Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Hampton, :May !ti.--- )1I I I had thought when the Victory di.

Tho school board l met in regular ses- :Mrs. :Minnie Cole received i ]letter : frown, of StarUc1, who I.olln campaign ended, my connection yr i iI

sion Monday with :Messrs. L. C. Powell from her son, Corporal Rhett Cole, RECESSED UNTIL NEXT MONDAYThe rn'nding" I the past wnk with I I with war work activities would cease, it .

F. M. Padgett und T 13. Pinhol- saying' he had arrived from over-seas I Mrs.) J. C. TcrtvlJ. rettn' | but when the S al'lIttnnI'm)' appealed ,

ater present. service on April :lillnd.!:! He is now stationed I i.mie, Sunday.! I to me to act as county chairman fort i

Tho returns from special( tax districts at Boston "Mass., awaiting his -- --- I Dr. W. I E.: l\1i.llh'lon. of I ( campaign they are putting on Iconsented
spring term of th" eiiiuit court I'nrker and'<1 :>.nn 1 Rosenberg bondsmen
were canvassed with the fol- discharge. I '-'ited his faiti'ix nt (' .-''' to undertake) this duty to anorganisation ,
for Bradford "lIntv'n convened .1". I ,0 to I', grand\ laiven bond of
lowing results: Corporal Cole has had eighteen irduy and Sunday. I that deserves so well of )
; I here !Monday morning with Judge J. *...'.011 entreated! ; I II \\' .Alvarez; and I /
District 19-Trustees, J. V. Edwards months' service o'el'.RelI.LIIe tI"hol(' .American people. If you
T. M.: Cauthen nt Within ,
T. Wills presiding and State Attorney Sum Rosenberg t !! bondsmen.
; will ask returned Soldiers about thogreat ;
T. B. Edwards W. M. Ilarrell
; t ry
ending to business in our
A. V. Long representing the Brown breaking and entering
work of the Salvation
three mills assessed. I .1 Army ov- \
) Butler Sunday. state. plead guilty ; ,sentenced\ to live .veek.Mrs..
District 29 Trustees J. J. j erseiis you will understand why I
Shaw Dock Crews and son, :Miles were The rand jury was composed of yours in state penitentiary I : 1', W. Burt, of ;
could decline!
their Everyone :
| not
J C. Crews, I R. L. :Mann three mills request. -
assessed.The ; trading in town Saturday. I the following citizens: ; I..1. Andreii, Nhnian l Bradley, larcenyof domestic io her mother, : rK. U. :M. of these boys is singing tho '

D. W. Horum and family spent the foreman John M. Frnlirk I H. .F. Redding ainniitl I ; ,'nh'n'III'II'" of guilty ; enteiii'ed I'week. uf the Salvation und -
I praises Army, .
following unanI- I
was week-end with friends in Valdosta.Mrs. )o / J. J. Rrannen, \"'. P. Byrd.., O. B.j to one year in state I penitentiary. Rev.: McGuire: filled his they had the least money contributed :

mously Whereas adopted the public: schools] of Bradford ,! : IMolle: Fouler has gone to j Gordon: Lorenzo Green, II. (!. Alder / I pointment here last to them of any of thu war work 1

Johnstown to visit relatives after aseveral man. (). C. Oiaon. T. A. Crawford./ J. Hubert: Anderson, forgery: entered, livered two line sermons to ganisations.' They simply made thole 111'l

county, are grently in need of aYII' stay with :Mrs. D.I W. I 1.. Chiincey, Jesse Cason J. E.: Norman plea of guilty;: one year in state pen congregations. long l because 'i'
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both furniture and equipment for the I money go way they ..
lioru ni. | >I. .J. Alvarez R. R. [prevail, itentiary.James ,
conduct! of the schools and :\1I'1.1. V. Riiwli-y of were emhueil in the highest sense with .
whereas proper the board of instruction I John IJekle spent Saturday night at David, G. Kelly, Lacy Prevail. Roseoe I Faulkner, forgery; entered ; visited friends tad ,. the spirit of service. ;
we public Five Mile the guest of :Mr. uiul :Mrs. 1 J. Johns. plea of guilty ; sentenced to one yourin I .
have examined the toy this week.Dowoy Ih.II'lf.II.tlUlity' is asked to confabWe ',
carefully 1' 1''. Duklu) and state I ;
family. I The following penitentiary.
named citizens com- I
:$SDO) to the fund that i is to bo
of the School I
roods Union FurnishingCo. Mrs. D. E. Knight of'Sturke; motored I posed the petit jury for the term : U. O. Gardiner; 11".1.1. W. ]EdvumU: Bugg/ and wife, raised' to the Salvation

., and believing that those !roods over to visit her father and I D.) Dyal II. E. "Fortner, Thos. Pinks- larceny of animals; continued until'''[ were. visitors hero Sunday. higher plane' put of service. Army The on u y

arc standard and up-to-date and further mother Mr and :Mrs. John II next term. Miss: Daisy :Moore" of campaign -
Liingford. ton, D. ,1 II rd"II. 1) C. Cnson Ed.! for tins, fund is to begin Mny
believing that in placing these The Womun's Club met in regular\ Neal, .). A. Ellington: ; John] W. Green, '' Simeon James breaking and "tl'l'-1 wlio is attending' seluiol at :-1st!I and run for one week. Can't wo

goods into the schools of the county session Monday aftt'rnoonIiss :Mar N. D. Green S. T. Dowling. T. N. ing; verdict of /guilty ; sentenced to ited her aunt :Mrs. 11 B. \\ have enough volunteer '
suscriptions by
that we will materially advance the I ..halll'roclor presiding, Kendrick, F. T. Abernathy G. W..0' one year in state penitentiary.Wash I lIl'Ila)'. that time to make up this small .
educational interest
and at the same Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular Burncy, J. J. Rigdon/ Scott, brl'LkinIIn.1/ ""h'ring''rIJj.t ; T. G;, Futch, of Leesburg amount and] get from another
time add to the health and comfort of away
apopintment Baldwin Saturday and Civil Docket \', of guilty ; sentenced to live "hlHt'I"i t here last :\ : fatiguing "drive." One hundred and 1
the children. Therefore have
we purchased Sunday going to Jacksonville :Mon years in state penitentiary j I Futch i is
a "member of the ,
furniture and supplies in the Civil cases were disposed of as follows sixty subscriptions at :$.r> each will
day. Lonnie Dixon, larceny of animals; | representatives and was inn;
I make the county's allotment. Surely
I : up -
'sum of 9300.00 to be paid for in five
Rev. S. I. Hendrix visited Worthington entered plea of guilty ; sentenced to to the state capital to finish I IU1that '{
annual installments :Malsby' Machinery Co. vs Willie wo must number of mennnd ,
beginning one Springs Sunday. two years in state penitentiary in the legislature.Rev. .
Jackson, assumpsit damages $.'!00, : / women who are able' and willing
year from date of contract, and we authorize Albert Henderson Sunday verdiet Oscar GriHis: carnal intercourse I I
the issuance of notes by the spent for plaintiff for $127.7llw.1: costs L. A. Rawls, of to give this amount to help the organization ;
with unmarried female under
chairman superintendent covering with homefolks. He was accompaniedto C. C. Johns vs C. M. Phillips, replevin eighteenyears was u visitor to Hampton :\ that won the appreciation and { t

: Jacksonville by Mrs. Henderson. ] continued by consent. of age; entered plea of guilty; |, :Miss Eva Williams was l love of everyone of our soldier! boys. ,
the with interest t
8 cent
purchase per Mrs. Alderman sentence\ under consideration ,
Jay is the guest of and to I Ibe t'
Starke .
interest ] II. D. Mott vs Joe Thornton John I Saturday.Miss Subscriptions in any amount will ho
payable semi-annually. 4
: iinonunced lutl'r..J. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. |
Thornton and Lon Thornton replevin : Nellie Cullen of /gladly received, and .beginning next
L. C. chairman "
(Signed) [Powell P. Miss Ina Alderman is at home, after . B. Florrid, assault with intent to l W
M. Padgett, T. B. Pinholater. continued by consent. have se.I1vn I iting her sister :Mrs. W 11. week I will publish in Telegraph> it .i
carnal intercourse
nolle ,
the close of II
successful ;
a term Pru
There being no further business the very B. E. Brown vs A. C. L. Railway week.M. list of thl'"lul1h..r contributors. [ J
: Lonnie.
Dorsey and
of school.
board adjourned until first Monday in Company, trespass; continued by con Buill'Y'1, J. 1:1'1'II..f: Green Cove Send! subscriptions to (George: C.I: :
The many friends of :Miss Evelyn breaking/ and ('nft'rlll1'"ntinu",1/ ; for ,
June L. C. POWELL, Sent the term. was a visitor i to Hampton, :\ White, tronsuior' Starke, Flu.

E. R. POPPELL. Chairman. Bennett will be glad to know that she J. D. Cobb vs A. C. L. Railway Company J I R. J. V. Jones] :M. I K.: Very respectfully, i
Tison grand and
has returned home after successful larceny
Sec'S and Supt. a assumpsit damages/ $700; continued taining checks under, ob.1 Itv ill :Mtillaily. Miss, :Maggie : l K. S. :MATTHEWS.FIRE : .
operation for appendicitis.B. I fatso ( ' ; .
.-- by consent find Miss i 1 Eva: Williams ", I
:\Wilson of continued[ for term. |
Ocala : ;
was greeting
Levi K. Brown vs H. Wimberly, the sink hole 'near "laYI1I1" MOND\V NIGH/; I'
LAKE BUTLER his many friends, in town Friday. M. !Parker forgery, nolle prosse. I ILonnie
assumpsit damages $500:; ; continued by ternoon.
:Mrs Schell :Muines of Sanford is I Ith..g Tyler breaking and entering -
consent.P. Ken.: Armstrong will .till hi ;Monday! ,night about \2: o'clock! tho
Lake Butler :May 1) -:Mrs. Sceber for :
continued term.
uest of Dr. and :Mrs. J. Mines: i
A. Crosby vs C. B. Moody, al. ; alarm sounded for fire in I' (
King entertained a number of her The Baptist Woman's :Missionary et S. K. :Moore, appeal from justice. appointment at Hampton was a ,
assumpsit dammges50! : continued 11th.11rs.. brick warehouse in the rear of
friends at a Hook party Tuesday af Union met at the home of Miss Marshall 'court continued for term. |
judge disqualified.No] : Lily Wainright, of '" Department Store." Not much
ternoon. Each asked to .
guest was Proctor Wednesday, afternoon at Levy Alvarez, grand larceny ; nonepl'osserl
Bill visited friends at White : could be seen but a dense smoke
bring 25 cents to be used for the mis 4io:: and the following was |
sionary pledge. Cake and Jello were rendered The grand jury returned "no bills" Ernest Culenmn. carnal knowledge day pouring out the upstair windows.
served and enjoyable afternoonwas : in the following cases: .1..1. Durden of. South l i 1"",' tlamus were soon extinguished.It tI
an Hymn "Wonderful Words of Life"Lord's of female under IS years of age; con-
spent > Roger :MeNeul. desertion of wife. tinued. I visiting. his parents, Mr. ntxl I t is believed that the fire was start

prayer in unison. A, | .1. Burden this week. ', by .bolt of lightning striking the
J. Bryant, false of-I I u
s pretense Wednesday
home The court recessed ,
Clyde Parker is at with his\ :Scripture; Lesson readings in Bible j
afternoon roof of the building about iJiO( : tho
Henry Thomas larceny. Friday a pound / : us J
parents this week. Terms: Exodus 24:3-8 Kings 23:1-: ternoun until next :Monday morning,
: ; :
Bud Browning, larceny of animals. .1 I given ut the home of :Mr. : fire was only burning up in the overhead 4 t
when the
trial of civil will be
+ Mrs. H. P. Hines of South Florida 1; Jeremiah, 31:4-10.;: 13-21 2:7.32: cases
; Criminal 1 Harper.: Those present ) ,) supports, and. the wooden boards!
Luke 4in-21. DocketJ. taken up. One of the important oasesnn
is ,
visiting Mr. Henry Fowler and fam
\ :Maxwell : underneath the '
: 11I1IlIly.logg'It.: : < Piecesof
ily. Repeating of slogan Ready to Answer 11. Collier, mortgaging prop..rtyalr..ady the docket for next week is they j paper covering.
Concerning Hope. subject to lien; nolle prossed.R. damage. suit against the Seaboard AirLine I Seals, Mabel Seals, Leona : < roofing were picked up in tho
Frank Fowler] is again among us, to I where hAM,
Davis Alma Dyal, Julia Maxwell they been hurledby (
C. r
Roll Call. issuing worthlesschecks Railway Company for the killing
the delight of his many friends. Eunice; Saxon Estellc: : the, lightning, though no one ut tho
en. /
bond of $250 estreated W. of J.
Prayer.Talk ; ; M. D. Padgett at Highland.
II Preston Williams, of New River, I Williams, Wilma ,\ : time suspected, the cause of its being I Ithem.

/:, was in town Saturday. Profitable for the :MinistryMrs. Bishop, Ruth !Price Mary !' I Thu roof being damp, tho lire r

Martin Rimes and son, Oscar, were : J. E. Maines. :Mildredloherts, n"I""UIHO: cream W. J. HMtSYTIIAt I Wynn Daisy) :Moore, of ,did not gain much headway, smoldering 1

in town trading Wednesday morning. Hymn and cake were served after which tins lie. Cullen, of Hague, Wilmu I i along for hours beforo being dis,

,Dewey Houston of Lu>lowlci, Ga.? Repeating of the slogan guests joined in solving/ a puzzle givenon his home in Starke ut noon Wedncsday Stanley, of Waldo, Mrs. !, ; covered.Damage. t

spent Wednesday with W. C. Townsend Subscription song. tiny hiiart: out in small pieces. W. J. Forsyth passed away after i ;Messrs. Lucian Johns, caused by fire. and water t

and family. Recital of leaflet-:Mrs. .\. C. Strick, which read like this: suffering for several flays with Ranee Johns Willie v'I! will probably be around
The Lake Butler ball team played ]land.! stroke (intlin: Jim :Maxwell Frank .
This event is to announceihe engagement of paralysis' He was seized - ---- --- -- -- 1,0

( the Miller team Friday afternoon. The Prayer.Repeating of Slogan. of Miss Winnio Love Townsend during the night of the UKth of April, '' Vernon Jones !Prof. TANK I HERE: : WEDNESDAY:: ::;
game was won by the Lake Butler being and, Saxon, I ',, 'illlll,1, Cyril ;
] the Truth I, ), nf Lake Butler, to :Mr. RogerCollins parity paralyzed speechless. (
Talk Conserving Throughthe
He had l celebrated, his Slit unniver- Terrell and Edgar' !Price.
nine.Miss of
Pensacola the wedding to According to schedule the whippettank
Mildred< Roberts entertained' anumh.r Printed Page-Mrs. G. W. Alderman i number ( ;
March \ A of amusing
take plaee on Tuesday afternounJune:3rd -ury on 1st rolled up the street Wednesday .
of her friends at hor homo on
Friday evening honor of Miss Johnnie I Prayer :! at 4 o'clock, nt the First Iiptist! I In the I loss ...f1: 1'. Forsyth, Florida. ;\ played after which a ' morning and parked in the middle of ;

Rimes and/ the ball team. Many The first of a series of parties planned ] church, of Luke Butler loses another one of her loyal sons of per of oak, candy) crackers, Cull street near the Itni.lfor.l County

by the ladies of the Methodist After the Ilrl..nunCl'11iI'It, each one the (10's. Besides his wife he leavessix fruits, pecans' was served Abstract (''II''s ollice. It had no use I
pleasant] hoars were spent and at a I ,
''emomide served at the
late hour the guests; departed assuring missionary society was held] at the was requested. to write a word of remembrance sons, one laughter and a duugh-l I was for it brass bund to announce its coming 4
the of
Mildred of the pleasant time each home of P. :M. Padgett Wednesday afplernoon. : in a memorandum book tcr-in-luw. His devoted, grandchild, for flue exhaust of its powerful engine

had Delicious punch was I Twenty-three Indies were I for Miss Townsend., The gloats! soon :Mrs. Ilollomon! of Savannah Ga: was happy crowd.C. could be heard for miles. As ,
one spent.
I '. C.' Colley conductor
served. present, each of whom will entertainsix took their !leave, voting: Mrs. Strick u record, student of the grammar department on soon as it came" to a standstmfwy I J

Mrs. S. S. Proctor and! son, T. D. others. The proceeds of these en- land a lovely hostess and assuring. : her of the Bradford County "& I F. passenger train was soon as it halted it was surrounded by ,
tnd down the streets of
High i School during her schol days, '' an crowd who examined the
fertainments will towards, the eager
soiety's -
Five :Mile go
Proctor spent Sunday at
afternoon.Following :Monday ami enjoying the '
ehurl'ht I She remained till the sickness. ended.Interment i < steel monster with interest.
the guests of P. P. Dekle and, familyMiss pledge on new
A-lii hour rinks afford' whilu
Johnnie Rimes of Miller] visited Mrs. Padgett's party Mrs. Howard i is given the unities of the took. place Thursday afternoon : It I is safe to say .some" were disappointed '" f .r
: at the Prevail! Rev.lilnnrhurd was being loaded. with the iso of thu tank and i.
tanton delighted those with | guests: over to 4
present I I1
her sisters Mrs. A. C. Strickland
::\1 lrs. Geiger; who has '
and :Mrs. C. F. I Rivers, last week. I everal vocal 1 ,solos and :Mrs. Lee en- | Mesdauu'S, C. H. Triggers, E. T. Law oiliciating.MUS. 0 in Jacksonville. l ller ninny' doubts were expressed>
:Mr. and :Mrs. P. :M. Puilgotl spen' ertained them most charmingly tit Knight, W. I E.: L. n lholtr, II. J. St-wart _u_ I err home son :Sunday; ( ability to accomplish much damage/ in 1 "

ice M. Feinberg. S. B. St,.vins, Sam: 1\1'"mpuII aiirfnriBut if they were present in
ho piano. The hostess served
in Jacksonville. I
Wednesday Fit laM: :: \N: ENTERTAINSFOR : : I granddaughters, :Misses '
and, cuke. i Singer. H.I S. Johns, .John Crews, E: 0. the afternoon when'' the, tank ambledon . .
1. II. Rimes was in town Friday. I ream I MRS. IIARDKE: :
: 'pal Tiger; of Hint city. {
Martin Rimes: was attending to bus On Tuesday of last week one hun- Roberts ,J. E.: Maines, Albert HendcrI |I Frank Wilson ,is vl 'past I the courthouse und into agrove j o''1
!i'curl I Ono funs, Joo Hill Williams ',\'. of pines near the Baptist
red and twenty-five wereailed
mows in town Saturday.C. 'I Monday afternoon at ::lO.1, I'll. A. 'one of his 1I1I'h.V.. II. ,\ '
1 :M. M. [' G. rhurrhIt'veing a tree a font thick utthe : 4:
A. Roberts and, IV W. Pndgettogether to tome of the friends, of Mrs. Johnston P. I'I'ttV.'
I II. Freeman informal
gave u very pretty 'lis week. :Mr. Wil-im u I I
with .others spent :Monda; I 1. C. Strickland, as follows : "Your Ball. C. ,F. Rivers W. II. !1."... .1. I.i'nbh little affair in compliment to and has hunt of butt without! slackening' speed und 'j ,
r L A. Raw I Is C. H.o icre, u 'liiig over a smaller one before t the
in Starke. resence' i is requested nt the home of | : A. Er lJel"loll. Mrs. llardee of (Ferramlina, who has vho are always glad to see I 1"1. 1 I
F. Proctor..J.V.. ..Tonl'1.: E: Roberts, ruin of the lire was finished, doubted
!Mrs. Matte Markey has returne Ir. and, Mrs A. C. Strickland Friday o been here visiting her brother L. A.I I! --- f'
nd. from five tu ] T. ('. Chastuin It. i F. Hivlr.,1': longer.
: ev-
fternoon :!!
home after a pleasant stay with he I I'avis. CLOSE:; 1'1'| :-1111-1; :; : 1"0 __ __ __ ._ __ t
friends in Gainesville.Mrs. n-Ihirty. !Please! bring your fancy King, W. A. Bailey, R. II. Terry: \V.I -- I,

Walter Russett spent Frida ork." Evc-rvono wondered what the I| 1. \Dekle.] Tom Townsend, II L. i'rl1Ildl' The guests present w..rl'I'sdllln: Subscribers, for Victory MUS. M'HM.KV: ENTERTAINS: ::

and Saturday with :Mr. and Mrs \\ ,.'".,.t of the party could be and a (I J. :\1. :Mann G.; I D.) Faircloth. I I. I. A. Davis, T..1. Griffin! E.: W. Stewart
J. W. White, ./. C. IIigg9Ir: :, c>(|'iiested to call ul once" al
:M Overstreet, of Palatka. irgc number. assembled at the bpauI | ( 'hllnl'ey.Iary' : alerts II. F. Stouter.L Hitrvurd, of Live Oak and.. the hono ,oaks and<1 close up their :Mrs J. T. Quigley i entertained<

Ede Sapp attended the Chapter her I 'ful home of Mrs Strickland. Theyere | (J \" Alderman, Jay Alderman J. P. guest Mrs. 1IIIr
Thursday evening received at the gate by Mrs.I C. I Mires; :Misses Katherine Harrison 1,1! delicious, refreshments of crean day, May loth, and the week" the utruir! being given in honorof

Mrs. Bart Stevens and children mo '. Ihvcr and Mrs. II. F. Sprinkle f'olar) Stewart Ruby Roberts Thelmu'Schell and cuke. ported! ) to remit for the the Philatbrn' ami l liaracn classes of \,

to red to Alachun Saturday to vi..it1': nd escorted to the punch bowl whichas I Marshall Proctor Winnie i unit Ilu ". !Promptness. in the Baptist, (rhurrh an I ,,1'11 the: anniversary '
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Stevens' mother who is ill at thl situated in a convenient place in Townsend Hattie I.'owl..r."loland I "r will greatly assist. the of Mr. ( nirf:ey'e natul ilav. ",

writing.< They were accompanied bar H lawn. :Miss Johnnie Rimes, sister I I' Tones Elvis: Fowler, TV'lma Bailey 1/0\/ ",STIUCTCI.: TWO I j liindling their part of the The rooms ,.f the lower floor were 1 j

by Mr. Stevens who had been at th f :Mrs Strickland( ] presided over the I \llie Andrews Johnni"; nines, Hen- -- -- ---- .- -- thrown together and artistically '

bedside of his. mother for several day nch bowl. The guests were seated i rietta Rosenberg Li/.xio Town-vnd, The citT/ens; of the western part ol : ;\11(. LONG: : HI'-\: I'I'OI : orated with pink ant I white .,11"t 1 t 'I

A. E. Proctor visited 8app Tuesda! 'i the porch and lawn and the follow- I j ;ieori'ie Epperson; Margaret Lowry, the county have secured the passugi raid trailing vines with starry \\ ,

Mr. Pringle. of Baldwin, was th 'ig program was rendered, in a pleas- dna: Epperson Christine Towntcnd: of a special act of the legislature creating l Hon. A. V. Lung, .state ,' blossoms.' A musical treat was furnisher i :,I

guest of Rev. S. S. Proctor Monday g manner: I Rlla': : Werts, :Mildred Roberts, Viola special, road district No. 2, comprising I he Eighth: Judicial Circuit, "! hyIi: ,, Snel'grnw at p'anist' t '.:

T. D. Proctor of Starke spent Saturday I Song, "I Wish I Could Sleep 'til My | F>uvis.I all the territory not embracer "-ttpj""inted for a ("ur-'I'IIr :Miss Doris I.uwIOPllil: t, and It. D. : ::1' t
Homo" Viola Dnvh. I Among the suggestions for the in district No. I. and giving U boar I Phi- .
and Sunday with his parent' addy Tomes "I'Hie' !9. IU1I His (,(, law cornctist. The IUra'n..1| l.I
Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor, returnin Rending College Oil Cans--.Wlnnii I j I -iremium list. were: of bond trustees power to issue bond '..nli rnp,1 l by the senate on lath rai classes re.or i',al'I'\I.,1 nn.l (elect! '

home Monday. I 'ownsend. Best tatted collar crochet co', for the construction of hard surface Mr.I Long is everywhere .. ollirers for -mother year, affer : I 112e,1 ".

Marcus Dekle visited relatives i Guitar Duet, Spanish Fandango, I ntted baby cup, knitted sweater r,'nI roa'l.s within the boundaries of th> is one of the most capable which games wen- enjoyed the clothespin

town Friday and Sunday. I lisa Marshall Proctor and Mrs. KingReaJsn ,I iroidrred lingerie set embroideredmen district. have held, the office of state race being 0-2 of the m.i'it amusing. ;
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Quite a number of young peopl !, . Whistling in Hoavontrs. .- table net bead hag hoys' shoes J. W. Townsend of Lake Butler, Se in Florida. His capacity I" If

motored over to Lake City one evening Harrison. I tatting), hand painted vase, h".,,- bron Dukes, Worthington, and J off work saves the At the close of the ev'nin'Irs.: II, '

last week. I Piano Solo] -;:Miss Thelma] Schell. titched scarf, most practical dress for J. Blackwelder< of Palestine, arc nam I circuit many thousands of Quigley served pound, rake and) ire .:, .

Miss Norma Dekle returned to he Reading, High Culture Down ir I -ear old baby hand made camisole, ed as trustees to carry out the purposes ery year. cream, being assited in serving by .: ,

home Friday afternoon.Mr. i ixie-Miss Elvie Fowler.] handkerchief hemstitched} tatted, o'"ret of the law. Mesdames J. F. Kkk.iter. L. J. Wynn 1\1.1'i '

Piano Duet Misses Schell and Mil cover' embroidered tray cover, sofa I Scott. About thirty young ,
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson o I.. J. WYNN HACK ON and F. A, 11'
Starke!, motored to Lake Butler Fr' i I red Roberts. ,jillow fancy quilt, emlroHcrM' dress- set filet chochet crm.roidurud lunch people and some n !little older e.ijoyed 1 !I

I The guests were furnished! j"nci' 'r scarf, embroidered set o? ahents and eon, cloth, embroidered, bibypillow; L. J. Wynn desires to this happy social <:,'nll1l:. ft

day.The many friends of Willio! Scarborough nd paper and each gave a sugges- illow cases crochet bed spread, hem- embroidered luncheon set, fntto'l!; n'l I owners that he is now ready ,

will be glad to learn that h I| on for the premium list In the fane? stitched centerpiece, tatted centerpiece low embroidered pillow cases them in building dipping The services at the Baptist church f '
.mbroidered teddies hand painted plno cases, evening 1 1the
is improving from several weeks o 'ork department fur the Bradforc crochet pillow cases, hemstitched pit! in dipping cattle or charging were largely attended Sunday
fever 1 ounty Fair to be held this fall. > scarf, tatted camisole, nightgown low crochet centerpiece, draw' lie is at the service of all speaker: of the evening, :Miss Sophia "]: I
1 hostess assisted in gervlnr nd teddies embro'd3njj, r..k iluilt!:, delivering a very Interesting
Mr. Crump, pump Inspector for th The was work, cut work embroidered chair i i and will go to their Carey '
!Miss Winni-! hair cushion, specimen crochet baby I :
A. C. L. railway, was In town Sunday y Mra. C. II. Driggers, I tidies. ever called. address.
Rev Carlisle attended church at Townsend, Christine Townsend and cap and dress embroidered, luncheon

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it ing here a few days this week. I GIRLS LEMON JUICE CALOMEL SALIVATES

I E.; A tinincs !spent the week-end. IS SKIN WHITENER AND MAKES YOU SICK

here with home-folks.

I J. V. Jones, Alvah Saxon and Cy-
lil Mature of Hampton, were in our How To Make a Creamy Beauty Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts

r' burg Sunday afternoon. Lotion For a Few Cents. Like Dynamite On

S. B. Woodard \vui ::11 Hampton oninjsincss
of fresh lemons strained
Thursday. Tho juice two Your Liver.
into a bottle/ containing three ounces
The farmers arc all busy killing
grass: nnd thu crops are looking very of orchard white makes roinarkalile a whole Calomel loses you a day! You know
of the most
good: 1 for the dry weather we arc having quarter pint what calomel is. It's mercury; quicks'lvur. -
the coat
i lemon skin! bcautifler at about Culomel is dangerous. It
..t for a small jur of the ordinary
one mu
i :Mrs. King and daughter, Orrie, of cold cream*. Care shouhl' :>1' crashes into sour bile like dynamite, ,

i Brooklyn were in our burg Friday afternoon taken to strain the lemon juic<' throujrh cramping) and sickening )'ou. Cj'omel'
', attacks the bones and should never be
a fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets! in,
\ ( J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was in the nthis lotion will keep fresh for put into your system.

cur littlu city Saturday afternoon.i months. Every woman: kiows that When you feel bilious sluggish, constipated

i. :\ W. A. Jones is on the sick list lemon juice is usod to blench and remove and all knocked out and be-

| lit this writing. We wish her a speedyiicovery. such blemishes as freckles, siil- !ir'vyou! need a done of dangerous,:

lowness and tan and i H th ideal skin culomel just remember that your drug

We had n general] downpour of rain softener, whl tenor and beautifier. gist sells for 50 cents a lnrn> bottleof -

hen- Monday afternoon nnr it was Just try it! Get' three ouncp''' oforchnrrl Dodson's Liver Tono, which fa en-

1 iiniih\ appreciated: by the farmer*. It whitr at any druff Ftore and t tirply i" voffptnble! and pleasant to take

.till i make the crop grow and give thof.ii'in two lemons from thi' irrocer tuul innl.n I .i'.',.1 I j Is,,! ii perfect substituto for c.ilomel.Ir .

'is n good)! job of .' etting out poitn up a quarter pint of this sweetly! frae- j i* guaranteed: to start yonliver\

. !nlants., rant lerrx.n lotion and mnssnire it daily wihMit': ftirrinjr you up inside, andean

J 11., \\'. :Moore made a bit'I".-"",, trip into the fact neck, arms and not salivate. !
hands. Adv. (S3) Don't take calomel! It makes jouwork.
li" Jacksonville oiu- day last week. Hebought '
Dod- >n's livr Tono stnicrhtens !: -
a Fnrd while there.nitnRit .
_.___ __ _._.u .. ___ .. __ For the Relief of Rhrumalic Pains ''' you' nofht.p: and you 'PO! rc'at.'I' .
FOR PUDflCATION (;\\ it to tho children bfcnusi> it

rin-.iit; r,,,,,,,, I. !stiito cf "rii.rlln. EU-hth When have -tilTncss I and. .soro- it perfectly harmless and dues not
I", yuu
il rin.ui'" IIr""r"' fmintv. In Chan
.', ,,, ness of tho rnusrle*. inluntr, joints and gripo. (HO-- I 1.t!,)

I \( ,miplninnnt I),". .". fiml. it UifTicult to 1110without puin _..,- ..- ---- ._ ---

.9nra try mn satfinff the nffcctod piirti Piles Cured 'In 6 to 14 Days

you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll \ rHekxtlxfrmlnrit.. with Chamhi'iIain's' Liniment It will Druiwl, .'tt. n-ftimt:; :: .money! If t'lM PA7O' niSTMrNT. I'lit: I.fiiNtut il i i
up l( litni' l in I. Mi ir i < t ii
SAY I" '!ipt'inrniHr ly, niti'hu. ,it ni,>p< miil! to the relieve the pain and make rest und I Ir :. .. . .
pepinoursmokemotor, all right, if you'llrintjin ,II 111..1 In I Ih. nl .>M> -'nl.,1( .I mime that sk'op Jussih-Alv.! . ".,. I ,,, ,,,<>
I \ MP i Oic'i* tin\ .1.! f. ni'iin' thinln 'n,imcil. lit
with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and IIIIIIIMI|. nl' ..f tinsuit.'.' ,.r "nr' .In.| And
I I''i it.' "hf r. .itl" (III in mar flli i"h *tixct In
nail some Prince Albert for packing ,. h IP Pity, of Milvniik"'.,, ,Wlseonnln. E. (0. PA1NTKK FKKTILIZKK COMPANY
t "fitUK i.r tu.ntx-oni1 \1"i iIt
.i- thin'C.nt. in-ill. .ii I lint -i,.J t i..n.ri'Hidrnt
all along the smoke line. , '. .JllclH.un 'ill('. Ii'lor l1a 1
appealing J
\ Just between ourselves, you 'n.'imt' Innml! lit HIT-I"\ n ,''iirt.t to appear
,th>' hill of ci'inpla" nt lili H .unl,
in caumon
before could
never will wise-up to hi<;hspotsmotejoy Men who never IVrtiii/ors I IiiscHictflcH Sprayers Poultry SIII'IIiI''i
i 1.1 inMunihtv.. ll'i- 'n.l until call smoke a pipe and men who've 1' >1 ', ithirul; ; f tin. ni,!! .>.atii" n- r -mil::: \'wP.i.
you can a pipe h.. i.i.1! "n .ntt piinr'''* hav bf *n fmnuf uiufmg' f-Ti, ''i, -"-rs ,m iht" :jtatt-.--vvluve ,.\1, (fifj j tu>- .
by it3 first name, then, to hit the smoked pipes for years all testify :: >' furthi r; :, re.! tl: 'ii I'm' ir !lx> pubonn I"on.T .in tvery CC>..oIIY in Flur,.'..
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n "ii'' f.ii' (Ui i t'*i-Cutivt wn ka
peak-of-pleasure you land square to the delight it hands out! f. A., <1 ihiHnntfojt. r.n't\, I. i trmtih. n ni-""in'i I Writ .I'u.r fulfil l'rir<> I I.i int. 1'nti't nl". .I H I i I MIC wi'U (>itilu ,
parchBoth i. ,,pulih-hi 'in i I > >unt>. tinil _ttitph I '
on that two-fisted-man-tobacco, can't bite or are | '- May Int. 1'Jlv. ,

Prince Albert i cut out by our exclusive patented W T. WEEKS.!:
Clerk C'rcuit. Crtur'
1 (By. H. A. WEEKS.: 1
Well, sir, you'll be so all-fired process .-E\r.' Diiiuty" Cl, i :,

happy you'll want to get a photograph Right now while the going's \ 7. \nKINS.Siiluiti "
: >r for 1'iimplnfnnnt., -J "i
of yourself breezing up the good you get out your old jimmy

pike with your smokothrottle wide pipe or the papers and land on ORDER FOU> PUBLIC TIOVIn
rlmnl Tmnt. .Slnliof Kl.irl.ln Fit'','Iiluilirinl
open Talk about smoke-sport! some P. A. for \vhat atla your Circuit, tlrndftinl County. In l'
Quality makes Prince Albert so particular smokeappettte ICoprrlihl :\ n Tlinmn.
You kavPrincmAll>trle.rvuintrmtol>aeroittolJ. Toppv rmdtatt.tidy \M "
red tin*, handmomm pound and half pound tin ""m.dor.-.nJ I.cnn Thomnn.Difimlnnt.. 1
-that c/o..>. practice/ pound crpttal gta.m humidor witn 'pongo 1J
III* .,;I mo.nor top that A..p. fA. tooatto in ucH ptrfmft condition. I It ni"l.">urinir Ly nlTl.liivit' uppcnili'il, to th* J
I H J H.ruot nil, lllinl in thinlmvc *tHte"l caiuif that
TulMUMtf ttl. t.inn. Thomnn. tht* dffpmlnnt thtrt'fn nnmeil i*
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Win.ton-Salem, N. C. I" mm-rp.iilf.nt of the Statr of Flornla. and '. .
'that he rpHiilpH. in or near the town of Alma I
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.i\-r the aire of Iw oty-on. yean..
mIOOIQUl) .niliint, be ami .....
in hereby .ui..1! to appear
dance was given at the home of Mr. to the bill of complaint. flleii in Haiti cauii. on
News Items of Years Thirty-two Ago l''l". olhiTwIne the H lli'uatidOH of mini bill will
crowd present. Dancing was enjoyed
lie taken ns confiwHvd by liaid defendant.It .

__.. U'H __. ___ _ ... _._u _____. u .___ .u : to a great extent and! at a in further I ordered for that flve thin' ; :'tv.w puh.liHhed : I
be of the departed reporting a nice time. per publiHhed\ in nan. ..1! county and state. I II
February 19, 1887. I ornament to town but of
Koscoe. !Khawes. who has been rhii May Int. 191H'. :
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Lautey-The utiiiu berry j.\'roWl'rsi\ Ir'lIt'alut! to the sl'\l'r..IIIIL.l'S., (Today I W T. WEEKS. ,
of lirudfurd county have reason tocongratulate thirty-two years after the planting Uncle in France for sometime I Clerk C'reuit Court. I :
i. has returned home. Ilia It,.. R. A. WEEKS.iSEM.i Business know the advantages
past men
th'm"'h',' on having of these' trees, can be seen the results lUnuty Clerk
lIl'tt..lnbout. 'JJ:!: 'fntt u quart for their of their labors. One of Stal'le'schi..f many friends were delighted to seo A. \DKIVS.. of a savings account '
him back with SnlicMtor for Complainant. GJ&UOltllF.K
again. Koscoe brought
bl'l'rihill' others ill the state averaged attractions is her cool, shady
less, even clown to ten cents. Thel.nwtey i streets.) him many pretty and interesting FOB PflH.ICATIOV I with a good reliable institution

.. bi rrii-s Jinve the reputation in The reporter had the pleasure Wednesday things to look at. Among these things In Circuit,. Cinirt.. State of Florida. Eu'hlh. like this one.
I I being a mask.Mrs. .,.. gas
New York of being the cleanest received of visiting tho beautiful or- .
in that rnarlu.t.I anjre Krove of the Florida Orange Co., :\ (j. W. Hinson nnd children, \\ <;I. t'Uher.miilamant.. They know that systematic
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]lamp Junes Im.s returned! uml l is Ltd., whirl ill on the railroad about a Ilert Henry, Woodrow and baby .. 1

I iiguin in .
Jonos it I'o. I' were also shown by the manager, Mr. rc-liitives. It 1>appt i f.'ndnnt.nrintr by affidavit appended tn ttu' they know that money deposited .'..t
StnrKcha- the Inrjfest" and bestequipl".1 J. :M. Truby, the strawberry beds andthey l'lul'l'nIanninl: : spent Saturday .lull ,tllnl .in tht nbnvi1 ptated cnu-io that
night and Sunday\ here, guest of relatives Mi.In C r .hir. tinilifendnnl. Ih.-..--n n-im.d. in this bank has sound protection.
livery feed! and .stile stablo were a Mjrht to be sure. Five m n ,ritutint,. of the Stale nf r'lnrulii., niulh,, I -. V
in the :!tllte.J. acres were taken up by these plants. and friends. i. ii i. .nil. lit of thi' !Stale of Flfiriilu but ci.n- :-
Jim Phillips left Monday! for 1nl11lwhl.rl' ; null,. .hi r-flf on that pruceaa ur Mibi,."> MS If haven't opened
J. Kelly has sold In.s drug store Next: we were shown the cabbage. . ,. you an account :t
can not In arrved iii'itn her over tin a -'
{ to Riveri & Joiner. !II'ntl'h. nnd lust but he will spend, a few months.Mrs. .
onions .
\ <>r nty>one yiam.It :. with do it
us now
Tuesday the streets were full of i not least. the \peach trees. They were : J. J. Collins and two daughters H therefore ordered that Mild n"n.r."oI.! nlIff. yet, ,

teams from J.ake Hut lor. Thoy were I. one mass of pink a sight that some ofIIIII.thl'I'n :Misses i (irace Lamer and Lillie Loo i .thi1'n
: f i' after fertiliser, and |IleolI| li> tom-ing 20 our friends would jtivc a nnd all of Lake Side attended, the party ."!. ..,-.r.1..n.IIlY., thv 2nd iluy of Jlln,'. \ 0I"I.
\ itthi-ruiiiv. the .ullifiiatlnn nf nnitl. tull.M, ,!)
of F. Triest Tuesday I
the home F.
miles to trade should' have thir patronnife (Treat deal to see on the first of February. at bitnk,m n. cimfvuivd by iiuld .
uppn-oiuted! by the rnftvhants.We night.Illanton It N further. orilt ri' I thovisitors nncc a week for n%.* conaccutlM* w"I.. $-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$---$- $-$ t
Owsley was among
are nut to hunt the sitli'walk to "Kintfsley Not.--Our merchants' areI .
In th, ,Hiiiiirnrd, l County Tvlmriinh.( a nuia' -
j... the :Methodist rhurrli after all. The I doinjr a line business on both the north to Starke Saturday. l I" i' i I.uloll.h.'d l In valil county and itate.

city physician, ha* d..i>idod-that board ,,1111.1 west sid,... and at Lake \'ith" Friday night another one. f Thin May Int. lulu. W T. EEKS. i I Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow ,

wulltH are unhealthy\ and we feel (Uit- I 'new store has been filled\ with Roods. tlsh fry* was enjoyed on Crystal. lnKe. Clerk flrcint Court. I

tered that the .nty has s,> faithful a The postofliee( at that place will be Quite a crowd attended! and they hadplenty By. R. A. V.F.EKS.SEVI.i : Clerk. BRADFORD

servant.l.'ol. I presidi-d! over by T. R. HI'own.Irs.: of lish anil nothing was lack A.( :Z./': ADKINS.' Ui-puty yglnr'rIoiK;: /

: I*. 15. Uhodes.: nf Lake llutlerVA I Win. Carpenter and daughter arc at ing. Solicitor, for Complainant. O'itNori Bradford

\ in Starke Thursday.ln home Mrs. Wordwell, mother :Mr. and Mrs. C. .\. Youngblood '
) Arbor Day the followinir !porsons of Mis. Abraham Strickland!, has daughter Nealie, spent a few tlays \: 0 : TO Mfids 2XH.1. (..::
kept tho day in plan'mtr trees on the passed away and her loss will bedeeply recently at Center ]Hill I guests of relatives. .m hereby STATUTESNotirr uuen puntunnt to thu STARKE, FLORIDA

street8 and at their humc*: J. T. Idlaberry. felt by all. nl..\e nanud nvction that A. U StricklnnJ) on

] N. J. .'0111'.-. \V. I n. hnvis. !F. liermnnjr and France are bound to J. W. Patten returned' home one duy tin. "th ilav of March.. l"H''... taken.1.1.l'ht I Ib'nik .,-_ .,
hi.rmule abnul "it arn < ] - .. .. f
11.: :Morirnn. Hen Witkovski J. \V. :Morjran 1'iKht-they are making extensivepreparations. last week from Jacksonville after Hi .ml M\tn hiin
; 11. .\. Fa rn"r. I. C. W.hh.l .\. spending se\eral days in the city on ..n hm.l. I.".. >anl mule ha\lnv itrayhuire I t
left nide. of root of ta I. anil beingnioimf tI
.f Klorieu A. K.: :Moitt (J. 1'. Younc, Dr. Parron will open a bakery in business.. on t Jlrs.! Airm. T.V.. w.'nt.11'11.: E :Mr. lilackls: store on Call str<'l.t. ] II. E. :Moorer was a business visitor I mule ho U'en appraned. pumuunt to .tat..l. I

Johns \V. \V. :Moore, :\11'''. C. .\. Wills, The subscription. price to the Telegraph to the county metropolis] :Monday. and mile will hen-after. be mild to in"b' accordance adtrlurd.Th with notice of

I. J. :M. Truby, O. C. I.oom-y. XV. C. is only $1.50 and that it a small Several of the Hampton boys attended <- takt'r up and ilencriplion: .. furnUhcdbv \<

Itnrues. T. A. Knight.V.. K: Huncun\ amount to pay. We would\ be obliged the party at T. B. Triest Tuesday C. 1'oppell.atfidnviu pursuant of the aplirameni to itatute.Dune and Juitic* J.

dipt J. N. Jones, (J.V.. McKinney" \ J. if a few of our back subscribers would night. thin 20th day of *P" '. IJ'rEKS I II

C. Clark. U. I II. :Miner. K. X. Dowlinir come up and settle.Mr. | J. W. Ratten was a visitor to Hampton 5.2.41. W.Clerk T. Circuit.Court. I

f Dr. J. O. IIn 'I1l'\. :Misses
Florenee Witlvovski, :Misies :Myrtle\ tole.: .. I'\. Andrews lit Alvarez. i I Littleton Kite, of Hcilbronn Springs
J ami Sallie Mnrtm and other little jtirls This firm has sold six horses this pent Saturday here guest at the MICKIE SAYSPItE1'1''f

ObKl'J'\'e,1 l Arbor l IIIIY by plantinir rose week. If all the merchants would! advertise !i home of :Mr. and-Mrs.: R. :M. Horsey. THE UNIVERSAL CAR

bushes lilies \'ioIL.t"on..i\ ,'", ,.tl'. In like A. &: .\. they would .soon Kilmer Woodard and John Hall I
: visitor in the Brooker section uocvcv esa: NI& Remember that \vlicn yon frinJ.: your
a few > ears. these trees will not only sell out. were: 1
one day last week.Mrs. ctMMTMp> Ford to us for mechanical attention
-- I tlON'f KKlOVrfT 'W 1' C S'1 car
: . Jno. Driggers: was a visitor to '
II Ii( II I. \ :MIHighland. ; Tuesday.Harrison. Hampton one day last week.H. > NNE fUttn OUTTH that you pet the Rcnuinc lord .service

:Museley, of Key West, has S. Roebuck wa* a visitor to II\! >S SHOP ER VO fcEJOB workmen
materials experienced md
:\1.1'I...- .> A. l.ivin. ofStarkc been. visiting !his ,mrl'nt.11': and Gainesville Saturday.I Q.UNNIN' 1'1-19 HER-Eo' ;

was transacting business here :Mrs. T. S. :Moseley, for two weeks. I :\Ir.... 1 II.: :M. King and children\ spentj R.ESS OA"f A. NICSWt' \ Ford factory prices. Your lord is too

Wednesday. nnd! Thursday.Miss A much needed rain fell here' :Monday i j the week-end at Brooklyn with relu1 useful too valuable to take chances with
I and! the farmers were glad ,
: I KOSIP Wilkinson returned on very 1 I tives.Simuel.

Tuesday from a week's visit with relatives I to see it, as crops were Buttering from Holder, of Mclrose, was vls- poor mechanics, with equally poor quality
I in Jacksonville. I the Inn!: dry spell. .
I materials. Bring it to and
I. : us save
Edward :Mnrr spent several days in ii. (,. ii.vnniNc & co.

Jacksonville visiting. rl'lnth'ereturn.- TEUF.SSATherensa : : : Bryon, (;Ja.. Apr. 11 1917 both time and money. We are author .

Thurs.laIisll '. OM! Kentucky: !:. ('0.,
inir ) :May !>.-:Mrs. Eula] Let! \ Paducah Ky. ized Ford dealers, trusted by the Ford

:\ Jennie I'rescott. and Lon Trescott and children returned Friday to theii. Gentlemen: Motor Company to look after the wants
visitor* to Stnrke .
were Friday.Mr. hime in :Miami after an extended via.' 1 I had! cholera in my herd of hogs
: Dyal. representing ftrinirfel- it here with relatives. j recently and begun' feeding! the B. A of Ford owners-that's the assurance we .

]low-Padirett Co., of Jacksonville, was A. L. Sullivan was a business visitor Thomas's, Hog Cholera Cure and stopped offer. We are getting a few Ford cars "
a bu ine,,< visitor here Saturday.W. .1
to Starke Saturday. losinr from four to five each night
Max Wimberly spent, Sunday and first come first to receive delivery.
. until I began the uc of this prepara
Grit Phillips of the Woodlawn
section <
here with his pafl'ntsIr.: anl11'5.:\ .
II C. Wimberly. spent several days here recently. I tion. I raise about 200( head I of hogs
truest' cf relatives. 'per year and. never expect to be with
Mr. and :Mrs. C. Wilkinson visited FORD GARAGE
relatives at :Maxvilli? Sunday.Felix :Miss Kluise:: (Ow ley. and brother \ out your remedy.
Yours very truly.H. .
I.ontr. of Starke, was in our Charley, were pleasant visitors t(;
burl Saturday.Private Hampton Saturday afternoon. Sold by A. W. & r t. A. ,\NI>En ()s. Proprietors

A. Wilkinson Is home on S. K. '.Voo
a ten day furlough. He Is stationed! to Sthrtn. :Saturday.Mr'P. J. L. Doult!"""" Lake Butler

at St. Louis Mo. : J. Phillips and chiljreiSpe'nt \ "'. L. Over' treet. Ijiwtey.A. I II
Mrs.-H. C Wimberly and :\i"s Ethel : ' the week.end in Palatka will!\ D.ndrewl'. Raiford. I I

Ricks made a trip to Jacksonville reu tin!. J. V. Jones, Hampton.-Adv ,

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I I"l:, :.iil and 1 pillow si'lmms of .y. F t a l V.K

1 ',. .. i muxlin Kulttlbl)' ornan" ,e4Y'1t 4 6f' ': +' :>r r

ENDING DECEMBER 31st 1918 eL '
II I I. ',l sheet and. two pillow M1if -l ., '

: '! ; , ,I ', | 1 I'I'U 1 ., \\ ,ith one embroidered mil L yitiy Il 4'1 ,6
co ( ) ) I, 1 I ,; : : ,, \ 1 .t
ran ] !.. i i --.
erty ) ,i'' I .dd
'rl"i I I ' ,1,1, i i .14cl( and put holder.
I )
.nuiiiii' club uniform, cap

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t ] J ." rrl t ( coyer unit,I
WarrnnU" Oiil: liindlliii: :;I: July,: I I. \I'llnlnlen ;:\ nnp-
..t bi'urlnit ..._ 88,000.00 l
OutntumluiK unrrunlii. . _. _ _? U.078.46 , 45 iIi. I l ,d, I muted, table cloth and. iet will find

,if I IS 1 ., ".111". S
Net defect July 1 I. 1UIS _......._................. .11.s- I d2
Receipt' for the Hit i Month I 0< .1'i i made handkerchii'f.. all three flavors tp h -' '' 6

Front 'la\ __._._..... , wa.
LtilU'ctor. Taxes u ....... 3,043.01 wil.
Comiitrolli'r. tax rvili>mi>tlon> ...............____._....... 8.fid /> in the sealed
Comptrollur, railway tux -............._....... 102.$ I nin I li I \ bnif.
I'cniilit, 11.Ih'r. one mill tax .. _..._._......____... 2,684.00 11. ""It.J I .f button hole.I .
SUIH.rintinduntH.( n fundM _.._.........._........... 24.00 Goodies I 11.). ....It,1 1 of r:';: .:: !.::: .::- :Jut I c
County' judge, hunting I Uccniui ..... ................._._. li.SO MI gingham patch. I I,
IVpoiltory borrowed money. .-.... 6,8.W ' :. .i ,.,,10-1 I of overhand patch.I' for the! name 4'. a
-the kind 15
Leaving\ ili.noli ._.._........ I" i ,\ -II to enter' the content for ,
DiMburftrmrntN fur U.. his Month, ; that m-e-l-t ?ly .. 'h' pn/eH, Ntl\V m tlu time to *

txprndril fur.,, .frivhoolMI_ _____ in your h, ". "oik." I do not know what \rfsbccouse i iEVS
IS"la.I of .h'n u _......._..... IMB8.0U .
ItiliHi 1 tu buildinin' _._u__.______._______..___...__..___ (4.07 mouthiiBht.QC.i3 4w th.t .' <' will be but 1 .do know
I Immrnnci' . . .. __........_............... 888,25 t1 .,ii I C': ,nlt'oid, county club girls
Inciili'iuiiln: for ichooU -............._.......... l.m.82 ore ;; it is your
Kiiiptiiiia I of AflminlNtrationtSulury : n. dpal "f! winnuiK' them all) so got' .Ili.

of HiiiHfrintvnih'nt. -........................... 760.00 h\- 1 1 I. :
IVr dlim.. and mlk-nito mi'mbvn' of board ................. 132:70: i"I us t ana pro! .cticn against: d !
Incidental Is fur board and, aupiirintcndunt. ...._........ 3019.16 \iry truly,
1.lnlin": ____ _._____nu________._.._.._.__.___..... 70:117: doul'I' ,us that jll tket'p I' I.OKA !I.. rUUVKR. Inferior ImUnticns.Jiiit : .
tuition uid ___.._..... ._ _.__
i> Ui county line pupila .... ISO hanging ,
Int.. .n..lMnklim .. .____n.._________._____..._._._._.._____. 772.82 you 'I I mi- DenlonstrtIron: Aiient.! the 9
Horruwid money ..-................___....... 6,677011 : 'nitind the' 1'.lntry- --- -- as sealed: t3

di'licit _____..._._________..____.._____________.F-- .I\, I all made with 'I 1 1111 i oitn: IN: 1'111'H: package: is protection
Cr. inti'nwt coupons .paid __________._.._____u_____.__._..________.. ... -
CALUMETBAKING nan tlln"" Inilta.Janunry against im ;_ V
Net dtllcit DcccmU-r, 31, 1918 ___._...._.__.........._.._. ; ". i ;
WarrnnU oulMundinic' Drci'mbrr" 31, 1 18untnt POWDER :lid! 1010.

(' ._ _ _n ...-_ _____.__.___..____.......___.___.. IdRb2.7n 1'.I' i \ "t" fompniiy purity. '
Inn nut biurinu warrant ._______...__..______......__. 22.000.00) I the safest, purest, most ''I ' MuhIt. t
. kind Try m
Dcpoaltory baluncu Due. 31, 1018 .__.____.__u.u___ ,r it drive away Lake-Jay l i. u' SEALED TiCHT f

failures." I i ;iilinir. II few luKertinptnents KEPT RIGHT

You awe when you buy it. ,>f nt'i" i I. i |i.ipers' on aiitim, l'I'l"tnin-
RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT I Yuu save when you use it. mi .\Mit. ,t they have ,done) in this

FUNDS FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, DECEMBER 31 1918RECAPITULATION (.ahmetconlamonlysurhi. gradients. 09," have been wai) $$3.., : in,."thm>r about our little The

approved officltitly by the Fold' ,I'm, VMitintr you a few facts
LI S. d Authorities.
win- in, .1" follow s :

HIGHEST .awlont In !I.'u., .. Tilt) cars out of l.ilOO. were Flavor


II .31. \ $-.1) cars out of 1,000 were Lasts !
I .i! I
'-" .C I'' !I I. s- II E''I'I, i'1 !>'h; cars out of 1,000) were =S '4ti

;: I! I... I I" l m I Ford.
: I .! I ,,8 .. : ;: :;; , . e 5 1
I 1\1: '
: !tltl:1: cars out of 1 ,((11)1)' wero 4
I .!: I -
i! ,
s S- ;
I-.. I I 1 I ; I'onl'' 5.1 I I A PtI
J: <:! I 3 I r I ;f -d I
.. '" 1 s J '!: = ij I ,ill' Hi it I iih capture, the first car
1-. 2 Z 0 I j -n: I 7ya da : in liaw'tji'l' .' was a Ford!

; i : 'f -;: .. .; 3 iiI TM. fu. -I t mito cross the 1'erniaM

I -5 J j 5 : i iil Mi I .1'' ..i 11- ,1'114 a Ford,

1.,10, 1 60.Jo, .H .. Tlii. f'I-1' i I cur in the genuine Oarb -

24 2 17,20 I 5.00 8m.3S 325,00 72.66 8,02 8a6.00 330115:"6.70 '. 401V0 01, ii ", i i I I'd.n wn a FordTin .

:' :7 I 20,8722MI.36' 6n.80 3110.00 429,9. 23.8:1: 374.61 2680.:1'1: I I. I I ,
4 I 0.40 60.00 U.K6 220 3.81 1 1'h'. . for t-t i"ar in the I Inly Kind wail a

6 ,57.64\ 205.00 86.70 63.00 8.16 9.40 205.00'9,96xI 6- !Ford r

: .;6 ;.77 UO.OO 80.00 2.26 .75 [ iti of 7( 1114.6:11 26.11 15.00) 4l.91 1.611 1.20 / I'. 17 .. -. --- I 1..1.1. l l I..\ the hundiedi. from Kacdadto ; ifii
8 130.571:\ 1.76 80.00 33.00 2.38 1.20 oS.I IH The I'lant City and! Lakeland .di-tiu-t! 106,68 3.60 86.00 1.21 1.20 I r 71 '7 I I UK' I lark: :Sea.

l't';.\ \ : 9.99: ,0.0': : 4.41: ultivatithe :Mi"ionurhtl' :-1 t 1111"1,1'I I I h ieoi'n the Fords used i a" tanksaimoiiiid .
90,39 147.00 44 71 2.41 1.20 and Lawtc set'tions plant tin 1
)21 4')6.1' 6.7.. 200.00 3413 8.61 1.20 nO.76 I moving, forts, .electlic light
88.27 16.74 1.20 8.60 102.12 dike The largest shipments) north t $
13: 1'1.9 plantwater. pumps, anilmlam'i'N''', sup- r za
11 nO.61 13.83 72.06 60.00 r.0.80 206 3.27 111.6:1: 1.16.61 from Floiula are made from' the localities
16 2..6.36. 10.00 11.86 66.76 M.40 2.26 1.20 28,76 10.00 6\1.:1'1:(' named pl> lass, and lots of other things,
16 167.4a 1.05 18.6 78.96 3.4 2.40 M.OO and they were alwa.vs leady for anything -
17 411.I" 22.611 6.0.. 44.66 .0'1' 1 20 20.H The :Missionary. is of Virginia origin !-
at time.
18 91.25 62 86 69.00 80.06 2.80 1.20 U 00 6.06 any
19 74.66 24.86 15.00 2600 1.13 54S9 and the Klondike, originated in 4
11 20 166.73 1.00 60.74 90.00 38.011) 1.411 1.40 1.00 06.n Louisiana. The latter i is: eonxideiud, These statements are farts as I Cut This Out And Take It With You.A + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 '
96.6M 66.0 72.56 2.20 2.19 1/7.81/ have served in action all through the
72.06 78.82 16 67 40.00 8.00 6 60 61 96 iU: one of the best shipping varieties in countries named.Ind I name the man often forgets\ the exact name LEGAL. NOTICES<< i IIi

l'I 1899.91 I U.I 141.87: 14.40 :lU6 1889,97 the country, and its foliage is very of the article ho wishes to purchase, + + + * + + + + > + | + + + t'a
1.115 8.0.1 Ford the best auto in the. world Tho
20.00 51.50
24 146.06 I 18.7SI
11.44 resistant against disease.. The! Missionary l : awl ai n last resort lakes somethingelse
Ir"n-\lul; With A.Kick. I Notice
23' 111.51 372.641 212.34 210.00 19.20 0.44 180.26 706.14: is a much better berry here ;- instead., Thnt m always dinnp-! i yS
26 U6.9410.00/ 64.86 72.50 66.611 1.96 2.10 10.00 181.6 I remain, -
than it is in the states north of here. pointing and unsiitisfartury The auto
\ 27 267.84 37.3M 80.00 77.6 8.41 2.52 lau.54 Your friend. Six months! after date hereof I will
28 946l 7.1/1/ 16.00 8.1.00 2.30 1.20 61.011 There are some 2>> varieties. in the way M to cut this out uiiil taku it with
30 1:1: 64.17 8.13 2.77 2.52 60.85 nOSUN GILBERT: to make of present my vouchers and final account: I
: 28.75: I 12.60: 16 15 country commonly grown for market yiii so us sure getting
8 Totals 4141.6" 50.3977 ."... . "I" 0" 19119' I : ; ,0 vt. 67 28.5 5807U 2220.15 hut the Klondike constitutes: about I'. !S" Also when I recaptured ChnrnlM-rlain'a Tablet You will find to tho lion. Oei: A. Gardiner, County ,r rJudge

one-third, of the IIcrl'nj.all\ in the hut the first thing we landed) on nothing quite to mtinfactory for con of Bradford County, Fla.; and

South. The Missionary l however does was a 1 Fold with' notlntiK lift. of it stipation and imliKcntion... Adv. auk for my final discharge nt admln- t
best in central and, south Florida, It but its under frame. bare whei'K, and i -

r DISTRICT BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDS FOR has a long shipping season, from December i mriniFmt! \' -fl\ ,' minuti, after 'IMtrator of tho estate of Roderick Baker

\MinlMr l-onl, manii'd, by deceased.
wa II11I"'hllH'
f BRADFORD COUNTY FLA DEC. 31 1918 untilpril.. i irtin mil, wa nn i' th. <'hose Ask Your Grocer" This 'Jlth day of January, 1910. I I 11
Every home in Florida with a ,garden '
: of tin. rett, .Itinr, Tirk 35'1' ,I !1. ( ' j. 11. Iti rcn '
should have a few strawberrvplants. for- ,
bra .
a I I I ... -" Write for the bulletin and 1'', llun I 1 'tt-6mo.\ Admnistrator. j I
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,make arrangements: to have some nextecason. _ 1'1" ,

I r I "; I 1 Notice
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;; TO1.1.. ItU.Mil'-OIUl C'oI'STY(
i : :Jt. >Six months after date hereof I will
., I"Ln .: .ay5 ("(.l'B <;IKI.S uYTilli vouchers and final account .j
t present my :
(j ? .
(' I "
i g 8 ... li 8.P!: g3I i I OQFFEESBcst I to the Hon. Ouo. A. Gardiner, County I I. "I
I ,,0:: 1. I s. 0::... I wish to urge nil Club ifitN, to be Judgo of Bradford County Fla., and .
I .. ,
I a- It. ;; I.arie yo "f 'lull
of present at ineotinir \ '''ut '
I .s ;; I .!! ;: i .s': I .s.. link for my final disrhurgi as n'lmln- i'
I .. ... .. 11 .. und to make a wpcnal 'irnrt' tu. he h'-" in' tatiVi istratrix. of tho estate of J. K. Barton ("'
.Ij By TestDAVIS ; .I I
1 h-I : I ; .: i 2 i S a y lI j present' lit the meetings when HI,. hnvi, \ Inn 'ipplWrit )h '. .ur nerd' Every deceased. !

I ;- .so';: :!: c:! 5.JI .o;; sewing< k'sson-i.. Thi'sc I li'-smi an n fill' < alaloiuiItif'irti This ,Jth tiny of January, 1919 i
t -' important ...f the i-lul. girl' !
very part KVF.MNA; BAUTON, ',
a 421 1.8$ 30000. 63B702B21 i 46.25 dOO T lUJo.I'U'I"uuu. 2 .nt. 'at i''in ,in. ..11'rrtp w
22 A68S7 8000.00 T, 12.32 210,00 aooo.on I"440.16 work. The State Pair .\ ."", iiiti'I.,n ha I 1-1:! 'imo.! Ailmmistrntiic.
2d 88-44 1J 25 I220.81I1IOIIO 161.42 17.17 81000: 11000.00 1011:\:\.68S2M \ '
9491.7864000.> 1017.601 787.89 100.70 1020. I .741! 1037.60 84000' "). I 22 for the follouintr! : I I. \M\PII\: "Mi. c i "ISooritis In a llvnltliy Child' ,

Ii"! "t set nt I pier OM fnt. ar\ t !I- I.. I ,n" I I., All rhlldrn " wild$, w",,,,, have an 1111lifullliy -
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES of twoM. h nt ...Inr. wliii li tnilli'nti"i IHK* I 1.1..1.) | and HI it
room consistmjr! i i
( Agency Cat. 188f > full. thi'ro U Himnr I.... xbinutll, dl< lllh","r.LhuVhSTAS'ILI.Es'othui'IINligivrar.gUlarly.
ASSKTSr.rNrilAI. : lumen -"lIrf. table e..ver. t ,11 t.. I... M i I: 0 ,

of. unlile.H'hed musinl,3111 -Iti'l'l! fur. two tit ltu* '- w'.i h< will ,,niii h "Ilin I. tin 1
:: ., SCHOOL Fe;>;o!'! l prove. tin* illi;. si Inn. nml ii< t )in n (h n.rnl Sin, 'nittliniiilllolili
Pnlnnce cnih In id. t,otitoi. ,.,<.- . ... __ 488.'U' -- --- NEB i I INSURANCESTARKE <., In tin. win li. ny arm "Niilur.-will, tin, u
" r, "'00011...".<\ 18.... Ini linlinir. currtnt jtnr ..__ _.-__u__ _- .. .. __ __.___ __ 21.P'S .'6\ The Quinine That Doe Not Affect The llcojMwnu rzNDLE 'h.w ...Ir..r. .1t"'I| 11)In. w.."" '.. nn 01 I Hi.. I hilil WI", l I...
UncollitU'd null I..... -. _ - . . hUun.n_______- ... .._... __ 1.20400 .r nt 3 its tonic and |fi.miw.- m... I \ \ \ 111 |I."rfi1' t llf'llllh' I l'l t> rlHiinr, I., ,. tnk** lUk |I" rlxllli-, .
SI'KCIVL TAX DISTRICTS 11\ HKOMD! IM\K: : (hih Vtr< mi, HOTEL --- . ---
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by wuhmit
anytmi' rausjnit n' ru'
nalinee.aah In ileniwitfirii l .. --------------------------------------------1.3 I'. h"h""lId! E.N.GRuI.ti'r; .,, jACKSONVIlLE'flA
Ilnlaneo' cah Inten-iit and. inking fund -. .._______.._____ ._.______........_ V 7.271.HI LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES '
Ztnlnnctt c..h bond fund ____ . __._ _n._.__..____.__________...__?__..... .... O'3.2M Eeropt'anDlan Complete< Modern< Greened
t'ncollfctfd' ".non. IncllldinK current year .n__________________.__________?_. H 4.:. I-'I:211
L'ncolk'ctud taxm, bond fund __n__.______.?.-..?.....__________._.____.____ . __ &: 2" MICKIE SAYS OIItslde room Seem Uoatod 'I li'up Cifonxcow OFFDrx'sn't +
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Total _______ __ __n.___ .. ____-______..___?__"_______"_?___?-?__. ._. 4H37-.2I- I ____ \ ctiA,( 'Coi\voi\i to t/erythiivj, |I".ihewt .. .
VJELLPftrlN'T\; ; : / of City Send for Book lot. MICKIE SAYS - -
1"1'1\5 A I OH, MIGt41Ei hurt! Lift any corn or

; ; SCHOOL FCNDWarrant CLEAl>4 w1v t1EFAMtLV I I 'AIN'1' \T STRAN(3E,; NOW callus off( v, ithDon't tinllrI '
outstanding for current expinm1arranu -. ___n. .__ --. _-_. _.n_______.__--- 18.93.1. NEwS FoEAVV -- '- - r
\\ nuKlnuilinir. erpt bond given for ? SOME GOOD SCOOT9 IP1
property or money borrowed the payment of which la deferred. .....__..._____... 22,011.1.00" PAPER ITAIN'T OnouC1 -1'1'115rOWN' WHO PAY ALL

SPECIAL TAX_ .DISTRICTS. __ __. _..____. JVFAULILL ', Nou I Iht Alert:: Work, H e.t OTHER OiLLS PROMPT
Warrnntl outstanding ___ ___ _ __ __ _ 4710.40Rnnd1
out UindinB. -. _--uh__ -- ---_ . . ,._..-___....._uh.......-...-.-.--- Warrant oIlIMI.odln-bond- fund ___.n____.__....____..-.._....____............ _1 1.0\760:\ TELL TnNOCILO E. piijoyincnt, mil i ,I r\ < rylluiiii, ( tthcn' your 'roE wEWSPAPER MAN> f'E.Q I

Total ___n___ ____u____.______________.______.__._________.._____?_______.-111.110 B'l- \ ('sJ I II I ti'!'.'.,d is 1:1:< i.' "d I ii'iit!, i liiij in'' 'hi inilif ER -rnate YEARS cI7
Je . Ijlimil. lI Ii, ivin very i- i rcsMiii; ,Hi" I 11 un. AT ft 5TQE-rCr-\T lfff.r

VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY I I tilt". syst'in. < ..HI-niii wi 'ikii-. I I.. /iiifss.. I
ft' rvousni in kiit *sIKOVI.'S 4

School houaf and Iota -_ __ .. ___ .__._GENERAL______________._____.____________.______ 1"5" tin. ( '1 IASII.II.SS I : Chill: 'IHMCristuri ,
School fiirnitiiii, -_ .--- - I 18,6.300School tit7.3 's tnmty and Vitiihty l.y. I'urily'iiiK'
,,7 "iinl, 1 t. hut.. Ih":1.\: ...oil 1 Wlii'fi f 4 1)
urn rlll 1 1MI
i school AppnrntunOther : property-- __--__------ ::::::--::::_:::::::::::::::-. _:::::::::-::::::_:-__: 4-3D1: ') ,ml;:; 4tri-ML'ili'>iiintt" .nviKcir.itiiii! ffT!you<.11" ice 1 rani VJ t fl
- '
Total _. .____ __. __ __u.u_________.__?______...n_ 13K.-1" "0 how it lrnt/-, ,, < ior to tin- < Im-ks and how
it irnfifovi s tin iin| ,"tie" you will then.iiiri.
.< lute its tni" limn value' I
is not n |"III> tm ilu'me, it is dimply I I ;

beats burying thorn. Steve Hoover, "Strawberry Varieties in the United IKON: and gl "IMSI.: siisiirnili-ii in Syru) 't

Mt. Pleasant Iowa, writes, "Com So I'leuMiNt estn thililrt like it 'I 1 lli>
States", is. the title of Farmers' Bulletin J bl'K'd ii'-rdsQuinine' to. !'uflfy It and IRKS: I uI

menced feeding my herd of about 100 i No. 10H just issued by tho U. S. a 11 11t to hum It. Fhi-se liable l" mi' I'.r''pprties I I,

hogs B, A. Thomas's Hog Powder Department of Agriculture, Washing : nevrr fad to drive i,ut irnpunti..s in +

over two months ago. Fifty were ton D. C. Florida home garden people the blood sulfa A tiny buttle jrt
lick and oIl feed. Nearby herds had should send for it, says the State Marketing The Supngth-CrcatingPuwer Chill 'IONIC: : tins of dKOVE'STASfKLKSS innde it costs but a few cents nt any ,\\1

cholera. I did not lose one-they ': Bureau. i -=62f the favorite tuiiK in tlioiiNamU, of homes. drug Htore Apply, a few drops on the I

, are well and growing fast." I Many improved varieties have been More than tluriy-tive' years uii<<"i. folks cornH, nllin.'H and "hard! skin" on bottom

Sold by I I developed from the original wild type. wlutdnd..along dmtaurn lo Mft I.J'IIV r'STASTt.Lt :; of feet then lift them off. j ,t '

J. C, Manning, Starke.J. I I I ...S dull TUNIC: when|, a 11Ieaam.5. \\ hen Fruvzone removes corns from 1 j'.

L. Douglass, Lake Butler Colds Cause Grip anj Influenza dljl.. rnemtx-r of their, family bad ri/i or the toes or calluses from the bottom I
a iKMly-buildinit, str -nKthDiviiiOtonic
W. L. Overstreet. Lawtey. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE:- : Tablet* remora" the The formula is just the sonic today of feet, the akin beneath Is left pink

J A. D. Andrews, Ralford. cans. *.. There U only oo. "Dromo QuitUo." d and you can lift it from any drug and healthy and! never sore, tender or 1l I

J. V. Jonei Hampton.. -Adr. C. W. GROVE'S "signature oo bole 30e.: 1 1rA store b<)c pet "bottle irritated.-Adv. No. 285. ,
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P \. .. ;. !I'i'i, I' llC; ,,>i j'Ohll11| MY IJ.M.I.Kril.. :M .\RKL.:; FLORIDA ntlu.I.: .\\' !I._1919ttrauitml

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I. F.Mon, Baxter, of Greenwood S. C., Him, of New River, spent Saturday af1 r> -J !.
i iled I :
Cuunly ielcgraph( is home on a visit with his parents, teriioun here with friends .. __
I \
-- --- :Mr. and ;Mrs. .1. I.). Baxter. | Hubert Rouse, of New River, was #
; PnbI,,, 1"t-etly, and entered alt seo J. C'. C'utie, of Lawtey spent the in our town ;Monday morning.
\ week-end her with his family. :Mrs I. W. I'mholster, Jr., spent -A-:
end la-M mattrr: at the Vnst-nlfice at I Curl Lewis motored to Worthington I Sunday with her sister, Mrs p. S. ,

turk(>, Florida.E. Saturday.. morning. | (Col-on, of Pine Hill,
.\11-" Eunice llaien entertained a I H. Ncwsom, of Graham, was transacting -
I S. MAT'llIEWS: Editor and Owner number" of her friends last Tuesday I business here Saturday after-

J. C. R01UNSOX.{) ;;:; Associate Editor. I night. Several games were played, noon.
_ those. present being, Messrs. Carl and ,I! :Miss\ ;Mao Dyul, of Tampa, who has
1O19 i'Y h.ii-trr: mid Mi.xuos; ;Mamio Oliver, Inez :I here returned to her home Thursday.
,- 1919J .\b< inathy, Lurene. Haxen, 11'illieiao: Miss Lubedia 1'inholste.r, who has '
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C'. .:.L"llla I fUL' ;W/11 I LMUL/Ill'IAA]J :Nal: >b and ;MyrUi :Morgan. They reporta been attending school in Alachua
.:Tr : : mi e time I came home :Monday after the close of w
-r- .t;. 1"? -_o. 1 T2C3A I :'11'. and :sirs' 1. J. :Morgan and son, her school .
'- Clarence, and dought..rIYI.tu.; at- SunlJlt'rndreu, of Old Bradford;
45 () 7Si9tJO.; t ti tided hurrli at ;New Hope Sunday. was in town Friday morning on busi- (
1.11"1" and ;Marvin Ha"en, of .
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A 1112131415161718J9' . : ( iainesille, spent Sunday here with ness.T. I1. Ward, of Hamlet, X. C., spent
their! parents. part "f last week hero with relatives i
20 21222322526272829M31: ;Misses Pearl! Lewis and :Mao Pyal arid friends. I ,i ', \ / l
.. yI spent Wednesday! in Starke, /guests. of Inez Abernathywas in Worthington { _. I
Mi,s Ethel: 1 Griffin; Sunday morning.
t B. Surroncy and daughter Vera, I Handle Crosby spent Sunday with =
arc --d-
sisiting' in Jacksonville this week. I her sister: ;Mrs. I. L. Eubnnks. Ij;n4r -
--- --- - -- -- :'11'. and :Mrs.. I P. W. Ha/en anddaughter I Curl Ward left last week for Hamlet tStanding3

attended church at N. C.. where he will visit relatives.
i 11\1': tlll.lit'q : Eunice: I
Y t -- ;New; Hope. Sunday. I ;Mr. and Mrs. !Dukes, of near Lake td correctly I
:( '' Fro Mlle. tLI..i \1.. t I'i''e' l Duke ;, Misses: Vera and, Rosa. Surrency of Butler, were in town Saturday sitting a/ walking I ,
('N 1: \\' .ipi'ii' 'i ,i.tti: d uillerat the !tonne '| near hole. Spent Wednesday here at I Tom rhastam, of Lake liutlcr. was
of ;Mi1'. 1'. peklf Monday.: the home o( :Mr... and 1 :Mrs P. ;\''I. Bare transacting bUKillt'8S'hero Friday. the f first essentials to'good healthand p
Tin'P., I'riutor. \ of Starke, and, foot. EMim Baxter was a visitor to Graham are : :
41 Pies S, S. !Proctor, of Lake Putter I: I Mrs. Brooks, who has I been upcnding Sunday afternoon.
were Sunday guests of :Mr. and,I IIrs.; some\ time with her son, .1. F. I E. T. Stewart spent the weekendhere that elusive charm we call style
T. 1'. Pekle.Misses) || Brooks. left Wednesday. for Knoxville with his family.
: Pellc and :Mac Puke visited Tonn., where she will visit relatives. !rwzbl'l'nathy spent Saturday in
1)) tl ; their sister, :Mrs. Lean Drawdy Saturday Joe Surremy' spent Saturday: in''II Alachua. I
: afternoon. I lAlaihua.! having! di-ntal l work dune. ('"II Weeks and Leonard Halbrook I.I tv-'men wish to be well!; but alt! \'cm.a vda:i I .un naturally c:otin .;;i mi.ii-x. tot:o"Vt'ry- i
I i '\, Misses\ Klsie: lilies pie and ;Norma I :Mr, and :sir :N.: )P .Johnand/ little of Santa Fe, was in our town Sunday .;;y: } do not t prcciute the Vital: i-ip[ i'. '1.:,. .;! :..,' ':.v !--o.\ir i. > IL i Jd; til, / .n; (' 1 II'all rep

v t.. Dekle were week-end guests of MissesPello : - -- - -- -- afternoon. '''z i loirici ..I t rn. .>' .,11 an c: -'," : i to: 'c-:'"n ;'1 : !'C { ").;: ' .:;: :... !llJt .igord
l '"'i and :Mae Duke. ., ;Miss !.aura Lewis is on the convalescent t til-alt! '1 no xllknin r-cJ'.cal: learned physi lan now rei-ocnixc the moJcrnc'ct Li '
; :Mr. and :sirs" Willie Pl1r1'ilh11': ''. FARMER BROWNGoes list this week. ( :authority Alice: S. Cutler, ;\1.D.] w\.rrii) r.a: : as a hyf'c"'i) : '!;' healthful: t. .--.tent (::)
:Martha ParrUh. Jas. (ioodge and l family \ : :Mr. and ;Mrs. W. Androu and daughter .,. "As a rihv !ri.nho; knov 3 that: if it were nnd t rna that; Is c'ten! the lee t means of preeye
II 1). I. plume and daughter, Josephine. ,: :sirs.. O. B. Hazen, of New River, ( 1 fiN for ilI-t! .IIII' and: ,'.. wrong kind of vidttiii! c'- :cctivo support for many 1> \ t
d Bob Parrish and, family, Ar- a Visiting.Continued : were pleasant visitors here Sunday nf'ternoon ,[ corsets xvcvouJd; !have "'<:}, few :female in- ailments.! odil,2
dell( Prawdy! and, :Miss Elsie. (Iliespie \ at the home of :Mr.\ and :Mrs (1
attended a fish fry at the :Scout' holey --- I K Andreu.

y :New; !River 1-rid.iy. They report a I': ( From Last Week II | I Ch'stt'rnh'cu, of New River, attended .., tI

t ) rde.isant Mr.: und time.Mrs.: II. L. Puke, Mr.; Eben :I I Well I d'lurellIry; you all surely I night. prayer meeting here Sunday GOSSAMD( J }) COMSETST.'if ;: ( I

and family were guests of ;Mr. and'i have got up u line supper. We all :Mrs. K.': P. Sayles. of Lawtey, spent I ,
:Mrs. J. H. Whitehurst Sunday. I I didn't, intend to stay to supper, but I Sunday here with ;Mr. and ;Mrs. J. C.
11 Sheppard Puke and sister Hattie (:[ here goes.1Vell. Cone.Mrs.. Or(;:i.-J.[In'1I1I,'.l Front Lacir.z CcrsttsHave I
were shopping. in Lake Butler Saturday :J Bill, now we have done justiceto : '. Kelly who has been making e I
your good wife's cooking even if lectures over Bradford county in the .. ,

t, J. E. Pekle) was the guest of :'olar-I she had l to cook it on the old 1 hot stove. interest" of the Victory Liberty Loan, attained their unqiicstii! ned: I superiority des become strong with Ule. A woman so
Pekle Saturday night. They 'It's a shame we don't get our wivesone spoke here Sunday afternoon at the
I cus by assisting nature to perfect.. expression. corseted n-iil\ have tier I.' ':cable: beaatv ot
cat t fishing on the river and had good of them oil stoves for $:!l.OO. We'dnever Missionary 1 Baptist church at three health and that : body, st.mJir-g.

?4 luck.Elder I i miss it-llnd they will get comfort o'clock Every: Gossard: is hv ier.Icaliv. ::rrect.; Properly sitting, oi) v/alking grao.-, which- i is best expressed
M.: O. Touchstone, of QuitmanGa. I from the use of it.Well Brinkley Hayes, of Worthington, fitted to the figure I r which it was ia the one word style. .
filled his regular apopintment at and let's was in town Tuesday morning.Mrs. ,
I I fill up your pipe designed it will pi"e; scientific support to
'< Bethany church Saturday and Sunday. make for the porch. I want you to Gainey spent! Monday with her
abdominal and back muscles with no chance U'c unreservedly rcc -.-mend: Gossard Corsets
I'' E. S. Gainey of LaCrosse.Mrs. .
of P. Dekle while son
He was a guest P. tell me about your trip to Starke. '
+ of undue at tht waist'.inc! the as the complete exprt.fcion of modern
i Shaw pressure ; organs corsetry.
Bryant spent
here. Well when I to Starke the
I I Bill- got of nutrition will!! be free fro t'' -
1' and Starke. :: pressure; Our highly specialized corset service is maintained ; -
L. S. Dekle
:Mrs. L. A. Duncan first place I struck for was DeWitt
A family Mr. and Mrs Jno. Mott, of ,I, Jones. I told him you sent me thereto Mrs. P. M. Barefoot is on the sick erect posture which:: is induced will! encourage with a null! appreciation of the exacting:
1 t Lake Butler attended services at I IW look over his stock of Hardware.lie list! this week. deep breathing and the diaphragmatic mus- needs! of the: modern, active woman.

( Bethany Saturday and Sunday. I II' took me all through and showedhis Steve Hague attended the Masonic
:Misses Ida and Josephine Blume I stock of Plow Repairs Screen meeting here Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .

were ,guests of their sister, Mrs.: Ceo Doors Rakes Hoes Forks, All Kindsof : G. B. Colson has been on the Cossards arc priced at 32.50 $7,..75 33.00 $,:.,50 $...00 35,0035u50and. more
Johnson Sunday. : Handles, Stove Pipes, Plows Cultivators sick list but is now recovering.Buy -
Rowand Johnson returned Sunday ;) Automobile Oils and I don't a Liberty bond of the Victory
from a week's visit with relatives ;;In know what all. Loan.
P t Baker county. I Then he said, This is not all of our Rev. King, of i\ew River will filP]
:Mesdames. P. O. and, Lon Pukes business; come with me to the Coca his regular appointment at the Missionary -
I were business> visitors h'reIollllay: Cola plant. Well, I never know they Baptist church next Saturday
1 The many friends of :Mrs. IL.. had such u plant in Starke. We went and Sunday. Everybody i is! invited to
)! Prawdy regret that she is still confined all through and l sampled a lot of good attend these services.Mr I STUMP'S
.r to her b"Illtn,1 hope she will soon .tutT-Cocu Cola, Bludwine all kinds I : ''. Baxter, Alachua, is here. on
J. be up again. of Soda. III visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Gertrude Flt.tdu'wn14 the The men were busy as hoes, washing I Rev. Wood, of Starke, filled. his !
t guest of ;\11'''. Prawdy) : Sunday. bottles! and filling! the bottles by I regular appointment at the Podan
) cousin J. Baptist church last Saturday and Sun-
:Marcus Ih.klt.'i"itt'tI his machinery as fast as they could set
) l-.. and A. R. Pekle Sunday.Messrs. the bottles down. Some plant for rdny.I .
: .. W. O. Roberts and J. N. Htaike.Then. I :'11'. and 1 111'8.:\ O. W. Thomas, of

) Gainey were out cow-hunting :Mon.iday. he took me through his undertaking I near here, were in town last Tuesday ::5. ...,. ,'
: parlor. He has a fine stockof I afternoon.Mr. I 1,' -rr"3. .., ',. '" ,
i Col. Peek of Starke. was looking 'uffins-IIII kinds and! sizes-some : and :Mrs. I.. L. Johns spent the I.
after his business interests in the Five very tine, .bettor than you would! have week-ond here with relatives. II i 1 1i
Mile; .section Monday.B. espected to liiul. He also has! u fine I I T'rnnk, Lane, of Starke, was attending regular reputable physicians believe j!
I.. Puke. was n business visitor to' auto hoarse.I to business' here last Saturday. that the combined skill of several ,
Lake Butler Saturday I was looking over his FIX-\I.I.I| :Mr. and, Mrs.: Fowler and little son I trained specialists in chronic disease i
-- that of Bell hate been visiting relativesnear than GRIFFIN & JOHNS
-- - \RMSII: :; I .1IN1'S-nll;; colors- cases can aceumpliih more one
in: nous! : \\ till ITS IIl1rfHII\\ last-for Floors, Inside Finish and, i iutol11oil"II. i hero. doctor alumin other words, in unity :
') PARTY .\ t'olor.'ulnut, :Mahogany !| 9---- - these is strength.The .

/ iolden; Oa)". Ch..rryIohllwk; :' ('011TO: ; ( HT\IUU-TIII': :: offer! to treat all who call on The Big Store .
i ,t Tuesdayafternoon:; ;;;; from the I to MVen '' Red Black. Palm (;1'11. Ktc. Quarts KI.F.CrUO-MKlUCAL: : : POCTOUS this visit absolutely free, 13. their original -

",11;' :Mrs. J. W. Whit.1 g'I\a .1 lovely *1 L:'jr.! ; pints. Toe: Half Pints, toe.I I method of getting this! system of
party for her little 1':1ndI''I.dll'I'' :Specialist-dill; lie at Commercial treatment before the public
Fth: din White. Hotel. Fur One Pay Only I and no one rich or pour, white
The young hos-ti- reitivcd n.iiv ored should neglect to take advantage,
beautiful gifts' from nor !l.ttlo fr, ... nN 'I Wonderful Result'-larvelou' Dem- I of their very liberal olfer-ABSO-
who came to kin\ with her in c<-!".brat I onsirulion. in Chronic Disease. I.VT1Jo'HEE (medicine excepted). No To The, Public:
log her fifth hir 'I.II', Mu-u aid I j Cases hy Their New System | (cutting;No knife.It .

,. games: were enjoyel I for tome time.KtuI [ Trt'utmt'nt-Ofl'.r Services I makes no difference how many We have opened a retail store corner Call
I then little \(1( *. Vu'gHia Weeks! Free of Charge. doctors have consulted. or how
I told' the children 'a ('hl'l mnlt i.lfryt -. I many patent medicines you have taken and Walnut and will carry one of the largest

story Word has! just been received that you cannot afford to miss! this opportunity stocks of Groceries Dry Goods Clothing etc., in
Mrs. White ''''I'\'t'\lh.\ children with the Klectro-.Medical:. : Doctors specialists I of ascertaining your exact''
,... cream and cake, being, assisted: by t1 (/ .j'.j''f licensed by the state of Florida. condition anti be honestly advised. No the county at prices attractive to everyone. At

;tl 1 !Mrs. Olin W. White and 1 :Miss\ Cmsie and who have met with such phenomenal one should require further evidence of present we have a full line of Groceries, part of
White The birthday cake was beautifully ) (i 1 1I success throughout the entire II the skill of these specialists than the'
embossed n, pink and white South will be mSTARKE. following letter recently received from our stock of Men's Clothing and we are expectingthe

1 and bore the birthil.w! .\\.Ih'-1HI-t-1!> TIIURSDAY :MAY 15TH. a well known Baptist minister: balance of our stock every day and we i invite
UUO.! Just bef,i''t- c.itin-r the rake, for one day only, to demonstrate their "I 1 can't thank you' enough, D.'ctor.; "
t five pink candles, added. their the ry I| new system of treatment of chronic I said the Rev. R. I.. Fletcher well you to come in and look our stock over. We are

glow: to the scene. I i disease cases. known minister, an he entered the here for business and solicit trade.
-' The following little people w '1',' the ( This will indeed be good. news to crowded reception rooms of the Doctors your

party guests. ; Julia .Canovii 1 Richard l 1 those who find it inconvenient to visit and continued i to speak words of Before purchasing your summer suit look at
Wamwright, Alice ....rnlll1l... 7. U'lbard I i i11 ,, the n-ntral laboratories at 117 West I praise. to all those assembled. "I began -
Harvard Evelyn: "''' A E. is For*;,.th St: JnrksonvilleFla These suffering from general breakdown our line---$13.50 to $32.50.GRIFFIN .
'Wall .Ir Annie Lan.. \Paul Knight November :'Jhth" last, and appeared togo
Betty :McLam. Ha/el! Adkins. (;ilcnnMcMillan. I all to pieces: my stomach kidneys' ,
: : :Merrill! "Futih. I Louise andJ. "WhyDhlntWeDo JF SHE BITES I heart blood and nerves went back on

L. p'k. Jr., :Merrill McMillan: Harriet I i me, and even though, I consulted the
and Eloise. hitch, Riclmid I n ':!. II I I best local doctors they finally had toadvise
Virginia! ; and Murla W..k".IIt. ,. that they cnuldCi'e/ me no
qfl Spencer I cab and 1 Elmo Struth. Billy Long Ago ? 'DR. WILLIAMS NO.1\ 101 TON : cure, and for me to consult an expert &
1' Graham.; Phinella and Louise Snider: IC KILLS HER STINGIt's specialist. As soon a* I noticed' your JOHNS
II!. Lester Price Robinson Leilu Des Andrews These homemakers now I announcement and learned from so

Doris 1'01"'a Lou and J>m 1'c.11ize.1h'c! ten> oE thousands the. lady mosquito that "vamps"you. many people of your. cures I came to
Poppell Lois Colley, Waldi Young of others, that the beauty She's the one that comes around your office. Department Store
t'S Lloyd( Caswell, Lucile :Mitchell Ruby and finish of f Kurniture Floor singing at night. She's the one that "I I had indeed about lost hope but
1'avis' Lucile Johns., Louise Stewart. and Woodwork may be easily bites you and makes the chills rundown today-even after taking your marvelous -
.----_ restored by using 1'bcoll. your back and the feverish treatment for only this short period

1 KROOKKKBrooker. Give yourself the pleasure. sweat break out r."! over you. She's -I am a new man; eat well sleep Eruptions, Rheumatism Uric Acid tend their services FREE. -
which all who discover the of malaria. well and feel like a man in my prime.
comet to cause! But Dr. William Poisoning Epilepsy' Paralysis, Ner Hundred have
May .-:Messrs R. T O'- Fixall for themselves. *' JO1 Tome knocks malaria out. I I want to thank you and my dear wife vous Troubles and Debility, ;Neuralgia their perfect good health restored to
i teen, f.: V. Andreu. and P. :<1. :Malphurs It is the true specific for this terrible I, also want to thank you for she is so Stomach and Liver Trouble Catarrh, cheeks and with rosy
were on business in the county get-it-at .affliction. The. quinine in it kills the proud of my improvement. I want Asthma, Itronchitis. Pleurisy Tumors you The sparkling eyes so may
malarial. ,germ; the iron strengthensand I to publish. this. statement that are
seat Monday. DeWitt Jones'Hardlvare you have. Indigestion Constipation, Gall Stones, known throughout the orequire
f -Mr.: and :Mrs. A. B. Shaw and son. I invigorates you; the magnesia! others can benefit the same as I Ovarian and Female Troubles. Enlarged further mention. state
L Albert, of Gainesville, were in our keep your bowels regular. Dr. William -":Most gratefully yours, Glands or any retlex condition of
f ini Tunic. i is "R. I.. IFLETCHER. I :Married women should be .
.; burg, Sunday. fT' Store doing, splendid work I Signed) the nervous system and those diseases j I aecompa.mod
the malarial sections of the ;Now that know the truth you by their husbands. and children
Lester. Shaw was !in Starke Tuesday I in coun- you aboutw hlch most people dislike to by
', to blame if you I their parents.Remember .
t z on business.Mrs tr> It will produce satisfactory have only yourself consult the !general practitioner.
; Newsom, of OM! Bradford and results in any case of poor health let continue to suffer from Piles. Kidney : the hotel day and date.
4 Troubles Discharges, Boar in mind that this will likely be' one day
Saturday : i trial bottle from druggist. Re- and Bladder
in our town I" your I
sister, were shopping the last visit when the .
Skin specialists
Blood Poison ex : Hours
fu- a.
afternoon. to accept any .ubltitute.-\J" 3 not-.!- m. toI p. m.-Adv.


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| Don't forget the ice cream and cake
'sale ut Hull's Saturday afternoon.i .
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I Clara Cornelius, \Vuycross, r
Bits of LocalInformation Q
gi I Ca; and mother-in-law, Mrs: Cornel

Ills, aremiting in Starko this week, tl
irui'st"" of :Mrs K.: J. Wainwright. BANK OF STARKEThe

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Percale 15 cents a yard atSternberg's. t
,I .J C..e.Mj 0... P...,.. ..11.,1 ...ff
... .. Bank
15J le./r.a. to tin c. .4 T. Growing
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.'S 1 L... .. -.I. :Miss"' Addis Buisdcn returned from
.pq .faikiionville", Friday< here she has
Mrs V. J. Valentino, of Providence,, i I Don't forget; the Ice cream and cake been at the bedside of her niece, :Sirs.V. -/
was in StlrkeIonday.: -ilk at Hull's Saturday afternoon.Men's \ McCabe: who accompanied her
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('(,,L 1 1). E. Knight: is attending court; I I __ ._____ ___ .
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Work Shirts 79 cents
in Luke City this week. I Prices on our Groceries; areI tA
at Stump's.
J. T.-Quigley-- was s business--visitorto .1 ________ J I 1 down to the bottom-Price a few

Ju'k""nvllIIOlldIlY.; :Slrs'r.: : II :\Id ellth, of Jacksonville, I staples and l he convinced-Cash

.. .- . ---- i.- "1Jl'lIdlllltI": week at the home of Department Store.
Dr. W. Middlcton: of Hampton,,, Mi.; and. Mis: K I A. Weeks.! !iI

was in the city ;Monday I :Mesd.unes .J.\1.: Aharez. K. .\.

Trunks at cost at 1 Weekami 1.. A. Davis. are in .J.Il'k-
Olin W. White made a business trip Sternberg'sT. ,
OI1\'ilI this Meek attending& the "staL'convention
to Jacksonville yesterday i: of the Florida Division,
T. ;M. :Mr. and :Mrs.\
Padgett C. A.
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United Daughters of the Conederncy'Private
Col I D. I Jo;. Knight; and family motored ., II Roberts and ullIghtl'rIiss; Ruby, of I 1 1t
to Luke Butler : Lake Butler in town :
Monday were Monday :Mertie Newmans writes ;\t the close of business :May 5th, J 1919, our deposits I
friends that ho is having/ a fine. time '
Kiiicoe \Id./lin: wus u business visitor .1 Men's: Palm Beach Pants, the best in Frunce, now that the war's over, were 30 per cent., or almost one-thinl, more than "
to Jacksonville: :Monday. going from $1.98 up. Regular $:;..00'I '
but he is impatient for the time to
the slate of last
I \alues and up. Cash Department they were on same year h1ve ,
come when he con return to the States. I''
(lii-slfj I'litfir, of Graham was in Store t
Starke very much ;appreciate this endorsement of our
Monday on business. "' I
I :\11'11v.: \ Williams an,1 son Wesley Florida and Spanish seed peanuts; service and invite others to make of it.VI'e w
seed peas of /all kinds at Kickliter's \ use
!Jr. Brown of I.awtey, wus attend. and II. J. Leverett, ofVoelhing- G-2-2t.

ing to business in Starke Monday I I ton, were visitors to Starko Monday. I especially invite clunking accounts. None aro

Corp. Karl ('h..I,> Thrower P.atr, r, '
Horn: to :Mr. and :\11'''. Orval Glisson Coma to Mull's Saturday afternoon too large for our facilities ;and none too I\n\\lIto\ haveour
i 15th F A., Second Division, A. i:. F..
east of town, u daughter; :May 1st. I unj buy your cake for Sunday. I is now attending a wireless school careful attention. _

Cohlonz, This training
near Germany -
II. G. Alderman, of Melrose: was a | ;Mrs E.V.. Harris and little son, is to enable communication between I
business visitor to Starke :Monday j| Billy, of Dmsmore, spent Wednesdayat .
artillery\ and airplanes.Crepe ,
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A. A. Dunlen. of Hampton, was in Wills '
Starke :Monday attending! to business. ___ I suitable for Kimonas: I

Bleaching one yard wide, 18 and Underwear, 25 cents yardat 'I
Miss, IMclle: Woodnrd. of Theresa, +
cents yard at Stump's.Col. Stump's.A .
was visiting in Starke Wednesday.Sheets .
very pretty line of CfJttCill
J. C. Poppell and J. F. Kickliter I
size 72x90, special, spoke at the China Grove Baptist Mr; and ;Mrs T N. Limbaugh and 11 '

75 cents at Stump's.Miss church Sunday in the interest of edu son, Thomas motored to Tallahasse"

cation. last week. :Mr. Limbauch; and Thomas I
Audrey Snellgrove: went up to have returned home, lI'avlnotIrs./ : : 1r {u
Jacksonville\ Monday to visit her ,is. Bleaching 17 1.2 cents yardat Limbaugh for a visit with her parents

ter. Hon. and Mrs N. A. mitch, and her
Sternberg's.Mrs. .
cousin, Mrs W. II Philips.
Men's Panama Hats. from 95: cents! ,
Olin W. White and children
up at Cash Department Store.F. .
left yesterday for Texarkana. Ark., W. L. Douglass Shoes arc

M. Rivers, of Lake Butler, was where they will visit Mrs. White's good shoes. Get them at Stern- BANK OF STARKEThe _!

attending to business in Starke Mon pare'nts.Special. berg's. I Ii fej.

day. I i
sale Men and Ladies
on R. A. Newsom, Cleo Kite, Abner .
Men's Dress Shirts, 75 centsat Spring Shoes at Cash Depart Johns, of Starke, and Avery Dyal, of Growing BankE. ,

Stump's.Bryon ment Store. Graham, arrived home during the t+

week from duty with the army, having S. MA TTHEWS, President CEO. C. WHITE, Cashier L .
Stapleton, of Cedar Keys, has :Messrs.( O. B. Gordon T. B.(Hand- : recently been discharged I from
accepted a position in the local express I ley, Dave Cason and Carlos Johns, of further service Privates Kite andJohns
hail .service,>, and
oversea I'yal
office. Raiford, were business visitors here
:Monday.Get did his bit in the navy. Private New

Men's $2.00 Value Shirts. going at som was stationed during, the greater fbs Ik
part of his service nt Newport News, _
$1.29. Cash .
Department Store. our price on sugar: J. I" Kick-
_. liter. Vn. -
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II K Tlnle, of I.nwtey, w'as attending ------- .
the spring term of court in Starke Rev Blanchard Law spoke to the KMiAcnurxrNxoi'Nrin:: : : : : :

Monday students of the Bradford: County High
n____ School in chapel services Thursday I :Mr G. \\'. Sufllpriove! ; announces tinenffiiKcnicnt -
I' You will always find plentyof morning. I of Im daughter und approaching Audrey; K/ith mmriatte '- Painting

"Specials" at Stump's. Don't forget the Ice cream and cako leen, to :Mr. Onnn Grady; Cooper. The .
- -- -- ---- marriage will be quiet and will
t' sale at Hull's Saturday afternoon. I very ,
K. S. Johns and family, of Lake take place/ Wednesday, :May 21st, in
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Dutlci. -pi-nt .Suinl.i.v, < in Sturkc with :Mrs. Ella Kate Stuck came down j Jacksonville.Mr SPRING IS HERE'(1 1
relative-.. fl'OIl1'a"hinlton last wrote and is Cooper( i 11 a native of Georgia; ,
visiting her mother, Mrs Sara!' L. now employed, in the [poNtolI'iee at t

Work Shirts. 75 cents atSternberg's. Hamruk !Ir.1en's .lnl'I\' lInvil1,'. .. -- Clean Up Brighten Up Paint Up :

mOnkeY----k work 1'(11111':1(1./ :::; : ( .\:\ l

S< natui, :.1. \U.> Andrews, of Rnifonl shoes special at 1.89. atStump's. ,I ;Mother's Day will he observed next ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON OUTSIDE PAINTING OK } '
the Ruiford citizens in 11'
was unu nir
Sunday at the morning service, which
) will begin promptly nt 11 o'clock. t

.\ Tine : ;Men's Suits $9.98 up at I ;Miss i :Mildred.I Crosby has returned, I Your pastor urges you to he present YOU CARRY FIRE INSURANCE; HOW ABOUT INSURANCE p :
: Cash Department Store. from" a short visit in' Valdosta, Ga.. and wear a white (lower in honor

--.------ being accompanied by her brother, of mother.. AGAINST DECAY ? A COAT OF PAINT ON YOUR HOUSE IS AN
:Messrs. J. S. Howard inn! J. I I.. }Hfisrhell. Tinniuht!: service will be held. ut Unusual

Brown of Dukes, were visitors in .__ ___ ____. __. I hour, 8.iO.:: INVESTMENT...-NOT AN EXPENSE. +

,i; StarkellIIlIlay.; !i Nobby line of Men's Shirts at C. AltHKNATY.Pastor., t

Sternberg's. .--- k
('ami* 'o Hull's Saturday afternoon
and buy cake for Sunday I i\l.: D.sTVIi:: ': CII.\.NiKS: : II\M: Quigley Lumber & Supply Company
your I :Mr and :Mrs Jot* Hill Williams of ,,

Lake Butler have been guests this Col. II t E. Knight recently boughtof
Dr Othma I.. Hajnes and, sister, I : : :
week at the home of ;Mr. and :Mrs. II. I Bryant llmlitm his two residences j
Mrs. W. J. Grant motored, to Jackson- I
L. Brownlee. located on Call street. :Mr. Sam Kosinberff ,
ville Wednesday. I I I -. .. .._
; and Mr Underhill are now I -- - -

New goods coming in Special price on Men's noth :!occupying! these ,dwelling and will continue Get your Second from a reliable dealer. I handle the. Goodyear brand Build Now
ing1, overalls, etc. Also Ladies to live there.. | 3O.3 1-2 non-skid-.regular $20 Tire, will be old SATURDAY and MON I
at Stump's store.Mrs. : SET YOUR MONEY TO WORK
I Garments. Ginghams, and Dress i iGoods B.t l'TIST DAY for $16.50.
:-F-D.;:-Wamright left first of' ; Cash Department Store R. BURROWS, The Tire Man I ON BUILDING A HOME I

the week for Jacksonville where she I' Sunday school, 11 a. m. I : OF YOUR. OWN

will visit relatives. ;Mrs. O. I,. Haynes and,) children are! Mommy: : service, 12 m., Mothers' : ['. S. Kept nf liibor-.. "',?.1,1,8! ON yII

I spending the week at Lake Geneva Day. SALE hlng-;::: allgradim. L.-.___ ____ ___
C\KK: AMI: .
Fruit all and Junior B. Y. P. U. I .
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jars sizes jar tops I with ;Mrs IIayri.s' parents, :Mr. and p. m. I I,. A. Brown, lirookcr, Flu. -- t
rubbers. J. F Kickliter. 59.2t :j :Mrs.' :McLann. !Senior: B. Y. P. U., 8 p. m. | mmmmmmmmmmm>l mmmmmmmmm> m iI
_____ I Night Il Y'S
| cv I FL'U.I'SI'JH'
J. ;M Frulick and son, Elmer, of'| :Magic\ Stock and Poultry I'owders Devotional Bible study and prayer i will give a cake and Ice cream sale at U-- : ::i-I--I'"n; :;:
Providence were guests of relatives at Kickliter's 522t. Wednesday, 8:0::: p. m. 11111"t..n'\ Saturday afternoon, be- I I. OI4 SA : W bu. Sp| I .5l"l CANDIES
in Starke ;Monday. II frimiiiig' at ::< $1 .r,0 bu. II. S. Miller '
Preparatory juniors,
Wednesday 1.30.. Nukes MH .I' ( omi1 .1 1 o
;Mrs. A. E. Wall gave a pleasant afternoon 1:15: p. m. --- --- - I .1-'J5: ; -:'ttKl I
:Men's Felt Hats: $1.00 value-for ; W. A BESSENT'fDClmmmmomClOMIJIIlrlrt'IIIIClIDGIr.IIr'IIJI.Jj '
affair to her friends. and pa- This church is co-operating with the .CLASSIFIED.ADVERTISING ------ '
$2.19 at Cash Department: Store. I trons at her home on Cherry street )| 'United States employment service in'' SAI.K- flood; young gentle horse :, ) ;
I finding jobs for returning soldiers, !
'' Friday harness and buggy, ut a bur-
Hon. A. S. Crews spent the weekend sailors now
and war workers : f
Tallahassee : N. I D. Wainwright, Sturku
in Starke, returning to jfain
;Monday afternoon. We are selling our Millinery; It appeals to employers to keep :,.',!.it. 1

:...-__ I at Special Prices. See us before ;, t their openings listed with the nearest ONr:' < NI A V\ORI> rOR KMII n/stY.: i
I I local office of the U. S, employment CASH IN AOVAXK (
Yellow homespun 20 cents a I you buy. Stump's. service or its bureau for returning ArftrrtlMmrnt Irmerlrd under this h..i) I"IHALfIO!: : ucrc farm under wlru IS YOUR LIFE
mot b. paid In .donee "No adreni..mentIns fence, 1C acres cleared; two miles
yard at Stump's. -- I''soldiers and sailors, which Is the U. S. I one Intrrtion mettptri for I... than 3* north I
of Sturke fair building
,I I :Mrs. 1i. M: Pierce and little daucrhter Department of Labor, Jacksonville.! MflU. ; ; INSURED? t
$1 I.:!00.) Address A. G Green, lion
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:Misses Winnu- Townsend and Marguerite I|I Alexandria of New York City< i RENT:" 84. 4-J-tf. .
Lowery of Lake Butler, were''were quest' at the home of :Mr anI"Irs.

visitors in Starke Monday ;\ J T. Quigley last week.Phone ; I COFFINS CASKETSAnd i FOR I KKNT: -I House, furnished or-unfurnished FOR SALK OR ltfNT-,1f) acre farm, I REPRESENT THE it

a full line of J.J.i I ; splendid,) garden fruit, 3 miles northwest of Luwtey; Nacres I MUTUAL LIFE INS. i''

Undertakers' Supplies t-tc t Immediate possession. :Mrs.S cultivated; over 1C) young F
I F. Hamnck. It fruit trees. For sale or for rent to CO. OF N. Y., THE
GEORGE'S MARKETFull s.f Automobile leans.Always I a family very cheap. Enquiriif It
::: on hand The bent ser FOR SAI.K: Louis Hill or Peter.lorgensen( I Law I OLDEST COMPANY

line of Fresh Meats all times. Hams, vice at the lowest pricen.. Sect' -- -- tey. Fla. Ii.-t.! I IN THE U. S.
attention to telegraph oH 'r. I. OJ ht t s;.\l.K:-Ten runs of lard J. (i. I
lb. 30c. Rib Loin" 25c. I __ I
Sirloin per f rows. Starkf ",.'I.$!t.trove's .
Tenderloin 30c. Brisket Stew 17 l-2c. I Registered Embalmer I _. .- -- I !
- - - Contracting Building
Round Steak 30c. Best Roast" 25c. l lI chill: Tonics JOS. E WILSON .

I Chuck Steak 20c. Rib Stew" 15e. t DeWITT C. JONES : Repairing i ; If
I jl > vitality end rnvrty by |urlfytn4 and en-
Full Weight Guaranteed Prompt Delivery Starke, FIt. rkhinu the blwl. You. .,.nn van. reel l is Sironmhrnina Quigley Lnmber & Supply Co.I I
,. lovldwratl'H Ia' !I' '"S IB* "Estimate Cheerfully Given" 1



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.-. . .$> 3 <$> .-. <8> *'-<*> '* <* -- i "Our advice to all farmers growing KEHI' rilirivKNS: ; A ii.1CKl'.IR1)I' and feed the grown-ups. A good bulha.l i, from Dr. Sanborn Gainesville.BOOST at .tho Expert
r Cn Ta I'let's'
4 'Day r ) nn/ c" its would! be to use. a large percent I i if n.ocl'll.I.. letm on the backyard flock can he ment

,., Amai.,11nL'J. i, Entire) = If the IK I -- |
\ nmiTYmi'l"s.; (; ; ItU'OltIK I the r 'y the and curedi .
dough stage properly (
.. . helped feed J Florida folks Cit;>' und ,
<$ w4' + a !, i ; 'i' 'J> |> <|> ;
makes of the desirable
I most ;:
i; one ,
town/ folks responded quickly to the !I
('OUilTiJiTS'; ( ::; HEI'olrr HEADACHEFADES f.1 ils for livestock that can be pio- need of more hens Dr. N. W Snnboi, your Home State by sendingyour G
i lucid' on the farm. [!
1 extension poultry husbandman of the
Liberty County: An evideiiii, of "Those with large areas however,
1 the increased." I popularity of tin- purebred '- i"uM be cautioned against ..utting'' University. of Florida, said l at the I Mail orders to a Florida HouseOur i'

hog in this county i is that farmers I' too large a part of the crop at anyone 1 winter's short course at Gainesville: i i iI

art retaining more pastures and tune, as outs lying on the ground I I Florida will have to rear mote pullets Service has us National prominence
,pasture crops thin year than before, I f"I'I day or two will depreciate in II I': in IJUi) or go without a sufficient given
i The cotton crop in this county will be quality. No more should be cut at supply of eggs next autumn and win- '
increased this year any one time than can be conveniently ter. Florida must hatch more chicks.
RIGHT I raked, into windrows in the afternoon this year or do without fryers thru- I CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
lJuval Count: The general out. and, left in these (orI day or'i';I out the summer and fall months. '1 FINE
', look i:* splendid l for all crops' Many oft two until properly cured 1 Rather than run short on poultry products i! OUR
.1 those who lost! on the potato crop last AWAY "In quite a number of cases the low''' it will be best to buy day-old Everything in BOOKS
i season will milk bark a good portion yield could be traced to inferior i seed chicks from outside, the state Another '''I i LEADING
of their loss: this year. Compulsory "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" and our advice to Florida farmers year Florida will be better fixedto Trr Complete Office Outfitters
r cattle dipping. IK moving along very would be to save their own seed wherever produce its own supply of day 01,11 I LINES
I nicely, with no complaints. Offer Relief-with Safety:\ posHible. The best part of tho : chicks, its own crop of good pullets, Toys and Athletic Goods
field t should be allowed to ripen! and its. roasting chickens. :Meanwhile we
Holmes County : Rice is a paying For Headache Colds should be cut and stacked in the usual -' should, get busy with the backyardflock Artists, Surveyors and Draftmen's Materials
$$y crop in this county, and the acreage i Neuralgia Grippe way and thrashed, out for next !!"11Mon'lS keeping from six to twelve
will he m'nasfd fully \10 percent this seed. In allowing. the lie
Toothache Influenzal Colds crop to good I laving hens per family. on KODACS, Photographic Supplies
y S i year. Tinaverage farmer plants ripen, however, care should be exercised the outlook for good\ pullets that maybe
', about two iicii-s and! gets a yield of Earache Achy Joints not to get it too ripe. Overripe offered, for eating purposes, and Razors
+' a about in bushel to the no re. The Rheumatism Neuritis grain scatters considerably" in purchase them with the i idea of eat- Thermos Bottles, Safety

I,, rice mill handled more than 12 thou- Lumbago Pain: '! Pain! the process, of harvesting causingloss ing them a" they let up/ in laying another all lines
stock in
sand bushels the past season. The best stage at which to cutis year These hens can often be We carry complete our

: Adults-Take one or twc when it is about three-quaiters ripe /purchased, lit meat prices, held for
Ik-Koto; County: The navy bean, at which states it Willl'i"11 thoroly in ton months for laying and then killed Printers, Lithographers, Engravers
Tablets of
; coin and! /potato "lops/ in the MooieHaven ayer Aspirin"with
I the stack and make! better seed than for family eating Ten hens! in the
sect.ti..nII'" most promising.. water. If necessary, re- if iillnweil. to fully mature befme <,ut- backaioi will amone ', save Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System
The 2,000( lines of tomatoes! are in ',' .children,
peat dose" thrt times a day ting wasted, fund, help glow the
\ fine condition The 1'1"lI1infllctory ID
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In shape to rare for that part of the ,
I prop not. pi,...fitahle for. shipment in'' THEN.& W B.O .

the fresh state. The crop will be EVEi' I INSURE WITH ,(
r"'t i hauled, fiom/ the field! by the use oft
trucks About nine truck and/ 15; JOS- E. WILSON I
traitors are ill use by the farmers' of I t- STAT/ONfRYBOOKANO ART STORE. -
'I this !section. STARKE FLORIDA -

:Manatee County: Two spraying! ASPIRIN GENERAL INSURANCEFIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILE 45-49 W. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.

outfits will he purchased. cooperativelyat
+ an early date. One is to be a power

t sprayer and, the other a small! out- Aspirin {I. the ,.*,t I.. mark of Rnr' Miinufac. .
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fit for some young groves where thl- lure of MoouftccUcacidcster of SaUcylicacul -

acreage is small. The power outfit Buy the Mayer packngi-a only f

is for (community sprajing. The tomato Zo.nt, packag. .-Also. larger iue",
fields were never freer from

-t blight\ than this season. Club boys should notify him at otirohile W. L. OVERSTREET'SHONEST
doing! good work. One of the pig( club \\' in Lnwte Saturday:
boys sold a sow recently for $7;i.s ,
will took time to express his appre-
intinii of the interest th,- town of
Lake County: :Melons\ in good\ con
has, shown for the town of
dition. Citrus! spraying about
: completed -
ide U' building a huge shed, under BEST
peaches in fine shape/ and AND
which the fanners may hitch their
F there is promise of a ":000crofl./ .
horses when they come to town. Thil: 1
''t Putnam is. a very commendable move on the
Cottnt.Clops: looking.
L fine The potato glowers! are !securing | part of the town officials: because, as
a better yield, than was. expected.,! :Mr. Caswell sajs! the best way to helpH
r Yields of from Jj; to ,i"o): .barrels. to I ia town or city is to help the farmers
who live around, .
the uric are numerous Trices still j i a Spring .In History
very good.\ :More registered being It1
[g I 9 i placed among the boys pigs of the I \\' isiiori TIII: ovis i) :CIWI'1Iul. l)();NEI'ITII SaleF

s-1 county time to time I

< .. ,gent :Mclju.irrie Suggests/ aPart
Lal'ajetto County: Twenty
pure.i -
Large of it He Used as HaySeed
i bred Jersey cattle were brought into J
t the county last week. These weiobought
for Next; Year' Planting
in Jackson county, and weredivided
Should Re Saved
among seven men. The county
agent! selected the cattle for thesemen.
., ",' "In my travels!: over the State", says
C. K. :McQuarne of the extension division LAWTEY FLORIDA

r'' Calhoun I of the College:( of Agriculture,
County: Fruit trop is the .
"I find the oats crop this year is ,
best for "
) 'lIrs. There is I
only one I
sections of the
spotted, some
11 bank in the county, but it has agreed/ very
State having. above the yield
t to moneyto put up finance any reasonable the' dub amount' .. of I while other sections are't'r much WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAYMay
boj sOrange TUESDAY
I below( normal. This is: cauM.lno doubt j.
by weather conditions and, improper
\ County : .\1< a ,Mile, gloves, '

P! are well in fertilized fine :condition, und, cultivation,, They have is been'be-1'I growing.methods, of The treating wet weather the trop that while prevailed 13th May 14th May 15th May 16th i

,during most of the winter
l ing kept to the ,
up standard.Vo
are i I Iwoikmg
months cooled the sod to a larger degree
for a million and/
r citrus a quarterof than, usual also caused a heavy'
fruits for (Orange
county crust on its surface cutting off the

ill prices this'excellent year.bidding. Cucumbei. condition.up/ well, crop Tomato Acreage/"good/,"crop and to i ox lop j ,gen: necessary to' inaki a goodi , Just a Remnant of Prices Named ,

t corn about :10:i() per cent larger than .-
i Seven power and have been installed in the Bounty ,during I "LAX-ros \ViriI PfcrtJN": :/ li a sprcmllyprcpa and Goods will be sold at the biggest
the last
v> I 18 t months There are now red Syrup| Tonic-Laxative for 1 HibitualiVnstipniiun
r 2i> tractors in the count}.. It relieves promptly but
a should be taken regularly for 1 II to 21 days
t I.oe County: The corn over the 10, induce regular! action It Stimulates\ and'\ known.
county is extra good\ Some of. ,it IK"- K/ injf plated, on the market ;ai-d bin"r 'r hottlt
ing fin i-v price's. d I"> (ream) .,ij, --------

J each.200 watermelons Some express last! shipments'week/ fm"have*1 Don't say I wish I had gone to it,

been ,. ,
nUlfl Five hundred, h".f t attl|
shipped l last week by one' i ""''l'al1\|
Why will be lot if fail
Hade County: During! tin u.k .f as remorse your you

Hay I, the countngotit I ,puttun' ",n, Suffer?

a dairy exhibit Every: dan'\imii' ; in' i .. .. .
4 the county will exhibit his pro. I"?, r Mrs. J. A. Cox, o)f Al- -

The primary object of this n i- to. idn- derson, \C.'a.., writes: GOODS( ( GROCERIES :Sprang: !' Sale Price, sack........___.______$3.23
ate the people in the county. t t.." dmaul <. "My\ dauhtcr;; . sufferell !- DRY ....we't Feed
II. dieon; Coffee
fresh" milk and, ,
j of the canned, pop, tin"r rr impollution terribly., She could I!" .-I t 'ntrlmniHIHIMK Spring) Sale Price _______-_..__-__.__22c to 28c Sprung Sale Price, sack -.....__.._______$3.00
13c to 23c
; Sale! Puce yard I
not bun In bed . the --- ------ -- Sugar: J Pen and, IloansSpring

1I0U(! f'1101.ric\: \r I.\\\TEY: doctors! \ gave her up, and > elli.w lloine.punNpuiii [ Spring< : Sale I Price _____.________________u_10c Sale I Price, Ib.--------______lOc to 12c
we brought; her home to (! Sale Price, yard' l __----______ _I5c to 23eI (Good;, ,I White Meat A Full Line of Splendid Shoes

1 (O \\'. 4 f'nswoll.) county nirinix! 01'i ,m j Ile.! She had suffered 10 ]I-: liltaching.sprint Spring Sale Price ___________..__________:W)(' :Spring,: Sale Price --------_________50c to $8.50
- Law toy Saturday afternoon, t.,n.mat : much nt , llIl1e lIav-lIng ? Sale Price, yard ________...._He to 20. ;Home Smoked Meat Ladies Panamas ,

ing hogs There si-outs to bi a bad, heard Dr "Cardul, we hi-\, 'iotH Spring Sale Price --.___-.___-.-__----__..-34c Spring Sale Price ________._______$2.00 to $2.50Spring

this infection of cholera arm'tig! li"ir* ''II''' got It for Ilcr' : Sale Price, ;yard! ........._____20c to 23o flake White CompoundSpring :Men's Straw hatsl.a.laes'
vicinity and l every fanm' i -ti ",iM Sale Price _________________2-1' is to 23ciuarantei',1 :: Spring Sale Price .....___...___.__60c to $1.50Men's
use every mums at his ,''nnnc"I: I t ,., ''' Toile Waists : Neckwear; Ties
control thin disease , : Sale Price ______..._______98c to $1.23 (; Flour, Self-Rising -
be glad! :Mi 'a.\\ | n n/ iJpiinB Spring: Sale Price ________......_________$1.70 Spring Sale Price ..._______..______15c to 75c
to mail . .
any int.-.I' | p.i' "> ". : Ito\ <' Palm Beach Pants Deams :Meat Smoker
CARDUI :Matches to Keep Bugs off Meat
tT, a copyof Farmers fiiilleim, .
\\hl'h:1\'", reliable inform"r"''I t J.nregard Spring' Sale Price ---------------.73o to $1.01) Spring Sale I Price I _________________________6cGrist Spring Sale Price i quart -----------________90c

: to prevention and' trorn "f 1v)1l, Serge Pants and :Meal Tin and Galvanized 'arcs-Dirt Cheap."rll1lC .
A4. t hog cholera i ni i 1 I I I :- Sale Price ...______.......$..50 to $3.30 Spring Sale Price ____________...___5c to 5Hc lIoOit'ry-Usle and Silk

?' Mr Coswell has nrrnnr- to be at I The Woman's Tonic I =:h.'eting, 10-4 Octagon Soap Spring Sale Price ......--.----_____15C to $1.50

I the farm of :Mr. f TI, '"u'11 |Ii, \f., !iav. i iMay "spring Sale Price, yard -.-_________________"fic Spring Sale Price _................____Sc to 7c Spool Threads

I : 12th, \'II'dllnt, I h,ih."ir, \iv', "In n few days, line begtn I A Great Quantity of Hardware-All Cheap. (oats and! Shorts .. . Spring Sale Price -------------._____------5C '
other farmers i in, v i" i 1"i i , f : ". ', | ;:\ to improve," \irs. I, iii... .. '. 'r. ': -
1 Cox Continues, "ana had ..
tr who want hogs. -r.' .t't I ,ti\ ,' lay -
no trouble at . Cardul
cured her, and we
; Mr. Wider Cured of Indigestion."Some Is! praises evcrywhere.lilnJS

- L1 \'o'e receive many thousands Ladies and Mens Notions not room to name ata
t time? In 1000! : when" I bad an : of similar letters ,
j attack of Indigestion and vervthlng every ear, telling of the ,
't 100k..1Ioomy Food: Cartul! has done for
to me. r received
a women who suffer from
free sample of Chamberlain's Tablets complaints 10 common to Sacrifice.No
by mail. I pave them a trial and their sex. It should do .
they were such a help to me that I you good too. Try
bought a package, and' I can truthfully 'd u.7
I ly say that I have not had! a similaratta..k Merchant can buy. $7000 stock to pick from. Lasts four days.
since, writes Wm n Wisler a

4 ).' Doujflassville, Pa.-Adv.

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;I I, ',. No food, no shelter. Swept by machine plied without a moment's hesitation: "Tell

I gun and shell fire. An inferno, day and them to go to Hell/'

night And little hope of escaping. And they were saved because, as Whit-

tlesey says: "Having held on so long, we +
Five days of this! But not a daunted
I thought we had better go through with it." ,
; soul I among the four hundred and seventy I

; Americans in the Lost Battalion. We, safe at home, have "held on" too
-with our support through Four Loans.

Commanding the little group was Major And we are going through with it "-

Charles W. Whittlesey. To the offer of through with this Fifth call to duty-just : t

I safety if they surrendered, Whittlesey re- as those boys in the Argonne. Make good. r

[ :" Victory Liberty Loan Committee I! '

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I I :Miss :Mue Ujal left Friday for hot ,

-- I homein Tampa after spending se'uralII .raaalr 'r

T: : ,. ." '],, here und ut Crooker.I I

I Ahui McKinney: of Louise, was in .
oar burg Friday. .
County News Items I Low 11 I and Mabel Byrd made a bumIK -

: trip to Waldo Friday.
-- I Mis Jesse ;Mamus of Louise and
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-i I.h'r.Iiss, : :Marshic Tuerner, of Ro- :
1 facts Gathered During the Week br Our
Yj 1 In'1U-, attended the Woodmen Circle :
Regular Correspondents. here Friday.Mally .
: Tons, of Montuocha: was here
I"' business.J. .
i kluy on
--11'uolker N. Wynn made a business trip to SMOOTHESTSMOKING
pot'Lrm ti.rn LE\I: >IR 10 !DE I were in Starke Wedtusilay Sampson City Friday. .

IN:> M'ARkK on business.. Mrs: Sara Pons attended the W. C. O a '
Jus Reynolds! made a business tripto meeting here Friday.

:Miss :Minnie Floyd, state poultry Ju'ksonvilh'leclnesday.. The convicts have been here for the TOBACCO
club lender will lecture nt the court- J. B ;Mills, of Starke, was here on past two weeks, in charge of Captain lfl

1 t house Saturday, :May 10th at two business WednesdayMessrs. It. L. Green and Mr. Wilkerson, working -6
't o'clock. All who ire mtuiejted hip : Chesley Fogg and Tom ;Mills the roads.A ._

poultry raising are invited to come, paid the county seat a visit Thursday. surprise party was given at the
w and! all egg circle and poultry club Curl Lewis of Brooker, made a trip home of :Mr and Mrs. Will Jones on
members me ulg'!] i' l'<0 here Thursday.Hoy I Friday evening. Quite a number of qtr Smoke over your problems. A

---. Roberts, Wuteroak, was hereon people from Louise and Hampton at. '
G It.11 .VM business Thursday. I tended the affair 1SJtI Hi tie drawin'on a fren'ly pipe :t

:Marion Trenton, of Gainesville, :Miss Flora Clower, home demonstration I
4 Graham May 9.--:Mri. Will Jni,e , pent part of last week here with rel- I agent of Staike, was here -: r.ftsn saves a heap of drawin'on

4 niece, Florence Walker, mid Dnvid atives. I Friday afternoon and gave a demon!
Kelley, made a busim'ss nip to the Quite a number enjoyed a chicken stration at the church. I D. a. bank account. o
s' ,i county scatIonday.: ; pilau on the lake Wednesday evening. | Mr and :Mis Lacy Reynolds< und l .

:Morris Zaker, of Jacksonville, is the Those present were :Misses Florence ,I I."n.. George: of New River, spent the I a fr e.
guest of :Mr and :Mrs H F. Price. Walker, Oniu und! Burney Graves, L'f- i weekend: here with his Pllr..nt.11': "
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:Mrs. A. Lane made a business tripto fie Sloan :Mrs Jesse Jones and :\Iei'l: J, and :Mrs Jas Reynolds. ,

I Gainesville Tuesday. .srs Jesse and :Marvin Ogden, Willard I I Oliver Sparks of Louise, was a visitor 9
:Master Lesliehite is visiting relatives Smith, :Marion Trenton. All report a ( here Saturday
in Jacksonville this week nice tune I I :Mr and :Mrs. Billie Suirencj and 3

Chesley Fogg! made n business trip Percy Jones made a business trip to family, of Ft. Pierce, spent the week 'i, Velvet i:; a friendly tobacco in the >.::
to Gainesville! Tuesday \\uldo Friday. ]: end here with his parents, Mr and ; .

Geiger; Burry was a business visitor J. \'. Jones of Hampton, was here ,, Mrs: I F W Surrency ] tnicrt cense because like friendship -
+ to Sampson City Tuesday. on business recently I Chesley Fogg made, a business tripto 1 .

4 I :\11'. and :Mrs O. J. Abernathy made :Messrs Shaver and Ilalligan, of Gainesville Saturday. ic: has been allowed to naturally .
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) a business trip to Hampton Tuesday. Starke. were here Thursday on busi- Willi'Ilaines: of Louise, was here on ripen .

: B Dval and son, Barry, of Samp- ness. | business Saturday
1 sun City, was here Tuesday on buii-: :Mrs! Wm. E. Sparks and daughter, Avery Djal reached home Saturday ls -nothing forced or unnatural. :.

Gracie, of Louise, were here Thurs afternoon, after being abroad several
ness.Dr.. Thomas and wife left Tuesday day on business.! months. as a member of Uncle Sam's
for Jacksonville, when they wil make'1 Will Birt, of Louise, was here Fri lighting force in the great world) war. :a'; There are "hurry up" ways with tobacco but ).

_: their future home. We regret very' day on business. He has a number of relatives and
t much to lose them. :Messrs. Lee Gainey and Eldon Bax- friends who are glad to welcome him 0 only patient ageing (two years in wooden hogsheads -
Miss Vmie Lane left Wednesday! for ter were visitors here Thursday. back.Mr. ) can bring out the mellowness that sets
Winfield, where she will visit her sister :Mrs Lue Byrd and children have : and Mrs. Bobbie Surrency and I'

Mrs. Jim Dyal, for a few days. returned to their home in Tampa af- children, of Tampa, are here this week I 't Velvet apart.
.l Mr. and :Mrs. D. L. Prescott and E. ter five weeks visit here with her visit relatives and friends. _
C. Byrd made a business trip to the parents, Mr. and Mrs D. J. Byrd. :Mrs.\ Eva Barry has returned from Roll Velvet Cigarette d

county seat Wednesday :Mr. Deaver, of Sampson, was Jacksonville and Ludowici. Ga., where ". .VsU nil 'r'*"'e 0 mture-agftd*hn.f><, niK.rnildn it ,ju.i.>t You know what mellowness -
:Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones and niece here Thursday on business. .she has been visiting relatives and right' tor -'ga-ette*.

friends for the past two months. We is-now think of a good
--- are delighted .to- have her back with
UI, us :..=- friend who is never harsh to
again / 4r. -
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1 v -\ \. ._ -Lr h.rrtooeoi the management of J. :M. Rogers, friendship today. S
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(i-. ., .-- boys, who has recently returned""> the ;,. d L -err- 'y"

-r) states, is now spending a few days .,.. ,;. \ : r:..: :
I with his sister, :Mrs. J. G. Pratt. I ;r, .'!, '\" .,' :. ,f. -: :
O. L. Mizell made a business trip "' -, .' 'f,
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to Lake Butler one day last week. I -:" . ,. ', .:.;:; " 4' (' 151 $

1 The Flow of Meat I R L. Duke has returned home after :t; -to ":',:'"=' : ; .\ 4
: i spending a few days with his family I h. 1
in Starke. TOBACCO :
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Mrs Knight) and daughter, :Miss I - .,.
Lottie, of Alachua, were visiting rel.// li'. LlGOETT a. Myr.IIS T..acco cot. ; W .
Two-thirds of the live stock in the If atives here last week, returning home

United States has to be raised in Friday night. I .. .. ..
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I Leroy Mizell, who is attending the 1-
: the West. school at Lake Butler, spent the week Koberts, Misses! Mabel Blair and Elsie BIDS FOR WOOD I j I' Mr: and :Mrs. Roberts, of Starke,

I end with his parents, :Mr and :Mr OL ,, Harrison motored to Starke Thursday were welcome visitors at the beautiful
I r'I One-half of the of :Muell.Lisses Mabry Harrell was in town Sunday Sealed bids will be received, until 12M Roberts homestead the early partof
; 1 consumers meat j Eva and Ruby Edwards. afternoon. : .. May 15, 1919, and then opened, for lust week.
live in the East. :Messrs Brmkley and N. G. Hayes, of :Miss Edith William spent Saturday furnishing pine wood four feet in R R. Thede was a business visitorto

Bradford were visitors here Saturday i night/\ with :Miss Katie Roberts. length and split, delivered at City Jacksonville Wednesday.A .
," In other words of I morning. :Michael and! Sumner Andreu and electric I light and water plant in daughter was born to Mr. and
ti most live :Mr and] :Mrs. II C. Peeples and G. sister, Blanche attended church here Starke, Fla. Further information on :Mrs M: L. Smith Friday.J. .

\ stock is one or two thousand miles I W. Harrison and son, Frank of the Sunday night. application. B. :McCuIley, of Jacksonville, was

distant from most of the people who :Miller section, were in our burg Saturday Algar Thomas, of :Miller, was the J. L. PEEK visiting relatives and friends in Law
attending to business matetrs. /guest\ of Clarence Scatf Sunday. Secretary, Board] of Bond Trustees. tey during the week-end.

need it in the form of food. :Miss Daisy Lewis, of Raiford, was II I, C. Peeples and family were the 522t. Lane McLeod and sister :Miss Lena,

here for a short while Friday while !guests of :Mrs B. J. Roberts and fam- of Steckert, were visiting relatives in

Fifty years ago, when live stock was enroute to I RaifordS ily Sunday. A regular civil service examIna- Lawtey Saturday and :Sunday::
B. Bostick, of Gainesville, stock Wesley Williams and sister, Ida, Sheriff W J.
raised to tion is to be held in the Post Officeat Epperson and Deputy
every consuming cen- I A. C. L went among those who attended services -
claim agent for the railway I 1 I Lawtey on :May 2-tth. It will be an W. W Baisden. of Starke, were in
ter, the country butcher could handle I was transacting business here last 1 here Sunday night.Dewey examination of candidates for the office Lawtey Friday on official business.
t week. Fralick, of Providence, of Postmaster, und .so far .1. W Hiller, who has been spending
the as weknow
job a fashion. returnedto | was the guest of friends here Sunday.
I .1. F. Williams and family I' the present assistant Postmaster a few weeks in Lawtey at the home of
thfir'hnine in Perry last week. \n ice cream supper was !given at Biggs is the only candidate for the his !sister :Miss Annie Wai2. returnedto
I But :'Ilr :McLeod last! weekat the home of Mi and :Mrs. N E. Tay- his home
the job got too big. I snnll! spent office. The office is made vacant in Ohio a few days ago.
\Mntc' Springs with her sister: :Mrs : 1 Ir. Those present were, :Misses RusI through the resignation of :Mr. Jack- :\11'. and :Mrs R. R. Thede visited
I I! Ware, Elsie Harrison, Georgia
f j nard Bryant ion, and inasmuch as :Mr Biggs has relatives in the Wateroak section Fri-
Now millions of animals have to be :Mrs. Will Harrell and son, :Mabry I 'arborough :Mabc-1 Blair I ; :Messrs, hen acting as Postmaster for overa day.

moved hundreds of miles to millions of were here transacting business Friday I>enms Roberts Inman Harrison, year he is now familiar with the I.awteyIa: P.-J. C. Richard, of
j Dewey Fralick, Leroy :Mizellc and Edd
afternoon v'ork and in a position to render bet Georgia, was a visitor to Lawtey Sat-
( people. SomewHere on the way they :Miss Katie Soberts last week Reaves. They all report a nice time.
spent I ter service to the public' than any: new urday and Sunday, guest at the homeof
have to be turned into meat. with relatives in Saiford I Rev Hendrix, of Lake flutter, filled man not so familiar with the post :Mr an.I :Mrs .\. :M Rlanchard.
I Dewey Fralick\ of Providence was his regular! appointment here feunduy.leW Litt'o .J. r.
I' office business It n to be hoped that ,, Thomas of Verdie,
t itt Brooks! of Providence, was
visitor here Sunday afternoon. the week-end
a spent
the present acting Postmaster! may in Lawtey with
The packers solved the problem. I :Sumnerndreu and. sister i Miss: t"ere on business Saturday afternoon receive the appointment that the good fri"I_

They set up plants where the "livehaul" Rlamhe were in town Saturday afternoon I L.1 TE) work may go on vvithnut interruption. .1. H. Harley was a business visitor
to Jacksonville
and the "meat haul" Quite a treat is in store for the peo- Thursday.
were in :Mrs Williams was a visitor R.
I Wiley R. Thivle was a visitor to Starke
of : will be
ple Sunday
'I the right balance. built to the home of T B. Edwards Tuesday Lawu-j, :May 9-\lr.: and :0111I. ", '111:1.: a :Monday.
They ,
up I bill clay in Grace :M E church. The
I.., afternoon Watkins are again visiting at the Paronge --- .--- -
distributing leaders of the J great :Methodist Episcopal -
systems-refrigerator cars I II They are old friends of the church at large are deep the'' CROSBY LIKE
.. refrigerating plants branch houses. I Worthington! ;May 9R. B Robertsand I aster and] his wife, and have just preparatory work of the coming in Centenary -
family were visitors to the homeof tome up from Tarpon Springs! where Campaign and Pastor Even Croub.v Lake, :May !9.-J. L. Underhill -
They saved time money:: and meat I his brother. Wash! Roberts of Rai. they have been upending, the winter. den received a telegram last Sunday an.) family motored to this section

P .,' everywhere. The stockraiser bene- ford, Sumlnj.Messrs They are here for an indefinite stay stating that two preachers would boon Sunday afternoon
: Inman Harrison and Edd und are welcome visitors among those :
Misses Oln
Bryant Louise Me-:
; fited in better hand for this Sunday :May llth
markets and higher Heaves were guests of friends at who know them in the town.A Rae spent Sunday with :Miss Alice
and would preach both and
prices; the consumer, in better meat Starke Sunday Victor Bond rally was held last evening, and that at the morning evening ser Thornton i>f Starke.
:Mrs B. J. Roberts "spent' last week :Saturday afternoon, and a large crowd '' !Miss. Kathleen Underhill was the
and lower vice there would probably be Stcropticon
Jacksonville visiting relatives. gathered to hear the speaker who had
in Views Everybody will be welcome guest of :Miss Louise :McRae :Monday
.E :'oli Mabel: Blair, of Providence is bi on announced as coming. The principal afternoon.Mr .
at these services which will be
{ Ii As the country grew, the packershad visiting friends in town this week. !, speech was given by :Miss Carey of a specially interesting character, '' and :Mrs Dennis Riggs and children -
;Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards attended who was introduced as being an Eng- of Jacksonville who
and will be held at eleven o'clock
L to grow, or break down. Becauseof the :Methodist church services lish lady and as having been engagedin Sunday morning, and eight-thirty on in upending a few days with relatives in
its night. They were accompanied war relief work during the early
Sunday this
r present size and efficiency, the evening. Old time.) i section returned home Tuesday.
by their brother Seeber days of the war in the unconquered! Arthur Rigdon
Swift & Company is able to perform Messrs II. J. Leverett, Jim Ward, portion of Belgium. :Miss Carey's ad. The Rev. Alfred Evenden was In'' Sunday afternoon.was in this section
:Mrs. Alice Wil- dress well delivered' and as she Jacksonville on Monday and is due to
its part in this service at a fraction of Wesley Williams and was II M. McRae made a business trip
liams visited the county seat :Monday.J. told the story of the thrilling experiences return there today (Friday\ ) for special I to Lawtey Tuesday
a cent per pound profit. G. Pratt, formerly our depot she had passed through and treatment and another minor op- The rain which fell
raids she bad witnes- eration which it I It hoped will relievehis Monday night
agent, has accepted a position at Pal the exciting air was very much appreciated! by the
Ji 11 metto. sed over London, ihe did not fail to trouble. farmer.
Swift & Company, U. S. A. : Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan and make her appeals to the people to :Mrs Dr. Biggs entertained friends Hallie Tyler and Joe Bryant were

daughter, Mrs. Parnell, Georgia Ep come forward and help the government in the persons of Mrs. Johnson and .visitors in this section Saturday.
person and several others, were visi- furnish the money to finish the Mrs. Knight of Starke. A very pleasant Russell :McRae attended the Ice
:tors here Wednesday! afternoon. lob Miss Carey also spoke in Starke time was spent ant. the visitors 4 cream
L' supper at Rob Kite's
I :Messrs. Inman Harrison and Dennis and Brooker and other places. returned to their home in the evening. 1 I night. Saturday

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