Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 4, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04636
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year. $L50; Six Months 75 Cents. Payable !in Arfrance. E.!; S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor. .. R


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Sheriffs of the State Must Enforcethe Note in Nut Shell, with Detail of the

CLASSIFYING Law l Regardless Violator. Who lethe FACE HUNS ON RUSS FRONTSFrance Scheme by Accidentally a Little (:Irl.Discovered MILITIA DRAFTIS

REGISTRANTSWill The new automobile- law of the TALLAHASSEE, Dec 30.-As a re- DISCOVERED A

state of 1"loridIncorporating several and England Will Provide Arms and Ammunition, if sult of what local chief of police, E. .
drastic features in its make-up, H. Isler, believes to tie a deep laid
went into effect January first, and one Necessary-Soldiers Will Be Sent Across Seas Just 'plot to blow up the state capitol, Gov.

Finish: Mailing Questions of the first requirements is that no as Rapidly as They Can Sufficiently Trained Catts has ordered an adequate guard Prominent Men of Suwanneeand
Next Week-Blanks Are person can operate an automobile in tie placed around the state house l'lml1ljsI'nch
this state who has not first paid a night in the future, with orders Lafayette
Not Being Filled Out state license tax. This tax includes to "shoot unidentified who Are Involved in Big f
any person
Washington, Jan. :2.-An :: equipment are made up on the other .
Properly payment for two metal tags with ment by the United States to engaJe-1 I attempts to enter without giving n full Conspiracy r

large figures, which are to be attached great army against the side.This wan one of the great decisions statement of his business" Tha governor : -
to both front and rear of each car. of this afternoon told the chief o>f a t"
time to offset the defection Russia ranched at the conferences through:
The Local Board has been busy for These tags must be placed firmly in was disclosed today( through the pub- %?lnch the co-belligerents planned to I police to arm the nun who have vol- WNlnes the past week getting the question position, so there will be no swinging lication of their to unteered for the purpose "with shotguns ho following: ,
by Secretary Lansing n review pool fighting/ resources and
naires to those who have not yet received when the is in The of the law IB .
car motion. loaded with buckshot. long arm reaching t
of the work of the American movo\ as a unit toward driving; tho
them and in the classificationof The law the Isolated In Florida hold
further provides that no mission which recently participated in Germans and their allies out of conquered Late Saturday evening the little places
those registrants who have filled person under fourteen years of age the inter-allied war conference in territory and crushing the Teutonic daughter of Photographer: Max Item to the last man, what is believed to be C
out their blanks and returned them. shall the last chnpter of the plain to evade i
operate a mtor vehicle, unless Paris. world domination scheme. There found n note concealed and carefully
The improper filling out of some of such person is. accompanied by a li- American fighting men are to cross is to be coordinated effort not only infighting packed in an English walnut shell, between military service In Florida lie was :
these blank is causing delay, but in cened chauffeur or the owner of the the Atlantic be land and but In the capital and her father's! placed! l tinder ti bond of $500. Score I
they ,
as rapidly as can on sea production -
cases of that kind the questionnairesare automobile. A fee or license is also mustered and given proper training. at home and in tho vast shipbuilding studio. The note could! not bo rend of men have-been arrested in Florida ,

being returned to the registrantswith provided by the law which must be France and Great Britain on their projects which dependsthe except by holding it before a mirror, during the last three months and one
the request that he examine his paid before anyone can operate or purt undertake not only to join in pro- vital problem of maintaining: uninterrupted and contained this message: "Bombs of the worst bands in the state has

blank closely and if he is unable to drive a car in this state. viding ships to carry them, but to see << transportation in spite ot are ready, don't fail me, capital unguarded been captured . t
properly fill out the form, to get assistance The speed limit, under the new law, that deficiencies in arms and submarines ( meet me tonight at home." Jack Leak, of Suwannee county, ,
-from attorneys appointed for is fixed at twenty-five miles an houron Mr. Bcin could make nothing of the was! arrested by Deputy Marshal Geo.

that purpose. Each registrants is allowed the open highway, and when approaching note, but sent for tho chief of police T. Kilner, of the Jacksonville office f,

seven days from the date on a curve or other sharp EPWORTH LEAGUE MEMBERS! INCOME: : TAX OFFICER He deciphered its language by holding yesterday _"
hig questionnaire exclusive of Sundays, turn! before, mirror when it most Twenty-four of the thirty-three alleged
a highway crossing, or when WATCH THE OLD YEAR OUT HERE JAN. 7TH TO 19TH it a was _
and holidays, to fill out his blank and traversing a bridge the spend must legible. Ho reported the matter to the l : draft resisters who were indictcd

return to Local Board. In the classification -I be reduced to ten miles an hour. 'A secretary of state in the' absence of have been arrested during! the past
of those who, have !sent their I fine of $100 for exceeding this limit, Monday evening the members of the In a communication received by this the governor, who was out of the city wee!:, as the result of the capture of

..1 questionnaire back, each registrant is or an alternative of six: months in jail, Epworth League met with Miss Anna paper, Collector of Internal Revenue When the night force of Comptroller five alleged draft resistors who wentto
being put in one of five classes. Class or both, in the discretion of the judge, Canovn, at the home of her parents., James M. Cathart announces that a Ernest Amos went home, Walter Me Bumble Ben Island, in the Gulf of

1 are men having no one dependentupon is the penalty for running at a higher Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Canova, and enjoyed federal income tax: officer will be A..nt Lin and II. Clay Crawford l, Jr., voluatecred Mexico several weeks ago.
them for support and are liabletfor rate of speed than either of the above. a social, and also watched the old Into this county on January 7 and will to guard the capitol Satur- Developments which followed the

service any time; classes 2, 3 and Sheriffs of each county have been year out. be here until January 19. lie will day night, and did so, forcing all who rupture of tho men on Bumble Dee
4 Ore what is known as deferred informed that the above law must be The first part of the evening was have his office in Court House in passed by to take the street, the chief Island brought to light a gigantic: conspiracy

classifications, composed of men who enforced, and to save trouble and expense given over to a business session, Mrs. Starkett and will be there every day; having armed each of them with a re- to encourage! resistance of the
are employaj in some labor fnom it would be well for motoristsof Barr presiding in the absence of the ready and willing to help persons subject . voider. draft act Prominent citizens of Su-

which they cannot well be spared, and this county to thoroughly acquaint League president, Mr. S. S. Dowling.A to the income tax make out their Today Chief filer called upon thor wunnoo and Lafayette counties are

those having someono dependent upon themselves with the new regulations delightful social session was spent returns without nny cost to them fo governor, and his secretary showed, fluid to be involved in tho alleged, plot.
them for support. Men in classes 2, touching them. The sheriff has no alternative with music, readings: and a !guessing his. services. them the cleverly prepared, note and Investigation in the Bumble Boo ar .'

3 and ,i will\ not bo called fQr< service but to comply with the law, contest, after which refreshments of I ---.- handed them n full report of tho mnt rent uncovered, tho most far-re:letting. '

until men in class 1 have been exhausted :- regardless of whom it affects. hot chocolate and wafers were served. :MISS\ C.SO"CI: ) HOSTESS tee, in which he reminded the governor attempt to fight the draft act and discourage -
then they are liable for military At 11 o'clock the party went over1o I | that "we are at war with tho most military operations of the ,
the Methodist church, where the i| I United States to lia in the +
duty in the order named. Class treacherous and damnable race on exposed! ySoutheast
SNOW: FELL St'NDXY :MORNING: : I last hour in the old jc-nr-was spent inn Miss 1 1 Annn Canovn entertained, at )I "
fi is composed! of those already in military | earth. The result was that tho exec since the United States entered
prayer and praise service; Rev. T. on informal dance on Thursday evening tho
utlve his', war.
to olllca
came immediately
service I
aliens claiming
/ exemption -
!: Real winter hud( the northern port L. Z. Barr also addressed the December 27th the home of
students preparing for the minis young nt this afternoon, consulted with his nee A telegram\ hats been received from
of the state in its grip the first three i people.. Very shortly after 12 o'clock her Mr. and Mrs J. F. Cuno-
of state and Marshal Perkins telling of the arrestof !
and retary private
try, master mariners or pilots, I secretary, ;
days of this week, and even the the watchers all wished each other on.NortJv
a va, Walnut street, the affair
the he told of the
those exempted from military service nnd ordered establishing of a Inrga men, thirty-three
Ids southerly counties did not escape en-I happy New Year, and went to their being given in honor of her house posse about the state house tonight Indictments that wero returned by the
by being mentally or physically
tl ;ely, for old settlers in Orange: respective homes. guests, Mrs Christian J.IuthlK! of
qualified I and in future The chief said( tonight grand Jury nt Gainesville following
ty admitted that Sunday was the coldest l- Jacksonville and, Miss\ Nolle Roberts .
the Bumble '
"The ,
did nut regard it episode. According.
Those who have been classified to governor as i 1&
: day experienced by them in that! JOHN F. STEWART: (pf Lawtey. t and MiiU If it this Is to unofficial communication from
; date by thy jocnl Beard are as follows "Starke" fell joker 1 that were, authorities f ;
section. snow early I The rooms i 61 TRfi lower floor of this '""
: no time for jokes of that nature. He the alleged plot was the mont!:
Sunday, and on the roofs of houses John F. Stewart, a well-known eitiZen pretty residence, which open en suite, told l.. to take every precaution toprota. gigantic/ anti-draft effort to bo uncovered f
Class 1-A-Single Without Dependent where it had been blown in gullys and decorated with Christ' . -!
were beautifully
of this county, and postmaster at the state property here" in tho South and ono of the big
Relatives protected by trees, it remained the !Maxwell, died at his residence yesterday mas berries, mistletoe, holly and poin- As no bombs were found, in the capitol irest conspiracies against the United
Chas. F. More. entire day On Monday it is said after a long illness. The funeral !settia.' Receiving tho guests; were the and no strangers attempted to enter States Aince the war.

Clarence Newsom. that snow fell in the Hampton sec I took place yesterday afternoon at :2 hostess and her aunt, Mrs. F. B. McDonald the authorities believe tho note The five men who were captured ors

William Mack Norman. tion, but it was more of a sleet in o'clock from his late residence. The of West Palm Beach. Music went astray! but that had] it rl'luohl',1itq Humble Bee Island several weeks ago

Class 1-E-Unskilled Farm LaborerEd. Starke, according to those who witnessed interment was made in Maxville cemetery was furnished by a victrola and dancing 'I destination, a shapeless pile of debris had quantities of guns and l ammunition y
it. Ice formed Saturday night William C. continued until a Into hour. !\Ir.I have iiniI stated that
McDuffy1. by Funeral Director might told the story this they were prepared .
did not thaw entirely in places until Leo Canova and others delighted, their
Purvis Jones. I Cooper, Jr.-Monday's Times-Union. I morning to resist to death. They were!
Doris Jones. Wednesday when the cold moderated S listeners! with several vocal selections. .-- -_.. .-..---- taken without any trouble, when Deputy .
slightly. Wednesday night rain fell Throughout the evening fruit punch 1 I .. McMillinn and
Class 1 F Unskilled Industrial La. NOTICE TO REGISTRANTS <:1rrTIsn.nA.: .vr SAMPSON: : Special Agent;
- in Starke, and it is generally believed) I and delicious home-mndo cake were Chantain got the drop on them from

borer. will be followed by another siege of served. Assisting Miss Cimova in entertaining I CITY tho rear Tom Powell, charged with]

Oren Wilson.Hayes ] cold. Monday's Times-Union had the I Col W. T. Weeks has asked this pa- were her mother Mrs\ J. I". harboring the men, is lodged I in the

Cooper. following to say concerning: the dam- per to warn the registrants of Brnd-I Canova, and MrA. F. B. !McDonald. I I Saturday night! Sheriff W. J. .:p- Gainesville jail The four others, Horace -

Class 3-C-:Man with Dependent or. age caused by the freeze over the j ford county that their questionnairesmust I The affair was most informal and person anti Deputy Sheriff W. W. Si trunk, George Wilder, Mack e

helpless Brothers or Sisters state: be filled out completely, and thatno the guests included the members of I Iluisdert went to Sampson City to investigate liarnt-tt)! and Arthur Rowe, are in the

Wesley Wilkinson. "It is not believed the freeze has InJured I question having; any bearing: on the younger set, who wore l\Ii\ lIes Marie u fight that had occurred Escnmkia county jail. Rowe and Sis-
Class 4-A-Having Someone Mainly the fruit trees, as at this time I their case should remain unanswered. '' Livingston and Martha Tyson, of 111 among some negroes of that section trunk are alleged deserters from the

Dependent upon Him for Support. of the year tire sap is down, and under T", lIe questionnaires, are for the purpose Gainesville Florence Matthews, 1' m'l It was learned that Fish Urndshiiw volunteer! forces nt Cnmp Wheeler,. ..." IiitI. ,
Irvin Archeman Waters. these conditions there is little likelihood -I of classifying registrants, and if ma Powell, Martha Fripp, Nelle Roberts and! M. Duncan had had some trouble Macon, Ga. .:l

Lonnie Monroe Pearce. of damage. The unpicked fruit I they are improperly filled out, the of Lnwtey, Ella May Long, Lu- i earlier In tho day that had ended I In -- -.._ -.- '
Albert Eugene Surrency. however, and vegetables have undoubtedly -I. board has no alternative but to put cilo Tatum; Messrs. John Powell, Gus I Bra<1l1hllw attacking! Duncan with n .'1 :*

Henry Brown. suffered. I I the registrants In What appears to be Beasley, George White, Joo Truhy, I. .22 revolver. !Duncan fired at Brae DIXO.V.IIICKS: Vf :

Wilfred Hardy Philips. "High pressure crested over Now their proper class. The government ,, Allan Cunovn, Chnrlin Beusley, Joe 'I shaw, the bullet striking him in the -

Cleveland] W. Williamson.Ollie England and the West gulf is causing has; appointed attorneys for the purpose '' Canvas Harold[ Wall nnd. Leo Canova. breast and glancing, cutting. his lip) i in Mr. William I'. Dixon and Miss <

Speed. a severe cold wave over Eastern and I of assisting the registrants and I its upward flight. The officials broughItriidshnw I Ruby Hicks, of Hampton, were quietly ,. ,/'r

John W. Bielling. Southern sections wUh record break- they should be railed on for explanation J. I. WARREN; hack and placed him in the : married, on lust Saturday afternoon, '''. "
Sebron B. Crosby. South Atlantic coast to northern Flor-] I of questions the registrant does I county jail for safekeeping, awaiting December 29, at the Methodist parsonage w,'.It w e'

.Oliver Underhill '7 p. m. the 30-dogree line extended not understand. It would be well for News of the death last Friday of the outcome of the wounds he inflicted Rev. T. J,. Z. Burr officiating.: ""i' .
James Hayes. southward to north-central Florida even :hose who are able to fill out I upon Duncan. Friends of the wink *.
Mr. J. L. Warren, who lived a short young
Ellis Hampton demons. and the temperature ranged from zero I their blanks without assistance to ----. -- for them a long und happy life
distance west!' of Starke, came as a ,
Burton L. Bcnslcy. to 10 below over New England. The have an attorney examine it to see BRADFORD roir.NTY nNKUf'J.ltF. .'l :
shocklo his friends! in this city. -
each classify
Zack J. Roberts. states. squarely up to registrant to -
the lodal telephone
when he had charge
John Gould Pratt. "There were snow flurries during himself by the correct answeringof *'
the system, two years ago, movingout The board of directors of the Bradford !.
J. Marion Reddish. the last twenty-four hours along the questionnaire.Registrants \
when he sold the The Christmas chimes had scarcely .
to his farm exchange County Bank met in its banking
nothern Slorida also notified that ,
Frank J. Summers. South Atlantic coast to are '
ceased I their vibrations when tho wedding
to Mr Roberta. declaredsemiannual -
Saturday night and
rooms n
the lake and Mississippi when they receive cards giving thl' 'I
Carl L. Milliard and over upper :
bells Bounded l
Mr. Warren was taken sick with dividend of I f pcrcen forth from tho
valley states.! Fair weather classification, it does not meanthey '
Jack Davis.
northeast winds, called for immediate duty. .':pneumonia Friday, December 21, and This has been one of the most prosperous country-side homo of Mr. 'YII Mrs. J. _
with fresh north to are
Rufus Green. .: later typhoid fever set in, which, in years known since! the ban II. Moore, of Lawtey. Trio" occasion ,
Atlantic be notified whenhe
George Lee .Hodges. is indicated for the South Each registrant will (
{: his weakened condition, he was unable was organized in 1889, its statementat of the unusual interest was the marriage .
for service.PKOGRM .
Willie Elbert Bush. coast. is to report !
I I to combat, his death occurring one the close of business December :HI, of their younger!/: daughter; Ave
Agnew Everett James. S 1 week from the date' be was taken sick. 1917 showing: total deposits of $:\().- Lee, to Mr. C Y. Mayo, of Pensacola. h?

Boisey Perry. SMALL: BLAZE E\RLY MONDAY! : : OF THE BRADFORD 1 Mr. Warren numbered his friends by 58
Louis Anderson Davis. lIofl< I COl'NT: TEACHERS INSTITUTE: hit acquaintances; ho was alwaysready house Is ono of the most modern in traveling suit of blue broadcloth .
Eddie Arthur Green. Early Monday morning the ;eon 1,I to assist thoso! in nerd of help the state, affording all facilities pos the popular Miss Mooro with s
Joel C. Alvarez. West Madison street occupied by and his kind hard was always extended sible for the convenience of its patrons Mr. Mayo took their places before 1
discovered To be Held at Brooker. on
Thomas J. Lewis. Jeff Johns and family was
Rev. Alfred Kvenden, of tha
to his sick or unfortunate neigh- in transacting their business.! pastor
Joel Stephens. to be ablaze The fire had caught the January 19th. 1918. bors. The officer tnd directors. tro able Methodist( Episcopal Church of lAw.

Frank Dean. woodwork around the fireplace around and the I i Born Madison: county May 20,!I business' mon and are conducting the tey, who united. them as man and wife

Smith Waters. was' eating its way up Devotional exercises. 1810 he resided in that county until : business of the bank. along safe, cnnervatie Amid an atmosphere of kindly live, .
Tom Watson Waters. chimney when it was discovered. Mr. Welcome Acllress.op.: Mathenv! and surrounded, with hearts full of rin-
Ions!) I. when he came to Bradford.! H" lines Messrs. J. H. Hitch, "
James Grooms.IfownrH Johns immediately went for water to Response--:Miss" Olive Ray .,.,, too '"c marled his lust marriage' ( onuhicr.: and S!. L. Peek, assistant rash- cerest wishes, during the swe"t strains ..-

Francis Stanton. fight the flames, but ho discovered the ; What the School Should Uo lor the being to !Mis\ !.. Francis Till ill, of this lor, look carefully to the business earl of music, congratulations were heaped.
Henry Muck Jones. water pipes were frozen solid. As it I Farmer Girl-Miss Burleigh. county, ia 1880, who survives her hus I tied on by the bank and are ever courteous upon tho young couple.
Paul S. IcMiIlian.: happened there was an old well on the How to Teach Spelling In Our I Mr. \ .
; I band. From his first marriage, two ,, to those with whom they come ;Mayo It connected with extensive -
I Rufus Melvin Crosby. place, and it was from this source Schools-Prof. L. W. Bohholz. I children, Mr..1. E. Warren, of Tampa, : in contact. That their efforts are appreciated lumber interests In Western Florida -
When he
Julius Butler. that water was secured. I Recess and 1 HandShaking.Consolidation anti !Mrs.\ %t.JIan. of Jacksonville, are by the management wash 1 and, after traveling for several
Edward D- Griffis. first discovered the fire !Mr. Johns en- of Rural Schools-S. living. Of W"e nine children from his I < by the handsome bonus voted weeks they will settle in their new +
Griffis. deavorad, to give tha alarm, but only and S. J. Padgett.The jwn .
Lacy IS. Dowling second marriage eight are living. Mr. them by the directors at their meet home, whkh Is! all ready for their oc
succeeded in awakening; a neish'jornext Teachers Union-,-A. J. Grime I
Lee Brannen.Albert -
E. C. Warren, !Misses Mary, Mattie ing. The Bradford County Bunk begins cupancy.
Julius :Mayo. door and they together succeededin Grading and Reporting/ -:Miss Mi- and Ida Warren, of Stnrke; !Mrs.\ E. I the New Year under the most .
the fire out before it did I Columbus Hodges. putting zello Smith.
I). of Steamboat Springs
Freeman, ,
condition officials"
auspicious and its
Mr. Johns suffered A CARD Of' THANKS
David Levy Silcox. any great burns damage. his hands and will Questions and Answers-By Teach- r.ol.frB.: T. E. Pert, of MalIsonliRs ;'I will lend their untiring efforts! to make
Sylvester Prevatt. severe on ers. !\ IxtUie Warren, of McIntosh and 1918 of .
a year prosperity.MASONS
Vander Bell. be unable to take his place at the bar- Business Session. .
:Miss :May Warden, of Jacksonville.He The family occupying the Methodist
Sam II. Harrell. ber shop for several days.Claul PROGRAM COMMITTEE.: : ----- :
(Signed) in
was. laid t" rest Dyal cemetery : INSTALL: fn'ICr.Rfapp parsonage in this city desire to heart-
Henry 1I0d e. -'--- afternoon Rev. W. G.
Sunday ily thank their many friend for the
Eben Jackson Hood. 5-G Totally Mentally; and Permanently Unfit for SERIES OF F'ARIERS'IEETISGS; ;\ : Law, of the First Baptist church, performing ; Lodge No. 211, F. and A. M., many tokens.of love which they have
William Physically
Bray. Service the burial ceremony. A held| their regular communication on been the happy recipients of during:

Curtis Lafayette F. Gainey.Blair. Mack A.;Military Howard. County Agent\ C. D. Gunn is. to be- large; number of friends were present, December 27, 1917, and after the us- the Christmas holidays. These loving

Benjamin gin series of farmers' mee'irgs over who deeply sympathize with the family ual business was! attended to, the Installation remembrances cheer the heart of tile 1"
Martin a
Hueh I1aIl William
Ted T. Crews.lran. Dyal. the county at an early date, and In in their hour of sorrow. of the officers for 1918 fol pastor and all his family, and their

Kirby Johns. Jesse Holmes Sullivan. our next issue he will announce the _._-- lowed.( "" earnest prayer to God is that all who f

Ernest: Cavnda Valencia. Stafford Ellsworth Htes and places of these .: :Miss! Irene !Stromnn'; who is teaching W. F.. Sapp. W. M. have been no kind to the Lord's hum-

Walter S. Oswood Darling Kersey.Homary These meetings will have something in the Starke High School, will return Charlie H. Wainwright, S. W. ble servants may receive a rich mind
Class 5-D-In :Military or Naval Service Richard; Benjamin Moore. of interest to every farmer and shoulj. tomorrow after spending the itch. Arch Dobbs J. W. /glorious reward.

William A. Moitt.of the U._S. Tate Powell Denmark. be well attended. l1dayS in Tallahassee with her parents': John, Sapp, Secty. and Treall.y.r T. L. Z. BARR, Pastor.



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'UC\IWOItU COUNTY T"Uf1t1'11.: : ; SPAItt4E. .:. 'LornU. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1918
M, -- -- -- ----- -
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-- --- ticularly al'ounclIonte: Tomba and on I eastbound Baltimore and Ohio traina :Mexican bandits were killed\ in a fight
An agreement in principle was of here. All the dead were between bandits and
mile east United
is States
The continuing -
reached regarding the reciprocal return the Asiugo: plateau.air raids over enemy important members of the crew. The westbound troops and Texas rangers Saturday at

E : to their homes of war prisoners, ,: his attack I train carried several soldiers, according San Jose Mexico, opposite the Indio
wJ the his latest
civilians and also for the towns on plains,
of the interned
[ Week's Summary and return of captured merchant vessel having been directed against Vicenza, ,to reports, but it is not known if Ranch, which is twenty miles south of

Speedy resumption of diplomaticand Bassano, Castel franco and Treviso. any were among the injured. I Eagle Pass, according to an official
statement received at
killed and forty military head-
consular relations is i! embraced, in Thirteen persons were I

a Friday. (i northern Russia is disposed to accept the understanding. It is set forth that four others wounded the majority of GREENWOOD, S. C.-The charred crossed quarters into here.Mexico The Americans had

peace on almost any terms, while the there shall he Immediate stoppage of them evn It'ams. bodies! of !Mrs. J. L. Whitman and six Mexican cattle on the trail of;

An indication that things: in Germany attitude of the remainder of the nation economic warfare, establishment of Likewise the operations on the children, aged 3 to 13, were found in thieves. There were
k are not going in a'coreanr is uncertain. Another correspondent commercial intercourse and the organized fronts in France and Belgium are being the ruins following the destruction of no casualties.

t +! with the German government's d sires o considers the Bolshevik\ disheartened exchange of commodities. i i \ confined almost exclusively to the Whitman home by fire near here. I

is the report that moru than three mi- at the German disinclinationto A substantial understanding was i I bombardments, although the German The cause of the fire is unknown. The MONTROSBWith the axe

hundred members of tho German arrested' accept the principle that nationalities arrived/ at on which the basis of eco- I war office claims a further gain of mother apparently discovered the fire which her son, J. O. Bush, used to kill

rority socialist party Christmas were eve.Tt : hitherto without political I independence nomic relations shall be settled per- ground by the army of Crown Prince too late to escape and went to the chil- his 11-year-old son, Mrs. J. II. Bush,
ir. cities
numerous )has be allowed to decide their manently.A I Kupprecht of Bavaria over the British dren's aid where all were overcome I 72 years old, slew the father while he
IIR branch of the socialists long
desired) pad refused to ncquie&'o own future, this refusal being considered petrograd dispatch of Thursday I south of Marcoing, in the Cambrai and perished. |slept Sunday night; according to a
peace stumbling block for further no- had been sector. confession Airs. Bush
a said the peace negotiations made. The murder -
in the war
government's projrruoi.Onco
I' gotiations. for the I There are persistent reports that I of the child
have postponed ten days to give entente was discovered when
Germans tn-
again tho Meanwhile Germans who have arrived powers opportunity to indicate heavy fighting is in progress between WASHINGTON.: -Jerry Ward private Mrs. Bush told officers Bush had kill-
donvoreil\ to break the Prcnli front on Kalcdines' Cossacks and Dolhevikltroops ! in Company A, First Separate
in Petrograd are being permitted whether they would participate. A I ed his son because the boy had stolen
the Verdun sector! but again hivj fail and in southwestern Russia, and Battalion of negro troops of the Dis-
to spread their propaganda message from Brest Litovsk on the a sum, of money. Mrs. Bush in her
ed. Two assault delivered north >f have been No trict National Guard; has been sentenced -I
that casualties heavy.
German; newspapers are circulating same day spoke of the continuation of i i I confession to the coroner, says she
the Cauricres wood resulted In tha deW details of authentic nature have yet to dismissal from the service
freely. Postal service with entente the discussions and apparent informal an I was compelled to witness the murderof
feat of the enemy and the infliction countries, on the other hand, is: lacking negotiations ore being carried on during come through, but the reports say the and three years at hard labor in the the boy and forced to assist her

of heavy casualties. and allied residents of Petrograd the recess. Bolshevik! have been defeated on the Atlanta federal prison for killing/: An- son in disposing of the dismemberedbody

On the northern Italian front there as well as the Russians us a whole, TUf'Hday. southwestern front, with numerous drew J. Cooper, an aged carpenter, at by boiling it in lye. After the

has been an abatement in the artt.kry: remain in complete ignorance of what losses of men and guns, but that they the quartermaster training camp here murder, the confession Bush

activity between the Aniago (ilntjuu' has gone on in allied countries for the Notwithstanding the fact that deep i, hnve occupied the important town of October: 12, last.WASHINGTONThe. went to his room, taking says the axe he
and the Brenta river but the intensive snow covers the ground; alone; the Poltava.]
six weeks. had used with him
past and went to
and western. front in Northern France bitter sleep.
duels between the Bre'itit
Cold weather and snow in the European II Still further progress\ has been made
Piave continue. The infantry Crves have reduced the fighting has been in progress be- by the British troops operating in senate war
of the belligerents\ are virtual j in- fighting zone tweun the British and Germans on Palestine the Turks north of inquiry committee investigated; fur- \\Iienever You Need a General Tonic
activities to minimum in against; ,
military a I uniform cloth Take Grove's.The .
ther the cancelled
octive. the Cambrni sector. After having,: scrap
northern Jerusalem. The turks in the fightingof
most sectors. Only in Italy
AuRtro-Germun air Rquiirdons at- of importance I captured British front line positions the last several days have lost more picking contracts let by the committeeon Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
has there been movement -
: any later the supplies of the Council of National: chill Tonic is equally valuable
tempting\ bomb tho Venetian p'ainn in the last forty-eight hours. Sunday and lost greater por- than 1,000 men killed.It as a
towns of TrevlHo and Monte Itolluno tion of them in a counter attack, the the Bolshevik! have Defense to the Base Sorting Companyof General Tonic because it contains the
Even: there an infantry operation isrepotted is reported well know tonic
suffered the loss of eleven planes in Germans Monday attain set forth af- New York, and under which, witnesses properties QUININIJ:
the arrested the members of the American
from and
only one point on IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivesout
spectacular aerial battles with British tmttleline. The Italians took the Initi- ter a heavy bombardment in quest ofa railway mission at Irkutsk, Siberia, testified, the company could Malaria, Knriches the Blood and
and Italian aviators. Over Treviso much desired position-the Welsh the Telegraph have made excessive profits aggregating ; Builds the Whole System. 60
ative, delivering; blow at the Austro- says a dispatch to Exchange up cents.
: ridge-which lies to the south of Mar- I \ several hundred thousand! dollars
German line near Monte Tomba, on from Pctrograd. ---
coing in the old\ Hindenburg line and annually.
the mountain front just to tho west of -- Your order for printing will receive
of eight planes, while later a squadron offers a splendid vantage point for ob '
the Piuvc. The German war office reports servation. + +f + + + + + + + + + + + ++ + + the same careful attention if sent by
4 'r; of eight/ Austro-Germans in a light this engagement\ declaring that + + EAGLE PASS; Tex.-At least six mail as if given personally.
over Monte Ilelluno lost three ma- Attacking;' over a front of about 1-
i ; j the Italian attack was broken by
up + NATIONAL NEWS + - ------
y F chines. All the British! and Italian the defensive fire. The principal air 200 yards and using )liquid i<< fire against :!!
aircraft returned wifely to their bases. the defenders of the ridge, the enemy + +
t e Co-operation of Japan with her allies activity front.also Austrian is reported airmen from the recently ItalIan !- succeeded momentarily in enteringone + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Tinware andKjtchenUtenslls I

.n' in the war to the fullest extentof of the British trenches. Ills tenure -
'beaten olf from Trcvlso with the loss CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.-Two officers' -
her ability was pledged] by Emperor however, was of short duration,
of eleven planes, carried out a bombing training camps will be openedat
Yoshihito in a speech from the as Field Marshal Haig's men, in a
; raid Friday night\ in which the city Chickamauga Park next Saturday,
,b throne at the opening of parliament brilliant counter attack, completely regained ,
n of I'udua rich in art treasures, was instead of one as first contemplated.
their lost On other .
todiiy. ground. -
attacked. None of the city's noted -
The said Japan's relations! part of the line the Germans were =t -=
; emperor
monuments was harmed, but eight Tex.-Military authorities cI: =
t4 with the entente were extremely met with a withering fire and compelled .
powers have
bombs dropped In the most densely commandeered, at reasonable
t clone, which was greatly, populated part of the town killed thir- to retreat with heavy casualties. prices, all uniforms and all military 2 It is a pleasure to offer sucha
Aside from this bottle little fighting
pleasing to him. teen persons and injured sixty others. overcoats in Waco stores to equip
of moment is in fine line of tinware and kitchenS
progress on any
Saturday. Bombs dropped on Treviso and two drafted men arriving at Camp Arthur.
of the fronts although violent artillery -
Great Britain and 1 France respectively other towns closer to the fighting line duels continue, at various pointsin utensils as we now have in stock

their minister than Puuda, which is some thirtyfivemiles ASJli
through prime W GTON.-Freer movementof
France and isand
Italy. Especially heavy
and minister' of foreign affairs, have from the front, caused no damage is the duel around Monte Tomba, on coal to districts suffering under the especially at the prices we

tti-i made known to the world that the or casualties.In the northern Italian front. Here the cold wave and the treatment of labor are able to make. Our tinware is
terms under which the Teutonic allies I naval warfare torpedoes or mines questions will be the chief railroad
opposing troops even under the rain
seek a general peace are not sufficient scored against: British, torpcdoboat of heavy shells are also indulging\ in questions dealt with this week by Di- the finest, best finished kitchen- ==
s:4 and ba'kinj.tht'lr\ minister, the Brit- destroyers operating off the Dutch rector-General McAdoo.
vigorous grenade encounters. It is in ware on the market and our
coast Three of these craft sunkon
ish proletariat, represented by a na- were
this Rector that the French lending
tional labor conference, has reaffirmed the night of December 22, with the are == enamelware, graniteware and 5
their aid to the Italians, and in SELMA Ala.
without equivocation that it is the determination loss of 193: officers and men. Practically every
n p" their first attack against the enemy church in the city was closed Sundayas aluminum cooking utensils are also
of labor to continue the The displacing of Admiral Sir John
make tho R. Jellicoe Vice-Admiral Sir ROHS- they captured important positionsand the supply of coal is almost ex
war in order hereafter to by in addition took about of a high quality.
pris hausted.' An agreement has been 5 very
first lord is
world safe for democracy. lyn Wemyss as sea partly
oners and sixty machine and
reached the
guns by ministers to hold
qy Fortified by tho known attitude of attributed in England to the loss of one
tho these three destroyers with of seven big; guns as booty. union service each Sunday during the As reminder of of
President Wilson as requirements many I From Jaffa eastward, Gen. Allenby'sforces coal shortage. a some
of the United States if the war is tot their personnel.

_ i end and a peace concluded the utter- King Ferdinand 1 of Roumania has' successful'in Palestine advance are against continuingtheir the WASHINGTON a a the articles you may need, let usmention ;;

jr of Premier Lloyd George and abdicated the throne in favor of Crown -Government con ==
#r ances Turks. The latest reports from Pal- trol of mines and conscription of la- saucepans t ew- =
;a Foreign Minister Pichon and the almost Prince Charles, according to an unconfirmed -
raa estine show that the British now are bor were predicted by L. A. Snead,
in This follows -
unanimous sentiment of the British rumor Petrograd. pans-roasting pans-bread
well to the north and northwest of Jerusalem head of the fuel administration's dis-
make certain of a revolutionary -
previous reports
workers seemingly
and in possession of some of tributing agency, testifying before the pans-tea and coffee =
that the Teutonic allied proffer, given plot against Ferdinand and other the most important roads in central senate committee iie pots-
I investigating the
%_ -t in reply to the Russian Itolshcviki proposals indications of a political crisis in the Palestine.The coal situation. y griddles-pie plates-rice ==

will go\ for naught it is materially the kingdom\ described in dispatches advent of the new year finds. ;f
into line received nt the Bolttheviki headquarters ::
added to and brought the United States and the entente allies boilers-kettles-jelly, pudding -
that the United Petrogrud last !Monday BIRMINGHAM: Ala. Three + EI9
,r with tim demands in confident of the ultimate negroes -
successof ice
States and tho entente allies have laid I :Monday. their the John Barnes, Will Ellitt and S i- croquette, cream
cessation -
down as tho concrete basis for the Aside from bombardments and reciprocal of fighting in Russia. The Will Dixon, are held at the Jefferson and fish molds-strainers ;;

discussion of pence.Nevertheless artillery duels, little is goingon : pence proposal made at the Hrest- county jail here in connection with the ==
-flour sifters. Better still
Bolshevik! element murder of !Mrs. : 1
the Mary Lancaster sixty -
in the major theatres of the war. Litovsk conference by Count Czernin: ,
+ in Russia apparently has not On the French front the weather is the Austro-Ilungarian foreign minister und her daughter: Anna Price come and see for yourself

+t lost heart that something may come still cold and this, with the snow has not yet been officially recognized :- forty, at Klmbl'rly.11 three assert '
from the Czernin proposal for the I their innocence of the charge.IACO'ol what we have.
that covers the ground everywhere, by any of the allied governments
Brest-Litovsk' pence conference at i is impeding operations on a large but one of the lending English\ newsp- jJj-
which it was made has taken a recess Hcnle. the British !\ : Gr-:Mrs. :Mary L. Crum,
aers says premier will
t until January S. and meanwhile Trot- The Germans Saturday night essayed send a serious and reasoned reply to of Brndentown Fin., who came here n .-, IIIIHII BUY A HOME IIlIIlIfffl

sky, the Bovhclviki foreign minister, month ago to nurse her son, Allison,
an attack against the British northeast when it is presented officially. Any
proposes to send a noto to the entente of Ypres where for the last several reply, it is believed, will first have the ill with pneumonia at Camp Wheeler, The prices we charge make it genuine
,,'... allied embassies in an endeavor to contracted the disease and died. Her
_0 days they had been laying down sanction of all the countries now at
have them participate in further peace n heavy preparatory artillery fire. war with the Teutonic allies, Ron, who is convalescing, was carriedto economy to buy here everything you need.

parleys. The attack, however, was futile, for I That the British premier is optimistic ! his mother's bedside before she
Inside Russia the situation still\ remains died. STARKE HARDWARE COMPANYStarke
the British, ever on the watch raked as to the future course of eventsis
cta .w obscure owing to the various the Germans" with their fire and repulsed shown in his New Year greetings to I

reports concerning the movements of them with considerable losses. the viceroy of India, in, which he says MUSKOGEE, Okla.-Fear of the I Florida

the Bolsheviki! and counterrevolutionary Likewise! attempts by the Germansto that before the new year Is past he draft is> believed to have prompted

forces. One of these reports is carry out raids on small French has the good: hope that "the purpose Charles E. Logan/ a farmer near hereto I

,* to the effect that on armistice between posts near :St.:; Quentin, Bezonvaux! and to which-we have set our hands will kill his wife and baby as they slept, I

1 e the Kalcdines and Bolshevik! troops VmiquoU resulted in failure and in have been completely achieved." set fire to the house and then cut his

has been effected at Rostov-on-Don' adition, the lost made throat according to officers who :
enemy men pris- M. Clemenceau. the French premier,, returned -
with a neutral zone between the fighting oners. There is still considerable intermittent has no intention to permit the Russian here from the scene of the I

line. artillery activity along; the socialists to tragedy. r
gain idea
an erroneous
On the fighting,: fronts Palestine' entire French front.In Thousand of acres of our Florida lands

+ i again has come into u position of first the Italian theatre the infantry as He to therefore the stand has of refused France in the war. \\J{ o& will be planted to Cotton and other
to sanctionthe CHARLOTTE. N. C.-Fire
the British. having I destroyed -
importance owing to Li Field Crops the coming season. Prepa-
for the present is idle, but the big the
granting of passports to Petrograd ( laboratory and operating
inflicted another severe defeat room ration ot soil la most Important and
't I,
continue to mutual PnODCTOTSST"
guns carry
for socialist who buildings of the
delegates desire
Camp Greene base should
upon the Turks near Jerusalem. To liii begin now. These new book
} the north and northwest of the Holy bombardments! against opposing positions to visit the Russian capital, declaring; hospital while Charlotte firemen and I tell bow this should be done and give
I the hill from the
in regions Asia-
City General Allonby's forces have that the situation there was too chaotic camp volunteers were thawing; out the =-= uggeotlons for 'Planting, [cultivating,
made/ an advance of about two and n go plateau eastward to the Piave river to bring about any useful result water mains. A defective flue is saidto fertilizing etc. Free to growers.

_ half mil(' "*on a front of nine miles This activity is particularly pronounced nnd that u visit by Frenchmen at this have caused the fire. The loss was z;;;; vniaox.. TOO>IEH FERTILIZER co.
Turkish at- on the Monte Tomba sector. time might be harmful to the morale estimated' at about $75,000. 5 -,-= Manufacturers Ideal Fertiliser
after having repulsed a
e, tack. The Turks suffered heavy casualties. The British forces under General m the allied front and also work Injury !II I IB"= Jacksonville, Florida.

r Allenby continue their victorious: | to the allied,\ cause within the VIRGINIA ,
march/ against the Turks in Palestine. lines. Minn.- Starting the I Ii I I I .a .
Artillery duels arc in progress along Considerable fresh' progress has been enemy furnace fires with pictures of the Kaiser -

t7 the entire northern front in the Italian made. north and northwest of Jerusalem Wt'dnenday. jnnitora: have burned 600 school

M' theatre, the infantry of both Hides particularly in the occupation of Another reverse for the Teutonic books having chapters and passagesof ,

t apparently being! inactive except for lurch about twelve miles to the north, allied arms following' that effected by a nature deemed pro-German. The

a patrol encounters. Likewise on theM where the Turks offered stubborn resistance the French troops in their initial driveon destruction of the pictures and books

front in France the artilleries are doing but finally were overcome. the northern front in Italy has been was at the order of the school board. S II

i the major part of the fighting. Provisional agreement on a seriesof brought about by the Italians in a "The Watch on Rhine"'in 800 school +

a The Germans have not offered 1 battle important points, including\ liberation sharp attack in the famous Zenson song books was pasted over.
to the French on tho Verdun sector of war prisoners and resumption loop on the lower reaches of the Piave I ris
-, - north of the Caurieres wood sinceWednesday's river i 1 es
of commercial relations
was reported HEADLAND Ala._ !Mrs. Mary
to sanguinary repulse. today by the delegates of Russia and H?ro the enemy has teen driven to McClain was arrested here charged

Snow and cold weather prevail over the Central powers in discussion of he: eastern hank of the stream from with the murder of her 18monthsoldbaby.

r the entire line from Belgium to the issues which in the event of a general positions' he had held since tho Italians She was arraigned, and pleaded

1 Swiss border. peace would l have to be settled in their retrograde movement It will and
The among guilty. The woman is said to have lei save you money
establishment of republic in (
White Russia, has been announced a according the nations represented in the nego from the Isonzo made>eit stand on tied the child in its go-cart and rolledit h l rl I trouble. Gives description and
tiations here. This he western shore of theiTinve. Thus
provisional discussion
advices into a mill pond near her home. full information on all seeds for
to Petrograd today.
was terminated today the basis the entire right bank of the'! Pinve has
-. A rnda, or legislative body for the ter- of been cleared of the invaders McClain.said she was. unable to > fall planting.] Our stocks are complete
an agreement adopted being except the child. It ItullPtal
ri'ot-y has been assembled at Minsk, reached under the reservation that fur to the north, where the battle line support ThJG >] assuring prompt shipment.Martin's .

at which place a decree will be issued it runs westward from the and
was to be examined by the government stream suert i
__ proclaiming the independence of the represented by the delegates.; through the hill region. NEW YORK.-The American Red Hy-Test

t state. In respect of treaty relations an understanding The fighting for the Zrnson bridgehead Cross will begin the new year with a Southern Seeds 1

A German submarine was sunk by was arrived at regardingthe has been in progress since last membership of more than 20,000,000,
the fire of of American it announced here at the close of V
guns an passenger restoration of the situation as it Thursday, the Italians keeping energetically was Carefully grown closely selected always -

steamer approaching the British was when war began; It was provided ;: after the foe in order to regain the nation-wide enrollment campaign. dependable. Full assortment gar

coast Thursday according to reports .that certain laws adopted since the position, considered a menaceto Every one of the thirteen national di- ii den and field. Strawberry and vegetable

of the passengers and gunners the war will be cancelled and those Venice. Heavy casualties were in- visions exceeded the quota set for it plants\ also a specialty. Write

aboard. effected thereby shall be restored to victed on the enemy by the artillery by i the Red Cross headquarters in \ittt ,today :for our new fall catalog.

:Sunday; their previous rights! or indemnified.The and rifle fire of the Italians before he Washington. I

i Petrograd 1 special dispatches do not rules in regard to payment of was forced to across the stream.On . N ,E. A. Martin Seed Co.

\ indicate clearly what the receptionhas war costs and damage were defined in the northern front the infantry NORTH VERNON: : : Ind.-Seven are

keen in Russia of the Central greater detail. Provisions were made again is idle for the moment, but the known to be dead and about twenty injured I 1 1 Jacksonville Florid

Powers' reply to the I Russian pence c'on'eminJdamnjtes; nuatained by civilians : big guns: of both sides are. keeping up as the result of a head-on collision

proposals. One view taken is that outside the war area. !intensive duels of various sectors, par between a westbound and an





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t = --- I I Charged with evading the selective TII" WEST TESTIs backache and they proved very bene 4 ,
News of Flori-a:; draft Jose Fernadez Lopez, of Ybor ficial."
in Short Paragraphs. -.1 ---
9t .. ,!| City, was arrested Tuesday and Bent [ Soldier Letters 111 II The Test of Time Lasting Results i

9r I +nrawu.rwuw ;:I to Fort Dude for court martial. Lopez ---- ,- Over three years later, Mrs. Andrews
i LSWN was called in Division r No.-: 2 on Years ago this Starko resident told said: "The cure Dean's
\ [ J i I October :3, and ordered to report for Camp Wheeler, Ga., Dec. 27, 1917.!) of good results from using Doun's IMls j'IlVml\ ) has been a Kidney

examination on October 8. He failedto Editor Telegraph, Kidney fills Now !Mrs. J. W. An- I am just as willing to

ll. -- report and was certified for non- i Starko }'Ia.I drews confirms her former statement medicine now a* before."
f .1 Told by Our Exchanges.Frank appearance on October 13 and branded I Dear Sir-I'lease: allow me spacein -saya there has been no return of the Trice HO; cents at all dealers. Don't
1'i'i I. a deserter. your paper to thank the ladies of trouble. Can Stitrke people auk for ply ask for a kidney remedy-get R

the Red Cross chapter for their prosents more convincing testimony! Doan's Kidney Tills-the same that
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sent me Chrbtnma. Mrs. Andrews "I feel justified Mrs. Andrews has twice publicly recommended -
Hammond, former One Joe Smith, colored, was badly cut I says:
a negro cigar factory at Key Went has The. of Bradford county
.1 boys wanted
about in recommending Uoun's Kidney Pills Fouler Milburn Co., Props,
the and
of the Gilchrist face shoulder by sailor
lave family, died at Just finished a
an for six hundred I to .spend Christmas with their home
I used> them for kidney complaint and iluffalo, N. Y. ((33): )
I the extreme age of 106 years, in Mi- and fifty thousand cigars;\ that will be off one of the boats in harbor at the 'folks but we were not granted any s

,iml last week.Sarasota sent to France.On corner of Emma and I'etronia streets, furloughs. Wo are glad to know tho .0.
at Key West Saturday. Smith 1.1
was Keel Cross U still with us, and certainly -

is trying to get one of the February 12 Volusia: county will an which innocent took spectator to a mix-up do appreciate their kindness
place between several
auxiliary aviation thut the fed"ral hold election men, since we left home.
camps uu to decide whether
according to statement of Chief
government is going to establish. not they will issue $:OOOOO worth of Sheriff a Roland who Deputy PR-line upiul 1 mo your paper, us I have
fhe board of trade has the matter in bonds to build i a road I from De Land to to be on the scene and made! happened tho- not been receiving it since I left Tump 1 .
hand. the Putnam county line. Jiicknon. BIy luMrpgs is 12 t Infantry,
arrest, placing the sailor in jail. The
Headquarters Wheeler I- :
Ii I sailor started lifter the man. he had Cin.: Company( Camp! ,

i A change of much interest to the Hastings is going to have another hud the altercation with but the man Wishing happy New Year to nil.
,iicople of Bartow in general is the big' drainage proposition put through.. ducked the thrust und Smith becamethe Yours! ,
.onsolidation of the State Bank and This will affect 50,000 acres of rich, victim hiving boon. standing in Pvt. 1\; HI. WIUTTKN.:

the Citrus Exchange Bunk, the State fertile land, and when provided with roach of the man with the kni". . .
Bank assuming all deposits of the Cit- drainage will add I an immense farm- ---- - -

I ius Exchange and paying all checks ing area to the Hustings section. Edward Neal, 12-yeur-old son of THE (;IIU. WHO) LOPES} OlUt HOY

"n said bank. :Mr. and JI.-s. J. II. Neal, 213 Garrett ;

Searchers in airplanes and bouts, street Fort :Myers, went hunting\ one We ,used to think her frivolous you :
As the result of investigation of who have been hunting for Student morning last week, shot a duck, swam know how parents are,
capitalists, Gainesville is to have in Aviator Crowe, missing since last out into the )river to !secure it, became A little quick to see the faults and '

the very near future a peanut oil mill. Wednesday morning from the naval frightened in twelve feet of water and petty flaws Unit mar ,
All arrangements have been completed aviation station at Tensarolu gave up sunk. after giving one call for help. The (girl their son is fond of and may o

and the purchase of a site for the the search late Monday and, returned, i W. K. Squires, wealthy winter resident choose to make his wife. Vf? f .
mill consummated. The name of the to; the station. Crowe went up alonein I from New York, who owns the A little over-jealous of the one who'd S .
new corporation which has a capital- a seaplane Wednesday in a prac- beautiful residence on the river near .share his life;
ization of $75,000 fully paid, will be tise: flight and disappeared behind a I' :Miles' farm, heard the boy's cry and But the girl' he left behind him when ,.I

the Florida Peanuts Products Co. fog bank at analtitude of 500 feet saw him sink. lie was warmly clad, ho bravely marched away
He has never been seen since.J. but plunged into the water with all line blossomed into beauty. that we ace iI
his clothing distance of and l reed to ,
on swum n
Will Jeppe, a negro, was landed in Waists ,
lliO! Stylish
feet and rescued the boy from :
the Duval county jail Tuesday morn- W. Bridewell, conciliator of the drowning. She was with us nt the depot, and we
ing by Deputy Sheriff Frank Edwards United States department of labor, turned our bark awhile,

charged with the killing of another negro who has been in Jacksonville several And her
,1. name unknown. It is claimed the days working to bring about an agreement Contracts for five steel oceangoingtugs though she tried her best to smile; Discnminating buyers will find our
dead man was attempting to use a between the Southern Bell Tele- between 150 and 175 feet long, Then she put her arms 'round mother

knife in an encounter with the arrested phone Company and the striking girls, for six huge steel barges and possibly and it seemed to me as though assortment of waists complete in
man. The affair took place in announced the amicable settlement of I double that number, and for one or They !grew to love each other for they .
the yards of the Atlantic Coast Line the strike, both here and Waycross, more steel floating drydocks have been shared I a common woe. every detail -in variety of styles

railroad. Ga.! The girls returned to work with let to the Williams Shipbuilding Cor- Now> .she often comes to see in, and it
the same status and under the same poration to be built at Tampa, it was seems to me we findA l materials, sizes and colorings.

conditions! as existed when went learned from an authoritative source. heap of real
Divorced at 3:30 and married at comfort in the girl lie
r out on strike. Details are not available because of left behind. Creations of lace silk de chine
6:30: was the record hung up Wednes- the government's attitude regarding crepe
day afternoon by Ray Wakeloy, manager -
of the Bay View bowling alleys, Late last Thursday evening Mrs. 1 nor publicity will officials of its shipbuilding discuss the status program of "She's HO sensible and, gentle," mother voile, etc., command your attention. You

Tampa. Wakelcy. had hoped to have Alberta 1'. Leo wife of Dr.) William the contracts for{ four wooden vessels I said l last night to me, will find attractive designs in embroideredas
T. Lee, of Russell, died : I "The kind of girl I've often wished and
at Madison.
his final decree for -n Christmas present : I|lof !a.IOO! ()( tons burden which were off I II
but one day lute wasn't so bad, where she had gone for medical treat I i fcred" this concern to he built at Tam prayed his wife would hr.Ind well as plain patterns-and the prices
after all, and the ceremony took place ment. Mrs. had been in poor I I like to have her near UN, for she

last night in the room of Rev. Haucknt health for a long time, and about a mat-ter understand my sighs, i will please you.Courtesy.
the Y. M. C. A. year ago she underwent a serious \t\tl\ I see the brave, boy ,smiling' whenI

( operation in Jacksonville. This only I look into her eyes." i
Is Our Watchword
rave temporary relief and she was Whitfield W. Wilson, of the Wilson Now I the presence of his sweetheart
Cliett's Pharmacy ut howling Green taken to Rtarke for medical treat Coffee Company, and Mr. :McLeod, seem to fill our }home with joy and Quality Our Standard '

was broken Into Sunday night and ment. Later she wu: carried, to :Madison traveling salesman] escaped' ( from being She's no longer young. and Iliirbly, ,r
f robbed. of several hundred, dollars' in I V
and it was there she died seriously injured Tuesday! afternoon fche's: the girl who loves our I boy. .
'jewelry, Christmas boxes and candy about 5 o'clock, when Mr. Wil- Tampa Tribune. Cash Department Store

and other holiday goods. The cash ] son's machine turned turtle near 1'i- .
and in the till Whil :Mrs.! K.; U. Baldwin'' children ---- --- -
register money were I nellas Park on' the road to Tampa.
overlooked by the robbers. The job .vore having a big time lit a The two men were returning from St. TRESPASS SIGNS )FOIL SALE. Starke, FloridaSAFETY
has the appearance of being that of a Christmas tree at their home in n... I Petersburg; and the steering gear

novice. It is reported that two other Land, Christmas eve, with some neighbors I broke, causing,: the machine* to turn '
robberies of a similar nature occurredat present, little :Marguerite 11111.1I turtle and catch on fire. They were

other places in the county. win reached over a lighted candle for both caught beneath the vehicle, but +
I a present. Her dress caught fin in were fortunate enough to get out before I
second, and blazed rapidly. :Mrs.
a the blaze made headway. lie-
James Thomas at Waldo
captured ; 'f
Baldwin jumped for her child. antismothered
Irving Andrews and Will :Moseley, sides a few sliffht bruises, neither one
out the blaze with her
hurt. The machine totally
captured in Gainesville, were found was was
hand! Dr. Baerecke was sent for and destroyed.One .
guilty and fined $50 and costs each,
attended the child, who was fnrtu-.
) and one-half of fine remitted on a
i' nutely notoriously burned.
charge of selling whiskey. Vidella I hundred cases, of twenty-four
I Stratford was fined $50 and costs, and I ---- i bottles each of Log Cabin. brand vinegar -

Jesse Porter, who, the evidence showed On January 1 the Curtiss Aeroplane [t were seized Thursday morning by
: : had only helped the Strafford woman Company's ilviation school opened. at | federal 1 I pure food agents\ at Tampa,
: r off the train at Burnett's Lake, !Miami for the reception of students. following filing of libel in the federal Is the first consideration at this banK. It

f. was discharged. This school was established! there last court asking its confiscation becauseof

winter, but wot closed during the alleged impurities and alleged misbranding -

Following. several-- complaints by summer. Joseph Bennett and Bert \ in violation of the pure food is the consideration which appeals strongest -
Tubbs instructors in the school have
loyal citizens of Pensacola, United net approved June 30, 1)0!) Informa-
one machine in use and are assembling tion was filed by inspectors' of the
States Marshal J. B. Perking took in another for the use of the pupil food, to It is the consider-
It custody Thomas Early, a well dressed pure department following an investigation every depositor.
., who will arrive within the next few I which has been going on
and neat appearing stranger, charging -
] 1 clays The Curtiss school will have no for several weeks and follows closely '
He was him with taken opposing before United the draft States act.. army students this winter giving\ on the seizure and filing of libel on ation which has made this bank what it
their whole attention to private pupils. I of .
2,500uses tomato pulp here Wed
Commissioner J. J. Sullivan, Jr., who
after hearing the testimony of two I nesday. It was charged that the tomato is. And it is the consideration which
1 witnesses, remanded him to jail in :More than 100 guests in the Huntington i pulp hud been made from spoiled -

i default of $500 bond. hotel, St. Petersburg, were tomatoes.
thrown into excitement at an early
hour Wednesday morning when fire Christmas morning Chief of Police should prompt you to bank with us. 41d1t
Robert Alexander he said _
residing, .
destroyed a garage in the rear of the Charles Pinkoaon, of Gainesville: captured -
825Vl.'st Union street Jacksonville
at -
hotel and threatened the biggest wooden : an escaped life prisoner for
was arrested Thursday eveningby building in St. Petersburg. The whom /a reward of $100 had been of- 1
Detective 1Lord
Philip charged
hotel never was on fire, though it was fered. The wanted man is Clarence
with having most suspiciously a grip only the quick work of the firemen who sentenced .
Smith was to life imprisonment -
laden with belongings apparently of a BANK OF STARKE
that prevented the big building from in 'Alachuu county circuit.
soldier. There was nn unmistakable the whole end from bottom
burning, rear court on November 15, 1D15, having
soldier hat In the lot and then too,
to top, was smoking when a hose been convicted for murder. Smith escaped -
sore popular songs which are in sentiment was turned on it immediately after from St. Johns road ramp, near State and '
most uncomplimentary of "Der County City Depository
Kaiser." the firemen reached the scene. Augustine, on December HI, and .

his liberty was of short duration, for 'bT drl

An aged negro\ Tony !McKnight was Chief Pinkoson returned him to camp
Carl Haymon, of Arcadia, was severely found Wednesday afternoon lying and claimed the reward. The chief was -- .-- ----
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if not seriously injured when dead in a path through the woods riding! by Dan Dixon's resturant Tues- .

his car turned turtle while roundinga near the Harney road about a mile day morning! when Smith attracted k

sharp curve north of Zolfo. Mr. beyond the :Myrtle Hill cemetery at his attention by attempting to dodge 1
Haymon was pinned under his car and Tampa. The old negro is believed to'': when he saw thiv officer. Smith took

1 1I remained in this condition until he was have dropped dead a' he was walking. his recapture with perfect coolness,

rescued by passers-by and rushed td lie was carrying n shovel and an axe, I although his Christmas celebration! Fertilisers! for Spring-Order Now

Zolfo, where medical attention was se and a bag swung over his shouldersled hat! been brought to an abrupt termi- _
cured. Just how badly he is injured, Deputy Sheriff I.ogan to believe nation.

or how the accident occurred is not that he have been hunting 'pos- 1s !
known. may \ I The importance of ordering early your spring fertilizers. can-
evident that he hud died
sums. It was of thieves consisting of
A gung not be too st.rr.njdy( f mph tsiwd. ,
the night. :Many white hairs
during worked '
both men and women, systematically -
The coroner's jury empannelod last from a dog were on his trousers where through, the big Yowell- The railn.uds(: are overwhelmed with trallic-moving( troops d''

Tuesday at Gainesville' to inquire into the animal had evidently lain waitingfor I Duckworth) Department Store at Or- and supplies[ and liaising: the increased tonnage of nearly every

the circumstance) surrounding the his master to awake and tracks ,: lundo during the rush hours of ;Monday line! of husiru-sri.
death of James Thompson, a negro" showed, where the hound had finally afternoon. A Uujy customer -
man, after hearing the conclusion t>f lost patience and skirted off through first noticed the young thieving' and notified Grii.y a mall fraction of the JO.OOO( ( c ordinarily used to haul e

the physician who made the postmortem the woods, evidently on a bee line to one of the salesladies, who, in the fertilizer: tonnage of the South will be available this season.

examination, rendered their report carry the news to the old man's home. turn saw the thief work and) promptly .. ,

Wednesday-morning to the effect notified :Mr. Yowell, who grabbed the '
the to his death from ':::::::::::::::::::::::::::-;. Order c'lirlr. Use! nn ample supply of /
that man came Deputy United States! Marshal W. thief a tall lean looking man and ..., .. .. .. '" ... ......... " h. 1 I k )lul l''! (fertilizer Yoa
alcoholic poisoning. Thompson was G. Richardson, of Jacksonville, is going marched him into a small room in the ;...... 'f'' ':"';;.'-..'.'.'..jii ;1. 19o h-Ira) ! ( p' nl< e I /
found Tuesday night south of the city after the slackers in his territory, rear of the store, where he was compelled {I L.i. ii'i;3 ',;F ; "i -13: can niroril! ') to Lu more vcenerous( : fnuti

in the road sick, and parties carried and it is useless for people to try to to disgorge silks, underwear, :., JH.l s al: "Il; ld i rr usual fur, toilay a barrel c>f potatoes or a

him to a house nearby, where he short- resist the draft laws. Saturday :Mr. hosiery, etc. In the meantime another ii! rUtfu: ;...::........ :cU'IIItI: ii:: box of fruit will buy more 1'ertHizcr than

ly expired. Richardson captured twelve men all man broke through the second-story !i! Eailck tile Sell i ii i H in normal times.: : '

I white, Suwannee county, and, he window of the store and made his escape !p J Increase the Yield ij ,jj, Armour! fertilizers, forspringnreready!
P. F. Strout a native of New York landed them in Duval county jail, to and several of the females ha*- Ii I; fertilizers of proved\ cn:>r-rnikinir: finality -
City, arrived in West Palm Beach answer the charge of resisting the tily departed, but soon after the police !! ;II[ Hasten Maturity {E i: j] -to every need o*' crop :md soil:

Thursday, having ridden from New army draft laws. :Mr. Richardson also arrested five or six of the gang at the Jj I jj! a D role the Quality ?;jj &:_ Get! in touch with our agent) todnv or ..

York on a bicycle. His cyclometer reg- captured eleven men from Lafayette Orlando hotel, where another pilo c.f i I, write for special circular describing!: our

istered 108 miles for Thursday, but county and while in Live Oak he wir- stolen goods. was secured. Jt FERTILIZSRSJri ::: j complete line.
he states that this is below his aver- ed Chief Charles Pinkoson to look out :. :

age for the trip. :Mr. Strout is in the for Sam and Larry Servance, father :..aan.66ai.t..i.t'J; : : ":
Pile Cured Ira e to M DaysPour
employ of the United States govern- and son, who had left Lafayette ARMOUR FERTILIZERVORlS
d'"l'tot11\ t.hrod mon If PArn
ment as a translator of several lan county and it was believed had cometo O1NTMKNT fall to err IDT can* ol Itching- A r j u u u'n n V
He returned from France Gainesville. Mr. Pinkoson promptly Sited BUedmiror Prot"dawl', 6to I4tfayTa ARMOUR: FERT.Y/ORKS/ .JAC'<::qONVILLE. FLORIDA
guages. ant .PpI .lloa "In.! Ease tail Heit. Joe
only' a short time ago, where he was picked the two men up and landed
actively employed, and is now on his them In the Bounty fail where they JACKSONVILLE FLA.
vay to Key West where he will be were joined later in the day by eleven Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell
everybody. Advert
stationed indeaniteiy.

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three months old; cholera immun- PLANT PECAN TREES.

u Bradford TO MAP PURCHASERS J ed. W. A. Dubose, Starke, 12-14-St COULD HARDLY -,
County Telegraph 1
Courthouse News ] I nave made arrangements with a

To those subscribers who purchased LOST-Mouse colored mule, weight reliable nurseryman to buy of him the
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. 't4 Published Weekly, and entered as second one of our map charts, we wish to about 800 Its., age about 6 years. STAND ALONE best varieties of Florida (grown bud-
say that the order for the maps was Realty Transfers Suitable reward for information. ded pecan trees at the following prI-
; class matter at the iM>Ht-ofBce at placed weeks before our agent ceased to Hiram Fortner-ne W. O. Brooks, Route 1, Lake Butler. ces to-wit: Trees 4 to 5 feet high, 50

: +ts Starke. Florida his soliciting, but up to this time we fourth R. A.of Perry nw fourth and nw fourth of Terrible Suffering From Headache, cents; I 5 to 7 feet high, 60 cents; 7 to
c::====- =- -_ --:- -,,--= have been unable to get them here FOR SALE-6 horse power kerosene 9 feet high. 75 cents.
ne fourth, section 25, tp. 8 s, range Sideache Backache and Weakness
'"r E. H. MATTHEWS. Editor:: and Owner. As soon as they arrive they will fie engine, practically new. Reason for Anyone wanting trees please let me

p J. C. KOHINSON, Associate: Editor mailed out to each purchaser. 22 II.east.G. Rembcrt and wife to Starke selling, want larger engine. T. L. Relieved by Cardui. know the number and variety of trees

----,.. Lumber Co.-Lots 1 to 6 inclusive, or Godwin, Brooker, Fla. 12215t. Says This Texas Lady. wanted as once, as the supply is Jimlt-
ed. Trees can be planted from. now
ANNOUNCEMENTMiss ; fourth of fourth, sec
w half of so nw -
SALE-One Holstein milk until March 1st.
FOR good
1918 -JAT EJARY 191.VK !; tion 2, tp. 6 s, range 22 e, and lots 13, cow, fresh in February. Sixty-five Gonzales, Tex.- Mrs. Minnie Phil- N. D. WAINWRIGHT,
14, 15, 10, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 33 and 24,
Ellen Harris will be at
NON-L.r..,=IO f 1Na 1R_rF' Agnes Friday same section, township and range.N. dollars. Mrs. S. E. Jones, Sampson pot, of thb place, writes: "Flv years ll-30-tf. Starke, Fla.
the High School Auditorium on -
City, Fla. 12-14-51. I-waa taken with a rain In my
A. L. Kite to J. B. Dowling-w ago
evening, January 4th, at 8 o'clock. !
u: 3 left sldo. ]Itwas right under my : Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev
F'' This is the third number of the Five half; of block 4, town of Lake Butler,
FOR SALE O unimproved
acres Advertise!
- with
an erybody.
left rib. It would commence
in nw corner.Mrs.
Cent Lecture Course Miss Harris i is except
I land belonging to II. P. Jones, half
6789101112 very prominent in Florida and comes M. S. Brown and husband toIL aching and extend up Into my left
mile from depot at Graham. Seven
I G. Rembcrt.-Lots 1 to 6 inclusive, shoulder and on down Into my back.
highly recommended a speaker;
us dollars acre. Mrs. :S.:: E. Jones,
1314151617182Q21222324 l9 Come and hear her-only five cents section 2, township fi s, range 22 e; per City Fla. 12214t. By that time the pain would be BO H
.--- Lots 13, II, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23 I severe I would have to take to bed
and 21, section 2 township 6 s, range
about three days A
and suffered usually
25 2& COLUMBIAN: WOODMEN TO FOR SALE-Second hand boiler, engines -

| ORGANIZE MONDAY, JAN.' 7 22 cast.J. and all kinds of machinery of ..I suffered this way for three years,
P. M. Geiger-
L; Ncele et al to
2728293031A The Southern Co. Ad- to be skeleton and was ,
Turpentine and got a mere R
sw fourth of nw fourth, section 35tp.
drctft B. ;Magid, Lake Butler, or B. no weak I could hardly stand alon .. i
Messrs. Perkins and Valentine south half of fourthof
7, 21e nw
range ; Was not able to go anywhere and had
Goldman Ocala 1221tfFOR
-- --- --- lie here Monday night, January 7th, nw fourth, section :J5, tp. 7, range to lot my house work go..I suffered

NEW: YEAR'S: TOAST for the purpose;> of instituting a Columbian 21 east. SALE-A 40-acre farm near awful with a rain In, my. back and I I HARDWARE

Woodmen Household. All Starke Lumber Co. to R. O. Den- had the headache( all the time. I Just
Here's to the U. S. A. to a finish. those who have made applications to nurd-East half of nw fourth, sw Lawtey known as the Fisher farm. wan unable to do a thing. My life -

t' Through her troubles and her care, join this beneficial fraternal organization fourth of ne fourth, east half of sw Everything on it goes with sale. Inspection was a misery, my stomach got In an WDeWitt

We will help with all our power- are urged to bo present withoutfail. fourth, aa! fourth of nw fourth, nw invited. Address A. M. Van awful condition, caused from takingso

Over hrre, and over there.Here's A most pleasant time is promIsed fourth of iw fourth, section 3, town Dyke, Lawtcy. 12-7-tf. much medlclno. I suffered BO much
I bad just about given; up all A
to Uncle Sum and all pain.
you youstanj to every one who attends. ship 0, range 22; se fourth of ne to help
of getting
hopes our
for FOR SALE-Second hand boiler en-
fourth section 4, township 6, range; 22; ,
All the things hold most dear gines, and all kinds of machinery of me.One
you ; section 2
AWARDED: J PRIMARY: CERTIFICATE : lots 1 to 6 Inclusive township day a Birthday Almanac was R
Here's to a very, very happy : 6, range 22 east; lots 13, 14, 15 the Southern Turpentine Co. Address thrown la my yard. After reading

And u prosperous New Year 1H, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23: and 21 section 2, B. Magid, Lake Butler, or B. its testimonials I decided to try Car-

township 6, range! 22 east.II. Goldman, Ocala. 12213t. dul, and am BO thankful that I did, E
Government ownership of the railroads Mrs. J. C Poppell, teacher in the A. Hewett to Myler C. Pearce- I for I began to Improve when on the

will give us such a distribution Sturks High School, received notice Lot 12, block 3, McKinney's Addition FOR SALE-Forty-acre farm, 2%! second bottle.. .! am now a well
of our products that no section will this week that "ho had passed the examination Lake Butler. miles southeast of Starke, small new woman and feeling fine and the cure C. Jones
given by the Flying Squadron house 18 acres under wire fence has been permanent for It baa been
need to want for what is produced in II. P. Gainey and wife to John W. ;
in Starko a short time ago. She and in cultivation. Cheap for cash. two years since my awful bad health.
over-abundance in another.
Lewis-so fourth of se fourth, section and recommend
I will always praise Starke
was Awarded the special Starke. 11-23-tf. Florida
primary certificate Wallace Mills,
22, township 7, range 20 east. Cardui. fry Cardui today. E 78
and the honor also to
P The Williston Progress, J. T. Lewis goes W. II. Clemons to D. W. Hazen-ne
her of being tho first resident teacherto FOIl SALE-20 acre farm, 2% miles
editor, is now numbered among the fourth of nw fourth of sw fourth, sec-
such certificate. This from Starke road all
secure certificate on Kingsley
:Florida weeklies. Mr. Levels is a good tion 7, township 7, south range 20 e. ; -e ooaoz.oaTAKE <
covers the following eleven well fenced and under cultivation;
'? newspaper man, and will give the people branches: Reading, arithmetic, English Sim Carver to Gussie E. ParkerGomm.nclnp two-story dwelling, good barn, 90- rClO 'o'
; of Williston and Levy county u ; nw corner lot 10, sec. 31,
R composition, foot well school. For termssee
r I grammar geograIthy ; near
township 5 s range 30 -east 428 ft., !NOTICE
newsy paper. > U. S. history, nature study S. L. Alvarez. 11-16-tf.
south 595 ft., sw 551 ft., north 929 ft. n
drawing, manual training singing,
The cold' wave did no damage in psychology. to beginning; also n half of n half, lot FOR SALE-The place belonging to Don't wait until the last minute to pay your 1918 o
9 section 31 township 5 20
s e.
this section because we are not engaged !
the estate of C. B. Griffla. Contains
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in the business of producing win- A. E. Cone to H. A. Hewitt-Lot 12, Auto and Chauffeur (License Taxes
80 40 under good wire fence.
block 3, McKinney's Addition Lake
ter fruits and South
BEEN OVERHAULEDThd Two dwellings/ 2 smokehouses, one
Butler. p be 1 1st. Misdemeanor for
Florida sustained considerable damage barn. Located 1 Vi miles from Starke Tags must on January operating -
If J. Levelett and wife to T. II.
but South Florida has demonstrated one-half milo from church, one mile O motor vehicles without State tag after that date.
Rimes-Half acre in sw corner block
her ability many times in the entire heating system of the from school. For further informa-
past to recover quickly from disiihters. St.irke High School has been carefully K in Worthington.Mrs. Ernest Amos
1d tion write A. J. Griffis. Brooker, Or Apply to Comptroller,
L. E. Lamb and husband to
Sho will do the trick again. overhauled and put in good condition see K. L. Griffis, Starke. Inquire for o
D. W. Hazen-sw fourth of sw fourth, Tallahacsee Florida.
during the holidays, insuring a directions at Bank of Starke 10-12tf II a
: comfortable sw fourth of se fourth, section 8, township -
for the
warm, building
: Bradford farmers should,
not neglect to county plant plenty of peanuts students when they resume! their 7 s range :20 east. o Remit by Express, Postoflice Order or Cashier's Draft o

the coming season. Reports from tho Studies next Monday. It is hoped to R. A. Andrews and wife to G. %V. ECOTTt N o NOTE.-.-Personal check not certified delays delivery. n
Aldermansw fourth of fourth and
have fc full attendance on opening (day ne
,45 sections of Florida! Georgia and Alt O
}, nw fourth of se fourth, section 22, I If you are holding your cotton I furnished Tax Collectors
r, Lama where peanuts arc being extensively Ii Applications by or Comptroller.
CARD OK) THANKS township G s range 20 cast. don't run the risk of losing it by fire, I u.
wa show that tho farmers \
grown A. Z. Adkins, Special Master, to insure by a cotton certificate. IMPORT ANT..Cive I Engine Number.
from the
'ft ia are making. big money crop. The family of the late J. L. Warren :Mrs. M. E. Edwards-Lots 12, 13 and J. R DAVIS & COMPANY I 0UCZO
I Mr. C. I) Gunn, county demonstration n
desire to extend their heartfelt 14, Livingston Truby's Co. Addition, Starke, Florida .
1 agent, in just! buck from a trip to thanks to the many friends who wereso Town of Starke. : -oczo: -0=: 000 0- -0 103
Jackson and tho farmers ... I
' kind to them during the sickness B. A. Powell and wife to Verdelia
f there are "cleaning up" on peanuts. and death of their
husband! and father Powell-East half of ne fourth and e

I !Mrs. J. L. Warren acid Family. ; half of so fourth, section 3, township

) s From the looks of its newspaper 1 ----- --- 5, a range 18 e; also ne fourth of ne

w the Commercial Lcesburg! is a progressive TWO FARMS-or : CHANGE HANDS: fourth, section 10, township 5, s range Ilr '
city of live wires, who are
IS east.
pulling together in a way business men J. II Newsom has bought N. T. R. A. (Perry and wife to Hiram Fort

of other cities! could follow with great King's 4J-ucre( farm two miles northeast ner-Northeast fourth of nw fourth
.9i profit.-Indian River Star. hero U: of town and will take immediate and nw fourth of no fourth, section 23; ,

w, the story in"a nutshell: The business possession t of the property. Mr. New- township 8 II range 22 cast.

men of tho community support! their I som moved to Bradford, county nbou W. T. Weeks to II. A. Hewitt-Lot
newspaper, and thus make of it a medium two from Suwannee county
years ago 12 block :it I McKinney's; ( addition to
sr that builds up tho town. A newspaper I and has proved, to be onu of our Lake Butler.
cannot live without advertising most successful farmers.On .
W. H. Sunders to Mrs. Lillie Dyal- -
and 1 the merchants of Loef.lji.irg realizethis.Leesburg Wednesday. J. Uglow sold his That portion of section 2, township 0!,
Corn rritrcinl. fine (i5-ncre farm two miles norlh uf i .
r .s !range 22 east, lying south of public
I town to Henry/ C. Uruning, of Rich rond Lnwtey to Starke

Wo are being advised I to leave offs field, N. J. :Mr. limning has gone N. T. Hitch, Sr., to W. S. Nobles--

this and I that in tho name of economy back to New Jersey to pack up his i. Northeast fourth of sw fourth section S

What .is to become of tho peoplo engaged belongings and will return with hid 20, township 5, range 21-cast.

in this production tho articles 'family In about two weeks. Ho is anexperienced New Suits

that wo are to taboo? It seemsto farmer and will no doubt : S
us that tho best thing to do is to keepho Uglow/ farm up to its present Lawtey State Bunk vs. J. M. Nor- -
W. E. Norman and John Browning
man, -
act as nearly normal us possible. To standard. Mr. liruning! recognizes
economize on articles that and scnrco the great possibilities hero for swine ; civil action; damages $500. Attorney

in order that there may bo enough togo raising and will devote much of hill attention A. Z. Adkins.T. .
around is rational of course, but to that line. J. Terry vs. Seaboard Air Line

to stint on articles that are plentiful Starke is not to lose either :Mr.( Kingor Railway; civil action' ; damages $1,500.

would be .sure to bring hardships to Mr.( Uglow. Both will buy smaller Attorney, J. C. Poppell.
those who have them for sola Let's places and remain here. F. A. Fisher, vs. Seaboard Air Line

't+ be as sensible us possible under the -- Railway; ('Ivilaction, 12 cases, aggregating
-- -
tr..yf circumstances.: $2.1,000 damages Attorney, A.

d+ R. Watkins! Medical/ Co., vs. W. I Stb
The The annual business meeting of the
buildings und n great part of
First; liuptist church will bo bcM, I Pinholster: D.V.. Pinholstcr and
the on
machinery in a Tampa brewery
trVl I.. L. Johns
assumpsit: damages! $500.ttorneys
Wednesday evening l>. There
r v+ I Im are to bo converted into u iiiprur refinery \ Futt-h and Williams.
plant, establishing a cnsh\ market will he a great deal. of business to be United" States Tire Co. vs. DeWitlT.
for sugar cane in that locality.: anti attended fo and it i is nevessury that n "
full Jones, nssumpsit! ; damages! $. (tO.
r i encouraging the raising of cnne. The attendance of the church ba pres butch and Williams, attorneys

t project is being supervised liyII., L. 'nt.
Paul Brothers
J. D. Padgett
vs. ,
Ilamner, industrial agent: or the Son- W. 0. LAW Pastor. ,
damages .
; $2,000. Attornf'Y.H. l
board Air Line. It haM been found! .- T. Boozer 11\ /i' 1," t
: I I'
that changes In csuipnu-nt can bo easily TO THE:Pl'IILIC ,'iJ It ? 11 1
/ made, and that cane syrup( may bo 1"p1 :
here is plenty of mon'y'aitnblf'.
made at the rate of fifty tons
Tho A. I). Anlr'wsI'rl'untile; Company I expect to try to carry in stock all
This section of Florida does
not at
which was composed. of A. I D. kinds of farming implements! which
4i present" grow sufficient cane to keep Andrews, S. II. Moore( and O. II. Cordon nro useJ on modern farms, also cottonseed a ,
such a plant in operation but while
1 has now dissolved their co-purt- peanut seed, oat seed, and other + y+ltifttfMf, 1'aa'I' : ar iItJY/Lr-

plies cane of acreage raw: sugar is being can developed be drawn from sup nership. Tho said firm has been anncorporatcd kinds of seed; corn, oats, hay, sweet ''i fl'71r j 11, 1 I k ltr + .

Cuba. Uiinndo Sentinel. body for the purpose of fef'd. shorts bran, chicken feed 'salt
sS doing general mercantile business fertilizer, Irish potato seed, cultivators I

4r and has been very successful the past stoves and furniture of nil kinds .
g It is believed by many wellInformed three years and while it was not the The best line of shoes that money can I Our Mr. J. W. Andrews, Jr., has been in the market this week and has

; persons that the management of leusure of A. D. Andrews for the buy; hats, ladies' rl'lIdytowt'ar,0001": i bought a carload of Mules and Horses that will reach barns in Starke about
:t tho railroads of the country will never inn to dissolxr! but as it was dissolved anti n general line of staple goods.I I our '

pass back to private hands, !but that he will continue to do business at '' also have twelve head of well- ,I Tuesday, January 8th.

_ they will be permanently taken over the same stand, which is the brick 'I''I'I broke horses and pony mules that I'' .

by the government. Tho Telegraph I store adjoining the Citizens Bank of want to close out. !I II .* These animals are all thoroughly broke and ready For work, and we are in

hopes this will happen. The gross in- i.iiford: and shall try to do a strictly also want to thank my customers the humor .
'tiqa,Titles of rates and service that ash", business. anti friends> at large for the business'' to move them out at bargain prices.

resulf'itom" the operation of the railways : I shall make every effort to keep n that they have entrusted to me in f'VI,

as >*pnrato systems makest! of complete stock of merchandise, or cry line during the past year and hope To do big things on the farm it requires good dependable live stock. If

first importance tthe country that such merchandise mainly as is used : that I may continue to be of service you are in the market for this class of stock
come to see us at once and let's get
should be consolidated the
they an one big by farming people as the trade to them in any business capacity. t

system and operated by the govern- or the farmers is the trade to which I. Very sincerely yours I I I the New'Year to moving with a swing that will mean the biggest year ,we have

ment. Congressmen aroto be elected I shall cuter. And I shall end'nvor to A. D. ANDREWS had. ,

this! year throughout the country and have my store operated by bright, ac- Raiford, Fla.CLASSIFIED. | ever
government ownership of the railroads commodating, industrious and competent I

should be mado the paramount: issueIn people. shall buy for cash get-

the campaign. V hile regulatory ting all the discounts and !give my

commissions and laws had some effect customers the benefit by giving them

toward bettering transportation con- the very closest cash prices.I I J. W. Andrews
ditions, it must be plain by this timeto have not quit the supply business I & Son

everyone that nothing approaching !I because I doubted the people, for the FOR SALE--One milch cow and one

(ideal conditions will ever be achieved farming people, as well as others in farm mule. J. C. Poppell.
through these channels. Nothing this section, have bf'en'the best debt-

short of government ownership will paying citizens that I have ever become \ANTED-Goo man to work
ever solve the transportation prob. acquainted with, and I only make Farm. Apply to II. L. Stevenson. Starke Florida

;r lem. See that the man you vote for the change because I believe it will Starke, Fla. 12-1 lit: 1- ', JI"f/
for congress this year is pledged to pay me and my customers to do business I

vote. for it. I on a cash basis, and at present .FOR SALE-Six Red Duroc pigs.



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1 :Miss Anna Canova was a visitor to Mr. II. L. Stevenson left a few days Miss Eunice' Ellis\ has as a guest era of The Bank of Starke will be heldin

Jacksonville! last Wednesday ago! for Pittsburgh, Pa., for a visit :Mrs. J. N. Riddy, of Atlanta, Ga. its banking rooms in Starke, Florida I

with his parents. He was preventedfrom on Tuesday, January 15, at
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Bits of Local ljj J. C. Cone, of Lawtey, was a business the Christmas ,
spending holidaysat Notice of
l Stockholders' Alerting./ 7:30: p. m., to elect, a board of directors X
visitor. to Starke Wednesday.Mr his old homo by reason of having{ for the
Notice is hereby given that th regular ensuing year and transact
to await the receipt of his questionnaire annual meeting of the stockholders such other business as come before
1fr. :\ !
Information L. :Morgan, of Brooker was: which did not reach him until of The Bradford! County Bank will them.
transacting business in Starke Friday.Mossrg. Christmas Eve. Then just as he was
he held in its banking rooms in Starke, T. II. HALLIGAN,

I I G..r.MO.r ? t.. a.dn... T : Hamp and Ben Andrews of for planning New"l'ur'lI to get away he and be at home Florida on Tuesday January IS. 1918! 12- 8-2t Cashier.
aN day was summoned t
...._ .. ... Ta.a, Raiford, were In the city Wednesday as a juror in the United States at 7:30: for p. the m., ensuing to elect a board and, transact of directors ..2
S r I District Court, which convened on such other business year PEANUTS.: :: PEANUTS,
F. L. Turner spent Sunday and Monday January 2nd. That he was able to I before them. may come TilE TIIKEE-FOLI CROP. "
-- -- -- in Starke with relatives. make the trip homo WAS due entirely I

W J. Tomlinson, of Lawtey, was Mr. and :Mrs. O. Gardiner had as I to Judge Rhydon M. Call's goodness, 1-4-21 J. H. BITCH Cashier.JR.. Peanuts that will fill your barn with

111 Starke Friday. their guests through the holidays, :Mr. :Mr. J. L. Peck has been on the sick : of heart. When :Mr. Stevenson explained forage your smoko house with bacon
W. II. Cribb and George Cribb, of list fur the past week. that he was subject to military -your pockets with money. Double t a
T. M. Witt, of Hampton, was in the Crystal liver; :Mr. E. I.. Cribb, of duty and that this might be his Notice of Stockholder" :\1<'t'linJr. your acreage next spring. Write mo

city on business Monday. Lake Hamilton, and Mr. Cecil Cribb, S. Rosenburg was a business visitorto last opportunity to visit his home Notice is hereby> given that tho regular / today for prices on the N. C. flat vine

I, Co. C, 30i: ( Field Signal: Battalion, Jacksonville Tuesday. folks before being called to service, annual meeting of tho stocUhold need peanuts II. T. Hall, Lowell,
Or. E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was in Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. They the judge promptly excused, him.
I Starke Tuesday afternon on business. ': crime by automobile.Mr. RUB-Mr-TiSM-Antiseptic: : ,: relieves

Rheumatism, Sprains, Neuralgia, :Messrs. R. Warren, of Worthington : -I. 4
Me% George Ellison, of Lake Butler, and :Mrs.V.. J. Epperson and and W. R. Wurren, of Brooker
wa i > a business visitor to Starke Frill I family accompanied by their guest, were bU1irU'RII.IMiturs to Sturko yesterday. INSURANCEFIRE
day. Miss Huby Gornto, of Jacksonville, :'olrll. L D. Green returned Wednesday While in town ,,'. II. Warren
motored to Luke Butler Tuesday and from :'0(11)0IIl're( she visited her had his name added! to the Telegraph's! LIFE, ACCIDENT, BONDS, ''AUTOMOBILE
j] Wrn Wainwright, of Camp John- spent the day. They were accompanied mother !Mrs L. A. Dces. subscript lint, which now containsall t
*' it t i, Jacksonville, was in the city Sunday home by :Miss Iris Epperson who \ of the Warren brothers/ four in PLATE GLASS +
visiting relatives. has been \isiting relatives in Lake :Mr\ J, S. Brown, son and daughter number.C. .

Butler for the past several days. Harold 1lLnli hazel are visiting nt 1 represent some of the very best companiesin:
Miss Ruby Gornto, of Jacksonville, the home of :Mr. and :Mrs N. B. Hull.Mr. . II. Churchill, of Jacksonville, was
the world and will Insurance busi.
.is m the city visiting her uncle, Shcr- :Mrs W. N. :Murdaugh has gone to a business visitor to Starke Woilnes-.! appreciate your
iir W. J. Epperson! Bartow to join her husband, who is L. A. Davis, Jr., and family day. Mr. Chur"hill'as for several ness. Nothing too large ortoo small.!
employed there in a largo saw mill motored to Jacksonville last Monday: years a resident of Lawtey, but has ....
Miss Annie Vivian Graham, of Rul- :Mrs. E. W. Stewart has taken chargeof ; where they remained several days. been engaged in the real estate busi-' JOS. E. WILSON STARKE FLA.Florida's .
f.rJ.,. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mrs. :Murduugh's house and will iness in Jacksonville for the past few
Graham this week. run it as a private boarding house. :Mrs E. L. Odom of St. Petersburg years.
I"I guest at the home of Mr. N. '1'.

Markley Johns returned Monday Mrs. J. R. Williams and daughter, Hitch. IS YOUR LIFE INSURED?

from a five-days' hunting trip in Ala- :Miss Ida May of Citru were the I represent the oldest .
:Mrs A, Z. Adkins and children and company
chua county. guests of :Mrs F. A. Scott first of the
week. !Mrs. Williams had been visiting Mr.: and Mrs. W. A. Barrett, of Ocula, In America-The Mutual Life

B. Magid, of Lake Butler, was in in Jacksonville and was en route spent Sunday in Lawtey with relatives. of New York. Fertile Farm Lands

Starke matters.Tuesday, attending to business to her home. Deputy Sheriff W. W. Bai>>den was. Jos. E. Wilson. Starke. Florida. YOU'LL ba interested in this better farming court
toil, work with
Prof. R. A. Green is spending the in Lawtey Friday of last week on of- you. Communities are well developed. ; chooU are ..
Mr. John Fralick and son, of Lake Christmas holidays with his home ficial business L. V. Moore in always to the front good end church. are nearby. Transportation _
Butler, were in Starke attending to folks at Starke and while there he when it comes to field and garden pro- facilities alao good. '
Miss Margaret Burleigh has returned duce. His latest contribution to the
business matters will
Friday. no doubt look to strengthening I
his political fences.-Live Oak Democrat :. to Starke after spending the Bunk of Sturke's agricultural exhibit The Florida East Coast Railway
T. M. Hagan, of Hampton, was in holidays with her parents at Tuvnres. is a couple of turnips of the white\ egg (FU>r.r S..toml
variety that weigh nine pound! through ill subsidiary compuniM-lh. Model Land
Starke Saturday, and while here paid
F. D. Johns. was attending to business Co., I'rmna Grant Land Co., Chuluot Co., and .
the Telegraph office a call. Screen wire-we are offering enam. Okrechobre Co owna and has (for Dale tarns tract
in the Brooker section first of Miss Claude Ambrose, of Jacksonville -
eled screen wire at gratly reduced of land luilabltt i l for farms and truck iitrdrn.
Mr. Charlie Harden was among the prices. Save by screening now. Quigley the week. Mrs., J.wns the Knout Wednesday ol Illustrated. literature, on your request Inquiriesanswered
C. Miss
Lake Butler visitors in the city Sat- Lumber & Supply Co. I'oppell. Ambrose promptly and in detail
:Mr. Wilson Bryant, of Sapp, was taught in the Starke High :School: a
irday. in Starke Wednesday and was among few years into and is remembered liy J. E. INGKAIIAM. Vic.-Pr.iiJrnt
I Mrs S. B. Denmark and .
the callers at the Telegraph office. many friends in thin city. JAS. nt
Miss Inez Anderson returned Thursday Mamie, arrived, Sunday from CaiTor-l: ---- flORIDA FAST COAST HAlLWAY COMPAN\o
from visit with relatives at to spend the holidays with :Mrs., (Onio -
Room JQ'2 Cilr Buildin. Si Autuitm. Florida
Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at Mrs. nt Weirndale, raid
Archer. and S. B. Denmark.) :
Sapp -Mulberrycorrespondence the Cash Department Store bliss A Alliert.son of I Pcl.and arc \IHitintf : .. -=
to Tribune.
their mother, :Mrs G.! H. Allu-rt- ,
Ford tops and curtains complete, :\\11,. George White left Thursday to non, at the homo of l IIr.> and i\lrs. li.! TCunipbcll. .
J'i.50.! M. Leviton. Starke. Miss Beatrice Honey left today for .
resume his studies in Southerland Col]
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of Schools her brother-in-law and :Mr. und
Superintendent Poppell sister "- U. \\'. Burnsed and family hiivtmoved -
visiting the schools in the western Mrs Clem Curvis.-'olondny's: Ooalii II. .I. Stewart Mid family were vis- back to Stnrkc from Green '

> nd of the county this week. Star. itors to Starki Christmas day. They Cove Springs, and arc occupying their '

mo to if J over and reported a most enjoyable home on West !Madison street, formerly :
Messrs. O. O. Bielling, O. C. Biell- I'rof. B. B. Lane, who is,principalof flease
time.-Lake Butler Times. known all the I.antffor.l: place.Mrs. i I
ng and R. F. Harden, of Lulu, were the High" School system at Panama "
in the city Friday on business.J. City, spending/ the holidays herewith .
The building of :Mr. A. C. Fling oi> II, Green waR taken to
hi:* -family.- .Tallahassee Demo his let in the southern part of townis Ko pra 'Stinitiirltim, Jacksonville on .
Baisden arrived Thursday from crat. being rapidly erected by Contractor Wednesday to undergo nn operation.She .
Stark! to visit' his_ uncle and aunt, S. '- -- Cooper, and his force of men. was accompanied by members of
1 n, Denmarkand Mrs. Onie S.\p.-[ Their many friends, glad to welcome her family and 1 1'r. J.P. TomlinHon.Homer lenty t tI
Mulberry correspondence to Tampa back to this l'ityIr: and, Mrs.
Twenty-eight years experience at ------ ---
T. B.: .Adams who ha"e been in I.awtpy
Tribune. ( hoe !
good repairing. Rest of leather Lirnlmujrli returned to (norgin '
for the past year.-Lake City 'r.- and rubber. Best hand-sewed workat Tech, Atlanta, ;-iff.. i
Mr.!. and Mrs. S. T. Dull and son, dex. Stacey's. It noon after spending| the. holiday nPtnrko ., y
.- T. Jr., of. Gainesville, - --- - ---- -
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were with bin pur'n1.rl'. : and, Mi
't the home of Mrs. Doll's father, Col. Messrs.!: I E. II. and .1. E. flemorw :Mr. und :Mrs.\ Carlyle Peek left onWi'ilncsdny T. N. I.imbautfh.Dr. )h r
W. T. Weeks, during last woek. of Brookor were in the city Wednesday afternoon for Atlanta, after - ---.---- rosperity

on business. These gentlemenwere \ spi-nding, the holidays with relatives I 1 l'I': Campbell\ has add h ..1 I t." l It>,
Messrs. O. 1*. Nelson and RoscoeUrickliuul callers at the Telegraph\ offlcoduring j
I in Starke. public library a set of six \'
:; of Suxton, were in the city their stay :tuwu.y the present war, published' by the I I P!
.uturday. attending to business mat- I ; ;Mii Aldu] I E. Fryer, daughter of view of Reviews Publishing (Cu ..inluevrral ,
''-rs. Mrs. :M. I E.: Gardiner and,I ;Mr. and, Rev, :\1. !M. Fryer visited, a few days of the latest book f Our I
Mrs. G. B. Hood of Gainesville, arrived this week with :Mrs. A. A. Smith and wish for m

Messrs. Otis and Onis Bivlling, of Sunday] and spent the New Yertr other friends" in Lawtey. J.1.: Groover nail Steve Li-wii, you
ijika Butler in the city Friday" with Mr. and Mrs. O. Gardiner
were well\ known young/ citizens of Iru! "ki>"r,
having their questionnaires! properly. Mis.on Kate and Mtrie Livingstonhave were transacting business in Stark .
"ecu ted. Special sale! going on at the Cash! returned to Gainesville after Thursday the New Year

Department Storo. spending the holidays with relativesin --------
T. F. Douglass, of Lake Butler, was! Starke. Mrs. H. C. Richard spent the weekend
among the citizens from the west end !Miss) Maggie/ Deklo and !Mavis Fair- with her husband Lieut. Richard

>''f the coun'v! in the city Friday II* .cloth of Lake Butler, were guests: at :Mrs. O. J. Griffin and children, Ethel at Camp Green, near Charlotte, N. C.
was accompanied by his father. the home of Mr. N. T. Ritch duringthe and Owen, and :Mils> Audrey Johns QUIGLEY LUMBER,i & SUPPLY CO.

I week. : went to Jacksonville Tuesday to visitMr. Mrs Fred Suyles, of :Miami, i is u
Prof. R. A. Green will return to Live : J. W. Griffin; and family.C. guest nt tho home of her parents r
Oak Sunday after spending the holidays !Mrs. D. P. Mitchell and family returned Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. FOR IMPROVMENTS

in and, near Starke. with friends Saturday afternoon from Cal- 1). Gunn county demonstration --. ---' -
and relatives. lahan, where they were guests of relativeS agent!\ returned home Sunday after J. D. [Padgett, one of Lake l1utl'r' ... .

Miss of for the week. spending the f'hristmm holidays nt prominent business men, was transacting I _______________-___._ ms
Francis! !May, Inverness, his oM\ home in :Marianna. business! in Starke Thursday. i I

will arrive tomorrow to take the po- !Mr. J. E.: Deklo, returned to Lake ------ .........4..... .55...............N................ b11I
ution in the Starke High School made Butler Wednesday, after spending several !Mrs. Nell Hughes,: and! :Miss Margaret County Agent (J. I 1). ions: win a
recant by the resignation of !Mrs. A. weeks in the city in the employof Hamriik[ went to Jacksonvillo business visitor to (:Guincavill\ TiK'st

K. Wall. Hull's Department Store. Wednesday latter going to Douglass day. !i YOUR AMMUNITION i

(Gu., where. she will resume her ------
Mr. and :Mrs. G. C. Livingston, !Mr. and :Mrs.! T. G. Futch and. family position us teacher. in the school.LIGHT A, I. Crews, nt Ralfnrd, was in our
\Iinsea Mario Livingston and :Martha spent Christmnj in their old hometown city Thursday attending to liiiMnrMi. +

I'iaon, of Gainesville, :Messrs. Harold of Lake Butler.-Lcesburg Com ------ You need ammunition for the battle of life. :

Wall and Allan Canova motored to I mercial. A daughter was born to :Mr. and :
Black Point Sunday, I lCIln( ; Mrs. W. H. NI'wsomIOIUl.IY: 5 A good, healthy body is essential: for the campaign.
Mr. Duncan and sister :Miss If you failed I to secure one of
Kasper ,
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There's this
those ELECTRIC: FIXTURES for -- ---- one sure way to secure healthy body.
Cedar fresh day. Marguerite of Lake Butler with a (Middletnn:\ ,
Key oysters every Xmas GET ONE NOW. D n't Hampton was in : + ,
Brymer's fish market, phono 109. party of friends: motored to Starke last bargains. the city Thursday on buninc.Hn.
miss those .
Saturday. <1L1GI.EY LI'MUER & SUPPLY I Pure Groceries ;
Miss of Lake Butler The .
Edna Faircloth COMPANY: Ford Garage receive! a car of '
:Master Cecil Ritch of St. Petersburg -
returned Monday from Lake Butler Ford this week.ANDEKSn.N'.II. +
where she has been spending the is visiting his uncle, :Mr. N. T. For ImprovementsDr. r
holidays. Miss Faircloth is teacher of Ritch, this week.A i! r
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the Bootdrain school. We'd like lo sell Groceries cheap, but we can't :
little daughter was born to Mr. S. W. Harrison and his bride,
Misses Pinholstcr and Baxter, of and Mrs. Olin ,V. White on New Year are comfortably situated at the home A wedding that will be of intprp'lt : do it. Nobody can. +

ttrooker who have been attending the morning. of Dr. and :Mrs. A. II. Freeman. Mrs. that to their of "I many U. Hancock friends of in Georgia this: city, who was But we can and will sell you the best, and at iI
formerly :Miss Harvene[
State Teachers Convention at Day- Harrison was
tona during the past week, returned George' White returned Thursdayto Ortlip, of Union City, Ind. was married on lust Wednesday to ; prices as low as some people charge for the other : t
home Friday afternoon. Southerlanrt/ College! where he bus :Miss Elsio Anderson of this county! 2 kind.
been a student since September.Miss Edwin Freeman will leave tomorrow tho nuptials being celebrated at the : '"
home of tho bride's Victor Kuhl, who has been spendingthe for Auburn Ala., where he will your i
Thelmii :Moore of Jacksonville, in the Alabama :Mrs. Jim Anderson near Lulu, and
'holidays in Starke with his par- resume his studies I : it to us.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kuhl, loft has been visiting her grandfather: Polytechnic Institute. :Mrs. A. II. Rev. J. R. Eutmnk.s of Lake City performing 2Don't

Wednesday Jacksonville where he Underbill.Ir.. Freeman" will accompany her son as the t'eremony.-The Florida) : put infeiiorammunition into the body if i .
Index. i
will resume his studies in Draughon's far as Jacksonville.R. I I : you would have it do its best work. +
Business College. a ) Chase, of Jacksonville, was a -- +
recent guest of his daughter, :Mrs. J. Kay White came up from Orlando W. )(. STECKEK: API'OINTEIl: : : Groceries or fruits of any and all kinds, any time you :

:Messrs. E. R. and T. J. Poppell re- C. Hoover. Tuesday/ to visit his parents :Mr.' CHAIRMAN' OF FUEL: liOMtlJ : want them, day or night. This store is under the same :
turned Friday afternoon from Daytona and. I Mrs. J. W. White. :Mr. White :
where they attended the State Mrs. David Oliver of Ft. Lauder- will leave today for Atlanta, where : management as Mike's Restaurant and when you want

Teachers Convention. Mr. T. J. Pop- dale, rent the holiday> with her parents he will enter the third officers' train- GAINESVILLE: Dec. 26.-Hon. Ar- : fresh groceries or mOlt carefully picked fruit in town, i

pell will visit relatives here before Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sessent. ing camp at Camp Gordon. thur T. Williams, of Jacksonville; .' : phone 25 and your order will be delivered promptly to
his return to Titusville, where he is state fuel lminlstrati, has appointed T ma
principal of the school. Postmaster B. M. Lrverett of R. E. Dell publicity manager of the W. R. Stockcrt of Gainesville, as your door.Mike's.
Worthington, spent Tuesday in Starke local Red Cross! states that the local I chairman of the local fuel administration I i
attending to business matters. organization now has 135 members board which will cover Alachua,
Edward Carlton, of Chicago spent and that more are Joining every day. Ivy and Bradford counties. Mr. sm
the holidays in Saxton with Messrs. W. E. Bush has moved to LaCrosse Some excellent work has been done Steckert entered upon his duties last Fruit Store
O. T. Nelson, A. !Swanbom=! and August of from Starke where he will engage In here during the past few days and a week. lIe has been gratified to learn i

Selen. Mr. Carlton Is the owner farming another year. great drive has been made for new that the citizens of his. district are +

property west of Saxton examine and his he took members, which has showed up very already quite generally complyingwith : STARKE, FLORIDA. I
thia opportunity to pur- Cold witha gratifying results. Lake Butler the instructions of tho government + '
' / chase. lie will visit the East Coast Break your or LaGrippe' tff Times. in this important matter. ..N........N..N......NN.N.N.N...N.NN....N
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III Bradford County Farms and Farmers 11

*- planted seventeen inches in hill, four :1 with the ascent of moisture from beneath THE FARMERS AT COST

,J & COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS hundred pounds of sixteen percent + DEEP PLOWING + i ii I after the plants are up. If the The B. A. Thomas Hog; Powder hu

1 .. .1 acid phosphate, four hundred poundsof . land has been plowed six or eight WASHINGTON, Dec. 29.Deliveries a record of 95 percent cures of Hog
A9yvDA3AAAAAAAAA04 twelve percent kulnit nml,l seventy- I II i, ++++ + + + + + + + + + ++ +.1 I Inches deep, no kind of harrow run of upwards of 100,000( tons of Chi- I Cholera. If you feed your hog as directed -

five pounds of nitrate of soda, al'plil'lll 1 By II.[ E. Lagergren. over the land will reach the trash lean nitrates purchased through then you need never fear hog cholera
St. Lucio County: The growers in has I soon as plants are thinned to a I II i I buried in the bottom of the furrows. war industries board under the food nor any other hog disease. And
various communities are organizinn/ stand as in dark land is best. Deep plowing l is coming/ more and For breaking! up old land a disc plowis control act for sale to American farm- tho directions are very simple, just
themselves into real co-operative societies I southeast and northwest I more in fashion in Bradford county, much better than a turning plow, ,
!tows running/ ers at cost probably will begin in Jan-I about what you are doing, plus a few
+ for growing und marketing/ the through yet few of those who pride themselves it will pulverize the soil well and
1| give Lest sunlight as uary. Secretary of Agriculture Houston i cents worth of B. A. Thomas' Hop
their products. ,' leaves of pliinta, and I find it advantageous ; upon their deep plowing really catch no trash. today that the boa arranged Powder in the feed twice a week.
DeSoto County: The frosts in early if tho lay of the field allows plow as deep us they should. There If you make your soil eight inches some time for the purchase but
December killed) all the tender plants. { time when the ftatwoods lands ago I Usually, though, cholera gets in bi
:> such direction. I was a deep instead of four inches, it means until recently it had not been able to '
Growers were fortunate In not having I I I "I have given' you what I find bent was poorly drained and those who I that the roots of the plants you culti- obtain transportation facilities. Ships fore we know it. Then it require
u large/ acronge of truck planted. The plowed deep then were opt to'regret have much forage close attention to each hog-: -each hog
to produce n crop in the shortest space ; vate twice as space to have been secured for the delivery nt,
most MCI IOIJM damage+ was to seed cane, of time UH fur us distance and manure'' it, for while the ground was dry and in. It also means that they will American port during January of must be dosed-and if you will done
ai farmers were preparing to enlarge goes. the roots of the plants, coaxed III.ep'into have abundant moisture and that the 18,000 tons and assurance has been them as directed, you will save better

/ tho acreage; of this crop for next year. "Now: tho other great essential is I'' the mellow soil, rotted when the water from the rains, instead of washing ( given that tonnage to bring in the remainder -I than 90 percent. If you don't the B.
Lake County: Citrus fruit is moving thorough und clean culture as Moon ground became. saturated with water the fertility of the land away, will will soon be available. '/, A. Thomas medicine costs you noth-

/ freely und some packing houses it n the plant I.s up BO that plants get for weeks ut a time, during the rainy add to its richnoss. Also, incidentally, While the price has: not been definitely ing. We-not some distant manufacturer ( -
urn running ut full Hpeecl. The labor full benefit of manure and, moisture in I, season, and the man who plowed deep that you can resume cultivation soon set the secretary said it prob-' -pay your money back. Sold
in t those houses wait solved made less from his soil than his by I n. C. Jones, Starke Fla. tfebl
problem the soil. If cotton is allowed to get neighbor after a heavy rainfall thus preventing ably will be approximately. $75; on ,
by the Lulior. ISureau anti the county grassy und then worked out late it I who merely scratched the surface. the grass from getting the best board cars at the seaboard. .

agent. will make n lute (growth. An early i But conditions have changed greatly, of you. .
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h Leo County: The December cold of aced is essential to pro.lur-I for farm ditches, roads and the destruction An an additional argument for expects to use' much
variety /
1 Water stored in the soil thorough fertilizer should be getting it onto his
wave /got to this county, but crops tion_of early cotton but one can largely of the timber now allow water breaking up the land in the fall, it Is by
e south of Fort :Myers wore not hurt. injure the benefit of ouch seed if from the heavy rainfalls to speed worth mentioning that the freezes we : plowing means money in the farm right now. The goods are scarce
Much damage was sustained north of 'ily leave the fields. pocket at harvest time and transportation is uncertain.
1 the plant i III not given a fair chance at have every winter may be made the
I the river. I the start for nature will mnke a des, There are two reasons why land means of enriching the land. Mellow --
Palm Reach County: The govern ,', poruto effort to continue itself, which should be broken up deep in the fallor soil freezes deeper than hard soil. --- --- --- ---- - ,---- --- ----- --------- -
ment market reports will he available I find is its fundamental law, otherwise winter in order to produce heavy During freezing every grain of sandin ; _

'j J, to the growers through arrangement/ nature today would be dead crops the following/ season. First, in the frozen soil splits up, thus allowing -
with two utoroH in every community "I find that lime applied at the rate order to increase the store of plant. the water in the soil to dissolve :L SEED POTATOESMAINE
r where the reports will be posted lady' food. The subsoil that has been
of one to two tons per acre in winter undisturbed out more of the potash, lime and ,
ry ', Pasco County: Two thousand acres together with liberal application of is sterile, for the plant foodis phosphoric acid contained in the sand GROWN SELECTED SEED

ers for next season. kuinit and acid phosphate, will usually not available. Stirring this soil than it could! before. As "every little
f of cotton arc being planned' by farm- correct the growth of cotton if the allows the air to enter it, causing bit is a help," this fact should also Spaukling'a No. 4 Rose, Early Red Bliss Triumph, Irish Cobblers.

Clay County: Winter preparation ( rows are wide enough apart and the chemical changes, whereby noxious be taken into consideration. We are now ready to receive orders and make contracts for November,
,a + of land for corn and early spring/ ., plants far enough tpuced: to give the substances are made harmless and -- December and January Delivery.
w r, crops is now being, made, also the I I sunlight n chance to do its work. My nourishing ingredients are put in such the of Write for prices, stating quantities and varieties wanted. Our seed I
iu Idea, of turning\ under till vegetation insistence on the use of kuinit is due u shape that they will be assimilatedby Wednesday largest shipment potatoes are the highest quality !Maine Grown selected seed. We are I I
off the i strawberries up to that time this sea- familiar with the conditions in Florida seed stock is selected.
instead and
i of burning everything to the fact ..if the large proportion of the roots. Second, by stirring the our I I
I The son went forward from Plant City, being iou should plant Maine Grown seed for best results. ,
1 ground is being+ put into practice. I common Bait which it contains. We soil deeply, it will be enabled, to hold
: desire for better machinery is becoming find that the corrective effect of salt great/ deal of water to tide the crops 225 quarts) against 10,080 quarts WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE SEED CATALOGUE.
the last which
date illustrates
7._ f'rM, more pronounced.Urndford I over during drouths. In shallow soils same year, -
(where null water covers our land occasionally -
Farmers have i how much later the crop is this E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.Corner
u County: from storms) in such that the water after rains sinks to the .
ordered carbon, of Irish seed year, due to unfavorable weather conditions -
a potato the cotton it always free from dis- hard stratum beneath the top soil, in the fall und unusual cold Newnan and Bay, Jacksonville, Fla.
co-operatively. The acreage on any eave, and although making a short then flows away, taking much of the this month. It is I Oldest Established and Largest Seed House: in the State
farm will not (bo large, but' n numberof soil away, if. the field has a steep early not expected .
stalk is literally studded with fruit.
that will vol- --- ---
farmers ordered, murh twenty- i (:shipments assume much I
as as slope and what little is left in the
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--'-- -- before the middle of but
five (bags of seed. Farmers in the top soil will soon dry ume January,
| PLOW TIIK: COTTON:; n EI.US away. from that time on with favorable
Hection to .
Worthington Springs expect The --
slave own Inplllnters/: of old i- -.:.- -r--.:;..
l plant at least u hundred ucreH! to potatoes I I __ were better farmers than their de- I I weather, the express platform and r

p. "requiring one or two cars of I'i In spite of the efforts of tho Uni- scendants. They were studious and I railroad yards will take on their old-
N, Hl'l'll. I' vpi'Hity of Florida extension divisionto could draw deductions., They broke 1 time hurry. and hustle Prices duringthe Favorite Fertilizersare
r aw I Mermtndo[ County: Tho cotton acrer have fn.'mt'ra'Iran up their oM, up the land deeply, and at the first first part of last week ranged: from

} age will be inure" than doubled next cotton fields as snon ns the crop wa plowing of the corn and cotton !generally seventy-five to eighty-five cents n
'. K.nly;: land preparation for harvested of stalks quart, but have since reacted to sixty
,, year. nanny acres old plowed another furrow in the .:.
spring crops !1M now the program., All are still Btanding. If those farmersare bottom of the first, to enable the roots cents. BEST for
avail.(,la cleared land will 'bu> planter I --.
exporting tu plant cotton in the to go deep in the search of moisture .-

*?q a next year, and many new plots are be. I Hattie fields neat spring, they havoverliiokeij I nml to enable the soil to hold n great The sixth annual meeting: o' the COTTON, CORN, SUGAR CANE,
x ing cleared.Alachua, '' one of tho important I ill-ill of water. In Middle Florida, Florida State Live Stock Asiociation
a County : I'' rrni'rn iniicli 1II1'1I8UI'I'R. in the control cif the boll here (the land: U often ,rolling, one will be held in Jacksonville Jllnt1l'I" 8 and SWEET POTATOES
t+' most IIf their sugar cnni into syrup, weevil may see former fields on steep hillsides to 11. The rapid development of 'the
iy h hist month. While the production", for The weevils winter in the adult covered with grass and without live stock industry in the South and ,w You want the Best of course. There are Speical .:;

the county is not large: the qualitj Binge. If there is a large amount of any gullies.\ Such fields were first the importance of Jacksonville ns the Formulas to meet needs. Write for full in-
{ of the Byrup is excellent. Sweet ]pot >- trash in the cotton fields many of terraced by digging ditches on a level lending/: market of the South makes your

r, tutoes made a very poor yield on account them will find hibernating quarter around the swell of the fields, throwing this meeting one of more than ordi- formation about fertilizer for any crop.
v of late planting mid adverse right\ in the field. They nifty crawl In- / the earth from the ditches on the nary interest.
t weather conditions! I to clacks In the ground: under grass, lower side. These terraces were at INDEPENDENTFERTILIZER
Calhoun County: One farmer has weeds) and other trash, and into the interval: of 75 to 200 feet, depending .

e' a herd of fifty /Duroc-Jersey brood !burrs from which the cotton has been on the steepness of the ground, and Watch that stored corn to see that COMPANY:.
?1 I BOWS and about two hundred pigs! picked. they caught and carried away the surface tho weevil does not destroy it. Be

They belong to a farmer who recently !i !Many of the weevils in such hiding water during heavy rains. The especially watchful of your seed corn, IIJ JACKSONVILLE FLA.
+ e moved in from farther north. Thus places may be exposed to the cold if ground between them was plowed for good 1 seed may be hard to get for .

( t far he has lost but one piff. the old fields, arc plowed now, or may deep, and the soil held the water that spring/: planting. I --=- _::: w. .:.,
Hay county: Farmers are making bo buried' BO deeply that they sunk into it
cannoicmeige. and there was no wash.
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every effort to have good crops in Plowing/ will have an additional Then we see similar slopes all\ scar ____ --- -------- u - -
aN ; 1918. In the western part of the advantage if done soon, the soil red with guillieH. They are fields cultivated -

county they are clearing, stumping; will be put into better condition to "after surrender," and plowed
und! breaking land, and keeping their collect and retain moisture that falls so shallow that the soil followed( the

.., livestock in good shape. {I during the winter and bo. ready to water during heavy rains and soon
St. Lode County: Th damage to sprout the seeds planted in the early only gullies remained. This shows I II

citrus trees by frost in curly Decent 'spring. that soil deeply worked will hold an I .

e .- .......,. her' was greater than that of February I Another advantage, in winter plowing enormous quantity of water.
.. last year. The fruit sustained little I that should not be overlooked, i 101 Many farmers make the argument I

damage./ 'that the deal vegetation will be covered against deep plowing that it will "ruin ,
i Holmes County: Seven hundred and will have time to rot before the soil." Yet every farmer has-seen FNlOUr

hogs were recently sold at Oraceville spring planting time. Florida soils hogs, turned into a sweet potato patch
., for $19,<:10(). :Merchants generally: are pi-nernlly arc lucking/: in humus, an after harvest, "digging themselves in" I

now paying $20: a ton for velvet beuns element which is neeessmy if plants till only their hind quarters were visible -

Suwannuc County: A number of are to make the most rapid and economical rooting holes two feet deep, yet ;
i es boys have promised to enter club growth, wind plowing under they never complain that soil was hurt I F.ERTILEZERS

'tr work and many more ore interested ( the trash in time for it to rot is one from that cause. Again, no one has
# An effort Is being made to have this. I
wny to add humus. ever said that soil was Injured because -
dw this county well. represented in the work the stumps had been dug fromit I Today a Bale of Cotton Will Buy

year.Gadsilcn I COTTON: GINNED TO DEC; 1 although to get them out wide holes
) ( a = County: Farmers are two feet deep or more had to be dug. More\ Fertilizer Than It Would in 1915\ syrup co-operutively For sweet potato beds the soil is
3' I Director i Sam L. Rogers of the Bureau gen-
and receiving -
are sixty cents a gallon
erally plowed five inches deep and, in
for it, which is considered a reasonable of the Census, Department of I working up tho beds three more inchesare
Commerce, the
announces preliminaryreport
4 t price.Walton of cotton ginned by countiesin dtfg from the middle, thus working Cotton corn, potatoes and other crops are bringing high
County: Much interest. in the soil to the deptch of eight
the agricultural work of the county is I Florida, for the crops of 1917 nnd inches. Considering the above citations prices.: Today the price of a bale of cotton, a bushel of corn,

.r a.i being taken by farmers. and businea 1911. (Quantities arc in running bales why should it hurt to plow the or a sack of potatoes will buy more fertilizer than it wouldin
counting round a* half bales. Lintersare
men alike. Many new settlers are not included.) land seven or eight inches deep? normal times. Fertilizer prices have increased, but in
+' coming/ locating, and bringing some The man who advocates shallow'
,l splendid stock with them. County .. ion! 19115Alachua plowing because it is easier on hU proportion, crop prices have shown greater advances.
.10.9K! 7.652
Taylor County: An effort Is being Uaker 1,390!'!! 1.145 draft animal, is on n par with him "
J made to increase the planted acreage who says stumps are convenient in Never before could Your dealer
Hradford .. ... ... 5fil8 3S>91 you can supply I
in this county, and to tfio the field to slam the plow against: to
prepare Columbia .__ ___ 4,090 3,0fi2/ make near as much money Armour fertilizers. Special ,. I
't land 1 early. Many farmers are breuk Hamilton clear it from trash. If your pony is
leg land early this year /IS a result If Jackson -_ __ 2,321 2,715: 3.7fir 4.261: too weak to pull a plow to the proper through using good fertiliand general fertilizers for
lust year's demonstrations. depth get: a stronger one. Use
Jefferson---------- 1,773: jo-i: zers. an ample supply cotton and other crops-fer-

-----. Lafayette .. _ 1,025: 7fl.r All the the difference between the topsoil during 1918. Make every tilizers that year after year
and subsoil here is
that the
st'CFST10NS: o\ GROWING; \ Leon -.. _ 2,522: 2,7117 I
former has acre yiel-J the best have'produced
SKA ISLAND corroN: Levy------------- 435 97 exposed to the air crop profitable

Madison _ ... ..2,152 7"S 195!!; and contains some humus. That this ,; it can produce. Use complete crops. There is an Armour
i Suwunnee' fi,021: 5.9 5.1: is true we can see in fields that have f ertil izers: -high grade goods fertilizer
For the benefit of Sen Island Cotton - been' under cultivation for fifty sixty especially suited to
or -
7 planters in their struggle againstthe All other . 2,530: 1,975 years. When the land was. new of proved cropmakingqualyour crops and o your soil.

boll weevil, we give herewith some -, the clay was four feet beneath the surface ity. The best are the safest See dealer ;
Total and
views of Mr. Sosnowski, of :Martina ._4M2l: ::! > 16,989 your today
; now it is only one or two feet, .
Point, S. C., who has spent a lifetimein --- showing that two or three feet of the and cheapest in the end order your spring supply. !

the breeding of cotton on the Carolina I I soil has worn anti ,
A sample of freak corn was brohtto ;; away, what was .
I costal islands, and is a recognize this office this! past week by II. R. once subsoil is now surface soil. That ; l.eartotdercriptly.ofArmourlnrtlltuncanbahadar i
authority on this subject: )Dixon l is the reason land here ,-,, your deulor-i or will b mailed from ..
Vr I i:< which was ,grown: on his farm never wears till office fr .
"I find that on black strong )lands : northeast of town. Mr.: Dixon don't out-the subsoil takes the place of .ti I
filled! with humus and rich in nitrogen know Just how he did it, but he has the surface soil. a

that cotton should be, planted! in made three ears grow where ono i i" Breaking up the fields should be I Armour Fertilizer Works Jacksonville Florida
rows five to six fret apart and sixteen usually to be found. The main ear done in the fall as early us possible, : ,. .
to twenty inches in the hill\ that to give the
; Is well dl''I.I"llpdlnd two smaller cars''' vegetation turned under : : :
the only ammonia to be used should l that are nestled close beside are well I 1 plenty of time to decay before the I '"!7'"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIanrD"II"II' ""l1mIIHlhlllllllan:ii r...
w be about fifty pounds of nitrate of developed and contain many extra spring planting. A big two-horse ,i!
soda applied us noon as plants are plow is the most ' ys + ,op, r + ARMOUR -
grains of effective the
corn. Mr. Dixon! says that ]I ns L k, k \I\ I
thinned to one in hill, and put close. I he found a number of ears of just such wide, heavy furrow slices will bury P ftmtmiirtiinmiiiiMuriutn+ j
{ Enlct tit 511
to each hill but not against cotton. Corn as this in his field!, which added\.i stalks and big weeds.. When buying Incttai tm YUM ji [
L: y' This gives the plant a vigorous start to the crop yield very materially.I' such a plow! choose one that has the { rf1 J Hsstea IIIIUrl& C(1TTHM
and does not aid in late growth of H f fI 6AOWER
a suwnnnco Democrat upper corner of the moldboard rather Nil ,
ImprOM QnaUtf
weed. The crop on such black land ----- I sharply curved, as sash a moldhoard+l I, f, r f j Mum wuittiiiiimiiiitumiiiui I II, '" tanulEASI ,
should have four hundred pounds oft will cause the breaking up of the 'R1fERTIlIIEOiS r- a I '
+ nLL"
k sixteen percent acid, phosphate, and JOHN WHITE & CO. dices, tearing apart the grass roots ;waf. ,}.. pp .?
I ViiiiaiuM.umutggjiiumiiinu:::::
four hundred pounds of twelve percent LOUISVILLE' dj\ i iLlb.1 mil pulverizing! the soil, whereas a __ ____,_. __ ::
kainit if it can be, procured. If anorimtntind ; rather straight moldboard will simply -===::....::.::.-.:::=- - ------ ---- -- --- ---- =--=

potash cannot .l>e hud the four hundred full valuo paid turn: the slices over. If a disc harrow ,
pounds of acid phosphate: should is at hand it should he
be used. Kainit and acid phosphateto ::::: FURS , the ground before it is plowed go usa i t

be applied before planting."On tld.. andJoat cut up the trash and mix it with
medium black lands I find four Oklns j jF the sod, thereby preventing undecny-
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7 7sW6r8 was atioaM. Tie w quartered rhitheC'' :Mae McKinney, teaching _____ 40.00 c- .- ")) acres more or I If ..')less right of way

GIDII forward than 1 was, with the rest ofj L. II. !Kutih ti'uchmg _______ 35.0ll1 COFFINS CASKETS of the G. S. & F. railway and less

\V ID K company. If luck stayed with me a i (L', B. Hu>.os, teaching _____on 3500) And a full line of south half lying oust of O. S. &; F. Ry., 7

few hours more my goal would ba Kate Douglass, teaching n__. 10.00) '! of northwest quarter of northeast

gained. I would go to Franc. with my'' :Mum I'niholster touching __ 4r>,00 ': Undertakers' Supplies quarter} of seition :J!, township 8, south

A Jiyf8OIJDIEL husband. Five minutes later wa wore :Marcia Tumor teaching _____ :35.00 Automobile IToiirso. of range 22 ('ast. in Hrudford l coun-

on our way. I was too tar now for M. :M. Irillis, teaching ____on 4o.OO; ) :' Always on hand. The Vest service I y Florida. And I will offer the sumo R
them to put me o If. and I was very 1 Utlna Fuircloth teaching _n__ 40.00! : fur saK on ;Monday th.Sth day of
at the lowest )
bappy. !Sun I longed for soma lingerie Nellie Kubnnks: teaching _____ :i6! .00 I prices. Special February A. l>. 1918! the same& doing a I

Boy -&.nd a bath. I I' A. H. Shaw touching _____u_ 70!.00 I j attention to telegraph orders. gill sales: day, between eleven o'clock .:

; After leaving port whether wa steamJ I Gertrude Thomas, !tenching ._ 40.00Paisio -- III tho n. in. and! two o'clock in tho

directly for Franca or what wa did Lewis teaching -..____ 4000 II Registered Embalmer p. ni, tho same being tho legal hours

%M HOW I WENT "OVER ':'II am not permitted to say. Besides, Nita Dukes touching u______ 35,00 I DeWITT of sale, in front of the court house :
WITH whet I could tell wouldn't amount to C.
Mildred Crosby touching: ------35.00: door in Starke, Bradford l (county Flordii -

S PERSHING'S 'much, because I will admit the ocean I Lillie CiOkby> teaihing un_ 00.00! [ Starke Fla. and l sell the sumo to tho highest rand

DIVISION I looked the same to me aU over and Ij' Vera Surrencj, teaching uu_ 40.00S. --- best bidder for cash.

don't lea bow tba captain kept from II. Ki'llvy, teaching __n___ 60.00! W. J. EPPERSON,

By HAZEL CARTER ,getting lost. J. A. Jones teaching, --__-__..".. 30.00 Shoriir Hrudford county, Flu.X. .
Tbat night we settled for the see I. J. Keller teiiihing _______ :U5.00! + + + + + + + + + + + .+ + + + + + Z. ADKINS '
,. I and over me was a rookie and under'! C. K Kelley, touching uu___ 25.00) + rOlJTICAI. ASSIIUS( .: ":STII. ..5.EIt Attorney. l-l-5t
v... Basal Carter of Do (liu.. Arlx I. a yaunc woman. me an oM timer. It was quite a sandwlcb I! !Mrs. Ilynum Perkins teaching :35,OO + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 41
twenty-two whoso young buat>..nd. Corporal John J. cxter
', of th. United Btat.. army wa' urdnrej to Franc wltb in. although ot course neither knewthere L. L. HIII<'I"l>urll, teaching _u_ ill l ).(10DoiriH H.I'IU.IESTAT"'E-GRnl'p, 1. Notice of application for tax deed tinier -
.- I>.blnll u"adIUon.Determln.d was a girl In the bunk between : I law, touching! _____ 40.00 I ant n candidate fut ni ittlii.nltii' In the ,
them. Perhaps tbey would have been n I l.i,. of Ki'ptvfM'ntatUvt* and liin. ..liy autumn Sec. 8, ('hap tor .$INKS. Laws of 1 In.Notice .
to Lois __.____
accompany Mm. aha obtained a aoldlar-a unIform 'l"'rrtenching 4000 nty caniliilncy In lirnup 1m'h.> rmmntf |irtntHry *.
+ and fell In aa a private on hi* departur.. Uhe was' flve more careful of their language at first Mnttlr Sti nlij. teuilung __ 40.00! I fill) hut I know tin ntiiU t i.f .'..r i in hereby given Hint W. C.
dan at lea on the transport b fure diaeoverea through aCbang. if they bad. I uu ominly, and ntt.. j ill n U*.tilnli\t') WIlY Rn.) IIB. r'obtor. purchaser of tax certificateNo.
I Luca JolitiKun teaching _____ 10.00)
.. After the arrival. of the famoua Ulvlaloa In France In ulxin eli),') clerk iif lu) > UOIIHU for the an.. the Cth of
undress altogether J02
The did not : : iluted! day July,
ah. was returned home analnat her wlattea. men ( C. hobbs, teiiihing ______u 70.00) ) aitm) of 1917 I I mil tAm)liar with I ihii iirorind'Inua
at night but pulled off their shoes and I Eva: UilliuTim ) uf auiil) body. I Hnliott tile, mipporl uT niiInrrst ) .\. D', lllir.! has tiled snid certificate
__ 40.00
It U a story of "'man.. draroatlo In IU qualltlve full of the aoldlar color and teaihing nn
If It bad been to vt..m on.l.) ,if vli'OUd .prominvfailhful 11\ ) has made
till U of real new value a'nc. Mre. Carter I. the tlri. to relate the detail of Uuttvoyaa loosened< their shirts. Ada Niniino teiuhmg ._ _____ 40.00 und vlTlelunt, ....1..... It. A. '.lU'N.: my ollioo. ami upplication.
and aafe arrival Brat b&fl1OUS that mad hlntoiy. otherwise I would have been gone sura. for tax deed to Issue in accordancewith
I L A. DUMB touching ...__.__ 60.00) --- --- - -
COPYRIGHT. 1''11. BY THE BELL SYNDICATE We never knew wben we would b.\| ) luw Said certificate embraced
Eva: KppcrMon Iciulung _____. :,15.00 For n"IIf'H'ntnti"--roul'| ( ; Two.
._ ,-_..-..-",,-- called for submarine drill and about ) the following described property situated
----- A. O. Jenkins teaching _____. CO.OO I hereby announce myself u candidate -
half the time on the way over we bad in Bradford county Flu., to-wit:
;M D. __ .000)
CHAPTEE IL most of ttle ui E5if bowi la &exrco, dU to get up at bait past 8 In the morning I Paul teaching uu in Group Two for re-nomination NEl-t: of NEl-i: nnd NW1-I of NE1-4
Josie Keller touching __ ____ 25.00)
tho olllco of in the
not look sad, but 1 will aaj there were what for I am not allowed to telL n Kepresentativo sec 16. t ti. 7, S. R. 22 K., 80 acres! Tho
Amongthe Army "Dough. One Smith teuihing ___ ___ 15.00
Eight u Legislature i from Urudford 1 county
darned few of tbem grinning as w. felt I snul land being assessed at the date
I Tie Timid Rookie Edith HiOlhng teaihing ____ __ :35.00)
subject to the action of the Democratic
boy. tbe chip slip out of that dock. The of the issuance of such certificate in
Frank Chancey, touching! ___n :3500) primary election to be hold, in June
younga'cratha boys who hail Just' bad cleared tba harbor 15.
I Wa hardly i the numo of I n. p 't's.
not seem far to most folk IMuards :35.00
Harry teaching
TT may ,
1)18. I solicit the
come lu the regiment on the bordar wben tbe rookie quartered above ma u respectfully' support Unless suid l certificate shall ba re-
.I I from a bare moored alongside a S. A. Draper' teaching __n_ I 115.00 of all voters ut said Democratic I
and bad never been cast before-show. began to fret about submarines. loomed to law' tax deed
ncecording ,
transport over the aide and aboard, S. J. PaJgott teaching: __. 75.01)
ed It. They dldn know whether they "Wbat'a the matter?" 1 hollered op. primary and promise faithful discharge will Issue thereon on tho 14th day of
it look.d Ilka a long toufli Journey Kubie 70.)))
but Howard
of if I honored
would ever be back again and they "Are you afraid of U bIIatal".Well. I' --- -- my duty um January, A. 1) 1 IJ) !I. Witness my official -
Muello ____ __ tiO.OO) )
to me. Smith teaching( with re-election.
were thinking about It and about tbs I ain't exactly cheerful about signature. und seal! this the 1 flIt
Three and nlgbte I rolled and Ktlnu __ 50.00) )) )
days Epperson' teaching 12-28-tf A. S. CKF.WS.
little red house wltb tha whlta faaca them" ba replied. I duy of December, A. I). 1917.
weated and worked on tbat barge un. Kate Martin touching ____ 60.00
back home the and relieve u
and girl wondering The conversation seemed to W. T. WEEKS;
till thought 1 would droP. i but .11' the why they joined the army and wUhlnt the strain for ba talked along continuously I hue Whitwortli, teaching ---- fiO.OO) + + + + + + + + + + . + + + + (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. I
time I was figuring and watin'; WJf"-> Katharine Stanton teaching .. 50.00
they were la Arizona. But I 40n'twllnt for company I guess, until the I + + fly K. A. WEEKS:
watching for the chance to get aboard Bessie Terry teaching ._____ 45.00) )
to pull any sob atuff. I i I old timer down below ma broke loose + LEGAL NOTICES 4 12l5t. Peputy Clerk. .
the big dun colored ship on which my 'This Ia a flue way to send Da off" with soma conversation tbat would I,8. S. Howling, teaching ____u 125.00) + +
and anoth.r of the I). _ _____ 70.00)))
piece II. )
husband Law teaching
complained one boy wbo was not mora :have ta ba printed on asbestos paper + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .
Penning expedition: were to go to than nlnrtccu a very pronounced rookie and concluded: Delle SUromnn touching ______ 70.00) Hill for 1'orpcloMure.

France. This watchful waiting wore "Tli r. arc DO Oagi no bands, no I "Say, Al?. if you're goln'' lo get killed K C.Vurri'n.. teaching ____ 75.00) Notice of Guardian; Sato. In circuit court, 8th judicial circuit

on my tired nerve and w nry body. cheers no beer notbln'. It.. a great I I I wlab you would go outside and da It Mrs. A. E Wall, teaching ___ lifl,00I )) Thirty days after date on to-wit of Klornlii Uruilford) < County.

From the time we left tile train I way to fight a war" and let some of us guys around here .ois Peek teaihing _______ CO.OO) ) I tho 29th day of January, A. D., 1918! The American Trust Company n
husband. and I beganto Mrs. i l' ___ 0000) ) I will to tho 1Ionol'llhlo0' : A.
hadn't aeen my "Walt till you iel'er tber kid. 1 what needs It get a Uttla good out of : K. Stuck teaching apply corporation, administrator of the es-
think on. look at him would be a and! you'll wish you were back here" this hay." I Mrs J. C. 1'<>1'1'1,11.' touching._. fiO.OO)) ) Gardiner: County Judge of Hradfonl title of G;. 1"". Murkilho, d t.'eIiRt'd.vs ,

treat tonic for sore eyes. Continually remarked Private Smltbers a grand ,I 1 The outbreak resulted to a lot more Olive I i I Ito)', teiuhmg I _____n_ 00.00)) )) ) county, Honda, for .n orI.\' to !'I'IInt .

I strained lu vain for a tingle glimpse. lighting/ / man. but always a private. although grumbles from other parts of the bunk: I). (I., teaching ..._ .. :3fi.00) private Rale tho one fifty sixth undivided W, S. Parker Delia, Parker, his wife

On the barge I bad no trouble conceal. an old timer In the army. lila room and< the poor boy bad to tons John J. Pinholster teaihing_ !90) .OO interest ouch of I'm nor. T Cit rll..1. Johnson and 1 II. M. Fleming

log tbe tact I was a woman because name Is not Rmltbers either I If I told about silently and listen to tbe rent Doha I lioilling teaihing j __ _u 1500! )))) Hri'oden und Minnie S. Hre-dcn Hi',nor us executor of I Harriot I K; Kuirhoiui,

everybody was too busy loading supplies bis real name It might get him la baiL snore. There were some auorers la : Willie Wnll.uo, toiiihing! ,1000J )) () ) heirs of I Kh/.u .1. Ilrecdcn, ili'coasnl in deceased, Joseph Collln, MaUby Com-

to pay attention' to me, and I "But bold your bend np. son. The that outfit. J Nannii* .\nil rowe, tenth I ug ._ .1\1000) ) ) nml to the following doHcriliod I mils: puny' u corporation, pt at.

found a place to sleep off by myself worst you can get Is to be killed and It wasnt long afterward tbat this Mrs J. A. .1. PinhnlHtvr tiling 40.00) ) to-wit : North half of northeast iiu.r-| Hill For Foreclosure.
which comfort. At least I sneak Euilt-e (' __ _ :3.100rioxttic tor anil north half of Houthwoot
was a you won' know about that," b. con rookie above me got seasick-about a I''Wi4, loathing quiii- Notice to Appear.Tho .
ed my uniform off-for a sbort time. cluded. seusli as an} umly ran become, S ", UeyiuiliN) tombing 1 -_ :35.00! ) ) for of northeast. ijimrtor and north-
: State of Florida to Gurflclil;
Finally there was even more activity BmlUtera remind reckon. Then be was afraid we LI//IO.; ;\lal'-hnll. ti-.uhmg; .. __ :!IUIIIi ) ) c-ust quurtor of northwest. iiiaiti'r] ,
than on the previous day., and tugs 1 Tha caaa of Private wouldn't meet a submarine, or that the I i MauJ I Ilunti I teiiching: _. ._ :(5.00) section 21, township 0; south of rouge Johnson. II. M. Fleming us executor of

began to bustle and cluster and fuss me of an army story. drinking torpedo might; miss us. I St.i r Ue I (an.ISMI re ('0., inciilltt.. 700)))) IS! !'ust. situate and, doing in Hrmlfonl. Harriet I E; Fiiirheud" deceased. Joseph

busily about us. so I knew if I ever !'1 "You object frleud to of your the colonel men of a regiment "I 'JI.\'t care what It Is," ba complalued. I J. T. QuiRky 101 asked a Greetings:
were going to make a break U would the border, ona da;. 'Wh$. '. "110 long a* It stops this ship. I Ituulford ('u. Telegraph J>tg. I t.SOII crnM more or less. It been shown
on having
bare to be then. It gave me a good beau a Even a rock might do." I (, E. Lugorgrrn surveying(___ 13.UO: ) This the 28th day of December 1917. by
Bill ,Jotiaa baa always that the defendant
Idea of bow a aoldlar feels before be Privata and bala I I felt sorry for the boy and would ItruiLfont Co. TiniOH ptg- _____ :2.00Eutolle II. S. HUEEDEN, Garfield Johnson.II. ,
goes "over the teP" far the flrst time. drinker wben on"1M".. you say 1: have liked ti> mother him but dldu't I i : Lamer, touching .... :'J5;; (00) Guardian of Friisier T. ]Irl'l'II'n.IInll M. Fleming us executor of Hur-

I a Ona aoldlar. been a prf.rate. dare. lie bad only been, in the army J. M Groover teaching ...' 411 00 Minnie K. Hroedon) minor net K. Fairhead deceased Joseph
Aboard at last I and "e'a always and !
"Y. Coffin
about three "...11.. Ha was homesick Gertrude Anderson l toiuhing.. a.l > (Ii il) hoira of Eliza: J. llroeden clccunHed. Mulsby Company, a corporation

They wsra fttttug ready ta cut o9 ,: ." answered the coloneLTWa exactly.I I and seasick and everything else -a sad Lillie Simmons, touching _ 25.00) 12-2H-51) arc non-remdonts of tho
flttad Bmltbara'!! caaa state of Florida and that tit resilience .
the offlcers (!
the barge and moat ef 1 soldier and a CIne fighter looking Hnmmy. I If, C. Hcaf, teaching _ __ __ __ SS.OO)) I
H. wa* a good of Raid defendants. is un follows
the traneportastern :
were lining the rails of I Mot of the soldiers were seasick R S. Powell labor _ __ ___ __ 30.50( )
Once I but cut from tba pattern of a private ;Notice of Application Tor Tax Doei (;nr'j1ol' Juhnllun 'of the city of Atlan-
made fronttbos
wben I mytry. lot of kidding
and there was a
Amie ___ lri.OO))
bad my; feet on that deck I decided togo and always Intended for one. who, were not. However a few Muckery teiuhmg Notice is hereby given that L. 1 II! tn, Gonrgin: general delivery; II. !M. I
Bradford int_ _ I'll.l: 1 1 I IM.iy
1 staring at : County Hunk
possible Pretty aoon I noticed Hill, purchaser of tax certificate No. Flimmg us executor of Harriet K.:
and keel
below stay a. quiet as boastful at flrst ouly to over
got _ _ . 50.01))
._ )
ao 1 lost no time in ducking Into the me close I and I moved awa;. although filially, mul they aught It the hardest. Hall touching 2.W.: !> luled the f.lh. tiny of Septomltor FII I il'lH'III. doceused, I of Sun Diogo) California
: ))
flrst companionway I saw. Unfortunately I knew ,Jim Smltbers wouldn'ttip It naa about tbU tIme Private Smith- lloin" Md'w..n.: teaching __ 1501 A. D. 1 11)15) has filed. said coitillinto 1 iimy general diJivcryj' : Joseph Coffin .
off. However I didn't want O. A. Thomas incidentals, _ R.OII f> oflioe und hns in.ulo for resnloneo. unknown other
for second lieutenant happened me for I badn ) application' than huis
a CUIloJ me.
me. >
to be ducking out at tbe same him to get on If I could help It. era talked. played. to my biiHliaiul, jet when I saw' I Itmlfoiil: Count} I Hunk lonn _200000S ) ) )) ) tux deed to isHiiu I in nccord.ince with u resident, of t thu United Stutos ofAmerica
reeled seemed risky to go on deck yet so |"'' 'iiil I 'Inv I Dislriit) 1 liw Said itlu'ati' ernhruiOH the following I
time. and wa bumped hard. Ue It Bmltliots' the piofusuloiial private uppi.iui'liiiig ; con Malsby Compuny u corpora'
back and said: I sauntered toward ro; old slatnplnu( / uio. It was the first day .1. I. Ogikn touching __ :J.'i,.00M duscrihotl! propnty" ni tie)ed. in tion, routed under. tho laws of thnstiite

'What the devil are .you doing?' ground which had been so friendly to out I started' to tluck but without I.'vi- I.i-wi", li'iicliing) ) _ _ 1 1.1.01)))) I Hrmlford I I ,'iii itty, l''lu., to-wit.: I Lot. 29iii of (;...orgiLl with its puncipittplace

I bad come to attention at once and mo en rout from Douilas-the IWp'akltcbeD. attracting attention be stopped> lue. Mrs. \.I. S. ITayoH touching _ 1 11)1(1) ( I Woudluwn. Sec 18, TI'. fi, S. U. 21E : of business' I in the city I of it tutuii -

alutciL 1-:1:) IlL Chiton- touihini' _ _ 1 !i.on)))) :., 10 ,,,'r"K. 1111'1 Haul I,i land lii'i rig ( (ill., ami that cull(. defendants; urn
I Husband C. L.: Souir:;; tint lOng; ; _ I 15)00Sulocl.i ))) IIH-\\
"I was going below sir" I mumbled What I really wanted to do was page Sees Her Again. eHKI'.1| ut the ditto of the is. main,'e over the ago of twenty-one years! und

In my deepest voice. m; busbonJ< for I hadn't caught a "Say" bit said. "I'm on, but I'm not ;Moriur.' teacliing . 500) )) such certificate in t th} mime of Mary there i.4 II') person ill Iho state of

"Wbo are you?" glimpse of him on the transport-In going to tip you off. Don't worry. I L. II. "Kutih touching . _ 10.00) A. 11,,11 i... riorul.i I hut) service of subpoena upon '
him since the troop IMiri: li.ixtc'r, I leaihing i __ _ :'tii.OO Unless ccrtificnto shall he whom would ) tin
known suid lilrd
"Carter. sir K company. fact bad not aeen Just saw your old man, and be tedeemed ( said above) tiunx-
,J Carter be more careful stout turning left the trains. No sign of him. 1 you're aboard now. A few of an oM :M M nnis, tombing: n_ __ 51)0)))) I according i ) to law tax deoil) will i d I .defendants.

corner and going In and out of wondered a Uttla how be would take fellows In the: regiment are in the Lilhc- Crosby teiuhing ____ I 10.1)0) )) issue thereon on the 21st> day of January I It is therefore ordered 'onslI.'rnc1,

doom after this" b. said touchily and It when h* found me *tlll along. know anti ww'll cover you up. But Harry 1 Edwards. leaching __ __ 15.00) A. I). 1018.Witness nnd ndjudgo| that the said,1 d"fonditnts I .

moved oIL "Thar she blows!" hollered a voice. look out fur these kids. I'll swap I n. O. ;Mcltae, teuchmg _____ 1500) my official signature. und I Gurflolil; Johnson, II. M Fleming" ,

"Tea, air" I answered and saluted. We could feel the ship moving under bunks with you tonight; and you can lossio", Roynolils, teaihing __ .10) .00) soul this! tho 14th tlay of Dooemhei, uu executor of Harriet K.: Finrliond.

Wben b. bad gone I was trembling her own power and b; the glimpses sneak up to mine. after lights are out. Ktaike hardware e.! .., incid._ :3.45R. A. I D. 1)17.! dicuised, Joseph Cofli.i, Malsby. ComI'tiriy -

all over and I proceeded more carefully I caught through the porthole I saw Your old man Is bunking right aboveme. A. .Jones, wood ......_____ 5.01)) W. T. WEEKS ,' H corporation!
you may be sura. It was the we had straIghtened out In the .tream. ." .J. T. (Juigley ineid ______n_ 200! ) (Soul ) Clerk IIIWM of the state of Ceorgui: with it*

flrst tim. I bad ever been aboard a bill Then a panic seized: me. What If m; 80 far I bad kept out of my bus. J. T. Quigley incnl _______ 2.1)r.') Hy R. A. WEEKS. prinupul\ pIa,'" of !humncsH i 1'1 the city\ p

.hip-tb. flrst time I bad ever seen salt husband was not aboard that chip? band's way bwauae I was afraid ba J. %V. :Morgan ineul _n__ __ r..r.1I)) 12-21-51. Deputy Clerk.Notice ol Atlanta, 0"! ., do uppeur to the eompliiinunt's -

water In fact > 1 didn't know my Suppose ba bad been transferred to might order me to report myself Since J. W. Morgan free hooks __ .11' ;5; ---- I bill ..f complaint' herein on

way around very well. However when some other regiment at the last minBte I knew Iii.* duties pretty well anil J. W. :Morgan mciii.---------- :3.10: ) or before the 7th clay'' of January, A.

I got downstair. I found tbat one of They do such things In the army where be would, have to b. at certain F. :M. Noiinnn, incid ____ ___ _. 11.19, of application lor lax deed under I U. I I'UK! in default J whereof u del'row I

th. transports decks had been made without Biking the permission. of times I could eavlly do this. Of courseat .1. 'V. Moigun, inclil ___ u _ I l.DO())) Sec. 14. Chapter ISH8.!! LUMS of I l.i. I pio. eonfosso will be entered at'I'nst,

Into a big bunk room wltb the partitions wives which make the husbands borne I gave the orders. but the discipline J. C. Poppell' inrid u_ _ _- 7.11 Notice is hereby ,given, that T. A. Iho Hind Cn: r.o.I.1.! Johnson, I II. :?\ul. Doming

knocked out and bunks In tiers harder to follow. I bad no way of In tliv army Is different and I :Millie Ward janitor __ __ _ :'U.fto Dukes) of Dukes, I'lu, pimhuxcr of us pxortitnr' of I ILirriot I I'!. F.iirh .

of three eacb all around tbe sides. knowing whether be waa aboard. renll/ocl l his,, soldier training might. I It I'. ininey: repairs .. -. 201)0)) ) )) port tux certifkiite No. 7R. dutod. the ,'nd, d"coiiMed* Joseph ('..tII'l' tutu ".

Luckily I spotted a couple of the What If"Uey. furce him to do what ba didn't want A. A. Ilu/tn ('"., mclii------- fi.15! 7th day of Juno, A. I D. 18')7! hal: filed :Mitlbliy Curi r"zuy. n onrfiorutionTt .

boys from Company 1C and followed there, Joe heave to and lenda to. Ilnueir when Private Smltberu I'. I.. ColHon, incid ___ __ _ 2.10: )) hail, certificate in my office und has is further, firdowd! th'it thm notice .

tbem to the section In wblcb they were fellow a hand will you'I What do brought mi tills message. I could hardly 1 II.V.. :?Moore incid.. -_ __ __ u 6..l)))0I' ) mudo. upplication. for tux thou to IHSUI* be piiblmhod in the HndfonlCounty 'r '3'

quartered. They looked like old home you think this 13-a tango t1'87" wait fur Ilklits: tiut" H') I could sneulc :. Moore, incid. ____ __ __ _ :3.F.O\ in accordance with "luw Saul, corliflcnto I T..I"I"III.h. u 'lU'W 14),III tier pull ....., .:

week to one lonesome girl. and I got to The speaker was one of the kitchen forward to am! mill talk to him. 1 U 1'. Lewis incnl __ __ _ _ 5.KO! ) emliruces tho following do.:irihid! "linhid ul Sturkn in Hrudford. ( county

thinking or the nights:; down In Douglas crew Wheu tbe transport started It. C. II. RoLerts: ineid __ __ 111.1'1 l property situated in Hrudford county I'lorida oneo eiuh week for (ivo con-
wben they used to come over and sit perilous Journey to "aom port In I Kmitmutil next week.) II. 'V. :Moore, lnci'l--------- U.J5:; I'la. <>-wit: W '4!. of W/4' of NK': 'I.. oulivo weeks.

on our porch and spill close bannony Franca" be we. bustling crate of food I -. I II. W Carver, iricid ___ __ _ :3 I.(OH)!! of NK1: ', Sec. :20, Tp.. 0:, S. I R. I IU!) I l.1'he l.! In witni'MH) whoronf, I huvo hereunto

all over the placo. But tbey didn't Into the storehouse down below Other C. C. Sinlf toiuhing ___- _ _ 20.0(1))() suul 1 land. being iiHHossed. nt the sot my hand und) affixed the; ,

recognize me. to I threw my outfit Intoa of the men were busy with similar \KU\MM:; I'MI I I HHCIIOfH) Wude Kennedy janitor ___ I 12.10) date of the iNKunnc of such certificate of our circuit. court on this the nth day

middle bunk tbat was empty. I wait tasks getting thing* blpshape. There IO\lW IItlU\iG: ; DKCKVKKK: :: Lak.liiitUr Hunk into ___ 017.:17: in the nume of Unknown. of December) A. I D. 1917.

lucky to nnd one to spare because they seemed to ba no romance about UJ. .1. Ku-kliter, iniid __u___ .tiO Unless said certificate shall ho redeomod -

were using all tile available space on farewell. It was a case of getting J. H.: Adkinw incid ___ _____ 3.00)) ) ncecording: to law tux deed W. T. WKKKS: : Clerk. j .

tbat ablp. TIle bunks were mode out I down to brass tack After awhtie) I Th. following warrants were issued II. I.'. Ronfroe( incid _ __ __ __ 11.13: will igriuo thereon on the 1 tth day of Cooper Cooper & Osljnrne nnd A. V.

of canvas stretched very tight and stole above. There was no excltument, by the r.ourd .of. I'ublic Instruction lit W H. Hrunnen mciii--------- 15..OI))))) January, A. D. 1'J18.!) Witness my offiiial Long, solicitors, for' Complainant.Seal : .

they rode comfortably enough when I no depression now Everything was aa th,- regular mi oting in December) : Anne ;Maikery temhing .. 20.00 signature nnd R"III this the let ( ) U-7-nt./

We one got started.I usual. Just as If the boat were bound T. II l'inh..I-I'r.. board service $ TOO) (I. A. 'lhi>rnae, incid ___ ___ ._ 20.00) ) cluy of I Decomlier A. D. l )17.
getting tinder sightseeing! trip around J. l K.: Douglass) hOllr.lllervice__ 8.fio W. '1'. WfFK: : !{
could reel the ship for a little Mildred) Crosby, touching __ __ SO)00O ) ) nil.,. FOR YORFCI.OCRP.In :.
way and I was a little sad with noon Manhattan Isle. The sentimental J. C.I; <'Iae. Ixmrd. service ___ .1.111)> ;, M. Ilennott mciii--------- 7.17 (Real) Clerk Circuit Court. (',...,,,11) Court, Sth Judicial Circuit of

to tarlk to and longing to get out of Bamm recovers qulckl Beside tb. C. A. Knight clerical work___ 2500 N. T5:, Hull neuter _ _ __ __ 10.i5: ;; Hy I:. A. WEEKS.: rloriilu) llra.lffiril County.

tty clothes and stretch out ay weary men did not know bow many German E. r:. I'oppoll) incidental __u 10,BiK J, T. Quigley mclii------( 2.1 l.f; l.M4-5t. Deputy) Clork. Jaim-a II Milllran. C

body ou one or those bunki. I was so eyes might be watching their tiepar'ture :. K Poppell, Halury -_- 1J50O:! ) A. H Surrenc, inrid, 2.15 I _- P. E. Phlllina. W. .:. I'hllUpn. hi..
tired of Inhabiting that uniform I knew wanted to show tba en. Albert Duboie. teaching 4000) wife, and w. A. Muyn.
and they Ilr.tfr.: : | ,", ii| ( iiuntv Hunk loan 100.00) ) ) Shrrifr'H Sale.Notiri' .
t would giv. anything to feel a little I I, em; they meant bus loess. Only when Ethel: ;\Means touching 70.1)1)Virg'i. ) Join-. Plumbing Co plumbing 48.40' I Ni>ll.. In App.Hill .toe. Varrcloatir*.

soft lingerie nest mR and perhaps ban I they passed the statue of Liberty ..lidthey .. Rogers. touching. 4000' ('ity Light, and Wutei. Plant 49.'IOYour :! ,is hereby given that underand ) Tb SlnM of Florida' to F. K:. PhllHpl) and
on a petticoat again although they I atop whatever they were doing :Mortice! Wynn teaching 4000) hy virtue' of that certain writ of W. ii:. rhilllriM. hi. tina;:
tb. down Cast don't wear at alute. Aa one of them teaching 33; .UOStew --- - --- "",'cut,-'" i issued) O'lt of and.) under the It Imvlnif) Urn ho\vn by alfilnvlt" that the
tall me girls and stand J. I. OifiU-n il.-fcn.lnnu. F K hllllpa. ..n.1V.. K:. Phillip.
any of them Dowada.a-on3! tb. old a wiry westerner wbo went Into Mel: I Ii.wi', teiirhirif 'Ir< 00Mrs )I cal of (Cfi circuit court in and for Ma wif. ... n"n-.nt.* of th. Rt...",. of

fashioned girls. I' ico with Penning put HiW : :\1. S, Hayes teaching __ r><" >1)1)> Hradfonl. county, Ma), bearing date fimlanU MnrMn) and thnl tlm I ......1.I..n.! | uf nld il,...
Under Way. got to give tbe old girl Ue glad AgnesVilkcrton! tem.hing ___ :If. 'I))1)) the fith day of Docomtier, A. I D. l'U7! . .* of tho fnllol. I <'!attar t..... ..thnn Amfrlr.they$ and armlilfnt ,.

I band aa w* BO." I A. S. I'eogle, teaihing! 40.11() und thu..1) in that curtain cans'1' therein Ih..... I. no portion In th. Klnlv of rlorldn' lhiutTviri >
all around me. many : ". I pending wherein theV.. T. Raw- of atthrxxna uimn' hln.l ,rw >tild St
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Tbe men were Clayton teaching > .
I "Some Port In France. 'l.ionlnt. and that nald) I bad known In Douglas' but they Off For H'j..;!sie UoynoM-i teaching ___ <;5;.00i leigh Company a corporation I is! plaintiff thi air. of twrnty'oni. Y.......
didn't bother with me. because I guesa I It was right after midday mess we I. Sraff teaching 25.0O) and J. P. iulfnnl: J. I.. ct1rllr.l.I. ;, It I la th..t.,... ur.hnd. ...n.I.I..1, and aljq.J -
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they were a little blu. at leaving themselves left the pier in Hoboken. Two clay Ii"! ;1 Parrish, teaching 40.OO) A Jones, and W. A. King 'lofend- I and! W. i.: I'hlll IM. hip w,(,.. iln nf.| In ss anybody wss bound to b* at later we were atl. anchored out In the .\. ('. Kelley teething 2*.00 .mts I, W. J. Epperson, as sheriff of ....."". .,"..nt'. Pill of rWntdatnt, ) ,Iriir on or

a time Ilk. that and I suppose It was bay. Tb. other transport were all i-nldll' ;Mercrr, teaching ,II) nl) ) Hrudford, county, Florida, have levied M-fora uvrnult the wh..r 7lh,)-.,,lay n I'cr of January... pro eonfmuio A. l>. IBIS wi.i' In Ixinlfr

the sober atmosphere got m. to longingfor j around SODJB of IHein ao close the men Frlln'iRIurrhee.: teaching ___ '!.">.OO ''JR that certain real property as! the *,! .atralni) Ih' >ald. T". K:. I'hll'tpa" mil W.
tbst lingerie tber You could have back and forth. No ODe property of the said J. L (iiifford! r.. I'hll) II"".*. hu wUa
could call :Mi-I.coJ teaching /BO),00Virgie I. onu .
I'V. It I lit furlhnr .r.l.. ,... thnt thla) nxtle) h. rth.
I It with a knife Tb. old timers wben wa would depart. I waj of the above named defendants doicribod .
cut .
knew Thomas teaching :3500 lahf! In t''" llrailfnrd' ( ..nly T"l..irra.h.. a j
probably put me down for a sobby on deck when a couple af the teaching 40.OOA us follows: Lot No. 2 of the w.uat.rr. iullh.l. .. at Stark. In Ilradfnnlvotinty.
!Sammy! who bad just Joined. FinallyI other transport moving out. It would Janie. .1. OriflK teaching, .- 7000) /northeast quarter of section 2, town. .l'tlt,'IV... lion.......ko., ).. one ""wh wwk! for sic em.

straightened myself up and thought: ba our turn ouL I went below. Ut teaching 3000) _---_.---e.____ chip 8, smith of range 22 oast, also IN: Wlr FSi': WIIBKPOI, J l hay. hi.n.unl.
Buck apt 1 You'r. deuce of a lolfller. heart was turning all kind of Blpfloti Emilio Spink. 4000 'h- north half of the southwest qunr- ..t my hand) .n.| alTliml' tnc ..,at of our Cireul jI
teaching --- - -
Eunice Rbinni, ('o'u't on this the 13th day of Nov i.nixru'
." "'e were leaving for "the port In Williams teaching 40.00 order for printing will receive ith I r of the northeast quarter of see'inn IfU1.
EJith ,
looked around. The old timers wbo France." and 1 was tlll *af*. I balata1ed teaching 70.01) same uiroful' ati" t tin if sent ),jv 2, township 8, south of rnnifo 22 w. T. went& : **..,
A. C. Crews SEAL
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In the Philippine end out of the way of m; husband.alt.toib I.-t.:, in all ID'S' ) crk.
bad campaigned! Mrs O. M. Maines, teaching.. 40.0( mail as It given personally. containing and !80-100 B" R A. WEEKS.'j .
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; RISING. I willing to be at the side of tho sick'I work that is ahead for the coming

and needy, and render all in their farming season, and those who want SPENT MANY
power for them that they can possi- this class of stock will do well to be
'A Mr. If. L Stevenson left last Fridayfor bly do. They made many friends in I on Jiund early and make their selec-

a visit with his parents in Phila Luke Butler, who regret to lose them, tions. Everything indicates a big, THOUSANDS

CountyNe s delphia.. I I but wish them much happiness in prosperous ;year for our farmers and
vi A little son was born to Mr. and'' their new home. they should get ready to do their best

"OS Mrs. J. S. Jackson last Friday. The Rev. and Mrs. Jesse G. Harden, of in the matter of crop production. ON'HEAL

little one gladdened the hearts of its Pine View, Ga., were guests last week ,
Ia fast Gathered During trui Week br parents for one hour and a half when of Mr. Ilarden's grandmother Mrs. NOTICE I

Mctfular Gerre.pondeRt. its spirit took ts flight to God who S. A. Richard and family. Rev. Mr. Noltee 'IB hereby riven that under and byvlrtura
gave it. It was laid to rest Saturdayin Harden is pastor of the Methodist of a Final DecrM. of Korrcloiura mad. '
and rendered out of thi Circuit Court of the Georgia Woman Would Not
the Dyal cemetery.Mr. church at Pine View. Mrs. Hardenwas Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Chancery
and Mrs. Lame Dillaberry and formerly Miss Clara Anderson, of in and for Bradford county, on nth* l t I II Take Ten Thousand Dollarsfor

THERESSA.We Bcttie Peace and Messrs. Fred and little daughter Juanita of Middleburg Live Oak. day therein of January r>..ndlnlf.. A.wherein D. 1918 J.In J a. certain. the Good that Tan-
David Moore. visited Mr. H. II. Lewis and family, Or. E. R. Marshburn and family, of Complainant and Harry Rivera and r.U..1
also Mr. O. E. Alvarez and family vera are Uefondanta and T. W. Dryden lac Has Done Her
Mr. and Mrs II. B. Dennett, accompanied Crest View, spent Christmas with relatives I Claimant
H S. linian co-partner
have been having some very cold by Mr. C. II. Rice, of Jacksonville part of last week. They were accompanied here. undi-miimed. ai Special Master ai>po ntrd In
weather for the past few days, with were visitors to Starke and Rai- : as far as Starke by Mr. Miss Mary Marshburn, of Maple aid, innl: Drcrre. will\ offer for gala! and pelt "Honestly, I wouldn't take ten thousand

1 a a little rain, sleet and snow. I I ford last Thursday. and Mrs. Jean Newsom and Oral Register Hill N. C., is visiting relatives in ''to ,the before Miihrat. tha bidder court houne for caah dome at of public the court outcry I dollars for the difference in th

The people wore very much surprised -I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke, and of Middleburg. The party took Lake Butler. bout In the city of Starke, Bradford County, way I feel now and in the way I tel!

when they got up Sunday morning i i Mr. und I Mrs. W. A. Barrett, of Ocala Christmas dinner with Mr. Newsom'a Mr. II. I.. Stanton and family mov- I i Hurldn iniK ilurlnir. on Inn the 4lh treat day hours of February of inkthe, A.following I)-. the day I bought my first bottle of

and found snow on their porches and were visiting relatives in Lawtey last pllrpnts. ed Wednesday to the "Redding" prop- nVncrlhr PNprrty to-wlt: I Tanlas," asserted Mrs. Elizabeth Jennings -
doorsteps. Tho snow, whero it was in I Saturday. Mr. C. I' Kersey and family of the erty of !Mr E. W. Miller, who recently An umllv'did one-half Intertill In Led Flv, I IIBI of llepnbah, Ga. "I have gain
BlocK Eighteen In of
the shade, never thawed all day and Mr rank Green, of Jacksonville, Swift Crook section, visited a part of I purchased snme. tho and orliilnal Sen anrwy> of the town of Starke ed twenty pounds since I begun usin
we are having plenty of ice yet. I was a guest at the home of, !Mr. and last week lit the home of Mr. A. J. Mr. Goodson of Melrose and Percy Florid ,nd! nl! u An nmlivliKd nnp-nnlf interest it und my improvement baa been Pi--
Mr. S. K. Swindle butchered four MrH. Charles Oinkirm of last Jackson and family. in that parcel of land In nnld town of I know
first part Kelly of Lake Butler, both Uncle Starke. mor mrtipularly d".crihrd" aa fill iwnfnmminclnir : great hardly myself.
nice holtsIonday.: week % -. Sam's boys were in town this week. at the corner of the I I "Fifteen years ago my health tcgaii,
!Mrs. W. W. Packham and childrenwere Mr. Joe Ilouff, of I'ensacola, was a GUILFORD.We ;Miss Ruby Ware left for ColumbiaColleA'e. I above: rtcaeribeil. I Iota.' : dl'"n\n::;;:; thence went1 to fail. I got in jiuoh bad! shape| I
nlonx the north I n<- of IIII I-on ttrnt thirty i
visiting relatives ut WaMo the business visitor to Luwtey one day Lake City last Wednesday. and one-half 130' ) fort, thence run north I| couldn't digest anything, my blood wa
.' first of ruc -.u :k-. last week. She has been upending the holidays 'one hiimlreil five ((11)8)) feet thence noutherly thin and my arms covered with spots
-- We are sorry to report that Mrs. J. Mrs 1]. K. Burnc-y und children returned -I are certainly having' some cold I with relatives here and at Worthington ono hundred., all ten bring((1101 in feet the northwest to tho point quarter of boKlnninic -, I My back hurt so I was told I had

W. Button Is seriously ill at this writ home last Friday from Bishop wtnthcr in and around Guilford Springs. of tho. outhwe.t quarter. of Section spinal trouble, and the rheumatic

ing. She hut many friends who wish villu, S. C, where they spent several Mrs. W. A. Brown of Starke was i Mr. Tom Proctor, formerly of Lake Twenty-clnht ((2M'. townnhip((22) cant alp and (61.a.I'1 pains all over my body were awful
of twontjr-two
her u speedy recovery. days at the home of Mrs Burney's I the guest of her brother and relativelll Butler, has taken charge of the Brad. south Joining aid range, loin five (St and Raven (7) of | I got so nervous and was so racket
Mr. S. B. Wooilard made a business parents i hero last week | ford County Times, Mrs. Bessie Pow lunch 1-lnhteen ((18)) ..a above described t: with pain I could hardly sleep. My

trip to New River Tuesday.' I Mr. II.I\ Bennett was transacting \Mr. \Math L. !Mann, one of Uncle'''' ell having moved to Jacksonville. Mr.Proctor's homestead The land.of intended W. H. to Rivers be ,described di-ceaseil was. which the husband spent thousands of dollar

!Miss Mary lIall( principal of our business in Starke Monday.Mr. Sam's selected boys at Camp Wheeler, many friends here wish him waa conveyed by the Raid W. H Rivers to trying to get me well, but nothing di<
school Is visiting relatives at Orange Will Bray, of Dupont was in Is with home folks and relatives. lie all success in his undertaking.Rev. Jennie Lou Rivers and Harry Rivera a few me any good."I .

t Heights. .1 Lawtoy the first part of the week on will soon return to the training camp. I S. I. Hendrix and family mov- months Said pmport/b>efor(* hia death.b. sold aa the property of heard so much about Tanlac

Mrs. Tom Wallace returned u few business lion. J. E. Douglass made a busi- ed to the Methodist parsonage! this the said Marry Rivers, to satisfy said DecreeD bought a bottle and began to improve
days ago from u visit with relativesin ) Sheriff W W. ItaUdcn of to Lake City last Friday. end .00t8..
Deputy ness trip j week. Rev. Hendrix will be pastor of E. KNIGHT Special Master right oft I can eat now and enjo-
Georgia. Starke, was in I uwtvy last Thursday \Mrs. T. E. Waldrup and daughter, the Methodist Episcopal church here, C. MATHESON. my meals, and at night lie down am.
After a few days visit here with relatives on huffiness. Miss Grace accompanied by Mr laugh taking the place of Rev. Kendall. Solicitor for Complainant 146tSIIERIFF'S sleep like a child., The pains I use<

Miss Ida Hugan returned to )Dr. J. II. Martin, superintendent of Hall,, of Lake Butler, were in this Miss Inez Markey is spending the to have in my back have left me an<
rf' her home in Jacksonville one day last the Jacksonville district, Methodist community last Monday. SALEIlereb
holidays in Lake Butler with relatives. head don't ache more. M
J. my any
" that W Epperon.
Is given -
,' notice ,
week. Episcopal church delivered four able Everybody remember church at the Miss Markey is the principal of the as Sheriff of Bradford County State of I| blood is in good condition and the ugl
Mr. and Mrs. Willie fr'luet: anti little and impressive sermons at Grace M. Guilford school house the third Sun- Orange City school. Florida. under and by virtue of that certain spots have left my arms. Tanlac ha
daughter, of Jacksonville !spent a ":. church last Wednesday and Thursday day in January, 1918. writ of .xecutlon Imued out of and under the
i Rev. S. S. Proctor and wife return. made new of me and I fee
d neal of the Circuit Court of Bradford County.Florlla I| a woman
.t few days here with the brother of Mrs. -two each( day. The fourth quarterly \Mr E. B. Thomas passed! through ed from a visit to Georgia where they' a mln.t James R. Moot and in favor better than I have since I was sixtee
Erquet !Mr. S. It. Swindle returningto conference was held] after the here Friday enroute Worthington, I have been visiting relatives. '; of Hunk of Lake Butler a corporation and old."
their home lust Thursday. dated the Seat day. of April A. D, 1814. will years
services Thursday evening. where he is moving his father from I Messrs. N. J. and J. C. Nevvsom, offer for Bale and aril to the highest and beat I Tanlae is sold in Starke by C. 1
Rev W. L. Overstreet has purchased bidder for cash at tho front door of the courthouse ''
Cason and
" Lulu.Mr. district deputy and assistant deputy one druggist in ever:
In Tows of Stnrke, Bradford' County
the stock of the II. C. Steve Williamson made biiii-
BROOKEFt. grocery a were in Lake Butler this week in the Florida. on Monday. February 4th A. D UI1H.thmmmi town in Bradford, county.-adv.
Pence Mercantile Company, and moved ness trip to Lake City last Monday\ interest of the Woodmen of America. hi.Ing. a legal salis day of said .
them to the store known us the Wonder what is the matter with tho during the It gul hours of sale, the -
The cold weather has dune considerable :Moulin building. Guilford, Sunday school ? I Mrs. Sam Singer and sister, Mrs. ( described. real estate actuate, being to-wit and.011"1
Mnzo relatives in Gaines In Rradforit County Horlila '
damage to vegetables, nearly Joe Starling, who has been, in the Masters Roy Riley, Ressic, Johnnie lire'IRitl'll I ninrk K uhtoen of Worthtnitton ,
all of thorn being killed. employ of J. D. Kuml.ill at the cold! and Elisha Douglass went to Lake ville. i' Florida according tll purvey of J. W I'ntton. R J

!Mr. S. V. Andreu has purchaser storage and cotton gin for the vast City Monday and report a pleasnnt STOCK hiiilndi'd by First on utreet.north on by south First by Avenue Hatcher Olt street east j

the Simmons cotttige and farm and two years moved with his family to trip \HI.O\U OP : COMING and on west by Slim street 'I Ii

i"I moved his family last Monday. Mr. Jacksonville this week where he hmurcrptod Mr. G. C. DrigRprs, of Lake Butler, i I AUo iiuartir. beginning of northwest at northeast gainer corner of of Section northenl r

+ Andreu has been, occupying the I'in- n position. walt in this. community Sunday afternoon 2a, luwnsliip A south flange 10 east thrn run
.: I hoNter cottage, which was) recentlysold. Mr. IrfiwrrniM :Moheloy of Jacksonville J. W ,Andrews Jr., who has beenin west 1 tO ynrilH 'to point of rommoncimpnt.thmre :t.:1
I' o
; L E)
1. the live stock market this week, unlith. n.r ,:. wont 210 yard north -.yr"": W
'" was the guest Sunday of his Miss nstelle Lnnier, teacher of the I in yards, and taut 210 yards to point of
'' bliss Vc'Hio! I'urkor of LaCrosse, brother, :Mr. C. C Moscley Swift Crock school, spent Christmasnear I wires his firm that he has bought and comm..o..nwnl.
. is visiting rrliitivoH here his( wack.Mr 111'I.! Davis lame up from Cedar Lake Butler with her old acquaintances I shipped a carload of first-class mules AHO| .lirglntlnir. 140 Yards noiilh of north- BONES a

I'. M. Barefoot and daughter, Key and spent) (hrjstnms; nt his homo ] Mr and ;Mrs ("}. C Drifr- and horses and. that they should !got mt. "nrlor earner or of NM.t. northen lion! 2S qtiartir Township of northwest r south RUBBER COPPER ||
MiNA! furs, spent pint' of last week in near I awtcy.Ui to Starke Tuesday, Januiry 8th. In llnw', 111) .n.l. thenn runn'ng south I 110 yai l lII ., ,
Plant/ City with relatives : ,. W. L. IjcrsMi. electing these animals ;Mr Andrews "'nci ,,,. st 210 yams. thpnei north 110 yard TIRES BRASS
\ transuding
was -
'. frank Alderman i busy neat thrice rent 210 yards to point of begin-
!Mr. Morgan! nude a business trip business in Jacksonville :Monday. is moving huh given particular attention to the nine TUBES LEAD
to Baker
I .to Starke last Thursday.Mr. I'rof. It. A Green, of Stnrkc, win' in county. needs of the farmer. who want stock \l\. ". nn unliUilel, ; om-flfth Interest In fol1 t
wlnir 1 Inndn. to wlt : Southeast quarter of
II. P Gainey: was visitor to Luutcy anti vicinity one day last weekin that they can ,depend on to do the big Miuthcnit. quarter of Section :21 and onp-half
.; Jacksonville last Sunday.Mr. the interest of his candidacy us LAKE BUTLER .tier' in northeast corner of northeaHt, quarter i
in south Renee SEND IT TO US WE Rem PROflPTDWritaTor %
Bernard Johns h'reIon! ( or Kretion 3H all Townshitr-B
was representative for the next J legislaturefrom '
Jl vast: nnd the outhwtwttgnarter of southwest
k day on business.MIHS group two. Prof. Green has ;Mi. A. R. Ware, formerly express quarter of southwest quarter (tar lot 67 PriceliStUIAR aof .

l. ;, Lois Kelley, one of the teach tiiadi good at everything he has un agent and agent of the G. S. and "'. RUB pUT; PAIN of quarter Woocllawn for lot) of 8 of eetfnn WOhtl'"10.,",)and of Seeton northwest 81. #iiV s MFTALCO.\\
I ers In the LaCrosse school spent u del taken. As school teacher he has railroad at this
a place few .
spent a nil in Township B sOuth Rnnga 22 east : and
few days of lust week here with her proven a success. He has served asmessenger days here last week visiting relatives.Mr. with good oil liniment. That'sthe lot number Cfl in Section 10. Townahin B path 657 E.BAY JACKSOWllE.riA,
. \fir a Bister Mrs A. A. surest them. Range 22 east as shown on man of said aec-
IIacn. to
assistant clerk and. head : Wine is at present agent at Una. way stop lion township and rnngo filed on page one of
Ns We are glad to report little !Made- clerk In the legislature and by acting dilla, Ca. lie has numerous friends I I,The best rubbing liniment is Honk of Mnns and 1'lntts of said County and
I line Hii7cn still improving State In office of Clerk of Circuit Court ..tStark.
in these he has had here who
capacities many; were glad to see him. His
s' Mr. and !Mrs. T. L. Surrency nil opportunities to be familiar with the past service in the express and railroad .. nn mid itndix County'did and one-tenth StateAlso Interest In following -I EDGAR EYES

two children visited, at Graham lastwehent duties of u legislator of the people business here ivill ever be remembered MUSTANGLINIMENT land. to.w t: North half of southoU Options Tested
I. w' t quarter of Sretinn Township A Bouth
.. If he gets the nomination, we arc bat by his kind, accommodating Itnnuc 1(1( east; end riorthiant nunrti of south-
Mr. I). W. Pmholstor and family isfifd he will make good, na' in everything mnnner, and always attending faithfully unit 'quarter and west half or southwest quarter .
spent Mondiy hero with relatives and else lIe has undertaken to his burliness made his of Section II, Township 6 south Rnnxe Broker Lwrxsea Duplicated
many 13 aitt and southeast qunrter of northi.ant Sam R .dW
frlomN. They left Tuesday, for St. The fcS ti v
I old 1 yenr was not tolled out nor frilre1s. . quarter and northeast quart of southeast Ptfata&J
Spicitlin Hul Orders -We
on Pay"
t' Petersburg where !Mr. Pmholster expects the new year rung in by the church Miss Margaret Duncan returned lunrter t'xeipt; there acres in snuthwuHt earner \". I.O rOHSVTH" ST. I
to make his future home. They boll ut Grace M. E. church last Monday of Section Fifteen, Township .tr south !
s'r .d-.. Friday to Meridian College Meridian, Itnngo 1? east ; and north half of norlhw..ilunrt.
c .l made the trip I by juito. at midnight IM usual. It was not Miss. after spending Christmas with Good for the Ailments c/ < .. of northwest quarter and north half
.... Mr. DockThoma' spent Sunday because' it was forgotten. No, not her or southwest' quarter and east half fif south- : What is LAXFOI
She is Horses Mules Cattle Etc.
parents. looking well and
, : here with his grandmother, Aunt that, but it was because just before fast quarter and all southeast quarter ofn..rlh..1
r Y as pretty ever.. quarter ninth and went of branch
(7f Ti 'rc., Roberts. I the hour of midnight, while a few I Good for your own Aches, ninnmn through pall quarter In Section 21. | AN IMPROVED CASCARA >
wMr.! and Mrs. L. T. Ostocn of Dukes, young mon were on their way to tho Kev. Paul Kendall and wife moved I Pains Rheumatism Township 8 south Range 19 east and southwest i.A ige8Uve Liquid Laxative Catlmt,
pleasant visitors here Tuesday. church and, last week to Green Cove, where he Sprains quarter of southwest quarter of Section !IandLiverTonie. Contalus Cascara lint,
I,,' were just opposite the residence will Cuts, Burns Etc. 24. Township ( south Range I'l! eautW Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root liu
be I ,
Mr..1. A. Douglas, who has accepted of Mr. and Mrs. R R. Thedo. pastor of the :Methodist church J. EPPERSON j
n position at Aluchua, spent Sunday when one of them noticed a smnl Rev. Kendall and wife are certainly : 25(:, SOc $I. At all Dealer. Sheriff of Bradford County Florida. I Root May Combines Apple Poot,Senniln-avca-
D. E. Pepsin. strength wlth'po'table
ft' with his family here. Maze under tho house Christian workers, always ready, nnd
near the fireplace I I Attorney for Complainant. 1-4-61 aromatic taste JJoes:: not gripe, S
I Mrs.' W. A. Brown and two children They immediately t\\oki the
'! are visiting at the home of her father inmates anti put the fire out, which -

sale J. A. Douglass. proved to be in the woodwork close to
f Mrs. G. W. Colson, who has },el'l1WJ' and light under the liroplnce. Only

I sick for the past week is convalesc slight damage was done owing to the N. T. RITCH, Pres W. T WEEKS. Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH Casiher

:. ing.Dr. quick work of the amateur firemen.
If. Midfiloton was a profesrlnnnl There is no doubt but that in a few

WJ' visitor hero Tuesday afternoon.Mr. minutes longer it would have been too Bradford
I T. C Ilaien !I" moving bit family late By the time the fire was out and County Bank

-- In the cottage owned by Mrs. II, the excitement was over. 1017 was a
Gainey. of the
year past, and 1918 was on.
, Mr. Jake Ward and family, of Lu- The young men then returned to their ESTABLISHED 1889
kens, spent part of tho holidays herewith homes thankful that they had been on

: relatives and friends.> the scene nt the opportune moment Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE

Sheriff Epporson was a welcome although the church bell had failed,
t" victor in our town Tuesday. for the first time in 11 good many FLORIDAEXPERIENCE

S .. Mr. I Rob Andreu was a business visitor years, to peal out the news that the
. here Tuesday. I
old year was gone into history and a
I Mrs. Shriver spent Sunday in Juck- new year had arrived.
'' sonville.\ We mistaken
r I last week in our
Mr. and Mrs. Harry of Jacksonville corre1pondenl'ehen we said that a

are visitors. hero this week. John Roberts had come home from
!Mr. Ed PinhoNtcr and !sons, Cnrl Camp Wheeler
to spend his
and Ernest of MuUlloburg, visited his Ho came home to stay, having furlough received : When you hunt for efticiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.

mother, IIrs.V.. II. Pinhulster, a few un honorable discharge. You should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.
days of last wetkMr .
Roland Anderson was a visitor several:Miss nmmii days this Green week, of Starke here at pent the The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking

to Graham last business.
Sunday afternoon ,
home of her undo .
and :Mr
mint and
a Mr. I). J. Bynl, of Gruhnm. attended .
Mrs. henry Uennctt. \Vi/J.\arvar"cj' not only how to handle' to income
t tho installation on last Thursdiy money earn an but more important -
1>1'. Cnrofoot, Worthington, wasorvproffi" :\Iild"! I Fryer, of Stnrke. was \ TO SAFEGU \H.D THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS
!, il 'MiiitKHn. here visiting friends. in Lawtoy Tuesday

nfMr .. Monday Children nnd r :'':. *', -'iVr' for -I't Your money depo., ted in this bank not only works for you d-, n 1 night. but owing

"., . Joe Surrency visiting relatives that: the Lawtry' Pihool will open next to our cxpciii'iicc, iti! SAFE.

in Georgia :Monday\ for the remainder of the term I Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping valuable
0' f. Through a mistake made by tho Mrs. C. Y Mayo und daughter! :Miss I your papers. i

correspondent in last week's issue, the Annie, of l'ollnr.l. Ala, attended the |
f. ladle! Aid Society will meet Saturday Moore-Mayo; wedding last Thursday. Condensed statement of the condition ett: close of business Dec. 31st 1917.
afternoon of this week nt 3 o'clock They returned home immediately after ,
I at the home of Mrs. p. M. Barefoot, ; the wedding.Edward .
instead of the church. Let RESOURCES
every one Edwards. came up from LIABILITIES
be present. Gainesville anti.I spent Wednesday in Loans and DIScounts $145,924.96

- Lawtey with relatives United States and Municipal Bonds 14.347.00 Capital Stock paid in $ 5,000.00

LAWTEY. Rev. Alfred Evendi pastor of Claims and Other Resources 16,186.98 Surplus fund I O, OO.OO
Grace !Methodist" Episcopal church Undivided
less paid
expenses 1,680.40
will preach special New Year's nor- Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 19,500.00

The Junior I'hilntheland Rnrncn non next Sunday morning, January AU other Real Estate owned 7,237.61 Deposits .390841.93

classes of Grace !M. E. Sundny school ;, ith, at lOtff: ). and every member of O\er=drafts secured and t
L 'were delightfully entertained nt the ; the church nnd congregation is urged unsecured 331.68

parsonage last Friday afternoon from tQ: be presont. The pastor will deliver Cash on Hand and in Banks 223818.10

-' 2 to 5 o'clock by Mrs. Alfred Evomlon. "a Godrivenision" of n wonderfulrace.

Quite a number of interesting games ." There will be an Epworth TOTAL $428,02213 TOTAL $428,022.33
y ' were played, after which refreshments league service at p. m., led by .

wore served. Those present were :Mr. Mike Futch, followed by the rijrilnr .

.. Misses! Marguerite Godwin, Joyce evening service nt 7 p. m. All SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS. WE INVITE
Terry Eva Fetch Essie Thomas service!' brief and bright, and a welcome INVESTIGATIONr .
t4 Louise Blanchard, Flora Brown and for everybody I lt i
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