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 11, 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: VID04702
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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* Starke is riding on the rim. Let's, jack her up and put some :I' j

wind in her tires. We need a live Chamber of Commerce 1,'

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: 1879. Subscription Per Year, $1.50 : Six Months 7.;) Cents. Payable i in Advance. !K. S. Matthews Editor and Proprietor I I''

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Plans are being made to have b I S. li. Johns, one of St.iiko: Icndm

KILLED IN AUTOACCIDENT <-*' the biggest Fourth of July cele4> REACHED) I BEGAN SESSION business i men, has p'lu-iin\ .i I>.1| t II KILLS \WIFE Am!

I $ bration ever held in Stark The wholesale! store of t the Y.,\ui. r Tiiidini I '"i'' '1' :J Ji

I plans are still in the formative ('ii, nnd I\(' will conduct I tic """ill''''

but of the main fenturcs I along the sunn' lines, ns hi'. >.tufonwith
stage, some -
$> will be a parade, in which> i I t the exception of l.inr.v st.wl.I J

3> every Bradford county soldier. x?> and a bettor variety of t'v' goods M ,
I 3 will be invited to take part-in & his: lino.Mr. '

HURLED FROM CAR WHEN 'i <& uniform; a band will be secured < INDICATIONS NOW ARE FOR HOUSES 1\IAMES\ THE Johns has had )" ':11 -4 of expel DOMESTIC INFELICITY : .

& for the day barbecued meat and <> 1 i'n"l' in the nicrciintilo business hti\' \
IT ROUNDED SHARP CURVEWAS a big basket dinner will be the '* ing engaged in that I lino In Hamptoibefoin CAUSE OF THE TRAGEDY ; '

I : 1-.1 Ins removal to Starko. I Durun. __
:: OF SENATE.' :/ JAS.: 'I
: OF 'lItANSI'tltl'AS : TAKEN :
it is planned to have races, <& i his. long years of business cudoavi
4> baseball and other cS INUICA'nO'oTIIAT:/ Tin CALKINS: ; SPEAKER OK ho has mado
: illS SIDE-NECK a game sports. u reputation fir nn :/ :/ ; COUPLE S
<$> Prizes will be awarded win- $> hOUSE E.: \\ILDER wide for fair
BROKEN, BODY BKUISED to FINISH IS IN SIGHT I dealing aol I honost pri :SHOT; Tllimi'GH HEART "1
ners. The armory will be thrown cos and his old! vustonuus, m well I a J
<& open in the afternoon and even- Q Tallahassee, April 7.-The nominees the new, havo the assMiuiu'o of Mi .
Percy Phillips, son of C. M. Phillips ing for dancing. Paris, April 7.-The peace confer- of the Senate caucus held! last November Johns that he will conduct hill neiii i Julius Norman, a young man living ,,,,4 I

: of the New River section, was thrown W ence has apparently reached the turning were presented to the former :...... mi ISbn "nmr nrlni>iiil,. I II. Mix miles west of Starke, near the Ral- j

from an automobile late Sunday af. cS cS> cS> cS> cS> cS> cS> cS> cS> cS> point between definite and speedy ford road, shot and! killed his wife
secretary Capt. Charles A. Finley, M. II. Jordan, a former employeeof
ternoon and killed instantly.The results and further prolonged delay. Thursday about 1 o'clock! and immediately S ,
today, by the various hold-over Senators the Young Trailing Ci)., purchased I
accident occurred near the homeof SCHOOL BOARD CANVAS SPECIAL The indications today were towards turned the pistol on himself and ,
among: whom tho patronrfge' had I the stock and (equipment >>f the Andrews \ ; .
Berryan Dyal on the road from TAX DISTRICT RETURNS action, but new doubts began: to appear been divided. They are: Tailoring/ ., corner Cull and blow out his brains. i I (
Graham to New River station. With Mrs. Norman was shot through II ,
as to whether the desired results President of the Senate, lion Jas. Walnut, and the ,'olH' 'rn will bo known, :
Lacy Reynolds and Fred Deaver, The board met in regular session could be accomplished within a fortnight K.: Calkins; President Pro-tern, lion. as the Corner Haberdasher. lie will heart and died instantly. Norman ,
Phillips had driven over to lived. for a short time, but was dead fi
young April 7th, with !Messrs. L. C Powell, as predicted.The i W J. Singletury. curry on the business of cleaning,
Graham in truck. They tar.i before medical assistance: could reach '
an open T. B. pinholster and P. M. Padgett council! of four was to have met Among the pages for the Sl.nuteit: dyeing, alterations, hat bloclciig etc.,
ried with friends at Graham until I him. ,
I present. at 11 o'clock this morning: at the O. G. Smith, of Ruiford. having secured the morviccM of u competent \
1 rather late and there no j It is said that the Normans did {
as were
I Minutes of last meeting read and "White House" where the president The House caucus for the selectionof man to '"II"'r\'ise thou! >i'ItTho '
lights on the truck, Reynolds at the not I live happily. On the morning of J ,,,
approved.The ist still confined to bed, but able to officers and attaches was culled to ,
huLk of Di, C \
,. steering wheel was malting all possible now garage" I tho I ttugody there hud, been n misunderstanding -
consult with his colleagues in emer older at J 10() o'clock. According '
promptly :
speed River school received and their gencies. It (developed however, that to custom the gavel was wieldedby 1 Imiilv, '
1 night overtook them. Near the home negro: of Manager Smith, is now ongaged to tho liomo of her fiither, ElishiiG \
Premier Lloyd George has been affected I J. G.i Kellum.} the chief clerk nt tho
request granted for the hauling of in t tho woik' {nought in t
of Mr. Dynl there is a rather sharp repair : ;i eon. I jilt'r' ill tho day Norman wontafter ;
logs and the purchase of nails to builda in n similar manner ns the president : foimrr IIl'M.linn of the )uuiuse. Smith's for I
and I itinn
: turn in Jhe roud and ns the car rounded Mntmgcl fmii her and she turned, homo with i I\
which has confined him also to Mr, Fut< ii, of Alachtm nominated
this turn Phillips was thrown from new schoolhousc. tint lass woiKinnnshtp' i' I' I>iin5iiifbun i linn i Sboilly: i after icaibiiig I home tho
,.. I i I his .bed. A morning session of the I Hon. K A, Green, of Uiudford countyfor .
the board that was being used as a The returns from the following special i I business I with i a lu'Ii t ru wi'dy <'ci t'nuodThey I I. 1
toiincil impo ihlt'. of the Th,'
was caumi :
tteuetnry cjj!Jc- "J
; seat i tax district elections! vvciu canvassed The (Jingley I Itinoin I Company I began are survived by two small I '
| have the ,
It then determined to 1I'lIlmlitioll.Il'pl".ntlltivo .
was tion was hv. 'J 't
-.. A neitro in the rear end of the truck I with the following results: of Duvnl Ian. t week I to linn I out I bloom, II itmntitict | ihi Inlilrvti i t hue oldest t i J..-.s I than two I :
council meet at Mr. Lloyd George'srcsilwe. : Miller[ prosontud -
. saw the accident antI, railed to HeyTiolils -! No. 17-Trustees, E. M. Coleman so as to be near him, nnd for "penkei the name of l Repres'ntativ' :Mr., ti tu nglev lias e.un-il' t tho :yours old.COMMISSlONTItS. 1411:

to stop the tnr. They hud proceeded K.: Moore and M. M. (iriffis; three hi-ie the session began at :3T' o'clock ; K: I II. Wildic. Ropiosenta-" ,..01in"< of nil expel i t broom maker, : t i
some- distance down I the road' mills assessed. mid i i' hill.I I he has not, us >"et, i/ot tho! ; : 111:1.11: ) MI'irilNGMO.NI : ; :: : I ,
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this afternoon Reparations are again tive Scrugg of [Loon county presented l't
before- the negro was able, to make! No 2 Trustees A. A. Durden A. "kmUs" out (If his ,now nuv:limeiy ho ): >,\ \' S
the chief issue1, and, although settleulin the attune of Ki-pri-si-ritalive! Lewis S I'' .
himself understood, nnd by the time'' A. :McDonald) l and J. :M. :Maxwell[ ; the main princinle, a number of es- The count showc-d the result to be: I is turning, out hiimliedei i i ;: of bloomsdully -- .S L\ .
the' reached, Phillips I he was dead., Dr. : three mills assessed.No. . .! ;Modem[ huh, luiliery" 't used in !Monday' April 7, I 1M! 1!9. the bonrd ofoiiiily ,
Hontinl details still remained open. Wildei, 5'1: ; Lewis, II! !Mr. Wilder was i
Thomas of Graham wns railed im- ivci'v., phase of t tho lieu,,/in's manufac. (' I I commissioners i I WIIM cnlleil! to S Iij V
11-Ttuslecs, J. L. Han( ell, R. One of the American experts summed declared the nominee1llepii'hi'ntal'rte '
rm (d-nrtlv and found, that the youngman's ulr with the result that a I h i h- ru'l"' older nt 10 I o'clock a. III. bv C. A.Itn'ioitH vi' 1.
1 l II, Griflis; and J. W. Wilkerson; three up the situation as he entered the I Green; of I'railford: , I j.' 1;
neck was broken. He seems to \biooni m being turned, ''tut. dm I man, with i I lh.' following

.. have fallen head first from the car I mills assessed.No. mooting paving: pi'c'sc'iiti'd for spcakt'i pro tom tho' lathe fur tI..> htindluBis i bitS 1 'mh"I'.i I,",t.sent, tit-iv i t: .J. M. I llrown- !),
and I Own to have pitched- beneath it, 1(3-Trustees( J. M. liiownloe, "The chances are favorable to nn nnniv of Ili'pu'sontativu: I'; p. Wilson A of the turning unit Ml.jinuley ". lee, O. V. Brooks nnd I Drew' Reddish.Minutes I I
agreement hut we have tint ngieedyot of pnsco count : I'ut'h pail equipment f.
as there wns evidence that the rearwheels .J nulls). J. Crosby assI: e,1.antI J, I,, UiuloiluII; three ," of Luke, seconded) Kc-presentativc the notti hint ion. ( has ulieudy hi'cuicd tliousamls i of last mooting I rond anduipi j.

piixc'i| over his body. ot feet of timbei! suilublu fur thu | 'ovod. "
of the L. C. POWELL[ Then' was no opposition and he wns further time was : ''
C. :II. Phillips, father young Upon motion, /
man was immediately notified and Attest: Chairman.1 I ('IT'OT CII, :MEETING! : lie. i.ncil, I iiiiiniiiulcil/ byW'IUlllutloll, /making of bundles ami! la I>|MU exiioriiiiciitintj I' gianted Commissioner I IJohorts! to inextigulo '(:
with the yellow mu Jill uImiiille. "
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"W.lluni'' | \
S removed, the body to his home whereit f;. R. POPPELL, 1 was elected Chief \' the condition of I Leo Crosby, :
Secretury-Supt. The toun council met in regular l session ( leik by acclamation. | I 1 Ins ,makes an cpllonully :)

was was prepared held! Monday[for, burial.morning The and funeral --------.-, - I, April 1st, with the following I Foi assistant Chief C'liik Mr, G:icon I I good liuiullt/ unil while, it duos not l pauper.l.ill ,1 inoMcntcd by I D. N. i llama for S 1:'
members I D. C. Jones chairman of I:trial ford show up kK well us thu niuplu it u I
ENJO\AULE: DINNKK: : present: county presented the claimed for right >
the burial was in Dynl cemetery. 1'In'I iti; ,rf 0 for dumajus \
---.-- - I ; J, F. Colby, O. J. Jullln, J. W. namu of E.<: 1\[. Johns of the siiine coun : capable of' vvitliHtuiiding haul HCIVICU.UcsuleH for load through huluml '
of public
function of White. I He elected without thu brooms HIM .linn I intend way
RETURNING: : SOLDI Kit BOYS Aver) enjoyablesocial ty. was opposition I hunt Dukus to Luke ItuLlur. After -
the week was the dinner purty given :Minutes of last m'.tinlwero/ read I | to ship they are working up u business being considered und in thu ub-

Owen J. Anders, reached by Captain and Mrs. S. A. Bryan on and approved. in thu hundlus alone :tionio:; time ultoine motion
of ,
Sergeant sencu! county upon J
Tuesday evening in honor of their son- Motion carried to allow widows' exemption (il ()\VI.Ni: OF ItliOOM( [ COICN:/ ago :'11'. tiuiul<'y stated that hu had! further connuluiu-,
home last Sunday afternoon, after a bill laid over for
I service of twenty months in the Na- in-law, Mr. Arthur Williams, who returned to :Mrs.[ W. 1' Tompkins. oidels fur uovoiul lliousund !hamllca tion.

tional army: Sergeant Anders and a few days ago from France, The town attorney was instructed Broom corn belong to the grass'' for other cancel'ns. As a sulu II. L. iruen, captain of the convict

SrrHl P. ('an "I' of I nk> Fiitl"r. were where he served with the signal corpsof to draw bill to be presented to tho family arid is of the sumo species as i i line to thu broom making industry it camp, uppeurud before the board und
the famous Twenty-seventh Divis- legislature increasing the bond limit common sorghum used for making IS a very profitable! one.CKOSR1 .
the (.t-t: men to leave )UruJford county sy ----5-- ..- uskcd that he bu I permitted to dispense S
of the selected ion. Places were laid for ten and of the town of Starke from $75,000 to rup. It differs from all other plants thoio was ..
under the operations with the night guard, us
the $100,000.I of the same species, having panicles
call those present to enjoy sumptuous work
draft law. There was a for two only a few convicts to on public
men to leave in advance of the first ...., .."...ues the minor guest, were, The'time for paying city taxes was or seed h ail.s with much longer roads, und further asked that the oul-

main party and they asked to be sent. Captain Albert II, Freeman, Lieutenant -' extended to May J st. straighter and stronger branches or1! Crosby. Luke, April 11.--J. 1.. Un. ely of day guard, I be niciuused to $50 ., S

With the exception of a short fur- 1 H. C. Richard, Sergeants George The council adjourned until the next straws. This ditTerencu is wherein '! deihill and! children motored to thid month. After being considered

home he has been continuously Anderson, Owen Anders and Morgan' regular meeting. lies the value of the plant. I' .suction :Sunday:; utturnuon.Mm. . per grunted
lough sumo wad
on duty from that time until now. Seven Darby, Private E. C. Scott, Messrs.[ F. i! C. A. FUTCH, Broom corn i is. divided into two H. !M. McRua returned home W. T. WEEKS; .
months of his service was abroad F. Stump N. Sternberg and E. S. Town Clerk. groups, known as. the Standard and' from Sanderson Saturday wheru clue Clerk.

t Matthews.The __v __._ Dwarf varieties. The Standard grows was called to the bedside of her neph- .. ._-
but he did not get into any of the big ---- -- -
battles. The camp where he was at bountiful spread of delightful BIRTHDAY DINNER to a height of ten to fifteen feet and I Iprolu'es ow, Jasper Davis who was very ill. IN:/ MlMlLYlFIIRMOThIER:: ; i
a brush eighteen to twenty- Upon her arrival there he hail, already S ,
first stationed in France was under viands and the congenial company
. % bombardment from the time he landed made this occasion one long to be remembered On March 27th a birthday dinner i eight inches long; I Dwarf grows. from passed to the Great Doyond. Dear mother depuitod thin earthly r.. p

there, and he was up at the front ont by those present. Many was given at the home of J. J. Miller I i inear four to nix feet high and producesbru Mr.' Davis was in the training rump lifo March U, lUl'J! und left our humble

J. several occasions in the course of his I good war stories were told by memo Worthington Springs, it being h from ten to c gntccn jnches 'long for several' months ami was on the borne so lonely. The lots is almost

tho who service h'H' fiRth birthday. A large crowd of Broom corn ran be raised in almost firing lutes when thn armistice wan boar but God
training for the big: service that was j jeypected I bers of party saw overseas |I greater than we cun ,
to follow. He had good and all the great political friends attended the birthday: feast, lilly part of the United States' since I II digued. lie reached" borne safely ami, knoweth best, und we should ever IJot I 1'

health and would not take a mint of questions, from compulsory military and the tables were loaded, with !good I but from two to three months of good i without any wounds His friends uio HubmiSHive to his culling. .

money for the experiences of the past training to the next presidential campaign things, to eat. Mr. Miller resolved several growing weather is all that is reiuir-1) I grieved to hear of his douth.Wo ; !(

twenty months, but is glad to be.! ba-k were threshed out and definitely (', birthday gifts.: lie only has two u.I] tn produce! a crop, and any soil that I II Iis aieg lad to rcjioit :%I re. Mamie Just smooth, !buck her golden hair :

at home and ready to return to civilian settled. 'I' daughters! Mrs. I"". W. Edonfield: of I sufliciently fertile to produce a good Luke improving tins week and I we (Iii her queenly brow with tender fold euro>> .

h pursuits. Captain Bryan and family proved the Ncbo section, and Mrs. J, )F, Edenfield i'up of field) ) corn will suit for broom hope to Hee her out coin Gather the the robes form in that a final will col.!. I k.'

A very pretty little incident. indica- themselves rolay entertainers and! the ).\ of Worthington. In the afternoon M'rn Climate is perhaps a more potent ------ Around grow S S

. tive of the sentiments of all the fine departing guests were most cordial in eyorvbody departed for home, oxprrssinif \- fatter than is tho soil ; the plant | color, it is iiocossury that warm, dry Lay on her bosom, J pure u* snow, :i .

fellows wlv are coming: back to us their expressions of appreciation for *I themselves as having )had an be'ng st-b-tropical and does best in III| weather prevail ut harvest time. Dry The fairest flowers that grow; "I
after their nelf-suonficim service, occurred the delightful evening. IIItS | "njoya le time and wishing! their host worm sunny climate where there i is1su(7i weather is essential to the production Kiss her and leave her, your 4

I IP connection with Sergeant: many more years of life I ( <'lent rain during' the early part of a good quality of brush; getting ,

Ander arrival Sunday afternoon.. Hu !\ LOCO I'I'IIII.J.II'S I I - .- of the growing season to produce a wet causes much of the straw to burorrie In dreuinlo. pence she will Bleep tonight.

strong rapid growth. red I, reducing, it.i value to aboutone. : .
came in on the limited train and wasmoving HIGH SCHOOL) OKGAtfM ATRCK "
I toward home at a lively pace. Mrs. Loco !May[ Phill:ps, 21 years of TEAMlirnd'ord : : I lroom! corn does well In this section I ,half.! Kuiri: upon the crop titter it !Put by her work and 1 her vacant used chair to;

When he reached the intersection of age, wife of E.: 15. Phillips died in this I ns some! farmers have grown it here I has been cut will cause it to bleach or 1'old up the gunnynts chic

Call and Walnut streets an n-quoin- city Sunday afternoon after a ""h'lrt County High School his for u number of years quite Mur.t'8-4-1 i lose its fresh, green rolor and, take wear;

tance across the way called to him. illness. Besides her husbnnd and two 'I crtriini/.i-d. a tra-k team to attend th,! 'full"I I ... I However, w" would, ,. on u yellowish\ or red cast. Thn market For her work ussigiiud her under the ii

Without slackening his pa-o he called children, the deceased is "rviv1 I by Florida Ftato high( School meet aiam."villl' any farmer t'i plant more! than one ur''i I demands brush of good green color nun .

back "See!' )-tu later, I'm going home h'-r father two sisters and four hrotheri. (; Arril I 10th.! The! officers t'. i' u r-s at first us this amount he uricl of u, fine liber; to obtain this the U now finished and nnd victory bid her won.'I'u'rulerly good.bye SShea
kiss her
now," and look-n1: neither to tvo riTht The brdv has boon rr""nred for w"re ole ted as follows: < nil handle oaiilv and with very lit- 'crop must lu feathered when in bloom

or left he moved "n at quick time to- turinl by ,Funeral I Iire'torlarcII: Jlanager !S! S. Howling.) : I I'',. ru-urution for .curing.". A large; or when the anthers are full ng from gone to dwell with Jesus: in mansions

ward the little cottage in the western Conunt, and ompan.fld: hv ro'atives'! TaMnm. Humid Wall. t "i.I, !(1> cannot I I.e properly handled or the heads In this condition the needs high;
awaited his forwarded o'l'l"'kI"n; rut in marko'ablo, shape without the are of course undeveloped find are, Sweet, perfect lust that knows no
part of town, where there was at 10:10: I J c retary and Tieasurer, Hay Col-
coming the good woman whose anxious \ -II *!a" m rnini* to Kni'ord: for interment. I ley. us- nf a thr. her nnd bnler; therof ,, therefore of little value, but the straw limn' no throb, no thrill.O .
1'''. wn advise planting small rronsut 1111 I then at its bust for broom making ( life suulimo beyond all speech, Silt
prayers had followed him through Jacl:son' illf Times-Union. I Hnrolc! Wall and Carr Colby nr the rast twenty month -mother.It I 0 Allowing! up line in the-. sprints. nary f'rst\ as n tryout and if a loJllual-( ) ami brings: the highest price when 'I hut only: the pure through dyini;
ify "f bru'h is produced| it will bo a cured. The should be gathered roue h.
i if so with all "the boys. Theyare The Ula: k I'arlinRtrols; will puton : Walter Kuhl Horace Wit ion: I rop :
all glad! to be bark at home. When j I a show at the G-uetv, tonight, m and fjody: : Crosby are doing exceedingly rrolitutle, crop and can be enlarged, on | up the same day it i M cut und) should God umlurstunds\ : and his ways are

Licuacnant Richard had finished withgrl.'etinl'S per program printed last week. well in the long runs. in 'ith'-r year.Plantng \ e sprcud in barn or shed to dry, as it right, ,
to friends and relatives wh- I 1 Willie i : .should be done the latter must be dried in the shade und aired} God bless dear mother; shu will rest
I Eopcrson: is leading by a good
met him at the train his first remark New Ycrk gave the division is something margin in the running(' broad jam: ,> part" of April or the first weeks in there to get best results. tonight. VlmENCY.I .

as he made a quick survey of familiar long to be remembered. and short put. The team is round,? May as cool nights should be past and With an up-to-date broom factoryIn I _VERA S

surroundings was "By George, this Is Everett Clemons, who went into the up in shape and although having little the ground warm for the seedi. The I operation in Starke, which will turn I of the

the best looking sight my eyes have service early in the war, has been discharged experience, this being the first plants must be kept free of weeds, as out several hundred brooms per day, Owing to the rapid. growth Cattle
.Kust: Coast
had in many a day." and accompanied Sergeant year in this line of athletics, tney are ,growth is flow! at first., but grow and a market always good on broom I business of tho abbatoir
card from home rapidly when started J oft well. corn this Industry promises to be a Company, a IOUOUU
A Private Eugenn Sheller Anders as far on the way aa: going out to win. bo-
announces his return from overseas. Jacksonville, where he stopped over C---- [If soil Is very rich plant thicker, i great one for Bradford county. (slaughter house) H to be erected

He is at present at Camp Gordon, Atlanta with relatives. Anders and demons j SERVICES AT OAK GROVE for a too fertile soil produces coarse Any farmer wishing more information fore the close of tho year. In busmen order I

and another after heavy straw, not desirable in making on the cultivation of this crop to care for the increasing
expects to be dischargedfrom fellin,with one soon entering I
service in the near future. the service at Camp Jackson | Conference w'll' beheld nt ihe Oak a good broom. I will be shown samples of the different at Miami the East Coast Cattle Com-coM I

Arthur Williams who arrived home and were together throughout the war Grove church Saturday nr.d !Sunda/, | [In ord'!r that the crop may be har- grades of corn and receive special instructions i 1 pany will also erect a J3.000 which

a few days ago was with the Twenty. This was rather unusual. Not many April 19th and 20th, pred! over ny vetted at the right time and in good in the planting, cultivation storage plant in that city, and enterprise in- S

seventh Division, largely made up of Bradford county men had the pleasure President J. M. Stephens, Jr Dinner condition and theb rush dried rapidly, and harvesting of same by calling at Is to be completed

New Yorkers. lie says the reception of serving together. 1! on the ground. Everyone Invited. I I so that it will retain its fresh, greel lithe factory of the Quigley Broom Co. } operation by the middle of July.


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r i' I. members who became entranced by lay, by the news of the death of ;Mrs. been right busy: with his practice the

I i the unusually good music, fulgctting ;Mary Langford of lleilbronn section. past few daj'H. We! give them a hem:;
I She.had been in the hospital in Jackurn welcome to our town.
for the moment that they were in the
I ICo wrong pew, they turned themselve- rile for some time. The body was! A. ;M. Williams was trun-mtn! ,-
II over to utan and his devils and with brought: to Starke Monday night and business in Starke ;Monday.

II I the rest of the sinners tripped the interment made at'Dyal cemetery on Last :Saturday; an election was h.

"light fantastic toe." "Where ignorance Tuesday.! at Hampton. to elect trustees for t t1'I
is -blill", 'tis folly to be wise." - Hampton school. The trustees oN, t

4; 11 'i!' fry The prospects' of the matrimonial EAST STARKE :NEWS' were Messrs.! A. A. Durdeti, A A 1b I,

''Ill market the coming year is very flat Donald] and, J. :M. Maxwell.A .
''f ) The farmers in this section is busy
{ tering. The variations' in the weather
Ili social was given ut the !Hamp'( '
,I for the pant few days have caused. planting. Hotel Friday; ev'nin'J'h... y.u,
several bloods like Drew Alvarez Miss Morgan visited Miss'Ellen
young folks fathered, in the parlor, KHIM' l i i
l : Joe Alvarez, John Wills, J. W. Geiger Wednesday! afternoon. with each other and played] I".

H dg"s and B. II. Jones to considerthe Mrs T. A. Underhill visited her games, after which refreshment-, a .

f advisability of such a step. The pal'ent.II'! and :Mrs. J. P. Drew.''served. They all report fine tin,
latter is considered quite a catch.ha'inl ,
n' Thursday afternoon 1'rof. R. A. Green 'nor ernuctir \.:-" I h,
embarked in the mercantile
.f ; il ilI ( :ML sirs. R. A. Weeks J. II. Hitch left laHt.F'idu.v, f"r i T.i'l'! !,'n;

biz. and J. S. Homsby went on a fishing see vnore he will begin hp>- v,, "i', I

-;MAN--ABOUT. TOWN.. trip to Kmgsley Lake Friday.. Bradford county's rprc's, (-1)u',, ( 'I I

lI l- visitedMr. is the second 'l.\1' that Mr: . ,
iiIIIJi MILLER :Mr. and :Mrs S. G. Borough )
,; ;;,N } ; I IIII Ilf; ; and Mrs. S. Morgan: Sunday.Mrs. has worked I in the Hamilton f h.'. >'
ll 6? I ii( I his ho1of! friends henwi. li h'o' '",
I 4/rGl'i; I ill I'llh : Many of the farmers of this community J. D. DI''w'IIH the guest of
i c: ; attended the good roads meeting her daughter/ Mrs. T.A. Underhill, less! in his new work.

l \ I held at Lake Butler last Tuesday Sunday afternoon. I Miss Elmer Bishop one of H.. .

ci ii'i evening. Grandma Hornsby is. on the sick ton's popular young ladies, atti. I

I Denzil) Thomas. made a business list this week. church at Starke SunJ.ay.

to Worthington Saturday.H. Mr. and Mrs. L. DidenVwuirli ,
''i 1 ropn hrn trip We are /glad to report that Mrs.
r I I I)' 1)r rubwoo x J t+em.df ua I I'I S. :Miller and family attended Margery Parrish is slowly improving. delighted, over u fine buy which u. <
; church Bt Worthington Sunday. ed :Monday[ night.
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, 1 ) : n I III II; I I D. L. Clyutt made a business trip HAMPTON Ho' i- Hall and Industrial I Farm,
;1 1 f'' ;k ; q C '>h,'. iJlh I nil I II I I to Bland Saturday.Mr. sated near Hampton, continues"> I
t I, F i ''! "I I "i1'I I'f I I I'i hl I,, [ and Mrs. II. C Peoples and Hampton April 11.-W. II. Jones fruit I. t-e comfort and 1 .joy f

: I Ii family attended church nt Sardis Sat of Gainesville, has lately moved in tho charges.Lieut... .

i: {j 1 r; i" II ! urday, and Sunday. Sparkman! IHHI.-C- south of the ;Masonic! :Al..j'; Odom is to lie c" ." ,

I roppy r.d baa. rids I. C.arl!, of the Providence sec.tion HilI!. This is the second. time :Mr.[ plated upon securing the .services ,,.f, i

.f, Ajj', and"Jt.n.half-pound, pound hump passed thru here one day past. Jones and family have located in our such faithful and devoted people. Can"

t j ' dor*-and-that ctatty i Carl and Miss Carrie Belle Drown, town and they have many friends tain Disler is a scientific farmer ai! .
practical pound crfttalgta
yr I'' .m humidor wag who have been attending school at here.We the broad! and bright\' fields. about lip
I o, I IyFy I Lake Butler, spent Saturday and Sunday are sorry to state that Hay McKinney Hall are beginning to show the cllwt,
I I Iy 4Y.r p.rf. M.tobaccom.ucAI condition with their pu..ntH.11': and :Mrs. is very sick at this writing.Dr. of his genius. :Mrs.[ Disler is simpK
'yi fr.Y.
: I J. L. lirown. Shelton and family arrived at a past) grand master over those duties -
, G / PUT a pipe in your face that's filled cheerily brimful of Prince .1. S. Brown was among thebusinesisitors Hampton Friday.< They are from Missouri [ which fall to her supervision.

if you're on the trail of smoke peace I For, P. A. will \' to Worthington Saturday.Roy and expect. to make Hampton Hope Hall is a great benefit to the

: 9 sing you a song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your Langford, attended church at tlienfuture home. The Doctor has community as well as to the state.pporUinitfcsAwaii.

(. K.T 'j-C ; life to how much of the national smoke :Midway Sunday. '.
,,,,, job was see joy you B I 1C.;; Brown made u business tripto

could get away with every twenty-four hours I Lake Butler Friday.O. .

;.{. f' a1 You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. L.117.1'11.: of Worthington was
in this community one day recently.
;y You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make the :Misses Virgie and :Myrtle Rogers : f fT

"y boys think of the old front line in France I of the Dukes section, was visiting

: friends. and relatives here Sunday.J. ,. ? srt &* %
1 P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality 1 And, S.
Howard of Dukes was in
I! ',! let it slip into your think-tank that P. A. is made by our exclusive thin community Sunday.

.l I 'r patented process that cuts out bite and parch-assurance :Milliard Parrish made a business.
trip to Bradford Saturday.
that can hit smoke-record-high-spots seven days out of
you N. II. Stokes made business tripto
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,c, : !1 f every week without any comeback but real smoke joy I Brooker :Monday.


f R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Wimton-Salem. N. CO I RISING:

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Rising April 4.-:Mrs. W. A. Sat-

} sTlIDi ( The coming year will leave the dead terwhite, of Englewood, Tenn., who al f I I II If
one far behind and the man who lives has been spending the winter with her

i 1" to write the record of 1887 will haveto grandmother, M..s.of.: C. Neal re-
Items of
i Thirty-two Ago chronicle the brighest cycle in the turned home last week.

; Lm industrial history of our country.The :Mrs Drew Reddish is up again, after

I i ID(6t6IDIDtII4Rlf1tit0i(5tf>r 8ba citizens of Starke have reason a lengthy illness. We are gladto

to congratulate themselves upon the see her improving\
Some of the happenings in Starke Schools, R. N. Dowling; County Commissioners I :Mrs ; Alvarez is I f
I stride and advancement Starke has Malley visiting her ] f..
,3 I and Bradford county during the week I.. Witkovski :M. I.. McKinney I
daughter Mrs Brooks
1 made in the past year. More handsome W. G. at the
i I of January 8, 18H7, thirty-two years I :M. R. Beusley, John S. An- '' and substantial buildings have been I camphor farm ';/ "Money' makes money" is a
ago as chronicled in "The i Florida dr'wK1.: V. Smith. ''
erected and that by home capital thanin Messrs. Alvin and John Jackson of
; Telegraph" edited) by Messrs.. S. I II. | State Officers were: Governor; Edward any other town, in the state double I)i Jacksonville attended the funeral service I ( proverb that is old and true.

Moore and I. ('. Webb. The issue from A. Perry; Attorney-General C. its si/e. That there is a big boom for | of their brother Oliver which I
which these extracts were taken was 1'. ('..oper, Secretary of State, John held often
Starke in the future there is no room i was nt Dyal cemetery Sunday Big opportunities come
Vol. 8, No. :MM:!, showing the Telegraph L Crawford, Comptroller\ W. I). !HIIWI' moved. clocks .
for douht. Business has been fair; )i our up another i \
I a< having then been ill existence for Itiiriii'H; T red surer, K.: S. Crill ; Adjutant the orange growers have realized hour? Should; we farmers work ), ) to folks with a little ready cash.
eight years and :MJ:! weeks.We General( David Lang; Superintendent '
'i' I from their golden fruit more than in harmony with the time \\'eYoul.1 '
a 1 have recently had these! old, papcr (Public Instruction A. J.luII..11. they anticipated, thereby throwing make and gather our crops bc-fori J 'W4 II By starting a saving account

:.. bound in suitable covers' and arranged . more, Cigar: and confidence into the \planting time There is one good J with us now soon will have
I in tho order In'which they Among the fashion (is 'he 1/ you
II I I nofi orange culture of Bradford, county.Our consolation< : They can't change th,. I
I come. From week tit. week will item poke bonnets in. 1I
puUlish hig'ifavor
: II.llot m sufficient enable
in' to
sister city ( not in love but sun, nod the farmers" still continue fo savings you
j I the newsiest happenings, .of those ) with the young l"'Ii' (.... Yhoy.should '' follow time.
le"ati..n" ), Lawtey tfh1)s taken a sun 'i ii
by-gone days. These items will bring I lie without to take advantage of worthwhile
I [ 1 worn" strings.;: step onward. and I several fine brickstores :Math Crosby sure has us "skint" some -
' 1 up many memories. to those! living in Contiactor" I.'. J. Field has shout r
are In course of construction' 'on "corn." I He has some of the prottiest M bargain.
: Starke and Bradford. county in those completed the large two story brick 1
in that thriving town. The strawberry i corn up that w'c'vo seen.: The
days, some sad, some pleasant, but building for ;Mr., N. J. Junes.
farms 'around, Luwtey are the best rest of us haven't even got( ours
I so many years have come arid gone ;Mr. Oo.; Williams ;Mr. ever known, which accounts for the 1 planted.Tho /4i! i+tt To wait may be too late.
\ since then that I the items will bo: interesting \V I M:,. IliwiH! in in the city to .upend I frost ,
continued broad smiles of the denizens Tuesday night was ratheihock :
I to both "Id and the winterW. ,
young. of that place. I wish I a to the (lI..n11an.1' did quite
'' you success
j In those days the subscription. rate (c. .1 ,.rrie'I"ntlln.1.
mi faithful
s our
', strawberry, growers' of Lawtey and I'a bit of damage.\' I'I'Jilt $-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$ $-----S
.r' I was pt-r" in advance-' -"No: : ex mnr" linl, has moved Ins storeami ,
/ Norman had fourteen i
may this crop, which you have introduced taro
' : discrimination! in favor of anybody.. "restaurant to the' lui'Mirur foiMievly :
into our county, beioniu a .staI planted]I to cotton that was killed !It j' '
\ Great Oaks from Little
i I The advertising rates given were $1 occupied by 1). L. .\lvatcx. Hill ale production. to which the soil of I t the I Acorns Grow
t: I per' mjuure. ( If wants to know he Intends to have first .
anyone class
; says : a Bradford, county I is so well adapted. ; This is ...IIIh. unusual weather forApril. I
'1' what constituted a newspaper's, restaurant. i in overv ",1111'u1I1r. ,
b and it that doomed
seems we are BRADFORD
, : ( "mH'itro": in those days they will have !Mr. S. I'. (Gardiner received I aChiistmns ,The new ri Irond schedule has gone for hard luck. I COUNTY BANK

, n to impure of some venerable newspaper box fl'ol1hi\ pare-its in into ,effect and four passenger trains The community wall saddened' Tucs.Llfo. Bradford County's Financial
}tl ,i J man, as the: ,compiler) of these Maryland: cunhti)1 '," n :Ml I III. ham an now pass Starke daily. All of them' i I'stop Stronghold
notes! was not then a resident' of this elegantly. dressed! turkey a fine lot except one, and no one has the ESTABLISHED 1889
planet and certainly' not troubled of the best sausage >. ,, cr lasted, power to stop this one ('XI'.pt1.: ... STARKE FLORIDA
V' with (extracting/ \ .. "$1 per' square" and. a bushel of apples. Kelly, the highest railroad. official inI' "Young ninn. there Is nothing "worse
t' from the advertisers. Bradford county. Whenever he takesa than high/ life on n low salary said
) Readers werecharged The Tunes-Union hu.s enlarged to
' \ for at 25 cents line. The an notion for this lightning train to the vise man who Is al'aYRr1'IIIt/ ailvice. ,,: .
per eight-page It is the --'
for "
paper. paper -'- = =:
I don't know 1 the -
c. Telegraph t then was a four-page 7- "Florida.Mr. .stop all he has to do is to pull out "Oh replied I r -ti

'x; fi column hhcet patronized freely by thepatent : II, W. F.piferson: and :Miss Liz of his pocket, a red handkerchief and | young himself man"It's who no know worse a thnn thing/low or two life I

medicine advertisers, Homo of zip Bugg will be married, at the wave it a few times. The engineer, i "
high! r'lnrldu Times-
: whom, are till in existence, (advertising HaptiHt church by Uev. Dr.1 Talbird who is on the lookout, discovers the on n tmlnry. -
I is the thing that signal and immediately the airbrakes ] I
1. kept them in Tuesday, llth. inst. All friends invited.
\ )business) and by a goodly number of .. are applied. The train stops the conductor .I -

I local business men. In fact most every Mr. Arthur Darby and bride spent and Mr. Kelly whisper to each LIFT CORNS ORrCALLUSES

t business man must have had an ad of I Christmas in this. city with friends 'i, other a few seconds, the engineer is I
some Hurt, as four columns of the :Mr. G.; W. Livingston is building signalled to move on, and before you I 1 '. OFF
front page were needed! to handle u nice addition to his cottage on Call can turn around she has climbed the t,
the overflow of advertising. from the street and otherwise. improving his grade' and soon disappears in the distance
4 other place "Wonderful that Is, remarksMr.
l'IIIt"II.t Doesn't hurt! Lift corn or THE UNIVERSAL CAR
:Mr. J. : Lake ]low the world! do move.
Some of the G.
advertiser' were :Miss Alvarez is beautifying off
t I I. Bugg. J. W. :Mason & (Co., S. T. Sturke by painting and. repairing his Starke. like other small cities, is callus with fingers I There are more than 3CCOCCO Ford

1 Temple, R. H. Austin. Dr. J. O. already handsome home Mr. Alvarez I I I inflicted with her full share of .. -
Haynes, J. L. disking, Andrews A 'is always among the first to improve !|I men of leisure, better known R'entl"1 ;; cars in daily operation in the United

Alvarez U f>. Mim'r.V.. C. Jones, The Telegraph was not issued last ] bums and loafers.! You can see / States. This is a little better than one-
,, :\1. N. Illunton Hampton W. II. Rivers week on account of its being Christmas I congregate every' day around the depot
Tate Powell\ :51. P., Sweat & week. Printers. as well ns other about thirty minutes before the ] half of all the motor cars used in America. .I

Crews, II. p. Culver' I.ollillVitkov81d, people must have a rest at least oncea fast mail is due ns thick as buzzards: The Ford car is man's
J. J. Kelly\ Orange College\ : Starke Institute year. Ion an old dead horse, to watch the'' every neces-

(Dr. A. 1' Smith, O. L. Keone Observations of the :Man About Town agent take the mail off of the sity. No matter what his business may

F..1. Field I, I.. C. !Hull, Dr.( W. Vincent. i The glad New Year has come again mail crane going at the rate of thirtyfive '' be, it solves the problem of cheapest '
tj J. W. (Curdell, A, L. Von Kirn R. R |i and the :Man About Town first miles an hour. They are a nuisance I
94 1 hunter As attorneys Starke boasted to the Readers of the Telegraph greeting to any town and are only fit to j r ak.. transportation. solicit your order
of three: Comer I.. Peek, :M. C. Jordan obstruct sidewalks and otherwise. inconvenience '
wishes them i
many returns of the sen- i 1 now, because production is limited and
j the of business. ,
J. T. Wills; Lake Butler was represented son. As. f mark these milestones people I I
I t. by Attorney .L. H. Rhodes. my journey I feel! that even an oldfellow on) understand that a large number of |I we must make it the rule to supply first
.. Of Lodges, :May Lodge No. 10, I. O. them have already made applicationto
such as I orders
ama laggardj I first.
I P. Hradford mere the board of county commissionersfor I Touring Car, $525; Runa-
lodge F. & A. :M., j the way, whose chief delight! is to
t"t"o. c..ola Tribe No. I 1. Order. of Red watch the others as they fight the when a berth In their ."pauper home" 'I tk II bout, $500; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775 ;
they institution
,' get in full
I b"ttl--hll" many reasons to remember Truck Chassis. $550. Prices
operation.The I I f. o. b. De- i
1 City officers w'reIayor: T. A. the by-gone years pleasantly.( If (
,'. ,. KI1 1chtIal..hlll; : K.: D. Wall; Clerk I I'Hi takes, along with him the recordof have grand) ball which no doubt you troit. 1
!t' It. I,. Sparkman; Treasurer II. II. a good many faded hopes and Sorrows Ifill heard of Christmas. evening )i iI J
J' Johns; City Attorney J. T. Wills; hi. successor comes in with his I was managed by a few who imagine. Don't suffer! A tiny bottle of'
i t Alderman. John C. Richard. J. :\. 1: young hands full of bright promises themselvesGuile of Creation and Freefone coats but n few cents at any FORD GARAGEI i
who think that n success of a ball\ drug store. Apply a few drops on the I
Trilby Tale Powell\ J. :M. Johns, D.L. I and pleasant anticipations. I :
fII I I is unknown in this city of nearly calluses and "hard skin" on bottom !
Alvur'z.I A. w.
j No hils't'j. & G. A. ANDERSON
younger year looked I J.OOO inhabitants without their valni.ble of feet, then lift them off. 1 II Proprietors
{I County officers were: Judge, J. forwlI..1ith brighter auguries or assistance. Truly Puik Is right When Freestone removes corns from II
it R. Richard Clerk Court. II. F. York backward. with less to I s-tAnKE. FLORIDA
, ; ; regret than "What fools we mortals be." There the tll"S or calluses from the bottom
It' Sheriff. II. W. Kppers.m: ; TX .\,,. the infantile '87. Our crops have' fod was nothinp special at this dance of feet, the kin beneath' Is left pink I .JlIlli l

essor W. n! Wainrisr'' ; Tar rMIIe.-- I the world and the product of our industries I except good| music, charming and anti healthy and never sore, tender or !U

I for, II. Ilaynes, Superintendent of ore familiar at the antipodes. handsome Indies, and for stray church i..ritntl'd.-AdV' N'o. 25. J -_ _-_-.

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-- - { pany's oil tanks are located only a'
short distance from the scene of the
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. file but were at no time in danger : ,tWlZ9tiLEYS ficw THE LITTLE SHOEBy

.........--..Ml.........ixninHim*...*, ..,r-HH-*vuwnui.".. nuHunwav*....,,.*......!....e- after the arrival of File Chief Phil t
I I I I ills and his men. It is believed thaI .; '+' F'tltf t.r 4uM 13'5.i JACK LAWTON.

: Live State News t the roundhouse and other IW"l"Oo\III'\ I
|, j buildings will be immediately replat-I I

L.-.**.******.**mnmmmmm f.wwfLLllwrwwrennwl.aTold ed by the railroad company t 1 x t; 1 (i ip> "11'". I >i I.. \t. H IIi. N. UNI..ip r l lIr/6)

by Our Exchanges. Hilly picked It up on his WilY home ti 1
The body of an unknown stranger from the tin all'r. lie Inul been about 4
'- -. I --- -- ---. was found flouting in Lake Herosford to cross tho rciiul In miler, to hull a 4.
three miles west of DoLand late Saturday tnxl, \\ 111'1h" noticed, n dark object
A number of Okccchobco farmers citrus canker This was the decisionof
afternoon in ten feel: 01 watel, i half burled l In the snow at l his feet.
will put out a trill of garlic this a committee of who met
crop growers .'
near the :Miller dock by Vepiosenta- I I1l1t) .. honest fiiee wrinkled In perplexity
fall. in Lakeland Saturday afternoon to I
I tive :Murray Sams Ten minutes previous us lie turned the thlnj over In 111*
I to final decision the
come matter.
a in hi finding of body the strangerhad hand, to him It lookcil HKe a child
Lakeland citizens are for It decided that tho I
petitioning was however
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been seen by Sl'\'l'I'IIII'III.ti.s walking bed-room shoe1 \\liat 1'100bllt a In d- ,
the expenditure of $100,000 should flak
on new glowers an appropriation in the direction of the dock. The room Mioo would bo llui'il with quilted .1
street of JOO.O)0!:: () of the .
paving.The I' coming legislature sheilff's office has been unable- toidentify I Millu' uncl furred, around the top?
I for the eradication of canker and
the man, but no .stone i is: being "(ir ""'hnt11 muttered Hill "would l u Kiel
Florida Presbytery will meet other citrus '
Look All In sealed
pestsIt for
!unturned to do The ,, In bedroomsllppi
>!o. stiangel's 1ty 1 cli'lntf out In the street u
with the Presbyterian church in 1'bitI'll I \
ice vn April th. age was estimated fiom Ii5: to 70 youisHe the name: a 4 ,; } packages. t.l i V" Ile> pnxsc'cl. the iiucNtion' \
I is estimated that thousands of was five feet .six 01 .seven illd1l'sl oi. i tei thu tiixl driver. i

Winter Turk a thriving little town dollars worth of damage was done to I II ''in height and, of flail" physique, had "Thllt OHIO'S 11 vnmnn'a cnrrlanabo i

in Jinnee county, will spend $<0,000 the vegetable crop in Aluchim county a gray mustache and wore a suit of I ."i." the fault e'\pliilneil.I'.lllv I
on blic-ct improvements. by the heavy frost Wednesday moi'ning. :' either daik blue 01 black. lit 1 had on \ \IIIA not oITi'inloil. Ho wns glue
The heaviest loss will be : t
I glowers his twenty-five tentall silver
person to flail some-erne to talk tn. Next link '
liaitovv is picpuiintr to constiutt a cucumbers., watermelons, and beans | u pui A number of planters worked up to knife, Masonic button and screw .
golf course on the Homeland road 1"111..11101\ the AVi'st. I'pou the
about one and a half miles from the midnight Tuesday covering i their I :shut stud in tie. He also: had a tiain- i t Irma I romlntt lie liad imtlccvl the dlf-
,< city. young plants, and these were waved I, inan's "special; ( watch m 5 year open (der fl'n'II."f:

; -- | but about everything uncovered! was I II face use. A colonel's inquest was ; ,I x'i .Helps appetite I In r.llly's: homo.. town everyone spoko 't

.Vl V' The court house at Sanford, in Seminole I hit haul by old' Jack I'rnst In some not deemed noeossuiy' l heath probably and dlscstlon. I| to e-verycmc ('I>!l'. Ills enr companions '.

county is being remodeled. instances beans were killed that were I I occurred 1 before the body struck Three flavors. | hud 1 turned up their colliirs ut his iippiouih If''
bearing; and nearly ready for pick- .
the water either from heart diseaseor
i When finished it will be one of the and unsoeliilily\ lost tl.elr
i ing. It is estimated that the fruit apoplexy, alit haul not sunk and I'.1
model court houses of the state. within them. Itllly vus very loneJy.He
\' I crop was hurt some Many farmers no water was found in the lungs I was discounted., Perhaps It would. ; '
I were in Gainesville Thursday buying J| O enough make
not to
The machines used in hulling castor have beeu bettor to have stayed and
I se-ed for the lost
beans in Plant City have been sent to replanting crop. One of the most phenomenal things spent Ills pile In the plnco where ho hud

a point in New Jersey. It is reportedthat I --- happened Friday night on the CoastLine WRIGLEYS good we rondo It ; ho was, very sorry that I!
the outfit will eventually be ship- A horrible accident occurred at Mc- the age limit prevented Mm from going
Alin ten miles south of Live Oak that has ever transpired in this l
ped to India.Florida's I to war there, one might flail, cumrn.l..sIInlllolYllllllUll'ttc 1
Sunday afternoon when a southbound part of the country when the track must KEEP It good until understanding! Even

citrus fruit shipments' I, A. C. L. train struck an automobile for a distance of nearly twohundredfeet the home town md fulled l him In that

through Thursday March 27 totaled driven by O. T. Wade, who attemptedto between the Buie siding and the get It. The other boy hut! all married while oI
19,811 cars. That is more than 495 make the crossing ahead of the Steenhatchie bridge near Perry slid you lull was absorbed In the success of his .

trains each forty cars long, and all I train. The engine struck the car which west over eighteen inches, propelledby fortune Now they were witlsflecl l In : '

filled solid with Florida oranges and became fastened on the cowcatcher some hidden and gigantic force their homes and he was left out l<10.

grapefruit. I I and was dragged about two hundred which at this time has not been accounted Hence the sealed packalZeImpurityproof nut then there Inn! newer been a girl j'
;. yards. In the car was Mr. dnd "Mrs. O. for. The entire track and to hold M. fancy Rill couldn't tell
The first market Pasco T. Wade of Brushy Hammoi'k, Lafayette because he had continuedIn
day in coun- roadbed in places were seemingly' why, perhaps .,.
ty was held in Dade City recently county and four children. pushed west, while at places just -guarding, the hope of finding, one, like his

' h i t and was a big success. There were Mrs. Wade and baby were killed and, the rails! were apparently pushed for- mother She had< been such o tensor, .

\ 300 farmers present; 80 articles were Mr. Wade and three children weieseriously ward and with such force that the preserving the delicious con faithful creature. Kill eoulitn't think '. '

< listed and $1,300 was the gross pro- I inpured. The injured' have spikes in the cross ties were pulled of her yet without n lump In his. throat I
'f. coeds from sales 'i been earned to the A. C. L. railway I out from their place j. Where the c -'A. the girls; he bad, met were differ } .

hospital at Way-cross for treatment track crosses a trestle, the heavy tents-the beneficial goody. ant So he !lilt! In the taxi looking clown I

1|*' The Ocklawaha river is to be deep- by special train. I cross beams resting on cement and II the little show unit, woiKlcrlntf what ,

ened four feet and about forty bends 'rock were forced at least fifteen to I"n do with It. ,

I u" will be straightened out ,giving a ,10I I With a revenue officer watchingto twenty inches \\'E'.t find apparentlythe I I "Put mi ml In the pnper miKBesteilthe ,
': foot waterway to l.eesbuitf. according see that a complete> job was made, ground\ underneath was not elis-". Mill ('ilnnliiK i'liaulTe'ur. "iou'll f

f p to a bill which has passed the house :2J: ,:\IJO: gallons of beer, that was resting turned or clucked ill the least.. The The Flavor Lasts hid your 'hlll"'I111" <|iilcli<'r." \ v.
'* and senate recently I in eight huge casks in the cellar track this .side of the switch separated I The tiling rrnlly mljilit valuable' ,

I"f the Florida 1 li! ew ing CVmpnny. about twenty inches and traffic on the HO Itllly In"'I.t,1" i (its nil I III'U.f It wus. rt
0 In Citrus county about 50 per cent ,I Tanrpn. was. tinned, into the sewer 1'lIlIeI'n... annulod\ for the day. Con-! "".111111111... ciirrliiiri' boot found on. I .

(4 of the corn crop has been planted. I Ihursday and found its.. way into the due u' Joe Pinch snvs the only way Gir SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT Itionilunv Apply' to '\\".'14h'rll''w.: ..- r

. ''J f Young watermelon vines are up to a I liters of the bny. Tho beverage ho can account for the freak action |paper'| Ollle-e." !

good stand and looking fine. About would bo worth $111I.000!!l in St. Louis of the 1'011,11",111", that there must> heu 2SVlllllllllflIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIiIllVlflf1111111111111fllNl 'lln n 1"1111"" Itllly wns so. very linoIy ,
000 acres have been planted to melonson today It is worthless' in Florida because "uhtl'l'r'lIm'lIu pas-age caused by I i I In the Nliniiifc' city, null be i'inise till f

the cast side of the county. I the "dry" law which went the recent high vvatcts, and that the ; ( ( llllllllllllflllllfllllllllllllllll( a | i'hniitTi''ur hail' put the, tboiiKlit: Inti' 'fills (!'

into effect January 1 last prohibits fmee of the underground Htlcalll ,-0- -- -- -- -- .. -- I In ml' be ilniiMKil, n dream, nlioiit 11I1I"'r'IIII. a
The German submarine U-88 .sale within the state or shipment to ,paneled, the surface of the ground but l'|,H>,-,|lhlr|,| (' "'''lIlthy. alto

J I., one of thehips of the ierman navy any point in or out of the tate, of any when it comes to explaining the mils inlnlit I be1, to wear /I/ hoof. Ilku|] !! 'that but' y'
that came out on a "stl' ng" to surrender ort of alcoholic bevorage The boer moving on the ties and breaking the Angora h It t ; h i r FbridaI turn bin, on n wenltb nilulit: mutch hers I

to the allied navies, will visit represents. the last brew made by the spikes, he shook his head and l "said And If Mhi1 would unly he klml-lllllv'H
Jacksonville in connection with tho companybefoie the presidential ile- "It's too much for ml'." All damage 1'111'I Angola (tioat; )" an tuiirrml of bride Inn'k* III tin :South: \Vi' will) elrinm had ,lion beniity for. grantc'd.

Victoiy Loan campaign now opening. | ('I' 'e went into effect last fall. Under to the* load has been. repaired' \ amt IIIDXCII W'lIth in I II lornln These begun to slum April I and, if von \\ill, In had n re e ord' tci Hliuw bark
the new federal excise tax it would trains are running on !schedule time animals will |>iiodiiecfiom (Ii i to0/ 4'11'- there. In the home town' of which no
are" IIitt'rt'sG'd in Anejoriis
t A number of Florida cities have declined I pay SIO.MM into the treasury! if it but as for an explanation of the fronk pounds' or molinir a vc-nr, and mohair : we > : man need, bo iiMhiimeil,
j to abide by tho ""daylight sav- could bo sold. slide none of the lailiotrd men will hats. n ready, sale in thc lies toil gist Hint you Inspect" our herds, be1fore1 The answer innie nlirilptlv.( "\\1 It

ing" law which advanced tho clocksone ( ,commit themselves to any degree unless| at nn average of ('ill< cents thnt time. Under return boot to salute 5. V'hlte- t

hour Sunday. Notable among Among the most promising new industries it is that the load is anxious to a poundAniroiii,!. When/ you buy cuttle, hogs or utoiie Apnrtine.nts, v\ln're, ho will I borewiinli'il
1. these is Tampa which is trying to do for this! southern s'ction. get into Montieello mutton i is worth 10 to 11 Angora (iouls; from Wnlkill I.'iirnm for Ms trouble1''!" The note

business with two kinds of time -city there is none that means more to cents u pound on the market. The you secure nc-e limnlc-l animals, and won tinned' !Mym Ilnrrowa.Itlll .

and government. Dade county than the pi'mini' of 1- Colds Cause Grip and Influenza I Angora requires but little feeding? the value of this cannot be over felt the excitement] ( of a youth i

-_ 000 acres in sisal hemp during the LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablet remove lie, is eusily handled, und with reasonestimated.. We also. have I'ereher Koine to his first party' an bo slipped
' Two men are dead another seriously summer months.! The United States cause. There la only ooe Oromo Quinine" able tare can be made very profit- on and lfelgian brood mndos, Into ills faultless' overcoat and bustene'il -
injured and three painfully injuredas Sisal Company are the owners of JJ E. W. GROVE'S eilnature on box. 30c.: able. weighing from fourteen to sixteen to Itlverslilet, prlve. ITnconselous-!
the result of a terrible explosion 000 acres of land adapted to the successful y,.e have J.OOO fully nrclimatwl hundred pounds, and bred to our Iv lie. wnn n believer In ..rllt..." Wasn't I i'

of a gasoline tank aboard submarine glowing of this plur.t. which LEMONS WHITEN AND does and the largest herd of r..ltishilCh cluH.s Spanish Jack I there lifter nil, eji-ntlny In thnt little +

t chaser 201, at 1050 o'clock Saturday the company propose* to c'Jltivatlnrl BEAUTIFY THE SKIN A FINK SPANISH JACK READY FOR SERVICE shoe lying directly In hit path) H0'
I morning at th. n..1 tea nir.? itation plant as! soon as i>,',.ibl". THIS: plantation wished that the modern Cinderella
i 1 dock at Key West. is largely!: owned b.; capitalists The Walkill Stock Farms CompanyGreen might have i dwelt In humble elrcum- y '

in the Northwest, which insures the Make This Beauty Lotion Cove Springs Florida. stances, his education, hail, been Rood, Y
The potato fields of East Palatka company of ample 'money to developthe yet was this a propitious environment I
Cheaply For Your Face.
and Hastings are every day assumingmore entire acreage. The company owna for a dream girl of appealing gentleness I
and more the aspect of the busy sisal nursery! west from lIallandale.on I Arms,Neck. and Hands. --- ? I

harvest time. The country is thick which are enough plants growing I. I What Kesps tl. yo at H"me. : ker, deceased. lie was' shown Into a luxurious: room
with buyers and the prices now quot to plant the first thousand acres. The At the cost of ;a ;small jar of ordi- More boys. voulil run iivvuy from : This 24th.' day of January 1919. end found himself staring stupidly I.

ed will greatly assist to make up the nursery containing forty acres is set nary cold cream one can prepare a full 'borne to escape II,,' t 'r"II/Y If they .I J. II. RITCir down Into the fretful face of a silver- .
gap caused by a short crop that is an- solidly with sisal plants eighteen Inches quarter pint of the most wonderful lemon I !bad free hoard rooms ,mid lofht-M. to 1246mo. Admnlstrator.. haired woman. "It Is my boot young '..J";

ticipated on account of adverse a part and ranging from six to skin softener and complexion -un to'-Kurt Worth Stnr 'f""' rllnt.I man" the old lady said bninciuely." tI
weather conditions. I I!I fourteen inches in height. beautifier, by squeezing the juice of I Notice "If you have any doubt, get down and .

two fresh lemons into a bottle containing i I Six months after date hereof I will Blip It on. Women are not wearing i

If a car of young hogs raised in :More than $180,000 worth of nitrateof three ounces of orchard white MICKIE SAYSIF present my vouchers and final accountto No. 8 overboots as u rule these days. ; ;
Florida and marketed in Jacksonvillewill soda, the property of the United fare should be taken to strain the juice the lion. Geo. A. Gardiner County I will repay your trouble." "

bring over $2.500 it certainly States government was destroyed bya through a tine cloth so no lemon pulp I PEOPLED JEST, STOP ; Judge of Bradford County Fla., and Tim Westerner. found liln voice. t
looks as if the swine growers of the 'fire that baffled the fire fighting gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh 'r''rMINVC111AT AOlEAfSM'IS ask for my final discharge as admin "Oh I no," he protested "that's all

state were in for a prosperous time. I forces of Jacksonville for nearly two for months. Every woman knows that I THE NEWSPAPER.. MAN'SSOCK istratrix of the estate. of J. R. Barton right." ,
On this basis the 3,000,000 hogs in hours. The stuff was stored in a ware- lemon juice is used to bleach and remove IN fQ.AOE 1'HE.'f'D deceased.. "I Insist' upon paying/ for the advertisement 1
Florida are worth $75,000,000 and the such blemishes as freckles sal- at least," the woman) said I
This' 21th of
house. The entire building and con- tiny January, 1018.KVKIJNA .
number is increasing rapidly.-Jacksonville tents were burned. The alarm was' lowness and tan and is the ideal skin I P.i" UVC.K THEY DO nAHTO sharply and pressed n hell nt her Hide. .))1'l'h..n '
TimesUnion.With softener, whitener and beautifier.Just aenln! Hilly stared but this time, .j )
turned in at about .1:30: o'clock and AdminlstrntlxSCITII .
try it! Get three ounces of MOTHAM 1-21.6mo'- not stupidly.' Ills. keen eyes hud taken b S!
there was a general response as there THEN'D ASK -THBOR.OC.EQ. -- - - -
an average for the entire Issue are other warehouses around there orchard white at any drug store and I 5: OP AI''I.It'-\T' KOK TAX f.t:11: : on 'the light o' dreams' A girl I bud
at the ratio of 14 to 1, I.eesburg of them the limits. When two lemons from the grocer and makeup re A> FREE /y I MlUt! : HK'TIIlN>! S. OK ('IAI'TEIt I entered the room In response. to the
some in city
on Wednesday voted to take her first the firemen arrived the blaze was a quarter pint cf this sweetly' fragrant SACK OP lana |LAWS OF FlOltlKA jll.riliy j ring. Ilir lovely fnro turned, In lmme 4

real progressive step by voting $150-;; found to be beyond control as tho lemon lotion and massage! it daily I notice I. .Ivoon that T .I Allfrmnn '( tunic attention to the wnninn's. "fce-t- 1
000.00 in bonds for the paving of into the face "reek arms! and handsIt I.tin.him. r of tflx nieli. rirtitlcauie numliiri'lr. tie with this man regarding the return J
.soda was exploding and burning freely I : .. ..
I Is! marvelous to smoothen rough! red "| :II r.'l and HI l I. unly thi- 1' nt "
streets building storm sewers instal. From then on until after 6 o'clockthe "l.illitti.r fur llrniiriinl' luiinly. Hi. .rlilie, iuh my inrrlnge boot Mnrn. Myra
ling a complete system of :.anitarv" hands.-Adv. ((96) !I of -HI.I, /-...1011.".... ".I cc ilieKil Si.|.l..mlirr nil. IturrowH ,directed and .li-ft the p
department was! kept busy! in an
I 1'11"
unit' cirtiflruli In iilTirrmill
my It I
wns the'drenm
sewerage, and to purchase the light effort to check the flames and pre II hleii mmli. aiipllcMlinn fur lux ,itvi'il.. to I.I .- girl, who signed a 'I
plant and water works. I I -i I, m Arrordnnr. with law cheek nt the desk the drenni girl who "j
vent them from getting a hold on a The Great j tin ."ill! n...IOti.i/w. riHiiirtiv*.ly emliritrmthr put It Into I'.llly'H bund, Itli
building adjoining. There is as yet following Inn.) In llriilfnril. ('..lIn',. H..rnlii u c-umpre- "
the rapid growth of the $ ..". ill the "|.'" *if tlii* ,inMUHncf. *if bending smile. i .
Owing to definite estimate of the loss
sustained .
Influenza Tornado p nil I n'.IoII'alo. In ale NHmiA rrga, rlivily. h. ri "You may us well take It," she snld :
business of the Hast: Coast Cattlu but it is known that there n nu Oar | nrticulnrly' nit forth, tn-wit. : \
sI "Mrs. IlnrrowN 1 Is-ill'ti rtnlni'd." {
l.rliflmU'\ No II inihriuin ( NVV
abbatoir : i.m Kl
$100.000 least 2000 of nitrate of
Company a were at tons I
|.r: I""I" . of NVV Ciunrl. HIII! r m Atuthe\ > Westerner forgot !New 11'j
slaughter house ) i is to be erected before soda being held 1 warehouse for , I
in Is About I If yilf. thcnru t: lit ytltt to n |1,1 l of IH vI 1'ork'n .
Spent rode. He
knew Hint In
only !
the close ">.f the year. In orderto distribution to Florida farmers The I lii-nii. Ii'i: yiln, N 7U> y I I ..I. to pt 0' i h..v SIT IT '1'". r. a le ji I E.I :. 1/I"1II"lIt.. he must lenve perhaps> ,
care for the increasing business nitrate i valued at $:M a ton. !ii.t! 'in ts wake roundest thousands i I I (n'n "....HHI il, Clara SimrkniAnj I II forever the one girl whose shone "j"
at Miami the East roast. attle Company ir.. left listless. (rorole s. wink 'ud j I 1 l.rlirtimt, .. No f J pnitirncti Cain ut '1Wf clear eyes
,' nn n child's whose lips curvedIn
I ? r ('l..r: mill run Kn Sic
will also! erect a $2:>,000 cold Fire of unknown origin destroyedthe "'n",. letntrr r1!. The phv-iiral fortof its I r 1 111)1 I ft to pt of Iwo, thinri) N "!UH I ft. K: 1..1! soft appeal' vvhnNO voice hail) the ;'J
storage plant in that city which enterprise Atlantic; Coast! Line railway roundhouse victims. have been battered] to picrvsN'itur '' n. S rte, ft. w't\ ft. to I"it of b.-... Si.<-. tinder thnt
ring Killy love-il ft hear,
Ti 5. S It. 22 R. contBlnlnv 1 men. n.. .- .
is to he completed and in and emergency repair shop atl'alatka : r <'id._ assistance in rebuildi; ,K\\ N "r tiVt i 'fl .I.m. W. William. "11'hhe iisKi-el, nhrttptly "nro iyon
operation by the middle of July. Saturday night at 9:":10 o'- the .system The red corpuscles in theblood CMrlilicau" No nl .mltracHMI, t I. I. 1 of 'I ?" j
.. .,
((111 In Worthington. .rend C. x A fu
clock A switch engine run into the can he restored by taking Vo. bo**. "I am Mrs. Ilurrovvs' secretory," the
An aviator flying over the western house for the night about two hours : 101 Tonic. This Tonic contaisn iron | 'I'nliMi raid| eertiflcati nhatlw rtilirmuliirionlinic girt answered simply., '
.. to I..,.,. tax .li. .fil will lean. th...minin
part of Orange county last Sunday before the fire was! burned to a crisp! which we all know makes rich blood!; ..a.a r the IlIh I day. of Apr"I. A. I). 1)111\ Ruefully Itllly 'touched the little .1
discovered a moonshine still in a largo Another locomotive of the large pas it also contains quinine which drives -- Mitn*.. my otfirlal" lKnatur anil ...1 thl.the shoe "I wish thnt you were Cinderella -
hammock near a lake. He promptly senger train type had sufficient steam out the malarial germs and aids I - --- ------- 1 Ilth: liar of March A W., [> T.I01U WKEKSJ.\ ," ho said. Then at her quick !

drew a map of the surrounding coun- to be moved out the danger zone and !greatly In the restoration of the hu- + + . + . + + . + + + + ''Srnl. Tl.rk glance of astonishment 'Impulsively :

try indicating the location of the still was undamaged. The injury to freightcars man system. The magnesit in th'* LEGAL, N O TICKS Ii'.iiiiiiittfI 1 By R. A.n WtEKS111Ct .puty: clerk. lillly told the tale of his 10oeUn..II. of :,;1 1 t

flew to Orlando hunted up Sheriff in the vicinity was immaterial. No. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the + + + the dream girl, so like Mi mother. \

Gordon handed him the map and left Oil-soaked boards, old waste grease bowels and rids the system of all poisonous Notice No Worms In a Healthy Child And as :Margot llstenc-d( her eyes softened I t
his The sheriff the accumulation of of rub- and refuse' matter. Begin today Into
without giving name. and years understanding
Six months after date hereof I will All children troublmi with worm. have an unhealthy .f JJ
immediately got busy and now has bish contributed to the enormous and take it at least two weeks.At present vouchers and final accountto color which Irulkam. pour blood .n.I.. a "Why that M my own story," she :i
said joy juice factory in his possesion blaze and black smoke that illuminated drug stores. my rule. there la morA or leiia stomach: diattutan.rLNOvL'sTASTELESSchillTONICetvenrr.jularly said "alone In New York and friend itI.u'
the lion. Geo. A. Gardiner County
the west portion of the city for an The G. B. Williams Co. for two or three weeka will enrich the blunil. Improve r;'
The fire Judge of Bradford County Fla., and .. Eagerly the Westerner. bent"
A box tax will not be imposed on hour or more. departmentdid the dUeatlun.and act a General StrrnatheDlntf over
Sole Manufacturers Toolo' to the whole.....m. Nature will thruthrowoffor her "Then he"
the citrus growers of Florida to secure splendid work and soon had the ask! for my final discharge as admin d.pellh.worm., .soil the Child wf't:! btla sometime begged 1
funds with which to fight the fire under control. The Texas Comr Quitman, Georgia istrator of the estate of Roderick Dar perfect bealih.' fkaual. locate. toe per b m!. "when you've learned more about me, i
-....- you will let me come?"


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I -: as to tho wishes. of the peuple regarding enveloped full of matter from various I The State Farm dairy is shipping gene Roffers; and Cassie Cold were visitors urday with homefolks visited at his Five brother Mile.P.
rlrll.ifor l W. A. Dekle
TeleyraphPiiMUhed ) this mutter and it kerns: the, work departments: of the government, with' milk regular every <\la>. to the county seat Saturday. Five Milo Saturday morning -
I of the agent in un unsettled uonditlor. : the request that we "please publish," I The. Elurbee section crew made a' Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mizell went to P. Dekle at

j''I \ entered At ,present. the: agent is trying to organise I with not a word said in regard to special call at Manning Saturday I Jacksonville; Tuesday morning Saturday ht
\ ekly, and an srcand :- I ot D. W. Borum spent ne
pig clubs throughout the coun pay. While'' we have in the past and Mrs :'1. C. Rosier is counted on the Misses Eva and! Ruby Edwards, i .
cI.: >" mailer til (the post-office tStnrkc I Old 1 Bradford attended church at Sac- 1d Sun lay with! I Irs, family.:
'he bunks to week. ,
ty. lie must depend on intend' to in the future during tho period sick list this Julian Deklc of Five Mile,
e Florida. I ,t'uuincithese: clubs. With the matter of reconstruction, published! col- : :Mrs J. :M. Futch and daughter, dill Sunday. Little with his grandparents ,
several days'
=== unsettled t and no one knowing whether I iimns of thin "free" matter we would Rosin and :Mrs John Green made II'' Mitts! Virgie Rogers/ spent the "ay;; ,' spent S. S. Proctor
anJ Mru' ,
R. S. MAT'IIIKWS.: Editor and Ownt'r'l u county agent[ will be retained or like. to auk the government if it doesnot trip to Haiford Saturday' afternoon at Miss Georgia Edwards! Sunday: ,

'J I. C. //lIHlI'I: SO-J: Associate. Editor. I Ii ,toot the banks! do jot fuel 'i11e 'glvl\' think it about time, for it to J'O'' Hardy Harris and son passed thru J. F. Williams motored to O. L.'Mizell's this week.Ju'iii Colson. one of liooker's 1 noble
their support to the work bccau'U out of the envelope printing businessin our burg Saturday afternoon.Messrs. I Tuesday morning.
i ; I "success depends very largely: on tljasuinTvision direct competition with the. publisher Arthur Starling and W. W J. L Brown and family, of Miller, noel highly honore I stir nil wj 1 1.t-<
' .. flj" -. 1 ir. Lnks '
-- of the county ugc-nt. Talk who them thousandsof transacting business irHaiford were at church Sunday. "-1' -v many '
' I are giving Forsyth were
JI2I!? A Fll: L, !?J JI I I B. at home Saturday 7 i', u"srlay.
ft. _,_ ;?. in your commissioner and let him inches of space free of charge? If : Tuesday.Mr. Prof. C. IIayes was i.ivl da.i'rhtor: "
C'-: 1 j Mow j it j I" ru.rtNal7d1[ jAtii | : how you feel about Jie matter. the /government wants to do I u commercial : and Mrs. ,/. D. Groves, of the and Sunday. ";. a. S. wi'ii;'
71 business let it Saturday lind'', MM. J. I". Williams of Perry, visited ;Mi.s !Marshall spern : ;
Lawtey Auction spent
printing ,
: .' -r.t J : 2 r3l4T5 The orange /growers of South Flor- charge a price for its work somewhere ;Sunday with his mother, Irs. C. Pad 'I her sister, Mrs. J. J. Cox Wed.- MP.. P. from Deklc) those, and I ri delicious joyt'1 1 iiU.irjj;perch:,
> the meat
what it is actually worth. The nesday.
? Ida huve proposition. to taxthemselves
i 6 78: i!: 91.flOllifl2, rejected. to create a a fund with more envelopes we printed. at the ratedml'e Miss Effie Thrift is spending the I' Miss Marguerite/ Park returned tu< caught from the mill pond.former
, and :Mrs. II lilake, ro<-
las Mr.
1 relatives. her home in Atlanta one day
tho week-end hero with
; theovernm'nt
/ poorerwo
\'. IIK" h to fight tho citrus clinker.Vhcn / and who ha-.e

: If', V f>: !13:14.15':' fl 1517:' j8'i9? this, question was! before the legislature lot' much would farther got, although on the we road could to not fully The signed.hard roads Soon petition wo' will has have been a : week. --- -- .-. ..-- ---- I been iilents making of .alto I / their Butler homo in ..Tuksonvillo -

two years' ago un emergency cwniionted months arrived, in
*,-, 232412126 / the citrus fruU; industry and 1 1llli. : than we are at the present brick highway to travel on, instead or I LAKE BUTLER I for several to the delightof
{\ 2012122; time without landing; insi't' It.por- mud holes and sand beds.THEHESSA. Luke Butler Saturday )
.' paper was in favor of an appropriation . _._ friends. Wo welcome
: :Miss Omi I their
i --- - --- Lake Butler April 11.- many
tl\ ] .
Wales Highland
II tals1.- ; I
them. The situations
J > ::. 272829 SJS : TE1JIf to help .----- ---. : : I Scarborough celebrated her sixteentl them to our town.
h !' : __ , different now. The orange Krowel's'hnve A TRIBUTE( : TO .\ GOOD; MAN bh.thday'with a party at her home !Mr. Akins. the reliable druggist; oftin
P. in which take '
If I .-- .----- hC '' had two years: Theressa April 11.-Mr. and MrsP. I with a goodly number of invited l Lake); I liutlor Dr'iir' ( "., spent! lat
.tuck of the situation and to devise '
i' 'fI "r"'s. nuthilitu/ this bleeping( ,, for the of 1 Bradford county, his own commun- M. Geiger; of Waldo, were visitors) guests.' Music and games! were played Thursday in .TackKn \"iI1e.R. .
'. IIi, 1",(' < .s uru. It's only a lot of bus- I their ways and industry.moans If they. protection do not feelenough ity, his "state and family lout a most Sunday at the homo of her parents after which' delicious refreshmentwere 1. Hendrix 1 filled his appointment
.\ '-: InoKs men who do not advertise. Live I: valuable asset when on Tuedaypril: (!h'. and Mrs. Madison 1Iall.I served. nt Worthington Springs Sunday,
. wires uru not in danger : interest in the matter to agreeto 1st, all that was mortal of Wiley William Mr.I end, Mrs.. C. f ullivan spent Sunday Miss! Virgie Thnmns has returns lilt. .KI'S. JOHSO Gay; and, Dave Williams

, ; i1;f ______ I I tux themselves the canker u few why dollars should eachto the -, of Worthington Springs passed at Hampton guests of relatives. to her. home, after u pleasant! visit I of Providence, motored over to
I Ii TliTe is n general cry from all sections : fight unto his Clod. :Miss Mary Tillis, of Sturko, spent with her sister; Mrs. John Mott. Luke ]Butler. Sunday m01'l1inTlw)'
' t It'I of the state to reduce taxes. The'i rest of iks agree) to be tae'for'\ thl'n'l,1I1'alfor,1 There were fow'better citizens! than several days here recently with hoi Leslie Futch returned" to school on were accompanied, home by :Mr. Gay's
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;.1 : :, npproai-hing 1 legislature is going/ to i,i has county's been sea destroyed cottonindustry Wiley Williams lit was! not only un uncle and, aunt :Mr. and :Mrs. S. liWoodard. ;Monday, after a pleasant stay with! !. daughter who came in on tho noonfl'om
. +iii/ have an.exciting time trying to play honest. hard worker in the things that his grandparents' nt Hampton. train Jacksonville where she hal
the boll weevil but are not I
ji tij t i. within the limit and satisfy every 'I by take mount the support of his family but H. :\Woodard/ and Arthur Bennett :M. )Foinbcrg:, of Gainesville. hils been visiting her sister.
. f; body.-1 ime -Union. asking the orungu growers to he wan a citizen in the real sense. He were among the visitors to Hnmptor moved into the cottage vacated by 11M. I N. E.:: Snpp Jr warden of Sapp
t i i;r care of us. Let's. not have quite so loved his. county, his stale, his nation Saturday afternoon : Over>!tr'et.11'; Feinberg will I lodge No. 2H: pasM'd through Lake

: Just ns Chicago'; : "sixth i German city I I much I'aternulism. ... his. country, his home, his church and, Miss:\ Florence Hall returned honu' havoc barge of the Cut Trice Store I Butler Sunday enroute to St. Petersburg -
" ', of the world I." shows herself unrepentant --- --- -- I devotedly his. God.He Sunday fl'omVllido after several days I A. F. Proctor, District ft'pi tt; ; to attend the dedication of the

,. '.t and unashamed: (' I I !Hon.[, J. C. Lulling, state treasurer, was a man of public spirit! ; unselfish visit there with her sister, :Mrs 1'. M Grand Master of the fourteenth: I :Masonic Home rind Orphanage and to
., t furthers her work of reclamation and : umf one of tho ablest men to hold u was his very heart. boat; purl Geiger sonic District left Sunday evening. / for attend the school of instruction..
.. redemption by thoroughly trouncing ,i cabinet position in recent years came was his life, his thoughts; holy his aspirations I The people of this community have St. I Petersburg, where. he will utters< Purvis :Mott and wife were visitingin .
tho socialists at the polls.-New York out in Swi luY's Tinu s-Union with a for himself his family and decided to come together and have a the dedication of the :Masonic. Horn I to* n Monday morning.
II Herald./ 1.i timely warning to members of the his' friends. Liberal he was with his union 'Sunday .school. There was quitt and Orphanage on April 7th. He alsi! i B. Feinlu-rg moved, his family to
S legislature about making/ excessive. means to accomplish those ends. He I a crowd out last Sunday. All come attended the! school of instruction heM I (Gainesville.; We will miss this family .
i' ? The girls who dance best I get the anti unnecessary appropriations and believed with till his heart in the again. : after the dedication, on the eight, ninth I from our midst.

" most invitations, but it's been our creating new and unnecessary offices. proper education of his children and I Willie Johns find Percy Grillin, ol I and tenth. | Annie (Howard spent the week-end,
i. '. observation that the ones who can ; :Mr. LUlling says that if all the appropriations his neighbors': children.His Hampton motored, over here Saturday The numerous friends of Ellswortl. with her parents at Dukes.
f make crisp breakfast muffins are already asked for uro- made( church, the Surdis Baptist afternoon in thcjr "hay burner." 'Harper ore delighted: to have him j AnnieBelle Peoples and Carrie Belle

'. the first to put in their order for n the stale tax will be increased from ,church was clo.He/ to his. heart His I I ast Friday at noon one of the home again after a long stay in service Brown spent the week-end! with their
t/ : white .satin wedding gown.-DeLund the prevent eight: mills, which is the ollice of a deacon he tried. to fill in the grandest/ fish frys that has ever hap- I for Uncle Sam here and, over I parents at Miller.
i I Record. : largest in the history, of the state, to very spirit of the Bible. He was. IIn peed took place here on Cr.tallake., seas.. We are sure that Ellswortl :Mr. and Mrs. Berry have moved
\ .. - -- .- : eleven and One-hnlf mills. Some of inspiring real friend, to his every pns- They had eighty-four nice fish, besides has some interesting things' to tell hi;. from Lithe Butler.
i' The church is after tho profiteers. the budding/ statesmen who are trying I tor. Surely he was such to me for the other delicious eatings, and friend.s. Ella :Mae; Strickland is convalescent.Mr. .
\ I.onlive/ the church. If the church to pave the way for a return trip the two years I was his pastor. No after they ate dinner each party had :Mr. Hutchins one of the Radeliirchutauqua < and :Mrs Albert Brewer, of
i' can put the fear of the J.ord-or I to Tallahassee. hud better have a care. I man could aid me more devotedly than a nice string of fish to take home I. / speakers! left for VuMost, Salt Springs, are guests of W. C.
rather d.vil-iato the hearts of these Another increase in state taxes will I he did. I The party was composed. of Mr. and :Monday evening.Mrs. Townsend and family.

''I t money-grabbing pirates it will have do more to blight political ambitionsthan I He was real, heaven-born man. His Mrs. David Jones. J. J. Hranncn and I, Belle Ambrose, of Live Oak, Re V. S. S. Proctor had as dinner
accomplished something the national anything else'. that could be life was hidden with Christ in God. family, of Hampton, G. C. Tillis and arrived in Lake Butler Saturday evening guest Friday :Mr. Frank Fowler thereturned
f government has fallen down on.- 'thought of. The legislature of 1917 More, he felt that it was: family, of Starke, S. B. Woodard and to the delight of her many friends missionary from Argentine.
Lake Wales Highlander. I was elected on promises that they 'I family and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones.. She left Tuesday for Ocala. The croquet game' is getting) quite
I would reduce taxes and instead the "Not all of life to Jive The day was very pleasantly spent. Rev. S. S. Proctor preached at th(! ppoular in Lake Butler again and
t l During; ;/ the; past five years Florida rate went up a mill and u half. If I Nor all of death to die. I J. W. Batten spent a few days re State Farm Sunday, and at Oak .Grove many exciting games have been played -

l a '1 has outstripped all other Southern this one repeats the performance When the phone call told me in my cently in Jacksonville combining business I Sunday evening within the past few weeks.
" a Status in the growth of her livestock there is certain to be a day of reckon home that Wiley was dead, I was with pleasure.We . Percy Padgett motored over to the Bud Varnes is out again after. an
. t industry. The state is bound to become ing.' deeply moved to sorrow over his de- are glad to report. that little county seat Monday morning attack of influenza-pneumonia.
I 1 one of the great beef and pork I II parture. I at once made my way to Miss Wilma May who has been. confined I Miss! Flora dower of Starke., county Rev. L. A. Bawls left last week fora

: '{ {I, producing states of the Union, anl'J" II I I Tuxes, for instance? A man/ in this Worthington community to that last to her. bed for several. days is demonstration agent. passed thru visit to his brother who was ser-
4 M there is no reason. why Bradford town has just paid his tuxes in this I burial place And as I knew it would i iI able to be out again I I Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon. She' iously ill. At this writing the corres-

. I ,: should l not be the banner county in the county on $ !!511() worth of real I estate I be, there I met a great' assembly of I Mrs. Daniel Batten/ of Jacksonville,, I was accompanied to Starke by Mis. : pondent learns that his brother. had
I. I industry.I and road people, all like myself, sad. I spent a few days here last week with I Marshall. Proctor. died and was laid to rest Friday.
follows bond
It cost him as : I
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I My deep appreciation of the character relatives. Preston Williams, of New River Leon Chancey and family" have moved -
&.50 drainage, $1 I
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taxes ; ;
t } Bradford county's delegation in the court house special $ .!).">; total $25.- of the man, !leads: me to pen these I II :Miss. Isis Howen of Hampton, spenta accompanied by his wife and children ,I into thc house recently vacated by
legislature i went away armed, with n 5:1.:! He has paid his. taxes' on real estate I lines.. Cod; bless the sorrowing widow, few ,days here ..ll1l'inlaHt/ week with were shopping in town Saturday. :Mr. and :Mrs.! B. Feinberg, inVest
hill to create, special road district No. in another state also. This the two fatherless daughters! and thesplendid I friend Bergum Johns and I Bolen Denni.son Butler.
'.1 i :\ 1.i and providing for a bond issue of is listed for taxation at $ : ) sons, thus left without fath- I IL M.:\ King I of Jacksonville, spent of Hylamler, were in town Saturday, I Mabel Brown has returned hnmoniter
$,r>rf 0HH 1 (ly ( (> for tho construction: of brick The follows school er's counsel.. The ,children :Misses Saturday night and Sunday hero with Jesse Cason of New River was in a few days. visit with1I's.: John
rends within said. district. It is expected taxes were a.s : Edith: and Ida and sons Jesse. and, his family I town Saturday. :Mott.
$ !LI/1!> state $1.i3;:< municipal, $12.71 |I
I that the hill will b.. introduced ; ; ; bedside left Charlie who is working I S. T. Dowling of in the weo'cend '
t total, 20I.: ( !) Think of it Four dollars l l- Wesley, Wl'rely/ his as he I Phillips / Raiford was | :MIt. F. Proctor spent -
t. and passed in the early !part of tha and fifty-nine cents more on a'thin UK, but the third son, Joseph i i.s In far New River, snent Saturday night, and town Saturday. I nt Summervillo near 0; nla.! with

j legislative/ session.According |) valuation in (Florida than on a svviiy (Frm re, where he went to fight Sunday with home folks. Sam Knight and wife, of Lake Fisher her family. ;\11'''. Proi-tor is a teacherin
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---- ---- $ l.0l:! ) valuation in another state! for homo and liberty I I'. Norton: was culled to Hastings. went in town Saturday. the Lu'ie Butler JJi'I: l'h"fll. j
F \ to reports of some of theFlorida Isn't there u "nigger in the woodpile" Tender words. were spoken by the Saturday night to the bedside of his Steve Cuson of New! River was u a !| J. S. Howard] aivl fimil", of Dnlu'4' ,

; papers, several municipalities somewhere?! Here is. much food l for. pastor, Itl'.J.. L. :Norris; find by two mother, who is seriously ill with pneumonia. caller to Lake Butler Saturday. I motored to Lake Butlr-r Th-rs-Iny! if
.should bo classed a.s rebels ns they former pastors, the writer, and his John Hazen of Guilford, was in ternoon. .
I thought for t the legislatureif > I -
are boldly, advertising the fact: that t.lwY'PI' think! With hundreds of neighbor and former pastor Rev. (;. '' Henry Woodard and Arthur Bennett town Saturday." ,I The many friends. of Ernest W'l-;

1 Daylight, !f-Jiving Clai'so' will not apply thousands of dollars in the school dm.1 \V. S. Ware. attended church at Brooklyn: on :Mrs. Jeff Gainey. of Swift Creole linm.s nro delighted{ I to .see h'm' h,,,n'"
in their r.-one-five In.-alitiox. Kit of the legislature I F. C. J. (DICKENS.:: Sunday night. was in town Saturday. from Fi-info, whore ho has b "n 1ii(i ht-
that by an act cnn
is n government. nieiisiire, should bo tinnsferred. to the general fund, Lake City, Flu. Ben Hall spent Saturday night and .1. :M. Byrd of Jacksonville is visiting I ing for Un'-Ia. Sam. Ernest S"ent tVu
not nil loyal\ At"ieri-uns obey tho law,, nil this' birth tux I is unn."ryIn,1 -.. -- -- Sunday at Lulu, guest of friends. / his. .sister, ;Mrs. Henry. ..1dkins.Mr I day with his sister, :Mrs: Elxie: Loadholtz. -

rotri'i-ilU-ss( of the inconveniencecaused In addition to this there is. EI.\: UBI:'.; S. II. Woodard was attending to . and Mrs. Pun'iKIolt: of Pa i and he says ho I'll|ovel: the olJ,
,i ? It does seem that if the great tin outrage. business in Starke Tuesday. latka. were guests of his father :Mi-, I Bradford pies and! v,, ('tllbl '!I.I .
now a war tux of five per cent oneverything 'I Ii.
,u government of these Unititd! Statesis \ buy. "It tho last i 1.lurhee.pI.il1: 11.Wesley 1 Rosier II. S. 1 Roebuck was a visitor to the John :\Mott Saturday..! I Huh: Weeks. of Starke, was in town
you was '
abiding by the order that surelytho straw thnt broke the camel's back," is. having new roof put on his house :'county seat Monday. .J. .1. Colaon of :New River, was ir :Monday.. '
i t, little' two-by-four towns can get and I will refuse to thin war tux I:. II. Hosier is having/ trouble stopping Miss Viola\ Adkins\ spent Saturday town Saturday.The I Tho Woman's Club met in rerulnr;
along for a few months at least.Livo .- pity hogs from his fields. : and Sunday at naif I',1 with relatives many friends. of :M. 1.. McKinney HeslonlonIIIY: at 3 o'clock. Mr.
FOR) THE: lOll YI'\HH-I'untll:
: ,F Oak Democrat. -Gorda: Herald. : W. U I Hosier. is still on the. job rail- :, and friends.A. regret to learn of his illness anti lit tchins the chatuuqun sneaker addressed ',
- ---- .------. I i niiidinir on section five. ,' 1.. Sullivan was a business visitor I hope he will soon be well. I the Club in the interest of tlv.Padil ,

Why dodge matters ? Why go' around - I G.V.. Hosier was a visitor. to the to I'alatku Thursday I Marcus Deklo spent the week-end, at. : |r: Chatauqua.' The Club pledge I
the corner, cautiously to whis- Having expressed\ ourselves. as being :i'.ime i nf :M. C. Hosier last week I E.: A. Guinea; left Monday for Dun- his home in Five :Mile. : their co-operation to making the cha-

I her it, as nine I|)"-nui'rots\ out every opposed to un appropriation for I' Oliver Hosier is driving W. K. Hosier's I nellon where he will be employed for :Mrs. W. C. Townsend is ill at hei' tuiiqua a !success. After Mr. Hutch'ns''
d + ten rice doing? The' primary law is fighting the citrus. canker, and \\'- huy-burner and is petting. along a while : home on :Main. street 1,11lills: Clower of Starke, explained -
r r : H failure Why deny it ? The Democrats jog'cI/u that one of ]Bradford line. A. L. Sullivan and son. Guy, were I Hamp Williams of the Swift Creel. I a short course in housekeeping and,
I of this state are hl'in.h"lIt.1/ county's representatives. intends'to H. B. Rosier, of Crawfish Flat, has 'I visitors' to the county seat Tuesday. i section was in Lake Butler Saturday,' 1 the club accepted the course and: asked

I out of their" rights. The common 'people introduce a bill providing for the,, one of his. geese in jail for !getting in I Miss Annie King! who has recently I Guilford Roberts, of Guilford. wa the co-operntion of each club memberto
t are being cheated, by the false free distribution of hog cholera serum, his cornfield. Someone come and stand returned to her home at Brooklyn I attending. to business in town Satur,' take this course on the date to be
i cry of III'IH'min.m,... seekers, who wo would not be altogether' consistentif her bond. i from Miami, .spent Friday night with day. 1 given Inter..
k go over the country singing always, we did not say that we are opposedto I Mrs. W. I H. Hosier. was very Kick lust relatives I :Miss Jean Bielling) who has beet I I The social committee has a play to
j ( the siren song of "the 1"'I'It.---the; tho free serum bill. The .raising' of + week attending the normal at Madison,. be given in the club room Friday week

'1 pooMo."-:Melbourne Times.. hogs is a very profitable/ business and! I Mr. and :Mrs. H. B. Hosier were visitors WORTIIINGTON: I .spent Saturday night with her. aunt,. and ice cream will be served afterwards -
The Okeechboee News ,nr.d Cull is. will be so for many years to come. to Raiford Sunday night and part of Sunday with Miss Marshall the proceeds. to KO: to the club's
,;i now under the management of S. J. There is no reason why the poor farmer i I :Mr. and :Mrs. Louis Harris were Worthington April 11.-Mr. and Proctor going' on to her home, treasury. All are invited! to be pres
J Trinlett, formerly with the St. Cloud or the poor laborer who has no I transacting business in Raiford Sat- Mrs. R. T. Taylor were business! visi- Sunday afternoon. ent. :Miss Clower was. accompaniedto
,; { Tribune. The news and Cull shows a hogs but must buy meat at 35 ( ('lItS.j. urday. tors to Jacksonville Tuesday. Collie Adkins returned to his horn, Lake Butler by :Mesdames Tomlinson -

.t. decided improvement from the start. ,per pound should be taxed to pay for'I :Mrs. Albert Oriflis\ spent the weekend :Misses Edith and Ida Williams and in Gainesville Sunday morning, aft -j;: Davis Epperson, and! the club
I Editor Triplett has sold 1.0HO subscriptions safeguarding' the business of the man with her mother, Mrs. Hawkins, Katie were the guests of Mrs R. B. a pleasant visit with his parents. Mr was delighted to have these friends
I to the county commissioner )- who i is engaged' )\ in hog' raising.) When I Manning.! Roberts :Sunday.:;; and! Mrs Henry Adkins. visit them.. Come again ladies..

: the papers' to be mailed every hog vaccination was in the experimental Mr. and :Mrs. Elter Rosier spent :Miss Elsie' Harrison who has been I I :'011'11.Jary: Edwards, of Brooker. O. W. Caswell, county agricultural C
\ week for a year to ,people residing\ in I stage! we were very much in I II Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Warren spending a while with her sister, Mrs, visited. 1 Mrs. Elzie Loadholtz Saturda:, I agent was in Lake Butler and vicinity '
the North. :Many Florida counties I, favor of the free distribution of serumas I: HOKi'r.I Eva Fralick, returned home Sunday, morning. I I the first half of last week looking )
ore using this kind" "f advertising entirely a means of educating hog ownersto _- I Miss: Elms Edwards: is the guest of News reached.! here Saturday morning .. after the boys clubs anti .other J
"' and excellent, roMd's' ohtuino. !I an understanding of its efficacy I------NOTICKI ( : i :Misses Edith: and Ida Williams,, this I that :Mrs George Edwards; 01 demonstration work. He reports a !

I In securing/ new settlors.From This has been accomplished, and if n I week. 1.lIk..lanl.ha,1 died, at her home there.. W'do-spread; interest.. in the poys pig; i
------- -- man is not now willing to pay for I U. Stewart, a llradfnrd County Dennis Roberts was the guest: of The friends.!. of :Mrs. Edwards sympa' I. club work all over' the county. In the v

the Tallahassee press dispatches safe-guarding' / herd of hogs it is III I I Cracker :Now a :Manufacturer Will friends at Starke !Sunday. time with the sorrowing relatives i vi'-inity! of :Miller a lame number enrolled :
I t:: it is !learned that some legislator mutter of his own concern, and certainly Ho in I.awtey, F.lii Saturday, April I Edd: Reaves. was the guest of friends I Mrs George Tomlinson passe I ) in the pig club and! will order .

.li, 1 has a proposition. to levy n 'J-mill! not a matter for the state to the 12th. Sunday. I through Lake Butler Monday morning cirrus bred Poland China pigs at once
" r ""I tax to pay fur the con-tniction of look after. If the state wishes to do -- ; :Mr. and :Mrs. N. F:. Taylor( attended I The Farmers & Dealers Bank of Lake
{ ;i' ); dipping vats. If this. hill and others anything in this line it would be far To demonstrate a fine line of treatments church at Sardis/ Sunday night. I J. L. Brown and charming daughter .. Butler has arranged to loan the boys
[ 'I I ,1 of like nature should puss where will better to make tin appropriation for for bad blood rheumatism I J. Jo'. Williams, wife and daughter,,, I :Miss. :Mabel. were shopping 1'1, I money with which to buy the pigs at
the thing end. It should be remem a -erum plant and after deducting: .- rheumatic litcheg, eczema, bad sores; Reta, of Perry are spending a few i town :Monday.Mr. six per cent interest.
. b..r.that\ only a small 'percent of the expenses and a reasonable interest on treatments $2.00 earti. weeks with his IIt..pmothl'r.Irs: W.., I : Hutchins one of the eloi-.uen :: This is the first trip Mr. CaKwel
people of Florida own ,'IIt1h.Vhy the investment. sell serum at actual Indigestion and heartburn treatments Williams. chatauqua speakers of the Rarlclifchatauqua ; I has made to Lake Butler
should l all the people be taxed to Improve (..o"t.V... understand/ it can be mun.ufllctur..lllt $1.00 each. I Dr. Cnrefoot and wife are. .spendinga I spoke in the Baptis: much pleased with the agricultural

.., the property of a few ? It has a figure considerably* less F.lviric Butler, of 209' Oak street, few days in Jacksonville this week, church Sunday morning at 1 12 o'cloclto ; outlook in this part of the county. Ito
1 been demonstrated( that ridding cattle than IM'b"in'harJr.,1/ for it. Jacksonville Fla., had Buffered. with I :Mrs. Taylor, of Welborn has beer. an appreciative audience. The discourse ." says the business men of Lake Butlerare

of ticks is a great' Improvement, t') t rheumatism. over five years. Could' upending a few days with her. parents,., was fine and well rendered(:I.. overlooking their opportunity M
.; thl'm.Vhy should not the m-n who We received a package of paper not use her right arm. After using. :Mr. and :Mra. S. J. Russell I the people were pleased l to have this: I help the farmers sell their corn and
I own tho cattle pay for the Improvement from Atlanta last week the value of I Stewart's Hot Bath Remedy and I Stew- I Edd l Reaves and :Misses Georgia! able speaker with them for he. i i\* i, other. farm products. He suggest.i)
'; ? When legislators begin tot. which was an even dollar and a half. '. art's Sulphur Remedy about t. '. levy taxes fur the betterment of pr'- We hail to pay Uncle Sam's express i all effects of rheumatism had left church Sunday right. I with them. power corn shelter. and grain warehouse -

vote property they are going! pretty company SO( cents. express on the same i her. Treatments $2.00. $1.23 and, $7. :Mrs' Wiley Williams and daughter. ,, I Shep Dukes and sister, Hattie, oj r and otherwise prepare to buY
f'. 'f far afield. five cents above half the cost of the Delivered prepaid. For sale by P. W. Ida were in Brooker :Monday. They. I Five :Mile, wc-e among the vis'toiK t() .1 nil the corn the farmers will haul tf'I

j, _____ _____ paper. Just a few weeks ago the express Stewart Co.. I! K.Jark"onville :. were accompanied, by Wesley Wil- I Lake Butler Smturdnv' aftrnoon.Misi tnu-n. If ugh a warehouse is equlp-
{ Th.itiwn.: .. of Hrndfi'H, ...,un' .' charges' on the same package Fla. liams.: : Hattie remained in town with her sister ., rod, for fumigating the corn weevil
,J! should express. their w'stV; to ,tlr- w ul.l I ave Fern fli'! ,'nls.e took! the l 11. "'. Stewart manager! and his assistant O. P. Halo was the guest of :Mrs\ l. :Mrs William' Stewart. : thorn is no raison whv Brnd'ord county

county commissioners nbout 'the matter 'iiriylle under our arm and walked manager will he in Lawtey B'lhnnnan.Saturday afternoon : Dekev Duk..- ,tvl. I father wore ii I corn would not sell a.s high in the
" I of retaining/ county agrinlturil over to the post office for, the mail Florida one day. April l'2th: with a J. F. Williams accompanied by Edith tong !s.iturdi" .1' ernoon. oit'e' of Florida that shipped from
agent. The commissioners! are at sea and found in the drawer three big fat few gi""d, treatment*.-Adv. and Ida Williams Virgie and E<1T i Norma Deklt ia 'Friday\ and Sat the North. a


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;: : up.
1 D. C. .ionl was a bll -i'"' '. visitor I,I xnines! and up. Cash!; DepartmentStore. ..''.. '. '. I II that can reasonably be expected! of us. 1'1;

to Jai-Khom!! )test of tin \Vi'uk. I .. \
.. -- I *"' .; V t '' ., I The Burroughs Bookkeeping Machine. which we have lately added Ij
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.Men's Work Pants $2.00 Stump's. A 1m'!!,' number, of Stark pooph't""k .4-\:*> ...,. ..(" I -, ; .,. "'l'i t.) :t. ,
in the hall between the
- --- --- /games .
11. R. Alderman, of Mulrnne, was New York Giants and the Boston Red : ";\", / ......: ,,.:. k".1.,, ....' ..rc' I than ever bt (fore in the handling ol your account \
day.attending to business in Stnrko :Mon day.Sox at Gainesville! Monday and Tues I sTi.Vj.:' ,..' Sfoou'iVv. :; .. ....' I he( machine method, your account in kept in balance nil the lime.! If as iBy i\;

.. .. ------ ,"I kh' B 1.J' .. ...- ,"... ,. I II' sometime happens; you want a statement of your balance in n hurry, we can give
"C'I\'II $2.00'olue Shirt going at .Men's Duality Work Shirts-whiK 'ar o i ic it to you, including today's clinks. and deposits, in lets than five 111111\11.... '
$I.W.: Casli Department) WIre they laoot-7.1! cents at 81 ump's.I :;: s \ : I II

-- j _____.: ___ : \vu-n: C \i !.11\>t7 I T A neatly printed nUlrment made<< out on the Burrou ;lis HOPS' to each ilt-pom'tor

J. I. Hell: of Gainesville Ga., arrived Full line .oC Knee Pints at Sternherd's. I 'f'' CO\J\ in. n"! In' :.'. I every mnntli. The M.itcnx-nt shown all the kit. and deposits and giles the balance

here Friday to visit his sister, / i';' tuui: :Y t.; o r----1 r I II. of>f your account to date, IlkinIlle\ place of the tedious and uns.iliifjctoty r Ian of
:Mrs< C. A. :Mixon. / ,
I. ICDXV( fn :r !-: ; calling in and balancing liooki.
MiW.. Ii. Sttuth and 1 d\II1 ( 'i. f '1Iaq 1-. ,
New line of :: :Miss / went ,down to Waldo Tuesday uwd! ; 11:111: 1 II< : l'P : .
; : ins \n. ,I," I.I, ", ;: t t .1'1\1.-,\ (, The machine affords absolute .protection against t rrror in figure li.indling. It
arrived :Mrs Struth being called thereon ;
at :Slump'H.Jliss i , ,. ;"'I; ,. .
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ciiKi ii 1 tt
--.-, -.- ---. - account of tho serious illness of her I I" ( UP< ; u", < ,iri* C'tu',' t irmkca irif t.I tffCALURBET ciui't make a mistake. You can always l 1.o mire,your liine-figurcd bol.nce "

Marshall Proctor, of lake But- little grandson Sydney Johnson Jr. :. ) ,; .., .,_'. I i is correct. 1
ler, is visiting her brother, T. I). - ------ I .
Proctor, this week.MIH'H I, $1.00 Hoes now selling for 79!!. i )Itt< 'The increased l uprril, accuracy and protection of this moi li.inical bookkeeping j' ;'

cents at Starke Hardware Co. 13AKSFIG; FOVDCRi. :, 4lvc !' system, added] to our IIOI| <>UKI| knowledge of good. tonHnl banking and Inningsmdlinili 'j i .'.

up: at Ciihh Panama III'pllrlmenttore.Hats, from:: !93 I.; cents! ,, ------- - --- I ., "' t ,' .i
-- .-.-- LT:: sacks sped potatoes Red Bliss, at 'tI.j.i' .Ii.h. ,/ .,i.,, 'i '.. "I'li' i: ic ,-n,'H .I/.Ifry I ,, ?B"( ". :. :..t ?'\ that furnis'lied by the country's nwwt 1 progressive. l",inkt. .I ,
Mrs. J. H. Codbolt of special prices. Cash Department d/, T| : i l i at it i ;in .- t ',rr J
acksonvill" Store. ) Kit \IfT i . I,... II i I.: ,II : '". I. Zsl I .4., < S Sj
foP'lIt the wi-ek-end with her sister, Alii". Hi II I.u. I1.' i" i I4 ifr I
, Mrs. H. S. Lowling.Specialllilduth. I J --- -- :in':' ; t I"" t111.; ,',' ;,! yni: .111' ;It''t.:tJJ' I ) '
-.- Prof. It. A. liven( has been npponted i t. SIM' nM I I I chI d f v BANK OF STARKEState
us a collaborator in the Interstate! ,. ? ., Fy. /i
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: ( for .Ti; cents ' t CoO' I '' nt.,11 .
per Character! I'du'ulionIethod.J; Research IKn\ '! .T, 1..l\. n I...,. .\c- ,4I
yard at SI tllml'II. '.' y4ia h.I',' r I T S. I ",.01 1(.'" ..
I Children's Morality Codes. Ilewill : AI; ., .. { \
probably" accept the appointment I Jtt':A County and City Depository
C5 i. C. Liviiiffston clone up from YiBt..t ii-iioii iij i.Yoo :'< '
Tnmra thus week and spent several 1 I Mva when ,oil ...iU ..nTIIGHEST 11 .il
Dress floods: of all kinds and price '' .
with his A ,
days family.
are richt. Sternlierg's.: } tl}, I Iy V If ,
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Men's Felt Hats $1.00 ,value-for. QUALITY r w l e J i : 'r
Full line of Ladies and Children's11'hite ;
}{iGHFST -
I We
$2.19 at Cash Department Store. II I Shoes and I'umpH. Stump's. AWARDS I l : especially invite checking ,j l ",

Miss Mabel Reddish spent a few ....------- --- '- accounts. None arc too large for '

days last week in Graham visiting The Reading Circle of the Womans'' ? our facilities and none too small to '
of thoIethod..t:
Misisonary Society
Miss Daisy Reynolds.Kickliter'sTho ** '
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church will meet at the parsonage, on Bf have our careful attention. .
next Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock }
Seed StoreCallon
All ladies of the church are invited to The small depositor need haveno
him for the freshest seed. !MRS MAMIE LANGFORDMrs.

attend. hesitancy in starting an account ;l'I
N. D. Wainwright Jr., has received ------ Mamie Langford was born ,
Special Sale Next Saturday and with us. All are welcome to t'
his and has
discharge from the service
Enamelware and March, 1895, and died March 31st
returned to his home Monday on Crockery. make use of our facilities. In ,': ,.
ware and Galvanized Ware at Starke 1919. She was the daughter of Mr

Rest Grade Overalls for $2.00 at Hardware Co.Ask and 1 Mrs. William Reddish, and at th,e many cases we have helped small II

Stump's. time of her death in Jacksonville wa 9 d..I'. () itors to into large
to see the line of Ladies Skirts l | grow ones. i J
21 years old. The body was sent ti, ; /
such low _
and Waists going nt prices I
Mrs W. L. Kickliter -ind children hte
during the sale at the Cash Department Lawtey and carried to her mother',S / 1 t .:
of Loughman, are guest .,t the homo! :
of her father M.: L. Johns Store home :Mrs William Reddish when .
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-- ----- -- - the body remained until the sex t __ -
.,1!"00 :Minstrels"[ in connection with Among the Ktaikeites who attendedthe morning when it was curried to th, .. ...
pi-'tures. Admission I :UO and 'J.> vents.Mr ball game in (Gainesville; : :Monday will interest )'fU. See 11)('. T. .". .
: 1 were :Messrs.! |I"". !F. Stunts, W. >;. Powell D> al cemetery and the funeral servi Williams Starke.! ,11It.LOST .
... Cn! Sparks and :Miss Sparks J. :M. 1litd1Cll.Iay.: .... Hoovir/ :Mis.K. cprf( conducted! by Rev. L- W. Kicklitei - .---- .-.. --- .- -- INSURE WITHJOS.
of Klni'Tton I'n., are \'illitinjothc for-I :. K.: Caiinva.'' :Mr. anti, 'It'.. W. II.Harvard. A largeconcourse! of sorrowing rein I )

IIUT'.S ''mrl. lo, :Mr. J. :M. Truby. Misses Kathleen Alvarez and ti\ ef and friends were present.Mrs. : A .. .---. .- .- E. WILSON
: __ I Kiln: May! )Long. : T InngfViiJ, 1 leaves a I littlo girla .STUAYKD: -Two cows, one dark red! STARt

Fine line ;Men's :Suits: ; $'.9S up at mother, five !sisters and four brothers and olio dark brown, 11111 1'1.0,1,! crop I FLORIDA
Ca h Department: i>t( re.Mi Get a :Silk t'mlm-lla. for $100 at to mourn' her ,death Slic unite''I imderbil and, under IIlnp,'. iM-wud GENERAL INSURANCEFIRELIFELONDSAUTOMOBILE

_. --.- ---. .-- :Sternlierg's.Ceaulifiil. with the :Missionary;! \ IJ.iptist chur-l I for information. J. ('. J'oipell| ,
i Eva Kpr1'! nn has returned - -- six years ago and endeavored to liv Starke 1 Fin. l-ll--'i.:
, from Pr'm-eton where she has been a line of fTmlioH; and Clill-; a Christian life -_.-- ._- j..
mi'ii'l... of the school faculty Iron's Hats at reasonable' prices atStump's. FOR MALI:: ----- .
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_oo ._. __ ----0' Special price on :Jens! I ('lot h. I I r. ;; ,, ) rI i iBOOST'
Sheet d'tnre after show. Admis HIlt .SAtlC -Mil.! h cow fresh..1., .
in-j:;, o\er.ills, etc. Also, Ladie.\I : ; '
sion 50 cents. Last Srnrluy was missionary day in W. White, Sturke. 4-4-'ir. I :
the Sunday school at the Baptist! Carmenfs, (:JlnKliams.! ; and Dress. . Home
--- -- - Slate
Men'x: :sJI.CO DreHH !'hirt"--Irhl:: church. A !lur' o eonffrntion' listenedto Goods.; Cash Department:\ Sf ort'U.I"flST (TOIL SALI7; head .Jartley.llol.tell'! your by sending I '

at 75 cent nt Stump's Mure.Mesirs. an interesting program of special! mild COWS I''. C. Hollingsworth! LI
_._ music recitations and readings, after Mail orders
0- ('II I'ItCJII"lIn.lay Stnrko. 1-I-at.& your lo a Florida House
whi, h a sermon was delivered by Rev.Frank --- ., I r.
R:. A. Green and. A. S.Crews -----
left' Funi'ny' for T11)thrraee to Fowler, missionary to Argentina school. 11 n. m. )FOR SALK/ ;-Fine lork.ihir.i! sow, Our Service; has ; I'
Fowler of the Kiven us National,; ; ,
Mr. prnrninerac'O
take up their duties in the leglslaturo. wn pastor Mdrnini servire I'! m. about 3 years old. S-'o (U. Ii Ilu.- [ ,
chuich here'ventron, years ago, and, the D ul place. 4.11-'_r. ( \
Young Peoples' Service; 70::! 1'. III. rows ut > r
his fronds' indeed. glad to ..
Mtde ('ollars. $.'J.$.') value for $2.50 nt old wore :Night: service 8:30.: ------- ---- I
StiirKe Hardware Co. hear him preach again. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evenings FOR SALE/ / :-Two or thr'-+ Jinn! nib.h

---. -- - 8:30.: fi j inch Stovepipe :30 cent > aue '?- all n'. bargain R
:Mr. and :Mrs Win. I-M-vni'ds Mr. I1LANCHARI LAW. team; tino wagon;
and! :Mrs. J. \V. Mdwardt and 1 baby motored ' 11)! cents-Starke Hardware -- --.--- --- -- - "prices. Sec J. 11. William 1 i.. Stark., Everything ill RCKS .

to Gainesville, Sunday, and spent Co. ASS I FIE Flu. M l-tf. LEADING .

the day. CL D Complete Office Outfitters
FOR SA L1--40; acre farm under, wire, LINES ';1
Special sale on Men nnd Ladies: DVERTISINGO
fet! your Suit or Hat for Raster; at fence, Hi/; acres cleared ; two milesnorth and 's.I. > :"
the Cash lJ'pnrtm..nttorCFull:: line Spring Shoes: at Cash Depart ----- -- of Starke; fair buildings" ; Toys Goods '. IN:

and the bent quality to select from. ment Store. CENT CASH A WORD IN ADVANCEAdv.rlla.ment. FOR EACH!: ISSL'K.: lii)0.:; ) Address. A. O. Green Box .
._ _. 84. 4.1-tr. Artists Surveyors andDraftmen's Materials \
-- --- - -- - -- -- Inurtid under IM. I .

State Attorney A. V. Long and Pvt. Hcrschell K. Crosby, for many must b. paid In advanc No advfrtlfli-mvnl. S i.17fiOa ;:; black IIan.lIloam. f. ',
iT Judge J. T. Wills attended circuit months a prisoner of the Hum before for on. liurnlon ....p..eI for I... than ISc FOR : KODACS Photographic Supplies ::
' court in Bronson the early part of tho the armistice was signed, landed ;in nU. Far lnalane A 10-word 4 miles east of Starke, on "
'jf on. Inicrtlon will b. IS c nla; If for mart Green: Cove route. $10 per acre. Thermos
. : I entrained Bottles Safety Razors
week. this country Monday an
than Insertion b. ,
tb on. charctd fur at I Owner J. T. Zanzeburg, Grunnis,
' for Camp JE'vensTasll.: ., where he wi'l runt a ward. Nothing charted. 4-l-H. .
lienutiful line of Silks, all colors, be mustered out of the service. In a ---- Ark. We carry complete stock in all our lines

plaids, at Stump's. letter to his father, W. A. Crosby WANTED
several days ago Pvt. Crosby stated Printers
Lithograrher Engravers
New line of Hot*' Wash" Suits, and that he was in good health and was: W.\"lTED-Pine= logs, cypress logs: Contracting Building
Rompers just arrived at Sternhcrg'H. not suffering any ill effects from hi' all grades and sues! Gross :Mtg. I Repairing
.. --. . -- ..- . confinement in a Gorman prison.: Co., Jacksonville, Kla. 3-2S-11. ] Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System d
Quigley Lnmber & Supply Co.
:Messrs. J. J. Plackwelder it id O. V. ----
Brooks! citizens of the western part of WHY PAY MORK:? Just a few ,,four "lTFO-One= : million swept potato. l "Estimate Cheerfully Given" t1

the county, were attending to businessin prices Olt'. Staple' f.ruceries-Rke.; plants Nancy Hall Red Providence !

Starke :Monday. 12eJl'nl; : l"c"\ ; Grist Jl.',c; Lard, Triumph, I'orto Wcn.Iy: prier- ---- f.I f.
---- .- -.... best grade compound 2.c; ; Sugar lOr : ._---- -- .. IIXJllQOtJD; tiltJiDl7rJ0Otat/NONrtr(! ) : : ) / )

81.73; Kelly Axes, Special at $I.n Meat, 2.;>c. Our line of canned goodsare { LOWNKY'S: & f L'l-IT.U'S -

at :Starlte: Hardware Co. the freshest and cheapest in town. I. FRESH I CANDIES I_ TATIOIVt/oI HOOK Alllt) ANT STOA'E/ _
r'r''I JaA
! !Shoes for the Family at Greatly -- ---- -- "1 Come To
AT A.NT.'OCHS. : IS YOUR LIFE 4S4V.. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.
i I Reduced Prices-Ca h Department f W. A. BESSENT : : t
I Store. Attend this Sale. INSURED?
.: __ W. CoNon will preach a>. Antioihhurch ,GQiL1+Nk fnntrlO'a: !1'JrJlICl.ICJOI.11 i ___ .

:. :Miss! Elsie Harrison returned to two miles north of Starke on ,1

her home in Worthington Sunday alter Sunday next, morning and evening, I REPRESENT THE I r-

, spending several weeks in Starke The public is invited. COFFINS CASKETS 1": I AGENCY ESTABLISHED lass

I with her sister, Mrs. J. O. Fralick. Prices on our Groceries are MUTUAL LIFE INS. And a full line/ ofUndertakers' J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY ;

After your Spring": House leonine down to the bottom-Price a few CO. OF N. Y., THE r SuppliesAutomobile ;, ;I FIRE INSURANCE

nee Stump for jour rugs and mat lleariIWHJT I' STAR-E,
staples and be com'inced-Ca..h
ting. <\ ( on "0<1. The test wrIre

'opartment Store.CEMETERY the lowest .. S >( l I1 I
----- -- / at prl' |1"
Dresses. of all kinds at _. .. IN THE U. S. I
Children's --- -- -- I ,tt..ntl" in telegraph nr.t.( ,
Sternherg's.! :NOTICE: I --
There will be the !=: I.VI.NHLIiiNO; 1 IS i d
--- ---- a working at Saop HeOIsteletl ;i"! iI. i iL
:Mrs. T D Proctor and) children cemetery near Raiford on April 17th. JOS. E. WILSON I."Wl '. MtC/'l \ ( 1C 1.11' G

Ruby and, Earl, returned) :Monday af- Everybody come anti help to beautify \ f T JONES i' Ql'ICILY Itl\H fl. till LY ( Vf'NY: ; I

ter a week-end) visit with her mother the graves nt our dead. t atarke.1I5., II I "r1 t i I', r

Mrs. J. D. Hatcher, of Folkston Ca.alesaraa.t MRS. O. B. ==-=..T.I' -=----.--- I" = 1

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; JIIl.\IWOlUt OUtrvfV lELKGK.VI'lf.; ; Sf.lKKE.-, I-. -LtUru- ----.. f.'umJ__u_ _ n_>_RlL n_ /1__,. 1919._!_ _n " eMrlt /

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: t demand for Rf.rawbl'rri.'V l throughoutthe Soldiers who have already turned CAKKLKSS.\i.sS: ; :' : ; RESULTS Ilf "

III t Bradford entire Southern deal this 1'AILUItK
I County Farmers season. their equipment; urn authorized to 1'0' :
and Prices( the on other fruits are ruling high, draw them applying to the dheitorof That ii why we Bay "K ed B. A.'fhomaaL' .
: opening quotations indicate HOLT powder according todil'l'ctio'lH
the first of the output is being' wanted storage\ in this city. ', DO NOT' FEED IT SLOP-

901Gc$> .. ". t. ,, ,, laud l being at line with the The' today called attct. but m'x it with andmoisten
s ct ye ti XHIIIIU-' "f milk\ nr. other unusual con- Muh I I. and l preferably before June 10. I i prices in department I 1'Y ground feed

,clit.onpuif, C. 1 VVilloughby, of This allows for ample growth of vines I first week's/ shipments last )''iiis. thin to the fa<'t that it is unlawful with just enoughvuter ton

ri COUNTY:' Ai.MV; ::' ItKl'OKI'S: .. t tin' 'College. / of Agriculture, says that |I during the moist >!season and the tu- I for a discharged soldier(, to wear the ,like u crumbly miiss. Then each hog:

r' 4, '!'
". '! .. .. this trouble I: sheiw hm connection with tions on package. Your backif
) > ) us this furnishes the best 15;;, when the sandy soils of Florida sire runs which ) money
r+ e conditions. for the growth of any bar! I usually dry. On last Thursday night. March 27 'the military establishment has been! ; you are not satisfied.
Clay County:: There will be quite at 10ao:: P. M., Mrs. C. D. Pearce
i terni that may be! present in milk. - --- - terminated, according: : to law. Sold byJ.
t 1Y;, a large shipment of curly sweet potatoes The milk buckets and cans used in :NEW' : BULLETIN ON GRASSES passed to her rewanL, She hud beena -- F Manning: (, Starke.
from here this |iumiiu>r. A greet long sufferer from lung' troubles : Lake
'! Butler.
q handling the product, are likely tohuibor "-- I Piles Cured In 6 (o 14 Days Douglass & Knight,
i' many farmers have bedded Ilirgoequanff'tie8 The and for the last eight weeks of her W. L. Overstreet, Lawtey.A. .
undesirable germs in scums or Experiment Station has recently Drnxulm refund mary If PAZO OINTMENT fnlliitorurellcliiuu.
of sweet potatoes, "planning/ crevices that are not properly fill.dwith I issued Bulletin 150 entitled life! was confined to her bed with + Blind.: Bli-etHnit" or I'rotruclinil; Film, I). Andrews, I aiford.J .

Z on growing curly! plants. Many Improved solder.! The change rf fwd f'r Napier' and Worker Grasses, by J. 13. pneumonia Doctors) and relatives : iDHtantly aiixio relieves 1 after thu lutlmtt, 1"p:: : :: can iSle fiftreaUul V. Jones, Hampton.-Adv. ,

1l, farming implements' have been the cow muy result in some digestive Thompson. :Mr. Thompson, who is and friends rushed to her bedside, but I IE. II
(, sold in the county this spring. in spite of all that mortal hands. coulddo I
disturbance I i which alters the character forage crop specialist at the Station
I of the milk until the animals, become has made a large number of experiments the disease became fatal find PAINTKK? FKItTlLIZKIl COMPANYt
St. Johns County : :Most of the 1.// death ended her

potato suffering. The fu-
i uccu.stonied to the new fool:! with Napier and :Meeker[ grassos JiU'Ji emvilIt' Florida
t crops are (0111 ng out !better than terial. New' grass may be ressonisible in this State, and ho reccomcnds !' 'noral service took place in the homo
i was expected., There are n few fields them :Saturday; morning, March 2Hh! atl IVrtili/prs lucedici': ; )
Sprayers 1'uuUry
'/ for undesirable! flavors ill thounite. -, as being highly suitable green > -s. SuppliesFor
that will be pinned' up and planted to feeds for 10 i !l A.r.: ., I'cv. John I Dicks officiating, .
corn. Where the, ( have ; These glasses the thirty i" I I... b* i iiir i .. it'o r'i< f Tfilt/prs, in I thu. ::uie--we have aaiisfied
people paidextra 'I 1 ho remedy for those t tnmblis is to al'l''I'r)' similar both having' certaindrouthresisting I I' body was then curried to the old 1 .c.t., ,r* in carry cjuntv, m F'oritlA.' cuvi.
i ntti-ntinn to their ditches. the the'efol't I '' family burying ground atIt: Zion
increase to medic ni'' qualities and making
,,'ri,. 1'c 1.,1''t i ('ri,' I.'
i belli d. Prices In
crops are r. A great many farmer handle the milk in a donna and anilaiy heavy yields of feed per acre. church near Luke Butler, where! thu always line with Quality ,
lire using nitrate to stimulatenew interment' was made -
manner all the WilY from the. cow This bulletin discusses the propagation '!

G growth of the crop ..r- to the consumer. This requires u planting and l cultivation of these I :Mrs. Pearce was ir daughter of -- -----.. .,,-"".- -- -- - -..-::.=r.,t
Sumter The < 1 inn barn m milk shed clean ,cow grasses, and gives a table showing Rev. and :\11'". H. J. Groover. She -- -- -0'n.- - -.-... -- -- -- -.--- ... '

County: abliage. crop that are brushed and the udder u'ld the feeding' value of the Napier compared was born i in the year of 18(>5 and was '!I : ::
r liai brought to the farmers of thoColonmn I till.,
wt section around l $1 oo.naIl this tents prol>l'I'lyI.ILMlwd and dried before with other well known hays married to :Mr. C. I n Pearce in lRH:1.1: | 11" '
milking and the of sterilized and forage' The bulletin She leaves to mourn her death hurl
ll use a crops. will l .
r Hoason. Cukus nre being! shipped fromItushnell milk pail with be sent free I husband :Mr.\ C, I II. Pearce, and five j I i ,
l n protected top. upon application to the
and 1 Webster (5(
I. 'and $7 cinte.f. bringing $ These simple precautions will prevent Experiment Station. I! sons anti one dnuJthtc'r.II'; !!. l'. IJ. Ax- I The People Who Work With ; [': 4

1 1I per more than three-fourths of the usual :.. ____ man eif this countv.. ..1lrnnri> rt ., 11':1 ,

..I t II' y Palm )pouch County: The :aOI)( () acres amount of dirt mid! germs that let WIIV (; nOW VELVET; E.'iS1In : j' Lakeland, P. R Pearce of hiM't; : !|
into the milk during the process ofmJking I. R. J. Pearce, A. L. Peurce and little i
; of corn in the Ilittu section i Is. head I
{ I
II : high and looking fine. Tomatoes fine, The additional treatment of a recent bulletin published by Edward: Pe-nrce, the baby boy, nine'years j Swift & Company [!
the Experiment: Station Prof. JohnM. of Besides :
. and of beans milk should be to cool it as promptly age. these, she
a very good crop just"
.. r beginning to move. :Most of the acreage I I after milking as can be done, and in : Scott discusses! the varieties of leaves an aged mother, :Mrs. R. J. ,
to beans. and tomatoes extremely warm moist weather tome velvet beans, the time and method of Groover, and two brothers Dr. W. K. ,/ .'
i is planting, cultivation harvesting and 'Groover of Lakeland Big Business is usually pictured in ',
I will be followed by corn and peanuts. |lice very helpful. Milk that il< cooled> and Allison 11.1.
:, ; Some 300 acres of cane planted, which to 50 degrees can be kept sweet at IIIot the crop. He gives' the following Groover of Lake Butler and six sisters the public mind as a huge, soulless :'

is about a COO; per cent increase over I;, that temperature from three to four reason why velvet beans shouldbe Mrs Ned Biellmg, and !Mrs. John machine. As a matter of fact, it is justa II II'
! 1 grown on farm in Florida Harden of Providence, Fla.
last year. At Torry Island there is a'| days. every : and Mrs collection of human like
I large to and: i Some farmers complain that milk Recause the velvet bean is the best Ed Pearce and Mrs Jack ))Dennis of beings you. II ;
acreage corn peanuts. I I Ii
sours more rapidly during a thunder soil improving legume for Florida. It Fort White Fla., and Mrs. Dave '
( I''
Beans It I
and look
tomatoes fine. Without
boasting and simply to ;
, '; ,; I I I storm and attribute this to the storm produces a vast amount of leaves and Knowles of White Springs! Fla., and I'

;,' Osceolu Grove 'itself The real cause is found in the vines, which add both humus and fertility :Mrs Steve Johnson, of Lake Butler. give to the public an idea of the human "

' f.f"jl. spraying( citrus County trees.: Several owners small fact that climatic condition are usu- to the soil. Mrs. Pearce was a woman of un- side of Swift & Company, we publish !I Iii i '

shipments of grapefruit made this ally warm and moist on the days when Because an acre of good velvet bean usual kindness! and to know her was the following facts: I ,

. ': week. Cattle picking up, fast Truck thunderstorms occur and it Is the humid vines when plowed under% will add as to love her She was ever ready to !I I ; ?

l t crops growing fast, altho somewhat atmosphere rather than tho much ammonia to the soil as will an encourage the downcast and to sympathize The lowest rate of wages paid to
"' storm that acts unfavorably on the application of 1900 pound of cottonseed with the weak and sorrowful. I
late in Strawberries
'f' being planted. nwa I. men has been increased voluntarily ,II{ +
I back to notnal I production. milk. And also she was a devoted,I Chris- ,
In all cases of> trouble with milk it )Because the velvet bean Is adapted !i tian. She had been a faithful memo I\; and by arbitration 167 per cent in the II":

I. 1 is wise to thorn cleaning all to Florida soils and produces satisfactory : I bet of the three
. I Ilernamlo, ('ounty-: Considerable give u to I I Hopeful Baptist Church past years; the wages of all ,

, ,i'. I t interest is being' manifested in the dairy utensils by, boiling for half an yields of 20 to 30 bushels ofslll'lIII"'l1l1s I i for sixteen yours, and while the home I packing-house labor have been increased iI:(
hour 11stl'on solution of andrinsing per acre. the ,
!: lye ,i und! church and community have
of A milk club
!growing staple I crops. ill Because the velvet bean is an important been an average of 125 per cent. :'
has been organized! with I the object ofincreasing scalding water, and placing I greatly impoverished we fool { Iii
in direct sunlight to dry. In Home protein feed for the production : that leaven has been enriched, we I,
Ili ; the supply of milk in every There is
Bene fi'
an Employes"
home in the cases it would be helpful to correct of beef and! dairy products and i bow in rovoiencc to the will of God I I I
county. ,'
digestive troubles> of> the cow with n furnishes excellent winter foraging who does all things well.-Luke City Association (voluntary) providing dis- II .

i Hamilton County: Partners are mild dose of purgative, like lastor oil for cattle. I Index. i i ability and death benefits for a small ( ,
f or salts. Because: from two to two and l a half __ I III'I\ "
"" getting: in of corn, velvet epsom '
usy crops ,. .. .. ,loiimls ofIvet boans the weekly payment. Sick allowances are ;
. --- -- -- in pod will I Ibe
... beans Grid other forage Am :SOLDIERS; TO KEEP: OUTI'ITS
crops. j I
found equal for milk i granted in times of illness and pensions ,
production tu ,
a having many culls, for velvet beans I' 'iHI: \iKr; : 1'0'1'1'0S A CASH: I|I n
CROP one pound of bright! cottonseed men!. for and old '
r -,_.- I IlIolrlles This I Washington, April 8.-On account disability age are provided II,I;: ,
bulletin No. :
County: Planting going' I I'.J. entitled I I of u number of letters making inquiry without expense to the employes. i iI
t ahead with a rush. Oats doing' extra Florida I FarllwrHIhht: Do Well to Il'lIn"nl'i'til's.: will be sent free upon the subject Senator Park

well and l bid fair to mike a heavy Grow; :More> of These Tubers. upon) ii ppliea tine to the 1'XPl'riml'lIt'l: ': Tinmmell desires to inform all Florida I Under! a two year time payment plan

yield., Pustuuifro coming along fino ,- Nation, Gainesville. l| soldiers, who have boon discharged 4,000 employes have become shareholders in

and badly' needed as every farmer is Any crop that produces as heavily WBElllt'onIE'I I' from the :Military "service that under ':. Swift & Company. t !Ills I''I:
be made to STIU : ( ;: :' T
'' potatoes produce ,
short velvet bean feed. law ,
t on a approved February :2cth, they ;j
takes considerable plant food OPENING::' I (; I.ATKK Til.\N: IN:' tar entitled to retain us their ownproperty Company physicians attend employes I ,f. :

Putnam County: Six splendid Iuloc and moisture from the soil It is unreasonable the uniform and outfit they needing their help at the plant and at home
, I, to expect u heavy yield Shipments, :Now; Rolling without charge. il; 'f
HOW pigs have been placed with at the time of their release from I i i Illt I ;
the club members. This is but a where this", fertility and moisture :j" Through Ohio River Gateways the service. iiI I'
I start, as> other members will soon lacking says A. P. Spencer of the Extension I'rom Louisiana, \lnhaml1-Ue'I'' .- I More than 1,500 of the 7,500 men who U;!

-0. ;I have sufficient feed to feed their pigs, > Division of the College> of Ag ni.inel Is Opening WII.TIE: IUSTERE ', left to join the army and navy have returned I

: when they will receive them. riculture. Many disappointments, he OCT to their jobs and jobs are waiting for the : "'! ,
points out, have resulted because the Cincinnati, April .1.-The big movement I RETAINWashington : I I others as soon as they return. ''I +\
Gailsden! crop planted on the poorer lands has of Louisiana and Alabama I I '
County A few farmers II
: ,
been strawberries will be under { April( 5.-Every enlisted At the general: office in Chicago
f have already, hC'ltunI"ttil1A'' tobacco.A not larger way this every I
11 very large acreage of both shade Farmers and gardeners who get tho year considerably later than last season I man announced, on discharge, the war department ,, boy is given an hour's schooling daily on :',
will be
,Y and fun will be planted this year A heavy yields) usually apply from 1200to owing to the backward development I today, allowed company time .such work being accredited by
to retain his
d t- larger! acreage of sugar cane will also :UOOO pounds of fertilizer per acre, of the plants. The initial shipments the following as articles personal of property i the high school authorities in securing a two :I II '

: be planted. to land that had been well manured rolling through Ohio River j personal I year commercial course diploma.A .
' 1 equipment I
v : I I whereas the application usually given I gateways indicate and advices from i : I ,
I Orange County: There are two this crop is less than GOt; pounds per shipping sections are also to the efI I Overseas cap ( for men with over. summer home is maintained at Fish [

;!i:: more new tractors in the county. acre, and frequently' no fertilizer is 1 I feet that an exceedingly good crop of seas service-hat for others) ; olive Lake, Indiana, near Chicago where women ,
r f fine of fruit will be drab shirt woolen coat and orna- 'j plant employes I,
. Orange county now has 19 tractors'' used. Consequently, the average yield quality packed may spend their vacations
: ''oJ) and 19 silos. i is usually below 100 bushels per acre, and loaded. Out of the Louisiana district meats, woolen breeches, one pair leg. I without cost. I
i ip I
k' : I I
and frequently drops below GO bushels the berries passing, so far, are gins, one belt, one slicker and overcoat
J.I e 1 low being' packed in two suits underwear, four pairs stockings Swift A: Company is co-operating will i
p. Lee County: The Government not per acre, a yield altogether too to ,: 24-pint packages As I
t only helped, the farmers be profitable.The the movement progresses practicallyall one pair gloves one toilet case, other employers to improve living condition I

the nitrate to them on time by, but getting has sweet potato is one of Florida's of the loading will roll put up in barracks bag, gas mask and helmet I around the stock yards. :

i saved over $9000! for the farmers of best crops and the production might 2 I full quart carriers It is noted that ( for overseas men only). More and more thought and attention
t' this county. Cucumbers have bo doubled or even trebled. This would all of the berries from these two are
been The Qolnlae That Does Not Affect The Head being given to the opportunity and responsibilities -
. going/ out for the not result! in depressing the market, states come out in full measure cups.
past two weeks, Because of It* tonic and .Uintlve LAXA presented in a big industry to improve
but be Further north few ""t
the at
and the a means mar- a points
r" >tJ prices are beyond. expecta TIVE!: BROMO QUININE!: (Tab'el.) can be taki-n
tions. kets. In many sections of Georgia remain a few "snide" quart packages, by I tYb'd without. ceasing nervouiinrs*or rlnitinii workingconditions and to raise living standards.
i and Alabama the sweet potato crop which will likely go to markets in local In E GROVE S signature un G.e.nti: : These
are beginnings of a broad, constructtive
; :Manatee County: Grass beginning has become an important cash. crop lots provided the shipments can program, details of which are now being
to show since sweet potato houses have fallen evade the United States inspectors
up on the range and the worked out by the Employes' Relations Committee
t cattle look, better. One dairyman in into general use, and a wider range of working under the Federal drug and of -
Swift St
t' the county recently installed a milking markets opened up. food department which has supervision Company.

. machine. In order to get an increased and in suppressing the use of sort I

'i \i -- better market, a better production of or irregular packs moving without Reasons Swift &
. CompanyU.S.A.
Lake County: There will be an Increase marketable potatoes must come front tarrying marks indicating the quantity

. f f 'fl.! in the corn and a decrease in the farms. To make sweet potatoes of contents.It Why you should use
p I the cotton acreage in Luke an important money\ crop more attention is figured there will be an active q Cardul, the woman's

i this )'l'l1r.llot: all citrus grower county must be paid to the selectionof --.- --- tonic, for your troubles, c& Cck
\'IlI'il'ties\llxed: varieties will not have been shown in I
hud ,
a heavy bloom and,
\ are planning MICKIE SAYS thousands of
1 to spray fur mule, and other insects soul roudily at good prices on competitive actual users of this medi-

and try to hR'e1<'lIn, bright fruit markets The yield must be sufficient \1"" TI+ERG! ONS 0" 1e+ESE cine, who speak from - '-

L next season. to justify additional cost of tN OuQ 'NNtlOWN- '1 personal experience. If

.. preparing for the market. This requires JEST OE.NENBERtW\ ,,rt NOvJQ. the results obtained by
a well prepared seed bed! properly BON'S GOT other women lot so many
r'lagler" County: Partners. of Haw SOLDIER' SOME
fertilized and planted in such a years have: been so uniformly 3MI
Crl'l'kI'dion 6P&RCTME HE StTft
moving' the cabbage cood
that the will not lack moisture why not
crop in 'url.its at satisfactory prices. way crop 'ROUND AND VMOMOSKSVS WHIIo'1 give Cardul a trial?
i :Nine' cars have been shipped, and during! any season, and particularly GrOIN ON BACK., : NOME N/MW :

there are about ten more ti> ship during September when the OO".1'CH o. SEND MtKtouo "tHE Take n
1 tabors are making their growth.Sweet I I
'1 HOMe P"'ER' WE 00"1'CHAIl.QIii
a potatoes> do best when plant- I
J o.N'I"tH\NQ.
Pinter) County ExtRA
: Ht-girnrweed will bo oil in beds but the usual practice of I
Ii, used extensively this "t' SEND \T TO PRANCE CARLDUI
summer as a making! beds unnecessarily high is a
;' cover crop. One grower has ordered 1 CULTIVATORS I
I bad practice.. The surface of the beds
1000 pounds of ,
seed, another 100) must be I l-mso, when
for the
f pounds and others will runners "!II Ilb I I .
order later.PeSoto I The Woman's
are pushed out from the parent TonicMrs. I
t. plant they take mot at the joints If f! I FERTILIZER :DISTRIBUTORS
) County ( Mary J. Irvin, ol
: 1a nniht' 'rs an I the !ground I is soft and moist the potatoes
,'f beans damaged! to imiiiitont.i hut: are formed and will grow. \ Cullen, Va., writes

f' : the high prices are likl I\ (I". offset moist well cultivated .oil ;is essential I aIIIIIIIIIIlIIII "About II years ago, I PLANTING

,ti this loss. Cukes bringing $1 r i! a Brat to heavy yields'' and must be prepared suffered untold misery PLOWS ,,

I I and beans! $::1 T>0 f. o. b. 'hippinir sta before the crop is planted, with provision O 1 with female trouble, bear-

tion. Bankers of the county glad to made for cultivation just as fn -down pains, head- I I

; :av assist I in financing the pig Auks long as cultivation is possible. IL ache, numbness . I I

j'i :: -.---- - Late planting is responsible for l r .p. would RO: for three weeks I

I ", SUMMER TROUBLES WITIIIILK: many low yields. The latec rop from .e.i 1 almost hent double . DeWITT C. !JONES
I \ I vines should be planted not later than My husband went to Dr. ;
Extra Care Must be Given Milk Utensils
l for Cardul . .
in Hot Weather Habitual Constipation CuredIn After HARDWAREStarke I
: 14 to 21 Days taking about two
'I'1ft'' At the close of the winter seasonwhen "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN": is a specially bottles I began going I

: cattle are changed from dry J'feparedSyrup, Tonic-Laxative for Habitual a..eae" 1 around and when I took Floridaer"I'

feed to grazing( : on the fresh grass, Constipation. It relieves promptly but three bottles I could do II
': and when the first warm days of should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days all my work." E-fiO
i.t to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and 1 I
, ky, 'j spring occur, there is frequently considerable Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c I

? trouble with premature per bottle. l I

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Sunday here with relatives I O. .J, Abernathy made a business .
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Miss, Ora) Melvin spent Saturday (trip to Stnrke Wednesday. i -=- \

\\I News Notes Of The County I afternoon Pyal.Harley. hurt, guest of Miss :Mamie I Rufus, Johnston on liuniiK'S, of Waldo, was hereWcilne.da.v

I I Ha/en visited Raiford Sunday Hayca'
: :
Joe of
( afternoon.Misses McKinney, Monteocha, was
ituonivF.itlirooki : church at g .'m) o'clock. guests of their cousins, Ila Dell and : :Minnie and Willio Mae Ollixer here on business Wednesday. Hcalhsy HOlleyStops'

Miss Kunice llaiteii spent Saturday Jennie Crosby. of Pine Hill, were in town shopping Mrs. J. N. Byrd and I'hlhiren is

,r, April, .1-\I 1 ; <'S81'K. Fred Ha- niltht at the homo of ;Sir. and :Mrs. W. :Mr. und Mrs. G.; W. Ila/.en spent :Monday afternoon here thin. week veiling her parents,
zen and II. 1 II.: Brown visited the coun- Amlruii, of New River. Sunday afternoon hero with relatives.Mr. Col. peek of Stal'keVa" attending: :\\1 lr. and 1 Mrs. I D. J. Byrd :

ty "atIollda: '. i Hester Andreu and Eustace Kelly, and ;Mrs :Mark Clemuns, of to business' here Saturday afternoon. I Mr. Beaver and son, Fred, of Sampson -
:MrI' :\1. Barefoot spout \\Wednoaf of Mew River, were in town Sunday Pino Hill, were in town Sunday after Dr. Tribhlo of LaCrosse, music n City, wan here Saturday on business. Tfo} J
f in, .\ln) hUll shopping nf I'nolln. noon. professional I call hero Saturday after i, ,
J'st l :Shirluy; of Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. E, S. Gainey and children :Misses :Minnie and Pearl Greene noon. Miss Mao McKinney, of Lake Duller -

?'. Wedne d.i.v' here with his parents of LaCrosse, attended church wove in town shopping\ Saturday; afternoon. D. II. Gilbert of Monticello, was in is here, guest of Mr. and Mrs.C. TSokfe
t' Among! those who attended prayer here Sunday. I town Monday: morning, looking after . Ii. Hol arts this week. .

\ meutini.,.' T'io-day night at Graham l-'rn/.ier Shaw made a trip to New Mrs. /, R: Taylor, of Plant City, tho watermelon drips Mabel n 'I',1, made a business tripto Heals The Throat
W' >,iM 1 .1"i ". John Glover, KlrtonPII River Saturday night. spent the week-end hero with Miss Laura Lewis is on tho convalescent Waldo Friday I

4 " Jin I :Misses T.unodia Pinholstrr. Mrs, E. T. Stewart spent the weekend Leroy Osleun spent part (1'1,1111.1'1 list this week. j 1'hVnolnll'l1 Circle nlet h'rTolI: Cures Tho Cough :

I hi1-.i' 1'aster and Ilnhy Crosby. with her si'tor, :Mrs. R. Lewis of \\eok with relatives in Plant :Mr. and Mrs.: G(i. U. Colson anti \Mis day afternoon and enrolled six newmembers. Prico} 33c.

Mr. t' ml :Mr*. K. L. Crosby spent near" here.I.ucian News was received here Monday Olgli; Wat.V'I',) ,! ill Sturko Friday i \ Thl'." ware Mr.s. 11. I'" Price, .,
ThI,! ii Starko. and Marvin TIazon, who ore morning; of the arrival of a daughter afternoon. | Mrs. N. J. W 'nll. :Mrs B..1. ;Murrhec, A FREE POX OF
M! M.I. I l\\al 1, of Tnmpa, la hero attending school' In Gainesville, spent at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Kinaey, Minnie Lee {lemons was horo the airs: RIKH Pi\'tee" Mrs. I. G. Hurry and
i '1 01' i ?' \\ ith friends.M the week-end here with their parents. "f Gainesville guest uf :Miss Myrtn Morgan Saturday :Mitt Audio Sparks, GROVE'S 0-PEH-THATE SAIYE I

;-g : si-,. fuy! PinhoKter and 1 FredII ;Mrs. HobliH[ who has been visiting :Miss Ohm Ward is visiting relatives afternoon. I IMr. I J. D. Baxter anti, son, ICIdon, attendeil I
( the
, her daughter at Erie: home ;Mrs. rB.; Opens Pores and IViu'trau-iO)
i anti Miss: Pearl Lewis and returned and friends i in Starke th's week. and Andreu, Jr., the Union here Friday and :Sutra
nv ,Mi..t i. Mi: '-. (i. W. Lewis, motored to Wednesday. The many friends of Everett Cle- spent hit( Sunday with relatives nt'' for Clu'rtt Colds Ilcml Colds
Jill,' '. 1 li, afternoon. Michael Andreu. of Old Bradford, glad to him back Old Hrmlford. day.Mrs. ; wA;
; n. flay niiuis are see again. ;] j' Claud Hirt; spent, tho week-end Croup is enclosed with battle .
, Ilnili, ] \ iluwho hUB boon studying was in our town un business Saturday Ho is just home from oversells and, j J. C (Cone I Is in Law toy this week. here with her uiirentH, :Mr.: and :tiro.: every -
'c: ti,'!trophy, at Nuwnan. Gn., rev has his discharge., j Rev. Woods, of :Sturke.' filled his'' A. t.ane. I of I1AYtS'lIt\LI 1 :: :: G HONEY

I tuini'd. "r-ouie' Saturday. iris ninny Messrs. Sloan and Hicks, of South Messrs. Posmoml' Pukes and| John ; regi'lnr appointment! at Pedal Satur- f j :Misses\ Pearl Lewis, Mao Djal nndMessrs : You M''t! the CViijih, Syrup und the, Salvo/ ,
fri n i"d. in" c triad to see him home once Florida, spent Saturday and Sunday :Murfree. of Dukes, were visitors. here 'day and Sunday. : Fred 1 lla/.en and Carl Lewis I Iitttemled fur sue" 1'iue, :It.,K':.

again ", here with friends. Sunday afternoon. ;| The' families' of R. T. stern, P. M. 1 church here :Snturdnytltlrs. M.uli'! Reci'iiuniMiili d and Cu.lrantCt'IIO ',

J. n. TJuxti-r und son, Eldon, were Quito a crowd attended the dem Rev. King, of :New: River, will\ fill rhll'l'rooltnd/ L. Sowell enjoyed' a fish j' Jim Sloan attended tho m the I'ulilio byParis 'I' ,
t in iraham: Friday. i ons-Humphrey wedding Sunday after- his regular appointment the Missionary < fry at the river Thursday night. ing" h.'re :Saturday. Medicum
The stork visited the home of :Mr. noon. Baptist church next Saturday BIr". Win. I F. Mnlphurs, of Starko, I I :Mr and :Mrs Tom Stewart '.t'I' : Company !.
and ;airs. Lewis Clemons last week, :Mr. and :Mrs.[ E.: M.. lla/.en spent and Sunday Everybody try nnd at- I| 'was" visitor, here part of last week.J. hero Saturday. Manufacturers: ofGrove's j
Friday in Ste rkeG. l:. ( 'lemons in 1 Tasteless Chill Tonic :
leaving; a fine girl tend. I ISirs. I spent,. Saturday The Union meeting 1 began: here _
Miss Ivy :McPnvid, of Cooler 1'01101,1 w. 11112011 was in Gainesville Friday :: W. H. Harrell mid son. Mabryof .Jatksunville.. I Friday I'lIlInilll until Sunday noon. It -- M'4[
spent :Monday here with friend ( Old Bradford. were visitors hero Frank Lane, of Starke, was attending WIIH well' III !l'"Io'd. They had dinner = "'m. :' '__ ""' :-:' l'1'
"!: Miss Ruby Crosby left Monday for ] ilr. .\L Matheny: is attendingthe Saturday afteinoon. to business here Saturday. ,|. on the ground all three days. Five -
Woodmen Circle is the sick list air:: and :Mrs. U. Osteen and little '' : TimiTil.K()| OVKK ::1
Jacksonville, where "she, will spend a meeting at Ocala :Mrs.: T. C. Ila/.cn on now candidale.s cams forth for baptism. -
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while with relatives this week. again this week.Mr. daughter, accompanied by their mother I .
Iff Messrs. Fred, and Carl Lewis The many friends, of Wiley Wil- : und Mrs.\ T. C" Ila/.cn and, children Mrs.\ Rosetta Osteen, of High --_--, John )K. Maker, Kiltie Creek, Mich., I I'
'II Misses Pearl Lewis and Mae Dyal' liams, Worlhinglon, are sorry to spent Tuesday Alnthun shopping Springs, spent Sunday here with Mrs.! i 1 writes, : "I was troubled yith heartburn I

attended church at Graham Saturda: learn of his recent illness, and I wish I Emily Abbott. Proved safe by millions indigestion' and liver complaint ,

right. I him a speedy recovery.Mr. Kustace Kelley, of New River, was |I Eldon Baxter left this week for until I began using Chamberlain'sTablets :,1
and Mrs L. L. Johns of New Greenwood, S. C. where he is ( then my trouble was over. .1
Collie Weeks, of Santa Fe, was in in town Sunday afternoon. i iI.orene employed '
our burg Sunday afternoon. River, spent the week-end with :Mrs. Hazen spent Sunday here in railroad work. 'Ir you arc troubled with indigestionor .

Mrs C. Roberts and niece, Mattio I' Johns' parents :Sir. and :Sirs. W. S. with her cousin, Ella Mae Hazen. |i The' Woodmen Circle held, its regular i-oiisupntion give them a trial.Th.y .

; Douglass, of Alachua, spent the weekend Nabb.Sir.. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone and children ! meeting Saturday afternoon with will do you "good. Adv

here with relatives. : and .Mrs. J. S. Forsyth and sons attended the burial of Mrs. l.ani- :( very good attendance.Mrs. I
The many friends of Carl Ward Roy and Willie, were in town Satur ford at Pyal cemetery Tuesday. | ,1. ..w.11 attended church at HEADi:
who has been stationed overseas, are day. We are sorry to report J. D. Baxteron )Pednn Sunday I I'I''r

I glad to learn he is in the States Mr. and Mrs. Bielling and children, the sick list this week. I I Mr. und :Mrs. L. Sowell were visitors -

i a ain. I of Providence, spent Sunday here, the :Messrs. Fred, Harley and Lucian < at the home of J. S. I Forsyth Sunday It

" Miss Lubedia Pinholster left Sat- guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Shriver. Hazen, Eldon Baxter, Guy Pinholster i afternoon I .'W.j/V, fl ,'
urday for Alachua where she entered Guy Pinholster und Earl Lewis attended attended the dance at Harvey Dyal's --,-_.. .

the High School Monday. church at Graham Saturday home Friday night I KUAIIAM I CHEiKNEACSCOFFEES 1..
Inez Abernathy and Ila Belle Cros- night. Henry McDavid. of Cooter Pond, MISERY :. .
by spent Saturday in Alachua. Miss Beadle Mott, of Hague, spent was in our town Saturday afternoon. Graham. April 4.-Robert Gordon,
Miss Tnve Andreu is spending the last week here with relatives. E. B. Andreu, Sr., spent Sunday of New York, was here Monday on

week with her brother, E. B. Andreu, Rev Moody, of LaCrosse, preachedat with relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. business.
Sr. the Free Will Baptist church Sunday and Mrs. E. J. Ward and Mr. Messrs,. Robert Groover, Jim I Pain Back of Head

Arthur Edwards, of Old Bradford, to a large and attentive audience. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., spent Groover, R. W. Surrency and Lacy
was in our town Saturday morning. Madison Shaw, of Gainesville, was Sunday with relatives at Pine Hill. Prevail made a business trip to Starke )I Frontal Headaches: Best By Every Test

Harley and Fred lla/.en were pleas in town Saturday.N. Mrs. F. Colson and daughter, Iva, Monday.Mr. Neuralgia ; face-neck
ant visitors to Raiford Monday after- T. Ritch and grandnughter; Vivi- of Pine Hill, were in town Saturday and :Mrs. Odell\ Abernathy, Mrs. i
noon. rette Floyd, of Starke, were in town afternoon.Remember. Will Jones and Pr. Thomas was in Torment In Teeth
Saturday afternoon. school next Sunday Gainesville :Monday on business I ne Strong Withstand the Winter
G. B. Colson and Mesdames Bare- Sunday I Toothache: Earache Cold Better Than tho Weak
r' foot and Osteen motored to Waldo John Groover, returned to Jackson- at the Free Will Baptist churchat Charley McKinney and son, Alvin
Monday morning ville Thursday after spending' a week 4:30::: o'clock. I of Louise, WHS here on business Monday 1 Colds anal Grippe You durance must to have lIght Health.Colds,Grip Strength and Influenza.and En-

Mr. Mrs, f!. H. Colson and son. .
t' Mr. Mark Clemens and Miss Belle here.Mr.
4 ii'; Humphrey were united in the holy and :Mrs G. W. lla/.en und sons, I Re'Ri-i accompanied-" by :Miss Thelm.i'Ward i| Jas. Reynolds( and daughter' Out of Pain to Comfort I condition When your and does blood not la circulate not In a properly healthy,

bonds of matrimony Sunday afternoon Harley and Lucian spent Sunday with motored to Hampton Wednesday Paisv, made a business trip to Starke your system Is unablo to withstand the

at :3 o'clock at the home of the their daughter, Mrs Alvin McKinney night ,, Monday. Winter cold. 3

bride's parents, Mr. 11.. P. Gainey officiating of Louise. Vernon Edwards, of Old Bradford, I j Miss 1 Flora Clower, the home dem- "HIIJ.T I flUOVC'S] ( TASTELESS! Chill TONIC
We wish them a long anI'' I. W. Pinholster, Sr.? and son, Lester was in our town Monday afternoon.Mr. ration agent, of Starkp, wns here ('ro...." A non" myualgtuntnt Fortifies tho System, Against! Gilds, Grip
happy life. attended, the union at Graham and Mrs L. L. Johns, of New :Monday in the interest of the Girl's + BA'Ep Ipytr"1'ubhte. und Intliicnzu by Purifying and Enriching

G 15. Colon made a trip to Hell Sunday. River, spent the week-end here with Canning Club I R porkgadI tho Dldiid.
Sunday. A peanut popping was given at tho :Mrs.\ Johns' parents, :Mr. anti, Mrs 1 :Mr. Davie, of Jacksoville, was hereon I Ii It contains! tho well-known tonic prop-
home of :Miss crtic.9 of Qiiinino and Iron in n formiicccptuhlo
Avy Starling Saturday( W. S. Ntthb.Several .
Durant Lamb of Waldo, was in our 1.lll1ine"KIonday! '
night. All i popped' peanuts until a I attended! church at ties : to I the moHt delicnto stomach/ '
townIon.lay: afternoon. lute f O.) W. Caswell, county agricultural al1II'III"I\Snllt, to iko. You cnn soon> feelUsSlrcntitliuiiiiigInvigoruliutiLITcct.
John Surreney of Graham, was in mid were then s'rvellcandy. IInp' Sunday. agent/ !, of Stnrke, was here Tuesday i i / / : 600..I'.IIln'l.I'I''I' .
our town Sunday. \ All reported a nice time Those preI I :Mrs' Henry Clemons, of Alacluia M business. I .ASPIRIN - --- - --
Mrs. R.1'. Osteen spent the weekend ent were :Misses i Graeie i Padgett, Ruth I IN'ewsom here nt the home of her daughte'-, on I 11. :
with her ,daughter at Graham. Ivy: Starling. Ethel; P>al, Mrs.\ R. Andreu. ( hi'sley Kogg and ,daughter, Leta.imade : I i

Klice) ; Holder, of Santa 1 Fe, was in Ollie Pndgdt.lta Newsom, Lola Call ;Mrs Crews and children, of Lake a businevs trip to Gainesville Onkfield I (!ia., May 10, lIH 7. l
Lubodia Padgett ; ;Mr, and :Mrs. S. I.. lititlcr: spent last week ut the home Tui'sday. j I 1 Aniifrln i. tinn":i.I- ,innMil '1."ntire Old,
town afternoon J {'n
our Sunday , '.. Kentucky/ Mfg.
nf Min.urn i 'I/I. sir "iS. J I n.1,1 ? t
Mrs. Pukes, of Alachua, spent Sunday Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. .J. (!i. Weeks.Mr. of Lewis Clemons. I .r.I O. Dairy was in Starke Tuesday 'inlucali, Ky.
here with relatives. : and 'tlrs..1. I';. I'n"lrettI"K.: NetaPynl. :Marvin llazen, of Gainesville, spent on Inisiness : Adults -'I iln ,an ,la i tu 101.1,1 u fientlein t .
: : ) :Miss Alva Thomas. :Mr. andMrs. the week-end here with his parents, Misses F.dna; Itax- : mill. "I'r' If . ,
'\ It. Surrency spent !Saturday in Ruby Croiby, > anytime 'in t sWtt.v I'lease allow mo to state that I tm'''
Jacksonville.Mis.' I I : Charlie Prescott, :Messrs Secber Mr. and :Mrs.' E. M. Hasten.Mrs. ter, I iihedia Pinholster rued) :MessrJohn ..1 rcpnal dae'a| tires tortes a day uCI..r sold your hog, cholera remedy' for ono

: :Mnrmiret Lewis is on the convalescent Newsom Gentry: C'ail, JelF Padgett J. Crews, of Old Bradford, was Groover; Eldon; ) Baxter: were heici mauls! mason and have ordered" morn for this
:Neal: Pyal, Menx.ia! Groover, ClydePrcscott in town shopping :Monday afternoon of :Mabel
list. i Tuesday evening, guests SI-IIHIIM. I I.a..t.. year I sold, it to 12 or 15
Hufus Prescott, Leo Pyal.Lust :Mr.s. Junie f'lemons, of Jacksonville, 'I1
Byrd. Ask for mJ Insist
Smiley Pinholster was a pleasant ; Upon torn who raise hol:'''. I told each of
visitor at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs Friday ('vl'ninA'Iill": Laurie! spent part of last week here with rel :Messrs.\ Truman f Pyal and Tom, them to tnke the remedyfeud it to t
Thomas entertained, number of her "Bayer Tablets of
J. !Shriver': Sunday. a ttt 1Vt'tt. ;Mills made a business trip to Starke j Aspirin. their, hogs and, if they lust Ii single; i
friends at a pound party, it being in GradyK'llev, of New River, was
R. Andreu was in Ktarko Wednes Wednesday. American Owned, Entirely. hog from disenmof any kind not to
honor of her f fifteenth birthday at tin in town Saturday afternoon |
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day. I of pay me a t r 'it, for the remedy, but
Mr. two
Cunningham ,
homo of her Mr. and Mrs. J.
parents ;Sir and :Mrs. Bethel Colson nndchildren ,
Several of the Stnrke people 20-ocnt sires alum. when I ,
wero Uruoker, passed through our ,burgWnlnesday > pu.'kll-J"rg"r they "I tn to sell cotton every
B. Thomas. Quite a number of {gameswere of Pine Hill in town /
. out here Saturday afternoon. . ._ came u and, paid for the ed.
en route to Starke.MICKIE - - - : ) me "
The table
'I 1lrs.lurthlL: Snpp of !':tnrke, was played. was spreadin one day last week. '1'11111SEVEIn; : COM"Our ) ;icine and every one of I them told rno
a visitor, at the home of her parents the yard and all enjoyed the nice Lucinn Hazen, who has been going I I (lint it was the host hog medicine' they \

Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shirley, Wednes supper. Those enjoying this, happyoccasion to school nt Gainesville, was. horn SAYS ( five year old son Paul took asevere 1'IIsl',1" (One) man |paid rnu for (thnsinall
were Misses, Belle Hum last week sick leave. t
on cold last winter that settled
on ( and
package bought ;i worth
1 $
day.Mrs.. :McPnvid of Cooter Pond, is phri'y Ora Melvin, Gertie and Alvah I. W. Pinholster, Sr., and. son, Letter I 6RNr, iN "'I'oo'TUa.... I his, lungs and In- hud tnrnblu coughing mure and said it was the hi'xl that o
here visiting relatives this week. Thomas, Ruth Newsom, Rhoda, Lau- of Pine Hill attended the lodge NOW GET ,"aONova SOx-Otta. l 1'11"11"Ve' were gelling worried, about he had exer tried., i
Miss Willie Mae Nabb is visitingin rie and Alvah Thomas Ethel and AI- meeting at the :Masonic hall Saturday BOYS VJE'WS G.o0, PRINT him H* the rncilicinc, we gave him ,did Yours very truly

Jacksonville. tha Lewis, Fronie Rivers, Geneva afternoon 'E A. JEST so VAJS OON'T oTTOO not help, him in the least. A neighbor W. K. UAHTI.KTT.:

Many of the Brooker people attended Courson Jimmy Anderson Alpha :Mrs. Cox was in town Saturday afternoon "MANY' FttONfx O>MN ONE spoke so highly of Chamberlain's Sold by. )

the union at Old Bradford Sunday.J. Hodge, Lydia Groover, Gracie Pad and while here attended the peR40N. EVE0.VBODI 1S Cough )Remedy that I got a bottle of .1. Manning: Starke.

E. Clemons and son, Mark, were gett, Messrs. Dewey Duke, AlbertWilliams Woodmen Circle meeting. SURE PROVO OP OUR eons It, und the first dose benefited him Douglass & Knight, Lake. Butler + i
visitors to Starke Saturday.Miss Curtis Melvin, Ellery Thomas John Crews, of Lake Butler, spent AND' GLAD TO HEAR FROM I su much that I continued' giving it to W. I. Overslreet, Lawtcy.
of Pine Hill Otis Douglass: Mark Clemons, "' .. him until he was cured," writes Mrs.
Vera Surrency, 1'HEN\\ L A. I>. Andrews, Kaiford.
was in our town Friday afternoon. Seeber Newsom, Edwin and BeattyCunningham drove' Tasteless chill Tonic I Frank Crocker, Punu, 111. Adv. J. V. Jones, Hampton. 'Adv
Harvey and Bruce War
Miss Flora Clower, of Starke, pass- ren, Chester Andreu, Purvis Lewis restores vitality and energy by purifying and enriching
ed through our town Monday.L. the blood. You can jooo feel ka Strenathenloit. - r-
Gainey motored to Starke Thursday Eugene Crosby and Mr. Gear, of lavUuratlnn Effort. Price. 00% t l 'U.L%_ :
Clayno. +a) 'Ilkll 1 f

The'many friends and relatives of After supper they all returned to UGH CALOMEL MAKES Ki
the house where they were entertained I
Miss Mamie Reddish regret: to learn 5 THE experienced
by music and singing. Miss Thomas YOU \r\ '
.n, of her death which occurred in St. DEATHLY SICK ; 1 '
received several presents. The ; ? f4
': Vincent's hospital, Jacksonville, Mon- guests departed at a late hour wishing e 1 r f' painter-the man

tt day.J.. :Miss Thomas many more happy Stop Using Dangerous Drug Ih C 2 t v7ruJll ,7i t tr
C. Cone spent last week in Law- birthdays. p 'v who knows-always
' Before It Salivates You! -

tey.Mr.. and Mrs. !Scarborough: of Bt1 i d
Brooker April 11.-Rev. :McGuire '' It's Horrible. recommends "
Starke, were in our town Friday en- ='=, C ,
of Palatka, preached at the Free Will!! I a
route to Old Bradford. J I
Baptist church Saturday and !Sunday.': You're bilious, sluggish, constipatedand ": rJI'
of :
Harry Edwards, Brooklyn, wa
I Large attendance each time.G. believe you need vile, dangerous/ .' ''r--\ ,J
in our town Saturday. W. and E.: M. Hazen, A. B. Sur- '' cn.omcl to start your liver and clear. _I ::: ;- 'Iwaa I
:Miss Ora :Melvin was a visitor to :
rency and I.. A. Brown visited the your bowels. '',' ffftlZ
+ town afternoonRev.
Saturday :: '
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Stevenson a lecture at county sent :Monday. Here's my guarantee! Ask your SraMP -'e' _.
gave :Miss :Mamie Oliver, who has been druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Pod ::/nn'r: :
the Advent church Sunday night on M
teaching school near Palatka is horn son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful a "f!',c
War. It
"Why Lost the W
I Germany on a visit with relatives and friends. tonight. If It doesn't start your liver <:
was enjoyed by were present.Mr.
Mr. and :Mrs E. T. Stewart and and straighten -
right better
you up ... -
and Mrs. Hayes! of Old Bradford !- :J. -
.' son, Paul, spent Sunday afternoon in than calomel and without griping or ",,'- -- J Use It on your floors, either kitchen, bathroom, stairway or
attended the lecture here Sunday Graham with friends.Mr. I making you "sick I want you to go -- outside piazza floor. It will make them attractive and durable

night.Mr.. I : and :Mrs. U. D. Johns and son, back to the store and get your money KYANIZE 'Is made to stand the hard usage a floor gets
an,1Irs.: L. F. Surrency an,11'' of New River, attended church here wears longer 'looks better than ordinary varnish. ,
son. Earl are now in Plant City, Sunday night. 1vOlflIi TRYING That's why we guarantee, satisfaction. Money if it don't do *
where they will reside in the future.W. I calomel today and tomorrowyou all we claim. fri
I Henry Sowell, of Cooter Pond, was will feel weak and sick and
S. N'abb. of Lake City, is hom. nau If you are troubled with sl"I'fI"'"
0'illit with in our town Saturday. rented Don't 1 lrts, day's work. Taki1 ni'ss look to your diet. Drink its t.,
on his family.Mr. ('"Ilin. Weeks, of Santa Fe, was the : spoonful of harmless CII.r I .
a vegetable Pod Lumber & ;
coffee for few and lak
or a days [ Supply .
children IJuig1y11
: and :Mrs. J. C. Crews and If e-t i.f :friend Sunday afternoon. son's Liver Tone tonight and wake 'in one of Chambprlain'H Tablets i inn I'',' .
of Old Bradford, attended ser Urn Rita Ward spent Sunday an I I feeling grrat. It'i perfectly harm diately after to Improvedigestion. yo.u'
vices here Sunday. Monday, with friends at Pine Hill. supper
; leas
tn give it to children
your any These tablets also I'all<" I 1.rr.-l.vf.r-i'UTniiMiinifJ
Odessa and Ponnie :Mae il.rrtj.. ;! ;:
Remember prayer meeting next Crawford I time. It can't salivate, so let them gentle movement of the bowel.- Th' yare ,
Sunday night at the Free Will Baptist of Alachua, spent the week-end here eat anything afterwards ((11-.I) unsurpassed for constipation. Ad'" .la



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-'r 'I i ville Sunday and spent the day withM S. C. Andreu and :Mabra Harrell. All P. Dekle :Monday. while the happy father ; wearing tho i
t. ; . A. Dukes. had time. llisHesIubel and Nellie and cousin .smile that olf. There's '
J := a merry We are coming : wont come a
4 14 -ii-\\ Mrs. Henry Fort, of Ocala, passed again Miss Surrency.C. Dollie Johnson, visited Dukes :Monday reason-it's a boy. 'lI

tt through here Saturday enroute home II. Newsom and family visited afternoon. I The new lunch counter idea introduced J
I; 1 after a pleasant visit to the home of !Mrs. C. M. Andreu Sunday.E. Dan :Mann, of Webster, was visiting by W. II. Hurt in connectionwith '
j t News temp I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Sum B. Andreu, Jr., and wife were here last week. his store on Railroad avenue fills 'I' '
mers. She was accompanied home by the guests of Mrs. C. M. Andreu Messrs. L. S. and W. A. Dekle, of u much needed wunt. His lunches
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Miss Ida
I : -=0 =---= '-- =-- : =.0.- = Summers. Sunday Luke Butler, L. G. Johnson, RhettDruwdy good! und his prices are right, and this ;
.. Miss! Eliza Dukes visited Mr. and Mahni _
Harrell Norman
was the of and Purrish assisted -
Interesting Fact Gathered Liurlnir the V'tck b;> (irRegular guest new venture is being duly crowned r
IJ Mrs. II. C. Peoples Saturday. Miss Edna Edwards: Sunday after P. P. Dekle Tuesday in repairinghis with additional success.
I Correspondents. I 1 Elder J. R. Dukes filled his regular noon. mill breast which blew out Sat-
:\ L. L. Blackburn was u visitor ti ti1I's. t-:
appointment at New Hope church on Joe Surrency was the guest of :Miss urday. His numerous customers will I
.1 i' '. ----- --- Saturday and Sunday. 1 Ruby Edwards Sunday afternoon. be glad to learn that he is again able to Starke Friday. t :
j I W. 1' Lee spent the week-end with C. II. Newsom was attending to to grind. Mrs S. L. Alvarez and children, of ,j
,;) I GRAHAMGraham ; week. his family in Jacksonville. business in our community Saturday. --- -- -- -. Stnrke, were visiting relatives in f'f 1' .
t 'f ----. Robert Groover was a business visitor Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglass vis- Remember church next third Sunday ('L.Hll.L Lawtey Sunday. t H ,;;

April 11.-Colson Thomas,, here Wednesday. I 1 ited their daughter, Mrs. Sam Dukes, :Mr. und Mrs Tom Adams and chil '.
,, ;; of :Montuocha, was here Sunday. Gil Curd Weeks was. a business visitor ; ,last week. | Truby Willis and, family were the Clay Hill, April 11.-The folks in dren, of Columbia county, were visitors ,
, 't Mrs. Sparks of I.oui attended the here Wednesday.Mr. i Reuben Crawford, was a business> guests of Mrs Aline Murrhee Sunday this section bcuc'ves. thut summer is; to Lawtey Saturday ;'1:,
'I union meeting here Saturday; and : and Mrs. Robert Lewis, of ,, visitor here Tuesday here uguin.E. t
I I !Miss Emma Overstreet was visitor ii1;!
( Brooker the business vis- I a -
Sunday. I was among j Messrs. M. and T. A. Dukes were | T. B. Edwards was in Worthington II. Carter and son, Henry, made to Sturke Friday. ;
"I' Berryman Dyal and wife, son and itors here Wednesday. j business visitors to Starke Saturday. I one day last week. their usual trip to Ja'ksonvilloIon.;\ J
Miss 1 Minnie 1 and Ida Howling, of I Mrs. Mary Rivers, of Green Cove :
daughter attended church hero Sun- I Jimmie NesSmith and sister Miss> Saturday was the day to dip cattle :
U! day. I I Jacksonville, is here visiting their Essie: spent the week-end with Mr. but the weather was BO threatening, day.C.. B. Starling was among the Springs, is spending a few weeks at : 1
i sister, Mrs. C. B. I Roberts. I I the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
'r Wo regret to learn that Miss Mabel and Mrs. S. M. Dukes. that only a few were dipped. visitors to Highland Friday. #
Byrd of thin has left for Tallahassee 1 Bubc !McKinney and Son, Carl, of __._ David Durban in East Lawtey. ',..;
-' I T. Wynn was in our section Satur Miss Janie Curter, of the Black
'I t where she will take a short Sampson City, were business visitors HIGHLAND I Creek section, spent Saturday and !Mrs. G. W. Moseley and son, Albert, ,
{1' course. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones and b Graham Friday. i iI I day.Miss Geneva Harrell was the guest Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. of Jacksonville, spent from Friday to jt,,
1 1 little son, Wilbur, and Vinnio Lane I C. B. Roberts was a business visitor Highland: April 11.-W. Max Wim- of the Misses Edwards Friday even and !Mrs S. J, Starling. Tuesday in Lawtey. a t'' ,
", '' accompanied her an far as Starke. to Hampton Friday. / Tuesday I ing. Richard Carter was visiting in !Mrs. J. J. McLeotspent! a few days ::1
,,4J Lacy'Reynolds and wife of New Vernon Jones, of Hampton, was a this
Misses Eva and Elma Edwards and community Friday. visiting relatives at Steckert last '!
l'f . River, were here spending the weekend I' business visitor here Friday. parents.F. Ruby Parrish were the guests of Geneva Misses Carrie and Edith Starlingwere week. ."
I with Mr. and Mrs. Jas Bill Gurney, of Louise, was a business M. Crews was a business visitor i
i Reynoldsand Harrell last Friday afternoon. guests of Miss Mamie Prescott D. Davis of Jacksonville the !i"
fl' spent
visitor here Friday. I '
I to Starke
I'ercy Jones., Monday I George Parrish and mother Saturday afternoon. 'j'
:. Vinnie Lane Mrs. Sparks and son Oliver, of Mrs. II. C. Wimberly was in Jacksonville were wel'k.In Lawtey looking after property ;
t entertained some of the guests of W. J. Ward Sunday. I Miss Jennie Prescott returned home interests
. ( her friend Louise, were business visitors here Monday on a business and I '
Thursday P. M. with ,, Murphy'and Desmond Dukes Saturday after spending a few monthsin I
.. a candy pulling and peanut shelling.All -4'rllln' :_ pleasure trip combined. I Ij passed through. here. .Sundae. ----- nnrnnto... Jarloinnvilln_ n.n_... .___ ,...ith n.. .hat._. ....,./.*.!** .n.....1. Tate Denmark, of Raiford, was a :}
Mrs.' Jessie Maine.s. of Louise, attended j Miss Ida visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. : :
report a nice time. Starling was shopping to Brooker. There must be some at- aunt, Mr. and Mrs.! Jesse Carter. Ev-
II Miss Tishie und The)mil Goolsby, the W. C. here Friday. '| Starke Monday. I I traction at Ilrooker. j everyone glad to see her back again. 1.. H. Hill attended the Head Camp t I
I of Monteocha, attended church here Mrs Sarah (Ponds, of Louise, attended Mrs W. A. Starling- and son, Cur- !Mrs Mattie Barry is !still on the I Miss Bc,tie Carter spent Saturday convention of the W. O. W., as a delegate
Sunday. the W. C. meeting here Friday. i I tis, made a business trip to Starke convalescent list. i night and Sunday with her cousins, I /: from Lawtey Camp No. 159. 1
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Joe Youngblood, of Waldo, was a I Saturday. ----.- ---
Miss Mirtio and Sarah Thomas 'I i O.V.. Barry was culling over to Misses Elsie and, Lucile Starling.
j wore pleasant suitors here Sunday business visitor hero Saturday.Mrs. I Shcrilf" K.: Weeks and Chas. Spark- Worthington Sunday. On business we E. II. Curter was visiting friends in I RAIFORDRaiford
; R. McDavid: of Monteocha, was a John Eddy and son, Harry, of man, of Green Cove Springs, were attending guess.C. i i this community Sunday afternoon.

visitor here Sunday. Louise, _were _here_ ._Saturday._ I to business here Saturday. II. Newsom has a new addition ': F1. II. Curter was attending to business April 11.-Lem Sapp, of
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,;. I The collection for the Baptist Andrew Crews was a visitor to to his farm--a fine Jersey calf. '! in Luwtey Saturday Alachun, was n visitor in town a short
church at Graham: was something MI I.LER: i Luwtey Saturday. W. M. Andreu was transacting i We are sorry to report that :Miss while :Monday morning. ,.

.. over fifty dollars.J. J. S. Johnson, of Waldo was greeting business in Brooker Tuesday. Ida Starling:; is Hudc-ring from a diseased Senator W. E. Baker: nnd son, Sidney I''
1 liner' April 11.--II. S. :Miller and. old., friends here Thursday.Messrs. of
II. Surrenry wus n business visitor i. Hrinklcy lInye.'iMitl'd. his parents eye.Miss Clay county, were visiting in
,. k to Bruoker: Sunday son, Albert, attended) church at I.. 1 1'. Wilkinson, Charley here Saturday and! Sunday.J. Enie+ spent I Friday town and! at the State Farm last week I

Mrs. I.. 1' (OsU-cn lias' been spending ,I Worthington Sunday. Wilkinson and D. C. Moseley, of Clay W. Hayes is visiting his grandparents night with l her grandparents in this They: left Friduv for Tallahassee.Miss .
1: the week-end' with her daughter, Carl Brown and Harry PinkstonviHitt lIiII'C' business visitors he..e'Ion' here this week. II II"CellOn. !
friends. and relatives at Trenton Sara Rivers, of Luko Butler,
Mrs.\[ J. II. day. Drew
Surrem.y, returning homo Dukes and wife were the RichaniLang wns visiting in this was in town Monday .
11 Sunday. f'aturdny, and' Sunday. |I Geo. H. Barker Meredith, was n, guests of W. 1 II. Hat-retl Saturday community Saturday. I, ]Dr. morning!
1 %Y. M. Thomas, of near Raiford, visited week-end visitor delivered a lecture at : \
!Mr.\ anJI! I'M. Charlie McKinney 'I_ at the home of Mr. afternoon lion Wilkinson: was visiting fricnJs j the methodist churrh
or Louise visitors relatives here Sunday. and :Mrs II. C. Wimberly.BRADFORD '. E.1 B. in this Sunday morning -
were pleasant here Andreu and. wife attended, community Sunday. <
. ,. goini in the itfl-rnocm to Lake
r I'Msrnr: Summers, of Providence( ----- e - -- '' ;,
Sunday. church Leo at'
at Now lIopSunday.. Wilkinson: attended church
Henry Wilson, of near Hampton, passed. through here one day last ( ITEMS: -- --- -_, -. -_ ;Alt. Xion Sunday. | injr.Cutler where, he lectured, that even- '

was a bunlne< visitor here Monday. week.Assistant I FIVE: ;MI\ Li: Alrsrrs.: Karl Carter an Horace( :' rev: ,
Kelly begun ,
Mr. and Mrs. Crouch, of Gaines- I'nymnsler of the Navy Bradford, April 11. -T. B. Edwards: Suirling'attended! church nt :Alt. Zion protracted services I
villa, were pleasant visitors here" Sun- W. I II.! Fenjflo arrived! here one day was attending to business in Worthington Five !Mile, April 11.-Mrs. Brady .Sunday. will I. ut the Advent church Sunday and 1
day. last week to spend a ten-day furlough/ i last week.W. McLcoil and little son visited in Five Henry Carter wus a visitor to I. continue through the week. ,
The stork visited the homij ff Mr. with his wife and her parents, Mr. :M. Androii is having some improvements :Mile Wednesday. Starke Saturday. Senator Crosby, of Marion county, j '

and, :''Ira..1. II. SiirrcMiey Thursday, und Mrs. II. C.I'eeples. He is also made on his farm this Messrs. .P. I' Dekle und :Math Roberts Mrs. J. B.: Moaeley and Miss", .Pearl ,I ]was Form" n last visitor and ut the State ,

.,.1 I !ageing them a fine boy weighing/: visiting his parents, Mr. und :Mrs week. attended, the session of the.t\ & 1'jultfett: visite.l Mr. and :Mrs. E. 11. I, :Misses Violet Stone l' i
If ''t eight pounds.. Fijnele: I i.f Fort White, where ho oxI - Miss Harrell Entertains _____ A. M. lodge Wednesday evening of Carter Saturday IIftel'n OI1. and Ouidn Conc ,
1 :Mr. Jacksnii I I.o'-t 8aturayIi..s! : Geneva Harrell last week I:'f' Baker county, were in town Sunday
'\ of Cyril' was a business ortiers Mrs Charity Starling was shonnini .. I"I"Ift'rnoOI1
1 visitor to (iraham :Monday. gave u peanut popping. A good J. l:. Dekle mad a business cull in in Sturke! Saturday of-the past week. : Lieut.
i Richard in
W. .p. I liirt: of Louise, was a business When, one day out from ('''I'lInl'he crowd gathered, and after shelling/; Five Mile f Wednesday.W !Mrs. Annie Carter spent Saturday I linking hands with was his town Tuesday ,
visitor here :Monday.Mr. I 1 was attacked, by infh..nzalnd. was peanuts for a while they went into O. Roberts culled on 1' 1' Dekle afternoon at the home of :Mr. nit/ : oho many friends,
and :Mrs.' C. A. Ii't, of lampc confined to the ship's hospital for thc the kitchen where a delicious coursein Thursday. j I John Austin were delighted to see him. 'J
\Ir'S/ Joe ,
c I best of the / Cunovu, of Starke, was a busiest t
,, ton was the guests of Mrs. Bin's pa- voyage. good old home made candy was Win. Roberts returned Thursday I:i C. 11. was greeting visitor: here f
rentslr. and. Mrs. A. Lane, Saturday I Miss 1 Flora Clover, of SUrke, the s..rvod.t a late hour the guests departed from an extended visit to relatives in friends in Sturke Saturday. Monday morning.
'\ and Sunday. county .demonstration agent, was in wishing for another peanut Lafayette and Suwannee counties. I I! Messrs. II.( B. Hudson and H. S. .
Penrcu Jones' was a business visi- !I this community last week. popping to take place. :Mrs P. P. Dekle drove over to Lake i i Starling motored over to Jacksonville", -.--- ..-
'I tor to New River :Monday. Miss Carrie Belle Brown, who has Milliard! Parrish was in our community Butler Fri 'y afternoon and was accompanied I Friday "'BrerrhleaEw': : at the M.W '

t J. V. Jones, of Hapmton, was a I 11).n attending school at Lake Butler, last Saturday. nome by her mother, Mrs.S. ,I Elmer Curler spent Saturday night s roil i:"
\\1 pleasant visitor hero Sunday. j spent tho weekend with her parents, W. M. Andrea was a pleasant calIl'r S. Proctor. nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,'V. A. ,
'i r : The ladies of the C. W. B. M., of I j Mr. und Mrs. J, L. Brown. in the Pine Hill section Saturday Marcus and Norma Dekle spent the 1 I Starling. }

I' Grnlium: Christian church met for a Last Friday evening Misses Johnie afternoon. weekend with their parents. ] Edward Carter was visiting friends I !
business meeting Tuesday. I 1 j and Trunimie Rivers entertained quite !Mr.s. T. B. Edwards returned home Miss Marshall Proctor was the guest'of in this community Saturday. a. .
Wo a number of their friends'" with a social Saturday from Palmetto where she her sister ,
are having some fine weatherher Mrs. P. P. Dekle, Sat E. S. Starling was in our commun- (
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J'athl'rillnames were played until went in response to a telegram from urday. /I/ 6 ,,1I
now a few days nnd the ity Sunday. :;. \ pI
farmers n lute hour when everybody departed her sister, but on reaching there her Dewey Duke and Wilbur in
are busy planting their crops I I Marcus Dekle at- Parrish was the guest of It:: 7i' \
,X'I Rev. ricrrynmn Dyal, of Sampson for their homes expressing sister had already been buried. tended a pinder shelling at T. II. i friends in this section Sunday. \ f ) 1
City will full his regular appointment :', themselves as. having enjoyed the oe- Joe Surrency and sister Miss Rosa, Rimes Friday evening. j -.-- ---- >>1I .-- '
t" here Sunday., April ith.; I i casion.Mr. attended the peanut popping at the Mrs. Murphy was shopping In LAWTEYLuwtey 1-< ; !; :-
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Mrs. Effio Jackson, of Cyril, spent'' and Mrs. Eugene Douglass attended home of W. M. Harrell Saturday night Worthington: Friday. l I| / : F-

a. it. the week-end with her mother, !Mrs. church Sunday and report a nice time. F. L. Drawdy. and son, T. L.. were i April 11.-Rev. Dr. J. J. il I ..... )....\ I ,t
nr I revaL t. J. I L. Brown made a business tripto Mrs. C. M. Andreu and daughter, business visitors to Dukes Saturday. | Treadwell, of Jacksonville!, was the "I" : t
l J. R. Itenill and David Kelly were Lue! Butler ono day last week Fay, were in Brooker Saturday on Quite a crowd assembled nt Deklo's guest of Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Even- ; m' Uflrd (
: business visitors to Theressa SRtur'I O. ,t. Cnswell, county agent, was business mill pond Saturday to try their luck den at the parsonage from Saturday 4UI\\d t Ilia, .r.rL
'I day and Sunday.O. i in this community la..treek organizing !Miss Ellen Lynn is visiting her aunt fishing for perch. B. J. Thomas and Co Monday.Dr. ,!

W. 1 Dyal I was a business visitor i the Boy's Pig und Corn Club. !Mrs. W !M. Hurrell, this week. Henry Kercc being the winners each ',' 'Headwell is the new district '',' ',"11 ..
1 to \V IIn Tuesday.Mr. :Mr. Cuswcll seems to be the right Leonard Hallbrook: and, Callie carried home a nice string for sup superintendent of the Jacksonville t.UJ-\1' /III i Itrlf
: und Mrs. John I Roberts, of man in the right place. He was highly Weeks !passed through here Saturday per. district <-f the St. Johns River Con- ::: t -P.-- ,
(Oliver siding attended.. church here pleased with his first visit to this enroute to rooker.c.bpr Mrs. Clara Walker and daughter, terence, .VI. E. church, having been appointed JI Ij).
Sunday., end of tho county. He[ enlisted tho Edwards. was a visitor in :Mandy, visited relatives hero Saturday ,' us the successor to Dr. Martin --........... c. wu '-:;:- i ,1

Chesley Fogg was a !business visitor following boys: Albert Miller, Wilbur the Little Springs' settlement Satur- and Sunday. who resigned to take up the work .
, (Cainesville; Tuesday. Brown, Frank Harrison, Berber! day.T.! Misses Onic, Pearl and Lue Spear f of area nauryship connected with NEW SPRING STYLESof 1

; J Miss Until Smith was. a pleasantvis'tor Stoke Trubjr and Denzil Parrish. II. Edwards: and children< Elma were guests of :Misses Blume Sunday. the big centenary I'timraign.; 'I 1 he reverend +
to Gainesville Tu.'s da y. Mr. Cusxvell'' is planning a trip to and Farrell: were transacting business L. G. Johnson returned Sunday froma I gentleman preached in Grace
Tom Mills was a business visitor the famous Herlong Farm at :Mican- in Starko last !Monday trip to Baker county. He was accompanied M. k;. church both morning and evening -
;, !it'I to Stnrke Tuesday. opy for the club boys. The boys so- Miss: liluche Andreu wits the guestof by a cousin. Miss Johnson! to largo audiences and made a I Fein loc Yf
J Mrs. Alva Abernathy who has been lected the Poland Chinn pigs for their !Miss Rubie Edwards Friday night. who will spend a while visiting relatives splendid impression. First quarteryLuruercllco Sm.rt ( iahcs

1 visiting her parents in Jacksonville!, club work. :Miss Ruby Parrish, who taught here was held at the close 01
returned i home Tuesday.Miss . Mrs. Tom Weeks. of Palmetto, is Bradford! school, returned home Saturday Geo. Johnson A'lIveIn impromptuparty the evening service. SMART CLOTHES
\ Mae MvKinney. who bus been visiting her laughter Mrs. Oscar Me Her friends miss her very Tuesday evening of last week KCV. aim Mrs. Alfred Evenden led
visitiivr friends; nt iriihmi, has gone Lend and her brother, T. S. I-ancrford. much. Come and see us all again which was greatly enjoyed by those curly 'j uvsduy morning tor Jackson For Men and Young Men.

i to visit h.'r grandparents, ., at :Monte :Miss Janie Bielling has entered :Miss! Ruby. present. Those from a distance in attendance vulu to attend the Lag. centenary con- $35 to $60
' o'hll.11'11.: Geo. Stone and daughter, High School nt Madison! Flu. Mrs. J. V. Edwards, was on the sick were Dan :Mann Jas. John volition ot tae Atlanta area, taking
'l, Mrs. Jessie Jones, accompanied, her Denzil Thomas: was it business vlsil l list last we.'k.W. son and :Mrs. Carrie Btume. place in :Snyder Memorial churcu
f there.J. tor to Warthington Saturday morning, !M. and S. C. Andreu went cat Dewey Duke spent) Saturday afternoon ruin ail accoancs this convention+ wu. StratfordCOLLEGE
V. Jones of Hampton was n Mrs. S. it. Iliers Il'ftlolI.lay: for af..w fishing one night last week.Their in I ake Butler. the bllf ;e.t tliu.g ot us kind ever puon
I! business visitor to Graham: Tuesday. days visit to her clauA'htl'rIrs.! luck was five largo cots Mr. and !Mrs P. P. Dekle wero by uny denomination in l-'ionda. CLOTKES
'rt MrH. .1. A. Graves! has returned :M. II. Hntchcl, of Jacksonville.Mrs. \ !Mrs. C. W. Edwards was, numbered gtief-< of :Mr. and Mrs: D. L Blumo big program wuh a.I the great luau '
If. from 0"111wh..rl' she him been attending It.E. Brown is. suffering from with the sick last week. Sunday.Cren era and centenary campaign spea.. For Young Men and Those
, an attack of malaria fever. Mrs. Williams is visiting her daughter and Kirko Dekle Sunday crs from all
the W. C. convention. !She reports spent! over the country wu. en whtj want to remain
'j '" n pleasant time.Mrs. George; :Miller an I Joe ;McTcnd[ made. Airs T. B Edwards, this week. with Dana Duke. jo>ej. Pustors and laymen from lu ;young. 1
Percy Jones her returned' n business trip to Lake Butler Sat- 111'11.'illiam... will make her home Mrs Carrie Illume, of Palatka. visited the Methodist churches m three state.
J I from New River where the has been urday. with her daughter. relatives here last week, returning were in attendance. '1 he guests wer $35 to $60
': j I visiting her sister, Mrs. I.nry Rey On Sturdy evening April 19th, Misses! Eva and Ruby Edwards attended Friaay. entertained at a victory U.nner at th.emmc.o J
) 'f nolds. there will be an Easter party at tho church at Sardis Sunday. Dennis Argo called on P. P. Dekle Hotel Tuesday;

I .11! Miss Neta Starling, of !LaCrosse, U .Free Will Baptist church, given under Miss Vergle Rogers was the guest Sunday evening.Jas The special on the .second evening Cumin.,, Writ Us for Our 2far i
the auspices of the Sunday ichool. of Georgia Edwards Sunday. Whitehurst and family the of Christ" I
1( visiting her cousin, Mrs. Percy Jones, announced for last Sunda Style Book. I
Everybody: cordially Invited. Arthur Edwards and sister Miss guests of Mrs. Whitehurst's "
" this week. parents, evening will be preached next Sunda,
i'\ ', Mrs Will Jones and' niece Miss DUK4Dukes Georgia, attended church at Sardis Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke. Mr. White- morning at Grace M E. church by th

k Florence Walker were business visitors Sunday. hurst is home-hunting and we wouldbe pastor ev. Alfred Evend.n. and till
to Stnrke Wednesday P. M. A crowd of young people spent the pleased to have him locate in our public is earnestly invited to attend! IIIRVE'tSIU
t I April llRov. Norris filled afternoon delightfully Sunday at the section. At tho
Mrs. n. E. Kelly Is on the sick list evening service the pastor
his regular appointment at Sardis on home of Miss Vera B. J. Thomas
this week but at this writing is bet Surrency. Among visited relatives in give come interesting sidelights 01.
t Saturday and Sunday. those present were Misses Eva. Ruby the Brooker section Monday. the big centenary
ter.Miss Loker and Ruby Thomas li Mrs. Horace Wood is visiting her and Elma Edwards, Blanche Andreu, Mrs. P. P. Dekle made a business A fine big boy has convention. W. FOMYTH OS.
L visiting relatives near Brooker this sister, Mrs. T. A. Dukes, this week.J. Vergie Rogers and Georgia Edwards; trip to Dukes Monday aC>...moon.L. home of Mr. and !Mrs. Carl Wooten at the JaCk3On.flle Fla.f:1 .
C. Ward returned from Jackson Messrs. Arthur and Seeber Edwards, G. Johnson was the guest of P. and congratulations ,
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