Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 8, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04641
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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t EXHIBIT ; KlUil'LATIONSNew <<; (' : r
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At their Monday the Board t
meeting I regulations fur physical examination ,
et County Commissioners took a step Washington, Feb. 6 -Tho Connnl ::1 t o'clock thin afternoon, probably of draft registrants, changing : ,
in the right direction when they made I liner Tuscnnia carrying 2,17l American within aa hour after the relief ships weight, height mid oilier condition I
an appropriation to defray tho actual ( I soldiers! has been torpedoed and reached tho I Iriuli coast. are daily expected by tln' Locatlion ,
iii expenses of having a county exhibit ; II sunk off the Irish (,roast! but otliciiilI The president was ut tho theater ; are daily expelod by the l.oculBoard. .
at the State Fair soon to be held in II I reports Into tonight said lf)12!) :! of the when the news was received and hewas 1'hLwII\ ll.mrd i* j in receipt ;
Jacksonville. I' I officers and men had been caved and not told until he returned to the of a wire from (lonerul Crowder, ,
The board appropriated,! $250 or so' I indicated that the list: nf rescued. might White House. notifying them thnt new regulation: t
much of this amount as is necessary ; prove even larger. Tho troops, composed List of Troops Aboard' concerning the requirements of men ,
to defray the expenses of collecting I chiefly of detachments of Michigan Headquarters, detachment, and. companies fill military service Imvo boon made
the exhitiit. and transporting it to and 'Wisconsin national guardsmen l II. E: and F of the Twentiethengineers. mid thill they have been mailed to t
Jacksonville. F. M. Rivers, president I were traveling on the Tusc'"ni'I'1 _'acli lionrd. The result of these, regulation
of the Bradford County Fair Association : under, convoy of British 107th engineer train *, will be In accept, men into tintlorviiT
was appointed to have I| A brief dispatch to the war 107th military police.loTth who wouM 'havi> otherwise escaped : \
charge of the exhibit and all citizens ment from London rorly this (.11.part-1 supply train. owing to Homo defect in their
of the county are urgently requested nnnounced the disaster nnd reported Number 100 aero sijumlron.l.r pjlmiial condition, that II..W. under! i
to co-operate with Mr. Rivers in the tho landing of only 1,100 mirviver*. >)Mh aero siiia' work of Rotting together a prize ,This was made public Hhortly nfteri : \ aero squadron.Replacement for rejection Local boards nris not .
winning exhibit. t i o'clock and for more than two detachments No 1 nnd In" reject' registrants who hiive foot
The right kind of exhibit nt the hours it was feared that probably. L100 :U of the :Hind: division.Fiftyone ," teeth, defects, and in moHt case* I.
State Fair will prove the host advertisemcnt m'n. in'ludtnmlI1b"rs/ nf the casual officers.All will' .\I"I..t|. men with defects' that can \
the county could have nnd liner's crew, had l gufio. down. the soldiers are former Wisconsin b.. remedied, with proper, treatment.Thin1 '
every citizen should be interested in When n message came to the !states anil :Michigan\ guarilxmen rxri'pt, ha also Ueen Home rejection:* !
: advertising our resources to prospective .lopartmont from t the embassy iit Lon- those in the aero sijunilron' who probnbly ..11 ,i. i mint of bright ami weight inhi '
If! settlors.B. tllln l saying nt 11 o'clock tonight. lnl2!) were recruited from all part of ( PII-I. and tinLOCJI! Hoard. will .
: E. Brown of Dukes. P. M. Pndjrett Sergeant :Moitt enlisted in the Army IIr the Americans had, )been accounted the country.Neither In' i I. >iiiM-il" to again JWSH on tliosoTin'
of Lake Butler .;. Matthews, several mouth.1ago nml was assigned for, the joy of ofliciali almost swept" the, dispatch to the war departmenl I I'lipulal I'' " "i'' I | new regulations direct thoI'.M \
C. L. I'eek iiml County Agent, C. D. to duty at Ft Sci-ivon. Savannah way the distress' occasioned l hy thearli'er nor that to the' state 'depart' , ,,,,11II \ ' A "" ''I, ,,, nl to PUSH upon registrants "
Gunn of Starko, were ai-tive in SP.- (;a., where he I' till doing ", now*. The first 1,1(10( ul''iW"I'I. nient referred to the fate of memberof i I, ,. II i I II) IlipmnN. '' 1'ul'lnlnllllllll'Y) nervier only whenthey ,
curing the niil of the commissioners in duty for Uncle Sam He latelyspent \i.>r-< .' landed ul Lnrne and llun- the TiiM-nnia's .'I'i( i ". I). M I II.) ' nun' .lohn ,Ion. 1' mini' within the .standards ofi
the fair ,,''''ral day* with the home- h of tl1l'tnl'r,' HII\.llIn,1. ,ill' II" "It ,.t' :Miiml
tho matter of an exhibit nt 'IIlIn. two widly "seperated ports, I l.V many whenall .1,1 I k "II' iinditmnnl; rejection of men who havoK'lni'dinl
and the board appointed, them together I I folk,,. ami this coupled, with the evident fact ; reports, ; are" ia officials bopi> I that i iI :Mi, .lull" :I'lii, IMI.' "I Iliiiolior.ind , defects.Su .
with L J. Wynn, county agent of I that rescue sliipn wi'i'o ut hand (1Ui'I-1 I tho los.of life will )bo, remarkablysmall. I I". nn" ,11\ ,111.1'. <1 Si.irKe High >l Copped, uilli the assistance
tho State LIStock Sanitary Board, DECISION IN CASE OF OFFICER ly, gave rise to bopo that nearly ,' The liner, whiib. i is not a regular School.. .... I IuwfEY" of t leathers of (lie Bradford County
lint! Miss1arJrar't; Burleiirh, canning i II DEFERRED body. on board, the Tuscania exceptthose I transport, was under convoy and High :Srhiiiil: will have charge of I tho
assist Mr. Rivers in the AUSTIN injured by tho explosion might the warships apparently' inckly DISAPPEARS"AFTER
club agent, to were <| MAN compilation" of statist j ict concern ingdrafteil
the exhibit. In I I II have been saved. alongside for work when
matter of collecting rescuo men of llruilfnril ('''"l1ty. TimHiiperinteniliTit
addition to these Mr. Rivers 13 calling I Protest Against Retention of I The president, Secretary Baker nnd, 1h<' torpedo, struck. A VISIT TO JAX. has. been assured byIho
to his assistance the officers and di in fact, all oflicial Washington were The Tuscania was the first hip I i touchers of thin mhool of their
rectors of the Bradford Fair Association 1 I M. Cameron on Police Force up lato awaiting for additional now.i. carrying American 1 troops to Europe: co-operation in tho matter though it
and nil other wide-awake, enterprising Filed by Mrs. D. W. Alvarez Only the briefest' dispatches wore received to be sunk by, (ivrman submarines but i No Trace Has Been Found of will inemi night work for the greater
citizens. nnd none gave details of the tho American transport Aitillen was number, of the toucher, who will 1 bootherwise
attack on the liner. Even the time torpedoed' and sunk while returning to J, Miller Davis-Other News employed during Ihu day.
LEVY ALVAREZ\TNDER BOND I I At the meeting of the city council was missing, but it was assumed that ""the United .States and fourteen soldiers of People. - *
CI1ARUED WITH ARSON Tuesday night, a decision in the case I it occured early this morning ns the were lost with 1ill! other per Lawtey OSCAR RII'IS; IN JAIL..Sheriff .

of Night Olllcer 11. Austin, suspended ,, first message was filed at London at sons.ORGAMATION. I :; Kpporsoa: / went to Jacksonville
Levy Alvnrez has been placed under I I by the mayor Rome weeks ago was I I I.awtey, F'h1'1.... mysterious Wednesday" ufternoon for. thopurpoHe
$500 bond, charged! with arson in con I deferred! until Monday night, Febru-I I I disappearance of J, ;Miller (Mavis, of bringing back Oscar (:IrifI'IB -
,, ho could 1 bock to the employ nf Mr. : : OF I'KJ) CLUIl
nection with the attempted burning nry llth on amount of the absence of go : whose homo i is about, :'J miles Mouth- formerly of Lawlcy, charged with
in the rear Aldermen Grillln and White, who were Alvarez, that he didn't euro to gohomo.
of some outbuildings ot'l i went (if Lawtey, IH pu//.ling the people, unlawful intercourse with an unmarried
building, on Cull street detained nt home on account of illness After considering the l'aSI1: r. About
the Hodges lof this vicinity much. lie in tho
I advised the 1'ers release the The Boys' Pig t'luli was organizedat very / female. win placed
during last week. According to wit I in their families. It will be recalled, Long o to lirooker last two weeks ago SI r. I Davis came to townand county" jail Thursday, morning ami
I Jan.'
on Wednesday,
Alvarez, who : tl) that Officer Austin was given a hearing boy, and immediately following! hisrelease I IlI'lIrIr.! W. M.:
nesses young op'onf.8 the he went back to work for. Mr :With, by :Mr. C. I II. (:iunn, county ngent, hitched bis iniilo will I be, given a "preliminary hearingbefore
the fire company, set the hulldinPl1af1rl' at a special meeting of Alvarez.Mr and :Mr. K.: :\Manning: .!', state ugent, Toroile's, store, went to I tho bank nmldrew 1 (County Judgo' : ( :ianliner.I .
so he rould( secure the $3 that is : cil held for the purpose and a dp coun-I The $ IO.OO and took the 1 train forJacksonville .
paid to each fireman for their run to I' was at that time deferred :\ .Alvarez declines to state why be members Albert,, Shaw urn as Abraham follows: ClydeColson lie was seen that day II I VOCATIONAL;/ SCHOOLKKADV
a fire. A local merchant recognized 'I regular meeting in February. detained, the boy in the room, but saysno Koswell, Orville, Ward Cosby! by an uncle who lives illlJt'k/ ) )FOIt WORK
, tho utensil which had contained oil, Outside of the routine business the was handculTed, for only one night, I lIa7.l'n. Luther Ward Hir/.en, Richard, .l'RIi"1 I and by ono or two men from nnViI"1 I Hupt. I'uppoll/ stateil, Tuesday that
found near the scene of the fire as one'I only other matter claiming the attention 1 and, not for several days as tho boy Kay Forsyth Jesse Nothing has been heard or Hoen of the vocational school 1 for Ktarko ii '
.t Alvarez of the council was a letter from ,I stated when first taken into custody.Thu Shirly. {
'J, in which he had young fii'ors Albert Shaw hirn frinco. His near, relatives have now awaiting/ th. asHignment of u
are president
\ "., Home kerosene a short while before. 1 Mrs Drew W. Alvarez protesting police ore at a loss to account forthe Clyde colson, secretary.We ; ,,1. Chief Kite did some quick work immediately against the retention of M. Cameron I detention except that they think but every effort ban failed. His mission I necessary room has been secured in
;" alarm with the member of the police tor e. Thi it for the of expect to have four or five more
after the as: a was purpose preventing ti> Jacksonville'' was to piirchaso the High School buibling ami equipped
''J? confession out of Officer. Cameron's the from appearing as a wit in the club by the first of March. I
:;!*' : result that he secured a protest grows negro: allow wagon. for tho work. Several have dignified
,from Eugene Williams that Alvarez I connection witli the case of Joe Leonard I ness at the hearing of Levy Alvarez, ; Ours ia the first club regularly organized their, intention of tho
: former resident taking couraa
tt Mr. .1. II. McCiiIley, n up
I .{ had tried to bribe him for "two bits" I n negro( boy who it was claimed a son of 1 1). W. Alvarez, who is under in Bradford county ami. wo.expect of Lawtey but now of Jacksonville of studies IIn.llIs noun as it is (possiblnto
'., burn the buildings. The brick was being unlawfully detained at the a charge of arson in connection with to make thin the best as well teacher will bo en
to help I visiting relatives and lookIng securo n they
building close by has cotton stored in rooming house of 1) W. Alvarez. the burning of an nuthouse in the I tin tho first nnd largest club to be was heroThursday rolled.Agriculture.
nfter his interests
It, to the estimated value of $50OOO, I The Leonard boy had not been seen I rear of the Hudges building on Call started in the entire county.CLYDK and property Friday.. is nn important factor
but is fully Insured.It for a week by his relatives and they street. I COLSON( Secretary. these anil fninor boys generally
understood preliminary trial I had reported the matter to the author Mr. W. I F. fjodwin motorpel .. ......days._.., A... ......__ .L_ __... __" '_d 1._.
is I (" 11 iirri LHIT ru-vv >
lire .K.T itiiK'infarming.
will be waived ities. Having from a number of I to Jacksonville last Ihurs'lay. Ontheir
before the county\ judge It is being carried in moruand
I return In the evening they worn
Alvarez will be tried cumstances satisfied themselves
ir-I nndto
and younu! more along scientific linen
when circuit court convenes for the the boy was being detained by delayed several hours by getting stuck greatly increase. production. with a
in the mud.
spring term. rez, Chief Kite and Officer minimum of labor m one of the results
._ called on him !Saturday': night about 1 There was a heavy shower on J last to be obtained in knowing how
MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD 10 o'clock for the surrender of the '. Kunilay evening just about the I time to "plant and cultivate the variout
young negro.: lie accompanied the officers for tho boll to ring for F.pworth
School board met in regular JIIPlsion! to the house, he ami Officer ',('UIIIO at (trace :M. K.: church, nnd crops .. -. .----- --
February 4th. with Messrs. T. B. Cameron going! to the rear to rnter, for I a while it looked us though no I. O. O. F. INSTALLATION.Tuesday ; .
Pinholster, J. E. Douglass and J. C. while Chief Kite entered nt the front. one would. be ublo to reach the church
McRae present. When her husband and Officer Cameron for OilY services, but fortunately bytirlil night, at tho regular meeting
Minutes of last meeting read apPrRTs1gnation reached the rear doorsteps :Mrs. :;\ ) tho rain had ceased and the of ;May Lodgo No. JO, Independent,
Alvarez forbade Cameron to enter, young folks .began to come out. By | Order of I OiM, )Fellow.H, the installation
of O. P. Alderman. as but after some parley the officer I 7 o'clock tho hour for regular evening I of ollicers for tho year IM8! win held.
trustee! of I Roberts !'pcdal tax district pressed on into the house. On thi action ihuri'h, services, quite a large congrogntion I' This fraternal order has n steadily, <
received and, nccepte.l, and John Crews on the part of the officer and the I if young people had aXHi'ialilcd growing membership and I at present
was commissioned to fill the subsequent arrest of a guest of the arid the service hour was given over i I has an enrolItaent of house, :Mrs. Alvnrey. based: her protect entirely to tho I league. :Special;, une- retiring ollieerti, have worked faithfully
'The bill for supplies for Nebo against! his retention as a member of | red Bongs were rendered by the for t the interests of tho order nnd ti.> .

"Cn"' .'... 1. n .....,.I"Ap,1.-"'-- I th- nolice force. i I leugui: ; choir and were much appreciated 1 their untiring efforts JM largely. dun
I The Board requested a delegation !!: Considerable mystery surrounds the by the audience, as wax also a ], tho splendid shape in which tho year
of negroes representing Lake Butler, rase. While Cameron was engaged! Psalm recital I by members of tholeague. 1MK! finds the lodge.
t negro school to meet them again at in th parley with Mrs. Alvarez Mr.i District Deputy" N'nulu (Irand,! O- n.
the regular meeting in July, and they i Alvarez entered, the house and produced The pastor' acted as loader and in- Livingston acted as the installing If'I-'
I would then be nblc to inform them ai the negro boy, turning him over troducvd Rev.( Thus. H. Stark us: tho cer on this occasion, Below ii givutho
to how much help they would give to the offi l'rR. I first 8H'iiUiT| on what proved to bo u illlceri jf tho lodgu for tho cur,
them in building a new school house. | Young Leonard,! was carried to the very interesting round, table discussion rent year:
Upon recommendation of faupt. 1 oppell county jsil! and there told the officers on tliiquestion of "I low to Improve .1. L I'"pk, N. O.I .
the board ordered! the contract ofifi that he had. been handcuffed ami tied I Kp worth I league 1'rogram.s so 111 to I II. L. Rigl.y, V. (!.
>& Barnes cancelled and the Supcr. to a bed post in the Alvarez house for :Make' the league. Services Always T. :'1. Williams. Secretary.ioo. .
'intendent was requested to notify Miss several days. lie told the officers that I Attractive, Interesting and Helpful." <: I.. Mnssey) Trpnllll reI".
,Barnes of their action.! I!, a traveling salesman by the name of This proved to be tho most attractive J. C. Robinson, R S. N. O.J. .
The Bradford County Bank asked Seller had placed the cuffs on him and prvir'o thus far held by this newly \Andrews, Jr.' I.. S. N. O.
that their bond for handling the Interest I told him he intended to take him t. organized League. An Kpworth: F. C. Hollingiworth, It. S. V. O.L. .
and sinking fund and bond I New York. Seller was present when league night Ii being planned! for tho A. Donnelly. LS.. V. O.Theo. .
funds from districts No. 3 and 25 be I the officers took the boy into custody future at which the entire evening Tinofi, Warden.
cancelled. Said request was granted. 'i and seemed to take considerable. interest servico will bo given over to thoyounjf ,I J. A. Morgan, L (O.
The superintendent was authorized: I I in the case. He was locked up people) and somo good progressive J. O. Johnson O. to sell Mr. Flitch 1.500 shingles at at once and lodged in jail, but later work Is looked for from thu f.. W. Kickliter, Chaplain.
Ji'utch school house at market price. |I,I satisfied the authorities that he knew already active and attractive league.Mr. May Lodge has six members in thservico
It was moved and earned that each I I I nothing of the matter further than T. J. Terry was a visitor to of our country and at thU
member of the board prepare and that he had jestingly told the boy he Jligh Springs and Fort White last meeting the secretary wai authorized
present to the board at Its rext regjl intended to take him to NVw York on Thursday. to order a service flag to( bo displayed
r meeting a set of resolutions relative j i' the following day. F. H. Long, a well Mr. J, I). Randall was transacting in the lodge room. They are, ..1.1.: .
\ to the protection of school prop- ,I known citizen of Starke. interceded 'business! in Jacksonville last Satur Darby W. A. Moitt. W. M. Wainwright -
erty. 'I for Seller, assuring the officers of his day. II. C. Richard, (i. A. Anderson

The board adjourned to meet first good character, and he was released WILL STRINOFELLOW CF.ORGE; ; ANDERSON.Hh : I :Mrt. Charles Dinkins Is spending a and K. I.. Ciray.Rt ..
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Monday in Mar h.. __ :' hour.after being In jail for about an These popular Starke boys ara cup- ,' < aviation corps were aboard the few days with relatives in Tampa. \ Rev. KJwin. O. Weed Bishop) of

Vf. O. W. SUPPER TONIGHT I I' Monday morning State Attorney A. posed to bl''! on their way "over there," 'mat, nut when the daily papers were There will he a working at Evergreen Florida, wan in the city last Thursday
V. Long went to the county jail and enel when the first news of the sinking received at noon it was learned, much cemetery near Raiford, on the I and celebrated Holy Communion in St.
of the questioned Lec>nard. He made contra of the transport ship Tuscania reached I tit the joy of their many friends that 4th Saturday of this month. All who Mark's church. The bishop Is! probably
The annual Woodmen oyster supper of the World dictory statements to Mr. Long, ana Starke Thursday morning it was the squadron to which Stringfellow are interested are invited to be on, I one of the most widely known
Starko Camp held at Mitel Res- I when asked if he would go to hU feared that they were among the men I and Anderson are attached waj not hand. men in Florida today The Rev. M.M. .
will be tonight number of the members mother's home if released ha said that aboard the ill-fated liner. It was among the passengers of the Tils' Fryer will hold service next Sun
urant.are expected A large: to attend.-_ .. he would like to be released so that known that several detachments of cania. _>6nt (Continued on Page 8.) day ia Cedar Key __ 4

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lit.t, 1. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1918.

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have been inflicted on the Teutons. activities of educators in
I The Germans have not jet hN'n'' movement will be devoted to the organisation -

j I the trrne('h'>s and dugouts of War Savings Societies.
ableto reoccupy Bought little thrift stamp--
'] batte ree| by the American fire These IJr ani"-ati'Jn." ; will have a social a

iwJ [r\YCCkS[ Summary of the War : :-'utureU> vrntnif and hl1.pen rorte'd '!'''a-pwt, regular programs bring pre- "There Pasted goes on a It card.quarter- r- '

tej b'uld another line of tre-mhcs at' pared for each meeting night: speech- ha id." ,,--.
thar p.rtleulllrHllt1t.: ;ic-s- will I be delivi'red I I literature read And quarters! come

Ne-xt in impottanr'* to the operationsejn and plans devised for further en-
: '. Friday held! .,'. "r li'-rlm ., vn1l'n> who do'! the American front have been attacks '1- ('!)uraICIn/( ('iti""ntlreneral1y" in war One little thrift stamp

-Hike ( app..r.r.'y. not riiitn: tn ,, ',""k 'oit.ij./ They will by the figrmann: against! the savings thrift. Lejokin' lonely, blue;

Th- .I: in in rrol1lf"j rmmiy! j d"l ', [In H<'r'ln' I..,. tn,..'l l hy' ,,,urs, .martial.hi'h, will \ rre'tnh' in the AITW region anti north I I These societies will be organized! in Bought one for comp'ny
aregrov. mi;
atone, itxoniintr to |>re <--> I li"/i /p n.te h* h4. r.',-,"';' to irriponthe t d.ath| ient ef Ve-rdum. The 1'rrneh war office\ as'i'rt every place where it is possible for as Then there were two.

., r"'hIlJU neutral I ('c that the attacks north of the many a* fifteen people to gather! togcth'r. -
huw i is one of the main centersof ,Aitno were rfpulse-J, but the There will be school war sav- thrift
700,000( rn' n Ii rid! women Two little stamp.
6 the ,-tnkt mo'.CTnfnt. It !bud-I of Bcnu- church war savings so-
south societies,
office '
while Ki'-I i in townalori -- SBJthat i ing
fcuscil to ,
work in Couldn't seem
that UO.OOO' () theater thc tune to Ice farm
offKially societies, Now ma
ej'tiPstore u
the Khini the> Wrhtphuliancoal ; court Bade-n *tr>rmm' troops pushed savings
|{ In 4 I Got 'nother to watch 'em
and 1 other distn tin' the ers were idle because" of Ktnkei there'l! fur into the French front inflicting war savings societies, railway war three. and grove pay reaJ dividends

: (mpire region, including Uuvurm, the mtuatlon white unofficial estimates have heavy casualties and rcturneel to their I savings societieS, secret order war Then: there were A rejuJy market and good
I it Herioua. high UH rOiOUU.; ( line capital wanquiet own lines with prisoners. savings societies and every imaginable
It UHsertcil that mnrtial law has Saturday, according to semi-of- The British have carried out succcHflful 'brunch of industry and every featureof \ Three little thrift stamps prices await all cxopi you canprcxe.

been m dcrlarc-cj in Hamburg and other tidal ndvl''Is through/ Holland virtu. raieli against the Teutons social life will be called on to interest How'll\ get more ? Help win the war

I renters and that in Hamburg the military ally the cnly way in which news it southwest of Armentterc-s and in the itself for it* own preservationin Walked 'stead of riding, aad; auiLa nvara money. This

commander has ordered a ctsjattion allowed to ,leave Germany. vicinity of the Ypres Staden railway, this campaign which i is so new and We'n'sday had four. +f BLaka every au yield a
: of the Ktnke. New revcilU arc reported to have where many of the enemy were killed so little underload at present by the profitable

Additional Socialist! arlers in various broken out in Jenna in the provinceof [ and others captured. American public. Four little thrift stamps big crop
arrested Suxe-Wemer. All authentic reports Intensive air fixhtin ha> been going Foreigner Doing:
(i<;tman towns have loc-n What are All in a row-
.,,- ,- I'CCaukC of their activities in fomenting from th. other parts of Germany on between the French and the It developes that so far foreign born Started me to thinkin'! Use Favorite
'; UrikeH or by rnofcon of their hostile are lacking and the German newspapers iermanv> in France and both the Ital- citizen* of the United States are leading How to make 'em
attitude toward the policy of thjrulHtariHtie give! little information' concerning ian and British airmen and the Germany us in patriotism, especially in grow. '
element with regard t'jpeace actual happenings.'or-: > m the* Italian theater. Sunday Florida. During the month of January Fertilizers
;1 and franchise reforms. wnerU, the socialist organ says it is 'thirteen enemy planes were
:i' NumrrouH industries nee-egsary to impossible to give news> because of by the French fur inside the German I of Florida One Thousand Miss it much ? Nix- a-ttr&da, daped l

the proM-cution of the war have headquarters !- the form of circumstances.An lines while an equal number were Dollar War Club, qualification for 'Long 'bout Thursday able TbflMO tf9rtJllaorll' &r. famo -
'' in towns where (strikes arc in item of significance given out in shot down by British and Italian air- membership being that the applicant Count Wall six. I for tho pry"< action of go. '

proKreb! and doijhtlet.s! > they are affected Herlin ill that the foreign ministers of men. I must purchase or agree to purchase Our line Include ftrUlUerik -
l hy them. :Notable; amontr these in- Austria and Germany: and Gen von In Germany necordinjr to the latest during the year 1! 18!:!, {1000 worth of Had an old razorI.'in' crops. tor truck crop. fl< I
f'Udfndorf chief uartc-rmaster| general -| advises the strike ..situation has about I
dUHtriCK are the greathipbuililinJ! war iavines stamps. on a shelf; citrus fruits. There '
ynreln at Kiel, the military airplane[ ) will meet today In Berlin to discuss -| etieel out, although discontent is sAid In Tampa out of a population of I II I'ut it in condition irons a Favorite>> formula unite' l i..

I and Ion II",'III, plants at Aldershof the economical and political questions Ittilllo exist. Thin torlini has extendee 70,000( people, more than 50( per cent : 'Gun to shave myself. your crop' and /;)tl.Order .
in. lonnwtion with: the territories rianderi -
large arsnals and amnnition work4 I oven to the German troop in I of the membership of this society arefoi'eigners fertllUv.--
: and interests of the two countries who nre asserted to have incited spring :
at; Spa ndau and) the great coal and iron by birth
both) of which have }been troubled lii'ltrmn worker to strike" being Syrians Had my old shoes mended party tr> b-i sure of eettli
mines foundries the WYstphulian I than
and in lens 1
I I recently with strike outhriak-., I Turko-Turtar fore"e-< In pouthernHussi.i and they represent percent 'Stcnd of buyin' new them. Write today fur ', ucla.1
ritfiein.he '' ,ii lIf1 'ultil' and' negotiatinns : of the population. of that prosi filled the first I prlcA !Ut whlcb desurib(
peace conference at HrcHt-IJ- food < >> [peace now are in operation against This the lekson point- Savin's row
i is
tovsk! again is In h"4ion. liuvuriu': with Russia. liolsbe'siki.! i. They already havi rap l''ed perous city.State [Director Griggs that Started number two. I our co mplrt') line.

now has, a repr'sentativcarnpg the I Germans have subjected the Americans -\ Lured the town of Yalta, in the Crimea out of by our prominent prosperousand w. ..JI w.ed I...,....*. (...
'. to another heavy fire hut littledamage and with Hi.d Guards sol- | many prle..
delegatea' who will watch the procced- ure lighting progressive (citi/ten, might well Lust winter's overcoat our
ini'H in behalf of King Ludwig was done. In replying wire elie'rg and 'lIiI..rsII an cncit'itvor to learn for the benefit of themselves and Looks mighty fine; FertilL/er'IiiC .
destroyed entanglements IntIept'nrtent
Americans onward and take
In inland the revolution <,'(>C. on firesh Sebuatopol. for Cleaned pressed and mended,
trenches. posterity. ..
and first line ---- - --- Kl
apace, with lighting }between' the Two Americans were killed nine 1:'>;'fE/U'IUT.\'IIO/ :'>; 01"' War savings stamps ore now on (Thrift stamps nine.) OrlajiiloIf
White Guard representing the Silmarr & Co.,
J. '
-1111'l.ol'le i oiini.u office in this county -
fcuttered from
were wounded and one sale at every post
the Itc'l Guard the revolu-
bhell i>ho<'k during the bombardment.Kinds i at every bank and at 'very business Stay at home und read: now- youwa .. citrus rovo. afar <
tionisU. .
: Saturday at i isolated point) and artillery When It .\ plIiCM'liJthi. Farmer Who house that claims for itself allegiance 'Stead of playin' fool; '. lol*.....O wbu'h>' of I IliuitiaKu:d-) (itt t irr' aiut Spr.t di -
I <
marked the fighting Hits His O..nleal and Grits ( to its government and that ( .. .
all bombardments Watch where the pennies go a..I!,. 1'.1. 011101 4i.i' .o. at-
With the
military operations on in France nnd Italy. Fourteen enemy love of native land which should thoroughly is,. takItt utru.. tra.'a. ..ui.a Li.'w .
the major battle fronts continuing far balloon Farmers who have their own imbue true American Live more by rule. t'. .,.... r..1 tfletn.Fi .1
below normal. the internal HituationH airplanes and one captive grown every Ii

in,,firrmiiny: : .,,1 Ku.s.sia: and] _'Finlund. : _.are. were The brought iulnremiwar down by council the allies.has just cereal classified! kubstitutr in this 'order i\j may mentioned upon submission and- I citi/en.These bonds for they are really One, stamp Tearocer Store, tt

V mill lei me lore in general iriLi'rem. completed:;r-l its meeting at of evidence of the e facts to "baby bonds," an be, purchased :Me!; : gave me two ,

In (fiermany: although apparently,the The council took steps verHail1e"1 retail grocers or dealers be /permitted 'I down ind 2.:>c any time. If one will Even dozen, "Thrifties" I
strikers throughout
numerous empire oral military policy, in all the main to buy the rlroporti'natamojnt, or' make it a practice to invest 2."c; every Week: not through. t.
thus far havfail.d to < turn to
war theaters. The function* of the I wheat flour hut in each and every iaie : time he receives a coin of that denomination COFFINS CASKETSAnd
there has hfen
work I seemingly aleKKcnmg
the of the) council! were enlarged and it was announced th" merchant must; procure in writing |i in change, he will! be amazed Bought me a business! suit, a full line of
in teiiHity
Hitun-I arrived! at complete from such farmer a statement that' with the rapidity which the
tioti in Russia the internal ( that it a j Had to keep a front,
,' I tween; the [KoNheviki and counterrevolutionary -- unanimity of policy nml measured for I h<.' has gown the substitute cereal and' "baby. bond" will grow. This is a Clother's premium four stamps Undertakers' Supplies!
of the now has them' in his possession and ,, which 'busy men havei
',-- fractions! again has the prosecution war. I ; plan many "Pulled off the stunt." I Automobile Hearse.
also a written statement from the
l), heiphtened .while ill Finland the struggle 'fu'sdIYJo't''m farmer that the purchase of Hour is i I. The adopted.chairman of the War Saving. I Always on hand. The best service -

5 between the! white guard and the the tneairer. ;counts of the. I, for his individual <,consumption and I I I ('ommitt,." in this county is pledgedto Twelve cents from-nowhere I at the lowest prices. Special
red! gn-ird' goes on. IJ | PI,'onomie( situiit' : ... _> ..i.. nan y reach-1 I he now hils no flour nn hand. This full information and instructions Thrift card filled; i
i Tim failure of German iiutial Miuntiii" ,, ,, ,, '. the, general J give andis War attention to telegraph orders.
ing bonds Bought me Stamp
newspapirkito I interpretati-i simply applies to the how to ai'quirr these a ; t
: arrive at the usual neutral points stril"1/ t that pi'V.uli'd' i,, throughout theempire I farmer or ready at all times to supply every Gosh! how I thrilled.
from whkhH i of condition! !* in (ier-1 I lait week hn> virtually ended. '- -*__ ___ I with tuch information. I RegkteredEmbalmer
" 4 many in iluxemimited, leaves a veil Apparently, th- hard hand of the military I \\ .\ :-:.\ n\S: ; STAMPS: I citizen I Never thought I'd do it, i _
I authorities had much' to do with II
of the JONES
,. uncertainty over exact fctatux I DeWITT C.
Just wheeze eh!
I i of nlTuiry there. Such ailvici-n! us have I the: breaking up of the movement on With the first month of the twelvemonths a merry ,
J come through however tended to indicate the part nf the workers, whose full campaign' for teaching thrift [ Courthouse Tivcwi]] Saved a V in one week- L. Starke, Fla.

L. \ .. its greatest movement has energies are required by the !government and savings in Florida gone, and with Just iii e-a-s-y! 0
: I' reached its greatest height and now at the pretent moment to aid in : Florida's quota of something over $:JO000,000 ,--
t. it in the process of dwinlling.L the prosecution of the war for even to be- rallied, less than 1 per S'teen little Thrift Stamps
j The commander in ( hief in Itrnndenburg their leaders are reported to have cent of the mount of stamps( has .been Realty Transfers Every week or two; To Cure a Cold In One Day.
.. advised the ti return to their N. F;. Pearce to M.[ C. Croft-E' I ..
I'rovidence in which Helm\ is men > sold uccordinf to a ktatemcnt given Buy me a Liberty Bond- Take LAXVTIVK BROMO Quinine. It mop* lh
N4 Kituated has placed the hard ham) of jobn. out by director J. F. C. Griggi.; of :NWU; sec 10 twp 5 S R 18 f:. 'Fore the year's through. .I Cough and Hencjacbe and works off the Cold

fr! the military upon the ntnkcrH under The proclamation of martial law in To raise the amount which has been J. S. I Roebuck and wife to II. S. Rol't.u'kSW' -R. N. R. I-niuicml U. VV. ;GKOVK* THtiml'i. aivuatura money if oa it neb fails cure'(Jc
- 4 hit jurisdiction. Under a "more Iterlin and throughout the Brandenburg assigned to Florida/ will require the of NK'i: ': sec aii; twp 7 R
;i drastic' state of siege" the commander district by the military commander mon intensified' campaign, accordingto 2'2: E: ; XWl/3 of SE'i' sec 31J twp 7 :SIt ;

rf\ informs the public thnt he will, suppress evidently hal, its full effect the Director, and during the next 2K.: .
every attempt[ at breaches of the for, with th. threat of summary court- eleven months every man, womlnInti I J.J \1. Shaw Sr., to L. A. Rrowli0 -
pence with all I I means' at his, disposal I. martial anil ,execution" staring them in child, in "Floridi, will he persistently /::'; of NWU' !cc 12 twp 7 S K 19I !

.; ])11 KIIKHI.I the [liolsheMki hiiM* "1'II the face' the strikers carried out nodisordeis and insistently' urged to purchase a I E:; lot :li t anti K >4 of NV4 lotI; 5; Ife
< I lured t the important lilnrk i"'n port in Ilerlin Saturday, like war savings certilicatc.When I S'i l lot li;; :NU; lots 7, S, 9/; N'-i lot 10<> C

d ejfOilfKMi( and 101"I the "iailroi l junction those rarlier: in the wcc-k the national government, was and N2\: A of Slot:, 10 sec 7 twp 7

.. I of Orcnbiiig' which lieu near the That under the surface* the politicalwatets framing its War :.: Measure, the ..S H 10' K.Matthew:.
in Germany; nnd, Austria-Hun I I J. DouirluHB nnd wife to ,
I Asiatic frontier. In addition the liolfchtwiki question' naturally arose> whether or :
?1// is continuing itn program of gary !still I I I are disturbed. is. indicated not the people of the- United: States I 1A.I .\. lloilifcs! -:NEU: of SEU: sec I "ej.M .?
hostilities against [Kiimiiniu. On the by the announcement, that the German would not rclat when they had purchaseel -1 :jo() twp Ii; s I u i 19! K.
other hand the [Rumanians have taken and Aiistro-llungarian I foreign their quota of liberty bonels and I 1'. (i. Gorelon to .1'. 1' DowllnirNW' KSONV1UXE4

(lie town of Kishinev i I capital I of liestmrnbiu. ministers i and, (Jen. Von I l.udendortf" long term interest bearing' securities.It I /& of KK'i and, rill I in I K'; _. ol'SMU: ,
:; hief of the German; war lords, next I had been found by practical linage W of /pub remel ; till SWl, of Mill I //// p.- .-i
-. On the battle fronts the most im- eo Von I llmdiMiburg.I are to meet in in foreign countries that it was imperative .1 1 branch ncill I I. twp (i S it ai)) E. /, '
lone conference- endeavor to 1'.t. Ciuim-s and wife I. N. il IMCwlT.UhiKilObv
.:.' pnrtant lighting has taken In !I an that the government adopt <'r to
.. Ihe* northern Italian t I I Hi-re 1, >rmg about an amulitoration of the some system of emcouraging thrift and <' :NKU: I itt'r: : I N of f;. S. I ; OLDEST

the \tist rio It'4 endeavored to evict the "I'll 4'' economic and political I questions savings. I It was notable l that (Germany : As: K se'c I rt: twp s I UJJ K; t-xcppt U A.
I tiil nun. from new ,positions! on :MonteIH ]I it 1(FIT tint'I Germany tel' the dual I monarchy I led all other nations In thin S. It. I Denmark and wife. to A. II. ; faoUTStEXKjIit Wa S1BL/SffED
J" I \"al /tiella. in the Asiago plateauavter and doubtlem lay plans to form of governmental I (eelucation and '. .\\l1dr'w -Ill!'Ic ::11 t I of the original
but were repulsed befori they j combat, the peace" \ views and<1 desires. of | her ally Austria, was next in town of Stnrkf a< extondcil on En-

could! reach the line of the tlcfendiTs. I a .large part of the population> in j llin,'. :So; a clausewas inserted 1 in the I is-i'v's, man of Starko. (I Mi SEED hOUSE

._ 1'revintiHl, th<. Itiili.tnu. I.., .. ....1..1. t hi two countries.Apparently, .. I Ifl."tVar lU'vi-nue: .Act) na.ssi'il l.i.i. I E.: W. :Miller and wife to Mrs. A. J. a __ _
t ",'rokn ;: ;carried: :; ; :" ; : with the ,;iermin It is fall authorising the Secretary of the :'oI<'Gi1l-- flog' S of :NW; cor blk 10 in "' '.;..lTo"6<''''J' '
ma.xterfully out had J' /-ZCR/DA
,. of t the, biter having been bit I I LakeSt /Lake ft K: \. \ .. "; ..7J''rl; ?i .
pushed farther toward their line, in IIl4e Treasury to institute such a ,campaign Butler run :M I 10 I .. ..." ...A ,. ./ U
I '
f It this legion to t the head of the, Tclago ill their attack on t the1 American set tor i in America to raise $:-,000,000,000)l) ( )( ) I by I :L"ft: :S; 10 ft. W 223 ft, sec 31 twp 5 '..",''-'" .. ....--" "1'>..,.$!IA. -
in Lorraine I Saturibiy.t Although the this I S I K: 'JO E. \.:: -!::/ ..1.
t. valley. The Austrian% lossea in the I method. Two billion I I dollars' ,4 .. ___ # a,., ,..
pant few Ilay'4' lighting, not i including' I I attack was a sudden;, tine and the Germans ; means $:!'I) for every one of the 100-, I U. S. llunrnphrey anti, wife to Hoard I"c, J 4 ,I. : 'i tf' __.!'N D F'1 CA)'ALOcJ ANft' /)
.. t hi. "men made prlHnlll'r.II''' estimated placed II heavy barrage along! (000,0110() ) )$ ) inhabitants! of the United I I Pub Inst.-1 A in :NE'a; ; of SWU sec t. ; ) :" :: W.tIl(" Y #mc.,5ii'i-

...-... I lit I between 5.1100 nnd (Ii.IIIIO.r' . Iho American I line of several kilometers States and that i is the ratio on which lo twp the Americans responded with each A.I.I Anelrews and. wife toV.. II. > """ :' :' -
(community assessment is based. rl
r I. On the other fronts the lighting, I : .} t. { . .
7 .
;r I continues! to be carried out by small avidity IIn.1ith their T.Vs! tore upI From thcbe figures says! the State :Mason Jr.-':j .\ sec I IS, twp !."> R 21 'I -' . ". ', 't-\ .. '0;'
I Ics of he German front trenches, 'blew, up I Mirector, it will I be apparent that a E in town eif Kniford.: 'f : ; ;. ;, :'i :' iI rT' T ::
i i .
".lIrtl infantry raiding :
-5'! in operations M'veral of t tht'tr lug-outs and I ' 1 ', .", '. cgi.
i ( }
and by the big bothBiiles. large number of our leading citizens : E. Onann to 1 R. (O. Gnann; -4'3 A in . ...... dj 5Fb t
guns on \j
4 ; I I barbetl I entanirli'mi'tits .1 <.'! I'J. ,- -.
vvire '
I and l busmen; men must purchasethe SW ror of NU.! ,,f SWU of SWU see .- .. .., '. ...'' . ....1 :
causing ..I"mahidl it will require full allowance of (" certitii.'ites which ill :n: twp II i a I u :2-2! I';.
SundayOi'rmnny's SL'V'riil! day ti a repair, Little ,damage: litio( in outer to make up for the I Cress; Manufacturing[ Co. to O. R. 4
;" workers nu htill restlcns was done the American /psi> illon". hun
'. and although t I the .strike movement nppienr Seemingly the Americans out "m..J even us much" us'" S-0: ( worth. :NE cor MV I twp 7 S l It 21:! I II
to bu:, waning. largely/ through" tin enemy on his initial point of assault "I do not Ieliivt84(1(1, 1 Director) : liell.i Frierson nnd husband, to

1 U.' I the drastic measures of authorities t and, later' even extended theiryonc Grigg; "that theni i i. over I 10 ,percent Annie K.; Pel tit-Lets 2 and1 blk 11))
thi-re are threats of further demonstration of bombardment over a wide re of the people of Florida who ate I town of :;;tarke.W. a

I and continuation I of sporadic! gion.On not able j imliviilually to buy $:JO! worth : T. We-e-kg to ;Mary B. Thrower
diaorders. Merlin anil, rnvirnnt,. remain the other battle fronts the operation of War :Savings Certificates, but our -E'a: of SW'i of SEU, sec .t twp 7 .
the center, of disturbances, where I of the infantry continue of a problem is to impress these individuals S U :20( [E.
Thursday crowiU -rturnoil, street minor character, although the artillery with the< necessity for making this II John Croft And wife to J. R. Chas-
('lIrK. lt"rCcrcd l with workers.h.) I: ,duels are intense! on certain scc'Vf Does Your Farm in Florida ?
1 I I purcnnse not fin'.y IIq i u duty tn thejZ'nvP'nm'nt. tnin-Lot 2 :N: of G. S. &: F. Ry, sec Pay
Kept: to their cmplojinent: (mil frl-I ln Belgium' und along the Aisne but themselves." 2o; twp :0; S I: 20 E.
I I location 1 I..evenrthmir Not far away may I b. the righi
'1 juently ('"llid.1 I with t t4n" iiolii'C.i i in "Kranctf. "ThuNeho very wisely inserted in I I.. F. Smith nn.l wife to J. W. Smith RIGHT: where rour work will:: brine the reauite you ...k. U.
The battle front activities lire confined After weeks' of watchful waitingthere the War I Revenue Act the clause providing NWU: : of :NWU; anti, SWU of NEU while to .n.......&.th. many large tract of food farmland

to minor operations.! On the still is no indication, thnt the I for tilt i usance of short! termilitervkt of NWVs:; ec :fl3: twp !R R 18 S and E. near proureaMve coromurutiee slung

French sector occupied by American" Germans; contemplate nt an rarly date bearing securities had in mind 1 S. B. Woo intermittent 'firing hm been in pro. I their big otTVnsive against i II
the great competition that the Moore[ t-t III-SWI. of SWU see 20; Flatter Srtem
gress. A distance of (inly 10 yards, the entente fronts, which it has been coun-j ,vho through it. aubettliary Model Land Co,Pet-
try will face when peace finally eom( lI. SKU: of SUit sec :27; NE': of NEU: % cotnpnniea
the American ami, Ucrmnn; Land Co.. Chulaota and Okechob Co.-
depurates Grant Co.
asserted would be dolivered with theolil 'I line own*
They will then find that have sec :{ I NWU of NWU sec :155 l twp
trenches" at some points.A they ; and ha. f I.r mnlf tuilable;, areaa for both farming and truck growing.rree. .
armies reinforced I bv troops been drunk too long on prosperity and, 7 S R 22 E. illutrated literature on requeat. Your queationa will be
semi-official statement from Her- brought from the Russian theaterI that unless the country is backed up J. R. ChaMain and wife to W. S. promptly aniwered.
lin Friday night declared thnt Fri- I Miring the past wi-ck t the total I'.ritish with vast millions in saving): accounts Br'nntLot 2 :N of G. S. & F. Ry. J. E. INGRAHAM. Vice-Preiident
I.IV'H| iliHturbiinces w"II' of n minor I'nsiialties, were r.l5I-the: smallest that they cannot compete with tho sec 2.)'> twn r S R2rt:!' E. JAS. D. INGRAHAM. Sale. Atont

nature. that the men were returning number in many months.ilni"nay te-emini millionof aliens who will C, N. llnlile'r, and! wife to \. Room fOJ FLORIDA City Buildin EAST.*COAST RAILWAY St.COMPANY Au utinet florid.
I t I) wink i and t that tin prevailing I opinion W.- flock! I.i t thi country, to partake: nf its MuiKai'! t" ,'f SW'a; of NW i itl I. soi'
14 uas t that the strike had pu".scd! its "From the North Sea" to the Swiss bounty in milk I and honey" :2(! twp: fi S R 22 E. I,

high water mark. The Krupp plant frontier thu military activity daily 'I 1 ha I'l.ins in Florida W. S. Harris;! to N. T':. ToIerts-.
at f:>Men was in full swing it wn usnertcd seems' to be growing: in intensity" nnd Poring the month of January the NWU.. of RKU: siv :ar I:; twp r :s: J u i" rNelson
r while work was again proceeding i it m.iv hi' fair i to assume that i in the activities of the State Director antI the :; :Miitthews and! wife to .T. F

nt I th" I llnmburir! antI I Dan/ig shipyards not ilistant I future sonic "f the big hit tt'' of. the various ,cotintv committees C'nnovn-F: '!'in! ft cf SWU flf SW' --.---.___-aI -.- --AJ> .- _
and was to have been resumednt t llfs that have I bem foncait, will i I I break. have been" devoted! to the se- s.-c )r.; twp 1 li; S R :22 E.

Kiev Saturday. 'The. American, I'f'it tj"h I 'mil i French "'"'I.I'rig of sales ngrm 4 n-s and 'IIJ; \<.s statiK'is. John A. Moi'-ran, anti wifrc I!
Meanwhile the i'i.ttnt' 'it-i' ,''contiguous I armies, have; 1 lioen, titUini"i hack at the I I ThU WI1111' tiist work uecesciirv ilToUlcr-l A in SW cor 01':1:: -: . '

to ( l'rll1anv are I thieuletied: with 1 Ia.: ,I I iii'; line, tilhi'r ly fnnly; strong I placing the *t.mips whenthey sri: i of SB "',' :27! twp II 5. i fl; j: 1 J.:
troubles I I llnlliind I I \ I i. tn
her preparing, 'at'-oI attacks, or b\" )lionil'irilinents.while could be conveniently! purchased by W. A. Kin nn.l, wife to :'Tt n' I IKinir
cope with u general strike to lip call in I turn the l' 'lItnn. h-i\c I eengiving every man woman :at-d child. Under -:NEU IIr NEU and! I P1 I II ..'' I IHI Tbonsjjids of acre of oar Florida lands

eel In anil u cloud I 1 considerable' attention I on.i- the plans made by thi- National Committee jNWts I of NEU i sec 23 twp ". !.' -JJ: ,rI __j I I I will be planted to Cotton and other

of difficulties with industrinl elements I noun sect iirs to thrir enemies. n sales station' wtto: h it' estiMiKlied II I Sim kelly nnd wife to W E. "I'1:.I u- :yield Crop th. cotnlnjr Baa oa. Prepa-
appears) to be hanging over Switxvr-I From the A".ri'un'iewpnlnt" another for every too) inhabitants in monelsoii-R'j of NEUjj:: t0 I."p; .: 'vmDcRl ration of coll 1. most Important and l'

land I4IH.'.... I'II.. iiia-u-iivi-i' li>' I Imt'rit'nfls hi- nnv community or eon oty. Thi i meant I S R 21 E. ehould begin U'W. These new boob
Dvvtilopments in connection with on their ".i-fnr" u!' ii,'' fr mt I In nun -al,'< stations in Florida. Sofa :'(l'W Suits I tell how this should: b. don. .nd gU '

the Drext-l.itowk negotiation are virtually is of the gnniti, i.t.-t, .\". mi 1 1 h.' : i i' I. than 1 per! cent has be"n nec Katie Gibbon oompluinitnt.: \ folmW. , I 5:_ =,_,_ __ suggestions/ fur t laatlnfr, tuftlTatlng, I
nil. It is revealed however, Sntnriliiy: then i ",.,11 .lL' Iin; hn i id f '111 spiteof the fact that hm .. Gibson elef'-ndnnt suit for .liv.i-. .. i ertllltiacr* eU. lre to grower
that the Germans refused thi RnNhviki *. nipped in thi'i I i'.t". .rr\ '- ,..,.. ',I'"'.!h in now sroni', but the State A. S. Crew. attorney.The 'n' - WILSON A TOOMETt FERTILIZER: CO.

deli'gatfs permission tn visit WnrHAW. prise attack t n ,t'u', ir t ".I"\ 'In Mi I'' 'or estimates that the drive chirhc -, ('", vlo"n Co. vs .F. :M. i l't', -. 1'u' .3 ..iF Manufacturer* Itlr>al FC"I'tlIL&er ,
i Tho renuest for the repatriation Gorman treni'.. rK.-" T. t.P"' v uI'vvaitlng ., last week wIll bring! Florida's 'nftion, on promNnory 1I.>t,-. : ca; -.---- JacksonTtlla Florida.iW I
of the Polish troi u, i. tl t ." la up wonderfully, nnd thin state I : A. / Adklns, attorney. : lijilli 1I1
tirrny wan also refusedMnniluy. for on attar.!! M'I-I' t tt-' '' \ti i '' > t i-' \ d make about us tool showing! as I' Marhn E. Johnson complniniirt I I 1 -i"--.k.w""" '

: I opened! n heavv tire on the p< sitions. : any of tho other Southern Statox.Punnj I Sac. O John-ein elofrmlunt.jnit r'.T''

' Death by execution j is the threat: Heavy casualties' are !believed to I the month of February the dixnr.'u I p. E K,,' ffht.: attorn Y .
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f' -;-- \\'nI1 the cars leading to I Inc .
I sleeperlirt ( ;(I'lh. good will to a'', men. 'Hi is I a _
4 ; to open Inc <(roor tor her, \\.uii% hedi all .',ad "t'II, .,. ,, . ; T"I'IIr.' jI'
I News of Florida in Short lug) ( mp'> I'll. \\ iittcI 1 II I ..1-.( ' .'.,
Paragraphs. >M-rod I her IIh l The : !) ::
I >ii "I\\ue poiter ill I :> "oil!1' | lessid, I.old, and > I. ; })
_...Nr.dIIftn&q&,,,.........&.Y.........,.. ","'",.,,,,,,,..,,pw.,,..,,..,,.,, j ..."..................... i ., ,once, luitilieil' the I tram ,'unliu-u and (' hiisi 1. iiiul! Itot""tin' !! eii'hlfi; M.iv nn'''I'\' I u, I : S.. : .I'I ..".'..1 r". ..,. ; ,

I the traTn" v .as stopper: niuT ifitit\eil; insearch Iron i u in 1. ..xl 13, ,. .vein aili i S i'' r \ I: I

1 Live State News ] for the lady l who was found oil S.iNhiin'.s: i "1'ui'ttiMiin: hi, a' i 1f.J! 1 k.5. _..;J I
a short distance fivni v\lieri the I train from the Holy i'H.v I bj :a ""' \ ,i'.Jiu. I
,\I its, ..topped! and I the alarm ... .-....
. .............. .. .. .. ... j{ \'Il. 1 aithfiifly tiansl.itiil, I !' I ."'"I i :.atwaginin ; ro c'
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.M""" K tMv Rvamnmja *v! iu9ewMinHii J"liPwi*>>*'> ..... .... When found :Mrs. l.mlwig wns still I III'hl'"II"\ noin' i I'' { &. ... *&: ?

: :4i Told by Our Exchanges. I ah\o I and on nrrnal at Hurnnett's Mon o' I .ady Culy ill' t"I"" "t ,in'" i *zrr3J'!> Ouo

.. i Itikcmedical" aid \\'llS ummoiietl by Tins \\1 i it I ii 11'\, .ii! .u., t I In. i i .11 i i i \\
,. >., win1 to Gainesville. i i iis (!>''III.1:1101"1': a gi I""I i stmu( I >.th t I i II I BONES I

Another development of spinal > ,,-h. il I -S\ -iTK n7>* IN:; f"uiiu ind large, at tinfoot\ 1 .at' I tlu I . i .
nic'n-\ \M u \\ a .t\\.iy, a1 d ut her- J property \ ? eighteen miles RUBBER COPPER
3n iti.s has been h"l'l"cl'cli at "amp \\a-i: ilam.igi I d I L I'j' Ih,' ru..}hiiig water t \illage i.dled II III. 11..1\I .1
Johnston. : :Mcssipoi.imi' II i I 'n I TIRES BRASS
: Thibreaking" "I'! t the dam 1.1'takl'
was can-oil a peep I through the roof I lie ..1"11'a" written aiul' ,, .
'..::4i.-. ,.! it is said I >' .I link Im-uking. of one' of the ninny V :M. I'. A. build "DIessed is ho that tuineth i ih)ui.: stmover. .I\ 1 TUBES LEAD
j' Figures just the rout of I hugs' that hahn built almost ." All I
compiled on A ; ; every \peoplo that .aIt pujul\ ROPE SCRAP IRON
R the rirtt army draft in the state of sad nc.j.I'l1th-iJ < ned to a hunt place our .soldiers" arc to In- found : It to. God;. earnestly, ii oat<1 ilrsnvil' I Ih..1 I IKwould \Mivncter,, \ ?Ne-ea .
I <>n n rrencrul Tonh.Take
f J) Florida show that the total expenses ing party I i in Trlogniim i' Cypress. which!l is' a dreary cold 1 unpleasant night nnd make, known unto t them I the : H
't resulted: in the death of G.; :M. around huge drovc'h.T'lt 5ESOITTQUS/ WC flU T pQOrP1W
a that
amounted to; $42lil.! Thompson | tiroplaio t lila.osihecrfully nienning I { of this t Dial
of \V ininu rail. The pal'ty1',. innn wo see a of soldiers, writing t t they ill {'st mil! ml\ (',rOM's 1'.I<'II"s :
I group l ; might not attempt Vnto, ror ?V ' l
in vain u< I linn/ 'it -
I1l1tunH.bil11', : i with cbill Tonic is c.U.>:lv v.ilu.ilile us .1
Thompson occupy- 'onto their "":IiI''; tilted hnck are over.In. |
4- The fourth annual Brevard county I ing the buck seat with his gun in his I puffing contentedly nn I the old jimmy j i ; (M ',,'ut I 'lonie I I bi'i.inso I it contain. the lIE fAi caf
:fair will open in Eau Gallic Tuesday, lap. The rifle clipped from his hands: pipe others are pairod olf with the menu tune there) null> n lit-, Wi-ll known tunic \aii.paItIa.4iit[' (Jl'lNIN) : ; I 1C
:February 12 and continue through the and \vu* discharged, the bull striking checker board on their knees n I tli1 I clnlil nhont tux ur seven viars: old and IKON. It nttson tine,.r. Driveiout ;57 E.fAY'A(1'5I'UIU': .r, ,
Kth. I him in the right hip passing' through' a few more ii ru' recorduftor jn ncorner n"ii I turncil il ovor" to the t admiration :M l ,il.nn, Unticlipi: ) th,' Klooil ntul '"

I 1 his body and lodging in the left fculc. accord on n l phonograph.running Scattered !of. .all 'pei>|"ile I hat .stooil liy, nnd ulI.h..1 I Bui'iis up the Whole ystcm. bO cents. I _. __. u __ __ ___ ._ _
Launching of the :M.ineoki the first Dr. n I n'I'l'111' loiinn a I ..
Stone nf n letter written l> -
; I'untn Gorda throughout, the I y --- '--' --
'. vessel to be completed by the Tampa : moni'd, and did what he could,sum-but I, reading. papers budding and i magazines are" others ; ..1",11.'hl'l"t." t of which was carni'd, I to t the1'ity \MvSION 1 i I ItlitlS.Kobortn. -I !.,ac Yor: uLvn'Wtiit ,

Hock Co., is expected to mark the 'could not /save him. then we look around the sides of I the 1'oIllUI11.lIIhl wns %written nnd
launching of thi (government vessel and t the commandments I of Jesus Christ I
luiilding we see many a man : Gn, Jan. :-I l I. I 1\11 Money Cost
I \
t. constructed in Tampa, within tho The trial of :Miss I FrancesVillians with a busy scratching pen his head wns' Mirmhcd 1 by t the Angel Gabriel Old Kentucky :Mfg. I.'''.,

next 00 days. will begin in the county criminal court I lent> low ovena sheet of paper. Hero niiu-tv-niiic hirth.ho"'r.vear.s uftor our Saviour's I'mlucah, I Ky. 7'1 \ViII ire. nil\ :il a d.inror/ point.; On \

for killing\ Richard Itickm>n. who '\'IU I and there the i pen has traded off I he :Sitlibath: worketh on the Gcntleinon; I : Mi' ,i. i> itf ,:iniil i < "I'liniMi si'iui' III "./iiI 1'i
A half-million-dollar corporation to shot by :Miss William sheet. of : : ,day shall I be ei t'sa'ah. I ('0111- I ..
while riding paper and rests on the table?, A :M r. Will \\nchter of this I 1'1'" larni iliad K.iiMi'ti "I'mllllll i d.
.\. for operate what will be the biggest mill on a street car in the Riverside sec this man's bent head rests. in t hI' .'1I1r11 I the ni.-iiul 1\Lord's>''iii to go t to Church, and "keep haiti MetrIc hogs that wore down county with I Icholirin .nml., \ puupiTlt" I I ). or our ""gtnti1n{ bruit' I
the manufacture of citrus fruits tion of day holy, without doing
Tampa early last 1> 'l11hl'r. one hand his i.s motionlessnnd .
( body ami
had IM'II;
given up nil hope ofsaving nl pri'siMit high( I'rk"4! no 'lilt'
and vegetable crates in Florida is any manner of work You
A buinu Miss "V ill ohall
inml not
attorneys; Judge (!t.o.! his gaze I is riveted on the blank idly ru a" 'hal I t them and! would! not spend one 'nil .I'l.uit nil or no.irly nil ciMton, 1 1od hinny .
formed I I
in Tampa. : A.'olr'y fln1V.. C. wall front lIj| your tune I in iln-ssing
Uennett will in of him. '
y"ur-,ol\i",. with I penny on them. I gave him one I 15lb. nnd' \ Iol'IIlnIt proneiit; prices fl'UIII
begin the selection of n jury today. "\'hnt has happened' ? one might vain ,diiss.uig I i for costly I have nppnrel and! pail I of your H. .\. 'lJnai ones' I Hog I I Powder I I IJU..V. . men hunt (Iii rrmtit I nnd tnakoiotu'V
It ,
is lined I it
Three men were injured, one scriously understood that th. defense1 will 11..1 k.Ho day of "r< anil! he has conn* III and paid! moi Kooil and grain |III litKher Inoporlloii
n rest. I will
:, yesterday when a motor pump |''is j bo the unwritten law. :Miss Williaini I sat! down to write of the d.iy'a ki'pl, ln'l.v' that have' t Hint d.iy i for it IInd mlvises that every one of 1 hi ru I Iliiin n ro pruMctit cotton
truck of the fire department collided charged with manslaughter A happenings and\ gradually' something : your MIIS mnu| < forgiven Ins hogs got well ami that he )had 1'1.i .le< :i.
with motor truck j .special panel of fifty men has> been ,'ro'd'dI.hlt.. \r hat he I intended I to von You shall not hrenk" : my "Killed '.
a of the sanitary \ coiiiniaiiiliiients, them nnd! now has them in 1I \ II I Ilino above nil I othoni to pl.iyIiiiIn
dl'f1artment Sit Tiimnil drawn .in order to select u jury of six Write his thouirhl.s fur thn firMt- Ii"",. ."... .--.: .. ,. but olisor\e.. to keepiitiiii. "" ...."-.,...... h......"..,.., ......1. .1. ..... ...... .'H'. ,._.". hl"l"OOI ......r.... .,.... .,...........1........''.." ...! ..."__".n.............. ...........,.. ,I'
1 I Wilt) will! try the case. that day took him over long I ; l;: iM'ing vvniii1'n! ny rny own till uut, Cue ; ; ; \ ;;; :
n pathvny he had ; ; ;
: : and spoken.. with) my own mouth. You |I I ns any 1 killed 1 I this year.: ; nnd; foniKo mippIloH\, on your ownninm :
Capt. J. W. Kuhhell, one of the best mink through space to n little* slllllll1"l I I I :{r I want to ndd that he said: hits hogs' ; t to cut I Uown tho slum bill. ,
only t to Church ''
known civil and mechanical engineers Arthur K.: Scgall, Milwaukee: liomohtead whore nround the fireplacesilt go j ourselves, wore down nnd I so sick that hit bail l to'iZt'
I but also ,
our A good ploco of garden: grounil.rlIHlv .
;is., who i.s his > mniisorvents I anl 1
in the South and a pioneer in an artist left his! homo loved 0IH'8-tlll'( one place, h. nmidserveiitK your i L l : t their mouths open' and lux wife i iI ,
I and I observe 'I 1.inted; rlr.htlv. I tfiidod' nml tl
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'?r Florida railroad construction, died at January (9 for Snrnsota, whore he is so oon to unit out, that is helllmore and! hear my words 'nm red 1 (be I''W''I'o'WIi' / I their I thniatn. tho aht"h't
iiliuitid' round can 1>oin.ido >
my a
his beautiful country home, :Mazwcll-! spends his winters and when passing, dear thanlny (It her-l Home. HI) : You ("lease. find l check i in full I for
sluill I I finish i your daily I labor Saturday my account : to \pav neatly luilf .Miur 1"1111It..
ton, in Leon county Sunday afternoon. through Jacksonville "nabbed", by tear in fact: that he, with many afternoon every' t and I vxitli i I "kindest i regards woliog I I will than "
salVO 1
alit ninro
authorities others I by six ,, ,'Io'k. ntwinch money you
as many all
a suspected German left I but t tho I sacredrnomory to remain. i
:: Word( has just been received in Jacksonville and, in being arrested, which he somewhat spy of it i l behind.I for II short while i hour i 1 the 'ptopiiration: I of I tho I I inailo. (nil t til" I best' t Ii rein tu reM of cotton .
Sabbath ,
licgins. I desire fast Yours* very truly, i > ou ever J\\! !
Inhidl I to
4 that jeorne T. Davis, chief resented Having had no op- to make" sure that it would ynu
: : lie, five \l''rnl.i.vs': I in I HANKSTON: 1IKOS.( : I tniS!\ Seeil, Ilook nil
t4, portunity to identify himself, preserved for till time.I every jenr bogiiining I llnslliiKH' tolls
of U. S. S. vns i' j
yeoman Alywin, torpl'do'bollt "beaten 111'" by the ollicern. lie makes Thus it i t happened thnl I I'I'r sO1Ifltitles 'Ht I Ciooil, Friday. nnd continue the four !I' For Sale ,by J. W. Whit it Son, nlioni' ha.' rl'lil Mad:\ of *a moiiov H.IV-

:_ nnd. lost destroyer during, the was severe swept of overboard January An appeal to Governor Catts telling I I mother, sister wife! brother ors'ttheart followuir i rridnys'. I in roinomhcrnnce I of Stiiik'I II;,. Feb.. l-H-ir.-'JU'' : : i Inn; '..ii\ "'"ii nml tbn voi'eli'lile-H,: ,,' ,to put II.

-, 4 some where olf the coa.t of Maine. him what happened to him and asks read. a letter from, "him"I the li\e. h Moody wounds I received! for -- ----- --- -- i hi: It I It I t.l1.!! about h tlto farm rop i 11"iHell
t that some steps be taken in protecting that he doesn't uniply demonstrate you nnd nil mankind You hall "ili.I Drives) Out .Malaria Knit Js System I nml Hltows, vntt t Iho clonr ronil' tuHill

4 the tourists, in identifying themndvcs I Ins affection. I gently" I and! \pvncefully i I I labor I i in Thp OM, SliitKtnttl irrufnil Nlif, nKllirtllnif tonic.I.KIU ..'id., ,,,,mil'ir\: I'n" ;pronpcrltv; It's

The pnrdon board, has elecidod on when coming the "gate city" of Flo- The following(( loiter] from, "Over I I r<"sioitivc| I i vocation.j j it( pleaxed: Goil your I to .'''n.KM..""I TA"I'I'.r-.S. Itt'Hthi, I I I I I..lull. I .."!11."nlhU.*,.,,!'c.Io"1IIlftlu. ,, ui.thrvH.Irtu. I' Free. :iVi-d for It toiliy, (I.a) H. G. j

Tuesday, April 2 as the date<< for thenext rida. There" was sent by I.h'ut. II.I C. I liopor cull you You .xliall love ench. other A 'Hue tunic. IM r miuim uml iluUlrcu,. (>tIC HASTINGS CO., Atlanta G.i. -.\clvlMcCALL (

regular meeting: of that body, to J r., in Foreign Service, to his mother: with brotherly love nnd cause them

consider applications for clemency The people Wnuchula "I 1 received n certificate I postal I curd t that: are not baptized to come to'Cluist '
and will not meet again before that ested, in were intl'r'l I that my Insurance rind receive this
the announcement that Policy for $10,000.() ( ( ,, \Holy Socrniniiil. -
time.J I,: trial had been granted the is i now on lile-'no regjdar policy nnd be ninilo moniln. tliii-if I '

Curlton-d;; ;; ; I lave :Milletwln killed another negro negro'nt I I' jnii;' ! th l rocoru nt Iloinlijunrtors. And. III so doing v"ti, shall lie blessed \ PATTERNSl"el .
:M. (03), well] to do II Premiums l'nn I <| your land shnll ,
a turpentine lire low replenish find
camp near here, and in very omo $i a> *
stockman residing east: of Arcadia, making his escape' shot and killed month wluih would bn-.ik me lip-- 1'inijr forth abundance, urid I will eomfnrl .
wns accidrntly shut through the nhdomen Henry" Wiggins, city marshal, in li 1. n'est pas ?: Thank our Great; Secre ( von i in I the greatest 1 lomptnlions., I

while driving home from Carl- :Many were surprised t that such n ,dc- tory of the Treasury' fur m,.. It seomecl Suii'ly' ho tluil doolh' I tlio ,oontrurv slinll f "?y.\ >niiirivine
I strornlicKI with n run: on his lap \\hid1' rision) hnd been i cached, in the cast ,, to me, that while over hero in dnnjffr !10><> unveil unproiiliililo., I will also ARE NOW

foil off and striking the hammer on I Miller wnh I'imvicfd of murder in i the least I could do would I I II,,' to sn.d:, linnlncss: of hr.nt I IIJIOM thom until _' O N SA1.Kr.
the I ,
seat of the \viigun.Mrs. !tho (list degree ami sentenced tu. be |i try to r"pay'C; >ll /folks m an, infinitesimal . I h:i\ i-.troyfd| ( Iheni :'nil espoi.. hilly I -r--q... f' J4. ,"..:.1#,o ,

I banged.: : The crisp' wns appealed on I degree a part of what money you' II!'",''. )li.irdened, ami impcntiont( unHe r ,/ ;' ). ;;;,j"-..., ( 'h.tti"4!' isIt ollr hillier

Frank Howell, one of the oldest ) I the ground that the evidence did not have spent on me. I cnn never hope I.di, ia, ,. t flint givith to the ,I'UI'1"'lh , \ > '1 firl
and most highly estcomed rcsi-I i how that the murder wn prcrned-, to repay for I the love nnd rare, that lei/ a I I to, the Lord ni-nicinln-i-) t -

dents of Oca la, is I lying unconscious! !I! i itated I shall cany with me in my heart iteishi| the Snbbnth day holy. For, thesi'vonlh \ ,,:' H.II1W.\JtY
at her home from the result of a full throughout} life mid 1''(' 'cll1d. In cast'I ) day. I have tnkon as II dny of ( f. \'('(,' \ .
from the piazza of her home. In fall- Following the nm killed! or die in urmee (Ih,. insurance test I II I, that keopoth n copy' of this ) (
t ,' ing she struck her head against a (". T. Howard, colored death 'by shooting of will lie paid to you.; If 1 im 'lelti'witlloiil I. (lUbiishirig I i i i it I to other ,' Of, I "' .\ "'oS
nt Thonoto-
jag l'l'e.1 rock, producing a scalp I 11""a shortly after totally disabled)-to me., If I I come sliiill I not prosper.,' nut he that pub I { IIEET

wound, and it 1 is> feared concussion of i ,day, Sheriff While and midnight Sutur- through I unscrntched\ the policy will Ii sues It to ,hers/ shall I I I be !h"!oeti Deputy
Logan ci,
S tie of >
the brain. i \vont to Thonotosassa continued ns n regular life illlmrnn'e me, nnd if their sins be ninny ns '.
and their in- the. ; \ l hny"
I l.estigatinn resulted in the oJi'y' "ivdian life. Every: stars in (lie sky anal they truly .v" :

Fire of unknown origin destroyed l Charlie Howard, son of the negro arrest shot of, body ought U .ke one out.Sigriel I believe, / in me, I they shall I I I bo pu"rtliniu.l.. : I \ -;;' :\Io'CI\I.I.

a liuilding, occupiedIIAIMKKI.Y! :
Company, of :Miami nnd for n time I itT White stated, that while the If "your" boy in fccrviee somewhere nnd' my commandments( I send,' my ,
I threatened destruction of a part of the to Tampa with the prisoner Hurley way has not told 1 you he is injured I >. thoiiivernment pli'jrtios,) ( upon thom I ii Iii"I I will I consumeI'i'111 / "I f/ ( f \" ? .\\ (OTI<-..25 ('f'II", InI. -
business section of the city. Several i ( it would be 1, a good idea '' you. nnd your c children goods and I ; J\
admitted / ., II'
I'h"'inltowllrd. 1"'U
I ( stating t tf / I I I J 1 ; { fr"-
to t write und tell ,'allJr' nnd nil I I ,
-othf total loss building i id estimated were about $75.-The I lie that! was the shooting killing :was nt a nn wildcat.accident The ns I-'th I is fie last dav.him that February ments_" which .1 I have other. -,given worldly you I enjoy to ,do.inif .. I/;1- f. .O' I I/ I I I/1 I /:! I I /,/il\4. i I : -'...." '.,'',','! 'for:

.uu. story'hontr to stateil be. that he believes the .\ TKl'K; fOI'V) 111': I.KT'II.K: j nn. (P I If(1 S I,,ocr you' IwI do it nave will bo sun well('roil I liar for j/ '' /r'l I : the n, ('('",. ''''" IIttJj of 1

'The strike of a frame-up stating that \\ II lTIN; IJV Jilt LOUD both, in I this world'. nnd in the I J .I JP&
carpenters at the in his opinion the killing was the world to L l' \ 1 t iinv :Mi (.ill I'",-
1 aviation I result (''''lfl, ,'. Whosoever Khali have JI "
at Arcadia has
camp of a quarrel in the house of a The following n copy f r I l"l-i"'t tern). midrevfl inlivlili
brought. no disorders of any kind up neighbor.) The hetteris pnnli.shod upull of this letter nnd keepolh, i it i in t thojr I \ / ( I
negroes are in the l"'1 request of Mrs.I Ida :Maxwell of house I l I itiipl.iy of
n..thillihnll J
this time. them
to Contrary to the general county jail here. | 1 11'impfon who / neither I I j ,
a .
k idea the majority of the men refusing t It flu1 that a ropy of finstilenoo, I thunder, nor lightning I I I li.irininu tlt-Nlgns.
to go out and work are not members her original had been in possession of You shnll I I henr no more. news of me hut.I all I. 6171/ HI/I '.\\U>
1' of the union. About !GOO) men Excitement was high nt St. PftorsImrg family for many, many years, nnd l Io\> the Holy. Spirit' until tho Judgment
when it was leared that W. I 1) now .dodre! to let the public) know of day Amen nnd Amf' ."
; refused! to go to work Monday morn '' '
ing. JJcAdoo' a winter resident? of the city its i contents. THE McCALL COMPANYNew
nnd a cousin of Secretary :McA do.l >, I .t True (-i py of the L 'lter Written Hy --- - - - -

A-: had come into town with two heavy Our Lord and TKKSPASS: \ SIf.NS; l-Oi: S\T.K Yi>rk :San I I' runrint At/Rill./ ,
An elderly said to he Mrs.
.- woman boxes which ho placed in the vaults Jesus Christ Ti'll it to the Tolegraph; and tall ev'rybody (:hit'lI/CfI Ilostnn Toronlo ..
J, nnd killed
apton, was run down by n
of local bank.
a The boxes were Glory !>e to God hih. : Advertise !
West bound train on n. trestle between found in on ,PIMM' on
an old Spani"h .chl'i of
: Jleclenny and Glen St. Mary. Thc iron located at the bottom; of lake
woman, with her husband was walking on Long Key
near Pans-a-Grillf. - -
the track when the train overtook When the ---.v-' '" ..
news of the discovery
- - - - -
them. The man leaped safty '
come public.
scores went to the ii'and
r hut the woman was unable to avoid nml, dived and dug for more treasureMcAdoo -. N. T. RITCH. Pres W. T' WEEKS, Vice-Prc J. II. K1TCII, Casiher
the locomotive. : it is
understood closed n deal
',, this afternoon for n large piece of landon ) |
An election decided in .
positively the island
embracing the lake wh.rethe
favor of building a. hart, surface public '! find was mado, and tonight. it is Bradford County Bank
: road, from Punns Creek bridge near rumored that the former owner of thepropertv
San :Matc'o to the south line of put- | has
put in n claim for his
n am county. The distance is tw< share of the
contents the two boxe '
F.5T ABU'IIf1J 1889
: two miles with n spur of five 'ntY-j which it is !bolivpd, may be Spam h
ehell road from the main line to gold.
- ., aka The estimated cost is $19:> Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

The road is to be constructed by,700'1
An accident occured on the south STAKKK FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
Florida state road department. ,
: hound tram of the A. C. I.., which

I l left Jacksonville Wednesday night at: I
J. S. ( Pock ) Thompson well known !);:!JO) for St. l'I'IPrKhurlt.Ir: ,.. Alma | ,

.' In Jacksonville\ for n number of yenri ludwig, a passenger. from Indiana p- '

was arrested( yesterday. charged with j I oils, and her son, worr occupying! tho ,
being the principal nrtor in a bloody, d"y conch until near Burnett's lake, I *

,p drama in the railroad yard* near the I when the lady was informed that sho I
,, ? ,' ; Southern Express transfer sheds could obtain a /berth in the Pullman. I 1
Borne! time Saturday night when the I I The porter of the sleeper was in ad- When you hunt. for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had KXI'KRIKNCK. (

t'nd of W. II. Kuban ks' nose wnsnevered vance/ of :Mrs. Lurlwihe/ ;) is "ml'I I I ( You should! use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.
and n gash also effected on what advanced) in nge. with her (

the bridge of the organ. gagand ho crossed the platform boi] The success achieved by this hank is the direct result of its experience in the banking;

I business.
After a tie-up lasting sixteen day \ STAHKK: ; WOMAN'S-KXI'ER.IENCE. -: -

street car service was resumed hereby ; :. We have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, hut more important
the :Miami Traction following -
*; ] the successful settlement company of HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.Your .

...''/.iithe.<\: > night.: strike The of its resumption employeR Wednesday of service Starke Can you woman doubt? the evidence of this money deposited in this hank not only works for you day and night, hut owingto ;

..' proved a great boon to the people You Starke our experience, it is SAFE.
can verify endorsement.
: residing in the northern and western
.1( portions of the city who had heea Read this: I Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping; your valuable papers.

either walking to their work or riding :Mrs. Lucy Hemingway, W. Call st.,

Jitneys. _ jag says back, "I Buffered and could from l hardly a lame got and around.ach- !i" Condensed statement of the condition ctl: close of business Dec. 31st, 1917.

Said to have been caught in a fit of It hurt me to stoop and lift and I''

- mad jealousy E. W. Reed, 1917 Liberty felt miserable. :My kidneys didn't act RESOURCE LIABILITIES\[

street, of Jacksonville, is allegedto ;! right and caused mo a lot of annoy-

I have: fired two shots from a repeating ance. Doan's Kidney pills brought/ t Loans and Ducounli 45924.96 I Capital Stock paid in 25000.00
;! rifle at Miss! Emma Whittaker
relief from the first and soon the United Stales and !Municipal Bonds I 14,347.00
1618 Hubbard street, and waq attemptIng Surplus fund I 0,500.00
aches and
pains in back left and
;!? to fire also upon T. E. Overby my Claims and Other K'-wurcr I (,. 1 8)8 I
the Undivided less
other profit, (
paid I \
when the latter wounded him with a symptoms disappeared. expenses ,f\OAO:
repeating shotgun, the load entering I Still Uses poan'x Banking I louse Furniture and fixtures 1 e),'>00.00( Deposits 3')0:841.: .93 I

Reed's right shoulder. arm and scattering Over three years later, :Mrs. Hemingway All! other Real Estate owned 7237.61

to his side. The shooting took said"I: occasionally takeDoan's
L place at the home of :Mr. Overby, I Kidney Pills as a preventive Over-drafts secured and unsecured 3 37.68

where :Miss'hittakep resided. I of kidney trouble" and they keep me Cash on Hand and in Banks 3.818.10 _ _ I
in ,good health.

The city of Ingln! Is beginning toj I Price CO cents at all dealers. Don't j TOTAL $428,022.33 TOTAL $428,022.33 I

awaken from the fright: caused by the simply ask for a kidney remedy-gftMoan's

S flood which washed away several Kidney Pill.\ tho that
)- some
S. houses th) Florida when Power one wing Company of the dam on tho of Mrs.! Hemingway has twice publicly | WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS. WE INVITE I INVESTIGATIONI I
recommended. Foster- mbum! Co.
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.. ---- -.--- -- MEETING OF COUNTY:
--- -- - CLM.IF1EDBY i Wilson I. Holland Johnson, ArtlLne Mrs. S B. Woodard. + POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. +

Bradford County Telegraph : RElHnUASTS TILE LI.K\L; HOARD N. Holland Percy C. Johns Blanchard I L-r W. E. !Middleton of Hampton, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

... I D. Law Ranton F. Pamth. ''I parsed. and through D. last W. Friday.Mr. Moore. and fondaFeb;;;;: 4th, .1915, the FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP 1.
e eenc1.aa. roe cnrmiMnbiD In ih.
-, Tr. week, will probably lee the SCHEDULE nt'lUIfJCS' children were, votor. Sunday at the Board o/ County: Commissioner was. H'I am of a K.prt..enl tlve. and hereby ..nnuunc.titan *
PuhTi.h -l Weekly, and entered an IItc- r .,,.,. ,,' the cllualtl'1It".n of then MEETINGS: COMPLETEThe home of Mr. M'or's parents. Mr. called to order at 10 o'clock A. M UK- ...,. ,luknow in the eurolo I"'\.
the Local Board. After I S. T. Dowling with all .. that the need i>f ,.
,".rafts by Chairman 1 f l
ohce .t 1. of by
David Jones, Hampton
.t the Dist- and Mrs. state
clans matter .
end the ral.i'g: of reifi-' to-wit J. J. Black- end in a l : :
,. rorrpleted county
f H \ farmer! meetings which havebeen Mr. C. Sullnan! was a visitor to members present chief .Ierk of the HOUM for th. ,,,?.
Florida ; Andrewsand Kl n
Ktarke dais) one for examination: L. Underbill, R. J. *
" : in 'slfner the county beginning Hampton Monday afternoon. welder J. 'ion of IVI7. I mm fmmih, with th. P""I' I..n..o i I.
.A.::'! take place. at Theresjia Tuesday, Jan.I I Mr S. R. Swindle! will, soon live H. D. :May. of sod body. 1 oliclt, the support f ,

K. S. .MATTHr.W.S Editor: and Owner The f.iiowmjf reiris'.ranu were 2V th, and clofcir.g: at .Starke Saturday I,I his fine dwelling! completed. :Minutes of last meeting!: read and faithful d -nocr.tie and voter Siei.nt and..rvlc If... electad l K.: A. GREEN Bromu...
till! Thursday:
f <5ON ,Associate J.dJtlJT.: :a-s.Vd up II February :*nd, were largely attended I e apDro\'ed.
J. "IIBI' Clans 1f..I.r.h and the farmers appeared to State pension claims of F. II. Doug- --
rj 1 Smith, Erne 1":. Williams'l t..e enthusiastic: and welcomed the lass and :Mrs Mary E. Holder approv- FOR buntif announce mush a candidate m

(,'. W. <(/ffin, Jesse S;*,"... ",,11. Thou. E. speakers heartily.The I I ed. .M Croup Two for ...I>omln.llon for the of ..
FEBRUAR.Y 8 Jr-r.on, John Griff., D. O. McRae, I Miss Dtlah Biellirg, of Raiford, attended Bonds of H. W. Raiford and A. A. of Representative! In the Le UUtur. lr n
Ar- keynote of these meeting was"Food the here Sunday.Mr. and Bradford county subject to the action or r,,
t 1L, ,n .-, Thomas Carton CiriflU, baptISm Futch for notary public: presented .
and leetion to be
si ..tea ic !Mar and Feed Conservation" and !>{rs. G. C. Dnggers, of Democratic primary in I
Cell taeAr e4L weal wf .t1.r M Sapp, Ernest: McKinney, the outlook for another year appears I approved.Two Jon. 1>18. I rapMtfnlly: Rollclt the luvpon
Lr. M Brown Ben Hill, William L. : near Lake Butler, were seen in this hundred seventy-five dollarswas of alt wan at aid Democrmtio primary aDd
of the farmer -
c: ( -,' ...way Richard King, Truby: Griff., I tnght. Many and are reducing community Sunday afternoon. appropriated for the purchase oftypewriter promt*, a faithful dlncharv* of my duty if
Frank Stenvii, Joseph E. William, their cotton acreage put There was a large crowd at the for the tax assessor'soffice. I am honored with ro.el.ctioO l .
their time to an increased production lJ.28-tf A. 8. CREWS!
Jan K Keene. John r' Smith, Arthur I baptism Sunday afvrnoon. .
456789r The
of and feed
Chan food crops. Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Douglass were was
Kennedy! Lawrence Green The Bradford County Telegraph
Blooduworth) I>ldick: IS. Thomas. i peanut i* coming into: its own oil and mill the at the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Designated as the paper in which the I COUNTY hereby announce COMMISSIONER roynelf a DISTRICT candidate, fur
O 1 13 14151b18iL19 Charles Yanks. William W. Brown: a peanut Douglass last Wednesday.Mr. advertisement of sale of land de. ease of county commmioner of Outnct No
Robert It. Cooper, Arthur Simmons, I I Gainesville will give farmers a nearby Berry Strickland! accompaniedby linquent for taxes for year 1917 be 3. f lLawtrr and Raiford). lubjett to the wU|
banish market for their crops. The peanut his sister, Miss Ella spent Sunday for acts of of the Qualified elector at tb. earning elveUoato
021 3d' Luther L. Brown James bell has been rather extensively in published as provided by be h.ld June ISIS. 1C elected I tied*,
'1 Wiifeu Ne..l Olla E. grown in ThereEsa. of 1915 section 23, the ,.'
'w Johnson, this feeding hogs
Leach Ed. Simmons, John H. Harris, county: Mr. Caesar Coleman, late of Baker Chapter 5596. old office to the beet of ray ability and to
25262711I George <:. lWbinlWIII..n Bryan, since the stockyards were opened in county, was buried in the Swift Creek Bill presented by E. M. Johns attorney the hot Intemta of all concerned. Equal
d' Jacksonville but the peanut as a riiibu Wall and no medal privllettn to any
t'rvi i Nettle, Joe l>. Peele, James L.IIDghtower commercial had been cemetery Wednesday. for the sum of $50.00 as prose one. C. R. SAPP.
possibility never
i Percy Ostten, IV.M. B. Mr. J, E. Douglass and con, Riley, cuting attorney before the county
considered until lately. A brief gum- -
1I Three hiffaf'nicK.,l and one thin (,rlm, Seth W' Roberts Jim Fleming? of the meetings the principal! motored over to Worthington Saturday court in criminal! cases! for COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT .:
dune I Joe C.; f'laridy Johnnie Given, Johnl I mary night. month of January 1918. was refused I hereby announce cnytelf a candidate .'.itnOectioa
Will help v, break the Hmdenburg: Jon-H, Harry Pinkston Charlie speakers and their subjects is given Hon. J. E. Douglass made a business }f. Johns then re for County Cofnmuilianer of Dm. *
below: trict 6, lubjtct: to the action of the ,
billrtinythe commitdrtoocrate
Lake .
line.Volunteer. Raleigh Uennjson, Arthur Anderson, trip to City Saturday.Rev. presented a um of J150.- primary. If elected I promiM to
: henry Smith James E. K. Thomas, Theresga Tuesday morning-Dr, Eubanks filled his regular ap 00 as pay for services as prosecuting continue' to ffive the duties of the office QIT
i ; your dollars !lest they be John L. Thijfpen Jesse F\ Williams, A. II. Logan, Federal veterinarian on pointment at Roberts school house( attorney before the county judge's earnest attention. H. D. MAY.

a drafted by the kai lr. Buy war savings Jesse Thomas, Thomas C. Chastain, I hog cholera control "Hogs and HOKUiseacei. Sunday.Mr. court for the months of November ,
: I Ury G. Sapp, K. William Fomyth, ." E. W. Jenkins, district : and Mrs. Hartley Tyre, of near and December 1917, and January MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD-DlSf. No. t
i IItlim"II.Thill agent for Middle Florida "Cotton Lake Butler visited school Thurs. I I hereby announce myself a candidate ', r
our l
Thomas I. Jkl"J Lonzo Crawford 1918 and it was moved Ly R. J. Andrews the ofTte of member of school board from
would be a good time to In-' f'hristophT: Williams, Thomas liaising" Under Boll Weevil Conditions day.Prof. and seconded by J. L. Under- Dutrict No.2. comprising Lake Butler R...
elude the Iohee .killl lC' dog! In the ell" Lee K'-ith, Inrael Porter, 'itch'I'I and "Cash "Crops as a Substitute A. B. Shaw and family, of hill that said bill be paid upon the ford Worthlnicton. Providence Palestine. If

t- 1 meatl:HH day. Starling, St. Mark Robinson, Burleigh for home Cotton.demonstration Miss Margaret agent Kerce's Brooker,SundayMr. motored. over to Mr. W. C. agreement of said attorney, E. M. office elected to I the promise best to of perform ability. the duties of the

Martin, Curio G. Gordon, Johns, not to appear further in the P. M. PADGETT.
Ceo. II. Pearce Richard for Bradford, "Girls Club Work"and and Mrs. W. C. Kerce, accompanied of
Chicago! Underhill court at the
; 75! cents a dozen in I county judge's expense
and Food Con.
That fabled goose that laid the golden MrGill, Robert Dc.Sue Henry Whitehead i "War"Substitutes by Mr.: J. E. Douglass went to the county, and that the resolution SEED PEANUTS .
C. D. Gunn
servation. county agent Starke
was piker/ beside the little Thomas Mixon, Eugene V, Monday. Johns as said attorney September3rd sr,
cgKi Thrower 1 !;. Thomas AlfonsoJones "Nitrate of Soda and "Castor What are we going to do with all be rescinded.
hen. >ar y 1917 Attorney
brown For Immediate acceptance and
Beans those loafing in this world?
F. / tramps
Elia Taylor, Allie Johns announced that be would
agree cash with the order I can furnish the
Dr. Garfield might at least have gotten William I>- Ilumt Walter pelle'l I Hampton( Tuesday afternoon-The SELECTS MAY to accept the motion made by Mr. N. C. flat vine peanut at $2.00 per
L.i "rati from Hutnon Keith, lirazel J. same program was followed as givenat TAKE Andrews and would not further
a little more I"fJ- t EXTRA
:t the weather man before he sprung the Silas Johns, Ben fhenian, (lue Finale, Theresga. l I CLOTHING in county judge's court at the Lowell. The quality this year is extra
i o order for those ticatles days. J. F. Canova Jr., Brooks E. Starling, Brooke, Wednesday morning-Th expense of Bradford County and good. All orders filled the: day
1J' James E. Sullivan Ellie WIlla. Cupid lame program as given at Theresa. Section 163 of the Selective Service agreed to the rescinding of said res- received.

1 the Kaiser andhis Hamilton, William C. Wooten Merie with the exception of E. M. Manning, regulations provides that selected men olution. Said motion was carried bya H. T. HALL Lowell Fia. 4",
An evangelist ,
Yt ,tf. marnhals nays will spend an eternity Newmans, Ellery M. Davis, John E. boys club agent of North and Wes may take with them to the training majority vote of said board.
I field In that Judea Incar- YurboroUffh, Inane N. Nettles obt. Florida who organized a Boys Club camps where they are assigned light Delegation of citizens from the NOTICETo '
in hell cane
; I Mack with fourteen members Albert Shaw hand baggage or bundles containingtoilet
J petition for a par- A. Blanchard! Maxie Moore county appeared before the board requesting -
lot should start a
Thomas Lonnii L. YoungMood C. 1"1 was elected president and Clyde W. articles one extra pair of comfortable that the board make an appropriation The Tax Payers of Bradford
:' Wainwright Uwiiht Speed, O. :' Colson secretary. Brooker hag the shoes, not over four extra to assist the citzens of
!Shullur. GnfflH Jesse Woods distinction of having the first suits of under clothings and six pairsof County
abroad hag Richard orga- said county to make an exhibit at the the
for the soldier The tax books will close first
,. 1 Insurance insuring Walter Speed, David p. Carpenter, nized Boys Club in the county. socks, and, also, if they desire one State Fair to be held at Jacksonville.After .
about the law directs.
but what of
keen effected day April, as
; Ituell Dukes Clifford McNeal, Nelvey Little Springs, Wednesday after- woolen blanket, preferably of a darkor
discussed the
I being fully .
I behind me" aguinxthis and
"th girl i left Johns. lon-Samp. program as given at neutral shade, tightly rolled, bound Please take notice govern yourselves t
made of
? appropriation $250.00.
wife an
coming bmk with n French Claim 3 I Brooker. A boys club: was organized together at the ends of the roll and accordingly.
F. M. Rivers of Lake Butler I
'" i Tribune. B. M. DOWLISG.2.1.8t ,
0 i Tampa here with five members. Leon Reeves lung over the left shoulder.
(;Pfl. W. Wiley Hive B. Johns Ed. I by the board to take charge: of Tax Collector.
will be afraid to t-e win C. I'ruvaU, lUncc J. Petty Jacobi. was elected president; Wesley Williams I the exhibit at Jacksonville during the f
I Farmers noon for four i. N'ettlcH Jake Wimhinton, Burden': "e rltary. DEATH OF INFANT days of the fair. The board proceeded I II

., seen .bringing egirn the to income-tax town, col /Itayles Adam Lee Taylor, LeandcrJoncM I I Oak (Grove Thursday morning then to appoint the following committee i i iI r EDGAR EYES
of encountering, '' The infant of :Mr. and
John 1) liiflhnir, Gusgic W. Tuesday's program was carried out. daughter I to make canvass of the '
lector. Finlcy, Andrew .1. Oliver. Boys club work was taken up and five :Mrs. II. J. Jernigan, who live three I county urging all citizens a to assist in Optician TestedJACKSONVILLE.FLA. \
A'' Clasps t 'members were listed, but at this time miles southeast of Starke died suddenly follows B. E. Brown'I .
5iOO! worth of War I i this matter a* :
) Miami bought" $ Sumter Lawrence, Franklyn A.Cuxtle no club was organized. Sunday morning and was carried C. L. Peek, P. M. Padgett E. S.
.: Savings Stumps lit one mann meeting.Why sCone GudHon; IJld.rR"n, James B'I Providence Thursday afternoon to Lake City that afternoon for :Matthews C. D. Gunn :Miss Margaret''' Broken L."s.. Duplicated] i
can't we do proportionately as ; Walter M. :Matthews Britt No meeting was held on account of burial. This family have resided in L. J. Sam. Day &s :
well here? rain. this only few :Mr.: Burleigh and Wynn. i i Rail, Orders W. Poatate
Alvarez /Benjamin J. Fort. Guilford county a months for on Pay
Bill presented A. S. I
Arnold James Oscar H.I Waters I Lake Butler Friday morning-The Jernigan being in the employ of the $50.00 for representing by the in I leo W rOSSYTH 8T
Mr. Hoover/ should award a medalto usual out. C. East Coast Lumber Co. is county l
T. J. Crawford, John Padgett James program was carried Sympathy !
the suit E. :M Johns
that beauty' doctor who declared H. Dyal, (;..0. W. Dean Mulrolm J. K. McCjuarrie, state agent discussed felt for the bereaved parents. motion and brought second by ordered paid.upon For Indigestion, Constipation or
that fornbrend "makes for u fine pink "General and Clutivation of BiliousnessJust
Hunter Jntnca O. Batten, Sidney I U. Farming : 'I
Board the first
complexion." That ought to out- (onion Lorrnzo I). Green, Halite D. Land." SIDNEY j. WALKER DEAD day in March adjourned 1918.until try one 50-cent< bottle of LAX-FOS ,

Hoover Hoover. Tyler J. L. Peek, Samuel Rosenberg, Raifordr Friday afternoon-Same *_ WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive i
Louis I 1). folk, Sammie Strong, Thos. program carried out here as at Lake I Jacksonville, Jan. :3.-The hosts of THANKS: TO :MAYOR TORODE Laxative pleasant to take. Made and
It is claimed that an rdiblfl dirt has C'. Thomas, (;rover C. Conner Butler. friends in this city of Sidney J. Walk. On behalf of the Lawtey National
been found in Germany. Let the Kai- K.) Stewart John R. Sheffield, Mace I IMahon. Lawtey, Saturday morning-lie- er, former member of the Jacksonville Farm Loan Association I wish to recommended to the public by Paris Medicine '

i lIer and his dupes nil up on it By the Jesse Harris, Everett f;. niles the regular program II. S. :MeClcnnon police department and of late a mem thank Mayor W. E. Torode and other ,:, Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo
time the war is ended their name will Burncy, Charlie; A. Jones, William C. state agent for South Florida ber of mth U. S. infantry stationedat members of the Lawtey municipal Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.

b "mud," anyhow.-Manatee River Hunt/ Forrest R. Urawdy William It. spoke on "Hog Raising and Hog Culturv. Camp Wheeler, near Macon, Ga., government, for tendering the association i I
Journal. Mcltnv, J. Edward Byrd Ed. Burke ." State agent McQuarrie was not there will be pained to hear of his death the use of the mayor's office. I JOHN WRITE & CO. I

Charlir Fisher, Arthur :McGU-nn David present at this meeting. early yesterday morning.The The association will hereafter hold LOUISVILLE. I
h K.; IiDuglusM/ Cornel A. Johns Martin Starke Saturday afternoon-The deceased is survived by his
their meetings at that office.
No less an authority than Brnd- I.. WaU"rllon.J.; / Dixon, Tom :McBride speakers followed the program as outlined mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. J. K, Liberal a.sorrmaatand i
streets declares thut HI percent nf Marshal Jackson Leonard I). for Lawtey. Walker of this city, three sisters Mrs. _ full value pIIld I
w business failure are among non-ad- :Maggie Brooks of Raiford Mrs.\ Piles Cured In a to 14 Days
Taylor Abraham Wilson Jefferson I C. T). Gunn county agent, stated< Sal. :
'SI vertisem. Yet there are some Smart Prvvatt, Nick :'olcFlIHhioll, William T. that the boys club work is being taken lie Williams and Miss Lantha Walker, Your rirucKlot will refund money If PAZO ::FURS i

5,, Y sbelieve who try tn make themselves Andrews Thomas II. Morton Augustus up rapidly and the indications pointto .>f Jacksonville also two brothers S. OINTMENT.Bleeding(.ll or.Protruding to cure, .n.cue Plle in of 6to I IBlind. I Hide. and [

t that advertising does not pay. A. Smith Drew It. Dukes, William several clubs being organized in I. Walker, of this city, and F. J. The ant application qivel Kate and .JIChIOIi'1 I Coat tlldaa

Manatee River Journal. A. Cone Henry Thornton. C'ephni the county during the year. Walker, of Raiford. Funeral arrangements m_ _ ___ r,
Stanley Henry B. Stokes ThoH. W. ---. are in charge of :Marcus Canant :----- u- -":: ---- :- -. _ .-- :

An Illinois soldier whipped twrntyftvn :Shirley Joseph J. Starling William BUYS STARKE :MOTOR COMPANY: funeral director. I

if men in order to get the man who .J, (Hull/ Henry Battle Mullie Lynn I I The body of Sidney J. Walker, form
railed him a liar. That soldier is right Edward J. I'rcvatt Samuel Burr, '', Messrs. Rosenberg & Moore have er member of the Jacksonville police INSURANCEFIRE 11

t I in line for the scrap over in )Francewhere (enerul r.. Kersey Adam Green bought out the Starke Motor Co-, and department, who died Saturday morning -

the Allies expect to whip five Robert. Jenkins, J Duvul James Phillips will use the building as a garage and at Camp Wht'elerIacon: Ga., was

+ L million men in order to get the man Turner Faxhuw James II. Wainwright to display the cars! they are selling forwarded at 0:30( o'clock Sunday LIFE, ACCIDENT, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

who keeps calling them liurH-Kalacr Kobt I"'. I In nice, Phil Fergu- the Briscoe. Failing to secure the morning to Raiford for interment.
Bill. building on Call street these gentlemen PLATE GLASSI
non, William S. Johns! Anton S.
in casting about for another
Feuglr, Wiley/ I. Clark Relius William -
t The Lake. Worth Tribune IM pessjmistic. William T. Brannen, Wallul"eThilIWn location derided upon the purchase of: of the best
It says ) soon itS Dave W. Swmdt'I Grady the Starke Motor Co. as a good location Saturday evening the girls nnd boys represent some very companies'inthe

5; will bo" MeiitleHS. !Monday, Trentless/ Brooks, Willie Harris! John I 1) Green and close tithe deal! Monday. basket ball teams tendered the visit world and will appreciate your Insurance busi ,
Tuesday Wheatless Wednemlny Talk- Jaini'H Myern, I Robert W. Courson, A first-class service station will be> ing teams from Lake City a delight

r less Thursday, FixhleHH Friday Halaryless I Dave Canon, Clem; Purvifl, Robert here for the use of all motorists, and ful informal dance at the armory. ness. Nothing too large orltoo| small. i.

Saturday and a Hoiipli'tm, Sun. /Piirrinh JOHUI W. Rodgers, Baby for those who have motor trouble, Punch was served throughout the

day. What's. your choice?" Surrency William/ H. Nettles Butler the service of an expert mechanic will evening, and the young people joyously JOS. E. WILSON STARKE FLA.
"tripped the
.r be ut their command. light fantastic toe"until
K.; Brooks, George: I II. Williams, f.I.: l .
,'v CARD OF THANKS want, Harrington, .enter Kite Jacob'I a late hour.

L. Surrency Charlie; Tomlinson, Hill BLUE POINT.
Kindly allow me space to express 'I
A. Ward, Edgar; W. Summers Jesse
. , my thanks to my friends and neighbors Thomas -
W. A. Miller
Morgan Andrews
the futernul. Societies and I physicians Farmers in this section are busy
r Horaro Culliert/ Oiirar Seth
who were so, kind' unit, faithful Johns preparing their land for another crop.
in their nssiHtunrn, and sympathy, Mcl.eoil llolar SlIl'P'' James P. Byrd, W> have as new neighbors Air-

.. during the illness and after the death lames" Alien, Ifobert II. W. II Hall and family, who lately occupied -
: Holmes Luther B.
('lIv..r.oOl'rMOn ,
k of my wife. Hall, William L. Williiims/ William T. the Mason Morgan place. YOUR MONEY
was appreciatedmore Mr. John Chesser was called to the
'\'! Every; courtesy
M- Williams Frank
Cosby, Berry ,
than words can oxproxs.L. bedside of his mother who is very
; C.
r Gardiner Raymond Collvy
(I. JOHNS. sick at Campville.
.: 'AI. Humptun, Fla. Crosby, Kilns J. Futch, Thomas F.PuugluHS . Messrs M. E., N. I)., J. W. and W. I
John fee, Jesse! J, Aarons,
L. GrillU; made a business trip to Law-
: Doris Bnnxon John L. IJuk.Isaiah
tew Suturduy.
,2 (Clark William R. Dubnse William\ K.
Our school closed Friduy, after a
o\\ Alderman dipping vat on tho Nahb Willie Green, S. M. Stobre,
successful term of four I1011thI. Miss
Alderman farm, two miles' south of Frank Thomas, Robert M. King, Uric Smith wan the teacher DRAWS INTEREST :

/ Brooklyn was put in operation Friday Emory: C. Lewis, Richard! Smith John Messrs. J. S.2 Griffis and Sam

and 125 head of cattle. dipped. A (0. /llolton, Eda: McIntyre, Joseph B. Coarnip made, a business trip to Kai- i
large crowd was present to witness Bowling, Kudding 1). Kelly, Willie I. ford Friday.

the dipping and all seemed. leased Waters Mollie Green: Ocin Canon Messrs. W. K. Gnffln and G. M.
with the process of tick eradication Arthur f.. Crews Oliver L. Thornton nrilfis were business visitors to Ral-
and are Ktrmig in favor of it. !Methodsrmploycd JesHu (>. Johns James K.:. Uowling, ford Friday. ,

in this work were dinvusftud Joseph J. Carter, Thomas Hodge Ellis Mr. J. B. Rosier is preparing to

by Dr. S. W. Harrison government In. Kroxki!, Marion I Sullivan Samuel plant four acres to Irispotatoes.THERESSA.. When it is in the savings
nperfor. Dinner'. was nerved on the I R. Clark Norman S. Parrish! Andrew .
J. )E. Lewis, Sam I
Taylor Josephine :
,v,. County> commissioner lllacliweKUT Croft, Arthur L. Aildiaon, Rasser( Rllolfmun I department of this bank.It

in co-operntion with his 'neighbors is Isaac Adams, Thomas A. .
w\ building a vat this week on his farm I 1 ItiveraJohn O. Dublin, Lacy Reynolds, :Mr. S. B. Woodard was In Starke

ten miles out from Lake liutler. Wa hinton L. Ginn, Joe Hill Willinms, Saturday. '
Mr- Fred Uitrh, who lives near Lulu I.ewU A. Davis Alex Wall. William' :Mr. j. p. King was a visitor to Jack I

is also employed. in lunlding' a vat on K.;, Samuel It. Alhritton Jeff sonville first of the week. earns nothing when

his farm which he will use in flipping( ; Willis Walter Knight Roy V. Turner We are sorry to report that Mr. ,
his own stock us well nil for tho use of John W. Guiney; Orville Glisnon Jou P. II. Neal is on the nick list this

his neighbors. ('lark. Truman G. Dyal, Dexter D.Tedder I. week. We wish for her a speedy re- carried around in your

With the completion of them vats Hurley ('. Coleman Benjamin covery.
Bradford county will have. n total of M. Wilson James Todd!, Lonma IIKutih :Mr. Permnn Roberts, of Graham,
Ll 20 dipping vuts. The. appropriation Nathan (:riJ1ls.OIi) ] h" W. wall in our burg last Friday after. pocket.

by the bosrd of county rotnmUuoners /Rosier Robert Burroughs, Ile/ekinh noon t>r

nt their January meeting of a sum for Mills, Jesse William, Henry :M. Koon I Mr. Hard..c. of Sampson City, was
This purpose has greatly utinmlntedthe Arthur \\'. Brnnnen, Albert Smith Been in our burg Friday afternoon.

the lick eradication work. Dr. Harrison Wesley B. Keith, Forrest Reynolds, I Mr. and :Mrs.!' p. H. Neal were visitor .
is working haul to inaka Bradford Isnu Johnson Willie Dukes Nathan to /Hampton Friday.

A county the leading )Florida' ,countyin Sternberg :Muhry I). J Roberts Oran )I Mr. and) Mr*. J. P. Summers and BANK OF STARKE I

tick eradication progress Jle Speed Moss Dive, Samuel Jackson, (children of Graham visited relatives II
stated that in December\ Bradford Krrol; Alvarez, Charlie W. )Edwards; here for a few days last week.

stood Heoond. in line and frets sure Joseph K. Michael, I Robert l.illhtfootl j Mr. M. Z. Sullivan is confined to his I

that in February she will stand at thtt lunar J. Sibley, David L. Gatlm, Gou.K. bed with measles.Mr. State County and City Depository :

head of this Important work. Ur.t :. Andrea Thomas Mann, Leon Tom Wallace has rented his
Harrison heartily fllrf'cllt> < iha vo- Thomas, Sherrod Webster form here and! has moved to Brooklyn 'I

(r'a t I operation of the farmers in thin work Clans, :.1 to take care of Mr. Tabor's peach IL E. S MATTHEWS Pres. T. H. HALLIGAN .

t and evs in it awakening of the David) 1'. Shirley, Edward! R. Andrews nrchard. Casheir

farmer to the Brent poHsiLilitivs of Jr., Ury M. Knight A. D. Andrews :Mr. Collins, of Lakeside, was a .

hf f Bradford as a tock.raining, _county. Henry F;. Freeman-, Ray V- visitor Sunday at the home of Mr. and -


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It. II'Il"ToIUt.S IS POTULE-) : Songs-"Teepee Land"-"Littlu! Fire- M. E:. CHURCH MHUII MRS. ItOOTIIII.L\ ) -
HKAUL.ltS.itunlay Fly" . _Mi I
r sos Audrey Johns, M'F.AK: ; IN ST.VUKI3Mrs
Nollio Molt t Kato Young Jessie Next Sunday is Florida! /Sunday;
ihJ I t afternoon tho boys basket Mao lI....-d.'n, EluubiMli: Brown Il" ', School Day. Every member of the .I Muuil -
Bits of Local Kill tint. ;of the Bradford/ High: Schoolin Vocal Solo ._ Little Paul Knight: I Methodist Church' i* potted to attend :it 1I"1>l' I Hall Ballmgton near Hampton Booth will Friliiy bo
I t Ih I fut Luki City tfum and wt-re Vocal \llo--"LII..Ii.! ," ___ __ ) Sun I \ll't i t tiuiiiut" in an I interesting i game, tin* __u_ -.. Klunbfth Mrownloo children and friends. There mlbe ,
I ) l''i''i'vsI's) tn I I' buId that
4ut" [', tit to 12.:! 8"I1"-"$.'n,1, Mo on
'm" with
\\\'n3o' Smile" older!
some people'' haven't
Information i ">' attended l. d.iy Tlii'sioxen ises will bo held be.
i| Theho>'8 plajiM umiMially well: n* Mablo IlI" >\ivirotto Floyd' Ald.i tho Sabbath School' ill years. I Invitc t\\;'..n I the. hours of I nml U o'clock

I, --. *% ifmmtmtmfmS I I half mudo I judged, by the score. The first Jo'r'lr! Audrey Johns, :<':l'lh.lutt: these and bring them in your ('1))Pt. Murphy. miinnger of Hope I I Hall,
L1/.11I O.* P..*?.. Bmfa-t4 m4 started with tho same old "pop" LluilltnJI'l'ws.. car. Vile the gifts (iod; gives voii for oxtends nn urgent invitation Ito
LI l I rNltlN6.. .. "4 c._... __ T_ I is always shown by tho Starke Song ----__ ______Ity tho (lli'o! Club His glory. Every: businorm mm: in :Starko; ,citizens to motor there to und( l
-II IF 1.'N' buyi. but it took them n few minutesti Rending .. ...- _ _Miss, AUia Fryor Stark. should belong to some Sunday hour this noted) Wlmnn.
get started and the Lake City boys Song-"Lictcn to the Knocking of the School. On thnt ,
night :Mrs. Booth
-- -- had: scored! two points. Then camo Knitting ('Itil," . . ..... 15 girls There !Starko=: and will lectture will I 1m in
T the work and it was good throughout 801.-80 I..ongloth.'r":\ ____ ____ on..o'nf! n time when people nt the! -
E. J. Murrhee, of Graham, was attending i Miss Ida Warren spent the week. the rest of the first half, the !score ----- --. . ..Miss Ada u)Fryer. thought that only women situ children church at 7:::10!( p. nt. the! sub
to buisness in Starke Monday. end with relatives and friends in Jack being 25 to 6 when tho whistle blew. I Song-"All the -Girls- Say a Prayer attended Sunday School, but there in ject Shadows.of hor" lecture being "Out of the

sonville. Sunday afternoon a party The second half started and the' for the 110)'. Out There" 1& Itlrl !. no such' idoa existing now. The up-to-
Elisha Wilkinson, of Sapp, was a composed of Misses Ida, May and Olgu same old spirit was in the /game. The Song-"Johnnie Get your Hun; and Be: date progressive InisinosA mint is
business visitor to the city Monday. Warren and Privates Harlico and team work found] at Sunday:! School on each Sub-
in the last halt was excellent a Soldier" _______ _1IIIhleIason! bath.
v Harold Bryan and Jack Sanford being very fast and snappy. IIu7eI Warren, Jessie Mae Itaisden, I CLASSIFIED
J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn wall a motored out to Camp Johnston. After The fine !goal shooting of Wall and Ald. Fryer, Louise Andrew. I The pastor of the church hRS been
buaineaa visitor Starke visiting the Y. M, C. A., barracks (J. Solo quite ill the
[ to Friday. Beasley were features'of the game. -"So this is llixiu" .Miss past week but hopes to
guardhouse and other places of interest At the end of the final half the score __Un__ -_____Jessie Mae- -!h liaimlon be able to fill his appointment c'n Sunday .

,v R. JI.: Ritch of Lawtey was In the party went to the mess hall stood til to 12; this being the largest/ Song-"Joan of Arc" __ __ _Mable, "
[,Starke Saturday. and enjoyed a supper of chicken and number of points the Starke boys have Mason. Louise Andrews and-.- Elua- We have a very fine SUI>f'rinten".nt,1 FOR SAFE-Pino cow, now milking. t
other good things. made in a game this year. beth Hrownloe. (All costumed as who will be glad l to wolcomo you at N. B. Mull. 2ltl.'VANTI.nGoo.1 .

Ladies coats and coat suits\ goingat Since St. Augustine defeated Duval Rod Cross nursos.' ) Sunday school.MRS.
[ coat at Sternberg's. .. Big: line of shoes, groceries, etc., at Saturday and Starke having defeated Song-"We'll take Care of Things T. L. 7. BARR man to work on ..
... the Cash Department Store. St. Augustine two games, this puts the Until the Boys Come Hume" ___ __ furni. Apply to II. L. Stwrnson Ij

!i' J. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was in Starke boys ahead at present in the ha____- ,- __________ .___15 girls' 1\1I CAMERON HACK ON DUTY Sturko. I-'In. i .I.t. V
Stark Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koon and little rnco for championship. Sanford \\ -- -- r" I
eon' Eugene, have moved to Starke plays Duval Saturday, and there will ILL ASK: / KE-KLEClToN) We FOR SAIA'.One Ford cur 1917 model ,
arc glut to note that !Miss
: be only one or two more games to be in good condition, with detachnblo -
Judge Wills, of Gainesville, spent from Graham, and are occupying a Cameron, efficient
While our
( Saturday in Starke with relatives. cottage near the Christian church. played to settle; the championship.: ho has: not yet niadrt hi. and popular wagon body. II. L. 1 Stevenson: ,
.. Mr. Koon i ia employed at the Starke The II. H. S. teams, both girls and formal announcement Hon. K. J. Andrews telephone operator, in back at her Starko. .$-1t. '
post again, after a relief of
boys, will told a representative of severalweeks.
to Lake the
L. II. Hill of in Motor Co. go City on the 15th,
Starke .
Lawtey was and another victory l is hoped lor. The Telegraph Monday that he probnlily. Wo hopo ,h,' can (continue
) Monday on business. line-up Saturday would Lie a candidate fur ro-oloct ion with us this time, as her nii-OH aro MISLAID
;', A largo stock of shoes just arrived Sturke: (;. Beasley was as follows: all ('ountylmmis. ion'r for Pistrut highly! appreciated by all. I'wiicv N" mnoo-i-2:: i nul( I.,
The Store that ia the farmers' known as the Carroll)) Adams shoes, Wall Canova. forwards No. :2, comprised of Lake Butler Miss ( nll1r>ron has been in tho rm- Th. ,' l'i'nn. Mtitiml 1lf. .. Inntimnc, Omipftny
; center; Speer, Kickliter. m ttitf |Ii ifi> if John A, ('lurk
Stfriend N. 13. Hull. at A. D. Andrews Kaiford. ploy of the ,
: Starko Telephone Company ,
guards. Worthington voting preomits A< u Th.> $tI.i' will 1,1..,... mum It U> the w.*
Lake City: Futth Porter member of the board Mr. Andrews, nearly two years and! by her di mtitnulAn
Messrs. J. J. Blackwelder and Lijte !Mr and Mrs. Will Perkins and little Brown, center Roberts Mortimer forwards; services to the county uro of grout sweet! disposition and faithful services ni>i>tirntii,>n I,,,.. t>iir lh
,1 Douglass' of Lake Butler, was in daughter of Otter Creek, were visitors C. Beasley for; Canova in lust half., value. He is a broad gauge man who him m.ido many friends who lire sftii i>f iIiiiIicit.) \ ) JOHN A. 01.ARK.It&l.twln < ,

Starke Monday. this. "week at the home of :Mr. and Mrs.J. Lake City: Futch. Porter, forward; has made) a success of his own business ed to know she in. back on the I rim. I,

' F. Colley. Brown center; Roberts, Mortmer, affairs and he brings his spli'mlid'! 1 ,
c -..: i Cedar Key oysters, fresh every day. guards. ability to bear on the discharge of his h .

L4k:, ''JJr'mer'8 fish market, phone 109. I IS YOUR LIFE INSURED? The Girls' Game. duties as a public ofTlcial. lie is conservative ESTABLISHED 886
.. A fast and and careful without

. $T., Mrs. II. R. Sapp, of Lawtey wa. I represent the oldest companyin basket ball was interesting played between game: the of penny-wise and small, and IIP i in liberal J. R. DAVIS & CO. ,

f,1' among the visitors from that town In i America-The Mutual Life girls of trip Lake City anti) Bradford without being a spi'nd-thrift. Any- -' P.
r 1, Starke Monday. I of New York. High Schools on the local court. The thing that looks like making progress\ INSURANCE

:5 splendid team work of the Starke und going if it ahead has! his ready) sup I Ire, Tml tI CC ft tltf p1. hh itt tIle.I lebthlly, Plate Ul ss, Hello !timlin !itgTar?.!s Us ,
t/ Messrs. Martin and Elisa Taylor Jos. E. Wilson Starke Florida.A. /girls and the goal throwing of Anna port <|OOH not appear to involve I

were in Starke Monday and paid the Canova made the local team win by expenditures I beyond> a careful and 'IImiI'W'STARKE, FLORIDA
'.Telegraph office a call. D. Andrwes & Son buy from the the score of 23 to 17. conservative basm, anil yet he is just

!!/ __________ I largest dry goods house in Baltimore, The team work of Emma:: Powell and as ready to record his vote against

Miss Hilda Lewis, of Jasper, is where they buy right. Florence Matthews was especially nn ill-cunmdorod. expenditure1 of publicmoney. .
J In word
i noticeable as they were u he i ill u careful
in with co-partners
few Starko
[liar pending sister a Mrs. J.days C. Robinson. Mri. E.' R. Poppi and children! are in playing centers. and fiifiman, and whether he nnksreelection
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I spending several days of this week in The line-up for the Starke team was or not, it may bo truly I HAVE YOUR TIRES REPAIRED j
Emma said that ho has made
1'owell good
jumping center Florence a nwnther -
\ Orville 1\I\ <)ltt, of Jacksonville, spent Lake Butler. at the home of her moth Matthews ; of the board.
in Starke with his parents er, Mrs. II. Tomlinson. running center; (first ,
,Sunday half), Anna Cunovn back froward I have installed the latest improveil vulcanizer to
,,Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moitt. ( Gardiner ; w. II. (;iIUr-S: :; :iii.i.s: r\RM I I
lui Just received! a nice assortment of Iludys front forward; Ella my equipment :iiul I can now I liancllc any site tires!

,.. i*,Ford tops and curtains complete, .spring good at Andrews, Raiford. Mny Fripp" Long back' guard front (first guard half.; Martha) :'Ile RrR. 1.'. II. I'rii'o nnd, James t up to and including 1-2 inch. Do not throw your

19.50. M. Leviton. Starke. .. The Reynolds, well known nnviil Htur-os I )
s "' line-up for Lake City was: worn tires away or sell to the junkman for u mere
t Drs. J. P. Tomlinson and Blott madea Helen N'auright, opernturw of t:Graluim bought the WII. .

. lLThe sweeper bought: by the oitY business trip to Jacksonville Wed- Sarah Henry, running jumping/ center renter(first; I. (:irfoii farm, two nlll's south of pittance, hut bring them to n".'. When you get (them :

f some weeks ago will be put in sei J. sday. halfJ; ? Canon/ Tolliert, back forward; town, Wednesday. This IH a line tractof : hack they will he good for hundred of miles. Lowest -
]',Vlce on our streets at an early databJ ," Mamie Bryan, front forward : land onMHting of I 120:! ) aores, amiMessrs
J. V. Jones, of Hampton was in Young front guard Maud ; Mary I'rue; aol Kojnolds, arc well I prices, best workmanshil"I .
l Farnell
J J. 11. Tolbrrt, of Hampton, was nttndir the city Wednesday attending to busi- back guard. Mamie; Bryan featured., pleased with their /imrihasu. 'lii,' I have for sale some seconds in all sizes] which
>? to business matters in the ness. ....uf As the form of playing' of the two consideration was $|,lif>0. Ci. W. I..'P
city Friday. teams conflicted the captains will conduct the farming operation for will be sold cheap. See me before tniying.

A. D. Andrews just received a dozen promised! by playinthe! \ first com half the new owners. ....
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horses -
bead of mules.J.
f of the Lake Butler good and win tne court
Editor Proctor divided into three IMPOKTAM' MKETINti: i Starke Vulcanizing Works
(Times, was a business visitor to parts (Stnrke) The second half the J'
[ Starke Monday. E. Wilson, the insurance man, court was divided into two i :
) ,. was a business visitor to Raiford Wed. (Lake City.) In doing this Martha parts There will bo .u meeting of the BURRIWRS Prop. STARKE FLA.
I.uwtay National Farm Loan As- ,
; i Millinery at cost. Sternberg'a. nesday.Dr. Fripp and Sarah Henry came out in [ 1-
the last half and Florence Matthews' Rociution held at Luwtcy on Tuesday, -

_J Messrs.. William and Frank Bran- Jolly, of Waldo spent Wednesday took Martha Fripp's place as back February 12th: nt 10 o'clock a. m., for : I
'the of oflicers\ for
in Starke :Man-! in Starke on a visit to his daughter gUArd. I purpose electing ,
of Palestine, were
[ nen day, on business. Mrs. W. B. Harvard.Superintendent Referees! : Mrs I.undy, of Rtarke I the (ensuing year. All male l member! DClO. .0ClO' OCiO .0=0. .
[ r first half, and Henry fribble, of Luke of the association arc requested to be o 100a

;: .,.,') Brady Brown one of prominent Visited the schools of in the Schools western Poppell part City The second girls team half. will I present. C. B. SAPI'. Sec. D o IIIl '
I citizens of the Blair section, was at. from play the team .---- - o YOUR COUNTRY CALLS
: {tending to business in Starke Monday, of the county this week. St. Augustine on the local court FA IK OKMCKKS: 'II) !MI'ET
Saturday afternoon. Go out and watch _
: Men's of all kinds at ; Coming soon-another car of that the locals win the game.
wear Steffi- I I
berg's. tried and true Phos-lime. (Soft phos- NEW MEMHEKS e; The officers and, dim tors of the FOR PATRIOTISM
". e '. phate and lime.) Leave your orders MADK WELCOME Bradford, County Fair Association, anil

K.W.. E. Torode, of Lnwtey, was in f nV early. N. B. Hull. Rcci-ptinn and-Social at Rapt ist the committee IIpp"inted by the Hoard! o FOR PRODUCTION o
and caller at the Tele- Church of County CommmsionerH to asuiKt in o
LI [city Monday a Friday Evening D
groph office.l Capt. Murphy, manager of Hope collecting an exhibit> ut the State FOR ECONOMY o

[ ________ ________ Hall Hampton, was a business visitorto Last Friday -evening informal Fair are requested to meet nt Lake o
V\, C. II. Harrison one of Worthington Starke Tuesday.For social and reception was an tendered its Butler Tuesday February Uth:! at 10 I I Your love of country will stimulate your Patriotism.

,,;Springs' prominent citizens, was in carpenter work or repair work membership tist Church,and the friends by the Bap( o'clock a. m. F. M. RIVKHS Prca. I I Fear of hunger will help to stimulate you to Production-

:Starke. Sunday.\ I' lot any kind, phone 157. J. P. Robin- honor of its new members.occasion being in I I We help you to practice Economy by selling for cash,

.'; C. J. Johnson of Lake Butler was son. The large and joyous crowd were '- 4'+44++4-tO I ItoI -ftt-' therefore, selling you more for the same money than o
,F the business visitors to .Starke received l by :Mr. and) Mrs. T. N. o
among i Mike Klondes was in the Metropolis Lim. elsewhere Come and take look through our store, D
1. Monday. Laugh, Mr. and Mrs. J. ij:'. Kickliter, T COMPARISON I o I o
several days of this week attending to Messrs.\ J. E. Futch O of
/ and I.. C. Powell. __ packed with a splendid line household supplies.

It:, Rub-My-Tism-Antlspphc, reliefsS business. The punch bowl was prenided over \\'. INVITE Misses
by> Emma
Neuralgia, esc.i Darby, Eva ; '
Rheumatism, Sprains, Epperson.
;, Get your lime and fertilizer fromN. Jessie Thomas, Mesdames J. Jo:. an; toprlteand <|uality, o f-our + I I of our goods. Then estimate the money you can

"*,i,,I G. C. Driggers, of Lake the Butler, attended that. B.will Hull.make lIe big can crops.tell you the kind Hess.Wilson, J. M. Brownlee, and li. V. choice line of I I save by buying your supplies from us.

the meeting of coutyI At intervals during: the evening the GROCERIES Save the nickels...tlicy make dollars. o
Monday. o
boards v _
Misses Clara Moitt and Eunice
following beautiful program was executed ... n
1 You need them must have J
Robinson returned from Brooker Tues : ":::.

I.. among Phillip the Crosby citizens of from Brooker that section, was day afternoon. "Love's Old Sweet l Song" ____:Molloy After them. and THE CASH AND CARRY STOREo
Church Orchestra comparing our xood
. attending the meeting of the board Excuse us for being personal but Greeting! to New T
"Ul Members, by the prices with others you will I
4r' Monday. it's about time you fixed that fence pastor, Rev. W. G. Law. KNOW why we have no fear. tMIKE'S J. F. Kickliter Prop.

Florida and N..,repaired that leaky roof, rebuilt those Male Quartette "Not Drifting" .. __ H U UClO
4 Seed Irish potatoes, }
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____ Parkhurst FRUIT STORE \
C. seed chufas, field and garVI shaky steps, patched the hole in the -- -- --------
peanuts. ',floor' thing and otherwise Townsend, U. Law, W. G. Law, I D -OO .OO' -.OClO' O2O2
Hull. painted op :
den seed. N. B.
C. Tatum I4tII'I' -"4 I I 444tIl4tt
freshened the premises.
up Welcome to Younl'eople's/ Society, -
( Special sala going on at the Cash UIGLEY LUMBER &: SUPPLY CO. by president Albert DuBone. till" 1 1 n 1 1 1 III' i 1 1 **+++1 III" 1 H-H 1 .1' 1 .
Department Store. ImprovementsMr. Piano Duo "March Militairs" .
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and :Mrs. Kerce, who live in the :Mrs. I). C. Jones and Elizabeth
i" Reward's Theatre now shows onfr western part of the county, were visitors Brownlee. -

r:, Monday rights: instead of Tuesday*, at the home of Mr. N. T. Ritch. Vocal Solo "Beauteous Night" __ u_ Starts your Liver Without Mak- Saturday SpecialsFor
of the ruling of the fuel.jid. .. ..
account ------ --.---- ,-..._ Barcarolle! You
Sick and
mlnlstrator. jtrt We pay cash for eggs. J. F. Kick- Miss Frances May:!!: ing Cannot
ii er. Reading, "Bobby :Shafto"Miss .Nelle Salivate.
: Messrs. I). J. Byrd, Perry Byrd l, II. Hughes: '
I of Graham Violin tomorrow we are offering some of the best bargain 1
Wasden and R Surrency R. P. Turner is home fora Duct "Sacred"______--.Tizlor.
were in Starke Monday attending short visit to his parents, Mr. and ;Miss riorm and C. Tatum Every druggist in town-yotir druggist of the season in shoes. Shoes for men, shoes for women,
the meeting of the county boards. Vocal Solo, "Spring Song"-Woodman, and everybody's druggist has noticed -
W. M. Turner. shoes for children work shoe, dress shoes school shoes.
't :Mrs. J. E. Futch__ _ __ a great falling off in the s&loIf ,
Now is the time to make your fa- for SaturdayToiatoeJ.I Vocal Solo "Be* Bolt" Old Ballad Air .. i calomel. They all give the same We have just received 1,000 pair of the latast mrke of .

pain and get ready for Spring. See lb.Special can 8 cents; 2 lb. can. 11 cents; It. e Law Dodson's Liver Tone is talcing shoes, and we guarantee satisfaction. Come and look this

us for material. 3 lb. can 15 cents. J. F. KicklHer, CAMP FJKE aIU$ ENTERTAINiMK.NT > line over. We have the shoe for you at a price we chal-
& SUPPLY is dangerous and people
For Improvements * 'i rn10n. while Dodson's Liver Tone is enge you to find elsewhese. Positively i i.a bargain tale of
Our line of shoe is larger than
ever. Sternberg's. Last evening! at the high school $ safe and gives better re- shoes-one that will never happen again until the price of
Messrs. P. M. Padgett, Willie Andrews I auditorium, th' Waselandcu i said a prominent local drug.k1it. leather takes drop.
I and S. 1\[. Carver of Lake Butler Camp Uodson's Liver Ton is a
of ColoradoSprings. person-
Mrs. Katie Floyd. r"irej (Tljls) pr.s.nted a beautiful entertainment -
were in Starke Monday attendingto ColorAdo. I is visiting her to a large and appreciative p1& guaranteed by every druggist who We are offering a high ,grade

business matters. father, )Ir. N. T. Hitch. "audience.! (ffls it. A large bottle costs 60 cents, men's work shoe-solid leather,
Md. I JE} M': .>Johns the talented) KM! if n fails to give easy relief invfry I
Messrs. J. F. Douglass. A. C. Crawford 'guAnllan, of the camp, trained the case of liver sluggishness and from top to bottom-one that you
M. Brown and We have few of those handsome, '
II. S. Pinltston. J. a girls Cnr this pretty affair and ,., and still $2 40
Martin Brown of the Dukes section, specially priced front doors left. the proceeds will very he used for the bene constipation, you have only to ask for can wear with comfort a
back.Dod.ion's .
were in town Saturday. Nothing adds so much to the appearance fit of the organization. your money shoe that will wear like iron. We .
Liver Tone
of home as a distinctive The decorated Is a pleasant- .
your itatre was to represent are offering these soecial for Saturday
tasting, purely vegetable remedy,
Break your Cold or LaGrippe witha entrance. a woodland scene, and hud a
few doses of 666. tf r QUIGLEY LUMBER &: SUPPLY CO. most suitable background for the harmless! to both children and adults. at .
For Improvement attractive performers. The following Take a spoonful at night: and wake
Our entire line of shoes will at a {big reduction. You
Private C. M. Dees, of the ordnance numbers composed the interesting up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick
department Camp Jackson, Columbia, program: : headache, acid stomach or constipated can get just as big bargain for yourself at the above.

S. Ci.'is: spending a short while with NOTICEThe ; "Hawaii Butterfly" ___.Louise Andrews bowels. It doesn't grips or caus! FOR SATURDAY ONLY
', his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dees, I, and MaPle :Mason Inconvenience all the next day like
h\ 'f soutlUlast of Starke. undersigned 1 has bourht the Readings-"Burglar Bill" and "Miss violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel -
f I Starke Motor Co. and all bills made I Edith Helps! Things! Along"' -- -- and tomorrow will feel
J today
4 of the on; and after February 4 for this firm ___..-..-Mlss Elizabeth Brownlfc you SAM ROSENBERG
Ladiea' AH! Society Bap- weak sick and nauseated. Don't lose
monthly will be paid by us. All bills before Voeal-'I am Old Enough! for a LittleLovinII'
t tsurch will bold it* regular 3:30( that date will be paid by former own- _______Miss Mable Mason a day's work) Take Dodson's Liver

1 c o'cllt itfltin*. ?*. Tuesday.the home Feb.of T. :N.Limbaugh. ert. .Contortionist. Dance, M iu Mabel Ma- Tone instead and feel l fine, full of vigor , , 1 , I I M 1 1 MIM > MIMHI I , ,> MMMIIMHMMII 1 1 1 1 I
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-. . . . . ii By Irrigation the! term privm ".. penitentiary docs Wi- hate ,plr-nty! to rut of n very: r"nd.t.ll.; : >' Fair! .m I isju-.t. n r.'. .1. count, many hundreds of p>" ;
! tly' grown' by irrigation, | not appear in any form in connection .-ub-umual variety and also an w all! I
Iv. G. CUL'NTY AG vurii'tnarc the kinds with it, wither on thu stationery used abundance of blunkets.TheHlth..r licntl.; hate b'en, 11I.'r.ltuJ..t.! { > -i! might have stayed 1 at horhe.v .

'"rldll, yet thc-ri1 is plenty) or on :signs about the property. All i is cold; have snow on the ground continually odes, and it..M li'l.rvid that on this

. . . . .'. .. .. state to grow it by the correspondence with inmates I"i adt t We haven't any wind -
["'',. With the urgent to llradford Farms, Kaiford. Thfe though and it i j" not so cold as it would .4 v'lSs i.. h.' . . ... p . . "!aiwF's0'934- 43d4f !'i- . . .
Pasco j I 1 thi- world, a little more property now comprising about 18I I be otherwise. I '. .
County: I I ( the rice crop: of Flurid.i! 000 acres, u forest jungle in the winter I Sometimes I almost get homesick < > READY FOR
ing to plant corn, GET
1' I I consideration/ say clutc of lil-14!, :; when'apt, Purvis with a I but have gone to work now and l guess I
and l castor henna .
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( force of prisoners: : from Ocala innutfurj j 1 1 will not have time to get homesick. ; !
foorl ( ,
that tunt h<' niiscd trope one I 1 / .. )' ustd in :'!'Im-i.ii, cull l the work of clearing land, and :My work, so far has been indoors/ : I. THE SPRING DRIVE

' bushels of iluxhcuNi ] < ; : in must: l'amilii' of the! I Ii putting up the fret temporary htruct- I j I gui' I lunt I i (!" not appear in the tu- arcs m what is now a community of I hoping will IJI:'. 1 today received I
soil I
r'' Hutnurn County your.: I ;)' ), und yet ti large part some forty .substantial! buildings, and your package, and very much IIppreI ;! -BUY ALL NEEDED FARM IMPLEMENTS NOW. ,
I| | / in from other states, | u vultivatid nice that seems to spread ciatenine.. Till George that I cannot :
climb and there
\::.: new Irish potato ( < .- of thin poshibiliti of out to where the inky come down. I get any cum like that he sent and (!' If price in all line continue to up- U

liny County', :, .. {Unless a state is '1 he Ins stock inti.-rest of the farm !i t tare that 1 was j sure glad to got it and , no reason to doubt that they will make a considerable
county are |I ,' that when there quite uxtl'JIoI"IIth cattle I that he sent it. AT ONCE.
,: plant ruHtor beans -- is us tine I was glad 'a saving by buying :
!v than one uerccan natural resources/ as hat des, hogs and poultry as can be Write and tell me how you are getting ? the risk of di.ap intment.if .
-and Hell its surplus it i ht-c-n anywhere in the state. lUiford on in every way, too if it is not Then again you may run

' crop.Manatee County: !: in u mere hand to i is: only forty-six morn from Juckson- too much trouble would appreciatethe :.e you put off buying till spring open Stocks in all !lines

F. is incr""Hni; among (' xiili- on the Atlantic Coast: Line and Telegraph occasionally. :t are running dangerously low. '

t county. In one : / Opportunities I visitors are always welcome, said :\lr.1 Tender George and :Maggie! my hear- s We still have a good supply, but they are going [ash :
, lure have foaled thi- I i a country': of great op. :Mciiae, to the model .state prison cs- ty congratulations.I t ;
have joine) the corn possibilities, but we tablikhment of the South. will close. Write at your leisure, We want to supply YOU before give out. ,

f' i. being made to get I /: all/ wu .huuld and can to your loving. bud.Private .

'. ingB ofriciIf the marketing bureau. "We GUHnS0: : LO.NGKK: AT FLOYD GREEN ti DeWITT C. JONES - STARKE FLA.
r climate and of the Co. :1. C. 303. .
a cleaner and .. : j i MKKCV/ OF CO.MMISMO.N: : MEN Supply Q. '

, A plan' for : something' in every the American Exqeditional) Forces. N'.iq..r..c..1:; .-..4.d."i rs.d layi ...-........,-s.,,- -.1)-.t
.. winter fubbagi.with. /grow pineapples by i Washington Feb. :.Southern con- Via New York.
lowed with ricinnd. l dots not prevent the grcsbinen today expressed themselves

11, time for winter truck.Libirty of canned pineap- u.i greatly pleaKolwith 1 the action of
and l from the :Straits; Fort Rlisg, Texas.
I the house
k to County,: in the far off! Indian yesterday in providing an Jan. :W, I II Ii!.
: given prmpeetive appropriation of :
lij,00u fur the
!.' It ix likely that I '/ <-d pumpkin and okra of the activities of the bureauof extension Dear Editor: I would like verymuch "AVEItY

ed to justify the "- and, many score markets, providing for to have space in your paper to
proved harvesting easily and freely raised service to farmers regarding telegraphic thank the Red Cross for the packageI ,

f. Taylor County: I short season states: of fruits und vegetable prices I received some time npo. I am glad

ed $1400 for a and Potomac are to the markets. prevailing i in the Red Cross is still with UR.; it makes!, \
principal .
", hinge shipped' from our stores, u tribute to W ith this appropriation fruit us all feel so much better to l"ow" .. I ". ) .- -. . r- ./ ,' -.-
of living the form growers is looking out for I ] -- '
in us.
He stilted that in ,
,.. about one cent u glass bottles and cxpcn-! represented Georgia and Florida will be can't express!'; my thanks to the good! t r.- .. '. -" "" I') ;l\) .. ,, ,
by an of the fedC'rnl I
'r. labels and posters to agent of Starke. .I,: .. r -, . 1? ::' ..1',
Santa Hutu I : bureau of markets, who will in.pC'ct women .I ;"- / c ,, \ '_ .1":. > -
the work Htn-s.scd" l I ." j l the condition of fruits and I know it is late to just be thanking .. W.t.\ .. T" .'. j::""'."__'

pointed agent in : roirplcANt'TS) : j ctablcs when they arrive at their veg-destination the Ked Cross, but I have been real \- ...-. _;'\ i .r- ' n t.. ("'1"';;' ... ':CErx-. ___

club work. Several: j jI and report the condition to busy since the holidays. Hope it will -'. r\4i ':"r.Il'l\ "'_' '; 1.. I .__
: the pig club and the the whenever bp in time to let them know that I _. : .V: h '( -,, ....
club. l I Crop. :Soil builder and grower to do so. they are requested have not forgotten about them. .. -.- .. ... ; : ,-1' '' -! :l1.p... !.;z .rL! :' "-'-. --. ..:..
: ,' Animal Feed i' r';!l"i' ,[ .- jII
) Thanking for the Telegraph. , : '-10' < t:
Orange County: This you ; '
| will the commission -", : .
I three weeks the ,' I I from defrauding stop the who men I remain ;ryerrn;; f"J: 't;.t ::,..!, ,,'%'f."IS1MN';' svhey.y: ;$ ) sr1 ;:

bred oculated hogs, over, $ ( [J I [ ailvrnt, the of peanut oil mills is being to; ||now without means glowers of protecting, are ERSKINE Co. C 7th('. F.SCOTT Sig. ,RegrrLEGUAi'irjTiioxoif. f! :: Or."t\i ;;j::. jirIfr ;Zf} .;J )J.o

I using j nn important farm crop themselves. It will assure the growers .'....'! ......c'l'i:7):: : ) ..i"f....:... :l'"' .. = ,,' ;I.Z: ..
treatment. The . ,. t:. :
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1 While it has been grown; a square deal from the commission : ; ROLL .f =,; ':;.> .. ... < "'"

i era was for about this'.a .. !' ,; : forage purposes the, men more and\ t'thus ptable14 encourage and! them to plant ; 'That
: were not pohHibUbefore produce more Pulls In Sand And
," the hojfH.-cheap/ I : opened a larger mar fruit for shipment, releasing mornnonperishables .. We give below the names of those The Tractor
There will be about who the Telegraph .
j mills are now' "Ktahi! h- : for shipment 1110 road.C.uorjia paid subscription to
t island cotton '/ ; and Florida during the month of January:
, and the ofi congressmen
this The \ University b Muck With The Finest Power
year. elievethis amendment of instiniable
I i divi.silon recom- K M. Thomaii.P J. n PnvtaA.
will plant over t MM I \ ; value ,
to fruit and
, I farmers plan at least a vegetable growers XV. MnnnEntf. n StrtcklnndW.
land gin has already in their states.I w D. rarlton. M.
that lornlttty. I : of peanuts for the mar- I I! %--- I C C. McCnll. W. I. Wn.Kiynolila..... Plant On WheelsThe

. Nassau County : l ntKFKKK.NKI: ;: : R. A. Newion. A. T. Miirll.
ping from six to ten I : picked nuts at a ,rood: I \TF.S tl I L MIZ..II. S. land SVwn Co.
from I I' sell!(/ the cake I ON /FAIR/ I.IVK.: STOCK W II Mc Kinney Cli-oni- Men...
tatoes work peanut or
u .1 R. llitlliirnn. W. O. U rooks.n. ,
I Averytraet"r. illu-trati-d :above, in its smallest site,
which ,' oil hasbcen .
they Nvttii-f.
are ( express Assurance G; W. Kiirnnfil. .1. .
u bu-hrl I. f. u. .b. :\ | (. price. This meal j I Practically Liven; That .1 F'. r.n..y. Sam Duki-g.. is the solutnm'f the pout proldoms of Florida farmers, fruit
"u.\I\l11,11'' Transportation Can "F. r HoMnitwurth! D. Bi..-...
crops will In- .' ) - fr nil kinds of live- growers and t truckers.It .
lie Gh"J\ Stock I J. I. Hrynnt. Joseph R"'d.J.
ever ".r"re. The the whole peanut. The _____ tt. McCl.-niiKlmn. Wm IVrry.Mn. burns KITOMIHintriii t of gasoline! has the finest power
doing i-xtrn, (inc. ; ,' l' the whole nuts ". It flemnns. .. fl.f.. Hill.
will show "Had" ,r:, for pound. and rc- Jacksonville, Feb i!.-That the director .1 I II. Sap| J. E. WainwrlKht.nv. power plant " and /pulls through the sand without dilli-
cash balance he general of railroads, William, S W. lul ..... Alfml Evendvn.Si .
again thus year ; or can G.! :Mi-Adoo, will give :MiC., H. Mark. In. Kti! culty.
Walton County : i || nnd buy the meal, receiv- rates on live stock to the Florida preferential State ,\. L. RuhiTU.P . H. E. Brown Complete and exacting tests of the Avery have convincedus
building modern I than he started with. I., tlynl.M A. F. OrilTiD.
j commodute: u thirty the cash train will come Fair and Exposition which will be held : C. Croft. .T. R Conwa,. that it olfcrs the combination of weight and power that Florida
| here February :Hi H! to :March 0, incluSive W. S. Croft. W. D Puke.. Jr. need.
stock which he
cattle. lie he to feed
says l where the stock originates D. I- Clyntt. F. N. And"" ....
in the
s, even more just like 1 |I A. E. Cimu./ R. M. SniWfr.Jnniia That well
South and Southwest is and favorably known manufacturing and farmers
.shown in
a .
ishes. About one / to the average girl 1 )H. Hitch.K.
be 'planted to /Irish more pounds of !, communication received by Senator> :M Mi-lino. R. 111'011. supply firm the L. n.! Skinner "IfgCo.., of Dunedin, Fla., is the
1 /Duncan U. Fletcher, from Edward Pr. W. f:. :Miil.llctnn.Mm. J. f' Onnvn. State
middle of February to a ton of hny per acre Chambers T. K. Underbill.Mr I J. k.ddi.h. for Florida of Avery Tractors and l other motor
Suwatinee County This hay hall a The of :'Ir.1"Adoo'I: staff. *. 1':. K. John. W. R Ktricklnml. driven farm machinery. We have taken the agency for Bradford
of (communication in answer to a !Rim' Krlly. J. F DiiuuloM.H .
meeting the approaching that of al
elation / letter from Senator Fletcher as to R. B.V ....'. D. Sanp.tir. county and are in position to fill orders promptly.
several new a price of $::o to thC
W R Wnrr.n.Mnrlnn C. W. Drown.
mutus-quo of the
udJed.nnd the (' I : can also be fed to transportation o
Wntvn. J. A. Ellimrtim.
r,, year was' increased i\ the manure returned live st .ick to the Florida State Fair W R llodue.Kilrtard (>. A. IMvitrlnM.
twelve hundred.Jefferson benefit, succeeding Expo.-ition, states clearly that where Hurnieil. Fii-v. n K Scott. You Can Do Motor FarmingOn
hurve-tnd crops; the stock originates in the South, i it I C. A. Body .1. P. Hnrl.n.
County: I so that the
bn ii: W. Splrn. .1. W. Nirholn.Hornet
now whipping' milk plant with their nitro can handled with reasonable( J C). Pin'..iin.M. Ktishr.W. .
N for which they, ,. .1'.1'0" ... are left in the soil,, promptness but if it is shipped from C. ".,' W. K. Alderman, Jr. Any Size FarmWhether
gallon. An effort' 'J ( improvements will come the :North this cannot be guaranteed. A ,\. McRni- Daniel Hall.B. .
'' In view of the change of director 1. S. Strickland. J. Sapp.
lIl'r"ns the added nitrogen and tic
/ J I I. Rom-y. S. K Morvan.'
gallons daily, at ]I matter. ship" of the various railroads, / in the E. U. I. T. Shnw. you have a ten-acre farm or a ten hundred-aero

i er will /put in 'a | i is this valuable crop United States, placing them under one Mm. W. V. Harvard. G.. W. Hurn.,. farm, there ia a size Avery Kerosene Tractor to fit your farm.
,.,. .
heal! President W. F. Coachman N. D. Davla.J. C: Stone.M.
! \. Hrowurd County: when ? Wcfct Flori..LI to Senator Fletcher wrote D Crawford. L. EnnU. Avery Kerosene Tractors are built in six sizes-a size for every
I farmers are "' I] a year or more of ex- asking him to W If. I.lnikey.' T N. hvndnck. size farm-and make tractor farming
I 1 take a big success on size
r the matter his nny
, tor bean* and some the Spanish pea up W. F. Kdwarda. J. K. Wainwrmht.Mr .
, dered. plant Hat and, convenience, resulting in a prompt reply J. 1C Ititi-h. .. C. t:. Luifonl.K farm.
I Liberty County: I same may. They plant' being made, by :'oIl'leAloo.: The .1 Nfloats. :Mitchell.Hryrm-r., R. 1.A. Wilooo.J. An.]r-ew. .. The 1918 Avery Catalog contains full information about the

I f>f hog ever shipped with a Cole/ plninview letter from Mr. Chambers to Senator E. Wll.on. Stephen I'eSue. complete' Avery line, of tractors, plows, motor planter-cultiva. j
'a ty was sent out at the rate of from Fletcher I n as follows.Ve are Mike blond.-. ][. N. Hodiira.f. lore
etc. Come in and
one. Also look the
. i doubtful J. R. Jarl. 1'wart. over sample
satisfactory servicecan S
Benson four five I )1Mnt.
or ( | acres a day. Plantings e
Duki*. I. W. rinholntfr, Jr.. tractors we have
be rendered on our display floor.
live f
on stock i' ::1
shipped mil arid / .. a soil previously limed, particularly J. L. r.rccne.l A. L. firmn.Mn '
doubled/ n..xt :"'-"".. J thoro preparation in tho from Eastern point, but if the >. U. ",,'k.. A. J. An Avery Kersocne Tractor will do all the heavy work on

lire being shipped 1 i j thousand pounds/ of acid Mock Southern is to be shipped to Florida from : .n.M.W.N'nrman T. Kckliter.K. .1 I A.Clay<,mvt rrnwforj.>M.H. the farm with the exception of planting nnd cultivating the row

farmers ore 'I .! prior to plant- other than states the or from territory: E. H. Johni. Kit WilUnm crops. The Avery :Motor Planter and Cultivator now makes it
raiding more : ) the largest yiels. If Eastern it is likely, II. .1. Thomaa. W.' T. FnMm.Tnc also possible to plant und
Lake C'ounty: Up I in lime, from 400 reasonable transportation can be gi Y. T. I'. Wall (mmintitan. cultivate with motor power.
January, orders for of land plaster en." I>.. O. I.. Hnynii. .\. 1 T.. '\lVI...-.. With an Avery :Motor Cultivator and an Avery Kerosene
nor II. C;. Mason C. n. Strickland.! ,
amounting/ to $ : to the crop just be- i 11IfI'\J'DIf\T .1/ I.. leekF. I I- lynl.'. Tractor you can motorize your entire farm work. You can
ci-ived. From all begin to bloom. j I : :: WAIINS (;ItOWI F. Stump.I. I' ... l',-mmnrk. plow your ground and disc and harrow it with
acreage of castor '" '" recommended for :May | EHS OF CASTOIJ HEANSi ;. H. ",'on.It. T. F.. Murrhra.H. Tractor. an Avery Kerosene
ed. --- I'. S. Mc.Millian., ) II. f'arnif-ntvr. Then plant and cultivate your crop with nn Avery
_. I can pack down after-1 I IT. !U Mmes A. \. iJutlKUlHfl. rotor Cultivatorco,
t -- and l before the rainy''' The chairman of the Local Draft I D <'. JiniiS II. .. Ncwpom. ( illustration below.)

FLORIDA \1\1 :; ( : I and the crop can he, Hoard received a communication from M. Churchill. I W. Wlhon.
1:0-1':11: : 10 K\I: : the the war department J. A. ,1. PlnhiiUtor. I. 1.. John.
: : wet season is advising that n .1 II. Senlii.Mm. W. P. llynl. Avery Kerosene Tractor And
: |i 1 I so-called "Aero Supply Committee" S J. Kelly. S. A. ('''rl..r.
The last report; of; the weeder has 'has j absolutely no authority from thwar p H. fl. Vnrm-ii., Mrs J. It. Whltehracl.Mm. .
di'parmrnt ol lI ". Thin implement is department to make contracts for .1. J. lilnckwililer.8am T. T. Hryant.
I .
rice was ,. 'the KoMnlMrir.Mm J S. '''1'1'I Cultivator DemonstrationWe
frown in growing of
and pulled by one castor beans for the I : I' l.anit. 1") T. Nnrmnn.
ties with u total t to fifteen acres can be use! of the government This ".\1'0 J. C. :McKnu. J. II. Krawn.

els on an average of I (Forty to fifty acres Supply Committee' is promising! a ,. T. ,1. .iDhnnon. H. II. Itrown have
.. arranged to give
and bushels to it by the one implement i price of $::1 i per bushel for the beans J C.dko. Henry( Ward. ; a demonstration with a 5-10 II.
W. T. noh. . K I'. Jf hnni r.
placed at $r.U.460. I j I run at any angle across 'nnd they require a deposit of $1.5:;0 M. J.. "....n. ,.. Norman.> >n.H. Avery Kerosene Tractor and an Avery Motor Cultivator

The December: I as soon as weeds and, 1 per acre from the growers; as an evi W II Harrcll. .1 K. I>uk... This demonstration will take place on Paul E. Canova's farm,
United show 'dence of faith. Mm. S. Glllnpic.T .1. Klvti-hrr, Poubtn. 2 miles north of
State (' and the opera- good I.. William. S. D. t>ukr>. town, Friday and Saturday, February 8th and
turf shoes that rice / until the plant The duly authorized representatives Mi.a .Mlie Stun J. H. Ahrnhnm.I Pth, nt e:30 p. m. each day. Don't forget the place, the date
mates Florida. with : si/i eel most of 'of the signal corps are making contracts ii T. Teutons. >" Luke. the hour. and
at the bottom of the have germinated and, with certain persons for th" T. A. Andrews. W. A. lilavrr.Mn. ,

leads with about a growing: of castor beans and these Henry W. Maine Knuleraun.o A. A.. C.John A. Lewi.. Everyone is invited. Come and see these machines in actual

followcii in turn by I intended for peanut persons are authorized to make stl h. 1. I. C.rvm.K. 1(. ('. l-ct-rln. operation. It will pay you to investigate
and (California the .,! to oata this spring 'contracts in certain ap"roforms.. H. Caner ,\. Ulllmr.l. farming with a
the country being I' good grazing for However no controct has been. J M.: Trilby W. II. Ih"or., tractor. Avery tractors save expense save hard work and save

*. - pound, cum pa red to i to prepare the land, mnde by the government with the 11 K.n.A.G.Kennedy.U. Sapp. J.L>. I I'>.. CiKiilman.l\I.
in Japan where it in j Least cultivation will "Aero Supply Committee" or with anyone K W. McLeud. O. J. clrilTn the right way at just the right time.
food l. but beer wine I, peanuts are planted on ( connected with it. S CrIITia. T. A. I>lIk....

made from it, while / been clean cultivated for J.E.' V Hick Joo.. .. ,J.\. N.C. I'unenn.llrnoki.Mr STARKE HARDWARE
for weaving hats and 1*. C. Joriiennen. .. Ellen "adlleU.
utock. In connection [ Soldier Letters J. U. McCultiy.Mr: W. R. nod"
rice is served In ; : \ lust siiii'- : .. II. S Ailklna.I" STARKE. FLORIDA

as milk made! by, : !' \IIIKS: TO/ MAHKKT: 'DEPARTMKNTNot Bradford county agent for Avery Tractors
S. NAVY ) :
water as trend rtc. L. II. Skinner :Mfg. Co., Dunedin Fla., Slate Distributor
rice I Somewhere in France
make well ,
beans' grew/ in Jan. Commissioner Jan. .th.. 191*. Not in Habit of Making Kxhihit Hu -' ........:

the United! States : of the state department Mrs. R. S. Johns. Will Participate at Florida -.. .. ..
1 million ilullars' was In the city yester Stnrke. Florida/ U. S. A. State FairAccnrctmg

from Japan and (' )' hams, to Tallahassee 1 :My Dear Sister.I Your letter rc1 -
<;reat l'i .. vi it to the state prie- 'reived some time ago and have in to A. J. Armsby, of the
"ifor" !
The farm tC'ntl.writin/
Hice is one of !: I sent for some time hut have United States )Department of Asrri-
.f the earth. To |Irish potatoes to the neglected to do I so. I was clad to hear culture bureau of exhibits, the

needs ire lUi! the :, ." this week sales that you were all getting on well.1 department has always been Navy
averse to
f; ported' mostly' : from I t through" the state And hope you had a merry Xmas and making exhibits and it was extremely
:Mr. :McRae/ that -
says you will have
six million a happyNew Yea
0\.1' fortunate the
m State Fail
.' which inmate of the I had a ( ? : r
could have I' very ) merrymns. When and I Exposition securing this
Florida. Rice! rriiin farm aoti\ely to take at work this I have the opportunity: to go into the $.">o..f()( display of our sea fighters jrrea foiexhibition
n mighty of
clock ffeibut\ the same you will readily
agree at the State
the mills in chair '. this to'l'ar in the direct- that I must have had. in Jacksonville ,.f rr
from February :W to :March .
.r make the 9
I prison I have been
polish, are used' in landed here for several The
j big exhibit of the .
v, : 5,000 acres in Navy JC'pnrt.m..nt
; grown on a crops this 'days and find things and conditions '
meal has the same i 5,000 acres! In crops this far better thnn I hoped for. Ourquarters tended and he the larger than of at first /in- J"e I Ie ,
display the DC t
cotton potatoes y
for pigs while rice: cane are not nearly *n had as artment of .
agriculture; has been
powder of high I crops, I thought they would. 1,1., '. They con( ennrced
I resulting in Prof. F. Lamson-
IItO<;!.. feed. lemur / known that the silt of srmihouses .you know I men I Seribner :

trogen and rolhh. prison is officially desig houses without floors, far icttcf'thart'? Coachman requesting to Rive( them Ifsdcntll's F. ... ,
farms and 1,000
that tents, at that. square
: feet more of space. In view or the .I t IAyy Irv "" .

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When ing his parents' < :Mr. and Mrs. I' A. fortl man who to add to hiscounty' "'."n. "I I tin! 1Mb, ilnv tif Jiinunry, A. O.
Spring Fashions Make \\ illiaiiiK. thu \\ ",' wi.hl'l .. I fu, tit, ,if N. .1 ,1"hn..M ciiinpliiliiiintHIU
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: \\.iThe Girl :Mr. :and M I :i.>. lro\er! :Snpp and I ht-i Clay "nlllll. ,iikiutiMtnnii! I > K It'.I'uisu li, ., I I',
Who I to his htuiu' if , '
wanting ,1111..n \\n.v ( H*'' I tifst' t I 1",1 I SuarlHirtniuhHP
I tlii >"II.. 11.ii: i IN'. of near: Wortlimnton) .south The ,Ii.(,.mtiutUUn. 1.1 1
went ) line i is
Their First !ptinu( -, vi,.,ited! their parents, Mr. and II1 rceojr- '1 I unili-iii, ,.iitil I .n. Stiociiil. Mn.lnr.
!i" Was AppearanceAbout ;Mis.i i 1 H.! .1. :.s.ipp; and Mr. amid Mis.t :S: I ni.eil as the dingo line, and land owners olUr. rm, IV.'iil, 1 nf Hi.,. Cnuit I.u.i< '<.11

a c. Cicu, :Sunday.Mi. ; . Know of '11 other t I line, a surveyor I'I. Sirli| ', I lliiititn, .tllltlttt Illi. 1..1 i i fl
Ilt -,.1.l , Miimlny, Il,.. III. .In. ." .
.n .r .h I \'i. l I'
; i. I. I.,'nder: of working 1 /: on the Clay will be \
: Camp Juliuston i I > l. II", "ml.. I I I. "I .,' t I i hI .
Soldier BoyHowltVcnt"OverlJi.ri Jaikconv: i ille I I inoloied i to Long 'VuiiMMl ('Lit for lot rivi'iir' his pal- I 'tti.. .li.," ,I."j t )1"1"> ilM" > .ilui i in
. Braiding and Other Trimmings llndge: Suiul.iy, in his new 11""n. runs enough' lutli.'hil..! on the llrud- 1 II'" lu.i.l, < ..u.iu. I 1.1.. iMI, IK i.ii.I .
:Misses S ., II",' l.l. i..t., l I 'I. I : .. .,I '.
ba and Lena Meriittero ford side the I .
: I limit ho
owners swear i In III.-! . ""I* I. ; :3. I .iii.l. ." til.-k
," -- "hopping', i in I L.ike i Butler m "Friilay. his made / mi.stake( so vlta I '. / i fellow (I- 14 I ..t.' I. .', l. 4, A. II nml. i In I... "i ,Mllln

With Perthing's Division l'\\' York. I-Yli s: -Tin' shon| :ant "- it. Tlii1 mteivstmg collar. buttoning. We ifgiet t veiy much t to notithat" I to do ? Inn1 by l Uaiulolph I > IINI\S) ,> ili-Ht'rllH'tt loft iiiul, MnrkH inlint iiI

I -hi>\\ mi\; bu<'h blllht-hlit'tJ! frurkand. onto. I tin' belt" and! I the odd cuff arrangement ;\1 1 r. Kotui .1 Turner m I very ill. Wo ,','"t ; but 111 land I'UI often how ii nt Linrolii Lit' 5. in Itinilfnnl, ,'.nl'Y. .
owner' r'
1'01"1 n. IMT mini i"r hoOk .
By HAZEL CARTER suits the inati'riuU, arts "o K ay and ) I aii' of the same shade of blue in hope for him a speedy recovery rather lost land or lake wil his .. imitt' 177 .if thtr l 1.1.1. rfCmxlK uf. Maul
t prin) liki*. ono almost forgets: the bitter heavy satin The skirt i ii caught up :\11'. Ofi-ur. T. Crcvvu left lust Saturday share 11' thlll oi.lf.M.I t Ciiiinly' l-'lorlilu.

Mr.. 'Hual Cu-Ur o( Doual_ cold \\i-uthiT wo I are hitvinjr at the in the back with two rather vvido fiipo' i lit a i in the West. all.! also as IOl1j tu the boundary is K. M. JOHNS.

.Aria.. I* a 7oun woman tvttntjrtwo. prubent timo It would seem that thl'VI'Y tucks to give the bustle effect.I'I'll the Kocky: ;Mountains, seeking a place!: plainly and I nvoKtmeil, than A. V LON( Hin'clal. Miutlnr.
..b".. yoiui buabaiij Cvrvtfral to to abide by line I the t of which
John J. colors of the nmU-nuls were
I atato. .rmy., nw Carter order ot !tb t<.Uoliwl. Frimo ; their best to make us forget the boem to be the mokt precious his trip may be quit benelli-inl to uro probably; obliterated.The

'WIth th. Pirablai xp.aitleu. gray wnr-clouil, that hangs over u.. If of jewels to tho woman of fashion. him in restoring his vvantcil health. above is h'l'l only as information MirilK Hill ITIIIIOATIONIVimrtniint

'$ D.t.rtnln.J to omP&JIr hint we must hnvo clothes lot them at She: wears them with afternoon or Don't forget the prayer' meeting at not us. n hint for someone to of the Intorlor. t'. 8 Lnt

at,. obtained a oldlwr''* .utlorraand least be /gay: Trimmings we can forejro evening dresses and with those half :Mr. alt,! Mrs. "0. T. Turner'ft'l'ry start a "bliml liner" on .1 strip of "noman'tf i.tTIci-. nl Cnlnnitlllv In h.. .y Fin. Hint.Inn., J Ill hn. J91H.N.illcu ThontM..if .
f"U In u a prlrat on ale! departure wool he Sunday afternoon at :S o'clock. I .lv"1 .
ppiirinsly usoil but the I way affairs suitable for the afternoonor Every land. t.nk. IhI.-,. }'I..hl. .ho. on NovemberHI.
1 like w.. Ore ",. el ..* example of 1'uris 1'urU In war-time, evening. As a rule the strand! body conlially invited! to come and ._- --- --- ---- i 1111,1. . ltimi-nt.iil Kni: ry, No. ""$,
on tbe transport was oi.- hu" khown where bring some one with 'I lIiE: ) for MW fmirth i.f SK: fuiirtli mxtllnn 23,
eo"..." and wa* returned boat* us dearly our duty ore long coming below tho waistline -- you. 11\1 HllW11Tlh. : i IWtmlilp ll M ..llntiHiIII l t:., litllahiuMw.
.alnat her wUfce* lies. Never hove there been such though\ the dl'mureJtt\ Il' necklet of -- -- 5f. riilittn, tiitn Illi-il nntiei* uf Intention t nmfceI'iMiiiuiiiittiitit

CwrwM taiT fukfiniitinKly/: simple modes. 1'erhups olden times gives tn attractive touchto PROVIDENCE.IIov. ". \'l'rM"1 %S-! written by .J. U. , I'nutf. i-Mtnliliitlt
krB.USmttmtM.. it is the coquette in the woman \\ hichniakiii the decollete\ gown. There are no eol. an army stutionetl ut i,1s I. ili-Huritivil, t.-r.. Il'miem'r A Konltt'r '

it necessary for her to prove more "hllll.. owns." those elaborate ...- ------- I"Mmt.1 IlrJ'ul..' ,... !..,,,.. ..,.... nt mis.' f:.In..vl.*. Mn.. on the I"r \
i I I. .\. Mn.h.
Th V. 8. A. One. she m, in I K.uvls tilloil! his regular
More. ns fascinating calico aa in costumes of peace-times evening i'liiiiniint, nnntt'it Art ultnmiioe" :
''I velvet ; purhupg the motive U a deeper !gowns of the type\ of the dinnergownof ,appointtnrnt' ut the It.iptiat church I IIo f did not die I where booming cannon K:. m. llnvini.: ,.t I ike Hiillcr.. I hMorl.til. t
was glad to *ee tie tall tuOdioga: S beforu the hero Snlurd.iy anil! Suniljy.Miss V WI': I.t.v., i.f ink ll.itlnr.. Florl.lilIIimliMi .
taken theirpla'efl.
war roar
:'JkMw a. tbe* of New Tork bum up.-. : Mollic I 'llioini of ( itiilfonl.pint :Meet burst big sliell or hand ; T".I., ",.. .f l.ukii ,"I..r.'u.I.' ., .f

. Clad and lorry. It mad. roe tbluk ot .t. .' The of thi' w"I''lndlth' :Mins Matul: I His I i! not the ,'hth', with his own rl'ltJ' KVuln.. of \.t"I.n r.1.I., \. 1".ldt.. f M'
: -7 ; Vogue/ Organdie 1 l'rikllck.Messrs corps 101 L
:: bow different l| weo going out the ; I In IhiMrrt'ut striitrnle thus lS5t !'
.' There\ seems to be end to the : to give I..t.r.
h'j no : i 1 "
Bjblp Ilk. a beeMve full l.i'iinanl Summers, lllmcr: 1 Ilia I -- -- -
of .
> 4IUI' boy. strenlli ii nil vplciiilnl! youth tofl'I'ItII'1
'USI'S of
Mow It 'eo .;-.. ... organdie. Of course, whole l'ral ak anti l Will i i ii' HUIt''rli motared to JII.I toil IItltIi lOSI'HK ,
. empty. Tbey "vrti "lIr s dresses are made of this crisp material Luke City Suit nfternoon. blade; In ('I .' Courtill, .t. flroult ofKlotlilit. '
I Oar. As w* pasted tbe statue of dresses for morning! afternoon and unlay I In t camp his lot to die, Ilinilfonl t'liunly .U.hl
''JUberty a auntry caoia to attention "' .". / Mr. Will Smith ha.snew IHlrl'hIlMI',1 II A Koblior in the not yet miuio.No ."iintrH II I
and making
evening, depending the they .
I / I \ /: way Kiiul. iarMr. i.m. ,.
Bin tea :'1 1,1.1'n.}: / , are trimmed for their! place: in the t Chtirli' I llarilin I I ono of 1'iitl&. i I-' m 10: I'lnlhi.. .. WI'l: Ihlhln. his wifu
1 "Greeting, old girl" be .al .1. "I ,. 1'' fashionable wardrobe. .1 Then collars, vid"r'l wrenlh will ever crown Ins .\ .no
< six> I I I ....' Sam's !",KI\S. 'I i-, home, on a furlough\ I M.
you're UU doing bu.lnem. it tbe old .'!O, I ""' .'_. cuffs and vest.',':. have, I long, been madeof thus week.Air. hentl. .Hill., fi.r ruri-rliniUn'.

tend. By the way," turning to LOO. c J..1i: :'[ i"'A'.ri : j or Kndil'. hut! this season it has ; \\'. I I.. I lilair I inn.I.' ii I Or At triumph his: 1'l'llrn.sonnet no ,cymbals;e'er for ring him! beread. Tim stnii.r, NttUrct il.., .I.I. t..\I.m'rnr|)I" )I': I'hiuiiM and
advanced stop further into the ranks K.: t riiiihi.B. his ss ir. ,
"What trip to luke I. uii.thiK
are they guluf to do wltU llutlerViliiegil.iy,
: your" of trimmings' for more formal cottumes. m II i hnI"" I 1..," ,Kim-vii h.11.,1' 11..l Inn
"110''' d 1 know ?" I } !Ali 1 1)) ( Williams! : one of our popular ,. , .
Vet .
< rilled. f"1t Combined with velvet, it is when he died. lu.lva< man |li I II.IHIH } K: riilllMHi I .n.1 i: Iai lilt".
"I &'\1.... H'a tbe guardbouM. for yon" and nienluiiit-, i i. j in l Jacksonville I I llnx Who mi tht have worn with trrnco I t tholaurel him \ITv nro liiMi-nnlili'iitn, i>r tinStnli* of
found on stunningnfh'rn"on semi- week I liiibinrss.Mr. I Hint tin' of until flu-
I" it* ...Id. "I beard they were going tit evening dressen. Sometimes there i.s on vireath. r.I.1"1.,1,1.. "". .n,1". iuiltniwn I.I.h'nr.nth u ,.r thmi tht< ntwrmiilintN
I.. lug you." f II IIi a fly-nwuy siikh vivid-hued organdie Kaifurd I Carver of Lake Il ii I letvkiteil I His I death I untimely \\11. aivl, mournctl of u tlie t'lilifil' Htnti'it( t,f Anlerl.. nn.l
.ri his Mrs. W. 1. .
sister :
l llliur ,
tht>ri* tu no tti.nton in I llu Nljitti nr Moriitii thu
"Prison .
will cult me tin.. I aurwereJ. [ on tho Bombro satin frock the collar last :Sumliivfiiinii:;' ;: !*. u. I. .. .._ .. .. _,_. .,."".. iif i.iilitHiinit' ",'"' u hum w",1 i4Ii.IIf'ItIlIIt1
I. .1. ,
1/. "Mar be Ly the time I com i ':' ;Messrs. (.i'urge iShnllnr;; and Kome I.,. III' ' "U uric, .MM I.o I Hint. ..1.1 I I"" urnovrr

", out tbe ok iu"n will tie back. I might I Iii nttf uf -.nii y"'""
I ; Udllinlt! made
', ; a trip to JackkoiiMllo lint this hit fitting epitaph shall bo: m It ,IN u thi'n'fiiri.* iriti.ri'il., e'nsit.'rt ] nil
< aa well t. In JaU .. anywber eUe.Of f 1 1I. """ .Y': this uci'k. Of all I I I who marched Hint Ih,' iniil' i IVfrniliinlit' K K.: .0|
course It they let in. l\ay. my I .,' \ \/l' :Misses MyitloVyltttc nil! Tthel tl men owny.Or nml, \ !I': I fhllllm., |I.i| WI C... iln niH| >.I'hl\p.I. .

Choice I prefer to JOlLa tbe Ked Croa I I. '1 I I ..._ 'Jo ::Means i !returned,I to their Immi' in !lt.( ( fuu free ph dietl I on fl'lill ,"i.I to *'.,,. "|l.h.1.1..1'.| ,I. M of lull Mitrrh.f 1''I.ll.t. un". In tir uVfnlllt twforuIh

r and try to go over Mud maybe see mybos ', -\11. \\ ii Ito SaUuda.s'. after t leachini; a term The t a I yrlu ilt'.m lb rid I. I W Ii.'r,.nf ..>...,.. |im pnnfiitHii will ti" inttrrpiliiuiiln
I 111 i"nl rrl 0.
."' *-the commanding ulilcur of the r..L "f )r.\ I of about t three. nionthV htliiml, hero. We, too, say of him, ''I It' K.IVO. hid I lillli., .t.. "hi.," .wit..I.1I"\ K:. I'hlllllin nnil,I U K.I .
J ':,Carter family." :/ /t- t .i; ..... We nro kiiriy to report t that littleJ. hckt u ll I In further. iirtlFM'il' I thill I thin nut trip tie

:J "ii.( 1 was kIt on th* ship for a day and '' 1\ ....".( I D. !'nilKk, is very .ick thin week !I-'or freedom's holy cause." And firktTo |1."hl.h,1 l in I Hit I llntilroril I'nutity, 'IVIrirrnuh, i t

.a night from tU. \ \ with measles Kive, as freely as I the II'wm.ll.r| inihlxhiil nl Htnrki'. 1..M.,1.
Kcporuri .
uewspajpers ..-. ,.. ----\i 1i V :'11''. (;inn-ire, : l-'urncll of Kllinvlllo. .nobly- r.,1 ........ I i' lurlihl. oner I llrll wvek fur o.n.
were tile drat to fliul cu.. I donti \\j\\ >riil,i I rkH
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(\ } pn.sseil tiumouugh our hurt; Saturday ,\ ( OMMISS10N) ) .
\ 'y.r .- \ I wltiimHvhi u "?. I hnv i Hot
,i .know what a slave U like, but the gov- .; "c.LL: \1 : h..unt. '
J :f \ \ } iifternocm.Mr. CM.I.S MIIIi\i l : ; : my liiin.l. .ion.1) fiirunl' u tin* ..'.1 l of \
r'/;/ arnment could make oo uiUtake they ;: ;: r i' I ,'" ;\ '.{,-< W. I.. lila it- liappem-d tn II very ;;..t..irl in thin I tinIlllli I iliiy of J'I".y..o.a,1. I ..
'J Mt all tbe tJ ; ( I ) .1 ill uS.
reporter maiming slug : I '""' painful i aitidenl. t last l Kinlay nuiniiiiK
.f /T (
,- { In order, that the eiiiali/itinn| : of %v. 'r \KKKH.
funs. They'd never\ top uutll they got /' while workniLr: with a MIW Die saw
I iSKM.I': Clurk.
,(r; the "nem,. .r j f' fell anil mil' tooth stuck intu Ins linee, taxes may be ,'I.'ri.e. on more I thor A. V I.ONI).

: .One. of them came. up to me on duck Simple Model i DoeloptsJ in Poulard crippling him' to where he i is mil' able uUlhly. the tax .'unlll "IOI. hits called ,I S..ll.-iii.i. I ,. rm,. f''I..I"' .. 8-1-St.
and _.__ .
1 to I I... IIX assessois county com I no_ _
Ib tha big burry. out lint' \\e all hope II> see" lnm
nili-uioncrs of Al.ii Im.i Cut' i I. limit
'ft o ""'here'! tlie woman who went to.4I'rance one; at any rate there are new and f7flli1L I out nrain sixiii, as he is our i lruJlti.t :Marion and .1".Ilroj..I.. lea I In.. I ,r.,1.. m '." Hlh II\IIWI., ,1or
L:;; on tbU' transport wltb 1"' beeominif, styles styles that improvethe ; i here ami. I if nir-"eil very tniieliMessis .mhil. I 1"1'.1., Itiiiilfnril, .I'linnty.Kntli. ,.1.1.1 (.
you 1 to meet I mm with u t them at I !ainesillel'ebriinry i I .
: uccount of their : ;. l' kUllil I (i.liB.uiVH .
"I'm nppuurunLu' on '' I 1//Is. 11'1 t '' 1 llewey" rut
;; fr; It. 1 said. I was still wearing II 'Jiilh. Meetings t will hI helil
bimplicity.Tho i I his Hi-tci.. :Miss :Main), made. .it tripto
;('fflj doutfbboy uuironii. lie 10Cj Jted) me : with the dilferenl t county I boardsof %V.
1'' :: over a inluut. scrautied bl* liSuJ: and commissioners and' tux axsessors of
1" \ : i A. I I. I Uiik'Kers ami family i have ,I.. %
necessity, interektcd" in thin matl'ria.iand I I I.l .* |1.1.| .
each ,
xploded: i / county t over I the 'ui ti it' stntoduring TillMlilli,, f I li W. nilwdn.It .
I' .design, !but even stay. moved I I intu t the old Tylor I hOlIIl'rlUw 1''hrll. .Inh.

; , "'''ell. I'll be d-
Finally tL* olllceri of the ablp telephoned - K'ad' to do so with the many modes and //.l : i VViillace I lUiley of ElI:\ isv lIly, \\ : \\ i I.: BUY tII'I'S) 1 |ii-ri'iiilnni. .l'' hi, W.h.w.lull; ",, ,, I In nunrinlilnnlnf I

tile poUce lu Uobokea. Tbey opportunities we have to study thomatl'r \ . passed I throutrh here List Monday' on itit: rit \ "ti i : I tinNtnli: :uf: l-'lfiriilii.. nnil::: m "I" 1 tint rrelilinounf : I
.. I uniil lii-fi-itilHiil in nt -! t'nttnniiin Avnnilfi,
his Jacksonville.Mr. / 1.1 .
cam down la a to wardrobe wuy to
patn>l wag" C"cme. of the Spring: carefully I Mlnnlii. I tin thnl thiriIH iii-ntnn i-mlilm
A matron "'.. with Uiem. They and at length. ) ; l'ur'iKIott.; of I.nXo liuller When' we Boy ScoulH: reach J"rIIWI, In (Ilif Ktnti. rii.rl.ln.' I thi-'Hurvlcn uf millinn .

All seemed to be auxloua tu do ftuytblDg lirtiidiiiK C'omeH ti> the (Tront \ CIocALi mudi1 his usual Sunday evening, visit Oh what II t time WI' will Me..1! .nn IIIMIII whiini u.Milil liltiil milil itufiinilnnfc

for IB. they could. "The first lady of the land" is setting \ \ here last Sunday. Secmn to be Home ,\\1 irrab I h.hij Knisrr 11 dll..1ne I nml luinly,' Hint,,innyinm., until IVfi-iulnnt. I In nviir thn ass of

q I bail a free rlJt tu tue police taxicab an example American womeneverywhere. attai'tion here for him. I i throw him i Ito the 111.'ll'l It, ,. tlii-n funnriliriil, riiiinlili-n-il nnil II'I.!.1.J."I".I
she Mr. l lV.. Carver and, family of l''t.
to tbe Tbe matron loaned At the informal teas Hint I Ihiuntil \.t"o""I. John W7.
jaiL me has twice week her costumes White, ,-!/'I' I l-'riday. with his sister, \\ UI."n. .,lu niirnr i I "II..nt.| I
onto or a we IIIIVH meet our Allie.t 11
tiotbea I could out In the of ,,, .
so .
go gurb Mik.V. I.. Hlair. i.r hir .Il nr In -." tinllh 1
''a woman and buy aoixi of my owu. IaIed are the simplest and the most elfccUve.Ssnft < >crblmis- and Skirt of Blue Jersey -. .. I 11 I til land! of I the cruel .enemy ,.f Mf.'h\. II I'lIK. III ili-fnilll,, wli.-n.uf.3 t f,
crepes crepe 4e. Chines or Cieortrette -- We will IKI"1 to the I II. S. A. cries. ili",. |.., .... .,',* %, Ill .Intnttnil niriiinHl thu i
a Little wbeu. I pooled off my sol- crepi ate' the favored materials und cuffs repeating the color of the GUILFORD. And I j(0 u forth for I l.ibe'ty.When i I milI W filliminII ; .
flier uniform toluklug bow bappy' I for the most and! detail ilil JIHhlJ I u I In,, fiirlhir urili.riil" I thill. mimIc nnlliihit
/.111"1. every Sometimes the apron tunics are ," I III I tlii- I 1'iilrirrntih.ii .
bad been In It of tlie tltuu. Skirt / .11",1 l.uo",1 .
< .II
carefully "Iu< Mraidmir is effectively (organdie.' In fact organdie is a A larifc1 crowd I met t at I the water'sedtre we lays servion I U".11'1 I' i, .1..1", | r |,, I 141i. In I.n..1
felt awful funny and awkward to DIe.I i usul on those simple frork.i.lliniling material to be reckoned with this, sea I ft We wil show I the old Kaiser a few Kiintlv' .Iliiililn.. ".!.. I.h wi-i-H fur nv.
Stitnliiv a m"rut ion ami enloyi-il aseiy ,
I 1 .Tbat uniform U golug to te locked lI"utlll'h.'I'I' \flat Of HI'llltlMWl .h.
/ III narrow United States Machines
It themost wonderful I -
:son.: comeg in ml >u>stine; sermiiM," by. /lev.! J..J.I lur tll hivfliuiiM t wlur.f, t Iinv', h./"t..,. nut my
*way In a cbest and treasured, all my and artistically arranged. Sometimes colors and the other day I saw u new I U KiiliankK: ami al'-<> witnessed, the i' hnitil, iiinl, atrlmil I t tinMini. nf uur. t'niult:, ('..IIrt
life. I'll band It down to tbe young there are pnrielb tin the skirt. Rid"pan.11I organdie, printed, i ,I in I little I gm nghamiichecks btipti/inu or I've' that wore luMed to That blow up 'more I than twi ..' I I tin I, ..Mil ilny ..lilllllliry, A. l 1. IIIIM.IMHAI.I .
Carters If there with large desitrn.s placed I near used! for' dre.s W. T. :
ever are any. trimming on a the I ;nil font Maitst| | chiircfi.We W\I'KH. .
Tbe otllccrs told loe the government the hem. Sometimes the waist has for .southern Mcur.tverblouscH are very thankful I of our church When W,. hayS fly our huge enro- A. H fRKWH.:

would action braiding* I on the collar with perhaps ( lor :Sportsenr; .. planes, .' I 1 I f r
no against ino. They anil feel mire that I the Lord I is I".1 1. ;lag \I..y 1'1,1.11

:hail l deuiuted my Imnbitnd, from corpoml a touch of hand emproidery to en- The merlilouse has very, many posMbilitie our u e'lminiinity i with i I a KO,K ml| chimb.Oni1 'hl'l old man ( ..'rnmuiny will cry -- HAFrT
chance the l'lf"W.4. look to Washington Fur his will (>!" l.itA Uti tN'I'lLrl
cities blown
to and llnud blm -. At first! they made of Sehiml i jieintf, revived 01'pilinl. NI'fl'\
prlvute two- for, our example in things ot were m Sunday is nfli-r ,Il". h..r.a I '
tblrds of uno moutb' pay' and they cheer marti-i'lals, Jeorgctte.; ciepichif. and \i rylHiily i.< inxiteil' to come" "lit I, I".H' lion 1,111: A. I;.i rIIn'r, '''w'l' IPI.I." ",
and,I '
i ibid
tuouKbt tbat was ouougb. I cuuldu't national I importuiuv we our f..n.. voiles and b<> forth andvere, I and, I be. with u. and tak.a I'art in the And even his large ships will sijth.When nf llrniiriiiil i-uiinlv. l-'loriiln.... fur nn iinlnr lu
answers there. Hill til pi, Iviil" unita I 'Ililnl liii.-nat. .Hnmnlultiif
convince them bo. wanu't lu on It originally -: worn with an a1)rropriatmskirt for uoik Let us prove our faith by our U..
(thi- fiiliriIntt'riiil uf Mrtiily 'lOmli-r nnilfilltin
:Models for Soft MaterialsClingmgly we serve" on
the afternoon 1111.I I !bridge or tea =Now woikKirst 1 Sunday in M-ireh wehope Ioy. hltlKhil' .
although I trl,".l bard enough. 'ItiiHli'r Mlnum.I (f tht* fi.llowlnu iliivrllnil *
%v. will sink all of the "
feminine are the new that their charm ami comfortableness I lu..rll""i.I./.. our church mill will i Innil nltunln I. llrnilfiiril ....Iy. Fin..
What surprised me was that people
'" ,modes, so the materials' chosen must has bei-n discovered, they are being have with us some (lCo.lel' slroiiK s|,i'ak- Thll show him where he always hits I..wl,
eemvd to think I bad done sometblngWonderful. ; the wrong man Uncle Satti-mn.i-e .ns, .. N .t A. ('. r. hail.r'.st .
of necessity, be soft and! tlmgmg.l'nulinl made for morning sport. Worn with ers f. tom Lake City 1.v..yh"'ly: iumu \ I wily :.1.ii, W"l bait
I never looked at It that : ii, crepe d. ('h jabs and Japanese / ml xensilde skirt, it \ill most suitable for and I britijf your basket. well I Illfeil I I, for I.r"ur"Iyll. ..r t NI.r."lh II I..t.I ...,,IS..t IWI', it. SIt.I. lt.

War at all. Moving picture concern! I silks are the favorite. The designs tennis and golf. The one illustrated\ we will "|..en.l I he day out there and When we hoys leave our homes. I I. I':, ".d .''U N ,as -..iI'. ln.. 71 ysurl.s. ,Y.

otolrIlPh8r1.. voudarllU\ agints and, : in the foulard arc rather more here in most attractive and rather unusual try to. make' it interesting to all.Mi. Probably. never to see them again, atrnr'l'. H."II.I., an ,.. 70 yards. I I11m 1

'I iew.poper. came to mOl with all aorts I interesting than those of other years. for it has a group of tusks under : : '. I It. C. Oritrcers nnil C. J. ohn-( \t wil leave only to roam. H.I ,It.iinti 4 t. t:. i."j"::: .thI..ii,"Ig Iii N.'e.tirt..tourlh IC. iw.' ofset.

S f offers. I never bad any eipertouceIn : > The combinations of colors too, are whi h the belt lilifu". The edgesare Mon made II husinesi: trip to !Stnrke': I' never to be tho name.When ... :

bu lneas. I lived on a ranclt dowu I more. urti.tic, for America has devoted bound with net u 'III'reoJ, ihamni :Monday.r.or.MtMtv. J111.'IN/, .
'':::In Arizona when I wanu't at any army much time and I .study to dyes und the i., u titling I i m contrast for the Frenchblue -- . - _. ,- we boys get "over I there,. H.II., ..r .111 nilnom.A .

,' !''post, and I couldn't understand wbat I .lusultH are very "IiC" 'lI's.ful. 'I he modelillustinted skirt i The wuiat worn und'r, nnoxtrbloiiae ) ; ; I.IM I': v \ itirntsI5y ) : We will I I ...ul sit i and think 'I U-l-r.t. I. C'ltBWH.Attorney.i'iAtmtgll.K'4 .

: bad done to brlni 01.5 self so much In here i is .uf creamy-yellow must be without frills or dear old mnth"rl buck them.Am ---- --.

tile HmIlBbt. I cnn rope a alter with foulard with a I Chinese-blue. figure in .,othervvi i it may be IIH you plea.e.him 'I' ( II. i K.: LiwrirriiHSome I ) think.of the ones whom we use to I\r:
Hi'ifhy in ( ,
"IV'" and liyvlrlun
I time \nread I that "viTriment 1.1. .0" ..
till New ajfo K .
tile L'et uf them but when .f 'rtniii tliioriiv tif purtltloninuili

Xorlt tuntb, Lt.'uu ta mill I wus .\lAIc.I GRAHAM.Mr. She has II host ,,? iri.n.Ihme.. I mirvi-yors had. placed the When we boys htand! by our I''l.itf, .,., h I 1"1, r..l in thi, ,'"."It roilrl for

wm uloua bere !knew uobodj. One who extend their heart-felt sympathy I oiindary' lietwci'n" I Huviil and St Johns 'I he thing I we should! now do.We .U..I. tin. ir.ih fiuinly.ilny i.f T'lorliln.. Jiinunry., l'hnnri A. LI...ry H'Un..,

CJt the newspaper men suggratud. tbat to her. counties t MID() ) feet fullher north than are not only making him ghul', fniiir .r..1' Id-Hi imlf-ln u'""""' n rorimrltlion .. .

r1 II If I Muittvd to get money ao 1 cvuU: : Pope Jones/ was a business visitor 'lher(- will be n cemetery working where it had always I I been supposed, In But nro helping him to get through. iitnitriiiifint., | nml nitiilimt, M. W. t .". .
Tuckday. :Ml. Sinai lt f.IYI: If'tgIs. hiM. wit, ,1'nniu' Miiuil' llulfnmii -
lIt Friday February .
on ,
1 and back: I I"1"1 many thought it y "\ joke It II
Join the Ked Cross go I ml I hir ifnfi
offer. Mrs. C. I B. Roberts and son. Pennnn I J'.iix.'! Everybody: ! cordially! invited. lint' few know that a portion of the When we boys wi nth., great buttle, .".tt,I iit ,iinili.nicn nit h..I.n.l.rnamnliuiinem.WI an -.

., ougbt to accept some of the I Mrs.! I It. ./. Byrd and :Mrs. Maw!,! \v,. want tu. see a large crowd! there, eiihtiTii boundary of Hrudfnrd' ('nijnty' or whit h we are hoping to d,.. II otfi, .r .t".1, l ni'll I in front nf t i... Court I(.use
,Tbat dvchled", \ ma. .1'11. money I make I Graves attended the funeral of :Mrs. find every body go prepared to ijn. We show n"1) it Kham "battle, In Hlnrki'. Morl'lit., 0..111. thi- liunl I of >nlr nn
from tbes articles, In the Amerltan Garfield Johns", at Hampton Thur their bit.Misses, is in ulmoKt as bad a pr..di'am'nt Or wil : of who's who. M.I,,.. I thn 4th dfY h. A. Il. ISiS
, sample I th hlvhi-nt mul lost hiililvr, .
This boundary, is the ( I t. emih In V."
newspaper will b. ueed for that purpom. duy afternoon.Mr. : Ethel: and :Mabel Hyrd accompanied hnn.'. the "erfhnl propurtr. itunt-

They will give Uncle Bam aBed Chesley Fogg and, wife motored ( by :Messrs. :Matthew und ranifi'H 22 minI, li'l.: Going south from When we I Joy Scouts return to I 'il In I.n.\,1.I"'nl("..1", Hurliln., t..wlN

: Cross nurse pasvag. to "some : over to Gainesville Wednesday. Riley Wasdin attended the play at the northt'HHt corner of the county t it A mericii Imlf of nl .rc. I). twp. 6. South

where In France" preferably Dear frV I I''... W. MiiMleton; was. here on Urookcr Saturday everting. I is /II right until the northeast corner In our bunds w.1 hold' our share, KunK 22 .lint. J, W. .

Tat (now) Joua Carter p *pal"-" business Thursday.Mr. :Mr. Tom Ostcen and wife, Mrs. Lee of township 7 is reached -thenthe And nil give for Olc I1'or !lory, J, W. ANI.nPWH.(. Jr. t

Mow I'm !going back to Douglas to : Willis Uyal and wife of footer !Surreney'; and wife, and two children trouble bi-Kins. The line south from our great victory wil '.CUI. A. I) ANDKKIJ.;

lee Ibe folk*. I'll .top In Kentucky ad Toml wne bubinesH visitors here :Mon- und Mr. Lonnio ;Morgan of Ilrooker there has a deviation to the "It. so It. I. :. A. V. W.MO. cumn,... ..

buslmnd ordered, and tell bl.e mutt day. were plcitnant vuitors her Sunday.Mrs. (Trent that when the north line of Starke Trooi* ... Stil, fur CompIlll 2-1-Se
toy : John Lovelace, of Tampa i II line is found. I limy Scouts of -------- -- .
er all about wbat a flae Samicle she :Mr 0. B. Warren wife and children ::10-7-2:1) : i in rl'uclt'd. thin . Aml'ricl. -
her :Mr. and Mrs.
where, visiting parents of the "returned" Minci; or But:
hu. leturned to Fernunxlmia to be 300 ( r.I\II'
baa for son. My own mother will
a \Uarry for a few dll'II.Ir. Thirty ilnyn .ut-tir
be engaged in naval store business. '1.1.1' the Tho Qulnlra: too A.'Iuct He! Haadllrrinirol ... h..t I will apply
and ec- not ,
is ndjuimriir
waiting for me. She never kue* I vrai I i : N. 1 II. .lories. und wife made u 1"/.ur"m'nt. Tat to thn llniiornhlc f. A rinnllmr fount ,
I didn't :Mr. lewis Mnrlow wife and twoehii.irn to the w.ql the same amount too IK ,". .ml I rltrcl. I.AXA .1"...... of llrmlforil ( P'luriiln.". for ,
I bad left. want business .. Starke IU'llv. 1'3.
goinguntil I thegiien trip t. Saturday.Mis. tin 1 VI'. UKuMoijI' I lNI.l u < 0., ... t. .. nt
. from Dunnellon are i nrilinnryOnlnliM. 1'.I..t. !.1.ho On..t.ttinH "
her to worry. Now she writes: I' Davis this week. : ISowens, of Tampa( Is the gucut { This deviation Imount to. nii'l .' 9 ni.l ...1"I.rl. ,,'ii-tn'Nii riot ,1.II"'M'/ I enoli .if Haunt!. 1 , I
"If wanted to be a soMIer nod !, of ;\1// P. I I of Sirs.. .J. C. Harry this. week. I roughly spi'iiknu', 71 .,.t per th"I"1,11 I I.emr.r it,. lull niniefint) I",,,,, nml, Ii.n thy 1""fn.111 ,n r h. '
you .
;Mr It.iv.S'ewsoim: -, of Starke, was tilled I fin the south linf of '0,1 t.'.' ..n-iiura ol' U. W. G"UV< 3c I. I.. i't, In.r. ....i. ., I II-
n.11'111/ theoretically
flgbt wltb your man It WItS .U 1 rUbt reguur appointment .
'here on business !Friday.Mr. I -. .- -- -. -- -_ - -- I/'y !.- .1".1 I II"" ii.wIt ,- A Trifi t '
with We're proud of 'Tour here: Sunday delivering a very section mt'l-'fi should I be 150 feet too l I.u i lit n hail ,, .
,, I
yon. sick
as. Stone at ., "ir "
: Geoike 11 very 4 h"n1 run*
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+ + + + + + + + + + ,
I .p + "r + . ,
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interesting nt ,
an lion or to tbe blood and that bin. I this writing. '. She has a number ofi I i I sermon. lonf. and the louth linn of section' ." .' r i
.lr. I ). J. Bjid. anil son, Perry :. I.17a: V blood since before tboclvU I I I > ,
been O btluj her t-pi-edv : rih I .
;: : friends wishing a recovery. business tup to Starke Monday.madl'l + L i: c; A I. N C: r: sNOIICI I r." hnmln-il-" nn.l. rlirl" i I II r
war." : :Mr. T. I IJ. \Uyal and wife made uibusinenii a Th. ruriiri' I. i \ 'is m first run in I 1i:1! 1.1 o I :It hiiiiilrnl itriil th.nv. f i
i The had newreucheil this + + L' ., .,. r ",., i
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I don't know how long thU war U trip to Stark.; SVvIn..lay.Me |'' '.\.i-; n'-rll N tnearly > > > ar' I
'Monday. nftt noun, stttting that :Mrs! '| + + 41' + + + + + + + + + + + l. .- Ho 1'.1.0' nml ihlrtv I I.. i iI.'Inning
cowl to lust but If It g\r.s me balf a I : ,.,rs. S. l IJ. (DuKi. and RobertGroover C. :M. Kill.1:, who. had he n ill tor. 'It'< liv AT 1\1,1.: tn.iti.. .h. I , .\" liiviMiiiritc, nt u .
I I : : TO I it a:l-lnRM) ,
; mad" busim s trip to r'llin' fnim Niirlh '
a to I rig '
chance I'll be "over there'. wltU a cros i'p" |" ri e 'Hilly jmrti -Inr t >
'some time hud! paMseit She I 1"1 ,
awaj. .
,\ ." ClfKIMTOKH: I "int Sieti.ui litifrunning, t
-turke, .
arm looking for Private John : Saturday. I I leaves her \ hu< d.t- :iiri'l '"i" ,'i"ntiol", for. If'iv- hiintr. ) .
on my I to mourn departure II -- j / All ptirsonn to tl. late "ur. i thi.Siiuthwint ""i.
Carter. U. S. I. II hope he'"a a captain I I ;Mr IlowH! I nonl", of Kurleton: j' hand eight ,ehildien! a nurnber' of 1 I r'.iin-nt. mrM, j u i. He ,.i\"i th" !In nrini' of .1./ L. \Yu ilJ.JI..o, ,,f llradford I ",.'.vl .L'.o.l.-y /li.t. I I.i,* i I''ui I ,

then hen got It l/i 1.11aDd) lookingout ll'eiuh, attended the funeral or1; 1' .. relative*, and a hot of 'rh'nlShe\ r Ihl 11'e and oth"r pirtienlsiM I deceased I nr.Itit .<|art> r ncni lying i 11. i >i '
; to HIM.- ,
I i county an' iiiostod" |' pay { c''nnnnnw, v lh ', , S
((:. :'01. Kclley here Tuesday, I was laid to rest in iM! I :Mt. Sinai f'cm- I I field imtes, und he re--urvi\ed 'tr.. t .
tor him mid tbo boys.Therelt ;' I 11 I) their saul debts forthwith anil all ''r II" Mnry I,. I ,0" t ",-, .4
t.e some one e!.. I'll be lookIng I :Mr E I.. Crosby, son and daughter. I tery near here Tuesday' afternoon.The the "i-tiona "I both side-i of th" li'I' ,persona having .claims aguniii th. said I Ii V,,.rtli Plflv "inr.!," t.. .. ,,!10'! <4., \ i
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George; und Ruby passed through their'he I' -t 'I| Im, .I!.wi, thw run nf I ,, I
who talked f-ntire community, extend ,error in plate "" 'f.l tate reiue-ted tu thiid I" I.
for to..-the "rook I u [I" 11.11 on are | l'M't i !I,I'" a. h,.".lr',1 ,Kit. ,) '
".- too much and tipped me off. ho.Iri.Iay, afternoon. rt-fclt sympathy to the beieaved "i.oi vi- |I..,'TI I'intinmil. l"nir, beftirt-. 'Inly(, Duth'ntcut.I. within rn" Y' ,. rfrom 'I"I .. ill", I,. I".", '..1 I ."I Iin'
Wasdin has return 'I I fuetJllnckKhear I '
:Mr. II. I I'. one . they will I I.. fur, 'r'I III, I t.. 'a,f th, f t. f \ \ tV .
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TUB IMD: Gu.. where he H''I n !. d 1 i 0 I i- \ Tf. [ r-iru'i" i'f. thil ' ". I' ,
the funeral of$ Mr. Lester Dixon II. LONG BRIDGE. I I !I''. v. v, "t-i' irk r MH (i''l I r tli., .'''i vcr burred. Jiinuary) ", I I'M'' I I If t

I i . !f' p.1, i1''v, f' .i itl I' MRS. FRANCES: wiiu.Administrttratix : '. ; ,
" .. Dixon return In.' n th t 1 I. 'i i r''
: 1O\\T'Iir.' IIUI.t of the e. .r.' I IL.
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:Mr. l.m-y Cason, of Raiford was Ii . '. Warren, decensf-il., 1 I'
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hi must fed. B. A. Thomas', Holt Powder! We the t'u.t at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. I| n 1 0 d i i J.- ------ -- -- '
F ,r "i Vimr: fi> 1'' profit-iblo tell moves wormsid: J. F.Ik: ," Sunday afternoon.Mr. i t- .1.' I Ir, i I' fi r ,' fun ns dl- BALK
positively IJKTBI
Ie 1 IM .M.:: '\. r'" from. Iirth to marketing you not make Ernest Williams, who has been | rr-cu.i 11 tl.i :I.. ..i {HACK, is a pu-/ le. ir.r by notiff, thnt liii.iru..i j.IP'
If the does I /
: Ir Ho c it n.t proflttlle. uniiesa'h thumpa. the Florida Ea f'iKitIt.iilwuy It miv: havf Icon r.."r the sake of "n"r- "' r>r thnt evrttiin final .1....*. of fi... I . VIKH MI fll n: : \N
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will. J. W. White t. Son "r I.'d by "', ,. , : ,
ll '" I ic we i ur rn't iiri'l I nti'r tln> lir< "ut I art I," I. : ,".1 I " I I
Bin a P ,i-.ittt-pn.junu hcalthv. \ .tnr.'lition< ia'* ] uhy"If }L., :1': ,, Murke. Fla. F'b. !I-' J I3-'JJ:; :, at Wi."t Palm! licuih i n vi.- it ;' rymm.dt: 'rini'. ." or I y a patriotic IJrml- f.r ]lriiiir<,iil' ( '. ,"'Y. I l TI.IB, in I I,.0''" 'v "", J t I. ," ..., I..n: "


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: A. McDonald: was a business good many little oak trees and set Pence were transacting business in we can hear it is evident tit ?li' o
school Jacksonville last Thursday. have made up theirTninds' n i 'It,
visitor to JackMinwllc :Monday them c out on the church and
(vf .lam(, 1 Reynolds] of Graham, was grounds.Mr. ;Miss L. Loaclholtz was a visitor to their reputation for being a i I' : Oil
fr transmitting business. here Tuesday.Riv. Starke last Tursday. he society making money .'c.'t1
: J, E. Johnson and family are
W. T.I.; (;uirc, of 1'alatka. from their recent Little Miss Claudia Terry had the Lord. At l--lO: the party left I' .n""
slowly improving
filled his regular appointments at the weak misfortune to break one of her arms homes, happy hearted ar.j, j ,
; sickness. Mrs. Johnson is very "
County News public school closed last Friday of board. This "jumping! the board", is her kindly cnterainment. '
case jaundice.Mr. at school Sir J. D. Randall and :Mr\ .
-- --- --- for the t"rrn.winle to deficit of dangerous, und its practice
--- -- --- a 0\
i -< J..I| funds for the sub-district. ; J. L. Jackson is expected to and at home should be discontinued, as Randall were visitors to Jn' ar!
.1 lmttrt.t\i\t\ Facts Gathered During the Week by OurRegular Principal: C. C. Hobbs has won the leave next Friday for Atlanta, Ga., this is not the first accident of this Tuesday. '1..

Correspondents. confidence of both patrons anti. where he will enter college. kind in Lnwtey.Mr. Mrs Jennie Woodley and M i F
::. it i i-> with regret that the school Mr. J. 1). :Moore and family visitedJ. ; H. Kellar, of :Maxville, was a Geiger, of Jacksonville- ;,1 i
"I ,'I, closed short of the usual term. E. Norman and family lust Sunday business visitor! to Lawtey one day one day last week at the hen, q'>

t. -- V. K. Prevail and wife spent last last week. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. l.ij
the of _5_ Bennett returned to Mr. 11. W. Burney was i i't '> .
I : Sunday at Sampson, guests :Mr. Henry
l''eb. 1.1th: as it was postponed I
BROOK En. ', .
friends. Williston Monday, where he is engaged business in Jacksonville !
.Ian. J.'ith: to Mime future date on nrlount -
of the deaths in the community Rev J.. A. Rnwls will conduct the in the crosstie business. Mr. Elisha Wilkerson, of a
The public school clii-ed on lust; that The usual services at the Baptist Church AFTER A'ISIT TO JAX. Mesdames: V. I R. Reddish: and Henry was a visitor to Lawtey lav ,
Friday und the entertainment given Ion I date. Mime program to Jacksonville Miss Ethel Wilson Jar
I with some additions will be rendered, Saturday evening and Sunday morn- Bennett were visitors reurilast ''iO '
l.y the pupils was u ducidod,) success Hope will feel interested and ingAll are invited. (Continued From Page 1.) :Monday week from Jocksonvil l 'he'
!,. Had goal I lii'havior and worn everyone who has been ina she several .
I everyone come and do their mite. Tho regular communication of ;Miss Florence Williams returned to R. D. Bennett, Jr., spent days with ""
,, to enjoy it. There will bo nt least .- -- Hampton Lodgeo.. \2'J: 1-. & A. :M. her home Washington, D. C. last hospital in Jacksonville for about We arc glad to report thi sips
'- -- one month of added to the LAKE BUTLER. will be held in the Lodge room this Friday, after spending about three three weeks, where he had an op..ralion I ( Buck) Wilson, who has )f". fe'

1 term, but only two of the teacherswill evening, I beginning promptly at 7 weeks nt the home of her sisitcr, :Sirs performed for nppcndicitic, was several 1 days with pneumom; us

i remain, Prof. rims and MinsKmilii Lecture at Baptist. Church o'clock. Business of vital importancewill A. I.'an Dyke, in East Lawtey.Mr. able to return home last Saturday', although I valescing.Sir. t
; KpinkH be transacted., and he was somewhat weak J. C. Byrd and fame
und 1IIr<. Buddy 1'revatt sty
A Aims and !
z Several of our citizens visited tho lecture nn jermany's C. A. Bishop, of Baskervillc Virginia children of Saturday Mr.\ J. C. Cone came from Brookerand Raiford Monday to attend I 1elj1
and spent -
What She Has Cumpville
i. county seat/ Monday.. Accomplished" : is the guest of his daughter, and Lawtey spent Saturday here. I of a relative, who died in a ,lIniei:
Whither of Civilization and Sunday in near
Whence and
Miss Clam Moitt, of Stnrkf, spent Mrs.\ K. B. Watterson. Messrs. J. Terry and James 11. camp.
last week-end herethe of her ," by Kev. Oscar. (J. Klinger! of with relatives.Mr. I
Mrs. J. I.. Scotlcn, of Gainesville, :Moore were transacting business before -S ,
friend, :Miss Eunice l Robinson., Lceshurg, Kla., was given nt the Bap-! ; A very C. Powell, representingthe .
was a visitor here Sunday the guestof Florida Times-Union in the county school board at Starke.
tist church Lake Duller Wednes- was
Mr. Jesse Uyrd and C. Harry, two cf at Mrs II. B. Wrest. Monday. I
1' CJraham'H; progressive mnrchnnt, were day Jan. :IJOth. Sympathy of the entire communitywas Lawtey Saturday. Mr. G. W. Mosley and son, George,
sounds from hearts
in our town on business last Thurs In the! first lecture, on "Tho Whence Ringing merry
and Whither of Civilization," the extended: to Garfield Johns when were heard coming from within the went to Campville the first part of tho

( day.A number of Worthington folks] speaker explained the origin of culture Wednesday evening, Jan. :30th, his ;5!. E. Parsonage at Lawtey last Fri week, where they havo secured em- L
and the Meaiopotomia, wife passed away after a brief ill day evening. It developed] upon inquiry I ployment. Keep Well
n Attended the school entertainment in Egypt
: the ness. The remains were laid to rest that the Grace Church Epworth I Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Evenden were ,
here lust Saturday night. and traced its movement over
F in Santa Fe cemetery on Thursday j visitors to Jacksonville on Tuesday.Mr. .
earth Greece Homo the Teu- League were enjoying their monthly
through ,
Miss Mae ClommonH of Woldo'nefficient
one afternoon, with the impressive burial : went for the of
and from Eyendcn purpose Do not allow the
teachers andSunday I tonic nations, across the Atlantic to social: and entertainment
spent Saturday ceremony of the Woodmen Circle, of in attending: a minister's meeting in poisons of undigested
here with her parents, Mr. und, America, across America to the Pacific accounts thus far turned they
which she was a member. Mermorial church at the food
to accumulate
it to the fullest in
Urn. J. K.: ClemmonH. and across the Pacific to Japan, China evidently enjoyed extent -
the The religious services were in quest of Pr. J. II. :Martin, District your bowels, where they
and India lie then presented
Mr. Lewis Shriver, of Camp Johns
charge of Mrs. McDonald! of Jack- Superintendent of tho Jacksonvilledistrict. are absorbed into
civilization which There was large attendance and your
phases of through a
ton, was a pleasant visitor here Saturday -
a and the race has. passed-material in the sonville. An immediate/ family of a the young folks say without a single system. Indigestion: constipation .
Sunday Orient and intellectual in the west, husband a son of two years, and an exception, they had a glorious time. I :'>Ir. L. L. Sapp was transacting headache, bad
Mr. Everett Clemmons] of Camp
especially in Greece; in beauty, und in infant daughter of two weeks; a large Barrels of fun were opened up and it 'business in Starke Monday blood, and numerous
Jiickxon, here visiting friends and,
win :
circle of relatives and friends survive of other troubles are boundto
Mr. and Mrs. William Thornton,
I relutivi'H pant of last week. Rome in law, order, system. Tho was fun of the pure and Wholesome ,
casual of all thespeaker to mourn her loss. kind. There was long laughts forevery Cnmpville, spent Sunday with relatives follow. Keep your
Or. N. II. Clemmons, of Jacksonville principle, progress I
Mrs.! Annie Johns is again at homeon 1 in and near Lawtey. system clean as thous-
minute with moment'slull
found in the desire of the never a
i' wan shaking hands with friend
; her little] farm just west of Hamp I Gen. Sloot returned to Washington, ands of others do, by-
i here list human being, for self-expression. ] and on the street the next day I
Saturday ton. Just four weeks after the home 1 I). C. last week after taking an occasional dose!
one day spending i I
ThiH ] found its full it was to detect those who
Mr. L. A. Wynn of Hampton, was principle just r'cOA'nltlOn very easy
of the old reliable
ant! ,
furnishings were destroyed by I several weeks ns the guest of ;Maj. I veg
business visitor here last Friday in (,reece and by the (;fJrcek: had attended the social the evening '
afternoon.Mr. was transmitted I to Rome. It wastaught : lire n new nnd larger, one arose out before, for it took those leaguers and ;Mrs. A.1.: Van Dyke in East j etable cine. family liver medi
i of the .hes. :Mrs. Johns
Christ and, emphasised in a to twenty-four hours to get their beaming Lawtey.
C. N. Shaw, who was badly cut thank the friends who assistedher I
many faces back to normal. Pastor At the invitation of Sirs J. P.
last week, we are (glad, to report is His church. Individuality or the sacredness -
rebuild and
1 I to refurnish a home. Evenden and, wife led the folksin of Thedford'sBlackDraught
improving nicely. of flf-hood produced the reformatory young Randall the Ladies Aid Society
More than
S Mr. A. II. Surrency and daughter, I won by American, Trench contributed two to assist hundred her in dollars .were lots of inorent fun and frolic, to the Grace :M. E. Church held their semiannual -

1 Miss Vera, went visitors' to Starkc and English revolutions, was the most nod much of the labor donated rebuilding, supremo delight of their Epworth monthly meeting at the Randall -
last Monday.Quito precious thing brought to America in making home without thus guests, and when the reporter pnssd residence, East Lnwtey, on Thurs
I a few of the young folks here Mayflower; organized the wonderful The u by many happy faces were seen peep day of last week. It was planned
I I enjoyed) II social last Monday flight, government under which we live, appreciated help and sympathy' than of her friendsis ing through the curtains and the win- that the ]ladies should arrive in the

r given by :Mr. and Mrs 51. I' Mathcny and it the actuating principle of tho more word can dows. morning and engage in an all day

I .- at their home for the teachers who Allies/ in the present war. Becausethe exprl'ss.lIonor Roll Hooverized refreshments were served Sewing Bee to better equip what is I
Hampton High School
+ were going away. Those present' reported struggle is one of individuality First! Grade; -Luther Cribbs Leslie and thoroughly enjoyed) afterwhich known ns the district superintendent's' Mrs W. F.
a nice time. against autocracv victory is boundto Futch Claud Hall Novilla, the happy party disbanded and room at the parsonage. It was a rainy > .Rising Fawn,Ga.
.c i Mr. J. Morgan and family attend-, come to the Allies. Lorene Prawdy I George; Khnme.King, started for their homes, and many lay but there was a good attendance I I We have
i'd services at New Hope Sunday. In the evening Or. Klinger "spoke on :Second: l Gradr-; / -Kdgar: Clarence were the expressions of love and gratitude nevertheless, and nt the kindly solicitation !, ford's -
:Mrs! A. J. I'inholHter spent Sunday. icrmany's: Aim and. What She: Hits Hicks, Willie- Terrell King, F1 toward the pastor. nnd his. wife t of the genial hostess all present j a family
in Alachua! the guest of her brother. , Aceamplisheil.I .\gain the may wus : tIthame. for their untiring rlforts in behalf of settled] down to the full enjoyment of mother-in-law
': Mr.V.. llaxter.Mr. used. to illustrate the eminent peril Third Grade; ; Terrell the young people of Lawtey. the many comforts of the beautiful take calomel
I George :
I '. nf the democratic' states at the moment Randall: home. too strong for
!I. I busineKH ,
liyal was transacting{ -
Seals, Inex J Drawcly, I Kebn ;Maxwell When seen the next day the, pastor I used -
&"i' in Aliichiia Saturday. when the United States entered the I Alta Robinson, Amanda Vnrnes, said he had but, one regret which was An appropriate Honverizod" but oppetixing -' mild laxative J
i ;Mr. I I.. has viiiIle showed from documents (!rrmany's -
1' Morgan moved his Annie Lester, Alma Lester, G.V.. owing to his being called out late in lunch was served and thoroughly regulator .
p' ; family into the cottage recently determination/ to dominate the the i enjoyed and, the Rev.
I Hicks, Ralph Green.VANDERBILT.. i-vcning to IIn emergency case ) pastor, in the family
bought, by him on Itloxham street.Mr. world. "America next" are two where ,, Alfred Evenden
n minister's help i is always needed accepted a special in- it is the best
: J. K.: Clrimnons made a trip' to Kngli.ih: words 1 which every (;Jernuin l, the ,devotional] services, with which \itation to be present the liver made."
Gainesville; last soldier knows. After describing, the'Teutonic I .
pastor always likes to concludethe A short business session was heldin insist on the
I : S. V. Andreu nail, ,' a business' cruelty as exploited in social entertainments omitted I I the Thedford's. 25c:
were afternoon
l 'I trip to Worthington, last Saturday in Siberia 1 particularly] the speaker" A much needed! ruin fell in this section otherwise. the pastor states that- J. H. Moore in the with chair.President The work Mrs age. c i
Mr. 1 I.. in explained the phenomenon due to Sunday night.
1 was Alachua Saturday as the social unit
was a complete !
happy planned for the
t I on business.! a system of education, in which Mr. I'. M. Norman and L. L. Conner success I I day having been fully

The little/ infant of Mr. and Mrs' Nietzshe's horrible doctrine of the were visitor to Starke Saturday. Messrs. R. B. Jackson and II. for accomplished future further plans were laid
Charles Kelley died. 1 last Tuesday, and superhuman was the cl'nterhh'h win Miss Gertrude; Anderson, one of the C.I I I activities and from what

1 was buried at Dedan cemetery ]last forced on the Germans; by their mas Vanderbilt teachers, visited her parents .- ..
: Wednesday, afternoon. ters. In the course of the lecture it Sunday at RaLford -- -

[< / Several of the young folks] here, was clearly shown that this is I ;Mr. Levy Norman made a call to
forming n picnic party, spent the day America's war, and the speaker made astrong Raiford Saturday afternoon.The .
? nt Karleton: Beach last; Sunday.Mr. plea for hearty cooperationwith little son of :Mr. and Mrs. S.
(;" 0. Crosby, of Jacksonville the government in its every rec .I. Sapp is better at this writing. We
J In: hume for a few days visiting relatives ommendation.Mr. hope he will soon be up again.
, ) rod, friends.Mr. Vasco Howling arrived! last Miss Leronia Green; of near Starke,
.. f Harley and Leon Thomas, of :Monday night.Ir.; I h".lingbelon is visiting friends and relatives in this THE CAR WITH THE HALF
'" i Wateroak, spent Saturday and Sun ed, to Co. II. U. S. lifith: Infantry. He section.
J, day here. was one of ten who were sent back Mr. Leon Conner made n call to
I I : !Messrs. II. C. and J. L. Surrency from France for being under nee. :Mrs. E. I'udgett Sur.Jny afternoon.

?,:t i 4 were visitors! to Starke last Monday. These boys, left France on the :Mist ;Mr. Dan Johnson, of Raiford, spent
, Mr. J. C. Cone, who purchased tho I f>. of last lecember, arrived in New Tuesday night with his cousin, Lang MILLION
W. I'inhplstor farm at this place, has York the :'JHth day of January. Vasco Norman. DOLLAR MOTORWe

moved his family into their new house, ]left for Lake Butler l-'eb. 1st. lie says Miss Lizzie Norman spent Sunday
and we welcome them among us. ho boys over in the old country are with Miss Ruby Norman.
Miss CJcrtrudo; Thomas. spent last I' doing fine. lie is. in perfect health] Mr. Eustice Crews and! Miss Fannie .

Saturday und Sunday hero with her and will live in Lake Butler with his liloodsworth, of near Raiford, were
parents! family, subject to a. call when he becomes in this. section Sunday afternoon. have bought the Starke Motor
.' t I It. D- Taylor find Body Mizelle, of of age should they need him.II Mrs. Littleton Kite, of Heilbronn Company's garage and
Worthington, attended the exercises is many friends were glad to see was a guest of Mr. and Mrs S. J.
a hero last Saturday night him. Norman Sunday nfternonn. will;have on display there several famous Briscoe cars "The

I ,; Sheriu Kpperson, of Starko, was n Mrs. Thelma Schell will leave for School will be out today ( Friday) ,
t ph'asant'isitor here Saturday., Jacksonville Saturday to visit friend at Vanderbilt.The Best Looking Light-weight Car Built." At
,\ A number from Starke attended the Last Thursday evening a son of meeting closed at Vanderbilt present we have

1 t school exercises hero last Saturday Ham entered the shoe repairing establishment Sunday. Two members were baptized the
\''" I nigt. of Mr. K. C. Davis on West Sunday afternoon at the Conner touring model on hand and the roadster model will be

A Misses Kthel and Mabel Byrd, of Main street with a pair of shoes in bridge. We are all glad to see any.
i I I Graham, were pleasant visitors here his hand with quite a pitiful story of one take n, step for God.; shipped from Jacksonville within ten days. 'j
.i Saturday evening. hunger. Mr. Pavis advanced him Mr. and, Mrs 1>. Cason and children
r J' 8 Mr. John Groover; one of Brooker's some cash and, held. the shoes as security of Raiford, were visiting in this

progressive young! ml'n. was u visitor I expecting the darkey to re section Sunday, guests of Mrs.
iI. I to LaCrosse lint Friday afternoon. deem them in 11 short while, but the Cason'tf sister, Mrs. F. T. Norman.
Roswell Ward, who was accidentally darkey did not have that grateful feeling There will he services nt Emanuel
shot by his brother lust; Thursday" in his heart as he should have, and Saturday night and. Sunday. Every-
s afternoon, In getting along nicely, decided to break in the shop after the body invited. Sunday school at ten
4 7 : und we are glad to report it not n proprietor had left and take back the o'clock.
4f I t serious wound. shoes. This did not satisfy. his natural :'>ll'ssrA.VeslC'y Norman and Johnnie ,

f Little II. n. Surrency celebrated his propensities for stealing! so he appropriated Yurbrough, of Kaiford attended _. --- .. ,F
t fifth birthday last Tuesday, his' parents :Mr. Havis'. slicker that was Sunday School Sunday afternoon at -.P-- -
preparing him a nice dinner. hanging behind the door and seeing Emanuel.Mr. :

I' Only a few near relatives were present another pair of shoes that were quite Warren Bloodsworth of Raiford,
to participate and we wish fort stylish took charge of them also. Our was a guest of Sir I and :\1 I'll. F. ;M.
him many more pleasant birthdays., ever-elert marshal, G! V. Phillips, was Norman Sunday afternoon.
,, Mr. Wiley Wasdin, of Graham; attended notified and in u short while had, the Miss :Myrtle Norman was n guest
* the school exercises! here last gentleman in the city boarding house of Mr. and :Mrs S. J. Norman Sun-
't Saturday night near the lake. The following morning day.

,E Mr. and Mrs R. T. Osteen anti J. hewn brought l'l'forpthe' august u
' i L. Surrency and' I family spent the day presence of :Mayor A. C. Strickland. GRAHAM.
last: .V!u .!..;. .,1.--I ..I-- The negro ncknowleilireil the ttixfinn.l .
with rchitIvcs .
;" at Graham.: -.J' iMvimuniiy the verdict: was. $5.0(7: ( QiHI"o t or 15 The farmers are-all busy now turning -s. - =; :;,""'"" .- \_)' .&"1"--\';'" ." U

f r :Mr. J.. :Morgan motored to Graham : land. preparing for a big cotton
:'olr. R. II.
Sunday.Mr. Taylor nnd ;Mrs. N. E. crop. There has been several
; Julian Collins our efficient Addison were joined) in the holy bonds) of lime unloaded. here this sc&carload THE BRISCOE ROADSTER
' postmaster wn n pleasant' visitor to of matrimony last :Monday) at Hai- I son. That means better pinders and I'
'Ii- Cooler Pond on last Saturday eve ford, ;Notary'; Berry Kelly omcintin more hogs.!
: nine We wish for :Mr. and ;Mrs. Taylor. .
;Mr. .
. ; G. :Melvin, of Brooker, was
::i Inez Mrs.! P. M. Barefoot and daughter, many) years of happiness ant prosperity in our town last Sunday. Remember, the name "Briscoe" means "Let's Go." With this car you get the benefitof
spent the day in Alachua last ;Mr. :Manning passed through out
s- Saturday.Friends. New.ion There was last a cemetery working at town last Sunday with his wife and experience of a mechanic who has helped build the "Half Million Dollar Motor "
Thursday. Notwithstanding ; get
of :Mrs. M. Kelley were thildren, moving from Brooker
sorry to learn of her death, which oc- tended.! New the rain quite n number. at- Gainesville :'olr.Iannina; :: had to a service and proper treatment. We are here to stay. Give our mechanic your work and we

cured on :Monday: of last week. She the church and steps other were placed to stroke of paralysis last :May, and has guarantee satisfaction. We will have in stock full line
had been an invalid for sometime. work done, but to go on crutches. While waiting for you a of motor supplies, oils, etc.
She leaves a husband and several ns they did not get through on account night train the

children to mourn her death. The interment of rain, they will hove anotherworking E. T. Stewart and good wife Snmaritains, took them, Bro.up Call at the Starke Motor Co. for a demonstration of the Briscoe and let us have that

f>n Tuesday took: place Pedan Tho cemetery entire All are cordially next Saturday invited.February 9th. to warm their house and gave them a good Ford on a new car that you will feel proud of as its owner. Thanking all
I supper. you we are
: family have the sympathy of the comi :Mrs. :M. It. 1'nrren and little girl, for service. yours
I + munity in their, bereavement cf Atlanta Ga are the guests! of her RISING.Mr
Little Iris Brown has been on the (! brother, Mr. I' A. Barker. They expect .

sick list for the past! few
Miss Irma Andreu, of New River I :Mrs E. A. Pitt, of Punta Gordn, : and :Mrs. C. I I' Ilersey and two

front Saturday here with her aunt, mother of Mr. P. A. Barker, will remain sons, Jesse and Silas; of the Swift ROSENBERG &
Mrs Cone, attending the school exer in Lake Butler for two or three Creek section, visited Messrs. A. J.
! "I cises. weeks. and ,1. S. Jackson last Friday and MOOREI

,t \ 1 The agricultural meeting held in Messrs. W. M. Overstroet and! P. A. Saturday.The .
the Masonic hall on last Wednesday, Barker went to Jacksonville last Wednesday many friends of Mr. J, S. Jack I
was well attended. Svcral talks were on business. son are glad to see him able to be up
If, I made along the line of agriculture anti again: after being confined to his bed Starke FloridaSM"
;. thoroughly for several days. -
;''I' enjoyed by those! present. HAMPTON.
; The Ladies Aid Society :Mrs. ;M. J. Fonts and Mrs M. M.
j met last -
" I Saturday afternoon, several members Crosby and children attended church
t' J. P. Summers has moved his family at Wnteronk last
being present. The Sunday.
ertterainment and from Graham to the Sullivan resi Last
j'i. box supper will be on Friday night, dence, on Church street. went down Friday a few men and boys
t _- and got a
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