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For This Week At The Store Departmeet Ladies Washable Skirts in Stripes and All-Colors, Special for This Week $1.25 a) A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF LADIE8 WAIST, VOILES, CREPE DE CHINE, GEORGETTE, IN LATEST STYLES AND COLORS 98t TO $6.95 ONE LOT OF LADIES SHIRT . 'waist TO GO AT, DURING OUR SPECIAL SALE 591 and 691 LADIES' WHITE WASH SKIRTS IN THE GENUINE GAR BADINE, LINENS, CORDORY, IN VERY ATTRACTIVE STYLES. SPECIAL FO RTHIS WEEK 98 TO $4.95 A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SILK SKIRTS IN TAFFETAS MES CALINE, POPLIN, IN ALL COLORS AND 8TRIPES, 8PE CIAL FOR THIS WEEK $3.95 TO $8.50 A REMARKABLE LINE OF LADIES' SILK DRESSES IN ALL COLORS AND STYLES, CONSISTING OF CREPE DE CHINE, TAFFETA WITH GEORGETTE SLEEVES AND COLLAR, VERY ATTRACTIVE FOR EVENING WEAR AT $10.50 TO $18.00 A BIB ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' KIMONAS, CREPES, AND SILKS 98 TO $3.95 150 BOYS' WASH SUITS IN SOLID AND COMBINATION COLORS, DURIN(G OUR SPECIAL SALE 5ty TO $1.95 A BIG JOB LOT OF LADIES' AND MISSES SPORT HATS SPECIAL DURING THIS WEEK FOR ONLY 25 MEN'S FANCY DRESS SHIRTS IN STRIPES OF COLORS. AT OUR SPECIAL SALE ....75 TO $1.50 Shoes ! Shoes ! Shoes ! GUN METAL BLICHER $3.50 VALUE FOR ONLY $2.45 MEN'S OXFORDS IN BLACK AND TAN, $3.75 VALUE SPECIAL ; $2.95 MEN'S WHITE OXFORDS SHOES, $3.00 VALUE SPECIAL $2.25 MEN'S WHITE OXFORDS VERY NEAT AND DRESSY FOR SUMMER, $2.50 VALUE, SPECIAL $1.95 LADIES' WHITE PUMPS, $1.50 VALUE SPECIAL cyg. WHITE GENUINE POPLIN SQUARE THROAT PUMPS $2.50 VALUE SPECIAL .'. a..... LADIES' OXFORLD TIES IN ALL STYLES AND SIZES VERY ATTRACTIVE, $2.75 VALUE, SPECIAL Jft'- LADIES WHITE BOOTS, $3.00 VALUE, SPECIAL tpoQ LADIES WHITE CLOTH HIGH POLISHED TURNED BOOT $5.50 VALUE, SPECIAL men's and young men's fine tailor made suits in cool cloth, mohair, and palm beach to go at $6.50 to $12'.00 1VILI) GAME A PROFITABLE SOURCE OF INCOME I Wild game can be made a profitabb source of Income In Florida. There is a vast acreage of1 wild , and unim proved land in our State' that can be put to use in this respect. Whether or not you are in a posi tion actually to raise game, you are bound to profit by its increase. Al though the chief benefits from great er production will be for those whc have the land on which to produce game and the sportsman who shoot is, there is practically no claas of people in the country that will not be benefited by a large addition to the available food supply. The game crop of Europe is an im rortniit asset to the countries that r:ine it. In a report of pheasants made recently by the commissioners of fisheries and game of Massachu setts, is found the following "The pheasant crop ; of England is an exceedingly important one, not only for the money derived from the sale of birds both at home and abroad, but' particularly in control ling the gypsy and brown-tailed moths, army worms and other pests which have devastated large areas where the bird population was abnor mally deficient." To the farmer and the farmer's wife, game breeding offers a splendid opportunity for increased profits. The demand for eggs and breeding stoc'.t i'j so much greater than the supply, and will be for a long time to come, .that no one who produces game birds lias any difficulty in disposing of them. There are two ways in which farmers make the game crop pay; by ihe sale of birds and eggs direct, and by raising them on their lands for .groups of sportsmen. A list of game breeders who have stock birds or eggs and animals for Bale in the form of wild ducks, geese, turkeys, pheasants, quail, indeed, any thing from a canary to an ostrich, or animals from an elephant to a rabbiU can get same, by specifying what may be wanted, by addressing the State "Marketing Bureau, Jacksonville, Fla. course, is to be filled with sand or clay and built into ramparts, barri cades and trenches. Their unofficial uses are legion. The infantryman always uses a sandbag for carrying and storing his rations, for patching and reinforcing his clothing, for lining and curttain ing his dugout, for muffling mallets and stakes when putting up wire in No-Man's lands. They make, excel lent gaiters, being tied on- over the SANI BAG THE SOLDIERS' BEST FRIEND Somewhere in France, May 10. The sandbag is one of the most use ful pieces of military equipment found anywhere, and the soldier puts it to manifold uses. Their official use, of Do Your Feet Hurt ? CONDITION of the feet has much tp do with Efficiency. Rals 1 ston Shoes fit and hold their shape and give that easy, restful fed all over. RALSTON comfort and extra wear make fori cheeful ness, efficiency and economy. Unbeatable values in Oxfords at $5.00 to $7.50, at The Straw Shoe Store puttees 1 as a further protection Against mud and damp. They make dosy mufflers in bad weather. They are used to cover shrapnel helmets to prevent reflection, and they are fre quently in demand for rifle covers. Many soldiers always pull two sandbags over their feet and legs when going to bed in billets; in other words, the sandbag is tommy's pa jamas. The warmth and comfort of a burlap sandbay when pulled over chilled feet is astonishing. The postman's mail-bag at the front isnothing more than an empty sand-bag. , and the water-carriers 11 use etwo sandbags, slung back I front over the shoulder, each taining a petrol tin full of water, NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE, K9 COUNTY. STATE OF FLORIDA -In K tate of W. 8. Wilkes, deceased. To all Creditors. Legatees, Distributees ill Persons having Claims or Demandi im said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby now and reauired to Dresent anv claims urn mnnds which you, or either of you, acalnst the said estate of w. S. wuns. ceased, late of Lakeland, Polk county, H Ida, to the undersigned administrator i 4 estate, within two years from date hewn. Dated April 26th, A D. 1918. JOHN E. WILKSS, 7453 FrI. Administrator, Dawson, b Keep Your Pets Comfortable U you would have your pet3 com. lortable be sure that they are not bothered by fleas. BEE BRAND INSECT POWDER will hurt neither you nor the pets but if sprinkled or rubbed into their fur will kill every bug. Absolutely harmless. Bee Brand Insect Powder fan it into the mir Flies and mosquitoea wnmi m, f2w nunuteB. Will kiU ants, fleas, roaches, bed-bugs, lice, and bugs of nearly every kind. Directions on package. Look for the Bee Brand Trade Mark. 25c & BOc lcQ)mCIiCO,BikiMri,U fiECTPoWio "WE OWN THE LAND" Castor Beans and Sea Island Cotton Will both produce splendid return when planted and properly for on our and in tk. utu.u-.i- .... p F 1 ... . . " " Beit" of Sumter County. WeNve cleared land, ready for p.ow-perfect dJalna. W0.00 PER ACRE YOUR OWN TERMS "WE DON'T MIND SHOWING YOU" . J!orida and Georsia Land Co.' MOLtH HOTEL BLDG 1 .1 RUTHERFORD'S . i .1 Formerly Silver Palace) Special Today: Extra Fine Fresh Peach Ice Cream Telephone No. 362 X&ESMSXlHSBi Th i Coolest Place In Town!