ohio for demobilization. It In previous campaigns l counties < into bottle containing three ounces !'I'
"Consideration should be given to Oak Grove to wait the morning of the is understood the captains of the two which anvil tbe Individual quota' plan of on u 'hard white makes a whole '
the fact that method of warfare I resurrection. companies will be held in service went over HIP tot| quIckly and by a f
as'l'] I pint, of the most remarkable
well as the extent of terrain foughtover Respectfully submitted, }pending further investigation. The Adults Take one or two IUK" rnUl'IIilllllltoul plac'lng this bur-. lemon Hkm] lieautiller, at about the cost
THOMAS K. ('hm.AlRA the len or 'wavy Inveslweuts. on COlli '
k-nt POSTELK damages "' against companies -
'xct'pt'onal difficulties todisioxory of one must for a small jar of the ordinary -
Tablets I pay
"Bayer Aspirin"with ,,
and burial of dead, Durial I lAM t STAKMXC, Com. will be collected pro-rata from few all'I Ii 1'1I1oro.: This cold' cream C'aru should, Itotaken ,
frequently HENRY: AUSTEN.: officers and) men. water. If necessary, repeat I'Ilin lIIakl' I'v.'ry '"tIll Ct'", "I'lain that .
parties the mission .
completed > . to at( rain the lemon juice through;
--- -- ''tie, itelglittor uhn I I. his IIhlLroor
under heavy fire and often could dose three times a day I ; tarrying" u line, cloth so no lemon pulp> gets I In, I
ORDERS I'IOVIIII'HI( ) : : Y' ; I'KACK: W. ).'. \RTLETT the lhIlKa'I' ,,,Ii I 0 hilts country
only be dune urder of for
cover d I irkness after meals. the ntliis) ;' lotion will keep! fresh
I STRENGTH( ; .-(0)<',()())0Washington
thus difficult ----
making identification and -. . - months> livery: woman knows that
often impossible Robin-mis are now I Oaktield Ga., !May 10, 1H7.! For Pain Colds "''''lOll juice IH usoil! to bleach ami 1 remove '
furnishing; means of identification in a ; March 29.-Orders Old l Kentucky Mfg. Co.. How Spain Got Name. such blemishes IIi freckles Riil-
majority of such cases. For this reason I made public today by Gen. March Paducah Ky. Neuralgia Grippe Spnln I ftymoliigli-iilly.I I m"IIIII' RII\\)- luwni' '' .and tan,, and, is. lhi, iileat skin
grave registration and chaplain chief of staff provide for the organization Gentlemen: Toothache Influenza! Colds hit I'enltiHiila. Tliu word la, according .softener vvlntencr and beautifier.
1 of the regular at Please allow to state that I ) to pioil I iintliorllv.I derived from
reports", are being again Im'l'Rtgated.: ; army a pence me vi Earache Neuritis t. viti! Got; three ounces tit
A small percentage; of such reports investigated i strength of 6(OHOOtJ)!> officers and men soll your hog cholera remedy for one be I'I uti(' Slnifiin rabbit. Tills I nnl- I in." hard'' ''ut,. nt nny drug. store nnd .'
are proving to be cases of under plnns that are a radical departure season and\ have ordered, more for this", Headache Sciatica tutu IoIIH'I"'y nuiiiproii. In the Iwii lei, '. from the grocer anil make .
American ,dead previously unreported I from the pro-war establishment. season. I.nst year I ,sold it to 12 or I IS; Rheumatism Lumbago COIIIII\,, |I .fll'll'i ill'"IrilNlMU I u\ llll, up u qualll'l' pint of this sweetly f rag- I ,
as such. As rapidly as idlntifcati"n: i I I The effect is to carry into the peacetime men who raise hogs. I told! each of ('croiAl'i'| ? i nil fenelK, u--n. ki j pt to runt mon I lotifn and massng( it daily :< ,
can be completed from information I I establishment the "une army" them to take the, remedy feed it totheir Owned by Americans dt'I l\ < ''ll I,. "i'' ,,,IN ..I.' ill' >"ti,. t u I I i.."li4Ve t tI into the fact neck arms and ; .

originally filed or subsequently obtained organization; which absorbed regulars hogs nnd l if they lost a 4 ngI'hog \ 'Ini'l'. Hi, .1,1011"'' ) I ti' 'h" i, it"' hands' .-Adv. ((95)! 1. :
from possible national guard and national army from disease of any kind not t" That WorM femona'Ilii'erl'rorni" >i l I
correct -
every source
during the war into the army of the cent for the remedy, but SA original tab- ;'H'
me a
pro-i nt status< of each case is be- pay 'i filch tabletiirnimginiutiie. }Mil. Introduced
ing reported by cable." United States.. when they began to sell cotton everyman 1UOO.A .
Change in System of Issuing CasualtyList --. came in and, paid l me for the medicine
I SPRING.: 1919. and every one' of them told I me
The method if issuing casualty! lists that it wus the best hog medicine they
which has hitherto made them available I ( By Abbie Farwell Brown) over used One man paid,\ me for the ASPIRIN
for simultaneous publication in Spring once again! And we alive to small package and bought $."> worth LATEST ',&

all newspapers throughout the country see. more and said it was the best that ,
will be abandoned it has been decided To hear and smell the loveliness he had ever tried. / 7ff) }"ourII.tlsurc t .
upon, it was said today at the around; Yours very truly 't>;irin f I. the trftrl* mark of Itarr Mftnufae- 1
war department, because practically To share the joyous hope of every W. V. BARTI.ETT. Sure of Monoacrtiiauilciter of SeIIClIeac.d $2000 to $5000

4 all the casualties occurred in fighting tree, Sold byJ. Always insist upon the safe
have been reported and few remain And walk inspired upon the teeming -- C. Manning, Starke. I' Correct Perfect -- upf'rir I
except deaths from injury or disease ground. Douglass & Knight, Lake Butler. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. Fiihion Tit i TinKh \
- -- S.icisf.e.tionGUARANTEED '
" aince the signing of the armistice. But ah! Beneath the grass how many I W. L. Overstreet. Lawtcy.
;, Under the system about to be abandoned lieBeautiful____ A. D. Andrews Raiford.J. "ny! only.origin} B&JPTI pe.ekagea
the government has been telegraphing boys who did not wish to V. Jones Hampton.-Adv I n-'f--fjirirT Jd!,_
..... I'r'
the lists to Chicago and San die! I II
Francisco five days in advande! of pub OrovV. Ta.tele.. chill: Took MICKIE! SAYS J
lications. .Press associations have been On fields! of France the violets are mcon vitality and nerf y by parifyto4 and anilchln A RARE ;
distributing them by mail from Washington fair. . the blood. You can MOO fol k*Strwxthralnd. r EO.TOQ.$ 1 9 sooe FOGIV\ TREAT'I:
I Chicago and San Francisco allowing The skylarks sing above the broad . Iavliratto Effect. Prlov.%. cusses* OVJN KIN DIE AN. I In Latest Spring and :
: five days to reach all points. champaign.But I ( BEAT 'EM OUtEN ELEVEN ,
. This arrangement was necessary because where are they who walked and CALOMEL SALIVATESAND I '4EAct$' SUeCQIP1'IO "H'' I Wonderful Designs and Appropriate
I otherwise there could have been listened there MAKES YOU SICK I-441N THE EOITOQ'LL% SET S Colors. Real Smart Now
The hero-lads finds not DOWN AN' WRITE Dependable '
: no simultaneous publication of lists our spring ( HALF sk60ot I I'
as they were too long to telegraph to again ? /cca.uNu: W MAf A PINS ( Awaits Your Inspection and Approval I
every city and town. Acting Secretary They leave to us, who did not share Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts tItLLe THE DECEASED WUZ )

Crowell has declined to Issue the lists the fight Like Dynamite On AH' 4O'N; II.vliR..eoo.NI \' ( a BIG DANDY VALUES f
in Washington far enough in advance The earth's expectancy of green de Your Liver. c- KM6S MIN\\

' to permit all newspapers being reach light. Genuine Money SaversREMEMBER ;

ik ed by mail on the ground that the Calomel loses you a day I You know, '
Ut casualties are not "f.ghting": casualties Nay! They have Journeyed to a sweeter what calomel Is. it'. mercury: quick. .
! F and holding that they are in the bourne. ': )ver. Calomel !II daifreroua.. It j
same class with deaths in the navy or Where ghost of all the garnered i' crashes Into lour bile like dynamite. '
army camps in this country which are springs survive. 'I' rr mpinif and sickening you. Calomel
not formally announced.The With all earth's joys that never will 'attarkl the bones and should never he 42 Years or Expert Tailoring Experience 'ti,

war department will furnish return put into your ayitem. MI
Goes Into Your Master TailoredSuit
full lists for mailing from Washington And all the flowers that ever were I When you feel| biliout gluitdUh( conKtipated -
but they will not be issued for alive and all knocked out and h* When You Buy from the Master '
publication on any certain date and Where bird-song that have echoed I, ltfv you ned a d08 of dangerous.
may be published whenever newspapers through the years irnlomel Just rennemher that your drug ,tJ
receive them. The last lists is- :Make harmony too sweet for mortal grist elM for 5t) cents a lara hottlr
issued under the present system will ears. of Dod'on'i" Liver Tone, whirh I 18 entirely Ce Measured Today
be published in the newspapers of i I, vepefshle, and plen.nnt ti) tak '
April 6. Thereafter it is probablethat Oh what a radiant. company are they! and U a perfect mirntitute for intomeltf M. LEVITON I'J
only the killed in action will be Forever one with all that's newly U iruaran'e, -d to start V'",, liver
distributed by telegraph.U. I fair i without "irrin Oft of the heat and burden. of the day .
----- --- I ran not salivate. .,
Mc..1! Sales
S. SOI'NDS: CU.I FOR VOLUN- The blight of fall and winter's aged I Mon't tnlre mlomel'. ! It moke von Representatives ',.1'.
TEFRSTO GO .\ lW.\U care. work r>od'! _. .
on l.iv"l' Ton. 'I ,"11.),' r\ -.. - .
They are bright Youth, eternal blossoming i :
: I "n you r'irh''' "p wH VOlt f.el prPR' fS'1 1 .
Washington, Mir.-h 2' ..-An immediate ',;Ive |I' tn fh. iiiMren horniiw It
call for 50,000 volunteers for Beyond the wistful limit of our I I' "Pl"p"'r hirrneus tied rI".s nr>t .. T fAILOR ,
service in Europe has been prepared spring! v'lr.... ( f B--4% ) hY


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I hpiclcii-m.tos: which inclV.dos tJ""*. rust! c.\nlU: ':::;SNFS$ RESULTS IN' i 1 A. D. Andrews, llaiford.

Ii.k Bradford mite of citrus. The best remerfy for FAILURE J. V. Jones, Hampton._Adv...

I 'County'PartnersCOUNTY } any sulphur.of !these mt.e8; is Homo' form of j That is shy --s "Feed D. A. !1 TOOK A SEVERE- ("01.1>

.un.n _._ FI"-e( sulphur or sonic nf _ft__. nvni-n'_ Thomas' Hop Powder according to'' "Our five year .Id son Paul took n

I4: f AdKM'S1;; IiPOItTS: lateral sweep, which thru the weartcjiuK | wh<'n rape: in October, :Novambor: nnd pounds may bp'l.I""I'by/ dry dictions HO. NOT FEED IT SLOPPY I severe cold last Winter that settled on

., ----- to leave the sharp projecting' December, un acre of this crop will or in the form of a spray. Free sul- but m'x it with /ground feed and his lungs! and he had terrible coughing
,' Okulootiu County: Thu faiimrs of points on the inner! margin of the furnish feed. for :20 hogs for :HI} to 40 phur in one of the best remedies, ft i I moisten with just enough water to spells.: Wo were getting worried about

\ $ II. this county seem to be moro interested lower) teeth and the outer margin of days. .is i somewhat slower in action!! than'. make a crumbly mast Then each hog' him /as the medicine! we gave him did

',' than usual in growing such crops: : us tile! U/lPl"/ '>I. |Jr. /chn Spi-ticcr, veterinarian --- --.-- j some of the sulphur compound, often gets' R hl.'nl'flcal dose. Hue full directions not h:'lp him in 1 the least. A neighbor
e y corn: outs, sweet potatoes field peas, ut the College of Agriculture, SEASON; \1:1.1': ; I'OJIlllty[ HINTS !j do taking. two or three days or niore to on rllckll e. Your money buck spoke so highly) of Chamberlain's
r )\ velvet bouns, sugar cline anti )''eanutll. SIIJ.K that where }horses are found unthrifty I its work, but it remains active fora if you are not satisfied. ( 'DI. gh 1 Penitdy that I got n bottle of
V '1 hey are beginning to figure on cotton with dry dusty coats, and "Infertile I'gg Campaign" i long time, frequently two or three sold by i it. and 1 the', first close' benefited him

ar us a surplus crop And tlu>y tiro i !h.ilfl.ound\. with frequent. swelling of weeks, and usually 'kills/ : the mites.Sulphur J. C, !\IlIllning'Stlll'ke. ;, .1 much that/ I continued, giving it to
1, , beginning to look more to hug, rai- th- legs und scratches, no time should /Do) riot forget that tho "infc-rtilo egg I into can be applied'' dry and, dilven Douglass! & Knight I.u'eCutler.. h'in until he was cured," writes Mrs.
.,4 ing to help in money bttcrx.y I In- lust in examining into the condition campaign") will soon I lie> on. It !begins; lhe'inl'.R the vines by hand, or shaken into WI1 I.. Overstreet Lavvtey. frank Crocker'" Pan, Ill. Adv.
., __ I I of the mouth. When sharp teeth are! at ones with the close! of tho hatching -/ thru a closely woven cloth
laceration of !I season Just as soon as the last or a perforated can. --
I'utnum County: The chief topic ( found ui-compunied! liy
1 in this county light now IK the pot, +ttu'T the bogus i and rlifi'l, the teeth : egg/ i-s required to be incubated thee I It 1 is batter to mix three parts i.f I K. 0. PAINTKK: FEKTIL1XR1: : COMPANY
rooster should 1 be killed] or yarded dry sulphur. with one pound. of by.i
condition und future. Tho farmers. should I" dressed eurefilllj:, with proper ,Tii I.1.a.cun' ill.! J'lornliiI'Vrtilicrs ) )
have been busy applying/, rutratu of floats, and the orf'ndrlfo: points/ apart from the hens. Un nut bp careless I| drotod Ilnw The lima can !I.. bought l ,

{ soda, which is believed will Increase I tiled' o T. lluch rusping is notiry npc-., about this as it means irioney | or he mud. hy adding,' MJ: pounds ((4 I : Iiiie'c'ioi'i's/; ; Siirnyors, Poultry Supplies

the yield Tho fluids! in .:> ; mily i Hulucicnt to remove the i I| losses gallons( ) of wnter txi every lOil\ pounds' I . , .
'p materially a .for llliny .n' Iu.'' b. i i "i innf' .wn.' K' f.rii'prs" 'if. I il"is italc' --we have radtlrdCu. .-
{ I. general, continue to look ".1,kndid. limp points. 'Ihe mouth dwell.! \\iu Dr. N. W. Sanborn, extension poul- i* quicklime.| Mix hydraled limo unit lun .n every r.ouniy' i f ;,'tt,'..

Many farmets' plan to put in extra'd, nut it few, times with u borax arrrk0 try husbandry at! Ciumesville; of, the extension Ihe following sulphur The thoroly.! '\ .ri',. I:,,- i.oir.l. tile? I !>>(t. I tile'nt, > ." i i. Cn: ,,'i." tnoiit, :;,
+ forage! ciopu this (coming year and and alum Milution.. Half an ounce off I I g MM best rnmjltsKill: be pbtataej by -
,', ( finish oil the! hogs./ The planting of i.ifh to u '|i'irl"I" water Jt strong'' I seasonable hints to poultry- ''f'plyin the dust at night or in the -

' j. p legumes! is ncuiiiagod, and the farni1 .'MOULT:!). Soft feeds( should In pi a- men.lie: ,arty, morning wh"n the air i is uuict I --.- -_...-.. ::-:-:::- 0'i. ::-': ::. -'- -'-

ors readily ru pund.Ia.tioun : tI..j'. for 1f.w days.VA'I1R11ClONS I sure. rind start a few standard rind: the plants are amt with dew, us : 1"1 .- _-._ _... -- ._-- -- - ..:,-" II
I broil, .hi'kthis! siring.. Maybe you the duel udftrrts 'letter thi, n. Ituoiks ' II I
:\ ( ounlj : Mine. cam being \ : : : .NEEL/: : l oiciVA.THN .- haveIti'tyi wile. enough to h.iv. done h.':tier when the nihlv are 'Its I'j 1 ''i: .
) thilic'foie.: lru: h.iv" everything to iniiisc' and the ,guys bright arid I
planU-d than 10, forI!. The farmers satiny, i
I gain, little to lose" i' you own I'Munder" the+'' conditions-. the txidatiun \
h. all of thus ,seed ready fur pl.inl- \
v* !
You Profit '
lag except, I lnuns.. , whIch they find difficult I Iii planting wutf rmelons they, I oInrd I led Htoelc t .uf the sulphur takes place more \1\\,1 By ht ;
to obtain. Some fannum. co-,' .hould,l lie' su arranged that they may i (Jnl'" in a wii'! .1 porson makes t'i' inpicfiy As n sTav| tcom I one to five \ ,
the buying of fertilizer lie cultivuttd.1 frequently They should mistake. ) of crowding( too many eggs pounds of sulph ir to fifty galloir) of t I ((11:1.:
operating!: in the manuv not be planted in raised hill boc.cusf I int.. /an incubator. Don't crowd eggs, watercan be u. ed. II
{ from I
'' s in facturer.carload County lots! direct agents have -I the soil will dry out quickly. If the I hicks or hens. If you do: you lighten Of the compound, of sulphur lime- Our Bigness ;1111;I IIih
f ej' time before \ your bank> account.
? work.Suwunnee hills ale" piipiind acme i -ulplvur in one of the lest., Use, about .
led in this planting, there may not tip sufficient It IK a great mistake to hatch too me rallon to seventy gallons of I'', II,j
I ;
5' i CountyIore: : winter I moisture! retained t."' germinate! the many chicks. A hundred chicks. makes. w.iter." Use either the rommcrnialproduct 1 t I 10"", 111'j"t '
done this year than seed, On high land it: would be bettor, I..a small show when first hatched but or mix tight: pounds of lime .
4 plowing before.has been Owing to various perhaps, to plant, in a furrow.: takes a when mature- Fig. and eight; !pounds, of sulphur. Cower I I Our size enables us to :- II lip

y. over market for the !)ca.1 The University of Florida extension! I cure ahead how many you can care the lime with nnout: six quarts of
t n troubles and poor division recommends, frequent culti'ta- I for, can feed, can house. and stophutching water and .
will be reduced to as thy mixture begins; to Furnish cash markets for all live (
nut, the acreage will be put Intocorn I tion for wutermelomH. They should i when you nearly reach that heat;. add the sulphur slowly When
6 I some extent This be with some shallowrunningtool number.. Don't let the little chicks the slacking is cool stock offered: ,
und I plowed over, the muss
beans, cowpeas
with velvet among at least once a week until the get too hot, Coo coon, too full-the first quickly by pouring cold! water into it. I I
PI : peanuts. The is general that hogs opinion will be the I vines cover the grcwmd. At the l last ten days. .- Operate at minimum costs;
the cultivation norm hay crop should be -0- co-opErcATioN PITTS MONEY ISI'Ot'XETS
safest crop for market. I planted between th!' rows' I I.AMU ANO MUTTON OF MADISON FARMERS I Stay in business on a profit of only
land is the 2 cents on the dollar of sales
Truck und field The best watermelon: ;
1 t'+ St Lucie County:Considerable,! cab- Norfolk sandy, loam, a fine soil vnth Tho difference la few cents in the When the farmers of Madison Chan

crops looking well.Whipped..a Considerable water-holding capacity.In i cost of u pound of. meat frequently de- ty sold carload of sweet: potatoescooperatively :" Eliminate waste; II
' f bage now being melon pluntoil onflIILwolld. I t..rminl'l.hl'thl',- that meat appears. i
.:.a,.a'r" ,: -A goad acreage some ..plans. On: such land are planting\' in : on the table in many households. and by BO! doing saved I Get the surplus live-stock products ii
: Wukulla County: that difference itf a few cents. just as $1 t'J.nO: they began- realize the 6enlits 1// from
. 7 r planted! ,in the Ivan I hills may be advisable to obtain proper the West to the millions
Q be .
i fir will I of selling their
" peanuts frequently is wiuspil by the limitedknnwledrn produce in this
. 4i and two planters drainage.. of in the East.
'I. section. Two weedern ----.-- I of the house-wife of the way. Thru the assistance: of crmtyigfnt Iii consumers
, farmers
1 I;'' ers have been pUIThnflel1| by ii.oicinx l11C'utVbi'h she decires.Take C. K :Matthews orders have *
itiri: : *
!, (. / the past vyeek.Hamilton CKOWINR; the cost of mutton and Iamb; lic-rn received. for a number of other I"I"1'"

-,1 c r County; -: Cotton acreage: :Much Land Over I lie State Suited to'T'his it is regarded) as hi rh. Rut the averag'l'h""e iirs, the of potatoes., Mr. Matthews. RU' //1 There is No Menace in Size-:
j : e-prrmlly\ the Crap wife who so regards it speaksonly cooperative/' spirit is growing
j will be. greatly: reduced in terms of chops and hindquarters ,Madison; county, nnd he hopvs before "
"j J. r r ties Kland.: .\ Incrc-asi-d. interest of eggs Many: acres of land suit' :ilile for rice I The fttr..quart'I-| : mutton is the season i is: closed to have theentire ,i As long as we are in keen competition

.: oltry. Large quantities Jacksonv.lle and ,crowing. are scattered,, DMT the entire just as dainty jnst n! full of flavor, I, < 'unty buring: 'nnd soling' all with other packers;
: have been. shipped to have been (ate of Florida. A. P. Spencer.. of :.: ju"tL,-, eatable in very way if it is farm produce and! equipment t'ooper-
Tampa. Watermelons the Extension: Division of the Collegeof 'properly prepared.. It also is many ntivel. }'. As long as there are hundreds of

Plc nLrd.( Agriculture\ says that" tho soils cents cheaper per pound. -- ---- Ji firms in the business;
rains suitable for good crop of Your butcher, if he is up-to-date, Colds Cause! Grip and InftnenzatJVXATTVE I
Heavy that are
Palm Ueach County: side of tho those having uniform sup- i knows how to bone and roll n shoulderof \ PROMO QUININE Tablc'.s) remove the i iCUUSR. I As long as we handle 'only about
East i r IP iirc I
damaged, crops on the in but with drainageprovided lamb: or mutton so that it may be. There I la only one "Bromo Qulaiuo," I 11 11y
This will probably result I lies of moisture that there will be, no nut into Saratoga, chops or made: into E. W.GROVE slrfnoture on box. :3Uc. y 12 per cent of the meat supplyof

k'a |larger neicnit" of corn, and ppihapjth > HO water, The Roil must have a roast of unusual sweetness. I the country and only about ; '

I addition of more to hole the peanut 'landing fair amount of organic matter' Ilrectlers of sheep\ have paid more' The Great I'' 22 per cent of the meat that is j,

!l t' also add, considerably a There are many drained, ponds' thruout attrition to raising a better flavored I; inspected by the United' States
n and. sweet potato acreage. have the required soil meat in the pilot few years: and. their G
the state that Government
a efforts show clearly in the resultingproduct. Influenza Tornado ;
i Several acres ofti.matocs -onditions.. and as II summer crop : I
lamina County
( / being planted on lands there 1 in nothing better to plant in As long as our bigness is used to
I Some objectors to lamb and mutton
1i where crops! of Irish .potatoeH and cattle were these places may than also rice.Rice be grown on drier say that they cannot eat it because/ Is About Spent your advantage-as it is now-

damaited Citrus full swing, spraying, Increased acre- lands, and when the seasons are favorable of the "wooly taste,'* and that they Hut in its wake countless thousandsare and as it must be in the futureif
dipping in produced!, but know of no way to remove it. That is I left listless we to do
are are busi
sweet potatoes und sugar cune good crops coroless, weak and a profitable
to of the wool
aire Merely 11 case pulling
uncertainty than in the emaciated. The forts of its
there is more physical ness. The of
ii this Ala14on.I If the foil permanence a
moisture over your own ey er
I lack of -
wetter soils, due to a victims have been battered to pieces. ,
n lough outer" membrane that covers the business depends on the goodwill
the earlysummer
still doingfine particularly during assistance in rebuilding I
Hogs /
Orange County: of the larger I meat, is removed, there will be no the of those it serves. No
on oats, arid! rape pasture. One months. In some system. Tho red corpuscles in the I largebusiness
I "
farmer hay "Ita pl' is the thing for lakes where much of the water hasbeen "wolly chances when blood can be restored by taking No. can prosper that is not
next wintcr. | taken out, there is usually a You are taking no 101 Tonic. This Tonic contaisn iron
Bhall 10 acres k recognized as giving
I plant in
hugs. you order lamb. The henlthfu'ness! and'! exchange /
will give
: that which all know
extensive "prllyillit prograin layer of alluvial soil we makes rich blood;
A will very be carried out this:: year. good,! crops.! As. such soils are usually fctrength-bujlding qualities of thii it also\ contains quinine which drives III for its earnings an equivalent I'I''I

T. Smith of Winter Garden! has:: pur'hlt"l" I. thoroly seeded, with weeds, the crop neat have long been recognized ly out the malarial! germs! and aids measure of helpful service.
Cleveland tractor and U : .should be planted! so that it can be' physicians, who have prescribed its greatly in the restoration of the human
( a new extensive in the diet of convales .
use .
1 the The in th'
taking in 80 acres for fllan.! forage ,: cultivated during summer.Much system. magnesit
I : of the truck lands may be cents. No. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the Swift & Company U.S.A. a
crops. ____ I I /planted, in rice after the winter crop These facts. are worthy of your bowels and rids the system of all poisonous ,
Farmers' soils usually studied consideration. They have long and refuse matter. .
Panco County: The i is harvested. These are Begin today
t, Dairy Association, now have 160 cows. well fertilized and produce good crops.In had that from the New England; and take it at least two weeks.At .
4 I inu..h housewife, as is attested! by her con-
demonstrations drug stores.
A number of grass many sections, particularly
r started in several parts of Florida. rii-e is preferable toBorn tinued buying. ll
4 have been I .. The G. B. Williams Co.
the county. Preparations being made especially;: i where the truck cropis
P s to build number of silos. The dairymen / not harvested early enough to plant' Sole Manufacturers

are .hippmg 150 gallons: of milk corn before April 1. A Liberal trK' of Sulphur Will Control Quitman, Georgia: 1
H day and plan to soon be shipping On suitable bind, no fertilizer is This l'l'stn..11
mote than :200 gallons n day. noi-ossury. However, like every othercrimp )
good mature need, should! I be used, I
spulers are a pest likely} to
Duvixl County : As an indication, of and' nothing but the upland variety .is give trouble during the spring months! I '
thtf interest and confidence in the purebred planted. If the rice is sown broa trust 1- thru attacks on a variety of plants, 12,96 % o

; hog, one farmer visited, the, past' six: reeks of seed, will lie suffi- among, which are peas strawberries Why Expenses 85% J't'tI 't\'.
week( and I had just purchased. a Poland nent. If planted in :a i l-'J f'It'OWR.' "'<'UI1iU'UIl, tumid cotton. They' may tor.fl*.'"' ToSfockJfdiscrJo I "
I China gilt for which he had paid $100 only half that amount will be necessary. also be found on violets and camphor I (

Another showed. a !boar which he' The remedy !prescribed for this pest Suffer?
1 boasted: of being able,' to punliase --- -- - by J. 1-:. Watson etmologist at the
only half interest for $500.:; 1 M\K-\KOIT.ND: { ; I'\STFHI'S: Experiment: Station, is a IiLl'rulus<> of Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al- o
t \ND nrns: nm nor.( ( free sulphur or one of its compounds derson, \':. Va., writes: li .
,1't \ 1\1.11'1011 County : Crops in general Infested plants become gray and, "My dau:Ucr . suffered a; :sa

such as:' corn, watermelons, beans and! The farmers of Florl.11111'(' especally ''i, .id up in appearance and finally tern:ily. She could a ill

( tomatoes, look good. Spray machinery interested this year in the pro-. turn' yellow and die. .Peas, when attacked not t:u n in bed . Tie: _, _.I I IT
t, is being\ overhauled tn spray potatoesand I'.r. hour pastures and feeds,, for of theirhugs. the I became dry, mealy or "cob- doctors: Eire; her up, lad tr trf r:
1 1 other truck and garden crops The extension division I webby," cease to grow wilt down and we briu.t, : her home to _
and! citrus fruits. ] College cif Agriculture. issued ISul-I soon die Strawberries turn 'brown die. Sic: t: id suffered+ so .
Prof A, P. Spencer\ I
I tin No 17 by - -
I and remain small and! hard If ev much nt . tame: haying III
Manatee County : Tomatoes later which shows I the best crop' to plantat
mined I infested n
closely, plants, part heard cf Cardul
we )
continued when thesecrops
than usual on account of the different seasons, ,
fuliirly the under sides of the "b" uvt s.
the it i .11 be, for feeding, and
4 wet( Mouther. However crop vv ready are found covered with a web.. of fine
cluing nicely now.Liberty I the number of hogs nn ncro will feed silk under which the minute, yellowih \ f 'a 1

I I for a certain length\ of time. CopiesI mites can be seen with the nnnulej,
: County : Some improved I of the bulletin may be. had! free bv eye. Under u good lens, one can rat, cjrRDuf CULTIVATORSt I
machinery is being) put in operation. ,addressing, the Kxtension: Division; of ily discern the eight.legged, adults

More cam is being planted! this year i I the. College of Agriculture, Cninesv which are from red to green in i'.lor

than last. There is an extreme shortage ( v the bright red eggs, and the whit.. FERTILIZER :DISTRIBUTORS
of velvet bean seed in this county. i I If sown during :March Prof. SpenI \- skins which were cast off when the
I Icer says that three pecks of sorghum spider molted! The Vilomai's Tonic
{ 1 n \IJ TKKTII: : ('..ursi1I0UtS! : : : TO i sown broadcast on nn acre of land.! These pests belong to a group .-.illoj PLANTING
e I.O'a: : ri.nsii | will be ready for feeding around :May I PLOWS i

10, and will furnish feed for 15) hogs! The Strong Withstand the Winter "In a fow r days, Erie be- A iA
.t The Molar teeth of the horse and i for 20 to 40 days. Corn sown dur | Cold better Than the Weak Kin: to Improve Mrs.
mule are situated in such a way that ing !March in 30 inch rows should! be I You must have lit a 1th. Strength and Fn- i Cox continues, "and had
I during the process of wear thru use, !I ready to feed about May 15. It will durance to tight Colds) ,Grip and Influenza.I I ro cured troti'jle hcr: ) at.and. we. Cardul slnz p.'

rows of sharp projecting points are take two pocks of corn to plant an I I When your blood Is not in a healthy Is: praises everywhere." DeWITT C. :
left, which frequently lacerate the I acre in this way. One acre will feed i condition and does not circulate properly, we receive many thou- JONES
; tongue and cheeks. This inflicts in. 15 hogs for 15 to 20 d.iys your system is unable to withstand the sands of slmi'ar'! letters:
jury and retards the proper grinding Two pecks of cowpeas per acre | Winter cold.QROVE'S. every year, tclllnij of the
of the feed. The upper rows of molarsare will be ready for feeding June lOne TAS FELESS Chill TONIC good Carclui! has done for i HARDWAREStarke
r placed wider apart than the low- acre will furnish feed for 10 hogs | Fortifies the System Against Colds Grip' women\ who suffer: iron

ers. Grinding is performed with the for 20 to 30 days and should be fed ,' and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching their complaints sex. so It common should eta to! Florida

when the first blooms begin to appear the Dlood.It :rou go: <1, 100. Try
'I| contains the well-known tonic properties
The Quinine That Doc Not Affect The llcad i of Quinine and Iron in a form CardLO!. E-n
Because of lu Lash end laindv* effect LAXATIVE For Fall feeding Prof. Spencer acceptable to the moat delicate stomach
I J rl. bl.aroae.rlth-wtesudnq BKOMO QlilNINE (T..erraumrssorrla.n..tvM > can be Mire. says that cassava should be planted! and Is pleasant to take. You can soon feel n

1;1 r'< i in the hr.d. C.W.GKOVE3 ..,| .......oal*it.. 31.1c.1 in April. In 4 1-2 foot rows. If fed I i lu Suengihemng.Invigorating Lffecu 6tfc t'


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FIUIJ.\1', APRIL I. 11119. I1RAUFORI) l'OCNTY; TEl.E< I'Ma: SfVBN;
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5,500 OFFICERS .AM J :MEN OP1IIC I F r- ;the war department' and probably : 10 ItE KKDftl.D "O\\N \m'l OUN limn; ... "L--:-.'-''.:-..-.. ---'-'

; AKMYKt: SIISSINGCutahing will be published tomorrow. As anI I CA.Ml'AKJ.NS; :M'UKADINCJ: HAYNES M'FADDEN -----'iic.; : {>itW-
I I incentive! to enlistment the men will Pot-tag Rates to be Charged in lie-
of Records 1 I Results in Identi- be uifcrcil' curly duty in Franco as a lore the European: l "'nr.I i i \\'nhiI1Jrlull. :M.rrchS.! .-"Own your
ficution of Many: Hurled I'liiili-ntifiod relief Tor men in the expeditionaryi : -- 1 own himii' campuiKn.s. havibi'tn inaugurated HEADS I CAMPAIGN Hayco'
i forces who wish to return home. I All postmasters;;; an in receiptof in eighteen! tidies, it was

Washington, March 27.-General Enlistment: in this special force will instructions from Postmaster-Gen unnouiu'i'tl today by the bureau of IN VICTORY LOAN Healing Honoy
Perbhintf be for, three, l'hn1l'l1 will public workers department lit ]labor. ,
reported today that there years. : bo eral Burlesou! which will be highly! I I
are Btill 5,500 officers nml men of the concentrated at Cumn ;Meade<1 ;Maryland [ The cities includo.CharlcHton, W. V'a., -
epeditionary forces listed us missing.The and probably will bo ,sent overseas appreciated, not only by businessmen Chicuifn, lnck.--onvilp!| Kin.) Lynchburg Widely-Known Financial Editor Suo I Stops
total compares with the Uritish ; in cuiitiiigcnu 1,000 strong but by the goncrtil public. I II V'u.. Philadelphia, und Scranton,
official figures! of Kil.soo; muting/ and l ,I The former rate of postage on first-I Va. i iIf I seeds W. C W.irdlaw, Who eoI Tile \ (

the French! of 290,000.!! () I 'iKim-ii; To"-iHI-.MEMORY: : I : OFMKS. | class] mutter, including postal and --- - I comes Associate Director i I
All of the 6,500 names have been : : (J1.MU W A It 11 I I those who urn wrhullitlj.01'\ I 1
cards will be restored 1
published] ilK missing' in ca-unlty lists :I I i post July the! locution of hard romU w.ll i) abantl l. Ilnynes McFadi''*'n. of Atlanta put Tic/lfe ,

issues. the general IIlIi.1.Iu'kinj.'s; of I I We, your committee, request leaveto 1919 on the! idea that u good rand cnn be Usher of the Southern' tamer) has 1
grave in tno centralized cemeteries In submit the following: tribute! I; Upon nil matter of the first class built liy every mtin't door there maybe born appointed. Heals The Throat "
Franco is supplying. nud.tionnl: i IdcntU! ', Whereas, it tinS }pleased: 1 the Alwise postage will be charged at the! rate of son;'- I possibility. of forming t new! chairman of the executive I

fications In ninny instances and registration rrentur, whose WUJH are past finding two cents for each ounce or fraction road

  • Is being carefully studiivl. out to call our beloved, sister, the hard surfacing of thi main rondo District In tim Victory Luau campaign Price 3oc.
    Reexamination of /grave registration I Mrs."' GeniI Ward, from her earthly therecfj; and drop letters shall be in the< pt'utnwnd) ,| dUtrlcti As doslr.lili It WIIH nnn> nneeil this week by I, I,

    rcpoit.s l nail l alt<> of hospital records home to that home "not made with mailed a f tho rain of two cents TcrOUIll'I ': as It might be, it Is impns (Governor Joseph|> A. MrConl, head of A rnrr; mv( : 0? i '
    rcfo.Trd to by was said by olllfials at the war de- .Slio was n of I Uev. 1'1.: the delivery at letter-carriers' oil\icon, into a ntuinif n cent h.ird-xurfncetl: 1 th. dlxtrlct wnr loan organl/ation.! I Hn( GROVE'S 0-PEfMRATE SALVE I

    partment to explain the "killed in ac- and 1 Mrrf. I K.itie Riggs( and was !born and one cent fur each ounce or fraction hiithvvay. liunifay . succeeds. C. 11'ardlawIalr11unt!: for
    tlcm" and "wounded in action" casualties September! 7, 18hf, died October 25, IhM'eofhel'o free delivery bycarriers _u_ .. ._ four sUcrr'''.l'ul! ramp.ilKii 1 <. vvl.o li-> (Opens the I'orcs unl I rcm'ir.iio-! >

    atilt iippi-niing', in the t'aily' casualty l!>18. All was done that medical skill is net established.( The drop M., living north of been uindo ansoclalo' 11i..lorIn.l UHBlstunt For Client CoMd! head CoKId! u. .1 I : "\, out by the depaitment and \ could do, but letter rate for local mail, lc; outgoing Moore Haven and! sun! of a 1 iinmitnontcattle Croup j is cncloscil with l
    | << to Goveinor :Mi Cord In t the war every L ,ito i- t
    Tlv lint sh tear office, General Per- all was in \uin. Death hastened\ to letters,. 2c. man wont to Tampa one day. I
    of 1IAYLS':
    loan work Mr :MrKaililen" MUM l ban HEALING! 1H1'JI.Y!
    shiruj'.s report !said' had adopted the execute his stern/ decree! but she was Postage' on letters dopoMted in ru- lat vvii-U: anti gave h.III.'lf up to the,
    policy of considering( twenty-six> weeks J'J <'pu'ld! to go. Her Christian character ral or star-route boxes, or mailed- to United St.:,tut authorities in t the f< tI active In former r.iminHciv*. ,ti it"l w.n You '
    in the cast. of an officer and thirty it clear anil !bjunht. To overcome persons who are) served by rural or oral l Iii.Ilding. / ; and was Iii:accd under vice la lUj fourth Liberty fur oiio |prro> ,i.>.:. t .

    weeks for an inlNtrd, man as the length ] the allurements of the world. and! to .star-route carriers, shall "be charge* :$JtMlt! ( bond.' The charge! was f,,'i' Loan chive.aixP4. M.iile. Reronimundi and Guaranteed to I ,

    of fine aft"r the, man had been, recorded live a life of purity she stopped at ut the rate of two cent* for each dill alt ttllg| :II (;ti\'i'rtatnaetit mail ear ... the I'uhlle byParis I t

    a q misdnir i I before! death is the fountain andvashnd, herself ounce or fraction! thereof. Purr t while the Inter was in dhchnreof : ,-,- ------- Medicine l
    presumed. -
    _ .. .. Company
    u vvh tcr than Keali/.ing that the -- - j
    in tht' t i-rr-ncn army, he said! snow. h no definite period had been fixed. time for her to depart out of thisworld WHOLESALE) :: : PRICE: :STILL HIGH th,. stud carrier while "'.t ti'> in'>:' lr"silif7
    No Accurate Dslimate: let I . was near, she called for some tiiall. Tasteless Chill Tonic 'J ".
    vinegar to drink that she might die : Wholesale --- .1
    "Xi accurate:! estimate of unreported i WII-hinlton.Iurdl: :US! ,
    atTmla( =!II'd''I
    deaths can be Liven," said l General: in imitation of her! Savior's death prices, though showing! n downward' Only One Guess. t'6@'iREtal".. "
    -- - --'.s on the cross. S0ll10'incar win trend this remain much h.ghcr: A :New
    npcrt. "There are, however year Yolk lodge/ says that whena ins sio.MAtu) luoriu.E: : oviu:
    fi.i'no missing to he accounted, brought to her. tn :\ed with water, but than those of n year ago, it was disclosed wlfiiiiluv! taunt'.\' from IP. r uu.- F'f

    for, all of whom have been reported ;she refused to drink it, and request 1 today by the ;March issue ol hilll.l's. 1'|H\rt, : << I... Is eulttliil < a !Of John I U. Ilaker, H.ittle Creek, Afich.: J.
    Washington a.s missing. Keintr-r- pure vinegar: which was brought to the monthly labor review! of tho department per cent dreolant, : or <.mir-c.. lie Is. write : "I 1 was troubled, yith heartburn "
    ment of bodies! removed from, isolated 1 her, anil, she drank, some of it and passed of lulior., t Food, clothing 1 and but P1ros l Unit prove l >.me heR 1t indii'tioii anil liver complaint
    graves to centralized! cemeteries is beyond mortal] vision. Tod.iy, no metal products were reported' as showing .'t ItV "I'm-,,, :"ii u |Il iiiu'. g. all I. 'neat' J v7r r unlit/ I I I brawn| using Chiniberlain's I

    furnishing additional! identification, doubt, she1\ with her! Savior, avid the greatest declines in the last l one lit a III",'. --\VIISIIIKI) | 111"111,1.I T ,il'lfl, .. then trouble' was aver"
    of deaths hitherto from, the Jasper] walls of that bright two 'month. "Wholesale prices in the ._ my 1
    reported as missing. ---- ---------- If y' ''ii .,r',' iniiiblid with indigestion. "
    This is and eternal city she looks down. United. States showed downwardtrend
    especially tree of reburials of a .
    bodies She was biipti/td into the fellowship! with the beginning of the new a ,i
    originally buried allied !
    by units
    r Ihi. \ will l l dn !. Adv'.
    to which American\ troops were attached of Mis.sion.iry; 1!f1 1tta's!t thurch, +and l year," said the rev! il'w. Cotton, corn DAY : S 11 1. a 4 you gout ,
    identifications: being cither tills, a faithful nll'ml.,1'. of the Oak oats, hides, tpbucco, !butter, eggs, lard tJtMISERY k f s ) s .
    incomplete or imperfectly registeredat Grove Baptist church up to the time bacon, woolen! good, bar iron, copper. M 1 .l t rS'
    interment. I of her death, and was loved) und respected steel, oak and popular lumber were! J s ,

    "Deaths of American soldiers in i I by all of its members. She listed. among:' important articles! whose I

    French hospitals, of which only mea lover her neighbors and always;) had prices were less In January than the M C'yV' a 1I
    gre and often incorrect records are on a kind word for them. One of her preceding! month. Cattle, )potatoes,

    file, are likewise disclosed] by reburial noble] qualities was hospitality, which soap, and whiskey averaged higher, ,-.. - JII
    of these bodies resulting in complete': she practised. She fed the hungry while hogs, canned goods, beef, sugar
    identification of casualties and gave drink: to the thirsty. Minis- '' and milk were among those that remained I .
    Haynes McFaddenA .
    reported as missing ten of the gospel seeking! rest and refreshment :I unchul1ged.I H T r- I I"
    ; "Each company or other unit of the found a welcome at her !I Much Suffering is Needless.Get very large proportion of the counties COFFEESBest j I"j
    American expeditionary force has home. She was an affectionate com- !SOLDIERS HELD CHARGE Or Relief Without Fear! in the Southern States have adopted I"i
    I I
    heretofore been furnishing completelist panion and a devoted mother. She DAMAGING CHATEAU the Individual quota system. for the I"I
    of officers and men a carried as loved her children and taught them to I I . .. Don't Lay Awake in Pain. Victory Loan, and expect thereby to i

    } missing up to February 1. All units love the Lord. She leaves a father and I I I Newport News, Va., March 29.- distribute the Investments In securities By Every Test

    ; are required to display such list in mother, three brothers five sisters ., Battery B, which includes many south over wider round. By. thin system I J

    places accessible to members of com- a husband and five children to mourn | Florida men, and the supply company every citizen will be "assigned a ,
    ,;, mand for the purpose of securing casualty their loss, and cherish her memory. i> of the Sixty-fourth Coast Artillery SlEEPTONIGHT definite quota which he In expected to GIRLS LEMON JUICE 1
    j. information from possible We extend to the bereaved husband, Corps, which has been at Camp Eus- take lust M states<< and counties have
    !\. source. This expedient Is every resulting in W. C. Ward, and family our heart- '! tis pending investigation of claims ol their quota Tbls will tw bused oa IS SKIN WHITENER r ;

    I''' locating hitherto unknown graves and felt sympathy. |'I I the French government for damage his Income: and property, and will' be 'i
    '"( identification showing present status Funeral services were conducted by said to have been done to a chateau, subject to change! by A local, appealxcommittee How To Make a Creamy Beauty ,

    and whereabouts of many battle enst Rev. L, W. Kickliter, and assisted by at which men were quartered in If be feels hIs quota has Lotion For a Few Cents. ,
    ualties. Rev. Thomas K. Postell. The body France, are now en route to Camp been fixed at too high a enure:
    ",; Why Identification Has Been Difficult was laid to rest in the cemetery at Sherman, Ohio, for demobilization. It In previous. riiNipaJicn. counties The juice of two fresh lemons strain- ."<
    1,I "Consideration should be given to Oak Grove to wait the morning of the is understood thc captains of the two whIch used the lmllvldua.1 quota plan td into u bottle containing three oun- "
    of orchard white makes whole t
    the fact that method of warfare as I resurrection. companies will be held in !service went over the tup quickly and by a cc'H iiiarler of the most remarkable! a 1.f.oi
    Respectfully submitted, further investigation. The l.irK" inuiKl'i' wllliout placing tuu bur | pint
    pending .
    well as the extent of terrain foughtover Adults-Take one or two lemon skin beautilier at about the cost j j
    k-nt : THOMAS! : I K. rOSTELIChm.. damages assessed against the com.panics ,ilcn! of lieuvy InvoMtairuts on comparatively '
    exceptional. difficulties to Tablets of for Kitiall of the
    I one a jar or-
    "Bayer Aspirin"with
    di"l'o'l'r11111' burial of dead. Burial AliRAHAM; STAKUNC Com. will be collected pro-rata from few I'lilllollr iii! Irene. Thin. :
    : dinary" cold creams.: Cure should. be 'i
    parties frequently the IIEN'RY AUSTEN. officers and men water. If necessary repeat plan make. every ,man, feel certain, Unit
    completed fa ,
    .. taken" to ittniin the lemon juice through
    sion under heavy fire and often could - - -- - dose three times a day !ills neighbor oho I currying, his share
    line cloth HO lemon pulp gets in, .
    ORDER riCOVIDi: ARMY; PEACESTRENGTH : W. I'. 11.1ITl.ll'1'TOukfield : of the oljllKiiilnM, in hits country: [
    ,I only be done under cover of darkness! after meals. the! nthis lotion will keep fresh for I
    I :; ; l ;;OIOOOVa j jrniinths
    thus difficult [
    !! making identification and livery: woman n k""wthllt! ,
    often impossible.. Reburials'' are now Ga., May 10 1917. For Pain 1 Colds li'rnon juice i iM used to blench and remove ,
    I \ .. hinll'tonIarch. : 2!).--Orders Old Kentucky Mfg Co., How Spain Got Name
    furnishing meant of identiflcatinn in a such bb-ipishes, m freckles, sallownc .
    made public today by l t'n.Iar'h: Paducuh Ky. NeuralgiaToothache Grippe Spain <.IYlllnl"JI"lIl1y.l mentis flab
    I ,
    majority of such cases.! )For this I lord. tan and is thn i ideal skin
    reason chief of staff for the organization bit Peninsula.' Tlie.. .
    grave registration and chaplain .provide Gentlemen: : Influenza! Colds word I I., according hoftener, whitener and beautlfier.
    I of the regular army ut a peace Please allow mo to state that I h-,' I d> piml '''"url.v.! derived from Jest,,,
    reports are being! lignin invest.'irated.! : Earache Neuritis t'v Itl! Get: three ounces of
    A small strength of SDD.OOO! officers and men sold your hog! cholera remedy percentage of such reports investigated i"i >'hir: l bite nt any drug store and
    are proving to be cases of I under! plans that are a radical departure season and have ordered more for this Headache Sciatica: : null ''UI1'I'Y iiinnproiin In the ,Iw ?, ten from. the (grocer and makeup '
    American dead previously unreported from the pro-war establishment.The season. I.ust year I sold, it to 12 or 1 1":; Rheumatism Lumbago eoiinlrv\ .fl 1"11 "li'Mlrnj lilt abate. a tutu iter pint of this sweetly -
    as such. As rapidly as identification: I effect is to carry into the peacetime men who raiso hoits. I told each of rrnp- All1, ',.in ferielH" W,TI,' kept, tu / !' men lotion and massairu it daily
    can be completed from information I establishment the "one urmy" them to take the remedy, feed it to Owned by Americans! ill'''l\ ill. '> iN u(," 1,1 1)1)", n I 1..1, |,.r into the fact, neck, arms and ,

    originally filed or subsequently obtained organization which absorbed regulars, their hogs and If they lost n *'nglr'" \Vl. ,lllMl,,,,,.I .Ih, 1 I Kit '| ,' hands.--Adv. ((95))
    from every possible] source, correct national /guard! and national army hog from disease of any kind. not to The World famous"pnyerCrots" I "! v

    prl'nt status of each case is be- during\ the war into the army of the pay me a cent for the remedy, but ncncktabirt" SA original 1ts. Intromeanegtnulne till>-

    ing reported by cable." United States when they began to sell cotton everyman ducat IUOO.ASPIRIN .
    Change: in System of Issuing Casualty ----+ came In and, paid me for the medicine 1-
    List I :SPRING; : 1919. and every one of them told me

    The method if issuing' casualty lists that it was the best hog. medicine they
    which has hitherto made them available ( By Abbie Farwell ]Brown ) over used One man )paid me for th'-
    j'" for simultaneous publication in Spring once again! And we alive to small package and bought $5; worth LATEST

    ., all newspapers throughout the country see. more and said it win thu best that
    1 will be abandoned, it has been decided To hear and smell the loveliness he had ever triud. Aele Tn Your Measure aCF'Il
    around; I', Yours very truly, Aspirin 1 + !I. the tra'1<- mark of IUrrManuffte*
    I it said the
    upon, was today at ,
    lure ol Mjaucrlicac.ulr Df SaUcylicaciil:
    war department, because practicallyall To share the joyous hope of every W. F. BARTLETT.Sold $20 to $5000

    the casualties occurred in fighting tree, byJ. Always insist upon the safe
    'I have been reported and few remain And walk inspired upon the teeming C. Manning, Starke. Correct Perfect Superior -
    ground. Douglass & Knight Lake liutler. Tablet of Aspirin"any y
    except deaths from injury or disease ayer Fashion
    Fit. ,
    since the signing of the armistice. But ah! Beneath the grass how many I W. L. Overstreet Lawtey.A. Fjnkh; S.lIi.foll.tionGUARANTEED d

    Under the system about to be aban- lieBeautiful____ II. Andrews, Raiford.J. only origin! Ea-jpr package:
    doned the government has been tele- boys who did not wish to V. Jones( Hampton.-Adv \1'f'--J..r"'r sizwxMiCKIE t

    graphing the lists to Chicago and San die! I -
    Francisco five days in advance! of pub- drove's Tasteless chill Took SAYS 1'
    I' .' lications. .Press associations have been 'On field of France the violets are suns vitality sod *iwt.r by paiifftaS and ear A RARE TREAT "''
    distributing them by mail from Wash- fair, richlat UM blood. You can loon .fe.l tu Strung!hnlag. 'eo.toaa is SURE FORgIVIN'..
    above the broad l.Yl. .tlo, ET( .-.. Prln*...
    ington, Chicago and San Francisco, allowing The skylarks sing e or CUSSES' A OUN KIN" DIE AN In Latest Spring and Summer
    five days to reach all points. champaign.But I BE/KT 'EM outeN ELEVEN Suitings
    I This arrangement was necessary be- where are they who walked and CALOMEL SALIVATESAND "IeAQ SUBSCatPflOM AN' Wonderful Designs and Appropriate
    cause otherwise there could have beenno listened there THEN Tnt eorrod'i.1. ser
    e Colors.
    simultaneous publication of lists The hero-lads our spring finds not DOWN AN'. WRItE/ M/XV.F *sCOUJNMI Real Smart Dependable. Now ;

    ,: as they were too long to telegraph to again ? k&OOt WHAT A" pip& ; Awaits Your Inspection and Approval-
    Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts e
    .,r every city and town. Acting Secretary They leave to( us, who did not share CLUEB' THE DECEASED. VNUZAN
    Crowell has declined to Issue the lists the fight. Like Dynamite On MOV; E.VERNBODV; VSHhXN BIG DANDY VALUES
    in Washington far enough in advanceto The earth's expectancy of green de Your Liver. \\SS MItr11i 1y

    permit all newspapers being reached light. Genuine Money SalJersREMEMBER

    by mail, on the ground that the Calomel l \loses you a dart You know
    v casualties are not ghting" casual- Nay! They have journeyed to a sweeter I, what calomel is. It's mercury; quick. _ _
    ties and holding that they are in the bourne, silver Calomel is dangerous.! It
    ( same class with deaths in the navy or Where ghosts of all the garnered crashes Into sour bile like dynamite, .
    in this which are springs survive, I ,
    army camps country 'cramping and sickening you. Calomel
    'i not announced. With all earth's joys that never will attacks the bone.
    formally and should never he a; 4v 42 Years or Expert Tailoring Experience
    The war department will furnish return, Into
    put your system.
    full lists for mailing from Washington And all the flowers that ever were I When you feel bilious, sluggish, contipated Goes Into Your Master Tailored

    but they will not b. issued for alive and all knocked out and believe Suit When You Buy from the Master
    I publication on any certain date and Where bird-son. that have echoed you need a dos of dangerous\
    may be published whenever newspapers through the years I calomel just reTiemher that your drug Tailors.
    receive them. The last list hI Make harmony too sweet for mortalears. girt' sells for 60 rent a largo bottle \ 9J

    issued under the present system will nf Dodson's, river Tone, which ,is entirely Ce Measured Today
    be published in the newspapers of I vegershte' and p1en.nnt to take r
    I April 6. Thereafter it Is probable] Oh what a radiant company are they! and I It a perfect nbstittif for rnlome!
    that only the killed in action will be Forever one with all that's newly I It i i.. II'UarR"j to start vwir liver M. LEVITON

    distributed by telegraph. fair, without stirring| you up inside. and
    ...------ Oct of the heat and burden of the day. ran not salivate. _
    U S. fOt'NDS CALL FOR VOLV="''- The blight of fall and winter's aged Mrtn't '"k.. ratamrl! Tt mil leI'* von 1.11..1 Sale, Representative

    TF.EUS: TO GO ABROAD care. work PoiNnn'*, rlver Ton. .,rnlfhtnp 1
    They are bright Youth, eternal blossoming y"'l f'lrht!! up and' vni) feet p."t \t 9 \ q(,,
    Washing 'n, :Mir-h 28.-An immediate ', tv! |r to the HiiMrcn homine it J1
    the wistful limit of our .. . \ r jlMASTER fAILORS _.....
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    .'f,. u it j','j .I.' Interesting facts Regular Gathered Correspondents.- During the V'cok: -bx Our I FR.EE EXAMINED AND TESTED! FREE i

    : 1 I LAXVTKYIjiwtcy We Employ a Registered Physician and Surgeon, a Specialist in Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and

    1I I HAMPTON; Throat, to make Examination' for the Company, without cost to you. If you need glasses he will fit them .

    Hampton April .J.-:Mrs. (J. T. Cu.seof April and :Mrs 4.--Uates:Mr. and wc-n Mrs.' buii-J. for you, or if you need treatment he will so advise you. One of our Examiners will be at
    Petersburg, V'a who has been visiting D. Uuncliill:

    her brother, K<'v. ..J.hnIullady: ness visitor*'Hi'Jacksonville :Monday. STORE :
    returned to her home Friday. The Ladies Aid! of Grace :M. I

    County Agent O. W. Caswell who church held their semi-monthly meeting .

    Is looking after the inU-rests. of the Wednesday, of lust week. At the WEDNESDAY, April 9th 1919 L
    invitation of l\I rs. Perns the mcetinfi
    / Hoys Club wolk, was in Hampton and
    vicinity :Monday afternoon. He was held. at the Ferris home, outside! ONE DAY ONLY ONE DAY
    the Th.'reIUS a large attend
    J; ports that thcie is a widespread city.
    '. and Club work re-I ance and the affair was a success inevery fitted will :
    terest in Corn Pig After interesting business I EXAMINATIONS FREE. To the First Ten who have their Eyes we
    the county and he says, "Hog way
    1 hominy are to be the mainstays in session hud ben held the guests'' I give the Lens Free, charging only for the frames.

    Bradford, county this year. were treated to a very pleasant social

    .wi ft Aft are Among interested the boys in this of work Hampton and who will hour entertained and the company and refreshments was delightfully served. -I e Crystal Optical Company -f! ., i

    This Aid is upholding reputation "
    I'' conduct corn demonstration plants i. 1. ::1\ lot
    as beingthe best ever and under IIraorh." llitiiir Offices .ImrkHouville, Floriilu. iirnnctimAtlanta.
    Messrs. Russell yal, 01 t
    this year Griffin are,, Ranee Johns, Vivian the leadership of its popular president Miintii Tampa. Meinphi.. __..... -1'.J
    ( Mrs. J. H. Moore, it bids fair.todimb -- \
    Saxon, Herman Harden and,) Dennis still higher: the ladder of Ladicx L Add,_ all' Communication* to Home office where record of all case* are on '))1.. JIciutcd
    ; lirannen. We wish them success in I
    t Aid succcns.Rev. .
    producing a good crop of corn.
    and Mrs Alfred Evenden wero
    W. II. Griffin who has for yearn .. __ __ _. _______
    I business visitors to Starke Monday.A . ..
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    had his store in the Ilagan building, }
    moved his stock of goods to the Seal.s: very successful!'! luncheon was given by all who were privileged to spent several days last week in Law folks, attended the union at Muxvillo I honor of :Mrs. Martha Parrish.

    building north of Main street Friday. on Thursday of last week at the hear it.Jumes. tey at the homes of A. M. and U. L. Sunday, among; them being :'oliAResAlire Not having the statistics wo are

    I I B.; K. Poppell, our county superintendent 'I-awtey Woman's Club and it was '! Shepard and family were visitor.s Bianchard. He left Sunday for Ocala Prescott Rosa and Dora Carter I unable to say how many children, \

    { was. a visitor! to Hampton one given in honor of two visiting state to Jacksonville Saturday. to bu in attendance at the head camp Ida and Carrie Starling Messrs.H. grandchildren, and great grand children

    1 I day last week.J. "tfll'erH.Irll.! Edgar Lewis, state president !! John Parmentcr cumo over from of the W. O. W., which will be in session ! S. and C. IX Starling, Robert Carter were present, but suffice it to "
    I from Port Pierce, and :Mrs. J. Jacksonville! and with there the first of the week. Nelson! Mr. and Mrs. L. there
    H. (iilespie, of Lake Butler, ha-!' -pent Sunday part Prcscott I say were a goodly; number-also
    been Fpendmg a few lnys in Hamp \McCollum! Vice President of section relatives near Law ley. S.V.. Leach was transacting bus! W. Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. ID.. many friends to wish her the usual!
    of Gainesville. :'01 rK. W. F. God Lane McLeod and sister Miss! Lena Lang.Mrs.. compliments of such occasion
    ton. He is working, in the interests! I ness in Jacksonville first of the weekKev. !
    win presided at the meeting w1 of Sterkc-rt, were guest Sunday nftlu :Miss Delia Duke Mrs. and
    C. M Hudson and children, Murphy
    of a marble company. I J. C. I) BBS, of Starke, filled
    t'; )Dr. Middleton und family, of Hampton followed. the luncheon and address in a of charming wel t >ir ('(cousins, Mi. and Mrs. A. :II. his regular appointment/ \ at the Luwti.v I.avinn and Hester of Jacksonville! daughter weio:. guests of Mrs. P. P.

    have moved, to Jacksonvllo: to manm'r gave the lilainlmrd.Joliti .' ;M K. <,htirch. South, Sunda '. upeiit" a week with h"r parents :Mr. I Dei.le :Mnndu.vDewey ,
    '; i make that city their future home. Not come. Mrs.: I-ouis II. Hill\, us "cc'r..1tury. Te ton, of Jacksonville, spent( ''and !Mrs. S. J. Starling leaving for i I Duke and, s sters. Misses
    then gave the report for thl'l .'uturdny and Sunday in Law with | Mrs. James IJunnnn cume over from Dellc and ,
    only (th'> re"<.nlcntK. of Hampton but toy ter hnm Sunday arternoon.m'h'I' Mile'i>litl',1 their aunt,
    ," whi 'h received with : 1 everybody in IJrndford: uumty wh> Ch < was! ic-lnlivi's.' Lang att-nded, church at Mrs.. Clms. I Douglas, in Columbia
    Ralph: K.; IJlanchurd, of Fort Pierce, horn:' in Rust Lawtoy.Mrs. lust
    knew them re"icited, thc"r ilcpurtuic.Dr. << :Ma\vile! Sunday. I county week returning Saturday.Mrs. .
    : of Jacksonville,
    John Teston
    McCollum then entertained Annie Illume
    Mrs. J. W. und children
    ) :Middleton lias had a larger practice - Mc,. \V. H. W. U. I). L. :M. and weropuests
    Club with interesting spent I hcvtiiil days m Lawley visiting: rl! of
    than other doctor in the countv the on I : Sunday 15. J. Thomas.
    |: he has any never been too tiled or discussion of resolutions that will bormwnted -. -_.. . relatives.I. II. L. ('artattel1
    to give hill attention to pa- to the state legislature by "ao.rJlblu"! .:\\ at Ihf ::101III'OJII :.\\ . C. Cone spent\ Sunday in Brooker day. i i week-end with Prank Murphv.Mrs. .
    sleepy tlentH when ni'iM-isity" demanded, it. the Woman's Federation of FloridaMrs" ." with his family.Mrs. /. Mr?. II. (i. Perry, of the Lake View ,I : Martha\ Fowler is visiting relatives
    Corcliu. Carter, of Jacksonville :section, spent Saturday night and :
    "One FleetingHour" :
    We certainly miss! the doctor and his A L. I5ates sung near Dukes.
    highly esteemed I family and wish them and it was very sweetly rendered. spent Sunday in Lawtey Sunday with her parents, Mr. and i! Jas. Johnson of Baker county is
    ; Mrs. .T. IIr,1 1 '
    S. Starling family.
    Tuesday evening a progressive supper .
    visiting 1\ L. G. and Georgo
    in their homo.I
    success I W. :Moore new of Thoremm, passed! This< was followed\ by an address! .." was given; at the cluh house by :Miss!!: Edith Starling spent Friday Johnson.

    through Hampton Friday on his way fiom the State President Mrs. 1 IMpatLewis : 1" / '. Mr!!. J. I n. Kandall.: Tour tables were nurht with her grandparents in this Tom Dix and, family passed thra

    who in lu-r own inimitable wayIIIIcI""II"I'.1 1PH'-I. laid and the guestas they progressed section.Missrs.. I Five :Mile Sunday.J. .
    to (:iraham. lie is attending the union "
    'It f' from table to table not only enjoyed Ben and Leo Wilkinson, and,
    the Club on subjects! dear I S. Howard and
    I meeting' of the New River Association. It'I family were the
    \ ) found thereon I'arl Caitcr attended the union at \
    @ l the eats ,
    Thl'nl they
    to the hearts of all Club women. ; ," ;.. \, j.' I guests of his sister, Mrs. II. S. Long,
    Kev. Frank Fowler, of Lako Uutler fame, a song by !Mrs. A. 7.. A,lid n,., ofStarke ::: : ;"" I which were certainly' appetizing, but :Maxvillo Sunday. Saturday afternoon.

    attended the union meeting here entitled ":'oly Wild Irish Rose" ...-:...:....";.,,\.,; "':>:'if".1I'1.1' ,-- c-nJHjecl the fun of, changing places aswi'll. Messrs. C. H. and II. S. Starlingwere John :Mott, of Lake Uutler, and
    visiting; in this Saturday
    Saturday and Sunday. ami'I it was greutly en joyed.Mrs. I. .: -_ The supper was well patronicil co-nmunity Martin Rimes were appreciated callers
    Ray :McKmney has moved in the J. D. Randall also addressed, ; ('N d1. and was pronounced by all whoattended right. here Monday.!
    fifhi '! to Hive been a decided success We ore glud to report that :Mrs. Ida
    Adams tottuge on :Main street winch the Club, giving an interesting report Somebody was disappointed Sun
    I' .! '" both financially and otherwise.It Carter is on the road to recovery.Nevs ,
    other doings. Ia\/'.
    has lately been oiciipicd by GeorgoWhitloik. on local I Red Cross! work and / Guess who?
    f.(1.( .. was announced as being given for is awful scarce in this community
    I IL W. O.
    !Mr !McKmney will have Roberts had the misfortune
    benefit of the fund.Mrs. this week. We must all. Io
    the building
    met at the train to lose his buggy horse last
    1'ie barber The were week.
    thargo Hampton shop. committee composed of ;' "" ''f ''1 u. f : N. (i. Sternberg of Ocala, our bit and get busy. Isn't that what \\t tIUS.
    W. G, Seals collector of internal by a visiting {
    j7 I<:! U'lr'
    revenue, returned to his home Saturday Mrs. W. Godwin. ;Mrs.. Louis II. Hillnnd .J ''' /II1 spent Monday in Lawtey enjoying the all the readers say? :\ !MARY R. LANGFORDMrs.
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    after a short stay in the cities of Mrs. J, D. Randall. They were :' ,;J. : day as guest in the home "of her friend I

    the South. placed'I in curs and taken for n ride ''j Mr!!. E. D. Sayles. ,I FIVK MILK : Mary R. Langford, aged 21 Jf

    Little Leslie Futch, who is attending o roll 1..1. tho city and surrounding com lfc..,....._ih, !.!. I..;:. \ Tho), sympathy of the community is :Mile Aii7-Will: Andrews years, a well known young woman of ,,:'
    tiii, CIul', Hn'J in extended, to Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Thcde;I Five died in
    HI hool at Lake Hutlcr, was the frj- 1'1"then' \ to Lawtey, this city yesterday t
    and !Mr. and Mrs. Coon, of Lawtey, as and son, Guy, of New River, were the
    guest of his grandparent Saturday time for the luncheon at one o'clock. NEW SPRING STYLES morning; after a short illness.! The deceased
    and :Sunday.Mrs.; :Mrs, It. R. Thedo, acted as chairman well as to the family at Wateroak j guests of P. P. Dekle Tuesday. > is survived by one child, her 'l'

    ; T. (I. Futch of Leesburg, who nf tho luncheon committee and in that of. through the sudden and unexpected Dewey Duke and brother,. Dana, mother, Mrs. Mary Reddish, of Law
    death of their sister Mrs. Mary R. i wont to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr.
    has been very sick for several days, capacity certainly did( some splendidwork tey, five sisters and four brothers.
    and Mrs. F. L.
    has a host of friends in Hampton who The lenders: of the local Club blnLrL. Langford. The young woman died in Drawdy were. The body was prepared for burial by
    shopping in )Dukes Friday afternoon.Mr.
    are delighted to know that her health are to bo congratulated on their suelossful SmaI1. Jacksonville Monday morning, after. Marcus Conant and was forwarded at
    and Mrs. Claud Renfroe
    having been operated on for appendicitis spent
    is improving./ management of every/ detail 4:30 o'clock yesterday" afternoon to
    the week-end with relatives, returning
    nnd also the attendance which was in an effort to save her life. The Lawtey at which
    Those of Hampton who attended the SMART CLOTHES place funeral services .
    and body was removed to the home of her Sunday.Or; will be held
    fifth Sunday convention at Theressu large appreciative.A at 11 o'clock this
    were, Mr. ami :Mrs. J, Allen :Mr. and treat is in store for tho churchgoing For Men and Young Men. mother :Mrs. :Mary Reddish for whom' en and Kirke Deklo were guests morning. The interment will be in the

    !Mrs. W. II Griffin: anil son. H..v.Iul: people of awtey. It is announced much sjmpathy is felt. Further particulars of Jud Green Saturday. family lot in Dyal cemetery.-Jack- I
    $35 to f CO will\ be published in the next | Mr!!. P. P. Dekle and son, Julian -
    Seals that Sunday morning Rev I IIIr. -onville Times-Union
    lady and family, W. G. and family on in Lake Butler Saturday. April 1st.CASKETS. ,
    und !Miss Maggie Maxwell. They J. J. Treadwell will preach in I i'sue of.the paper... ,, w re. shopping , --
    report a glorious meeting, Grace: M. F church. Dr. Treadwellis StratfordCOLLEGE =-
    interesting nnd, n forceful speaker CLAY HILL t Jud Green spent Sundjy. with Or..nnnd Of+
    Kev.: Ridenour, ex-pastor of the an JrJS ;
    Kirke Pekle.Mr.
    First church of attended ami, his visit H being anticipated' r
    Uaptist Hampton CLOTHES
    ., the union meeting hore Saturday with nuuh pleasure.: The reverend Clay Hill, April 4.:'-The pleasant : ( and :Mrs. Norman Pairi h were \nd a full line nf II

    !- and Sunday, lie haw a host of (",'nU'man'a" recently appointed to For Young M.n and Those \\eather in this community is very acc'ptablcv guests ("IfIr.: and. !III'!!. Uob parrish undertakers' Supplier :

    friends at Hampton who are always tho office. of glad to see him. the" Jacksonville district, of the :M, Ki young. :Messrs. II. H, Hudson< and F. )).j> F.lUhn: Douglass WitS the guest of MWHV- on hand. Tho bant /r-
    > s
    4 I'nnl.loK'h'y.: :\ of, who i hun h. and was' until recently the suiossful Lang/ madu a business trip to Jacknville I P. P. Dckle Fatuidav.IX ..t the lowest, .
    .T. Thomas attending to'1 prrE"" Sperm! ) .
    \I has many friends in Hampton attended pastor of the big 'Pon'I' .ill- $35 to $60 -(' Friday. I was
    sttcnrmn 10 trleirrHnh
    / in Worth ington Saturday orders.
    L. \Vilkinson caller
    " !' the union meeting hen* Saturday.Rev. Leon nvenue church in Atlanta thInnvh was a over .
    I !. Armstrong, or aCrosse, will '' that Bishop I.eete nth.n.11. <.<1 1wl.i. to Highland Saturday.S Miss, Etta Walters and brother visited -
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    perve the First llaptist Church of this it'h has done Htiih splc"ulul work ,ili Write Ua for Our New J. Starling was transacting busint Five :Mile Saturday. wtcrcrt Embalmernp.wircioNEs

    , plate, us pastor for the remainder of'' ."ad'' reporte, I as "n'IIIlone) / over Style Book. si in Highland Snturda .. I Allan Green and family, Ed Lewis
    the jcur.Urother. the ti"p in the Centenary Campaign.Rev.Alfred ; Parting; ('lIrtl.WIIK business visitor und fnmdv J. O. Green and family, I

    Diamond of Waldo. attended ",'nd'n'IS called N, to Highland Saturday afternoon.K. of i P.rooker, were among those who Starke. Fla:1

    the unloir meeting at 1 lamp ton Sat Jacksonville: Tuesday to attend n special :. II. Carter was visiting in this attended a birthday dinner at "= -

    urday.Mrs.. ,'\,"'utive, committee meot'nff; "i < M i Messrs: Hen and Wilkinson'wire 'I
    Williams, of Waldo, Mrs. Skinner coniu'ition with the Centenary : r.Il .
    of Alai\ ,'hua. :Mis. Slmrmon of su>n movement of the :M. F.. ,church attending ti> business in Highind AGENCY ESTABLISHtO 1888J.

    Hawthorne and K: I I':. Stokes\ ofCiimpville An interesting talk on church finance 24 W. FORSYTH ST. :Saturday.Mis .. R. DAVIS & COMPANY .,
    attended services here on was given Sunday morni'io; :: i Charity) Starling and childrenyvere' Il FIRE INSURANCE 1
    Saturday and Sunday. I IClaud I (',ru.' :M. I V.:. chur-h by :Mrs. J. D. RI."- Jacksonville, Fla. the guests of Mrs S. J. Starling i :
    and instructive Friday afternoon. I [ Starke Florida
    Ilirt and family attended ilall. It was: both interesting ,
    nt Graham Sum&iy I and was thoroughly appro- Quite a number of the Clay Hill .

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