Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 11, 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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E..tablls-h d 1879. Subocription-I'er: Year, $J.SO;') : Months: 75; Cent l'I 'nhlt' in Advance. K. S. Matthews. Editor nnd Proprietor.

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VOLUME 41. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 11. 1919. NUMBER:


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GOVERNOR CATTS M\IIE) AN:' -I I L,\\\1'1-------: LUvi h': KFIIF.Ii II tVI::_; 111'\ :S '\TElns: ; : I r I it'lGLE' \

INTERESTING AlMmE111LRE: I i THOUSANDS TOOK PART IN THE ( ( "; HUOOM I 1.\t'TOJY

I Lawtey, July 11:=\V. M. Ovcrstreetf 1 .i iko i Hutloi. Julv I 11 .-Tho en tin

Had I.urjtl'udit'nt't' rIte Fourths unclReccived I.aKe Butler, was a vistor to Law I town I of I .uke 1 HIIII'I':1": indeed! made \dilod Capital Will It,. |I'.d, to HeI ) .

( I'nl'rUU'llIplllu,.. tey'lust Sunday. FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION? to fool sad last Friday when news' ship Kusinoss of PI.nil.
I I 1"11"11'h"\ t ci' I thatYillio i I I ; Siaibmough

The visit. of Governor Catts to Ca pt. C S. Hill stopped over in 1.11\Y- I : I hud I )pas so I i into I the- 1 m'eat I Royond. I \. I Davis. .fI'.. .. me of :Stjirko's':

Starke July 4th semis to have hada tey Sunday' and :Monday[ to visit relatives --- \\illio hud been ill ton vvoi-l. > s und w us I w.11 I k lit.a'ii und most enterprising: ,

good! load of political hign'.ficunco. Capt. Hill! was enroute to I I in I tin- St \' ''h''nl hospital) I "> Wiiksllo , cit I i/c'ii-. hns' bought\ II half I inti.i't'st

In fact tow aids,! the close- of his very his home in Palmetto from New Thin tin FOIII'lh .of lulv' \\ a.i .Ic! ''I'I1.' t ti t'II:r f I'i i r t tl... ;u,ill.ti 11"ttttt, and] though bun', his ntllivtion with pllt 11'1\\('"' I m the business of t the1 Juiglov'' Broom"

eloquent' uddic-ss. ho asked the vast <-d to be a led "'tI,-! dav in lal"l.l'n MniK, "a-; ,lift.,tt'l I I liv t tinion- of ,I tlllI"IIthIIIIIIl'.1 i \ m l 111.-" bodvillii', i wusli' ('..ml'IIIIY. \\itli the addition of tho
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throng listening. to him to indulge York, where he was. called to receive I the opinion of c-veiy Stailu. 11117011, 1 to .:, I ilu' local fought haul making I ; )','afM of ago nnd wuV.>. II devoted I Icnpital t tlml :Mr. I DIIVIH brings to tho

him for a few minutes for a personal. 'his hOl1ol' bl,' discharge from the U. nnd not even the hard rums of the two the game( an interesting% I i one' from' ': ((htistiui, having !given his life to His. I, I firm) i it t s )pioposcd, to enlarge the mil-i

allusion It was. then he announced, S. army. weeks. before that played 1 havoc with the beginning The band was located' I Heavenly I :Mustc-i, eiitly' i in ::nutl1.) This. | put of "the plant nail begin n moro

his candidacy, for the United States Mrs O 1.. Thomas,, of Verdie our "highways und bridges" could in the giiindMtand" dining I t the game >...n.
Senate to sucoee-il Senator Duncan .i'ent the first pait of the week in down the hopes of n record breaking and enlivened. ?!i the occasion. with patriot host of ftiinds. I His I body I vviibiought I I thtiiuirhniit'states' Florida a a.I ndjoininpraggressive i .

I U Fletcher lie .said that he hadievened Law(. having )her house hold.! goods i crowd and a celebration urpn singveiythmg u -,'l'tiUlls. | from .1.IIIt'k"'I1FI'hIIlY" I I I I'M'. "

this. formal announcement put t into a mi i' foi shipping I i to Veidio.Rov I I "' i evor outlind for oui national That tlic' I-'ord line would be anI'vint !lung\' iiiiompHiiiiil I bv Ins i fat I In"r und I W 111'1'1"1' I the brooms nijimifni'tur-

for the )pit-sent. o'casioll. and was ', 1. A. Raw!-. nf Lake Jiitlc-r;; birthday-and it was. thaI I neatly evet'>'oni' would(I en mothi-r. :Mi. and ih 1I's. .1. II. Scuibotough '- ''oil, bv I this. lompntn' have bee'fl dis-

glad to he able to make it In a county filled his regular appointment at the The morning of the Fourth duwnd .In| >' \\ it- p'n\'n', .' the latgi1, crowd nail i tin- fiiiu-tul- I ""1'\1 It"I'S 'V 01't' jpluvod J I to t the t trade they have found

that hud I given him such a large majority L.... tcy' R.iptmt: church last :Sunday. i I bright\ and lear and at an early lining ( 'ht.iry. street at the hour set conduiti-d I ill t tl\<' Fust m I liaptist: m ihiitihSnturdav immedinte favor and it Is believed .

at the time' he was nominatedfor Mf. W.l1.: Kidding: and family I houi the crowds( began\ to ii ariive I in for t tinlan's. The lltinl Hire in I whiilithe I \ nfttinoon t hH,'\'. L. I n. that within n short time the company }

governor.Throughout. visited 1'.llItinn,1, friends in Jacksonville I own, L'vAy!: tram" dm'ing the day I t h t w.> high mon lacod it olT fm. first. I II Iplace' Kauls: iiHhinti-d" bv Rev: : S. :S.: Pun-tor, \ I will bo able to upplv,, n large portion -

the address and,I t the night be'foi'e brought, then- was close und S. l[). I II..ll'ix.I Tin- floial I nilerings I I II
govum the fiist of (hi- week t of t the high i class blooms, used)
an expert stenographer \vas Little Misses. Arthennno and Catherine hUI'dl'n to Stutko to take pait in the ( The tii' '\\ urks display on the school I I wore l htti a ti fiml. .showing I tho love : I in Floildi The firm piopoxcs to .. )

taking down his \voids in shoit-hand( I niamhatd ate. spending a few occasion. Jtj twelve o'clock the streets 1 inmpudining( i" the evening was espet't und uppteolation, of Ins. Ii f,'. Tho m- nli flu fnt't ii me onlv) u high class nrtllo -
were. one .dense mass. (>f humanity hilly good. and dow the dn "'" I Doklo, '
and it was suspected that others mteiested days in Jacksonville1. as the guests of > piog-1 termont Wits nt iH-motory anti will iitei I t., Iho class of
constitutive estimates. placing the : ..11m in n lic'i.hurst, of riitt'elni's. I llo I leuvos his. tieui tim do-
senatorial
in the nice WN'ehawing then sister, Mrs J. 15 Dye. to mnuin (It.'d'! I that t .demands,I high I quality)i ,
this done. but if they took 1 llaiold I Thoma of Jacksonville a U mbvi' at between ,4 1,01)0) and 5,000) ) \\inni'ts m the different events of I voted. Ch'istilln, I I'a"i'fl ti'. 1 two .sisters! ', lonving to olheis the handling of In-

notes in anticipation of the governor visitor to Lawtey the Fourth. and I no city has. ever had the pleasure the day were: und uti aunt I and numerous friends fc'tior blooms. .

filing any' heavy political. artillery 'I was J. a 1). I Randall. left last Friday for< of entertaining. a mote otdeilj ciowd 100 i ) vaid, diKli I : I IlIl1'uJ.l1111.I I. $500); and relatives' I ... -- -_ - :
disappointed Beyond than Staike did on the l-'ouith | I 111'1I.tllll) t t ('i'l icy, $:J!.fiO. Well done'. ', them good and faithful servant -
they \\eie '
business. trip to the north and east. ONlY: (;K \ liC.'l'ES i :: i FlU\) .
making the bale announcement of I in The day's. progiam began ut, the I High I jump 1 R: CiuHby, $500( ; I liar'old '
He will be about sixWeQis. Till: IU'IL'II(1UI.'I' !
i probably
I candidacy and indulging in a few gone hour .set, athletic contests taking up Uall I $-'.litl), Rest: fiom I thy' love employ
IT IS
\\ I 11.1. HE'I'I\'F: IUI IS I
witticisms he did not allude to politics I' the time i until I the hour of the} ,Pu,ratio, Pu"iultllll) : J Ray Coli,')', $5.OilNultei ; Iho battle is. fought the victory won, .
:Mr. and Mrs .1. C. Byrd i .
spent -
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the h.IU'clOl'k.( t .\ few minutes. after \ Kuhl $..litl. Knter: thy' :Mnstoi's ioy.Olm '.
and returned quickly to in .
the Fourth in Jacksonville with relMi' 'rt'iiu'li'rs Holding, "First I;r"d..if.\ .- t
conclusion of his patriotic address and Mis. Stalling IVrples and that hour to the stilling music of the Itiond, j jump I ( : ?\iV I I lie I 1'P; )>"I''OIl.'' $5; I i I llatvard I I. of Cie'orgia. visited I 'I.,, I Dr \\ $75: Month t'

The applause that greeted his announcement band the parade slatted fiom the) I lay ('olU. .>' $:'Jr! >0.Muli his ...1"t"I'11': ''. Ir. .1. :M. :Mann lastFttduy I .
of Jacksonville fsntur-
fairly but baby spent coiner of Cherry nnd I t fall I I headed by uuo: W, .J. Cartel, $.*>00) ) ; I
was generous
day and l Sunday near Lnwtey at the I I llnnid I mot regular I session. July tt Y
it could not be told whether the ut- the Confederate and, I'edeta I vetitans' 1 n.nini .MVIIICV $2.50.:! i) :?\Inl.tin Rimes' visited, in Lake Rut\ her I in :
home of Mrs I Peeples'* parents, :Mr. I I.. C. Powell p :M.
:Messrs
: 7th. with .4k
plause was. in response to the announcement in automobiles under command of ColW \. JllI{ 'klllg mule: (;ieorgo .Andrvu" $5.; :Monday.\ I

01' was provoked by thegoveinor's anti Mrs. Sam Iathis.I T. \Weeks. Next; in line came the I Fold Race: : Iln.v: I ',,111'31. .shock a-> .J. S. Vott,1.11',1., of t I DuKos' motoiod Pudge-It mid T. R. PinlioUtor ptoH- :
Robot returned to Lawtey
remnil that a cut has I John Spanishar" veterans. under. Limit A. I isotbers.' : F. F. Stump l fR.liO) to Lnko I Itutler 1 MondayS :I'lit
the first (I'att of the week from St. of tintwo lust 1 moc-tings
;Miniilos t I
four legs anal would run them all oil I \ Long The( \VorItiViii., veteiatisundir Tln li.nt i'List lug t tnlll'nllnWl11I'll"( S. I Pniitor. filled his iipi'ointmontat I .
for the citizens of Florida if they Geoige Oa, whenhe has been command of Lieut I 11 I. c. Rithard : postpoiu'd, until ThurHilay. July I 17th. Kjuford: SiiiidnyRi loud I I and I ii ft i'i' sumo hnd<1 I iititii slightIv i I

elected him to the senate. spending some timelie will probably followed the colottdmld, Waive'toiuns Ivotv? l hiiman in the r
The made' a fine I. spend J a few weeks in Lavvtey at under Lieut I Hornet ('. Lim- i V I ted t u> take pint i in this j contest)t I which Sund iyMis I bi-ing, as follows: That I i tofirst
governor very of his father J. RobertsA : . Khali locoivofm I &.
I the home I U: grade e.'rtiflemtt i's I '
Fourth of July address and it was ItO ugh bringing i up i the ioar. Sunnlr!>0soldiers will I t behelil I !ni-ar I the (juigli-v' I.u miter :; linifoid of Suiford, visili-d! Mr.and l .
A. Stokes of Jacksonville was services $7500! ) ) month
cordially icci-ived( by his hearers the ,, and VCt('Ii(flt4 took part I in I the & Supply' ( o.t. The 1>1'IZI'S anto bo :Mts i IMgut: :Milli-r' i I ntiirdav.l I thoii per

nppluu-c being frequent and gen'r.1' ix visitor. to lawtev last. Saturday parade and the sight of Riudfoid's: given In this firm" nnd, ate mi displaym ) .111.-l k( < olson. und wifo. of "Now River, That onlv i gtminutes\ I I ftoni" the grammar .,_'
Miss I i I'ldieclgo, Reddish" returned Mihoidx. I ill t the mini I distiUtRweie I ,
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tin, .
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fi-i oidot window
i t 11 :
> oung) imn manning in pel' winin j town Monday
home FrnLty, from :'>Macon CIu, wheie entitled I to I the ton dollar .bonus .4t
ousHe from, the onlookcis Tim. ,igli Bradford wellsuppliid
accompanied to Stuikc by ought iheeis county I is A. C Stniklund. wifo nnd l>abvdtovo
was she spent "several( weeks. the guest of )'.' ,,rod bv I Ilu' )board,
itt
Hon Joe Carman ihnnman of the who thiongi'd both .sides of the streets. with fiddlets! none uppeaied, .i ov01 t to Worthington I Springs)
her sister, Mrs. Colon :Miller I Petition for u negro" school from
'lid the 'hersiovitnor for thei) onti-st und the event call- :
fctatc boaid of control. After dmnei cove by man was: Sunday(I t.m'noon. ,
they were wot here by Superintendent T. J. Terry and W. F. Godwin ( Sidney, J. Catts dipt A. tcl 1 olf .\ tkltil,]!,'m's eonvention \ill nlvvnys! I'.linn: Adkms I Kpe-tit I tbo \\'k.N..1 I inS Supi' laid over for f ml her invesligitii'ii -
,
Stlll'k.lollla: attend
to to
Dlitch and went by automobile went to I II. Fieeman and I lion A. X. Adkins, : IntelI'Hting wheio tlii'le III'!' "l\'I'1i1! I aiia.'. l.t'i tinning' I Sunday ovonmufMis I . .
school business before the i build 11.1,11-
1 to ml
to the .state piison farm where they important reviewed the soldiers' from the Cull fiddleis competing! and. it Is tin1 desire \\ yl ii.. Williams, of Wor Tbo honid agreed

spent the afternoon and night as sihool board.Jacksonville street couithKuse,, steps the paiade. ,\ '. of the committee to hold (this convention i Ihll'lln"'( was UK' guist\ of ;Mi, Hardy, I tion to Five :Mile school house, .
hunt
several last week. sail Hchool to
of :'11'. ISlitch days breaking up just bo>"ond that point at a later 11)110.Through urborough and family lust", Sat mit- Iho I plltl'lInK..f?
guests > Tbo addition I I t .
Brown Jacksonville
from 'ml for
LOUIS
came and gathering around the speakers the efforts of the various i I tin- nail ri sumo

and spent Sunday at tho homeof : .stand to listen to the addresses) ' ,delivered local organizations: who had booths. tl.iy.Ste't', (Cason of Now I River, wus in I to be ir\'ri! feet tI
CANNING:' :' KITCHEN: ( his pal'entR.11': and :Mrs. J K.: i' 'I'I ivy also iigreed! ,I to have a pinti- rt
for the
d of soft
I OPENS' SYTl'RDXY by the speakers of the ly. fr'recteti selling drinks town :Monday afitnoon. t
liool house no
Brown. <;O\'I.'I'lIor ('uUslln,1, lion. A. 7. Adkins, sand\vic, lies and cakes, no one could S. S. 1'mk't, tor t spi-nl' I Tuesday andodnosdiiy I lion put ill litooks si .tt ,
:Miss. Essie. Thomas of Verdie! ha4been I I touihoi c-ould be Pinplovi'd -
('nl. A. V. Long introduced, the speakers '!'go away hungry and the lad 1/4 d<-- \\' i in 'l'um I In hum.55cc.. I hilI: linolhi I
On Saturday Juno 12::!, the Canning 1 spending about two weeks with to Ink,' eaie of the nvoillovv.
who listened. and.! seivia vote of thanks far earing' for
I were to vigorously : :Miss r>:. Maishall I I I Proctor onlotlainod 1 i ,
Kitchen will b., for the use j filends,' in Lavvtey. It Tin comnntloo appointed, to locate
I open hundreds of tho, t' who did not wish to duitii
I applauded) by )people PI'f'IUlI' sovnal 1 of I the members of I the I Lako ,
I of the ladies. of Staike, The equip-| J. C. Byrd was n business visitorto 'i on that day'. a .mtifor, I DoliHon school, was I liinitodto j
Butler Chapter No 10 O. I II:. S. at her 4I
nient is not complete but is sufheent! Stat'ke ;\1on for. .Hiimo, this. bl.llIIho/

to begin work with and we have beengiven I Roman Futih' and J family of DII"I'I veterans ptese-nted. themselves. at the I nwuy' diKsutixMcil;. I Many of the of :Miss i, J Ii'c'iuI'd: wauls, Tho, gue-stH I purihusi-" ) u o allowed I
I
of the Futch building win, were visitors. last I hoaid l ngioi'd. i unniiimiiiiHly i to
the use I:lad ford I llote-l I whi-ie dinner I hud beenprepnud visitoi 1 I "* 'pi-fonally I expressi-c. ) Ih..il.1 VMIIleiiivod. I by' :Mis.s I'dwards: and I Tho
location can thehome of Mr. anti :Mrs.V' LO or .senior high t'hitiull.a
t until some permanent for them.In ai| |>"tii'intion fit,m' the "pleasant day tiny wish ill Ixiok aid lilly junior
'h potinod gu"si u
be securedVe have in the kitchena \-erstreetRavmotid. out one u hi.iigI ht'ui i its I t term i if HIII! | uiliool
'i the IIfIIthl..ti hud i und I the I Iit'd > \ "
nfte-inoon ss
the program spent ii mmq/ |liii i sun < of li-mombiunco) doc'orated )in I III I ii' I OI' I.I I.i I. t
stille.I .
steam piesuic cnnncr with gasoline -I l Hess who recently re- ,' contents, was tesumed, and,! t of tim 0 ocrns-ion will ii-sult i in n I bigger has In"i'n "roi OLCM i/i'd, .bv the
; burner There are. many te.i- tut'riiTI from France visited his parents tin- und !hrtte-r Fourth of July' coUbintiotiin I:. S. colors. Ri'signul-ion: of 'ii 1. I II I i Hurst i as
judging fiom" applause: given to ( i I mntost I I was t lieut'njtiyt'ii
Ono) intoiostitig
j lions why you will save yourself\ byusing Mi I and :Mrs. Chailes Hess. the winners.. of the .lllfl'I"'lIt contestsb ) Stutktuxt! yeut. To the county1 I after which doliclous lomonndo ':'supervisor, of I llnbxnn) si liool iiCC'1)t

this runner. here the first. of the week i the large crowd it was apparent t.t"tt1mi)I' 'SlOilt't'S thir ity ci'unci I and, | and ,nabisios. wore servedbv I od( and Jesse I Dowling wits appointedto
i roam' .
1. It cuts the time of canning in Gus Peeplos, of Jacksonville was they were, thoroughly enjoyed. I Hitmhisieged '- tin. I business. und I h piofi-ssionul" I nii-n ofStaike t tinhowuss, assiKtod, liy Mrs' (!i. A. : fill his imcxpirod, l"I'III.

two anti this means! a .saving of time. a visitor to Lavvtey last Friday ert-' the \rmory during the are due- thanks foi then liberal. I Itiiti'nhiiMoiis i . I I Tinbonrd, agreed. to furnish thomnlennbt
of fuel and of labor I Marion Carter, of the Watoroak I'ppirsoii'I I for t the lepuir i.r of N'i'bo
afternoon liddlets. furnishing the music i to deftiiv! the day's < ,
I ha'I it. :
'I following I wore present"
I :_ It ii: _'n ,' : against? spoiled section, was a bu"inps."itol'" to ''x'J ) hold. house,. t,
.veil for those who cated naught\ for the pi-nsi's, a<- well us to the tnon % :Mi'silamos 1'. II. Rcgtsler: F. n.!
he-cause. .steam \ the Lawtey Monday \ Tho ' '' ('.1 $1\1)11.111)) ) ) for themuint4iuiunce
goods iippropim' '
pressuie I In the -ted, the committees fm their .
even- lump until
evni mounting mercury. : S<'holl, n.! .\. ippi: rson. I 11.I J. Slownrt,, tbo Smithliuthell'Vo"IIUon."It..i"lIlturnl
of killing Ilgel'mS. : Lavvty was well represented in of /
only method absolutely ng the fiddlers weie n-lu-ved I b)' the ,'tng .If"rtIn< make the day u HIH- A. (' Sttiiklnnd.il. :'01. Ktunton J. I IL! ,

; Still'ke the Foutth When the 10B8: oichcstru who continued the music for i i-ss, I How I well I they suicoodod I can he I Mumos :MIHSOH i I Iroriu l'u1W11rt14.Itir-: , I HI bnol I
nearly -' train rolled, in it looked as if a boxcar ; The n-signaliiin. of I II I. J. Stewart
:3. The product more retains I the dance until the early morning ..xpr.\) in tl'i'so few worth oft ropcatd 1'ioc'tnr. I
and, flavor would l have to be borrowed from shall I triisti'i'. ,nf I I.lIk.. I Until sihool accepted
its original shape I hours thi ,m'ieg, tin I day ami. uftenvuid"Th : retutnod to her. ns t 0
usual hot method the aide track to handle the crowd, Mi I i"s IMiiu: E""I'I'K..II| and :\1 h I'V, M.1. Johnson wan!
the water
than
by I'oui'h) hams .
Manager Powell of the Still, ke bull <' bigui-. t : i Stutki'' ev .Hchool at l'i,1I'1'lIInt, : Sunday( night. I
but by filling the aisles of all the to fill his. tinoYpirod term.
and someegetables
4. All meats up I club secured a gamp with the AlnchuaKI or' ki. '>vvn I 'I'hi" IMwurds; I of .tin ksonvilliat, i I t- appointed,
can be perfectly sterilized only with cars including, the .sleepers lh..irI ) .1 I The county siipi-rinti iii(It'nt. was ajipomti -
ti-ndi the funeral of Willie Rl'u""lJrollll'h. -
250 degrees heat and, it is possible I crowd was handled Resides. the I d I us iittond:inco ollk-er
'I 1 to obtain this intense heat only with train load many mote went by' teams I I II.DIMCI1I) i ( I '\ ,I 'KI Ell: ( 'KOSS) :\ |IcI|:PKI! i 1'-::' 11'::" I \ll\. ': I the countV', us the board
steam under pn''u n'. und automobiles.Andrew I IN srrni: :.MM:: 'II'I'I IMi :>II\\" MSSI-S I: Kdna: and iooigiu; FipoiHonHjient : I I they weie" unable to appoint' ono in

Note the difference in the time required Lowery of .JII(1k on\'illp. During tin- past, few vv.i-4ts. loc'1I1 I -- the Fouilh) at Slurko ihe guostn I eit'hi district of the ('till U ty.
I been building )- l i', I I.. I II i Smith picwontativi of. of ;Mi. and Mrs W .1. Kipt'rin.: of the hoard of public
for hot water canning!' and was visiting. relatives. in Lawtov th"- ionttaitots have kept busy P.y ruling _ _ _
tin I of I Di'velt. f the 1.They wi-to 'ncTompunii-d) Imnie. by MISH I j I I ...... ... .. district
uMi-i-ml;
pressure canning: in the following first of the weok painting and. repair work both in Di-pnitmi-iit" ttmemit it> .: : .. .. OI-.1--i li ii.fc,., n ,. tux
tables! both of which are taken from Quite a large number from Law- .Starke and in the sut founding, i ounti.v. "-iiuiht-rn. I Division' of the Anurtcun ,n, r.I'l'lTsim. I bills I I l i in the; future;; will I .be paid,I unless
I erected | IJi-d, ('ross. will "' in Starke Tui .sd) ty, Rov: I.. A Rawlx filli-d his ngiilurservice and uppiuved) by at
Farmers Bulletin 891! : toy attended the funeral services of . A new bungalow is being siinii"" I is. I iti-mi/.oi" I | ,
Time table for canning vegetableshot ;Mrs J. J. Clarke of the Wateroak by the Quigley Lumbe-r & Supply ('0. i July ITith His work will have to do nt Lavvtoy SundiiyA. : I least two of the trustees. of the district

water method : s'etionJondll: \'. fi.r Loren/o I D. (Jre-en on his farm ,' with the development of the peace K:. Pioelor, visited Sum pp' Tuesday t on winch/ tieI. I bill I I I I is madi). t

Peas pints.., 1 hour on each of A '!lIujt'hter'.. born to Mr and north of Starke. This fitm. has also tim' proRrurn\ of the !xal )Red Cross ):Armstrong pii-uihod two church interesting They refused to allow any pel'Bon '

three days !Mrs, Harry Femburg i last week made.- repairs on the Cook ,place on j ( hapte-r : !sermons in the liaptist to teach this your without first qualifying \' .

Lima beans, pints, 1 hour on each I Lot-At (;I au1.; I:. ihi.i. :. '!.. .. Kingslej. lake for Me-ssrs. peek, Bryan Sunday morning and evening with a certificate.

of three days. I Sunday night.-a pair of much need- und Yarborough. who recently pin- 'I' KM "KIS; nv' %''rr 1.1': I There.at the is. Christian u revival church mN.tinlot'this wook.beinghild The board adjourned to meet first

Corn. pints.., 1 hour "if minutes on oil-but cheap spectacles R LElanchard. chased, ) the propc-rty with the intention i I Monday in August
I :' Wm Kdwatd of Stlll'k'K I Ruifonl: I Fppor-on: !sponlu, few days I"I"I II POWELL;
first day; 1 hour on second and third, of renting to parties spending the tr. one with frh'nh"ho L C. ,
: wt.l, "I I k dtIZI'III" 'unfilled hm in Lake Butler this week Chun' .
days. ;Mr. and ;Mrs. fharleH Watkins who .summer at this resort. novin i i i to m I Attest: man.C

Time table for canning vegetables have been spending a couple of The postcrtlice buildng and the .storesof lnil from injunes received) Tuesday wore glad to see him.I left :. J R. POPPKLL: Sec. und Supt.
I I I. J. Stewart and I R E. 'Doll)
| when mule kick- _
; .*)>; steam pressure method : months as the guests of the Parsonage f .F Stump :''Ii. Sternberg, und Sam e-vening a n-fiuctory -- .- -
lorida wornucconipunud
South They
4:) F.. }Rosenberg'have. been newly repainted .e-d 1 him on his buck :Mr Edwards. wus today) for 'HSKKr-ltOIUNSON: h I
Peas. pints minutes, 210 10 after paying: n short visit to to Palatku by Carl Alderman SI :'
pounds pressure. Jacksonville and Pablo Beach have and now present a plc-asing exterior. I feeding his stock after coming in from -

Lima beans pints, 41 minutes, 240 returned'! to their homo in Tarpon The recent heavy rains resulted, in the ,day's work and) when he passed. 1 :Mr 1', :'1. Padgett and) wife, also :Melrose.. July 11.-:Mr. Edward: \V.
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of the mules the animal
;. F., 10 pounds pressure. Springs.Mrs. many property owners calling in thecarpenters m-nr one turn- :Mrs J. E: :Maines motored to SturkoMonday. Ktemert of New Vork City und :MmMaggiu

;,; Corn. pints 80 minutes, 250 F.( 13; Alfred Evenden was a visitorto to recover their dwellings! I'l'd on him suddenly and kicked him Robinson of this place, weroluietly

.f, pounds pressure. Jacksonville last week going!.' thereto and have other repairs!! made.) Mrs Carl Willson of Cull l'oint.vi'iitetl joined in marriage at the
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The county home demonstration meet her husband!, the Rev Alfred Mrs R. P. Willson Sunday home. of the bride's, parents. lust Tuus

' agent will open the kitchen at 9 Evenden, on his way returning from C\KII OF Til .\.M\S r\KI OF Til ,\:MHVo :Miss Itortu (,r'cn who has boon day evening at six o'clock, Rov. .'i.

o'clock every Saturday anti, will be his stay at the University at Athens sihool Columbia l'I.turn,1hlOlC M Yuibruugh' nluuatmg Only the
\ wish to thank thuso frinds whoso touching at ,
Through the medium of the Telegraph \ brido'tfamily
there throughout the day to assist Tern immediute members of the
kindly administered to our wants last Wednesday.!
with the Mr. Evenden stopped off at the we wish to tender) our heartfelt present. The wolling
canning were
during the"ickne..... and death of ourhusbanti Worth Roberts of Five :Mile, wastrading
If any woman wishes to can it !several points of interest enroute for thanks and express our high appreciation II. Lake Butler Monday! march being played by :Mus Annie
C. of
and father Wynn in
I. will be necessary for her to bring home. He expresses himself a. being of the good piople of Hrooker and I I Hampton (iorI,," Johnson, of 1'iveMile: was Iti,He. the youngest) daughter
only the products she wishes canned feeling much better than when surrounding country for their kindlyassistance \ Th brnlc- was dressed in a dainty
I :Mrs Hester Wynn. N Wynn. J. L. in town Monday
und untiring efforts' in our chirm and, curj -
and the containers. he went away. I of white repo du
friends .,f Ray Willson gown
Carl The !
Wynn, Wynn. many .
It Is the wish of the Community Mrs I .1. P Randall was! a visitor behalf during the recent .sickness. and are glad to see him again.. "j ried' a bouquet' of white Idliesi Im-

. Kitchen Committee and the Woman's 'in Jacksonville on Tuesday. death of our beloved mother Mrs I The of Mus Irene Edwards: left for .Eastman : I mediately ufter the ci-reniony the
t Telegraph I is In receipt noopy
Club, who have been the means oft Homes. are being made happy in Margaret Lewis, who departed this | of the Stars and Stripes., date (ia., Widnedday! moinmg She 1: brido and !groom wore ushered. 1 into

t securing! this equipment that the people the city of Low try as one after the life at !9 o'clock a. m., July .',. l'ii! : i of June Hth: the famous nownpaper, will visit!' relatives in Jacksonville fora the wedding, supper with other mom-
the benefit of the other her loyal soldier boys are returning THE; FAMILY. I
get money invested hers' of the family.
. [of the A. E. F., whose circulation few days. I
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and the smile upon the facesof returned to Jack- Mr. and( Mrs 1 Stemert left the 2nd
Miss Inc.Murkee
reached ) during its nhctec-n
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Community Kitchen Committee once anxious mothers tell the NOTICE; TO Pl'PILS HUM:' ;, .xorAille Sunday afternoon. after a on the noon\ train, for a wed.lint;
months, of existence The
(' Ii i.lI; :SCHOOL; ( copy wns anj
S story of great rejoicing and herat- COUHKIl OK I in New Jersey
mailed ut by Capt. Henry .E. Freeman pleasant visit with friends l and relatives trip to points
.. Mrs Jay S. Brown and son Harold.S. felt thanks for safe returns.An Pennsylvania!
son of Dr and Mrs A. M.Freeman here
Brown and George A. Merrin left interesting service! is being We will have the examinations for number of Lake Butler From there they expect to go to
of J-'arke With this issue A goodly
t this morning by automobile for the anticipated for next Sunday mornIng those who are being coached to pai I the Fourth at Worthington New York City at which place they
the Stars and ceased publication people spent
Stripes '
summer cottage of the Browns on in Grace: :M. E. church. Lawtey. from the eighth grade to the high will make their future home.

Kinxsley Lake near Starke, where Rev. Evenden will be the preacher school on Thursday) Friday and Saturday I having fulfilled it* purpose in ,Springs.Ware through Lake Their many friends of this section
and the Amer. O W. S. passed!
keeping
'. they will spend some time-no doubt and hU subject will!\ be "The relation beginning: or. July 31. 1019 entertaning week enroute for Georgia wish for them a long and happy mar-
lean soldiers, informed, of the worl''srVfnt ) Butler
I
A E. POPPELL :
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Plant the church the community -
most pleasantly City Courier, of to ". where he- will conduct a ruvival. I fried life. .
Superintendent. I
July 8th. The public is cordially invited.





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fjf the N rw Rover Mi... ,..D..ry BopUttjand. Sunday: School Union I' 'llln 'lll\'

to coRve-nv with the Pine Level Baptist Church Interesting and Pertinent Information for Those Who I :

Auuruit 2&th to 3hl. 1919. Contemplate Traveling to the StatesFrvn : !J The Vigor of

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11 1:00' 'Introductory sermon by CdL J. W. I Swift & Company Continues
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12:00 N RfffekhroenU.. Wi' t r. tit- yjh..ci a 'ir ,'j' f: -' K 1..r. -. asa. far money; arose' ; ,

1:30 BUMIM-M of the Union fee.ug u gar woundi' :roe rffkumm ( :, :.. ..,.tnt. Tit k is seer k. ML.T! i ;Il
where, jour: wd soy KRIS.! w at: I pii r'. f.pvr'tii Ki jjr.e.
2:00 Explain Hebrews 6th chapter, 4 and 6 verse, A" O. Strick. . of Service
uot'd.tI\ put }'ou wrj E. P -t .. '..l'J it* sure 10 rtMit a box at theoffit'k r.t'-! :' Only Because

la rid. and order a me; uU Jum at fccion) at you:: pet borne :: I ((1
2:30 A.roewe ChrUtain People doing what we should for our ;, lI.n't: (/grumble tau\ much: about the : my<; ease you low tf embBTTiifcsrotTfor !

P....tor opened by J. F. KJckliter.: brrhpncrtof cuvnm over Lr There AmfTIe&.nII'CmeD wbtwert/ table ,
wont I t>* any: pnc for it *t bozo ;] to pet to France recugrae r :. i "control"
3.00 What benefit i is a regular Prayer Service to the Church? The only
Neither will tbt'nbet any roffTAt difvrroc: betwea: \.btom.h-t'f\ ar., II tl i
Opined by Col. Crosby I Among the i-jvjlaan 'fynooyrni( fort 'real. friendly: or "motherly"; Y tr Sec: ;' '
7:30 Sermon. tlof.M' w the f'..Duwmjr : lrvttw.riury : Cross ifjrl To them a woman. * I'l I ':; over the packing industry / '

: war faker prohibmwutt. woman for a' ttktrejruJatfd : .
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"control" that :
{ Saturday. I Amt'Q however' haLl no dtlounoir > American homes.. I> .r.'1 is the /1'1'

plants fur tb..my ray than J barracks bags< in the r.*"-'
9:30 Devotional Service. By W. E. Lewis.. i the ability
(lU may b* 11I nay veteran. but :Suit cases ar much more: a.'TAi- gathers about
10OO Should or thould we not have"! public collection in our p..;,'re got to start in all ever again: wjth. tort of those blue thing t>r; ;"< -rat I 1

Churche.?Open discussion. trig a rookie civilian. appear week-end social) 1<1rJ. r :' ::1 to do a necessary job in I'' fI
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Y to\\,1'11, have to be your' wii Q )t.whet Jim01.l.irJ" I
10:30 When a person i il regenerated can he mill the"! Kingdomof ;t comes: to ieumg r.i.1TM"lf1IIIt' shoulder. a. you step oat:: ff ? -r !' the best way. t

God? Opened by P. M. Rigg. '.Jyth*'. Bdlrt"Jllr buddy makes" hi't.J :.11 II I-

Sermon. J3.il: you can lone all your equip' be Slnttl meet> h-m somewhere' t.t- ''
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nfrtwithout\ a courvmartial :f rOil forehand *o that you can t* :ri ;p-- '
12.OO Noon Refrehrne-nh. feel) in the tnwxj: for it. feet agreement! 'J%. the: lie you :*:J r ; "Ii; Swift & Company has "I II

1:30 Bu ine" Union. '1 The only sure cure for sea sickness and on tit topic which art, f *.* reached place in the 1''"
''or. the way. home s to go bom some taboo. ::1 a leading
2.00; Are parents responsible to Cod for the conduct of their
than by tea. You doo't have to at for cafe the size and
way i- i industry because
Children? J. L. Underhill. :
Opened by
If .hey. ask you why you were oo- lot et mere m America.. Strargt.v: .
2:30 1 le Baptism essential to Salvation? Opened by Jesse J j.;. a prnat. all them it was because enough the restaurant men: there: : .:- pi character of the job of providing

i Thoma "-'."J lever rot a chanito be anyhi" way" .supply] those necesitiet w--. I"a the wide
nation's meat require
elw" Thus will mark you a. "-I out charging u extra.A : .
j 3OO To what extent are we our brother keeper? Opened by I''
onirjnal character. uniform II not considered ar. i.-- and thorough organization, the
Eld. L. W. Kickliter. Another good reason u that tie mission: ticket w> theaters parks ',r ;

7:30 Sermon.. war ended trstun. If it hd foce'on skating rinks. For nome old rea".r. I' experience and devotion to duty,

) :o or 40 years longer, yoa'i al- the: management of rhtt place demand "
Sunday ''mtl-t surely have been a < rp))-orHowever money ID addition. j I", found in an institution like

1 930 Devotional Service by J. T. Allison "'IJm..UlmlC. Don't b* abseot-minded: a> u p-h Swift & Company.
if they ask you why you a cigar coupon) across the cour'erwhen : I
14i 10.OO To what extent i the Church responsible for Sinner? .
': were a se*and loot, there is absolutJy ) you make. a purchase: ( >gar
. : Opened by EL L. Wilson J ., no come back You juit Ja"et.o coupons: unlike France and (iermary.; I""
'''adTt! n and, face the music. are what the bop keeper The moment Swift &
' 103O Are we abiding by our church? Discussions opened by gives jo-: I i'l,
' And ;f you were a top kick you rout what you give him. ;': its !
I H. H. Lt-wi. Franc ; Company ceases to perform
might at well: stay in You won't have w grasp :your
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;:fr. I1 00 Missionary Sermon. I Don't make it a p 'ror.al taste be- head gear with the full hand when .', functions of usefulness with the

,4i' t..M'n yourself] and the wife before you put it on or. Mike it tli!. Hat m
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'') Committee relatives turned into corn bill. America are: made WIth briTt. i greatest efficiency and satisfaction -

Better sign a treaty of peace be- There will be no necessity for yb- Ij
B. C. the its in
to people position
Scarborough .It ,
r twt-i-r yourself! and he wife before blin? your slum and IftI'kilJlthe/ ,
d. J. L. Underbill, you tell her everythir.fr that tapperird goldfish in your pockets. There wi; the industry will vanish. :

. : I A. O. Strickland. jr. France.Hereafter be: plenty cf time for second in any '' I ;
the chief deference hlt- rt'tllurant-If you have the jack. I r '
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r I III wr. New, York City and Kansas No anesthetic will be r.ecensary before j fi Swift & Company service is ,
II Florida Woman's Loan will! t* that there used to be more getting: shaved by the! American. i
fJ' Liberty placer .r. New York City where yojtojld barber, as they use different. tools': performed at a profit of a fractionof
il get< a drink than in Kansas from their: razors for cleamrjr the '
, Don't worry about jobs. If :you bowl" ) of pipes I'I a cent per pound.
.I I Committe Final 5th Loan
Report
,; are out cf luck ifo to a bijf/ league/ Save your old automobile tires !In

rr."av"r and tell him you used to be the event of another war, they can be ;,,,11,11'Ii
: In the Chemical: Warfare Service profitably converted ino Army i i
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;. Almost everybody: has seen a map If you wish to a "Dollar"
' ' gain reputati'n h'Ii Let us send you a Swift ;
1 There. wiritbr<-<- /rte curferen, fired percent report, but in one Jf''I of France by now. Don' rave too for eccentricity, refrain from vmtir.r. I It will interest you. I

I' ;4 yes. held "in tt..- Hatiat Tampa Jack. the large. counties it will be noticed much about the time shells were for publication your experience in the I Address Swift & Company, :
unvill and t'vn wilu., and "incVi-a'J no report wan given which: was due] flying thick at Bre t. Great War. This may cause you to 1
,\ of having a separate .itUttc 'jnfcr- | to the illness. of the Chairman and j If :vou Tarry your ....if"'' letter be looked upon) a.* a maniac. but yojwill I Union Stock Yards, Chicago 111. I I I'II'

'f "IM1* for women workers, it was aft '
thought tikft4t join the men in these : another. member that the old gag about Contrary to appearances jazz I.
em'ur"t which wan done with The report of the following return '' waiting) for :your c'rnmandir.JOffi\
L .;, splendid ii- utH.) A l ltt-r un,>J"rbi'twivn are final and official reports by coun- censor it won't Jfo with her: a-tal'! Krupp. 11"!; : Swift & Company, U. S. A. I i
Ir standing men und women ''ticit. up fj 'late, just furnished thll''|' And tb.u m" hold good) for the The trrc-ate=t drawback to living on :,, II
r workers wan maintained) throughout Chairman, )' the Sixth Federal! fieervu old Htuif of "the commiufary: wacn't, the Pacific Coast is that it is homeof :

i' entire campaign/ and the two organ-/ Dank and while. a few amounts oj>i-n" if she sends you out to buy the salmon industT)'. j Ilj
(, zal ni worked as u unit in nearly :Jtnay be Kent. in later they ..vill not nomc.-thmir A. K. P. in America can throw up'' I : II ,

I ,I every 'Wlft)'. Th" r i in (:'ourity 'hair- ; materially > hanj e the um total of j i If you are taking a trip and see avery her job any time she feels like It. jlfl THIS SHOWS ;
man of each Xornvnntvreium votcili> this. /final report. good looking Pullman you don't Most of them do. WNAT BECOMES Of- i I .
: share the ri-dit of the hales I of flute! I It will. be a source of great satisfaction ( have to look for a Roman numeral"I" You'll only get four quarters in ': THE AVERAGE oottaY \..Ii y

equally| with the women, an the and pride to both men and I i on it. A seat in that car if yoursif change for a dollar, so its no use III ;,. a r RECEIVED BY ;il :
( adoption! of the personal quota| and' ,'t women Loan worker*, ax well as th.r in one vacant and if you havethe hanging around for the extra one. Uk::_ TM o SWIFT f BOM TM&* C COMPANY, ...- .,.r'A.oar I.

vfiluntwr system of conducting: the riondianit, to know that Florida ax- money. When the trafflcc Clip blow hi-, 11.960 0 esces n ooucrr
work muiJtit. irnponitible to keep !; ceded its quota, by Sl.OOI.hOO which!' Cut eaxy on the I-wan-there stuf whistle it in) not necessarily a signal< ArA egsS q 0a UVe IPMnroerae Aa'MAa
1 ccumtv tu-tount: of the salon for twu ,[ is the best record made by any state [There are about ;J,00.0X( > other members for you to start policing up th' I I) rorlooliCruer 0 arrAsta ceafl ao roe r.uanr tAnoe
t { uryanlzutions.. jm I the Sixth I IJilltriet.i It must be .born I of the A. E. F. in the Staten and -treet. e.os cwith tFo

The women distributed| literature ,t\n\ mind that the State hall consider.ably > {one v n wwk in n'lwincc of the opvnmif ,. lens, than a million population 1 know the exact location of a popular nicker, ( by gumS to the head! of the .50P77T.

the( (campiiijffi preKi'lintrer booth :', State Quota . . .117,028,850 i I ruff that, nomhad mi---d who line for the Ura\'l.-Giantl game _
am) a tunU'<| -iii-ruly! where needed Total' am't .subscribed: . l Wrj,700;: vr,-1'.1| 'ht- -arm- place They may jet something else, how.ever. .
in lh" sale of ,,,,t"K.'h"" the Woman's CO per cent 1i.Iina'j: :! I 'Jion't embarraifs the doctor by c J
a u.t a.a.. I yr.n r,sal l t I iota I,Ian failed; ., Itunult sperial I canvassing' from Y9 0. PAI TEn{ FEHTILI7RH coup" xv.
r A< K .A 4S. A 1 J
raise the tounty ifuota, the women of .01 I counties' $2,20'J,7j5.: : : ; 19 out I .. .Juck!>oon'iUr, Florida
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acted ait ifleanent of the 'lu-ld arid (".JII-/I of the 'M!: counties reporting 5,275 [ "It was no use to continue," aid
ducted .u house te, house canvass ,/Nubncnbern.Compuriillte. I Some ThIn:!' to Be Shunned.It ; the exchampion; "my strength went Fertilizers' Insecticides! Sprayers Poultry Supplies!

which never fulls to hrinu the Statement of Homan'o In better to tv roll ttiiii: 'dead I from me in the first round.. Dempsey For thirty, yeah we have been manuf.c.ur.ng. (eruluert, this, 1
m Se--.we have ,.,,,/fid
tilt ed results.. 'In many counties'I"-'j Work on the I'he J I.ilx-rty Loan never run un nll'IIol.Il.111:100: long escaped almost unhurt. loners in every county in Florida, cur ,
i Woman's ''ommitteiconduuted the I ('run pi,'x(nsFirst I tthlnd rin+".,1 dour. ;Never>> ua i.:ae i i The arena built for eighty thou"- Wri. For Latest Price Li. ,, !
hooter, tlmt li not fitted with un adequate ;?? always. u liar with QdaH" !
{ ntiru. nmpuiirri, the man chairman I Loan not oruranuc-d 10,000) I and was not more than half full. ,
making no effort. to effect: an orifanUatlon. Second: (roan not orKnnueJ :2.'J100!: !' I vent Into uii open flue. Never [I Ticket speculators lost heavily, \.
I4 I There rue about two thousand Third Loan organized. by I Ko to sleep" In a room lenxlni. a gas! hug their purchases for from r""d-// 11

women workern who rnnko up the Countien . . _ :J,20,700! henter hllrlljr.. Always "leu' n wlu- ,i fifteen dollars. under the gate prices.I
1' $tate Wornuri'H. !Liberty,' I.nan Cornmittei I fourth I.oun, orKanued 1 fill low open. in every room IICCU/'II'oj/ by The thermometer rcfri'-tered, I' 1
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w enrolled, at -tute hcud'iuur- per cent U1.U7J/ !! ; U-epltlrf ( erxoiM.J hundred and ten when the fighters one BOOST your Home State by sending 1
tarn Victory l."l.In. organized MH275J.'i: : u h. r 11/\11.-1-/: :; :'IiII :\\" -ncrinif the ring
Is It IN u Hourre. of regret Ui. the Slate : \\fIM.I.S CM/ .\ MP10NNew :

''S Chairman that thin IN not u one hun Total sold 'in C Loans $ | 7.1MH'J7find : I TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR your Mail orders to a Florida HouseOur :

: HoIdiT of Title Had The Ilouti'inrhcd

,\ 'HUIII'n' : TO uirT.: rt\v, y<'ar From first Kound. Say NASTY CALOMEL Service has given us National prommrnceCORRESPONDENCE r

uinii" ; I To hill. of Culvary, The H..port'f\ .I
While, eye are drenched with tender Starts your Liver Without Making -
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I (From Oilundo. !Reporter" titer, JuneJMh. I Fur he died for you and me. r..undIurillll' which the I i-- Ycu Sick and Can- fiNE

11119.' ) . Hue was never in doubt attained th* not Salivate. OUR STATIONERY
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EMM (ii\en IIM H tribute to their deport, "DiiMoiifi.iiIK.N: l fir, Tin: world'huuvyweitfht championshipby -
eel| brother'.. of the her by lion/ Joseph \ion in .si-::IT. :'tit (OKI)/ >KIUI:"> (:, defeating( Willard. in the thud. Every druggist m town- your drug. Everything in BOOKS

i + II. JOIH-H'' Stiite. Attorney, ut t -- round. ..' --t and everybody's druggist has no- LEADING

i the bnminet.. nf the liar AHHOCIUIIOIITune I I Wii-hinirinn .lul> --ltrd.rll 1 for \ 'In the flY'ot round l pempiey sent ticed a great falling off In the sale ': I Complete Office Outfitters
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,,1.I I I nth. 'Lieutenant. White wan ulielnved I the demnlili4itii. "f the army by.September home a bndy blow from which the of calomel.! They all (rive the same )'

'414 member of the OrmiKe County :; / :::u(( to the pence time I bijf fellow never recovered', only the its reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking/ i Toys and Athletic Goods

liar, and rove .hut. life in Kriuiccfur I slieiiKth of iprtiximiitfly|' 2.'IIOSiilllceis :): :! I gong xnvinK )him from defeat in thi- place. i I
"Calomel is
1 i it "You and !Me." mid men. authorized. by the ,, round. Dempsey thought he hail won know it. while Dodson's dangerous/ Liver and people Artists Surveyors and Draftmen's :Materials
+ Over the '1'1111OV"I' the Top iintiiirinl ilefen, act were issued today i and! had to be brought bark int" the Tone bpertcl'tly
safe ,
r He hear his i duty call. by the war department. I Irmi(. .6".". nmnaxed to hint out the sults," said and gives better re- '' KODACS, Photographic Supplies
Id met and touched. the hand 01|r 'third. round and! Mnnk into hi.. corner a prominent local drug-/ I
After July II) overseas troops en .1 gist. IWaon's! Liver Tone is person.'
,r death, route for TenneMHue, South Carolina, I where hi1 wax /given ammonia. If"revived ally Runranteod: by> every druggist who ,' Thermos Bottles, Safety Razors
.
and then KM necomN
f At the Trent of the |parapet| wall ,and Kloriila. will be sent to f'ump xiirrcndvnd sells it A large bottle costs 50 cents, I
I
Wi re I u Knltrht 'if the Fleece o 1|r iiinlun: (;iii. Men" liuuliiiK at Newport - the much.In and If it fails to give eaiy relief in i, We carry complete stock in all our lines
Cold ,. I om of the speediest n I'I! m .
:Ni'Wurn.. .boon.I! for piuntH illllIryll&n.l. every -nse of liver sluggishness; and I

or my limh with the garter bound :\ I lieliwiue and,, ]J'lltr..t' of I hill one-sided fUtir| battles that William ever decided IlnrriionI a con tipation, you have onr!, to ask for | Printer, Lithographers Engravers
1 11,01 1 I I a plucu with the Knights ol r iiiimhln| will IKM ev..nt. your money back.IJo.hon'e ,
til tn Camp' I.ee. '' ,
i Iit-inp-cy today became the w"rl.I'IdlllnJl"
old, Vn., iiiul Ih'p-i., liinditii, ut New York I "" henvyweiirht b""..,.. To all Liver Tone ii a pleasantta Manufai tunrof Loose Leaf System
Vthe board! of I tho Table Kound. 'Jor Maryliitnl' , Weil Viricmla Viririnin 'tins.r. purely vegetable remedy i
intc'nli and he !
the
W. ,iii my brenst Impri'HHed with. th iud, th.. DI -u" n I if, ( iilumbiu,, will ] favorite purposes uhippeil, harmless to botfi children and adults. I
the first
('r..".. of Spain ne sent to ( ",amp' Ilix, N' .I. him in round knurkmir Take a spoonful at night and wnke |
'I' down live times. TN H. 6 w B.Sr0TiON .
,' 'Ir the! Lion of Ht. Dempsey thought the
referee had
I W.-ro I decked! with .Slices' Older I Habitual Con..tlratlonure" 10I1n'.lIw..tI' headache, acid stomach or constipated O
Htranire, In 14 to I lilia l > It | him the winner mid 0"- '' bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause I
tually left the t'l1l1e.I'
r I t The m.v 11th- "Kiwi; dlnjfnrire.V "I.AX.FIS WITH rtPSIN":/ I Is i II l'f't'inUy.r"J'flru.1 ring but was Inconvenience all the next day like -
\ .,r(i I riv,'II gifts. of rarest. worth ,. Syrup Tonlc.Laxatlve fur 1'.lbill"' ',; hack and the butchery continued for violent ('alomeTake/ a dose of calo- I' /', BOOA ANO ART STORE.
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Ilnces, 'ftIM iiiiisiipiitiiiii, It relieves promptly but two rounds more when Willard, slt- md I today and tomorrow you will feel I -
ii Fur KinifH and! m( - I I
; should I.e t taken" regularly for 1 II 1 to 21 days tins m hU. comer with a hiwildrrcdlook ,' weak: sick and nauseated. Don't lose '
freely take ttll'mIt them bis from f."t.Por my, life.And I rolndm'erepulnrucllun. It Siimiil.itesnnd on hm ,swollen face foiled, to re- n day's work! Take Dodaon's Liver 4540V.. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.
Uy Jl'lIulllfCM'uy i'loasmit to Take (doc ) I'
upond to the for the fourth '
i thuuht( winfiT back thousBr err isittle. rounj. dpnir Tone 'Instead and feel fine, full of vigor
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA
JULY 11. 1O1O.
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I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. -

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C.-.M.V.------Live State j .

Great Brit forced t" crui-e ,:.1 6 i.
MMmun i nMMB /''mwu mu -----.J. :Mineola N. Y.. July ( .
:N.' 1 1from Ei-: < I I- tx
: R-'M.: the tir-t Bar
--T.idb ain's super-dirigible
I i I Our Exchanges. .I hgbter-than-air machine to cross the line theie, inil.iiul Mineola.When and. 1.'.' II mile- fin, .
to
it----'::_ __ Atlantic ocean anchored! here ntlu"sc"'l'lt \ the upor-/eppelin 1\11 i \ > <.
field at 0:51:; a. m.
lying(
now bus thirty-six brain of the injured\ man. lie is now : here -hi had left only enough i I"-t" i .1
Brevard county Greenwich meantime
vats. Move than D.noo head in the hospital at Fort Myers. His today ((1:51: p. m. to keep! )iatmoving ninety m.i, "r

dipping of cattle have been dipped since the I case is serious but not necessarilyfatal. ) after an al.rlal'oyag,' of 103 longer. Her crew, almost l"-i'pi. I,

installed a few monthsago \. 11)'. Mitchell, of Moore hat hours and 12! minutes which coveredllK for four and a half days, were \\ ui

first one was t dresseeil: his wounds and con : :\ ) knots! or approximately 3k)0( almost to the I"'int' exbuu t 4_ i- t719WR1GLEY'S1

con-veyed I land miles. but happy' nt the succe.-sful tanpl'<> | i

A million dollars is the estimated Passing through dense banks of tion of their epoch-making t tnp" T'I',

Everglades: section that have: passed I All of Friday night and Saturday I cloud!, with the sun and sea visible return voyage will 1 b-,> slurtnl T..n

value of the truck crops from the a posse: of two score men headed: by i only at rare intervals: the ft-'i4 was day at t s ii.ni.

.L .. -I. U',. vr-i..... *'i.n.,',,,,. !..!.?..???,.!.,. tVio.... tent nrpatnrouKn .- --- I' !shiiriiT"; Smvth of this (( Luke: ) countyCulemun :' .

season. S Pasco ;have of Sumter been.caching and Hudson Green ofj I' - -- -_ l'.\1'1'1.lII'I'I\: (; srii.i.\ 111:1:: \h Sj I

white flu.lbl'Oith\ | | IIK.MSliradford I I
Luther Wilson, a .
for
In I Ornnire county more: than 1,000 swamp Ki:( ORU"3lurc ) >
to citrus trees: man charged with killing lhputySherlfF
will be planted
acres | season B. CVilcox\ \'ellienlawlwn I !: July 11.-The Fourth
during the next: planting water 1
:Wilson here as high
quiet
Thl--e KI-IIM-S are being: put out by the officer tried to arrest him. wus'I' \\oik Dune in Mu> Tin- 'II i :
all at home.Mr.
escaped front the Pasco kept us
young business and professional men county recently jail at Uncle City where he is I and MrWillard: Rubtin i. the Than in .\ii} 1'\'(', illllll Mii>--

of th(' county.St. attack 1 of the formersister, Miss Will
wanted, on u charge! of making an guest
-- Wil-1\ I tlarrcll.Air. Jul .t'on.i.li I '
are on a 'ounj.Wlutl' woman. \Va.hiiiuton, ::
Petersburg contractors Tampa un- : son has a high 1 powered rifle and an j ; and MrC.. \'. Edwards! werein port.to the Bureau of Amm.il. l ldusti I''>
from
trying to secure abundance of ammunition and officers Lacrosse Saturday! mornnigg.Mr. 1 > of the United State. l I'.. i'.u'
nejtroeswho !
jJvillc.l I loborers formed to 1IIOl't replace of union, expect' a fight! when he is broughtto : O. V. Harry and wife were in ment Hf AirriculUirc from :a1 t! i

haM1 bay. I Rrooker Saturday morning. lirk-infcvted States show (bat nn.i.' '.' '
demanding $3!< a day
there and lire Among: those that spent' the Fourth work niciimst the cattle fever t.,1. I
day,
been getting{ $'J.50 a
They have with that. Sergt. Ira E. Hoover -untamed: n ..in Starke were Misses Cecil Ration was dmie. in :May of this year I hun T. I
but aiv not satislied number: of bruises, and Lieut. )FrangG. IRva' I and Ruby Edwards: Messrs. T. any prMuus :May since the campaignairnin.t '
l
spendl.ioo shaken when I' U. Edwards: and :Malcom Harrell.Mis the parasite was big nn MIIDOi
St. Lucie county cisizens; will Wilson was badly up the guest offriends >
Ellen Lynn was
$ ; \ for a monument to those of their airplane. No: .IS.'J-Hi;; ;, bound from I relatives here last week )!.
their lives C'arlsrom, part of u'' and 'In10)'. 119;' .
its soldiervho gave up Daytona to as lI's111 Harrell was the guestof ; The cattle dipping Lasts I
in the great: world war. The monument flying circus plunged l into a cornfield V. Edwards Saturday aft.. total 7.n I..HI.: .; ) an increase of J.- The Flavor
will be erected: in front of theCOUI.t within the: city loots at Trilby Mrs. J. I l5'i.iiiover: ;\ the total for May, I'.UH.!

house at Fort Tierce.: Sunday; afternoon. Dr. DcVane i I.* attending ernoon.Misses. Harrell and Idler'i The dipping' : vats in use numberedI

Hoover, who is resting nicely : were: Jenevn the guests: of Eva and'I a'?.'?1 II. Following\ are number of cat 0 All three kinds sealed

Manatee[ county: This year's tomato at Trilby Sunday The machinewas Lynn Saturday afternoon.Mrs. tie diM| >mis by Stiito : Alabama

crop has netted growers in this II driven out of is course by contrary Ruby: .F.dwards Willard Kabon was u pleasant: 1.011.11; 1 ; Arkansas, .iii'ir;!t >;r;- I ; l-'lori-. & in air-tight impurity- ..9
close to a billion dollars w iud-*, and the engine went honuSaturday du, :uri'J.Sn'l; : ; : ( \ : \ : ; - r
county T. l H Edwards: Miss"u ,,
_farmers in a number' ui"I places are, -i _.I while II Y;..,?..*. -v nt ta- height of- 20OOUUUIl ) caller at the Iunn. I-"Pill. .. :: , : I Be

alreadyplanting rice; most of it is feet. In falling the machine strucka afternoon.Mr. Mrs. C. V. Edwards were North: Caiolina, N.'J''l:!!' : Oklahoma\ proof packages. ;
: anti
about July 1. and at the present wire fence and is almost completely Mrs C. 11. ill"1'1.: ' Smith! Carolina, i 1'--.1..7:
planted and
rate there should be 1goo,1 I demolished. The machine. turneda the Nvwsom: !guests Friday.Mcsdamt's of Mr.. u,,,7-M) 1.] v., 1 1.i.;;->.'''": "I'' T. sm. SURE to get WRIGLEYSWMA

acreage in by that time. complete summersault.Struck ; Will )Harrell\ : Alma Il I' '

iion' and) Willard Unbon wet ( \ ''ipleaant :Nty"illy
is believed to be the smallest automobile' traveling I AFTER
What by an callers on Mrs. C. W. !I' Jr, ?!
' '
piece of land ever sold! in Miami at a high rale of peed, Miss! Harriett wards Tuesday afternoon. EVERY _

was di-posed of recently. In .size wide.it Armstrong list: Liberty stl'l'et'l:I Mr. ,1. V. 1':11\\1\1'1111: and fi" i ispent MEAL

waff".t long and :30 inches was instantly killed on the Friilay afternoon as the r >.

Another! piece: was also disposed! ot leach speedway at 7:30::\ o'clock lust !' of Mrs. Dilly Surrency.

recently one foot wide and 900 feet :\lnlld/I '. :Miss[ Armstrong! with her'"Ktir I, :Miss C'lurn Cone, of Drookci. '

lonu. :Miss lona Armstrong! were |!'the FOIII'th'ith her cousin t ;,. > .
beach in their; bathing ,
crossing' the '' tMwards.I: .
\V. n. O'N'cftl:-< of Orlando' a lead,; suits for a dip\ in the ocean when thetragedy ,I : !Seeber 1.lwOI'II'as; in J Hier :, WN
ha
of the state occurred.\ Her body'as horribly
ing I Republican {Saturday morning. hH 41
been appointed director of the Flor-tin.\ mutilated, both limbs being ,I :Mrs." C. II. r.W"UIII'a'- in Hi. "I. I U
i Ida State Speakers' bureau of torn oif just below the knees and herv Saturday motring..L .

League to.. Enforce Peace. He wl1'h I .,..'.._...!. "..,0..1".1.n__.__ 10I pulp. Practically \\1.1'.-":1104 ,\IL-IIIKI"<_......1.: I.I..'.I..n. ..... ./la I... 'e.T.tl\tll... ".Snl.. u \
: charge: of the state speaking every bone in the: torso was brokenand unlay and Sunday in lirookel tinguest i
in progress for the body )being almost \ i
campaign now I crushed the of her cousin Miss' Clan.Cone.
ratification of the league of nations unrecognixeable as that of a human LEMONS MAKE SKIN

covenant. [ being. One of her limbs was broken I :Mr. C. II. Newsom and famiK FOUND DEADIN WHITE, SOFT AND CLEAR
'into three bts a piece hanging to the with
the day very pleasantly -
T. J. Ferrell of Wuuchula, had one car when it was brought to a stand- spent Mr.I and Mrs. C. V. Edwards Sunday LIFT OFF CORNS! BEDROOM ForA

and a half acres of beans that sill many feet from the spot\ whereit I :Mr. Will Ward, was in lirookeiSaurday Make This Beauty Lotion
brought him $877.79; two acres of had snulfc'cout\ the life of theyounJt morning. ., I Few Cents and See For e

cukes $l,288.f: and making six acres a total of watermelons of- woman. The testified blood\ bespattered the\ terrific I Little Orne Edwards has been on .Apply few drops then lift sore, [l'nuHU. l Experience: of (;ii'orgin. lady I Yourself.What r
$650; ,I and beach awhile batwe
car for
sick list quite '
the of
,,,, neard
SinsationLast
hn
and Crenle!
from nine a fact that the \\hicb ( girl or woman
received the
$2.916.38: impact and are glad she is improving.. touchy, corns off with complexion
truck land. J. p. Bell's what struck her.: lemon juice to remove
of knew be in style as
half acres I victim never lathing seems to skin and to
trucking brought him his machine Wednesday night Mm. Julia blemishes; to whiten the
of brought I
Jackson nswim
six acres When: there was quite a crowd enjoyed fingers. freshness and
hu.1I I' (;ieorgiu near the bring out the roves the
and realized what ISrown who liven! IM
full Those
to stop evening. present
$2,100. a Saturday !
lemon Juice
1 Itut
?
happened he fainted dead away andrestoratives were :Messrs. T. B., C. W., Seeber floridline, found about )fifty 11I11111'I I the hidden beauty irritating and
honey crop I : dead in her bedroom., alone is acid, therefore
county
Wauchula : had to be applied. Arthur and. Harry Edwards, Wudr11'ill ial mosquitoes : with orchard white
The mixed
) should \bo
is moving rapidly now. Cephus, Luther and Makollw'Harrell She was! very much surprised. Upon fine cloth

greatest: production in hives many and years 1000 patent with ['or-
are been sprayed
There
hud
room containing about! three ounrPIiIIf
the
old fashioned straight hives The sale in of Saturday evening June .28, the ou'nt" the nfll'rllll"nlc.f"\ .... by her' bottle orchard, white, then shako well anti '

county valued at $DOUO.exceed $12,000 white amusement! company staged a sun. ''II)lmlt'llt' is a new preparation, j i j: you have a whole quarter pint of skin

honey and I wax will there is plenty of two hour and half show which wasenjoyed Looking:; far. Virtues.Wh . put out by the C. It. Williams Company ''and complexion lotion at about\ thoI

this season and hoes. by all present.: The box was 'n you hiivin mind to divert I of (Jiiilinan, Georgia, and iscrruting I I I cost one umiully jmys for a nmtill jar
room for more well occupied by the officers and your t'lincj. consider 'the good, ,1 qualities quite, u sensation! all over thu of ordinary cold cri'iirn. Ili) sure to

have been their families also many Tullahas- Of your 111"1'11I1111"|' > "' es ; us tile enterIirldlnn South. !11 is deadly to tlil.... tin,squi-'| I strain the lemon juice HO no pulp get;

Million dollar crops .several sections se !gentlemen present.: Among those! %lp"!r of till- mini the. 1IIh''Iof , t> toes, ants Ileus, lice, mites, bedbugs i into the \bottle, then this lotion will re- I I Inrplir,1
turned out of at least! and were Hon. N. A. hutch lIon J. C. another the Illicrallty of a third roaches, etc. It has a pleasant! odor, mil In pure nnd fresh for month1 When

of the state this season' About \ Luning.: State Treasurer DI'II.ViIIls and so on. For tln't-e, Ix l nothing) so t-n- will not oil clothing! nor 'IIruitllt'l'111.1 il' daily to the Farr, nock arms t r
the end is not yet in sight. A. Hodges. LLGG harmless to human 'i hands it should,' help to blench
Florida land Butch Col. William tertalntutIts1Il": !> IM..I' Mn 1 \ \rtties / is ubxolutoly! am)
the only things that !grow in citrus I The building was crowded as usual. .xhllol'O"\' \ in ,tli-,, rliol.'trer| nlthose hemgs. "Tui inetit"': is put up\ in U.ricbotles. i clear, smoothen and henntify he( skin

seems" to be garden stutT and Sunday June :.Ml, services were u e inii\tr-'- \1> !i "" ')! rntu' o-'> Sold liy dealers i.-vi-rywliere. | Any druggist will supply thr''n oiinr -
fruits and hogs, and cattle and !grass, J, II I ,,_ !... tin' reI little r"- df nrcbnrd" white ut very little cost
accounts. conducted by Superintendent j lnillletolsl.\! ll" |io :ll'l' t! 'In- Ili! ,t'-i't' hurt a liit! Drop a hall'tho lom-
and population and bank I Blitch. In the morning, several of I fore. lie til'Mi.-. h' 1.,1., 1 Mil. .. A''. I . i /.. ..' on an aching corn Instantly Ill, tol.N'H' I'll'-I 1 top. 'klrker, WII- .lol, rind' your gro.-vr ((99)I () )
visiting officialmade. short talks I ..1I1I" \It'"iI.II$. hurting then you lift tbe "I 11 Itul, I liapl boil'-N' guy. on-.Ailv.
the
.1 i corn stops
t,>......'n.>liui... Island .just forty-five 1 .. _., ..."! m' thi...., ,lift._. M I
! in Bahama is- on the honor' Kysu-m Him ,flit '<:1.1.! Yes, magic! 1- .
Miami i :
mill east of I. services were coml'i-tei' .! b"Iluv. .j.jI -: :;.:: :-: i'ii-j; ..: :- :1
1 landwill be well mimed for planshave :! iM'iiunn ..r c' the viitors i-- .\ t'ny !bottle of Freezone costa but : : ; -; = Ef -'
for a quarter\ S. S. J'I'tol'n. 11 drug store, but UI'll \ I i -
been announced of this I of tile day \\ei llm. IiRaifor aI fi w IM nt -< at :fury

million dollar development ,I liuifori' I 'r.l.. fiimaCaptain : | j ,' \- ei, I" remiv.n( e.'cry hard corn
. inland\ given on mnp.a\ South Cat I JlUB..RI''Ial"l:' !I. !:,i I II.) lVrsyth , : _,,iff cm'" "r corn" li'-twpen the toes,

I Key or Dollar Harbor. tt is planned Hiirh'and' H., : Mi .1 q| Al-J; '1 It Help ,'ir'" ,-I'l'i-i"; / without, \sorcnons ori ,II II.q III
hotel manycoitaires ; ,
1hill tourist il I 1. w'l' ,i t lt', I' tr ,-- .. _ '
to erect make I Ivarez and famil' :S'ai'I"'' i Ii .., A _..... -- ;
I' tennis court, etc, and for thl; Ill.. ",-"d) t ft '.'I'!'' tb There can be no doubt Pas ., i / e I i ih" en.ational di c09. I : t f'I I 1
" the key n ante playwroimd( \ to the merit of! L'irdui: 0'" \ "f .1,, I T.cmrati gi'ni'in.;' It Is wor I I:7 I

I very wealthy. I carTbe pi'-: > ,'rF at 'I""." i ,II'h, '" the wr,;.w'a tonic in ''"' ,,1\ Ad'! :Nn: 'I."FAKE" \. I
of many
tr".rnc.nt s.
( t:'I 1 Fi the -- - "
f'
getting" a faintecho HK 1 lit.ii' . I troubles peculiar to
I 1'inellaconntv\ i- ,In.sVh,." I the'" !In.' is f'.i., Mi.elt \ '"I'.' women. 'I he: thousandsOf 4-; ASPIRINWAS
iartl" : + I
old . I
/ ,
. good ,
the
of v' CAR
: hAn 1hu.- | III. I i f f then to ' 1 wr "u: "I- '..I'! hive been TilL t'NIVCKSAI.:
n cow was more vnKiablc! : 1'1, .i ! ; .!. i 'I'' I' t"-!p.d t C ,in' ii i-i the '
mal lif'. Free range! < tiUlemen are" //I u I' i '' ..' ,."l li I p-\t\ to' '1'I conclusive I I

. p' r-i-tently cutting the county TarrvitiSpring fence. d i lIll W..., ''or.w ',-' i certai I'K.1 f i ,I..i i .' I I I'I I rr' "' 'that H I Is aJJ'd I .1 TALCUM I Every fanneruhl have or one more I

built between Oldsmtir and! i '.. h'U'i.i', :ii ''lilt' n : lilt 'o :me for women i liecausuof the profituck( H'I
HilUhorouvh count'sr"'k 'I j I t.;; 'u. .I; sh a who suffer. It should ford Trucks
tn keep ''.rr i'"
r\e\ of Pinellas. A count: ,,11 i did IliiUhoiouifh l I 1 $ help you, too. +t --- sults that will follow their use. There
out The iiitu. i- i : nri "I: i r+

gnnir of workmen and cattle mend men the cut cut win th'. nine Toed,) HU'O at ,this In.ft'it, op', ,/s" ii' ". TakeCARnU Therefore Insist:: Upon Genuine \ is not any uuuns'" work about this state-
day )11:01": '!
curry '".1 I!
P.i.'i'lf.
11M! I l.i.- ,' 01| lr Tablets
in
; thousands
; It was cut ii" : "Bayer been on
night.
f"n"l'" ; ' several complet! 111"1''n't. '(m'galuze t i t "*,," ' ment. It has proven

sept placeone ion- have night been and taken away al, not only fur. 'I'( I .r.eiu. II ,,,''f of Aspirin"M.Hn.r of farms. If you farm come in and let
but daub .1
prisoners .. I about the Ford Truck'svallie
times. !iArse- here in this eflu'.0\ 1 us tell you more

-operating .?. taxi! tint..... racks.. and .some pHs ;r. to you in sure dollars and) cents
Alvin B. Green, u---
cab line between Florida Alabama a helping hand. It is a personal nutter to every
saving.
shot to I Tonic; R?
was rThe Woman's
DeFuniak Springs I Hl : :
.I and death near here Saturday afternoon TRAMMELL SOLDIERS AFTER BONE 1 farmer. The Ford Truck is a busines* I

by thtee passengers he was carrylnl!: Mrs. N. E. Varner, offt'xson necessit. Orders should be left with usat

A shotgun was used and then head.the I Washington! D. C., .T .r: 7 .- ' Tcnn., write ulub-nt Aspirin, Tab- early tlt.'l very.
throughthe of fri !
over Green's u I was passing( ; once in order to net ;
weapon broken a lonely : ator Park Trammell "ntn' .IP I . M}' back and o -.t:M. I t..; a lirouklyn: manufae- I .la I
to \l'
The body was dragged.Alfred has been his efforts to obtain u fit 1',1 'r !t.' !I'".,,, -.ies) were terrible andn . 1 '.Ui n I.. 'l'r proved! to Price $;;:;0. without body f. o. d. Detroit
branch. William according for the !soldiers.\ H> i I! IT V auf'ja, ; itidcscriba- ,! of Talcum Pwder.I
DeFuniak and I can't tei! how I' -t .1 mail ;
all'iw.iigia b.u Just
arrested at '
mcn-nr"
confessed ,to have parsed a I about J I'n.i: 1 uld""f" Aspirin"! tho true
t'nlnhas ,' and lu-rc I hurt ; -
the authorities .j.! pr-vioiM i
to in the crime. bonus in addition I all! over I think . I '} ,ni', .\', ?' rn-an mn'lo and Amort..1 -
to hs part bonus of $110. as follows. begT.: l. rdiii: and ray .. ', .'. 'I'I rablett! are marked with FORD GARAGE '
farmer $30 for three and not oxceI'nsffour p !or': w k IS and less, 'aft "[layer Cross." 'I
Joseph Gorra a prominent veryscri"us months' service. | unti,: I jvnsI'd.. I am 0' > owl then msiat upon "Bayer A. \\'. & G.; t\. ANDERSON, Proprietors I'I

of :Moore[ Haven, received Saturday.a tfio for four and not exceeding (ivomonths' remuAuty' str ng: for a ablets Ask tot of A -[llrln" and always buy STARK( FLOKll I :
horse :
of
from a 64 sce.I
kick j i +- woman years
unmanageableand service. 'I: th" original Bayer package
became I do all housework i-rti in/
The horse to get him quieted he $90 for five and not exceeding I Imonths' Try Cordui; my, today. whii-h contain proper directions and dWI
trying
in I II \
the service. f .
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kick from the horse in :7 sage t
received a crushed and $120 for six and not exceedingvpn Aspirin i" the trade mark of Bayer

head.\ His nose A was small piece of I .,, month service. )I + Manufacture <>t Mon.jaceticacldester[ .
fractured. months. .
skull each serving seven
ththorie's hoof wa taken from. the U50 for !










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jai PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 11, 1919-

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fordj; CIILKKIMt\ : .\KliYOne each asked w write their names on Pine Hill spent) last Friday; ; here with [r Mies[ Mildren I Crosby! iP;: m Jack I n'M; Olc1.ain; was a business vim-
''I' Bra County TelegraphPnWi the fly leaf. Ii -hopping last> Tuesday morning, !' :sonville studying at Urouhon'a 'Baal- < tor to Orlando Wednesday and Thurs I
of the prettiest weddings ever Two Boy' .Scouts. then entered and Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards! of' ness college day.

solemnized:> in Starke was that of to the Mo'und of the bugle orderedthe I Old Bradford. atended the funeral ofd j _. --- --
\W-kly. and entered All IIt'Cend - -- ---- --- ----
innna: Dai by, fouith daughter of bride-to-bN to "report to head here last Sunday of Mrs. Margaret|
clam mailer at the jjoHt-ofJice! at Mi. and ;Mrs., A. .M.; Darby to Cupt. quarters" which )proved to be a !Lewis i iMis I

; Clarke. Horlda.E. t harlc-s William Chalker U. S. K. A., "pup tent" simply arranged in the ; Ray Godwin and children, of I

>=' = ..Midilltburg; which interesting dinning! room. When! the bride was Pint (Hill, spent last Friday hart with I SEEDSNew
S.: :MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner. runt iiccuied on the! afternoon of heated on the floor of the tent "hr her sister, Mrs.. :M. P. Mattheny. I'
ROBINSON, Associate Editor. lulv/ :'ird, at four o'clock at the residence was deluged with beautiful gifts of Sirs C. II.[ Ntwsom and childrenof
1. C. Much val.
Fall ready
(t ; of the bride on Thompsonstreet linen, lingerie, cut glass, silver and Old Bradford, were in her shop Catalogue soon.
'i chinu, tokens of the love and esteem ping last Tuesday morning. uable and interesting information contained in

1919 u LYt 1019 Tint lovely home, always most at- in which she Is held by her :'otr.... A. D. Hall and son A. D. Jr., our Fall Guide in addition to full seed list. Send
: I ..._. i i iL5 trurtive, wii""* never more so than on many friends. of Tampa, are spending this week
to-day for to be sent just as soon as
r."",, rlrt :U..: wfD : 1NU rlRl- *]J i iq this, occnxion. The drawing room, A delicious ice course was then with relatives and friends I' name copy
\ .- ii'icption hall and living room were served by these charming hostesses :Mr. and Mrs( 1 H.[ Si'uy and children?, off press. See Free Flower offer
-r- -::- 1 2Z31EP I ; ? simply but elFectivcly decorated' ably assisted by the little Red Cross of Cooter Pond were in our town i
with, trailing Southern" \ ) smilax and nurses Saturday afternoon. COMPANYPLANT
KILGORE SEED
i 617 I tf f1 10: 102 .sha_ta daisies, clIl'rying.tlt a color II. It.I : Brown, one of our pro.'I'ell.1.
motif <.if green and white. IBRllrnu'lt: rrrll I", live. merchants, has been visiting in I CITY,

:'a i .j' :'> I3ji4l51617lQL212223242526| } ]$t'19 I 1'mr> ,ding tho ceremony Mrs. A'dkms Branford and ;Mayo. 1 FLORIDA'J
/. .\ Hung charmingly "A Per- Brooker, July 11.-Dr. Jim Bishop Mr. and :Mrs. Thedore Litchfield and .
"' C<."11 Love" Promptly at the appointed of Alachua, was here last Thursday little daughter, of near Clayno, were

i hour the bridal party came night at the bcelsi<.le-'of :o.frs.lal'lClLl'l't: here shopping last FGriday after : a IlQmc.mcrc::: { ::i+ ; :mru: : AJll'Lh CIDmmmCIlnm.cmmr.lilrnmrnw.ntmm!: : :: ; 31i4't
: ,y down the stairs to the struin.s. of Lewis.; i noon. I I
TIT
2728293031 "The American W'ddlnlla1'ch": by P.O"II Sun'enry, of Pine Hill, wa in Rev. King, of New River, will filii tit
__-__ I He Korea, beautifully rendered by our town last Saturday morning his. regular appointment here next' 4t,1rr
,'t : :.r...... UeWitt Cecil Jones. sister of I :Mis. Fred Brown, of Lake City is Saturday and Sunday. Everybody invited I II
{ :Might l I"> a i-c'"d. I i idea for. the banks the bride Copt Chalker, accompanied here visiting relatives! and friends to attend these services.C. I I itrr

. (. with.if. <4't;. ,ile.posit. vaults to adve'r-, hy his best man, :Mr J. ;Morgan Mr, II. C, Surrency I left last Wednesday I N. Shaw spent last Monday at W e Buy
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.'t tine th',M. .inparn. and price-two Darby entered, first taking their for Ruckingham, Oa., where the county seat. u
'I', I' quart, si vl' .<.', n \iiu and I so un up to places under. an improM'xcd arch of he will visit relatives.Mrs. ;Sir Billie Cone, of Plant City is : b I ,

' Tit i} half ha''I''I-' i 1 ,aid, ) laiifir! .-Times-Un. IJ., S. flairs and greenery They weruclosely ; Brown, who has been visiting. I!wisitiug, his moth..rIrs.:\ Emilyb- 'pi' !
ion. followed by thr- maid of honor her. left last fur 1: bolt, of this place. :Mr.\ Cone is un
1 patents, Saturday ,
s. - --' .------ Miss; Jl'1II1111.tt.latthOw": and the Dunncllon where "he will join her i I old Bradford county boy and is highly, '

'. t J, No mare playing hookey, young matron of h'lI1ol'h.: ( .... rieorgoMarks i husband.Mrs. elated over tho )progress! of his na- ,, ) Bonds
,. canal! The compulsory school !law also a sister! of the bride. ', I hive county His friends here areiiuiinvious I liberty !
.onll.1"trewln" !I ; L. T. Osteen. .spent last Friday I ,r
",I i\8 go: to school or daddy goes to I Then entered little Annie }. 'afternoon and, were more than glad
with relatives at Pine Hill
,l nil.! -Tampa Tribune. But everybody : rose leaves in the pathway to meet him
knows that In tho counties of the bilde\ entering on the, 'I Mr. W. P. Byrd and "iMter.11:19; I, :' L. F. Lewis. of Arcadia, was ' I IIr In

,t f where illiteracy is most prevalent arm of her father, who !gave her in Mabel;beet of Graham were in our town I galled to the bedside of his mother, ;: : 'mII_ "" "'_''''''''''''' .01 itIc
, ? there will ho the I least enforcement marriage. The impressive ring "nturday morning. ;llri. ;Maigaret[ Lewis who died July i 1
of the compulsory school law Paddy ceremony of the Baptist church was !.1 Among chore who .spent the Fourth Both, Mr. Lewis m a successful real P,' I
I I I will not ge to jail, young man read by Rev. Blanchard Law, the. In Starke were :Messrs. F. Dynl and, (I ie.-tate dealer in his home town. I d' d.I Iu
even If H Florida law says that he bride's pa-inr. son Melvin r Fred, Ilnzt-n, Cldon Baxter i :Mrs. Co wart, of Ft. Ogden, Fla. a, d'n '
?. will. Vtodily has a Note no matter The bride| wns exquisitely lovclv i': Carl I Lewis Harley Hazen[ Guy who has been' visiting relatives here, ;; u

9 how illiterate he is.! -:Miami Metrop:\ In her wedding/: gown of white cluehesq'I Pinhid-ter) Abe CI'o..bn.. B. G'olson. ;,deft' on Monday to visit relatives in
olis. Muybo hr will pay the fine. I Mat iin with trimmings of lace. 1 lei- Kills: demons, W. II: demons. and Battle Creek, :\1 i ih, i it
i I I tulle veil was caught to the hair Misses: Ruby Cmsby, Luhedia Plnhol-( I ;\11''', :.Margaret Lewis j jI I II r: 'r.
ester. Ora It'h'in. and :Mcsdumes. G. of sadness "t over !I t ,
Tho fact that two advertisements, with U wreath of orange blossoms. I I A glow was ca "
I '1 :i";
H. CoNon and son, Ressie: and Eli and its surroundings on last "
appeared inn New York paper, one She carried a !shower' bouquet of our town i I I'I r 'j
of which called for colored harbor bride's roses and. valley Ii iii(.... :MfMarks' I Ch-mons, and children. Saturday meirnmg,, July 5th when it I ua J
I f Roland l Anderson of 'I ; F
; Jacksonville announced that Mrs :Margaret
offering $WO: per week and the other I dre''s wns of white organdie' was I
t ,, ha-. been visiting his parents! Mr. and Lewis. hail I'assed from time into the
alh
Mi-s :
(! while Matthews wore pningreen
calling for n teacher nt $/15 ) i I
I 1U'+. Lein Andeison. of Went here. | great beyond. Her death occured at Market Price Paid J"
Doth carried bouquets
month, }liiis, caused, a leit of dl'I'"IIMlon'l organdie arm I : i;"
1
1 of Killainy The little ;M'-ssrs. A. 1!t. Surrcnert L. (jaitw)', ht.ilt'm't'. in llrooker ut !0 o'clock
rose'
Likewise when boy : I
a flower adorable in much 'i Lester Plnholster, L. .\. Brown L. I m. She; was. surrounded, by all of i r"{
girl III.
was a I'
ped .st-hoe-1 I to seek work in n mine I Groover visited the seat Mon. relatives 01'
'[ rulfed fl'c! ofvhite otgandic with county her children and near ex- ti' Them
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education.
finish ills For
teacher urged him to / '1
day. grand I .son Lewis Shriver who
butterfly' how of >ale iriien tulle. rapt n
/ lie politely told his teacher She carried a dainty| white basket ';(! ;\rr.[ ... T. C. Hazen !spent last Satiir- I is em his way home from overseas.Mrs. ," "! ::

that he could earn more without an tied with huge hows .of tulle. day in Alnchuu shopping. : [ Lewis was seventy years old ;rinj
education, than she could with one. Miu.-iir! ; t'v' cn-m ,t-y: an informal I I! ;Miss\ HumOlliver.. nf pine (Hill[ ,.''I and, Bird from a complie-ation of diseases. I } 1
e v Teachers themselves should demandmnrr receptionVIIH held while the was in our town last Friday morning Sho was under the .skilleeltteattnent tr r
" t money; they are entitled to it. many! friends picxcnt showered the :Mr. and ;Mrs. A. .-\ Hazen and children of Dr. Bishop of Alachua h iu rt,

i. Maura! Haven Times. ( couple with sincere trood wishes and scent last Sund.iy afternoon with, and Dr. Russell of Brooker. All Wall I it itry
lconiriituliitotis.I ;Mrs, Hazen's: parents, ;Mr., : and Mrs,' i done that medical, aid and loving hands ui
f The editor, of H newspaper learn I I :Sirs .T II m after due expe-riene-e I not to expect I the punch table, which was placed, ; Jnhn Shiver, G. N. Lewisnnd t tt r,, thni'jughly consecrated Christian. woman
( very much in the way of thanks for I II imliian arch iif Shasta daisies. and.I t ,I sun Carl D. Lewis, Guy Pinhol I anel a consistent member" and a It i Bradford County G y Bank '
a column of pleasant things hut he Ismilax in the reception hall Later .star, Richard Lewis of .\,'('aelin, amnidon I zealous. worker in the cause of Christ,
.h, knows as !surely as comes the seasons | on ice cream was. sowed by Misst-.s I Baxter were visitors to Galnes. in the Missionary Baptist church at
i Ii. that n single line in which Kathleen and) Aileen Alvarez, Ella villa last. Saturday.Mi this place nnd will be greatly missed I 'u.
. there is an unintentional mistake |I May Long ftessie-. Tribble and ;\1t.s. ; '+>. W. Middleton: ; and childrei), t by all who knew her Her wide popularity : Bradford County's Financial Stronghold n i
t' will cause some one to be heard Sinclair Peek I inf Stnike, spent Sunday here wit)h, was attested by large concourse .
from Also! when he makes n pleasant I The bride has nlwa>s made her I trirmdx.Iles, . of people who attended the ::' ESTABLISHED 1889 )
mention 0it)! time. of Homo person home in Starke and truly numbers I ; Alice Olliver and, two daughters last sad 1 rites of tribute of respcit )
"\. place1 or thing but on the thous- I Iher friends by her iii-quaintaiices by WIIII1110: and Cantoe, of Pim N to this' noble and, good woman. ui i STARKE FLORIDA. !
oath time he fails to do so, he must. whom. .she will be sincerely miss- I Hill, attended, the funeral of Mrs[ She leaves' to mourn her demise .sixchildren 1
not expect to be forgiven. The omission u'd i J. C'apt. Chalker, t' S. H. .\. is j Maigaret: [ / Lewis; here last Sunday' :.1 sons and :.1 daughteiMessrs. '- 111
fir J may have been im t trident inaelvertenee the younger .son of ;Mr. and ;\11'". (1. I mm'ninq. ; G. \\'. and! f It.[ L. Lewis of #F 'ar
or eve-n an entire lack I A. Chalker, of Muldleburg; and has :Messrs, I Lucian and Marvin !Hazeland Brooker: and ;SIr R. L. Lewis of Arcadia r 1i i,'
( /. of kne wledgo, it matters ant The just. recently returned from Fiancewhere I Misses; Lorena and Eunice Hl1z)1 t and :\11'.. John Shriver andMisses l "a n'l1'If1IDr'Jmtmr.Jr.llJr.IIcr! :!! : :: f?: f '.!OnIMPORTANT:! (' '' (' ('! 'IU1JUWIIIH: !lJ11ClOlll!
simple filet remains that he will not he saw m'tue service with :, of tia-nesville; ; pent' the week-enc Piney and Laura Lewis of

,t be judged, on that.-ExchangeOov. I the .\. I 12.; F. for i-icrhteen months. here.Tho. (llrookr'r.: '
i (dipt, and :\11'a. ('hlllk,.)' left on the! families of J. n W. H. and E, The funeral services were conducted, atJ\J: \ JCID .EmIrnII: ?II r.nIDarnCIIJJDf.lQrnxIXI: :: : !: : !: JoruI:: JlO
the i, H. demonspent last Sunday at the'. ill appropriate- and impre-sne
I Sidney J. Catts was quest Seaboard limited for a two weeks' a very { :
of ('01. and.I ;Ilea A. 7. .\elkins ,during honeymoon nt various points. of in- home, of E. Anderson. manner at the Baptist church by Eleler : Fn
J. bin stay in Staiko the fourth i| wrest in t'loriil.1, after which they I :\ji." Clara) Cone spent last Fridu Wood of Starke. Intel'ment conk { TO
I + i will return to Starke for a brief with relatives at Old, Bradford and I I'l.ice nt Dedan cemetery em Sunday )

+Ii) *. Mrs.; I1. ;M. I'nelgett and ;Mrs. J. E.Mnines visit. before going to Camp Grunt, was ai-compnnied home by her cousin,, .ifternoon The floral offerings were 4 Amateur
t of Lake Butler were in tho III.I I where Capt. Chalker IM. stationed / ,[ Miss; Georgia j Edwards.Mr beautiful in profusion.Miss Photographers i
:'J city! ;Monday, guests. of ;Mr. and :Mrs.W. '. until his regiment, is ordered to I ; and l ;\11'''. \. G. Hayes of Oil I -- --.-- -- i .
'J ,. ,1. Epperson.IJ | Honolulu where they will make their Bradford! spent Saturday, lure with! J ; [ Emma lIit'k"rr., ; !llieks! and >
I lll'llllt frienels.Mr . (;t'n. and Clarence\ Hicks, of Hampton ) THE NEW YORK HERALDla iii
I,. II. 11 ill, of [I.aty was. in StIIl'ke The bride traveled, in 1modish ; and ;\11'''. C. F. Litchfield an.l. ; ;Mr. and ;\11'''. Fl'lInl10111'; (' and ii
.' I on business. Thurs,bty. /suit j>( blue with which .she wore u Icon attended church here Saturday, at Miss; Thelma Moore, of Jacksonville\ offering a series of prizes for the best photographs for reproduction in the
1: | blouse of white eiiibioulered chiffon. the Advent church. :Mr.[ andMrs.l Joe Mattox and<1 :Mr. r Summer Resort Pages. Prizes will be awarded each week and GRAND
I'':' ::1 t Hr. W K.: ;Middle-ton, \ and family Her hat was blue. irrey ,gloves, shoes: :Mr. Julian Collins, of St. Petersburg' and ;Mrs. Embry of Jacksonville. \ F PRIZES at the end of the aeason.
\ have moved to the W. Tl. Ilaynos residence and hand bug I'm i.-hod a charmingcostume. is here visiting his sister, ;Mrs' J. F. anent the glorious Fourth ht.\'(.. Mrs.Embry ,
i cm, ;Madison. street Biooks.Mr. . ) was fOl'n1l'l'Iyfi.; [ .." Louise Weekly Prizes 150010005.00
I Numerous gifts of .silver, cut : . It. ,.... Suriency. of Graham Mattox,, and her 'man" friends here- Grand Prize---$250 Pathescope Motion Picture

;Miss!' Clara :Moitt returned, home I, .glass, ihinn and linen were recciedby was in hue last Wednesday, morn In//(, wellglad t 10 .rr her and, her brother Projector.

1 Monday lifter-noon! after! an absence. this popular couple..1nnng Fred Ha/.en, who has been at Perry IIl.t'lIin. Second Grand Prize $100 Camera.
of .several months.Messrs. I I the out of town guestsat . for some time, is!' home. -- --- ------- --
the wedding were! ;Mr. and ;Mrs. I ;Mr. Arthur Kdwards. of Old), Bradford Third Grand Prize.$50 Camera

-J : A. P. Andrews, and R. It.I I n.; A. Chalker. of ;\Ii.hll.hurlt11"; ; I , and Miss: Vera Surrency, of pint Fr
',.'t Weaver, of Raiford were in the city Purdy, of !Daytona ; ;Miss( liens Trib-i Hill were guests at the home of J. C.I --- ..r1'I'I-- ..-. Frp p CONDITIONS[ OF CONTESTOnly
I Tuesday, on business.. ble, of Lake City, IInd11': Percy Cone last Sunday nfteinoon.S .

'I I -- '(ill kin", c>f Jacksonville.SIIOUF.lt 1 B. Crosby has purchased the T. amateur photographer err eligible, They may iompl each week
:MM. C..1. Marks; and children of ,_. P. Ward. farm
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pictures must developed p intd before being forwarded and all sub.
Tampa, were quests. of friends, in :; : run \IIo\S: : D.\ ltinA ;\1 r. Fred Brown of Lake City wns II pictures
mixed become the property ol the I lerald and WILL !NOT; BE RETCRNED.Piclura .
, Staiko: during the weekend.Misses in our town last Friday the guest of
ell'Iilrhtfuilocial event was themi'III1I1l'uU" relatives. ) moil d.ir.d are chart Summer/ Girl type. hose of inlernling vacation event

j : fiertrnde, I.oiiiso and I.ois shower 'given bv Mrs.; Charlie Cone, of Pine Hill M..ti"n.1 r y w and of prominent "persons at vanous marts
Scott of I el.and., came up 1\-1, t week James Mitchell and Miss! Jeanette was. in our town last, Tuesday \ No photographer Mill, be tenured unleu the name and address of( the photogrspher snd
to upend some time at the home of Matthews: Wi-dnewlav afternoon. ping .hoP'I' i ihe ode are written on the bark Send all\ pictures

d r their grand, father Dr. A. I,. Scott. July :Jiul, for :Miss Emma Darby :Mr Will Hnriell of Old Bradford 'I IN JDEWBOr I II SUMMER RESORT EDITOR.I'or.w ,
uhose marriage to C'apt. Charles' was in our town last :Monday morning
ORK 1 IIERALD. Herald :
ptrACnAttt bCANUt Motes Square. :New York .
NOTIC F. OF Disc. ll larF: William Chalker.. S. A. took place enroute tei StarkeThe !': City
Sit month'. nfti'r date! | rurxif I Mill pr.it.>nt on the :Jlrd). I I many relatives and friend' of dtu(Jl ; !JI.QIJQJtjlQQmillQfJcrIIJJJj; i : ( f lCtEtt 'iI s JOT sinuocsaiBBssHsacasiTtmSKUtt : "
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my 0.-...Mtiiehi\ f.iinhni n* nod r. anal I'..",'""neri.tint.Imltri. ti<>f ,Ihe HrnilfnnlCounty II..n.. The attractive home ...fh':\ *. I, Reddick, Thomas are glad to> see him I Those trips on the water
H..n<1n. and n.k rW im tlnnl. oil.! Mitchell' was cluboiately decorated 'j i home ngnin. He has. be-en in th,' se-r- -with family or friends I.
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eharut Nt-WHom* R" ndminwtrnror dt eeiwtf.l. of thiHt ui i f Carter for the occasion with lags( and red | vic for Uncle Sam and has. uccuredhix I rr6fg3t11C8: f ; S3ar8 gCSSSS3I33CB3
Thi/ llth day of luly. tOl*. I white and blue cut (lower*. Little honorable elise-hnrge., are doubly enjoyable, '
S' >. N 1>. w \IN\V\.tmlnlHlrBtor nir.nrTlli1mfH Il.lIcH.Iitchdl; and Elise Jones, I Tom Baxter of Jncksom. I i- hero when there's an EVIN- i tr j' JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY I

4 i dressed as Red Cross nurses, giei-t- visiting his parents. ;Mr and Slra..L; ''r}{ T"
NIITII'!: OF 11'PIIrIrIOV; tllK T\C IX'Fl> e.1 l the 1 guests. at the door. Receivingwith P. Baxter. RUDE in the crowd. it'I LINCOLN:<0; IU'LLKV. Ph.D., I.itt.I, LL.D., PrssidentDeLnd.

f\PF.R trlx: SJCTIIIN I 6ANNIF'!I ; I'\nR: ;\11'", ;MiUhetl and ;Miss. ;Slut I Rev. Woods. of Starke, filled his Alwas ready to take you :tI: Florida
} ' inner h<.rpl.>v imt-n tlmt l.utlor li, Pi",ell tl1l'Wl'rt'' Miss. Darby, the honoree regular appointment at the Drdan SEND' NOW TOA CATALOG
pad l WIlllHm i*. 1',,"..tI ilninir .bimtni*** 'in (hennme where will and when ,
: M.. you
tif I'pwell, and l-.wi rll uirvhnierM of and her mother, Mrs. .i. HuibyMrs. I ;Missionary Baptist: church last :Saturday : I i THE r.nntVTE \RfMF.NT-Dfgree.:- of Master of Arts snd Sd...". --
Tax Certl9rAle I ; No ll>-. doted; : l' th.'nil: :fine: of ; ;Mitchell's v'ow I11.. of white and Sunday.Lewis you will. Portable attached I TllK COI.Jr.r.F; ': OF UlnR: \1. ARTS. MF\T-.ntr-on.: department" In all.fllE .
July, A I'l IMI" her flltil until n-rtifleate georgette! crept, lira. :Matthews I i Thomas of Ceiote-i Pond, teas :I rnl.! Fr.E OF I.nIEIILRrS I
FOB .
rny otTtei- and. .Im* mini' itientloii" for tuxdnHl to any rowboat or WO'tEA woman dean, separata fine ,
tit UHiiif in iiecoMlnnc-t with Inn S"I.I l l lvertitlitato wore blue embroidered genrgcttriwhile in our town !Saturday': afternoon "I mitories. fTIIF ,
a r pmhrnrtii. the fnlluwlnv ileneriheilpropirly Miss. nil I'hJo' wits "vgri| +It'' rte I ;Marvin/ ; Han-n and Walter Baxter canoe in a minute. Easyto tl HLI.r.E: OF I. IW-Cradualrs pracclca In Florida without siamlnaUon.
Florliln
lumt .1 l In Kriulforil county.
to..lt.Auulh..t t < I a dainty frock of pale pink georgette spent lat TYtday in Starke. 'rte 1 litHI.I: I FIE OF t'l: F.tIU'f..ur.: .. ,a .nirlnerrlnir leading to deine
Quarter of Norlhiniit' quarter of and ratio. with picture hat of pink I ;Misses Cecil nab!>)'n. Eva and I Ruby operate. HIT IIHIK.E FOR TE: \CHERS-F.peelally for Florida teachers.THE d
Section The said I I". TV tnnil" q.helnir 8 K aMNi-rt L'J H,.1 l nt' th. finer of 51 rl'.. Diuby was charming In bh\l'l Eilvvards, of Did) Bradford, <'re in Evinrude < COI.FGE OF Bl'SISES8-B.nltln.. Bookkxpln. Shorthand, Trp wrlUn..
thUrttmnei- of mieh ci-rtlMeiitt-. thinnmi* of voile with trimmings of gold I lace. our town last Thursday. afternoon, en- MagnetoBuilt- I I HEC."t;\,, Prepare for .n high trade colleges.TllK '.
!1. D Turkie llnlin mill. ) r. rlillcntp ."..11 brndeemrd f : SfHOOI. OF MFCHVMCRTSFor ,
bo
snd
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all the Au- roan men.
nccorilinif tit tae. tni .1..1 will, i i..tuthernin When IlI"t.Vcr. assembled I route to StarkeMr. in Flywheel Type '
on the ll'h ilny of Aimiixt. \.0 luriWitnvw '. in the drawing I'ocm.Irs.; [ and. Mrs.; E. T. Stewart and. vn,. I I 1'5 I UK SU IIOUL OF )H'Slr-PI.no, pips ocean violin, vole, harmony chom. work. '
my nlfcinl nlvnntun. nml ..al thin tomatic: Reverse, more :Specialttention: It. Called To ,
r the nth Bur. of July. A. D 11>\"'. Luther Powell read charmingly a'' Paul, siH-nt the week-end here at their 5;! THE SCHOOL! OF FINE: ARTS
W. T. WF.F.K; little booklet entitled ".1 Romance." and i
i home. speed power. 1 I. The Preliminary tonne \a'rl.ullarn..tnny..
m HnHy I I Iliolocr Ornanle and InorganicChemlntrr
l 1..1 Coimtv.
Circuit Court. "
clock
H. A. \SFKkS.( This was the "true acing of the romance Mr.( I. M. Pinholster. [or., was in our I qualllallo and Qunnl.lt" analysis, Agricultural Chemistry olio
7-H-5t. Penury Cltrk of C'apt. Chalkcr and Miss j I town (last Friday. enroute to Starke.' I SolJ by ., eralour Geology stc. J
Darby bound with white kid 1 the ;SIr L. Oowen !of Uranforl.pen' 1 1I r.1 1. The Pro.I.dl..1 Course -Physiology. Biology, Anatomy, Bacteriology, Histrnlogy, .
Leaving What leaves gilt edged and tied) with a the weekend here with hi. wife I IlI'U'I.EY Lr.MI5iit AXDsflTLY 2 i;! 7oolgy' llntsny Genersl Chemistry. Organic Chemistry, Qualitative and Qu..ntilatlvt -
Wlfey looked, out the window.la "It string of white !satin' ribbon and lilies Misses Maude and 1 Edna: Shaw were COMI'ANY Chemlmry Physics.I. 1
bt 'omlng i of the Thin. little book I I ' 1 I. The Courw for Religions, Worktn-In Biblical LJUratan. History., English PITchulugy ,
tlma for my spouse, to valley. the guests. of Mrs. R..1. Andreu last '
bomp," ..h" murmurer!. ".Mi. there he the work of :,r..... J. M. Alvarez, Sunday afternoon. I I Ii rtdegngy. Elhl. Logls and TheUm. "
Over PO OnO soM alert by 29: Covfr.r i I ;
comes-'und tlolllt'I..Jlly. 11.14 amused the was truly a work of art in the way Mr; and :Sirs EdJy Lewis. and chit i iI I K -
'p* !"-Ju J": c. of a bride's book. The guests. were circa anel) 11iss Minnie Green of the JLadLILag


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, l \MIIguests of :Mrs.\ Clark's! parent-, II' |
:Mr and 1 Mi*. X D. WamrightRuiford '


I' Epperson left Thur da>' for i iI
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of LocalInformation I :Newport; ) :ews'n.: ., after a fiftei-n- ,
day leave spent in Starke with his '

I I :: parents. Mr. and Mrs W. J. lppertoll. ::( I I BANK OF ST ARKE



C..r.ly Omr f...", ..."' ... .... I'rof. C. E. Pope who is attending
P.-w..... w ... c.-O" ,w.f T_ Smith-Hughes Teachers Training I
Course at the University of Florida
The BankOur
Gainesville, spent the Fourth in I Growing
--..- Starke. I

Boy's kneepants. Sternberg's. :MIK Thm Loweof Tampa 'is visIt I
Mrs. E. K. Perry-man I.ftFI'jay!
I 111 I; her futhi-i. Mi C. A. Mixon.
afternoon for Spartanburg S. C.,
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Roger II oi Jacksonville, ,
spent I
will her husband who
hl'1'shl'
LOST \\ join
the Fourth in Starke. II' V
I' is playing. with the South Atlantic :

Solid gold link cuff button,, League/ this season :i
F. A. Scott, of Jacksonville was u C
wei.ki.Midisitor in Starki.ator .-. plain. Reward if returned to 1,1'i i
.. :Misses Edna and Georgia : ,
I DeVVitt C. Jones Starke Fla. '
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of Lake nlltl r'I'!
J A. D. Andri-us, of Haioirt. -on two < i \ 'I semi.\nnualsti\temt"nt published in this issue of the Tel- .'
young> / !ladies, were in Starki (tIlt'I
Was in :Starke Friday
.. -.--- J. W. White and! t', A. Mixonent Fourth and spent the week-end with cgraph shows that from June 30th, 1918 t to June 30th, t 1919,
:Mr.\ and,I Mrs. W.' J. :
Epperson.
to Jacksonville the flit of the
\V, F. Godwin, of Lnwtey was al up ..
biiMiK- to Starko:; Monday. I week in response to a U. S, court -- - I our deposits increased 16 per cent i
summons. S. L. Peek assistant cashier. i of t the ,'

lltu; C. White made a business Bradford County Bank is takinir hn We very greatly appreciate this endorsement of our service f
vacation. During hiab
\i-it to Jufksonvile Sunday. Rub-My-Tism is a powerful antiseptic. summer /
It kills the poison caused from infected settee DrilY ton Colley is filling his, Imlshl1put\ forth every effort to merit this pleasing and substan- l

\1. II. JunliinVH a business visIr I cuts cures old<<1 sores totter, place. I tail growth in our business.
,ui I' :tI'(, .laiksunvillu Tuesday. etc, adv I "I
:'11'. and :Mrs. G. B. Colson M.rs,
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W. II. demons, Fred and 11111'1 ';
Warner's Corsets. Sternberg's.1' G. W. Hoffman retourned to his lla/.en, of Brooker, were among I the I I1 We especially( invite checking accounts No account is too

home in Jacksonville Saturday<< after visitors in Starke the Fourth from !!large for our facilities and none too small\ to have our very careful Lw\
J II I I i'I. levers!> of Brookor, was II'J' several days spent in Starke at the I that section. :
businu- visitor", to Sturku Tuesday. I home of :'11-, and :Mrs\ J, R. Davis. I attention. r''ii
I :Mrs: Steve; Yates returned; ;t to ho-
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M'IV"! Tnbhle, of Lake City, Miss Eunice Robinson returned to home in Tallahassee! Mote,Ia\ oft i' Persons who have never used a bank account are given a : '
attended. the ChalUcr-Dnrby nuptials. | Jacksonville Sunday<< afternoon after a visit of several days diifnti.,n .,pr>nt I ,

i "several weeks spent in Starke with in Starko with her parent' Ir) and cordial invitation to begin with us.Ve will take great pleasure 1 1in

Jay Aldeiiuan spent) the weekend !I relatives! MM. A. I II. Freeman. ; t '.
in Sturke attending to business mat __ __._ I IMessrs. explaining and showing you anything that you do not understand ;
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ters. Willie Epperson returned to Dun- It. S. Long 1'. P. IVUT. -, about the handling of bank account. .
nellon !Friday night where he is employed .J, Duke, R. H. Parrish, I 1.. C.; .
C. I.. Cooper, of Jacksonville, pent I| ) <
the week-end with relatives near Fourth in Starke. Ian, and :N.' II. Stakes of the western

Starke.Mrs.. ----.- -'-- part of the county, wenl, l buti.i\ I
Cliff Chantey, of Gainesville, spent ; '
" ) ness visitors! to :StarUe Mondnj!
i henryFreeman, of Homestead the Fourth In Staike taking part in .:
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ithe (guest of her parents.Mi the parade and assisting/ the local :Misses! .\
'. and )11'''. Win. Edwards. team in the ball game with Alachna.Mr. were called I to Jacksonville Xit utility . -- II. 711 :

. on account of the sudden death t ,
I and :\Ir!!. C. L. :\Moitt of Dins- < I!
J. E. PuwlniK:, of Lake Duller, was of their frmed, Mrs H.; I I. :Mi-Man; ;
more, were visitors in Starke during ;
attended, to business mutters in the I I nan. "
the we(>k.enl.tueOtl! of Mr. Moitt'iparents : .
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:Mr.\ and Mrs. A. E. ;Moitt. I
---- A. Crunke left Tuesday for n vi-it BANK OF STARKE
JIIIIKO Wills, of Gainesville was u to Rockford, 111., and other :Xorthirn; : ,
Arrow Collars. Sternbertj's.10c j '.
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business visitor. to Starke during the I points, I lie will probably 1',1"11,1 I

first part of the week. -- visit to f>ctl'oitIi'h.: ., and! hbllTI ...

N. C. Mr. Bropks is a good/ ( fi i 11'nd i
(Gull; quickly relieveConstipation, Buys! a "lack"Tasting to Starku and will not fail to till of
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and Pure Fruit the advantages/ of this section The Growing BankE.

Headaches, due to Torpid! Liver, adv. Juice Drink at
All Cold Drink Stands. r1
1'1'llt.V III. :Moitt returned S'mdiij'
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
Miss Clara :May burden, of Tampa, afternoon to Ft.' Scriven ( ;.a". nttei i

was! the week-end truest' of relatives :Mess. r.. H. Weaver, Chas moo.sI spending three days in Starke with t S. Matthews, Pres. Geo. C. White, Cashier. ( :
in Sturke. __ worth and Dr. A. J. Johnson of Uai- his parents :Mr. and :Mrs. ,1. E.: Moi't I.1:111" ,, \ I, I Ic
arrived in time to take pailin ,
I :
I ford. attended the Fourth of July
Douglass Shoes. Sternberg's.Ed. 'elebiation in Starke.Mrs. the parade of the Bradford county .

__ I .soldiers.

Burnsc-d, of Jacksonville, was I! : Alice Spaikman and /grandchildren ..
in the city Fiulay) taking in the his Alec and Willie .Agin :Mr and Mrs.: J\1.:\ nul""" and -1-== ---

Fourth I are !spending a louple' of weeks in family of Tampa, who |m\e bun p( ,

... -. --- t with relatives mid fliclids.i visiting relatives. in Starke durini the A
Rev. Alfred E\enden, of Starke Tampa past week, left Tuesday morning for I'-tuirud,, Tu.' -dol.,, .trrmnp.tuit' I hv )I'-'IH.HH "JI" a:1 H"t": 1, .: aautditt t it rQ- 1L.I"t IKUUI: ,, Itet. ii 1L[ I: It !O1 ii l n< I'JUIJI.K' IOIXIil! '

was among; the visitois .in Starko !I i ,;,; has more imitations. than any Worthmgton, where they will spenda ;Mis. (lardinci;+ and,) 'Unirliti r i :\Iii -s It ,
the Fourth.J. other Chill and Fever Tonic on the few days' with relatives before returning Gr'IVS i: who will spend' tinw<.ok at en

----.- to their home. lla-ting- Iti: ,Ton- .iilimiing totirke
market, but no one wants imitationsin ._. ) ; Anglers Attention y
C. Dyrd) cashier of the Lawtey medicine., They arc dangerous adv -- --- $ they will In- nn'ntb"rs' I of n n.
r'a
State Hank was in the ('Itylonday: :Mr. and Mrs. :N': A. mitch, who pur : who will tniitor, 'to the resortson ? )

on business. .1. R Eddinnf Onmesvdle. the have been the guests of Col. and the Cant Coa>-t.inoMtr ''IIII (
Futch for the ten' .. _
Singer sevvinrt rmuhine. represonta- Mrs J. F. past - -- J

Rub-My-Tism ill a !treat pain killer.It tive, was attending to business in Buys' left Wednesday for Daytona \ : Hie \i-itors to MUirkion :<
relieves pain and soreness caused! I this section Monday where they will spend! the next two the Fourth of July were MrIMIu I :;

by Rheumatism, :N'euralgia: Sprains. weeks before returning; to their homoin I'"I'kmlln and daughters Misses: I ''a:I The Bait Casting Tournament to

:Miss\ !' Marie Livingston! returned to Tallahassee. Im-/ and Willie B'-lle, of Jackson i ..
Mr. anti :Mrs.\ Bryant) Hodges, of her home in Tampa Monday afternoon ville. :: beheld July 4th was postponed.
Jacksonville were visitors in Starke after several ,days pleasantly C'. F. Coppedge, representing!' Miller j

during the Fourth.B. with relatives and friends, in l Rubber Co, of Akron, Ohio, wan in 5i This will be held '
!spent city today looking/ for un /agent toi",11 :Mr'( and ;Mrs. Julius' T. Adams, of ," contest nt our store

L. Ulanchard, the Telegraph's StarkeS. their full line Miller l RubberCo. Tniiii| accompanied by their' son I : on Thursday July 17th at 3:00
correspondent from Lawtey, was in D. Padgett, of Lake Butler was is. opening/ branch, and, warehouse Julius and. daughterMrs.: [E.; F.at;Mutire llo- il : p.m. JI 1
for few days
oro guests n
Starke Friday.Mr. in friends Gainesville and transacting shaking/ hands business with I give quick in Jacksonville!service to, Fin.the, so(Florida an to tel or.BI'/l forll. Mr.: and :Mrs. Adams are ,:::1 i JAil you fellows who think you can J; 1 1l

( and Mrs. A. Jolly.M their, of daughter Waldo, dnl's.I..y-Gnil1l'lville. Sun. ilcalf-rs. and demand to take for care their/ of tires.the increasing mnny former friends residents. hero nf who tlll'k.lnol are ,pleased hav 1 to :Q::\l cast---Get busy. The prizes to be i: l ,
Friday 01 |
were guests |
/ 0"->- them. again. During the SpanishAtTxrifiin ?: given are display in window. t
on
:Mrs.V., II.! Harvard fif.f.has\ proven it will cure Malaria, I' our ,>< 1 1of
of the The- Vii r ;Mr. Adams was first
y Among the citucns
bilious fever, colds I
Chills and Fever, 'II(
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district i whopent the Fourth .i-rgciiiit" of Company ;\l, 1st I'lor-
J. P. Coffin of Joohnstoun, wa and logrippp. It kills the perms; that rcssa I aI
attending/ to business! in this city cause the fever Fine tonic, adv in Starki- W"1'I'11'. and :Mrs. S. I I':. idle, Vol'intccr Infantry and l was con, K,I I GPl
:Monday \\.'"o.lnr.1ln,1. family, Mr. and, :Mrs. .itl..r.01 one of the most Hlim-nt Hirgeints I

Mrs. :Mabel 1 Harris and, little son. D. W. Moore and, family, R. :M. Ilciscy .,- !! 111 tho regiment. Shortly niter
lOc recent vis- and family :Mr. and, ;Mrs.! W. T. t thininipnriy.. returned Ii l > Storks :Mr.
Jacksonvillewere LUMBER!
Billy, of QUIfiLEY & SUPPLY CO.
For a "Kick" Taste tors! at the home of Dr. and I :Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Mr. and :Mrs. :M. 7.. Sullivan Adams!! moved. to Tampa whenhe has
Its HealthfulAll Wills.Mrs.. Mr and :Mrs C. L. Norton, been for some years one" of the ttadmg lit,)
Cold 1 Drink Stand! Cunt. and :Mrs. HillIer, Misses 1 Elsie: I ontriiL-tors. of the city ill ),
Gertrude II inqon.11' ----- -. ----- -- ,,1C1f''If; ,(, r.JllmCDW/lCiClIIIIf.lt.I.alIj'JCf.IIJI'IjIICJml"III"IIm1': / !) : ( ( ;> (! ( )CImMIDI'IJOmCCOIlI'ICJfDf1IdI (; ) ! !
Bottling Company and : I
Cocoa-Cola
G. F. Scott, of OeLatid, arrived
-' ..-. Wednesday for a visit at the homeof --- .- ('of. A. 7. Adkins, win a visitor to
:Mr. and :Mis. L. A. Davis and :Mr. and :Mrs. F. A. Scott. :\ and I ;Mrs.' W. B. Harvard, Tallahassee) first of the. week, meeting/ -
daughter have returned from a visit Misses Ruth Diggs, A Horn Alvarez with the pardoning board, returning '

with relatives at Crandall.A. I.. C. Ray of Dunedin is visiting/ Hilda Lewis i Kathleen Alvarez and, to Starke Thursday. ( ATLANTIC HOTEL a Tart

the home of his sister :Mrs.!! J. W. :Messrs.' C. A. Knight, Charlie Beas- I' ------- All railroad ticket offices in building ''enter .nf .i-ervthing All
McDonald: of Hampton, was ley, Ilarol'I'all, Carr Colley. John Thursday afternoon the' Stiirko ballteam I .
White, and his mother. Mr' '. C. p. modern improvements' First cla 'in <'\ 1'\ wa1.: Hot and, cold
among/ the business visitors to 1 ay. Powell and Wm. Stringfellow motored went over to .\11111111or a return running water in rooms Rates $1 and up tto Starke Monday. to Kmgsley/ lake Tuesday eveningto I game of ball. Several ears of E. FRANK PEARCE Proprietor

:>11', and. Mrs Bryan and I little son, enjoy the bathing and partake of i-'ithuxiustic fans! iKcompamed the
Warner's Brassiers. Stern.berg.s. of Fort Lauderdale, have been visiting a term-ting/ supper spread on the team' ,\II1'huwon the game by the"

:Mrs.' Brvan's pnrpnts, :Mr. and Mrs.' banks of this beautiful lakiMr. score of 5 to 1. --
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W A. Bessent. I Mrs. Grnntham an,1'hiI : and Mrs. 7.. J. Roberts and
R. S. Johns and family, of Lake Wm. Vc-lventon, of Hastings motored (" by :Mint :Mario War l and IHIII.. SnIf tak- Silk Hose. Sternberg's.Mrs. :Mr. Preston Ward of Douglass, Cia
Butler, were in Starke Friday to Starke Sunday and were guests ? that
filly
and I positively
arrived in Starke Tuesday ore
ing in the celebration. ut the country hom of Judge andMrs.
I II.: A. Works and children leave : (;I'n. A. Gardmi-r. The party guests at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. people had actually
\ Mess O. A..In,Ireu and .1. P. Tom- today to'i it her parent, Prof and I I Paul! E. Cunova.V of RHEUMATISM ;
linson werp VISIOM to Jacksonville. I :Irq. T. D. McBeath.Mr Neuritis, Sciatica.

:Monday, niakng/ the trip by auto. ; ., l Wainwright> / roci-ived. a oableWi by a certain remedy
: [ and :Mrs. D. T. Clarke, of 'dn<'sdoy from his son Lit'ut.VrII.. e. would grab for it
APPLE-JUICE Jacksonvillepent the Fourth in \1. Wainwright, saying!! ho had saili"d! with the disease.

Ice- Cold Stalked\ During their stay th.:r IS YOUR LIFE the Hay before ITue( .day ) from St. \ formula fjoif--
In Bottles lOc 'iime., F-'rnnce, for the HUites. r.jeiit." '
INSURED ? friends, will be relieved more than laity.:
\\\'rill'ht''
Taste many
Has the "Kick" Standard Patterns. Sternbercj's
I sufferers and is not a
fcu bark
At All CoM Drink Stands triad\ tlf hear that h<- will soon
but doctor'. .
: prescription
Company' = 'in his, native land.
Cocoa-Cola Bottling - ; dfu .
at any < nor
COFFINS: CASKETS REPRESENT I THE :
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1
i Ray Colley left Tuesday afternoon I ] The Commonest Generosity 1
Ai.d full line of Comp. oty
a MUTUAL LIFE INS.
1 for :Newport: :sews: Vn, where he Some men are not only anger tc give "" oz.
will enlist in the navy for a term of IJn1 rtakers' Supplies!: CO. OF N. Y. THE the 'ilvvll his due l hilt tl..\ Insist on (Conc 'f drmi.
four years. \utomoMIe Hear.c.Always ad'Hiiit i u, fut l.-.r.ns l It i fI i!.... Lord 1 I S. M. L'I Pepsin, 2 0...
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I OLDEST COMPANYIN oho. usiinlij' iiti' 'Ieolteti' (0'1'-' --Tad tw (121 t .nnlul.
; on hand The best icr t h.ll' ,,"l."ul( w t.r-a..p lour HI
Mrs. Cora Sanders and Mrs. Ed- !' Jl uiton J'IMI. .
vice at the lowest. prices. 3p citfvnMon 1
dieMcmannan spent the Fourth in THE U. S. -
the 'n trlenrntih order I
Starke, guests of their friend His Compromise."You .
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Baisdun.Mr
Misses I '
tin- 'op "
Registered Embalmer cbouldn't I' -punl.\
I JOS. E. WILSON K'llfi.' ItoMilu." M"lh. tau 'Iter> I Jj| vice- In 6 to 14 Day(
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Daniel and Pussell
: . R O. son, I Cr..VITT C. JONES with It t.'immlm' : "r 1 lie* money If PX/O OINTMF..vr fmto
of Jacksonville, are visiting at the I I ray'n' It I I I lect :: ; r: Ultn'l. lllieiinit, or I'mtrtiilinil; File.
ti' thut, "Thll.11 right/ I'I: > I Iti hind. IM" in-l ymuti eye
Mr and11'8.: II Starke. Fla. } "
home of her parents IJamacmlDlIl: : .,. ftucwv. .
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I I.i -Bradford County F armerillHog Fall Fertilizers Should Be I I The KEEP kitchen THE garden GARDEN should GOING recu.e!

1 attention right along. Now that t t-! .
In Southern StatesWashington
Cheaper war is over is no reason why the|
.I 1 backyard garden should; be igrnoi,', i iI
i i IILI: ) -oELE'TlO: : OF CORN I IN- I
I War gardens should be kept growing, .
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CKEASis: YIELD: \
Industry In Florida and .should become permanent aso1of i
July J.-Tho L'nitod' is leas; than $2.3o per ton the actual every home where there is a\ :,,d.'!
\t'lnloitaorahle, weather condition!, States department of agriculture announces freight I i" used For flat delivered able ground: and there is probably: ,. ,
Growing One Says Bureau"The tho yield per acre of corn n Florida is that farmers of the Southern [ pi'ices in Louisiana west of the :Mississippi rural farm in the State where MI. 'iground
1 )larger now than it was a few yours Status should obtain their mixed I River, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma i cannot be used. The Um\ii
t ago! Probably nothing has done more fertilizers for the fall season of 1919 and Tennessee, :1.75:! per ton city of Florida Extension Iivi-i,>'
to make this increase possible than at an overage price about 30 percent will be added to the port prices. says that there should be a gai.l. i,
hog industry under the stimulus "These figures sow| that in three I II I I has the work of the corn club boys. lower than the prce which pre-) I I These flat delivery prices as a rule not only a few months in the %"iir, ,
of higher prices is u growing j years t'lorda' has gamed about 40 Those !boys have been instructed along I railed' for the spring season this do not apply) to the C. & 0. section but for the whole year. By selutm, ;

one in Florida," says the State :Marketing j por' cent in the number of hogs, but I the line of seed selection, and many: of year. :'of West Virginia or over the Over- crops that can be planted in ,". n- .
I'' Bureau. "Never: before have I values have increased nearly 200 per I them have each year carefully sel'cte'd This announcement for the Southern 'ton County Railroad and river land- ; sion, a considerable reduction in tL,!
such high l prices been reached and cent. The loss is due to cholera] the their seed corn. Results are ..hovving. States follows a similar one made '1' ings in Tennessee. In the C. & O. I i grocery bill may be made.
many writers are of the opinion that ,, rate of which seems to be maintain on June 7 for the Northern: States.It :; section of Wl'lIt"irginla the f. 0. b. 1 Every small; patch of groi"id ea-i,
the market will not drop to the old ed. The need of care in guarding/ i While the boys' club agents are instructing follows conferences with individual factory-i-omt prices plus actual abe made. to produce something thr-i
level np-ain. This should be an incentive ,I animals against the spread of this the boys along this line manufacurers which placed the eight from the most favorable busing |out the year, and, vegetable an fur
to those who are interested., dangerous disease is very apparent, other numbers of the College or1.,1 department[ in u position to state point must be used, to got delivery (more profitable than weeds.

in production to not only bleed bet- in view of the greater value. The I riculture Extension force are urging that the price! of mixed fertilizers f. prices, and on places along theO'I.tOI1 In central and( northern 1 Fin 1 i
U ter stock, but also to improve the, total] loss of the country in 1U18! was the farmers to improve their yields by I o. b. the South Atlaniic and Gulf CountIaill'oad: and river CO\\'pl'IIS ands tt'e it potatoes I I...r>4
s snmtfiry conditions about their over hfty-lwo million dollars. According the proper selection of the seed I corn.Seed . ports! or Baltimore, NUI'folk'il landings in Tennessee $1 I,:23: per tunIs and m.iv
w planted now. Squash !
I pump.lI-; ;
flat deliv
herds for the prevention of disease' to this report Florida has corn should bv selected from I mington Charleston. Savannah. added to the Tennessee may be started. Or cabbage. "II'1 _
JS hogs than all of the New stalks standing where Jacksonville, [Pensucola and :Mobile eyed prices at other points.
and to use precaution in buying new more England ( they grow. flower C.It'I'an(1 tomato seed i. .. .
4 stork Unit that infectious disc-as- I states combined, and more than Thi is necessary because 'it is the I I will 1 be the same as the f.o.b pricefor I Discounts and Additions l he planted) i in July. The program f r
may not be brought union'/ heir an- either New York or Calfornm."With means of making sure that thi sued! the Northern State- The accompanying In most cases a discount of 50 south Florida is about the .snnu I Ipers I' ',.
imnls in this manner packing plants, and Jacksonville will have the puwr to yield well as table gives the maximum cents per! ton or a f. o. b. factory and eggplant\ : may bo adds'1 \t.
"The greater losses from herds has one, not even u hair of shown by the sups lority of tin stalks f. o. b prices at which mixed I If..tlli'I'M pike of $2 1 per ton i is allowed at interior the list. K'ep things growing
,i;, have linen through hog, cholera and the pili"\ i wasted.' After years! ofexperimenting over surrounding ones that grow under can !be obtilllieil for the facory I points where delivery --- ---.---
,+ the United States Bureau of Crop packers have reducedtheir the same conditions. This sortof South A tin tic nnd Gulf poit1men) ii made at the warehouse. For f. o. I\\I-tlt: : WILL UK TKini
Estimates: has prepared v, ry interesting business to u system. The meat'' seed inherits high producing power.It tioned. ''b. Richmond and Alexandria prices
i& and instructive statistics covering I of n hog i is from 70 to 80 per cent must be understood l that like pro-1 I :2iO-P( 1t y the number of hogs lost in each I formerly offal ill now put to use. Exclusive due's like, and that an early maturing i These prices are based upon) delivery '' o. b. Lynchburg: D..una'lstl1 andPetersburg fcollern. the former German empi i 1'i '
t state from Ibis t disease their value, of condemnation by govern- (corn yielding abundantly. on short, I in :2'iO-liundred!' bags If In1'17pound prices acM.50\ per ton will he brought to England 111.1, :
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'! and tiunumnor in Such:'n state furPi I n0 ;ins j.uu.* ..ui/i..u T um in.1 I..uu..a osscs },ycxp or.* t thick stalks is likely to repeat these I'; bags' 25; cens per ton will the port 1 prices named. British ship and imprisoned in .
.. "gF three years ('nlnlul'e'h, / : II:! 1MS.! I tation; ;only; about; ISO(); per cent goes Mime characters in the next genera he added, ; if in 12.*,-pound bags 50 Whole deliveries lire made in less tower of London, according to t t'u'! ,
"The report shows thut Florida ino cuts for retailing. The variouscuts tion. For example] seed corn should. lents per ton ; and if in 100-pound than carload lots the ditTeience in Daily] Mail.:
ranks twenty-third( among the forty- I hams, shoulders, bacon loins, be taken from. stalks without suck- .Lags 75; per ton. The prices me to freight Is also to !h<> ndded..In iu.cswheie The death penalty will not besought
,, "' c elKht states in number of hogs having .spare-ribs, and pork sides, are the "1'I'h' ; seed may produce some wholesale dealers and to farmers ordering farmers buy in less ban 30- the newspaper points out,
81 u total of Ii75,00i:\ > on January main pioduet. One only needs to stalks with suckers, but it will invariably : thirty tons or more. ton lots and buy through dealers!! the but if he is found guilty' the aliii
1, 1018! the value per head being/ look ut the price list of the packing l produce fewer suckers' than' Tn /general Hat delivered prices ilealei price for handling the goodsi ask his banishment for life to u remote '-
i '; $13.111: !', the farm value being/ $I9.-!> plants to see not loss than one hundred seed from sucker-bearing stalks. I 1 prevail in Virginia North: Carolina, i usually $J,00 per ton) is to be aJ- island, following the precedentof
f 112,5000.( ) The number lost was I different by-products from an All seed corn should be selected( by South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama ded! Napoleon's exile on St. Helena.
lll.)7i!:\ for the year ending/ March: animal, once little regarded exceptas hand, as a "special! task, and not incidental :Mississippi river, and Florida' west These prices include a 5: per centhSl'nUllt The international trial court had intended '
81, 1M8! at a value of $IrI! 13,12. The hum and bacon. to husking. Th" coin should of the Apalaihicolu/ liver, for which ,' if paid in cash on December to try the former emperor
r number on January 1 I. 1917! was "The hog is right: at home in I'lor :jo gathered us soon us thondv m.iuio. n flat rate of $2.r>0 per ton will be 1. and usually additional, I-:! per" alone the naib'Ioil: says, but "i' II i-.
1,100.000 value per head at $11.50(), I ida The rivers, lakes and rainfall : and before it ill info-tod!" b.ivo .- gilded. to the pert price-, In all of lent t I" grunted, for each full month possible that the former crow i
with a total farm value of $7,150,000) supply the thirst of his throat and. ,'vils. Enough .seed .should! hirntheied t there states except Mississippi and when hash settlment is made before t prince ,.FriederichVilhelm, will also
The lost last year was !JW.OOO! () IWIIII.I) skin. Here (corn peanuts and, sweet for two seasons' plantii'g) f.oiii"ianna when the actual freight. that date i bt arraigned before it.
lum'ng a value of, $iitriOl; t >. The potatoes are grown us by ;-i-eond nn .
number nn January I I I. I'tHi! was lure, and in abundance su:I':, lent t"<, -
JtfHi.OOO'{ : with a value. per head of $1((i I' brighten: his life when in the clint 1'01
@II@I@TeI eI@X I@IeIePT@I@I I@I@I 'l@I@I I@I
arid u farm! value of $:,.!lifjOOO.() The of the foresighted grower. The hug +
loss that year was !95(01<;<> I head at a may ho increase fast enough to inn
, value of 5591:1.EVnINI; ( :! down the present, speeding Jll'i u('i ,," e
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I I I'O'J'\TO( riFLos: : or or THI': sr\ir: COM.IGI: l'; (OP I
I PI.OKIDX' ( AGKicn/iriti. ; !.:
1, I I A MESSAGE ABOUTADVERTISING

8il1c' the win began tm potato A number of iiiiinri| s have" l h. 11 ,
c 'to growers" n Plorula/ have found it necnecesmiiy made recently asking for a remedy foi, t j
to reduce the umrunt of mange on pigs. ;Mange and so-cullt 5
i tl potash, contained: In their fei.tdi.ers.Muny mange in pigs is due to so many CUU"l l
I have fertilized, without any es that it ia hard l to outline a course I S"Q
I pousji, whatever. During the season of treatment that will combat them

of IIUI 1 ) !>, evidence, was found that the all. .So-called mange, or more properly I jSJJy'jpS5q'
I. .plants in some of the tic-Ids)" were speaking, eczema, is due to improper
<'. being injured( by potash starvation. feeding, which brings about 0
; ';;1 During the past two years B. I"'. indigestion; to hog lice; and( to
,. I Floyd, Plant Physiologist to the I tation from mind. The removal of inl'l%2$
"It ll Florida Experiment: Staion, has been of these causes is generally all!! j,

Y' ('ondudnlferlilb..r experiment on necessary. Where true :Cr parasiticmange FROM THE
"1"j u plantation near Hastings to obtain exist, the pigs should be thoroughly I ,
: (I' more information on till/era. Complete disinfected in n 2 per cent coal- I

J a fertilizers were used that contained tar dip, such as! Kreso, at least once U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
f' various amount of potash a week until the parasites! have become ,
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,y I from none at all to 5 per cent. The destroyed. After the first dip
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land consisting! of five acres! used in they should be given new q.mrtc'ts. !

the experiment was new and had where the parasites do not ex.-I. In ..:.=.#
I. never received any fertilizer or addition to dipping, it is good, to 2$1i
';' /grown a crop pievmus to the time smear the pigs over freely with a are not advertising then advertise be- IBS
1 the experiment' was stalled. mixture of sulphur and lard in the I IFiYOU ,

During the first season, which' propoition of one to four, :and then
I. was in the spring! of I01S! the plant! keeping the pigs. in clean niMitoiKlies '-. i ': it saves money for you and it reduces
t 1 in the blocks that were gin\ ammonia are a great: annoyance to. !
and, phosphoric acid but no potash horses, especially dlll'intill'/ summer' !j 0 ntSV ii the price to the customer.
male.. I
\ just as /good top growth! months. \\'h''I'l' they rite oxtronioktroubUHomo : > '" in did, those receiving the fertilizers it is advisable to spray, :
t.p with potash but the yield of tubers with a small sprayer, any' of the fly: &
t. was 1'sM.IIul'inl. repellents commonly used on ,,
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!' 11)111!) the plants in these In case one is. unable to get ., [ 1 Advertising prevents profiteering. It insures honest r 'i
sumo blocks were again given a v", .ry good/ one consists of ono pint j'I | S
fertiliser with no potash showed II'r latholic acid, 25:!; pints crude iii I. and" } ? -?*\3i profits and makes them P
slowness of, growth early in the sen- 25 ports of fish oil. This mu.I. I IH' l J) permanent.
'r son, that continued during! the sr njion. cither sprayed, or sponged\ on, but
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When top growth was completed, should be done daily. This. same, nmilly -
'. 4 the plants averaged fully :25!; per cent is good for lice on hogs. |rr a 1
I 'j !less in si/o than did those receiving! large sprayer: is used and the ho p- I The message of the U. S. Department of Labor M

I'f potash. i sprayed( about once a week, tho I lire; )I 1ei
The plants receiving no potash. dovelopod trill be .
I ( soon do.stroyid.Pigs >
I to merchants and manufacturers and to all
f an abnormalK deep" I-\'reN11\ / should not have access to I I pro
color so that during the 'it tor half stagnant water. There is no sat,,, I

of the season the blocks of plants! factory tivatment for kidney: an,,1' l r gressive American business men is to advertise.
II / without potash could bo easily localnl lung worms except prevention. This, II i I ec
p1 in the field! by their color.. consists In keeping the hogs nwu\: V
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.'k When the crop was moro hail lI'ty'' Prom stagnant water uhu-'i i i ., < r.
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'"'i\, '< olil. plants here and then, breeding, place for all such; pai.isitc-; ;:" : !U
'I 1 ''n'wed fin inward curling of the nor I A letter received lately from oni" L* Tell the public about your goods. The consumer

i?'in of the leaves, with mole or less farmer says his calves! have a dis, j I *

i ,titling. of the tissue between theI ,11'11", something like a wait in ,ip. t tpearance >; has plenty of money. He is willing to spend it
I "i'' a ,..il111. This was later followoiI spreading on their In nd I' f;
,1 t I t.\. u dying of the tissue inspots along nnd nook. It kills the hair .1:' ''I Lsc'ms l )
4 t t"; ,.. margin' and(! toward the tips. to itch somewhat. This "i"I| rease and we want him I to spend it on American-made
:N'ne of the plant in the blocks is probably ringworm! and \i.1'i'i: i r

alto I fertilizer containing potash briskly with a stiff brush nil info,t-t tod ): <&* products. The easiest quickest and most
WHS used, showed any of thosesymp places about the head and m-i'v.' / f. economical -
I1r toms, I,' using n warm solution of tit' ili"i .(
.fir In potato experiments carried out After removing! the scales .bj this : **.-.. way in which this can be accomplished
in the green houso at the Experiment I i trentmenl. paint the places freely I I
+ ; Station at Gainesville, when the same with tincture of iodine, and! repent' ,' x- is
fertilizers wore used. and a soil was 'the' operation in about four or li\o by advertising.

used that bad been cropped! repeated! ,>days. M r
ly With velvet beans and! .
other
crops, .".
,t but given no fertilizers', every potato I-'Olt.\ UII.IOITSTT.'I r.:. S

plant that was/ given no potash developed I If you have a bilious attack gi\o.1.1II Start campaign right
I now.
i< the sump, symptoms that II Chanu.bl'rllliJl'tTublets a trial They1 I your
were found! in the field but the ap |are excellent. Willis Untuning.Puttonsburg .
pearances wore morn striking. :Mo, has this to .ax' 4

_fa -- 11I7.\- -:- lof them ":)bout a year ago my wife fi '
l; TIM I <
;; VIL\IT: : : rvintpiL- f used! a bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets f'u.
s +, 1 L\H APPP.US!: :, IIL11115: M\K: and they cured her of a bad bil-i, r- S. DEPARTMENT OF
S LABORW.
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t iou also j %
/ The mouths of; ;the velvet bean cat I attack of constipation from 1

fa erplllar, in their annual migration.. arrived which"'she has been suffering fur i

. June, at This Gainesville I"k..the pallor last week than' in Ini!I years. I ( i WILSON, Secretary. ROGER. BABSON, Director-General. Information & Education Service @
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Colds Cause! Grip and Influenza
I any previous year and indicates a heavy I
infestation of catorpillers unless LAXATIVE DROMO Ql'l-I-ETabl:-; :-; l. remove the
cau... There la only one "Brorao QulcuwC.
the
season should ho
particularly favorable
/ W. GROVE .Uoature( oo boo Sec
for an early epidemic of "cho- )

)I'ra" Farmer should at once prepare ,, arsenate Three or four pounds! for : :
., to cnmbat thorn by ordering a'' each acre of velvet beans. should! boulHcient fi:it

i dusting machine and n supply- of-lead- I .r X@Y@T@X@X@I: Y@T@I eT T@X r@T@w. X@I@T IeIe


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JULY: 11, 1919 BRADFORD( COUNTY; TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEV1CV

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THERESSA 1 I MICKIE SAYS luck- ...ul f-vchanirt* for alrariniritl.$5 1 I. \\ .11.I! Jiiiltfcof alii Court ton nn. iv..iiuiut -
All those who went from here to ed by the geverarnt.nt-such ns shipyards .
i;i C n.h on him _....uuu __ -!6..1.13' l ". ti> nlinw, CAtwc If any you hn\'", why the
Starke the Fourth report a jolly good for the ship-builders, and additional I --- Mi,niln in tin- turn of Flv Hundred soul Fifty

Theressa July 11.-Henry M. time, and wish that the 4th of July I I factory units for munition HELP O1l4iS\ WERE I..1111 u ._ . . ___ _____--.110&\I'i\' DiMUKiinil l)oU.( .., proP...... to h* Imiiiiil bynitl
ii'luhilit Sr. l |),.,rl'l. nhould not b tt validated and eonflrmtil -
OtLfEN Ae Q6FOO.B\ \
Wuoilard, who is employed) with the would come two or three times during manufacturers. SACK l""""tat, lm-k lull in__ _________* I OO".OOI .
Tost al Telegraph and Cable Co., and) the year. 'I of Swift & I I CBOAWLt. % PMu-4E54.1t3a-T" I ,uilixiilt-il. timtltM IIKH| i-MK>nacii aniltiixin In \\itnc.. Whrnvf I h.\'. hcnuntn. flared.
Over 8,500( employes! [ '1'HE NE1"" OU'ii, wo WAM' paiil --_h.UU.n *d.tlO my himI ami oflli-inl Seal this the 36th day
stationed) now at Fargo Ga., spent K. M. King, of Jacksonville was : Company answered the call to the I )".Ih Idu..1 dipnulu subject to clinch .'5.101.80I ; of JinnA H'. !'lIP
the Fourth in Starke, and Saturday home with his family during the 1 To THAoe pQTAcToe. EAN'iTHN' I lint. .. rllncnti-ii nf It.po.ilt------ 1028.10 W T. WEEKS.
coloi and served practically every -
in _. yil.30 Cli-rk of thi Circuit/ Court In and for Hra.l-
I \ ELSE ON vsa I nxlmi' K Chiifkii <)tanillnK n
and Sunday here with his mother, week-end. branch of the army anti nu\y. Ciii I.... lli-piwlu ._ ._ _-_ _- ____.__ 8HIIU.ITMl r..r,1'Y.. lorula., \ -27- Mrs.! S. B. Woodard.C' Miss\ Viola Adkins. who is employ. They are returning rapidly to civilian I susciPc5oN t VJITW, eoIp.iosc "' 10BEANEO .'111..r llHlilllllifi ._ __un_ .10437

A. Youngblood left Saturday ed with the Jacksonville Cracker life and) the Company has adopted I e"t VAOMME nsc.tL..eccDt T..al _ H __ _ __ __ __ u ._.-'50&011..7.1- :-. Tho Hoard. nf NOTICE'

night for )Miami and Larkin where Works writes to her friends here that the following broad! policy with I Ireltpl'ct Slatiof, Florida, llrailftml Cuunly ... : County.' I'-ouMy'I<..ld". will CommlnBion receive until ofPrnilfdril

he will spend several days in a combined she is< liking her job fine and enjoying to the re-employment of these, \ Mitnk.I. .1. iki C. Ilyril.nolvmnly('..h.iiwvar... of Ihi'thnt abnvv-nami'd thy abovutiiti'minl Monilay. July 7th. 1919. at 10 o'clock a. m ,
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iMalril biile for rvpairinir all\ wood work and
business and pleasure trip. life to the greatest extent. men : Every returned soldier or sail \ I. trtti. to thv HI of my knowulitt )- I'alntinu. litfM'l work on the hriilne across New

Jno. Driggers/ made a business tripto Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Khamcs were or will be given his old position, or and tivliof.\ J. C. liYItn.Canhlvr.. Riser on public road It-a'linK.' from 8tark to
Jacksonville Thursday.P. in Starke the Fourth. Lake Duller Said lililili-m to furnish all\ material .
one equally as good, at a salary/ or for n-palrinic worn) work and paint for
H. Neal and family Joe phil- Calvin] Tnest was in Hampton wage equal to the amount he was receiving CiirnctAttrnt L.! II IIIr.I steel and tnin work of smut tiriilite. Thv trardrierM

lips and family spent a few days Saturday morning enroute to his when he left or if the rate ; L 4. A. Mlrll.W. all tutu...,. the right to ai-rrpt or reject any and

during the week end on Smith ]lake. home here after spending the Fourthin of pay for his position has been increased end. K. tOII\\; to IN.lofturn ninctornSiilvcrilwd .. .this Ily order of the board.
worn II'
:Mrs. S. B. Woodard and children the county metropolis. 3 C. A. 1I0 lWT9.
I in the mean time, at the increased IM tiny of July. lJAMK3 Atti'Hf: Chairman.. I
spent the Fourth in Starke.J. Sunday School is progressing very rate. T. MO'IHK.Notary W. T. r'EK3.: Clrrk.
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V. Jones of Hampton made a nicely at both churches. Let's ell Swift & Company and its employ June 2nd. I HID. 0661.M1TICE .

business trip here Saturday.Mr. the members attend when possible. I es siiscnbed, almost $17.000.000) to .soriri( .: : OF BHKRIKF'8 8\IF.

:\ and, Mrs. D. W. Moore and family The farmers of this section have the five war loans and the Company Not lee li. herttiy wlv,." thnt under anuS. tyirtue

R. M. Herscy and family Mrs.T. laid by heir crops, or at least the I donated over $1.100,000( ()() to the various I \ of that, certain writ of eneotltlon IMUinir .
The book of the town .. .
resistnition "lor and, umler the.I ..1 of the Circuit'
D. Triest and sons Sidney and Calvin rain has laid it by for them. The ,
war service organizations. nf SlaiKc. FloriJa will he from Court for the iMh'h) Judicial Circuit. County
Mrs. J E. Oualey and childrenwere Messrs.\ 11. XV. Moore\ and T. B. I record for the largest, number of subscribers i upon' of llrmlrnrd. !tl..". of Klorliln tii-arinii. dnl..
the j -Inly' 7th to Auuruat l ttt.ls lift for Ihr t>th ilii>. i'f, .January' A. I'. Ittlit, and' !Ia-
among Thet'"s5aites who Tricot shipped a carload of water-j was" reached In the Fourth I the rcgiftttntioli of electors. nupil, In that rirtain ...".. therein "pending

spent the Fourth in Starke. melons from here one day last Loan when ;1.-IJ7:! employes bought1bond" %5 lu-n A.
Ben and John Hall and Kilmer to Washington D. C. II C. KUTC1I I II Ciilllir in. principal' and,' J. M Money and
Ki': ).!'istratior., nlUcor town of tlke.jIt r II I llunti-r. ait miri-tfcA. are di-fi-ndanta.. I
Woodard were visitors to I Hampton I Friends and relatives of I'rof. hnxo IIM it.d upon and will otter for Hale "be-
last Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Eugene Fmley are well delighted to :: : forttin. I u..t.".r of the Itrailfonl County CourtIIiniKi t
I -. 4 In StarkI'iturt'' .IuI. between the hour
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and Mr*. Elbert Sibley, of ]learn that he has arrived! to 1m home 1 ,.r 11 I o'clock. a. .... and, 2 clock p m., on

StarKe are visiting relatives and near Starkc after several months of : HAND-PAINTED, EMBROIDERED it MICKIE SAYS Monday, July 7th A. I P HUD.\ Iho followingdincriliid .
rcnl I proiurty' :
friends here several days. |[ overseas service in the great World ,i I s runt ,rtmn ",u.t. pnrci-l or piece of landBituatid '
and has adventures ,-,--. 7T15r. In I the County of llrmlford Slustc'f.
Henry Woodard was in Hampton I war, many strange I JilR.Q.'f. !
I I loridn known ,and di-Hrrilird, an followa : Lot
Sunday afternoon enroute to Fargo to tell of his trip across the I C- NOU VJUZ A DOC SO'S I Ii"", h,1 I two <.2. of I thiNnrthcaM cjuartpfof
I big pond. I ONTO 1H 11 I \i : i Si-rtion' two l 2 l TownHlilp' rIght
Ga., where he is employed with the ] COOV.D 6 CK NOO : ; t : : ; : \ II.
'I I IK) rVulli. of Rnnve twi-nty-twn I I2U) Fa t. .
Postal Telegraph and Cable Co. There will be preaching service* : PELX.ERS "vgno"" COME tNV4HSMl ,MHO tin- North. Half. (Nil,' of the ,.,lhw..1 ..tt:"

Albert Bristow of Jacksonville, here at the Christian church Sundaiby \ \N"Q,& JES A.60v1' Reav'4 (ImH'''' f ISWL, I of I the N..rl huiuul tjiiarter 'I
INK I,) of tectlon' 121. Townnhlp Fiirhtim
is visiting friends here a few days Rev. Jno. ::Mullady to which the t* GO 1'0 PR.SS. "s4iTh I: South of Itnnirc 'r..:. ..'y. :, I IJ2I Kant :

during this week. |( public is cordially invited to attend. p A VJMVAOUE NMA.O 0' C.Ov-i containing In nil one hundn-d' ,and. Hit andluhtyone t '
,' one hundreitthH t UOrt Hl-inOk acren. .t
R. M. Horsey was a visitor to Sam Wills and Gertie Swindel You !Do ..MoreVork, <_ -1.sec MAKES! U* UAfft more or .ICNM temi rluht of way ,., the II 5. u '.:J

Hampton Thursday afternoon. spent the Fourth at Lake Geneva. You are more ambitious and you Hot more s.MtThti5.\ p o.VtLR A..Q A i. Railway and ..... South half lylnit East

Quite a number of folks from here Mrs. Josephine, Sullivan of Hampton enjoyment nut of everything when your I QI..itIS AV.U O.AOOS.Oeasioea : / of (Northeast I S A F Quarter Hallway INv".1 of' Northwest> of Sictlon quarterof Two ,
hluOKII" I In IHMI. condition. I Impurities In
spent the Fourth at Lake Geneva.Mr. !spent the week-end here withrelatives. |! 21.) Towniihlp' Eight (HI South. of Itanir. I
the Mood, hll' e a very 1I'.I.r"lIsllli( i-lTi-ct un 'r...enly.two ((221 1 Kant.: In Hrndford County ..
and Mrs. M.\ Z. Sullivan and the system ciiiisinit weakness In/mess Florldii! : the iiald propprty. brIng levleit upon <.'. ji

little daughter. Emma Joe :Mr. and J. W. Batten made a business trip I nervousness and ..kness. .. the property nf Kali! .,. (M ",.....,.y. and will '; '

:'olrs.V.. T. Wallace, anti Mr. and to the county metropolis Monday.Mr. t1RU\' 'S TASULUSS I : Chill -IOMC:" lie onYred and for.hint Hale I'lilili'lfnr and wll!mob ee .at..1.,the to llnxand thahluhiot

:Mrs. C. L. :Norton' and. C. Sullivan \ and! Mrs. C A. Rhames: motored restores, Kncniy: : mid Vitality l hy Ptirifymrt! flare alMi\e 1111 ntloiu-d. and will h. Hold ; I'

spent the Fourth in Starke.II. over Monday morning to the home I I and KnricInnrf: the IIh..tI.11t'1I you fuel! ,sJtr2$\, ,to Hntlnfy. the atime "icrilird. .I evpctltion andconta. "_..)I

E. Moore Andrew Sullivan anti of Mr.\ and Mrs\ R. L. Lee at Lake'' 11111 Htren.:tluMiiiiri./ invigorating, cfTcvt. see J. FITFRSOV.: 18v.
how it color. tli. clu-t hs nml 1 how
tiring to
Hugh Norton were visitors to Hampton Side.J. I : Itrnilford founty Morlila.KKNT t.
| it Improves (lie ii Iiiit Ste. >'UI1< will then 5-; : WAIFS.Altnrnfyi t
Sautrduy. XV. Batten dipped ninety-three j 1 appreciate! / its true tonic value. for "I'liilntuT.i 0.8.I &!. r.r.I'1..Ifl'
:Mr. Madison\ Hall had the misfortune i /
cows Monday[ morning I OROVfi'S! TASITLI-SS Chill IOMCis ;

of losing his horse Saturday G.; '\'. Hinson was among the visitors not a !patent rlii teine. it Is simply .AV.0 Notice ,

morning with blind staggers.It ) to the county metropuJj.I.n.; i I IRON anil QUiNINE; : :: mfpemlcil In )'rul'. ."
seems to be an epidemic that is ( So pleasant even thililrcn like it 'I'lie : I Ii
months after I ;,
Six date hereof will
day.Tae blood nc..is! tjlsinaiie to I'unfyit and IKON( ):
causing the death of many horse in
Kite. of Starke motored thru
to Enrich it. These reliable tome |rcp-> present my voucher and final account
and around this community. here :Monday. crtli-s never fail to drive out impurities' in second Any child ha linn nnilHfnrlorlly' ...m-
Kilmer and Samuel Woodard and
thu blond I to tho lion. Oeo. A. (Oardlner County
sister Estelle were in Hampton Sat- SWIFT & tOMPANVS: :'; ".\UT IN:'; The Siri-ntith-Crpatmri! Power (If C.KOVE'S; (

urday morning enroute to their home HELPING j TO WIN TUP W .\R I TASTKLhSS Chill iONiC: : has miidi' it i Judge of Bradford County Fla, and

here after spending. the Fourth in I the favorite tonic I in thousands" of homes! ;TtiitSs auk for my final discharge as admin

Starke. Some of the great accomplishment-- :. More than thirty-live years! atlo. folks ':' istrator of the nut of Roderick Baker -

would rulin limit! distance to (Jet! (KOVt/S: ....
Mr. II. S. Roebuck has been on the I of American business during the war dcceaicd.
: loMC: win-
I TASTtLrSS: dull: ] a :
sick list. are just beginning to creep to the member of I their family hail l1u.l. aria or :, -J: :: This 24th day of January 1919.J. .

Masters Homer and.) Emory Sloanof : I surface now that the ban of censorship needed! n body-tmildinii. slrrntitli-iimntl: \ 11. nrrcn. y

Sampson City i spent Saturday. and has been removed. Every industry tonic. ,The formula is just lie same today l-2l-Cmo. Ailmnlatrmtor..

Sunday here with their aunt. )lrs.S. | devoted a )great part of it>- and you fun Urt\ it from nny tlruit I t

Woodnrd.. time anti energy to the manufactun Store (>Ur pi-r tmttlc. -- - -- - l .

Litle Miss Junie Maude\ Woodnrd I, of supplies needed, nut onl>' by the # IP4L I II Notice. ut j

spent n few days last week in Stnrke United States but by the Allies. and! I
I' Niw1iR7EZ1 Six month after date hereof I will .
with relatives. few not actmilh 11\", STATKMKNTl :
persons ttntgeithi' : ) 1 M 1 I , l r it u.. ,'..uu.tui. .u.u. "f I ll.. Itin,,,01'- 1 1I. present my vouchers nnd final account
Cleveland Lee and Misses\ Collins work realize its. e'cteitt.The '. ,. I
I .t I/I. u. nt Soirk' I Inrliln. in Hi-'
of I i-limi. ..r I .. HOTELJAcWcoVitt tn tile Hon. Ceo A. iiirdlner.: County
nke Side I spent the Fourth at I )11"1 lu 'in 111. < tin
//,1"pl11'ati..n and handling: Lnke Geneva.IX ; ,. LAtumpeanPrai
I meat food. product was of I-HUVM-. 1I..ou.rN ak for flnnl discharge as mlmln-,! t
.
. my
I). Woodnrd l, of Starke was a of thereat 1 I I.. MIIon hunt f-Miili: I II t I: 1 iI. Screened '
one necessary iniiii.utiiu.anti I 1.",ti,it.t.mi CnlliiUiiil Sictirlly Otlu r Complete 1 flodofiv 1st rat rix of tho estate of J. E. Barton 'f

visitor here last Wednesday, nt the it was fortunate for tin- toot. I 11 ho it l thuS 1'..""" ....1.1J ." ,I. outside roomy SrejmUwtoJ 'I.l9up' ('f Q ''n 1 ducenied. f '

hon,.- of Mrs.\ S. It. Wnodard.Mi 1 that the packing) IIHlu..tl''a".. nl -S-.. ttW 1 \J I ..i '.. u. LOIUIM 'nnd DiHCotinla I ." . COMiCtIOlCOIVl.'nlOlt to EvefytKinJ' InKeart EVELINA IIARTON. !
.
\[ r-. W. .1. Stafford !left Sunday tt..u It ,n.. __ .. :-T I a
ready mobilized for service long before I 1".1.,. Stall llondn I .II'. .... !f of City Send for Booklet This :21th! dny of January 1919.
morning) for her home in Larkin. after the Lusitanin was sunk. :- MI',. rlilV, nnd municipal l h..I.. 2.",,u I., l-n .lHoLtw.snimp6oPR l-'JI-dmo.: ( Ailminlatrntlx.OltllKII .
spending) se\'ei'ztI weeks here with The of WinIHIMH' Stamp* n_____ --_ I I.." '"
relati\-< and. friends. j I problem securing an adi- i'.:{ .. .it \''":,-;n Ne;..pnpr V.niofl XJ Si.h.I I wits" nolm .. _ ___._ I" :: I II I - - ---- -- .
quate supply of meat for the army -"'- ;.. .... ' ;, .. ;;;-iJ linn ttr h....... furnltnre and flxlllTI I : FOIt I'IJIII.I\TION .

Mi\ "s EttIiOodard was a visi- an tor to Hampton Sunday afternoon. (III i Real Katu.ili iiii I .I..lh'I,1 I.. (Iriult.l lI.nollorol"Iy.. I In .linn
worry than any other major problem.'IAll of tlio plKhtpenth'' century that Is coming !l i : -' i ini lntr.u.riutt'uI; .-- hankn; ; -.-_- JiI'i':; : 7I : ame nf Its tonir nrnl latMtve. .If,-, I. I.AXA- et rv
Warren of
Bolt Brooklyn I IIIIKOlO l I : Int.
accompanied UI'INISF Isl Intaken
that was necessary fur. the )government back Into II1 ,hlon. The deeply I I i I. 1-1, nml, ..xchiinKifor cli-nrlnit. 55110 00 hy anvulie without rmiMliil, 'In'rvinmiii tan H- (,i rleuauuag, | C R.' (Ni-al
by friends motored I through to do was to determine the uqunre d".lIeta with the high line i. ''i. mi. hand ---.- -- - M2a&.2 I In, Hi.-, In/i.I t: W.KO.S'; aimmiun-iiii' I.,. 'UKisrroMMn.nn I ( oinplalnniit.ClH.ICP .. .

our town Sunday afternoon. 1 refinements and need of 'In- arnn at the look, the tlclit! elJiow\ sleeves' I' |1.,1 l,,| u _u ____ nlU'IMIIIM-: - --- --- I N..Hi. -
Morgan Lee and l wife who are I and and) the Mahllillm j I 11t..n.I..tIt ?
navy. notify packers, with their deep nilTli-H of precious Ince : > HY I'NCI.ES.'CM
visiting his Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Caiunl.,,I sOck nald 1 In ____.n __- 'norm onS iipi'i arlnif' hy affidavit' appendi-it' to th.
parents. and they delivered! the goods.The the ornamental bow nf faint blue ribbon '.irpn'" Fund u. ,- -- 128011,cm I : rou) TIlE: :II A I..UUA 1.111 nii-d In (he ahove UHlpd'' ..".. thatrholrii
L. Lees of Lake Side and his sister manner in which the packers In front nml tlie curliinds! of little I i I'nil .uli-d t i 1'.111.1.... orpni.ii .. Neal. th. di-fendant. therein named I.a I.
Lillie Lee and :Nealie' Coleman motored -I I .1 i tii" ,puiiii _u. .runnj nnn-ri-Hldi.nl ..1 the Hint of Florida and
met the emergencies which smart
armiil'ir- roses nppenr dully nmoiiK I Indliliilll, i delHMlte nuhji.pt to check ITS/imi/ 'itr renldi-n. In or near, the town of (Chaimwnrth In
(
over to Hampton Sunday after- I! ing the war i is well illustrati-d in society and In the unions' (,If those exclu t on. ('i-rtlficateH I of 'i,.|t'.tt _. ____ I:!ftftnitn tiinliH"( One of the Three Irnrrmlirnta/ Murray ......"Iy. StatS of fienrvia.; over the
( u i'-.' cheeks .otiutamllnir intl.ttaSIIMIIIIH of the riimous :Mnl.irfn[ :Medicine "..,. of twenty-line. y,.are.
noon.Miss I the case of wift it Company who in !'lve dreHHinakern who rlatm that Oeinatn __u___.- .__ _- 1I!IiilItI2.I Id Dr. \Villinmi No. 101 TonicTim It In 'h..".(..... nrdi-nil 1 .that nnld, non-rpnlitont
Grace Lanier of Lake Side, one week filled government order they never become slaves! to any one di-fenilnnt hi, and I. hereby. reiiuired. t>i appear

who left several days nco for Green for ::12.000.011puunds( of meat and.I II mode of 1resslmt. I 1 'till ___ .__ _ n_ ___ __ $3tuali.juuM: : I lo the bill .., romptaint' tlli-d In sail .a".. on
I C,im,' ..f Florida County of. Bradford' ntI : or hefore Mnndny.' the 7th dny of July A" 0.
,
Cove United' States Public Health I
Springs, returned here Sundayafternoon I flit. This necessitated the dressing: There are two deslpnefH! In New I I .J I II Rlteh. Cannier of the III. ",'-nnm. run., : othi-rwlne; the. alli-uaton| of nald bill; willhe i

anti to the surprise of her i| of ri.noo cattle] and 2l'0OoO(' hogs. and York who use pink rises ti> nrninnent id' Hunk do nolimnly! nwenr that the nhove I Service Washington recommend ,. taken an rolifiHned hy Hald, ."fpndant.' I
.
i-t it, m.1 IH true III the beet of my knowliirenM I It i Ou furthir ordered. thnt thin order I,. ptihllnhid -
many friends l she was Mrs.\ Grace required l.Ono( freight cars to trans- various kinds
Murry. port. They both draw In-plnitlnn from thet.ihtpeiitIi .,. II. HITCH. reputable physician acro.<>,x. This Is 'In the Itradfor I County Ti-li-irrai' a newnpa
(....h..r.. ,lir 1".IoII.h. uS. 'in until I county. nnd ntat*. .
Last Friday. the fourth. Theressawas one of the incrreihenta in tho popular :
I Another instance is. found in an : century; hut they, are not This May 2Hih. lUID.

unusually dull ns those that did- i i order which was received one Saturday In Itccord'. with the hnusu (if Otllnt r.,.,,, rt 'Mteat-O. J. c.nll-'FIN."" malaria[ modicinp! Dr. Williams No. W' T WFKK1.: :

not go to Stnrke went to Lake Geneva afternoon at live ..',.I."k. for :J.OoO.OOO .- wblch clmnies. rnsi's thnt are full.blossn. I W. '1'. WKKKS. 1111) | TenU, which 1 in prescribed by fly It( (irk A. Cin-iilt WKF.KS.MI.M.i : : Court.. u

anti report one of the grandest ( ) ( pounds. of a special cut
times ever known to he held! in that: dry salt meat. The war department The rows which we '''eo on these new -ml dny of July., I'll" throughout the maliirlnl belt \ / MiKINM.Sullcltor fur Complainant. 8-80-Bt.

part of Clay county. i wanted this shipment of II! cars boxed frocks that come from certain enclti- .1.Notary,.. ITKK I'lililic: : They say they I get better result! from

R. S. Humphrey, of C'layno, was in and) on the way by the following! sire htiiisMR have the appeunince' (if | it with their patient than if they ORORK FillS Ht-nl.iCATIo.v' :

our town Saturday afternoon. I Tuesday noon-less than TO: hours belnK covered with shellac. Some ar. II\SK ST\rrM-NT: (: i prosrribnil' straight quinine. Dr. WI). 'In rlrrult ('"..,t. SI,,,. of Florida., ElirhlhIndlrlal :

I>r. and Mrs.\ Fortner of Brooklyn" distant. Swift & Company had the tawdry anti smack of the Christmastree II, i',<.rt of themnilltlnn. iif The Punk nf hams No. 101 Tonic not only contains Circuit. llradforil County. In Chan
-lurli.. Hrnilfor.l County. St...t. nt Hiirl'ln.HI , which kilU the eiryliftep.
others to bit cut from | quinine, malarial
motored to our Ittle city Sunday last car loaded and rolling hour ; nppenr germ .
up ) an 'tin eli,." nt buiilniiiM June 30. lIMflKr ( .i (a. "-..
afternoon. before noon on Tuesday.In porcelain. They represent a certain .nurr-. l hIlt also iron which [in a Rplemlnl! tonic umt'lalnant

In dn;"Hinjj, and they are faIthful I I. IIP" _ _h_ __ ____________...I S7RII. 22 anti| increases' the appetite The thirdingredient VB
era
Miss\ :Nealie [ of Starke still ,
Coleman another
,' case the government i. "iT.iy. Warrant ____._ ._ .__ u 25 7 l III t.i/yle rilfiver f.
visited friends at Lake Side irinjr'I could get no one to put up to type. II..i.liMfl".. __ _h _- __ ____-___ !l21m! : if mncfnnnia: which rPu-( Ivfendant.
the week-end. fresh butter in tins for --- --. i i "t..1 I Slt.'. Bnmta. . !'INHU "." : 1ate t '' the bowelt. Dr. William No Tn l.l'tie (;ilovrr Valdiwta.. rieorvla./ Oreitli i a1
overseas .
onuS ItemS |nnri on '
''ii. county mnnlclpiil' -- C
Alton ; Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days! t ,, , ..... flac1 101 Tonic I Ii therefore' a well balanced
Green of near Starke. spent shipment. Swift & Company accep'- I I' it oat h" furniture anil I li niit-iarinil, by a'TldavIt' apt>ended. to the
the week-end with his uncle and lied an order for :"OO.DOO; fl' .Utllli on Pruti5itti l refund money If PAZ fHVTMF.NT fnilil! 1 i i-, _ _ _ _. _. 015760:. 'efficient remedy.. Try a bottle. Your ,lull, ill'I In the Hoove alalnd' pa...* that
,. lit i Blind. Illeedinilor I'rntmilinil lili- fiti.f I Ri-al EUtatfi. _ - -111't I II thi. difi-ndant, .h"'ln named In nonreeldimti.f
ii cut hing. jilnifririst! can supply you.-li-2J..lt.: AdEIII1I'IIIIIr a
aunt. Mr. and l Mrs. G. W. Hinson. ;May 1th 19111. Itva, necessary to Invnntiy' relieve I In:hmj piled and yuii run .-< I Hi. fi-m, Ineiirimratnl. l.unkn . I lAII'iiift :\ I ; ihe Stale, of "Florida but i. a realdent' of
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. II. I equip three creameries with machinery re tlul sleep after the tarit aiilcatuia.' : Friu> ,' iinil fxehftntf'N fi>r clifarlniri, lAI'.ffl ii,. I ',utIi.uI 01,0... of Amcrlra. to-wlt : Vnl.din'a. .
j I i i h on hanI-------------- imi" mI I nntifii SIn rios I Slat' of .;......1". and! that, thn d.'enl."nl .
E. Moorer is improving[ from case s and supplies anti to organize' theI
n -- -- -- .
('I lre.nl., Court.C'o'u. of I ,lori'ln. Hllfhlh' in fiee 'the ave of twenty-one y. ....
of the whooping cough. I do work I .'nl' .. . 'UI72\:\ It In 'thi. >fint ordered that sail, non-rraldent
help to entirely new to them Salient. .1',,ltdai, l'\r'\ 'I.ill I I llrndford) County. I In I hnrweryJuliliv n

Mrs. C. A. Youngblood l has beenon i I but the first car was rolling eastwardin The word I KiiHi-nt meiinn' (1) "tlln<1. I n '.,1 l fttr-ck |,nid l.lahtlltlea. in .. 18000) 01i < ' .I l.umh-r,f'omiilnlnant., nnd' Muprdy Company. a ui,-?.the nilnnt till lie of enS compla. I. hereby' Died, required In nnid to...appeafii .... on

the sick list. but at this writingis :. :.13 days and a month later the entire Inn oUt prniniiii.nily; cnnHriiouou", ; . ... Jt111l. 3U1'' i On I I eoriiiation ... or before. M.."..".. the 7th day of July A. D.Til" .
.
.f t idi-fl' I fll i I. e-ipiniieN anil i ntherwine, 'the alli-iratlonn i.f nald' bill
improvinJ.tCapt. order! was completed.The trllrlni aiilli-nt bind- If \ ShaM-r. trndlnir an II. .\ Shaver will
'I ; Its fi-uturcH of II "u. lit MI . 2"411.ntII I be ta'rfvn. : aH cnnft-Hned by naid. defendant.
'iminnv nnd R ( ffutrhlxon Irndinir R
and Mrs.[ Di'Ier. and flnughor ., tremendous total of $;;11.. onpisnllint; pnlntit of an urK'iment. I ,..t l", uliial" 01..,i.t.u"lii .hj.t to chick &;r.".' 1H 'I I f' ,Ifiitchitmiin. and Compnnv. fef-ndnnt' nit It Ii further ordered, hot thin order. btf pub

<< Agnes: of Hope Hall and Misses\ 000,000, worth of supplies was fur (2) Thrust or In-lit ln-yon'1 tt... itcnt-ruJ u I I" ,.... u-A fertitlrnli' .I Iturk? i if 1I"'anII"diiKMiit' .". _._ _- 1 11:1":III! "'in 7 I I It npixnrlnir l hv nfftdn' I appended I.. liHhed nnrv a week for ",., connecutlva weeks.
u in ihe .
llradfnrd Cikinty Ti-leitraph..
Elsie and Gertrude Hinson were s'niched' by Swift & Company aloneto line ; projecting ns a salient 'nnule. A S flJ. "f..I'. _ . ..25:". .,,! lilt h") flI, .i In b.the aho.'l..f.nh.nI. e-tnted. riusthat''h..rdn If.. piibllnhid In nnld cminty and Matt.a newapalipr
____ _ ,, r Ih.1
among: the joy spreaders in Starke, I the American and .Allc I GoernI : unlli-til* nimli- is a convex nniile. thnt I I' ? I'nynlli, u 125110119' I f. n m, >,n,"'i-.lrlnt ...f the < I ----- 1 aid Circuit\ aa well "aj> my hand, and otfclal.
the Fourth. I I ments during[ the war.The pak wu ts. nn ntiijliconsidered: crmfrr thnn I T."I _ __ ___ _ _1114711 I! II"n.Mill-on nn.l'oinly hiI.I. .a SIntii resident.r of fleoricla.!Manhallvllle. ...nl. 'thin the suitS day of M.". A. .D. 1019.:

Mr. an,1Ir D. W. Moore motor., reached in December !1tl! when the the ""!II nf twit rIght nnrnensiirrd .... b..lnlt -"i.I i..1,1..f, Pi( rMn Ulin.! llro'lfonl.. (....101..r., .,-i iou. ..'!1.na.<. .1.1I I II iI aho.r.i.i j,' n .. of t,, inivomyearw, it I N therefore over or- W Clerk T WEEKS.

ed to Lake Side. Sunday afternoon. j goods furnished totaled :::;..lIIlfI"OOI , hy qn arc tlint ..xceed III I .. .. oj I Oh,,, . do Holemnly. -inr that th. I d--.,. ..il., Mint. .,.M nun -IoI'nl defendant" IM and. I Ctroult Court.
,
'. h lv nipilred to nptii-ar' to the hill of eoali Ily. It. A. WEEKS.
Miss Florence Hall has returned|I in this one month. nil-clrrli\ It'. .. iHtini.. or i iS tri M- tH I. l-'i. of my i n'tit, rII.1 In ".,,,1 ."".. on nr .....r.fnn.! "UVAr.i. iMputy Clerk.
l .1.! nnd'
home in Ocala after few days visit t': ;Meats naturally formed. the hulk of h.l..r."I .f J'IIl'n:. .u 'hi- Ith liny of .Aillfilnt fl I'll'l. ,,'h.,. JOE ,,".r. WILLIAMS.,
a
.
; 1 I ,t". -. tin 4 alli-iraiion of nald hill will' I.. taken Hollrltor\ for Complainant. 5-10.
: around Waldo with relativeI [ !-. sales! but considerable quantities of rows TAX NOTICE .,.. ii '. nf. .id I by nald' .'defendant.
I. I Xtt'Kt (
furnished United. Notice in herehy ifiven that the folowma f" ,i- r.i -,he i.nleird. that thin, uunir he pnh-
wool the
>. J. Gillfoyle has returned to his,I were K:. )I' r nil, W '< NOTK:
: .
.
lamln will be nold at !Public Auction on the '. .j I r . e.. ..S f.>r fUe I eonni.eiitt-e, week*
; home n Ol'alIlfh'l' a few days! visit t: :: States Government while the Al- rir.
t here with relatives[ and fiiends.Mrs. iis purchased large amounts of lard .. hut of nald month at Lawtey. In thounty il' >ei Iked and' . .". i I ) laid, County, nnd Htate my iie.heni anil final nt'count' to the Hon.io .
: of Bradford State of Florida. or ." I I i. '-th 11119.I 0! A fJanl ""'. County, J.,nlmnf llntdford.
:Norton' returned one day last: and lard product'. much, Ih."..( an will be ntceniary to pay thy "Iny of filly W. T. WI43Y.FCg.I C'nunly. Florida and a"i! I.my' final dla-
I I I'' I h' "I' .11'1!
week<< to her home in Hastings after r: E\en if th'-ie had been any mclinn- iimonnt .d'je, for tRuss. herein net npponiuthe ., ''' I' .1 I f ( I l.'rk Clreiilt Kmrt. I darts,. Si, :sulmuutntruar': :: ..f ti''' i.tt5 of J.
I -.m. toirether with Ih. coat of luoh .ak x r for Complnlnant' *3.27Stso'i t '''n "'. being here a few days past at the;, | tion on the part of the packer* to "n-l advertlninir. i Mlh day nf Mnv \ I) I'M'MlliNKV I >.

I bedside[ of her little grand daughter., i; "pro) tepr." this would have bn out II I. Illanehard.' Lota I an":1: Block I'I IMNK sf HL.IE'.rH. : : I U. l I'\IXJBTT.:
I tot. n of Lawtey, 12.>0H I!. r' "r '1 .' ,. nitu." fl 'f IhiI.n '... i wa Xdminintra'or' Kitate .if .1. II "'..I..It.. ..iaC -
. :Martha Norton who pas-ied into the 3' of the question under the rigid rigulotons - .1 I ....... Block .t" Ka.t '..w',,, I'] II u" ", I I".u '" 1 t'.u.' 'Ii ,in th. 1 'a'.. I -- -.... 1I.30.8mo.1) .
: great beyond Sunday night June29th. ? enforce by the Food Adtr, n- 1 .., ... 11.30. I2 <0i .'n A'' . .. ,fls.i. .1.., .... .3 r- ., I..' Com, ft? ...1',..id S founty. FU! .rida.I .
,
II Kettle On* MI I arin' W. i r I .nr. "
,. istrator. With meat prices[ offload.: ': : .1 Hiock. 43 art Hl'.e:. or' in F.aAt r.n.v h.......... ..r r' rutS. A..I I 1e.I.I (lli.trlet N'amheru :; ) NVormi* In a healthy Child

J. W. Batten and Mrs. Mattle lIa.I ..1| determined! by the government profIts L :95.Ch " f.... I I1 .,.I'" ti' ..," IV II! .rdta.. All children troui.i./ d with worm have an uo
.. ,
,. ..
Farker n" '
f
'- 'JI'' r 'in : .
were the Theressaites to, limited to a definite percentage 1 , b.aitll.I"r. 'iui. h Imlniitea pour blood, and as .iI
I pan! among I Eant I.awl. ,-it.1 I I. r spent the Fourth in Lake Geneva. I possibility of unfair dealing was ref -I in Ea.t I L,i > l I.I': I 1 . .i' I ," i lenn of SpecialI. ,I nil,*. there. I f. muttor lew Momach disturhsaaseI
TASTl.LF.sfl chill TONIC liven raIdriI !
, .ROVE'S
.
Marlon Sam.u.i..C II uui.I I r .n Fn.t I . .' I ." i I' lumber On. of
,. Jim Kite Jr.. and Tat Kite ol! mo veil.f (.7. $1.50 ,. .r 'I ., i / t.. n, t hi I I I I fur two or three week. will en..:h the hi,...... II'

Starke: motored through our bun.1 The packing Industry required nofederal Llnl. Wlllt......' 1.0. ..: (at.. ....W0<11. .1 .. .. ". i -I, ni-.c... loMt! on the Slit day.'I prove the dUantlun and lei u a General. Strewn$
financial aid! and additional) Ba..t Lawtey. II.30. 1 ar.S _ _u _ u __ ___ _-__ n._ ..., ,..6? or .Inly t .f> I lOiS. at Calnenvllle: 'In the painS Tunic to the whole nritrm Nature will then
I. Sunday morning and in the after V R REDDISH' ','f.-I ro..1? i-si.s,. uOo __ 3..'n'tu ., ..n County, if Vnch'ia In the Mtat. of Florl.ln thnwolf dl.|iel 'h......'"... and, the tliI.I..1;; !! I.L If
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FRIDAY JULY 11, 1919.
BRADFORD COU>TT TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA {
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County News Items Hello Dad Fling \Ve\e got a boneto I i iI dbL

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pirk with this
you morning.
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t -- .Alright :\1,. Brown. Left gel over

I.*.r* tta. tarts Gathered During! the Wc.ck by Our w ith it as soon as pouible. It may do us

1\.\: Regular Correspondent both good. Now what it it> ,

Well. ta. you have been charging US

. more for Clan Jars than other stores are e .- ..-ys
"l'jt.j, ri-latr.t-1 hirrla1! -! week
l. IIIMII.XMJ and charging.Yes' !!!. I
:Marcus )Dokle spent Saturday
: :unday wih his parents in Lake Bot- Sir but did you price them at the II
Irghland, .Ijly I 1 -\\ str' ilIad ler. I time you bought of us or jut lately;

to welcome! : h-m- f.m"r. I ln last, | T. J. Duke and family, Mrs. Bar Well" one of our neighbrri boughtsome '! I
Darling
week Jim (art.-r, i.I m MonIy: II
attended the
bara Dukes and family : this week and she tlod Samantha
1 4 Austin and Su-arna Johns. They All birthday dinner at the home of Mrs- I how much cheaper she bought than she I
having been over about a )year. I
things to tell. i A. Dukes July Fourth. did and Samantha just t went straight up

have Mm.many D. L.interesting Rigby returned Wed. I Worthington:Math Duke spent the Lourth at I' in the air and jumped on me about trading I

nelfday from a visit with relatives in I D. 1. Blume and daughter, Miss[ and blowing' about DeWilt C. Jones. !

Jacksonville.>> f Josephine, were shopping in Wor- So I said. "Samantha, we will go in f
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,1 The many friend of MIIM rena I tlnngton Wednesday of last week: town and see about this before we condemn If? >".. '

a A Murr will be glad to know that she- I' Jas. Blume and family were guests! I him." So here we are. c>tti?>#SN / ?
following! an operation
it doing nicely in Jacksonville i l of his sister, :Mrs. Jco.; Johnson, Sun- Well" :?\1rs. Brown, I surely am glad /
at St. r.ukoV hospital 1 F3t'v :3f ,s
be home be. day. you all came in to see me about this [ :
4 and hopes to
} Angelina Fain-loth was the guest ;
I matter. You see it u like this In business .i c/r'wt;
fore long. i of her cousin, Norman Dtkle! last : iNter ,
Mr. Preston Patl *tt and sister, I' Monday evening. we often overbuy something m our jrr'f-? ;,. / '!

Mint(i I'filly. and Miss Ida Padgett i. Mrs. H. L. Duke and family, Rhett stock and when we see that the seasonis

( were:MiHHrn.visitor P. to L. Starke RiKby Friday.and John i!I, Lean Drawdy visited and family Worthington and Mrs.last Fri-;Mc- about over and we are still overstocked What you pay out your good money for '

Manmade a trip to Starki" Tucmiay. we mint carry it over until next year-- is
cigarette satisfaction-and how
| 'Jav- my,
W. M. Wlmberly came up from the -- ?--- that will add I 0 per cent to the cost of 18 cents a package a r

University at Oainenvillo Sunday' HAMPTON the goods---and wr whould rather take ) you do get it in every puff of Camels!
and spent the day here with hill pan I
and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly. coil or less and get our money out to u't j
-nts, Mr. Hampton, July l1.-\lr.: Wm. Bran-
.. Hiimifw of our re i
t excursion to Silver Sprints Sundaywere Mr.I J..1. Branne.n, the first of the next year. I - Turkish and choice Domestic the desirable "body." Camels
Mr. and Mro. L. W. Wilkinson! week So 1 suppose other merchants think the
i and children; Menem.I Owen Marr, :Mr. Nounome Witt, of Jacksonville, same way and cut the price. tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimiare simply a revelation! You may

t( Fred Lang, Andrew Crown, Ben and visited. his parents here this week We" hate this week commencing July nate bite and free them from any smoke: them without tiring your taste!

Jack L'ilkinnon and Lon Pre cott. Mrs I Donnie Chesser i is! visiting 6lh cut our prices on Class jars of all unpleasant
All report Ii good time. friends and relatives in Jacksonvillethis cigaretty aftertaste or
Heavy mini" here the last few week. kinds an you will see by this list of prices. unpleasant cigaretty odor. For your own satisfaction you must Y

+ lays have about ruined the corn crop :Miss Eva: Williams was! transacting/ Now we have but one price to all so Camels with
cigarette
bo compare any
I and other crops are thought to business in Starke last Monday- when we cut an article everyone gets,
damaged.Mr. Mrs. Elsie Sparkman, who has been the Camels win instant and permanent in the world at any price. Then, i

s : John :Marr was. in l.awtey visiting her son, :Mr. J. J. Sparkmanof same price.GLASS TOPS success with smokers because the you'll best realize their superior 1
Wednesday, onbusinesn.Mr. Plant City, returned) to her homo
l : iJyal, representing Strinirfel. last week Now see this card: blend brings out to the limit the quality and the rare enjoyment

]Jaw-Padgett Co. of Jacksonville, :Mr Lee Branrien, of Lake Butler, I'ml.Cjuare! glass $1.25 refreshing flavor and
delightful t
WnHt business visitor here Saturday visited his uncle, :Mr. J. J. Bruniu-n, Pints' round $1.05 melthey provide.

this week Quarts $1.15 I
Dr.[ W. II. Mudson. of Jacksonville, :Mr. ]Frank Wilson left last Tuesday "I 1 wo-quarts $1.50 R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY. Win.ion-S.lem. N. C.

1 spent the week-mil herewith his for Thomasvillu Ga. SCREW TOPS S

. in I.urmts. :Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Hud :Mr. W. C. Chesnut, of Jacksonville, (Pints' .')0 r'I't: >!:"... Ut.> '. 'JIi. ....v'C.; ; .........,,, _..'4!_ r
son was transacting business in Hampton Quarts 1.00

r Messrs. P.asm-y and Richard_ I '1 were visitors to StnrkiSaturday.: :Mr and. I :Mrs C':. II. Uisnop were i
Glass "s-4 cents each or 40 cents a 1- ('1(0'111.liE; NEWS (l'h.ley Fogg. Graham Fla \ farm hand, who is
1 :Mr. and :Mrs ( K.: Wilkinson spent pleasant visitor at the home of :Mrs. T-4-.t \\-\\TED--Gooc\:
the week-end, with relatives at :Maxville J. II. Tolbcit lint Sunday, down; screw tops, 35 cents a do7en. nut i afraid of work, and family, to

{ :Misses\ Thelma and :Marie Dyal, of When we sold you the Jars we sold I ( to,by lake July' 11.-(Hardy FOR \LE-.lInl:!" ) :Mi--i.nar.v' ; help White or colored. :Must have

I Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss: .llIc'k ..nville., visited, their grand pa them at a legitimate profit. !Now: we Kc-rs-y and family, of the Wooillawn and Klnndyke strawberry plantsfor reference. Apply to J. F. Bennett
Ethel: kicks: were shopping. in Jiick- 1''ntMIr.; and :Mrs. Wiley Jones, thisweek section, were visiting in this section sale 2 miles north of Starke.A. Lake Butler. ((5-27-4t '
them loss.
selling at
I lIonvillf.V.ln"KI"y.. are a Friday and Saturday. G. Green.* --

The Fourth of July ccli-bratlon was :Mrs W.'T. Saxon and little daughter There Samantha what did I 11..11 you. ;Mrs Ben Green and children. spent I WANTED-Farms and unimprovedlands.

largely attended from here, a few Vera, spent the Fourth at Lake Don't you see you ain't got no kick com ;Monday with friends here.I FOR SALE-Twenty acre farm 3 To complete my list I need
t Mr. and :Mrs. :. J. :McRae and l family visited miles\ for sale. Writeme 1
were :'olrll. Dave Ianf, (!eneva. ing after all;? west of Lawtey on Lawtey; | several more farms I1
1.. W. Wlkinnon and children, :Misflarrie :Mr. A. A. :McDonald was transacting relatives in this section Friday and and, Raiford road., Several thousand I description; have several buy.
s e Sterling, :Mrs. I F. :M. Crews business in Starke last Monday. Now pitch in and buy' what you wantso Saturday. They left for Waldo Saturday berry plants. Third (of) crop ers now for them. R. A. Snyder,

and Miss :Magpie ('r'wK, :Messrs. Brother John :Mullady, of Jacksonville we can get back home. afternoon. for 150000. H. S. Norman 7-4-.jt' Drawer D- Lake Butler. Fla. ,-..t3tI' .t

Fred I.nnir, Barney Lang, Andrew visited hits family at Starke How did, you like, your roofing paper Harley Keen and family and :Miss I
Crw, Richard I.anir. G W. Parker last Friday and Saturday Annie I Raulcrson were pleasant visitors - -------- -"
'4 .Tr., urge Wilkinson, John :Marr, Dr., W. I E. Middle-ton, of Hampton, Mr. Brown;? to this section' and while her, I
Owen :Marr, Clarence Marr. ElMarr. I was a visitor. to Hampton last Tues Well, sir; it i is just fine. Got it all on were guests at the home of H I II

; '. Mr. and :Mrs. fharlio Wilkin- day. before the big ram, don't leak a drop M. :McRae. I
Hon, Mis: w :'olawlVilkin un and, I-ild-! Quite a number of the Hampton Barney :McRaa, of Palme'to i
t and Hastus didn't bit. rub-
) get wet a Jut
l l win :Marr. All report, an enjoyalik- people spent tie Fourth, in Starke. I spending u few lavcvith. : his i ji.n-:
< :Mr A. A. Futch, of Hanu>ton, wastransaiting bed his nose all over me he felt so grateFulneer ents, :Mr. and Mrs.; ;M.. .1. :Mchn[ : AGENTS

l.iy.Mr; I!. II. Kicks, of I.nl\>ollo, is i vis- business in Starke last tried to kick or nothing sure Lawton Bryant, of Saxton npent
t itinir relatives here this week. Mond.iy. Thursday with P. ii. IJr nll..
to have a dry shelter for the critters.We Battery
pays .
Mrs Louis ;Murr.' of l.awtey: and Rev.: :McGuire\ : of I'alatka. filled! his The social trivun at the lioiv. ."..lM..1. I ,.
Friilny. can get )you a cheaper grade of : McRae: Frilnni. h''. WANTEDWe
Bon I.oren visited relatives hers ,regular) appointment hero List Sun 'I ui < \: i
1 day. Paper but it will not give you as good much enjoyed by all who wen111 i -" Service 'J

.\r..auwu... "". ". O....-...n "nn.II...\. ....Inrnrr.... ,..... were The .I In...rm...,\.ton Laws hull Leant .vttfitr..... results: in trie, long run. I ent Those present were Misses: i .'n.i. fI"
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business visitors to JacksonvilleTueml.iy. ,, ed at Lake Geneva July Fourth and die, Ola and Evil: ) Bryant, Lows, .
won the ,day. Don't wa't anything cheap; want the I Ruby: Gertrude, Eva and l.ill' :,Ir.. ,

- ....-- ----- best This Paper is alright and the Rae; :Messrs. James Williams, Fern. k
and Joe Bryant Freeman and II". ra have a splendid mak-
money
MIM::
1 n\i: MILLER all right. \Vish I had
Fencing is put it I Crosby, Walter shiver Arthur, Barney I

Five Mile July II.-I< n I Fuir- up long Ago for I don't see how we all got and. Russell :McRae, Hardy Kersey ing proposition to offer one live
:Miller\ July 11.-II. H.liII..r; and
and 1C. C. Fuircloth. along without it for long lime. I find Wooillawn, and :Mr. and! ;MrsE. '
rloth. Hr., son (family attended church at Worthing.ton so a a man this county. .
of Lake Butler" were guests of "* J. ;McRae, of Waldo.
near SundaySeeber I this is the right place to trade and get Y I
:Messrs. ]Frank and Joe Bryant
i P. P. I Deklo Tui'Kilnv.L. Stokes and. Alb<
;Miller[
< it good advice. Write for full
particulars
L. S. Ill'klIn.1. W. A. Dekliwore" and) James and Ralph[ Williams left .fb today
the Fourth in Starko.F.ngene .
guests ef their brother P. I' Pekli, spent: Douglass attended. churchat I Yes sir even the railroad company Sunday for Baker: county.Mr. IHE GIANT THAT
: and :Mrs J. F. Cnnova were LIVES IN A BOX
I
,, WeilnomlnyW. Providence Sunday. comes here at. limes ('. Townsend.) Fred flwens..1. :Many of the people of this community I I need. Lal :Monday the Limited Engine visitors, to this section Sunday aftirnoon. -
II. :Mushburn and, grand, l son. Jack
the Fourth in Worthington. !
spent broke down Slarke and had Death of Infant
:MasMiurn! spent the Fourth with at to HERMAN BATTERY CO.
They report having nlieo
The home of P. II. Bryant was
P. P. heklf.fieo. time :' resort toDe\Vilt Jones Hardware Store

; \\'. Johnson Jnvt.I dance :Mr.\ and. :Mrs. W.1.: Thomas of for repairs, consisting of all sizes of bolts I' saddened tin June :!20th by the deathof
Thursday evening in honor of his his little grand M"n. the :3 monthsold 312 W. Forsyth St. Phone 189 Jacksonville Fla.
I near Raiford visited the latterV pa- I down small tacks. I He is Little t
sister. :Mrs. Carie: Illume, and. Cousin, rents. :Mr. and :Mrs. I. E- Thomas' to always on son of ;Mrs. Mamie Luke. ,
:MISM .1 nlin Jitlmsiin.. on Friday eve Sunday.. | the job with everything, in the HardwareLine Alney was sick thirteen days and ,
nil that loving hands! could do was
y ning.L Mrs Ruby Parrish who has been for farmers and railroad. men. avail. He sulTered'I' If you have battery troubles wa can supply you with new I
done hut to no
i d.; Johnson also gave a dance teaching at Palestine' the weekend I battery of make and give good allowance
named ladies spent! f low did you like your Steam Canner? intensely until the end came. Ho any you on
( in honor' of Ihelhnvo with her :Mr. and :Mrs. '
I I loth entertainments were greatly .1. W. Parrish.parents i We still have a few at the $12.00 price- was buried the following day at your old battery in exchange.

r enjoyed, by I those present. Eurie Spires, of Jasper, was in I see you have got in some Crockey.I/ South. Prong cemetery in Baker i, I 1,
I I'uunty. \
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:Mrs! Carrie Hlume and :Mrs. Flor- ,
this community Saturday ware? ----- - --- --- --- ------- ---- ,;
t once CUIIIKV: li-ff. Saturday for their ,,1. TI L.n. I ,
1 .home;; ; in; Okahumpkoe.AlliiTt ifison Worthington nomiis mane Saturday a ousmosstrip ) eve l Yes ma'am just got in a small shipment I L. A. Davis !left Thursday morningfor ;amii iHuaifMi aiaa5gig5gtp5nHi aitfBflUBmt.'iffla- :

Williams, Jesse n"iIf'Y; and. I of Cups Saucers and Plates, Cold' a business- trip to Tampa. nmqnITITATT i NEW CASH MEAT MARKET

John \Pnrrish left Saturday, for Pa- ning.W. i L. Thomas, of !'HII'k, ('. visitedhis I Band and Plain V 'hite There has been I .
lutkn brother I. E. Thomas Sunday, I i Round Steak 30c per Ib. 2 Ibs. 55c
calls for this kind of that
ware .CLASSIFIED.ADVERTISING
so
Mrn.! Mollie I'nrrlsh was the guestof many /
who is suffering' from an attack ofhrill'hll Loin Steak 35e lb. 2 lbs.65c
per
her Hon, Aneil Parrish Sunday. disease. we put in a small stock

!Mrs ('Iurll'I1I1".r and daughter, Dr J. W. :Mann, of Lake Butler Well I don't want to buy just yet Sausage 35c per lb. 2 Ibs. 65c.
S Maude. were weekend guests i>f h'r' I Sausage Meat 25c lb.
,
Wits in this commun.ty; one day last but when I sell of canned per
I some
i my peas
Touchstone
i mother Mrs. :Martha week ONE CENT A WORD POll EACH ISSUE. Beef Stew 15 and 18c.
Elder. :M, f). Touchstone (filled his regular I. S. Brown N. II. :Stokes ind. .E.; i and corn I am going to get some to fill CASH IN ADVANCE
AdvnUvmnu in..rt d under thia .hod. Beef Liver 20c. Pork Chops 30c
R appointment at Bethany church Ii. Douglass' were business visitors up where I am short. They sure look Beet b. paid In .dno.. :No .dv.rtl..m.nt
' f Saturday and, Sunday ti> Starke :'01<11111.1>'. I' nice. for one Inivrtton aecrptrd. for !ter than 21 J. J R I G (6 i S, #.,*;M Starke, Fla., Phone 69
rr. Mr. and. Mrs.: Martin Rivers were I. L. Brown and family attended i
appreciated callers nt the home of church at Pro.-idiwe, Sunday., I O yes, we were all in at the Fourth FOR SALE-Second hand mowing i imachine :cmw !. IW.T.uww"Uiuw 'WI wKI1liiW'J:
Mr. mid Mrs. 1' P. I Ik-kle> Saturday. and rake. J. F. Colley,
all
crowd and
!My but there big
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Starke.
{ !Mr 1 Roland Thomas" was a visitor
? llnl.l M Ill'I K I.IUKKTV IHN1)5() It looked I
seemed to enjoy themselves.
hero Saturday.
g j :Messrs. T- J. )Dukes, L. C. Johnson We advise purchasers of Liberty as though everyone had a bottle of Coca FOR SALE-1917! model! Ford touringcurthe INSURE WITHJOS

S I :Math Dukes John Douglass, I hauls! to hold! them as an investment, Cola or Soda Water I guess :Mr. Jonessure car that won first prize in WILSON' -
the Fourth of July races. Price rea -
Dukes and. Andell )Drawdywere ,
Dewey lint in rase you wish to iMPose I of
Suml.iy guest' at the Dc-klo them we will (jive you the market had a lot of it made up for the occasion. sonable. J. F. Colley, Starke. It. STARKE FLORID/ ===

ri home. price for them less the of Not a bit of fighting or roughhouse
expense
GENERAL
1 Thomas of Brooker, spent FOR SALE-A good horse, buggy and :INSURANCE
Alfred
I transferring them to market.HANK i j anyw here. The ladies' sure had
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his :'olr.llncl wagon, cheap for cash. See .J.V. I
the Fourth with parents I OF STAtSKF., FIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILEGat
Mrs. C. J. Thomaa.Mr 7-11-21 Starke, Fla. some fine stands to feed the big crowd Willard, !Starke. Fla. It* ,

sr, j : I.onValtl'rB and family of and did a big business at reasonable

Valaico, visited relatives here last No Worms In a Healthy ChillS prices. FOR LE-150 good gentle healthy -. "
week returning Sunday. They were All chUdrca Irauhlml with have hogs. Bargain for quick sale.
worms
en ua- \Vt-ll I'm satisfied about the Jars
accompanied, > ,'k to Valnlco by Tom- bxllhrcclur,which Imltraus pour bloat. .0.1.. a now. Call at postofflce any hour. J. W. your Saeonji from a reliable dealer I handle the Goodyear bends.
rnie Themes and family who' will rul. there is muss M tau .tunt Ui dis ubauc.. its alright and I am glad I came in and Alvarez Starke. 7-11-ltt* 30x3 1.2 non-skid..-reaular $20 Tire, will be old SATURDAY and Mod-
GROVE'S TArm.F.i3! chill TUNIC: 'Iv.o rrnul.rlyfurtwoor
to make that place their future home. lbrie wetks will eon,'h the hl"ol.! Improve had a talk with you. begs. DAY tor $l6.SO.-PRICE ON ALL SECONDS 10_PER CENT OFF
of Little Springs wasa the diilmllon. and acts a t;nrral Strnmhroln4 FOR SALE-Two registered
h M. M. Hale, Saturday. Tonic to th. whni. Nature will thru. So long. Will be in again in a few bone Poland China boar pigs, five R. BURROWS The Tire Man
business visitor here ,throw off or df.plthw..rm.. and the Child will:! hill 125 pounds. ,
Mrs. Ellen Parrlsh and children twrfm.1. lieaha. fkaiaattulnke. We \wrb ttl.ersrt days Yes. that will be all for today. months old weigh r








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