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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
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Publication Date: May 2, 1919
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME 40. STARKE, FRIDAY MAY 2. 9 NUMBER 44.

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VICTORY NOTES I I LlliKKll. LOV.N CAMPAIGN: :. STATE AID SECURE FOR THE HARD I .". I'I.\\-: :> 1'lII'I'IIF I : I FOI'RI'llA .,. WHIPPET TANK-- .


Last; and 1Vcst Bradford Hate :Nepii-; .. .J' '

SHOULD SELL rate ({uotus for 1'iflhar Loan 1! ROAD RUNNING NORTH AND SOUTH ., meeting having of the: ehaige-chairmen of. thei ofeunmuttees *- TO BE HERE ONWEDNESDAY


Fur till purposes of the Victory I I clitl'eiont, features of the- .I'.niith .

Loan campaign several of the counties -- of July ii'lc'liiatmn. / to be held in *

ABOVE PAR in the East Florida Zone were I Hun :\. \'. I.oner. ,tin mbrr i d> the i d,Idii, i n .I ippupiiiiti\ s.!'n,'OtHi) in laboi Minko this coming Fourth was \

divided into two divisionliiadfurd hoard of bond trustee fm :.p'rull:' ,,n' 111"I", i :ul, III tin i nMstiue. turn hole! fuvsday night flints' fm r

, is among tile counties so divided, but Road District :'
BRIGHT FUTURE PREDICTED through an oversight at Zone head-1 I ore :Mundiiv for n lonforomo with the DUO He said further assistance' would] were .IIK'ult"l..llIlId it was dc>e tiled! a WILL BE IN LAKE BUTLERON f'

' qu.uli'is I was not notified that Faust: ,State" Highway Commission in reference de pi'nl Iniirc'K' oil I 11\1' outcome of legislation to mike an effort to scciiio one- .'

BARNETT BANK PRESIDENT Itiadfoid, amiesl I Bradfoicl would l to state aid on the brick roads now pendingIhe or more aeroplanes and n tint THURSDAY, MAY 8TH. 'J

have sc'paialc quota.assigned to them 'i that are to be ,constructed here in the mad, running ninth and south clasH show, ill addition to tho ((0I - d
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CAN: ni; toN\iitTKi: : > INTO: Acting without this infoimation 1 assigned i, near future ae-toss Biadford, county forms a very cal III t TllI'tiollK. Nil I. l.iV\i: : II.UII'l'O"i1': 7:13: 'r.I

N mN: uiiicuKK: FREE: : quotas to each! voting precinct ;Mi Long states that ho found thohighway 11l''elt""I'link in n direct road from I Thin l11..etll1Jor'ail I the first I held t. :\1" utimiv: ; i.v: LAM:

FROM: VLL :M'Uris.Dion ; the the basis of ('ommi"ltioners'l'r much interested ,"u'k""mi1h': to Tampa. Ma (;iainesville. and 1 .1 ,
in county on population was mainly to iii'ipminl the BI..I.JollT I : H ::>:| .A. :M.IhllUlgll -
i in the project for hard roads I Oealn and other impoitnnt towns chniitnen of then dutie'S 1 he-y' ..
II. Udrnott, president of the ill Itrncifoid Chairman Oliver find it felt he-rei that the state .
Insofar as till! teiutoiyet of county is will appuml'onrnnltl"s to assist a tllI" :rtritu j'
Harnett :National Hank of Jacksonville :New'; 1 River is coiicuimd! any action on. nssuiod I him that every J possible. assistamo slioulel and will give lihoial assist in nursing out then part of the : of Leo lillOSt.one : 4

imdidfc that the people will sub- fly poet regarding thc campaign is I' would be given the local tiUS-, t mo toward, its ennsttlulion.Vitii el ly's 8tU'ncuuns..14' soon as they / I'uhlrcity', ( bun'mini' of Jacksonillo. ,

scribe liberally to the Victory Loan now annulled ;Mr deoiguV. Alderman h'"'" by the\ state commissions. n the passageof bills now before the* have completed their plans thoday's .' \ an additional tank has born IIC.

for two reuxons. The first reason he is the chaitman for West Hiudfcnd I starter along this line Chairman Oli- Icgislatuio it is hoped! the state commission .. ) program will be published .. moil fin louring 1 1 the Jacksonville
gives is patriotism. Ho bcliexes that 1\,1' t"ld1'; [ Long the stato will bepi.iced in position to rune', mill ill addition, to the towns out. ,Il
and will look after the details of commission \ i in full, but at J present we can say *
the people will take a pride in pajingolf would grade the load slake libcial, appropim- line.) in the .Brat Schedule, HC-VCial other .
thc campaign in that division of thu running even a more someof\ the attractions will be": *
I the war debt. His second reason ninth and south the tion than that mentioned b 'hail'man places' will have a visit from the
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' countj As former county chairman I across county, > A parody! ill \\ hith'r Bradford -
is that the notes are such a good investment making it for the buck and in Cox tanks. In Ill'UelCul'ell'ounty, Lake Hut-
bespeak' for him the earnest help and ready county soldier is invited and *-
that the general public will I ., lot has been added to the* lint, and the
of the \ take a
co-opciution 1 patriotic citizens expected to pait, in uni-
be anxious to invest. Mr. Barnett tank will at'tot them'. on the Georgia
of the! western part of the county. I I form ;, 's I 0
predicts that these notes will soil LAM BUTLER: highly! praise-el After a very interesting .. Southern from Hampton at 8-23: : a. !.
hope both divisions will make good Races, all kinds, with >
above par within one year. He concludes pII) >', e-ntle-el "l'l>I' Telephone .. piiesto m.. leaving on the Atlantic Coast Line I
their quota to the end that Bradford wmtiers; >*
, his letter with the question, I Lake Butler, April 25.-The play at ," was given, delicious cream a that night nt 11 ::2\\). ?
county will be on the roll of honor in field exercises(", ; *
"What more could be desired ?" the club room Tuesday evening was and cake was ser\evi. The seat aunt The tank will bo ill Sturko fro! on. j '
the fifth and last war bond issue to bo Speaking; l>
Mr. Barnett's letter to Lee Guest, made by. our government.The well attended l and, enjoyed by those of $:JS! .45; was r'alizl"Th\ I" money Dancing; tno lay,. Wednesday, May 7th, taking .'

Zone Publicity Chairman for the quota for the county has been prenent Much praise should l be given i will bo used' to (>equip a play ground .' Fireworks display at night .aMovies. part in any program to bo held on

Victory Loan is as follows: allotted to the two divisions. East I to the chairman of the social committee in the park .. : ; a.u that day, leaving hole ill midnight for t

Lee Guest, Esq., Zone Publicity together with the young boys and A great attraction of last Saturday Chairmen laniiton.( | It will not l bl' unloiide,1 nt I
Bradford, including: all territory east of committees are as >
Chairman girls of Lake Butler. ions the landing of an airplane in the that point however, hut will leave tho -,
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follows*
of New River, will have a quota of <
:Mrs. Tom Croft returned to her Fair grounds next morning for I.llk'J I Butler '
Jacksonville, Fla. $<<<;i3,250: and West Bradford includingall Spt'lIkt'rtt-.ro" E:. Wilson.\ 'a
Dear Sir:- home in Lulu after a pleasant visit Cmiiity Agent IliV.. ('rr.well, win Thin ('It i/.t'lIlt of Bra.lfur.ll'ounty. art .
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west of New River will AtllIt.ti.ItHoltl'll'll'I.lIir: .
The Victory Liberty Loan not territory with her daughter, !Mrs Joe Crows i i in Lake Butler last \\celncsdav. on- .. urged to take this oppoitiiinty of seeing i
can have a quota of $37,400. Finance -F'. F. Stump: *
' fail to be for ;Mrs. L. Knight, of Jacksonville, isvisiting < route tolilll'r: where I'o has a'rg'ur .. one of Untie 1I111." lighting tank
a success two
reasons: The quotas heretofore made for the I :Music and. 1I1I1H'inltN. Stern-
her mother, ;Mrs. ,Alfred this | ;zed a large and enthusiastic i Beiy's i in lid ion. The men who will have i
First as a the districts included East Bradford berg h
patriotic measure in
week i Pig Club All these boys arebuy ing I chnigo of the .Hint, will have- inUiost-
u citizens of will fail will stand. based i' ParadeCapt. II. a
our .
country not They are on popular Freeman H1
;Mr. Williams is visiting his daughter : pine bled poland ihma for the club' jog expel'IOIICOM to lelatiof, the hat- '
to furnish the funds! to discharge the tion and are as follows Fir.nl'kM-I .\. \\ ccksPoem .
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:Mrs. Monde vvcnk. The "Palmers'nnd. Dealois Hank: .lies) .they hove \been through Itotiiweie t U
I debts incurred in prosecuting the l1.OO.Bl'ook..I' ) 'nt lloovoi liiosComessieins <
war Lawtey, $ : nuts
Y", U.VH. S. S. Proctor,, A. 1 Raw Is, I;.I I is )loaning money to the! boys for eigh- ,. ill the thiilt of the I l1ghtjngat: / Iho f
to home J. '"
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and
bring Peek
$6,600.(
our men now over- ,
W :Miller and.I. II Scarborough vilti-I i tein months" at six pot cenlntoiest; t .. 1'1. Mihiel, Hiilient .mil the Algonnei ,
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seas. :;;ta rke. $27,100.Hampton toil, :New'; 1 River Sunday afternoon in'' with which to pin,ill.HI' pine. bled! a fut'e'sL have had, the) mac' 'limes. disabled -
i a fr } .s. aa S) i' 3v $> saQ e'iS u' a'
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Second, as an investment, this issue $1,000 the interest of the educational' drive I. pigs.i 'linn cooperation .if. tno' I':inks l by the enemy rrtilleiv! r fnu and 1
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bears 4 3-1 per cent interest, matures :New.; River, 2150. :Mrs P P. lick Ie visited lends in will have a wonderful, iiifluotn' oil the- I cxpei'ii'iucil. a taste of the ilun poison
i in four Graham, J.OOO.: \\ .\I'oIWIIT.t'lU1'01111: ; ; \ I ( ) .
years, and is exchangeable Lake Butler Sunday. future wealth and prosperity of Mi. t

into :'i.:f-1 per cent interest bearing Thetessa, $1,000! ;Miss Norma:'; Deklo spent Saturdayat Itiadfoid l'nuoty.; I Annnge- spend liie day| In one of s
Total ;Mi \\ i Jo:. UainriKht mid| Mrs' :\llIt.
notes free! from all surtaxes The $03,250.Reports her home at 1. ive ;MileMis While\ hole ;Mr.\ Ciisvvc-ll made visilsto the two towns in Iliiidl'oid \\1.,1'. tho {
First issue of Liberty Bonds is fieo so far received by me show : 1-rank ISennett, accompanied :a i niimhoi of farmers\ in the vicinityof tieI'nuirlass/ 1 Ciawfnrd weio, IIII1..ic.,1. lank will hi' 'xhjhit'd'ume with the
;Monday at I,akeliiillor, Notary (;. WMdi .
that 1'ast Bradford has subscribed for
from surtax and bears :S 1-2 per h>- her daughter, Miss Evelyn, went tohicksonvillo ako I Muth i and he topoits that hois ; dotoi! 'mutation to take ;: mir pan in
cent.It is now selling! at above !I'J.) $:i,7.r)0! ; leaving n balance of $2<>,!r>110( ;'tlnday.1: ills Evelyn I highly' gratified with the impiovo- 'rninn ultlcmtinir ;MtVinniight. this 1 loan, and let's put Ikll\lfol'\lwer,

The new issue at .1 1 :3-1! per cent y't to be subsi'ribed. I all on every has been suffering with appendcitis meat and progress! being madein the is well known I thioughoiit. the county, the top in the lust drivo.KM'llsr i

should, therefore I be worth par or patriotic ritiarn in the territory to for. somolimi. hog industry in this. of the hav'ing served for manv years as hie-f ---- .--
part
county -
ter. The' eunvert'd First and bet-I nine forward and help put I East Ira 1- deputy! in thee. mints rl'rk's; ollli e'. His l
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LittleMaty (Christine arrived at the He says the farmers are, learning t'1II11WIIOTl':8.|| : .
Issues and the Third und Fourth fool over the top. home of :SIrI and Mrs' (!. I D I'airelothlast that'''it ill nc'ice.ssnrv to have feed, hl'i.c.! is a lady of fine chaiaid-r\ \ and l lslnnding. -- i

sues all bear 41-1 1 per cent interest I iand Of the amount so far subscribedStaike wok to make her future home. I I craps' every month in the yen, nojatn ': 'Ihov will mnKo linn,. home Thomas I l.imhll1wll. Jr, llthol: Griffin i
ill the :Mnlwiiy soctiem, , uher" tho bride'!
has taken : ( This i is
are selling at a puce that nets I 'U1,700. a This little lady was given warm vvclc I lu able to put hogs on the markets Ilaz'IVurueli. and 13izahethitruwnl'e :
the investor about 1 13.1 cent The large "" ('\.lIuh'I'iption: of her quota, owns n !line faini'Ihe .

per in' the Hummc'i as well as winter, and. I me the ollleeis forprd, I
general] opinion is that these issues I but I ask l that the citizens of the dis- .\ bouncing baby boy was horn to t the-ioby got the benefits of hotter !Hnr- I May and Juno ill the Junior It, Y 1'.
W. ( T \IJ] will '
will irrnduall increase ill value The ti'let do not stop because, of this. Theresure 1 lc-v! I I. S. Hendrix and wife MondayMr 1.1'1SOIlW of the farmers who are meet next 1Thi"/ nrgani/utioii is doing aggressive I

Victory Loan should, therefore, not mnny others who are in "position ; I n II Christc- and baby left making these improvements : j :\lon.IIIY! afternoon. at I o'clock. at the I work undo the lompctontmiporintotid.inoo '
III'e11',1 ;Methodist ( .hlll..I.Ir. : 1. II. .
full below pal and will probably sell to take bonds and I hope they will do Tuesday .evening: for their homo In ( ;. 1'. triggers l and .Mr: C. ,\ Roberts.' Ritch of :Miss j Snollgrovo..Mrs. ; .

at a prcmiun within a >cnr. As an sn without delay in older that East I ValdoHta, (;ia., after a pleasant stay :Mi. Diggers reported. to :Mi. (" '''Wl'1I1' loiiilei. I ; . A. i IVull: hat been elected

investment, therefore, this issue bearsa Btadfoul shall not fail in its duty. with their uncle aunt. I Rev. und ;11 re. that n small field of Spanish peanuts'pastiiiod .. !' (CVICD: ) )pTiKS: I thoinstoi. by Ihu liaptial Sunday
E. S.1.: .\TTHEWS.Chairman .
greater rate of interest than that S. S. PioctorA . off III July and August was Sunday 'Ihe' promoters of the school
paid by the Saving Hanks all East Bradford,! I . \Ve wish to tender our heailfeltthanks I
E Proctor
in visited Snpp Tuesday. the' most profitable! crop h" irie-\v last i are to be cemgiatuhitoil. in Hicuringlior
probability will Increase in value and -- ------ I Rev S. S. Proctor filled his regular] year, and,) ho has now planted" a In r- ; to our lends. who so kindly ill'rvi..s., t
:\1F. IOIU.\ L( n\Y K'\Enn"'r-S.: : I helped us in our soriow Especially:
can quickly be converted mtrt cash the State I'arm
appointment at Sun of then
gel crop this111' HO an to '
I County liaiiman .L ( I'owi'II has
do we thank Mrs. J. S Smith Mrs.
when needed. What can be! desired day
more
morning. get his hogs to market !he fine- the
In accordance with the custom pre.veiling win1tc I T. A. Crawford. nod ;M ;M. Crosby. led in II vigorous! campaign in thissection
J. A. Christie ,
and wife returned' 'r rush. For I this i same :01 r.Roberts .
purpose of the for' funds to the
the the 2ith of county
South ;
sired. over on home :Monday morning after a few l has. planted almost a hundred May God'H richest blessings I bet with
odui ational institutions of Southern
the of the "
April United Daughters
them
Respe..tfully.HIO days visit with Rev and :Mrs S. S. acre-ji in Croweler |pens, kom noa I andearly all.J.
Starkeiwui
The for
.' corn which he- expects to "hog __ __
memorial exercises at the :Methodist, | __ h concluded Tuesday 1&11.1"edrIt'M. -
:Mrs (O.V.. :Maines, of ;\Ionteo'ha.i" off" in mid-summer. By this method j
Church which had been elaborately thc guest of Dr and ;Mrs J. E. he expects to hit a high market and lunrrr comer(! ONVKNIS: :: : :MOVI :
HACK FROM FRANCE: decorated for the occassion by :Mesdames :MainesDr.i . have moat that will "kill h"rlie,\ I I n.\ I Last Sunday Col .). I I':. Fetch roproHonted -

L. A. Davis and R. A. Weeks. Sasser York, of St. Petersburg, has a lot of large shoats which ho Next :Monday will bu a busy day at the 1'ivo Year Educational: 4

Herschell! K. Crosby reached home The Bradford County veterans of visited his sister !Mrs J. f.; Maines earned ewer from last winter which tho courthouse, circuit court openingon Program for Southern Baptists at

Tuesday night after being abroad for the war from 61 to 'l 15; marched in last week with this summer's feeding will at- that day, ill addition to the* regular Hampton

several months as a member of Uncle and occupied the seats of honor. The Mrs. Mattie :Markey m visiting highest,! grade of the market. Mr. meeting' of the Aunty board Several J. .F. Klrkliler nimlu hut second successful .

Sam's fighting force in the great president :Mrs. L. A, Davis. openedthe friends. in Gainesville thin week Roberts now, thinks he made a serious ruses' of interest will doubtless come trip ill the interests of Southern .

world war Mr. Crosby had some rather exercises and turned the meet- Kellum Parker of Jacksonville, is mistake by not finishing these shoats up at this term of eourtIt Baptists Education: at ":v..rltrel'nChur'h
over to the historian, Mrs.. J. M. Al- - -- - --
painful experiences during his ser- visiting his parents this week.The this spring on corn and peanut meal. ]I this woekRev.

vice. lie was a member of a unit that varez. !Mesdames J. E. Futch and A. young people of Lake Butler If he had thus kept them growing ;: .\I 1"1'1 ST. Oscar C. Shulor, of Juokson-

got entirely surrounded by the Germans Z. Adkins; :Messrs. L. G. Powell and enjoyed a sing at the home of ;Mayor from the time his home grown pinderswere I i i Sunday! school 11 I A. ;M. yule) spoke at the :Mrthoiiist, ,), Church l

and after being wounded in one B. D. Law, accompanied by Mrs. E K. i Strickland.The I gone they should now he ready Morning service, 12 A.f.: last Thursday night to a largeaudiomc .

of his legs,: was captured and carried, Perryman rendered specially tine I' Woman's Club met in regular for market and would probably "kill I Junior H Y. 1'. U. in Baracu room composed of the r members of '

away to a German prison. During the music, and Rev. J. C Diggs was the ""I'siol1londllY: nfte-rnoon After the hard" Such hogs are now quoted on I H P. M, the various. ihurchos of the city. Hill '

early part of his imprisonment he I orator of tho day. A pleasing num- meeting' delicious punch and crackerswere the .Jacksonvillemarket at nineteen I Senior II \'. P. U. in auditorium addroHS was interesting and. timely.

hail, to live on lean rations but when ber was given by !Mrs Hamnck's kindergarten Kerved.I i.nt"i per pound. I H P M. I'mal( ictuiim I of tho educational

the American Red Cross got in touch (class while the roll call of I W Borum spent Sunday with his :St r. Caswell says there m lots ofearn Night service, !9 P. :M 1.I funds must bu brought in Sunday::; f'l
with him he was amply provided for. the Confederate dead was a strieking family I
WwlneadayI'r'patary
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I in the cribs of the farmers in tho I
Later ho was sent to a farm as a la number. W. F'. Pne-ster spent Sunday with western end of the county that is now I Juniors, t : l:> P. ;Iof. i.pttouni: i.EUiiii( : :-O'f.\L; }

borer. The family on whose farm he After the exercises a .committee his family. furnishing' feed. for the. corn weevils Prayer meeting H.il:: 1'1.: ,. I

worked was very kind to him and saw composed Mesdames: E: L. Brown- I ('l.V.. Alderman spent last week in which should hi.' O. 'II fed 1 !,. the j Remember, the white flowers and At tin, n-siele n<': of Ceil and :Mrs.I .
that he had ample food-as good as lee J. E. Wilson J.r.; Brownloe L. St. Petersburg do bring to
everything or
I hogw. | you can I II. i I'?:. Knight last "Friday evc-mtnf,
the family had for themselves, he A. Davis and J. M: Alvarez wont out .I. II Marshburn: is away from Lake .- -- i| help in the services to lommemoiatu. I: the pworth: League had, a delightful ,

states.It to Crosby Cemetery and decoratedthe Butler on business thois week. TO J. LI-AVIS: sllKIVKK: II Mother's Day, :May 11 social!. :Mrs knight was ably assisted Ii'

will be recalled that Private Crosby graves of Confederatesoldiers :Miss Clower of Starke, was in Tours, France JI.\NClIJ\HII !D. LAW. in entertaining by ;Mrs J. C. DiggS'

was reported missing and for along with flags, wreaths and flowers.i.KIVATI ( town last week I I and ;Mrs A. II. rreoman Miss Anna

time his family and friends fear Mr. and ;Mrs Weiss passed through,: Twice, yes, since you went away MIOItT: ('ulYwnT{ : IIOKINX I'IIIIUVII.1: rHo I'I:. K. I''rryman, and
ed that he had been killed. Several I : IIOHMV.NKKI1KS: : Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon on : ,
'Oltn:
Spring has come with bud and l flower I ST.TJI.I': : 1 H. Ii Law gave several musical numbers
weeks later his mother received,I a card HOME.Private : their honeymoon I'I I and were'njoyed to the
Little birds so happy and! guy games
from him bringing the news that he The Eastern Star met in regular! ] I I Sing: again in their leafy bower |'I The' short course, begun April I 1st, fullest extent Delicious refreshment I
was in a German prison hospital.! Arthur I' ]Hotrman, of tho .session Tuesday afternoon in the I und run up till April l 12th.: and !" of cake and punch' wore nerved,
%th Co., 6th :Marines, A. i B.: F., ar- .
Addison of Raiford
Private Roman :Masons building.
i I surethi wasn't two w"'k"i .
They sing the same sweet song of oil | am re any offer which the' guests' bid one another
was captured} at the .same time and rived home on April 27th, after nine :Mrs Frank Fowler and children are Yet it sounds more cheerful today i that would, ,him, been any more beneficial merry ICo..d-lIIj'ht. fIt 4
place. lie shared the same hardships months service in France. visiting Henry Fowler and family 1
IFir I the world l is not HO dark and roil : than this short courseto any
that fell to the lot, of Private Cro. n\;\,. He took active r'lrt! in the following this wck. As it was when you went away girl 'Ihere' were sixty two. \ SI 'II'.\lil.i: MKMOIUAL: 1.I 1.

They returned to France together after engagements, American olTensive. at The Baptist Woman's Missionary \V,. made1 thi'so two weeks rather ---

the armistice and got back homeat Uelleau Woods. June IlIHIarno! ; : I, I'nion met at the ('hurchVednes.lay Arid all things nre- much brighter now short by the* vuluublu and I instruct 'Ihi- faculty" ;arid ;Ftuilents' of the t :.

about the same time i 'ounter-ntTensive, July isth to 'JOth ; afternoon I I lessons. amusement and! entertainments School hold in .
::.____ I Like the sunshine or the ram Bradford County High ,
I :Marbaihe tor, August !9th to
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sec Lake I
Elsie;\ Harrison motored to
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We curried out
I The mural wreath now crowns our were on great honor tho memory of tho former] I }.
VICTORY LONPF.AhKR:i !' COMINO 31th; St. ;Mihiel sector and operation, 1 Butler !Sunday' afternoon. I brow several hike by the* Y. W C A. students who gavetheir lives for their .
: !September; 11th.! to Ijth; Blanc :Mont :Mr Threadgill, Mississippi: is I instructed
And! tho victor's song we sing j We were in cooking, sewing country in ramps or on the battlefield I"
scoter and advance in Champagne, [ ',pending the week in Lake Butler. I I poultry, nutrition, butter making in the recent war. T,

Miss Sophia Carey who was in Belgium September 30th. He was wounded in I I :Mrs Jim Priester and family spent I Ft has been a loner and lonesome trail basketry and other things including Therefore they take this means of ;

: during the worst part of the battle on this front October Ird, from I the week-end in Waycross, Ga., returning ()','T mountains. high and) chasm deep bacteriology. Therefore, I asking the nearest of kin of these 1.

war" is coming to our county In the October 4th. to :March 3rd.. 1919, Tuesday evening. I :Sometime; the heart would almost fail I I just can't express how I enjoyed the brave anti lamented\ young men, to ? '

interest of the Victory Loan. Pates spent time in hospitals in different I :Mrs Guy and :Sinn Winnie Townsend Where God and He alone could keep. I I trip. Wish that it was so that every place a memorial of their fallen sol 1.&

and places where she will speak will parts of France convalescing froma spent Tuesday in Gainesville. I club girl could attend these courses. diers In the form of an enlarged picture .',_

be announced! by posters wound in the leg caused by a fragment Dr. Seeber King made a professional His love to us was manifest, Wish to thank Cot A. V. Long,: Col. of each of them on the walls of

of high explosive shell. He was trip to Jacksonville Monday.Nat I His blessing how freely bestowed I A. Z. Adkins, Col D. E. Knight, tho Bradford County High School. t.f

CAFE CHANGES: HANDS:. sent to the United States on U. S. Roberts was a caller to Lake In him our weary soul found rest :Messrs. I. A. Davis, and C. I.. Peek .- I
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Arthur Williams a local (soldier boy transport America March 4th., ar- Butler Wednesday. While walking,: in an unknown road. for their kindness in giving mo this Private Walter McDoncIl returnee .

recently discharged from the service, riving in Hoboken :March, 13th. Mr. Preston Williams was a caller to scholarship. Monday from France, and has been

has bought the cafe next door to Hoffman received a medical dischargeat arrivedat town Saturday.The The name strong arm and mighty: ;MABEL YRD. visiting: at the home of Mrs.\ Julia e

Mitchell's Drug,: Store, operated by Guantico April 25th., and Wafnrljtht anti Mr. and Mr*. J. F. f'/aKickliter.
entertainment
power
Woman's
Clug, an
Mr. Williams has Starke on April, 27., to visit rela- gave And safety home again. McPoncll looks
Mrs. S. K. :Moore. In the club room Tuesday That clothes the trees with flowers bring you Private
named his cafe the "Juanita," and will ives, of whom Mr. Hoffman's fatheris much in springGuards Written by, Mrs. Allie Shriver, well and his friends and relative are
which
Ills evening, was enjoyed very
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' continue the high class of service un- express agent for Starke. I I The talent was Guide Protect you every hour Brooker, Fla., March 1919. delighted to have him at home again,: I tv
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I I Aro :H; hers !'"e'..t-r lay !1 But forty of us went in I If ever they start another one
Its bloody war, its bloody war. I will be hard to find
;II's bloo-iy war, i is Bloody: war. i ,
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j Its bloody war, its bloody war.
t I a ked the: corpal of the guard i The captain sad: the flag; is down
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F"r s'me Sugar for my tea I I To get it if I couldI To shoot and fight may be alright
The corporal told the sneearitArd ; said I'd like to I But I believe it is a .sin
THE he -. tmec>ZI K. P. I But there's others just as good I What I hke is peace on earth j
I9 bl'XxJy; war; it'. bloody war.I j I ran all over Germany Good will toward all men
SMOOTHESTSMOKING Fighting for my life I Now I could sing some more of this
had to do !vu of things j Before I go to war again There's lots more I could sing
.A..1. always bothered me 111 send ray daring wife But I'll! sing the rest when I hear
: tr': understand how aU such thins Ita bloody war, its bloody war. That the Kaiser has gone to HELL
TOBACCO W::: help whip: Germany I : Its bloody war, its bloody war.
i I't!: :...ody war, 1U bloody war. i I Now war may come and war may goI
I! But pet this on jour mini COMPOSED. : BY TilE DOUGH BOYS
:' T>.-;; punched my poor arm fall of''I I
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t ''I .r The'accinaled.'-"s it was the thing me to do I i i

B.* it did not appeal to me II
!'- M!'.ody war, its bloody war. I
$ WHEN I smoke I want my I Mr. Automobile Owner
M!
welled it ached
; arm up my head
1 tw cured by Mother .Aril j I was sick all day and night:
I Don't You Have
Nature The -recant; said to mere Why
r ; the Doctor and you be all-
not by Mother-in-law Process r rfht That Leaky Radiator
fJR r. SI'.odi: !: war its bloody war. 'I

1 ?fIJ !Jo Th- d]..i-tor marked me up for duty Repaired ?
V i I was sick as could be
-if Via.:: i could say was, Oh Lord SEE SMITH, HE CAN
* Wr-::: nat tho foresaken me

There is nothing harshin !r., \,''.ody: war, Its bloody war REBUILD IT

1 I" ',jt and police
Nature's methods-no \Va- what I heard each morn
Tfl \ rot 'o hard
I Ijt! had rather hoe my corn SMITH'S GARAGEStarke
stunts no "hurryups"f Itbloody! war, its bloody war.
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: They trr;t-d to teach me how to kill *. '. Florida ;
I 11'i I: 1 the best I could
Her quiet patient i way with H.t\: m:>. captain told me to my face .1

I That my head was made oil wood
' VELVET
during its two
years age- Th- -t-rireant lined U8 in a row
' oreuard I I heard him yellI ___Jflechsi5releelpt .
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ing in wooden hogsheads
brings out stepped! out on my right foot

all the kindly comfort of fine And I the captain said Oh Hell
Ken- Its bloody: war, its bloody war. 1 \

tucky Burley leaf.
I! I'mn began to realize
What I had. my foot into $
And now I know beyond a doubt
The quicker: less expensive What Sherman said was true

:; methods cannot possibly :- Its bloody war, its bloody war.

produce the fragrance, They sent me to the range

''i coolness and downright To hear artillery sing
I shot and shot for one whole,, day
pips: qualities of VELVET, ) : And did not hit a thingIts

cured in Nature's way. rb .r..... w. bloody war, its bloody war.

The captain said to shoot at willI

Today it is your privilege i ', said Which one is he
That made the captain mad
to enjoy, with hundreds of And he fired his gun at me

thousands of other smokers its bloody war, its bloody war.

I this mild and friendly ,1 They started me away from camp
VELVET tobacco The weather was getting cool
They Have me an O. D. suit to wear
r And shod me like a mule !

c yrr7sltSn..,,, O6QCao a.. ; .I Its I bloody t I.war, its bloody war.I To pay your bills by check is

"'I The cooks were all EnlClish. I I the of being
aIW to preclude
I possibility
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ss Y That did not appeal to meAll
f. .} st;... they gave us to eat I obliged to pay them twice.
c R \. ." .' Was rotton fish and teats I

Roll a VEL VET 1 5c ; ;:: .. bloody war', its bloody afar The cancelled check which is
Cigarette ..<,,,1. I l +
VELVET'S ....,."..-.....1 _' x When we landed, in England returned to you is undeniable
.d1dn. _tl.malt.... 1.1.:JG All I could kco was bikes i
m aA. it irl4l1' for .....1y,BACCO They gave us a pack, wedged 100 proof of payment. And the stubs
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cl.'n. roeaoco oo: pounds I 1
in checkbook
:Sun: boys. You'll have to hike I your are an accu-

is Its bloody war, its bloody war. rate account of your expenses.

I IPS HLOODV \V\K IT'S BLOODY They hiked us to a rest camp
W'.t lt. To get a little rest'hey ; 1 Why not open a checking account !
2
PROGRAMOF gave me a pick and, shovel with at ?
us once
I win simple country boy
j a And made me dig my best t I
I lived out on the farmI
Its bloody war', its bloody war.
I never even killed! a flea
TILE Or did nobody harm -* $ -*
It's bloody war; it's bloody war. They staid we would\ ride away from
7.Teon: :
Trm 'dr; I

ir: New River Missionary Baptist and One day the uherifT caught/: me And here we began to grin Great Oaks

And' ""YM. Come with, me, my son But the car war marked, for only eight
Your Uncle Sammy needs: you mulct: BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
School UnionTO
Sunday To help tote a Run.
It'a bloody war it'. bloody war.
; Bradford
"Bayer: Tablets 1 ot Aspirin. County's Financial Stronghold
WITH THE
CONVENE
He took me to the court house American Owned, Entirely! ESTABLISHED 1889
My head wat in a whirl STARKE, FLORIDA
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church And when the doctor passed meI
wish I had been a girl'

JUNE 27th--29th 1919.
It's bloody war: it's bloody war. USES OF
The local board says to us boys
; FRIDAY What can you fellows- Hrt
Q I I I IIai.t'u;; be a General if it's
I 1100 I; a. m. Introductory Sermon Elder L. W. KicLliter. I All the same to you

1200m. Rrfrrilimrnu. It's bloody war; it'a bloody war. "ayer nay only -

1:30: p. m. Busmen of f the Union. They took me to the train the next (You" E E.I!" "Gayer"ongenulne

2.1;I S Should Mrtwngcn be scaled who only attend the last days. The crowd it wan immenseI R packagaaTablata
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u 3 00 lave we Scriptural authority to deal with non-attending member? never could get with my girl
So I kissed. her through the fence.
Opened by Elder P. M. Riggs. .
Its bloody war; it'i bloody war.
i 7:30: S mon. THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Some fellows on the train with me ASPIRINA.piln
-I SATURDAY Said we'll join the infantryI

said, My motto is. safety first
Ford cars are more useful today than
9.30: a. m. Devotional Services, J. L Underhill For me the Q. M. Ct's .
10.00 What, relation dons Haptmt bear to other denominations? Openedby [ bltmilv. vat i'i 1>'00"3VI)* of 1Uuo oaatlcaadeaer\ B of.T SalICyllc.ciel.r M.nuf'clur ever before; a necessity in village, town,

J. J J. Silcnx, city and country; the utility of farmer
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When I first landed at the from !
campI Misery
10:30: Can that which i n planted by Cod be rooted up? R O. Strong. certainly did fel blue Passports merchant, manufacturer architect
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Pain to Comfort.For .
I 11:00 1; Srrmon. The sergeant says Cheer up, old boy Out of
gineer, contractor, salesman doctor
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1200m. Rt'frt'lhm"nl. We'll make a man of you ,
It's. bloody it' bloody Headache Colds clergyman profitable factor
war; war. ; a in the life
1:30: p. m. Business of f the Union.

r 2:30: Can the, business of the Union be accomplished as well in two days When first. my captain saw me Earache Neuralgia Grippe Influenzal Colds of the nation. Runabout, $500; TouringCar

i as three days? Open discussion.r lie cussed and cussed in vainI Toothache Neuritis $525; One Ton Truck Chasis, $550;
he thought the local board
\ 3.00 What benefit<< t should we get from our Union Meetings? Opened by guess Had played a joke on him Gum Pain Lame Back Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775-these pricesf.

( H. L Wilson. It's bloody war; it'. bloody war. Lumbago; Joint-Pains o. b. Detroit. We can get but a limit-
7:30 Sermon. Rheumatism Pain! Pain I
I They gave me a khaki suit ed quantity. Please give us your orderat

SUNDAY Some leK ins and some shoes Adults-Take one or two once as first come will get first delivery -
The captain said dress up in the.eAnd
9.30: a. m. Devotional Services<< J J. K. Hams. then I'll cure your blues "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" ,
I 10.00 What is an orKani/rd Sunday School? Opened by Elder L. W, It's bloody war; it'i bloody war. anytime, with water. If necessary -

Kickliler. repeat dose three times a
The straw was full of briers FORD GARAGEA.
relation the School the church? Opened by J. after meals.
10.30; What ui Sunday to That was in my sleeping? bag day,
F. KK kilter.I The captain chewed 1 tobacco
insist
Srrmon The sergeant. the rail: Always upon VV. & G. A. ANDERSON Proprietors
I II I IOO; Missionary' "
It's bloody war; it'" bloody war. "Bayer Tablet of Aaplrin.
B. C. SCARBOROUGH I IE. STARKE, FLORIDA
C. SAUNDERS They fed mo on potatoes Quick Relief-with Safety!

441 R. O. STRONG And beef most every dayIt 20 larger aizes.
Committee. must be all the hogs' are dead The wnginil ....orIJ.f.unoIU tablet
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L t SOGl (!li I:11a1TtOa13TtiT: The going was slow as we hud to had been: raised by a decrease- in Feb- ,I". i

I creep along in plain view of several. luaiy', said a repot today by the bureau I 1 I

[ Yanks First Impressions In War Told. "Hoiho" observation bullons of labor statin As a whole' I
I never will understand 1
hy those t twenty-two: articles! of food were' per '
bulimia ueiu allowed to irnuiin uj' ent higher last month than the
.........W w.........: .,....... .......,."...",..........."."."..........-.ef....lnrt-.-'ooNtW.\o&"J.I..IL'.ILI'JtJl.! ;II ntfy'II} there getting/ un eyeful of our every: ceding month and vote 1 11"r cent pi- .. 1

Machine Gunner; (ilve.s 'Ihrillmg le- thoughts:: of u trivial nature are banished movement, but they; stayed put. Andmind ,, higher than :March l)18!) For tin' six I

... Hcription of 1'irKtdvonce Into I You think real thoughts i you, whether we were of any year IWI'iodInrch.: I'll' :) to :March ,

Battle Under Hail of Shells I wanted", protection and I realized importance or not, we- were gOing till1'\' tininciease in retail prueof ) '\

. that I had to go to a higher authority up as replacements to take the! places all foods, was! hO\ per cent with dour, J .I.I
;1 By JOHN' SH.\RPK than my company commander or of the fallen on the line. Well, any baton. hard l moil l cornmeal increasing.. A "
Formerly of the :Machine Gun Com to a higher official than any general how, us one of the boys afterward more than 100 per tent eath Flavor forevery I
28th Infantry 1st Division I had As said, "we made the glade in spit
ever
pany seen I was wrestlingwith Butter declined HI!) per cent in 1'eb-
;I "So you are just back from over my thoughts I noticed a small of Fritz ami hid blamed war bugs" ruary', then ininused(10; per cent in taste t': ,t
I And I know that tick- dugout It wu dark when we dragged
seas you are not so far away. As I made ourselves :Maiih. Other increases in :March
led to death to get back home again, my way in that direction I then knewto into the little wreck of a burg were sirloin steak, 1 per cent; round, / ,

aren't you ? And you were at the whom I was: going to take my where regimental headquarter. wad steak and l chuck roast :2 per cent; f
front? Yes! You must have had burden. stationed. The locution of what had coffee surd tea :3 per ('t'nt.II'y:-' beans 4t b bl

some very thrilling! experiences!" !' Just "'falkt'tWith\ (;Jod." been a town named :Missey.. just on potatoes, rice, eggs and milk declined l
Now, all the overseas "doughboy",i So the edge of the I'anti-Soissoiia roud. in pi'noM ,
into the little hole the
in ground
needs in the ammunition line to answer I You recall, there was twenty some .
trawled. I was all alone with ----- -----
a barrage like this is a handfulof :Maker. Soon all and my odd of us withou ritl.We! I \:MMKMiMKMX.; : :: TO IKKi;
"Yes, :Ma'ams" You'll get by! But confused my pent up seemed! to have arrived at a rather sl.lll'M: Itll I..
: thoughts took
what will! you do when they start to : :: proper fOI'mIInd critical point in the batle Fritz ,

outflank you with a question like this: Father I commenced to talk to the same had been on the run all this time So :\lIIn)'. in Fact ( V ipsts
to whom I had
"Tell me, please what were your child said "Now long ago asa and now the word came that he was.. <;n't'll. \\ ho ('Ht.ill'l..lItatin.j =#* Z. ?_ jTrZ&3S .
my I lay downto
me
to make stand i iIA
going 'Ihe
impressions blixp." I I talked Of a machine He ( un'tote t for It in Present'
And that is just!' what I am going say course gun organization to \\hl'h1 e i :Snipe.,
it was a but I look back
prayer, as
'' were to be assignedt4'
to tell-my impressions on the way too tar UI|
up to the front line and under, shellfire of now a talk.it seems to me that it was more for UB to uuih that light\ in iftI '- T a I 11 i n h a x ,s e e,- 'a'Irt'sentntivo

for the first time. j I explained to God that I wanted I ty', a lieutintunt told -is, mind lit said dreen hog cholera serum bill was so

I left New York! with the Forty- to go buck home when the time .. that we would have to din up u riJ'le bu.ll 111111'11.1 m the live stork i'omnnttee -
wasgood
first (( Sunset) Division for overseas. I und h.iyoiut us bent we mull lie .this.. afteinoon that he .statedthat .
I told Him
of mistakes!' I had ,
This was in December of 1917. We surd also sOllll.thlng' about king/ hi would have to vote against it I
made in 1 told Him of
my past. un- "
landed Christmas Day at Liverpool) 'happmess I hail, caused I it snappy in its.. present.. sh.ine The niinioi i, I 1"il
a few days later arriving at the port' promised There was.. u:< selvage pile mat and tion was' im-Mased fruit fifty thousand;
to make good if I hail, the chance in
of Le Harve :My regiment was the the future. ham< this pile we took something to seventy-live thousand dollors! ami at

lt>2d Infantry, orgmally the old Third i Then came the call. Trucks like ten good rifles and six bayonets, the' "suggestion of the Swine Growers',
Oregon. sooncame Well, the emuguic had to be eel .\ssouatinn. .
it was provided, that the'
Start For Front. I; rolling up und without any un- .so. vvu .started. out-the rest of U.-.. farmer and the state .shall fifty kL

After a few months of general Then/neccessury with a formality honk and we a jerk piled we aboard.were to prowl I.tile We battltliolls. for lilies ..IIdba'onets. fifty, for the I serum. Ml r. Green pay, however L

guard duty we were made into a j off. Out through the shell wrecked finally found! what we was' willing to accept each of
casual outfit and were speedily ship- town needed but of tour. we sped dodging debris here
ped out to the several fighting divisions ;i I'and there, slowing down occassionally late that we had to take heat from their provided) that twenty per cent of the ALL sealed airtight and

then on the line. We were owners. total sum appropriated annually
among as we rumbled
i over a hastily repaired
the very first replacements of the big bridge and out into countrysidethat Ammunition plentiful and, we should go for innoculution by state Impurity-proof. in
were issued two bandoliers the wax-
divisions. I' each und veterinarians!' he became dissatisfied
only few before had
a days itself
beltful also. Three of the boysin with the bill He
With twenty-four men I was ordered been the battlefield. We says each county '
to a machine gun organization of ambulances bringing the passed wounded many our bunch had never had so much asa has a farm demonstrator or a veterinarian wrapped safety packages.WRIGLEYS .

the First United States Division, then into the town we had left and day's experience with a rifle, and who l'ouI.do\ this work and F
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just they were going into I battle! Of hat he cannot
bill
operating at Catigny. We were augmented support a giving
t J by about 350 infantrymen and 'J back many for empty more.Red Cross vehicles going course, the fact that these men were twenty per cent of the appropriation Be sure to met

I boarding a French troop train we were I ignorant of a ritlle may rot nave been to state agents: and leaving hut eighty

I soon under way-off in search of the Jokes Forgotten.As known to the commanding, oTier: per cent for the purchase' of serum.
big adventure. we went along I looked about but there was one otfi"or+ that Knew

It took us six days to locate the me.. Faces were set in masks of resignation I and was powerless.. t} help. I remember HKTTFR!: : [l'\\ ,1tiliEl:l> IOU ('Alt-

First Division. They had moved from changing/ occasionally to a thanking my stars for the little KIKKS: OF :\1.\II. ItV :MOIOK. pp

Catingy to the Sosons, sector not' pitiful little smile No one wanted to infantry drill that I had and I was -
so very far from Paris. This was, in be "kidded" at this time and no one determined to use that knowledgeto Tallahassee The r..olutllllintrn'. because it is supreme ;
July, 1918, and the Germans were not seemed to be in the humor for joking the very ?Sent .id.ant.iir. po'.H.bleAfter : lucetl' by :Ml. Green; of Bradford 'oun-

very far from Paris, either As I It seemed that everyone was perfectly thisve rlur; in" that serious night We were ton. ) to " pa\' fur the' motor mad, minors of,
look back now I can recall, the almost aware something very p-'p.i( e ;>!m-
hopeless. expressions of the French was.. happening up there ahead and I lint packs" an I to be reidy. to tart he' -lull will bo found 11l'1..w' in full:

people The outlook was certainly have an idea that many silent prayers I at a inonent's notice U lit.teas.., 'Ihe high cost.. of living/ 1 {
c far from bright wile prayed on that memorable and : \\e remained In ro for! f( u:' diys in mil tinimpotation" has made it alino. \ ;

We reached the railroad
at a small town called. Crepy on the The noise from the heavies was by : were ordered, to join the men in the u..inl'dlldPM.. upon' the rots d-
morning of July IS, arriving at dawn. now almost deafening/ Over on our front line, but each time the order if I F'.rida' and| otht :Southern; stuti--

After the command, "Unslmg jour left us we rushed.. along/ I could I see ,, was tountermandcd. But'e worefai I to meet expenses, nnd, The Flavor Lasts "

.' equipment. was: given my squad wasa'talle Brent Hushes und I knew it was' from I from a pin-o of siifi'ty. .\11|| .dunng IVherens'I'he mail service" is "m. nfhe I l ,,7

(/ to,0 alter water anti on turn the big guns. At one point we had, tind ly th.'U". treat' nr us essential,, togs of our great n'pubic r Pig
I hail the to pass!' directly in front of u bigFl"l'nl'll 'to 1fic'I'l'C h"II!! lire-! And iliii.rr, the' I ; therefore be, it I .
mission
opportunity of ""IIiI'fo t i "UI r '.nil m itor mail ari + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
looking about in the first phell- 1 battery and it gate me the night also I'h. n. 'ion, .111 i' ..ids- Resolved, llthe )hoiistof.. lepisontativos '('- i rn,,'i -. U" II i firthr' i + I. IS i (; A I. N O T 1 C K: H -t tj
wrecked, "deeps"!' even through I knew that the more than I \an.n..>inli 1 ..r. ':he .. I'
town that I had seen."Mounded tlu'emit, tontUcr1og, that I Rt! .f\ I 'I hut n 'pv ,">f r tin" roe + + A + + * + + + + + + M + + + P' it
projectiles!' were going way over our strain was tilling on us, too for weoiuld ve hoiiby 1 b.. IhIw.f, .Ii rk of :
blinks( (;lIl11e. I niin-t| our si"nators and olutmn" .m'u'd i c "
headsUe, not light )at.i, Ml wi" n std d"was Notice !
Over to the left of enclosure I 1"'pl""IIItl\t'- in t'on .(res" to UM allhotiontblr tin h,"ii1 "f r".''pr- iiitativi' '. In for .
noticed a long hospital our train drawn followed, the exact trail of the to lie down and, "k''"l'" out of !sight/ nu'HIM tuKUIIC, a 11, mist... m j wunli.l'. ... t"It'h". .f un' United. Stah>NnatiirH a-j;: : ; I'will .
I Itu[! 'nues engaged the ,tiny before. We I would much rather have been where Six months itc hereof
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,, up on the siding It was.. waiting to ,grossed trench after trench/ trenches there was something, to .(hoot I Imffe/ nt + present" my vouchers and, final account f{
LEMONS MAKE
receive the wounded. The engine was : than to lie there under that SKIN
German built and occupied later by dreadful
to tho lion Oeo. A. Gardiner;
County
hooked on and the way it was snorting : the Allied troops. Every trench tjd and almost uiuiating Aiming" harried WHITE, SOFT AND CLEAR t, .J :;
and wheezing. gave one the i idea its own story. here and/ there an us! by desperate) enemy Ask Your Grocer Judge/ of Itradford County, 101"lnd ),

that it was anxious to get under, way abandoned, potato masher grenade We were relieved,! the rent Might/ *Iy ask for my final discharge ns administrator

and to bear the casualties to u placeof I'I (German) and, rifles, buysnets, (equipment a Scottish. division the Gorton highlanders / Make This Beauty Lotion For i For I> of tho estute of I Roderick Baker

safety and rest. I and the usual battle field salage and joined, the First Armri- A Few Cents and See For deceased. .'
Before long ambulances trucks and \' * * And, of human bodies can Division about a kilometer down CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES This ;21th day of January, 1919. 1'1!
even farm wagons came rambling, the Yourself.
there were many and they were not road under cover of an inky
loaded down with wounded. It was all enemy bodies either. blatkm'ss'' And I want to say that J. II. RITCII, ( /
Admnl "
21-Cmo trator.
somewhat a relief for me to see that Tornado of Death. all hands were very grateful for the What girl or woman hasn't! heard of 'k
there ---
others beside
were Americans
darknesi.FOODMUlFS.
lemon juice to remove complexion ,
the We had advanced about half to Notice '
among injured. There were way
blemishes; to whiten the skin and to
French and 1 .. .. our destination when all of a sudden
Moroccan: soldiers' and ) IN MARCH: WENTIll' ; 9
bring out the the freshness and
roses,
I started Six month after date hereof I will
it to rain
shrapnel and high
not a few "Bochu. A glance
passing I I INSTK\I)) OF DOWN. the hidden beauty ? But lemon juice
at the enemy wounded showed me to explosive. Fritz was on hand to give alone is acid therefore irritating, and Best By Every TestDAVIS present my vouchers and final accountto v
i my immense satisfaction that most us a grand reception. All of this Washington April 30.- Food stuffs I should l be mixed with orchard white tho lion. Ceo. A. Gardiner, CountyJudge ;
tl, of "Jerry's" wounds were on their> came to us as a bolt from a clear sky. increased in price in March after pub his way. Strain through a fine cloth of Bradford County, l Fla., and

square heads! As I look back now I It certainly brought us up with a i p|, lie hopes of a return to normal levels the juice of two fresh lemons into a auk for my final discharge aa admin ter
remember that I got a good "kick" I start.Shells were bursting all aroungus I bottle containing about three ounces istratrix! : of the estate of J. E. Barton

out of this discovery for I knew those and I saw several boys go down. II. G. HARDING; & CO. of orchard white, then shake well and deceased. '
"doughboys" were putting 'em over to, And what a place we were in! Bryon, Ga., Apr. 11, 1917 you have a whole quarter pint of akin This 24th day of January, 1919. '

count. I| There was not so much as a Old Kentucky !Mfg. Co., and complexion lotion at about the EVELINA BARTON
I talked to many of the boys while plowed furrow, much less a trench, Paducah, Ky. cost one usually pays for a small jar (Agency Eat 1886> 1-2-i 6mo. Adminlstratix.! i

they were awaiting word to "load on," | anywhere near and no time to digin. Gentlemen: of ordinary cold cream. Be sure to
They were all undivided in their> It would have been sucide to I had cholera in my herd of hogs strain the lemon juice so no pulp get No Worms In a Healthy Child

opinion that war was "hell all right | stop there. So the only thing that recently and begun feeding the B. A into the bottle, then this lotion will 'remain INSURANCESTARKE All children.which troubled Indicate with worm poor blood have lad en tlml uahMllhreolnr. a-

but were a game; bunch. Not a whine l we could do was to make a run for Thomas's )Hog Cholera Cure and stopped pure and fresh for months. When :,, .*.th.r. In mere or lain lUiinuli dlMuibaim. ,
did I hear Althrough it was their first; !|, the sheltered side of a hill 500 yards losing from four to five each night applied daily to the face neck arms, GROVE S TAXI'(.LESS chill TONIC given rrtularlytor

scrap they were "going fine until we i | or so distant. Our lieutenant gave until I began the use of this preparation. and hand it should help to bleach, P..III.two or.digestion throe wee mil. will act enrich a.a braerel; lb. blood Sirenjihenlof Im- j

were stopped" as one red-headed lad[ !II i the word and run for it we sure did. I raise about 200 head of hogs clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. Tonic to the whole.,oe.., Nature will ben
assured me. I But we didn't leave our wounded I per year and never expect to be with Any druggist will supply thrpp oun- throw on or dlap l the worm,.end the Child wll! be
The encouraging news that the I I behind. Each squad cared for its out your remedy. ces of orchard white at very little cost I .In .purled health Pleasant, to Uke IDe..prr bnttln.r ., ri

wounded gave us was just the medicine ]' own injured men and we finally made Yours very truly, and your grocer hu the lemons.
we neded for what may have i'' the shelter with safety. When we H. J. HAKDISON & CO. .-Adv. ((99)) TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR I, : : LIFT OFF CORNS! i

been a slight slump in backbone when ) reached our objective believe me, i Sold
we first saw these human results of I'i i for a bunch of green recruits, that I i C. Manning, Starke.J MICKIE SAYSEP.1'o NASTY CALOMEL
the very battle that we were to take i'' bunch sure did dig in1! All this time I L. Douglass, Lake Butler

part in soon. Such is optimism.The ; we were being subjected to a most W. L. Overstreet Lawtey, / i \ 's'S SCAOS OP Starts your Liver Without Mak- ,,Apply few drops then lift sore,

trucks did not come for us that; terrific !shelling and, the enemy had A. D. Andrews, Raiford.J. O-OOO Fect6ft3 AOOVJt 1e ing You Sick and Can- touch/ corns off with ,
day, and toward dark we were told| a fair range on us, too, but we suffered I V. Jones, Hampton.-Adv HEO6TOWN, BUT tHe BEST ca

that we were going to spend the nightin ; no more casualties. I OF'6rA ARE; 1F+E FELLERS 'Wn0 not Salivate. fingers. I '

a nearby forest. | Just how long we lay there under 'I BRING IN l"I-'IIZ COPY AM't -
After a night camouflaged in the partial cover I don't know. But I ,: /+os EARLY so WE p..INl"QV Every druggist in town-your drug-

woods, we returned to the siding. The ,i do know one thing Fritz would have I You lo More Work, Meo -TO OQIIo.1'IGot..I.. N' It'st and everybody's druggist off has noticed -
In the sale
word was passed that the truck i scored a bunch of direct hits had he You are more ambitious and you got more DOT TUB PIXPCR. ON a great falling
calomel. the
of They all give
would be there inside of an hour. The I I kept up the firing-his aim was get I enjoyment out of everything when your 1tME l NO 1 same >
Dodnon'a. Liver Tone Is
men were told to overhaul their ting better all the time and he wa I blood H In good condition Impurities in reason. takingits \y
equipment for probably the last.. hunching them but all of a sudden. I I, the blood have a very depressing\ effect on place.
the and
la
"Calomel dangerous
system causing weakness laziness, people
action. As
time before going into the bombardment erased" as suddenly< rvousuess and 1 sickness.IRol12'S (-7o t.eU know it, while Dodaon's Liver Tone is
machine gunners, .. carry no rifles, but t as it had begun For awhile we lay ( TASII.I.L.SS ChllllO"C Some perfectly safe and gives better results -

automatic pistols instead.' I had! no just a* still us when we were bempl i restores Energy: : and Vitality ly Purifying MIGK/P.l ," said a prominent local drug 'ut I'j
Springfield to clean I was also minus s "shot up," but as darkness' was .torn end Enriching: the Hlood When you re.jits I gist. Uodion'a Liver Tone is
a pistol, as were we all. but that ing on and we had 1 to reach the frontline streniitheninri. invigorating' effect. see person.ally a
would be attended! to at the front usoon as.. po..ibe! we were sor : how it brings, color to the cheeks and how 1 gnuranterd by every druggist who t tI -
t sells It. A bottle costs 50 cents
it improves the large ,
appetite will then
I \ you wul
Please remember this fact. I was on the march
on again. appreciate,. its true tonic value and If It fails to give easy relief In I I.
my way to the war without so muchas IROVr.'S TASTELESS Chill TUMC v every case of liver sluggishness/ and I.I CC -

a pocket knife. :\KKETI.NG:' HOGS I Is not a patent medicine, It i is simply. | I constipation, you have only to ask for G
Wants to Be Alone.So I --- IRON:" and QUININE:- : suspended in Syrup your money back.Dodson' : I
all I had to clean up was mygas beats burying them. Steve Hoover !So: pleasant even children like it. The Liver Tone Is a p'asantI a

mask. After this job was done I :Mt. Pleasant Iowa writes, "Com blood' needsQuinum, to I Purify and IRON \ t tasting, purely vegetable remedy, !Joe,," t hurt a hit! Drop a little

had nothing to do but think. Some menced feeding my herd of about 10'' to entice Enrich never it.fail These to drive reliable out impurities tonic |rop-! in ; I I harmless to both children and adults. Krrezoni on an aching corn, instantlythat

how or other I wanted to be all alone hogs B. A. Thomas's Hog Powde the blixxl Take a spoonful at night and wake corn stops: hurting, then you lift

by myself. over two months ago. Fifty wer' The StrenftthCraunrt Power of GROVES up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick' it right out Yes magic!

Now, I did not want to die. To be sick and off feed. Nearby herds ha< lASTLLL&S Chill TONIC' has made it I, headache, add stomach or constipated A tiny bottle of Freezone costs buta

sure I wanted to do my bit in battle, cholera I did not lose! onetheyare he favorite tonic in thousands of homes bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause few to suffer is necessary, but the other, well and growing fa t." More than thirty-live years ago( folk inconvenience all the next day like : sufficient to remove every hard com. ,
Now when brought face Sold by ould ride a long distance. to get kKOVkS violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel soft corn, or corn between the toe,
No. you are TASTELESS Chill
lUNICNben
alColds J. C. Manning, Starke. i today and tomorrow you will feel and, the calluses, without iorenei or
to face with impending disaster member of their family had Malaria o ,
J. L. Douglass, Lake ButlerW. needed a body-building, strrngth-givm weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose irritation. : U

Cause Grip and Influenza L. Overstreet Lawtey.A. tonic The formula is just the same to a day's work I Take Dodion'i Liver Freezone is the Mnsatlonal dUcor-
D. Andrews, Raiford. lay. and you can get it from any drugstore Tone instead and feel fine, full of rigor try of a Cincinnati genius. It If won'
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE:Tablet nrnov thCMUMI. "* J. V. Jones IIampton-Ad'9' 60c per bottle and ambition. IH-6% I I"I dpful.-Adv. Nr 28...
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There U only eon "Bromo Quinine. ,yr. ,...... --
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"Arm runt \TIT'OIW COUNTY TfLEGH.U'II: ST.tfhF, l"LOitlU.\ '_

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t:",,, ,, ,, ..:": l n nOII.>I:1f: If'" ...1C1t".DDCl CTIC.o:1t: !: UWOli! EH. Guy Plnholster) accompanied byMISS.US
Bradford! iLUity:.; r Jl !} ph ,I Flora Clower and Inez Aber- (lfeCanteen

-.-, .,. ... ; I Brooker :May 3.-:Mr.. Wilson, of nathy were visitors at the home of
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- What's Tallahassee
On At
Published Weekly, and entered an second Going Starke, was in our town on business D. W. Pinholster, St., Wednesday Angel
night. "

rlaHM" matter at the Dotlfic" at |,I .ICU'W..eo"....*.,.."...MIM.Ml'm."m.'wt'.m. ...........", ......"....................,,,...,........_.. >....."' ... ......"...".''.'.''.flfft7fllfflrW''.''"......, j i' Thursday.:Mr. aod Mrs. I.. A. Brown :Mrs. Jno. I Mr. and Mrs. D Shepherd, of Pine
Starke, Florida. I Shriver and :Miss Thelma Ward motored IIill, were in our town Monday afterMr. Bj JACK LAWTON
]i The senate bill providing for the An important amendment recommended -
I no"
to Gainesville Wednesday "
E. S. I.\TI'II EW5 Ixlitor: and Owner. furnishing of free school books from this morning by the committee Leroy Osteen left Wednesday nfI I . Kendrick of Stnrke, is here
j .
i the funds of the school tux districts .- on state institutions to the Carlton hogs for the" (Oopjrljht. ISIS 1 tr W..t.rn N....".".. Unlo .> ,
J. C. ROHINSO.V. Associate Editor.: I ternoon for Plant City, where he was this week vaccinating
if the state has received an unfavor- lull providing for a supervising:
i culled to the bedside of his wife, who i farmers. I It was t desolate French village
ible vote of the board,! similar the board of control
/ report by unanimous to I brother.Mallie ,
i.< visiting relatives there. I Miss: I Rosa Surrency and Ailed with the horror of war and tn
omnuttee on education. It was \to have charge of all correctional or
Fred Hazen Gainesville Wednesday : of Pine Hill, attended church American cunteeu khakicladlsoldiers
A I was in ward the
1919 JM V 1919 ,laimc-d that Hubschool districts are reform institutions in Florida I
afternoon. I here Sunday.Mr. turn d their weary faces with
not evenly distrubuted the provides that the superintendents of
I m J|'MOHJ l"rea'w/D. L7N=rwi'rrutL J ountios. and that a man's among property the institutions shall be selected by |I Lester Pmholster, of I'ine Hill wns and Mrs: G. B. Colson and !Ion.Reltie ,all the eagerness cf homecoming.
: I ''in our town Thursday] morning. ( and Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. Pm- There they would find cheer and rest
- T - --l l might I lie in a district wehere his the proposed board which will consist -
1 ; 1- > relatives 1
> = -- -. : +- ihil'lren did not go to Hchool. of three men and two women. The :Miss! Flora Clower, of Starko! was holster, Jr., spent Sunday with ''land warm refreshment greater per- 'I
r2 institutions which the bill seeks to in our town Wednesday morning:, en- I nt Pine Hill. jbiip* than the e, the dear familiar welcome -
4.1567i8' I 10 Mr and Mrs Lewis Clemons and, | American girl's smile.Over .
Pine Hill
The old soldiers have u Hmile on place under the new board are the In-. route to and was accompanied I of an
( : children spent Sunday here at the they hud come these l
Miss
by Inez A'wiiuthy. I the awns
their faces such as they have not worn dustrial Schol for Hoys at Mariannn: ,
111213141516117 t MUMthe war prices went on provi- the Industrnil School for Girls; at :Mrs L. Cone, of Pin Hill spent home of :Mr. and :Mrs J. J. :Morgan i bright-meed girls Into the very realm o.
last week here with her daughter I J. J. :Morgan was in WorthingtonSaturday of danger In order that they might .
.i"n The reason for this of course Ocala, and the State Prison Farm at I .
:Mrs S. V. Andeu. afternoon.Alvfn . the brave
serve In wllllnit/ helpfulness
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"ithe by the house of the Haiford.I .
passage I I
pension bill increasing the ullowancu I :Messrs. E. :M.. G. W. And A. A. Clemens! who has been boys who would sacrifice nil. Like .

I ( flaxen( were off lust week on a !fishing' ting in Gainesville, and Waldo children were* these lonely follows with :
of
25 Q'27 28'29iI[31 from the stall from $15 to $20 a Speaking the large appropriations .it.i'l
turned) home :Monday morning.Mr. their for
month They: do not seem to have any this legislature is to bo asked ;! trip. their confidences, hunger

__.._ _, -.0 __. ., .. dryad,,, Unit the whole thing may be up- to make, a prominent state official and j :Mrs Oliver and daughtersVil- : nnd :'Ir<. I.. L. Johns of sympathy-which! Angola 8M(1"aYII
!Lama and Cantos, of Pint HIM: River !spent the week-end here wit- (I
"I t by the senate when the matter devout member of the church Friday IIpel.tThllrllllay rlllLdy to give.
,
H .\.. comes up in that body. Or, perhaps morning asked: "If we give them all I j hero with friends.: ( relatives. 'I I Huck In her own fortunate land the
--- I :Mr. Eddy representative of the :Mrs O. W. Thomas and iittie'daughter hnd know no lack of com-
it is ufu.t they have sounded the they ask for who in the h-I 1 is going ,favored girl
Hampton, May :J.! --Paul Knnbb) who numbers of that end of tho legislature to pay the taxes ?" The question may Singer! Sowing Machine vvis in our ,1 \'erJle1'(1 in town Thur< ''! ''fort or luxury ; her friends had uuir-

has hen in the army service in | and feel that they have nothing to not he orthodox but it is so relevantit i i j town Wednesday. day morning velt'd nt her renunciation us she bade
France fur tho past six months returned fear from it.Representative. is suggested the pastor overlookedthe 1 :Miss Tave Andrew, spent part of I :'Irs.Intt: of Hobron Spring. pr-n' i iSaturndy I them aiuilliiKly g..od.by. ; and here In

to Hampton last wook. He was breach of church discipline. i last week here at thj home of !hoi : with her daughter Mrs: rC. Franco Angola had learned what It

{ greeted by many friends. I Futch of Alachua I brother. I riomons. meant to bo worn with labor cold too,

Mr.nnd Mrs H. B. Wigging! are the 'introduced a state income tax bill, A l'uch.rho had) taught o\or :Mr. and Mrs Durden and two children Rev. C. :Moody, of Lacrosse! filled I !:in these morning of early rising but

happy, parents of u sweet little baby 'which will provide that if a farmer's. eight months at the time of the world) ': of Hampton were attending to : his regular! appointment at Littl! I Ihe hud not lost the !smile which

girl which arrived here Tuesday. ,. crop is n failure he is' exempt from war began t and lost a year as a result | buMno
Charley Peoples, who has been in J paying!: the tax for yeur that he makesnothing. of going( into government service will ) : and ;Mrs. I.. :Morgan and children I :Mr.I Stephonson of Virginia wii I i- i I Now the smile! was different someway ;,

the training carne for several monthsi.s The federal income tax lawstipulates not lo'e his! or her credits for a life or 1:i accompanied 1 by Inez Abernathv, our town :Monday afternoon. with a sort of tenderness> In

I with his many rinds at Hampton i that the information gathered other (certificate if a bill introduced\ :, motored Worthington .r Raturdav. ,. :'11'. and :Mrs. Harvey Warren, soh" I place of Its. coquetry. The line of

again. by the government income tax by Senator Johnson! pa
Mr, Albert Sullivan, accompanied collectors and through the return shall present law requires a certain cone I I (Carefoot \Vo.-thi'iirtmi, wa. ntrnin.! i 'from the II<';p'rll.Jewill" to feel Instinctively

by his little son and ,duughtc-r, Thelma be available for the use of the states soeutivp service. as a teacher in this in our town :Mondov nft.-rnoon. h Hubert Rosier, of Now River, Wit her kindly understanding.

and Guy were welcome visitors to 'having income tax !laws, and Mr. state before certificated of various | Rev. :M. .\. Woodard l '1)e)! <| his regular in town Friday afternoon :Many stories of tragedy and pathos

Hamilton, Saturday. KuUh thinks Florida should l take advantage grades tan be issued and the Johnson i appointment hor- Saturday ,Angela learned from men whose out\
i j Reme-mber meeting next!
Rev. Armstrong filled! his regular of this opportunity. bill simply protects teachers who > Sunday Rev Wood lI.1 is nn an"l, prayer ward lives were all bravado. So, ..
,
here Sunela.v night at the Free Will Bapti"t -
appointment Sunday.
speaker and had n god call
left the state to be soldiers sailors, among themselves they come to
Miss Hyrel Mulludy returned to her I I| Representative Amos Lewis has a welfare workers, nurses or to do each service.Mr | Chirch at !0 o'd'1I'k prompt. |,1her "The Angel", "The Cuuteen Angel; ," 1.

home Tuesday, lifter a :short o stay nt ,. ('ali,'., dress that was bought for him otherwise! !serve their country. I : and :Mrs P. :M. Rn-ofoot had, us I I }tc'nH'mh'fl'lIna:: ,( ,' s( hool e\i-i\ and Angela hearing of It, HuiiUel/ "IOKln.'j c

Jackl\! nville. i jby[ Representative Coates who dares th..irrlCstl Sunday afternoon :Mr. Sunday morning, at 1/:11)::!') and 4 I o'rlnriIn i Tonight", her blu eyes sought wistfully

Mrs H. I). May returned to her I, Mr. Lewis to wear it when he makes The opponents of compulsory din- i and) Mrs. .7.5. Howard and dautrhtor-! I Innlt. the afti-mon .. for Ltob'a com InK. Bob had won .

home Sunday lifter having spent a his suffrage K'l'c'h. There are members ping' who. are claiming that ticks will .\ and ;Mamie, of Dukes, who attended I, -- also the Interest of the necrctury. ''r,

week with her sister. in LcOHburg.Rev. I opposed, to suffrage who say they get on gophers are apt to get the entire services! hero Sunday night. "Something besides anxiety of war .l f fit

: John Mulludy 1 returned here I will vote for it if the Jackson county West Florida delegation againstthem Fred Hazon and V. II. Croww.. 10 I fretting lId man" she, said. "

from McIntosh where he filled hm I'1 orator will wear the dress when he for the gopher is one of the hu inl'sK'ioitors to the county seat OU1-t ti Yet be uloue, of all her big proteges .

regular appointment Saturday and delivers the speech he is preparing. principlearticles of food in that section Friday had brought to her no confidences. A ,

'l, Sunday, I and if he is likely to become tick :'olSKIamie: Oliver was ;Ala'-hun i I hopeless. patient expression seemed to "

Lesley I'uteh, who is attending The abolishing of the present con infested there may develop a great Saturday shopping. She was accompanied BONO'Gy ] be stamping Itself upon his formerly

tie'hool lgucat Lake Butler was the welcome I vict lease system is provided for in a sentiment in that section for immediate by her sisters, Willio! !Mae and Joyous countenance. The change f
I
t of his grand, parents Sun- I bill introduced in the house by Mr. eradication. Cantoe. grltT d Angela more than she could

day. j Jarmon of Santa Rosa C'ounty. In Miss Laura Lewis has been serious ''tell-she rau'u !find a way to help him. '

1 Miss Dyerul :Mullady of Hampton j lieu of leasing out the convicts he proposed Messrs. Green of Bradford and Iv ill for the past few day but nt Now aba turned her head as he .;I

spent Sunday in McIntosh, returning to put them on the highways of Mays of Jefferson, both introduced a I this writing we are glad to report same slowly through the doorway and

home !Monday.\ I the state and use them in the construction bill forbidding the teaching of the her convalescing.Mrs. a dancing tendril of shining hair

Miss Gcnievc and Mr. CharlesRivera I and maintenance of good German language in the schools of L. Sowell visited relatives nt I slipped Just below. her ear. It was

t of Lake Butler were visitorsto I roads. He does not contemplate the Florida or having German text books Hagae. part of last wek. 1 I. pretty. little curl, but then Angelawas

Hampton Saturday abondonment of the state farm at therein.. Miss Clower, of Starke, was here pretty altogether.A .
The Hampton Base Ball Team is Raiford and provides that seventy I I Wednesday and Thursday! in the in. DUKES I big soldier before her grinned de

practicing every Saturday and have five of the state convicts shall be left I terest of the Brooker and Pine 11-11; I I lightedly.

promised to give us! a game in about there, and three-eights of a mill is Assistant! chief clerk of the house Canning and Poultry. Club> While Dukes, :May 2.-O. W. Cuswell, "After you bring the chocolate,

two WC'.kM.MrK. levied upon the taxable property of Johns, had to be away from his desk here she was the .guest of Inez Abernathy county agent was in this section I lAngei." he said, "I've some photos
L). W. Moore, of Theressa, visited the state for the purpose of maintaining one day this week, the place being Thursday looking after the boys clubs ifrom home to show you."

her parents, Mr. and :Mrs S. them and the farm. 'filled by Bill Clerk Walden. The house Misses! Vera and Rosa Surroncy, of and other demonstration work. Amongthe "From horns smiled Angela, "how

David Jones, Sunday. yus fortunate in the selection of its! Pine Hill, were in our town shopping progressive farmers he met while ,nice..
Rev. L. A. Ruvvls, of Lake Butler If the constitutional amendment clerks at the beggmning of the session. Thursday afternoon h'rl''aK T. II. Rimes 11<' wn When Bob reached her side' the room ',

,k was a visitor hero :Monday. I proposed by !Mr. McKenzie: of I'utman They are so competent and sowell Clarence Scaff of I>ukes, and I pleased to learn that :Mr. Rimes had was almost empty. She motioned him ,,'

Tex L A. Odem and family visited county, passes this legislature and is versed in the wok that when an :Miss Georgia(; Kdwiirds: of Old,) Brail- V purchased n cream separator and to a chair near by.

<; Hampton this week! ratified by the people, there will never occurrenceof this_ kind happens, the ford attended church here Sunday 1 I I otherwise prepnrning to engage in the. "When anything trouble nre" auggvted \

i Mrs. I I. J. Priest who has boon visiting again be a repetition of some things regular business goes on so smoothlythe I night. I I dairy industry.. :Mr. Caswoll sa\- Angela; anti the kindness, of her

friends and relative's in Jacksonville that have occurred in this state during absence is not notice-able. Rev: and Mrs Stephenson and I'that dairying is one of the me>..t ,gaze belled her merry tour, "It helpsme
returned" to her borne :Mnnday. profitable lines of agriculture thaI wonderfully to talk It with
the past two years. It directs children, of Orlando and :Mrs. P. \\.1 over a
Mrs .1.I H. Tolhcit and, :Miss :Maggie among other things that an official Without oneword, of debate. in loss 1 Lynn: of Gainesville,, were pleasant can bo developed in this. section nn'! I II :frle-nd."

Mnxwoll, of Hampton attended. under charges'' shall have the facts than live mimmtos after joint resolutions visitors here Tuesday. I the way to mako the most out of it 1 1I "Are you a friend" Hob asked ab

the conlennry speaking, at Lake Butler certified to him, and in case of sus- was introduced by Senator. L. Messrs. Harry. Edwards. SeeberI i I vvo'.dd he to ship the sweet cre-nm t' ruptly.

) Friday (eve-mug.. They were plc-ns-' pension under certain circumstances, Hughlc-tt, a ,constitutional suffrage I I Eelwnrd's and Mnhry: Harroll of Old I Jacksonville where it would Roll for ,\ Angela nodded.

were pleasantly ontorrninod while he may take the matter befciicthe ":.r'enilmont" was submitted to the pen i Bradford attended church here Sunday n mie equal to olghtv-fivo ('pnt.I Ib "That," who answered. quietly i "Is

hero. there. They have many comnlirnonts ] people, of his own county, at the polls, plo of Florida by the senate and( the I' night.I for the butter' contained ill the ere.".' why I am here" A

! bothforthoirod speaking and the where if he gets u favorable verdict, re .olution was orvl'red! certified to the I Miss. Daisy Lewis, of Evorgroc-n. and the farmer would not huv- t t. "My own trouble." Huh suIt, bltte rlj

r good supper he may resume his office without house. There were live votes! against spent tho week-end here with rola- churn the huttor Tho market fi" ,i"I''e merely nn experience which comes,

C. N. Kirknund who prownts the waiting for the sitting of the senate it. I I tl\'('''' and friends.. crontn is! unlimited and farmer< can I'11 dare say, to many. Onlyhe

C. U, Mallard. '"., was transacting _. -- -- _-- ,I' :Mr. (;ow'n. of Bradford spent borrow cans! in which to make hi"; laughed shortly, "this was .rather a

business in Hampton Tuesday. representative N. C. Bryan of ItILI is in HKAiunitirs: ) LVKF.U. \\'- Sunday here with his wife. mont The railroad will haul a five gallon hard time to rub the) vpi'i !li'nce In.

J. K.: McLeanlio\ has be-on working Osceida temperance leader of the M I.\I I Mr. and :Mrs Erwin: McKinncy, of can of milk or cream from Pukes ''lleve Goes ban old.fimhloiud nllu.... I b-

the telegraph' olTice here, has gone House, will attempt to amend the Louise! wry in our burg Sunday af to Jacksonville and return for only of-being disappointed In II>ve."
+ to ;Montl'.rook: Florida) where he buss present prohibition! bill to eliminatethe fly :Mr. (Green: House Bill :>:'0. 303; : ternoon. I fifteen fonts What more cncouroi'o-/ "Yes." prompted Angela the usual

iici.eptcid' u position as telegraph four quart; of intoxicants that a To prevent the teaching' of the German : I I Percy Kelley: of New: River, was in went would a farmer want ? Got,ii gay thrill In her voice was lacking!
language: in the state of Flor dairy cows will do more to bring pro"-. "Girl I was eugne"cl to before I cam
operator. He leaves n host of f.jt'lJh, person is permitted! to have in his ) I our, town Saturday nftornoon.
tit Hampton who wish him success.Miss home, according to Senator John 1'. ida.--Committee on education. :Miss Victoria Douglass, Alachua, parity to the farmer than" anything i I lover hllll broken the thing, off" said

: :lId::"('II, of Throssa is visiting Stokes of I'ensacola, chairman of who has been visiting relatives and else. Hob. "Broken It niT rather definitely' ,
p Hy Mr. Crews, House[ Hill No. :.10.; : J. :M. Rogers Worthington, was for she has married my best friend
her sister the" senate" committee.The friends here, left Friday for her
t" / "Mrs. I I.. 1)I ). Ross; thin. temperance
To amend section one of Chapter horn(. transacting business! here last wook.Mr. i Borne minor affliction made him ez-
week original, bill, which was passed in '
'' I the extra "session. was amended, by 711,:I:.J!!> of the Acts of, 1)17!) being; an act Miss AVilliamae Nabb who has been : . and Mrs T. A. Dukes and child- 'emit from nervlre. It will all be more
e prohibiting.. of public roads of den visited relatives Duke Sun 1 -believable-after a time I
use near ,
in Jacksonville. suppose.
'I M-\\:: -IK.UN mmu.i: :. Senator Mac Willinms to permit the visiting returned
t i
i four quarts so that if a person had this state for traffic! of an unusual or homo Saturday afternoon.Mrs. day. The dimoult\ thing now acorns to be to
destructive l.harud'r.-Cornmilh'e on I : M pinhedster. who has been Quite a crowd from here attended I get used to the Idea.
New scheduletakes c-lfe-ct 12:01: that much on hand on January 1 he at
public roads and I highways.Hy I I the funeral of G. F. :McLood, near "She's been Jollying me along all the
n. m. Sunday April l.ttli.: I'.ll'J, and I would! not have destroy or consumeIt the bedside" of her sister, who lives in
1 : Lulu, Wednesday.Miss time you ee, with letter.-th kind of
trains will run as follows : immediately. The temperance prohowcv..r Georgia, returned home Monday her .
No.1, Jacksonville to Tltlll- ple claim now that sufficient :'11'. Green, House Hill No. 2!>f: sister! being much better. : Annie Howard. returned to letters a girl writes! when you're the :

I'll 12:25: A. M. time has elapsed for the dispositionof ) Tn fix the legal'( rate on interest in the Mr. and :Mrs. E. M. Hazen spent school Monday at Lake Butler, after |only one. And Jim, well, he hasn't let

No. Tampa to Jacksonville that four quarts per family. It is state of Florida.-CommiU..e" on judi- Sunday here with :Mr. and Mrs T. C. spending the wek-end with her par- I ja lifelong friendship deter him from
r "C. using the advantage of absence.It's .
ciary ,
I batten ents. my
said of that |
sl f.aA.: : M. the presence provision on
No. 8:i, Jacksonville to TarnP the books encourages law violations.A . Inez Abernathy spent Saturday in Elder J. R. and :Messrs. :M. A. and l I( sort of a double blow. When the
' By Mr. Crews, House Bill No. 300: Alachua.. S. M. Dukes attended church at Swift tint shock wears ol.'ri =
i 12:35::\ A. M. To amend! section 8, of chapter 7338, Creek Sunday I{i "Why, you; must not take our woes
j No. I, Tampa to Jacksonville bill has been prepared and will Chester Andrew of New RlvC'r.sp'nt I i
Acts of 1917. An act authorizing counties ] "
Sunday afternoon in our town. E. I,. Rogers was a business visitor |I eo to heart he said. "You are as
:8irt:! A. M. be in few days repealingthe
proponed a
exercise the of eninent
to right white "
here Tuesday. I aa psper. I'm sorry I told
1 you.
No. 15, Jacksonville to TtunP" Harley Ha/en accompanied by
present law and permitmg womento domain, to acquire property for cer- I visiting I "I'M not" Angela replied. "A
: :Miss Annie McLood was girl
i :a::27 A. M. wear men's clothes from and after sister Mrs. Alvin :McKinney and I
tain purposes prescribing the proceoelure relatives at High Springs last week. |las faithless as that Is not worth-
I No. Misses Ohm and TIU'lmaVar.1
Ifi, Tampa" to Jackson- the ratification by the people of the spent I|
in such actions and providing
; Charles of Jacksonville even remembering./ >o know what
Monday afternoon fishing at New Floyd was you
I'a liOI': :\ M. woman suffrage amendment to, beconstitution. '
for the of "
acquired.
payment property I am going to do? her
, No. Velar, River visiting here Sunday. I eyes; challenged
:20, ( Key: to Jacksonville The amendment ha not
.: Committee on judiciary "A"By Mrs. \\'. A. Dukes returned horn him-"I'm going to try to help you forget -
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.-t., '. I K'i) : !II) A.1.: been submitted by the senate but has :Mrs J. F. Clomonn and daughter ."
?. No :21! I, Jacksonville- Cedar, been successful i the house of tine Hill were in town Thursday Sunday, after spending a week with I I tier
in :Mr. Green, House Bill No. 117:
r ; Key: i.ti; ): P. :M. afternoon. relatives at Lake Butler.Mrs..1. With her audnclotis little laugh/; the
.'. i c: + tDfkl' andnnnce llrunrh I Relating to requisitions for salary o fall Aunt Tiercy Roberts is visiting I : ( S. Howard and children ,pretty color came flooding back to herjcbeeks.
"IHllorld..I.K: bill officers and employes.. of the state-
| to refund to .
l 1" '. No 101.) Leaves Starko 7:15; : I;; A. M.i education relatives hero this week. \'isile.1Ir.: and Mrs. H. S. Long :Monday .
owners of automobiles with seating government. Committee on
r ",I No. 1W() Arrives Starke. ":: ::15 1'. :M. :Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Sowell anilchildren I "You roust come here us often as
i: capacities not exceeding five persons! I of Cootor Pond were in ourburg :Mr.. anti :Mrs. George Thomas! and you can. All my amusing Incidents
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- all license taxes colcctcd. l by the By :Mr.. Andrews, Senate Bill No.ITS : I
Sunday. afternoon.Mr. children, visited relatives' at :Midway shall save for your entertainment
comptroller for I'.MH in excess of five ; : : For the eligibility of state and II
I : Fred 1 Hnren has accepted\ Sunday will have songs In our !spare mo
I .l lliirfor. the full and! $:!.50 for county superintendents. Committeeon
year position as chief freight agent nt I :'1. A. Dukes enjoyed two dnvs fish- wants. we will all be cheerful. We
'he half the senate education.
a femembec year passed last bringing in 'must not let the of
Perry. week '( a nice- mess offish memory one fool-
and I if now on its to the house.The I
way Arthur Edwards, of Old Bradford. I each day I lab, ftelflnh. sorrow interfere with our
(bill instructs and authorizes the By Mr: Andrews. Senate Bill No.
was transacting business in our town 'eI great present. For It Is great 1" In-
'I I state comptroller to return some5-:{ 17t>: Relating to the assessment and I
collection of Committee. Satnr, nv morning. I :i sifted Angela.
000 collected by his department under revenue on ,
its Ony'rrri'ius n. W. flaxen and dautrhter. Eunice "You and I and the rest of us hereare
a misinterpretation of the law in 1917.I I finance and taxation.
''
motored to New River :Monday morn making history Hob--world his
""" """" "" """" tory. ,
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I in1?

LENDING! announced. (inters u year ago. ?Ir.. :At. P. :Matthews spent Thursday .Denttilfcthe 1 1I "Your Inspiration has got me" h..

in'' Alnchua shipping said, and laughed. It was a shaky
Consumption during :Mach last yearn Cotton spimllers active duringMarch
J. C Cone last week Law 'laugh, but one devoid of bitterness.
.\ ;,71.11\: bales of lint and IO'.V.Jti7: : numh'T"112.6! ( 12.7 compared spent in
,'Imh'rs.I with ::1:1.7HI'6: ;>! ;* in March last year. tov. When Hob Arsdule" bad gone the
Messrs. Bethel. Colson. Rot Godwin secretary came over to her helper.
Cotton on hand March :21, in ronuming Imports amounted, to 13.5iU: bales, clear "
and Lester PinhoMer of Pine HillwcTt "My she warned "you do not
: filVFV: OV fON-'I'MP. establishments was lJ 111/iil7( : / compared with 1 l.2il! in :March last realize
visitors in town own
Sundaymorning. your
our Captivating qualities.
Ti"'; OF rorrov TOR MARCH. ; ''inles of lint and 277,378 of linters year. I
That big fellow will fall In love with
i ompared with t.7n.Itot:! :! \ lint andi Exports: amounted to SOI.21S 1 bal, :Mr. and! :Mrs p. ,v. tIn '.01 and on I i :you if you don't take care.\ "
Washington, April :W."oun"ump.tion I l..Tiitii: of linters and in
i a year ago including 1 271 bales of lintcrs !
comernrrl Fred, attended church at T itllo ROo'" The angel l smiled as she winked the
of cotton during! :March amounted -uldieHtornire and at compresses.I,3UTA:9 witK :KII.IWI; bales including1Brl7 Sunday tears from her lashes I
I to 4 :J.'j20 bales of lint and 10.1.r: i : :! bales of lint and! :!nll.1Iot:\ : ; bales of linters in :March last
Tlrn' Chastinn of Lnkc Butler wa "And It Just might be." she suggested !'
of Enters 1: the census bureau today linters compared with 1.250.051:\ : of year. I
in our town Friday morning I gently, "that I dual wish to-take

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MMrwfaJ Om. 7..,:.. 7sM.,, ... TI graph office. Your Pass Book
Trynu Ire ,.. c..Ir'! ..f T._ ---- --
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CuI.I.1>. E. Knight spent the first of I..

__ the week in Lake City: on professional
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bu-mess.
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ferry Dover left Friday for a ? 1''
tripto
i Men's Work Shirts, 79 cents' .
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Jacksonville. at Lieut and :Mrs. 11. C. Richard are ? l You will no longer need to lease! your I pass book (your receipt
.. Stump
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--- i spending the week at their cottage at for deposits) with day the list c.r f mould in
:.Spamnsh Peanut, UO day Velvet )Kingsley lake. | in a or more! at ( every t
1 lit un and 'hufas at .1. F. Kitkliter's. .MI--IS. \. II. Stoke t of Millor, and '
oidt-r find how ,lands IL
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lo out account !
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III. ._) your .
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i( 4.25.2tI' (II.i ( liiwfurd.: of I Ik..s.'r.. attending \ I.
:Miss Xelma Cuson, of Island Grove; ,
-- | t to liu-inc s in Sturke TUCMi
!1-''. :Mump' spent Tuesday in i day. I :Mrs spent J.the C. Poppell.week-end! with her (cousin : ..:.. [;y / l With the Uurrouith Uoo kl''pinRt.llhine.: which xvc have I j' 1 1s

I" ( ''I.IIIJ.I' 1'tirk on business. -- ----- i, !,.,: "" : \ put to work in our nccounlinx depaitmrnl, we will, have everydepositor's ,
"" Special sale on :Men and LadiesSpring ".1: ;, . w"5,,; ttyr .j.. ../I..
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:Mr. and Mrs. A. n. Williams .. 'i
returned : posted I late I all limes. .
Itrt' account In at I
'mi market, baskets t. ; up
fur sale Ca- : ;
i; at !Shoes' at Cash Depart Friday after u fow day'isit! .; :,.' ,
lllf.u'h. 1u
I' men) Store. I with friends! and relatives in Lake -'k .ha'r" .. I, k'.oA-33 A neatly printed, machine-figured statement d>f your checks and . II'I
City, Jacksonville and Atlantic : "J i
X .1/ I II. Hoach ';>'1' ;.' "
I;IL h'a: attending to busi- 1't ,
; and lie hnl.mcr of( will
W. : "in deposit, I your account come to you every
J. Jones \
IH 'in' 1!in ford Tuesday. and James Reynolds ; Corporal Willie Heiulry relumed: .
well known eiti/.ens of Graham, were home from 6 month with your canceled links.
Monday Franco mid i- noAnt
; :MaimMuck' : ) and Poultry Powders I transacting! business in Starke Wed'
the homo
of his
parents, :Mr. and!
, at Ki:, Mitcr'b 5-2--1. nesday. ____. _ J j Mrs. Jack Howe. Relatives und friends The Depositor Your pass bonk will show only the amount deposited.+ s{
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Pelt( ; Hii/.en. of Drooker.'a... busiiH are glad indeed to see him home again. "l-inc! This statement hinted! to me .
a Bleaching one yard wide l 18i i
And it f you ever want n statement.( your account in n I hurry
VIM.tor. l to Sturke Friday. cents yard at Stump's. :l1t.s.V.. :M. Tyson and children, of uilli I my cancelled I checks I once a month I .11 ..
'..- -- -.- --.-- Oculu, and :Miss :Martha TY"OIl11': I. we can give it lo you with every check and deposit listed! right up .
Sic I '..11't''I' I '' 1 Irlli J just how my account I I I 31\J 1 say I '
Skinner's :Macaroni
and :S;|';>'.'lH'Hi- the best made. I :III'". W. J. Grunt, of St. Augustine/ of Addison Gainesville pound, and son,, Addison! Jr., this in i bail service. It liis the paw to date, inside of five minute :
I home after a visit with were "i.iting11'15.: G. ,
l I her parents. Dr. and :MrsJ., (). C. Sweat the past week. i lunik [bent a mill." Iliis monthly Statement' System is an improvement in our ser \ I ;
\hs..L( :M. :Mitchell, visited friendi! I i I -------..-...- I
in .tai/ ,-Ik "11\',lie during the week. llayncs. .Percale! 15 cents a y;rd nt I vice lo you that. we are sure will earn your approval. It i is I less ;-,

i Men's i riinamn; Hats from 95 cents Bleaching 17 1-2 cents yardat Sternberg's. burdensome quicker, more accurate, and far more satisfactory to

i up at Ciish Department :Store.MaUer Sternberg's.Mr. ------- .. -- everyone concerned than the old method of calling in and! bnl.inc- i f
I J.V.. Scott u'nl family' of \Viildo.have 1.

J Dun )Hoover has returned I and Mrs. John Capo, of .1 1 icksonvillo moved I t... :-;tlll'kl'1,1 .fYo living !ng!:!: pass hooks. 4

from n visit with friends in Arcidia. were guests of friends anil, rein- on a farm northeast! of town Several ..j :
I lives i in Starke Saturday night uud children from the Scott family have ;

f li Florida and Spanish seed peanuts; Sunday. | entered the Bradford County High; '
!! t seed pen of all kinds at Kickliter's School. :
i BANK of STARKE

((1'' 5-2-2t. Who started the use of Sweet !! :Mrs. A. Price I..ftIonhl: for ., ;

:Senator A. X. Adkins was in Jacksonville Rose Flour? See Canova first. Kingston Pa., where she will spend a

j'' Wednesday on legal business. Prices and quality guaranteed.Judge I the summer with her son. :Mrs. Price's 1 ?

---.---- grand-on, Starr Price, is expectedto \ 111't '

r Trunks at cost at Sternberg'sDr. Gardiner, 'issued I a mariruge ,, return home from France sometime
license Thursday to Mr. Calvin GrittU ,I tills week, and she wished! to h( 'I, I t

\V. Middleton: of Hampton, and :Miss! Kuby Thornton, residents, of there to greet him. J
lrIi.
f'+ was attending to business in Starke the Sapp station section. 'I I

L Tuesday. -- ---- W. L. Douglass Shoes are

Special price on Men's Clothing good shoes. Get them at Stern- Non".1//.1 ;
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I Men's $2.00 Value Shirts going at overalls, etc. Also Ladies! berg's. We especially ;invite;' checking; accounts.'

i:+ $1.29. Cash Department Store. Garments, Ginghams, and Dress I too large for our facilities and none too small to have ''. i t t

I I). Boree, of Jacksonville, was a Goods. Cash Department Store Canova Bells Cartwheels and Moonshine our careful( I attention. ,d i

".. business visitor to Starke Wednesday -wait a moment; don't rush. President"Yes l'
I and Thursday. Master Mechanic J. R. Delk, of the They're only the names of two fancy The small depositor need have no hesitancy in startmonthly "
Atlantic Coast Line in crackers made by the National Biscuit Sirl Sending out depositors I
t shops Way- I ing an account wh; I us. All are welcome I to make use '
I Sheets, size 72x90, special, cross, Ga., spent Sunday in Starke Company lie has twenty varie I ) statements instead 1 ol( I balancing ... .tY
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i\\ 75 cents at Stump's. with friends.Supt. E. R. Poppell and other ties-the freshest in town. I II I pass book is one of( .the best l movrs this o f our (kc.lit.es. 'In many cases we have helped smallbank

made" depositors into large ones.Tie .
ever grow I Ii
I Last Saturday the veterans of J. J.
D. D. Kidby. of Highland, attended
the meeting of Oddfellows in Starke Men's monkey skin work Dickinson Camp were entertainedat :
a complimtary dinner, at the Bradford
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Tuesday night. shoes special at 1.89. atStump's.
(House, by the U. I II.) C. This pop

ular house provided a fine dinner, and
, Fine line Men's !Suits': $9.98 up at '
the veterans were enterhtinecl; for tho'

,0' Ca-h _Department_ __Store______ Mr. and :Mrs. IJ. :M. Howling. W. II. I Chapter )by :Mesdames: IS.:A.: 'Weeks; i f

Mrs p Wimherly' and Miss: Ethel Howling, \V.(1.: Hodges and family and L. A. Davis.We Dukes. F.'a.! I

Ricks, i r Highland, wren shopping in spent Tuesday on New River fishing. u 4.\t: :\ ,
Stark. Tuesday. They ;Enjoyed a fine fish, fry having arc selling our Millinery _ _ _ _ _-.' -- -. .. INSURE WIT ';

.... caught/ over a hundred fish. I at Special Prices. See I KOI! :SALK; : Inuit<1 youiiK gentle horse
------- us be-
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WILSON
-- -- urns harnrss and buggy) lit II bariram JOS- E
Men's Dress Shirts 75 cents
| fore you buy. Stump's.j '
at Stump's. Work Shirts. 75 cents at'Stcrnberrj's. ------ ,.:!,tf. N. Wuinwriifht, Starke. STARKE, FLORIDA ;, j

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- --- --- j I H. I II.) ( .h..tt, county "su- GENERAL INSURANCE
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.' F.:. P. human ..Miami: spent Saturday oo I permtendeiit of schools !St. Johns Fill||: SALK:.-Plunu. Write .I. U.: Hnl1 -
in Stm-k", shakinv hands; with :Mrs. Albert Henderson! of ,Albany county, and ,\. W. Corbett, chairman! 1 .'aIi, (Quaker Street Sehi'iic-etad! ; FIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILEGet
old acquaintances. (;In., who has been the charming hoard of county commissioners, of St. || I'niinty, N. V., or inquire i Corm:: f

-.....-_-- - juc.--t of :'III'''. .1. P. Tiimlin.-on !left Augustine, were in Stnrke Wedneday --- (i I''ell., Starke. .1-1 M-tr
ll'IF..1t hats! $1.00 value-for thil''k for Lake Butler where she irmMs of Snit and l Mrs. K.; H.l ,,' -- .--- -

$2.19! at Cah I Department I t !Store. will visit. her mother before returning ,', f'oppelI..L: I'. A.V.. Corbett was elected |' LOST) -_.Fur neck piece, very dark r------, '- -- -_-
I( president, of the commis- I'I brown fox.LibernI reward to finder
nome county
if returned! I'radford: Srcotida' reliable .''ral..,. I handle the,
II. F. Priii>, naval stores operator at l sioners association, at Tallahassee/ re- I to 'ounty your from n CUirulyeor !brantla30x3

Graham was a business! visitor to Ginghams special Saturday II!I I cently. I i Telegraph office 21252tFn1' :!; : 1-2 non-akiluor"MUI $2O Tirr, will Li ..,1,1 SA') UIHIA anti MONDAY ] :d
for $16.50.'
Starke Wednesday. and 12 cents at I -- --- II
Monday, I'I A very pretty I lino! of Cotton SALK-Two or throe fine mil'-" R. BURROWS, The Tire Man 1 ,

You will always find plenty! Stump's. Crepe suitable* frr K'mona.' cows, Rood stock; one goad mule' I

of "Specials" at Stump's.Don team; one wagon; all II':: bargain i
. .. ;Mils, Jennie Crane, of Grove Park ,, and Underwear, 25 cents yard prices. Sec .1. II. U'illi.inn, Starkr, i
- - --- inLee.sbunr .spent Saturday and Sunday with ;Mi". M Stump's. ,Ha., -1-1 l-tf. nut Cor every Inn( ( me unlit for food by MirillODIST.Anrioiincvnient: i"

Peabody "spent the week-end . __ ____ I II -
I with his family who is'' A. Price :Miss Crane formerly -- - - the timethey reach the consumer, and 4
/I visiting relatives there ;' taught in the Stnrke ,school, and l her I i lIlt SALK:-10 ncre farm under wi rot '' annual State loss of over $ ( fur Sunday services r
ti old friends and pupil were' glad to .CLASSIFIED. fence. Jfl '- This loss is patriotism
* Men's: Palm;; Bench Pat the best see her aiain. imrth of Sturkc; fair buildings/ ; I II.WO. poor Sunday. school, 10:15: A. :M. L. A. tl.

-going from $1.98 up. Regular $5.001values I ADVERTISINGONE $ Address, A. (G. Green, Box I I be prevented.Five I I Davis' Superintendent.Mr. .
Prices on our (Groceries are I 81. 4.1 ltf.KOR II eggs/ out of every hundred arespoiled
and Cash
DepartmentStore.
up. ._ __ : Ralph Cooper, of Jacksonville, r
I down to the bottom-Price a few / by the rooster. He fertili/en "
( ENI A WORD FOH FUJI ISSI'E.CASH :. SALE-7CO; acres black sandy: will give mi address on tho Centen- I
-------- I IN ADVANCE the eggs/ "nil u f.rtileCi/ { spoils very t
staples and be con\'incl'd-Cash Advrrtiiirmrnta tn,.rt.d undrr thl. h..d loam, 4 miles east of Starke, onl) nary Sunday, 12 o'clock. .
Messrs. S. B. Woodard and son, H'I i Department Store. mimt b. paid in advane. No advvrttnrinvnl (;r'n Cove route. $10 per acreOwner /' quickly in hot weather. It takes ittemperature 'I
D. for an. Insertion aceapUd for Iran than 2$ Junior League, 4!II'. M.
of
May, Theressa, were among | "
o nU. J. T. Xanz*>bur>f, firannis; of around loa: decrees to
victors to Starke Saturday. Senior League/ K 1' M. "
Ark. 4-1-U. I IFOIlfi "
I hatch a chick from a fertile but
the home of Mr. egg/ /
night at
Thursday
I WANTED) Preaching by pastor !a P. M. The 11dlur..h
and :Mrs. J. T. Quigley, the Tiaraeaand u summer temperature' of only 70 to
New goods coming in every FOR SALK:-Five ; members
,I passenger are expected to attend l
Philathea classes! of thclfaptistChurch I ((10< decrees may start enough life ina ii; }
1U7! Ford touring the services.Th .
ear perfect me-
day at Stump's store.! delightful social WANTED-Pine logs, cypress logs; ;
enjoyed a /
I chanieal condition; has run only fertile >'itit to spoil it for food. nori-church '
enin Reorganization of the I all grades and sizes. Gregg Mfg foeri are cordially ,.
H. A. Shaver was in Starke Sunday Baraca e v class j?: Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 3284t. about 6,000( miles!; practically new | i hull the rooster be"allowed; to spoil invited to com and worship. with us.
was ,
afternoon stopping off beween trains | --effected.- tires nil around; $375:! cash. D. F. j $1,100,00 worth of Florida eggs this I J. C. DIOC.S, Pastor ''

while enroute to Jacksonville. ;i Nobby line of Men's Shirts at TAKEN:' UP-At my place south of Ilowcll, Alachua, Fla. It. II, Yl'ar--thi! year when farmers of the;'
Starke I I (JIJJmlOOalDmmmmmmmmmmmmmmcnmmn) ) )
Red Duroc sow, unmarked. !
: state are making effort for maximum
Yellow homespun 20 cents a Sternberg's.While Owner ran secure same by payingcost FOR S \LK: fI{ ItKNT: -40 acre farm. 'If'olu.tiun-yh.'n' every tin housewives - I.OWNr;(:' "S c< f ULLKU'SFrHfSH [ I Ii
t miles northwest of 8
Lnwtey
I of feed and advertising. II. Y. ; are making gigantic i-lforl, to I :
a i
i C'ANDIMSC'ornr :
yard at Stump's.Judge j acres, cultivated! over ) I0 '
last week, Cnpt. Brown. It. ; young :
I in town save and I help feed I the civilize. world, I
James Stockton of Jacksonville, was fruit frees. For sale or for Vent to Kspecially: when this loss ran be ll I To I I r l
.1. T. Wills. went to Tallahassee the truest of Col. and Mr1 A. 7. Ad- FOR SALE a family very cheap Enquire: of j .J 1 t
largely prevented by merely "separating W. A. IIESSCNTyt1JCMJOcCltJofn9Ga.iot
:Monday where he is acting as a'' kins. Col.! A. V. Loner and :Mr.\ R. A. Louis Hill or Peter Jorgensen, Law- the roosters from the laying hens !f .II' j,
member of the state supreme court. '| Weeks accompanied Captain Stockton FOIJ :SALE20; :! ) bu. Spanish Peanuts fey, Fla. fi-2-nt. t tIcOOSTKK during, the Hummer months. / ) ,4nltjucis, ,, ,
: $l.r,0 bu. II. S. :Miller .
Stockton to Jacksonville going/ byj .:._ Rooster: I Day in Florida is :May 1st. ,
Cut down your losses from diseasesee automobile. ': I : HAY-MAY 1 I. 1919.! !) The roosters are no longer needed for I
Cunova :Mansfield's :Magic Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day.Druul.11 __ I In..tl'r j
for -- - -- ----- the hatching season, hens will, lay \
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Hog ..Medicine, Horse, Cattle and WHY PAY :MORE Just a few, of, refund mon,, If PAlO OINTMENT fall I ay is H patriotic endeavor! just, as well with no mules in the. flock, 1\
to llrhlnA. Itlincl flirt
cure Illc-cdinit Prntruiiiait
Poultry Powders. They will do the our prices on Staple r.rMl'rleRIt', I I luvonlly rvlirvrii I Itching Pars' or, and yuu van pit to save for food thousands. of dollars! :valuable feed! will bo saved, and I If'' IS YOUR LIFEINSURED ::1 '1
mtlul ttiato after the Brut aicIutuo. fr\ue\ worth of Florida which
bas are or-
offers
work. 12c Heal 4'ic; Grist 4'/jf:
; ; Lard.// every rooster in disposed! of, infertile
best grade compound. 2.1c: ; dinarily an absolute. loss. It is a cam-
Hon. Fleming Bowden and wife, of Meat 25c. Our line of canned; Broods',' The Quinine That Dot Not Affect The HeldGxrauw i' paiirn; having thp"1iarkinT( and cooperation eggs will be produced.COFFINS ? :;

Jacksonville, were guests Sunday at era the fr<>.he..f and cheapest in IIn.1, I UROMO of It*QLIMNK tonic. and(larval Imnrlvo eon rltft.1...LAX I.-n AT1VE r>f the United States DPp ,== '" 'p

the home of Mr. and Mr?. :M.1. Johns. CASH! DEPARTMENT: STORE. I II In bf thliuad..nyunawnhnuteawinq' n.rvouinrM or rlnnintf :, rtment of Agriculture, the Exten- CASKETS I REPRESENT THE: ( 1i
E.W.CKOVLS
lUuacurr on t.a uOrovo's > < sion Division of the State University -

I I : the State College for Women, and the And a full line of I II MUTUAL LIFE INS. \11 I'11co.

Tasteless chill Tonic lending poultry interests in the State, Undertakers' Supplies \

GEORGE'S MARKET pftrFull remotes vitality' anti rnertl by fmltytat and enrlrhthgthabhssl ini lulling poultry producers as wellus Automobile hearse.Always Ii OF N. Y., THE 1
% 4 I \ Y..n. ..nn6elluStteoeth"ring \ poultry b'IYl'rl.I'lori.n .
\ Iavl4urainn I' Price hand. The best I
not.
{ on vr OLDEST COMPANYIN
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I I poultry producers" are largely I
line of Fresh Meats all times. Hams, Sausage. '- \ the farmer families of the State vice at the lowest price! Sp r THE: U. S. 'f '
Sirloin Ib. 30c. Rib Loin" 25c. I nnd 'under normal conditions they will i attention to telegraph orders
per .___ ...___ I ,
Contracting
Tenderloin 3Oc. Brisket Stew 17 1-2e. Building n.urk'-t annually around 114.WO.fJlIO: ( ,

Round Steak 30c. Best Roast" 2Sc. Repairing dozen etrtrs. Under the conditions of J Jareifv Registered Emhalmer 1 I JOS. E. WILSON
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and l high prices" of feud. every -
Chuck Steak 20c. Rib Stew" It e. Quigley Lnmber & Supply Co. I JONES
DeWITT
one of these $Hkr..Oj: : :, worth of eggs I I"li'iuld I

Full Weight Guaranteed Prompt Delivery "Eatimate Cheerfully Given" '' be Knixl but they are not I II Starke, Fla. t

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I PAGE :SIX I5RADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAM. STARKE. FLORIDA Friday May! 2, 1919.

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. . . . . . . . 'lessly! crippled for .ifa. or perhaps 1-The right of the worker to be CAN BE CONVERTED: INTO r. 1

4) ik dead. I I I protected from accident, I ='OTESHICII ARE: FREE

COUNTY AGENTS' REI'OiCTS .*. For a period of twenty years there Dangerous types of employ FROM ALL SURTAXES. BOOST your Home State by sending jI I

$ <* "were thirty-eight thousand boys and ment I -
,k' 4,4..4444444444494 girls under eighteen years of age who :;Purpose of factory inspectionby ''I Lion II. Barnett, president of the I

i io.t their lives walking on railroad State and City, Barnett !National: Dank of Jackson Mail orders to a Florida HouseOur

TUB MINCH: 1'11m THE .\ : tracks, hopping on and off trains, etc., Safeguards on machines and ville, predicts that the people will sub- your

PEA.: in this country. Adding to this the dangerous places 'scribe liberally to the Victory Loan
Inns of life on account of other accidents :Foolishness of taking unnecessary for two reasons. The first reason he Service has given us National prominenceOUR

;' Much has been said and written in makes the total enormous. I risk(. gives is patriotism. He believes that

t regards to the value of velvet beans, With the hope of obtaining your cooperation Consideration for others the people will take a pride in paying

,I peanuts sofa beans and other forage in our effort to prevent accidents I workers. off the war debt. His second reason .

crops but there in one valuable legume among our children! may we : :Seventh fradSafe Living Condi i 11 that the notes are !such a good investment FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY

\ crop which grows luxuriantly in this present for your careful considerationa tions. that the general public will

. ; part of Florida and about which very course of study in accident prevention -I Slogan:-To be published. be anxious to invest. Mr. Barnett Everything in BOOKS

I little in mentioned. This iM the pea I suggesting that it be given all 1-Duties of the Fire Marshal predicts that these notes will sell LEADING

I which is known as the konch pea and possible I publicity and that the course! II' 2-The Building( Codes of residences. above par within one year He con Office Outfitters

j also! an the Acre pea. Ibe I the subject of study and discussion cludes his letter with the question, Complete

f This pea is one of the best peas for 1, in the schools, in the newspup-. 3--Discuss the essential elements "What more could be desired ?" LINES Goods '

\ table use writer has ever seen. It is 1! pees, magazines and in the home. of Safety in; Mr. Barnett's letter to Lee Guest, Toys and Athletic

i a prolific hearer, it will grow luxuriantly Course Of !Study Accident i'reven- A single dwelling; Zone Publicity Chairman for the Materials
1 Ii"" in the corn field and will not I tion. A two-family apartment; Victory Loan, is as follows: \ Artists, Surveyors and Draftmen's

climb the corn and pull ,it down as I' First Grade-The Home. I A tenament house. Lee Guest Esq., Zone Publicity

i. does the velvet bean. It matures earlier Slogan :-"Better be Safe than Sorry" Eight Grade-Economic less Through Chairman KODACS, Photographic Supplies
than the velvet bean and both the Accidents. Jacksonville Fla.

; : peas and hte forage IH much more relished I' -How Put I may help playthings, I Slogan:-To be supplied. Dear Sir-: Thermos Bottles, Safety Razors
' a- away ;
: f' : \ by hogs than are the velvet I Straighten Discuss with the class the great The Victory Liberty Loan can not
rugs;
f. I beans. It will, grow on poorer land c-keep halls and stairways economic loss involved when society fail to be a success for two reasons: i We carry complete stock in all our lines
Konch loses the life production of some boyor
) than the velvet bean peas clear First as a patriotic measure the

I I I makes a gocnj( companion) crop with -Put sand; or ashes on icy walks.2lJanl'eruus girl who has been killed by an ac- citizens of our country will not fail Printers Lithographers, Engravers
I '., Planted at same cident. ,
corn and peanut playthings, to furnish the funds to discharge the
j ;. time or at second cultivation Many a-I'Jlnte,1( scissors, knives, toy What it means to the family when debts incurred in prosecuting the war Leaf
the father the earner is killed Manufacturers of Loose System
wage(
farmers have reported to me that they
home
I! r t pistols snowballs firecrackers. and to bring our men now oVer-
or incapacitated' by accident.
could) observe the < il improvement
< : seas.
;Dangerous places to play,
h The economic value of an arm or an
'. resulting) from growing Konch peas! I a-!Neur: lakes river or canal. I Second as an i investment, this issue
noticed that it to be eye Discuss in a general way TN N. W B.STATIONERYBOOnANO .
and they have a ,
b-Fences, ;porch rails, banisters! bears 4 3-4 per cent interest matures -
I ..' greater ,soil improver than the velvet c--High windows and treesi Employers' Liability' Laws in four years and is exchangeable ; O
field in the j Wo r k i n g m ans Compensation!
think
j )bean. I
II ; every corn .i-Caution against, into H-J-1! per cent interest bearing :i
j, county which is' not now accompanied .Scalding I liquids, Actlccldent-!, notes free from all surtaxes.! The -

;vj 1 r by velvet beans. hhould have konch 'i-Tatting( of unknown things- .\ Insurance. First issue of Liberty Bonds is free I ART STORE.

t'' peas! planted in the corn row at the rnedicirieH plants, InUL'\TI: ):'oiSS TO AMUSEMENT from surtax and bears a 1-2 per I I -

"I'' r I next cultivation. It in also a good !{-Teach the "Poison" label, T.XESIn: NAMED cent.lt is now selling( at above 99. I II 43-49 W. St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.
is Bay
where the
seed to plant corn a poor 4-Animal bites and kicks, I The new issue at 4 3-4 per cent '

stand. It Meldom" pays to replant corn :Interfering with gas fixtures Products of Drug. Stores Will Have should therefore, be worth par or bet-
.1 l but it always pays to plant konch peas! .
I stoves lamps etc. 1 Cent Added To Each 25: Cents ter. The converted First and Second
in the places where the corn failed to Second (Grade Common: School Accident Issues and the Third and Fourth Issues -

; j come up. My observation has been all bear interest
4 1-4 cent
''I that is more resistant to attacks of Washington April 30.-Regulations per I cause more or less interest throughoutthe at large shall be possessor of college
"You have takea and that nets
r, Slogan:- no right to collections of the tax are selling at a price
:,; r the root-knot than most of the cow governing on state. One provides that every degrees. At present none of
chance, some one else may admissions soon to be issued by the the investor about 4 3-4 per cent. The I i
peas. Every farmer in Bradford have to take the consequences." general opinion is that these issues candidate for state superintendent and the members shall reside in a county
bureau of internal define the :
County should' plant! all the konch Responsibility for the care of four classes which revenue are exempt, from will gradually increase in value The [ every candidate for county superintendent in which is located one of the institutions 'p
he possible can and then plant of public instruction shall exhibit -
peas younger children Victory Loan should therefore, not I
the tax when admitted free at places under the supervision of the
the missing places of his other crops I to the secretary of state in one
sell
2-The danger of riding a bicycleor fall below par and will probably
in konch peas.! Plant plenty of konch of amusements. They are children under case and to the clerk of the court in board.
of roller skating near school, of bonafide at a premiun within a year. As and|
t for the hogs. I'lant konch peas 12 years age employesof the other a diploma showing that
peas ,
3-The danger of pushing shoving investment therefore this issue bears i *
for the table use, plant konch peas or tripping others, the places of amusements, muncipal a greater rate of interest than that such candidate is a graduate from I ,,'

for the soil improvement. 4-Danger of throwing snowballs officers on official business, and sold- paid by the Saving Banks in all some reputable literary college auth-

'n' O. W. CASWELl, stones or other things, hers or sailors in uniform, all other probability will increase in value and orized to confer degrees and no commission IIIVI* StEARLY

1 County Agent : : persons are subject to the tax whichis be converted into cash to such office/ shall be i issuedto
Neccessity! for order in fire can quickly
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1 cent for each 10 cent or fraction t tI
--- who is not a graduate The
drills when neld"tI.Vhat be desired anyone
more can -
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PLANTING: ; TEXAS SKKIIEIIHON : ItlllI 0-Care for ourselves and for thereof of the price of admission.If measure provides! a penalty.The '
I : TANK.: : a theatre sells to a soldier or sail- I
others sired..! other bill adds two members to
in games and at periodsof
or u $2 ticket for $l, the tax is. 10 I
relaxation Respectfully, the board of control and provides that II
cents on $1, not 20 cents on the I
Cuswell in regular
County Agent was! I Third Grade: -Street Accidents HION: H. BARNETT!: they be graduates from any literary
Water Oak vicinity lust! :Monday and I Slogan:-" Folks who have no wings price. Admissions by pass entitlesthe President.SfPEKIN'TENDENTS college of good and regular standing 1 For the Relief of Rheumatic Pains
called at the farm of :Mr. Drew ({(.d. must use their wits" holder to a $1 seat, he must pay It also provides that a member of the I
I
dish He found, thllt11': Kuildish 1-Traffic- Officer 10 cents. The drumtic critic who occupies :; : ) : OP Pfltl.ICINSTRt'CTION board of control must have resided in 1 When you have stiffness and soreness -

lust season I tried for the first time a 'i-How! street accidents! may be a $2 orchesta 'hair must pay't : MIST IIVK the state ten years prior to his, ap- I of the muscles\ aching joints and

patch of Texas Seeded! ribbon cane and I'' avoided, :20!f cents. COLLEGE: DEGREE: : HERE pointment. One member must come find" it difficult to move without pain
is HO well pleased' with it that he is Product of the shelf will:! .
!J-Pluy in yard or playground, druggist's AFTER.Tullnrm f>"m' East Florida one from West try managing the affected/ parts
planting several acres this year and .1-ln 1 passing )behind, a moving go up in price one cent on each 25cents : 1 I. I''oiiclii." one from South Florida, one I' with Chamberlain'Liniment It will

has furnished Heed. fur a number of his I vehicle always look to see what of cost :May 1 us: a result of the .?*>. Apr !I..t.t Two bill from, middle Florida one from middlenth ri'lii'vithe. pain and make. rest and

F neighbors) :Mr. Reddish: nays that he is corning, I imposition on that day of the nex tax introduced bv Senator, Andnwvill, Florida) and two from tin itnte sleep pi-iiblr--ads, (
fed all the stock his farm with it
on Look both before The internal revenue today reminded
>- crossing
... )last including the hugs and the ways .
year that this levy will be made by the use
the street' -. . , ,. .... .. ... .
t work stork and was well I pleased/ with (>--When crossing the street look of revenue stamps to bo affixed: 1 by the .t'V"'W..1''U .t: :>:> _- ,. t'" .

the results. lie says hiM mules fattened I first to the left and then to retailers of perfumes, essences, extracts -
', on Ibis. green forage ,md, at the the right.7Why !, toliet waters, cometics, petroleum '- -

mime time were doing heavy work in is there n city ordinance jellies, hair oils, pomades,
t the lie-til. After feeding the stock hair restoratives hair dyes tooth and[
:fi against playing bull or snowballing
1 nil summer on this name cane, h" made' mouth washes tooth pastes aromtil'
in the street ?
, I' over a hunderd! cans of good syrup 8.-Notify the Superintendent of cachous, toilet powders other than 1,300 Government

'ap,/: I! from what was Lft.i streets if you find dead I soap powders "and other similar substances .
t :Mr. Caswell: says this Texas Seeded. and preparations."
branches or hanging limbs in
: ribbon cane is one of the best forage
trees, A like tax is imposed on propriu-
I that be the farmsin I
I' : crops can planted on n-Nv'r touch a wire that is iiry medicines, "as to which the manufacturer
Hradford but !
County unfortunatelyis swinging or on the ground., In or .producer claims to have HORSES AND
I known by the wrong mane It I is! MULES
ruse you find one stand guard any private formula, secret or occult
[ not a ribbon cane at all. It is one of I
over it until Home one comes art for making or preparing the
i iI the sorghums which has long hornI '
Have thorn notify the wire de- .same.
:''I I t known to agriculturist ns the, sumachvariety.
partment of the Railway and
,1' If the farmers know
, really Light Company. Mr. Wisher Cured of Indigestion.
r what a valuable plant this sorghum U
Fourth .radl"-Strt-.t ('arcrldl'nt>4.
I here bo of it AT
would patch AUCTIONIf
a on every
.. farm in the Slogan:;"Get; the Safety Habit, "Some time in 1909 when I had an
r, County.. Practice it and preach it." Attack of indigestion and everything
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S 1-Things to be observed when looked gloomy to me, I received a
.SAFETY: FIRST 1 CAMPAIGN.: ;
using a street car, Free sample of Chamberlain's Tablets

r" 2-Always ride inside the car, by mail. I gave them a trial and
To the need fine and well-conditioned farm
parents; and draft stock this
a-Know the right way to get on they were such a help to me that I you ,

",.. 'i To; Railroad City and. Town Officials ! and off, bought a package and I can truthful. Is your opportunity to get bargains. These animals have been care-

-1-He cautious when crossing ly say that I have not had a similar
," To members of the :; Com opposite fully selected and
Safety by well fed.
government experts are
bound track from behinda attack since, writes Wm. B. Wisher ,
(Railroads car. Douglassville, Pa.-Adv.

; Fifth Grade; -Travel 1 Accidents. -
To the Superintendent.. of schools,
Sales At The
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Slogan:- top. Look Listen. Following Camps:
and Teachers; The essential part of the work of

I To the Editors: ; this grade shall he to educate the pupil r ,

; Safety )begins at home, what plans in the rules of the road. Have

1 have you made' or are making for children collect and make cautionary
It !
s the boy's future-the girl's? They signs and make practical use of the Helps +

'th& are your pride and. Joy. We know best of them. CAMP GORDON EMBARKATION
i you ,do not want thorn crippled! for lifer Railroad, wrecks-their cause There can be no doubt DEPOT

.> perhaps kilted."God's .!. and prevention I as to the merit of Cardul, I
k i
'y/ : will bo doi", .," some say lifter 2-Safety first campaigns of the the treatment woman's tonic of many, in

I the accident has occurod. This is transportation companies, troubles _peculiar to
I'. rJ true in the ruse of one's fighing to the H-Danger of standing) on the + women. The thousands + Atlanta, Ga. North Charleston, S. C.

r'' last man and gun in defense. of nut platform of a car or of letting of women who have been I

country and, in other conditions, whichwe any part of the body project helped by Cardui in the
might enumerate but this from car, past 40 years, is conclusive -

'' appeal has to do with the particular uselossacrifices - 4-The danger of grade crossings I good medicine proof that for women it i II a May 5 May 7

, that are. being, made' on the fi Traffic regulations, who suffer. It should ;
i '. alter of ignorance and carelessness.Thu A-Speed regulations. far automobile help you, too. "

and motor cycle, + + I ,
i ; nation had a largo casimlt
and 7K.'p on the right side of the TakeCARDUli 177 Artillery Horses 330 Cavalry 30
1 list and our buys girls are the street, Cavalry Horses 350 Artillery
ones wo have to took to fat the progress Horses
160 Draft Mules.
and dovoloMont| "'f oar ..nintry 8-Care when turning at sharpen Horses, 250 Draft Mules.

t taking the places of brothers and Misters rile rs.

I who guar tp their IIVM mi thl'Iml.ll..i.I.1 :Sixth; 9--Lights Grade; Industrial on vochivlos! Accidents.at night, For information write Lieut. L. L. For information write Major AI-

in the interest of usDoes i
+H"Kan-"An.1: the end that the boy Evans Q. M. C. Remount bert Kalb M.
C.
your: boy >v..llk! or play Q. Embarkation .
aroiiml the railroad trU'kM. jumpingon I shall grow up to enjoy his. manhood Depot No. 316
and the girl her woman- Camp Depot No. Charleston

and off 'rains, climl! ii.r over and The Woman's Tonic
hood; that parents. shall not bedeprived + - Gordon Atlanta Ga.
S. C.
u under them ? Do you roili/.o every ,
I
of the delihgt of their
time he does this he takes his life in Mrs. N. E. Varner ofllixson
children in youth or of thoiisupport
''j t his own hands, and that It is only a Tenn., writes:
1 when old
age comes; "
matter of time, perhaps, ; hours until 1 was passing throughthe
jy and that cripples and helpless
. My back and
1 they will bring him home to you hope. wrecks who might have been sides were terrible, and The. animala are .11 prime, fat and in good condition. They

4S Cut This Out And Take It With You.- strong men and women shal! + my. sullennjj I:can't tell indescribable. Just how all y fine farming stock. Safes will be held always at REMOUNT DEPOTS are exception rain

no longer be a by-product of and where 1 hurt, about hme-under coyer, if necessary, and to Highest Bidder. Lunch ground' or
all over I think . 1 on .
', A man often forgets the exact name our community.

of the article he wishes to purchase, _ n _ began Cardul less, and and I Ins my &*. TERMS: CASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK
pains crew: ,
and a* a last resort takes something Habitual' Constipation CuredIn until f was cured. I

else instead. That is always disappointing 14 to 21 Day remarkably strong for am a Sold! singly, *ba pairs, or car lot.> to wit Pur n"* -. Halter with each animal.

and unsatisfactory. The safeway LAX-POS WITH PEPSIN" a speciallypreparedsyrupToniclaxativeforhabitual- + woman 64 years of age. + Railroad Agent will be oa the grounds. Come! I*. last
I do all your and beat chance!
Is to cut this out ant.) take it with my) housework.

you so as to make sure of gettingChamberlain's should Constipation.be taken It regularly relieves for promptly 14 to 21 days but [I LT"d'4 today. 70 i

Tablets. You will find to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and :

nothing quite so satisfactory for constipation Relulatf'tl.'ery Pleasant to.TaJ""" 60c :

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My star-that turned to gold when my "He did his dutyl! And how I prayed

boy laid down his life to defend his God that he might be strong even

I mother, and all mothers. My golden star to the end." I

that my old eyes will always see shining Oh, Americans, make sure, by your :3 t. ,1

in God's sky. And always when I lift self-sacrifice, that that boy, and those : 1;

my face to ask the Heavenly Father for other thousands, shall not have died j I

, strength to bear my burden, I see my in vain. Do your duty, too, in anboy's il!

I face smiling back to me across overwhelming subscription to the Y i

Victory Liberty Loan.
the grave. .
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Victory Liberty Loan Committee '(

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C'"I IUUUFORU COUNTY TELEGIL\I'II. ST.IRKE. FLORIDA FnW.1'1.1' 2, 1919.
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.'Il{ . d -- -,uniluy.iJiwey. : turned homo; Sunday:, after spendingthe months it has been difficult to k""jup"

I luke visited, :Midway Sun- past wek at Leesburg the guestsof I with the! demand FARMER BROWN relatives. lug) il
lay..Mr.: I ;Mr. and Mrs --- --- -. ---
I Williams of Ciulfport, was a Last Saturday at noon
i' 1 business visitor here Friday. I W. A. Jones, Mr. und. Mrs! P. :M.] Mersey Jo'IUJ''oiJl'oiiLEItS:

f: County News Item i Goes a Visiting. : Willie Wilson of Pulutku came up .I. and children, ;Misses Viola Adkins, .
I, Sunday for his wife and children, who: > und, Eslelle! Woi'dard' enjoyed! a fish Just u LINE to tell you that if yi..j"
haw been spending some time with fry on Crystal! Like. want some REEL': good fishing tattle
'dine on, Samantha : 'I sTROLL down to our place and (CAST:
visitorsto
her mother, :Mrs. Amanda Gainey. II. D. ;May wa.-- among the!
i: IUrctin Facts Gathered During' the Week by Our I "Put on your old gray bonnet, )Dame Rumor says there i in soon to I the county seat Saturday. your winkers over our stock. If y.j,,'

f c Regular Correspondents. be some weddings, in I.'iveIile.! I'leuse! R. M. Mersey, was attending to could just get your HOOKS on one
r With the /flower on it"I'll
pretty or CARTER-HEP)).
divide-the take business in Ham) ton Thursday.The of our Tri-part
, .-," hitch up old Hast us and we'll go ;Mrs. B. F. Gainey returned Mon- I farmers If> this section are DON: reels once it wouldn't take sot
1"-- r- .1.1I i dny from a short visit with her busy with their crops. It is getting long to STRIKE;:)': your wife for a loan

LAWTEY.: I Ii-v.1! Alfred, Evenden! preached III down to Farmer Jones. parents :Mr. and Mrs.; Stokes, of very dry now and a ruin would bo of u few simeolons so's you could get

Saxton lust Sunday afternoon and Hello, Bill! We all thought we'd Starke.Mr appreciated on' Then there's! the Dowagic and
I will hold l his next service there the and Mrs. Gainey spent Sunday ;Miss Viola Adkins, was visitor to Jamison Baits. They're BASS getters<
> Griffis andf and have chat about the
Tuwtoy .Knucli come over a
May :
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: second Sunday in May with Mr. and ;Mrs. L. G. Johnson! Hampton Thursday and sure killers.
St.
Ju'kllon'illeIn.J
I 4? f family visited Monday.; --+ good roads proposition.Say William I'arrlsh visited relatives Mrs Mary (Holder, spent a few days The stuff here boys! and new tackle
f Augustine from Saturday CUAIIAM.; near Broker Sunday recently in Pulntka with relatives.; coming in all the time. We wouldn't<
visitor Bill farm is worth
business $1,000
my
A II HaiU-y wall a
(, L. S. Dekle and Jno. ;Molt were Saturday. night a large crowd of LURE you down here under false pre-
to DuPont Friday and Saturday.W. Mrs. Griffin and more now that this> roads bill has business visitors here last week. big little old und folks enjoyeda tenses.qi'lGLKY! .
r' w in Uul'ont this Graham, May :2.- I young
,.; t week.. M. Holding I daughter, Ethel! and Misses Maria passed.> We will not only have goodroads Messrs. H. C. Townsend and Mr.Feinberg I fish fry on Crystal lake I.tl'IBEUiUI'I'I.1'! : CO.
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returned to Jacknonville : Thomas of Starke, and :Myrtle Dyal, I motored over from Lake Uncle Jim King was visiting; here
Mr. A. J. Lowery 1 !> but better towns and better Butler to try their luck in Dekle's OltDKH FOR Pl'nurATION
. r I ) Saturday, after spending ''uf Jack..unvilleH'I'e visitors here a few days ago. In Circuit Court. SUH- of Florida, Eighth
I weeks hore with relatives.L. Monday, Mrs. Alvu Abernathy accompanied farms. I mill pond. Wednesday W. C. coughtthe I Albert Bristol of Jacksonville, was .Itifllrittl Circuit. Itrnilfnnl County. In rhnn-
\ about two most fish, but both enjoyed the e">1')'.
them home. visitor here few days recently.R. .
a
I \. LoadholtiE was called to Jackson- I Say, ain't Starke, pickin' up ? Better a ,1. .\. fiickn.CtimtilaiiiHnt..
teluphonu messagestutiiiK ;Mrs. George Stone: and daughter, I tripMrs. ;M. King of Jacksonville spent .
villa ;Monday by u
r stocks of goods> in every store and : Amanda, Thomas! left Saturdayfor the wek-ond. here and while here VH
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Mrs. Mrs. Will! Jones and grand daughter! ,
his daughter! \ nickd.
that n nil ,
.j i"i"t t Mott was badly injured in an auto ;MI.IM "Florence! Walker, left Mondayfor 'I( better quality also. Everything seemsto an extended visit with relatives in spent some of the time in fishing. IVIVndunt.It .
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!" I Sycamore (;a. I Bert Hagan who has employment nmwnrlnit, by .Itldntit. It npivmli-d. to ih
Baldwin and where will visitrelatives ,
Mustangs, they
mobile wreck between 'I Uill algid in the nliovu olll'd l CIUIRIthmt,
be the folks II. ) ;Malcolm and
brightening S. and
women Long I
up; sons
with the G. S. anti F. railroad attended .
I caused, by U runaway and friends for a few days. I Anna Ijicktt.th<* drfendnnt thrrcin tuna .1 iiI
Jacksonville
:Morris, motored over to Lake Butler fish I II nun.,.idnl: of the Stallof' Flnruln.. unit
I car running into them! at full speed. I'usco Weeks, one of Uncle Sam'sbuys are painting the inside if their homes, Sunday. fry Saturday night. that itht> nwiili'i. in or iunr flls .11 ii irnt ,in
Rev I,. A. pawls) of Lake Butler, i is here on a furlough visitinghis if don't I Several of the! Hampton's young the city uf Milwnuki-o' Slntn' of WiM'nmln.nvi .
the the
I even men paint out Mrs.! Aggie Purrish and daughter I .
fcf
; at the ,brother, Gifford Weeks men were in our little city Saturday >r tin its"' of tw 'itty-nnr yam.
<'. filled his regular appointment; side. Gertie! were quests of Mrs. :Norman-. I It i I. tlu'ivforf ordered.. that' enid nonnjMili'titcft "
r Lawtey Baptist Church Saturday and I.lttl.Iiltlred and! Johnnie Walker, night. 'I I .k! >." be nail iti I hi'rrhy rr'illirril, to appear.
I Did Purrish Saturday.D. I Sunday schol Sunday after- ,tn, the hill "f comi'lniiit nii-d in said cause on
J the
I Sunday. who have! 'been visiting their grandparents you see Fixull Varnish Stain I J. Illume, Anthony Johnson and every or before. Monday the 12nd day uf .J?uni, A. I>.
Mr. and ;Mrs 1'. 1.. IJinkins! and little I ;Mr. and ;Mrs. George Stone at le\\ITT JONES' HARDWARESTORE :Mr.s. :Mattie Dnuvdy, who have been noon at the Baptist Church at 3 1"11I.'' !) ntherulHe the alletrntioliii of said bill will
Jacksonville arc visiting o'clock. Let's all attend.St'1''I' I ln> 'taken UH contained. by aid defendantH
daughter of I fni the past three weeks! have returned ? I cm the sick list are much improved in further ordered. that thin order be nublinheil .
in I.awtey this week.M. their home in Hastings. _. .- - week for five >culive werkstn
f' relatives I to at this writing and I ; L. Smith came over from Jacksonville Che.sley r'ogg made a business trip Say, it's fine! You should see some BLITCH VISITS STARKE: the. Bradford County Teleicrnph a newspaper
they soon will be able to resume puliUnhrd in said county and fltato.
I und spent Saturday and Sunday I to Gainesville Tuesday., of it where they are using it on Floors their several vocations.Mrs. Thin May Int. 1U1W.

i with his family returning! to Jacksonville Bruce Warren, of Brooker, passed and Inside Finish. Jones Hardware : Jas. Whitehurst and children -Hon. J. S. Blitch superintendent of W Clerk T. WEEKS("',..,lIlt Court.

\, :, Sunday afternoon. looked through our burg Wednesday enrouteto Store has a fine assortment of different spent the week-end with Mrs Lena the State Farm at Rniford, was a business By. R. A. WEEKS. .
much needed and long SEAL Deputy Cleric.A.
The Waldo. colors. Drawdy visitor to Starke Wednesday Toa Z. ADKINS
N: for shed for the shelter of horses :Mabel Uyrd made! a business tripto reporter for the Telegraph Mr. Solicitor for Complainant. S-2-6t
t v. from the hot sun and rain is being Waldo Wednesday. Did you see the 1 gallon Auto Oil CROSBY LAKE. Blitch stated that the corn and other _.

i, i; erected this week by the town of Law-thu [Jr. W. E. Middleton, of Hampton, Cans for 1.10 He also has it in 5 crops! at the farm are starting off fine In Circuit ORDER Court FOR State PUBLICATION or Florid. Eighth.

t 7. Uy with a force of hand! under The was here Wednesday on business. gallons and in bulk. The best oil in Crosby Lake, May 2.-Frank Bry and that he is looking for a good year. Judicial Circuit. Bradford County, In Chan.eery. .
leadership! of A. M. Blanchard Mrs. A. Lane was in Gainesville Mr. Butch is generally looked on as an .
, t building off this shelter has been gait- Wednesday, on business. town. Auto Tires. for $15.50, $20.00 Bryant exceptionally fit man for the positionof Eva Thomaa.Complainant.. .

ted for several years by the farmers Dr. Thomas left Tuesday for Jacksonville and $21.00. Sunday. superintendent at the farm. On a LEon Thorn va.
j."' in the surrounding country within a where he will spend a few He has a good Canvas Collar for Miss Eva and LillielcRae: and ;Miss recent Sunday afternoon visit to the Defendant.*
11 t'' few miles of Lawtey, and the merchants. days on business. Evie Bryant were guests of :Mrs institution the writer noticed the entire It appearing by affidavit appended to the
$1.75; Sweat I'ads for 75 cents; Trace I bill Hied in the above stated cause that
> A. Lane is on the sick list this Stoho Sunday ufternon. absence of armed guards or otherevidence I Leon Thomas. the defendant. therein named la
1 : J. T. Reddish" son of Mr. and Mra week. We wish him a speedy Chains for $1.25; Screen Wire, all Those on the sick list this week are of intimidation, and the inmates a nnn-ifnident of the State of Florida and

. .w.' Jesse Reddish, returned home this recovery widths; all kinds! of Flow Extras-: ;Miss Louise Ardrey and, little Mildred all seemed to feel a personal I hot County he roitidiii of Itacon.In or and near tho State town of of Georgia.over Alma..

. I week having been mustered out a few II. E.: Lgcrgren, of Starke was Middle Busters. $2.00! Double Sweeps I McRae. responsibility in seeing that the honor I the axe of twenty-one yearn.

r :' days ago. lie only recently returned here Tuesday surveying out land. running 10 to 24 inches, GO cents to Malcolm Thornton, of Starke, was system instituted, by Mr. Blitch was ', defendant It ia therefore bo and ordered ia hereby that. required said, non to-rwidrnt appear
I from France. Frank Abernathy i is very ill at this visiting here Saturday and Sunday. in no wise abused." Saturday ni htroncel.tR I' to i the bill of complaint filed in paid cause on
.\ On Thursday of last week the Ladies wl'itinlV... hope him a speedy $1.05; Avery Points, 55 cents; Slides, I Mr. nnd ;Mrs. J. 1.. Stephens and and Sunday, afternoon baseball or I'.1'HI.before otherwise Monday the, the 1I1I""tl 2nd<.no day of of.June nut bill A.will D.
. Aid l of iruce :\l. K.: church was recovery. 85 cents; Frogs> $2.75. Brinley Points, little daughter, Josie motored to this are among the amusements permitted be taken an confeaaed. bv sold defendant.It ,

; ,, very graciously entertained nt the :Mr. and, Mrs. Hoy Roberts and little /hU cents; Slides, 75 cents; Scooters, I section Sunday Jifternon.H. by the superintendent. These in once further a week omk. >red for that(He thin rnno'eullw..k.order be nuhliahod -.

I homo of ;Mr. and. ;Mrs S. W. Leach,, !son, Roy Jr., were here! Saturday. 80( cents. I ;M. :McRae attended, prayer I Aversions make a hrenk in the monot- I in the llrndford County Teltirrnph. a ncwnpa
;Mrs. Leach having done iverythinKshe visiting the former's parents Mr. und meeting at Pine Level Sunday night. |I" 'lY of prison: life that i iq greatly ap- i per puhlirihed in said county and atnto
) could to make their afternoon un I And!, say, Jones Hardware Store has! I 'ireciatpil the ill II III t 1''', This May Int. lUi.!
Mrs. O. 11. I RobertsJoe 1 ;MrH. ;Mamie Lake was \'iltitingIr"; I W T WEEKS.
\ enjoyable, one. Me.( Kinney Monteocha was just. got in a big stock of Fruit Jars- : :McRae Sunday.THERESSA.. I - I R..1"'h.k| WEKKS.Diputy 1' rc'iit': ) (."curt.Dy. .

After the devotional m c e ti n gt ;a business visitor here Saturday.trip I Glass> Tops IlIdIetal; Tops-All SI7.1es. --.---- - thAI: I Clerk.
conducted a spirteil" business i- A. 1.. VDKIN.S.
been Gainesville .
had Saturday.
to : .
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little >-.hi it.tr for ComiilnmjtntOltDF.R 5.2-et.
meeting was held and quite a Roy Birt, of Louise, was here Saturday I .
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important business transacted.The evening on business.! I I1 Did you get ;Mary one of the! Dandy Theressa! :May '!.-Mrs.! S. B. \\'"".1- invest FOR PI'III.ICATION

ladies issued i a formal challengeto :Mrs Ethel Strickland und little I Oil Stoves ? I and and children returned, home flour, III ,t toot Court. Slate hf, hilts. Eighth
.lu.lui.il' Circuit." Hradfi.nlciry imty In Chan-
the men of the church to be the first -mi, R L. h Harrison are hero visitingher What! Supper ivudy ? No.; we'd )Louise Thursday where they spent a .
of the Aids (a :Men's Aid bus just parents ;Mr. and Mrs.; Hen Wilder, l few days with relatives. \\ i Y:' I'lHher,
been organized: ) to raise one hun for a few days. better! go home. Well, just us you II Quite a crowd of the young folks Intlio "m.I""I1', "

S dred dollars toward. the centemmry :Mr. and ;Mrs Joe (Green; of Lakeliutler uy! "here and from Hampton[ on.jo.vi-d a 11'a, C, Kixher.Mi .
movement the losing si.lo) to entertain the week-end here with Continued chicken pilau supper at There--n fc n.lnnlIt , ,
; spent ( : Week! ) I I) "I""ituiiMif' by nfTiilav,' nppcndtd to tn.I .
? the winning side in this contest :Mr. and. :Mrs. C. B Roberts ,.; Tuesday night.I. ,: 1 I > 'I in ,the above Mnt, ?cl eiiiiir that

This contest promises to b. one of ;Mi. H :Mabel( :\Idilll1l'Y.Irlt.: ;MytrloMiKinney GRIFFIN X. JOHNS) OI'KMNG: I W. Batten spent a few day recently \'i.a'' 't.! "r t,,1.I"li-hi-i in' .f, the tile State defendant. of 'Flor tin, rrn'I,.. nnd named.i hc.. '1
considerable interest and the outcomeis and Mrs." (ii.!d! Spnrkman of LARGE IJEI'ltnn'oil'ilUHI: : I: In Jacksonville, combining >. it t iisidtni of the State or \Floral, but con-
'. being looked, for. Louise were visitors here Saturday business! with pleasure.S. i ,i'-' I tnr-t-tf be ,HO that Mr"i-'H or xubjioena. .
I run nut reed upon her mar the aic
,, Mrs. [Leah later furnished her afternoon.Messrs. Two of Sturke's well known business H. Woodard made, a business "i',r r". nty-one yea....

1 guests with delicious! refreshments! ; !Rufus Jones! and I B. J. Byrd men :Messrs.] O. J. Grillin and s'l trip to the county seat Saturday.Mrs. BIDS FOR WOOD 01 l, It r, mlant l w. tin-,retire be and ordered ia hereby..h"l.nl required, nonrealdentl .to appear
Is und when the time camp to depart for made I a l business trip to Starke: Sat !R. Johns, have leased the large ; ;Maude Sapp, of Valdosta, Ga., ---- I t.. the. bill of compla nt tiled in enid cause on
home the ladies were unanimous in urday.R.I building, corner Cull and Walnut, and I arrived here Friday night for a visit Sealed bid.- will be ret avail until 12M. "r before Monday the 2nd dRY of June. A. D. ,,
) otherwise the alienation
l their expressions of appreciation! for I:. '''. Warren of Itrooker, was are now busily engaged/ in opening uptold I uith,t relatives and! friends. ; ., ;May 15, 1MU!'I! und then opened for mil.taken na confeaRcd. by said. "defendantIt .fad hill "illbe '.
tl the good time possible through the hero Saturday on bvisiness.Ruic I displaying the new goods coming ;Mrs. Eula Lee and children spent a furnishing pine wood four feet in In. further ordered. 'that thix order. be pub r- '
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liahed week five
kindness of their charming hostess.Mr. Johns anti wife of Hampton in daily. They will carry a complete I Ii f w (days recentnly at Lake Side, 'lenirth! and "split, .delivered at City O'. once Krndforil a County Teli-Ktnph.consecutive n newapa weeksITI

; nod. Mrs. Leach have taken up were visitors here Saturday. i line of shoes, dry goods, notions, ladies I guests: of ;M. W. Lee. ''I electric light and water plant in II per published In said county and atate.
their residence
arrived here from Jacksonville a few ''business visitor here Saturday the store will be used to carry one oft I ut the Christian Church every application. Clerk Circuit Court.

weeks! ago, purchasing a farm property Richard Melton of Hampton was the largest stocks of groceries in the Wednasday! night at 7:30, and at the J. L. PEEK, I RE.\I.I By. R. A. WEEKS Deputy CI.rk.
from Mr. II. ;Moore which it is here on business Saturday., : county. As one member of the firm Baptist Church on Saturday nights. Secretary Board of Bond Tru"tee"1 A. !. ADKINS,

s their intention to develop. They are | :Mrs. N. i 1) Wynne und children and expressed it, "It !is our intention to Last Saturday afternoon T. B. 522t. Solicitor for Compllln..n525t.; .

well known and, quite (popular In Jacksonville Miss\ i Beatrice Abernathy spent the carry a stock from which anyone can Triest and family, were one of the NOTICE: OF E8TR4YRD MULE IN PURSUANCE
where Mr. Leach was engaged week-end at Sampson> City with :Mrs. secure just what they want." Their happiest families in the country. DOUBLE EFFECT i TO SECTION 2,163. GENERAL

f in the furniture business, and they Wynne's parents. !Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. announcement will be in the next issue Why ? After serving sixteen months Notice 'la hereby STATUTES given ""...u.ot to the
have already won the hearts! of the ;McKinney. of the Telegraph. with Uncle Sam, Sidney their son, returned OF WILLIAMS' above named. 8..lInn that A O. Strickland. oa
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who wish them well the 2Kth day of March 1919. taken up on.
people of Lawtey Christian Endeavor< met Sunday at home with an honorable dis black hone mule about nix years old. weigh. .
and 1 delightful event occurred on 101 TONICBringing mark. on hind Ito...... said mule having. gray
A very every Sunday and make it a was at Newport News Va., hair on left aldir of root of tail" and being
Wednesday of last wek in the form of great success. Five Mile, :MayMrs; Geo. Johnson ready to start across the "big pond," I mouse colon-d n I unit the n.,... Said eatrmyed ,
the ladies of and ;Miss Josephine Blume calledon Relief Folks Who Have mule him "been" prauutl, pursuant to statute
a surprise gotten up by :Mr. and :Mrs .Tail. Reynolds and the day the armistice was signed. to and will\ ht aold in accordance. with notice of
the Luwtey Club for !Mrs J. D. Randall daughter Rosa, attended church at !Mrs. P. P. Dokle Saturday. They were then sent back to other Malaria and Making Its Proprietors > .ah' hereafter to be advertiHvd.Th ;g
t' who recently suffered the loss of i Rock Sunday. Bud Waters WitS a business visitor camps to nerve until they received Nationally Prominent. taker. up" and description, ia furnished"
by alficlavjtji of the appramvni and J...".. J.
.. her beautiful home in Fast Lawtey by I ;Mr. and !Mrs. Will Jones and mother here Friday. their discharge. No one was expect C. HopiH-11. pursuant to itatute.
tire, which reduced. the building to 'Mrs.'|, \ George attended church at I Ja>l. Whitehurst has bought the ing his return so soon and as he The G. B. Williams Co., Quitman, Done thin 25th day of April. 1013.
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ashes in less than half nn hour. It Sampson City Sunday. crop of Mr. Bohanon, of Little Mill greatly surprised all. He was> the Ga., bids fair to become one of the 5-3-4t. W.Clrrk T. WEEKS Circuit Court.

t, was carefully and quietly whispered l :Mrs. M. J. Byrd and two daughters, and I will move his family there thisweek "cook" !in his company, and anyone largest: drug: manufacturers in the .
nround among/ the ladies that there Mrs Luc Byrd! ;Mabel and Lewis i an tell by his looks that he has been United States. This concern, up to.,, ----

I was! to be something doing at the Hynl were visitors to Brooker Sun- Mrs.! P. C. Dukes was an appreciated having plenty to eat, and no drill to 1912 was unknown except in a small Build Now
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t. Club House! on Wednesday<1 afternoon day. caller at the home of :Mrs. P. P. da. area. Its rapid growth is due to the .'

; and that it was' to lie a miscellaneous The :Masons met here Saturday. af- BI'kleIonday.. Several of the young folks from immense popularity of its No. 101 PRODUCTION DEPENDSON
1 xuprise shower for ;Mrs. Randall. i termmn on their regular meeting day Because of repeated attacks of here attended the pound, party at the Tonic, which is a scientific remedy for
a: Everybody: at once fell in with the and Andrew Sparks wa carried neuralgia which have somewhat impaired home of Mr.: and Mrs.: Fred Clover- m.Jariland a general builder of CONSTRUCTION f

Men, the fire of love spread the Indies through his third l degree.Mr. his ...y."ightIarcu; !! Dekle settle Friday night and report a jolly wonderful value. As much as one
/got busy with the result that n Hickson of Waldo passed has laid aside his books for the present good time. hundred and fifty gallons: a day is bot- U. S. Cnpt. ol labor ws.BcvY.'iTSON: '
had assembled in the and returned to farming. Here's in this firm's. factory and for I
large gathering through! our burg Wednesday en- ;Mrs. H. D. :May and children re- tled

Club Mouse at the appointed I -
I'I'l and each one came with a gift of love Harvey Warren und wife of Tampa ----r- n
,. and was then sent for and brought in a Bronkcr where they will visit the his: father B. J. Thomas Sunday. I

car to the Club House. former's purl'llt.Ir.. and ;Mrs. R W.Warren. Norma Dekle spent the week-ends I
It had been planned as a surprise with home folks. She had ns guests House PaintingSPRING I
and a surprise it ...ur'I11"' the ladies .J. '\. .McKinney: and,I wife were Sunday :\(i""l'Iae! )Puke and Pearle
(even those who find it hard to visitors here Sunday afternoon.Mr I Roberts.
keep secrets) bud kept the secret in ; and, :Mrs. Riley Wasdin attended Miss Julian Johnson and brothers

this case, and. :Mrs. IlIn.lalln!! really church at Rock Sunday.Mr. Hyde and Lncy Johnson of Baker

I and! truly surprised. Yes, Und more : and :Mrs. Cunningham and son County visited relatives here Saturday IS HERE \
y' than that ,she wa delighted beyond Billie. were the guests of Mr.: and anti. Sunday.J. .
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'r ,: her power to express, and! in n well :Mrs. II. li. Wasdin Sunday. S. Howard and M. A. Woodnrd

chosen spech told her many friends Rufus Johnston, of Waldo, was hereon of Pukes, were fishing in Dekle's! millpond
after the gifts had, been opened! how business, Saturday Friday. .J. S. has good: "luck" Clean Up Brighten Up Paint Up I

''l much she appreciated! these expressions : Neil I'yul of Brooker was a plea- when he uses "silver bait."

;"\\ I of love and sympathy, and that\ ant visitor hero Saturday. ;Mrs.! 1'Iarthlrlrrl..h. returned Sun-
it would cheer her heart for years to Autunm Youngblood of Waldo< was day from an extended visit with relatives ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON OUTSIDE PAINTING OR :

L come. here on business Saturday.Mr. !in the Brooker section.
.'I 1 Rut that was not to bo all there and Mrs. Percy Jones spent :Miss! Ruby Green who has been visiting INTERIOR DECORATION.YOU .

were other packages as yet unopened Saturday and Sunday at New River. her sister, Mrs. Willie Parrish
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r and these! contained the dainties which Roy Smith and wife of Sampson returned home Sunday. CARRY FIRE INSURANCE; HOW ABOUT INSURANCE

. Y nounced It has having been a company City, spent Sunday here with rela I. J. Dekle and lion Nelson, were
a In the form of refreshments. tives.L. guests of P. P. Dekle Saturday. They AGAINST DECAY ? A COAT OF PAINT ON YOUR HOUSE IS AN

\t fi Everyone who participated pro- Prevail wife and E. C. Byrd at- were accompanied home by Marcus
nuonced It has having been a complete I' tended church at Sampson City Sun and Orin Dekle. INVESTMENT-NOT AN EXPENSE.

surprise, very successfully M. C. Roberts, Jud Green and
day.E.
') i managed, and very throughly enjoyed. J. Murrhee has returned home Dana Duke spent Sunday with
The Randall's have taken up their from South Florida where he has Knight: and Julian Dekle. Quigley Lumber & Supply Company

residence In the city pending n decision been employed for several months. lie Mr. and :Mrs J. N. Roberts and
as to re-building on the old site has a number of friends here glad to :Mrs. B. J. Thomas and daughter were

' at East Lawtey. welcome] him back. guests of Mr. and ;Mrs P..P Deckle


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