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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 23, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 40. STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY MAY 23. 1919. NUMBER 47.

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COMMENCEMENT;: EXERCISES; I HOME: ECONOMICS: : AT THE SALVATION: ARMY: FUND (.OO\\) REPORT FROM I. \\\ TEYMis : y

BRADFORD IIIGII SCHOOL :SUMMER; : : TERM OF SCHOOL STILL I FAR SHORT I( OF Jl'OTV I '- ; rs

: Louis II. Hill, chairman: of thoI

Beginning Sunday Evening and Lasting s I'lorid! :State; College for Women June Hoped 'I hat Cummittl't'n"n' and Volunteer I I aw tey distrut for the Salvation i

Fur Three flays llith to August 8th. Contributors Will :Speed; Up i a. Army campaign, sent word yesterdayi"
.
I I the county chairman that Lnwley
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I Beginning Sunday night and con (owing) to the urgent" call for trained Volunteer contributions to he Sul- I'.d I'' already subscribed four-fl' fthii of

tinuing through Monday and Tuesday ,'".' ,'IIHioll workers and better trained vii tion Army fund have continued\ In'' 1"e" I'" > '|iiiota, and that the balance would)

nights the comencement exercises of e i.ichers in Home Economics,; in the tome in dining the week! and the total: I Mihsi ribed just as 'quickly us tho

the Bradford County High School will i heels. .] of the state, the Florida State has now reached almost $10(1( :\t I..1.1-I could he seen SI

be held. On each night the exorcises' llogo for Women offers more comitc the pro.sent rate, however lirndfoid, 'I.I Hill status that the p'pluaro

will begin promptly at 9 o'clock.Programs \ courses in Home Economics: this county will fall far short of its quota .inxiiiiis. to give to the Salvation

+ for the exercises are ns ,i turner "(session than ever b<,Cor,'. of this fund and, it is hoped 1 all I those 1a? ViMi\ fund and<1 nil that Is necessary

follows: ( ''i"r''s 0'fel'I-C1I'mi"try' -- .\ ''persons who believe' in rewarding din ;; 1 ret t the subscriptions i in for some
well formed will come' forwiml. nt'once t ay" 'in- tn nfor| them.
i
:Sunday; :Night/ 'n I e'in general chemistry is offered., 1 pi
Orchestra selection 1 ,um 1,uniemvnt of this course is in- with .such. contributions, as will, I l'' i' ,is n very encouraging report ,j

Hymn. f i li'..1 in the Summer School Bulletin. asa ta re (the "-uccess of the' inmpaitrnThose ,iii'in" :Mis.! Hill and it i.s hoped, similar.

Presentation of pictures of farmer, i, course should be\ taken by all who have contributed to tin-t 'I p.1" it t will be\ forthcoming from uth- 'JV;

'; pupils' who died inar, by :'tiJ. u'. 'd h ntin Home r.conomil'1I1101'> have fund so far are: il i II'io'eh"il'mell I within tho next >

; Poppell Acceptance on behalf of the I had. chemistry. SlnrUe' '.i> "i r two.

school, b>' (Carr Colley.Hymn. I'omls and A. E. Wall u _ _. :*!i ,1..iiMrs. > "na 1 'I"' ' Campaign has been given over '
Cookeryi Angle Slornborg .-> I noBradftnii : ''H- 1,0111..111"1, this assures. Its sue- r
i ''use' Fu"ls--Thi. course is r
County( Telegraph '!tit
Sermon by :fir Law.
Chorus ; benediction.Monday "' i'''d I to give n working knowledge :firs (lirnce; Ford __ . _ sup! .----- -

" und 1 t f , .p ..

of Night and l laboratory work '1'. !Kitch: ___ _un_ _ 5.00) m
Play by pupils high school interspersed -
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with meal is served. Two hours daily. J. 11.Iv''l'/ n______ __ f>.ou -Tin: TON. :/ SOFT. DRIMvS! : >

music.; Exercises Om h> 'iir college credit to those who : A. V. Long _ _ _______ _ ___ 5.00 .. -- J
TU'HdayiiJhtradunting
Piano selection. tee hauTbr are taking a course in J. ,Anhews _u_____ __ _ IU'" Owing to niisunderstanding' us ti8

Class History-Gary Ennis. ihomistry. :Miss.. Carter. ,iW. T. Weeks: _ __u______ _ lUll)) to the amount of tax on soft

1, Class Miss Florence Course 2-This ('uursI'' continuation I Sum Rosenberg ___ ______ _ _ 5.00Mrs. ) drinks, ice cream, etc., the flll- *
Prophecy
: Matthews. of Course 1. Several meals are : .J. W. White ____ .._ ._u 2.00( ) l'I'. OLSON: MOMi: .' lowing condensed, schedule, ' hasboon *
, Poem-Miss Cleo Mitchell. Mt 4"Mw served. during the course. Opportunity )} )Dr. C. Abernathy __ __ ___ 5.00 Son of Mr:\ and :Mrs I I. 1 E: ThomuH\ of f ,. sent out: A

Class Class Will-Horace Wilson. !t Is given for observation and I practical L. A. Davis, Jr. __ __ u_ _ _ _ 5.00() \Dukes Pvl Thomas\ has been II, .. Effective";. elate--On and after'

Valedictory-Miss Kathleen Alvarez. i zr. work in the practice cottage.: N. Wainwright __ uu _ __ 5.00>> .erva''m franc i nice August' "returning ., :May I 1 1919.I !! ..

Lectures, recitations, laboratory, two Miss' Kate Livingston. _ _ _ . 5.00 to hi- home\ this week will, .' Who pays the tax-Tho purchaser -

Piano Selection-Miss Cassie White !hours daily. Miss Carter. H. L. Stevenson __ _ _ u_ _ _ 5.00 his discharge ,. meaning the person who Y
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Address-Dean Florida State II i Course :Elementary Nutrition, Jos. E. Wilson __ __ n __ _ _ 5.00 ----- ---- ---------- buys the urtiilo. It !1.' paid. at the .1
, for Salley, I JOSEPH) II WII.LIUIS This course consists of a study of James Hornsby ___ ._ __ _ __ 5.00>> IN: HONOR ( )MISS: :S\ELI.GRO\E; : ( ; t time of purchase. -

S College of Women. school and A Bradford county soldier hailin feeding( the family group and individuals I"'. F. Stump ______un _ 5.00 I Rate of t.llx-Ono ( I ) cent for Aa I
Delivery grammar from Wotthmgtnn :Springs.:: under varying conditions. The! Itrooker ;Mrs. F. A. Scott delightfully: entertained each drink ('o"tilllh'n cents or ,a

high school diplomas-Supt. E. It.l! -- ------ text book "Feeding the Family" i is' John Shriver __ n__ __ __ ___ __ 5.00 at her home> Friday afternoon los.sj; and, one ((1)) cent for each '. 1

i Poppell. BRADFORD! :SECURES; i..iii.in; used as a basis for discussion One! It is hoped, that committeemen and :May llith with a miscellaneous shower .. drink costing ten ((10)) cents. orfraction ,\1> f

l'. The members of Misses the graduatingclass Kathleen ON: O"lil'111.1.: ; : SCHOOL:; TA'X; hour daily Miss Griffin. volunteer contributors will speed up in honor of :Miss Audrey Snellgrove. I ,, thereof over ten cents. t> r j t

,,. this year are: : Textiles and Clothing, and, nut> the comely over within the a dimming In ide, '-elect whosemntriagc Further explanation : The tax i.s
Alvarez, Anna Canova Emma Powell In the semi-annual apportionmentof Course: Elementary":: : : Clothing: next fmv -days. TI;,' campaign closet to :Mr. (hum liru.ly" Cooper( , upon the whale amount of the I f

t Florence Matthews, Cleo Mitchell the one-mill school tax Bradford This course is practically the same as next Monday! night. of J icksonville It,, was. ,ii','t'"Ily anmuuiceil. price paid' by tho purchaser. l),:

Messrs. Gary Knnis, John Powell county secured. fiurn, the state $ ,: 1-, Home Economics; IV offered. in the I ----.----- - f. The rooms of' I Ilie' lower /Moor. uele I Vlien the price is piiid. at one ''3'tiles. (
' Horace Wilson and Harold Wall.! 10 us her share.' This is i based, on the I opened' i rn'uitand wcie "b rnulifully. ,
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Admission to the exercises will be regular/ "'00"ionK. It includes the careand :, CHURCH) ('.\ II'\J"Ii(: : I1IG: :SUCCESS ; though in payment for HI-V- '9
rate of !J:1.r.r. per pupil. use of the sewing machine, cutting : ,end artistically decoiated. with a profusion oral article which are the ..nl)- .) I
free except on Monday night. The The' tot.nl! amount apportioned to I of ,, tlowct. .. (Ile'' colors ,
will :, fitting and 'linit-hing simple! gar spring! jccl of a Mingle. t trans.irtion ofpiirclinse ')! I L: m
admission charge on that night the counties>t of the stale was $'J2l-I! ments. One hour college (credit,) except <'henie 1"11I1,1' ,, given and white. ,y m
The' Centenary( of thi' I and sine I If'' total price
be used indl'Cru'ingo campaign
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be 10 cents, the to
" money 53(1.75: ( on ,a total average) attendance, Snturdaj. Miss: (Griflin. I Methodist Episcopal: church is meeting The mosts were" received l h>' the lioitoss , paid is the unit of. t'o"'llIItinlIh,. ,>;

expenses. of 1't7395.: Then- still remains to be ('mlr Elementary I Dressmaking) with throughout thi and the' honoree" 1I1ItlIrh'I'! .all hud! t lax. Thus, if the purchaser or'a )Iti
Monday und Tuesday mornings be- of ,r; :(I.I:1.!:! !great success e'enI I
the $ !)
apportioned sum assembled I musical
) a wax
have program
who hud
students iI
only to ders )
' tween 10) and 12 o'clock all the rooms -01'1'11 intuit '. The aim of the Southern' t two smln.s ut the ,I
Bored .of vocal and insliu-
will have display some of the work Course ,} or its equivalent. Pmctical- h'a"d, of the, chinch wns to "in iso consisting I same time, each costing 15 cents, 't ) '
on COl'RSECANNING
PROGRAM: FOIL SHOUT:; mental selections. ;Mrs I. FutchMtiir I
I\0?:
the Home Economics; 2, offered I . s
ly same as the .
of the The teachers decided thirty-live million dollars. to bo paid l tax t Is It i cents, and not icents.
pupils.: : .\:"IiIlPotJI.TItCUU I ; the 'beautiful .sot. : i "
I ,
in Hcssion. A .study of %
only few weeks before the end regular ( within live years It i.s now believedIthe . If, however he buys one i
a
ofI
I the economcial buying of materials: ; ] total of the subscriptions will and. Mrs A. E.: Wnll. "I .1t"1I1I"t'\! \ ,. soda, for 15 cents, Ibo tax is. 2 ..
school to put the011.; on display and Following is .given the program: for the making of cotton, silk and lingerie! I reach fifty million. Truly." :Mrl\ l II. C'. .1...",',*. ; ,. cents, and if be then Immediately. ...
have not had time to much
get up Bradford Canning .
the short course for dresses. Two hours daily except, Sat Klr/.alicth: Itiownlco '(' . .. 1' a
t material, but wished to begin the planof in Starke In this county the Lake Itutler circuit purchases' another" 15-cont drink I
held
Clubs to be j iiihtriiinenlul duel., These
and Poultry
ing numbers .
)
; I Miss
urday. Two laboratory }periods Tin the' tax j is :2 cents on. the second. ; k
havingthese displays this year. :May 29.! :SO$ :31 I : has led with subscriptions. 1 weio very much. enjoyed I I o
Grifln.Course; ,
The displays:! will consist of pictures, I i May 29th- | quota for the circuit was $:IifHi{ and I (drink, wbiih' cannot, bo treated, as 1' '
Thursday (i--Home Economics; Teaching The I prettiest t feature. of. the .afternoon 'e pint of the 'first Hale. 'P'e j
solution of problems, I! of this the subscriptions to Tuesday night
essays maps 10 a. m.-Talk, "Purpose up '
-For those students who have had xvns the re-entrance" of the honoree ( '1'
and note hooks.INTERESTING. I Courlll.-1\1, Lola :M. Snider. ''amounted, to 1151.: This is a splendid -
I Short and. sewing, or exquisitely gowned. in whitegeoigetlc e 6, m uY
elementary cookery for Lake Butler :Methodists .5 a . . r t e'1 'ti' t. >
of showing -
1'1' a
10O-I.l'l.tul'l':!( < pllration as
: the equivalent of these courses, a : esc-oiteil by the attractive!
: : ; WILL FILED IN:/ :Meal; What Should, bo Included. in a course in methods!, in teaching Home and their 11ev..h vvide-uwnKe: '. llendrix.', con.secrated girls nf her Sunday. school class' carrying ,-::Itv'leI: :MEN;: IMIII.I-D:: : '10 K/

.? JASPKK: COMES: : TO LIGHT I, Meal": -Miss: Snlcl.r.J.unch. Economics; is "tr"I'Thi,\ !! course includes pastor, I"" dainty wands: representing, .. fairies ( 'I'HI111.1':: : ; 'IK.\ \ 1.1.: PAY y j,
The Slarkc-Lawtey charge has n I
I'
lessons In of the '
in
a study presenting" one corner main rot i.p-
( By Oscar' ;M. Johnson.) : 2 p. Preparation of meul.I and demonstrations, in foods and food iuota of,, $1.11I1!)! IJnolIiciuI figurci lion mom' was erected. a throne draped Senator. Trek 'Trammel. desires to

Tallahassee, Ha.. :May !).-What' is ('- Serving meal. preparation' and method. of presenting 1 place, the subscriptions up to Thursday in white and docorntod with ivy and' given notice to all soldiers' Mai tors and ;

doubtlos! one of the most interestingwills I I 1\\O;:( p. m.-Club Kally Talk-Supt. domestic art work in high school at about $::1,000Figures ). I pink oleander's. As the hrido-oloct! I inarinoM' of Florida di.n hargod" since ''I (ll I

ever filed for probate in Florida Poppell. Club grades" rural schools and in extension from other churches in the was seated thoicon' 'her }hen.I I was November. I II I I/lH I! that under' an act 4 4I J i
has ju--i b-eu l filed in Jasper, Hamilton I Club songs! ; reports of work clubs. Lectures om hour .daily, county: are not available, but it is understood (" "'.WI"'I'' with, n beautiful. band of flowers ..f Congrt, s-i approved Feb. L'Hlli, that ;

count' ; and according to the at- presidents. throughout the session :Miss Carter. they are making line prog- by hor fairy attendants, and the. I 'they are ontlllcil to. five eentu travel i "

\ till Ill'.. -read Us filing, i.s likely to I.'ielay.fuy: :HOth- making Home Economics: Extt'l1iol'ur, \ !. i 1'1"". guestsrune neat I, .doing obeisanc. .-. and pay from point of dist'luu'ge! ,, to bonanle \ n,
result in litigation, which\ may result 0\ a. m.-I.I'KSon. Bread i-Orv.aniznliun-T h i s --- -- present. '' gifts Silver" cut glass, I (" place' cif ,',.:ci''III''l'h.' ..st' who for "'
innronl: in" re.i" .p 'n th" tux: r'venues Miss Snider.. Course' PERRY: I 1'1.0\( I Sllll: ERDEKi : ( ,1 I'nell' lingerie, , Iny tibolit the, sweetbride ,allY roiiHoii have not heretoforo roceived I
vogotnles consists of daily lectures on 1 .
< .1 I r; :. ,. l..\ 'd i .i-. it will Demonstration, Canning 1'iurse nl: with ,liinlng eyes she atteinptid thin amount are entitled to tho I'' '
more than parallel the Flaglcr case in tin and, in glass, Flora ('Iowl.r.I the' problems the' home demonstrationagent i Tin- many friends of Mr. and l Mrs,, I a f.w..rol". of appreciation.The I sumo 1 tl'i '

now pending. ( in the supreme court, as p. m.-Lunch.p iy.ntinn will probably moot with, such local ns: organ organizations ', Floyd I''. Shiferdek' ( nee Miss Etta!: last moments found the ladies ; Blank for making application, for ; :'
co-operation -
it involves tin assessment on property "' m.Talk, Hejfi--Dr.. Camp , methods of conductingclub l.imlney, of Belmore, ) wil regret' to ailiiuring.. the gifts( and enjoying( ,. I this additional/ i pay may be hud by uddiessing p It

to the \tenl of $9,000,000, while the bell. r ( local h'IU'1i of the death of their' infant son, .delicious cream. milk in the of studying conditions -
:10I..on., Eggs and meetings their ,residence
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: which cm-red at
Perry, "
Flugler: tax case involves but $5,000- of determining kinds of work This love'y. afternoon alfair' was 1 Lemon lildg.! Washington, D. C. Semi
,)i.t.--\lioK; Snider early hour i
Park
Panama at un
000. 4:30:: --Preparation of picnic lunch. needed by community, report 'making :Saturday morning.The followed in the evening by the assemblage i nlor' Trammel" nlati-s" that ha! willcheerfully !
;
:Several:; days ago Jasper was visitedby o-I'i'.-nie. of Hub members and agent relationof nf a host of young people, spa.I I render, any assistance po.-
the sole and only heir to Wellington homo demonstration work to the funeral ok place Monday af dill young. friends, of Miss\ Knellgrove, : Hible! to "Florida men desiring.. to bum-
Satunl May: :ttst- I
u
George Byrne, who at one time > Talk Punltry-:Miss Floyd. state colleges and the Federal department tit noon at) .I o'clock from the rosidome. who addeil/ "rare !rifl.'. Fimt, came. tho llit by thin a< t. Si
!9 n. in.-- .
resided at White Springs' and who m.-T.e..on. Fruit juices and of agriculture.\ Lecture one hour Rev. Dr. Sheridan' officiating, young! Inches and a "euro free. intimate ) 1- : - r
claimed that place his official and 10 a. Miss Snider daily. !Miss Landrum. Interment was made in the family lot hour was enjoyed With the I HONOR( :/ ROLLllradfonl

legal r-si i""I"I') und he filed a document vinegar- The home Miss r Course H-D<,mon'ltrntllllCookery\ in Evergreen: cemetery by funeral dire young /gentlemen came the {, ul
I 11 I :":o-Talk. flY- "tertnln-I I
which is interesting in the ex- ton. : -This! i is a study of methods of giving 'tor. W. C. ( ''01'1'. Jr. wont of games Luau music,, i, High i! School for tho 7th

treme.' It is in the shape of a will Lunch. demonstrations and a study of tho Little )>I'II'Y11'1 born Nov. 27, 1 W17!> took the nature of a farewell B. Y. P. month :

supported} by documents, covering various 1 p. m.- !Model Club meeting- methods, of teaching subject matter at Panama Park, and died :May 17,, Ii. -oi-ial. Mr.l lloince" Wilson, ,pre, ,i- : l-irsl rliade: Leah HI ruth, Hazel 1
2:10: ) m.- '
phases of the subject,' which Flora: Clower.p. for home demonstrations. Canning in J lull! ) He wan I year, r months and dent, gave: a .fitting word In appreciation .I'.hns, Kv-n: Underbill, Glenn McMil!

bear the si.rnuturof such officialsas The above is the program for the hot water, water cal and steam pros- jo days old lie was a beautiful lov, of !Miss Sncllgrove! and her workin 'lan' Louis. Dees.:

the Mayor Montreal: the Governor annual Girls! Short course. I slncoroly sure conkers preservation ti* citrus nag; (child always looked, so sweet. Hw.is < the Baptist church since 'her brief :I I f.-in.l! ( ;in"l.lIilllt",1 Hilrox. Julia ( ,

General(; of Canada, and though trust that every club girl will at- und other Florida fruits and vegetables : idolized by his parents and ill residence, in Sturke. After deliciiniMleftishmonts ,Cunova, Rodman Underbill. AnnieMori

the testator dud about 11 years ago, tend this meeting. The people of will ho given by demonstration, who knew him. He leaves a vacanlp the pastor> expressed: thin : ", Thelmn/ Andrea, Doris Pope, ":

he peimitted0\ months in which to Starke have very kindly offered to entertain laboratory and lecture work. Throe- |..,... in the heart ami, home t that 0'1111I'v..r sincere regret sci general among the. Willie. 11I'n"I'r. Merrell McMillan, /

file the will and codicils because of the girls while here. We arevery hour laboratory periods daily ;Miss i, he filled.\ He was sick only three' young! people at toning MISS Sncllgrovt. Paul Knight, Lloyd Cu.swell.

the widely separated holdings. in his fortunate to !secure !Misses\! Layton Landrum.It and a half days but suffered hard. Th' .'. The guests> lingered long to Third Grade: Eli/abeth: Andrews, f

name. lie owned extensive propertyin Floyd and Snider of the State is suggested. that all students Lord say, "SuiTor little children U, vish, their friends 11 happy and long( L"lIi"I"U.; 1'111'1JullninlC! Nevin1'ry.'r

Brazil Argentine and, other South Homi I Demonstration Force as instructors preparing: for either home d"monstn, cone unto :Me." wedded, lif'. A special feature of the Iluth: Sternberg) Ixiin Colley,
:Mexico and in A FRIEND.OWEN : tho the William Harvard! Charles Kickliter,
countries
American The meetings will be held tinn work or positions to teach Home u-vvuwas presentation by D'
the United States, the states of Florida in the Futch building Please, every Bionomics have a conference with .- -- Union of a "Wish Book," in which. Walter" :McDonald, Jr.

and :Maryland as well as several of club member try to( be present. Mi'! >n Gertrud York, in Home Economics ; :: ,\1.111:11'1'1.lUt: : each guest that desired wrote a wish Fourth III.-1'h..lmn; Snellgrovc,
the western states in addition to Very truly, Department and ask her for for the bride-elect. Miriam: Ortagus, Elise; Jones, Virginia! !

American mining and railroad stock, FLORA.. CLOWER. suggestions as to which courses! to Saturday; May 10th, the! death angel !Miss, Snellgrovo' will reside in Jacksonville Weeks Evelyn: Pope.

property in New Zealand. and Australia Home Demonstration Agent register for. : visited, the home of :Mr. and :\Irv. after her marriage to :Mr. Fifth Crude-Nla Poppell Ouslio

and in Spain. It was his purpose, --------- For general information write for i A. Mary and took away their dar Cooper, hit: .v Allen C. Khuler pronouncing Mae Bennett, 1'IIL: l'nolatthIWK.; Florence I

the will recites to }have a correct record Kansas City, who thinks that he Is en- Summer School! Bulletin. For any lirlg\ son, Owe-n Albert, who was fifteen the word.s that made them Andrews, Ruby: Davis, Sammy

of his holdings< and. their value titled, to at least a half million of the other information regarding! Home months old. I his I sufferings: wen one at nix o'clock, Wednesday! afternoon Sternberg,_Roy_ Mercer.METHODIST. ._ _
before settlement should be made, intense for week caused by a typfof May 21st.llll'RSDVY. d
a state, and :Sarah:: Wellington, of :Madrid Bionomics courses, write to Dean one!
and as the end of the period. permittedis Srain who claims the sum oft School cf Home Economics: Florida! iroup, und all the medical aid wan : : \ :;

nearing a complete schedule has 0000. State College for Women Tallahassee, to no avail. Funeral services were : IIM.I' IIOLIDXYBeginning 1 ) e''

been prepared of the assets and next Attorney General; Van C. Swearin- Fla. conducted by ]Kev. W. r.. Overstroet of Sunday services at the Starke Methodist (<
at Brunch cemetery, on Thursday, Juno Clh the church: I
court
November in the county accidentally came to know of the --- -- --- I latwte'y at Long ,
who have gen for the mother, father and 1 business houses of Starke will closes Sunday school, 10:15: a. rn.Preaching ji
Jacksonville any may any filing of the will before Judge B. I B!. JUNE: ir.lh:; LIMIT: FOR FILING all grieved
claimes George Wellington know that !Heaven hat, Thursday afternoons ut 1 ,,'dock'doinll' '' I PJ: o'clock.
against Johnson, of the county court of Hamilton OF( INCOME: : : TAX RETURNS: brother, we
Byrne are' invited to appear and present He was there for thepurpose the gain of one more' bright angel a the! months of June, July and, Junior! League, I p. m. 1J

them. county.'nf making an od'lress and it Juno ITith! has been set as the last ': mother, a father a brother of an angela I August I Senior League, H p. m.The 4success
had splendid
--- --- I centenary teams
Having complied with Wellington was while there in that capacity that day for the filing of returns! of information -acred thought.: I t1
with their drive last Sunday
George Byrne's suggestion Kidd has he learned, of the incident. )He[ investigated in regard to the names and S> enes seraphic, high: and glorious: \PTIST 'afternoon. 1
The Starku church has
changed his name to Byrne and in and has! found that in his belief ajdres.es! of individuals to whom there Now forbids his longer stay; ''it'4 as I
and made of salaries! See him die, O'er death victorious, Sunday school, 11 a. m. allotment :$1,000( ; they !succeeded in
the meantime the widow son the Ptate has a good claim on the have been payment ,
daughter have died. The daughterdied estate for back taxes which may wages, rents, interests commissionsand Angels beckon him away. !Morning worship, 12 m. getting: subscribed Sunday afternoon

at White Springs, Fla., July f 6, amount to more than half a million other gains and profits of $1,000or Hark! the golden harps are ringing, No night services at this church an I I2.09.J.DO, and there has been about :I
bac- :JOO subscribed since which leaves
fills the air all churches will adjourn for the $ a
1908. The widow and son are believedto dollars. It is pointed out that the more during 1918. There was an Sounds angellic ;
I' calaureate service for the High School : deficit of more than $I ,IiOO. Next Sunday -
have been drowned when the great Is mostly in the nature of extension of time from :March 15th. :Millions now in Heaven singing,
property there. class of 1919 to bo held, in the school Is the last day of tho drive. Anyone 1
British line' Empress of Ireland collided stocks and bonds or personal propertyand This extension was first made until Great his joyful entrance
wishes suscribo toward
o'clock. The who to
FRIEND.for auditorium at 9 pastor :
with the Norwegian steamer that as such it must be taxed at May 15th but has been advanced another A
of the Baptist church is to give the this! fund if you have not a pledge
Storstad in the St. Lawrence river in White Springs! which the testator month.
the Starke
call Bank of
card at
whose salary *x sermon. please
,'claims to be his home. I Those who employ labor, either 1 in each employe
1914.Two large or small numbers, are requiredto reeds the amount of $1,000) a year, am I and. you will be supplied.! 11
claims have been Turner
contesting -- for failure to do this is i I :Mrs. W M. of Jacksonville J. C. DIC.OS,
filed against the tremendous estate..1 I Giving to a worthy cause Is givingto make these returns. The law requIres -I the penalty visited relatives here during tho week. Pastor.
be made ''fine of not more than 1000.
and they are by John Waldron, ol the Salvation Army. that a separate return



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ri" *!!rf 11iH1Mj!TF'w'ri!V!.{z1\*t:*";*tv "i I!r?i W"ft', ; { ';.!'dii l"! r I my"De-ur xvi.tk TYI"Ih'r-1 today: and I h"d"I took"Jny the off af fron ft.rnoon .'

in Mi htm-i-ituf.. 1 iun't: toll OIKfnt :
1" I <'tioriiil) port nt what I Haw but it

t\ I all *.
IttiplcSMcd me
:!
; o "
U [ ': 1 I Wi. went to the old city Kate that

i .. luis\ hi'i'p KlandmK about 2,000 yeariJlus : ,
A ln 'is a Hlrictly Konrmn/ ronMtructionWe ,
::1 J 'i. ,
.> .. t '. 1 went thrnuKh the old Koman <'u
7,'" "", n : : \ \ ; D "' \.' hi'driil:i, one, of whuh him been HtutnJinr .
t f l.tffJ! : ; i\
It h for neuily 2,()00 yearn It hiinIMMII
'
-t hf
: 'I, m, .. , .. built
," 'i't' 2' ;'$" .'. onto evernl tiniCH und it
I'1 ; jl 1 H Vtj:., \.h 1 :: J I :'Ji1 j,;. 1''.)'w\\' 'lr 4S.m !' )J . ,IM it wonili.. ,i'fill piore of "r"hitedu1'(-,
,
.
1111 I' '. ' . > :<<):$ 1.1 ) : : '"r: " .' f.' .' !' ,
II : ,:" \.'; ,jJ JgtG UI'b Wj, .. t 1 i \\ wr. It will II"ltlhollt H.dim) people, und ,
''I ',MJ"" t' 'te 'p J:' ,' "hH.rfH't, j 'iJ '!: l'J'. von CUM' hear a whrnper from one m '" III iw I f $ P J'; ', ,' " '''il: !& > :i : U} the houKu to the othc-r. There is

,: :! ':: '!!; ':;!!;:::!, ::!:; ::! ;: :: ,: ':,:: .' ::, :JrJJillilliiif! !V: '. : ,,' " "i il.imwmJ1jJJJm: } I world miniof' rnuny the best irnaife xtutuiiry* and! di-niji!there( in the OflourHp

'I ,"" it was n Catholic iliuiih. Kvery : -
"
,'I I / ,II1f. ; pt'f': II
""U' ii'' the best
I II 111" //i 1iI11111I':1! !': r I,: ''I (I','l'm"W' !I iijJI j I' ilJ 'iri' I I 'I"' I :'11, ihmhWW1Jm symbols sti-p". in The religion imhitetture in c.xprc-ssel of the hy

Koitiiuih: of 1 1500/ ) yeiirs a o far exceedsiinMhiiiK buy for / /
.. I havo uvc'r Het-n. in thoMntis /

11'1'1,1'' '; Ik, II 1111," " ,/1'' .I il';' !: " ' ,. ,: :' : : ' : : 1""" .,, 2i iisli-rv" '. whi-ie I .went, the through. the. .old mon-. the
/ I.' 1'1 pru-s( jmd monksn
I"" h : ;' .: ,' 10 !
1111 i ; : : jm'h 'j : "
: ,
,I I ''I "I"" "" ' ., 11'1 Ijlll ':!:, ' . ". ,, ', ,.1, ,' "I ." I I', I'' e', til. to iln/ their work.. There aros.rne
",'1",1., : !" : 1 .I' t. : ; ;; 1hi.;:? .
tIll........ J. j', 1, !I "di'I"!I? ,, .:., ":i">, JI tll'tll'd' i "' : '; r\ \ tv.i : of, the KPeatest maikH .of' thoundent
11,1 t (litres that 1 i-ver 1'h,' '
nw.
I. ""
I;" i" 'J' till J' W t Mll\ jj;
;'' '" , I. Y III'' I.. l h 'H.d' l / old' churches' wore HrHt built for eouithoiiKi
I" : I''" ""I II I '1.."j".:'> ; 'Wr, -; '" by the Koman: rult-i-K, I went.

.odPOII :!I !i r i'':; I:' i lIij :1Iill: i ,ii I i r ib1ijJk in line, are that, a wan p-rcnr built many by works Constantino.Then of ar-. '

i'hi lei'tural henuty put here by ..luliusCaesar.

: ( :" :i 1 :i'I' ::; : ;! '' : II ' !!: :' ! !! 1IIIIIInuIii' The greatest
, :: ,, :; :: : : : il''I'; ''IIII : II' I I lien' xvent through. the miimuni.In .
theie found/
I. I we xvorkH from all "ivc-csnto worth
I t I'', ," .' I'' : ' :" !," ,,11:11': '" atfmul
1 11 the things that tnic-k me most
,
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I,"' '. .' ""',1"" I'' I / ., II ,',," fort'ibly were I the implements used in 01 b r.tfci! 1
,
''I I' ,, : :" ''I ill., II'
,!"::,,, I II, I'' I )! !' the old .utone" IIKO. The pottery. nndiniplenunt.s
: c.in't
., ; : : ; help cutting looses j0Y.US
,
/ fl' r
.. ( ,' YOU of war, lire real wondorsWe ,! Seated TUht- Ken RiiCht:: r :; m2nf
I . .i / :, every time you ilusli you llnd/ in here the npct'imons' of impleniintM ,.
; e-, '."' :lI: with Prince Albert it hits Kathered! for ( out : possible
n.OOO
,. : \ il" !smoKc"p:: n > . "
I... .. .. I,jI.1 :ifl1lllll you BO ftn'r nrul: sqwre. It's: scuttle lull of jimmy yeais. o'lI'.r11' things that I had "'iIGJ f. i '.:).. :,c. \ '.
]
dio-imod, of old, } >? ct.'iI .
,, never "sec-nip;; xvas an v : :" "V'
,..,... .... : ;. ) p'pp:; ( nnd c-'Tirvtte' mi'n'i3! : :ttmsiro:; jirvl is :satisfy Hlfyptum: mummy, II.HOil yearn old, nndWIIM !,; '. .. "';::11.is.!...: ," )''I".._ ',-"- ,

\ ,; as it 1.3 dul-'i'htfrl hour of the twenty-four: nierinien of perfect I Iwwh : 'El.f ( '
'. ,It,.' : : U11 jr evry n | n man ::: ,t;' ':;. r''r.: '
I hud, the I time, "pice and ability r.;
:.: ..... ... It'j" n-viT too I I"t:) tr> K\-; i ito 1'ic Prince Albert plotu-iure- to trll all that I saw.Vi; went. to C/cfil'

\ .'. : ,: ra-;tl.rcl For 1\ A. i ; -.ijcr-rcnily: : 'tn give you moro the ruins. of an old kuiser'w pahue' ,

I f 1\\ I J tob.icco fun (ban > "i i r I'-id: in your smo'iocarjor.That's ;: .lestioyed years. ngn. :Most of thenuns ;
lind been exenxnted but I the xxoik,
A '
I : bccpuza: it f.si:> f V (\. :TKJV./. had! not been finished, xxhen the xxarnUv The ,

: ,', )'\\I ,., Pie :. \ \ Quiet: i:: : \.i . i Know Pur" 1' 'bl :.t you'll \vrifc it l1t1I : ,. out.Vi \

I tn: it 1' A. f.' : : 'I'1 > i ' .;>, 'ii .> < r p. .. . } uuAf li1t'lH \ > then xvent to an old nmphitheatie Flavor
Hole is xxlute. the men usedtu
I, 11 ni i c' : i ', : ui: exclusive patented process luixe'their Hunts.' The old plisons

\. I cut '( t : A'ry it I for what ails your tongue i.. still there hut the animal eairc-s are

m nuns. It i... ""1'1'.1. that Nero Lasts
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/.>;./>v rr>/ /'<'>{l f u/v. rnfm.. Annim pound anj half potinj tinAtmmitr
put to death :.10.000()() Christians! there
humidor with
fAtif r/r".r
*-emu- practical pound crystal glau
pong* moimtfnmr top that hp. th* tobacco in inch perfect condition nt one time. This is the oldest city
north of the Alps.It .

R. J. Reynold Tobacco Company Win.ton-Salem. N. C. i H haul to have to stay over here

---- and lit the other bo> s be going home
1 but nevertheless. 1 think the stay will
""' ''I1I1I1IlIll': nir triukt :Several litmt tlotk i I... on top. This is where the
t mien w.' wen* ilrnen ..tf the rund toii life btwH and the raptnin'M KID: ill pay for I would have never Rot the ii
information that I have unless I
Soldier :=] i \\'u it until Mr Hot'ho had! K'ven' uplooking kepi I'leiity' of "mom for people also 'here. I am going to try to go came to

for UK and had! KOIIO Ins way. on the "top-Hide. Tho mam deck IBju Coblcni and take a sail on the Rhine.

After about e\en ,la>'" nnd inglitu, .t below thm and ,extend from bow There are everal going day lOtS
every
with( viiy little IIII.\|>, we ran into tliuwotuii to ctern while the top deck li only "
Is-Hiir-tdlo I I from here. I think I will have the
Kruiu-i
*
,
i live
when' our trmks were to ho mi.l hil'. Here the seamen until
Mil n'h r.. I DID.IMil I). ileliM'H',1 llt'ic itiiiieH another ineiiioial the ....hI..rll aro aboard, then the firemen I jihance soon. It ure i j" great to seethe [ friend J. W Wamright, is yet here i

: .)r :Ti'li>itrnt"h : >lo inclit. \. It wilt daik and tinny and, 1 .nennu-n are together Next that work of ages: ago. I never realized with me nnd we both Bern! our best regards |, NEW
such things xxere true. I hnxeI l
'llii< luti'Ht ISNIIO of tlu> '1"'h.ltl'II.h, and the I"'II"I" ,'" tduk 1111 KieaiedliKhtinni II" tlio Kim deck wheio tho firemen call to the folks back home. TNDLE
I read <>f them but here I
jou can seetlum
or tnllicr ll",> lalc. .( DIU> I lull I I tcnivluiil : ';. On .1111' way up ( lie hint homoith Inn tenbiiK and "moo/e- I I BILL
I I home
,..1.! n. Uni r IftliT in it f i'KIII onoof hilt we <'iiioiinteied n leKiniont of enK l hn!::." Tlni ileck i.. taken up by thodi am going to bend a 1MV. :M Phillips Co. F, 144th T C HOTEL

tin' 1 h.>\N OMM 1' on I tliI.. Hi.lc, HO I ItI" i nee is .IIIIII' in \V.. (rot (thiiijTH" 11I1I1t-; >iitfhbo\8 when 1 wo are headed for old book mi Trier and some souxenirsSome Camp, Ktat Am P. O. 76:!. Am. E JACkTONVIUE-flA(
of them helmets Prussian
,,,lot III |';'lluim| thai I iniKllt: IIH \\ cllMiMiil It.d III'| in iimd. failnon. Sei'Beautswilo I.ill,'it.V, Thon ctiineH. the berth dock are ono I F., Km me. Pl HoderivScreciwS
: guard and! li"'n"11lulI'l, Inin't European Complete
I . : one :
oiu< iilonir nlh\lh.1| I ln> n \\nll Mo\\- "(ellinir ma jo is I In ilk'* and inajomwelt and then tho luo r..um.I h. no one
t.ike of these trnxolsso outride Stejn\Ut>ated 1Bup' (Cafsncowvxlioiv
cine on mv / roomr \ (
il,* III Ilio liiiiu h. I 1..111 IIh"I\.'" Mryili tt'llinj"' ; .....ijreiinti (llnnttH, hutwlieii but the tn.email makos hit foiir-liour '
I .sending them home. I do not Colds Cause Influenza Co\vor\iw\t to [ I
am ; Grip and ( verythillj.1rM <\
( lm>'l< to ( Inplarc wlu-if t "1"'lItInY one knew un.MHU1. Oui' tiiitUs well1deliM'ied , .\ftor irmdiiatiiiK: from" tho H, II. :S.; krinxxAlien 1 nm going homo for that LAXATIVE BROMO QUMNE: Tablets remov thecause. . t of City Ser\d for Booklet' .
time does not look to bo near I liko Ililt' | There. la only ono "Dromo Quinine 71 JINDLl" U.SmTM. PROP f
;yoiilliful , mul ,lo llmu tloiir, JUKI defoie .I"| .i.lijrlit tho noxt 1 I i'nloied. the serxico .ind it hasbeen, ,
xxork the niiuh E. W. GROVE sUioatuio! box. 30c.
in postoffiee CD
|1..I'h.| \\ h..1II I ..rt"11 Iliink of. I inn nun'in UK and wo lot( it"oil to ( he tinnfoit asiilniihlo to me us two \eiim in colli'Ke hdh'I'I,I
lotiKHiV for t Iln> ,liniv to tome when [ iilul. Hiifot*.' of n dugout whereo. It'.. tiiu1 1 diil no acti\o servicefoi than the xxork in the field\. I

mil foiiir lionu' mill (ill \ou. nil ulniut spent' a while in lilisuful sleep. AhoutJ .. (he douirhhoys and nobs stopped I i Your son,

my I'llifi'i' ns n iv111 .toUlioi'. It wiiul.ltiiki' :! .:10 t Hint niKht a Inuiiliaiiliiiont hi'Ktinnnd the name, but t nm a fullbtoodcdmericiin I Ai.nnur DUtiosn I II' INSURE WITH I
Hmimumt m
loo nuuli pit pel"' (to write till my lieu* \\o not a .now experience.ftoi . ,\ and >'ou know xxhut I meant I :

iiX|"'lleni.ei >i\ ><|1' heie.. si | will justICive ,\ SON el'ill i'\iitiii){ lloins I things to di.... I am domtf! : mbit; on thotiamport '! Trier (iorman*.., JOS- E. WILSON
I' II ,
>ou it hi'iff tlxtth tif in)' miintMiVrrn !trot truiot ,mul loninined so until wo \\o bioujthl oxer one March[ :J, t'.UD.Mrs .
In (lie mixi.e. of thein. I 1C: I I"'. loft foi.. other "111'1.V.o ....1111..noil 1 toon thousand happy' lads last trip nnd now : \V A. Hubose, STARKE FLORIDA

Our ,'ulll( Iniule! in I II "'1'1.1. I.:lilt !' 1'iriinent nnd 1 spent a few ,la.\s nt we are tfoinu to brin*; ono thousand i Sur"Io'ln." I II GENERAL INSURANCE

Inilil .\IIKU :'lt.'' 'I'Hs: \\e llinele.l\ ill "ill .and\ lost Oui' lust e\porionoo ofwaifmo and t lixo hundrod! moivlien I I'oai motherAs: I have nothing

by truin nt.roK... l'nil.inil: nn.l\ on this was just south of \"etilun.wlioiv \\ I Io.fl1111'1.; .."* hl"t'nr; for"somewhere much to do 1 will xx rite >'ou a few .' Fl RE-LIFE-BON DS-AUTOMOBILE
jotiine" >' 1 HUN*.' Home of till' prettuHtm our ilixisioii wont into notion m tho 11I1\' '" t made mytirt line*, I haxe to xxork some .

-i '" imiiKiimble\ .\II..f tluliuul fiom tho 7th to tho tttli 111.-1 lusivoSome ,tarite cit;>'. Chicaico.\ on the first\ | Sund.i.x' morning! but I haxe ( t'1 1
\vii!.> in i lilt i\ III..ion .mil) tin,* l'mtlnhMiien : mole excitintr (things happeneddm tump, Since lonxinx the nnxnl en nip ternoon otfI I'E. '

\\ \\IMO the lini-ve...ti'in. ,\ftor nIII 'in); that. ,periodVfUM bohiiul I tturted for real sea life. I I I went doxxn town last nnrht iiti.l PAINTKR FI'IITILIZER: COMPANY.Iiirksonville .

>"'H vflU m. stopped, til n little I testrniiip I' the nrtiiistin* was siitnod wehfKiin xx us ,placed: aboard the l''. S. S. Maine : went in a "novelty store. There; ui Florida

nuisiilo. of I'horliinirir.' riiiiuo.Thoio . to perambulate along the roads, ,mid made a trip to :Nexvork, immed-. :, EIIlI'li"h.he: seemed to be xery i lexerKnglisli. ,

j. we tiMimmoil fur only u short south, This (anted foi nineteen d.iyn: intel>' after 1 .trot abo.nd.. This xnsnexx : >he eemed to e \','rd""I' ,, Fertili/frs Insecticides. Sprayers. Poultry Supplies

time. \\e liike.l to Choiliouii; mill on hut( I wan IIl1f..rllllll'h'III.h' to tretsuk to me. :Next, I wilt put on the lIn I talked to her for a fox minute*' 'IF", thirtyeir' %v.. have bren manufacturing, fVnilizrrf m ihu. :'1&0---....., havelomen sarisfi..d .
t.", traliil for ",''''''\1 h\\'t'. 1 never will on thin trip" I did not want toiro Louisiana. where I am now The ship ( **he tolJ me the xxay that the C.ormansxxere in every county m FlonJvVriln cu*

J' forjtrt tin* hiko fii>ni tlu* rit i*1111\1'\ to the hospital KO the cnpt.litl lot 'is roll inn pretty\; trood toniuht jut being fed\. Mie stated that they; f'uI..I .., Price; List.O. I'ritf.. al-rivt
out 1 to i'hrihonitN t< 111M.... it heforvln hnxep racticall She1 I in lino with UntlirfBOOST :
'I I "me lido they how wiiiron 1 tuiTored atrrent riirht, for trood leepe > nothing: to eat
.., >'liKht au.l, I lie onh NI>111..1| that deal hut the old! V'reiuh womentrentoil \\' had been 11t h., nuxy >'ard at ..how",1 me about a half pound of beefsteak .

; \ \ roilU ttv h..II.1III" the ttoiiiK, thill.tluul \ mo |TiH>d\, :Nearly' e\er>' place l'hlaI'II'hm for thuty days before: xxe / and s.iut th.it it xxa* all that she r ,
I of feet I iiiin tin* i'oMili'itom. *.*. we stopl'i'd thev would >:1nit' outTle -> made thi trip' All tho broadsides I could pet for a xxeek-and that \las

I'rom tlu* mom) of th>* ii'\\t '\ ouHouUl 'jrH' mid milk. 1 was Ilk!.. nil thetune and smaller .gun* xxere n'nuned. to to do for t\xo. It i i. f-urpnainij!<, the i your Home Slate by sending 1 1I

lui\o (thought niii.l poihiiv* 'and for quite a few days after make more room for soldier*. Th I|jxxay I she cook* it, for they cook their I
t I rijhtl>' \ th.tt it "n.> then' lntt ,{tl'>' ,
I "'\i.tfno on thi" honu"|>hortftor. >', >'oxi should. \ nee me now', \\'e aredoiiiir may !knoxxI xxa! trixen exery niirhtliberty nutrition out of it. She asked me if I i your Mail orders to a Florida Mouse

rviifhlittf, I'hrihourt; mul intminingf ; e\n\o>' work on trims. I ha xxhile' there and of cour e took thought the United States would let

HI K 1"111I"' tlii>'" on tho trnin. ouriWtiimtion been in t'.erniHn*... Ital)'. Kn land and in the si-rht of th* hl"h'r11)\ '. i I them haxe, anything. I told her that I Our Service has gin'n us National
i. Kin>i I M 11,11 \ "" '. "1'iancotrt all or "Kranco. It 'If aer>' .ir>n>d France i*> beautiful and hilly; but it I thought: there would be some *upplie prominence
\\ \o "|<<>nl about ,*itht Jji>'* in tin job, but 1 prefer soldiering *o lon.fas ruined nearly exery day.' Th people sent in before long, As she
j Kl:I'sli"h nt>t ,-unn.1.| iloiirJitor' t am in the army. and town* are odd and different from spoke tear came into her I''ell. It is

it wim thtrv. Ih,1 t t trot my nil\ of teaTlwiv W'I1. I will ak, >"ou to iti\e' my bet the Stnto The street cart run within a pitiful sight to see! th* way they are
werv manreplioeniont" ; mnher ....I'IIr.tll to the poeplo of Hradfifdlountx a foot of the narroxv sidexxalV* and living. Some people are getting plenty 1 FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY

f" on thoir w "\ to the front Someivn and to the hoy* who are lu,''.kyenough \\ 111 take you oiT th* walk, if you don't to ,at but the poor people are OUR
>o\l to be hii| to he b vn rvturnevl bthi, .* keep on the lookout. The way w not that th* old > ernS I n
abort it \\ II" a 1..1.101"1', ''- \ lewof time. Our outfit will, probably' be homesometimo paid for stutT in Hre''t xxas to hand out l erman goxemment will eer come to I LEADING
AmvrtcH'i l 1.1. \\e loft tlu,, place in li'Jl'; our .\merican money and let hornihrtntje life for th* people are thoroughly .lis. Complete Otfico Outhttcr
,
b>' tnuk ,vnomill b< emi to h\ the .\ \Homo Sick l H oVrom" lradforlCounty it. Kxerythin: ': i" franc* and !puted of war..rnhlt1 'LINES i

tvl lifo of N .loMiere! ute i minedteof -Corp. Jo*. P l\le. Co. .X. ,','nti"H'jI. etc. .V franc i... xxorth twenty ...\ .. i:* gotrg. well with me Toys ami AtlilrlKCiooxUJ' ']
'f (o''n bull;> \ mi.J h.ml tV.. amifclept :"\ntmunition Tra''". .\ni I 1'. O 71J. ,cent* in our money The French You se* from the letter that I haxe

on tho Btvun.J un.Ur tho ,itar \m r. .V Kr.mcv 1'181 l 1"'I"'n., a'r* xfry nice" to xx .American They written that this i* a great life. Artifts. SUf\e'\'fI
thrtt I* when wo ,ulept all i ami Drftmt'n'I.tt'rials:
nt llur --. -- can understand our l lan,:ua>.r* .better i( tuttt close,
"hbt..t.'rll. hrt.l Bitten a "'1'"t; VNv' ..rt| the Uatttethip louisiana\, than can their. Their bread ilarjc Your son, I
irrwth when we UndiM. at' Uijon.V'ranc *,iH> Mile* t'-T Co**! of France, loaxes of Ivhtbread. ".,sometime ALBERT DUBOSE. KODACS. I I'litittYr.ipliie. Supplies
Hone we turned o\er our' Vditor: .. and nearly foot wid.
TeU'itraphTonigH : thrv* fi* t lorj,: a
truck ,tMi\o> to the M I V \' and (jot i* the time to write a* I Thir drink i* mainly I a liitht. wine Camp Etat. Franc*. Thermo* H1t'tt. S.irtFJ.ior(

a jrener-til clean 'up \> e had b*..nther am "':rttniit away with it." a* they and also stronc drink: Th* t''IJI areharvl Editor Telegraph:
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.. two ,t."h.; one ntitht MwMn 'ay in th* navy 1 am now takmji my to find n Pre,t to IlAIst: ) a sailor Her* I com* again.. It it *o much : \Ve carrconiplrlr stoxl in all\ our lines
t onl.," to tarry atnicK turn IB th* "ick' bay aboard OP* of I saw som* German pn.or. rs b. peaur! for: m* to get the dear old 1

('SMUoy of eighty' .,e, en machine*1 our I latv* Kuttte-watrvn*, A* th two1 irir marched to work. Th j>*op!. Bradford county paper that 1 fe.1 asif Printers Lithographer*, r.njjraxers
up to th* frvnt. Nith thirt> .thivvni 1 and'or-half' striper d-'n"t .ay what'* wear wooden .hoe. and you can imago I must writ a few word for it. !
< | reason fmy lay-up. I am notable in* th* nois on i I ; : copy rywe :M.xnuf.uInter l.oo
tant we "tarteout. Can \ ,>u ,mllO-: to *avt I hop* by; th* tim* you raj thi ... but I only get or* about once ol o Leaf( S.5temt

IB. th* fun "r ha J with tho.e :T..,'W'' am on th 1 ,'11I" """. which has thy will hav* th*, pac trm signed a itiopth That'* r.ot much mail .*rvK -

It wa on (thin trip that we begat! toIarn 1 Svn ma.l into a \ery valuabl. trap- so tr* can pet out of th. **mc 1' .oonand *. Wfl!. I am yt kicking>o.'s car

how to hid. from IVvhe aenvand ;.ort IH>W pljir.; )btwen th* *tat*. KicV on th* old job. and 1 lorgirtg f.ir th* .ime to corn*
rIAn. t to .levp in .duirmit Tt-' *'id f Franc*, .Vt thi hour and date., I would UW toco wadirir an old when I can *ee t>* good old 1.. S. AW .

C\"I air raid! wv *n.nter.\| wa< "I.t: I'm.. Thursd.*.} .\pril :J5rd.: wr" are Bradford cv>urty Tljrraph tonight. I ar* worVirg hard orr he..* to
'C'N dark, It rt"in'.u' vv nu':*, otT: Rrrst. Franc*, Th* .*a will ck .* irt boy -
l .%oitnient' mARff the .-riernwmx ,. a httlc roujrht utnurKt an-ll hare to R. L. EFFEK : car> how much ox-r ti!oe I work for: -

Tti. ""C"t, rlR, /\l ti, .b< un,!lei' ,'op occasionally!! to lt tft* *!hip jrl I a* lorg a* w* ar* moving: th. boy*. I -

th. .t..l.l".fi"t tnwk*. Fnvn th:*1, orer a huff* war*. Thi it my second I I TrWr. Germany.F tI"Yf" k V. But wkaf. th* U'. T I ,n..N W.
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turn* en *n air raU "a. <\<*":"" 11'I :r>p OT T. *" u*" nothirf: pw.i b. 14.I UU.I 'atn IB t>:* rmy BOW. It i* a baatif:il l H.\\' : \ : .\ 4(, F'r' th St.

tninit\ and wr n,x>n <.**".*.>< to feathough :'1,. ."i, The *Vipt; ,*.usy," .. it i* .11..J. I I Mr W. A. 1"u1>o.\tt'. 'day over *ftr.. and tr:* .jn i* *hicipg.; :

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TIIEKKSSAThcreitsa I : :; C. L. Norton was a business visitor I Rcd-lmh and son, Lt-on, of Plant C'ity,1
to the county seat last Saturday. are here, guests of her sister 1\11'''. .
:May :2H..!: -Uev. N. T. Kingof Wallace suys it must have undoubtedly IN. Norman. !
New River, filled his regular appointment been a cloudburst over his field as 0. .I. Phillips nttt'iiili',1, church at
here at the Baptist church it rained more there than elsewhere.The 1'h"'I'11utul'thl; and Sunday.; '
Saturday and Sunday.. Owing to sick rain washed a ditch through his John Browning and (daughter. Miss I'
ness ho was not able to deliver his field) and the water was running in it Gertie.; Bill Nettles and. daughters,
sermon Sunday night. like a river. The hail with the rain Misses. Beatrice and UI-SHIO, attended )
:Mrs. \V. J. Stafford l. of Larkinsvui stripped his corn to shoestrings. It church at Long Bridge Sunday. V (
called onu day, last week to the bed is strange) as: there was no hail elsewhere I ;Mrs. S. H. Thompson) was called 1 to 7i i
side of her mother Grandma Cobb, in the community St. George, Ga.; Friday on account of 4
who has been seriously ill for sev..rnldu's S. R. Swindel and ..on. Sam, were the death of her sister. She was joined un
at her home here. At this writing visitors to Hampton Saturday. I I in Jacksonville by her" ,daughter t ,
) the is: somewhat improved Barren Dolt! of Brooklyn was in our ;Mrs. Hurry who nccompaniod her.
Mrs. T. T. Bryan of Sunnier, is visiting little town Sunday afternoon. I I Mr. and Mrs.: H. S. Norman and! sister THE
her pal''nh.11': und :Mrs. T. 15. Master 1'1.1"'oodard spent several ,' :Miss. Katie )Kersey; attended services '
Triest.On days during last week with relatives ' at Union Sunday. FRIENDLYTOBACCO
Saturday :May 10th Mr. and near Starke. :Mrs. )Dan Starling and baby are

:Mrs II. C. I'eepk'S, of :Miller, came Cleo and Willie Kite!, of Starke visiting. here for a few ,day. j
over and spent the week-end as guestsof spent sewrnl clays last week out on :Messrs.! . Troy Norman, Dan and Everett I
their daughter, :\11'1.: Z. Sullivan -, Smith lake fishing. I Tyson attended church at Long
Saturday being :Mrs. I'eeples'' W. ]11. Griffin, of Hampton was inour Bridge Saturday: night. I

birthday., At dinner her choicest dishes i bur11'iday\ afternoon I Remember! prayer 111..l'tIl1'I'\ Horse About
t were not before her and in the afternoon I Little Lacy Brown of Starke, spent Wednesday night at 7'U' ) and :Sunday Sense TobaccoGood
'I t; they went out on Crystal lake last week here with his si"ta'I'Irs.; I school Sunday afternoons at tn t:::,. ntHeilbronn I

and enjoyed a boat ride. lion :Sasser.A. : church. Everyone:: united
S. B. WOO UI'J was among) the visitors Sullivan wai a business visitorto I to attend. : tobacco ought to be like a well-

to the county metropolis Satur- Jacksonville Thursday I !1. N. Norman, of Plant l"ity, was: t
day. Henry =Norton of Hastings[ is visiting the guestednesday. of hits brother. bred hoss-all th' kick taken out but
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II. S. Roebuck was a visitor to his brother, C. !?. =Norton ,1 I. N. .,..01'11\,111. I
Hampton Friday.Mr. R.: B. Holder of Palatka spent Sunday :MisBecKie' : Sweat returned" to herhome I all th' sperit left in.
. and. :Mrs. J.P. Summers andchildren here with his bother, Mrs. Mary III Wuterouk .serinm Sunday; + I i ;,
who formerly lived at Hampton Holder.I I I after, 1 several, dulien1 the
but now of South Florida came T. B. Trl"Kt'IIS busy Monday gue.-t of 1'nllIIlt.;Mrs., N. I D. 11,1\1" !I You see, half the secret of makin' a good hoss is

up Friday afternoon with for relatives a visit here andfriends. ing and hauling beans for PI'k'l :Mr. and :\11'''. \\'. H. Andnwof, in the breedin' an' half in the brcakin' Selectin' M1
and. at Hampton[ ,
Kaiford: spent Sunday here with :MrsAndrews' II
L.\. W1'I'i i parents.' :Mr. and Mis .1| F. tobacco that's grown right is only half of lualdn'Velvet. '
S. Swindel. of 1'alatka, spent Sunday
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here, guest of his nephew, S. I K.Swimk'l. Lawtey, May.i.F: :!: Godwin I The agein is the other half.Thar's
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and family spent several days in Mill- LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES as mI6
:Miss! Daisy> Moore. of Starke, spent town Ga. On their return :Mr. Godwin I '
only one kind of agein' that th fII
the weekend here! with her parents:! report: that his business partner. OFF & gets right

Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Moore.; James 11. Uostick, is still in u serious! . 1Vatuf e'S II m
results own. Nature's no clock
Clarence Manning spent Saturday. condition, although\: he had been removed -
night and Sunday here with relatives to his home in Milltown froma watcher. She does whether it
Doesn't hurt! Lift any com or a job right takes r
and friends. hospital in Atlanta where an opera
Friday the Hampton baseball team tion was perfromed.Mr. callus off with fingers two years or two thousand.So .
came down with the intention of meet- and ;Mrs. J. B. Dye and littleJ.
ing the Melrose team and Rive us a B. Jr., of Jacksonville were guests I
game of ball, but on account of the the first of the week at the home of ,( ,I Ir when she gets through with the fine Kentucky 1
bad weather theIelroso; team did not Mr. and Mrs A. ;M. Blanchard. that in wooden
Burley we put hogsheadsfor
show up. Friday night a box supperwas :Mr. and :Mrs. R. R. Thede Mrs. away
given at this place for the bene- Maggie: Williams and ;Mrs. G. II. d .nrl two years, it's just right.
fit of the Hampton team.! Only a few Beavers motored to Starke Friday.Mr. ]
werep resent on account of the disagreeable ; . and Mrs. J. Ed.! Byrd and children I 1 1r .I
weather but Frank Wilson of Jacksonville were guests of i It ain't been hurried none,
sold the boxes to the highest bidder, :Mr. and ;Mrs. J. C. Byrd Saturday and
and! at the boxes wore well filled the Sunday. 9.k. 0 or short cutted.. It's a
supper was very much enjoyed.! In Prof. L. L. Blackburn was a bu"i- I III
Nature-done ;
the meantime ice cream was served, nl'sI'ilitor to Starke Friday and job. I
which added, to the enjoyment of the! Saturday. I
happy gathering./ The sum of $15 Miss Mnzii: Blanchard I of Jacksonville I '
was. raised, $10 clear of expenses and, spent' the week-end at the home I All kinds of things are
it will be used in supplying) the team of her parents Mr. and ;Mrs. A. ;M. !
with paraphernalia The members of Blanchard.W. I. I I packed in tobacco tins, but 'l

the team thnnk those who took parton I.. OviTstreet was transacting I F your good neighbor will tell NPI
this occasion. business in Jacksonville one day last I
I Mrs. C. Danson, of Jacksonville week. I you "Velvet is the real pipe ;
spent the weekend here, guest of her. :Mr. and. :Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and little Don't suffer! A tiny bottle of 0 "
brother, S. R. Swindel.! daughter/ spent Sunday and Monday Freezone costs but a few cents at any tobacco. Prove it for yourself -

Mrs. W. :M. Brown and children of with relatives in Lawtey. drug store. Apply a few drops on the ,
::Starke spent Saturday and Sunday A. II. Harley left :Monday for Du- corns calluses and "hard skin" on bet
with her daughter Mrs. Ben SUofser.I I pont, where he will engage: 11the tom of feet, then lift them of?.
1) W. Moore. motored over to Starke crosstie business. When Krcezone removes corns from
1 Sunday afternoon to take his daughter J. T. !Moore was transacting business the toes or calluses from the bottomof \
1 Daisy back to enter school. in Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. feet, the skin beneath is left pink 1 Iii
', Morgan/ 1'revatt mother, and, little ; Henry Dingfellow! of New and healthy and never sore, tender on 11 I
I brother, of Waldo, motored! over and York City, is spending a few days as irritated.( -Adv. No. 285. \ I
i spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday the guest of :Mr. and, :Mrs A. M. Blan- .- --- -- -- : I l5cz Ii '

j here with friends. chard. EVER SALIVATED BY I t \f II I Iuac
The members of the Christian !Mrs. Pifer of Jacksonville!, is a ", ;\
t, church have organized a Sunday guest at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. J. i CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! I:" O'

i school at their church. They met Sun J. McLeod. / ;
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day afternoon and got everything Mrs. Cooper of Memphis Tenn., is w i.1 s .. ._
started. School will be held every spending a few days at tho home of 1 Sluggish : 1.. t'I__
Sunday afternoon at ::1 i o'clock (old Mr. and ;Mrs. Charles Uinkins. -
Roll VELVET:
time), except on the! second Sunday in ;Mrs. Ury Gunter and little! daughter 'I ;a\ Day's Work. I a Cigarette
each month when it will\ be held in the of Jacksonville, are spending a There's
no reason wny a person ------
morning) before preaching. All members few days at the home of ;Mrs. Hun I' -----
should take sickening, salivating cal I Urove's Tasteless cblll Tonic pod liming') from four to fiveach night
are urged to attend and make the ter's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. L. 1 1 I'j'IJ
bottleof
omel when 60 cents buys
large
a until I began tho of this
use
1! Sunday school a success. Futch.E. rrstore' vitality .",1! .my by purifying and enrlcbloit : preparation.
Quito a number, of Hampton boysattended :. E. Burney and (children of Jacksonville I substitute Dodson's for Liver calomel.It 1'ona. perfect DAVISAgency the bluu.wl k.Str f relatives and Invliiortiliiil" r"'-'<. I'rlra ata. : pr year and never expect to ho with- ;
the box supper here Friday are visiting I
is a pleasant, vegetable liquid out 1 'M\
night. Among the number were friends in Lawtey this week. which will start your liver just as sure. ) your remedy. t ',
Messrs. Frank Wilson, Ralph Williams Mr. and, ;Mrs. R. I K. Thede and children | Iy as calomel, but it doesn't make you ( Eat 1886) II. (i. IIAKDINU! :- & CO. 1 Yours very truly, l fl i '

Alvah Saxon, Percy Griffin, Jerry spent! Sunday at Brooker at the '|'I lick and can not salivate Cryon, C;"., Apr. 11, 1917 II. C.; IIAKDISO.V) & CO. t;,
Keen Ranee and Willie Johns, Cecil home of Mr. and. :Mrs. J. C. Cone. I Children and grown up folks can INSURANCESTARKE i Sold by I
Old Co.
Kentucky flC.
and! C'rilIanlrc.: Jim :Maxwell.Mr. :Mrs. H. J. Dressing, of Jacksonville I' take Dodson's, Liver Tone because its I J. C. Manning, Starke. I' ,,1,
and :Mrs. G. C. Tillis and. children is spending a few days near II perfectly harmless. I Paducah, Ky. 0
3. li. Douglass, Lake Duller
of first of Lawtey with her parents ;Mr. and Gentlemen; '
Starke were guests Calomel is a dangerous/: drug. It is :
last week! at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dar. I mercury and attacks your bones. Take I had! cholera in my herd! of hognri'icnlly : W. L. OviTHtrcet, Lawtcy. .I-' 'aA
Mrs. S. n. Woodard. --+- a dose of nasty calomel today and you and I begun feeding tho B. A. II). Andrew, Itaiford., 'k
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of Hampton HIGHLAND; :- I will feel weak, sick and nauseated to- Thomas'w, Hog/ Cholera Cure anti stop- J. V. Jones Hampton.-Adv ; +

spent a few days here recently morrow. Don't lose a day's work. ----- -- -

with relatives. Highland, May M.-Mrs. II. c.1 Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver "': .. .... ,., _.. .
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:Mrs. II. i 1) May and. children Kil and will wake . ., .
Wimberly went to Bronson Wednesday Tone instead you up -- : :-:,- :.-:;- : : t
mer. Woodiird and Capt. Disler and to be the guest of :Mrs. Ed. =Norris I fel'lingCreat./ No more biliousm is, nF, --
family, of Hope Hall were over in the for several days. constipation! sluggishness headache, r I II
Graham section Friday.Mr. :Miss Ollie ;Marr was shopping in coated tongue or sour stomach. Your
: anti ;Mrs. II. K. Harper and I Starke Wednesday.Messrs. druggist! says if you don't find Ood- Women I
Misses Beryl :Mullady and :Maggie ; 1)I L. Rigby, J'dIarr: and son's Liver Tone acts better than horrible :I

Maxwell of Hampton motored. down J. F. Drake were visitors to Sturko calomel your money is waiting Here !is a m"H8ng! ;<. to tc 1II \':
here Friday afternoon. Tuesday.Mrs. for you. (12- % ) uttering; women from II
Harry Tillis. of Starke, was the : E. A. Goolsby; of Jacksonville, -- - Mn. \'. T. 1'rlce\ of r
guest of relatives! here Sunday.Mr. several with her father G. MICKIE SAYSIRENE. Public. Ky.: "I .nf- II
I spent days /L. l'y
of fared with painful. , ; 11
and I Ill's.; Wilmot Brown W. Parker last week.S. _
New River were visiting: relatives J. Starling made. a trip to Starke I Gl---\: she with writes a W'.iUni-Htf' 'I got': tn down my II
here for a few days .recently. Thursday.W. . I GLA59 OF W1E'il..1tS"t lack and llm>m.I TilL UNI / : ji
Johnny Adkins of Georgia: came Max Wimberly of Gainesville! MAO A "'.'lNFJSHO'K \ felt helpless and dis ''I We
down Sunday. for a few days' visit !spent Sunday here with relatives.C. . THAT/ OLD wo.o.o-e>O.e.Oac couraged./; .1) had about i are experienced
with relatives.Mr. E. Wilkinson made a business' SNHO'6 BACK'' OIX. EARS, given I up hopes of ever to give service to the
; und1..9.: . R. :M. Mersey wero Starke Thursday. ON HIS auB5CR19'f10N,4ECOME : being well again whoa
trip to
InulaUid I We have the
friend
m. cars.
visitors to Starke Saturday.Grit .
GeorgeRobinson, representing C. IN AFTER via BEENsue
Phillips. of Woodlawn section E. Bulbr Co., Jacksonville, was transacting 'c4REA'ENIM' 'f' HIM TakeCARU1 inery and skill that
spent! !several! days here recently business: here Thursday.G. 'N WANTED THE BOSSTO
relatives and friends.J. Factory, and we use
with W Parker left Sunday for THHOVM: OFP SOME\ 'r41N'
V. Jones and C'rilIanirt': of Gainesville where he has accepted" a O,,", TME BILL BECVJZ 11' VYUZ. by the Ford Motor FLORIDA't
Hampton were motoring around In position. During his absence G.V.. ..01.Q.CtE.0(1"! -' VOVJ
our burg Sunday afternoon with Jr., will operate the grist mil! BEAT I1vOV'IiI" 7 ers are doubly

friends. ;Miss Leona Crews and Wesley reliability of our
The farmers of this section are Crews were! visiting relatives here : MENEalaGMICxzE'
shipping beans dally Don't try to do it
Sunday. j] ; fe000NrUt7
R.I M. King, of Jacksonville spent The Woman's Tonic
J. F.( Drake was a visitor to .lai-k-i I wEaE 4Eauv car here.
the week-end here with his family Onville Suturlay.1. :' SICK '
Benny Roebuck was a visitor to ; . and Mrs. Lewis Marr returned I began Canlnl. In few Ford cars and are j'

Starke Saturday. to: their home in Lawtey Sunday, after I I a short while I saw .a good: deliveries. 1
Capt. and :Mrs. T. L. ;Murphy, of : spending a week here and at San- marked (difference.
right
I grew; stronger/; Touring Car $525 )
Hampton of relatives ; ;
were guests ,lerson with relatives. t along, :*' d l It cured ma.
here Friday.We Mrs. Wimberly and 1 daughter! Win- ri 'c I am stouter than t One Ton Truck ;
had a hard rain here Friday af if red, were visitors to Jacksonville Dave been !In yllar." $650; Sedan, $775. '
ternoon and caused some damage! to ;Monday. If you stiffer. you can :
Detroit.
the crops especially to Tom Wallace, Owen W. Mary returned from Law j apprclato to be strong what and It j
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who lives! about a mile from Theres- tey Sunday where he has been relieving meanS well. Thousands of women
sa. It seems as though the weatherman his brother as section foreman fora eva! Cardul the> FORD II
had a spite against him, as he week.R. credit for their good ;
said he had about 50 acres of velvet L. Crews was a business visitorto health. It should help A. W. & G. A.
beans up with two and three leaves on Lawtey Saturday. you. Try Cardul. At all STARKE, I 1
them. The crop was completely ruined drugglsta. E-73

beaten into the dirt, with the sand WOODLAWN .
packed so tight around them until ; ,
they will never get out again. Mr. Woodlawn May 23.-:Mrs. Minnie
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Bradford County 'Johns, Percy Griffin Cyril :Manlre (Gronwald)-:Mona Alderman :Mrs 'Private Olson Thomas stating that he :Mrs. J, V. tfwlrd"'as: / the guest )I'' THE JITNEY STILL JITS

TelegraphPublished Cecil :Manure. Russell ]Uyul, Jim Maxwell W. II. Lee had arrived safely from France, thut of Mrs Mattle Carry Tuesday morn- '

----- -- Edgar! Price and Arthur Bennett Solo "By Moonlight! (Bendel)- he had been discharged from the ing. 1 Recent articles on the war tax just

Weekly, and entered an. .sec- of Thurvssa. The time was spentin Mona Alderman 'army and would leave Camp :Mills, Misses\ Vera and Rosa Currency evied on soft drinks, confections etc.,
class social games and those who worn i It-'udmg, Sulectod-Miss Elvio New York for home on the 19th. Ho wore guests: of Miss Georgia Edwards have given rise to some misunderstanding -
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matter at the Diwt-oOice at present, report a good time. Fowler. has been in Franco since August, but Sunday. and the Wm. Wrigley Jr.,

Stnrki! Florida. Rev.: Hendrix preached one of his Solo, "Grand Marche Do Combat" ,did not get to the Front. :Mr. and :Mrs. Otis Barry were dinner 'ompuny issues u statement to the elect -

===- fur reaching\ I
E. S. :MATTIIKWS: Editor and Owner. i hurt'h Sunday morning to a large and Chorus "With a Tear in One Eye | team requests us to announce Sunday.J. ng !gum does NOT affect the retail

J. C. RnlH SO="Associate Editor.i9r9 : interc'Hted) congregation. A delicious We Will Tell You Good-bye." there will be a box supper at school V. Edwards made business tripto ealer or the consumer. :Mr. Wrigley
dinner was served on the grounds and Following is a list of those who house on Friday night, the 30th inst. Brooktr xplains that the manufacturers stand

the sum of..$1200.27 was donated to were present ":\Ies ames ,V. II. Lee, The supper is given for the benefit of Friday. sick last his tax, and there should be NO
II.ndreu
W. :
was
[ M ;\. r'nlmary mission work. At 9 o'clockin Ponge Nathan Vurnea D. W. Borum the ball team and it is to be hoped week but is somewhat very improved at 'IIAXGin,: the price charged you
the evening Uev. Hendrix delivered II. N. Stanton P. M. Padgett King that it will be well patronized as the or your package Wriglcy's Spear-

=rKlrut_i:win:. "ill".JioillM. another one of his interesting sermons 'Joe Hill Williams (G. W. Alderman boys need the co-operation of every !this:\ writinjt'Ir". C. H. Newsom madu a trip to nint, Doublcmint or Juicy Fruit. In
_ -' which has received many compliments Marshall Proctor Howard Stanton; 'one. Everybody cordialy Invited to thcr words, the jitney still fits
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1 2 31 --- --- .-- -- 'Misses; !Ina Alderman Elvie Fowler, I I'ome. and the girls are invited to Seeber springs Edwards': wns a visitor to Thanks Mr. Wrigley.
] LAKK: 1111'1'1.1m: : Omie Scarborough, !bring boxes.
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M Lake Hut IeI' :May 23.: -The Baptist Borum :Mary Varnes Lula I RISING" .
gett, ;Mary :Mrs. E. E. Baxter has returned .!" of Its tonlr find Ins 'ivc cflrt-t LAXA-
1111213141516'17: Missionary I society met in regular Scarborough and Pitt Varnes.j 'IIVK; HKOMO: QUNINK:; : ; Tub Us) cnn lie luki.-a
; from visit with her daughter in
+ business meeting at the First Baptist j Much\ praise should be given :Mrs. ,I Rising May 23.: -Alvin Jackson of Pumpu.a t hrnnynnewthcutmainq III tjIllad.! : E.W.CKOVKS': nrrvouefirrvorrluulnp slfiuaturi i n I l box aic.f ( .

13192O2122324: : : ,church at live o'clock. ,W. H. Lee and this class for their efforts Jacksonville, is Spending a while with -
Or. 1. M. Mann and A. K. Proctor toward making the recital a suc iclativcs this week. We are glad

motored over Worthington Monday (ess.I ib, see him looking so well after his
,; ( @2Q,27 Lei. 9 I 31 afternoon I :Mr. Reddish of Hoilbronn was vis- serious spell of illness.

.-- -- --- -" --- ,- 1 I ittle! Sobel Kaulerson.: / of Sampson King friends. in town Sunday.VOKTIIlXfiTOX _._ I :Mr. and :Mrs. II. L. DroWleell1d!
j I'lty fell from the second story of his --'- ; 'I u ''Misses Ruby and Eva Epperson, of Lrinll Uo
Were. ev'r1111I11 v\i'\. > lumbers! tho I \
home injuring himself seriously Dr. Starkwel'e, visiting at the home of

I time t pal> ,t of earth King was summoned! und accompanied ,i i J. M. Brownlee Sunday afternoon. > .5 'S'tf+ 4s-/* ft4 > -" ** f/.i ?
To sec that I Iii" plui1'. lie inhabits-thowuiU and' Worthington/ May 2: .-:Mrs. G. H.Carcfoot The showers f < "v +.r *, jf Kntf .<-,+ ? x >JLfw
Townsend frequent
by I IIfW.) liorum: Tom 'i I are helping
;lirain \lr fi6'rs trove is visiting relatives at At-
Shelton (Hall went to Sampson City : the crops wonderfully and things are 1k :7 ,
I birth on Mr. Borum's motor car.. Dr. King !; l.intu this week. looking mighty fine in this section. d k \\J
Stood perfect as e'ur he could makeit soon had the child resting easy. I O. L. :Micelle was here on busine.-s ,'; ;Miss Lottie Warren has presentedher ;: ; ? s

I Dear God--what a different IIphere.I.ot's I Virgil Edwards and daughter Misq I,Monday[ :Miss Essie afternoon.NesSmith, of Ft. Call Duroc mother with a pair of registered! mF i \

coin us a motto to stand by: Irene, and son, Donald arrived in our I j is spending tho wocTc wIth Mrs. L. R. ; ;Mr. Jersey and :Mrs.pigs.J. F. Kickliter of fe% &w *H<4M -
tho delight
"It ought to be fine-I live hero." town Tuesday afternoon to i Graham.Mrs. ,. 7 ?,A
Sturko were visiting in this section fir
k Have pride in the town in which you': \ of their many friends. They left j : Alice Williams, Edith Ida and Sunday. y rs '. / Ot
live, and make your hnrno ono Wednesday afternoon for Aluchua to Williams were visitors to the I / ? $
Wesley .\11' \
'; Malley Alvarez has been ill' fvk ;:
viwit relatives there.
that can be a communitypride, I IR. county seat Saturday.
all the
'' town week at the bedside of
who has been serving
And a source of encouragement to P. Terry, j ja.s I :Miss "Mabel Blair has returned home her sister-in-law :Mrs. Drew Alvarez tt i MQ wA t .IC. yj _"CF
first lieutenant in Uncle! Sum'sarmy Q t M
homein with her
Bucking visit here
those who como a after an extended
who is
this new laml., -Ex.HAMPTON in Germany was the guest of this |aunt, "Mrs C. II. IIUl'l'ison.11' We wish seriously her ill with pneumonia. ) ,
u speedy I
brother. Prof. Terry, last week recovery. 0 j.-
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-- ---- ;\ '' '. Leonard und Bart Cook accompanied ;
>11'' ,1.
Neal
: ) : Maude; :Milton of Trenton, is: by :Misses Cecil Uuborn i' made a trip to Lake Butler Y I I __
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Viney I lie-) I E.lwards1'1'0. visitors in Thursday. He brought homo noni
und Ruby: j of meat that had been put in the
; Hampton, :May 23.: -:-Mr. and) Mrs.J. kle. our town Sunday afternoon. ,cold
I I storage plant.
Itev.: S. 1 I. Hendrix and children motored I
'
of Miami arrived here' business visitor to
:
.
I' Summers Hale
(I. P. was a :Messrs.
I Xary, Clayton and Lonnie
Sunday They have many friends, to Worthington Springs Friday Lake Butler Saturday. ill
( time Crawford and Lloyd !Moore were out ) The man with a good savings
pi'kinghuck
here who arc always glad to Bee them and report a good :Messrs. Dewey Fralick and Drew I trying" their flivvers after-
Mrs. A. J. Strickland of Lake Geneva leberries.A. Summers accompanied, by :Misses Edith noon. Sunday ll account can leave his loved ones
_ was a visitor to Hampton Sun-i 1:. Proctor made a business call and Ida Williams and Katie Roberts I
Church services
I day. Mrs. Strickland is an active to Sapp TIIl'IIday.Iarcu attended church at Old Bradford lardshcll church Sunday were held Next at Sunday the ji each day with a clear conscience
church and ;\ !' Pekle, of Five :\Iile. visited i
member of the :Methodist
Sunday night. '
she attends<< chun-h here and I part' in the Centenary work. Miss Wjlma) Parker and :Miss Annu with Mrs. Vernon Edwards.Kirkland ELARBEEKlarbee '9 I

's Mr .and Mrs.! Dewey Strickland ofGainesville Belle Peoples spent the weekend with Lamb spent Saturday and I I knows that his family will '

have moved to Hampton !Miss peeptes' parents. Sunday with parents, Mr. and :Mrs
Karl; visited homefolks at :May 2J.-l'cople: are busy I be from immediate
4 and expect to make this. their future i Peeples I. F. Lamb killingg runs : If protected want
Miller during the weekend.Walter and family of Jacksonville -
Russell ,
home i Perry Mrs. Elter Rosier and Mrs. J. E.I I matter what befalls him.
to Knight\ who has been at- his Mr. / it no
Dr. Middleton was attending professional were visiting parents Norman visitors
were to Mr. and Mrs.
business in Jacksonville Sat- left Sunday for hid i.ime in Sout'lFlorida. and Mrs. S. J. Russell last week. W. R. Rosier Tuesday. 1
'
If haven't fan
urday and Sunday. :Mr. Davis, one of Atlanta's potato R. K. )Rosier now has a regular job you given your
Hampton will soon have lights. The | Jude Green, of Five Mile was in buyers was visiting in and aroan-1 on section five. j ily this well-deserved protection

poles from which the wires are to be town Saturday. here last week. Mrs. Joe Rosier several )
j spent
I Martin Itimes was trading in Lake I days
the ground I
suspended are already on with dn account with at
Mr.
Butler R and Mrs. R. B. Rosier last ( open an us once
in readiness' Saturday.D. I
the engine is being put j / week.
+f and it wont be many nights before | W. Borum moved his cars backto I Elarbee church well attended
Lake Butler last week. 23.-Mrs. R. .'\. liters was
Hampton will look like a firefly. I I Miller May Saturday night and Sunday. Rev. S-4- $ $ $ $ $--$- $ $ $ $ ,
!Mr. and Mrs R. D. Rawlcy of i Rev S. S. Proctor and Rev. L. A. of Cadillac spent one day last week Geo. Smith ,
preached, as Rev. Charley -
Green Cove Springs, were welcome Rawls returned home Saturday morn- with Mrs. H. S. Miller. |
visitors to Hampton last week. > ii'jr" from Atlanta nn.l both report a O.V.. Caswell of Starke county: I I'Smith Mr. failed and Mrs.to appear. Great Oaks) from Little Acorns Grow '

I Mr. and, Mrs. W. G. Seals were visitors fine session of the Southern Baptist! agent, was in this community one d.iy Bart Register were :; :
of Mr. and
guests Mrs. Lacy Varnes.
convention and that it was !it suc-
say week.
t to Jacksonville Monday. last I Among those! who attended the 'I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
J. I'" Wilson, Hampton's able mechanic cess in every way. Misses Edna Blair and Rivu Fralick

made a short trip to Gainesville Willie Scarborough ;v convalescingat I of Providence, spent the week-end ,were prayer' Mr.meeting und Mrs.at Sidney Jack GrilTis Newmans Mr. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
this writing. with Miss Pearl Brown. | !
:Monday.
and Mrs. Lon Thornton :Miss AnnieGriflls ESTABLISHED 1889
!Miss Mabel Byrd of Graham, was a'' :Math Roller's: (au.l family' were in I II. S. :Miller was a businers! visitor
: Erne
and Hardy GrilTls: :Mr. STARKE' FLORIDAGet :
r visitor to Hampton Saturday.. t 'vvn Saturday iiftcvnoon. to Dukes Friday., .
11'11.1W.
and :Mrs Elter Io'il'r.11': .
and :\
business 1 : ; \\ Kink Richard: I"i at horni- for a few j N. II. Stokes made a business tripto I R. Rosier. s

Hampton days. | Alachua Thursday. j
Arthur
lhnr'-oy Green was shaking hands H, !M. Carver s":nt the weekend I I II. C. 1'eeples was a btfinest! v: with friends! in Hampton Sunday Mr. with his dlluj.'htl'r.il.: ..... 1 Richard: tor to Lake! Butler FrMny." attending to business in JacksonvilleSaturday your Second from reliable' clruler. I horr'tv the Grcdyrar btards!

A Green has many friends, here who are Reaves Worthington.. i .1. S. Itimnnl l. of Diil!c"'I. passed and Sunday. 30x3 1-2 non-skid $20 Tire, will be .old SA1LTDAY: end MCN. )i'
Jesse
proud of hv; safe arrival from France.A ('1\ de Parks is at h.nn> this >Ac"k.Mrs. through here one day recently 'relatives Starling in and family visited, Il DAY for 1650. PRICE ON ALL SECONDS 10 PER CENT OFF '

picnic supper was enjoyed( on the : ; Joe Hill Willi"",', has r'-luin-i Albert :Miller attended church nt urday und Sunday.the Lawtey section Sat L R. BURROWS, The Tire Man !

)aka shore near Hampton Saturday cd from Starke after a pleasant visit )|Worthington Sunday. :i Louis Harris and little daughter, ''I
afternoon. This) picnic was given in with relatives. :Mrs. T. I Waters was shopping in .
horor of Levi Johns. and F.rnest: l o\vl-> :MissevVinnte and Ilizabeth'lown-; Lake Butler Friday. Rifle were transacting usiness inRniford --

ing( who have recently returned from semi and Georgia Kpperson; motoredto ;Miss: Anna Itolle Peoples ent"rtain- ; Saturday. ,nnnOOQDCJCIr.IJlill'.lt.1tJf.IlXJIlelCJfJVt.flJWnr.r :: : ; ( + .
( P.. D. Stocks killed, a big rattlesnake p 'It if InrKJflOI! : M Jt u)of" It >nt".tlJtK" France where they have been serving Orange Springs/ Friday afternoon ed, a good many of her youni\ ; f. :'I'ls 'IFrl.lay
their country. A delirious supper was ;MrN.. E: 1 Roberts motored to Lake evening with a :social gather- ,, near Elarbee Saturday. He had '

served and those! noble young men enjoyed Butler Saturday. nfternocm. ing. Various games wore played. until ten Jim rattles.Futth returned to his after r AGENCY)
work '
; a !social time with their friend 'i AlKahost Lyceum course is coming a lute hour when each one depuited' .
and relatives. to Lake Butler in November. So for their homo, expressing> themselvesa.s : spending the week-end with his

Mr. and Mrs, Kuie Johns have recently plan to attend each attraction."' having enjoyed the occasion. family in the- -Wuteroak- --section.-- NEW U YORK STEAM l

,, moved to Hampton and expectto Prof. Terry and brother motored to i I :Mr. and Mrs Quinn Tomhnsoii. if" I I BRADFORD LAUNDRYI
make our town their future home. Starke Friday..Mrs. Lake Butler passed through\\ here Sunday -

J I'! Wilson, has recently opened up : Howard Stanton entertainedsix I enrouto to Providence to visit the J I l'lIllfor.l.IIlY: 2:1-lev: B. C. Jacksonville Fla.
11 n automobile repair "shop here Ho of the centenary: workers at supper I Intter'a: parents. Mr. and "Mrs. O. V. '' 1
Scarborough filled his
I' does good work and has many friends Saturday evening, the six being lirooks. i \\here regular appointment t

1 here wish him much SUCCORS.Mrs. the captains of this great drive in I j :Mr and ;\11'V.. O. Brooks, of lie Saturday and Sunday I have secured the for the above
was accompanied by his wife and agency
_I :M. V. I Dyal) of Jacksonville has Luke !Butler. 1'I'I1 Providence attended church here Saturday 'daughter '

w t' j Peen' visiting her mother, Mrs. Annie :Mrs. Guy left Tuesday morning/ for | and !Sunday.:! I !Mesdames W. Williams and B. Roberts laundry. Your laundry will be called
j Johns for a few days. a visit with her parents at Tarpon I I Dr. J. M. :Mann of Lake Butler -
were the guests of Mrs. 1. V.
for and delivered free of Satis-
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan is visiting Springs.\ made a professional visit here one day I Edwards: Sunday. charge.
i.'r 2 f1 friends and relatives at Theressu.i' i Albert Henderson and wife :Mrs.' .1.1 :Miss Cecil Raborn the of faction in Phone
Levy Johns and Kurilie ]Dowling, K. !Maines and :Mrs. Schell :Maines motored .1 C.'lIrl., of Providence, passed Mrs. C. II. Newsom Wednesday was guest after- guaranteed every way.

'I ;, who have been serving our country in to Gainesville Wednesday. through here Friday enroute to Dukes. 33 time before Wednesday 8 a. m.
z 1"' France for some time returned homo !:|I :Mrs Bart Stevens spent the weekend Denxil Thomas and sister Miss I noon. any
.
t last week. They were greeted by in Alachua on a visit to !Mrs. Grettes, spent Saturday and Sunday your laundry will be delivered to you
many friends who were glad as well Stevens, who is very ill at this writ- with thefP sister Mrs. W. M. Thomas

1 t''I os thankful to see them safe at homeagain. ing. of Raiford. Build! Now Friday and Saturday.
91 I I Jesse. Cason and son, of New River Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown visited
Mrs. Frank Sullivan of Pompano were in town Saturday. I relatives at Bland Sunday. =To INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF"JTABOR
TO > '
has been visiting relatives here for :Miles Crews and Math Sapp of New George; Shallar of Providence > THA'TJ'PISES-MAY!INCBFAS/J( OF!PqPl'CTIONMSf \!_nWFRFO\ THE HABERDASHERM.

I several days Mrs.' Sullivan returned River were visitors l to Lake Butler passed through here Saturday.Mrs. .
fl to I'ompuno in order to make ready Saturday. I : S. Thomas received a card V. S. tept. of' Labor:;.cr t.. 1 H. JORDAN. Prop. M

tr for. her trip to New York, which is her i :Mr. Harris has accepted 1 a position from her son Pvt. Olson Thomas saying ,
_w j iernmnent home. with the A. C. L. railway as second that he had arrived safely from I QS'tOltlfMDllttSOiRriitDlS) >> ( fRlCftplSirSttt Cxptt7lliRtaUt9tCSOriBD: mGmmoI ;

1 f, .{ K.: If Jones, of Tampa. was a visitor trick operator and he and his familyare I overseas.i I -
here Thurs.lay.II'!\ Jones' many pleasantly located at the home of i Can-foot of Worthington, was
friends are always glad to see him. Mayor Strickland. i in this community one day last week.
J. 1. iirannon and, son, Dennis, were Pupils of Mrs. W. n. Lee Give Recital 'I I Karl: Duke! of Dukes passed

_ t transacting business in Starke Satur- i On Saturday evening from 4H:: <> to through here Saturday. CONTRACTING!
s day.Mrs. l Ii o'clock the music pupils of Mrs.V, | :Miss Georgia Langford spent last BUILDING REPAIRING

: :Maynard of Waldo is visitingher II. Lee together with a number of ,week with her sister, :Mrs C. A. :Me'Leod -

daughter MrsV.. B. Alexander their friends, rendered! the following of Jacksonville.
this week. program in a most successful manner: | O.V.. ('a""" 1.11. of Starke, passed .

'(I. Mr. and Mrs Parley Wynn. of i Duet "Moonlight: Serenade ( Morel) 'j'I through here Thursday enroute to WkttsxESTIMATES GLADLY FURNISHEDWe

South Florida who have been visiting I I -hula Scarborough. i Alachua.
friends and relatives here for a few Solo "The Clock" (MaximPittNames. ) The writer in company with O. W.

f days returned,! totheir, home Saturday Caswell county Temonstratton agent
J *. / Selected-ilenrietta! Pad visited the Beacham Stock Farm at have competent carpenters and painters availableat

y :Mr. and Mrs. Bryant of Fort :Myers gett. Alachua last Friday. This farm when

i are visiting at the home of Mrs. Bry- Solo "Melody in F" ( Rubenstwn fully developed will be the largest all times.
ant's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. W. H. Elvie Fowler. 'and best equipped hog farm in the
1 Bedenbaughthis week. ( Solo, "Tulip" ( Spaudmg)-Mary South. They now carry something

The many friends of :Mrs. Lelen Borum. 'over 200 brood BOWS as fine as can be
$ Bedenbaugh are triad to know that she 1 Procession" found in the United States. :Mr. Cas WORK DONE ANYWHERE IN BRADFORD

is improved in health at this time. ( ) well bought two Poland China pigsfor

Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wynn' made a S..lo. 'Second Valse". (Godard)- Albert Miller and! Seeber Stowes. COUNTY.
business trip to :Starke; Thursday. Blanche Alderman. for Albert :Miller and Seeber Stokes

\ A very enjoyable social was given Solo "Waltz of Flowers Ferries" i(Club as the other members had been

at the home of Mrs. S. B. (Price Thursday (Crosby)-:Mary Borum. j supplied from other sources. All the
evening. Those who were present Vocal Solo, ( a) Sweetheart (Powell pig club boys of Bradford county'
'I were :'oli'lIcIubcl! Seals Alma Dyal ) ; (b) Four Leaf Clover (Coonbj) ,"should' visit the Hem-ham Stock Farm Quigley Lumber & Supply Company

Bl'rylIulludy.: Leona Mullady: Julia :Mrs. Howard! Stanton. as it will give them some idea of how
i Maxwell Ruth and Mary Price, Wilma Solo, "No Surrender :March" (Mor- I hogs are raised on a big scale.

Alexander, Nellie Coleman, Ethel Rison)Henrietta Padgett. I Mr. and :Mrs. I. E. Thomas have

-'I Hunt; Messrs. Willie Johns Rance Violin DUl't.f'ln Dreamland" just received a letter from their lion,











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f an accomplished and popular young thereof at Jacksonville, in said distri'on .t right Anything else? Telephone drews, Dukes. 6-16-tf ,
r. woman who has the high esteem of a this 20th day of :May A. 1) 1 ill It.KliWIN \batteries! ? Yos, wo have three barrels ..... - ----------- .
huge circle of friends I K.: WILLIAMS.f'.1 :\ in now; always keep a good stock; FOR SALE:
\d.ljj .. .. : :! Clork.Farnifi FOR SALE Tea of lard. G.
Bits of+ Local - ------ -- -- 15 cents All right thank you. cans J. ,
i :Mexican June corn seed at Kickli- ----. ---- - --.-.- Glass Jars', Yes. sir; they're her,.. Crews, Starke. 5-9-3t.
ti'i's. 5162t. Metal .., ...- _. -- ..._--- t
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tops, pints $1.15; quarts, $1.25;
fInformation\ itCa..n.M -- -_.-- F ARn1ER BRO VfJ: half gallons. $1.m5.; Glass. tops, pints,'FOR SALE-Cypress shingles, nil
n'lul'llinA' soldiers arrive in Starkt- $J I.25: i; quarts, $l.r:!:; ; half gallons, grades.. 1.. A. Brown, Brooker, Fla. '
almost every day. Among! others to $I.5.' Yes, wo have in n large stock; C-0-4t.
/ Omr Tl*. 7..M./ "rr ( arrive during the past few days'' are, Brown going to town you can get them any time -"
"../ftf tm"' M. c........ .""* T__ i (,u-orge Powell, son of :Mr.\ and :Mrs.\ I II.S. On a load of hay, Tin Cans ? Yes, sir.No. FOR SALE-=-Good young ge-t;; o horso +

Powell, of this: city, who nerved You could not buy a Liberty bond :': :2! cans, 125 in n carton, at $1.00 -new harness and I buggy, at a bargain I '

_..... ---.. 1 | with the famous Rainbow division in If you could buy it for n dollar nnd a per hundred; :No.': 3 cans, 100 in a carton I N. I D. Wainwright, Starko.
''' ( Krunoe for eighteen months; O. S. half today. $.r>.00 per hundred. Oh, yes; you 5-2-t
Dr. J. O. Haync.i'" was a visitor to 'farm ten miles east of Starke:; Sunday. Thomas:', of Dukes, who served with can have them in any quantity nt tho

Jacksonville: Tuesday.- I I ____ __' the Wildcat division; Cecil Adams, of Because you hncgot to sell this .same rate, -4 and 5 cents each. FOIl" LI-I..r,1: automobile, cheap t,,
- -- i Private Hardy Williams returned to load of hay to buy Hasina! one of thoso five in good condition
I Stnrki1, who served 18 months in Lot nl<' show you through our stockin passenger" ;
15c Starke Friday. He has had a lot of ) Leather\ Collars'' at l 1V\\ ITTC. JON: I4: I will demonstrate anywhere !toy
Bleaching, at Stump's.I. I i I I France and brings home a sharpshooters the back' room. Now: heres".. tho j : {
experiences I in France and Germany, medal Levy Johns, of H.IUIW.lmTOIU: : : at $1:50.: The (:iarden 1 takes I "Kalch, Hampton, 1 Flu It.
-- "-'- --- I(I ; Hampton (10; ) to {ilO cents; Hoes, ; 1 I
.. II. lull of Lawtey, was a business ,,, and it delighted! to get buck to the ', who served 11 months. with the other l kind is only $3.50: / but I want 75, "", 85 and 00 cents; Koofiing Paper I I -WHW KMBMH MKM 4

) visitor to tUurke Thursday. States. (: engineer corps and :'IIt'I.tew11111:': n, of you, RaMus, to have one good collar. / good )quality :3< ply, nt $:l,50; FOR SALE-A small cook} stove; i rt
... . . I Guess I'd, better\ buy one of them
--- - --- -- - --- ---- - --- v'tiki! >, who hud long tour of new Pitcher
n > and
over- Pumps, $'l.d: (II. $:1.00 $:t.25: ; ,i three-burner oil stove, folding t
4 Mr. und Mis.: S. U. Johns were visitor Heavy yellow! homespun 15 f :'as duty.IiFUIIICK. Bridles ut $.'.011; that's only jJ.l.fiO; : and Screen floors $:!!ill, $:!.HII. $2: 00 nnd ,' couch, bed with mattress; Indies'

to l.ii'l-unvillu lint:: of the week. cents at Stump's.H. -_. .- -- I'll get more" than that for this old $:t.t'0; :11111.illdnw Screens, 75 and! i I I oak dressing table ,tad chair; two
.. .. .... load/ of hay und maybe contract
-- -" -' --- : ::01111''I'O'I.T01':8:; : can Chicken
$1.25: ; ( Wire, 'I, .1 I I. 5 and! tl feet largo fumed oak rockers; large oak
Get my prices on Fruit Jars, Tops I A. Shaver stays, in; Starke as : for more hay and mike out to get Samantha high, nt :i to 4, 5 and( it cents per runningfoot library table; !good'I bed spring. Call /
and rubber! J. F. Kickliter. It. much us his other factories! will allow T. N. Kendrick, Stnrke's city farmer that Oil Stove she is so sot on. ; Wnsh Tubs; Cultivators'' and 1 I nt Presbyterian, :Manso.\ 5-23-2t.
.. .. I suppose I'll 11Ilto buy her that
---- -- him to help for the work inLu'lnA' began his shipment of tomatoesye..t'rday Plow' Parts of nil kinds ..
prepare ------------
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Class
Col J. L". Kutch was a business visitor beanHo with three crate- of line Churn today Let's see, they I am sorry :Mr. Jones' is not in. Hevnuld
to ksoiwillo last week. j I the is 'gratified! with fl'uit. :lir. Kendrick hopes to be able cost $'J.Ol( for the U-qunrts und $2.50fur + like to meetmi, but I'll tell, him KSTRAY: MKAST): -About three years
of this I
success ('UI"J I ,
) : crop. the old color dark brown; under slope
.. ._ -1-iumrts. ;
- - ,110 ship in the neighborhood of ;500I you wenin.. Have, your wife coma I
C. I I.. Peek\ has returned home after Let's see, tho $t'riO for Bridle mid in one car, two, under bitt in other;
; I rates before the season's over. in next time I always wish.. to
TheVonuut's : Union will ; get
Mi-sionary
[ it
_. CollarII branded with NI. Come for him
a weck'-i business trip in Polk county. - e ; : for Churn, that makes c
hold its regular meeting! Tuesday afternoon $!\00. Well, I should get $10.00 for ucqutmintcd with all my customers so I he i i.< yours.'' I D. i.. Phillips! threoml1c'9 d"
----- ----- -- TO KimrUNED: t-'OLDILKS) :
will feel home
May :i7th, at four o'clock nt j they at when they andRaiford
the hay have left for of Lawtey on Lnwtey\
White Wash Satins at $1.23: to $1.73;) j and some tobacco. com* to the storeWell .
the Baptist church All members ore i i road. 5-2:1-11.: :! ,
.1
yard. Mnrgan's. urged to hi- present. Returned soldiers are asked to, give here's' all your things snug in I r
---------- I . ''n! hand to the Salvation Army cam Well, heuwe are. I'll just run in the wngoii. |
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J. (C. Poppell was a professional vis- paign. Tell your friends about. tho and look at the Collars again FOR SALE10 acre farm under wire
Bleached sheets 75 cents atStump.s. (iood-bye; don't forget Pnd Fling I Innd fence 10 cleared two milea
itor to Green;" Cove Springs WIJnes-1 line work of org.ini/.ntion> nod ask I i I Howdy[ acres ;
IMU1T JONES( : : 11.1:111:1sTUnK : -) I
day. i|; them to see that 1'rudford I county !M r. Jones in ? north of Slarkc; fair buildings;
,,: takes cure of its quota of $SOO. I No, Mr. .]ones is out at presunr.! Ito ) We always will give you a i, $1 IWO.: Address A. (I. Green, Box eS
2 Peas, all varieties (00) day velvet ;, Parents of soldiers is a very busy man with his other business Minnie deal. So long. j I. 1- I-tf.
; I Leslie Turner who has been on tho are especially
I Oh, Mr, UI'U.hl"t one minute I II _. .. _. w
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look after ---- -- -
beans at Kicldit<1r'lI. 5.16.2t. invited to help' boost the to together with tho
road for several months traveling for campaign toa
I forgot to tell about Woeder! RiNT-1O: ) farm
our SALE ,
___ I city plumbing I that he hns to look after you ; KOU Oil acre
'cuMful linKh. Tho [
the American Tobacco X>. has been Hum Salvation
'
it is.. the best, satisfaction ofany mile northwest.. of Lawlt'y 8acres
since the I giving :II I ;
:MisEdwina! McDouth is: spending promoted to the position of district Army measured up fully to its responsibility war took the boys away.So ,
used l ; it is used to pulverize I theground cultivated over 110) young ,
a few dayin Starke with her sister, miles with headquarters< at'' to the soldiers who went : you see I inn trying to hold down I ;
manager
Mrs. I 11.: A. Weeks. Iichmonda. across to fight and die for us. Let's the store when he's.. out; that is, I'm and kill nil young weeds. You fruit trees. For skim or for rent to
keep dragging/ corn until It I is! Enquire: of
your family cheap.
his hired a very
---- -- - ..... not turn u deaf ear to their call. avid and they call mo "Dad
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knee high; that keeps' I ho' ground clean Louis Hill or Peter Jorgcnseii, Lawley -
G. C. Livingston, of the Marks-! \ :Make! contributions Fling.
Oh Wash Skirts -In Satins. through your
you lama' well stirred, mid 1 the corn a 5-a-r.t.
gives FU.
Xn h Company, Tampa, visited hi'1' Gailutdines, Etc. Sec them nt Morgan's. district committee when convenient, to What may I call your name? good start Then take our I'owlur . :
famil.v here Monday. do so, but if you fail to see members.. Oh! Mr. llrown. I i nm glad to meet -- ----
Cultivator the
middles
to plow out
IIII' |
- of your local committee make ivmit-, you, especially' in JONTS': J IIAKIKXAIIIO u
I '- i and 1 hill up your corn and l you linvo
I'rof. 1-'. W." Gruffmiller; and family, l> W. II. Bryan, of Jacksonville: trance direct to George! C. White, \ : :S'lOKi: made. All our lii--t farmers
your crop '
of Jacksonville spent Sunday with district health officer! of the Jacksonville : treasurer.. Starke, and your district :Now: what can I show you today ? lh"1II111,1 like Ihrin line.

Prof and :Mrs. C. E. I'ope. i i district. spent three days! in the will be credited with your contribu- Oh it's.. no trouble; that's what hoKeeps The anusing\Weder is fix l r.ll. 1111,1 the Fowl IS YOUR LIFE
; : t ion. '' mi1 around. I for, and remember,
i city this week, examining the school '
-- (> > Lot show them
$12.110.
1'r i h mi1 to
New lot of Taffeta, und Georgette thildren. lie left Thursday for Lake. / -. 1 will, always give ;you just I the mi mo you when come to town ngain: INSURED?
Dresses, $12.50 to $20.00. Get your Butler to carry on his work with the Notice price us lie would, for our motto is. you
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eyer on these Morgan's.Mrs. school in that town- United States District Court, Southern "()NE: : PKICITO(: ALL.,' VNI
i __ | Yes' sir.. here's the collar all leather
District of Florida. In the matterof ; ; I REPRESENT THE t!
Lucius Hell and, children of T. ; ANo.1 ; $1 I 50. We have a chcnp- .CLASSIFIED.
I The war work of the :Salvation: F. Norman, bankrupt. I .
Pensacola, are visiting at the home of Army has never been adversely criti- In the matter of petition for final I Idischarge. ono lit $:\\.liO(), but not so good., We MUTUAL LIFE INS.

her brother, Mr. Jos. E. Wilson. cised.. Wouldn't it be right nice to .-On this 20th day of May, '$1.75.an sell you a good Canvas Collar at ADVERTISINGONE CO. OF N. Y. THE I ,
let those who have left room for crit- A. D. J)19( on reading the foregoing I ,
Gingham and Percales, 12 icism know that the generous American petition, it is ordered by the court I Bridles? Yes, sir; this one at $2.25 ('EN r A WORD! rna RACII Iaan N. OLDEST COMPANYIN
-this one, $2.00. We will have in
CASH IN AUVANCK
that
the kind of hearing be had the
public appreciates upon same/
1-2 cents at Stump's.Mr. service that is above criticism. on the :30th day of June, A. I). 1919,1 I more Bridles and! Harness parts' inn muM Advr1Jim b. paid In .Inverted....... vndvr No ..dvrllB this .m h..d.nl THE U. S. ,
before paid court, Jacksonville, in few days.; All nigh, thank you. Now for on. tnitrttnn accrpud for !I..* than Sft

and Mrs. R. M. Hersey and S. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones left l said district, at ten o'clock in the forenoon I|what else? --.-- ----- ---
B. Woodard, of Theressa, were in Wednesday for Jacksonville where and that notice thereof be published 'i Glass Churns? Yen sir; this one is WANTED: -Cowpoim; any variety; JOS. E. WILSON
town Saturday attending to business. they spent several days. Mr. Jones in the Bradford County Telegraph $2.00; this size, $2.50. All right; [pay cash. J. F. Kickliter. It. ;
I what's next? - --- -. .- -- .-- --- -- Ii '
------- -- will attend the joint session of the a newspaper printed, in said, I'r I'rr
Miss! Edna Epperson, of Lake Butler Georgia, Florida and Alabama Retail district! and that all known creditors i Plow Lines? Yes, sir; :35!! and 40 XVANTKD: -10 to 50 gilts or brood
is spending a few days at the Hardware Association in session there and other persons in interest may appear cents for ;)3): feet cotton lines. All "sows, prefer the Durocn.) It. J. An i

home of Sheriff and Mrs.V.. J. Epper- I this week. Mrs. Jones will attend nt I said time and place and show '

son a convention formed of the wives of cause, if any they have, why the prayer r
I the hardware men. of said petitioner should. not be _- Wl r rV
Miss Marie Livingston has returned granted., )

home from Gainesville, Ga., where !I Men's Dress Shirts. 75c to And. it is further ordered by thecourt ,
she was a student at Ilrcnuu College that the clerk shall send, by mail
during the III"t i term. 'i $3 at Stump's.Kdvin to nil known creditors, notice of said/

------.-.-- ._- --- petition i t and this.. order addressed, to BANK OF STARKE

Every lay is Bargain Day atStump's. from the W.Mahumu Freeman Polytechnic will graduate,, Auburn -them toted.Vitii.ut their places of residence, a V 1

Ala., as a bachelor of science. in \ s-. the Hon. Kh.vil.m :M. Cull(
--- 'chemistry and I metallurgy. The forty- Jed) r of aid carat I, nnd the si"il, )
51U I p.y I :Moore, a student of the seventh (commencement exercises, of I ------- .--_. The Growing Bank
llirh :-'< In, "I.' spent the week-end at this famous.. institution will be held l ,
Tin" .1 with her parents, :II r. and fl'omIa: :Mist to June :Hid. Uri I and | "FAKE"( ASPIRIN 1"

MrI I 11.Y.. :MoonMr -. ,.Mrs., : .. 1 Froemnn will attend the exercises
|: and sec their son graduate I
\ H: ,iy: Turner and little daughter '

r.'t. t ,>,n, ",I to Dinsmore Saturday, !!! Mrs C.: Abermithy left -w"dm.-I, WASALCUM -

after \i-uinjf' at the home of :Mr. and dav for Asheville, N. ('., '!:"' t-1**-"n im.rc. --.TTJfc.-:: .1 .t ....= 1
Mr 15. I'. Johns. will attend the mid-biennial council ---

!of tho National Federation of Wom Therefore Insist i
Famous Pine Tree Silks .still. goingat Upon G ll-
an's (1'Inbs! which romcne*> the coming
$1.73; yard.. Morgan's.: \\,'ok.11'. Abernathy will join :Mrs.\ I tine "Bayer Tablets At the close of business May 5th 1919. r
--- --- Abernathy later and (hey plan to *
:Mrs\ II. W. Raiford, of Kuiford, and I spend[ the .summer in the mountainsof of Aspirin" I ICv
cousin! :Miss Alice I Kaiford, of Thom- :North': Carolina. our deposits were 30 per cent. or almost

usville, Ga., were visitors to Starke t; -_ ---- ---- -. '

Wednesday.Mr. I I I have !00-day) ) velvet beans yet. J.i' .. I II one-third, more than they were on the '
Kickliter. It.Mr. n I .f"
and Mrs. J. :M. Truby left Wednesday ------ ._- .-- --. C II I
for Richmond, Va., being call- : Edward, Ahc-rn, an experiencedtitle I same date last year. '

ed there on account of the serious abstractor! has accepted a po..i.tion I
illness of their daughter. j with the Bradford County Abstract I

Company. lie will shortly move I Millions of fraudulent Aspirin Tablets I
Mr. and, Mrs. R. S. Powell have as his family to Starke. Mrs. Ahern was
were s 1 ( Id by a Brooklyn manufacturer We much appreciate this endorse
guests their daughters, Mrs. J. II. i :Miss\ Elsie Liddon, of Ocala, before which later proved to be composed very
Fields, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. T. her marriage, and has a number of of
mainly Talcum Powder
G. Carter, of Georgiana. II I!relatives and friends in Starke who "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" the true, ment of our service, and invite others to I t
are pleased to know that she will soon genuine, American made and American / ,
< i
If believe in rewarding duty well
we be numbered residents.
among our
owned Tablets marked with S
done we will make the Salvation the safety "Bayer Cross are I make use of it. fl '

Army know that its unquestioned record I Miss! Florence Carter, of Starke, Ask for and then insist ,
upon "Kayer
of service is w
appreciated. as received a letter from Pvt. Harvey
Tablets of
and
I ...: Aspirin" always buy
:ireen, of Hampton, stating that he them in the original Bayer
I F.Florida Kickliter'a.and Spanish peanuts 516.2t.Relati'e at J.. ai safely arrived in the States after which contain proper directions package anddosage. We especially invite checking accounts.
ne year oversea! service. He is nown .

!! and friends of Pvt. Knox Atlanta discharge, Ga.on,:May\where< Kth.; he He receivedis expectst :Manufacture Aspirin is the of trade Monoaceticacidester mark of Buyer ,' None arc too large for our facilities and

Thrower are glad to hear that he has , reach home in a few days. His
returned from France ilml,l is now at I friends will be glad to have him /
lany of have careful
Camp Upton, Long Island. 1 back home again Salieyliencid.-Adv-125 I'ACKEK: CANSNo. : none too small to our atten-

-- -- 2-125 to carton, $1. per' 100.
$1.25 Heavy Blue Work Men's Monkey Skin Work No. 3-100 to carton, $;S per 100. tion.

Shirts, 75 cents at Stump's.Rev. Shoes, $1.79 at Stump's.Mr. Any Quantity
See samples of Lithographed Labels

and :Mrt. B. C. Scarboroughand Luther Powell and Miss Mae for No. 2 and 3 cans. I l
daughter Laura attended church Fripp, of Starke, were married Monday Pint quart and 2-quart Screw Top -- -- -- j
servises near'Brook Sunday, While in Jacksonville. News of their and Class Top Jars-Lowest Prices. r

there they were guests of friends. I marriage was a complete surprise to IWITT C. JONES
II I relatives and friends.! Mr. Powell is STAKKK FLORID
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. :Mixon and Mr. I one of Starke's sterling young business -
and Mrs. J. D. Stansill visited :Mr. and 1, men and stands very high in the -= .
Mrs. W. G. Brooks at the camphor I,etimntion of everyone. His bride is COFFINS CASKETS :
I
-- .. I I And a full line ofUndertakers' II'II '' BANK OF STARKEThe


Phone GEORGE'S MARKET\ Phone Automobile Supplies Hears- "
1 I44 I
44 Always on hand. The be-t ,... Growing BankE.

Full line of Fresh Meats all times. Hams, Sausage. vice at the lowest prices.. Specif', 4 t tl"IUU.

Sirloin per lb. 30c. Rib Loin" 25c. attention to-telegraph---- oreVr S. MATTHEWS, President CEO. C. WHITE, Cashier
Tenderloin 30c. Brisket Stew 17 I-7c.
eqistered( : Embalmer
Round Steak 30c. Best Roast" 2Sc. _..

Chuck Steak 20c. Rib Stew" ISe'. f DWITT C. JONES I

Full Weight Guaranteed Prompt Delivery Starke FIi. I

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PAGE SIX UKADFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA FK1I \Y.1: H 23. 101'J.\

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No Worms in a ll ltliy ChildAll

Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days I children troulih-d) with worms have on unhealthy
:1i, i Well.rlned I refund If PAZO OINTMENT fell color which Indicates root blood, and.us a
DniMlm mono
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: Bradford County Farmers to cure IU Iii, 1. Blind. Bli-ediim, or Protruding Ptlr. role there Is more or lees I "["mach disturhunte.GROVE'S
_ Inmuntlv rellrvn lu.hini Flip, and you cant I II TASrELESS; chill'IONIC: given regularly
...., tlucp, after the br t ai* lcatwa. Price Uh for two or three weeks will enrich tho blow! Improve
the dlHonlun.and act a.a General SirrniiiliruinsToulc
I to tin, whole system. Nature will bin:
. . . . . . . .t Tlimi'S) INJUKi: I'KANLTS { If you stick to the home town, buy l I Mr. Wisler Cured of Indigestion. In throw perfect off" or liualth.UHwl the Pleasaattotake.worms, and the Silo Child|>c-r wll buttlu! tw

O p in the home town boost .
our own city'- .
t
O COUNTY( Same Insert (hat Attack. Citrus andO i industries I :: ;;
AOENTS1: KKPOKTSV/ Tomatoes | keep your money ill it-i "Some time i in 1909 when I had an ,.
O !tanks, patronize its institutions, then
attack of indigestion and everything
O4sl'4amO G'i . . you' are a man with credit and a fu- tttsat .. You Do More Work,
The Florida flower thrips/ in causing I Ion.sidoruble turc NOr 11ADCBYT? looked! gloomy to me, I received n
in free sample of Chamberlain's Tablets You ere more tiinbitiuus mid you get! moreenjoyment
Hillsboro Farmers injury to peanuts va- !
County: planting
But a man without credit is as forlorn out of everything when your
i for feed than rmufi parts of the wtiiti1! according to by mail. I gave them a trial and
more hog
peanuts ,
without In
as a man u country. blond i is in pond condoles Impurities
were planted. a few years ago. J. 1 K.: Watson, entomologist at the''' Credit is built up by )personal acquaintance. they were such a help to me that I i he Meet] have a very dcTossiii| / effect on

xpcrimcnt Station stdV.. X. 'An- '' It is established: by continual I bought a pacKage, and I can truthfully the system, tiiusintS\ weakness, laziness,

LaFayette County: Prospects fine ]Ivony, extension pathologist. Tho face-to-face friendly dealings) / : ly that I have not had a similar nervousness mid :>n. knrssOKOVU'S .

for bumper crop of corn and peanuts.We olives at the top of infested plants'' with the merchants und) business men attack since! ," writes Wm B. VisIer, TASlKLfiSS Chill TONIC

bid fair to exceed all other learn irst curl and then turn brown and (of the city. I Douglassville, Pa.-Adv. restores Energy and itality, by, Purifying

i in the production of these crops, i', inully dry up, canning the plants to And,) as you build it up, you are I I and itreniiitieiniiii Lnrulnii!: the, invigorating Blond.<> When| effect you,feelits see

C oak ns if it were attacked l hy some |)building the very foundation of your Q fur I how it tiring color. tu the cheeks und hour

/ Orange County: Crops in fine con ungu or scorched by fire. The whole ,security, your )prosperity, your happiness MICKIE SAYS it improves the appetite' you will then
dition. Spraying machines will bo lant m yellow and stunted but usualy j in the community. Your clnldlen's ] I appreciate' its true tonic 'value

busy: for the next few weeks. The big "I''IIVCI'S'Ill'n the thrips are re-i greatest heritage will be the l0ET NO, SIR MISAEL, O'BRIEN iKUVlTS( TASrrLCSS Chill 'IO.MC
I I drive is on against/ whitefly and scale.Flagler moved The injury has long been common ,credit of the name you leave them r.ruCPa I NOU CANT GO DOWN fo Tv E I is not a patent mi'ilicinc. it U'" simply
in peanut field) but only recently ;, Get the friendship of your hometown I TRAIM TO OtktWfeR NEWS IKON: und jUlMNC( I a HU tended, in i>rup.
County: Potatoes co.itimie Los it bc-i'n traced to thrips. The inert merchants business So I loIulI-lInt evt n clll: '
and When
c to freely The yields are fair, JH the ...1l11II" the one which cum/ I|bankers. men company comes I ITEMS FORTHE 'ER..I'OI't blood' iifi-tlsQuinine( tj I'unfylt and IRONto
move and Get acquainted with tl\\<'J\1.1] there is no time to NOO'BE oomCr 10 CHURCH' Fart: .lt it. these reliable tonic/ "firoptTtiis -
and the quality good. Some rice lionly attacks citrus! tomatoes ]Kstublibh) your credit with them. waste'-no chances to WITH ME 1 SHOULD "''''IN'IOU'D 'I' never fail to drive out Impurities ia
being planted. One man has ten acres loses, I but it is different from the on-i I Stand I .
by them-and .
: they'll standby j; be taken-so mother GST ENOUGH\ 01 THAT the blnodThfStrcntihCrrHtinjr
I of broom corn, which is looking fine. ,,, on thrips i 'ou.-l'ellsac..la Journal. i I P21N1'INCr OPPICE DURINrTHE !' ( |
Thrips/ are dry" weather insects and I sees that there is always TAS1 hl.KSS; Chill PUNIC: has made it
WEEK< VMVTHOOTIT A'II\NCJ\
Ksciimbia:: County: Corn and. truckcrops lience arc most common during the a can of I the favorite Innir. in ilunnnnd of homes..
are .simply fine. Other crops pring and. early .summer. With the''AITKOI'KIAIIONS/ TO ItK: C.\UE.I ON YOUR MIND\ ALL More limn tl.irtv-Hve y. ors, ujn.( folks

doing well also. Hog cholera in lhe1101.th"rn 'coming of the rainy season their num- I-T'LLV .AI'I'OKTIONKI( / CALUMETBIKING I DAV SUNDAVIlt would l ndi-H< loud diMum,: U, itetliKOVESTASIKLUSS
I I : Chill 1UVCheii( : n
I 1 1 lers gradually iliminish. They arc
part of the county seems to
member of. their family: had Maliin.i) or
be under control. email' delicate creatures, l-'JD:! inch in' Tallahassee, Fill, :May lR.-That POWDER needed a lio'lv-l.uildini: .!. trenUlh-Hivinii! /

i-ngth: and a heavy dashing rain ;I there is. small chance for lIlpr"prlll-1) tonic ,Tlii ,..rmul,' 'is rust the mime today
J' Walton County: Both the corn and 1 knocks a large proportion of them :tions" ) out of. the usual: order on hand. Cakes pi< ';, I :and y""U> i rqi '." i .1' from any drug

pig! club work is !:growing in this ]from the plants and. pounds them) to 'j at this session is exemplified/ by the doughnuts.rnuttins and BUT f store. hoe j"r bottleLargest!

county. There are GI() new members
.v I in these, clubs this year. Farmers will therefore" usually put an end to' un unfavorable report to. the must be dressed up n:

interested in cooperative work. serious damage to the peanuts.. If I bill proposing the appropriation of their best taste: and A r
the injury threatens to become serious | :$.">0OUO() ) annually between the Tampaand looks.

Bradford County: Farmers around the plants should! be sprayed witha j Jacksonville: fairs for the purpose Then too her pY IESi
tobacco solution. It 1 is best to add of reputa r ,
Hampton interested in the early production ] giving: attractive premiums toICrow..rs
tion cook must UtMUL .
as a 'iJS1' 'v1)UQ
substance to the solution to act
and
of sweet potatoes. Prospects some I producers. One of the
are bright for forming a cooperative 0,1 a spreader. A good formula and, invest I and,I most formidable delegations be upheld and she"stakes" and oldest seed

1 and one that has satisfactory on t:: which has it on Calumet I
sweet potato growers shippers proven yet appeared in Tallahassee Q O house in state.
association at Hampton. citrus and, tomatoes is: I! this session appeared before et'erytime. She knows We can supply your need
I Commercial lime-sulphur solution, t the: house committee on appropriation will not disappoint her.
-Write for
Duval County: One very encouraging 32:! degrees Baume, 3 quarts. 1 last )Friday night and presented arguments Order a can and have the catalogue--
feature of the work in this county Black leaf 40, 1-2 pint. which doubtless impressed the "company" kind of bakings Information on any crop j

is that several of Jacksonville's influential I Water, 00 gallons I members of the committee and even ever} day.Calumet \ FREE.

business men have bought/: Instead of the lime-sulphur one can I though: they wanted to report favorably contains only such E.A.MARTIN SEED CO
and arc developing: large farms. Corn ]put into the solution from four to they felt that the financial con- ingredients as have been i

as d and cane .demonstrations very promis ight pounds of soap, the larger quan-liitions! demand that they exercise the approved Food officially Authorities.by the Jacksonville, Fla. 1
U S.
ing.: | ities when the water is hard. Do note j greatest care in expenditures. The Auu a

I. both lime-sulphur and soap.CATTLEKfSTLEKS I present session is going to abolish tho You ears wfcen JOG buy it.
A- G of citrus i . You live when you use it.
Lake County: Winding up ,1 ----. -- -- convict lease system, which nets the
S. spraying.:. :Melons are in fine con : state something over a quarter of a -
dition. Growers;" planting more cover1' "I million dollars annually: in revenues. ''I
crops this season than in past years. Cattle fever ticks are the cattle : There] are other" revenue producing

General: farm crops normal. Peach rustlers of today. They run off more 'I agencies: which will be lost at this session - _. -- ---- --

crop excellent. I. beef than the thieving cowboys ever with the result that unless some ]I Cut This Out And Take! It With You.A Let Us Send You
i did.. Treat' rent rough. Shooting and), ,other means are provided for tho I ; a"Swift
man often forgets the exact name
Pinellas County: :Much stress is "neck tie parties" put a stop to cattle I 1 raising of monies for the operation of I
of the article he wishes to purchase
,
being put on the slogan/ "two cows, rustling by the cowboys, and dipping ,the state government the state is : {
chickens the cattle will put a stop to cattle | j find, it hard finance 11:0'1) and as a last resort takes somethingelse
two )pigs, and 1 50 on every :ing to to i Dollar"For
instead. is
? grove and farm". :Much' interest is being rustling by the cattle fever ticks. |I..on the present milla e. An increaseof and That always ., i
pointing disap-I
unsatisfactory.
taken in "trade-day" which is to'' Cattle Hustlers is the subject of af,' two mills. on valuations of the I
way is to cut this out and take
be held :'IIIIYI: If this, one is a success beautifully colored poster which has 'state is already certain, because of
you so as to make sure of gettingChamberlain's :
others will be held regularly. just been published by the United|the necessity for raising an amount :": a Pocket PieceIt
Tablets. You will find
I I' States of Agriculture.
II Department sufficient to meet the federal good I
I I nothing quite so satisfactory for con-
!.i The artist has graphically depicted
Y roads aid for this state. With this
DeSoto County : As a result of the
stipation and indigestion-Adv.
good: work accomplished by the boys' a scene of bygone/: days, showing the I certainty staring them in the face and will interest you. : p pI
'I ::1
-i; 'cowboys driving off a herd of cattle "
clubs last year, many more boys are /: ]loathing to return to their homes. with
eager/: to join the clubs this year. Already by starlight. The companion picture' )the record. of greatly: increasing the MICKIE SAYS
there are 51 members in the (shows' large cattle fever ticks riding )' |tax levy the legislators generally are &HTf '

in the saddles on the horses which are DIDJ& : II
pig club 21 in the corn club and 6 / ]hesitating when it comes to bills EVER: 61'OP'1'0 <
't in the cane club. i I being urged forward at top speed in I which carry with them a single dollarin THINK THAT, NEKt TOTHE ,
{I pursuit of the cuttle. Thes kull of a appropriations. A.ISIQ.'S O'OA'fYE' : imcDnzsrI2.96 1

vanquished steer lies in the foreground I To date no bill carrying with it an SOLDIER. BON'D A.A.1'HER I 1i
Holmes County: White potatoes the animal having died] from appropriation has passed muster In HAVE A COPY: OP THE OLD \ % o 1'I'II i
I 65'.
looking extra well. Quite increase' '
an trw
of the cattle fever ticks. HOMe i ftn
depredations j |both houses. But one bill of this PAPER R.EOLNO THAN
: ToSfocA
Rjiserj
in the acreage: to sweet potatoes. As a 'I
--- --- AN'fkIN'
character has met the approval of tho I ELSE I oa'He U U
4. the price of hogs' in the local marketscrowd j] d i
TIIK: t OI'F.N SES.1:tll:- senate and that is the one providingfor WORLD 7. 8I .
the $::!O mark, interest in pig
I' BUY IN YOUR MOM: : TOWN:'< the creation of a state board of ? O 2- ,i I
club work continues t<> grow. Ten I .
I charities. which culls for but five 6 ,1.
new members were enrolled and furnished 1 I
last week. The authorship of the "Letters of! housand s pigs i '
(I Junius" is one of the mysteries. ofJ| : expense. I r It shows where the I "

Jackson County: A cooperative history. -
feeding test which shows clearly the The Letters of Junius. were scathing DAYS TIIAT HAVE: GONE I that Swift &

I value of properly feeding hogs was indictments of the immoral court I I o I money goes ,i

finished u few weeks ago. This farmer clique which surrounded King George I (The following written ':
was takes
: byi I Company in.
111. They were printed, in n London :
fed $5 worth of corn and $11 'rankle Moore, the little twelve year ; l lI
worth of peanut meal feed to three newspaper during the years' imme- I'' Id daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. S. K. ., j jI
hogs: in five weeks and made a clear iately preceding the American Moore.)
It shows that out of
profit of $:'J5.HI.! This. test seems. to tion. I every :
The author of r..volu.1 I miss the patter of little feet, '
appeal to our farmers. mysterious dollar received Swift &
': torte letters did much to miss the voices soft und. sweet. j'r by iij' I

St. Johns County: Farmers are the credit of King George. While over the floor they would ) Company from the sale of meat I .:tl tlIi
and I
.\ discredited king Is on the way romp play |
holding off on digging: potatoes for to the scrap heap I As happy as lurk in their childish | Ii and by-products in 1918- it i I
advance in price. The / yieldis I
average:
The Hun kaiser while way. i '
I. triumphed ,,
running from 'JO:! to 'J5:!; barrels per he maintained his credit.'hen he! c I Ii .i !

,.4 acre. Prices on pork are holding up lost credit with his people ho lost Hut things have changed BO much i i: 1 -Swift and! Company'
in
good shape, choice liil) to :1250pounder" !;; I II
; bringing: $1 Hn> to $!HI.! Fat his throne. now, ;i paid for live animals 85.00 cents II I!
Discredited King George! III/ did not Wrinkles of trouble are upon my I !
range hogs are bringing:: $11 to $12.I:! |
lose his. throne, but he )lost his em brow, h and I
2 S\ift
Company
Iij
pire's richest. po..ssion-\IIIl'rica- Fur since they passed out of my I' t
:Manatee County: Late celery continues and he later lost his sanity, home | :::le r; paid out for labor, 1) )

to hold good: and shipments are (CI'l'llitp"r l''cdit-III, even I I have been left all alone. | --- i, and other h]
1 going out daily One car ,,"1.In:4t\ more the backbone: of the average -. I II"; freight :I

I: week for over $2000.:!( Tomatoes selling citizen's welfare than it is the prop of > nrnKN: .'o1ll.1.I0IEIUC.: .\ S I For the Heliff of Rheumatic Pains I Qiy t, iI';', expenses 12.96 cents ItI .
at $ 1.50! per crate, and 1 moving in royalty. j jCredit I '

quantities., Rust mite in evidence, i is the mortar in the structure! IIl'1I0 () OF LAST DRIVE When you have stiffness and soreness !I I 3 Swift & Company J JII I

but for this the pest.growers The are county making and private it hot of prosperity.. I Fifteen million Americans bought of the muscles, aching joints and I II had left a profit of li IB!
were it not for modern! credit
relationships find it difficult to move without pain 4
dipping vats are being used exten Victory Liberty notes in tho last campaign I "
: 2.04
only
< business the i cents
sively. among men, II according to estimates furnished try massaging the affected parts \
t
I world's whole commercial structure the with Chamberlain's Liniment It will ', -- ."111'I' 111'\
by treasury. This : '
compares ,. Total 100.00
would fall back a century or more.i I favorably with about 21,000,000 relieve the pain and make rest and I' cents : I
Sesame purchasers
Marion County: l'ol'n. beans and i Credit in the universal "Open ::;; in the fourth loan, 17,000,000 sleep possible.-Adv.HKCOMMK.NDKI ,I :!
tomatoes looking fine in most parts !
I of the county II'UII"111,1 cukes! being ]How is in the third. 9,100,000 in the second I "'''HI'HIII
credit
your ? und 4,000,000 in the first.FRECKLE : ) I IIY 1TNCI.KSM : The 2.04 cents remaining as i iI
shipped in large quantities find I tomatoes I IVnsucolu's honor is no more secure I FOR THE I.\1.\IU.tuinil1l' .\ ''l
will soon. begin to move Cantaloupes than the credit of its individual ''I profit equals only a fraction of a ::1.;

and watermelons looking extremely t'iti/en And no individual citizen i LEMON JUICE IS (! One --Thrl'l'; : Ingredientsof I' I II II'I+

good. Have placed S3: pigs i can build up his credit unless" he j REMOVERGirls the Famous Malaria/; Medicine, I cent per pound. It is too smallto III''

with club nH'ml..nlO'S\ ore buying: honorably) fulfills his 1 appointed role i, Dr. William No. 101 Tunic affect materially the price of i
good stock mid l are willing to borrow in his personal community relation- I 1

tho money to bray. it with. There is.i ships Make This Cheap Beauty The United States Public Health ]live stock to the farmer or the b11I'!II''\
a scarcity of dnnd China stock in i It is the man who sticks to his hometown Service at Washington recommends I I '

the county and efforts arc being madeto buys in I his home town yearns Lotion to Clear and I[ quinine i for malaria, to which every price of meat to the consumer. 'il"II "

locate pigs: in the neighboring coun know his home town merchants. Whiten Your Skin. I' reputable physician agrees. This 1 is I. ::1 \

ties Have an abundance of Hampshire who succeeds in acquiring the only one. of. the ingredients in the popularmalaria ,

::1b pigs, and will II..I-t any county real philosopher's] stone that has ever Squeeze tho juice of two lemons Into medicine.. Dr. Williams No. A "Swift Dollar" will be mailed ,;
agent in getting the best stock shouldhe I been found
-"I'l'lit--tlll' magic !instru- a bottle containing three ouncesof 101 Tonic which is prescribed by I
purchase In the. county I I ment than transmutes, the dross of orchard white, shako; well, and you quite a number of prominent physicians you on request Address

l -- .1 i future success. have a quarter pint of the best freckle throughout the malarial belt.
CROSBY: LAKE: The home merchant i is the mln'ho and tan lotion and complexion They !say! they get better results fromit

Kites you credit.He's beautifier at very, very sroall coit. with their patients than if they Swift
J Crosby Lake, May 2.1.: -Joe Rauler- I the man who carries an ac- Your grocer has the lemons and any prescribed straight quinine. Dr. Williams & Company ;

J4it f [son was visiting in this section during; count if you are ill or out of work, drug: store or toilet counter will supply No. 101 Tonic not only contains

the week-end. i Iliad asks no\ greater recognition than three ounces of orchard white fora quinine, which kills the malarial germ U. S. Yards Chicago !

Volley :Manning was the guest of t your continued good will. few cents. Massage this sweetly but also iron, which is a splendid tonic :.

P. B. Bryant Tuesday night. How well acquainted are you with fragrant! lotion into the face, neck and increases the appetite. The third

J. L. Underhill and children were this home town merchant arms and hands each day and see how ingredient: I is magnesia, which regulates -

in this section Saturday afternoon.Joe Are you merely a vague face in the freckles and blemishes disappear and the bowels. Dr. Williams No. Jji"

Raulerson Arthur and LouiseMcRae (' passing throng to him how clear, soft and white the skin! becomes 101 Tonic is therefore a well balanced {

and the :Misses' Bryant were Or are you a friend, with a well- I in a little while. Yes! It i b efficient remedy. Try a bottle. Your rtjn . '
R visitors to Miss Green's home Sunday. known name and solid reputation? harmless.-Adv. ((97) druggist can supply you.-5-23-4t. Ad
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FRIDAY. MY 23.: 1II! !). HKADFOUD l'OU TELEGRAPH.; STARKB. FLORIDA PACK KKKM,

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MONl'MTXr: rXVKILl.NC.The
MARKETING: !HOGS istrator of the estate of Roderick Baker lhni l" n-i.It* In or nvnr the, 'limn uf Mma.
t ii MHIlid' or flgn nf lite, although .
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beats bury INK thorn. Steve Hoover rxU.
tlie little Mining uuk' In the r,111I1U1'|> deceased. "i'r tin. u tic n( twuntyon. yolini.
"Poor \V. O. W. monument of tho lataico. Jit. ricasnnt, Ittwii, writes "Com It tin. .
This IK n-fnro tirili'fffd that ..1.1 I nnn-ri'ftidcflt
Crazy"Hobo" ut the n nr of ilio iniln still burned.'Iho 34th day of January 1919. I
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( L. Massey will be unvcilod Sunday menced, .li'fi'tulinu in* find t I. hervbr ....Iuh".d( to appear
.. ihe from. 1Ul.ikteiilng fvctlniK my herd of about 100 ilit \toll,
tnuiip' pulled lump' J. H. KITCH.121Cmo. to > "f complaint tUrd l In nnld cntin onnr
: lioth!: .
afternoon May : 4 o'clock
and \\atUd.. along: the wreckage at hoRS 13. A. Thomas's Hop Powder lufi>t.> Mmtiliiv, (he 2nd day of Juno, ,\. D.
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Crosby cemetery, by All Friends. Admnlstrator. lM"iturvM,., tlMHlliKatlonn\ nt ttn\\ \ bill will
two months :
until from under. a pile of boards: oxer ago. Fifty were IN- ...h'n IIH ...nr..1 by nnfil dt-ftmiliint.
..... .it Ins (Vet be In-Hid a groan.The > camp \V. O. W. :-0. US. The sovercifrns sick and off food.) N'eorby herds ImJcholera. U ,IH ftii-thr ..r..1. thnt thin unlrr bo pub
ure requested to meet nt tho I did not lose Notice 11..1, 1 oiui* n itK'k fur A\ ron.i>cutt\o wnrhtt
they
hobo kb lied the boards and the one--
,11811 at :a o'clock and will leave at ::1 i5i : I ftt I fh*: IttiiHfnpnl I Countv TcIcKmnh.' a tiowtpaiir -
By EDWIN : ;
BAIMBBOoo I1re'ell
ti'i'iin' sounded again.( He leaned over and growing fast. iMiltllnhtil, in nul, cuunty and slat*.
mid ulth u iiueor. Hilly feeling at hi.* i I IwciiKuoss for the cemetery. Visiting camps and Sold by Six months after data hereof! I will TliiM May hi. tl'P">. ,
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tuggt-d InetTectually at the sovereigns are invited to be present J. C. Manning. Stnrke.J. present' my vouchers and final account "U'rk WRRKfl.rirculi: Court. '
nnd take port, L. DouRliiHS Lake RutlerV. to tho )lion. Geo. A. Gardiner II,. R. A, WEEKS.:
crime ri'tiiiilnril! for :';0. itemized pliinkiii);. Ills lingers/ kept letting go I County r '
tr'lloht.'I.. t bound. Shorthanded their hold. und he wit back helplessly, The )public! i" cordially invited to be L. O\crstrect. Lnwtcy. Judgo of Bradford County, Fin., and Wx'niciNa. D""uty c"rk80tiiltor >

nnd ovcrlondod (five la the I \but he knew tliK man underneath wan present on thid occasion. A. D. Andrews, Kniford. lI k for my final discharge: ns admin. for Complalnnnt. A.86toKtint

crew nod olk'lity-ttiree cars), she lind I conscious> now, for the, muttering'! ,* were I J. W. .MORGAN, Clerk. J. V. Jones Hampton.-Adv. istratrix of tha estate of J. E, Barton '
"broken" uudiblo, -,--. -, ,iloceased.This Fill
twice, stupiM-d tot hot box though still Incoherent."Number PI'III.IC.tlO'l/
four times, nnd had been forced to ; h'D. ten . Habitual! Constipation Cured 21th day of January 1019.( 'In ClrriiK rmirt. Stole of Klorlda. Riilhth, tj
double over e\ery hill from Crews to 1 ten ten damn MICKIE SAYS In 14 to 21 Days EVELINA l1AI TON, '".11"1,1, Circuit Umlfunl Cuunly, In Chanriry -

Stockton. ten tin h'uIhe "LAXfOSvllll I'KPSIN": :.; is a spvinllyprep 1-21-finio.. AdministrntlxOltllKK W' C, Pluhor.
Therefore, lit Honton fhe lint! "Inld' man underneath wns Haying as the OJIoNO...,...
out" No. 17, ell t-h"lIn,1 jiudxengori; lit ,{ liobo tugged.: over him. I i HOUIE.R 'ftouf TH\NGS |' 'n li n 'In \r-. |prllll1l'lly|' Inn : FOK 1'1'111 \\TIO-- r PlVhfr. ,
Jefformm .she lind lit'ld uji N". tJ.;i, the The trump tore" a board, free and Tt,1 OOw'-f 60 T Ni6 !BOTTHB ..I S" should IIP t 't i n. til n'', fur I 111"I l 21.1.iiI ,In, Cimni. Courl,, sumuf Klurlilii. RliihthI : I IVfiMlilllllltl ,
ftut fivltflit, of refi'lKtM'nU'il j the uiun below shuddered' I and twisted I III i iiu'iii't'' r. 'in "ii ,nit.in, ,, ll siinuil.iit-, ,mil I MM .ml,, ( 'nviiil.' llrnilriinl.. .."n'f.' In ClmnV jipi'i' 'in' lim liv nlTldiu Appondml to Un-
|I"'rl.hllbh'Hg SAME I LIKE NOU AXL FtNEN \lull' lili.I in Hi.' nlvnviiminl oaiiiu. that
rulohillt to Chlcni;<> ; Ht KVIIIIH she Uud his, head In the ragged hule. I \NOOL.O'ts VMOR.K NOVMHERES ] l\Vi" ,:ill Hi". \ 'f\ l''i', i ,nil (d l.ikiHOC "I" "\ |)i.U, \lliln r I'ulior, the difi ndanl thrrcin. nnniiHl l.
'I'nttltI 1 1-4 n rtNi.>Uni if itu\ > State of Florida and Hhom
: delayed piitsentjt.'r :';0. 15:'\ for hiilf un "Number; ten diunu you," he cuspedhi Ewes BUT nea&, 'N WI-\EN 1 JUT -- i iiirlionnnt,. n r.'tl.l. nl of ,ili,. Slnlo of F'lurlila hut oonfiiilM -
hour ; nt I'.njnsn lrl< she had held l buck pnln from the eight of which hl.slungl OR.OVM JP I'M ooitsio TONEVNSPAPEB. 1-\1\\1"-" --- \ """ p".".. ti.>ni'lf mi thnl t I.rnffoM or miliptmns

l'nll>l""If'r11.; 21 ; mid last nt (.IIvel'l1 were rellexed., OP "MN OWN I', i. n.liinl., i of run Iw""I-.n mil IM ,'rrM'tl f.'".... uiion\ hwr over tlm BWi
aho had, Inld our for nlninct nn hour 'i "Stop tun lell. youdnmn..1.1 I &" I h iiirniriiiu\ hy nltutiivlt npn| i ,i''" '01. ,. In I Inntuni' elllh..1 l cliu.iHint .1-f.,Milniil li,. and in ,lii-rvby miulrvd tn.
he craclt Trllll"co"tllII'1I1111lx"rvs:: ; hobo I he 1 gasped: as the pain \ ni IhiliN lh fi-nilntit thcri'ln niimi'tl.. !I. ,lo tinI.I.ill of I'liiiniliiihl' nii-d In Mid eauif ni'pi'ar! onor
10. enst bound.In !gripped him again, "stop ten-the expresii i i M i'. ..1. nt' of ,tinSlnti> of .Pliirliln.. Hlili' IH.fnio Monday the ,!nd Any nt Jnnu, ,\. D
it In "n ,him in nr ",'lIr flIH Hill utri'i-l. In 1111" nlliiTulHi'' llu. nll-v.-Kliun of
nail) bill will
ten minutes No. ::12<: would train behind .. he ,
us,
cutnI explained
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I i\ .1 Mi\'! tinl <>i>. Slllto 11 Winriilltln, lu> 'inl.i'ii in.. cunfixHiil tiy Rnitl( ..I..fcntlant.JI.l.t .
I ho riili'iiclur li>' Inylng out No; 10 ,,nm'-onp, ycnrNi U lurllirr' anU'ivd 'tlmt thin 1 I onli r tic pub' '
also the twin Trtinsrimtlnt'ntiil rnxh- '' lautein tlre_ . run run 'C.HERi i, ,, 1 1 1 ..,r, "u iMiliri'it, .ihiil. Hiiiil muiiviiliUftttI ,: onri: > avli: : >lt for; noollHrotltiu, i W okS
"I 'un' I. unit In lii'ivl.v ."|1111..1 t to upponri In UK' \HiiiilfiMil. County' 't'.I"Mrlll.h. a nuw.l>ft-
late HI' from hohiiul.I The; Hiding nt The hobo understood! at hist, nndHarrlng < i I i l "r .."'"" |.111 nl Hint In Hiilil cniiap on pit* itiilitlidii'd In Kald county and Mtaton.l
Stockton (wlili'li I Ihe tn'llIhl: hud bi'inallimcil l M n.lin.\ Ilii' Jml lny i-f .lime. A. l I'. '\ . May Ul., "'"'.
tmiik back again unconscious. I,,, ,. ,.,' c u I.,,. nlU'unllitnn of nlil Mil will ->. W I. WEEICM.rltrk .
I fifty mliiult/-) to reach fromL.HMTM Tim !tramp wa.s> running mechanically I < 'I I* .-'''' ', ,.,,1 by Htlilt .,.lllllltlt. CirtMill: Court.Py .
ton mllra back) \\nn still eight I l. i .i ,ill., i imliivil. i hnl I hl. nnlir litP"bI II. A, WREKS.:
automatically, Ht the trainman'sbidding. I , ,", ,,. !I. for IU.rniiiii mllfH nlii-ml nnd 1 forty of the fifty nilii- Krom fur away the whistle t 1':. ."" "..1 rutinty' 'li-uriiph" n iu>WBim- \ /. AOKINS.
lute$ \\i-re J KIUIU.'ilu of :-0. 10 came to him half startled him i 01'''i, h. "I in Miuil, cmmly, nntl Htnlu.I Holli'ilor for r.inirlilin/llll. L2-5t.
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I I'i MII\ 1.1,11'111
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l'r'w. out thlrty-i'luht ----------
hours from, his automatism and< he raced on I W T. WEEK8 I ,
were exliiiustcd' , exasperated humllliBtoil. more cimsolollhly. Ills legs wobbledquoerly , rliTli Circuil, finirl tllI\ III-1 I SI \M-I1 Ml\ I H IV "IM ItSUM -
Thi'.v hail My. It A. WltRKH.I ': ': ,\ K: Tit HI"'t'HUN 2511.1 ...;::0.,101.
freighted
.: too lung as he furred. them and he I I - -, --- -I \l I IVimly ClTk.MKINS. r'\ll"II'" ;
to mlad the more thlrl '-,>lilit Itotirg' hluiiibled I between the tlis, II \ / \ :: NollCf 'it lipri'liv' "I".n( pntituniit 'til ths
sometimes
exlinustlon mid 1 Hxn-inTiitliiu' hut tliU. I I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + s<,ii"."ii .1 for I'.imiilninnnt.\ li-U-61. iilniMiiiiiinil Mfllon Unit .\, (> SlrlfMnnil', on
tln/gerlng: : two or three" steps backwiird + EC; ; .\ I J. NOT I C KSf ; .. ---- -- -_. llu> lHlh! tiny of Mnivli., 1l11I.! ltilt*>n tli| on.
time" tlu> hiiiiilllatlon was overdone, to tn\e hl,. balance !before he lilni'lt liothi* ninli' lilioi,! xiyiant, old. urillhcnliout
Thi-lr lulu-rim's |md hiimllliiteil them + + + + + + + + + + h + + + iiitiu'.it rinc' l'I'nt.l(' I TIottnilii. witli hnrnutnmm
could hinge! nuidly, forward again. In iroult' ( ninl., Rlntc of T'lnrliln' EltfhthImlnhil 'Kit on liinil. II'KH. itnid mutt. ha\lnir. ..ra"
perHnmilly nnd imlulodly, ut tin- larger The second, screbch tl'om0.. 10 Notice Cn-cinl., llrmlfiml Cmmly. In Chan- hair* on. It,fl Hldi. uf .root. of tail and. bplnirinoimf
tounsunil l hy> wire at tho stops' between.Their ii ry ....1..1. nliout tlm none. .Said ..>lntnimult
echoed past him. and us he looked, I I'.MI: 'riioinnN." liai.. ln'i n iuipnni"d puminiit. In Hlii1ut' >
iMjuiiK on the. uthcr I ruins had fearfully, ahead ami did not see theengine Six months nftor dixte hereof I will ('oiniilninnnl. and will |I".1\ ) In. arrnrilanri'. wllli nollen of.til

bumbled> tlU'1U1'1 they slunk Into the ,,; he sin., U-nly recalled I ,! that he proaent my vouchers and final! nccount \. -. 1., .ht'rt'itfli'r. Iti In, adirrthitHl., .
I.fon Thoniiin.lii 1'10.I 'lulti'r lip nnd tli HCI'Iplinn'' IH furnlNhnillv .
8111111o:8! but
: ; what wax entirely Intolerable waa on the. cur\e and spurred on muredesperately 00... to the lion.( G<,o. A. Oardiner, County rtnilimt.tl iiiridiivlu, nf llii' iippiniHi.nt' nnd I .Itiittica., J,
their Inferiors, and I wow, Ihen.r. throwing himself forwardnow iii| |>tiirltiu liy nlTliln" 'll npiiiMuliil, to tliul r i'oppill. iMii-Hiiant. ., .In Htatiitt,
.)' hobos stealing rid,'" on the train .Indite of Bradford County, Fla., nnd l 10111 ,Hint ,in llu1\ nl>ti\u Htnliil i'iiUHt> Hint I H"n.lhl. J.-.lh tiny of April." Illtll,
as he stumbled and, pressing, himself l.iuti. Ilitiiniifi, .tin1 ",.t'n"a'" llu n'In nnineil, I.II lit W. T WICK: : had mocked UII'IO11..1. rubbeil\ It In up 81:11111 I with hili free hinid when n -k for my finnl\ discharge ns! admin- ni.ii-riHulinl tit lluNliil..' nf Klurlilii. nml 0-2-41. Clvrh riivii.l.. ('"orl_

Thirty hobo lind hoarded, the trnln ,lie fell. It WHS 'iiulte two hundred< .

at the hill beyond, Litvern. overborne yards tit the \beginning: of the straight

the weak (crew broken Into It ear offoodstuffs stretch which he must reach to signal IeI@I@I I@L@I@ X@I@I@I@I@I@ I I@K@X @I [2] I@=r

wanted had, and scattered after eutlntf the,, rest wlmt' nlonif they the train. ;
Again No 10 whistled but now the
,the rluht of way)' till It had, ceuied to ,'sound.. InHtpflrl nf (oininir nrniinil tha Ii
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{lamulllI them. crescent ahead seemed to the tramp i
The crew had found It best to sulk to come through the woods at his side

|ITery allently In the caboose at the end and, as be glanced aside. It seemed to
lot the train till the volley of stones
coma directly through the opening Ii
.mashing; through the windows told that where
a path ran through the trees.
|tbe tramps had departed. Then a. Spontaneously facing about to the .direction A MESSAGE ABOUTADVERTISING
lone man, the crew of No 32 sprang forward of the shriek, the tramp raced
[ for revenge.; Into the cut-off.

The objact wan still asl",ep tn the The pound of the train DOW came to
i"empty" at the middle, of the train.
him clearly as he ran ; but the smooth
(The crew had come upon him IIOIOf'Ihoul'a dirt of the path spread bwforv him.

before ; but that was before they, Yet he limited over It with high strained

[had learned' the l'E'r8olllLllvllnlllll'' >8 strides, and, still feeling for the

lot eiiforciriK the. rule to eject trumps, treacherous ties when they were no

|'Ond before they had laid out the Hint", longer there to trip him he Kllpped< atfirst.
'two inisHi-iikTiT trains and, the Trimscont Hut his stride soon ndnpted Itself
Infill"si., anil, rerelved, the telegrnihlc und, he reeled on to beat the trnln,

] comments thereon.llarrlnK To bent the train The exhauwt", of
kicked! the object to con- the Trniiscontliientnrs'
I great: engine: already
iBrbnikiies.shlle Kiilvcrt and I'endcr, hissed thruiigh the trees" about
ionu un em'h aide pickeil, him ni>. One him yet ho had to h'al: the train. He I FROM THE

,lOf tlie others opeucilvl,ler the hlle ,door had! to beat It, but be ( mild 1 heur It I

"( MHll.nriiiK. i-oiiinrkeil.. with an'other seemed nothing. lie <,onld feel I the U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 1
kirk 'n>. Kalvert: and IfendurBVMIIIC
1'lIln of hlx muscles and the bent of hisfiet
the bubo 1 hetneeci them. upon tilt- path' but 01>mimred! with I t
"Tun." ll.imnu .lilekod nxiiln. No; the tremendous. rush of the train hodeemed

|B2. tn n lust s|>urt to reiu-h the Mdlngbefon held by 1\ weight.la : .

:Nn; in i-mild, overtake It, put unnpeed the opening' aboiid l he RIIW the" I
YOU then advertise
mid jumped, ahem d. but the mmln track where It crossed! his little p'lth.nnd :\ I IF are not advertising, because

Hie, i ur did not hood It, he had to bent the trnln to Hint'

"Thl'p,. :"' The hobo. lit the toiii'h ofillim U'ul'kIIIII I : ', thinking: only tn win i J1 it saves for and it reduces
money you
lux's foot, SIMIIIK free from thoIinmls the. race, and" to lighten: himself he
\ on iMiber hide and' ,I"ve out hurled. the slgnnl: 1 liintorn" 1'nnii' him I
IthioiiKh: , I lh" ,dour, In n Ion' parabola. Ajhoul' und seemed to gain a little. l I the price to the customer. (

I nnd for un Instnnt a ,K'niy gupnppenreil The truck showed' plainly'! hi-fore him. I

In Iho llxini 1..11"e beside the almost nt his feet so I'llIlnlIhllt he 0

,itrack. knew the. headlight; of the "; '

"Ilff'H. hit the rund" muttered. llarrlnK. nlmost o\er the !' Advertising profiteering.
"\Vhnt do you wnnt to hurt uiniiui crossed", It. To bent the train prevents :

for" He bluined, It upon' !the, beat the train. lie ,didn't, Knou where, I

1 othersliy conldn't! you lot him KO his strength came from or ( hut It came profits and makes them permanent.
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into I the bush. ut all Illl It stiffened his legs and, I

Kalvert spat upon the Hour but steadied him. He \111>1t'n feet frmii ,
,turned. hU fnce away from the lantern. the track but the train was alumst asneiir @
"We're hlltlnif! It he observedicarelessly. \
up the crossing.
"The The of the U. S. of Labor
diwnned hobo. To beat It now-to win ut the finish\ message Department

Kender Krunteil Rrutlly. The white glare of the hendllght, smote
The hobo drew himself up on his his but he shut them nnd threw
eyes to merchants and manufacturers and all
,hand$. lie l fwlt stunned, and dendened himself. forward Mindly, with his arms !I to progressive
kill over find wns conscious more of a thrown out.

[battered l dullness" than of pain. He had( It was the end of the race, and American business men is to advertise.

n numbed understanding that he must wildly nutdly now the engine the big
[have been quite uenseless after he pounding engine! beaten !by the little

truck-not for very long, but for 'a man-roared to try to frighten him

(few moments anyway. away and, win after all ; but the little
Yet aa he dragged himself round man wouldn't, he frightened or cheated. Tell the public about your goods. The consumer

tand sat up, ha saw that he could scarcely With the blind reckless bur t of his

bar lost consciousness. They had triumph, he gathered, himself hurtled l has plenty of He is willing to spend it
money.
[thrown him off half-way around a forward-and, beat the train to thetrack. i
curve, and the red light of the caboose' .

!kvas the" crescent.still visible at the farther horn of "The crazy, flnmnert hobo" the engineer : and we want him to spend it on American-made

of No. 10 sputtered! to the group!
lie gnzed at It stupidly and nibbedils which gathered about the pilot.. "Sui The easiest and
products.
quickest most
with his swollen knuckles eco
eye but cide ; snlclile that's what It U.! Jumped ,
'18111I the red Unlit persisted there and,
right out of the bushes there und
It came to him slowly that the train threw himself under the wheels. Heard 8 nomical way in which this can be accomplished

|mu8t have st" ppd. me whistle, didn't you? Hut he was r

The woxon road the tramp had been! bound to kill hJm plt.

'[thrown upon mltfht lead to n town but "Thought he might be crazy and I is by advertising.

'he couldn't tell how far off. It might gave; her sand und reversed her ; but m

|Ibe. or In which direction.\ Tlie train he was tinder the wheels as !soon .as

[was there, and now that he uns hurt I saw him. Suicide ; suicide ,

,the hobo thought he might get the crew love right; under the wheels Start
ito let him ride to the next station ; If and Ml get raked for killing him I your campaign right

:not he! might hide himself somehow.He Killing hIm Lord I" ,

was wondering only whether he A man Render- Mood-! .pattered now."J

,icould cntch them In time to iisk them and winded burst through the group r
''to let him on again ; and If they and clung panting to the engineer. I
'wouldn't he was planning where he "Thank Ood y* IttOppl'<1. Thirty-two's

might hide from them. oil over the track 'round the curve and (, U 5. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 'f ij

Then he! saw that vomethlnu ,IIH . what rtorped' !< yet Han over '

tht matter" with the train Tlie rarv man? I.ord> It's the crazy
r
no' ttralght on the hut off 'bout here. .
were track hobo we swung/ :
!were lying I.TO.S It In every ,direction.! Lucky f'r you he! cot nn the right o' W. B. WILSON, Secretary. ROGER W. BABSON, Director-General, Information & Education Service .

The roof- '1\1111' slid down and tho side. way nnd fr us. too-the poor, r .
bulged, ,out Hirf board nnd barrelt. crnzy hobo : \

'and boxes w-re thrown nbnut nnd n> I'.ut the englnper of :-0. 10 was kneel

far as the, trarup could see through the Inu snd fingering( gently the rough/: r:
darkness the wavy line of cars ilg- cloth of the sleeve of the man lying .iI0EC@XeI@X

{caggad crazlly over both sides of the under the pilot. "

track. Some were rolled over on tb.lr : "('onr. ornry h<>bo," he murmured ,( ,
eJ >>I0I X XeX L r0T
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181 d... I I: very softly, "1>001', crnzy hobo.









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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNT TELrfiRAPH. STARKE FLORID FRIDAY. MAY 23, 1919.

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Five Mile Monday. ; i -, I CAIU OF 'Fl1ANKS--:" :
through toe and even before the 1 trial he hat 1

:Mr. Gillespit called on Richard Intimated to his assistant that t

..::::))C- WI Rei: ,ves :Monday I How Long Is clink,, ofT Lester's. talk would be a d') We desire to express our (Ihnnlti

i News reached us Saturday of tlu "tided, II cVII II la/e. and Krutitudo to all who so kindly

: ,death) of :Mrs' Donnie Crawford. We ; Five Minutes? A hurried consultation) was held! i c-isistctl us during the illness and

(:OuntYv/s I tem tend our sympathy to the bereaved. the four railroad, IIl\v;',>r". and ns loath of our little daughter, III"' ., and

I ones, especially to her aged father !It.I :. result the \Ve-tvalla representath vho rendered such timely service. in

--. --------. -- -- I L. Davis, and sister. Mrs Bessie Rob stated that five minutes wus milflclei he hours of bereavement.

'rts. "The Lord givcth and the Lord I Br BEN WINSLOW "I am Rlltl..tI11llb. that also," WH :Mr. and :Mrs. Steve Denmark, Jr..aitoJ'I .
4 Interesting Facts Gathered Durini the Week by Our
1 .' Flu.
.ukcth away. I Lester, lushing the remaining hop ,

Regular Correspondents. 1 :Mr and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson were of the thirty-eight petitioners. Tin1. .----

I guests of :Mr. and :Mrs Math Roberts I (Copyright) had counted not a little< on Lester's 110'OLT EXPECT TO BUILD A

- t Sunday. Every house In the little town of Ar- argument to the Jury and. they knew SILO?

deola had been wiped, out by a "great that It took him more than five minutes
MCAIIAM; :Mr and Mrs. Autumn Youngblood, RAIFORIJ conflagration." That a village so Inalgnlllcnnt to get warmed up. Intension: :Specialist; Can"Hi"t \'ou
(of Waldo). attend-1 "h'ar h .ic-o :Saturday :':
could! be visited by a catastrophe Mr. Stansbury was selected by the
Graham, :May :s-It: W. Surremy and Sunday. There} i in no further question In the
Raiford, :May 23.-:Miss Gompers, of !sufficient magnitude to warrant railroad attorneys to do their talking,
made n business trip to Starke Mon Mr arid :Mrs. K.: T. -t.\vuit and little of Lady Lake, is the guest! of :Miss an !application of the word "('on. and he devoted., his five minutes to minds l of our best stockmen ns. to tho

day.Jus. son, Paul, of ISr.xik.'r, attended Helen Xauright this week flagration"/ may seem paradoxical) but, driving home the fact that I the draw need of supplying cattle with succulent -

1 Reynolds was in :.Starke Monday : church here Sunday.Mrs. : In view of the fact that every splinterof had been open only five minutes, and
:Miss Dora Johnson was a visitor to feeds during the winter month
on businesK.. : : D. J. Byrd and daughter! :Mabel 1\lac..renny last week. While there she Its thirty-nine buildings was consumed that five minutes was too short n time

Alvin :McKinney) of Louise., way sprat Sunday at Worthinf toll'I was the guest of Rev and Mrs. G. E. I In the blaze, no other word for the fire to gain enough: headway to The luck of feed has been. a !great ,f

t here on business ;Monday. springs with her brother, H. B. War Summers. would lit.Therefore. be beyond, the control of the Ore de drawback to the development of our

rc-n the newspapers! of Westvallu partment.Therefore. futile industry. Tho silo Is ono of
Allan Kuirency' of Cullahun, is. here Brady Rosier motored to Lake
; visit m t. his I brother, U. W. Surrcncy, III I'. Supp, of Law-ley, was: a businesMSI I, ler :Monday evening. chronicled) the lire that wiped I the toial destruction of the best ways of storing largo quantities -
r Bllt-I' out Its little neighbor; across the riveras the town nuiht l Imve been d duo to oth..rI'IIUq"1I
for u few days.Mr. I or here Sunday. of succulent feeds. for
A born to :Mr. un.111'1': futureuse.
son was /1 great conflagration. with i vvhlrli the 1'11111'00,1 I 1 eompnn.v -
and Mrs. J. I'. Roberts are tho :Mrs Jessie( Jones! and niece, Miss' I .
in Starko Sut'inlay I D. Kelly last week. The facto, although given !In painful had nn connection.! Though short The difficulties of making hay
proud parents of u line boy, arrivingSunday Florence Walker, were
night, May llth.I on business. 1 The stork visited :Mat and :Mrs Joe detail !In the columns of the press! the It was a splendid.) iirKununt. delivered between July 1 and September 1 have

l and them day after the lire, were brought out In Stain a bi1. r3.'s most cmi lit l raria manner
C. 1 I., White,, of JainoHViIle; was n hero Meal Dyul. of Ilrnoker. was a pleasant Korsyth Saturday presented Ii Iil come up to almost every farmci, and
i ''with a fine boy. more entertainingly during the legnlpr'oceelings and It carried' '' conviction to the
the visitor here Sunday.
Tuesday representing company.V. because of this being u rainy seasonin
minds' of he
/ that followed several i Jury.
) A. Norris! of Gainesville, was }Ucrryan: D.\al and wife attended Mrs. Frank I Howe. and children :Ma'rie .
''i months Int, ,. While the railroad. luwjers. were con- Florida, it is often difficult to store
ht Tuesday. on business church here Sunday and Willie, of Macclenny, were
M. II. I lIaxl ley, of (iainesvillii, was Mr Lewis and Misses\ Vinnie Lane,, guests of !Mr. and, :Mrs. I E.;; I D. Futt-h I The, )people of the Into Ardeola, !frriitiilntlng their "orntor the eyes of the .Iky crops unless they aro stored in
( blamed! the Osnue) : Valley railroad for petitioners! were on \Lester. It was hIs a silt
here Tuesday representing the F.1. Mabil Byrd, Mrs. Rosa Jones" wciobusiness i Thursday.Miss .
( the calamity nnd) Ih"y,1'1' so (Irmlyconvinced turn to talk Stnnsbu'y's:: '! masterful 'Ihe! cost of silo building material
i Smith (%.>., of ..lackHonvillu.S. visitors to Iljrnpton Satur : Loco Anderson IIn,1Irs.: J. R.
r I / that the soulless. corporation argument would I he picked( to piecesand curd.] labor must be considered in the
1 I. I'etkins of Jimgvillc, was Ini day. j ;\Ienitt visited the hitter's parents at ,
was the cause of their loss' that his laurels dragged/ In the. dust erection of silos this .
i town on business Tuesday.Mis . (fouilf..r.1Ve..kll; made, a business! Long Budge Saturday. and Sunday. year Formerly
thlrtv-elchf of them. )brought/ suit Lester! rose from Ills sent" and l with the cost of u wooden silo from
\Vm. Sparks and family were tun to lltiinptoii Saturday.Willie . :Miss Helen N'uunght and guest the was $2
attended churchhere against/ the railroad.' The one exhume customary "If the court please. to $;:1 i per ton; the cost of u concrete
here Youngblood
Tuesday.Mrs. in
( I Miss Gompers, were shopping "
owner who did not seek redressat and "gentlemen of the Jury he addressed silo from
was $::1 to $1.50 ton
: Jesse Jones and niece, Florence Sundav.. Jacksonville Monday. per ;
the hands of the court!. was John them from his place at the and the
cost of other .silos would
Walker' made a business trip to Hev. W. T. :McCiuire, of Pulutka :Mrs. Elvira Merritt, of Jacksonville Lester although/ his home was among/ table. varyaccording

Stni'ke Tuesday, filled his legulur appointment hero I was the guest of her par'ntll11': and the first. to /go. i "My friend. of the other side, with The to location.
Extension Division
Quite a number enjoyed, a thicken Saturday and, Sunday. :Mrs. Warren Johns! last week. Lester was a lawyer and had been eloquence) that would move an Image of the University

pilau on Hampton lake Tuesday even :Messrs.! J. V. Jones Luician Johns, Lem Rhoden was a business visitorto referred to by the press on several of stone, has convinced you that the will have a specialist who willwoik

ing. ThoHc-p" resent were Misses! Onie of Hampton attendcid church here I Jacksonville Monday. occasions! a* "promising." The other draw of their bridge was open only farmers with in the county agents and
the construction of
and ISunic Graves! Fame Sloan Beatrice Sunday evening.. I Rev. E. C. Wells, of Callahan, was thirty-eight losers! Intrusted their case five minutes, and that la that short silos

Abernathy, Florence Walker Mabel Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of in town Sunday and Monday.Mrs. to him, and In order that he might ,' time the fire could not have gained during the months of May and June.

McKinney Mrs Winll Jones, Mrs Louise, attended church here Sunday James Dowling and little son, go Into the battle as the )legal representative sufficient headway to be beyond the Jt will not be possible for the specialist -

Myrtice McKinney and Mrs. O. J, night. Cecil to Starke af to superintend the constructionof
motored Saturday of the people with no Interests control of the tire department whenIt
Abernathy Messrs. Jessie and Marvin :Mr. and :Mrs.' Old Sparman were ternoon. other than those assumed In that finally reached the scene. Will all silos but he will visit the farms

Odgen, Willie Price, Williard Smith, hero Sunday. :Mrs. Joe Dowling was visiting in capacity ha entered no claim against i one of you gentlemen kindly take and assist in planning of the same,

Willie Muines, Will Jones, Oliver Mc- Chesley Fogg made a business trip the Lawtey section Saturday ana the railroad. out his watch?" giving information in regard to size,

Ii Kinney, O. J. Abernathy and others. I to Gainesville Saturday. Sunday. It was a very generous act Indeed i The Juror on the left end of the first capacity, cost. etc. Those who expect -

'v e54 All report a nice: time. Frank Beville arrived home Fridaymorning 13. I. Taylor, of Jacksonville, was a considering that the people he repro- I row produced, a large silver time. to build silos should communicate -

Mr. Chesley ,Kogg made u business 1 after being abroad several visitor here Sunday. vented, having lost their all could, pay | piece. at once with either the county

I trip to Gainesville Tuesday. months" us a member of Uncle Sam's Quite a number of the Raiford boys no retainer; In fact, the amount he "Now," continued Lester, "will you agent. or the Director of Extension,

O. J, Abernathy and. sister, Beatrice, 1 righting fore_'. lie has had some rather who have been in service for Uncle could recover If any at all, being en- '! kindly call time when my five minutes Gainesville; so that no time will be

j;!1"' was in Starke Wednesday. on business. hard experiences, being gassed at I Sam overseas! returned home last tlrely problematical no promises! of la up." lost and the greatest amount of helpcan

,Mr. and Mrs 15. Dyal) of Sampson, one time. He has a number of relatives I week. Among the number were Messrs compensation were given I,i lie parted the tails of his Prince be given in the limited time that

attended prayer meeting here Wednesday and lends i who aro delighted to | Joe Taylor Edd: Dyal Nelvio That It was to he bitter fight was Albert and Hut down this service will be available.

evening. see him. Johns, Ben Altmun Henry Whitehead evident, The rnllroiid, company, notsatisfied The petitioners were panlc-Htrlcken. There is still ample time to plant

Miss Effie Sloanp entertained a :Mr and Mrs Truman D'alIr.! and Lem Rhodcn. to let Its legal;: representative Was the man mad He was wasting silo crops Sorghum and other summer

number' of her fr l'ndHV..dn"IIIIIY, eve. and, ;?Mis) Robert Groover attended the I Dr. and :Mrs. W. W. Farnell, of New at Westvnlln defend It Rent down 1 valuable time Why didn't. he pitch crops may be planted as late in

fling with n party at the home of Mr. picnic at Hampton lake Saturday afternoon Smyrna arc the /guests of Mrs Far- three of the clilnliuc lights/ of the law Into Sinnsbury'g. argument/ and, tear July 15 and in Home parts of the

and Mrs Will Slnane All report a nell's mother Mrs. :Morrcll, this: week. department to assist. him. They were it Into shreds ns he did the arguments state even later. Many of these crops
--.__.-.-_._- .. the In the debate last y"r7 Why didn't, will produce from between 10 to 20
jolly good time --- --- ---- -- on ground tilt second 1 day after i

It. C. Ilutc'hinson, of Starke, was nvK: ;MILI:: 1.\TRY: the thirty-eight petitions were filed, 1 he say something? lint Lester settledI tons per acre, so the farmer needing

hero on business Thursday.. whipping their ease Into shape' for I himself comfortably In his chair closed 100 tons of !allure can plant from five

J. C. I'ickron, of Gainesville. was "'Ivelile.: :May 2):).-A merry crowdof A rather sad death occurred in West trial. his eyes and Idly twirled his thumbs. to ten acres after the truck or spring .I

here Tuesday, representing: the Acdy. pleasuie IICI'kel'sCIIUwred at the luwtey during the early hours of The thirty-eight petitions were Iden-,' The Juror holding tile watch lows crop, and thereby provide ample feed,

linn Light Plant. ''Dekle mill with luncheon pails and :Monday morning. Mrj. Mary Rebecca ties!, with the exception of the nnme eyed his hand to rest In on his knee which is necessary between Novemberand

R Hoy Roberts, of Water Oak, was! I( fishing: tackle The sign not being Aspergren, wh had been :ill for sometime of the petitioner, and they set forth and the court crossed and, recroxsed April in practically all sectionsof

ti t here Wednesday on business. right but few fish\ were caught but us was found dead 'il\ be ], she having that the Osage Valley railroad owned I Its' legs. The railroad lawyers were the state. .

Mr. Ted Italligan, of Sturke, spent the noon hour approached all gathered passed I away in tho right. The Ii bridge extending across the Grand nettled. They scented danger and put Plans and specifications will be furnished

port of last week hero on business under the old mill shed where dinner couple had been living for several river from Wentvalla to Ardeola the I I their heads together for a whispered on request. The Extension

K Mrs Koy ICohcits and little son, was spread In true picnic style. After years on a place near Torode's farm said bridge being! a drawbridge, and consultation. Division: would also like to know of
dinner P 1'. Dekle assisted by Mes- the said draw' being operated and i The other Jurors craned their necks forms that may be available for build-
Roy Jr., Wateroak, is here visiting and beyond l the fact that he is a Swede, controlled I .
lelutives for a a few days! dom es Rimes Ball, Strickland and, anti, that his wife was born in Alabaman by emploje, of the said railrond ,I to see the wat<'h. The Juror holding III'on..rt.t, ailos. During the past
.. Shaw fin'lushed music which I I'ompnny. It looked. It !In the face with a puzzled year there has been some difficulty ingetting
Mr. and Mrs Lacy Reynolds.. and us some very little is known about them.
M t On the dny of the fire In flirt I expression on his own ; then h" put It forms, and ns there are peopla
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little son. George; of New Kiver, was wu"C1'l'IIt1y enjoyed.Those The deceased 1 was buried in the Law at
:Mr. and Mrs. T. practically the Ins'nut the fire to his ear to see If It was running. who will pay a fair rent for the use
here Wednesday. on t business.Mr. ,, present were tey cemetery Monday, the servicexbem started
Trumic -the drnw of he I bridge, , The Judge uncrossed. his legs anti, 'd, furors it is desirable to know who
J.'IK I Itcynolds: (, made a business II. Rimes, Misses Johnie and, conducted by Rev. Alfred Even- having
Htlll'ke' .. been opened by employees of the nill- tilted buck In his" r ihulr and Lester halt them either for sale or for nut.. .
t trip to Thursday. (Rimes, of '\Worthington: < .clamei! Joe den of the :Methodist church Ivindfu.'iuh

Miss r'lora (''lower, of Staike, our and Benjamin: Shaw, of Alachua. Mattie : and neiglibms did all they rood company to allow the passage of continued to twirl 1 his thumbs.I In describing them it I is impoitiuit to

home. demonsration! agent, was heie I i Itiellmg, of (Columbia A. ('. StritkInnd (I'. ild. to help the couple, in th".r: d-s: a fn::liont also owned by the mild compnn I The silence" beiniue oppressive.' All state' the size of the silo thev weronilt "

1'riday, afternoon and made n ,d I 'mcnstration and ( :i. W. Ball of Lake Butler ticrs. \*. became. closed: ,I. anil bv reasonof eyes except Letter's" and. the timing to construct.. .. ..

f at the home of Mrs. A, Lune. I' 1 1'. Dekle and family.At Iev.lfl',1: Evender.: : was! i-v'uk) the sold Inciting of the said. draw i i Juror's were fixed on the big clock o.rIh -- -

We to have a late hour the guests. departed the Hre-llitlitlnir apparatus fromVe! ,,tVHlla (' bench. Surely the Jurot's is-mi felt
are glad her come out for -onvillo Tuesday for uoatinpiu by his MICKIE SAYS
, must have stopped.. He examined: the
we learn something new which I is of promising each' other to meet again i,''i,:> sicuin and wa bl.ped::, to nr'i'n:: was delayed In reaching' the '

BO much interest to us. Hope tlie, demonstration soon, probably Aug. 1 17th, which dateis act, until Vi Im sihi.. for 'uitlerlieiitment. scene of the (tire the brldire. being" the secondhand.i do-'ly to sntHfy himselfthat r HEl.P01'\ 1"\o\IS HERE\
only I meiins of communication t l between It was turning. It was moving,
i club will come forth and rust a family anniversary.Ihirn t SACK OPPEN N\" BEFORE:! *
the two towns and) furthermore" that hut so slowl.t that he thought the
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make this club a great success fo" to Mr and Mrs Itln-tt Drawdy The Saxton people are hereby' notified GROAICI AN' 6'f t-IEKt t aT

there is something good in it for us May I Uth.:! a daughterMrs. that there will be a special! gospelsi'ivue ; by reason of the .tlwve-mentlnned de- ''1 watch must be running down. THE NEX-T( GUY vAJOTxo WAN1'S
Inv the fire gained steh,. headway. thnt He wound, It Industriously, and the
all : U. L. Duke was theCu..st of Sunday afternoon at 10::! ( new TCAOE pofA'CoE3ER::
the ..t\'nlill fire department! was un- noise, inapnlfltnl b.v the I deep silence
Mr. Underbill of Starke, made a her daughter, Sirs Lena Drawdy on time) in the Saxton :Methodist church ANVTHIN' ELSE ON His
iiMe to cheek It. I I rexembled' the clattering
of the
room
business! trip here Thursday., Wednesday and Thursday ,of last week and Rev Alfred Evenden will preach. I'1 SUeSc.QIP't'lON I S OOiM' TO
It was the facts set forth In ratchet Klneklng-olT wlndlnsw.' The
on a
J. II. Mills, of Staike': was here Mrs. I' P. fickle visited Mrs It. L. Everybody: invited to the servite.Mrs. upon 01'1' BAND Wt/ -f t -fHe.:
petitions. Hint t the homeless In hn hi. j .spectators begun to get fidgety, ) piercing
i j
Wednesday. on business Duke Friday.Mrs. : C. Y. Mayo, who with her little MALLEc.'fAft \"f FROM
tents of Ar,te'olu hoped to recover.The . the t-llence with heavy sighs, nerv.
Dr. W. K. Midilleton< of Jacksonville Lillian I Dekle) and sons, Oven daughter, have been visiting her I' %'1h -1.
first move of the railroad's nttor- | ous coughs: and much nose-blowing.
was" here on busiriesn! Friday. il'ke and Julian, were shopping in !,nt''llIK.11': and Mrs. J. 11. :Moore, of floss was to secure n eonsolldntlon of ,! riimlly the Juror called "time," and,

The W. C met here Friday, on there Worthington Saturday lust: Lawtey left for her home in the petitions, agreeing to pny full damages i j i the court led. a concert of sighs. like 1
regular meeting day. They hll,11I good Mi. and Mrs H. K.: Parrish, Messrs\ Alabama Monday.The .
In each Individual case If !hey I I escaping steuiu. Lester came to hi*
mooting and wo are glad to we tli ::41I111'il.ty Math\ Robert: and<1 T 1. Pukes were Ladies Aid, of the :Methodist lost. the ease (Hint went to tiliil. I IWhen I feet.
growing. guests of Mr I and l ;Mrs, )P, P. 1 Dekle I
church met at the home of :Mrs. Gee I "
to Lcstei. ntrieed 1 to that proposition "Now pentlenO n, he remarked dryly
tt J. H. Seville made u li'miiuss' trip Sunday.Messrs+ licuvi'is jesterduy.'Ihe the petltliuieis' became I 1 "3'01 know how long the r1,Io'nlwile
K to 1 Lou iso Friday. ,1. K and .\. 1 H fickle Miss' South :M. I E.: Sunday school held uneasy
lent I they, had miide a mistake In Intrusting open. It Is for you to decide whetheror /JJJ
Mrs. Sam 1'onds: and. "' "n. of Montn- (Gertrude Parrish were guests of :\Iar. their annual picnic at Kill sley lakeyesterday. their cases .in the not live minutes was Ions enough
young man
ocha, were business visitors here Fri (ons and Norm Dekle Sunday.Mr. .
and when bi called for the lire to get beyond control.
only two witnesses
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1. day and !Mrs. II J I. Thomas held a -- -
--one 1 plaintiff to establish the In considerably less than another
I; Mrs.! Ilindo: Maines 01* Louise, attended family reunion Sunday Those present BOY stoi'TIIK: : JUNI:" 1: 8-1 11 I. fact that the tire bad occurred, and five minutes the Jury was In with a i

.I the W. O t here Friday.Mrs. : r were I D.) J. O, (Gicen; and family, :N.\MID" :: mi'nisim.vr:;; ::" 1111.y Ol'rr.ulrnt :\" the ,driver of the fir, engine' to verdict for the, pla'nfliT.': awarding every
George: Stone is vu-tmir her Alfred Thomas anil family, of Brook- prove
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that the open ,draw had epuseil, considerable .dollar demandnd. Thus was silence i
daughter, Mrs. Walker at IlistiiiR.s i Tnmmio Thomas. and family of Munich Wilson in a proclamation! 'Iny-nnll I then rested his golden.\

this week. Richard Holder and family, :Mrs. recommended, that the period beginning case, n majority. of them were quiteMitre

Mrs.' Rule Johns and brother, Utncewero : Sarah Sauccrman, of Palatku. June 8 to June 14, be observed, that they hud nude
mistake.The .
a of Household Wordi.
business visitors! her-" 1t'ednest' Misses Delle and Mae Duke, :Mesilames over the country us Boy Scout week railroad Origin i

f day.Mrs. Duke, Drawdy and Hodgerswere for thep urpose of strengthen!' he off their feet by attorneys lister's were procedure taken, Anyone interested In the history of d Jtt,

O. W. Mames ami grandson appreciated callers at the homo work of tho UojS couts of America. They expected. to see the entire dress might find, amusement for many ,tN!

\\'illiellIint'K.: of Louise, went here of 111'11.Uwtt/ Drawdy Sntur"IIY.i The president urged that in everycommunity of each of the th'rty.t'l' ht membership film.Hies . nn Idle hour slaply In srirchlng\ out

Friday on business.! i i : :\1.lrthl'lIrl'i"h\ : is very ill at a citizens' ,committee be on the stand ; but they recovered the meanings of many of tho words
:Miss \Itcntrico! the home of her son, Willie Parrish. used) by dressmakers and haberdashers.
'. Abernatluleft J I organi/.ed to co-operate in currying Illicitly and l begun! 1'11111111'ltnp c"...
Thursday for Jacksonville Her friends she will Take the simple word corset. You a
where .l.o i many hope !soon nut a program, for "for extending the The only point they made was that
I will find, that It Is a diminutive" of"corset"
will visit relatives h* restored to health.
and friend for u Buy Scout to a larger .
program pro- the trnW"M open' only five minutes.
raw days. :Mrs Clara Walker or body-a word! which "e _
end daughter. portion of American boyhood. The operator of the draw testified .uwesa
I J. V. Jones. of Hampton I. was hero, Mandy were week-end. guests of :Mrs I positively as to the time and, he ,,'a'lr..llnw,1 still have In corpse and. corps. And It
II used In the l, do ------- --'-
Friday on business. Mollic\ \Parrish. win early plural as we
,t H 1'I I I IIDfJ3aCiQOlmCitLflallDmlllmflt7flflmCtSCJflt7rI ) by the bridge flagman with now first to Indicate. an entire garment Notice of First :Meeting of CreditorsIn
U Roy flirt of Louise, was hero :Sit: Gainoy is shipping beans. I I
testimony eijunlly positive. They both
LONVNEY'S: rULtrjvSFRESH
ft
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urday on business. Mr: and :Mrs.' Miles Kelly anti :Mrs.G. and then merely the stay portion
I .
stilted that they I'xed! the time thealrrivnl
by the District Court of the United
I CANDIFIS: [ of such a garment. Similarly "bodice
( !
Avery Dyal and s'ster! Huhy and| Dupree wore guests of relatives and departure of States for
the Southern
passengertrain
niece, 1..tt'IIVII.Ii.I.: rode our .section Sunday I which has! recently neen revived as a District of
a businesstrip I Come To No. P5.'I'het : Florida. In bankruptcy.
l j to Gainesville Snunlay. :Messrs.. Russell and Joel. Parrish I substitute for the overworked "waist"1s
testlnVd that .
'the train cameInto In the matter of J. O. "Fralick
I John .F.ddv: of Louist. WI s here Saturday spent Sunday in HrookerMi ;I s's'V.. A. DESSENT the lirdlji. block at the XVes-vnlla. merely a plural for body: the term trading
as Starke Hardware Co. of
P business and originally being, "u pair' of bodies. Starke
Mrs Ram
on Parrish passed 1
H .
end at eight-twenty five and crossed
n0t4OSCttCtftcJC,1C1t9tnClrtr'a'ft'tt7ftnru" ( :: n Fla., In the county of Bradford, dis-
the bridge. at eight'thirty and the engineer tru-t aforesaid bankrupt.

-ii : ... --.- -. __ ___n ,_ __ fireman' conductor and, brakeman Ben Franklin's Advice. Notre is hereby given that on May
: "If would be wealthy, think of
on No. corroborated their tes you U. IfH9.! the said debtor was duly adjudged -
timony.The saving as! well ai getting. Let us then
;! bankrupt and that the first
petitioners were disappointed In be up and doing and doing to the pur
meeting of his creditors will be heldin
i'ii FISHING TACKLED: the ,cross-elimination conducted by pose. Qne today I It worth two tomor- the office of the Referee Law Ex-
Lester.. The. only questions. he asked rows. Never" leave that till tomorrow
change BIdg. in the
: city of Jacksonville -
establish which do We
tended! to more firmly the you can today. may
We have a large and well assorted stockof lures.Jlines: rods, reels and other equipment. fact that the .draw was open only fire make these times even better If we Duval county, Fla., on May 30.
1919 at 10 o'clock
a. at which time
m.,
1 Newstocks arriving every week. S3 % :J { I : "t, minute"How much time do you desire for wish bestir and ourselves.he that Industry lives upon need hope not .said creditors: may attend prove their

I argument Inquired the court. will die fasting"-Benjamin franklin. claims appoint a trustee', examine a
y., Its always a pleasure to have you comejin andjook itover. ;; "T am satisfied with what time theother bankrupt, and transact such other

": I business as may properly come before
Ride desires replied Lester.
The Race's Need. I
LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. The railroad, company's! Westvalln said meeting
QUIGLEY
Take the human
representative thought he saw an opportunity chief need Is not more race land as a whole but more I its i I Jacksonville, Fla., May 17. 1919.

to gain /In advantage. He 1; CHAS. S. ADAMS,
sense, more Industry and
I
a more Intelligent
knew lAsler's tblllty a* a court crat Referee in Bankruptcy.
..r.ar'f use of what It has slreadj/ --
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