Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 25, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50: Six Months 7.> Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews Editor and Proprietor.

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VOLUME 40. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1919. NUMBER 43.

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NEW DIRECTORY BEING:" PUB- WHIPPET TANK AND TWO : WAKE: \'DISTRICT\ ( ('II .AIRM: EN::' FIRST I.H.OF\ ( BROOVI() CORN":< .l
Llsn EU. 'VETS WILL BE HERE STARKE GOES OVER THE TOP ON' START\ A $1'lIdl'Jo:1Im'i: (; FROM LAKE BUTLERThe ; ,." ,


Men Handling Machine Fought On I This I Loan Will Ito the Kiisiei-t. of -
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The SjtarkeTelenhone Co. has placed Western Front Quigloy liroom Cu., purchased
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an order for printing of new telephone 1 THIRD DAY OF VICTORY CAMPAIGN; I lo Sell first load of Bradford l County broom

directories with the Telegraph job When the whippet tank arrives here - - Tuesday. from H. Tomlinsmi I of I.ako

printing department and they will be the citizens of this city:\. and county I' 1------ __ __. It will ho found that the Victory lIulll'r.11'; Tomlinson grew his corn e
completed within the next ten days. will not only have an opportunity of I 1I -- -- - I Bonds. District! Victory Loan chairmen last! year as nn experiment and l being 1
The directory will be somewhat larger seeing one of the modern lighting machines I MADE 15 PER CENT OVER- week. I throughout Bradford County are' urged inoxporioiicod, allowed the corn to gel a,
than heretofore owning to the growth! but they will also: see two of I I SUBSCRIPTION OF QUOTA I It i Is oxpoctod that other districts to call their committees togetherand too ripe., The result was that this 1
of the list of telephone users and a will have to bo used\ in tho
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the men who operated, these tanks on i will get into running very soon and Blurt a spirited campaign/ to put cheaper
larger number of advertisements. the fighting; front in France. They I -- help keep old Bradford. at the i the county over the top. 1ot1'lIdlIf brooms, bringing loss' to both
Anyone:\, contemplating the Installationof will be in Starke on May 7th. The LAKE: HUTI.Elt1.liln: : GOOD; | According! to the daily report fl'ont'l| It will ho found (that the Victory grower und manufacturer.; '. Toni1
a phone should inform the manage- tank will be a novelty in itself! but the PROGRESS() AND:" WILL SOON:" zone lu-udquartors received in tares Itonds an> file easiest of any issue to; linson 1ms planted more of the corn ,1.i'
ment to insure their name being interesting experience of the men will I Thursday at mum Bradford. stands sell They mature in four years and this your and I will MOO that it is. gathered i I
printed in this directory add much to the thrills.. They will GO OVER fourth in n lift of twelve counties so draw four and throe-quarters per cent, nt the proper' tim for making! tho v It |
Owning to the impossibility of securing arrive at 1117:!\ 1' :M. May Oth. and far making reports. II i iStarke's payable aemi-annunlly. They are i issued best grade of straw.

supplies during the past year leaves 11:37: P. M. May 7th. I| The Victory Bond campaign/:, is to I quoto of the Victory Loan to pity debts niHilo by our government ;Many farmers in, this section urointerested p '
the company has been forced to run The two men who will come to1Stnrkc run three weeks, but Starko needed $27,100 The subscriptions. taken up in bringing till'1ot1"'lIt war to'ii in the growing: of the corn ,
without many necessary repairs on to handle\ the tank while on1 I only t throe" days to subscribe her ''to Thursday afternoon at a. o'clock speedy' end, thus saving the livos of 1"1<1 minty 1 small ;plots will bu ;planted ,
the system:\. that will be made as soon exhibition tyero are B. C. Coachman''' quote of the grout government loan. I foot U.iOO.:!! The name of the subscribers thousands of our young men and the ..,. troth: II:.' following, instruction)! I I
as the supplies ordered are received. and C. N. Wilkinson These men The job was started Monday afternoon nro as follows: I ID. II expenditure. of countless millions more us to cultivation\ and /gathering of tho .
Orders have been placed with the were in the thick of the fighting nt! mid completed Wednesday right: I K.: Knight: __ ._ . 1500.00 of I1WIII' ,'. Thoro" is every reason why crop it will bo a profitable ono for '
munufacturers for months past but the \lihielsali'nt; and the Argonno''' at 1111 open air meeting held at the intersection Brndfoid I I ('ount:11111.I: ..- __ - -$!iOOO 00) pal riotic: citi/.cns 1 should, buy'il'tol'y the farmers" l to take up, otherwise tho :'
as yet they are unable to supply the forest. Those! were two of the lierst of Cull and Walnut Streets. 'Hank of Stir'k'31)00.1)0:{ ) Bonds, and 1 they:\. will do so if they art product is. of little value to the inn iiti. ;

needed articles battles of the war in which the Former State senator A. Adkins, A. !M.! Ihuhy----------- 200.00 asked. by members of the various com (lid(lIl'I'_. ia j iI 11 .
- -- can Army took part. In the Ameri-I county speakers chairman presided! at I D. E.: Knight: . _'_ __ 500.00 mltt.l (.". I
'A battle which lasted several the meeting Csptnin James Stockton V. 1 V. Slnmp-------------- 51)0.001) A short snappy campaign by the ,I ... .,
T. &&tsYa : Coachman had anumber of exciting'I of Jacksonville, who served with ,1. :M. Alvarez la500.01))\) ,, 1 local ,committee ably assisted. by tho I ,., I, b
A r experiences He does not talk much I the U. S. Marines in some of the big IJ.I :M. ':Mitchell _ __ __ __ .10000) ,, Wnnians'' Victory Bund Committee put I
1 of his trjals during the war, but from fighting, made the principal address of A. /. A.lkinOl.h_ _nn_ :2000.00Jolt. Starke over in the first throe days of .
.. what he has said to friends since the evening, but was ably seconded, by I I K.: Wilson---------------:! the campaign. Earnest: enthusiasticwork s. .
;:. reaching Florida, it is known that he Or. C. II. Abernathy and Lieutenant A. O. Andreu-------------- 100.001) | on the part of district 'ommit- I'

4 ( is, at least a practical tank driver.In II. C. Richard. At the conclusion of H. A. Wooks. _ ___ ____ ___ 100.00 tcomen will put every district. in the "
the fierce battle of the Argonne these addresses Mr. Adkins made, a C. A. Kni ht.------------ 100.00 county over by the middle of next i N +

7 forest, he was driving a tank up at stirring;' five-minute talk and called E. George C. White___ _u ___ __ 500.00A. week. asrv
front when the turrett was shot away S. Matthews County chairman, to the W. & G. A. Anderson I Got busy This is the last time our
IIf w by the arritillery of the Hun. His stand to explain the terms of the . _ __ .- n_ u __ :SOpO.OO! government will ask utt for a war loan. + f fI fV ft
II's gunner was killed\ and he took the remains Victory Loan and to take subscrip- J. W. Andrews!_ _ _ ___ hn 2500.00F. Let's not fail to do our fluty. .
of the tank about one half mileto tions. Within thirty minutes members :M. ('rews.-------------- 200.00W. I K.: MATTHEWS: : I

.. the rear and secured a new tank, of the audience subscribed for T. Weeks __ __ _ ___. ___ 2500.00 County chairman.
with the new engine of destructionhe more than $10,000 worth of the bonds. C. K.: Tope._ _ _ ______ ____ 000.00 f
returned to the front and joined' This, with subscriptions already taken '' L. C. Powell-----__ 2000.00( Jacob Ilundel---( ._ _ _ 100.00) ) I

tlI four other of the moving lands forts put Starke over the top with about I ill. C. :Mason_ _ _ __ __ __ 100.00 Mrs. N. Stornberg_ ____ /50.00
i and attacked a village. After capturing 15 per cent oversubscription.So E.: K. POIIldLu _.u_ __ 50.00 Olin W. White--- )(IO.UO .f
iI. I the place five times the tanks far Lake Duller is the only other I'. Tomlinson . __ _ :50.00 Lucile Mitchell __ .. .u 50.00) - ;
were able to hold it by the aid of the district in the county to make are- ... A. 11. Freeman _ _ 10000 II, C. Richard _ _. _ __ _ 500.00
I I infantry which then came up, threeof port. The latest from there shows a I.J. II. Perkins. 50.00) I II .1. I.. Trek--- . __ _ !!50.)0( .;,
i the rive tanks engaged in this fight subscription of about 25 per cent of T. Barrett) 50.00 ;, T.1.! 1Villianls--- 10(1.00( \
were destroyed. the allotment. The! workers arc in I.I. ;M. Truby . . 500.00.) .T. T. ( uigley------- 100.00J. ( .
I At another time Mr. Coachman earnest mid it is believed the district. i DIrs..l.! '' M. truby 500.00 !1-. Kicklitor_ _ u ___ 50.0O ),
suffered from poison gas. This is: one will go, over within the next few daypossibly -., I JT: Campbell . 100.00! ) | I'owoll & I'owolL ._u_ _ 50O.OO 1--. ... ..
i : of the barbarous! weapons introduced i) before the end of the present Dirs.! K.: K.; IViT.vivmn 50.00) N. B. Hull _ _u___ __ 5(1)0'DIiNS )) ) ..
I., into modern war by the Germans. At I ; ,\ IIII'I ill I Kay_ . __ __ 50.00,. ....
another time he was. caught in a gas I I'Iv. .1. 1'pper1nn--------: I I fllI.no .

I attack and tried to escape by climb- Pc.Will l'. Jones' __ _ . . IflO.fIO I. ,
: PVT SAMUEL THOMAS I ing a tree to-get above the gas clouds, .I..hll lIltl"w/ _ 100.00''
when he came to he was in a hospitalfar The bill allotting.: Districts 3, I and 5 of Bradford to :\11'". .I..hn tJgiov-- __ "II fill flit.1 1"N W MAUU
Battery A. 316 Field Artillery, American I to the rear. He does not know ; form W. B. Ynung--------------- r.OIl.1I11) ) ''uf J 111\1.1.11I.1. who has scant MKhlccnmoiillis 1
Special Road and Bridge District) t :No. I and authoring /' \
Expeditionary; Forces. Son of{ Mr. how he was taken from the tree or i I ; .1. I.. \IJnderhill.------------, )

and Mrs. B. J. Thomas, of Dukes.itisOnfy . anything:\. about it. Ho still suffers'' the sale of $550,000.00 worth of bonds to Iviild hard .I:. H. Johns r.IIO.flll civci' ir.i\ Now .it _. from the effects of the gas. 1\Ii s Etta: 'I'ison.------------ rl.flll) S. C .tvv.iitniK In' dui -- These two soldiers who will\ handle'' roads (brick, cement or asphalt\ ) and construct suitable John (Powell _. ___. O.flil
the tank in this city wear gold chev-i' __ . f.O.OIl - ,
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rons for service overseas and also bridges: has been signed i by the (ins erntJr and i is now a W.I.\ Ila'vurd-- 1U1I1I1I1I) :

for wounds received in battle.: Thoy:\. law. The sale of the bonds is next in order and it will be f'. :\1. I'Iuillips------------- 1U1I.1I1I
RememLen: ''arctwo of the 210,000 Americans who :'less, Edwlnll 'I1path ".1111"( ,fly I 1 y;
:I wonon the casualty lists during the pushed with utmost t speed. :Mir Lnrile! , 'I'litum .__ ,dl0uI. Y5 1L
, i war. However after being wounded I I.. A. Davis Jr.-- .._ 10fl))) 110 .!
while fighting for the freedom of the 'I lie bill introduced by+ Uepresenlalive' Crews; declaring ; .1. 11. Gaskhl _ . _____ "'011.1111 i
world they are still\ working for the I .1. ('. Yost.L _ . __ ifill IJI''
f government They will fight/ as hardto legal the incorporation of the town of Starve, providing W :Uorgnn -.-_ u '!1I11.1I0I i

i put the Victory Loan over the top for thc issuance of bonds for improvements at the municipal W. )L'nlsden.---: __ __ !i1l.OO IlloNo
ns they did to push the Hun out of : I C. IL 1\I.'rnnthy. .1. __ __ Ifln.IIO '

LENDING. i France and- Belgium v-__ I plant and for other improvements: was signed by the ,I ;\\h.. .1. G. \IIggs u_ Ifll.IIO( ) ,
i SHill Rosenberg.------- :!'Jf.fIOn.
I, W. C. T. U. RECEPTION) AT :MRS.LIMBAUCiirS (iovcrnor on April 21st. I J. 'I'ntuln-------_ . rlUIII 0ieda1'
] I ;Sirs. T. N. l.imhaulCh :WCI( Oil
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The citi ciis of Starke and of the Special 1 Road and

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. A --PRINTER'S-- - DEVILA ---- the residence of Mrs.' T. N. Lim- "Bridge District are due their senator and representatives a I Total-- -..' .- ... ::11 .!)tO.)1)) ()

, baugh, Friday afternoon from four to vote of thanks for their promptness. in pushing these important I'STET: :/ Till: IUI-TKKKNT/ : ,'' - --
. Printers Devil was pierced to the six, the local Women's Christian Temperance CHURCH I I-.S.: :MIMOlt'iiU.: \II \Y EXERCISES: : :
the heart Union gave a beautiful reception bills through I I I ,t'1'111': :METHODIST: )! ('nllnCH.I ,

With Quoth the he charms to the of lass a,dear"My little dear miss, ere, members complimentary who have to joined the thirtynew the I' Now let's push the sale of the bonds and road build- I pi'cul Last. luster Sunday: day,morning--bright dawned and a cool ty-I i I Confederate, ; .: ;illl !Day will be i
few months.
union during the past 'observed, at tlio Methodist Church
we part of the ing as energetically as our lawmakers. worked to make with flowers' blooming in sweet profusion
kiss." The recption hall and- rooms : Saturday, afternoon, beginning at
Let us seal our love with a and the trees a miracle of resurrected
1 But the maiden replied, as the imp lower floor of this pretty home were the hard roads possible. I life and, beauty I three ()','Iock. a
'. she eyed made more attractive with decorationsof Tho I'reshyerian Church celebrated The foliiwing program will bu given. ,

"Dost think I'd let you revel roses, lilies and potted received plants. Mes-The I And at the same time the city council can bgin to I Muster with appropriate services InvlII'litiun.--Hl'V. C. It.. Abornathy. j
Where others before you have vainly arriving guests were by morning and night, and, largo audiences Quartette, "Our Comrades 'noath
j. tried ? dames. T. N. Limbaugh, F. A. Scott, make plans for }giving Starke the day current and other were in attendance at each service the Sod" -Mosilames, Futch und Ad- '
Nay I'll not kiss the devil!" J. W. White, J. F. Colley\ and J. F. kin, M"SMrM.'lIw.1I\ and (Lane. I
nay; The church was beautifully decorated :
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Kickliter, while Mrs. Freeman intro improvements so badly needed. with flowers Selection-Mrs. Harrick's Kindergarton.

Years passed away, and the sweet duced all visitors. Among the out Rev. Chas. !II. Abernathy an.Creenpry.preached in '
little lass of town visitors were, Mrs. Grace Watch Bradford grow in wealth and population.! the morniiiK from thv subject: The Duet, :Mrs.' )-'utl'hIrs.! Adkins. 5,
Became old sorrowful maid Ford and Mrs. Wm. Butler, of North A.Ifrt"'K.- Diggs. s
an ; Resurrection of Christ Inevitable. The
Riches she had, but then alas! Branch, Mich., Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. I choir rendered special music, a pleas Roll cull of Confederate dead.tjuartctte .
'." of North Carolina Miss Anderson mOver h,
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Murry ,-"Cover t'
Her beauty had all decayed; i iI ing feature being the solo, "Teach Us
Once again they met, and fain the of Archer. I ..1 to I'lay," by Miss Harriet Fox, of With Beautiful ('lowers-Mesdames, ,
The following interesting programwas Kutch and Ailkins Messrs. Powell
old maid I' .. Pennsylvania.
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carried out
Would recall the former issue; I The night service was introduced bya und Law.After .
But the devil replied, as the old maid Piano selection, Miss Audrey''' : ; Hnorod ;concert on, "TheJo ison," these exercises, the Cemetery .!
he eyed, Snellgrove. of the famous world singers brIng Committee: will ,decorate the graves ofConfederate
many
"No; the devil now wouldn't kiss you!" Song Paul Ernest Knight I j I 1 hoard in joyous praise in this way. Soldiers with flags. ,
Reading,-Miss Iris Epperson. Several of the selections wore fromflandel's wreaths and 1 (lowers. It i il4 the custom
LICENSE TAX DODGERS( Solo, "Sons of America"-Mrs. J.I! Messiah/The pastor follow",1with to placu flowers on the graves of
E. Futch, uccopaniod by Mrs. I). C the Federals and the committee will -
WILL PAY DOUBLE TAX. a short address! on, "The Christ
Jones. .i The point an addition, to this list. trIl.tl'1'ISTCIi1
f ian's Hope, Resurrection of the
T. U. Its ,
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Address t - -
To date there's a number of professional Mrs' c Y ll'ulv' and Life Everlasting.:
Principles and Achievements, :HCII.Hun""y .
k men, drvggists, merchants and z 7r I I-'lower" with Easter: greeting wore !,
D. E. Knight. f
garages in Bradford County who have "nt to the aged and t the shut-in members -
for IHfc Heciations,-Joseph Poppell. Ma of the church.At school It 1&. m.
. not paid their lincense! tax
ElizabethBrownloe.
. Piano selection,-;Miss : worship I 12: a. m.H. .
Morning
'. This tax Is due and the law requiressuch the Methodist Church there wereervires
to be paid, on October 1st of "The Hour and its Need" < suitable to this. glorious diy, Y. I'. 11. soniiir and junior 8 I'. M.
each year. They are now seven months Address, K v. J. C.. Diggs occupying the pulpit Evening Worship,
in arrears and shortlyo the list of -:Mrs. F. A. Scott. both morning and evening. Tho Prayer :Mooting !0 p. m.
Piano and violin selection,-:Misses who attended thu Easter serf
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delinquents will be given to the state "h ''r'hVa. tastefully decorated with
comtroler and State attorney for action Snellgrove and Law. write Easter: Lilies, the splendid roil vicos morning' und, night appreciated
looking to the collection of same. Chorus,-By fifteen ladies.At an aryllis and, choice roses. A hoau- the lovely floral decorations, the workof
the close of the afternoon re 2!! :Mrs.' T. N. I.irnbaugh, Mrs J. F.
When this is done the delinquents are 'if ,d I feature feature of the decoration
freshments of cake and cream wer.- KI..kllll'1'Irs.; W. J. Epperson! an,1IIth'r.
to a double tax and all costs wi a table) In memory of Lieut. Rav
added subject in. The collector has been len- served by Misses Delia Bcilling Doris White and private I.nnior ) )Jrnkl'. Tho ... The cull to the Baptist of the ,1',
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withthese tax dodgers but the Scott, Jessie Thomas; Mesdamcs. 1 'l"-i, orations used for this. table weroI South to save an enlarge their educational
ient, F. Colley, W. J. Epperson; II. L institutions comes no less emnhuti'ully -
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matter will soon he taken out of his I S. flags, red and white roses and
Brownlec and J. F. Kicklitej-. Mmviolets..) because awry denomination
hands.: When this is done double tax Q '
and costs will be collected promptlyfrom r ; van I fader the mnnagement of Mrs. E. I is bent on tin ''"11I'* happy objectivejust
the offenders. THE: IfARNES COMEDY CO. J K ferryman the children of the Sun- now. Southern \Baptists! are putting
.----- ii"chonl rendered a pretty program on a five your program to endow.
EIIIIIIT OF WAR RELICS. Besides the regular round of enter, -t previoii" to the preaching their schools. old, colleges to aggregate -
tuinment furnished by manager JulIan .. !throe, million dollars. The members
the Bat The K'.r'l of this church are hereby urged
of City ( at the Gaiety this week choir accompanied by 1Jv
Sampson
J. Frank Jones, to ,do their part. The drive I Is now under -
from the service, nes Comedy Co. has had a week's engagement mil violin, furnished special Ea:
recently discharged exhibition at the store at the theatre, giving the music ; Mrs. A. /. Adkins sang "The the leadership of L.C. I'owell.
hat placed on patrons a treat in high class! musical Holy City," her" splendid voice beingat .- ,
interesting
of J. M.: Alavarez an relics, cOI-1 comides, dancing and vaudeville spec- r its bent. Immediately before the Responsive Scripture Reading.
of war
lection german home ialties. Their engaement will close ,ormon :Mrs. Weeks read a most stirring \Publicity given to tho Victory Loan
succeeded In bringing
he It consists of helmit torn bysharnel Saturday night and the manager: an- appeal for the Centenary: Church by Col. J. E. Futrh. ?
him. belt buckle a with, "Gott Mit nounces that he has reserved the best: fund and Victory Loan. O tfertory, :Mendelsohn's. Spring
Pictures in The folowing Song, duo and organ,-:Mrs. D.
it 'alalery rifle, for the closing nights.: program was presented piano
Uns belt, stamped of machine on a ammunition, connection each night i PVT. Wm. T CREWS ClOKP.: MAFiRL.WS: : ( : at the morning service in the Baptist C.' Jones and Elizabeth Brownloc.Athem. .
a gun For The Day Is ;
rounds awardedto On Wednesday evening the splendid Church: "Sing
holding German 250 soldiers, and a cross Prussian officers concert band of the Dames Comedy I Soldier son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crew, (\ Highland (Doxology, Breaking."

dress helmit mask,for an American American flshtures dagger -- front Company of the gave Bradford an open-air County concert Bank to in Private William T. Crews volunteered (for .rrvire June I II I ;1)17, landed Invocation.Hymn,-"Dny of Rent and Glad- Scripture Prayer lesson. *, a

areas assist in the Victory Loan drive. Alter in France Sept. 1918 and was being rushed to the f front when the armistice ne"..." ,. j Sermon.
citizens Word. of Instruction .remini "All hail The Power of Jesus
the meeting was over the and Hymn,-
the bringing home of "booty"Mr. signed. Corporal fvlarion L. Crews entered September '
In of Manager was q : service the Name?'
showed their: appreciation licence by pastor.
Jones say in smuggling many of the in boys trophies were Bames' courtesy in extending the use 1917 and has been at Brest, France for several month helping'in 4 Hymn,-"Christ. The Lord U. Risen Soloist,-Mrs. A. E. Wall. ....f. I".

of successful the battlefield, one, south Florida of his his performance band and changing by attending the hour en-of the work of construction of camps for homeward bound noldirm.i1 Tolay.Announcements." At Chorus the,-organs-Mrs.Mrs. J. E. Futch.I). C. Jonas.

soldier even bringing In a machine\ I the Miss SnelIltro Te. "'
Germans. masse. Anthem.-He/ Is Risen" At piano,-
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day P. :M. Miss Victoria Douglass; of Alachua -J
edn Cuo J. :S.; lirown was in Lake Butler l is the guest of Miss Rosa Surrency !
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mSES tlkfk day on business. ri-1 this week.

I W A I W. I.. and Eugene Douglass W. 11. !Ncwson and family of
i t' a business trip to Bland; Alachua Graham; were the guests of his
4 County; Saturday I I brother, C. II. Newson ; Saturdayand
II. attended the burial Sunday.
E. Puuglass!:
t t /7 of his sister. ; Mrs. Lydia Anderson; at' :Misses. Rosa Surrency and Victoria
I IN y Sew Hope Saturday. { Douglass were pleasant callers at

IP> IP I1 J t4 / nA r a ? Master Joe! Jones; of Lake llutlerJ'; bh s. M. Pinholsters' Friday afternoon
( r ',Ini 11t! < 't '1' u' IV r: dl l ;Rill lrn' "% i I IliII i ll T1yIiT 1 visited Euric Brown There are a few young people from
{i 9,1! s 71u !; 1'14' k B 1'H'4 i IIIIIII I II I NOT,51SLErTNt ;= Sunday I our community enjoyed the egg pip-
y''>flJ I ?i IIII y '' NI Tommy Chancy of Lake Butler of -Miss Lucile
J9p'4 ;{IS 4 ,'I Pr .1 I IIII I ''ll II ; ; ping given at the home
4r III III I I spent the week-end with Wilbur Hurrt-ll Saturday night They report
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I rl'r < !I( { V I II i I I i h Bro\\ ". a nice time and plenty of eggs
d II I i I i is Fred,l Chancy; of Lake Butler visited -'\ Oliver and daughter j
:Mrs Alice
; ; ,> ir r4l},; +II a I IIII I I III IIItiijG9 friends! and) relatives in this community : and Cantoe andMiss
I ffkk ryr II l Mamie; Willie; May ;
' r Saturday uid Sunday. Vera Surrency were the guestsof

r ; ll I I II I I I I { I I I I I I I I I ari yu was M'-s the Eva gucstof Brooks Miss; of Sallie Providence Waters, Mrs. M. Pinholster Tuesday after-

', ,,,ilf f tJ ..,. ; ; >,,1 I1111h11t1 I I INIIIi. I II r Sunday. I I noon.
I, l% i I II I Mrs. E. B. Ileiss has returned from Mrs. C. M. Andrew and l (children
, t tu ; : ;% ? Intt! < I, it lpl'' I I IiI Jacksonville; where she has! been Want-lie; Harley and Fay; visited her
) ;', ,, d> >71, I i0: Y 4i I I I I I } y f I visiting her daughter; :Mrs.M.!: II.Hatchell. daughter; It'll. C. 1 It.( Newson of this
section ; Sunday afternoon.
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I jllll i'ri jii h4i IfiIihGj: r'w1' I Ihh II, 1L1 eaaNe o :Miss Flora Clower; demonstrator '\'. M. Andrew and Miss Fny An-
VI I Cw1C0r in domestic science, attended a meeting drewwere visiting at the :Surrency
till I ii'1,l 'I I Ili% 1a 4';ah' ,I Jrr;;;41+. r 1 I II'' e I { k I I I I I II III n.I. I p ,ulll n 111111 I i of the canning club here )last Fri- home\ Thursday afternoon
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t ,llrq 'a b r <111 ryyl'tiel; ,;!;+.?y71 ( I ( I j I pldlll When company: comes I day.O. W. Caswell ; County Agent was The entire community was saddened .

} .1M, t1 Ii, II9 ty4; ,;:y {I II ;,, ; ', II 1+ I there;: is no time to here lust week vaccinating hogs; for by the news of the death ofGrandma
,4 Alln I;,. 1 ; I ;,; r I II } y tl u I I waste-no chances to ( Anderson. She died Friday
I II J, L. Brown. Every hog raiser in
I I be taken-so mother Bradford County should have his hogs morning at 4:20: o'clock; she had
'+ , k.nl .; ill I II doublc-treatad against cholera been ailing for some time but the
vWm; ;hlk IIII' I I ..I l/ls/ II I I sees that there is always !- ; as
rJr red NnM iii Jw.u t; e Ib I I I I { I of this is the only preventative known. Lord 1 knew best for he called her to
ndhpA I II
T rJII a can
I AunJ.om.pnP pnunJ ,.nJ hull. I ; I i I CoPM I Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. IcLeucl, of her home above where there is no
+ '+ I pound tin humid*nunJ M r/, yl I I I p. IIR'; ,tp py N J. iaynulJri' F1 Jacksonville; are visiting relatives. more sorrow or suffering. She leaves
{ f/iaf cryHot cfm.v itluma, Ma hun- .n i>c/ur' rwnnd wan IN I I II I Il.r'L.. , ,i.'''Y' Tub..ou W CALUMETi here for a few days :Mr. McLcod is host of relatives and,I friends to mourn
+ PnnMp mmarnrr lap fi a fSi1 f , rU01'I'i; 4 I e., ; attached to the Fire Department in her departure.
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uonJl/Run ,
x p.r/scf 1 '' ll ; , : ?ihil ,,; ; ? ,;, ,Cl "' ; I r i R her!'. Never to return
s on hand.1 Cakes, Mesdames. : E. II. and W. L. Douglasswere I We' know thy place t.
.p 1 I ly., .li II. .I ?4%.<:Jo-n ff VI 'V 1 1 r I I dou.'JhnutsmulTins: [ and !stopping in Lake Butler ono day I Can not be filled)
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'I'f! pIlyidi'la, ') rl'4)IihJIIIII 4'' ) ; : ; ;yJr ''ili I lj.ll? :: Mj f.YS i'I% WdI'I i I I I I I ,I all good things li> eat last week Yet for thee we yearn. i,,

i ti' III, ,;r F,II ',.1 JV e.4'" : nrl+'>;!Vli? ;?g : ?ys 'Y I { { I II IIIII , I' must be dressed up in PINE HILL. ? SETTLED': IT .HIMSELF; -:- .:
W i wiiilSlW-J!,,fc!!'* their best tasth and s

J ' it flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke ., looks. Pine Hill April :25.;!: -Carl Ward is I Mother f"%Vhy didn't you tell me
t '' PUT visiting his grandmother for few when\ that boy threw stones at you,
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I', than you ever before collected I P. A.'s built to Then, too, her reputa- days. He has been in Uncle SIII11'SS'rvll'e iUHt"II."r\ throwing them back?" I j

t +( ,\I . .1 : : '?? lit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands I It has the tion as a cook! must for quite a while: but now has hid-;< -.1'.11 you ? Why, you could I.
ft _ I' be upheld and she : an honorable discharge. n't hit a barn door."
1 ",. ; ; c jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran "stakes" it on Calumet I ISSr
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I\i\ against I cvrrytime.\ She knows it'v.'ll f

1 what whale of Prince Albert is R; : not disappoint her. :\>
I'I:;,, Just a joy really you want t ,
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1d j!; ,', reS to find out the double-quickest thing you: do next. And, put Order. a can kind and of have:bakings the'iipany" xmy *-* ...l'..

I o: I i it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without i iR.tt .Ilt'r_, day.Calumet t.. .

tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process contains only such .. f w ,. N. all...'./
i 4 cuts out bite and parch. !If ingredients as have been ..
approved officially by the :.t
l Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy U S. Food Authorities. 'ii.

pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to You rays when you buy it.

I beat the cards Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is so Van >.?. when you use il. ,

't good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke!

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--- Rosier W. A. Griffis, J. E. New-
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:, :!: lDld@et fQ0.lUtdmi0l0i9l! iaiptCBfiGm mmmmmmmm i> max>> t day of the past week. mans, J. E. Starling and Arthur

IalCLe I S. .J, Starling was among the visi- Starling.Rev George Smith was a guest at
I J' tors to Highland Saturday and attended the home of Mr. Mrs. R. B. Rosier
[ News Items of Thirty-two'Years Ago and
/ .J Church while there.L. Saturday night. r Ili 1 giut, I 9I
: S. Carter was a business visitorto W. A. Griffis was a business visitorto i tl, '

,t ._ ._.....Mfl1 WMWmlltll4WWCllaiMCISMWt6IDWIflUl% '.IWtatMm WaUlUiiAtU'MiMU. lnnfmmt4OMSM+" .,,,,,,"" l.awtey Saturday evening.Mr. Jacksonville Sunday. QI QII INI II M al
f i'. t and Mrs. II G. Perry; of the Hunter Raiford passed through {
: January 22, 1887LAWTEY it has. made during his. absence of one Tike View section spent Saturday Ellerbee Monday en route to Knabb li
( : year. night and Sunday the guest of the lottcrs prision camp.J. I
"J Tho laying of brick has begun on The best garden we have had the parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. E. Newmans was visiting friends Women can be sure of receiving
the building which in to bo. biiill by J pleasure of Hoeing! this season is. owned Starling. ant.? relatives at Manning Sunday.Mr. I
( t 'apt.: Buri-in for occupancy by Col.Shipnian \. by Mr. J, J. White at Temples I' Barney Lang was visiting. friendsin Elison: Hosier and wife spent f courteous attention in this
ii'i a store. It is. estimated, Mills. this community Sunday evening Sunday* night,:( with !Mr. and Mrs. li. B.. y
I that it will contain uliout HI);(a01)!()() brick. A little fire that might have beenl!i lien: and Leo Wilkinson way transacting Rosier. institution. t
: Tho planting) of trees is in order. a serious alTair oocurcd I in front" of business in Highland, Saturday I ''ii .
.. nml it IH to \bv hoped", a large. \ number.I Truby 1 & l IIl1vi,,' .store on :Monday, of ] W. A. Starling and son Horace, MILLER.Miller \Ve invite
:'ft of livo oaks or older .shade} .trees. will 1111wl'l, Several men sitting on thelittle accomplished by I.. E. Starling weretrnnsrn P1; ( I, not only you to open r

be set iilong, the streets.. As tho uborijriiml I t l; bench.. iimler' tile front window , ting business, in Jacksonville April 2:>.--Thu Easter egg IV f a personal account with us, but
I fore i.s when passerby I discovered n small\ I of the week.Mis of .'
: t cleared away; there Saturday past hunt given under Uie: auspices tho | f
fcliI ought to bo lines und I belts of evergreen tire muter the sidewalk old called. the! ; i 1 Ii'n' Stnrlin;? was. a visitor to I Fa'ceVHI Itaptist :Sunday; School on, i t I 1 I we also ,will be glad to give you
timber growing, up all over the' attention of others" to. it. Keforo: u Stake Saturday. lust :Saturday:; afternoon was a big !: the benefit of advice
I "' ornniru groves\ a'caiiinst the wind Imtkct of water could be got,:( and Midair I'lid-rett' passed through! I Bucrt'Hs.' All the children in a radius: }I our and if
.. which are likely tu become more poured on it was quite u bluer This is th; community Friday of the past church at (3 I o'clock! 1'. M. and there experience in other business ,!
never1 us; tho county is. opened 1 up. a lesson. to smokers; it you will week.Airs.. \\'us some children too; at least one 1 1 i
UAMl'TON: KIUOkt''u; kind enough for others W. A. Ccu ll I children: nt- hundred and twenty-live were present; < j J Jr4 matters.
tI Ii; suko to I blow out your. match tended Church at Highland Sunday.Miso and when they were turned l loose in'' , I'
Mr. l.C'U I Johns had, the misfortune :Mr. ,1. W. Itollingsworth arrived l p
; : Eli e Starling spent a few the beautiful pine grove surroundingtlie C
1l one tiny last week of being seriously homo sorely this 'Vl''ldIr.: HolImgsworth days! with her. parents in this ",,,,tiol). I I curch thl'rcVal a scramble among, d' l c W We are never too busy to be \
J Injure! by hit; horse taking' fright, ; after visiting Jacksonville :Messers.! II. S. and, C. B. Starling! the smaller ones to she who could find\ d N pleasant
!i whirr' I h"1" !; hurnc4sed, to the cart und 1 St. other ,
Augustine, and pointsof tended Church at Highland Sunday., | the greatest number of ett! : '. After,
cntthiiijv: Mr. Junes in the curt I threw intmest' returned" to. Starke and .
I ; U.: II. Carter and son Henry made the elt'lSVct'e all found and counted
t him "1;lIin.\t a stump which resulted before, len\mg for, his home; Princeton II'i..it Jreen( Cove Springs Friday dozen. They then ,
to there 27 were
were \
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
I' in his $-$ - - - $ $-$
\ splitting from his foreheiul
scalp. .
Ky. ; expressed; himself better of the past welt pluced on the spacious] table juul i\l\\
in tin- ha.'l k part' of same; so that -ati.sliod. with Starke. than town1he ''
any Mi' (irnve Padorwtt spent Sunday had. a jolly time eating Raster eggsafter :
1 the s> alp| dropped' entirely loose on one had visited in "Florida. > evening the guest of :Miss Carrie which I Kov. M. A. Woodurd inlvitcil Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow
half I"
., I thought to *be injured.STAUKK :Mack colored. ; was burned to I the Fred, and. Parting Carter visited delivered, u most interesting Sermon. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
:: ':'round boat Stftiday' night There their ninny friends in Maxvile Sunday l ev. W. A. McDonold: 1; of ColijuiU;
I Kuv. W. II. :Malphurs, begins a was no. insurance. The house was entirely evening. Georgia" ; is visiting his son-in-law Bradford financial
Weeks' !tw'lilllSutllt'IIIV\' before the new and all finished except the'; H. S. and, C. U. Starling were visiting and daughter; Rev and Mrs. M. County's Stronghold
' '" 4th Sunday in this month; pivaching I windows and doors.' i i their frieiuN in Maxville Sunday Woodard Rev :McDonald. is a A.\ ESTABLISHED 1889
( lit Santo Fe Pond Church in tho day; ST.VKKE SHIPMENTS.; : 1 evening. ter of the old school having been \ STARKE FLORIDA I
l and at school house at this t place. at I ti Starke; 1 Flit, Jan.' 'JAs:: an evidence I\ Wilbur Parish was. visiting: in this I 'reacher in the Free Will I t n I
.. t' night. of the growing. importance of community Sunday.Mr. Church nearly fort year He
There was two droves, of horses' anil Starke as shipping point' for oranges" ,:( | and :Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson. and preached. two interesting Sermons ---.-; .: -.- : ..-a. ..' :".'r..._:":--. -: =-
mules fur sale\ children Richard and Sunday. -- --- - --- -
this neck by here Saturday ---i
in town and and sea island cotton we submit the accompanied : ": iflll
all the traders in the county have had f..l1owinlCIt'r: a careful exumina-1 Lang were transacting business in Dr. Maines and. family; of Lake r -
1; a fair show nt them ; and. have taken Lion the books of the "Florida Railway { Stnrke Saturday.E. I I Butler; were in this community _Sun- ,
every advantage: of it. ami Navigation Company at this. |I S. Starlimr was greeting: his. --
I'r' J, O. llayiiMS. has his Mental point, we lind that the shipment of many friends In'this community Sun- MICKIE SAYS
'J parlors now fixed. up in elegant style cotton from Sept 1 ; to Jan. 22, 1887 day.Misses I
over the new brick store of N. J. amounted to 8-4:1: bales. or to something Rosa and Dora Carter attended :
1" Jones' ; where ho will be pleased to see over $t>:{,225. Orange shipped Church at Highland Sunday. \P YOU'VE FOUND AOULLOOO p I,
f. nil desiring. his. services.If from this place between the above I Charlie Mosley. passed through this ;lo OIIL LOSE VOUa Pet
t the town council would) fill\ up the dates; by freight; express and in carload community Thursday evening. WM4-r TO BUY A I 9--- I
I It mud boles in the street; between! the lots; 7OHO; one-bushel crates; or; I. N. Starling, of near Lawtey, attended Lreeaty BOMO oa wAN1
; postotTiee and ;Mrs. Hoyt's Store, it counting IHt oranges. to the crate; Church at Highland,:( Saturdayand '(o SELL 14e FAMILY FLIV
\ would helps' the looks" of the town 1,1'JO.UOO:! oranges which returnedto spent Saturday night the guest of Via ?Ab( A cHANCE. ON I
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very much. the owners and placed in circulation his: brother. ,. I oua u'u wiAN'T ADS. tv e> THE UNIVERSAL OAR
l'ol..1. I K. :Martin has: moved into here between $12,1)1)0) ) and $1 I.IIUII for L. M. Mosley of Jacksonville filled < HAO.OV.SAM ANy'rl IIPI
OON'-f
the Horum House and will open in a oranges alone; and nbout $77,225 for his regular appointment at the Highland CO9 PEP
few days a No. 1. hotel.' Col. ?:MartinIs Church Sat IHE GOT -XH6 into the
cotton and oranges; to say nothing of baptist Saturday, 'It's no longer necessary to jjo
, nn old hotel man ami will dn his the shipment of vegetables of all urday night and Sunday with quite a BUN-LEEV6ME
\ best to please\ his customers. The kinds in their season. Owning to large attendance both days.L. details describing the practical merits of I

I' name will be changed to Kentucky last winter's disastrous, freeze: our :M. Carter was a visitor to Highland I the Ford car-everybody knows all about I i
; lI"ulI"VI.. .' predict for him a grand: orange 1'1'(1)VII" reduced; at the very Friday morning I of the pnst week. II
t I si I .tI tI". least ; to ono-half: and many estimateit I H. H. Hudson. made! .his usual tripto 44 The Universal Car." How it goes and .
;Mrs. II. W Kppeition:" is moving at a tvvd" thirds reduction.'' . With .Jacksonville. during the pat weeK.
.. her large stock. of millinery goods to the number of trees: coming into bearing Charlie Wilkinson was: a visitor to come day after day and year after year l
S Lake" Uutler. We ale sorry to see her each year the crop will be immense G..en'm'c\ Springs Thursday of the
"1 I iro; but under the circumstances we within the next five years. past week.S. at an operating expense so small that it'si
" ; I ''ave nothing to. sii' > ; simply resign' "Four-fifths of the oranges shipped'' J. Starling was visiting. in this i wonderful. This advertisement is to
I rliilm to I.. 11. and think while we are from Starke this season were grown community during the past week. rp
I If'; \' j loglng) ono of tier most f.I'ur"uulo'h\ within a radius of six miles of this 11. B. Hudson was transacting business Q u urge prospective buyers to place orders
I i ten they will gain a most extimat- in Green Cove Thursdayof '
; point. ",.t"e are told we are too Springs C'G'
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able lady. far north for successful orange grow- the past week. without delay. Buy a Ford car when
I On lust Tuesday evening we had Easter Sunday Is over once more,
ing.-Savannah News \V c'lI take
can one. good
f'. the pleasure of listening! to the entertainment but hope we will all be together on ; you get care

.I I g' given by the scholars. of I I I l'I.IIII.L.. next Easter Sunday.. Good luck to all. j of your order-get your Ford to you as
Prof.Young's school, or in other
words, ; the concert at Orange! College..1 I Clay lull April 25.-Every body In KLLARBEK.Ellarbee : II soon as possible-and give the best in"afterservice"
t W. C. 1'. U. will meet Thursday afternoon I
this section is working with K willing when required.
t" at 3 o'clock at the residenceof mind and all ways ready and waitingto : April 2S.-Henry Phillips (
:Miss Florida Mcufee.Mr. II
l' work. I was visitor to Raiford Monday.
; ; flank It. Kawson; of Hornellsville. I I Mrs.! W. R. Rosier left Friday for
N. V. i visiting in the cit, > ; he C. M. Hudson and daughter. Lavina several days visiting friends and ki 1'1' FORD GARAGE
and' l>r. W. M. Hudson; of Jacksonville I
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't\:' Is a brother to Mrs. W. E.: Onvn.Tho spent! Sunday the guest of their relatives.F.llarbee'ji: Church was w..IlItU..nd,1ntnrd"v
to town council have j jlone. one :Mrs .
[ .iivnts. Mr. and Henry lludon -
(x gee+I thin-r: and that is. t.nxinir thebeef : of this. community. right and Sunday. Kev. ;\ A. W. & G. A. ANEFFSCN:, Proprietors :
Smith delivered a wonderful mosMrs. -
I' -. markets" ,; give them all an equalchance. I K.: 11. Carter and sons Ih'"ry-m;.;;, IIa/) '... : STARKE.
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-4 I three business. trips to Jacksonville. ; . G \\'. Rosier spent Saturday chlU Tonicnuton \ ii
Tasteless
Mr. E.: V. !Newborn t.'rnwrt'r, ,|"r.tu the past week.'i" night with 'her sister Airs. R. O. Urovw' I' ht:lli
oo' th v ()ran'rr Lent paid. us a nil anil :Mrs. I.. W. Wilkinson and Stoke. *Mt ant,aad energy b" i3rlf"U: >.. sad ear '. I
yesterday.. (He sneak very encoa'aa: children Irene Katie and l'lIvl,1mu.11 The ones Attending show here Saturday rirhiug the "Wd. You. an ...on f.... .&00 :Dcnugthpuma It - - -:- .-.__ _u _ I, .
of'starke! and the rapid gro" h business Fri.r.lfu4.q lovlgurmtlna I'''.", < Nt
ingly to
j a trip Ijiwtcy night from Ellarbee were: W. I
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1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE, FLORIDA r.\.K; 'IIIUKK:

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THE ROAD KILL Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00)), con- tees shall have the entire control, !1 Trustees for special road mind bridge,
,Ulitioned for the faithful performance supervision, care, construction and district in Bradford County that may 1 I
A BILL to be entitled, An Act to Cre- of his duties; the bonds so given to be maintenance of said roads and bridges .be irppomted by the Board of County \
ate Certain Territory in )Bradford approved by the Clerk of the Circuit provided. to be constructeil in Section ''Commissioners of said County' under! : .l

County, Florida, into u Special Road Court of Bradford County, Florida. ;J! of this Art and all other roads and the (provisions of Chapter tiJOS: laws Y' HISLE': is' 1
and Bridge District; and to Legalize The premiums. on said bonds shall be! bridges in said district, and shall have ''of' Fluridu, Arts of I'.Ml"! and all :
and Validate the Building and Con- paid out of any funds belonging to the custody und control of the monies | laws or parts of laws in conflict with rJ 1
struction of Certain Roads and said special road and bridge district. arising from the. said. sales of said the provisions i of this Act be and the I ( .
Bridges Named Therein, and for tho 'J 1 hat the elections for bond trustees bonds. That the construction of the same are hereby repealed, and this
Issuance of Bonds to pay Therefor, ,shall be held within the said special suul roads. and bridges shall be a- I Act shall take effect upon its passage

and the Appointment of a Board of road and bridge districts and only I warded to the lowest responsible and approval; or its becoming a The Greatest Name .
Bond Trustees, and to Invest Said qualified electors "residing therein bidder who hall give bond in some law without\ the approval of tho Governor -
Trustees with Certain Powers and shall be eligible to vote. Notice of Surety Company, authorized to do .

Duties, and to Provide for the Use said elections shall be published according business in Florida, for the faithful -----...- .- -- In Goody-Land
and Control of the General Road and to law and the inspectors and I performance of the contract in such LEGAL INTKKKM': : RATE: TO UK .j
Other Funds, Collected Within Said I. clerks of said elections shall be ap- I sum as may be determined by said SIX PKK(: CENT:: IF GUEEN; :
Territory for Road Purposes I| pointed by the Board of County Com- 1 Bond Trustees; said bond to he in' BILL 1'\Ho: Es, ,t I,
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of missioners, and tho said board of favor of and approved by said Board I
the State of Flroida: I County Commissioners shall canvass of Bond Trustees. The Board of BondTrustees Tallahassee} April 17.-An attempt ,J
Section 1. That the following described the returns of the said elections and shall give notice by advertisement is to be made to reduce the 1'11of :
territory in Bradford county, declare the results thereof and the at least once a week for at interest in this state at the present. I
Florida, to-wit: That portion of Brad- :I' said elections shall be held in substantial I, least four consecutive weeks of awarding session of the legislature. bill of V 1,1
ford county, Fla., lying cast of a line conformity to the law governing any contract. Said Board of Bond thai description was. introduced in W) I,'
beginning at the boundary line between general. elections. The cost of Trustees may reject any nnd all bids the house today by Mr. Green; of
Bradford and Baker counties said elections shall be paid by the received and re-advertise the same Bradford. !It provides:' that the legalrates q
at the northeast corner of Section Board of Bond Trustees out of any until a satisfactory bid. is received ef interest, shall be six per cent ,. 1 1I
Twenty-one ((21)), Township Four ( I ) funds in their hands belonging to the Said Board of Bond Trustees may let ,, and l that in no case shall mure than : ,
South, Range Twenty ((20)) East, and said special road and bridge district. the contracts for said roads and eight per cent be rollortiJ. A misdenieunnr :' -
running south on section line to tho Any vancnncy occurring in said Boardof bridges in units of construction as penalty is fixed \>f the llrstolFenso V EYRrr
northeast corner of Section Sixteen Bond Trustees shall be. filled by to said Board may appear best. and 'live humroll! dollars. or \.
((16)), Township Five ((5)) South, Range the remaining members selectingsonic Sec. 9.) The Board' of Bond '1'1'1111't.s three "llI'';' imprisonment for a second .
Twenty ('!0)) East; thence east on sec person who is a qualified shall employ a trained and competent otTeiise The full text of the bill
tion line to the northeast corner of elector and freeholder residing engineer or engineers of experience folows.Sett .
Section Fifteen ((15)) Township Five within the said special road and who shall make detailed ._ .rtPER FCCT GUAi nsTS '
1 1. und after l'''
((5)) South, Range. Twenty ((20)) East; bridge l district who shall hold office plans and specifications covering all ion Upon the ,
thence South on section line to the until the next election when such the roads and( bridges mentioned in passage nf this act the legal rate ofinh.I'.t I II Ir

northeast corner of Section Twentytwo vacancy shall be filled by the. electionof Section 2 of this Act and the ('lIlin\1 in the state of Florida shall I I LJL' L 4 i N1.WRIGLEYS - 1., I In
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South fill the six (IU( I per cent. :No; person or ? <
( :!:2)) Tttwnship Five ((5)) u person to unexpired lclnt.Sec. or engineers! employed shall siiperiiiitend '
Han'e Twenty ((2tl) East; thence easton . 4. Said 1 Board of Bond Trustees the entire (execution of the contract ''' persons firm or corporation shall I '
section I line to the northeast cornerof is hereby. declared. to be to Body or contrails for construction,1'' contruit for or receive Mime than L ,
(23): ) Town- Corporate. und. shall .loot eight ( SI>)> per feiil.See. .
Section\ Twentv-threo s common and no contract or contracts for ,
ship Five ((5)) South, Range Twenty; seal and i- hereby. authorized to sue struction shall be entered into 'ulI-1) :2 Any person or persons, firm '
South section Imd l bo sued nail to contract and be or corporation. found guilty of the
((20)) East; thence on such plans and specifications have I i
.
a violations of this' act shall \be
of Section contracted. with, and is delegated. to : punishable -
line to the northeast corner been duly approved by said Board of
' Township Five ((5)) exercise. the rights and of I' for the First offense' us for umisllemwuiiir
, Thirty-live (95)(: ), powers Bond Trustees.. No engineer employed -
South, I'.angc: Twenty ((20)) East; eminent domain ; that is, the rightto I by said! Board shall be interested, under the general I law,
line to when appropriate for the laying of for the second offense, by a fine not
thence East on section out directly or indirectly, in any contract
said section line intersects New River; or constructing, or changing the roads for the construction or maintenanceof I exceeding live hundred ( $500)) dollars
said New mentioned in this Aact other or by imprisonment not exceedingthree
thence southwesterly along or any any road or bridge herein provided I
e River to its intersection with Santa: I Sec, (>. Said Board of Bond Trustees lor. (::1)) years or by both such lino I
t4 Fe river* on the boundary line between may deem necessary. Sec 10. That all monies paid into I were present. in the house of repro
Bradford and Alachila counties; be, I Sec. 5. That the said Board of the General. Road Fund or arising the court. CHEWING GUM ,
+ and the said described territory thereby .. Bond Trustees is hereby vested with from any levy for general; road purposes See 3.: All laws and parts of lawsin I
declared to be a special road authority to borrow such reasonable collected within said special conflict herewith be, and the same
and bridge district to be known and amount of money as may in its judgment road and bridge district, shall be kept are, hereby repealed.Sec. .
designated; as "Special Road and be proper for the ordinary and by the Tax Collector of Bradford 4 This:' act shall take effect
Brdge| ; District No. One of Bradford preliminary expenses that may be incurred County in a fund separate and apart immediately. upon becoming a law.

", County, Fla. I by said Board prior to the from all other funds, and paid over --.- ---- .-
a Sec. 2. That the following perma issuance and sale of any of said bonds, by said Tax Collector to said; Board GLASS: STATES:: KACII: DISTRICTS.t11E ..
.' nent roads with all necessary permanent and that any such indebtedness incurred of Bond Trustees, and shall be used QUOTA wx.
I' bridges shall be constructed i shall be paid out of the first for the construction, repair, upkeepand
" within the said district, to-wit: I proceeds derived from the sale of maintenance of all roads and WushingUm, April 10.-Although: IS""
(a) A road I leading; from the paved 1 any of said bonds bridges within said special road 1 and the amount and terms of the Victory I I
e street in the 'town of Starke, to and Sec. (II. Said Board of Bond Trus- bridge district and for the paymentof Liberty Loan will not be announced rib
through the town of Lawtey; thence tees .is hereby authorized andempow- the incidental expenses of the until n'xt'k, Secretary Glass; said O l''
northerly parallel with the Seaboard ereil, to issue bonds in the sum of Board of Bond Trustees.Sec. I today that each federal reserve district -
Air Line- railroad, to a point on the Five Hundred Fifty Thousand:' Dollars 11. That it shall be the dutyof wIll1\ (. ussigned the same (proportionate e.
boundary line between Bradford and ($550,000.00)) ; said bonds to be of the the Board of Bond I Trustees to give quota for the Victory
Clay counties to be designated; l.y the denomination of one thousand dollars general notice by advertisement:' of Loan ns was given them in the' Fourth ..
of Haiti tptcial ($1,00000)) each, bearing date the the ,
board of bond trustees their intention to receive bids for liberty Loan
road and bridge district first day of July, A. I). 1919 each sale of all or any part of mud bonds, .
Sim the of the Victory !
from the paved bearing interest at a rate not to exceed e amount 1 't Sealed ht Kept 'i'ie
(b) A road 1 leading and the same shall be sold to the highest LDIIII I is evpecteil to be ill the neighboihond J 27
street in the town'of Starke to the six per centum (6( percent) (per bidder. ; provided however that said nf sibillions, the' name' u- _: I Ib'
between Bradford andAlnthua 1 1f annum; said interest being payable sold, for less thinpar
line shall lie
boundary bonds not I IPl'ohut.ly
the. foul I 111 loan the ilistrut l quotas
the point \vhero st-mi-annually on the first day of Jan- Said Board ,
counties at ) with ncerued interest. 1 RlahtL .1
f the Santa Fe river ort uary and July; bonds to mature not all will be about comparablewith r.
bridge crosses of Bond Trustees may sell or any ff (
a those! in the drive last full.IIONOI1 ,
t the Hampton-Waldo road. more than thirty (I0):! ) years from part of said bonds at such time or . rrlln"j t
al
pointon date ( )
, ((1'') A rout leading from u optional IwenlyCiO(: ) years after times' as in judgment may appearbe ( :\ ROLL) IIU.\DCORD
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the .
mil date. j
the. St'H'ke-Waldo loadVCH, That the form of said. bonds ."t, and .shall. have the right to rebet I I
.
,
COl'MV: IHlill11001:\ .. .. '..
; Indthrough interest -
PT-t to wjth shall be reudvertisofor -- -- -- -
town of I Hamptonunn.i ( coupons prescribed any or all bids and .
the town of U'Am!Dion. by the Board of Bond Trustees other bids us it deems best.See. .
leading from the laved ; said bonds .shall be signed by member of the First Grade; : Pun) 1 Knight, :Merrill llri", Thi'lifi.in, .. lulu I ', AIIIIH ,VIu.Mt 11 > + 4 + t + + + 4t4 + + + + + .
((.d I ) A rout northwesterly 12.: That no : :McMillan( : Evel.\n: :StrirUuinl., DoricPup' + 1.1-:1\1.I:: \ Ml; lit I I'. .- 4M
the Chairman of said and bear : ,
.Stain"ii Board
street in the town of : a Board of County Commi"ioner. or of ; >1"1', Julia' : I'u11.t< : iThird +
h direction; crossing New thereof. ; shall be attested by the the. I Bonn! of Bond Trustees shall bointerested Vivian; KillI, I; tells Kcinlnck, iradc., : Kli/.nln: ) Amlic'U. + + + 444 + + i + .- t + ,
lit the "Conner the imprint of the seal; 1 i-iih Struth Knola Fmsjth, Louis
, Kiver at what is known corporate ; I, directly or indirectly, in Notice'
in the town of thereof shall be attested by the interest maintenance ; I Kilmn: StricMiind.Fourth
Bridgeto; a point ; contrail fur the building or .
Raiford! where. the Atlantic Coast Line coupons thereto attached' shall any or repair of said rtiuds. That ....., ......tfli\KrJIII\ railol'vclyn! : I''I'U> VIVIIHI Six months afliT. date hereof I will
" railroad interacts the main thoroughfare boar a facsimile :signature' of said none of said members; shall be paid I Bryan, Elise .I"II<'H. present my vouchers and. Roil account

. of the said! town.c Clerk, and said bonds und the interest any compensation for any servicesrendered Fifth (.iriulc; : Knmtny titci'nlifie, In the lion. (;t'U. A. Gardiner, County
. ( ) A road leading from the paved coupons shall be secured by the taxable : by them in the construction, I'Mna: Miitining, IUHHJO 111I1I'lImH,
street. in the. town of Starku in :an: easterly property. real and personal, within maintenance. or repair of any of the Hayes' Juilgo, of linidfonl: County, Fla., and i
direction, on what is known as said special road and bridge. district. roads mentioned\ this Act; provided ask for my final discharge us n
.' "Peek IJoad", to the boundary line between however that the Bond Trustees maybe Healing HoneyStops of tho estate of Roderick Baker .
Bradford and Clay counties.f I Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the paid only any actual expenses incurred DAVISAgency
( ) A road leading; from a pointon Board of Hand Trustees of Special} in the discharge of their du deceased.
the Stnrke-Waldo road to be designated Road and Bridge District Number ties. This 21th 1 day of January, 1919

by the board of bond tru..t.I'Kf One, Bradford County, Florida, to He('. M.. That said Board of Bond ) J. II. BITCH,
Elt. 1886)
the said special road and bridijd district make and submit a careful estimateto Trustees shall have prepared, and published ;I ( 1-21-Hmo. lmrmtr< tor.
in a southwesterly direction; the Board of County Commissioners or printed for distribution a The
along the most direct route, to the of Bradford County, Florida on or detailed\ statement at the end of every I I INSURANCESTARKE Notice
} town of Brooker.All before the first :Monday of July of six months, beginning January 1st. I
said roads to have a cl'ntralt: each year, beginning with the year 1920: of all monies received and paid Tickle Six months after date hereof I will
I rified brick, I'liu'iit or asphalt payment 111111! !), of the amount of money nec- out by them. present my vouchers and final accountto
of not less than nine ((9)) feet in essary to be raised'by special tax to Sec. 11. The Board of Bond Trustees I Heals The Throat the lion Cl'''. A. Gardiner, County
stone curb, and pay the interest upon and to createa of its membersas
width, with cement or shall choose one Judge of Bradford County, Flu, and
with a sand-clay berm or wing, not sinking fund for the payment of chairman and the one so chosen Cures The Cough ask for final discharge as admin
feet in width, on the principal of the bonds issued and chairman until the next my
more than two ((2)) shall serve as
of J. Barton
istratrix of the estate E. ,
each side. sold I under the provisions of this Act; election or selections of a member. Price 35c. '
The board of bond trustees of b.td) and it shall be the duty of the said That all monies paid out by said | deceased.
special road and bridge district are Board of County Commissioners to Trustees shall be by voucher and only A FREE BOX OF TOOK A SEVERE COLD This 21th day of January, 1M9.! !

hereby vested with power and authority ''provide by resolution and cause to be upon the order of the board duly recorded --- -- --- "Our five old son Paul took a I EVELINA. BARTON l
year
to construct, out of any monies assessed and have collected annuallya in its Minute Book, which record GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE cold last winter that nettled on ', 1-21-Cmo. Adminiitratiz. :'
fund after special tax all the real estate severe
bond affirmative
that remain in the upon shall show the negative and ,
the may construction and completion of and personal property, railroads, telegraph vote on such order. Every (Opens the Pores and Penetrates) his lunge: and he had lorrihln coughing HIS STOMACH TROUBLE: OVER:
the roads and bridges; hereinbefore ; and telephone lines, and upon voucher issued under the provisions upt'lln. We were getting worried about i'
named, a road from the point 'n the all other property taxable under the of this section shall be in such form For Chest Colds, Head Colds and him as the medicine we gave him did, John K. Baker, Baltic Creek, Mich.,

town of Raiford, Florida, connectingwith laws of Florida, within Special Road all the Board shall adopt; each voucher Croup, is enclosed with every Lot not help him in the least. A neighbor writes: "I 1 was troubled yith heartburn -
the road above designated, ct the and Bridge; ''District Number One, to be signed' by the Chairman or acting I tIe of IIA YES' HEALING HONEYYou spoke so highly of Chamhorlain's indigestion and liver complaintuntil
intersection of the Atlantic Coast Line Bradford County, Florida, sufficientto chairman ami.. audited l and certified I Cough; Remedy that I got a bottle of I begun using Chamberlain's
railroad and the mnln thoroughfare raise an amount equal to the estimate as being correct by the clerk or get the Cough Syrup and the Salve I i It, and the first logo hem-filed. him Tablets, then my trouble was over."
of the said town of Raiford leading made and submitted .by said auditor of said Board before any depository I for ono price, 35c.: much that I continuod giving it lw, If you are troubled with indigestion '
thence in a southwesterly: direction, Board of Bond Trustees, to pay the shall pay such voucher It I Ii Made, Recommended and Guaranteed to ,,,110 him until he was cured," writes Mrs. or constipation give them a trial. d a
and rarallel with said Atlantic ( oust interest upon and create a sinking i is further provided that a certified the Public byParis
Line railroad, to the boundary ine? of I fund for the payment of the princi- copy of this section shall be filed with I Frank Crocker, I'ana, III. Adv. They will 1 do you good. Adv.

paid special road, and bridge' &: .rict.> : pal of the bonds issued and sold under each (\depository of the! funds arising Medicine Company
Said road to be of same mater al, the provisions of this Act until all from the sale of bonds or otherwise.The I' Manufacturers of I LIFT I CORNS ORCALLUSES
grade, width and f.lignnu'r.t: : a' the such bonds shall have been paid and Board of Bond Trustees:' shall Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic ,1.t
roads above spe'ara'd.See. I cancelled; and all monies collected. to require. all depositories to give: suit ,
3. That there Is hereby created pay the interest and to create a sinking able security to protect the bond und ._- - M OFF
a Board of Bond Trustees, to be fund as aforesaid shall bo paid, other funds so deposited; such secUrity '
composer! of three ((3)) members, Bradford''t he Tax: Collector of said tc bo! of the same chara"ter as I
each of whom shall be a freeholderand County, or other person receiving now provided by law governing/! depositories. GIRLS VJHITEN SKIN Doesn't hurt! Lift any com or I
a qualified elector residing within same on account of taxeseoliected Said Board of Bond Trustees -I WITH LEMON JUICE I.
the said territory described in Section I or property sold therefor, to may employ a clerk or auditor callus off with finger
1 of th's' Act, and, the said board shall said Board of Bond Trustees:' as soon who shall keep a minute! of 'it-; pro- t I
be trustees for bonds iisued under tho as collectedand said Board of Bond, ceedir'gs! : which book shall always Make a Beauty Lotion For A : II
provisions of this Act. That A. V. I Trustees shall keep an accurate and be open to the public for inspection. I
Long., A. A. Durdcn and A. J. Johnson separate account of all monies due Saiil Board shall have the power to Few Cents to Remove Tan,
are hereby appointed members of and received from such sources, adopt all such rules and regulations: Freckles! Sallowness.Your r t : i
sa'd' h-nrd, and they shall hold office and shall pay out of the monies business not inconsistent. with the
until the first day of July, A. 1). I o recieved the interest upon the provisions of this Act. L'4Iy/
If1 kind until their successors are bonds Issued and sold under the cec. 15. Should any section or rant | grocer has the lemons and any / '
po! tel 1 and qualified. That there shall provisions of this Act, and to invest thereof of this A-t he held void in drug store or toilet counter will supply .
h nn el-lion' called. by the Board ofC"ent" the residue in th" redemption or judicial prose dings! then only such. you with three ounces. of orchard
the That DUCK (Not Affect( 1 The Ileacm.n
I lurchase of said bonls if said'ends Quinine
i Commissioners for the electionct ; or section. ur part thereof shall he heldto. while >i a few cents. Squeeze| the I 1
..
"> members of said, Board, cannot be redeemed, or pur- be void otitl the same shall in no "." of Its tottb' find Ini' 1n pfTc..r ..) txa/
thr- i ) juice 01 two fre'h lemons int- a I lot- HVr; llROM OUNINK Hal .i.icnn. !I. I.n,, '.
of Bend Trustees on the first Tuesday, hascd. at par, or at such premiums wav affect the remaining section!: < tlr! >,.'hpn pit in the orchard wmto and t>y ony"".. walnut rnumntt. ficrwiunnr-'t riuitliiu .
in Jimp A: II 19J1! and the person 1 to said Board of Bond Trustees and parts of this AI t, but all other sh.ik" well. This mnkei i, quarter| pint In tli i ln.ad. L.W.(,1 KOV L: S linutur| mi I h.* :vkCAKKI.KSSNKSS .
re-f -vin" the highest! number of votes 'any :seem reasonable and jut, then 0,rts of this Act shall be held to be kin whitepetund
of the best I lemon
:
u-h residue be invested in Unit- very
at the said election shall hold office may \'all.lancl legal. : ; ; : (KKStMTS! IN
for throe years and the person 'd I States, State, County or :Munici- Soc: Ifi.( That said spe<'ial road'' complexion beautifier known. 1'AILCICC
al bonds bearing interest or, in T'titPkage this fragrant, creamy lotion I
reitirjy! the next highest number 1'1.-1 ; and bridge district shall' have and ex:
votes shall Bold' office for one vent such bonds cannot be acquired .ere all rlJ;.lts and re"civ. all hen"- doily into the face, neck, arms an-J' That is why we nay "Feed B. A
'0 advantage such funds shall be deposited GeneralLaws harcU and just gee h"W frecxles! tan,
and their; term of office shall begin tfte fit, that may le givon bi the Thomas' Hog Powder according todirections"
the first day of July, A. D. 1921. or ,I in savings department. of Florida now in force or that sallovvnciifi' redness and roughness
IT SLOP-
DO NOT FEED;
qualify. The i >f National Banks or State Panks of hereafter be enacted where th' JiL' and how smooth, loft and
as soon as they may I IP8M may i IIr|if.Br
board of County COl'l1mis'ionersshall the State of Florida, or savings banks same do not conflict with the provi--1 i clear! the skin becomes. YeA! Ita; I'Y, but mIx' it with ground feed and

thereafter, on the first Tuesdayin irgamzed and existing under the laws ions of this Act; and n,<*thin:: in th'' hart.. ]Ink, and the autiful result "foisten with just enough water to
June of a-h year, cause an election if the State of Florida, at the prevail Art contained shall bo construed t i| will surprise vou.-Adv. ((98)) ml dc" a crumbly.m' Then each hog Don't tutu-r! A tiny bou.e of '
to be held for the purpose ofelecting ing rate of interest, to be held as deprive incorporated cities and town- gets a beneficial dose. See full directions Freezone costa but a few cents at any

a successor to that member accumulating fund for the ultimate within said district of their proper No Worms In a Healthy Child or package.( Your money backif drug store. Apply a few drops on the i
fif the said board of Bond Trustees redemption of said special road and lion of the general road fund colt I.id t I. you are not satisfied. corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bottom j
district bonds. All chlldr troubled with worm have an uahe.lthy -
whose term of office expires. That bridge within such incorporated citi- then lift them off.
The of Bond Truer color which Indicates pour blood and us Sr.ld I by of feet,
Sec. 8. Board
said bond trustees shall each give a and towns' ps is now or may: be hereafter ffnJ Mo. ,here U more or IoM afnmach dUnibanca.GROVE'S J. C. MannIng Starke. When f'reezone removes corns from
several bond in surety provided by law. TASTELESS: chill TONIC given l .....1..11' 4
some approved I Iof
Lake tho calluses from the bottom ,
\ : & Knight, Butler.W. toes or
comnanv authorized to do business Colds Cause Grip and Influenza Sec. 17. That Chapter rGCfiS./!: Law! fur two or three wk will conch th. blond. Im Douglass
of the fr'tate of Flor.da of prow the, dinmtlnn. and art u. (.>n..'al StrengthulnitTimtc f. Overstreet Lawtey. feet, the skin beneath is left pink
to 1111
!In F'ori.da.' payable the Governorof LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE T.blegIe en I 1
to fr *wtwde.y+e''''. r anire wl.l the A. I). Andrews, Raiford. and healthy and never sore, tender orIrrltated.Adv.
I
the State of Florida and his successors ea_ Thcr la only OM "Bromo Quolna. titled "An Act to prescribe the pow tfrowoffordinpelthrworm. end the Cbl)! wl:: r.
in office, in the sum of Ten t. W.CHOVT eye.mt. eo box. Me, ers, duties and compensation of Bord IT ...,....1 be.lIl!. rieninnl' tnk<' IV I ' ( J, V Jones, Hampton.- Adv. No. 285. (






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.t i FOUR ml\Jnu: ! ('On..TY TELKGRAPII: : / ST.\nt\E, I"LUr.ID.\ FRIDAY-1PRIL

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r'Jjfilrl INSTALLS SAMIAUV FOOl t'ON- but u very Interesting' talk. Brother -
LU, l.lil hl: ir/tG l 1 1I 'l'.t I.\ late.' Fottlor! ill! a returned, Missionary! from,

. . Argentina and his words touched the
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I III.-HHt'rll.. A. M Duiby and U II.Bennett hearts of every one! present.!
I i' .Dh"IUd Weekly, and entered as nvc have installed in their stores Brother Armstrong will preach at

I., u, oat clam matter at the post-ollice at i both a counter and a storage place for the First Buptise Church of Hamptonnext

Florida. I' all kinds of food stulfs. On the front Saturday evening. Sunday und
Starke.
of the! counter are glass receptacles! Sunday evening. 1.1 ,
4 -. -- holding small amount of the articles Mrs J. Strickland of Luke Geneva, % 1 1f6

v E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner contained in the drawer in tho rear. was a pleasant visitor to Hampton a y'v

J, C. nOBl sos. ,Associate Editor: This container allows the display of few days ago
groceries, and at the sumo time Mrs I Mary Geiger und Mr. A, A

1 I provides a sanitary place for keeping burden, of Hampton were transacting -
business in Jacksonville one day
f I them
11919'' APRIL 19191 I -- .---- lust week.

1 IOWLING-S'rltlcKlutNU.I Mr.\ W. II. Griffin: has recently addt-d
Ii QSZ I ('!.l.!. u..l..Jjill I I a new stock of goods) to his store

9 Willie and Miss llattie which consists of shoes und other
5I : Mr. Dowling
2T3 I4
; Strickland, of Waldo were united in dry goods.:
I I marriage at the County Judge's office Mrs. Joneif, of Sampson was! a visitor THE
67$9.10112. Gardner at the homo of Mrs. W. G. Seals
: Tuesday noon, Judge performing w'ck.Jn
the ceremony. lust SMOOTHESTTOBACCO
: Easter egg hunt was given at

l 141511 +f7 $ I SERVICES; : : AT BLAIR. the! home of Mrs P. E. Johns last Fri

day. Eggs were found in great abundance

und jhe_; little folks! all enjoyed
2.122j232425'26!
r 2. I 1----! of the! Free H good tmie.i
( nt Blair. (J. W.
: IS, Ware, will deliver an educational We ad sorry to know that the little

.1, j, 27,28L29!, Q : : I sermon in behalf! of Columbia College : son. or :\1I..a.:1I\1': : s: C. A.: .Bil't.I.s!

fourth Sunday, the J7 of. April. I very Sll'at/ this writing. We wishhim
-- .- - a speedy recovery.

I' I LAWTEHI'SWI: EM'E: DKSIKOYICI ; I :Mrs. Mnda :Miller, of Palatka, but
.", ) HV TIRE formerly of Hampton: was visiting HEN 1 go fiahin' I want

\ I friends here last Saturday and Sun-

, :: 1 I Luwtcy April--; ;:=-The! residence! ol tiny Mrs.: Miller: has a host of V fish thai kite and tobacco

!i :Mr. and :Mrs. J. 1)). Randall of KustLawtey ; t friends at Hampton who are always "

I was destroyed by lire late delighted' to see her come. I that don't. "

yesterday afternoon, the! cause of the I I/e.

\ : i I lire is not known. 'Him waft one of IX I HONOR) OF MRS.. PRICE.: (J __

I'' I' _ .. i the! oldest and best residences 'In this i vtJ.
1 I I't 'I section. The! loss in both resilience Below is given in full the speechof fJt-
J, I' Florida will ,nsk I the .
The sheriff' of
und (contents will reach near $20,000 i appreciation delivered by :Mrs C. I
I : legislutim" to,' increase their fees It with no insurance.!. H. Abernnthy at the Red Cross Social
in genernllv believed that their fees of given at the home of :Mrs. N. H. Hull

It. the sheriff of IteSoto county nggrc- I.tVIS-ANIEItSON-); :; by :Mrs. A, I'ricFriday! afternoon, I "Bite" in tobacco comes either from -

i !gate moii- than $15,000 umuiully. I April 11th : '

if "' Florida, Advocate1.! At the home of Mr.! and Mrs A. W. "We are here at your gracious bidding poor leaf or wrong "ripening."

I'I'I Anderson,! Saturday afternoon at 5:150:: i I guests. of your generous! hospi- ,
I to Thc industrious man now gets upI ;Mr.( EII'ryI.! !. Davis and Miss Ine | tality. We appreciate your desire! to
'; nt twelve o'clock and KOCH! to bed nt Anderson wc'runit,1! in marriage' have around in this We KentuckyBurley.
you way your co- use for VELVET only the finest
4 m., and wastes! much of hit
i a i Kev. ,I. C. Diggs/ of tho :Methodist 'i workers in the Ked, CI'OSS. your friends
\ cursing! the crank who first ''I
energy
Church p'rfol'minjtho ceremony. and it is with gladness of heart! that But we don't stop there. .
,. j ; thought/ of "daylight/ Bavins'. Only a few friends. and relatives of,
( we! have responded to kindly In-
t Florida Advocate your
: : the! contl'actinpal'ties! were I

) t' ; Immediately after the pr\sent'l vitation.We We put millions of pounds of this tobacco
; Ever: noticed, out in the woods, how couple left for motor trip I respect and love you for yourself away

I. 1r a pine sapling will get ft little special sonville, returning to :Starke: Sunday for your sweet nous.of personality every year, in wooden hogsheads, for Nature to
r" "turn', of wind, and, rock and rock! and afternoon. I your never failing cheerfulness
though defeating the efforts I patiently ripen and mellow.
sway, as This popular young couple have your high courage your deep conse-!
i, of a hurriinni1 ? That's tho WilY Homo rooms nt the residence of !Mr. and, cfation and your 1 sincere! friendliness
I, j' Florida politicians appear when undertaking !Mrs R. S, r'ernundewhere
they will, 'ion not to but the
belong only us to
i f } '.? to show why they should be at home! to their friends.LITTLE There are quicker ways but they leave some '
I l he elected! to high office.-Times- ..- community. A part of many a yearyou teeth in.
Union. have spent in our midst and one
INA'S: THANKS !
I by one we have been drawn into the
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f A pl'cuiar.anomaly! Is! the merchant! circle i of your acquaintance: yourfriendship
I
t : I thank you my brave soldiers, for The VELVET way makes
o with a business" O[ long stand*:. ; loved by you and loving '
what have done for You left
, t I', large stock, good fixtures and fu,ilities I your home you and friends me.I know to go in return. the friendlier kind of tobacco s >J' ? '

I for carrying onhio! business and I across the sea and day and night,you You have shown your interest in You can alwaysgo
hi-J
will not advertise tfxid.s. 1'e
yet tramp in mud and mire. The rain every good work while among us by to it for comfort with
culiar be.ause how
and odd matter
no
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, beats down on your head that ;I aiding each movement for bettermenthere f
1 j many people come into the store re out "come-back i "
a
stay here nice and withinmy
may warm
in this community. You have had
t ( tote polite '111,' couitunu-i' attention
.' cozy bed. The sun shines brightin visions of better things for Starke
ard treatmiiiif value
and .jet receive;
\ .I f"i then moor th'J'Ii! xtill\ a vast: Florida, the grass! is green and than as yet we have been able to bringto Get chummy with / '
sweet. There is no in town
war
our ,
t number of foils who buy because fruitition but we trust that the fu-
all is quiet in our street and just because VELVET today ., .
i \ they 'al-many, the I ; ) : ,
never entering went So help make ture will open the way to bring to a ( r ysffLfQrr
you away. "
i store. The live merchant place the consummation the very desires of Af"I J
! 1 j 1I true value on advertising knows the great war cease. All us children heart! for the good of Starke. '!,
," play in quiet and in peace. I am only your oG'acco'm
it H essential to his lIuccess.-Brook-
faithful afforded -
I just a little girl but there is one thing' The co-operation you
ville Star.THAT .
I it that I can do. Each night before 1 1KO I in the Red Cross work will longbe
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to bed; I'll always pray for you treasured in memory by your co-

"t i\ MODEL__PRISON FARM that God will keep me good bless workers. Inasmuch Mrs. Price 'ns

I \ home and friends and, then; bless and had in the prosecution of
I The editor of the Ocala Star madea kept the soldier man and( send l him you a part \
I this great work you had a part in
o .n recent visit to the State prison farmI hum! again. ; 44
winning the glorious victory for democracy <
I '! II "I Iaiford! and from his observations,, I Little! Inn. Jones. in which our boys of the A. T -

( Florida has! a model penal institution, Starke Florida.
F., 1had so large a share. Throughthis "
; Since Supt. J. S. Blitch has been in -! K4 : loll a VELVET t1tl / "

!0 4f t charge of the farm, the sixty or more Maggie Maxwell I Evelyn; Seals, Alma effort you not only brought comfort -- ?. Vv * 'FT I

i convict guards have been discharged, I'jul' Mabel Seals, Eva; !Hodges' C.is- to the soldier of the allies in .igarisrli 5;. 'oit9Jfr f---, fitu.'s'aoehnfn / ..,t '"

,, month sic Hurst, and 1.punllIulllld: ,.. :Mes-' tamp, !in hospital and in the trencher, 1'z. ").T ; ,.c't.., au-d '
'I saving the state 1,000 and
., ers. ('l'rialllInnil": ', Willie Johns, lighting for. our homes hero in America .. .... sQ&f J* fr7! H If art C.u
the have been tho \
I 't pri oners put on Kinice: Johns, and Alvn Saxon, Social ns well ns for the safe-gunrdind f .' /. ij....i nt.<)t lr -"Zi iS iLCi'io
., i' honor and merit system, which has and all in but I t"
I games were played they reported !- of the homes European lands a .!.tics. ,
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:a proven vastly superior and boon u a line time. you also linked yourself) in this far- u

j u wonderful incentive! to( the good order - --------- .-- --- ---..----- - - - - .
Mrs.! I, J. Priest is spending n few' reaching Ron Cross movement with

: "',. nnd behavior of the inmates, We are days in Jacksonville! week. : not only every patriotic! woman in GRAHAM Magic Stock and l Powders at Kick- LOST

'/ ... Bind to know that cruel treatment of I Iii J.- W. Nimnto, manager of Nelms America but with every loyal self- liter's

ii:! t;, prisoners has ben eliminated and, btcjlc shut in Jacksonville visited IIUl'rifh'inlwomlln of the allies Messers.! Tribly Pinholster and Abo -- STRAYED-Two cows, one dark red

that nI"Iwhll, for criminal action I flic-lids and relatives here lust Sunday. in;' for the same great end. wOl'k-\\I Crosby, Brooker attended the Easter Not of Courses but Dishes. und one dark brown nmrkod crop
?r bliss Eva Williams was transacting exercise here Sunday evening.
undcrbit and under slope.\ Kcw-ud
The has also the
cornmmuties business Statke tl'mpel'ancwOl'k! Three courses seem to hllvt..en! .
i t in lust Saturday.Mrs. i I;ev. W. L. McQuiie, of Palatka fil- for information. J. C. Poppcll .
. L. 1) lIulof Starke claimed your interest and throu-rh oust tOIJIIII'}' menu In nn-dit-vul\ times for
v. are" jAi-'i: l.innane treatment and the! was avery led his regular appointment! here Starke Fla. 4-U-2t.
welfumo visitor at Hampton 1ItlItllrd.IY your touch wiUi the local effort of the il State banquet. leos ceremonial fenst ;
t opportunity to feel that all hopI! I U und Sunday I W. C. T. U. you have identified yourself Saturday nnd Sunday delivering two comprising only two and no )private

: \ } not li-ft behind when they enter its, I Bradford: County's active and honorable } with a movement having not only very interesting seimons.Mr. dinner more ll'im one. Hut each course FOR SALE
and 1 1Irs.; Roy Roberts and little
; doors.-iinrasotn Times. ", hl'11f'US u visitor to Hampton local but national and in- to dozen
.. _____.._ _._ n_ ____ i last significance, son. Key Jr., of Water Oak, sec- might comprise from eight; n FOR SALE-A second-hand wagon
j Monday.Mrs \ Thus ut the wedding,
national well. tlUt..I''II"h"M.
'h. t f 1I.\m'TOX. I J, M., Wilson. !Mrs. F. K.; Henry I Yes, you not as only aided, in bringingsuccor tion ,spent:Mr.! and Sunday! :Mrs. here O. B.with Roberts.Mr. his.parents banquet at Ilenrj, V there were only newly repaired. .J._':'_,Colley I It.

I and Mrs Avant, accompanied by to our soldiers fighting for the : und Mrs. 1 D. J. Byrd daughter three courses., > .-.t4'1' 30 illlTt-rent
j FOR SALE Milch
:Mr. Mrs. cow, just fresh. J
Hampton, April 25.: 1l1I-Mi! r old 1 Harper motored) to Eai: 1-
great cause of democracy, but you Mabel Miss Vinftio\ Lane and Mrs.; L. il1 lies lire men ned In'the* records, W. White Sturke. 4182t.
Mary Hall, and, Miss Khoil.i Bennett: ton Iluich lust Sunday and spent theentire
0 have also aided in forwarding, tho C. Smith and two children attended, irrespective of fruit and w Inea.. -LOQ-
Thr'l'i -- -- -- -
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of day, they good dinner -
: a, were plcsant visitors to report a
i work of those enlisted under, the Cross church at Pine Level Sunday.Mr. 'Moo Chronicle *
FOR SALE-Tomato
Hampton April IJth.: and II jolly good) time. The way they plants $1.50 per
I IWl're and Mrs Murphy Price motored -
Mist' fas ie Hurst. of Lake Butler, smiling around here on :Monday I of Christ. In other words you have after- thousand. Perry Dover Stnrko,
to
is t was the guest\ of :Miss! Eva; 1 lodges was a second proof thatthey did) haven had through your prayers anti yo-.ir over Hampton Saturday Its 'to- 4-18-2t

last:: week good time. gifts a part in the great missionary noon.Mr..
Strickland of
: and Mrs. Elige
j i o On April the 1'lth Miss: Eva May Or. W. E.:: Middleton.: I of Jacksonvilleis work of the church. You have set a Hampton spent Sunday here ,the FOR SALE-Two good fireplace mantels. -
Williams, Mr I Standllll Mr. and in town ngum. Call at residence!
and most worthy example of regular at- of :Mrs. Strickland's j my to see
t. Mrs. M. I I.. Waterson! motored to Rni- :Mrs. F. E. Henry and her friend. tamlnncc( at church; although many !Mr./guest and Mrs'. 'Henry Ward. parents jt them. E. T. Campbell M. D. It.
1\\ ford and.| Mrs. Avant made
reported a'I'I'y pleasant a flying trip to St.
t J. under your handicap would feel that Calhoun Harry, of Lake Butler is
I time Augustine last "
there week.
over one day FOR SAL't-1"ino Berknhtru sow,
\ here visiting his parents this week
k, .. :Miss I.ula Scott, one of Alachua's Miss Pearl! Cason, of Melrose, is the there was nothinlto be gained personally The Easter exercises were carriedout about 3 years old. See! G. O. Burrows -

s II fine yoiuig ladies, is visiting friends guest of Miss Ethel Hunt this week. and were therefore freed from nicely here Sunday evening and at the Dyal place. 4-H-2t.
all obligation to obey the Injunction t
in The folks
Hampton this week young at Hampton met at
well atten d.. The Program was as!
:Mrs. the home of brother not the assembling of
Josephine Sullivan of (Hamp Mulludy last "Forget your-

t di J(, ton, was visiting friends at Thressa Friday evening and enjoyed a social! selves together; but you have in your follows: HmegBafiPRB hthethehtt FOR SALE- 20 bu. Spanish Peanuts
Prayer $1.50 bu. H. S. MillerDukes
the first of this week Those who
I \ egg pipping. were soul the true conception of wOI'I\I1I"1 Sonlby choir Lift the Banner I
Mr. Marion Bennett, of Theresso, present were Misses: Eva lodges, and have found it good to be I high; Prayer by Mr. J. R. Seville; Fn.!
f ,4253t.FOR .
was transacting: business in Eva Williams Alma Dye! Evelyn '
Hamp house. You have been an inspirationto Christ reading by pastor, Rev. Mc-
.1 I ton last week. Seals Beryl Mulludy Maggie Maxwell here we know Matt. 28 1.10 Song by school, Hal"lisran
as Quire, SALE
pastor you ;
your -Piano. Write J. R.
Tho friends of :Mr. Kay McKinneyare !Mabel Seals Lowis und Escal:
must be to your pastor in tho North. God bless our Sunday School; Recitation :;: Quaker Street Schenectady
/glad to see him on the street again Bowen Ethel Hunt Eunice Saxon,
:. Mr. :McKinney is: Hampton's now and ',eona Mullady Juila Maxwell and You do not do as so many sojourners lie has Risen, by :Mattie Odgen; i County N. Y., or inquire Lorenza::

.satisfactory bather, He moved to 1liMSIamie: Scott from Alnchim when about to ]leave the home church Easter by litle Call ones' ,by Little Thelma feet Barry be careful; Song; naninth Peanuts! 90 day Velvet _Green, Starke. 4-18-tf_

Hamptin only u short while ago' and The )'ounlm'n present were: Me.s- for an indefinite period, do up your Recitation Easter Lilies by Maurice Beans and Chufas at J. F Kickliter's.4232t. .
was tukl'l1i.'I It with inllucn/u im- 'ers: Neusom Witt Willie and Ranee religion in a neat little package md ; FOR PENT-I4 acme farm near
: Ruby
Mills Malte Easter Happy by
a r-cd atMy after his arrival By good 1 ohns. Percy Griffin, Kussel Uynl Co1 tuck it carefully away in the corner of Titles, Drill by: little ones; RecitationsMy Lnwtey cheap.Part of it under
(. attention and careful nursing! he Is 'il 1 and Coral Manaire Alva Saxon to be recaptured on your re ; Leola Who cultivation; ran take possession at
;your pew Speech by Foog, sees
, : al'l\n1'0'.urninj.\!: \ duties \hs barber. :'ernon Jones. and Jim :Maxwell. They turn. You bring your religion with the !lilies by Alene Surrency; Song, .CLASSIFIED. once, P. C. Jorgenson Lawtey Fla.
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Tie Hamnton farmers laved told I ) fortunes and 425It.LOSTFur .
are taking games pip '
and it in your daily roun. Welcome Easter by Eunice Kelley;
I )you express
advantage of the I'r.tty'l'lIth. Theyare i ed Easter eggs. They report the life her Dialogue, by nine girls"/! ; Recitations! -- -
as evidenced by your among ;;
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haul.ng lime tilling' the soil and nest time on record. Golove., by Willie Lane Veil< by ADVERTISINGONE neck piece very dark
1' 9 making preparations for Miss. : \ is visiting us. ; brown fox.Liberal
./ u large crop Beryl Mullady Cassie McKinney Those who .sleepsin reward to finder
I this Always with much pl.usu-o WP "I.-iok ; If
iI year. riends and relatives in Jacksonvillehis Easter I returned to 'Bradford County
, A IitlL- ...on11" born to :Mr. anti wek. for your coming' the fall, and it ir Jesus, by Rue Minnie:McKinney Odgen;Pilgriamsdrill CENT CASH A WORD IN ADVANCE FOR EACH ISSUE. Telegraph office
;
Bells by
!Mrs. E J. Howling, of Hampton April Mix Hattie Strickland of Hampton with deep regret that we t'mn.t: of you the litle girls Recitations. A.'m.nl.. ln.. rtcd under this h,.il I 24-25-2t
the I lth. 41 Rosetta Youngbjod
t Mrs.: J. It: We wish' Easter: day by ; lee mat Innrtlon ....ph.. far I.... than II FOR SALE-Two tKreTflne
Weutherby. of married Tuesday.
II Anthony. ere go to those! near and dear to you the'love Christ and the little ones, by Louise or milch
'f I I ,: formerly:! cf Hampton has been spending ;'- hem much success and happiness.The you, but love you no letter thm- 101111Sonlt; by choir, The man' of cows, good stock; ono, good mulo

J I] \'I .,. a raw days with friends. and relative Union Meting of the Ladies we do. We do not yield you up whol'' Celtic; Dialogue by Mr. Kelley's WANTED: team; one wagon; all n; bargain

; '< Ivrs. \id Society met at Hampton, Florida to them we simply share you with I class; Closing Song-God be with prices. See J. H. Williami. Stark,
: ( !Mr loft! KliiT was transacting business March the 29, 1919. at 1:30: P. :M. Fla-
in ITn-ipton: last week. :MrK 'he Mowing program was! rendered. them.We you till we meet again.. WANTED-Small roller top desk. The ".J I.tt.

/I, 'nT H front Therei a and has a Divotion.) by-Mrs. Chamberlain. pray that as you take your Corner Haberdasher, Starke. 4-13-2

; host of fl'I.-" 's here, who are always. !Fonts" :, The Kings "Business-by the "contemplated journey you may n Remarkable Medical' Treatment.Mr. -I TOR! EALE-41) acre farm under wire

p glad to Foe Iii-n come "diencc 'safe-guarded. all along the wag, a*?'' _Klly-"An how are ye this WANTED Pine .ten-e, 18 acres cleared miles
logs
two
logs ;
11, !Mrs. S. A Saxon, who hns been The 100 Psalm-by the audience. that you may feel that your are '?' mornln.; Mistress' rjjnn? I* yet rheniintti all cypress ; north of Starke
grades and sizes Gress fair buildings
": mnkintj! q1 it" u lengthy visit with ; Keprrt of societies-Thre reports "fl'd. kept in the hollow of HU hand! : uny better?" Mrs. FI'nn-\VeU. Mfg.\ i 'I .00. Addr, ;
I frienc's' and lativoi', at Anthony, hirnturr.e : "re delivered. We trust that you may tnJ that all! f Is. 1 thluk It I Is. 1 hunk rye kolndly. Co., Jacksonville, FIa. 3-2S-41. : 84. !ssA. G. Gre-n. Box

,| h Hampton. We crrtaml I A lenirthy and interesting talk was well with your loved I one*. rhe easy doctor' t refitment Is doln' met 4.4-tf

missed her while she. was away and I liverod by Mrs. Skinner 'Ve thank you. dear :Mrs.! Price, fo wort' nv good, I Ix-Iuve. lit advolse. WANTED e million sweet'potatornnt I' ,,n '
.} are d'-l'n'hted'! to have her with ub' A offering was taken for Columbia anti' '' ''At.E-7ro neatly
n tnke eternally ? .,'Nan-v acres lack
b'' this pleasant afternoon ant fc- a. ne to qU"I'nnll Hall Red p..tvf- -pT..illl1)rh
I 1- a2Ain, ,IIp.' which amounted to $11 SOOur learn 4 miles
I e- east of StnrVe
du 1'ut !! on
', rub anuruliy mi me J'lnts. Porto
us.Ve h o Riro.
f 'hnt you mean to \ < yoVdsnoed ) My price
' the the Santa Fee r
t j -iai WRit given at home n'Mrs. Missionary from ""n Cove
? Also I roi-te. .
; M E. Mannlre: Ust :Md'ieve.iinr I "o-fntion. Rev Frank Fowler was and a haipy rrtjrn t 'i lu' It. an" 1 !dole Ira Iirlpln' 01* will lntprc v.vi: See. me. T. ? ...., r. J. T. $10 r"r a-r*
tnrke the coming fall. onilerfuHy., Williams, Start: 4-4-lti Zanzeburjr Grannis,
l those present were :Miss. sI i' --'nt' and gave not only a lengthy Arl';. '
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reward to finder if returnedto Hello Bank of Starke ? t( :

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q J..rwls.... M Q.W. C.e.ir'u.(.. 7.aM..J a.I T.a.w.d,4S.u. I I office.Canovu's _ When can I get a statement of I.

I carries a full liner of apple
1 I butter, pickles l1l'lCllr-the Heinz L my account, including today's deposits .

_v- -_L, ... line. .
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\ R. C. Groovtr of Brookor ,
in
town was Rev. C. W. Inman of Monticello[ .,.
Saturday.E.
spent Thursday and FI'iayvith! his
rlN1.S1\ daughter :Mrs. E. W. ::;tewlll't.1".
C. Scott spent Sunday in Jacksonville : Inman's old friends were glad toagain .P t1

with friends. Jon clasp, his hand. ; "Your Statement will be ready 'a
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M.[ Alvarez; motored ,
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to Jacksonville Friday. W. L. Douglass shoes are in five

r good shoes and cost less mon
Judge J.: 1'. Wills, spoilt several/ daysof minuets"I
this week in 1'nlatka. Misses: [ Alberta licillini! and Kate ey. Get them at Sternberg'11 *. I
Douglass) of Lnwti-y; spent :Saturdaywith : ?
:Miss DeliaStraws H'illinA' ,\ who wish. contribute flowersfor
S. II. Johns was a business visitorto to i
JacksonvilleIomlay.. Manorial Day will 'end them' This i is real up-to-llic-minutr !bank service get a neatly printed) sUiteim-nt each .

for men at cut pri made into bunches to the residence ---giving!! the customer the tiling he month showing all checks and deposits t
C. D. ( of of :Mrs. A. II. Freeman during the
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Sunday in tunn.Starko with Gainesville friends. spent ces. _Sternberg's.-? I morning Saturday_ :'JOth.; in>-t.i nerds) at the time he needs it. mil a bal.uu-pyou kllouJ is right., Every iThis ; r

:Mr. and l Mrs.: S. J. Prescott and :Miss checking account will receive these regu- t ..
F. A. Scott, of Jacksonville spent Gladys Prescott, of Sampson! City i Palm Beach suits for men at is I the I kind! of service\ wo are now .' i
Sunday in Starke with his family. were in Starke Wednesday. special prices.' Sternberg's. l.ir monthly statements' to cth..rilh thecniufled i\ '
prepared 1 to give 10 you. ,
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Mrs. L. A. Davis Sr., of Crandall Fine line :Men's Suits $9.98 up at "0111
Messers. J. C. and J. F.Kickliter .
Poppcll
is visiting her son, L. A. Davis ("n-h Department Store.Mr \Vc hive. recently installed a Burroughs +
Sunday morning at nearby
The/ Burroughs will .
ledgers )
\ also-post our
John Bitch -- -- ---- -- rural churches presenting the claimsof I Bookkeeping M.ichine whirls I I
j of Sapp Station spent : [ and Mrs. R. R. Wynn, of Hampton the Five Year Program for Southern giving us neatly kepi and
Sunday with his uncle N. T. Ritch.Mrs. spent the week-end with their baptist Kducutionul: institutions.Cnnova's ; 1 handles our accounting work and I keeps accurateaccounts

daughter.Irs.. 1-'. A. Scott.Men's . and providing nn absolute and ,
J. T. Griffin and Mrs. R. :M. a statement cat each: customer's account t .
carries the best
--- -- grade of
Johns spent Friday in Jacksonville.C. straw hats. 1.50 to Cheese and butter--on ice always ready all t I. ", with I entries made I niitom.itic proof of the accuracy of every

N. Cooper, of Jacksonvile spent 3.00 at Stump's.Amonpr I right up to date entry on our stalemenls and ledgers.We .
Sunday with his.. family near StnrUu. W. T. Lecky arrived in Starke
_ ---- Tuesday to take! his work with the
up
the Starke purchasers of lime of r ( are sure That the improvement. in
W. II. Alexander of Hampton was II. A. Shaver canning factory. :Mr.I.ecky Any you want a statement 11
new cars last week were :Messers[ : F.
attending to business in Sturke Tues II. Lent and l Jos. E. Wilson.Ice spent lust season in Starke and your balance in a huny, it is ready for our service made possible- by the machine "
his friends be welcome
many will glad to -
day. bookkeeping method, will ;
him buck. you. meet
" Cream every Saturday at - I, with!I ,approval I and I that .I'
will
!Mrs. Jas. Darby, of Jacksonville is Canova's. your you
the guest of relatives in Starke this New shoes coming in every Instead of'leaiing{ your pass book for a..rl'd.'le| | the convenience and prulec- .tI i

, week. Allan Canova of Gainesville, spent week. Come and see them at two or three d.iys at. the last| of the linn against t error afforded by the 111"1 1 tk,<
wJerry in -:;tllrk > with his.
Sunday : ( parents
'. of Jacksonville Stump's.The I month in order to have it balanced you ch.mically Figured \
Wills was a Mr. and :Mrs. E. K. Canova. nl.ilernents. '
weekend visitor with home.folks in \w, ]
I
Starke.Dr. I Hose for men, ladies and Senior Epworth League\ will !;
entertain at the residence of Col. andMrs.
J. II. Kelley spent' "several days children at Sternberg's.Wilbur : [ D. E. Knight, this evening from '4.
sr\ of this week in Starke wit" Supt. E. nine until eleven o'clock. All mem- 11
l' R. Poppell. Scott of Gainesville, spent bers are expected! to be present each ,, BANK of STARKE .
-. the weekend in Starke with his par member bringing one invited guest. |
: P. I.. Gaskins of Jacksonville ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. l
spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs. 11. Nice line of Men's Work Shoes; best We especially\ invite checking' : accounts. \ :
C. Richard.Mr. Men's Felt Hats $1.00 value-for quality lowest prices, at Canova's.As f 4
$2.49 at Cash Department Store. I None are too large for our facilities and none ,

and Mrs! N. Sternberg Returned
a result of a street fight near too small to have our careful attention.
Friday morning from a''motor, trip to Miss Eunice Robinson of Jackson, the station Saturday night Charlie

Jacksonville. '. vine is spending the week at the Strickland white, and Rob Albert[ col-
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. ered, will hare to appear before the tA

Yellow homespun 12 1-2 mayor Monday afternoon to answer

y cents at Stump's. .* Special prices on ladies, to the charge of disorderly conduct. ur

men's and children's white

i Miss! Effie Bitch of Sapp. is spending shoes ,and pumps at Stump's. We have a fine line of boys' ,
the week in Starke with relativesand and men's summer weight in int

friends. E. K. Perryman student of the suits. Stump's. I t '

(. J. L. Peek was attending) to busl_ University at Gainesvile, spent the ,
week-end in Starke with relatives.
ness! matter in the metropolis Friday If. D. Randall, of Lnwtey, had the .
and Saturday.W. misfortune of losing his home and c
Get gasoline'' and' engine oil
I __ _' your : contents by fire Saturday afternoon. l

!f l. Young rl'turnc,1Veln..rlay at Canova's.Hawson No insurance was curried and fi* i Mrs.[ J. N. Fralick' Messrs.. (;nmi in! i i
from n bn<:in".... trip to Dupont, Has- ,, none of the furnishings I were saved it ,' ,
Davis) of Jacksonville is in | < tings and Dunncll. win a total loss. I I of Providence Sunday INSURE WITHJOS.
Starke during the week-end with his MI-.S KIVII: spent -
--- - Mr. and :Mrs. .1. R. Davis. : in Starke with relatives.MIS .
Ginnham 12Stump's. 1-2 cents at parents --. --. !Men's Palm, Beach Punts the bet E. WILSON i
rr-iiig from $1.93 up. Hetrulnr $.".00 : K'lisi: )llnrrisiin[ and, brother'
Yard wide bleaching good values und up. Cash! Department. I Dennis and Fritz Townsend I I, of Lake STARKE, FLORIDA
18 cents at Stump's.Mrs. Store. in to-.vnThursday the
quality: Itutler! were GENERAL
Mr.'PI\ Mrs N. T. Flitch returned .. . .. of Mr. and :\11'". J. t O. Frulick. INSURANCE
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from tli- '. i 1- moon \trip down tho ,, _. I
r East feast Friday. : r.. W. :Mills of Jacksonville, Ernest: Leach who bus been in si'r_ :\ - - FI R E-LI FEBONDSAUTOMOBILEGet
.. spent Sunday in Starke with her vice of Uncle' Sam, received hi1) ills At the Sunday; s II hool hour last Sun-
-- pal'l'nt"I': and :Jars. Perry' Dover. "hnrl"In"t week and spent a shortwhile "u! rimrn'ng Mii Audrey. :-'III'lhn'fI\C, I I -
]MilVirtnn |i-ft Tuesday afternoon -. --- . with his parent=, Mr. mid 1 :\Ir... and<1 D ris, Scott. uml, 11: "r. <'liir<.rd, Ilut- -
f"r .T" !U'nnville where he will ',, Fhivor's: ice cold Ginger i Ale at L. I.. I.eneh. He, left Sumlnv for ihiii-nn", l'l'pnrtl',1, plirnses" of recent, I i i:: jjiJ ,
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see \in1" oni"loymi'nt.: Conova's. Jacksonville to secure a position. Itarain' : 111'lotion I Ciinvention hold. at =
-- --- I u'' a City; to tin1 members, of the I IJap-
T. N. t.jnhiii{ > spent the wec>I-.nd :Mr. and :Mr[ s..I. R. Cushing! of Jacksonville tist t Sunday: :Sthul.: 1 your Seconds rrnm.ii reliable' drtilrr., I hnndl./he!) Goodyear: brniula.3Dx3 s '
See beautiful line of Ladies .
our : J 1-2 "orl.J..idmrf'aul" $20 Tire, will '.. mM SATURDAY
with hi1 "s'in. Homer, who is a student spent the past week with I -- --'- and MON
Gi-ortra. Tw h. Atlanta.Monkey their duhtl'I'11"11., : : 1W.; Hayes. and chilt'rcn"' Hats at ,1 10-4 bleached and unbleached II[ DAY for $16.50.Q' ]
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I Ir. special prices at Stump sO sheeting, 59 cents atStump's. R. BURROWS, The Tire Mnn i
skin work shoes for !i Wen's overalls SI .93. best .
.
S1.C9!> at Stump's. i Ii grade, worth $2.50 at Stump's I.. A. Wynn brought to the Rank of -.-"- ---- ----- --_ :
i .. Ptiirkc' Monday, a freak" of nat"re' in I
-- the slmpe of a douljl"lfcnd', ) [| rabbet\ , *. \i!, nl'v( attertioiin. lit four. (o'clock ready, sale for lh,,'m. They have seruretj | .\d r. and M..... Willie Reddish'. Mr... 1
Mr. and :\1".--. R. :M. DowIinK are [I I' Mrs J. T. Wills Jr., nnd (children Both: heads were perfectly, formed the children of the :Methodist Sunday the agency of tho Kvmnicl.; |/1.- I Daisy ["'"JSIl'Y, and. children, Mrs. J. S.
.
upcnditi several days in Jacksonville 'MyrticeEmily[ ; and J. T. .JI"1'" hunt andpicnic tai hublu towboat Motor will
Schfll enjoyed an Raster: egg and uniluiluke ',.
and from stem. It will
: grew one remain Hosier mid( .Mr.I and i, Mrs. J. :M. Kosier:
with friends relatives in Starke during ,
wifk of
this j i truest; exhibition nt the Unnk. at the park. This happy little to supply tbosu spending|) | the! \
-------- I I the past week. on affair was arranged! by :Mrs.. K: K. Muiiuner" on the lake! with this active! j IMiMHPs: : Daisy [Lewis, I.ois Hosier; "tJ

Mrs.! Don Peabody and son, Prentice Special' sale Men and Ladies I'erryman assisted by :\lrs..1.V.. little worker. j I I Dully (Clius.si-r Janniu Sapp I Iloria
left :Monday[ for Tavares where Canova carries nothing but first on Whitewho told I tho children a story -------- ---- I Busier, Ella: (iriifin; I.illio Kapp Mut- '.1'
they will visit relatives. class groceries. Try him. Spring' Shoes' at Cash Department of the first Easter: egg hunt. I.. U. Ilik'hfill, of the extension |)opartment tie' Sapp, Myrtlo lirilfin, Dilious and! .1
of the
-- in the
------ -'- University, was
!Men's Panama Hats from 93; cents Mrs/T. D. Proctor and: children Store. \ Prices on our Groceries are County, Friday. !going\ \ over plans for Hiiliiu Hosier Messers. LUll Hosivr .' .(i1 C
after I the with W. Ted [Lewis, F.d.; Reddish liar
up at Cash Department Store. Ruby and Earl returned Sunday bottom-Price few work County Agent O. Hrittian Hosier
a week visit with friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Halligan of down to the a Caswell.! Mr. IliKhfill stated. that he William. Morgan Schelliu Hosier! .!, ,

Miss Elizabeth Andrews of Jack- in Daytona. Larkins are spending several weeksin staples and be convinced-Cash I finds the Demonstration work in good C'lyde C'urmicheal Levy Norman Horace \,
of the weekIn Starke with relatives. Mr Ilalli. Department) Store. I condition. Bradford! County farmers! !Hosier Dilburt Sapp, Andrew '' ,
yule spent the first part centsat gun is in the employ of the II. A. an to be classed: among those of the :
Men's dres" shirts 75 Wilkinson All reported nice '
a
relatives. i
with very
Starke I counties. ..
Shaver Co., and has been in charge more progressive Everywhere time and plenty of !
Stump's. of the factory at Miami during the Interest in B. Y. 1' U. work is he stated he found much interest : Wilkinson eggs.Elisha was a visitor to
Men's blue and StumO work past season. evidenced this w '*k by the senior in staple crops and live stock. J. !M. Hosier's home last Sunday.

shirts, 79 cents at ;[s. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gardner of Jacksonville -- union attending rts.althe thethethtt Jhe; corn and pig clubs work in Clydi Carrnicheal[ was a 'pleasant
which ho i is interested
returned to their home Tuesday !- Hamilton Brown shoes in the union attaining class A-number one particularly caller to J. 11. Sapp's home tart Sun
after spending a weekat and eight seals in Study Coupe by was particularly gratifying. HB! stated day evening.
Ang.' Steavens an employer tIer: afternoon lake.Something ,'latest t English oxford at Sternberg's. the Junior Union with one seal in the that Mr. Can well is. buying some of 1- .
rill.Stenvens. Jacksonville, 't ,spent Kingsley study course effecting an organization the ,test. pigs' 'n the statw fur Bradford tCl Ocoococ llOttttEC QtOC70t191b'0LOWNF.Y'S
Sunday with homcfolks. 5 with th" ful quota of officer nnT County boy. '
......::. I new-try Grapelade atCanova's.
------- <(t. the !leadership of Miss Snellprnve. a ---- 1 ; & FULLER'SFHlSN ...1 t
Men's $2.00 Value Shirt going at j Miss: Pauline Anderson of Archer and bv the Sunbeams who met -- KVKIUJItEEN.Kviygreen.; : ; = CANDIES I
$1.29. Cash Department :.Store.Invest. and si..ter.Iiss: Ia.len.I'r -- Elmer Fralick returned to his homein :Micnnopv; attended the! Pavlo-Ander- gun work. : April 25.--II'ry: Red.ding ti ComO ToW. I ,
I Providence Sunday after spending ion wedding in Starke Saturday af_
------- Saturday night with his
several days In !Starke'! with his ternoon. While here they were WHY PAY :MOKKT Just a few of spent | ;: A. BESSENT
brother J. O. Fralick.Men's guests! at the home of !Mr. and,I Mrs. flrocerieH; {I'ici- vrllnll"rents.11": and .Mrs. 11. Wilk : I 1 II
A. W. Anderson. our prices on Staple -- ,inson. )(HI.ltQtIrnll: ; ,uIiIl./I"llt'll/ ) ) ,Ill( ifJl7lf; IiiM414!
J2cIt'al; : H/,c! Grist; i'-c' ; I.anl. \1".1
[Uelburt visitor to : [ |
] shirts and collars of Kapp was u
",, grade compound 2.c; ; Sugar 10<*;
Special price on :Men's Clot h. I'. M. Crew, Saturday.
quality at Sternberg's.Mrs. :\fpllt. 2:;('. Our line of canned goodsare :
Mettsers. W. It. and A. J. Wilkinson
ing overalls etc. Also Ladies
,
In
the freshen and cheapest town.
I visiting
and l Kllery; Redding were
In J D. Hatcher. of Folkston, Ga, arments.: Ginghams and Dre s CASH DEPARTMENT: STORK. J. W. Griffin's Sunday afternoon. IS YOUR LIFEINSURED
arrived Wednesday for a short visit Goods. Cash Department Store' Those enjoying the Easter egg pip- :
with her daughters\ :Mrs. T. D. Proc I I :Mr. J. E. Cohen of the firm of Cohen pin at J :M. Ho ier'M Sunday after-
ter and :Miss Agnes Markham Hros.. and :'>11". and !Mrs.[ Albert noon were: Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Hupp, '; ? ,
brio R. A. Weeks and family .1. II. R>_ .Snmer+ of Jacksonville, were visitors! .1.1l 1
Gainesville Butter nut Bread-fresh ch and family, !\II". and Mrs F. n. to Stance Monday. The occasion oft -=- : !
:very day-Canova's.GlORGE'S Long scent the day in Jack-orvll| <* *-"ir v1 :it was business, connected, COFFINS CASKETS I '; I REPRESENT THE
Friday.The party spent several hoursat w;th the Quigley\ Broom ('0", and! \l I (
Camp Johnson watching the bird vVIo Ecru|: they were entertained And a full line of I II i MUTUAL LIFE INS. 1f
men assemble their ma-hinf ard ;c'tv'en trains: with nn auto trip Undertakers' Supplies :
-- Phone *ak.. to the air performing feats to I ir. :p> I I'T-n .H" :M"srs.[ ,1. T. Q'. i';lpy I CO. OF N. Y., THE '
Phone MARKET 144 thrill the thousands out for the oe.asion. nrvl Jon. E. WiNon. They expressed Automobile hearse. I '
144 ai'riatiorn of the thrift and enterprise Always on hand. The best! stir '' OLDEST COMPANYIN

Hams Sausage of the town. vice lit the lowest e... S
all times. prl picmnttenf
Full line of Fr esh Meats THE U. S. u
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Loin" 2Sc. | In 'plplC.h'r.ttor.. .
Rb,
Sirloin per lb. 30c. 17 l-2c. contracting: Dividing/ The Quiifley Lumber &: Supply! Co. --- I IIeWlrT
30c. Brisket Stew have made several improvements in K'IIsteref! Elllh.l! : I'er
Tenderloin "I Repairing :(;
30c. Best Roast".. 25c. 1 their store building, od ling a liirTewiflow I J.OS. E. WILSON 1 1
Round Steak Rib Stew 15c.: Quigley Lnmr-er fr frprly Ci."Estimate . ti>'th< fr nt to 'IislahnH; I C. BONES -
Chuck Steak 'f 20c. '- I''s 1 Th : fir" "
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PAGE SIX lUlAIlPOItl COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE: FLORIDA I'nl/A/ APRIL, 25, 1919.

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IMEI: I'I.OWIfolI0WFI: ; RESULTS ;

If 1\Bradford-'iounty Farmers; ..
\ Mr. I D.: E. Johnson, who lives :'j miles II,
from Starke on the Sampson City BOOST your Home State by sending

road was in town Saturday and in conference
" with County Agent O. W. Cas-

' \ "-,, . . . . . . . . pint to 100 gallons to the first up- through carelessne-s on his TIBI"* wall; well repoits{ I that he mule) already 'your Mail orders to a Florida House'Our
plicatu be allowed to procure another, m '| !ly observe' the benefit to his corn as a
''I the disease thofield of his allonirns: of tlnui-, result of deep and early turning of the
In in in excess one
KKl'OUIS) case appears
O COUNTY ACEMTS: / : Service has National
., I. ; and the regular scedulu has Miind C. C. I soil. Part of the field, was plowedin given us prominence :.
E 4i not been used, ; the folowing/ emergency The distribution is further safeguarded the winter with a two-horse plow ,
I i 4 pr.h A@ OGF9ica0 hR measures are recommended : 'and the balance was plow.] later with \
of less than
by a penalty not
I'lnella County: The citrus irow-- If an infested plant is found; the ten nor more than one hundred, dollars n Dixie plow. Lust week while the I I I:
; crs ure jubilant over the largo setting IbId should be sprayed immediately. for making false statements: for boy was cultivating/ the corn the first FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
of interest is being time he stopped to ask his father why
fruit; and much This spraying should be repeated tho procurement of serum anti vu us. I nj JRLEADING
displayed in grove sanitation and ton; are in the State directing conditions A six months' imprisonment sentence it was the corn on one side of the
'h spraying for better fruit. Several are still favorable for development may be given in lieu of this fine in field looked! so much better and the Everything in BOOKS
packing house firms me considering of the disease; a third spray aggravated cases of false swearing. land, easier cultivated than on the
enlarging und l improving their pluntH ing two weeks later may.be necessary. The act is to Lake effect immediately I other side of tho fielil.! Mr. Johnson Office Outfitters
for handling the next season's crop G. 1) Tucker and M. L. Uenn of the upon becoiiing a law. About the only explained I to him that it was due entirely Complete
LINES
Farmers arc growing more general Bureau of Plant Industry; Washington (criticism yet heard of the bill is that to deep and early preparation of
7 crops. Sugar tune and coin looking ; are! in the SEtate dll'l'ctilll'un' / the appropriation/ is too small. This the seed bed. lIe repotted, to Mr. Toys and Athletic GoodsArtists if
well. of will be of this other diseases Caswell that he could tell the difference ,
J I Large average rice trol operations! and may be changed It.! ,I planted. Largo is headquarters for ; and interested growers may secure up on account reading I in the corn right up to the furrow and Draftmen's Materials
, ,,' j 'rice need. the services of these men hy addressing This testimony of Mr. Johnson as well Surveyors
''all that of other. farmers in
them Agricultural Experiment many
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1 ; HOG SKIU'M: DISTRIBUTION 1U1.1. '
Flagler County: The first of the Station; Gainesville.. 1 If As SIOKM11 ME.Members Bradford County is ample to justify KODACS, Photographic Supplies
.
the a
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I
spring of potatoes were shipped
i crop
I' I recently; bringing $10 l() per hid>1, Thereuere PEANUTS' ; FOIl (' ):COMMKKCI : / Express; Disapproval of the paration tion Agents of the on seed early bed.and! We deep all hope pier Thermos Bottles Safety Razors
two cm loads in the shipment for
the
Appropriation Distributing
i that next year will bring us more
of the
Hamilton County: A good number Spanish A great variety many were peanuts planted, lust H'nH'dyUilFilllllly Committee.rlo/ Sent to AllowS Agricultural favorableeasons for deep and, early We carry complete stock in all our lines r rI
I plowing the land! than had during
leaving and the indications are that .. / we
E? I of farmers are oar cotton year; inc Growers' Association to
r'' ," i altogether' ; and adopting livestock. and this acerage will be large this year. Amend.Tallahassee. I. the past winter.' Printers, Lithographers, Engravers
I'' food crops in its place. Thereis In growing peanuts as a commercial S'flJETS--:; !

promise of plenty of summer fruit. clop to be harvested and marketed April, 17.p..l'treit: of .I : ( RECEIVE; : BONUS Manufacturers of Loose Leaf SystemNE
I ;' i The ncc-rnge planted to rice will boconsiderable1 | for oil purposes or for feed ; S. W the squally day of the 1SH7 ,session I of ----- aAa -
for West Florida I n result inquiries. received! in
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l i urn-used this year. Iliatt; district' agent were present, in the house of representatives -
0 I". j --- '' says that there are several points{ toward the close of the .ses i i his office as to whether or not members -

i Washington County : Eight II that should, he considered. sion today. They were called up by of the Student! Training Corps, N & W B.STATONRY .
s I onstiationH in Napier! and ,d.m'l The t> pe of soil best adapted to Mr. Green's, bill making an appropriation :
l [ were entitled! to the bonus of $(;OAO(
of sandy loamy nature U
1. the III one a ;
grass have been planted ; and, a crop for the free distribution of hog
f I.. R" I, watch will be kept on the results >ib- ; preferable with a well drained serum and they were rather mixelll'OmpUIlY provided! for honorably discharged
i tanied' ;My, records show that there subsoil. The main point' to be considered of /goblins belonging to thecitrus soldiers, sailors and marines; Senator -

\ ",. : are in this county 89! boys and one I in the pre paratiutt of the land is canker. and hog/ cholera serum'' Turk Trammel! addressed un inquiry BOOK ANO ART STORE.i -
I. gill! in the corn" clubs; three boys and that it I be well prepared and thoroly lights of the past When the smokeof to the War Department requesting:' definite
one girl in the peanut club; and ::11It. pulverized The plowing should be battle cleared away it was discovered I information relative thereto
., boys and two gills in the pig club. done! so that a lose soil of about (II inches Mr, Green's bill hud taken -J| and 1 is in receipt of a letter from which 45-49 W. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.

1. There arc" 4'1: demonstrators concluctft is. obtained.- The... use. of 'a disk.. its uluce on the (calendar and re. I the_.__ _ft\n\vlnff__}n]_ .. ___". i.ia_ mmtnil...._n_.
lag HI demonstrations! is advisable; as ,it win pulverize tau committed tothe committee on agriculture -
"You are advised that membersof LC l!
the sand that has
i soil and loosen up where it : ---"
may undergo some
fi.\I' \ Putnam County: Many of the farmi been broken; and leave the soil in ex! (I changes, before it goes before the members this Corps of the were United regularly States inducted Army,

I .i era digging/ potatoes. The prices secured cellent condition for planting./ house again. and if honorably discharged, are entitled -
I have been splendid. Club workprogressing Generally speaking; an application Earlier in the session Mr. to the bonus."
Green had
E. O.
of acid
in all parts of the coun of from 200 to 400 pounds PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY:
m/Jd. an attempt to get the bill ,
up
phosphate will be found beneficial. On
. r. ty.sweet Many potatoes.farmers The planting cause in early the very poor land; from 100 to 200 Ibu. !i,| stating that it had been passed overtwic" Sign in front part of a long, lean, Jacksonville, Florida
and he desired it to have
of cottonseed meal should be included early lanky barbershop on a certain streetin
J past has been that too little attentionwas Fertilizers
consideration it having been favor. Insecticides Sprayers
.. paid to the marketing of this with the phosphate; and thoroly mix! 1 this town reads: "Trousers Pressed Poultry Supplies
ed with the soil; whether applied ably reported and reached inits regu For thirty!{ yean we have been manufacturing fertilizer ..
crop; and this year we plan to have lar order on the calendar. It had in the rear while you w it. Ex. in thin Slate we have uriified cur
all the potatoes graded according to broadcast or in the drill. Liming of tomera in every county in Florida.
| been printed he urged and was now on --
is essential in the I I
the soil -
very production
the standurd.Crade/ 'the desks of all the members they "If nice Write For Latent Price, List Prioe., in
of peanuts in most of the so I a strange young man tried always line with Qnaliti
Sumter territory adapted to the growing of could fully understand it. The ilL 'I to kiss you, Mabel, what would you ,
County: Many acres are tempt to take it succeeded. Mr. >II I
t planted to watei/ 'melons in the north the crop in this state. This should), bo i Futch of Alachlua.up county, asked that ado ?" "Why, I'd give him a smack." 1
applied two months before planting; I I
? end of the county;. and the vines look the bill be recommitted to the com
good. Condition of im in the form of ground limestone; ut
proved. ('rops.Crl'atly/ the rate if from one to three tons per mittee on agriculture The purposeof MOSQUITOES ARE I
the request he stated was to permit
acre. Where it 1 is not practical to use

Taylor County : Plans are being this form of lime; hydrated lime nt the state Swine to(0/Growers'; before, Association the committee of the I! VERY DANGEROUSThey .
the rate of 500 pounds to the 11I'l'enlllY I
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made- to hall a county fair this full ;
p This will be the first held here in he 't.il'dut planting time. with certain provisions they wanted Give You :Malaria\ Hut Wil!
F three The (For commercial! pui poses the Spanish to have incorporated, into the bill I i liams' ;No. 101 Tunic Takes It Away.
jeai'H most progressivefarmers variety is. bet suited to conditionsin From an outside source it is said<1 Hiis I': Jillions of mosquitoes will come
for the fair and T
are anxious I Ii. '
: promise," their ; this state. It has been found to new' matter they wanted to introduce'is this spring from the low, marshy
support.
I I produce heavier; better Tilled pods on a proviSion effecting the distribu. places which are watered by the torrential "LET'S fiN 1 t

Manatee County: Tomatoes in good land slightly acid than will any of the ton- of tho serum. rains in ;March Fifty years

grow i ing/ condition. Very little runner" varieties. The upright growth Refuse IIH'r'IIK'dplroprlntion.. ago these pesky "varmits" were looked
blight .has been observed.Kucnmbin of vines tends to lessen the cost of Uefoie: the bill was linaly recom. I upon as a nuisance only. Hut in recent
gathering; the pods' mature more milted ;Mr. Jarmon, of :Santa; Kosa'' years !scientists have found that
I : County: Tick eradication/ nearly lit the same time; and the hay county tried to get through an amend, !I i| they transmit malaria-and that it iI isI

Work /going "m very rapidly./ There: is of excellent Duality when properly mint to the bill increasing the up_ I I t transmitted in no other' way. Wil-
1 i are now i iU! vtitt; all being pistil' Five handled. I' propnation from fifty thousand dolars I,I liam, NO. 101 Tonic is a recognized!
more are in the course of construc This variety may be planted anytime to one hundred thousand dollars for spec'lie for treating malaria and is being
tion. Very little opposition to clip I front, April 1 until July 13.: Under the two years' period, but this failed, ,, used 'xt..n"iv"ly 1 and successfully 1k[ E t
{ 3 ping. normal weather conditions, the of adoption as did also: an amend., I|'I I in the malarial sections. It contains r
best results will Vie obtained by plant- ment byIr, Grc'elto increase e the Quinine, which is deadly to the millI -

Orange County: Still sprayirgl I I ing dining the latter' part of April amount to IIcventy_fi\'e thousand. ,I'I anal 1l'l'IulKo ironhuh stiengh-

grapefruit for citrus scab. Growers; I land May! in the northern anti westernI During the dii4'usllion11'. Phillips I' thens and invigorates the body, and '
are lining up as never !before> fur I part of the state. On land suitable of Columbia county, took u shot at'I ;Magnesia ; which keeps- the bowels' .
blighter and better fruit. Groves: are for cultivation with the weeder the the live stock sanitary board. He regular and healthy. It is n good
a being/ well cultivated to retain the I Il11oillu'e rows may vary from 21 to !ao! inches said he would oppose this bill for the enl'rlll tonic and a bottle of it should
and, heed should' be dropped be in every home in a malarial district TIle
j jHradfoid apart; reason that the amount asked for was ..l't'u war is won
(
I to (h; inches/ in the drill From 10 to too small for purpose asked and bottle from your drug ,
County: Cotton, will be ,1 12 'quails of seed' will be required to would be only another sum to go into gist. Refuse to accept any substi
practically abandoned. this Hcason. plant an acre. It is generally considered the hands of that board to be frittered, tute. There is no other medicine like but the bills
Corn: ; peanuts and forage taking best to shell the seed before away. He thought the amount too must be

the ,place of cotton. Farmers ('n- planting; especially where a planteris large for the later purpose.Mr. I it.The ,
bo usedA will lessen Strong Withstand tho Winter
thusiastic over the prospects of the to planter ; .
d the of Jones' of Nassau county embraced Cold better Than the Weak paid. .
cost
hog as a money crop. Hog sales days production by more rapid the I
, being and uniform planting. opportunity himself i You must have Health, Strength and
are_ planned for the coming win- squarely_ on record as to_ nil nnnrn_ I Endurance -
\' I"r. Only well filled mature pods should priations. lie declared he -would- not--- ,i to fight Colds Grip and Influenza.

/J ; ___.___ be planted. There is no question but vote for any except appropriations I I When your blood Is not In a healthy
: ; HAVK': .\ Hl'MMKH' : : (,AIUI.\. ;!. that the yield of peanuts may be materially for the maintenance of departmentsof 1 condition and does not circulate properly
.
'. increased by careful seed se- state and state Inlltitutionll.ThrolJA'h your system is unable to withstand the
It' l : The summer garden from the standpoint lection. Winter cold.GROVE'S. S The success of the
farmer
a Mr. Wicker, of
of home TASTELESS Chill
TONIC
economy is one worthy
;, of more than passing HOG SERUM RILL GETS EARLY: sumter county, came up flatly against Fortifies
I consideration. the the System Against Colds Grip

,tj i' ". ,) the District summer agent"war; S. gardens"W. Iliatt planted says that in STAKT IN:' LEGISLATURE; ,I i I He characterized measure proposed for as the unjust by Mr.any Green.measure the and Blood.Influenza by Purifying and Enriching Victory Liberty Loanis

!. ; west Florida lust season proved so Hill Carries' $50.000 AppropriationOut public providing for expenditure of It contains the well-known tonic prop
I profitable that many shill be planted of General Fund I I money personal gain. erties of Quinine and Iron in a form
n ?, again this year. 1., A number of other members spoke acceptable to the most delicate stomach, your job.
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For northwest Florida: he says; it <(< By John C. Trice.) generally to the bill. Altogether it and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel
is not to late to plant okra; cucum- Tallahassee, t\pril12.-The hog serum was a stormily time, the proposition its Strengthening,Invigorating Effect. 60c. ,
/' I hers; eggplant ; peppers and sweet question is up before the legisla-1 I I to recommit the bill finally succeeding.

ill. potatoes. Also pumpkin and squash ; ture at the very beginning of this .----
: and to transplant the tomatoes. The session nail from the progress it has NEW: vTlllKTY: OF. UPLAND COTTON n You
bush lima beans should not be overlooked already made, will likely go through ;! BEING.: DEVELOPED! ( are lending-

; and can be planted any time in time to remedy any objections of
from April to June; and, the same is the governor, should' he exercise the :May Supplant Sea Island Made
I true of polo and snap beans. veto Precarious By Roll Weevil not giving
power again. ;Mr. Green, of Bradford Keep Well your mon-
Land for summer gardens should county, introduced a bill in the I I I V MIn I I
be especially well prepared and con house on the 10th inst., it went to the the annual r'port'If the Bureau I
s tain a large amount of humus; in order live stock committee, and was favorably ,''of I Plant Industry, United States nc-I I Do not allow the ey and l Government ;
'J to consume the moisture necessary I I I reported. from that committee on pllrlml\t of Agriculture, for the year poisons of undigested:: your -
to maintain the growth of the plants, I the day following its introduction. It ended June :30, 1917, mention is madeof food to accumulate in 4,
A lining the diy, seaan.V her,' it is ;. therefore gets. a location among the a new variety of upland cotton cal I your bowels, where they
possible, to water or irrigate; the sue- ',I first on the calendar, and will likely led ;Meado. It was stated that, possessing are a*.orbed into your guarantees
cess' of a summer garden is assured. reach the senate at an early date. the more rapid and prolific fruiting system. Indigestioncon!:: t.
Swat the master! I I habit of stipation, headache, bad
Infertile
upland cotton, thia variety -
eggs The feature that has heretofore defeated
are hard to spoil nnd has been blood, and numerous its
; wi
than the are more marketable the serum bill is eliminated in developed with lint other troubles are bound return h illter-
title scarcely distinguishable in
ones. texture
this hill. Instead. of taking the funds to follow.
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--- 1 and Keep your
length of fibre from that
i for the out of the produced -
carrying proposition clean
system as thousands
PIU't \\ IUMIIONS: : by the Sea Island
1 ) :4; 1'1)11I1 ) from the .state 10'1111"of\ health cotton of of others est.
.\:>.nm \CMISI.: :\ ,: 'fund. S.IO.OOO 1 is. by this bill appropriated Georgia; and\ Florida, says the State taking an occasional do,dose by"
Mnrketinir; Hiirpnii
; out of ihel'neral funds; of .. -- n. I Ii of the old, reliable, veg I
I Cite First Spray| henines Keith the state i The subject is also noticed in the report etable, family liver medicine
to (Kim The distribution of the scrum-ami a of the bureau for the year' ended DThedford's

I virus is by this bill to he in tho June :HO, 1018. In the report of 1917 it
' v As a result of a conference of put was said that the
pathologlsts hands of the live .stock continued production -
1 ef tin. Uurenii:' of sanitary of Sea Buy today-\-Ccrh
Plant Island cotton in
In- "Florida
ti. duntry; Department of Agriculture ban rd., I It Is to be purchased by that and Georgia' seems precarious on : '

and) of the ''I"l'ioin F.xpenment: , Station board' under, contract after having reteiveel : count of the ravages' of the boll aC-1
bids from least
; the fel'wim t ;, re 'ommenitntions" at three com vil. The development, however of I
net'tive bidders Black-Draught
are given for tontiol and no more than ;
nnthiacnose of watermelon l.OHO I ( I'. C', to be furnished to one man I Meade variety, the report of 19111'1 I It

c ; Thro applii/: alien of bordeaux:< mixture during' any one year. Application t hav- says tain it the may production make it possible of extra to staple or installs t r.
inr to be made
will th" hy the owner or custodian :: t ;
.
h proxint snrend of anthracnose cotton in the South Atlantic states .
dnv of the hogs to he treated underoath Mrs. W. F. Pickle of
; mildew; and may that he i is tho The Meade cotton Is much earlier 1 Rising Fawn, Ga., writes
i to certain owner or custo- :
ex tentttiti'd I
:M\rnsTihai" "lion of such animal. I than the Sea Island and has yielded "We have used Thed- ry
. .
rclla Blight. The .
.ntn.l! of these diseases I more than twice as much in alternate ford's lilack-Draught
means an in. r.'nid viel.j Only those veterinarians, county with Sea Island as t
and<1 a planting under weevil a family medicine.
My
better quality of fruit The f.dowmg agents and laymen who have been conditions. The fibre attains* a lengthof I I mother-in-law could not .' This' contrio
schedules are advised1 granted permits are to be allowed toadminillt..r space 4tSwif
: I 11.2 inches or more, under favor take calomel it seemed ..
f 1. Spray for the first time when what is known ns the dou able conditions The crop is harvested too strong for her, 10 she ,
the vines begin to run. ble lows treatment. No hog owner who air I In the same manner, and ginned with 1 used Ulack-Drauchlaia: ? <\,;.
2. The second spravmg should be part of his supply to spoil the same machinery as Sea Island mild laxative and liver

given when the plants have developed! < HO that the substitution would cause regulator. . We use it
1Y a good system of runners. Habitual Constipation CuredIn no change in the customary methodsof In the family and believe 1: & -Ic0

1 3t The third spraying should bei' 14 to ;31 Days"LAXFOS handling Sea! Island cotton eitherat It Is the best medicine for .
given about three weeks before WITH PEPSIN" Is a pecially. the ginnery or on the market. The! I the liver made." Try It
turity. ma prepared Srrup Tonlc.Laxatlvl for Habitual Meade cotton has been sold in Savannah Insist on theJtenullleThedford's. -

' 4. The fourth spraying should be Constipation. It relieves promptly but on the same footing as Sea Is- 25c: a pack- If
should be taken regularly for 14 21 alte. .
to days land. The percentage! of Ines\ lower
given about one week before
tci maturity. to induce regular action.. It Stimulates and''j because of the larger seeds, but the
For aphids; add to bordeaux mix Reitulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c I percentage of oil U correspondingly I IDii-
% ture Black Leaf 40 at the rate of 3-4 per bottle. I I I high. .

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FRIDAY APRIL, 2.->. 1l11.!)!! BHAIU-OIJD COUNTY:"
TlI.1GRAl'II. STUKK: FLORID.\ J'.UUi
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1 Comrades: Owing to adverse cir- Some are Talcum f o vi.:r.DON'T 1t
|,Women Who Can Sew Manage to cuniRtunc'cs, fumil.nr: to you all, the I
i 28th annual reunion'uml l term sot for
Keep Step With Fashion. i the election of oflicers scheduled to ,
'have been held In the City of Talla- 'i '
I basset? October lust, was indefinitely I 8,000 Government

' Interesting Little Frock of Taffeta or postponed and the present command I
became: hold-overs until the 2'Jth'! '
Printed Foulard Offered
as union.
i. Early Spring Model. I The divisional meetings. in the rc-I'

of J 1I'k..nnville.Iny: 7-10 of the
Each spnion's I styles 111"0llJch a ted Daughters of the Confederacy and FEAR !
way of overlnppInK thnt the average; the Sons of Confederate Veterans I it;
woman Just about completes' her whom we honor and wish to cn-oper- HORSES and MULES
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'ate with tho favorable
wardrobe when along! comes luforrua- gives us>' opportunity -
Uon as to what Is to be worn In the i an esteemed privilege of associating "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin."
with them in said city and
season Immediately to come. (I holding our convention on same date Quick Relief -with S.-.fjl: ;. !
Fortunately during the pnst two or ] It is therefore ordered 1 that the :Ii8C9 I 7 F,
three seasons there hnve been very reunion of the Florida Division U. ''
few rndll'nl I style olmiiKi'i, and the C. V., bo heM
woman who can sew ami lint' Mom, of :May 70. !Neuralgia: Grippe l

her own am u.siiully/ tminuse to keep' Trigade and Camp Commanders willIplease Earache Influenza!CoUs AT j AUCTlION I\
tep with Pnniu Fashion in a reasonably see that delegates to tho reunion F
Toothache Neuritis!: .
satisfactory mniitirr. are appointed at once and, endeavor ;

': The little frock shown In the sketch to secure a full representation. Achy Gums Lame Back hI
Adjutants of Camps are requested
,
la offered a'* an early. spring model.: to send by their delegates the per cap Lumbago JointI'ainsRheunatisnt .

but It la not gufllriently extreme to ita taxes>' due for In!>!UI.!) | Pain! Pain!IAdults1ake
demand classification with any imrUcu-' A sufficient/ number of indontiftca- .ISFARMERSBUYERSATTENTION
tion certificates, which will. entitle )
,; the holder to reduced railroad rates one or two !
wilt lie mailed.: in time from these tablets anytime, with water. If I !
t headquarters to l'neh11111' of the ;
necessary, repeat" Jose! three
tnte. Efforts will be made to sccure > Keep this advertisement. Remember! the dates! Attend the sale or sales :
favorable hotel accomodations. !; limes a day, after meals.:
Our Jacksonville comrades will nearest you, or attend them all. Over 11.003: well conditioned animals to be sold I of

'i strive to make our visit interesting I'I Since the original ititru'liirtton' rr AT vNCt: :! If you need fine farming or draft stock, you will get bargl\i s. f..'
and pleasant. Let us make this nn' hlit: 'I'r TnMitH uf A-M.II";'" : -:"ill: ;. 3.,I yl I
Ir i enthusiastic occassion to be romem- upon million; of tlu. >-e gi-imiuo "110. a
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bered.
lit have been "I'rHu'il! l h .i-!
pliy1clarn
pn y
| ty! order of
i 11. U. lunl'an.IajorGenel'ul and taken by I lie. people deb Sales At The Following Camps:
:\ Commanding. year, with |n>rfwl, .nfet, ) t,
x,41.' j QrM Yvy Nr II. .1. IVter, ,
k I ('hiersf. St1tr. 1 jI n.yt'r t! II.I.I 1

CE"OTEn: )' (,oVl-ITW:: Cros" ((3 AYE R Buy only Camp Wheeler Camp Wadsworth
I AT JACKSONVILLE.:<: I on fi inline k "Itat.'r"Tablets
R PIul.rgee.ASPIRIN .

;q\; The biff :Methodist Centenary Convention Macon, Ga. Spartanburg, S. C, .1 I
qo I lit Jacksonville, ended \Veiljni'sdav ( i f
afternoon lifter a series of session
so enthusiastic thnt no doubt is April 25 April 28
| entertained, of the church putting : i
across the !$! 10.OOO.OOmi"lionary; ) () !
campaign in the states of Florida, 400 Cavalry, Horses, 730 Artillery, 400 Cavalry horses 000 Artillery .
Georgia and Alabama which com- horses. 330:; Draft :Mules, horses 130; Draft Mules.
f prise the ,\t1unta1'11.. Several Atfiirtn I. the $traile mark of Hnvrr Mintifarture :For information write l.t. ('el. II. C. h. For Information write Capt.: I I'. S. Burnett 1
e'I I J(1( hundred pastors and laymen were in uf MoliuaocticacidcMor of SAltcyhcaciil. Jones Remount Depot, Camp: (!. :M. C.?; Remount Depot. i

attendance at the metings to hearI Ask for and Insist Upon Wheeler, Macon, Ga. Camp! Wadsworth: Spartanhurg, S. C.
I some of lItethodl ma' best speakersput .t
tl forward the Centenary :\11''!1I11 e. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin." I.I .
"The !Methodist! drive for "rebuilding I ''I
the world" is making wonderful
o strides" said the Rev. Alfred Evenden American Owned, Entirely.

who attended the Convention from Hancock Sevier
tt this city. Althrough it comes aftera I 20 oeM package-Larger" sizes also Camp Camp j

series of financial campaigns which .
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r have all claimed their share of the L. G. Johnson and son Rowan cal- Augusta Ga. Greenville S. C.
nation's wealth I believe it will be led on P, P. Dekle )IonJay.B. ,
more successful than any. The Centenary L. Duke was trading in Lake
will be successful financially, Butler Saturday. April 30 May 2
but its greatest; mission is a moralone Miss Josephine flume called on I(
and it will succeed in that also." Mrs. I). P. Dekle Sunday mornln Y
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The speakers at the Jacksonville Romeo and Marcus Dekle spent 300 Cavalry Horses, 450 Artillery 575 Cavalry Horses, 550 Artillery
Convention included some of the most Sunday, in ,Five Mile. Horses, 75 Draft !Mules. Horses. :aO; () Draft Mules.'
noted men of the Methodist Church Mrs Addtr Blume visited Mrs 1'. For information write Major T. E. For Information write dipt. Oliver I.. ,
Several evangelists and l missionarieswho I'I P. Dokle last week.A. Price. Remount Depot 30SCamp Overmeyer. 0.} M. C., Remount ",
are known the nation over were and S. M. Dukes P. P. Dekle t
prp"l'nt.llIIunA' whom were Dr. ..T.1: Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Parrish, Mr. and, Hancock, Augusta. Ca.: Depot', Camp Sevier, Greenville, S. C. +
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Taylor, Dr. W. E. Doughty, Dr. W. A. :Mrs Rob parrish were guests of :Mr.
Frock of Taffeta or Printed Foulard. Brown and many others.' C. :S.; Ward, and :Mrs. I D. I. lilumu Sunday.
I the 'financial wizard ;" was nrost-nt It, .1. Thomas spent Monday nt :Mr
mar Reason. It may easily lie made at also. J He has raised 1 nearly a billion Howard's farm in the Ft. Call section ,
home, uslns a pretty. printed silk. A dolors for patriotic. und l benevolent .
Gordon
Embarkation
draped dress of this kind Is' bc-com-I purposes during his career, having J. S. Howard and children tried Camp : Depot
Ing to lI..urlyIII ti; iuvs. The tunicor I been at the head of innumerable their luck. fishing in tho Dcklc millpond \

oversklrf>' Is draped: cviu-tly alike | drives such as the Red, Cross, Y. :M. C. Saturday. Atlanta Ga. North Charleston S. C.
back anti front file only Hare being/ ,, A., Armenian etc, and is now serving Gen.!" Johnson nave a party las ,
1dirt'ctnr.Jtl'nt'I'nl: of the Friday night in honor of his cousin,
over each hip. Tho bodice material World .
:Movement of Methodist: (' | Miss; Doll IP Johnson. :Miss Johnson>' returned 5 :
drown snf'Ilhollt/ the llgure, muda | -. to linker County Sunday: May May 7
over a tilted lining, of course, lull i GRAND:< AND" i'CTI'1' JtIl'i": I Anvil Parrish: and wife spent the .
fastens nt one slde| /and on the shoul. term, A. i 1) 1019.! weeU-c-ml with his mother :Mrs. Mollie :
Spring -
Horses :aU{:{(0) (CaHlry M Cavalry Horse,. :U.V: ) ArtilleryHorses.
177 Artillery '
der. The left side, Is usually preferredfor n. Cordon, .1. J. .
David (n.! Kelley, O. ; | Parrish.Mrs. ;.Mules.: . :T.u) I Drill u "M'lles.Tor .
the closing' unless the woman for hanks, 1. (E.: Norman:' O//.ie ('. ('1I"n.. \ Jus. Whitehurst spent Saturday horses HiO Draft .
Albert
\\hom tho gown 1 Is Intended H left. : Henry F. Jtcddmg.' I D. C' C'ason. .T. I,, j' und ;Sunday: with her lIibll'r11': *. For infnrmntlon Vrite l.li-itt. I I.. I.. ;infii'-ntstlion write'. ;Vi: ;or
handed. I Chnncey. Ji-s'e (C'uson Thomas A.I Uhett Diawdy. 1-"l1n'l: O!l. :M. C.. Remount U'lwt.0.: :JlIt i I Ka'ti.;: (!. ;M. C.. :>.1!h''k! -I itionDepot. '

Tho sleeves, are exceptionally smart i iAs Crawford J. J. Itrannen, J. A. (11\-1 John Spear and daughters wen Camp Cordon: Atlanta Ca.: ) ( :No.; ( harle fon, S. C.

will be seen, they lit the arms .."tfnrion. "! It. Carter I 1) .T. Harden.,:' were quests of Mr. an.111'14.: B. J. ,
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I John 'V. (.1'1''n. n. A. '\ndreu. M. Thomas Sunday
closely: lireI'I..t length, and a row .
Vr-rnri H. (,. AldermanW. 1' Byrd
of buttons extuiuld .Arum shoulder to ; I'. 1'. Pl'klo'tmaI. u business trip tiK.ufi
Thomas fin'tston' U. I II. Pyt I I. LacyPrevail. --

wrist. !I A. I. :Mnnn, I{. R. 1'rovatt .'>!rd_ <0_Tuesday." ___ Other Sales Will Be Held As Follows:
:M. J. Alvarez Christopher C. I pOlllo..rIt. -

SAPPHIRES IN FRONT RANK H. E. Partner ..Johnr.: Frnlick. MICKIE SAYS April 25-Camp McArthur, Waco Texas. May 1-Camp Fun.'on. Fort Riley Knna 1k 1kApril
,
J. A. Howe E N. Webster I.oronzeCreen Miss.
H.ittleaburo
{, April 28-Camn Upton Yaphank, Long l Island, May 1-Camp Shelby
: J.t. Lester Roscoe J. Johns, May 2-Camp D'vrru. Ayri Mass.
Precious Stone Said to Be In Forefront I John A. EllinA'ton.oel); Neal and W. I U. f----r, MICl% ,, Compared With Other Expensive Douglass MAN WHO SNEAKS OUT OP 28-Camp Travis, San Antonio. Texa May 7-Camp Taylor, Uouiavllle Ky.
Fashionable Gems. -- PAYING/ HIS' BACK SUBSCRIPTION April 30-Camp Dlx. Wrlghtttown N. J. 1
I DTKESDukes BV RtFU'SiMCr TMe. PAPER <\:Ttwe Otfl. Remount Depot at the foregoing camp
For further i I' -", ,,tlon write Commanding car care
I posTOPPice IS A PE5K" V1 \
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That bolenevtst
person man woman or -
111.The are
April farmers! ,
POLECAT AND AN
ORNERYHv6NA
wno wishes to ue in It. to use I busy J planting their crops dur.pg: the ,,
the English equivalent for the French warm weather.F. BUT STILL V"T WAS ,
phrase) will wear "sapphires." Such lathe I II. Douglass wits a busine-ii visitor POOR JUOGhAENT. FOR you j'
t edict of fashion. One reason for here last! weak fo (ELL HIM so TO HIS PACe, These animals are all prime, fat and in good condition. They are

this Is that It bUll been comparatively r:. L. WiJkll1P- ,1, of St. PetJMKif, FOR HE. PEELS MEAN BNO.i3MALREAOV
stock. Sales will be held always at REMOUNT .
easy to Imitate the ruby hitherto enthroned %i u.t: d J. S. Howard/ last! we.k.Mr. < AND. \ CAN Sub exceptionally fine farming .t.ti
and Mrs. W. R. Thomas and r45A A.NO' G'rt tbP'ONE
y as the show gem says the family, of near Gainesville visitedMr. ...f. DEPOTS, rain or shine-.-under cover, if necessary, and to if!+
j New York Times. Another probably 14 Dukes Saturdayand
J. R.
and Mrs.
that the sapphire has Jteen somewhat Sunday.Mr. \ Highest Bidder. Lunch on grounds. 1

neglected and It Is pradunt' \ to get rid and Mrs. Andrew Crawford at- 4 i
of accumulated stock. tended church at Little Springs: Sun- ;
&i OR CERTIFIED CHECK '
As an Incident of the edict demobilizing day. E ( TERMS: CASH 1's
Messers. Harry Pinkston and Earl \ <
the ruby and calling! the sapphire 1
Dukes accompanied by Misses Jesse TOO. BOSSrrr /
to the colors we are told that i I and Carrie Hall add) Miss Vera Dukes Sold in lots to suit purchaser. Halter with each '
diamonds: and pearls: are still. the most [ motored tor High: Springs Sunday. singly, pairs, or car 'I

expensive and most fashionable JI'"els.Tbe' '; Archie A. JhlcLeod: l left Tuesday for animal. Railroad Agents will be on the grounds. Come! It's your last
latter part of this statement Is I, his home in Planeville Conn., after I &
tautology In Its crudest. form. As If :'visiting his father G. F. McLooil.: I And best chance!
anything could be the most expensiveand I" Mrs. and Mrs. Wilety Thomas and )
avoid fashionable.Still family of near Gainesville attended )
being the most church at Little Spring: and visited t + _. ..__ _z _. ___. _....
another Interesting bit of thus jewel I I j
:Mr. and, :Mrs. :M. A. Dukes Sunday. .
gossip states that diamonds( and I I :Mrs. :Mary Hall visited :Mrs. Sam ,. !::' r _'.&: .r. c:. } ::;;' 5t J:.< ,". ::;'--.r.l': :, :;:!. ;,: :;,z ':.. A :t' .'. .-:- .

pearls have Increased ltd) per rent In Dukes Saturday and Sunday. .._.__._....'..1- ,_.,- I !t
price since the war begun; proving I, Messrs. M. A. and J. :M. Dukes were -
that they are worthy associates o( business visitors to Lake City :Mon! l- t,
King Coal. The Information probably I day. I contact with sour bile it crashes Into WORTH TRYINGIf men who False hogs I told each of ;
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will serve to halt those who have been _F1VE it, causing cramping and nausea.If them to take the remedy feed it to 'j1\
diamonds I MILE I LL/ bilious headachy, constipated you are troubled with sleeplessness :,
considering burning their surplus you feel their hogs and if they lost a Hinglhog <>
In the - - -- --- all knocked out, just go look to your diet. Drink no too .
the furnace to conserve 18. We were and from disease of any kind not to
I Five Mile April -
coal supply. And It also seems that much refreshed and greatly benefited I I P'tea Cured In 6 to 14 Days to your druggist and get a 50 cent or coffee for a few days and take pay me a cent for tho remedy, but '
of Chamberlain'H Tablets Imme-
the most aristocratic of gems feels the by the rain. Friday of last week. I I Ikapeiut! :l t'D'r.P:: : If PAZO OINTMENT falltlocu bottle, of Dodson's Liver Tone which one when they began; to sell cotton everyman i
ebb and flow of the tide of labor for I Bob Parrish made a business tripto lurilnj./ -iuvna I I'cbinit I Piles or sad PrmnidliK you can fltn.lav I. a harmless vegetable substitute, for diately after supper to improve your came in and paid me for the medicine tt 1
It Is said that the South African field, Midway: one day last week. rasa: .teo'.t.rtbe. : ire apsulc"uoa: '' .:; dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful digestion.: These tablets also cause a and every one of them told mn
has been confronted with a labor I(IIohortalt The many friends of I). I. Blume end if it doesn't start your liver and gentle movement of the bowels. Theyare that it was the best hog medicine they J

*. Such statement are truly will regret to learn that he is quite CALOMEL DYNAMITES straighten; you op better and quicker 1 unsurpassed. for constipation. Adv ever used. One man paid me for the I' 1
All for him a speedy recov ---- '
alnrml'.g. and probably will set many sick. hope than nasty calomel and without making I small package and bought ; worth
W. F. HAKTLETTOakficM I
A SLUGGISH LIVER
to hoarding, diamonds ; sick, you just go: back and get best
but news Is ery.Mrs.: P. P. Dekle spent Saturday in you more and Maid it was tho that

news and must be given out. Lake Butler. i Crashes Into Sour Bile makingYou our nrii y. you'll h. fin.; :May 10, 1017. he had( ever tried. :
I If take calomel today
Dewey Duke, Ardcll Drawdy. Jno. you bcHid Old Kentucky :Mftr. Co., Your* very truly 1'r..j t
Window Decolletage. S. Green. Wm. Robert and R. 1..1 Sick and You Losea irk and nauseated tomorrow; .s Tad!loah Ky.Jentlemen W. F. U.\I TU-TT.: .
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Window dei .olletuge is one of the Davis were visitors to Lake Butler)I it may salivate you while if you t k ( Sold by *
new things In afternoon frocks. A'i SaturdayJ. I Day's Work. ')od9nn's l Liver Tone you will wake up : J. Manning: Starke. r:
bodice so constructed shown an oval I I. Gainey paid us a short visit ;I ,..llnir' great, full) of ambition and Please allow me to state that I ha' Poughi & Knight, Lake [lutll!". I Vi

opening In the front some three Inches attending Pentecostal services while> ; Calomel salivates It's mercury -, IIdv for work or play. It's barn IMnsnnt R so1.J J your hog cholera remedy for one \V. L. lver treet. l.uwt"y. '
'' .," and safe to give to children: Reason and have ordered more for this A. T). 1
below Andrews Raiford.
the round neckline, and on each/ here.Cev. his Calomel acts tike dynamite on a ilucr I
sleeve two or three Inches above the'' appointment. Wallace Kerce here filled Sunday. regular gish\! liver. When calomel comes into "hey like it. ((13-1V4)) ,,,a linn. Last year I sold it to 12 or !ib) j J. V. Jones Hampton.-Adv I

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Ii t a ;FARMER BROWN GRAHAM.
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I I --. Graham, April 25 AK-gserg. J. II.Surrency THEY rai A CHANCE NOT CHARITY
,; 1 'son, John, and Will Junes ;
r made a business trip to Starke Mon

County News Item' :Has Been to Town day.

4' :I business R. N. Dowling Monday., of Waldo, was here HELP UNCLE SAM GIVE THEM A START

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" -- = I .., II. J. Price made a buisness trip to

; .ntar..ttn Facts Gathered During the Week bj- Our I ..hu'ksonvillelonLla: '.
Dr. Lamb and son, Durance, passed 1 ,I - -. -- ---- -- -- . w. ..,..... .'. y<.:. ,... .... "" ...;.
I" I'l, Regular Correspondents. I Gee up there Rastus, we stayed through here :Monday.

1 Chesley FORIT. made a business trip ,
too long *n town. We'll be late to to Gainesville Tuesday.
I
-- I 'Mesdames Will Jones, Maude .
$ BROOK fl: visitors. to New River last Friday af I supper. There comes Bill Jones. Hello !- Graves, Pearl Reynolds! and Cora .

t ternoon. Hill; going to Starke? Just been Abernathy were business visitors to j \\Ii'
i; Brooker, April 2.1.. -:Miss Flora !Death of Mrs. Lydia Anderson. Starke Tuesday.Mr. .

Glower, of Starke, was in .our town After a long and serious illness! there; bought a dandy plow at DeWitt Oscar Dyal and son, Edwin, j
" \ last Wednesday morning, the (guest :Mrs. Lydia Anderson departed this made a business. trip to Waldo Wednesday -
, Jonc.s' Hardware Store it is the Iron :
! : of :Miss Inez Ahernathy.
life on the morning of the 18th at the
+ 1 ;j E. L. Crosby and grand-daughter, home of her daughter, Mrs. J. E. lieam Avery bought it for $10.00YesI to Chesley Starke Fogg Thursday.made a business trip
Edythe Jewel Eubnnkn, who has been Clemons. She had been sick about Don't
. t visiting in Jacksonville! returned eight! weeks oferyesipelas! causing i I I know it is high but all farm tool are forget the Prayer Meeting

t home Monday. several absecesses on the body and high You can't beat it in Jacksonville I every:Miss Wednesday Mabel McKinney evening, of at Louise 7:30.: ,
now. -
right limb. All that loving hands I I
: 'It I r :\1f'1I"f>r". l Hurley and Fred Haxen was a pleasant visitor here :Monday.
;, were visitors to Ruiford lust Sunday I and medical skill was done to relieve | for I tried it. He's got a \Ir.: Thomas. of \1 nnfi'rif>Vmvna. __
' 1 f her. But all failed. Dr. King of I - n
. afternoon the guests of Misses LocaAndrew I 1 here on business; Thursday.C. .
" i anti Dora Johnson. I Lake. Butler, and Dr. Trible of LaCrosse I: dandy stock of hardware-best in B. Roberts happened to a great
( In constant attendance
h, The stork visited the home of Mr. lund did. were all they could for her. She :' Bradford County. Just drop in when misfortune Wednesday by losing two ,....,...... (
t and Mr. S. V. Andreu lust Thursday line mules which were struck by light- l
i il<; old the day she departed
was years .
. morning leaving them n fine girl. Both I this life and to her last illness had I you get to town. It is next to the i ninir.
up
mother and child are doing well.Miss | Wade Starling of Cooler Pond, was
" ; Victoria Douglass, of Alachua, always been in good health, never i'Bradford County Dank lIe also here Tuesday on business. 1jWiW'm !
serious illness She I
t Is spending! this l week here the guest having any was I L. C. Smith, wife, son? and dauhter, S
I I of relatives. a consistent member of the Primitive handles the JJrinley plow for $7.00, 1 visited the county ,seat Thursday. ___ __m __ __ i_ _____'__-..-
W Carl Lvivia and Guy I'ineholster Baptist Church. She had alwayslived ,' Joe Padgett, of ZilT, here Wednesday
was
and! christen life. She the Dixie for $1.50, the Red Bird for
an upright was
motored to Gainesville last Saturday' ofIJrooker's old familieis I on business. Two cripped! -oldiers being taught telegraphy in one of the

I, 1. Miss Mae demons, of Waldo, spent and one i raised" a large family pinneer of which I I I $8.00, Georgia Ratchet $2.50; 14 Quite a number here attended the reconstruction hospitals maintained by the government."We .
the week-end with her :Mr. surprise Thursday
parents at
party evening
' and Mrs. J. K.: demons of near here. ,,she is survived, by seven of her children tooth Cultivators $10.00, Spring Tooth the home nf Mr. And' -\Irs. Alvin- :Mf-*. u.don't want charity; give! us Courses' . ; seventeen. per cent are learn-
, Several of the young folks attended namely' four sons nnd three I Kinney, of Louise: all l reported a nice; manes:" log tne various phases or agriculture
. daughters 1 I.. M. Anderson, of St. Cultivator $10.00 the Fowler for farm management, poultry raising and
! I the egg pipping at the home of :Mr. I i timbe. From every reconstruction hospital I
Petersburg I.. Anderson of Brooker j
s Wade llarrell. of Old, Bradford, last! ,, the for Shovel' Mrs Jessie :Mnines, of. Louise, Attended In the country comes this" Insistent stock breeding. Others are studying
IV.: .. Anderson of Brooker, Mrs. $12.00, Weeder $18.00,
",, Saturday night. J. f the W. C. meeting here Friday plea from thousands of wounded sol law, medicine, banking and some are
R. Groover of BrmkerIrll.! R. II.
.1 o Mr. and Mrs.l E. S. Gainey and Greene, of Lake Butler, :Mrs. B. Con- Tooth Cultivator $10.00, Fertilizer afternoon.Mrs. diers. Although shattered' In body the I being' trained In engineering, telegraphy
children, of LaCrosse, spent last Sun- Turner, of Rochelle, here
was ,
I nelly of Gainesville, :Mrs. J. E. Clem- spIrit that sustained them at Chateau tailoring, window trimming and
. day here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ',, Distributor $9.00, and almost any- Friday the guest of Mrs. George Stone designing accounting store
Thierry and
: ons, of Brooker. All were with her Argonne Meta remains management
IJ II. P. Gainey. I Ir. ute.tdh oPonsE ht vitbV Bindo I
during her illness. She also is suryi- thing want in the hardware line, ; unbroken. machine-shop practice, meat inspection
r. ). !Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen and children you i The Woodmen circle met Friday af- .
1 ,Ived I by three brothers and three sisters They do not want for traffle management, and ..
1 and little Iris Brown spent last ternoont with all members presen lomethinr v
besides number of children and prices are right. No, he will not
v,. I Sunday afternoon at New River at the a grand and taken in six new members. Theyare nothing; they are willing to work for on.It
% I home of Mrs. Hazen'a( parents, Mr. interment and great grand children. The cut prices. One price to all; Is his I Mrs. E. J. Murhee, Mrs. L. G. all they get. is not merely the men who ban
took
J I and Mrs. 1). W. Kelley. place in New Hope Harry Mrs. II. F. Price Mrs. Lizzie I lost their arms or legs, or who haw
The has
Government
Miss Mamie Dyal spent Sundaythe I Cemetery The funeral services motto. You must go into his back Wynne, Mrs. Murphy Price and Mrs. I Inaugurated reconstruction been blinded that the Government to
guest of Miss Vera Surrency, of were conducted by Revs. Andersonand Andrew Sparks.Messers. institutions at various retraining and restoring to velfsapporting .
Pine II ill. Kelley. A large number ef room-chuck full of all kinds of plow Tom and Lewis Byrd and points throughout the country where activity. Aid Is offered to every
I We are to Mr. P. S. friends and relatives being present! to Allbretton, of Glen St. the blind the armless and legless are
sorry report the last of who repairs, Screen Door running from Marys, were I man who I I" entitled to Government
I Colson ill pay respect one was here taught useful trades and profonMons.
very at this writing. held in high esteen. The floral offerings Friday and Saturday visiting- compensation J Thousands of men suffering -
: Mrs. A. B. Shaw and children, of so beautiful. $2.75; to $3.00. Metal Window Screens relatives and friends. j i While the soldier and sailor is undergoing from tiiberculosls, bronchitis,
4 Gainesville: spent the weekend here were numerous and j Mr. and Mrs. B. })yal. of Samtmon vocational he Is
training heart and
The hpi'onvo/1 have host of sup. nervous diseases, b
with friends. ones n $.05!); and $1.25. All kinds chickeni; City, were here Friday; business may *
on
| friends who sympathize with them i in; I i! ,IIessers. ported by the Government. Should he unable to re-eliter their former occur
Messers.. Shivar :\ .
J. i D. Baxter and Jas. Reynolds and L. G.
their affliction have dependents, th.allio recelvl aid.Five .
I and commend themto
wire. Fence wire for $13.00, 20 pations.
Guy Pineholster were visitors to the Rod'I Barry made a business trip to Starke I
county seat last Tuesday afternoon the one, "Who doeth all things I i ,Saturday.L. possible steps follow a wounded What better assurance to the sol.I .
Rolls, Stoves I Yes he has them for I'
will
Lottie and I Ruby .Gainey spent! Sunday ., I C. Smith and daughter' Ruth, soldier's decision to take the vo dlers could be given than that uttered
afternoon with Vim'ynclerson.. $li5, $,')0, $30 and $15. Two burneroil left Saturday for Raiford where he cational training! course. They are: 'by President Wilson when he said:
Mr. and :Mrs. :M. A. Clemens.of HIGHLAND.: I will fill his regular appointment. decision by the disabled 1 man In toI I "The Nation' has no more solemn obligation
I Pine spent Sunday hero at the homeof I stoves for $15.50; ::; ; 3 burner oil Mrs. Will Sloan visited her parentsat his course of training; the training itself than healing the hurts of our

!Mr. and Mrs.! Ellis CKunons. Mrs. E.: A. Goolsby, of Jacksonville look Sampson City Saturday. which is to fit him for a definite wounded and restoring our disabledmen
for Just at them.
Jim I Reynolds of (Graham was in arrived Thursday for a few days stoves $21.00. Messers.: Rufus Jones, Allbretton occupation; trial employment In that to civil life and opportunity. The

our town last Thursday afternoon. visit with relatives.! :Mary would like one this hot weather; Tom and Louis Byrd attended the occupation; placement after trial In Government recognizes this! and the
Miss Vera Surrency' spent part of I I D. 1 L. Rigby: was a visitor to Starke; party at Cooler Pond Friday evening. a definite Jot and follow-up work to I fulfillment is! going forward
and
last week in Alachua visiting relatives Tuesday. am going to get one for my wife. Oliver Sparkes. of Louise was here safeguard his Interests.. generously fully
i I, i iI' j Messers. Edward:. and, Owen :Marr Saturady on business..
M. Barefoot spent Sunday in visited relatives at Raiford .several Well; look around; and you will find Within the next few months it is "IT IS NOT A CHARITY!
" Plant City and was accompanied days last sick expected Hint several them and disabled "It Is merely the paymeixLof! a draft
'H{ home by II. (' Surrenry.' : Lee Harvard!, of Jacksonville, ntidj- something you will want. (How 's soldiers will have stifflcU-nlly of honor which the United states of

i' Mr. and :Mrs O. W| Colson, of Pine !i tor for the Seaboard Air Line Ry :Mary and the kid ? Good! Well, sol recovered from! theirwounJ.i, to take America accepted when it selected
Jt' Hill, was in our town shopping last I' was a business visitor here Wednos- SJE IT the Government's vocational training these mm, and took them in their

Saturday afternoon. i day. I long, don't forget the place-next to course. Industrial schools and colleges health and strength to flsht; the battles
John Murfroe, of Dukes, was in our A. I.. Tharko of Atlantasas , throughout the country are being utilIzed of tin' nuiion. They have fought
. burg lust Sunday afternoon.Gladys transacting/ business. here \ I I j the Bradford! County Bank. (Gee up, HRU'l'l' that
I I I V"dm"day.Messers. I so most of I the men are being the good fight they have kept the faith
; Kelley I of New River, in : 'J'
was .
our town last Sunday afternoon. ''II. A. V. Long of Starke. A. '|[ I atll"VIII we y, ,it next week. trained' close to their homes. and they Lave won. Now we keep
J
,
Dr. King Jr., of Jacksonville werehere Thirty-one per, cent of the total now faith with I t'.nm:. and every citizen Iet'ndol'lI"
Jim Colson, of (Gaincsvilc
t was I on business Frluty., I IH.
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i here :Monday at the bedside( of his II. Ricks of Lulic'!!*, way ,'!,,itinpri -- -- -- - - -- -- --- III training are taking commercialW. ou the general obligation.
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brother, P. S.' Colson.; i relative here" from" Thursday, until
:Mr. and :Mrs. A. A. Hazen
accompanied Tuesday. Build Now R. Warren, of here
Brooker was enjoyed an Easter egg hunt here
by :Miss Eunice Muzcn!: spent!I Diax: WimluMlu, of (;i.iivMv.llc' Saturday on business.Mr. Saturday afternoon.
r i last Friday afternoon in Starke. spent TIlt' 'J.!>" end; Wednesday! with AYtorPea..ce WANT TO SEE EVERY ,
Messers.! Roland Anderson and I rertvei! l hate. : and Mrs. E. L. Stewart and little Misses Vinnie l.anelabel! Byrd
Jacksonville AMERICAN OWN HIS Bon, Paul, of Brooker, attended and messers. Tom and Lewis
John Groover,, of spent :Miss Ethel: R:. k.. ;Mrs. II C. Wim- j Byrd,
church here and :Madison Allbretton
Saturday here. I IIr. Saturday Sunday. I motored over to
i' betty and B. !il. Micks! ware "..-"tM" to OWN HOMEu.
,L :\ and :Mrs. J. J. :Morgan and Jacksonville MonduI Mr. and :Mrs! Autumn Youngblood, Hampton I Saturday afternoon.
daughter.: iM!! Myrtle spent last Friday I i I ;MNsero.: II I I. l fly/ and Owen W. S. Cept. Of Labor ws3..WILSON attended church here Sunday. Chesley Fogg made a business trip

afternoon in Starke. I I :Mart spent Sunday ia Jncksonvillc.!/ I Quite a number of the little folks I to Gainesville Saturday.FiSHERMEN .
Harley Hazen was in Worthington Services held ___ _ n '
were at the Uaptist) --
j lust Friday afternoon. Chrrih Unrui'lay; and Sunday, Kev. L. ----
:Margie Dees is fery ill with a case S. Mosley, of Jacksonville, conducting
of malarial I fever. ,
i sew ices both l/iy,
:Mao Dyal !is visiting Pearl Levis I' I '
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-
this
week. '
Inez Ahernathy spent Sunday with I I.\K BUTLER CITY COUNCIL: j ATTENTION :

t relatives at. Pine TTill. I I
The families of G, W., T. C., C. M. City Council met April 3, 1919 in f
'
'I and A. A. Hazen L. A. Bronson, and ,,lieu of regular session, April 2.
(i. B. Colson enjoyed a fish fry at Called to order by Chairman, Townsend .

Earlton Beach last Wednesday. I II present, A. C. Strickland, Chas. We cordially invite to come in and inspect our new line of FISHING
!Mrs. Emily Abbott spent Sunday II. Register! J. L. Douglass J, W. you
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. 'Jones, Dr. J. E. Maines.

;Matthews.J. 1 Minutes of last meeting read and TACKLE. We are stocking at present the following:
C. Cone, of Lawtvy, spent the i approved. ,
week-end here with his family. Report from street Com. as special,
E. T. Stewart spent Sunday here Com. appointed last meeting, to purchase .
with his family. >I of city team, dump cart, plow,
Mr. Seth Newsom of Graham was etc. Report accepted. Wilson's Fluted Wobblers Shannon Twin Spinners Fish Hooks j

. in our town last Saturday afternoon.I I' Moved and carried that ;Mr. J. M. Wilson's Winged Wobblers Shannon Porkers Sinkers \
r ,: Rangeley
t Geniva Harrell
of Old Bradford, Fralix be paid $150.00 for one mule
'f' was. in our town last Thursday afternoon P. M. Padgett $10.00 for dump cart. Slim Eli Swivel Sinkers
Jamison's Coaxers Spinners
I enroute to Starke. Officers reports received and referred I
C. Moody, of LaCrosse, passed! I!; to the finance Com. Jamison's' Baas FliesJamison's Kingfisher Lines
through our town last! Friday after Bill of Ovorstreet as laid over from Tandem Heddon's Dowagiac Minnows ,
e noon. last meeting, ordered paid. Spinners Heddon's Tad PollyHeddon's Reel Oil

k Hubert Rouse, of New River, was in Bills as follows examined and paid: Jamison's Teasers Pork Strips
h j our town last Friday afternuon. Henry Hall Braying $2.75 Wiggle King

Carl Lewis and !Mrs. Shriver spent Over tre't Ildwr. Co., nails etc. 2.36: AI Foss' Skidders Heddon's Crab WigglerHeddon's Casting Guides
Friday afternoon in Gainesville.; II. Rosenberg, coal oil, ,40
W. II. demons, of Jacksonville, J. L. Douglass, feed and order Al Foss' Little Egypt Wigglers Baby Crab Wiggler Fish Knives .

spent Saturday here with relatives. A Douglass. 16.20 AI Foss' Oriental Wigglers Heddon's Deep-O-Diver Rod Repair Parts -
'" P. :M. Hurt-foot has" purchased, a tine John Campbell, work on streets 21.00 Heddon's "Slim
milch" cow. The Times, printing minutes 2.00 Hildebrandt Spoons Jim"L an d.109 nets
Mrs. Frank An.lrou, Sr., spent Saturday N. Gainey, bridge work 1.00
and Sunday with her sons, A. L. Feggle, work for city 2.50 The last two are Humdingers
II. nnd S. V. Andreu., i i, Salaries Allowed for March .
Messers.. Leonard Hasbrook and Shelton Hall 55.00
Kdd: hutch, of Starke, was in our M.: T. Tillis 7.00

town Mr. Sunday and Mrs.afternoon.! \\,': Andreu, of New Shelton, Hall, scavenger allowance 2.00 Tackle Boxes Carter-Heddon Reels Tripart Reels Steel Rods

River spent Sunday here with :Mr. CI'rkVII... instructed to write Prof.
and Mrs. J. C. Tone.Wado S. A. Draper to have such city musical -

Harrell, of Old Bradford was. instruments in his care returnedat EVINRUDE DETACHABLE ROWBOAT MOTORS
4 in our town last Saturday morning. an early date, not later than 10th.
' Grandma Gainey is. spending a few City Tax Collector* given thirty

.'! .. days LaCrossett with her von. F I:. S.. Gainey, of days in of which taxes to, make his final collection We are agents for this wonderful little motor. See the "EVINRUDE"on '

Rev. Scarborough: of Starke, \vn-t i No further business on motion

r in Mel our town Conn"l last)'. of Saturday(Ganinesvillc was i Council adjourned C. F. RIVERS display at our 'store. If you are tired of rowing and want to get some

i In our town hut Friday afternoon. Clerk.
Mr. Guy I'inholntcr motored to t - -" --- if like to fish and don't
Worthington lust Sunday morning. Ripht cf. pleasure out of your boat; or you want to be worn
Way
; Lucile and :Marion Ha/en of
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r Gainesville, spent the wek-end. herewith Thin;:* IHHHi' i> i>'mir"\v Hiitlsfue- fishing ground in and
,, their parents. tory intil.sum\ |t'I. n I N invented DT outjby the time you get to your come investigatethe

!; Little Sarah Kelley,'of New River,, which both the ino'.T'-t' :and th> |
Is spending this week here at the trlan can have tin- ,nt-of-way:, at the "Evinrude"
I home of A. A. Hazen. same 11 we.b .

Abe Crosby spent last Sunday afternoon

.\ Mabry at Harrell.Graham of with Old friends.Bradford,, "We build rowboats and launches to order"

i i I was in our town last Thursday af

ternoon.Mrs. T. W. Pinholster Jr. and Mrs., b
INVEST'' & SUPPLY
"4 P. M. Barefoot spent last Friday afternoon QUIGLEY LUMBER COMPANY
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

y',, J. E. Clemons, of Pine Hill.

Mr. and.Mrs. M. A. demons: !. were

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