Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 30, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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 30. 1919. NUMBER 48.


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S.L'flOXlmY: FUN ':HI.t . . . . . .' I ;;' .f' i .t'4't' t oi> ; ;, : - f.I r-:: -I HE-) -:.Mil 1-I I OF -tl-RS. DUEttl.: ---i.V' .\ Ii".-" .I

FALLS: MIOItr OF
( .\ 1RIBFTE TO SENATOR( I I. MIDIIION) BOM (OF $110) ' At tho family home mi i'all street! "

Four Districts of eCounty Have Made .. \'iJnW: : 'Y l.t Olt MM.IHEICs .\M I) S VII I tKS ol> \\us gathered) on Monday afternoon

Full Subscriptions I'i.' B. H. S. CLOSED TUESDAY EVENING -- .,. one-of the saddest iihitcmhlios that has

In the legislative proceedings, Sf WII"huIg'lun.lulo') ; :JO!i),-Senator ho.',n in this city for )" '111'''. The oc- I

The campaign for the Salvation polled by' Senator Lincoln lIul- S5 I I Patk: Tiammoll I today, mini ciisiun was. tho burial of :Mrs.\ Drew

Army fund, ha* not been, altogether < Ic)'. Piesiclent of Stetson University --' .iu..t'tl in the Senate II bill proviel- *> \v. Alvaiev' a friend in rolnlivo otIIt'uI'h' .
Tho l : I I'. .. I lu elocution
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for the Volusia Revt' >an ( i n : im\ l .
successful ill Bradford county, but County 1IIgf..I' I the payment e>f an addi< all t the citizens of Slink and
<*> I."iiI flI('((1,','niont I I 1 ..1I i ..t i'i if I pusiiiii: si'hool-(Cleo .
this does not apply| to the entire county ord, he paid the following; tribute t tonal bonus of $1 1 10,00) to ,'I1IIl'I"- (hi-I s.-.tmn I lit I Bindfoiel I ) . (."'lItty.Thuug'h .
to Bradford's Rennl \Hon. A. I D ,.' fold I I High I i S.h() I i : i .t II .
for 1 Homo of the ilistiiit.s have oon- <>1' : 1 sons nerving ill the military 01' l I the funeral I was set for 4
tiibuud their full <|uota. Those disttiets 4 Andrews, of Raiford : '" day' evening by 1 I .lllId..lI1.I,,. pi'in.'ipal of the high .. naval forces of the 1'l1i'l.,1:11"j ::: '" '. o'.'I lo.'k I that t ,lelatives", from Jacksonville -
4 "Senator Andrews of Bradford .*> Baptist. church I 1 11 1 a i 1'.1.1 uViu ii. ,|I I. .,.
mo Lawto\ (;lil'uham."orthin- during tho win" with tho iiVimaii; I I I might t in rive, at :t ,,' ton and, Palestine.11'11.: Louis 11. Hill, *' is the fiienj of the old! soldier .* A '. "'(' ", : i. <',hinese i Bulbils, the florist S empire. ,*> had come and us the Horvko. wont many on

Mr. C B. Robeits Miss Elsiu Harrison A the wiluw. the orphan the sick. bc rs cif t tho ( I Knight. j I I Senator Tinmmoll I led I the tight the ,-siil.'Vialk as well us the house and

anil( :Mrs. ... .J. Blaekwelder, the the poor the working man and *> teachers, 1111l1'ch. 1 l ," ii.,. the maul, --Doris Scott. ,i:I ill I the last Congiosrt which i ,gin oI ,ponhos' note I lined with I our townsmen .

chairmen of thc district respectively the farmei He is stoutly op. and I an '(' ltit.i.tl.iy E'nin'll i I I' the flit: ) bonus to all honorably ,, who met tei pay their last re-

winked. enthusiastically. and have < posed to the cattle dipping; hill.i> evening's ', ,= llIdllalill I I i class'" of 1 1M! I !) m com- 'j j I I. ,discharged( .soldieis I Ktiilors and; '"' spects t to t then i departed I friend. .
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mtido ports to the county chniimun 5 lie b.lh''cill tick eiadication *> vrns composed ; f :Mis-es, 1 Kathleen t l M\aio/I All- inn line's I If this new III"II..U11('- Thesimple., S.-IM I,'.. under (fit.' ii lIrl'c:1:1
:Miss. Dons :
showing a full sub-el'iption.Itopoits '* and is fuithoriiig idea but ho \ ; I \ II. i Kmma: Powell I Florence comes n law it will moan Unit Ih,' I tion, of Rev Blanc'hard I Law, of tho "

aio i in from) Staike and doesn't like to force down the t> penter\ violin; :\. I: : \\ -. c 'i leo. :Mil i hell, :\\1<.""1.... Gary '': total bonus will then} ho $:Ztfl) to .". I llaplisl, I l'hlll'h. being o\or. I Director, ,
Invocation :
Lake 'Butler, Those' districts have throats of the people a measure : John Powell, Horace Wilson"' eii.h) poison who 1 served I ill i t the ., Jones, and the pit I lItLIi upis took charge,
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made omo\\hat bettor than n 25 pel- ( which they are taking up of their ,*, :Methodist\ I : I I r'.I Mall.I I I, mid on Tuesday, armed fon"osi. .** the long pioi.ossion formed
cent subHcl'iption. ( own fiee will." Hymn." i I these yiiung( hid Ic and gen( <> .> to I I'rushy,' conie'tc'iy" i '. Bofoie, the

Iho total of all lepotts so far in ,- I K; illlI !'. wiie t tho. "'1111'1't i of attraction. i!I ,. ., oj> .j. .... i- "' '" .. .j .f> .' gia\o I the-' last t I'h'.1', "anl t I, the open noto '
l J. v A ', t. ,J> 'i' J1 .A. I Col. J. C. .
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3 f Iii' st of 11w - -
tho hands of the county (clianmun school with I in-piling!! I.II ills of spiritual us'" well un temporal preparation t

show the county to be far behind and |I .U'lOMOBILE( ( \ : .\('('IDEM'(: tures of Private ; :\lllI't'h" ( ti illette), plaved l by ".1I1 l.I. tll' VIKS ti; \ is:; ; i mi: / for .deatli wax again/ soumtn.l

additional time will be granted( to the', I Willie\ .Jones : i 'uiss it' White, the graduating i t'UIIIT.\TI\i; i ( : (; 1'1.SS and I tho crowd dispoisod I i 'l'lit' chief

district committees to bring the fund I Hairy' Canova and his ('ou"ill. :Mrs.Fioddio i ate ittt'Villie ] 'i.t'.i.,lcl by Piof S. S. 1 11,1\\ 1- nioiiMiiM-s nnd 1 t thoBo' olliciat t ing veto

up. '' :May :Matins, of Jacksonville, Ciur Colloy ) Farr anl Sup E. R. Poppell I I.II-I Sal nnl.iy t the .luinoi t Class ofIt !t.ftI" I the, ,new mound was Mttvwitw '
The county chairman again appeals I''hail I a natron escape :Monday l inutn- 'I. : onto I tho singe which wa. the 'Mil n..w..r.
For I I. I II I. S. gnve' Senior Class. a elo-
towarding when Ford turned over with ceptance. ( II .1.".". 1'111..1 with tin, class
to those who believe in | big a ear ) The *
I dav at lake sinners the
1 Momormm"1 : : lil"hlflllllll picnic Kingsb'.v II".I"IIII//! ministerwoto ,*
duty well done to come forward thom on :North; Chert'y street near the issue.", ) given 11111 I white. l'he class lit the* A 1 valeI I ll;Hiding I :Mix. .1. E: l Futch, :Misses') Emm:

and put the county oVer the top.) Steinbuig I'clli.h'ncc.'ounJr Canova I : "Plain, living( nnd, high thinki 'l ht. J jiiin.iis i t sot'\"oil I I the ..Ia its "if lion I Ma t by nitcl I De) >ris. I.aw.I, ess I''*. O. .\.
Next week a list of all contributor VMIS( hiving the cut, and in passing l : A beautiful i placed at the top of the drop I ,miilst .\nl .1. '.
01 II bountiful\ ,Itnnt'i npreiad' ron and l l I" Ki.klitor.I i t Tho. pallhoaiois I II I-
to the fund, as far as> they have boon some uns (coming i fiom the oppositedileetion by the ladies and I calla I lilies i I weio used (.f.. 'I bovver of jiuiirnolias. and,I tialivi* uiei'iis. I weio :\1.L.lnl'1ltth'wFl.\. t Col.
furnished to the county chairman will ,swung into a loecss in the following: ) : : ': y I in the stage docotation.. | '
I In tin afle'i neion II .swiinining, (paitywas Peek J. '\ :Miiignii, Col |II.l II: Knight
j be published in the Tclegiaph.Did curb intending to come bark onto the Futch. II.: K. 1 I Ilistoiy I was given by Jury I[ grc'atly t enjoyed. after which a :N.: T. 1 Kit.'h. .F P Mmir.i. J. H.: \\ ii-

Quick Work, paving at another "ppening a few feet F II. Long: A. "" ],; : ; t 'lass I l'I''Ih'y.I''K) : i Floiome I I four i o'l.ak t tc'a was sc'ivoel I ; gumeManil ( "Oll. J I. .F 11"11'1'1.' \ I I.'vltnnIn.1/

Owing to delay in making the Sal beyond l. In making the turn to regain :Misses Emma ) ; :' : Class I'm' m. :Miss ('10'1 i boating t i woto I then i in ", ',,1"1'i untilsiippet t \ J. I Fpporsun.: j' Special I thought winshown / I : I I'v.

vation Army organization, Mrs.' J. .J. the paving!!' the wheels locked and the :Mis. I n. C. i I, : i I ; Class Will. I IIOI'lll' ..V i Isoui. ; I tune i after which hcoifiros by :Mrs' T. N. Lintbaugh( amiMis iI

Blaekweldot.\ chairman for the Palestine car tinned over. :Mrs. :Mathis. waspinned Biblu loading. :j I I I I, ..ry, :Miss. Knthtocn I Alvatoz. t vveie kindU'il. and a maiMlinmllov roastbleiught : ' .1 I. I". KiiMitoi, who slaved in tho I 4'

district did not receive noticeof beneath t the body of the cat, I l'C.. I II I. I rod on te spoke I their i putt i ill u'' '." I Ihu' .. 1 1t
1> I an "end to II 1"1 fni .Ia;IS iilonnig( "lain/ to < voi 1 the( grave
her appointment until Saturday but ,pel'bum* who weio neat at hand, bytorinn chuich. i manner. and I their i with
( componi-) 'Die honeitoel me-mbc'is of t Hie* giadiinling Dowels! Iho lloial. .donation'
night :May' :Jlth. but on Tuesday soon loBcued her and she was hurried, nathySei I 'as'l taieful I study. and, t I'llill-I I class we'ie' :Mis-es\ Kalhlce'iiA t t that I bunraids, .III.wlIIl sympathy\

morning, the :J7th! she reported "Y'I|i t to the office of I Dr. Wills, whole it was I, 'nion. Rev. I i htl'l1t'd by' d 1.1 lie'iqus humor. I1 I KM't.,, Anna Cnnova Emma: I'owi'll. w."I'" fiom :MM, (Flank. I I Hoover I Mis.K ';.

telephone that Palestine's. quota was ) found I she hail, sustained I only' Might "Remember I : \\'It ito rendon I "Cascade .10. I'lolonceMatthews.' : I Cleo :Mill<'hell.Messrs I.i I. : T i c 1'1111I1,1",11..1.) %V. Alvimv, II :M.Dowling .

in hand, In duo course of mail checks bruises. Young Canova was thrown days of thy )' : l ( Aschet'), after which Pri-f i i :\i (iiiiv I Ennis: .i..ltii Powc'll. I.I :\\1,..... N |11. Wuil1wl'iarht.II'M.: II

covering the amount wete leceived by. clear of the U'I'tul'nillgl'al', and was able discourse I i introdue-oel |III'. Fan, vice I lloiaeeVilsoiiainl* I llaiolilall, Ihe I iiiuM'i; t '' Sweat I :Mis. I P.) I I., .\lvaiiv, i

the county_chairman.. .'I only' sliglly injured by the fall. young people, of lii.. University of Flor- Jiinioi ( 'lass mombe-rs Diving I tins I'it- :Mi- Paul ('annMi Mis\ i ,\. II I'lco M

-- --.------- peating ) : ,l ", ..!' ncldtosH.I was a masterly. I nil. ueMe :Misses 1.:1111llIv: : I l.olIA/ I.I. I. 'in in.) :Mi,'. and, ;Mis. A 11 \\'Jilin 111M,

i..\M.: itrii.rK i Winnie Tllwn".nd.Iu: rl"al'l.t 1 I'ida Lower)', prayer. I I" ,'. I Ho I cited the. graduates, to le.e.M .\ \' ni. I Dorm Si'oil : I l.ucili Taliim :MM. John TTgl..tv, MM I |I''. |I-:. raiinva.Mis I

I \ 1)1'IIe.. I little Viola Davis. i All.Chorus" "Clod! 1 that they an* facing a mw WillieEpperson I I I :, ( '1111'i Collc-y l I Ho I .l)- : T N. LilllhulIlh11'( :\ ''. Juliii, I (1

Lake Butler :May !iO.-Uncle Hilly II Tho seventh and eighth grades of I tho wnild's\ I:. history, and,i that li- knu'ht.. liav: Ce.lli'v'. :\\11..1. MAlvuriv l. \\ainright I
Benediction : :
Roberta of FiveliI: ('. was a visitorto the Lake Butler High School enjoyed the i ill 1 lifi i ilependH on ability nnd I ihii|I'.'I">neel I I the pnity* 'Iho death ...fIr: ,.. Alvincv. which .

town :Monday., a picnic at Worthington Springs Sat-I Episcopal' : " to serve humanity. I Dr. ;j 'I'Ins i is the' tlist\ of a niimbet (of social . oociiiiod Sunday.) iiftoiminn. at r:Hi>

'( Mrs. J. r Davis and little son .1 il-I I uiday | : ( l lends i hole i w.ic glad( I un It.i.l alTaiis I planni'd I in honoi' of, the* o'.liiik. was II grc'at slinck to tlnlommtinity. t .
I The K.: S. mot ill regular session Monday ) >
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ian, of Valdosta (;a.. are guests of high school ' him speak' as ho has boon giuduatos.I of the class, of I Mil I!U.) Shu had I boon I ill aboutlvu ,,! -
Mrs. 1)V, Boium this week Tuesday afternoon at the :Masonic Staike school for a number, I _ --0 t > wet.ks, but it wax not, t thought!
"The Sweet Gill
Rev S. S. Proctor tilled his regularI I building. | 'n(','111<'11 t", and is always an I that her condition I was cnlical t I until I ,aIn.11 I
I l'I SlI; Till.1II: : \ EM: ENIS'nun'
Dr. and :Mrs. J. E.llIlIll's: and :Mrs' an exceedingly : .
I appointment at Baldwin Sunday both visitor.", )Dr Fair spoke of. ,,I l t tune biToio.. her death. She hll,1,I Iiioclopid '
('hl'11 :Maines spent, Tuesday in Jacksonville and, every one number of Staike boys. nt I .l
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morning and evening. lie visited 'calls I
*. I IViigil in a most i have boon se-ve'ral I ntovemention ,
I ,' ami of the excellent hen became
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Jacksonville :Monday ictiinmg homo i Hoiioiislv I lnvol\od /slid!
the second. and ;
Monday afternoon. Hdwarils and children letuinjod ( tlwy' had made" and, diiiing I: foot; 11I1..ly.hit'h, whether) theynuitiilc sank tapnlly until' .loath" l'I''iIJ.llIt l tho

front Alachuu Thursday. chorus was (* 1,111,1) a glowing tribute' or not, an* unliciitivn of the .hour mentioned
Oren Deklo, of Five :Mile spent Saturday
Brant Duggar and family :Mr. un.I' composed of .. ': fact t that the eiti/ons of Starku are I
I I Ray White, who was his
night( and Sunday with his :Mis' Jesse Thomas spent :Sunday' at 1 Anna (Canova .... "";.". .;... r... 4'....... ....n..pu-a.,. I liftrintieii. ..' ..iF tit. .......ko. .. lie.). rub their I evcs I The. .!eased _wns .a daughter of :Mr.unil \ .
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cou"in. :Nelson: Meklo.Mis. ) teOatives. "nl.ellIttht'ws.: : ; v."u.. "n. ;.Airs.1 '' Owen E.; Alvinowe'll I i I known '.,
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Johnstown with and II iinqnainte.l! with the. reali-
( <"onl< .
I E.: R Poppell in a brief .
: . Donmson of (;.mm *v :.lo: is tho Tutu,,,. reside" tits of the vicinity of Staiko.\ '
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:Miss" Eva (Kppoison: of Staiko is . /ntion of our possibilities
do tliei
I lvi'roni to
guest of hoi sister, :\11'". \D'ck! Jfowitt 1 :Much' credit diplomas I i She wan 1 M.; yours of /111111"( luid, lived, .( ..J,
vi"itingfril.mlll and relatives. in Lake 'I he- .first and most I impoitiint illlI -
leg r class and I also oertille/ ates I I
Dr. J.f.. '1:1'.11: wa; c lleJ to the : :Matthews who I' I thegr.'atcT (pint. of her I lifeill i Starke>,
Butler this week ,. 1'OVl'IIIt'lIt, for till te,>wn nf StarKo\ is
jolt to two grammar school I '
bedside of Mrs. Howard, tho quite 'being well known, and,!
13 I : of this. very highly: esteemed
Pearl Robot passed through our very Kate a mod.'in, fireproof hotel. building i i
namely. Misses Young
sick at her home in Ludiwici, Ga.! characters I ., by almost all "i.-idcnts of tli.i .
town Saturday onrouto to Worthmg- wore : .which, if not sorely nccded at thu'firemnt
Rev L A. Hauls filled his jugular I I : Criliin. town Sit. kind fI t
was a he'iirloil.
:Miss !Maude generous I
ton Springs to enjoy the picnic of the time, will be a necessity a< I
appointment at J.awtl'Y Sunday. I it for commcnce-mont ")(l'r. neighbor 11/1.111/ ,devoted wit and .
Kill .pcrln \\ ,
Lake Butler High School. 'soon as the hard loads arc completed\
Willard Parker spent Sundiy with under the able direction of nml her She toiled with her hands
; :Mrs Ih' I ;
;M, Ritch of Raiford: is the
guest
r. through our county
his. fanul.vSherilT. I Thornton. \ l.: \Vall I I, and I'luh number wjn ( anel' ,"i'ai'I"d. with II mother's. lovo fur '
of. Tom Dcklo ami family. ; An elfoit is bi'iiig( made ti it organize.
Kppoison ortaiko. \v.\-; Dick Davis, of Five :Mile\ was in :Mr l He SIl1 r"I"d"(' tei music' lov 'rs. n (Country Club at Kingslov lake, e,tie tilt inmfoit" and well be-ing, ( of her \

greeting friendin I iik-> I''itlor \V&.i,I- I town. Hntul'lluy. ,I, Powell I Is and,I (patrons of Starko t of the, most, I; beautiful i I lo.'at ions fur uicsoit household,I I In her passing i ( I II". town "j,1

nt'sda( :. J Ho VV.M. 11,"<'''IUI.I.iI.I; he 'iiie :Mrs. :\Ial'iull I Honikor of Hawthotnu Mr. Jack '"' grateful to I'lof I )."wl lug in the South I if we must Hay, loses II woman of sterling character ,

by Miss Edna Epperson. I Colley. splendid( work during the; past /and worth. .1
has returned to her home after a visit It ourselves' ) .\ (Countiy, Club building '
Ruth Roberts of Wotthington, spent Miss :Matilda, t There are very few schools :Mrs. Alvare/ survived by. her hilI'I,
with her slater, :Miss Harrison, and! j j: erected out over the water, with .
several' days with :Misses Ida i nd I :MissVhitvvorth.. ,' Emma Powell at their hoael a gentleman bath t house's, boat. landing I pi'rK. pavilion "band and two sons, )bisidns u laifK. : .:

Irene Stewait. I Math Roberts and father ISillio''i Mi"FI'Il l'riu : culture and, roflrioniont, as I and 1 tennis courts on shore*, will number of other relative's. To thin, I'' \

Pearl Roberts of Five :Mite was: the Roberts of Five :Mile, weRe in Lake friend-Lucile ] wlin It ts. hoped. by all that add, gioatly, t to I the I ple-asuto" eif the is .cxtoridcel I .. very ..ill COIl'' Myinpitlhyof ( ',1

guest of Rev. S. S. )Proctor and Butler Saturday. '1 1\Ia.lal11 (,.. again accept the jirinnpulfhip. Bummer eottnirrrs and tend to make f the entire,, community. I

ily Wednesday and Thursday fam-I' Judge Gicon and daughter of Five I Ruby :Mao S. I I ilvingHley: : lake generally more 'popular : .

ings. :Mile were in town Saturday. I 'than ever. IvNOX IlIInSIlt' : iciitir's: I | t

Oren Dekle, of Five :Mile :
Tuesday evening with his ginndonrcnts -I were among the callers to Lake But- 11. ) (' : UNVEII.ISO: (II-? SI tI\'. (.IO.: L.MNlTMlNl'. I I'livalc' James Ivtiox Throwcr, !J27lliInf. ,

Rev and Sirs S. S. Proctor Ho Ivr :Monday uftci'noon. Church Union fnonels, of Mr-. (BelleHel I M XS'SKVS: : ': I Meiluiil I De-tiie-hme'iit H:!d Dlv., Iii
I ( .J. L.
is quite a fisherman. having blought :Martin Rimes, was a business visitor Church II t i hros... will I I I I bo i interested t<. I'mod in Starko t 'luosclay" on the noon

to his grandfather l
Miss Inn AUleimnn l'lIt".tajIl'd a i :.Mr and :Mis Bart Stevens spent 2!::10 ) ,. ,, ,,,tls,,,.. whn, h wns Holemni/e l ]I l The* ".\11 Kriends Camp of 'Voolfinn" hnrge( fiom.i tin1 army at Camp .1'ackIlti. -
number of her friends honor of
in .-i.ituiday; I in Jacksonville i I *. 1 I I I Oak last Thin-day it ft i'moon, II
of Starko tiirnoel i
lain out in mass
home:MI--S in Eva West 1-:1'1"ron: Hutlcr Friday at her I Theo. Edwards of Jacksonville! visited tice open a or : to d.. homage( to I theiloini s..vl'r'llCn.UI'I'II I Pi'mite'I" Tb t."w.',r vcilutitee-ic'd, forM

home-folks Sunday. inn. W. L. ineidson. 'is ene* of the* many ..',I with badges, lings and 1 other '1'\ Iii j just one- month. after war waiilii
:Mrs. S. S. Proctor spentVedn, sday The bac ulllul'cllh' sermon of the IJI1I'1' ,'lit/ mcii (it.. r".ive,1, ,I
I 9 Sermon. re-turmd. '"1.1 ii rs' of I I paraphernalia' net' oK-arv to make' tho against( I iInsttiy I'
with her daughter: P. i. IJt kll'.
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Lako Butler High School was preached with the''I II'II'III"' /at < donlon am) ;Ma/
: been in xetviie, nee, 'asion a grand I sin t"I.,M. I liesidc'H. tho amp on :
at ,I'i\e :Mile.Thursday Sunday by' I cS.. I. Homlrnt of 711 h t I'i II IK, he- landed. nt [Liverpool, I beI '
11 Sunday .' \" : Squadron' IS month", of me mberx of the* l I.n. ul lamp" thenwere. I
afternoon from, tive to I ihe :Methodit! church and the further 1 i Sermon. I months were spi-nt, in France. I (|cinto a riumbeT of visiting sviri'ignspresent I ill i.r i in the s."I'vla'l' "X'JI.tly I I ono yunr ashe

6e'enthirtlrH., : Sam Singer delightfully exercises of the school took place last 1 Dinner. i, with the A. C. I.. Kail- '; that bad known the! de'ceasc'il' embarked for homo! on :May. 7, 19F.1 I: ,
entertained at her home night and tonight. I', at Bordeaux, I Franco.Knox .
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engineer. brother In all titer than
were more
I Sing all ,
with a linen shower honor of .I"s!
in '
B. :Max" Wilson, of Ocala spent Sunday I ''
night Let (' : ( who i is the youngest one* hundred sovereigns to participate: says that he has seen tho
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Winnie Love
Townscnd dimming
bride-elect, whose marnaic-J a ) to :Mi. with his mother. :MiB.. 1'. Wil- Union Meeting. I of :Mr., and :Mrs. .]r.bn1.:\ I I! in the- unv..ilinlc''r'rnrmy.: blight IIg-ht..II Broadway in New .

Roger Collins. of Pensirrla, w..s r<*- Ison. I -- - is nne of Suwanttoe's choicest :i I The orator of the oc'asion'U" ('..I..I.I Vnk has, visited Liverpool (Pnrli: .
I Albeit Henderson of Jacksonville, numbers her friends by her I :Nice: Lyons Marseilles' Toulle Nane .
cently announced. The lower floor FARM ; I I D. K.: Knight, who was ulso. honoredwith ,
visited his folks last week. | (' and we wish for them the of council I *'. Khe 'mis., Monte\ Carlo and, Monaco\ ,
i position> conrnanI.l..r
was beautifully ilocointetl with I
vines and roses the color scheme green being I Henry R.menberg) and wife arc tho .1. H. Kelly, of congenial( !bliss and! | of the dead sov.-reign's camp (Col. but Stnrke, I liii.. I U 1. S. A.. loe.ks better -
of a fine baby boy.
proud parent
than all of those e'itiCH.
note.l
anil white. The guests wore farmers of the :j Knight I spoke; in beautiful language, '
green :Mrs. Kink Hit hard returned, home
short honeymoon, Srgt. and Knox ill the first ..f the four hrowcr,'
received, by' the hostess and, ;Miss Liz710 cently sent to a :: paying' the, doe'eased! many beautiful
several da'swith
Saturday after a stay of : will be at home to their boys to return from, the nnd
Tmvnsind Miss Ruby Roberts !Irl agricultural )( I tributes along the lines of Wood.'raft. army,
her, daughter, :Mrs.' :Math Sapp. I '
I at 1615Inrkf.t: street, Jack his relatives and friends
that are as fine : At thesame. I timeshowing, why are morel
a lan
her charming presided over the
way, She was accompanies! by :Mr. and :Mrs.! I II ,
Live Oak Democrat.) than glad to have him at ( .
punch bowl after which :Miss Town- Math Sapp and baby. I II :Mr., Kelly states of limited I means should. haw the* mine.LL
send was presented with a wheelbarrow -1 planted late in :; I protoi.tn>n of Woodcraft for his family --- --- -- i

decorated with white and green, Program Ciiitrul. Baptist Association vested early in ('.\lW (II' Til.\SKS i and 1 lovc'd ones during. his I life i and .\ "FILKS" TO HIM(

and laden with useful and beautiful I Union meeting, of the Central Baptist Just. by way after he had gone'
h in thisway. to express) our 1
Association to be held at Lake
of
gifts. : sand lands: .Following\ tho oration of the Sovereign A certain blacksmith observes Pear
i Butler Baptist Church June 27-23-29, du ,' ;M. \"'. Lee thanks and lasting gratitude
After the gifts were opened and who have been I II Commander, .J. W. Morgan gave ion's Weekly, although an expert at
fni'nds soI
passed to the guests, I little Viola Davis [1 ViO.I Ic.ft at the bank I I be-reovement several reasonwhy all young men his trade, was flU it,. ignorant of surgieal .

gave two vocal solos, which were I FRIDAY ing several us in our great: : .. I should. be.long to the* or\"r\ of, Wnnd-, methods. When h,' spraine'd hU C'.
thankrr. Levlton
asked 10:30.: Song Service by II. C. Peep- pounds : '] of th' the time oJ
greatly enjoyed Kaih guest was 'I faithfully and! t"*n- men World at sumo wrist one afte-rnoon ho hurried to a .
so
to write a wish for the bri.le-elect les. not unusual but I I her inviting those who had! riot, enlistedto l doe, ,tor's, olli..". The! doctor examinedthe 4
throughout
and much laughter followed the reading 11. Call to order by :Moderator. Reports grow( MI large : our loved one Alvarefor crimeinto the local camp wrist and then took a small bottle i
anti :Mr' :Mallory I
of each wish. Cake and cream and Appointments. marketing the I assistance. No one ever conclusion lit mo say that Starve from a shelf hut found it empty. ,
were then served and the guests. departed 12. Introductory Sermon, Rev. orchard He I "James" said he to f
I sympathy ami assistance of camp known as "All Friends Camp turning an assistant l lt
Carlisle. of this luscious
voting :Mrs. Singer a lovely stairs and bring it
(' '\ and we appreciate \ O W. j Is in a flourishing conditionfor "go up mo
hostess. 1 p. m. Dinner period. ,, at they are meeting each down a couple of those phluU"
prese.it
Those present :Mesdames A. 2:30.: Song Service led by T. J. lIar- ('()(IJNTY .\ : and all "What1 exclaimed the
were, D. W ALVAREZand week to pass, upon the applications of that patient i
;ER
ris. HOGS
C. Strickland Onie Pons Albert lIenI Sons. new members and it will be only a suddenly, showing sign of emo
derson D. W. Borum H. J. Stewart, 3:00: To adjournment. Discussion short time until the membernhip will
"When was the church organized : County Agent tion."I I t 1
P. M. Padgett, Howard Stanton Seeber -
have passed the hundred mark. merely asked assistant' to
and Its Mission by Rev. G. W. S. at the farm of once so that he can arrange my
King J. E. Names, Sschell :Maines, Ware. mile south of the serum and otherwise Let me again say what it did for bring me down a couple of those phials i J

II. N. Stanton G. W. Alderman, Dart plans to do all the work in Sov. Geo. L. Massey and his loved ones from upstairs," said the doctor. .
Led June 3rd to
: by
Stevens, W. A. Dekle II. F. Priester; 8 p. m. Community sing. there are on that day. This applies it will do for you or any other worthy "Files '" cried the blacksmith. "No, iot,
and Harris. any ,
Peerles
Misses Georgia Epperson, Sarah Riv- SATURDAY cinity of Raiford farmers living along the sovereign, and we stand ready to wel. you don't. If that hand has got to .

ers, Myrtis and Ruby Roberts, Elvfo treated road. coma you to its roll of membership. come off.. use an axe or a saw."
Fowler, Marshall Proctor, Lizzie and 10:30.: Devotional, E. L. Crosby. they ,




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School.', I
Speaking of Willie Jones and :'; '
Langford we arc reminded! of ,
words of Edith Wharton written 1 WRIGlEYS

I : the War.American" Privates in the t


FOLKS are a heap like tobacco. Thar's hot-headed, 'Evory one of you won the war-

uninterestin' folks. An' You and you and you.Where ..
folks. Thar's flat
is the arch
high enough,
then thar's folks like Velvet-mild, but hearty an'fren'lytoo. Lads, to receive you? ,
:i Where's the eye dry enough I IIIIIIIIII .I..IIIIIIIlong.lasting
To perceive you ?
When at last in your glory
iJJJIJ
1 ; You come tramping home.
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And now when the last of them
all by barsin
I Il lie: the Gates lifted up on high
To let those Others in;
each package.
O silently, secretly-moving
Jn your fifty thousand strong
Kveryone; of you won the war,
Hilt you you Dead, most of all." The biggest
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l Y :. rr In "retrospection we might sn /
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I I.nut. Richard Kay: White: ; >< c''I i value in

"He has left the bur of justice in
land of orange grovus! refreshmentyou
(ali Suwunnee river, and the ,
that he loves,
With, an aim to help the needy can possibly -
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-at dark
in cle.spuirnd ,
.\ to suvu our own dear
I mr From, the horrors suffered there. i 1 buy.
Hi-. has crossed the great
: Ki E And in Fiance has faced the foe rE wI
k1
1 That would subjugate all nations I

r: g L [JLV w lie I Had.has our rinsed"boys'' 'not' the met Bar them Koternal so. : 3 A BENEFIT to teeth

4 Seen his pilot face to face,
And i m joy his ransomed spirit l ; breath appetite and
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TOBACCO; flClJ Tellthe story, 'Saved by grace;'
'k And his very presence there I digestion.The .
Is u snerillciul prayer,
Pleading\ at the Bur Eternal
"Friendly" is a very good word to describe the 61 (For the brotherhood of man." price is 5 cents.

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positively pleasing quality that sets VELVET I
E.STT.HIJ:; ( :-.iOTF..
tobacco apart. .

May 23.: -Rev. 1. K. Dukes
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indescribable about VELVET
There is that something his regular appointment\ here
that is associated in men's minds with the thoughtof Saturday:,: '' und, Sunday. '

a friend. .1. K. Harris had as" his, guests The
III week Leonard Harris, of Waller F
It is a satisfying smoke-never harsh ; without a bite. ffJ D. C. Harris,, of :Manville, and

r I I Like a friend it "agrees" with you no matter how Altermnn.James Geiger has returned, I Flavor(

' much you use it. from Hastings where he has ( ;
r spending the last few months.
Long, patient ageing-in Joe Keen, of Hampton was i ;
Lasfise
wooden hogsheads-docs it. t those, who attended: church here
Friendship must ripen " .., urday und Sunday.
Miss Lillie Lee of Theressa
a
Good tobacco the wawPto .
elowly. : $ up and spent the week-end with
t same way. An army of ssLti es Leona and Nelia Coleman.We ( "
men have learned this +- are sorry to report Mrs. !
dray Wilson! as very ill at this if1fl'mous
'h1'
through VELVET. ;j ing. ;; rti

Today is a good time to get I Ii Richard Harris happened to a

i a lot of comfort out of apipefuloffriendlyVELVET ious accident a few clays ago 'I jail of Germany which fiO-,
,
trying to stand on his head, '
r (000,000)()( people will have to labor for
one of the leaders, in his neck 'I WNay: FA. TnT ...
the vicli.rsin the war" He seems! to
1 Private Willie Henry has 4.1. V .J'
J ,, I tt rysnEsry.ea ed to New York after ,enol'I\ I have! the situation sized up about l HOTEL
YYNiY/GL ' N a few days here with his parents ; I right except that he fail to admit
dRoll and :Mrs., Jack Howe. how thoroughly! those, millions deserve\ w w ACItfONVIllEflAEviropeanPliAComplete
VELVET :Mrs. W. C. Higginbotham and their jail "l'nt(' l'e.-I'ensneola:'; -. I( t Modern! Screened(? :
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a tle son, Lucian, of East Pnlutka -----____ outJide room?.SwimUcitod 'I.1Up'Cafa ii\
Cigarette 15cI' spending a few days here, the :' ColiN Cause Orlp and Influenza cOl\J\QctIOI\Colwl\ill\t( to Everything fi\
j I vzty r'S notwre.a ed 1 of her \parent..1i.: and :Mrs.' L. heart of City- 9 L1XATiVEGROMO Qti.NINE; : : Tablets remcvethe .
Geiger. 4INDLC W.SmTM. PUOP'BINSURE
oddness and tmoolhnrtl + i iWe O '
ri I cause. Thrro It only one "Dromo QumlntE.
i mall* it jamt right for ..... F nrtss roeac eo have u rote Sunday school, W GROVE'S signature m box. 30c. _
cigartttaji. J t2i;: ; Ce: 11.! Y. P. L'. every Sunday :' I .
at China (;"rove. Everybody: \ I I
to attend. I
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I hind's, I...roll'V.., are indebted toMr. I tutillJ, ,; in the hiss of 1910! after :MA.. Duke, of Dukes, and ." WITH
\ TI and :Mrs!. J. W. White for the portrait v hich he entered the .. Dukes were among those who I
In Memoriam l of I heir son, Kieut. Richard: I Kay lloiida l and in I'.ift: : graduated from ed church here Sunday JOS- E. WILSON
I
; ] While; :Mrs. I Uobn :McMillan gives you In* lassie course with the de '' A crowd of young folks, It'I '(' STARKE FLORIDA
the picture of her brother, Private /.. B. In \inn: he graduated from the the home of J. K. llairi.s Sunday
Willie J. Jones mounted.) on his war Jaw School of I the University" with I ternoon and enjoyed a sing\. .\ \ GENERAL INSURANCEFIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILE
Sunday, evening? ju-I previous to the \hone,' ; and Mrs. Alice I.angford pre- 'tie degree of L. I.. II. lho,-.' present, were Harley Lee
baccalaureatemium a Iniln"esvrlrceremony .. sisters, Delia and Lessie, Walter ,
Ki-nt.s" to our l lioiil the picture of her I "LiOut'hll. volunteered for I
j (look, place/ in the auditorium ""n. Private Xeal I.angford, ce: in the United States army lIerv-1 Jesse, Silcox, :Miss Carrie Green II
of the P.rudfoid, High i School. when Geiger; Leila Harris N. D. C. I -
Under their 1'" I.'tlpidur"" arc Jan.' Ii! I)1S!) entered: the Third, OfficersVraming ,
1 Col. J. C.: I'oppell\ presented' to I the framed, tablets, telling a few of the School at Camp Gordon; and liussell Hoinsby, :Mr. and :Mrs. I K. O. PAINTER FKKTILIZKll: COMPANY
School the handsome i pictures, of three more important event in the lives of ,I fter three months tl'uinin.nil..1\ for Harris' :Mrs. Louis Donnelly and
of Bradford immortal( dead dren. I Jacksonville Floriehthertilizers
county's each of these brave! sul.liern."I'mate France. ,
who sleep. under the lilies.. of \Prance 'I "I.lent. White ..1i.1'lIlillnt lighting James Minton has returned I )
\ !' Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
Willie .1. Jones Battery H, Supplies
I' hereticha
Carr 'ull'y accepted' the pictures for near :Montdulier(, along the Somme, from Wauchula vv : been
the school. in a \\,(,1.ll'Iv'r\ ,'d speed I 7th I r'leld Artillery, first Ilivl"inn'i he :Maine, and in the Soisson.s, :Marliachu the past few months. I For thirty years" we have !been manufacturing frritert\ in this itmte--we have satisfied cutlomcri -
that toiu-lieil all\ hearts. I I American Expeditionary: Forces wm and! St. Mihiel\ sectors. Among those", on the sick list in every county in Flond.u
Pert of Col. Poppoll's\ excellent I born" near iUnrke, Flu., April G. 1SS.!) "Lieut White was killed on the week are :Misses, Ada Prevatt Write Fur 1.ale.t t Price l.l-it. Trier always' in |ian with (luslibBOOST
J speech uf presentation was as follows "" attended tilt Itradford l High Florence Underbill.\
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morning of Sept. 12, 1'Jl$i, while ]load-
:S.h.ml. from I'.Kll I to 111 1! ;.. He joinedtho
r, ] : ng his men in u charge against the :Mr. und :Mrs. A. :M. Green ,,
'y 1' Since our school. had its last commencement regular army in September I'.HB enemy at the battle of St. Mihiel, and Saturday! and Sunday near
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f'' ('x'n.it..Mhi'h( occurredin and was Boon sent to the Mexican! guests of :Mrs. Green's sister :
was buried! at Lime), France.
Home
State
April of last' year) three noble border George) Rhumes. your by sendingyour
young men who used. to he studentsin "After the United States declaredwar Willie Jones did most of his lighting :Miss :Marie Thomas and! Ruby
I thin institution haw been called\ against Germany he was sent to during the spring) of 11118, when Poppell were in our burg
,t, upon to make! the supreme sacrifice I France, landing there in July li)17.) I the war cloud looked very ominous morning, gathering up Sunday Mail orders to a Florida HouseOur
t on the battlefields of France I referto lie foughtb/ rarely when the war cloud when the condition of the Allied arm girls.
Private Willie J. Jones, Private was darkest near Toul Arras, and looked very critical when the :Miss Jessie Thomas, who is Service has given us National prominence ,
1 Neal Lani'ford and Lieut. Ray White. |many other pllll'eson the Western battlefront 11's had prepared the most form- ing in the Bradford High School,

l1 The scrvii-e Hug of this scohol shows! .. drive in tho histnrv of the- wur. out ands P ant the wi>pk-friil-" .. .- with.. .. .- .
120::! stars; eight of this number IIrt'1 I "11(' was fatally wounded! in action Neal I Langford; ; went through l almostall I I father, Jesse Thomas.Mr. II
; now golden stars' rt'PI''IH'ntinthm.t'\ I Inoble and died near Cantigny France :May \ of the same lighting and! more also ; unit :Mrs.. Robert Lee and .1 OJR
and lamented young. men who'' !ti>, 191! $. Private Jones was buried in being at Chateau-Thierry andSoissons. daughter Eva: were the FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
have given their lives for their coun ,,the Aml'r l'nnlllitury: Cemetery at hinges upon which the doorsof ;Muse Coleman Saturday and
try. Four of this number died in I Honvillcrs, France." victory were soon to open. I We have prayer meeting and Everything in BOOKS

army camps. These were Kuric: (Douglass "Private Weal Langford, Co. H. Li"lIt.'Illl' was very much liked day school every Sunday LEADING
Lamer] IIrok.I..k:'; Johns and Machine Gun Battalion, :2nd! Brigade I by the men of the platoon which ho Randolph schoolhouse. ... )' Complete Office Outfitters
I Ervin :Minton. One died on a transport First 11I'I.n.nwl'h'un" I : commanded. One of them near :'IlontI' vited to attend the services. LINES
just before landing in France. I airy Forces, was born :' t-"P"htiun-I: ! 'I'didier, was once heard to say to his Fred Harris of Green Cove ': Toys and Athletic Goods
refer to Private Herman Crosby, who "Lieut. White ,. all I .
: near :Stnrke: Florida. He attended the major: is right. spent a few days here IUjtV .k
1 volunteered to help our government would be willing to over the top' :Mrs. : Harris.
1 Itradford\ \ High S'houfrom\ lilUO! to go I his mother Mandy Artists Surveyors and Draftmen's Materials
RK' in January. 1UIK) IInllCllv. his life for 11M1.! with him or anywhere that he would Wedding bells are soon to
his country us truly as if he had diedon "lie joined the regular) army February 'I dead\." Just before the battle, St. :Mi our burg.T. KODACS
the bn tt 1t'lh.hI. :Ji! \HUT, and went to Fort Scriven hiel the American could see victory A. Crawford and daughters, Photographic Supplies
While the faculty and many of the Ca.! from which camp he was soon just ahead and! they were perfectly :Miss Lizzie Smith were among !
of the Bradford High School Thermos Bottles Safety Razors
students with
sent to the :Mexican border. ,wild joy. who attended services here
mourn the lo..f these patriotic "After the United States declaredwar i One of his close\ friends i n the Farmer In our burg are busy
a young men, they feel in a deep sense! against Germany he was sent to trenches wrote: "l.i'ut.'hlte was always ing grass.J. We carry complete stock in all our lines
the treat debt of gratitude which we France arriving there June :'J8! 1917. true blue and died bravely." W. Green; had as his guest
owe them and all the American sol.. Private I.angford was commended for i i I Carr Colley responded on behalf of day :Mack J. R. and Lennon 'I Printers Lithographers, Engravers
diers who have so successfully defendour great fidelity to duty in the fighting) the school in the following\ well chosen I:Mr._Johns_anti :Misa Delia! Lee.:: f
our' country. Therefore, the faculty ]- around Arras Cantigny, ChateauThierry. words. : :Misses Clara and time Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System
f of the school decided in April to :Soissons: and many otherplaces :[, Col. (I'oppell, we thank you for your Belmore. spent Sunday:; and I
ask the nearest of kin of these eight I on the Western buttlefront, eloquent address.: You certainly hada with :Miss Agnes :Morgan.
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i young men to place a memorial! oftheir "Private Langford was killed in subject to arouse eloquence and! you :Mrs Edna: Comer of Green rvO
TH 6 W.
fallen soldiers, in the form of an ii-tioii' in the valley of the :Marne, near have handled\ well. Springs': / visited'' her par..nt.11'. : '
a, f enlarged picture of each of them upon\ Soissons. France, July 18. tuix." I I :Mrs. :McMillan.: :Mrs. Langford and :Mrs. J. F. Drew.
the walls of our school auditorium. I :Mr. and :Mrs. White, we thank you I I Prl'lIt..wt:.; Strickland has
Three: of these have generously: I responded II I "Lieutenant Richard Ray White 'most heartily for these putures of turned home after serving -
to the invitation of the school commanding 3rd.\ Platoon Co. C, :UHrd.!: your dear soldier boys three young heroes I I months in the army.Betler __ f STATION ltY.BOOK AM0 ART S TO&f. __?
faculty and we hope that at some fu. Infantry Second Division. American I who used to attend the Itradford! I I ----
ture time the others will follow their expeditionary: \ Forces, WIb,>rn Dec. High School; and you may be assured
C Than the World. 449V. St.
Germany Bay 32
example. 11. I4*'.)!, near Orlando Flu. I that their memory will always be & 46 Forsyth St.
You nee to your right here the I "II,' wa a student in the Bradford) I The German chancellor: \ says
splendid] pictures of three of our High School for twelve years. grad i fu-ture[ lie*' pence term will "make an





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>.\y, MAY 30. l'li) ). UKADl'OItl) COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK, FLORID I'AGE 111UKB: 1

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of Esi'umbm. I in.tMel No. I*. \
News of Florida in Short county by sending Italano.rtl| I. 11)1') - -.- ..oo2.:1: 1
Paragraphs. into the "county of Escamhia an attorney I l 1I..ll't.( | lurtni: month ... ... ... 89.41
I !''aa.m.nNlA.ae ."..4M"PYI JMrttlef.r',..WlYYr4NN?..IMIf/e.RhvM.JV/,.tllYtlY4r.r a..... from another pint! of the state WHrranl. '.11.,1 .. ... ..-_.. . IA.70 b
U..h.uIay I ll'lu' -...- ---....-,.. 108.64
'tu run the ,'lI1c',' of county solicitor. Dl.trirt :No. 10.

State They have reminded him that the Hnlanc.. \.nl. 1. I":M" _._. ._ 6 ..6.1Kivripl
i I Live News a apU ( people I ilurinu. inonlli n __.._. _.__ 5.86
I l ') will not calmly submit tt> a pieceof V\'arrant iNHilMti. .. __.._. ..... .. ..... i
Aflhd''4flkI4ra YIfSYfhUN/M'.ell.re.alnWSfl'va) OIHMS. --.J what (Germany did to Uolgium.OODI. llHlmicc Mat I. 1019--------------- 09.48
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I \Vondliivvn May :'ID. :Messis.. J. May 13, 1"19
S.
Uraiiri'rd ,.
During the past season over threennintj chain gang an a result of. her County
:Norman.: Stm. ut .
and Owen J. Phillip' wine Florida.I
million! pounds of fish were sent froncourage.Okeechobee. bUH lWSI1'iSltUI'., h"I\.hv l certify ,that, oh,. fnreirotnif tatrmmt
to Starke Saturday.Mrs. .
I of the HirtiptM, and DtMnunum of. th. funda
: G. li. :Mood, of Jacksonville, of Urailiniil, t oiinly. fill, I thi> month of 'Vpnllull' '
| What i is said, to be the largest: set- I II spent the week-entl here with her I. tt i., ami, rortiti, I., the In.*L .r tny 75 m.1 Y'Y nar lrr + x l II' 1 1s.
An election has! been called in Kis- for knouKdk,, and i luhif 1!
I Clement personal injuries ever pa rents. :Mr. and :Mrs E. Kite IR
simmee for n $300,000( bond issue for ;: \ rOIM'KI.L ,
made in the state has just been effected I I :Misses Lois and Gladys Norman County SuTinti-Mli| of I'ul.Mc\ Inntrurtlun. I ...'" 1L
street paving. the Atlantic Const Line ,
paying to
i were shopping in Starke Saturday.
the families of Louis Fonts, ].'. Ii. Gil. John Adkins of Georgia is here ''CALOMEL DYNAMITES- !
1'inc'llas county's first\ "trade day"was I
]lespie and Chester Heynen the sum of ...
held at the fair grounds in Largo $:'IO,00( These suits consolidated I the guest of relatives < A SLUGGISH z 4Mr
were LIVER I
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Saturday :May 25th Messrs. J. S. :Norman: I)*. 1.. and I 1
and brought before the Federal
; Owen J. Phillips and, E. II ill utrd attended I
'ruul't. Crashes Into Sour Bile
and upon settlement the lump making
sub-division of the II hutch ut I.uvvte.v' Baptist
The Polk county (
cum was paid.! The tragedy: of which You
church Sunday I Sick and You Lose
than
Citrus Exchange I shipped more this. settlement is
aftermath
an ,
1.1{H.ClIIO) boxes of citrus fruit in thepast occurred :Mrs II. Drilly returned home lustednesday I
Work
the of a Day's
October '
on night :'J5, \\ from Jarksotn'ilkwhere Makes Such
:sea"on. J '1H, when the three persons, named' Whit 1
spent several days with relatives.
were killed as, the !result of a (Coast I I Biscuits
The senate has passed the .Talinon 1 tram I :Mr. ami Airs S. II. Thompson spent CnloiiH'i 1 salivates Its mercury. LightTasty
me sinking: an automobile at
bill abolishing the convict 1 lease sys Sin day near Luvvtey, the guests of I Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish -

tem. The bill now lacks nothing but a ciossmg/ Pfiir Luke Hamilton I Mrs Thompson's motherMis ,'' 11\ 1.Vhl'n calomel I conies into ,1 lint let mill In\ 'i' trill: "Ilirtltt., t 1t'Hl'l'ak1'a..t

-- I : Katie contact with bile it clashed into ;
1)rury evened a )letter sour
the governor's signature.Ol'ala' tI1rrt'a j
1\'r'rt'
!r' xtnv \
I I Reports front" la llaha.set indicate front her husband ILtnip Dtuiy, su>'. it, eau..ini; cramping and nau.scu. : : ..

first market day, :Monday, racy developments in the legislative: I ing he hud arrived from France and I If you feel bilious headachy constipated treat thai iau'1or : In 'In 'at ill .to\\"(' I. :

May 5, is reported a success and onrouiaging imestigation: of the CuttsChnstianconnoxers ',: wrt awaiting his discharge at Ctimp and all knocked out just go us litilit.( tciult. hisrintstoastv ; -

:. Col. Howard Curry was >'. It is understood, that it Upton. I to your druggist and get u 50 cent I mil ami all pullt-d up
:Mr. 1111c111': bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis : in
auctioneer alleged/ that the! go\einor spent certain E. Ilillmid. of the .
\villi ttoodiu, I'm- mot In.. ,r I i., I17'r' .
substitute for
money I that had been set aside for | \\atiTouk section spent Saturday and a hurmlE'n'l'g..tllhll'

Dri ,.lien. Hlandmg has issued a the adjutant geneial's ollice.! The adjutant Sunday her, the guests: of relatives.' I dangerous calomel Take n spoonful) of her" bakini!! powtlrr 'alumrt.( : ,

call for; a convention in Jacksonville general did not like this and aj: I n. J. Phillips was u business visitor antI if it doesn't start your liver and \ Sho ni'Mi" ilisapptunls: ( n\ ln'i-atiM.1 1 ,

June 10 and llth, to form a Honda, committee was appointed by the senate to Jacksonville Tuesday. straighten: you up better and quicker I

American legion. and house to investigate. : the mute Miss: Lily Kersey tinned to her than nasty calomel and without make '
the
unit of ti-r. It is reported Unit regardless of j home at Waller Saturday, after spending ing; you sick, you just go back and get CAL19OW

of Celarwater, what the committee might: report the several days here with her sister. your money.If I HA/tNaPO"N '
Mayor R. K. Brandon governor is wrathy and it is predicted :Mrs II. S. Normun.Kudus you take calomel today you'1he\

lots! started a campaign for better that when the legislature has adjournIed Green spent Saturday and sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides | t iu'\rr disappoints I i hlr.N .

drinking water and municipal ownership | the present adjutant general I will Sunday in Jacksonville with relatives. I it may salivate you while if you takeOotlson's ;TMA9EBYiMC7R ltdependable.. Hisuitstilu'tiyt

a' of the electric light system. JIM his official head. It is believedthe ------ --.-. I Liver Tone you will wake up 'I II the :o.anu.--lhe best.

governor will replace General FINANCIAL ST.\TFMFNT COUNTY SCHOOL I feeling great: tu1ot\ ambition and : LJ1E
Fred Roux was! instantly killed near Christian with General Anderson., FUNDS I I ready for work or play. It's harmless, !' Try it.Clltllmet.

Crystal River by coming In contact Suiierintind'nt' monthly. financial .Ia''.* pleasant and safe to give to children; Fontiiinionlv such itogre4hcuts ( -

with an to electric install power new machinery wire. lie in wathelping a I A negro: burgler entered the homeof ment\ .of 1D19 Hrailfonl Cifntral cimnty Hrhool, for Fund.the month of I II.rll. they like it. ((13-4%) 'I IIi burr IH-I.n iiiirnv'|'|' .,1 l ..lliruilly .. 4
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'S rock crushing plant when the accident W. R. Canova of Lake City last O'rh.orllor,1 I I. lull I --------------s 01 l by the It; S. I F..t. .\utlim'ilu",

Ki'Ci ._. .._____ _
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during
ipta munth r 4.5 ItJ MICKIE SAYS
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occurred. Saturday night, forcing his entrance Warrant* ,..u.1! ___._u.n..U 411 You Save When You Buy It. '
.(through\ an open window, but in hid. Kalancv Vluy 1. 1 lOIK _n.h._._ IUMH\ -
It. I
of IS fi-im-h through the house awakenedthe .....rle! Vo. 1. JEDGINO; fI"f 1'14.6't1ER (- You Save When You Use +++,
Demanding: the reinstatement llnlnnci Vniil, I I 1. lulu __ IIV7H f '
members! who were discharged occupants who lightened himsway I /(*.....l lpu. during month -Uh'hu._._._._-. :'U I )1 1HAT G'U Q UP AT THE: UUAII? jj '
of their before he succeeded< in taking Wa, ',flits' iii.uil .. _-__ nu'n_--_- POST' OFFICE FER ADDRESS EBPOSTAGE HIGHEST AWAa9s
Saturday for alleged! complicity in llnliincn( May' I. 1911)) ________ ___ J-" ""illDullIll I C
walkout unionize I operators fc'ivthing of vtItu '. In his search he I :No. 1. WITH NOtN1N ON's ae 0 I
an impending Southern Hell Telephone Mitered the sleeping>1I1'll1IentI1<'re llnlnnoi- April I I. 1'IIU __n.n_ ____ 't'l', OSl ENVELOPEJB! TutKIM P051MA4tea .
of the
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l itecrlpt.! during
| month -----------.o'; ':"ivlllUinlH ;
1; Company at Jacksonville struck. JVV. R. Canova and his H"I1. Bill teen iMHIMHl .............___..__, -Ill", .'IlK.nl TELL \NVO 10 R.E1 t.)03.t4) 'ErA
) Blei'ping./ While the burglar was ,aft May I I. lull) __.., _ i .\IdDIMrlrt TO, i Svt'o THINK tT WOULD ( p1R

has found funding at the bureau III the act of Na.3. &s A oooo IDEA pea s...eax- BAHN61{ ;
Judge :'lay of Inverness ItnlaneApt"it I. Ipi-" __.____ _ 1 1'""n (IS
will not stop whiskey l.izll1IWu\ watches, and about $21): !) in KitiipiK' during, month------------------IO.OII BOON T' HAVE OS PRINT 'EM Ch'CAOO
that heavy fines Warrant, iHtuii"! _._ _.. _ _
)i' Hill ('amis w,1to find the u 'Ifr( .1.I l l10nln u A BOx OP
selling and has announced thatherl'lIftc'I' oncy 11 ore Mny 1, put __ _.?-._n__ __--_ 61 74 EN'IEI..OPIS't'"
there will be no fines in his fcmn shining: a flshlight: in his father's Mutrlrl No. 4. 1'1410' ''NAME: ; AND AD00.ESS1N I ..j
For instant the Itiilnnco April, 1. HUD 107 BJ
sentencesto ace. an negro turner "U"" ? ci ONE CORNBR dr
but penitentiary Id-dipt* during, month ...__ H-Ifil n
jurisdiction u.oo. II. G i. IIAKDINt; ; ; & CO.
limit of the law. I aside and as he did so young Ca- Wflliant, IMHU*,il ._.. ._.__.._____u_._ 48 Btl MICKIE SAYS 'ttF
the ro\u jelled : "What do you want lluliinci, bray I 1. 'Illlll' ___-- -.____--__ -- I'llBtl\ i 0 I liryon, (ill., Apr. 11, 1817

The Clearwater board of trade has I here" which aroused :Mr. Canova I Diitrlrt No. t. I9 ly reD | old, Kentucky Jlftf Co., Ev'R 4eoDV! COULD set '

in of $.10 :oho sprang: from the bed I and /grubbedgun -( MOVN tvAUNM PAPERS. \ FEEOlto.110 a
decided to offer $100 I()( prizes which Warrant* iaufil ..__u.___..___..... | I'nduenh, Ky.
each for the best kept !grounds in the unfortunately was:> not Kalamw May I. ISIS .n.n.__..._- HO.63: I 'lontlc-men: : THIS OIQ PRESSN THEN ntREM..IZE
the months of January, 1 'adl.tI. The negro rushed out of the DUIrlrt No. I. I 't"1 1!\J'0.'"4 PAPER. )'
city during tlalanciApril I. 1110\ I 1 had cholera in herd of
hog
with that he could 004' my
U"U'h ,
riom everything U '
. GOES '1s41O 9.01FFEReNY 'OMI ,
1920. ,
February and March, nVi ipt* ilunnic month ._.. __ ._. 66 27
grab!: but before reaching: the door, Warrant* |I""u'd| ._._...._..u.._....-.._. 3 7fl i I rc-rrntly and begun feeding: the U. A. W0sERE 115 READ B'l ALL T11E Idfa{ 14f,

Kissimmee is to have an aerial mail }ung: Canova hurled a pollow with MalanctMay: 1 Dlilrirt IIM'I\ u.u No. 7. __ lIlHtf I Thomas'a Holt Cholera Cure and stop- MENlI-tQ. OF THE PAMILY 4I !/

The city officials received a Itch force that the burglar dropped IInl..n.o.rll I, IUI4---------------- 121) lU s i pool losing from four to live each night| WNV' SAY' I C.UESS; THE 11Io0''IIE.Q.1'SIIIlQ '

service.' the director of bis booty and made his escape. KI-TI,Ipt. ilurinv, month, ..-___n_.__-_ 71.M7 'until I began tho use of tins preparation WOULD ALL BB131ANDIN' /
communication from Warrant, !I.w'd| U"n.n_.___... 1000 ..
air service at Washington, stating I Iliiliinci May I I. lull ___" _'_'_n_'" l'J14' i I I raise about :'MO head of hogs IN .IN.1'H' "'tIIRCOPV
Kissimmee has been designated While digging: : : a grave in the old 111.1 rlrt No. .. per year ant never expect to be with. WHEN t OPEN UP IN
that "llnliincApril) I I. lull _.__._ __ 7R.01
Tallahassee nn.-
city at last week
one of the possible landing places'" ceniftery ltiriptii (uriiirf. month un.u_. 7.J1 lout your remedy. THE MORNIN',1 eetc.eQ.\ ,
as she can meet in the private lot of a prominent fumeCUlll'Y Warrant* |IasuNI| "-."_... .._ 1 Ktf
for this service provided |Iily, & Son undertakers un- HalHiicv May 1. (fat I!) n_......_...._. 80.U"l Your very truly, .\1I 5II'
requirements.Miss l'lo'ld00.: 0.
the government's II. O. HARDISON & CO.
eirthed a steel casket that bears every U..I"n.o'Jell, 1. 11IIU __..___.._.._ (Ill Bl I
Ellen Harm, who hag evidence of having: been buried Iticiiptn ilurinir month '__n._..._._. 17! ,Ol) JDAVIS Sold, byJ. I
Agnes Warrant* IHMUIM! _._. __. 260
successfully led the home demon riore thnn a century ago. The re. Kulanci May I. 1)19-\ ........ OHIODUIrlrt l C. Manning, Starke
so for the past mams were probably those of n child, No. 10. I
stration work in this state HaliinCH April I I. Illll' '__ "._ _. 1"182 J. L. DoiiKliiHs, Lake liutler
00"
attractive fi- the casket is only about live feet ,
received
several years, has an KiCiip'M durinK' month _n.n_. tUS'J'\ \V. L. .
Texas which she will J Jmg.' The casket is elaborately hlipreed \\arrunti4 IriHiiril -n.u__. Overlreet Lawtoy.A. 0 I, -
offer from llniiinri May I. IIII9 ___ ___, .
accept July 1st. The state board of and
elect\ :Miss i Sarah ale all of which were intact. On tho RnIincrpra 1. Itfltl __n..___ 7H :III J. V. Jones, Hampton.--Adv "
probably
control will lid is of lass beneath Ktri'ipti, ituriiiK, month _._._._._._.._ 6603 ; .
"f the assistant | a heavy piece pluteg: .__ _ I '
paitiulge. one Warranti inHufil __...._.... ..
state agents, to head the home demon which is an inscription in Spanih. llalimco May I I.ni.lrlrl I 111') .____.__.n____ III 3D Cut Thin Out And Take It With You.A \ !w
No. II
1 lust has practicallyobliterated, ,
stration work in Floiida. 1 HaliinciApril, I I. 11)1(1( _.. .---____-. Zll701\\ (Agency Eat. 1886)) I ,
he inscription but it is understood Hi.ipn during month . __ _,___ 14.H7 man often forgets the exact name '. /
Floyd Braswell, hat authorities will use acid to clear XVurrantn INMIICI! _u___..__._.____. ,
A. J. Lowman and ll.ilnnri. May 1 I. I'.IID .-____ "___" 3r.1.1I2 I of the article he wishes to purchase, ,
charged with the murder of Ben Har- : t and thereby determine if possible DUlrlrt N... II. INSURANCESTARKE II and, as a lust resort taken something I' .
in June of last year omething about the identity, of the III.lan.pril I. IDIJ ..._______._u 11772 I
rell at Istachatta else instead., That is always disappointing tV
ItiCfliiU during month -. .._ ..___ 630 I
of murder in the circuit emuins. The extreme age of the casket n ti I II
were convicted w rrant Maui'il n.u_._._ .Bonn and un,sat IK factory. The safeway
court in Brooksville Saturday. | is evidenced by its shape, which llalancr May I. 1919--------------- 51!"J ix to cut thU out and take it with I :
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found them !guilty; of murder 'senibles the human body., The head, llalAnev Dlntrlrl .1'1.... _II.. .. make
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The jury April 1. lull ---"I-! -"" you RO as to sure of gettingChamberlain's
in the first degree: and recommendedmercy houldei. arms, limbs and feet liref'Ilpe,1 !H..<.?"ipu, ilurlnic month ....____ _.._ ".. *<.! Tnldetn. You will find, 1r,
sentenced themto out and the lid is slightly eleivuted WarratitH |1lint. |. ___.__...._.___ . J'lln V''
and, the judge j ,.
In no'" May I. lull ___ _ l'' nothing quite ao satisfactory for constipation raM,1.. .
life imprisonment. I over the chesthen the lid m..rlr! N... 13.. - and indigestion--Adv. . pI
;Vas opened there was found only the llalanivpril I I I. 1(111)( __. .. ) I V .'
, _ .
a.r.tl u iliinnir month IJWiirrantri ".
TinI lade I City ice, light and powerCompany dull vertebra and ribi The casket I lii.iiiil. __._. __ __ / -- ----- ---
for sale the local undertakng Iliiliitici' May I I. Itllll r ----.- -.-.
advertises, its mules ovv on display in nh 1 I IDlmrlrl ._, ..... .- -
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the manager: having found, that it will establishment linn created, much "Untune Vprll 1 1. I'llll\ S._....M. ]

to hire teams when needed !merest\ and curiosity and even the MICIII.IH'. daring month _._. '
be cheaper warrant, ,iHHiicil. __._.__ ... 1 I. Well II II'I''II'
mules. Nest of Tallahassee
than to keep and feed their own citizens can giveclue : llnliinnMay I. 11)11)) .. .. ___ ) -I I Keep
The company' is hauling part of the u as to the possible. identity of 11I..rlrt00.' : 17
Iliiliinci' __. :
April I. I'llll\
wood for fuel three or four miles on a he case. No stone marked the grave ,KI... iiitu iliirfnif month .. .._ i iWnlNUItA Do not allow the I

largr tuck but as a mutter of econo- nd no record whatever is. shown upon iHMIIPlJ oo _- _._______ poisons of undigested

my they intend to go to burning oil he charts of the old cemetery. The Jlaluncc May I'".Ir'11119, S _N._ _...__10.__ food to accumulate in I' tC4; +

under the boilers. lisket lay six feet underground and Hnlnncu April I. IlllllKiciipt ) ___" 00 your bowels where they J
1 howed evidence of having been put during, month .._._ > are accrued into your
WarratitH, issued .. -- ,... -__ system. Il1d l'(" IICn, con vc)7
(-i. I.. Hunt of Alnrhua county who way carefully and properly.It Iliiltnr May I. Illlll stipation, headache bad u/ I
No.19.
several months : on a Dlitrirl I
arrested ago blood and numerous I
was llnlannApril 0 I. 11)11)) ___.._._ ti
charge: of murder, in the first degree: has been reported that the governor R'r./ ..ads. daring month ..__ I i iWarriintii ether) troubles are bound Tilt. UNIVERSAL CAR
having been alleged: that he shot seriously\ considering. the appointment lnHurnl n'n_.._.. 1 to follow. Keep your

and it killed: George Croft on what is of an outsider as county solicitor Kulanei- May I I.Dimrlrt Illlll _N_ ,_.__?". I system of clean as do thousands When you want your Ford car repair-

known as the Walls place southwestof in Kscambm county because Ifalancr" April I. 1919 ...____u _.. ___ I .. others by
the his antipathy for I'ensucidu lawyers. H,*!.liiU* during. mjinlll __.u__ i iWurranu taking an occasional doseof ed: .insist always upon Jcttinlthc genuine -
Gainesville was discharged: by ImtutMi .... __ __ __ ) the old, reliable, vegetable .
,
grand: jury which reported to Circuit The Pensacola bar upheld Judge Jones" llalKnc,. May 1. 11)19 uu.__.__ __'00_ ) family liver medicine Ford Parts, made by the Ford Motor -
of the of record when the Dl.irii-l/ No. 20.Ilalnncr .
court
afternoon governor .
Judge J. T. Wills Saturday April I I. 1910. ....... _ :1: 1 Company, in order to insure reliable
that it had, found no bill. threatened to remove the judgei !Kir,."iptH during month _..._..__ 5'i i
i whether the judge be upheld, or reversed Wnrrantu. !INNdItalane. .h.U.._.____ -._ J I Thedford'sBlackDraught quality. [There arc "spurious( "count
May I. 11)19 _._.__ .._n U" i
the
of Tax Collector .J. by !supreme court in !some
The resignation Di.'rirt No. 11. imitation" made by outside
I'. Home, of .J 'IT.'r! _..___ .
was submitted April ;nth! to take ef- was di-plcaxing to the governor: And Kifiipt W i. runt, during l Ia.ued l month. .. ___ __ concerns who have no regard for quality|

foot June has! been accepted by the when the governor was recently in I II<....nre. May h I. 111111) _ 1
1. I'ensacola the judge refused to shako DiOrlrt No. 21. In material so insist on your Garage or q1
governor. Suite the resignation was I Kalanec April t. 1019 __-._._..._ ___ .'" -
tendered the executive filed charges: hands with the governor until h<- first H.i'ipti" ihirinv,. )nonl,nnn. Repair! Man furni'ihinlyou the genuine
Home. apologized for remarks contained in a W i i .. inn i .1 l _
against Mr I II Mrs W. P. Pickle 1'
with the senate llalnnc May I I. I 1"1'0" o Ford Parts. All reliable
These have not been withdrawn and i otter from the governor to the sheriff DI.MrN... J4.llalanei Rising rawn, (Ia., writes: garages may

probably will not be until after the when the former compared" the judge :.11 i.In, .d'rm Vprll, .I. ID. IKT tWarranu ......_h_.__ "We have used( 'Ihedford's now buy the genuine Ford !Parts from I

resignation: has taken elft-ct. with a "Guinea nescro.: It is said the I |1..u..1 _....... _..__.__ Clack-Draught 8'1a
. I two almost came to blows over the llnlanciMay' I. 1111' .___- ..._ .' .,)' family medicine. My us-so there's no cxcusc for any one using -

Hold bad black burglars: hold no matter, but it all occurred in the office April DiOrlft I. 111111 No.eo_.ti.nalanio .-.-_.___ V ( take inothcr-in-l.lw calomel; as it could seemed not : the "bogus": parts To he sure, f

terrors for one woman Mrs. Edna of the judge without the presenceof Rc.*fpti, dating month .__.... ._ ."* too strong for her, so the f

K. Sweanngen, acting: as postmistress witnesses, and the details are not Warrants Ralanr May i..u..1 I. ISIS. .__ .......__._ __ ___ 1' I 11/\\t used 1 Bla -) ht as a bring your ca to us for repairs or replacements )

r a at Fort Meade during the illness", of generally known. As a result of all District N.26Ralance mild laxative and liver

husband. thief his, the governor u not) disposed to April I. ISIS _-_.____ _. 00"! .,. re latorVe use! it .
Catching negro
her a i k..erpu dunnic month ..__....... ._ ''' 80Wurranu in the family and believeit
red handed in the act of robbing: lock | cgard any of the Pensacola lawyersas bmuinl ..n..__.v._.._ _ Is the best medicine for
boxes in the Fort Meade office before fit for the job of county solicitor Balance May I. .1919 ..____ 7---_. 25', 09Dl.tricl the liver made." Try It. FORD GARAGE

daybreak, Mrs. Swearingen; stood in and it is understood that :Mr. Mackey P.lanc. April 1. ISIS No."._'__Un__' 41\\ lKre Insist on the $cenuine tJ

the doorway, the only way by which received the appointment because! he .ipu dung month .._..._....._ 1165 Thedford's. 2j: (; a ; A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON.: Proprietors

the negro; could escape and defied him was the only attorney in Pensacola Dalanco warrants May laaumi I. 11010--------------- 1871 7690 age. 'li-75 STARKE, FLORIDAFHII 1 J

to attempt it. Her calls for help were who sided with the governor against Dlitritt No. It.
: the judge.; The governor's; friends 0.1.... April 1. 111111 .._...._..__..__ HO... f' v.rn .
and William :M. Brown
soon answered Rrt-ipti, durinv month _._._._- --_ 1C.02 fi
colored, U now a member of the Polk i i ave advised him against ignoring the Warrant. Uaufd ...___._..__?__
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I PAGE FOUR MAY 30 1919.
FRIDAY, ,
BRADFOftU )
COUNTY TEUr.: n.\I'll. STARK, FLORIDA

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Bradford LAWTEYI ''visitor in Saturday to Mun- r ,. n ltU( '
I County Telegraph Farmer Brown BringsHis I Lawtey .r z.a ? r' ; k tiFram
I
!( day occupying the pulpit at the Bap- !
-- .-. -- I I Law-toy, May :!0.-;Mrs.\ Enoch Griffis : tlst church Saturday and Sunday it ;

Published<< Weekly, and rnternl ax. nee- Neighbors To i und, little daughter, Pearl, are i I being his regular monthly appoint naD114

and cl.iHH mailer at the piwit-cilice. ! at I spending several days with relatives tent 'I
Starke. Florida. DeWitt Jones Store and friends. in Jacksonville.! I A fine large hitching shed has been I II rt< MKV.S* < lLJr* *x. .&. ri

=- I R. R. Thh'119, transacting bustncss r built on the east side of the City Hull j I ;
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) < in Starke Fritluy.( I for the accommodation of cars and!
E. S. MATTHEWS( : Editor: and Owner. | J. T. Reddish returned homo last t..am"liRitin Lawtey. The thanks '
l Ilad> 1 !
I 1 I. C. ROllIXSON.; Associate Editor.MKMOK1KS Howdy Fling week from North': Georgia, where he of the people ought to be extended! I" !
We all roimin today in talk about) spent a few days at the home of his
the city council for taking up the work :
1 l-Ynce Wire and ask your advice about !sister :Mrs. Colon Miller. nf this long needed: improvement. Th,' I

i 1919 r Y 1919J.UK. what the prospects! are of lower pri- .Mrs. Julia Hadsok, of St. Augustine [ construction work was in the hand-I

_ ." 'I'": later on. We all want to build was a visitor to Lnwtey Thurs- ''of A.'ol.: UlnncharJ, who deI'1'I! I

MUV r"I'i.': !! Ti ", I ralIJ quite. a lot of fence, but think it will ,,, day. :'credit for the satisfactory completion :
!ht ehi-uper this full. ;Mr. Fling, meet I A. II. llarley from
I| came up lupont) of the building, which contains 2''
rffi: 123 .Mr.. Jones, also Mr. Smith and Si Hop and spent, Sunday hero with his fam- 'stalls for public, accommodation.

I kins. ily. I' Another treat is in store for the I 1 bI ,,

'4 456.7, 5910 (Glad to meet your friends. Come in Miss Florrie Terry is spending some church and congregation of Grace :M.

_ : and we'll talk it over time in Jacksonville. I E. church. Rev Dr. Treadwell, of St i

11127 13.14151617. : :Now; gentlemen] this is a big quest I' The many friends! of Wilmot Augustine, is! coming to preach Sunday

., t ,n,,ni. :-; only for us, but for all big Drown are glad to see him out again morning Juno 1st. !III'> Tread- l t

18 920'2J22; 2324 : corporations und all that use steel and ,, after being confined to his room for well delighted his audiences when hi- I Yf

_ I n. The railroads have been in u'j' several weeks. 'was here two months ago and a laiv I

I'' 25262l'28129 31 conference with the steel munufac'i'i|' Colon Miller returned to his homo in congregation is exported: on Sunday j II

ttu.n-r.s for a lung time trying 'fhnmll) IIV iiiI.', Ga., Tuesday 1 : having morning. He i is the new district su- Saving i A matter of _habit.n___ __
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.--- -.-- - _.- ---.. '- <'111'111"1' price on steel( rails: but while l spent about a week us the guest of perintendent for the Jacksonville cli.tl'iet. -- I like
the manufacturers have made someeoncebsions "''Mr. and :Mrs. Jesse Reddisli. St. Johns River Conference, : 1 And the habit grows, just
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the railroads are not star j W. L. Overstreet was business K.: church 1 the savings.

iilk-cl' with the prices they are wil- visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday 'j The :Misses Florrie and Bessie: TCT-
1, F'' ': : I ling to make. I| Rev L. A. Kuwls, of Lake Ilutler, ry left Sunday afternoon for Jacksonville the habit when

\, c - '!' The steel manufacturer contend :.filled: his regular apopintmcnt: at the where they expect to remain I Toacquire
C' ((1"I'IIIII"d(' front, luiiirsvilo' Sun) q. I Lawtey Baptist church Sunday. for it1 with small is to
they are unable to come any lower several days. t young sums
ll
<( . . ,. u. 4 4' !' < <0' 1 ., i'pr. I with the high cost of labor and the I Edward Edwards, of Gainesville! Rev. Alfred Evenden was in Jacksonville I the habit when older
unsettled conditions all over the world.NoW |was visiting relatives: ] In Lawtey the Friday Indlonlay.! , visiting' ( I practice

We lint for n little while yesterdayin / ': if big corporations cannot get first part of the week. specialist for treatment. Another. ''v1 with larger sums.

our circuit court room and found lower prices on big contracts what ,j I Rnscoe Strickland was transacting! !slight operation was performed, ;\ .

f ouiwlf falling into reveries ciin we expect of the small dealer ? : business! in Starke Monday. day und :Mr. Evenden, reports \fon-I! So the little fellows

I Looking ut .fudge Will"", benevolent I have watched] every article I have I I Miss Eldridgc; Reddish: left Tuos Uy erable improvement with hopes encourage

and kind, yet fit'rn. face, as he: presltl-: I been able to !find, waiting and, hopingfor for South': Carolina, where the will complete recovery nt nn early date. I r to start a savings account

(.d over thc court, took us back inJJ1lmoro' a decline on merchandise, but can spend! some time at the home of her The annual Sunday school picnic of I with and watch :

to tin days whenve (first not see anything encouraging for the! 'sister I',I Mrs. Colon :Miller. '' the ;M.\ E. church, South, was held at I a us at once,

knew: him a young lawyer residing in I J 1'l'lIl'Ilt-plrhaJ for a year or more. I I ;Miss\ Madalino: Padgett returned to Kingsley lake Thursday of last week. '' the habit grow.

Starke. Wo were: young then, too. I, When all great fiiiuneit'rs say we are i her home in Anthony, lifter spending Bathing and feasting were freely indulged -

We thought "f his honorable and at the High Level and, all declines'I about two weeks in Lawtey at the in and thoroughly enjoyed by

useful curver. Then we recalled, in j I I|: must come gradual, the same as! the home of her grandparents;\ and all present. The weather was ideal, $-$-$-$ -$ $-$-$ $--$--$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$--$ $ $ S ,

fond, recollection. some of his predecessors !.j pril'e.1II1.. :L "c'd in the lust: four years, I :Mrs\ M. Padgett. for the occasion.No j

on the bench. !! we all will /have! to do the best we can I M. J.. Loudholtz was n business vif- -- .. -...--.- .-- .. I Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow

CJainosvillo was a little town when i and use good judgment itor to Jacksonville Wednesday, and Job Change! Viewpoint.This I' j

I Ilawyers I !If we must have n thing or lay Thursday.Max I
we first saw it. Of the fine bar of paper consistently and persistently -
Wimberly, of Highland, spent BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
down and whine, waiting for lower
;, who practiced here then, only j! opposed Cults for Governor, and
\V W. and E. C. F. prices and lower wages, we all will be Sunday in Lawtey. it has
Hampton lIn'he'll' | never seen tiny reason to regretits
1 H.! L. nlanchard was a visitor to Bradford County's financial Stronghold
just that much behind. Time lost
(except Judge Taj lor, now on the Supreme course or to change its estimate of
:Melrose the first part of tho week.A .
court bench) remain. The oth. that way will take n long time to re the man. But it cannot help being ESTABLISHED 1889

ers have crossed over-long QKO gain. Let's all be game sports; buy heavy rainstorm accompanied by amused at the present attitude of STARKE' FLORIDA
what is ESSENTIAL; :; and cut out all violent wind and hail UJ )are as hen
It wooden and courthouse of those
was a rickety I some: who hailed Catts ns the
t' gt"! visited this section Tuesday. As
+ standing where the present NON-ESSENTIALS: go ahead and do savior of the world but who now loseno
far be learned
as can : the damage was
+ l stands that first business ut the old stand-war or no '
feplrmlij building< we opportunity to berate: him. The
not so heavy.Hhipments
entered. The kind and true and noble] I war. of truck from Lawtey reason is not far to see; the little job 1 Get your Seconds from a reliable dealer. I handle the Goodyear brand.

James II. awkins sat where Judge I now will quote you Home of the have been somewhat heavy during the that was sought was not forthcoming 30,31-2 non-.kid.--relJular $20 Tire, will be sold SATURDAY and MOM-
sayings! of u few of big men who
our ,
Wills! now sits. When we were admit-I past few days. Wednesday of )l1ltw.k -hl'n'e. the only perfect one has be- [ DAY for 1650. PRICE ON ALL SECONDS 10 PER CENT OFF
are giving this mutter deal
ted to the Florida bnr, on our a great come a monster incarnate: Ho, hum!
t of study. there were 700 crates of beans, [ R. BURROWS, The Tire Man
acute ns a young lawyer from and heigh, ho!-Lakeland Telegram.
3R hampers of Irish potatoes 33 cratesof
jria, und when we were Geor-I Prof. Irving Fisher, Yale University --. r
strawberries and 6 crates of
; cucum-
t Judge Dawkins, he came down says, in part: "Scraps of Paper." -.
bers. Fair for their -
prices
"Trices will return the old product
a lower of the bench and never to
step judge's level Business have been realized' by our farmers this The legislature is nearing adjourn.
men
I pre-war
(rave us his cordial hand and) cordial
* season ment and still no operation has been
welcome to Florida. We shall never should face the fact to talk reverently -
The Ladies Aid of Grace M. E. performed on our clever, but highly
that. Those of of 1U13! : and 1911 prices is to
forget and, were days cordiality speak a "dead language" today. * church met Thursday at the home of impractical primary law. And this "Keep Cool ,,
good fellowship
Following Judge Dawkins that i: Business men are going to find out :Mrs. Geo. II. Beavers. There was in spite of the fact that nearly every

came that the clever man is not the man quite a nice "at.herinand/ as is usual lawmaker was pledged to change the ,
old-time
splendid lawyer Thos YO'.
I il at these semi-monthly meetings a law if possible.: -Plant City Courier.
King. We didn't have law who waits, but the one who finds! out
books then. Lawyers' shelves many were I ithe I low price fact and acts accordingly general good, time was enjoyed. Following I Men-
." the devotional and business NOTICE '
not filled with
conflicting Supreme I Vice President, Thomas R. :Marshall session the pleasure of the social session Six month after ilnte hereof I will "priventmy
L I court reports or with encyclopedias, / was enhanced by the serving of voucher nn.flnlll\ account to the Hon.fro .
'
S with references and cross references, says, in part: (l/ A. Gardner; County .1 uti".* of '
i this and I I "Trices are not coming down in delicious! refreshments by the popular County I'lorliln. and' link for my IIrllllo"1
and that. Our hooks then
,I I hostess. Toward sundown the meeting chnrinnn nilminlntrntor nf the .... .I.I .1.O Cool"ordered
America
,1 contained the pure principles of legal) ; the manufacturer who is I I I'ndyett I. dncrnHfil." I I Keep
,
juridprudonco. and, it used to seem to I|I halting on' the theory that the bottom adjourned and the happy party Thin llnth iliiy nf MIIV., A. P. I1HII. .
left SIDNEY D. PAHOETTilmmMrntor
v for their homes. : : I
'''
that Judge' knew all there'is going to drop out of raw material : '
us : King \ E tnU- of J. D. I'ndwtt. do-
will lind the bottom of I I Rev. Rawls of Lake Butler, was aI coiufd r :lo-timi.
tens to know in those hooks. I I dropped out II1"lTIITOI1I |, the officers' in
I!, his business before it i in out of raw I
Then '
curio that grand: old patriarchanil material. The retail merchant who is I ;Me.-.srs. .!. :M. :Mott and T. C. Douglass ,\ SALE j the Argonne Forrest, and
I soldier Jesse .1. Finlcy, whose :
'
until ] made a business trip to Gaines Notice IA hereby uiven thnt..n Tnolnv..Tune ,
waiting he
1 I i can purchase "'WllP- I hands fl
written
in boys won
name was heart
on every \'iIl'Iollllav.! : . I 171 th. Ililll. within the li-nnl hour* of our r,
f Florida. God; bless his 1I1<'11101'Y. '',, er goods will have his store closed! by I, ale ,n the Aliermuhy daw mill fit n'nhllm.'h'IIIt. I
r J ;M.\ JOl'l'l'lI'l'nt: :' to Jacksonville ...., down.
Following General Finley the the heriH', and no way to get thecheaper ; countyFlorida' we will olTer for
camp ; :i Sunday 1.'tul'OinIonduy: night. unle In tho I hlirhrHt I bidder" for rush' the fo\v.!]( I IInir I
1 Christian gentleman and pure character i, goods I upon> his shelves. The :Mr. :deHcrihed, ;pi'rHitiinl:; :;: property, heloni/inie to
:i Limbaugh. of
r Wm. A. Mocker, and when he i: man himself who has dllIll'dl\llll"eif and, stinted | in WOI.thingtonlonllIY.;\ ,Stnrke. was seen wll the :entailof K.: D. Ahorniltliy ilecm i'd. to- !Keep cool during your

1 Was elevated to lite Supreme bench, during the period) of the Nlnf-teen Mot roll wire, twehe M2i I rolls
Charlie
( I| war, and who is now husbanding hisresources (Carroll of Jacksonvillewas business or play t his I i '
came Judge:' Win. S. Itulloclc that i hnrhrilvin I ono III I ) t wu-lion wairon. one j
the ttwurthllt :i in town :Monday.l I Mi I 1 loir cart. chains and horn.-,,. riirht thou I IId1 (rt.
splendid, son of Florida I who upon I )/ prices and he
now Summer !fyou'll
pre- I Kirklund Lamb of Gainesville and l"linn' i fi'H lumber one ill "planer one :
; I
sidos over the courts of the l Fifth Cir- are going to take u tumble, may suceed wasn 111 ,>doer one i'I'' }log irriiiyt''. one '111 uteninfeed i
cuit. When the district ,' in washing his tOiirt to shreds w"'ken.1'iliitor with his parents and equipment| | two rji' circillnr HHW-. I able to jump into your t
r was divided I LeCoh... I A Ir. nut, ;\\II's. i I. p'. Lamb! and whileIhtre one Ml truck one 'Mi oil tank one ''I'' tool!
and Judge Mullock was thecainto can buy u much cheaper lui\ nod tool, two I tUi I lioili-rn and run pmi'nt.one with vim 1 t
| put the electric lights of tasks a l !
our
.
the Fifth one. I Mi I I tinm enulne one 1 I. line shall riini' ,rand
Circuit came Jumes T. Wills i ito :Now; '|bath' house and apartments into working !pulley. and wire ..nh''... one I MI I I Imton. nw nod'l r
preside! over this.. May his noble I I 1 boys, here's the question: I Iit Is order. '.I0 l meat, igor that
life be spared for I essential that you hlioulil have thidF'lIcinA' M.lu. two ,,2'' head mules. ono I III' hny press i .
many a year I Levy Witt of Jacksonville! spent two '2't henil coa.. I will surprise you.
I or i is it luxury? Can I
u
,.Ah! what it line! I liawUinns King, i iFinlcy )'ouIIIt'ol',1 the !MHS. .AI.V AIIFRNATHY. < 1
week-end' with his >Iu'ents11';\ .1
} 7
s ,
Mocker( Hullock, Wills. to wait a year to two to save u 0..1. AHERNATIIY.AilminliitriitorH /1
Where | few dollars on thin small lot of fencing and ;Mrs.\ S. J. Russell.Mr. Estate: of 1';. I). Aliernnthy. dee i
Sam Wienges now sits, al' : and :Mrs' J. O. Fralick, who ft..I.) 6 99-::1t.
clerk of the (court used to sit julu !How much is it worth a year to
I .
f Carlisle, and where Sheriff Ramseynow I )'uu'1 That .is the question. When you have been spending:' \\ hil. with relatives ORDER FOR PUBLICATION "
here und. Providence l
left Sun S. B.
I stands us .shcrilT used, to .stand I I got fencing and all iron products ut a for In Circuit Court. State or Florida. EluhthJadirial "I. &
I
day Palutka
en route to Sanford.
low Circuit 13 r ml ford County. In Chan-
had
.
Sara price you to take low price
Tucker.' a
That
was a long time t
: L, h:. Ward, and ci-rv
family visiting ,
J were t
ago for everything you hud, to sell. Uid I C. R Ni-al.

"''J\\'( Performing the duties now so ably you not'?' If you sell a hog today, week.relatives in Alachuu one day last I I Ci-mplalnant.b I COMFORT I dl

I r performed, by State's Attorney A. V. will he not buy you us! much wire as Earl Choice Ni-al.
I Long, mind l he would 1 have five years ago? Now, Peeples and sister Miss Anna Defi-nilant.
our ran back to Judge Belle of ;Miller\ were visitors here It appearing by afTiilavIt appended to the
: Hooker ( who was! state's attorney under don't a laboring man get three times I hill air.! In the above Hated cause that SUITSare
Judge Dawkins), and I then us much for a day's work as he did : Saturday. Choice Seal the defendant. therein named In
we :Misses Sallie Cason and Zelma Ellis a non-renlili'nt of the State of Florida and
,. t'I' thought of Wm. 11. Wigg, Syd. L. Carter five years ago ? :See; II of Santa Fe, were motoring in reviles. In or near the town of ChaMWnrth. in -3
Hen Calhoun and Joe Rivers, who Now you wash my shirt and I'll town r.londoy."BAYER. Murray eOllnlJSI..'" of Georgia over the ,
of twenty-one yean.
age
were state's attorneys at different wash yours. What you Buy ? It li therefore ordered. that Mid non-retMnt" bitter foes of heat.They're I
periods.! We can still sell 20 rod rolls wire at defendant be and la herehv miulrvd, to appearto

Cnn you wonder we have memories $13. Now's the time! to put it up be. CROSS"ON or the.before bill Monday of complaint the, 7th filed day In of paid July eaun 1O.on. as nifty andas

.. when we go into that court fore work begins and now while it is 1919. otherwise the alienation of laid bill will 52 of
room classy as years
b taken aa confenaed by laid defendant.It
whose walls echo with the sounds l! of dry and no wet swamps to wade ? l N further ordered. that thto order be publiahed )
;. 1 the past ? through. We will have another car onee a week for live eoniieeutlv week. expert tailoring experience ,
I
in ASPIRIN In the Rradford County Teleirraph a newapalier -
-- a few days at the same old price- '
I nnhllHheil In enid! county and ,itat. can m a ke e m. "
WORTH( 1NGTO.NWorthington. : |, with no prospects of its being lower Thla May 2Xth. 1919. o\!\

for some time. W Clerk T. WEEKS.Oreult' Court. Many models in 1l 1/

: May :80.-Rroilie, :Mlzell I Well, we will be in next week with JR/ \, WEEKS i

left ;Mondayfor\ Jacksonville, teams and take all we can and comeback Always Ask for Genuine A.|E\LI Z. AOKINS.\ Deputy Clerk. l

where he will few I for the balance next day Solicitor for Complainant. .1-10-V
relatives! and friends spend. a days with "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"Only I Cool Cloth i!

Tom Russell and family! of Ocnlii.! :Millard 1'urrish und sister, Ruby, In Circuit ORDER Court.FOR State PWIUCATION of Florida. Elahth

p were visiting his parents"' :Mr. a u' were attending to business here Saturday Judicial Circuit Bradford County. In Chan Palm Beach (,, '

:Mrs. S..1. Russell, Sunday cery.
"1 I Wesley Williams made a business R. T. Taylor anti family left one oQ t Jesse Complainant.Clover. l .

trip to Hrookcr Tuesday. day this week for Georgia, where they Clover.va AerporeFlannels }.,,

Hen Roberts and Ardell Pup.-cc attended I will spend a few days. Lisxi Defendant.To \ .'

church at ;Midway\ Sunday.. L .F. Lamb traveling salesman for I.itlle Clover Valdosta. GpO"" ., Cireet- '

Carl Poke, of Alachua: was :n our the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co., was in Aspirin Tablets with the safety In'nh' -appearing by affidavit appended. to the i .

j burg Tuesday afternoon. town Saturday.A "Bayer Cross" on them are genuine bill fl'ed' In the above elated cauae that

i / :Mr and ;Mrs\ L. G J. Ouboso pent number of the Lake Butler High "Buyer Tablets of Aspirin," owned the of the defendant State of therein Florida named but la U a a non-re resident lilent of to :

Saturday and Sunday with the Intter's School pupils! came over Saturday und and made by Americans and proved the United Slate' of America, to-wit: Val- $$15.00 $$35.00ITho
..,. and that the defendant -
.
11IIrt'ntsIr.;\ the day enjoying themselves.N. d. State of Georgia .
and Mrs. Hryunt Shaw, spent safe by millions of people. Unknown la over the see of twenty-one yeara.It I. A: S. Bind Co. +
of Brooker. ':. E. Sheally, of Jacksonville, is quantities of fraudulent Aspirin Tab- I. therefore ordered that laid non-realdent | Cincinnati
Quite a few of Brooker's spending a few days with his father, lets defendant be and la hereby reituired to appear I i
yoi.r.jr; people were sold recently by a Brooklyn to the bill: of complaint filed In laid. caiue on I
were visiting here Sunday after M.;\ J. Sheally. dealer which proved to be composed or before Monday, the 7th day of July A. P. i iIDln. J. M.
noon. Leroy :Mizell' of Lake butler<< spent mostly of Talcum Powder."Bayer . otherwlae confmaed the allegation, of defendant.aid bill will ALVAREZ
he taken an
!I Mrs Wiley Williams andV.."ley the week-end with his parents!, :Mr. Tablets of Aspirin" should I I It l Is further orriereil 1 bl'ht"it1.I order be puh1 I ST.UthK: I f.OKIKA
William business, and Mrs O. L. :Mizell. 1 liahed once a week for five eonaecutlve. week
were ltur to always be asked for. Then look for In the Bradfonl County '1'.1..,,"ph. a newapa- -
Luke Butler Saturday. They were accompanied Ue'erly'ooel, who has been spend the safety "Bayer <'rol's"On the package per mihllnhed I" aid. county and atat
by J. V. Edward: ls. ing a few days with relatives here returned and on each tablet. Accept nothing Wltneu the Itonorahte J T Wills. Judtre of
said Circuit. a. well an my hand and odeinlna1 Just KcmomliiT nt Nr.lIt J-I'rll"n.; ,
Mesdames H J. Roberts: and Ebb to his home in Washington else! Proper directions and dosage this the Until day of !of",. ,\. D. 1919. pitrailnit ort' >t! plnn. !
f Thornton were attending, to businessin :Monday.H. in each Aspirin package. W T. WEEKS. I would !I.<. it 'iniKiitlunir\ for lpli>riilit kind "II"ulo'h, : withthelright
C mull Court. f
take Puller one day lust week. J. Brigman, tie inspector for the Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer, By. R.Clerk A. WEEKS. if Ilia I'Jlll: h-gin lit tti' ret aliouM full right n .roads Better than that, the

Algar Thomas wo* a business visitor A. C. L. l Railway, was transacting Manufacture;\ of :Monoaceticacidester'of \ i9F \1.1 Deputy Clerk. to multi. jirnvUluii. for getting,| t Hint of kind of roads would add, millions

> I here Saturday. ofternoon. business. in our burg Tuesday. Salicylicacid.-Adv. No. 126. JOE HILL. \ WILLIAMS.Solicitor for Complainant.. s-10-ri $1.1100,11(10/ ..r fe.".rill 'IT'"...I| rend,I iniiii II...'dollars'lull' ,",'r)' year to the income of
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.\Y. MAY 30. 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY:'\ TEI.KGRAPH. STAItKE.; FLORIDA PAGE FIVE V s;

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I Senior League, 8 p. m. I !HU.nroitiBradford > J MICKIE SAYS Starke House for sale. I D. W. Al-

i Preaching: 9pm.) | .-- \,lI',./, :Sturke; Fla. It.
If you are hunting a church home Ma.t 1 :! ).-Pan Edwards: OUR R&POW.TES &6.N3 I -.- .- ---
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Bits of Local tome,, and worship with us. of Eastman. Cm. \vus the guest of his "Wr1EN COLK$ "fR.'II.tEOa ))0'01LEA small cook stove; 5.,
K&>
J. C. DIGGS '('U..iIl8.. II. (t'. and Arthur\ Edward, -(RAIN, \ 'COULD:: KEEP three-burner\ oil stove, folding

j I Pastor ,, last week. -cRACK OP '''M. OUT 6tNC5cHE6E couch 'bed with mattress; ladies'

--- --_.- I \\'. :M. Andreu wa.s transacting! bus: DOD';: trAStD AVJTOS rink ,dressing! : table and chair; two t

Information lt\l) CHECKS CAUSE ARRESTS::; :; mess! in Brooker lust week. ACE i6AilM'TOvNM DYGVtR'4 large fumed, oak rockers; large oak

t Miss: Blanche Andrcii im.l --.r; ROA.O GVRY. HOUR" library table; !good bed spring. Call

C..n/.. ?...,.. ....", .... .-4 .1.I \\'. Jeter of Raiford: was taken t-Fay, of Jacksonville! U "iitin'r lelatives 1 'o1'1''Olio' ,"" cHANcEt nt Presbyterian :Manse. 5232t.:! s,

rNI/I- M W c..u"' T...... ,inn. Custody Thursday morning by this week I WHEN FOLKS 0-0 V161SIN, _.-- - q

heiitr Epperson on a charge of ut- 11'esleyVdlinm, -' was a c-illor 'n I ER HAVE VtSrcORS tW16NZ J
FOR SALE i
-10 acre farm under wlro
I euiiK' / a worthless cheek. The charge our community Sunday r.fterncu: fitM'D'fCLL
4 "
---"- iigam!'t Jeer was brought/ by .\. Iter- :Miss Cecil 1 Raborn was the guest( of ME ARtU1> '''f. fence, 1(5( acres cleared; two miles.

Ilr J. V Tornlinson. .. made a trip toJackson iimm' at -4.0.::; ;Mr.J.! C. I'oppell will loin, of Gainesville, who alleges that''''the' :Misses\ Edwards Sunday.Mrs. north' of Starke; fair buildings;

\'die Sunday. be the leader on this occasion. Jeter gave him a worthless check for : Annie JUrrell visited her I II ;$1,200. Address A. G. Green, Box t .

-. ------ $It(;.") in payment for a hnr l'. mother! Sunday aW 8-&. 44tf.'.. ,

Standard Patterns at Stern.berg's. Hawson Davis, of Jacksonville, was Deputy Sheriff BaisJcn was on the C. W. ]L'dwtirdsuul wif> and, little FUR I I.I'-\Iy: : vulcanizing -works--' f
in Starke during the first of the week lookout fur Jeter Wednesday, but failed daughter !Irene, were guests of :Mrs. ,
'
next door to Ford 1 Garage. Fully
-. . taking in the commencement" exercises to find him. When inter' heard of Pukes Sunday equipped, to do all kinds of 1;
repair
r \ 1ggs.Y of the Bradford High School the warrant being in the hands of the 'I :Mrs. N. (n!, 1 hives mid, :Mrs WIIHsWI'I' \
I'riiig usyour : We pay top -heritf ; work and bicycle, repairing. Stock 1,
he : shopping W..thinhnlllt'
-- ------- -- came to Starke Thursday ,, ; in -
prier in l'uh.! J. F. Kiek'iter.! 6-30-21: of !tin"- and accessories.) Am leaving -
Men, get your Shirts and I Morning( and gave himself UI). Thecounty ,,day. ( town. R. IturrowH, Starke, 1.'la.Wt. .

MiU.. .1. Griffin has returned from Collars!/ at Sternberg's. We I judge/ of Alaehua county fixedfond ','' rinkley Hayes made n trip over to ;.-: .
Worthington afternoon
at $500. Jeter Sunday
the bond
gave .
.shiirt. .
a in Gainesville --- -- -- --- ----- ---- ------ --
-visit handle only the best. and was released from custody, returning :Mabry Terrell tended" church at FOR SAI.K: OR RENT-,10 acre farm
to his home at Kaiford.U. Urooker Saturday:'; nilrht.
White Wash Satins at $1.25 to $1.73: '1 I :U miles northwest of Lawtey; 8
Whipporwill. lion. Clay and Cotn-h C. DI'ill.ho was indicted at the Willie I Raborn, visited his M rtLr hero
:\ acres cultivated over Hi)
'al'd.Io'gnn's. ; young!
) I Pea seed. :Secure'; what you wart spring! term of the circuit court\ for last week.
fruit trees. For sale or for rent to
while we have them, as they: are veryicurce. uttering worthless checks, is now in ,v. J. Ward and daughter Miss
Mi', Goo.; L. :\ u family! : very cheap. Enquire of
Massey and children
J. F. KicUiiter. 5-30-2t: II the custody. of RherilT Epperson. Davis Ruth, attended, church at Crookor on
of Tii in pa, are visiting relatives hero.Mr. Louis, Hill or Peter Jorgensen: Law-
------ - ill Palntka Sunday.
was at the .
I at time he' wa.si Fin. 5-2-6t.
:Mrs Fred Larson, of Lake City, is i indicted: i I Virgil Edwards, and daughter Mls _.tey.. .
: MrU.:\ .
and W. Mills, of Jacksonville - ----------- -- ---- -- --
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few with her hero last week.
spending sister -
a days -- -- Irene were visiting" .
FOil SAI.K-i: ( bond cattle; oliO :Stir I.
spent tho week-end In Starke Mrs I). E. Knight, of this city and 11.\ 1I'TlX( I'' Mr. Edwards will soon leave for Illslew : I
1 with relatives. /trillion cow'U Jersey ft years old, ,
with her mother at Lake IJutler, home m Eastman Ga., and they .'
with .lersoy heifer calf 2 months
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------ .-- ------- [ .will bp greatly 1 missed! by friends hero I
:MrL.. A. Ilnmpton. :May 30.-!Mrs. W. T. I i old\, 2'a' gallon; \ cow, llolstoin and
Davis Jr., who has been ___ __ ;
Mrs. O. S. White, of Jacksonville, Saxon I W. M. Andieu was the guest of N. '
wan visiting at the home
quite nick for the past two weeks is of --- (tillit1l'1I.; :'J! years, :a i months old!, malucalf
the early of the week with : E. Baxter ,
spent part Mrs. J. 11. Tolbert Sunday evening. <
much improved. .I Sunday 2 weeks old; black H Jerseyanil .
her father G. W. Snellgrove. Upon Mr.: and ;Mrs I E. J. 'King vi"ih'd11': Everybody; is taking/ advantage of Build Now ItolsU'in cuw, fresh. in 5 or t It kr' .
----
-- her return sho was accompanied by thc cloudv weather, when it isn't raining .
King's father, 1: 1N.. T.
Shelled Spanish' Peanuts. J. F. Kick- I < King at :New: months; "i Jersey heifer, :2'a! yearn
J; her little sister Tholma. River Sunday. to Kill grass, which seems to have I TO INCRFASF'utr I rill II NCY OK
l liter G-30-2t. old. Hunch for $:t)0.() or sell separate S"
---- Ktand.! < i lABOR 10 IN< BFASF I'KOIH'Cl'
Hiram Wilson of a good
Hampton, is visiting cheap for quick 1111!c'V.. A.
PKIM.SMAt! 1)1) I IO\\IHld) I ) < )
THAI
:Mr. and :Mrs. (;"oI'JreIarks: who friends : SO
E. K. Perryman who and relatives at Lake ('ellry, Slnrko.' .It
week-end with homefolks, returned spent the to I have been' in Georgia for smoo time, City this week. RISING:; :'\ 1 (I''. S. rl-pl. ill( tahurYrrt'\ ; N -- -- - -_ --- ----------.
whl'l'l'11'' : :Marks is principal of a
Gainesville Tuesday morning. J. S. Summers and family, of :Miami \ The Quinine} Thill l Dies. Nut. Aflctl I llic Homl
(I hitch !school, arrived a few days ago who Rising, May :)()-Friends and relatives -
were visiting at --- ------ -- ---- ,, ,
I Hampton HIM'(liii' rtf rlTi1*'t. I AXA--
to !spend the summer in Starke. of :Mrs., Prow Alvarez were jli.t",1ilsni, '
last week" are\ this 11\ t IIKOMll ; ( inn ln> t ilk I'llt'V
Famous! Pine Tree Silks still spending week at I -- ------- -- -- .. .
going I ( grieved to learn of her it aboueii"".lug niTvitiiiiirHior rlnMtiiilin
at $1.7." yard.! :\\Iol' nn's. I Providence with friends tiir bind I I':: W t.KllV! I 1"I;:; "'lliin-ili, its :.Ilk'.
I l.ittlIi"e.:\ .. Hessie and Hattie Rae Rev. rtaugh I occurred Sunday, afternoon in Starke.The .. .
/ preached a very interesting -- - -- --- -- ,
Weeks, of LaCrosse, attended commencement burial took. place at ('l'o..l by ",'m- .CLASSIFIED. y
(I the
sermon at :Methodist\ church I .
Standard patterns can now the early part of the week. Sunday' evening.Mr. <'t'rylontlIlY.: .

be bought at Sternberg's. I Bessie was the guest of Frances Col- :\ and, :Mrs. K. I Waltcrson! I Several young people, from this Settlement -
pent
icy and Hattie Rue the guest of Louise last! Sunday with :Mrs. Wattersow's enjoyed I the commencement ADVERTISING I

Mr. and Mrs W. G. Brooks and children I Stewart ,' :Mr.\ and, exercises! ill Starke this week IS YOUR LIFE
parents :Mrs C. A. Bi hop. I IINK: CfcNl: A WOllll KOIl I\II: ISSl'K.I'ASH : }.
who lire living at the camphor I L. A. Jones, of Tampa i is visiting Fred, Sapp, of. Jacksonville, is visiting IN AI>VAAilvrrtinrmrnU :\('K: M
farm, spent Tuesday! here. Sale of Children's Dresses his : friends and relatives in this Aet'ti..n Innrrtrtl under ."1. hud INSURED?
parents, Mr. and, 1 Mrs.! \\ M. Jones must K. pitlil In .d..nr.. !No ilvrrllirmnl
former prices $1.25 and 1.50, this week Mr Jones was horn at this week.Quite fur on. IttBfrtliin arrrlilrtl, 1 for !Ian than 21 Ii
W. L. Douglas Shoes for Hampton and spent his boyhood, I a crowd, from this section attended '- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
men ] days
and 98 (
Saturday Monday only
here. It is quite a treat to his the unveiling of the" monument -- ------- -- -- I REPRESENT THE I
at Sternberg's.Mr I cents at Sternberg's. friends ot see him at home again.many at Crosby cemetery Sunday. WANTED:, to l r.U !gilts or brood

Friday Oren Reddish and G. L. Sapp visited sows, prefer the Puroes. R. J. Andrews MUTUAL LIFE INS.
F. I D. Wainright who has been I evening an ice cream supper in Jacksonville recently. Dukes. 5-10-tf
has home from
J. M. Truby returned I
was given
at the Masonic Hall for the IIlu
visiting relatives in Jacksonville, returned Williamsburg Vo where he and !Mrs. Christian Sunday school. Fred, !Sweat returned from Jackson --- CO. OF N. Y., THE .

home last week. ,. Truby were called? on account of the cake were !nerved." The Cream and ville Tuesday. FOR SALE:-Cypress shingles, all OLDEST COMPANYIN
supper was
grades L. A. Brown, Brooker, Fla.
serious illness of their daughter, Mrs. well attended and much enjoyed.!

Georgette Waists of all kindsat J. W. Killian. Friends here will be Mrs I. J. Priest was the guest. of The Difference. 594t. ( THE U. S. I ;

Sternberg's. pleased to know that Mrs. Killian is :Mrs J. H. Tolbert Sunday. A rental can no more help being a
improving. Next Saturday,' afternoon f I genius than a crazy man can help being FOR) SALE-200) barrels of corn at $1
; lit two era'It just happens Unit nhea per barrel.' J. T. Andrews! Dukes } .
Be sure and Ret our prices on fruit o'clock an interesting! game of base JOS. E. WILSON ,
Among those! shopping in Jacksonville ball the genius docs what, lie c.tiv.li-rs| a r.-30-2t.
jars and tins, No. 2 and 3. J. F. Kick- will be played by the Hamptonand .
Kinnrt thing It Is Minnrt l bat shin Ihopoor --- -
liter. this week from Starke were, Mr. i ; \
Sampson
5302t. City
and :Mrs. II C. Jones and little son, grounds east of boys on the hull I ci"i M I M,,' "M .1 'i'" I In .1' turns FUR: SALE-Since: I he death/ of my

:Mrs. G. C. Livingston and daughter Hampton. Everybody nut tW>> lie, I." !I''': h : ,1 llovi-s .M.l'My| beloved wife, I /am offering, the
invited to the
Standard Patterns at Sternberg's. see jramu
;Marie Rev Hlanchard, Law Kev. :M.
W. G. Seals. who has been attending ,
( TiWV5Mr. 1: :M. Fryer :Misses" Kathleen Alvarez, to business in Jacksonville for-

('Il'Ollhhl'1I: and Anna C'nnova. t tI
"ome time, visited his.
: and :Mrs.\ L. G. Powell returned I Sunday family Saturday (I

home Friday, after a short honeymon I :Mrs! R. (). lianiels and son, Russell\, :Mr.\ and and :Mrs.\ O. K. Prince, of Tampa I k

spent in ..lackunvitle.r ) of Jacksonville, spent' the week-end in were pleasant visitors I

StarKe with her I'a rl'nt.11', :\ and,I :Mrs\ ;Mr. IIn,111', ; at the homeof ''I
I S ,1..1. ;
McDonald
\-e;; ; Hlln-
Walter" riryaii, with a Wm. F.dwul'I"11'1': Edwards had BANK OF STARKE

painful accident< three weeks ago while j been spending several days at Homer day.A surprise

loading express! is. out again stead, with her daughter.' 1'''. Henry/ :Maxwell\ party was given to Wm
v __ Saturday evening lIt, his
I
- --- -- returning of Jack-
| Freeman by
1 way beautiful home in the
Get a palnl Beach Suit at :yule, :Mrs Daniels and, son accompa- Hampton./ The guests southern' were S"I1H'whllt part,

Sternberg's. I I ping her. surprised at first when they m_ The bank that feels interest in the I '
rived at tho hum un.1IJ. I I..i .i_... a personal suc-
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:Mr.\ :M. W. Lee, of Therensa, was in I.V-M Illdll
j :11\
r. :Maxwell\ ;; : ; '
S. :l I. Pnggers, a well known citizen nas not there. Litt.r'he ,
the 'ity.hwslay. and hugely enjoyed returned and, cess of every one of its patrons
:Mr.
jar-, \ ,-itrto Starke Thursday.New seeing his many friends. nice time Those, present \\'('1'1'1; iq.,
i Lee is in the eighties, and 1 they have eS ;.Mabel
I Sends EXyn; | St.nN'. ,
all been of active labor, hut ho / Ethel; | I ,1il.'llNtlt
lot of Talfeta and Georgette: years hunt I.oona :Mullady.\! ; ,
Maggio
1 Dr >si'-. ::il _'..;>!) to $20.00.: Get your I still looks young and l good for' many well: .Iulill' :\MaNW"li; ':"" V-iv 0E 71Ee )
"' 1\111\\/1.' .r
/
Green;
more years yet.- i ono .lIIe. I Mildred:\ '
t eyes on thl'lol'gan's.! : < Seals. Maxwell: 7)7 ; II
JtosMo Mr, ,
,
Itynl, .
I..um:
- -- -- -- -- \'ETI'n.HET: : ( Saxon. Horyl f :MIIK.\ , HAVESAI! ) MORKTHAN ONCE a

A. E Heasley has returned to spend I Edna Wall; :Messrs.\ Jim :Maxwell\ Wil
his vacation at home here lie has lie ro
i A meeting of J. J. Dickison Can-in, and 1 Ghee Johns, Percy Griflm."

burn.been attending Ala. the university'at Au !' United ('ol1fl.Il'rllte.tl'rons., will beheld Arthur Bennett .1. V. Jones, ('yr i I \\'hcn I am better fixed financially, I will
,. ;
I i in Starke next Tuesday, June 3rd, and Cl'l.'iIllInirl':\ Lucian and let
dl' ---- Johns, Frank Wilson, Frank "
'at Harden
10:30 have for bank service.
: a. m. good use
A pretty line of Wash Skirts ,: -- ---. -- Jerry Keene.

t at Sternberg's. H\PTIST:; Dr. :Middleton, was attending to pm i

I fessional business' at Graham: \ ,
- - ------- :Monda\/ :

' t 1Irs1.: E. Edwards and :Mrs. Jack Regular program of services: :Major\ L. A. Odo-n./ n".JacksonJle,) Iid it ever occur to you that you can begin -

Briggs of Gainesville, are visiting at !'School 11 a. m. wits a welcome visitor to "Iluuih,'n

the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. A. Z. Ad. I. :Morning worship 12 m. :Monday.Mrs. I right now to use hank service at the Bankof '
: E. .
kins. I) Rowe
,
B. Y. P. U., senior and junior, 8 p. of :Marelennv: ,i' : I
visiting at the home of .her, :si'nter, |
Oh, you Wash Skirts-in Satins m.Evening worship, 9. :Mrs. W. L. Pugg! !, this week Starke, to help you make good financially] ] ? i

Garbadines Etc. See them at :Mor, Wednesday, prep Junior Union, 4:15: I: Mrs.: S. A. Saxon: who has boon vis tr
gan's iting friends and relatives
in
Alnchtia
m. county, returned to her home To out plans need both
I'P. Prayer meeting 8:15: p. m. the first carry your you
Mrs. Wm. Struth and daughter, BLANCHARD D. LAW, of this wfok.Cleveland ( T

Mrs Sidney Johnson, of Waldo left Pastor.! Sullivan of Theressn, cash and hank credit. )Keep in mind this

Tuesday for a short visit in Jackson I .- was transacting/ business !H Hampton :

ville j !SERGEANT; :'\ WILLIAKO HOME Saturday.Miss: Edna. fact: The business of this institution is to
Wall
t of Green Cove
Mrs. Fred Sayles, of :Miami arrived Sergeant: John Wilbur Willlard, son Springs, is the /guest of Miss! Eunice I cash and the
Tuesday to !spend a short vacation of :Mr. and Mrs A. Williard who live Saxon this week. I help you secure more at same

rt with her pRl'ents11': and :Mrs. C. L. two miles northeast of Starke, reached Rev. John :Mullady is pond.'iij1/: !' II. '
build credit the bank.
Peek and other relatives. home a few days ago, having been few days in Tallahassee this v. i k. time at
i
-- service in
discharged from further'
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" .s. Warner's Corsets and bras- the army. SE'rlleantVilJiarcl spent Snlicyliceeid.-Adv.-125-;;:

siers at Sternberg's. many months in (France and saw much PACKER CANSNo. Plan to get some money on deposit. As
?, of the big war. He was seriously : 2-12S! to carton $1. per 100. I
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There will be a missionary meeting wounded in one of his legs and still No. 3-100 to carton $3: per 100. the amount opportunity increases

at the :Methodist church Thursday, has to use a stick. in walking. Any QuantitySee grows, your ;

June 5th at I 5 o'clock.Iembers: are --- -. samples of Lithographed Labelsfor obtain credit when loan is needed.
to a
urged to attend. METHODIST! No. 2 and 3 can |

Pint. quart and 2-quart Screw Top I
Sunday announcements for the :Methodist and Glass Top Jars-Lowest Prices. 'I
Ladies
Waists on sale at 98 church.
DeWITT C. JONES
cents at Sternberg's.The Sunday school, 10:45: a. m., L. A. WrIuF. FLORIDA

Davis, superintendent.
t' W. C. T. U will meet at the Preaching and communion 12 m. rte--- -

Ge' Methodist church next :Monday after. Junior League 4 p. m.GEORGE'S COFFINS CASKETSAnd it.


Phone -- e I Undertakers'a full line Supplies of BANK OF STARKE t 4


MARKET Paa; I Automobile Hearse I

Always on hand. The bent ,T
Full line of Fresh Meats all times. Hams, Sausage. i vice at the lowest prices. Special r 1 Depository for the State of Florida, the County of Bradford, J

Sirloin per lb. 30c. Rib Loin" 25c. ; ,I attention to telegraph. orders. and the town of Starke. 1
Tenderloin ----
30c. Brisket Stew 17 1.2e. I

Round Steak 30c. Best Rout" 25c. Registered Embalmer E. S. MA TTHEWS, President CEO. C. WHITE, CashierFllm.
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Chuck Steak 20c. Rib Stew" 15c.
neWITT C. JONES

Full Weight Guaranteed Prompt Delivery Starke. FIt. I I u1I

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Ii Bradford : |-Pru .Piles,.nfund Cured many In If 6 PAZO to 14 Days.: fniiotucureltililnu

County Farmers What's Go: At TallahasseeH: : ::; Instantly lul( alurp I :rrllcvcs after. lilind tlio Itching. ullnilorPrutrwllail lust I film asallanrua.and you PSU.V can I'll UUoRI mtn i I


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\ CJARDI..N; ; ; sri> (;t )uEIty HILLS (IOf t tli" farmers in the (otton Belt will Inn Pine, Jot. Me Kmnei, Robert Price' tDJt7f3DDCltJS'tt11: ( : ( _n__ JUlJlJQUOD_____'__n_-----nsrIOU---- :lt if'lOt: a 11 t Ie II II rt( II( 14. El'ODIEUED: :; ; U\ l'NCLiSAM :

Sl grow' tin. necessary. food and feed for .\\i'O' 'I'al l) Olivel Spaiks I Je--t and The Phillip plan to. kill the so-tail iliufts of men for army duty the 'pcrtuitugt : FOR THE :MAL\HI\/
_ Of the: things: that have helped" me home use, a medium-slz.d crop of |i \1111'\111: Ogden II C Scott, (George ed,I "Hying' : squadron| ," which for two of syphiletics, from. Honda "
to wave moncv. I bilie-ve' the gulden cotton will be grown and the world I "\ll i takes. the lend will gladly pay the cost of production, I j :Mutphv Price, .J. R Reynolds l and I oth- has been indefinitely! postponed the union. Hams defended his bill, the 1.'amnll14Ialarla: Medicine
l During the past. year food. hut. been 'and a fair profit for it. If 11'1's. by the house- referring to the facts Wicker had not Dr. Williams ;No.; 101 Tonic
high ,priced and hard tn. get: especially ''the cotton farmers will make their I II""r.; ... Jesse and Marvin Ogden I mentioned Then came a bunch of

I when it was necessary. ID. buy it fauns .self-sustaining. m food and,I were in Staike Saturday. The senate has passed the Butler I amendments, none of which stuck. The United. States Public Health
in the open marks and )gulden, vegeibles feed, supplies, they can harvest their R. N iJ >v;nit; unj daughto, ;Miss i,' bill cl..ul'injup; 'questions as to the Sul.I..ncyant'd to make the medicalfee Service Washington recommends

., were Ho exception. i cotton clop and store it under n dry :Minnie, were visitor hero Saturday. intent and purport\ of the act of 1850 nut over $J, :Merchant not over $1, quinine for malaria to which every' _
I I began in the full of 1017! to make shed 1 and, sell whenever the puce'offeted :Mr. and. Mrs I Illzie Gunter and :'011"1 covering ownership" of riparian rightson Green to provide that it should cost reputable physician agrees This i is: ,
preparations: for mv !I'M! garden by''' shows a satisfactory profit. and :Mrs.' (hati'e Rollins, of lands, facing water.fronts. I nothing-Green not being mairied one of the ingredients in tho popular
' plowing and applying barnvard ma- :'| Now is the time to. take! steps to fix attt'tided' the Masonic meeting: here I Bryan" to make it $3; Hamblin to cut malaria medicine Dr. Williams N"..

ci nuie broadcast. In January I rebroke a price for the lOW) > cotton crop Letus I .Saturday. The house has passed the senate bill out the word "incuinble" and substi- ; 101 Tonic, which is prescribed In
A'arll'Isput, and .ordered a supply''' grow good gardens, truck. patches ;Mr. and :Mrs Roy lioheits and son, "
) my appropriating: $ lui) yearly for the use I tute "venereal, Futch of Alaihuu to quite a number of prominent: phv-ii-
) of fresh seed! for niv gulden.. The'' poultry and milk cows and buy only Ki,,>>". Jr, \Vateroak, were, visitors of the Daughters of the Confederacy a"und\,( females" to the bill and clans throughout the malarial belt.

principal things we raised' in our gurdm : what we are obliged to have for cash here Saturday. i, in keeping the (Olustee: battlefield'I' othcMshen it came to a vote the They say they: pet better results from '
I were turnips of different varieties <>\in if it is necessary to burrow money Quite a number from here enjoyed monument, Lake !
_ i near City, in good hill was laid out cold by' a vole of :J'.lto I it with their patients than if they\ If
English; peas, radishes onions i fiom' the bank Let us live at home a fish! fry on Sampson Jake I Friday I condition. I 30. prescribed straight quinine Dr. Williams -
and, the rigid evening and nice time I :
and .shallots. cabbages. collards,' kale "practice most economy report u -- :No: 101 Tonic not only contait, .
beets, and beans, tomatoes. ami pep: 'and ,get away from the ,credit system. :Mis: Spaues, of Texas, a Metho- I I The house has refused to pass the i The new revenue bill passed by the quinine, which kills the malarial. germ
Next: fall we will be independent list evangelist, delivered. a : in-- ,, ( bill v
per. | very lews authorizing the empowering house makes a radical change in the but also iron, which is a splendid ton,.
\\ ,. lH'jlllll planting very. early. and American citizens and can hold our h'l'l..tinM'I'lIIon here Friday evening I and directing III the commissioners I present t laws for assessment. and collection and increases the appetite. The third
1 r contir?,rl I plantit' ; at intervals all the 'cotton until the spinm'rs are willing to a large and! interested congiegation : I i of state institutions to sell five of taxes It is said. to be the ingredient is magnesia, which rcRu'ates r
Ito' pay a fait price for it.-The Progressive 'thousand! of land
yea acres belonging to greatest piece" of legislation alfetting the bowels! Dr, Williams No
I, After I the first vegetables we planted I Farmer I i :Mi and :Mrs.' J. A. J. McKinney: of the state prison farm and prohibitingthem finance and taxation that has yet been: 101 Tonic is therefore a well balanced

tame up we: were never' without !! .- ,- I Sampson City were here Saturday, ', I from purchasing additional land! attempted, having for. its )purpose pri- efficient remedy. Try a bottle. Your

vegetables to eat and, we still haveplenty I Y'--(,_|{.\Tl\M' I' guests Wynn.. of their daughter, :Mrs N. v.1) for this institution |! manly to "leach the huge tax dodgetsof druggist can supply you.- -23-Jt. Ad
of vegetables for table i
: useFresh Florida and removal of opportunities ) ) -
(;sham May :10. (). J. Abernathy Mi and ;Mrs.'' D Warren little ---- --
vegetables at all times in and Patch oflathua, has prepared a for shortage of tux ollcctots. One)
-- abundance has saved many, many dollars note" n business trip to :New. River on son, 1) B. Jr., of Fernandma spent memorial I to the secntaty of ugtit'ul- ''of the greatest objeitlons the bill had GIRLS WHITEN SKIN

for me that would have: been :Monday I I111 i I' Sunday here, guests of their sister: :' tune of the United States, requestinghim :!: to lontim,] with was the cost of pro- WITH LEMON JUICE
spent with the grocer}'man.-Edgar : \\' Jones was in Hampton :Mondayon 'Mis. 1 1)) J. H) I'd. I i to recommend to congress' the en- I cc'dine in delinquent tax collections,
)Butler: in the Progressive Farmer (, lniMne s, i I 1 I :Mr.' and :011'11.' Lester Kite, of Staike, ', iit tint'nt of suitable legislation to prevent ,: which will operate to fume people to ",

I Flunk Ueville: and sister. Eva tmulj spent the weekend here with sister the growing of cotton in that |I!, pay taxes promptly. penaltv' of ten : Make a Beauty Lotion For A
.\ :SIIS31SSI1'I'i/ / IIMRY .. .\'OIE'' .S' a trip to :-tlll'k :'olonII1Y., j i' :Mrs' N. I H. Wynn. part of the United, States lying east ]i ,per cent of the amount of taxes for Few Cents to Remove Tan
i\PKRII.M: :: : Minphv: Pike was in Hampton on' :Mr. and :Mrs Gee Uuville and :Mr of the Rocky :Mountains for one year failure to return )property for tax assessments !i I ,
business :Monday I :Moore" of Stiirke were here Sunday for the purpose of eradicating the boll' it is claimed will force peo- I Freckles, Sallowness.Your .
I was> an all-cotton farmer until 'I Mabel Byrd made a business trip to visiting his brother J. R. Beville wevvil. i pie tn make returns The n...w'iiau ntj I II
191i( and 1 that year .being: very wet: Starke :Monday I Remember\ prayer meeting: every The senate: has passed the bill providing I j redemption; ;;; is the same' ; at" ;present; : I grocer has the lemons and any
j the boll weevil almost cleared up my :' :Messrs. Edwin and Beaty Cunnintr- 'I Wednesday evening at 730.: Everybody for a state board of chiropractic except at expiration of two years the drug store or toilet counter will sup
cotton crop. I made only 1,100 pounds ham and father passed through our invited. examiners, a profession which has purchaser acquires title upon whichhe I ply you with three ounces of orchard
seed, cotton on 14 acres good I bottom ''I burg Monday! enroute to Starke. j The !Masonic lodge gave a chicken developed some extent in this state con stand. and warrant when he white for a few cents. Squeeze the
land, and after this experience I decided I I :Mrs Will Jones and Florence Walker pilau here Saturday evening in honor during the past few years which in a I makes transfer Opponents of the I juice ot two fresh lemons into a bottle
I would have to try something were in Hampton Monday. I of the new members which were carried measure corresponds with the prac- I measure claim it is the "tax title'' hen put in the orchard white and
besides .cotton so I turned to dairying Ancil Cone of Lake Butler, was in through their third degree. A tice of medicine through the operationof I shark's bill" and that the Futth sh.ikii well. This makes a quarter pintof
and, hog raising our burg on business Monday. I large number attended and the evening the state board of medical exam 'amendment: adopted cutting down interest the very best lemon skin whitener
I had at this time one cow and three :Messrs. Lewis Byrd Penman Roberts was pleasantly spent. iners. allowed the holder of certifi-! und complexion beautifier known.
and Tom :Mills made business 1 The farmers in and around here I.lassage this fragrant lotion
heifers one heifer being a registered u are | cutes from twenty-five per cent to ten creamy
Jersey: I bought: two more heifers 'trip to Statke :Monday ':real busy gathering beans shipping a Every dog: has his day. Is still a will put a premium on the? idea of letting : daily: into the face neck arms and
i and, all freshened, in the early part of |i I Alvin :McKinney of Louise was car load from here Wednesday. current: saying, but the day that the one's real estate go to pale and' hands and just nee how freckles! tan,
r 1)17Ve! sold. enough cream from here Tuesday on business> || Ted" Mulligan spent the week-end at dog recently had, in the legislature is Ilet I i the state tarry the load for a coo I snllovvnt-ss, redness and roughness:
this herd to puy all living: exp'n's''' Chesley Fogg made a business tripto Staike with his> family. not expected to be very popular with pie of years, and will prohibit outside I disappear and how smooth, soft and
and I had mv cotton crop clear that ,, Gainesville; Tuesday 'i! the .canine.. family. The house has PU'IS."II ,I investment.\ The time of opening the clear the skin becomes. Yes! It :.8

r1 )" -111'. We milked seven cows last year i I Perman Uobeits' made a business I\iroiti a bill, by vote of II: to 27, which tax books will be changed from N'ov1st I hurl IHs, and the beautiful results
and, sold/ more than enough cream: to trip to Hampton Monday. I will declare dogs personal: property.It .. : to January' 1st. This will pre- I will surprise vou.-Adv. (98)
run us, and, we made three bales of' Mrs: ' George; Stone returned. home Raiford, :May :?0-Miss Annie :Maud imposes a tax of *:2 on all male elude any retiring. tax collector from ''I -

'% cotton and, enough torn to do us, besides :Monday after a week' visit at Hastings lleruliicks, who is in charge of the social dogs and on female: dogs/ that have I I opening' up and making partial col- t

raising sorghum, peas, and hayto with her daughter, :Mrs.' Walker. department of the Epworth I bein .spayed, and $-1! on female dogs lections on any tux book but will You Do More Work
feed cattle I breed my tows to Her little granddaughter: accompanied League1: gave a picnic at Kmgsley lake over six. months old. The hill provides ;, make the opening of the new set of I ,
SJJ the best pure bred bulls in the her home Friday afternoon The sport of the for und' <( makes it the duty of the police bonks> coincide, with the date when new | You are more ambitious and you (Jet more
I: enjoyment out of when/
country and their offspring: is better: : Flank I'eville made. a business trip afternoon: consisted. of swimming?: and shciitT-- kill nil unlicensed collectors take office The bill provides | blood" is in 'Kind 1 condition everything!!Impurities( your in I's'
than their mothers> We raise", most", to Gainesville i Tuesday., boating, etc and the finest! of all re ,: dog. and allows a bounty of $1 for u two 'per' cent discount for payment' the blood /have a very depressing effect M ,I
I of our feed and I have spent less than | I III'' W Middlcton: of Hampton, f..hm..nt.1'0. served, at 7 o'clock. '' each i log: slaughtered: The bill also of taxes during: the month of January II the system causing weakness, laziness,
y' $">(0 for feed, since I have been in the was here on business: Monday. i i, This outing was very much enjoyedby : I' provides for a kennel: tax : $5 on kennels one per cent discount during: month of nervousness and sickness
dairy business> I have sold cattle 1 Will Birt and little son, Marion of I all present Those in attendancewere of ten dogs or less and $10 on February and one per: cent penalty is ORO' E'S TASILLUSS I Chill TONIC'
from my 1917 start to the amount of Louise were here Wednesday' on business : :Misses Anna May, Loca and '''I' kennels with more than ten dogs; it added during April], and, two per cent: restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand

$-I12.50, and now have 10 head, of I, 'I Gertrude Anderson, Loca and, Dora (|, makes the owner of a dog: liable for penalty is added in :May for delayed its strengthening l.nrichnM: the!, invigorating Ulood! When effect you feel!

cows and heifer I I I .1. B :Mills., of Starke made a business { Johnson, Helen Naunght Annie Maud''all stock and poultry killed by the payment. It will change the methodof how it brings!! color to tie cheeks and how see
1 We feed our skim milk to calves trip here Wednesday. I Hendricks, !Mamie "Denmark; Messrs. said dog and establishes a curfew selling; lands, for taxes. Under this it Improves the appetite you will then
and hogs I sold $">00 worth of hogs !'I'I Mr and Mrs B Djal, of Sampson Ury Sapp Brady Rosier Joe Taylor which stipulates that all dogs must bill the collector certifies lands unsold appreciate! iu true tonic value.
for breeding purposes> last year t City. attended prayer meeting here''''Nelvy:. Johns Carlos Johns, Joe Cas- remain: home every night I I for taxes to the clerk of the circuit GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill lOiSIC;

put all the manure from my cows outt :,' Wednesday evening i Russell Ilobbs O G. Smith, Sid court and a civil suit proceeding: in is not a patent medicine!! it is Hm.ly
Wiley Edwards of I Futch Eustis Crews and Dan Johnson That the house is each instance IRON: and QUIMN'L;I ; suspended in Syrup
t on the land and is making: the land i Wateroak. attended > not prepared to : gives: the owner his
richer each year: I think dairying is the prayer services here Wednesday 'I'Mrs I : Dona Browning; Mr and Mrs. take a stand for a single standard of "day in court," after which the land So blood"pleasant even children like It. Tim
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JWl'd"Qulnlne to Purify and 'IRON
the best. thing for the farmers of the R II/. Weaver and son. Robt. Jr, and morals provided the single standard sale is conducted by the sheriff and to Enrich it These reliable tunic .prep
f 3 South to run in connection with cotton (i] Ernest :McKinney, of Sampson City daughter, Sara Esther The League is I I, was for men, was proven when it all lands Hold to the state for taxes {' erties never fail tlJ drive out, impurities I II in
grain und hog-raising:.-Edward spent )part of last week here with his doing nicely and bids fair to become I(' "romped" on Harris bill to provide are conveyed to the state absolutely the blood!
C. :MtCary, in the Progressive: Farmer.: sister, :Mrs. N D. Wynn a wonderful: source for good in our I i: medical, inspection for men contemplating after the two-year redemption period: I The Strt-ntUh-Creutmri!! of GROVES
- - | :Mr' and :Mrs J. K Beville gave; asocial little townMarshal. | matrimony The bill provided .expires. The bill also provides thatno TASTELLSS: Chill;/ TUNIC has made it
: IT PUS TO FERriTl/n PF.CVNS: Tuesday, ,evening: : in honor of : S. Ii. Denmark has resign. ,I i, that men seeking: a marriage license tax collector shall be permitted to the favorite tonic in thousands of homes.More .
than tlnrtv-tivi ,:
y y I their son, Frank who has punt> returned ed owing to ill health and J. II Dovvling I must present a medical certificate open: up a new set of tax books until would rides lung distant 1 years tu There are many thousands of pecan from l.'rallIusic( : and games : was appointed to fill his. unexpircd I I that they were free from "infectious, he hns settled] in full for taxes for theprevious I TASTELESS; Chill: IONIC when u
I trees in the South and to secure the were enjoyed until a late hour when teim :Mr. Howling took the oath of I contagious or incurable disease: ." Mr. year It is stated that the member of tin; ; in ,\ bud l Maliirin! jr
best results. from these they shouldbe the guests were invited, into the din Mice Saturday, Former :Marshal Denmark Wicker of Sumter, jumped on the bill bill will make possible the collectionof I needed a b".l to ouililini.trcnfth/ / 'giving
fertilized every season Of course, ing room where delicious cake and has departed for a health: resort ; at once culling it a piece of foolishness taxes and get back on the books tonic t rot Tht lonn'jl is just the same today
if an abundance of legume cover cream and punch were served Those in South Florida : and declaring it a slander. on the lands against which now are thirteen I gird you. i in get>. it front any dlUg
store t bik) I 1 ImthtLargest.
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crops is grown on the soil and turned present were :Misses Onie and Bunie lion. A. II. Andrews who is serving I young manhood of the state. He made million dollars in tax certificates out- I
under the amount of nitrogen: neededin (;rues, Florence Walker :Mabel :McKinney in the I senate at Tallahassee, spent 1 litO reference to the fact that in two standing.: I
the form of commercial fertilizers :Mabel Byrd Vinnie Lane, Saturday, and Sunday with homefolks. I I
will! not be large: :Many growers Mesdames: Kquilla; Wasdin' Jesse: lie reports that all the business of the show II I
I land! relatives here Saturday and, Sun. Saturday night at the State
1 prefer to fertilize however with a Jones :M>"itio :McKinney, Eva Bevillo legislature: of much importance has I Farm

complete fertilizer, applying it in the Mary :McKinney, Cora Abernathy, Liz- 'been completed except the cattle dipping 1 day.::101 r. and Mrs: Virgil Brown of near Elli-rson Rosier was the guest of uYlEtl,;
1 I same general' way that apples and, zie Wynn Rosa Jones J. K Beville, proposition which will probbaly j Providence passed through here one Louis Phillips Sunday afternoon.
peaches are fertilised The Coorj'U: Hattie Lane, George Stone :Messrs I home up this week.
,day last week Jack Newmans: was the guest of
Jesse O \\'. I. Roberts and and' i I and oldest seed
O'tJ.n.Vil1al'd family Rance
College of recommends
Agriculture : Smith Willie
t ,I Dewey Duke of Five :Mile attended :Mr and Mrs W R l Rosier: Saturday.
I that from one to five pound per Price, Bill : tree is about the rii'ht amount to .\ Bill Rtnnirf' .llnu. f. f ford Sunday. We can supply your need

({ give from the second year till the tree Scott, Oscar "\n.ir- Io.,8t;: ;; k..a;- n..v.V.. L. Overstreet.: : of Low ley, Waters -Saturday----- evening.----- ,ron the section section five was like lIe taking said working: a drink IIn,.f Write for catalogue-
re-aches the bt-armc auo For tin lion Jones, Levy Johns, Ernest McKinney : visited Raiford Sunday I 11\00nhine-the more took the Information
\ reason these people recommend a Lucian Johns, of Hampton LewisB Rev' Smith, of Jacksonville, spokeat |I KLMCKKi: : hotter you gotBKMHORI you on any crop

.qv\ mixture made up as follows: one thou- >'rd, I Leroy Wasdin., !Frank Hevillc, the :Methodist church Sunday evening I ___ -- --- - FREE
\ I sand pounds, lii\ per eent( acid phosphate . Ted llalligan, ;N.; I D. Wynn J. It. Bev. in the interest. of the ce-ntenary i I 1lol'b..e.Ia: )' :{0.-,U. n Rosier was / / ") PK:.\CIIFs GOING; : TORKEP \.MARTIN: : SEED CO

700;/ ( pounds cottonseed. meat ill.. and others They all report a campaign which closed! : Sunday night. ( a visitor to 'Raiford Tuesday. aft..r.noon M.\ : 1 IN: C\U i LOT'S() I Jacksonville, Fla.
fi\ 2DO( 'pounds nitrate of 'soda Ion pounds nice tim 'Raiford church went: over the top the .
fiI,j mu I''ill 1<" of potash This will give ..1fertiliser :'oil.... Jessie Jones and niece Florence first few days of the campaign. I The clops of this suction are suffering '' The peach crop of the Brooklyn si 1..1

that will analyze approximately Walker Burntdraves; and Oilellbernathy A petition has been: circulated and) from the lack of ram. ton hits begun! to move in cur lots, thiriist .
-I.I.:I. For treethat hove .\ and wifemotored over to signed: by all the business houses", to I Among those who attended prayer cur being: shipped from there la-t ;f; LIFT OFF CORNS''
reached: the bearing: age more pho'phurie .- r'nl'lto"1..uch' / Thuiiday evening: lose for u half holiday, every Thursday meeting I at :Mr/ and Mrs: 'R. II Rositr's > | Saturday The second car movedWedne'sduy
acid little K. :Mills and wife afternoon. home Sunday afternoon were J.
and potash and a were in Starke The is rood this.
.. II. Newmans and wife Mr and :Mrs' crop (
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less nitrogen is net tiednd these Friday and Saturday on business. und the market. is holding
folks also recommend that from !5! to :
:. ill) pounds of a 10P:! fertilizer be ( ;iraeie, of I.oui..e.l'1'1. here" Friday on Rosier, William Thornton, Mr: and i I' touchy corns off
with
i !given bearing pecan trees., depending/ business. : :Miller May 30.-B. V:. Brown made :Mrs' S Grids; :Mrs' Ellison Rosier,
.1 on the size of the trees and generalsoil :Mr' and :Mrs Howard, of Belmore u business trip to Lake! Butler :Mon :Mrs\ :\1. C. Rosier :Miss Parrish, Theiodore i For the Relief of Rheumatic Pains fingers

I conditions The following: mixture were visitors here Friday day. Rosier, Mr. and Mrs: Eltu Ros-i 1
will give! a fertilizer analyzing about Lucy Reynolds l of New River was I O.V.. "aswell, of Starke county icr. nlLnn: Thornton conducted Whi you have stiffness and soreness -
of the muscles
[ aching joints and
10.t1.200:\ ;: :! pounds Iii\ per' cent acid here Friday' on business. agent was in this community Tuesday the services. |
find
,phosphate. \ .100. pounds cottonseed, Ann Proctor of Lake Butler attended vaccinating: hogs: for J. S. and B.E. I Theodore Pearce was visiting relaI it difficult to move without pain
meal 100 pounds nitrate. of soda :!OO the :Masonic' meeting: here Sat- I, Brown. I tivis and friends here during the week i t'with try massaging Chamberlain's.. the affected parts
Liniment It
pounds muriate of potash.-L. A. Xiven I- urlla)'. I II George: ;Miller was a business visitor lend. I willnlievfi
| R. B Rosier was a ,visitor to Lake the pain and make rest and
in The Progressive: Farmer |(i I O. M :Mimes: and wife were here on to Starkc! Friday. sleep possible. Adv.
Last :Mr.[ and Butler Sunday. -
-- - -- business Saturd lyMessrs Saturday evening ,
e, err OFT TIII: cuinn sM TE\I:: I : Tom Mills' and little son, :Mrs.' Tom Waters entertained quits Henry Phillips was a visitor to the
.\: > IIK.H; TIM: I'IIES! : I Kith and John Surrent.}.. made a business a number of the younger set with asocial home of Wesley Rosier Sunday after- ( No Worms in a Healthy Child
i noon. All children troubled with worm hove an 110
trip to Starke Saturday. gathering Various games which
i hrolthrcolor inilkatri Mind.
The credit system is the most dangerous :Mi IIn,11 I ; ',-. I.1..lbernstly" ) \viievisitors 'I were played until a late hour when :Malcolm Rosier. left Sunday for a..I rule there I. more nr less stomach poor dUrurlm and .n" A
enemy of the cotton farmer to Gainesville Friday I'loach one departed" for their home, expressing ''few days visit with friends and rela- GRID S TASTELESS chill TONIC given. itu I "

r Creditors. compel\ him to sell. \ his cotton 1 (rheslev I I."",' was m Gainesville" on themselves ail having enjoyed II I lives at Star e. I I prove fur two the or diuntloo three wrrk. end will act a enrich J a G<'nrrnl the \"h.1 M,r.I,.,,,,,
below the o-t if production' to ', .business.. Satuid.ivMisses '. I the o"'asion. I'I I.ouis Harris. |.atj' Varnes, Arthur I ..nlo.Tonic to the whole y nettle store account Supply merchants : : V'mnie Lane' and :Mabe[ Byrd :Mr' and :Mrs' JI L. Colson. of Bland Starling W. \\'. Forsyth' and Bart' throw 011 d. dl'Pf'lIh..wnrms.and,I the",1111\,I w," I I. I
In perfect'' health Pleasant I
to take 60t LLGG
3, feed. his familv and plow stockat were in Starke on business. Saturday were in this community Sunday. :I'I Register were attending to business I-i r I- i
d credit: TI "..s '-oe" :March! I until Th..I't.u- a surprise. party givenat Olson Thomas was a business visitor 111 Raiford" Saturday.
Si the harvesting I to Dukes Saturday morning. '|I I :Mr and :Mrs Jesse Starling were !I :Mr. Wider Cured of Indigestion."Some .
period and then demand the home of :Mr and :Mrs J. n.I Doesn t hurt bit!
every bale of cotton as fast as I Reynolds Saturday evening :Music :I :'olnrion'ater" attended church at visiting! relatives in Lake Butler Sat- Frp"
it is ginned; to pay debts This system and dancing was enjoyed until a late :Midway Sunday. unliy' and Sunday. time In 1909 when I that corn stops aching corn, instantly
precipitates a tremendous: rush of spot ;hour.. The party wa a most enjoyableaffair I I Quite a number of the people of I 'Hardy/ Harris and son were in Rai attack of indigestion and everything had an it right out Yes hurting magic, !then you lift

cotton on the markets, and the price and they wished :Miss Reynolds this community attended church at ford Saturday on business. looked gloomy to me. I received A tiny bottle of
is often below the !1 Oak Grove, Alachua county Sunday. The many friends and citizens: of a Freezone cost but
depressed cost of many more surprises Those present free sample of Chamberlain's
production until practically all of the I were :Misses :Mabel :McKinney, Bunie I :'ols"'ir/ ie Thomas is visiting her Elarbee regret to see Mr. and ;Mrs. by mail. I gave them trial Tablets SumcTentnf at any drug store but U
a
''I'i ter, Mrs: J. M. :Mott of Lake Butler James Newmans moving away on the and remove every hard corn
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crop is out of the farmer's hands Ai Graves.: Florence Walker, :Mabel Byrd >! they were such a help to me that I soft corn" or corn between
a result of the disastrous effects of i F.ffle Sloan Alma Price Daisy Reynolds ', this week. farm.We bought and the calluses the toe,
business Jessie i :'olinIary: Bailey, of Gainesville, are glad that Miss :Maud Futch a ravage and T can truthful without soreness or
low-priced cotton every interest :Mesdames! Rosa Jones i irritation
has regained her health and returnedto ly say that I have not had similar
school here Monday. a
as well as the farmer suffers. Jones, Ethel Reynolds, J. R. Reynolds, opened a private attack since Froezone i Is
1! her home in Elarbee writes Wm. B. Wisler the sensational) diicoT-
t The remedy for low-priced( cotton Rosa Price Messrs Frank Beville, :Mr. and :Mrs. W. W Thomas and again. cry of
of LaCrosse visited friends Linzy Futch attended the picture Douglassville. Pa.-Adv. a ?Cincinnati genius- It !fa wooderful -
\Vil- family I
is a simple one. If the large majorityr Willie :Maines. Frank Reynolds, .-Adv. No. 28...


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\l'oii".,...,. -Uit't1, ,! I I. '" .. ::0'; ., II 01!, ,.,. I I'lM 1I'ihlV I; HILL Joe Suiii'iuand) sister, ', Rosa, at- -ut". h-,.--lull, I of pnnii'lalnt flint -In i-nl.l- .. I
MN* I I'luhs' i. ,' I I", ., "I 1'111 I II II I-- I I J. II. RITCH cmwa onI" t
r x nun. "Ii ; 'teiulvil. chuuh at Hrooker unola1"I'.nd" \'. I fi 'u Momlny' the 2ml ilny of .
'I I il"n't think 111 l-2t-6mo. AJmnlltrator.I "i ':!-: ..II, ,Irs': l I..: allvBltlonn; I .:r nalil;:r'i'II"wr.i; .
to town 1'1:0.' I ,
4,11 "f Willio Fowler are'glndto .
cAn Hill. :))0. The farmers of .
: \11 __...___." May I t,,'i., ,n at ciinft'iiiit'd by Rnlil d..r.,1.. I.
"(4. this *eition are busy lighting grass \\elroim linn, in our midst, ho having M ,i- fuiilnr. onU-rxl that thl. i.rl-r t.o pub.lutl .'.
I I li! -iiiiiivion i i ; I ns coiiipli-tlng i I a1lcnilli. I Notice ".' 1 u.,m uft Mi-pk$ for live eonirtititho wirkvi 'S
April Fool's : unit !served r'L\ "I'ul months in
laying by crops' overseas tin I II, ,,. ,) ,'" telegraph
: .\ inilet an lioiir Inter I . whensniiietlilnc ,'..vil' I lie :: : ..I i''i'i. 'la': nrwrapiiii ,
I \V. D Ilulton was a welcome \i-utor, !! has! lots of int.'r"til1gIhinlts I- r ''olulOl l! h il I county ami ..
Paradise I I -II mj sterliMw.. propheticsiiiinibliiK I among friends Sunday. I to till Ins friends. Six months after date hereof I will Phi Muv i ,,. 'I'M! "i. .
W T.
i l -iiiiide him gliuu'e out of Mrs. A. O Kinsey and little daughter Masterlallu, : Surroncy was theTiiest present my vouchers nnd final account Clerk Circuit WEEKS;, Court
Ills I limit win.Inn.I through which" the to tho lion. Gco. A. ny. R. A. WEEKS
I returned to their home in Camnts'Illt. of AKin '. Gardiner County .
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I ( (( .mllns Sunday.Miss . I. ,'sKl.i.
By: EDITH MORGAN WILLET Vprll' .iin wns nowmlilnlng, effulgently.Its I \ Saturday. They were accompanied ;Mae Judge/: of Bradford County Fin., and t. :7.. ,\fIlHNiI. Deputy: Clerk ,.
('lemons
hfiiiiis' lay III gulden shafts over him" .returned : ask for final discharge administrntrix Solicitor' for CiimiilalnanlB2SI. t
I l h>' Mrs. Kiiua'y'H mother Mrn. J. honlfront her my /: I
4*! the sin\t.i| | Inwn and across It, from E. Clemom-i( school at Waldo. | of tho estate of J. E. Barton I
Air. UIIIIII"i"I", I,..'I ''Ii was it-spon-MOic I the ,illroctlou of the hotel, could b* C'urlVuid of South Carolina ii Miss :Mac and :''Irt;. Hello demons |deceased..

>r It. So. llItt Ul'uII.s win the first of '''I .seen strolling. leisurely a man ami n \\isitinir his grandmother, :Mrs C., M. were guests of Vera and nORa Surrenvy This :2Hh! day of January. 1919.! In Circuit OKIlFIt' ( :Court.IDU Stair i'l'iut of noN
Klorl.la. EliththJuillclal
;\prll-our HiK'li'iit fenst. ilay snored to gIrl t! There wan no mistaking them. I'm htbtcr. Saturday afternoon.I. I EVELINA HARTON I Circuit, Itrailfonl:: County: : In Chan

' the observiincu of iiructleal Jok(' I'omeroy. hud fctolen n march on HtnnlnKtun \V. I'liiholstcr Sr. celebrated hissU'efltythil'ul 1-2-1-Cino.( AdminlstratlnOKDKK cery.U '
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It must I be uMilnlnril' Jut here thnt or \\ hut wus worse -n walk -- -- C. Puihvr.Coniitlalnnnt..
birthday Sunday relatives .
Butl WIIH a horn joUer, having u pens* with I'h//I./ MICKIE SAYS ami niMl ,
friends
of humor. ia lii eli might truly be culled t Tlii rest of Ih,' seemed (In- attending, 'iul nil : FOK P1111 IT \TIONIn I
morning In r. FUhc-r
report 1111,'"' time und plenty of din ,, Circuit (",,,"rt. Slnltof' Klorldn.., Rlahlh
6U1 0//.:. from the fact that he In- termlimlile to Itennlnh'ton. It luiriclenred "' SSIIZ.\\ THIS MERE POPULftRURNM Imllilnl. Circuit. llmlf.nl Tuunty In Chuneery I 1'.r..I"nl.. I. -'
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tIer.Ve Mr.\ PmhoUter ,,
liupe many I It .i'l'are. I liy .rlolnvltI'.n..t. to ti, t tItu
variably practiced, It ut other people'sexpense off tit-nutmlly! iifti-r nil with o.,, \\."" : nttto inori' hi i't Iirli. 4.Mtflk .1 I ,'u. nl.h. I ,ill III.,1 I In. Iho ntxmt .tnlcil. eau... that
(1111)I I t ibis purtleulur' moniliiK') H tunjiioliie", s\| .' uli\e I,, ii nil, underfoot 1 PRINT TWE N o.MO\: B.MB.NBOONTlUS ComiOnlnnnt.VI, . | Ml,In (' l-'l,i'r. tho dif nc1nnt u thorcin.\ niimoitin ?
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) II .n HI. lint of 1 tlio Stat of 1'10','''.. and. all"
for lustrum llu-mlly, no hams' had a html .earlhln I .ss I tnt|, I I cried I Innn ..
I posltlvt-ly' I IN V4ECK O' Tut VslOOOSOMC6 \ 'm ii r,'-il-,,' of tinStain of PlorlilH. but co.
bem "|""1'1.' I for thou ",i'l rig. lliit I Itoniilntiton's I maclilno o.1' LIa.St" Po. 'IE "'R. ,'" N\\' l-TING HXs( ; .P.nilnlit.nl.b. I II | i-ia.I.! In.r>i.If no lust proem or pubpiwi t
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The d.i,> \\iis Ntlll youiiR, the hour j Stood uiigteiteil/ . III the KnriiRi'! I OPPti4' Ii' 'IOU NE.lER.Se beats bun jug them. Steve Hoover, I II t iipiu-arlnii, mrtilntlt! niipi-iuli. . tn Iho .inn.r tut nut nt>".In,milyiaiti ai>r\,"'il. upon her ovur tlti* n
bt-liiK S u. III., I luit iilreud.v I in onli'r! while I Its I Mil ,Illeil (In tlin. "I..".. inli.I. cniwi- that" .
tnctleliiiite owner Mt. Pleui.rnt ,
tinmped
mnodll.v IUVMI writes "Com
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lip I 'CUI'I.N' G e. 1"o'lOVttO'NN : ) ', .Vnntt Picks tl",, i I II I l I. ilKiifni onli-rc-il thAt mill "nll.hl",1
fi-nilnnl I Ihiritn 1 nnnu-tl, Un
l It |1'.1.1.1.', | old Mlxs Skli> find/ down iIID hotel pliuzii ninukiim ,I ili f. inliint, I In- nil IH hereby roiiuirc-il" to "|'|>unrto '
f'A.U\1' G-iT BlZ.ZS% AMD5OIWE. / menced) r.:1I1)1': ) my herd of about 100 nen-n-tiilinl nT I tho Htnttnf flnriilii, and ,
lit itt .1 '''''''1'1' ( tllril In nuiil cauutt crMoinlnv
< niinh, n fellow' hn.iiiler hud been I II freqiit'Ut clgarsi nnd wontlerlngluii. I MAol<.E. MEVMS' '.OUQ ) hogs B. A Thomas's hog Powder ihu Dint, clly HU> n-ftlilni nf MlhMiuK.i'in or .nrnr Slntiof' 'AtH Uh Viic.nmun Htnet, In i I i ..r ,I-. .It.. . I II In2ml ilny of Juno. V. t;
I. oi>eintid t" 1 upon' I with most Lt fiu-tury thin riuiplf would I'pt U i'll. They I hid I I ', I lot"'. i..?tin I, r i,... 'iilNuatlonn of until I.Ill will
'I NA.MENI.l.. BE IN '1'HE.PAoI' ( III') !!I' two nuinths njro. Fifty were *i\i-r UMnu<' of I nty-one yinwIt .
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lit- r"I. '" IIH 'u''ul t -N' 4 I liv until if'nuiniuIi
re.lIlh.i I not come ImoU l Io 1II'lI'h'nl1.I' III I. I Ninonl .. ... I I In I tlu'rorore) onlitnil, Hint? vaiil. non. ''nulilvnt<< '
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'>E\:I.:1., : '1>16s.e.\ e su'U and ill. feed. Nearby herds hadrholela. fmtlnr' ii .1.1 Hint thin iinli I I I.prut.
;JIKs SKli I| \\ nriii, hntptl trnvpllnR/ and Itiul 1 'di-Miiiii-il'' luiKtll\, !'llItlolIlll"IllIuself '- I:, Hifinunitt, "Ixi sari, (In hcnhy nsiuln-il, tu nppi'sr. I'i ito li.ln, 'I I in. 1. it mik f. r lUe coniii't-uIlM' Wfc-k
i I did not lose one-theyiiro tinMil of cnmpliunt. lUiil In nwiil caimu onor ,
had l u rut t like horror of rnln.nd It ; Iminedliiii I I .)nfterwnrd. III I ln-, > well .lu-Cori. Mnnihiv .I r..uai I itny of Juno. A. D. ill ,.thl lltllilloril, CollllU. I'.h.w..h.. H llt-WMU-
ami! fast. "I.II.t".1 unit i.t't.IiItt
growing u-u' i' ni HUH t-iiinty
\\IIK a 1.11 iriy ,luoniltiK. Slic hml. nl first front I I I'll!II.) olhi-rMlKv nlli-uHll..nK. of unlit MM will _
"i ibeen > nlnduu, where with un itnpntloncu May l 1.1.l liii' "'.
,
Sold l tnlion eonfiHNi-il ,
I by >o an by Hniil b'f'tIuuiut.
: uMiln.iril i "relerrliiK, / to BUll us nhkh I limu-d' Kriiiliinlly" I liiip''aitive "> J. C. ::: I It t In rur,.t i..r oiili'ti'il, I Ihttl I Iris ..r.h'r be ptlb- W ,I \\VKE1SS1; 4-
Mannini tnrke..T. I 'i.I 'Iu 1 C t"u-u'"III Court -
an I i'iiipi.\' lii-iiilud( JOIIIIK Itllpr." I nlnrni he "sat, soaiiiilng I tin llMhcd ."". n wt-t-k for conm'culive( wiwli* 'lly K \ \%'u-u-u.:I:l
. L. \ '
Diniirlms[ \ Luke;: Butler In I Ihv Drntlforil County. I'-kuu ri,"i.lr. n IUWHIUIlier .
Therefnie, nn I Imperil I live I teleRi'iim" drive us (he minutes rolled, by.AMint \V. L. O\erstrcct. : .puhlltilH-il. III imli. ) county. .unil I ululuI SIU.i I) ,puty 1 I'll'rkI .
I I-nwtey. \ I \I llINi4.:
from. ,her, I hiujer hud j list 111'1'11"11.6UIIIIII"IIII0 hml hlll'I"'lIe,17'hut: cmiMlinve I A. Andrews nalford.J. 11.1s I May 1.1. llllli. -i ., ..""I '. 2.6t.
W T WI''II"h.rl. :" \ ,
: tier. to =Ne\\ York on "111" lieiome of t llu-in? .
< "ml I Court
1 V. < ii
Jones
I Hnmptundv.
gent }IIIJMIKS", And ""'11 us tlio nil- At 3 oVIocU n dlstunt whistle |t"..". Hy It A. Wri-'kS: .
thor ..1'. It bin by his ,:u/)' sliiiimHKiiTilire. /: : cliiliiiocl i 1 the =New Yolk tialii I and smnnilniiliii t i W --- -.- 'iSRM.t\. /. AHKIN8. I I', ,,,IU Cl... rk

I' . )Inroiild. ( linnfrom' I lie next roomtin1 I Inter the lintel 'butt ,drew tip 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Solicitor. for C..I..I1I11"1.| r5,1? Il'V
+ L I K (J .\ 'I
I. :N 0 TIC I KS; .. .
) -munis i I of evolted feminine, lin"llt'I In front of the ilimr. df-p"-ltng' iII ----- - '-
unit ::1 i -111'111 M.lie., Issuing. iiiilntt'lllKihleFii'Mi Sklpuiirtli not to im-ntlt,>n her uinbrelhi + + A + + + 4 + + + + 4- + + + + OKHrit I ': KOIC. I't-tll I 1C.\ I-ION '
1-. I III. Chi'nit.' Court. State' of Fhirliln, Iiklith, fl
: waterproof II isO, und' sun- Notice I..,111..1. Circuit, tlradfiiril County I In (',Imnu '
Fi-i'Mi' I lim I to time nthi-p' titnoachlini dry rmrrelH."Sucli ,', rv.ls ,.

(eI I III. tun, nt \\hlih, Itiiil looked' I : n nice .iln.>. as I've hnd( !" hll.! :Six:: months nftermlate. hereof I willpresent : Ci Th..n"'.tnelnlnnnt"... *. LAt1e1'

a \little ,pinshe, ( ; for that !oI"l'OIIlI'olce A 00."'II Ii i'.tl (cheerful I! to a 11 tile group/ 'aI -
beloiiKi'il to Ml*" S'( 1'''' "I.th' niece ANSI milled I on the hotel lila ZZfl.V'holu my vouchers' :and, final accountto I I.,."," 'rui.rn.u, .. ;* ' '

and. Ins 0\\ II best "II'I-tlt. sole I should/ I the Hon. (1 co. A. Gardiner, County !1..rIII"1.It .. , , .
lea meet UN I got out at the" iipt. ."< 'iiniiif lniTMitMt tti"ii--i 11,1.l Eon In fai't why he at tueuty-otie> Grand. CVntrnl Httttlon hut my old. .linljre of Oradford.. County, Fin., nnd 'hill I HI.i .1 I i In thi ntimv ntuii i .1 t ..,unit. .ttml
.. ,
I 1 I. '".11 Hinnni". II, l IVn.lnnt I th. i. i'" IIMIIK, I i uI
with n fin-tune nni! an nutoinoUlle' \ friends, the AHertmis" Just III town II *k for my final .illschnrfro. / as admlni I II ?""".... .,,,,10 ntMK. ur thinth, ,, <.r i i ,,I i'i MII III" t
wns* ousting Imlh. at a ''uliin'him family i for the flnyVe: I lunched togotliernt g:: < nf. the estate of Roderick. I5a- .. I"-u. ." .I In or in .in,. 'Hi.,,. t..,MI, ,,1 II MMIMn
', i.ni\ ,,i I MIIi ,"'", ,tin.I., Ma', f < i k '"iinty
hotel Instuinl! 1 uT ilisport' log thvin at I the \\'ii Itil ir? and hiid) a delightful I ....,.. I.er, deceased. u's, i (ul h<. m.. of I., .oiu, i. HI'
Newport" or at I 1'itlin Itoiieh. tnlk./ Hut. what ,du Jim think ? Mr.Selfrld'e -- ,II. ,is tin ,u.f.,ri. oi.liri-il.. Ihtil HIM I n"ni "u. t I-i,..
The t tlioiiidit uf 'hyl .. I'nlsotn This :llth! day of January, 1919.! J .I f. iitliint', In- unit in h"I'<'hy n" "inn. 01 I t "'';1' 11 r
) on )( and his partner' were both : ,.
this --- --------- --- -------- - ------ -- -- --- -
r'd,1 iiiiinilnj/ hmvevur win out of town nail the office closed'Isn't '' '
not entirely l\t."-..II II', as I It remindedItennliiKtnn ,( It the moHt extniordlnary thing j

/ of some, one OMIn| the I about that telegram' ?" iE I I@I0X@I@"I XeI I@ I@ @I@I & M
house and he hi'i-ame suddenly. I Irritably "Shtt'g:;: had u lovely time however I@IW

conscious of nolHi'B coining from thankx to It," thought Ileimlngtnn

the veranda undernenth hU room. rather sadly. Somehow' although his : ,
"There's that 1'oineroy now !1" he Jokes were b..l1l1l1ntlylucc'sfful. they ,

mused llagustedly. "Trumping about had not turned. out quite to his untie-
and mooning up nt her window, as faction.

usual. Oh, the unutterable fool I Juxt Grimly he watthed u certain pair

because I'hylytt Is kiwI enough to notice come Into sight at last along the drive. 1

I him occasionally when I'm not the girl swinging her hat, while the A MESSAGE ABOUTADVERTISING

,,; 'round he has the truss to full in love youth ambled beside her with a jauntl-

with her I Or rather"-sntlrlcnlly- ness that struck Hennlngton as positively

"he hasn't the brass with only a miserable asinine. LII"l'nlnIInxllu81y h..

law business to depend" upon." heard. them, come Into the house, and

Mr.( Iti'imlnifc'tcn' stretched, himself a moment Inter steps OKI'ended' the :

luxurloiiRly In his silk-lined dreHKluK- stairs and, stopped' at Hennlngton's/ I
gown and,! rontlriut-tl Ills ..e "I'II..t1. door..

"I 8iii'poNe the truth Is. I'lijlys laorry "May! I come I In?" I Inquired. a masculine

for I'oiiieroj.. .; . Well who v"II'f'n<1 without waiting tor

wouldn't, b he ? \\lint a IllelEverj I l permission. I'onierov. entered I the room.

day hind, at work In (the city- -a beaming. glorlMed.!! altogether Incomprehensible :

grinding I U 0 fl.\ hnlf tlie 0 I gut o\er Ills I, I'omeroy. p

law .hooks'.. : (iee': I w"lIl1e.lhut. the "Ilelln 1 !I" lie !said. grinning Idiotically \

poor 'iltvll 1 ttniilil .do If some one left "haven't seen JIPU I before p u In y." FROMTHEU.S.DEPARTMENTOFLABOR

him II loinini" I --or II fuke toriiuiel I PJliuiiiulii Here, quite uimei. .essiirllj.. I... strodelu.ross !
' 11'n (kits : I HOW'H that for an unil, shook !nnlngton unrinly.

April I 1"oJ', :" 1 by the hand. "\Vi.ll, old. 1m}.-" t h 3

I'lilhntf a pioi'o' of paptr tonnril, him, The received dllllilent I t I'omeroy calling

he ..i't.'i i it..I l a pen with care and) began any one "old' boy !I" <"
to wilie : t LiIF
"1'ork out i your coagriitulntNinsevery t -
:New 1.
York1'1'11
My l >em/ sir: one of 'em. Slie accepted'

I IIIIM- just posited, to your. credit I tell" you, nina, t'lijlja has " "- ,11I"1.
YOU advertising then advertise he- J
' -nf- lii.. niih I .Vienna hunk-p--: of thin city. me !". ,, are not ,
tin. si"" "I' sj:! r"MI. the amount with \Whit;| else heMallllnbl ..\nlieriintfienzj I

tnti" 'MSI nt \0 PIT" "-,'nt of II loan/ made t the xtilcken I ItenriiiiKtonould I i i I I cause it paves for and it reduces
money you
to miIn' I MIIIIinilier ten yearn ail/ ". I not 'qultt I take I In. 'lln-iv was 11 good.

refill) MI i > mm.h I) (tliut I wux unahle, deal about, il|lee rolsom's' angelic characteristics r

i to r..iy|>:> it iliiiinu his lifetime, but am I'otiieniy'H own I Increillliligooil J the price to the customer. 4 -

onl> I Insl,, I I In lomlltlon I I to discharge I an fortune and,I then II confidential t t i -

ol"ill/Kilt: Inn uhlili hue laid 1 very. heavily. outpouring, ill" I the subject of an unexpected rtrI
on thY mind. :I> couple of u thousand: (that Inn,!

E'II.JUe, with sincere regards, ,lrlf.11r1, (that m"rlll"g-Ih.. very. capital " I It insures hon Ii.i .
Advertising profiteering. I'c
Very truly. jourM, he hail, "", "nit.., for. HO long In prevents

I ijigi/: ii'4 \\1\111...... order. to get I Into Jreen; & Wiildrop'M I I "

Pursing hiM lips thoughtfully, he real I estate otlu...." i est profits and makes them permanent. 1

now proceeded to forge. u check, and "4\nil, do you k iiu.\\'. Hud" I I'omeroy.

then eramnihiK tht I letter with Its enclosure volunteered. huolill I ly'. as he at I leiiKthverged 1

(Into n I InislntHs envelupe, townrd the duor, "If It hadn't NIi

turned the latter over In order. to write been. for thnt blessed money coming/:. _
(m It* back In tiny letters two mean I don't believe )'(1 ever. have had the The message of the U. S. Department of Labor -

ingful words appropriate, to the Reason. Courage to propose. It just made everything _
"IVrhaps he'll fvv them when he possible,, "
to merchants and manufacturers and to all -
doesn't Hml the money at the bank" Oddly enough, It was these lust progressive t

Bebnlngton surmised with a grim. words that settled I'otneroy'a fate up

chuckle, "and then won't he be ripping to that time hanging on the balance American business men is to advertise.Tell .

I' of hi. /listener's distracted\ mind. &

lie was Mill hard at work five min For a moment after (the door cloned

ute later when a knock at the door on his happy' unconscious victim Hen

made him start guiltily. But It was nlngton stood struggling fiercely with I the public about goods. The '
only one of the numerous "Huttoni" the resolution that was gaining possession p"- your consumer ,:

In the house" t'lI..lng. a steaming of him. [ ]

smoking breakfast-tray.. Hennlngton Then ixjiliirlng his shoulders determinedly has plenty of money. He is willing to spend it

ballet! both jubilantly. "Got a Job for "1',,"," lIe said between his

you Sam" he announced ;Now' listen' teeth. "It's the only thing to do I n..w-
and want him to spend it American-made
my boy. the only thing, for a gentleman to do." ,- we on
Wheeling around he dropped, hla! ,
And. seating himself at his writing. /

voice In n few whispered directions. desk, I'otneroj's. (voluntary benefactor products. The easiest quickest and most eco-
There was the clink of coin followedby ,
with a few strokes>> of the pen converted -

fervent the:1..011I:"Tank of ;je African, sah. teeth Trus'!ami me a, tangible!an! April 1nc"JcIJUllt.New' Fool's: .Paradise Into a nomical way in which this can be accomplished .

', Cab !I" Plastic Material.

Gazing anxiously at the dining-room A new plastic material that can be is |
by advertising.Start
door Hennlngton saw It open ud-, put to many uses In the arts Is made. .

denly. 1 by melting glue or gelatin on water--
"Hear me ':" erk-d. a familiar hlith- bath at a temperature slightly below i

pitched voice. "Here's' the trap already' !- tho boiling point of water When the

: I'hjlys deur. just j get my glue Is liquid a divoctlon of hop (lowers your campaign right now. &
bag ; hurry. In dilute oxalic arid Is added, and '

"Ah. there's I'omeroyl"! the Impurities are allowed to settle.

lie glanced( down at a tall young! The liquid I ts then poured Into carefully AaA"

man putting: on his! hat In the hull leveled. shallow molds, and allowed to "

and then drew oiuk. with an IrrexUtlble dry In the air, forming thin plates. It (jfOjpt

chuckle as the form of !Sam appeared can be dyed any color ,desired after !
solemnly In the doorway holding I which It I h. treated In a bath consistingof U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Fu l

out an rmelope. with these portentoun a mixture of formaldehyde/ alcohol '
0 ords,. . "Special-deliberate! I let- I tannlc acid glycerine! and water. Thlhardens 1'

toh ah':" the glue: renders' It Insoluble) @ W. B. WILSON ROGER W. I
Secretary. BABSON Director-General. Information & Education Service
r.miM'.j. i took It. !So fur. so good1Tliei : I In water yet leaves It quite plastic. A
'- '\I im the crisp rending of.

' paper' 1'.01.1! l I'}' silence.At Developing TheorIst

last 0, .Tli', niie looked' In through "Jud Tunklns says he's a scientific issmf
the front dour' a girlish figure In it fn rmer." i 4

white duck suit "I hope you haven'tany "Yep" returned farmer forntossel.

t.ad news Mr. I'omeroy asked "Jud has got so scientific he'd rather
a voice that made enalatftou. start in all hi" Mine all"II<1lu' lecture *" iTr ?
put > Jf o IC JIf0 4 :
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uuaciouaiy!
than run a cultivator. r &?&Z4' *









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KICADFOKI COUNT TKI.F.GK.M'H. STAKKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, !MAY 39. 1919. I
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I ; :;; ; ; : given to the world the host! uniform I TIIEKESSA |I pastor of the Baptist) church. i

-- I SUITS FOR WEARON / yruduced, by (tin- war, Is n garment I ,' ;Mr. Pnrrish has been discharged, I
that was taken' up by women Its 1'hel""II.111); HO.-The farmers of ':, from tho military service only u fuu
usage BDggcHted mats that wore Modi- this section are busy picking beans ;! vvi-i-ks. He served in the Rainbow division

County News Items? 1 1InUrotln I STORMY'.' DAYS fled Then editions leather! of skirls It. were taken up and looking tilling tine the soil. The crops are in which and he was was in twice three wounded.heoxy battk-j Tli-,-

for Sports lust year, and they hirebeen Jla"Lcr.thul' Moorer left one day I young J people 1 arc'l.1I known in tin,
retained, for rough/: weather In I last week for Jacksonville where he
; noction, and they are honored an.I.l I
'hr-
facts During theVeck by Our I Leather, Waterproof Cloth, Rubberized large cities. Leather/ has been worn will spend some time. loved by all who know
In tnn and, In black, anti, there lire Coals them.'I'I
I
Wo ,
Regular Correspondents. arc glad to report that Grandma The lligginbotham '
Material Amongthe of It made of :
that shiny kind which
Cobb is much I improved at this charmingly dwornted and the house t

i __ ;+ i Favorites.RUBBERSOLED one onco saw, ou policemen.Itubberlzcd I I writing, and hope it wont be long before und yard wore filled! with many friends
a Lam. '-".' -T-.er_ ''''__.L ''' ........,. selen I. l'1..lh11.. brought/: In by she will be out again. who wished for the! couple
...- - '-'- the young longand
I
I r IlKOOKUUUrookcr war. Khakl-colorod covert cloth Lester Hall, of Kochclle spent' n lives.Mr. .
uy. I happy
/ i'I and gnhnrdlno were returned, to fll"hI I j day or two here last week with relaIIK
binn.nnd cucumbers ARMY -
> BOOTSBurd."some
Shippinir I|I
J = ion through/: the wnr. Sheepskin. collarsand : IIn,1Irs.: Tarrish loft on theafternoon
:May Ui!I -J Kt-v. \Voodnnl), he hit of the day now for the farms i and friends I I train forn short
cotes honeymoonufter
came about
t>f Dukes, filled, his regular/ appointment ( I s through Its! use U. W. Hinson and son, Bert: and will
as which they return'
I n lining for British Extra; and make
cunts.
at the 10', .... Will liiipli.-it church) Remember, prayer meeting/ Sunday Footgear la Displaced I ('IaudeIay; were" visitors to McRue''
( high; leather 'boots have boon their home in :\1 II xv ill t'.
Sat unlay and Sunday to IIIIXO and uttontivo 'night ut the Free Will Baptist church p Sou ester Caps That Fishermen i I: sized< since Am'rl,11'nt emplin- HunIII, )'. Mr.\ Hinson stayed there for
Into ._
the
.p uudicncuH.Henry nt 8iD::!f new tune. H. H. Brown leader Wear, Some of the [Innovations i i find< now leather war | a few days to be at the bedsidu of his ---- -- -
J cups and! hats with
1 J Sowcll of Ciiotor. fund, was and choir! practice afterwards.W for Rainy Weather. brims like the Now Knglnml< fishermenwear J mother who is very ill. I

in our bun. / Sunday) 01..1111I1. i tlK-t |)> al have como Into fashion I :Miss Kstelle Woodnrd was a visitorto MICKIE SAYS
:Mr.: and :Mrs.. I.. :-1I\.III1I1.J; :Mr. amiMia. New \"ork.-\\'om..n should, take tho Sampson : ""
On )last Sunday "fll'l'nooll1ay; 18 France brought/ out u host, nf now City Saturday afternoon. "f Ecz CITY PAPERS ? 1 i
children Sunday i
S.I..ll:
and spent rainy day seriously. They should, not umbrellas :Miss Daisy :Moore\ has returned.
Miss :Mamie Pyal) and ;Mr. Johnnie since the war, because' tho ) MM POKE PUN o.'fS PER \ I
with ivInlixoK at Iluiue. I Have up fur It ; they should) prepare fur Frl'nrh"I'n I homo from Starku where she has been
1\IrK, 'liv.. llji/.cii!: has: l beta on thin Vatts were quietly married nt the It. ndvlses n prominent fashion writer. ............".. 'r... .,.... u., .. ..._,..were.. . "'.compelled. _. ... to ntt."Ii'HP a..I".1 1EULIN' 'BOOT PAVJU JONES' \ I
I -k-I; bill'j" better this home of the bride's; parents :Mr.\ and The "flu nnj./i it iii t"tIllgl'ttillI1' iuctho -- ' NEW CHICKEN:: C.OOP-
{ .!.: list at writing! ving up process' may sound bad, weather( down | lion, Hall; was a visitor to
i llu Belle: Crosliy m visiting relutivua 'Irs. !I"'. Pyal) Ii.! W. Lewis performingI ( wise to philosophers" and< It rimy appeal "- were Amerlnin to the war, nndthere 1 Suturday' nfternoon. Hampton t r EUT,6Y HEK\. VME NEVER
1 f in Jacksonville, this uc-uk. I he! ceremony. Their many/ friends to financiers when translated In who thought, I; fAt.l FEU NO &\,)FF '13 OUT
I
slung Ihe'.tint. KilmerVoodard,
/: rlmnm-l ; but the |i was n visitor to
I,' T. I'. Wuril. of HumU't, N. C., wus wish for them a IOUK/ and. happy liftIIVK -. terms of coin ; but when It applies to Ohio truth Is that (ho French woman.prob-i Sampson City Saturday afternoon. ,{ MRS AtQERNDN tAOWQfVMPlFFUfc" -
here" last, wook-oml IILl''II"JI) ; to busl- ? npparel( the philosophy. ami the prnc- even of the ||I Clarence : glLTS 90MOERQNIAN OUP
poorest' class, N not used i' Manning, of Harwell: lill( "
: MI LI': tlco mire nil wrong,: I..H.1'HE\ PIP
Ness to walking
/ ( Insi I reels, In fair or foul spent I Saturday nnd Sunday here with
Miss HllllldwlIo1rl'll.: of Jackson Can any woman answer the question weather t and vvhcu tho war compelled friends. I AND A COTTA OTHER
ville', spent| Sunday hire with ;Mi 3Inna Five :Mile, ;May m.-.II"III'y:!(> Dowling (IS to why she should Ionic her worst. I; Last Tuesday several of the flll'm.I I j ITEM\$ \..1KE'fHAf WITCH
I I Ahernnthy.Mrs. and David Richard l spent Tuesday here j Ion<< n dm"I when mime needs, to look her ers drove their eows. to the dipping, -rHEI'o1"'+t PAPERS
; I'. ;M. l ISryanl and daughter jl>est? Why ,does slio feel that PRINT DO WE BOSS ?
.I,+hill/l and, haviiiK rice cleaned. 'I IMr. every vat and,! dipped them to the number of I ,
J Inez, who have been 1i1""Hlilllr| sumo" : and, ;Mrs. It. L'. ptiko were Lrad- I'j occasion In life requires! a certain kind IT.'i I I head.! I

tlimi' .with t relitiveH'" at I'lant! City, 10turnud lug in Worthin, ton Tuesday. I' of cootumi. except, a .ilny of bud! weather 1 I G!. \[1. lielinott and daughter, Rhoda, I NOPIi: !
I'
home Friday :Misses Polio and, :Mae Duke andNorinu ? Thinking along the right track c YiY were visitors. to Starke 8uturdu) .

:MesKi'H. Harry riiik.ston and, Carl Dokle' were guests ; i would make one confident that a npectnl i airs..tIice: Jones and! niece, :Minnie
I llrown utE: / lie r, attended church inHruttKtr Lena Prawdy lItllrdIlY.n. of1"1| costume for n rainy day 1st ns necessary (lagan!: were among the visitors to
:Sunday night .."" PHVCO/ of Taylor county who j ns one f..rI ,dinner party. Tho! Hampton Saturday, afternoon. f 1 1j
: alnbry llarrell, of Did)] Bradford attended has recently received his discharge! overage/:of woman In fact, the vast majority H. M. Mersey and. S. B. Woodard,
church here Sunday night ut from the army visited, relatives hero women will toll you thnt they wore attending/ to business in Starko
their !
wear out old clothes when the
the free Will Baptist church. Thursday I Saturday.
skies nre gray, the snow files, nut! the
' :Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kurrt-ncy uII,1l.hiltln'lI. :Mrs Jno. :Mott cf Lake Butler, wasit rnlQ Bonks the atmosphere and floods Sunday'! school j is progressing along % ;

i\t .llll'k"onvill.- .. -utK'Mt.. n_ Inst--- -. business visitor here Friday. the Btroota.. very_ nicely nt both_ __churches. I ir
week hero; with relatives.; ; :Mrs P. 1'. Peklo and, son. Julian There are Individuals, who achieve .\ .u w. [u"'. hIrs. Wallace! was a visitorto

:Mr.\ tad :Mr.s> n. It. Colson and son, visited relatives in Lake Butler Sat In life the distinction of wearing! old t Hampton Saturday

Ilessie, spent 1 Sunday afternoon lit urday. clothes ns well ns they do now ones ; ;Mrs. R. :M. King and, children" visited I
Worthinirton. Oren Deklo spent Saturday and Sunday of Investing any costume with a certain relatives ut Brooklyn for a few

1':1.10111I'1tt'r/ of Oroomvood, S. C.? with Nelson Dckle. chic But these are Individuals, days
is home ...nI visit to his 1".n'lIt"1: r. Mrs. ,1 lno. errl''n11'; and :Mrs.. P.I rare typos among women who nre en- E. A. Gaines who is employed at
and. 1\11'''. J. l P.) Baxter.Mrs. 1'I Deklo were, quests uf11'; and ;Mrs.Math . vied by all the others and. who mire enabled F Waldo, with the S. A. L. railroad was i

\ Reddish, of lleilhronn Spring I, : 1 Roberts Sunday.J. through this personal achievement here during the week-end with home- I

i i" 11I'no'I..it ill her daughter Mrs. J. S. preen" visited Waters Sun :, to he economical If they so de folks. ___. I \ rxnaPllfiu6M.o6
, C. Cone. day. sire. They nro u class apart, they nre 1 :
Joe HIIIT"II"y111.1 sister :Miss Ross, II. S. Long \\'n"'i"iting' in Dukes) not models for other women. No one I I II IIir.RIMiOTIIAM.I'AKRISH: I -----
nf Pine Hill, attended! church hero! Sunday.Mr. cnn Imltnto them An extraordinary } =!:Imtm= QI:2mWIJ:

ly Sunday morning. : and :Mrs Virgil Green" lire visiting I distinction In dross I Is n gift ns Hurry There was a very pretty wedding, P:i LOWNEY'S & FULLER'S
('111'1 Ward, is home this week.Messrs. his parents this week. ;Mr. Green Xinudcr anti not n hulilt. solemnized Sunday, :May 18th, at i
: ''. .John 1'inholsti'r, Frazier has/ just returned from overseas.Mr. I :Now cutting out those women who I p. m. nt the home of ;Mr. I D. A. Higginbotham R I, FRESH CANDIES

Shaw and I tiny I'inholstrr motored to : and Mrs. D. L Blumo were the limy do anything they plense In the when his daughter, Nellie t ijji::' Come Ton
I' \\'Ol.t hing-lon afternoon ronliti of dross, there Is a world' of and ;Mr. Daniel J. I'arrish of
Sunday quests of ;Mr.\ and ;Mrs. B. J. Thomas ] ;Max- I! ;
ci. ;Messrs.( U. (ioilwin; Lester 1'inhol- Sunday afternoon ,I women to ho )guided, counseled and vtllo, were united in the holy estate of ; \V. A. BESSENT

stor aid 1 N. l II. Johns motored to P. O. Dukes and family were visitors ('hlII'llo, the kinO of clothes they save I matrimony by Rev. C. E. Sounders! GtiIt CEfijl1Jt'JC'IiQCltEroKifJfJf.'iQIJ> ) <(iJK.C: ".I ttun
Gainesville Saturday.Mjs. at the home' of B. F. Clainoy, Sun tip' for luul weather. If clothes, cannot I
l lit' wom In the sunshine Is obvious ...... .. ....,...... .. ... ,, .. ,. .. ....,... .. ... ... .
A. It. Shaw and children, of ,day.: > I "'""'"" "Ii K"n ,. ..'r.-n '.L.m." ..... ",K"=K..lQ.li.J.uumu u. .....=....."T"'''''1'.J.' " ...., ''' 'M.\l.......',",tn'.
(;iuin\,,. were in town Sunday.Irmly :Mrs. Amanda Guinoy returned Saturday that they nre unbecoming! ungraceful, 'J r

( Kelley, of New River\ was from" Bushnell. out of style. They must have serious The Is The Last E
in town Sunday afternoon. :\li""Klrw: Duke) Norma. Dekle and d'C"N"or they would continue la harness. Hackney '
rt :Miss I Ruby Hung/ In the dark corners of the i
Oosby who has been
n..li.'I'e" guests of Miss PearlHuberts !
i visiting in Jacksonville for tho past 1 Sunday. closet, nod taken out only for the dark I f Word In Wagon Building |
two months, is home. Sh.'II aocompaniod .Marcus. tickle spent Sunday with his hours of the day, they cannot bo expected Coat suit of rainproof dark-blue cloth
l by11'; and :Mrs. H. Crosby friend J. II. Whitohurst.Pewey to /glorify or ('nhilo'eomlln's braided with black shoelaces Cap i d I
npptuiruncYet, one (lads almost !In- of varnished blue straw. High ,
{\ nnd :Mrs. Oarrott. Her
I many Puke attended, church
friends arc glad! to see her l nck. Midway Sunday.Mosdames at ;yurlnbly that these are the clothes leather; boot. reach up to the short We have just received a carload ofthese

Little I.oota and Pauline stern of : Bryant Roberts and \Vil- ;..which dot the streets on rainy days, ; skirt, and the high collar: la of aeal-I'' famous
that In the shops, and that do skin.
Plant City nro here visiting their Williams were appreciated callers\ I' appear !

grandparents: and ;Mrs. I K. T. OnKdwiirds. lit the. home of P. P. J Peklo :Monday. | duty at luncheon her to do this through/: the lack of i I\
...'.... ._ And what Is the result A woman _._ _.. _...___ _,._ _n_ LoL __ r
Komeo Itokle "IWlltIon"ay: '"A''' InLL 1111,113. ?IIC lounll .catDer,
"Eton: ntgnt'with J dresses herself In nil the things, that 'r.
of (Old Bradford :Marcus Peklo.) I oilskin and< umbrella necessary. i
j she dislikes and, has" discarded goes WAGONSin
was in to11lonIII: '.
) :Moss Hewitt is
t' suorinjf with an Entire Leather
i Suit.
"hrontl under n sky nnd finds, I
gray I
1'1.: /Hun-foot .
spent part of hutWl'l.k attack of malarial fever. ,
herself accepting nn Invitation to One woman turns herself out on the
:" in .lai-ksoiivillo) and rYnmndinn.Sunnier . :Mr. and :Mrs. ;Miles Kelly visited''Jtineli or dropping In for nn afternoon Street whenever her best clothes are '

1 and, :Michael\ Andrei" ) of Old relatives hero Sunday. [ ton when the suu! is" .shining the streets .Inadvisable, In n bolgo-colorod leather

Bradford,, attended church here Sunday :Mrs. Lily J.lmlWIIS the guest of'' pro dry and she looks like the symbol salt made by a sporting goods house Singles and Doubles :;u uIf
morning and night. her mother :Mrs. Mollie: Parrish Sun- ''of an old<1 clothes. shop.I The skirt Is narrow and short, slit '
4 :Soveral'; of our oitizons Attended ,day.l i I War Brought In Leather. In the back then lapped< over to allow ,
church nt !Little! Hock Sunday mora :Messiw. L. S. and, W. A. Deklo mind I Although the military touches In room for wnlklng. The trench coatIs I, ; you want the best moderately priced 1

F.lisha. PouKlass were business visitors ,, cut donble-hreasted, with '
ine.K. women's costumery have not been Inrge, s.
it is for
the market here .
.
: 1' cm
you.
Stewart spent the wevk-end hero wagon ,
Saturday. startling bundle pockets and straight, stiff cuffs
hero or aggressive/: outside of the ". I r, +
with his family. Oscar Dennison and bride, accompanied ;' regulation uniforms worn by war !In which a woman now places her Remember also that we are headquarters .,.
Leo (tiiinoy mndo a trip to Hague by quite a party of friends' workers there has! be'nIn Intro X:tat ion Sunday. passed through!!: here Sunday.! We wish I' umbrella and the knitted mil flier, I J+ ': for harness of all kinds. t
:Mrs. Oliver of Pine Hill, was in them much happiness. I which goes twice about the neck are I
town Saturday, afternoon. ;Mr. and :\11'8.Inll": Hewitt visited 1' In dark red., The double row of but I
:Mrs.[ C. II. Ni-wsom. of Old! llrad- relatives ;in Lake Butler Saturday. tons are made of leather and tnn /I
ford was In town Saturday afternoon. ;\1 r. and :\11'9.lIun (Green of shoes with rubber ,wiles and heels are J. V. ANDREWS & SON

:air\ anti :Mrs. There, of Lawtey, Brooker, spent Sunday with :airs.Green's laced up ns high/: ns> the new regular I|, .
pent' Sunday with Mrs. ,J. C. Cono nWlh.11'8.: :Martha Parrish. Uons will permit I,
The families of \\'. S. Nahh. J. J. Messrs. J. S. Howard and II. S. Leather Is costly, you know, and 1 STARKE FLORIDAiiocjot5fiatsacBSHaac
and 1 IL :Morgan,: L. demons does fool she ; tl
enjoyed Long visited Salt Spring last week returning every woman not that I k:
n fish fry at the river Wednosdny. Saturday. ran Indulge [In [It,. ntit. heavy brown . ""1Jt /fJt'1'ffl/ k:#'>TfnftfjCti tt:-! .R'If.-cct: lOIRnItlCu( > ; : II./ZICI/: ('in mCgm'tS( >fSGlt 1f.iC14
W. New-torn of (il'IIhllm.'n" in our Kussell Parri"h'i"itl'.1 BrookerSunday. tweed, whleli stands the ruin In an '
town Sat unlay morning. I admirable! ninnner, Is used, ns, n substitute I '
r MluflCt@mNV2QiIIk'kfihmCtv",147YL1i.N.ttXitiC3fklS.SCTOSIt. ; '';?9
T.
1 N. I.imlmngh and son, Thomas, :Misses Josephine plume nnd Delle\ by another, well-dressed woman.
of Stllr)",.. were in I..wn1"111"1): afternoon \Duke visited :Mrs Lillian Pekle one 'I OIr ThIt has a short skirt heavily stitchedat
attending,: to business. ,day last week. I the hem and the odd blouse, which I I r
1 Ono Hita: Ward. spent Sunday with J. N. Cininey, of Lake Butler was looks like. n Jacket. goes over the shonltiers i i
Iris liodwin; of Pine Hill. P i> fishing Tuesday. Is fastened" nt each side of the

Several of the) folks here attended, :Mr. and, :Mrs. :II"'It'ilIiams were wI chest ami, has a muffler ns nn attached EVINRUDE I
the reunion at the home The I buttons on this suit are I
of Hon. I. W. quests of Mrs I Mollie Parrish Sun I 0 tI .41nr.
.. Pinholstrr; Sr.,, 5undny.flee. day. of leather, mind the loops! thnt go over j!
Booth proaohod them nre of stitched tweed., There Is ;
the
at Free :Marcus< and Romeo Dokle wore bisnt'ss !
Will Rnpttit ,'Imr'hIollday: night. visitors to Moss Hewitt's : a tint cnp of brown leather mid the I DETACHABLE ROWBOAT MOTOR-
it Lucian and :Marvin\[ Ilnzen of ,day 'olon'j feign frhoes have nn heels, but thick, r.
Daiiit'-\ III" spent the week-end hero --.- I I extension fc'los nnd leather laces ?

tm with their parents.Mr. PKNMSONLKWISThere : :" : When Old Clothes Are Used. I 5 5If
: and, Mi'S. G.V.. Hazrn I
anti There are' women who cling to their
Oiildri-u nnd :Mr. and, :Mrs.' E. :M. Iln- wn n very pretty woddimrsolemnizod I I 1iV old suits and frocks for certain occur I Those trips on the water, with family or friendsare
ton and children, of Pill Hill, wore ; at the home of John \\'. 4<->n>). Nothing can divorce them from ,
vi..itor.. nt the homo of n. doubly enjoyable when there's an EVIN
W. Hnzen Lewis of Bronkor. when their eldest those gnrnn-nts as long as they hold ,
8nn"lii\ afternoon. daughter l Etha, was united in the together. HiiTrtt' of mind ( RUDE in the crowd Always ready to take
t Desmond Pukes) was in town Sun- hilly bonds! of matrimony to :Mr. J. O. ;| these women to use these. (' 'omp'IS//
ilay oftt'rnoon guest of friend \Dennison, of Lake Butler. Rev. R. C. umbrella days but the ",' ".. i? you where and when you will. Portable.-.
Dr. C.i. II. Cnrefoot and Inmnn Crawford of Lake) warmth them to I
Har Butler spoke the may compel get a attached to rowlm.it in minute. Easyto
any a
risen
I
of Worthinicton, wore visitors wards that made. them husband anti ; storm 6ot that coders all\ the .shnhblnes J-
c near town :Monday afternoon wife. | beneath and present* to the. outSide i operate, always dependable., EVINRUDE

:Mr. and :Mrs.. Lacy Duboso! and lit The bride, a very beautiful and ncevmplished !! world that .spick-and-span appear- tL :MAGNETO BUILT in wheel
tle son, of J fly type i
Dukes
spent SIl"ci.I1're\ young lady, of nineteen I sire which augict* that something .
with :Mrs. Puboso's parents, :Mr. nnd summers was gowned in white silk I| new Is at hnnd.i Automatic Reverse, more speed and power
0 :Mrs n. Shaw.
georgette erepo with hat and I accessories i The best of these storm coutu Is. of
:Mim Androu spent Friday to match and never looked! loveI I I ruhti,>ri/Hii cloth with i-np to match. I" I
hero with her brother E. n. Androu. her. The groom is one of the substantial \ It i Is made like u ch.>mi+<> froi-k. with

Sr. and prosperous farmers of the liinii; '.n-.' poi-ki! is at time hips n rurncdnp !-
.
Ph. v. :Moody tiP -d his regular "1'- Midway! section. etaff.colored: leather alt win *.. i .ft'III: the hem. and a wide nVhu Sold by
pointment at Little Rock Sunday. Besides the relatives of both parties r"3"-.ea ana I tapped! at back. Umbrella collar thnr buns tin- hark' of the neck I
Collie Weeks of Santa Fo, was in there were a large circle of friends knitted, muffler and velours. nnd f ,iteii* a>Tos'' the l'b..t with two
our town Sunday nftornoon. present! to wish them n long life of I rap are in dark red N-atli-T, 1>''llInll""$' The hlgh-wnlsted (Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.
-. Capt. S. A. Bryan of Stark leather
was happiness and prosperity. deli of other fabric than those worn belt fn"t'IIS In front with n
In town Tuesday morning.Harloy button
i.I'! Lciiihi-r, for Instance.
Itazen spent last Habitual Constipation CuredIn STARKE.HI''W S FLORIDA
weekendk \ !I.l hn! n.,'hln\l whatever to do Whot.er else you eliminate In your
in Tampa. 14 to 21 Days .. rain don't omit They
nppnrel. pockets.
> '
: f t'r.| tor shoes and
Mrs. R. J. Andreu and daughter and "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a speciallyprepared .. ''U:-. in.tr! rsi-opt:the t'on..tunt usage navit: taken a new !lease of life. The O\l'r tlo.oon ,ol,|..-u-rdbv25 Govrrnments.tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlimo .

r eon, R. J. Jr.. attended church here Syrup Tonic-Laxative It relieves for Habitual ,' > ',1.! r< on the street of cltri soldiers have taught us their smartness -
4 Saturday night. Constipation. promptly but has theirconvenience.
. mint necessity taught us
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days I. ti. :its Introduction for
1 The families of E. I.. Crosby E. J. Induce regular action. It Stimulate and L . .-I 1., :lie.. They must be big enoughto
Ward and Mrs. J. .Pinholster enjoyod Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c I I' .h .....iir ." the! sellknownrJ hold packages, anti warm enough to

y a fl.'h fry at the river last Thurla.ti per bottle. ,. i i i- -",,, ncoi! : that \.... protect the hand, (
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