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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 18, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 40. STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY I APRIL 18, 1919. NUMBER 42. l (

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Every goad( [ citizen is expected to do his full part toward making the Victory Loan a complete success. Our ,' .,1




men who went to the front did not stop until their work was done. We must not stop until our part is done.


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I BILLS INTROin'CKI: BY :. PLANS (ON FOOT FOR H .\ltll

VICTORY LOAN CAMPAIGN OPENS I BRADFORD'S LAWMAKERS ROADS) IN: {'I.nHI 'r\. SPECIAL ROAD BILL PASSED BY '


" The following bills have been intro- Aiming the plans now in the niaking -
duced in the house and l senate duringthe for building/ hard roads in Cluy
MONDAY MORNING APRIL 21ST. past week by Senator A. D. Andrews county, is one proposing a bond issue LEGISLATURE IN RECORD TIMEr

,. Representatives A. S. Crews in the district west of Green Cove I :
and R. A. Green. One of the bills introduced Springs for connecting up with Sturko
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WOMAN'S: cl.un818 FOU by Representative Crews TIll 1 Clay County Tmios gives the following I'r ,r ( ,a e'> C .io .a ,a g is "> .A -
WILL BE FOR FOUR AND A \ provides for the town of Stnrke Issuing anent this particular stretch .' TNa A. V. LONG. A. A. DURDEN 5
EQUAL SUFFRAGE bonds for the of establishing eif road: *
HALF BILLION DOLLARS I purpose ;:: 'i 1111': I ODSii.i.. A. J. JOHNSON TRUSTEES
f additions to the waterworks, "There is a plan] e>n foot to form a .. :
Whereas u bill granting equal suffrage ,| sewerage and for illuminating purposes special road and bridge district, west .. KIN .<*.
BRADFORD COUNTY'S QUOTA IS in primary elections to women i ; also to create a board of public ''of Green I'OAO Springs, for the purpose 1' rirrv :MILKS: ; OK iioAi. ('us- i ;
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$IOO.fi:>DISTRICT ALLOTMENTS of FIe>riela is to be presented to our j works for SturkeSenator Andrews I, of unp"roving the .load 1 leuding in .. street ll'on,1 in the lending town hunt of Sturki ho I paved) to .,' :NK"IINJ: ( SIX TOWNS, TO I IK!: .
introduced the bill providing for : the elite-idem' of Sturko and the
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state legislature nt the present session peo o. ...
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ANNOUNCED inn through ( town of I.llwt.y ; BI'II.T'III': IIOMI.S: SII.L:
special road and bridge district in of the Lake Jonova section have
I therefore be it I Bradford county of all territory east long ...contemplated II special I rand and ,..' thence noitherly' parallel with i I _ J
Woman's Club of the Si'ubemrel Lino "
Resolved that the Air "
: railroad
' of New River these two being the only : bridge distrut in that part of tho 1
The Victory Loan The bill
Liberty Campaign creating Special Komi pis.triit
to the "
Starke in regular session this 9th a ,point on boundary line .
: [ I I two local bills brought up. A short all these plans matoriali/r No. I of Hnulford '
opens ntxtondIlY, April 21st. # between
county
day of April 1919 endorse said bill I will'give Itrudfovil and Clay conn1 rompost'd y
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sketch of ouch bill is given. it the county u pretty fair
This is the fifth and lust bond issue I -* ties to bo donigiiii| by the & of county c-ommiMsioner.s" diR.
to be made by the /government in defraying and urge upon our representativesand By Mr. Andrews, Senate Bill No. 11 system, of roads or at least u system board of bond trustees of the .a tricts throe, four and live, panned both
Senator their of the -To create certain in Brad far superior to what it now has
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support territory
the house of till !
expenses of the war. It #* special! road and) bridge district -?> legislature! !in record c
has been decided issue same. ford county into a special road and "The people of the county are waking tinio and lacks
to 4-year certificates i A road loading from the paved -.*> now only the gover-
of indebtedness instead of the I'I Furthermore, be it resolved that a bridge district; and to legislate and up, us never before, to the great .* street in tho town; of Sturkc to nor'n" Signature to make it a law It
r long term bonds heretofore issued and 'copy of this resolution be sent to validate the building and constructionof nerd and the grout value of gooelroads. ) Ia the boundary line between Brlld.i *> is expected l that the governor will sign
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these certificates will draw interest | Senator A. D. Andrews and Representatives certain roads and bridges named This i is because agriculturehas ford and) Aluchun counties at the <*?> the bill just as soon as ho reaches it
become
therein and for the issuance of bondsto their dependence and there
at the rate of four and threequartersper <3> in the regular course of business. If
R. A. Green and A. S. point where a bridge crosses the /
I'I pay therefor, and the appointmentof is little or no profit in farming in a
cent. which is one-half of he has not it.
signed
already
one Santa Fe river. S>
percent I Crews, and also to the Bradford : I
a board of bond trustees, and to in- section where there is no roads
higher than the I The bill for about
interest on bonds for A road leading from a point provides 50 milesof
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vest said trustees with certain "
heretofore Issued. powers a on the Starke-Waldo road went '*" hard-surfaced roads, which will
The total amount of the issue is and duties, and to provide for the use 'connect the towns of Brooker Jra1 1
to of the town of Hampton, .a ( -
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson spent and control of the general' road and TANK TO VISIT running '1 \\1
be four one-half billions ,fc ham
and of dol east to and through the town of (*)> Hampton Starke Lawtey and I $,
Wednesday in Jacksonville. other funds collected within said territory -
lars. The quota for Bradford county <$> Hampton. ', Kaiford.I :.
is 100650. SERVICE OF for road purposes.-Passed. A road! leading from the paved I I The naming of trustees was left to ,I
The general feeling is that we can ORDINATION REV.M. By Mr. Crews House Bill No. 88-- STARKE DURING A street in the town of Starke, in a .* 'I the county members of the legislature f,sand
not afford to fail our government ut M. FRYER To amend section 132 of the General (a northwesterly direction crossing ..> they agreed upon A. V. bongot .,..,.,
this time and it is believed the quota Laws of Florida, ""May deposit money 'A New River at what is known IIH .*> Starke: Dr. A. J. Johnson, of ttaifonl.
will be subscribed. All patriotic citizen Yesterday morning one of the most in banks of state. tho Connor Bridge, to a point in and A. A. Durden of Hampton. These I
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are asked to go to work earnestly solemn and impressive services of the Crews, House Bill No. 89- VICTORY DRIVE '" the town of 1 Raiforel, where the '*. gentlemen constitute the hoard., Their ,'j, I'J i. \
to put the county over. This should Episcopal church ritual was conducted the state aunalBance s to ,io Atlantic I Cemst Line i railroad in- 'a selection meets with very general mit- I .
be done the first week of the campaignand by the Rt. Rev. Edwin G. Weed : tho state officers amountnot .io tented Iho main thoroughfare a isfaction, and tho legislators] are being ; .
can be done if every citizen will bishop of the diocese of Florida, whenhe I exceeding the earned portion of I ,io* of I Raiford. m commended. for the wisilom of their '
measure up to his full duty. a Ref M.[ the salary to be paid, such officer quarterly I SCHEDULED TO BE HERE *. A rend I lending from tin pnvi-d .. rhntee.'I'he'Felegralh. .
For the (campaign dstct chairmen I M. Fryer, of Starke. Other clergy! and providing for the deductionof II ati,

have been appointed as follows: present were Rev. V. W. Shields D.I said advance from the warrant of ON SATURDAY, APRIL 26 ' 'sue n l li-h I 1\11'\ full text of the bill I I this week,
Lawtey W. F. Godwin. )., Rev. .1. W. Foster, Rev. C. W. such officer by the state department. I' ,* thh .* but owinlco/ t other l ,1I'mllnl111 our r
, Luke Butler. (;. Alderman.. I Frazier, Rev :M.[ R. Worsham and By Mr. Crews House Bill No. !90( WILL! HI: ONI': (OF THE l: me/ ; FEATURES : l boundary lino between liradfonl,' .' :
Palestine W. S. Croft. Rev. Johnson To amend section :M j, of chapter 450: I I. and ("lay ('OUllti(.". ,.. prnvisinnvwl l ,
After the which was preached acts of 895 1 !) as amended by section OF 'HIE: lll'lll OR
Provide.net. Dr. W. C. Witt. sermon '.' A road loading from a point on ... the roads
Rev. C. W. Frazier the bishop 1. of chapter 5S52, acts of 1907 as ..
Crocker John Shriver. by \ICIOK\! LOAN DRIVEAeiording : 'lit' Sturko-Wnlelo road illn southwesterly i. --- -- - -
Starke, N. T. llitch. advanced to the priesthood the Rev. amended by chapter 45777 acts of 1MU! : direction .1lit'1'1't .
the
Hampton A. A. Durden. M.[ M. Fryer. Following this impres- entitled "An act to declare legal the . along most '. 111'\111-011 I.J-I: : S 1.\TOilS
to iiifeirmulion given: in :a routeto the town uf ON: 1 Minim'.vr:" (''IJIIT'UEIII : ;
I Raiford: W. If. Andrews, Jr. sive ceremony in which five priests of I incorporation of the town of titurke, I ISrooker.Any 6'
Di:kes J. S. Hovurd.Neu the church assisted the bishop) came I in the county of Rrmlfeml ineorporut-- re.ve.-nl: i.s. River, G. W. Andrews. the celebration of the holy communion 0.4 under I the general laws for incor- Staike will have a visit, ("ruin one of *> after the monies above that roads may remain ,. I In tho II1I1t1t-; of locjHIiitivo; i ( coniittee L I f
Grnlmrn.V.. J. Jones. at which service the bishop was the poruting towns nnel l cities tin,! to provide the fighting f / tanks, those; "American are cnntp'let .. UNHignnif'lit\ Hnidford 1 ,I county Will: ,. tf,
will be
I to extend the
'1'h"l'l"a.. I IV.. Moore. celebrant, assisted by Dr. Shields. fur the i issuing of bonds, bv I said Devils" that did such effective1 workin used *> accorded a full sharp of the honors. .i f
rood nt Iaiford: .I in a mtuthwt"
:M. native of town for the of establishing Senator A ,, Tin' authorized and Itov. M. Fryer purpose / bringing the war te> u closeTtiM; .
o i iru i :en ore terlj. (ln-"i' .IKIII' Parallel: with I lieAtlantic .
Pennsylvania! where he received his system waterworks,,,, sewerage and the coiiiiinlteo on nnsi ellanooiiM ,
erii'H: \. .1 I ppoint! their committee tank will bo in Gainesville; Fridiiv, : Consl, Line railroad lo '
n.: < "p. :, d in m >at cases have prob-, curly education. lie took u classicalceiursc for illuminating purposes and to create .\ Aril :I'.lth' ; rind will make :Stark: "* il. th,' boundary of I lli.s spci-inl 1 road .. 'is'atiuii, .\1 In. ('I'i.iv iliainnuii+ nf 11'1 tit
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a'I'I.. :,iii i .. ,il; d ne chi. Where the at Franklin and .Marshall rolleire n"board of public works for said stoppiiifr( ',hint I thene"s eln.v :Saturday. :: ,. and bridle district, '* first Hodion of the judiciary c. y
and graduated with the class of town. ,,,, .. tee. 1I11ll\Ir. Green: i n chairman
di> tri, t eoiiimiltei's me not already I April 2lith. A m"'i. + e-f tli'1eeiinniittoe $>
01'n' ; : e-I I 1 the1 eh.i'rmen; are urged to 1SM1.! lie is also a graduate of the) : By Mr. Green ]House Bill No. 5-To in e-huriro of this I ln-i.ii-'n" of yroT4 (4. .a amy F4i4r4ei4 + "committee t on .IUl'lItllll1.. "
ninU,' th! e organisation at once and, class of 1K1I7! of the Reformed Theo-I provide hog cholera !serum and virus the loan drivehas been called. for" the In uddilion to this each of 'lI1l11lt.'J''J. '''
I b> ;'in' u.i tue.1 work next :Monday morn- I i" cal( Somimiiy, LUll .us'iPa.. In for I the suppression of hog tholeru in purpose' of definitely nnmi'K t'dHtes! < --- - I inlators holds inoiiihorslnp,' on 4'
ll)0! () his alma] mater conferred, upon the state of Florida 'i uliiih the tanV' will ill'e) important committeoH.I
' iii-r. em + uppei': 11\11.1-\:: -\\'III.\IW ; : ___.._.__ J'I
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The committee for Starke district him the degree of A. :M. The diocese I IT <' ,' towns in thin /.on', Bud it may 'ij

has I been 1Ii'olllt'd.:, It "nisi! .*s of the extends to him heartiest congratulations [T TED: WAR \\OIJK I'l.UHilJS; : I I bo" 'possible that son fit h'-i., elite wl! Married! nt I lie1 residence of (hi.: .1. I IIAITIST ;

following !members: N. T. Riteh and best wUhes in his future I IM* ele'cieloil on for Starlet than the onenamed. C. I'oppoll Friday Apnl Illh, at 7Ui:: ---
chairman A. :M. Darby J. M. Alvarez life of usefulness.-Times-Union, Bradford! eitUjns who pledged ] 1. If such is the case the e'hmnq'; :;
county \ p. m., !Mr. ,\I1".tV., liailoy: Jr.I to Hible, si liool. I It u. m.; morning erviecH :J!.
.i. M. :Mit' 'hell, U. A.V'Is.. A. Z. Ad- April 12th. to the United War Work! funel are, in dates will be given to the public.' :Miss Mao VVilliinl !Mr. Itailoy m in I Carter: I2\: m.; II. Y. \1'. U., 7t1):: ,of
kin I ). K.: Knight F. I-'. Stump Sam reminded, of the fact .hat I throe pladp' i From the repent it i is evid'nt that (ho scivie'O of the United States armvrttalimioil p. m.; o\eiiiiiir lr"IIt'IIOIC.01:0\ / ::: > p. m.; ,
Uosenbei, N. Stornbcrjr. O. A. An- District (Ju.ilas es are long due. 'I tune will nut permit the sotieling of
past lit fart Ogle-lheirpo, (;la. HuIK prayer moetmrr, 8i:::<> p. in., Wodncaiay. ]
dreu Jem. E. Wilson, J. R. Davis, J. Quotas have been us i'fn"1 to the N. Sternberg! the county treasurer the tank to every town and :Sturl.o: a nits'hnnie by trade arid 1 was one of :
L. Peek J. II. Ritch. several districts of the county us follows I is very anxious that thc-no. accounts will +o the only town in tins eoui.tv the first men in the solute of Maine to Sunday, April 27th the tvoniniperVKOK .' "J
omens' CommilteemenMrs and it is believed every district should] lie, paid! at once, n- heij: not whi-ro it will stop.[ Few of us 'hove answer the cull for volunteers. At will, hixet 1 bark a 'half hour; B. .
R. A. Weeks, county chairman will be able to go over the top in good only wishing to close his hooks but hail tho privilege of seeing ono''of this time ho ii head of one of tho mechanical Y. I'. U. to H o'clock; evening preaching ji
of the. Woman .' \.t..I'. > Libe-rty, Loan shape: I also to make u favorable report to tho these whippet tanks und, us it will bo departments in Fort Ogle ti> !n.) Them! hours will then prevail rj t
Committee, has appointed district Lawtey $11,200. I, state of&r.R I I manned by experts it will be one of thorpe. Miss Willard is the daughterof for the Hummer. I'ho service on t ,
chairmen as follows: Luke Butler $17,300. C. Weidler, of .Jat-ksou--llo! the most interesting sights to be seer Mr. and I\rK.! A. Willard, who live Wednesday, evenings will continuo at ,
Stark.!' Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Palestine, $1.000.Providence I sistant state director! of coll-ctiors! in connection with this loan. northeast of Sturko. Tho young couple HO::| until further notice. ;
Lawtey, Mrs. Louis H. Hill. 7000. was in Starke this week checking 1'p The tank will be trnnsrortl'd from will spend Home time in till vicinity The church holds, pledges, to the t .
Lake Duller, !Mrs. Seeber King. Brooker, fi,500./ the county about $4.'i',1' / airear!. town to town by be run of Starke, after which Mr. Bail- , (
Kaiford Mrs. II. W. Raiford. Starke, $27,100.Hampton "This money which was pledgee!," said through the towns under its own power. ey will return to his post of duty. lie vile-innsrhos' ,, I

Brooker, Mrs. John Shriver. 4900. Mr. Weidler, "is badly reedfl.o( expects to be discharged l about Juno will kindly leave the amount they nubscribed .
Dukes. Mrs. H. S. Miller. Raiford. 10500. .still have two million boys overseas I j -- -- 1st, and he will then embark in buni- at J. !I"*. Kickliter'u before the
Hampton Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Worthington 6100. who stand more in need 1 of aid such at: 'I !MOONSHINERS KOUNIIKD) : UP! floss for himself in his line in Miami. 2'lrd:: inxt.Mr. .
These chairmen are expected to organize New River 2150. I this money can give than when the The many friends of Mr. and Mr*. -- --. ---- i it +

their districts and to carry on Graham: $2.000.Theressa war was going on. The government' Lust Thursday Sheriff Epperson and Bailey join in wishing them a happy and Mrs K.: It. I'oppoll motored
an active campaign for the success of 1900. has Raid that every cent Hubjcriht-d Deputy Baisden arrested Mrs. E.: B. and prosperous'" life. over to Lake Butler yesterday

the vietory loan. Total, $100,500. I should be-paid l. and we certainly; trut I DC-OS, who lives four miles southeast --_.. .-- -----
that Bradford l county wil make a good of Starke on a charge of illicit dis t It?
showing in collections.."' tilling. She was in the act of takingoff m HIC! a'a) >mJnaIWOO1ClOOjmWaImmmmmmmmmGIcnmmcn.me> !! >>.mlDll lJmil lmmIDI, : (
n lll t> t 11TlT tltrtuwwntWhat's Money should be paid to Mr. N. u charge of the fiery stuff when

I Tallahassee 1 1tptlitn5 county Sternberg chairman._or to Mr.. JO'l.Vilson: the According sheriff walked to the olliVers upon tho they scene.secured F News Items of Thirty-two Years Ago : 1

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Going On At I I the grundeiaddy of all moonshine ,I'

OTICE, VETERANSAll : stills on this raid bringing in the
largest ono yet captured besiele-s; twosmaller .oQlPfrli6Stp0itD m.Otp.NfifOt9tt)16fkfDtntIIp. .lIImOltinptp mOfQlOfGf@OI/AOIOIOILnOlAra10101GW1t7 '
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IIGgi'ft ffQltlflilR; if(6tlafa) ( lfltNIltl) 'Hi
members of J. J. Dickison camp ones that hud been discarded I January 15, 1HH7. county just south of town. i'
One of the most prominent visitorsat to abolish the office of hotel commis- No. 1617, U. I). C., are requested to fur "Big Jim" She was arraigned I :\1rs. (l'red Morgan and children returned If every man who owns a bit of r.,1,
the capital is lion. Cary A. Hardoe sioner.A meet at the court house in Starke, on ,before Judge Gardiner Friday plead homo Thuraday from St. AuKUHtirie ground. would K" homo and plant it to ''I:
of Live Oak. Mr. Hardee was speaker Saturday, April :211th 1919, at 10 a. guilty and was fined $100( and costs where they hud boon visiting /Irish potatoes or other vegetables instead ." ,
of the house at the 1915 and 1917 favorable report on both the com m., this being Memorial Day. i of court. her sister. . of holding down the goods ,f
sessions! and! made one of the beat officers pulsory education bill and the measure W. T. WEEKS, | Thursday night the two officers, assisted { The Telegraph will bo found on Hale boxes on our streets and talking hard i
that every presided over that providing for free text books ha.lb'en Captain Commander. by Chief Kite arrested !HarneyFursyth at :Morgan Ilro new stand on the" times, how much better It would bo
body. lIe Is now a candidate for governor ordered by the house committee living near the station oni whaif.I. for him and the town. A town full of 4
at the primary to be held a lit- on education which probably also will slderable of a surprise to others. I t the same charge. The oflicers found I f'. Webb' will noon rr-ctn Mit Fi iin F- ientlomcn(; of I Leisure" in the springtime !'
tle more than a year hence and sa11 recommend that the latter be amended I la still of the lard can variety filled i nn. avenue opposite the ri'Midoiice 'if just the time to go to work, is a
the situation is looking mighty good to include free clothing for neso.ly j!' Speaking of Mr. Green it i is be in.r with the liquid still smoking. For- III. .1. I.. Caskirm; a neat and cozy little bud sign of itself
J to him. children it being claimed that text- talked around the capital that he :M syth was released to appear before cottage. New arrivals at the lodges! (louse
books help little unless the pupils alsois contemplating en orimj; the race for the judge tho next morning(, but evidently And Mtill the street cleaning g;u's -Dr. M.; S. l Uennett of Michigan Dr.
I j A bill for the prevention of the killing properly clad. I I, !state superintendent <>f public instruction he bus forgotten about his engagement on.each' end nf the town striving to .1. H. I'arron: and wife of Louisiana,
i of sheep by dogs is one of the and while he door not -onflrTi the with the ")je-dge," an he is outdo the other. The Telegraph Ira's :Mr. Uerkskir, of Illinois, Mr. '1'. I I':. .1
! freakishly sounding bills now before If there is such a thing as a good 1 story he does not deny it. Thereforeit reported I on the missing list.! at one end but nil the name w'all. Kelly aid brides of rlcalu, Mr.! J. [I'.
, the legislature. It is a measure that prohibition bill. Mr. Bryan of Oseeola is assumed it h.:\ me f<>'utidaiior.Mr. : For the lust few drays the sheriff'soffice buy our grits, at the leanest t'nd' HO font-s, of Jacksonville, :Miss Mary Os-
is demanded by a very large numberof county now has it upcn the calendarof has had a distinctive odor of its' take warring all. teen of New Kivcr. I

people. the house It prevents the sellingof :: Watson has '1 bill before tie ((Wtl-more like a sour whiskey barrel Since the holi'luy are past and tho :Mr. Henry W. Kppcrson our giil-
proprietary medicines contl1inil'lmnre house to prevent the remnrriufro: of divorced than u r'sp'ctahlo!' she-riff's. .. oflice.Rr.KRlES Now Year nicely started the :Mayor !ant young I sherilf of Lake Butler! and
Two sessions a dny during the fir>>t than five per cent of alcohol e-- persons until at' :r the lapse <>f ---- ------ --- -- hits had a rent. from official duties. We MISH I.i//.io !liugg, of this city were

week! of a regular session of th9 Flnr- cept upon the written prescription ofa six months. This delay i it not binding! ; : BRING' 1"'IiCI'IUCI': ) ::; have a good :Mayor and us he i.s not uuirrie-d in thin' city at thu Haptist: !
ida legislature was an almost unheard, physician. 1 Iif one of the parties dies 'I.efoca the a'ra' d to li'< < n h'' .in"S vo ii'lvsn' hi rub on Tiie-ndiiy: evening, the 11th
of thing until this week. This was expiration of the six month I II I Ii | Sturko's strawberry acreage is very all the boys to keep quiet and or
the record l made by the house Thurs- Representative Futch, of Alachua i I I much reduced this' sca"in, but the The many friend of J. W. Hodguti eiif e of a mighty' host of friend* and
day. During the day 115 bills were county has ''ntroduccd twb bills intended If Mr. Bryan of Osie.iii, has his growers ho have berries have certainly w II find him hereafter at the store o' admirers, who filled. the church and all

introelured+I and a large number were jointly to carry into effect the way there will be no mum mrv: IIB, ',serf l by a waiver of the rules. Thoso idea of compulsory dipping of cattlo hide those who indulge in billit! >reU and the fruit brought $11 per Lost fellows in America, politu and! attentive the best wishes of the Telegraph: will

so being disposed <>f wen a'l loalbills. throughout the state to secure tick pool at public places. ;i'A j < rate at tho station T he average for to all. always attend this handsome and well-
This will perhaps be discourae- eradication. I the season has probably not been less T. W. Sweat one of our most cncrjrotir mated couple. In this instance Starke'd 'A$
; ;;t'duc..d;;; I and popular merchants is erecting loss results in Luke liutk-r's of
the gain
ing to those who hold to opinion bill will b T>r vidin:? than $!a per crate. The indications ar'.* a
the state is already burdened with At Monday night's caucus, or reilly a heavy tax on idle la.ids in thisstate. that berries wil sell at fan-y pricesuntil u large and well ventilated store most excellent and exemplary young

laws.If before the caucus, there nroml.sed"' It is pointed out tha wcaltl-v' 1' the crop ill entirely exhausted building on the northwest corner of lady.A.
just
hit lot and will his large stork {
move boarding house advertisement
lively scrimirmre over persons have bought large tracts and which will be about June 1st. Growers !
the plans of the educators of the to be a right of speaker tern. It I are holding them as game preserves, report that there n at pllJ" "> of goods there "Good board $1U to $12 per month.'"
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do will be asix the position Chas. II. Sitzer, of Kingsley! lake, In those Starko boasted of *
state no miscarry, there expected that Mr. Green of Bradford \- some of them neither encourugii\ nor a heavy crop of good healthy bloom days A ,'
months' term of all schoolsin was formerly from New York, i. visitingin "Sons of Temperance" league and .
public I who held the place at the extra permitting tenants or their own eoi- indicating that there will be a rron of .
Florida after the adjournment. be candidate. Representative ployes to cultivate them. fine berries. during the month of Mav. tho city. Mr. Sitzer iit a bauoti'nl' evidently it was needed.
would a
session being _._ co - orange prove and is generally considered Notes from Hampton-The orangeseason
of Pasco was
There will be introduced at this ses WUsoi a rare catch but we warn our Is about over now and our railroad
him. At the caucus That some changes are g"in to L-e M. B. Hertong. tfI
to groomed against R. A. Weeks and Dr city girls not to waste too much time boxes
sion three important measures, one the floor ahead of made in the game laws of this stPte agent reports 1,000 ship
abolish the state board of teacher Mr. Green secured nomination: at the session U a fc-regono of Jacksonville spent the early part Belting traps. ped this season. Messrs. I'earce and Id'
examiners otherwise known as tho anyone else and placed in know conclusion present, but it is", uncertain just of the week at Varncs lake on a nshmg W. H. Davis of New York, has one Ulanton are beautifying our little town

"Flying Squadron." another to abolish! Mr. Wilson.to do Some this,people but it was cone what the change will be. I trip. of the rrettiest orange groves in the with a handsome! new store building ( 9r
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,, .5 I ; i tended, church; here Saturday and Sun :Misos Lillie and Mattie Sapp and I'
I I day. littleb rother, Cohen, were visitors ,I
,. i Ralph: and Vascoe Hazen, spent to Mr. JY.. Griffis' Saturday.
r 1 Sunday afternoon here with friends. Everybody is glad to see Elisha
,I 4 1'. S. Colson, of Pine 11111, was in Wilkinson home again, after several
town Sunday morning./ months in the service of Uncle Sam.
;Mr. und :Mrs. J. E. Clemons spent Richard' Griffis and son, Ervin, and J
\part of last week in Gainesville, the grandchildren, Odessa and Lenize,
J guests of relatives I were visiting. at J. W. Griffis': Sun- l'
:Miss :\J'rtaIol''an: spent the weekend
J .A MESSAGE ABOUT with her sister, :Mrs. L. demons. day.We are sorry to report that :Mrs.
Abe Crosby spent Saturday night Laura Chester" is still very sick.We
with Pitt Baxter. hope for her a speedy recovery.
i Little Evelyn lazes:< is on the sick Robert Griffis was visiting at J.
\ list but we hope her a speedy recovery. W. Griffis' Thursday evening.Schellie i
: : Rosier und, niece, :Miss Doris -
Edwin and Beaty Cunningham attended were "shopping in Lawtey Wednesday -
ADVERTiSING 4 4 church here Sunday night. evening.
E. T. !Stewart spent Sunday herewith Jeff Griffis was in Lawtey Wednes
, his family. day.
. I.. :Mrs. G.V.! Hn7.cn and daughter, Dawion G iriffis made a trip to Rai-
:Mrs :McKinney;: spent Saturday afternoon ford Saturday
here with relatives. Clarence Cannon and family, of
)Don't forget to attend prayer' ( meeting Highland, was visiting in this section
FROM THE
next Sunday night at the FreeWill ( Sunday.
Ilnptist church ut 8.TO:: o'clock, E. :Messrs. J. F., G. P., N. D., W. L.
''I r 1 13 Andreu, Sr., leader. und r, II. Griffis and E. F. und W. B.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Dirt Jowen left Friday for Branford Redding were visiting the Pine Grovo
' where he has secured u position.T. !section Sunday.
\\ ; \ C. und A. A. Hazen spent Thursday :Misses" Fannie Griffis and Victory "
. If" fishing at New River.J. Wilkinson\ and neo Smith, of Sapp
C. Cone, of I.avvtey, spent the passed" throe tli our burg Monday en

; : YOU are not advertising, then advertise, because week-end, here with his family. route to-I.nwtey.--.--_.- j
, I IF :\Sheppard, of Pine Hill was ;n
I \ GERMAN:
t."' it saves money for you and it reduces 1 town Don't on forget business to attend:Monday the afternoon.egg hunt orricKK LOSS) IN nsiiM.vrns WAR ..tsi J, 362.000 ..:.

\ und Sunday school next Sunday afternoon Berlin: April 15.-A stuff officer of .
, f SQ the price to the customer. the German nnny, writing in the Lo-
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J J. I II). Baxter is able to be up at this I ; writing from" official casualty lists to '
: show. thirty-two thousand' officers and "
EVERGREENEvergreen : more" than four million, three hundred .
'. L Advertising prevents profiteering. It insures honest and thirty thousand soldiers J
; April 18.-Lex Griffis I were killed, wounded or missing! out ,
profits and makes them permanent. spent Saturday night in this section, ''of, the ten million, one hundred and ,
II. F. Redding was in Lawtey Satur- seventy-eight" thousand who actually
day. j fought at the front.
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W. B. WlLSON.-Secretary. ROGER. BABSON, Director-General/, Information & Education one. ,,'

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.i i imnoKKU I IItroukvr Iltnokrr and \ieinity Thursday andKruluv :Mrs. Alvin :McKinney, of Louise. i is night with her niece, Lorenc Huzen, of BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
I visiting members\ of tho Boys here visiting at the homo of her parents fare 11111.Hart.y.
, , !:1 April 18.-Itcv. KiiiK;: of Pig Club lie reports! that Brooker: :Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. II II I.l'n. I and Vascoe Hazen motoredover Bradford County's Financial Stronghold '
t. r New River, filled his regular appointment bus the honor of having tilt largest John Shaw, of LaCrosse, was visiting | Worthington Friday afternoon ESTABLISHED 1889
lit the Missionary: ( Baptist church membership\ In the lilclub of, any relatives hero Sunday. STARKE FLORIDA
, . Saturday iiiul Sunday to (largo and attentive community in the county, and some :Mr( und :Mrs. II. P. Cainey; and chilI I tt. P.; N'ubb and son, DOKUII, were I ,
I '1 I t audiences.Mrs. of the boys are doing extra well with dren, and mother, :Mrs. Gainey, were isHors near New River Monday nfUn.t.on. -
I.. K. Green; mill little son, L. their pigs. The heavy rain preventedhim visiting! relatives at LaCrosse Sunday j' ,= ;, 'u' _
j'S r i i K. ,//I'., of Holt are here spending u from seeing all the boys on this Miss Olga I Ward, who has been visiting ]'I :Mr. and :Mrs.( G. 11. Colon i.nd son : ; =
j while with friends and relatives. trip. Among the progressive furmefs relatives at Starke, returned Itws'e; were visitors to fine 11111) Sunda I'
l : Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. lirown were in he met with while hero wan 0, W. homo Saturday morning v afternoon.Miss .
1 i t SturKe] Saturday afternoon. Barry, whom ho says is very much Wymona Colson and Virginia Col- I I Rhoda Thomas %v ,j in town ]
I :Mrtt.\ Newn Byrd und little daughter disappointed because his boy is too son, of Pine Hill, attended church Saturday morning.Mr. .
j i and sister Miss :Mao Dyal, antis young to join the pig club. However, here Sunday.Mr. I I : and :Mrs. A. A. Ha 's Lou ]lien<, of Cooter fond 1, were in i Mr. Barry is not going: to let this prevent and Mrs. U. D. Johns and little spent Sunday at Pine IM! : at the
A town Monday afternoon, guests of him from buying: better stock son, of New River, were in town Friday I home of :Mr. and :Mrs t;. W. lIa<:l.n.
Miss Pearl Lewis. with which to improve his herd of morning. Mrs. Clem Harris and daughterwere :
Hurry Edwards; of Urooklyn, was \bogs.1 lie says better breeds. and nore'' Miss Flora Clower, our county dem- in town :Monday morning.
in town Satunluy morning.Mr. feeds will put tho 'hnsr industry where onstration agent, met with the members I Mrs. C. M. Andreu and daughter,
I :\ and :Mrs. Underhill and childrt't it will bring the far'i.ecs moro i-ii-noy of the poultry and canning clubs Fay, of Old Bradford, were in town CAR
), of Starke, were visitors hero H..I' the cotta i r I Iref Ie the Wednesday! morning at the Brooker ; Saturday, enrouto to Jacksonville. THE UNIVERSAL.
Sunday at the home of :Mr( .and Mrs. boll weevil came. :'oIl'. Harry is joining schoolhouse at 10 o'clock. She gave ( )Irs. Baxter is spending this week
r, .. J. C. Cone. the Federal Fnrm Loan Association some interesting talks on both the with her daughter: Mrs. W. A. Tillis, I.
Fi. I Collie Weeks, of Santa Fe, was in and is laying plans' for makingan poultry und canning club and the of Bowling Green. Ford cars have become such a world
our town Sunday afternoon. up-to-date stock farm. members of both clubs are very much | ;%1r. and Mrs. Henry Sowell and children
Hubert Rouse, of New River, was a Prayer meeting was held at tho interested. They practiced some club of Cooter Pond, spent Saturday utility that it would almost seem as if :
,I visitor here Sunday morning. home of Mrs. :Margaret Lewis Thursday songs at this meeting and are planning afternoon here with relatives. every family ought to have its Ford car. jl
ii, Inez Abernathy and J'nnioInllde: night. to try und win the honor prize: of i I Rev. E.: C. Dickens, of Luke City,
Crosby spent Saturday in Aluchim.Mr. The II1t'mb'rs..f the :Missionary Bradford county. The clubs are composed was in town Saturday attending to Runabout, Touring Car Coupe, Sedan, I
t 11.I11111'11.: Irvin Thomas, of Coo- Baptist Sunday school wish to invite of five members of the canningclub business.We the two latter have enclosed bodies),
' ter Pond, were visitors here Sunday. the members of the Free Will Baptist and eleven of the poultry club. are glad to report :Mrs. Mar- (
1 :III', and :Mrs. Ciowen, of Brunswick,I Sunday school and the members of Several of the boys attended the garet Lewis and, daughter :Miss Laura and the Truck Chassis, have really be-
; Ga., are here and will make their future Dedan Sunday school to come together wood sawing at Harvey Dyal's Friday able to be up and out again. and of human life.
parcel
,j, home with us. and have an egg hunt next Sunday night. I II. ;McDavId is moving in the Bev- come a part
E. L. Crosby and little granddaughter afternoon at a:J o'clock. Sumner Andreu, of Old Bradford, {ille cottage. You want one because its service will
ter, Edythe Jewel Kubanks, arc spending ;Mr. and :Mrs. K. M. Hazen were was in town Saturday afternoon. ;Misses Uhoda and Reba Brown attended for you.Ve solicit
s this week in Jacksonville with relatives. visitors in town Sunday afternoon at Curl Lewis and Guy Pinholster motored the poultry and canning club be profitable your .1
the home of Mr. and :Mrs. T. C. Hazen. to Lake Butler Saturday after I meeting here Wednesday morning. order at once because, while production '
in LaCrosse Wednesday. :Mr. and Mrs E. Andreu Sr. I'
T. C. Itagan was noon. B. ,
:Mabry Harrell and Jieeber Edwards, is limited it will be first come, first
i with their B. sup-
II. Sunday E.
of Old Bradford, attended church here Tom Chastain, of Lake Butler, was spent son, y
Eldon Baxter, who has been visit Sunday night at the Baptist church.Mr. tending to business here Saturday I I Andreu, Jr. plied.
ing relatives here, returned to hi e I afternoon. I :Miss Tave Andreu is spending this 1 1I
,,: work in Greenwood, S. C. Saturday. : and Mrs. G. B. Colson and Bessie }Irs Dekle, of Lake Butler, was the week with relatives at Old Bradford.
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i and :Mr. anti :Mrs. 1. Sowell went 1
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Fred Hazen !Is relieving D. D' truest of her sister, :Mrs. Elis Clemons Leila :Mae Andreu is spending this I
u, Weeks, agent at Lacrosse. fishing ternoon.to Trout Pond Wednesday af Sunday. : week with her j'rantlmotherIrs.: FORD GARAGEA.
Those attending the fish fry at the Frank Andreu, of New River.
Oliver f
Willie :Mae and Cantoe oPine
t :Marvin and Lucian Hazen, ol f river Edd Reaves, of Santa Fc. passed! t
Thursday and
night were Mr.
of friends hertSunday.
Hill. were guests Gainesville, spent the week-end herewith 11' '' :Mrs. K.l T OHtl'en11': and :Mrs L. through. our town :Monday morning. W. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors I
I'ti their parents. Sowell, :Mr.( and :Mrs E. B. Andreu, Lester Pinholater, of Pine Hill, at.Orove. .
Henry Sowell, of Cooter pond!, wa;s I :Mr t.lovd STARKE FLORIDA
t Johns and! son and sis Sr., and son Ray, :Mr. and :Mrs. P. :M. ,
in our town Monday morning. tl'l'li90, : :Martell<< Harrell were in our, I'nrofoot and, daughter. Inez. I1abelleCrosb '. Tasteless chill TonIc
:f Fred Hazen and! Everett demonswere I town( :Saturday afternoon shopping. )', :Mana Andreu and Eldon Bax n.torea vitality sod energy by parUVto and "a.: JIll
1 visitors to Wattle! Thursday.O. G. W. Ilazcn was attending to business ter. rlchln the blood You ceo..nfeatasStrvaaty \ t
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APRIL 18, 111111. BRADFORD COUNTY Ttl.I: GR.\I'Ii. STARKK.: FLORID l'\.I.( : 1IIUEH

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: i, News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I i I ventures or he is a r11a11 er who I tended the meetingVednesday.. *

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i SHWMm*<.MtfmwMWim *immwnmFiHtt 'nuiu * : I .1 trait will bo able to place: the "bo'It her 1"1'c'ntll1: r. and Mi's.: II. 11. tltU ..

I 1 Live State NewsY.LNtUl,1..YIR.WAAn.N.MMWHLAMnfdYWYtlIRYnlnpYlfMMIq.1nY stories" of the lamented ;CI'on !!'Mur Wustlm r+' + IMM4
thausenIn the shade.
1Lv..lesae: Jon 's n ul motiur. :MifItco .

Stone nephew Frank Walkei
Told Our Exchanges. EVST STARKE OTES and mete Plorencoalker were plea
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Hunt Motors to Stuike Tuesday
- ., :Miss Florence Underhill, of Jacksonville 1 1rV
.V. business visito
J. Graves was a
-- is visiting her mother :Mrs
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Bushnell will now have her own latto, are under arrest charged with Fannie Underhill. to Wednesday.Mr

electric lighting plant, an issue of the crime. The trouble occurred it u :Mrs James Hornsby and chddrei : Jesse Jones, Itunnio Graves .

bonds to the amount of $10,000 haying alleged, when the party of men drove have been visiting Mrs. Howard at Florence Walker, Marion: Ogden and :

been voted for this purpose. up to a point near the Koon home and Oak, Fla. FrankValker attended the cal'lIival
commenced loud and boisterous language at :Stnike: Thursday night. '
We are sorry to report that f.iundma : -
The Morris Fertilizer; Company, of Mrs. Koon, it is said, started out Hornsby is on the sick list thi Mrs Jesse Jones was a visitor to< I : :

Atlanta, will soon commence the erection to ask them to keep quiet when one w..t.k. Sampson Wednesday.Joe .

of a large.; phosphate plant on member of the party shot and killed ouniiblood,: of Waldo) was avi"itol' -
land recently purchased near Burtow I her instantly. Mr. Koon then started \Ve are expecting :Miss Carrn lure I'nd.iy & :: '
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to run and was shot through the hip I Gr '/'n from Tallahassee, where .he t .. Il
I weeks. Ue im having some more rain now, .
has two
of Winter Mr.: Koon removed to Lake spent '
A 11. Klemm, Haven,, was a City but of the farmers needing
t has let a contract for a new packing I lui.-pital for medical attention and was The farmers in this section are busy,; mutt are

house to cost 30000. It will be built resting easy tonight, his wound not !planting. it. Wealth I 1 1y
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:Mr, Nancy He.isley, ;]
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of white brick with buff brick trim being considered senous. The four :Mis. S. F. :Morgan and daughter, here of their
:Surtemv: are truest
men mentioned in the foregoing of Mr.: and' I t 1
were Miss:
mings. Agnes, were guests \brut her. K. '\'. Suriencj 1i
arrested early this morning and, arc :Mrs :M. :'Morgan: Sundn)-. Tom Wasdm wen, I i
:Mr and :Mrs 1
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An effort is being made to federate being held pending fuither investigation I
:Mrs. Arch Harris was the guest of business visitors to Starke Saturday I -S 'If
the different religious denominations of the l'I'ime. :Mr. Koon ill a
her grandmother: C, nOM1sb)". ('he.le.KoKK WA" a visitor bGainesville '
having places of worship in Fort prominent Columbia county merchantand Sunday. Saturday'Ilitre ; 'S .
Lauderdale. The outcome of the I farmer and the entire communityis
:Miss\ Ellen: Geiger was the gues will \be, at Graham. on tin
movement will be watched with more stirred over the horrible crime. I Be Sure to GetS
interest. of Miss: Florence Underhill Sunday. : third Sunday, .\piil! JOth: at lit:\ ) o' J,
than passing
:Miss Ellen Geiger visited :Miss Agnes elude, an faster program and a verjnue '
I :Miss Juliette A. Ott, of Daytona,,
i Between three and four carloads of M:I years of age, met a harrowing :Morgan\ :Monday aCt noon. one Everybody invited to at i

cucumbers and beans are leaving death Sunday evening, when she was MILLIIJtClarence - tendMiss! in''
:Mabtl Byrd! who has been
w \VaiKhula daily and the shippers arc fatally burned! in her apartments in : I
weeks
Tallahassee for the past two ,
reaping a rich harvest. Both dukes the O'Neill building at about ti; o' RUGLEYSt
has returned home Her friends arc
c, and beans have been selling at from clock, death ensuing at 9 o'clock. Roberts and Charlie Kerce

$4,00 to $5: 00 per crate the past week At about the hour stated C. F Burg- of Lake Butler, attended Sundays ,, delighted to have her back aKam.Smith
here Sunday afternoon.J. Miss :Mabel Byrd, Williard ,
the O'Neill building
; man passing in a
and Ruth
Graves
Vinnie Lane Bunnie
The commissioners of Hillsborough car noted a man staring at the L. Brown and family attendee ,

: county have requested Judge II. C. upper windows. Surmising that some- church at Starko last Sunday. Smith Saturday were pleasant visitors to Hampton Wrapped to insure its perfect "

'-; Gordon to proceed to collect the bal thing was wrong, Mr. Burgman had George Miller was in Lake Butler Ri>v, P. M. Riggs, of Starke, filled I
" ance of $10,890.85 due the county the car stopped and questioned the one day last week transacting busi here Saturn

", from the bondsmen of James E. Crane, man, who replied that a woman was day his regular and Sunday appointment delivering three very condition in all climates and ..1
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sentenced to five imprisonment she had ness.Earl
; recently years burning in there that just Peeples and sister Miss Anna interesting sermons.

' for embezzling $20,000of appeared at the window, covered com Belle, who has been attending schoolat Mrs. Sparks, son and daughter: seasons. Sealed tilht- kept
funds. pletely in flames. Mr. Burgman and
1" county
Lake Butler, spent Saturday and Oliver and Grace, attended church
-- the mentioned and also colored -
man a Sunday with their parents, Mr. and here Saturday and, Sunday.
More than 3,000 cigar-makers work. man who happened to be at hand right! The perfect gum in the
factories in Tampa :Mrs. II. C Peeples. J. V Jones was a business visitor i
6' ing in twenty-two tried the door to the apartments andfinding
. r called out Wednesday morningto : I II R. D. Taylor of :Mayo, was visiting here Saturday.,
were it locked, the negro,
I atlr'l in Jesse Surrency, of Tampa, is here
enforce demands of striking clerks Burgman's suggestion broke friends this community Sun perfect package.
I day. visiting his parl'nts11': and Mrs R. ,
for electrically operated elevators in and they made their way upstairs :

all factories. The clerks have been on and to the front room of the apart- I J. S. Howard and family, of Pukes,, W. Surrency.\ -- .-
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strike for more than a week because ments, where a terrible sight greetedthem attended Sunday school here Sunday -
smaller manufacturers and! those doing -I :Miss Ott, every vestige of afternoon.Mr( :>'1'E\U.ml\: : : After every meal The flavor lasts

business in rented buildings refused clothing burned from her body, with : and :Mis. '''". O Biooks, of near weddingKcuirid \,
J but
A putty\ quiet
'. to meet the clerks' demands I the exception of the metal stays of Providence! was visiting friends and very at the home of Mr and :\Mrs

her corset, lay the floor in the relatives here Sunday.
upon f Duke's' of \\'ol'lhingtnnprinr:; (,
The United States bureau of markets J. R : ,
doorway connecting her apartment H S. Miller: was business visitorto 1 Ith,
has received a it 10) o'clock Monday, April
.n statement, Jacksonville to the office effect, that the acreiige !i with of that the of building:Mrs Ella, where L. (O'Neill she, owner hadfallen II Dukes one day lecently when their tlallrht'rIi: ,, |EII/A.; bennn 1 Pf' 9' Yy: V

:. of potatoes in Putnam and St. I The many friends of :Mrs, II. E. tinbrute of !Mr 'I'.1. Sugar
: exhausted. after to
Johns {counties, unoffit'mllv reported, I attract, attention at the attempting front win- Brown are /glad] to know that she is of Gainesville The bride is known allover
cent of lanfjear, recovering from a relapse of the the loiinty for her kind manner
was eighty-five per for
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sweet disposition
and
I'lugler lountv lIe\'N1h'-five per cent i water, and Mr: Ilumberston and the mumps.
'" and! the ]JlIst"ing district acreage nreported colored man earned her to the buthii Mr: and :Mrs Irvin Tomlmson of tan silk Georgette( \ gownitli, I'
about oighti-five per' cent I Luke flutter, passed through here iriii'' 'oius to matih The groom i.a isi
) ni and placing her in the tub I let ,
*>f hist year and shipments will start I the water cover her frightfully burned Sunday en route to Providence to visit mini of a fine thaiiutei and -:lh..m.1

betweenpril! 10 and 15 The acieage her the tatters I parents'Mr.: and, Mrs.. l'd \bj all who know him. f
This relieved suffering
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hotly.
haven district is indicated O. V. Brooks. A huge! crowd was pit-suit" mostlyrelituti. ,
in the Moore Good Blood
and made no difference in the result mid bountiful ,111111'1'Va'I Pays in Raising Hogs
about 100 acres. Total n
reduced to
as there was no possible chance of :Miss Janio Beillmg, who has beenattending 1I1II1\1'linlt'lv, nfterwaid the ,
planting for the state are given nt school Madison: spent the seivid
her
17,81(1( area compared' with 32,730 recovery week end, with her patents :Mr\ und happy' couple' I..ft' for tiiiim; 'sille,. 'I i'he \V"IIttil, 11"ld"f ''III"".? Id nmi |1""ii" '" o'IIi I Barturd\' Fow'r; of 4

acres last >ear, .V wend story of !being Kidnapped, :Mrs. i E. 11. Bicllmg. I I1 I where they txput t lo make then and fu-, liitli,'s .s,,IMI' "f' (lit. l I.1 I Kin.unI.Infill IIIHMII ui.itlinnl, liliinil' 11111'V,>

I Lacy Douglass, of Luke butler and t tut, i* humi Tln-ii IIIl1nfl'i..II.I"I Inn s m' Ann"uro" tune' a I htuited 11 in'"n In't' ti f bred, IIUWI!
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lit Jacksonville by three\ nc;jri-ifs nil 1 I ;
Quite a regrettable tragedy occurred brought to Tampa, was told to tho O. A. Ihonms, Midway: passed thru relatives; all IOIM m \\isliitig, ; them a Probably( I the. highest.. priced Sow and lulls.. ami limns" uipuliU- holding

in Ocala Thursday night. The policeVrdnesday :i.ijr'it: by fifteenvenrold I here last Sunday. I III lie ppy man'ie
facts as far as ascertained, are these Kenneth 'Scliaus, of No. 219! II Denzil) Thomas made a business trin I ::\' oHloH:': ,'i' sue WUH panyYliin' /t

;' E! A. Snowden, a middle-aged barber, Second; avenue, Joel:'lonvillo. Su weird, to Lake Butler Saturday. r IEY -r-_ tin' famous I O"IUII) ('In'try King \ you u buy i'at tit-, hogs; or ,\11il'llld
extract fiend, and I ( ( and her full liltii \\allull I
is Jamaica ginger is the boy's story thai the police ilo I hunipinn guru GuaN; fiom" iirmsyeni! \

for some time had been going home not take stock in it, out u- nevertheless I CR: .\ J.\il--- brother won the drain) Chumavrurr in"i'linmtrd,\ stock, and the

drunk anil I ahminghi" wife nightly. conducting any an mvcstig; ttu.n I Hayes'Healing I pionshii| .C the ailed' Stall's at valiit, of tins, ; taiinol uveieMtinmt-.

Last night he was more ugly than usual and have notified the 'joy's': father of :Mi ami! :Mrs.\ C. A. Dirt, of Hump- ('hit ago in lit"11'lulu.r and .Hold last 1"1. \Vi also have I't'ri'heion 'and\ j

and threatened to kill her and in his whereabonts The lad is :.;tying ton, were the guests of :Mrs Birt's. HoneyStops month fin $llM'loiM/ ; ( Belgian' Ilinml I malt's; bred to one of

attempting to put his threat into exe- with his grandfather, a man named }patents, Mr. end Mis. A. Lane. \Ve tan supply you at \reasonable the In'si :Spanish; Jacks. in ,'m 'ri'a.

cution was choking her into insensibility :Miller, who lives on Ujfalo' : avenue I :Miss ClIAI'lHI'hlish.. 'if .S'lirki';; attended .
her son, a frail lad of 14 A FINK I SPANISH JACK HEADY FOR SERVICE
I,' when According to the boy's story late the party at :Mr. James Rey ,
,r: yeais, geUed a gun and shot his fatherin last Saturday afternoon while le nohI,,' Saturday night. :

the back killing him almost ini was collecting some money, for his Henry Green, of Starke, was a busi- The The Walkill Stock Farms Company I :
, stantly. The boy immediately telephoned visitor here IttM ttM
Saturday.
told father, ami while in the eleven hundred ness Green Cove Springs Florida. I
the sheriff and to him block on Adams street a suck I Robert Groover was a business I ,

r I the tragic story. : was thrown over his head, he was visitor here Saturday. TickleHeals --

; gagged and thrown into an automobile ,I Truman )Dyal was, a business visitor t

," The Tallahassee Electric Light and by three negroes, who drove hurriedlyout here Saturday. The Throat illS S'lOMACII TROUBLE! : OVER LEMON JUICE IS

" Power plants burned completely to of town He said there were three :Miss Florence Walker was a pleasant John R. Baker Buttle Creek, Mich., I' JJ1'

the ground shortly past noon Saturday negro men in the car, all of them drug visitor to Gainesville Friday. Cures The Cough writes: "I was troubled yith heartburn FRECKLE REMOVER i I

entailing a net loss to the city of approximately sed in old army uniforms aiii that Willie Price was a business visitorto Price 35c.A indigestion and liver complaintuntil '
$50,000, insurance cov- each other Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. I began using Chamberlain's
they were known to bop&r- Girls Make This; Cheap Beauty ,
" ering only about one-third of the val- ently as "Red," "Harry" and "Hardy'Ile : Rufus Jones .md wife were FREE BOX OF Tablets, then my trouble was over." '

ue. The origin of the fire is undeter says they kept him under guard, business visitors over in Alachua If you are troubled, with indigestionor Lotion to Clear and t.

mined. Engines, generators and tied hand and foot in the car until county Sunday. GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE constipation give them a trial. Whiten Your Skin.SIJIIPPU J!f ,
switchboards and all the buildingsare Dade City was reached. At that pjml Frank Walker, who his been ':i s r. They will do you good Adv. ,

completely clemolnneJ, thjjgh, they untied his limbs but watched vice for Uncle Sam, is here visitinghis (Opens the Pores and Penetrates) I .-- -. --. -- the j ir; ;; t wo lemons Into '

the boilers probably suffered )but him closely until they reached the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. For Chest Colds, Head Colds and No Worm in a healthy ChildAll a bottle containing three ounce
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All public utilities Stone His mother and family rhllilrrn tniutili\ with worm, have nn unhealthy
slight damage. accompanied
citiens will be inconvenienced outskirts of Tampa. He says the mer him Croup, is enclosed with every bot colt,. whit'h liulli ntnfl i..... MIMM!. itml u*a of orchard whit, shake well, and von 1
will suffer and him. We are glad to see I .
stopped the car and entered a ho'ise ,' of the reek-
HONEYYou Tine there \In morn nt Ir| HH ftlniiini h diNMirlinni i- have u quarter pint best
wecki. The tIe of IIAYES'HEAUNG .
for several and when they did so, he bolted. Otheievents back again. (.HOVE'S TA.STt.IJ.SS chill'IUMC.lv| ) <.n riUuljrlyfortwoor I Itand! tan lotion, and e'omplevionbeiiutilitr
city water supply, dependant! upon in the youngster's Iii> led up Mr.: and, Mrs. E. T. Stewart, of get the Cough Syrup and the Salve throe wink will eorlrh the MIMM). lin at small cost !
is barely I prove the dig(u "n, mod, in' t an n 1.1; Slrrnlli! very very .
the power plant /or ;pumpi-ij:, to the kidnapping, according to his Brooker, attended Sunday school here fur one price, J5c.: eningTonlctothewhole Hyuumi Nun, ,.. will tin I 'U Your grocer has the lemons and 1 any ,

adequate for ;.r-.mediate iveds and )'arn. lie says he and his sister were Sunday. Made Recommended and Guarantee to throw off or dl.JI'llh..wu.llh...('hllil wl":! I t. drug store or toilet counter will supply ,r:;.
I I' the mayor and city council have requested walking through the woods not fur :Mr II F. price and son, :Murphy, tile Public byParis In perfect.health fliaiuut a,, luke Uk ,ixrhoitln, I three ounce of orchard white for j'\

I that rigid<1 economy he exercised several! were business visitors to Brookpr
from their home one day I u few etntn.. Massage this sweetlyfrttgrunt
I in the use of .vater until: temporary months ago and happened upon the Monday: Medicine Company MICKIE SAYS lotion into the faro, msol I) "

pumping urrantameats tan be same three negroes and that they Dock) Milliard was a business visitor Manufacturers of arniH and liariii each day anti! uea how 'Ifr"'kl"s

made. were carrying jugs of whiskey, evidently to Waldo Saturday. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic OVJB REPORTER 5AVS, and lilemiHhet disappo.ir! and ;

in contraband trade. lie said! Rev W. T. :McGuire, of Palutka,, VJOT" OlTSS" GOAT" (3TnkT how clear soft and, white the skin ben

Last Thursday a negro named Ben that a few nights later when he was passed I through our burg Monday i-n I THE FELI.SR WHO ( rumps in a little whilYes:! It is /

Bryant, died at the Duval county in the streets alone, they seized him. route to Hampton, where he conductedthe -- -- - NEVER OIVES HtKA ANY harrnlcHS.] -Atlv. ((97): )

hospital. Lawton L. Pratt a negro poured gasoline over him and set his funeral services of Percy Phillips, The Great I NEWS IS "'LN"HOLLeRIN'

undertaker, who has a contract for clothing afire. He exhibited scars or Rev P. :M. Riggs passed throughour 'BOU1' THEY BElvV NO + + + + + F + e' + + + + + .+
burning the pauper dead of the negro his lower limbs as places that had burla"t/: Sunday enrouto to NEWS IN THE pp.pe: t' I. .Mi: ; ,11. :NO'1'ICh .-> *

, race, went to the hospital and took been burned. "About a month after :Monteocha. : Influenza Tornado i iI 4' + + + 44 + + + + + + + + + p
possession of the body Relatives of they burned me. he said "one of them :Mr and, :Mrs Fate Prevatt attended l. I I

the decease.1 went to Pratt to get 'n slipped into the house after 1 I church Monteocha: Sunday anti I Notice j
I' 're'told that also :Mr. rend Mrs. Andy Sparks and Is About SpentBut I Six months after date hereof I will
the body, and they w was asleep, got into my room by a ,
there wit a h:,ri'i-! of $.5: fur ""lit't ...<- rope./ The men then took me to the children. I atlas thousands I I. |present my vouchers and final account
sional services, $20:! for embalmingthe woods and kept me for several hours ("henlty Pogg; was u business vm i- in I its wake ( and i w to the lion ii-o. A. Gardiner County
weak Ldkp
..tnIt'lt, I/xtlrsa rniiilitM,
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body and $.3 for hauling it to his \fter a while they took off my pants tor to Gainesville Tuesday. I inuciat'-d Thi phyui. .al forts of its Judge of Bradford County Kin, and
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establishment lie refused to surrender and put a pair of soldiers pants ant Si the Newsom was a pleasant visitor -
I \ n,tims have been batten to pieces.. ask for my final discharge( at alminIstrntor -
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the body until the charges were leggins on me. They then took m I to Sampson Sunday afternoon '
:Nature: needs usii-tnmi* in rebuilding of the estate of Roderick Biker
of the Autumn Youngblood of Waldo]
rail!. John DuBose, justice hark home carried me through th' wa red corpuscles in theblood
The
pence issued a writ of replevin for window, after having tied and gaggot I a business visitor here Tuesday I the system re-sturuil taking No. deceased. +

relatives of the dead, negro to recover me again They tied my head t.> th :'01. .E.; Robinson of Jacksonville was can be This Tonic by contamn iron This 2Jth day of January, 1919.

the bodj. Sherik Dowli'iw.nlj) I.t door and my feet to one of the window here Tuesday representing the Star lui Tonic. makes rich blood J. II KITCII.

serve the writ, saying he had b !en ashes. I grit my feet loose and started I Brand Shoe, for Roberts and Rand,, I which we all know. which drives; 1-21-f-mo. Admnntrator. i,1I.

advised that a dead body could not t.e kicking. I broke the window glass, ant I St. Louis, Mo. it also contains quinine and aids '.,

replevined. However, DuBose sent finally my mother came up but the I 0.V.. Caswell, of Starke, who Is greatly out the in malarial the restoration germs! of the human Notice I .

Constable H. E. Pattern to serve the 'ag was in my mouth and I could only our county agent was here Tuesday system. The magnesit in this Six months after dot hereof I willpresent .'

writ. The body was recovered and I snow kick on the floor when she asked what: vaccinating hogs. acts the vouchers and Hnal account .f
No. 101 Tonic gently upon my
at the establishment of R. H. was the matter. Finally my little Miss Flora Chewer, our demonstration .
bowels and rids life system of all poisonous to the lion. Ceo. A. Gardiner, County
Clover colored undertaker.Mrs brother climbed from the outside. agent, was here Wednesday and
up I anti l refuse matter. Begin today Judge of Bradford County, Fla, and e
I and set me free." The boy .>ayi his:I'' organized/ the canning club. They have and take it at least two weeks.At ask for my final discharge as a.Iminlitrutrix -

: AV-.ley II. Koon was instantly. father is connected with the Unitec I eleven members. They are Miss Daisy drug store I of the estate of J. E. Barton,
shot Reynolds president Miss Bonnie I
killed and Mr. Keen seriously

through his hip at an early hour Saturday Colds Cause drip and Influenza Graves vice president and Miss Alma The G. B. Williams Co. deceased.This 24th clay of January 1919EVELINA p

morning, at their farm near LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE:Tablet naum thicauM. .I Price, secretary Miss Effie Stone,,' Sole Manufacturers flAHTO N

Lake City and Joe Landrum, his son, Th.... Ia ooly on* "Bromo Qulnln.. assistant secretary Muses Vinnie'I' I i.w.... l-2l-6mo. Administrate.
Georgia
a man named LicktemHein and a mu- E. W.GROVE tUnaturt oo box. JOc Lane Limmle. Fog. Leta Fogg Ruth Quitman: ,,''''
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1 pnEKDYTKRIAN:: I hrost France, and here we have been . ," ._ ----- .
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J( 1 J iUidtj:: fti' ; ; fI111 a \ir sin. o. I um not u bit sorry 1 ..",("> . )oj"....?. i, -" .....I..........:, --

;" ; -- ', .. _. ._ ._. Hauler :Sunday:> will be observed, witn did not get to the front I guess tho I
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I appropriate services both morning Germans got on to our coming and
PuhliHhed Weekly, and entered aa secant of dress
I and, night.,: decided! that it would be all off with "The intimate article
) class matter at the poet-office at Morning. worship at the regular' them when we got there for I don't
hour, 11 o'clock\ with special music.Siili.lect .
Stark Florida. the 100th would have
Ahink them and
; of "The J Resurrectionof /
: sermon,
=- = '. Christ Inevitable.' Night service; gotten along very well together.I known as the corset which

E. S. MATTHEWS: :;, Editor and Owner. ut /H0::! will be introduced with a mu I have been building, ,: a railroad

J. C. ROBINSON: Associate Editor. "red concert' on "The Edison.: !I since I have been at Breist. It is u

I Appropriate,. selections by noted( narrow' gage road. I think we will of
singers will be rendered. A cordial if.vitation .- soon have it completed if there is i the majority women wear

to all. extension. I don't think ,
not some new
122' 4"R, I I. !2Qj C. II. ABERNATHY: I
before will be
it will be long we on
Pastor. home, although I would not I I but know little ab J l.dt"ilia
i u MrmitaarT.: i !'-l art !'. !J J -.- our way very: ,
if waited until lute In the :
I euro we <
-7-IT 1L2J3 j tk5 : MEMORIAL: :SERVICES; : spring.! The weather will bo warm'' S. Curia, l.IN .

:Memorial; services will bo held in in the Stutt-s. \ figure to the ideal proportion* I' i
617 891b.1112g ; Starke Saturday, April 26th., at tho Well, Dad, I have written about all this pertinent way the will:
( of its It give a
type. I
Methodist church, 3 p. m. The United I can think of tonight so I will ring/: medical authority ,

4,1516171$19! Daughters of the Confederacy, will off for this time Hope to hear-from Alice S. Cutler 1 priceless all-day c-. ..rvt.. It

'.I'I'\(' dinner to the veterans at the you some time soon and all the news, j M. D., describes the most im- ,t will) 1 jafr-Kunrd the wc.-rcr I

1 Bradford: Hotel. After the exercise, you know, your son, I.
202122232412526: tho-e b:1.1!: ..ilrnent: -
in the wardrobe again :
L. CREWS -
r CORD M. portant garmtnt
21j2829.o' graven will of the be veterans decorated.The in. Crosby cemetery Co. B. 100 Engrs. A. E. 1-'. I I of women. I i f that are often the "rceult cf 'i

f" ; ; -i- ,
; 1 I program for the occasion will France. I 1 improper corsetiy. It vill: I'll I'llI i1
be next week. Belun-aur-Ource, | 'I service that
published g
[ render a wearing
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t February, 23; 1910! II
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t hl'-n' we get brick roads :our.j RirCH-DARBY( Dear mamma and all: I warns Dr. Cutler. "No one t \ alone is worth the! price paid 'ii'I

growth will begin in au nest. A brick Will write you nil a few lines! to I wants to be ill, and when for the garment. !I
: : highway moor< ting, this section with I I have returned from u '
At ten o'clock Friday morning tho night as I just realize that the I I ) ;i
\ Jacksonville will bo the biggest thing women con- (' ,
in the I If the ringnt.1
of absence \ nc'.v
pos.,111
leave )
I' ]() day up ,
I that ever happened for us. 11th inst., Mr.: N. T. Hitch and Miss cf II'
:Mountains and saw quito a bit Btant wearing an ill-fttting { w-I
Carrie Darby were quietly married, Alps I Summer Goosards arc superiort I I
\ I lof France. Was in Grenoble, France, )helps I to keep our hospitals /t l' 4t,
j of Mr. :Mrs. T. J. I' ,
; It I Is just us important to make the at the home and whose of t.c r. r.t sea on, I.I I.
if f fifth liberty loan, u success us it was (I Griffin, Rev. J. C. Diggs officiating. 1 for three days and had! quite a time I I open they will insist on which! general/! acknowledged ''
for theI wore :
to make the first one u su''cess. 'fit-te :Mr. and Mrs. Ritch left immediatelyafter I and did not cost me anything being properly' I fitted to corsets ;
i i ore many obligations vet to Vc discharged : the ceremony for 'an automobile -I trip only what time I was in Gren- I to Le without equal in 1'1' I

, by the government, !art tho trip down the East Coast. 1 oble, ns the Government pays all tho instead of buying them hit or tr' meeting tic! needs of active
.pl.. least of them being the bringing, homo hotel bills and railway fare. The only miss." f fyt :: :
I 'j, of the men who are still oversona. If FROM reason that I hud to pay for my hotel womanhood from tLc! standpoint ::1

,; '. this loan should. fail those nirri would l. DISCILMUJED I !SERVICEFriends I I bill, etc., while in, Grenoble was that I III I of corufort, hygicix: ; '
. 1 We recommend O.w a gr
: fool that t they had offered 1'ieir I lines unreservedly
Government
I for lot of of Lieutenant II. C, Richard I there was not room in the rear and figure: 1 .1 rcvccent. II'II'I
people
u mighty ti
sorry will lie, glad to learn that he has returned -i hotels there. There was about I Gossard Corsets, the originalfrontlacing :
I
Tho-debts!' incurred by fie government home to stay, having. been discharged 600() of us stationed in a summer resort corsets, as the Our highly specialized fitted i
government--in nririoclion, : from further service in the out about 23: miles from Gren- -ice rclkcts sincere: I !
-our : ': Lieutenant Richard: went to complete expression: of modern sert : our ; ap-
" g with tho war must bo n<\d.! Tr-j' easiest army. oble where all hotel bills: were paid I
Atlanta and set all I I Gossard Corset of the I
Saturday to work corsetry. Every rreciation importantI
way to pay the debts !is to lor.n for us but we were allowed to go '"n,..J '
' )j money to the srovel'l1m"l1t. By doing, once. over to get, he his went release.after his The dischargewith war being down to Grenoble providing we could. is )hygienicalcorrect.! If a.j' j' relation a correctly fittcj corset -

'I+ t'',1 thin you instead will /gut of! a an tax IlIte receipt.-oit-b 'Remember ingbond I us much earnestness ns he entered get a place "some where to stay at our I properly fitted to the figure :.'..l'TS bjvirs, to your health, and '

the service twenty months nnd own expense, so I went down for the front t
TtYwcol,1
t thu debt are guin t to leI ago for which it was designed, and to tit! + pti'fsct: figure poise .:
the result was immediate action on his three days. Will send you some views: I 1
r'I by paid the]If other not by tho one method then I application., He reached home Tuesday of the place in a few days. carefully adjusted each time it tint gives the elusive charm : -

afternoon. Well, I don't think that we will is worn, it will mould that of style. '
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. According to It. G. Dun & Company I get to come back to the States for
HIGH SCHOOL 1'IUTKnl( :
' 81 I per rent of the failures off I some time yet from the way things

advertise.: The High School- truck team is I I look over here now.later Think but It will at be >> ;;,
I way up in July or any (GOSSARD( > COIRSETSThe

. \ however, nt these figures, for generally rounding into shape for the track rate we are getting along fine and I
meet at Gainesville tomorrow. The to eat and wear. We .
getting plenty
';. speaking, the non advertiser is
, not a business man and no amount of boys will leave today at 12:30 in order have got our first service stripe andI Original-Unequalled Front-Lacing Corsets i

' persuasion can change him to the to be in good condition for the guess we will get the next one if I.

i live, virile class.-Apalachicola Times. events to come off the following day. nothing happens. I am satisfied with Priced at 2.50 $2.7s $3. S3.50 $4. $5. 5.50 and more a
i but if Uncle Sam stay over
,J The boys are confident of bringingback one, says
:' Governor Catts refuses to sign arty' the honors of the season. Those here for awhile longer I guess that

local bills that do not contain a clause we'll have to do BO.
taking part are, Ray Colley, Willie
referring the proposition containedin Will write you again in a few daysso
the bill to a vote of the people affected Epperson, Gary Ennis, Horace Wilson excuse this short letter with all

by the proposed law. The governor Walter Kuhl, Carr Colley, Rody my love to you. Your loving son, STUMPS i
, t does not want to take the re Crosby, Harold Wall, Paul Carova. W. H. WAINWRIGHTLe .,
sponsibility for such measures It is Manager Dowling will accompany
' probable that most of the local bills the boys and it is hoped a large crowdof -
will be passed over his veto but this rooters from Starke will attend. Mans, (Sarthe), France. I,
if r; will consume time and create more or March 5, 1919. I', .

less friction between the legislative Maj. E. S Matthews,
I anj executive brunches of the state Starke, Flu.

c government.. [ Soldier Letters. ] No doubt you will be surprised to &
' -- receive a letter from me, but I feel
m.B
TIIK: .NEWSPAPERS': ( TROUBLES:
1t1 I that I must have some friends in ii
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of of I The Telegraph. is in receipt of the good, old Bradford county that some L l f :" 7c r : ,
The increased cost production
letter from I'vt. W M. think of and wonder
following times might me '
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' mnny' of] to the the things happiness which, well are indispensable being- Phillips, Co. B. llRth' Engrs.: of Theresa what has become of me. I will kind l I A 1 I \\i' 4 f !I 'JJ{ ,1

1 Fin., now in Camp Etat, France ly ask if you have space in your Telecruph ; ,
nnd instruction of tho public is asgrave ,
that
the increased : This young man enclosed a picture of|I to copy these few lines,
11 problem as a husky bunch of railroaders, ho being they might know of my wherabouts.
coot of living. The war is largely responsible ; the and said, that when '! I will give a few detail of my- T 1\ i ii f
among/ group j you ) \ \ -l ,
for has taken I It \ 1 \
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of (
course
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t : he returned to the States ho wouldho I, elf., I sailed, from Ne\y York Oct. 10, 4'/ h ,. JK''L if.
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numbers of from their J & cr ,,
'. largo men ordirnry : r'.J : r t d"j; t.I'rn t.
, able to give a lecture on railroading 1)18!) We had n very nice vOYl- O 6: Q, \ .
vocations' and has generally over there. across\ the pond.Ve sailed aboard the / /1-0 r'...In t -..0 Itrat Flnee Ilmz f' test final n.' dislocated production and { second best ship afloat, made the tripin 1Wemuart S.m./SawN r'wi..rats bhur'lAuu, J"yyrt taUSWa' :; halts' !:; w /Waud Cor.Lwa 4 V"
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ment mid these are slow in 'mploy-j Mr. K.: S, :Matthews and landed in Southhamp- ,_, ....,.- """ ) I
six days -:-'.:--- --- ::: -==- 1o::.; j1
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r to normal or pro-war ( . po- ,, 'iF. - t,; ::
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to f
hike Fla. nl'lnIlJ1fe (
I Mn. l': + were t
bran', I lv>s of industry. have suffered, -
:? ) : train a i.w- weeks in England: but 1'- ---- -- ..- .-
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I railroad-ing business was picking up on the front, ..-e'k'irs.' Truman Futch and childrenf ping in town Paturday.
this but
) trade, with which the production hard to read you must excuse -
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rt so we were ordered to France at once. for I have Lop-ibur-r.. 'I h.: I'-i'itist Young People's Union
of is most concerned. bad writing just returned -
newspapers : over hero in sunny I-Vunuo I betit f We were only in England: 21 hOI r'!. Was there rOM l)ell)(> snent Saturday night iero iMi'i'itfully. ; entertained nt theme, '
twoV'l.lm
\'' The rlmmi-hod! supplies: of pulp dim ill moro like cloudy )France than We landed in Le Ilarve France, at ,1 (from hospital with :Mar-u1' [Do'I,le nt K.vo :Mile1.Dr. ; liotno of XIr. and :lit.". C. II. Register "
to the \vr.r draft upon the sturdy I I { \ I and! am 1 pretty nervous. C. B. :Mnrshbiirn returned to his 'nU.rday evening. Many games were .
Franco loaded in'1 1F'em'h
sunny :c sit riins I'ell'IIOllt I Ir a. m., Oit. :2li and l there we Bradford, .. .
manhood engaged in the fore I trust that the people of whii'h t'v' '
after
spruce I home at BonifnyIonday: afternoon, f: vo :
nil the rode fifteen
tine \\ ,
nail
e! are hty.n., to got box caM invited .
. t-i nrd. mills. naturally./ led to a largo: back | th,1' I are doiii nicely: and that 1 may someday niter n rl"isnnt "'fa" with his 'nor -"t., to partake of the chMenn and
increase in the price of printing: paper onn. I received a cony of hours standing up so crowded we ' return and plant my hob-nail' Mr. and'] :Mrs. J. Marshburn.. Wh'ljhcv rice which had been coo.1) 1 for t:1':, '

Lt There only be n reduction to the, normal dear old Bradford f'nuitv Telepruphan could not sit down. Then we landedin shoes on the streets of dear old Starkeonce I li" m toroj over to the county tasion.; ( :
It. in the test of by nod by, I I I I never stoiip until I foun 1 my Le !Mans, France, and went through, more. site Saturday. 'and :Mrs.. Register's hnm' the pluca \

.. but the 1 tine. for this paper! has not ( friend imn'iA'ht, and we sit down I what is known as the mill and were Trusting that? you and family are 1'1 ri"'ut-n'ri' motored over to !Fapp" to enjoy themselves.: l The I Baptist 1 un-
yet I and road the good old news in and, -i fully equipped for tho front. Thereour I I is Wednesday, morning.Mrs. ion f fs growing in service as wI'll1S
and! that the
(come at least so the print well Telograph progressing
say paper around Starke. It did, make us fell I Division, tho 31st, known as tho than?. in L). W. )liorum is on the sick membership and, we trust much pl a.-
manufacturers. ni"I'Ian,1 ing:
you
I rood, but a little home sick after-1 Dixie Division was split up and We : list this week. ure is ahead for these noble young;
t b: l 11" I At tho same time the cost of printing I wards. I am sending you a photograph were classed as casuals to fill in on I ac'Tance for publishing,: this epistle, I A. E. Proctor made a business call people
has am yours very respectfully, to !': | Carrie Belle Brown and brother
t : machinery \astly increased of railroad re.1 I move Sapp Tuesday.Ellsworth
us men over h the front. Then we began to ;
' MECH. WILEY WAINRIGIIT: and with home
there Harper visited friends in spent Saturday Sunday
J and indications
nro no of
an When I got back I can make a good to the front and by the 7th of November 1
folks Miller.
at : [
f pJ! early f reversion to prices in Co. F. llSth Engrs., Camp Etat. A. P. Johnstown and Raiford.
pre-war ; speech on railroading over hero as believe me, we were close Annie Belle Peeples the weekend
fact would O. 762, A. E. F.LAKE. We are glad to note that Gene Sh'l.lar { spent -
I they appear to be rising it is the old stple link and pin. Hoping enough to hear those toy pistols has been discharged from the ser 1 with her parents. -

,\I' i rather than falling. Finally comes every body's well. Yours respect- cracking, and if the Armistice had BUTLER vice and passed through Lake Butler | Marcus Dekle spent the week-end
1 the question' of wages, which have fully, not been signed the llth, I would have Tuesday afternoon enroute for his at his home at Five Mile.
boon vastly! enhanced us the result home Providence. Mrs. P. P. Dekle spent Saturday
W. M. PHILLIPS. been trying my trusty Eudfield rifleThl.'u I.ake Butler 18 -D. W. Bo- at I'
ill I of the increased! cost of living andas April Miss Minnie Moore has returned to in Lake Butler. She was accompaniedhome
we stayed around Yore Lepolin, rum, Jr. is convalescent at this writ I
to which there few her in Palatka after by her baby son, Julian, who
are hopes of reduction homA a pleasantstay
Brest France Feb. stables and
1919. in barns
22
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sleeping cow any ing. 1
I I had the week with his .
owing to the incessant and with her cousin! Ada Register.Mr. spent grandparents -
increasing demands of Mr. F. M Crews, where we could, eating corn beef and William Roberts was in town Sat. and Mrs. Harrell spent Satur- .
a starving Highland, Fin hard tack to beat the band.-and rain urday.Mr. I
day and Sunday with relatives in Val- Miss lUrshall Proctor returned to
Europe, as well as the difficulty of Dear Dad: I will take pleasure in ing daily. So many heavy explosionsit : and Mrs. Ceo. Johnston were dosta. I her home Saturday after a week's y

lowering wages once they are raised.! writing you a few lines to let you hasn't stopped raining yet. trading in town Saturday. I IVe are glad to chonicle the Improve. visit in Starke with her brother and

., !Materials of all kinds connected with hear from me. I am well and getting On December 1st I was transferredto John Croft, of Suwannee county, ment of :Mrs. W. C. Townsend, who family, :Mr. and :Mrs T. D. Proctor.
t the printing and publishing industryare along fine. Dad, I haven't writtenyou Railroad Transportation Corps. My brother of :Mrs. George Alderman, has been quite ill for several days :Mrs. II. J. Stewart returned to her

rising,: rather than falling,: and the since I have been over here, so Headquarters, are now Le Mans, a passed through: Lake Butler! Tuesday Purvis Mott and wife left for Pa- home after a pleasant visit in 'fam- i
burden has been mainly upon the I will take the time I about afternoon enroute for his home near latka Sunday: after a stay with :Mr. pa. St. Petersburg and Williston.
to write to nice little town of eighty,:
II shoulders of the publishers.-New you ': very Brnnford. nn,| "f-. ,...'-., M" t. Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, of Starke. mo-
York HeraM. night. I have traveled a good bit; it1.thousand, and we are operating real The following: registered:( at the Edgar A. E. Proctor returned home Friday tored over to Lake Butler :Monday.
would be hard to tell you how this 'I| American trains on the French roads Hotel first of the week: :Mr. F. ni" it after a week's stay in St. Pet Oscar Strickland who is in the

MRS! PRICK FNTEKTUXS:: ; ;( : ; country is unless you could see it. You I under the French rules. It was just II. Weeks. Atlanta (:ia., A. Watson ersburg.Littl I training: camps spent Sunday and
ought to see Scotland; it is the finest'I like learning 'a new trade for their Jacksonville, O. Watra. Jacksonville Ella Mae Strickland is ill at Monday with his brother A C. Strick. .1
.l t l RED:l fltOSS WORKERS: country I have seen. We landed ntGnrgow | rules are altogether: different; from Henry Loonel. Baltimore O. W. Or this writing.; I land, returning to I'ampfondy: af \

Sc-ot'nnd! and traveled by | the United States rules One pretty well. Sturke. T N. I.lm"aul'h' Storke William Johnson has purchased' an ternoon. His many friends were glnd'
At the residence of Mrs. N. B. Hull train through England: : and Tiding 'part about it the brakemen are good R. Ellis, Gainesville C. H. Burton a-tomobile and is enjoying the sights ; to talk with him and trust he will

Friday afternoon Mrs. A. Price gave through on the train I saw: Homo fine looking French girls. They wear Berlin; (;a.. :Mrs T. A. Quinn. St. Pf>tersburg of Lake Butler and its surroundings.P. I soon bo home for good.R. .
!Mrs. J. T. I'opp. Jacksonville. W. Borum has moved his cars to L. Davis. of Five Mile, was in
delightful social affair I than lev.,. bloomers black little
a country. rain and
the coat
hI to ladies snw morehoop: a of
Willie Andrews High Springs,, Valdosta. lIe spent Sunday with his town Saturday.Mrs. .
U of the Red Cross who have been engaged seen in my life, and rabbits, they were cap and the show up pretty good on was in town Tuesday 'afternoon. family, returning to his work Sunday Belle Ambrose returned to

,: ) in sewing and knitting everywhere. It is sure a fine country. the road. L. A. Rawls has returned home af night. Lake Butler Monday afternoon from
I' I would have liked to stopped over Well I can't give any idea as to ter a stav of several days with rela Annie Howard spent the weekend Ocala and left for Jacksonville Tues
Mesdames N. B. Hull, R. A. Weeks there for a while if I could. when I will return home, but I guess I tives. We extend sympathy to Rev with her parents at Dukes. i day afternoon.

I and P. A. Scott assisted! Mrs. Price in We went on through to Winchester, we will be about the last out, as the i Rj""M in his bereavement Ardell Drawdy, of Five Mile, was Mrs. J. E. Maines has returned! to

entertaining. !Mrs. J. E. Futch, accompanied England and) we stopped over there train crews will have to stay here to |I Mr Emory Christie and baby are in town Saturday. her home after a pleasant trip in Tampa -
by Mrs. D. C. Jones, sang for a few days and visited the town move the other units to ports of em- r....pRtq of i*!,v. S. S. Proctor and family B. I.. Duke, of Five !Mile, was in and St. Petersburg.Mrs. .
sweetly, and :Mrs.. A. 7.. this week. town Saturday. : Blake
very Adkins, of Winchester. Believe I barkation. There is other I[ returned to Jacksonville.
some only
me, saw one i
accompanied by her sister Mrs. J. C. old curiosities. know'I' .f hn cn-ip. of Papn, spent Tuesday i :Martin Rimes was in town Saturday Monday afternoon for a visit. ;
old
We went into an Florida boy in this camp that I ,
night with Rsv. Pro-tor. :Mr. Sapp :Mrs Ida Parrish is
Adkins of Gainesville ,
visiting her
rendered,{ a cathedral, the oldest in the world, and I I of and he is W. M. Phillips. His sis (
charming, vocal selection j'I, has lust r**."rne.1 1 from Ocala where Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Strickland spent ter. :Mrs. II J. Stewart.
7: Mrs. J. C.: Adkins delighted, after all which I saw The statues of lots of old time I mother lives somewhere near Starke. |I he attended the postmasters' .conven- Sunday "'ithTr.: and !Mrs T. it. Shen Dukes, of Five :Mile, was in
with
a v'opleVe went to an old palace i I1 was just talking to him at dinner. Rimes at Worthington. town Saturday. ;
brilliant Instrumental number. The that they said was seven hundred He told me he hud just heard from I tion.H.. F. Priester spent Sunday with :M. G. :McKinney is able to be out. One hundred and. forty people passed -

n hnstess served her guests:( with several :years oM..., and we visited an old Roman homo, and a letter' from home is so his family.i again after several cin 's' illness. .. through LaVe Butler on the Pinal-
kinds! of delicious take and cream. i battlefield where the Romans Important over here. If either of u'll i j i i 1). W. Rorum wa home Sunday. Uncle Billy Roberts and son. :Math; !las SPC'1' ) from St. Petersburg to

I Mrs. Price will soon leave for her fought before Christ. There are lots ret me we dnn't stop until l we find 1 Rev. T.I: :McGuire; filled his mpoirtment were trading, in Luke Butler Saturday. Chicago Tuesday..

j summer home in Kingston,: Pa., and 'of' interesting things over-hero but it the 'thcr and toll him the news I 1 at the Christian! church their Mr.home and) :Mrs.Saturday Guy gave a dance. at 'in :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Christie arrived

C Mrs. C.! II. Abernathy expressed! in a !, I is rather hard'to explain; them as they) Well I hnvo net bean to Paris Yl't'l i Sunday.Rev. Proctor fill..1 I his regular np-' S. I Hendrix:' evening.Rev preached at the with Lake:Mrs.Butler Christie's Thursday for a visit!
'
R';, graceful; speech the appreciation felt really are We left there for the front, hut ex"O-t to visit it some time inrril. roirtment at Hran-ly Branch Friday,, :Methodist church Sunday morning and, i S. Proctor This !i. :Mr.brother Christie's Rev.fiat S.

for her wyk in the I Red Cross and but we didn't get there in time, so '\ Pn 'h man now is granteda Saturday and Sunday. even'ng. ( visit to hake Butler and he is

other organiutions. they' turned us back and we landed in seven-Jay I ave.. I guess it will be :Miss :Maines! has as her guest this I J. S. Green, of Five :Mile, was shop I much pleased( with the town. very
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.t I All those take the short '
} r worse in nursing; will please/ give
their name to :Mrs. R. A. Weeks. ItAC
f ii/I .lo not get here nan"lIl'dilL'; ''' ol. I'
Bits of Local )) I l.\ .wu will have to Rive: up! this work. 1
\V( urge nil women to send in their '.

1f I mimes-ut-once. ------ ..,
I 1information\
Men'H Felt Hats $1.00 tnltie-for i ifl

I I 2.19 at Cash Department Store.
"'. O.. ... .., a.fe T
--. M eke C.an7.N. Tern, I ,
At the meeting: of the Woman's
.L'1? I : Club of Stnrke on the second l \"(''dnesda -

.......,....,. .. _.", ..r C : >' in :May. at the le, idea ".! of V!:" f.
.\. :SI. Darby, there dill be a cup and f.I
Dr. A. I II[ Freeman.pent Monday in J. I. Bell left Sat ird,ly for Km :home saucer shower for the new club room.

a Jacksonville. I "u (iinm.silli, Gi, nt"a( ten dnjsM Each member is requested' to bring a "I I

---- I I it v, ith] his, ''''lta'\1: .. ('. .\ l J., XI r, ;i I cup and saucer.
MrsT.Il. I'roitor und children arc '
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visiting tin- week in Daytona. I Work shirts going at 75c atSternberg's. After jour Spring! House Cleaning

see Stump for jour rugs and mat-
Last week ti little :ion was born to I
Mr. and .\11' ting. "'
XV. F.
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-- ---- -- Messrs.' John Shriver nnd .J, B. Baxter ,
C, N t-'liii\\', of rool'r.Vn( !! a busi- well known Brooker weretransacting !PI'> Clarence M.ir'hburn.: "f Rnn1toy. \
business dtizl'nRt hursday I Holmes county, was \iiitnr lo
ness visitor to StuiKu Thursday. in j
Starke Saturday. Ilr. :M.irshhur'i\
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I !spent hiM boyhood; days at Lake Putter ,
Enoch Crifiof f I.nwtey, was a''
nnd has friendthe
andelsewhere
business visitor to Starko Tuesday i Special price on :Men's ('Jot h. In many the county who ro were' .

inff, O'eraJletc., Also Ladies Kind to see him again and to kno,

up Men's at Cash Panama Department IIits[ from Store.S)3); cents 1 Garments Ginghams and Dress 1 that profession.Ask hea. prospering/ in his lumen Errors are Ancient History ;:

Goods. Cash Department Store

Mr. and :Mrs. J. J. !Mel.eod of Law- to see the line of Ladies !Skirts .

toy, were visitors to Starko Thursday. !Mr. and :Mrs.! L. J. W'nn11': and. and Waist going at ouch low prices
is for the
Error-proof of ;
:Mrs. J. T. Quigley IIn,1Iis": Olga during/ the sale at the Cash Department ; betkkcrping just a* necessary protection jour money on .

00-day Velvet Bears. at Kickliter's. Ward! motored to Jacksonville Thursday Store.A deposit with us as is a modern burglar-proof safe. ;
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Miss Olga XX'ard, of Brooker, was delegation of the foJ.i! itut vounit, The Burroughs Bookkeeping Machine which we have recently installed handles 1
the guest last week of :Mrs. J. T. i' Men's $1.00 Dress! Shirts Special I people represented the i'"ivih! iif HIM, I
Quigley. nt 7:i cents at Stump's Store. city at the J1al'/1I.l'hil.nh.'a! i. IIIvt>n- our figure work with absolute accuracy. Its calculations are done by }parts of hardened I 1
thin held nt hake Citv \nrH 1\\-1'lrh: ... .
steel it can't make a mistake. i
:Misses! Audrey Snellgrnvp, n..l'a Piel-
Men's Work
Pants, $2.00 Stump's.Mrs. Miss
Edwina :McBeath, of Jacksonville
ling mid l Doris S..nttT; : 'car*, II, C.
t'ti' -. J. C. Terrell> and children has been in town for. the past Hutchinson and II. tViis.n.' THc The operator feeds the figures into the machine, which makes all additions and 1 r "r
of two weeks with her sister, :Mrs R. A. party went by automobile, and repc-t
day.Hampton, were shopping here Satur- Weeks. a prent time and !show enthtiism; In subtractions QulomQlical lJ. A completely' posted ledger sheet or depositor's tate'j

-- -- : organi/.ed class methods. | ment, with every item printed in the proper column, conies out. .,
Prices Groceries
Kickliter's-The; Seed on our are
Store-Call Full line of I.ndies; and Children'sWhite
9j on him for the freshest seed. down to the bottom-Price a few Shoes and Pumps. Stump' i An absolute and automatic proof of every entry is given by the machine tnt th. j i

Miss Laura Brown, of Hampton[ i staples and be com'inc'd-C'ash od. There is no danger of a mistake being made in your account, or in the account .'
W. XV. Will inn
Department Store. secretary ( f the 11.
:! was visiting friend in Starke lItur- Y. P. U. and Sunday school work .of of any other of our depositors.

day. I| Florida, occupied the evon'n' ,\' h"""
.i :Miss! Alda Fryer c.ime on; from preaching hour at the TJiptist; Church 1.\
+ J. L. Peek attended, the session of Gainesville and spent the woek-end Sunday to the delight of nil pr"sent.| Besides affording this accuracy' insurance to you and to us, the Burroughs handles !

y Circuit court of Baker county first of with: her parents, ]rev. and Mr. M.M. :Mr. Willinn! returned Tlrirsdav morning 'I our figure work in about half the time formerly /needed. This 1 gives us time' to do I;'
::1. the week. : Fryer. to headquarters at Jacksonville; '
i -- -- after speaking twice in the chapel of other things...to improve our service to customers in every department of the bank ' 4i t

,1.. Mule Collars, $3.85 value for $2.50 at i Beautiful line of Ladies and Chile the Bradford County High School and IbY

Starke Hardware Co. i I I, dren'a Hats at reasonable prices at church conducting work.seven study classes in Come in, any time, and see the Bookkeeping Machine at work, -!' ;

Stump's.Mr '
G. B. Colson a well known Brooker
I
r business Thursday.man, was a visitor to Starke and Mrs. J. D. Stansel, Mrs. C. : MRS. R. A. WEEKS!I ENTERTAINSCLUB BANK OF STARKEWe !

| A. Mixon, and J. I. Bell, of Gaines-

ville, Ga., motored over to Providence
Georgette Waists that can't 0 I last On the afternoon of April 9th the
be beat at Sternberg's. Thursday. Civic Club met with Mrs. R. A. Weeks, especially I invite checking accounts. None are too large for our ,4..

I I Men's Palm Beach Pants the best at her home on N. Walnut street. facilities and none too small to have our careful attention. t'
At this the
" Mrs. George:\ R. Massey, of Tampa, going from $1.98 up. Regular $5.00 meeting club reorganized ,
Is here visiting her mother, Mrs. A. P. ,o values and up. Cash Department and changed its name to Woman'sClub
E7of '., Store. of Starke.-which will be a depart ,
fman. '
; mental club composed of the departments \
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Fine line of W. L. I I Mrs.: R. A. Barbour and;;; little children of civics; education, legislation
S Douglass Mary Angle and Loraine are and music. The Club cordially invite -
?
..I Shoes at Sternberg's.The I I visiting !Mrs.! Barber's' mother, Mrs. all women who are interested In the ,
I Angie Sternburg. above named departments to become
W. C. T. U. will he entertainedthis I members of this organisation.! F. .f, J' 'v
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afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. Men, get vour new straw lid A. Scott. Mrs. A. M Darby and :Mrs! ftVANTI
N. I.imbauprh. i I at I F. II. Long were appointed to re-draft P.
Sternberg's.Rev. .
I
constitution and by-laws suitable to
New line of Ladies II I \ )-One million sweet potato
Slippers just i the XVomnn's Club of Stnrke Mrs. C.
I ("has 1 II. ,, ; Nancy Hall, Red Providence.Tniiinph .
plants
arrived at :Mu; nip's. I IMiss Ahouii'thvpent: II. Abernethy to advise !said committee I INSURE
-..--. -- ---- Kriilny ;'n Jack" i 'ill., wh,.re ho attended and tho president Mrs R. A. Porto Ruo. Mj pni l"i"> WITHJOS. y
(;lud\s Imdiner; is i visiting! the' ordination! ceremony of will interest >ou. See mo. T. :H.
XVe"ks to serve as nn ex-officio E. WILSON
her M i i ,tor. Mis. Z. J. Roberts, at Hast n"v.1.: :M. Frjer.i Williams, Ktiirke. .1- a-It.

ings, this week, I Ifl.Tt ___ ___________-_ member -- ---, -- - STARKE, FLORIDA ''
\ -- ---____ _ I p.'d,1nle:; ;Next Saturday and The club plans to publish a yenr LOST

Kelly .Vxes.! Special at Sl.fi :Monday on 1'namtlwnre' and Crockery hook with program for each meeting, i iI GENERAL INSURANCEFIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILE
the work to lie done during the
at Stark summer STRAVCl-Two cows, one dark redand
Hardware Co.Ms ware and Cnhanized: Ware at Starke! o
--- i Haidtvare( ('o. so that when the club opens inOctober I one dark brown, mnrkud, crop''' 4

i IJ. A. Green: and I K. :M. ----- .- it will be ready for use underbit and under slope Kewnid
Johns >| eat the woek-und in Starke Friends of G. W. II. Carter, of t>- The mutter of community kitchen' fur ,information. J. <-'. I -
with homiMolks.Min's Wnteronk was taken up. and the Club donated Sturke, Fla.
) 'dllion, will regret to PLlPpell'1
.. -- .. -- learn that he re,ently suffered nstioUe the !sum of $'!5, from its treasury, towards -

: $.'.00 Value Shirts going at of paruli'!;: I this object A committee was "FOIL SAM: E\'I .//LJlIM. IS HOWIOM: r M1.( ) I URINE
$1.I.:!! Cash !Department Store. '! ------ appointed l to work towards securing
_. I I11' Shoes fur. the Fnmily nt Greatly: I a club house, the community kitchento FOR: HAI.K:-.\ second-hand wagon,1 i QUIGLEY LUMHI: : o< SUPPLY CO 1I'ANY ]

:\ ml I :Mu\ U. D. Johns, of the Reduced! I'rll't'-CIIh! Department' {i be a pnrt of its equipment newly repaired .1. !'. Colley, It. I I n.F.NI4 I 'f'IS,
Now P'V'r I "r' Hon; wore visitors to Store. Attend this Sale. I Primary Suffrage Hill was" introduced _
StnrVThursday.; the Club FUn LI'-'Ilikh: : cow, just fcnh. J | : t
: ------ ------ I to and they were n-'ked 'I'IW.
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Ar conference held !'un'Hv'= White Starker l-lK-St.! |
n \ mornIne to state their, stnnd I on the matter.After
Special-Oilcloth for ::1.)'> cents per'' the Baptist: rhurrh elected MlnnrhI un oxnlunnt'on of the subject -_ __ __.______._.____ I'j buntr I'll pt. /and l l I tninnnct sic'' 'h other I I Tllylnr.rr; 1 It: M N'mimo. .1. J. lirnnnen -

J yard at Stump's. IMo i I nrd l I IL I nw for pnvturto succeed, the under l consideration< , the Club unanimously I-'Olt: SALE-Tomato plants, $1 l.fi pert business ns may' properly. coniu before T. f.: ThiutoM, I L.! :M.( I llers-y, liarley :
Lllw.f'n' thousand. Perry I Dover, ) said meeting: 1
lamented Dr. W. (i. Starki;, > .
srs. A. V Long arid J. L. Peek || ---- ---, -- ? voted' that resolutions Intu1'l"or't !Pin .J-lH-Ht:! !I ('II.\S. H, ADAMS: I Kei'iiu I D P: Jolinson, :Mrs.' O. A. I t' I
of the be
measure adopted, Itc-feree in I :Iii.rindrv.' Jriffin:
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made a business! trip to Jacksonville: i :\ Quality Work Shirts-while John Johnson.COFFIMS .
the first of the week. IJTeinp I they 1 last--79 cents at Stump's.Carl copies to be mailed to each representative POli: SALE!:-Two good fireplace mantels I Jacksonville. Flu.. .April 17, JlI! I!J. 1- -- ---- -- -- ,
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j --- ------ and 1 to the senator, the Hrail-/ Call at my residence to S"I -- =
Plow Lines 23;; cents at Starke ford County Telegraph and a copyto them E.: T. Campbell, :M. 1 D. It. TKLKGKAPIPS: : : HONOR: KOI.I. i 0
Hardware Co. I Ward l was in Starke :Monday. be spread on the minutes of the .-- -, UASKtlb' ,
I I Ii I' enroute to his home nt Brooker, after Club. FOR SA 1.1'-7: head Jersey-Holstcin: Mrs. Annie K.: Ward, H. J. Norman' And a full line of 11 II '

i Dr. and Mrs. Ht. H. Ilcrloncr, c>t'' nineteen months' service> overseas !Mrs Chas. II. Abernethy gnvo a milch cows. F. C. Hollingsworth, F;, Lewis I K. D. Strickland Mrs I": I|i Undertakers' Supplies j

Jacksonville, have been quests of :Mr with the engineering corps. splendid address on the subject, "Club Ktnrke. ...<.l-2t.: J. Fier, Mrs. A. I.... Jackson, J. It. MeClenuj'han I i Automobile; Henrwe.. .,
t and Mrs T. J. Griffin. I I Women of Today" Mrs Abernethy G. O. Green; Mrs. A. C.:.1 I (
Special sale on Men and Ladies! is a most pleasing speaker and expresses FOR SALE-Fine Berknhir BOW, Dudley, Paul Engel: J. T. Forsyth, T.j I o Always on hand. The best service

1 Fine line :Men's Suits $9.98 up at !, Spring Shoes at Cash Depart her fine ideas in beautiful and! about 3 years old. See G.l, Burrows I,. Chanccy, H. (J. Touchston. II. at the lowest prices. Special V$

> Cash Department Store. ment Store. forceful language. at the Dyal! place 4-ll-Ct. Pnrmenter, J. E. Adkins, O. W. Bur- attention to telegraph order.*. ItK
I II I : I .
I During the social half hour Mrs. __ : ney, W. I. Denver O. C. Cason! Mrs. --- I.,
Mrs. W. II. Struth has returned I A. Z. Adkins rendered a beautiful FOR SALE-Piano. Write J. R. ]tale J. A. Bryan, W. :'>1. Bryan, T. n. I'm- Registered Embalmer jt
I from a visit in Waldo with her daughter Mrs. F. A. Scott was called to Jacksonville vocal selection The hostess served ligun, Quaker Street, Schenectady: holster, I... M. Stokes, J. F.; Dyes, W. .

Mrs. Sidney Johnson. last week to attend the annual an elegant salad course, being assisted County, N. Y., or inquire Lorenzi ,K. Davis, C. H. Gumming!"*, Joseph DeWITT C. JONES '1'

r meeting of the Florid' Anti-Tu by Mesdames XV. B. Harvard, A. Green: Starke. 4-18-tf! Bolt H. B. Wiggins, K. L. Griffin, Starke, Fla.

I Get a Si'k' Umbrella for $1 at berculosis Association! of which she Is 7.. Adkins, Albert Anderson and J. E. ... W. F:. Webb, J. A. J. McKinney, > Lem I tarmtnclltneaebnelncslameeetatnamt'lerrn
FOR) SALE-Two: three fine mil h
a member. or I| -
Sternberg's.Mrs. Wilson.At Brown, O. T. Newsom 10.: 1' !Duncan
this meeting twelve new mem- cows, good stock; ono good mule Miss! Mamie Reddish, Mrs W. :M. Red, ( ( (

\ J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville I Beautiful line of Silks, all colors, bers were added to the club roll. The team; one wagon; all nt btirgainIiricis. I dish S. H. Moore, K. D. Clayton, Nathan LOWNTY'S h rULUlK'S
See J. II. Stark
o plaids, at Stump's.Judire meeting Williami I. Varnes, W. Starling!; Kl/.ey: I
adjourned the
several to meet second
spent days ra( ->:itly with her Fla. ,I-J l.tt. i j FRESH I CANDIES[ ; :
sister, Mrs. A. 7.. AdWns. Wednesday in May, at the home of [ Keene, J. J. Hielling, V. P. Weeks, K. \
-- Wills and SrntO AttorneT :Mrs A. M. Darby. i< If. Weaver, U U. PurmenU-r, Lt. Wm. f t Corn.- To ;!><
one went over to Macclenny Mr" I'OU SALE-10 acre farm under wire an
N. I '
:M. Wamwright D. Wainwright,
$1.00 Hoes now selling for morning to hold the spring term of fence, IB i acres cleared; two milts! : : ., W. A. BESSENT '
Jr, Mrs. S. K.Ioore: Mrs. T. I ;Z.: 1
cents at Starke Hardware Co. j9// the circuit court for Baker countv Th" north of Starke; fair buildings;
business of the term was finished l in CLASSIFIED $1,1100.:! Address A. G. Green, I Parr, K.I: IJurnsed I, Mrs L. A. Reynolds '-11Ir.JOOI'/fIIJOJ'IItIr.'It.1fflCIrIllLIIOCJcllilQ: -,-; ); .( )! ( ; ) ; ( ) ; .
Thos. Pinkston, C. N. - -- -- -
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one day and they returned l home on HJ. 4-l-tf. lion
!Mr.\ and Mrs. :M. U. Carter, of the' Tuesday. .__ __ I Iou Gnffis: Frank Adams, n.V.. Andrews -
Wateroak section, were among the Ceo.: L Kelly, J. I). Randall
visitors to Starke Thursday. ONE CENt A WORD FOR EACH ISSUE. FOR SALE-760 acres black sandy Geo. F. W. 1'I.mfil'I.I.: J, !
,
Special Millinery for Easter Gone I.i
CASH IS ADVANCE loam, 4 miles east of Starke, on '
..... .. :Moore W. T. Crosby W. C. Kerce,
Ad..I. 'In..rt.d under this head ; ; ,
Best Grade Overalls for $2.00 at wear at S ern"'erQ's.IIMaioJ"lary toed bo paid In dvoneo. N.. .d.... ....."| Green Cove route. $10 per acre.Owner Sidney Strlc'klnn l, Ceo II. Fowler, IS YOUR LIFEINSURED
Stump's.Mrs. for ..n. In.or1lon. ....p..d for lew than 2SMllU. J. T. Zanzeburg, Grannis,
H. H. Lewis K. W. Rosier! O. D. Godwin -
:\ .F.. J. Fowler, returned Ark. 4.4.4t.Notice Mrs L. A. Marr, C. R. Sapp, ?
II. Austin was a visitor at the Tnfas'o"--' . r., \"ntlnn. was re-, WANTED :Mrs. J. H. Tolbert, :Mrs. S. F. Ham-
home of her Z. nrc'l *-- w"'-r<"". />f f" church for of First Meeting of Creditor
granddaughter: Mrs.
\ rirk, :Miss Thelma Bailey Capt. S. R.
J. Roberts, of Hastings, last week. the Mi.'lT'r'" HOV P'ldress at the WANTED-Small roller top desk The In the District Court of the United Ward, K. J. Lewis, Miss Ixjma Urin- I REPRESENT THC:

Bnntist is ( eit rHir.. rT h'h'nth"" "'' n* with the!Mr. condition fowler Corner Haberdasher! Starke. 4-18-2 States for the Southern District of I son, L. T. Shaw, Mrs N. D. Hull, MUTUAL t LIFE IN
ft/ inch Stovepipe, 30 cent val - Florida. In bankruptcy. In the mater ::;.
G. :Mott, C. A. :Marks. It. H.
of the co"fi Inr-rirnn .
reiuMifsIPs
'' of F. T of Starke Fin
WANTED Norman ,
Pine n'l
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logs, Jogs
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ue, 19 cents-Starke HardwareCo. I'd'lress' p1 tt1-" inn on the local all grades and sizes cypress Gress ; I n the county of Bradford district j C, H. Strickland, :Mrs. I. A. nllVIIr CO. OF N. Y., THE rY
drive for misnary. I funds and missionary Mfg iifnrenaid, bankrupt. J :\ L. A. Davis Jr., J. W. Lewis,
Co., Jacksonville
Fla. 328It.
education.XVIIV Notice; is hereby given that on April ', Y. Brown, W. I'. Ilyrd, L. K' Fdwur.ls: ',: OLDEST COMPANYIN
,K.;. I'll'! the iuid debtor! was: duly adtidiril Floyd Green: O. L. Hay res, V!. 1 K': '' '
Mrs ."" ;.n. Hitch. of :rtann fetat'on.' PAY VORE? Jn..t a few of I '' bankrupt, and that the fir ,t 1 Tornde, W. D. Carlton/ John H. ;:- il, THE U. S. } i iIGS.
Is sre-d'r t' .. reek with Miss : lowt"r: '! : ; fe 1 1'\' '<1. 12c; :Mealjc' ; Gri.t. 1''fc: Lord Repairing t:."r. office of the referee Iaw F:>r. Catherine Tf'aroIack: Addisr.n (;.
Fist t .erode compound 2e Sn 10' I lie ntr" Hldir., in the city of Jacksonv E. t'
: : Get jnni"; ;: u'-t-or K-t f'r I>ter' nt | :feat 2"c. Our line of canned ponds Quigley Lrmber & Supply Co. ' .., Iluviil county Fla., on April 'i'\ !S' L. Newsom, r'. S. Brooking. I j u

the Cash! U"1 :tcre-Full line rf (>," fr-''"' pst and chenne.t It town. 'i "E.r.; .'" Cheerfully Given" mrd'redrtors'I'J! at 10 o'clock a.utt m.',nd at, which theiri time l ('l1rlt"n, D. Woodard.! A. II. \Vi', .
and the best r1-'y!: to select from. CASH DEPARTMENT:: ; STORE. I may < prove I h
: i lainn, appoint a trustee, examine the liam, J. W. Grilll.i, J. T. James, HI'; :, ---
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEfiRAIMI, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 18 1919.l' .

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]i l'i {i Bradford 'County Farmers Clay of Hill the ,past April week 18.-was The very rains much Friday -I' BOOST your Home State by sendingyour


1 1t'1I .. | needed ill this section as the soil was I

( I getting: mighty dry. : Florida House ..
\' :S> 0'v04p <%' '$> 8' 006Y. to loan money to buys with whichto \ Filmy of filling the soil! with root knot, Mc-ssrs. II. B. Hudson and II. S. '' Mail orders to a

purchase pigs/ on the usual termsof and in the same Kel'tinnK'clv't bean Starling motored! over to Jacksonville

t 0 COUNTY Afa; TS' REPORTS:; '.. six per cent interest and eighteen arc- not altogether satisfactory, as Friday on business und! returned home Our Service has given us National prominence

., c months. time. The two other banks they do not ripen early enough to the same day I

! .. 1> 1> !. 1'. , 1> 1> 1> I ,y -'!" i iI of the county have the propositionunder permit of cultivation in time to prepare W. II. W. Carter was greeting his ,
consiik-ration. the land for fall crops In these old friend in this
i Holmes County: The movement of community satur-
$ for the first three months of tho Outbreaks of hog cholera have cases the grasses and beggar weed day STATIONERY
( I II
? eggs: FINE CORRESPONDENCE
: been reported! at Saxon Lawtey and do better than either the velvet bean Charlie Wilkinson ,
j yeur was fully 20 per cent greaterthan : was transacting OUR
j I !" I Graham, Dr. Homer, of tho State or cowpea crops. business in Saturday of the ;
last 13.V5! of 30 dozen Stake
i r ppp I year; cases .
lands where b'r.ttn BOOKS
Live Stock Sanitary Board, has vac- On the drier it is past week Everything in
.
\i' each were shipped 1 out of the county. I
\ I Tho the farmerwas cinated a large number of hogs about plant corn in wide rows, the universal E. H. Carter and son, Henry made LEADING
price paid
n average
1.1 I Saxon and! I have treated eighty practice of planting velvet two to I Office Outfitters
Jacksonville
I"''' trips during tho Complete
34 dozen $l.,8il.20for ;
i \ cents per or I beans between the i in Is
I head at Jrahnm. We have warned or peanuts rows past week. LINES

!I. Ii, : the lot. These better figures show and selcc-what the farmers of the importance of good plan. The distance given the I). C. Mosley was transacting business I Toys and Athletic GoodsArtists
t early hatching, cure
corn allows it enough moisture to
I control in
measures.I Highland : morning.F. .
tion will do for the farm Saturday
average
I r. with H. L, Stevens carry it thru the ripening period, and
have arranged D.
Lang made a business tripto Drahmen's Materials
in and bet and
( flock We are getting more Surveyors
is velvet
i in the Rising community to conduct after the corn matured the Lawtey Saturday.S. ,
ter breeding, stock this year.
demonstration in corn culture according beans or peanuts have plenty of time. J, Starling was attending to

' An / to what we consider the Of course planting corn in wide rows business in Highland Saturday, : riorn- KODACS Photographic Supplies
appreciable
JackHon
County. most approved methods of cultivat- will not give the heavy yields, but on
I interest i is being shown in the hog; bus- such lands the total yield from the ing.L.; Razors
'uthe\) attentionof Thermos Bottles Safety
I inesH. not only guardingiirainst ing./ We expect to ( S. Carter und son, Farl, was ,
People are
the to his method! of culture velvet beans or peanuts will be very
public transacting business in Jacksonville
)q, I the, (cholera but several vats their general much greater than the corn alone i if stock in all lines
and to assure
being constructed for the extermination hope Friday of the past' week We carry complete our
t are throughout the county. I expect the corn is planted in narrow rows. :Miss Ida ,
adaption Starling was a visitor" to
i 6f lice and l mange in the herds.
of the Coast
In sections East
1.\ as soon JIH the time permits toarrange some Sturke :Monday of last week. Engravers
Printers
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) ---- Lithographers
't farmer in the native weeds, such us Spanish ,
t Suwannce County: Recent frosts with some every It. B. Padgett and daughter, Miss

j !!it ;I damaged; the melon crop. Hardens; part lar demonstrations of the county to where conduct farmers simi than needles any, give other a crops much mentioned heavier growth above Saturday.Grace, was shopping:: in Highland Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System

Cotton suffered
j y" \ \ were an almost also badly total I bit.loss, and a large percent may observe the benefits of better While they have very little value asf0'rd I Richard Carter and, \\ ilbul' Puvrish
soil
humus
add much to the
they ,
I, of the acreage will he planted to cultural methods. | was greeting their many friends 1 in I.
''I, 1 More During the two weeks I worked in i which is particularly valuable. this community Sund:"" TN N.& W. B.O "
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, ;"t ; corn and forage being crops.made, for preparations hogs is / :March I have made 30 visits to far-I Under any circumstances, Florida j' Miss, Irene and KltI.Vllkin'.e>n
j are /
<:
soils should have to follow -
i a cover crop
members of
visits to Boys,
t : mers, 22 i wa.< the guest of Misses Edith ind ,
h-. strong. I Clubs. :Mailed II() bulletins to farmers. corn. The cover crop protects ,,"f'i.. Starting; Sundnv. I -

I !t Washington CountyA-: cold storage Wrote GO letters pertaining to my ] the soil from the direct rays of the Darling and; I Clyde; Carter were I TIOftfBy.BO OK 4NO ART STOfif. -

',. J, house hast been built on one farm, and I work. Prepared 3 articles for publication -!'sun and prevents rapid evaporation /greeting their friends in Highland ,'
in the Vaccin- during hot weather and above all adds '
immediately upon its completion three county papers. humus to the soil. Where these crops Saturday morning. 45-49 W. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.
butchered and placed In nated 102 head of hogs. Traveled 67 I Miss Pearl Pad ett spent Wednesday
hogs were
.
storage. A number of farmers are miles by rail and 230 miles by auto I are neglected the fertilizer must be at the home of :Mr.: and Mrs. W. A.
from other in
applied some source .
awaiting the results of thin demonstration mobile. Starling. ..
contemplating the construction Respectfully submitted, i order to produce good. crops. T M. Carter spent Thursday night

O. W. CASWELL, I with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
of a similar one if this is a sue- J. T. IIICKEY DISCOVERS SUB- / -
County Agent. S. I. Starling and family.
cess. STITUTE FOR "PINDERS"I
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I. A. Starling of Jacksonville, spenta I
t o CONTROLLING:' THE DUD-WORM few days in this community the
i Putnam County: Potato liIt:1: ; I J. T. Hickey, who lives about
I I
. guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs.S. .
far has ,
has begun, and the yield so two miles east of Starke has discovered -
The Bud-worm It worm is
The or torn-c J. Starling.
t been somewhat 'disappointing.
of the most-destructive' injects in I| a method of eliminating the use
one LV.. Wilkinson was transacting CULTIVATORS
has been between 15 and 25
average of lime flat wood soils. It is well
the State. In the spring and summer on a
business in Lawtey Saturday.C. .
barrels per acre. There are some good I known fact that much of the land in
it feeds in the buds, of corn, attacking B. Starling was a visitor to
fields, however, where big yields are
the when it is about j Bradford county must have an ap- !
I plant Highland Saturday.L. \ .
t ) expected. Iletter! pure bred boars JVJ knee suffers plication of lime in some form before FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTORS
well as sows continue to come into the high. Late-planted corn S. Carter was transacting business
1 I more than that planted early, becauseI good: crops of peanuts can be pru- in 1.11tey Saturday evening.
! county. More forage crops are beingplanted. I II I duced.I The best method of supplying
the insects more numerous. Corn :Mr. and :Mrs J.
I I are S. Starling spent
: sweet being
Early potatoes / I
I after : 1 in the latitude this lime Is to broadcast ground lime- PLANTING PLOWS
planted and more fertilizer being planted May Sunday the guests; of their daughter I
after the land i is
stone
1 of Gainesville is sure to be severely immediately :Mrs. E. H. Curler.Farl i
used this
r on crop. Several the
plowed. places
over county -
damaged. Carter was greeting his old ,
The Thin insect i is rather easily controlled I have noticed the farmers hauling friends", in Lawtey Saturday evening. I
Flngler/ County: cabbage crop limestone their farms from the
d last where it works as the bud-worm / to I H, S. Starling was visiting in this .
continues to move. One car sold\
railroad station. The farmer who
in the! buds: of the young corn. Prof. : community Saturday night und) Sun-
week on the N. Y. market at $10per ;
thus treated, his peanut soils is indeed DeWITT C. JONES
crate. There i is some imp'vivpment .1. H. Watson of the Experiment; Station oIa)'.
fortunate but the time i is
" in the water-soaked) potato fields,! gives the following method of now Mrs. II. 1 B.: Hudson"' loft Friday for :

. Some of them look fine .'ontrlllInkl': : n mixture of < goal| ton late to buy limestone for a crop .Jack lInvillL' to "spend' ( a few days with I HARDWARE
of this .
parts of powdered zinc arsenate or peanuts year.Mr. her son, C. :M. Hudson and family.
f : dickey learned from! a trial I
Hamilton County: Fields, of rensbeing lead arsenate and air-slaked lime, or :Messrs. Furl! and Robert Carter
lust season that Soy or Soja beans
The twice as much of the lime /as the arsenical business Starke Florida
put in for hog grazing was attending( to at the cucumber -
will make much and
ns as! good hog
,
sweet potato acreage; will be doubled\, ( may be U'll"One\ must U'lO' farm near ;Muxville Saturday
nir-slacked lime und l not lime feed us a good crop of peanuts and
quick
ns
in Some sections, and too ::0.\]p"> :me T. J. Jennings and little of r I
S the will do it on land that would make son, II
latter will I burn the plants. Dust
almost ready for tho field. Only about! :\1i lIl1t'uurA''IIS visiting in this
<
this down into each hill, preferably in nothing but peanut "pops. J lie( ex- ; com- I I
melons this
2\10\ acres Leill111a'lt.1/ to : nunity Saturday morning I
the morning when there is dew on the poi-ts to plant u much larger field of

year. them this year and he recommendsthem H. C. Curter passed 1 through 'this .. -
plants so that the poison will run -- - -- - - --- ---
to nil farmers to making "poppypin.l..rs. Thursday of the >
llrcvnrd County:Truck crops looking down into the buds. community past
a ." Time and labor are both too week.
much better. The recent bad On a large scale, n man on horseback E. 0. PAINTKK FKKTILIZEIl COMPANY
short to think of hauling limestone
weather held shipments of poppers in \ can ride thru a field dustingfour ;iJniney: Lang was \Mitiiijj; in this

check but the past few dayii have rows nt n time by using a pole now. .ctiim :hunday: moi'iin" ,*. Ia(*)k unvillr, Fl lorulaI'Vrlili.ers.

done much to better conditions.linker : across the saddle, on which has been Soja many beans:parts are of grown the cotton extensivelyin belt __ IllIII.tND; Insert iciiles. Sprayers, Poultry)' SuppliesFor

fastened muslin I bags filled with the
I ) County: A milk club is being mixture, and these tied to the pole so and in some parts of the corn beltas Highland/: April 18.-:Mrs. E. Carter ihirty year we have bren manufacturing feriili/erj in thij :Stalewe: have satisfied se.Somers

organized in the Glen St. Mary that they will be just over the rows. a fattening/ feed for hogs."" They and daughter Ruby, were shopping in every county in Florida,

;, section Hide slowly and par the )polo over may he planted in exactly the same in Starke Wednesday. Write For Latent Price List. Prior always in line with Quality;

each plant and not much of the powder ways ns the peanut crop; either in D.I L. Rigby was n business visitorto

Leon County: Sweet potato draw will bo wlI t<'II. the alternate row with thc be corn made or in Lawtey Thursday.Miss wards, of Lawtey were visitors here The Quinine That Does Mot Affect The HeadBUSC
same row. They can to
t boil4 have been inspl''lellIn.1 accepted Later generations of this insect attack ,servo JBO for which the : Winifred Wimberly returned Friday. r B.... of Its tonic and Inxflve effect LAXA.
by the Plant Hoard. The county treat every purl T1VE: BROMO QUININE: Tab rill be 'ak.nI
can
the ears of and if from two weeks' visit welcome two
corn, poisonednow is Thursday a Everyone was: glad ,
peanut used from that of a "gog- I by anyone without rnuninil nrrvousnvns ringing
t has or.I.r..1'r $1100 worth of while working as a bud-worm, ging down" crop for hogs to that of with relatives at Madison. of our overseas boys home Saturday. lathe: huaj. E.w.caovtSsignature onbox. auc.CARELESSNESS .
seed for the farmers. From Nov. 1
there will be fewer ear-worms. When They were Owen W. and Edward
making a wheat flour substitute. The :Marcus Brown, of Lawtey, was a
a 11)17) to ,!March 110, 19IS 1500 pvmdsof working; in the our, they cannot bo forage and the seed of the beans are business visitor here Wednesday and'hursday. !Marr. The Messrs. Marr have beenin :' :; RESULTS IN
of Url"ill\ the Nil I 5rre.I' .
pork ( storage
/ reached, by )poison more easily harvested than the service twenty-two months with the FAILUREThat
From Nov. I. 1918 to :March .10 I :1919: \), pea 17th their
Ry. Engineers and most of
nut, but on the other hand the beans
Mrs. II. C. Wimberly was in Jacksonville -
43,000: pounds of port were cured sn C'OVEK CROPS .FOR CORN: FIELDS will not in the field time has been spent overseas. Needless Is why we say "Feed B. A.Thomas' .
keep long
the I I as as on business Thursday.
same storage. _
t the Florida peanut. The seed of the to say they were very glad to Hog Powder according to
Velvet Bean and Cowpeas Are Good beans will out the Dr. E. L. Riggs and Mr. Will Ed- get home. They say that their dis- directions" DO NOT FEED IT SLOP
pop on groundsoon
J DeSoto The eek
the County of: past I I after maturity and rot on the charges look better to them! than anything PY, but mix it with ground feed and
nnuked end the citrus fr.i-c
i With very few exceptions, it is advisable I' rounIn\ order to get: full pasture Plies Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDruggists they have seen in some time moisten with just enough water to
! shipmet.ts from this countv. For the "
, to use some companion crop I benefit from them it is refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls R. L. Crews was a visitor to Lawtey make a crumbly mass. Then each hog
f \ boxes have been necessary to ;
season, 00,000 shipped 'to to cure Itchlnrt.Blind. Bleeding or ProtruilloH Piles
immediately follow corn or to be Saturday gets a beneficial dose. See full direc-
1 into the | turn hogs in before the beans are ( I itching Pass and can gt
bringing
county something grown at the same time as the corn fully mature. restful seep after the Unit apvUcNUtm., 'U" .Ole Newton Sanders, of Lawtey visit tions on package. Your money backIf
like two and, millionsof ;
; a quarter crop. Prof. A. P. Spencer of the Extension ed friends here Sunday. you are not satisfied.
dollars. Of this amount, aboutIfiO.OOO I I would like to consult with a number ila -
Division Sold
' of the College of Agriculture Sheriff Epperson and Deputy sheriff byJ.

boxes were oranges, 120,000 says this i is more desirable! in of farmers in different parts of r Baisden were visitors here Mon C. Manning, Starke.Douj'lass .
grapefruit and 110,000) tawgenes.: : Florida the county who would take an Inter.
than in other & Lake
| most states in ; Knight, Butler.
>.1 ':, that corn matures earlier than in any 'est in demonstrating the merits of day.Max Wimberly, of Gainesville\ W. L Overstreet, Lawtey.A. .

' Alachua County : The interest in other southern state. The effects of this forage crop. The first year the Ill Women spent Saturday with relatives here. D. Andrews Raiford.J .
, r poultry raising/ both for egg* and for these beans are grown on tho land it is: necessary Y.
r companion crops are: first, to The Misses Beth and Winifred Jones Hampton.-Adv.
moat is greatly increasing In this to have the seed innoculated
obtain a hay or grain crop; second to Wimberly spent Tuesday in Lawteythe
1 ccunty. The poultryn.o i have formedan add humus I j with nitrogen fixing bacteria. For a r Here Is a message:: to of
to the soil thil'to\ guests Mrs. L. M. Burton.
;
organization, and are holding regular vent leaching during the pre- limited! number of farmers I can scI Buttering women, from LIFT OFF CORNS!
;
; summer
and special meetings. A display rains cure the pure cultures of these bacteria Mrs. \V. T. Price, of "' ,
; fourth, to make use of the unused I 01
Public, Ky.: 1 suffered -
of birds win made recently on the free of cost. Any farmer in MICKIE SAYSEMPTYIH'
I
fertility after the Is "
corn I with .
painful..
public square in Gainesville; :More crop :, Bradford county who would like to ,
mature; and! fifth to prevent leaching she writes. "I got down
than 100 birds were exhibited. give these beans a trial will please .Apply few drops then lift sore.
by using up the soluble nitrogen.The with a weakness In 107 THE WASTEBASKET
I write or call on me at once so we lack and limbs. ..t
' most commonly' used companioncrops Y/OVLON'T HAVE TO BE DID touchy corns off with
:Madison County: Tho cooperative may make plans for the demonstration felt helpless and dis
in I'loridu! are velvet beans, cowpeas NEAR SO OFTEN IF SOME ofHEM
.spirit is growing stronger Madison: and secure the innoculator. The couraged. had about j fingers
bogRurwecd, peanuts! and native ? BOOBS THA" TRVIN' .
county all the times Several cooperative variety of soy henna known ns the given up hopes of ever
grasses. On some lands practically TO QVPiHE BOSS OOTEMA
well
being again whet
('nrloudhipn1l'ntlt of sweet potatoes "Mammoth: Yellow" is the variety
all these will grow so in that case it a friend Insisted 1CAROUt UOT OP FREE AOVER-H31M' -.
have been nude, and l the farmers is l best suited to this climate No one I
a matter of selecting tho one most \)101.0ST: cut ovrrSO SENDIw'HM
i'i ; plan to market most of their prn- should\ plant soja beans unless he
profitable. .
' ,i duce this fall on !this basis They' look plants enough for rabbits as well as NVVJCH. )VN1t'fHRO'fpac.

" to the county agent to secure the It is of course desirable to have legume for himself. I suggest that a poison tIn

" mntkets and advise thl''Tthl'\ best crops where they are ;I'rr.rMcul i ; bait bo scattered! over the field before

Ways to arrange their produce. for however on some lands other crops do planting; the beans. :Mix white arsenic !

market. better, and will return more to the i ic strychnin with corn meal or

-- .-. soil. Where lands do not give satisfactory place the poison inside n sweet potato -

I REPORT: 01' W01JK I'KHFOUMKD yields of legumes: it is usuallydue and place these in the field about

BY COI'TY:101': :: to a lack of drainage and humus the time, or before, the beans are )
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'. I|' Among legumes the most general planted. Rabbits like soy beans better The Woman's TonicI I

" To Honorable Board of Commissioners are velvet beans and cowpeas; however than any crop I have ever seen.

4 of Bradford County: these are not always the best to O. W. CASWELL. began Cardut. In

I began work in Bradford County plant. For instance, in the St. Johns County Agent. a short while I saw a a

t March 1C. Tho first work consistedof county Irish potato section' velvet --- marked differenceI .. y L LGG

visits to different parts of the beans have not been a very Importantcrop WE'n'LL': DONE:' IT along grew and stronger It cured right me.

( county to observe the agricultural as they do not fit into the cys- I am stouter than I

conditions and to learn the needs of tem of farming as well. as cowpeas.In Not so long ago a chauffeur was bave been la years." Does.. nurt a bit I Drop a little

the farmers. other sections farmers hesitate to brought up after having run down a If you suffer, you can tj-eezone on an aching corn, instantly

Much time has been given to the plant cowpeas! because of the possi- man. appreciate what It that corn stops hurting then you lift

club work because the season Is late "You struck this pedestrian and he means to be strong and it right out. Yes magic!

I t and if the boys are not started with Habitual Constipation Cured was seriously injured" the judge well. Thousands give Cardul of 'women the l7 A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but

A the corn club plots at once it will In 14 to 21 Days asked. credit for their !good a few cents at any drug store, but is

soon be too late to start this year "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN": a specially- "Yes, sir," replied the chauffeur. health. It should help sufficient to remove every hard corn,

Much interest has been displayed by prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual "Why didn't you zigzag your car 700. Try CardnL At all soft corn, or corn between the toes,

the boys for this work, especially\) Constipation. It relieves promptly 21 but and miss him ?" druggists. E-73 and the calluses) without soreness or
should be taken regularly for 14 to daysto
the Pig Club. The Banks have given Induce regular action. It Stimulates and "He was zigzagging himself," said irritation.

' r their hearty support to the Pig Club Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c the chauffeur, "and he happened to I Freezone is the sensational discov

work. Five of the banks have offered per bottle. zag at the same time I zige' I Sb..4w I ery of a Cincinnati genius. 'It is won-

I derful.Adv. No. 284.

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hILLS! PAIl) IIY SCHOOL BOtlDGeneral niatrlrt No. 19. Stnrke, Phone ('0. phone rent____ ..u_ 100(I11': Jno Phillips was a business I
Hchoul frund r nalnnco Mnr 1. 1011)) ___________.____ SB.81uc I Mm M. V. Peklo ho.... rent diction.2110) : I Bew.ire of Count rl! '
] <')ipia du.ow, month ............ 3312 II. C. Jcima aup" court h..", ... _. ______ SOt': visitor to Hampton Fnd.i.\ Llt
C. A. Knliiht. clerical workn__._____ 211.00 Warrants imiucU during month __.__. 15.00 Bradford Co. 'leUiiraph luttcrheada for :Mrs! Sonic VI&'l.PAIN'S
1n.. 1'iipiull, Inclil____.__.__ _______ I Ihilu: lee and c-htlilren ",wit .1 T.lkul( P( )\ .
8012T llnlanco April, 1. 11)10 ___n__.__.___ 46.01 abed )) .._ .n.n_ _.- 400 I .
II PinhnlKU-r. bJ service ___n_.___ 7.00 Dlatrlct Nil. i''. Bradford. (' Telegraph stationery tux a fexv d.i) s last wl'ek ut Lakeside, the II III

I". M. rnilni.lt. do ____n____________.. 1.20 1 Balance Mar I. 11110) .____________._ 110.06 coll ___0.__ .... .._-_ ______________.. 7.26 I Rucst of MV.. Lee.
I.. C. .'"".11 do nnd Iticlil _n_________ 291)0 Uic.iiJlu durinic month _n_.__....... 000 Brdafnrd, Co Ttletcraph' statIonery tax

K. K I'lippi-ll Milury ________n.u. 125.no l I Warrnnta iamud dOnOR month __..... 100 na.enaor . . -- .._____.. _______ S.50I Jesse Blown, who for 7anize
nradnfnl I Co Tt-l prlntlnit _._1.______ 1000 I''Balance' April I. 11119 ___._un__._._ 11105 I Il. C Jonea flxlnu. toilets ___._.____. I.AOo months paxt has in South J$4 I J- .q
J. E VMlHun Innumnco ---._ .- ------ 4511 I I Dulrirl No. 21.. bl..n Ic\rll// ''
I W. CnHuoll county' agent __ ._ ._____ 60" .00
N. II Hull lucid ..._ ___________..___. 17,60 I Iliilanci )1.... 1. 11)10) ______n.._____. 12319 CIty MuliI) Plant liichta. and water . V: .71 culmin Sunday afternoon fur I .,.lor,Nl) J

I D: C. li. .I1..n. ._______h.. _. ...___. 11.05 I Hiriipti durlnir month ___._........ .RO N. 1) Wninutittht com tax naneaaor II, loo 00Bradford here xxith( I) relatixes.A ( i i 'i i In iMthi-r !
Gpo. I>. Itnrniiril l do ...----.----.... 3.71 \tarnintti lMud tlurinir month..... 10.00 d>. Tvliitraph, |>ilb rvporta ._. 800 I .' ' K .\. Cn-in tuicliinn ..... ....n___- 70.00,, I IKm I liulunn' April I. 111111 __._____._____. 113.40I'nvIrt C. A. Kniiiht) aupvr "rout _______n_._ 2000 ,ptut) r of Hamilton boys motou-d 1 "u i ,':moo, or

XVlllliinu du _____ _______ ____ 40.00 I ( No. 22. John Mack Janitor _._. .___.. ..-____. il! .00K down to our little '
J..h.! killi-r do nn______.___ n __ ___ 20.00 Bnlnncp Mar 1. 1911)) ___.__n__.____. 6191 M. John ci,. ally _...*-.__ .______. 4.17 city Saturday nigh yotli. 1I/: -ti'p" 1 Ii.'i 1"- a
n. II. 'li'rry do ________ _n _______. I O.UO I Ritoipt. durinic month ________.__... 81.16 W T. Week I month clerk etc _n._ ISO.80) Miss Edna, Sibley, of Stnrke, $ nt
Win K F. Proctor do _____._.... .n. 02.00 I WnrriintH lnMtiid 1 durIng month ....___. 100.00 Flora I. Cliuootcanning. club, agent __ 60.no KYANIZE FINISH FOR IT
Mii, knthirlnu( Rtanlun do .. -.-.. -.. Cl.no Halnncu April 1. lull( ) n._________.. 4B.00l Occur R..ililli.li. 1 dny com A. mllliiKe ___ 1..10W Saturday iiitrht mid Sunday hero, the MASTER"Bayer .
Mm, K. II IVrry do__.. _.__ ._ .___ 13000 < l I'J.IrI.t1:0.l : ti. .1. npnofun" 1 day corn .. .. _.__ 4.00 truest of friends.It .
III.... .I' M PailKutt, du ______.. ... ... 660 Ilillancii Vlrt 1. '.II ___ ....._ .__ (\\6'" Oeo .\. Cturdlner Inannlty 1<,'lh.Y Aah- I t'rillilullI' i I' i 'I I "\r "'I'.' .

Mnry .,lohninn do ___....__.___._..... 1- 3.78 ,Receipt, ) durinic month ............. 80.11 brook __._ ___ -___ ___._____________.- 700 1.). May mu.ll a business h'il to 1'in'k. 'I i ) 111"r,i ) ,.iir.i'lr.M .
JoI:i Mi. liinlir ilo ___________. .___...._ 1.'II.fJ") Warrnnta luaiiid dnrlns month _______. 44.(It W J. Rnnirann' do. __ .. ____ __ . 4.U Paint kit one day last xvock.Ever .
XVIiliworth: ) do .. llooo Balance April I. lino)))(I .______......... 80.JS f:to. A. Onnltner influent IHaneho Brown 4.88 I .
fi"I'1' lirry Ito _::::::::::: ::_: I$2.00: I IXalrlcl) No. 21. W. .1. Epi.riiion' do u_ ... ._._ _.__-_. 760 ) bod}' remember t'uioxvlll Tablets of Aspirin." ; I I

('llt.11.i till) llll -u__. ___ 41/.110< llnlanco, nil r .. I I'M 4 _ .. .__... 7>)11 Oi o. A. fl.rullnor. Inanttity Jnno Johna 7.oo be "1"i i uvs nt I tu| > tilt chimbhere I / .
F. M ('nanny do -.__u___. ____. ... 40.00 Rt'CLiplfi) durinic month( n__-_......__ 1117 W. .1. Kplicrnon do ._.._ ____.___ _- 805 BUI.ti"t ) r i J 1 '
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Mvnlci. K..lniU) do ____n... __.. __... ?,-,00 Warrant lanui durltitf month .___. 20."0 I H P WiiKdln, Juror In'l.| B. Brown ___. I 1.10 lulu.tayu,1 Sunday to x\hul Ten I iii.ii.he.? ( "iiKls(I ': l,
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Hnrry U .h. ,i.t,. do ___uu_.____. ._. !15.00Mm ; Iliilanci .'''.I4 1 I. I'll' ) .. ____u....... 72.BKKlalrlrt W. T. McK\er do ...__..._-...n__ 1.10 till \ ,' a lu-ait.x( wolcomo.K. ,I ( ; .
] MiKinmv do ..___......... ..__ 30.1)01) >o. 25. I. .1. Wynn do .__._- __._h___ __-_ 1 1.10 Nk'iit.iljsi.i duppc I r.1': '', I "A. I :, '
Mnuil Mol 11 do .__n____._______-_-_ 8500 BalnnriMnr: I r. lull ..____ _____...._ 851(1Recolpu ) ( %v. .1. .lonM do _.._.__. .._____... .. 1.00 :M. Ktntf, of Jacksonville, spent I ,
Mat Ilium, do --____--_-__---__.__._ 2500 durinic month _____..__..... 82671 P O. "..II.'y do -- .____u.___._____- 1.20 thc week-end here with his r.ir.ichc; I IniliK'ii/il' CoK, !, -: \
A. O Ji til,inn ilo .____.--._________ 40.00 Warrants 1 II.MII..d durintc month .....8501)1) 0. .I, Alnrnnlhy ilo ... _.--_n__ __..__ 100fleo ( family.The \ ,.r"J" .1"
Sninh, : ,linkniH' do ... .. 1600 Balance April, I r. llll') n___......... 10.Of WrIght wit In.t. n. llrown ____. 1.00 people of Thorossa beliuvo that Toothache NijiintiiAcli j '.
A. C!. Kelky: ilo __:::::-:::-::---::.. 80:00 i| Matrirt N.. 26. .liso'1 a Renulda. do _.__.__._....n.. 1.<10 -'' '1.\ I.I . J 1
('. i:. I'opi" cI.. ._.___..n_-.______-_ 15000' Balance Mar I r. l 11110) _-_._..___._____ 11109 H. T I'rlce ,do n_ ..._-____________ 1.00 sumniei i, right how and the >oiniror \ Gums tam lLtckI.UIDI'ago ,...,. '

S S. Hunting) do __._____.._.___.__. 12600 I lUeilpta. diirlni munth .._u____..___ 7.20 .1. 1'. Rmnrt do. _______... _____.____ 1.00 set il IOlliul for May to ooinu 14) they I JOiflt-l 'ains .I ,
Jtiint'tt. MatthiUa do ---.--.-----.. 7000 (ieo. llurirmnn do -_._ ____.__u.. _. 1.00 .. of that ,
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  • __________._________ .7000 I Bnlanctprll 1 1. 11)19 ..._ _-__._.__ 16020Dlntrlct flio Conpir. do _ ____. .__._____n_ 1.00Kllrnluth can tlk. mlxtintasro) ((1lty lit- Rliiti l1.1 I 1SITI I P.iint; I I P.iiti!
    K C. \\nrun ilo _._._______u...__. 10.00 No. 27. ) llrown do ..._._____..-._.. 1.00 tIe bUlhilJ pool, known i i'.i nlul ()iiiliy( ) Lumber & Supply! Co.
    Pilali) Rullinir. )i do __u.u_.______. 60.110 llnlnnce' Mar I. Ifil!) .... _._____...__ 1900 Silo Wllllnnw., .._ .-______.__h_ 1.00 I )
    DorlH Taw do ____.___uu__.______ flO.(Hi RpccJpta during month ___u_____.__.. 101.81 C. p limn county' nicent ___uu.__ 80.00 Ion< '
    Jlr-rttC llnmiltt I do __un__.____.... 6000 Wnrranla IHHIIII,! durinic month ______ 7600 N. T. HItch nfnml tax cert ____-_--- 701 John I >i i'iggt'lo. J. \V. and AIills\ Hat- A.luls-Tall) one 0 two tu.l!. t t'

    Mr..1 C. I'""ppilldo, -__.__._.._._._ 6000 I Hnlnmv April 1 1. imn __nn____.... 41,81 n"... A. Gardiner. Imalillj- W. 17 Hunt 2.00) 3''ttlt out Mairnolia hike niltntli) ., with wntt-r If iieriB-itj I
    OliiHay) do ___-_._ __--__. __ SO.00liln Dintrirt N... 24. fir J. E Malnt-i dr ..... __._ __ 2.00Pr h'l ore
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    William iln _______.______n_?_?.. H.75Mi Balance Mnr 1. lOld)' ____ ....______.. 825"RecelpU Sri'tier Klnic tb----------------- 2.00 evening of last week to i-ut a t i.e foe.Thej : np.'iit. douo three tiuio U ilj.>, afti-i

    ,'ti Flu ma* di. .___--______--____. 60.no durinic) month ___ .n_______ 4360 ('. "r Rhera do _____ ._._. __--_. 1.00 : nit( 4 the I tree down alright andSlflVtI 14l'41 hO. DAVISAgency
    '. Nell),- SlwcMnnd). do ___--______ __. 6000 : Unrranta IMKIIII! durinic month __..__ .1. M II""\\.nit.,. I 1Iny com A mlllaue __ 4.80Cl :
    Lorn Anil mnn do _h...........-.-... 60.00 Tlulanci. April 1 I. l'H9' ___n__ -_____.__ 80.88 V. llrnnka do __n_..__________... 11.80) 111 1 llt.tC nboul "''Vf'l CL.etlong .' luLl" t tlll> worl.I-fotnoiut dlgPCIMMof "
    J. %V. Anti,...". and Son homo and hamem Iintrj.t. No. 29. C A. Itohirla do _______ ..__u________ 740 I lonUiiiiintf the been tiailod I "II. TaMetit mil',
    107.00 Balance Mar I. 11)19' n- __ __ ____.__ 27.06 WIllIam Mnnn Co file rll,,. ._. __ __- 12200 I iyer .r\.Iirin" ( Est. 1886)
    Itrndford.' ('0. Runic" Intermit .._u____ IHfl.Ol KfCLlpta) durinic. month .__. ..___.__.. 1.77 \\lllliim Mnnn Co roller ahehea h" 2TJ.Onr Unit rtl in toss> eai-ll end of the log to il iiio.l In woo, li..n.. ( I I),' W'II'

    V 1111"1'; " 'IM! ('... Ineid -____.-__--___ 1.40 i WnrrnntH iHHtied durinic month ___... M. Cuwii hnrlal exptMiw, pnntter __.. 760 l)( I them I in nnd I tallied I tho !lg.> bees I Inn tuMtlA li.i\i- ki-t'ti .inaiiibil l \
    F.IihVII) nniH nc-hlnir) ......___n. 60.00 llnlanco April I I. Ifll'J ..n__________ 28.83 Kiiud and Briilue, Fund 'f'l with them. tho been [ INSURANCESTARKE
    pt Mnt Fnnnlc-) Met !Miirtln, do --....-__- 32(10( I molr'.t' No. 30. .T. TI. Poulintr fcul coSt hts etc _____. 811 I on nl.llllwnJ :OI lb3'si'i.ln. Ulld -
    1<," Holwrln) Illillinu do _______'nu... 1750Mm llnlnnce Mnr 1, 11119 _______---___--. 4016Iticiiplii .1. II. Powlinil fud mulia etc .._. ..... 11141 me us buoy in their hOle as if
    Maty Johmon do .__u_..______ 250 durinic month I -.__n_____. 61.07 If I.. (:lOon "poy of captain and Kiln .__ 17000 hey[ had been remox-oil, :Mr.l
    I \\nrrnntc4 iHantd. during. month. .__n. 80.00 11. 1.. (;Irron foul. com'lct. etc _____.__. 268.AO 111'1' Proved Safe by Millions.
    Total .._. ----___________------_ 3200.dHSprrliil Diilunci April I. 111111 _____ .________ 63..63 ('....hy & Poppi. moving rave. __ _u__ t 1.110 Uatten savs ho has often heaid of )peol -
    Tax Fund I Dlitriit N'i). SI. Yonnic rndinic ".,. ft.ed for nlll... etc 10710) 11o niovuiK x cU! but never hoard of :
    llnlnnce Mar 1. I'lio! __________.____. 16.11 (1.i W Walnurliiht) Ai !Son lumber ____ 15.nil" l ,
    XVniliKi.nnidv Jnnllnr 17 ___"n'____ 2500 lit'ccipta diirtnir month __n_....._..... n.i \\'. \Vain rlirht &: Son, do ..... ___ 8741 anyone movinvr bees in this bl yl lj. I
    H. C. ElInnr.IM tcnrliin. 7 ...___u__ 10.00 \\nrrnntii Itmutd durinic month _.____ W H. Tou'oik', d" __ _. .. .. ._._ 21.la: "ln.r 113' nnh
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    Mm MrKlnmv 1 I do 1 II ____ _-.--..._-__ 2000Idn ( I Ilnlnnci. April 1. 11)19) ._________._____ 16.15 W. K:. Torode) lumber nnd) work _.__ .___ 12.10 S. U. \'oodal.llllk' n bimne s tEll Croos" ;
    William( do 16 _____n___________ 8.7S April! 11, 1919) W. F Torndt,' lumbi -_ __-_-______u_ 4M.:IIW : to 'Tuesday. 'lIity..r"Oflgu'IltUIli
    HIHKI| Mcl.rmltr; do 87 _______._.__. 7500 I 1 Bradford County F.. TortoifolIo ___ _. .._ .___ __ 3.24W. Inmt"l '
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    Viruii. KoK'-rn do 13 __n________.___ 6000 Slnte of Tloridn F Torodi. lumber .__. ___ ___.n____ 621I'm famuel Wood.ird and) i t'r. n-lilli1, TabUtAflptrln 11..jug : run COLD !
    R A. ( do. J _____ _________ I n
    r.'cn f 00.22 I )ben by certify tr.nt the foreicolnff atatementof .4f. t.rlfflB) ennuI work.. __._ 1110 Et
    trot xisitnrs theMonday
    rvnMllinniii ilo. 2 _____.______.._. 2B."B ,, the Rfcelpta and Hhumimenta, of the fun.). I. r". r'n'lo.y' work on wnirnn _n-_-__.. 126 \PI'l in BI.Ilyn "entun "Our fivo year old son Paul took / '
    Hul>y ParrMli) .1. I'l\ __-. __n__... 6n.00 lIt Bradford County fur the) month I pf March .1 .1 1 Flvl..n, ic*'n road. work ..-...___.. 7 r<0 a f tit noon.
    Ifr,1? C... r..I i. .prlntlnil) 17 .______.. I ..20flrn.Ifor,1 severe cold List winter Hint RIUII on ,
    11)10 la true nnd) cornut to the Itvat of myknoxtledice 1 F .1. littlx I, do. . ____ ___. . 1000Httxi J. V. Junes and '
    Co Til!' flu _._h__-_______. 1.211II..M"r,1 nnd ttellef 1 11'I Sin-do' ._ .._.. _._______.._-_ I.Ill) I'an, .v Griln. of1111)t"l. his I IIIIIKM and h<> had I ( i I.
    Co. Til ,do .-__ __._._____ I ill \ 31.: Moti work on vniton __._._ 1160) I I attentlod churih lieiv ..n" t'nibl. 'otJhilf
    llradford (' Tit!, _______...__ __ IB. R rOPPEI.1.. u :
    dt 1 I 211!
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    'tail 11.1101.1( 1"11.. '1".'. do ____________._. 1 I 8S County Superintendent of Tuhlie. Inatructlon. t,. I F: \ndrtwH iron road work-u __-.-___-._ 500 < nivht. "Id : l'Uill
    ; Bradford. ( n. Tt-l' do _____ ____. 1.214HrIorl I .--- I him I tlio I medicine, him I tI lid j
    -- -- 1 M Alvaiix nhiua for convlcta ..__.. 250V \V. A. Junes, I'. II. Non! ami) S. HVVoodard as navo ,
    Cin .. T'I.1 do ________-_____. 1.28 1 FINANCIAL.. 8TVTFMFNTMonthly .. % Imlth road work _______ 1500Di
    O .IIIThMI Inul' 18 ______________._ 2.on finnnclnl alatemrnt of Bradford '\\itl I It'u-i..ko icin do __ _.. ..- .____.____h__ 800D ( went out to Magnolia luki) not h.l.l I him in tin' least A neighbor)

    J. W. White & lion do 3 ___._-______ 431: county for the month of March 1919 C VMIIIaiTO do _____ _______________ 1500( :Mondnj' afternoon lishiny i ; and, ,I Ito iivery I. the train marl ,.f Unyrt Mirinfirture Hpoko so highly' < t '
    S. II. Moore do 22 ___n___._______ 16.10 General Fund Willie; IIrooks, di, _______._-.__n_____ 1011W link. ui MUI.e.ca.I...., ,it balliylKdiuAsk ) (hall.rllin'l t
    J. T. llnrnc-i, tinchlriK 22 ____________ 100) .00)) I |Balance March 1. 1DIII) ._ -.. __ -_. 67.OnRecelpta ir Hnmmona do ___ __.hn______ 1500 good CouKh Keniedy( that I Rot bottle of 'j. T Tit
    J. f:. Cr. w. do ____.____hU______ BO).00CJirtrudo durinic) month ___ _.______..l')74.10Dmburai Hinry Brannen do _____.__.________.. 40"I. Mr. and :Mrs. It :M. Ih'rMf'y.e fur .u kl liiiibt I .
    Andfnion do ____n________ BO.00Mattif ..menta dur'nic month ___ ___11 8.08 . O Tiaon do .. --_ -._.....__________ 1600c.l Upon and till first dotto benefited him ;
    Staliiliy do _________-________ 60.00IIrnoln..1 ) Balance Anrll 1. I'll"! _____ ___-_-___.___186132 ,'n Niltlea do .._ .._._____________ sun vi"jtor. to lrookl! > n .Sunday rftermron '
    3 Co. Hank loan i2 _____n___ 1 5.OnRhip Fine and Forfeiture Fund Math Hurst du _._ n___.________.___ 4000 "Bayer of Aspirin.' HO ninth that I continued Riving it ti> 1

    Thomaii tvnchinir 18 .___nn._- 2G.00Th.d" |Balance March 1. 1919 -__ __-.u ___48I' "8Rcrilpta J R Drool .do. ___.______h_________- 1500 Next i is raster. Wonder Tablet him until ho was cured," writes Mrs. f'l'
    Moore Co. Incid 25 _______-__ B.Bn ) during month _. .______ 7815 W. S. Croft do .._ .-_--___ __________ 8 Oil Sunday
    W. E. lorodo do _....._______-_______ 7.nB DmhuraemenU durinw month nh.n______ 174.41 llnnce Thomaa lumber ____.-_________._ 8000( what is Komi; to no domir bore ? American Owned L'ntirely. Frank Crotker, Ilnl, III. Adv.'I''
    L. I.. Illnckbum' ti-achlnir) 95 126 00I. Balance W. T. Ttllia road _______ __ 'u _. . _
    \ April J. work 900VlllieKedilahdo
    .. H Flitch :do : ___:::::::: 5000BtfiHifi : 1IHllunhnnHM.10R. den n- Tate Kite, of SUike: wn' in our ,
    ----- -- ..... Fund \ ____ ___ _________. 1000Prew
    Terry do _____n___....______ 5000 ]Balance March I. 1919 ________n___. 901 89RecelpU Reddiah I day n road In.n" _______. 4 00Pewitt )) burl Sunday night. 20 cent p*JiaKU-Larger !.. almiOltllI ',
    I Loca Johnson do __nn_______._-___. 60.00Katff durlnir month -------------178780 C. Jonea ahovela _._______.___. 4 60J Viola Adkins was a visitor to
    Poiitrlnml do _.-__-_______.__n 40.00 PinbunimentJt. durinir month ..____ 92.08 1*. Tomlinaon Co phyalcian ___.____ 4 11 i
    -- \\ TRYING
    : C. C. McCall Incid 29 n___________-_ 14.42E. Balance April I. 1919 _____ ______-____1677.16Oatatandlnjr H T. Tomlinaon icen road work ...... 2000Jeaae ( Brooklyn Sunday nftcrr.uon.
    W. A. Howlei do 21 ._____..____-_ 32.8 ) Fund Canon 01,) ___.__________n_.___. 600' Misses Julia and Louis' Iie'bcriter ,
    II. M. Dowlinu. refund. 6 _____________ 1.76 j Balance March 1. 1919 _nn_.--_____ $S5."6 W. N. Welch do ___hn__.__________ 2.00 troubled with sleeplessness "
    motored with are
    Lillian Mackrry ti-achlng 4 __________ 45 60 Receipta durinic month ______________ 811.88 ,I. L Caaon du _________u_-__.___.___ 5.00 friends! to .Sampson( City I Yul "
    E. Moor )tnolil) 17 --.________.______. 6.00Charky i I niHburaemenu durinic. month _________ Ruben dlover do __________--______-_ 1400 Sunday. look to your diet. Drink no ,
    William janitor 2 _u____._ 7.Oil Balance April, 1. 1919 _--____ _._...69784 John Deklf) .do. .hn_____ _--__________ 1511 Willie of Tlaiford \1 \ ;.
    Henry Plxforil do :.1 ___________..n_ 80.00 I>ralnave Fond II. Y !Saxon d.. _ __._.._____u_______ 7.00f llersey, was a or coffee fur a few days and take .. We carry all tho loadvarieties '.

    A. H. Surtvnry ':Iltl230 2 HO |Balance Mnreh 1. 191'. nn________ 81674 ). V. Uroolia mad In.,, Uh______._ 800 visitor here I few days ago. iIlg of Seed, I :
    ::::::::::::: : 1 immediately
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    J F Nlrklv) lnt< n 181 31 Ricripu durinic month ______.._-___ 12400DinburHementa ,I. M Bmwnlee B daya roml) loop. ....__ 20.Ol) Wonder when we ran have one of Chamberlain's Tn"h.tl I' :
    have tested
    A. M. Willlntna (odd 2 ______.._____. 600 .thl'l whli h ,
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    ] durinic month ________ -700.00 ( A. Roberts, J! daya road loop __ _. 8.(00 \'I.J
    J. M Brown)... do 16 ______________ 6.Oil) I IJ n party ? Scorns as. though our town after sUlI'r to improve your ami, tci be

    L. Hnrrell do 14 _________________ 6001 J Balance April 1. 1919 ._ _April ooh__1.___1D19__ 10.74 -.1. .E.*. Y.IM. ..-- |;. LI.;;.-.Drainage...... ..;. U..I.;: Fund.. --' n..- .r.-t.. wants to die. digestion. These also muse a I""t adapted to our ; p1',.

    Total - . ----------_ ---- 18-: .o-t I Bradford I County.Stno C.o \. rmnllner fine and caae Forfeiture Billy KoberU Fund___ 314 ---. jcentle movement of the bowi-N Theyare till'1.1\1 i InnateWi .
    t--j-; of Piorila.I ) : "
    o).. Sinking Fund; W .T. Fpiiemim" ,. iln _ _.._ ._. ____ :115 FASHIONS .
    fur "
    n M Pnnlinir com t.... coll 32_____. 1.40H ( he'hv certify thnt the foreirolnir. atatement Sitiut Kile wit Billy Robi-rU- _____ .- cJ.\m. unsurpassed for tonxtipatioii Adv .iti our II.W I

    M. Dowllnu. do 21: ______-_.___-__ 4.66 I or, the of Rirelpta and nitibtirflementa of thffiindH W .1 'l'i:..pi.raon .1.. _h. __.-.-_..____ 1.00 l.nO( - ---- I'.H'i'! i ntalnuruo, und,
    "" i Bradford county for the month) lIrM".h ) ('ti,'elu'v riiiric. Juror ....... Billy Koberla 1 00 what's phonetic. spelling ?" _ _ _ i'klv I I list.
    1919 ia "Il. "SALIVATED WI" lrt-" "
    "o'JJIntent true and
    Total .. . _ __. . ___._ cornet to the beat EVER BY I Il"lI'E
    uu.n 11..1 I Itnnii doM __ __ __ ,,__, _ __ ISO of
    of knouledtce nnd ) .n a spelling that I often
    .! and Minklnir) lund my b..lhr.IV.) !1 xvav I ; 1 1I
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    T. li'nkinft doM .u_ _________.- .. 1.00
    II. M. //I.." 110" cum tax coll 1______ ".00II ( of tho T Circuit WF.ER'S.Clo.k ""....n ill. _h.h___________ ____ iou got whippcil, for \II.n I was your CALOMEL? HORRIBLE I ( ) 1':'.II"1 ,.11,1 '

    M D.mlnit do 25 _ _-- ___ .__ 2.116 (Seal) UrniKonl Court. Ttiiiunuio Oil-It do. u__ __ __ ___ IonS nire."- l'eltrsotl'sVc'tkly. ld..1. Tliir-
    -- WFCKSDeputy County. A St' ,It-It limit. do --- ___ _ __n__ .1' I"" i' 111 t
    Py R A.
    Total __ __ ____ ___ __ ______._: 11.02 Clerk. W .1 Fppi:, 'nun foiillnR piliioneni) ___ l ..1.0"1'. --- -- I ITp
    ----. W \V. llnlwili) triinnl. at jinl ___ .. 1 XV W. Kiutilin uitahlnir nt jail 2.01/ E.A.MAI1N!
    FINAMIU. \fl-MF\T' ('Ol'NTY SrllOOl. ---- i Liver and You Loci
    ( I FUK'S IIFPORTStnrkc I r-. ,. .
    .1. Imp il t l 1'. coot Ed IMincnn __. 1.HI 1
    FL.NDSSupirlnti Fin. April 9. 1919 .1/. II. !lIIII,'. ....n.1. tb------------ 4..1. ."HII \ I 15l.uk, n'd anil jfnld for (;('rllny'l Work. Seed! Ccn r'
    ) ) -ndi'nt'H monthly flnnncln! atatC'mint I Report, of tin cliik, of the Circuit Court In .1.I II 4npi, v. I It' cane. Fil Ouncnnr _______ I ((1(1 national flair a Day's ryJnksorvin..III.
    nT llriiilford. county, for the month or anil. for Il rniltoi.4 county' Flori la. on account r \ linl-ilin do .. _ . .. ._ 3.(on( / 1111ontUf'9 JtuMy, There's no l I .
    March l')1'l\ of Taxca cumeaacd for the year 1018 II ('. '4hi'rmnn do .-. _________._._. 1.'j' I IXV "for their fUtll. , .. past, reason Wy a (x-rson
    General Fchiinl lund.Piilanii n. M ftfW.TNr, .r.1 Kl'li. coon. rom fin fine -. _- __ 1)3.721( ,'' and fold w indemnities' they should take BirkoniMtf salivating calomel -
    Mm I I I. Illl'l H_ -. .. _BH76."J I fnx CollicltiiCounty '. t,'. 1" mump. .hut) itc for Jail _ IK!.nilMllilii ( ..for.t :
    r.c.ii.. idininir) month. -_ _ -...__._ _1I132.) 3 Proper ( .II Druir Store im-ilidnt for-Jail u._ 14 -'.I({ must lillY. < h"uJ1," Tribune..MCU . vhen 50 cuts) buys t large bottle J
    \\aiinntH, I--11,1, ihmntr month .._ -:IM! I J7 . ;]
    March 1. In hal due _ ____._ .HApril .__ ___ 1mi -
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    OMihaflpril, ,. I I. 11'111' _u__.__. 586.01 i i1I1"rlel | .nu., ___..... ..._..lId..,, ._...... ___-.__ _-___ __n_ -_lw's.... ..'10... of lod'ln'l' Liver Tone-a perf.ct 1
    No. 1. EI KISS: .\ j i iTheroBsa.
    11111"I", 1 I. lil'l! __ ______ .18781r. I substitute for culoinol. A.i ' v 7
    h. 1. to 1ml duo ___ ___________lOiBiiJHPrainane I
    .r. T.,IK ,,,,,'In,- ni.mth .__.. _. .n___. 211.22 -- :; 1M-It.v.; John Mul .1.lbJa. .. the :LW I IH u pleasant, ve elablo liquid : tiI
    April
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    \W"'II"' i- .i.d cliinnu- 01.10th94.25: March 1. to bal) due _ ___ .1101.TilBy "'I'U .
    Ilii'anii' \iril', I I. Illlll) _-_--___.._____ MB.78Dintrlrl nmt collected __--- on'_ _______n._______-32100April lady, of) I Hampton delivered two very I ninth will htart )your liver just as surely ,,

    Mar 1 I. 11111(I ..No._____2.-.._____. .M.16It. i iKnlnnci I I. to bal) duo ..__. ___._____8080.70 interesting seimons here at the Chn-: Ilion | us calomel, but it doesn't niako you I-
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    .'cil I I..'it .1>11, ul" month ._ ____._____ 6582VVaminti Church :Sunday. W'I (
    ,iimiiil ilui' month ______ 7000'I County Itnad and Ilridico sick and can nut talivaiu.
    IInlllne,11, ) I I. IM'I nu_ _______.____._ 30.98 March 1. to bal due __ _____--.__I 11I48JCI( I Henry \Voodanl left I'rlday for : Children .
    folks
    District No. 3. By stunt collect ___ -. ________ ___.__ .176715April Jacksonville' to resume his dutien with anc ,ruwl up can t

    niilnni-i MIII1.. 11110.l -.______________ 1677 I the Postal TVleirraph. and,) Cable CDMr. iR I luke lo KccilptH ilurlnv month) ___._.______ 20716VarialiN I to bnl due _-_-- ____.___ ..-. -9680.>""> )
    I \ HMIII.d ilurlnir,. month u .______ 6625 Oiitnlandlnir Fund : and! :Mrs. .\. I I.. Sullivan nnd f I IN jwi'I'ouLly harmless.

    Knlnnciprll I I. llllll. ____ ___.._ 11)8.08 March 1. to hal due -------------------20.2)1- children I 48. ) ( alorni I lit djn t'rous It in
    n spt-nt .Surnl.iy at Ilanjptn'i I urul. ,
    District i I No. 4. By nmt collided, _____hU.h_____ Ill.MH .. IL
    iruests of her :Mr. and :Mr<. I mercury, und attacks your 018. Take
    Palnnr. Mai1 1 I. I'M'!) :__ 12980RicilnlH I parents tf'
    ) ilurinit month--------------- -- - .n- 83.73Wnrrnnm I April 1 to hal due _. -- ._- -.___._._ _170817 David Jones.Misxes a dune
    : : )Is.ii.: d -- -_.:::. :::::::: I I IIlillanci County School will feel weak. sick and nauseated to.
    April 1 I. 1'Mtl' 157.12 March 1. to bal ltle, __.._____.___ --18855.85Hy : i I'lorenciIlnll and nh.{ .,' ittennttt f'.
    fllntrrI No.--:i-------- I IHalance amt collected __________________.291001 were visitors to Hampton morrow. Don't lose a diy'H work.
    Mnr 1. -----------------$9 47lOn.Cl.II.tn I'lika a spoonful I of Ufulson'H Liver The Strong \Vlth"tant] the Winter
    during.. month-------------- 43.21Wirruntii April 1 to bal due __ _._ __--______1594102 Saturday afternoon. Cold
    licttcr han the Weak
    (iiiaiitd ilurinir, month ____.. County Pidla) Hen Kasser and wife spent the weekend rOle instead and you will wake up '
    ;
    ft1iy"I
    March to bnl due ____ _______ ____. 1028: .noBy ; You must liuve itcjltli. Strength
    lill""" '" April 1 1. l lilli') --______--_-_. 90.74 1. ) at New Itiver with relatives and : reeling, relt. No more biliousness, ar\\ Fn- I
    _____.___ .
    District No. 6.Balance amt collected _nnn :211 00 I -1 slujfciKhnoHs headache duianco to tight Colds Grip and "j"
    laJuen
    Mar I. 1 Mil _ .. __ ___ 4" 45Ricepta friends. | 'o'"tiuton. a
    during) month _n'h.U.-...._-_ 1203WarranU April 1 to bal due __--________.____ 811.00 :Mrs. :Mary Holder is reported on I C:oat.1 l tongue or sour stomach. Youi When your blood I not In a healthy
    ___._. Total Snb-Srhool condition anil does circulate/ properly
    imiued ilurinir month IruVgist if
    ) L don't find 1)odion's
    Balance April I. 111111 ________._n_._ 0. __.._ __ p Liver Tone acts better than horible 1
    No. 7.Ytalanre lIy nmt collected -- -- ----- -I 160.9$ I.onnie Hiirhtower who has recently Winter cold.GROVE'S. !

    Mar 1. U1U ____ ._ ___.. 9 8 47 calomel la .
    Receipt. durlno) month __u__d_u-_.... SI.11 April 1 to bal due" --__-___--_________611847 returned from France, wan here a JLJD.I..4.aI..ata. 5 your money waiting'or I TASTELESS Chill TONIC ; i:
    Warrants inaiied during month ______ Total Sun-School Bond Fond day or two last week visiting friends I you. (12-4 % )
    Balance April I. I91 )____________.__. 12962 March 1. t<. bal) due ____u_______.__ 6677.80By 1p1 ,.: I Forite. the System Against Cold. Grip )
    Dlatrlct No. 9. amt collected. _______-. ______on 62128 Hm friends were frlad to sec him again i by Purifying und L'nrlcbinitthe )1"

    Balance Mar ____ _. 72.55Rreelnta and when he was asked how he liked it MICKIE Blood. Ii"
    1. 11)19 OTW 8P&INO SAYS
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    April 1 to bal due ._...___ __ _ _____-BOSS.62 STY I
    durinic) month _______.___. 2.46 - over there. he said he liked it alright, It contains tho well-known tonic JJIerties r
    W. T WEEKS. *
    Warrants itmued durinic, ) month ___ __ y (_ prop
    (Seal) Clerk. Circuit Court. but give him Dixie all the time. of : of Quinine and; Iron In a
    Balance April t. 1019 __.__._--.___ 711.0111I.lri..t 'AIN'T IT FUNKW HOW 4
    WHEN acceptable to tile most dulicato stomach.
    ) No. 0.Balance .
    S. H. YVoodard win the vim-
    Mar 1. 111111 ______________._ 66 20! Bins PAIl BV ('Ol"TY! COMMISSIONERS! : among I A FELLER oi-rs SORE At'3'Isiops an.118 pleasant to toko. Youcnn 8'11 feel
    Recelpta during. month ___..________... 8 22 I.fat of bllla paid I by Board of County' Coni' torn to Hampton Saturday afternoonMr. HIS PIP Q. ME ACTS lu Strentftbuiunti Invigorating Lllott 60c.I. .
    linued durlnw. month .____ 5.00 and Mrs. M.
    WarrnnU mlHaionera at their .. ..ul.. meeting in Starke. Z. Sullivan were 6URPOISED: .
    Balance April I. 111111 ._ _____ 6961 BECAUSE WE - ---
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    Central Fond visitor to the county metropolis Sat- oon'-r w. I.. nKTurrO.ikfield / :
    nuuict NO. 10. Nancy Conner __ . __ ____. 100 ? ALL OUST OUT INTO
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    Pa'nnce Mar 1. 1011) -- Ill 00Receipt Viney Pyeaa do _ hoo __.. ________ 5 0(4 f urday. SMART CLOTHES TCAOS CRAPE
    durinic) month __nu_______ 1182 Mm. Breere do .._. ___uoo.__ ____-_ 10 nomanrln We had I light showers all day Friday ANt .i .e On May 10) 1 9 17.
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    Warrants (united durinic monthBalance \ ? ,
    ______ _______ "HE
    April I. ll'lu\ ) -_u_ ____._____ 18482 \\manda Thomas Thom do do .n... ...n. .-_._.... 200 500 and they were appreciated by th' Tor Men and Young M ,._ (Old Kintuckv :Mtie. Co.Padueah ,J."

    Plitrlrt( No. 11. lee Cronbv do _._ .__.un____-_______ 1500 ,, Farmers. I Ky. .
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    Balance? Mar 1. 10111 1 un. 4447 Mra. I). M McKnlicht do ______ 8.no $35 $60
    Clarence of
    __________ .n Manning, Macon Oa t Cjentlemen
    Recelpta dll.'nl month n 31.09 Manner Pyal do __...__.__.. .__._00___ 6.00 I :
    WarranU imiiitd durintr month ______ Martha R des. do __.00 _______________ 2 50I. pent Sunday here with relatives und Please allow me to state that I h>,
    _____ _____ _
    Balance April 1. 191U n TIM __ _. ___
    I.> llnican do _______u_- 2 BO friend StratfordCOLLEGE sold hog cholera
    Dl.t'lrl No 1} Rachel Taylor do ______._.______. i.1'iI your remedy for one
    Balance Mar 1. 1919 ______n.u___- 1"7.68RecelpU .l.aie) Hunter do .__-_-______.----..... 8.OilFlxaheth C. Sullivan was a visitor to thi season In.1 have or.hr..1 more for thin
    ____ _____ .
    . 79 ITWarranU
    dunn month Hunter do __._____.__
    2 00 county eat Saturday.Miss .
    -- oon season. Last I
    luaued during month n___. ______ __ CLOTHES year lolo it to 1- or 15
    Warren Heney do __ _.__..__ 3.00 '
    Balance April I. 11119 _-_._..... ____ 26701 .
    nialrirt( N.. II Clark do ___.____.___.u___.____ 2.aOMm at New River with friends. Mn Thaw them to tako thf remedy, feed it tip
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    Balance Mar I. 1910 104 JYon I ,
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    Annie Parriah) do ... ____.___... 200Catharine
    durintr) month ____________ 8.43Warranta Hampton do .__........... It 00 Capt. Disler und family, of Hope who want ( their hogs and if they lost a single

    ( fanned durtnir' month _..__. 1100 Hannah Harria do .................. II 54ulia Hall, H. I). May and family and S. H. t re yoeug. hog from disease of any kind not to
    Balance April 1. 1919 __-_____-..___ *7.72l .( ) Lee do. .......____..........___. 2.ISO WoodarJ and family enjoyed fish
    "l.lrti N.. 14.Balaneo Martha Wilkeraon do ______.__..____. 9 00 a fri pay me a cent for tho remedy, but
    ) Mar. I. loin _n.. ____...____ 191.01 W. N. Newmana do .................. 6 AOD on Crystal lake Wednesday. $35 to $60Yr when they began to Hell cotton everyman
    Peeelpt) ,1..ln" mnnt', ___._. ...n_ U 03W..nt. B. John. do ___.u___............. 8 00 Mrs: Mattie Waits is in Macon (;a. 4
    ). (untied month ._.. 2000 came in and paid, for the medirine
    drtinir me
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    N'ora Rawlina do ..................... 2 61
    Balance Apr I .I. I'UI! .-___ .nn._- 201.04 ee..n Kelley do .___-__.__._...__.._. 1000 visitmp her daught, Mrs. Gee I nnd every on.- of them told mo

    111.1 9... .IV Martha GnMIn do _____.___________.__ 8.DOFlorence Adams. ,
    Ui for Out- that It the
    alane. Mar I 191' __.._. ___...__ n"Beceipta Holton du .............. __ 8.miTohn was be" t hog nw.llcnf' they
    ) durlmr month .._ .......- 39.36 VVriBht). do ___--___.___.__--_u_._ 200 Miss Estelle Woodard was a viiitoi / pvc used One man ("ti I me tho

    Warranta )luaned dtiHnir, monthnutrlrl ______ 'V..,.. Wynn do _-____u___._-___.._ 4 00F to Hampton Friday. St. BoaPIR'E1 small package and, houirht $5 worth
    No. l.. C Box du ...__.___..______....... 800
    PmIin.Mar, 1 1. |1111"l! _....._.___.___.
    durlnir) month ....__.__n_. 7908 "rvln HIT irlnholham do ___....._.____ 800 spent Saturday night and .Sun' he had ever triedVnurs 8.
    War-anta I i..1| dilrlmr) month _____ M Vesvman Children do ...__._ __._..__ 0'') f
    here
    u day guests of her
    Balan.,1 I. 1919 __._.._.__-___ H'JST' t-a, Xparkman do ._u_._____-__.._. 251Martha parents, :11 very. truly
    lll.lrlrl No. IfBalance McDonald do __ __..__.._. 20)Ice and :Mrs. C. A. w. I- .
    Mar I 1. )I'M ._ ______--_.___ !6 16Be.l'fa 'Bryant du ...___-__.u.___-__u___. 250 Ben Hall was Younjbloo,1 visitors t.Hampton BIT.ET.Sol.1
    durlnir m,>nlh ..._. ___ 8."0WarranU r.:. C B.r-l do ______ __._._._.______.. 300 am,1 byJ.
    luaiird durinic month _.____ \. B. Vance books tax coIl ......... 72.00 afternoon.The M.mnmir StarkeDotiglu .
    Balance) April 1.. ...11110 l ____._._.__.__. sa.89 M rlixera expeniea aute fair ..___.. :2H* 14 farmers of this section ar.. 2 w. JORY a ( ..s & Lake Duller.W. .
    "' .MO' 45 < M. Punchy ilobee" ___.__.____..... 2.01) Knijht.
    Balance Mar I. l"19 ___ ._____.... 10) nP..h.t. keeping their hands upon the plow .
    Y !ol. Howling. com tax ooll .__._____ 160.10 JackaonTill 71*. S (1'r8trp Lawti'y.
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    ( irinic luailed) duririr ninth) month .n. ._. 8192Warranta IS on Drew Co aupptiea eterk'a office __.___ 3 IBW han.le. and their eves UPi the "row" :_ 1 : I' I n Andrews 1 :iflr.J.

    Balance \pril 1. lUlU ___" __ n.___ 1*.[0 J. Eppenon ruse buahea court houa.4_ 40 of the "rail." __: I I'b J. V. Jones, Hampton.-Ailv
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    ! ?AGK EIGHT BRADF01CD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 1919.

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    If f I, '' LAWTEYi : ': club, and get the centenary---smile; it I! Jacksonville and spent Sunday herewith The many friends of Frank McLeod Edd Hinley was a visitor to Raiford I whom survive him Jesse, of Perry, I j

    '. I 1 I is catching.,: For particular: apply to relatives ... regret to hear of his serious illness Saturday. Joseph, who is in France, Edith, Ida, ,I'
    Lawtey, April 18.-Tuesday evening; Chas lies or Chas. Sapp. Men only -- --- and wish him an-curly recovery.J. Dean Griffis, of Johnstown spent and Wesley at home. I

    ,\ under the auspices of tho Ladies. Aid in this race. WORTHINGTON F." Williams and mother were Saturday night\ with Mr. and Mrs. G. On :May 15, 1005: he married Miss
    .( i of the :M. E. church, :;South a cafeteria I Anyone having liny news items will business visitors to Luke Butler Tuesday W. Rosier.! Alice B. Kelly, and they united. with
    I supper was given .un the lawn of they do the Telegraph! a favor if they will Worthington April 18.-Miss Katie morning. Louis Phillips was a visitor to the Snrdis )Baptist! Church, by letter, in
    Lawtey Hotel. It wns well planned. ''11'1.... or phone either of our Lawtey correspondents Roberts was the guest of the Misses ---.---- -- show !Saturday: night. July of the same year. Brother Williams -
    nicely served and well patronized nnd Itcv. Alfred Eveiulen: or Edith and Ma Williams Saturday and RISING :Mr. and Mrs. Ellison Rosier M.. C. has !been> a consistent member

    i the Indies deserve much praise for Mr. liutler Elanchard. It is impossible Sunday. 1 Rosier, Ellison Kelly, of Stnrke and with us ever since. He was loved by
    ,y. the success that was uttitincd. The' ) for them to secure all the news { :Mrs. S.' W. Dubosc> is visiting relatives Rising/ April 18.-Jim Wainrighttook Henry Phillips and Linzie Futch of till who knew him for the manlinessof

    it proceeds were applied to a film) being unless they have the assistance of tho at Fort White this week.E. a bunch on his truck and went Elarbee; were visitors to the show the man that was in him, ever to
    / raised for the purchase of lights ] Lawtey citizens.: They will appreciate L. I Rogers attended to business to Starke Saturday night to the car Saturday night. his post of duty. lIe was ordaineda

    ( for the church building any assistance given them. at Lake Butler Saturday. nival. The sights were few but they Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griflis, of Starke deacon of Sardis church on the first
    The Hcv. Alfred Evenden was in I Mr. and !Mrs. W. McCormick! of :Messrs. Hen and :Morris Roberts and had a good time. Those enjoying the spent !Saturday: night and Sunday Sunday inlay: 1912!) and has liveda
    I. (;Gainesville' guests Thursday of Ardell ])upree spent Saturday and. I evening were Messrs. and
    Jacksonville! Monday, taking/ trNltIi. wore Zary Clayton with Wesley Rosier. life that was exemplary of his of-
    mont from a specialist arid will be''' :Mr. rind :Mrs. A. A. Smith.J. Sunday at Raiford.Mr. 'Crawford, Lloyd Moore, Streetie Oliver Rosier spent Sunday in Lake fice as such, a strong support to his
    " .f;i obliged. to continue his visits and take j !'. White came up from Dupont and :Mrs. J. M. Blackwelder visited Forsyth, Bill and Russell Reddish, Butler. pastor a worker in the Sunday

    I the treatment twice u week for some II' | and spent Sunday at his home nearLawtey. her parents, !Mr.and and :Mrs E. L. Hardee and Fred Sweat, Jesse Millard Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rosier attendedchurch school,, und his home was ever open I
    Rogers, Saturday Sunday. and others.A '
    time. Raiford the
    j at during past to the Lord. His scat in church was
    : Howard Randall, recently returned t Mrs. A. C. Talley is spending u few Wesley Williams spent Sunday with son was born to Mr. and I Mrs. week! I scarcely ever vacant unless Providentially -
    out days this week in Jacksonville.Mr. his cousin Sector Edwards, Tom Moore last week. i I
    from Franco has been mustered ; Arthur Starling and J. E. Starlingwere hindered. His was an
    of the service. After receiving his i : and. :Mrs. Raymond :Moseley, of Mrs O. L. M i7..lIl1n.1 son, Leroy, returned I :Mr. and :Mrs. John Croft, of Branford transacting business in Raiford inspiration to his presence pastor and his
    home Friday after short visit
    I honorable discharge he hurried oft( to Jacksonville spent the week-end in a were visitors at tho home of :Mrs. :Monday.Messrs.. Christian life is indellibly stampedupon
    in Jacksonville.S.
    Atlanta] to greet his happy littlo fo-n- Lawtey at the homo of :Mr. nnd Mrs.L. W. Dubose> and children motoredto I. S. Smith last week R. H. Weaver G. W. Anderson his children as every one of
    .
    fly, then with his wife traveled on to> II i iLawtey L. Sapp. Ft. White :Mrs. M. C. Neal returned Friday Paul\ Johnson and Tube Norman, them are members of Sardis church.
    Sunday. They
    I to visit his parent"'. :Mr.l nr.J i J. W. Byrd is attending/ court in were accompanied of Raiford, were in our section Tuesday -
    I Green Cove Springs this week.W. by :Mr.\ and :Mrs..1. F. Williams. from Englewood, Tenn., where she He will be missed by the people of j
    ,
    \ Mra. J. L). Randall. Howard ]lookedwell / had been afternoon.
    called to the bedside of her the community but much more by his
    .
    r I and happy and hit many ft lends, j E. Torodu was transacting- little grandchild ; Satterwhite Lust Wednesday afternoon as tho model husband
    iness in Jacksonville one day last Josie. pinknton' and wife, of Ala- Evelyn church. Ho was a a
    a here were /more than clad to see him. week. chun, were here on business Saturday. but death came before she arrived. Pinellas Special was going around the loving father, und :strove to mako

    Mrs. M. Shuey came up from Ocnlu, I IS. W. McLeod, of Jacksonville, Reuben Blackwelder\ and wife are Levy Norman, of the Vanderbilt curve\ half mile south of :Manning, the his 'home one of happiness, contentment
    : ,p; : on the afternoon train Saturday. She visiting her parents this week. ] section has been on the -rippled list pilot trucks jumped the track. The and plenty. A large concourseof
    :f I. II met at the station by her old. spent a day or two in Lawtey visiting I train
    was was brought to a standstill before -
    When his body to its
    I' relatives.W. :Miss Myrtle Rogers spent last week lately. seen hopping about friends escorted
    f friend, Mra. E. I P. Sn.vlwith. ] : *..
    I I d..1' whom I II. Hurt transacting li- with her sister in Alachua..Mrs. someone asked: him what was the doing any dllll1a l. last resting place in the family burial
    ;. fche i is spending' a few very win / > lion. J. S. mitch
    ] ness in Stnrke the first part of the S. J. Russell and Georgia Yarliorough trouble but he kept mum. However, was attending to grounds at Elzcy's! Chapel ceme-
    I i If 'i j luyn. week. spent Wednesday ut the homeof we've found out and extend to him business' matters in Elarbee Monday tery. The last sad rites were conductedby
    1 Aid, of CviiM.: E. afternoon
    I .I Tho Ln.lies Dr. E. L. )Mrs. Wiley Williams our greatest sympathies. We've nev- his pastor Rev. J. L. Norris, es-
    .:' church Meld their somi-inonihly inwti visitor to Biggs! Station! was a professional A.1.: 11r"fary! Bohannnn and daughter, er been dog-bit, but imagines it hurts :Mrs. J. :M. Flitch and daughter Miss sisted by his ex-pastors. Revs. E. C.
    i ing Tlnrrsdny, at the ho ',m of .'.lie.I i .l.is. Sapp Sunday. Rosie, :Mrs. Jake Green and :Mrs. Albert -
    ,, and S. Ware. The
    Hlanchard accompanied him. lea, vi"ih'dIrs.! :Mary Thornton Saturday especially when it costs a perfectly J. Dinkins and G. W.
    fiiiodfellow. As usual ;It war n sue'- Griflis spent Saturday: in the river
    afternoon. I good pair of socks nnd a pair of esteem in which Brother Williamswas
    ...... ';1 1'1'11'11" the d 'votional, (''('r- Henry homey returned home lostweek fishing' without luck.
    t ( ( any
    after being I,I :\IJ"J. Cochran, of Gainesville was trousers!' too. Better take warning, held was shown by the sad faces
    hischarg-
    [! i slues. thou: In 1 usiness' in''.'t ng, then, ed from the U. S.honorably went here on business Saturday. Levy, and not visit over in Rosiertown :Mr and Mrs. Bart Register were and the beautiful floral offerings
    i < >.mo the real! I ve s',. .at ha i ilul.i army." Henry ] Hazcn of Brookcr in again until all the bad shut in Raiford Saturday Of rela-
    the pond. He also in thobig Harley was [ dogs are which were profuse. near
    I mll'h.1": Gujd.'o'low! across was !Mrs Thean Harris
    r" cs en jotii 'up. spent Saturdayand
    I
    his
    town Friday, tives he leaves to mourn death
    parade in New York City a few I
    I 1 proved herself charming hostess lays Miss Eva Edwards, ot Old Bradford Mrs. O. J. Jackson and children Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. a wife, five children, mother, two
    the refreshments were pronounced ago.Miss James
    and The Myrtle Sapp, of Jacksonville, spent a few days of last week spent Saturday evening and Sunday Newmans. brothers and three sisters.
    I|, as being delicious. happy party with Mrs. W. Williams and family. with !Mrs. Fred Jackson. L Harris was in Raiford on business
    { showered congratulations upon their spent from Friday to Sunday in Law Whereas, God ,in his wisdom, saw
    t hostess, leaving for their homes just tey at the home of her parents, Mr. Marvin Ilazen, who is attending Prof. and Mrs.!' S. S. Dowling and Saturday.Mr. fit to call our beloved brother from
    before sundown. and Mrs. L. L. Sapp.W. school at Gainesville, was in town Fri Mr. and !Mrs. Olin White, of Starke, and Mrs. Jesse Starling spent his earthly home to his eternal homeof

    t.. M. Redding wasa visitor to day.Messrs. visited friends in this section SUi day. Saturday night and Sunday with his peace, love and joy, on April 2,
    i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall, Mr. and Inman Harrison find Dennis parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
    Baldwin Saturday. We are very sorry to hear of the ; B. Starling. 1919, we bow in humble submissionto
    Bates I
    Randall and Mrs.
    i Howard
    Mrs.
    Albert Jennings, a former Lawtey Roberts were among those who serious illness of Owen Alvarez. Physicians -, Mallie and Vollie Griffls, O. Green his divine will. Therefore, be it
    J left Tuesday for a sight-seeing auto boy, was shaking hands with his attended the social given at the homeof have been attending him con : were in Raiford Saturday resolved, 1st, That we feel our inability
    tour on the Florida East Coast, traveling John Fralick Friday night. They
    friends here last week. Albert has stantly and we hope he will soon be Among those who attended the picture to say or do anything of real
    in Mra. Randall's touring car. nice time.
    o only lately received his honorable discharge report a well and with us again. I show at the State Farm Satur- comfort to the sorrowing ones at
    i S Tuesday afternoon a silver tea was from the army. He was reported Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Strickland, of day night were W. W. Forsyth. Ar- such a time, still in our helplessness)
    given at the Woman's Club. It was I.nke Butler, visited her sister, Mrs.C. ELARBEE extend the wifo
    t ;' dead at ore time. His friendsare thur Starling, J. E. Newmans, W. A. we do to Jbereaved
    given for the benefit of the building glad that the report was untrue. W. Edwards, Sunday. Grims, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunter, and children our sincere sympathyand

    I J fund and under the leadership of soy Gus Poeples, of) Jacksonville, was O. L. Mizell and wife were guests of Elarbee, April 18.-We were gladto of Manning Station. prayers and commend to them theloving
    e f eral of our public spirited Indies turned transacting business in Lawtey. Mrs. W. Williams Sunday. see the rain Friday. Misses Bessie and Gertrude Bryant heavenly Father. 2nd That a

    \, out to be quite successful in its ol>- !Miss Ro..eIary! Hull, of Jacksonville Clarence Scan was the guest of Wesley Rosier has his roof com- were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. page in the minute book of our churchbe
    1 ject. There was a good attendance spent Sunday in Lawtey with friends Sunday afternoon. pleted. Newmans Sunday afternoon. set aside and ascribed to the memory

    anti a fine spirit-everybody doing relatives I !Mr. and !Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson and Remember services at Elarbee Sat- ,, of Brother Williams. 3rd, That a
    their best to have a good time. ClllrC'ncelcLeod: returned to his family were guests of Mrs. Alice Williams urday night and Sunday, 19th and RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT copy of these resolutions be handedto
    I Everyone ought to go to church on }home in Jacksonville, after spending Sunday. 20th. Everyone invited. Rev. Smith, his wife and'others to the Baptist

    Easter Sunday. There will be a very several weeks here at the home of his j' :Messrs. Dewey Fralick and DrewSummers I of Graham, will preach. Brother Wiley Williams!' was born in Witness and Bradford County Telegraph -
    interesting program! and Easter exercises \lt1l'lelnd aunt, Mr. and :Mrs. A. !M. of theKlU'.t Mrs. W. R. Rosier has regained her Bradford county, Florida July 26th, for publication.
    Providence
    by the children< in Grace :M. E. Innclmrd. I j of friends here were, health again. 18C1. He was married to Miss Jennie Respectfully !submitted,
    church !Sunday: morning at 11 o'clock :\Ir'!'. Green Teston. of Jacksonville, I >I Sund.y.Arthur :Mrs.' Eltcr Rosier was a visitor at D. Scarborough in 1800 and united II. C. PEEPLES,
    I'\ (old time). Everybody invited and spent several days last week and this Edwards, of Old] Bradford the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. W. R. Ros- with the :Missionary Baptist Church j. i. nunosE, .

    " everybody welcome. It will be a treat ,'Isilinlrl'llItivC' in and near Lawtey. was in town Sunday. afternoon. ier Th'irsday. at Lake Butler! Florida, during the S. W. DUBOSE,

    Ifr! to those who come. I nwrence Grits, of Jnclsnnville/j Kirkland Lamb one o{ Worthing- Rev. G. I. Wiggins spent Thursday same year. His wife sister Jennie, Committee.

    tiF i' Are you a joiner If so. hero's your, was a visitor to Lnvvtey Saturday.. ton's prominent young business men and I Friday night with :Mr. and :Mrs. died; February 2t: 190) I. To this union Adopted by Sardis Baptist Churchin
    chance.\ Join the nl'Cl'lItl'I1ILr form Pnrmenter from is homo for a few days. R. H. Rosier.
    . ''J.. Johnny came over were born seven children, five of I conference" April (G, 1919.p !) .
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    , Is the Spring Easter Sale now going on at the Cash Department Store. Thousands Rosenberg is content with: small profits. THERE'S A REASON-

    ,,' i of persons from every section of Bradford county took advantage of the moneySMALL PROFITS MEAN QUICK SALES; QUICK SALES MEAN I CAN

    saving prices offered here during the past three weeks to purchase their Spring and REINVEST THE SAME MONEY AT ONCE INTO MORE GOODS, THEREBY :

    i Summer needs Not one dissatisfied customer has left our store. THERE'S A EARNING ANOTHER SMALL PROFIT. And here is the reason fcr my success f

    REASON- and the secret of my low prices !

    !L' '. SAM ROSENBERG IS FAST BECOMING KNOWN BY EVERY PERSON PUBLICITY (By Advertising), QUICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS.

    IN BRADFORD COUNTY! AS THE MERCHANT WHO IS NOT AFRAID OF
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    To convince who have
    those not visited store that I
    my am not indulging in
    t' PUBLICITY. My profits on drygoods and groceries have been cut to the limit at
    ]idle talk, I ask that they compare these prices on drygoods and groceries with what
    & J .' the request of the Federal Government to relieve the abnormal conditions caused

    t by the present high prices of every-day necessities. My prices are advertised, they they are paying elsewhere. We are still giving the 24 pound sack of flour with

    11:1: are thrown broadcast everywhere, because I want the people to know that Sam : every $25 purchase.

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    It I MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS !MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISIIINGS $35.00 Ladies Silk Dresses DEPARTMENTBest NOTIONS AND UNDERWEAR

    I Easter Sale Price ______ $10.45 I
    .----------- Grade
    t' 75c Men's Work Shirts $3 to $4 Panama and Felt Hats Sugar 5,000 Yards Sheeting, Regular 20

    Easter Sale Price _____u_-. ..41I Easter Sale Price u______$1.98 up I $15.00 Silk Poplin Dresses Sale Price un_ ___ ___u .10 cent value-

    ; i5len's! Silk Hose $1.00 1\I'n's Balbriggan Underwear I Easter Sale Price uuuuu__ 6.95 SOc Ground Coffee( Easter Sale Price --__.._--_ .11

    '//J Easter Sale Price ___-.___._ .43 Easter Sale Price ______uu ..451Iel1's $1000 Voile Dresses Sale Price _________-__.____ .18 2,000 Yards Drees Ginghams, assorted

    I Easter Sale Price _____u_-uuuu 4.49 25c Green Coffee Patterns, 25 and 35 cent value
    1.000> Boys' Hose, 35e value Blue Serge and other colors Sale Price __-_____.________ .18 Easter Sale Price _____ _10c-22c.
    $ 1 Easter Sale Price -____-__-_ .15 Pants, $6, $7, $8 Values $:; and $3 Children's Gingham Dresses --
    .' $fi and $11\1'n's Silk Shirts Easter Sale Price __u-___$3.93 up Easter Sale Price _-__-_uu_____ 1.35 Toilet and Laundry Soap 1,000 Yards Dress Ginghams! 20 cent
    Sale Price, cake .____.. .05 value
    !I Easter Sale Price _____u___- 3.98 Large Assortment of Special Rain $7 to $8 Ladies Crepe de Chine and Georgette -- --
    Best Grade Grist Easter Sale Price .__..... .13
    I :Men's !:. Waists. Easter Sale Price __ 4.98 --
    $1 and $5 Silk
    Shirts coats and slickersEaster uuu
    Sale Price ___ ________ AVt 5,000 Yards Merida Voiles
    -- Crepes-
    Easter' Sale Price _______u_- 2.49 Sale Price ________$1.49 upMen's $5 to $6 Ladies Silk Waists Best GradeIeal: $1.25 Value _

    $:\\.00 Men's! Shirts-Latest Styles Silk Hose, Regular 75 cent Easter Sale Price ______________$2.49 up. Sale Price __--__--__--_--. 4V4 Easter Sale Price ----._____49c up
    Easter: Sale Price ___ ___
    1.98
    --u Value and Silk Skirts, Latest Styles
    $6. $8 $10 Extra Good Compound Lard 500 Gauze Vests, regular 20 cent
    $2.00It'n't: Good! Quality Shirts Easter Sale Price uu__ .43 Easter Sale Price _______________$2.98 up Sale Price, Ib ____ .25 value
    !Easter: Sale Price -___...... 1.39 :Men's and Boys' Tennis Shoes uuuu I Caster Sale Price ___ __ _
    one $;;, $fl and $7 Serge and Colored Skirts Bacon-Good Grade ___ ,13

    $UOll'n'8: Good Quality Shirts of our Regular! $1.00 Sellers Easter Sale Price _____--___----__$5.49: up Sale Price, Ib ______uuuu .25 1,000 Ladies nnd Children's Ilats-
    Easter: :Sale:: Price _____u___ .85 Easter Sale Price ______ .55
    Latest
    u
    "t $;J!, $3: and $1 Latest :style: Wash Skirts Best Grade of Flour Styles-Up-to-Date
    $1.00 :Men's Shirts, Splendid Value 50 Pair Palm Bench Pants, the same Easter Sale Price __ _____ ____$1.93 Sale Price, 2J Ibs __ 1.67 Easter Sale Price _98c up
    up
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    !II Easter: Sale Price ___ _____u .05 | !Pants you paid $:i.00 for last yearto J.OuO Ladies Handkerchiefs'
    t Latest Styles Ladies Silk Waists, Voiles and No. 2 Can Tomatoes valued nt
    I h $1.00 :Men's Good; Work Shirts go atEaster Crepe de Chines. Easter Sale Price $1.98 Sale Price _______ _...._ .11 lOc-You can't beat this-
    up ---
    Easier: : Snle' Price __n_.-_. .59 :Sale Price ________$1.93 upi Easter Sale Price .04
    " 1,000 Ladies Fine Lawn Waists No. 1 Can TomatoesSale

    :iOO; Pair Work Pants $i.OO to $3.00 i 75 cent Boys Pants-Worth $1.00 Easter Sale Price ..._______________ .93 Price ___r-____-_______ .09
    Value-Built For :Service:: i Easter Sale Price ___uu__ .89 Ladies! Patent Leather Gun Metal
    3,000"Pair Ladies Hose 25c Value Best Grade Rice :
    Easter Sale Price .$149 :Men's Work Gloves 75 Easter
    Regular cent Sale
    ,l. ----- -- up Easter Sale Price ___uuuu____ .15 Sale Price, sack --,.___.___u 8.90 Price .$:i.3| up
    % :!.\\t tIpn'a: Suits Assorted Wooll'nsT' value :Men's $3.50 Work Shoes
    I and lr8teI--\1I Colors-in the Easter Sale Price _______u__ ..49Boys' 35 cent Percales Easter Sal"
    Easter Sale Price _________ .20 Price 2 'ig:
    . P, uuu !SHOES: FOR THE FAMILY:
    \ I very' Latest Pattern*, This Is one Union Suits, worth $1.00( anywhere Men's Dress Shoes
    high and
    : of the \">fxt lines: wo have! titer !been :o3;; cent Hickory Stripes! Ladies $2.50 White Canvas Shoes Easter Sale Price low

    i 1 able to siTiirf. Prices going up- Easter Sale Price __________ .45 Easter! Sale Price __u_u____._____ .25 Easter Sale Price ----______$1.49 100 Pair 3.49!
    !See: Us for later Suit Las!: House Slippers. $;]0,1
    your $1.00 VnhlIpn': Belts :25 cent
    Hickory Stripes Ladies Gun Metal Shoes, $3 to $6 Value

    I, r, jl Easter Sato t'rir--------.9.93 up Easter Sale Price ______-___ .._,9 I Easter Sale Price ____________..... .19 Easter Sale Price __--_____-- 2.98 Easter Sao! Price 1,17f
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    V f;: IT IS NOT YET TOO LATE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOW PRICES OFFERED DURING OUR EASTER SALE

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