Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 18, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
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BOARD BEGINSCLASSIFYING DRASTIC STEPS TAKEN TO CONSERVE I ,STARKE TO GET I-. I



OF k' FUEL SUPPLY OF NATION: I i VOCATIONALSCHOOL



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WASHIXC.TON Jan. Hi.-- Amen tmn' go\i""tiling i i the ihstrihiition i I t I and I US'to
ins' mnnufIH.tul'in'nh'l'pru.e/ with i if "oal.I I It t VMIdttnlid. upon hume-d.
hut ft'w exceptions in all stuti'H east I Ij' !by i h&' piosielonl" and l government' f

[COMMUNICATION FROM i of the Mississippi river. won1 onleiedl Iliads IIII elospiiute, remedy for till'at

PROVOST MARSHAL l the goveinment tonight to suspend fuel crisis and. the transportation j Designation Was Made Wed .

i operations for five days beginning tangle' in the Eastern: states. Kvon: We have just receive nesday By State Board r
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Friday as a duibtic munition
morning measuio plants arc not exooptcd from
[STATES THAT NEGROES WILL \ for relieving! the fBel 1 famine. The i the closing down order ",, ICAN wire fencing. of Education

UK CALLED ACCORDING '1C) order also included the whole states Officials tonight vould not eliscuss I

THEm OKDEU MJ.MBEU: of Louisiana and Minnesota.: the reaching etfoit the action r ': Our new goods are co\ St; :irko gets: one of the eight! "Ut''I

;1 \ At the game time as an additional WOuld have on tho industrial fabric. I I t tioiuil I m-liools to be established in

\. ;, means of relief it was directed that rret'eTi'iilud CViiNiimrrH 1 We have just got in 11I I I'I loi" idu mid flail a tai ned by fi>leral, ...Ii
Today is I the last day for the registrants ,. 'industry and business generally, including The order preKiribos a preferential I L and l state appropriations. "

to get their questionnaires all normal activities that require list of 'OIlHUI1I1'rH in whoso interest it In I Just received lot of Ibis, nu'iniK t that an agricultural! ;
back to the Local Board except those heated buildings observe sis u was drawn, Those users, wilt get COld I. I a ' 'tnient, uiiilor u capable IIIHtructIl. -

who have been granted an extensionof holiday every :Monday for the next ni the following order: ':"J;, I seed from the Islands, will I lie addod! to our high school .,
time. Last Thursday witnessedthe Richard Ray \Vhite. A. Boo L. L. n.1 ten weeks This will close down on Kailronds I'' nnd lI1a inlain(',! the* year round. ,

mailing of the lust batch of ( U. .>f F.) This young man is now at i :Mondays not. only factories, but saloons IIl1uM'h"I,1 eonsuniors, hospitals : new kind of Sosonoski vi taiKo' having boon' selected for ono

[ questionnaires and a member of the the third Officer Training/ :School:; 5th stores except for the snleof charitable, institutions, and army and'h I i, of t tboNo vocational I sihools, wo HliouM
[ Local Board stated that all of the Platoon Camp Gordon Atlanta Ga. i drugs and food, places of mI1UB'mvntIIn,1 navy cantonments t... I I the best cotton grown now ndil,I to our ,'hool II home, economics -

[blanks were supposed to be in his Mr. White is one of the University of nearly all office buildings. While Public utilities, telephone and tc'le- department nnd, we will then bo .
hands by today. In many instances Florida volunteers, who entered the the order does not mention hhijijnrds, graph plants LII well, has large bowls a nlironst; of tho other progressive towns;

questionnaires have been returned because U. S. service on January 5th. it is known that they will bo permitted Strictly government enterprises' ox- ; I out nearly equal to I in I lorulii; in the matter of IIchool,0 I
of the registrant moving from to (continue operations as usual (,I'ptinfnclor/ t'R aol, plants working: I upland futilities. _-
the address to which it was mailed although munitions plants will be on government The
EarlS Leslie Biggs, Andrew J. I.Query, i contracts. will make andalmofor press dispatch announcing\
c and leaving no forwarding address. Frank Butler Tomlinson, Clarence closed. Public buildings and neci'ssnry government .'I'' location of tin" vocational schools
"j''I In cases of this kind the registrant The government's 'II the bowl weevils
Hale Newsom, James Allen Langford move came entirely I state: and municipal require- 'I to c follows:
[ expected to keep the board inform- Ed Reynolds, Simon' E. Driskcll Jim, without warning in an order ments.Factoiios. I TAI.LAHASSEE:; .: :, Jan. I(fi--(Special)

!!'[ of. his new address. and the fact :McCullough J. Clifford Jones Jesse issued by Fuel Administrator Gar- produting fbI l': TEI.IIII:<: \ ' miuii ) ':- After In'inir in Hession alinoKt eon-
f his failure to get a questionnaire Held with the approval of President i foods and fooda for I tinuoiihly fur two elavn the state
1i.t.s Weeks Samson :Mabvrry\ New nan : p..riRhllhl"I' ( : :u uovou) ROLL vi>-
not a I legal excuse In a few cases Cone Mott. William Chesley Peter i I Wilson prescribing stringent rc.tll'ic-1 sumption. uitional t educational. t board, \\ h\; is
of registrant who is in the
a coinposocl of llugovemor and hereiibiiiui't
' [ or has moved elsewhere fail to Kerce, Thomas Christopher Lloyd, Name'H of Th"..,. \\ h" I Paul SuliHcription ot \
- members nf tho board ivf
it on to him or return it to the Samson Brown Willie Henry Graham, BLIND TIGER CAPTlKii: \\ I 11.1. ()lB un: l: 11:rsIURIHI : I Dnrint:! t I... I Holiday I :Month iliiciition, ileHignated tonight the 4
tleend Roliert Coleman Groover Deal.
Kinsv
Board. The Board has been Liincraton Smirleton.. Aiiutt 'Fhonins i ) \\' 'IOM RIW( eight Fluridn. schools two in e choeingiossional
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,fSement: with those who could furnish k ,. Victor Allen, George Theodore i Lonnie Mutcherson, a negro living Acknowledgment Is bole'by nitido of I district I to loceivo'(. fudorTi !-
1 'roof that the delay in returning the Smith Benjamin: : hclly John C.I obinNon. I about two miles southeast of Slnrlte, Tomorrow Jniuiniy I tho I li'lh being, I the reed l't ot Hiilim'ription payments. ) nnd xtato aid, RiilTuont to maintain

.'. Kquestionnuire was beyond their con- Levi I.fland Bcelonhnugh, Lonnio was arrested Saturday by Shoiiir Kp- the anniversary of I Kohiit I E!. Lee's duiing b I locinilie .from the followingmimed \ i i ngi ieulturid I do liii rt moon t im. Tliesn
|trol, but after, the> time has elapsed SuiTiiiiers, William Graham. Carl C. i I'persons and Deputy Sheriff liiuxdcncharged Ijirthd.i.the. United I Daughters of the personx1. : Hibooln i>r I the fi jut district I mo to lie

hose who fuil to properly fill out Wynn. James William: \Vhite, John1Aidoll 'I \ with selling liquor and with' ("in fI,'racy will I .."Inl'aill i i I tho Itmdfiid I. N. \V. l.itlldi..lo! nt I Lnigii, I rinclliis I ('''"lIty, ii nil 1 at t

[heir blank and return it nnd those I Stalling, John II. Itenniark, I i having more than one quart in his Comity veterans [for dmntr at S. Powell .li'sse C'lison Mount Vi-nli1' I .a hi' ('(JIUll)';, I in the
:vhoso questionnaires are retu1 ned to'' Geiger Ice I'.uiy! Willie Alvin Knight possession. A well equipped still'wim. the. i.i'fi.., and at two o'dock I in theiil'tcinoon r:. .1. Loxurf (! ,1'. I Loo. I1.fund,I dihtriet, nt Slaiko u 1 llrndfuid

(*the Local\ Board aio: placed in Class Gus :Wv.nn I Ralph Hc-dgman Elijah'' found in his hoUM together with I at t the :\1..1. I hndi i-it t church S H. I-'II..h.. I n.; II. !.',,\\'lur. mint v. ,nnd at" !\I'IIiM"II.1a.liHfH1[' ; 's .;

:jl, m:ikinir them liable'feir! immedi'iteImlit Alfied I IMrrish LoioyVilliard Clark, seveiul quaits of whiskey and Hixty n.v. '1. I I.. 'I.. !Han' will givo an ndIn \v. U. I Illiniu\ 'I'. I' WttidShaw iiiuntv; ill the thud disliiet, at !1:011-:

:"'v, "I\KO'! us vvcil as subjectIng I James I llijjhlovvor I , John Buvillr,* Pie-' : trillions of bier.: Evidently': he was d, ..,s r. la': iti' to the noted I "h.t \l. A. 1 11.! SuneiKyA. I I.. '1'. ,niv', I llolnu'H I eoiinty, and I ill I ( :ionzales t
'.. ''II 1 t" :rest.. v utt .Inn Viunes. Ernest (CSinn UriahStevoiii. w11 1 I pntioni/ed) us lie was unable, tog Lie. At I th,' I tune tif going to prows I I . Dinmion. :\I.r.; Sullivan I'i: .'Minimi, county, imd in I Hie fourth

: The' I'i'" ,. ,\Inrhal: General: has : ('lw ,tpl' Arthur :'01 .1.1.(1( "t II surplus of whiskev. The liquor tin} entiii, ' fJ"IIII'UIII11" >1 not completed, I 11 I.: I D. WusdiO ('besli'v l-oifg.. iliHtiiel l I ; nl I.,ulili ii "i il\I ', I Dido: countV,
i'Senl 1 i I r, U..\\iig i' 'n nun ,'ntlou to l FI.II:Klin C. Hollingswoith, Gc'oige.< i''/upturn hud been made the night bef but tin following! niiiiibor have bi" u W Uuiy, 1\Ib's Klli: WoiU.. mil al Knit: Piilin Hi'iiib,; I'llni Iteuillcounty :
':the 1.0".11 11.,1,t in repaid to the f .'ic. ilnniit'tlMiaii': O. W, TLIUIIIIIH W. II. I llaynosK lite silioolto be designatedtoueiiinw .
Elion: (, Rob.Andic'vvs i
Spottmnn P.urish
Ik'qrnftnu-i colmed, l men: I, Aithur i ,Janus I ns :Hills\ F.lterl;I Mutcheison was arruignul bcfoin l Ordicstru' R. I.. :\leitl. :. N Audi IHOIIK for riIiuiiI, ; and( ."lute aid

MM "It hn- <'otne'" to the attention ..fthis Rosier I , John BellVillinni ,Elboit (lounty .hlfh;"" Gardiner Monduy morning Song, A mel'ic'a. M V. I )anfiird.Sum :. S. JI'iK/o'I'/( i.R. III home iuiino.mil aid the industrial '

ofice( thnt t there is some fear in Thointon Dnvid' : Alon/o nod plead guilty to lIoth chillies. l'riiycifey.. Stev !nson. ("loft I1'. I Domoiost.. ttndoH, .*, an". |1'\idod for HI" the Kumufi

'"states with large colored population (; , William Roun Thomas luike, Kersey, I'( j Ho Iooilge was given a line of $100 I and coats S"luIrs.! ,\. Z. AdluiiB.lioius '1'. II Hi'owning.W. Mix' . 1.! Johns.,. ,del'ill net, may or may lint, I bo.sehoolH ,

Lthat tho new classification Will cause I AliraniVtllie" ..lohn"on.Iit..hrll; or six month on the county ,ioarl. for ( "Soul bern !\Il'Ioly"-lil' 1j'c I.. IIIIKIHMI. A, :M. I Pni) 'by. nl tier t than I those diisigimtod( W
hfethe inclusion of white men with early i Sjlvester selling liquor and !$ iO and tosts or Club. .1. O Tim rier. C. I.'. Lltchllald.II fur cnurtiCH of WOI k in agriculture.
Anderson, Jacob ) ('on >
order numbers high up in Class 1. and; Drydon ( four months on county rondi for having *loading. :Mrs. W. i E.: Pftcrson. More thiTn folly hunts, from twenty- i
Wa 'h Davis Sum Robert
Finley,
: that the result' will be that l more whiskey in his iol1 W. Wamrip-ht. live,
& negroes : Lex Alex. IOHM'H) Solo "A Little Soldier", -:Master (countIOH) applied neil all were
) alreadY selected" for service and not I MoNey, Roberts Wesley: I than the law allows. Paul Knight.Addiesti (!ee>. E:. Andre, 'u. !'o1.\1.: Cro.sliy. presented )hero I before, thu board
Dynl, Horace Drew Leslie
'iiYet! ordered to will be deferred May Eddie .1. I.C-VMB. A. V Vnrne-H. winch
camp -- -- !Rev, L. T. Z. Burr benrd I a rgiu uimi'itS fl'olltilt'I vilrioiiH -
|by the classification so that the per- David Brown, Robert C. Cone, Joseph ST.\IlK I-: \SKKT: IJ\LL 1KVMPLAtKI : Song\. By Children.; .1. 1 1. Tillinan. W. I II Bryan.Mrs. ilili'gut iu ill4! fr"l11111 I I parts of ,
1 Jcentage of negroes that should have !Martin .J(>lf l1avi'tVl'ath"rlly., Ben ) 'HIE( ; JlV\l.! HIGH Qua rtl'tte. t J A. Bryan S. '1'. I Howling. t I be "1111.t .. The competition i I was k i.e n.
{[ been sent to cnmp in the first draft, Susser, Lem (;iooilwine, Clayton C. I I Cloning Sang, Camp Fire Cirli.I : :Mrs R. A. niingtonti. 'I'lie fedenil" appropriations! will in-

')t j will lie reduced to the c-fTect that the Johns, Rufus Cortland :Manor, Hammond I I'n'd: 'lion. ;. \V. ('I'll"fur,I. .1. I P. I foe.1 pies.W. reuso' 'iiiinunlly until m I I I'J5!):! after

j; first draft in such states will be made' Lynn Everett; Gowin, Henry I Sunday Times-Union carried I the A cordial invitation i iH extended, to i E.: Noiniiin. \il ru. JV. I Hull which time j they will i I I remain i the mi moind
Can.iely Willie :II (il'itTis. James W. I' Inllowing account of the basket ball II. I.. Fowler .
up largely or entirely of white men. nil to attend this inteios-linjf anniversary C P. Horsey u ('onlinll" nidi! finntely.
"There ill no ground for this fear. Clark Rescue Johns Riantlcv& l osil'r.1 I giimibetween! the Starko IJi'h( School exc-rciso. E.: C. \\' .Us. ('. A. Keiwnml' .-.-- --
Any state which has.. furnished all or Stephen DoSue. Jr. Archibald .1. i an,1 the Duvnl High/ School let Sat- _ Nathan i I,. \'im mlii's. --
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nearly all of its white quota under, harris .John Oscar Tison Charlex I utilav night: Rev. J. S. Steve'nnon.W : ACCIDF..NTA :
Sylvester Ivellv. William :McLrod "'I'he doublcheador basketball 1'\1'1. Dirnosi: I: SUFI i-:us K.
the* first call nnd whore the colored game Bryant. I R. B Purrihh.
quota or any considerable proportion I Everett :Marklcy Johns, \ that was played lust night at the Du FROM I'MMI'L: I ACCIDENTLittle ) :: X. J. 1 Roberts. Ury Roeldit.li.Mrs party of patriotic Slarko pe,>f>pletlecldeii 1

thereof remains deferred will be called Blake B. Kelly, James R.Zt'JnnieIR'1 val county armory was divided, th I.. C Kulih a ) I I tlint they would,I s I'"n,1,| lastS
upon for the remainder of its quota i Barnum Crawford I, I Duv.il( High I school girls being dcfentied Paul. fi-yenr old, son of Mr I H I. I. Ktevenson L. W. KuklitrrII ii a,lay at (Camp l Johnson and 1 for t hncU'I'IIf4iOlI
under the first draft composed of as 'Tcston Harvey Green Arthur Starling I' by the Orlando Girls: by the ('los1'OI'C and :'oIl's.V.. A. Dul.ose, was: the victim I I. A. Howard. .1. C. 'l't'rrt'll. i prepared a most choice and

many colored men as would have been l Allison Bielling Lacy Gritfis'j 5 of U to 12, while the P. II. S. of painful and serious, uccnlint Sui- P. 1' J).klm.. P K. Colson. I liniintifiil I I I daskc't dinner to 1 bn, enjoyed
included therein had the regulationsnot i Sheeley Irvin Fowler, Alfred \ (bnj had an easy time with the urday mornirg. J. M. Maxwell Jr. with I a number: of I invited Holdier boys.

been changed." Reuben Carry Dyal, Grover Cleveland Starke athletes, winning by the scure J. L. Dubose, his older brother hiul J. F, IIrulln<>lI. Mrs. Dora 'n",,". However iioither the pntrintio party

From this It will be seen that the Sweat Sidney Jackson Louis Alford of .t\: to l.r Much interest was tnariifijsted .1 just returned from town with t hpNugon. .J. 1 1. Mnttnx' N. I II. I hurst.J. nor I the i!Ii'I ideas dinner I i reached I thorn

negroes will be used to a large extentin I CLASS 5- : in the games\ 'from beginning Before ho ntopfH-d' Paul anil) i(!. f'rows. Lee< ISrannen.Frank i tended ele'stmntiein j as an uiitomobilniireident t

filling up the remainder of the Fred! Shoalley, Adam T Sapp to end. The crowd was kept in n the other little children ran to meet Ailanis., J. 1 D. SlanmllJno u bi'lwce'n, I'd' jI.I "'!burg and

quota from Bradford county. Many Theodore Lester Litchtield, Thomas J. constant uproar. the wagon! ti> have u rule. They hung H. Browning. .Jaekseinville put a Atop to the dny'a
have been examined and accepted hut Poppell, Oscar Lee Summers, Joseph ,, "The DuvlIl I High school boys played' on to the rear anil sides imd I ho \v. A. Bre>oks.M .1. I I'.
have not been sent to camp because of Bryant, Stephen Butler Hcndncks, rings .around! the Starke performersin driver warned them to quit, ns they A. Weeks. M. M. Brinson.H. 'Ibis. pnrty, was cvimponeil' of Mr. lii
no place to quarter them with result Ben Femberg\, DeWitt both halves of the game. The lirad- were liable to get hurt. Jut Paul J. n. Weeks. H. Wilhmns. find ;Mrs. .1. !M. Alvarez 1 ;:, Mrs. J. IL!. J
that the draft men already sent from WilJieu ust Brown T.JI"GiII'l' ford!. county players had fairly good heM, on to the Hide, nnd, when the wagon J. J. Banks. .Ino. J II. Pearce. I'ra/ee;: and daughter Miss Miriam: .' .

this county have boon composed of Roberts, Noah Howard : 'team work but could notbe compared crossed the gutter in front of thf" W. C. demons.' August. Stern.O I of New y".k.IeK.! Ri'bocca Alvarez

whites. phurs, Jameg Bryant Dupree, Ernest with th<' Jacksonville boys Several dwelling he jot; hm right leg! between, John Parker. C. C'uHon.T MISHOH' ( ;IILII'H I'rescott, Kathleen amiAileeii

Those registrants whose order number James Benton Ranee Andrews, Jr, I'I times during the last half tho Visiting two fcpokes of the c-c'il.I His brothersaw ..J.V.. Poppdl N. Lunbaugh i 1 Alvare/. and! they" were motoring 4

is above 700 can still enlist in Richard) :'olal'vino"pl"y: Morgan\ I boys had' opportunity after opportunity his plight and did his 4 cst to stop I'I': Stewart.V.. I..n"win.G. In :Mr Alvarez' large\ new car _
any branch of the service they desire Riley Kersey, Alexander Cross, I to put the ball into the basket but the horse, but could not do so before C. Shepiird.K .1. E: ('rid),!. As tho party did, not leave Starke until

provided that that branch is open for Jesse :Marion Brown Joel B Griffis, appeared to be a bit nervous mind l made tho little boy's leg Imd, been twisted A. Ilrynn W. A. Croxl.y.W. ideveii o'clock Mr. Alvarez win

enlistments.The Everett Johns James E Futeh, wild throws O. Beasley left guard mound, the axle M. A. Lune N. Lindsey.E running' :' nt /u rapid rate HO as to reach'
board completed the classify- Horace Ellarl Stoke! Stephen Lewis, and (Canovn at left forward, were the }II'. Tomliiifion WII:4: sent for immediately C. H.I Jordan. :. B Bielling.' ('amp Johnson. in time for dinner. .

ling of the following registrants TJiurs-, i: Samuel Thomas, Calvin BrinKley I tais for the Starke five, both ath- and he summoned Or \VihIto .. It. F. Harden. .1. W. Rodgers.E. After I they hind reached the asphalt
day noon Hayes, Hnfry White Benjamin Rode leti H bring, constantly on the go and his assistance. On examining tho T. I". DoiiglAfls.I ) :. i E.: Norman. road III rapidly! turning n curve* the P )
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( CLASS 1Hobert Newsom, Trubv Green.In I managing to break up several playsof ./mi tures and bruisex the surgeons/ I II. I. Illume. D L. (;.itlm. ear ran cIT the asphalt into deep. mind

-Hudson Conway Matthews, Army or ;Military Se'rvic of the the locals It is true that the. score found, that the leg had been broken O. T. Nelson. T. M. Hagun. which ('IIUH.t! it to in-come unmanugnble -
Willie Turner Warren Clement Coffin l'nite-d States is one sided, but nevertheless the I between the knee mind l ankle, id so between E.: It. :Shipmnn.; 1' I"'. Bryan. ; then the cur performed the font
tllrk(! five put up a hard fight for the knee and thigh tho knee W. N. Murdough. of "turning: turtle" and falling into
Paul-Jones Martin Joe :Medock Philander :
Dyal, James (;GrifTis Philip
t the honms, but as stated abovethi) local joint dislocated and the !leaders of Je-sse Thomni. J. J. Hilcox. II deep' .Ii tc'h in which them was con.
Seymore McClover, Jesse Matthews I Ir Nettles Andrew Green: Lester
performers were too. swift for the the leg severed! at the knee Ml! they Miss Irf>ney Harris.It. Hideniblewute'rMr .
>u Bignon/ G. Goff, James' Stewart, !I Roberts, Willie Ray Williams, :Mason Bradford could do the in S. Ed I'd....
'ounty performers was tit put patient WII N. T. KingS A lvii rex soon extracted the
Henry L. Stevenson Eugene Edward ,: Ellxon, Hcrshell K. Crosby Roman I The Bradford Hitrh School basket such shape that lie could be taken Rev. F. C. I'M:, wards. : party from bi'nenth the car and they
Shallar, Bert Seals John L. Gaskin! \ddison, Sv Crawford, John I. :Mnrr, .
: bnll team has mai)<' excellent progreis. to hospital In Jacksonville. where, H. B. Casern S /DowlTng.F were tbiirikfnl to find that ifti I ono was
Newton Thomas'fTi'riii
Strickland l \V.Vilkin James Dnniel Bell
Elisha Furmaf I
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tn far this season being under the ul:I rxodful;, nppliunreM could be hnd. J. R Davis. W. Witt. seriously injured. Mrs France" sustained
Blake :Math. I.. ; John
B. Crews Isaac Mnnn
son, Pliney .lonf-s
I leadership of "apt.. A. K. Spoer Although Mr. Uubodp left far the metropolisSaturilay ) M. J. MeRnr 'Iheo. Tison. a fractured arm that has given
Cnrlton Ande'son Young!, Joe I F. :Vorean little, Silas P. Yarborough,
have afternoon carrying the little Frank Murphy. James Minton. her vnnmclck'rilli'
had Soon
they fast pain.
some vrry n party
lledgman. Francis : E. An- :-: ,Inhns Lon/m. Norman
E. Bcvill NiiK
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I Iby teams to encounter, namely: Duvnl patient to St. Catherine's Hospital andIztest n.! A. Eppersem.:" J. I". Kic'kilter. fit tight gallant lieutenants came
[ thony, Charley Fountain.. Fred Dell,. I Kenee: Reynolds, Acie IvesonCn ..
"' high Si'hoot, St. Augustine High I accounts are to the effect that Mrs.! J. I.. Sc'ot motoring /past and| stopped to give"fIr't
A. Luks FrnnklynC'hn
irnev Foster Rod! Wilkersonr- Redding ,
nn. School and Gainesville High School the patient is Jilinw'II.\ ---- -- i ( md to the- injured With the,
'ir D. Clark, John Johnson Robertnarton. '.t'>ph< r Stoke, Volley :McKinney, ; '
Anderson Roan J. Turner I Ieorn' still the Stnrke boys have taken the :I HONOR ROIL KIMHIOItl I) h.-'lp of linins and. n motor truck' Mr.Alvarez's .
Willie Roberts, John William I (; Areh
Ross, Fred Guy Jones. Emmott: K. Perrjman, Grover Ire lead }I MED' ON: 1IIE ROAD 1O STAKKK cou.Nrr, hiGh; SCHOOL ear wits. soon placed right
CLASS 3Chester- Jenkins, William Sapp. I' The record for the past season has i I Hide up on dry land; the engine was

Jackson been very good, indeed. Four gameshave '! George: Kelly and well First fJnuli" still running, set after" n picnic dinner
Johnson Solomon Following\ are names of these who nn aged : Ednu: May Strick with the eight lieutenants the
Jlleyden Strickland Earl Leslie :Manire failed to appear for examination for been played and Bradford High known colored citizen of the New land I.ettlei Kdwnrds: Annie Bolitl ran into, Jacksonville where party:Mr[ ,
Jonas Thornton Isaac Keller recordas School has been victorious ea'ch time River section died suddenly Monday Turner, ; Leo
John
, first drnft and nje marked on .. Mary Wynn Donald) King. Alvarez left his car for repairs.MRS. .
CLASS .ts.Larrance. I deserters the score being/ as follows: Lawtcy I I while on the road to Starke Kelly Second Grade; : Vivian Bryan Elise:
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'. Clyde Smith Preston Mills'I Cleveland Harrison 3, Starke 4> ; Inverness 13, Starke 1C]; I had! not been in the best of health for Jones, Carlyle Ritch, David Stevenson --.--
Strawiler.
Barefoot, Fred Malphurs Kad Mills I James Walter H FashnOwpn William St. Augustine 3, Starke 27; Orala 1, some time past but was apparentlyas David Mitchell. I.EAITY: P.\I)G;E'r'r
*' Watteruon Starke 35 The gabe' Saturday night ,, well as usual Monday morning Third Grade
: Owen
Griffin Eugene
Roy
Edwards W. Albert Elna Ilinsoii!
p :Mnrr Ralph Barry.
Jacksonville the first :
at was ,
game when he started to drive to town in Matthew
JjrirTis, Olie E. Griffis, Richard Allen William A. Perry, James Wesley Fal- of the season in which the home boysplayed Sammy Sternberg, Mrs. leutty Padgett( aged fiH? years,
CritYis William Julius Norman Ichaffibod ler, Walter Redmond Luther Jack-,on. indoor thus a wagon with his sons Isla Poppell jussie Mae Bennett. died at her residence in Jacksonville\ ,
Philips, William Lamar Clyatt: LonniP J. :Moseley. Will Jones, F.d'inLowell on for an such an court accounting 'I When about eight" miles from town Fourth Grade, : Madeline Green: Saturday evening at 10'HO o'clock
IKiler C. Cannon Benjaman / unequal score. they were overtaken by Mr. I.. L. Rosa Liviton Ruth Poppell. Myrtle after illness!
, D. An- I Schunck Edward CorneUus However the Duval team will an of several weeks Mrs.
lrews, Willie II. pllaY Johns who invited Kelly to ride with Hodges Lois Williams Lassiter An P dge. ..
Snpp Daniel 1 I tt
John :Merritt. Henry Harris. Freeman Starke shortly and the horn boys''I was n native Mnxvilto; but
Crawford. Joe Griffis Lacy Prevail; I| Robinson ;Moorer Van John Simon in are confident of carrying off the '.' him in his automobile The invitation . drews Hugh Brownlce Laurie Tom had resided in this city for the punt
B. J. Starling, Ocie Olen Pearce, Lon- I Louis Ferguson, Flurey Dyal laurels. I' was accepted and the car ha nie I' hardly more thin too yardswhen Fifth Crane; : Allie Mae
Morgan Leslie Lloyd Parrish Al I Green daughter, Mrs. Lena Ellison of Jack-
fred Thomas! VirgiJ Powell Julius The following\ have appealed from These making/ up the team were R. Mr. Johns noticed that the old Margaret Livingston, Fred MoLt, Leon sonville.

S. Eunice Calvin Crawford BennJa the decision of the Local Board to the K. Speer, left guard captain; fins man sjemed!: to bo ill. lie topped Kite LeIJoy Stewart. The bODY was prepared by burial

Williams, John Leon Chancey. Wil i District Bonrd making dependencythe Boasley, right guard; Harold Wall, 'the car and called to the ions to Eight fjrnde : Paul Canovn. by Funeral Director William C. Coop

liam Thomas Morris 'Andrew J. Hil- basis of appeal: center; Charley Bcnsley, rirht( forward hurry forward. When they reached Ninth Grade : Alien Thornton. cr, Jr., and was forwarded at 3:10: C
I Chnrl..yI"Simuel: Underhill, Class ; Allan Canova. left forward. the car the old man was removed and Eleventh Grade: Emma Powell o'clock .
hard Bennie Gay Stephen DiggJames / , I I Sunday afternoon to ;Maxvillo,
Brown Sim -Cooper Sebron1Iarlon 1. B. it E., Oren F.. Green, Class. 1, E, I Substitutes, Jim Kickhter, I'itt Tom- laid on a blanket at the side of the I Florence ;Matthews John Powell. where the funeral and interment took

Dukes, James Leslie Crews, I Fred Dell Cleas 1, A. hnson Ray Colley. II I I I road.--- -lIe- -died almost- instantly. Twelfth Grade; : Shep Thomas. place Monday morning at It o'clock.



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Another attack from the sea hUM NEW S, A. I.. SCHEDULE --

i'ii mad by u jernmn war craft onI'nglih A PLAIN BUSINESS PROPOSITIONWe I
] i : east const town Pile, Bc-Kitinirc ln, w [ Week's Summary of the War ..nth win 1".mhllltl"cII..nday: night' 1 Ith:: at 1J:01: A. M. the followingchedule I
lee" pusons bi'injr killed and teni , went into effect on the Seaboard i

"i jnrid. \ Air Line: 1 citizen of this
n.I1 1'iiilmUy, with row purpose', of laying Ni,. ::. Jax to Tumpa: due 10:5.: ", A. :M.No wish to say to every communitywho
Friday !present aim of the central power. I i.OUT, plans to meet the! anticipated1inke ; Bad weuther continues to prevail, o n I Wl.,1.. .....".ul".. '!'n im"ftnr lif ihl I Iover of the reinforced armies of the :-J1 Jnx to Oder Key 4:59: !I A.1.: i THING in the line of HARDWARE, MILL AND
most of the major battle fronts, but \ I'rmnni on the western front there Nu. 4. Tampa to Jax due :U:3'J: P. :M. I j
nevertheless the heavy artillery duels I kill he an early meeting in Plenary No. 2. Tampn, to .Tax due 4:51: A. M.I I FARM SUPPLIES, that we are out strong for your

are proceeding and at several points II I l "sjon nt Versailles of the supreme! No. 20 Oder Key to Jax 0:18: A. M'j trade. ;

J? infantry attacks of mall proportions I lied war council.MIL "The Floridian"No. We have determined to put in a stiff bid for the
have been carried out. 15 Jax to Tampa due 2:37:: P. '
The Germans; in of these -- business that has been going to the mail order houses
q one maneuvers No. 1/i/ Tampa to Jax due 5:54: P. M'I' ,
aF "" entered British advanced post 1 Starke and Wan nee BranchNo. and all we ask of you as a fair minded citizen is to

north of the Yyms-Staalen railway STREET 101 leaves Starke 6:45: A.1.: GIVE US THE FIRST CHANCE AT YOUR ORDERS. ,
but later forced counter.
were out by u No. 10 J arrives Starke 2:30: P. M.
w4 ., attack. On the famous St. Mikiel 1 Surely this is no more than fair to your home mere

salient southeast of Verdun, which has,j MUST LOOK OUT chant. Then if we can't please you (quality and quick
driven u sharp wedge in the baltlnline TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE.
', since the early days of the war. Tell it to the Telegraph and tell everybody ness and service considered), we will bear our loss

French troops entered German positions -:I Advertise! without a murmur. "

t on u mile front, destroyed' the 1I 1 SAYS UNCLE LARK A fair chance to competefor: your trade is all we ask. fi
positions and, returned to their own)
I1 Free Flower Seed
f'} have it?
lines with 178 prisoners and Rome machine -I May we
.,'" guns The Herman war office I Hastings' Catalogue .
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; the admits German the French, positions success but in nays invading the 'Nell Known Retired Capitalist yetis You About It STARKE HARDWARE CO.

French were ejected in a counter Says He Now Feels Younger "o mutter: bother you farm on a

;r. attack. Than his Son-in-Law and Is lnn.r! K.I if'! HT a,,iv! pint: vtetablasi : Starke Florida
On the Italian front a heavy snow li ( If.'''\' rs In a email wily'' you need
Ready to Start Life All Over
falling and aside from intensive artillery I li.-Iflirt' 11S! Foul ("I tnlo! U" It's
rlfJ' duels from the Asiago I'lateau Again. ready/ now and, wo havo a cony for t
n //I.: to the 1'iave river and, small patrol you absolutely free, If you write for 1 It, --- --
iI. encounters there has been virtually no inenliouliiK tho n,iuiu lit'iii.j. p.iu.r.Ill .
fighting (From Thomas Ga., Times.! ) addition to showing! you about all -
/ Uncle Lark Farley says! "I can personally the varieties of voce'ab'ui/ : fa:.:1 -- ---
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newspapers I
recommend Tanlac to grass. clover nnd, flivor scads, oer
f, 1. enthusiastically endorse President body." Both he and !Mrs. Farley every have catalogue tolls how yt.\\ ran( (t. t fn- i SEED POTATOES
1 Wilson's statement of war aims five splendid' varl"t'! ct easily grown
gained several and their health
5. ,k Likewise it has met with the entire pounds yet beautiful /n"tr'q, vf| >\ wl'i'h' to I
approval of the representatives of generally is improved. beautify home .
your tnroau i.i'a. MAINE GROWN SELECTED SEEDSpaulding's
R labor in Great Britain Uncle Lark needs no introduction in Cool Feeds! ct ..1I.Lt every Unit
1; )I The British hospital ship Rewa will) this county, but ns the Times has some I are scurro tlil.i& s,';?: 0:1:i, and you IMII'I I No. 4 Rose, Early lied Bliss Triumph, Irish Cobblers.We .
J wounded aboard, was sunk by a submarine few renders! abroad we'll tell them who i.fTord to tako 1..a'L.I' ; it your i.c rI l I are now ready to receive orders and make contracts for November,
/I.; j in the Bristol channel last .. .....-. .. he is. Away back in the 70's we thinkit 'iPP'y.' Ilaatlnsa' Pccil3 lira Uepon'1-! December and January Delivery.
?{% Friday night.: The injured, were saved the important war fronts and, beyond was, n poor country boy, who was ble seeds, the kind you ran alway.i Write for priuos, stating quantities and varieties wanted. Our seed
t;\? but there were three casualties among artillery actions, which are being too delicate to work on his father's depend on having "cood lurlc"! with.: potatoes arc the highest quality Maine Grown selected seed. We are
'You Ire coin) to garden':: fr fnr-i familiar with the conditions in
Florida and our need stock is selected.
lr, the crew. carried out over virtually limited farm, opened up a little country !store !ths! pprlnj. Why rot (noire Birieiro 1'ou should plant Maine Grown seed for best result
;p. Germany: has extended: her submarine sections, there has been little fighting, which he operated successfully for far as possible by starting/ wit /h the I
Ii zones to include the waters either in the west or in the east. thirty-five ;years! losing only $3J:! in bad I i'"ht! seed 1? Pont ta'o dinners that WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE SEED CATALOGUE.
: around the Cup" Verde islands, :lln't' Only patrol' encounters are reported accounts during his. entire business von do not, have to In Rood E. A. MARTIN SEED '
I 1',, I divraand n portion of those of French along the British, lines, und artillery career. Finally/ his health }became no Writo todnv for Hastings,1 Hit I CO.
.' Ponojral:: all oil" the northwest roust notion nt two points on. the Kronen bad that he had to give up his busi. i il.iloBtif II'H" tree and will both inl"if Corner Xewnan and Bay, Jacksonville i Fla. i
of Africa Though these waters lay front. In Italy the terrific, artillerynnd ness. Then he came to Thomaston >t mid' lielf) ran to succeed ISISH. I Oldest Established. and Largest Seed House in the State

J, important trade routes.The infantry lighting has given way to nail soon afterwards. organized the C.. HASTINGS, CO., CecJcrron, __ - - i
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1 ,.;, KuRsmn delegation! nt lircst-, iipiiiil warfare, which however though Bank of Thomnston. of which he has r _ _
y I.itovk has announced its readiness, it is spectacular" has little direct bearing been the Fnnneial Backer ever ___ -____ --- _n __ __ _ _ __ .
- : to continue, the peace( negotiations at on the progress of the campaign, Severn! months ngo. Uncle ./ '.inl'l"l
,', that according the latest information when confined to eomhats between individuals
a place, : and his wife commenced taking Tnnlnc a
l ,: received here.A or siiindron| / and, now he says that his !stomach I is! I I
''f' separate" peace agreement" has I'or nearly" u month now tho front in the very l best condition and his! I I IThe
,"Ili '/ been signed hy l Kussia and Bulgaria, in France and; Belgium\ has!' been almost knees have limbered' up and pain him '

3 t. 9 the Ilunil reports. .snowbound. Thus the long" very. little He is confident that another Fertilizers Spring-Order flow
'f'' .. Blocs than l.r 00,0)0) ) Aemricans now waited German offensive with the month's treatment of Tanlac I I:
ay are under arms' Secretary' linker said, heavy reinforcements" which Germany; : will entirely restore his health whichho

an army of substantial size already is transferred. from the liusxian front to lost in childhood and if he does! importance of ordering early spring fertilizers It:
can-
in France ready for active service. the west, has been delayed for vveeUs, believe me. Wall Street had better your
j\I Most of the soldiers nro busy clearing if not possibly for months. look out, for a man who can make not be too strongly emphasized. "f

t j ;, 1. : the mountain paths so as to facilitate The peace negotiations 1 between the the fortune Uncle Lark has with his The railroads are overwhelmed with traffic-moving troops ;
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the supply' movement. Huge[ / tractor Bolshcviki and the representatives, of health, what will he do as a well man ? and supplies, and hauling the increased tonnage of nearly
"e i snowplows are being, used and the the quadruple alliance at Brect-Li- Uncle Lark is known as a Retired. line of business. every
e WI sleds are taking the place of trucks tovsk continue, but without definite Capitalist, but, ho says, he is now
h' .. for carrying food and munitions. results. a younger man than cither of his Only a small fraction of the 60,000 cars ordinarily used to haul
f -" In addition to the interruption at the According to reports from the RusSian numerous sons-in-law and is now the fertilizer tonnage of the South will be available this season.
q immediate front, the heavy snowfall capital, northern Russia tu receive ready to start life all over again.
., i may close the enemy's line of communication ample food supplies from the Tanlac is sold in Starke by C P.
.', from Austria ,southwardS Ukraine through: the reconciliation of Cason! and by one store in every townin ,!-rmtuts:: : : : ::::::::xali;::\. .Order early. Use an ample! supply of
Italy. the Bolfcheviki and the Ukraincans. Brahford county Adv. : :::" .=::: !e",, ::::.'iI::::: :::.. h, h- rade, dependable fertilizer. You
J S The Bolshevik! government intendsto Tuesday r n li! can alford to be more generous thanHRgjg
P publish decree within few days Nearly halt a million men from U iJ usual for barrel
J n a \ i;.; fi today a of potatoes or a
cancelling the Russian national debt. Great Blittain alone are to be recruited BAPTIST CHURCH ,
:! rtHUllc-: =:xaaaanr:;::: :: box of fruit will buy more fertilizer than I
t r Saturday into the British nrmy at tho 1 ;
if| ii the Soil ii in normal times
Eirick
:;;..r-'. Confirming previous reports that earliest dite possible, and! it is proba I .
!, ',> the liolsheviki lire preparing to reestablish bio that many more will lie added,\ to Good services. nt the Baptict Church-j 1 IIPJS i J Increase the Yield ii ; Armour! fertilizers for spring are ready j

:t: .1 r' ., the lighting power of the that number in the coming months last Sunday. The pastor has reco-ntlv i i >Bastet Maturity iii g fertilizers of proved crop-rnakinpr'nual-lj I
i jil! army against: u possible final break in Thesp will comprise the younger! men, baptized seventeen into the fellowship : :: the !j H ity-to meet every need ot crop and soil j
. . II : P' I the negotiations with the central powers who up" to the present have been l I'CI'lI1ptII"'t'IIUlle of the church and still more tr follow. i?! hajrort Quality |ii \:_. Get in touch with our agent today or
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of their in There will be the usual I write for
.1' .J "" t the Petrograd: correspondent of employment! sorvirpR next special circular describing our
,r j tho Puily News says that they are not industries essential to the war services. Sunday morning nail, evening. aJ!J;::.. fERTiliZERS .,;:.!j complete line.
,rI The pastor beopenks good attendance 4
attempting to re-unimate the old n ,
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i I worn out army but to create a new Although there, i is! still talk in un- from Starko nnd community toh..nr '
1 J and much smaller one. Concerning oiricial quarters of the possibility of Dr. Cox on Friday night. MANUFACTURED ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS
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I v ". this new army Minister: Tro- f'uiul liicuk in the l'l'llcewgotilltilln' >l
,.1 I tzky is repotted to have said: between the central I powers and tho Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe ARMOUR FERIWORKS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
\' .It will wage not war but revolution Itolbhoviki, the armistice evidentlyhas Out' Stnmlnn! K neral ntrrnirthenlna tonic, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
OKOVK'S TASl'ICI.KSS chill TuNIC.ilnvrsoutMnlariA.enrictienthrhlooil
t '" Its front trenchesvill be barricades been extended to February 18 .nmibiiUltptheftVft-i
..1 e.. against oppressors" und It is reported that the pourparlers lent. A true la"lc'c,adult and cluMrcu.. ABC

';t, \ Winston Spencer; Churchill, British will bo transferred shortly from -- -- - -
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$if '- minister of munitions, addressing the Brest-Litovsk to Warsaw.

American luncheon club today made, a Internal strife continues in various
powerful appeal for the sending of parts of Russia. I'olishoviki troops. are
7,1" American soldiers to Europe; as quick. repotted to have cleared Gen. Kale- N, T. RITCH, Pres"= T=::; ., W. T WEEKS, Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Casiher

I ly as possible and in as large/ numbers di-s' Cossacks from the Don River
r I.. as )possible.. basin und to have captured Eknter- .

I" I ., British troops in the Ypres area inoslov. The retrogriul/ garrison also Bradford BankESTABLISHED
have executed successfuly three raids apparently i is out of hand. County t
r into the German: lines. ;Many casualties The social revolutionary members of
K- .I i' wore inflicted and prisoners were the constituent assembly in Iu."ilnre
f taken. On the remainder of the front opposed! to a general peace at Russia1 1889 +m
t t in France the artillery on both' side expense! and declare that the Bolshe-!
S l r is active, especially in Flanders, in theisl' viki are! "ursupers of power, who Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE -
1 Aras-Cambrui area in Champagne, have precipitattd! the country into an
r'.r and northeast of Verdun., The artillery abyss of civil war and anarchy." FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
lighting on the northern Italian Speculation is rife concerning the

I' Li front is lean intense, being mo.t murk- conferences that are being held in
I 11. cd east of the Brenta. Berlin between the military and po
y i' Discussion of the French govern. litical leaders, in which Emperor

ment's diplomatic conduct of the war William and! the crown prince also ? .
I will be heard in the chamber of deputies I have participated.Cold .

; today weather and snows are still re- When hunt
you for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.
The central powers have withdrawn tarding the infantry activity on the .
t\\ 1 their "no forcible ennexations battle front, where no fighting of You should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings. r

or indemnities" peace offers of December moment is taking place, except in the The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking
I 25 made, during the negotiations nature of small patrol engagementsand business.We .
with the Russians at lIrl'.t- artillery duels. Notwithstanding .

r'' Litovsk. the fact that similar conditions have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more important -
The offer was conditioned upon acceptance prevailed last week the British cnsu.iltios HOW TO
SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.
r by all the power hostile to for the seven days ending I

the central empires. unit" the former ;\Ionilly'l're 21.079.Nlvlneslloy:! \). Your money deposited in this bank not only works for you day and night] but owing
kr having firletl 10 accept it as a whole I
to our experience it is SAFE.
,, it has [become, null and void. The fail- After tllI'S" of'i inactivity; due to""| ,
' ure of Kujisiu's allies to respond to :, heavy snows: und very severe cold, the i, I Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping your valuable papers.
4 the invintion to participate in the conference Italians have again attacked the Aus- I
has resolved the iiie-.tion| into. i tin-German front in thu :IonGr!.' I( Condensed
I; one of a separate peace botwi'en Uus- Anolono "region; and made good 1 gains statement of the condition dt close of business Dec. 31st, 1917.

lia and the central power I(1"nf ground. Likewise i along| the southern (
The attitude of liusiansvus not course of the Pmve n\or" they i RESOURCES
t reflected in the dispatches. reporting nn !I have added' materially to their bridgehead : { LIABILITIES
tho Brent-Litovsk prortvding's.! which east. of Capo Siltpushing back I I. Loans and Discounts $145,924.96 t
)? were evidently of German: origin. the enemy from several trenches, .I United Slates and Municipal Bonds 14,347.00 Capital Stock paid in 25000.00
,, ti' The Russian delegates have \been which were held by the Italians in I Surplus fund 10:500.00:
/ Claims and Other
strenuously objecting to the continua spite of furious counterattacks. Resources 16,186.98 I Undivided profits, less expenses paid J 680.40
,1 tion of the negotiations at the German In the hill region the AuatroGerj j j Banking House, Furniture and Fixture 19500.00 Deposits 390:841.93:

u eastern headquarters to their' mans offered strong' resistance but AU other; Real Estate owned 7,237.61)
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? transfer to Stockholm was reiterated the Italians, who were ably supported
yesterday. by their artillery, Inflicted extremely Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 337.68 .
a Premier I.<<'nlne declared that if the heavy casualties and captured eight I i Cash on Hand and in Bank 223.618.10

,, a central powers do not accept Russian officers and 2SJ men \ (
r ti"; peace terms the Bolshevik! will declare On the other front the fighting, j TOTAL $428,022.33 TOTAL $428,022.33
( war against Germany He expressed except for the artillery, continues be- '
a fear that preparation would have to low normal, although the Canadian
be made for hostilities. attain raided German trenches north I WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS. WE INVITE INVESTIGATION.

The establishment of a separate I of Lens, blowing up their dug-outs .

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[Live State News] i r 1tP U. S. S. Texas I I Thousands of acros of our Florida land
Jan. 8, MIN'
tC"h? will bo planted :o Cotton and other
: I y Bradford County Telegraph .i Field Crop the coming -.on. Preparation
wrrw..a.mn..mr..m.es..n..n..e.a_ I I Is LH-nr Sir: I am writing you a few of oU Is most Important and
Told Our ; I II rnr l>",(,"
by Exchanges.The 1zw lines to thank you and also the Sturki1 -- i"- should! bn tn ntnr. These< new book

1! . .n . I j I 1 fled Crux! for the t'hristmas packageI tell how this should be don. and glrngrgMtions
-- __ __ -. - I received tod.iy. I think n lot of the :!= =-'= I for npUntlnjt. !turttT tlnr,

& Baptist State Convention is in i B. Perkins on Cat Island in the Su- present and also that it was from oMStarke. E5 ; 9 fertilizing etc. Free to growers.

session this week at Tallahassee beginning 'wainee river will Intried here if \\horepsor 1 go I wont forget I FT- .. W1IJMW A TOOMEU FERTILIZER CO. ,1

January 15th. I indicted us court in Gainesville had I the Red: Cross at Starke. Well -.." Ma.nutartuN'rs Ittmtl PortlUzvr k

'just been concluded at the time of I I hope I will get back soon with tin !! Jacksonville Florid. t.'

Tampa experienced a wood shortage 'their nrre-ts. A number of other I tst Sturke I'lti/.i'nu. 1 like them and also ii t jf.e.
u7u4uk II Ili
during the last cold' wave. In cases of statewide interest are expected I aalrt.. the farming section. I will l'ILIifor! .

:f Jacksonville the price of wood has to l be heard at the special :March rte wr this time. Yours an ever,

. '" .been fixed by the fuel committee and term of United States court here. W. T. Coolly: I

'_ I prices will' also be made for Tampa. TliePirate U. S. S. Terns. care Pot-tmaatrr. Box I 1 I
7, New York, N. Y.
.W y'il; Patrons in King's drug store Tampaat

I" Full returns from the thirty-six precincts the noon hour were astonished at Jackson Columbia S. C.
Camp! ,
''I in Duval county of the election witnessing n lively though brief
Editor !
would happento Telegraph:
'" Sh! What !
'.' held for bonds of $1,000,000 for fracas between two womvnwhose -me if I were your kid ? Please allow me a little space in ::1 NOTICE! : '

fl." 'J.S bridges and roads show that the proposition names remain camouflaged because of Well if you're not acquaintedwith next uet'k's paper if possible, ti>

'J was defeated in a light vote. their sudden disappearence. Jealousyover Calumet Bakini you thank the ladies of the Red Croonchapter

,Out of a total of 11,109 qualified vot- the husband of one of the women don't know what a good excuse for the presents' sent to met'

.j't;ers, only about 1,500 participated in was said to be the cause.ulthough I have. / Can't lUlpHelping Christmas I nm glad to know that +l
." 1 the election. This is held as one of this was largely matter of specula Mvicelf-they're so 1 !
a
good I Good for me too because the Red Cross is still with the Bradford We have just receive da car load of AMERICAN
the causes of the defeat of the bonds. tion. After II brief preliminary con- that
!ii Calumet Bakings are county boys lire in Company
1 ", versation the women went at it, raining wholesome aid easily d'IIi.d., 30t, Trench Mortar Battery and wo I wire fencing. !

1' ;' ., : Congressman Frank Clark is soek- swift blows pulling each other's Millions of mothers use would have liked to have spent Christi i I

ingto get the government to erect an hair and indulging in other impolite CALUMETBAKING mss at home with our folks and our Our new goods are coming in daily.

I I:"'\\f immense shipbuilding plant at Ferj practises. Fingernails were also used friends, but wp were not granted any | I
,j> nandina. The government already with damaging effect' to the featuresof furloughs. ili not know now when
: We have i in of feed.
just
POWDER got a car
both, and sewer 1 glasses! and I
jIiIi' Towns: a half-mile of waterfront at we can get n furlough :
that place on the Amelia river, where sugar bowls were broken The second because of its purity-because Although \\'i' know that we are in I :
results! iscronnmicnliuront Just received lot of Sea Island cotton
in before always best
Timber round was progress five men it Rives the and from a new
happy
: the water is forty feet deep. and IIRI* army away our I
/ a plentiful and there are excellent managed to seperate them, and a Calummi contains only .ue" homes to ditch the (;lerman king the bowl
seed from the these
100. been op- i Islands are big I II
third round would have been attempted inrrtd.fntm at '
railway connection with coal and, proud of/tetally oy tn. CS.. we are willing. to do more than our \
\\l
: if they had been turned loose. food Auho.'i... to the end of this I I be i
.1 Iron fields of Alabama. I )part great wars new kind of Sosonoski which is given up to
F The curtain finally dropped when II
osay.wbnyoI.uv.ft.b have been receding your paper each \
recommendation- that Camp the management of the store threatened u I week and it if it great pleasure to I the best cotton grown in the world. It makes
Official +
;
to call the police. One of the IIIGIIESTavniJr; u I
1 >0 read the homo! news 1'1Idundny.. I
1"J .Johnston Jacksonville be enlarged ad-to women then offered to pay for the Ate,, know that I nm late, but we were all i well, has large bowls and is easy picked turns
'tl9 the extent of having eighty-eight
broken glasses and dishes which she
rY
kJditional; barracks built to house the did, both women leaving in a disheveled t<-\ > afiHVANCIAL late that in receiving each nnd our every presents.' one of Hoping our :, out nearly equal to upland cotton at the gins,
'\II." L'men who are pouring in from all parts'
state. The not I
with police were Bradford county friends bail, n merry and will make and almost before the
.f-of: the United States together notified : open season
jRnn -order for 140 more tents has gone: \\,, Chrihtmak and a successful New Year, :11 I
,Ito the war department from Lieut. - AI I am. ; for the bowl weevils to come. ,

:.Col. Fred L. Munson, the command- KILLS LARGE: EAGLE Yours n-spertf-illy
s4 I
SECT.( 0. J. AN IIEHR: i
( received lot of
\Ung officer who sent this information Just a new stoves.
.p... Washington after a conference with Mrs. II. Y. Brown who lives three 30(5( Trench :Mortar Buttery
rl ito Hnrracks I-8 & !9 Side!': I
Infantry ,
I.
Wheeler, constructing'quartermaster. piiles south of Starke has been\' los- We for Matresses
are Headquarters Sprinqsand
ing many of her chickens lately from Cutup! Jackson Columbia S. C. ,

i : having her chicken yard raided by an
all kinds of furniturer and have just got in '-
,
she set two stool
\ '!' the who voted eagle. f'riiluy traps ('"nIp'hl'I'J'r.nn.., i
l4 Although people
.. : close together and tied rooster between -
January I9), !HUH.! close for cash.
. J9. Vest Palm Beach dry at the recent a car load selling mighty
them and waited for the eagleto I
editor Please allow
"I Telegraph:- mespace
: inclination to I
lection have say
yi no
make his vUit. Shortly afterward
: . [told you so," they are rejoicing overJjhe the eagle appeared and went- wltt M c> in your paper for 11 few words We carry Fertilize and Irish Potato seed and
to frieiuU in Hrinlfiinl. I wish
contains only my
\ fact that tie jail
straight for the chicken between tho all of New Year and, 11 i
Pthree prisoners whilo in previous you a prosperous almost all other kinds of merchandise.
.
and 1 in foot in
) traps < alighting put a many! Mircest-fiil years in the futurewhen
times over-
< so
] years it was many to free each trap. Once caught In the traps we ran nil bo 1, at i peace insteadof

:1rroweled that it was necessary he! showed, no desire to fight and was i in u t livniiMiiloUH' war. ;Many doIIOt .
-
"
Christmastime STATEMENT:
:ta j'eomo of the prisoners' at -
; with The bird, I
for I dispatched an II Xl' Monthly nnuneml Sinu'ment of llni'lford yi-t ronli/e) wo nro at war ami
in order to make room more.jko measured fret' and inches nmiuh'Dtwnilwr 111 Is. :
four two County far the hove ached, the soiimis stage, hilt
: liberation* on this account were, I '.'>ni>riil Fund
igf.'J' _hjnndo this year ami the construction I from tip to tip.National. Itnlnnrr, HiTpmlK.r 11117 ._---------I. 1.HK.niplH 1 I hope" all of you \\ ill help will Ibis A. D. ANDREWS
I174 II!
During Month nil know old Hill Kaiser
tsar
!{;i. l&tof the new jail for which the county 11'I.hurR..n..n'" lltmnw Month ..uu I5J4:10: 11' j on
T. bonded $SOOl), ]has been post- liilitm-r JnmuiryiitMtimilinir hi I\'IS U'U''U 28111.fill4S.17 is not a )present box full nf 'III.jnlli
was
i[[ News | VVurrimln _-_ 'ratings, 1ml with the help of those left
i, |j(. loned indefinitely. II Fine and turrvtura Fund behind we will ""1It" him.
Hlllllno" Pecembrr 11117 2171 71UunnK
! It. I 8ereipta< Month _-__._______ 617.07 I Now hays, don't forgot we are at
.,t. John M. Knight: alias "fieorgia I Woman suffrage by Federal constitutional 'UmlmniilnunU During Month _______ G41 41 war; rton't 1 bo, a ,slacker, but come on AND SON
investigation llnlancc Junmiry lit IOU _______ 22411.A0OutMainding
Iud. a negro is in jail waiting I" amendment won in the house Warrnnti -n__--____ lull.60 anti do your part. I know you want I
by the next grand jury with exactly the required number of Ito.d Fund to stand up with Undo Sane men and

Mon a charge of assault with intent to :.1 affirmative votes. HnlKncu H".I" DfCfmhcr During Month lull _-____nn.-?-.._ SUI1I 01421 RlIiiHliurKomcnU have the satisfaction of knowing you Raiford - - Florida

kill. Incidentall he is nursing some i During Month .__... 161(1.02: are doing your share in the war, no 1
[ caused by small shot. It is llnlance Janunry h. 1D1K la 0.711 come '
punctures on
Sixteen were killed and a OutntancliliK Wnrrantu __. 40.60
disturbance persons n :
: said that Knight raised a Outstanding Fund A. T. CARTER.: I l
,
number injured at Granger in yearend .
| In the Bee Ridge neighborhood and nuhmro De-ermhttr 1U17 21.B1 10(5( Engineers, Co. A. 4)
lie missed collision when the first section of IIi'O'lpU' Paring Month Cf.rt.llUfl . _..
t fired some negroes.! .
upon Missouri Kansas and lliMlmiwmvntji Dunn icMunth. .21llll'l . . -- -.
the Southbound
with -- - ---- --- --------
{ them but they returned the fire : Itiilam-c January lit lUlH _. ( .
r 4 better success although small shot Texas flyer was struck by the second 'Uutitandlnii I Warrant 237H.17Dralnava ,
; section of the train. Fund
'1 were used and Knight wast not badly I Itnlnncr P.-ci-mJjer 1'JIT 110311
'th hurt. He decided to leave the npigh- KfCill' Durum Month -. 07 Lan

'j i j borhood in a hurry. and as walking The Government has assumed con- iMHtiurwumi.nt Durlnit Month _. 071.0:1ltnlnnce :
.lanunry lot 11)18 127..T1Mr. : :
I II
I t I was not swift enough for him hodrafted trol of the three electric plants ob- OutBlumliiiK, VtarrnntH --_ 87UJ.G7
I the and their from Niagara Railroad Honda
| mule for purpose taining
power
a
Outntandinic WarrHnta ________ B7HO.00
.
nn
.\ after riding it out of the war zone, fulls. The step was taken to assure Uriuir..ril County Stark: ,. Florida January
[} turned it loose and wolked to Sarn- I an adequate supply of power for Ilth 1918STATE .

i "l'l'sola, where he was arrested and sent to munition plants at Niagara Falls and 1 hereby OF certify FLORIDA.that tho foregoing .Ialr- I

. the county jail. Buffalo. mcnfc of the Kucrlliut and DiHlmnii'nivnu of \
the funds of Hradfuril County for the month
at Dum-mber 1K17 In true and correct to the
JK Private James Tracy of Receiving: Paul Conrad whom the police say lK>st of my knowledge and b..11.'.

,s,$ Squad No. 4, Camp Johnston created claims to be a cousin of Kaiser William !- Clerk of tho Circuit Court W. ,1.Urailftinl WEEKS County .

$3&somewhat of a commotion Friday was turned over to federal authorities (IiE\L: Cy .It. A. REEKS. 1>. C. ::<,f4;I'Y: '' : ;: l'f: :;' 'W::;
i ii
night when ho attempted! to act as its at !St.' ..T08..nh.10.- : .. Wednes I .:.'..kth''......:....:+ ...._-,.l-.w.4.1."V......... ._..w.-\..
| of tho ; : arrested"bst'eek l I A. A. Matthews, one of our most ; .. .. .
t p';* commander during the absence ordered day. Conrad was successful stockmen has just shipped' ',.., .....,. ..,... .. ... '..'I .'" ..-! .' .........A. ........
anti-American .
he .
made re .
When for having ... \ v J . ..
top sergeant. : .. '7:,.. .''''': .1'r .1..v.......'..'."........ .) .''t kllh
f, "Lights out" some one hit him with a marks. It is said he will be interned.A a carload of hogs to the Armour packing i''i.('........",...,-., ,.... : ... .. I.. ..
the headquarters plant in Jacksonville. The total .J: J. .
.,,shoe. lIe dashed madly to 'I ;::
number of hops: was sixty-three and I'
ho
shouting as :
8 of the guard
United
Tenth
detachment of the \
reached the enterance. "Turn out theguard" encountered band of the total weight 12.R71 pounds. It fa. This Year onlythe
however States cavalry a will be seen that the average: weight use fd r.
He was disappointed Indians shortly after the Indians ,
1l\!. for Ynqui I was a little more than 200 pounds ;jj
find that he did not count international Fertilizers "
ra to had crossed the i Dependable
I each. In the = -
than he i same car Mr. Jack Camphhippod ; : .;
ii1 much more with the guard I boundary line twenty-sevsn miles west : ,
had with the company. "If you'll ton and twenty-four hogs weighing S.lu;;
of Nogales Ariz, cnpturt'l' Vi
he told the guard something over /5000) Iounds.Oculaannf.'r. : Your country in-eils the l ingest and hosttr
club !
loan me your mortally wounded one, according to a .
officer "I'll have ten dead bodies for message received here by Col.! George; ; \.i ps your soil can hi1 nunlf to produce. t "

you in the morning" It required" II. Morgan Arizona district commander. furs t: You need the profits much l"fIlPwill l hrinQ Gaff. ..
'
time to subdue the wild "rookie. A quantity of arms anti ammunition DKATII: OP MK. IUUDOX ROBERTSOn ; : ': : t.: :

\l :!:l also was taken from the Indians. 'Phi's;

Wilmer E. Tompkins of the Florida I the last] day of the year 1917, in r "l costly. Use only standard: ftTtili/tTs of !::; s

{Abstract & Title Insurance Company The manufacture of l baby carriageswas the ninriiing Mr. Kipdon Roberts :;j proved crop-making quality} and use them ;i'ts 1 1

I Jacksonville is anxious to get any information trundled into the ranks of "es wh A,' late home was near Lulu, pasitil d ibcrally.te ] ;h*

l possible concerning J. M. sential war industries" here when a away following a severe attack of .. ..;.
I Bruen, of Whit Plains N. Y., who man who makes gocarts and who was pneumonia. :;1 Use: complete fortili/ers. Phosphoric acid .;I

1 [ so mysteriously disappeared from a called I for service in the rational army, 'he funeral took place at the f>cfhlihiiu fi+ :1 docs not take the place of other plant foods :f::
1
[ Clyde line ship after reaching harlcs-: naked the district hoard for deferred fi-mi-tery east of this city in then r. .f and an over-supply of one plant food will s.;

| ton. Druen was on his way to Jack classification on the ground that his mring! of New Year's Day Rev. J.n. F"/I not make up for the shortage of another. I:: !

sonville. It Is known he left the ship calling wns indispensable to the needs ( Ilitiris of this city going: one to 1ti

at Charleston but here all trace of I 6f the country. He bet up the claim ,coniluc the "rvice.-I.ake City Index. For cotton and other crops (there Is an Armour .

1 him has been lost. An article appeared that when called in the first draft exemption ;:Jj fertilizer. made of high h grade materials iiin,1 '

recently in a Southern newspaper had been recommended bypresidential I' 1IIK :S\ME: IN: PA LAI'K A j0'}::." containing the plant foods needed for : J; 0

In which was claimed that a coastwise I order. \' best results oil your soil. See jour dealer '.;tL<;:

steamer had called at an Atlantic today and place: order for your :spring sup !
named ral.tt' !I'-
J o' port to put off n man suicide at Baroness Lon.v Zollner, alleged German : Welfare of the Public.It .-.'..!....'..,.! ply. .C'yza.(- ....
ro; .
Bruen who had attempted is Icing, held in prison in ;,41; : '.I ItnokUt dptrrlptl. of Armour f.rIII.r. yl.
transfrered to hos spy. f.4' d Al... will b. I
sea, and he was a ran b lied from roar or
pital. Mr. Tompkins in communication Chattanooga Tenn., without bail and in just the same in Talatku as in :;;:, ....11... Irwui ibis ulna. lr..OR rwquimt I i":;.":

with W. R. Condit, of White Plain incommunicado. following a prelimi- Starke; our friend. there speak out t.;' ..:fc
lasted days
and together they are trying to learn nary hearing which CommissionerSam two in the! Fame glad earnest way aa BO > Armour Fertilizer Works. ;{
United States
something of. the whereabouts of the before:McAlostcr, for violation of the have many spoken grateful Starke in these men columns and women for e, 'l ';'- '. .. Jacksonville, Fla.v& (,,"} 1iG'J'
missing man.I '
espionage act During the hearing it : ;.!,r'>


District Attorney John L. Neeley was used disclosed a secret underground that the baroness means had for years W.! C.past.Bryan well,known of the firm of of Bryan Le- 'i.;. '<:..:':..:fi;.; .; ;.L "r ;!t.r.<:,' : ..":',.,' ":'r :.;".",:.rnn..Tp: : :.>w.: ,t. 'f"/.iaGiiiKlri

of Tallahassee states that the special communicating with her husband & Austin and, Eleventh streets.grocers Palatka (' ; :);,....i-J....>.a\'s2M..rdF.. ,t ii. ..'rLf tY.i.H\u..,J.. I.t :.,... ....._,J

term to be held in March will have man '{ '.i d: :r,
:
now in Germany. Fla., says: "I was annoyed for some }"
.. I the largest: criminal docket probably' time by a deep seated pain right over ;..?/

in the history of the court. A num- preparedness and kidneys and it made my back soreand
While urging my
tier of slackers who have been
alleged '
for its atrocities lame when I first got up in the
bound over to the grand jury will be flaying Germany
t Col.! Charles Bige- morning. The kidney secretions pass
Belgium,
tried if indicted. The interesting against
;
J frequently. I began taking i
Conn. dropped ed too
,
of New Haven
of Gustave Sigwalt the Holiness low I !
case in Houston D'jan's Kidney Pills and I wasn't long Fertilizers
preacher who is accused of seditious dead on a lecture platform out their merit, for theyfixed
known in finding
!. Bigelow Wall
will Tex. Co
utterances from his pulpit be "
in good shape.
I traveler and lec me up :
.: world as a
the
heard by the grand jury he having over returned from a I'rice fiOc at all dealers. Don't sim-
been held by the commissioner for turer. lie recently
I' battlefront The ply ask for a kidney remedy eet
before that body. It is''I trip to the European thatMr. ;.
appearance I Doan'u! Kidney Pills-the same
also that the of alleged colonel was ('>2 years old 1. and had been Co.
expected gang hour when : [ Bryan had. FoRter-Milburn: ,
draft registers, who were rounded up l talking for more than an Props., Butfalo N- Y. ((31) ---- \
recently by United States Marshal J. :( death came.





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COfi. TELFCRAFii. STARK E f FLORID \. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1918.
BRADFORD <<
\ PAGE POUR .____.__ __._.____
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. ., --.___
-- A. Barker carrying time I I Drnnch rtnn'inw. from North< to South ,,t
Mr8. P. away
LAWTEY NATIONAL) I'OHM) LON:" Mr. J. A. Douglass moved his family friends who regularly spend their :,'i point on Action line running Kimt an..1 I \.t ."
: Bradford Telegraph) week. \vint,'ri: in Luke Butler left last Wednesday ' 'devoted wife and mother. !Mrs. Onie i| t ti toma being the South-went corner of tlo. .
County ASSOCIATIONLiiwUv. lo Aliifhua la t through south ,, RIH'her. Mrs. Barker was born in |illiryl I i IlenHley ...1. In.Inn a plot of Inn. ,,,"I I II
Mr. (l.iri'nic. :Ni'\-.Mn-; of tho (!1'11- I for 1totlr : .
rnfk :' 1881 ,I am! oCt --CluIII''r| ucri lying I In n i Mu', '""'
: hum section thlouh hero last ]'Iomla. 'ilnv will be gone for a 1.11110 Butler] September 22, tlnii. ainw o'.itiiitencintS at the Nurthin. 1 .
pirsid
;
t PuMiHhi'd" (,Ikt.' > nnH ent-rvd m ". ?- I'lu. Jail. H, I 1018Drar nltuinooij. \\'I'.le. i-r ton. d I iI i\'.<. I''making her u little over :SI years of :I I ni'r .r the Mary .... Klkyw Lot and i. '"
huisdiiy i .
Not I til 1'illy I I yiaidli' to old Oh'it I Ion
i onl clans: ninlltr at the voHt-oflice at Hlr-- ]1'Jesme) allow me spueo IM The ,.1'11,01! is preparing a play for .i A Imge it to Li I tar nf' fnc'nd.. attacked .'' m OKIWhen' she died she wns a memo : ,d line down the nll-r:: the Lfranrb.. 'I I IiHt .
for the following letter which the Milht'dist' Parsonage 1'.londnyevening h 1.1'1' or the Methodist. church, n (rood \\. One hundred and thirty i. yhi ,
y"U" impel the close of the public term,
'c Sturkt*. Florida. | I II Chiistian loved J by all who 'II In, net South One hundred and Scxinuyardti. .
woman .
and. infoi',million for the benefit: of will ,11" pulilishcd lut'.r. I und gave the family a severepounding. [ Tin'nee Ueaat thirty-two yanln 't.. i
j = those int"re'itod in the! Lawtey Niition1 :Mrs: P. Colson is still very sick. Hro Hondrix was able to knew her. Toward the end she realized ] ,noutli-ueNt corner of the HHld RII.VH) I I'i t

E.: S. :M.I"1 I I Ii iws, Mil: or and ()wiicr. -1 ]Farm Loan Association.! The following Mr. Ben Crosby was a visitor to the be out though the next duy. I' that her Lord and :Master had call- I land bi.inir. and lying In the Suuth-i 'u't .,itt ,
I ,
South-tBRt .
of
i of tin quarter
,',fc J. C. ItomSO.i.M..od'lle( : ( :. rxlitor. is a ]letter I received from the county seat last Wednesday Lust Sunday Rev\ W. T. McGuin I I' ed her and to the ones she had gathered four r 'lounKlilp Seven Snuth. of IliinKt Hecton. T Tone "v. .

_ _ _ _ !I'ldornl i Land ]Bank, dated) Jan. 0191X Miss Gertrude Thomas spent last filled hill rcguur appointment at the around her bed stated that f-ho was I'/.t. In Uradford County lorldu" I

/! us follows Saturday and Sunday with her parents Christian church, preaching both [ ready and perfectly willing to pro to tOning Thor. ur in I I"*nil*. Eleven and Onu-uuutin. ,,,

_ N ,1121!? JAN IJIY-: !2MI! Subject, Lawtcy N. (.'. L. A"Ooar near this place. morning and evening. liefore the meet her Savior. She leaves to Th'I ) ( thi. S iluyof January 1918.MRS. .

/ Sir---You r letter of *RUt inst. On account of the bad weather and I (evening services began the Christian mourn her ]loss besides! her devoted MILLIE HAG NC.uardlati

u... fN : IiQ.w.. ..!1J..T..i] has boon received,!. Wi beg to advise one nf the characters being missing, Kndeavor held their regular meeting. husband and two little] children, Graef?*; Minor. heirs. for of Hill J. C.Piarl Hamin, and Deci Dorcthi.ed liana 1.1. .:

- that duo to some of the office force the play by the advanced pupils: of I :Notwithstanding: the cold weather and Lcnett her mother, :Mrs.] :Mattie

23 5 being absent on account of sickness, Little Spring/ school] was not rendered there was quite a number present Kate, and two brothers, F. F. and II.

we have boon unable ti> have your here last Friday night, but we hope und the leader for the e'ening"as O. Rivers, and,I one sister, Mrs. Mary '

1 6 7 8 f19 10 11 1 12 organisation papers checked, but they to have it in the near future. I Miss Evelyn] Bennett. There is ft Drowning. The body was ]laid to rest

will bo checked in the course of II few A Her the worst of the storm last I great deal of interest manifested in in the Dekle cemetery. Rev S. S.

_ 1314 15M171T8B9 days and you will be advised) an to the Friday night Section Foreman Barefoot this section and it ia steadily !growing.Mr. Proctor conducted the funeral services

disposition\ sumo, went over his track. having to'' It. E. Roll made a business tripto after which the Woodmen Circle Reasons !

2021 22t232425i26 "Yours very truly m>ike the trip on foot as his car was Starke last Wednesday. of which she was a member held their

"HOWARD C. ARNOLD:: out of commission. They removed :Mr. K. J. Andrea, the hustlng serxicc. Funeral] direction was in should

"Secretary" several trees that had \blown across traveling salesman, was in Lake Butler charge of Undertaker Overstrcet. Her Cardul Why you the woman's use
272829:3031:
Anyone wishing to confer with rae the track teaching Starka at daylight this week. numerous friends sympathize with tonic, for your troubles

on any subject concerning the association and) returning on Peggy. He reported :Mr. ]R. A. Green our young Bradford the ones left to mourh. k have been bhown in
--- - -- -- --' --- -- -
I will please do so, and I will a tough cold night. ,) county candidate for Representative Mr. Carl] Scan is now at 'the Lake thousands of letters from

_ I The state of MiBni'fippi i is the first; be glad to give any Information that Program of l.adit'tt Aid Society was in Lake Butler ]last week. Butler bank learning the banking business !- 1 actual users of this medicine -

r to ratify the national; "prohibition they may desire. I will nay to those Following in the program to be rendered Mr. Green is n self-made man and under Professor Steward and who speak from

1 4 amendment The vote for ratification who are necking loans from tho Kodor- by the Ladies Aid! Society at the has always been very studious ambitious Cordell. personal experience. U
.. nl Land) Bank that wo will have to I the results obtained by
was almost unanimous. Free-will Baptist Church on Friday and, progressive./ R. A. can other for
women
so
--- -- stick together if we ever expect to accomplish night January 23th certainly fill the oflfico for which he Rruort of I ho Condition ofLAWTKY 'I years have been so many unIformly -

1. Speaking of patriotism, a St.irkP any result. Overture. is seeking, and that with credit. I....HTATF'.,. :F''bANK". cood. why not
.- youngster offers to ]let the airplane Yours very truly Song,-"To the work"-By choir. 1'residing L'ldor: J. C. Jenkins of In Iho State of lorldn, at the clone of bunninii !. give Cardul a trial?

motors have his share of tho limited,) C. U SAW, l'rnyer.-Rev. W. F. Walters. Jacksonville will preach in the Dteimber 31, 191HLoiinn .

diipply of castor oil. Can you beat Secy-Treas. I.awtoy N. F. I L. A. Scripture lUttntionH.-llemLers: of ]12 church next Sunday night and 1II'j on_ Collateral lnourrcs Sicurlty Other I TakCARDUI'

it ? ----..--- Soni.ty. duct services!! each night: until Friday login Hi'Hi Kulnto _____-_____n 'tRRr..n
All nthir l.oiinn and Illncounu ____ nnn.nil
'p BROOKEFi. ]f'citntioll.Willie :Mae Nabb. inclusive. Before services on Mon- cu.nlrorm .__ __n. ___________ 1/640.1\7
Brad ford] County shouM' by all Instrumental Duc-t.) -Ine" Abt-rnnthy day evening conference will he hold. I'mt.il Slnt. H.milH _____.-_______ 220.75

_ _ means have a creditable] exhibit at the anti, Eunice: Uobinson. I As we all know Illdor Jenkins is an Iliinklnir llmiiiv l-urnltuc and Fix. r.UI.KII
'>lh'r tutu' r:.lntr _____ ___ J7104I
I State Fair in Jacksonville We nerd Mr. and Mra K. f.. :crosby: nn
more )leopl)('. Tho way to get them children spent Sunday with their )Icitlition.-FILY Andreu. treated to some fine sermons. A cordial ( Cn.h Itonn ________________ 4'l 111 1H 6
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( h on Hnnil nO' tR 2.r.7 The Woman's Tonic
\ is to let homo-hookers know something daughter, Mrs. PiprceI'ar Lulu. Song,-"Kver: work work woik" invitation is extended to Pmft, mail' ___________u____- 10UH02Totnl \ l
of the possibilities of our noil. Mr. .J. 1)I Baxter and son, \Vultcr, IJy choir. one, and! a large crowd at eVl1rY-1 l.o.a. ___

were in Alachun last Frul.iy.Mr. R..IIIIJIIg.Bllln'hendrew.. vice is anticipated. uuuh___.______ 4167977 Mrs. Wary J. Irvin of

.J i At the next session of the Florida Uoy 'Ihonias, of Starkr: was Instrumental Solo.-Inez Abernathy :Mr. Fre"l 'lallinian ]left for I'ensu- Ptoi-k Piilil, I Inhilitlnrimluil In ____,--\--- AOOO 00 Cullen, Va., writes

M li'ijclature/ the national prohibition visiting relatives here last wctk-crul.] )iecitntinn.-Ray] Andrew. cola ]last Saturday; where he is to take In.llvlchml p.-T'OBilH Snl.J.-rt Ai Cluck- 23 I tt6..G I. "About II years ago, I
iit'nrnt will fur ratifi. Song. "Illeat be. the Tie"-choir. of the "),'nmn.1 Crrtillenti t>f Hi.t,,i.lt __n !'IHfl' 11fnahli.r'i E suffered untold misery
arm come up Mr. and Mrs. Lee i.iincy: were visiting charge Standard Carriage Chicks OuUlnnillliw _____ inofinMiuinun p

<'uU rejection. No man should in Alaihiui last Monday, nftcrnonn.Messrs. I Jiismission.12vtTyliody. works. :Mr. Tallmim is an tip-to-date ni-pinltn _u______-_______ 3\.0921\. Mf with female trouble,bear-

;' bo. e't', .i'' t in i either t the senate or the Kili-y nd) :MatthewUMlm, cordially invited to ccyne workman in his lint of business.Mr. All Other Llntllltli. ____u______ 211.7r ing-down pains, headache -

IICK .M) does lint plt'ilgn himself hail Misses ]IHIn,: 1 and Mabel byrd of and] cither bring or buy n box. 11.1 ]F. Floyd returned from Totnl -.- .n____.___-______.:-410707Stnlo : N numbness . I

urn > i ",'iilly for theitrm>ndnicnt. 'irabam: wen1 jili'iisant, visitors here -- .- -- Gainesville last Friday, where he has nf florid ('.,otnty, of Tlmlfiinl. HI . would for three! weeks[
.. I J. C llynl Cnnhlir of the nnniimimrilHunk b go
k _ _ -- last Sunday afternoon. RAIFORD. been to attend the funeral of his do Holemtily HWinr that the 1110.| HMHtiilomtnt 1 s'most! bent double . .
:
.- l. f .'. ml now a Iunch of those lnlelpull- Mrs J. I II. l>i\ter ,"pt.nl Suturiluy mother" ;::Ir i >!. I.. :M.[ Robotts. B trtii. to tho bi.nt of my knowlnliri. .' My' husband Dr.
went to
]licity ngents sending out "put riotic" and! Sunday: ill I Alachua with relatives, Mr. Stove (Lewis, of Drooker was and l.i'Ik f.

lopo iin- detii in ii iig tint: the newspapers ( turning i Mondny.1'iof. A pat ty eompoMd of !Mr.\ and Mrs a Ui 'me';s \iMtoi to lake Butler ('orreitt-Attr..t r C I TVYKn Cnchirr Ss -- for Cardui . .

they are iiding furnish fucofics mimi :Mis. A. .1. (:inlfin took S. A. 1I'ynn.Iis"cR{ : Kate Kobrrts and Saturday. w. i'. fomviNIJ : .. 't.jq. AUcr taking about two

: I (' ( of their paper ,so the agc'nt can then little son, (Oiarlcs who was very Sudic Simmoml.s; and Messrs Lacy I'' :Mr Put man Roberts of Graham, L.. H HHOWN HIM Ki bot'.lcs: I bcfpn going

I .: f heck up on lIwl1I.Voulln't one of sick Satniil.iy to Stnrko for modiontroatment. i Casnii, Dan .lohnson Urady Johns.1 visit't! our city :Monday.MISOS . Director around and \vlien 1 took

e' the old! t inu'i H among tlioatrunl piessngpnti 'Iho last lopnrt hew I Hrrhtrt, Kitdi and Erndy Hosier I : Clara and Willie Hilton Sut>Hcrthid anti HUnrn lo ,hi.fore me tlnx, 4th ,1 three bottles I could do

c' think this row graft easy I Home I.l'll"r.V" hope) fur the little/ nifiloied" to Lake Butler to the spent lust week with friends at Hamp dRY nf Jnnimry l'M8! H. I.. HT.ANrTTMtn.funtlrp all my work." E-SO

_ _ money ?-Lrewburg. Cnnimercial. ono! a SPICIlY recovery., val I Wednesday' night cnrni-I .' of the I'liin8TATIMKNT .

If >'iu H"(' a >oting' man bending,] :Miss Kunuo: Kobmson spent limit "f liny fuson hail the ton.Mrs.. W. A. Bailey and son, Alan, "

: over his work end laboriously writing last vvftlc with I telutives in Stiiiko.Musgrs haing: his: cur stolen Wednesday night I spi'nt the vvook-enil with friends at OF TUP ()flpt40VllP.5i'.N-

uomi'lhing ofiteming, gieat importune fancy I Ila/ou and ..loll ill loki. Uutler. The car was found by Urooker and,] Graham Af.PMFNT.; I :: ) flY( IRr T1IK I"I ATIOV AfT OF HT.: (.0.N-.HEIH'IRFI .
'I
i- e, ,don't be deceived.. He i.s notrompomng I'mhoUtcr, attemled Sunday School; al John ('n-wg flour Providence. iiisss Thelma liailey and, Minnie I.liEI'II OF Al'M'ST 21. ]912.II 1'F.\="iUTR. PEANUTS.!

+ love letters to his "ilearest Cooler I I'mill. ]last Sunday ufU'rnooi :M.ss Kato l Roberts of Worthington Leo Hilton spent last week and part *>t. the wcoklv Ilrartford at Sin County,*.. Flurliln.T.I ..rn..h.for pubnhpil Oc-- THE THREE-rOLD CROP.

tine." ]Ho It merely answering tiucs- Quite number. of our nit/.cMis were Springs, u. visiting friends and of this visiting friends, ut Brooker Inbir Int. ll>17. '
tions: of that "ijucttionnaire" sent out in .Staike Monday.Messrs n'ativos! here this week. and Graham.Mr. Slate nt Florida Peanuts that will fill your barn with

_ _ to those in the draft Lakeland) Raleigh ikons :Mr" :Miildlcton Rosier County of llrndforilPi . forage-your smoke house with bacon
age.- and Jill! of Rosier : W. A. Bailey, who has accepteda I 'foro me .a Notary FuTille In nnd for the
Advertiser.' Perry of Aluthua were in our town town was in town transacting busi- position as foreman of the carpenters State. unit county aforeftnld personally flppiareil I-your pockets with money. Double
last Sund afternoon. ass Thursday.It the owner nn,l puhltpher or the Brad your acreage next spring. Write me
ly gang on the Atlantic Coast Line ford County Tvleirrnnh' and the '
that
Mr. Thos D. Proctor hat: leased the Ci. M. Hovill has sold his interest ('. IVrkms and R. T. Valentine, Railroad( left this: week. l I.. to in... bent of M.. knnwtfdun and following billet "I today for prices on the N. C. flat vine

Lake huLler Times for the )"i-ar 191!) in the Mrobker (;;aiago to his son, I IHovill C. of Jacksonville, agents for the Colum Miss !Maud Hunter spent Saturday ment true of Matemint the of the ownnrnlilp. manner 1 seed peanuts. II.T.. Hall, Lowell
nfon-nl.l'
publication
and fa now in c-hargi' of thy! paper. of this place, ami, :Mr Itovi Linn Woodmen were In town Friday nnd Sunday with her parents in Luke In the nliove rnptlnn reouired for the by dnteMmwn the I

s -' Mr. I'tortor is pleasantly] rcniemliurc'il, ham /accepted the position as eiiwyoat / ]>1'. and :Mrs. A. J. Johnson visited Butler. Act of Auirwt 21. 1013 H'I C=O=o- 'oo11 -

In Staike; having/ been an eniployeo" the saw mill .of I.fHlio* and llickhai SUrUe ]",'iIIIY.lIr. Mr./ J. A. Hullivnn is our new Express ] puhltHher 1. 'I I hat. editor the mimcH'miinnuInK and iditor.aildrcMon and of bul-the: REGISTERED gGn

', I in the olfico of the ToU'grnih' |. for 1'. M. Uarefout and J. ]K. demon, : S. W. Smith epejit Thursday agent nt this! place, former, n.iMw mnnntrora tore HAMPSHIRE Qrno

",f'\nrnl I vehrH.. ']'Ioe TnloirriiTili" inins! vvcro attending to \business in StarkMonday. in Jacksonville. Dlent nirord 'arv..r- hnI',,.. ....Q.n_ J'ulillBher...:..:..or. ...;,. r:ei: S minim. .Mattthcwi.WH. Starke. .. ?.Florida I .uni. :: .: .CAIC.......:.. oHanvpihtret a.!
MHrKf "l"rhlll.
: hit: ninny friends'] ill wishing: ,; Inm a j ; : Messrs. Scbelle and Hntt Rosier of I ed.; !Mr. Sullivan;; moved; his family; i luKlnem> Mnnniri J C. Hohln.on. Slnrto Fin II :: ii

;s ]iospiirous> year as nlitoi anil manager :?01 r. l L. Morgan made a business trip Rosier were in town Saturday. here this week. Wo welcome -them Slarke 2. Thnt. F1orln.I'hnl'the/ nururH. an, E S. Mutthiux. very prolific,

_ f of the Times to Still; ike last" ..Monday.. Carl Milliard, of Lavvtey wan in I Itimn to our city. 1 I 'thi. lcni\\n bondhnldcrv.. mort'ni'ii' .. 11 having two, ]litters each year. Crow

;: A small I'moccutod, I in I the si'hoobuilding I t tiaiiMiiting' busi ness Sntm m iviny. I| :Mr. O. J. Aboimithy" of Grnham And other mcurity holdi.m ouninw or IxMinir. ,
------ --- 0 rapidly Fatten at Mag-
:; _ i i last I Alonday] morning, but it J'1 \lIt.- .John Roberts, who left with and Miss Rlvn Ciows wore united,) in J hiindn Pir' Lint mnrl.ni'or : lid tlu'faimr t or Ki-curlllli' nificant and. liustlera. Best
/ an
S YUIlolh. tinjiricrs! was disiovoicd und put out he fol'(' fhi1 ti m'.t 1 sitiad| of Btadford l county Sf'I I j the holy bonds of matrimony last Mi.ri'inthaler. I.ln.."tM.. Ni\>' V..rV N Y rt grazer 0 "
(' can gel now'' ]f a leal f loi'Ida, livts fur MhlHnrk l-rlnlinw L'i.'o ,. ,. Jj adapted to the ioulh. Dn
any duuIIgl": was doiio. It I was ('lii I sct.I Columbia S. C.. was! in town Saturday bv Notaiv Public C. II. a Co n rl v r.nn
:Taimyr will I thiown, on liis ono-toa 1 I. !Hint) tin t""t 'mitK'iathH. mt aliovi .
by bad stove pijimg whuh was' im :Salunlay.JfessrK.: t Ttp'illtl'1/ ; ; ,'. Alioinathv the . .. "hInw .. o
I left for flame .r the own r4. Mi rl hnl' .. ,. I
truck Homo nimning i a lialo of ]longhtaplo' modiaU'ly removed and a new one put : N. J. and Joo Nowsntnc, of I Jacksonville, whi.ro he is' onguged in ,wiurllv hiililMM. I if anv contain not i nU ,in n Nu'\wocd\ Hampshire Farm
], ontton I KM) pounds. one cliessed I 11111. or ntockholdera, anil
; Jacksonville security hold
agents fotjjrTif, Modc-n business and rs ni
up.Mr. Mrs Abernathy "return-I I thiy npprar, upon the hoolm of Thomasville!
the Ga.
hog HOI! ) pounds I ten bushels I of C'Ptlttit V I I
coin
i : Call, Lewis Woodmen of but . II ,
was a visitor to : Ameiica sprffit the weekend oil to near Lavvtoy, where she is tosleh-: al n. In ca shire the Hto.!khnM l. r ,.r"icuitly
C>/rO:( pounds; and one good, flit cnlf ( hi'ro. holder
iainesvilli- last attics the
Tuesday.Miss ing school upon hooks of
May much happiness; und Ih. =0=0'0=0- :
nil milking] loss I than I load he companv UK truxtic In
II can Dr.) or any other 'I-1
IXi: Udwnrds, of Old! linnlfon. A. J. Johnson has moved to his ]prosperity attend) this young couple. ilililary. n-lntlon, the name of the
bring back home :7t.H: ( in cash person or
$ )
just win a )pleasant visitor here last Friday farm cottage in the southern end o./ :Mr. J. E. Houston of SopehofTy corporation" f"r who .".h trtuteo I in, ,actinir. i I.
for the ]load!Tampa Tribune. given, aim that the mtTd.
Severn! of tho younger sit attended '- town recently bought! of F. \Waters. spent a few days hero visiting! his mailmen. embrncinu ,afTlant parnirraph. full knouleilico contain H

services at "0)),) Uradford" church J-;. N. I'olsomo of Travares, formerly sister, Mrs. O. A. Epperson: andfamily. anti 1..II..f, ns to t the cirrtimirnncm. anil con- .

"Tho cither day after entiflg a last Sunday night. 'of this )place, was visiting his oIl He was on his way to Gainesville to "illon.holileni un'tvr who do hlch not Mockholdera. and nccurity A

wheatlesa ]lunch" writos! it Kansas City Mr. I I., I1'. Surrency has moved in friends, Tuesday.. attend) the state comnyssioners moot of the company nn trimtmi appear upon hold mock the book and

I wnmnn to the Star "I walked past n the Shriver cottage/ :Miss ivnil Bennett, of Lawtey. is: ing. Mr. Houston I l'l'pr"Ii"ntsVnkulla" n.le"ecuriue |In, B cnimclty otlur than of a bona

,bij Kansas City ],"I'wf'ry. Outside l>r. W. I I.:. :Miiliiliton, was' a profess visiting friends and) relatives here county. lo I"owner'".". that and any this other affiant Ion.hn> no reanon R
a..ocRUon.
: a was a motor truck piled high with tonal visitor here last Sunday., this week. Mr. Ii. Rosenberg recently purchased or corporation" ban any Interest illrecl or In- ,

L... -- acks of grain. How can thinking poo- :?Mss| :Mao )Dja! of Cooler ]1'oml, wins :Mr.[ and :Mrs W. S. Graham visited quite 1lot of syrup from Rl'v.V.. direct curim.In than the as nai.l no. Mock.lal.eI! by boniln.him.' or other .i>.

.t pie cut down on their own grain consuniption the guest; of Miss Pearl Lewis hero In Jacksonville! Tuesday. A. Rimes. This syrup was shipped to B S VTTHFWS .HARDWAREW

I ... : as they should), I\n)11Ot) protest last Saturday. Chief of Police S. B. Benmark made Turn pa.Mr dnv Sworn of January to anti! lam.mil.crlbcj "heroes me this llth

]long mini, vigorously, ] aguinit the We arc glad) to report Miss" Gladys);) business trip to Jacksonville! Tnes- : H Rosenberg was in Jacksonville 'lsnAI-' TED. H \LIiriAN.; .

criminal waste of vital foodstuffs ]by Hall convulescmg from a case of liOn)'. last Thursday on business. Notary Public, I I W
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'My
the breweries ?"-Ocalu Star. measles.] Messrs. Avery Tison. Dan _johnson_m...._.., :Mr._. ...1... P--.. .-..:',_._.Ci...._.. u...D .I..nno.....:.._._. "'.r.i.",,".. Onm.mi..I. expire. Noti). 11121))
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:Mr. 1 K.: W. Surrency, of ( Jrnham md) Bratlv Rosier visited the county arrived! this week to spend t. while I
I seat : a OTICC OF r.t'ARDUN SAIE: A
was n visitor to our town last Wrdnes- Monday. with
Hrndford County farmers are busy .Mrs. relatives. !Mr. Nick], nh.wayespentls . Tt!'ilrl)' 'l"y urter lnl0 Hereof I will apply
Hay. W. L. Johns is visiting hernot hi. Himorabln Ceo A Gardiner,
winters horo he County
and has
.,
their lands for the
preparing cro'tof hum of
Mr. I,. nicole her in Folkston, Itrailford County Florida for
Morgan a'i"it Ga.
an
to this
week. friends
who
many are glad to him. Ordir to Hell R
the present year, and,) the indications :Miss see at Private dale the Unt-fourth
are that tho ]largest Worthinglon last Sunday morning.Mr. Clara :Maikillee, of Jackson- Mr.: J. W. Dell of :Mayo spent a fewtbays undivided interent each of lIellfnltan.. Pearl
in
acreage : Willie :Slnngfc'llow: who illr, was the of ] hogan.and Ponthy Ilaican.. Minor C
was guest Misses Maud last week with his heirs ofI1".Iln'
tho history of the will lie. brother Mr. J. C. .
county In .
planted to various food and home on a furlough last: week visiting atom,! :Mibrl Tajlor during last week. R li. Dell and) famil)'. diiieribed. peceaned.landti>-wit :.and A Tract to the of MlowInir land E

While money rrmtives in Starke motored to our Fred) Sapji spent the week-end in :Mr Hamlon.] of Tampa has be"lnninr, at a branch that runs from North
: crops. authentic figures are t "
not available the Telegraph estimates a position with the Times. Mr. formerly owno.1 by J. T hotel
II' running
that the of the Mis"p"unie" :[ I'inhoNtor and! :,InlHaxt..r. \ Kate Gibson of Jacksonville, Hamlon is an all-round printer hav- North four hundred and eight( feet Thence C. Jones
money crops; wept Six(
iH hundred
of I'mo Hill, were IIhol'linJ.here \' visiting her mother, :Mrs. T. 11. lug worked at his trade South and thirty f..t. Thence I
county last jour brought two million last ltnsier. for more than four h.ui>1 ...d anti night' feet. Thence
dollars or more than $125 capita Thursday afternoon. twenty years. East Six hundred and thirty t..t to point of St rke Florida
per
Rev. (J. W. Larramore filled Messrs.: W. C. Whitten biiRinninv. Also beginning
his at
the
of the entire regular nnd S. T.ovlmo Pr B. :M Wilson mado business run of the
population. This is in appointment last Saturday and ) < fmont.. TllfRilittr in... Ti..La_"...:tCarson _. .,';.,. ,,..., .-..... -.. ..... . ...a .
addition to the food products! retained ; U"J u'n nau" "" P"* uuvniuiiviiit? nisi uesaay.

for homo mime, which were worth :Sunday at Hodan Church rewofStarke. was vftitng Mr.: S. F. Weitwon, of I.ive Oak, ;=1O.- IOBOZo .oeo-
L. A. Brown one of his parents, Mr. IOE9OI .0ClOo
our progressive and! Mrs. A. It. vas thco'U8t
more, perhaps than the! money cr,)]>s. "'tew / of :Mr. Virgil Edwards
merchants has *, .
bought the farm of Tuesday.W < last v'l'f'k. He is on his to Alach II
;. Uncle Madison Shaw ,near here. I. Roberts and family will leave ua county to visit way
relatives.
_ It is refreshing to know that Jacksonville The storm of last Friday night dill W Vednesd!, : for ;Miami[ where they will About two weeks

business and professional men (quite u bit of damage through this peml. n few days visiting friend* anti Knight five of:ago, little Vanice I! TAKE NOTICE

; have ut last awakened) to the fact that community. "elativcs. and :Mrs.S.S jenrs:: age, son of :Mr.
Knight
rum shops are not the ono jxnd only Mr. S. \'. Andrc-vv was n business -. with his Chrictmas / was playing U

thing that will keep a town on the I visitor to Starke! last Friday. toys when he got

_ __ __ __ map. ]Fearing that the sale of whis- : Then1 will \1'',. N' sirvu-os at the IIip-: LAKE BUTLER. n and piece swallowed of a glass] it. ball, in his mouth o Everybodyowning Automobiles, Trucks and. 0

IkOy in the city will cause the gmornnent tist church Saturday and Sund.iy by of their Through advice I I Motorcycles and
physician ho all Chauffeurs 9.
taken the
was to warned
are
to
to abandon
the
Camp Johnston as pastor 1 Io': ". S. S. I'roctor.Several Tie Annual ;Meeting of ''t. I'ike's
., n place for the mobilization of soldiers ]- the stock- hospital where thn glass I I the 'State License
: 1 uttondiii the burial] of :Mrs.[ olilers of the Lake Butler hank \Vnll taken from the pay Tax for 1918 immediately,
c vvaeld thront. Tre little
_ _ .: the Chamber of Commono has Leonard :Melvin/ of Now
River, at in the office of the bank. one was br night U the law will
;: tJ started a movement fflr prohibition, New Inst Jan- \ home\ this week and as be enforced impartially.
Hope
Thursday "
ufti'inoon
_ _ > 11th. <
rv :Seeber King re-elocl- we are glad) to
election/ was ny he j is getting on allright. i
In Duval
Countv. It is Mrs. :Melvin diod If
proposed ( I tubeicolosis. The 'I i President oo
:M.[ A' .
_ _ to call) the election] within a few Funeral will he preached) at some ') and II J. :Stewart:; Pukes) Viceotiilort Apply to Ernest Amos, Comptroller .
weeds' and it ill believed' the future Cashier. I ;Mr.[ Jesse Thomas section foremanon o "
city IIndcounty date by Uev. J. :Mullady, of hey declared) fifteen Tallahassee, Florida
a
will go; dry. While it is to be Hampton, a's he was not nt home at the annual per cent divint the Georgia !Southern & Florida n n
eight
; regretted that Jacksonville business the time of :Mrs. :Melvin'a death. It ',nd nnd 11 special. dividend per cent of divi- I "Railway*t. spc-nt a part of last week in I I Remit by Express, Postoffice Order or Cashier's O

IInd professional men waited for purely was a request! of hers that Kev. :JIul! cent of the capital sevenr I I'etersburg on n business nnd Draft
business considerations! to move lady preach her funeral.! !She leave- stock Thoockholdors pleasure trip combined. U II

t them )in a matter that so virtally involves a husband and several children io were well pleased with :Mr.[ C. C. Williams, of (' trn. is now ,
tc< condition of the bank o NOTE---Personal check
and the in- m charge. of not certified delays
_ public morals] it ia none the mourn her death, besides other rein in the East End Garage
rense business
4 the D
less pleasing to know there is a prospect fives and friends.: We extend out :Mr L. past year. formerly run by Mr. Robt. I. Rivers, Delivery./
C. o
Smith
; of whiskey saloons] being driven sympathy to the bereaved ones and) children are who: now one of Uncle Sam's boys. 0

from the state's chief city. Jacksonville L. Hodge mado a business trip ti "ending' a He while in Waldo with Msirerits. For n long while Mr.[ Williams was fl Applications furnished by Tax Collectors or the 0
: will be cleaner expects:- to spend part of connected with
a city morally ando Jacksonville last Friday. tho Oldsmobile
V, time agency II Comptroller IO
> stronger city financially without the We are !glad to report little ,litre. inith is fishing and hunting.! Mr. of Florida. He is nn expert workman (.

whiskey business. A substantial superstructure Hazpn up again after n severe illnos 'alan about our baker and the holiday ami thorough in his business. We Ii IMPORTANT---Give Engine Numberand
worked him Model
cannot bo reared of down. welcome him and
on a pneumonia.Tnez family to our town
_ .4 Mr.
and :Mrs. o
__ __ rotten base. The whiskey business is Abernathy wa, in Alachua Saturd.iy. icob Richard Pmcomb.Mr.: Ilenlh nt :\tvs. i>. A. Marker I
IVrkins.Mri.: [ a
;McConnell
rotten. Mrs. anti Last Monday night the angel] of t
Eliza
-- -- Pincomb, our :Michigan death o _
visited the home of Mr. IOE3OI _ _ '
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:FRIDAY. JANUARY: 18 1918. imAororn covvrr TEI.ERRAPII STARKE. FLORID ('.\fa; riVE':
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.1. I K.: Fetch Esq., wiif a business' NOTICIVi : THOMAS J. BROSNAN LASSIFIE'

t 1 itor" to Jack..nvill1'l'iduy.' C .. ,

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-- --- \ will be ,in Lake Butler Thursdayand The !body of Thoivms J. Brosnan ADVERTISING

Bits of LocalInformation ) t'prciul stile going: on at the Cash Friday, January 121th and :Li..tli! who died at his residence nt ;Maxville. .. .
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Jll'lItl1\l'nt I \ Store:; for the purpose\ of assessing and collecting :Monday e'eninf.'I1S! forwarded yesterday -
.. FOU :SALEOne:! : milch cow and ono
- ----- tuxes. Meet us there and morning at 7NO:: o'clock! to
l >II i il ylr,'s. A. J. Johnson, of Rnif. farm nude J. C. I'oppell.>
I at make 'return of your property and Cincinnati 0., his former home, when
: \ .>i.l. \\i-tv visitors to the county scat pay your taxes. the funeral and interment will take ------ a
FUn S.Ll'Onc good horse and two
1'nd.iy X. I n. WAINlt1liIl'r. place Friday afternoon.-Thursday's '
1-horse J. 1" Kicklitcr.
wagons.
C.A0.t' l..l., 3.. .,, .wi T Tax Assessor 'i'inwfI-Union. 1-11-tf
t JU -.1"4", u.. C...ty..d T. Km' ' .x
to man Starke was :Monday.among the Lawtey visitors It Tax .Collector 1 HATE: rilK i KAISF.lt.My : : : FOR \LI'-\ Ford! touring car In ray
--- ---
first class condition. See 10., 10. Ca- .e.et
-' G. W. \Harrison i :M. A. Dukes B. E.: Tuesdays meatless.My .Ml
are nova, Sfarko. l-ll-St
Cash. & Carry Store. Tuesday cs.-nag, at six-thirty. Col. W. O. Brooks, of the providence Brown J. :S.: \Howard. A. C. Crawford : Wednesdays are wheatless, :

I I J. C. Poppell's smoke house caught on section, was u. business visitor to T. II. Rimes, and W. 1) Dukes, of the I am getting more vntleis each day; LOST-lied and white setter bitch

r rtr Gofford, of Theressu, was a fire from a torch carried by one of StllrkeIon.1ay.. Dukes section, were visitors to Sturke :My home it is heatless named "Dash.) Reward for information C'

visitor to Starke Thursday.A the children who went into the smoke Brooker's Thursday.IS :My 1 bed it is shpetlosd. or return. E. B. Shipmau
of
I house to get pecans that haj been J. M. Groover, one visitor. to They're all sent to thu Y. :M. C. A. 1-18-lt.
little SOI1- was born to Mr. and : stored thcro. The smoke house was young business men, was a YOUR LIFE INSURED? The bar-room it heatless

:Mrs. Dan Boree last Monday. destroyed and n large tank of kerosene Stark :Monday. I represent the oldest companyin :My colTeo is sweeties. 10 J\ClUoS-GoOlI land nbout .I miles ;

exploded and added to the of [ Each day I grow poorer\ and wiser. northeast ofStarke.. Will sell!
Ford tops and curtains complete, flames; also a large can of homemade 1'rof. unJ Mrs. A. J. Griffin, offriends America-The Mutual Life :My stockings mite feetlens cheap or trade for Ford touring car. ...,

$9.60. M. Levit n. Starke.W. lard burned. The yard was soon BrooktT. were week-end guests: of New York. My trousers are seatless!, .1. M. :MiMhcny\ Lakeland, Flal-18-2t!
Starke.
filled with lire lighters who saved the in Oh dour, hoI' hate tho Kaiser.
Jos. E. Wilson Starke Florida.
L. Blair, of Providence, was dwelling from being destroyed. :Mr. of the - -- -. -- -- FOR \I.I'-IH8; Ford 1 touring car,
B. president
transacting business in Starker Mon- I'oppell was away from home at the T. Handley, practically new T. A, Anders, 1Hmites
Citizens Bank of Uaiford was n visitor C. T. U. PLANT PECAN TREES.I : .
Mrs. pees of Delaad W.
,
time of the still. Address
fire. :Mr. and :Mrs. Poppell east of Humphrey's -
to Starke Tuesday. worker, Saturday in Stavke, have made arrangements with n
day.T. desire to thank those who worked BO spent l-awtey, Fin. 1-11-21
reliable to buy of hinttho.
the guest of :Mrs. AI1.l'rtsUI1. ut the nurserymnn
II Rimes, Worthington, was hard to save their property, especially
Thos. \V. Fielding, Esq., of Gainesville best varieties/ of Florida grown budded -
of Dr. Mrs.
home and E. T. Campbell.
in the city on business. Thursday.W. :Messrs. Will Alvarez W. H. Gradham FOR H.\I.I-tI:: l horse power kerosene
was in Stnrke Tuesday on legal pecan trees at the following!
and N. D. Wainwright. engine practically new. Ul'lllionJor
,
ers to-wit: Trees 4 tt> C feet high
business. JOHN Kill': MISSING;
J. Shallar, of Lake\ Butler, was ----. cents; G to 7 feet high, 00 cents; prl-l selling, want larger ongine. T. L.

transacting business in Starke Tues- :Mrs. A. Williamson: of Braden- Government i is urging you to !) feet high, 7J cents. Godwin, Brooker, Flu. 12216t.
day. John Kite, u former Starko residentwho -- ----
town came Wednesday afternoon economize. Let mo help you. Cash. Anyone wanting trees<< please let me
has been residing at Cortex! on LOST One male pig onths-old;
,
until know the of
and spent Thursday afternoon Store. -It. number mind variety trees
I will make deliveries for the Cash with :Mrs. J. E. Wilson. :Mrs. Williamson & 'Carry the Gulf Coast of Florida, has been wanted as! 011II tho supply: is limit- black and l white spotted; unmarked.

& Carry Store for lOc each. Wallace lived( in Starke for many Among the Thei-essa visitors to reported missing since. the storm of ed. Trees can be pl.intcd from now Finder |please, notify Steve Starling, I
Mills. 1182t. last Friday night lie! and 1 his brother Lawtey, Fin., and receive reward.
years, unit 1 her friends herV are always Starke Monday were Messrs. Porter until March 1st. . n.
David Kite, Jr., of Tampa ha icbeen .1--."
glad 'to her ugain. N. D. WA1NWRIOHT,
see (iulTor 1 and A. L. Bennett. I
<
B. R. Witkovski, of Jacksonville, in the fishing business for sometime 1130tf. Stnrke, Fin. ---

spent the first part' of the week in Mrs. Otis Barge\ and baby daughter Break Cold or LnGrippe with and 1 as he was' out in the gulf -- -. FOIL SAT.E:Second: hand boiler engines -
your the is he has been I and nil kinds! of of
Starke on business. Friday Minjiosition machinery
will arrive later in the season from of (IHIG.; tf .
a few doses RESULT: OF ltKI> nUS1IIIU'I.! :
I drowned! else cast of the Southern, ('n. Ad-
i>r away on ono Turpentine
Atlanta for n visit with the former'ssister
N. D. Davis of the numerous islands He is a son dress B. Magid Luke Butter, or B. -
Lawtey, was among
well
:Mrs. C. R. Alvarez at their J. V. Jones, one of Hampton's
the visitors from that thriving townto home in Springfield. Mrs. Barge, : known and) popular business men was of Dnvo Kite, of Starke, who up to The reports from all t the branches ColJinail, Ocabt. 12-21-St.:!
the time of to had not him 'been received and I ho result of
Starke Tuesday. going press, -- ---
before her marriage Miss Bl'lleKclleyFI'i.lay's Thursday.
was visitor to Starke
n STRAYED: OIJ STOLI'N-T\\'f: female
---- Times Union. heard anything definite concerning till campaign for now members follows :

J A. J. McKinncy was a caller\ at Alderman of Lake Butler, was son. He! is married and has one child. : pointer dogs:\ one II) months old
T. Hampton _ _ !KBrookor > 'answers' to iinino of "Fanny:" Kon-
the Telegraph office- Wednesday during ----- u. - -
Those! attending the basket ball and Wednesday on i
his stay in Slarke. in Jacksonville last Saturday in Clarke. Tuesday IlA'lllt)1') : IUV1N:t ;\1I 10SN..WM _ _ _. __ _. ._ _ __ 65 :H I years old\ niinn-d 1 "FliI.t.I I Rousonable -

game business.Mr. Kaifoi-d l ._ _ _ ___- _ __ Cj: rewnrd if returned 1 ,to I O. L.lltiynerf .
night from Starke. were Misses! Anna
Lake IJutler: __ _ .1I7Starke Ktarko. 1-W tf.
,
Mrs. f. K. Davis returned Tuesday
Cunovn and Jamie Speorj; Messrs.: K. and 1 Mrs.: B. I 1) Kelloy- and of the death of Ervin:, Minton, -
-----------------------2 $
from a delightful visit with Mrs..1. S. A. Weeks!, Horace Wilson, Raifordand visitors to Starke Wednesday. --
of
family were
son of :AI r. and :Mrs. James Mintnn
Brown of Plant City. FOR SALK\ : One lot and half onV 1- f

'--- -------- Willie Epperson. Starke, mi !Mond.iy night at Camp Total _ __ __ _BO!) Nut Street." TWO stare hum ldings,

Mosrs. 11. I. :May and H.1.: King, Scurfs.-(-!i.-Akl'son---\ --an.1VIII.. Col C. L. Peek spent first of the WI1I''II'1", lie" had; lath received MinYring in :Stnrke; front Tuesday - Now let each organisation in the one small barn and\ sln'lter. Trim, by

of Thai' i-s-Hii, were business vii-rtors to pneumonia county maintain an tictive nn'ntiorship ) & Davis addition to Ste i'kr', ANo
1 Strini'fi'llmv I leftidny evening for in the metropolis nttcnding to .
i week fur, .'' 1'1'111 wi.-t'ks.1 llr was npuntisiap
thai, MercliandlHi"! SeeC.
committee will of ieiiornl:
the county' rent Saturday. I earnestly try stark
Morrison, VII. stationed
where they are business matters.
: young man and was "amongthe to add new members every, week in tlwY"III' A. :Muton Slnrlie, Flu. 1.1)1-21.
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in the aviation corps. They lirnt \\uliinleer. , !going with th..1Fil."t : ._ : Ii
C. T. Barrett: manager of Stump'sstory :I had: )been spending the week in ttu'Il(' :Mr. and 1 Mrs. W. ('. Powoll and in- Kluriditgitnent., The bojy Let us all look on I ih" special l.TTMHER. "I'UOSS : FARMLAND :
him : TIES,
: which rloHed
campaign
in Lake Llutler just as a
spent Sunday .
with friends and relatives.II. and Mrs.: P. E.: Ciinnvnmotored
fant daughter .
Slarki; ,
to : Wednesday.The
wi; Leeman !
good i -I IDUO( :i7 miles west
in Stiirko. the guest of Mr. and :Mrs.K. Jacksonville Tuesday. andspent beginning for tin" development acres, "'
!-'. Stump. --- - to niiiiiy, I'lii-mlH, ; of the family extend of KI*| Cross work in liradford roan of Jacksonville. Estimated: 1 to cut *V
A. Shaver the (day in the
spent
day.
their Hinccie' nyniputhy to the bercnved -
ty 220D) feet yellow pier, per acre, and .
Stnrke Wednesday lie has just returned -
ones. .1. FUTCH;:. I l i Hum 100,1100{) cypressties.. .
restaurant more
Mike Klondos, the man, with his t
from n trip to his canning Judge Kelley: spent Sunday .
-- Chairman I Cross (CiuiHiilcrahtc large Clear of
Ked I (CIiptiT.EVER cypress
went to Jacksonville Wednesday to Enterprise
factories in Tennessee and was on in Starke.-:Madison ;
parents TO TIIOSi; WHO WISH JO \BUY! ICIIKCH. First class general farm
buy a stock of fruit for his fruit and, --. --
his for
to Plant City to get ready Recorder.Messrs. .
store. way IIIIAN\: : SUED: i I land and, fine stock farm proposition > -
grocery the canning of btrawberries. SALIVATED BY Running titreani. On Sen-
A. V. Long and J. L. Peek
CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! and -Nino to Coast Line rail-
RUBMYTISMAntiseptic; : relieves Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at were business visitors i to Jacksonville II. A. :"Shaver owner of the local board
Rheumatism Sprains, Neuralgia, etc. the Cash Department Store. Tuesday.J. canning fa..to'y11", a caller at tin, road.-i. Immediate .delivery. Terms II
1-
An Al proposition
suit
to purchaser.
Telegraph "tfil'l'V.IrItMdll)', and asked Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts 7s
Mossru. J. E., Clemons, I*. Morganand ! I. O. Fralick returned Tuesday fromn :M. Alvarez the well known clothing that the farmers who. have contracted for iiiick| ,,101.Vl'ito or wire, .1'.1'lIlIinl'rl.llt" ''

P. M. Barefoot, of Itrooker, were tuur of the county in the interest of merchant of Starke spent Tuesday to furnish the factory with Like Dynamite On Hichard.son.Jacksonville! ( ,

among the viators to the county seat the Starke Hardware Co. This pro. in the metropolis on business. beans old those who wish to secure Your Liver. StUI'1o'1a.Fin., or Coiner. L. Peek &1-11-it Son, t

Monday. gressive firm is alter the farmer's sel'.ll" come to Starko during the last \ 1

''l trade, and :Mr. Frnlick reported Splendid Dr. S. ,V. Harrison[ left last Sunday week in February. at which time he -- - - -- ----
Now I Iy the time to make ;your tot results from his campaign.The I morning for a business trip to will be here for thcpurpom of ilisl.riiHilinr Calomel loses you n day You know To Cure n Cold In One Day.Thle. .
: . .. .. what calomel ii. It's tiuicknilver. II n the -
pairs mid get ready for 'm ,?. Soft hll. : .1 bus .1 mercury: I.AXVnvi'" IIIIOMO Onlnlnr. or
pr ( . I
-- Arty me seer 111
-- -- Cold.
urienns.S. iiurrimM'iiill C"I11".1; I II. ?.1,1. mill works "U ills
us for material.' members of the Ladies Aid ( bht.lllcrent A nf bean .seed, which is au 1- Calomela\ dangerous.; !It iMlU'ljl| I >"* trtnoI. ",iMif\,, II II ,.,1.10 cure.I . -

QUIGLEY LUMBER: : ..' SUPPLY ,06. of the I'resbyteri.iti church have succeeded A. Bryan, of Starke, S. A. L. to plant I'JO: acres. 111 r..Shaver crashes into sour bile like dynamite, \\t \V.' f.litiVi. ...I ..IL" I'n.-

For ImprovementsMiss in mailing/ the last payment on niiidmaster. was greeting!: hiM friends expected l> the seed to (be henthisweek, cramping and sickening in ii. Calomel n-

. -- --- the handsome mnn,e erected( by) the here yesterday., -Callahan Loader.Juliii but there has been a delay, in shipment attacks the I bone-i and should never bo

( ;iladj-h Gardiner returned )i members c uf that church recently. I and for that reason hi' nmlr; < put into your system.

home' Sunday,
holiday-, at Mattings( with her sister!' Messrs. M. A. and Srfln flukes of buxinc.srt men was nttemlinuD I when In-. will ln here for the purpose and nil knorknl out nod )believi" ,. -

MrX.. J. l KohcrtH. flukes, were business visitors to business. affairs! in Starke 1 Friday.U. of t'niiiishiiig) the /armors with the I you need a doer of daiii'crnim,
HoaseWork
calomel just remember" Unit ynur ----- seed.KF.CEP'IION.
Mi .rs..1." W. Townsend and II. L. Starke; see the Tuesday.illl'nntll'C They man were unit in townto also W. Dees, ono 'of the big farmers -- -- -.. -. _- -- gist tells for M/ ) cents n Inner )bottle,
.
N Fowler, f\vn of Lake P.utler's promi- flf the Providence section, was truns- of Dodson'1 Liver Tom, whh is en.tircly
call.I'r. \
ANDI'.1M11.V' :
the
paid Telegraph office a : 1 10) PASTOU) Pleasant
and |tn lake
nent hu, infer! men, were omonf he noting business in Starke Tuesday.Mr vegetable pleasant
------
visitors t". the county sent Tuesday.! and is a perfect substitute), for calomel.
and :Mrs. \\'. G.: Law :Mr. and .
-- --
Lawrence] Yelveston a potato It is guurnntc'd\ to start your liver The t.T.k of keeping! house seems
Miss Katherine Harrison, of Lake Mrs. .J. E.: Futch and Mr.: J. C. Poppull' grower of the Hastings section, spent The Presbyterian J'f'olleCatherl'd' / without stirring you up inside, and I hard, ,it in spite of all! the labor (lit:

Butler .pent the past two weeks I, attended the Baptist Convention in iiintlny in Starke with friends. in t the manse on last Saturday evening can not salivate. home: I is still dull mid! unultruclive.

here with her sister: :Mrs. :McrlumHonniker. session! at. Tallahassee during the tn welcome the pastor, and family. : Don't) take calomel! It mokes you No woman need endure. till.

A' ,: .-Hawthorne Correspondent: week. :Mr., and :Mrs.! It. R. Thedi. of Law- It hal| been' planned to give this reception sick tho next day, ; it Ioset.yoii u day's No mailer how scarred or worn
:::
to Times-Union, January inn. I I, tl'Y, were visitors! to the county seat nt nn earlier date, but circumstances work. Dodson's. Liver Tune traightens the furniture, floors and woodwork t

Messrs. W. P. Byrd, Will Jones Tuesday, driving/ through! in their car. would not permit. ( you right up and, you feel great., she cun matte them bright,
II. J. Kyals of Jacksonville was Jim Dyul and Pr. Thomas prominent I While the weather was rather cool Give: it to the children becniiHR it new looking and! Inviting with

in the city% Tuesday renewing ac citizens of the Graham section were Charlie :Marks!, the popular> Sea- yet n large ,'row,1lIthrr'd and l a delightful it perfectly harmless and does! not .,-- .. .
attending to business matters in pVf.ninlrInri I spent in a most (10 .Hi 'I'''' .N: .. ;
known )
, quaintances. :Mr. Ryals is well board Air Line conductor, spent the gripe. -
in this section and his many friendsin Starko Saturday. tveck-end in Starke with his family. 1'01'1111,1 way. --- - -y JuJL..uL
Starko( are always glad to see him. The announcement was mad that I Piled Cured In n tit KVm flays ThtMbhThentssla. '.

Sergt. Wm. A. Moitt left Sunday :Messrs. II. ('. Peeples! and J. '1.. the entire, debt on the manse bail r dniKidnl, wiltfunil miner If PA/r Like magic It transforms the old
afternoon to rejoin his at been paid and expression! ,; of eommcndation 'HNTMI'.N, I r liIN ,ID LI ," tinvriiii" eil Il"( "l'nir!
Sergt. Wm. Wainwright, of Camp company Brown, of the Dukes! section, were rind,. fib. a.nu'u. i erne ".I IHK r i-lii-tltir M.I. t II t i. Into the U -w. II will either
Johnston, was in Starke Sunday and I Fort Scrivcn Ga., nfter spending the transacting: business in Starke Thurs to the Ladies Aid Society. were rhcfjlhi' "1",1"1.! .'." tflxfti. I 1C;nmr .....1 K-.l '. week in Starke visit to rel made for the faithful work\ they did. .
Mr. past on a
his
spent the day with parents, day. --- --- - .!range the Biirf.ico to match. expensive
anu :Mr". N. D. Wainwright.y atives. Refreshments were served I mind l a real Fur Indigestion, Gonslipallon-; or hardwoods! II

----. Specialist in shoe repairing, 28 line time WUH expressed! by, nil This ISiliousncs'i' Louisville Varnish Co.

; Orville :Moitt o popular young :Messrs.! W. :M. Whittem nnd T. B. years experience. (Best J leather :iwiil all makes the plltorlnl! family feel( Just.. try mina 5Q-r.-mil hell 'a; .,if UAX-FOS ...v"...... .
, Starkc boy who is employed at the Ilandley well known men of the ,rubber.. Stacy, at Vulcanizing works, nnsun-d that a loyal and earnest! people WITH PEPSIN. .\ I. iii.-l I t, .HIIVU .. 41I0UaplcSI. \

i Merrill-Stevens shipyard, Jacksonville Raiford section were attending to Starke. It. lure ready to cooperate in nil ixativn pluaHiini ii.> t t' .-' n.ilrecommended I tLouinillc

spent Sunday in Starke with his 'business matters in Starkc Tuesday. branches of the church work. Wo tu llf ::;,iil>l" I I I'I, di., K,.t...

\ parents Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moitt. I Rev. J. '1"._ :McArthur, evangelistic shrill all work and pray that this shall ciucU.mmiiurnoturr't'i,: | | u.1' IIIuinillo i ., I

Cedar Key oysters, fresh every day. warkcr over the Southern States be a r"'Itlnl prosperous year'in the '.,/ and (Grovo'rust'-I. h ''li., il I nn, , _

Mr. and :Mrs. Ci. C. Livingston and Wednesday and Thursday! in work of the church.J. ------ -- -- l '
Brymer's fish market, phone 109. spent :
:
daughter.! :Miss Margaret, accompanied i Starke with his uncle J.P. Robinson. S. Stevenson JOHN WHITE &coLOUISVILLE E

t by :Mrs. C. A. Marks and family Ruwson Davis, a valued employee Pastor. KV. J il jj44i': I : ,

and Miss Emma Powell motored to of Swift & Co., Jacksonville, spent II. :M. Wondard spent Sunday with ------ -- Llb.r.l attortme.l ,.'

Gainesville! Sunday where they spent Sunday in Starke with his parents, iiis! parents. Mr. and :Mrs. S. B. Wood- I IN I'or.NTY: JI 'AGE'S: COURT end lull vehu paid "

the day with friends and relatives.A Mr. and :Mrs J. R. Davis. ard, of Theressa.! He is in the em- :::"FURSIlidoo r : I
play of the: Htarke Hardware Co. '
Saturday the case of A. I). Andrews oJ
son was born to !Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Stewart and G. \\* Alderman, Mercantile: Co. vs. John Thompson ,/ end 1 )ff "o'r' I I .f.I "., 'I",?
Alvan Lester Stearns!, of West Palm coat Sill" :
cashiers of the Lake Butler Bank and damages $100 was
Messrs. ('. J. Knight, C. A. and Not [issumpsit {.
Bench on January 1st. Mr. Stearns! Rank respectively, were tried before Judge Gardiner. Tinverdict 1--- _.-:
Formers Roberts well known Lake Butler cltixen' 1I "" ...
f is! n nephew of N. B. !Hull and a former among the visitors! to Starko Tuesday. those in tho city of the jury was in favor of the I J FfE.f" : !
were among
STOP AND THINK
will be
resident of Starkc. He remembered business. plaintiff, and damages were nsvrssrd p Wf)"

by many of our citizens.Mr. A. A, burden of Hampton, one of Tuesday; transacting in, the sum of i$!! II.W.: ( A. S. ('r"f' \( < \\ hat a long sickness would/ do ,

the prominent business men of that '',| rep/i>sented, the plaintiff and I > for you Ii uan,"ia11y. Our Disability
and, :Mrs. Z. J. Roberts of I town was! in the county "seat trnrnarting :Miss r.unlffi Robinson spent the E. Knight EMM.: thid"fiviibint.. Thr- Insurance, will rubii-i- Sold by

Hastings, spent Sunday and :Mondayin i business Thursday. week-end in Starke with homefolks follow ( rni'M' <-'irrtf>oM-d! the jllryV.; lilt hurd'n.'ou rannot get D. C. JONES

4 Stnrkc \vith-Mrs.: Roberts' parents, returning to her school in IlronkerMonday I. Will., f..r-nii.i" , : .1. I.. IV.-k. If. A'II -- one when you urn sit k. I htarke: I'la.

Judge and, :Mrs. Oeo. A. Gardiner. i Come to the Cash & Carry !Store: on'ebruary : morning.Mrs. I tin .1. F. (".In"'..,. .Ir.) Thus t'ruti-blii-l'l.. J. R. DAVIS and CO. !

They came through the country with 1st. nnd save something on It. Mryan I I

Mr. Lawrence Yelveston in his Paigo.I almost every item It. John Holton left Tuend.iy 1.1. I -

roadster. morning for her home in Tampa:. 1
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after spending several days in Sturkevisiting """"" 0110.: - ,
't I). J. Harden, of the Providence. section -
Remember> Dr. Cox of Gainesville, was a visitor to Starke Thurs- relatives. I ICOMPARISON III
; INSURANCEFIRE
at the High School Auditorium to- day. [

night. Only 5 cents! to hear him on :Messrs.! J. II. Kelly O. W. Barry loth

his "Twentieth Century Opportunities"Lecture. and P. A. Crosby, well known citizens I II \\.I"nl-'ulTrarlun. ; LIFE ACCIDENT BONDS AUTOMOBILE:
) Albert Pubose has entered the em- .. to price and quality.,, of our ,
Glee Club
Men's
The Young of the Broolter section, were transacting o O
Store.P.
of Hull's Department
is expected to render a number or two. ploy business in Starke Tuesday. n choice line of i PLATE GLASS

and the Glee Club I I GROCERIES
the
Both lecture
o
I M.: Padgett of Lake Butler, was 0 I
songs for only five cents. a visitor to Starke Thursday. Excuse! us for being personal but 11 You need lhrm---rniMt have I I represent some of the very best companiesinthe :

it's about time you fixed that fence, them. I II Insurance 'business.
world and will appreciate :
your
We ave a few of those handsome Graham that leaky roof, rebuilt those
II. D. Wasdin, of was a repaired After rrimporing our fofxli and
specially priced front doors left. business visitor to Starke Tuesday. I shaky steps, patched the hole in tae, prices with other, you willO Nothing too large ortoo"small.JOS. | .
adds much to the appear and otherwise
Nothing so door, painted up things -
ance of your home as a distinctive Thurs freshened up the premises. I K1"O.ty v .- have no fear 0 E. WILSON STARKE )FLA.
of Waldo spent ,
Dr Jolly
entrance. QUIGLEY LUMBER: & SUPPLY CO. o MIKE'S FRUIT STORE n
QUIGLEY LUMBER: & SUPPLY. CO. day In Starke with hU daughter, Mr For Improvements o- -.o=rt>-= 'OGO'n I

For Improvements W. B. Harvard. ._ ..... .-. .

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(',tS'I OR IIE\: =' I srilKDCLK (II'' I'AKMKKK: :/ : :.;'&;- I FKLK/K: ; DAMAGE: IN THIS I COTTON= GINNED: I'RIOR TO The Quinine That hoes not iJtoct the Mud COTTON: REPORT

I IMJS= .STA'lE WAS NOT: SEVERE I( DEC. 13, CROPS OF 1916-17 necauee "f It. tonic and laxative: effect > XA.TIVBBKO.MOQtINI.NHI . -_____
I Thu following is the schedule, of the I Is brltcrlhimoriliD. rv There were 5750 bales of
L (liy P. 11. Kolfs) Quinine ami do namenot cot-! 'i
The main supply of .. FnrmerllIe'linll's: to be held in Bradford F. W. Reed, assistant in market surveys Director Sam L. Rogers, of the Bureau rlnJlnlln hen.I.. Remember el 1>.the W.liill<61<0\1>. JOe:. ginned in Bradford County from i ti .
pf tie, United States in (' county from January W: to February I for the federal bureau of marketsof of the Census, Department of look fur the uniture crop of 1917 prior to January 1, I'Mas : -

1 brim from Indm, but 2, 1UIN! under auspices of the Florida, yesterday received from Commerce, announces the preliminary The Telegraph-the county paper compared with 4221 bales gnu I;
supply hus been I University of Florida Extension; Division the bureau of crop estimates, Washington report, of cotton ginned by counties in contains all live State and l National to January 1, 1917.N. J
culties in : Florida, for the crops of 1917 and D. WAINWRIGH I ISpecial
transportation. the freeze
a complete report of I well doings of the farm'
fr u considerable amount of Tuesday! , Jan. ii!>Thcrcssa, 9 u. damage to Florida fruit and vegetable 191fJ. The report was made public new home, as folks.as A' ,
and
produced in Oklahoma, m; Hampton, 2 p. m. crops during the past few weeks. for the state at 10 a. m., on Thursday, I r
!;n;. sours and! Illinois, but Wednesday, Jan. :30-Ilrooker, 9 a. The report shows variable reports December 20, 1917. (Quantities are i
of the m; Little Springs, 2 p. m. in running hales'! counting round as
T expense' collecting from dilfernt parts of the state us follows ,
.. tr"pn broom more Thursday, Jan. Ul-Ouk Grove, 9 : half bales. Lintcrs are not included.) I
.:: number" of attempts huve u. m.; Providence, 2 p. m. "Frost damage to cabbage in the County 1917 1916
Friday, Feb. 1-Luke Butler, 9 a. Alachuu .IIGIJO 78JU,
in Florida: to grow castor I Gainesville !section is slight. Tomatoes
.. ('(Jml1l1'reilllllcal,', but this m.; Kaiford, 2 p. m. south of Delray were unhurt. At San- Baker -. 1400 1188
:: seeded to the extent of Saturday, Feb. 2-Lawtey, 9 a. m. ford the frost was very severe on NewYear's Bradford 0710 4114
I
ulur Starke, 2 p. m.It Columbia _. 42C9 3233Gadmien :
,r' crop. night, some celery wilted but 'i44J''t- cHcc.I, r i.
Soil. The plant will recovered in the morning and probablyescaped 100 680
! on nearly all the dry lands will pay to cultivate the field with permanent. injury. Headed Hamilton 2783: 3873 JACKSONVH1EEA.OLDEST
a weeder, or some light implement Jackson .2335: 4336(
,: giving bent returns on (( lettuce was frozen and it is feared the .
und citrus grove land. that will not disturb the seedlings, to damage has been sevoro. Telegraphic Jefferson ... 178 4118Lafayette
he produced oven without conserve the soil moisture. The first reports from other sources state that ._ 1075 755 .
on black jack ridges or cultivation should be given within a letuce in the winter Garden section Leon -. 2596 3011 /
r_ lund. The production, week or ten days after planting and was not damaged; and every seedbed I Levy ._ 410 104 I TI \
small that it would not continued the same as for cotton or wan saved. The same report states Madison 2259:; 7951
a 1SbUTHERiIRJ
'. under ordinary corn. Ordinarily the first bloom spikes that the freeze may cause dropping of Okaloosa 349 183
y that is likely to become will appear when the plants are waist citrus fruit in the near future, hut no Suwannee _ 6373 6286 ESTABLIShED
or overflowed will not be ugh. If the Boil I is fertile and moist material damage at All other 2133 1673
The richest truck land, the plants may be shoulder high before either fruit or appears trees. The presentto lowest SEED HOUSE

': cxtermely larlc- p1ant the first spikes appear. On poor temperature in this section in reported Total .43242: 49313
;, produces! a disappointing and the seed spikes may appear before as 29 degrees." IN FlORIDA
L I,' seed the plants are knee high. On SI'G.IR
I BIO : ,\='iY TO BAR
good land less cultivation will be
Preparation. of the Land -+-e'
P' STATE SCHOOL FOR FARMERS MIDDLEMAN: : AFTER JJST
I necessary except for keeping, down
beans is the name as for
the better the land is weeds. On poor land more frequent SEND FOR CATALOG ANO
I cultivation will be to stimulate Free Course New York Dec., .-Selling sugar 4d l $'ErLY PR/C6 LS1r.
T more likely one h to jet necessary Ten-Day at University
returns. A well prepared, !growth. After the rainy season January 13: to 25.Florida's : through brokers will be eliminated entirely j w HwMSsl
I sets in the plants will shade the by the American Sugar Refining I I s
will give a large ' '(
; (
inution and rapid growth of ground to such an extent that weed* farmers Company beginning with the first of.I
best realize that
1
the the announced
new year, company
It lit ubvNablo to give are not likely to bu troublesome the greatest success in farming do- D
today. It will thenceforth sell its
Harvesting. The seed heads must I'
for /
good opportunity "
,
ponds upon keeping up-to-date !
sugar to the domestic trade through
lie collected soon after ripe,
start and l rapid growth (' they are
using the results of sound investigations its own selling organization. ,
Amount (If't.t..l.= In otherwise much of the crop may belost
I on their farms. They know
cither shelling out in the field I -a :
well to drop two or by cultural practices are being agori.\\ 0:
the hill and when the or by molding in moist weather. They ually changed and improved and they The thirty-eighth annual meetingof
his inches tall, all but th! should be cut from the plant und the Farmers' National Congress'i
appreciate that the expenditure }
ormis plant should lie wrapped into bags or baskets in the to maintain specialists nt necessary the will be held in Jacksonville, Fla., next Favorite Fertilizers i-a
'I
if.
There are many most speedy and convenient way Experiment Station and College of December 3, 1 and 5. This decision
beans, ; most of them are When these bags or baskets have been Agriculture is not wasted but returns announced today, was! reached last I J
filled be carried, to the middles night by sub-committee of : ..
ornamental : they may a the executive :
purposes fold to those who observe the i
many
not bo planted fur oil I left for hauling. The harvesting results obtained from the experiments committee of the congress.Resolutions are BEST for

they are likely to have: a is the most expensive operation conducted.The S :
connected with the castor bean COTTON CORN SUGAR CANE : \
tent and bo poor" crop. University of Florida thru its' ,
adopted at n meetingin
dinn or Homhny! }, will Each grower Inust handle his labor extension division is! carrying these New; Orleans, late today of the As. and SWEET POTATOES .
and methods for
to
harvesting
good uti any. The so us results to the farmer, but not in lu Kooiation of State Presidents of Farmers I

grown in Kansas for oil, condition.be most economical for his particular great detail as they are presented in Unions! approved the general planof You want the Best of course. There are Spcical .;.
to some extent in Florida, the annual ten-daylshort course for. the selective service! questionnairsbut
smaller bean but seems to I'lanting. The weed should be farmers. At the University the entire asked that exemption I board define Formulas to meet your needs Write for full information -
factory producer The pl.inted, as curly in tho spring ns soil of the
faculty collego'and the I
a skilled farm laborer ns "any about fertilizer for
any crop.
IIIIIH about l-JIi: )( to the ( conditionsvill permit. In extreme ,experiment station, assisted !by members mini wan understands and knows how
KiirixiiHiuiety' inn" about < South. l Mm'ida this will bo some time \ of the extension dh' >ioll..lllff.IIr. ] to ild fal'm work"lather than as a II
liiiinber." The Indian dining' the latter 'pint'' ol February or .. IlvaJiIlt.le'UK instructors during iri.ulimtc of an njri n ultunil i school. INDEPENDENTFERTILIZER I
about' ."(),Ono bc.ins to in M.irili: , in :North, and West lloildaU the period of the short souru..1auary .
Th' IO\ "imnont al.u was a kid to apply -
while the Kansas variety), should be ul( the Mime time that IB/ to :!1i. tin COMPANY
same I'M mptinii i rides to town
1(111,1100 to the bushel' of .h; cotton H planted; ol a little; I c'ailier. ,
.
---- -" and uho will work
Pity young men .n
If the rows are made six Before (the beans lire planted/ they \\ henever You Nc* the hills four fret apart may be soaked, in warm water for 21 Take CJrove's. I
:shipyards. ':' '
.. and the 1 need dropped hours. Swelling the seeds will give The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless - -
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hill, it will requite .,, quicker germination and secure u chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
plant an acre. A bushel moro uniform stand. In the cotton General Tonic because it contains the

., variety at this rate will I> growing regions the rows may be well known tonic properties QUININE
over nine ucreH.. made five or six feet ,apart and :: The need may bo, plant every four feet in the row. out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
'.. tit a corn or velvet hean About every ninth or tenth row may Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.

1. plates, Hhould be drilled so bo left vacant to facilitate hauling
'1. n Heed every foot or (' when the beans are gathered. ThoM icon farmer. a Gall to Patriotic FarmersCastor
If lroppod nt intervals >od should! be planted about the same lines and Precaution. The principaluse
it will ot the castor bean is in the manufacture
require 7.2IH: ';( depth as corn or cotton, which will
'\ C'iirnteon mcheH 1,810' vary with the character of the soil of castor oil, principally employed
< an acres. When the "r"I and the moisture present. for medicinal and lubricating

,;' Fix inches high' they should Castor beans may be planted in purposes. The principal factories in
out to stand about three young (citrus groves to some advan the United States are at Jersey City, oil is absolutely necessary as a lubricant for the motors in
N. J. BuffaloN. Y. Toledo Ohio .
npnrt on the poorer soils tage. It should be remembered however ; ; ,
apart on rich ones. :, that they will draw on the fertility and Grand Rapids, Mich. The equipment the air planes to be used by the United States government in the war
and operation of oil mill is
rr Cultivation. of the soil an
,, In the but by proper handling
i' crop, as well as any other they may be grown without very much like the cotton seed oil with Germany.The j
mills.
The is
I 'i it will pay to prepare n serious detriment to the treos.' Occasional pomace valuable as a
fertilizer. Owing to the
i f"kr; and cultivation.. this will The be nerd<1 the,middles owner hould to enter! be with loft a to team enable principle which it contains, poisonous it cannotbe supply of castor oil must be greatly increased. This increase 1

nates quickly, but if the I for hauling the beans. Two rows six used for stock feed without being
I specially treated. must come from the production of castor beans in Florida and other
;" cool, or dry, it may : foot apart in the middles/ arc about
Castor beans contain a very poisonous
all that should be attempted. The,
hills may lie made three or four feet principle. The death of horses sections of the South, particularly from Florida, because favorable.
has been reported as due to eating
apart in the row.Fertilization of. castor beans should them. Especial cure should be taken climatic conditions. The Government is asking Florida farmers to pro

be that children do not eat them, since
that similar is, on to land that with of a corn fair or supply cotton of; two beans are likely to prove serious duce these beans, and is offering contract for them at $3.50 per .
if not fatal.
I F humus, capable of producing .10 bush
bushel of 46 pounds shelled beans.
,
els of corn per acre, no fertilizer will
1ft' be needed hut on thin sandy land an "

application of 400 to 000 pounds of Believing that Bradford County farmers could make a good profit
' fertilizer analyzing about 4 per cent
! ,, ammonia applied just before planting from the growing of these beans and at the same time do the Govern-
the seed, is advisable.

_'f'.' Some varieties shatter readily ment service the Bank of Starke has placed itself in touch with the

\ those must be handled carefully to : '
CO FL
!':" Now IS the lime 10 md k. avoid, waste. In the final ilrymur! of OLD department in charge of extending castor bean production and is now

y' and grove pay real pods, before they nre ready. to he
?:: 1\ ready market and threshed, it will be neeessiiry to expose ready to contract with farmers of Bradford County.

.s, price .await all crops them to the sun. In the cns.- of BONES ,

,q' product and make 11..11'morr money in I called varieties poppers that) this shatter will have(sometimes to be RUBBER TIRES COPPER BRASS The Government will supply the seed at cost and if the market .. "

,
.. .... .. : done on a plank floor or platform with 4
r rill'" >.n., ..prof ma:k table r every acre sides' six or eight Cl'et'hilfh, either I TUBES LEAD price goes higher the higher price will be paid to the grower. $3.50 is I

K crop. cloth or planking, to catch the seed ROPE SCRAP IRON the bottom price. There is a chance that the price higher.
as: they pop out, so that the, beans may go ri
it Use thut shell out may: be readily scoopedup I i !
;: SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PROMPT! j '
and cleaned. The pile will \have to I Write For R'iceiistPfHNS1ILARHfTALCa Any land that will grow good crops of corn and cotton will grow !>jj
be
forked over from time to time so .
V . ns to dry the beans uniformly. With I \ \ castor beans and the cultivation is very similar. The yeild per acre on
someniieties, a specially constructed, ,

!i4";'i:'. ..kltli I'h". feinii/iTi", I 1,1., shade arc d.I | beans machine from I is required the pod.for In removing the, West the 657 C.BAY JACKSONVILLETLA: good land should l be fi30 to 40 bushels per acre. ;

fur tin- |pr",turf Ion of home-made

.; rnpH UlUiTH Out tor Iin"|irii'-k| '' '( rollers were machines so adjusted with cylindersor that the PREVENT; HOG CHOLERA Come in and talk the matter over with us. Act quickly because we .

rt ' pods l when fed in but
crushed
rrnim.a Knvnrllti ltru formula fruits. the seed left uninjured.were A fanningmill I I must close the contract for a given acreage at an early date, before

your I'rlll'| and l null. was then used to remove tho, The U. A. Thomas Hog Powder hasa ,
Order "!>rliiif/ .... hulls, chaR and dirt from the beans. record of 95 percent cures of Hog other sections contract for all the acreage alloted to Florida.

', early to bo sure of After which they are sacked for Cholera. If you feed your hogs as directed
I
tide),. Write today market. you need never fear hog cholera I
'.,r- cial price lint which dl' Yield. The amount of beans pro nor any other hog disease. And
o our fumi>l<>'A line. duced per acre is more matter of the directions are very simple, just '

d w. nrli .e.A.p..f'.. estimate than actual knowledge. Not about what you are doing, plus a few Bank of Starke
ear "1'
much attention was given to this crop cents worth of B. A. Thomas' Hog
s -e Indf'pt'ndf'nl F Urlili/er In Florida" as long nt it was possible Powder in the feed twice a week. I ,

fr Jm .k?.."..1111'. "'1.. to: import large quantities from India. Usually, though, cholera gets in be. M

./. Sihimrr .'" <>>.. / Twenty bushels U. thought to be art'nHonable fore we know it. Then it requires THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE
estimate for the Indian close attention to each hoga'h
It > ii ?"'n.i elf 1rur hog
'I' "I' s h' ir''. variety. A* long as it was possible must be dosed-and if you will dose
I .. k I'1 '",h h 1111- o import the bonns
i.lI. K freely the United them
: as directed, will
you better
save
1 I N1.10,1 I .1 1
n .I IM >m States used STARKE
FLORIDA
! ,,, ... T''i' ] i.. t 1.000,000 bushels nn- than tlO( percent. If you don't the B.
.
i'"tit.1' .' th'ln nunlly. At that time the price of casor A. Thomas medicine costs you noth ,

: beans was approximately $t anmhel ing. We-not some distant manufac
; this price was so low that, it turer-pay your money buck. Sold

not prove attractive to the Amer. by J.:-\'". White & Son, Starke, Fla. .











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FRIDAY JANUARY 18, 1918. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STAKM. 1.\(11(111\ \ I'\O St.MCN: : .

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I I II FhVtmuhos with tutu. ITllglTt with I Iblm. 1111118:4.: IK'ii-imcd had passed her to Gunntinn of Frasicr T. Broedon I

OrnuViio and It he or any of Uie other \boys sixtrlUlhcai', bointr born in South COFFINS CASKETS 1 niui :Minnie S. Urceilon, minor i

f1c are hurt 1'1I1rop my gun and take curs ('aruli ii Si ptiMiiber 'M:t;, 185J: and has I And a full line of ) heirs of I'll: J. Broaden, dpNotiio -

: of them." ii'xnl.'d in (;lIill<',\\llIl' with hoi children coascit. 12.25t

"\\'tt'll) see about that" snapped thi since I till I. Undertakers' Supplies

"VAs A8oL'Dmr "Klgbt now :\11n'h'I.t"l ", wns' twice married Automobile llcarm-.
Jiw. quartermaster captain. of .\p|>licnli liii, Tor Tax DcidN'otico "
1. > 1"11'11 coma with no,. Fall lu there' I I hi'i first hu hnn,1 living: ('hat It's Always on hunt! The best service I

men." I lloyd from which union two SOIIAKUIMM is hereby given I that I.. II.I .

; I marched up to the orderly room ou *. They lire .1. P. I'loyd. of Ku- nt the lowest prices. Specialattention I i.) iHiichii-n'r of tax coititlcato No.<

\ "t Boy.I .I the top deck wIth an advance and rent pert G.i, and I 1) F. Floyd of Luke. to telegraph orders. ::! dated the lith day of 81'ltember.

guard of one officer each. Tbe Q C. I fiulli-r, Fin. She was 1 later' married to - ,\. D. 1915, luis filed aul ('rtil"Rto il

\ >. 1 was in command of tbe ship. The others David A. Roberts who died. sonic Registered EmbalmerDeWltTcTjONES >iy olllee and haa mado application for '.

/ :'iJt ,? trailers.Without I tenting: )his widow with deed to 1 insuo in accordanceMtli JInw.
;. HOW I WENT "OVER THERE" WITH : were years ago I J
I further ado court went Into throe daughter two of whom survhehcr. II ,. Said certiflcate embraces tho fol-

r PERSHING'S DIVISION session. Of course they thought my They are Mrs. 1'. B. Howie and L Starke Fla.I lowing describoil property eituated in

whole trip bad been fixed up by my Mr!.. Linus P. Hardet, both of this Hrl for,1 county, 1 la., to-wit: Lot 29!

husband\ and some of his men. They city. Mrs. Addio! Lee Green the third I ; ; In Wood lawn, Sec 18, Tp. 15, S. R. 23 .

By HAZEL CARTER tried their best to get me to name my daughter died nine years ago.- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 5,10 acres. Tho said land being asossed ;

allies but I never did. How could I Gainesville Sun I + POLITICAl. ANNOUNCEMENTS + at tho date of the Issuance of

when I didn't ha,. any at the start + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + uch l'l'rtlcat. In tho name of Mary
Mrm. Bud CarUr of Doula. Arli., la a _
young
womu. ,\. .
exactly .. It ----
_ L t.r.nt7-two. whoa. yovnf buabajid. Corporal John J. Carter I told my story straight, FOR ItFPRFSSNTATIS1ce.Rnt'p I. llollm.IlnleRs
ef th. VnlUd Stat. arm/, wu. ordered to France wltb Uuexpedition. happened and that Is all there was to I urn a candiilnlM, fur nonib.r.hlp In tinHoufl ,> said certificate shall be ro-
Parablq It Not once did they trip me up. 11. L. BENNETT: \NI I U KILLED NEAR TIITONNephew < my candidacy I In Grul' I in tho I commit I..i.
Determined to accompany htm. ibe obtained a eoldler uniform Finally they gave It up aa a bad Job mary. 1 furl th., t know Ida nmdi of "'" thereon on the 21st day of January -

and t.UD .. a private on bla departure. Ube wa. Ore and ordered me to a stateroom on the county ami iitatv In a loitUlntiv w.y aRI hav A. D. 191S.VitneHS .
_ _ day a\ lea eo the transport tefora dlecovered tbrunvh a In tiliiM n chltf rUrk of the HOIIHO fur thw ">*- \ official signature and
_ _ _ ohaco*. After the arrival of the famoue dl"laIolID .......... Brst deck under guard. of J. It. Newsoni of Marke, Ion of 1917. I RIII familiar$ with the imxmlInwi my *
aba waa returned home aialnat fcer wlab.. Then they sent for my husband. The of auld body. I illicit Iho .11'1"' of nil tal UIH the 11th day of n..cemblr.
Remembered Hy Many democratic votrm aol If ,.....1.! .rotmiitfaithful .
R .to a mtorr or _.._ dram at Id In IU Qualltlei. full at the aoldler color and boys told me later that when an orderly and rnTiclotH sotvipit! . A. tttEiN.i V I 1) 1U7.!
IIt1U .. of real D..... ..&I.... amos Mra. Carter .to tbe Drat to rvlate the detail at thai came and told him be wag wantedby W. T. WEEKS:
TO7W* and aafa arrtTal drat hand-an* that made hUtorjr. the quartermaster captain be turned The Tifton (Ga) GaZette carriedthe --- ( Seal I ) Clerk.

COfYKICHT. If". BY THE &UJL SYNDICATE aa white as a sheet and almost collapsed following: tccount of the shooting: ton I h..hy REf-llFSFNTATniC! -CRO1-P TWO Wy R. A. WF.F.KF I II
n.y..lr InCroup
.. -I---- .. bucked likea of II. L. Hennotf a nl'phcof J. HNewsom '1' .nlu.. n nnI.I.I. I : .
------- - ----------------------------------- but In a second be up .. r. m-niitnlniitlon r. Ih. -I-lt. l'puty
regular soldier He couldn't obey of Starke and rcniembetetl of. Hi.pmwntatlvti In III. 1."I.lotll fromHradford I
.
CHAPTER IV. Cfiunty. ulji.rt' t I of tin!
TLe next mornIng 1 decided not to residents of Hradford county: 1.
I orders quick enough because be wanted by many 1..n1c.l. primary il-rtlott I I l I. 1"1 In Stile
The Jig' Tip I Ia risk going up for drilL The rumor to know what they bad done with :iIr. It. L llonnett was shot by :MrM. J.n, | rrapiYtfully xill.it. tho aupportof h.ril's I

about the woman was too fresh to be me. It was a shame, for be bad never I T. Mil'all Thuisday afternoon nil \ut<'m at mini Ivniorrntio iirlnmrv amiininniti .1I" Notice in hereby given that tinder
the ,
THEN rookie told an n raithrul ihnrliiirito at If
IVY, yV talking about me there &. If It bud reached any of the oil( )- been up for anything before and this about 4 o'tloik at :Mi Call's home near I ant hnn"n'
boy were board tile curs they would be on the watch. hurt hi. record. the Lennon )In'idge, in tho noilhoitkt- I--*"-Ir! I. I clu-a.: 'xecution isHtied\ out of and undi'r tho

being a woman on getting We turned out at :3 o'clock. Pullingon The first thing be blurted out when crn part of the county He m now still of the .circuit court I in unfor\ jrn.II'.1

transport I knew thing were our shoes we next folded our blan- be reached that Impromptu courtroom at the Tift County Hospital in a + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + county, Kla, hearing datolu '-4

mlgbty shaUy for tne. ketst' placed them at the head of our was: precarious condition + + ( dill day of December, A. D. 117.! "
better than to
Rookies like nothing banks and prepared for Inspection. ""-bere'. tbe kiddle" According to ;Mr. Honnett's st.ite- + ILGti.: N (TIC K H ii nni iHHII,111 that certain, cinmo there- .

crack wise, as tbe old timers call It. on I Everything us neat and clean as a lie was on. The only answer he got moot, he hold I allot,' againht Mi'Call + + In I"'IIIwlwr.in the 'Y. T. Kaw-

anything connected with their for Inside troop. pin. Not a scrap of paper or a bit of I was a heavy volley of cold looka It which lin. had promised, to pay Thurs, + + + .+ + + + + + + + + + + + + oigh Company, a corporation l III plain- :

yiiej have a keener aense refuse could be found anywhere. didn't take him long to discover a military I day. He drove out there and found NOTKKNoltri 1 itr. and .1. T. (iulford, J. L. Culford,
of
news: than a bird dog baa for a Ooclc American soldiers are always clean. It court Is no respecter of Cupid. McCall at work in the (tic-Id McCnlltuM I In hi.nl.y uU.-o that timlcr soil liy i.;. A. Joni'ii, and W. A. King ik'l't'tuil. .j

:prairie chickens. This recruit was a Is a hard and fa.t rule of the service lIe had a mighty uncomfortable half I him" that ho had not collectedsonic inliiiv of n I I- Innl 1 I..r.',> of .rnivi-li a inad.iiml .. Int9, t, W, J. Jpl'r nt. a:< KhoritT of :
'
peclnlly busy one of the breed. lIe watt until Saturday nightto found could .1..1 out II" ( In'nit ( ".11t or thnKiirhth Sniilford, have levied I
him and
They never hour worrying! until he finally money promised .liidirlul. Circuit of Moridu. In ('Imilc. l'llnty. .
/was aa pleased over the prospect of a take a bath. A regular always looks I| out I was safe. All that time they not pay it; then licnnctt it-plied ..ry in and for It.,If..rI i.unity. .n th,. |I.t on that certain real property an tin1

. ''new tbrlU as a Mexican la over It would a plate be :as It bo bad Just boon laundered. kept him busy answering questions and I that ho had \1"1'11< to more expense- dny".n.l"of .Inniinry.lundiiiK.A.;wlii-niil H. HUH..I In, J.n cirlnin lliitniniin rntmn I in IH<,, 'I'ly of (the mud J. I.. (intrord, ono
carnL
'of redhot cblli! con I remained below busying myself l denying be had planned tbo trip. It (sonic out tlu-ie I than theprollt\. onHit1 ('.H"III"I.! nnd IIi, rv Ilium nn.l Muu I of t Ito abo\o niiincil II'C'nlllt., de-

* red hot for me all right It they found around, tbe bunks Ibo men bad been was hard to make them believe he did i genii amounted to and, that hi' \IIH un. I Hi.frndnntH, nnd 'I 1'. %v. llrydi iiI H Btiihpil at follows: I thonoitheasl

t me out.13y out only a fuw nilautps when I heard not know I was on the host until Wl't' I would lij j.: I to have it paid without Ic-, "I If",1..1".1.S '..n1".1"| aa SIHCIII'!,,.ttitst-i-nri. i('liiiniiintM.,,|tt|..it-I. Ih In,' (|
i this time Smltbers was proud of voices. I glanced toward the entrance I i were well outside of Sandy Hook. i i i iiK! oUiKtd: t" make ii mint Ito,' tup.McC'jill mild PliinI. liiono. ,1 ..'T'r f.ii .al ti' niul milIti Split, 8, Hoiitli of ni n(re 22 east, also
tine' If I was his' own private bunk Two lieutenantswere llu, hiuhiMt i I TI.I s .h til I out I llie north half I of t tho Houlhwest
as .ot room confronthim "hl.
; IdCo.l our 'IlIora. They brought mo back to : I I I then I told I him i that hi would\ Cr-. 11-tim' tlu. ('iiiI-t, I IH.III.I..di.it. if ii.nrl i i llar.t"I' | ; -
||He used to chucklu aa much conilnx ton nni mo between tba' and to question *1' tOJ'thl'r.1|I |pay tho noli- and they wuit to the" h.,..,. in Iho I rllv of -tt,,it,'. |1."I..1/"1''''*'. of the null In'u.t (ipiti| i-ti'i' of sec-

llofHcor hove In HlKlit and I stood I slli>|x-d In I'ctucrn' two bunks Wasn't I proud of him though; when house' t(. ait.inire: It. I On I li.lihitiL i / the I,11In! .. llu> JHi'.I diiy, of 1..I.I.y. ,. II llun 2. I .
,, .
'Jtoutlou and nalutcil and sot away \\'ltl11 I would 1'0 out of Might as much a* and 110. diiiinir Iho I mil h." .r ..t-. Hi r.1I. ; all lou SD-101)) )
no < I miw him staiidlnc there straight lint,si" Mel C 'all I 1 went i in ahead I 1"lll I." I. id mind |iniirtto, .nit, : lln.it '" in mid
>fit: ai be did when the "boues" rOlleI'1' possible soil' hecamo tory Industrious. trim and full of <'onraBO.! hU chin In Hemirtt "a> ,11/ An .midixiilid ",i-tuiir I 1.1 I I In I.oln F"i I''line, nidic ol "'9f. less right of way ,

Kitlm II good pot In a crap gume. Ono of them tmw mo I know now he the nlr. Ids. ahonldors bark, rcndv, to I I 1"llowinl.. of the I : I came outLii' (HI I nn.l 5."." i 171 i if lll.n-k. Tu'liICi ,, 11HI I .if ii f i the (n.i S. V I"'. and i 1'91
I n s i hlikCal II In oilKiniil mirxiv or II,. I..UM ,.f I :Uiinl! l'niwlV
If be saw tno watching him be would I Was looking for me but then< there wasa fineunv Kind of rnuslo they hud Ii,) tin- in Inn ''I lorliln,. .. nnd. .I.I o iiu .".lh.I.I.,1 ,,n i,'hulf inIcunt seth h hull I l iyi rig east ;. A I.'. i Ky.i .. -

" try to look very severe and growl; : taint hello ho \\'H4 merely' on rl'JllllirInlpe..tlon. :!: \tlnvl, lie halt Mtiirtcd" toward trio and. hand, lie 1'0"1.iiiccbt wih IIt.lh! jh..I.11I, wnsunaMc In Hint. ,iiiii-il I ,if InnI lu, mild |Iii ,,r i U f mil 1 ." iiiuiter|' of noitheast f r'IUII'I..I

"You sbotildiit oiiBbt to 'a' done" It, ,I Sliuo I have l>I'en told every .. I made a running Jump) for hIm."Att'nllolll" to t IHISSI'SSIOII, (.fit 11hut i I mu thostniLCLTh' Stnrkini.ir-nciuir, I pin nt I tin iristirtv miillivviHl, dinciilnd 11.!rni im.r.illi.UHr.uunii of llunlioi '. I | .I Noction 2, town..hi i|> H, Houth anf

iddle. Sure 'auff you shouldn't. man on 11 In k was carefully mruthiUed. I "houI.llho quartormRtter I 11 i ;' I /not bo-, > diMcrlliid Inlx, nnd iiinniiiK tlunr.. uihtiilimtr :JJ must i in Ii rail ford courtly
rnllll'
What Cupid Smltbern. said when I I l. Ua strode up. tho destc with folow'dk'al llu north I tin i- if MndiHiut Hlrnt I thirtynnd I And I I will i i I the sanm,
captain pounding I . olFrr i
the scent lWI'I'1 I ISonnitt t and f.nut In.1 onthnlf. -ii' I fi I. Hi,',,.,' run nmtlioni FI'j.ll.
told him tbe rookies were on word I *W hat are you doing here?" be demanded. his Bst It was a bard situation\ for he- lan out the" Inn'k door, jeikliiK It huiidn'il ll\i ('I lnr.l I fut. ""',.n H.iulluilvon. fni on Mond:ty, I the I Ith day of -
and were talking sounded like a I Ho saw that. We .. liundnil tin I llllll I I I fill to I In. point of hiKlonlhif .- ""rVhruniy A. I II.I I HIM I thu name being |r
bundle. Is'hini him.McC'all I
him to to .
nrtlllery. You all In Inir in tlu' '
/barrage from lie heavy In th. air. No I knew In a minute tbe rookies' ru I both stopped short and fell Into poal. ran out Ins front door and nf I I. mmtliui I 'Hi '|1..I'r.l"rh..1 nf, 11.1'r.SiclintiIwinlvilitht ligal Mlll"1 d.ly, lietween, li'vcn o'.llck *
,could smell the sulphur I I of the I i UNI. townnhlii nix' I Ini I. in the a. in. and two o'cloi in tho '.
mad clean : mors hud reached tbe C. 0. ... I decked .I.- tion. The! habits and discipline headed liinnctt uhf from his car. Hennett .
either. Ue was of I jji nn.l
apologies .Ih rntiwiIwintytwn ( I punt. ".1.
I the ) hours
to blufT it tbrou.b to tbe end. There army certainly get a grip ou you. then ran out at I rear Kate and j.ilnliiK, .,iI.I I loin! lIt'Ilil, and ..'.... I 7t) of |I- I., Malt ,'illl tl legal
through. was nothing to be lout by tr) lug. I wile running through the Held about IIIrli ,.I"ht"1 I llxi' nn "h,'. ih.ncrllicdThe of sale, in front ( ( ,. court IIOIIHOilnor
: "What them young sbavetalli need sir I replied On the Grill. the house and (hirI Inn.In II-I'4'' ,. ho dmi-rllud .IIH Ilio, I in Si a rki', Hnidford, county Florida l
"I'm room orderly, fifty yards from .
|
of Vt h .
la a let of knitting nvedles. he growl were OB lumuwliad I. I..r. 0.1. iiwn h..1 and Hell I tin' to the
do. coming promptly to atteutlou and salullng. I don't know how long we tr'r, forty )'11,1 from ;\t'al when conxrycd liy I I I KIM, InlO highent : '
ed. "1 tell you what you'd better The room orderly stays below tbe grllL It seemed ages to me. We | MtCnllhot him.> ,' ran few .li'iinli' Irfiu. Hivrni aol Hurry .'' n fiwmontlm /and' best luddir, for cut),. : .:
talkative feller I I fom Iii!. .
Hud that 'I
' Ton'd better Is In order and ship- stuck to our atory-the truth. They Mi'Call o'n'h. W J. : : .
it can't to see everything steps and fell and run up.cursing sIt ''''I'rIY to I. ., an 11m property of 1'I'I.IRON.
and
,who isham tipped. him oufn you oCt the idea.see" you I aba pe. brought In tbe first sergeant and questioned of myhusband's und threalintr to shoot him Ihiunlit I .".In.I.rl hive. to ..I.r nnl.' IVrrnnnd Mienir, II rllor I I'lu. i
,
"Your name?" company nprain. says ho begged/ him l> \ :'
That sounded fair enough. My cour- be knew Bt'nlHtt F. KNM.Iir; Spicliil Mi.t-r. \.1. A/\INH.
The was "Carter, air-K company." him too. He bad to admit not to dioot him ntiy mom, nnd as he ( MMIIP'.DS.Rolirllor Attorney. 1-1-fit 1

,Hige not over began vet to bY pick a lona up. way.Ii game I ."Let me see jour chest. nothing about. It. He. might. was have-....-.eus-or. '.i....-, "ut..i.ii.viyl."..imr.p. In.. I.'.mil... nil... lllS.. hlnl. for ("n'I"ln.,1' I l.t.HIII. ,j
I It." pcctcd.' but lie ngurea 11 uwuhis ,'ui-k him t twin MITII K ,
found'my "rookie astern. He was ''ell, look at and! 'UMPH MCnll ,
j however MA iiI :
front of hIm biislnoHi He didn't add this, 11.:1..1 Not Ii' in vlvin tint nt Uiwti.y
I stood sijuaiely' In > the howl with I thn kiioikmirhim , l"r.Iy
two or threw other youngsters. up btkklng your nose Into other "" 1' 11'11. I t-r. tiv ni.t I.-.. In invin fhnt I. \\'. .f. K|I'I'r.| I lorliln". i in fic.nl nf the I.,, Mali. Hunk '
were licking (H rrauns right! and, It was my luut chance.' ;i I dO\1 I and \'IIII..ln/, him I party i.t,. $ .rllf uf llindr.inl, Oonnly. Hlnli of tlu. Jnd day of .1 aI.try. I HUH, at II o'elnek
favorite pastime of new men In'I "I will." lie said!, at the same time people's, affairs U a dangerous pastime inn(..,n"i-ions. 1"I.rlll. under and I hy virlini nf I Hint, eirliiliurit ni tin. Itlorilinif., vte will Hell tho note and, ".
a shirt to In tile armyThings of exirlilliin IHHIUI out nf and lllldi'r tinill inni I IIIIIKI-n Kevin Imr nnim* Iti.nln aet forth
Tho old campaigners; avoid reaching out and grabbing my tough for us at Mrf. (f'Clllld hei,' tnothfr.Mr. "' of I Hn. Clrruil, ('..ml, or Ir."lr..1 ( oiinlyInrl.lii wlil.li have, I i.-..n |ih.dued In IIH liy It Pt. about soldiering You would n..- rip It open nt the tboat I clutihed hilt i / looked pretty ot I'litlnnd: .1m" up and poisuaded I Mi- nvaliiHt .limn, I M.. "",I I. Tavorr non, and W I. "..hvm., partneii tradinu tindi .
hand with\ both of mine mid bold mi timed but I did not lose my score him to hue IKHIHC'. This Itiinli or I huh.- .lint r a rorpiiriitliui., amluliil .r I Hni linn nnme and nlyle nf .Jlek..n A
know by their conversation whether The Q. O kept referring to (ni to biincr/ lint lint day nf Apill. A II. I'll I I. .,,1 I i",".1.11.i I I. Hicun' n rlnln, ovi.rdile ,ib. ..
V they were on their way to a war or t>> The Jilt wall up. I wui not frightenedJly < humor time and "she" \\.i-- (I,," Ih'nnct wilkitiir I little .Ifi r. .ti.nt,. .".1 i'. II .ti. Hi. hluhiHt ."..1 I 1.1 l hy tin in, tn nit itnd ..iruriil'1 hy pliiluiv uf IIO|.Hltll
'Ibo rookies had the only thought/ wns for Ill)' husband. rite in "h / hart of the with n..istanei'. ,,1.1. ., for riiHh nt tin, Tiont, d..'r nr thi! '' I ii l innrttxiiuiH hflnw UHIH| tf:well note ,iiIIilorIui \
S. a tea party would do to him? 1 could the other part. Now I was "Carter loll i. li. loun of H'nik. lllll.lrm.l I louiitvlorldii ". niMiirlinr Hiinio sro on tint aunii. aluit
bodies linlfwaj to Bel'llu and were What they and again I was Mrs. \\H,'d11"1 f-rnt to n tueighlinm's to "' on Moftiliiv rilirtlnrv .Ih. A I rH ot pnu i.. lncli, rmtii irt rnlidu piiynhle Inlull
the kaiser's helmet for a cuspidor not cry ultlioiiKli/ I tried my best. lie like n regular, t.-li. '|>hino fni I h'. I 1'.h'r"ul that I llr9. It- NIIIIII. IH.Imr I Null) mil'M .I.y i.r .., ronrlliirlnir .1 HI,n h (ligls', in mid hy thi-in "'1,1".1. nanlnrmd -
using I Curlerben be looked at me In my ( hiI.I..unl hiIr-i, or nnh. Hi. rollowlnirImriilird ,, .
It ixpcded find In InH4IUH
I thought was ua aa It pleiliiu
jut woman. On arrival i Dr. I .h.l"r..1
a ill. -
.
I ,vhen I broke lu. loubciied hU BoMlcr suit with my hair cut short Itltl.no, WIIM li.nl ,'.1"". sit".,I.-. hut,.,. iiml Ivlmn their 0,1.1 n.(.. to tin. 'I'lui .,,l llotirt I
"llc-y there Kid\ I'lnkerton." I rag. of mo. Tbe, lieutenant me a* ('i-in, found1: /'. llennett woundednnd I I. Ir.r.,1. I ..Inly. I I-i'I..rldn' to.wll" ,mid, miirli'iiui.n "r.. nntin of Hut folliiwiliKlillllli .
lie tern. yet?" grip on my shirt lie took me gently like IIl1I1lI'S.. he could not figure I I immediately I I into 'lif- 1..1. 1.,11",'" iif Woi hlm/lon, $nrlni/H. .d |i,'rniinn for t" r.lnwnl ''10.1 .pumn
"Found (
ged. the arm. nnthing but> a doughboy. 1,1..hon..d r.'I"rl.I.F ". "" In mirviy "r.1 W I'allon l.iiy.ihle on or In-(",' I,, nf Uilolwr.IH17 .
; "What do you mean?" demanded my but firmly by ordered the guard totnk. fun fot nsHistarue to brine' ,Miunilid on north liy I.'Iml Aiinm, .. .. i..o I 1 mid Mteunil l I.y the f." nt I o"y unlton oropi
school boy. I IUe "Uout worry little (girl. No one Ittrnlnir riimll they' uoundol man to I thn 'iv llr-it: HliiMt! on ..,,it I'"y I Hiltohi ..1. i f I Hie I niaki or miiki rn. npiin tlin enllrir I 1 IH17eiittiiit I .
rookie blushing )HUe\ a high 1 1t Lack to the stateroom. 1 did the ho""iul ., ... .. : : ._ _.. . : .
to hurt von" ho said. Ill* volcowns ..--*- mo-.. the Mr no.I .. wl %ti V lllllll lri.1'1AUn Ort IIIMIII tnu "until ,inwitfnniiiii. nniituiy sM
t knew I wan kidding him. |I -b "kY."You certainly a not cure what happened to me as long After urlvlnl nt \ iMtrlnninir nt northeiiHt rorm-r of norlhnnt \Vllliiimn,: 4 il.-riB .in U.t (U, H.-0. IH. 7r
"Didn't tell cio there was a woman were the "old I'onnett: sworn fttuteiiirnt befnr ... ipiartir of northwmt 'iinurti nf HictioriX ..|i r N. Kiilivi- .' : "'ii! 11.! '
t you martial : 1.
'I Ir game one" he added which I took ala ai they lid( not court Justice T I M. lirown, BubHtnntinlly : Townahlp S .".Ih. Itanirc Kl ... !. then runewl II W. HlkiH. I.., 11. IH, II ,.r fim 1M.'wp. .
board? > .
r. on man" as the soldier's wife calls herhusbiiiiii. Hl yariU' I. ,,,.It of aim'nee-nt. n H. Itanitu : I 1'I.t.: f UU In. { '
! "Sure I did. I heard"I' compliment.Then the knew that would break bU tie nliovt'. i..nre Houth I HO yardn. wt of I
"Well sure are some fall guy : turning to the other one Shaw wrnt out to M<'r. ll'" I in yuirih.. and ,''. 2 I lf I ynnln 'In point ofr 'luiirlir "f SI', inmrlir" "nh,I H Imlf o HI': qimr- \
you officers he gave tho order that ended heart and mine too. fn"I.i\ found him. .,mmi IIITI'mentAIMO .of $I''iiniirtir, of HN! ,|iror, "" HW 'iilnr-
, Maybe you heard we are going to flght doughboy While I was paring the floor of that hOI mormntt and I 'vintilnir 111' varilii nouth nf norlh- I..r "' HW 'iiinrti-r nl SI..: .IIrtsI'|, nn."| HI!
shooters too.You'd my career as a to Tifton to IIU r- i ant porno r of nnrthcant, iiunrti of northwint'innrti'r ,
the Frltzes- with pea I bear what they prepnnnif to lomo ,.arl. of SI.: iinnrttr of I1" 'icr of flue
The Send for the major! small room waiting to him to Tif- of Hfetinn 2M Tnwnahlll 11 mnithRun 27. 'Iwp, II. H Kiinirn I ""'.01. "
to yourself. Ho : "
better get Iiep I I did lot of thinking during those had 1'l'hh'l to do a couple of rookUe rr'niir. 1'om\lnlf.1 *.* t HI' "-".'. thince riinnlnir nouth I 111 ynriliHi.tin \. .1. liirlnif., : ".'n. on HW 'l.murt.'r of
first thing you know you'll be dnswer- a waitIng Hit.. 1de, the porthole tnii whole' ))1 I'll wood am I wi ,t ?I ln ynrlii, tin.nr.. nnrlh I II" r'ii'OusrI: , r .if N W iiunrlcr <>< Hid 21, Jwp DS .
around here." silent! few minutes while wo weio pasted ( to him.I. and Ihi'neant Jin y.r.r. point. i>r ,VH"I"I KIIIIKII H I 1..1.: .
represent
Patsy 01.I"
Ing to the! name o :Neither< of the oil). I "Whad.Ue think they'll\ do with tier? Inrlr.tt. attorneys, \ nintrAluo r,1
M 2 2
for the major. y. noron mri on my 4l.liir. 4 4in
is 'inl' held In custody of t th(' undividi ..tirili I lntirii I In rt I. .. Ir..I. .. ,
Rookie Silenced. said word.' They seemed, to be asked tuiH rookie. nit fini NJ >i i.F I Nluiiiirtnr: c.f NW "In"f
cers a One 0' the men that was : nwaitinir the 01tf'O/1 of ;MrHonni'tt's 1..ln. Ininln. tn-wi. Sniilhinnt it''mrtrr ifMniilhiaat I lir $... 2 Iwi 1', ii 1 Itiinitii 2J Iunit: I nrnnn <
the boy bard He unable to realise such a thing& could< I diiiino His 'I."rl'r .r M..cllon Jri. and .n..h.I' Si: nuiirtir nf i-il: uunrliT. nf NW uunrtir. 1Hie
That last sbot bit actually have Impelled right under over' In the Philippines Ilea they'll cither WOIII. attorneys say "'rl I in flrtInit .".,.1 or n"r'h""nl pin II. Cit : Iwp, r, Icimito ii .:",t 55tii). ;
inspected they were stringing him. Whutl A woman come all mall out tile Bring squad and have In- hits no statement to mak. for tin > S.rtinn, 1.!. "I in 'luwnHhlp" r ninth' Itanv'l .I. I1: (.ri'-, ( nrnit on lluW hnlf of HP
soldier dreads being singled out their eyes. make t. 2 I Hint : and nouthw.nl ipinrti of Hoiitliwi iiinrlir of NW .luiirlir, $... 2J. I wp 5, B
Every the way from Douglas: ArU, to OIllIt- her shot at sunrise or else they'll finiont.Mr" .nt iinrtfr| nf nolilhvvint.I ipiarti (or lot' rjof Il.w22, 1'"Hl.: JlllllimI I J-
for the butt of bU. comrades' Jokes. An Atlantic" without they her walk the plank." TSennett was operated on r'nd.iy.nnrninc Wiodluwnl i of Sii-tlnn HI. and northw...l C H ill-nil on Wft of ', of
army Patsy has a pretty tough time of where In the I they'll put out a plank >>V lra. IV'tlTHOn. l"nlrik. nnnrti (nr' lot I of" W..lnwn. itf M>.il-.. .II- K.I..'". .....l.r..U.,_.... -.n-. ..I.u.-..... .ft" .!>...._.. >-IWI.......u.I.UU .. .
Hut there "You menu "
getting wise? Nonseuscl I III Townnhln ft. linni.2? "H.I': .1 : :
"
rookie for ; ; .1 ..lh. : lluH
It. I was safe from that wan. They bad to face the fact. 80 and make her walk off the end of It and linker, assisted I by In,1 numhi Rfl In 5-ct Ion Id. TnwnHhln ft nnuthKnnyr. M Hi.tin 1 ncr>-a lot 21, .S.o 20 4

the present at least.I :. I going to face Into tbe 0(' 'un ?" Woodard, of Adei. He Btood I the operation 22 runt, an Hhown nn mini, of mini HI.rtlnn Two r M. K II F 115 I'n'
I. What more was .
did .
linea ked forward to the quarters o' the men that wan over well but his condition IK TeryHcrlmis. lownnhli|' and runs II t-l nn r.airi nm* nf Joit 'Iliornlon. I I ucr>a on J. II ftoHl.r'ttnlnri. ,.
One
I did not know. "Sure. Hunk of Man and nf foiinty ami! .
bunking a. l'lnl. al.1 ulinilt 5I of a mi" if th Kiddmirllrldwtt "
where my husband was I In the Pblllpp"- He wait struck In the hll'k slat In oft!.. nf Clurk of Circuit ('ourt atHlnrke on HI.rk. .n.1 H..0". non mail aliout

soon aa "lights out" I was anilous to :racing the Muiio I strained my ears, but I could not tiy four large shot, apparently aaid Cnunty and gmat,. 8 mil* weal of I..w"y. rlorl.la. f 101) nil.
Alnn. nn undividid Interim in fnl- K 4:. John. 2' lot 44 : Hve
wag
U on or
tell him what bad bappentd. the double The rookies bad passed .hot. Two of these entered the left nn..nll .r. G
ItH The major came In on bear any more. I"wlnl I.nt., to.wit : half of Houthw I). fwp A H U. .:.1 f 10.Oil.romiicv .
,worried. but h. tried not to show quick and be wasn't, bothering much out of earshot I boped by tbe time tide about half way between the .t uuartrr of Hrrtlnn 21:. Townnhlp ii ."fh. I'udKftt. :fl neun his own place.Hea ,

told me to cheer up; that no matter about hi. military bearing either. lie they made me walk the plank I would backbone and Hide. Ono of them Itanifv J'I rant ; and north* ant 'I."r..r.r outh. ,\l Knnirn 4 II H. Jnlnlnir lbs llolln andJunnlnua
wtwt half of iMiuthWMit
w.t (|lar.t.r .
.n,1 1110(10
*bat happened lie would stand by waa too excited to be anything except be near enough to France to swim perforated the lobe of the left lung. ,"nr.r. ." II. rownithfn I .,.Ih. 'Kanir. N. !"Mull., 11".1.. Hr A aPr,'. on NF'/, of -4w-5

,Was I happy Ask me. After all. t* Just naturaL When be quickly: convinced ashore Then tbe laugh would be on another perforated the Inteatin.Atwirl 1U rant ..nt anuthrant quarter of nnrthiantiilnrtir I nf HW H... il. '.. I 8. Itonicii 23 J-H: t.
weaken and let me go with him rsal not a'' didn't disturb me and the omrntum once. There n"rh.I iliiartir nf aotheai.t'IJartrr 176 00.J. .
pd prospect
might blmielf I was Tbe
them. In nniithwmt
I exri pt Ih. arn. enrni H. Mnthlil. II arrra on NK '., of HW,.
Into Franc.. Right then. I wouldn'thave fake Scare be sent for the Quart.rUlli"j much. is, also slight abrasion of another .r of Hietlon fifteen. Fownnhlp H nouth, Sin jj, 'rat. 1 H. K'J F: ; ticomit)

traded my truity old doughboy I tar captain of tbe ship. I II After what seemed several years, intPBtme.1 Two large shot entered the Itanite 111 oi rant : and north quarter half of north nnrthwmliiuarter hall I). I-..1.llr.I. H ncna on William li.'d Unaplarii '

outt! for the swelleut wardrobe New I wanted to ace my husband pretty i though as a matter of fac( It was onlya right hip and five or fcix small shot of .nnuthwcnt n.rhw..t ijuarter and taat.n.t half of nnuthrant Kivi.. Hharo 1..nl crop 'Jn.I llridire'r.1 of i-rcjaiilnic eolton' and of Now oni-

York city, and from what 'we beat I bad by this time. If be bad appearedon few minutes my husband came tom nre srattored. There are nl"I twi) ipinrter and all Houthcant '|irt.r olnorthiaxt ? Mirth of corn ifoea In W. M. II"M", own"ruf
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back In Arizona. that Is ssylng a heap.I tile seen I guess I would Jutt oat- ; ) room lie looked, very solemn. 1 scalp wounds, one over tho 10r..heal thrnuirh uuartrr. nnld nnuth.qiiiirti. ,1 weat In lietion of hranrhninnlnir 2:3: M land It. ; flitono, n'r,. nn John pIne,

didn't sleep much. I felt there wa-i rally have broken away from that ran to him. He took me In his. arms about an inch and n half am : Townnhlp H ...,.Ih. KanK I'l! rant ;, and louthwint aliout It /lhr.l.mll. w.I 1 of ". Jcf. I 1"I.rlll. onriturkii

something In tbe air. Before midnight I bunch olllcers or no otllcers. and grabbed and boid me tight for a long time. imnther on the I top of the he-ad about iiuarti of Hoiiihwmt, quarter "if Hictlor ,, ..rann roud, ..!.! tIn
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The .1: Townnhip A xijiilh.i Kiiiiui I II i nnt A.nl."n pio-e and now ucouplvd and tindid .
there was a submarine alarm. him. They would have bad to pry : Then he began: to pull off bla coat.. four' inehoH I long where he was struck w. .I. lIl'fit4:I I : m$36 noW .

old timer la the !bunk under me halln'thit II ma away from Corporal Carter with abayonet. I,i "Tell- .. me." I IJ./eo\/ .;, sI. ...n Stn'ru,"? _of Bradford Cnunty. rlnrida.E hI r! Thornton. a." '* on my "taro I
the floor before he began to squawH. : | '.i h.seriiy strllieH." ho ash,!. "I am \ r."Ie tt the Junior KMf.Iir.Attnrniy mill ii w,'*t tif I.nwU-y, Horlriu. formerly thoO
: is ml'mhfl I _
snaredmy t. rumiilamnntNofico \ AIvijiuc n atvl
has 1.I.rl . KI..ka Kan..1
"Some son of a Ilea cook : Tbe quartermaster' captain came In no I'nuvr Corporal Carter, but Private <''I' l!"-nrett's f fn('.. and a ron fart''lre.
life belt !" lie complained loudly. I all bluster.. lie was at mini at a Carter I,ruth'r of II of riiinrdian: Sale. S. I". :I 'or-. 'm H ( Jrlffl fmt.rnvt>m<.ntntiuut
bunk like a I.u.tmlfb'r Hennft. I mil of lint' l un New
bU and tbs H w.
voice .
of his i
He was digging( up A U bout wuuld Kruin the tone .
ear. farmer.
ana bear with a Bore :Mr :I..CII is an pxt.nqiv. Thirty thays l after date on to-wit Jiloer : ';111.
dog after a rabbit. Blanket shoes i alungilde of 1Il. I I"What In Mi eyes I knew he did not regret F:. T 'I, rpns on plnit '
; bave been welcome light H ith an- married, Mc( all having the a'tth! day of A. I t'l! it 'rh.rnt"n. my t
clothes: were HyUiK In all directions. I Intentions. be doI I Ii the stripes.' Neither did I. Helng January) I., mil* wtiit of .;:... "... Klori'lt : |12tt 'liii.
are your ii'triI children. '
I will to the Honornh'o, A. >
whose duty It wasto I worth It apply ten fi'orKiiHtin t acriH on hi*:% uf SE i of
The alarm sergeant I I mauded He gave me a swell traltatlon with him all this time was (Jardincr; County Jiuliei* of Ilrad: ford NW.;i s,*<* HV,, :Pwp, 5 a. It ii I:*rtt 171100Hcott -
see that all hands were out of quarters of thunder. He expected "Private Carter" I said. "I 1 saluU alas Scntt Mh..i". A .*tr<.. onSW
and on deck. was prodding nlm of a clap dead of fright but 1 fueled.I sir." And I did with a great big Mr. Ilenmtt passed away Saturdi; : couti'y)', IIfrida. r,1 a-i ord.-t to poll H '11..n': i of SK't' Hi'C. Urt. 'r". I HlUnK .
you '
me to drop at the 22 fiwt: 9100 HO.
him. A sol- I afternoon nt i'tO: o'clock, the funeral private mo fifty fidh undivided .
hasten .
none too gently to him. This! didn't help his temper any fat kiss. all notr* unit mnrtirnKiai .. In |ii n interest each of r.
a pal of bla.vauiv tb. edge of the services. from the Methodistchurch 1.'rI111 and will im to hi,bit at 'h. tim'
diet from II company I to France and Join tb. Then I sat down on Ipinl hel 1. or> e
"I *ant to go in afternoon at I I Urccdrn, and Minnie S. urn ,.Ien. r-,.nor and plncff of . toO lnnpfctlun thereof. Salt
_.,. .. bands ripped Sunday .
.nnhu.! .
__ On \ own
A A __ Bed said. berth andtb my ,
-f* Cross heirs of IrtHtrumt have nil br n [I" Ih. of
Kli/a: J. docfusnl in
"Aw g'wan, you rummy!" he called. ;, "Why didn't you Join It o1t home Instead I the stripes from his sic.**.. I II SiT) ('co..k. The services were con- Dr..er..n. lie' .of tti. Cl.rk u r the CI.II.en..0 GOlr of .trail
and to the (
Matthews of the .
good iucU-d hy Rev dClcribo,1 Ind. ,, at thu
topping long enough to have a of trying to make a goat out ol i t..0 county tla.k. .. d..n.
to-wit North half of northeast fear 1'JlT
:
;Methodist church, assisted by Rev. quarter
laugh. "You've got It on you. '" ( Continued Next Week) IORFN/0 A. WILSON.
beat It quick. It ... the army Durden of the Baptist church. Interment ant north half of southwest uttr. w. M. M \SOV
Tbe old timer taking ne "I'm not trying to do anything bul followed in the Tifton ceme tor northeast quarter\ and northeast artmini, trn "
he was
the Hrst Up we bad to France with, my husband I of northwest M iiwon Company.
get been consis- quarter quarter,
had
kUsed by a ""marine. I tery. Bennett n |1"0. ll M.
chancea on being be Insisted he bad I answered. "If: be la wounded I want I Mlt4.: LILLIAN M. KOUCKKS tant member:11. of the Methodixt church section 21, township 6 south of range 1ORKN/O J..r W. HMTIV.Aiti .
That
Afterward and left It there by to be there to take care of him. fop a number of years and was 31 18 east! situate and lieintr in DrRrort >-ni-y for Oimpluinunt 1-II-2I 5
It on I 1 In K com
been trying of the
for ths rest >0'
Ibiteu goes cnronicles of on tho 10th of last N'ovcnhey. county Florida containing
wonldn inn Hun age ul
mistake but the boys pany too. Why should I sit back borne It is with sorrow years more or less. Take tare of farm ml'hinery. It

to Him. you're Just aa likely about to bay.get 1 i I In a rocking chair and wait while some the death of Mr". Lillian M Wednesday Roberts, He .is survived by his wife, mother, a"rcl This the 28th day of Dpcemt.er. 1017H will hu\f to take th. platu of bib. ir
occured
and forget I event
fitted to a coffin Is nursing the one thiehmd tmm the farmr. .
strange woman five sisters S. UREEDEN that has been d.a\\1 I
life four brothers and
of those seagoing I o'clock after a lingering
log It on as one I love and his comraOcsl 111 go: right tuI morning at > -
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I-',, I'\a. r.rniir BKADFOItl COUNTY:- TELEfiR\PH. STARKE. FLORIDA. :FRIDAY. JANUARY:- I 1" ''I 1h.

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IllKt :Messrs J.1.. (iiten and d.; W /Hn- HAMPTON. Claienco licks. '

, "I-- .' DIP' Stork visited. J. E \DouglassKii I n III"l"'d" tu' J"d.-IlIiVIII,' 11I"tV'd., 1 Gicen.Dialogue Recitation. "At Din I I' ,Gout,, f

\.,. I ,/ aij Tlh. h',i lung a line I boy, nrsdly, ic'uiiiiiig, h.1I1C0'1'1011)1 / / momMis HI'L.< A. I KuwN filled his 'regular;; "The Twu
I . \1| ,I. |I':. 11 'j I h. 1JIIl' ni idc? a In"," in'''"* i"go. \
"i'" ,iiitiin'lit here Sunday i iH. and Ruby Harvey.
1 k [ii, ;II'' in ,aL.,' huller) :.Saturday. I I1 ;. I I.. A Hull re'Un'w,d I home Wednesday ippi, ,
: U West, and M. J. Green repro- Recitation, "An Act ,
i : County News item? Alt'. I D \V. :Matto\. of Palestine, was i iin uftcrnnon from a visit with the I (
? I cnted( Hampton/ Lodge No. 129! in Clifford Boyles
:" ) I I tliH. inmunity, Saturday und Sunday her daughter Mrs M. I'. Geiger of Masonic Grand Lodge nt Jacksonville Dialogue, "The Begun: .

,J ----- .- --.- ,----- .l Wuldo this week. I Recitation, "The Tru, _,
the Mr, Chester Johnson paid our Mr. C. A. Troist, of Wuldo, and Mr. Mr. and 1111rll. Garfield Johns arc the G. W. Ilieks.H'ndintLcslie.
f Interesting Facts Gathered During Week by Our school n visit Friday uCtt"'noon.Ve of Lake
children
Luciun Smith and
.. I" Regular Correspondents. would be glad l to welcome him back. Cutler visitors Sunday of the proud parents of ncwly-nriived girl, I I Put, Ii jJI
were 12th.II. Recitation
1' I I born Saturday January "How I |iisons"Geo ]
; .... ----.-- home of .Mr.:\ and Mrs. W. W. Pack- wa's''' .
Terrell.
.... S. Roebuck! of Theiessn
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1 ,o... I .v s GRAHAM. hum.Little Edna and Viola Bailey are looking after business interests here 'j jTue Recitation, "The Real! i ii
; i Amanda Varnes.
" I LAWTEY.Rev. ter Mii, I lioll.in Thomus, who is slow school here the school sfluy. I
attending since
1 .r ly improving from her recent sickness \\' had quite a littlo wind storm closed Christmas. Theyare A.1.: .. Williams is electing a large 1 Dialogue, "The Spider"
Brooklyn on Recitation I
lilt
t, I 1 Friday afternoon and night, doing burn on his place, just east of town. "Miimmu\
e': with their brother here. '
Alpicd I'vl'nlen.: pastor of :Mi/ J. I n. :Moore has moved in the sonic damage I It tookthe top oil After staying' few visit hure with L. O. !Joy Ie:!, section foreman at LaCrosse (: Edna Riihmc. \

; Grace M. IJ.; chuieh, accompanied by house Ittttly vacated moved in the :Mr. F I:. \Abemuthy's saw mill, I i datives,a Mr.\ dnys Lee Brown returned spent Sunday with his family Recitation, Comic. j
his wife, left on Tuesday morning for hole I The parents arc ''. 1
I JIh Lewis, who moved to Mr. John WgI twisted several houses uround and bad last to his home I fBI\ ran
;;;. .. Sibling( where the St John's Conference don'H faim. i all the farmers busy fixing fences. Saturday morning I Lacy J. Wynn and wife, formerly of to be present.
I ut Cocue.Mr \
: Jt" !
: of the Mcthodi- church is I :Mr.\ "Plunk Morgan and two sons, : Mrs. O. W. Djnl while fixing break- this ,place, but now residents of Slake, I ._

now in seldom A petition has been Otic and r Clyde, were business visitors : fut Tuesday morning had. a fainting Loran Drown returned, to Lar- utendcd chureli services' here Sun

sent in to Bishop Leele, who is presiding to this section last Tuesday. spill/ and fall near the table, knock kills last Satuni.iy.Di . I day i I [>JoATIIOI K\\ lioiti( i: '

over lho conscience, utdcing :Mr. I Robert Noi'man's horse has ing a kettle of hot coffee over on her, 'nth of Urn. J. W. Batten I (Our High School is progicssingnicely

'. that Hev. L'vcndcn and wife l)o returned bein, crippled about a month and ho !burning! seriously. /Ur. Thomas was A deep' gloomv s cast over this ( under t the (piindpulbhip 1 of Prof. I Mr.. Ray B. Roberts; '

!liurc. for the conference year took the horsr to a veterinarian at summoned immediately.Mr entire! community Thursday evening, C C.lobbs./ was well and

'- .of 1918! They have only been here Slnrke soon after it began! to limp. : C. 1!. Roberts, made u business Januaiv 10th when the angel: death A regular meeting of Hampton : Luke City, died on lavornl'n Dcee i l

only a few weeks, but during that The |Dr) !said that it was Stifle-joint, trip to Gainesville Wednesday. entered our little town and, departedwith Camp W D. W. will be held this evening I his late home, suc coal.i n,

jihoit tune it has become evcklcnt that and treated the limb! from its' hip to The debating society put again the life of one of our oldest residents at the Masonio: 11.ill commencing tack of pneumonia, whit, I Ii Ii,

6 -. with their leadership< 1918 will be a its. foot, getting the limb in a sore, Wednesday evening. Subject: : "\\'omunll Mrs. J. W Batten.! Deceased promptly at clock/ All members are I i to have contracted nt Cu: I ,d

most prosperous year, us they arc blistered condition WhenIr.: Norman Suffrage," on the affirmative, J. had nearly reached! her sixty-first requested, and visitors invited to nt- when he went to' nu
up
both nttivu Christian workers who I
, 1 else to examine the birthday She ]hud been faithfuln1C'mhl'r
got someone J. Often nnd'Alviu Wasdin. Negative, n who died with the sane,
never tire doing the Lord's work. leg a stick was found in th*top partof Permun Roberts and Riley Wasdin. of the :Missionary/ Baptist tend.The Id
Mr\ I K. J. Registerwas a visitor at many friends) of Mrs. O. Haynes was brought home In1/;'" ,
I : its hoof. church here for number of In
i- iJr. Thomas, ;Mr. Will Jones and n years.
arc glad to know that she is out With a large contour' ,
the of again
home Mr. and Mrs.WW II, :Mr. und !Mrs .1. }I. Norman made a Jim Dynl made a bu
fi 110... /Bison! the first part of the wt-e'k lie litirifi.) nt at"tut.i* thiu. . ttHfiYnt!,.. unit....l 11ii4.... Starke Wednesday. : Jimmie Brown, and, after n few years after a scyt'rc illness, ing: griends and relative ,j ,I
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!f f 5 was enroutc from Oculu to his, Lime : C. J. Weeks and wife of Jacksonville that was mortal of this InI
fine. he died leaving her nnd four fatherless
just :M"si>rs. Chesley Fogg/ C. L Smith, : f'
I of friends here during laid at
were guests was rest on New Y .
in Middleburg.'
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': :Mr. Cape Nenl was finishing the Tom Mills and Jamis 1 Reynolds i motored children to fight the battles of <' I
lho week.
Mr. und Mrs J. H. Randall left at thy family burial I
on gathering of his l II1 st week /life alone After few she n
corn us over to Gainesville: Ihursduy. a years I I ,
J, D. Weathcrbee and wife, of Anthony Bethlehem ,
Wednesday for the annual :Methodist, cemetery nea
he had lots of velvet beans plantedin :Mr. K. \V. Surrency made' a husi married" J. W. Batten. .1
i are the guests of relatives here (I Many beautiful'flowers.
t Episcopal conference at Sebnng, to t "is ..
the field and hud to wait I
corn un- to Alachuu
ness trip and Laiross I n- The deceased vas born and raised
Mr. Eli links and
his of the
A which :Mr Randall was sent us a ,deleg til the cold killed, the vines to get thocoin day. daughter, kindly esteem of h ''IS
near the place wrcre she died. She
He. i iI Miss Emma, arc home again after an covered' the grave.
t Mr. Jesse Surrrncy, wife and children had/ been in health for several r
I\\': J\/CSHTI./ !: Henry/ Cooper and Cco.Thninas ; . have poor extensive visit nt Plant City. Surviving him arc his nd r
- -- -- returned to Tampa, wherehe months, but able to her I
was perform Willie C. Hunt has moved his family five children his .
::1 (>f the Ocala Fertilizer: Co, I i brother, M Dim
of Jacksonville, were transacting business MILLER. is engaged with the railroad company household duties until about one month to his.. former home in Alachua county. Roberts of this city and. thE.DGA e

in there. ago, when she was stricken to bed with V.V.. Moore, of Theressa, passed I brothers sisters
': l Luwtey one day lust: week undwere cr and
Mrs. J. C. Harry was railed to the some unknown disC'll :Mr. thro our city Tuesday .enroutc to I Wilson & Cham of r
-" guests; at the home of undMrs. bliss '
....s. 'I i 'I be cold weather of the lust few bed side of her sister, Mrs. :Melvin, hands and tender! hearts could do Tallahassee, to attend the State 1\ n
A. bL Blanchurd. took( care of the funeral lb
arriu.
weeks/ has !been. ideal\ for curing meat, at New River Wednesday wns done, but to no avail. I
;j: Mr J. I U, Brown was transacting Baptist Convention which is in session --Lake City Index.
and the farmers of this communityhave We arc glad to report that Mrs. The funeral si-rvres were held at there. I \
businesH in Jacksonville last Friday I
l' taken advantage( of it and have Cora Abernathy is still improving the 1-- td
Baptist church' of this
:Mr. Geo.; I I.. Futili was. a business place nnd I'rimarylepartmeut/ EntertainmentThe eiri
K k ,..ut1/ more meat than ever beforein Mrs Evn Hurry! is one to be on the interment was made in the family lot I
f visitor to Starke lust Thursday the history of the county Hick list this week We wish her a of the New IIoio/ Cemetery Friday/ Primary Department of the '
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,f Them woe quite| n large attendance The present indication are that the speedy recovery.Mr. afternoon" January 12th. Rev L. W. IInmpton High School will cntC'rtninthe

at the Kpworth: League service of fanners of this community will plant Prank Hevill left for Jacksonville Klekilter of Starke, public "Friday afternoon: January Inoj
officiatinghe
Crave :M. K:. church lust: Sunday,, evening.
:L'oth! when
less cotton this than have last Friday. Ho the following : will
year they is engaged in : leaves to her program Brokc.rv '
mourn departurefour L
The first enrollment of r\sea Duplicated,
\ mcmbers fur several !Moie food somu kind of work. there and we wish i be rendered': i
yenis clops chiI.lren.cRlames, !
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made, und, :91! 1 enlisted [ :Mrs. Rose Same Day as RaotvcdI
..;.'.. charter WIIH numbers of the ,newly organized as- of till kinds, will )bo, planted IWe I him much sueep!!!!. Neal, of this place ; Mrs.1 !Malvenia'Gillynrcl I', Recitation, "Welcome Greeting"Lois I Spicialiu on Koi I Orders-W Rw Post.fe n'P'
wce-k's :Mr. J. J. and wife of Terrell. I- 140 rOB3YTH
noticed in last Tele-graph' McKinney : of Larking Messrs Jesse W Sir
and
which well ; i
: : chpter| in now onto that the /Bunk of Starke is in positionto Sampson City, were pleasant visitors Loran Brown, of Lnrkins, and. Leo Recitttinn "Why Pupa Doesn't Go"EuC'nl

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and institution A social isl'I'ornid
lively, after the from I the (Government; for Castor beans.i Mr.nlell l Abernathy surprised a\ I Misers. P 1\1., S, II, und Joe Hagan/ ":\Iy I..itty"-Willie. Fay r PJj; '
soon pastor's return \ 1. would, like to have some mfor-t numhrr, of hi#' f'i.'ndilunduy! :; when I nf II i,eks.Dudoguc.
fiom the lonference which will Pi.: ilka; T. :M\ Iljicnn, of Hampton, is
ination 1 iiinci'ining the* rmtine of this he brought his I bride I home. :She: vv",is and II. II. Ilniran ef Vnidnstn' three' I / "The Red Cross Bah.s'

; V 1.1"\ free to members and grout thhlJCsI :"11" lull., as to timo of planting, cultivation \known as :MISS Kvelec: Cr'ws.Vp I'i.i i 'MV.' .i a 1laIII""n." of Jneksoni ; Recitation, "The End Boys",Mil
are being planned for the future, of PIJH
;, this .of church 'It.Iheie and harvesting We think tli wish them much jov.Mi ,i ,': :\TI'.. .T, t F. O\\It.y and Mrs. died Seals r a I
tineiil
tlx di ;
pui Ciiucr win {imposition is a good' one nnd if the : ,', Fmie{ Johns and 1 wife, of Hamilton ,T...IIM, Phillips, of 'llii'iissn/ \ Besides i I :-:"11"Imhr'm: Or Freodom"-
will h" dues thus
I r;J F F r chailri no nicinliiis and will lie joining ad I',"'atat'I here can get the desired m- I spear I ho week( -eiul here, vxilliMis 'h' a. r. II/itr.4 l: / . anti,| husband, she \leavesi' !Heeitntion/ "A Snake"-Ilainld c.lirmj

I \' a; f'H matiim we feel! >-.ife; in saying that : Johns nicitlui.. Mrs Ne'wsome im' 'm'',i her ,death" sovriiil grand ,Johns
milled without to the ,
\ (f ee. (Opportunity having ti pay join flee entrance \vi will i I l (flow 1 iretocl many here I ;\Mr W 1'1 Ih,1 i (I made, a busmen i c11,Idie' 'M and nl IK r immediate relatives, I /Reeitntiem, "Whiit I Have i"'l/lnd"-/ PMotH

Weaie" sorry lei report the serums) trip" to 1'1:1l'k: St,;tlnlay I all i'C \.1.1)1 1 have the sympathy of theentile I 'Iuud Hall.Kccitntion..
of beoxtrndid
charter will
I' ( Imigi an nWIII'I'S t illness eif !Mrs J.. S. Brown. Her Iev! N. T King filled Kov.Riggs' community. / Rat e !
I "illyII"N'ovilla
: to next Sunday niiiht, January King; -
many friends hope for her speedy nppointment; hate Saturday nnd Sun-
. :20.!() l Cvi-iyboily welcome Prof. re- ---. Recitation "If! f I Was Mamma": -
diy tit the Baptist olnircll.
" i I I.. L. Blackburn has been appointed! coveiy.Mr Ine/5 Ilinvxdy.Reeiti.tion gi
I..j I to )ludMr.( and Mrs J. U. :McLral me the :Mr Roy Hut, cf- Louise, attended 1 Try n Telegraph want Ati. \ ; "Tendin the [Baby" wn|

proud puenta of a fine boy, which arrived church here Sunday. . i
I T. Valentine C'Cl <
J. Atlanta fin.
several clays ago Misses l Ethel and, :Mabel (Byrd, werepleasant -- -L -- -.- -- I in
. ; hull been upending the few days in
II" This i visitors to Brookcr! T--
visited -
(community wits by a Sunday
'. /Lnwtey In the interest of the Ciilum- (
storm last evening.
bianVoodmen.. severe Friday night No :
serious damage: was. done, worsethan I: Mr. Alvin McKinney, of Louise, .
I Rev, W. L. Overbtieet win transacting
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the blowing I own of timber. was here on bUMin,811Ionday: .
I business in Jack'lOlIvilleIon: f
The many lends nf Gl'orgcIiIIl'r! Messrs. Mathew and Riley Wasden
day.
me pinned to lean that he. has been were pleasant visitors to BrookerSunday Jin i iI've
I t: Rev. and :Mrs.\ James Stilcklund of .we.

,' ('llIy'lIiIl.. acre visitors to LuwteySunday. / 'I' confined Mekncss to He his is room at Southerland on account('01-of :Mr. Guilford afternoon; Weeks. of Guilford, And He 1 1 i-
Said Loved HerThe
"1: ..... Dr. C I. W l liioun spent Sunday with i lege1 and. ue hi\e not learned, just the was her on hu"incII'fnnla: )'. i th

lolntivts in (i.imesvillc.MIH tint me* of his illness' Wo hope for Mt; '. C B. Robert arid son. Pennon, carr 4

him speedy motored over to lake I Butler : ,
nosh; (il'i trill'lul'II.1 home a l'reo'l'ry.The Monday.Mr. ,\r,to
Stork in his round : Roy! Roberts wife and of
making stopped baby, CUll
she Monday from :tft;; Petersburg with / where at the homo of Mr:\ and, :Mrs. J.W New River, were pleasant visitors here Married Man Who Is Not Insured Cannot ,": the ?
sti-nt!! | ten days her son,
Punish/ and left Sunday. I ,:
t"t n U bound boy ,
t Aithur! Hrr/ I little daughter, Pearl, afir
' 'Mrs S. L. Holder, who has been ,- - -, '.- --__ I ,
i Achn
t accompanied her ''III'n.lingsom/ (' time with her parents, Truthfully Say "I Love My Wife"i <
Misses i
Ruby, and lava /livid, who I Ton. and :Mrs H C Peoples, left for LONG BRIDGE. I ordi!

nro, .employed, in, :!.Jacksonvillespent. : her hnlne in :tthi in i Tiif> iil.ivKurv . I But!

,V,... I paientH ociiici iy :Mr iicic', and aiim1, :Mis. numc J. ('. Byrd.OL men' I : ,ir'I's'f, f -:Midway\ ; : was in Mr. Lucy Cason, of IJuiford, was the Are you going to consign your wife to a life of drudgery Jhid make her de- $10 I
I Willie I'eeples returned homo last town :Sunny; afternoon guest at home of Mr: und Mrs: J. E. pendent upon the crumbs she may earn at the tub washing the dirty linens of her COUI1eionf

Ii.: week! from, 1'oit Meade! where he has \V. :M Thomas of Aluthua was hereon Adkins, Sunday afternoon. neighbors, or at other kinds! of slavery for others?
teen' employed" several weeks business one day last week.Miss M Warren Uloodsworth of Rniford!, Fro
: Susie Thomas, who has been was the guest: at tho home of :Mr and wns
Mr. Enoch (:rilTi.'ns a visitor tc> Are going; to force the
.. Starke !\Innday.C spending some time with her sister, :Mrs :M. II. :Moody Sunday afternoon.Mr you responsibility of livelihood upon your lisping baby ofOii

C_ !\ W. KdwArds/ ): / was n business Mrs J, T. Thomas, returned to her : Donald Adkins and.l sister, :Miss girl, who may in time be impelled to worse than drudgery or death to care for

.;i. visitor to Jacksonville one day lastweek. home near LaCrosse Tuesd iy. :Miriam, motored over to Lake Butler that woman-IER MOTHER, YOUR WIDOW-.-whom she may promise her- \ Line Eve
:Mesdames .'. :M. Mann R| K.: Dell, Saturday afternoon. ,
I self
e . to care for even at the cost of her honor? mon
-.,.'' Sunday :'khuoluncl Kpvvorth League Seeber. King, H. F Stanton and W.M. Mr.: Leon Kenfroc visited relatives vet,
li I : Johnson of Lake Butler, held n at Raiford Saturday! and Sunday
services will be held us usual next I plai*
,,' meeting with Miller Grove Mrs. Evelyn: Stevenson Pause in Your SelFishness
Sunday during! the pastor's absence ut Woodmen and baby, I ,. and Shudder $70J

preacher will out from Jacksonville last Friday evening: An interestingtalk sister, Mrs Millard Johns, this week -" com

and preach come both and,- on the purpose and workings of .--- Only supreme selfishness on your part makes this condition possible, one N.I. .
] morning
evening, the Reel Cross was made by :Mrs THERESSA. cigar less each day, one street. car ride less' each day, one soft drink less each day, ..

; At t the reorganization of the Kp-: I Stanton Several of those pment became one five cent! of needless expenditure less each will \ Con
day, provide at death
members nnd their your .
p worth League/ last Sunday evening, pledged sup- at least Sl.OOOfor( ( the protection of widow and Slum
your
,ir Rev I'vendon was elected president, port. :Miss Florence Hall\ returned home orphan; it will keep your I

17 and MHS KUKII IManchard: was clcctedSecretary. / H. I:. Brown was in Lake Butler Sunday afternoon after a few days I widow from being the drudge for the family of | the man who left them INSUR- I.,

_,, A few committees werenppomtrd "usin'lIsloll.lay.T. H. Waters! visited. his sister :Mrs visit-with her sister, :Mrs p. :M. Gorges ANCE MONEY; it will save your little daughter from the loss of proper schooling
!. The remaining olrkl'r"will of Waldo.Ms. .
!
be elected, in the near future, :Marion Tillis, at Lake".. Butler. Sutur-.. W. /II. Johns left Friday: for :-om premature responsibility, from the slavery of the factory, from the allure' I ,M\ ,

Mr. Henry/ Bennett was in Jacksonville 1.1.\y.. Glover Larkins, where she will visit her ment of the "EASIEST \VA Y" to acquire money. . :j;!gfl .JKJ-J:: ':i.tS3sJ .havecar ]

\ last PricUy and Saturday was in Jacksonville husband for n few days --- ,

r I Mrs. )K. I n. Ru'I,'!! returned home on hllsin"sIondn: )'. Mrs :M 7.. and C Sullivan\ were A gar
last week from Palmetto I where she W iley Brannen of near Providence, visitors to Hampton Saturday Columbian Woodmen Policy for $1,000 HUDmen

'i spent, several( weeks with friends. ans' here on business Saturday Messrs. II. n. May und It1.: King _.....0.. __. _ __ __ barn I

:Mr.\ :M L. Loadhnltsy. > visited I'datives Pusco /Douglass, of Ellmillc/hero, Columbia made n 1 business trip, to Stiirke Satirclay will cost from three cents to twelve cents a day, according; to your age at entry: mod,
county passed through Sun-
1 in Jacksonville last Friday afternoon.Mr. _. ,. - w. -. .. glass
----
Miss Pom I Bennett is speeding, this lay. : Wily Brown and family have The Cost .: their !

4 week in I'aifoid" with relatives.Joe Barney( nail Olson Th"mu'i itl',1 moved to the old! iiifTnid, place Mr ,... h Too Smyllfor You to AfsJrL. / 'build

Johnson, nf Huford, wits visiting 'near LiiCrnose Saturday and Sundiv' Brown has rented, Mr, Ci, :M Bennett's ,, The Benefit Too Great for You play .
Be
relatives J. O. Fralick, of :Starke; was r .. '-- to Without ,8f th
v in I.nwtry Sunday: 'arm and l will plant a crop' tber., i iII .. I
:Mr. IM, Plenum",u UiC i..t week 'nulst on business one day bo,. .. ;t. :M Woocliiiii, HI. employee of --- a coHi

for Jacksonville/ where he has secured ------.-_. he Starke Hardware/ Company, visited .J Don't be a Slacker; Da it Now; Tomorrow may ;Too Late --' 'Iwill;chan ic I

employment GUILFORD.Miss his I'lIrl'ntlIr.: nnd, :Sirs. S. B. Today You Nave the Money and Health Necessary, for Acceptance *, The l li
---.--- Woodard, here Sunday/ I
Tomorrow You explalI '
May Have
RISING. :Messrs.. A. L. Bennett and Porter' the Money and Impaired Health i .TelesrJ
i
: :Mollie/ Thomas is finishing Gutford l were visitors to Starke : It Is Too Late Then. r.;-; T J J I; annou
; Mrs.. John Gioovcr's teim of school lay. \Ion-I

The many friends of Mr. El.'pul:-; at Guilford../ Patrems and children are Those on the sick list this week are Write to or call upon one of our Organizers; or Secretaries

are glad to BOO him out again, ufter .I'I Ihtrd with their teacher.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips and Mr. nearest to you r or to FIV

c _' I being!! sick for about six weeks. G. C. Driggers, of near Lake n. Z Cobb. They have many friends 'I Pro!

Messrs. H. H. Lewis and! J. )K. Norman (Butler, was seen in this community hl'reho wish for them a speedy PERKINS & VALENTINE day niportun

y:' } visited Hev .\. J. Pmnolstcr, nenr Monday.Mr. cover)'. re-I

"3i, s '1 Brook, last Sunday, returning !Monday and :Mrs.! J. 1>. Douglass: of Worth- :Mr. Dewey Finley, of Starke, visited [,as tho

and reported. Rev Pmholster in ington were the guests of Mr. and his Uncle and Aunt here Sunday, It I M

a serious! condition of heart dropsy Mrs J. )E.: Douglass Saturday night :Mr. and l Mrs. S. B' WoodirdMr. < 1. II 116 West Seventh Street toriumlectur''

His many friends in this section regret Dr. and :\Irs.lainl'9: of Lake Butler :Morgan Lee received" an order f

to hear of this good man's con- were seen in this community Sunday one tiny lust week for eight fancy er. TI

dition. afternoon grape vinl's.fr.: lee has the best Jacksonville off ththe <
Messrs. A. V. and F. II. Rev. Florida wI!
n Loner! and Crester Johnson will preach varieties of this section ,
Mr. M. L. Johns, of Starke, visited the The ?sued'
T sermon ut Guilford !school house farmers union i* progressing ,
r tho home of Mr J. E Johnson last !Sunday'; nt 11 o'cloe. )Everybody' In- along nicely. They have bought qua'teliJl'ter

Sunday. vitod to attend and worship! with us.! JtU:00!: ; : worth of Irish potato seed!

i :. Mrs. A. J. Jackson! returned last :\11'. General: Douglass, of !Manon unit are expecting: to plant them for' 't

Saturday from Brooke, where she Crossing, passed through here en- !spring crops. They have also bought I .....

i:1:: had been at the Led side of- her- daugh-'- routo to :Mr. Jim Andcron, Tuesday $!;6.00 worth of peanut 8<<'('<.1. ",
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