Group 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: February 1, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 39. STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1 1. 1918. NUMBER 31.

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Ml'ST fsn I.KSS FLOUR crrmc:' .\ lTn.1' HROOKER: UH'NU= :M\N l : SHOOTS ItliOTIIKK: U. II. S. DEFEATS: : 1\\1) ; TEM: I !|!
EDITH OWENS SEC. BAKER
: Official order issued by F'dernli j 1. U. Shaw and two sons, I L, f'. nndK. The Telegraph} learned" lute Thursday In one of the fastest basket lull
Food Administrator, Unxton Itcncham, C. Shaw, of Ilrooker, were brought tha': II son of :'III'. I'lnl. Ward, of gnmos of tho ('I"OI I III I I'rndfordCounty I t I
"l'Ian>l". Florida! January :J8! 11118. ||. to Sta rkt' :Monday l and placed I in the ii rook"'i', had 111'1'1.1"111111.hol his I I bro-1 I High School basket, lull t tiam,
. BEING TRIED FOR Wholesale and reatil dealers in ''county jiiil to await the outcome of the ther Wednesday while; handling I i H'holgim defeated t tho Duvul I t team Salurdaafti'inoon I > UPSETS RULING

wheat flourhull, i immediately upon 'I: wounds inflicted upon C. :M. Shaw, I .- (he charge striking i tho boy i on I IIU I High I School I ,'al u I'ii- ,
receipt of this notice, make no sales I! constable( by the older .1. II. Shaw. in the thigh. The coiulitiini' of thoj I TIlln" was exciting I t I Ihl'.h.t i i u I i I
ALLEGEDMURDER of wheat flour, (':("I'pthere other I|I The trouble originated: from reMarks ;)'ollng11111 II was lit learned up to I time i and, the f"lItul'el of tile 11 1 h' wis: t the1nilround ON 1ARRIAGES
flour substitutes I I t \ of eijual amount t IU"'j i I : alleged to have been made by of going to. pre.s.s.SPIES ( team work I h.1'1. :; i I hili '
sold in combination with wheat flour.The.e C. N. Shaw to the effect that J. B. :, V Vi - )'S. The I Duvnl I h'll }played bard I
substitutes shall bp barley !1oUI'j I Shaw and family i hail taken more\ t than .:\1 i \:-. \ : I\ICITFD: : to( win and nt si-vernl stngothe .I(

SHOT AND KILLED ALONZO buckwheat flour corn corn, flour, cornmeal I their proper share of cotton made by I I SINCE: : '1 HIE_ i: V\ AU BF.GANXEW : : jtlll'II' I .point or t two iihe.nl.but SINCE MAY 18. ALL NOTlOt'
corn starch, corn grits, fetrital them upon! C. :X. Shaw's place season | ; with( tmrdetermined wil I I of I the I It.H. VI
TISON OF LAWTEY OCT. 24 flours and. meals I, hominy out meal before last and that he < C. :X. Shaw': ) : : YORK Jan.;;: ;:2C.! \ 'V S. Thompson I I. S. bunch they fought Inl..h'r.. uiul, 1 at t SLACKER MARRIAGES

. _. -4 ___ potato flour rice, rice flour, rolled had, witnesses to prove it. While in I IUrooker chairman i of the press committee the ond of t game: th '' stood \
,.... TISOX r oats, soya bean, flour sweet potato :Monday Mr. and :Mrs. ,I. H. I of the American I Defense Society ilorliired I IS tn 17 in their favor. I -
: W.\S EMPLOYED: IX: A XL I HOARDS' Ml'ST I CONSIDER( I :
that the
flour. Shaw and t the two boys n1l nti'd"Io't' I society hnd I boon informed Our boys' played tin gnnio' hit ,
JACKSONVILLE: : GARAGE AT In nil cases where wheat flour is culled C. N. Shaw to th'ir'a..:- that in the United States fourteen wore cur on I their .goal. shooting, itt lu'r- ,' I: \1 CASE I: ox: ITS VI

TIME: OF SHOOTING: sold one or more of these substitutesmust on and asked him about the reports spies i hd boon executed I since tin) wi o I tho score would hnvo l'Il'1 larger. ]j MERITSScnvtaiy f
accompany wheat flour in u he hut! 1 been circulating. It is alleged la-ginning_: of the war. wit h Germany..McMII.LVN'JONKS The result of I this gauif put Stnrkobai'K
Jacksonville Jan. 2 ft.-Indicted ration of one pound of fcubstitutc* to he reiterated his statement that they VVV- --- - --- -- in I the ring for itt Ploul- i i I Maker( i in n letter I to district -
by the grand jury. Edith Owens one pound of wheat flour. This ratio had stolen cotton from him, hut. upon} : : : (: Ihil|*. I draft 11/.nl/ I board, (1)(1 tho
a young woman 17 years of age, was shall be observed in nil sales largeor learning. that the family had Keen Tbo line up\' of the two \'lnlal' as ruling I I est uI 1 by the I"Iart that
the circuit court for Lee the whom Married ut the home of I the bride'sgnindmotlicr I I contracted .
brought into trial small. ( ciney, one of witnesses I Inl Ilrrlnj1 I ;May
the indictment alleging that Edith Sales of flour by retailers in townsor he had said would testify to his assertions \ lm..l. A. :McMillian a and folln111'1tC.. 111', Kle'l,I iter, for I 11"1 ) 'nln..g IWI of draft 1" ago
Owens on October 21 l, 1917 committed cities to individual consumers .shall and that Gainey html denied ;Miss Robit: Jones' '': were united in ; \11. l'I'II'r; Itonsloy, t Kh"ult be regarded as "slacker ni.ir-
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murder in the first degree the be in one-eighth to one-fourth barrel and I.nowlt'dg'1'hllh'v'r of I the matter marriage last Sunday aft.rnoonV. guard.Duvnl\. I''r. I ring'K"nl,1 cam}ill ii ii i/c.I I Iho med I for
killing of Alonzo Tyson, aged 19 years, quantities or !less In 'finally acknowledged there was (fi. Law of the Starke Uapti.it I ihurch I I Xoony: Soelor, forward; I h"II'IK (onsid"l'ill all I such en.ol
son of J. U. Tyson, of Lawtey. The On and lifter date of issue of this no foundation to his remarks. i.lIViating.! They left at once for I 1'I'd1n.' center; Snfay, Sil lii', guaid; I| on I their nu'i'i, .
shooting occurred in the garage at order all I bakeries. are required to mix It is further alleged that he ap- Ue-orgia to visit \l Ir. :McMillum's: peo 1&.11' for I larl'han. center.Tho i Tlio district board's I 1'llinl win Im.ied -
No. t>:25: West Forsyth street where other cereals with wheat (Hour, both parl'nllv I became angered lit the family: ple. They will return ti> Starke to :-; tin* ladsrepresenting it was announced .I..ft law I

Tyson wag employed, as an auto chau Hn bread and rolls. beginning with 5 when they lro| \', d their innocence in iiiuke their----home.-- .-. i t ) I Lake City I High I ruling I u N. I. which wns i issued shortly I
: ffeur-mechanic. per cent and must gradually increase the matter and attacked ,I. II. Shaw, .\:,-,i OPEN) :: LETTERTo : :& School tomorrow, Saturday y, l"i'Ii. '_'imI.I after I Ih,' epidemic! of marriages to
.. Judge George Couper Gibbs presiding percentage of substitutes, ,so that n who) used his knife in the scuffle, cutting I It t is hopod that a largo crowd will I )bo avoid t tho draft."Tlio .
in the circuit court had ordered a minimum of :20! per cent of substitutes, C. N. Shaw beneath the left, Friends and. :Members of the :Methodist out it mm.l) help support I tho team. I LnkoCity ruling was ,'nrri.t over into
venire of fifty talesmen returnable .shall be used in bread on nail afterFebruary shoulder. The boys interfered andsopernted Churcli-: I lias II fast team, having i defeatedLive I ..flu I now regulations! I ". ci
yesterday morning. Of this number :21 I. 1018 them before fatal injurywas Every: has been extended : I (Oak last \\VikVVV i statement that t the effect of I ,11"8"11.
courtesy _ _
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i inflicted ei her. h'i't i ivo service law not
thirty were found and eleven jurors on t to at,' and I mine by t the good I people of \\'II1 to suspend
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w. o. \\: OYSTER: sriTER } ( '. OF rilAMvS: I "
tho i i
were secured. With the pnnell'xnaust- Lust reports from the wounded man locke that: our Hearts" could I .possiblydesire. \11 t institution I of innrrlagi*, thasecretary
.,eI. a special venire of fifty-five were otated! that hu was mending and would i I '\'t' cannot think i of a place in of war's letter said.Tho !
, drawn and ordered 1 returnable at 9:30: On their next regular meeting night, probably I bo out shortly.. The trial, I tin state we had l rather live than in Wo wish I to t thank <'u ur ninny friends 1 following I registrants I worn
: o'clock this morning.. February: Rth, the Starke camp Woodmen will take place as soon as he can ap lie I beautiful i, ,cultured little city of for Hie Kindness and sympathy: ; ox- classified I I by I Local I Hoard I during!: thai
of the World will hold their
The narrative of the shooting affair, nual The committeewas nn- pear. _ Starke. \\'.. hnvo been I Idessed. I with I t h'lc..t us after I tho dt-ath of our bo- I i week:
at the time it occurred was to the appointed oyster supper.at the last andthey ('.KM LO.ASSO.: some degree of success in the work of I, lnn nnd I I brother m I I'r\'il: i Minton.May I I ( 'l.i IN I II
meeting
the ,'him More than ( mliost Gilbert; Slew I 'nit., John I 'ii
a It ioht on Iiuavay
effect that the young woman entered promise plenty of good things to ('I.TIOFOIOn:1I: : ? ri thirty members < 1'1 l.h'K"I/1 I ,
the garage\ and advanced to where All members I hu\ i. been added to our ranks, you.1 in time of ""\'oW. | Sandy Vnny WiNon i I I'luirlie \Vhittun
Tyson was adjusting the headlight of tat. III'1"'lueMh',1 to I 04 lid! some degree of advancement on ::1:. AXD MRS. J. :M. MINTOX.AXD : (Charlie, I Lee, Cnlvin I Gerard i ( Vuws, .
lie' present. There will be candidates :Mr. C'. I R. $ of Law-toy sends
an automobile. She is said to have initiate. app i nil I I mnes. I But sineo u conforonoi* wo FAMILY.THERESSA. i Arthur I lioninn WiiamK'x.. .\.
complained about his affection for an- to -V the following communication to the have )been }pu//.led o\or I one problem : -- - V -- tltt, John IHinyini ::1'III'i.: .\1\11 ll.iil-
other girl and recent indifference to Telogroph regarding the Fnrm, Loan If our friends love us so well nnd if i: ey, Lawsuit Foster; I 1, it' Williams,
her. Tyson apparently failed to take RAIFORD. Association, formed at I I that place: tho church member I are so glail I toIinvp I Finni'is .\ ',cumntlt'r Mann, Julius'llogan. V
what she .said, in a serious manner and I have today received notice that its for their spiritual} "lenders Dry, :M. (Gunter; , John llrvin:
before he truned to face his entngo- :Mrs. W. S. Valencia entertained: the the 'Federal Land I Hank of Columbia iinil, i if we meano much to all legit We II',. having some very warmWeallior.nl .1,11 I IItnlillJ.I :;I !', 1':11'1': ll'itl,
nist, it i is said that she! drew a pistol younger set Tuesday: night at her S. ( ., have recommended a oliartor.forthis tout enterprises' in the city, why dowe this writing. C 1llh I ( o\ \i .1.I1K
, and pulled the trigger. The pistol beautiful i home' on <'t'ntl'lllv'ml<:'. association, with the following: not have: I larger" 1."'ii g i"'JmtiunK I nt .\mtll I those who \ i'.I",1, I tin* "''county, 'hoal" Itiil', Elijah: N. 'nl'nlll,
1? and other physical i 1 facts of the shoot- The evening was spent} III playingdifferent member.-,.: (church V Why du %%V.. e\or" have linyvnratit "'111 SII'd1'1 Messrs. (U. Sullivan Nathan Elden: llaxlf'r. Klliort: Stokes,
Ing were gathered by, police! officers games and at a late hour I.. C. I I'roRcott. I II.I :M. McRae, Mrs.Funnie pens I mi Sunday ? I Our ""lItin II ;.al. W. Kiiisou, G. M. Randolph Addisun, Willii' I. I Dubose,
on arrival, the 'first, of whom was refreshments, were served, consisitingof K.: I Dubose) J.t.. Tyler.: .1. K.Harris capacity i is about :W'l: 1"1 .oiis.' Why 1'nll1 11.1 R. :1 1" 1'1 1 XeniiH Xirl I Grill'iH, ',1 Young, .
' muton yclo Ollicer Francis Smith. fruit" nnd candies. 'V. I K.: :Norman; I II.I S. Norman, shoiiM there" ever In. any vacancies ? .1. P. IillIS I visitor to A t brain Johnson, Itultort{ J"hl.on. (Guili -
; S T. Diiwlmg. II. Kerne, .1. |B. I'ui- i fonl '
Those who enjoyed the evening were We hoiu-.tly believe I thill our, church Krooklyn ( 111"'k.'Ihll" ColimihiiH Whit-
. Lieutenant Cannon found the woman :Misses, Simd i" Simmonds,Willie I Wallace I- holster, W. I II.I :Xorman C. R. Sapp, J. should l I"> filled with earne-,1" worlupjier.s ,, :Mr., tutu, Mrs." S. II. W","lard were I InKor, 'III"il hnl. .
pro.-1 rate I beside the body of the man. I l Kubye Roberts :Mamie i I Denmark :\1 :Xorimin: :X. i. //n\l) is. .1. r I.:. Wainwright : i \ci-y1, Sunday mid. I then God; i wouldhnvo \ (siting I i relatives at. I Louise $Sund.iy. ,,1\I1In. :Mack McCoy! and I I.I"hl'KI.'Y:
., He at 'first thought that it had ,been a I'orla Whitten ;Mr. and Mrs. S. A. M is. Virginia Fuh'h.lIH'I( eno'ugh of I His I children to fill Mr.I, A. I. lionnelt t returned" homo I Clax* 2 ,
V( case of homicide and suicide, but the Hryan :Messrs. Shepard :Moore, I llorlier ,Addition J. :M. Starling (t. C. SappV. . nil I the other Churches, to, Friends, Saturday afternoon after" ::i few ,daysvisit Willie I McRight.! ,
'" young wojimn showed that she was Kitch I'rnily: Hosier: Tilt I Denmark \ A. I'.essont Orun! L. :Morgan, A. .1. please let I the I Lord have I HIM way with with relatives at Ruiforil.Miss I CbitH :l lJessi
,' still unhurt. It is stated that she Carlos (iordon; I liuddie George' Grillis,, H. Wells J. :M. 'J'ruly J. T. you next Sunday, I Fill i I I every church" Mary I Hall I I I spi'n'L I the week-end. I ?di Ron Kereo:, Wil-II .
'At,( declared that her grandfather and C'has. Hloodsworth! and Johnic/ I liaisden I llickey J. I.. (Green II. S. Edwards: I in Starko to I overflowing; muaki'i'vimy with liiiinofoIkH nt Orungn I Helghls. I I i Moore, Sit mi ft,il A.:Innnlnl Ml-:
'i'f, ./ father had both killed people that hf'ri. .1. :M. :MinIon, .1. O. Johnson P. llll
.. of Starke. A. !pastor glad' I; make tin choirs m'ijuicv '- i 11''n I I I l..dI.h.I i of Waldo, was I ,my .b.t ills's C Guy, I !
mother and sister hud committed suicide Frnnklyn 1'111'FI..r..I.
Johnson, I'. 11. Prevail. K.: S. Gowin.. .. nJl.
make tho heart of Jesus happy \' / 1 .
and that it her intention to In Honor of .Miis KcjnoldsMisdames ; ; Iiisden! nnd JIIIIICH 10.Crows. :.
was : C. H. Cason and W. J. The cnpitl stock of this organization; ,'ii list' u hallelujah I wave to sweep over :Mr. nnd, ;Mrs J. P. Humm"ri and .
so do had she been sure there was nclIl.tl'idJe is now L'7.i.'JO.: : :\
henxoii' Mich occurod I I before.If of (' visiting ri'l-
Reynolds: entertained their home on aH never dlll.I'en. 'il'lhlm.1' i Class I II
in the pistol. :Mr.I R. I II.'t'l -h I
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General Councilfor
< I love church manifest it ) "' '"' .
Sunday.Mr. ;
Jones: street Friday night in honor of you your Ili\'H I Lois Edgar, N.1 I Ii's, Joseph. Tlniinns,
Lum Rosier age 17 years, a cousin :Mrs. 1 Reynolds daughter, :Miss Flossie, the Land Hank, will advise me in next Sunday. I If you really a rIm'i'i'i- nnd :Mrs.I I H. I D. May and children (tieo.; is hun Acy .1 u Johnson Tims,
i of the young man who was shot and who is teaching school :; The a few days as to the preparation nhytlllr pastor hear him I preach, next I visited, relatives ut LnCrossu;( Saturday , A.
j killed, was an eyewitness to the occur- evening wns spent. in n"1I1'upp.playing intEresting of abstracts by t the members)" of the Sunday., If you serve, (God, obey I His I and Sunday. "\n..y: I E.: ill.1.Nnrrll. B'n\linJ.I I I :
i renco and was on the stand, fur a close games until late when the association whosi; loans have beenapproved runimnnil,; and;! assemble in I Ills I house Mr., and :'II rs. Silas Futi-li of I Hampton Thomas, Frederick' I'' WIIII, lunangiml'utri "
examination and wns rigidly cross-ex- and will furnish mo a"strll..tfo'm" were visitors i Sunday/ at I Iho homoof .111"
guests were invited into the dining iieNt Sunday.Next I, 1 Isinab I Harris I : .'" Thoimm
nmined. I He I told of four ,shots being room where refreshments were served.At with instructions us to their : Sunday morning, I wi. have our :Mr i ami !Mrs. M.11 I Hall. .., .1".. W. I John"Thompson,
fired by the defendant nnd it was after n bite hour the guests departed, distribution.I t I will I I say I that when rL"tIn r ,communion service.i All who :Miss I Estelle: \" . .! and brother, I:1",1." 'Hi.nil.in.1 ." ( iI.I". I Dell. Walter, Sil- \
the third, hCltaK tired that he grob- having had a very enjoyable evening. I each one receives bin abstract form will, are cordially, invited. to worhi 1"1111. visited, relatives in Sin uki' cox. ( 'has A. Crawford, Whito (Claud,
bed thi: pistol and got it away from Those present were :Mrs. and :Mrs.S. please have it into the hands of the |p with us. Suit imril.my. | Wilson. I Perry, Klkiu: Johns, .Jui tin's C.i .
her. That she then walked out of the A. Ilryan, Sadie Simmon.. :N'annie: abstractor us soon as possible, so T. L. /. 1IAUR, Pastor. :Miss i j boru) :'I1..I'wI'1: spent' the weekend i i YIII".III-h. Joe I 11"ln.... Union Iohi"n. : -
garage and returned and fell over the Andrews I'erlaVhitten.. Flossie. andAileen there will bo no more delay ,in - - -- -_.- with her sister, Mrs. L. I D. Ross, I ) Moore, Align
body, of Tison und.! kissed him.It I Mamie getting the< money. When any oneturns of Lake Side. 1 (, 11\11 111"n..' DuvUJolinsnn
Reynolds, :' !> 'nmu..k.Rubye I n"III"1 ,
was during the afternoon, when Roberts, Delia) Moiling, ElliuUiti'li : his abstract form over to the "'" are glad, to report Mrs. M. /. J I Leton Morgan 1 1"ry. A I ,
Attorney Hnllowes placed. Rivers II. of Vnldosta da.; I.oca ('1I ,on. I nbstractor. to, turn please' it inform him.bo. whatattorney L Soldier Letters 1]] Sullivan I I i (convalescing f..ur a cuse of ,, I Underbill.', Addio .Ild.un. I "/,' 11
I over to to
Buford" of Jackson county on the ;Messrs. Herbert Ritch, Brady Rosier, }passedon measles.Mrs. I :1.111. I Hillnrd, Shcltmi I lIal! Tlmni.m) .
Ihllt.1'Vh'n
stand that the defendant tornntinn. so there will bo no delay/ in : I . II. C. Poi-plon, of Miller was .
gave way Fred Sapp', Avery Tison, lunacy Snpp, I. I rimmItt: ,Fred I .Jmtk I Paul L '-
<<> This happened while !Mr. Tison Sapp} Tate Denmark. Urady. this is all complete} 'I will forward Cnmp (Gordon, visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. /. roy ) fry I ReddishVilliitin. ; II.
Buford, who is state's attorney for Bryan I Ranee Andrews, :N.: T. :New- for his I them. altogether to :111''h" : ,Atlanta Ga. Hullvll, a few days; last week, whf I. Cr..n.: /ilkins..I..hl} Griiluim I 1,0Iy.I Etigolv;
the Fourteenth judicial\ (circuit testified some, and, others.A inspection. Editor 'Telegraph.--' .. Telegraph WI with measles.Mrs. Jones, 1"Illr.'III I I t agi'uio I ).ttug-
condition, of I hope this makes the matter plain I each week mini l i is much : I R.: Kullivan returned
as to the mental Texas RangerA romps very fr"l hat q. I :I i:. ii,irnltgh, I ii tls.r
Edith Owens that of several of her so nil can understand it. I have aimoriorej .: enjoyed: I and 1 appreciated and l I wind Lnrkin.s II few d.iyi ngo, where .) .' Einiel:' J'las I W. H. Andrews. Jr.,
relatives and when he narrated incidents play entitled the "Texas Ranger"is a supply of forms :Xo. 101) to thank you for your kindness. inputting has boon visiting relative's JI"ly. ,' Com', Edward: Itowp,
such uncle, and aunt being gotten up by the RaifordIrnrnitit' i for the purpose of anyone who would ruimo" on mailing, list. :Mrs.i Susie I llardeo I and I children.i 'Vlill "rln"I ,
: ns nn Com nanThl' nrooooda, like to ninko iinnliration to this I ., my .your: ,, _,. : . : ,m.. .' ,: I I.... ., !!;I '!!I. I 1."ry.I : I IJ"I.I i I Does: ,
iiasociation ..,.. .. .... :. ..... .,.... ..... ". h. I..n '. "n.. V. .
j"r" and the girls mother having committed : '''; ' w" ... ,-i . Willie J.; I "
'will ;; -t the' ; ; 'membl.r 1'lr"I'n. .lal" r..IISIUiI
suicide. Also when ho told of be donated to Bradford county for hip. These, i.fthihPi4tcflmlii in tho South. The.1 Mr. nnd :Mrs. A. Sullivan returned II. Ury Dmlley!
Edith Owens! while living in Jackson chapter Red Cross. I forms %will bo here by the latter part government has already spent some homo Sunday mi ft 4'muon. I I| ."rllid".rf. Nlilhal II.wl"j.
county had tried to kill her mother Local Item of this week, aft"r which time anyone seven millions of dollars on this city :Mr. Alvu Roddihh' unit :'Ililll Flnr..nr.' Roy Jones, (Geo. I I TiliM.'Inm'r.Iufu'.Jlhn)
and then had attempted to commit suicide :Miss F.fTie pitCh is visiting her aunt may apply if he or .fh<> so desires. of forty thousand men and the! work I Hall I, motored over to I Hampton I Sunday | C<,|lier fin-tor" Wllilm'iiat I llnrloy Ibill
by jumping into a lake and lieing :Mrs. W. C. Whittl'n.Iiss: Ritch U' of Yours very truly continues. The story is told unI IIf'rnnon.trK. I Geo: Black Eddie: Hilliard. RubyWilliiinis
rescued, by several boys. Also Valdosta/ (;a..Johni C. R. SAl'P, "soro" Tennessee' congressman, who S. H. Woodard was shopping, j I I Diinran I Itrynn .'"n.1 Kirby
while testifying to being on the committee ./ ,' Hai-'lrn.' of Stnrke, spent the Secy. & Treas.Lnwtey failed to get n cnmp for his state in I Hampton ;Monday uf"rn".n.11' | "'lIrr.) .1 i i4' Jidmson i I David' I I lli'iincrinnn,
which in 1915, examined Edith week-end ,in IJ.itford., with his grand- _ :X. 1I... A. that he said to u Georgian, "you know :?\ S. II. ''..ooardIIM a businpH.s i ( I Dixon, I Henry, Hall!, ;Mitchell
Owens uS to her sanity and adjudged psm>nts, Mr. and :Mrs. S. B. U..nmurk.lI..rl".rt HAMPTON. what S+iermun said about Will.Vt.l, visitor to Starke Tuesday.Denth .l 1'I"nll., William i I I I i':. Torodo, .IllnE'I
her insane. Ritch' and Tate Denmarkwere that is the reason you } I H. Mann and 'Aaron ( '1"' Crown,
of Mr. J. I E. (OwtdoyLast '
Mack Tucker who was deputy under visiting, in Lake Butler Saturday ninny ('ii fl ton rim' mitt, I II"w"\'r despite Cl.iss ;
1:a 1'1liloIll'ton.: , of Jacksoimlle the which Tuesday afternoon, about 2
Sheriff II. II. Lewis at the time of night "affectionate mud, 1 ..I'rt :tls. Riley Smith Wuidin,
the tragedy told of having seen Tison A blacksmith, shop i is, being constructed spent the week-end with !his parents clings to ono, and the recent severe o''I"'k. the sad news e-mno thisplace i Thomas A II..ri..h. ,\,uilrew Kite,
slap.. the girl at several} occasions and in the old building. formerly hero.Miss ''01, health and sanitary I I "conditions I .tutinl that :Mr. .1. E.: Owsloy, Thos. Milwnrd. :'11'11' Croft I Ilitll' ,
from her. held by the Saxon iarage.; :Mr. Tall- : Georgia" :Mott i is again Ihoguest generally good. Indeed it "h"ul who verv ill in II hospital Thumns Jay Aldermiin I, Onico I ('jill.
j taking money away man is gmng to occupy the shop. lie of her brother, J. II. :Mott, after I be when wo han Starke in Jiickxoiivillo i I had died., I 'I r. Owsley w"1 II'illinL. 0.; .". Wnshinton :Miweloy,
after was formerly this nIece.Master n pleasant visit at Lake Butler.! Dr. .'rpfman. here nt the bnio. hospital had born in very poor health for I threoor Moody, Win. Rines ?Moran .
Jacksonville Jan. 30.-Shortly I \1,1'1'1 i
62! o'clock afternoon Edith : .J. D. Lei ton returned :Mon- C. D. Gutm, of tllrk.., spent Tues The personnel of the Irllimnl school four months. I He was Hlrwk"1 toI.d i ( r'. Wingnte, Thou. Antlrewg
I Owens yesterday of the chargeof <]nv night from Tampa.Mr day afternoon here In the interest of I is fiiirh and I never more on Tursday pVl'ninl Jut mmli um ry I Dilh, I 1.'n.I riuks. ('luau. Marvin I Phillips,
wns acquitted the : and :Mrs S. A. Bryan :Mrs. our agricultural industries and a enthusiastic enrne-t bunch of men. with i I acute i nt I nnd I was found I and David (;.mt..r.
( murder in the first degree,
jury Lewis Reynolds anti daughter, Vesta, most interesting meeting was held utthe Euih: man is out to excell I tho other later ho hail 11'1'n.llitiH.' and carried In Army
-J returning with its verdict of not I
fty. formed a party to Strk.londay: I Hasonic hall.Xewsom I fellow, if possible, in genuine knowledge th. following :Monday morning to St.Vincent's Paul fling Bryant GriUls: Floyd\ .(
., _ _ _._ _ _ Heath-- :Monday did nut effect the : Wilt who is attending a of miltary matters. The six hospital in Jacksonville. Wiley Mitchael' ,Andrews Chan Jackson .
,/ WILL :NOT ASK KK-ELECTIOX: the Rniford citizens. I business College: in Jacksonville, spent hundred men here lint divided 1 I into :Mr. Owsloy wits burn in Kentucky I I Powell I. mail Stacey Add jute' ,
" :Mr. and' Mrs., W. II. Andrews nnd Sunday .with: his: parent1). here..: . I I two companies, one .!f infantry. in the June' I! I Ilh.I I IH.'if.: ; and,had. ,alrnnsl reached ; Tnte Kite ami, Stafford !. Crews. !
viMtinK in Worthington Sun- iev. iiurr or otarKe, niicti nis regular fifth platoon, of which the writer is in nis, ''X'Y'I..urn mrintiny. nocame I I'"i liii In Appear.
V I beg to nnnounce that I will not .In\"n1'1'1' appointments hero Sunday I| training, nnd the second of field 11'- to Florida about thirty rl'lrs I David)' I Holmes, I Dave I Rood, :XormanSlienlly
lie> n candidate fin- re-election an n Sir.I, and :Mrs. Albert Cain of Sebastian preaching ti> large and appreciative I tillry. Tho infantrymen number ago, and wits n oitiwn of Wuldo, I and (Grndv I I potts.i .
member of the board of county com- who have been 'Illitin11'1I.: audiences, A unusually lar \ i
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missioners from district No. 1. During rnin' si-tor.' :Mrs. f). B. Gordon, returned Sunday evening wns held spellbound |, numti,'r !ff. The forty-odd' civil- of his days In early manhood hujoined Othello
z the term for which I was elected I home Wednesday. throughout the sermon and inns from Florida: mini Georgia militi'vsehools the ('hriRtilil church in Kentucky V Jard..n.
have tried to serve the best interest Felix\, has returned to his homein I have paid' many .comp1iment to the are divided between thee t. mimi had been" I conxistunt "1- WILL :01 uiTT'ANDIDVlT: l:
of my district and of the county at .Sapp after visiting his sister pastor.D. branches of thenervice. It required 'hover ever since. FOR KE-ELECTIOX: : )
large and I shall continue to do ,so Alnrhun: : I W. :\Moore of Tberessn was a only a few days for the civilian to don :Mr. Owlsoy wait our secretary nail ; -
until my successor is elected ami' :Mrs. C. B. Canon. of Jacksonville, business visitor here :Monday.R. I his complete khaki uniform and )I.. treasurer' of the farmers union, nnd he Mr. J. M. Douglass' wishes to thank
qualified. In making this announcement Mr. Brady Rnifnrd Bryan this week. :M. King, Postmaster at Thoreasa, r.mp merged into the ranks. True, wil be missed by many. his friends of l ixtrit 2 for past
I wish to thank the citizens of is visiting in St.irko Tuesday.. was a visitor here during tho weekA I .omp of the men have seen considerable The. funeral services were held Wednesday C"vorl during his rn..t for member of i |
my district for the vote !given me two Don Johns.m wn- in visiting in moi'tinir! of the officers of the recent service, most of them hnvmr nfternoon, January'ird.. nt tho school boord., and announce that '
years ago and to assure them that it :Mrs., .1.( R :Nnuright of the I is t1ttC.V : Masonic L'xlL'e was held in the hnllMonduv teen> here. all winter in trininl, the ('hri tan church by Ilov. John h< will not bo, a cundidato I, for reclectlin \

fins been a pleasure to me to serve the..southern( or. part......._:..... ........ 'J _...1IISq ._ : evening, and other will he held but the civilians are holding ( fl..t :Mullndy Hampton, whore it large this Year.
them. .\ Helen .' uurik-m, vn-' visited" next Mondny: evening, !beginning pne. both physically antI mentally. crowd gathered to pay their last respects. -
Very respectfully tendingchool' in Lake Ot\ promptly at 7; o'clock. 1 This) camp i is profiting by the ex1 Hampton Lodge, :'III !l2m: an.I .\ I :'< -IUI-IESi'W: ; ) lU'RN'S: '
Sunday.;
J. J. BLACKWELDER. her par..nt'nturdnv! Fn.l.-iv nnd. afternoon :Mrs. Kate Sparkman of \\'al"wn-" 1 pf.rience of the two preceding: camps [I the members of the farmers union f Corn Parks, n negro lvlna in the 't
School will\ be out \ f four the guest of relatives here Tuesday. I ned i ii doing very efficient work. Lspo formed in line nnd followed the remains Lincoln sptl..m..nt. died. Sunday morning f
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after a \'(Orsuci'e! term to its last in '
Letter from Lieutenant Owen < in) attention is being given to resting place rt''ive.1 a short time
YOUNG: MEN'S: GLEE CLUB months only.. .V_ -- :Marr, 17th -iriment Itwy. Engineers: iiavoni't; work and hand grenade throwing hope I'pml.tpryher" it win laid to before when her dress cnuurht lire
-- - VPHST-\ ; (IU'RCll with the "1I1) '" in France" were received -i under foreign instructors. rent with Masonic! honors close to from an open f..pplnce. Medical attention .
Open for new members who aw FIRST by his friendi here during the I Th busy days of camp routime from side his son, who had, gone to the was the burns were
interested in music.! Before they bepin "- well attended at week' dated [Dec. 2Hth. He states !>::; a. m. to t>:30:! p. m., are often realms beyond, only two months ugo. too serious for her to recover.
their spring "Special program The services were and evening. that he is enjoying his service there I shortened by some "company wit" :Mr. Owsloy is survived by his wife .----
is the time to come in, to get the both services morning high tide I and is stationed about 1 IJO miles from wh. pulls something. The story is and four children, also one sister, :Mrs. CAMP TfRE7iRLSENTERTAIN'MUXT: ;
benefit of all the good practice that The Sunday School was meeting at was the firing lines. Owen wan among the : told of a sentinel who halts n man on I Mary (rluJock. of lllillgOW. Ky., andtwo :: (
will be :Monday nights at the High and the young people's here nlirl" :\11'. of
on fine first to volunteer from resigning .a dark and! calls, "Who lot"II I Irlthl'rs, ItY.
School} Auditorium. largely day was his position aB an apprentice section ''th'rp?" "Chaplain," comt'S back thAI KnoxvilX: T..nn. and Dr. J. (). Owaloy, 1 On the nightt'Thursiluiy, Fel.ni-
This worthy organization: is1, as it and\ everything was at its best.and social foreman and entering the train- i answer. "Well, Charley, and : (,t :XaKhville. Tenn. lieni'lea otherimmediate nry 7th, the Wnselandou Camp FireGirls
always has been under no particularclan There will he a reception ing camp; then to France where he he recflni7PI," says the aPJronl'h. relatives, he leaves a host Bro going to give an entertainment
or church-it is for all Starke for the new members on Friday whota evening ha pent the fall and winter in the you for the Tel- of friend to mourn hi untimely\ nt the High School Auditorium.
young men who desire to add this from 8 to 10 o'clock.: The. to be service of his country. Ifs states I frraph, and with kind personal regard, doath. The entire community extend It is to be the best production of Its
culture to other linen of education, church and friends are urged that he get the home new from the I Am, Your very truly. their hcartfc.lt sympathy to the to- kind ever seen in Sturke. You cant

else It -would not be where it in. prel ent.I Ti'N'irraph! tho.jgh. a little late. K. KAY \\1 ITE. "","'d new. afford to mils it.'ii .
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. PAGE TWO nnvnFnnn COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FR 10.\ \". FEBRUARY 1. 1918Week's

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in great forceItalians have made'' beg, thonco run N :SB yds, E ...> yds ,. -

si-iiiro, their gumf'.it 1 of Nuiiro, in ,': :S; -", :,<1W .;r. yd<- sec 18 twp :0:; S R COFFINS CASKETS

it the rupture, of vvhuh" thi-y took more ', :J1 K. full line of
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of the"lJ.'l thin I.InnOn !,1'J rn"I :New SuiU ]I
Summary th". western fiort the British diltort Bullocks complainant, v-, Undertakers' Supplies I

, 1 have n.d.01, | an att'-mpti'I mid n>'ar i iI Mi rry IJ'illoikdefendant) , I suit fur'divortc Automobile Ileur-e.
r n_ ___ .. \ir.is" I'lld' I t the Fieivh h"U(" '.--- ; -I. ' I'oppill attorney I 1
> fully 1"1..1 I a (i":1'1" i !,fI-'tnn' in Alaeo I- c.reMfg.; : ( o.. \" :M :M. Gnir; s, Always on hand. The hst service
t'riday I" .111. L'"iiii'ion-, I 1",1 thaI fji rnianyt e.ipturing "rl.fln"rTh..- artillary (' i\ll ad 1"11. d.imiigeS1011.. V.) :M. nt the lowest prices Spi?< i ia I I!
. With the ami-liorntion, I'M i ' h u} il"t" ,i"i-"l the incorporationif '
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h inei-t uotivi in Handrrs and attorney. I
orders!
, attention to telegraph
. the political unroxt" in .\n MI, II "rganl J t':< !Viu'ii t' ,11, I I'KI!.< ;. 'I >' vi ,1.! in" i ,"., 1"1'11 Italy. i Citizens Bunk of Ruifurd v" S. B.i .
anil) <.oiitiniiatKiii ofi'i]' ,"i Th.| | < li.in< "i-lloi -.lId) the, I.it.- ofI1
ircgiuds The 'armed British i>.cort vessel, i I'fnmark suit on promissory note,
t '" the inU'rnul situation' i" (HI-" ,,'1.1'.I mid. I tin- |.ik.i'i-! ,.ifid the itinii :Meohunicinn. nnd tho British torpedo damugrs $:!:)II. A. S. Crews, attor",' '. Registered EmbalmerDeWltTcTJONES I
many tho notable feature in tho w.ii'dwar ; ni-iiiii' nt nf tho iLiiian frontier ]lies nont Huxard have boon lost in the A. O. Andreu \ s C. :M. Underbill nndE

'is tho apparent rcsumptio' ", and viiili,' Au.-tnii while the evacuation of Knglish f'hannol. in live- were lost. L. Crewaction on promissory

on a somewhat. larger M'ulo, ..f the I Kusiiian und 1 the territory contiul" concerns .only Russia The fic-rnians again rinded England: mite, damages $11)0. A. Z. Adkins, ij Starke, Fla. I "N'ow is the time to make farm
{ military operations on tho w'ra powers.With Tuesday night, but were.- unable to'' uttorney..Jnl .
.,' front in I''rnnee and Belgium. regard to Russia fount break through the London defenses, '! >. W. Iungan vs Thos. D. LeslieI ___
From tho North .sen to the Swiss r'zermn' said Austra-IIungnry denrud' early reports said. Bombs were reported I and :M. .'. luckert' civil action damage A ready market and J good

i &. frontier tho Isnuning in the rigors of annexation; or ind..mnitie-"not; umetre to huvo been dropped on tho $ winter him permitted the belligerents of territory, not u Icreutxer ofind..mnity outskirts of the city. The raid like IVninsulur :Naval Stores Co. vs F. Tell Jt to the Telegraph und tell cverybody. produce Help win the war
'i\ again to send forth their men in enterprises und that Russia could T. :: Norman
the one on :Moi.day night, caused lIevI I Norman doing business as Advertisel
...." which seemingly forcant have pt'aco if she maintained the 01'al deathh. i Hros. .As-uniMt" damages S100U. t' and make more mOD Y. This
f. the intention shortly to re-sumo lighting same standpoint us she evidently 1/1' I 1* utch & \\William1attoines. year make every acre yield a
activity more extensively. "For tended.Both. ,I Drive Out Malaria Builds System big profitable
weeks the, big/ guns ulong the entire, Count Von Hertling and Count The! Old Stnmlnrd genera! mrrnirthruinff tonic i iCKOVK'S i crop

'. battle-front have bee-n roaring in intenffive Czernm thought it obvious that the BAD HEALTH !I 'l'A"nn.r."s! chill onilbiill.lsupthe'IONICdrivmoutMalaria.pnnchcHtheblotKl vit. I
.!' duels, but the infantry hm exchange; of peace views with the [[ Courthouse News ; lem. A true tonic. For adults ami cbl' lain idle owing to the deep Knows and United States might form the starting ,I II
later to tho morin-soH which formed usu point for a concilliatory discussion I H.ISTOJIIWS.: : .

i result of the thaw. among all tho states! which had i lIm Harris, Jr.. to .1. :\1. TruIIY- MADE HIM QUIT I Fertilizers

On their right in :North: Holgium not yet entered the peace negotiations.In N'' of 81-:1.. nt SEI of S\\'I s..C :!:! Roberta, (;a., Jan. 21, 1917.
the Germans bavo carried! out "im an uddrcss before the Jupanuse, Ii H I Old Co.
an twp : :!:! E, f'X'ropt W 2 A. Kentucky Mfg. '
; portant raid" and ruined u footing diet Viscount :Motono, the foreign I A. S. U..il,"!! nnd wif" to J. L. "' Paducah, Ky. I These fertilizers high-grade, dependable famous

in French advanced trenches cast of minister! reiterated the views previously ''lorW'; see :.: twp I; II Wa",11SE 11! II I-: THE FARM ,, Gentlemen : for the production are of good
Nieuport, while along nearly all offt expressed by I'r'mierr..rauph I J. H. : A :Mr. Will Wnchter of this
I"i'ly and wlCe to C. :; i county
thn f ....t ;n 1..n.I..u, II". '. tlIIA.'... _thnt. _Tnnnn U'n. .n nn.. ..1 ...: ," "A_ . ... Kell// : I crops. Our lino Includes fpru -
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"' ' :\: f. "t I. t""n 7 r fcfwl ufmn Vtntr* thuf Vton> llliwn u
I have in;'reused; 1 ;the;;: volume; ; t"lh i; ulliett: in the war und;1 that;; ;it was her 110"\! : ;" "F. "side of NWU' d"l 5-;A in or. cholera: 'nnd"h ;1 -given i ; lip n.all. hope -of .citrus 1VA W fruits.uv" l CU"There n, IIV'IU la

fir". i I 1 inUntion) to maintain trurvjuility in the cor of SEU of NEU J:: soc :23! twp Gave Up Business for 12 Years saving them and would not spend one 1"- formula Bulled to
1't: }.,. south around IA'nRrrn.. far east. S K 20 I K.: fienny' on them. I gave! him one ISlb. I and eoll.
Account of Condition
and St. tJiiyBtui! the fighting, although On tho !battle fronts the lighting 17 I na"idV.. I'inholster and wife to on pail of your H. A. Thomas' Hog I'ow- ,' ,
Order '
I still l Ioy comparatively small forces, again hus died down to small proportions Wm. \lorrI'U-Loh: :3 and 4 blk 13: Suffered Agonies Until He der und he has come in und paid mo be spring fertilize.parly
, daily i Is growing in strength while only. bomburdmunts ami small town of Ward City, Brooker.Klla Tanlac. for it and ndvises that every one of i to sura of getting(
eaHtwiii-il along the Chemin I )'ell infantry operations having bi'cn re- Lambdm to IJcllc S. :Mead[ Began on i his hogs got well and thfit he had them. Write today for speilal \ -

I I>amo*, jiu' ..t Verdun nnd thence to the tordod.The I.ot.s 18, 120! 20 blk 2U: m Johnstown. killed them und now hus them in Ilia price lint which describes
, Swi .s Imrder the "'rl'n'h and Hermans Russian chief of staff reports T. M. Shaw and wife to A. A. Hurpor "I got more for my money when I smoke house und that they were us our cornple'e line.

,I tire ooritmuouflly engagc-d on various demoralization among the Russian -SMi of lot U, see 7 twp 7 S. U. bought Tanlac than I ever" did from fine, us any ho had killed this year. | \\'e Nell Nd rotator*. Grt
net.tors artillery fighting ami in soldiers on the eastern front 20 any money I ever "i-pent, declared' C.c. I want to add that he said his hogs our itrlern.Independent .

infantry activities coniiileralily. above Tuesd.iy E.W.. F. Nickels to E. ,.... William, :Morris, a well-known resident of ,i I were down nnd so sick that he had toi
the normal; us compared with the While tho military operations on et all-:NEU: : of SE I U of SW sec 2!) Marlines?, Ga., "and it'!! been' a longtime prize their mouths open und his wife I' Fertill/.er Co.JarknanTllle. .
(urly days of the war. the various. fronts continue at low ebb twp 7 K 22 E. since I felt as well us I do now. i I poured, the powder down their throats. Fla.I .

On I he Itali.tn' front the change in I the political pot still boils furiously T. J. Alderman nnd l wife to Carrie "Twelve years ugo I had to give up X'lensc find check in full for my account ,1. Srlmurr & Co., Orlando
the high) command evidently hal not in Austria-Hungary and Cermnny; in :M. Smith-SWU of NEU sec 10 my store and quit farming on account und with kindest regards we I
resulted u* yet in any lietterinent of both of which countries there have 5 S It :20 f:. twp of bud health" he continued, and I I beg to remain. If"U fir. "**p\own' of n Rfhnarr1 citrus KTOVB** Spray, ask
tho strategic positions, of tho Austroierinan been now outbreaks among the popu John Forsyth and wife to Ideal haven't been able to do anything in', Yours I 1 I. ,"j K u'hli h Hluptrnt"/! and d'f -
( iirmit-H. From the Asiago lace because of economic and food con i, Ame-ricnn Corporation all that time, 'till I began taking Tanlac. very truly, nifs' i intfl and dlseaH A at-
-SW'i of BANKSTODROS.:: .
! plateau enxtward to the I'lave river I dil ions resulting from the war. NK'i; sec- 10 twp 5 S. !IS. 20 E. I suffered agonies from rheumatism For Snle by J. W. White & Son, ii i n;, .IIII'I' ,r,Itrus utrol them.trein and tb": <

I und thence southward ti> the Adriatic I Dispatches from Switzerland orP to O. n.! Gordon et all to ,\. 11. An and the pain I endurod almost I Sturko, Fla. FIJI). 1-8-1.--22.: : I
PC a the Italians again huvp be-on victorious the Plfect that there has been serious drews-Beg ut a point where the line run mo crazy. :My kidneys worried
ID numerous minor operations rioting in Itohemia owing to a shortage dividingVV4' und the me n lot und my back und sides achedmost
; E'4 of SEU
\\ hene\'er You Neeel a General Tonic I
I raiding enemy positions, and bringing in (lour rations strung mmsures of :NEU: run W120 ft, N 210 ft, E: nil the time. I didn't want to
Take tirene'K. I
bark prisoners and materials, or hold by the police being required to ills- 120: ft, S 210 ft to beg, soc 18 twp B eat and when I did the gas' on mystomach Free Flower Seed
in ,"'r-,' the mobs which 0.. would cause lieurt The Old Standard Grove's' Tasteless
, ing thcMr tracks AUKtro-jf.'rmul1 elI'ments. smashed shop : I{ :21 K:, except lands docdeil to S. my to
i windows and plundered stores. Likewise U. Hosier./ flutter an interfere with my breathing. dull Tonic is equally valuable as a Hastings' Catalogue
1 Therenter" portion of th,' striking seven1, outbreaks are reported in The excitement would make mo General Tunic bi i .nine it contains the
( worknic'ii ill A iiitru" ale said to havereturned the industrial regions in Rheni"h I O. B. Gordon ot all to A. li. An- shake like a leaf. I had awful hcad- ] WL-llknovvntoiiic I jirojn'rtn-sof; (Jl'ININIi'amllKiiN : Telis You About It
Inork, but the situation !1'iussja, while troops" hail to lio culled dl'wStrip of land ui' ft E: and W :u'h.lnd was so miserable> many a It v, is on theLiver.. Drives
both in Austria" nnd Hungary, is derlai'i out to ile.il \\ itn the (!'ss.sutisfiedpopulace : by VO ft Nand S, bounded, E Ijy land night I never closed, my eyes. :Not'iing : | out :Mi'ir.t t! I--iri'-l; }' tlulllooil and, "" ""iI"T wl'i 'tin'r v "nl 1 f. i.'"i iI
, d still, to lie acute owing to the of A. I II. Andrew*. N by A. C. I, Ry, I I'r took did me any good! and :i liuil'ls\ up tnc Whole :System.' 60 cents. I I .i r ii ..,- iii, i i v '
located W of Andrews & llnndlcy , > r' II 1 <, ,i .-. % ,
!, desno of the people for peace..Suturd.iy Attackby the paiidennnnistsagainst ; 11l'nlth11' getting worse .
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brick store M-C IS twp Ii S I K 21 E. every i i '>: s; :-r" r "it ,iiw r
: and all "Tanluc :
any who made I
persons areopposing O. B. Gordon; et 01! to A. I). An H wonderful change i ii'id vvo IM: ,' '
After their
I weeks vacillation the Gorman ; war' aims continue' un- in niy condition. .My food all t.i-ti,.- .
I dl'I'W"--1 lot land between Andrews i t I" hid ly froi', If v u A i.i i.
I ,. at hint have made, tln-ir demands iibatcd in ( icrmany. A remarkable ut- and good to me now und I out anything 1 '. .
ti Hundley brick building nnel A. f. i i n i: tho n.nn" of t' < II. i iI
at the conference, Brro I-J.i- ranee ithat made I the want.
tovsk" uml peaci',, the Itussiuns have at declined ( I lleutsche Tuges by punicrnmn I.. My.! in Uaiford, fili ft :N: & S und 10. liko My nerves nro quiet and Isleep I-. ...101111"11 to Miowfnt! ; >nu .11, ,
Xoitung log all
ft K: & W.Tomer a night and I have 1 v .in-Ill of01.1"1.. ,.
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to accede, to them. which calls for u revolt against thepreent no more headaches or rheumatic I
I.. Took and wife tr J. W. pains ''' lo\or n'ld fi\or) F "i"<\
The h'I'1nf the <(<: regime in (; of
iermans kind.
/ as enunciated "rrnllll AnIlIIlIn'm"nt .\n any If I had got hold of Turinac . .
portion of NWU of ( vou c in i-r i i ivi
hy ( ieneral HolFiimn, one oftheir i. maile that Count Von twelve I *
SWU' MC15 twp S II 2_> E W of S. years ago never woul 11\ ,' \\JI. lIill.l vllrll'll"d "t ca"U.. K"" "
t chief delegates to the Hertling, the imperial, tiermun chancellor havp hud to
peace con ,\. I., give up my store a cd I '
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right of way. bouutltul Jlovs'orB, with \vlii li '
ference ,
will farm
hO fur form un shortly make a further I .
barrier for thu Ilolsheviki statement regarding the telgiiin! ques G. W. Hurst and wife to Nathan Tnnlac is sold by C. P. Cason. Starko I BONES I beautify your liomo burroumiiiiK
which him expressed a ,. inHUIeraLh'l tions, olfering suggestions nnd pro Hurst-NM!, of :--:1.:12: : and SEU of Flu. Adv. : Good Boedij: of almost evl'kif .
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to carry out a policy of no posals. :NWU: see :21.I twp .J S K 19 E : aim _ ) I IGROWING RUBBER COPPER I nre sc ..r'o this ioi ":I. nnd you i i"i infford
and no mileinnities.Courlund Nowhere on any of the fronts have lot 2 soc 1!) twp 4 S I li 20 E t I to take chances In your iemipplv > I
l in its entirety and all of the infantry operations risen n'lovc' Ishnm Brown to J. L. lirown: -SWU ; : HOGS : TIRES BRASS Ha8t1I1 s' Seoil-i are dcponnble

KUHMU'H Haltic province ure" to be patrol encounters and trench raiding of SEU sec 12 twp 1\i S 1{ IS E. For TUBES LEAD Boeda, tho kind you can alw.ndepend
I L. F. Smith n, hog to be profitable ho must i on having "Kood luck" with.Vou .
.retained by (;iermany, iiccurding to maneuvers.Tho nnd wife to W. T. Frnl- lie iI
( :ieneral ItulTninn in what is termed i artillery duels between the ickNKU:: of NWU sec 33: twp fi It ing kept growing from birth to market ROPE SCRAP IRON I are colnir to K.irdcn or f.uhlsi '
He ,
Dritish 18 S & E. less age. cannot be profitable unless ( sprliiK. Why not Insure su ,
NEU of
as (iormuny's last proposal to theKusHiiuiH und Germans; on the French said 1'4 and he is I
anil the added threat wan I northern front are severe nn several NM, of SEU: E'-j of SWU and SWU in profit-proucmg healthy. He can always he SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PROnPTlf :''> far an possible liy I given Hint I if the Kusiiins" failed toacquiesce I "sectors and in tho. hill region of the of SWU sec 2H. twp ." R IS S & E. I fed a B. condition if he i ,". .MI ed? pon't tako rliiincrn tlu
i in the demands!,. further inrouds !Mali.in front the big guns of the bel S. :M. Carver et al to M. T. TillU- A. ThonuK.1 Hog Powder. W... Write fop Pncelist > iln, i I.ot fiavo to In wclsnti .
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II ligerent" again .S'.. of lost !0 and 10 positively tell you 1110worm..-, and \\1 i i 1..1.1)' for If.i tliiK'
'nidi their torntuiy would fol are engaged. Severalsuccessful :20 E. sec ti twp i S R: thumps. If the powder doos not m.iki \ \PimSULAR l ca \ f' ,iriln, \\i' If* fro" nnd will licit'li '
low \
mil! the iiiipiiitiint port of Uevnl raids have been curried, out
good, ,
nenr I 111'1 inoutli ot the ( ;lulf nf Finland ','I by the French' troops against\ the C'. I.. I'ook nnd wife to I.. F'. SmithF.'s tarh..we. Fla.will. J. W "White Ar Son, 657 C BAY JACKSONVILLEFLA.. r.H. t .mil, help von to succeed In I
G.
Would he occupied.In > j < Ioniums in the Champagne nnd St. of :NWU: sec :::: twp .-, S R is .h. 1-n-ii--: Atlanta, Ca.HASTINGS-Advt CO., Seedsm i
theatric fii'dium, M'llTmaii de 1 :Micluel. sectors of the )French front. I IE. tI

lineated' tin a map before the, nstonixlied In both the Ficnch and Italian theaters S. :M. Spencer nnd wife to Rnl.t.. .F.
I Itu.v-ian' (Megaton the new ({ussiaii the allied find enemy aviators | )i morest --::o/t by l.'iT'a ft in Wynn's I
frontier ustho (:icrinann intend it to daily are indulging in ..'t'-xtcnsivr fight add to town of !';tllrk,.. in SEU of
run -fr Finland eustwaid to the MI ion sound considerable boombing ,by allied airmen Mrs. II. B. Lamb and! husband toi Be Raised Here In Florida !
islands and 1 then to the vest of Minsk of German; positions behind tlie fighting i :\rr... Willie J. Cochran-:NEU: : of i

and thence to Hres-I.itov sk, leaving lino and IIlillI,1', (;('rmlln. Four SWU sec 28 twp f, S R 111!) K;; nl.-n lots'I

within (ierman bound.men .some of American aviators aided a French flying I 4, r, S. blk 10 Patton' Mirvoy of I The Government Expects You To Grow Them
UUSSJII'M choicest territory.Arnaed squadron in a daylight nnd over Worthington. ',
at the audacity of the German ; ( ;iorrnany, all of tho fliers returning :' Mrs. II. B. I.nmb and hti=nnd to I

pruirram the Russian delegate safely to their bases.One 'I Mrs. Willie .1. (,o'hrnn--AII lying in ;II To MH-iiro the .supply of castor oil necessary fur the lulirii.ition, and successful

a.kcd Cur tim,- to consider the demand. nnd a half hillion Americans! N4 tec :2H twp 6 S R lit! 1 E.: I of tho UJ.OOl airplanes it is now Iouildin through whieh the op'ration
This uiis grudgingly given, together will I be avuilul.lv for service in France I). W. KVIly and wife to fievi.i \\'. United. States Government; will splendid war must be won the
with the announcement that it wan during the present year, Secretary of ,i :She-pard:; -:NWU: of SW U PC 27 their pay prii-o.s i for castor lienns (jrown in sections where
the lust postponment that could! horxpected. War linker announced before the sen- 'j! :N'T: of SEU and :Ni: of S'n of SEU; I production will not interfere with raising Bruins nni other foo lIffs.

The latest advices are to ate military committee Washington sec 28 twp ei: S R 29 E.: Florida is looked, to for n larpro portion of this castor bean production. Climatic nml

tin etroct that the Russians have in replying to charges of inefficiency Fannio Hull and( hu-tlmnd ct al to T. soil conditions in this State arc admirably adapted to the cultivation of these bouns. CIlS-
unanirmiusly rejected the German in the war department. D. Litchfleld-:NWU: of SWU undN'iof tor bean experts there is no doubt
I say as to the of the
Of these success in this state.
terms.U the crop In
mon said some
secretary SWU of SWU 11
sec ;7 S
twp R 20 localities tho
bcnns have
)been
hat tho new situation will bring there would be 500,000 in France E.: raised successfully for several '..nrs.

forth i is prulilcmiitical."ith.. the poi I "early this year." The others, he de- Thos I). Leslie et nl to Ethel R. i On account of the detail required! for tho handling of u multitude of contracts for small

litlcul ..situation in Ku ia still in turmoil i; dared', would be available during the Piekert-SWU of NEU sec :aa! twp ncroajri1 the povernmont! finds it impracticable to deal direct with individual

anil, with the buttle line depleted !' "present twelve-month_ K S H in K- It hi workin.. ..... th..no".h... ,.,.. .". 4'M... .n..u.. ,_."... ......._ u.- ._ '.. growers. So
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of liKhtint; men through defection, it j I' Wi-dnei-d.iy I J. S. Lane to Wm. F. :\11I1"l1urllLot the largest I'v"atu' Wl10 WIll maKI' sUb-contracts. One of
in hardly prul.al.lv that the Hussiars Di.ssati-hVd with the progress of 7 blk 11 Livingston. Truby &, Co'a. primary contracts is with D. C. Gillett, of Buckeye Nurseries.!
will lie able t" with-tnnd at the present i tho peace negotiations and I Prussian >add to Starke.

momi'iit any reat how of force 1 I eleotonal reform. German workmen I :Mariah K. Hull and :-.:. B. Hull to

bv the (:icrinuns tuwuril the capture I,I have 1m instigated s nou' strikes in Herj: I j JJ. \Iercer-LotJl: 1 und 2 blk Ifi:, Seed Supplied at Cost By the United States;
or !:OVIII.In and other partt of the empire. The Livingston, Truby & Co'e, ad,1 l to
Ci ivrmnny tho unre't of th<> popu1ixce |I German government has begun represHive I I Stnrke.I .

!! alsn. ,continues but tho tnuraph- m'aurtan.1 ha ordered W. Carver and wife to IX C. Fertilizer Furnished By Buckeye Nurseries
nt militarist party is miinaiiing to'' the arrest of MX lenders of the independent Witt-Lot 4 com nt SW cor of SWU ;
'M>rp the people in curb." Of veat ; socialist party, while at Kiel I run N 70
yds, E 62 yds 1 ft. S 70
interest as reirnrds\ the military ntuation the leaders of the ot.dltrate'orkmen J62: yds 1 ft, sec 32 twp fl R 18 S yds.& Both To Be Paid For When Beans Are Sold!
is the withdrawal of tho AustroCirrmnn have been sent into the
army j I E, also lot com atE:: cor IIC> abov-p
: armios olonif the Italian front' In Berlin and its suburbs 90,000 land, run S 343 fro K ti!2 ft, :N: ::1 ij" fti Buckeye Nurseries will contract with you (While it is
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jrenerally conceded that
from the I'iuvc river wentward. The worker were not at their tasks Monj j i to stake C3 ft E of bpI W f."i Ct. also for rai"inlof castor beans in quantityunder profitable
retrograde movement unJoubt4>dIy wu day.: seriously hampering the electric lot com at :NW: cor NWU of NWU nny crops of castor beans may be raised on ,
due to the hurnifintc", attacks tho Italians. 'i workf an* airplane factories about 'I run S 35 yds, E 62 yds 1 ft, :N: :35 'di., the following terms: any fairly jrood land without fertilizer, \

inforccJ by the French and th* capital. Strikes in the great W 62 yds 1 ft, same being part lot Guaranteeing to buy all that you pro greatly increased yields on light soils are

Ilritish have been dellv*.nnf( recently. matiU/acturmjr,.. district along: the 5 of Providence, sec 5) twp S I It 18 S duce, at $::1.00 per bushel, (more than three practically certain to follow the application
Tho indications Rhir and
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I ere that the m Westphalia also are 6 E. times na much as bean frrowers in other
of moderate
enemy now hall for the ref"/"t d. n amount.)
civen time
up. Ollio
E. Oriffis
beinp nt loast. his ambition to drive 1 !"*:* It"l-makinlf district of Esteni GrifTis! -N'WU of and SWU wife to Sidney states! have been paid in the past.) Giving you free of charge the advice and

out upon the Venetian plain. I IOn i ha* bum at.r "td and at Kiel work- S R 21 EW. "PC :2: / twp 4 Furnishing you the seed nt the, actual cost help of practical farmers who have successfullj

the .other fnmts th,> belijrerentu i; en in larpMki fartor and in dock- I II. Douglass and wife to (i. R. to the United States GO'l'rnml'nt.hich has jfrovvn castor beans in -

are Keeping up thvir intensive bom-1;j yart, h-. e '*-t-n out ninceFriday.. i Thoma<--:NWU: of SEU and I'I: of boujtht them abroad puls cost of trllnsporTwo pcntlcmen other states.
luirdmeiita on various. sectors. I Ipv [ M*" Ir.W :r. the industrial center* ,, :NEU: of a who formerly were engaged'
SundiOprmnny > ha1. .. }I.-n ;'- .' '..
thnnmh h'-r imperial'' ta'i '. ha> i I' :' -v fffby\ the inde- !!: .T. Y;. Johr" n and wife to W H. is estimated: the pricos will be between, ? l.fiO employed for this service.' Both havo lived
and '1 pe.-1'Je.f.t s<..... ... r, J not trades and $5.00 bushel.
chancellor A'i-tn.i--llungary, < by pougln-s-NKU:: : of SWU and NWU per Payment for seed in Florida for several years
through its foreign nimi-tor.. havo re-1' ur. nn. i i ijf SEU ""e J" twp r S R in! E. need not be made until crop has been harvested informed to are thoroughly
as conditions
plied to the peace tvinui "if the olli" Tr." -tr f n tin'i, iiai'i to be'i' A. C. Wad-w..rth and wife to J. :M. and) sold.) here and they
and tho United ?tatt-<. dir, "'i'r..J "rf'"r 1'..- 'J'] ".>' jr passing || ('onntor-Lot lj: Ilk y McKinney's add agree in believiti, ); castor beans to be an
The for the I'r'u", < ari'l, the Supplying you any fertilizer noedeil, deducting
spokesman (iermanv r -r- ani' to I.nko Butlor.Su ] entirely practical and very profitable/ crop
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uncompromisingly hostile to. a m.ijority : rw ,.' .r ;-t I''" ;'- ,' .1 or,ii jt-ti-d fyI ..i.. Pnrrish nnd husband .J"l : cost of same from your bean returns under the terms of the contracts
,. to of tho th f'h. !:. .J ',' '
propoMili put forward ly ; :/ Connor BlJr -shipping it at same time as seed
U
H. I. making
.
President' Wilson tieutini" '>< ,nutim, in.; I,; I-.J ,... ,. '. .,. ,. ..,.. ...t ha\'<:! trj Lake Butler. New-sum's add :
his nil"lri--s those upon v\bnh ( ;iorm.iny ,'I ""et up a (t','. '. rrmrr t i,' th"ir ()wn. Mr. Avie Smit'i' :

vould not came into n< c inl.. Count'C'wrnin :i The t'lu'htmif. m ri-t""ri-d ,". rei i.inif InI, t.1.. A. Rowe_:N'a: and.of lot W.2 :II.--)0111'1': Smith Th<* acrc-nxi' for which nub-eontrnoUt. can be mAde nlfnnnt -

was more mi. A ttmill atllill..nallBnll'y
trontmont of I'residort AiNim', I .-..ntr..1 the r'.rth
iiloas.declaring in ftn'i the .
jfovtrnrnent B H. Cnrver ,\ can be hand I." if
and h' applicatlona
tho tho .
/ president'sievpoint, | m Smith-W% of SEU and Sia of SWUof Write, wire or phone for blank
contract und
expressed' in his latost niUlres.," to full pnrtic*
congress >h fubjt aro report-d to be NEU
and WM, of
NE U of SEU uliira.Buckeye .
.
showed" thl'rt'11 less
incompatibility endangrrd\ thi' )
revolution
fy and
one and SEU of SEU of SEU IIcC 21 twp
I
"twf'l'nu trinI1l1nll"ryun report M, that 'h- "w. .1..h troops .I I K S R H E. "
tho United' States than hod seem- have ut. r'.1| th'. jrM-y to aid the'IfoverniM A. D. Andrews et
nl to O. B. Oordon
<' '! to be, tho case. .
( "' .ir I ',
From tho ierman standpoint according Ital':... 4j- jt, i <- r ...'a.i-t the --I.t. 2 blk 2 original survey. of I'.alford. Nurseries Castor Bean Department
to Von Ilortlinif thot ;inva, ,
restoration .
>Ui \ i.- n i/' n hat O. B. Gordon +
et al to S. II. :\[
to France of been <
Al.s.ice-Lorraini*
: is l In..i. > l!"':'r>' ': H"g N side\ of 1225 Citizens Rink.
on J. & S. W. Hid
the Ry. if. Tampa Florida.)
beyond of
realm diicunclon. Regarding
f'I.. i
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0.1! in ,i,>d
railway
crosses line wre-/
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Belgium ho dt'cUrod{ that it* their ptrOK h .'. rot / iI
SWU of NEU and
SEU of
restoration coud!
be settled only ta yet a-- I
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FRIDVY, FEBRUARY I, 1918 BRADFORD COUNTY= TKI.EfiRAril. STARK F., FLORIDA. I'\GE TIlltF.P. ,

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-. til Brnilfor.l. County, Florida) lohnlf -\\ s AH ilefettilnnU.Die .
formal declaration of\viir true to tho }Fi'hru.iry A \P. I'.HS. the same being a in
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-- of SV fourth of A, luu. el. L .h uiMlurmiineil J iw Seeinl| MiiHter ;(
I lieM-nian fot'm. )'eU'utf11>1 nuvtingtho < legal! Mill's elay, lii't.vevn l'1e't'lo''iock '"""" l-: I otter foi cule 1 : in fmnt' nf the Court HOUND .|i>nrin
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I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. : (Jcrnmn: otreniUM.1 be'-st he could in the a. m. and two .o'clock in tha J. w ANDHBWS. : stiii'ke.: l-loriiln. tliirinu ;thi'I bwnl" hmirH:: ofHiile

":: !M...-.....-.tvaMll Mttmh*>n>'..%..Mluti'M <.'* ...,',H.mn. ..mrmr* I until he game-el nn ally in tho person p. m., tin* same1 lie;..
of Jack O'I"IIr)', who uscel to mukehi.s eif s.ili', in front of the court hnusv > folloutnit di'MOrihcil property mlunti'il inHrniltnnl
living! in the ring' and. for several Count)'. Klnrielu .-wll I..IIA 4.
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door Florida .
Sturke hraelfonl \ V LONel.8ol .
[Live State News 2 years bjis shown othors how to make in county for ('"mi". :!.I.lIt. .> nml. ". Illock in Uit 1. 3. 4. &. 7 nn.l ...
the I \ and sell\ the sameto tho highest In Illork l.li 1 Lou I. .'. a, 4 anil 7. In .Illock..
by slugging 'oni over
.J money ropes.Soon und liest bieiele for cash.V. 14. LooI" I. .'. .1. i. D, ti all ............... _........___...._._............................. after Jack I got in action. another M\II..II,.I HUB: the noDto iloHcrthetl 1..1. ami l hlookfl In whnt Mknown
Told by Our Exchanges. German olf'nIIw.1 been halted \ J. KI'PEnSON: lloiili*. notUv .m me. i n .tint. iiiiilfr unil, byoIrll" UK l.inroln. Cit, >... lit Hrnilforil' eountvI .
.
without reaching its objective.LEGAL SherllT. Urndfonl county, Fla. of Hint riitnm, "tttml. .lioni,, "I fori, I : .ruin. IIH i.>rt "itinp' <>i \ilnt nvonli. .l in h">k

_._________h _ _. ._.___ . __ A. Z. AUKIN'S, ,'1.....i.. um.l.. mul, mini, "I I 'in" h.. ln.ut I ..mlHi 1. ...,,n 1 nm 1 17; ,,.1 thi, 1.,101. hi-, r..I.. ..I( I
i a II .I. iinl' > 1 II I ".I
I"r 1 i.li, .1 I i iiii I i .n "huus ,,''' '
1-.I-M| > i
I I + + + + + + + + + + . + + + + Attorney. ,.. .' I_ \ II. I: M JeUIS-..
in. 1 h 11 "
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i The Alison saw mill which has been ; of Laura street Jacksonville, burst + + ----- .---- --'--" --- I q. 't, \IN 1 I'' . . '''I .' .". ', "', n M.i>' :
closed down for some days will, it is into flames from an explosion. There + N O TIC E S .. HU i. urn tmtmoM: UK ..".1 IIMIII. t Vn I Ie'I '"u u I I Nil" V V I UNI.
elated, be moved to In/oChs./ in Levy I was considerable amount of gasoline In e'tmiit Oouit. Hth Juilu'inl I I'irftiit' ofKlori.ln ., II. I ir\ *-, i 'i, I II. i I I..h , "." .. ',t. o, J
+ +
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Kiailfunl Count I IK
county, where a largo tract of very'1ine on board the little cnift. Both ihomicals .. jr. I -- ---
.... II. Milk.M
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .
timber has been secured.A and water were rievessary in extinguishing .
/ the fire. The boat was NdTlfKNollco E I hilliiw., W K I'liillii., .. (in <> ,if. ami
la hen.by ul\rn I tlmt.. umlrr IIn.1 byirtiir I
\\ A Mm-
nejrro/ incarcerated in the Grocn practically scuttled bi'foro the fire was \ .. of' n tinftt, Pt'iri." i>f J'.r.I..ul'>l mniluinifl Hill, f..: 1 "I. '. .." ,,
Cove jail for drunkenness last Sat pronounced "out". l rtniloml nut of the ilmilt e'otirt of the Neitlrfi In _\|I'p'arW
urday decided! to burn out and set l-.lBhlh; Jmlicml.. Cirvmt' i.r Floriiln. In e'hnnCLI Til.int.I '.' i>r Klori.lii to I I': I'liil.tiw. nn.l .
the jail on tire. The ulnrm was lCivt'n8nll TheOl'IIIt.C: : C'rate ('0. mills at Arcadia ,.).. in nmt fur llrmlforil, ,,'uIII)'. on the lat I.: I.liillum, hn: :ifi : M'.i'.1; I IIt
liny nf .Innunry. A, l>. 11'1 1 S. In n C.Haiti cmuothi'rcin ImvuiK Iwvn nhottll liiitTi.liMt' tl,.,it tti,' ,
the flames were extinguished were fired Thursday night but pcntlintt. wluntn' J. J. llaymnnH !I. II..rt.i"'limit, I K fliilll. | ..11.1. U I : I" ,,11\i ",olllaDds of ACT I of our Florid* lands
without any material damage being put out without muili dumn t'. The I eVmtilHlnnnl. nnil flurry \Kiv .'rw unit MHU Uii'tn llil vif.. lll. .> tlil| .rfHItlim* of II"1", I vlll tm pl&ntoil to Cottoa uid other
done. watchman reported hi* saw three men an* lu-ffliilnnta. nml T W Hryilin and I FI..r.ln., ..".1 Hint. 111.' n .i.l.. no .r ""' l >.. :VlnlJ Cropn th* comlnK .muron, Pr<*parmUon -
and hrocl them hitting one and 1 It 8 :iHmnn. -pnrtnni:: iiru OlftitnnntM.; thounilrrnlirni'tl. I ftiKlimlMM, unktiowti i.tli.r tliuti ".,. .v 'ii.rfKltlitit. I of !IOU !. moct important and /
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upon AH Spccml Nmttr nppamtfil' Invmil .. ..f tin* I nit.4l,. Stnt,, <* i>.r111' i u .1
While hunting with a party of wounding him. ShurilF Dishong sent Finul IVctvt', will\ ")Ti>r for .HHL| < nn I He'llto lliiK' M tin IMTHKII. .in "'". Slllti or I II.I .n.ln, II'' tiould t >t1n now. TttaMt new book
friends in Hit- Swamp Wednesday dogs nd deputies ejenvn but (hi1 dogs! Ihi' hiKlut ImliUr fur cn..h At piihlie outcry 1- H,.|*\ H't' Of ."hl"| "'Itll lllHttl Mil .III ....Ill.t I 1.1,, I. : loll how thl itiould b don and glrrnggmitinns .
John taken for rn>fun' tho court lutum, ,, d..n. of !ho court .mil 01!. iiilnnlii nml Iiml 'ni.I. !II. I. ii.liiniM ni',
Wiley was a doer ty would strike no truil. What the for Itilnntlnff, fcnRfTAtlnt: ,
hmiHf in thu city of Starki*. Hrnilrnril Csiuntv, o'r tliHIM- of tniltttotu.ni I IU
one of the party and was shot in the watchman stated wore 1 blood stums .... fwrtlllUnR, etc Irfi to .
I luriiln. on the 4th 01.ot .b.unrA. l U. i- tlii r .fnri. nnU'ri'il. f.'i''ul. "n .1 nnil niljeiilitiil I crnwen.VIleN
left*, eeveral buckshot taking effect. from the wounded man were shown ItilK. ilurinit Ibo li'iml hi>un of talc., tho folli Ihm lhi> until Ivri'iuliinlx, r E I'lnHipH, \ A TilOMnn PKimUZKn.
He was brought to Leesburj* for medical the dogs but the hounds would not >Mlnu fliwcrilM'it'. pntpi'rty. titwit.An nnilV I';. I'MIHi.. .. hln wir>.. .1.! nil.. ,.... lo. lli.. Idf iU JI'"ru-z- \\1 1Manllt
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nniliviilt'il. ono-hulf intrroKt in Lot Flvoift e ompliitiuiiit M 1 Hill, of C"'I'III 1111 n or It. f. r.
treatment. The injuries while notice them. The stains will bo, examined > Anil Seven t7) nf Kti...k Kiiehloon UH oftho II",. 4th' .Inv of !Miireli .\. 1>., l 1\11'\ l in ..lifmiUwh Jacksonville FlortdvNOTICE '
not dangerous are extremely painful. to gee if they: lire really blood, uriuinnl survey of tho town of Stirke., ,T">f a tl....riN' IIPO confii Hn mil IM. inttr..t. 1
us claimed by the watchman. luriitA.. nntl nlno nn untlitidctl ono-hAlf Intirmt nunltml tlic nnlil K. K Thl'liim' nnil >V I': I ,
Ida "Weaver of in thHt tArcol of Innil In pnltl town oflArko. !i I'hillipi*. hit* wlfi'I .I
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a negro woman mora p..rlorular01..11..1) AM fnlti>wn : I It i f-irtliiT 1 : inlrn>il Hint I hlH "..II". I IHpuhlli.lit (
Madison reported that a baby boy Tuesday night Policeman) Terry Commi'ncinir nt tho ncmttiwifit. cornor of thoItliovu : il I in tin* llrnillonl' eount. >' 'I'.r.h.' ,
a few hours old was given to her last I started after a suspicious negro; with neribfil In..ti Atiil runninit thenco weiitnlonK ni.uK.tiit'r pulilHiiiil nt, fltnrki*. In llriulfoMI
tho north linn of NHilmon thirty 1,1) I FI..rhln. t-iirh > >k for IU cunrll'OlllIM .1 '
Saturday at the :Seaboard depot shortly a suitcase as he alighted from the strei I onr Mt i i- )
And ono'lmlf' ( II'"I l fisvt thonco mn nonhon %MlmIn
before the time of the noon train. Coast. Line tram at Seaboard crossing ., I' I
I humlroii" ft\o llilfil. r..t. thenr. natithcrlyuno nittn-MH. .h..r. 1 hn\i> ln>n'tintii 1 1I.
She states that n mulatto woman ut Gainesville.: The negro snw the hunilroil ten |'II'<>I foot U) thf point of heKlnnlrur. I I my. liiiml nnil I nttKitl. 1111' n.-ul of our C'lrciiit
handed her a bundle to hold\ for her ollicer coming and tnrd to run, but 1111!) laiiiK In tlw. northwiwi qimrter. e onrt on thin ttn> .null' iluy of .Innunry. A. 1>..

a minute and went his loud was too honvy for speed, i>f Iho HouthwoHt qunrtft'r. of Section. llHS.
on :
away.A "
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wcnty-eitrht I IJH I'). wnnhip nit (At.Houlh w irr.iv: :.
so he decided to take the advice of of rfintto twinty-tw i 1 iJJi ciutt, nnil HIjoinmir |I- (ISF. M.I t "..riiSi.liriior :1
former Florida man ii "held by Paul and lay aside e\cry weight and HAH! lolH nvo e ri > ftn.l Mrven ((7) ofItlork A. V. 1.0111.'I'; '\( r ..
the enemy." Frank Vans Agnew the sin (suitcasu) which did so M-ily el..hto,>n llftl AH nk .
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InnilH intenilfit to lio tlfRfriliril thhomif
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former postmaster at Kissimmee was beset him. .ti>H in command of three British tanks From un unknown cause, 1fire v.111 ."nv,1. by the "RII,) W II Kivon toJennio "! I. Kllll IHMMte KIn : .
when the Germans made their counter started on the governmtnt tug Snow I.oti. Itivom nnil, Harry Uiverv A fowniontlm rircult ('..".t. Hth .luillcinl rirnilt oft'lorldii.
bpfor. hilt ilt AthSnl llril.lfonl ToiinlvKntlo We have received load of AMERICAN
jut
attack at Cambria. He was captured drop at Miami Saturday. The tug was tiiiwim a car I
i rn>|iorty to Im soUl AH tho property oftho
according to information received by moored at the city clink, between Frst ...hl 1I..rW"'". to HMtUfy. Buiil. IN'prooAn ,'a I
his brother in Kissimmee, but other and Kecond streets. On the stern of
details are lacking. the boat were twenty barrels of i*>i ;,0line. MATIIESON.Solicitor P .E. KMIilir, Special MilHtorC t
The fire department responded for Complninnnt. l4ntMITH Slain' of I'liiriiln to John W i.tlmon.Krei ; Our new goods are coming in daily.
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'. No trace of Harrington the slayer quickly to tho alarm, and wlon tho .tiiiir
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of Deputy Sheriff Freeman, of Quincy, engine reached the dock the l.n.lt'IIS -E }'Oll l l'III.ICATIO\ It luiMnit. John been W Hhown. 011,..by.". nfflilntit.. II linn.that r. ..1.1.' thPefelolntit .ill. We have in of feed. 1
has lu'iTi found and it appears he has 'ablaze from bow to stern. Prompt I IVpnrtmont. of tho Ititfrior.. IT 8 Lnndolfic I. .if Ihi. suite of I Ion.III.' no.I I lint I Hie n ."nlinivI just got a car
made, /good his escape. Hut all hopes ami elfoctixe\ wOl'kII11f dune I by the , nt. LnineHNilU.; Fin., Jnn lit, IIIS.! I I..r Nlliil Pi fenilllllt ,IH lit :t I'lttti.ninllv...tine.
of hit have Notice, in hereby ii\ctk tliAt John. Thornim, 1 hi ii,la. ln., Hint .then' l I. nn, in mnn rmlilnutI I
been Island
capture not /given up department so that thu boat was" only of l.nlto Kuller. Fluriiln. who. on NmrmlNTIII. .. Just received lot of new Sea colton
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In tin' Sim. of I I 1 In- ir\lri' i>f ii xul>-
.' liy Sherilf Gregory: who has had a slightly damaged and the j.'lIsohne'a"\ Illlli. innile llonit'iiti'xl I Knlry/, No 014IOH I!! po" mi upon: : :vtliom;;: ,I.I.: ;, :l.iinl,, Mini: ill I .fi iiilnnlnml I::
..:; dotpctivp at work on the rase since siu ed. for JUV fuurlh <.f MO: fiiurtli.. nectlnn. 23, Ihnl Hiilil l.rfi.niliint IH, o\ir the nito of seed from the Islands these are the big bowl
:; ]last week and it may be that Darrin liiwimhln A .S..1tuniti' 11) I':.. TAllahnKHoo, \\\t ni v mie >i.nm.It .

i ton may ye-t have to pay the penalty Helen Pur\is, little daughter of :Mr. (Mirailiun.'nmmuliilii.ii. him Proof flleil. notici', to. entnliliHh.of Intention elnlm. to to mnko the to..h,1' H thirtforo thnt the. inilenil null. ). ...,.(c.,.'.nt..IInl.lili.r*,il,.lolm nml n Wlibnoii. .1.l new kind of Sosonoski which is given up to be ....

'rf for his crimu. nnd Mrs.I Walter PUVIH, of Terra Cei, Innd nlnivo furu Itealmor & H..- ( tlo nppinr ,Iti 'the I.onil.liiinnnt Hill,
''''VI''. AI r.AineHvillt', I'la. ..n thi> lut duy of I '.. world. It makes
died at a local hospital last night! ut Mnrch. of e "" .II.lnl hi ruin' on or lit .fore tin* 4lh ilnv the best cotton grown in the
:MiSallio Warren was {painfully the result of burns und! other injuries III1S.Cluimunt Mnrrh.. A. U. 1'1111 ill ilt fault nhii-tiif A.
nnniPH an vrltni. utew : i I'm et.nft.KMo uill be iiitirttl niriiiuM llit
hurt in an automobile accident at received in an automubile, accident near T. I.. If.."...... or.lie l Hutk-r. Klorlila. I"r., ..I..hnV eilbitiin; well li\s! large bowls and is easy picked, turns
Wiuii'hula. The accident occurring on :Snfte'y; Harbor, in I'incll.is county W;. K. Idiln.y. nf l.nk. Itutlcr. rlorliln. It ,m further ",,10.,1 Hint. ttiiN II.."... l>ipulililiii '
a eiii\i* in the Iixie highway. :Miss ;Monday afternoon. r. and :Mrs.Purvis l.cinl.ni louchntoiti'. nf l.pik.i JliitlcT, ..1rloll'lIh.r. ; I I :! in the: llrn.lf.ir.l:: e'ouiity:: I't :It ul i aph.a ':. out nearly equal to upland cotton nt the gins,
h. \\ ., ,
'. W.irri'n thinks of VVonhinuli>n .SprinHi.. l'lorlilnKUIir m K.npor |.iil.i| luil at Stnrln. In llrn.lf..i.|
it turned! over three were jn the machine with J. . ,,
\V. DAVIS. toiitiiKliitlita.' onei. inch IM t k for Ilu ionHI -
'.. tinn -. At all events it turned two W. :McRee who was driving/ friomc'- 1 l--velt lioiiiHtvr. cut. 1".. uooki. and will make and almost open before the season
,J or three somersaults and,! landed ritrht! I thing W"lIt'I'nnl!' with the steering In Mitiii'iiH! uh.niif, t hnvi hereunl> net mv
side, up, but k n hopple wreck. The /gear and the muchiix' slewed tigainst\ :Sherirf'M; Hate. I' hiiti.l) nml atrixiil. I the mill' of our I'". .nil' r.."" I for the bowl weevils to come.
i.n tI,,- Ih. "ilh' ilnv "I' .lnmuii\,, \ I I' I'MISKM -
':\. top wn smashed tlio radiator knock-I| n trc-o, thl'owinltill' child out of its :Notice is hereby given that under .i WI'. Wi'kS;|: 1

I ;,' eil out of point the spokes of one i I mother's lap over the windshield und and liy virtues eif that re-rtain writ of I I I. rl. I Just received a lot of new stoves. ,
i \\hifl in lining, and I otherwise torn up. onto the radiator of the machine. mwcutiolissu.rJ I A. S nil-. :WS
j: I out of und unek-r Iho : .'-1-r.t Attormy fin Iliiinlill'Ml I

I" ..J."d e the ,seventythreeyeur >\ lion Archie Klein trouble im IWIII of the circuit court in and- for- I 1---------- I \.V". .".... ."'............ .11..1".1.. "' ........... .............. .f..r... .1\1..'.........".".... ...g........ "no.t'" ..:"....ag.. .
saw Unidford IKK: UK I.IMIIIIIVV' / SVIK:
i ,;.. old. bridegroom of Tampa who I pending\ n way of u divorce suit county, KU bearing elate! I Thirty .''n,. nflir ilnle. limof I ulll 'U'I.I.I. I

1 t: figured' in marriage! :Monday and a a few days ago! he I ll'tl l suit in circuite'ourt tho fth! day of Di-ccmber, ,\ 1 II. 1917,1! In the lion. eien A. einrilini cuiiiily jintui.of .. and all kinds of furnittirer, and have just got in ,.
divotf' < suit Thursday, has disappeared anel issued in that ceituin, cnuso Itrmiroiil riiunty, ,Kliirliln. Tor nil nrtli r t.i
for $IHIOO his inothormlaw .
ug.'imwt! ,
tlwre-I mil nl prUnti' Hiile One Thinl Intel. 01. mini."
n
: :. according to his attorneys. His I law, :Mary :Meadows of :Sparr:'; in pending wherein theV.. T. j,, bi.Inir thu enlire' Intirent. of. llnnly llonli nml I a car load, selling mighty close for cash.
ft.; :20-yenr-old! bride stated that she has Flu, for the alienation, of the infections Icigh/ Company, u rot'partition is plain- ;' C'urliH Idmior MfnorH, in tin* follnwinu. id. s-
.ii. lionn told he hail: been seen boarding a tiff und J. 1'. CulFonl cnhi'il, Innil. Hitunlii in llrinlforil. ""10' v. 1'In .
of his wife, lie !beat the divorce- J. I,, (.uirord. ,,
"," train Friday. The bride had agreed suit into court by one elay. Kle-m isun L. ,\. Jor.es, nnil W. A. King defendants I I t l-I'omnii.nrliiK ll : on N ulile. "f A C I. Hall We carry Fertilize arid Irish Potato seed and

: ". to u si-perntion with no other damages I old tinny man nml some timo u o TV.. J. ipiorsein: as hhorilf of mail riuht of tvav nt KHI-I line i.f W.."l hnlf ifSCfoiirth other kinds of merchandise.
.: than hi.r husband standing the cost of elcnf nf NKr.nirth of Hec IH. twp II. H II almost all
made thi of Bradford
was by explosion u county !'>
.rid.i haveleviud .
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the -int. :'I. K: nnil run N oil nniil IIIM' "u vllrlo.V
cannon ni'iir his ear, und wus given on that certain ri>nl J property as the It". >nrili. Soiithi,. lit nn nnitlo 7u ynriln, U:
a discharge from the servi'e with npension. of the aOl tnriln to point nf Ken. !I.> Si'i1 1". 'I.. !' '.
"\ property I1l1i.1! J. I.. (
iulford
Information was received by the Fifteen months ago IIP n.ur-. of one S. K. 'I. K. contnintnir. nlHiiit. ttirie.foiirlh of.rOSF.I'IIINK -
the above
Jacksonville police Sunday morning named ilcfcndaiits, do aer" ..
rie>d his wife, now n )'ounl'Ol1l1n: of> ItnSIKK.iuaiilinil : ..
ribed as follows: Lot No. 3 of thonoitheudt I
that Jinit"4 Roberts has been
a ni'gro eighteen years, und, according !'o his ( nf niii.1 Millions
arrc-li'd in :New: York city where hemu.il attorneys, all wu-< well until: ":.1.."' junrter of section, township A. M. fRKWS. A. D. ANDREWS
>1 a full confession of assaulting sijuutted on the churn.R. 8, south of rtitiKu 22 (east also, lIt\ AttorneyIIMMIHKIIISI !

and robbing Morgonstein: / a mer- tho north half of the southwest eiuur- --- --
rh.mt of 7t0! West Union street of ti'r of the ; US H\l f: I II II
nortliuust I
of
A. Piore-e and K.: A. Gobgan of quarter sce1tion Ilinhy notire. In irlven 'Hint uii.lrr iiml byirture ,
i $"i,0t)0) or more on December 1.1 IH 7.i Tampa nnel J.V.. hifflor e>t PlantCity L'!, township fj, se)(uth eif. rangr 32 \ of thnt: " "i'I.: ..1'-,1";:;;;:: pnrlilloitnillifo ::
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i The stated that another .
mr"-siige n'l'roh:1I1 !Hast: in anil illlinil In t'.nirl l rHtn.lfonl
containing oil lot'; and 1 80-100 .
had experience. Tiger Lakelast (
un ( e>n e' <, i iI
: been arrested as an accomplice. I i.iinlv. rinriiln. in lititie. ry 1 illinifon I AND SON
Friday afternoon that they:' will acres, more or I Ie"", 1 U>ss right' e>f way tin. ir.th' ilnv of .111"'"" A II. I"'1-, 'in"
not soon forget. The'jr' were out in a of the (J. S. .Ii i V. railwa.v nnd less favor ..r.I Hi.ui II ,ti in I '..niniv ''IV. II .-..".. 1''''
:Mcfully struck and |I .. .., .. _
Ralph was ,
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" ""'\\.10""" noilH.iirifnii wn II U 11..1.!
boat when the- storm struck them, near Houth half lying caul. eif t;. S. & F I Ijy. ..
painfully injured by an automobile I I':" !Iv" 11..1. I" r. .1. M. \1..1| II..Ith.l '
}:unllaat the of Laura and night. Their boat ciipKued in water of northwest rjuarte'r of northeast ""'" ",,,I II I" r I.,Ml., .I II. .1.. I Raiforcl Florida
corner I .. ... .... -
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: over" their heads. They managed to get Hiartrr of I. ,1.,, It" "n I I. I ".II. .1 .1""'" "
ftav streets. The little fellow is si'ctmn Ii, tiiunslup "I<, s.nitliof ,
into shore about lost '" ,' ., "I ,.. " , . "" 1I 1/ ,,
thought; to have been running to find I darlt having in inngo' :uj i-i\,\ t. ill I! "dr..r,1. ,| ,",unity '" " ,.. I I 01" ",. I"1..1" . "
hi when hi went into the their efforts to save their live-s one t l-liirnl.-i. And. 1 will utTi \ It. 1'1, d... .., '1 .1, \ I' 1' 1
patents l fif three i tin .innInr ,, ,.. , ,,, ., '
I $ 0 gun, $2W) ilmmonil rings nnd ; It. ,,, I I. '"
fi'mliT and rear wheel of the machine ,ili', un :\Iollfl..y. tinIth il.iv' Hf 1'ff 1'- )
valuable fishing tackle. After iruhing ; 1",1 1".1'1'' ' ' ' "
1"'\irg thrown to the pavement on his
shore, nil drenehcd with rain, it
f.u .
cA I was difficult in the sxvnmps to "" '+11 ..
their car and after doing so tin" I IMKnt
collision\
.1 l'c..tIt] of n tail-end :

ti at t' imon:M.uli-on the Seaboard between just two this freight side the-y pulloel the night out as and they reached were. At Ha dawn item" << N. T. RITCH Prf'V.. T WEn, Vice-1'ren. J. 11. HITCH. Cnsiher << .

in timo to get late brell.kf'a> of I hf roKsinir coinir to the Sharp . I
h"iin. :\!adilOlithc; (caboose to the j still wet apparently none- I inn
worse. over thoir experience.. Ti miiUi'matters I
demolished the tender
I'M.tit 1 ti.unvit ] Bank
I worso they had not a mulch Brad.ford.
I.." a new engine ( not steamed up) I nty
to start a fire and the'ir greatestnf
.1 I" i" front of thf caboose was push-|
from, the1 .
fermg was cold being not
i I -idi, \\ aYK partly off the track tho
far from /.iru tho nittht bcfein*.
i mi'111111' engine WHS partly JSI AIll MIM '
)Ii-uig' it' row catcher and
( llisabled'j
Petor An unniitiirulixed "I' Ii"-<. battered.I1 an Bradford Financial Stronghold
County's
in the- lire room at the.m:

I C'urlos] hotol at I'i'iisacola' r>Tti
W. Tobb had an narrow escape both to stand by tho: pn-sidi'nt and& STARKK, I FLORIDA

fiom bi-ing( burned to death yesterday I' Dr. Harry GarliHd lint night .anil, 1 ..isa &

vbi'ii hi' fainted and fell against an result was 1'lI'kplup in the citv, i.ulTho I .

oil hi'utc-r at his place' of employment hotel has been ,anxious no enmplv;'

on Tampa ;street Tampa. The heater with the fuel cemsorvution orilor and EXPERIENCE

up-ipt and :\1 r. Cnbb was severely burnrd also has established n system of 1.--- I

I nbmit the back and, lower limbs. ening tho gas. Ari was feeling' loth,

I It happened! that n man on a streetcar his oats und ryo lust night and m.ti .id&

passing the place noticed, smoke!' of uparing tho steam he turne'd it on When hunt for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had KXI'KKIfcNCK.
3oti
i'"lIinlfrom the building and jumping full tilt. Ho cameil/ out the "ami'
J from the car went in and pulled policy with the gni. Whon Pit ruff You should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savin s.

the unconscious man out of reach of undertook to enforce tho Garfii'ld: ureter result of its in the banking
this bank is the direct experience
The success achieved by
the firo and extinguished/ his burning Ari !began hoKtihtics without aI'

clothing I business.

:Miss :Minnie. O'Brien leaped in front A STARKEOMA.VS= KXPFR1ENCK. : We have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more important

of an Atlantic Coast Line train at the i i HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.:
Marion street crossing at Tampa according

to eye witnesses, and I was i Can you doubt the evidence of thiiI Your money deposited in this bank not only works for you day and night,! hut owing

ground to death beneath the whorls. I
StarKe woman ? to experience it is SAFE.
The rl'aOI'for tha ,supposed suicide I our ,

is unknown. The young woman was You can verify Storke endorsement. Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping your valuable papers.

for a time stenographer in one of thf Read this:

biff! hotels here Gatekeeper F. W. :\Ir!!. Lucy Hemingway W. Call st.,

Jefferson says he Haw the young woman says "I suffered from a lame and aching Condensed statement of the condition nl close of business Dec. 31st, 1917.

walk, with apparent deliberation I back und could hardly get around.

out to the track and then leap under It hurt me to stoop and lift and I

the wheels. felt miserable. :My kidneys oidn't act RLbOLKCtSLoans LI ANILITIES

right and caused mi lot of
a annoy
Harvpy Poole the nine-year-old son ance. Doan's Kidnfy Pills brought and Discounts. $14S)24.f I 96 Capital Stock paid in $$25.000

of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Poole who re- relief from the first and .Jon tho United' SlatM and Muni'tpal Bondi 14347.00 Surplus fund 10500.00

side vaulted in! by North a negro Gainesville boy ,older wa* and as- aches the other and pains symptoms m my disappeared.back loft and" Claims and Older Krsourcfs I 6.186.08 Undivided profits, less expenses paid I ,(J80AO

larger than himself receiving an ugly Still Uses Donn's Bnkm Home, Furniture and fixtures I 19,500.00 Deposits 390.841.93

contusion cut on 'ie on head the forehead with a knife from a and blow.a Over three years later, :llr... H"mingway All erther Real Estate owned 7,237.61

Harvey had been sent to town by hU said: "I occasionally) take t O.,, r-drafts. secured) and unsecured 3 37.6ft

mother and while returning, at the Doan's Kidnoy Pills as a preventive I Cash on Hand and in Banks 223,818.10
north end of pleasant street he says of kidney trouble and they keep main

the negro boy hit him with a piece good; health." I TOTAL $128,022.33

of iron and then cut him. Price CO cents at all dealers. Don't I TOTAL $-128,022.33

,simply ask for a kidney remedy-get

The fire alarm program Monday, Doan's Kidney Pilli tho game that
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS. WE INVITE INVESTIGATION'
reached its climax at about 6:50: p. m., :Mrs.! Hemingway has: twice publicly r

when the gasoline launch Emma hauled roconrmended. Fwrt' MtlbTnm! Co..
up for repairs at the wharf of the "'l-v
Props., Buffalo N. V. (35)
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1918
BRADFORD COK.< TELF.G .APi.. STARKE. FLORIDA.
AGE FOUR ------------
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.. ----.--- ---- 1 parents nnd Mrs. G. W. Stokes.Mr. l + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + For Indigestion, Constipation or

8radlord-- Murray and Loon Thorn were! In LAWTEY.Mivf I i : :M.lill.. Carter and' family ofWutcrimk + I'OUriCAI ANNOUNCEMENTS.: + BiliousnessJust
iy Telcyrcph Luke Duller on business. lint Satur- + + + + + + 50-oent bottle of LAXFOSWITH
,,1 : ,I w:ro visitors to Lawtoy I + + + + + + + + + + + try one
: C'. and\ Jivvill Whitamorr-, of Sunday. PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
= ,- -, "ll. n. Douglass of Tret '. i. \sat-mist Crawford!, wtie K'-'I" Saturday; and. The Epv.oith League( of G"Ul'1.: E. I FOR ItEPltEH.STATIVE-CROCP, in 1. theIliilim ':Laxative pleasant to take Made andrptomineniicilto

t Publihln-J 11w-lily, und vntemi as Bec- ii ,i.nt."; \\ai! hero on " I Sunday of :\IiE--Kie Thomas. I church will Inled next Sunday eve.1 I I nm of A H emidirtMo piv'.ota'I\I', lor. and mi'' hi Ur-Itr'.n l by" minowK-i' tin' public hv Paris Meili-

i. and clans matter at the piwt-ollice at WI'III 1 Harold; Thomas iii 1111'' down from" nine hy ;Miss En/a Blanchiird. Ser my cnmlliiHcy in Group 1 in the rntnini. |. Mmnrv cine ('o., manufacturers of Laxative DmnnoQmnin' "'
( h.n, lr-v ('rllwf"I"'] hall ROIIU to JatkHOIIVlllt Nassau: tounty and pint Sunday nt 1 vi"-4 will begin promptly at 1iIII! :;!( and I fuel that I l.n.w the m.iln cir ">r and! Grove TuMtless chill Tonic.
Zc Kturkr, I'lorida. tl> work the home of his" parents, :Mr and Mrs.O. a brie bright Gospel" service.. will follow I i..uniy;' and lntf' In A Htlnlntlvi- wnv.. amt I ltu. hm.. '- I
Mi r.:. Ii, linen" "f llnkc-, viMtid I In ulni-n chief cl.rlt of the Houm- r
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=- )I I I... Th F;. S.l .VT'lllEWs, Editor and Owner. I her i niL'hti'r' Mrb. II. S. :Miller lust A son was horn Tuesday morning services in the morning:' at Lan, of uf said I'll-:' Imily Bin I ndlclt the support. >'fili.tnr.crntle ii'I< 3m WHITE & CO.
S.itmiiiiy 1 to ;Mr. and :Mrs. I,. L. SIIP?!). the usual hour. I' M.IITH and. If elccltil. | riirnwfnithrul L0UISVILLlKY.! il -
J. C. It/t IN -ON. \smciato IMitor.lol :Miirnl, Mrs II. S. :Miller uttenlcdabar' MlEn'fa: Hlanchaid w spending have unit ulflciont' evrtletsIt.. A. GItES: ,
- Mi'. and :Mrs.V.. M. Redding I .
:;: Sunday.VANDERBILT. Llbvral .ort......
es
Worlhinutnn
ill ut Lake
week City.
_ u few days this in moved I into their two-story cottagenear --
tj! - -.----- Mr. John Peterson, of Chicago, wnsa the town hall recently vacated! I FOil IIEPItF.IIESTATIV.-Cltnt'p: TWOI i and lull v.",uo paidSTOP e ;* .l.J
FELuRUAI t91i1Cwl'N the home of :Mr. and Mrs.A. who I hen-hy announce myself u candidate in I
[!9J1 "(/"t nt by :Mr. and Ir.;. J. C. Long, for the afore ::"FURS
A, Smith a day or two last week. moved to Hrooker.Mr Cruiin I I Tuo for rc-nominntlon thp I.rifl.!nluri' ff,mllrndfor.1
In
jMrnl TILL j PLriIU3 -s 1 fAe] ;Mr. Peterson Is on a prospecting". tour and :Mrs.' Dennard of Green I of K< p ro..cnlullv.county! subject lo the action of thi- I Midas ae1
Mr I'1.: Norman; nnd on Levy with a view of locating.] (Cove" Springs arc pleasantly locatedfor I I Democratic primary rluetton to lie held. in Goat .kina' I
\v>'re khoppmi' ;( in Sturke Saturday. I :Miss Clara: :May Shepard, gave a the present nt :Mr. and ;Mrs. W. June 11>H. I re'BMlfull solicit the support ,
; prlmal'a".1
,.; There will lit- church ut VandirhiltIluptitt I surprise party' last; Thursday evening M. Heddin 'B. Mr. )Iennurd is extensively of all votini faithful at mud dlwharite Democratic of my duty If I
345678T [ \ church Saturday and Sunday at the home for her parents' :Mr. and preparing to farm at Saxton imimlie I' am honored a : with re-ulisction. I ,
night. liverybody; invited to attend.Messrs. IIrs. ..1.1meRhl'Jlllrt::: !, in honor of the where he recently purchased several li.2H.lt A. S. CREWS. AND THINK

: H. :M. Alvarez and L. L. birthday of her tacher :Miss Doris hundred acres of land. That a long sickness would do
011 13141516 Conner were shopping in Starke Satunlay Law Misses Lora Johnson and :Hattie :Mr. F. A. Fisher, of Jacksonville COUNTY COMMISSIONER: DISTRICT 1f I for you financially. Our Dis

StnNby, the other assistant teachers was shaking hands with his many I hon-by announce myself a of candidate District No.1I fornRlee ability Insurance will reduce
171819 2iQ223 There will )bo Sunday School at and a-* few other friend were many friends in Lawtcy recently. I.owty of county and Rnlford riimmlinloncT subject to the will that burden. You cannot get
Emanel Sunday afternoon. Everybody present, and 1 u most pleasant evening A pleasant surprise was given to of the qimlifM rlittorn lit the commie u olictlontii when are sick.J. .
you
invited. wns spent Pastor Kvenden and wife on their return be hi-lil Juno lulu. If I'lK-tiid' I plvilmmy.ilf one
2526 27 8 Mann (iirt l' Anderson has taken :Miss Mr. Henry Ttennott ill transacting from the Annual Conference last .ant olTiee,to to faithfully Ih,' bet.n 'e Vera Surrcncy'n, place at Vnndurlnlt business in williston this week Friday. The Ladies Aid Society wentto the b...it Intercuuta of nil conci'rniul, Eiiuulrilthts
itc -- ------- school and is king it fine llopo, she ;Meshri.! V. K. Reddish. W. E. Torode the parsonage, started the tire, 1.,> nil unit no rpc-ciul prixiluKtii to any
( Till: MASONS: AM! JESt'SAI.KMThnt : will improve nicely to the end, asthl.re nnd I.. II. Hill!! were visitors to Jacksonville put the house in order, nail having oni C. I!. Siipp J

y arc only two more weoK.i of Tuesday taken with them a bountiful H
ne Jerusalem bus been omiintiprited vclinol.Mr. \\' respectfully request everybodyin supply of good things for the table NOTICE; TO DEu'roRSAND
; Raymond Norman of I'aifrirl: I. this town nnd vicinity who has any procc-ded, at once to prepare the evening CREDirOKS
,oro to Chrifctendorn is a mnttc-r of wa a visitor to Vanderbilt school last: items of intertst or personals to phone meal for the pastor and wife to indebted! to the estateof A
interest to Muxons, K'ciully" Knights Thurwliy.. : 10( as it is impossible. for t us to 1 .be ,enjoy on their arrival. They were All 1. persons J.. Warren late of Hradfordlounty I
it. Templar everywhere. They arc rc- Mr. 1'nppell, of Stnrko, was a visitorto in more than one place nt u time, and due to arrive on the afternoon train deceased, are roiiuested to pay
rya joining; over the c-ap ure of the eity, tiiir' si i hool lust. Thursday.Mr. if anything is overlooked we assure from the south and the ladies of the "their said debts forthwith, and nilpersons R
It 1 nn event which UJ| |>UIH| to thorn withu : .S. 1. Jackrion of this section you that it will not be, done Intl'n !if'III- Aid having made! preparations for a having plaints] against' the sa :.1 I
,u peculiarly rovert-ntul sentiment, is verv ill .it. this writing, out hope ally, but beonuse we do nut know of it. car to bring them and their baggageto 'J estate requested' to. pro-ont them
y Seottihli: Rile Miitnnry especially, thiH lie will lie' up again soon. Miss Doris Lnw spent last Sutur- the parsonage, proceded to hide duly authenticated lire within one year HARDWAREW
being the "(;rlllill EUl Supreme: Council of the World is ro- 'been I'ry< nick is better ut thus vvi.t-; homo of her parents, lev! and Mis.Jn listen with eager' interest to the\ II( barred. January :15! i. 1l1! HIIH.

juicing over what it culls the "Ninth I iiitf.: w.Mr. ejaculations of surprise and pleasure :\ : FRANCES, IVARREN.I W
Cruntido," :Misses' :Margaret Kelley and .ifiesIlnislnp I : and :Mrs. Skinner and children lit the sight they beheld us they entered I Adminlstratr.itix of the estate of .1.
were visitors ii this cettionSaturday. of Jacksonville, were guests\ Sunday the dining room finding' the \ 1254t.
Jcrusulftii.] the Tplnplc of King Sol- i of Mr. and Mrs.I II, n. Unmr.ill in Hast table spread) so bountifully with the I L. Warren deceased A

1'n Coon mid theVIIIIOUH phases of ilHconstruction Little .1. C. Rnpp, 11')1.f' :MIr tirdMM. I. wtey. hoiciost viands of the season, cooked t. --
form an oHxontial 1 purl of I ; : J. S. Snpp hai ne.n very Ic-k Mr. Enoch: Orilfii tens n business to temnt the most particular tuste. NOTICE Of CUA11DIAV S.\LE v I
a tho pliiloHophy of speculative Freo this punt week but is better nt I this visitor to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. The ladies were brought forth from Thirty days after dual hereof 1 wilt apply R
Masonry; hut in HIP Seottiali rite, especially time, : J. I 1) l Uandall\ gave a very interesting their hiding place und of COIII'III'Ill dude'rf ,RrnltnrdCCnunlff! .... (for' 'nan
idn
In the historical] grades nnd :Mrs. 1"'. T. Norman unit little daughter talk Sunday morning in Grace wanted to speak at once-nnd they did Cube 'the OnefouHhundivliliil
private
higher ilc'ttroes/ the ".HCCTIOH Ic-jtc-nilH Ethel: were visitors to the homo :M. K.: church about the things he nw -thus making it impossible for then.orter Order to sell intinst nt each of Hell 1I.l ; and, incidents fixaoci.tted with the iincH'iil I of MrK. I,. I.I Conner Saturday after and\ heard at the Annual :M K.: Conference to record what happened. and Dom'thy loran M.nor helm of
l.. noon. ,recently heir! In Sebrinc, to .-Millice it to way it wns a real home J. f. Iliumn. nicuwed. la unit the follow-
''a t:!: city are kept' vividly in thought 'I they had, a cemetery working nt theConne'r "which Air., I Uaiufall bad\ been Blnt1101\ welcome to the pastor und wife who Inir limit,rlhiil. land branch towltA that runs Tinet fnmi of North Innilbeuliinmic
.Jj (from" the time of lluch del'iiydoii, nt n C. Jones
I the chinch ,dcloirate.Mr .
ati Cemetery: hint Friday. HH n expressed themselves as being delighted I 10" South" fwd a.. the S"Uthei Turner of l.i>tfonmrly
Milt ;\ tli-Bl firand; MaHtc-r of the Order nf the ;Mcssr.s. I H. M. Alviirojs and brollior I Ii. M Jackson was transnctmp,:: I and happy to be home again in own"t by J. T. Ilnnl runninn
'1', triple, to .JaviiieH'| ,de.Mnlily' the l.isl, Scutt, V.1'. Norrnnn and M. P KowlIT business in Savannah, Ca.! several I.a iwtty.HKV1V North four liundnd, and i K-lit fret,, ''HHIIC-I It In net Starke Florida
for IIIH. faith l ,! last week. west SU Itunilnil nnd thirty foil "
t' hy jealous days
, fit itiurtyrc'il" < n motored over to JaokHonville lust -- South four himInI and halt f,et. 'llnnri
church, KiiiKht Tomplai, had taken, Tliiiisdiiy, In H. :M.l Alvarez ear unit An Kpworth; Lenirue .not'ml IK to be : ,\L ;MKKTIM: ; ,\1' n.\lI'OIW I Hunt Six l.un.lr. and' .thirty fart .to point utUKinioiikr. i
active\ und, usually loidlni part, in the nn choir way "11"1 U he ran, otf of the given Knduy! pvonintf' of this. week at \ \1.' bi inninu at tin run of the' : =
l his but I Ihe :\1. K. church) The Htnnch rnnn'ate from North to South at. n I :;;Coc -o
Jt' HUCCOKHIVO cruMiiites to .leriihiili'in' and river bridge I and 1 ihimucrcd cm, paisomijro. Commencing :Monday night after I'ouit' on ,'clnm lino rimninir. Unst; nnd VAi"t.
the Holy Land; from, Kuropo; Today the 'men were uninjured.Mr. pastor. n.Alr"d, Evenden, who wasrecontlv the 1 second Sin-day, in t Febiunry nt Snnn 1".Inv the Smith-vinl corntr of the .hi! HAMPSHIRE q qu
t REGISTERED
Masons everywhere, are joining in the : Dun .Johnson wax seen in this eletled ni president, or the the Christum,; chinch in Raiford, the Heiyl llimlov lot. t.iinu n pint of Innd. 'r,,.u I H
L .." bivlion. last, week. feimue, (promises. U social once a month and Din-leillt" neren l tail lnw In n mumre Al o
' ;r.' great peen" of jiraiMiirihincf' IH-CIIIISC and have Rev. W. F. :McGuire will commenceaseries thice ncre n cumm'nelm' HI, the Norl'h-tn-t cu,. HOGS FOR SALE n LIIlmpol
number signiileilIII'MI
lEI, the oily of the (list. ('i"11I1I1Iu..l"r! IMIT Mr. Albeit. Anderson. of f1".rkI'4 I II,..:... iiuto|: a .. I ..:.. .t [ of revival meetings. Everybodycoidiall.v n'r of th.' Mnr I.. III."o.Lnl and runnin, I: n
,was Item ill mix section lust wrrJl.Misses Icnunn III tll'tlljf fllOXC'Ill Ulthin invited, to attend. North fatty >'mnli to the old li.oW. I.mint'
reiloenied" fmm" Mnhammudan misrule Nelliii Books and fart I social.Mr : thin tine I dean: the run of the Hrnnch llunnvimt 'I >ireo are very. prolific; ,
V and the tduidovv of the TiifU I,I Norman visited, MlRe: I'in (l'Ontl'I' I ; and :Mrs! lli-it" puhrolt: of -- \ One hundnd and thirty ivrht )nrvl'rhener having two litters each year. Grow
1 to i nil-lit. Worshipflul Oliver! A. l Anthony visited, their 'nts. Jlr :SEED PKAM'TSFor : : .South One hundred' and Senty rirht!>
I puri ,
Sunilay Mirdi'.. Tlunci.' Want thirly.txMiHouthweHt 'nrk 10 the rapidly. Fatten. at any nge. M.tg-
(ortH of MiiHHnehusellK: in an inti oh'l" lW"!'I"'II Klooriswotth, "I'n'In mid ;\Ir'1." : Padgett last t Siimlnv, corner ..[ tln Kiiiil ICi lr,x l..t Sin,I !I 0
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' viow with the Cliiistinn' Science" Monitor this section Sunday urt'nllllil.p", s. Mr." U. 1 U. ( arter, of .\Iav ill I', wits immediate acceptance nnd Minor, him otI.' ('. Ilnunn. DICIIIimd ,.,d I.I-. O mficant grazers and hu.tlers.. Best M

. e y ot Ilcmlnn Biiiil that, the talcing ul !p"" Wills, of Starko, made :-i i nil u visitor to I.awtey Sunday He was< cash with the order I Nan furnish the ti'r of bet the nu South-Hint nnd lama'Iun't'r..r in the, S"ulh sedum'I'w uut, qua--I,'''pUnnir |IJ adapted to the south. JTI
r. Jorusiilem., if it permanently mlicvesthe Inh'. and :'III'''. L S; :s 1 pp'' ;Sunlinfli I tv, enioiito" from a visit with dative In N. ('. nut vine peanut nt $2.00 per Towimhip sixen. South of II/ln" Twmt\-' 011
city of its lonir.time rulers BO hostile ., 11"11. on ac 'nun t of Mr." :Sa: | [J.'.. U'atoronk.1'ov. bushel of twenty-live pounds, f. n. h. ulie cast ojn Bradford County I Itiniiur ,1.,1/1.. Ci. n-, [I Nutwood Hampshire Farm I n! I
hilly firing "j 'k. l Alfred, Mvonden was a visitor. Lowell. The quality this year U extra in nil! Eleven nod 0"1'1. r it.mom .
' to Chiixtianity, will pnslialdy "revolt I..... .
in the extension ofTiaonic illscoveries Mr." and Mis., F. '1'. Norman wen to Jacksonville Tuesday. t good.! All orders\ lilted the day 'I I hith or .. M, dny of ..Tnniinrv 1'>I'. 'I Thomasville Ga. II
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f visitors to Mr. L S. Sapp: Sunday :Mr. ,.1.V.. Androvvs, of Stnrke sup received. I MILS 11I..n1If. I : ; \N. \
pussiMy of ,,fu,'. lie nnid!I afternoon. IL visitor to Laxvtey Sunday H. T. HALL. Lowell Fla. i.ii; irduin I 11,11 hul., ] und II-"r, th) lIa"a",1 l :lOCO, 'OCOr
that exploration at the tomlis under C'larence FlIll'h.ho keen
:Mr. Johnnie Yarobrough. of Kaifnrd was employed '
1t Ml.Aon, prohttbty those of Isiiuc.J was a visitor to Sundry' School Sun- ) at Cud n m himi, S. C., for several! I
'. col>, Joseph, Daviil and :Solomon, d.iy aftirnoon.Mr. months, IK spending a few dayvitli
might reufilt in the dMcuvery of mud : .Minnie Thomas, a boy form the U'latives.'Ihe l
Hint will lie of the irroatest' intoresl training' camp, visiting relatives told. Methodist: Kpiseopal: Aimil.MiConfeience
to /MiiHonn, mid nil ('ln'isluutn. Eight( friends, of> this section' and' nttriuloi, : recently bold in Seln-injr I l
the sing and Sunday school :Sunday:: have letuineil, Rev. Alfred" Mvenden: .1'"
i \VorRhipfiil Koliert> Haul that t thesr
'loniliH wore under "The Seiuictilani,' afternoon pastor of Ciritrc! church for nnnthoiyear ,' CARLOAD UF STOCK ARRIVED TUESDAY !
Mr.. Littleton Kite, of Moilhmn This was dune in rosponsf" to
Ithe building meriting the site of the
I wan a Burst. of Mr and Mrs. S. .1. the unanimous request of the confirmation I
Last Supper.,. The upper part of (thisstruelure : Not man Saturday: afternoon. who desired his return. Tin II

i is vacant but explorations] .ti It-... Hosier lrciv\nin! : and ,children pastor and people are happily loukforward I
of the pxciiviitum lIIc''rn"lth.llIlIlIn14' : !ill to of "
of Jacksonville, are visiting her parents ) )! n jour great iirnjfross I
1 liclieve, would result in thc Ii nil iii ; of Mr. and :Mrs. J I. N. iuuter; of in the Kingdom's bassinets and I I
the torah of their Bret Grand! :blaster, I this section.Messrs! are very earnestly laboring to that I
Iinlomoll.1,1: f those of 1)Ivitlf"h/ ) : I". :M. Norman and L. L ml.Mr. I
Isnae. .lueoli ami. other. Conner made a business trip to Jacksonville ,'. and :Mrs. Starling Peopli-.
r Locally, much irintilication' i II' felt Tuesday.Miss moved\ back hero last week from, ,1.1.I
% l>y inemliors of t the. M.iaonic frateiiutyiver : l.ovonia iroen:; of near Stnrke,. sonvillr. where they have: been" stvii .ii
( is visiting her" cousin Miss: Sll- il' Sapp,. I months.Illiss .
p ( tho restoration, (If JniHalem! and McCotiniok: or ,
+ nndothoi. friends, anal iel.itivi-s of this ilrssh I' Claim"
throughout the entire, country thevent "",'Ii..n. villa, ii the guest fur a r.,1.. -
(' will arouse grouter iiiteic"t in :Mr, and Mrs W. F. Ilarnnpe spentSattiidav of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs
l-'roe :Mlanonry.-Clrnrwutcr, Sun.CIIM.S !' and. Hu"luwith, their, A. A. Smith I
I -.-- daughter, Mrs. It. C. Groover near Deputy) SheriffV.. \V. HnNrlon, "f
A ; \sMir' : It \i.I.i TI\M: (:iraluini. I II Starke, was tiansacting I IIIIMIHI.nwtey -*-. 'm e n r
')'0 'i\v ".\Id; ( 'in !Mr. Leon Ren f roe, of .1111",11011\11I1',1 last Thursday.:
wns n most: of Mr. and . Rev Alfred I'v; ndpn pronrhoii I .it I
The girls/ lumlcot Imll, team, of the Nomaii Sunday afternoon, returning the SiiMin Methodist church last Sunday ; ,- i
Itradford high :School' will play the tn J'lI'k"willl'' Sunday niirht.Vi. nttornoon, to quite a large inngregalion. -
) team from Luko City Saturday afternoon I ; ". iiiul :.Mrs klenrv. ;Voitnnn worn Those who wont dawn,
: on I the .school. campus' Tlni I.'llIn I, visitors nt the home of Mr. Norman's from Lawtoy wore Misses! Flnasie" ,and,I II
has won many ifiimos u : this Huaxoii and. Mstor, Mr. and :'Ih-". .h S. Sapp, Sun I Lois, Terry :Mrs. 1 Kvondon :5Iis i ci;eo>.
'wi i-J roiupoiod' of splendid, pliiyern.' Tho II. ik'nveus: and :Mr. ( Clunles Hes<. ,
jramo tomorrowvill he well wmthvvitnosdinif dayMrs\ Annie I.iinc'y(: and' little d-iui'li- Mr. II. n. Randall come 11\1' fmmJiicksonvillo t { r
and' it i i" hoped' will l hI' well ter Krmn;, spent :Saturday, night' and, and spent' Stmda.v at Ins %
t nttendc'd.JOVRS Sunday with her .sister in the Rising home in (Kast; I.nwti'y.Tr: 'Rainlillir. ,, :
w cCI'l..i..II. eiiiriircd': in the automobile" '" bu-mi?
Illllls.;: INI11' : iitr\K-: Mrs Miidirie, Clemmons and little In Jacksouville. I
; q INC: ; GOODS OK A..1. nt'iiii\.( : son and iLiuuhter.' It, F. nail Itethn.weie 'ofi"1I: Ci>ta Oxorsri'( \' .. ..., friend; '

+ MMlnrs, to :Mir nnd :Mis J. S3.Sapp in Ifsut'md i I so;'eral days, hat I w"'k
kf U. C. .lom's. u-cotitly I Naught out the, Siiiiilsiy, nftnrnnnn.Miss 5Ir-: l Katherine ( lin... who re-ides.
e and.'rtakingdlquutau'nl nf. A. A. Puitii '- I'reda" Sapp: spent Siunlaj' with with her" son.. Mr. S 1'. ( line, has |been''I it
I' Uainrton, and Mr. Ourden, will represent her irriinilinolhiMJIi.s: Martha'Stnrt. quite ill for" several: days', but is' mm I t; ,
( ; u l I. C. .111"" in undortkinjrsiipplieit Ma'.1. S. Sappvn, a business visitor gradually recovering
in that town, to Stnrke Saturday :Mrs. Charles' llcs, who has ;also I iriwir
---- :l1r..1. A. Harnairo WII.I visitor boon on the sick list for some time, I

7 MILLER. lo the State I'nrm :Monday evening. is now convalescing. I
IU went to c.iriv :Mr. Troy Hunter .\ daughter was horn lust Thui-k I 1
I t There will lie punching at Fort Cull over there, where lie is one of theguards day to !Mr and :Mrs. OV.. Carter.lov I I
' y'-f''' on next Sunday liy It.K.. I I// Jones.Rev. \\". Overstreot tilled, | hi-, ,. ,t rJ rr rM I l I t TiItf
b Jon will 11I"'lIt'hIt Fort Cull :Misses Lottie and Kllen ;Normnn regular monthly appointment nt tb>' n '
( IMp on the tirnt. Sund.iy ill each month spent Sunrliiy with 1liRA.lorr.1: nr.il I.awtey church last Saturday and.. + if! t I' tf' 'k Ottr
tr F during the yeiir.The lassie McKinnov.Mrs. : Sunday He I is also holding servuievery .< 1 1r
next regular molting of Miller: : I L. L. Sapp and Bon, llllcry evening during this work i -' 3 H1 ,t4u1 m M i )'h'
i r Grove, Woodmen Circle, and :Mailer wore visitors to Starke Saturday. Mr.I lewis Clark of Mulbery.( i isponding i- fG J ? ITy i, ,}h ,S
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CampV.. OV.., will bo IId,1It the :Misses Tholmn and Cnn.II'YJVII; n few days with relative* ill / t1d $ 1 if1 tl'vl

W. C). W, hall on Saturday, February rl'z. spent Sunday with Miss: Geneva and, nenr f.twtery. |I
Oth, nt 2 o'clock. All moml'pra, of sour. :Mayor W. 4. 'forllll11" tinnnrting -.-
i both orders urgently requested] to l Ioe :Master Carson Norman was n business business in Jncksom'ille latThuradny. ,
t visitor to Kaiford" :Monday .
even
present.
The friends\ of Mr. ,1. S. Brown ing. .\ daughter wns born to :Mr. and A carload of mules twenty-five in number reached our stables:
t'4 nro Furry to know that she i Is yet confined :Mr. unit :Mrs' Edward: Hilhanl and, :'011'". Starling' Peoples, lust] Sunday ,
to her r""mVu wish her a hildrpn attended! hurc'h and hat ptisan miirning The little hltl y'yemghrd si.I

Bpoedy rroovelj.Kury in the Uisinuf section Saturday. pounds. Tuesday night all in fine condition well broke and assortment
1, Spires, of Midway, made his Mr.; liiifus Alvarez xvas... a visitorto Uov'. Ilemlorton. pastor of the I.itey \\ an
usual Sunday' evening visit to our Raifonl: Sunday cvenintr.' ;M. K.; thtiuh, S. tith. tilled hi-
buror I In-t t Sunday.Foster Mrs, Ella Halslop! ) spent Friday' regular semimonthly appointment it from which the most critical buyer can easily pick the animal most
lover! made n business tripto night und !Saturday vith her. !brother, the I.nwtov church 1 Ia-t .Sunday, l both
Luke liutlcr Saturday.Rnnrc :Mr. J. S. Sapp on the, uirount of !Mr.Sapp's morning and evening.. suited to his needs. Come early and look this of stock
Thniimx wti in Jncksonville I baliv being, !sick.' Meshes... A. II. Haiti v. ".! Jaim.. car over;
., on husiiu'sn Kruluy and Saturday., I Mr. and Mrs; (J.V.. Wninnirht Anti I II Shepard attended 1111'1: ,I.,. ,i I i- [Leduc
,t 'c + Olson and Miinay Thomas visited I :Mr. and h'lIdl) Wunnirht: nt Highbnul last Saturd, \ "IIMUMrs. we can supply your wants.
l 4 at llrooker un<1:1Y. visitors in this section Sunday / : :Mixon who ha-I I I.., .i ..it Middli'' ,
r r J. C. Wnrii, the chnld'ii and eup noon. W"I'I'I burg for a few drays .it tli.\: I b.'nu' ,1' -
man, passed through hero ;Monday.Mr Mr. and :Mrs .I meM Wainriirht her parents. IJev. an.l, :MIIlrnder, I -
i* j *. .lessc Lewis, of Jacksonville, little diuicliter, were visitors to :Mrs.Wninriirht's son, passed through here :tin ,.i:,,t\'.' c ti-
is visiting relatives here this week. mother, :Mr. t,. 1 I.. Supp\ .route to her homo in VVilh-t 1,
i N. Mrs \V. :51 Thomas of .AInchun Sunday. : .
spent the W'rk-end with her parents, Mr. Joe Alvarez was n business visitor Key I J. W. & Son
Mr.! und Mrs.: I. E. Thomas, here. to Stroke Saturday.,' we,t of Lawtey. rews
r !Mr. and Mm.: J. L. Brnnnen were in Mrs. R C. (Con and ,children, visited :Mr. Marcus Brown cane '" "teen" :
111' Lake Untie Fridll '. her mother, :Mrs. I. L. Snpp Sun. nmosville Saturday to v I-It. i i i iHe ,
li' T. 11. Waters and' U'. A. Brooks da, v. I was accompanied lij: thu" n' td-t" !
were in Lake Duller Friday ou' business Mr. Iluorh Alvarez !is homo from I :Mnr-hal E. E. gurney :i' :Mlr..1 I.
Fulntkn. We nrp nil itlnd ti> SOP him C. Rynl cashier of the Law, :,' :St r.t,. Starke Florida
Lewis Gay!' of Providence, passed back) acain. 1.1111."P! visitors. to Rail'.ni! ;: !but: L
I r r throutli here Saturday ;Matter Fit! S.:,1'1'| -, .1 Sa'uI.: :" 1 v :S ,i'',,i.i i i ir'I i ,,..q,,. Jr
1 J. M. !\rottl. of Lake Butler, pallet! nifrtif ,.",1 ": 11"" 1\ \\ 'h \ia : i '>\' 'I' I-m. I'.I" I ?tokes. of \V.ni.iumi .
trough here Sutu-t.i.\ !Ham Snpp -i j' 'I.1' .v' 'ii 'i \ 11' at the home of his ,










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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1918 BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH ST.VRKE. FLORIDA. I'V.i FIVE

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I.H koiiMlIo.ll. GUILFORD.MI.S
; ;Mnllit''I'hamis spent Ih,' v\.'i'Kend I
------ lr\in ;Minto i. son ol' ;Mr, .,.l.nnosMllltoil
Ib. I' \ l'. will' moot lVedno.dat' : of rlIs l Starke: died'It t'.iniphoilir \ I with lii'r, iMfenls.Mr. .

Bits of LocalInformation "t' . .,,'11. at tai" ',, oils'k, at thoof \\' \l! i en. C.i; ., .on .t.muaiy' 1 IMh, ; and ;\Ir'4. Jut William- 1 .ike

., !, '" ,' 1 Mrs. '1', L.L. Bal'!'. nt' \\I'1I'lIlIl""I,1.' His, |"oi\!, v\.is. ought ItutliT,. uiiiti'i'ii i nthi, i.inimutnt. i i I \ }

------- - to. St.uUi on .1:muai'V H'lh'; alai,, 1 !Laid Sunday.
'o, 'i tnliei, inlay I is nit>Ming day ti> re-1, in l'io\iloni'o, : celiii'tei'\ I'nt- Tin1 \i\al, lilt ,'ttntt ended' lIIloI.l\.' ,

jfI t f t th. 1'IIh l ll & furry Store J. V.I I nam county.He .U tln iiiilfunl(; M-liiuil house.Mr .
I. 'titer [ uiis t of : .1. :\1. tJioovor; intended.! luinh
"? twi'iity-one ji nr\ age,
111 Gw..nrMo.r T*.ft*. 7..M..f and was among the lirsi 1 nod best to hiivVeilnoHiiny niirht.Mr. s Fhry'4, JI Lrr

T.y..,. M M. C.s.s41 .nob T..... I I I'I.,' !mN here" of Nick Johns regret 1Z'0 in the stairs i of his country, hav : 1. K. OuiiRlasi, luvompnnu'.l !h>' /
W. I K. Aldermen" motored over t.i. I I. il\.% tf
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iIIA''nlUIlIt"'I'.1 about months
tt 1,1 liriiti: that he has been very ill within eight .r

_ __n______ I ,, ningiti., hut are glad to know that ago. I lie wus expecting' iday> lie called 1 cily lItu..IIIIlftt'I'lllIon.. .
"" -- '1 __ I ho 1 is now iml.roingXi'k is station- for duty in Franco, any but the Air. (ienernl' 1'iMitflnwnf' :\1.'"""., !

oil :al Camp Jackson, Columbia S. C. Lord called from" this world t to n better Will the guest t of Ills lirothei. Jta.1.1K.
Enoch Crilfis, of Lawtey, was a business Miiuruo I I.angl'erd. who has been, place we know. Yes, he went to Douglass/ Friday nijfht. I
visitor to :Starke Tuesday employed at the Marke:; Telephone I 111f''t join hid mother who died Mrs. Joiner and two .IlIn were, the
The W. C. T. U. will next many years
I IUr. I ExchllnV,1I, return to Lake But guests of :Mr 'and :MrsV .\ Out
E. L. Uiggs, of Lnwtey was in'the ler todnIIHS Is a I'ameron will :Monday, afternoon, at three o'clock at ago.This had run,'"' Siitulay.
'! take charge of this exchange duringthe theh.tho:
  • city Tuesday. that made, his friend. Mr. and :Mrs. G. C. UriirirerM wereseen
    who have not dues for HM8 everyone : Ho
    paid ) III'requesh',1 \! 110ly
    I day and E. A. II.il] will havecharge in this community Sun.liiy !
    had been member of the e'4N
    to do this a Huptist
    Ladies' coats and coat suita going of the night thift. BO ut meeting.Mrs. church for years n member of the :\1 II rH.lllth; and I Pan :M.inn drove

    [at cost at Sternbertt'a. over to Lulu :Saturday:>
    China drove n. Y. P. U. snob
    Our line of shoes is!! larger than : John Stan>ll.lI has gone to and attended the Sundayschool :Mrs F. J. liroover; > of near Lathe -

    :Mike Klondes was in Jacksonvilleon ever. Sternbcrg'a.Mr. Providence to visit a1 the home of her services until hi' loft prayer home. meeting Ruder, were neon in this mniuiiitv. .
    father Mr. John Hardin while her
    [ business Thursday. lie loaves to mourn his death, a Sunday. r
    N.: T. Hitch recently hud us brother Charlie Hurdin, i is at homo father, ;Mr., .1 I11ri! Minton I a stepmother I Kev. K. R. Dukes, of Pukiflllnl. I a it I

    i J. S. Sapp was omong the callers visitors at his home, Miss Marvin on u furlough\ from Camp Jackson. :Mrs. 1.lIalintnn; a brother hi is regular npiuintniont| atOll A',,n "

    rat the Telegraph ollice Saturday. Hitch, of H.1ifordIr.: C. C. Hound- Janice :Minton, Jr.. a step-brother, J. Saturday unit Sunday.Mr. Shoulders ,
    tree, of HavMhorne :Mig Pearl Tet- Wo have n few of those handsome, Ct. :Minton.1 step-sister, Maude Min: : andIr Kitch! Nettle. .. i iProvidence
    a '
    E 1 Cedar Key oysters fresh every day. Stone, of Lawtey Mrs. John Kitih und specially priced front doors ]I. ft. ton. several uncles and aunts, 1 bcki.les. spent t the week etui with, All Baking \

    Brymer's fish market, phone 109.S. daughter ;Miss F.ll'ie of N'eals.!! Nothing: auMs so much to the appearance it number ut' other relatives and a host pllr"11t.Ir.: anti :Mrs.v.. K. Aldeinum. , Cares

    of your home as u distinctive of friends.! A FRIEND.;:oi 4"il '
    Banana pf'cial-'or Friday and I entrance. -- --. _. -- ;Mr. I IV.. :'Intton. of 1'aliMtin.-, I i- (+
    Thin CAU'MKT: .J'I
    1). Dukes of Brooker in il
    was
    urduy only. Carload to pell. I5c perdown QUIGLEY LUMBER: & SUPPLY CO. :\(111IUR) ( ': seen in this eommunity one il.iv lam:
    FStnrke Monday. in nil I'tkinqIli' i.I i.
    weak tilt s; ;
    ; 2 dozen :;;I'. JPi.IJO:; per hundll For Improvements?
    delivered in city; $2.75: per ( ) To The TUN Pajcr of Krndforil ;bar tint, ;Mm. Flion 1. ,ItI1I t'ld. ..ii'Midway ',II' ',ll'ti' Like quick r

    E. A. Stanford of Snpp was!! a business livered to any point in the county.Mike's I County intended thumb .it :So: it'tCreek I It .1I'. tunIoIiht.; )
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    visitor to :Starke Monday.Messrs. ..TV.. Kitten and I>. W. ;Moore of
    )
    Fruit Store. The tax books will closo! the first Saturday. .1I.H'd htI ,
    '. :ILt: :1: \: up ,-
    Theresa tllwn'dn""a .
    in
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    I were ) Jay nf April. UK the law diverts.Please I'rof." K.: 1 K.: I'oppell \i-ito.l, ..tar, III'- Ii-tut-.
    ll'I
    I urn "ti I I I '
    :\Ir.I.orr: signified his intention of t f
    : (!iU>l. Itensley and Allan I:. A. WelN, who has been stationedat take notice mid gmt ern yourselves ii'llool List Tuesday. t.t,. 'i ;.' v. rliout fair ,
    Canova Saturday in Waldo. planting lOll( acres to castor beans and ;Mr, v ... I
    spent Norfolk: Va., bus been transferredto :Mr. (fatten listed Itlegins aiTordingly.t I \l.ii/ |(l.i kui-l.loi. ii "'' i.I l in" II nnn \.01111".1, ni.lUca( iI i
    the battleship :South Carolina He up fur 7 ncres. I I n. M. DOW I IXC.M.M ;. nii01 in tin .""1111"01\! I 1..1 i | '|1''i"., I t'iiI I : I' .I'M'! ,
    to look. like Bradford, Count
    C.l liurn.sed of Jacksonville, was in v ,1.1V
    transferred and : TI\ e"n.t",
    was on January 10th
    } Starkc Sunday, spending the day with writes that he likes the life on ono of farmers! are coming to the assistance! ; \li I \\' \ I 1"1'' I . 'IJ i If; .i\ l I'>"uir, CAULSI : e'T' '' :;:'T '
    of the in haiulsome I )
    government u man I
    > relatives. Undo Sam's di-eu.lnaun-hU tine. I I 'I 1''.I.". I I lu II" I I l |1'> I I. I ,iiI ". I II

    rs. ner. C LASSIFIE ]j I I': ,ill. i ..1 ml.i\, DIUtJ': PH.rJDEU i, : 't!

    Mr. and ;Mrs. C. A. Mixon were Millinery at cost. StcrnberK's. ,, ,. .
    PIANO, inviru I I Mi. mOl t Ifi.'fnl t Ii .n'" ll f' s k'lvt* ,
    *; business, visitors to Jacksonville ono ADVERTISING II"., I f. "II I I "It, ,, 4 ll II I ll, it-? ) '! .1
    !|i day last week.: M i 1. .. 1,1.1 I.. 111 .f It i I II t .' rn.wl I' I'-n I i
    Mrs. C. A. :Misses _. -I .
    t r.imainl Myrtle :\l re. Nelle Hamrick Hughes( presented - - I f"", I. ", n. I 1,1 lll.ll' .' 'll Ik I I l. I I'll' '
    heldrake and Inez Anderson nucompunied I I I 10 r |1'i \'. -' lli.it.' il I t Ii" .' II"I i 1 ,
    :Miss Rosemary !Hull, of Lawtey, was \ :Miss CU'o Mitchell! and Miss Anna r-'oit: :s \i I't ,inui" h. If'. I I'', l'' I S ,\ I t.. I I. 'I'I IMIIKlt,' 'line' th-Ieu
    :11'lbl'l.t
    5, u guest lust Thursday at the home of 'motored to Jacksonville by Anderson Canon in n piano recital lust vevening I-'rli't-iMi, ,, |I'la: ,'iin :-:tark! <>. \I, ,." I t'I ', I 1., ". .11,1. ..01. l I uy. u Jlldt'm', *'I
    Thursday and the Hl'hoollluditlll'ium. r i -"' i .1 I. ii melt old 4:
    her undo :Mr. N. H. Hull. spent the day. at high 1.ihn; : ' ,. I 'I Broken L""it in. u, y II,11I.I i iC
    Thno talented !adios \ assisted i-il
    young Day AS RacsvedWaapecisleonllaiOldvrv r. i I II y"u'Irl. runt' ,ar"nlv' tmh' it'"r. !
    in the recital by :Sir. Leo .
    l'' d l It I lll\l hn I U p"vd' A ,
    IJawson> came down from :Mrs. C. A. Marks and children, Canova who sang two splendid' 1 numbers FOU HI.IO: ( ,nn fen.' mw, iv>u milk .. 140 /ORSTTiI WrfyRttat STn I ,11" ..,!1,1\, Hi- II !". lo.d fjIIICUEST .J
    s' Jacksonville and spent Sunday with :Misses Ella May Long, Anna Cunovu, anti Mrs. Hughes/ who gave a iiitr. Ininii1.li.it.di'livi'i'j.' '. :V; I 1\! I I\.il!, "II"Ii s.
    his parents, :Mr. and Mr. J. U. Davis. Florence :Matthews ;Messrs. Harold most natural and amusing rending./ Mult.FOB I i4 y".kp"ou"TIl. J

    Wall and Allan Cnnovu motored down The stage was beautifully demented) + VII.MYr Wten you u1.'
    Ford tops and curtains complete to ( ;iuinesvtllo last Sunday afternoon. with palmettos and, :Spanish muss, and 1.1--0111: building lumlior .i'l: I I

    3.1.311.1.: : t.eviton. Starkc. ;Misses, Cunovn and Mitchell; were the Si/.CS also old corrugated' /: Iron" I Ii: via, tt ..
    I lnJrid, bake Rutlor. I I-JitiVVANTKD t rT QllAl.ri Y 1 -
    After pleasant visit here, with of hothouse
    a recipients of eelJuisit'; hoiniuetri _.. c t
    ;MrAiia, : 1'UI'IIU1', of Jacksonville :\r'! :<. Lalla Chucn and Mrs J. W. pi.se and/ forns." ;Mr.. Iluglieirennteil --- oink-- t"i MIC.IIFSTAWAHUS A iI t
    !. spelt| t the \\fiU-cnd: with her sister :Olo'gllnh'; Knton/t.i(;: "returned It) her | l the young l.-idlo with, at- ;: Good: limn to r : 'A-

    ?;"; :MrA" /. Adkms.Mis 'I home in Jacksonville last ;Monday afternoon. tiai'tivoly engraved certillculot settnig I'UPMI.' Apply to II. (I..Si.:: MI", MStni 1. i is

    out th.it'they: had iinshed( ten gradesin .. 'Ko. .M.i. .' I 'I i A. ati
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    ; L. A. Does of Mayo has been music. T hc evening's perfatinnaei, '
    Mihihe.)' daughterlrs., Lorenzo Special sivlo going on ut the Cash: t,':.titlell to the excellent training, the FOR S.Ill;--A No. I llnl.t.t in t

    9.I: I I ,'''11. Department Store. pupils. hud received and also to the industry with heifer" calf. Heavy ,null. ,, i
    I -- und !dent of the young ladies.Mr. See' ((0'. I'. Iloll illiiirsw.irlli( , sink t . .

    I b:;' : : Mr. and ;Mrs. MeLaurin: of Fair- Leo Cuniivu'H voice is n general' Kin. -' I ti To Cure a Cold 'In Ono fa- .

    Sternbig.. liiirn Ga., Mho are spending. the winter fuvoriti; herr, and. the audience were Tik'M, 1111".M"v..I0"' ..,.. It.btu.the'
    ?_ __ here with Dr. and Mrs. O. L. delighted! with the splendid volume and 10 AfKKS; Ciiind. land afoul I ,mil." I r'I ", I II. l III I l he .,.]..I n.. Ik* oil II.CCllM.
    who has spent Hayneg, went down to Lake Geneva and clearness of his tones. Itolovv we northeast of Starki Will -.ell\ t . .r't. l ,itIt\ t . II fruit, 1 li> lilt" *.
    :,*: ;Miss, Eunice Ellis I .t- . s., ... ".r ", ,urn bat. "Ie.
    the l past seveiul' months in Starke, will Tuesday for a visit. give the artistic program! rendered: cheap' ur Inuit for Ford! touring! .n
    5?> ,, lute tninoriow for Atlanta. Parade Review. -(Knprlemun: ) J. :'>Motliony, Lakoland, Flu I I-I I't Jt .

    :Mrs. Anglo Sternberg bail returned Misses Canovu and :Mitchell ------------ _- - (i.

    null-\Iy-Tism-Antil..ptic.; relieves from Jacksonville whore she has been RhapsodiC 2. _ _ -.KYunz-Liszt( zt) Foil SAI.H Sccon.l. hand boiler. engines -

    Rheumatism, Sprains, Neuralgia: etc. visiting her daughter Mra. K. A.nal'bour. :Militairo:Miss Canova.Polouniso Op. -to., _.(Chopin) and all kindl) of mni'liinery nf. Farming in Florida Under '

    ,
    the! Southern Turpentine C. Address
    Miss :Mitchell
    c' :Mr. Robert Gunter and family have R. : Lake Htitler It. -Favorable Conditions-
    When I was Dreamer.. ___(Alstync/ ) M.igid, or
    moved from Lawtey to Ktarki'an.l: orooccupying t'hufas and seed peanuts. N. 13.Hull. :Mr. Leo Canova CloIJnmrt Oail.i. 12-2l-: :tt.RCv'ARr tins brought comfort nn.l
    n cottage near the depot. Lost Hope _______-- __(CoUsohulk) -- Invest flute t II.! ..". .uiulttiun* and lot, nlitir. where. Mood ,,,com'I'I,
    :Miss Canova : ) FOR)! UKTUKN\! I will par' 1 Inficl may vrl l hr t lonflht| At rrunonpblr ".H.. .. I having
    Miss Carrie Darby returned :Monday :Mrs.Vm.. Kdwurds: hUM returned Hustle of Spring Christian< Binding) n rcasuiialili1 reward fur tin1" Churn, mutate good.rh.ale.clurchesnudtrnn.porlniota. '

    from a delightful visit to relatives home after H visit of several weeks :Miss ;MitchellHeading. of two pointer ,dogs slinved' ur I The Florida l East Coast RailwayIFI.alir
    with Mrs. U. O. Diiniel in
    in Jacksonville.Mi . Jackson
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    .t tnlf'M from month
    ___ P (L\ Lover's Qunvn!11 I m"nr HI .
    ville. Miss I Itujrlics[ old niinii'il "Funny." On.-. ::1! ycnrtold / f SK.I.I. ihr?' M11odrl\ Lend Co. r
    through ,iln .,ili...nliarv .1 errina
    conipanir
    ; .'1'''. Oscar Wutors and J. N. - --- :Midsummer Night's Dreurn. . nanii'd "Flirt.1 O. I.. (1'iiyiir. I G..l.nd. .. Co .l liiiltioln Co flat Ukri-c l Imlir.. t'o own. and t

    I1l1n, .111. of Hrooker, were in Starke Private John. \Villiurd. of Camp - - - .- _ ( Mcndelssiilin ) Stnrko. It. I linn lormilr l.iricIHLlt nuilnhln. for (Inrmn nnd truck. Kl'dell. 1
    Thin! -Il!.ty. Wheelervho has: been upending u Miss Canova I _.
    brief with his ------- --- ----- -- -- Irerdlu.rrntrdhirrntuvonrrqueat, | You qur>lionaniwerad
    furlough parents nearStarke The Klattert-r. . (Cecille (Chnminuile) UJMIiKtl: CROSS T1KS FARM; in Jelud Ail.Jreen
    .\ .1. Johns of Frostproof, Polk will return to duty today. Miss Mitchell t
    I.AND-IIOOO aori', ::17 niilrH wet I J. E.: INCIKAHAM. Virr-PrrMilenl
    h ('auull., } i- here" this week looking after - -------- The Two firenudiers Op. 49 _ '
    I of
    - .lllI'k nllvillp. Kqtimntfil: to rat JA9! l U irSC.KAIIAM. !t.lo. Aunt
    h' ', interests. Mr., Charlie" Towel I, son of :Mr. and .
    ity Robert Schumuii
    '" P"I"i"i ( ) COMPANY
    I -- -- .- Mrs Robert. Powell, who i is stationedat :Mr. Leo CanovaFinale :yjOO!: foot yellow pint per nerd, and. FLORIDA EASrCOA.SI! RAILWAY

    Nnu ,s the time to make your re- Camp Jackson, has been promoted "more than 100,000) rylat''t t lit' I Room Cilr nuil.lu.it. el. Au.u..in., Florida
    for See to the :snout! Regiment (Kngin.eers.; -- -- (''tnelite,ruble Inrjrf cypriMs. ('1"111' "tUMIKCS. llj
    pniis; .r' d! \iri t "Toady Spring.
    i.il. DI':.MII or'iTiw.. \ :M\NSOM: First class general I farm
    us I'm 'flat i I A good range takes )less fuel than lund and. line stork farm proposi i'I r
    SUPPLY CO. I
    (iUlIl1.EY!: I I'MllK.R: : &
    ,. I u common tovo. Come in and seethe Mrs; l.aiifii Ne\vst died. at her" tion. Running: Htreain. On S"a- I Nu,
    !Fo 'I
    > Improvements) Clover Leaf Never Rust Flange. home. in the Gruhum; section Fridavafloi inn rd anil! (.Jo.,,. to POIIH! f.ino rail II

    I With or without water tank and warming nodii, very suddenly, supposedly I rondst. Immediate iMivi'fy, Trrnis I .
    children)
    Uvaroand ,
    :Mri KM closet. Every range guaranteed. from heart trouble. She him not been -- -
    to unit purrhiihrr. An AI I i iI ilion
    propuri-
    of .link- HIM" err, guests nt the "
    home "f\1: d'.d.' Mr*. :M. L. Johns. N. Ii. -Hull-, in months.the lot lest, her of" death health was fur unexpected several I fur, iiilok| a,I'Prite, or wire. I++++++++++++++++++-l++++ I t-f++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    -. - The Methodist missionary society nn.l! tome: us a shuck to her many IIn I""'lid i.ro|; 1tirhnrilsnn.rae1: ('.om'ill.. : i

    Tlu1 :St.iiko: i I'a'I' ;p ('olul11hlanVoo.l l will meet next Thursday afternoon friends in that section and elsewheio.Mr ], Fin.. or r.niicr. L. Peek, A !tin I 14.

    men will m. t'.Ight t i : nt the Masonic lit three o'clock at the Methudibt Newsorti) wus apparently in the I Stark., Fin. 111I 1 1ocaot S
    Special
    Hall. ;Muiit.i-\ t'i '>.Invntcd' to bo pres church. I I est of health Friday aftornonn, callIng _ ------ : aturaay S I I
    'nt. nnd -ezaoCOMPARISON
    ni'iffhlmr
    e m a nniirby" v\.i I 11 --_ :: : '---__ U
    -- Sir. and !Mrs. C. A. Uowand and stricken; mi her "return home. :Medi-; +

    Mr. and Mi I I't .Dover and baby Misses Myrtle Sheldrake and Inez cal aid 1 mats "siimmonetl but, "she| ilif.l 'inu + -----_ -- .- .+..
    of Noithoin' V: i i "1.\, are the guest Anderson, motored to Lake Butler very shi'i't, tvhi!.. after the lilt..irk.Mrs. 1 + I- '
    of Mr. ((10\ '" i I''u'its, Mr.: und Mrs. Sunday.Mr. i Newborn was n iluiightrr of Mr I ; We INN'!I'l F: <
    .1. It. llnvir.' Gib flollingswnrth. of Ktnrlce, wiis. royears sis In prier! mud quality| of our ... !fit "nli,ll, Ile. till tin S.itiinl.iv Spoi/ 'i.i; bo,""i'i'a ," tin that day \Ac *
    of ago" avid a life-ltirig' lo-nl.,1,, O *
    t
    Break jo ( ' i L.iOrippc witha children und motored Mrs. to N.Gainesville Sternberjc Sunday and- of 1tI,.,1iIll1I. county. Ili'i niot'i.I 'i. '' t? d..i'I' 1 1111"1 of n ,, . ',II.",,11 ,. nil: 1 lauguun in! dtf",11" lines' (On the ai'leles" named :4.wo .
    +
    few do-1 ' tfMisse. and spent the day.Geo. Mrs. ('nthrlnr' Duke1,, survives' Ii'. ', H GROCERIES pYou i I 10.1..." ,110, oirou., i .Chit' t I.,,, v..i ....t' ,lo i Limn etiHt, mum1to' plat 4.
    and nine" children, : Messrs ferry, I 11.? u .
    .-.- - -- A. and W. II. Nowsom, of fUuko: ; t tII f' : nerd II..mu'mu have :+;: .s..,. i I't I.," \i "ii our store" and see. the wonderful, 1"\1 and'! Marie L. ;
    :M I i ; 'a Massey spent( several days + +
    Livingston nl \I. II -\ iii" spent Sunday of this week in T.uiiia|' attending to Nowsnnu1. of Hrooker, :;; Seebfr. Nt' .vitmM1 I I In-in :+ at (1""unlit' t -li.umjr prioes this year around. These prices are good I for +
    business. of Graham; ; Mrs. Thelma, Juhr, After i-ump.irmi! our unoiK amt
    I iving-tnn's; parents,
    with yl-- -,11111" d Irv only. +
    of llninpton Mrs. IS. C. Kmrbtirouirh.nt :
    Mr. and Mi-, ;,. HIII'kIIHsr": Ruth and, Alk.iXowsorn.
    -- --- - IS YOUR LIFE I INSURED ? of; Graham. ::0 KNO\\ why w .. lia> i' no fear., J J

    Rev. T. I.. /whir. i I'nrr: -ho pent attended T'le-.lay the in J represent the oldest company Interment took place at Kl/ev: :it[LI( MIKE'S FRUIT STORE n ++ $12 ffI""H:: ; > ( 'nit,,-Keo them', nelei (iiittoriis kiting disnht.t >

    Jacksonville, ..f th- Jacksonville "t'hiipel fomr'tery, near" Wfirlhini'li.iiSprings. a ='--"oaro&.OC10'n + J iJ\J . .1 l nt cur mare Careful dnssers are" plouni'd/ *
    in. litlll'' in America-The Mutual Life
    Missionary _.
    :: Saturday afternoon Rev.V. fi;.
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    --
    1--- with th L.ilosl" t | std, I iiuikoM
    < in styles by the w"rld'r6lreau.t
    District. 1I
    \ S;. Wan1, of Worthingtonrn -
    of New York. : I CALOMEL SALIVATES 98 r
    iliictini the funeral cfremnny. .\ :;: ' t lajlllr For Saturday. Only. _ $ :|
    :\rrs. Joh"" Kite nnTl httUm.. :Mrs.' Jos. E. Wilson, Starkc Florida.Mr. !largo itincorse of loving friends and I AND MAKES YOU SICK +
    of f ( +
    Mora and little daughter' ul, > relatives followetl the body to its la/-t +

    tez. are iriu-ts' /nt the home .''f :\Ir. : S. I'. Thompson is very sick this resting place and showed. their sympathy ; ..n's' Work tiliirts., Well made of .stionn material, guar"t'd :

    I anal I IIr Ben Johns week at the home of his daughter to the family over their l.o-. Acts Like Dynamite on a Sluggish + 751. tIJ give the !best servici These shirts lire now t
    Mrs. L. K. Roberta. reuvement.NOTK. + +
    Liver and You .
    M-ssrs. Wiley Wilimtns and S. C. Losea r'laillnl at 1.0; und we only have 75 left in stock. Vou +

    Staff well known cituens."f. thWorthington Come in amt prices before "K: TO I'AKMKUS Day's Work. + 59c : :
    Kl'l"tlon"I'e in town get our I must hurry to get one of these., Saturday Special :
    buying elsewhere. Cash & Carry
    Wednesday to list. up for un acreage Store. There seems to be some little in- + ------ -- -- :;:

    to be planted to castor leans I tractnrwho ilicntion. that are the offering castor tn.bean tub-con ron- I''should There's tike no sickening reason ,why salivating a person- :+;: Special! tt.d". I inn in all!I fclit.en for men Homen und Children :+;:

    Big lin;;of; shoes, groceries etc., at beet Corn pulp oats und, hay cottonseed Laro feed! meal shorts ut, tract for liunns at t't per bushel are ''omel when :"u nuts buys u !large( bottle :+;: Remember. these prices are geniI! for S.iturd.iy. only +*

    Store. trvinv to ",pw up" the situation n ''of Dndsoii'M I.jver 1'ollo-1I +
    Department Cash Store. prrfel'tI .
    Cash <&< Carry
    the : ,
    be, .'
    I that farmeis will compelled to cc substitute f." nlomel. t

    Avery G. Powell, representing the tract with them. If Bradford County I I It in a pl..i-. .. ;:'irit, vegetable liquid SAM
    and two farmer- vurt us!! to handle the ,situation ( ROSENBERG
    !Mr nn little, ..latH'r"'y' i : after business in St irke Tuesday cnlomel, but it doesn't ,
    : full :t.jf; ( that tho is |IIYall muke you .
    !,Clam,'. ..I', J.K' kindle.. lhcr' are Mrs.visiting Angie I the to pay fur$ the beans thuy government should lit ;, sick and can not lalivate.f'hildiori I ++++t..# .+++..++.1+ F..+ 1'M+ ++t++.+++.++.++++.++t+ .+i'
    nII' "t--' ""> of Hionkir,
    Mrs N. G. Hayes I. was in uj; wi'li u.s .it once and stand behind and grown up frlk: can
    cLernherg, town \Wednesday .. ,it. r the list as!
    i I us in the l"iil. take Do.lwn's Liver Tone, nerauRo it _-- ----- --- -- -----' -
    n castor bean grower. We hnvo t applied' to the government ix perfectly, harmless. I

    ..1V .Andrews, ,/ returned Tuesday I for an ull"tinent of 1000 acres f..r. Calomel i IM a dangerous 'Irul('. It is I INSURANCEFIRE
    from a trip. to St. l Louts. He came byway I i Miss Cleone I.. ;Moore anti little I Bradford ('unity and with the right mercury! and attacks bon.'". Take
    '' your
    of A-hulle. N. C., anti was al- !sister! Itessiu-Mny.: nf Hampton were kind of rn-npuration from our farmers -
    his dausrh- t visitors in Stnrke Thursday.E. ) we beli..l'vu we shall secure the a done of nasty calomel today and you LIFE ACCIDENT BONDS 'AUTOMOBILE
    e Ldlnollhamwhu will spend a white allotment. will feel weak nick, arid nauseated to. ,

    here tor, with her father and grandparent .1. Cunningham and ';of Brook- IIAXK OF STARKK, ': morrow. Don't lose a day's work. I PLATE GLASSI

    I er, spent the day in Starke Thursday. It By K.: S. Matthews, 1'res. Take a spoonful of Iod' ]:'Tone intend and will wake
    Excuse us for being personal, but DEATH OF MRS. JOHNS ('.tltl/) OFTHANKS I II I II I'feeling freat. No you more biliousness up represent' some of the very best compani'ei'in

    it'about time you fixed that fence I I Wo take this method of thanking 1
    I constipation lugrfrisfmeft, headache, the world and will appreciate Insurance business. .
    r. paired that leaky rovf. rebuilt those Mrs. Garfield Johns, of Hampton ']l those kind friends who were with us coated tongue or Htomnch. Your jour
    the hole in tao her jdiiri": rt t ,'. sickness! and death sour Nothing too small.
    haky steps, patched Wednesday in Hampton at l .1'1heir. 1 acts of druggist pays if you don't fir'" Dotson'a !- large ontoo
    and otherwise ncemetery -
    ,i'oor' painted up things home, and was buried at Santa .
    Liver Tone acts better than
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    norriblo
    ' : .' ; chin' our
    afternoon. \ !f !
    the premises. Thursday JOS. E. WILSON
    freshened STARKE FLA.
    up
    calomel
    II | l in
    waiting
    & SUPPLY CO. account of the sad death wI"' .' your money ,
    QUIGU3Y LUMBER: I ..WuI" I\\1TLY. ten (12 .
    I Till you. 4U )
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    FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1918

    BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK. FLORIDA.
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    , Bradford- County F/arm ._ and. : Farmers 1'E I





    I -&Ha coat was moving out. FLOW) THE COTTON;; C.KOIM;; last meeting read and approved.) The

    1 LOCAL I'AKAIKKS: 'JO are interested in the conservation 'if On the trip over I was not afraid of roll) was culled and the) following named -

    GET: :MIUVIi. : : ne tnik t and the development of thfn1 submarines Now for the first time I fanners who expect to plant co- comrades answered present: W,

    t Lit- I ",(,nines' of this country they should The Girl Who wan nervous about them. The ship ton .should plow early. Ecarly pluntmifs T. Weeks, S. F. Morgan, L. W. I Kick-,
    I net" nearly to. work Fut ticks on of early maturing varieties lire '' liter, J, W. Wells, W. L. Merrill, ..vJ. .
    i t iovcrnmcnt To S.II.iilrah':. I'or (iiscii4i. 'eI| ,cattle do. not. make money for seemed deserted.I the deck: for hours at a (desirable'! in the boll weevil territory Sovvell, J, T. Jones, II C Sun.. 'i.yI ('
    t lYrlili/i-r 'llirouuh County .Inv In,'. Was paced with the University of Florida experiment I II.) I n. Thomas, J B. Florrid und (C'r:
    was always
    a guard siys
    stretch. My
    i Agent Inspector, U S Bureau of Animal side and tbe soldier station.. For this season it will ,, Kelly.
    Indusl I' ', mo, the pallor on one looked be necessary to make early soil prepiiruliun. ,) The regular routine of busln-,, Wlls

    I Notice has been !given C. I). fijnn. Soldier Boy on tbe other. I certainly back flowing! under the old ; carried through with, after winch the I
    I for Bradford 1,1.11111I.IUS/ iiT:: I'OSSIBILI- like a popular lady. Many a girl them time to decay order ,
    Agricultural! Agent "tlllk1\oW will give broke in good :r-d m 1I'he,1
    County, that the U.S.. Department of 'IIL'S; TOR STOCK RAIM.N: :: borne would have envied me this escort . and add materially to the humus I camp to the cafe, there a j,,,,,,, ,1"\18, -

    Agriculture will sell ut cost a supply : How I Went "Over There"With from both branches of the service.I content., If plowing is deferred, the dinner, prepared by the lad, ., ,,.I, W t
    t : <>[ nitrate of soda to farmers in Brad- Texas Rancher States Florida Can Per thing'. Division geese I almoit walked the poor sentries stalks must lie cleared off or burned, T. Weeks' Chapter, U II, f'l'a ,
    Cure Cattle
    -ford County. Fur .1.000,00l |I to death. Once after a long hike, entailing a loss of this vegetable mutter awaiting them. A vote of thai,: M IH

    The nitrate was purchased'! through By HAZEL CARTER beard tbe sailor complaining: needed in the soil. Also] an early I I, tendered the ladies for their lu. ,;Isis: : ,
    4 the War Industries Hoard under the ,, J. S. Hastings, manager of the S'I j "If be don't put on the brakes my plowing will destroy] many of the wee I s. F. :\10/:1/: ; \ \

    authority of the Food, Control Act liS''' M. S. ranches, Stamford Texas, whose Mrs Hue I Carter of Dougtex, flogs are going: to be worn off right up vils.. If the field is kept pulverizeduntil Adjutant and Chief ,,1'i nf.,
    a. part of the program for stimulating I properties are quite u factor in supplying Arli., U a young women, twrntrtwot the because time much moisturo . "
    to tbe ankle. I Joined navy planting; I, e.

    It will bo the best class of beef feeder whoa young husband Corporal
    Agricultural production. thu un-I cattlu in the corn belt for finishing Into John J. Carter of the United walkln' never appealed to> me. The will also be conserved I Moisture is sometimes si .11 ,.' ,It
    loaded at Atlantic ports und was ordered to ITranc I'm goln now I might as well have I ,,
    board the most. valuable class of beef, hii.s Btaha army way I planting time. Harrow IMI j I' .ds i jI
    free
    will bo $7.r.5() u ton, on with the I'omhlng xpxlltlon.Lietermlned with the Infantry." I wu :MELTING;; OK ('01-;;
    rain to
    been Florida for few weeks signed op conscruh ,
    ut port of arrival. Farmers err in a investigating to accompany him. .. mm.TE'ETEIt.NSI)I lifter every it' i'
    care
    .: :
    the of beef till "be" to tbe Jackie.One
    possibilities falls.
    to In addition freight from port she obtained a soldiers uniform '
    pay production! in this btulc. and has bin departure sailor In the gun crew on the I
    of arrival und, the State fertilizer tat: g1W. given and fell In as a private on I -
    tho Times-Union his conclusions! as She was five days at pea, I, way back kept complaining all the "I'tf'rnnlof J. J. Pickson's The Quinine That goes not Street;; the Head ;..
    How to Obtain) NitrateApplication ;; follows: on the transport before shewaadie- time because we did not meet up with The \ tonic end laxative' effect !..
    lUth. eoHt \XA
    returned borne I ; met January !)rcmi
    ;, for u part of the 100-( "I lo not believe that any state in covered her and wlahea.wu I a German sub. He was a nice boy, the camp, No. 1iil7 order by viva BBOMOUUININKlebetlerthan ulmnijQuinine .
    culled to
    the Union has greater single undeveloped agalnut The camp was end does not races nerinem norrmenS
    the a out as a wo
    nitrate bought by who bad picked me
    001) tons of one
    Commander W TVeeks In henil. Remember the lull name end
    asset than, that which Crrrtt>kt I fir.j B.tfSrW/c.n.fee.CHAPTER I Oaptam
    government will be. received l only from man on the way over when be saw me \\I) o'clock and minutes of look fur the signature oi K. W. CI )1// actual| farmers or owners or holder* Florida has in the possibilities! for increased i trying to roll a .cigarette but kept It to promptly at ii1I

    tr of farms for use on their land und beef and pork production, VL 1 himself We got very friendly.

    may lie mudu, through County Agent both from the standpoint of largo I "Way do you want to see a 0 boatr

    e. I D. CJunn or through any memberof pastures or intensification into the Home Again but Not Glad of It.N01o asked him. "Aren't you satisfied wltB

    a local committee consisting of E.: smaller I tracts. ashore. I 1 the surface of the sea?" }i : : ,
    Tr'ml'nd..uHc'r"II'f' all the troops were srAVE ; t
    S. Matthews, J. M!. Alvarez and L. A.navis. r
    ] "I estimate that there are probably] molt of the time allowedme "We'd stay on top all right with that : ::

    h No will lip required with the Ifi.OOU.OOO; ) acres in Florida that tire on deck dally for exercise, baby we've !got to shoot," be replied. I I

    implication. money but upon notice from the nut being developed for either cattle watching and Loping fur a glimpse of i "All we want U Just a look at one
    i are! hog production, but. have the currying to the spot Ton know the gun crew that sinks a .
    have glued
    County Agent farmers who l signed taj husband, eyes I .. ) /
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    ) application must, deposit with a ,capacity of at least :3,000,01)0)( ) where I knew the camp to to. The' submarine gets $5,000 from the government ,,, _. )) i ',A'.r : : !

    local, bank, nsROciation, or individual, head of cattle, und I will not pretend toy must bare been kept pretty close, : to be divided among nine men Z (," /,'.r. :, ,-. _' : J ,/\ s )) .'. .,y I

    designated l by the Secretary of Agriculture to estimate the number of hogs, because I did not leI them ajaln.Uf I guess my share of that wouldn't look f :: 'y..':.--"- /' 'n1 t.J"-I-'}. r--' r.G' :; i' '

    Fa to net as the farmers' agent: I as they must be in a sense auxiliary, husband hAd promised be woulddo good to me and my folks back In Iowa. ... I' c, '' / 0 ( 'v .,--Q-. .' -. '"
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    for tho purpose, money to cover the I but certainly u very principal factorin everything In his power to Ret them I besides the tun of nicking one." r.. _ \ _, I] fn--'>I'') i.r ;""- Ii
    of the fertilizer except the the matter of feeding. of theUnIted '_"., I''"
    mat the spirit -r
    I "Thesu cattle! now in a to permit me to land I knew be would That boy typified ;''''_ 'lO '. oM. trr:: : ----
    are vl'ryI'rinliti'e -
    tho ittransmitted ,
    freight d1I1rfli'f money would States navy-afraid of nothing! 'It: i'1. \ 100/11' _. -
    hla word I still hoped they .
    nitrate condition.! In fact Florida keep .- \ r
    the
    to ,Washington to the farmers. If' III about where Texas was thirty-five relent and I could go and Join the Ited filled with supreme confidence In the _. . ... It;, .JJ1;.. /.f. :': .'::"'"
    will !I" shipped its If I could not be a regular ability of tho men to shoot quick anti .. ", j-; ..r.i
    to undeveloped
    ,\ implications for the nitrate exceed! the' yours ago .both us Cross even <. ) i
    of about 100,01)0)() tons thoJ.ov"I'nl1ll'nt nrc'a and its primitive cattle, but Boldler. straight ; !''to1l ;r. !JJI!" "",
    supply After I landed I saw him In Hoboken '... :i ., \ :-- ..... ....
    will allot the supply on biiHi-il' on a few crosses with the warm Every: time a boat put out from the ;;y- \. : .. .
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    beef strains, und the fact that the and he was having a romance. \. t-t. .. -
    those who i iI' breath and grayed It ,'
    11 pro rata basis, among up- pier I held my 114-.4; -.J.s.,. "'=" ....."' '._ ,. r .
    ']i"fl. Application" must bo received whole of Europe; must bo restockedby was some one brtnKlntf: !Rood news for "I'volot: to go up the street to meet ":;".t' "1>.... 1L "4 ;J..N'< .. _;.L.. ... ri:

    |Iy, February I I. America after I the war and that me. Then when It tlldu't I waa BO disappointed my girl," be announced proudly smll '"I

    ---.- tin production. of cattle in America i is I would start crying all Ing! That Pulls In Sand And
    Dow ;inadequate, these cows gradedup "Where Is she?" I asked him. The Tractor
    fresh
    : misv.s SOME: I'Hi again.
    have reasonable hope of being
    u "She works here at the vaudeville
    ,, bow I up
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    worth $M) per head, possibly] more. Maybe: yon can Iningtn Just "

    t Talk: about hog raising. npt being |By! I the introduction of good bulls, a .felt. There throw was tbe I bad shore, braved, only all atono'a theater through, now be pretty answered.Boon." "She gets Muck With The Finest Power
    in threeyears away.
    wonderful change
    the can occur
    ,', n.V.! Harrison, of I
    be bad done well
    : dukes section, recently sold porker or in the first generation; are kinds of hardships and dangers to reach I thought pretty '

    t that brought him a little better than \.elation in MX yearn, nod in twelve 'Jt My husband the truest and best grabbing an actress."They'll Plant On Wheels "

    $I37. ;Mr. lIul'r >mr. intends, to give years a race of cuttle which will compare Sammie that ever wore khaki, wee be calling you a stage door"
    favorably with the graded herds, Johnny tbe first thing you know, I
    more time in the future to hog raining there. And hero I win a prisoner.
    i and feels sure linulford County now furnished, the 1 great bulk of feeders A hundred times at iil.:lit I walked to Warned. Ho blushed The Avery tractor illustrated! above, in its smallest size,

    '1''."- farmer' will yet be among the lead-. fur the best beef ,purposes." the porthole and watched the light' "Oh, she don't come out the stage. is the -olution of the power problems of Florida farmers, fruit
    1'rogrcsxiK' Legislation: i door," he defended.) "She's an usher
    in g stockmen of the state. : twinkling In the town. It aeemcd
    r "I 1 believe your ranches will carry One sad she's got my wrist watch. I only growers and l truikers.
    ---- a-- closer some way nt night: evening -
    more cuttle than any I have" ever seen. met her at 10 o'clock this morning, butI It burns kerosene instead of gasoline: has tho finest power
    "' \101 AND:. (iARDKN/::. I'IWIII'"I'SJ. tho olllcer of the ahlp was walk-
    You have to
    p..nJtI'I'"si1I'li..latur. "
    u It wheels und the sand without difficulty -
    Ing by with a soldier.< My light was let her wear today. power' plant on pulls through
    help in the work of development, a "You're a fast worker" I suggested<
    law tick iriulicution out, und they could not see me. lie .
    . E. Norman h.is: ndded a sample' sulisf.ictory governing "
    "Oh wove got to be In the navy, be
    of home-i iiide sugar to the agricultural aiil the development of the was apparently! queHtlonlug tbe prlvato. answered, "whether It's girls Complete und exacting tests of the Avery have convincedus

    exhibit nt the Hank of Stiirke.'Hie industry is simply u matter of enclosing I did not recognize the silhouette submarines.proudly Wo sailors don't stay that it offers tho combination of weight and power that Florida
    sample shows that Mr. Norman areas anti developing water to so I took him for u rookie. or
    "
    i it an expert at sugar: making. It i is make them carry their capacity. tauter "Carter said ho tried to get: her to go In one place long enough to bo slow. needs

    every bit, us goal as the brown. suiriir: can bo developed at one-third of the 'back, but she wouldn't do It," said the '1 Ha went off up the street smiling/ That well and favorably. known manufacturing and farmers

    that hns been, soiling at high pricesin cost of that of any other country I ,otnccr. "She's one of those babies who fine boy, typical of the United States supply firm, the L. C. Skinner :Mfg Co., of Dunedin, Fla., is the :

    the store know. Enclosing: your properties willirnr..o.1' always have their own way I wish she navy, clean and wholesome. Stiitc distributor; for Florid; rif Aver,, Tractors and other motor
    Other additions' to the exhibit have I your natural .grasses and hud been my wife for about a minute. Tbe sentries. were not supposed to ; : ;:; ; : ; have :kth Bradford
    teat thorn against fin- Texas pro-I. fellows driven farm machinery.Ve agency for Ji
    Smith I with but good
    rnaido us follows: J. 1. rutnluigti i What he should have Bono was! to talk me. they wero
    il weighing 5 1 pounds, ; Joe \Vnin- has nbsolutoly no open range except I)I knock her cold call an ambulance and I and didn't mind< breaking a rule county and are in position to ill orders promptly.

    right, purple top turnip weighing I a small strip on the gulf coast and or two when it wasn't hurting anything *
    pIOUl1dlA; O. Strickland turnip jot thirty-five years ago) its cattle'Were toke her to the hospital. "Maybe after to unbutton their faces and

    weighing 5 pounds.I'l.AN , n.s primitive as yours and three- that she'd Iktea to reason. loosen up a bit. My doughboy outfit You Can Do Motor FarmingOn
    i .. fourths of the state' was one vast ol"'nI1rel. TesT After that there would have
    + "" 1' -- - -- was! beginning to show the strain. I
    Keen two of In the hospital" I called I
    . :' .\1111'1.\11'/1;; ;; { I'Ol'l.TUY : ;; uu bad worn It all the time since we leftiouglas. I
    'IlIturaldvllntllIW
    Every
    the "And Uncle FarmWhether
    through portholu. I Size
    ., Any
    "As have It was cold too, guhig back.
    n nat -
    Hindi summary you very Earn would bare been minus one perfertly
    farm should as
    livery carry n rid advantage in your favor, und it good soldier for awhile." I mentioned feeling cold to one of tnsailors.

    ,if ,When ry poultry us condition-tin the farm will receives permit., is simply I a matter of investment foronelusure .., The oQlccr wheeled around. lie Ho offered me an extra sailor you have a ten-acio! farm or a ten hundred-acre

    i reasonable. attention it la one of the waiter, the for the development of two of I looked as It he would sell himself for a salt be bad. It was warmer than the firm, there is a size Avery Kerosene Tractor to fit your farm. \:

    mast profitable branches of tho in- miles, and on the average eradication of every the cat- I plugged penny lie started to beg! my soldier's uniform. I put It on. It fit Avery Kerosene: Tractors are built in six sizes-a size for every

    ,dustry. Poultry provides a daily income titfever I ticks. for the world to makea 1 pardon, but I ducked back Into the u though It bad, been made for me. size farm-and make tractor farming u big success on any size

    3_ to purchase' household supl path to your door fur feeder cattle 1 stateroom la the dark and left blm flat They told mo 1 made< an even better farm.

    l>lies, and, an nbuntlance) of meat and or finished beef."As | liy husband went ashore on Mon- Jackie than I did a Sammle. The
    1018 Avery Catalog contains full information about the
    eggs for home use. Raising: poultry an addition to your wonderful day. Wednesday one of the boys told All the while I kept begging the
    IH.. also patriotic i measure, and the I complete Avery line, of tractors l, plows, motor plantercultivators \
    a I been
    range country, you can produce the me he had been back on board the day guards to tell ma why bad not
    + University of Florida. extension division velvet bean, Japanese camand othercomintrntes before, but the captain had refused allowed, to land.< 'They always an etc. Come in und get one. Also look over the sample 1

    recommends- --- it- .for._.this_- state.. .. to feed] everything you him permission to see me.I swered "I don't know," and thou tractors we have on our display floor.

    <;ir: THEKDEN: <; ::' sr.\ uir.nICo / protlul.--Tim"-Ilnion.- ---- ..--Jan.- U7th. I That night I kept my eyes on the changed the subject. Finally, after An Avery Kcrsoene Tractor will do nil the heavy work on

    Q M 1"\IDllmS: ''IISIT-ooI\i::: : | pallors. on watch. It one of tlu-m. had< wo were out 11 couple of days, one ot the farm with the exception of planting and cultivating] the row

    Florida' family i It planning tot CXSIOR:: IE\N! : : Cl'l/lTUi:: fallen asleep\ or cone Inutile artpr IIomoI them ciiino (lCr08 crops The ,"w'ryIotor; Planter and Cultivator now makes it

    live without a !Burden this year, but | thing, I made up my mind I would BOI : "I dent know for sure," he said, "but also possible" to plant and cultivate with motor
    Homo families will be slow in .starting Tnrnlj-Seven .\ere" Have Horn Signed 1 I over take a chance and gvclm for It. I beard it was General Perahlag1; 's! or- power.
    l the work) of soil preparation and ('p I'or In I llralH"rd I I If I bad. to wait tor ono of them to dcrn.. He said< It would set a bud example. With n n ,\\'l'I'Yotnr; Cultivator and, an Avery Kerosene
    Induce, them to begin Traitor you can moloii/e ontire farm
    planting. 'ounly ." jour work. You can
    weaken I would dlu of old age You'vegot
    le, early by ,setting a good example.TKeru ,plow your ground\ and: dine and harrow it with an Avery Kero-
    in which to huud It to them for that. "I heard that, too, volunteered my
    t r. is scarcely a be month Itradford County farmers are beginning I other (,escort "but I also got a rumor It M'ne Trill tor. Then plant and cultivate. jour crop with an Avery
    .! y lJrn.thlnlC cannut planted or
    discuss the culture of Soldiers Oct Great Welcome.
    to castor
    keeping n continuous was tho French authorities who turned :Motor, ( ultiv.itor, t -co illu-tintioii, below)
    supply
    grown beans with good deal of interest -
    n They told me the boys were harlnua down. One of the told
    .zit of vegetables available for tho tillIL'fit I it that you boys me
    and now .seems probable <
    thruout the great timo nshoro. The people had they; put It up to the general so strong
    yenr. 'oli.lc'I'ahh', will be planted. i
    .. acreage Kerosene Tractor
    --- ---- given them the keys! of tho town and In Avery And
    sj in the !(,lIulllY. I I lie nnally agreed to get you a place ,
    1 TRAITORSi{ : AT \OHK! The 1I:111k'"f Starko has announced I were doing nothing but chewing tbe the Red Cross, but the Trencblca i

    A' its, readiness to net for. the farmers I j Fumnilp around. France was turning couldn't see It. They got more women
    t r Tho farm tractor is proving, valunlle. Cultivator
    DemonstrationWe
    Itself upside down to welcome them.
    , In making contracts for the beans with i than they can use over there now.
    this
    some farms in State, saystlu'
    : on
    of Florida experiment tho government, allowing the farmer ,l The French girls were bombardlnjj What they're shy on Is men."
    University the full price to be paid by the government i them with kUsua and good thing to "Aw what's antis them?" grumbled have
    stittlon. Work, by their me, is being arranged to give a demonstration with a L-10 ii.p. .
    speeded' up and in"I"'IIHllu'rl'a '" are and in today's, Telegraph. tlvHui ,' eat and the men were clapping: themon the first guard "Sb,'. more of a man Avery Kerosene Tractor an.lan Avery Motor Cultivator.
    under cultivation. 'kevo Nurseries, of Tampa, carries till back and calling them comradeand of 'em back home who can'tget
    l> 'ing i brought They tbal1.ID. This
    demonstration will take Paul E
    place Canova's
    that on farm
    advertisement
    nn announcing more In French aa best they could,
    lire also going far toward meeting the away to go to war because they
    they ready to contract for the 2 miles north of town Friday nnd Saturday 8th nnd
    labor problem, with a practical .", Iu- are which wee none too good. got to support their wife's uncle's second February
    tion. Farming. operations< sirtlieientlvextensive .growing of the beans nt $the::1 l per farmer-busheland .. "Don't It get your goat to think maybe cousin or than some of those !)th, nt :30: p. m. each day. Don't forget the place, the date and

    to ,permit their economical In addition advijnce fertiliser will to the one of them French dolls Is planting scared rookies we took over with a. the hour.
    they supply .ser
    lisa should lie carried on with tractors. a liar on your old maa'a brow?"
    needs vices of castor bean experts to visit I betcha If she ever got a bead on abocbe. Everyone is invited. Como and flee these machines in actual
    A model 1 tu meet the can snUl the guard who brought the
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    the farmers ;infornm- blooey for him! Eh Carter- r
    and give expert' : It will to
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    likely be found. pay you investigate farming with a
    I cows. I knew he was trying to tf'ueI "
    -__.___ tion bout the growing nnd harvesting -I mean Mrs. Carter?
    ('O-.iln\I-.i.\TW-.i:. :: :. :. OF CATTLE; I of the beans.Vhilc I ate Up to tbe time we" left the boys tractor. Avery tractors save expense, save hard work and save
    \ a great many farmers art'discussing "Goat nothing," I laughed "Let itihoradld not know where they wouldbe time also raise bigger crops by enabling ;you to do ;your work in

    The condemnation of n train load of the matter only a few them go to It. A soldier desMrree. all seat or how suon. All they wero the right way at just the right time

    cuttle at one time on account of pro- have a* yet actually signified' their the kfejjes he can collect. toll was they' would not be sent to tbe

    Aentablo disease. would attract widespread \ intention of planting any considerable The fifth day after I laid goodby to front green When they did go they STARKE HARDWARE CO.
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    attention, but more than n trainload \ acreage:: of the beans. Or. n. \\', ray hcubaad I was up on deck watching would know the game from start to :

    l of cattlo were condmnt-d< last year Brown of Lnwtey, tut4 listed for 10ncns : at usual for any sign of some one ftaUa.! chances STARK FLORIDA
    Fershlng was taking; ,
    account of Texas fever ,r. M.\ Alvarez, of Starko, for, coming to get me when a transport I
    throe James of on losing a single man through Ignorance Bradford county agent for Avery Tractors
    The nnnunl report for year ended acres, Reynolds, Urn-; farther along the line of ships began to ,
    Juno :30, 11)17! mndi by the Chief of hunt for 10 acres and II. S. Norman, move out. In a few minutes It was followed or unpreparedness. lie's that L. B. Skinner :Mfg. Co., Dunedin Fla., State Distributors ,:
    th,. Bureau of Animal Industry ton of U'aterouk, for I acres making. u by another. That kind: of a soldier-looks out for bU. boysall I

    xs. Secretary of Agriculture, )David: F.Ifouston total of 27 acres go far listed with the about to start meant but we' were the time. n 1 : ''I
    shows that whole carcasses Hank of Starko. i our voyage My We were' ten fall days coming back. r '
    of 811 cattle and, Ml; calves, sufferiniT If our farmers wish to give the heart sank Into my shops. I would not The trip waa quiet. I was under guardall 1 1e

    from Texas fever were condemned beans a trial they should list up at Poe iay husband again. I was not to /go the. way. After the fifth day out 1

    liy government inspectors nt slaughter once na! the planting should be done with the Red Cross and take care of shook myself up and made op my mind

    Jiouses having, such inspection nIt unfit in :March, and it will require] some time the boys when they were wounded. to make the beat of It. The officer,

    for human, food und dumped into to close.. up the details of the contract Coming over the ocean did not seem so lent a phonograph Into my room. III'B'f1
    the< rendering tanks: und get the seed shipped In. wide. Now It looked Uke a million
    Reports from reliable cattle owners The seed are to be supplied ,by the miles across to me. I eoncerts every afternoon

    throughout Florida. indicate that the government at actual cost and it i isunderstood "Our orders are to take you to 7H11' )Continued, next week) ; j'I -' ---

    !, losses on undipped cattle have been that the cost of seed will quarter and keep you there until we
    the be less than $1 nor acre. I CARD or THANKS;;
    very heavy during present winter are Mfe outside" laid one of my ,
    lout that tick free and dipped. stacks guard I don't remember how I got -

    have withstood the unfavorable conditions COTTON;; REl'ORr : there. I guess they half led me and The mother and! all the relatives of

    ; \'pry1'ell. half carried me. I heard Mr. .Jcuil'I Sibley desire to most
    a bugle blow-
    All losses, both in death or ema- There were B752;;: bales of cotton heartily thank all who came und
    t dated condition of cattle caused by> ginned in Bradford. county from the Ing somewhere over In the town It ministered in to their lovedone
    any way
    'k cattle fever ticks is wanton waste crop of 1917 prior to Janunry 1C, IDlrt! was manned by an American Every during the live weeks of her illness -

    .+1 '; of valuable food MutT and should be, as compared with 4.M7 bale ginned. to note came clear across the water. The We thank the physician, and all

    1 topped by eradication of the cattle January 16, 1017.N next thing knew. I was on my berth others who kindly helped us in our
    fever tick D. WAI-!: WRIGJtT, I with my fingers stack Ughtly In my days of trial.

    It the readers of this newspaper I Special Agent. : ATS and mj face burled la a pillow. LOVED ONES

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    dollars to perfect. The automobile that was created to meet the long prayed for demand by the motorist,

    of low up-keep, extra low cost of operation and fancy looks. The two greatest evils of all, previous to the :

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    for half a century...A mountain of power and flexibility with but a trifle of expense. In France, gasoline sells for seventy-five cents per gallon, so you can I ;
    easily see why all expert engineering skill is put forth to develop a motor that will give the power, yet make 35 to 10 miles per gallon of gas. These conditions
    mingled with a heart's long wish for greater power, greater smoothness, less vibration and) added beauty of design and workmanship has horn to light! the creation
    of the wonderful little Briscoe Four. Some engineers tack on oneol more cylinders, to increase power and vibration resistance, thus automatically increasinggas
    bills and future repair bills, where Benj. Briscoe, the Frenchman, perfects the Four by changing its construction. Watch the next Briscoo and see i if she has
    not the same even purr of smoothness that any American Six dares possess.

    You want the car you buy to look well and to run well. The new Briscoe B-4.24 does both.

    [It's the best looking car that you meet on the road. When designing the Briscoe B-4.24 they never lost sight of the fact that first impression counts much
    these days, with the result that the Briscoe has won the reputation of being "The best looking lightweight car built." It's beauty grips you.

    t Beneath its handsome body and high hood is a motor, a transmission and other mechanical units that have been proven in hard, constant service.

    The Half-Million Dollar Motor is famed at home and abroad for its inexhaustible power, for its speed and quick acceleration for its astonishing economy
    of oil and gasoline.We .

    have report after report from owners verifying that 20 to 30 miles to a gallon of gasoline is not exceptional. Recently in Dallas, Texas a* Briscoe B-4-
    24 traveled 39.6 miles on one measured gallon of fuel. I

    This car hasconquered: some of the most hazardous'mountain roads and grades and pulled itself through mud and snow that buried the wheels up to the}
    axles.

    No matter what the road conditions it does not fatigue you to drive this sturdy Briscoe. It is extremely easy to operate. Clutch }holds securely yet it re
    quires only the slightest foot pressure to release it. Brakes are large and answer any pressure of the foot pedal. The transmission gear mesh so readily that
    you can operate the gearshift lever with your finger tips.

    Upon your first inspection of the car you'll marvel at the legroom which has been provided in both front and rear compartments of the new Briscoe There's
    plenty of room for a six-footer to stretch out in comfort, and too, justjfor; moment note the long sloping straight stream-line body. In short, she possesses every
    feature of refinement combined with surplus power and economy.

    Full elliptic springs...the easiest riding of all springs...front and rear combination'with: soft, buoyant upholstery make for a riding comfort that} is unknownin
    any car of similar weight or wheel -SBnJMrrfrn--r: ;;;,,j'"" r

    J" And to round out the great Briscoe value is an equipment...one-man top, sloping windshield; two unit electric starting and lighting system; demountable <
    rims, everything complete, no extras to buy whatever.

    Think of six people going to Gainesville, a distance of 26.7 miles from'Starke, for the large sum of'25c, an average of 4 1.4c each. The same crowd came '
    from Jacksonville for 60c, an average of lOc each, and the worst road conditions you want to encounter, were found.

    With this car you get a perfect service. At present any part of the car can be gotten within 6 hours notice. We are fixed for the rush, we know it's coming.
    We intend to have a graduated Briscoe service station right here in Starke. In this car you have no delays. The most wealthy men in our country drive and
    boast of the merits obtained from their Briscoe, "The Wonder Car."

    No matter what car you have at present, do yourself the favor of coming: and seeing with your own eyes and be convinced that the Briscoe is the most .
    wonderful low-priced car in America today. We buy your car whatever it may be. Why} we do this is because we want a few people in Bradford County to J help I
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    1 l i tool fright and ran away. !It i illr. I Jessie dun, doorkeeper.J. . HANDS ARMS
    ! _. that hoi owned l Mi. E.I: It. Bevill Chaplain. ,
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    .. : X= K. IJ.ixtci:: of the Brooker of fertilizer extensively
    / I.Miki, out of hn stabli and! fhc matter vas
    I ,-iiticn \j-itcd at liuihum; lust SUMelny I considered.WOODLAWW. LIMBS
    i. t >l'jlh' the streets! in a !gallop l I II .. ASLEEP j
    K lliu hO/'he uttucln-d Ui the I
    County News iiem: I "Hutches," the old eccentric J. W. Padget. E. C. Dyal and J. W. PARK.Mr. .
    < '!' > linur/ was thrown out of the Call attended the Sunday School heie
    And Was Run-Down
    I ". ._ .---- -, Sunday I Weak MJ d
    -- the seat falling on him. The I >,
    1 I / $ e done was the shaft and L. 11. Dukes and It. :M. Wasdm were : J. S. :Norman- was a business Nervous, Says Florida Lady
    Intcrcitlnf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our visitor to Starke Saturday. i
    being broken nnd hole made welcome visitors at the Bible School.
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    Regular Correspondents. ground by "Britches" head. Mr. Frank Bevill while waiting to Rev. I D. L. Phillips filled his appointment Five Bottles of Cardui r l L

    I ' color is naturally very be culled by the Loctil Hoard, has accented at (Gram) Park Baptist Made Her Well. >
    r4. Viiif romK. to have ,.hnn.,.", a nosition as.. lumber. .. _insnectorut . . <.:church! in Jacksonville Saturday! and I J I.
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    .o. ; :( ;' : hue;; sini-e the scare. :Xolfo.Thro Sunday. ,,f
    ;Mr. T. J. Anderson vvua business j,
    RISING. :Mi l a' IA. liiown: was on [ '( Cnn"or spent lust :Mon I was a box party given! at the visitor to Starke/ :Saturday:; I Kathleen, Fl\.-Mrs.!! Call: ;Print". a
    I list the lust, uf the week, but Tuesday with his brother, II. 'I hnme, of :Mrs. W. If. Thomas Wednesday Messr.s. EodiiH! and Dewey Green attended of this place nays: "After ),Ins
    ;;:; .ilnirht iig.iinAirs. Shell Carver, ut Camp Wheeler. evening for the benefit of the church Saturday of my last child,. .I got v '
    We ,HIP/ rl"d to Mr. If. L. Stevenson installation service nt the Me- Christian ut Evergreen 'run-down and Uth'
    : Jim Clews t is very sick J Kndcavor. Quite a little weakened I
    ;" back home again\ after a month'nviftit I writing/ but we hope that chinch Tuesday tveninlCVns I sum wus collected. We want to thank evening Mr. /M. D. Carter and family were I that I could hardly do an ',.ail
    with hi It
    parents in PcnnHyl- unpicMMve mid helpful one. all. I was BO awfully '
    A soon bu well ntfuin. each unrl everyone for their help.Mr. visiting in Lnwtey Sunday afternoon.Miss no: ,ya
    vanla. I Mr. Allen Connolly' one of C. Jenkins delivered a very I : Trudy I'lnholsU'r was hero on : :Marie Davis returned home I I could scarcely endure '?
    vania. He returned last Tursduy. alt
    uddrcsd to the oflk-ersof the nollole.11' condition.
    county's progressive farmers business Wednesday wu
    Mr. and Mrs. 1' C. Thomas and : and the Missionary. Society 'I : Sunday from, Jacksonville, where she worse nil the time. . tlnl!
    i hero on business 'olondllY.I Mrs R. I It. Jones and :Mrs. J.1.. has her uncle' :Mr. B. F.
    std, k I (children of Starke, visited the home :Miss I>ma Andreu of New he instiilled. the stewards Thomas motored over to )llompton been visiting !, I I knew I must bavo some I
    of :'1r. J. K.=: Johnson and family )last I spent )lust weok-end with church and then the officers of Thursday.Mr. I Sanders Anderson visited his I would soon be !In the bed InOr ,I

    r Sunday. her,.. :Missionary. Society. I I : C. B. Roberts and son, Herman, in Mr1'.1.:the Vanderhilt! section Sunday.family I serious condition for I felt '< ,; .'"
    received his artificial MoKsrs. Nnbh and Johns .. I. C. Jonlrins drove to Alachua made and was so nervous and wt- .Til
    :'oIl'. J. L. Jackson I ) a business trip to Brooker Fri- :Mrs. T. =N'. ;Norman and children! are all'
    arm last week, which he order- Friday in Starke attending ; morning to attend) the I dnv. visiting. :Mrs. No'nutn's parents :Mr. hardly live. My husband !. g
    sr i-d it short time alto from the A. A. ) Revival/ meeting.. Mr.! Adell Abernathy and wife of about my taking Ci t :' X
    :Mrs C. Clemons
    and J. nearLong
    e Marks Co., N. Y. ness.Mr.: George Itaxtcr of Virginia the little four-year- Jacksonville', spent the week-end herewith said 'It's a gdod medicine gist l .
    tr There was a jrloorn cast over this visiting relatives hero this! of Hr'" and :Mrs. Ilcn- his parents :Mr. and :Mrs. E. D. Budge.Mr.. J. S. Norman visitor to for that trouble', BO( he got i bot. y.;".,
    was a
    to Section last Friday) when the news attended) the funeral of his quite ill Tuesday niRht. Ahernathy.Dr. : tics.. .After about the second ",i '
    t reached, thin ,section that Kev. J. A. J. A..1. Pinholster.Mrs. I : :Mrs. Stewart dined at the Lamb and daughter, Mrs. U. Raiford Friday.Mr. of felt greatly Improved. .bet" \\w'. '
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    and Mrs. Steve Futc-h near
    b PinholNter, of llrookcr had l passed . ['artl'r"wIIOml':- wife preacher's Tuesday. 1"). Jones were business visitors here It my limbs and hands ai I sit:
    1 uwuy :\11'. I'mholstc-r WB pstor of late Curter Nowsome, died ; S. J. Hendrix will preach next Friday I.lIwtl.'Y.'isit'el nt the home of Mr. would go to( sleep. After t I..., ,, I It
    g our church for thirteen y'urll.Ve .ut her home near Graham, lust morning and evening at the Mr. D. B. Warren of Fernandina E. Kite. Sunday afternoon.Mr. however, this poor circular' ,,i,5, -
    : Littleton Kite visitor to
    really sympathize with tho family afternoon. The funeral took T> church The morning is here looking after his property near. was a peared. My strength cam' k ., i
    in I their time of sorrow and troubles l-.l/.ey's: Chapel hut Saturday will lie, "The First Thing" Sampson City. lie will also visit Lawtey Sunday.Mr. roe and I was Boon on tho i ,| to |
    and Mrs. :M. D. Carter and
    :Mr. J. J.ukHon, has taken a three- noon. It has only been u ,few : The evening theme will be friends and relatives before return- health. After the use of al -, pet
    ;Matt. 11:28. daughter' Miss :Mabel were shopping ties! I could do( oil my h
    month's course in ISook-kc<'pint; and since the huhliaml passed away Invitation : ing home. work
    short hand in 1'iof. Looney'w. school. in extend our sympathy to the Endeavor :Social; Mr. 11, D. Wasden received n telegram in Starke last Thursday. end "attend to( my eU chi'' reldta. : bto
    :\11'. and :Mrs J. N. Norman were .
    :Starke and ho in expecting" to no in a I Dentil of lv. Pinholxter Endeavor Society of from Ulnckshenr Ga., Satur-
    (hort time to Atlanta < ;i.i., to finish A gloom: was cast over this .' was very delightfully' en diy evening stating that his Fon-in- visitors to Stnikt last Thursday. You can feel eafo In glvln! S'irdu. .
    his course in a rollrurc there. I and community List Friday, last Friday! evening; at the law :Mr. Lester Pipon. was dying of :Messrs. E. C. Johns nnd W. E. Norman a thorough trial for your to., 4r :Mr. and :Mrs. Al.li, (I'rlhloy. :Mr. Allen when it was learned that l Uev. :Mr. and) Mrs. W. A. Bailey sudden attack. lie left on the early were business visitors to Starke contains no harmful or habi, ruici g
    Kelley: rind :Mr. II. II. !Lewis attended I 1'iriholstc-r) who hud been sick Street. train Sunday morning to join them. Thursday. drugs but Is composed of mPj'Pge.. I
    Ala ilaythe funeral i>f Ui-v. J. A. J. 1'in- had paRser! away. Though his the arrival of the guests !Mr. J.;. i O. Abernathy and wife visited :Mr. II. N. Norman visited his uncle, table medicinal Ingredients nthn! i
    holster near llrookcr; !last: Satunl.iy.Mr. had been expected r rtt for .' I.ones were enjoyed I :Mrs. Abernathy's parents at Mr. Henry Hicks near Lawtey, Sun- bad after-effects. Thousands or women
    1 : and l :Mrs. M I. .J, Alvarereceived came ns a shuck. It was ; the oveninjr. Several I He- Stnrke Sunday. day." j I ha"a voluntarily written telling! of
    that have such << of music were' special features Mr. L. C. Futch was a visitor to the- pood Cardul has done them it
    a telegram from Pul.itku hinting; to to give up a ; Mr. W. R. Warren and wife were!' '
    e their sun, Hugh Alvarez' was very ill entire community feels the entertainment, after pleasant visitors here Sunday. Raiford Saturday. should help You too. Try i t. Ea..4
    t N; with typhoid,) fever and poeufIonia.t such a consecrate' man. All .'! refreshments consiHt- .Mrs. J. B. Mills spent the weekend -
    They left at omifor I'ulatku.11': loving hands nnd medical aid pine apple suucc and thncol- here with .
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    0 v' 0000 6 'Ef303Cw$ m'I Alvarez returning) home Friday. Mrs. do was done. It seems that ,' were served by :Misses E. N. Stewart.A ,t .
    Alvarez' stayed. ) over until Sunday arid nothing left undone that could Bennett and Thelma Bailey. number of this place attended I
    ;, accompanied her son to Starke sot to restore, him to his late hour the guests departed) the funeral of Rev. J. A. J. ):
    now he. is at home Retting along as I....."h tK'if the had., i.m>nt ... ... h.-_, "....._....._ _...____ _Pinholster.. GROW PEANUTS
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    well as can liu expeiU-d. He] was 5H! years of age, ;; evening.; Death of Mrs. :N'euHnm r, .
    r.A .1. S. Jackson is very ill at this !been a minister of the !gospel who attenclnd, Wn :Misses I' It is with sadness we chronicle!' the I" :)> 4
    i writing. number of years having Bennett Ruth Coffin Inez death of Mrs. Carter Newsom, who ,., Y .
    / :'011'. and Mrs..Jot. 'I Alvarez and number, of chinches Itch le Hi..hllrtl.Inrian t : Adkins I died very suddenly Friday afternoon , : fl
    children. of the Vanderbilt H"l'tlon. attended county and was hell] in high :Maxino Willys, :Minnie January 2.;, 1M8! being I sick only n I
    w ihunh here last Sunday.Mr. by all who knew him for he and Thelma Bailey; Messrs few minutes. She se'med.11 as %{ Defeat the boll weevil by planting a liberal acre-,
    d : and Mrs. Percy" philips' ., of theShakeradlf man that lived and practiced ,\ l l Bennett: Jesse Thomas Chas. usual all day doing her household 'f> ageofpeanuts. A safe and profitable minimum
    ;. ? / / scttk'ment, w"I'e'Isitors preaiheil He was especially a Frank Boyle, Wilfle" Ilekle, duties and started over to !Mrs. Freeman crop; .: I
    in t thin. "section last Sunday. tn the widows) and orphans (. .. Adkins Joe DowlinlC.111 Dynl's )late in the afternoon. On- :e:; amount of labor required; matures in 100 ays. The

    4' /Kc-v. W. F. Ming i of Starke\ filled) to lend,) u helping band to : :Mr. ;Marponntl and :Mr. Volley! her way therehr> was taken seriously ?; hay will the of growing the Can
    his regular apiiomtmc'tit licitlast" Saturday need and distress )He[ will be Hampton, and Ernest Dow-. ill with acute: indigestion, and only : pay expense crop. ;
    of and, Sunday.SthfNil. ly missed. by all. Waldo lived a few minutes when the death :: be planted as late as July.
    :; :Notes lie wits !born and rained in : IJ. Rosier: of Youngstown. angel I called. her home. :Medical aid
    1 Our efficient superintendent K.: It. county and, in 1"1>1 1vu" "" in Lake! Butler this week. I and friends were I summoned at once, ,:: This company is desirous of contracting for this

    Poppi'll made our school a. pleasant' :Miss i Annie; Baxter: who been with the bottling, works but could do nothing for her. :: year's crop and! is in position to supply seed---the '
    ? Visit last week and 1-rpoitcd' quite 1 mid to t this union live children place. He, i is aa old, 1 Lake Ilut- I She made n public confession of
    j favorably. which goes' to show. that born. two being' deceased. trod thinks he- will stay in our ] faith in Jesus Christ ami! was baptized I a little twocropVhite Spanish variety---at S2.15 a
    the untiring efforts ..f t the ti'acbers I living ;are>! : TI'IIt..Iuhn.: and as he has accepted u i land irccivcil in to the Baptist t bushel, if ordered at once. This variety is worth
    s' Prof. Davis' and, Miss Ilppeison, fur wliii wfie with him during his in a garage' Wateitown." in which she has been faithful l'I\lIJ'e'h'l
    being tiowned with HULTCHH.Miss .. I ness, beside, leaving\ a devoted ,, I'I1terlainn1l'IItH I I"l>e,. "in('(>. She was n n kind and nlfecI : S10 a ton more for oil than the other vareties De- .
    : Maud Norman is on the sUklist and. three, unVclionute the ,residence of Mr. fund Mrs. I I I tionjite mother and wns! loved by all- ) cide now and order your see. Send for free handbook : I'I";'
    this w. ek. I near lelitives to mourn his : .., near Providence, last who knew her. .
    The pupils. of the high grades whoI'UK"I leaves one brother' :\1 r. I II.V. ;in honor of Miss Ruth :McRae She leaves to mourn her departurenine ::; giving cultural directions full information.Florida : \
    thl'r'n.'rn I test last holslpr.! who moved QuitI'II. number of Z
    in ( Frid.iyufti'inoon recently young hildren, a devoted father and :
    and, the order' in which they Petersburg. and one sister :Mrs. Lake Butler attended. mother other relatives and a numberof n .5 t1'' ,
    ranked In percentage: are as follows: Supp, of ;New River and u :Mrs. W. S. York anti baby friends. Her husband preceded her St
    Olive I I'.io Jackson Inez llaislop, fi'icnds., horse:1,1', were guests! of :Mr. and Sirs. to the future world about three
    Louiso llnislnf), Jo'I"'lnun Crosby, IJ.iymond The interment took place in : : nines last week! months ago. ,to I
    " Crosbv, Ch"t"I'1 VII 1'(../, Chloie Cc-metory, the family burying I Roebuck Stale Prison, Super I She was laid to rest in Elzey's Chapel ? Peanut MillingCompany f
    ,o 'rawford: ), Oscar Crosby and llnochKelly. : last Saturday afternoon Rev. I in Lake Butler on last .' Cemetery near Worthington Springs- r.
    man, of Carton=: performing enroute to the State Saturday, afternoon $ :
    treat: sad ites. There wore people I Farmers' 1'nion Fleet Officers A '
    I ent from all over the ,county : Maud Hunter returned home The Farmer's Union at Graham met I Al,1,
    \ there will I be no formal/ '.'('.rei..II. I stillLoth the lust tribute of icpcct, to "relay. after closing her I school last Saturday night and elected officers m l'
    i patrons( mid friends me biartilyvvclcomed seas MI deserving.The has taught the Ilrunncn fur another, year' as follows I "" 'r'
    tt I to bu present upon the oc- family wish to thank successfully and she has I). G. Kelley, president. : ;::. Gainesville FloridaNITRATE t.
    , I asion. wore si> kind to help and assist place; in the hearts of both. \V'.1..1on.s. r il'-T>r.'idf'nt.' ;e
    Mr. J. H. Johnson the list. his sickness. and ,,. and scholars. ,.. s
    I I is on sick during 1.'I<, : They are nnx- F. T. Abernathy Secretary and I '
    the dilTerent physicians, who have her next term. :Miss ,
    . I BROOKE7TUev. evcr-ieady to do nil they (' is one of the estimable young treasurer. I '4., ;..a.a.4"sr.g ;. ;.- ;-i..._....8n.a... ?P'ir-'j",,,,,,,.._ OvOp0000t?..g_..g ....:;11.

    him. turned out by our Lake But.
    W. I F. Waters; filled his regular The family have the I<>' and High School.
    I appointment here on lust Saturday their many friends) in this end/ : K. W. Kerce, accompanied by
    f mid :Sunday.' of addiction, and we can spent a few days in Jack
    t Prof. Steve Lewis made a business "He)[ was a devoted husband\ this week visiting her mother
    trip to lake Butler last Saturday. auVctionntc father and a ( : J. Knight, who is at the St.
    e W. S. Nabs. spent part of last week ull." Hospital under treatment and
    t heir with his family. last nl't'ount'I1S doing well. '
    .'011'. S. V. Aiidrc-u was a business : LAKE"BUTLER.. S. I. Hendrix spent, Tuesday I OF
    visitor to Staike Wednesday.. I attending, the Jack SODA
    :Mr. and :Mrs. Freeman Thomas\ and The Radi-lillV, Booster ) District Church Leaders Con
    hildren, Waterouk, spent Saturday of, Washington, I U. C, will hold a which was held at Riverside
    oath :Sunday' here with relatives. c'huutau<|im in a big tent in !. : ;; Church.
    Air. and Mrs.I Ray Kubprts and little ler. in about one month from Butler Methodist, church hns
    toy, Jr.I and Mrx Odell Abernathy The exact date will be> advertised n financial method that will .
    passed through here last Friday after Those entertainments and '' finances paid, up to date and

    a ; noon.Rimdm. patriotic and high. class, \' feeling. among its members
    ister S, A. Bryan passed endorsement of President \ I im. ATCOST1The
    1 through our town last Friday and Sat 'retary of war and the heads of Methodist church is in the
    urday.Mr. ing ; and, :Mrs. L. R Ostrrn, of Pukes, This. Chaut.uiqun, Company has great delight in the fact
    :x spent Saturday and Sunday with their than eleven hundred towns charge is doing so well.
    't Ii parents here. in the United States' covering David Jones, Pastor of Brad
    r Mr. and ;Mrs. Percy :MoLeod. of I than 2.1 states from the and, two of his official Bank of Starke is paying for this space to give final noticeto
    q I Dukes, attended services hero Saturday Florida, and from the Atlantic ,..nt to Jacksonville Tuesday
    and Sunday. While here they Pacific ocean. the Jacksonville: District) farmers who want to secure Nitrate of Soda at cost that they must
    r were the guests of .Ir. and Mrs. I K. The infant son of :Mr. and : Leaders Conference. :
    V a T. Ot-teen. Arthur Brannen. J. K.: age' 8 was no prayer meeting; nt tho' act at once
    r' S. V. Andreu and J. I.. Surrency Died last Tuesday.. The little churchVeclnesday evening t
    V made a business trip to Starke :Mon sick but one week with might attend the Lecture at
    day. bronchitis.. The church.
    body was laid
    * 'iir.l W. E. :Middleton was on pro in the Swift Creek cemetery \'. was quite n family reunion Mr. Gunn, the county demonstration agent whose'office is at
    .v*" ; USJ ) fessional business here last :Monday) day Hf>\'. L. A. RuwU. home last Sunday, the ,
    Uncle Henry I'inhuUtcr of Worth- funeral services.. The family being for the entertainment this bank, is authorized by the United States government to sell
    Nitrateof
    ii ;iiififton .li if nth ; John and Sidney, Kichnnl.)
    v\as n pleasnnt visitor here >f>Tti> c vrn" irAnother
    "....._ .... . .. L... . hoys belong to Uncle
    h .ii unlilY JUKI funnily. little flower Sam's Soda to farmers for actual
    :Mr. Frank Douglass of Iho1111.1': ; llns, crone to God! nbove; Corps at Camp Wheeler. use on their farms at $75.50 per ton, plus I
    ) i section, attended services here Sat Tans loaned here for a little here on n few days furlough
    S.. : unl.iy and Sunday. Then" taken away in love. part of the time with their freight charges from Savannah and the cost of fertilizer tags. This

    :Miss, Daisy Lewis spent the weekend Mr. J. T. Quigley, of the ( Mr. and :Mrs. It. )R Richard .
    with relatives.Mr. Lumber and, Supply ('0., Stark .. At this. gathering will mean a saving of about $25 per ton.
    \\iloy Williams and family, of a visitor to our city Saturday. "3O or more ut the home of
    Worthington, attended services here :Mr L. J. Wynn, State Live Richard' vho is a remark
    last Sunday! night Inspector waR here last lady, and she will soon Mr. Gunn
    must have
    :Mr. and Mr*. Hardy, of near Gainesville Mr K C. Williams, operator of age. She is as nimble. orders for at least a carload to be able to
    i were I'I"II.mt'isitor", at the Flmida. East Coast, Railroad at spry' as many a great deal)
    home of :Mr. and Mrs. .\. B. Shaw, Palm lunch was her for a few Of this large number of secure a part of the government supply, and he must have the ordersin
    Sunday last \\'('f'k.I.itinjl relatives. the most of them were her
    I :Miss Kmi-I.ee Spmkle, one of our Mr. Theo. Eclwnr Is. of this. grandchildren. and great hand by February 4th.
    I efficient teachers, was on the sick hat I has accepted, a position with and n great many who
    u few days of last week. I. Southern Lumber Co of a distance off were unable
    :Mrs. L. Sowell visited relatives at He left lust :Monday: Three cheers for the Brad If
    Gainesville part of last week :Mr. H. Matthews: is just under the Stars and Stripes. you are interested, act now, or forever after hold your peace.
    t' Dr. L. L. Lamb : C. Wndsworth
    is visiting relatives drilling/ two wells on ont of the anti family
    I and friends here this week of Mr. J. W. Townsend near h..ro.11' : week to Orlando where
    :Mrs.' :Mnnn and the Misses Boilings. :\ Frank Byrd who is .. make their future home
    Vf Lake Butler, attended services here business in Jacksonville, was ; friends wish them much
    Sunday. town visiting relatives. last '..
    Miss Sullivan of Stnrke, is spending About a week ago' Mrs.. :M. F. : P. :'01. Padgett and J. R. BANK OF STARKETHE
    this we..k'ith her sister :Mrs. was. taken to Jacksonville, to made a business trip to
    A. J. C.ritlis. Luke's\ Hospital where she and other points this
    Dr. Carefoot. of Worthington was operation performed. :Mr. Tillis Ir. Padgett' is greatly inter
    hero on professional business Mon rt'turnf'cl1"ndIlY: and stated the Irish potato business and i

    day.Mrs. operation) was. n success, and his past bl'en'l'ry successful.
    Dona Browning is here on n wits doing very nic-vly. Her for a bigger crop from him BANK
    visit to her sister Mrs T. C. Hnien.Mr. ; friends.. will be glad to hear OF HElPFUl SERVICEState
    'i Long and family of rear Lake III i doing BO well. : W. Alderman" cashier of the
    1.. Butler, attended Bcrvicev here last :Mr. Sam Geiger has just and Dealers Itank. mad. a
    Sunday a fine, latent-improved Ford. trip to Jacksonville last Tues-!' ...
    :Mr. Julian Collins I was a visitor, to :Messrs. J. C. and E. R. I'oppell and County Depository
    It'r Cooter Pond last Sunday afternoon. rather, of tarkt'. were in Lake .
    :\11'. John Groover was business ler Tuesday.Last! .

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