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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 11, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11 1918. NUMBER 28.

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[COUNTY SOLONS C.ASOM.NK:; ('.\It CATCHES: IHE, :SCHOOL: HO.Mil) MKimMiStaiko : :
I NEW ARMIES TO

Last Fl'i iday W. A. Colley, who in in : : flu., Jan 7, 1918.
HELD charge of special construction workon The board met in regular session
REGULAR the Seaboard track south of Stark, with Messrs.P1'. U. Pinholalvr and J, BE FURNISHED

through presence of mind and quick c. McRue: present; J. K.': Douglass nbent .
work saved a valuable gasoline car ,

t MEETING MON. He and eight/ laborers ere ruling on Minutes of last meeting: reud anti FROM CLASS 1
the
car when they were all suddenly apprly| ed.
enveloped by flames, caused by the The "board designated the Bank of
bursting of the feed pipe.. Mr. Colley Clarke us the depository) for all bond

RANSFERS $2000 FROM immediately stopped the car and ordered money from Special: Tax Districts No, MUST REGISTER IN FU-
THE each man to take a shovel and :a and :U5! and! tin lradford County
GENERAL
FUND throw sand on the flames. The fire lank us depository for the /general TURE AS THEY BECOME 21

was extinguished so quickly that fund mjd the Special Tux lUntrictund.
PPLICATION OF G. !M. BENNETTFOR there is not a sum of damage to the Mk4E'ktI? \ NO lt\KTKI\ : MEN WI 1.1. BR r
SUPERINTENDENT woodwork, and the men escaped with The Knnrd of Public Instruction CALLED TO TRAINING CAMPS
CONVICTS REJECTED a few slight burns hereby agrees to finance) the highchool ; UNTIL FEBRUARY I5TH
departments of Luke Butler

Board mat in regular session, Monday MEETING OF ST. !MARK'S GUILD and Starke' schools, provided that Kailltlistrk.ts The men who are to compost 1

January 7, 1918, and called to -r f finance the grammar departments the war armies! still to be raised by \
St. Marks I "rbr of mime for a period of not to ,
Guild
[order by Chairman S. T. Dowling met nt the Rectory y the United States will come from class '
with all members present, to-wit: J. last Tuesday afternoon to clone the exceed right months. 1 under the new selective" service ,
SI,. Underhill II. D. May, R. J. An- business! for the year 1917 and to The board hereby agrees/ to pay plan) That means. the nation's fight
drews and J. J. Blackwelder. elect officers and outline the work from Johnstown Special Tux District lug: is to bc done by young men without j
Minutes of last meeting read and for the year 1918. The reports show be sum of eighty dollars us agreed families dependent upon their labor ,
that the Guild had upon by a majority of trustees> from
[approved. a very prosperousyear. aid district., for support and unskilled necessary -
Notary public bond of J. T. Moore The following olllccrs were industrial or agricultural work.
The board! then ordered! the
(approved. Also bond of N. Wynn, elected: superintendent Provost Marshal\ General; Crowder .
constable District No. 11, approved. President, M. M Fryer, Ex-officio. the new school to have house the between foundation of says rinse 1 should provide men for ,
Name of W. W. Coleman motion Vice President, Mrs. Chase. Ijiwteynd
by 'ke hud all military needs of the country and f
Stui and said house built
j and second was placed upon pauper Secretary, Mrs. J. M Alvarez. lit sin early lute.The to accoinplmh that object ho target ,
list and ordered paid $3 per month. Treasurer, :Mrs. J. C. Hoover. hoard"(agreed to ro-estiibliMh\ amendment, of tho draft law so us to .

Also nAme of Prince Jones ordered Uulf dock school and continue Carne' provide( that all men who have re-ached, 1 .

placed upon pauper list and paid $2 MEETING OF CONFKIHr.R:; : : .VTE for a (period of two months during their 21 birthdays since June 5, 1917,
per month. VETEK\NS I his scholastic year at u salary of hull bo required to register for class
Petition signed by G. W. Lewis and $26.i:! ) ) per month. ification. Also in the interest of fair
others asking for a change in the J. J. Dickinson's camp United Confederate The luinrd then adjourned until distribution of tho military burden,
Lawtey and Lake Butler public roads Veterans, will hold their regular Monday he proposes that tho quotas of statesor
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follows: meeting at the court house January a+ ... districts. be1 determined hereafteron
Commencing at Wallace Crews l place to run north one-half quarter of requested to attend. N1LL STItlNGI-ELLOW GEORGE: A. .\:'<; lHm&ON YOUNG class 1 and, not upon population. '

a mile, thence east one-quarter of a These well known and popular young Starko men ate ut home on a short RHODEN Available: figures indicate that there
ale to intersect with old road at meritorious aio lion.M) ( >i physically and otherwise
furlough. They enlisted l in the aviation corps in July, and through -
James Crews place. After being con- 79 REGISTRANTSARE service have been made scigeunts They were recently transferred O'laliflpil men under the present regulation
idered by the board, upon motion and From Kelly's Field, Texas, to Moinson, V'a., und it believed, they will go UNDER ARRESTArrested ) who will I bo found in class 1when
econd, said change was granted; provided to France in the near future. all 'IUt'tlt ionnairl's hnvo been returned
the petitioners open up said mud the classification period ad in CLASSIFIED _.. -- -. . ends February 15. To this' the
": and place same good traveling -- -- - extension
condition without any expense to the N. D. W.\I:'<; RIGHT., JR., IS:\ HIGH; SCHOOL)(' OI'KNKII\ ::; L\SI' I Monday by Chief Kite of registration to men turning
ounty. MaiN ::-EH\'I IMJ:; UNCLE:; : SAM :MOMIU' \\ 11'11 :HOI: ON ROLL on Charge of Desertion 21 since Juno r of last your and there-
G. M. Bennett, of Theressn, filed nftej- will add, 700,01)0() ) effective men ityour. s. .'

Ith board application for the position -I Local Board Completed Mail- has succoodd Last the Iliudroid: .
County
Jr. Monday
N I Wainwright) -
ef superintendent awl mana/ote1'1/ ing of Questionnairs in again .entering the service of High/ Silm I lesuim-d its work after ittwow Class 1 compiinon single nien witli- t
f the county convicts working; pub- Thursday the United States, though to attain oiks' holiday licit teaihorHand Sum I Rhoden, a young man who bus out dependent, relatives; inariied men
tic roads of enid county for the sumf that goal has caused him to undergo pupils returned to heir school I"in stationed at (amp hoc-ler., M+1- I who have habitually fit ileI to support'

$65 per month and feed prisoners trials that would cause a majority ofyoung duties with ,HMiewc'd l'IH'I'lli"II. The, eon, lII; since ho voluntooird/ for service their families; married mon who lire
for 6Sc per day for each piisijner.B. The local board of Bradford county mon to decide to stay in civilian school heating apparatus had been Movoral. months ago, wits irrestvlMonday : di'ptnclint upon wives for support;
Dowling; the present supuiin- has completed its tusk of mailing tho occupations..lie is now in the quartermasters thoroughly worked over and the air : by Chief of police Kite on men' not usefully engaged! and whoso .
ndent and manager of said convictmp questionnaires to the registrants of orders from the military authorities fiiiniliuii are supported by incomes in-
comfortable The
,' is us summer.
'rp, !'l'ItUll1l' a 1'111 y. as
the county. The last of the batch was dopcmeli-nt" of their labor unskilled
made a verbal proposition toe In 191(5!) ( Newn enlisted l in the marine total enrollment reached 30:1:I, und other it ( amp Wheeler on u charge of tvHertion. \ ; '
board that he would continue his mailed out Thursday noon, and those farm laborers> ; unskilled! industrial laborers -
to Pans Islands expected soon
and Bent pupils are
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ork for $90 per month, currying out registrants who have not yet received corps for training.was After three months' !Miss! Frances May, who has beenin The young/ man lived east of Starke ; registrants/ by or in respect of. I
agreements set forth in his form- one should begin to make inquiriesas there he went to Charleston, wherehe Florida for several years, but is: with his mother and being, unable to whom nn deferred! classification in
; contract with the board. After be- to the reason it failed to show up. embarked for San Domingo Af- originally from Kentucky, now has get u leave of ubsonee for the holidays claimed or made; registrants who, full
the board Only seven days are allowed to com- took French leave brforpChristmas. I fo submit ciioHtic| >nnuires and in re-
considered by upon moan ter serving four months he receiveda charge of the sixth grade and classes shortly
and second the proposition by plete the questionnaires and returnto account of in- from the seventh und eighth. He claimed that liu hud I MW'et of whom no Deferred classification -
the local board. After that time military discharge on in claimed! or made, and l all regiHtrunU -
.'. Dowling was accepted. growing toe nails. He was returnedto New pupils enrolled tire OH follows: only wanted to spend Christmas ntiomi '
|Upon motion and second, one hund has elapsed those registrants who Philadelphia the latter part of December First Grade*: Ray Iloree, Oscar .. and it was his intention to return not included< in any other division -
have not received questionnaire and iif the schedule.To .
and fifty dollars was approprid a from which place he returnedto ; Silcox, Hazel John, Venue Austin, to Camp Wheeler immediately
made no effort to secure one from the full: Net:; Drafted Men till IVb. 15:
to purchase chemicals for dipg his home here. I Annie :May Mercer, Louise :Manning, tfterwurd To make good his intentions f
stock, to be distributed to all local board will be classed as desert Last fall he entered the Tampa bus Lois Colley, Mildred Silc-ox. 1m had /gone us far as Jacksonville Thut there, will be1 no more registered i
ties owning private vats. Said ers, and will have a hard time ex- iness college/ and applied himself to Third Crude:: Elsie: Smith, Inn Williams Monday of last week on his wny men culled into service before
ts be and free to the plaining to Uncle Sam just how it nick to but returned here shortly 15 the information
to open public. his studies for several weeks, but the Rudolph Horco, Yulee Smith. rump February is contained
If,Application of H. B. Weest for the happened. call of his country for men proved too Fourth Grade: Otis Hurnsed afterward and when arrested, was in u circular received by local
ition of county engineer at a Following; is the classification of strong for him to resist. The probability Fifth Grade: Lucile Silcox, Minnie unable! to explain; why he had not continued (exemption, board from J\1l1jr Anderson -
onthly salary was filed for further registrants up until yesterday noon: of the war ending before he Manning.: his journey. in Till luliag e .
nsideration. Class 1-A, Single without )Dependent would become of military age and Sixth Grade: Otis Windhnm., The officers had noticed young RhnIon A paragraph of the circular from
iBill for $25 filed by Futch and WiIams Is RelativesJoe I could take part in the titanic struggle Seventh Grade: George Ware. around town and! after the holidays Provost Marshal General Crowder

attorneys for L. J. Smith, Roberts, James English, Sam I, decided, him and he enlisted in Tampa. -- were well past (nnd he still showed convoying these instructions. roan as

claiming damages for injuries of ani- Wilson, Guy Chester Cady, George He was sent to Jacksonville for examination I IN:; COMB TAMAN: : no inclination of returning to camp follows:
al on bridge on Lake Butler and Herbert Scott. and was rejected for the AT THi: COURT! HOUSE hey wired to the commandant of "It hits been, decided that then will
I Lawtey public road. No action taken Clans 1-It & E, :Married Manho same reason that caused his discharge Camp Wheeler to uncertain the lengthof bo no more formal calls: for deferred!,
[fcjr the board. Has Habitually Failed to SupportHis from service. Not content with the his leave of al>s.nt'e. Back clime percentages of the present quota "0)-
|' Three hundred and five names were Family. Unskilled Farm La verdict, he sought and obtained per John J. Ward the income tux man, the information that he hail deserted foro February' Iii.Vhilo boards
tected from the registration books borer. mission to enter the government hos- arrived in Starko January 7th und und the* request that he be arrested should, until they have enough/ men

t.the; county from the several clecTtton Charley McSimuel Underhill. pital at Tampa, where he had the offending will be at his office in the court houso ind delivered to the nearest military finally classified in class I, send forward -

districts by the board of county Class 1-KT; Unskilled) Farm Laborer. toe nails extracted. Recovering until Saturday, January 19th! for the post.! promptly men selected un 'ler
f sommissioners and list furnished to Robert Franklyn, Oren E. Green. I ho again applied at the recruiting purpose of I&snislinIIny resident of Sheriff Epperson: and (Thief Kite the old regulations: to make up[ deficiencies -
tea, clerk of said board. Said names In: ofliio, nnd this time he was ac this county in making out hit income took their prisoner to Camp Johnston In calls already male, the result -
with
su.( to be placed in a box by the clerk Class 3-IS. Man Parents.Dependent cepted. He was sent to Camp John- reports. There it no charge for his Monday, and turned him over to the of this decision will he that we
I a sheriff US' the law directs and film or Aged ston, Jacksonville, and is stationed in services. It will ho well for every unmarried commandant for safekeeping will shall tin, able to give the benefit of
roan said box the names of jurors Charley Bagley. Service Company No. J5; Barracks person whoso net income for bo carried to Cump Wheeler Inter, the new classification system to all
op' the Circuit Court for year 1918 Class 3-C, :Man with Dependent or 37-J. the year 1917 win $1,000) or over, and where he will face trial on u charge of men whose order numbers. are" s>> late

be drawn, as provided by law. Helpless Brothers or Sisters. :Mr Wamwright laudable determi every married person\ net income desertion. iti' to place them within deferred 1.1'r- a' H"rontiiges

iThe: following resolution adopted Leonard Hunter. nation to be of service to his countryhas for 1917 was $2,000 or over, to of the present call. Calls!
laid board as follows: ClasH 4-A, Having Someone :Mainly brought/ forth many expressions call on the income tax man and learn Dl.sniAKGKD; : FROM will, however, be made very shortly
Pursuant to Section 3, Chapter Dependent upon Him for Support. of admiration from his friends. in whether or not they have any tax to .ut f\' SERVICE under' the* provisions of Section 1-1 1 :', ...

U, Acts 1915, the board of county James Kite, Jr., Jesse Parrish, Sin Starke pay. fur the. Bjie'cial, class of men therein 1'(
missioners in making the budget clair L. Peek, Lewis Leforie Johns, ,- Collector of Internal Revenue mentioned' "
Louis :Mitchell Jan. James M. Cuthcrurt "There's Ernest: Gnflis, of Rulford, Willie
the fiscal year, October 1, 1917 Jesse Starling, says:
DKVTII: OF It. A. Dl'KES: Williams of Lake Butler Tate Kito ---
September 30, 1918, passed a reso- O. McCormick, John Wesley :Marshall, hardly a business man, merchant or MtL01)Gl
Non for the transfer from the gent / Leon'Everett :Miner, William Henry professional! man who wont have ti) and Grace Cooper, of Sturko, have ('Ott'>IBI,\N WOODMF.N
fund to the outstanding indebted- Douglass, Elam Lewis, Hen Lewis, R A Dukes, a young Bradford make n return of income'. Farmers, .been\ ,lillchar e.l..from further service : OU<;,\M/ID: s
s fund $2,000 and provision made Ernest Eugene Lee, James M. Conner, county boy whose home was at in a class will have! to pay the tax. with the army on account of physical {
Will James L. G. Mott John Andrew Worthington, died at Camp Jackson, The safe, thing to do is for per- deficiencies.A .
lid reduced the millage of said out- every Monday night ut thofnsonic: hall,
ding,: indebtedness fund, and as Jackson :McKinney, Lacy Vurnes, Jacob Columbia, S. C.,the of spinal arriving meningitislast at I son who have a total income of $1,000 few days ago medical officers of I: the local lodge of Columbian Wool.men. r'
body
Weeks Lewis Johns, Thursday ( the be, end the army discharged about r,11)[ } men
Guilford : ruse
there was a surplus in said general Sunday and was buriedin or $2,000, as may No. Mi' was organized: by Messrs. -
Worthington from Cump Wheeler at Macon, Gu.,
William Tallis who it rot about what deductions
fane at the time of the resolution Norman Douglass, sure Perkins and Valentine After the
The Woodmen
Nor the transfer sufficient to cover the Lewis, Adam Finley, James Lindsey, :New; Hope cemetery. of the- I the law allows: him, to play safe on account of being physically unfit organization hud been completed the
World had charge
; of the for service In selecting the first
Mid transfer. I Hampton Padgett, Truby Lee Willis, .. hv calling on the income tax man. following, officers were elected:
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for Starling DeWitt Brooks, bunul ieremony.Mr 1 he department figures that there will men for the training camps local med
,. ,The object in said transfer is William old J, A. I Howe( Consul.
28 a son
!Dukes
: was years I
ical officers instructed to
of of the old rail- William Davis, William Roscoe Strick- b the
: redemption part O. I.. Nash .
Viceroy.F.
of i
and Mrs. W. 1> nukes,
of11': the government the .benefit of the
road bonds and floating scrip now land William Howell Edwards, Dan- and I who will be subject to the income tax / (t'. Hollingsworth, Cardinal.
,drawing interest. iel E. Bradley, Charles LeRoy Osfeen, Worthington having was a received very prom twodegrees The law prescribes the following doubt in making physical examination J, (*, lur! ,mson, Secretary
ising man, For this number, of
young reason a lurgu men aL
:. 'Therefore, we, as members of the Oscar Alonzo Elixson, Gee Dupree I from the University of flor- penalties: \ M: George, Herald
have been the who
John Newman Byrd, For making false or fradulent re- sent to camps areproving
Thomas
board of court commissioners, pur- George Theo. Tison, Pilot.
He had, received his appoint-
ida. unfit for the hard! Hervi..othnt
Timothy Dukes, turns-Not exceeding $2,000 tine or
,: ,luant to said resolution passed and in William C. Williams the next officers training Xary Crawford, Guardsman.,
ment to
soldier It la
must undergo.
1 and would an
likely that examinations at home will
i',oUiority be granted, and an order dl- Class 3-D, In :Military or Naval: Ser- camp early dateHe was among the last or both in the discretion of the hereafer bo Drs. K.: T. Campbell and J. P. Tom-
fi reeling the clerk of Circuit Court tot vice of the United States. squad of selects sent from Bradford. court, and, in addition, 100 per cent more .rigid. linson, Physicians

transfer said money above mentioned. Shell D. Carver, Fred Oliver Thomas lie leaves several brothers.and sisters of the tax evaded. Tho above officers were installed!
,';ft Board adjourned until the first Mon- John< T. Reddish, Lem Rhoden, besides! his devoted parents! who For failure to make returns on time CITY PURCHASES by Consul General Valentino, using(
rdg' In February 1918. John M. Roberta, -Not loss. than $20 nor more than STREET SWEEPER onler.
"/,, Ury Morton Green, mourn the untimely death of their the impressive ceremony of the )
', Ernest Griffls, Roan Benjamin Gnfflj, son and brother. Their friend extend $1,000 fine, and, in addition, 50 percent D. C. Jones, member of the city First and third Friday nights. at 7
Everett Clemons, Carl :McKinney, Ar- sincere sympathy to the bereaved of the amount tax due. council, will leave latter part of the o'clock\ were selected as the regular/:
4FIYE CENT LECTURE COURSE thur C. Pearce, William O. Forsyth, family.to I Far failing to pay tax when duo- week for Jacksonville, where he will meeting nights of the order; the next
"'i.i Herbert I. Whitten, Othoe Asbury Mi- rive per cent of the amount unpaid, purchase from the street cleaning de- meeting to be held I on Friday, Febru
"::1 zell, Walter S. Whitten, Frank Starling show up for examination when they plus one per cent Interest for each partment of Jacksonville one street ary 1st, when Messrs. Perkins and
Prof. II. W. Cox writes as followsrln :
full month which it remains
Erastus Crumpton, Albert during which will be in service Valentine will be to assist in
Pearce were called to fill' up the first draft sweeper put present
: letter let
to
,,! reply your of me say Golden, Luther H. Cribbs, Marion and are marked on record as deserters unpaid. on the streets of Starke. This sweeper the initiation of new candidates.At .
the date
Janu-
I will after'theincome
that reserve The will
Johnny Edward, government get will be drawn horse and will there lodge
'' Leslie Johnson, by a present are seven j
.f t"",ijr,18, Friday night for you at Perry, Kite, Jr., Franklyn Pearce William Holly,' Blaine Tunsil, Jacob tax slackersand the person clean a space of six feet aa it is pulled of this order in Bradford County with
,i, Starlce.. The subject of my lecture Jones Owen James Anders, Carl A. McFashion, Elias Elsie Stewart. subject to tax who does not make return along the street. The sweepingis a total membership of nearly :300.

1 1 ,,y win be ''Twentieth Century Oppor- Prevatt. The following are persons who have in the time prescribed is goingto done with a large cylinder equippedwith On the coming! Fourth of July there

1 A: tnitiea. "H. W. COX. Class 5-(;. Totally and Permanently lied since registration day. regret it. heavy brushes, which can bet replace will be a picnic given at Lake Butler,
University Physically or Mentally Unfit for Sydney Franklin Biellintr, Forrest when worn. The city council to be known as the Columbian Wood.
ijM:: :I 'Dean Toachcr'a" College, Military Service \ssotus Shaller. S. T. Dowling, member of the boardof will shortly purchase a sprinkler to men picnic, and member. of the order '

: of Florida. Wallace Shallar, Vivian Allen Thaddi-us Carter Is said to ben county commissioners, from th be added to the equipment :for the from Alachua, Baker, and Columbia
.. lecture will be at the High George John Josiah Ward. army, though: no official report has Raiford section, was in the city Monday care of the streets lately paved with counties will meet with the member
*1 School: Auditorium as usual, and will! :McIIatton Ivey, who failed been made to that effect. brick. of Bradford in this celebration.
use*>> worth hearing. Plan to attend. The following persons .

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;: :t" 1__ ed in a heavy loss of life to ';.i nt of David, Lloyd George, the Brit
''''P tacking troops. Late 'i prime minister, of Great Britain's
l'tP"f!:; 'I, British organized a I aims, President Wilson has laid
[[ Week's Summary of the aJ recaptured the position. 1 I the American congress and the
There has been considerable I at large: the conditions which
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;i $ American considers I Ii tI
.... in the air and also continual government I a
ling between the big guns! as a i i absolutely essential aa the basis
4 M s Friday I transport Antilles with sixtysevenlives er that the war has not been | c a general peace.

On the battlefronts the Infantry continues foreshadowed a naval shake-up, Aside from this, however, I The terms! of the United, States are
w-'; virtually inactive but bombardments led to the direct connection of those tive quiet prevail. |,' in fourteen terse proposals, I j
of considerable proportions are I' two incidents. It was explained officially Tho Germans are !! : : freedom of the seas, the re- j 1I I t
takng place on various Hectors in Belgium today, however, that the decis- ducting changes in their back I j of all economic barriers the j
France and Italy. Nothing of ion to replace Admiral Fletcher had which lends support to the 1:, of national armaments, the
importance has occured on the Italian 'been made by Admiral Sims prior to pression that they intend to \j of all territories taken by I

front since tho driving of the enemy the sinking of the transport. offensive operations unless Teutonic allies, the righting of --
Sunday concluded shortly. I wrongs against Alsace-Lorraine, I II
from the western bank of the I'iave at ;
The food situation in the of Italy's frontiers ac i1t 1'
the Zenson loop gave the Italians full Military opinions of a major natureare
control of the right bank of the stream virtually at a standstill on all the countries of Europe is graver to lines of nationality, oppor-
Austro-German airmen are keeping fronts. None of the official state- has been at any time since the for the autonomous develop R
up their raids on Italian open towns, ments represents anything but minor ning of the war, and ia of the people of Austria-liun-
I-i the Ittest of which to be bombed being operations.A American ogvernment officials the establishment of an inde
yr Castelfranco Venito, where two hospitals dispatch from the Russian wireless concern. Oflcial reports Polish state and the general
_ were hit and eighteen patients ] service says that 25,000 German I treme food shortages in France of nations for mutual
I killed.If soldiers in the region east of Kovno land and Ittly. The fact that of political independence
a plan that has been formulated have revolted. German deserters tions in Germany and Austria territorial integrity of large and
by the British food controller is given state that in consequence of the government worse offers the only ground states alike.
e the sanction of the cabinet compul- drafting all soldiers below timism in viewing the situation.In The press of Germany and Austria- Dainty\ JLiR1lgerie
sory rationing shortly will be put into the age of thirty-five for dispatch to England and France the in editorial comment on the
effect in England to prevent wastage the western front, the aforementioned ton is described as critical in of David Lloyd George, is
i and conserve food supplies. number of men rebelled and marchedout blegram to the food that the terms as set :forth
n.' The virtual collapse of the negotiations of the battleline. today from Lord Rhodda, the the British premier as the basis For ladies undergarments that combine
between the central powers and They then entrenched themselves food controller, which concluded peace are not acceptable to the
the Russian Bolshevik! for peace and with rifles and machine guns againstthe these: allies. beauty and daintiness with .
the possibility that hostilities again I, other German units. The German "I view the situation with
high quality and low prices
may be resumed by the Russians on military authorities have been powerless anxiety. UC our
tho eastern front, even though with I, against the revolters and are try Tuesday YOUR NEED stock is unequaled.We .
only a comparatively small army have lag to cut off their food supplies. Russia will evidently continue ]MONEY
caused surprise and perturbation in When the German peace delegates negotiations with the central
.. Berlin and Vienna. arrived at Brest-Litovsk to resume ne- ';at Brest-Litovsk. A Berlin If church needs if have an attractive showing of corset
Realizing the seriousness of the sit- gotiations, they found no Russian delegates received in Copenhagen your money, or
T" .. uation the Berman and Austrian emperors there according to a Vienna Russia's representatives says are interested in raising money covers, chemises, combination suits, petticoats -
_, '" have conferred at length with dispatch to Zurich, forwarded by the Brest-Litovsk I any other worthy purpose, write
Monday and direct hand the of the latest de- II
this to
their chiefs and or clipping nightgowns, etc,
,,: of state tho German Exchange Telegraph Company. All negotiations were to be ( of Ladies' Aid
i.4. and Austro-IIuriKarlnn foreign minis- that awaited them was a telegram terday afternoon. Freign I the chairman your of Society, signs and from which we are
to
your Guild or patterns,
ters, who attended the peace negotiations from the Russians asking for trans- Trotzky accompanied the \
at Urest-Litovsk, have been sent fer of the negotiations to Stockholm. A British torpedo boat I pastor. No investment is requir sure you can make a suitable selection.
Just ask
for "church
R' ,(;; A: back there posthaste. probably for the Great Britain's war aims were set has been torpedoed tnd sunk I our plan"
I
P A j purpose of attempting to moderate tho forth by Premier Lloyd George in the Mediterranean sea, according full particulars will be sent im
? .
situation. broadest and the Address Advertising De Is Our Watchwordand I
:; at same timo most admiralty announcement state'm Courtesy
r,, ;i Not alone are Leon Trotzky and specific manner in which they have night. All of the officers of Calumet Baking Powder Co., I
Fillmore Our Standard
St.
r i'' Bolshevik foreign ministers, and the yet been, stated. In one of the most stroyer were saved but ten Chicago, Ill. Quality
01 t other loaders of tho counter revolution striking and comprehensive utterancesof of the crew were lost. .
',I in Russia utterly dissatisfied with the of war the premier made it clear Signs are not wanting that Out Malaria Dulls! Up System Cash
terms of the ponce propound of the what the British nation and empire battle will be fought in I Old Standard genera! utrpngthenlnir tonic, Department Store
central powers, but the heads of the I would regard as a just nnd durable France and 'j ',!ii TASTEUIinS! chill TUNIC.drives out
Italy. Intensive nt lie blootl.HncJhiiilf In upthevvH*
Gf'rmnnlo'ialist factions also have pence. This, ho declared must be duels in ', A true tonic. For..duiu and children.. bee Starke, Florida
are going on these
p i Volubly expressed. their antagonism achieved, l by> the re-establishmont of
zones day and night. Attacks
; to those sections of thorn which call the sanctity of treaties, territorial adjustments British I,
t positions southwest of
r for the retention of I'oland, Lithuania, on the basis of self-govern :
were repulsed with heavy '
t C'ourlnnd nail other territory now inpoRHPsxion ment and the limitation of armaments 1
likewise
was the raid J
against
_s"% of the invaders, guaranteed by international
un
1 organ- sitions of the French nt Verdun.
TroUky ns the mouthpiece of the ization.
Bnl.shcviki, has announced in unmis- Great Britain was not fighting/ said Bolshevik! was definitely
tnkaliln terms that the Russian workers (the premier, to disrupt Germany, destroy ening the fighting front! and Fertilizers for Spring-Order Now
,, will not accept tho peace proposals, Austria-Hungary or take Tur- help would be accepted from
y'; ;a' which he terms "hypocritical.' He key's capital or her home land from tente if the Russians were ...."*"

_ ,: asserts that if the central powers did, her. The desire, instnd, he insisted, fight socialists again.have'Meantime the The importance of ordering early your spring fertilizers cannot
: not agree to the free destiny of the was to turn Germany from her declared | be too strongly emphasized.
Polish and Lettish nations it would schemes of military domination to beneficent against the German plans of ]|
he urgently necessary to defend the tasks in the world and to set- tion as set out at the The railroads are overwhelmed with traffic-moving troops

Russian revolution. tle the territorial questions of the conference. and supplies, and hauling the increased tonnage of nearly every
Saturday war in a way that would do justice to Harry Luchenback, an J line of business. *
various nationalities steamer, was sunk by a
affected.
_ C% 1 I Although representatives the pence of conference the BoleheF between Thus, he indicated, Belgium must the war zone, eight of the crew Only a small fraction of the 60,000 cars ordinarily used to haul
bo restored reported missing. the fertilizer tonnage of the ,
viki government and the central pow- completely and reparation South will be available this season.
made to her as far ns possible WednesdayOn
1
_ ;
s ers was due to reconvene Friday' no
s l'' news has come through indicating must right tho wrong of 18iOthetaking' the fighting front there Is ::::::::mll::=::::::::::1:; Order early Use an ample supply ofmmif'in
,. ,, whether the meeting took place. Neither from France of Alsace-Lor- activity aside from artillery i \
V 'I i have there been any advices as to raine-an independent Poland must and small operations in the- ':: : ; ::: .:;:=;':::c-3;:; high-grade, dependable fertilizer. You

.1, whether tho difficulties in the way of be established, including all of Polish raids. In one of these small ii ARM -U R i' can afford to( be more generous than
reaching an agreement have been sur- nationality who desire to join in it; near Bullecourt, the Germans ,:"j-JJ usual, for today a barrel of potatoes or a
$ mounted or if concessions by either the peoples of such regions/ as Arabia, ed in entering a British trench 51 n=:mIllUIenra::=mmrr; box of fruit will buy more fertilizer than
'' I Aide making possible further negotiation.1 Palestine, Mesopotamia and I Armenia, later were driven out in a :: !ii i Eutc tile sin g :: in normal times.
i *, are intended.Dissatisfaction who have been under Turkish domina- tack, leaving prisoners in the g. Increase tile YIeld ii Armour fertilizers forsprmg are ready
1 with the proposals tion conditions, must have their separate national of Field Marshal Haig's men. i i f Haste NatalitybnproTC :!: !i g! ;fertilizers of proved crop-making l.
\ of the central powers apparently does and interests recognized; the wishes wise, several small attacks :: : i jj :i t ity-to meet every need of crop( and soil.
of Quality
tho natives toe
I, not obtain solely on the side of the of G..rMan French positions were repulsed. jil i U I : Get in touch with our agent today or
.. colonies
must be !
1. IWsVievik' :! government, but exists primarily regarded Although bad weather has i Ritiiitiiiiiiiuiiiti: : : -j:i write for special circular describing our
the
.
; among ti.: delegates! ;\ of the central by peace conference; the upon the Italian front, heavy Jl FERTILIZERS .j complete line. .
a powers ns well. Austria, Bulgaria claims of Italy for reunion for those bardments are in progress 4 ,:::
-.t) and Turkey are assorted to his disagreed of her own race and language must northern part of the line lo": I ::::;;:::::::::11.'...:::::II::::::::: '

I with the domineering attitude\ bo Sirloin regarded and [ ns vital; Roumani.i, Asiago plateau to the Piave ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS
?ur', of the Germans at the Brcst-Litovsk Montenegro: must bo I'C- :Monte Azolone, around which MANUt+ACT U HD a N-
!!' conference.The stored. All, the thl'sIInd other like adjustments guinary fighting occurred / ARMOUR FERIWORKS: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
premier showed, would
attitude of the German Racialists weeks ago, the Italians are '
against the demands of the central be carried out in accordance with tIe, I shelling the Austro-German JACKSONVILLE, FLA.N. .

r powers, especially those providing for principle of self-government, or he Following closely upon the
i consent of the governed the
the retention of Poland, Lithuaina, enunciation -
Courland and other of which may be taken as the key
occupied territory,
is sr
I -
note of his
n has forced the imperial chancellor to speech. This form of settlement I
he
refer to the situation before the main declared, should replacetho
v b committee of the reichstag. The chan old system of negotiations at n T. RITCH Pre.
__ : cellor's statement, however, was mere council table by a few schemers try I W. T WEEKS, Vice.Pre. J. H. RITCH., Casiher

ly a platitude and even loft to the undersecretary I ing to promote the interests of one I
q' for foreign affairs the' dynasty or another.
I task of outlining in the most perfunctory Regret that Russia was no longer Bradford County BankESTABLISHED
I style the trend of the negotiar fighting/ on the side of the allies wasexpressed
the
ions up to the time that tho recess by premier, who declared -
I Was taken nt Brest-Litovsk. only Russia's own people could
save her now from falling ultimatelyunder 1889
On the battle fronts tho
comparative -
; calm of the few Prussian domination.In Bradford
k past days continues beginning the County's Financial Stronghold
although in local attacks in the premier pointed
t. out ho was speaking not merely for
a Cambral sector the Germans, have the STARKE FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
r pushed back four British advanced British government. lIe had
posse for short! distances. The artillery been at pains to consult representative
opinion of all sections of thought before .
duels along the western front In
framing his utterances, and thus
g.tl France
and Belgium and also in Italy
was speaking the mind of the nation
1 :' are still going on, but the infantry it and the empire.
-
1 virtually( idle,

b ; fighting\ Again in there the has air been on the considerable western I The peace negotiations Monday between the i When you hunt for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.

,a front. The German war office aserts central] powers and the Bolshevik government You should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.

y that week the have German accounted aviators for twenty-three during the suspended"in Russia have by the been Germans."temporarily The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking

}. Allied airplanes and two captive bal II From the meager advices receivedit business.
I loons. French aviators have brought appears the rock upon which a continuation
We have
learned
,..,' down eight German machines. of the pour parlers split was not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more important

The American army in France is to the demand of the Russians that the HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.Your .

be reinforced by the American aviators conference be resumed at Stockholm, deposited in this bank
money not only works for
and but
,' who became famous as pilots in Instead of at Brcst-Litovsk. Dissatisfied you day night,] owing I
//q.I French escadrilles. Thirty-two men, with the proposals for peace made to our experience, it is SAFE.

mostly members of the Lafayette escadrille by the Teutonic allies before the recess Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping valuable
will be added to the first groupof of the Brost-Litovsk conference, your papers.
young American pilots nnd observers Leon Trotzky, the Bolshevik foreign t
to take instructions near the battle minister, had been insistent on the deliberations I I Condensed statement of the condition nt close of business Dec. 31st, 1917.
t front. being held en neutral soil I I
' \ Further proof of the sweeping instead! of at the German eastern \|I RESOURCES I
character of the powers vested in the headquarters. The Germans, however LIABILITIES
commanders-in-chief of the American had! been equally as firm in their Loans and Discounts $145,924.96
determination not to treat with the Capital Stock paid in 25000.00
naval and military forces on Europe
United States and
has been disclosed in connection Russians at any other place than Municipal Bonds 14,347.00 Surplus fund 10500.00 .

t with the return to this country for Brcst-Litovsk. I Claims and Other Resources 16,186.98 Undivideiprofits less paid 1,680.40

j*; duty of Rear Admiral William B. ,freezing temperatures continue to I j t Banting House, Furniture and fixtures 19500.00 Deposits' expenses
Fletcher, former head of the naval department hold the British front in an icy grip.; AU other Real Estate owned 390,841.93
y in French waters, and Mat. Many of the roads are imptasable to 7,237.61
r jor Gen. William L. Sibert, who commanded motor cars owing to snow drifts and Over-drafts secured and unsecured 337.68
the first American troops sent the fighting necessarily is desultory I Cash on Hand and in Banks 22 3.818.10TOTAL .
to France. owing to the weather conditions. The

The fact that Admiral Fletcher' re- Germans, however, are exceedingly I $428,022.33 TOTAL 428022.33
tarn to await assignment to duty, active, carrying out raids on various .
t. probably as commandant of an important parts of the line. I

navy yeard, coincided with Their exploit of yesterday' morning I j WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS. WE INVITE INVESTIGATION
publication of reports that investigation west of Bullccourt, in which they cap- I I
of the loss of the American army tured an advanced British post, result- ..,- - - -,.,- - - - - - - - - - - - -""
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FRIDAY JANUARY 11, 1918.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA. I'AGE THREE
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motors cf> the institution era nor any other hog disease. And
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I K.NCOl'NTEIlMT1I STEEL TRAP II I- EXAMINATION: : | the man with the hoe must win the the directions are very simple, just )

I war. About :$3,000.00 bus been raised about what you are doing, plus a few
" ** **" wMwnBuvramnwunMnftpmM I An unusual incident occurring several The> United States Civil Service and expended. It is necessary' to raise centsoilli of It. A. Thomas' Hog!

Fi I days ago m which Col. I). E. Commission has announced an examination ns' much again in order to plans Hope Powder in tho feed twice a week.
[Live State Newsl I Knight, of Clarke, took the lending to be held at Supp, Florida. on Hall\. on satisfactory basis> of opera Usually though( cholera gets in be-

: i part, was crowded out of our lust issue January 'JO, 1918, as a result of which tion. fore we know it. Then it requires ,
-------.- ._...J on account of lack of apace, but it is expected to make certification to e close attention to each hog;-each hog
Told by Our Exchanges. i we are giving it below in full: fill a contemplated vacancy in the position I PREVENT HOC CHOLERA must be dosed' -nnd if you will dose (
j Mr. Knight owns large bodies of of fourth-class postmaster at them ns directed, you will save' better ,
- - -- -- --- ---- -- land in the northern portion of the Sapp, Fla., and other vacancies as than III) percent. If you don't tho II.
i-Troops continue to arrive at Camp Flivvers county. A part of the land lies in they may occur nt that ollU-e, unlessit { Tho R A, Thomas Hog Powder has A. Thomas medicine costs you noth- y
belonging to J. Frank All- I
a record of 05 percent cures of Hog Wiv not distant manufacturer
the famous Lake Fisher It shall be decided in the interests of ing. some
of the swamp.
Johnston from all parts United dis and J. 11. Tntum, of DeLand, ,
State together came contains much valuable cypress timber the service to 1 fill the vacancy by re Cholera.\ If you feed your hogs a* pay your money> back./ Sold t.t
on North Boulevard Thursday I reefed t need fear hog 'Ii-I by J, W White A Son, SUirke. Flu.; .,a'fheaaanda
doing considerable damage to I I but the depth of the water there instatement.> The compensation of you never!
had prevented being made to the postmaster nt this epics!
both surveys was $193
Mr -
curs. Alldis :
+ One of the members of the negro was driving his -
ascertain his boundaries. Of late tho for the lust tincial 1
year.
car, while
minstrels Blossoms the Tntum car was driven
"Orange
I
by Miss water has been about as low as it will Applicants must have reached their
Pearl!
Tatum
killed his wife while exhibiting at with her brother -
J. 1'. beside her. J. I'. was thrown ever be and :Mr. Knight decided to twenty-first birthday on the date of .
Plant City.
through the windshield, breaking both have it surveyed on the day mentioned.A the examination, with the I'xc'ption'that ''
and line had been run north very in n State where women ore tie-1 I
The handsome Methodist church top bottom glasses; he landed on
slowly on account of the bad ground dared by statute to be of full for
the age
hood I
building at Madison was a mass of without a scratch. One of I of arras of oar Florida lands e l
and thick thorny undergrowth:\ anti all purposes at eighteen women __
the years
ruins Monday morning, as a result of wheels of the Alldis car was torn ijihifli will bo planted to Cotton and other
when at its termination the surveyor, eighteen years of age on the date of
off and tho Tatum 1I'leid Crop the coming season. Preparation
car dislocated its
-a fire which destroyed it Sunday night; radiator and :Mr. Lngorgren, arrived at an old trestle tho cxamnntion will be admitted. I a_ of Boll Is most ImjWrtaat and
lamps.
i Nu+
before o'clock.
N' beginning shortly 11 running cast and west, he decidedto Application must reside within the E should boirtn now. These new book

run an offset line east along the territory supplied by the post office -- ten how this should< be don and glTMc I
Punta Gorda may get a naval hy One of the seaplanes from the naval trestle, for the faster progress:\ of the for which the examination is announc- 1 I * droaeroplane station, is the latest rumor aviation camp, with two aviators', was work. The trestle was once built by ed.The 5- I IS ete. Free to xrowtr
from Washington. Gordantown forced to make a landing opposite the n cypress company for getting tho > examination is open to nil citizens WTLBON A TOOMER FEIITIIJZKU (X .
deserves all\] the good things that may Porter Dock Company's warf nt Key timber out, and consisted of two lines of the United States who can ; ssa MAAur.ctarere Idet FertlisentJacYaeov1Ue
4*, come its way. West The aviator navigating the of stringers of hewn logs, rotten in comply wlh the requirements. Florid I
machine pulled off several exciting places and almost hidden by wild rosebushes Application blanks Form 1753, and h

Sheriff Dishonor has started out to stunts' in the air in which he turned and young trees. Yet; being full information concerning the requirements -

enforce the new auto law to the let the machine over and over again, after straight and the footing dry, it wasa of the examination can be
'a which he caught himself and was godsend. The swamp abounds in secured from the postmaster nt the
ter. Several auto drivers were arrest
K ; ed in Arcadia Tuesday night for not back on his regular (course when all otters'; and the trestle being a favorite place of vacancy or from the United -- -- --- - - -
01 a sudden the machine stopped and resort of these animals, it is used fora States Civil Service Commission,
kCr, having tail lights on their autos. took a downward trend, whereby he trap line by trappers. Wherever it Washington, D. C.:

r was forced to take to the water conking crosses a deep pool of water a recessis Applications should! be properly executed I SEE6POT A TOES
ww The Atlantic Coast Line station at a safe landing, and neither of the cut in tho top of a stringer, a trap and filed with the Commission'

Lakeland burned to the ground Tues- occupants of the seaplane or the ma- net' there and covered with mous. at Washington, I). C., at the earliest MAINE GROWN SELECTED SEED
day morning of last week. The fire chine being damaged. The otters walk on the stringers from practicable, date. I
9 is supposed to have originated froman one pool to another in quest of fish, SpauUing'H No. 4 Rose, Early Red lilies Triumph, Utah, Cobblers.

oil heater. The Rabbit Foot Minstrels were in and are caught in the traps. Sometimes lope Hall and Industrial Farm for Wo arc now ready to receive orders and make contracts for November, 4
I Fort Lauderdale last Wednesday and I bobcats come and cut the otters December and January Delivery
More than 3.B75 cows were dipped their band, all colored people, gave a caught and traps are set for them, too Released 1'rlnoners. In Operation Write for prices, stating quantities and varieties wanted. Our seed
+i in the dipping vats of Polk county concert on the streets at the noon 'I Mr. Knight and his son, Hollis, were Near Hampton, .1.... potatoes are the highest; quality Maine Crown selected seed. We are .
familiar with the conditions! in Florida and seed! stock Is selected.
hour. the chainmen, the latter being at the our
last month, according to John M. During the concert the band
'ou) should' plant Maine Grown seed for best results.
Keen, inspector for the northern dis- played the national air, "Tho Star front end. The surveyor went ahead Can the state of Florida afford toispennc
WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE SEED CATALOGUE
trict of Polk county. Eight vats operated Spangled Banner," and during all that and whenever he found a bunch of with the economic value of a

'4s by him have been successful. time every negro showman and many moss on a stringer he warned his single citizen? This great question E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.Corner
chainmen Once .
against traps. a trap
of the negro laborers of our city stoodat finds its answer in Florida !Hope Hall
was found, apparently set' for a cat, Newnnn Jacksonville Fla.
and Hay,
attention with heads uncovered
A petition has been filed in Palm mil Industrial Farm, located near
while the crowd of whites who as some chicken entrails were tied toa Oldest Established and Largest Seed<< house in the State
Bradford
among Hampton
County. The
Beach county to disbar O. S. Miller, bush beside it. Hollis I
were listening to the concert stepped over above -- -- --- - -
scarcely named institution was extnblmhil
1' a practising attorney, alleging efforts -
it and himself'
slowly pushed througha --- -
one-half removed their hats. Many through the immediate efforts' of
to obstruct- the enforcement of the
brake of bushes. He
draft law, dishonesty, deceit, stood with hands in their pockets and rose went on Major and Mrs. L. A. Odom, of the
conduct and perjury.unprofessional i talked aloud, others laughed at the till he thought he had gone; too far, Volunteers of America. They now occupy rw-. ._ -:-_ =-2; ;: -:- -:::--=-=--00:=_- 9
then found the chain loose.' While Mr.
negroes who stood l uncovered in
< honorof the positions of State Superintendents -
the flag while others paid little'or Knight could\ not be seen, his voice These' good people the
are
I$ The second legal hanging to be car- no attention to what was going on. was heard as if vehemently scolding' special representatives of Mrs. Maud Favorite Fertilizers
ried out in Pasco someone. It was thought he was try-
county was performed And yet these same men would be insulted lullington Booth, who enjoys the distinction -
Friday afternoon in the jail yard, if they were accused of either ing to loosen himself from the thorny of being the world's greatest
when Edgar London, a negro convicted ignorance or disloyalty. bushes, but presently he was heard prison reformer. The provoncc of Hope .

of murdering his wife, wag hanged byeheriff --- calling Hollis to him. hall[ Is to safeguard the course of discharged arc BEST for
I. W. Hudson. What had happenef\.was\ this: Tho
LOOK WELL TO THE COUNTRY "flag" had off the prisoners; guiding them into
come marking pin
COTTON CORN SUGAR CANE
ROADS lonor and usefulness.] It i is difficult ,
A gentleman from Orlando, driving he was to stop by, and in searching to estimate the great worth of such anTort. I and SWEET POTATOESYou
for the he
a large automobile, went off' the head pin inadvertently stopped' ('( It constitutes! a service of high
of the city dock at Green Cove Monday Our people will be fortunate if, In into the trap. lie was caught by the constructive endeavor! in the t field of want the Best of course. There arc Speical
night. Man, car and all went into the drive after a record production in heel, and no mistake. The trap had moral! economies, to say nothing of
about ten feet of water. The car was all lines, they keep well in mind the two strong springs' and the jaws were Its immense value to the taxpayers Formulas to meet your needs. Write for full information 1

., gotten out Wednesday apparently un great importance of good roads. Good provided with a set of "good and suf- of the state considered purely from a about fertilizer for I
damaged, and the driver had a cold roads are, in fact, one of the prime ficient" teeth. A man not so quick financial standpoint. Farming is not any crop.
,"" bath. lie thought he was on the road factors of success in our efforts to witted would have thought he had only a sovereign remedy to heal the ''
to Jacksonville. exceed all former productive records. been caught by a 'gator; and sought blight of prison walls and fit them for INDEPENDENT f -I
The farmer who, after harvesting a safety in flight, but Mr. Knight instantly the greater responsibilities of life, butt
short of terror-stricken bumper crop, attemps to move that realized what was the mutter is n vital factor in the stupendous FERTILIZER COMPANY
Nothing are crop to market over poor roads, soon and grabbed hold of a pine saplingfor struggle: of making the world safe for
the residents of Tallahassee as a result finds that he must sacrifice a large support. Had it not been for this emocracy. Therefore Hope Hall features JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

of a long series of burglaries in percent of his profits in reaching the friendly sapling being at hand, he agricultural pursuits. The pro- = -=:: _-: :- ,_-:. .:-:. >---
_ of the =: -:: -
practically every part city, extending market with ---= : : ::: -
his wares. The lum er. might not have been alive now to enjoy -
?.4 over a period of some three man who has cut a choice lot of material the'adventure, for he would have -- - - -- -----

weeks. Every night during that time, finds he must give up tho lion's fallen into the deep water head foremost --- -- ---- -- ------- P
without exception, one or more houses share of his profits in getting his stuff hanging by the chain with which I ..
have been broken and entered, and on to the railroad. The same holds goodin the trap was secured. He tried to get ,
some nights as many as half a dozen. all lines-poor roads mean a wasteof loose' by unlacing his shoe and pulling .. '
The thieves have made way with valuables energy; good roads, conservation of his foot out of it, but without success

of various kinds. energy that may be profitably employed -the trap was made to hold! its prey.

in more production. He then called his son, and while he
Wednesday afternoon Master Spencer The temptation for slackness in this trod on one spring with his free foot, Fertilizers I
Cullen, the youngest son of Mr direction grows greater all the time Hollis put his whole weight; on the
." and Mrs. C. S. Cullen, of Ocala, was Thousands of our workers have gone other spring, and release from an 1 tesToei
+ badly burned about the face and eyes to the army; other thousands have awkward predicament came at last. _
by an explosion of gun powder, which been drafted to take
their places in As the thing had to happen, Mr. ARMOURSCOTTON
.f tie and several other little boys had the industries. Labor in all lines isat Knight might be congratulated on being -

-t, put in the ground and lightedwith a a premium.The caught/ in a trap set for the king For
match. Master Spencer leaned over people of this country, however, 01 the denizens of the swamp Instead Spring
the hole to see if the powder was going have never known the meaning of the 01 in a measly otter or coon trap. As
to catch fire and as he did it exploded words "defeat" and "failure". They the trap was located where no Starke DER ittzERS, e
in his face. must not learn at this late day. A lawyer could reasonably be expected

determination on our part that the industrial to take a promenade, there are no

The yard engine of the A. C. L. at life of the country must not grounds for a damage suit against a JdINiOMY Al't.fU Order Now !
Palatka went wild on Tuesday night; and shall not deteriorate will work the trapper who "owns" the "line." F

and ran down the Laurel street trackto wonders. Hitherto only a very small .- "., ,1

the buffer next to the Times-Herald percent of the national energy has :IISSIONARY! ): EDUCATIONAL ''
building, which was smashed before been> devoted to the sterner question CONFERENCEThe : ''- JI
the locomotive came to a halt. How 01 making a living. We have had
the engine is one of the abundant time for all the varied interests -
teries. Had got the away speed been greater mys-, of life. Now, however, some Missionary Educational Con- Don't wait until the last minute to order spring fertilizers. yR

it would have demolished that part of of those interests must take second ercnce-one of the three Annual! Delay will surely mean disappointment and loss. j. r
the Hart block occupied by the Times- place. The demands upon our time Conferences' held at Winter Park-
Herald. and energy are such that more and will begin Jan. 28th, and continue until The railroads are overwhelmed with traffic. Their resources

more we must cut out the frivolousand Feb. :3rd. are severely strained in moving troops, supplies for)

Following a report made to Sheriff phases devote of life.ourselves to the serious This of is oil a denomnations Conference for and young is people held- our army and our allies, and hauling the increased tonnageof

W II. Dowling of Duval county a We can find the time and the means under the auspices of the Missionary nearly every line of business. .
few days ago by residents of the Bald- and the labor to keep roods to who
our up educational Movement expect to
win section, a raid was made upon the the standard of efficiency. We must, make this on a par with, the Silver Ordinarily fi>,OOO cars are used for the fertilizer tonnageof : .' *

suspected place by deputy sheriffs, detectives if a large part of our energy is not Bay, Blue Ridge and other Conferences ') the South. Only a fraction of this number will be available ,

Two white, soldiers men brought and county a sample officers.of to be'wasted. held under their leadership.The and none can be obtained except for use when loaded to 1,
Winter I'ark Conference com-
the the sheriff that maximum capacity.Never .
stuff to they alleged -
limes the features of a school, an Inspirational
TilE SAME: IN PALATKA
obtained from the reported (
they gathering and a vacation before did. the
place a few days ago. They said it use of good fertilizer mean greater ,

was made from sugar cane skimmings. Palatka Residents' Speak Out For the outing.The courses of study offered will profits for the farmer Never did the production of good 'i 1

Welfare of the Public.It be of special\ interest to Pastors, S. S. crops mean BO much to the nation. In times like these no !

Mangua Ram, a Hindu, who has Superintendents and Teachers, District man can afford to risk producing inferior crops through ina ;
been, in the Duval county jail for sev- IB just the same In Palatka a* in and State ff ors, Bible Study bility to get fertilizer.
eral months as a federal prisoner, Starke; u..r friends there speak out leaders Servants of the King-and

suicided early Friday morning by in the same glad, earnest way as so anyone interested in a better citizen-. '--.

hanging himself in his cage. lie used many grateful Starke men and women ihip.CurioH Avoid disappointment and loss. -
his turban as a noose to cause death. have spoken In these columns for costumes and scenery will -
Ills lifeless body was found yesterday years past. be exhibited.The Help conserve the transportation I
morning by Jailer Abel J. Roberts,, W. C Bryan of the firm of Bryan afternoons will be used for recreation facilities of the country. Order

when he was making his rounds of & Austin, well known grocers of Le- -tennis'', walking, driving, .. your fertilizer now for spring use. ARM 0 U R j
inspection. No statement of any sort, man and Eleventh streets Palatka, canoeing, the story hour, etc.
either in English or his native tongue, Fla., says: "I was annoyed for some Further information may be obtained Your dealer can supply Armour

was left by Ram to show the cause of time by a deep seated pain right over from the Missionary Educa- fertilizers-high-grade, dependa. Enrich the Soil
kidneys and it made my back sore tion Movement, New York City-or
his rash action. I my ble goods for cotton and all other
and lame, when I first got up in the from Miss Edyth Bainter, Kingston, Increase the Yield
morning. The kidney secretions passed Fla., Secretary of the Winter Park crops. See him today Hasten Maturity !
Uncle Sam's fighting forces probably too frequently. I began takingDoan's Board. I
will be one man stronger as the Kidney Pills and I wasn't longin Booklet describing Armour Improve the QualityERTILIZERS

result of a fall by Willie Morrell, of) finding out their merit, for they Mrs. Ella Vason McClellan has just Tyf- fertilizers for spring U Ie'
can bo had at dealers
your
who had been deaf "
Fensacola. Morrell, fixed me up In good shape. shipped to St. Lucie county carload 7XT* or will be mailed from this!
and dumb for fifteen years, was on his Price COc at all dealers. Don't limply
of her fine pedigreed cattle, raised in office free on request f
way to town to fill out a questionnairewhen ask for a kidney remedy-gel Leon county, one of the best cattle ,
he stumbled and fell. The Doan' Kidney Pills-the same that producing ciunties in the state, if not Armour Fertilizer Works
shock of the fall restored both facul- :Mr. Bryan had. Foster-Milburn; Co., in the South. -
Morrell continued his journey Buffalo N- Y. ((34) Jacksonville, F I.. '
ties. Props., The plow is the key to the earth's t_
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where he filled
to the judge's office treasury, and the key should not remain -
claim
out the papers and refused to idle in the hands of the farmer.
exemption although he la Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11 1918.
BRADFORD COt; ,.... TELFG A?'it. STARK FLORIDA. ,
PACK FOUR _
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i Report of the Condition nfTHE by me: $
rum CROSS:; KNITTING:. :-. CLASSICS:! !Miss I Daisy> Lewis spent last week- RAIFORD.School !: UVSK! OF MTAKhK: I W. E. Thornton of 8 mere on my place 6
weal
Florida at the mile Lawtey Florida
Bradford Starke. In the State of formerly the
at .
County TelegrapliFubliHhrd id at home with relatives. clone of biiHlneai lice 31, 1017.Itraourrel O. I.. Alvare. placo on Stark anil Sandere.m
!I'rof. N. Hall, who taught here last rond) : $100.00. .
after -
- -- Next Monday afternoon, at twi. hero shaking hands with opened Monday morning nilli. Hfcclmblu __u__ __-_..___. ..I8S.021.S4 S. H. Set, 8 acre on S. Griffin ImnroMTnuntabout )
Wei'kly, and rnteri'd an UPC- hirty several knitting dawn will I Irganized rm, was : last week.A the teachers and pupils had rdrirta. ..____. .___u_.. --- 2"<)1. 21'i.itnl 1'i', miles went of Flat lord t on New
lends few days of : __ Hi\ir 150.00.
a Stiitcutnls, Liberty Ixmn 1000.00 :
of th vacation. I )
4. end claNs mutter at the pout-office at in different parts play will be rendered here next a two-weeks' .4111)... County : : own. At their homes the followm'adies ! school Mr. J. O. Brooks, who has been Ittinlmitr), HoiiHe. furniture anti ."ix... 8. 22.0\l\ > weat of Elierbee, Florida : $12C.OO
Sturke. Florida. ; will teach knitting free ohurge > riday evening at the building, :pending a two-weeks' vacation with C ther KvnI .:mto ... -- .._...____ 714.G6U" ieorire 'Austin. 4 acre on KK; or SIC''., of
v the advanced pupils of the Little to .. from Incorporated\ Banks _.__ 27,0211.80 NW''., S.... 85. Twu. B S. R 22 East: : $7li.OO.
: Mrs." J. M. Truby, Mrs. A. M dchool. The title of the play lis parents here, has returned Chick and "KxchnnKea; for ClvurinwS.472: Scott Strong allan Scott Shoriir. 6 acrea on
} S. MATTIIKWS; Editor and Owner. I Darby) Mrs. C. L. l'el'k.IrH.! T. I) prings Facksonville, where he will resume Cuxh.un* Hand. _.._u________...___ fi.71S.04 SW 14 of NE Vi of SEVi: \ Sec. :21$, Twp. 0 3.

J. C. KOUINNON:-. :. AftHociutc Ixlitor.J9I8 Clark (at the residence of Mrs. N. I 1) "Pumkin Ridge The public is in- his studies in school. County Warrant _...._ _-._.. n' 1471.67 Range, 22 East. and: $100.00.
Said note mortgage In
ted, to attend. ---- are handwriting )
Wainwright.) If you wish to knit fo The Ladies. Aid Society of the Free- The A. D. Andrews Mercantile: Co. Total __.__...______________$136,884.66 and will be open to ohibit at the time
the Red! Cross, phone to one of th has dissolved partnership, each stockholder Llabllttlei : and place of ale for Inspection thereof. Said
above named ladies and make Fill Baptist Church will give an en- Capitol !Stock Paid In __..._...__.115.000.00 instrument have all been recorded In the office
_ JAN LTARX an en < removing his stock to separate __... of the Clerk of the Circuit of Bradford .
.rtainment and box supper on Friday Surtilua Fund _.'_. __..____ 8,000.00Undivided Court
iriiKement. Yarn will be: furnisher"free The will tuildings. ) 1'rofltii (Lean Expends county, nt Stake, Floats, during the
.r M to those who knit for the ReH ight, January 25. program J. II. Denmark, one of Raiford's and Taxe .Paid) ______._________ 828.48 year 1M7.
I a published in next week's issue. Individual Depoiita Subject to Cheek 07.807,28Time LORENZO A. WILSON.
Cross; needles for sale at reasonable ;verybody cordially invited to par. leading merchants, has sold out his Certiflcau-a, of Dmwalt _____.. 13.203.07 W. M. MASON
prices. I usiness and accepted a position withA. Caahier' Checks OuUtanding270.00 Partner trading! aa WilsonMtmon pa

-.-- -._ cipat I). Andrews. Savings Depoiita ..."_ .___._ ... 3,248.62 Company..
Death of Mrs. Beasley January 10. 1018. .

6 739101112 PUBLIC NOTICEAll Mrs. Beasley, who has been a suf'crcr To the regret of its many friends, Total __.________.__.____.__U 3G.8G4.6GS. LORENZO W. BALDWIN. -
the Raiford Cafe, operated by J. C. .... of Florida County of Bradford ... : Attorney for Complainant. l-H-24
for the of tuberculo-
past year I. T. I!. Ilnlllican. Caahier of the above-
151411527I28I29130T31 parting }holding checks Jjivcn by is, died at the home of her father, McLendon, will close down January named bank do aolemnly awear that the abovetatvment -
__ __ 1 last 16th, as Mr. McClendon is intending la true to the beat of my knowledge
the A. D. Andrews Mercantile Company fr. Dan Hall, pear thiij jlace, .nd U'lluf. A FAMILY

20121122 124123126I7B8I19 will please carry them to the : ':.unday. Interment wa! made at New >to farm T. H. HAt.LIOAN Cnahlor.
!Messrs.. D. C. Cason M. C. Roster, S. Matthew. A.
1 last Her CORRECT-ATTEST: E.
them lope Monday.
I banK and get cashed at once, as cemetery <
__ J. P. Bryan, P. B. Byrd, J. S. Hall M Darby John Uglow. Director. MEDICINE
tusband died last with the
September
the A. D. Andrews Mercantile Company : Sitbaeribed and aworn to before are this
_ has ''erne dreaded disease. They leave ind A. J. Hobbs made a business tripto Bth day of January 1918.
: dissolved.A. Jacksonville Monday. V. E. KNIGHT Notary Public. -
D. ANDREWS. mly one little boy, 5 years old who
be taken Beas- S. A. Bryan, who has been in the In Her MolLet' Home. Saj Tlui
'All things come to him who waits." I .sill care ; :i;;>; MrJ!! : .mercantile! business :-OTICII; 1
snort time
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_ Yes, even sugar! card are within the NIGHT MARSHAL A; ;;; parents, PI!'. and Mrs. Hall. Betides 1 vest of tho posloifice for has a moved to Notice I I. hereby given that at Georgia Lady, Regarding Black-
of I I I these near! relatives! Mrs. Deas- Florida. In front of the Lawtey Relief From Head.
ronga posuibility. BEFORE COUNCIL 'he location formerly held by J. II. en the. 22nd day of January. 19111. at 8 Lawta.y.\\ Draught .
-- 'ey leaves to mourn h'r: death two I Denmark .In the morninit. we will *ell the ache. Malaria Chills Etc.
-- brothers and two sisters, Mr A. Hall mortiraKeH aecurlnir same herein act I
Clothes do not always make the ;Tututluy night at tho meeting; of ,f Lukens; Mr. Dave Hall, of ;ihi.inlace ; Mrs. Dora Tison is quite ill at this which have been pledited to u* by H. B. .Taek.1 i --:-:-' .
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. ___ %' Often it 1 is the' "dust" in the the the of H. Austin vritlng, which is regretted by her oon and W. F. (;Godwin partner I. ..
____ man. city founeil, case ; Mrs. Hunter, of Lake Butler, der the firm name. and atyle of Jacksoniodwin > fiinggoicl. ua.- lira. Chas. Qastoff
pockets of the clothes that turn the night rilurshal charged with being intoxicated and Mrs. J. W. Surroncy, of near many friends, who hope that she wiH ( to lecure certain overdue 'notm made I I of this place, writes: "I am a user

trick. on Christmas eve while on this place. The community extend to icon recover. by them to ua .",1'eured before that body. Miss Donah DrownIng, Mr. S. II. and mortgage. fcr'.Gw 1I..ed. Each note and It was ono of our family medicines.
duty, Was brought the bereaved family their heart-felt mArl,.!**! SecurIng Name are on the came aheetof I
._ Government control of railroads, Mr. Austin admitted to the council sympathy.! Moore and son, Shepherd, made a paper. Each note la anode payable to Also in rnr mother's home when
Woman suffrage unil! national prohibition. that he had taken a few drinks on the .. trip to Jacksonville Wednesday morning Jnckpnn & Godwin; and by them endoraed naIgned > was a child. Wtea any of in child-
.. and delivered" to u. a* a pledKe to complained of headache usually
,' William J. Bryan ought to be night in question, but that he had not in their Overland car. aeeure their said note to ".. The enid! note t ren caused constipation, she gave uaI hOt
by
feeling ;fairly well.-Ocala Manner. drank to excess, and the testimony of HAMPTON. Miss Helen Nauright, after spending and mortiratrea art notea of the followingnamed {I a dose of Black-Draught; which would
for the follownir named puma
+ witnesses showed that he only the holidays< with her parents, returned ppraona In the
was Often
: .. - pnyablo on or bpfnre the flrat dny of October rectify the trouble.
, v Instead of putting slackers in jail, slightly intoxicated. The council reserved Miss Georgia. Mott of Plant City, is to Lake City to resume her 1117. and! aecured' 1 by the entire cotton crop Spring. TVS would have malaria and
why not send them to Kussiu? Then studies. Miss Nauright is memberof of the maker or mBk... Upon! tho entire 11117 kind
a iroublea of this we
', its decision in the matter until the guest of her brother, J. II. Mott.J. cotton! crop upon; the land dealtrnated. namely: chills or
, ,_ _ _ 4 we will bo saved the trouble and expense its next regular meeting night. Ed Byrd, of Raiford, was a visitor the graduating class of the Lake S.: A. William) 4 acres on Lot 6l. S..... 18. would take Black-Draught pretty regular -
: of feeding them. City High School. T'-p< n S. Ita"". 22 E. ; JOO.Oil. until the liver acted well, and
:, here the week. I
during past Miss\ Annie Maude Hendricks, of H. W. Slkea. Lots H7. 88. 43: or 44. See 18. we would soon be up and around
W. A. Bowen' and wife of Brooklyn Twp. ft S. Stooge 22 East $128.00.
CARD OF THANKS: : We would not be without It,
sake of the ocean'scalm again.
We trust for the Lake City, spent the holidays here A. H. Ilnrley 10 acres on W half of SE
:, that the "Lizzies" Mr. Ford were shopping here Wednesday. with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. quarter of SB ciuarter' and S half of SE quarter -, for It certainly has saved us lots of
( Government Special Agent, Carl 1\[. of SE quarter of SE quarter and SW qunr, 1 doctor bills. Just a dose of Black-
builds for the ocean lanes will not rat I wish to sincere thanks R. II. Weaver.
express my
Brubaker, of Jacksonville, was hereon ter of SW quarter) of KK quarter and SE Draught when not so well saves Slot
tIe and jolt like those we ride in over and appreciation of the pretty watch official business :Miss Beatrice Boney, of Ocala, visited quarter, of SE qunrter, of SW quarter of See of days In bed." .
our brick alleys.-Tampa Tribune. fob presented, to me by friends Monday.J. Mr. and Mrs. Clem I'urvis during 27 Twp. 6. S. Itnnice 22 East : 1:100.00.: I
._______ my II. Pratt, of Jacksonville< was A. J. Starlnv. :t acme on SW quarter of Thedford's Black-Draught: has been
_ _ _ the ladies of tho "note reading, class." shaking hand with friends here Wed the holidays.Mrs. }on: quarter of NW quarter of Sec. 21. Twp. S. In use for many years in the treat
Another worthy charity in Florida I shall enjoy using it in remember- S. B. Denmark and daughter, S. Knniro 22 .;,,"1 *;jO.OO.; | ment of stomach, liver and bowel .
that appreciate) and iit-odn the mip- ance of such loyal friends. nesday. Mamie, returned last Tuesday from 1". M. Tlrndlfy A nci-ea. nn 2 acre" on my. troubles, and the popularity which it
,. Mrs. W. B. Roper returned to Jacksonville place In NIC cor. of NK qillirter of NW quarter
_ _ _ port of generous pcopli' is I Hope Hall I, MRS.V.. n.! LAW. Mulberry, where they had been visiting Si*. 2'I. Tv.p. B S. Han ire 22 G. and 1 acre now enjoys Is proof of Its merit
,t the home-farm: maintained, by the Sal during the week, after spending friends' and relatives. on SK ntiarter, of !SR' quarter) or SW quarter.Sec. '; If your liver Is not doing its duty
--- the holidays with relatives here. 22 'l'W6 S Range 22 Kn: .t 550.l"))". will suffer from such disagreeable -
., vation Army for friendless, ex-prison- Miss Willie Wallace of Hawthorne .,. ... :you
:NOTI<'!: K CJreen 1.c. on the W hnlf of SRiuarter
_ _ %I. 1 ', (.f\ ,. of tho state prison farm. It I is. located Broadus Hurdin, who spent the hol- a member of the High School faculty, <, of NW quarter S.... :22, Twp n, S. symptoms as headache, bUloueI -
Flu. The City Light and Water Plant idays. with his parents here returned, Kanue 22 East : $100."". \ ness, constipation.< Indigestion, etc.,
_ near I Hampton and moneyor to Jackijonvillelof1day: where ho has returned Sunday, after spending the J. C. J 1'revntt, K octet on W'u' nf SW, nfNT.Vi and unless something Is done, semiotic
.. supplies went to that nddrcss will has discontinued the sale of lamps. holidays with her parents. of Sec. 22, Twp. C, Kan no 22 East : trouble may result.Thedford's .
be sincerely uPl'rel'illtl'd.-\liuml' : : In tho future they will be Bold! by iiguin entered l business college. He :Miss Lottie Warren, who is tench- $2110.011.) I Black-Draught: has been
was accompanied by both Newsom S. M. SIn..'". It fierce, on Lot 29. Sec 29, I
Still ke Hardware Co.jIO.MKMADK.
tropolis. ing at Mcintosh returned there Sun Twp. /H !t. It. 22 R 4Ii.OI)). I found a valuable remedy for these
Witt and
.,. .: .- Clyde Mullady. who have Joe Thornton, 10 ncrea on J. R. Roater'. troubles. It is purely vegetable, and i
entered college there. day.Messrs. place About 3-4 of u milo ennt of the ReddinirIlrldKe {
(loot,! roads advocates are becoming acts In a prompt and natural way.
; ) : !SUGAR: School : Herbert Ritch and Tate on Slarkc and Snnderaon road About
reopened Monday morning I the liver to Its
numerous in Suwannce County. Nearly Denmark were visiting friends in the 6 milea went of Lawtey. l-'lorlda : 10000. regulating I proper
4 every day we hear talk of men who James Hornshy, one of Starke's with a fllia attendance.A E. C. JohnS 2Lj, acre on lot 44 or 63 Sec. I functions and cleansing the bowels of
want the bonded for hard well known farmers, has left at the .A Culbreth, formerly of Starke, county seat Saturday. 10. Twp. B S R. 22 Eaat '10.00. impurities. Try It. Insist on Thedford's -
; county Bank of has !Miss Jessie Mac Baiaden, of Starke, Fompey Pndtrett. 8 ncrea on hla own place the original and genuine. B 111
feed
Starkc samplo of homemade opened a large and grain
rouds, and from their chatter, it seems is visiting her Sea 32 Kanita 4i 22 S. jolninic the Holloa andJonninirs
grandparents Chief
that Suwannt'o is in line: to be the sugar/ that classes! right up with store here, and- is being well patron lanA ; $120.00.N. .
the unrefined ized. has and Mrs. S. B. Denmark, thiV! week. Butler. Sr., 6 acre on NEt4 of NWV
that Hampton
: has needed
been long
'_ 7 next county to vote homla. for u good, sugar a !Misses Delia Beilling and Ruby of SW V4 Sec. 23, Twp. 0 S. Rang 22 East; '
permanent system of highways. The selling in the; stores during the sugar store of this kind. Roberts $78 00. H
benefits derived. therefrom will shortage. J. O. O'KI'<,fe, car Inspector here: returned Sunday, after spending J. S. Math! II acre.* on ME) Vt of SW%
be mu- is the holidays in I'rovidence and Sea. 22, Twp. 1 ft S. R 22 E. : 20000.
L- tual to every citizen in the county. away on his annual ...eation. Lake Butler. D. IN Hilliard 8 acre on William Redding A

r r We must and will have these roads. CHURCH/ SERVICES SUNDAY." A. A. Durden and wife were business :Mr. place near IteddtnK Brltltre. croaalng of New -
Frank W. Webb of
: visitors in Jacksonville Grover- River Share crop one-third nf cotton and one- S
: 4 What do you say about it ?-Live Oak The usual services will be held in Tuesday. Stuart Drug Co., Jacksonville, was in fourth of corn ease to W. M. Redding, ownerof
Misses Clara ,
Citizen. and Willie Hilton left 'land ; $11)0.00.M. ) ). R
the Starkc, churches Sunday. Lack of Tuesday for Lake Butler, after spending town Tuesday.Miss 1 L. Hilliard. K acre on Jeff ,John place
space prevented us from publishing week with friends Annie Vivian Graham has returned about 6 milea went of Law Ie)'. Florida on
r .' Tho Times-Union extols the commanding each notice a here. home Starke. anil Sanderson road ndjoining the
heretofore. lifter
officer of the encampment at separate as I The many friends, of llennn C. spending several Audunon, plnce and now occupied and tended I HARDWAREW
days in Starke visiting.. friends and t
Wynu to know
Waco, Texas, for having commandeer- I n-jfiTt that he i is still relatives.

.t' c(1 "U the uniforms in the stores of BROOKS nun :ttTGR.Ii confined to his bed I by the stroke of Rev. PLANT PECAN TREES.I .
S. I.
d that city when ho founil. that the ml.'g.', --5- OF' .F. :NORMAN: :. paralysis, which he recently suffered. [- of the First Hondrix:M. E.who church will lie South pastor W }

_... _1fi..11 1 tinder his command ,'.ic: \vithoiit Wednesday. W. G. Brooks, who recently The Clifton Comedy Co. left Tuesday for the coming filled his first, iinve made arrangements with a

,, proper clothing; We join in the cho- sold out his store to J. II. for Molrose after having entertained appointment Sunday.year reliable nurseryman to buy of him the A

i"olt'r _JUSr-krt1";! t wo"i .think. the corn'rnander Stansell, of Lulu ,purchased the store the citizen here for one week.: best varieties of Florida crown bud-

owned I by I.'. L. Norman, Walnut The Company is composed of I< ded trees nt the
1. at Camn Johnston should be, corner nopol or the Comlltlftn of pecan following; pri-

______________1:. -,- -c 4-, \ overlooked) -passing: around tho and Ninth streets, and will! conduct man and ladies, and have pntle'l THE HKIUFOKU! COUNTY: II.SKI.t I ces to-wit: Trees to 5 feet high, 50 R 1
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>rt ,,, prane! if what we have heard i is true the store along his usual pro-1 dorsement Of nil who attended their { Sturkt.bu.I"In ihs...Sinte".c.mb.of Florida, 3 HI.. at 1917.the cloneof I cents; 5 to 7 :feet high, GO cents; 7 to

grcssive lille.I. exhibitions. U..our. I 9) feet high, 75 cents. I
e! heard some time that he '
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.... inandecred, the entire nfco .Jacksonville --'-----.'S Kev. L. A. Lewis, of Lake Butler \ l.oyn m IVnl E.tnii- --. "-------5 65620.00 I ILo..ruo Anyone wanting trees please let me I E
I. will ill his regular appointments; at on Collnti'ral Security other know the number and of trees .5
Supply of blankets when: it was found than Iral Faint<- . ..-.. 82102.01 I variety :
BROOKER.Mr. {
the Baptist Church next Siitunlnv, All other Loum nnU) linciMintti) ONrlfl'J.l1:\ wanted as once, ns the supply is limit-
,
_ that the camp sunply was not sufllcifnt I evening 7 o'clock, and Sunday (,".....Inn. .-.-__" 877.81 ed. Trees can be planted from now C. Jones
insure the of his
comfort .
jo men. State County nnil Municipal floods 2010.00)
Since hearing thin we have been pointing and, !Mrs. E. L. Crosby and morning and evening at the regular Other Homl. I.lhcrty I.onn .- 12347.01:\ until :March 1st. I
I daughter, Ruby, were in Lake Butler hours. The public is cordially invited. Illinklnir lion,,. Furniture anti) lists" 111 00.00)) N. D. WAINWRIGHT,
t :V : to him as just the sort of officer Other Km I Entitle .__ 7237.6 Starke Florida
0 ",- that ought to be in command nt all Tuesday shopping.The Clnim nml! other J{,.........,... llrnufiml -- 11-30-tf. Starke, Fla.
the cantonments. stork visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A regular communication< Hamp County School' Warrant* ... 18818.M
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!Morgan last Thursday, leaving a fine ton Lode I.'. & A. :M. will be held Fri- Pup C'hccka fn>nnii m 'Incorporated ExchunKett' for!IInnko Ctenrlnir6fllH.Afi- 20IIH.:\ ) .::\

grl.\ day evening, beginning proptly at 7 OMh on Han.l - taO 1.22
'I The Texas legislature did a wise Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tracy, of Jacksonville o'clock. This isthe last business ---
.- "' when it TolM ...-f42H02! .
thing began an investigation are visitors here for a few meetiAg.to< be held before the Annual l.iabillliei-

( ., to learn if the tax payers of the state days this week communication of the Grand Capital Stock Pnlil In ------------5 2HOOO.OO

I were paying out their good, money to Mr. and Mrs. *Murrell, of Lake But Lode, which will be) held fit the !Masonic SurpluH Untlivi.li'il Ptiml I'rntltH_. _i_ 10 00.00
I Lea
keep up a l lot of useless officers. It ler, who purchased the Pinholster Temple in Jacksonville' beginning 'fa,... 1'aitl) __....-Expenneanml ._ 430.40:\

is perhaps true that there are men cottage, vacated by S. V. Andreu next Tuesday, January 15th., nnd ,Dividend. Cnpnlil) --.?. .- 12(10.00(

-.. swinging to the government teat who have moved in their new home and continuing till the evening of the Time Individual('.rUn"I ih) .1.,oait.. .of Subject IVixmit to.Check'_ 2IJ770.4H((1HOO.OO) .

-. ought to be between the plow handles we welcome them to our town. 17th.The Cashier'* Check Oubttuntlintf _._ 2G .40 JACKSONVILLEaA.OLDEST

$; or swinging a sledge hammer over an Services' will he held nt Dorian home of Mrs. Annie Johns Savinira Dvpoeiui .- 142007.05 .

anvil, and Florida is no exception. church Sunday. near here was completely destroyed. Total _-1428022.33- f'7"
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\":. There arc altogether too ninny political !Miss Bessie Cone had as her guest by. fire on January 3rd. Practically !State of .',...Ilot. County-of Bradford., : A A .

;.k debts paid l through public office, last week, Misses Thelma Bailey and nil the furnishings were lost. No Hank I I. J.do H.nolemnly Ritch. Canhier swear that of the the above-named above state

'. and when the applicants exceed the !Minnie Lee Hilton of Lake Butler. insurance was carried. ment I. true to the beat of my knowledge and iT1N'
-4 supply new offices are created and belief.
We are sorry to report little Aubrey -

I. the tax payers foot the bills. Perhaps Hagen sick with pneumonia. Dr. TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR Correct Atteat : N. J.T. II Kitch BITeR W.. T.Cashier.Wvek.. W2urtIERk ESTABLISHED

Florida is no worse than other W. Mitltlleton: of lUmpton, is the Director.

; j states in this respect, but this should attending physician. The last NASTY CALOMEL' ..

not; prevent us from putting on the he was some better. reportsa's THB Rennr!; HAMPTON"f she Condition TATE 0f SEED MOUSE
HANK
I \T( brakes in the interest of economy and School .t llm.ton. In the Stt at Florid, ,
opened
Monday after at the
( honesty.-Apulachicola Times.: weeks' vacation, w.ith a ,good attend a two- Starts your Liver Without Making U... of lIu.I"I.eu... December ice. 91. 1>I7. IN FlORIDA

., ....... ance. You Sick and Cannot 1.0an on Real E..a.e -----.-____.Ili.t44.83 --
Loan
;tj ;:'. Congressman Frank Clark has introduced Quite a crowd attended the funeralof Salivate. than on Km Collateral I Eatat hh.hh Security other____ 3.83S.90 U SL

a bill in congress looking toward Alec Dukes, who died at Charles. All other Loan and DneounU __.__. 8.099.OK SEND #OR CATALOG AND
S Overdraft __ __ _._ ______ ,
.' the government ownership and ton training camp of meningitis. The flanking' Home.n Furniture'u, _. 28(1.1( jL1 WEEKJ.Y P/IC.e LSZrSkTIN

I' operation of the public utilities of interment took place in New Hope Every druggist in town-your drug Other lfal l Etat. ._____-_and.___.Finn___. 4.24H.85 1,5.110:\
J Washington, D. C. It occurs to us cemetery' last Sunday afternoon. He 1st and everybody's druggist has noticed Pun from Incorporated Bank ___._. 10,83.1.9
y .' a great falling off in the aal Other Oa)h Item ______ ____.__ 40.00
that !Mr. Clark l U beginnjg a good was a member of the Woodmen of the Cash no 1I."d -___. _.___.______-_ 2.8PL32:
tt. long ways from home, but perhaps he World and was buried with Woodmen of calomel. They all give the earn- ---- ;

.....;._, will yet come to realize that the bal.I' honors. reason. Dodaon's Liver Tone is takin Total -_n_._l.I__.__.____-.--___.187.779 Zl m
blIitlee
ance of the country: would be' greatly !Miss Gladys Hall, of Jacksonville, its. place. Capital Stock Paid In .--.115 000.00
benefitted by tho government own"r- "turned here Tuesday morning to at- 'Cal<>mt'l is dangerous and peopl Siirplu Fund ----_- _:::::::: ::: 'ill.60:

ship of the common carriers Wi1 are 'l'n.IIII'hool at this place. know it, while Dodson's>: Liver Tone i Umlivlili'il."',,1 Taxe I-mflt Palili f iLem E. pe".... COE3OIa OCIO. -OClOOCIO-

of the opinion that before the end of !Miss :Maud Shaw who has been in perfectly safe and gives better rtult3 Imlividunl DviunlU, Suhj.-ct--u.to Chuck 83,6111.44 1.4111.17:

.,... the coming campaign he and other Macliua for some time, is home again. < ," paid a prominent local drug Time(xbier'a. Curtlnratea of IVH,,lt -_ _.__- 17,2.10.51:
W C'hi-ch OutBlnnilinit _____
congressmen: will have to answer the We are sorry to report Ucv. A. J. rist. Dodson's Liver Tone< is persoi 400.4lTotal ii TAKE NOTICED

of Pinholster sick illy ittmranteed by ___:
government ownership railways very again. every druggist wb -- -- '- -- ----- -- ,6770.2L
: proposition in a much more: direct A number of our citizens visited ells it A large bottle costs 50 cent State of Klorifla. County of nrnilfon ... :
way I. A. A. Futch. C*,hier. of the above-nimed 11 I I wait until the last'minute to 1918 ,
.: than simply advocating. such a measure the county seat :Monday.Mr. md if it fails to give easy relief i ''lank do Hulemnly wenr that the above *tat"- pay your
'" for the District of Columbia. WeS S. V. Andreu, one of BrookerV very case of liver sluggishness nn nent ttrlief.1 Is true to the beat of my knowledge and! U Auto and Chauffeur ''License Taxes

believe that the people of the wholeS orogressive business men, was attending onstipation, you have only to ask fr A. A. FUTCH. Canhler. I o

country are heartily tired of the poor to business in Jacksonville 'our money back. CORRECT -ATTESTW.. G. Seal, A. A. I D Tags must be on January I st. Misdemeanor for operat-
Durden.' A. A, McDonald, Director.
service and discriminations that are a last week. Dodson's Liver Tone Is a pleasan' Subscribed: I D
and
worn to before this vehicles without
m" ing motor State after that
natural outcome of incoherent' opera Mr. G. *B. Colson made a business asting, purely vegetable remed- 'th day of January. 191$. tag date.

,? tion of the railways and that they arc trip to Hampton last Monday after armless to both children and adult -Seal., D. E. KNIGHT Notary, Publa. Apply to Ernest Amos Comptroller .

5; l'' going to demand that the government loon. "ake a spoonful at night and wale ,

take them over permanently. Through !Miss ;Marguerite Shriver returned 'p' feeling fine; no biliousness, sir Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- Tallahassee, Florida.

: -, lavish grants of their lands the people n Columbia College, Lake City, las 'eadache, acid stomach or constipat rybody. Advertise!

.' have largely born the initial ex 'Vednesday, after spending the holi owels. It doesn't gripe or caui For Indigestion Constipation or I a:: Remit by Express, Postoffice Order or Cashiers Draft.

per> of building the railways, an'1 'ays here with her parents. 'convenience all the next day liliolent Biliousness, I Q NOTE.. -Personal check certified .

there seems to us to be no elementof 'v. S. Nabb, of Dukes, spent las calomel. Take a dose of cal lust Giv LAX-FOS I o not delays delivery.
try on j bold! of
in justice in the demand that the*' Thursday here with his family.Mr. nel. today and tomorrow you will fpnk > VITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
properties be restored to them and operated I.. Morgan made. a business trir sick and nauseated. Don't In

for their benefit instead of be o Worthington lust Tuesday. day's workl! Take Doduon's Liv."one axative pleasant to take. Made andScommendetj IMPORTANT. Engine Number. o
Medi-
' ing manipulated for the benefit of i Mr. J. S. Forsyth spent last Wed instead and feel fine, full of vig'tnd Ine Co..manufacturers, to the public of Laxative by Paris Bromo II
coterie of individuals. esday in LaCrosse. ambition.
((14-5ft Quinine and Grove's Tasteless: chill Tonic.; I II ,gClO- -00' OCIO -00-
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918. BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA.
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I R, V. Turner, of Dinsmorc, spent I], The Gainesville 1 Sun of January 9th

Sunday in Starke with his family. II contained\ nn account of the marriage I rCLAS.SIFIED I FOR farm SALE mule.]: -One J. C.mulch Poppell.cow and one

of Miss Olitrord Nell Ilarrell, of

Bits of LocalInformation /'J i I.V.. Andreu was among those Madison, to ;Jlr. John Morgan Little,
I FOR SALE-:M acre farm, 2ft miles
4 who spent the day'in Starke ;Monday. of B.iltimore, M.[ 11., Friday, December - --.- ---- from SIR
"It'k011 Kingsley road! allwell ]
its iMst, ut Green" Cove Springs. :Mrs. FOR[ SALK:- Ono good horse jiml two fenced 1 and .under cultivation;
I John P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was Little i is well known in Bradford! 1burntwagons.. J. !'. Kit-kilter. ;
two-story dwelling!, good barn 90-
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in the city business '
on Saturday. county, und especially so in Lake Butler 1-U-tf foot well; near school. For term I I"i

I whtrishe taught the kindergarten see S. I,. Alvarez. 11-lC-tf. .
Mmfa/ O.I raa.d./JfeIJJ Cyrus I Sistrunk:: of Jacksonville, class for three successive terms. FOR SALK] -Five Jersey milch cows

7N1f1..". M *.. Cvmv" 11M ._ spent the week-end in Starke with I After their honeymoon the bride will] with young calves. O. Gardiner, FOR SALE:-The place belonging to t t

his parents.W. .. return to her duties as primary principal Starke, Fla It the estate of C. H. Gridls. Contains

of the Hawthorn High School, 80 acres, 40 under good l wire fence. ,,
--4 L. Overstrcct, of the firm of and the groom will leave for Camp FOR SALE:-Six nalr Red Duroo' pigs, Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses
I one
W. II. Miner was attending to business Judge James T. Wills, who has been Overstrcet & Rowe, Lawtey, was a Jackson, Columbia; S. C., he being one three months old 1; cholera immun- barn. Located 1H miles from Starke

in Hampton last Friday. confined to his home for some time by business visitor to our city Monday. of Uncle Sam's soldiers.] ed. W. A. Dubose, Starke, 12-14-Gt one-half mile from church, one mile

an attack of lagrippe, is doing nicely, I -- from school. For further informa-
Mesdames A. Price and J. M. Truby and his many friends hope to see him C. J. Knight, of Lake Butler, was I I T. J. Guytard, superintendent of the FOR SALE-A Ford touring car in tion write A. J. Griffls, Brookcr, or .

r spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. on[ the streets again soon. Judge Wills among the visitors to Starke Mon ]local light and water plant, secures first class condition See E.: E. Ca- Bee K. L. Grlllls, Starke. Inquire for

J' .I Is a democrat to the core of his makeup day from the west end of the county. all the pecans he can use in rather a nova, I Starke.:: 1-11-lit directions at Bank of Starko 10-12tf i, l

jN R. W. Mills and Misses Georgia and and he is never so happy as when novel manner. In replacing the carbons -
Carrie Mills motored to Jacksonville mingling with the "boys" on the :Messrs. Joel and Malley Griffin in the arc lights over town he LOST-Mouse colored mule, weight -

Saturday and spent the day. streets or in his office, and it Is for were callers at the Telegraph office first has to take his pliers and shove about 800 Ibs., age about C yoacs. OPPORTUNITY to for young man or
woman earn money-A large
this Monday. the pecans out from underneath the Suitable reward for information
reason that he has been so sorely
: M Messrs. M. L. Johns and E. B. Ren- missed from his usual haunts since his frame of the arc, where they have W. O. Brooks, Route 1, Lake Butler Eastern publishing house has opportunity -

froe, of New River, were attending to recent indisposition.-Gainesville Sun Mr. J, S. Rosier, of Raiford, wall been placed for safekeeping by birds for man or woman that
business in the city last Friday. January 5th.Messrs. attending to various business mattersin Who rob the trees In the neighborhoodand FOR SALK:-11)18 Ford) touring car, can bo made very profitable. Can

the city Monday. use the arc light as u storage; practically new! T. A. Anders, 14 !be handled in spare time. No investment -
miles east of still. Address no outfit to buy, every.thing
1 Humphrey' -
J. E. Adkins, of New River, was In A. A. Durden and W. H. place. Tho intense heat roasts tho furnished free. War makes
I Mr. and Mrs. C A. Youngblood. nuts !but the Lawtey, Flu lH'JtFOR
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the city last Griffin superintendent insist it
Friday, and while here of Hampton, prominent citi- opportunity doubly! valuable for

was the guest of relatives. zens of that town, wore in ;tarke on pf relatives Theressa in,Starke.J. were week-end. guests of improves the flavor SALE-8 horse power kerosene I women Address, !Manager, Box

I business Thursday. They were seeking Mrs. engine, practically new. Reason for I 115':; Boston, Mass. It
Ford tops and curtains complete assistance from Starke for Henry Freeman, who has !been ,
people
selling, want larger engine. T. 1..
J. bf Lulu her
Bhickwelder visiting
county !
Jr parents Mr. Brit Mrs.
950. M. Leviton. Starke. the rebuilding of the home of Mrs. Godwin, Hrooker, Flu. 12-21-6t. LUMBER' CROSS TIES: FARM:
commissioner of that district was Wm. Edwards: : for two weeks, leltTuesny
Annie Johns of Hampton which I.AND-ItOOO 37 miles west
was acres,
S in Starke Monday and a caller at the ) for Jacksonville. Mrs. Freeman
R. S. Fernandez returned to destroyed fire 3rd together of Jacksonville. Estimated to cut
Friday by January Telegraph office.L. will be the FOR SALE-A 5 passenger Ford 1 automobile -
of her sister
Charleroi] Pa. where he has with of the guest :2-00:!:! feet pine and
a good. a greater portion Mrs. I R. O. Punit-lri) of Jacksonville only run a short time; yellow per acre, 1
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f position. house furnishings. No insurance was $-35o:; cash. Address! David l P. Coffin moro than' 100,000' cypress' ties.
II. Hill, Lawtey'n real estate : for n few days, after which she will
carried to the loss these Considerable large Clear of
cover and John Flu 1-11-lt cypress.
,owlI
man ,
was in the city Monday unit, return: to her home nt Homestead.IS .
Mesdames G. W. Brown, Will Ed- gentlemen are giving their time and ],'nR"s. First( class general farmland
Stopped in at the Telegraph olllce
wards and J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, assistance in an effort to replace the for while. I FOR SALE-One good Holstein milk 1, and fine stock farm proposi
shqrt
were visitors to Starke Saturday. home for mother and children. a YOUR LIFE INSURED? cow, fresh in February. Sixty-five tion. Running stream On Seaboard ,

I represent the oldest dollars. Mrs. S. 10. Jones Sampson and close to Coast Lino rail .
Messrs. B. D. Kelly and J. E. Byrd, company F.
r Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Whitten and Harold S. Brown left Monday for of Ruiford, attended the organization in America The Mutual Life City, Flu. 12-U-St. roads. Immediate delivery.! Terms
daughter, Miss Pearl], of Raiford, Starke, where ho will look after ship- to suit purchaser An Al proposition -
of the local lodge: of Columbian]
were in town Saturday shopping. ment of some refrigerator boxes of Woodmen Monday night. : of New York. FOR SA 1.1.-11): ) acres unimprovedland for quick Rnl,'. Write or wire

Brown & Son to Plant City. He made Jos. E. Wilson, Starke. Florida. !, belonging to II. P. Junes, half Bainbridge RichardsonJacksonville,

Mr. Marion Parker and family returned the journey to Starke by auto, and Messrs. F. M. Norman and L. L. mile from J<'JGt at (5rahum. Seven Fla., or Comer I.. Peck & Son,
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Sundayfrom Four Oak, N. C., writes that north of Ocala he ran intoa Conner were attending the county Misses Lizzie und Ruth Howe and dollars per 'ivrro.. Mrs S. ]':. Jones, Starke, Flu., 1-11-tt

where they spent the holidays with snow storm, the flakes falling right commissioner meeting in Starke their brother, Seelier( of Hampton, Sampson City, Fla. 12--1-U.
Mr. Parker's parents. regularly for about an hour.-Plant :Monday came tnillesvillo;, Saturday to attend l PEANUTS.: I'R.\NITTS.
City Courier. I.OST-Om' mule' pig, 8-monlhs-old; THE THII-E-FOLI: [ ) CROP.
1 the funeral of their cousin, :Mr.Claude I
Cedar Key oysters, fresh every day. Mr. J. E. Dekle, of Lake Butler, attended Turner, who died on Friday, black and white Hputti-d!; unnuu ked. IVanuts that will fill your barn with
Brymer's fish market, phone 109. Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at the organization of the Columbian night. All have returned ]homo except Finder pl.-am- notify Stove Starling, forage--your; smoke houso with baconyour

the Cash Department Store. Woodmen lodge in Starke Mon :MisH Ruth Rowe, who will spendsumo Luxvtey, Fla., and receive reward.lll'Jt. i pockets with money. Double

Raymond Spier nnd sister, Miss Ja- day night.In time with her, \ mint, blrs..1. R.Turner. your nercago next, spring. Write mo
?" nie, returned to Stark.- Sunday after Wednesday, the following party motored .--(:iiiinesville Hun, .Jan..Mil.Mr. today for pric-os' on the N. C. flat vita

spending the holidays in Muxville to Jacksonville< : Mr. and Mrs. writing the Telegraph concerning -------- "FOR SALE: Si-eond, hand holler, engines aced pi-uniitH. II. '1'. Hall, Lowell,
J. M. Alvarez Mr. anIMrs. G. C. Liv- und. all kinds nf machinery of
with their parents. the change of his address, Mr. and l ;Mrs. L. l I'::. I Roberts spent
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;mkston Mr. and Mrs.' C.:1. Marks The Southern Turpentine Co. Address _
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W. T. Roberts states that he is now Sunday ut Baldwin. guests!: of \l r. and! OJOCIO. 'OClO'i
t and children Mr. and :Mrs S. R. Ii. MiiKi.l, Luke Itullcr" or H.
Earl Clyde Thrower, son of Mr. and ,
Mrs.
in charge of a large naval stores .1. M. Oliver.Messrs. .
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Mrs. O. A. Thrower, is now in Franco. .Johns! Carl Johns, Margaret Long and plant at Archer. I Goldman; \ Onila.\ I I-! 21 If i 9 REGISTERED HAMPSHIRE'Q ,;

This young volunteer's. address ia I Battalion Mrs T. I>. Clark. I Herbert I Kitch nod Tate
HOGS FOR SALE
E, 15th:; Field Artillery, Paris.Miss Mrs.\ R. O. Daniel and son, Russell, Denmark, of nai furl, wenin StarkeSaturday. FOR( SALE;-Hwnnd hand l boiler. engines !
Mrs. J. S. Brown and daughter, find'I all kinds of machinery, of n nI
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returned to Jacksonville Sunday, after I I
Ruby Gornto, of Jacksonville, Miss Hazel, returned to Plant City spending the past two weeks in the Southern Turpentine ('n. Ad- I llampihirci are very prolific,
whothas !been visiting at the home of Friday, after spending several I daysof drt-HH II. Migid, Lake hut lcr, or II. having. two litter each year Grow
Starke with her parents, Mr. and J. F. l 1\\'I\ ( l.l'nR: ((1IVIOS ( U
her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, re- last week in Starke visiting with Mrs. Wm. Edwards. ; NOTICF Goldman, (),'ala. IS-'Jl-ttt.:\ rapidly. Fallen nt any a..,... Mag-
OF DII'OftT.1.:1:; \ :; : -: IN
turned home Friday. friends. They were accompanied l by I ,, nificant grazers and huilleri. Best oadapted
Hl'SISfoSS: :MK'i nous) 1.0ST-Hl't\\'n Hull's residence" an,1Hlllmp' ,
:Mr. Harold Brown, who brought the Messrs. J. FrankBennett, W. R. O to the Mouth. UH
Mrs. John Ritch und daughter Miss party'through in his car. store, crest-t-nt shaped sterling oI
Moran and J. E. Harper, of Lake But-
Effie, and son, John, of Neals, have ler, were visitors! to the county seat To My Customers and the Public: silver pin,' set with rhinestones, H Nutwood Hampshire Farm:

been visiting at the home of Mr. N. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Pert and children ]- Tuesday, and called at the Telegraph On, account of the world war and also Mack und gold jet liiic"let.Return [
T. Ritch this week.. returned Monday right from oflice. the consequent high prices and unsettled to, N. II. Hull's residence.Rewunl. I Thomasville, Ga.

Starke, where they were railed on ac- business conditions, I find It It

.r Screen wire-we are offering enameled count of the death of !Mrs. Pert's father Sergt. Win. A. :Moitt, of the Quar necessary to abandon the old. extravagant -- __ 0tio- _''on0COTTON-__

] screen wire at greatly reduced Mr. .1. Warren, which occurred termaster's Reserve Corps, Fort Scri- and wasteful credit ami I so-call 1 "

prices. Save by screening now. Quig- last Friday afternoon.-Madison En- ven, Ua., ia spending the week in this ed free delivery system th.it the merchants EDGAR EYES '

ley Lumber & Supply Co. terpriseRecorder.Messrs. city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. years. here have maintained for ninny Optici&rt' T t d I If you are holding| your cottonIilon't

r : II. O. Varnes A. E. Moitt. From the first day of February, run the risk of lo.ing it by fire,
Miss Maggie Dekh', of Lake Butler, Henry
and Mrs. :Matilda Ritch, of Raiford, lames, It. D(. ]leases and John Croft, I I N. I n. Wainwright, Jr., spent Sat-I: ]191K, I shall do a strictly rush hu"i I- Broken L...rtsc. Duplicated injure by a cotton certificate.i Jt

;i$ were visitors this week at the home of Lake Butler, were in !Rtarke' :Monday rday in Starke with his parents, Mr. I iiess. Absolutely no credit will hrextended Same. DAy as R8t18ved J. R DAVIS & COMPANY

of Mr. N. T. Ritch. attending the meetings of the tad Mrs N. D. Wainwright. NI'wnis to any one, and nil nierchandim !Ie Splli.1.:1" '114,1 W rossvrn Orders W/"Y postef e Stake, Florida ,

1 county commissioners, and school stationed at Cam, Johnston, Jacksonville | will 1 delivered, \ to the purchaser. ,

k Miss Georgia Epperson, who has board. and was unable to secure, ut the store, and no goods will lie delivered ) .--. -. -. . . . . ..
at other ,* Vs-J . . . . . . . i .t .t.t. !
been visiting at the home of her uncle longer leave of absence. uny place. I
IUB( \ Y :\ relieves It'' Now, I realize that I cannot
Mr. W. .1. Epperson, returned to -Antiseptic, fully :

her home in Luke huller Sunday Rheumatism, Sprains, Neuralgia, etc.tf Miss Emma Darby returned Friay hops to succeed, in diiing business, in iili| TO THE PUBLIC
that unless
i way I make it HO' much I
from New York, after spending ;
to the interest of customers that
Miss May Peek, who has been vis- the holidays in that After my
I Mrs. E. C. Say lea arrived yesterday city. a they will be willing to go to some trouble :: ,, which compowd :::
,, iting her brother, Col. C. 1.. Pock, returned short in Starke with her TinA l I' Ar ln\v ;Mi-ri'imtilf" Company, was -
Waycross<, Ga., last Friday. from her home ut Lawtey to visit ens, Mr.stay and Mrs. A. M. Darhy pur-sheIl'ft und !sulTor some slight inconvenience ::: "f A. l II aIL :Moore, und O. H. fionlon, has ;:;
Mrs. George Shuoy for a few da's.Sunday's .- for the profit thnt will accrue' ...
Miss Peak teaches music in the public ( Sunday morning for Daytona, now dissolved t thi-ir! "'JlII rtllC'r?hjp. The! Hiiid Marti has been :::;
Ocala Banner. to them by the new method) of doing .
r- schools of that city. where she holds a position in the business. ::: iiw inc iriiruteil| body fur the purpose of loin< a general m.-,r- '
Do ask how this plan
high school. you :.:; i-untile business. ) und has been 1 vary successful tho punt three :.: I
The Ladies Aid Society of the H. S. Wilson, of Hampton, was will benefit you ? By the now methodI
tist church will hold its Bap-I transacting business in the University shall greatly( reduce my expenses, ;:; years, anal, while it was not the pleasure! of A. D Andrews for n;r;
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monthly meeting Tuesday, January City yesterday.-Gainesville Sun, January Acting upon instructions from and, I propose to let my customers ,. the firm to dinnolvtbut us it was dissolved, he will continue :d

15th, at 3 o'clock. :Members are urg- 5th.C. Judge Wills, Circuit Clerk S. H. Wien- have a large( share of that HlI vi II 1('. ::; to do business, fit, the same' stand, which: is the brick store ul'f',

ed to attend. \'c-H yesterday adjourned circuit court The cash system will eliminate all :t joining: the Citizens': Hunk of Raiford, and shall try to do a :;

M. :McKinney, of New River, until Monday, January 2H at 10 losses from bad. accounts"and! will ::; strictly cash businosH. ;:y;

Special sale going on at the Cash was attending to business in Starke 'clock. Judge Wills was able to nit I I save the time and expense! of a bookkeeper ,!. I shall make every effort. to keep complete! stock of n1l'1'-r: '
visitor to the yesterday--and to to the dining and will enable. reducemy J
He to
Monday. was a up go me
Department Store ::: chandise-, or such merchurdi.se! vainly an in used,! by the farming .; y
Telegraph office while here. room, und his many friends hope hi clerical force.
people, , us the trade of- the farmers is the trade to which '';;
will soon regain: his former strength. When the customers carry thplrpllrchasl' '
Miss Susie Darby left Sunday for Jninesville Sun Jan. 9th. ;; I hull, cuter. And I shall endeavor" to lawn my store operuted ;.
New where she teaches in ;Mrs: J. C. Robinson and children re- and allow me to cut off the
the school.Smyrna She has been spendingthe turned Sunday from Jasper, after I .. expense of delivery, I Khali save the ::; by bright, uccommoilnting. industrious and competent people. ::y; ar

past two weeks with her parents, spending several days in that city J. W. Andrews, Jr., who has Lean interest on my investment in u horse :::; I shall, buy for rush, getting!: nil) the discounts! and give my ::; i

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. with'ielutives.; spending the past two weeks in Asheville I and,] wagon, the (Veil of the horse, '" customers the benefit by giving them the very closest cash w 4 up en

N. C., and St. Louis, Mo., returned repairs of wagon/ and harness, and prices. '+iy

Mrs. Leila O. Stratton, of Lebanon, I J. H. Ritch and daughters, Misses Tuesday. Mr. Andrews spent tho salary of a drayman. : I have not quit the supply business because I doubted the ;!

Tenn., a prominent W. C. T. U. worker :Marvin[ Maggie( and Almeta, of Rai- the holidays in Asheville with hit When all my customers pay cashI '.. people for farming/ people' us well as others in thin scVtion '!'

will speak in Starke en Friday fory, were visitors Wednesday at the family, going from that city to St. can discount my bills. and buy goods ;z: have been the best ,,1I.Mpayingcitizen" that I have ever become :y

evenii.g. the 18th inst. Tho place and home of Mr. N. T. Hitch. Louis to purchase a carload] of stock. made cheaper.and So when this change is :!: acquainted l with, and I only make the change because I : }
my expenses are greatly
hour will be announced la.e". :Mr. Andrews states that the passenger !
9 believe it will me and customers to do business' on a
Messrs. J. E. Wilson and O. L. traffic is giving right of way to reduced, and I cun buy goods cheaper, pay my \ .
Iaynes spent Thursday in Jackson- / there is no doubt about my being cash basis. und ut present there is plenty of money available. '
and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cason'nnd : freights dining cars are being
daughter Miss Sallie Mr. and Mrs. ville. taken off from through trains, the able to sell goods cheaper than tiny .;, I expect to try to carry in stock all kinds: of farming 1m:1': j
; Eloise securing their meals from merchant who continues to do a credit h. plements which are used on modern farms, also cotton seed, ,;
A. G. Cason and sister, Miss passengers '
Cox, of LaCrosse, were guests of Mrs.. Mr. J. E. Douglas] of Guilford, was stations along the route. business:! and keeps up the expensive 4: peanut need, out seed, and other kinds of seed ; corn, oats, hay, ," ..,

J. C. Poppell]] last Saturday. transacting business in the city last delivery It is with service. feeling of .gratitude z:z; sweet feed, shorts, bran, chicken feed, Halt, fertilizer, Irish :? .\ I

Friday.-Lake City Citizen-Reporter. a '!' potato need, cultivator, stoves and 'furniture of all kinds. Tho''a \. I ( l'
Half Your Living and] appreciation that I remember the
The entire Law family is indebtedto constant and loyal support of customers :: best line of sho-s, that money can buy; huts, Indies' ready-to- :s:; 1 I

the members of the "Glee Club" Miss Annie to her Vivian home in Graham Raiford has, after returned Without Money Cost many of whom have stood my by ::z: wear goods, und a general lino of staple goods.I ::; ,

and "Orchestra" for a loving and use- week in Starke with rite during all the years that I have 4, also have twelve head of well-broke horses and pony mules W 1
ful remembrance, for which they wishto spending the past \\v r"e all at a danger pont.! On been in the mercantile business in :4 that I want to close out. :j

express public, as well]] as private ref at iwPa. the u 1 01 BIICM: r iinimun. 14.< .1' ; i Ii, rliilS r Starke. On their account mainly I I ::: I also want to thnnk my customers and friends at large for :Z; a

thanks,. I Reddishof !, f. -in; und i--iril'-n nppratln- : "'- regret to make this chungo. Most of :: the business that they have entrusted to mo in line during"
Misses :Mabel and Myrtle 1"1"1'! |>-ii'Tifv! OP our "KOlng; b\ 1 k : every ::;
witha Starke, visited. relatives at Wald hlnU: ''.' us are conservative and do not like '!' the past year und' hope that I may continue to be of survive! to I.,
r.n a' rrli < s m'
Break Cold or LaCrippe p-efeijt to
few doses your of 6+16. tf I Saturday und Sunday.Mr. ;.r : ;t. : t. 1.11 or i.earif'.li < "'' '' n. !;urko,1 : often change we look our habits with disfavor in any wuy on, any and ::: them in any business. capacity ::;

I ) -rKr'ln nt present prices from and refuse 7 Very sincerely I '..n. ,
change it yours
simply to adopt ,
Lee'abirthday [ and, Mrs. N' Sternberg had uBen s supply merchant/ on i-rei'.1.!! and rra'nj f J'
The anniversary of Robert E. Mrs l-'oo-l and grain' ,I" rfij ghvr IiopiirMoi even though reason tells us it is u "
und I
Sunday, Mr. WUII"" ',
will be observed on the 19th guests of Lake Butler. than are present) totton decided l improvement over the old A. D. ANDREWS Raiford Fla. ;
of the Fienbcrjr ,
inst. the United Daughters .
+ .
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prl?
> Confederacy will entertain the veter- of the Lake Butler section Ira n lime above oil others to playsafe way.Since I ran sell goods l cheaper un- Ii?-os4-.z ., (4'--t4-3-14 .., ., t bb'.t t.p..atl4, .;3!'i i44 : i t.t.i-t--f s,
ans for dinner and Rev. T. L. Z. Barr Jeff Byrd transacting business in the ; to produce all "posiiblo food der the new system I shnll surely do

will make an address at the Methodist[ was Jrlli1: and forage supplies on your own it. I um ready to reduce my percentage r.
church at 2 o'clock. city Monday.[ acres; to cut down the store Mil. of profit. Are you not will-

well-known citizenof A good piero of garden ground. ing to go to a little mote trouble in INSURANCEFIRE
D. J. Nettles, a rightly planted, rightly tended and providing ready and
carrylnR'home
is back in this trans- money tom.
Walter E. Langford the Lake Butler section, was bu

county on a furlough visiting relativesand acting business in Starke Wednesday. made kept planted to pay nearly the year half round your living.can It your consideration daily! purchases-a substantial, for a valuable reduction .. LIFE, ACCIDENT, BONDS, :'AUTOMOBILE

friends- He was in Starke Wednesday will save you more money than you
visiting his sister, Mrs. D. E. Prof. l': B. 'olcleath! of Green Cove! made on the best tf roe acres of cotton! Let of the High Cost of Living fv PLATE GLASS
the
us give new method I II
a
la stationed at the week-end in Starke! ever grew!
* Mr. Langford Springs, spent you
thergBase Hospital, near Chattanooga, with his daughter, Mrs. R. A. Weeks. Hastings' 1918 Seed Book tell! all fair in "these trial by parlous each times.of us"doing his bit I represent some of the very beat companies'in ,

t. the right !:ind of a money sav-
about
Tenn.
Prescott, of Sampso t Inrirbn and the vegetables:! to put Think It over and bring ydlir mar- the world and will appreciate your Insurance ,. business 1
:Miss Gladys
'' t'", f---ri i n ket basket to my store February 1st.
about : TO
and relatives In It.tt t< ;
friends small.))
of Nothing too large
Mr. |I. A. Shaver writes the Telegraph ] City, was a guest last week-end. w..l1!1 and "howou tho clear road to I am lure your saving will be so substantial orltoo(

from Bulls Gap, Tenn., stating in Starke real and regular': firm rronp"rlty. It's and satisfactory that you will
JOS.
lie had a very delightful Christmasand Monday [ Free. Send for It today to H. G. come again and again! E. WILSON STARKE FLA.

had almost gained the ten pound J. T. Andrew Starke ,attending of Dukes,to spent business HASTINGS CO., Atlanta, Ga.-.\<1Vt. It J. F. KICKLITER.

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l"+' 't; e elabtJm9'9'90494yOM SHOOT SI'AKKOWS TO PROTECT SCARCITY OF LIVE STOCK 11"001 'intercut on paving n___._ 8.40De Moisture in the soil is conserved I I versity of Florida extension division.
'+ m ( FOOD CROPS IN STATE ( both in" winter and summer by cul I Fields standing without a cover crop
.
::11 To amount on h.nd..2 28.0ll I
4 COUNTY AGENTS REPORTS 1 ftinUn.Fand( tivation. Winter rains will furnish should be harrowed once every two
6. For some time now it has been ap- On hand ___._____. .__n___'_ _______.00.0* woeki.
State Marketing Bureau AdvogleN parent to those who have given the Waterworks Fund plenty of moisture for sprouting the

4'J4-9mti4 9tm06 . y Crusade on "Air Kats". matter thought, that the country is D,, 81. To amount Bond on Fond hand ...-____.190347 spring crops if it is retained in the .

Seminole County: Cooperative marketing threatened with an alarming shortage Th.. 1. To amount on hand7647,99! soil until planting time, says the Uni I TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE.
in showing good results tillage "You have no doubt heard the riot in live stock-especially meat producing Nnv 28 To nmt. recd Sain or Bond. 18HBS 9S II
.
!> feeding of beef and cattle animals, though horses and
dairy of noise the English sparrows make / tl. Kee'd for pavlnit Jtiveri prop. 210.86
i is progressing satisfactorily. at night fall in the trees along the mules are also showing a shortage. Dee 81. Sewer lateral' __",n.___ *.4KDec.
Wakulla County: A campaign is streets and in the Jacksonville When the war in Europe first began
of ,
yards 91 To amount on hand ___....$16980.G9!
being made to get farmers to plant a ," says the :State: Marketing it was suggested by our agricultural Bllli Paid' -Central Fund
large acreage to peanuts. A hundred Bureau department that our farmers K.: 8 Matthew, member council, __.__..11.00.
"The L. S. of
Department! O.: J. <,triffl, im'mlwr council ____._. 1.00
acres have been pledged in each of Agriculture/ terms them" the rats of and stock raisers devote greater attention ':. H. A. /Itryun. member council ___-____._. 1.00J. I
several communities, and a peanut the air, "and advises their .destruc to increasing the number of W. White, member council n_"- ... 1.00A.
1s ...... __.__
_
S C. aaurvr'f salary 1.00
pit king machine has been promised Lion Its indictment of the bandit bird meat animals. It was pointed out I
t Joe Kill William' mayor'i fen ____ 8.00
.
? St. Johns County: Farmers are fills 100) pages of printed mutter. It that the large foreign demand would C. A. Futeh. elerlt'a feea ..__.-_n.__._ 7.0SSilnH l
busy hauling in fertilizer anti! seed fights in combination make (front inroads. > in our supply. Kilo, Rnlary and foci ___u___.._ 01.00
against/ our native ____
II. AiiHtin
potatoes. A tremendous acreage will insect eating birds, occupies their This was the result, but not all the M. ('.moron imlnry, niiiht and marshal feeB ...n..n....... 4J 10.00F. A7 IL 1\ /1l
bo planted to this crop in the spring.On nests and destroys their eggs. It not result. The stimulated demand caused M Johna, Glary to Jan. 1___-______ 12.60 \ 1
to abnormal Southern 1'lmii, witnein 1ft __________ .50
conditions to figures.
of weather prices soar
account only destroys! birds. and fruits in orchards '- {'b... GcorKV, witnena fee _____ .._... .60
.. planting will not begin before January und groves but frequents grain These prices in turn caused all who W. I,. Wall fro. chief ______._--______ fI I (110 t
fertilizer in had stock to push them onto the E. M. Johm, niuiBtant chief' _________ 4 60 .
altho applied
i '" 10. was fields and gardens and does great injury Harold Wall flremnn _____.____.______ 3.00l.ufl
r.. December. ]It builds its nest about dwell- market at the earliest moment, with Ile.ol..)'. fireman' .._.._______.__... A.OO II \
'i Dude County: Castor bean culture ing houses and is believed to discuses the result that thousands of head of Ray Coli.)'. fireman" __._.._________... 8.00 \\LAI
carry Drew Alvarei. Amman ...____....____ 8.00
It is believed stock went to the butchers when it
is receiving great attention. germs. They disfigure/ buildings B. AlvD..... fireman ._____.___.__n__. 3.00
that the castor bean will produce and side-walks. In every respect it is should' have been. kept on the farms. Pitt Tomliniion Areman. ____......... ace
bushel or more acre Stock buyers Inform'us that for Buddy Veonie, fireman ...__..________ 3.00
,to ." fifty per a costly nuisance and menace. I John Palailen fireman _______.____ 8.00
l in this county owing to the fact that "It may be an item of news to say the past year the average/ weight of Chan 11..1"". fireman __n n____._.____ 8.00 .
.. the plants commonly live and! bear that the food production department hogs especially has steadily declined R. I.. Kppemon: , fireman. _______________ 8.00 f
Allen Canova. fireman .__.______.___ 8.00
due to the fact that the heavy feed-
I :' for three or four years. Several hundred of the Board of Agriculture in England Road and BN. .. Fond
j., 1r acres will be planted in the next estimates that the annual loss to ers have leen'practically exhausted .t. M Truby. moving dead cow ...___..t 1.00
,. -., few months, and the acreage may farmers and others in that countryand and the lighter animals are beingpushed J. S. Mercer. ....enlle. andnlr_ .et work 86.00

reach the thousand mark by March Great Itritnin and Ireland are only onto the market.At Waterworks Fond
r ;' f' 15. about twice the area of Florida- a meeting/ of feed administrators J. W Andrew. *. Jr., T......*. Bond Tr..l..,. sag
. flnlnncp in Watarworka! Fund..._.___IUV3.47
of number of states recentlythe
Holmes County: Several farmers caused by leaches the incredible a
\ sparrows The council
adjourned to January DAYS IIIT E1f
unanimous decision was, after
surveying
tY sum of $10,000,001)) while that 8th,
pod ; caused by rats is about 75000000. the situation carefully, thata 1918.C. ::
concerted effort must be made to A. FUTCH, Town Clerk. :
have already been bought. "Thii English/ department called attention 1f sae
J. Escambia County: Farmers are to the great increase in the increase the breeding of hogs and cattle ,

planning to grow Irish potatoes and number of sparrows and, rats and suggested and each state represented in the April and May are the months in
( ., follow them with peanuts'' A few that the /government authorize conference wns"given its per cent of which spring is
; pasture scarce. This
'+ can if
to assist the farmers in buying clubs; ((2) the appointment of salaried But it is right at this point that plantings made in some ,
are
January,
geed and labor-saving implements. rat catchers; and ((3)) the offering of the difficulty is encountered. The high the University of Florida extension says _
Polk County: Club boys are enthusiastic rewards to other persons at graduated prices have not only caused the immature division. Oats
work. Some have animals to be sacrificed but rye and rape may be
their
in rates for rats, birds and eggs: Both used for this planting in Florida from 0
bought Liberty Bonds and others are France' and. Germany have official rat thousands of valuable females have Gainesville southward, if made f

buying Thrift Stamps. All are striving catchers, who go about houses and also been slaughtered which should The chief object in making the soon. ,
a to do their bit. clean out rats, and it will be recalled have been kept on the farms. There at is that plantings -
once so the
Calhoun County: Farmers are get that sometime ago the state of Illinois is not a particle of doubt that the develop a root crops may Th FLORIDASTATE
system sufficient
of country is alarmingly short of breed to
( ting together on tho planting offered a bounty of one cent for spar. withstand the spring drouth.

b .. Spanish peanuts and will have more rows and many thousands were killed, ers.There ,
.. than u thousand acres in the club. but a penalty was provided for killing is but one remedy. No own. FAIRS EXPOSITION
t Hay County: Farmers are making native birds., er of holts or cattle should sell or kill ?

r t. preparations to increase the acreage The English sparrow was originally females capable of reproducing their GOODTOTHE LAST DROP
.Q of food crops and to raise more livestock imported to !kill caterpillars infesting kind. This should. be made an ironclad JACKSONVILLE- FEB- TO MAR9INCI9I8Here's

; in the county this year. trees in the park of Brooklyn, N. rule on the farms and ranches of

wa ra, ., Brevnrd County: More interest is Y., but the blamed thing didn't bother this country for some time to come. CY7 7....tOY.OM qYT awe Na1LiJ

1, I'. being taken in bee culture. One man itself with the crawling pest, but has Certain it is not that of the past, or .lIKh_ e ,.Hp!: w. -, r;
w; r' : on Merritt'8 Island sold about a thousand multiplied itself so enormously that even the present rate of consumptionof F J'IoItfrT.-f .u?: : ,.
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,3!, t dollars', worth of honey from a it has become, females is continued for another .", "* .r
? ({ .. our greatest bird pest, .. \
twelve months the will facesomething HOUSEDCOFFEE A40 ,", .,/ r.V Cwdvw'.LSrFTir: ;' ""I fAt,
S. hundred hives last year. They averaged its prolificacy and dostructivenens. be- country
s o1 L iD rlv ,
i A r
'' s r r. s
over a hundred pounds to the I ing second to that of the rat. The U. little short of a meat (am.

hive, which is u good average but not ''S. Public Health Service indicts the inc.We ,..J'/r/.I 4"., .-

.',; exceptional for this part of the coast. rat in a book of over 500 pages.: The are a meat-eating race. But -

ti y D ;' n. qalhoun County: Hay from the U. S. Department I of Agriculture has meat must be grown and the animals ;;r.TA
+, 'i'IT .. peanut crop is also valuable. One free bulletins on rats and birds." must have dams. The only way to
1c, M' farmer sold a carload, ten tons, for insure the supply is to conserve the flSK YOUR GROCER
,', 't: .fI: 'd $20 a ton.Alachua. females. This will have to be done,
_ j ,';; County: A peanut oil mill DOGS OR SHEEP, WHICH. even at the risk of even higher prices

'. r;'. I.'" la to be erected in this county und than now prevail. 1-

.', '.1 contracts are being made with farm- There is a Saying in this country, And, as prices now range, this will
'I'f :f -.. ers to grow the peanuts. and it has grown into an adage, that !bo no sacrifice to the farmers, but

f a. .,- DeSoto County: The location of the the legislator who desires to commit rather a source of greater revenue,

: ;. 1 f aviation camp at Arcadia has boost- !i political suicicide has only to introduce as all will see if they will look at the

,1* ., ed farming to some extent. One and father a dog law, and the matter in the right light.
%' if x farmer eight miles from the camp has people will attend tile obsequies. -- -
Call
__ l ;q prepared three hundred acres of I Yet the one thing which the various MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL a to Patriotic FarmersCastor

abr1 i -" ground to grow Peru grass, Japanese I states stand urgently in need is just

t cane, rice and corn, and will raise l such legislative timber-men who are Starke Fla., January I. 1918.

% r beef cattle and put in a dairy to sup willing to forego political prefermentif The city council met in regular session -
ply the aviation camp. by so doing they can confer a great with the following members -
'" T i Interest [ boon the present
Hillsborough County: More upon country.We
S. A. Bryan, O. J. Griffin O. C.
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Qt is being taken in livestock and are told that by the time another Jones, J. W. White. oil is absolutely necessary as a lubricant for the motors in
)r l : several farmers gradually chang clip is made wool will be worth
: are
(.n":, ,,"r ing their farms to accommodate more I(I two dollars per pound. This is a chairman Upon motion pro tem.Mr. White acted as the air planes to be used by the United States government in the war

',. : animals. One farmer in addition to country than which there is no better' Minutes of the last
meeting were
!_;. raising hogs has put in a cold storage ''I in the world for sheep raising. read and approved. with Germany.The .

., . in which to store his meat. What must be the amazement of Communication of Mayor Williamswas

X ":.;r ..., .. Jackson County: One farmer in 'the peoples of other countries when read in regard to suspension of supply of castor oil must be greatly increased. This increase
'1 .. has they are told that the
the Shady Grove neighborhood j' only reason Night Marshal It. Austin. Upon request

f' .\ -Y. cane kept crop strict from account five acres.of his lie Japanese made )I 1 Americans of the are dog not-sheep that raisers the average is because of Mr.set Austin for the date for hear must come from the production of castor beans in Florida and other ,

ing was Tuesday, January 8,
'' net profit of $984 or $186.80 an citizen prefers his dog to his sheep,
a sections of the South
at 7:30 from
: )p. m. particularly Florida because of favorable
and if he must be without either ,
The made into
ew', .... acre. crop was syrup. one Upon request of the bond trusteesthe
' r ., ,., ,- Puval County: Skinner Bros. re the sheep must go. clerk was ordered to draw scrip climatic conditions. The Government is asking Florida farmers to
Statistics tell that this pro-
of fine us
port a yield of 2,400 gallons country in favor of J. W. Andrews Jr., tr..aRurer -
-i ... syrup made from eight acres of sugar today is mtintaining 25,000,000 dogsan duce these beans
of said board for $993.47. This and is offering to contract for them at $3.50
their farm of one to per
cane grown on large stock average every family
I amount to( be used in the purchase of
', South Jacksonville. in the land. Placing the cost of maintenance I
near bushel of 46
supplies to be used in connection with 1 j pounds, shelled beans.
t'b __ Dade County: Two new tractors at a conservative figure, the waterworks.
a this week and both I these brutes will consume much
arrived are cater as as
A letter read from D. T. Gerow
was
'1 pillars. They are doing good work ont half their number of human beings, city auditor of Jacksonville stating, I Believing that Bradford County farmers could make a good profit
the lands. Food Raying nothinof their .
glade crops are receiving / depredations.This
that
the city of Jacksonville would
'. more attention than ever be is equivalent to feeding twelve accept $200 for street sweeper. from the growing of these beans and at the same time do the Government
fore. and one-half million people or more Mr'/I/
S One farmer who than it will cost to feed Jones wall authorized to go to service the Bank
Orange County: every soldier sonville at the city's. expense to of Starke has placed itself in touch with the
planted a peck of dashcens harvested we will ever send) to France. lest the -

"f twelve bushels.COOPERATE . I But useless the mere animals feeding is by of this hordeof Ordinance sweeper.No. 101; an ordinance to department in charge of extending castor bearvproduction and is now
no
means
regulate the use of the streets of the
the big item. The great expense lies of Starke ready to contract with farmers of Bradford
IN BUYING in the great menace which they city Fla., by vehicles. County.
constitute
I FARM MACIIINERY the Ordinance No. 101 was read the first

We wouldn't to sheep-raising industry. time by its title. Upon motion the The Government will supply the seed
J. be so unjust to the canine rules were waived and the ordinancewas at cost and if the market
.,. Many machines needed! on the farm as to allege that all are addictedto
-:; .. --- are not found. there because of their I sheep killing, or even would be if ordinance passed was to read second the reading.second timeLy The price goes higher the higher price will! be paid to the grower. $3.50 is

4. high initial cost and because the there were sheep available to be kill
i !, ,( ?, work to which they are suited does ed. But the uncertainty as to the were its further title. Upon waived motion and the the rules ordi- the bottom price. There is a chance that the price may go higher. .

\ '.:::iII not prevail: for IonIC periods. Yet I guilty individual. brings the whole

1 e Faf't' ., J,: 'r'I' the necessity scarcity of of more improved machin the I race However under suspicion.this country is now pnyI The mince/ full ordinance was passed was read to third the third reading.timein ( Any land that will grow good crops of corn and cotton will grow

1 .'- and this Is the best solution of I ing dearly for its devotion to the dog and put upon its passage. The castor beans and
JiJ.; 1' '. : cry the;lubor-shortncro problem. | It is conceded by nil that his dogship roll was called.1 and the vote recorded the cultivation is very similar. The yeild per acre on
'I ... ft* follows: Ayes S. A. O. J. I
Bryan,
':" Many of these machines could!. be ob | in the ore great deterrent to the good land should be from
( Griffin 30 1 t. JO bushels
"-; t. sheep In D. C.Jones J. W. White; nays, per acre.
; , tained of farmers would accept the >; industry section of countries 'I
dt none absent E. S. Matthews. So the
.;q., advice of the University of Florida" ,, where people have had the wisdom ;
'" :i extention division and buy more eK- I i to prefer the sheep to the dog, ordinance Collections was passed title as stated.' I Come in and talk the matter over with us. Act quickly because we
were reported for the
.-iZ pensive machinery cooperatively. Unless ', prosperity has been n welcome guest.

: the machinery i II bought for :''But these communities are rare, and month Paving amemmenta of December__nn: __u..1 4 41 I must close the contract for a given acreage at an early date, before

,rf. large farms, about the only way such over a large part of the country the Tan redemptlnna 719

..! c;, can be owned economically is by a I dog ranges at his own sweet will. Sewer Interest Lateral on Pavina____nn..n.n_._...-,_..m.nl__._..______.____ f 4 R 4fl 40 other sections contract for all the acreage alloted to Florida. .

f. wwl group of farmers. Otherwise, much So long as wool was cheap and I.leen.ea( ___._ ...__ ..... ___._n...... U1.7S '
1 ..' of the more expensive machinery :,: easily procurable from other countries Fin' n-._ _____ __.... ..eo. _._.__ 17.00
'" would be idle for a large part of the the question as between the dog and
Tntal Collectiona ... __..... RS.3
;t year. Also, several men are required the sheep was not so pressing, and The treasurer's report was filed as

... l' to operate certain of the machcncs, I I!: the American householder could be follows: Bank of
". and where the ownership is cooperative left in possession of his expensive Central. lad StarkeTHE

:. 'ri/ the use of the machines could' luxury. Now, however, when the ..sembee. 1.. to amount an hand.flH4 IU
n.-
81. To amount ree'd tax redemp 1 It
: be made in the same way. fleecy staple is conspicuous for its nee. II To amount ....d leen,.._. 19'71
scarcity, the decision should be put Dee. II. To amount t..'" Flnea .._ 17.00
squarely up to our people: "The dog BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE

_ _ l" .J-. If you are in need of feeds for livestock or the sheep-which T" Dv amount paid> oat ....._____1072.18 808.48
.7 r buy them in your community if .
; possible, even at u slight increase in 3ee. 11. Tn amount on tiand-.__....t464.SO STARKE
price. be tilt QuInine That' Does i not Afflict' till..HtwfHecaun Road and Bridie Fund FLORIDA
Freight will less, the rail- De*. I. To amount on hand _-.__ .$ffa1 41
% roads will be relieved of the burden of *of Its tonic' and laxative effect. 1.AXAT1VKHKOMOOUJNINH By amount paid out .__-_._...?__ 118.67 ,

hauling* them and it will encourage Quinine and doe not ca.I...belter. nenouineia th.n or.lla.ry nor Dee. 81. To amnunt on hand _....$96 rn!
greater production at home. look nnglnYInheal. Rememberth.lull name and Interest F.... '
lor the ticnaiure el li. W. CHOVB.. -We. Dee. 1. To amount on hand ..__ 2$20.SO
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JANUARY 11. 1918. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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1 piker. Many: a titus I've seen $1,000 In are talking about it." COFFINS CASKETS Thirty il.iys after da to on to-wSb

wo GmL \VrJ0&z a slniclo potBesides "Some men would make hotter old AnJ. a full line ofUndertakers' tln. 2Dth! day of .'lIlIlIlIr)', A. )>., 1918:

craps tbe men sang and tnalda. than women" I replied andI I I will apply to the HonoraMo! Ueti ,\. -

played Black Jack a favorite card turned ou my heul and walked away I Supplies, (iaroiimmt'r: County Judge of Itntdfonli' 4
There was a lump In tny throat. Tha Automobile II ell r..". 0
and in which Florida for ordjto cell
: w"\VAS game of campaigners\ one "u.n y. an
-If I they win and lose lilg., It wun' long old timers knew enough to keep\ their I Always on hand. The bent service lit private salt* the ono fifty Klxth. undivided .

all tbe mon months shut but tliiwe rookie were each of l Frudtcr r.
before a few of tueiu bad at the lowest prices. Special interest 0

"y. The youngsters wrote letters until natural gosHlps. The officers would attention to telegraph orders. Hrecilon, and Minnie: S. Uro'dmt. ni.nor

SOI/DIER BOYHOW I thought some of them would' never be hear sure and begin, a search. lied I heirs of ElUa .,. Ir"I.len. .1'cf'nFI.I. in

able to handle s nun on account of come all this way In vain RegisteredEmbalmer and to tho (ollowinl dl'lt'ribt',1
writer's cramp. Des young fellow to-wit: northeast qutirt : -

didn't slight a girl la the sUt. of Texas Continued next week.) DeWITT C. JONES ?r. north half of southwest quarter -
I WENT "OVER ant
THERE" WITH and I auppos. b. told ech ah* waa northeast quarter, and north.

PERSHING'S the only ene. lie ought to get lots et LETTER FROM FIELD: DIRECTOR Starke, Fla. east quarter of northwest quarter,

DIVISION nail .VM tb<<.." ()to'? TilE KEU CROSS I - section 21. township 6 south of range

ec.ua..t lbs breaks In the alep oa IB east, situate and being in U rod ford '

By HAZEL CARTER account ot submarine 4rtU SJ d (or 'good position to furnish such things county. Florida containing in nil 140

other reasons I am ordered not to 41- Macon Go., December 14, 1917. now as wo hopo to be soon. If ;you acres more or less.

cues mows ef the boys slept la th. day. Mr. J. E. Futch Chairman will let mo know a few days in advance the 28th day of December, 1917.

lim, IBM.| CaI'ter ., DsuiLa. Arts.. to a v'.s ..__ time a good .e&i Ther. w.... sot Red Cross Chapter of the visit of Col. A. E. Koohlcr The H. S. BREEDEN,
__v-t... ..... _ag IlUOIUaat C.r|>of lmpMy ",0. J. czt.r.f .boar4'1IhIP. and the .(&- Starke, Florida.
Ut. UP3.4 alat_ Ulal'. .&8 .......a 1. .IT.... Wit* t.ps4LUm. ... many duties Sir I will be glint to go over tho matter Guardian of Fraaier T. Dre.n.
Dear
1'......,.. .. cer. let all band take U as Msy M : with you and furnish such things aa and! Minnie S. ./

Da---.. .. 1I11a ... bkt.4 S_.441.ssf.v .... they could They ka.w th..-. woald M In answer to the questions contain. you might suggest. I think tho state heirs of Eliza J. Breedon de 7

aa4 fell to .. print. en bl. d..*rt.r.. a.. .... tvs plenty to 4. la Ftaao ed in your letter of the 12th instant, fair and exposition will bo a great ceased. 12235tNotice

m.,. at *m t*. tr&uport .fer. iMvn taro..... That to why t*. American soldier kaghtuig I will be glad to deliver packages addressed thing for the state au.ll assure of I
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Alter rrt l ( U. fuoiu 4lTUa U ** and not I.make to any soldier at Camp Wheeler -
s. .... "t.uae4 ..4zII h.rH .11I..... for his captaIn my heartiest co-operation in any WilY of Application Tor Deed
At the TIn
when they gent to me.
world safe for democracy.U. are 0
to a .tarr of pa.s. ......u. In lu qu4ltlM. fuU *f th. aaJ4IeP .10, ea' tb. in about three miles it that I can be of any service.
Km to ef r..i _w. ,&1u.. (*. lira. Ctrtr l la th. ant t* rlt. tk.. .sUa ., t a& knows bl. captaIn aa the fellow camp square Notice ia hereby given that L. II.
TOO***. .a4 eate .rrtwa Ont ..na-_ U.I ..d. UUtery. who looks out for MBS. I apeak of tb. often requires a good deal of timd for --s Ihl. purchaser of tax Cl'rtifcat No.

looking fellow nm to deliver a pucknpo to a pattictiln Need tteneral Tonic the 6th .
COPYRiGHt 191?. .r nut MXJJ. SYNDICATE regular tb. neat soldierly Whenever You a 1. dated day September

_ _ _ _ _ uuuuu__ always tall from a guardsman man and I would therefore riveter Take rove's. A. I). its filed said! certificate in
.....,"-,--_.._-" ._-,I " "" ' ''''.w :you can bal --
: when I say this. And I don't that they be sent direct in cones wharetho The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless my ofTU'o and has made application for

CHAPT1.B Ifl."Spotted" Sat U. m., would sl.sp tntfl tJiiHi'o: mean thai as k re ectlou. 80Id1ar1De"the company and regiment of t'.io!, mni dull Tonic in equally valuable as. a tux dVeil to issue In accordance with

grant "wLoi. duty It was to .<. that regular1 businwu. MIn are known to you. \Vhcn this information General Tonic because, it contains the law Said certificate embraces the following

by a Bluejacket. every on. was out, cam. along and the daytime I saw little of my is not in your posscmum, I well known tonic properties QU1NINU described property situated in '

course we run at night with til stirred them non. too geutly from bnsband. but with the aid of Cupid, will, if possible, find out at Division and IKON. It acts on the Liver Blood, Drives and Hrmlfonl county Fin., to-wit: Lot 29!

OF our portholes masked and no slumber. A few began to think the, Frlvat. 8 ml there I masked up to his Headquarters to what organization out Builds Malaria.lila Whole Enriches System.the 60 cents. In 'Voo..ll1wl. S..c. 18, Tp. 5, S. It. 23

molting was permitted either oa would inlss on. of tb. sights of the berth often at night H. still Insisted the man belongs and then r tho up l I''::., 10 Heron. The anM land being ns-

deck or below after dark. If the guard ; trip if they didn't meet a Dutchmanand I h. would report me. Tb. old timer package. If a man has been tranr.'er- --- OBScd ut the tlntu of tho issuance of

caught a soldier sneaking a "fag" be looked forward hope tully to the who knew m. covered m. up. and all red fo another camp I will trf an,1,1 1Cuul + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +. + 4l'Og.lTk'AL such certiflcitto in tho nome of Mary ,
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ANNOVN'KMENTS.FOR
tagged him and forced blm to do guard prospectDisappointed the men wer. very decent. Whenever ( out where ho hii4 been Bert aol + A. Itollix.UnlcNn.
flnd + + + . . . . + . + +
duty untU be In turn caught another at Through Failure to an officer cam. along they would forward the packago to tho Field Director ? Haiti certifieiito shall bo ro-

It. The system worked pretty well.JTh. an excuse to gather around me. and at that camp for delivery. RF.I'IIKAKNTATIGKOtJI' I. ,,1.'rlll1ecorlinJ to law tax deed will
See U Boats.nowerer swearing. If a fellow should be forwarded to nm I urn ft hnd..t.l.. for mimilwtmKip' In thnHouB0 of .
: boys could smoke all they wanted< I they did very little Packages of Kfpnmcmtfttlvc.1 Ami hvrvby announce 111110 the 21st day January

to on deck In the day! time. After the these optlmlsta wer doom forgot and cut loose b. got a call at Camp Wheeler and the contents. my cnmlUliicy\ in t In tho comlim primary A. P. 1818.

lights were out all, sleeping quarters ed to disappointment for our ship did from aomebody. The loyalty of thea* marked with the name of the man for I fwl\ that I know Ito.. ninnl ntl of hav-ourctmnty 'Vitnt'11 my olllcinl signature anti
\ und ntrtUi In Iviclulnllvu\ wnv *
were absolutely dm k. and there was a not see a "Uerman porpoise" the whole I boys I bad known on the border whom they are intended. In ictu'cn rhfvf clerk,) m of I h.I..",,.. fur the ..'.. Real thin. tho llth day of December. '

severe penalty fur lighting even a'' Voyage, nor did we bear a sun fired.! I pleased m. very much and flattered m. The situation at tho bare hospital .ion of 1017. I .m faunlllur with (the imiciHril- A. I). 11)17.
Since returning to the United States I \\a much improved over what it \VIIH I I..,* of ntd body. I ..'Iic.t th.. .uii.iurt ..( all W. T. WKKKS.
match. The portholes were open to a little gues ,' ,nprntla v..i,.m anil If .h..tol. tir mUfj.
keep the men from Miffocatlug. I I have beard of the attack on some of I IIy headquarter. wars tb. kitchen a few weeks ago. Tho measlos epidemic faithful ..iul UTiviunt ...'vlc.*. K. A. UltKKN (Seat) Clerk.

Before dark I retully located my the ships of the transport Beet but U 1 where I was rated as on. of tbe cooks I which ia what caused the trouble --- ny R. A. VEEK: : $.

husband's bunk since I knew I would was. not on the part of It we were with.It and did my share. hers they called m. here, is about over. While lhoi} j I'OK KFIMtHSKNTAllVK: ':-(.KOl'P) TWO 12-21-5t. Priiuty Clt'ik.

have to travel by >U) ud reckoning, and would have been impossible for us "Silent Jot" because I talked so little lire U Rood many caxcs of l1I mp!!. tnisI 1 I'n'ty l mmouncr mym, If H ciimliint\ | .. in
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to hare been attacked and not to have -afraId vole would betray me. ''Is not consUk'rol I "e riOlIH. n.* mumps Group Twti fur ru-mmitnniinn 0 for I to.. fOc.Sr
my .
1 couldn't afford to stumble over something I lti'iirvH.*miitivt) hi II,.* I.. tclHtHttiru\ fromItrnilfunl Notice of application l'i>r tat ilcctl under
... because thut would get Cinlthvra known of it. As I say lots of the boys Glad that they gave me this reputation, 1.10 I not have the ttanio bad! after elTeitslua cotitity, nutijict to Its.. Motion of thi :

and my husband In bad and lend to my were disappointed because they could I I was ready to life up to It. moasleH un. Then arc now at tho I mocrdtir |riinury fl.>rlion to bo ,lu.111 In Sec. 8. Chapter 1HHK, LaWs of Fin. .
.. Jiiiii'il) *. I ti-ctfully nollHt tho "1'1".1IIr
r 'i
discovery llefoip itulng to bed I took not write home to the folks about the Fool Husband. jlmse hoi-pital about sixty odors BOV- all I \otcrti III tinitl I Hfnuirruiic' primary$ amimuniH Notice is hi-rrby Riven that T. A.

Off my beavy shoe? and carefully bid narrow escape from the vb". end the \ oral of whom utooil at I tho he-nil of *' n (out hr,1 itHclutru| <. ..r my .holy itI 'I Ito kes, of I hikes, t'la I ptl rt'lmis&'r of
writer. One day I was folding up my blanket I I n in hotio.4| with ..,...I..Uo.. tho
great letter jim livil practice and No. 7H ilnled
them. I was Kolnj to make tbo trip Inmy douRhlioys are bunhund coming their, profession JJ- H-tf A. H 1.IU WS. |luLl t tux "I'rUlh'lIl.
Blocking teet. I I IVrhaps some of them did anyway so when I saw my have national reputation*, and! eighty- 7th ilay of June, ,\. 1>. 1H')7 lim illi-d

S Shortly after llnln.s, ; out I felt! a gen i as to let tliowe at home know they down between the tiers of bunks."Vbt I live nurses.Vhito the iuirm mire under -:;; gui.I t's',It 1 I flt'mmtn in my olllce, and Inn
rookie . + + + +
I doing there 4 4 + 4 4 .e
tle push on my nrm, and Bmltberawhispered weren't missing anything are you know tber. tho nuthouty of ami are paid. by S + nuuli, application Tor tax deed to iotuo'

: I By this time I felt almost like a ..01.I be demanded. "Don't you the friivernmcnt their mimeo I. etc., are i in accoiil.iiio- willi i l oiw. SuM! I crrtitlralo -

"All right kiddie Go up torward." Clot! and bad learned to smoke "tailor is drill on deck?" supplied to the Surgeon Central: by 4' IltAL' N OTICKSNotice 4 crnliraceB. tho following doMi-nliud

I sneaked out of the bunk and I made" cigarettes although I bad tried My back bad been half turned toward I II the Ked. Cross. Whilo the food ia.., of 1' property> ,KitiiuLcil, in Bradford county
before this trip as an experiment I blm. I swung around and tore off my thu 4 . + + + + + + + + + + I. of of NKUof :
reached my bUMhll:1ll'a: berth without It only once short, I [ourse, Kovcrnmcnt frc, jiatient' Kin., i-wit: W/i W 4

ij mishap lie was >' I ml to see me and when I was at school) and bad bat My Lair had been cUpped and laughed.Tha all receive plenty of it. . !Io'HIt i : NK'I: 'I. S-c. 20: ), Tp. 0, H. 11. I!) E.

t4 for awhile we forgot the ship and the abandoned it after a couple of puffs. but be recognized blm.me I The epidemic started here or rather of,m n hi Mrml n by l'.er.Klvvn'4* of that F'n'rI.aor| urnlcr .nml. nindunn t>vvirturt Tlic Kind l.ind ioeimog untu'UHcd at the

c1 War and the dunuers and were our- I In the privacy of my bunk I devoted Joke was on b. said. was brought here, ut the time the hospital whole lot of time to trying to roll "You fooled me. kiddie. Kin: lit h Jiiilicittl. t'irciiit i>f I lorlilu, lit < hnnccry. -
it f Unknown.
elves. But. aolth.r-like.,. he suddenlycame a first opened. AB. wan only in tho mime t>
\ drill. thw lntdny
to In .ml fur Urn.lConl cutinty on
and "You'd better up
down to casvx \ them with as much careleasuesa < \ go could do w.. to help I planned for fivo hundred and the number of. Ja,..,".". A.It. 1905. In w rrrtilin cnunotlw'riin UnlcHH Plaid cortilU-ato Bhall bn rc-
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"I've got to rt'inirt, you kiddie" be real economy of tobacco as are shown But the best his chest. of patients ut one time rein hod pi'niluitft" W tcr..'fl .f. J. HnymtinH IN. ileetni'd) to law tax deed
to a good cry en ami I Hurry I, Ktvt ni anti Mnu Itl !'c'or.lnt
bad acquired myself omplulntini.
aid. "You can't K<. on or you willet I by the U. S. soldier. I who could sea OS. almost seventeen hundred', it wait nut- vnm .... iaf.Innta l i , ant '1', W "...1.'" anilII I will IHHUI' I ht'f'on on the llth dny, of
one
the no
21 a. all In bad." the "maldn's" and spent hour. at There was with as always, and : urally very crowded. Tho hospital 8. Inmnii, co-piirtni'm. nr.. t'\liilmnntM. th. January A. 1) 1'JIH. WitnpHK my of- o
1111.1. He: Insisted tbat task. I lie was gentle m. all ami, at first ..nde..I"'d. MM Hn-rltl MtiMt *r .1".10..1, In and Real tint thom 1st
with flcial ,
4'e1 I pleaded needed that cry corps mt'lI.wt're green .. .... .. .. .I l mil Hiicnature
I I was happy. I bad ..alt) Mnul l p< r will I (IT'r f r aisle an
r lie owed It to hI. country and bla uniform -I About tb. third or fourth day eut I think b. was a little I there were very few mimes. The doctors to tOo.. hitflitHt Ijliliii for rnnh at imhlio ..ut. thy of Ducrniber. I ft. 1I7.!

t to report me felt I was pretty proficient and got out a long time. wIre would risk i in charge, however worked extremely cry. ti*.fon. lOin court hoimt* tlmir. of thi* court W. T. :
too to know bit of Htarkt', Hrmlfonl ( aiit . deck proud hntiHt* In I tliu> city
"Forget you hart> seen me, I urged, fry brown papers and tobacco ou much and follow him so tar Just to hard! and deHcrve, I think nfjood loriilH.. on lion 4lh ilny, of I tOiruitry. A. l I' (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court:

.'/ "and let me go along. I will Join the I and went to it. Near me was a sailor o enjoyed that momentI I deal of credit for what they accomplished 10IH ilurlntc th I I IfHitl. houra of milt. *. (Iii, fnlluwlnic U. A. WKKKS: :
him. I By ,
Red Cross aa soon aa I get ashore in off one of our biggest battleships who be near with the facilities at their ili-nrrilwd prnprrty, to-wit:
i\\ offlcvre on board .. IxitH HvrAl Clcrk.MicrKT'H .
_ to defend didn't care U all the An tin,llvi ::4t France." I was In the gun crew assigned but non. did. I command.I ( nnd Htvott <7l of IIN-rk. Kitflitffii: ( |lot I' of
the transport from attack. lie was saw me, to note that the peopleof thn oriiflnHl I Hiirvi'y i>f I Ito tntvii 4if Stunk'.
i Alarm Interrupts Talk. for me to go through tb. am sorry ,,,,.. In.
I him watching me It wall easy I' lorhlii.. .it nil rtlHo an nmliviili\ | .toIf .
and I Sale.Notice
off duty snw simple drills on shipboard for I was your community feel that the Ked .......t I in I lint 0s. reel of I liititl in n,1! town ofStftrkn
He Dually ncri'iti' be would not report I I rolled the pilL Finally be here. To -Hprilmt. followa
closely as with the to ahow Cross has liven m'Klwnt / m"n imrticuliirly nri : i IS that umler,
army
mo until Jus) before we arrived. familiar enough ('"", ,,,,'nrinu' nf tin I mml''low' .tot inrnir <>f thr hereby J'iv"1
nllli It that long but b.1) Idled up. ain't up a lot of the rooklea at it. Borne of show "hat has Ijcen done, I amn- ahciMi it.*..""1..1 l litlH., itinl ,,,,,"10111 tone' WIN! and l joy virtue of that et'rtlinlt oftXt't'uti"mt
If I got away be asked, "you'ro a Jane. herewith lint of ", uppli"HCurniHh..t . . , thirty
Say. lbS men who did not know I was ilosing a n Inn ntin north Into' nf Minlmim trt Umied, out of miii,! < r tho
Insisted be must do It then llowerer. ?" tho fled! CHIHH nt Camp unit .,n.hnull 1'1"' '"j ) f".1, tlu. .....' r.m tmrt h
'we agreed to Bee. uch other the next : you doln'-klddln' mo?" I aboard were curious about my shaving." by onu 'huntlri, ) flvi. < I I''>r I r.., I. I hi.....,. mml hi.rly eul of t tliv ciiciiit, court in nnd for
and I "What are you "When do you get out your razor? \\hoelor up to dati. ('IhiH lint contains oinhiinin| 'I| tin Mlut I I 0 I r..1 I In I Ihtimlni nf h.*.. I llrnilford I I t'.ulty. Kla, I J"lIrildlln
another
night to have talk asked him. I day. he\' I
asked one
m. of I
thought: with tin, whole Atlantic be- klddlu' be answered. a youngster of lhi> Minilhw, .fit iMi'irti, of Sort l"|in n the nth day \'ml'r. ,
me.
,, I could persuadehim : "1 guess' you're "I don't have to use it except once at camp) Mont of them went of T."I"-.I..hl 'JM: |. |town'Iui' |1' .i< M; I l.Hotiih l. nnd iHHiied I i in i "t'rtlill I caime I tlioro-
twecu us and Frii.e "I pcKKed' YOU by the way week" I answered. "I'm a kid yet course, tO() the hospital.! I have spent, of rnitw.. twtnlytwo, i 22' <.HH!. n".1 l H*>- in penilmu wherein) thn ,V. '1'. 1 Unw-
a .
In the meantime. Just as I was of those pills. No recruit of each at tho Jninlnii Knit) loU' n... (Fit, nnVI'II fIt
ready to back the submarine '! :you wrap up one better You go to it every day to look manly. a largo portion day lurk ..I,lit, ,..n MH I I UM nlovi< id.Hrrllud'Ihi leigh Conifiany, a corporation ix pl.nn-
getting K" U. so raw he can't roll on. share to play my hospital talked to the doctors nurses ., . ..'a..II.,1| (lot.
Once I did try to hutiln Int.I n alarm sounded whit h broke all the boys than that. They wouldn't let him In and pationtH, and 110\'"' endeavored to liumiitti. of W. If Ui.,.,.. ih l .n.fUMxl. which, utTorc. .r di'fcnd-,
ont of their bunUx. seasick .s most ofjUivrn couldn't. But what part wait .n..y..1 l .liy thi- ....1 t W. II Uivi-r* t"Jon" I.. A. .JOII.q. nnd! . Kh./
It be soldier needed, ,
j the army of Of course there were always the find out what wan and supply ,,, I.,>u Hivrrn tint) Hnrry Kivcrn u Cow tints, I, W. J. ,' ofhiritolfurif
were. you'r. doing on this Joy ride I. none songs and w. bad quit a collection it I think that every requent for assistance month* I h*fort hia ,li.nth. 11'rH..n. have levied
I ran back to mj' place just In time I business sis. Don't be afraid I'll instruments aboard that has heon mull, to the Hniil i>r"i>i rty to h. aohl HH tltu propi-rly' .iftint ( 1.'loritl.
my musical tho
of .. .,,1"| | that certain rI'll I property in
over me and what unit) I lurry 111cc to mitlHfy icrse on
to bear the rookie quartered i j I tip you off. I'm In lbs navy lung manned by amateurs. One doughboywho I Ked Cross has been met as promptly snot CIte, property of the Haid J. I,. (!hiltui"I l, ont
arguing with the sergeant. 1 time army Aoea ain't my affair so had recently returned from eerv- us possilje.! T> r:. KNIi.H Hri-clul MuHti-r. defendant de-
of the above named
"('et up out of (ber.I"! shouted the" as we get you over there all O. K. b. Ice In Hawaii bad brought a nkalele The hospital hits! Mix thousand Manketi C MVIIIKSON.Solicitor, : for .Oiinplitinnnt. 1-4-ftt Hcribed UB follown: Lot No. 2 uf the
but
boat alarm. \
"Don com. Ttout'i the U I didn't admit I was a girl bad along and b. went big for the boys of its own in addition to those nup- northeast quarter of section 2. town-
"1 don't care whether we sink or I knew. He was a nice boy who tunes.It the Red Cross and as there ':
HAI.K
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and I got liked those dreamy plio by HHKKIFI-'H ship H, south of range 22 eunt, also
DOt" answered the poor boy." 1 bope come from Iowa originally Is a strange thing about soldier nro only about! thirteen hundred. patients Hi Ibe does. Don't bother me. \ real well acquainted with him later. b. does not sing the stuff writtenfor they are pretty well fixed in AN HhcrtlT, .,llrndfonl County. Htu. (. "r f fI of
that northeast nee-
of tho iuurtrr
routed. out the rookie few people on the I Ittridu. undi ami by virtue of stood rcrlmnwrit ten
The sergeant tollow1 II. was one of the sad and him but prefers the tear Jerker this respert. There arc also ut present of wieciition '.....*.1 out of and. under. tl,. tion 2, township| Mouth uf rnnK!-2J
without much ceremony and I transport on tbe way back a and sentimental ballads. The soldier enough flannel pajnmnfl. If the 'eo- .*..1 of tlif* (Ireult Court of llritilfoM. County. ; .
i.n.l
assigned to me on and w. became Jttmt'f K Moot .ml In favorof Kast: contiiimnif in all luji U-II.
ed along to a place trip for me. will be about back desire to iiSHist litrldn. nunlnHt r
life belt as I I lonesome him only the norm In Franc pie in your community Hank. ,.f I.nktt Itutli-r. M corporation" nntldut flare or lesx Ics" right of way
a life raft putting on my quite chummy. I saw home and not about beating tbe baches.Yet however I would ho very glad! to receive ,,d, th. trot dny. of April. A"*. Itll I, will 1'rll.of the ( ;i. H. & !". and I(' *
went. All the men had orders to don other night here lu Iloboken. i these boys were going to the contribution! or flannel !loud "",'r for Hnlt and ..U! to the hitchi-tit and hint railway ,' '
of (i. S. & I Ky.A
first and then go remarked \t'. bard luck and bidder. for c.Mh at the front door ..f (h. courthouN south half lying east
their life preservers "Well. b. girls trenches and tbat hell with a smll. nocks flannel night caps, sweaters, In Town of Slurke. |.,..011..1| (Tounty. of northwest quarter (of norllieatt \
In an orderly manlier to their placeflo"Iread1 they got you. The other two a song If any reformer kicks on that preserves' fruits, rtc. Tho sweaters rloriiln., iti Mondny. February 4th. A. I>. IV1H nouth \ 4 4ot
there had been two or three aboard could roll them better than you be ought to go himself. Tb. needed. A th<* Ham twtnic A IMKAI mil..a ilny of saul l .nUnt.Ioiring 'quarter of section 2, township K.
and the disciplined all right" crap game arc especially large portion th* IPKA! hour of Hul.. lh,. Colhwhnoi! rnngn 22 east, in lirndford county /
drills In the dnytlme. and slipped through I men are gambling thulr lives. Why not of thoHe given out by me HO fur c..I. >..,a real talat oll..n'.. hotnit, nml' lying Florulu. And I will gamn
man soon catches on. "],lor. power to them It they did. their money? huv-c been given; to men leaving( tho In Rrndf'inl ('..uny. H..rldn. (..-wit : ole thp
of
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reached the dsck there was "1 bop. they mad. It. Rlork Fiirhtrpn, of W..rthln"u.n Kirlnirn.rlorlda. for Hale on Monday) .ah slay
I answered.
Wb.n excitement In the no more girls The Bookie Who Talked Too Muoh hospital. Of those received all hut a weordinic In aurvty uf J. W. I'stbofl February A. D. 1918 the same being a
were
confusion and no Of course there IImt Avi-nu. on rant
DO couple of hundred have been manufactured btiundd' on north by t
pitch black darkness. The men were on board. lie was trying to kU me Moat of lbs soldiers kn.w and bad which have been bought by by t'I..,., .1....'. on outh by Ifatchvr *trf"t. legal sales (day between eleven o'clockin
Peraaing. ones and -wtut by Main atrtwt. the and two o'clock in thep.
to their places fastening m1Io.t.w. with and BMB General on a. m.
proceeding quietly and get served tho Red Cross. 1 In addition) a large AUo. .....Innln" at northvaat corner of north the legal hours
their life belt.. although moat Ue sew mere et.the doughboy . of northwrnt quiirti'r of Hrctlun2H. m., the same being
en Shipboard. |I II of fruit etc. of rant |u r1i>r 0
bad been wakened out of snoring on than most major generals and gets hi amount preserve, Townhip 8 .,,"th. Knnice lit mauI. thrn run of sale, in front of tho court house
.f them and content*! tsr Yet they which no accurate account has been rpat 140 yard to point of rommffiewmtmt, Bradford county Florida
of the behavior nappy with 1a1l1lDen. door in Starke
sleeps and 1 was proud was pretty and I Iecam. closer contact kept have been delivered to the base tn.nc, outh 140 yanlN, wmt 210 yanlfj. no.thI
of toe soldlera Uncle Sam wasending tie next couple of day. goes talked little ef him except to shOW 140 yar.(H, and ....t 210 yarda t.. mint of and sell tho same to the highest

too sure of myself. Most of bad faith la bin B. seemed t. hospital Commencement.. and best bidder for cash.
to the trenches.If ... they to deliver by I south of north '
their Tho Ked Cross expects Alan, bvwinnintr. MO yanti
over who .pent
all our boys who are going to tb. boys were getting be a sort .f distant person week two aHt corner. of north.aut .lnrt"r of n'.rthwmt'I'o.t.r W. J. FPIERSOr.Shlrif. I
and the Inevitable the latter part of next one-
as this time Indefinite place. The Town.hip A anuth,
well
Instructions' as sIckneM by hoe time in some of Section itM Flu.
France obey that follows tbs army soldier's friend. ton Ford trucks anti one Ford touringcar ttnntt 19 ...t. th* nr* .unn,".. nouth 140 y.r.I.l Iradord
that shipload did there will be no ex- crap game could beer th. captain U tbe t."b.t for the use of the haRe hospital. (torn..j wmt 210 yarfta., thtnc.. north 140 yarditand A. Z. ADKINS
You
for the lose of a life. It all moved warn In progress. There was macb speculation as ttu ncv *aat UfJ yardtt tot point of "" "In. 1. 1-51
ewe "Jim. the will explain
above
and that (
bis head. calling for "Llttl. Jo. would do when they reached Trusting ninirAUo. Atorney.
lost
men they
like clockwork. No one after they got out tbe "hot to get Into conditions here and that you will let an un..I.I.,1.. | | | on-flfth Intarnit In following .
seasick rookIe. however climbed my Hicks" of France and all were eager land. to-Wit H.'b..t 'Io.rtcr. nfouthinMt
My boat and got a call from and colds. and they mad plenty action. They wanted to try it anyway. me know if I can be of any assistance .iu.irtrr. of Ruction 2ft. and) on.hnli'tern Nolil'f of alplcatol for tax clc..i! ; under
Into the wrong
noise. I be fed up on It a year from I am I In n"rth..t. cnrhvr of northraiit 'u.ukrter Ser. 8, Lawlor Fla.
the corporal not very ..tabo..1 -We may fellow who had Yours very truly of Rtrtlon 1A. all In T wrmhip r wiuth II"..... 'hApt. "llK.
"Don't know" bellowed tb. corporal The officers were now." declared one OAMIJLE: 21 1 vaHt and: the smuthwitit 'l..n.Io"| of outh- Notice is hereby th.it W. C.
you the game run waiting several JAMES ; (hot lot ft? jiv"f
for of- ship and let crap been watchfully ; went (|ijnrt'*r of fiuthwfnt <|imrtt'r
"tbat lifeboat la reserved noise necessary to the successful "but I hope w. set Field Director i.f WnoitUwn of Hfitlnn It). and' northwmt Fontcr purchaser : t'rlficllt
.? Get out of ther.I"! I with all the national pee.time. months In Mexico" ttiartcrr lot 8 of Woodlnwn) of Hcctnn II. No. dated tho nth Uiy .r ,
demo- I playing uf this some action soon. all I lit Tvwnahin" 5, "nouth., Itiinuf' it rant and) 212. c'Ttificata
"1 don't think this la a very | of the boys had been in par- beginning to think I would PRISON FARM: H TOII.VVK lot number. 5A in Hcctlun 10, Township" ft viuth.Itimtff A. I). HUI. has fed said
nitnbl 1 the ymin*" w. One I was I .... of Maid' ... I application,
ratio army. j lu.-k ami, had only a thin myself. and half hoped FAIR )oXIIIIIITOne 22: .t. BM shown" on map *o in my oIcp. alI mal.
bard trenches : .
get In J ticularly see the SOon township snI ranir. Stool n f>ait*' on** ofHook to issue
what boat | in
yon for n..corllncfwith
If they're fussy margin and "
I future wouldn't be scared, C
left to put up for a I knew 1 of Mipa .n.1 Platt of uaid ninty and).1Rtnt.
at such a time. I'm going to Ituaslu to 1 dime copped a big pot. Just then so. I was part of the expedition by In fries nt Clirk of Circuit Court at law. Sai'l! certificate "nlroce.4h U

enlist where there's some freedom if when he sounded. W.knew I felt would have suited of the most interesting exhibits! Starkv, ail County unit 8tnti( tho following described property situatcod -
alarm Nothing In..t In foU
they don't drown me, and I don't car the submarine were near hoe dancer sou* thin better time. than to have climbed Into a at the Florida state fair and! oxposi- lowing Alan" Hit Unfbt unilivlili'4. bfwit" :on-t4ntrt North half of outh- In Bradford county. I"la., to-wit:

U they do." \ we shouted ODe of the play me Corporal John Cart.r. U. tion to be held in Jacksonville from weHt jua.rtr of Section 21 Townnhlp. 6 M>uth.Kanv NE1-4 of NE1-I and NWl- of NF.l-t
"llnrrv up I" dltcb beside '19 wit sod n..rth.nt 'i'iurt.'r' of .....'10-
lT The alarm was only Intended aa aLight .. w. .11 broke sway from our B. A. I bad caught lbs spirit of tim.crowd February 26 to March 9, inclusive! west qu.rt.r and w.it half of Houthwmt *tuartir > sec. 16, tp. 7, S. K. 22 E.: 80 acres.date The

drill and we were soon ordered er. and bad bait got my hnabud will be that of the state prison farmat of Swtion 14 Township, 6 sV>uth, Range said land being assessed! at the
Ol I trailed along with I pierce.Tb. 19 wit and ttuthajit 'nii.rt.r of nortlirantqu of such certificate in
back to quarters. winner calmly collected the i pot. to consent to Ut m. go<>> along as far Raiford which will be asesmtled .rUtr; soul north.*.t quarter of souttorsatquarter of the issuance
.
tile rest, almost boldly because there shoot me. and I w1U tell I cuuld make it. I was happy. by Superintendent W. D. Purvis.! In canOe thr.t ...*.. In Nouthwmt corner tho name of E. B. Dees.

I was little danger of detection in that "They may amounted -before as morning without. any warning his. letter to general Manager B. K. of !Section Ptft*.n, Townnhip 6 aouth.Ranir I Unions said certificate shall be redeemed -
I rolled Into bunk tb. world to. be Then one 19 .at.; .n>l north half of northwvntquarUr law tax doed!
laky darkness. my this sugar for a bloom*"* a talkative rookJ., who bad been Hanafourde of the state fair regard' of northwtU Quarter anrl north twit ncccording to

and was soon as sound asleep aa any- I will lesve torpedo Uto. Thatwould sesslck. but was now better and fresh ing the participation of the state of ioutriwtf.it. quarter and rant half of aouthant will Issue thereon on the llth diy of

, tody. Aa I dosed off I knew I was not butcnmsn to put a If It ever rains prison farm Mr. Purvi. says: qu.rt*>, and all louthwant Q".rt.or' January, A. D. 1918. Witness my official
.ladl. said
: south and woeS of branch
be jo.t my northvaat quart llth
,J afraid of submarines, for the alarm will be c. ,xbt with forkIt .- "Did you bear there U a woman I "In reply to yours of the 17th inst, ..,,,nln... through aald quarter In Section U't.Township signature and seal thU the

bad not scared me at all and I thought soup I drill alarm eo lbS aboard?" relative to an exhibit from this insti I
another
enough U boat. Will "Where fjunrtr of Nouthwmt o.uartr of 8fCtion W. T. WEEKS
. we bad sighted a sums calsmltlst returned to th. game oaly Tou don't sayf anawsrsd. tution. I will be glad to furnish anything 24. Township south, Ran r. IV *Kt. Court.
After that we bad many of these W. J. LI'KKKHOM.: (Seal) Clerk Circuit
for his roll. the devil Is. sb.rI from here that would be of any
I drills at all hours. Most, of tbe men to b.taken"would have been better tor m* If -I don't know f can't mak. her" l benefit to you. However, this inati. D. E. KNIGHT.Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida., Hy R A. WEEKS: Clerk

soon became calloused to tbs danger of -U bad been torpedoed." he said after answered.. il'vj.te a.pokJn! !{JBEoily- tution is new and we are not in as I Attorneyor Complainant. l-4-6t 12-1 l-6t. Deputy
submarines and some of them got soeontdsle.pjbrogh we
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oners lire properly looked( after! in his following week. Rev. T. S. Stark will tey. PINE GROVE
, '. .'j'. ". territory. He is of the opinion that also attend the conference. I The first. meeting of the town coun-

'/'".. ;;,' turpentine people are paying too Mimes: Eldndgc:; Reddish and Clara cil was held Tuesday evening. Considerable
Miss Flossie Reynolds teacher
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I', 11., much ( $:it)0.00 per year) for convict : und Pearl Bennett were visiting rela- business was transacted after o!
tj' labor, but is determined that the prisoners tives in the Wateroak section last \"Hch the old officers were "cussed"out Pine Grove school returned Sunuaj'

. ':' / : County News Items shall be treated properly, regardless Saturday and Sunday. I and the new oneS "sworn" in. The evening .and opened school Mommmorrfing. )

'f1' : of the high prices paid for !Mrs. Enoch Griffis is spending a street committee for the ensuing year
John
them and says no blood money is to few,.lays with her son, Arthur at St. will be V. R. Reddish, chairman: A. Misses Reynolds in and Pine Grove pemmnriof ),
bu made out of them. Petersburg.Mrs. I M Blanchard and E. L. Biggs. Finance Raiford were section -

<.. IebrestlnPact* Gathered Durlne the Week by Our Mrs. Lottie Beasley Dead P. L. Dinkins and little daughter : ; committee: E. L. Dig s. chuirnrin Sunday evening.
/, Regular Correspondent Mrs. Lottie Beasley died last Sunday of Jacksonville are visiting relatives :: J. C. Cone and A. M. Blanchard Mr. Joel Griffis and son, Malli
r .
in Starke business.
,,: '' I" at her home near Brooker. :Mrs. in Lawtey this week. Mrs. R. D. Bennett visited her son were Monday on

'it. \ ,; i.'M" Btmsley was formerly Miss Lottie Rev. Alfred Evenden.. and. wife were at the hospital in Jacksonville Tues- Misses Vann and Fannie Grim
\ ; ." .. - -- spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs
Hall( born in Alachua county but visitors to Jacksonville last rrmay. 4 i day. ,
I"I"j r f.:', GRAHAM. Mr. T. B. Tricst was a visitor to I spent most if her life in Bradford Rev. Evenden purchased an Oliver Lawtey Camp W. O. W., No. 1W, E. L. Griffis. ,
teacher
Lisle th
j Mr. Wilkinson at
I" It I Gainesville Saturday. county. About one year ago she contracted typewriter and other supplies he has held! its regular I ,
Mr. and Mrs.[ David Jones, of a severe cold, which developed decided were necessary to the more Tuesday mnitlatledchn'VWe with school spent the week-eiv
'. have been having Home cold Hampton, were visitors*! Sunday at the into'tuberculosis. Just five months succesful conduct of an upward movement fives candidates were ina his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W

, J" weather for the past few ays. I home of Mr. and Mrs.: 1) W. Moore. ago her husband died from the same he Is planning for every department ,more will be ready for initiation the Wilkinson.
.. 1,. Wins Marie lyul, of :SUirke:'; is visiting I ;Mr. J. J. Cain and children, of disease. Mrs. Beasjcy was held in of the Lord's work in Grace !M. next meeting. \ Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Griffis and sons,,

her sister Mrs. E. D. Abernathy i Louise were visitors the first of the high esteem and loved by all who E. church. I Mr. N. T. Peoples and eon, Gus i Ernest and Dennis, spent Saturday at|
r' 1' The stork visited the home of Mr. week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. knew her. The remains were laid to Mr. II. D. Randall came over from left the first part of the week far Starke.
" ,t and Mrs. N. 1>. Wynn, December :30th, S. B. Woodard. rest in the Antioch cemetery Rev. Jacksonville and spent Sunday with I Jacksonville, where they will be em ;, Mr. J. Griffis was in Ralford Saturday -

} leaving them u fine boy. Mother and Miss Estelle Woodard returned lust Larrumore conducting the funeral his family in East Lawtey. ployed. I on business.
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, +. child lire doing well.Jt' Monday afternoon after a few days' services. She leaves a father and mother Mr. and !Mrs. W. E. Torode an I Miss Florence Williams and Mi' F. There will be preaching at Pine
Mr. Lee Byrd, of Jacksonville visited visit with relatives and friends in Bennett [ Grove church Saturday night and Sunday .
and one child also two sisters tle son. Edwin, and Miss Jeanette D. Sloat of Washington D. C., are ,
Jt' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Starke. and two brothers, Mrs. C. L. Hunter visitors morning at 11 o'clock. Everybody
1M were to Jacksonville on i upending some weeks as guests at thoi
r t Byrd, a few days of last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. I.. Youngblood of this place being her sister. Mr. Monday.Mr. I i home of Maj. and Mrs. A. M. Van i, cordially invited to attend both ser
Mr. J. B. Davis and wife R. U. visited relatives at Starke last Friday and Mrs. Hunter attended the funeral.We 'I T. D. Weaver was transacting i Dyke in East Lawtey. Miss Williams vices.

Surrency and Mr. Riley Wasdin made and Saturday deeply sympathize with the bereaved business near Ocala several days last I, is a sister of Mrs. Van Dyke. Air. John Griffis of Hastings, is vii-
I u business trip tp Gainesville Wednesday Messrs. Arthur Bennett and, John ones that are left to mourn. week. I Misses Mattie Stalsby Loca Johnson iting at the home of Mr. Joel Griffin

,1'' nie Stafford made a trip to Brooklyn I City Council Meeting Mr. J. Ed Byrd of Raiford, was the and Dorris Law who spent the Messrs. John Manning and Corbett
Mr. Jesse Surrency, wife and, two Sunday afternoon.Mr. City council met in regular session guest of his parents in Lawtey Mon 'holidays at their out-of-town homes, Griffis of Manning are visiting relatives .
i I children: little Willie and Susie, of )Edwin Freeman of Starke January 2, 1918, with the following [ have returned to resume their duties I in Pine Grove sectt n.

4 friends Tampa in are and visiting around Graham relatives and made a business trip to Theresaa last present: A. C. Strickland mayor; day.The sermon which was announce Has teachers in the Lawtey school.! I We are glad to have our friend, Mr
Friday. J. W. Townsend chairman; Chas. II. | Dr. E. L. Biggs was transacting,, Ernest back with
.. Dr. W. ))0;, Middleton, of Hampton by Rev. Alfred Evenden for last Sunday Griflls us! again. Ho
Mr. Jake Lee returned, home a few Register and J. II. Scarborough. I business in Jacksonville first of been in service for Uncle
made a business, trip here Friday. morning was not preached on ac- I part Chas I Sam for
days after extended visit at
an Minutes of
last
ago meeting read the week.
the last
approved six
count of bad weather months.
+. Mr. Frank Bcvill motored over to keeping many
Worth Ga.
16 Gainesville Thursday. and adopted. of the congregation away, but this :: Miss Eunice Dinkins! returned to
Mr. Lonnie Hightower was a visitor Report from standing committee her school
Mr. J. I. Ogden has purchased a to Therensa Tuesday. none. sermon will be preached next Sunday at Tampa last Saturday, Try a Telegraph want a Ford touring car morning January 13, rain or shine, after spending the holidays here at
Mr. Jeff Hagan of I'ulatka, is at Committee on investigating condition and it will be delivery of "A God- the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
hUll a
Mr. J. C. Harry of New River
the bedside, of his sister !Mrs J. W. of city band instruments reported Charles Dinkins.
; / cloned, out hin mercantile business at Batten given Vision of a Wonderful Race'Service :
that all instruments had been turn- at 10:30 in I Mr. A. A. Stokes was a business :
t bark here. We : Grace M. E.
h1 are gad to welcome his buck to our Mr. :S.; B. Woodard was a visitor to ed in in good condition with the ex- church. !; visitor to Jacksonville Monday and' 1
New River Sunday. ception of two snare drum sticks and Tuesday.Mr. I
little town. You tell that the people in belt Election of main officers will be held
can our strap for tuba yet to be turnedin. H. B. Bennett
was transacting
Dr. Thomas and wife have returned burg have killed hogs thin full, as you next Sunday night at the Epworth business in
from a short visit to Atlanta, wherer can smell sausage cooking three timesa Petition of citizens laid League service at Grace M. E. church Highland Wednesday.Miss CO FLOLC
(as over
r .. M they have boon visiting relativeaa : and the pastor promises another good Leila Byrd. daughter of Mr.
day.
from last meeting) was again broughtup. and Mrs. J. C. I
who
Byrd has been
nI4 Misses Georgia, and Carrie Mills of The social immediately after conference
t. Starke, visited their sister Mrs.... I':. sidered and same required being number carefully of taxpayers con- if he is returned here to be held at spending several weeks with relativescame
1 T. Stewart lust week VANDERBILT. the home Tuesday. BONES
." thereon.It parsonage which will be free to
.' Mrs. W. P. Byrd has returned from the league members and ten cents to Sam Addison of Jacksonville i?
was moved Mr. that RUBBER COPPER
:I Raleigh Fla., where she has W-n visiting The farmers of this section are by Register visitors. Better get busy and join the visiting relatives in and near Lawtey
a supplementary warrant of ten dollars
I her Mrs. busy killing hogs. this week. TIRES BRASS
mother I'hinney. be issued to League on Sunday evening. The Ep
:. Mr. II. K. Mills madu a busines We have been having very cold shale Seconded day Mr.and night mar. worth League is growing and will Rev. Henderson, pastor of the M. E. TUBES LEAD
by Scarboroughand
trip to Starko Friday. weather for a week or two, but it is carried. soon be a real live institution. The church South, will preach Sunday

"w.. I t Airs. Cull! Abernathy it on the Hiek warmer this week. Officers reports read and meeting will be held at 5:30: with Mr. morning at 11 o'clock also Sunday ROPE SCRAP IRON
list this week. We wish her a speedy/ There was u large crowd at Emanuel accepted. Charles ]Hess as leader. evening at 7 o'clock. The. public is
Street
work on Main streetcompleted. cordially invited. SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PROMPTlY
'. recovery. Sunday afternoon. Everybody invited Part requestedby Mrs. G. W. Brown and son, Clifton,
Mr.! Earnie Dowling, of Waldo, was to attend the Sunday, school. II. S. Newsom.payment Motion was that returned to Gainesville Sunday evening Write For PriceUstPfhSUTARMfTALca

( a pleasant visitor IIITO Friday. There will be church at Emanuel be allowed was seconded carried.$150 after spending the holidays at 1VATERMELONN
and HAS : :
.' Mosses and Itunio Graves
Onie night and
entertained Saturday Sunday. Every Other bills their home here.
examined and
were
n number of their friend body invited to come. as follows paid Mr. R. D. Bennett accompanied by 657 C. BAY JACKSONVILLE
-, ' : with music Thursday evening. Allreport :Mrs. [I.. A. Pinholstor South Florida .: I Dr. E. L. A. 1 ..
_ J. W. Tnil. hull writ ell lx months $30.01 Biggs and Henry Bennett I : 1. Andrcu who lives a short distance
1' a nice time. wus a s'o lu'r mother :Mrs. ,ir; lil Miss Francis Murrhee tlio, W. K. C'onner. this week. II. H. Ni'wnmn street and brlilirn work 2B.OO
spent . the former's 14-year-old son, out his fence last week found
1' I' Iieglter com. on eoi]) >clionfl___ 1014 R'I jams a JOHft/ WHITE & CO.,
week-end with her nutvntu, Mr. andM ,I 111Ll'VY Norman has been visiting rimra I'ulillnhinit "0., urintinic __---_ 6.25 11.> Jr., where an operation was per. good-sized watermelon that had lain I
t Mrs. E.: J. Murrhec. 1 relatives and l friend in C'olToe county, II'!, v.H "rtiillipx. HCHV, ..ntfi-r iillouunci, :!.IIII') I formed on the latter for appendicitis.At I concealed (under grass since summer. LOUISVILLE KY.

M1e Mr. Lnry l Reynolds, of Daytona I in Georgia, the I past two weeks, and, bin Main NpwiMim.sheet ....-nlloHanco. .. -'on-_ contract. _. __IfiOOl I this writing the patient is doing So far as Is known he is the first to I Llb.r.l assortment > +
i e visiting his parents for 11 few clayn.. parents are looking for him home thiweek. I year
. ( Mrs. Maud Graves; left for lie be Shelton Hull rfiittiry warrant* __ ____ CO 00 "
Saturday will accompanied bytwo u Mr. Skinner of a''the I II ::::WfURS
.1 I. It C'liflHliitn. trviiHuri'r ,__ ____ 7.01)) Jacksonville was next. Hogs; had ,been pastured in
Savannah where .she will visit her of his cousins. J !V. 'rfmniiunil.. council .MITVICO __-____ 3.00 visitor last Sunday at the home of Mr. i the field in tho fall but they failed to
"'< 'r. son, T. A. Graves. Mesurs. L. L. Conner and F. M. Nor- .It I.. II K. Scurliorouuli.lull, council HITVICC -____ 4.00 und Mrs. H.[ D. Randall in East Law- j'I' discover the melon. j Hld* and
council I nvrvirc Coat Skin ,
400
M' Mrs. CSeorgo Stone spent the weekend man were shopping in Starke Sutur* J. W.: June.. council m rviee-:::__ ==:: 4.00
.,:'t"I i. at Hastings with her daughter! Saturday. ,'hn. II. lU'Kintur.' council service _____ 4.00 - -- -'" --- .. -. - ------ ---
\, '.;; '.. Mrs Will Jones. A largo crowd attended l church at (A.'. (I K.'. khan Htricklnml., clerk) orvlc council, ______.-____ 4.01 -
'f,'" !Mr. John Milicun of Hastings, was the Vanderbilt church Saturday night No further business u ,mayor4.00 council ad-

"I ,, :,,> here on business Saturday. Masters Leon Conner told, Charlie journed.
;i 4 }, : !Mr. J. li. Reynolds inside n business Alvarez were visitors to Raiford Sun C. ..'. RIVERS Clerk. I
. . it. trip to Starke Friday. day night. Third Carload Has Arrived
J !Mrs. Alice Kite of Sampson City, One of the soldier boys vat visiting;
'I :( was here Saturday visiting her sister, at the home of Mrs. Warren Sunday. RISING.

-: :\\o .... Mrs. N. I). Wynn. Mr. F. T. Normnn and Ike Colton -
If' c.j .i i' !Mr. Odell Abernathy of Jacksonville were in Starke Monday on business Most e\'ery-'rarmel' in this section

,. '!. is here visiting relatives and ;Misses I.. Reddish and Clara Ben is busy ('leaningup the old stalks and
'" friends. He is student nt the Mua-! nett were visitors nt the home of Mrs.L. .
e"i' breaking up their fields. There is
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soy Business College. L. Snpp Saturday night anti Sun-
being more new ground taken in in
!Mr. Matthew Wasden of Jacksonville clay 41
this
section
,, l than has been for several
( is here for a few days visiting Misses Ruby and Alt Norman and years.
his ,'lIrentllIr.! and Mrs. 11. D. Was- Vera Surrency were shopping in Rai
'. den. ford Saturday afternoon. :Mr. and Mrs. Juke Crosby have

1.;> Miss Mildred Matt, of Live Oak Misses Vera Surrency and Lillie! taken into their home the infant
l find Miss Mae McKinney, of Lake Crosby are going to visit nt their daughter of Mr. Willie Parrish whose
r ) ,+ Butler, arrived Saturday. Both area homes in Brooker Friday afternoon. wife departed from this life when it
,i' teachers in the Graham school. We hope they will have a nice time. was but a few days old.!

?, !Mrs. I). U. Warren and two children Little Woodrow Alvarez has been Mrs. A. J. Jackson of this section

eN T. J. and little 1). B., of Fer- ficky but is better now. was called to the bedside of her
nandinn are here visiting relatives i Mr. W. R. Alvarez was in Starke daughter, Mrs. Roland Thomas, of
r 1 and friends! Saturday.We Urooker, nnd she went IItpt Friday
( Miss! Mae Dyal of Cooler Pond had the Dyal cemetery working but Mrs. Thomas' condition grew
*Iw spent the week-end here with her last I Friday and it was well attended. worse until they decided to call her

r friend Miss Beatrice Abermithy. Mrs. Charles John's sister is visiting people, and the phone message was

-. --- her this week. We hope she will received Sunday night. Mr. Jackson
r enjoy herself while she is here. went Monday and returned Tuesday
THERESSA.I
.reporting that she was slowly improving -

We hope for her a speedy re-
;'!' I .._-...,. LAKE BUTLER. covery.Messrs..
I IA - School started again 1\Ion'ay.with,' ,
good attendance and all the pupils Long and Brownlee and

seem eager; to study, after a pleasant Robert F.' Rivers motorcycle ,man also Augustine Long visited at the
J ,I two-weeks' vacation.We I from Camp Johnston, was visiting in home of Mr. J. E. Johnson last Sunday -

are sorry to report that Mrs. Lake Butler the first of the week on afternoon.Mr. .
J. 'V. Batten Is yet seriously ill. furlough L. A. Davis and Miss Eva Ep-

Messrs. G. M. and A. L. Bennett Shell Carver one of Uncle Sam's person took up their school work at
D. W. Moore, II. D. May C. A. and boys, stationed Camp Wheeler, visited this place Monday[ for the remainder
L. L. Youngblood and S. B. Woodard relatives in Luke Butler this week. of the term and there was a very good
p
were among the visitors to Starke Miss Ruth Coffin of Johnstown is enrollment of pupils. There is so + Ir W { u uM { t
.- -: 1\' Monday. visiting in Lake Butler with friends. much work to do now a part of the ti ''I ,r4 I

".I t.'.; Misses Kathleen and Jack Smith, -of :Miss Evelyn Bennett was visiting scholars will have to stop school. t t4t .

x ,\ Ashburn Ga., are visiting relatives in Johnstown List week. :Mrs. Sallie Alvarez of Starke vis- "'

,' I here.Messrs. ;Mr. L. C. Bawls, of Aluchuii first ted' the home of her brother Mr. M S ,,
,. Jesse, Leo and Loran class private machine gun baUillion! J. Alvarez last Sunday afternon. ( ,
Drown, of Miami, are here on n visit of Camp 'Vhl'elt'rlacon.. Ga., was at :Mrs. Sim Kelly Is very ill at this rit ''ilj+1h, t l1r
to their mother, Mrs. J. W. Batten home last week un a five-day furlough. writing. .

$ who is very ill. Mr. O.V.. Cox, of Abba Gn., turpentine Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wainwright and
.J Mrs. Melvenia Hill ford, of Lurkins, operator, was prospecting in baby visited the home of Mr. Sim Kelly -
'. is visiting relatives here this week. this section Inst week. Tuesday night on account of the
: r Mr. Bunk Phillip, of Larkens, returned :Mr.!: M. Sobol, of the firm of Sobol illness of Mrs. Kelly. I

klj home :Monday after n week's .Singer, was visiting relatives hero Miss Mattie Warren is on the sick I. Our third car of Mules and Horses reached our barns Wednesday
visit here with relatives tl- w'rk.Ir.. Sobol also has a store list but is slowly recovering from u 'I -
v !Master Joe Gufford has returned to in uainesville and one in Trenton. pt-11 of fever .
his home from Maitlnnd, where he has Miss Jocie Parrish returned to Anthony Mr. W. E. Lewis, of Pine Level from St. Louis markets. This is probably the classiest lot of

f been attending school. this week. She spent the holidays passed through this section last Tues-
s Misses Mary Hall and Dora Mo with her !sister Mrs. B. M. Wilson day afternoon.Mr. stock into
ever shipped Bradford
'+. Ewen returned here Saturday to begin J. S. Jackson was a business county and if you are in the mar-

school Monday Miss Julia :Meadows, of Anthony, visitor' to Jacksonville last Friday.

: Mr. Johnnie Stafford left Sunday returned home this week after spending Mrs. :M. J. Fonts is numbered ,with ket for good ,dependable work animals to stables
for Larkins where he will be employed the holidays with friends at this the sick but is slowly! improving. come our early
? with Mr. Fripp who runs a large place. Mr. J. E.
Johnson is also on the sick and
k .- truck farm. Mr. Virgil Edwards, with his daughter list this week. select what you need before the shipment is exhausted.

Mr. Roy Smith stopped here for a Irene, and son, Don returned .
few days' visit on his way back to home Saturday from Eastman, Ga.,
Worth Ga., from Maitland. where they had been spending their LAWTEY.
I Little Ruth McEwen of Lake Hill 'Christmas holidays. They came in

ia visiting af the home of Mr. and their automobile.Mr. The annual conference
of the Methodist -
Mrs. G. M. Bennett. Fred Tollman of North Carolina
Episcopal
church
"' Mr. G. W llinson made a business! was in town this week. lie is this year at Sebring, and is will to open be held its J. W. Andrews & Son

trip to Falatka Saturday. looking well and his friends were first session on Wednesday January
t Mrs. L. A. Hall is visiting her! glad to see him. fith, with Bishop Leete
/ daughter, Mrs. P. M. Geiger, at Wal Mr. J. R. Chastain made n business Rev! and Mrs Alfred Evenden presiding.
1 do this week. visit! to Jacksonville! this.veek. to be expect
present as do also Mr. and
e Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.! If. D. May accompa- W. J. Roebuck of Lake City state J, D. Randall. Mr. Randall
r + ned by Messrrf. J. M. Green and G. W. convict supervisor of this district, was n delegate from Grace M. E.will church.go as Starke Floridafl"

Henson motored down to Falatka here Thursday, and in -conversation They will leave for conference next IL -ill

ew? Saturday j(3ijl.j4t with -him -we are-convinced-- -that- -pris--! Monday. or Tuesday -returning. -the, I

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