Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 16, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; ;Six: Months, 75; Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews Editor; and Proprietor. "

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The returning soldiers all praise the Salvation Army. Not a man of them has been heard to say aught against '

this great and good organization. The comment is all one way. Let's show our appreciation of their work by : '

making Bradford's contribution to them a free will offering. Let's not wait for a "drive. Send your contribu-

tions to Geo. C. White, 'Treasurer, Starke, Fla.', and they will be acknowledged in this paper. ;i

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REPORT OF c.xriLi DIPPED ( \MPVK.N: : roit SIA1IO.N;

The report of the United States department ,
of agriculture! for the month Appeal for \oluntccr ('ontribiilionsMeets

'i PAYS TRIBUTE ,alb.April! head shows of tattle that dining were dipped.that month No \ OFFERING TO A GOOD CAUSE : rnroiirauing KesponseM" ( \ OVER IN {

new vats were completed during April ., ; fur volunteers
; 111'.1\1 1 I. .i in 'miV I appeal to help
TO WORKERS and the reports shows that Bradford make up I'.railford. county's tontiihiition -
RETURNING SOLDIERS ALL i r i \ 1"1"1"-1 tfuliji VICTORY
has in operation now 27 vuts I ;. N.:: MATTHEWS: of fsoi) to the Salvation Arniv. ; LOAN
Bradford county .stands. eighth in ; PRAISE THE ORGANIZATION Count.v i hainnaii has met with u cordial response ham; I
the list. of counties having the largest District liiiirnicii and ({uol.isFollowing a number of well known. men and 1 | BOOST AT HAMPTON "
NEWSPAPERS COME IN FOR number of vats; DeSoto county leading I'IIIEV KEPI- THE in \\ iinI I the usual custom ill i 1"11I"11. and I ant oneouiugod to believe IBIG

THEIR SHARE OF PRAISE with 07 vats Hillsboro next with I .\ :\lImll'01:; THE: 1I.\T1"I.E.: handling campaigns of this character that this can bo mado a voluntary BROUGHT TOP IN SIGHT
(Hi;, I'olk 33, Alachua. FIELI)4. OF Eruopi: jdistiict. -I11111'n111 have been appointed ' uttering to the organization that.
NEWSPAPERS :MADE IT POSSIBLETO Dutiiijr April 2iO,(>ti) ) head of cat- and quotas( allotted. to the several, did. such great work on the battlefields, 1..1 \\ IV.\: C\ME: : IN:; ON; 1'111: lIo'm:
tle were dipped in the state HI new districts The ,campaign lias boon of Europe: that every 1"l'lul'nil1j.sol\ -
FLOAT THE FIVE WAR vats constructed making a total of See here, friends. I am us tired of given over to the ladies' District dier speaks of it in the mast endearing SnnTI11.: ( .\M:> srxitKE: cm.ENS .
LOANS OK THE UM'NTKY 1,2-19 vats now in operation In Flol'ida.1 "drives" us any of the rest of you, but chairmen are asked to immediately! teims. / ::.; FlNlSllla'I'lll:; >> ; JOB.
soleefthoir -
I when the Salvation Army folks askedme committcomon and plan the Those. who have contributed to the
The work of putting over the Fifth : 'have paid for. ;More than that, they to act as county chairman in the, campaign on such lines us they see fund so far are: East: Bradford, comprising tho territory 1
Liberty Loan, the Victory Loan, is fin. ''gave editorial support and personal! campaign they are putting on I did fit. The county chairman urgently A. E. Wall _ .'. _ _ _ __ __ __$ 50D east of New River, went over
ished and it proved the most difficult 'enthusiasm which could not be measured not feel like refusing, because every asks. that citizens of the several dis ;Mrs. Angle\ Sternboig _ __ _ 500 the -top in good shape. in the Victory to
undertaking of any of the five big in dollars and cents. Daily and returning soldier that I have talked tricts irully to the support of these Bradford County Telegraph! __ B.01)) Loan campaign. The quota for tho '
drives for "selling the United Statesto I' weekly and, farm paper and maga with has told me of the fine work of' district chairmen and make tho workof ;Mrs Grace ,Ford l _ _ ___ ___ __ 5.00 eastern" division of the county was:
its people." zine, they forgot all politics in helping this organization throughout the war.They the (',campaign just us light us pos L. C. Powell _ _ h ___ _eo __ 6.00 $:.t,250.: ) The latest. tabulation of mibxcriptions /!
In the first loan, the banks took their country. I have never beenso only got a very small per cent sible. N. T. Hitch _ n __ __ ___ __ __ 500J ) shows u total of $ most of the bonds, for the American I proud of my connection' with the of the funds heretofore contributedand The ,district Chairmen and the quotas :\1. Alvarez _ _ _-_ ____ _ __ GUI) The lust day of the campaign dawned \ hi
public knew nothing of such securities newspapers of the South as I am tonight they are not asking for a large are us follows: John Sbriver .. - _ __ h ____ 500( ) with a considerable, shortage in the If
This was largely true of the Sec ." sum now. They simply ask for n fund Law toy -Mrs.; Louis U. Hill, $75 00. .\. V. Long .. -. - h_ --- 500 quota I but when Hamilton, through 1
ond Loan. But by the Third Loan campaign I Mr. Massengole's work as publicity HuMieifntly large to place their organization Luke Butler-;Mrs. Sector King, ,1. Andiews . _ __ _ _ __ _ 500) t tho subscription of $,..01111) ) made I l by A.A. 4 ,
a great system of showing the director, however, was not confinedto on a firm financial foundation $100.110.t'sletfne3h's! ). W. T. \\eoks, .n __ . . 500/ I Durdon I leaped. I far over tho top .
public the advantages of buying stockin the newspaper field. His department in order that they may curry on ; J. J. Blnckwelder. I believe the Salvation. AI'my deserves things began to brighten up.' Other.
the nation was under way, and in I was the big driving force of the and extend) the good work they have $:J.:>00. I the consideiation. of everY person siiliHcnplioiiH" swelled. 1I11111..tolto. s
that end the Fourth Loans the "manon campaigns, not in direct selling but been doing for years. 1'.I"ewf'-'oll"s.. : D. C..iU, $:_5.0' e\'prywlll' and it would. coitumly till lo fT,5"iO, against n quota of $1- (
the street" put his money into the ,' in advertising the loans. In two campaigns I felt it would be a fitting close) to U.kl'I"-\lr"; n. B. Colsnn $:"iO.OO be a pleasing change\ from the legular g00. This i is a line' showing for Hump- t
war chest. it used Liberty Loan special our war work to give this deserving StuikeMrs; Z. Adkins, :>;:111.11(1.:;! ( ardor to have tin.- fund in.fdo up Ion and keeps' up the pure' th... town' 5
But in the former loans, the people truing which toured the district with organization a voluntary contribution I Hampton-:Mrs. W. (G i. Souls $50' 00.Kaifurd b> ,,,'oph'Vito simply noted on their sol for itself early in th,'. day of war t
had the inspiration of the war to stir war relics and speakers. In the Victory in recognition of their faithfulness to -:Mrs.alter (Graham, own motion without any solicitation limmoing 11 bun Intgoly: : ovor-Kiib-!
them to investments. In the Fourth ,I Loan it called upon the Government duty during the time of stress that I $7:>..410.i from anybody., I thinj/ we have II sufficient srribrd'tny quotu given it. d.
Loan campaign the Huns were hammering ]I for a flying squadron of airplanes we have passed, thiough. I believed i Worthington-Miss; Elsie Harrison, number of people. in Bradford In the afternoon. a "wpllll'n>' hell
almost at the pates of Paris. which fought sham battles a large number of other Bradford $ ,!;.III//. county who I believe r ) in thu gloat\ up- ut Luwtey and the total of subscriptions i
Things looked gloomy fur the Allius.j above several cities. It sent out 3i( county people' would feel us. I do and 1'i.IUver -:Mrs. J. E.: .\Ik ill>4. :10.;; lilV work that is done. by the Salvation there\ was brought up to $';.IO!; ,
America was aroused as she had never i armored i tanks. It distributed millions that we should be able to raise the il"l\h.\I1I-\lrs.; C. II. Robotti, :*':10'). AI my to eontiibuto $HUO without including a subscription. of $.'1,I1)1()') '
been moused before, and her people ,lof posters. It handled thousands of $M)0> )l) asked of us without another Tlieiessu. -Mis.! 1 1). W :MMne317! ) anyone having to give a very largo made. by the! J.uwh'y State Bunk. 1'
"came through loyally and liberally.The I' columns of advertising prepared by "drive." I trust the response to the The campaign oP"I1t10" lily :May sum.The These increases brought, the top insight
Victory Loan was distinctly'< the department and paid for by loyal cull for volunteers 'will justify this 1lth.!> If citizens of the County art on campaign. for this fund begins I and patriotic j cituonii: of Sturko ,
different. The victory had been won, business. men. It worked in conjunction belief. I the policy of rewaid'iig' tho.," who on :\lolI.layIuy i IIMh! amid" runs until 1 finished the. fi>h l I.y increasing their 1 II;
the boys were coming home, the peace with the speakers bureau. Under I hope those who Intend 1 to contribute have given toe bin service the on.tiro :Monday. May: Mth! but contributions subscriptions Among I those who increased I jtt
terms were being debated in long- the direction of Carroll II Smith who to the fund will do so ut once in I amount will lie :
    .,.' -ibed: beforetho may bo sent in now und I should, t their subscriptions; wore, T. ,' '
    drawn out scssions, the country was I['' sent bundled of eloquent orators order that worry and anxiety about it opening day. i bo 1t"11Illf, tile whole amount wore subscribed J Gritlin., J. W Andrews, Jr.) II.1 C.
    torn with street-corner debates over over the district.In i i before the olH'ni"J.lay\ of tho Richard l lIr": Emma: Richard. I I''. F.
    the wisdom charge of the office.. detail of : I campaign.Any \ .
    or unwisdom of the Wil Stump, \ T Weeks, Nut Sternberg, 1.
    son policies. The public knew the war I the publicity department was Bruce rr.MCE: :; CA.NOV.VS:' KIRTIIDXY Wlllt..r111"altl.; Jr., S. H. Johns amount from $1 will bo acknowledged .1.1 I.'. Ku'khtor and W II. Harvard. . '
    ' bills must bo paid, but the general attitude Hall, assistant publicity director, who PARTY I Ir Billy Graham, Jim. Poppell, Arthur in this column Make all When the limit lists. have been made' ,
    was to "let George do it." All' worked for several months. in tirenura (Darby Jones Julian Peek, Jr., ,cboiks payable to George C. White, up and l hocked. the Telegraph will I ,
    the arguments in the world l did not I tion for spreading the gospel of the Last Saturday afternoon at her I :Merrill Futch l Richard I Harvard I, :Milton treasurer. publish a full list of those who helped, .,
    home on North Walnut street, lirownloe, Jr. E.: S. MATTHEWS: l ,
    fill the place of the war spirit.In Victory Loan. Dudley Glass a widely pretty to make the Victory Loan a SIICCOHS.' '
    the face of this situation, the known Southern newspaper man, had :Mrs. 1'uul E. Canovu gave her little I -- County Chairman. West BrailfordWOHI 1I P
    Eunice beautiful in I.1M.1Gl.; ; Mir s..ruu: ; I j l
    daughter, a party f
    Liberty Loan organization set to work direct charge of the newspaper publicity -- - -- - -
    undaunted. It called, the sang sending out daily stories of honor of her third birthday. Biudl'oid. made u 75 per rent
    upon I I1 ( .\ltll! OF 'IIIMv; I
    captains who had, led their teams to the preparation for the drive and its :Misses! Ella May Long, KathleenAlvarez The! suit of :Mrs J. I). Padgett,' subscription of the quota'' allotted: to 'II ;,)i .'j
    victory in former campaigns, and ) progress after it began. and :Mrs. W. G. 1'0wf'lIluKist- against! the Seaboard' Air Line Railway ;; ::- I the division of the county. Two 1 of .' .
    ! most of them responded., It called out lIaycslcFadcll'n.; publisher of the ed' Mrs. Cunova in entertaining the Company, which' was to have To the ninny dear friends in the .districts, Luke Butler und Hni- ,
    ' deal of (.lowd l of little folks. who presented come up for u hearing the circuit ford, l county who 1 rendered I HO many ford" went over. Thu figures as furnihhed I
    a great new blood, too. There I Southern Hanker and of t e
    were thousands of who secretary a little Miss Eunice with numbers of eotnt lust ;Monday was settled by the I arts of love and, kindness, and who !by :Mr. G. W. Alderman, chairman J
    men had never large bankers' association, has been
    d l< ne puHivmk! lie-fore; v ho rolled! un connected l with all the campaigns as beautiful gifts. parties' ut interest befoie the time for I manifested; ( by their tributes of respect of West I Brudford 1 'lire u.s fol- i'lo's i'\'\
    the hearing to begin ltis understoodthat to the of our dour luoth-! : '
    memory :
    their the
    sleeves and went to sell bonds, zone (chairman or associate chairman, Games \verep layed on spacious '4
    and sold them. i but this was his first work as head lawn aft. which to, the music of the the sum involved in tho settlement er, ;Mrs. Susan Luviniu NewKoni, their District Iltlltll Subscribed ,, '. 44,
    These workers never gave up. Tho of the executive committee. lIe was victrolu all rnurchod into the dining was $H.100.: :Mrs Padgett wasrepresented .sympathy for us ill our sorrow and 1Vnrthington151)1).110) 450.0' I t
    decorated by Attorneys! A. V. Long, bereavement, wo wish to express! our 1's'uvldencu.4504)00; 00.0'' !
    result was that nearly every unit in given: loyal aid by William C. Wand- room which was charmingly I
    , tho Sixth Federal I Reserve Districtmet low, executive chairman through four with sweet peas. The handsomely, I of Sturke, A. G. King, of Jacksonvillei I heartfelt thanks arid gratitude I i i l'nh.stine n" . _::11)1)1),1)1) 00.01) ,,
    : its quota, though most of them campaigns, who became associate director appointed table was centered by the and 1 J. G. Padgett, of Waltcrboro, S.MKIIIOIHVr (HivnoIli"H) ; lIennie Newcom, Haltoi'd _ _ _fiH.II.UU fl250.01 I
    did not "come through" until the last in this drive and assistant to birthday cake on which burned l three I C. i Mrs James/ Sharp, Mrs. C. C. /Odom, Lake Butler --10,350,01)! : .10,800,04' f
    Nowsom, ;Mrs. A. C. Odom,
    Chnppel --
    J..ll'phh'Cord.. ; of the district. 'nn.lIs.Irs.; Cnnova served cream
    day.Tribute to the magnificent efforts The woman's work in the Victory and cake to the crowd of merry little I; I Jr. Total _ :\\7,iiOU.UO 2(1,500.00( ;'
    of the zone and county chairmen and drive was no less rcmaikablc than it people. i| --- -- ---- i R.ulord. UVnt Over
    the armies of valiant campaign workers hud' been in previous campaigns. The invitation list included the following j Sunday school, !10.1: l: a. m., L. .\. ;Mr. and I IIr"; )Don I'cabody will naiford, 1 la., May 12th.
    who served with them was paid though: by u general agreement they little ladies and, gentlemen : Davis, superintends leave today, : for their homo at Lees' Editor: Telegraph: d
    today by Haynes ;McPuddcn, chair- did hot work !separately in .the fifth Harriet Iit'h.Iury; Canova, Virginia : Preaching 12 o'clock. burg !Mr. Peabody him had chargeof Our ulloltmeiit of the Fifth Liberty
    man of the executive committee in loan. Throughout the district the women's WoeUs Lucile Johns, Louise Ste\\'lIl.t'l j f'entoiary, drive, '{ p. m. the Pradford, County Abstract of- I Loan IHSIIO, ii4 given to u.s by tho
    direct charge of the district organisa i committees worked side by I Elise Jones, Ruth Sternberg. Lois 1.. .\. D.IVIH, local director. lice for the past several months. II ("hail"man of Went Bradford, was 1111!,- .
    tion. And to the newspaper of the .ide with the men, and it was due Long, Hazel! Adkins, Etholin White, Olin White captain team No. 1. I was their intention of remaining hIStul'ke 1..000.; At :2.iri:: :Saliiiday afternoon
    South thc most sincere thanks was largely to their efforts that so mnnv Ii! .tty ;McLain, Lois Adkins, Sara Hope Col I D. E Knight, captain team No. for a few days longer hut ow- \%<' had raisc-d :liJ5il.OO; : which put U1: d.
    rendered in a statement by St. Elmo thousands of individual subscriptionswere Uaynos. Eloise Hitl'hnnie Long.1va :!. I ing to the serious condition of then-' $10000' over the top.We .
    ;Massengale director of publi' obtained in the homes. The_wort Lou I'oppell, Alice F'rna'HlozI' I :Muj. E. S. Matthews, captain team little son they were, fon-od to cut then would nil appreciate it if you
    the only official who has served in the was directed again by :Mrs. S mue'Lumpkin iiliu Etta: Canovu :Muila Weeks, J KIjn \ :Vo; a. stay shoit W<.dm, .. day the little flow < mi find spare in your ISHUO of thllucHc /r
    same capacity throughout the fives' of Atlanta who madeiev- .. Stump, ;Martha Powell, Loins Junior League! I p. m.Senior I had Miisfoitum" to inn il long' lo publish' this us tho l+]la/lie.
    campaigns. ;Mr. ;\Ias"t'ng'nleIr.; :Meradden (>ral tours of the district. (and prove" '> ..k. .James !Richard l Wainwrijrh'osi :; League, H p. m. I ,;lade i( c nt' "..Iy thiuiitrh, his bund ni.llmg heiu" worked vl'ry.hurd, and deserve all t
    and all the executives, served .ne of the most. effective ;p(... without any remuneration throughout \ hen ever worked in any campaign. E. Wall, Jr., Charles Lucian Kicklitui .1. f'. (DjrS! : Pustni ,,1 i" fi..u d| M"". .I p'.i" "milk- will sit. w. Yours very truly, t
    all I these drives, giving to their country W. 1 H.( ANDREWS: JI{.,
    services which could hardly have District Chairman.IIXITIST .
    been purchased at any price. --- .---
    "I 1 shall carry'with me all my life .
    a feeling of deep gratitude to the thou -
    sands of workers who carried throughthe ..... l t -t Sunday school, 11 a. rn. ,
    Victory Loan" said Chairman Mc- > Morning worship, 12.
    l ,,,1t 1
    Fndden tonight. "It was the man in t.1 y It. V. 1' U., junior und senior, 8 p. .
    the ranks who put this through. I feel; '. n.
    a pride jn the patriotism of the South- \. Evening worship, 0.Vidnenday .
    ern business man when I think of the awl': \ prep juniors, 1:13 I p. m. ,
    thousands of them who quit! their own : '-. "I'i .iyer meeting:, 850.M :!\ t
    work shut up their desks and went'' t' f : "..t of the special days are over. "
    out to show other men their duty to f> ;Vv. for regular woik. Let every of. ,, '.
    their country. It was not alwaysa i ,'r, teacher leader, \iJttant-ey.!
    pleasant task fur them and they .... i.:lone-m any place of trust in the ,t. i
    met with obstaclesthat! would have huich,. work get busier> than ever LeI .,
    discouraged men less! courageous and r ro' until you have to go on your vaation. "
    determined. They deserve. the thanksof stryN Are you arranging for some 4l
    their own communities and the w '"' to take your place then ? Mrs.
    i II.
    country. y 'y 1 1sl iI imhuugh;: did.
    :Mr. :Maasengalc, who has directed I I Tho important thing is that we .1
    the publicity of the five campaigns i diould get into daily Bible reading, / +II i .
    (j a veteran advertising man and has mil devote even an hour a week to i
    been in intimate touch with southern real study of the blessed Book. f

    newspapers for 25 years. He believesthe .. What shall wo do for the returned It t 1
    and the who r f
    newspapers reporters
    L soldiers ? Tho following is your em-
    looked after the news of the Liberty
    ployment service and welcome committee ( J
    Loa; campaigns are more than any : Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, .
    other medium to be thanked for the Miss,! Emma Darby, Mr. and Mrs. J. t' 1.1
    success of the five loans. R:. Wilson. How can we help the returning -

    proved"The newspapers their staunch of the Americanism South have," EUGENE GRJFFIS, ZENAS GRIFFIS, ROAN B. GRIFFIS, SONS OF MR. M. G. GRIFFIS, STARKE, FLA. I war workers, too ?
    he declared tonight. "They gave space t
    which millions of dollars could hardly Pastor.itraitfnrt 'j 11 II

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    I . $ . $ the silly and simian simpers! See the I LATEST IN VICTORY DESIGN
    <*> flippant and frumpish friends of tho

    ,. SIMI'LK:; : IIOMiKIHUNK: ." family! Listen to the glorious gurgleof Combines Fleur-de-LI of France, the
    the able and absolutely alcoholic Rose and the American
    -. Described by a Circus I'ublicity punch! And remember-one invitation Golden Rod.
    r. Man. l' admits to all!
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    The bride the radiant, and
    SIH was enraptured has come out a fabric,
    ni 1> ; l' !> !> '" 'Y recipient of superbly great also n new embroidery, which combines -

    and indescribably glorious, glittering the fleur-de-lis of France, the
    M Last night, at the glittering and and gorgeous galaxy of gifts the presents English rose, mid the American goldenrod

    gorgeous home of the bride's parents, being under the shrewd, sharp It Is called, the victory ilenlffn.
    :Mr. mid :Mrs. William Henry Hicks, and singularly all-seeing eye of a and. those. who exploit! It ore trying to
    09! !' :Ninth- I'luce, :Miss! Mary Gladys pompous and private detective. A sup- make It among, the iiccented. ornamentations
    Hicks and Mr. Adelbert Smithers, per, the most stupendous, sensational for the season

    were united in the sensational, awe- and superlatively complete ever served It mny be that women will not carts
    inspiring bonds of matrimony. The in any land, was spread in the for the grouping/ nf these' three national -
    wedding, ,! service was pronounced in a ,draped l and dainty dining room by a Hovvers, but there seems to he
    ; THE peerless! and peppy manner by theSpntuully ,cool, keen and calculating caterer. I every reason to bollovo thnt the

    Rich and Right Reverend The grand exit! At 11 o'clock amid I French fleur-do-lls., which has !gone
    ; !Doctor :Morton\ S. )Duds, rector of the I of
    I scones cstounding and unparalleled tliniiiKli the bNtory of that country
    4 FRIEDL'TOBACCO exceptionally expensive! and. exceedingly impertinence>, and hellish inhuman I ,
    a and. lint been. the. ".vinl>,nl of !so! ninny
    1 exclusive SRi Croesus-in-the- hail! of ancient I
    and antiquntedshoes I of Its victories, will lit' the loading
    Fields, "" mixed: and mingled with ribaM I ipilK'n. In lime fiil.rk-i. which will 10"
    .The bride entered upon! the masiv nee, I the young; touple left on It desperately worn, during the Brent celebrations
    e, muscular and marvelously mould-li dangerous and. delightfully
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    i| id al'l1of her father, passing through demonstrative bridal tour. They will There II I Is no idle( of Amerlcu'sInullt'hln
    I Illn avenue of the largest longest and be gone three-count them!-weeks. IIl'Wtown" for whatever

    THERE may be some things that o 'l.itiludinest tropic palms in captivity, Coitoons! magazine. I relclinitlons may/ ('lilli" Tim eyes of
    while the air about '
    was heavy with
    '} - -.---- miimifiiHiirers; nod dyers
    can done well in a hurry, but 03 I the. h imn1'l'ing"I'Nh inA' scent ofpii'iiotis ,\I'til'ST; TOEI:; : !I I are our turned lniyern.t' 'towiird 1'nrls, find each Is i

    pick in wife an' tobacco and ..overpowering petals of LAST :.MAN HOME great effort 10t.t/ overIhere,1109,1to
    a agein' a milking n /
    l ESn spring! ranged, in racy and' rollicking I the 8irelty of pussporta

    ain't amongst 'em. ,! 1 ii'ray about the handsome. and harmonious SecretaryStates Hi* Kstimnte. Ri"cd given out In this country
    Q Iliekn home An orchestraof On :'iOO.OOO) Month 1SeI'"llIry ] I
    !Joe'We four--count them-'It'ver.! comic I
    I Hair Ribbon Economy.
    veGJ GZJQl nnd delightfully! daring musinnns 8Upph.1 linker announced tVctl-I I' Little! lighter's/ hair ribbons should
    D the mushy and. melodious music lesday. that by the lust ':
    man be iiiiHli. to ,do ,amity us long us l>osMhlo. -
    to which the brldny party modestlyand of the American expeditionary force ] U'lien, soiled, ] !they I mammy be thoroughly
    put away millions of pounds of fine nu'molly marehod. The grand, gi- will have been withdrawn from fle.meil, lor l luiklng; for n few

    Kentucky Burley tobacco every year, stored Q'i giintie and brobdignnginn groom, uc- France lie said his estimate wnM'' weomls, nay half n minute. In a ,solution -
    oiiiiiiiueil by his bald brave best 1110vemt'nt
    @ | balled on the of
    300,000men of .soda. -a len' vootiful blai' "log
    in wooden hogsheads. It ripens two years. Q man, Mr. \\'. Percy Smithers, awaited, a month to the United States soda. to one quart of bulling water.

    When we take it out it's differentNaturehas them at the improvised. but otherwise Already, Mr. Baker said the Aml'rI' Ulnso: the riM'"a In cold. wnter, dry
    faultless altar. lean forces in France has been divorced
    for two or three minutes In a t..wl,1IInoi
    improved it, good as it was-made it t 1 See the solemnly spectacular meeting from the army of occupation. press' with n hot Iron. This process -
    of the Bride and Groom! See the Plans have been made to supply the
    friendlier more fragrant, cool-smoking, QI ,, removes all dirt, us suggested: but
    merry and meritorious :Maid of Honor! men in Germany throughout the ports does not Injure the color.
    I Fl 3 long-burning. Elr See thefourcount them!-beau of Antwerp and Rotterdam, removingthe

    trl teous, beaming and, brilliant Bridesmaids necessity of maintaining the 700- Javelle Water.
    Nature has given it a delicious quality of ? See the innocent, infantile, mile line from Bremen to Brest. Debarkation TMs Is used In Chlnoxe laundries to

    mildness and that infinitesimal Flower Girl, Miss Teenie ports will be maintained, whiten their linen. It will remove
    fragrance no artificial Hicks in her fearless fascinating, but j however, for use by the A. E. F. must any kind of xtnln. One-fourth

    : means can ever equal. foolish act of scattering fair, freak cupful to a boiler. of clothes will make
    ji ish fragrant/ flowers in the path of them very white. Ono\ !gallon of water -

    s It's just that extra 1 II IIn her sister, the Bride! See them ALL! *Ask Your Grocer.For four pounds washing soda. one
    They All Included all under
    t PC are one pound common 80111l1..nt all together
    G P touch of friendly good- . I roof! One invitation, remember, admits add two pounds) winked lime.
    I .
    to ness that is building them to all, including the concert
    letttAit after the wedding. I Habitual Constipation CuredIn
    '1 up VELVET Tobacco -v'-' / The Bride was attired in a silveryand CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES 14 to 21 Days

    .i into the favor and good silken something of extreme simplicity "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially-
    ;' K'will surmounted by a vaporousvail prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
    of thousands of her and Constipation. It relieves promptly but
    fastened to polished
    should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
    pipe smokers who pre- ' M1mI. fumed hair with the bursting emblazoning to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
    blossoms of the orange. Else- Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
    M fer to smoke tobacco J where upon her proud but in no sense per bottle.

    cured in Nature's way ponderous person was a slick showy ..Best By Every Test
    and scineillating diamond and bedaz- For the Relief of Rheumatic Pains

    kl You would notice the 0 zling sunburst, the graceful' gift of
    0 the: generous- and godlike groom. And When you have stiffness and sore
    lifierence. remember- Everythink absolutelynewl ness of the muscles, aching joints and
    beats! burying them.- Steve Hoover, find it difficult to move without pain

    r .&art dii .4ifa.iN After the affecting- and effective Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, writes, "Com i try massaging the affected parts
    p ceremony, a real, roaring receptionwas menced feeding my herd of about 100 with Chamberlain's Liniment It will
    Roll VELVET held fun furiously fast taking hogs B. A. Thomas's Hog Powder relieve the pain and make rest and

    the place of rigid and rigorous restraint over two months ago. Fifty were sleep pussible.-Adv.
    Cigarette "ter r, tr,,y; in the precious and palatial sick and off feed. Nearby herds had
    .. a VEL vrrs natora-.... miUn... licks parlors. See the sinuous smiles cholera. did not lose one-they No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll
    and tmoothnmmt make
    for ff ttjuit right tripping through the torrents of tears! are well and growing fast." children troubled. with worms have an unhealthy -
    cif or M.mmmmmmmn Witness the cute, cunning and comedy Sold by there color Is,more which or Indicates less stomach poor blood dlartirbance.and. as arule .

    kisses! Hear the conglomerate- and J. C. Manning, Starke. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC flven regularly
    contradictory congratulations! Hear J L. Douglass, Lake ButlerW. for two or three works will enrich the bh.>d. Improve -
    L. Overstreet, Lawtey. tho digestion, and act as a General Strengthening .
    asa --- Tonic to the whole system Nature will then
    co UGH CALOMEL MAKES A. D. Andrews, Rniford. throw off or dispel the! worms and the Child wl!! he .
    J, V. Jones, Hampton. Adv. in perfect!health.> Pleasant to take sac per bnttloK.
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    gGGtutx )tIS7Cllisli71.1t30)tai01JG1Gt3C1i1tlUL1t3QQQt4Qt3L1Qi3r1Li( :> f ..mRIJJQQfJRn: : t tinei.' are kind considerate-00., obligingand I I ----- :. 0. PAINTER FKIlTIMZKll: COMPANY.Jacksonville

    p9 vet iplmarmns and we find it Stop Using Dangerous Drug 1/lorulii
    I 1, I ,

    ;li i 11 TME STATE PRISON FARM j slv a I'leusuK'We' nato to amusements cooperate. each Saturday Before It Salivates You! Fertilizers. Insecticides, Sprayer, I'oultry SuppliesFor

    It's Horrible.
    j hi _.T14.iC1t fttirsrst.ft srnutrrsrst .i.' tt srn/C1r.."t. irisrrtsrutaft'iflf R7fR u slrlrTfa Irgsf nifht and this i is one part of the thirty yearn we have !been manufacturing fertilizers in this Sute--we have ratified cur
    honor system \\'ds'le..te.I\ it takes toner in every county in Florida.
    ( V. May Hugg i ) Iteforo going! further I shall endeavor You're bilious, sluggish, constipated
    from. the mind monotonous: existence Vrila For Latent Price Lis. I'rite always. in line with Quality
    to follow Shakeypeiuu'it advice, red vile, dangerous
    and believe you
    and stands for the weeks
    "')To nothing, extemmto. nor .set' down pay. liver and clean
    is I hn\c spent fifteen months in tho calomel; to start ycur
    in malice I The principal object of imprisonment -
    might have no theory to bowels. .
    riorid.i; State 1'rison. That is not a your
    \ mako but propogate.In is reformation, not punishment. Here's my guarantee 1 Ask your '
    pleasant confession to as> ;
    i Byron once said! of a verse ho had l all respects the Raiford Prison is :Xo'; longer should we exact an eyo druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Dod-
    for tooth
    for tooth
    and a
    an eye a ourBestKelerence
    but now a model prison of does son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful
    written, it rainy not be poetry, it course one The prison which does not send R
    I"! true And \\ hnt will\ surprise many not exi'ivt' til find l a Utouui, or ideal man nwaii better than when he is tonight. If it doesn't start your liver
    J of readers, especially those who conditions in a prison and in that he came and straighten you right up better
    my a failure.] Men from the Florida State
    hnxe known mo in other days. I can would not be very badly disappointed, prison will go out better fit for society than calomel and without griping or ;;r: '
    truthfully IIIIY I do not regret) the experience but in talking with men who have anti with a determination to make- making you sick I want you to go AM !
    I ,1 I came to prison almost H been through other state' prisons, the good. back to the store and get your mon-

    ? .t wreck from dissipation, and l Inning general opinion is that this prison: is 1 ey.Take _
    false and mistaken \ideus of life, and the best in the country. Of course 'Our Governor, has been a fair man calomel today and tomorrow
    l with mistaken views of such places, some of the others have better ground; with the prison problem. lie is full of you will feel weak and sick and nauseated -

    and I know now that when I come and buildings, but none so sanitary sympathy for the underdog, and we Don't lose a day's work. Take
    .: out I shall be wonderfully improved and comfortable in general. appreciate him and his selected ad- a spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod-
    physically, and with a broader and l There is but one thing that shouldbe ministration for Raiford. son's Liver Tone tonight and wake up
    better knowledge of questions which criticized, that is the uniform The central truth of reformation is feeling great. It's perfectly harmless
    had previously interested I me only worn by the prisoners, the striped this; The- desire to reform must come so !give it to your children any
    \ from an ethical and l philosophical uniform as is worn now should' go out from within, and the degrees of the time. It can't salivate, so let!' them
    standpoint. of existence entirely. Other States accomplishment of this desire is directly eat anything afterwards. ((114)MICKIE

    J\1' tone walls do not n prison make. have done this and we should do like proportionate to the degree of
    { nor iron bar a cage.): wille It makes the man a downcasted liberty given the prisoner to live SAYSOAUBIN'
    aright and to the adequacy of his en-
    coward from the start it brings:
    fi To many men this\ \is materiallytrue.
    J The physical discomforts are tears when other! things fail and sets vironment to sustain this desire.YOUI' f SIGNS ON FENCSS.
    prison Is not a stamp-mill, to
    with the him apart from the thought of ever AN' BARNS AN'
    ) compared disgraceof SIDEWALKS\
    crush but the virtue The best credential
    humanity out of
    having to come hero I am interested luung a man. The material is raw and! N\AS HAVE BEEN CONkSOSRftOADVERTISING { any young

    1 in penology and what \is called the thick and adds many discomforts: call your of civilized humanity.thoughts. It answers the I' "FORt' THEN VoIUZ.AN' 1 l t man can offer is proof of a good
    the long hot in the Summer
    Fnson problems, in this State, and through days NONSPNpcttft.eor" THEN'SNO
    Il t having. the practical experience I can time. Thanks ti> Superintendent r excuse PER SOCH STUNTS \ a savings account.It .
    view it from the right standpoint. The HI itch, for recommending. a hotter Pile Cured in 6 to 14 DaysThoggla.r.tand ANV MORE? wm thlSI4ERlt

    Great majority of people in Florida uniform and for doing away with the mnarj If PAZO OtNTMENT falli QBEAT FAtsML-N JOOQNtkX.CONUN' . signifies good habits ambition .
    know little or nothing. of this prison, stripes. The Board of State Institu- to cure :luhtnit. Btin.l.: Blwdmil, or PrtHrmllna Pllr Out .EOLA0.t / I ,
    ;% or conditions that prevail here and tions have this recommendation- under restful luuauiy Aeto reeevea after the Itching first Piles opvikatmio.' and you PrrofroII. can art \0\1..", BOSS ? .S i I l thrift and perseverance-

    j I still less of the Ijiw and workings of consideration, but thus far they!' have all characteristics that
    ', + fi; Law that send them here Ignoranceof : not acted. worthy
    ) G. VRDINR &, CO. MrCKaFr ACE
    J' Law excuses no ,.ne. and yet there The food is good and plentiful, no Bryon. fia.. Apr. 11, 1917 YJv 'rCv v3TJ i} I II employers appreciate.
    'w. are mt.1h..r.. who can not road or man need )go hungry, and the beds{ are Old Kentucky Mfg. Co.. WORK MEF04 '
    write. Nothing impresses me more far better than most prisons.!!. The officers ? \ A
    ( Faducah, Ky. A A A JSP savings account not only
    I than this neglected degrees of intelligence are gentlemen no other kind
    .I and education while there ftould be tolerated by our superintendent Gentlemen: i a good character reference but it
    ; are. of I'our"eman- )' college graduates I am sure. :Mr Hhtch. the superintendent I had cholera in my herd of hogs
    } and men- who have enjoyed all the advantages is a Oodly. kindly, humaneman recently and begun feeding; the B. A.Thomas's i I is also a good business investment.So .
    t : which wealth and education- he is loved universally, and it is Hog Cholera Cure and stopped t' l t
    f > losing from four to five each- night decide today not to delay.
    I i and political positions gave- them.- But useless to say to the people of Florida
    J y '! most of the- mon have had no chance thnt he is the best man on the soil until I began the use of this prepara
    in life and for this the public should The "Honor System" has proved to tion. I raise!' about 200 head of hogs r$ $ } $ r$ $ r S $- S 'S'S *- -$ S I.
    if. sympathize and pity them and forgive be a wonderful thing, and adds muchto per year and never expect to be with.

    i1 them for the crime they- might the welfare of prisoners! as well as : out your remedy. Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow
    have charged to them. It i is fair that to conditions in the!' State. Honor of Yours very tnlr.It ,

    i such men should bo pardoned .)r paroled the highest prevails. We are very G. HARDISOX &: CO 'BRADFORD COUNTY
    out much sooner than the man fortunate in having the administration Sold byJ. BANK .

    who know law. i we have, and we appreciate- C. Manning, tArke. c; Bradford County's Financial
    Few of the men hero everaw- in-I It is of fact, fairness, and good judgment J, L. Douglas Lake Butler b .:L .__.._,. Stronghold
    r in side of a court room before th,'y were Thanks to the Board of State i "'. L. Overstreet.!' LawteyA. R ESTABLISHED 1889
    tried; and sent here, they are not old Institutions for bringing about the D. Andrews, Raiford. STARKE FLORIDAI
    change. The other officers: of Inititu- J. V. Jones Hampton.-Adv --- -
    offenders. - ----


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    r _.. -- .- '1 wpoiiMblo for the employee's wife having iUCI"'IIH'1I that work us probable I ,
    i 1 seems l'E\TE\\H. DI11VEire i to Lake Butler Friday. 4
    triplets during dull times, and ii'W'. ,, .twill be is'eussumv for thu I Ii I'
    News of Fralick of
    Florida in Short Paragraphs. I _ Pcwey Providence, passed -
    exempting the "common people" from : i'omit u- to provide the additional! fnulitii I
    .. i I through hero one day! hl! .. I
    I .YW.n.MK.I/ILYrIY'N.LIISYp..vn4NYMYWp.Y *.AYWY61nN1.rrxplYNpINNVI\ nil F. LEY
    I t.i\i-( amid making the "dam corpouittona - (am"assistance to the county ( )

    j 1 pay up or git out!" whoopee! tax n'sisM>.r.-Leosburg l Commercial.. I i President; Wilson sends greetings to (George; Miller: spent part of last '. J 1
    i Live Sic t'rlllllus'l'! I week with Ins uncle, Bryant\ Ifieis, ofiniiicxMllo 1 j"
    jstate dews i semper abolish ; | the :Methodists and following is the ( ",
    I I Cud; !" And hell's to pay, and we are SOMK: or nnI; itriiM'rusOK : cable message: "I um deeply) inter-

    I : fama.Npf" ............. r.,",' .p1R..NIN........._...Y/r.YYI I I Iu heating the pitch! That the trend of I 'mi roitii() :\10 1'01: ((O111'.1NYWithout i' ested to learn of the effort you are i i'about ;| U. \\'. I'aMvvoll, county agent was in

    Told by Our Exchanges. the fool) today in legislative halls and to make to secure the needed'money :Miller Tuesday: vaccinating hogs for i i+

    I u .. _ II in sub-cellar "Rod holes.-Tampa I going into particulars, the I'' for the expansion) of the woik | J. L. Brown There seems to be some
    ___. Tribune. following items will triV'1 sane Idea 'of the :Methodist church and wish to I infection of cholera among hogs in "J JI

    .-- of the value the I.'ordlotol': onipany J extern! my most 'orllilll good wishes this! vicinity and every farmer shoulduse "

    { Persistent rumors arc afloat to the I j 1 Messrs. Everett Tyson and Troy I t"\T\Xlm 1 \'ISllll.l'J.l'ES: was to the Government of the United; for the !success of I the effort." I P'l'ryIeallS at his command to

    effect that Henry For l, Detroit man- Norman were visitors to tho State State in t. cull for the of control this disease. :Mr. Caswell will
    --- smelts The Hour Has Stnii-k.
    ufacturer of automobiles that bears I \ -This is the
    [ Saturday. I' war: : be glad to give any information in .
    his name, proposes to establish an assembly I Rev. Norris of LaCrosse, filled hisappointment The more one studies the questionof Moro' I ilui .' 000.000) Btoi'1.: helmets. last week before the great drive which [i regard to prevention und treatment
    of and I begins Sunday : IS.
    state May
    plant at Uldsmar. here separation county tax Fifty thou- j
    Saturday and Sunday of hog ChOJr'I"lIiss ,
    sources, the better one is satisfied. Order for 6,000) 12-cj.lmder Liberty sand<1 :\Il'"ts. in Florida and many I Imore r i
    I I Motors Over 1,000 had been delivered) :\ Johnnie I Klvers spent thoweekend
    Gainesville has been chosen the with the promise of mow equitable) than fifty thousand friends. of i iI
    as Mr. and :Mrs J. S. Norman and sister 'I :
    1 when the armistice was> signed, and the I with :Miss :Mildred Roberta,
    city in which the Twenty-Fifth An- I :Mrs. Hill!!, spent Sunday at tho taxes for all kinds of property.' Comptroller l'hul'l'h.I1pruYl'rfully and nnxiouvly of Lake Butler.
    nual State Convention of the United home of :Mr.' and :Mrs.' J. C. Clemmons, | Ernest! Amos recently hud an we were just sinking! our producing I awaiting the dawn of the nextI.ords' ,| y F,
    S. Blown
    (eupacity. .I. attended court at Luke
    Daughters of the Confederacy will near Lake Butler. article in the larger dales of Florida, I day when the militant forces'I' t
    10,01X1) Caissons, for 155 'City Saturday.
    be held in May, 1920. :Mr. and :Mrs. V. R Reddish and showing the average county's division mainly world-wide :Methodism\ will march I I II I
    I daughter, Miss Eva, attended church of.taxes. and the state's share relative gun :Something; over 8,000() de I forth under the Idood-hathcd banner [I II F.dmund: l Reeves, of Worthmgton,

    Wifuchula shipped over 12,">,000 here i to that of the county. From this one of Christ to aihieve a victory marvel (mused through here one day lust
    i I Sunday.J.
    I boxes of citrus fruit this year, and C. I'oppell, of Starke, was shaking -1 learns that on the present basis oft feet Order) for 112 "Eagle", boats, 200 ,lous in its inception nnd to be stupendons I i|,I week. i
    long, 25 feet beam. Somethinglike ,
    the Flotilla' Advocate of that city an- |I hands with friends here Sunday. i t taxation the railroad and telegraph' in its results. I Il Irvin, Mouglass, who is in the United
    2' delivered when the order
    I nounces that truck growers have made i iI j|i :Messrs. J. S. Norman, O. J. Phillips properties in the average county just redutid I to (H U: The balance will was be :l But this week is one of greatest, activity :' States :Navy': i is> spending a ten-day '

    as high as two thousand dollars per and Bill Thornton were business visitors about take care of the state's portionof finished The work of completing the 'furlough, with relatives hero Ho has

    I acre. I to Starke Friday. I the taxes collected, leaving the remainder :' than by the 8,000 1st Trueks.of August.More :Mote. than j I organisation'and! perfecting the doI \bees in European: waters since tho i

    I of the property now taxed to : tails of the financial is declaration of war against (;l'I'1I111111.
    :Mrs I). L. Phillips and daughter, 25,000:; .legultir I"ordII'S.. :Moro t than I campaign engaging -
    : ; To date Florida has shipped out :Mrs W. N. Norman, visited Mrs. E. pay the expenses of county and school : the attention of all who are Ills many friends were greatly sur- .
    (i.OOO ambulances. j
    fruit and vegetables aggregating Milliard, of the Water Oak section work. I looking foivvaid to high achievement.Weeks pl'isp,1I 111'11 on last, Saturday night (.
    ( ) for
    ! 29,103 cars, which is the equivalentof I Friday. Last wl'l'kIe outlined the possibilities i- -100,00(1, Because( Cylinders of the Liberty Motors of- and months", have passed in he and :llsa, :May Similar, of 1'rovi- "

    one thousand trains each thirty I .DIr and Mrs. Lacy Underhill, of of county taxation once the the work on this article superiority, the I securing pledges to the League of Intercession deni'e, nioG" rl over to Lake City1111 \

    cars long, approximately two million Pine Level, attended church here Sunday dread of overpaying state taxes is removed government 1 I and tithing! and no stone vivre quietly married. They left Tuesday :.n '
    placed the order with t the Ford ,
    I but confined ourselves to' has for Norfolk Vii. The a
    feet of train! we buen left unluinod that pointedto many
    I |I the advantages of being able to assess :Motor Company to make all the cylinders the success of the undei.taking. friends of this happy young couple !

    Supt. Trice announces another gift; I Ithe proper proportion of taxes upon for all the Liberty original Motors Let us carry out the Standard Plan wish, them a happy! and prosperous

    to the Baptist orphanage at Arcadia, wild land whether held in large tracts made in America. The order. to the very letter, and lot the remaining life.

    the largest the institution has ever for speculation or held in small acreage was practically completed when the I days of the campaign be days of The old Spanish! I sporting spirit ,
    Comment l armistice was signed and a now order
    received. This comes from a Methodist Qress ] ; for ultimate farm or grove use. unbroken intercessory prayer and has come back in the persons of Harry
    for :300,000 had been entered.
    brother, he says, and amountsto II In that line of assessment alone, our ; fullest consecration to the one work Pinkston, Johnnie Ward und George +
    beI county's valuations could be increased 700,000 Bearings for the Liberty before ,
    15000. Some of this will not I us.Centuries Johnson. On last Saturday they met
    : Motor Here again the Government recognued
    available at once, it being made in Burleson says the newspapers are fourfold in a single; year and no injustice the superior quality of the- have been pointing to this to try the metal of some game; chick

    the form of a will and bequest trying to ruin his. As a matter of done to anyone. I bearings made by this Company, and auspicious hour, and generations yet ellS that each pressed.' When tho
    But there is another source of taxes unborn will rise to bless me'm-' roosters thrown into the
    up our were ring
    fact they merely looking while
    are on placed the order with us for all bearings -
    Three companies of Home Guards he 'does the job himself.-Clearwater that is almost untouched, partly on for the Liberty Motors made in''I ory if we are true to the trust reposedin they realized what was up. In about

    were held under arms in Tampa Thursday Sun. account of the inadequacy of the present I the I us at this time. And God even our the tenth round Pinkston knocked,
    United States. On this order
    to be in readiness to suppressany 1 I II tax .law and. partly for the same over God, will cause his face to shine upon Johnson) out. Not being satisfied Ward
    400,000. bearings had been delivered.. I
    demonstrations by radicals in Just what was the matter with the reason that wild lands arc assessedat I I us. and grant salvation to millions of threw" his game in and in a few minutes V
    700,000 Cylinder Forgings for Lib-
    that city. But they were not needed.If I last Congress; has puzzled the nation, such a low figure. This is the invisible erty Motors. Once again the Government 'I earth's sons and daughters through he was out of business. So ended f'if

    the "Reds" had contemplated any but the fact that a majority lookedon value-personal! property that recognized the superiority of our faith and service. the chicken fight. ?t

    rrfeeting! they were called off and May toothpaste as a luxury ought to does not show records and is not given Ford work, and placed orders with j I I Surely with these blessings mail 11
    Day passed quietly. in by the owner. This consists largely possible our business men can recede
    throw some light on the subject. the Company for all the cylinder
    New York Herald.It of money loaned At interest, either on I from much of their business for a few MICKIE SAYS
    forgings for all the Liberty :Motors
    Otto Smith, a Gadsden county soldier (notes of land, personal property security days and, our women from many of
    made in America. Over
    400,001)) had I
    who returned about a month has been hinted that perhaps the such as "storks and bond, and been d.|")" !'1'l'II. details of domestic responsibility andgive ""TM6 BOSS IS "TOO OLD t% i(
    from France committed suicide on 1110I't af'es. It included also very I themselves fully to the '
    ago 1eI'II'im.Mwork "< T DRAPTED BOtVIA.
    reason some of the cattle men arc A largo volume of experimental &\ f j,
    Tuesday afternoon of last week by often large sums of money. on deposit I of centenary endeavor Not
    opposing the proposed compulsory I work was done in building three ton &4 ue'eBtt 00'S fi)
    in banks either "
    his brains with double on chocking accountor "forry, but all
    blowing out a generations are Tanking -
    dipping law so strenuously is because military tank, and the Governmenthad JESt THE SAME '1'.1(1AI..L."t -\ ft
    barreled shot lie spent six savings accounts. to see us do our in healingthe
    gun. of the fear that their cattle may be jut placed orders for l.r>,000) ) of part FR@t AoD" R1'\S\N' Hm'
    months in France on the battle front Under our present law the tax assessor wounds. of n war-torn humanityacross
    counted and placed on the tax books. RtN-T& THE. R1i0CROSS'N
    I the small, two men, military tanks, we pan
    and suffered from shell shock\ from We hardly think this is true.-'oonti-:' takes what i is visible and the and :It.ooO of the six ton. military all seas, and lit our own fire 154 IiQeQ1'.., ,

    which he had never fully recovered. cello News.If remainder escapes. In states where sides.. We will not disappoint them LOAN'NTN@ w,9.9.'NTE
    tanks Cancellation came before more .
    each person has to declare his property - 9
    than a dozen or so tanks had beendelivered. WAR c:. e.'N TVAB.THC. u
    The first carload of watermelonsto on oath, this> invisible property is MILL1'ItMay :: {
    the Legislature follows the suggestion Hut the foundations hud '. c..A.'N, RECRU5'r. r1 ;
    leave the State of Florida this! sea- turned in. It happens that we are I (
    of Governor Catts and -t'Pl 1N@ S'rBtLOIAN
    provides "At'
    been laid and the super-structure almost \NOr CAM:
    more familiar with the Jndianu lf J. J. and .
    son has been bought by Goldsmith a fire department for the Everglades prac- Bl'illin family, R8\SF'N N\R. )
    & Rosenthal of New York City from tire that with that of any other state, completed for tin enormous building of Providence, was visiting relatives Ir
    \ it be as wise to providealso V BV'RVIMINV, .
    I may In which! we intended making MOOVICW tt
    E. II.[ King, of Ft. Myers, who has for stations, as muchof although Florida is the only place I here ono day last week.
    produced the early in previous pumping where we have ever lived that it was I tanks alone. Of course, this budding Kurio: Brown, who has been intending
    crop the 'glades has as a rule, been tt
    in useful !in the
    mighty enlargement
    not to declare school at Lake Butler
    seasons. The melons were bought and subject to overflow.-Plant City necessary separately j I spent the ,'c o.
    all the items of 'I of our business week-end with his Mr. and Irr+t7d'
    shipment made Wednesday, April 30. Courier. personal property one parents,
    owns. In Indiana they have I Motion picture: reels in behalf of I Mrs. B. E. Brown. '
    The Press adds: "Mr.: Rosenthal is'' township : I I:'
    in the city now, as is also A. W. Fitzgerald -i We strongly suspect that under assessors however, and the work is Liberty Loans Keel Cross, and Patriotic Mr. und Mrs. II. C. Peoples spent! "tilft, :;
    Fund work were made l by the j t
    who is a buyer for them. It the guise of zeal for the welfare of done with as much care as is exercisedin Saturday and. Sunday with their I l : < '\\+
    Company and supplied to the Government
    is understood that the price paid for the schools and school teachers some taking a census. These township daughter, Mrs. C. Sullivan, of Ther- u per/ t i io i
    in sufficient quantities to ,
    serve a
    the of melons about assessors visit every house in their essa. r
    shipment was
    men in this state are doing their best I v ;
    the entire United States in Motion
    $700 and that the pickings up to May to "bill" the voter into thinking them townships, take the names of all ad- George Miller made a business trip c
    I'i tul'es.lotion: reels in volumes
    10th were bought from Mr. King by timber for the state superintend- ults residing in each house, secure to Providence Saturday. 1Y
    good the affidavit of the head of the sufficient to serve the armies l Harry Pinkston business visitor
    the same firm. 'cncy of education.-Tampa Tribune. familyas was a l'\\
    of the United States in France, Italy
    to all personal property as well as to Sturke Thursday.B. .
    Miss Mary Lou Hankins, daughter The Legislature would save the peo- real estate listing these on blanks and Palestine were furnished by the I E. aid J. L lIrown attended the J.
    Picture of theFord
    printed for the purpose, and covering Department trial of Douglass and Smith at Lake
    of II. S. Hankins, citrus canker inspector ple an immense amount of money if
    of had safety every item of possession down to tho Motor Company. ,: City who was charged with the
    Largo, recently a I it would thin out the horde of inspec- i
    We also than
    watch fob worn by the more $1,000,000 murder of John Fralick and Mar
    from her At that young sprout son,
    pin removed no e. tors, demonstrators and agents '
    of work In the production of specialdevices
    the age of four years she accidently are swarming over the state so thick just entering high school. This listis tin. I ,1

    pushed a small safety pin into her that you can hardly fire off a gun sworn to by the head of the house, : the British for Government.We the Naval Department. of I Mrs.' Lizzie! Lewis, of Jacksonville, !
    the township assessor being a notary. i is visiting friends and! relatives here.
    her Half
    nose. She and mother thinking without hitting one. these peo-
    I In his to the ,, also furnished the Governmentwith J. S. Howard of Dukes in this .w.ur 1I, "J
    that in sneezing the pin came out, ne- ple are superfluous and more than report county assessor ) I II was i U u* r
    275 skilled! mechanics for work ,t I
    glected to. seek medical aid. As she half are incompetent.-Ocala Star. the township! assessor either okeys I ** I communnity one day last week
    grew older her hose be came obstructed I the affidavit or states his belief that in France. I 11. C. Peeples! made a business trip ,11i11,
    We also, through/: our Chemical Laboratory -
    and easy to bleed and finally she State of Florida says it can't pay it !is too high or too low as the case )I I with
    cooperated the manufacturers '
    I may be. The county assessor, if he ''m
    breathe it. j but of
    became unable to through teachers decent salaries, some : of musks for the UnitedStates H
    They decided then to seek medical : the legislators think it can find the thinks the discrepancy justifies! it, Army..gas \a

    aid. The pin with bony growths was money to build two $70,000 normal notifies the affiant of the doubt on INSURE WITH

    removed, after having been in her'' schools. Why not use for normal his returns and the matter is adjustedbefore i An average ot 1,000( men and women //ll'

    nose seven years. school some of the big high school the tax books are turned over were employed by the main factory JOS.E.WILSON

    I buildings that are standing idle during to the county auditor. I: at Highland Park; fi.HOO men at STARKE FLORIDA
    The first the Ship Building/ Plant the River I ,
    thought of those who are : on
    the '
    last vacation months and
    An inquest was held night upon put I
    not familiar with this Rouge 4,000 men employed at the "
    will be
    the body of Frank Smith, a negro, $140,000 on the teachers' salaries?-
    that it throws new Blast Furnace in course of con-
    open to the public the
    who had been found drowned at Ocala Star.Teachers.
    I smallest details of a man's business'' struction on the Rouge; ; 2.10 men employed FIRE-LIFE-BONDS-AUTOMOBILE ;}
    Stuart on Sunday evening.
    and his personal affairs. That, how ) at the f'uiburetor, Plant, or an ,
    George II. Smith's investigation revealed all over the State are i
    that the dead man had been kicking because of the small salaries ever is not the case. Only the completed I'[I average of 45,000 employees' practically -

    the victim of an accident to whichit paid and many of them declare they records in the county assessor's all on 100) per cent Governmentwork _
    office are public records and these do under a standard l eight hour I i'5 ,; --- -- -- -
    might be difficult to find an exact- will seek other fields of labor. We do
    not carry the detailed assessment that day and a minimum wage\ of $5 a Irr
    ly similar case on record. He had not blame them. The county school

    gone !in bathing clothed in a pair of board will pay their clerk or county appears on the township blanks. They I day 11cz j

    overalls, but, the overalls being tied superintendent $200 to $JOO; per carry merely the completed assessment -
    The Quinine That Does Not Alfccl The Jn.rrnnNN
    month and if he to take exactly as is carried on tho
    tightly around his ankles at the bottoms yet, was>
    books in any county in Florida today of In tnnlr end lim.flvi> rfftI I l.AXA- .',I f p pI pI
    had filled with such a weight of charge of a country school having 130; TlVh; 'liKOMO (jIIISI.t!' : (lul, .'h'' ran Ilukin.
    water that the unfortunate man had ,I! scholars the best he could hope for And the assessment is a just assessment l by linyintf, without' ruiminil nirvnnenrw: ur rinMlititin ': :;---
    because l'i lu-nil t W.t.KIAKS: milnntun 'ern" l 1. < >'
    iron: dragged under and drowned would be $100 per month. If 10 it everything/

    when he got out of his depth. The overalls I j mills are nut enough; to pay decent a man owns, assessed as he and the I I f!k

    > burst open, owing to the mass I :salaries then raise the mi Huge. :Many assessor agree upon its value WITH MICKIE SAYS I

    of water confined in them when the cities. in the North assess M mills or DEDUCTIONS FOR WHAT liE I 'IIO\Ci' THIS \4 fcAR BLANK: \ .

    body was being dragged ashore. more and get good teachers for the OWES ON TAXED PROPERTY. In WAVE ANEWSrTEM FOR.
    other words, the manwho lends the
    money. Do not expect a $1''io;; per month 'iwE PAVER "MB.NHOO'Z6 ,
    I St. Petersburg citizens arc sore over teacher to do the work of one who money pays the tax on the money andthe ) WHO.1'IIiS TEN MILES FOrIMMERE '

    the action of a resident, R. II. Jackson is worth $150; per month.-:Moore' property owner pays the tax onI' AND IIAS ALWAYSfRA0E0 : I Ford cars arc important servants every (

    who owns the field l in which Lieutenant Haven Times. his equity. | IN ANOtHERTOWN, I where. They help the family enjoy life ,

    -P. I. Lankev was! burned to. I We believe that such system: of taxation | NAoSN out CITS TOON AND

    death in hit plane, has put in a claim I I While the editor of a certain newspaper is the most equitable that has ; PURCHASED A. ttoo BILL ofOOOOS bring the pleasures and advantages of

    for $10 to cover damage( he nays was '1 was away from home he left been devised and it will be particularly AT Bk.ArMM.'fi" STOO.K the town within reach of the farmer and

    the field THe hid of minister of just when applied county by ,
    done to his fence around I paper in charge u countyas AND. WAS:. SO VM&VA.x.6""k.6O service in
    fence was struck b> the wing: of the the gospel. During the minister's stay would be the case in the event the 'TMA1.. V4C. ANNOUNCED VMS give practical every day country -

    plane in which Lieutenant Lankey was '.I in the office the following letter came proposed, separation of state and com I INtENr10N OP "TQ..ou..c;, IN. and town. They require a minimumof

    flying and one post damaged. Later in from a subscriber: "I know very ty taxes in Florida is brouht about THIS CtlS .
    so''I That m where the Indiana law MEBt&etCR SO ME attention ; any one can run the Ford
    the firemen knocked down a post well that I paid my subscription to fulls : CAN AVAIL. WMNASEv-P OF THE

    that the fire truck could get to the your paper the last time I was in/ the short of the !ideal, for a'lse"sm"nt'l''' MICV4: GRADE OOOOS AND" "INt and care for it, but it is better to have

    blazing plane. Now Jackson is asking office. If I get any more letters from have not always been on a par allover "

    the government to pay him $10 l for I'i I''' :you\ as I received last week, I will the state and a recent law enartpa VALUES" *. T BLAMVt'S" NO repairs and replacements taken care of

    the damage lone. Citizens here are come in and maul hell out of you" r>> the Indiana legislature to com CNAROEsVPeoc NEw"TeMf: Ii. fiO, Q. by those who are familiar with the work !'

    protesting and if Jackson insists on The minister answered the note like pel a full valuation assessment has f

    being paid the citizens here will con- I I this: "I have been trying to get that caused no end of trouble and dissen- I and have the tools, the genuinematerial,

    tribute the money so that no claim of out of the editor for ten years and if siim throughout that state With the PRETS't GASVt 1N0.0,1'JE61 and skilled men to do the work prompt- 1'

    this unusual kind can be presented to you will come down and maul it out assessment of each county separate wall tl+L GUElSN01twS

    the war department. of him, then, my dear sir. I have from the rest and the same percentageof DOSS 9EE9- ly.Ve pledge Ford owners the reliable

    twenty members af my church I full value taken on all property twatN6we Ford service with real Ford and tl

    WOODLAWNMrs. will let you operate on."-Exchange. in that county, there can be no cause s-S e s parts

    for the trouble that Indiana now standard Ford prices. '

    ( W. II.( Norman and daughter, We believe in taxing. heavily "in struggles with. II

    of Jacksonville, spent last week herewith alienable rights!" What business hasa Again we must call attention to FORD GARAGEA.

    her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. man got with rights anyhow, especially : the point made last week regardingthe

    Phillips.Mr. those that cannot be taken tax assessor of the county. It is w. & G. A. ANDERSON Proprietors )t

    and Mrs. Limbaugh of Starke, away from him? And we announce not possible for one man to accomp- STARKE

    attended church here Sunday. for governor on this platform-that lish all that must> be done in case the ,

    Mrs. E. F. Hill of Law-ley, spent and taking back riparian properties proposed system is installed. If the FLORIDA'I

    Saturday and Sunday here the guestof formerly sold, "for the use of the legislature does not provide adequately ,m'

    relatives people," and holding the employer re- for carrying on the work when it ,



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    Bradford County Telegraph r'-I' : ''I ). STARK K er care of our underpaid pastors ando perdoni ai'e till required. -- ; recruited" and I rulm-d tihrlaliiu stir
    7Iblr: "Jjlve
    .. BUYii.k iO; TO F1t.1NCI furnish houses of worship for those ruuj anti lils. uaauiuiU's TO "Our American Expeditionary Tore i' must'! not be demobilized.\ All our experience
    ---- a brief resume", of lied Cross war
    vho unable to build evacuated England, the
    -- churches; to having largely In the war shows clearly that
    Published Weekly, and entered as second N. I). Wainwright Ue-onli-ts Following aku care of the foreigners at out door to the American people, to activities of tile lied Cross Cominl( ; 'there Is an unlimited, field for serviceof
    whom the Ited Cross belong, and whose
    class: matter at the post-office it Hit. l ithirffe. ind to help the European peoplevhow contributions, have made slon there are naturally upon a diminishing the kind which can be performed

    Starke Florida. and has been ravished by war; to sup- generous possible scale period. Active operation with peculiar efferth, -enexs by the lied
    all that has heen accomplished."Iurlng
    .--= The following taken from a recent ,ly the heathen people with the gos-! the are !btlll In progress In Archangel and Cross. What Its future tasks may bIt
    - i i.'sue of u Mobile: daily will be of interest .icl. past nearly twenty-one Siberia I Impossible to forecast Vf.

    K. MATTHEWS! : Editor and Owner.J. to Starke friends of Newn After the address the ladies of the months the American people have "The work In Italy has been almost know Is yet that so long us thl'rilis an American
    In cash and the
    given supplies to
    C. ROBiNSON: : Associate Editor.II Wninwright Jr.: hurch served refreshments on the 'I American Iced Cross more than $100- entirely on behalf of the civilian population I' army In the Hold the Ked Cross

    "Considering himself one of Uncle lawn, much to the delight of those 000000. No value can be placed upon of that country. In the critical will have special function to perform.
    Sum's:: : unluckiest soldiers because he present. hours of Italy's struggle the American "Nothing could ho of greater, importance -
    I the contributions of service
    II I = MY1912J) I'(ouldn't j go overseas, Newnan D. .--- been given without stint and oftentimes people, through their lied Cross senta to the Amerli'im. lied Cross than

    ; TUe iW IO _.. M7 I Wumwright, of Starke, Fla.? applied WHITE-IIULL I nt !great sucrlflce by millions practical message> of sympathy and< the plans Just set'! In motion by the tiregreat
    tn the army recruiting station here of relief, for which the government and Ked Cross societies. of the world
    I .
    I rr: ":-Tr3d !' for .enlistment was accepted and has The inurrluo is announced of Miss I "The effort of the American led people of Italy have never ceased .to develop a program+ of extended activities

    beensent away, soon to be Bailing fort ; Rose :Mary Hull/ and :Mr. George J. i Cross In this war has constituted: by their gratitude. In the Interest of humanity.The .

    4 I t runce, where he will have his wishes White, Saturday May 10th 1019! at far the largest voluntary gifts of 8upplle and Personnel to Near East. conception Involves, not alone efforts -

    12J314T5T6Iff Il'Utife'l.i Jacksonville.The money, of hand and heart ever contributed "The occasion for !such coneentra- to relieve human suffering bat

    Jll I "Wamwright; told the recruiting of- wedding took place at 7 p. m., purely for the relief of human 1'tion of effort In Italy England.: . Ilel- to prevent It ; not alone u movementby

    I I tu-ers that he had served\ sly months in the parlors of the First Christian I suffering.! Through the Ited Cross glum and even In Frnnro having naturally the people of an Individual nation

    in the :Marine corps when the United I church Rev. J. T. tloone pastor! of the the heart and spirit of the whole and' normally" diminished, It has buj an attempt to amuse all people to

    : 18J9i202i2224: States went into the war and that he ,church officiating. American people hove been mobilized been possible to .divert supplies antipersonnel a sense of their ronslhlllty| ;; for the

    f gut into the 19th company of he lo'th: The bride is a charming young woman to take care of our own to relieve the In large ineiixtiro to the old' welfare of theU- fellow beings through

    2526tt28.2| :J31( 'depot' brigade, thinking he would get and was gowned in white georgette misery Incident to the war and nlsr'! of those' people In the Near East who out the world It Is a program: both

    'iverseas service He was disappointed crepo, with hat to match, and carried to reveal to the world the supreme" have hitherto been ImiccesslMe. to outside Ideal and practical.' Ideal In that .It*

    and. remained in harness one year a bouquet of carnations.Mr. Ideals! of our national life assistance., hilt whose sufferings'! supreme, aim Is nothing less'! than veritable

    a Y 1" FRANK: AISTIX DROPS DEAD and four months without leaving: the : White is connected with the "E\I'r'une who has had any part In have been upon im appalling' "('Ille. "I'oace on cirri good will to

    AT IIKilll.AM(; I. \ST I'RIDVYHighland. American i soil when he was mustered I postal service here and both he and this war effort of (the Ited Cross Is entitled The needs, of these I peoples lire so vast men," ami practical In that It seeks to

    out :March 21st. his bride have a wide circle of friends1" to congratulate himself. No that government nlmie can meet them take means and\ rites stu'es which are

    t t i :MiI'S: I ';.--11'. A. Witt of "Iteing at the adventurous! age:, th u I II who will!.!.! wish them a life. .of happi-- I thnnks from anyone could br equal( In but the American. H.I l Cross Is making actually available m lIII l muke them effective -

    s : Jacluunville.1'"- a visitor: young man insisted that he must get I ness. They are pleasantly located at I value to the self satisfaction'! everyone an effort to relieve. ( Immediately the In meeting II hout delay the

    here Thursday.' I into some of the experiences over :iOI 1(1! :Market street where they are | should<1 feel for the part taken. more acute cllKtrexi.' crisis which Is dully recurrent In the

    _ Frank Austin, a resident of this there. and signed his name to the enlistment receiving,: their fJ' ends.-Times.Union.1| Fully R.OOO.OOO! American women have "An extensive group: of American lives of all peoples.Tor .

    I Section for a great many years, fell that makes him a soldier fOl'8l'veral :May 12th.hiIX'I'I'.iL. exerted themselves In Red Cross! sere workers bus been dispatched to curry accompli shl nit Its! mission,! In

    r, ) dead at tho home of his [brother John years lie was sent to Birmingham -- ice. vitally needed Miic-| |,|| .f and to work the years of peach which must He

    Austin Friday evening. :Mr. Austin from which point he will UI''PJLS OF mI: I Has Over 17,000,000 Adult Member this winter In the various Balkan coun- ahead] of us the IN-d Cross will requirethe ]

    had suffered several attacks of heart be transferred to another station to WALL "When we entered the war the tries. In order co-ordinate their activities ablest possible leadership, and

    trouble but none lately, and was feeling go into the cavalry brunch of the ser- I American Red Cross had about nriO.OOO[ n Balkan 'ommNslou has beenestnbllshed must enjoy the continued, support' sym

    very well when the end came sud vice." At a recital given by the pupils of I members. Today. as the result of the with headquarters at pathy, and participation':' In Its work
    .-.- : her home Christmas Home Italy, fl't tau which point' none] of the whole Amerlcun'' people It Ispnrilenlnrly
    denly. Me was ifi yours old and leaves Mrs A. E. Wall ut May recent membership Roll
    Oth'l all the Balkan centers can be reached
    one son, three brothers' '!, one sister' and MISS TA'it'M INTIRTAIXS: :\ the following program was : Call there are upwards of 17.000.00O r"l.tlllllllf'lhnt such n man
    numerous other relatives besides, a Part I full paid members outside of the members promptly. as I Ur l.l\'Illusion: I'll ''und should have
    "A commission has reached Poland
    Just -
    host of friends to mourn his loss. The Friday evening from nine to twelve I of the Junior lied Cross numbering been selected'! as the permanent head &.
    :March\ Militiiire (Shubcrt)-Iris Ep'onrA'lll'et with doctors and nurses, medical
    interment was made in Long ranch! o'clock the Ilambow Circle and, n num- i perhaps 0,000,000( school children of the organl/utlon. The unstinted
    temetl'rnear :Maxvillc.Mrs. jber of their friends were entertainedby person, : \ Livingston. additional. supplies, and food for sick children fashion In which all our people gave
    I and invalids.] An American fled Cross
    II. C1. Wimbevly;\ and Miss Win- !Miss Lucile Tatum, ut the home of First: Waltz (Schmoll)-Elizabeth "The chief effort of the Red Cross' Commission has so been appointed themselves throughout the war Is I'I'or
    A ndrews.March -N
    during the hm been for /best: assurance that our Red Cross
    ifred Wimberly we.e shoppers in her parents on :N. Walnut street. war to care
    I to aid In relieving'the suffering of Ilus- twill
    : of the Little Seges (Selected /
    Jacksonville :Monday.Rev. (james, '!, victrola and piano music our men In service and to aid our sinn prisoners still confined\ In German continue to receive that co-opera- v
    James Strickland was a visitor were enjoyed for some time, after ) !| army and navy wherever the Red prison Lion which will make Its work a source j jof

    j to :Morriston for the weekend which the hostess, assisted by :Misses Sing, Robin, Sing (Selected)-Isla Cross may he called on to nnslst. As "An camps Important commission Is still pride and Inspiration to every Amel'f 4 j-

    Hans Austin, of Starke, was here Audrey Johns: Ethel Griffin and Vivi- Poppell. to this phase of the work Surgeon General I working In Pulostlnp. Through the lean.
    Gruztlla Waltz (Schmoll-Florence) Ireland of the U. S. chairman of the International
    f served punch, cake and Army recent Mr. Davlonn, as -
    Saturday attending his brother's fu rvtte Floyd war special co-operation has been
    Andrews. ly said : 'The Red Cross' has! been an Commission of the American
    neral. candy. given to the Armenian cud Syrian Re-
    Through the Years (Carrie Jacob enterprise as vast as the war itself. Red! Cross, has undertaken to represent '
    this evening were
    C. A. Pringle and children of Max- Those enjoying I hot Commission which was the only '
    Bond), vocal-Jessie Thomas. From the beginning It has done those the American Red Cross In the
    ville visited relatives here Sunday. :Misses Ethel Griffin Vivirctte Flo'd.Kute agency able to carry relief In the In-
    Doris Longing For Home/ (Jungman), pi- things which the Army Medical Corps preparation of the program for extended
    Owen W. :Marr returned Thursday Young, Audrey Johns "tenor of Turkish dominions.
    nno-Ruth Poppell.Ave wanted done, but could not do Itself.' Red Cross activities, and will spend
    from a few days' visit with relatives Law Nellie Stearns'!, Hazel Warren; Red Cross Will Continue.
    Maria Gounod violin-Doris "The Red Cross endeavor In France months in
    Walter ( ), !! )I the next several Europe in
    in Wainwright Harry Canova "Red
    Jacksonville Joe Cross effort Is thus far flung.
    v Law has naturally been upon an exceptionally consultation with other Red Cross (Od
    f h F. :Mercer, of Jacksonville, was attending Kuhl, Augustus Long, Charley Part II large scale where service has : It will continue to be so. But the sties for that purpose.
    business here Johns Canova Carr Colley, John movement represented by this work
    to Levy
    Thursday been rendered to the American ;
    Piano duet Charge of the Uhlans Army THE WAR COUNCIL OF TilE) AMERICAN
    II. McPherson Maxville Ritch and John Carey of Valdosta.MOTHER'S has likewise assumed an Intimate placeIn I
    : i spent ( liohm)-Eva Epperson, Iris Epper and to the French Army and the' RED CROSS.
    the dally life of our people at home.
    Monday here with his daughter, Mrs French people as well, tbe latter particularly Henry P. Davison, CbalnMUi.
    C. E. Wilkinson. DAY AT TilE BAPTIST son.Study The army of workers which(), has. ._been
    ) CHURCH Op. 45, Nos. 16 and 18 (Hel during: the trying; period

    t' ler); Octave study (Concone)-Iris when the Allied World was waiting - .
    EVERGREEN for the American Army to arise In I
    observed last Epperson. .
    Mothers' Day was '
    Under the Stars Selected force and power. Hospital emergency ,
    ( )
    I Evergreen, May 16.-Delbert Sapp Sunday at the Baptist church, and the Will The service for our army In France has I| "Get your Second. from a reliable dealer. 1 handle the Goody ear brand
    0' Wisp (Jungham)
    was a visitor to Highland Sunday af following program was rendered at Margaret Livingston.Just greatly dlminlshed,-but the Red Cross II. I IIs 30..31.2 non-tkid.regular $20 Tire, will be .old SATURDAY and MON.

    ternoon. the different services: still being: called upon for service j DAY for 1650.
    For Today (Jane Abbott) ;
    Misses Laura and Machel Wilkinsonwere Hymn. scale In the base ,
    upon a large great ,IlJospltals.
    Thinking (Selected-Florence) Mat R. BURROWS The Tire Man
    Invocation. ,
    guests of friends. in Highland thews. where thousand of American :
    Sunday. Hymn. sick and wounded are still receiving
    Angels' Song (Selected) Lily of the
    Mrs. :Millie Kettle and two children, Act of congress; and proclamationJ. ; attention. At these bospltals the -
    Valley Smith-Iris) Epperson.
    of Titusville, are spending a few C. Poppell. ( Red Cross supplies huts and facilitiesfor
    Orchestra Trio The of the
    days visiting relatives in this sec Solo and chorus, "Amazing Grace"Mrs. ( the amusement and recreation of
    Day (Pinenite)-Blanchard Law, cornet -
    Wall.Scripture .
    tion. -: the men as they become convalescent

    Y :Mr. and Mrs' Clarence; Cannon, of and prayer-Rev. L. W. ; Doris Law, violin; Mrs. A. E. Our Army of Occupation In Germany i
    Kickliter. Wall, piano. followed with Medical, units I' GRIFFIN & JOHNSThe
    Highland was visiting'! :Mrs. Cannon's ---....--- was prepared -
    L parents, Mr. and Mrs.' John B. Griffis I Reading "The White Flower"Miss to render the mine emergencyaid
    Sunday. 'Clower. EllerH'ddinl!' and little brother, and supply service which was the

    ; Little Roy Griffin, of Supp. spent Solo "Mother Mnl'hree"-Pnstor. I I Lewin. were in Lawtey.. Saturday. primary business of the lied{ Cross Big StoreTo
    - -- ----
    Saturday at !Mr. and :Mrs J. W. Grif- Announcements. during hostilities The Army Canteenservice
    I19.h Offering. I alone; the lines of travel has

    h Robeit Griffis mole a trip to :Max- Reading; "Followed by His Mother's' II RED CROSS GIFTS actually Increased" suite the II rill IIIUI'I!.

    vine Saturday, returning Sunday Love"-W. T. Lccky. "As for work among( the. french' / people

    J. S. Oiifli.s and family attended, the Rending "In Love With His Moth: I now that ImstllltleN, im\e reused.

    show nt the State Farm Saturday er"-:Mrs. J. T. Quigley I $400,000,000War the French themselves. naturally prefer

    night. A tribute-Pastor. as fur as possible, '! to provide fur The Public:

    Joel R. finfli million, Mollie, pass Iti-nediction. their own. It has accordingly been determined

    ed through this burg Saturday en route I'ostlude: organ and piano. that the guiding, !principle of retail Call
    to Lnwtoy. Evening Council on Retirement An- I Red Cross policy fn Franco henceforth We have opened a store, corner

    h Jeff lirillis made u trip to Lawtey Hymn nounces Cash and Supplies shall be to have punctilious regard to and Walnut, and will carry one of the largest

    i Sunday afternoon. Prayer. Its every responsibility, but to direct -
    ---- .----- Hymn. Contributed. Its efforts primarily to assisting stocks of Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, etc.? in .

    o DKrr.M: : II-:; cot'XTY ..UK.Tlirndfond : Hymn. French relief societies. The liberated the county at prices attractive to everyone. At j
    Readings: and devastated regions of France have .

    L: $ County Telegraph: "How France Began to Keep :Mothera WORKERS WILL "CARRY. ON." I been divided by the government Into present we have a full line of Groceries, part of

    Will you please: allow space for this Day"-:Mrs. F. A. Scott. small districts each officially assignedto our stock of Men's Clothing and we are expectingthe
    for the good. it may clo| ? "A Good r..f..renee"-Hornce- a designated French relief ortfanl--
    I have heard it said,( I by more than xon. Five Big Societies In World Wide Plan.H. Ita lion, balance of our stock every day, and we invite '

    t one that they do not need any infor "Mother: \lIne"-\Irs.: : Kickliter. P. Davicon Heads International "Tls American Red Cross work In to come in and look our stock over. We are

    i4 oration about farming and( that they Solo, "Unanswered Yet"-:Mr. American Red Cros Commission France was Initiated by a commissionof '! you
    know as well how to make corn and Blackwell\ Key West. eighteen men who landed I on 1'renchIIhor..s here for business and solicit your trade.
    I Dr. Livingston Farrand Permanent June IS, 1017. Since then
    ; cotton as our Scripture Reading "In Geth
    county agricultural ema- suit look
    ngent. ne." Leader of Peace Organization. some 9,01Xpersona have been upon the Before purchasing your summer at

    rolls In France of whom 7,<)HJO were
    Well perhaps they do, but some of Offering. our line---$13.50 to $32.50.GRIFFIN .
    us are badly. in need. of advice so will Prayer. actively engaged when the armistice .
    Washington.(8(1l'cla1.-Jlenry P.Davlson was signed. An Indication of the present
    you please tell Sermon.
    our county agent
    so .
    he can inform the balance of us. In Benediction as chairman Issues the following scale of the work will be obtained

    : r the first statement on behalf of the War trlID.Jl1;.1I&ct.l 8t the services of 6.WO
    : place there is quite a few of Credit for the arrangements for the I
    us who do not even know what the Mothers' Day services' belongs to Mr. Council of the American Hud Cross: I

    duties of our agent are but one thing and Mrs. J, T. Quigley, Mesdames "To the American People:

    I do know and that is he will freely Griffin, Kickliter, I'oppell and Futch, "The War Council of the American Build Now

    advise you on anything he can for the Col. Futch and the pastor Red Cross appointed by President Wilson & JOHNS

    I i) asking. Let's get together, cooperatewith NIGHT on May 10 1017, to carry on tbe OWN A HOME

    _ him, meet with him, talk with MONDAY AT THE METHODIST work of the American Red Cross during FOR YOUR CHILDREN'SSAKE t
    him as one of our best friends. He CHURCH Store
    has a much broader scope to gather tbe war at their request and by Department

    his knowledge than we di; he sees I'r. I. C. Jenkins, presiding elder of I 'Tote of the Central Committee, ceasedat U, S. Copt of Labor WSaretay ON

    ,, the best sees the worst, sees different the Jacksonville District, and Dr. J. midnight/ February 23. .. .

    plans, etc., and\ has made a long study I, II. Therrell, Conference Sunday School "Immediately the armistice was ,
    of such. So before Field signed the War Council Instituted
    you kick go talk Secretary, spoke ut the :Methodist
    i things with him. I studies to determine when the strictly -
    over Lot's work together church in behalf of the centenary
    I work of tho would
    war organization
    co-operate movement. Luke Butler ;
    together find out church was
    what he will do fir you, what he represented by the pastor, S. I, Hendrix have been sufficiently matured to en-

    charges for it, and make him feel good I and four members of his congre; able the direction of affairs to be resumed CONTRACTING BUILDING REPAIRING
    by the permanent staff. HenryP. -
    by giving him all he can do. I think gation. lmanuel church, of the :Me-
    Davlson, being in Paris when thearmistice I
    he is
    one of the
    most needed employes Clenny charge, was represented by the was signed summoned a
    Bradford county has. pastor G. E. Summers and four of
    I / conference there of the heads of all
    A Friend to the Farmer. the members.
    the Iced Cross Commissions In Europeto ESTIMATES GLADLY FURNISHEDWe
    Drs. Jenkins and Therrell gave stir-
    <' if canvass the situation. After considering
    PHI/CLASS: AM n !SMITH CONVICTEll ring addresses
    and gave us the assurance all the factors It was concluded
    ; that Jacksonville' district would
    1 to make the transition on
    go over the top in the drive, :May 18- March 1. The very fortunate choiceof have and painters availableat
    The trial of Fred Douglass and 25th. ". .oj(! Dr. Livingston Far rand at the new competent carpenters

    f Martin Smith held in Lake City last Starke's proratu is $&.000) for five chairman of the Central Committee

    t : week, for' the killing ,-f John and years and Lawtey, $1100. The amount and thereby the permanent chief executive : all times.

    Cleveland Fralick, resulted in '> verdict allotted to the :M. E. and :M. E., South of the Red Cross, makes pout-

    of murder in the Brat degree, i i. $10j,000,000; for five years. :M. E. ble the consummation of this plan under -

    wtp with a recommendation to the mercy South's allottment in $35,000,000.: The the most favorable conditions. WORK. DONE ANYWHERE IN BRADFORD
    t of the court. two methodists are going to make the
    Account Audited War .
    i :y The trial lasted for five day a ..d is drive for the subscription of the entire by Departm.nt"Detailed .

    paid to have been one of the hardest amount, beginning Sunday :May reports to Congress and a COUNTY.

    In fought legal battles in the history: of Isth and to close Sunday :May\ 25th. complete audit of Its accounts by the

    Columbia county. D. 1-;. Knight of The lorj.000,000: U to be paid 1 in War Department will constitute the
    1i Starke, was leading counsel for \nig- live annual installments. They ex- final record of lied l'Crosa activity daring

    lass and Martin and was! assisted in I Pest to go over the top next Sunday the war. Although: It has been Lumber &
    the rule to make public all expenditures Quigley Company
    the trial by James Hodges, of I.nko a afternoon the first day of the drive.
    I when authorized and to give detailed
    } !
    J City. The state was represented: by We are counting on Starke and Law-
    Information relative to all work
    State Attorney Caldwell and Gap G'llen. I tey to he in line.
    I undertaken, the War Council In turn-
    l The money is to be used to take bet-
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    ,' Walteiboro S. c., were \'I ltor" '? iiiincd to the house chamber. A resolution 2t
    :Marke :Monday. Senator 1'IId.ltU" : FARMER BROWNWhoa commending the work of the

    .'-ni-iate counsel in the suit against t r Doings At Capitol 1 sergeant was prepared but was. not intmduiel 'f

    Bits of LocalInformation the l'abo.Il',111' Line railway for the t '! before adjournment Repre-
    1r killing of J. D. Padgett! at Highland. -entntiGICI(; 'n says he was going!: to 1+
    I mad -Him1 I I',tii't'i < and that h. IKH notmisrcl .
    The capitol removal question is .
    : .1 i '11 all -ime the sex-ion" began -
    j Gingham and Percales. 12 n
    there. Itustus: looming up again. (vela is named as .
    ', 12 1 cents at Stump's.The i the sent of the lawmakers.
    See; up, there, on that bed! Don'tbe !

    L brat t......1./ Omr fnfl. Xufa.,, awl trampling down all the corn, you A resolution has !been presented) to CLASSIFlELVADVERTISING E
    r yr.e is //h. C..ep..l Tftr*. mutest bij\vcen; the Baracas 'tthe house the .
    and Philathcas began Sunday with onery cuss! Now see that you keep asking president to re-
    move the embargo on cotton, so the
    IS' and :-7 respectively' in attendance. your place.
    .. old crop cnn bo, disposed of before the
    -- Mis.: J. 1'. Quigley and J. F. Kickliterare
    I | Seems as though since had a coming of tins new crop.) i
    Dr Biggs, of Lawtey was!!! in Sturko i ha>"'el', having/ made the tri;by auto I the teachers and they are anxious I USE CE.NI' A WOKI FOR V.: VC1I ISSUE.!!
    to half holiday at lill! Jones and had a I I Gan \' :'
    Monday. mobile I secure every young! man and woman I I Mr.\ 1'utcli, of Alticlum, has intro- Innortvil IN \under' EAdvrrti.emrnta Ihl. hood
    -. -- not afliliatod with any otho'r Sunday good l feed you are mighty frisky.. diced a bill !in tho houso of represent- '1 mud bt pilil In .dome. :No mlvrrlUrmrnlfur
    A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lo tichool. ,. '.'I lives providing far the creation of olio InirrlliiH .r<<'It.d"r Ira* than tS ,
    15c at
    Bleaching Stump's.Mrs. I
    U. Green Friday.C. Now hurry up to the end of the '
    renzo two scholarships from each county in :_ -
    A contribution from Kit nt for there Smith
    persons row comes Jim goingby 1
    :\ Sinclair Peek was hostess for I the state ill the agricultural collegeat R'.1NTI'D-JO: ) to rn;() gilts; or brood
    D. Gunn, of Gainesville, spent $5 each will make up Bradford county's tho university of Florida. <1 It. .. .\ l
    the Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist and I want to talk to him a bit. sows, prefer the Durocs. n.
    of the Salvation funtl.'I'h..o .
    Sunday in Starke with friends. quota Army
    church at its meeting Tuesday after must be that number of men Hello, ;Mr., Smith! Brews Dukes. 5-Ki-tf s
    noon. il Any county paying\ ns much as $JO-() ------- 1
    I Every day is Bargain DayatStump's. and women in Bradford county who (How are you all ? OliO() into the state I treasury may keep FOR SALE

    :Mexican June corn seed at Kickli- are willing to show their appreciationof that money in the bunks nf that county FOR LE-'I'I'II: cans of lard. J. CJ
    Family well That's !
    the work this
    done by organisation.
    ; I C-9-3t.
    ter's. 6lG2t.Mr. I until called for by the state undern (Crew-' Starke.
    -------- Send remittances to George C. White No, I was down early this morning. bill by Mr.I Crews, which hns been -- _.- -

    Friday in Knight Starke with of Graham relatives.Dr. spent I :\ andII's.; D.'"T. Clark,-;;;Jacksonville treasurer_, Starke__ ._, _Fla.Men's __. '___' h_ I Going; to Stroke:: ? passed by the house. The hank shall FOR SALE-Cypress ohlnglcs, all

    j ; spent Sunday in Starke with : Felt lints. $1.00 talue-for Say, did you ever trade at D.-U'I ITJOVKS7. be I1l\l11e.11I8 state depositories but tho grades L. A. Brown, Ilrooker, Fla.nDit. t

    \V E. Muldluton). of Hampton, :Mrs. Clark's parents Mr. and Mrs.. N. $2.19 at Cash" 'llarllll'nt Store. I Well, sir, ho is stocking up state is: not requited to designate. ., i
    D, moro than three of'Mu'h banks In each --- --- - -
    business' visitor in !Starke Monday Wainwright
    was a : -- better '
    and better
    Just horse
    I every day. got county. I FOR SALE Good; young gentle )
    t I :Mrs. G. C. Livingston has returned in some Dandy) Leather Horse Collars I new harness and buggy, nt n bargain -
    Mrs.\ S. F. Hamrick and :Miss\ Ella home after u brief stay in Tampa.I I
    Fine line :Men's Suit $9.98 up at Kate Stuck! left Wednesday morning :Shortly: after the return of their mind 1 Bridles. I must gut Rastus one.I After a most interesting discussionin I,, N. D. Wainwright, Starko. V,

    Cash Department Store Washington, where they will visit daughter from college: at Gainesville, nm just sick of the old cheap canvas which Senator Igou led a fight forth i 1- 6-2-tf. a'
    for several weeks. I !' two mill tax for u stale system of -
    (Gii.; the Livingston family will
    1 collars. He (could( not give me the | highways, the bill imposing) such a tux FOH LI'-JO acre farm under wire a
    Mrs.' J. P. Robinson, of Jacksonville, to Tampa. Their removal is much I
    very | )price, as he had! just got them in and fence 1(5( cleared two miles r
    is spending this week in Starke with Allen Cunova !student of the University -' regretted here, but they will curry to meet the three million dollars of acres ;
    hadn't rccvnrd, the bill Federal all of which north of Stnrke fair buildings;
    relatives.A. of Florida was the week-end with them the best wishes or a. large aid money, is to ;
    guest! of his. I'al'l'nts11':\ and! :Mrs\ E.IE. circle of friends.* be spent under the direction of the $1,200.: Address A. G. Green, Boa
    Z. Adkins spent Friday and Sat- ,', Cano'a.i He has sunn' fancy Water Coolers. I State Road Department, hay passed 84. -l-l-tf.I ,r
    Just the thing to put in n chunk of ice tho senate with but two votes against. ._ ,-- ---'-'- '
    urdny; in Brunswick, Ga., attending to!I Judge J. T. Wills, of the circuit farm
    business. !I|i Special sale on :Men and Ladies 1 I court, returned to Gainesville Saturday and have a soul drink! this Hot Weath it, Senators" Cash unit Ilrndslmw voting FOIl tt:I miles SALE: northwest Oil) Imo.lT-IO: of La\vtey aero ; S, cnctos

    1' i Spring Shoes at Cash Depart from a meeting at 1'ulutka in the er. They run from $:!.Ot) to $15.00, "No. t cultivated over lit young
    W. 15. of V'idalia Ga. : The bill provides, Hint tho state shall ;
    Haynes' !spent
    interest of
    i j Store. the Victory'Loan i campaign 1 ami or some :'J-qunrt Ice Cream Freezers fruit trees. For sale or for rent to
    Get our price on sugar J. F. Kick- intent i i I I at which he was the principal speaker.Ho ' match the ,dollars offered by tho governnient I,' of
    liter. 5-9-2t at $: .25. Yes, all! Coolers anti Freezers for systematic road construction a family very cheap. Enquire:
    was informed by the chairman of
    ;Mrs. Frank Weebo and little daughter the loan in Putnam county that that I ers selling at last year's prices in this state. It is proposed. to Louis Hill or Peter Jorgensen Law-

    Sunday and :Monday in Starke with I I of Island drove, were visiting in county would l go over the top in the II I Coat. noru than that at wholesale now. connect every county-seat with all tho toy, Fin. 5-2-5t."
    relatives. i Starke lust week, guests of her aunt, loan Saturday.-Gainesville Sun.T. others by a hard-surfaced permanent ,, -
    r, --------- I :Mrs. Jet Johns. I Say, Jim, did, you know that De- road.! f

    Muster K. B. Goodbread. of Live ------- D. Proctor left Sunday for Day- \>' ITT" JON): L'S:; bus put in u phone ut . --- -
    k Oak, is visiting his cou..inIrs.: C. A. Mrs. Alice Longford of Lake Butler tuna where ha has accepted! a position the Lawtc Telephone, Exchange' sovto I After a quorum\ was finally secured
    , Knight. ] has been visiting. her mother, Mrs with the Daytona ;Morning journal. farmers can have the use of the in the house Saturday afternoon and IS YOUR LIFE
    ,, Wainright, and, her sister-in-law! Mrs Mr. Proctor had been in the employ I.awtey lines to Starke FREE OK I the smoking rules suspended us an in-
    Men's $2.00 Value Shirts going at i). E. Knight. ducmeent for members' to stay in their, ?
    of the Telegraph for INSURED
    over a
    By simply calling ,
    $1.29. Cash Department Store. seats Mr. Crews of Bradford
    ad! and! job man, and his friends in
    I'I Among the visitors to Jacksonville Starke will regret his leaving. U. K. Hardware Store when we want any a motion that the sergeant of arms '

    Mrs. Cora Sanders, of Jacksonville, Wednesday! were Mrs. N. T. Ritch, Lewis, a former employee of the Tel- information or any goods from Starke see that no man loft the Chamber I REPRESENT THE 11
    was the week-end guest of the Misses. Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs E. E. Canova, graph until he volunteered his servicesto he will try and accommodate us. Say, : without permission of tho speaker. n
    Baisden. 'Mry. C. A, Knight 'and cousin, Mas- Uncle Sam and served nine months, is This carried and the doors were MUTUAL LIFE INS.
    that liberal.!
    ter R. It. Goodbread. arrived Sunday to fill the Will be mighty handy guarded. Near tho end of the session
    $1.25 Heavy Blue Work -that and the Parcel I Post will save however, Mr. Crews colleague, CO. OF N. Y., THE

    Shirts, 75 cents at Stump's.Alton Men's Dress Shirts, 75c to Men's Monkey Skirl Work us lots of time and many long drives. the sentinels lion. and R. A.clashed Green,down slipped the by corri-the OLDEST COMPANYIN l''

    $3 at Stump's.Mesdames Shoes, $1.79 at Stump s. Must be going ? dor, outrunning the pursuing assistant !,
    Moore left Sunday for Ten THE U. S.
    nessee to spend several weeks with J. P. Tomlinson, J. M. Latest official photographs of the Well, so long. Be sure and stop in sergeant at arms, but ho was not fast
    enough to the fleet, long legs
    relatives.W. ,. Alvarez, R. A, Weeks and L. A. Davis beautiful children of the King and and see his stock. You will find something escape
    and 1 strong hands of SergeantatArms
    I -
    returned Saturday from Jacksonville Queen of Italy. It.s indeed a royal you will want. Griffin, of HdlshorouRh, who JOS. E. WILSON
    J. McCabe, of Camp Johnston, where they attended the convention of group in the roto-graphic section t>f caught Mr. Green just outside tho
    is visiting his wife at the home of her the Florida Division U. D. C. the New York Herald, Sunday, May I Say, KO down and) sec his Coca Cola capitol as he was preparing) to enter
    mother, Mrs. G. W. Baisden. 18th. You will want one of these for
    plant. He will show you through. a waiting automobile. lie was ro-
    Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight have as
    your home, or perhaps you will want .
    Messrs. J. T. Quigley and R. C. guests Mrs. Knight's sister, Mrs. one for your once, or you might wishto I
    Hutchinson were business visitors to 'has.. Larson, and little son, Chas. send some copies to your friends
    Hampton Wednesday. I iI Jr., of Fort Pierce and Mrs. J. C. on the oth>r side. I
    I Stribling of Jacksonville.

    Heavy yellow homespun, 15''' 1'\'IUn: CANSN'o. i

    cents at Stump's. I Prices on our Groceries are \\i-I 12.:!;> to carton $1. per 100.> I
    down to the bottom-Price a few :NIL. :H-100 to carton $3; per lOll

    Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh; has returned staples!' and be con\'inced-Cash Any QuantitySee BANK OF STARKEThe 4
    from Tallahassee where she has been'' samples of Lithographed Labels
    relatives. Department Store. for :N'o.; :'i and :3 J cans. 5,
    .. .-..----- I, Pint quart and :2-quait Screw Top t
    The friends of John W. Wil- and Glass Jars Lowest Prices.DeWITT .
    The W. C. T. U. put anti-cigarette many Top + Growing Bonk .
    the lard will be glad to know (hat he is C. JOXKSSTUCM :
    literature in the hands Sunday
    again in the States having landed in .
    school superintendents Sunday. : I.: II.OIJIDV ; t
    j Ni-wpoit.; News, Va., on April 2Jml: !

    Men's Panama lints, from 93; cents : after more than\ n 'ellr'Iservice over Bob fJray. of Gainesville, spent Friday -
    up at Cush Department Store. ,( seas. here with friends. Bob has been
    I mustered; out of Uncle Sam'S service J JAt
    I IIrs
    :\ Homy E. Freeman rod Kttle'' Peas all varieties; !)0) day velvet and is now enjoying the pleasures' of 't6aa7 fSf-- ._-- : ,
    son, of Tampa; are guests .it the }borne beans nt Kickliter's. 6-10-21. I home. It WIll be remembered that -----'I

    rt .ll,..-. .nnd1"..... .n': "+,, _A n. II. Vl'PIMll.Ul. I, Rob: was nn-- tho Tnsraniii! when' she ,
    i I :Mrs. Albert] Hartmann! and, brother, was struck by u German: submarine(

    :Misses Daisy :Moore and Jessio :Mae 'Alfonso' Hurtmunn, left Thursday for and sent to the hot lnm. It i.s very, interesting the close of business May 5th 1 1919< I <"
    Baisden were week-end visitors to their home in Rockford, III., afterspending to hear his experience on'' ,
    Thcressa. three pleasant months with this terrible occasion. : f
    Hampton and
    Mrs' llartmann's parents. ;Mr. and _________ I our deposits were 30 per cent or almost /1
    Florida and Spanish peanuts at J. i ;Mrs August Stern. Men's Palm Beach Pants the best

    'F. Kickliter's. 5-li-2t.( --- -going from $1.98 up. Regular $5.00; I
    than the
    ;i Horace Wilson's friends are con- values and up. Cash Department one-third, more they were on

    Mrs. M E. Edwards, of Gainesville, 1 gratulating him on receiving the Unit- 'I Store.!; !

    was a recent visitor at the home of ed Daughters of the Confederacy'sscholarship ------ date last
    her daughter, :Mrs A. Z. Adkins. !i to the University of Florida :Mrs Grace Ford and Miss Carrie same year.

    | which was granted him at the Uglow] left a few days ago/ for North

    Bleached sheets, 75 cents at i i last convention in Jacksonville. Branch, Mich., where they will spend

    Stump's. f f5i* :' Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maintw and son, the Ford summer.joined the Before number leaving of voluntary Mrs.' We very much appreciate this endorse't

    Hal, of Lake Butler, and Mrs. Schell contributors to the Salvation Army ,
    Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and Mains, of Sanford, were guests of fund, saying that she felt this
    ; organ
    I of service and invite others
    daughters were guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight Monday, ization had earned the lasting gratitude !- ment our to 1FIUU.Y.
    Mrs. Jeff Johns, Wednesday. Dr. Maines having come over to attend of every 100-per cent American.Mrs. .

    the medical meeting Mondayevening. Ford's many Starke friends hope make of it.Ve
    use .
    and T. N. I
    Messrs. J. C. Poppell .
    I she will be back with us again next
    Limbaugh visited the Hcilbronn section winter.

    Sunday in the interest of educa Fruit jars, all sizes, jar tops and -- I

    tion. rubbers. J. F. Kickliter. 5-0-21 On Saturday night the Junior B. Y.P. : invite r
    \ especially checking accounts.
    U. was tendered a social by Mrs.O. I
    W. A. Dubose returned Friday from Let's wind! up our war work by J. Griffin and daughter, Ethel. A
    Waldo where he has been employed in making a voluntary contribution to
    good number were present to enjoy None too large for our facilities and
    work for the three
    carpenter past the war work organization that won the hospitality of the Griffin home.
    weeks. the most praise from the soldiers who :Misses Griffin, Brownleo and Epper- I
    went overseas. The Salvation Army small have careful I
    son contributed some beautiful music. i none too to our atten-
    Special price on Men's Cloth- gets nothing but praise from the fel- The superintendent, Miss Snellgrovewas

    Ing, overalls, etc. Also Ladies lows who offered their lives for us. : spending several days in Jacksonville tion.

    Garments Ginghams, and Dress f and was much missed by the tj
    Prof, Sidney D. Padgett and mother members of the Union.L. I
    Goods. Cash Department Store Mrs. J. I). Padgett, of Cedar Key E. Blackwell and W. W. McDonald -

    were visitors to Starke Monday Prof. who had been the guests of Mr I i I j rJ
    Everybody is tired of "drives." Let's Padgett Is principal of the high schoolat and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, left for Jacksonville .
    not have another. Make the contribu Cedar Key and Is regarded as one Tuesday morning. While'
    tion to the Salvation Army a free will of the very able young teachers of here the gentlemen visited with many
    offering. the state. friend I
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    Mr. and Mrs A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. P. M. Padgett, of Lake Butler, and ==

    A. II. Freeman are visiting in Talla- his brother, Senator J. G. Padgett, of COFFINS CASKETS .

    -. Undertakers'And a full tin* of ll]1 i 1 BANK OF STARKE 1


    Phone: GEORGE'S MARKET P144e Automobile Hear**. t

    ,< I Always on hand. The best ser The Growing BankE. 3I

    Full line of Fresh Meats all times. Hams, Sausage. vice at the lowest prices. Special

    Sirloin lb. 30c. Rib Loin" 25c. attention to telegraph ord ri. I It.
    per --- S. MA TTHEWS, President CEO. C. WHITE, Cashier
    Tenderloin 30c. Brisket Stew 17 12c.
    Round Steak 30c. Best Roast 25c. I RegisteredEmbalmerDeWITT .

    Chuck Steak 20c. Rib Stew" 15c. i C. JONES

    Full Weight Guaranteed Prompt Delivery Starke. !''a_
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    COUNTY= COMMISSIONERS= Norman Parrish and family were I I American t)\\' ncd, Entirely !

    .Farmer- 1 CEEDINGS= I'IW-j guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E Pariah -
    III.i I Bradford County Friday and Saturday.

    i At 10 o'clock! a. m., the board of i MISH Gertrude Parrish visited< her

    county commissioners was called( to sister, :Mrs. Jessie Parrish Sunday. BILLION
    | order. by Chairman C. A. Roberts I Romeo Dekle spent Saturday night I
    IIIGIIKU; KiaRHiF.RA'IOR: I '11'''' hogs, Mr. Iliutt had the following with all members to-wit J. Dekle.
    REPORT OF COUNTY= AGENT= present, : I I1. and Sunday with :Marcus
    RATES IN: "FLORIDA ) to say: I I :M. Brownlue, Drew Reddish, James I :Misses Hiidie; Green and Xorma De-

    Work IVrformcd From March 29 to I "With our opportunity of :year-I Reynolds and O. V. Brooks I II kle were guests of Misses Delle and
    Tallahassee, Flu. May 9.-A special around pasture crops, there is no reason h hR
    May 3 InclusiveTo I Minutes of last meeting read and :Mae Duke Sunday.
    press dispatch from Washington why No. 1 hogs should not be put approved. OREER
    I J. II. Whitehurst, Rhett ,
    regarding the proposed increased on the market at a season of the year ,
    Honorable Board of County Commissioners says I Upon motion and second names of P. P. and A. R. Dekle were callers at
    I refrigerator rates in which Florida when they are scarcest, and consequently I Rachel Taylor and Clara Sparkman, Mr. Dukes Sunday.
    Bradford County: Practically growers have been much interested, when they will bring the best were ordered stricken
    from the
    nil my time during tho past 1 I says: prices.I Oats, rye and rape will furnish I roll. pau- Kirke and Julian Dekle are on the
    month has been used in the control I "The Florida Railroad Commission grazing for early fall and win- per C. A. Rob\rts sick list this week,
    investigate !-,
    appointed to
    t of hog cholera. To this end I have vaccinated to I II. S. Long and family motored ov-
    I I has apparently lost its long fight tor. Then in :March we can plant cowpeas condition of Lee Crosby made I
    F 591 hogs for w: ) farmers Out- er to Lake Butler Thursday. TAKEN"Bayer
    I prevent the operation of rules approved and sorghum, which will be ready and
    I This report recommended that he
    breaks of cholera have been identified by the Interstate Commerce for gracing when the winter crops be continued roll Mrs. Jno. Mott, of Lake Butler,

    '1, ,, i in Water Oak vicinity, at Lawtey, i Commission several months ago pro i, have been deplenished. This crop can i 00 per month,upon and further pauper at $15'-1 ited :Mrs. P. 1' Dekle Saturday.Mr. vis-I
    Graham and the vicinity of Dukes.) viding for an increase in refrigeration be followed with velvet beans and early I ed that Malinda Griffis who and Mrs Ancil Parrish ..
    As the State Live Stork Sanitary and, vegetables i I and all in I II week-end guests of his mother, :\ Tablets of Aspirin"Quick
    fruits Spanish
    i 1 | car rates on corn, peanuts, charge of Lee Crosby, be placed upon'''
    Board has withdrawn its field men !I from Florida points to points else- the I same field. And, several plantingsof 1,I pauper roll and paid $3.00 per month. Mollie Parrish. Relief-with Safety !
    from this territory the work of cholera where. I cowpeas can be made during the Upon motion and second it was so Mrs. Murphy: and family visited

    1 control has fallen heavily upon I This application was made to amend I year.: The corn, peanuts, velvet beans 'ordered. Mrs. Geo. Johnson Sunday. For Headache Colds

    1; former tariffs and has been the causo I and cowpeas can be hogged down, ): The name of Catherine Crews was Grippe
    vac-ation! i I of many visits to Washington by I thus saving the cost of harvesting.'With ordered placed upon pauper roll and I LEMONS WHITEN AND !Neuralgia; Colds

    : I I members of the Florida Railroad the necessary addition of peanut be paid $1.00 per month. BEAUTIFY THE SKIN Earache Influenzal
    ?ftpf I onstration work the time it deserves.I Commission and its counsel, D. A. '' meal and corn, fed in a self tcedcr'l Commissioner James Reynolds recommended Toothache Neuritis r
    I The interest in the Boy's Club work DeV'ane. The latter was here about the! heavy hogs that will l that the name of Nancy Backache
    44 continues active among the boys of and went into this Iii5; and and that will bring
    E three weeks ago pounds up, !) :Moore be placed upon pauper roll Make This Beauty! Lotion Joint-Pains
    M f' the county. During the month each I I I 1 I matter very fully it is understood, top prices, can be put on the market and be paid $5.00 per month. Upon Rheumatism
    I of nine hoys in the vicinity of Law. 1 with the commission but had nothingto between July and October motion and second it was so ordered. Cheaply For Your Face,
    try have ordered and had, deliveredi I say at its conclusion. The growers I "I believe that every farmer should I The monthly allowance of Elizabeth Arms, _Neck and Hands.At Adults Take one or two

    i purebred Puroc Jersey pig, themonl'Y and shippers of the state also made I harvest enough peanuts to exchange Hunter was increased from S2.OO: tn tablets with water. If neces-

    for their purchase being borrowed n determined fight against the proposed ;I for sufficient peanut meal to furnish I:) $,1.00 per month; allowance- ;; of'Eliza the cost of a small jar of ordinary sary, repeat dose three times a
    State Bank.
    from the Lawtey protein for the hogs during the fall
    increase Hunter was increased from
    y $3.00 to meals.
    e Credit is due my assistant, :\11'. C. R. "It is possible that the commissioners and winter, and in fact until the next I $1,00 per month; allowance of Julia quarter cold pint cream of the one most can prepare wonderful a full lemon -I day, after

    Siipp, for the success of the club work may have information which I crop comes around. I Lee was Increased from $2.50 to $t.OO skin softener and complexion Since the original introduction of
    At Starke two boys and immedi- "There about five months in the *
    t at Lnwtey. would make this ruling not are per month. beautifier, by squeezing the juice of "Barer Tablets of Aspirin" million
    one giry have purchased, Duroc Jer- ately operative, but from the state- year when the packing houses of', Petition of James Parrish asking two fresh lemons into a bottle containing upon millions of these genuIne tablets .
    say pigs: with money borrowed from ments made, here this week it is apparent -I South Georgia are full, and a great that his name be placed upon pauper three ounces of orchard white have )been prescribed by pny.ij
    j ? the banks at Starke. The Farmers'and that the increases will become part of the time many of the hogs I roll, upon motion laid over for further Care:: should be taken to strain the juice clans and taken by the peoplo each
    1 Dealers' Bank of Lake Butler is effective! upon one d'Vy's filing and have to be shipped off to other places. consideration. through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp
    making loans to seven boys in the notice." This naturally tends to lower the i year."ith perfect aaivty.
    Upon motion and second it was gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh
    vicinity of Miller with which to purchase price. Another thing, the farmersare ordered that $150.00 be paid to the for months. Every woman knows that Always insist upon
    f Poland China pigs. In every FAKE FERTILIZERSThere making a great mistake to push canning club agent for the months of lemon juice is used to bleach and remove -
    the boys are purchasing only their light pigs on the market in the
    case July and August. ,. such blemishes as freckles, sal- II'tD3'Jero.Zabets
    pigs which are registered and immune are charges and counter I early fall. By keeping them over, and Upon motion and second, it was lowness and tan and is the ideal skin ) tC.I:
    to cholera. These purebred pigs which charges between the state chemist I I feeding them out for about six weeks, ordered that J. L. Wynn be paid $50.- softener, whitener and beautifier.Just AspirinTh
    r are being brought into the countyby I and the commissioner of agriculture they can be put on the market in the 00 per month for the months of May. try itl! Get three ounces of Croit'on Ctnuin Tablets

    the boys will have a wonderful and we do not pretend to know whois I I early spring, another season of the and June as agent for the tick eradi- orchard white at any drug store and Alpfrln U the trail mark of Itnjrrr' (.fanufac-
    influence for greater prosperity on right, but we do know that there :year when they are scarce and bringing cation for the county of Bradford. two lemons from the grocer and makeup ture of MonoaceticaaideMcr of SatleylleCid20centpackageLarger I i:
    the farms during the next few years. seems to be little effort in prosecutingthose ; I; top prices. It costs more to grow The bill of D. N. Harris for $350.00, a quarter pint of this sweetly frag-
    The banks deserve great credit for I who sell fake fertilizer. If a shoat to 100 pounds than it does to damages for right of way throughhis rant lemon lotion and massage it daily ( sizes. Buy

    the cooperation they are giving the there is one class of people who I I put an extra 100 pounds on after it land on public road leading from Into the face, neck arms and hands.It only original Bayer package.

    f club work. The usual terms of these I should suffer the extreme penalty of has reached that size." Dukes to Lake Butler, which was laid is marvelous to smoothen rough, red

    loans to Club boys: is six per cent interest the law it is sellers of fake fertilizer, over for further investigation was hands.-Adv. ((96)
    +r' for eighteen months. This gives I for a manwho will ruin the prospectsof BRADFORD ITEMS taken up; and after being consideredby Mr. Wisler Cured of Indigestion.

    .l the boy opportunity to grow the pig a farmer in making a crop for a the board, payment refused.
    to maturity and raise a litter for few dishonest dollars deserves no May 16.-Quite( a crowd enjoyed a The following applications were .. "Some time in 1909 when I had an
    1 sale in time to pay the note. The results sympathy. Yet did you ever hear of a fish fry at Dukes Ferry Saturday.R. filed with board for the endorsementand attack of indigestion and everything;
    ,t of the club work could be doubled seller of fake fertilizer in Florida I A. Newsom, of Starke, visited recommendation for the appoint- You Do More Work, looked gloomy to me, I received a
    I many times if it were possible for being succesafuly prosecuted? I his brother here Friday and Saturday.Mrs. ment of Agricultural Enumerator for You are more ambitious and you !Ret more free sample of Chamberlain's Tabletsby !
    .w !' ',t me to give time to it instead of the J. V. Edwards and daughter, Bradford county: Jesse L. Dowling, enjoyment out of everything when your mail. I pave them a trial and .

    cholera/ control work. There are at CUT OUT THE TAXEATERSIs I :Miss Georgia, were shopping in Brook W. F. Harnage, R. A. Green and Geo. the blood blood is in have good a condition.very depressing Impurities effect on in they were sucft} a help to me that I I

    present 58 members of the Boys' Pig or Friday morning. II, Miller. Upon motion and second, the system, causing!! weakness, laziness bought a package, and I can truthfully !
    Club in the county; 35 members of it not about time to cut out alii I G. B. Colson and wife and P. M.I was laid over until next meeting of nervousness and sickness. say that I have not had a similar' i

    the Boys' Corn Club. unnecessary governmental, state, Bare foot passed through here Sunday the board in June. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC attack since," writes Wm. B. Wisler

    ;} Five farmers of tho county have county and municipal expenses? rnroute to the Springs. Board adjourned until first Mondayin restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying Douglassville, Pa.-Adv.DAVIS. '
    agreed to conduct demonstrations There are thousands and tens of thousands I Williard Rabon and family visitedMr. June, 1919. and Enriching the Blood. When you feel I
    $ with the growing of soja beans, as of men in official positions, Rabon's sister here last week. W. T. WEEKS, its strengthening Invigorating effect tee II I
    f how it brings color to the cheeks and howit
    a forage crop for hogs. It is hoped drawing big and little salaries from I A surprise party was given at the Clerk and Auditor. improves the appetite you will then I

    that this crop will in every way take the people, which positions are at I home of Miss Geneva Ilarrell Sat- appreciate its true tonic value. .
    1 the place of pinderg as a hog fattening present absolutely unnecessary. urday night. FISHING; MAY BE ENJOYED; GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONICis : E
    crop and which will do well on President Lincoln said, sixty years Little Corine Edwards has been OVER IN; CLAY COUNTY not a patent medicine, Its\ simply
    i5 P the flat woods lands without the use ago, that the only danger he saw to I very sick, but is some better now. IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup. Eat 1886)) I
    of limes. the existence of our great republicwas Truby Willis and family, C. II. Drastic !Measure Which Forbids Anyone So pleasant even children like it. The (Agency ? I I
    During the month I have written the burdens of increasing taxa Newsom and family and R. A. New- to Buy or Sell, Before House blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRONto

    156 letters, distributed 317 bulletins, tions. Under our so-called "democratic" I I som attended the funeral of Dr. New- Enrich never These to drive reliable out impurities tonic properties in INSURANCE

    made 86 visits to farmers and 31 vis- government these burdens I som's wife at Elzies Chapel Friday. That surprising local fish bill which the blood.

    its to members of boys' clubs. I have I have immensely increased during the Messrs. Arthur and Harry Edwards I Rep. Wade passed for Clay county- Strength-Creating!! Power of GROVE'S
    tt traveled 80 miles by rail, 600 miles past four years, with apparently i were visiting friends in the Vander- though it may be doubted if the county TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made it I I
    by automobile, vaccinated 591 hogs I needless boards, commissions, inspec- built section Saturday and Sunday. agreed with all the things in the the favorite tonic in thousands of homes. STARKE :
    and prepared 8 articles for publica- tors, clerks and stenographers;; sub- I I Harley Andreu returned from Jack- bill-has again been before the house.It More than thirty-live years ago folks I
    1 sonville Sunday, where he was visiting will be would ride a long distance to get GROVE'STASTELESS ( ,
    tion in (the local paper. boards, sub-commissions, sub-inspecc- recalled that the bill said no
    I am planning to press the fight tors, each with their clerks, stenographers ) !!I his parents, who has recently one should "buy, sell or receive" fish member of their Chill family TONIC hud:< Malaria when or a I

    against the hog cholera with vigor and office attendants and salary moved there. in Clay county and that many competent needed a body-building!, btrength-giving
    during the next sixty days with the drawers.It I I'' C. II. Newsom was a visitor to authorities held that it would tonic. ,The formula is just the some today ,
    t hope that it may be brought under is about time to cut out about Graham Sunday. prevent shipping of fish into Clay and you can get it from any drug I
    control, so that from then on I may 99 per cent of these grafters and ''; W. M. Andreu was at Worthington county, thus practically allowing Clayto store. (jOe per bottle : II I

    have time to give attention to the near-grafters; the remaining one percent Sunday. lay a fish, embargo on the rest of uri; boys' clubs and other demonstration should be left as a reminder of'I N. G. Hayes. Jr., was visiting at the world. Cut This Out And Take It With You. I

    projects. the evil days.-PeLand News. Worthington Saturday.G. Now, aparently Clay has come'to'
    i'' ': Following are some of the projects I I B. Colson and Dr. Russel, of the conclusion that it is not self- supporting A man often forgets the exact name Largest and oldest !seed
    the article he wishes
    of to purchase,
    that should be undertaken and pressed :MARKET HOGS!, WHEN; DEMAND: : I I Brooker, passed through here one day so far as fish are concerned. house in state.
    i and as a last resort takes somethingelse
    l with vigor in the county during the IS!' GREAT AND= PRICES HIGH last week. With the consent of the house Mr. instead. That is always disap- We can supply your need
    t summer and fall months.I.A I Remember services here next Sat- I Wade withdrew his bill and substituted pointing and unsatisfactory. The safe -Write for catalogue-
    campaign to induce farmers! urday and Sunday.CONTROLLING another for it which the house
    I =No Reason Why Florida Farmers very way is to cut this out and take it with Information on any crop
    to build tight cribs to fumigate the passed. Rep. Green of
    ,, obligingly 1
    Should ;Not Follow This Plan you so as to make sure of getting FREE. '
    corn weevils and arrangements shouldbe = = STEM-END: : ROT Bradford voted nay and gave notice Chamberlain's Tablets. You will find
    made whereby they may purchase AND: ANTIIKACNOSE= : : of a motion to reconsider but later E.A.MARTIN SEED CO
    of Madison for
    The farmers county nothing quite so satisfactory con-
    carbon for that at withdrew it saying he had found that
    bisulphide purpose Jacksonville Fla.
    pulled 'a great stunt last week when I stipation and indigestion.-Adv. ,
    reasonable prices. they made a trip up to :Moultrie, Ga., It Is reported that :2500 carloads of Bradford county was not affected! as I
    2.-A campaign to secure the general '' he had feared.
    to visit the packing plant at that watermelons were lost in the southeastern -
    of crude oil for control of The fish bill permits residents -
    t use place and some of the good forms in states last year because of present I
    hog lice and other parasites and secure that section. This trip was workedup stem-end rot. This makes it a hazardous of Clay to fish with trap or cast b
    ."I: arrangements for the purchase by County Aj' the l business, and the net loss is nets as well as with hook and line, a
    of this material/ at convenient places taken out ofthefarmer'sp rofits. Be y privilege withheld from the sover-
    i object being to impress the farmers -
    Home State
    l1 and reasonable upon of in the first bill. also BOOST by sendingyour
    I 1 nt prices. not only the matter of growing taken out of the farmers' profits. Because oigmty Clay It your
    3.-A campaign to induce and encourage permits the receipt of salt or can
    better stock but to give them ...orneil..a ( of these conditions an effort! is
    farmers to form Cooperative being made to prevent this stemendrot. ned fish within the county, some of
    of growing better feeds and pastures Mail orders Florida House
    ( ? Live Stock Shipping Associations sons :Mr. Wade's storekeeper constituents a
    and the season of the whenit
    } to ennblo them to market live stockto is. ,best to market the hogs.District year. I| Through the extension division, C. doubtless having pointed out that canned ,

    the best possible advantage! I Agent S. W. lliiitt, \\how'nt :M 1. Tucker and L. M. Benn will devote 1' fish make an interesting variantto Our Service has given, us National prominence
    Respectfully submitted. 1 a bill of fare occasionally. It still
    t\\ with the farmers on this trip, 'a good part of their time during the :
    O. \';'. CASWELL. provides that no fish be shippedout
    that of the results of this shipping season<< to the treatment of can
    County Agent. I says one of the county and prohibits the
    !stem-end rot in watermelons. These
    is that the farmers are planning
    1 trip will follow the shipments, beginning buying and selling of fish within the ObR
    )1' \\t--r;: mi feeding out and marketing a large men FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
    PLANT: l'I : OX) O VTS STl'B- in South Florida and working county. It still allows the catchingof
    t part of their hogs early in the seasun. -
    '' HLE: fish for picnics" of the residents of
    north as the season advances.
    from July to October, when the
    , The treatment consists of applying Clay: county. And it is still a consid- Everything in BOOKS
    market is at its ntgnesi. in discussing -
    : Oats stubble well plotted and a good' erable curiosity as a law. LEADING
    the best time for the farmers of a fungicide in the form of a disinfectant -
    Heed bed prepared gives" the ideal soil --- - -- Complete Office Outfitters
    Xorth and West Florida to marketA paste! to the newly cut stemsf
    condition! for the peanut crop, says ? watermelons as they are placed in FI"IIU: : \ : LINES

    C. MrQimrrie: ... of the extension division the cars. The material to apply can Toys and Athletic Goods
    111 of the college of agriculture. TRUE REMEDY I be made up of common starch with ft Five :Mile, :May If?.-r. r. Dckle antifamily

    Wo have observed, 11a few cases the FOR MALARIA I i I per cent bluestone.! This is mad by spent Thursday in Lake But- Artists, Surveyors and Draftmen's Materials
    farmers who were content with disking adding, two ounces of bluestone to ler.
    { and double\ disking the oats stubble NO. TONIC ; each quart of starch paste. Prepared :Mr. and :Mrs. D. I. Blume were appreciated KODACS

    A,; and planting the peanuts. This I powders can also be purchased to have callers at the home of P. P. Photographic Supplies

    ( practice is not to be recommended! n.. In the low, marshy places whore the same effect. \Dekle Wednesday.
    considerulileg rat.s nod\ weeds will per- mosquitoes breed, there is always I The treatment is so simple that :Mrs. B. F. Gainey: who has been Thermos Bottles Safety Razors
    silt in growing, no mutter how well malaria in the Spring and Summer. i(I there is no reason why any carload quite ill for several days, i.s. much improved -
    the disking is done. It may take n But this terrible affliction can besonipletely I I of watermelons should h.ave'the state at this writing. We carry complete stock in all our lines
    j R little longer time to plow the field knocked out of the sys without receiving it. Farmers' Bul- Ardell and T. L. Prawdy visited

    .( 1 but extra time and expense of making t"11by Dr. \Villiums' 101 Tonic. It letin 821, and Experiment Station Bulletin Lake Butler Thursday. Printers, Lithographers, Engravers
    \ good seed bed will be than I I P. P. Dekle and Dewey Duke were
    a more not only knocks out malaria but it 139 can be secured from the extension
    r repaid in the good crop) obtained la- builds up the health generally and ,' division of the university, or transacting business in Dukes one day Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System

    ter.All makes the sufferer strong and well from the bureau of plant industry, last week.
    oats stubble in the state should and able to resist attacks of everyday Washington, D. C. These bulletins describe Dewey Duke and sisters, Misses
    Ji be used for the production of pea ailments The quinine in it kills the I i 1 the disease and methods of Delle and Mae were shopping in Lake

    l nuts. The demand for peanuts is going malaria germs as soon as it permeatesthe :i treatment. Butler Thursday. TN 6 WO
    to be on the increase and as the system; the iron strengthens and:I __ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simpson visitedMr.

    I crop can be used tor a good many purposes invigorates and improves the appetite !1 CEMETERY: WORKINGOn = : and Mrs. R. L. Davis Sunday.D. .
    ir we consider it one of the safest ; the magnesia regulates the bowels 'I I. Blume and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. -

    the farmer can grow. and prevents constipation and I I Wednesday before the fourth Parrish attended church at Little aS TIONCBY BOOK NO ART .s TOQE. -
    headache. Dr. Williams' lot Tonic is Sunday in :May everybody is cordially Springs Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .
    and Mrs. T. J. Dekle of Lake
    Colds Cause Grip and Influenza a most valuable medicine for anyone invited to come lake to a cemetery work Come Butler, Mrs. Addie Blume and Mm 45-49 W. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.
    in run down health. Try it. Your ing at Kingsley cemetery.
    LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablet remove tbs Josephine<< Blume were guest of Mr.
    druggist can suplpy you. Refuse al early, bring your dinner and stay
    Y, cau_ Then l Is only one "Drorao Quinine. and :Mrs. p.r. Dekle Sunday.
    E. W.GROVE'S aUnacure on 00... 30c. substitutes.-Adv.. -4. day.
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    BOUUIXXX! ktu1)QtnlDtX111utt( !HX JUtXXXKJOJJlKaX.XX:: #XJ UCtfXXaUl: IUf.llJOtT.I noun looking after business! interegts, a visitor: to mir town last Saturday .

    S. U. Woudard and children wore P. :M. l) u foot and 1 U.! B. Colson --....----.

    What Must For visitors to the county seat last Wed spent the day fishing nt New River /
    ;: Germany Pay n nesday. :Monday

    T.I S. I K. Swindle was a visitor to Hampton :Messrs. limey Iln/.en and Guy! fi

    Saturday Pinholhter and :Misses Olga and Tlielnin .

    ;: Plunging The World Into War ,I :Misses Octavia Rose, Edna and Ward B'nl :Mamie Olliver motored

    t I Viola Baylor were in our burg Sunday |Ito Hampton la
    U..,,.tfR tattituuunnulturretltnalttuxuufrfR11txr( Ii0 )1Rltfu # #..... "tW afternoon. I, Those enjoying the fish supper atl| j'
    . :\11'1'1.Iaudl.: Sapp retained to her the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. 1'. M Barefoot i
    The treaty of peace, submitted. to German: Samoan islands goes' to New tin.: afternoon '
    home Valdosta\ Saturday : last Satiiiday night. w'l'e11': and l
    tho German delegates at Versailles! today Zealand and for the other former lifter spending fcevciul days here! I :Mrs.\ K. T. O"h'l.n.11'! : and Mrs.! E. '

    by the representatives of the associated German possessions south of the equator guest of relatnes.Mrs. ,I H.noll'ell, Sr., and :Mr.\ IIIhl'' .. k..
    powers reduces Germany to to Australia. Japan is to be mandatory : King and children of Brooklyn :Mrs. lII.. .\Ihh' 'u, Jr., Misses OIj'II'' :7 :/ i

    military impotence, deprives her of of the islands north of the spent Sunday here with relatives.S Ward Mamie: I Olliver. Eunice Haien, I -.

    her colonies, restores ANace and,I Lor equator.! It. Woodard made a business I and Willienme Nabb After supper :, ;
    raine to France, and provides for reparation The official communication on this \
    trip to Hampton on Saturday and 1 1Iunday. music was furnished by :Miss OlgaJWard J ;'
    to the nations injured by her. sub jest says: :\ i iIunzo I on the piano accompanied liy 'I ', r

    in the war. "The council of three, :M. Clemen- .\ .Alvarez of Sturke, was ill'' E. B. Andrea, Sr., on the violin. lee''i '

    This. was made known in an official cea, President Wilson and :Mr. Lloyd: our burg) one! day List week on busi- roam and "111"'aM served. | ?/: The loncst-
    summary of the treaty cabled from George yesterday: decided as to thedisposition ,
    ness. :Miss :MainuOllivor, of fine Hill ,
    the American peace commission to of the former German col KilmerVondard and Arthur Hen- I spent the week-end here at the homo lasting benefit U

    the committee on public informationin followTogolafld ; nett attended the bolt supper given at of E. J. Wanl. |
    the greatest
    New York. At the same time official l and Kemeroun-France
    Hampton Friday niRht.ISairen :Mr. and :Mis :N.: D. Johns and littlu I T.w .
    announcement was made/ that and Great Britian shall make a joint : Holt of Brooklyn was motoring son of New,: Uivt-r passed through I I satisfaction for t ti
    President Wilson had pledged himself ic'commendation to the league of nations around in our city Sunday ,
    I our town Sunday. |I
    tto propose to the senate aji agreementthat as to their future. len Sashtr and wife were visitorsto ,) your sweet
    :Mr. and\ :\1.. ". Frank Trarey of
    the United States, in conjunction'with "German Host Africa-The man- .
    :Starke; Wodncsdny.Mr.
    Jacksonville, Sunday here with I ,( tooth.WRBGLEY5
    Grout Britain would( go to theassistaIH' date shall be held by Great Britain. : Mc-Kwen: of Lake Side, was nvisitor :Mrs.' Tracoy's spent Mr. and :Mrs.\ .
    of France in cage of an "German Southwest Africa-The to I'.rooldjn I'riday.M. parents / ( \ i
    . provoked attack by Germany. The mandate shall be held by the Unionof : Z. Sullivan Sidney and Calvin I II W S. Nabb.r. ;
    B. .\I1<1I'1'U. Jr, is spending a 67T r r ,
    Announcement of this proposed agree South Afiica. Triest were! visitors to Starke) Wed I ,
    lent was made in a statement supple- "The German Samoan Isl.Inds, -Tho nesday. few days in .1i cksoti''iile. .;, .

    tenting the official summary of the mandate, shall be :New: Zealand I Uncle Jim King was a visitor to I PoMiiond( Hikes 1 of Dukes, ultoml- : !

    r,peace treatyhich leads: "The other German Pacific i posses.sions I'alatkn :Monday, hawing tone: thereto ed church here last Sunday night.Williomar in tlie sealed&

    ". "In addition to the securities afforded south of the equator excludingthe purchase a stock of goods" and Cnntey Ollivor nro : P2CV.22C5.ftirticht P

    ': in I tlie treaty of peace, the president German Samoan Islands and Nauru -- .- .--- spending this week in Palatka with .
    of the' United States has pledged'imlf the mandate shall be held by Aus --BlUICII\t.H: their sister, :Miss .Irene Ollivor.) r

    to propose J to the senate of tralia."Nauru. (!. B. Colt-mi motored lo "''thing-.:- 'V and

    he United of Great Britain! has pledged shall be given to the British empire. New Ricer, filled his regular iippoint-; :Messrs.! J'J:. ('lemons I E.: B. Andieu :ri'r impurtb''-proof.r .

    imself tn propose to the parliamentf ment here last Saturday and Sundayat and IIlY! Pmhol'-ter( were on businessin .. _.:
    Great Biitam an ,engagement sub "The German: Pacific islands northof the :Missionary Baptist church. Staiko S.: / ui'day.. l r -!\ q.. ' "Le

    ect to the approval of the councilf the e'lulltol'-The inundate hhall beheld Mr. and :Mrs. Jno. Shnver old Guy I :Miss Ruth NowRom, of Graham, V"I \\ ', 7 L It' "LAVOFl I \

    the league of nations to come immediately by Japan." Pinholster were in Starke last Wednesday was in our town last Saturday ',.f'f1ITfZri::! / I ) SEALED TIGHT

    to the assistance of France --- afternoon to see the whippet i Hubert Rouse, of New River was > /

    I case of unprovoked attack by Ger. I THEIirSSA tank. in our town last Saturday afternoon :__ ,._ w i RF C"Gu "-.r.: ,: _. KEPT RIGHT I

    any.1I I I :Mr. Hastings of Bell is hero re- Jesse Shorloy of Jacksonville, spent

    The main points in the peace treaty Rev. John Mullady, of Hampton, lieveinjj section foreman P. M. Barefoot Sunday hero with his pll'entll11': and -... n, 1'1 4,
    0110 w: I filled his regular appointment here at this week. :Mrs. T. B. Shorley.

    Alsace and Lorraine CO! to France. the Christian! church Sunday and as! Messrs. K.: Matthews: and O. An- Lucian and Marvin Hiuon, of d '1

    111 the bridges over the Rhine on usual, delivered two very interesting dreu of Starke were in our town on Gainesville: spent the week-end herewith r I.

    air borders are to be in French sermons to appreciative audiences.Mrs. business last Friday afternoon.Mr. their parents.Mr. .

    ol. con-I Alice Jones of Miami, came and :Mrs. E. :M. Hazcn were visitors I. : Waters spent last Wednesdayin '' .

    The port of Danzig U permanently up ore day last week to spend awhile to Starke last Wednesday after- Starke attending to business. RIGLEYS ar 4 : hi

    iternationalized and most of upper with relatives.Rae noon. I IIf
    afternoon (
    Edna Baxter spent Sunday t1
    ilesin is ceded to Poland, whose in- : Hersey of Raiford spent Sat Mrs O. H. Hazcn of New River the guest of Pearl Lewis.! p f j

    lependence Germany recognizes. Pond urday night and Sunday here a guest spent last week here at the home of'' Ora Melvin, of near here was in WING

    also receives the province of Po- at the home of his brother R. M. Her Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hazen. out town last Saturday afternoon GUM

    ell and that portion of the province R. Andreu spent several days in Mr. and :Mrs. II. P. Gainey and
    f West Prussia west of the Vistula. I and Willie Kit, of Starke, Jacksonville last week attending to children attended the Waters-Crosby

    The Sarre coal basin is in burg Thursday. .
    temporarily were our business.Mr. wedding at the home of !Mr. and Mrs.P. .
    ternationalized. The coal mines go'' Quite a number of folks from here This-pen, of Jacksonville A. Crosby last Sunday afternoonat I
    France. i visited Starke last Wednesday to see salesman for the Sunshine Buscuit three o'clock. TheFlavor

    Germany recognizes the total inde the tank. Co., was in our town last Wednesday! Mrs. J, E. Clemons and Mrs. M. A. I
    endence of German-Austria and Cze-I Messrs. Jim Maxwell, Willie Johns, Miss Van Cone of the Pine Hill Clemens of Pine Hill was in oar

    ho-Slovakia. Cyril and Cecil Manire of Hampton, section, was in our town last Thurs town shopping last Saturday after I''

    Germany's colonies are taken from : were pleasant visitors to our little day morning: noon. I'I

    er by the clause in which she re- city Sunday. The many friends! of John rmholRter The members of the Missionary I :)'

    ounces all her territorial and politiIal Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey were who has been "over there" were Baptist! church surprised their pastor Lasts ,I.

    rights outside Europe. The league : shopping in Starke Friday triad to hear Thursday morning he Rev. King of New River with a ; .
    f nations will work out the manda- J. W. Batten spent a day or two ..\
    was back in the states. are hopingto birthday party given in honor of hm i
    ry system for governing these colo-' last week in the Brooker section on see John home again sometime in birthday.Mr. Il 1I1'lwn.ln"| | liy HlTiiliivIt. In the S (
    i ies. business.Mr. LIFT OFF CORNS! lull, l\liil\ In II,.. nlimiHlnliil' rmmr lint ,
    .1' le and family, the near future. and Mrs.! E. M. Ilazen and \tau. hick lluilifi. niliint. tlu-n.In nnini... IH I.I.
    Belgium is conditionally given the and Mrs. J. R. G. D. Colson was a visitor to thu I I.. n..n ", nt Ilic stnlr ..f fliirl.ln.. end
    of here Sundayat
    lalmedy and Eupen districts of I'rus- 'of Lake Side spent Sunday with Mr. children near spent r thin .hc riHl.l.-n' In ..r m nr KIN ..lh uln-i-t In I
    A. Rhames. county seat Friday afternoon. the home of :Mr and !Mrs A. A. I llu- say nt MtlwnukiiSlnli. : ntM.roimln.mi .
    ia bordering on Belgium. with the and Mrs. Several of the folks enjoyeda i r tinIIKI. of .Iw"-nlynnr ,,'n... ,
    young I lIa7.l'JI.Mr. .
    Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Neal. were Apply few drops then lift sore. .. ..
    pportunity to be given the inhabi- I I It In Iliin-fnn* iinlir thnl miM uon- .I.h.nlh.r.1
    fish fry at New River last Thursday Lester Pinholster of Pine Hill, .
    the visitors to Starke Wednes- IH and. In h..hy.1.,1| ( tii upiiiikrlit "
    The of nations
    ants to protest. league among
    night. Those enjoying thin! fry attended. church here last Sunday. touchy corns ulf with the lull of rimiiilnuil. Mini! In .,,1.1 cntmn nn
    as the final decision.Luxemburg I (day. ur liifuriM.miliiv.. IhiJinl tiny, nf .lunr. A. l II. '.
    '< I were Misses. Olga and, Th.lmaVard.,. We glad to report Miss Laura .
    are will
    is set free from the R. M. King of Jacksonville, spent fingers: IHI i. i llurwlm-' iilliuilllnnH uf mil.) hill
    weekend here with homefolks.Mr. | Eunice and I Lorene Hasten Inez Abernathy Lewis nlile to be out again. IHtiikin urt eonrinniil liy unlit,, ,1..r."I."I..
    errnan customs union. the and :Mrs. M. Pinholster and I II IH rill-lhi-r, null ml 'Hint' thin ....1. r III- plan .
    All concessions and territory in and Mrs. Elbcrt Sibley of I Remember prayer meeting next UHUI| | nni-i- n wi-t-k fur llviinnm.cutlvn. w tkIn .
    the guests of l'cll1ti'ellhl're :Messrs.' Harley Ha/en and Clyde Sunday night at !ft) o'clockMr. Ihillnnlfiiril ('?ant y 'li-uraiih, n ni-wnpit- }
    hina must be renounced. Shantung Starke, were .,. .
    Ward. They all report a nice time but i : V. Edwards of Old( IImdford.II I in, I in xud) fiiiinly and) MlnuiIhlx
    work-end. i I
    the tt
    ceded to Japan. Germany recogni- during Miiy Int. lull r
    not many fish.1".rM. attended church h'rlIIll1t Sunday. W 'r. WFt:i KH. Jot
    es the French ill :Morocco and the We regret to report that Grandma i i :\ Luther Sowell, I.. A. Brown II rii-rk C ri-ult, ( .
    ritish protectoratps over Hgjpt.! Cobb is quite ill at this writing We 1Vaters'mhyMr. K A. VPICKS.: y. )
    German troops and authorities must hope for her a speedy reco''ery.Uncle and (i. B. Colson motored over' to ,I : R. J. Waters an.1Ii": Gertrude 'HI'M.I l 1"1"1 <:M'rk. .,
    Starko Wednesday, afternoon to t" / AI1KINH'!, '
    vacuatc Schloswig-Holstoin north of Jim King, who formerly kept t Crosby were joined together! in a..nedn. fur r.mtnlnlnnnt. n2Ct.IlKliKK rJ-
    the Kiel canal within ten days after the store here has bought it back see the! whippet tank. the holy bonds, of matrimony last fl

    A commission will be appointed 1 from A. L. Sullivan who has recently 1 :Mrs! T. i 15. Shorli-y !spent part of Sunday afternoon at :3: ii'rlork( at : I lilt, PI RI I'ATIONIn .,

    rea.e.< !>,,' u vote of self determma- been in chnl' e. Uncle Jim is now bach thi.'el'k in Starke at the bedside of home of the bride's "a n'ntll.11': Ih"j Irrult riniilt,',,",rt.Ilrmlfonl Slnliof. Comity.t llorlilil.In Klvhthrinllrlnl Chan. i1, I r'

    the territory' and the districts on the job, resuming his duties. It her daughter, Mrs. U Sapp who is Mrs. P. A. Crosby. by :Notarv. G.: .0 nryK ,'J I, ,.

    wishing to join Denmark will be cededy seems! qi/ite natural to go to the store I I' very ill.Capt. I Lewis Quite a number! of relatives ;\n Thiimnn.Ciimplnlnnnt.. t l'
    > Germany. and,' find Uncle Jim there I S. A. Bryan enjoyed n fish! and fl'i"nl of the happy couple were VH t
    at the home of R. T. Ostecn I \1 and :MrsWaters I Leon Thomas. .' ..1
    Helgoland must he demolished andy Seems; as though some of the members supper present! on this occasion r. l i-finiliint. ,
    > German labor; the Kiel canal muste of the Baptist church have for- !. last Thursday night. have the best, wishes of their It III'I"'rll| by ntriitnvit' nniMtnili-il tn th.
    gotten that they have prayer meeting; T. C. Hazen has! purchased! a fine finniland' wish for them a long and Mil II t...1 /In tinnliuvii nluli.l, , mono that .' .'
    to all nations.
    > opened .
    Linn 'I'linniiiN, thi* il-fi-n'liinl Ihin-ln nnmttil ,IKn
    school here. mulch cow from E. 11 Andreu Sr. I life They will make. their .
    The German cables in dispute arc and Sunday prosper. j 11..1.' i>f thiStnti: of rlnrlilil.. nn.t'Ion' |
    ndered. haven II. S. Roebuck was among the visit- I G.V.. Ha/en was in Starke last home .u this place, hi iiHhlm ,fn. nr near tintown iif Alrnn.iininiv 1
    urr Germany may not Saturday. Wednesday afternoon.Mr. I)"ebll t hurt a hit! Drop a littleFreeone I nt Itnriiii nnil alma, of flvurtflAuvi / !}'
    ors to the county metropolis tin .. nf ,
    army of more than 100,000 men r a. iM my-.imp yinntII
    J. V Jones and W T Saxon, two I : and, Mrs. Lloyd Johns of New I ( on an aching corn, instantly IH .th n-fi.n. <.ni! nil that. null) imn-n' H
    nd cannot resort to tlon.
    conscrp l that then liftit .h, r. nI nil. In- and ,U
    River in town lust Thursday corn stops hurting you lunhy n-iiilln-il tu ippinrt
    She must raze all her forts for of Hampton's well known businessmen was our ; NEJfr <> .llu. 1,111 of roiniilii'nt ,aleIn/ niilil. '''''.. nn
    jfifty kilometers east of the Rhinend were in our town Friday after- afternoon shopping.R. TNDLE right out. Yes ml1licl t "r 11.(..... Momlnv. thi- Jml. tiny i>f Juno, A. I). ,
    T. Osteen was on the sick list A tiny bottle of Frcuzone costs but I 1'01' "i. ..tI".O\I 'I IHI- t1..- nil..untionii{ or until, hill will Pf
    is almost entirely prohibited from I I.,. tnki"n '" runfmiiiil, hy said fi-niliint,.
    : few cents but I.l
    at drug store
    materials. Violation of last week but is better now. HOTEL .t any It .IH r.irih. .rh..1. Unit thin urlrr hi- pnhliNhiil .
    producing war P. S. Colson spent last week taking JACKJONVIUEfLAflodpriv sufficient to remove every hard corn onif. n wi-,'k for flue ronmieullvit wi-t-k. i
    the fifty kilometer zone restriction medical treatment from J. W. soft corn, or corn between the toes In tin /Itriiilrnri! Ciinnly liirrtiph. n nuwrip*.
    ,will .4noivMi ir ,unlined tn iinhl amt) .
    ; tale
    be considered an act of war. EuropeaoPlM ( ? p county
    and the without .
    Bishop! of Alachua. calluses soreness or 'I 1 hi. Mny Int. I'JI'J
    Only six capital ships of not more SreumUoaa1odd CardincaNctrACoavonient
    OIdsidtlOOl1W' 'I.l1up'
    irritation. W T. WEEKS
    Mrs. Godwin and daughter! 1'
    han 10,000 tons each are allowed Reasons Roy to erylhii\3'trv Free/one is the icnsntlonal discovery "h..k f',,,,uit Cutirt.ny. : .
    Iris of Pine Hill wa in our town It A. WrEKS.
    Germany for her navy. She is permitted last Friday afternoon. Malt f of City Servd for Booklgt! of a Cincinnati genius. It l I. won 'MIJ, """ six light cruisers twelve destroyers rIRDU t/.snlTR PROP'S A .%. AIKINS.R..llol. .
    derful. Adv. No. 284. 'VI"SMfc
    and twelve torpedo boats but Why you should use G. B. Colson -motored to Worthing.ton ..,. for "omril.lniint. S-2-tl. ,,'
    Cardul, the woman's last Friday morning.
    submarines. q .
    no tonic, for your troubles of Old ---- --- .
    C. M. Andrra and family, oitriKu: FOR PI in ifATinv
    All civilian damages are to be reimbursed have been shown In in last Tues 44444144444444444 In rirrult Court, I'fn'! of Florida. EltfhthJii'liilnl
    by Germany. her initial payment thousands of letters from Bradford was our town MICKIE SAYS 4 LEGAL NOTICES 4 .. Circuit llrndforl County.' In Chan-
    wherothl'Y .. .
    enroute to Jacksonville
    to be twenty billion marks with actual users of this medicine 44 4414444444P444 ry
    W fl J FiithiT.C'umplnlnant..
    will make their future home.
    who speak from .
    subsequent payments to be secured b IF 'fOU.w..e.. I IV.
    personal experience. II Their many friends and relatives of ou0.VaPett Notice .
    by bonds. I the results obtained by this community regret to lose them. SEA' 0000 f'e\\.EQ. Alliln C r'lnh.-r,
    She must replace shipping ton for other women tot so many Bessie Shaw of near here was in' AN' SAN so iiOCH wf OON'lMAKE Sit;; months after date hereof I will ft Ih'fi-nilnnt.'
    nppiarlnit hy niriilnvlt appi" mini l to the
    ton, handing over a great part of q years have been so uniformly town shopping last Friday morning. \ OIPcEREpsC.twNEtvttc& present my vouchers and final accountto Mil Illiil. In thi- nhov0 stated cam** that
    her mercantile tonnage and turningout good trial not Edwards and you -(ELL O* Oft.SOfAEROON A 11,1" f rliiht-r, thn id.firnilant thi-riiii narm-il.
    Mrs. V. daughter ,
    give Cardui a the lion Geo. A. Gardiner County IK a r..I".1| | of thn Htatiof HorMa. and th*
    new construction for the purpose. Miss! Georgia, of Old Bradford was I 6v.SC. jeST 50vou'fELL if, n r..I.I"II' of II... State of Morliln.. hut cnnn '
    She must also devote her economic I I TakeCARDUI in town shopping last Friday morning. SOME600"1 \ t? Judge of Bradford County Fla., and nix hnilf no thnt pmersi or nulitiuf-n }
    n not lie a.rvrd l .. .
    resources to rebuilding the devastated ;i :Mrs P.1.: Barefoot was on the WILL DO OS OOOO CasioWAY. ask for my final discharge as admin tw.nlymv yi-ani. upon hor. over the Kof '

    regions. I! sick list last week but is better now. v -YHCXMK iou istrator of the estate of Roderick Baker Il I.i thi-n-fora onli.. .n-rt that .nl.| .nnnnlik.
    il'.r. mlnnt IH* and In hp..Iy rviiuin il. to nipar
    Parts of Germany will be occupied Mr. and Mrs. L. So-well and :Mesdames deceased. '" 'Ihi hill of ..oomula' ( KM, In .ah' ....... on r
    on a diminishing scale until reparationis Colson and Andreu were out This 21th of or In-fur!.. Mnniliiy.. Oh.. Jnil tiny' of June .\. I D I l
    day January, 1919. "
    I 'ID olhi-rwl alli-Katlonn of .md. | kill will ti
    made. I fishing at the river last Thursday.Mr b.. InkHn as hy raid. fvn.lant.'
    J. II.
    Germany must agree to the trial ': : and :Mrs. R. Andreu and little HITCH. I It ,IH further .....b..1 that thi enter. h.. puh.MMI ,
    The Woman's Tonic l-24-6mo. Admnl t.rator. |' | oni-i a week for flue ennii-cutlv WM-II
    of former E nperor William by an International .,I daughter Elane spent Sunday at the .in i County. a ncw i..- rl
    Mr. :Mrs N. Andreu of I"r inihlinh, In nal.l county and
    court for a supreme offense Irvin of home of and oats
    Mrs. Mary J. Notice ThU May let taut f,
    against international morality Cullen Va., writes New River. I' W 1. WEEKrinrk !: : -.,
    and to the trial of others of her subjects i :Misses Thelma Ward and Edna rirriiit* Caurt.SEAL. I
    for violations of the laws and "About II years a,;o, I Baxter were in Starke last Wednesday Six months after date hereof I will [ty. R. A. WF.'h'l.ut:K",. CI..k.

    customs of war. suffered untold misery afternoon. present my vouchers and, final account A 1.. A1)KINS Il

    The allies and Germany accept the with female trouble,bear- :Mrs Bryant Shaw has been visiting to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner County J I HoIi.Mtor' for Complainant t-l-St. I 1

    ing-down pains, headache relatives in South Florida. Judge of Bradford County, Fla., and j
    league of nations. Germany. however i !\OTI4K: OP KBTKAYMI: : Ml't IIIN: lf HSAMK y'
    accepting only in principle and not as numbness . I :Mr and :Mrs. I. N. Pinholster Jr. ask for my final discharge as alminstratrix Til MM! Flos 231, (,1-NKKAL: ;

    a member.All would go for three weeks I and non. Guy and Mrs P. S. Colson of the estate of J. E. Barton I! MUTUnI: i
    U ;
    I h..h' irlvi' 'n |"inumnt to th
    treaties and agreements with almost! bent double . and children were in Alachua lat deceased. i lit.nnmtd. nvction that \ O Stnoklnnd. on J t
    Bolshvik Russia be My husband went to Dr. Sunday afternoon. This 2Jth day of January 1919. (t1.. JMh tiny ...r Mitrrh. I'J"'! t. taken up one r-_
    must abrogated as I ,
    >I. HC:* hors mob HtxM.t well as the treaty of Bucharest with for Cardul . I, W Andreu. of New River was in EVELINA BARTON ,.....t seven hunilml [."..nI.. with tmrn.. t f
    1-21.6mo. Admlnlstratix mark nn hint U-IIM. until mil ID hnvlntr, any
    town last Sunday morning
    Rumania. After'. about two
    taking I .
    tinirn I .n left aiife, of root of tad I and l twtntr .
    German prisoners of war are to be bodies: I began; going :Mrs P. :M. Barefoot and daughter. t It i muuH. .,,1......! t.iit the n.... !Hiiiil! ..tmy..J'.Jinultf

    repatriater but the allies will,hold around and when I took Inez are visiting relatives in Plant / In rirruit ORDPR. Tourt.: FOR Rim priii of.K-ATIOV Florida. Elffhthludi.'lal and will hint I**ht,mi'n"M npcniiMinl I In nrermlnnc. pursuant with t"not itutut I.* of

    German officers as hostages for Germans three bottles I could do City this week. Circuit lirailronl Cuunt,. In Chun- tui I JertMiftrr 'n b., o accused of crimes. :Mr. and :Mrs.! I). W. Hazen and cry, ,, 'rile I"k"r up. and tltmeriittiun I. furnlnhr'1
    all my work. E-fiO J. 1OI.kI., I Iv. HiTI.Uvit* of th ntiirni" . The council of three has agreed upon daughter Eunice, attended church at .implainant. Poew i .U pursuant. h<. statute .
    Little Springs, Sunday. ve I Inna O ". thtrt ;.th .dry, ."f vXprtl. tutu!
    the disposition of the former German \ flick,. I I W T WtFKS24t. :
    colonies. The mandate for the l Grady Kelley. of New River was -orenolan", Clerk Circuit .curt.. t 1



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    _ ; I rs of' this vicinity. A meeting w: rgct" to thank their hostess for the town Thursday.J. ELARBEEElutboc
    i ',I at the hull where the subject wcussed ry pleasant entertainment furnfched S. Howard and family were in
    in detail. Mr. Caswell sa graciously to them. town Thursday. :Mayli.-Everybody( n
    ,it there is no reason why the ewe I Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and little daughter II. Blake and wife have returned to busy killing grass here.
    luto cannot be made us depcndald "here again from Alabama, visit- their home in West Butler, to the delight ;Mrs. J. J. Supp, of Manning, spent
    County News Items ,I profitable a money crop) as ci" I f her parents, Mr. und Mis. J. H.jore I| of their many icnds. Friday night nt the homo of her si, -

    i 1 1 1e'l'r\ was. The only thing accuses, of East Law ley, I Babe :McKinney, of Sampson City, ter, Mrs.\ J. M. Futih.Mrs. .
    --=-""' = is to secure sufficient acreage I Inket 1"l'edIoore: is in town this week. I is visiting his uncle, :M. L. !McKinney.i Frank Hunter and son and

    N Inttrcstlng Facts! Gathered During the Week bj* Our in car loud! lots and l to pat, ,We have learned of tho marriage i I 1llInn18 called to the be'' daughter, of Manning, were visitingher
    V I Regular Correspondents. \ them according to the mu we take this opportunity to con- I I critically ill at her home in Ludivvici, i i :\ : Rosie \Futch, :Mrs. John Green,
    i r- ,-f I standards. As the meeting wi. ratulatu the bride, who is well)] knowni ( Go.; I' :Mrs. \Frank Hunter and Mrs. Manila!
    :: :___ -- t advertised last Saturday only Law ley and popular among the i 111'1'Iax: Wilson and interesting Sapp attended church at Pine Grove

    GRAHAM: ar Dyal. w farmers were present, but thos junger set. son, Pernull, have returned to their I Saturday.
    Rev. L. C. Smith /lilUd, his rejuappointmc'nt ho were present expressed considciwle home in Oculu, after a few days visit I J. M. Futch made a trip to MucI -
    enthusiasm for the
    Graham, :May Hi.-O. .Abernathy, nt White Springs Satur to make further project. I Idcf LAKE BUTLER with Mrs. U. 1'. Wilson. I Clcnny Friday afternoon to visit his
    and sister, Biutriic, made a hip to ay and, Sunday. another plans for potatI'Owinr Rev. S. S. Proctor and L. A. Rawls | daughter Miss: Maude, who has been

    Starkc Monday.Messrs. The C, E. /gave an ice cream HOC la'riday died for/ next Saturday meeting afternoon has bee I Luke ButlerIuy: 10.-D. W. DOl'umuved left Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga., to attend I 1 spending some time in that city.
    for the of th' a his the Southern Baptist convention D. Smith attended the soldiers' home
    Rufus Jones, Jas. Reynolds, evening benefit ,ur o'clock at which time it is curs to Hampton Monday.
    \v. I1. Jones, I R. W. Currency, Ceiger 'hris Buriy, Lucy Prevail and Bobbie Sur- nd all repoit a nice time. nnd, an many organization'e'nt I n town Thursday.Roy Mrs H. Murshburn: had! the misfortune | a crowd of Bradford citizens were in
    : rency wen- visitors to Stnrke, :Monday. N. I Fl) Wynn and Barry, Kelly were < hoped that sufficient early DuboseVus in town Thursday. to fall Tuesday and break her I that town for the day.
    business isitors to potatoet Billy Roberts UI'III.Jrs.\ King and Muines were I ;Miss Maude Futch has been spending -
    Chosloy Fogg) made tripto Sampson City Sunday. ill be planted to make car lot ship.lI'nt" of Fi\e Mile, was
    Gainesville' Tuesday., :Misses: Nellie Flarigham, Virgic in July when the market ul- lading in town Saturday. culled and soon placed the arm in {| some time with her sister at
    4J Mr. and :Mrs. Jas. Reynolds were I lines Peail (joolsliy, Simmons antJessrs. .ays good. is Henry Rivers was in town Saturday.Pieston cast. She is resting better at this i I :Macclenny. She is expected home
    in Stal'kcun business Tuesday. : Flanglmm, Goolsby of ;Monte Williams and family were wl'itin g. I j soon.
    ; MISH Vinnio' I.une )has relumed' ) from 'c'hu. attended, church here Sunday. LAWTEYLaw he guests of W. E. Loudholtz Thurs- J'! D. W. forum spent Sunday, in Vuldosta. -'I,, The State Farm dairy is shipping
    ; Winfield. whoie she has been visiting I Dr. W.O;. Hiddleton, of Jackson- lay. I I I milk regularly now.i .

    ]her: ulster, :Mrs. Jun Dynl, for the |>astWeek Mile, was hero, on business Sunday. toy, May: 1. -Lust Sunday. was Clyde I'.nka is at home this week. I I Steve Denmark) and wife, of Raifordl i I J. Sapp, Manning: was visiting
    t O. \\". Cimwtll, county lIJellt'u 'ed I letter clay for T the people of Grace Mrs.: E. Dustier, of Micanopy; is theguest ""visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. John Crews '''lit the home of his sister, :Mrs. J. M.

    :Mr, anti :\'z r. :Muiphy Pi'ice made ier.ii; last Thursday vaccinating hone Methodiitt. church. Two visiting min of her son, J. W. Jones. this wec-k. I Futch, Saturday
    n buHineKs trip to Gainesville: Weclneslay. '()r :Mr. Uobeits und :Mr. Smith. Mr. sters were on hand to uddiess, the \\'. :\1. Overstieet was greeting his Air. ]Hackney and wife und :Mrs. Anderson :i Wedding bells in Elarbee.
    < 'asvvell reports that the cholera epilemie ,'ongregntiona on the'ol'k of the friends in Lake Butler Thursday. were guests; of :Mr. and :M vs.: The gills who dance get the mot
    Mr. und :Mrs. Will Jones and niece, among the hogs/ in this vicinity .rI't'IIt centenary movement of the C'. II. Driggeis visited Monticellolast A. C. Strickland Thursday., II I[ invitations but it's been our observation -
    I J.'I"'c'nc'cValklr., were in Starke Tiics- ,s veiy much improved but that he :Methodist Episcopal church. Rev.: G. week. '. I I lAin, Kussell nnd, wife, of Bland, were 1 i that the one who can make crisp

    ,. day on business. ays this is no reason why we should K. Bennett of South.Jacksonville, delivered J. E. Wilson, of Stuiku..MAS in Lake in town Thursday.Mrs. breakfast, muffins ure the first to put
    t I Henry Ward of Oklahoma, is here >e slack in our efforts to prevent an- a line sermon in the morning Butler la week.. i I : Guy gave a miscellaneous in the order for a white satin wedding
    ViKitiulC relatives-for a few days.Mrs. I tther" outbreak lie I is planning to be und l spoke again in the evening after I'l'ofe8S01Tel'l'y has been shower at her home near the lake on I gown
    I : T. 1) )))'al and ihildren spent here again on :Monday, :May III!), to !i Rev.I R. J. Dorr, introduced l ac the sol-, for the next term of the Lake selectel// Tuesday afternoon in honor of :Miss;'I .--- -- ---
    JUonday in Waldo, guests of her par treat the hogs: of ;Mr. Reynolds and I cntl11': and Mrs. li. N. Dowling. Fogg. If there are any other farmersin his own Perry avenue chu/ch, Jacksonville I : H. ;Maikee visited lastweek. number of Miss Townsend's friends
    J. V. Jones, of Hampton was here the vicinity who want their hogs which had already over I were present. |I May 16.-Private L.
    Wednesday on business. Heated they should notify Mr. Cus- the top, and had delivered an interesting I Mrs. W. M Overstreet, of Pulat, The third missionary party was' D. Witt, who has been serving Uncle I i
    _ _ i R. W. Surrency and son, Bobbie, well at once, so that he may bring the / lecture illustrated with stereopticon I ka, arrived in Lake Butler Wednesday held ut the chjb room Saturday af-1: Sam for two years, has been discharged
    were in Starke Wednesday on busi additional material and, treat aIls the views. morning for a visit with friends and ternoon. I I and arrived home Sunday.
    ness. hogs/ in one day, thus relieving him ofa Large congregations assembled at relatives. A. E. Proctor made a business trip' O. A. Mizell and wife are visiting*
    Messrs. Frank and O. J. Abernathy later trip for that purpose. both services and at the close of the J. S. Howard and family passed to' Sapp Tuesday. I I his parents this week.
    were jn Starke Wednesday on busi morning service, at the request of the through Lake ButlerVednesday en- Willie Scarborough is convalescent.' N. E. Taylor and wife were visitorsto .
    ness. HAMPTON pastor, Rev. G. E. Bennett made the route to Georgia to visit his mother to the delight of his many friends. '! Ellisville Sunday. They were accompanied ,
    Calhoun Barry, of Lake Butler, was (first appeal to raise funds for the who is dangerously ill.! :Mrs. Charlie Odom, Mrs. Charlie by Miss Russie Ware. ,
    here Wednesday on business.L. Hampton :May Hi.-A box supper' ttmnrv. The nnrmlf reannndail cen'l ,Bart. Steve.ns is spending the week I Sharpe,.Miss H. Newsom, Chap Newi I i Mrs. J. O. Fralick, of Starke, spentI
    G. Barry made a business trip was given at the Masonic Hall Friday loyal: loving spirit and before -the- day with his mother at Alaehua. som and Miss Lennie Newsom, of St. I the week-end with her parents, \Mr
    to Gainesville Wednesday. night for the benefit of the Hampton was over this little church, already :Mrs. :Math Sapp has returned to I Petersburg, attended the funeral of 'and :Mrs. C. II. Harrison. !
    4 t :Messrs. T. W. Waldrup, Lacy C&bb. baseball team. over-assessed had oversubscribed and Jacksonville after an extended visit their mother at Elzey's chapel Fri. I R. B. Roberts and family motored ,\'
    of Lake Butler, and :Mr. Sapp, of A short musical program was rendered gone way over the top of the amountof with her parl.nh11'::\ and Mrs. Rink day.A.. ;1 1 to Lake Butler Thursday afternoon. i>
    : Ia\vtey, were here on business Thurs by :Misses Vera Saxon and :Mildred their quota. Rev. Bennett also Richard. E. Proctor visited Worthington I :Mrs. G. W. S. ,Ware was the guestof 9
    il day. Seals being greatly enjoyed by represented a church that had gone Last Thursday was a day long to be I Springs Wednesday evening :Mrs. G. II. Carefoot Saturday af- j
    Miss Edith Sloan was a business all. Dr. Middleton. sold the boxes to over the top. remembered as Tank D.iy. The sear( Mrs. Ethel Crockron, of Worthin.-; ternoon. |J\
    1& visitor to Gainesville Thursday.: the highest bidder. Mayor Torode and V. Reddish were tank's coming/ was well advertised ton, was in town shopping Friday. I Lucian and Marvin Hazen, of '
    : :Miss Flora Clower, of Starke, our The boxes were well filled and everyone in Jacksonville Tuesday, transacting and the crowd was immense. It was :Mrs.[ G. W. S. Ware and daughter! : Gainesville were in town Friday af- {
    home demonstration agent was here seemed to enjoy their supper.It business a rare opportunity to see one and we 1 Lorene, of Worthington, were in town ternoon.
    Thursday on business. appeared that every girl thoughtthe :Mr. and.. :Mrs Chas. Watkins and thoroughly enjoyed the occasion. The | Thursday to take a look at tho tai.k. Harry Pinkston, :Misses tleorgia
    The l i-unning club girls' met at the handsomest boy happened to /get I Mrs. Alfred Evenden were visitors to build of the machine Is powerful. In I Walter Cable, Eldnd Duncan, Henry Yarborough and Thelma Pinkston attended 1
    ; home of Mrs. Ja.s. Reynolds Thursday her box nnd every boy was delighted! Starke Thursday. motion it is not fast, but its power of | Hall, Rev. S. I. Hendrix, Dr. J. A. the pound party at the home \\
    and} had a regular/ sewing IIl'ason.liMS: I because hu was itt) fortunate in purchasing J Ifev. Alfred Evenden was in Jack- resistance< is almost unlimited. For I, Maines\ Henry: Fowler, L. A. Duncan, of Josie Pinkston, of Alachua, Saturday I,
    ic Clower was present and they made a. the prettiest girl's box. The -onville\ Tuesday for treatment, and instance the old town calaboose, very I :Mrs. Seeber KmgIrs.: J" E. ;Maines, night.Miss .
    I merry day of it Those present were nice sum of $:.10 was raised l and it will goes again today. I stoutly built, was offered. as a sacrifice :Mrs. C. II. Dl'i gl'rsIrs.: Onie Pons, : Annie :MeLeod "spent' Sunday "
    :Misses: Alma Price, Vinnio Lane, Ruth be used to purchase uniforms and, supplies J. L. Southwell, of Jacksonville, the tearing up the old lock-up like a :Mrs. 'r. J. :Stewart: !Mrs. Douglass with :Misses Edith and Ida, Williams.
    Smith, Daisy Reynolds and Rosa ) for this ambitious anti promising stock claim agent for the Seaboard paper bag. In the afternoon the big j and 1lisslarshaIl: Proctor attended :Mrs.V.. R Williams and family-
    tJ Daughtery. tt>lIm. Toward the last ice cream Railway, was in Lawtey Friday. show was pulled olf when the tank :i the funeral of Mrs. Sol Xewsom ut were visitors to Lake Butler Thurs-
    '4' I n. J. Byrd made a business trip to was :served which added, to the happiness !Mrs.! J. T. :Moore was shopping in went into a pine thicket, knocking the I Elzey's Chapel Friday afternoon.I I day.C.. '
    I.. Alaehua' Thursday. of the already happy throng. Jacksonville last week. trees down! in every direction. Our I : Joe Hill Williams is visiting B. Hayes, of Old Bradford was a (
    ; Mr.. and Mrs. Jordan, of Plant City, Members of the team are. Rance Ralph Cooper, of Jacksonville, spoke bankers and the Woman's Club did I,, relatives in Starke this week. business visitor to Gainesville. Satur \
    t are here visiting IIrs.Johrfw'lup/ Johns) Cecil :Mature, Percy Grillin AI.11 at the :Methodist church, south Sun. everything possible to make Tank Day Mr. Long and family, of Five ;Mile, day.Levy I' \
    %_ are here visiting Mrs. Jordan's par \' Saxon, )Frank Harden, Jim Maxwell lay in the interest of the centenary a success, selling/ $12,930: worth of motored to Lake Butler Tuesday af. Witt was a business visitor '
    ('nts11': and Mrs. J. C. Padgett, this Arthur Bennett, and Frank Wil movement. bonds. I II ternoon. here :.Monday, afternoon. !!

    week. :son. Officers, T. N. :Murphy manager, Clarence Futch of Savannah, Ga. I :Mr. Wilson, who has been working The entire town and community was The refreshing showers of last I ,,
    Prayer meeting every Wednesday, U. M. Williams captain Willie Johns. I Isicietary is spending a few days with relatives, 'for Uncle Sam is visiting his grand- indeed made to feel sad last Thursday week were gladly; received, doing lots
    i evening at 7:30.: Everybody come. I I and treasurer. i\I in Lawtey.Mr. mother, Mrs.Verts. this week. morning when a telegram was of good to all. ... "
    (Quite a number from here attended These boys wish to thank the ladies I : and :Mrs Joe Rtggs and children :Mrs. Walclrup and daughter, :Mrs. received stating that Mrs. Dr. Sol. Quite a number of the Worthington f
    the party at Louise Thursday evening and! gentlemen, us well us the children, and :Mr. Riggs' mother, of Starke Hugh Hall left ;Monday afternoon for'i Newsom, of St. Petersburg, had pass- folks were present at Lake Butler on v r
    at the home of :Air. and M's.\ (Jldpnrkmun for thejr aid in furnishing the supper. |''wore visiting relatives near Lawtey Jacksonville. j j ed, to the Great Beyond. The body arrived Thursday<> take a view of the tank.A .
    ': :-; ;Miss Gracie Sparks, of Sunday. :Mrs. S. S. Proctor and daughter, in Lake Butler Friday morning party of young/ folks came up f
    4 David Kelly made a business trip is visiting her sister, Mrs. I I Wilmot Brown returned home from 1li..sIarshall.; spent Sunday at John and] watt taken to the home of Dr. and from Alachuu Thursday morning and
    to Starke this week. 1\lonteo"ha'l stown of :Mr. : spent the day enjoying thep leasurcs :
    Monday.Jim noy Tampa a few days ago and has been guests and Mrs. Henry ,' :Mrs. J. E. Maines to await the burialat
    Groves made? a business trip Mrs. H. B. Weest spent confined to his room ever since.>. Bill's Varnes.P. two-thirty. The funeral processionleft (of our springs returning home that
    'Lt to Waldo Friday.Mr. . the home of her sister :Mrs D. W. many friends, hope for his speedy, recovery. P Dekle and family came to for EUey's Chapel where the interment night. '
    ; :Mrs. Moore uf Therossa. town Thursday to the tank. Messrs. Inman Harrison and Dennis -
    and Bobbie Surrency loft see I took place, Rev. S I. Hendrix -
    J Friday for their home in Tampa, aft J. C. Terrell who holds u position Robert Rogers, of Putnam Hall!, :Mr. Walclrup is home this week. conducting the service. Roberts made a trip to Lake Butler I'
    t upending: a few days here with relatives in Luke Butler visited his family hero j "pent Saturday and! Sunday in Lawtey The many friends of Leaman Riversare L. E. Parrish visited Jacksonville Saturday night
    Othoe :Ml/ell
    has returned home after

    I and friends. Saturday and delighted to see him ,
    Sunday. I as: the guest of his uncle and, aunt, among us Tuesday.
    Alvm :McKmney of Louise, was in :May ISth there will be nreachimr at ;Mr., nn.i :\Irs. D. 1.. rtlAm-liiir.l 'I I again, after several months of fight- J. C. Crews. of Guilford. was in several months' service with t n-

    tr town on busjncKS Friday.Mr. I the :\hthodist'IlUl'ch by Rev. Hendrix, I I ;Newton :McAlpin 1,-;of; --Turn;pa; stock ing for Uncle Sam town last week.: use C.sam II. Harrison
    \ and :Mrs. Jus. Reynolds made of Luke Butler. The :services on that claim agent of the Seaboard, was a Ellsworth Harper is visiting his J. II. Thompson, of Worthington has purchased a fine
    a a business trip to Sturko Fiiday.I day will be in the interest of Centenary business visitor to Lawtey Friday. mother this week.S. Springs. was in town Friday. phonogrpah.Earl
    ? >r. Lamb and son, \Durance passed work Dinner will be served Louis Brown, of Jacksonville, spent S, Proctor filled his appointment ;Mrs. Wiley Williams was in town \Dukes1, of Dukes nnd L. R. Graham -
    through our burg Thursday. on the ground. Everyone come and Sunday at the home of his parents, at Brandy Branch Saturday and Sun Thursdriy.H. exchanged l Fords Friday each
    :Miss :Minnie hedge, of Hampton, hi'ing a well-filled basket ;Mr and, :Mrs. J. E. Brown. day. C. Peoples of Miller, motoredto one:Michael thinking he made a good trade.
    wui, here Saturday on business | i Miss! Lucile Durdcn, of Waiuhula, Rev. J. C. Diggs of Starke filled lIamp Williams of Providence, was town lust we'ek.Iiiritation town Andrew of Bradford, was
    in .
    ( hcsll')' Fogg made a business trip I is visiting/ her father, A. J. Durden, his regular upopmtment at the Law. in town :Monday. have been mailed for a Saturday.J. :
    ( to Gainesville Saturday.Mis. and her grandparents, Mr.\ and. :Mrs. T. toy Methodist church South Saturday :Mrs. W. C. Townsend and daughter, linen shower party given by Mrs. J.M. W. Cannon made a business trip
    : Will Jones and niece, Florence J Durden this week. und Sunday. :Mrs. II L. Sprinkle left Saturday for ; ;Mann, complimenting; Winnie to Alaehua one day last vveok.
    \\'alkC'I''l''e, visitors to Slat lie J. W. :N'mimo, of Jacksonville was .J. T. :Moore vvns transacting business Jacksonville to spend several days Love Townsend. :Mr Colson, of Brooker, has been in
    j 'C"lr
    with relatives. burg several times of lute attending
    Saturday. I visiting friends and relatives -- ---- '-- -
    at this in Jack"onvilleV'dn 'sday. ,
    'Misses \ llnil' I.anu and! Mube'\ I .,Ince Saturday, and Sunday ;Miss Alberta Bielling Saturday \\'. C. Townsend spent Tuesday;! in RISING, to business matters.
    spent -
    14 Hyrd made. a business trip :Mr. nnd :Mrs. I D. W, : -Jacksonville.Miss Messrs. N. E. Taylor, L. R. Graham,
    to llamp Moore, of The- and I Sunday at her homo In Biel-! ''T. L.
    ton Saturday. I ressa. were "shopping, : in Hampton Sat. hair near Providence.Mr. : Winnie Tovvnsend, Mrs. Tom Rising, :May 111.-We( nn glad to Douglass! and Edmond: Koavcs
    t_ :Mr. mid! :Mrs L' T Stewart am"" I I \urday. "*%; I I : and :Mrs M. L. Loadholtz were Townsend, Mrs. Laura Singer and see this pretty weather and! people's motored over to Lake City Tuesday
    little son Paul, were P. 1' :Miss ;Margaret Lowery motored to crops are looking gout!. !quite nn enjoyable trip.
    visitors hen I Altman of Stul'k('. who has transacting! business in Jacksonville J.
    Saturday.Mrs., I 'boon at Hampton for the past, three I I Wednesday und Thursday.Lee Staike lust week. Tutley N'ormnn' has recently purchased M. Rogers: made u business trip
    : i J. Jude Green: ,, of Five -Mile: in fromIac'k: to Dukes last week inspecting ties fir
    D. Davis and grumKl.uieli-, weeks, returned to his home :Monday.T. Supp, of Jacksonville, was visiting was a buggy; Norman the
    Const Line.Bob .
    tc-r. Florin Ward, spent' the week-end M. Cnuthen. of Waldo was a vis- relatives in and near Lawtey tovvii Saturday.Mr. who has gone( to Titusville to work.
    at Hampton with relatives.! tor to Hampton I :\Ion I Will Hil't'IIS here Saturday on The friends of ;Mrs. I. J. Priest are J. F. White came up from Dupont) Thursday.Mrs. while with her sister, :\Irs.V.. G. !i neat merchants, was in town :Monday
    j business : W. H. Brooks the 'I Brady Brown of Miller, business
    I I -tad to know that he is improving and spent Sunday at his home near Biggs and daughter- nt Camphor Farm. was a -
    .. ;Mrs. Thai'ley :McKinney was here 'rom u serious case of sickness. 1.nwtcy. :Miss Mae, wore :shopping in Jacksonville We are glad! to report that Owen j[, visitor here Monday.. _
    I on business: Saturday. Rev, Armstrong filled his regular :Mrs. C. Y. :Mayo t and little daughter last Wednesday. Alvarez is: up again after a lengthy I L --
    :Mrs. Alva Abernathy has returned ppomtment here Sunday., of Pollard, Ala., are spending a Harry Femberg was called to Cedar illness. [ H.\S SEVEN HOTELS;
    to her home from Jacksonville after Rev. John ;Mullndy preached, at The- few days at the home of Mrs.\ :Mayo'sparents Iveys Sunday on account of the deathof :Miss Lottie Warren Mcintosh: is : THREE: RESTAURANTS
    a three weeks'isit with her parents, essa Sunday.! :Mr. and :Mrs. J. II. :Moore. his father, Simon Feinberg, u merchant visiting her mother :Mis. J. L. War-,,
    :Mr. nod, of Dunnellon. The I' The official/ statement of the Hotel
    Mrs. .\. G. t) 'nt. Among the Hampton citizens who Quite a number of our citizens wentto body passed ren. :
    JI Ouch AIU'rnlithyIrs.: Eva Barry I ttended church at Theressu Sunday Starke last Wednesday to see the through Lawtey :Monday, accompaniedby :Mrs. Sidney Jackson: has hula, case' commission for April gives Bradford
    an.l :\tt N. relatives, to Savannah, Ga. where of the. but is better 'county seven; hotels and three restau
    nit. J. Wynn were in tarke ',ore :Messrs. C'rilInnin: -, Cl.cilIa.; tank that was on exhibition there.M. mumps at this
    4 Saturday' on business. 'iI', interment will be made. writing./ rants. In the state there's a total of
    '. J. V. Jones, James :Maxwell and : L Smith went to Jacksonville
    Henry Green; formerly of Brooker Villie Johns. Saturday where he will spend! several The death;! of little Owen Albert, the :Mrs. Drew Alvarez, of Starke, was ;i :J.O'.W! hotels and 1,041 restaurants.
    4' ,.s 17-months-old baby of :Mr. and! :Mrs. visiting in this section ':
    ', vas ft visitor here Saturday. The teachers training class is held days on business. From that city he Wednesday.
    ; Mrs. Ben Wilder anti tlau'lIter11'10: : t the Christian church every Friday will make a business trip to Dupont. Louis :Murr, occurred at their home A large crowd from around here '! mo :aliu; SI
    f Tom :Mills and ... here Saturday afternoon after a short were in town Wednesday sightseeing. !'
    .hiJ.lrlnIpent: Saturday veiling. Prayer meeting nt the some Fred :Moore returned! home a few LOWNEY'S & FULLER'S $
    d and Sunday in illness. The body, accompanied by a The tank was a wonder and! a good.
    Hampton wit! lunch every Wednesday evening. lays ago from Pollard. Ala., where
    relatives. I number of relatives and others, was sum of money was subscribed.' I
    ;Miss Ethel Hunt. x>f Hampton, vis- He has been employed for several 1W 8!
    ; :Morgan Prevail of I taken to Long Branch for interment, G. L. Sapp of Jacksonville is \ *
    Waldo attended ted her sister :Mrs Snsscr, at Vnlsta months. ;:5J Lt Come ,To
    church h services being in charge of ReV, L. spending 11 while with hi. mother of
    re Saturday ,
    : A. J
    eening.1ev. > last week. I Mrs. H. Harley was shopping: in
    I I P. ;M. Uitrirs" filled\ hi. appointment I Miss :Mabel Seals was a visitor to Jacksonville one day last' week. iverstreet.) Vanderbilt. II"'a>l visiting in the 5 \V, A. BESSENT
    I here Saturday and, Sunday de :'t.irke t Wednesday. G. J. Dye went to Atlanta, Ga., Frl- Levy Fralick and family were In Rising section last week Jjj'jf'IfIf'KIfV.Jf.fal'X.X.1: > ) (fl)

    ilvering very interesting! ermons.4t 1 :Mrs. E. ,J. howling, of Hampton and lay returning home Monday. I .
    :Mrs. Wm Sparks anti family, of ittle son. Pat, were visitor to Starke The Ladies' Aid of Grace Methodist
    Gainesville attended church here on :,,ist wel'c.Eo church were delightfully entertainedat I
    Saturday evening. J. King was a visitor to Alaehua the home of :Mrs. Butler Blanchard
    n. K. Price and sons. Robert and ounty :Monday Thursday' of last week. The Aid met TACKL'We
    lit M Willie, were visitors to Hampton Sun. T'nrll'y'ynn and wife, of South at the usual hour, opening; with devotional FISHING

    day.Lando !. "lorida, are visiting friends and rela- services and at once proceedingwith
    Mainea and family and Wil 'ues at Hampton this week. Mr. and the regular business! of the day have and
    lie Maines, of Louise, were visitors Mrs. Wynn were reared here and always After a very Interesting business session a large well assorted stock of Iures'lines, rods, reels and other equip-
    here Sunday. meet a host of friends who are the social hour was announcedand ment. New stocks arriving every week. *
    MM. N. J. Wynn and children spent 'la.l to tee them. the ladies at once proceeded to j j
    the week-end at Sampson City with, Leroy Birt, of Louise, was transactng eljoIt.. Mrs. Blanthard contributed Its always a pleasure to have you come in and look it .
    ." her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. Mc : business in Hampton Tuesday. additional opportunity for enjoymentby over.

    ' Kinney. O. W, Caswell, county agent, was surprising the company with delicious -
    Mrs. Dewey Strickland, of 'isre Friday and Saturday for the pur- ice cream and cake. There wa I IQUIGLEY LUMBER SUPPLY CO.

    yule, was here Saturday and Gl1ines'l lose of organizing a Sweet Potato a large attendance and the delighted ___
    L visiting: her parents, Mr. and :\ Growers Association among the far- guests on leaving? for home did not I _

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