Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 14, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I J. \\'. Townsend Elected Chairman I, List, Negroes to Entrain: for Camp Grnhnm. June 12.: -Children's Day

THIS SECTION .j I New 'ouncil.-'ommittel'H pointed .\p- j I. FINGERSOF I |Iii") , N. J. WEEK BEGINSON :! pat exercises with great were success r"ncll'rl'lnnlj Sunday\ carried nfter-l

i: ________ Joe I Rinise, Sandy Van Wilson Abrnm I n..Hi.. The program was u* follows: .

ROUNDED UP Lake Butler June .-City Cmm- ;i BOTH HANDS : Johnson, Robert Johnson. ColIl'l'Lmlk..t JUNE 1 18TH !I :-;"''hn., ." f .'

I cil met in regular session with the j ;; I. Guilford. Bullocks, John Cunningham i Recitation, "Georgia Volunteers .

I ) :Mack :McCny, Jesse Sewell, I C: ,I Smith..
following members present: A. C.l II i iI i Thomas E.: Johnson, Arthur Kennedy, Flag Drill-!Sixteen small liny anJ
Strickland, Mayor, J. W. Townsend
DETACHMENT OF SOLDIERSIN I chairman; J. H. Scarborough; Chas, ALACHUA COUNfY SOLDIER I I \l.awri'iur Green, Arthur Simmons, TEN-DAY CAMPAIGN FOR I gnN.Sung I t "
Jim JOP ("Iarid John
Fleming, ) Giv-: "Ili-autiful Flag of Liberty.
THIS SECTION SUNDAY '1 Jones'H. Register, R. E. Dell and J. W. ON HIS RETURN TO CAMP ;! ins, Charlie Foster, Thomas :Mitchell, SALE OF THE STAMPS. Recitation "Workers of the I Red '

I :Minutes of last and I I Lee Keith, Israel Porter, St. :Mark I t'ross" -Violii Starling.Recitation. :
3 l'Enso ARRESTED: : CHARGED; : rend and OFFICERS BELIEVE: : HE: DEMI-j\ Robinson. ChII'Iatrill!! : Robert IV- BRADFORD ('Ol' \ n PEOPLE: : EXPECTED ; ":--"Vl'r; (Fear, Hut lieHere"lanier
approved. I .
Sue, Thomas
WITH AIDING (DESERTER.: : :Motion that warrant issued to II. Im.TEIYIliTIL.TlW: : HIS Mixon. : TO Pl'RCIISE' : : $2Ki.-: : Kelley t'
Altoinntcs: Hutson Keith, Ben Song. "Little One Like :Me"-Drill \
THOMAS: SURRENDERS: |10. Brown for $1.80 tax reimbursement HANDS TO AVOID DUTY'Levy I Phcniniis( !us Finnie, l'uphIHnmiltoll. 200 OF) STAMPS\ I Class.Recitation.. :.. ,
I 1 be cancelled IIn.that\ another
James A. Robinson. "
I (( "On WhenlloHS Days, -
Sunday morning nine automobiles, I, warrant be issued for $l.ri5, same 1 being Parrinh, a young man residing j .... . .. -- -- An intensive campaign for the sale I l.loyd Lane.

1 reduced for settlement for ndI Bell Alachua is minus of Wur in Bradford
containing forty-five soldiers, stoppedin | tux lit county i U. \11'1'111':1.1.: Savings Stamp Recitation, 'Helping Unc-Ie Sant'r

Starke for n short while before I vertisement. Seconded and\ carried. four fingers of his right hand and ----- i I County will 'begin on the 18th of June Willie I.a Me.Quartette }

""l1tinuintheir journey to the lake Street Committee made report of two from his left, us the result of I Last Friday morning at an early und will end nil the :'JStli\ day of the "Helping I Our Country To-

bridge. under construction. Some eels/ what Parrish was an accident hour :Mr. flame month the last mentioned;
swamps east of Starke in search of I says I D.) 1' :Mitchell breathed his ; day IIIIY" -1."I.n Ciinniiighuin, Truby] Pin-

deserters reported to bo in hiding nnd j discussed, and the report accepted. but which the officers believe was a''i last at his residence on West Cnll St. having been declared by Presidont holster, Beiinio Graves allli11'1.: I' "

also to arrest persons accused of furnishing I The general sanitary l'on.lition'as deliberate attempt to so mutilate his I The end came suddenly and without Wilson to be National War Savings ]IViirl 1 Reynolds.Recitulion io '

food and shelter to deserters.On I I then discussed, as reported by a spe- hands that he would be discharged .]I wiirning. :'l r. Mitchrl: was a sufferer hay "Now You Lay10:

j coal committee, A. C. Strickland from further military service. from For the Goverintiriitis ;
and this war
their way to Starke they arrested -1, Bright's disease malady purposes Down to Sleep"\IVnrl \\I 'rll.
Boss Austin, near Maxvillc, chairman Report was received and Parrish has been stationed an Camp combined\ with heart trouble broughthis ) endeavoring to raise, and must Recitation, "Kind Words", -Tibia:

who had failed to answer the call to committee continued. Sevier, S. C., and was off on five- life tii n close in the prime of his raise, from the ,sale of these'' stamps, Itirt. ,.

report to his local board l for army Motion by :Mr. R. E.': Dell that the day furlough. lie had been staying manhood. $,0(10,00(1,000( ( I by December ;:11 1 !H Recitation, "11.'sly: (Flag und\ Your

i service, and with this arrest it is be- )public be requested by the City Council with relatives in Alachua county during :Mr. :\lltl'llC'1I'IIS n Canadian by anti the quota of Bradford county IH'I i I: (o'lul.1'-Cusslo McKinney '

ll'i-ved that the last slacker and deserter to oserve the flag for one minute that time and had, intentionally birth, coming! tothe United States $:iJOO.OO/; :! or $20 per capita; Song, "Little Soldiers"Ktmlco: of

in that section has been roundedup. each day at (> o'clock p. m.; that all or otherwise, overstayed his leave of 1 many years ago, taking up work on which sum it has raised $2,727.00( Kelley! and Viola Starling.

Austin was located in a house male persons remove their hats and absence, as he was to report buck'' the railroad of the country lie was in 15o per capita. The money hits liT-I Quotations from, the Book of

asleep about daybreak, the house was all traffic stopped at that period at on the itth inst. He was one day late' the employ of the Seaboard:: Air Line reudy been appropriated\ and to l\IlIllh'w-l'nul 1"'lIrtI"'ne Surrrncy -

| surrounded and the marshals entered the signal of the Lake Butler Ice when he boarded "Peggy" on :Monday railway at the time of his death hold. II1tl'nl"11111 purposes! has Leon spentI! I.biyd Lune, GorlmU' Wynn, '

Awaking, Austin made a dash for his I plant whistle. Seconded and, carried. on his return trip. He was miss ing the position of foreman of Ihe extra and must be.' raised from" the salt of Aubrey Harry, Willie I.lInMlllni... I
Hills examined and follows ed from the train as it reached Sampson :Mr. :Mitchell War Savings
/gun in a corner of the room but before paid as gang. has been in Stomps I :Mills, 'Pearl\ Hyrd; and Elsio llirt.Duet .
he could use the weapon he was : Jesse Connor, bridge work City and a search was made for the employ of the Seaboard fur seventeen District chairman have \been appointed "U'fUMIII'"rM., !Leon $.

overpowered and handcuffed. lie was $2.50; J. W. Townsend hall rent six him. No truce of Parrish could be I years nnd was a highly valued in Stnrke, I l.nke (Butler, I Rai- Cunningham, uiul 1 Truby 1'inholat'r.Ptocitnlion \ .

sent back to Jacksonville under guard. months $::10( ; M. T. Tillis dniylng, found but on the steps of the rear employe. Five years of this time ho ford, Brooker and Hampton precincts, "Our Pledge"' -AubreyHarry.

Guides were secured in Starke and brick, cement, etc, $10.73: ; Strickland,. coach, and lunr the hand ,rod bloodstains resided in Starke, where he and his und they have been empowered ticomplete > I .

the soldiers! left for their search of and Ball, material for booth, $1.55: ; were plentiful, and it was family made ninny close friends. their organization I by the uppointnieiit I Song "Little Servantslases: (

the swamps around l Kingsley lake, Tom Hall, drnying ,dead'\ cow $l..r>0; I thought he had\ committed suicide. !. lie held memberhip in lh(% Odd Fellows of soliciting committees, I Vinnie Lane C Gladys:" Dyul Ruth
K. S. Nowsom Conductor Harvard brought the train'' :Masons Woodmen of the xvhich committees I will endi'iivor
their main object being to secure Jesse hauling sand and clay, and\ to son Smith", lathe i Ogdcn, Viola Starling
Thomas, a deserter from Camp Wheeler I $82..0! ; Mrs :M. V. Dekle, house rent on in to Stnrke and reported the matter World. lodges, in Stnrke mid was a I'lich of you. The chairman nt Lake and Eunice: Kelley.. 1

:Macon, Ga., but in this they failed I for election, $2"iI'A'il; Edwards, haul to the ollicers, turning over to 1[ member of the Jacksonville lodge Butler" will extend hill organisation I Recitation, "Cnmi,, Back to Moth

ns young Thomas had left a short ing sand $6( ; Green Fitzpatrick, repairing them the coat belonging to Purrish, Knights of Pythias. into Worthington Providence, Palestine er"Mattie: I Ogdcn.'Recitation j

while before the searching party ar bridge $::1.50; J. H.: Scarborough which was found on a seat in the His mother in Canada was notifiedby and New Kiver precincts; the "I 1 II00n'tVnnt AnyMore { "

rived. Failing get the deserter the brick and lumber, $2'>.I:;; conch. wire of his death and the body was H.unpton I chairman will, extend his : Dollien,"-- Pearl .\. '

marshals arrested his father, P. K. Henry Hall, hauling brick and cement, Telephoning Brooker the officers embalmed pending her arrival with organization into the Thercsxn' '' precinct ::; (, "Trill Jli'icM'-I'ullicn, : Kelley .

Thomas charging him with giving $:'l; G. V. Phillips, sewerage allowance learned that Parrish had been her' daughter ns they wished' to be and the Brooker chairman willorganize r

|[food and shelter to his son, and on the $2; C. F. Rivers, balance on 191" picked up near the wood. ruck between I ,present at the funeral. Undertaker. the Graham, precinct. I Recitation, "It's Hard to mango a t

same charge Thomas' son and son-in tax roll $:5,82: : ; election managers, II. Sampson City and Brookcr by section I D, C. Jones prepared the body for burial :Meetings will be held in Slnrke, Family of this Size "-,\IIl'l1o Surrency. :' ,

[-law, Sabelle Thomas and L. R. Britt, I L. Fowler, $2; W. E. Londholtz. $2; hands who carried him on the motorcar I mid interment was miido ut the '' Lake Roller Rnifnrd', I.awti'y\ und in ,t

arrested. S. S. Knight $2.: to Dr. Russell, of Brooker, where family lot in the cemetery near V'er- Broolcor on the afternoon of :2'Jnd!: of Junior i
[were Kong, "A Robin's Song"- ,
Bill of the Times tabled. his injuries were dressed In'explain die June, and there will be I I11I110
Shortly after leaving Starke one of was Monday morning. Representatives spanking uteuch Recitation, "Tho Red, Whito and .. <, ) ;
the automobiles was wrecked und the :Motion that the managers' of the ing the pccid'/ nt .', ft- \h :sui; I his hand., \ of the local lodges accompanied. of I the meeting. All of you are "-Ruin Smith.Song 1, ,:t.

of the shaken election of May 28th be supplementedby had been caught between the conches the family to Verdie anti assisted in urge to attend tho nearest im-eting. .'t i
occupants car badly up "Star Spangled (tanner E
an.the\ fingers severed, but when the last rite their The sale of will .
vhen $1. Seconded and carried. over deceased bro" stumps he made ..
in making a turn at top ppecd, News Items '
Council adjourned.New . the conches were examined no sign ther. The floral ufrt'I'ing.'f'rp. largo by (the pledge system, that in, you ..1
the cur struck a stump in the road the I Rev. Biggw filled his regular appointment ,
officers assumed their respective was! found that would indicate his fingers and beautiful t the different lodges will be called upon to sign n pledge I .! '
driver getting a severe blow on the here Saturday and Sunday, .
|:s-tomach from the steering wheel and places. under oath J. W. Town- hail been caught between the having wreaths of flowers with theemblem whereby yoii-ngrri* to purchase n certain I delivering! very internting sermons I I'I'Mrs. J
send bumpers. of the order. number of December)
elected chair
was unanimously by '"
his companion being thrown against! 1.:. T. Stewart' vilified relatives -
[the wind shiel.IIi"\ face was barfly man. Their suspicions aroused, the officers lli leaves to mourn his death n devoted :illst I'.MH, and you may designate. the ul Stnrke last week.Mr. ,'
The chair began an investigation to determine \ wife und number of I" lie
ut from the chin to the sculp. Both appointed the standing daughter two sons, stamps purchasedand Truby PinholKter/ anti. sister, I
committees as follows. why the blodstains were on lie-ides his mother and other relative the month in which same sliull lie
: attended the III
men were bro"M back to Starkwhere *-, (l.tilieadic, of Drunker
Finance: Chas. II. Register: chair- the rear end of the conch when Parish -, and they have the sincere .sympathy purchnsed.Tlic .
[ ji'M (
medical I was secured nrdu exercises her :Sunday: afternoon.Air.
I man ; J. Maines and J. L. Douglass i claimed he had been hurt betweenthe of their many' friends in their impression" lias been. nindi1 that of Monleocbn Itt
< i i then sent to Camp John- Lnndo lIa""t'MIII" wife t
Street Committee: !Hr. J. E.: Haines, cars. Chief Kite asked Conductor [ bereavement.I War :Savings: :Stamps: are for women the Children's i iI
ton on the afternoon train.I"nday' attended Dayexercises
.. I chairman ; J. W. Jones and J. L. Harvard to examine the scene of '-- -. and children, exclusively, but such is A
I .
\ Times-Union carried the MEN" YtixiisilatWednesday I here Sunday.Mr.
:\ ( \: : :: I : .
Douglass. the accident closely Tuesday morning not tin case. They are for nil of .
following:\ account of the arrest, of the yiui.Thry ,I. R. Itiwille received n card t
committee J. L. on his out-hound trip and report give tIto -smnll investor .
Sanitary : Douglass nn opportunity I
rlo : two who failed from'" his son, Frank, lust Wednesdaystating '
chairman; J. W. Jones and J. I K.Mainos. :. what he discovered. Several passengers more men to purchase a govi-i, nment, arrived the I i'
"Charged with giving sustenance ha had\ across wa
to register June rth, presented 4
had testified that during the ""''IfTo\ the capitalist they offer" I the
Ho a deserter from the United Statescony ut the wood, rack they had noticed 1 themselves before the Local Hoard for and.1th..y ters.Miss a".
P. K. Thomas L. R. Britt and. Ordinance committee: J. E. Mains, stop registration. They were: xuinit security us a Liberty Bond : Ethel Rniilerson: of Sampson
chairman Chas. E. I A. Parrish alongside the track and are more advantageous investments
anti -
; Register :
|}-"I.lIe Thomas were arrested early: C. Strickland. that was the last! seen of him. On arriving xc';-Henry I Eli: Grillis, :Slnrke.XT : for the following reasons: ', ( ty. spent the week-end. here, theIgurvt I.
h'pstr-rdny Starke and\ of Miss Mattie: Ogdin.Mrs. S
nenr West Griflrl.1: Sturke.
there Conductor Harvard I. The of interest
The folowing] bond"Vl'r approved rule paid in higher -
[brought to the city, where they nre morning Gus! I.nwson, Elllo:/ Jiu-knoii, of Dyal, wan n /ti
M. T. Tillis and G. V. Phillips. searched the spot where the young Thursday being .1 I per cent ,'ollllollnI.,1'lulIl'll'rly. \.
[held under bond, of $:;,000 each peml'ing last and the rail colored. of New River, made his belated business visitor here Saturday.Air. .
Clel'k'IIR instructed order two man was seen, on
beforeUnited i I>I Leon Cunningham anti twolittle
a preliminary Saturday street signal stands.1 he found the missing fingers, lying in nppeuriuicc, registered und wusIllv.'n :2.! They mature in five years from
[ States Commissioner Curl Nu'le. I no 8H.Alphonso sisters, licthnl and Vesta, nt-
Dr. :Maines added to u row. January 1st, 1UH.M. '' I
J. E.; was special -
1 tended the exercises here Sunday.
The arrest made I by United left un' '
was Jones, of Rniford, )
ThQ of the witnesses :I. bo
committee to fill of J. testimony They may registered at any .
vacancy '
States Deputy I IJ'U't"ml'p i Mrs. White left here Thursday for
Marshal N. II. Boswell and for Greenlnaf, Ogle-
Thursday Camp
shows that in the
sitting the
was thereby insuring
1 II(. Scarborough.It purchaser -
George T. Kilner, assisted by then moved and carried that pathway by the side of the track thorpe, (:in., under n special inductioniill ,\ against destruction loss or Jacksonville. :\lr..J. P. Roberts and r
[ : of soldiers was wife nccompunied\ her 11M far ns I Hump- ,
opt :Middleton\ and a squad the council adjourn. while the world was being loaded on for the medical department. Mr. theft. i

from Camp Johnston. C. F. I RIVERS, Clerk.Personals the tender and the finding of thesevered Jones graduated from n medical college I. If the purchaser" needs hi** monjVV I ton.Mr. .
T. ( of Otter Crpk.I'l'nt
"It I It. Hough, ,
is the three
alleged that men fingers on the rail satisfiedthe at Charleston in the spring. : before lie matuiity' of the stamps, .
the week-end here with his ,
lave been instrumental in keeping n :Mr. Ben F. Johnson, of Jacksonville officers that Parrish had intentionally JI'IIf'F-WIIITF1ELD' GRATEFUL.: :i ten day notice at any postollire, if family.Mr. .

young soldier by the name of Thomas! I is visiting his father, :Mr. JeanG. placed his hands across the stamps are not registered. ; or at tint relatives
and carried : J. B. Mills lord wife visited a
rom being apprehended rail after the train started and had / of if F
Johnson. letter I I posto/Ticc registration, registered -
before, the military authorities to face In the course of a personal and friends horn Sunday.Rev. .
then tried to catch the last conch ho obtain his with
Miss Pearl Hunter has returned as ran money ucinterest -
I the In. the editor of the Telegraph JudgeJ. II. Y. McGuire: will fill hill regular
charge of deserting frost" Camp' I II. IJ
from a visit with relatives at Old it passed. The pain from his injured J. Whitfield asks that we II erued upon the surrender' of here : and)
Wheeler, :Macon, Ga. It M pointed) Bradford. hands probably prevented him from /I.I! convey j I Ito the stamps i iI appointment Saturday: '
that the people of this county ussur-i Sunday
out he could not have possibly
from Miss Delouis Kelly, of :\Madison swinging aboard as the bloodstain unccs of his gratitude for the votegiv I, Bradford county him always "gone :Mrs lease Surrency and sister
[remained u fugitive military was the guest of :Miss Allie\ Andrewslast on the handrail and step showed the I over the top". It went over in thnRed ,.
[service had he not been assisted by : n him at the recent primary :Miss :Man Dyal, of Tampa are visiting '
week wounds were bleeding freely. -- .-- . ,- .. I' Cross and !Liberty Loan drives.Its relatives anti friends here this

utsiders ,. :Mr. W. A. Bailey left Saturday for The United States Marshal at TO 'I'll"'o'n:!(:-! citizens: are now called upon to. week. 1
'Marshal Boswell has tried to im- Jacksonville has been notified and L themselves to the limit to buy ;
Jacksonville, where he has secured a pledge ,|
Mr.I Tonnie Wasdin made bimini'Hrt
rress upon civilians the fact that they position and is. working for the gov the disposition of the case will rest To. The Voters of Providence and l'al-I I War Savings Stumps Let all of tut trip tn Wnbi|. Saturday n
the federal laws if they "
Ire breaking
in his hands. I'stine-: .
j together \ the over
: ernment.Mr. pull put county -
\tesnrs. C. B. II.
Roberts i D. Byrd
I '
'n any manner provide food or shelter I wish to thank you for your sup-
in this drive.
: Tom Chaitnin, of Jacksonville [ I
and Willie Jom-M attended the funeralof .
[for an alleged deserter. In the neigh- I spent Monday in Lake Butler with :Mr. L. :M. Hodges, a popular young pnrt, on June 4th. Although defeutedl( JOE: HILL WILLIAMS.:
:Mr. Albert Pinholster New River
>orhood of Maxville and Highland it homefolks.Mrs. Lake Butler boy was in town this I appreciate each und "Vf.ry vote Chairman Bradford County War at .

f evident that several deserters have week. His parents moved to Jack- pied J. J.' Committe. Friday.\ t
C. J. Knight and daughter.Miss Savings i iAGRICULTURAL
:Mrs. E.: I). and littleson
eon given or sold l food and raiment. for OrSrrinJ's county about eight months ago. lie __. __ _._- I Abernathy I
I : Thelma, left Thursday -
't is believed that the hearing Satur- where they will spendthe was on his way to Gainesville to at- :Mrs Lois Byrd viee-Presidont; :\lrM.1 PRODUCTS 1 Eugene: spent last week in 1
singe :Stnrke; with her par..ntsIr.: and Mrs.A. .
lay will be of the most interest Rivers. Secretary-Treasurer; i
one months. tend the University at that place. Annie I I1 _ I 1

ing, having a military angle, that has Miss summer Allie Loughery, of Tennessee Masters Theo. and Don Edwards :Mrs. E. A. Harper Corresponding/ |I Contributions to the Bank of I .; G. I Dyul.Messrs. Irwine t
Jesse glen, Dyal
ome before the federal authorities of their friends Quite an interesting program I .
is visiting at the home of Prof.S. entertained a party Si-ri'tary. :Starke's: agricultural exhibit havelately amt Willie Shaw were business' visitors -
frere since the began. through in eludingreadings
war Ice carried
last Friday evening. cream was was ,
been follows '' It
A. Draper. made as :
I I' to Sturku \V..lneH.lay.Vhilt'1l I
Jessie Thomas Surrenders her served and I quite a pleasant time was : that were of great encourjagrment '
Monday morning Jesse Thomas Miss Georgia Epperson visited to Christian workers in the I' Neal Bros., of Starke wheat of both there they registered\ for military *
friends at Starke last week. spent. the hard and soft var l.tlos. .
went to Jacksonville and surrendered Miss: Frances Elwes, of Jacksonville\ Missionary: ; Society, after which re1frr duty.Mr. '
:Mrs. :M. J. Sapp, of New River, all I. W. Andrea a freak Irish potato. I : Tom Graves; rl'turnlto\ hU 'l '
ti> United States Marshal Boswell, who served. Nearly
> last week at the home of her is the guest of her uncle and aunt, hments were j J. J. Rigdon, of Sturke, broom corn. .
spent home at Savannah. Gn. .
turned the fUI(>h'e over t the military :Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Harper. the members were present and an enjoyable Monday.Miss
parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. G. :M. Richard.Mr. Dudley L. Clyntt. of Dukes, and W.I j : I'Iorl'n'oValker has returned' '
: authorities at Ca'.. Johnston. ;Miss Bennett left last Tues afternoon was spent. I'. {
; Evelyn :
: of Orange 'll. of wheat.
: and Mrs. Murray Edwards: Lnwtey, to her home at Hastings. :She: has!'
He feet ',e r - Park visited the latter's grandmother I!I I A. Bronkc, of Sturke, flax andTiJlpf'rary been here for the gust six weeks vli-
lc" hi-nvi-nly Futher,
< Our
crfion. : :
while with friends. '
of Lake Butler. spend a bcnns. This sample of flax
S. A. Richard, I her Mr. and Mrs.
iting grandparents,
it hard these of the universe, has /
Deserters finding filled his thi' nllwifte. ruler
are :Misses Bessie Kennedy and :Marguerite Rev. W. T. :McGuIre regular has been, examined by several per- Stone.
layS to escape capture and the punish- appointment at the Christian ''limed it best to call to her heavenly
for it fine'
left Tuesday und
Loughery sons' they pronounce very
Mr. W. !Moore
11. of Theressn
mete out of Sov. Alice: was a
ment which Uncle Sam I Church last Sunday preaching at the i home the beloved
Madison, where they will attend nor- 1 E.; M. Ilnxi-n, of Urookor, and Lacy business visitor here Tuesday.Mr. .
out to them. They cannot long evade I noon hour and again in the evening.The Lnndgford, and Thu Relmore 1 county. !
mal school. Clay
Thoy made business tripto
for the soldiers are well attended WHEREAS.: Low in humble submi Both Dyal a
capture once morning was -
:McGill of Jacksonville of these farmers
:Miss Gladys I I oats. grow Waldo
placed on their track they will remain and !in the evening, regardless of .inn to the will nf Him whO> doeth Thesample Thursday. t
Sunday with her parents. their oats without fertilizer.
spent ,1 :Mr. Tom Lane, of plant City, I isj, i
therefor he ititESOLVEI
is killed or the boat
there for
until the deserter all things ;
last bud weather, the attendance was notably stands
:Miss Sarah Rivers left here I sent in by Mr. Hazen
hero visiting his aunt, :Mrs. A. Lone,
and That the members
times ) we
captured. These are war III' e.
week for the hospital in St. Augustine five and one-half feet. Those sent for few
tern will be taken to stop Mr. Turner left for Jacksonville Lakeside Grove: 101, extend to Sov. a days.
measures Murray
where she will train for a FtedCross : by Mr. Thomas measure four and\ :| Mrs. George Stone was called to the
heartfelt and i
desertions from the army to punish last Tuesday on business. Liingford our
Miss Rivers, without a one-half feet. '
|i those assist deserters to escape nurse. Ben Tom Chns- sympathy, in this her very sad he- 'i bedside of her daughter :Mrs. Walker.jat .
who :Messrs. Dukes( and I in
doubt, will make a first-class nurse.She | R. I L. Batten, of Therc-isu, was I Hustings( Friday
capture. is a kind cheerful pleasant young tain, who are working at the shipyards ri'itvement, and be it further town Tuesday to have some homegrown I
--- in Jacksonville returned to their RESOLVED.: That a copy of these
GOING TO TRACING SCHOOL. lady, and will radiate sunshine among be forwarded to Sov. rye ground into flour at the Shaver Co., owners of the Starke canning *

George Harold Pearce and Wm. C. the sick. She has three brothers who post of duty last Tuesday after a visit resolutions the Dubose mill. It worked up nicely and factory, Is advising Itradfonl
Sam's service in France to their homes I.angford, a copy upon :Mr. Batten returned home with
in Uncle a sup
been designated are farmers to plant sweet pota
Wooten, of Lawtey, have of Grove, and a copy county
The C. W. B. :M. Society met at the minutes our
Mess and this of home-made flour.
God protect
now. patriotic the demand
mechanical training toes extensively. He
attend the says
to for publication.
residence of the President, :Mrs. E. A. sent to -- -- .--
school recently established at young lady. STELLA PRIESTER.: for canned potatoes is growin and
last Friday afternoon.
Gainesville in connection with the arimy :Miss A. II. Hancock of Doerun, Ga., Harper DAI.ME EPPERSON': : that he will \be able to use a greattini"
her home last Saturday, being the annual meeting officer for t BE: IN HEAVY DEMNDII.
Saturday returned to next full than his
| The young men will leave ELVA RIVERS morn potatoes
elected as follows l
the ensuing term were
ties., June 15, to enter upon their du after Miss :Marshall a pleasant Proctor.visit! to her cousin, I Mrs. Mabel Crews, President; Committee. A. Shaver, manager of the II. A. n-! .' '' .L'In! the season of 1917.

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I I Thence to Noyon, however, the allied and the heights rising between ("ourt'elles -

I line is holding strongly. and Moretemer: were recapturedby
Week's Summary of the War I If success should rest with the enemy the French and in addition to the

: on the new !battle front, it possibly infliction of heavy casualties in the w Ir
.. might badly affect the stability of engagement Gen. Foch's men took ,
I the line of defenders from the Oise to more( than a thousand prisoners and I-
FRIDAY c-nt have improved their position the :Marne and compel a falling back also captured guns. CHAMBERIJ I Ii
liana Still Giving; Way I IVfore Ameri- Lucre. On the Picnrdy hattle- westward from the Oise to the regionof In the immediate center of the line
ran and French '[roopxTherehasbcennoletupin | American troops took prisoners I the Marne northwest of Chateau "I.'tw'nIontdidier' :\ and Noyon, where i
the often- raid Thierry( in order to straighten out the Germans had been able to extent .1 TABLETS
V live of the American and French 801. i| There and in the Wocvre and in the deep salient that would then project the apex of their drive to Antheul the
liers against the Germans in the re- 'raine 1 the American and German toward the east with the Solssons enemy also was attacked and driven I
gion northwest of Chiiteuu Thiery, '' leries have been active. rector as its apex. back but southwest of Noyon he succeeded -
1 .where in the past two clays severe de- airmen on Thursday accounted :! The allied commanders, it is asserted in reat'binltIachettont! and is just what you need, madam. Many
:feats have been inflicted on the en-1{ German airplanes and a half were not taken unawares by the Bethancourt. Hard fighting is still in THIS
,t .my and American marines have wont i observation ballons, in addition new offensive. On the other hand progress in this region. who were troubled with indigestion a

great praise for their valiant fighting. dropping more than sixty tons I they had anticipated since the failureof The American marines fighting; in sallow skin indicating biliousness and
I Battling shoulder to shoulder over a bombs on targets behind the (' the army of the German crown the Chateau Thierry sector have completed muddy ,

", :front of six, miles from Vinly which lines I| prince to gain its objectives between the capture of the Delleau wood habitual constipation have been permanently cured
lies just to the northwest of Vauilly Ln I Increased activity is reported Soissons and the Marne and thence on from the Germans and with its occupation -
J' 1'otrie, to Ilourbtheu, the Americans the Italian front. In attacks the southern part of the line runningto took 300 prisoners The latest by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using
I I I and French have captured the towns | Lake Garda and! the Piave Italian Kheims, that the German high official German communication asserted
Veuilly Laterie and Boureseches and French troops captured more command would decree another maneuver that tie) Germans had repulsed these tablets they felt miserable and despondent

+ also made progress nil along the front. prisoners Auttrollungarian to the north and preparations several attacks in this immediate
Now cheerful and and relish their
II' Previously Torcy hail fallen to the ''attempted advances on the accordingly were made. vicinity. they are happy

Americans. Nowhere on this battle plateau, only to be beaten back. The lighting is of extremely sanguinary e meals. Try them. They only cost a
I line have the Germans been able to ,'|I several 1 I points along the character and whether it will LIKE AM?\ ELECTRIC quarter. .
t stay the efforts of the allied troops. front enemy patrol parties were be confined to the area at present affected -
I The marines everywhere have declined! pulsed by the Italians remains to be seen. At last ac- BUTTON ON THE TOES OiaiuherlairfS Tablets

, i to take n backward step (groin) forward I i SUNDAY counts it had not spread north of

against the enemy, even when he t German Offensive Brought to Mondidier to the village of Santigny, Tells Why a Corn is So Painful
had superiority in numbers. Close- i i| Mill.-Allies Make Gains which the Americans are holding.
, 'I pressed, the marines have given the ,I| In the battlefield of the :\ Comparative quiet prevails in the And Says Cutting Makes I
, Germans a taste of cold steel, even in '|,where a week ago the Germans region of the farnl'. and on that portion Them Grow. 8644't- -to-s444+t 444. 444443444441'i ,.. +

: I, !f' the face of machine gun fire; surrounded I hurling their masses of troops of the line in Flanders held by the

",J they have fought their way through t the western side of the wedge they British there have been no occurrences 'i I HOT WEATHER i ii
,P gray-coated lines with their bayonets.l driven into the allied lines in the > of interest! according to Field Press an electric button and you
1 From all accounts there has been no' tie that began on March 25, the Marshal Haig's( latest communication.The ., form a contact with a live wire which
r of the of modern warfare ]i'f tons are now standing only attack in the NECESSITIES
part game virtually on reported French rings, the bell. When your shoes press i i
} in which the men from overseas have defensive in the Chateau Thierry official communication in the region against your corn it pushes its sharp

4 C not excelled the enemy. j, tor. American and French troops of Kheima was delivered by the Germans roots down upon a sent 't'e nerve .
, The losses to the thus far participating in reaction the who suffered seriol" losses but
enemy are a on : ( nnd you get a shuck of pain.
weather should i
the of hot
declared to have been extremely heavy ,treme tip of the salient and are gained no ground. .i With coming you provide

\ and the terrain they have lost is considered ,I roe progress in this important From the' Astico region to the Piave which Instead of trimming them your corns yourself with the necessities to make life more com. :

of high Btragetic ,value inasmuch -i J The British are engaged/ ] on the river In the Italian theatre there hnve merely makes grow just fortable. I have a full line of
into store and ask fora j
step drug
: as it it! on thud part of the bate side of the wedge between the been intense artillery duels but no any
of of f This I
e tie front through which the Germans II!nnd Iheims. infantry engagements of great importance will quarter cost but an very ounce little but reezone.Is it is sufficient FREEZERS WATER COOLERS :
. '41' hail hoped to crush their way forward | While the operations take the .
to hard rot
remove or :
every Full line of small articles.
t and attain an open road to Paris. The ture of local attacks, they have The American rasuality list issued s :
I ,
" callus from one's feet. A few
vnsutUi'.ies' of the were particu- their effect in driving the Sunday was the largest yet of corn or :
, enemy ,I any : Screen home to keep out the fly and the :
drops mos
applied directly tender your
upon a
larly severe during the street fighting from the points they reached on single day since the war department
in Rouresches, where the Americans I I crest of wave that curried them began/ to make public the American aching corn stops the sorenes sinstantly . quito. Window screens in all sizes and kinds Save ::

pushed him back step by step. i|| the road to Pans. The atacks, losses. It contained 198 names. it ,lifts and right soon out the root corn and shrivels all without up so i. your wife's temper by buying a i
The plans of the American command began just to the northwest of TUESDYGermans
pain. This freezone is harmless BLUE PERFECTION OIL
( did not include the capture of Torcy I[ teau Thierry lire spreading Gain; Ground in Center But drug STOVE ::
r but when the marines reached the objective -j(i ward along the line and Progress is Checked on Wings and never inflames skin.-Adv.or even irritatesthe : No hot sweltering days over a wood stove. Cook in ::
surrounding ((141])
I assigned to them, their ardor ,II the allies report ground The Germans in the center of their : comfort on one of our oil stoves. :
for battle could not be restrained, and j i The rush of the American new attack on the front between ---+--- .
\ they kept on until the village was in and the French on Thursday has !Montididier and Noyon have gained -
their hands. Twenty-five marines || gained ground as fast as it did additional ground against the French EAT POTATOES i JONES HARDWARE i

drove out two hundred' Germans from' the inception of the movement, but on both the rght and left wings ,
Torcy. i it is still going on. In the te they are being held. In violent successive SAVE
Hard{ held! on the other sectors from they have withstood two violent attacks ;Monday they captured \ i Starke, Fla. i ii

Solutions! to Chateau Thiery the Germans tacks by the Germans and have ] the villages of Mery, Belloy and '. 'VHIAT.II
have essayed attacks on the sal the enemy decisive fashion St. !Mauve and also pressed forward I' s S<<@v Y i
t' Mnrne front near Itheims.! These attacks i Reports from the whole battle and gained, a footing in the village .
were all ill-starred and the en- i in France arc to the effect that Marqueglise: the last named place .JSTATE
ti tmy had to accept ,defeat. A French has !been renewed activity on the representing the deepest point of penetration II l' ----: --1

itttuck at Uligny resulted] in that village of the German artillery in several since the offensive began-between I

a ] falling into their hands. i tors of the front Notable I five and six, miles. Ilaiford, June 10.-Prof. J. E. Turlington MAGAZINEFor
i 1 On the remaineilr of the battle the regions under bombardment is The French are still exacting n of the University of Florida,
/}" .' fronts there i is still slight, activity, l line between Noyon and :\ heavy toll in lives from the Germans was h( } aside from bombardments and patrol I{ It is along] this line that a heavy as they deliver their attacks in waves t experimental farm. I

,; encounters. :' emy offensive has been expected and are giving ground only whenfOI'ced !Miss Stella Wingate from Jacksonville f.F' June-the month of weddings and
J l The German government threatening I military] experts since the F to do so under superority of: it the guest of her sister, Mrs "
/. mistreatment of Americans because of the German advance from the numbers. Nowhere has the enemy D. W. Purvis.Mr. ,? ;o< commencements, gardens and

, ; of the imprisonment of the bomb has died away. been able to pierce the front which Ellis Wells !gave up his position ;j,1; 4tii: ,(' out-of-doors, the passing o f

plotter Franz Kintrlen, has been warn- !( When the Germans pushed tI has been bent back in perfect order as engineer on the state's train last Spring, the begin-
, 1) od by the United States to remember I from St. Quentin )late in :March I wherever the necessity arose. week and is now in Uncle Sam's sere c\/t\/ ing of Summer
that such a step will draw swift retaliatory lem'lyinAprilthe line from Noyon {1 The battle, is described by correspondents ice. / : and
action upon the thousands of :Montdidiorwasalmostequal] in as one of the most furious Or. and :Mrs. S. E. Dribkell have had 1, :: ( I"" s:=:;, the opening i of ter. 1

Germans in this country. I tance to that in front of Amiens. f'I that has been fought since the warbegan I as their guest for the past two weeks lQ L Ff-f the vacation season

The possibility that German submarines French forces were rushed to ee with the enemy unusually reckless the latter's sister, :\Irt.: J. K. Griffin, r-i';: ,1 n >
arc lurking off the Atlantic I front and fought savagely to stop in wasting life to gain his ob of Excel, Ala. r '."!I near.
,) coast hereafter must be regarded as u German advance jectives. lion. .1. C. I.uning, state treasurer, .:"4 ', .i 1 McCall' Magazine
continuing factor in American measures I At the same time, the Woevre The latest official communication spent Wednesday and Thursday on: an ..Of:: 1- .:';";1''I'" McCalT. Fashion Sheet .\ s
is the opinion of many naval official I just to the east of Verdun, is from the German war office says that inspection trip here. 'i .T/1'i and the New Summer .?_

a. They believe. that the present ing attention Large ... additional ground has been gained by Mr. F. J. Reevis was a bm.inessIs.. t#: ( f Book, of Fashions, quarterly rr'I
raid is practically certain to he 'nomy troops in the direction of the Germans southwest of NoyonIIl'ainst itor to Jacksonville Saturday.W. f ,t ' i i! i benefit contain, for your 4r i
-I'I Ij \ a selection of
ed by others and that it will f'lIow'I'I :Mihiel have been reported by 1 I newly brought up French re. T. Dodiford, from Gainesville, I 1'1' '1\ n!li \\ delightful economical, t1 I II I
be safe to that observers and there inforcements and that the t t
again assume F are I Germans nnd :Mr. M. B. Craig, of Jacksonville, .I .. \ and therefore patriotic
waters arc free of this menace l j that the positions of the have taken about eight thousand pris were visitors here Wednesday. I- ,' designs of summery I
a'l'I' !
long as the U-boats are at large. (| along this part of the front may i oners and some guns. Dr. and :Mrs. S. E. Driskell and :Mrs 1\ -' "'' garments for every oc ucoition. I

Besides vigilant guard at home unremitting the storm center of a terrific Near Cussaires, northwest of Chit J. R. Griffin were visitors to Gainesville 1. \...... ; ,I '\ .\ .
efforts against the submarine soon. teau Thierry the Americans, and the and Alachua Tuesday. ,- ,t -- I,
at the points of egress is the anti The advantages/ to be gained by French again have delivered strong' Drs. K. A. Willis, from Greenwood 'r'i.\ .. l McCALlT"
dote favored here. A carefully plan Germans if they succeed in ' attacks against the Germans and tak : and S. II. Blitch from Blitc hton, state -j' '" I r; I

ned campaign, having both offensive this line, are manifold. Eighteen en more ground. They also captured I i inspectors of prisoners, were here on :fPATTERNS
and defensive phases, was known to west of St. Mihiel: the town of a number of prisoners and thirty machine Friday night and, Saturday. Dr. Blitch -0 !

have been approved, and probably now Due, and still further westward, guns. On the remainder of the i was accompanied by his son, Lunis ;i for June
is well under way. I i ty-eight miles away is Vitry front in France and Belgium the operations who was returning from Jacksonvilleafter J I
'T1 t An' indication of the deadly] work of would l he but a stepping stone to a have been of a minor nature having signed up for service in Want 8391 Skirl 8333 Now on Sale
the allied and American fleets in Eu-I to Challone-Sur-Alarne: If the although south of the Somme the the racy Dr...

, ropean waters was (given to day w I St. Mihiel could be broken or British near Bouzencourt have carried Mr.: Owen Wingate has given up his Fla.e I
r Senator Swanson of Virginia state( ;I back very far the whole Verdun ... out an operation which straightened work here as commissary man and: A. M. DARBY Starke

that according to information furnished .I I' would! be in peril) and might have out a threatened salent that sagged yard. overseer, and]. j is, in Jacksonville i
t the naval affairs committee, iO; percent abandoned. in their line. visiting relatives: before into --
of the submarines constructed by In the Flanders sector, which : As the Austrians continue to bring I bervce. -----.. ------ - ,
r" Germany had been destroyed.SATUKHAY been iiiet since the beginning of I up large forces of men behind their Mrs. W. II. licevis, of Marianna. is church I I" -
.'',. attack along the Aisne, the ''lines in the Italian theatre the artillery spending sometime with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday night. assigned, many of them may ptr
on Wednesday sought to ] activity and I,|, Frank Starling visited at the homoof called fur service the
,\American: arlnt'tl Drive Germans improve raiding operations F. J. Beevis, at this place. R. L. McNeal on account
: Rack 2'til"K: on Ii :Mile Front ,positions by capturing the are daily increasing.! Throughout: the I I| The continued drouth is beginning -- -Sunday--afternoon men in class one being exh ?a
American marines and French soldIers Locre. This point would give th, mountain region from Tonnle to the'ito.l i injure crops in this section. The EVERY REED IS AN ENEMY.: thereby bringing the new rcgi' "
t ( on the sector" northwest of Chateau starting point for an attack on the { Brenta river and along the lower ; farmers are watching every clone in line following those who w "
I Thierry have driven the Germans ; loge of Locre, which is considered I reaches of the Piave river the guns I i I with unusual interest. Every weed is an enemy of the person brought to class one from m n. <''e
back two and u half miles on u of the keys to the allied of both sides are engaged in violent'I who is trying to produce and conserve erred classes when the rave' '
f front of six, miles and latest reports along the hills behind the lines duels. Numerous surprise attacks by growing n backyard garden. the list is made.Registration .
that continue I west of Ypres.The French i have !been attempted by the Austrians I All these
i are sharp fighting I troublesome plants that gain days for men n rn n"
the river the Ameri-i I this sector on Friday, however on various sectors, but all of them footholds "
Along Clijrnon h t'" A a aI al in the garden forage ter becoming 21 of agi' '' "
; li upon years
have taken and llouresches led the enemy and drove him were successfully repulsed. Aerial the plant food
t' cans Torcy op- and water which should ably will be fixed every three n "&!
f and the French Veuilly La Poterie and j I his former positions and the allied I erations on a large scale also are in JaLNSONVIIltt1A be available to build up food plants, It is estimated that 1,000,000 m .
Vinly. The extremities of the advancing I has been restored. I progress and fights in the air are ofot'eurr..nt'e. I says the University of Florida extension come of age yearly and the new tfi.strants
Ki line are marked) by Itoureschesanil I There have been no (' daily Large quantities of division. They stunt some are expected to far "< red
vegftahloa go:
|11\ notable character the explosives have !been
Vinly.Friday on enemy 300TZTRN by stealing their sustenance i keeping up the first class r\"\ "-I"J "
r the fighting was of n more i front but in :Macedonia the allies, positions) by Italians and a num ESTABLISftlD and crowd out shade others. J state from which thus far all mel 'ur
desperate!) character than on Thursdaybut \ 'tkmlarly:, ] the Greeks have been I down.her of enemy aircraft have been shot SC tIff MOUSE From morning until night weeds i the national army have been draw
the Germans; to tinning their aggressive that '
were fLOROAI'm are allowed to grow in a garden
: teens Assignment for the call"f
I In
Macedonian: theatre there also I men
give ground the impetuous marines work steadily against the interests of the colors sub>
and French being too much for then 'Germans; I Renew ()nlTt'"h' But on has been an increase in the artil- I ;i"i 5(1 a ii the gardener and the longer they are which indicate the rapidity ''n
levy activity, the troops are moving overs'ns'
German prisoners token now exceed 1 duced J'rontlak. No (; enemy bombarding left undisturbed the greater becomes
800. As u result ofthe advance the The armies of Crown Prince I the allied lines on both rides of the their capacity for harm. nearly every instance the rell''ran18!
I enemy has been driven back on the precht of Bln'arlland arc VII rrlll r river On the front held by SF are assigned to national army *
river and across it at Vinly. lIe no the allied lines in a new offensive j the Serbians the artillery has beenunusually I ORDERS REVISION:: :>ToF. were ments made, whereas recently when'
..i..; ]longer menaces the height positions Pane apparently their objective. severe. I I'INE LEVEL NE\VS CLASSIFICATIONS.General the men to it national was necessary guard '' ir'r
south of Veuilly, which form an important'nIontli"i'r: and Xoyon WEDNESDAY: "
part of the barrier' holding t hea:, front of i Trench revision of classifications : army and other camps beeai'
i about twenty m Turn on Germans and Drive Level June 11.-..Rev'. 15. Johns under the selective! cantonments filled.
I f Germans from a closer approach: 'ceded' as usual I by a heavy .. I Them Back I I'filled his regular appointment here draft net was were
on stituted last
\ Friday
Paris. by Provost ;\
with The
Jment shells of all calibres i French troops fighting southeast Sunday. in-I'
r On the wing between the Mar ne I with noxious ir.iscs, the enemy's Montdidier: have turned upon j :Mr Carl McIIenry and mother visit shal General Crowdor, when To Cure a Cold In DIM Day
' t\ and Kheim. the French have completed I I maneuver evidently has in view the Germans; in a violent attack and d! at the home of Mr. Walter Crowder telegraphed, the governors Tnk LAXATIVR use. rQ Quinine. It rtors-r> <*f
Ed- ,
t thi I > of all states ordering an investigation Cough And llmclache sad works off the. .
'capture Illigiiy. Klscwhern bonding of the Hilniini I to
allied front >
t i I toward t< n>i| a severe defeat to the mon-on Sunday. iTiiuitioK ref n.,1 monev II it fail
f. t S on the salient the infantry I town of St Just' on the northern ,'n'rnO'l'r n front of about -wvtn anti l I, Mi-, Oln Bryant si iill'dliRs: Rena number determine the reason. for the small I ", \l'. l.aU57' .1..,..."... on each '
fighting has been at a minimum and I'and' toward the railroad junction F'u half miles between' Rubescmirt and :MI( :\" nl| Sunday morning. of registrants in class one in

l. f nowhere have the Germans essayed I Tompiegne on the southern 'I I St. Maur. It was over this front that I :Mm Rcmi :McN'en:; wvnt home from some in local class hoards. Thousands of men,I. KOUT. M'KKENCV IJNIIEK: HP'oP:
attacks. The artillery duel is \ tolentwest getting: astride the, Oi." river the French since Sunday's offensive! ithurth with :Miss: Ola Bryant Sun- I now four should he put into CIIAUGEHTII; SEROUS: l'I/\IE
of Kheims the :Marne I I on classes one and two, ho |
1 along and I driving southwest began had naid.
inward+ the | held back the Germans from '. :Mina\ Sadie Bryant and Pra- It i is
oj .. north of the Oiri-; .-, lanitala i expcetnl that the
| i| k.'epin..IIt'. ( with the advance they thi-r accompanied her home revision of Sheriff Kppcrson: returned kl'
; ?s In reporting) on the fighting northwest The French troops are resisting I Iil1ll'lIl.t I,were making,! from the center of the afternoon. Sunday the draft lists will bring into class one : from Anniston, Ala.. bring h
of plateau Thierry on Thursday, with their usual \alor. hut line smith. of Ressons more than :00,00; men. him Robert
i I ) -Sur-r.lta towards | :Miss Louise McIJac visited at Law- New' Surrency wh<
Berlin says "local attacks by the oncmy (;cl'l1Ian8 on their right nod in the the Oise river and where the ', sty Sunday. Ivgtran Will lie Called Soon arrested by officers of thai
were repuljcJ. A German nlMtnce 1- tor have been able to penetrate nsluuglit! of the invaders were met I Mrs. Alice Oliver is ill. Those men who registered June Warrant sworn out here ,i-hu
very 5th
r, near Snrey between Itheims i lin,- for distances for military duty
ranging from I with n defense man and gun power I Grandma Cone Is the lick are very likely with n serious crime. Hi.W. .-. '
'I: and the :Marne in which 300 prisoner thirds t mile on list o have an early cull to the
t> a south of :\ that Drought, tothe Germans enormous this week. colors. Surrency, of Grnham. i
t ors were taken is reported.Fiinch to relatively an act of
two and hatr'm congress
a i"' casualties.The Misses Pena: :MeN'eal requires "herirf here on hU arrival niI !
;,c \ . troopon the Fla"d*!r8 sal i- UhiMnn-Sur-M.i'/: : in the j .lingo/ of Eelloy Genlis W'.od with Ernie Bryant and went Bryant to that Iuttum I new of rt the>ei
they are trial ut the fall term of .-ir'uiii."rAir '
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i- 'division! quadrupled it* .100,000: ) quota ,
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I Every state attained its !goal five Fashiom's Ultimatum to Lingerie
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. II Soldier Letter.Camp II I'I' 1 more than tripled it, anti sixteen: oth- lwi

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than doubled theirs Is the Strictest
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L .I Telegraph 1111.. It;'.T FOR M .XV '
,..w.A..rl........-_...-..-_-__.-._...____. Starke Fla. Loss of Charm'1 :

i Told by Our Exchanges. Greetings: During the month of :May many of

I It is with pleasure beyond description the Hradford county ladle have been -- .

:--' that I am permitted the honor busy knitting tins selling for their ,
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-- New York June 1-AlI New York
: f you are planning a trousseau! or ami'
and of submitting to my .
Green celery is now being shipped l According to the opinion of the at home opportunity the Telegraph country as following large shipment : seems to be' tinning to thoughts of ply overhauling your wimlrohe. with un
county paper, of articles will
vom Sanford in large quantities. It torney-general, county commissionersmay for publication this letter. Still I do / socks testify: I trousseaus and other delightfully friv- eye to the summer need, the sensible
1(5 helmets
Lawtc\v: pairs .1 I
bringing as much $1,700 hire farmers : ; olous tllillj'''. The lingerie .
is as a car. prisoners to to assist say regretfully that I feel\ incapableof 1 wash cloth 7 sweaters. ( displayedin things are the most important. Illustrated
Bowling Green has so far shippedmore in gathering crops. ; the shop windows Is somehow different llll'rl' are two that are most at-
than 100 loads of melons this When :Miami expressing facts of my experienceas I Hampton: 111 bell jackets; It: wellequipped from lingerie of other The ,"
car court was in session at soldier I would love to, though days.! tractive. The corset cover with its t t:
a I as comfort kits M wash cloth
season and the seanson is not yeti Judge. S. 1'. Branning sentencedMrs. do ; ; piles of snowy linens, sheer batistes touch of dainty! hand embroidery and
becomingly as u soldier, I not 4 napkin !) sweaters I socks
1 pair
: Grace V. Howell ; : ; anti delicate satins and silks, bewildering the rustle
i to state's prison hesitate in trying.As til handkerchief. as ,petticoat with its deep of d
erA new enterprise that promises to for life .Mrs. ]Howell was convictedof a soldier I am zealous to speakof Stnikt: 10 Ixvl, jacket It bed as hey are, all impress ono (embroidery' flouncing! are just the y
results to the the murder, her husband. G. A. ; with their lIimph'ity.'t't1 the bows
,ring good promoters of the of the r things to wear under tits filmy 8Umnwr
adequate discipline shirts; 1 1:1:t pairs pajimi,;,' o> sweaters.s .
f the broom factory just established Worley, attorney for !Mrs. Howell will \mericun army and, of the obedienceto nf rose und blue ibhuns on the' negigees '::- frocks., The deep V-nhaped neck '

at Kathleen take the case to the supreme court, the same by the true-hearted redblooded 'r,\KK K: RlsTiiVivr"IIOMIKFM: : : : "," '11to al- has narrowed Valenciennes insertionuaI ;

:Miss Ruby Seeley, the first female county to pay the expense. Duringthe uttcr-sucriticing men of ,\I i rii mroKrM'\ : oi'Kit'i) : egiaiuo, The dainty! things are justus lace to outline! it ; around the trim

:ter carrier in Florida began work reading of the sentence Mrs. Howell America, 1 know and young you know that ; bewitching, as \','r.'t'n mure so, waiht .satin ribbon is run through ,

ii, a rural route out of Tampa along was perfectly composed showing home, parents sisters brothers, uro New York June 12: .-A Staike manMr. if t that were possible. heading, milking a nice II aish. The-. e

the Bay Shore boulevard. ( no sign of emotion. dear to us. Boys (my fellow soldiers ) I : KV.: Fireman will soon have Near TroiiHHiuiisNearly corset over und the petticoat! are of
Tomatoes to the amount of 1,241 The Food Administration has !sent would l you be offended should I his hamU full looking after the interests :' all of the stolen have "ready- white wash satin but they can be

art were shipped from Florida during out through all State Administrators, 1O'ntlont.t'th'art., .., or us we generally -' of many Florid people, who lire made" trousseaus that may be !helectd made just us daintily of batiste or
the" month of May. Of these about 500 a warning to corn barley and oats term our wives ? These difficulties coming to ;New'; York City to attend in a great hurry if necumary. The insook. The satin i is really practical -

ur went from the East Coast. millers and to wholesale and retail and numerous, others cause the the f.inioiii Sumniei: Session: of I'olum- rousseau of the bride of llMS is fur however, as it will stand' many

At Orange City a community building dealers i' m the products that at the boys to desert at times or to be A. W. Ibis I'nixvrsity' according tii 1111 announcement itfercnt from those of other years. tripstothetub.and does not musi Si>
will be erected by the city. The present prices'' of thl't'etrains/ corn I 0 I..-absent without leave I I. as issued tod.iy, : Mi: Freeman ,To begin with, there is 1 easily as cotton\ goods which must bostnn : +

i aiding; will contain a library, gymnasium 1 meal und oat meal should be sellingat one whose home is the scene of un 1 in the an- slightt -bed. 'I

: club rooms und auditorium least 20 per cent below the price of invalid mother a .sister and brother, nouncenient as Chairman of the Florida ifl.l Trimming (Ideas

Uncle Sam will undertake to fill in wheat flour and that corn flour and both of whom have poor health du State Or unuuUon. This new ... \. .J Some of the fascinating' "sets" are-
and drain the cypress swamps in the barley flour should be selling nt least;, catalogue shows there were forty- ] of
{ say that I am attentively inclined to ) colored 1 batiste. The vivid yellows,
vicinity of Camp Johnston at Jackson- jli per cent below wheat flour. think three l-'loiida( men and \NODHMI in tho
of all the boys of this and other greens, and purples' that bad such a
'ille The operation involves $1C::,0tll; ) ) i I' Senator Fletcher has' been informed touching situation I attendance of (>,alt 1 1 last l ta irec- vogue after (lie Russian duncers with

:Many of the employes of the Tampa iby the ordnance department of the After reviewing this condition of tor J. (: Kjjbc'i: said today lie expectsas ))1 their intistic stage-settings: set the!

,ihipbuilding companies have pledgedne United States army that additional my home and that I might see and be many when the sessions opens on : ': fashion, havtgiven! (place, to the old
> days': salary each month for the rifles are. now available for the use of with friends, and loved, ones in church July S this jonr. He odds: 7p: :1 er-fashioned ,colors more fcrnine and '

Red Cross during the period of the Home Guards in this state. Each state and Sunday School, und after receiving "The ollVers of the State Organizations dainty. Sometimes the edges lira t"

j is entitled to u number of rifles! equal a telegram that my mother was will li.ive unusual ifpoiiMhilitj"in bound with 11 contrasting color nay

war.Miss Ruth Bourlay has been elected, to fifty per l'pnt..f, the number!, of National dangerously sick I absented myself counKcllinjr students from their I J -" pink with blue. or blue with ,pale yel fi1utt.

ashier of the First National Bank of Guardsmen in the state ;1 has from my company without permission, states how to get the must out of a \ This binding is not always ribbon r

Leesburg, probably being the first 1st and June :IIDth\ 1917.! Florida that being my only hope of returning ttmr-eolored, curriculum; out of theextraotclmary II I often it is of batiste, too. hemstitching -

woman in Florida to hold such a posi already received 500 rifles and under, nt that time as u pass or furlough was facilities for recreation f / i and picot edgings\ are always '
\ .
tion.About the above rule is entitled to 572: more not obtainable just then. I egret to and 'l1ltue \\huh wo shall provide :, in good taste for finishing edges

800 men are now employed at which now seem to be available say that I was the only one in my the studies will range from ./ I 1 and ''''1111I''. Sometimes i geometric designs '
fuller, on the East Coast, constructing/ Employment under the State road I company to he absent without leave j navigation to the willing of photo. I are hemstitched) into the chemise

imildmgs and arranging thctrounls/ department of :'JliO!1; enemy alien prisoners and 1 I am filled with sorrow to think (plays, from agriculture to business, ,j' :I I I or nightie, taking the place of lace insertion I
air school to be established to work on the public roads liewcen A curriculum ill t these times
tor the new that I have this! black mark upon my Enjrhsh : I II Quite often one sis casings
there. Arcadia and, Camp Cailstrom service record. Still, I can say with I must embrace\ fields as widely clifivorc- t

The city marshal of Titusville /gives 'nod Camp Dorr, aviation fields near gladness. that this is the first violation oil I an 'Kmrlifh: I'lionctics' und thd'Development

'notice that he will enforce. the curfew I'.that city i iv probable F'd..rnllluhtori- of even the least law or rule on of :Modern .Ji tat ii.' ( ,
'.tit that requires children under the ties have offered to lease the interned my part. Neatly' everything in I science, ped.iirotty I :

age of 18 years to \be off the streets II enemy aliens at $1 IMO per (clay I delight in serving my country, asa or the classics must hI'l repiexenteil' '.y 1'; : '

after 9:30: p. nv (, supplying! troops to guard them. Efforts soldier, and I take special delightin ,. For these reasons, (the State Officer : ,.I '

Contract has been awarded for the arc. being made to push road construction obeying orders and rules furthermore i,can n.niler valuable cou"sel. They ,.-!:.t". f ; 4y

onstruction of a concrete bridge at to the aviation camps! along I beg and plead with all of our i also i'.,in advise newcomers how bestto ',1V. .. .
Lake Worth. The now bridge will as rapidly as material can be secured. boys to actually engage themselves in reali/e the educational stimuli of a t\

inve a roller lift span of 150 feet and, West Palm Beach along with a the s.'rviee. when called, und be I (treat metropolis while at I the sumo \V. (

will cost $63,7110.Between number, of other. Florida cities, has established ient to all the rules and laws. ohe.I-1 I time arranging their schedules so as I

1,500 to 2,001) bungalows a curb market in that city never been absent or missed in any I I I to nil lurle the unusual recreationalwo I

will be erected, at Jacksonville: to for the benefit of the consumers. It exercise or drijl' und with the f"atuI' shall pros hit. when the Hainty Designs far the CornelOner JIh r
house the employes of the shipbuildingplants i is believed! that those markets will exception of the offense! abovementioned I|I session begins July 8" and! Petticoat )

in that city. They will have prove n boon in the way of protectingthe which is absence without leave -- est 'Il'USfor elaborate wardrobes. i \

''torn four to six rooms.A I local consumer against the profiteer later termed .Ie"ertion-bl'caue of CALOMEL: DYNAMITESA Kvemng: ( gowns are out of tune with

forty-five pound watermelon sold in fruits, and vegetable's. The my delay in returning I never broke 'I the. times, and the dress that I'UIbl1''
in Fellsmere for $21 for the Rod Cross. grower will bring, his products into a law or rule. SLUGGISH LIVER wurn as well in the afternoon" as in the '

But that is nothing to hl'lIgabout.. A the city and, sell them from his wagon We have splendid conveniences and I evening is the one usually lumen by W
Nebraska farmer donated his whisk or ('urthile standing,' the street.In !. more than n plenty to l'Ilt. with eight : \
Crashes Into Sour Bile, making (be, biide<' of a soldier. or sailor.& Then 1ru
era to the Red Cross and, they sold for this way the housewife secures her hours daily exercise and dull., The I lto. the piles of fragrant household l I \
?,?00. vegetables fresh from the fields und physical culture and exorcise is worth I You Sick and You Losea linens are not required at piesent. The ,I' )
tat u less price. than if .she had to pay all the time und sacrifice to any young i :: i
Soldiers at Camp Johonston are Day's Work. little biide, will have plenty of time to
I kite dealer's profit. m/ln. making; no mention whatever of I
of .
districts L.
to enter the negro them afterward.When ,
laeksonvillcnnd, forbidden, to talk, to I C. A. Lament and, J. S. Butterfieldwere the courtesy which ii all the time I I sllli-: ::; one conies to I think of it, all 'I I",. .,, ..!l1
called Annstasia Island Sun- practiced. f'alomol It's
walk with or associate with negroes mercury. thu haste has ono real value. In .I'y: "
"ithei men 01 women It ill claimed duyafternoontosalvage u car that had Fathers and mothers, your boys are ', Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish olden days' "before the. war" the bride. : 1L1bt ': : ,
'Vi .oldiers annoyed the ncgioes. been overtaken on the beach by the sacrificing their joys their lives und I ( liver. When calomel cornea into her family and, all her friends, worked,
tide The car conveyed party of wealth! What are you sacrificing? with bile crashed ; rfI. it. i
1"hlVest Palm Beach Chamber of a I I contact sour it Intoit I themselves( into a state bordering on ,I I s
to the beach and' they left Don't forget' though, if can't talk ,
'.ommerce is working for the location strangers/ you causing cramping and nausea. hysteria, "getting ready. There was ''
/ it onthes'indwhile: they went into the I to them face to face you can write I II
end the und sewing ,
of a peanut oil mill for that section. In if you furl bilious headachy constipated no to embroidery"
'new of the prospects of such a mill woods to enjoy a picnic lunch. When them inspiring letters, till them with ,I ( and nil knocked out, just KO the 'putties and showers," and everyone The I'rincenK ;lip| Aidtin-
they returned to the beach they discovered I I religion so far us you are able and concerned !breathed sigh of relief
> 'ing located there the farmers ore I I II to your druggist and get a 00 cent a Straight Silhouettemode .
of the with the I plead with Cad! to do the rest. Your
the top car, whenit
> anting puite a large acreage" to this I 1 mobile- of \Dodiion's Liver Tone, which knowing1/\ unknowingly of I the Hiirne crept', do Chino OFJeorifclte
it. boys lire having to leave daily
around Fortunatelythe
waves lapping I I you nil This not
i, nrlu't.Pl'ohaMy. i is a harmless', vegetable substitute for was over. i is so nowadays ( at I the top of cumlHolex -
I crepe
hard sand and will be and are no doubt giving them
car was on you , when everything necessity
within a period of less recovered at low tide. The rescuerssecured your bust advice when they leave I dangerous calomel Take a spoonful must I be, simple,' nnd 1 without\ fuss. to run the( ribbon through.TuckH 1 .
l t ,
and! if it doesn't start liver and 1
ban two months the remaining mile the cushions, but thl'Y'pre I you full of the love of Go,1.011 will your The :Sensible Ihing too are just' Its great favorite

of the Dixie Highway in IJuval coun- unable to tow the car, out yesterday. surely he peased and will have no straighten you up better and quicker At one time it was considered, stodgy on I lingerie, an on more formal rlothoB.lIciulM .
than calomel and muk-
line I nasty and embroidery, too, are much
between the Johns
ty, St. county cause to fear. So it is duty to
The inhabitants of this city and of: your and 1 frumpish to "do the sensible!
ind. the end of the I shell! road nine I your boys to instruct them for the I fug) you sick, you just go back and get takenoat ill demand
Fernandina were all excitement Friday thing. All the glamour was
niles south of South Jacksonville, will your money.If 'IIn of lanes
advice of u father or mother has a ;, sensibleIIOUSSPIIU I'oiindatiiin Mniinlit
morning I as the result of the sighting of life, and' as to having a
have been paved. I I of what were believed to have been enemy : lasting. impression.' Now do your J you taKe calomel today you'll bo that was beyond the ken of Since (Pashas' ,demands (that ono be

'Donald l McKenzic, an aged, man was submarines off the coast of Fer- ,I pat t. ''. sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides womankind Now that, too is chang111 tall and, slender, one mint lake evrrymeaiiM
nought to Pensucoln from Tallahasseeby I nandina. Numbers of people saw an Boys: it has been a long time since j! It may salivate you, while if you takeDodson'a "The sensible thing," is the only in nllt"'" power to attain this

U. S. Deputy Marshal Stricklandand i I object moving/ through the water leaving we have been permitted the oppor-I'; Liver Tone you will wako up thing to have. And besides this plainer desired, Htiite. One I of the best found.i-,

locked in jail. McKenzie was indicted I I a white line behind it and lookingfor I tunity of serving our country feeling great; full! of ambition and more substantial things leave more" lions for the Minn' little dress. of soft .,
by the federal grand jury at :Mobile '' all the world like a periscope almost I We have been living in peace twenty-1 ready for work or play. It's harmless in one's purse for the Belgians Liberty material is the ,princess slip, without

on the charge of violating the postal submereged. Before day this I two years and far more, enjoying; the! pleasant and safe to give to children; i and other patriotic neccHHitlesHowever any iinnece...m>iy fiillnc-HH. The one>
laws and was arrested at Tullahusee '' morning strange looking craft was blessings of life feasting dully' etc. I I they like it ((13-1',4)) the sensible thing does not illustrated here has a deep ruffle of J

' observed on the horizon. Patrol boats Now don't you feel good at this ? We ---- ---- have to be plain or ugly. Far from it. I.n" with narrow around I I the neck.
have be of. _
A accident hunt the a country proud '
very unfortunate occur- hurried out to pil'att'Thp!
ed at Blitchton last week when Lieut. !presence;, of U-bonts in these watersis Fellow soldiers and all, I feel as if I J
Martin was renderodtotallyblindby a not considered improbable here. we have failed to do our part towards '.I June :'trd. I 1IH!) the Hoard, A. ''''. Muldleton pauper was ordered Tampa Tribune. says that the action

premature explosion of dynamite. Mr. Mr. B. Goldman of Ocala has at his God! if we have failed to he thankful I was called, to order by S. T. Dowlinjr ,\ ) rained( from $1 I to $lf per month I of the Methodist in cutting out the

Martin lost one of his eyes some pawnshop: a pistol that would be uttnsuretoanycollectorof for the many things God has given u"l ill:urman, at 10 o'clock a. m., with allnvmbers until further orders of the Hoard.Itoaid words, "Holy CiitholirChurrh" remindsit \
i mths ago in handling explosives and I oldfashioned and have failed to use the blessings present to-wit: .J..1. I'lack- ( adjourned until the lirt 1 of the little preai( -her who thankixlliml 1

th recurrence has rendered him totaly ] weapons.!' It is a /.le-londmg re- of life and pence as we should!, to the elder, It. J. Andrews. J. L. Underhill :Monday in July, l'.U8.! ; lie was "not a 11. I H." because h<.
I' and 1C. H.1.1Y.
( blind. i volver, evidently at least seventy years honor and, glory of God's holy name. Minutes of 'last read and W. T. ''''EI:KS. "III'vii' -.,rv the time when. God; I was
scale of atTt.'n;::: I has barrels nine of them I 1 know conditions in the army. The {I meeting
The new wages j' old. It ten .pproved.I'ctitlon', Clerk and Auditor. 1'1' \k enough to need 11 doctor.Ex: .
tO.OOl cigar/ makers at Tampa was .revolving around the tenth, which actsas boys seem to take the army ns a I aliened \by J. L. Anderson .,
'ngned Tuesday night ending theur a cylinder rod., The nine revolving hunch of trouble und seem to give over | ,
up i :II'i "I others asking for. a ,pul>'li<' road
. weeks" strike. The men won ,[ barrels are intended to be loaded with their minds to a reprobate state { I 1''lnninlt' on Olu-itoe creek near J, r.
their contention : of size about sixty to the Therefore they are inclined, to do evil. I IHoys i
lust of the points of bullets, ,\n,rson's, running south via M. /
n 'lulling about 10 per cent wage in- pound. The stationary barrel. is about the nrmy is just what you make '. i .urson's' and intersect with the I I.nk"
factories reopened and, intended to be of it, so let us push forward at God'swill ;
Most' of the twenty-bore, is ,
vase | < i If>:\ and iake, Cutler' road near U.l
>i Wednesday' loaded, with shot. The hammer has a with love in our hearts with Williams', n distance of 1 I'' millVter
F'railroad\ ticket oices, were lip hinged on n I spring, which whenpushed friendship fervency and zeal and let I' : being considered, by the Hoard I
I will strike the of the us ever try to please God in all we do
,'d I in Jacksonville last Saturday at down cap upon motion find second petition" wu, I
that this
barrel. The pistol is in good we may win war.
>n and Monday: morning n consoli-i shotgun; fcrred. to Commissioners Ilbickwud
I order and if loaded, would be quite effective Thanking the Telegraph for thl'i ,
.ired, office! was opened by the United ei, and Andrews to investigate i tithe '
';"ates railroad administration.; at close\ range. space used in the printing of this!' letter location of Haul road an .''t' forth.

and for past (courtesies I nm, in! said petition and report at next

KILLED IN ACTION I And yet ,nnd yet, we can't forget" --- !<7 was ordered paid Mrs !Mary F

0\EH THERE" That many brave boys must fall. IB6.I39.21I !SErritKI: : ) FOR RED Brooke. for taking caro of Dock Wood TilE BIG ONE WAS FED
CROS IN RECENT DRIVE.: fir the month of :May and further
Official word from the War Department CALL 2S0.009 MEN: TO I nic-red that she !be paid $15 per AVALON FARMS HOG-TONE
has been received by J. T. Stokesat tOLOKS) lU'KINO JUNE.: orders of the
Norris Washington, June U.-The American -! 10 >nth until further -T*. L4o.kI Hot c...".,...... F.".".. end Wo...
LaCrosse that his aon, Red Cross second war mercy fund If/.,,,rd.

Stokes, died l from wounds received in Washington June \2:!.-Official announcement totals li,10.-.H.;( :! :! with indicationsthat | The pauper roll was taken up by -THE RUNT WASN'TTHEY

u, non on :May ISth. Young Stokeswas nth has been made that :2X0-.! when all reports from the drivel| the Board and the following names both started life at the !sumo time and weight. They were
Co., :!
a member of the Supply 000 men will lx called to the colors of a week ago are tabulated a $70- wre, ordered stricken from said roll: the same feed under the same conditions with one exception. 4
s. Infantry. He left New York during June. They will be ordered l to ODO.OOO over ubscription of the $100-1 :Mary Ward Krvm: Hiifginbotham, nil bill one out his rcKVilnr "f AVAIXIN FARMS IKXfTUNC
'me 12th last year and went over report June 24hutit has not yet been 000,000/ goal will I lIP shown I Martha' Gatlm. Florence Holton. J, t'. the liquid Hog Tonic. Gondilluntr unit t mtcner-*nd the runt didn't. ,q

w'th the very first expeditionary determined to what camps they can In announcing: the figures tonight H'.x. Leonard Altman Ella Folken, The hltfnn* .U the kind that tnpii mtrkt mlnnt the worm that arc the hoN rule

"rees under General I'eri"hinltie be assigned, so the list of apportion Henry P. Davidson chairman of the '"ncy Dyull) W W Coleman J. G. of the* and hi u brifiK......r.bill The pr./il.runt to cn(the.t nwirulorftiM pot tots ar'aKreatcat pregnant .....foe.-heli tn pmnta.>iifi.> prfxluiM Splendid hvalthwr. fur-
was! without doubt the first Alachua ments Is for the present being with Red Cross war council, said the returns i Williams, Alec liryant, Clara Spark- i thun ba will ever bring In the mar turrlbr pltffl: (*ome in the store--
French soil andano ket. And the differme WM lirciiiKhthotit tell!lift the number r>f your hrnlnml.
unty boy to land on Addie Sib ox, :Martin :McDonald[
show that than 47,000,000 .
more by :2O rents worth "f AVALON will IIIv. you ennuuhj HOOfONb.treat iii
without doubt has the distinction held.The (hildren. FARMS HfK. tis:1NY. as!! day You lon tojv
the for Amt'rlcans-J1early half the total N>wman -IONE. your huts 60 a. < :
is based
md honor of being the first one of'the quota on sport pop- reduce from $:. pull new life Into hi t.--m.ktt them ntmo1 to a penny now. Ir the imultji nf
Banner l Ily&1 was
men in camps and cantonments. If I ulation of the country-contributed. mil crow fat at an amulntf rate. the HOG-TONE treatment fail totalltf *-
brave hoys from this country to the rate of shipment of troops acrossis Those giving to the first l fund last to .$2.I O per month. U ta.Jp a them to combat dura and all- ,..... It will coat you nothing.
olace his life on the altar of his coun- V.1.: Rivers was appointed manaifer -
raised!' still more the quotas may b > year numbered only about 5,000,000.Not FOR SALE BY
tryThe increased. The number called for only did every Red Cross division to rf-prenent Bradford county at
deepest sympathy of the friends special service probably will round the ,I in the country oversubscribe! but the State Fair to be held) at Jacksonville

and neighbors in and about LaCrosse number out to 400,000. one, the Gulf, turned in more than November next. Starke Hardware Company
Ho: out to Mr. Stokes and family In are now under arms j! three times the amount of its quota $2: O was ordered refunded to Wall

this sad hour and a heart-throb of 137,000 negroes those called out recently while five others, the Southern Atlanta Bros on taxes for 1I17.!

sympathy will go out from everyone not including have qualified and have :Moutain Northwestern and the ,V. W. Haisden was authorised to i Strrke Florida
1,000 negroes
: four cot for the county
who reads these line. commissioned captains and lieutenants Southwestern more than doubled. their purchase iron
"Brave boys are they gone at theircoutry'a since war began. allotments. The insular and foreign jail. I _
call I

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- .-. . .- .-- 'wake up' cry if this were a war of 1 Thursday evening a crowd of young With. corn above; CO Us hog ,,at,
Published-- Weekly and- entered aa second J volunteers and if the people hud many Once more the !grim reaper of death folks enjoyed a picnic at Lake Kings- their heads off very quickly 1)) ,. j h"JC"

k serious, man, get serious," when he manner lagged behind in the meetingof has cast his sickle in our midst and 'that takes two or three month
'v class matter at the Dost-otlIce at inactive friend to the duties thorn. As ley.Lunch nine 'get on full feed
wished l to stir some placed upon I claimed a most worthy and noble was spread about never bring .%"u,
"' Stark Horida. activity This is a time for congressmen it is, the country has given the needed ,I young man, at the age of :37 years, o'clock, after which everyone enjoyed profit "

--- .-- .. to "get serious In the great men as they have been called for, .in the prime of life. lie was stricken a swim. i i When you are ready to put\ Uu

E. S. MAnilKWS. KdiJorand Owner war program the people are not failing has splendidly supported every loan, I with a malady that baffled the skill I Those enjoying the little outing shoats on feed, begin with the H' A

J. C. IU'UIXSOASioociate:; Editor lit any point. They are doing has contributed full measure and run- I of his physiciuns at his home in Clay were: Mrs A. V. Long, chaperon; Thomas' Hog Medicine. Use iigulir:

what they are asked to do, and more. ning over to the support of the Red I county where he had just proved up Misses Clara Moitt, Myra Barr, Ella- ly and watch your shoats round out
Their congressmen must be alert to Cross and all other organizations that I his: homestead Mae Long, Neva Turner, Josie Hoffman into fat hogs in nine months ')hogs,

f"9 meet the responsibilities resting upon are doing: incidental war work. The He was brought to the home of his Kathleen and Aileen Alvarez, going well over 200 pounds un 1 'IS,

k 1LIEf __ ] them. country has done everything asked of !father, lion I. W. I'inholster, at Pine Lucile Tatum, and Anna. Canova; and high as 240 pounds. Figure tin, ax
f sure .aro. l rci lwio! IJ awl CONOM-r'l-* needed it can be had for Mr Hoover's Hill, in Bradford county, and his condition Messrs. Allen Canova, Harold 1 Hall, erage feeding and you will sc,,, why,"
I: > ST.'fEFJo'JltS. asking, und if the situation calls for I becoming so serious Dr. W. E. John Powell, Pitt Tomlinson, Will the B. A. Thomas medicine is u Jrood\

1 rationing the country will respond hospi-tal Epperson and Drayton Colley.. |I investment. Try feeding out your
Peter O. Knight, Tampa attorney, without grumbling tothat also. It does in Jacksonville, where he was operated .hogs on this plan and if you are not
returned a few days ago from Philadelphia not seem to be up the country to do I for acute inflamation of the LOST I I more than pleased, we will refund

2345678 where he is counsel for thelargest anything more than it is trying to do I gall. All was done that medical I II the cost of the medicine. J. w White

shipbuilding plant in the to meet the situation. The peopleare I'science could do but to no avail, death I On last Saturday afternoon, June' & Son.-Adv.
9 10 rn 12+13. 14116tllI world-the Hog Island Corporation.In advised to buy their winter's sup claimed its victim the following day, 8, between home of L. A. Davis and I

an interview in the Tampa Trib- 'I ply of coal now and are endeavoringto Tuesday, June 6th. His aged father, the depot-perhaps around the Methodist ,I

19 2.Q 21J.2 une, he says, among other things, that do It-with little success, it is true and his sister, Mrs. R. J. Oliver and |I church-a gold locket and I II PUNK LIVER nows PILLS YOUR do contain LIVRR Calomel? ,

the State of Florida has the highest -but that is not the fault of would- sister-in-law, Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, i I'chain was lost by Ruby Davis. Locket the only real Uf.rClo,(but not the which;11

2 24252627j829 'tax levy of any state in the South, be purchasers."The I of Brooker, and Miss Pearl Chalker, was engraved R. D. Finder please griping Calomelyou'vedreaded all your tickanini t I..'. I.,(

r rar i and calls attention of Floridians genTally peoplethrough their congress! of Green Cove Springs, a handsome 'i return to owner and receive reward. au scientifically; combined with other tl I. ?'h'n-?

'.., that__economy must_be practiced have placed in the hands of the President anti popular young lady to whom he drug that it will not sicken, gripe or intrrl, r with
in state affairs" as wen as by individuals. I the control of railways and all ;;was soon to be married, were with I STOMACH TROt'BLESAND : your work. Known and andorvefl by sound.,
SLMKUKS He said that up north economy i other agencies of transportation; they him when the end came. I II I II :- CONSTIPATION. 250 AT DRUG AND GENERAL STORES
'Ifll I watchword of thinking have given the President I I I Made by the ntaken of Plonk' Chill'To" .
ill the every to unlimited The remains were carried to the : :
When glory omen to write the page p'rson-not penuriousness-but the power to do what he will with the executive -I I undertaking, parlors of :Marcus Con- will cheerfully say that Chamber-

Of history, now being made sort of economy that does away with branches of the government. ant, embalmed and prepared for burial -'1 1"I Tablets are the most satisfactory .
ifiM The> brave .shall live from age to age! I wnsto and extravagance and luxury. What has the country not done? und shipped to Worthington remedy for stomach troubles anti COFFINS CASKETS

Only the slackers names shall fa
twelve or fifteen years the.legislature 'of past delays at Washington. Someof his father. Friday interment was ty.four years' drug store service, ,
afraid l to lie, -flat deal of writes S. II. :Murphy, druggist Wells- Supplies
And they that were of Florida has added a. these have hurt, but the country is made at :New- River cemetery with
''I t 1 And dearly treasured life's brief expense to the state treasury in the not wasting its time in consideration :Masonic honors, of which the deceased burg, N. Y Obtainable anvvvhero Ad. Automobile Hearse.

I tl breath, ,way of new offices This should be of failures of the past. It is more I was a member in high standing! of Always on hand The best -or "

f' Unhonored, in their grove shall lie curtailed druing war times It is po- interested in the manner in which theproblems :McCrea Lodge in Clay county. Other vice at the lowest prices Sperm]

.'I. T'orever lost in lasting death. sible that the war will lust three or of the present nnd of the i lodges affiliated with his own CLASSIFIED ittention to telegraph order

.1 ,I __-Detroit____._ _Tree-Press._ four years, and, in that event any irk-unnecessary near future are being met and prepared I being Pm9 Hill, Lake Butler, Graham, I
taxes will become an for. The country welcomes the
and Green Cove Spring EmbalmerI'eWlfncTlONES
Will Yon went yonder.. -' some burden, and the people of Florida evidence that there has been n waking Just one month prior to his deathhe ,I
-- should be relieved of us much / up on Washington's part toward FOR SALE,-Outs in bundle; $150
Dr. Lincoln (I1ul1(>y for President of embraced religion, was baptized
and l taxes as possible, in ship construction and 1 aircraft per hundred weight H. L. Steven :
state con- Mission
i the Plorula senate is not a bad suggestion and received into the Beulah [ ':1
older that they may be more able tn struction, for work in all of those lines I I ary Baptist church at McCrea. The son, Rising Farm, Stillkc C-7-lt. Starke Fla. I
.. Governmen'a war tax is now going ahead satisfactorily. .
----- -- ---- support Jhe funeral services of the church were ---- ='
Will the spirit of economy and patriotism program and to buy Liberty Bonds. Troops are being trained ns thoroughly !I conducted by his pastor, Rev. L. A. LOST.-One pair automobile curtains -- .-
pervade the legislative halls of It is now almost assured! that we will us time permits nnd are being; Donnelly, the large gathering present Finder return to Jos L. Wilson, ; -

; Florida next year, or will they be as be called! on to pay eight billions of moved to Europe faster than at onetime 'I attesting to the young man's popularity Starke 5-31-tf Uhenever You Take Need drove'a General Tonic

r extravagant aa in former years? dollars! in war taxes to the federal was believed possible" 1 as a citizen. He was one of the '
WANTED 007irn-;; hand steady The OJ! Standard Grove's Tasteless
- !government, in addition to buying And on the subject of congress exempting most affable the writer
' This fall the Fourth Liberty Loan twelve billion dollars in bonds dur- public officers from the war knew. younmen woik. Rising Pecan Farm, II. L dull! Tonic i* c'lually"aluabe! 69J
ever Tonic because it
drive will he made., Are you econom9.r ,, ing the appornching year. To do this tax the Herald of May 9th had the The floral offerings were both beau- Stevenson, Staike, Fin 5-17-tf w General'I 11knowntonicproperticsoiNIiand) contains!;t ; :the:

i/ing for it? The war has got to be will necessitate the most rigid economy following to say, which coincides with tiful und profuse He leaves to mourn IlttN.: It acts on the Liver Deer

"carried on" and it I is better to buy i by every American, anti a reduc- views recently expressed by the Telegraph his untimely demise an aged father, LOST.-)Draft book with tax receipt out fit darts Hunches the Llool amt
''I t bonds than to be taxed for it in it. Please return to :Mitchell's
tion in running our state and county : two brothers anti a sister: :Mrs. R. J. Lauds up tae Whole System. 60 cent
--- --- would help the Florida "A quesion that I is being asked by Drug Store. S. H. Warren.
With Untie Sam turning out ships governments Olliver, I.V.. Pinholster, J.V.. L.
considerably in bearing their share of u vast number of citizens is, WIlY -
Pinholster nil of Brooker.
i at rate of 200,000 tons month, ,
a FOR SALC-.)(> acres of land cleared -
the nation's war taxes. should political officeholders throughout .. +ttittttttttttttttt++++
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+; and calling out new selects at the rate fenced within half mile of
and a
offices in the state the be from
There are petty country exempt '
, of () month, we begin to Payment EnESS.\
2KO,0)0 per Reasonable Louis
Lawtey. terms COMPARISONWe
that could l be abolished without injuryto of income tax on the salariesor .1.1II
look to the future with renewed confidence !-
II. Hill Tin 517.4t
and at the same time save fees they receive?
that Germany's days are num- anyone Theressa, June 10.-Rev. J. :Mulla- { comparison. ... +! !
of "The
the tax payers large/ sums money.In subject is discussed in a communication '
of filled I his regular
bered. day, Hampton,
.-- the matter of expenditures by the from 'Fair Play' which appointment at the Christian church LOST.-2-ycar old Jersey bull; small( + to price and quality, of our]

:Mr. S. If Witch, iTov. Catts' private legislature itself, it is to be hoped appears in the column of letters from Sunday.Mr. I for age; milked crop in one ear, J ehoie'e line of
e that member of that members will show :i spirit of Herald readeis. He notes so little split under-bit in the other. Reasonable -
secretary, says every I : and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan\ and GROCERIES i
h' and patriotism by cutting work is involved in of these of.flees reward for information. F. C.1I01linA'swolth |
the new Florida senate is a prohibi- economy many children spent Sunday at Hampton,
tionist, anti that only seven membersof out the promiscuous employment of that the incumbents are engagedin the guests of :Mrs Sullivan's parents, Stul' :+: You need themmuit have!

the house will be opposed to the clerks and taking (expensive "junketing" other occupations."In I :Mr and :Mrs David Jones. :*: them. :
these FOR SALH-10 acre farm 1 1-2 mil< s
f amendment proposing national prohi trips. times of general self.dnllll ('- ;Miss FMelle Woodward spent the J After comparing our goods .and '
fruit inspectors law, and stress it dors not fair south of Starke, 9 acres fenced;
> The
bition. J ('l'hup!! Mr hitch is a little green seem I week-end at Starke with relatives. prices with others, \, hl'nOU !+!
too but there is little douht maintained at an expense of $2500; ( per that the law as enacted by Congress new house and outbuildings; fnimmachmeiy :
optimistic little
t( I :Mr. and :Mrs. Sullivan and
I why have ft-ir ]:
nnd natural drain.age we no
that the Florida legislature will ratify year, could! be abolished without inJury should exempt its own members and daughter, Emma Joe, were in Hnmp- crop; -
the national prohibition iimendrmnt to the state. It is said to be a all the holders' of political offices: I'ton Sunday, guests of Mr. and :Mrs nnd canal E E. Stacey' Staik, r''| MIKE'S FRUIT STCflE i

.---- farce, nny way. The hotel commission throughout the country from bearing I'''J P. Summntrs. -11-tf.. I i
I Hon. R. A. Greene, nominee for the could be abolished!, saving the hotel their share of the general burden. |I K. It. and Samuel Woodard were ----- ----- ---- :"

legislature from this county will be and, restaurant proprietors nn unjust "A retroactive amendment of the visitors to Staike Saturday. AIM YOU IIUIII\! : ;(; -. -.-. -

a candidate for the ".pi nkcrship of the I und unnecessary tax and the provision existing law and provision in the new ;Mrs Everett Clark and little daughter nun SPKCHL c'cHLI

house of representatives] and is already )' of the law could! be handled by revenue measure for taxation of such I Thelma, and :Miss Doll Teston, From"oV

getting his (campaign I for the sheriffs and their deputies, or the salaries would receive strong popular of near Starke were guests Friday of E II THEilE"

position under ht'ollwuy.Ir.: Greene state 'board, of health It is an t'xpen-I endorsement" I :Mi.. and, 1lrRVihnont Brown. Ahiehre Iteing Published

has been uniformly successful in his sive commission and! not at all essential The herald falls into error whenit :Mr. Joe; Phillips, was in Hampton I "o\'lm IILRI'; I

I political undertakings and those who in these times. states that the salaries of congressmen /on Iusmes.Ion.lay.: : In 'I'heDMl.i

are famliur with his career are pie- The state road department could are exempt from the war tax lIr8.1.: K. Smith' and children, of I "\M I l\I .\\

y dieting that he will win out in the contest well !be abolished! for the duration of All Federal office holders, except tho Lakeside, have moved to Jackson:ill'.

for the speakership As chief I the war as the Federal Governmentwill president and supreme court justices, where they will make their f ituie" NEVYORKHERALPCOII'I.I'f\ ? 4tD
clerk of the house Mr. Greene has not permit the sale of only the are required to pay the tax. State, home.

1 parliamentary I most necessary road bonds! High and! county and municipal officers are ex- I Miv: ._ If.- -S.. _Rnnhurlcins n.____.". nn. in.-- Hampton I I'I ,
rural school inspectors could, be nbolihod empt. '
I Monday morning on business BOWEL : ; :- IN-I INDIA
h quaintance with leading: men of the for the duration of the war, I The farmers of this section were In a lecture at one of the, le-- I

5 state. He will undoubtedly prove a without injury to the schools. TO THE \01 Kits: glad to see the light showers which Moines, Iowa, churches a mi ",ionai
strong candidate for the coveted The !state! railroad commission will fell here recently. from India told) of going into tin lal. ': .1 .

honor. The only other avowed candidate have but little power or duties to perform I wish to thank my friends of district I Dr. I'ortner, of near :Melrose, was I tenor of India, ahem he wa- taki.n j i

at this time I is lion. Amos during the war, now that the number four, Bradford County, in our burg Friday sick, that he had a bottli of Chamber ,, !os

I Lewis, of Jackson. county.. roads are operated by Uncle Sam, and Florida, for the loyal support given me ;Mrs G. :M. Bennett and daughter, lain's Colic, Cholera! nnd Uinrrhoo-i

-- -- this commission might dispense with at the polls on June 4th, 1918H. ;Miss Ruby, were shoppers in Starke ,( Remedy with him and believed, that i
(HOSI; : 'i'HIKONG: ) ISSUE their $5,050; per year attorney and n. :MAY :Monday lit saved his life. This remedy is used j'

'I permit the attorney general of the I Arthur Bennett WItS in Starke n I'successfully in India both us n f.
Hon. Chas. Innvis was unfotu- state to look after what little legaladvice preventive j j
a .
; Through the columns or your paper few days last week on business I and cure for cholera. may
nate in the selection of un issue uponwhlth they may need!, as well ns any would like to thank the voters of commissioners' | :Mr MtKwen and daughter, :Miss know from this that it can be depended

to pitch his (campaign for con- :I other employees except one clerk. The district numbes three whosupported | !Maude, of Lakeside, were in our burg I, upon for the milder forms of bowel II Broken Sam.Lrxsea Duplicated'. : vWe5ptciabre
Raci vcd
gross Ho I11l1.JeIr.! Clark's vote state tax; commission should be retained Day as <
me in the primary last Monday afternoon. I complaint that occur in thi country on Hail, Orders-W Pay Posti.
against the draft bill the leading feature and encouraged with stronger Tuesday I feel grateful to them for | Mrs L. L. Youngblood is visiting Obtainable anywhere.- Adv v 140 w I'Oll.8YTIt.T

y of his campaign. In the fourth laws, that it may bring relief in the their help. c. J. KNIGT:' I her; husband!, Mr. L _L. Youngblood' I j
> of taxation.
district Mr.
Farris relied on the same inequalities
I who is employee! in the shipyards at I
thing to defeat Mr. Sears The result There are douhtless numerous clerkships I wish to Jacksonville - - - - -
t chows that" they might as well in the capitol that could be Bradford express people of I Mr. und :Mrs Wilmot Brown spent - -
county my sincere appreciation
have gone into a powder magazine abolished without injury to the state's for the handsome Saturday night and Sunday in Hampton I
a' and 1 dropped a red hot coal. The fact I business. The turpentine inspectors for representative vote given me with relatives Carload of Wagons ReceivedJust
is the people accept the draft law might as well go. Turpentine U not
I feel! that a high compliment is paidme :Misses Florence Hall and Daisy
as a military necessity, they believeit I' moving, anyway. by the people! by placing :Moore were visitors to Hampton Saturday received -I
the fairest way to raise the great If some bright member wishes to hands the destinies of future in my afternoon. a solid carload of the
that need and all that sort gain fame and the gratitude of the legislation
army we the Mrs Ashley and children returned ted
mutitudmous Hackney
upon interestsof I Single and Double
d of .thing, but no power on earth can people let him introduce a resolution
I I !society, and I will hold' the confidence !- I ito their home in Worth. Ga., one daylast "
make them enthusiastic uhout it. In appointing/ a committee of investigation
and merit further good will of after visiting several days
!- a this county :Mr Clark's majority on economy and let this committee my friend by devoting myself to the ('her with her dlughterIrs.: Porter
against Mr. Ililtmrit a few years ago go into the work of seeking out gr'att'stroo" of the .Gufford.

,} was -Ifil. llii! majority against :Mr. (every office and clerkship that may be of my fellow comrades greatest in life number The wedding bells are ringing loudin
Davis was 15, a \loss of IK(! votes. abolished without Injury to the state, this
A. S. CREWS community..
There was less than 100 votes difference anti present their report for the legislature :Messrs Ben Hall, Kilmer Woodard

in the total vote cart at the two to act upon. If such n com- and .John Hall were visitors to Hamp I
elections. It is apparent, therefore, mittee made a good sound! report and I want to thank the people of school ton Saturday afternoon.
lr that the the legislature failed to act it, district number for the
practically same people voted upon one vote given :\1",81' .
J J. Collins and :M, J. Lee I
rt at the two ell'dlons.Ir: Clark those members failing to vote for me at the primary election June of Lakeside, visitors
were pleasant to
three the the abolishment of and Hh, for I sure I
poke at places in county unnecessary nppcrcinte it, though our burg Sunday afternoon.
and attacked Mr. Davis legislative I expensive offices, commissions and I was defeated. I fell that I have done ;\Iil"Iaude: and Dora :McEwen '
record! :\1 r. Davis followed him at the clerkship\ would he branded as unpatriotic my duty and so far as I know without I of Lakeside ,
were pleasant visitors to
t same places' and defended his record I The people of Florida will not leaving a spot against my official record Hampton Saturday. Ruth, their lit- j
:Mr. Davis carried all three places stand! for the creation of any more during my term of service. I have tle
sister, returned home with them I
The friends of Mr. Davis in this county offices or the extravagance(! of the heard n number of others say they after ,
spending few days
put forward the (exemption of public 1 It uisliittire i as in times before the war have never heard any kick, which is with her sister/ ,a:Mrs. L. 1).in Ross.Hampton
officers from war tax\ on their salaries some consolation.
The Plow Boy
and the failure of the air plane 'I' l'ltJoI'\JUTI\S: Very respectfully Goodhve
maw, goodbye ,
program as xutTicient reasons for J. C. :McR.\n, pnv.Goo.lh'e
r mule with )Ocr old hee-haw,
sending some new men to It that the Telegraph is -
r congress/ appears I I may not know what the war's about,
While, they did not carry the county not the only paper in the country to I wish to thank the voters of Lake But you bet, by gosh I'll !soon find
for their favorite they certainly wonn I entertain the opinion that there is Cutler Worthington voting precincts out.

signal victory in cutting down II'' room for an awakening at Washing for the loyal vote .given me on My sweetheart don't j
Clark majority, of .JUl; to a Chirk majority ton. The :New' York Herald, one of ( last Tuesday and most especially the I'll bring a king you fir fear. I Those who have used this make of wagons know

of 15 votes.Political the leading, newspaper, of the United ones' who worked so faithfully for I'll you a !souvenir; j that they the
my are
p i i get you n Turk and a Kaiser, too strongest most durable
postmortems are of little States!': 1 published the following,: edit01 election on that clay, and I want to An' that 'a about till I wagons
't value, howe.r.Ir.; Clark won n HI on May ">th assure all that I will ever strive to I (10. one fellow nun j placed on the market by any wagon manufacturer.

signal victory and goes buck to congress "The Herald feels no compulsion to make you all satisfied with whit I do. \ I They will give satisfaction
for two years more. These two Join! in the expressun.d hope that the With 'bi'
years lire likely to the most momentous I 1 I destructive ,visit of G German ubiYS4I C. ,1. KOBF.IJTS I I the high cost of material these the {
Power are
or Fir.t
In the hi ton:, nO the notion Lit i n 'O'K off our coast will 'w ike up the Imprenlons. best wagons ,
I In made for
of the
snits ,
J us hope that ho will bi" rime, more l country," for the rim sun that it fails I ele"n'. ti exprrsymy high appie-j I often been .. ? ;. cr thor tte hn: i ( price /
sorlous minded and not n>rain deal in to substance to tin .1'1.' t .1 our .lir }" 1 III
see Miggcution elation
any IIn.1| heartfelt thanks
t.> my i frll'n! Chlnr'01.1' ; I CALL AND '
I galls It !
1 Ouch comedies as his resolution to that th country needs a waking up. tiend. 'tad' the many voters who so I."t.-;...,' u "'". I THIS LINE.
have the government taV-, over the Thm Is no lack of understanding on earnestly! supported me in the prfmnry | : 'arv) $ St
F pY telephone and street car systems of the part of the people of the gravity I of June 5th. Being defeated I Drive:. Out Malaria, UuIUs! t:J7.: :-'JemTlieCU -; I e11. ANDUKWS: & SOX
Washington City, while .1 plun.le"huncl of the situation is
war nor there such respectfully' submit to the
majority !
Staj'lnrrt.ner l .
:x or n band of incompetents wreaks Ink at Washington. However if "nid consider; your commissioner us : Gto"IG ,'H 'IA.;1'!,l. ,3 <1.11"olr'n.l"1l I < ".. -:.h..t.i.1."t! .r STARKE, FLORIDA.
pit imp'"tllnt a war measure as the tin. ". i. ,all for an awuk'nin"y! I mIll a''! J. J. :\IOIG4 ,\N':- S'.".' ", i."it 'I'-.t"i" '" | .' i' . . <. <- ti
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1 I friends! who congratulate him over I ferns tier only ornnment wns n ll

iL : Marriage ot Miss Peek and Lieut. : winning BO fair a bride. eameo pin, the gift of her mother. ("
Immediately after the .('r'mony11': I They wore preceded by two little
Bits of LocalInformation il i and\ Mrs. Mill left for Jacksonville, flower girls Misses :Marguerite Golf
: Perryman event of last Saturday. where they will make their future I und! t.ucilo Smith the latter a cousinof
homo. the bride, currying pink and green
.-- baskets filled with oleanders nail pink '
I'A beautiful event of last week was dare.!: the cereino'v: '11'<. Junes' TAM.OK.CALHOIT.NCottonwood roses. The bride was joined l by the
the marriage of Miss Lois Peek softly I "rendered "Berceuse" by Jocelyn, groom, who was attended by, ;\11'. J. +
'i.eeNMrelf OATnyea laughter!: of !Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Peck following! with Mendelssohn's\ ; wedding I Ala, June 7.-On tho II. 1'lIrs. of CIII11I helltoJl. Lfttlu
M .... C... .s4 T...... and Lieut. Emmett Key Perrynmn Haiti h. As the bridal party left evening of Juno .|th ut 8 o'clock the Catherine Wood. Tinkston cnrrifd tho

\\ h.'h'U!! solemnized at [5 o'clock on the ,church the popular young couple marriage of :Miss Clara Clulhoiin, of ring in the heart of a pink rose. ,

.. Saturday' afternoon in the :Methodist were surrounded by their many I Cottotulnlo, Ala., and Mr. Lee Taylor: Immediately after the ceremony,
. Episcopal, ; church I| friends und showered with congratulations : of Campbellton. )Fin., took place in Mr. and :Mrs. Taylor loft for Jacksonville

II S. Warren, of Clayno, spent Sunday I Twenty boxes of the finest oranges Rev. T. L. Z. Barr pastor of the and good wishes. the :Methodist church tho Rev J.V.. St. Augustine and to visit. relatives t

in Starke. ever brought to Starke from the East .church performed the ceremony The bride was lovely) in n travelingsuit White, of Cnmpbellton, performingthe in other points in Florida.

Coast for sale at 20, 25, 30 and 33: which was witnessed by relatives and ".f'' mau\o poire ttv II, with, pink ceremony.The I The bride's going-nway costume win
P E. Canova and son were visitorst cents per dozen. Mike's Fruit Store. scores of friends of the popular young georgette blouse, hat of mauve end pretty little I'hurd'n8 a battleship grey coat suit with hut 1 ,
Jacksonville Monday ,couple. The church was beautifully i lue'raw. bearing :i ci'i'sac'' bouquet ively decorated with a profusion of and gloves: to match. The out-of-town d wdf
Mrs. M. II. Chanccy and daughter, decorated with ferns and palms in of I bride's> roses I ol"lInI.ConfIN'lIte jessamines guests were:
C Livingston was a business] vis- Miss Lena, of Gainesville, are guestsof profusion. An arch: formed of Shasta The maid 1 of honor wore a frock of anti. ferns carrying out the color Mr.( Joe Calhoun, of Mobile, Ala., a I
itor to Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. L. II. Brownlee at their sum- daisies and ferns had I been erectedin l white organdie and lace, wide rimmed I scheme of pink and green.Mis brother of the bride; :Mm. C. II.
mer home on Lake Kingsley. front of the pulpit and the couple I hat of crepe nnd flowers and curried > : Ulanche Wood! presided at the Walsh of 1Iohlll'11': ''. B. L. Bonn of
Ed. Burnsed of Jacksonville orglln. 1'revious to the U"onIn. Miss Nona Gissendnncr
spent stood beneath this arch facing a "lIrnl\liln The matron of honor wore t ceremony ? ,
; in Starke with relatives. Miss V'era Mao Chalkrr of I'ilwkur.In.! ., anti Mr. mind Mrs.J. l .
Sunday Judge Wills went to Sturke Saturday handsome U. S. flag, during the cere pink chiffon cloth) with hat to match sank verysweetly
to spend the week-end in that mony.Mrs.: 'til the sand of the desert II. Fears and! Kev. and :Mrs. J.V..
and carried: an arm bouquet of white i
A. E Wall spent several days this pleasant) little city in the land of : D. C. Jones, at the organ, rendered carnations. The dainty !little flower! !grow cold" The bridal party entered I White, nil of Cnmpbellton, Flu.
week in Jacksonville on business. straw terries.-Gainesville Sun. n program: of wedding music girl wore a frock of tulle with yellow to the strains of Mendelssohn's I The night previous to the weddingthe
as the guests!: assembled. Just before ribbon.- and gold flower basket.Lieut ding! March\ Trnunierei being played I bridal party wits entertained ut n
< :hufa Seed at J. W. White & Son's.W. Dr. James Chace the cprl'l11onyIrs.: A. Z. Adkins sang I tlln'inU"/ ceremony. : three course luncheon by Minxes: ;Mary
accompanied by nn,111'8.! : left immediately
l'l.nyman :Miss Edna Calhoun and Corine .
beautifully' I D'llnrdlots "Because anti sister of theebride !! J.Ull'M.I
Miss Hoover\
and :Mrs. Evans, of Jack-
II. Miner, of Jacksonville spent Jacksonville Mrs. J. E. Futch, in a most delightfulvoice after the ceremony for LitI I wall the maid of honor mid was I I I Oil1..nlay: afternoon n miscellaneous
the week-end 1 in
spent the )Rock( Ark. where will be ,
in Starke with homefolks. in- very lovely in n gown of lingerie, shower was tendered the bridtf-
:Sunday' Starke; with :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover. rendered Strickland's "Becauseof carrying f
You." Promptly nt the appointed definitely. I a bouquet of oleanders and to-be.. by M Ir!!. S. o. Smith:: n cousin of
Miss Martha Tison, of Gainesville, hour to the strains of th.' hri< The bride is not only very pretty ferns. The bride was u picture of girlish [: the bride, and she. wns Iho recipient

J' visiting/ Miss Marie Livingston. :Mrs. Angie Stern berg has returned u* 1'(.01 Lohengrin, the I. i.lll'hor-I I but' a charming tend. accomplished! \ I gnico and beauty in her weddinggown of ninny practical and beautiful giftM. 5 1O
from a lengthy visit in Jacksonville i entered the church young! woman who has scores! of lifelong ( : of georgette crepe handsomely I After, the wedding trip :\11'. and
O, R. Edwards of Sumner, spent and home :Miss Susie Darby, maid of honor, friends in Starko trod throughout I embroidered in gold. She carried n Mrs.( Taylor will be at home in Ciimp- :k
th first of the week in Starke and 1 her dauA'htel'Irs.was: accompanied. R. II. Harbour and by 1 1\\1,,, followed by the matron of honor, tho State who will unite in wishing i hi-iiutiful, ) bouquet' of pink roses, and bellton, Fin.
l-nwtcy with relatives children. :Mrs. Fred Sayles, sister of the bridi llt'r" )long. and happy married life. ]

Then came little :Miss Ruby Davis. Lieut ferryman was a law student !

Orville Moitt of Jacksonville spent Economy means making the most niece of ;he groom n.; flows", girl, nt the University) of Florida, leavingto

Sunday in Starke with his parents, of what you have to rpeml. Try the currying a basket!: of rose petals, answer Undo Sam's call to the i '
Mr and Mrs A. E. Moitt. cash system and be convinced Quigley which were strewn in the pathway of colors. Ilo has just received his ci> 22 YEARS IN JACKSONVILLE
-- Lumber and Supply Co. the pretty bride entering with her' and has been assigned, UK in- {
See our windows, for next Saturday father, Mr.. C. L. Peek, who gave her I tractor at Camp Pike, Little Rock.j' FORMAL OPENING
Specials. Starke Hardware Co. :Mrs R. Fernandez) returned on in marriage. They were met under Ark. His many friends! extend him

Friday for a two weeks visit with her the bridal arch by tho bridegroom and congratulations on his two newly '
Misses! Lois and Bessie Terry of his! best man, Mr. L. A. Davis. quired positions. al'-I'|
husband, who is traveling:: over the We take ,this occasion to invite the whole! State to ,
!l.uwtey, spent: Saturday in Starke. }
state of
Pennsylvania, represE'ntinA'Visible
the Spark Plug Co.Mr. ) visit U5.Ve not only hope to have every customer and
Charlie J. Powell has returned to JANE ICON:' :MANNING:" MHH! 1'aulino Anderson has I'l'h rn-I ,
amp Sevier, after a short furlough.P. ed to :her" home nt Archer, after u \ 1 is- prospective customer to all'mllhis Formal Opening: event
: and :Mrs(. A. O. Andreu and :Mr. t
hl'r'Ith her brother and si.'r.h '
; sad! Mrs. Ancil Wninwright spent sev.ernl :Mrs Jane Edna Manning died nt it -. Albert \\'. und. Inez Anderson. but we desire to have everybody. ; for we want you 10 t
I |
L. Gaskins!'! of Jacksonville was days of this week on a pleasuretrip the home of her son, G. R. Manning, . know and! to see how earnest 1 and! how efficient our efforts r,1
here of relatives for the week I - --- ------ -- -
ii guest after brief illness I
end. I I trip down in Mr.\ the Andrcu's East Const car., making the Sunday following morning an uttuck of a acute indigestion lor:Miss, was Geurgie; a guest Kpporson: at tho, IIf home Luke! of Hut-Mr.I, I I| have been to improve our Big Furniture Store to the extent : ,

and l Mrs. \V. .1. Epperson: during this i I of ranking second! to none---in convenience -
Ford top and back curtain for $10. appearance
Miss\ :Mamie Louise Tillis.of, Waldo, Mrs.\ Manning was born April] 4, work. |
M. Leviton Starke. accompanied by her sisters, )Doris and 1830.: ; She was united in marriage toG and completeness of stock! 1 .

])ol'l'ne. are spending the week in W. Manning December 18, 1853: I
left A. Z.dkin" I visited
Ray Colley Saturday for Jacksonville Esq., Tampa !
where he has accepted n po- Starke with :\11'. rand ;Mrs. D. W. Alvarez nine children, four daughters and five anti I'lant City during thl'k! un I We are ready to servo you with much larger

,ition.S. and other relatives.Mr. sons, blessing the union of whom six legal business, returning homo Thursday and better stocks than ever---sail! i it! will be a
survive, viMr.. Geo. Manning: ,
morning.The .
T. Powling, of Raiford, was : and. Mrs. Rufus Hodges are now of Starke; Mr.( James II. Manning, of great pleasure to have you visit our store h.
transacting business in Starke Wed ]living in Washington, 1) C. Mr.; ( Manning Station ; Messrs J. C. and I II. triihtees" of municipal wnl..r-I .
nesday.Mr. Hodges writes that the ladies of our W. Manning, of Starke, !Mrs. John works and power plant have changi'd! I WE ESPECIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND (

national capital are dolnj.a vast Murray, of Lake City und Mrs F. Y. their meeting, night to the isth of I THE OPENING (
Raleigh Brown, of Lawtey amount of I Pied I Cross! work. Williams, of Starke. each month. Where this date fallson ,
pent the weekend in Starke with She was a loving mother and n devoted Sunday they will meet the nightfollowing. I TALKING MACHINE DEPARTMENT {
friends.Mr. Fitrrr J.MS AND CANS. YOU Christian, und her loss!'! is deeply .
I is felt not only by her. relatives but by I
had better buy now, as the supply --- I I AGENTS FOR
and Mrs. Wiley! Williams of short everywhere. Starke Hardware a large circle of friends. At her 1\11'1 W. B. Harvard und children

Worthington were visitors to Starke. Co. death she was R'J:! years, two months r'tllrr\\<',Wednesday 'fl'orn'nhlo, aftor I Grand Rapids Furniture"Columbia" Grafano (
and five days old.
several there with I
spending days
Saturday. las and Double Disc Records "Thenrnatic"Refrigeralors. .
Homer Limlmugh, who has been n The funeral was held at South her I parents, Dr. und !Mrs. A. .Jolly.i ,

live art' closing out line of Ladies! student of the Georgia Tech Atlanta Prong cemetery Monday, Rov. W. M. I They accompanied her home nod, will {
and, Chilclren.s trimmed Hats. Stumps. fur the past term'has returned l homet Dickinson, performing tho last findrites. sit nil several days in .Sturke.
spend the holidays with his PIII'I A large number of friends and .__.____.._ I Ii
I :Mr. Mrs T. N. Limbnugh.Mr. 1'.lIltlv.slllthcl'cd/ to pay their last I CHAD WICK'S (
Mist-; /:,'InlllIanning: spent several etns, und j i Hi-ginning with the July issue the
lay-/ last work i" Jacksonville with ---------- respects to their loved one. 1'1<'11II'illl I IJi'virw will be :'JO! cents' per" i

relatives.. : and :Mrs. A. G. liaison returned I'IRIiiItl.S !Ic"pt l mi news stands $2:! per year tnsiil.rriber.s. flir Store Cumenirnt for the SI a,"'Ia'r' t
Tuesday morning. to their hon1lit CA.MP/ ; : ; ACTIVITIES.:: ; Special, price of $t1:: for :j I

( nrr Colloy I..ftIomlay\ morningfor Charlotte, N. C., after spending three two youri.' I n in still taking snbiiipiioiiH '1 7 and 9 East Bay Street (
Jacksonville where ho\ expects to weeks in Starke with Mrs llinsim's The local Camp Fire team is n for the magazines;: anti daily
rind employment.Isln parents :Mr. anti Mrs. Perry" )Dover busy organization of happy young pup 's and will appreciate' your, order" JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
girls, und their Jruar.lianIrs.: I':. M. fi.r same. Thanks for former patru'age. ' !

and Joseph Poppcll have gone I Mrs. 7.. J. Roberts, of Hastings, is Johns, plans many things! to intorst Nannie Hnwrll.
to Island Grove to visit\ their cousin visiting. her parents Judge, an.111'11.: and help along useful lines tho characters J.1'KSON.NO11M.1N -
", of the fifteen girls belongingto :; ,
Miss Zelma Cason. Ceo; A. Gardiner this week. She wasaccompanied
1 home by her sister :Miss the Camp.On I --
Last Sunday nt :2! o'clock
Special sale on Ladies and Chil- Gladys who had been, her guest ntHastings lttul'day'eninll' the Camp Fire I, nfteijyoon
:MII-S Lnuru Norman and Mr. John
(Girls; assisted with the program nt
drens trimmed hats at Stumps. for weeks.r the) moving picture theatre, and as! Jin Ki(>n were married nt the home
their cent of the proceeds, received I (th"!] bride's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. .1. ] NOTICE !
:Mrs C. F, Sayles, of :Miami! is vi/- When you buy your materials you
"K.: :Nnrmnn; , amidst friends und I
11.70! ; of this amount $;a was given many <
Col. satisfied when we arc I"
iting at the home of her parents, are ; you pay to the Starke Red Cross and till'remain.ll'r n-lii'ivi'H of the contracting parties. II'h I
satisfied. Let's nil! be happy nt once. '
and :Mrs C. L. Peek. .
will be used for the benefit ! 'bride wore a beautiful blue MlltI j *
) and Sup-
Pny ea of the Camp. On Saturday evening I in with an over dress of white chiffon i: ,
Mrs. Lawr'ncelo l'l..y., of Raiford, ply Co.Capt. I
is spending the week with her parents there were five reels of !good with accessories! to mulch i i.Mrs. : Please do not ask for credit after June 5th, as
and the then : Thos. D. Proctor was matron j
J pictures, stage was arranged j'if
Mr. und :Mrs J. Manning: S. A. Bryan has about recovered -
us n sitting-room and the honor and wore white silk crept we positively will not credit any more. We have to
I from injuries received Perry Kite, of Camp Wheeler :\18-1) weeks ago, when his railway motorcar and red ribbons were seated at the i the groom's 'bent man. pay spot cash for our goods before we get them.
con, Ga., is spending several days collided\ with a hog near Brooker. knitting club Elizabeth; Brownlce ,! itt.\'. N. T. King performed the cere'tunny <
this week in Starke with homefolks.I] The car was derailed and Captain sang the "Belgian Rose" and the other '' that made this happy couple ,, We want to treat every body strictly right and have

Bryan was severely bruised! about hisface girls joined in the chorus, after which urie. Directly after the ceremony the trade. We indeed feel of
Mrs. D. P. Otwell and, daughter. and :Miss Ruth, of West Palm Beach are ', : Jackson holds n position!
Club, was sung. A patriotic and thank you one and all. It's hard but
n'siting their daughter Mrs. J. L.I :Mr. Wilson Sweat who is well version of "Old Johnnie" was well \' "h the Jacksonville Traction ('u. and ,

Pee k. known here hat recently left college rendered, und then ..Jl'eIae: Bais- I will make that city their future home.i fair isn't it? POSITIVELY NO CREDITS. Do not

nt Sewnnnee. Tenn., and enlisted in ,den! sang, "Just n Baby's Prayer r.t I,i 'I.h" bride wore n beautiful brown
SATURDAY SPECIAL Ice tea the army. He is now nt Gettysburg Twilight: with little Annie Long ,ilk goirg-nwny dress. Miss Norman ask us and make us feel bad for you

glasses 10c each. Regular price lac. and a member of the tnnk corps, beautifully illustrating the song: in ':'wns u well known und very young .
Starke Hardware Co. which will be sent to England in August tiiMenu. The touching chorus, "A | nl of the Rising section, and her

for further training.We Mother's Liberty Loan" was feelingly I ";>ny friends) hate to lose! her from Briscoe Sales & Service CompanySTARKE .
Mrs. W. E. Griffis of Jasper arrived I I sung by the girls and their part :am..nll'> them, but nil wish the young
Saturday to join her husband who will discontinue!'! the redemptionof of the program was closed with " 'Hlple| all the happiness and joys of n

is employed: by the Bradford County TOPAZ Crowns July 1st of this kee Boys on Their Way to France. i married life. FLORIDAPLAYING I.
Telegraph. year. See that your crowns are in on Recently the Camp Fire Girls haveto -.-- .- -
or before this date otherwise they the Red Cross headquarters to new. i 11I.LSlJon':1CI :
Mis.Eva! Eperson left Thursday for will not be redeemed. i-H-3t noon, so that their mothers could\ Tallahassee where she expects to enter to the Red Cross hcndpuarters to new. \ quiet/' home wedding was solem-
the normal class at the Florida Remember the canning demonstration A number of them have also been I m/'
State College. I next Tuesday and l Wednesday, knitting arid crocheting wash clothes i the bride's pnrents !Mr. rind :Mrs.! .....................N.............................
at the old school house on N. Walnut for the Red Cross. This live organization I''rry, Hover, the contracting partiesmjf S
Complete line of American tires on I strec-t. Hours from 9 to12 m. and will assist the Boy Scouts in t ",', their daughter Miss Ovellu :
hand. Also have' a few seconds to be from 1:30: to i p. m. Miss Margaret their coming carnival. / nl,' .Mr. Robert W. :Mills. Only u few : WITIFIRE] :

Bold at reduced prices. Starke Vulcanizing IJ'jrleigh, county canning agent, cordially .- .- --- tn', '-,:ate friend and relatives of the .
Works.S.tTCRI.tY invites everyone to be present.Mr. CARD OF THANKS: fniiple witnessed! the ceremony. Rev. .. : 6 6j
'I 1 VV. r;. Law, pnstor of the First Map- .

SPECIALS.-120 articles : and :Mrs. G. A. Chalkcr. of Please: allow u.< >r':':''a' in your paper t u-i, rhurcn perfo. ."< I the ceremony. often ri-Milts in having to play ON :
I rte-
will be sold at 10c., worth 15c :Middleburg had a "safe! arrival" card to thank our many friends and neighbors The bride is an nccnmplished l young : f. the fire. Care might prevent hair b

20c and 2.c.: Starke Hardware Co. ;- from their son, Lieut. G. A. Chalker, for their kindly assistance and '',)dy! and has u \\i iI.l <'ircle' of frit-nds i , the fires that occur nowadays. 2r

!i Jr., who is "over there." He is a sympathy during the recent illness n Stiirke and Bradford l county. The a. 1 { :Moreover, those who fail to havetheir :
:Mrs. R 5. Johns left Tuesday tor member of a party of officers who and death of our dear little Wilford. t t.' oin' holds the position of shipping U home and :
: belongings insured!
with relatives went over ahead of their regimentfor :Mr. and Mrs. I II. B. WAIWfN.lUt . I N rk with one of thi- large steamship M
a visit of several days Tues. ; unij e 4i isare with fire" :
detached school ('r\icr.- '!" Jacksonville has many ) in another
Jacksonville, Fernanlna ---- '- "
and friends in
I day's TimesUnion.Mr. : 1 Si They :
< and Macclenny. I I IW ( .\ OF THANKS: r are taking big
2 r 4 .hancea, too, without tho slightestri'iiHonnble +
; and Mrs. L. P. (ir.- 'I' ,r-nvned. Optimistic: Thought.
for manyyears' Wo take tihs mean' of expressing t s
E. Wainwright. I j home last week from :Mayo whore lie In above Ms i-r.<-rnl<-" that deaplerheir : -t excuse. Common sense
thief the office of the clerk to our kind neighbors and friends! our
deputy they were called to attend the funeral I Injuries. : Hi-tales that every property owner +
tax col'fetor | heartfelt appreciation of their warm
of this i- now ..
county .. .
of Tlade(' County. of :Mrs. Green's brother :Mr. Otis sympathy and much needed help in -KOKKTHOrOIITj : ---;I- : ..]Iwx 14 t't hi.uM insure .:
IIpE's.11'. Does hail the miaftirt'i'oto .
I this hour of our deep gri-f over the
break his arm while cranking n ''nr' loss of our dearest mother. ( ari' !"i-irninj:, that little f'r"! :
M: < --lnim-I.. II. Hill. J- T. Moore attended : end died' on the operating' table fromthe (Signed )t. Messrs. Geo. Manning: j'th''lw''t' > ofti'ii! paves them a MK < ':- f JOS. E. WILSON

nnd Mmlirown.Ferryman-Peek, of, effects of the anesthetic. Fames II. :Manning, JoV C. Man- ; ." '. Ii..,r" i is nn in tance: "I 1 dal| : !
- ting. |I'tn'"I' ',V y" nninj>" :'t"it I John ni"" !eliovi that our family has ""I'n | .
fact Saturday. afternoon. i iMn Hemstitching and. picot F.dlleYnrk ,, MurrayMr.: .. Klournoy Y. Williams. lio-it rimmberlin's ('<>Hc, ('h"I.ra
- - ----- to cents yard for cotton good; ir I rtarrhRemedy since WP mmnv'cil STARKE FLORIDi i
of Jacksonville, per --- -- -- -' -'-
.pnentV( Tom...;iM.dryM'h Sweat Mr. and :Mrs.1 I I 1.". ccr-ti per yard for chiffon, silk! I PHis Cured It e to I< Days! ;.. ,....g ..,..,,:-- years ni(o. o *

G. ( MrSuiat,: : formorlv !Ii"! '''"ol, eve. Enclose enough for postnVe. I i V"rr "r,,flrg.*.l w'T"fwrM! ir''ney 'I .PA7H.. Whit we po on an ext'ndeil vi it Wt. h .
Sw friends Tin Ilerr.-ftchi-r.. :9al! UniversityV i ."INT.'I-or.n.t"t. :: . ' v. .v".r'I'. t-'c' iI''-ih) -I-, ." ()' tiinnhl"y- y
eat, in StaiKiami has many jn- , Gain ',vule. Kla. 5-Ml-St) : : I. -.' ir > ". ',. .It ,............e .4....44 .e... e. 1J ........+ms .... .++..
her. ,
who are always glad to see I

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[ I Bradford County Farms and Farmers -I

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.<.44444i44' I ----- I Rev. B. C. Scarborouggh filled hi 1.aa's .if the! State of FloridB. the Hoard "> I I..... nf the Stale of .Florida th,. II.,." t "'.
results in of Bradford County hereby I Public Instruction of Bradford County' , '
$ If thr shortageoflabor regular appointment here I Public In.truetlun h. r ,iy,
t : cf> COUNTY AGt x'rs' HI I'OItTS I order an election to be held, In Special School I ordurfl an flection to bo hold in Spvcmi' ""h"1> i
'diM'ontinuinir.. the practice of fodder and Sunday. His wife und
% $ Tax District No.6. Little. Sprinira. on Sntur-I Tax DLtrlot No. 9. Pine Hill, ?? S,
+-444* ''pulling, one great good will have been accompanied him. dRY. June 15th. 1111$. for the purIM>.e of elect- day, June I6th 1918. for the pun>o,.,. ,,f ,'h.".".;
F 1 !'w.H+iH.H and to determine the amount Inn three truntocft and to determine thi
The Mrs. C. M. Andreu log three trustees aniuuntof
accomplished. custom oncp common and son b. ...........d. mtllaite to bn aaneiiaiid.For .
: j KOVIIK Fit EK CIIf.\ nSIIII'S.l'onlmlsMion'rH I I in the South, is giving way to \'isted Brooker Saturday. ot For millnge the purpose of holding the bald, ., '..ton, the purlio of holding the nail! .lotion/

[ the better method of letting( the whole Messrs. T, I}. Edward and son, Seeber the following m"nI',,"'". have been appointed: the following manager* have bwn ai>mntnj
Mlr.elle. W. 1 Reav. A. II. Currency F. L. Coluon. A. L. ,. .
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L. .
W. S. Uubose. O. r- .
In Kitfh County Can 'corn plant mature for feed l. yet u few and Rev. B. C. Scarborough T. B. I'INHOLSnR. T. B. 1'INHOI.STER

Send Boy I" the University.) farmers greatly( in need of roughagefor wife and daughter( Laura, and : Chairman Board I'ubllo Instruction. Bradford Chairman Roanl Public Instruction UradfoH

livestock continue the practice.The Ruby Edwards and Blanche County Florida.Attest '\ County"..t : .

The l>oy who has been (graduated University of Florida extension visited Elzy's Chapel Saturday E.: R. 1'OPPELL E. R. POPPELL

from the high school! und is 8 ekin>(renlrnnre divison reminds farmers that they County SIIpt. and S.eI.10.6t., County Supt. and Secy. C.M.,,.

into the Hilvunt-ed course of lose nearly half the value of their noon.Messrs.. Mabry Harroll, -

study should not overlook the oppor. crop when they pull fodder. The fodder Harrell, Sceber Edwards, Cephus liarrell \TE. NOTICE
tunity nirorrlfd, by the State Law, is usually pulled shortly after the accompanied by Misses Eva Edwards IV COI.'NTV IS ASI FOR JUDGE'S BRAWFOKW COURT. tOtfliTY.Fl.Ol4Ilt. : Notice U hereby Klven-that R F

Chapter CHH7; : No. Ml, under which the ear posses the roasting-ear stage. The Ruby Edwards, Ellen Lynn, Cecil .Kuanlian of the person of E. M.Fmlrr liia.l, ,,u,,
comrrmsionors in each county run provide ear in not mature then and roots and Raborn and Laura IN KK : hSTATE OF ANNA JONES. a lunatic will on the 8th of July. \ D'
scholarship to the University stalk not mature it when the visitors I>ECESE1>. anal 11 i>1 IM. ut eleven o'clock in the fon'nrMin. "r
a free can were to Worthington ( To John Henry Jnne. Lawrence Jones soon thereafter n* he can he by th,' ( u,.
of Florida rollt-sre of aRricul- loaves are gone. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Carrie Jones and all other that are deceased.interested 'ard. aiiply to the Ifonorablu 10. ,\ c";'UI.hi ..

ture. Not all counties have made the The best method to follow is to put C. II. Newsom and family attended In the estAte S.Anna rows.Jones M admlnimrMtor altar County Jud"o In anal for ltnMfrj| ,
Coiintv. State of Florida at his ofTif., .
a nt'i'essnry provision under the law. the whole plant a little later insteadof church here Sunday. : of the estate of Anna June. deceaseti. baa [ Court House in the Town of Slarkr. S'ata'Flaarialai. ;In;; "':/
Tho scholarship is to he sufficient pulling the fodder now. If the Miss Laura Scarborough( was filed In this court a petition asking that mm thai,1 In Bradford County for imili.m.
.. and order the
to play the hoard and lodging( of one stover is cut when the dew i i" off, : guest of Miss Blanche Andreu of court the deliver following po e described*ion of real estate lying ,demand to Hell all of the the right aforesaid tltlo. interest E. M. 11,1", .,.,,,,,1,

student for one year und in to be shocked( in small shocks, and tied well, I and being In Bradford County, r lorida to-. lunatic in anal to the following i IiM r,, ,,
day.Mr. and rive (il''
awurdi-d to the young men ranking it will keen in spite of the general im- T. B. Edwards and! family : of wit :Ulocli Lot' ( Ill One* of(II'Lincoln. Four ((41 City, accordingtothe Innds and premises lying and beir.L-, .n.h-.J'
the County of Bradford .
highest in competitive exenminntion. presson that Florida corn can not be the guests( of :Mr. Otis Berry Sunday.Mr. malt of the same recorded In Book One. In to-wit : From tho SoillhrtiM and <'atiFlorida i , ,'

The student, in aitccpting the st'holar- matured in this way. page 177, of the Public Rt-cordu of Bradford tif Si-clion Nineteen Township n.-.
Enos Hayes and family KlorllTielng. in the South Half of x ,,
._ county. Rn" .' Twenty-two, East \Wt, ,
certificate agreeing if -- --- run i'' >,,
signs ,
i i-hip ( a ( the guests of Mr. N. G. Hayes Sun- the Southeast quarter of Section rhirty-two thence North SUB.3' : fei-t to pine. ,., ,
1'1.\-.1: S VV E:ET: POTATO'I'orUGE: South Range Twenty- r I. ,.
Township Six ((8))
und otherwise qualified to en.A 1321.' .
f capable I fling : thence run north .fid.: t. ', ,
3 .... .. !n ..orri..ulfurnl iitatiita in this I day.Mr. two (22: .:....t. said land appearing of record I'.uxl: 1115 feet. thence South lam r.. "> IH
''' r ; -- ; Plan now for the safe storage of L. A. Brown was a business a* belonging to the estate of Anna I'.ast lllfj 1 fac't. thence South 111.1 i I. .. ."c.
fly 1 State. All applicants for the scholarship sweet in modern stor- itor to :Mr. W.1.. Harrell's Satur- June deceased. that 4-0 feet to plnfitt of heginmn,, ?
potatoes ntrUavit all
. some And It hiving been shown by .
shall be eligible for admission ,hind beinK the umti tti Mutt ,..>d!. .l "
I; 'ago house, where they can be kept all of the heirs of the itoid estate aro citizens H..lh..ok. liy a deed from W. E (Dnm-i, .
c to the University.This day.Mr. of Uradfonl' county State of Florida but thnt "I,
I offers excellent opportunity for winter and spring market with- P. W. McLeod.! wife and sister I I service by the Sheriff, cannot be huan.1 there ci it.. and bearing. date .'.b. :Illh. < (r I Iiii jH.
an out loss from Sweet l known that service of an". | ., by dnvd from John G. Simrknun ,.
rotting. potato Miss Annie ,'IsitedIr. being no person
j' fr to some high school graduate, who Brinkley : ti whom would bind the uhnt hn* been deedftl to R. I, \ni I T .
storage houses have been erected in U appear
1 f han not the necessary funds, to get Hayes Sunday. I said heir and that tho said heirs are all over B. K. FINLEY
: some parts of the State from plans I ; the ...... of Twenty-one years.i'r a AH Giuirtlinn of the person and t>* 'ifi [f
C. M. Andreu
advanced education visited New
ti I t; fctnrteii toward an r considered and M. Kigilon. II lunatic.A. .
.', in agriculture. Once started, he will furnished by the University of Flor- I Thursday. : adjudged$ that the said h..I.... John Henry V LONli.; Ally.Keep.
1 idi extension division, and they worked ,., Lawrence Jones and Carrie Jones and
. probably, find the necessary means to i Mrs. W. M. Harrell was the
J successfully. Wherever the crop guest nil person interested in suit! estate do appear
, continue in the course. is of Mrs. Jennie Ives. I the court house on the lat day of July A. D.
: The nation needs men trained in sufficiently large atention should 1WIH. to show cause if any you can why the
,' but in the be given to the storage problem. I Mr.: Raul Crews, one of Unclesam's I petition of the said aaltnanietratotshotihal
; agriculture not only now I : .
boys, visited his mother Sun. be granted.It
J.- future, for there will be a continual Grow; n cover crop in the citrus I day, Mrs. Jennie Crews. I is further ordered that thia notice bepublished !
1'f.: demand as time passes! regardless of j I In the lirndfonl County Teelgrnph
grove to restore organic matter to I Elma and Ercell Edwards visted Starke. in Uradfonl County Florida once
the length of the world war. War Is the soil. i iDon't I little Wilmer week fur 5 consecutive weeks
: wasting( the products of the soil as ---'-'.--'- Surrency Saturday. Given under my hand and the seal of this
\ well those of the factory and this figure pulling fodder for I We had a general rain Sunday this the :luth day of May A. 1>. 1U1M, I Do
as : on ( : chambers, In Slar..... Bradford County not allow the
":J waste must lie, made good by greater the livestock. Grow a forage crop which will benefit the community very .. .. of Florida. poisons of undigested:;:

: I farm production. and quit the extravagant( practice. I, much. Judge of the aho\i> named court. food to accumulate in

? ---.- -- -_ _ ._ _ i I :Mr. Mabry Harrell is attending: the :\ CEO.A.G.VKDINER t your bowels, where they

POINTS IN: I'AVOIt (OF SILAKK. ;MII.I.KK normal taught' by Mr. A. B. Shaw ut : are absorbed into your

jJ. : Brooker. Culnlns Inn uses I'IOt ...feet the l4eaUlecniqa. > system. Indigestion, con
stipation, headache, bad
:I i .. Here are the arguments: in favor of Miller, June H.-:Mr. und Mrs. J. L. of Iii tonic ami laxative effect LAX A- I I blood, and numerous
, \ I %'H akoMo Qt,;IN :.K t better than ordinary
( the silo and its use, ns pointed out by :Matthews of Bland, Alachua county, .4 + + + + + + + + + .4. + + + + + ...1"I, ,,, anil docfl not cause sicrvousne. nor I other troubles are bound
f; the University of Florida extension visited at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. + LEGAL NOTICES 1I. \ ," In hea.l. Remember the full name and I to follow. Keep your

t' I, division>: : I). ... Clyatt one day last week. I|I. 4' .. + + + 4 + + + + f + + + + + l->r the signature oi 1>. W. CKOVK. joe. I I system clean, as thousands .

p / 1. Silage is the best and cheapest H. C. Peoples made a business trip -. I I of others do, by

form of Mlagu will produce more beef to Lake City one day last week. I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE I -.- p taking an occasional doseof

provided for winter use. Marion Waters made his usual trip I Well p tile old, reliable, veg-
: Keeps Hogs etable medi
I I I Notice I in hereby .driven to all creditor lin- family liver
2. Crops! can ho put into the silo to Lulu Sunday. !j, tribute.... Icirateen. and all other pernons hnvInir -' cine.
) during: weather unfavorable for making J, L. Urmvn made u business trip to claim, or demand axainiit the efftate nf I' Dr. Wilson' Hemeily. Echlnor. I I
Worthington Tuesda '. !I J. P. Pndwtt. defeaiied, to prpucnt the 'nmato removes and prevents worm of
I :
fodler. I
I hay or curing ) ', the tindunilirned fl* Adminiiitrator of hit all the kinds wlilch afflict hours. Thedford'sBlackDraugiit J
1 3. A given amount of corn in the Eugene Douglasslle a business Haiti rotate within two year from the date It tOnes up keel In good oondltlon -
hastens fattening and eaves
form of silage wil produce more beef trip to Lake Butler Saturday. j,I I hewnf otherwifte the mime will bo bnrreil. I reed. In liquid form all aolubln

l Ii or milk than the same amount when C. A. Roberts, of Lake Butler, was > D.Dated 1918 and Binned thin 15th day of May A. given In water, every hog, strong

"$ 1iocUed or dried. in the community one day last week. ', SIDNEY D. PADfiETT. I or weak geta Ita share.

. 4. There is less! waste in feedingsilage ( Milton\ Thomas, of Alachua, passed ",cpane.d. of the estate of J L>. 1'ail- : : :: 1 I II Satisfaction User for years Guaranteed with unlfurnsucresii

than in feeding fodder., Good through here Sunday en route for I I A. V. Lon". attorney.NOTICa.. 617OtI r ::. :: : i : by prac'ttcnl ho"Itpr.
) silage properly fed is all consumed. Providence. > I sold umler monty back guarantee
N. II. Stokes made business I I i of satisfaction ABkTyonrdi igxtfl Mrs. \V. F. Pickle, of
5. Silage i is palatable. a trip I
( very I for 1C. ir he can't upply.. we wi'laenal Fawn Ga.
(;i. Silage, like other succulent to Luke Cutler :Saturday evening. I l 1 I gallon prepaid: for f 3 00. Rising writes:
J .
I j II. G. Crawford The Hoard of County. CommliiHiimcni of : Jiookli't free "We have used's
feeds has beneficial effect the made business trip'to
a a
upon Itrntlfttrd County. Florida will mift at the :! Ulack-Urnught asa
VVIUon Itameilr Co..Oull PoInt Tin.
," ,. digestive organs. Starko on Wednesday.Mr. court. houne. in the the Clerk'* office. Monilny. I !l family: medicine. My
: an.11I's.. J. I.. Brown July iHt ID1H. nn a board of eiiuilUentfrir : : :
t 7. More stock can be kept on a spent the imrpiiiie. nf hfnrinir. cnmnlnlnf andncilvlnir mother-in-law: could not
: given area land when nilage is the Sunday with relatives at Watcroak. testimony a* l I"> the value of any / :! Like calomel: as it seemed

basis t>f the ration.t'ONTINUK Carl Brown made a business trip property real ppmonal or mixed 1 iu fixed I too strong: for her, so she

.. to Luke Ituler Saturday evening.Mrs. Itv the County Tax AiuieMttor for the year used Black-Draught as a
-- -- Mils' nuainut the owner or agents of auuh .
: I CULTIVATION : Marion Sullivan of Thcressa, proIrrt mild laxative and liver
spent the week-end with her S. T. DOW LI ST.. / regulator . We use it
____ pllrt'nts11' .
I iDo > W 1' WEEKS Chairmiin of It.mnl. a in the family and believeit
not neglect the late cultivation :\ and :Mrs. II. C. 1'eeples. Clerk and Auditor., S.U-It. I Look For Is the best medicine for

of corn cotton, grain sorghums, peanuts I to It.liland A. Thomas made. a business trip. -CLERK'S- -FINANCIAL STATEMENT: Thu UbolAway I the liver made." Try it.
.. cow pen s, nnd all other cultivated I lUSTY FUNDSMonthly I Insist on IhegetluineThedford'S. -
crops. I If the !ground, is kept clean of ( and :Mrs. J. M. :Mott, of near Financial Statement of Bradford 25c a pack-
weeds anti grass with n good earth Luke Butler, visited! the latter's pur- County for the Month of M..v tot s.General I : : ace.
-. mulch on the surface, it will improve ens, :Mr. and ;Mrs. Roland Thomas, Rillnnce May lit illS .'2.02T.3l

the chances for Sunday. U.-.,..10.t. dtirfmr month _ __ 4.flo2.Rrt I E.75'I
a I.irger yield. with
4 .1. S. Brown made a business trip Warrant* lulled diirlnir. nynth I.Hill.34Iliilimci I | POISONSFOR
I the University of Florida extension .lime 11. HUM. li.6ll.ll I
I division. to Worthington Tuesday morning. Fine and Forfeiture Fund I I j
I Algar Thomas was at Worthington Knlnnco May Ut. 19IH! ... 3.S33.43
Hut in cultivating late do not run Sunday Receipt dilrlntt month 2.0HI.23 CORN
the shovels too deep: neither should I Wnrriintji laced durinu month_ 215.82 I |
: Mary Bailey of Gainesville, Ilnlunce Juno tut. ISIS! l 5.178.83
the be hilled
rows Cultivating too is upending, a while with ;Mr. anti Mrs.II. Road Fund I iAL BY
i Ftntnnce May Int. 1II1X__.
deep and too close to the plant will 3.87B.8H SA
break off the roots on which it depends S. :Miller. Miss Bailey was primary : H.HM'h'lH diirinn month t7tt12Varrnnt :I I J. W. WHITE & SON''The : ffln11
teacher % IRHUIH) durintr month 2.0:16.110:
of the Miller school for "
i I Central Store .
to mature its crop. Hilling or I ne\eral Hiilnnco June 11. HIS 9.13.01 ;
# ridging the rows will have the badofreet terms and her many friends Outstanding Fund I STAHKE, FLORH1A. WHEAT
are glad to have her back in the com Knlnnre May lat tills __. 189 ..2 I I
of exposing more ground surface -i munity. IWelpt* tlurimr month 1,914.24 |I .
to I the air with consequent rap. I Warrant UHiied diirlnir< month 1.000 00 ,|,
Dewey Fralick and Leonard Colson, ItillanciJune lit. II'M. 2.643.10lRINAe. '
phi drying o tof the soil.THAI' of Fl'MPiilnnro : > I ESTABLISHED 1886
-.-- __ __ I Sunday. passed through here May Int. 191 5----------------SIlL ,i;I! : : : : J. R. DAVIS
I Receipt lurIng month 1.3'ls.Ri,) i i, & CO.
HATS AND ;MICEMany The many friends of11'1'; J. S. Warrant (united, flurtnir month 275.00
Itatnnet* June Ut. I1>m ..
1,103.71 .
Brown : -- INSURANCE
are glad to know that she U BrMMKOlin COUNTY.; I i
pounds of good I food are wasted recovering from a serious spell) of ill. STATE OP FLORIDA. I 1, flf8 Mrmilj.HuBllMt., Vitninihiu I lability. P lalftl
: niajj. Steam? Boiler Bonds
annually in Florida, in the household ness. I June 7th. 1'118. '' Borijlary
in which rats and mice have T hereby certify thnt the foreitolnir *tat..- STAKE FLORIDA
I T. II. Waters made a business trip ment of Receipt, ant DiMhuremenU of the I I ,
i '. too much their own way. Their unhampered ''to Lake Butler Saturday evening.Mr. Fund of Itradford County for the mnnth of I

.t excursions into !pantries are I and Mrs. II. C. Teeples made a nf IllS knowledge.i I. true and and lade correct, to (he beat ,, -

: menace to, food conservation. Get business trip to Starke Wednesday.J. Seal> W. T. WF.EKS. I' = -

I a number of traps and get' the ncxts. I. II. ;Murrrll. of Tennessee Citv. Clerk of the (-'I......*........ ,_......".....- ,, = --.:.

says the University of Morida cxtennion Tern., prenchnl at the Church of -------4------Bradford County. 1

; division. Poisons properly snfeuardoil I Christ here CI.KRK'S KFPORT I r
If arc effective hut their use in Sunday at 11 o'clock to a Stark' .. .'1..... June li>th. "I'lH.' a
largeand appreciative congregation.T. n ort of the Clerk of th
"M > Circuit Court In
1 lUvrllinjrs\ Is usually iinilt'siraMe, be-1, D. Cobb of Lake Butler passed anal fur R tin!font ('", .nty. Florittn.,. on Accountof YOU MAKE MONEYBut

I. cause none U Known \\ liich whim through here one day last week. Tnxi'B II. M.0..1 tOt I for IXC.the: Tav veer Collprtnr I'll.. ,

paten hy n rat. will prevent docomponition :\lr.lln.1 :Mrs. W. O. Brooks" of Providence County Proper I
of the body.TUANSrOKT visited relatives Mny 1. tat bnl. .)IIL County pmprr, fun l.42R.flfl I
on Sun Hy amount eoll..trcl l __ __ __ _h 4.325.55
---- ,

/t HATES I INCREASE Htigeno: : Douglass made if business June 1. To balance due 1100.11 Do YouSAVE

I trip tu Providence Tuesday evening./ May. I to hat due Pralnave(.... drntnntce fund !.2Q900
t I, A statement full of aisrnificanco, to Kiirmnn Stokes went to Luke Butler By amount collect 1. ""H..') I
the Florida farmer is that made recently Sunday"' evening -- ,
June 1. to balance duo n 884.2* IT?
.. relative to an increase in i Dott/il Thomas was at Vorthinlt'ton County Road and ftrtdvt t
freight rates on itovprnment operated Sunday evening. Mny I to balance due County Road I

railroads. The significance lies in the I 11. E.: Brown made a business trip By and amont Rrtdire collected Fund-, .. f 7.363.84>,M9 3K

fact that many farmers have been in I to Providence' Tuesday evening. '

the custom of importing bulky feeds O. .\. Thonins of Midway, was in June I to Fine balance and due Forfeiture-.Fund I.DH5.i2

for livestock. Under the new rates this community Sunday. Mae I to balance due County Fine i The time may come when will wish
such shipments will ]>rove expensive. O. \'. Brooks of Providence, passed! and Forfeiture Fund 2322.44 you you had some of the

l The University of Florida extension through here one day last week. By amount collected -- - 1.84l,9n money you are frittering away today.

division has been urirnir farmers to Mr.: and :Mrs. :M. L. Colson. of Ala. June I to balance due -. 41.43County It is to if but
easy save make
produce their own roughage' in the chun Srh..1"RY you up your mind to do
I county attended church here on 1 to ha! due Co School Fund :M Make the 'o,
way of hay by growing legumes Sunday. tart NOW by opening
or By am.iutu colleetd% -. 711.92 ,, an account with u..
cultivating grass Silage and !
crops. ,I ------ June I t" Imlnnrc due nu_ __ ___ .-.128.24
fodder are two other feed that cnn OLD. BRADFORD. Outstanding. Indrbtvdne Fund
I be produced cheaply within the State 1 May I to balance due Outntnadinir
IndehUflneM. ___ __ .
and Fund J 309.21)
in quantity sufficient to meet the Old Bradford, June 12.-Misses By' amount collected ___-___on-_____ I O.lId

demand.\ i ford's charming young lailics are vitlford' June t. to balance due __ .
The farmer who overlooks his .nn. 448.33Total BANK OF
present cVipring young( ladies arc visitinnr rlub-grhool STARKEState
opportunity will hardly be in position -i I fr'jnds III Starke this week. May 1 to balance due Total Sub.

to command sympathy when thoneed Miss R'Jth.1..WIIOnt: School I n__. n__ __n_ | i1'75! MBy
I I : was the guest of amount collected __ _.._n___ I SilO 00
t for cheap feed for livestock becomes Miss Blanche Andreu Sunday.

; more pressing. 1 Mr. Leon Cunningham ami! broth- June I to balance due -.. _____ _ . 91*. 8Tol.I County and City Depository
; Sub-School Bond Fund
--- ; era attended church here
Sunday. I
May to balance due Total Sub-
: Take stock of your reed for forage [ :'olrs. Rosa Lynn was the guest of School Bond fund _- __ -._ n_ J.U'> 97By STARKE FLA.
___ _
amount collected -. 10.91 ,
and : --'n n n
to meet that
grow enough nel'd'i, Hnyrs Sunday.Mr. .
is the advice of the University ofi Brinkley Hayes is very sick at June 1 to balance due -- -_- -n n 710.04W U'I I

f' Florida extension division. I 1 this writing. His numerous friends $.ul Clerk T.Circuit WEEKS.. Court


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'..-icliy uu.n ihul the f.llowmir diMribef' lards wi,ill U- mid at public auction '. fft of Cot 4 A N lOUj ft of Lot
", h, Pint MONDAY: IN Jl'LY. I91M it bel..K the l 1.1 day of taid montb Wfore the '>. d. 0, lii, 11. \i: In Woodlawn --_. 13 II 22 00 I'nkno..n ._ .. ,_ n_ tl.\11' t of Blk I'D In Stark Dr N W t'r.n.t .. I4
"duu.' ut Stark In lirudforri Count). Slate of Florid, or .o much thereof a, will lot .'6 in Wciodlawn _._._______ _.-___ 14 8 U 10 I'nlo"'n __ __ n 2,89 I. il IN Slarke extended on En..'. 811.2
ir> lo pay the amount due for luxe m upponlte the tame, together with the coat Lot M it Woodlawn" .__ _.. .-. ...___ 15 II 22 10 Hr I.nt",4ha... __ . ._ .u ',80 Map 8 - : I lienmark .... 41.79
air and advortl.lnir. Lot HO In W.lIa' _ _-- _-- __n. 16 II 2l 10.1 R Sh' . -_ ___ 2.38 7 .!' ilL".T A Co AdJ to
Lou. 21 I. JK. m Wootllawn __ ... .___ __ 16 II 2J 20 I'nknown __ _. .. .._ 4.R9 Stark-liik _ ..-.. .__ -- las Lane 11.0 F
Ties &I tots 4.. .".5 .,i Woodlawn .__.__. _:_ 17 II 23 2(1 t'nknown u__ __ ? _--_ 4.29 Ii lit lilt 11 in L T Co Add C ,
DESCRIPTION So: T. R. A. OWNER Cosa Lot 'I:. In Woodlawi .uu_. _ . .18 5 "2 10 1' II n ._ __n__ 23M SUirke .. .:. .._ ._ _ 0..1 t.ardener; .. .... 10."
,.W'. u. .._ _... .. -.. .. 4 III 4Q A J Wilkinson __ .__ .--6 .U Lot 11 in WiMHllawn ___ ___.________- 18 II 2:1: 10 W,4 T..rlk.n .. _____. 2.38 *> 1 N'" "r W'y .___. .__ h.. 3'1 4 19 111Ol... Williams _. --__u_. 1.0 E'" of Lot SI e, 2"li' ft *q. In NE Cor Co Add to Stark ___.__..__.. J J ._ 4 60
.: -IE'. 00--__. .... __?_ IN 4 20 40 A R .Pincher Tru.ter._ 1.0J for church in Wondlawn ____..___. 20 II U II 'I' ll Ilamhy u-_ ___.___. 1.42 Lot A of lllk 1 In L f A Co Sub 01. John Tha_. ._. ..-.... 480 k' v
'I J ,?xd 31, ..r Lol 9---------------- III 4 28 BO Unknown .. n __ ...._. '..311r 2 it. in NE. Cor of N.U: of SWU__. 22 0 2:1: 2 F M hrndUy __ __ _-.__. 2.38 Lota 8, 4 of KIk S In L 'r A Co Sub 1'lv. ROM* Cox .. __ _____. 4,80Cllitord
r N(,;' _---... ___.__.. ._ 20 4 20 .0 Unknown .. .. .______. 4.04 Li.t 47 In Lawtey E ..f fly-------____. 24 6 U \n..lI. Hswkina _____ 4.80 Loa 1 2 of KIk .M In L T Co Sub ale Johnson _.. .... 4.80 '
.W' or I'tl.' ot S\\ l.4 & SE'. 21 4 20 2hO lInkn..n .. .. '_'_ 'U' 20.73 Lot W! In L.."..''. E ..r Ky._____.__... 24 8 2:1: Chas 1'.rkl'r __.___ __n_ 2.38 fat. 4 of Ilk :.11 in I. 'rI:.Co Sub DIr Film Jackson .. .. ...... 8.86
.. "I II''y .e NW'1' & S'y---------- 28 4 lu Idu Unknown ._ .. .___.-.. 10.78 Lot A In lists Sub-Oil of E Lswtry24 II 22: OWl Fsrkrr _____. .. .._ 2.U W I. .if .13 In I. T & Co Sub DIY R M tlliuniin _.. 11.B5K.I
. of NW'4 2. 4 20 40 Unknown _. __ _____u. '.04 Lot .H .In.It '* Suh-Div:, of E Lawtey24 II 2J lln E J Dlnkins .__._. 2.88 '' of Ilk 85 In 1. r A C o Sub llv.. henry .. ..._.__ ..
; N\\/I, 01 N'4 ot SW'. 8W'. Lou 19. 11. 18 Ott. 6ub.piv of E L.w. Silk .16 L r & Co Sub Div.-__ K M .. -.---- l ,.
4 8W'. __ --h. ._ 21 4 20 200 Unknown _. ._ __.___._ 18,71of teyNWl n__.. ._ .nn. ___n_ ______. 24 B 22 Mary :MoOill 851 Loa. .1. 4 of Ilk 40 In I. T A Co Sub Vi. Hilly "EI."n_.. .......-. '.U
-.I NE'y & NW',4 or NE'j'. & WSy of SEU of SWU __________.__ 25 5 Si 10 Forest SIWF.-._.__. 480! lot .1 Silk In L '1' (.0 Sub 1)1,_. .E franklin .. .. .... .114
4114 ot 8E'A E'y or SE'.__... 26 4 20 020 Unknown SW4 of NEU' of SW\' UNU __?_.___.____ 25 B 22 10 Unknown .___ _. ..._ 480Kufui I lot" 2 < lllk 42 In I 'r i <'o Sub Pie Julia .oujwlne .. .. ___. S.8HJullii
.l'pl SWS4 ot SE'. .___..________ 21 4 20 6(10( 1'nkno"'n :: :: :::::::: 11.:32 47,44.: of NE', of NEU of SEU_-.__.. 26 B 22 B McRae .. .. ..__.. 2.R8 I.ot 3 I of KIk 42 In I, T Co SuH Div lluiler .. .. ...... S,NHJ
__ .. ________.___nn_.___ 81 4 204M Unknown .. __.__ & 2 W 5 a. of N'',j of NWl, of NWU___. 2< 22 T L iuerry .. ...___.... 480 W.-j nf Ilk 4.I I in l I. T A Co Sub Div. .. John.on ('01)) .... 8.1B
-- ..---. ___n.n______. 82 4 20 832 Unknown -- ..u W :2 I a. of Wa of NW of SEU of Lots I. 4 Sty uf lllk 4 In L T A Co
.w fIt NE'. &: W'. ot NE", II Wh -- -- -- -- 1& 21 NEU --._n_ __._. ______ ___._ 26 B 22 :l\ T I'aul .... '...n.. 1.22 Sub I'lr __ . __ _. _ -_ J J Aarona. _........ 4 60Llvlnimton I.
:"f 8E". .. W'I" of Lot 2 Ltd .'. 3. of lllk 46 In L T A Co ,
------'----- 83 8 20 131! Unknown __ __ Com at SW Cor. of 8W'U of SE': A 4 111
,, . .. E'1I ot NW'. II Not' NWh ? -- 2\.41 run E on Sec. line 410 ft to a pt. Div '00 _... .___n h_____ __ Truby Co..... 2 2')
.. Su, ot 8WL. .or NW', '''__'-'_' U 4 20 800 Unknown ._ __ __ .. 27.89 of beninninit. thence N 660 ft E 11)8ft E'v of Hlk 47 In I. 'r A Cu Sub DlvLota Unknown .. .. ........ 6ll!1 .,
1.E'4AWSy: \ u. S BOO ft. W 198 ft. to beg.- 26 B 22 8 J.! \V Wllllami .. __.. 820 I. 2. 8. 4. uf Ulk 8 In Temple Add '
& Lola I. :.I -- ----- .---_.....__? 80 4 20 097 Unknown __ __ ...._ 53.82 Lot 31 In Woodlawn _...______________ 29 5 22 10 Unknown __ _. __...___ 211 lo Slnrke .. ._____ ___ ... I Alas I Rwdniy .. .. ... IS.Cl ''
n. lot II In Wnollaon .__.____.__..... 20 II 22 10 Unknown .. ._ __ __n_. .75 Lots 1 I. J, 3. of Ulk i? In T.mplva Add
Or-\ lots 25. 26 MI VVmidlawnWj ___._______.29 6 22 20 W I. Juhn. ___- ._____.. B.42 to Slarke __ .. -____?_ J Q Wllliama I I I I ..__..._.. 6.1
NWS4 &: 816' .u.n._ 20 4 21 620 W n Allen S.. __ nf Lot' 61 A 8> of Lot (8 In Lola /. d, N. 11 In R41ng'* Add to ,
NW' ot NE'N'4: ot NWI,.______ 20 4 21 120 J P Ssot' __.._n.n_______ 12.M 52,85 Woodlaun _..n.__n____ _______.__ 80 B 22 10 M V Raley __ __ ______ 2, 41 StarKe ._ _n. .-_._. .. ....... I :M. Ttrrenia. I. lion .... 4.60
s of SW", -- -- _- ... _'__h__....___ 21 4 21 90I' R AII"n. Sr. .__.__?__ 989 SE', of !>: E'. of SW'UNEU ________n____ 95 5 22 10.0\.1 ice ____ ____ __n- 4 ao Loa 8. I'I. 10 of Ilk 1 In ".nn'. Add
; ott SWL' . g PAA of NE'i of NWUCom _--. 86 B 2:1: 10 Ji. ff Surtaln .. .- ---... 4.80 Slerke ? _ ._ -- __ _ __ 8 M Spencer ........
: : ::: ::::: : : n :g g'ar.e 11.8
::: :
: :
NWS :: D p8a'I I'p :::::::::: 0,66 70 >,!, W if NE for. of NEU i of Frno'l fat. A. U. C. D vf'Hlk 2 \ n"'.
W or NE', II E'J ot NW?. NE''. W N Add 1( Storks . __ _ _.__ Dr his" J. llierberuer' _.. 8.18
,r9W' & W'" ot IIE'.____..______ 2:1: 4 21 240 Mro NEU & run S 70 ,d.. 35 yd, One lilt In Stark 110 ft N" S 210 ft
Ann W
& Sarp _.00__ 3250 70 >'d*. E nr. yds to pt. of belt..____ 6 6 18 .1 0 Frallck ______uu. 8.80 .
NE' 8W'
"t ?. WSk or SEI, _. __ S" K A W. bounded, E by Walnut St
E' of SW of II 1l' Wm Price .. _..
11\\11. 4.94SW'4
___,,_____ -- .n. .n n.
E' ot SEtI ...._,._ 29 uf H
6: 4 21 520 W R Allen Sr __ ___ N by J K a\ln.. W by land
? u U.3 of NK', NW4 of SE'4----- 11 6 18 8* Inhain Thomas ___. ___. '.43 .
.. . . . __ .
__ 80 4 W S C of Jone. Add
21 840 L HUB, by
-- -- nu II Allen Sr ___ __.._ 64 89 of NE' of A of Ilk j
'J "E'J" .fIt. __SWI"' SE'..__ _,_____ 81 4 21 600 lTnkonwn __ __ .n.00 ____ 60,04 W"J A N'-j ,of SW'NEU, of NW'U NE"n___NEU__._ 11 4 18 80 R Wl1I1I.m.* __ __ ..._ 1123 to ISlarkc .-. ... -. -SW.. .--- 2 6 2 Dr. N W Prance ....... Sil 01
W 8a 4 W One lot 105 ft S of Cor nf
on ----- .n.u 21 320 II All.n. Sr ____.. 3016 of 1 SW o' A 'NW of : mm
n Sit NEU SEU\
_.______ ,... ..
----- .nn 20 4 22 640 II L Black Mnd A 8' A run W lug ft.
C"n 97 9A & EU, of N'EW of b W', _______._. 17 8 18 80 Martin Mnlnhua __ .... 12.12 Myr'
.. . .. . _____ 21 4 2a 640 H L ; u S 105 ft. ft, N 105 to bi-ii .'
u - .m. A Co :
R3A: SF-I ,.r NW, ...... 18 6 18 40 lluck Wllllnma .. ____. 4 P5 It r
4 _00 __.n--___ __.___.n. 72 4 22 640 K I, Hlack & Co. 8f'8| M I. .__ 00. In liaaktni A.1 to Storks -- -.. CO 6 2 Dr Curtl Smltb ....
:,, I-K' of NPU & NEt of NEU of SEUNE 2t 1I' R Graham __00.. 7.IM ? g.jj ,
SE ot SE __ The S .. following ", kw
rapt .nn.n U 8 22 640 R L Illnck A Co 1 1'.J n. e
M 6 40 Unknown
of NEU .-. 211 18 h __ _______. 644 .
21 4 2J 640 R L Black SiR limdK to-wit : \Ih.'". at pt 218
'- "t NF.swl?, -of NE';; i"A-Wij A Co 57. E'
"f NW'-- _u__________.-_________ 25 4 22 200 L Black A Co ... Id 75 ,iWnf, NKU, & NWU (if SEU.__.__ 29 I 111 ilUworth fruit Co. .._. 1008 rl S 7 :3U-InU elm. P: H Nl-10U ch.*.
E', ot NE'. .. .____. 25 4 2J 40 Nero SWU of SW4' A W 210 ft. of SE'i of Illl-10(1 elm, W H X0.1110\ ch*
------- -- ------- Bawls ____ ___ 1
__.___ ____,. 26 4 22 III. no. SW't .- 1 4 19 46 T L Wlllin ''' _?'''' 9,42 IKK In NWU of SEt: . 20 6 2
t tacit SE-- -ot-- SE' - '. -----___-_n___ n 4 23 640 600 R L Black buck A*Co Co.___ ___ B7.pi SE', "f REij. ___ -.____ 2 II 19 40 T I 1. Will i. .. ..._ .. _.. ____ 542 lot I. ". A t:'., of I...t 8 In- SK Cur- 2 M. SaU1. MwlphUra .- .. 8.88
---- 6327R N' ort: :' of NEt: II 8 11 10 T I 1. WIlllH ., .. .. ____ 2.08
it W4I .f 5W' & SE'.. nl SW!. ( of NG I. uf NKU' 2'u 20 A S Dr .
- 1.1"
:N'. of NW, of NW'U I7 8 1\1 10 T I 1. Ullln .. ..__ .,.___ 1.Bit a. 2 J lh.llager .. _. ten2.8H '
E 1A :
ot & OE' of $E--___ Hi 6
W' 5EI.' : I 2S 4 23 C60 I. Black A Co______ r.632 it a. 1 .. .._.
____h -- .- -- ;. .__ __ __,___ ZO 4 2J 640 R 1 t. Illnck A Co_._. __ C1BR SEI, of SF,, ._.- 12 6 19 40 Fmplre, Lumber Co __... 405 Com J "I'r 'iENt: of SWU A'I Inar -
r "r NE', E'. of SE'. &. ell W'" 8'' ,if SEU ._-.__ 21 8 10 HO <\ |I' Dukca _.__.n.n_. 12(14( ofNK'i: : A run S W 11..,
"t OE). E ot Rlw._______....?_ 30 4 22 200 R I. Black A Co 30 g}, _._h --- --.-- --.- __-_____ 32 4 2l 160 R L Black A Co. 14 $1 NW', of SE' A B a. in NW Cor of 7'j a - ----- -- -. 31 8 2 a I.t1... 8.20
-.; of J'E'fIt; SE',, _, __ ______,_______ 83 4 2a 8 4, rxrepte Nt', "f NW'. __?___..___ a4 4 22 600 R I. Hlnck A Co._____.. 60,41 E', of NWU f"4 of NWU of NW' a. sold. liven I"'moos ..._._____. 32 8 10 John E Junes 1
& & E' or _.__.______ 86 A SW' "f NWU i 23 6 19 140 Unknown __ __.___. 11.71 2 _._. .. A
s' : 8W. SE'4 4 22 660 It I. IHn.k Co ________ 84 P5 'm All S', nf SE': E of lty-5 a. --.__ 81! 8 I nnknnwn_ .. a
._. y
1\ d. S of NE Cor of NE.. of Lot 1 of Mill I in City_._ .. M.u'v .. _. .
.t N __ ._.______ 86 -u IIIO N\\I. A run S 140 yil *.W 210 ;.ta lllcoll .1..11. __.. 801
W'- U.h ----- 8 22 80 II L Illnck. & Co .. fat S nl 4 In ( Ity-....... t'.th'rlne 'S
"t NE", & 5\3 fIr NW' It 8',____ 8tI 4 2J 450 Mr Carrie II Starting, ;; .-- &P'44'' N 14(1 y.N E 210 yda. to beR-... 211 R JO A Unknown ____ u_. _____. 2.71 Iota 1 1. 4. Ilk KIk 111 in Lln..11 CilNU Annn Jonas Itstrlllf _. _. .. 1,23
>W'1 1 "I SF.' &I SEt. oe 8W. ,__?__ 10 II IS 80 W W Chlnholm But. ..-.-_. 12'4' SEU of SI':' --___ _____.___ 26 8 IS 4..1 E Flitch .______...... 4 P8 of NW4 of NWU a. _. .".__ S.OI .'tI S
W. ot 1W'44 & S: 18'y' ot 5W' ofNWI,4 One a. In SE for of NE' of SWI-" 8 ID 1 Jesse Anmii ...... .... sil W end U n. Vault fat -e_ _I_ __. 6 U Ms E F Junes .
___...__ --.--. _._____..--- 16 I 18 83 J L Harden .... ..___... $.73 All S'/j' of NE N of River.___ 32 6 19 6(1 Thnmai Lamb _... ...... 16.00 3 a In .\ (or of :SW of NW, W 8 1 _. __._._ S4J
'EofNE'. &S13'.jaofSE'of SWI. of )NEy _._.- 83 8 19 40 Unknown .. _. .. ...... B.72 of II _._"- ._.. .___._.__00_ 8 8 2 a king Chandlor .. 48(1(
NEL3 & E'-IJ .f SW'I! : SE", __.. 11 5 U 2M J T. Harden ._._....__ 81.87 LoU 11. 11 of Hlk 1 In F.nujr'n surrey About 4 a In SW Cor of NW'', ufSW n.
EI. ot EIot! NW'4 & E'-I! of SWI, __ 20 II 18 480 J I. Harden ___.._____" 7 2.21 of WorihinKton Snrlnm, __........ 23 6 19 F N Andruw .. ._.. 141 I, of Ity A W II a. of N'of ''
N tVL, ot NW'. -- ..-- ._.___.._______ :21: II 18 40 J L Hnnl.n __.____.__? 4.04 Lot 1 of lllk of ration'* ur\ey of SW, of 8\\1'. .'..,'1' I acre 'r
-WI., .r SE'. u_ ..___.. ___. u.S II U 411 .1. C. (......11. ________"_"_ f|.41KO Wnrthinitton Springs _- . .. .. REI. Duke ______..__ 13.DSThomn church ._ _. .. 33 I 22Hi 10 Unknown ._ .. ....._ MlA
"'. ot 24E'i/ -. -- -- .- -- ---.___._ 84I 1M W W Chltholm Set ____ 12.42 All trianimlar lot embracing Hotel andffround 1 at Ml: Cor of NW'' of NKUk '
'F.4 nt Nt:' ___ ... - ___ ____, _.__.86 II 18 40 K P Dirk ____._____.._. 8. 12 arcnrilinv, to atton'a aurey run S I HI'u ft a pt of bog
SW' or 8WI . . -._____.. _..__ 5 II 19 40 I'nknown _. .. _. ___n_ ':',07 \ of Worthington Sprinira....... A Lamb. ?__ 84.IS thence W 6 '. ft. I .1117If t 1',
Lot 1 II all NE4 .r SE' 1'0 ur ly_ __ 2II III Nn W 8 IIry.nt __ 13.57W Lots A 6. 7 .iflllk 7, 1'atton survey efW'orthinirton 1116'' ft, N Hli7j ft 1( bin __ . a 6 22 8 J Orim. .... un .... to.88
.. of IE'NE': /R NE'" ot 8W'. 85 II 19 80 Unknown ____ .Y.VIIII 10:87: ; ;: Sprintfa I ........ mho 1 nea A T.amh __ _.,_.. u81 lien at NW Cor of SWU) of NKU A: ,
St of SW'", .t NE' WI' 48f I\W' Lot I of lllk It In Worlhiniiton' Sprinnanl Thiinin fc Lamb. __.__. 211 run N ;,1(11'' (t K; a'llf. N J(11(
SEl. lean In d. In 8E ....rI: NE' >. 7 of lllk 11 In WorthmirtonSprlntr f. W :nil "a ft _.__. 33 6 22 3 J R Turimr .... .. .... '
of 8tl. __un.n_ 1 II 20 410 Unknown. .. .. ....,___ 41.74 -_ __. __ _. n___"_ 'rti. ma. & Lamb .. .._. 2.08 8'a' Ir NW, of NKU:' !>' 228 ft xiuare 8.1
SW j of SW' 'it SW'' nt SE'' u 2 II 2U bU Unknown _. .. .....?__ g.aii Lois 3. A of Dk! 12 In Worthington In SE ('ir. K M.\\< a. A 2 a. III NW
1. "r NEI, & NW'4 ot NEl & NEyof Springs u___. _.____ ___. n..... Thumaa A Lamb .__ _.. 2.40 lor of NW of !Nl-.l: lioimr 210 i I'
NW'' or S'b ut sw' ____ . __ 2 II 20 240 Unknown _--. .. ._u.... 24.57B70 Lola 10. 11. 13. 13 of Hlk 13 In Worth. u E nf NW ('or- 2 n. A M W U nfM'I. ,

W uf NE'. or NE'-, 1IEI. oe NE' inKton Stirinvn ____ .......... Thomaa A Lamb .... .._. 2.41 lm III ii. In SW ('or .strip -0
W'. "t NE'4 W'' iI'. or Loin 0. R of lllk 14 in Worthington :22H: W off K J2 NN! ( a. 31 0 22 I N AIv8 Bnay .. 10 n

SE' & NE", nr SE' ..___ ______ _ 3 II 20 Unkninu .. ?.. .. .. n'. 02 Springs __..-... -.__ '. homes A Lamb ._.. .... 2.08 ""I al SW ('or of SI\ ',, of SE', ft
1'\\ ot Nha: TIE':' or NW''. W'yof Lot 7 ...tilk\ 14 In Worthln..lnnt1prlnuo run I 1C "I", ft N "u" I W 611\ I',.., .' $ 'aft. .

NW',. _ __ ___. ..u___ 4 II 20 160 Unknown. .. .. ........ 16.83 ____.._. _._... .... W .1 McCnrmlek _. ____.. 1.42 K Htl I nr I.. ._ ... ._ _0_._ 31 6 12 10 W 0 Cnney _. .,-.".___.
S. "I N''. or 8W'' & N', or SE'46 II 20 480 Unkl. . .. .. "" ," 4'24Lot lot 1 of lllk I1 Worthington Spnnu l'n.nnyn .. .. _.__.__. 1.12 E'. or H\\ II 31 II I 90 C 1. r..II. Et. ___.._
2 N''. .or Loot .14_ __ ... 6 S 2U :UIMI Unknown .. -. ......... Ifc "0 Loin 8. 6 of Dlk 18 In Worthington N'1 of NW' ot SL:4. II 81 '. ot N\\, 4Jthl
E of NI':' &: N.W'' or 1'1.:1. _..._.. 8 II 20 120 Unknuwn .... .. ....,. ji.22 Springs: .- __.......___ Tluiman A Lamb .._,____ 208 ..t ': ', u .__ _. .- 14 I 2 ao Ins I Johnson ,-_._... 11,83
B: of NE': & SW' or SW'4 4 E4ar loOt I of Hlk 19 In 'Worthinittnn NE', nr tb.ept\ 3 a. npsre, Ira SECor

SW' &: N\\" or SE'I II 20 240 Unknown .. .. _n___... 24.57 Si.rlnmi, -.- _.__..__ ___..... Unknown .. .. __ _..._. 2.41 . .. _.. ,__ 31 I 2 aa K L Orinla __ __ ____ 14011 U
SF; "r NE'. NW'. ot SE'. &: lots II.i 4 of Hlk 10 In Worthington II a. 5q In NI Cnr nt JlE', ut II 14 I 1 llnknnwn __ __.. ______ 6$08't
:NE'4: .I NW'. It W'' of J'II ; ?4 Springs ._ .___ n____.. (nknown ..__ ._ ..,.__ 12.84' f.W r S8:\' -- - R: : 22 ::3 S A Carter -_ 10,1.0
\ I._ of SW I. SI "C..I lots I. 2 Lot 1 of frao'l Ilk 21 In Worthington ; of ',: .. ::: : : :.::::: 23 .1 II Marrow, :: :::::: 14.02:

,1bdit. _. un_ _______u_____ 10 II 20 43. Unknown .. .. .. ..__.. 44.02 Springs "_____ __ __ ___._-. Unknown .... _-_____ 2.41 SE': "r NW''. __ __ __ ... .._ 85 4 22 4'1' M'nnl 0ulgrr _. ._ .___
SW'' of N.:' ______ 10 II 20 40 Unknown .. .. .. ..... &.4:! lot 7 of ilk 23 In W,ort Springs M A flukes __ __ u_u.___ 8.011I.oIM 8\'. of NW'' II NIl ot IW'' ::111 8 22 121 C n (!10La _. ____ -- 18. :
E'of E''. ue NWI SW'. ul :.IW'. 7. H of lllk 25 in WorthinatonSprlnira of IW' I A E'I ". H,, .t. NIW, : : 22 100 . 411111 k 1
& SW'I' _ __h II II 20 1100 Unknown .. .. ...____. 40.77 - ....__-. Mr, E!: M! Petty ._______ 208 NW14, of 83 40 rn.n('aleman :_ :.:::::: 140'.1 y
F "I NW', &: SW'' W'. ot 8W4 Lola I. 2. 3. 4. of KIk 26 in Worthington W'', ur NtI (t N\', .. ... ._. 3.t a 22 20 It I. Ilpk", ._ .. _.___. 9.70 r d''{
SE'' ___ _._ u. .. 12 II 20 260 Unknown. .. .. ._____ 80.65 Spring, ( -_ __ ____._.. I.Mnnton A ChamlxrllnMr 4.00 R'b' of.tN.t' :: NW,, : 7 g 120 A 11 --.------- 18.44 9, I
I' O. SWil or NWI' __ _______.__:.__ 14, II 110 20 Unknown ._ __ ___..... 4.30 Lot r. 8, of lllk 31 In \Vorthlnntan W'y .tI: .- .:_: :: 7 20 I' W PlnUnlaar5,4\ : l,4
II' "f NW", -- __ _. -.u__... __.____ 111 II 20 80 Unknown .. __ .....___ .85tt *rinira ._..___. K 0 MtulcyMr .. .... 2.41 I'" of 5'' a, lot 644! of lot 18
L.rm al 8E cor or See. 13 & run W nnSet Lots i 1r, in of-lllk :.17-In Worlhln- lon less 12 ._.._._ .. ....... 1 20 8A.I M $huw. Jn. ___._... a4

11m', 16 chain. :N 1I.tI'"rl..,. W. 81.rIB'' ___ __ __. _____ ________ E: M, Petty _._. 7.AA $'. Ir Lot 4 _. __.____ _ _____. 1 1 2n 40 I'r Shaw __-_ ..._..
7 the 11 Ik. to Iy rl..hl..r..B) un N'k' of Lut 6 _.. _ 7 7 2n 41 f I nknnwn __ _._.h__ 112
Lot 1 .f nik :a* In WorthlnKton' Sprlnif !Unknown( _.. __.. ____ 241
thine, E aid. right--way 11rha : 'rwu a. II Cur .r Lot II n _. ,_h 7 1 110 1 Mra Annie 8lmmDn. rl
nn IE
I.ol 8 of KIk 11M In Worlhlnirlim Springs, Mm E: M Petty ._, _____ 1.42 I
Com rl 1V ur ofSW'
t", 1.J1n" IIn. 'h..n.e S en said S'., of lot :2 A nil Lot 8 of (Ilk 8U In 011 Ir I lnn RW'4
lint I" b"" in S'' "r SE'' .111 ..._ 13 a 20 N W Horn --___.________ 11.54 Worthington. Springs ___. __ __ u__ Thomni. A Iamb __-__ 0.08 In N .101. I right lt war
)0;' "r NI''' & 1'1';, or NW'. or 8'Vl,1f Frnc I Inca, or lllork. "D", "F". "U", & run N 214 W 'I I. 8 to fy o
? NW'' : . ___ 'n _"__-.14 a 110 29 Unknown _. ._ ._ .___. 20.60 "U', In W'nrthiniiton Pnrlnii ____ Thomin A Lamb .. ..... 2.14t'rll.1 ri"h of way. thence fJ .lIhl right r
NW''' of I'IW'' t. a. In S\\ Cur ... 15 II 20 86 David P Coffin .... .. .. B.6S I lllk "M" In YtorthinittonSprinit way ,. the "t "f beg In IW't. ur '

E'c ..f NE'' ,.r NW'' & w'. nr tl. __ ___ _ _. .___ _____..... Thoma & lamb _____... 400R' SW'. ._ _-__ 8 1 20 lOP Cafney .- _.... 1121 ,1
"rIW': '' & 8'' or S\\ nr NW':; of I..I H A all Lot 4-----____. T 8 20 liO Mm (harlotte Coffin .... 12.42: Cum 41., r W .t t: lint, or IW.r\ .rIW ,{
& NE'; : .t SW'' ... 1'1 a. in SWCor. N'E': :' of NW' ___ __ __. _.?______ 12 6 20 40 Miu cols Cooper __ _-_-__ 442 I N .110 .f II' rl"lt Ir
& SE' ot 8W', ex. II a. In S'.j of Lot 6 &: N'., of Lot 9--_____ It) 6 20 CO Unknown .___ .. _____. 043 way A ran' N aSI ft W : S Iv .
OE ('or. _u u_ ____. ___-______ 15 II 20 465 Unknown_ _. __ __.___ 47.118 Lot I of lllk 8 A Lot. 2. 4, 6, 8 of Blk J right .r way. thence I': on .,.11
E' of NE': of SE'' I or !NLt'. .n_____ 16 5 20 6 Thai C Iturkhart u___. __ 2.13W' 28 A Lot 2, 4, 6. N. 101,12 of KIk 80 rhh.r way In heg H a. ._.._ I 11 8 W M Lay _ .._._ 4 84
?..t NW'', &: N', or 8W' ,...______ 17 6 20 160 Unknown _. .. __ _____. 14.81 & Lots 2. 4. 6. of Blk 81, A: tot Ilk I IB W"I ('II" . W W \1 ... _uu_. ,79
5 n If, NW ('0' of OE'' .t NW'. Low 2. 3, r. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 of Luq 7. lo. .r Ill, I IB Ward CI) ._ FlonInI .. _- __ .___ 146 ,
420 ft .'1. . .n____ ._-_. 17 S 20 4 R Mil......, .__n______. 118 KIk 82 & Ixit 12 lllk 4''. A "' ,IA :i.I. Lot I .r Ilk 2 In Ward Clly .____.__ Elorona Ward u_. .ill
tot' t __ .. ._____u_____. 18 8 20 80 Unknown ._ ._ _._.____ 763 : 4. 5. 4. 7. N. of KIk 41 A. Lot 1.0' 3. 7 .f Ilk II In W.., 11y . .. W..I .. .00__ III
t14 '", "it Lot II rcvI't 6 D. In 8E Cur-. 18 6 W 8* Snrnuvl W Brown .. __? 344 24 of lllk 41: A Lot 2, H. 5, 8, 7. H a, H of Ilk 12 In Wnnl1ty _.,_ W W W.rd __ _nn_ ,
NE''. or NE'' __ _. ___ .._-___ ...2" S 2" 4U Unknown .- .. _._____ 615 n'Uk 46 A Loa 1. 2, 3, 4 A lots I I. I of Ilk IJ IB Wnr.1 ,'Ily ... Llurons Ward _. ___ 113
:N'V'' .r tlW'", _. __ .. __.__._._______ 21 II 20 40 Mr. W A Owens, _____._. 8.89 Irnc I Loa B, 6. A I.H 7. 8, ft. 1". lot S .t Ilk In W."I Cily .n_ W W Ward "'_ -. ..__u -77
Ei.of. !;E'I: I'l'' '. of SW'0 0.W'4 II. 12 of KIk 47 & all lllka 66. BIn IA.1 6. \ .r 'lilt I 11 II Ward CIIy-----. W W W.d _. __.__ 113 ;
of NW' & S'' :: nt SE''. of !'iWh_ 21 8 20 220 Unknown _. .- ____-___ 28.(16 New River .. __ ._.. __ ___.23.24 6 20 Unknown __ ._ .__ Btl 11..t 7 or Ink I IB Want Clvn.n_ fln."o Ward __ _. __._.. ,79
SW'4 or SE'. _:-_ .- ___ ___. . __.__ 23 II 20 40 Mm CharlotteCoffin ____ 8.3 1'W.r\ NW'. __ ___ 00._-________- 1 6 21 40 E W Oran. n.u. ._._.00___ 842 l.uts I I. 2. S. 6 IIlk IS II CI,_ W W Wend ..._____. 1,74 '
SEll ot SW4 ot NW'' IV 8\\1', N'yof NE' of NI':', of SWU, A E 4 a. of lot I' .r Ilk I IA In Ward Ciy. __ ____ l' Wart ._ __ ___ ,79
SE'. ex. lot I" or tllk 28: In Sly ot NW', of 8E'. .nO_.___.._ 1 6 21 14 Unknnyn _. .. ._ __ 241 lot II of 1'1 In W..I .1'I Ilrown _. ._ ____..
NW', of NE' ._-__-.______..___ 211 II 20 440 Unkonwn .__. _. 72.16 NW' of SW -- _, .. _-_______.__ 8 4 21 40 Fmplre: Lnmlier Co ....n_. 5.78 I.," I. U of Ilk I 14 In W..I Brown .... ._...._. 11. 2
I'E'. of SE' __ ___ __._-_-.u___-_ U II 20 40 Unknown .. -. .. ______ 5.42 NW of SW'/ --_ u.- --___--.___- 15 6 21 40 l> Kellcy ____._.._.._ II.USI I. 1. :, I II. I' Ilik 10 In War.1 CI, L A Ito,",, __ _u. _.__ la
NWl, ot 8W'V4' _" .__ __ ,___.__..n 26 II 20 40 John f Coffin .. _._.__ 7.06 of SW A SW of SE'. ________ 2" 21 120 I 1 II Warren .__ 12.80 Lot H IIk III In Wand' (I, .______ W W Ward ____ IQH I
NW", .t NE'1", Sty ot 8E'. 27 II 20 440 Unknown _. .. n_.___ 4411 W.j of NW' .___ _. __ _________83 6 21 IU"/ II Warren 'h__ -_"_ ____. a.72 lot .r Ilk 21 I. ward Ciy n_.. W W Want .__. ... ___ "
E'. or NE's' II 8W' ur Nt:' & S'', ofSWI I..I.1 :i A N 25 a. of Lot 1.,_________ 6 21 __ _00.. __. 15.78 Ioa 3. I Ilk 22 In Wa.1 City _.__ W W WB.I .__. _n._._ 112
01 8F:' __ __ _ _______.___ 29 3 20 BCO Unknown .. .. .. _n. 43.J< W.j if SW of NW NWU?. of 8 lot 8 Ir IIk In Ward (.ly .____ '' __ __ _._
W'.. ot 8EI, E'" of SWL-----___. 29 II 20 160 Vlrull Edwards -. .. .. .. 3H 78 SW' __ u__ ._ __-_ _____- 2 6 2 60 1IInrk Tumlier, Co _. ... 1221 WI 4i "r W'y' lr NW' A :4 ofNWS 11
'om. .t NE Co. ur Hlk a run \I 25ft N'W' of NEU' ol SW' __.__n_ ._ 2 6 10 I. T Wolf __.00___ 2.8M I hf NW' A W", "t SR'sof
to .apt.. of__ b....... thence S 85 .fta N E', of NI:'. &: 9'" of NF.',, A SK", NW' .or NW'' A W' Ir NEt'.
W 20 n.. N 00 .... E .nn.. ft. et gin of NWU &NW' of NWU' A EU .r SW's' .r NW'' SW'. of
Town of Lake Duller SOBVti II 20 Mara A Zi""I'r un__. 1.19 ot aw' __.__ ._. _____00______ 3 6 2 2Hn''Rk I.uml.r, Co __ __ __ 6471 r SIP:'. ot NW'' A Etc. lt t1 of
of LoU 16. 17 of Ilk 5 in Lake Butter 1IF:?, nf Nt:' . ____ ________. 8 6 I.unth.r Co __ _____ 11./6 NW', . ? ____. ___ I U 8fO .J I' _._.._.__. 1384
._ SO II 20 Mrs Ilattis B 19.111 \\1... or SE' or FE'S' ,. ..______ .n_ 1 6 22 "I'la. I.UI'ln __ .. __ 2.16 8W' Ir SW', lt 9W''h_ __ _. 12 2 10 Wil IIhranc
All --iilk-l'-; all Lot 44 of KIk 1 SC' or NW' ___.00 .______.____ 6 22 I.known _. __ __ ?..._ 1.01 E'3 or NW'' A N 1'1' .. "t tl of
18 N of A. C. L Ky In Lake Dul 1. of NW', "r NW' __..___....___ 9 8 1 II ,leo A Joyce ___ .u __._ IW', A F: U a. "r l+Ell; of 01W' I
LOI.II":4:2'i'f-- --.- 30 II 20 Mra. Hattie B McDonald_ 2.98 : .t N\I,. or NW',. .. .__. .__..10 8 2 !''nknnwn __ ? n.. __.. 11,2 I''t NW'. ot SE'", lose 4 .. Its '
; lllk 3 UcHinnty Addor E': of .t SE", or NW'y ________.10 8 2 In I I', Tucker ._ _. ... .. 43. ('ur SW' Ir stJ'' Nt'j ofSEI
New Lake M'Ki' __. ; 30 II 20 Lake Butler Ice EJoe Co 10.78 E'of: SW' ot SE', _._____________ 11 6 : 20 J I Spencer ._ __. 2.111 ;' lt :' & H'" or NEt, ot e"SE'
Loa 27, 2S of Hlk 3 In ; ; ? idd: W' vr EI.: nr IEI. & .:' or WI.of :' h.o.I s.n Nt: (0'_. . 13 H J2 Uraklyn, Land Co .. _._.
or New Lake Butler -.- 80 II 20 D E XniltIt 00 ___un__. 1112 I'E', A '; NE'. tlE'._. 1 8 22 110 Inknnwn .. _. _ . 12.26 All of SW', ef NY'' N II 21.. A 11& 21Hf
Lots 8, 4of lllk 4 In McKmney Addor NW'' or SE' __ ___.__ 6 4n _ 8.21 all Stl.' .r :', S In Nt:
New Luke flutter-_____.__. SOLota 8 20 Unknown -- .. -- -----. of NW', SWIG-- -- U 6 2: 20 l'nknwn, - _00... .. 2.711 "nr .r S'' of NE'; nf. ":'... __ . U 8 22 l'nklnwn _. _. _...._ 1181
1. 2 of Blk 13 in II. L. New. of Ey? r. F, of iW', A Eih 2 ". In NW ('..r.r IIWI of NW' __ 1 8 22 2 Lale _. __....
so ma add to Lake Butler______. 30 8 20 Jltra V 0 Scarhorouwh -- n 2 88 :of E'. ot I "r SE''.__________ 12 6 22 20 Unknown __ ... N'. .r NW' "r NEL: . W'. A hWS. 1It 11

Lot 11 N of Ky in T E. Dekle ...- N\', of NE' ot IIW' ________u__ I 6 22 1'1 Unknown _. __ __ 3.O. .t I y4 . -,___, 1 4 22 880 '1" Clnybm _. __ _...__
Harry W'Illiema _____.
lake Butler . 81 8 24 .811 SE'' __ 4041
end odd to : ot SE'1 ut NW? A NE'. ot NE' IW' N. .r -, -.- ; 9 2 210 N f' ...._.
4 a. In SW r 0' of N'" of Lot ..___- 81 6 20 4 Mro C A Knight thelnl.4.311 of 8\'. _.__ ._ _._ ________u__ I A n 20 J. Eva lyon _. ___.... 1281 I : .. ot II"r IF', A II ', ut 8tI" 1 M All I'nkn..wn.Clllh..n _u.. _. _._.__ 10"0
I 1.ou 9. 10. 11 In Townnend. add I to Luke tt 'ly ur Ely: or Sf:' ot NW'---_.___ 8 22 10 .. __ 4.71\ W'y' or NE': .r ,___u _... ___ : I 2: 20 Mtehelt.---- 151
Butler -_ _ _" 8I 5 20 J l'nknown C TarvIn ._ _: :::::: 8111 N'. or 1W'. or SE''' n_ _..______ I I 8 2 :u I'ot.r"t.I.: fYln".ton_, n u h_ 14,48 SW' of Nh'; A 'Ints' 1.2.8. 4 ._. 2< 2:11 M.I"M.n Mfg ('0 ::_: _::: :
N.... of Nt':: &: N'j' of NW 31fCVU 6 !20 160 -- -- 18U SW'" ' of NEL, 02 Mew Cell. Cart.r 4,80S' w.. "r /\1.' ANA;'. of A SES4 .le
84 5 20 160 Unknown_ -- .______n_ 19.54 :,to : er SW'S tN T-? :::::: 17 : 22 ; Nnney' 11ovia ::: 4,50SWL or '" .n.. ..- .. __. ._ ..23 8 21 180 Colntnhla Farm Land Cor a

Com at"8W c.-or,1.' of SEU' A "r :' _... ... ____._ _._____. 1 II 23 40 __ _: 1.06 NW'' lr NW', ' nh ? 23 N 22 41 II h ('I.tu. ._ .. I.I
run N 1C ch.. to Road thence SE NE' ot _-_ ___ -__. 1 II 2 Annie 1".Mld__ _ 11.42 1.1. .SW'I' nt Nk': A Not NE41 u
along said road 2d'j' ch to S line Com at NW Cor ot land owned byEltlra le xeept I" .. in Il': L'or __ __. 24 I 2< $o Jams Mlmrnl.h ._ __. 10.68 '
of add 4i a? thence W on said line King oa E dde ot Ry A HI' or NII' Ira II a I. Nt Cor .
18 ch.. to bwlnnmir ___ .__.... 17 I 21 It W E V.brou"h -_ -_ .:-- 665 run t: al right angles to ..10 Ryto H':' . NWI,. NN4 ot 84W', ,
All NE' of NW', N of A C L Ry. )Iro, Florence Cobb -.. -- P.11 E line or II.... 21 A th nce on a EEt'. 01 8WI. I Ira II .. In 8t: j'Cnr

Com. at NW Cor of NE'. of Stuft .aid ,' 10 center SI.. thence W on -_ .___ ____ .. .__ 24 8 22 In Brooklyn land ._ 19.11
run 8 604 ft tn a Pt of be,. thenceE said In. to III'. thncn 9 along ky.a SWI'. "r 1.:'. __ h__ -_. __ . 26 8 2a 40 nnknnwn. .C___.___ 496
210 ft, 490 ft.W 75 ft. NSft nt or boo" In t:'. 01 NEL. u. Gds 8. 6 __ hn_. _ _. I I 2< 11(4 MIros. Mfg ( ___ 7,95
W 85 fft N 82 ft to be* 18 I 31 S W TMs .. .. .--. 1.40 such ,lot. 0' 'nsreels havvn'C.rtlfor. 1 fIF:% ot SE'r4 -._ __.____. .___ _._ H 1:1 40 Unknown_ _._ _. __00_ I.U
Com at SW ..f land owned by C. II. Caon torn drIed .. -- -.-_ I I U 1 Guon _. __ _..__. or It;' I "tt:',. or aw' 1..810
run a 11 ft. thence In an 8E'. ot 6 lt H 3 W 11 Temples Lula 1.9 seem, .. ... .. _--. 1 1:0 10 Hardy 1'I""u __ .. ._.. 1044
easterly direction 105 ft to SE Cor of a sub-div 2'.I.. .. .- --------. I U 3 J.nnl. .. I II a. .r ft:.", ot IW'. __ _n_ 10 10 Unknown_ __ __
I FII. "- .n
aid land, ,lhenc in a we.Urly direc.tlon It 2 W & ell F.: .6 N W Ityn/ N'i' o lot. 1 all 11.1
105 ft lo pt of bolt In W '" of Al1Iktl S\1 : ; lying in NWL: r't.rl Lots 2 A _. 1 20 II Mrs Annie 81"no. ._ .. U
MC' of NE'' _..__-___;- 18 8 28 F.rp .... ..--. I.PS NE': ..' I. Temples 8'", Iws Ity ngh4 of; 'w j'6-1 hsa 1

mom loll ft NW from, center of Ry suboliv. 6'r ... _ . -_00_____ 2 6 2: 7 Jsnnle 51,1. __ _.___. 9.115 I lot 6'1 foUnr, rt on N ., fly
tracks. on '/, land line dlv. the gE'. S'. of SE'' or SW', .__n__. 6 :2 10 John (... .n_ __ ._ _. 43tIy fur ('.I.r."l church ._ .. -___.. 18 1 20 Si J I Shaw .. _n.._. 12.41
of NE'.. thence N on said line 42 n. arm .t NW cur ot Cenar 8t. ALawtey .. 1 AW'4 .r N.; ', & NE4. or NW4. ANE'
ft. thence! E par with Ry 85 yrt.. and Stark. public road A ,f ot II.'I. NW'or SE'i;' ___._. 1 1 20 16U Inknlwn __ ._ _. __.
thence S par with land lm. 42 ft run W along tad, I'It' l10 rt NE4, .r !., .E I .. In NWS, ofNWS IO.BI
thence w' an .___. 22 7 20 1'nknos'n .
Intenectinx Ry lands lands owned by'i D ..".- -- --- 82 . .. __
"beir .nid land 1 lyln t man r..rntrly N along .aid land 260ft N III a. of tt: .t Ht/, n__..__._.U 7:0 38 Mlchlll __ _. __ __ 1.0
betweenpBy.f depot A land Hold to E thence Easterly 4'1'1' to ,.I Une A. ::1" P. .r !'oW Cor ot NWS. .4
kite and" now owned, bv Mr Nellie road thence a mad t In Templar .. "r RW'1.I Iwing 210 tt a'.r. __._ 4 1 21 1 Jl Nellie 1.0D
Sapp In W'. of SE' of NE'--$ II 2t Lein EPP _.____ .. .--- .01 "b.hv 2' 5 II_"I nU____2 122 9 Jo Morris __ .. _ FE'", .f NP.", u. .. _..__. __.._ I 1 II 4'1 11. : .'J.I"hll._ __ U''_ 4,4'.1 I
N Lit of 1>//W'i, of NEU II 1.3 .. also .. .1 JlW ant ..r SW's' or : .2 8W' A W''. "r SE4- __.. ._ __ 8 1 241 lnknoWI _. 21.27
com. at NE cor of NE' of NW' S 7n ,,.. E 1'"' N 8W" .. 5II',. .r NE'' -- -.. -. ____ 1 1 2L 40 1,1. J Ifellwrger...__ I."
A run W 1.12 >'01.) S H* 2-3 ,.1.. E;; I r,1e to "t of yeo" 23 4 22 Bii sne Cox SW' ..r Nf' _... _n_ __...__ 8 7 21 40 10knuwn. ._.. .___. I
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: -
132 ydn... N IH :2-1 to be... 4 a.__--. 20 II 21 11 a C Sapp ._ ____u.__-_. 8.2$ NI-a Y 111 SEI'. ot SW'4? or 9W?I. except .1 11' . ... S"' "f 6EV ofNE'AI U 1:1 140 : Iln.l. _. .. _-_... -1 ...I.ISE

1 1.3 ..,f NW of NE' -10 -II: a. also W I'' .. a .___..__ 23 9 22 4 f Harms _ ._ .._. '.1 lr RE's' -_ __ .______._____ I : 40 VnknDwI u ._ _. __..__ '.4f
com at SE cor of NE', of NWH I 8W' or fJ'' ,\ SE' . ... ____ U IJ:: JI Na Williams -_ _ ',1 NI4t'f' : 51: : : of tN t : SEyy 21 80 A M.. -. __._ .. '
run N 118 1 :--.I y'..U. W 132 y.1.l a b N' of of N\\ r, ._____.._ 4 27 20 C Ward _. ._ __... jr: W +y :
146 2-.I y.l.. E 182 ydn to bei.. 4 a__ 20 II 21" 11 A T farp! __ __ __u_----- 62. N%" 01 IEI' of 8E', -. ..___.__. I 6 22 AO J. Sarlingg4..___. 1.1 8.1 A t.' J MW'", of Nt?. .._-_.___ 12 I 1 IL 81 C A nw.n" .- . I
13 1-3 a. nl,ox. 1 10 A Nt: ..r NW' NW"f NW' or't
S 1.1 of NW' .if NFU nf NW' ot SW'' _2J 6 2. Swallow ----- "
. 5 a. In SE; Cor. | II 21 45 J It tvainwriaht Norman .nn___ 7,39SW ,. or SE' _. ._ -. -_ ..- III 2.1 40 Unknl" n -fopkl.. __.. 1.118 81 ; __.. __..... 16 17 21 1 If if Spencer _ _
or NW'. _ ".. II 21 4q J E ------- I: ON I'E',. Cor 01 W , : '.W'.. of 1\' >,r NW'. A E''. .f SWy .16 7:1: Unknown _. __ . I.
Arthur Ii Alv... __ ____ "E .
1 "
"SWU" II 21 "f of SE4 "
of'sW' III
of ,
One. A. In NW Cor. -- pr' NES, r m ;I' I rl 10" : : \otNE" ,
. .. __ II A 21 411 Arthur H Alvarra' __._ --- I" 't7Lot. ,. .\ FP, I"J, \ of ,IA 7 21 Il 0 t'n LM w .
8E' SE''' _, .f Iw t1. n O ft 1 1IA ' -
", :? n. I I..r n a. in NE', of"NEU',.: 1 II 23 Il1:11ra: Sallie :tIRlphll" ._._ 'Is\2.6-$. I I N pt 245 ft t E inn; "ft tn 'heir ... 2* 6 22 Rlcho"! Roynol'b - S.20V , ?f ;: ': ; aW4, : : 17 o 21 .i E i'j'as : : .
S' _.__ __ .. . .-_ __ ___ .. ... I 5 ::1.1 820 Enln: W 8tnullry ------:- a.7" Com on N line of onE H'' of hWlf of W'4 .___ 17 2 1'
;S'lNr; .__ __ .___ __ _- _-_ _ :2 1S:3: $40 Euln I W Maulley ..___. 1 silo of tW8E' on W I ,r SW'V of 81. u.n 11 1 20 J P Tony
_ ___ .___ 8 11:1: 40 R'L .. Co ____.___ 6.1,4 W' f NE',' of A 1 IB !NK
: !;' of SW'4' __.u___ _.. _. Sleek aid St 70 ft E 210 ft. N 7u ft. W a
1..1 34 In Woodlawn __.- _____ 10 II III 10 Unkn Sarling--.---- II I"I fi to b-B _._ _ _. ____ 2J Eo' .nxr . :1 I. n Nwl! of 81'. ._n. JB 1 21il 21 E\n E RjiM' r
r I'W' 0' J'tI; & NE' ot"jawW4 ..- IJ IS 2i !to Carrl. B .---- 211 at SF: for of l.WIi, of SWU A .1. M"r : ..__ ..._. 45 7 40 N !I' CAoth.'n I ,(
I &! of !NEU A SSU!: of NWU! "I W :, ftN .3.tNEcotf,8904 J W' .f 8WV, __._ . _.. __ ._ 2 7 22 "0" M On', "-
8\\11' nr !''IF.' ___ __ __ - 1.1 II 2:1: 120 Unknown ---- .. .- -" ft thinee? B I 174 fl. 8 902 ft lu SF of Nwvi .____________ _..1 1 a 40 H A C*. er
I '' of SWof ___ __. _.. a 7 f nlel . ,. -
N'. uf Ely ort tiE', ot NEW' & W' .of Also! certain I..e. H of Mr Ugarkman 40 ) M viUnkno
RE' of NI!;' S n.1 ot IIWDf W at By In EU otI Iw 5.. In NE Cur .... a 1 22 38 "
JI\\I', V N'of S'Vof $W44 of _. ..._ .1 I'I t1 I I.; r,, . I .' n __ .. ._._. a 1 M 40 W WMr , .
SW' A W'' .. .f !SE'' of SWft A I Lotn't,, .of"-! 3'In_fltarie'I.___..-.- 1 J .'. _. "--.----- wJ1 ..., of I1\-fa NWU of 8U. . ....: 4 T 24_ 80 Cam u.i_ .5 -_ -. -- ...r
"fFi: "r S-W A W'-j of Siark-.... A \ .__n_-_ IB 78 I I. .
NK'SEU, i I ,Uitu 6, 7. of lllk 10 m 'I ( Continued on 1'a o )
s'E' '. *' ....... ,I J.n' Maude ll.rfman .. 11'>
"I SEU' .. n:7 i : II.< 1 In S'arke___._.. .
6EU __.___._ _____. ___.._ ___.__ 12 S 22 130 Unknown I. ,


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'G t r\or: EIGHT --- -

nft' ---- Mr. G. B. Colson -was- a visitor to Gainesville and Alaihuu Teusday. I he bus' accepted a government con Dr. Middleton spent :MI r t

> ........_ ,,- Ncn River last Sunday afternoon.Mr. 'I Dr H. A. Wills, of Greenwood! and tract as master painter in a shipbuilding Monal Tuesday Jacksonville >t' ,it-

i I ____ .,mss ""D ; G. B. Colson and Hubert Rouse S. 11. mitch, of Blitchton, spent Friday plant.
f 1 II L" were visitors to Luke Butler last Friday at the Turin. Dr. hutch was accompanied n. F. Andrews, formerly of Hope Regular: communication ,

afternoon. by his son Lunis, who was (Hull, is now employed in a shipbuilding i Lodge No. 129 will D(. h, dOt'

I' News terns .Mrs. N. I). Johns, of New" .River, returning from Jacksonville, after I plant at Jacksonville, as ship car- .i night. Much Important !1111"i I

F County was in our town on business last Saturday having enlisted in the navy. I penter. Ibe considered

I Ii !Mrs.V.. H. IJeevis, of Marianna Mrs L. A. Odum arrived from ;Miss Cozine Walter,son '<

i ;Mi L. Gainey made a business trip is ,visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Becvis.UOODLAVtN :Montgomery, Ala., Tuesday, and will for Gainesville where she h., ,, tJ

lat.rutln fact Gathered During the Week by Our to Worthington last! Sunday afternoon I make her headquarters at Hope Hall, ed the normal school.

i Regular Correspondents.I' Mr. Joe Surrency, of Pine Hill, was' ) PARK where her time will be devoted to the : Carl Johns, of Starke. w "i .
t i uI
in our !burg last Sunday afternoon.Mr. interests of that Institution. I nl'SS'isltor here today.

1t I.i I. I and Mrs. P. Colson and two I Woodluwn, June 11.-Messrs Clinton Major L. A. Odum left Monday for Mis. S. A. Saxon returned .

t I children, Wynona and ]Howard, spent Rowe and D. L. Phillips were Lakeland in the intersts of rescue after extensive a0 ve.terelay
: for them Sunday here with Mr. and ;Mrs I. W. I I business visitors to Jacksonville on i I \ i 1- ; W1.t
felt ; work.
i 1.wny: in ins present we sorry I II i I datives in Anthony.
r i' J floor would Pmholster, Jr. : Thursday. Alderman of Lake But1l'r,1
the .
wished G W. ,
have I j
I' \ I they must I i Aunt Tiercy Roberts is on the sick Mr. K.: Grim, of Lnwtey, was a I II I visitor here Tuesday. We regret to report the ', ,II, ,- ,illness .
l I Lnwtry. .tune !I-\I: : ,r. ni;d :\lr..1.I open, und swallow them up. I II 'business I visitor here Saturday.Mrs. I I was a pleasant of Mrs. Harriet Haym 'I'n"
of Lawtey were called list at this writing. Little Miss Carry Ma Allen, of i irtushnell I II a
j'[ > n. Randall rilumcd home last week I The citizens Saturday last by the ;Miss Olga Ward left Monday for ,I ; S. H. Thompson and son, h'ey.were airived here this morning finite ill at this writing.
," from Washington I D.) ('., when theyspent together on visitors to Lavvtey Sunday.Mrs. I _
she will
'f I the busi- Jacksonville, where spendsome H
: their son,, School Trustees relative to I and is the guest of her grandparents
with home
I returned
; several days! J. P. Norman
J to 1''rnnctMr. -. iit-ss of choosing u principal for the time. Mr.: and Mrs. J. Allen. SERVICE' MEN TO HIDE;
} ,7' .11 llov\nr L I is roan to go of bthool. As u result of Mr. Lewis Thomas! of Cooter Pond, : Saturday from Wildwood, after spending NiMvsom Witt and Kroadus Hal'din,1 CHEAPER: ON
I Hawkins, of next: term I RAUHO\is\,
: and Mis. (inude several days there ,the guest! of .
visitor to town last Mon
; was a
t Blackburn was
f + Jacksonville were guests of :Mr and a secret ballot I'rof. ,' I relatives. of Jacksonville, spent!' Sunday
i\ r, K \III:II Mrs It. It.I Thc-dc- ic-appomted. Hay exercises were up- day.Mr.! and Mrs. A. A. Hazen and Messrs. J. S. Norman and D. N. their James parents E.: Hart here., of Edgefield, S. C., Soldiers and sailors on furl, ,,nj
j I' Miss Lois. Terry returned home on Children's I ''Howe were attending business in : t traveling at their own cxpcn .
: GraceM. children motored to Worthington I ?
at here .
observed Sunday visitor today.The
was n
\ I I';,: Wednesday of last week from Luke oprmtely afternoon.Mr. I'I'I :Macclenny Tuesday. j given special passenger nit. ut
k church. A special program was Sunday I lends of Jonathan Grin-
with K: many .
City where sho spent sometime :Mr Eoelus. Green, of Jacksonville, one cent a mile, under an OKI
left '
,i : School and Roy Thomas last Mondayfor I 'I'd
I j rendered by the Sunday I I I er Jr., are glad to know that he is rapidly General .
Director McAidcome .
rilutivc-H.' Starke where he will spend a few visited his home here last Thul'sday.I by '.e..
: considerable credit is! due the organist, recovering, after undergoing a
Mrs. KoKcoe Sapp returned home on Mr. and Mrs James Browning and I 1 I effective as soon a1n.,
r}" where she :'olrH.Inmie; Lou Edwards:: and :Mrs. days. I I serious operation Tuesday at St. 'incent's try
I I, Setw'day from Jacksonville their woikin Mesbrs. A. A. Hazen and II. P. children and neice, Miss Mo/.ell: forms arc printed and ill' i': ,'ed.
Hi-vrral with her husband, Alfred Kvcnden:: for i funeral of their hospital, Jacksonville. This fare will be allowed
Ij days I H'owningattendt'd, the '
j I'
visitors to set
I training:' the children. The pastor gave I Gainey were I I Th< many friends of11'; and ;\Irs.I .
" who is employed in the shipyards. last Monday. nephew and cousin, ;Mr. Wilford I agents on presentation of a i.
the need of education I H. Harrell of Bnnson Ga., congratulate
I 1.. 'I' Mrs Marry Diesing, of Jacksonville, it special talk on collection was taken up I I Mrs.: Alma Surrency, of Old Bradford Brown, at Emanuel Sunday. Wilford ,I B. them, on the arrival of u from the commanding (,tfl,1', i i
und special
I'' 1 j I was visiting her parent near Lawteylast to Ite foiwured to the board of education I was in our town attending to was the son of Mr. and Mrs T. B |I I daughter, born June 11th. The plan, arranged to muk i r' ,'wt
I.- week. 'I Browning, who made their home here for soldiers and sailors .
I' the Methodist Church. These : business last Monday afternoon 1 I Revival will commence at to \i" ,"??
; J. Phillips of services
O. -
r } Messrs.. S. Noiman funds are used to maintain Methodist I Mr. Rand Crews of Camp John- several years ago. Later they moved the Baptist church next ;Monday evening homes before going oversi-ii. .,?
j .: Woodluwn, were in Lawtey I ston was in our town last Sunday. I near Johnston where they have made :' proposed by a resolution .
i colleges and assist by means! of cash i and! continue indefinitely. The p. ''I : ,In
They I
'tt,. '. Friday en route to Jacksonville. ( loan. worthy young men und women I I'tIr.! C. M. Andreu was in our town their home. Their many friends here public is cordially invited to attend! congress. It will apply aln,.' Ifl.,
0 \ also visited 'amp the church desirous of la Friday morning. I nympahtize with them in their loss. these services corn and enlisted men.
f' : i Volley and, ]Itaus Andrews, of LnkeButler members of Mr. Seeb Newsom, of Pine Hill, I :\Ir!!. K. D Davis was a visitor to I, ,
, were visitors last week at the obtaining n college War was in our town last Sunday Lnwtey on Monday afternoon -
of the Willing I
I '\ homes-of their uncles and I aunts Mr. The orgnni/ution held their semi-monthly Mr. R. T. Osteen attended, the funeral I MM. Edward Howe and children I ........................................... .......
and Mrs. John S. and Mr. and Mrs. Workers Wednesday of Mr. Albert Pinholster at New of Glenn St. ;Mary, is here, the guestof
f the on .
meeting at parsonage C
11. Andrews her father-in-law; D. N. Rowe.
I River cemetery last Friday.
r Maj A. M. Van Dyke left last Friday ultrrnoun. Under the leadership Miss Ilene Oliver, of Pine Hill, was! I Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was a
'1 for Cincinnati; Ohio, hm former of Mrs I Kvc-nden these young people visitor here Sunday.
.f last : afternoon.
' in town Monday
':. j home. )His health has been very )poorly are doing their part toward winning Mrs. F.. B. Andreu, of near here .-- -" ; Lard 24 I-2e. !i
r s the war. RISING; ITEMS::
L: I I'i relatives.of late, so he went back to be near --.- ----- was in our town shopping last :Monday. : (

afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Holland Thomas, of near
Dr. E. L Biggs viis a visitor to { II UK'r INI'ALL
C. Newsom, of Pine Hill, was Brooker, visited relatives in this sec- .
t 1 Jacksonville the first of the week FROM VICIOUS HOUSE.
:i visited in our town last Friday afternoon. tion from Saturday until Monday, and : :
rw: If. \V. Burney, of Jacksonville, Lewis and Pin- .
!I. Messrs. Carl Guy while here she attended the Jackson s>
j relatives in Lawtey several days Lnwtey, June 7.;Mayor W. E. Tor- holster visitors to Worthington
were Norman .
I wedding.Mrs. o We have bought 125 tubs of the highest !
lust woik.Max from
t- ode was thrown last' Sunday afternoon. C. p. Hearsey and son, Jesse, s>
: Wimbeily, of Highland, was horse. at his stables yesterday morning Mr. W. P. Byrd of Graham, was in
t< ]" I of the Swift creek section visited relatives grade of compound lard, which for a limited :
visitor to Lawtey Sunday. unconscious for severalhouiH :
r.. t a and was i our town last Saturday here Saturday and Sunday, attending -
; / I Mills )Dora) Clark, of Waterouk, was und this' morning he is in a Misses ;Mamie Scott and Elizabeth the Jackson-Norman wedding. : time we will sell at the very low price<< of 24 1-2 :

( visitor to Lnwtey Saturday. serious condition.. It was thought for Lowe of Alachua, passed through our
Those from Staike who attended the
}I ;Mrs J. T. Moore was a visitor to a time that his buck was broken, but': town last Friday en route for Jack- I Jackson-Norman wedding were, Mr. : cts. per pound. This price is by the tub of 45 i

': i I Jacksonville Friday. examination has not yet
,. ,; I i !Miss Grace Skipper and 1 brother, I a been thorough made. His. many friends hope I sonville.Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and song! T.Ned P.Wills.I'roctor and family and Mrs.. .: pounds, and the price will probably never come .:

i' I Couitland of Live Oak are spending that it will not prove serious. Rosier, were visitors at the home of |I III' :Mr. Ed. Asburn visited A. L. .Jack- as low again. :
, ,1 a few clays with their uncle and aunt, Mr. Torode was carried to St. Luke'shospital !\ and Mrs. J. Crews, of Old Bradford lion Sunday afternoon. =
f' t ;Mr. and !Mrs. E. E. Burney. : i
this afternoon,
Jacksonville, last Saturday afternoon. Mr. Emory Lewis, wife and little
Miss I.. Londholtz visited relatives where an X-ray examination was |, Remember Sunday School every daughter visited Mr. and ;Mrs. E. J. i

i' .', I in Jacksonville on Thrusday. made, which revealed that while his Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at the Lewis Sunday and in the afternoon I YOUNG TRADING COMPANY I i iI
:Mrs. Damon Wateroak, was visiting broken. j
back was injured it was ;Missionary Baptist church and at :1:30: j I they visited at Mr. and Mrs J. E.
v relatives here Saturday. lie is reported to be resting) easy in in the afternoon at the Free-Will'' Normans. :

'' i' Mr. Albert Moseley left for Jacksonville a plaster cast, with every prospect of''' Baptist- church. Everybody is cordially -' ;MrsV.. G. Brooks and little daughter Starke Florida.
' last \vrck, where he will her :
, complete recovery. invited to
a come. visited her parents, !Mr and ;Mrs.' I ,
the A. C. L. Ry., shops. '-- '
employed in
*r ;Miss Catherine Dukes, of near Graham :M. J. Alvarez Sunday and attendedthe
Mr. L. L. Sapp came over from BROOKIIU I1TMS.: I spent' a few days with her sister wedding.S.lMl'SON. i

I Jacksonville and spent Sunday at Brooker. Mrs. Emily Abbott, the first of ----..----- .....4 4 .................
revival I > > 4>++4>+4>4)4>4>..4>..............
home here. the week. : ( NEWS NOTES
i Mr. Ed. Clark, of Worthington, was meeting will begin nt the 1'iee-Will ---- ----

4 the guest of his sister, Mrs Jesse Baptist church next ;Monday night.It ;MISS WHrrnX: EXTF.tT.\ISS Sampson, June 112.-;Mr. IInlIrs.; NOTICE.

'f Reddish\ the first part of the week. will be conducted by Rev. J. A. YOUNG PKOPLE: OF It.\1FORD.Raiford Jim Sas or, of Carbur, and Miss; King .

Messrs. T. D. Weaver and Henry Dlunton, of u"ency. Ga. Everybody of Starke, are visiting ;Mr. and ;Mrs. DESCRIPTION See T. U. A. OWNER 1>0 l ,,',
,r ) Bennett\ were visitors to Jacksonville cordially invited to attend these ser- 1, June 12.-!Miss Perla Whit- Dan Sasser this week. W''J of I;)':'. of SE'i' & SEt of SnV
: 4 01 5N':' 4 7 22 80 ,
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number of her "-- Webster
+) Sunday. V IC08. ten entertained a Mist Florence Walker, of Hastings, i of'sw l _..__I'.II.I"
W' ut NVV, 4 7 22 1 20 Unknown) __ __ __ .
Mrs J. H, Dye and title J. B. Jr., of Mr. Smiley PinhoUter, of Jacksonville friends ;Monday evening in honor of visited :MMM Ethel Kaulerson a few W'j of NE'i' of NEI, & NWVi of
'{ Jacksonville; are spending a few days was the guest of Miss, Marguerite I Miss\ Leila Byrd, of Lnwtey. days last week Nr.i: lu>. 4 a. in NW Cor ___n___ 5Pen 7 22 08 Dr Mo J Huiberutr '_
Jill ft E of NW Cor of NWor!
hereat the home of Mrs. Dve's part :Shii-ver::; here last Sunday. Among those enjoying the evening :Miss\ Kathleen Alvarez and Harold! N E'S & run S 210 ft. E 4JO ft N

>- l'nts.I! ,'. oral Mrs. A. M. Blnnchard. Mr nnd Mrs. L. Hodge and little wore: Misses Leila Byrd, of Lawtey; Wall of StaiKe spent two days of 210 ft. W 4JO to pt of beg--------- S 7 22 2 Mill Itobcrson __ _
t Mrs. Nellie Rheinool of Jacksonville daulrtl'rIildrl'd.! ; und Mis. Hicks Helen N'aunght, Dora Johnson Flos- I F'. of NF.' of NEti' __________. c 7 24 20 Jan Clnrk- -. .. __
last Wt'ewith\ Gladys and Guy Pres- SE4 ____
.; k at ; Sin:J of NW" of E of Hy B 7 2J 8 Joe Johnson __ .. __
) ti is n visitor, nt the home of 1\Ir'l were visitors to the State Farm lIe ne'nollh'l'sta Reynolds, Vivian Ono a. on N end of the WU.; of NW'l'\,

J. ,r I and Mrs J. C Byrd. ; Raifoiil last Sunday. Graham: Minnie Denmark nnd Messrs; cott.Mr.. 1:. T. Htidce: and Mr. Sasser ,of. NC' K of |{y __..____ ____ gOni 7 22 1 Hiirrlit. Oilom __

, ; :Mr. J. I'ViI..on: was transacting loy: and Willie Lewis, of Arcadia, Clarence Hitch Tate Denmark, Avery were in !'tnrkl' Saturday. NE'n In. W NW of Cur Hy of_nn Wa__of__ NW'l_n_t I_of__ 8 7 22 1 Burton IVIcRao __ ,U

Iii 4. business in Jacksonville Friday. me spading this week hero with rel- Tison, Herbert Ritch, !Shepherd !Moore, :Mr Wjcoff, of Cordele, Ga., is Heir -' ch. 8 of NW Cor of NCll of -

'*' t. Mr. N. Starling; was a visitor to ntivog. and Alfredo Ferrnn, of haven, Cu woiki ;in 'he G. S. & railroad of- SW'.. ,W&10 run ch.S to 3 ehn.bin. E less 10 VA clot.1 N a-8ch.
.:. t Starke Saturday. Messrs. H. 1'. Gainey and L. Morgan ba. ficn. i Wycoff expects to be here 2 n. ---_____ _____. ..______u__ 8 7 22 2 Mary Joiner __ __
Next l ISunilny; is Father's Day and were visitors tit New River last I' Personals only fc. ;ew days. Swat of N\Vi it S'. of NVV" of t-H\ 8NC' 7 2J 60 .Jim Clark __ __ -
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of NC', & NW'
of SE &
N''t \ an appropriate service is. being planned Tuesday. ,. W. S. Valencia spent Monday in ;Miss Bertha Sloan and Hampton MT ..r SIP: __ .___n. .. _%__n_ ,os'j 7 22 120 'Rul! Bras __ __ ,'
I >, for the morning at Grace M. E. :Mr Mark demons, of Tine Hill, Jacksonville. Jones arc visitors to Watertown this of NE'1' of SC", ___ u_ ___un__ 10 7 22: 40 Tnltnoun' __ u u ,
* church. If me n father or interested was! the guest of Miss: Maude: Shaw Misses; Loca and Gt'rtrulendt'rson, I S>h'' of M;', ncint 10 a. In SW Cor 10 7 22 40 Levi TthoiUn __ n
you I wet-V! 7(1\ they will be the .
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111. l III a in 11Cor of SK' of NE'1.: loN'.j 1 7 J2:. 10 fnnl Rhii'lt-n __ _
;;. { in jour father enough to honor last Sunday.Mr. I'returned home from Madison where guests of Mr. and ;Mrs. W. E. Jones. of NI';' A NE of NW'i. &

J. him living or dead you are requested : K.: J. Ward, of Jacksonville, '': they hove been attending the Flor- ;Mr. Henry[ Brown was vsiting relatives SW'S', .of of NE'SWii,' & I'-h', _____uu._. 11 7 22 360 Paul Bro u _
& SWtof'Nlv' ', of
J. to be present at \that service. 10:30: spent Sunday here with his family ,, ida Normal Institute. in Lake Butler Saturday. _"-- u__ _u__ _n_____ 7 22 ISO T'nknown ._ :
_ a. in. !Special, singing. i I :Mr. G.B. 'olson made _a_ business. :I Lacy Cason was in Luke Butler on ;Mr Lcm Brown made business till -__ --_ n_.Y ____i_____ ________ UNIV 7 28 610 Paul Broa u__ -. 'i
i. i.'t ii nn treat in store trip .to Hampton wClnes'laY'1 Monday evening. trip to Staike one day last week. .\ .nn. ___.___.-. _n____._._______ 14 7 ijt. 640 I'aul Hro __ :"t
'?t S "<.r those who will attend the morning morning: I Mr. Alfredo Ferran, of Havana, Mr. Joe Finly who is visiting in E'. of NE'4 A<< NWV of NE', ft NElof '/,

g service lit Grace M. K.: church next Messrs. Hailey and Fred Ilazen Cuba, is visiting friends here this Starke, wns here, to see friends and NW' A Why! of SW!, A SI;',, IS 7 22 400 Paul rtro ____ __ I'll''
SE'' of SW' u______ u__ ?.__..__. 16 7 22 40 1'nknown------- '
A Sunday week, June 23rd. It will take were busincs vistors Worthington II I week. relatives Wednesday.. SW', of SEit:C __________ .. ______._ 17 7 22 40 Unknown __ __ liI+
I 1 on the form of Woman's" Patriotic last. Sunday afternoon Brady Rosier was attending to business .-- Com at SE Cor: of S.. 19 an run W -
r service, the first of its kind ever given Miss Rosa! Surrency, of Fine Hill, Worthington Springs :Mon GATOR BEND NEWS 8M ft. N SIS 3-10 ft, to a pl. of
boa thince N 216 8-10 ft. K 11)5) ft
L, '. : in Lawtey. The pastor, IIov. Alfred was the guest of her cousin, Miss Inez "day.Miss S> 105 ft. E aid ft. ',,0 ft, W
: Invention: has appointed the following Abernathy, here I last Saturday nfter : Helen Naunght spent the Gator Bend June 11.-Those attending 440 ft to pt of UK in sown of .
{ I( week-end She llnmpton, ____ _,__ u__ u__-__. 19 7 22 D W Swindle __ ___ Jll
\ committee of ladies who will have in Lawtey. u
was accom- church at Shakerag last Sun- N'/a' of NEIgt" SWt, of NEV, & Sly -- -
'; .' l charge of the service: Mrs Alfred noon.Mr.. Muricll on the sick list again panied home by Miss Leila Byrd, of day were :Misses Sadie, Olga and Erie of Nt' of NWi, !.. :4. a, In SH .

' Hvemlen.: Mrs. J. n. Randall Mrs. JI| this wpek. that place. Bryant and brother, Earnie, also ;Mr. Cor hU__ _u___ ______ _____.20 7 23 138 Unknown __ __ -- _u __ .1
N'; of NW',, 14:. in SE 419All
z Moore, Mrs. Louia II. Hill Mrs. T. Mr. Roland! Anderson, of Jackson Mr. Lewis Reynolds, of Jacksonville, II. McHne: and family. '' -------- uun except a. Cor_.23 21 1 7 22 23 640 68 Paul Bro _.._. -__- ? u ', 0991:
Mrs.t with his parentsof with his All,, ____ __ _________ _._ Paul Rios. U _-.- Af<< 91 i
r J. Terry :'olrll.V. H. Edward, ville, spent Sunday spent Monday family. ;Miss Retia McNeil was a visitor to -------- u u 21 7 22 610 I'nul If,.". _- __ __ "U
All. .. ___u_______ _______ 28 7 22: 640 __ __ 117 a
Mrs. M.! here. Dan Johnson of Lake Paul Broa
A. A. Smith R. Butler
Mrs. Thede. near was Gntor Bend Sunday afternoon. n u.-
NY; L. of !NEI. A Nut of NW", _.. 26 7 22 120 ____.. t.2
F.. Edwards, Miss Rebecca Whitehead Mr. Walter Baxter was a visitor to Arthur Crews, of Jacksonville, came Mr Ralph Williams, of Baker eoun. VV<<, of 8WV, of NWV' ...________-___ 21 7 22 20 Walter Unknown lI"ko-; _= __ .' ; !
nnd Mrs. Geo. II. Reavers. A meeting Worthington Springs last Sunday nf visiting here Sunday ty, has been visiting his uncle, Mr. P. 45 In NW Cur 1 of for Ehi of 8W,,' of NWVi 14U
except a. church
21 7 22 ._
t of the committee wa held on Tues ternoon. down from Jacksonville to spend the B. Bryant, of this place. N'j of NEV: \ A SWi, of NE'/-& Ella 3 Jennie Hicklon -

} i day afternoon and Mrs. J. I). Randall 'Mr. J. S. Torsythe, of Stnrke spent week-end with his family. Those attending the ice cream sup of NW", A NWi, of NwV,_? 27 7 22 240 Paul Bros -. __ __ ___ lo
was elected chairman. A splendid Sunday here with his family. He has The Quarterly Conference of the I Thursday night at ;Mr. Chase's Lot II of Hlk 4. Sub. Diy of N<4 of _. "
per NEt, of NWy"" ._,.,_ 29 7 22 John Smith __ .. ____ 4tI
1 patriotic service is anticipated\ and the purchased a Ford. I ;Methodist church will begin: Friday wereJissps; Sadie, Ola and Evie Ilea nt NE Cor of Lot 6 of Hlk 11 In -

;t general public will be invited to at. Rev. S. S. Proctor will fill his regular -.I e\' .ninR'atth _First! M._E.. Church. I !Bryant and brother, Frank, also 20 Hampton ft. N &40t run to W beg 20 ft_, S 40 ft. E 80 7 22 __ _ I,51
I tend. Keep that date open. appointment here next Saturday uev t.. u. wells filled his appointment Louise :\lcRue. W' of __ __ J E Ton yIlep -- -- un-- nSW
r inihtt II f IA lIampton ____ 80 7 22 I' 0 Hunt ___. _________
(: Rev. Dr. J. H. Martin, of Jacksonville and Sunday at the ;Missionary at the Baptist church Sunday. ;Miss Lavonia Green and sister, at a S63 It E & 6:8 It II nf

' I was n visitor to Lawtey on Wed- Baptist church Let everybody attend Mrs. Olga Peters is spending a few Mary, were visiting in this vicinity Cur W or 103ft.N236ftE106ft N'Et of NE%. Sea 80

. i nesd.iy. [lr. Martin is the DistrictSuperintendent these services. days in Calluhan. &run .. '
Saturday night and Sunday. nf6NfWto "" 11. ---. -----..--- 80 7 22 Mss lIIatla E Miller P"rd : 7NWS
N' for the Jacksonville :Mrs. J. S. Forsvthe and Mrs J. Nip- J. H Dowling:, of Jacksonville, Messrs.! P. B. Bryant, H. :M. and M. ---------- -___________ 80 7 22 40 Gee; S Verger __ -- --- 3 d
District of the St. Johns River Conference per spent last Monday in LaCrossefor spent!' Sunday with his family. G. McRae luck of SE'1 or NWL. N'01 SWt4 ..____ so 7 22 120 1'1 P Cauthon __ -- ---,- "','5
had the catching a wit, of SW ---_ ________ _n_ n__ 31 7 SO N __ :1
iitnl in that capacity he came medical treatment.Mrs. Lcaston Crews and Leon Rivers large alligator in their seine :Monday S'.jof' SE', of SWL & SW\O\ of SE82! 7 2 3 410 N P r 'a"thon Cauthon ------------- -N
! to preside at the Second Qunrf'rly'I : P. :M. Barefoot spent last Fri were in Lake Butler Saturday even- night, also plenty of fish. E'. or s' t4 01 NW\.t\ __un________ S2 7 22 20 Unknown __ -- tut'
S'4 01 NE', or SE'. & SE' or -
4 as
8E4! 7 22
', I Conference of Grace M. E. thurch. It day with Mrs A. B. Surency, of Pine ing.Prof. Mr. Frank Bryant was a visitor to All N'{, of NWH & N 01 Ry & NW 1'1 P Cauthon

had been previously announced that II ill. J. E. Turlington, of the University Lawtey Sunday. of 8WI, _hU ________ ____.._-_-_ 84 7 22 U Paul Broe _. _. ____--- Lyof

thebelovt-d Doctor would Rive his :Miss Headic Croft, of Lulu, is attending of Florida, was here on Wednesday ;Mr Earnie Bryant and sister Erie, SE'"of SEV NWt4---&---Ey!___01 On SW\__\_t_ &__Wary____ 81 7 23 200 N P Cauthon __ -- Ma,

famous lecture Wednesday l'veninK. the normal here. I looking after the experimentalwork attended prayer meeting at Rising SE', of SE'4 NEI of SEt' e... IS a. 81 7 22 8:1: Unknown _. __ __ -__ -___ tlIlea
entitled "Tho Call of Blond," and accordingly ;Mr Harley Hazen accompanied by of the State Farm. Sunday night at SE Cot or NEt4 or SE'j' run
N 210 yda. W 140 .
yda S .
J. a large, l'rowdotathl"red/ to Misses Olgn\ and Thelma Ward spent 1 I :Miss Stella Wing-ate of Jacksonville .-- E: 110 ,d. to bclt-6 ... ____210_____yda___ 34 7 22 8 F..J MaRao __ _. ---- lit
::1 hear him vpeuk It was a (treat lecture Sunday morning at Worthington \ is the guest of M"s. D. W. Purr IIAJITTOV: N'. of SF.'., ---_____ __uu_________ 85 7 22 80 G 1\1 Bennett __ _-_- __ ':tot
v filled with dramatic climaxes as !Springs. vis. Wiy of N\\il.. of aWL & 8 a. in SW
I Cot nl SWl, of RWh & all SE4
' f incident after incident was related Mrs. {'. demons and little daughter Ellie Wells has given up his position Hampton, June 21.-Miss Eva lee, of SE4! W 01 Ry __.__________!_ 811 7 22 46 N P Cauthon .. --- ''II
concerning the cruel anti barbarous Dorm, of Branford, is upending this I at the Farm as engineer and is of Russell left for her home Saturday, W'. of 8E., of RE''., __n_____________ 2 8 22 20 n M SythmoN _-_ __ __--
ThAt of NE
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+ method adopted. and commanded by week here with relatives.Mr. now in Uncle Sam's service, stationed after pleasant visit with relatives -' a. --- -- NWE- 01 Ry 2 8 12 . --- ::11
the Kaiser and his infernal machineof Charlie Johns, of Cooter Pond, at Camp :Meade, :Md. here.Miss NE',, of NE% & s ::3-;; E4- --;,,-- iii C A Brlneon -- - -

Government now seeking to dom- was in our burg lust Friday nfter Clarence Ritch spent! the weekendin Annie ilollingsworth left: on or sW4i NBti of&NE'NW't'i,"of NW NEy4 & Wt..f .

inate the worli.a noon.Mr. !Starke. Sunday for her home at Ft. White, 01 SWtt W\?\ of 8W/4% "of NW'4 SW'4 9 8 22 820"Unknown .. .. ____ ____ iii
'5 The Doctor was scathing in hn denunciation and :Mrs S. V. Andreu and Dr and ;Mrs S. E. Driskoll have after spending: a week with friends wtj! of NW". NW'4 01 8W,. e

''y, of the slacker anti left no i children spent!' Inst Sunday with Mr. had as their guest: for the past two lore. Bw E'rj at a or p-11 SE'.* of ft v 8W.}of. _NW___"'Cot_____of_ 8 22 140 Melro.. Mfg Co --.- llU

doubt in the minds of his. hearers as Andreu's parents Mr. and :Mrs. F. wel'kslrO.; j. R. Griffin, of Excel, ;Mrs W. G. Seals left Friday for Madison A Broadway Sta A run W
to who slackers were. The hour was I Andreu of New River Ala. Chattanooga, Tenn., where she is the 14H ft to Oraniri St.. N 110 ft. N
late but every eye was bright and the :Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Clemons spent lion .1. E. Luning was here on guest of her mother :Mrs. S. L. Cook. Stark.100 ft' E " S Ito '* to. *... 'In 28 8 22 J W Eddy ;_____- 24.01

audience applauded as thrill after Sunday at New River with their Wednesday Mrs. A. McDonald; returned from On. lot of fa"nj"240"y'LT"N"i""i. ..iJJ":5; .11

'? thrill hurled to them from the lips daughter, Mrs. R. Andrru Mr. F. J. Beevis was a visitor to White Springs, where she has been NU| E'of "NWt W In, SE___.Cor.__.of_8EVt_____of 8E29- 2 8 8 22 M 91 I N Mr.P A Cauthon E Drigi._ _-._- 8 0,11
t of the eloquent speaker There were : ;Mrs I. W. PinhoMtcr, Jr., and Mrs.[ Jacksonville\ Saturday. convalescing froru her recent illness. NEV' of NEl A 8EH of NWu" .

+, tears for those who weep and laughs/ Oliver spent last Thursday in Jack W. I. Bodiford. of Gainesville, and :Miss Eva Williams returned Sun- Com SW of NWV Cor of a SE"4 8WVV of SWu" 8 8 22 132 N P Cauthon -. __- 35.1.

t for those who love to laugh and there sonville. :M. B. Craig, of Jacksonville, were day from Madison where she attendedthe ism 1'1 70 JTd.>- F 140 "... S 70 ,d.*

were amcna enough to lust an ordinary :Mr. Lucian! H 7en made a business visitors here Wednesday. normal during: the spring term. W 140 y
preacher till conference cornea trip to Worthington last Thursday Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Driskoll and I W. W. Bumpas. of Hope Hall, left NJ4 Blk of Lou 10 In o.Worthington 9 A all Lota Sprlnp 4. 6. _dot tt f K Thomas Lamb --r ..:1

again. If there were any pro-Ger-. afternoon. Mrs. J. R. Griffiin. were visitors to Monday for Baltimore, Md, where
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