Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 15, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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4 Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year $1.30: ; Months: 75; Conts. r.i>ablc Advance.. K. S. Matthews Editor and Proprietor.

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VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1918 NUMBER 33.

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CANDIDATES :M1Sir.L I HKill ci.ru 1ot1lOol.l'IH( l'lttfl.t'4 l'oltU'\1 AT : I MATTHEWS\ FAILS TO GET BEAN HO)1.\ 1:11> Al 11111\\1111 I 'T riM.IIFDci l :.\1 sii- ic.\ I IllS:; FAIR ASSOCIATION -


The first of the season's series fj I
; recitals of the Starke Glee Club: will'be 1'atom, t the new regiilalK'ns: :.idopteil; ,l lI
BEGINNING TO I by the Provost Marshal I (:iem-i.il' I nn
I CONTRACT
WITH
given in the form of a cooperativeprogram GOVERNMENTWashington. ,.
OFFICERS
by the (;lee (,Club nssistottby egi.strant physically)! I di-iu.ih i I i lied I
for
general military i.erue but ph.iinlly
the members of the .Ladies :Musical
of Starke in the auditorium of the disiualil\od I, | \ for spetud i'I'i 1 limit> | I
ANNOUNCE\ ANTSCounty cd seiMce .shall I be calli-d i into i milit.iiser I t t i \ ,
High School on next Thursday evenIng n. C., Feb. I.!. I :}l onel V..in' \\',iv mi t""'mIl'of t the fanners \'ice except' Ii 'Iii II .su-i| I lal 1 I i ill I j MET AT L. BUTLER
Feb :liJnd: nt eight o'clock., This i K. Matthews.: [
!'t81'1,,', Kin. of the count y. I His I i t telegram explains call made, by the adjutant j."I1"1." Tht'
affair will start a series of recitals :
Colonel \'an'U'S that In- \\
says MO n.'I'l'n p I confronted with tin statement Local Hoard can accept or I..i..t .1
: Commissioners Office which are planned not only for this now open for contract in Florida. Mo that t the acreage in Florid.i hnd mall for! military service whenhis t | -- '\
city but for number of
a place encourages planting independently. all been taken up. nullifications are not doubtful ,'il It. r : Committees Appointed to f
As-
Leading in Number of throughout the state und great Interest Says should bo no difficulty in dispos This. of course, ends! my connection wny, but i if he m accepted imd I cl.-iinis I .i | ,
is being taken in nmkinn the open ing of proiluct at good l prices. Von with the matter. There' is in fact an nl'peal" he I is sent I to the nn-duil i I ad I Ivisory sist in Collecting Exhibit 't
Candidates Inpro""rum"" a success. can "get" seed, from linker Castor! Oil nothing more t that I can do. I liimrd in Jacksonville nt his "\\'n
'.. The club is one of the few musical!' Co., :New'; York nt ?t d! per bushel and I understand that the concerns to (expense the, )local physician liming for State Fair
clubs in the tate organised for C
ung freight. whom the acreage jr Florida was nl- first made his exam innt t ion. The nu-ili-u
t,, Political aspirants in Bradford men solely for the purpose of better DUNCAN:'; FLETCIUn.: hotel weneach" given certain terri cal advisory board, 1 ean rtnd the registrant -
-'J County are beginning to make formal music for the younger class and much tory lly the teiniH of the A i 11'111 I of t tinolllceis" of the
allotment t for . limited
iiiialilied
announcement? of their wishes. Messrs. credit is due to the leadership of The foregoing telegram shows that: 1 Itradford l C"ntIii the special ar I tmueI. futility Fair i AnNin-i.itton: I and
K. A. Green and A. S. Crews were Hlanchard D. Law for rounding out I have failed to get a contract for the given to It. I L. 'I Iliininer.: in of territory Jacksonville. t ; military" service examination, or. i if ,he qualified passes: n satisfactory for- the .lllit.p t ,iIPOlh..1.I liy the hoard

early in the field us candidates for representative the pleasingprogram* given in thepast. farmers of liradford County fv the i I He I i if otfering In contract with I If t the Local t II'"Illt t y "OI111"'lol'r.. to assist in
", and so far have a mo- The club itself is composed Q f growing of castor beans for iho government. the farmers : general military semce. collecting t \ exhibit fil t lie Stile Pult
at $ \1\1' hl\ lll'1.' No I Hoard the
does net to I
physical i
Its
agree
i proiuion uns In-Ill I
nopoly. twenty voices not including] that of \ is i-ontnined Tuesday morning, in the
I in his contract for I I t of t the registrant lieis toI
Lately the Mr. Law who the When qualifications u I I at I I l.nki> I Hutler. Those l
several gentlemen have announced director : was I made announcement of my an increase I the hal lit
pruv the
in to
farmer' sent tltll<' medical I I advisory I""IIr.1fn \1'C'Nt'lt
.'. themselves ns candidates. for leading tenor chosen by, Director willingness to act for the firmer :n i in the event t the government aih.-inces ,' re-examination i t nt I the of t I" II't.tllt''r..*, F. :'II 1"
a-. membership on the board of county Chapman of the Columbia Glee this matter without compensation the price for the beans. It i is! straight' t the 'eminent.Men expense Hl'li..t.t I t. ;. 1 Itrnwn I K.: l ItoheYts.t
CIUb'j a go\ I:. ,
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commissioners I of which he was a member last there had! been no intimation that the contract t to beaux : h'w C. I.. l P.M.:
grow and sell I hero : with Ie'k.
Commissioner Horace D. : of and in which he served. (' ( one arm or one leg 1110 L. \\'. 1 KirkliU-r . I i
May, AS n government would adopt the present to him for the imp. of the government be Ill-Id, under t the new regulations I II 11, .t. I. Cuim
b district No. 5, is a candidate for reelection of the quartette of that club. plan of bundling the contracts. I . \ To\v .
WI''ItIIhelid at .3: per bushel. I make t this explanation for I limited i or special I service, I if t they nil'II.1 :
I It t
and has made formal announcement The numbers by the Ladies! :Musl- with my i-lTorts to list up thisc for I the reason t that I had stated are trained i i in Homo branch, useful to ,' imn-i-l, tlii. work '
,
or
of his candidacy. Mr. calc are in care of :Miss! Lois Peck anti who wished. to grow the beans with to those who listed with me that there the in conducting the 'IIJ'dllj the ceiiitit among sever- .
war.
May is Berving his first term as a promise to equal those of the past. the idea that 1 must otTer the gove-n-: was fl probability i of n liighcr price I a'- Registrants government" i ordered. I into I militaryservice i t nl I ,'nnlnitt.l '" mill.1 t tht'"'' clulitl.l
," member of the board and is generally Alias Doris Lnw. the club pianist will mont a definite contract for a virHin ing"" paid for the beans. t the Local Hoard in tllIlI1).t'IIny *appointed in f..I'4.! .
by
conceded to have made a very capable direct the instrumental music of the acreage, andof course must have For the reason that our eminent pint of its! quotii. under A call I I for Gram.; i ;I'\'ilJ I\' I I'rucll. Foragti
1.
commissioner. program. them sub-contracted before I ('nll'I'e,1, is urgently in need nf Crops ':. lli-own. .
I.
the oil from induction will be silected in "
Mr. C. U. Sapp announces that he The admission! will lie. 15 nnd 25 i into the contract with the fov'rnnll'nt.i thesp I beans I hope' our farmers) will i the general order" of their liability within theirclass N. i K.; Kobe: its.Sugar i"i"W"I' ,
like the cents, of which portion will be used In the meantime "go 1 "" (Cuno, I rroiluots :Meat,
would to have the place on a i the Chief Signal ahead with the planting I of them. It shown i t the classification; I list. an,11"It
I board filled, for the past five years by in the tuning of the Hi"";h school piano Officer! of the Army who has the nmt- may bo that they will |>ro\o a profitable No registrant im in whose final I da.ilitl'I1tlnn :\ I Priuliu-tx. Polnloes anI, Nuts.-

S. T. Dow-ling, of Raiford. Mr. Snpp while the remainder will go for ter in charge, seems to have "n-cimo crop nt $3:i petlushe.'l.. There is pending before t the district, .r. W. Tn\\ri'>ii'nil, P. :1 Padgett. C. I D. .

-. is a well known citizen of Lawtey and the expenses of the club. The nlTair fearful that the necessary ncrengo I seems! t to I lo no reason in fact, why I board, \\illl.i I I ... culled I into service. Mi-n Giinn.Soils.. i
Ss secretary of the Lawtey Farm Loan promises to be the "bett yet" Plan to would not be secured without extraor they will, not Woods. and IVri.shaldu I Pro
pay we.vy at this price, who fidlow t those awaiting final I clji*- '
Association. attend. dinary effort nnd! adopted the plan of nnd,I then ducts-C. I I.. |V.-k. C. I :Minn
t there! will I I be the satisfaction i \ sitication? are liable for military service,' I. GIII
'. C. A. Roberts of Lnl: <" ttu.lur, announces + allotting the acreage to three concerns of Margaret I Hurleigh.
that
knowing u you hll\(' done I before those who classification\ has not'
NA;\11'CII: ; 1I1'f.I: ;%.cHTSnEI'OIrnU ::; n great I Canned I
his candidacy for the place on that were taking hold of the proposition ""1'\ ice for Vegetables anil"I Fruits- "
J' h'gnc'u&tt'st I the I I.ocnlHoard
your government; in I been completed. I However I '
1 : TO l.OCAI. I :MISH i :Margaret
the board R J. An- as !business' I Hiirleigli.I
now occupied by a matter. When I
trial it
ha'r titilliori/od .
I I i is not I t to I take registrants
gone
drews. :Mr. Roberts has had l the benefit l'oU'll"nWIUTY. heard indirectly that this wns the cafe through.Those. Turpentine I I'nushutts--.y. \\'. TowuMiiil -
To Any Police Officer: t ( except. upon t their "wllll..lknIi..n . I P. :M. .
the board I wrote I
of four year's service on at oner to the Chief Signal l'I.Ig'ltt. I
who wish to the "brims I fur. where their
grow ) military duty order
There is certified! the followIng
is the duties of hereby Officer to if I Manufacturer.I I'. : I Rivera
and not to could' I Luther
( n stranger see not secure inallotment under the new 'II -
list of the names and addresses ofplI'sons arrangement should I I number is so late that he is not Powill.Crop, t
the office. He is one of the county'sbi who have been duly notified of acreage;: but wns told I write to I U. I I.. I 11.miner, Jacksonville I, within t the ciirient. quota of (lie bonid. :
Stntlcties.K .
) ana is that the had
successful all
and
farmers a acreage been nil'n. I at
ias the time for ;
the planting i.s nor will t they delay\ beyimd I he did1
to file with the Local Hoard -
of niestionnaire U'n'roll' to 'uy! irogressive citizen
Sninn sound( judgment. Senator I-'Ietchor asking tll'lI\\inc \ | of I thoI'OlllltV
i
near. lie '
; set for, the liiM of the quota to inducted t
B T. I'. Wall announces his candidacyfor i required by the regulations that he take the matter up with 14 lltlltO,! (l\ /-"", fllltlr ul It U
ColjMOnm : E. S. :
: \TTlliWS. .t'rn\
: ,
commissioner from the Starke disftriet. promulgated l by the President, of the into mililarv service" the calling I.'onllll.I t ','.., nnd;I wll'y ;;
Although he has never held political United States under authority gruntedby I I for seivice" of any man within IMP cm- bus any |., ,"h1t that they rivi; I

F' position, :'Ill'Vall i is; an old nnd Act of Congress approved I ;May 1H, : U I'IfA L C.\IlIUI'H l I : Itic tIIi) till) cnrvn) :; rent quota.( worthy of I bring, pint of lie, exhibit U i'l
in P.rail-
Of I t the I I.Ulil: ; "registrants I I
1)17.! nail who have failed to file such asked I t to
of Starke. lie is confer with i I
; member
well known citizen KNA.MINTION:; HOIIIH of
'I| i.v: ( in usvssoci MIO.NI.nwtey I ford county the I Local Hoard" l onlvlacks .
I questionnaire.Under one I the !
i where known and will .
|popular .I
of Section of the I liiX men i in completing i t tinclassi. .nllit.'s
authority ( I ,
the that The United States Civil Service- '11 .u tin i ti I
make' a strong race for place hle genii )
[lie i is asking for. Act of :May IS, !1(17-!!( and, by Section: Commission! has announced im examination February, :U-:! fication.; I Hi-low we give I the names of "'earnestly} (t" uiiii Itt' the ,',> liibit" ; nt I wO.k; I ., '

Mr-: 1' :M. Padgett, one of Lake But- 130 of Selective Service Regulations: for the County of Bradford I. II' n. m.-Devotion) exercises -(Coo.; those classified since our" last issue: Stiili-! "Fair n i-redit In I flic ,county. 'I'h. ( i I*

gjr's most enterprising (citizens i.s a you are required' immediately to visit Florida, to be held at I Lake But I t'i', and S. I Henderson. I.ISS I.I I. I'xhiliil' 'must 1 lip rPiidy for' ubipment by *

[.'.candidate for member of the county in person or through! deputies each Stnrko, on March[ !n.) 1J 18, at 11 1 :::11I) u.in. Welcome IIdIJ"'IIIITn h(' so 11)1 ii',!I. I Oscar T. :Ncwsom'; Leroy l Kalrli, Fndiiy I'i'rail PY ::!. The time H
school board to !succeed J. E. Douglass, person whose name appears on this .. to fill the position of motor rural Hpspnns.-C. C. I Iolhs, i Krnest: I 15. Wells.I John I I II.: Selen, Jasp.rDell l ...h"'t, but i it nil I pull I I together tho ex- t'
f who will not l be a candidate for reelection list, to locate such persons> if possiblennd carrier at Lake Butler, Fin., and vacancies :Sthool: nttcndancu ( Compulsory I :Mnrlim :Mr. Padgett i is well qualified to bring them before this Local that may later occur on motor A. Draper. It'l hill, I Iti-adv{ Wut,.,-", I ).,.nni.II\ Pi-rry- -- .. -. I
give good .service in this position and Board If you nre unable to produce rural routes from post offices in the Tl'llC'hinA'ritlll11ntlI'I'ur.. L. W. William Phillips, :Mack Knight. Walter A SI1.\MP _
Swill prove a strong candidate. such persons within 5 days of the date! nlio\c-mcntioned! county. The salary Ihielholz. t I I.. I lIurA" ''''', I Kmaniii-l: I lloiirtlmi I Calvin I Buy II t.I stamp tin* prps.s nppenlfl, a
---. hereof, exclusive! of Sundays IIn nlll us free,
1 CO'oOFWEn1.00: ; ; : : SKIPS holidays you shall report to this Local $1 .1011)) per annum. The examination I'i'piiil, I. mon ..1..hn..II.moH WillianiH, (:nluvi'r A .st i tI help I I lie dyil" liii bee L

.. OFT" HKFOHK( TKIAL lionrd all information you may have 1 will be open only to male cit iz'nR who 1 How/ to Spend Our Summer I Dr. II. Clyntt. J"ihn :M. I Dukes, Wm. I It.I Strick iieniss the ,rolling R"I n I
obtained I concerning such delinquent! are actually domiciled in the territory W. 'ox. land I, Waller, Khoden: I"llerscln' Crnnt: A stamp ti> save most previous livesIIJ Iliny

,:Fallu ttho Fleeced Lawtey t Man Had registrants. I supplied with mail by a post! office in lliiMHOSH Session. Itnbeil King, J.is.: I U. \\illiamsim I llugcne : / mal> """I..ito flee.
His I Bond list rented I in :Miami I Further information and| ,hi'rcri1ttinflconcerning the county and who meet the other retiirements I Dinner on the (grounds., Moth teachers Finloy Ii.!en.. Y. I lug nut fl, Thiw.L. A .. I In MIIVP I In1 worl.l'from woe '

: Court these persons i i. :"'R1hhlein (] set forth in Forms :2121: and patrons urged! t to nttind.i I DeSue', Cyrus II. Sistrunk, .liihn P. iiml! CIIIIIHK m *' ceaso. to l lie'.
the records: of this Local Don 1'01. and 1 17.! ; Form :Iil21 may be. lInen i I i.. iti.AcKmmN.Suppose ( :Molt Frnnk A. .1. I'oylo, Jim I'.rwin:

t .. Miami. Fob 10.-L. W- Wallace; Order :No. :Name Address posted nt any post oilier1 in the county .- .-- --- OHCIIILee." I Win. I II.I Morgan, :Malachiiniincniiiin. I I 11111 to help to I sieve, the hlnl)-
( charged with conspiracy! in connection 7 Raleigh Sheppoid I, StnrKe, Ha. for which the examination i i is held I, and :-:1/1'1'0-1': I/I : i: / ," 11 weak
,' with the loss by Sidney. Johnson! !9 Nathan ("III'Starke, l Fla. Form P.I77 application blanks mav ( 'I.ISH 3. 1'1 I li! >/igi ', French nnd.I Hoi bin n

7a winter' tourist from Lebnnnon, Pa., Hi Isom Ilutler, Brookcr, I Fla; he' obtained from the ollices at which every church in t the J beniltiful I- Aleck UUC It'1'1"II. maids then d.lr.ot oven speak.,
)-vt $15,000 a few weeks ago in a "wire 41 Sellers Washington Lnke I.utler. the vacancy exists nnd when-" the examination little city of Stnrke were destroyed ( I.ISH I. Where I bi-iilnl" I rulliuns nt I lid I' wi n

tapping" game: was not present in 4\:) George; Williams. Raifonl. Ma.. i.s to be held or from, the nnd I n (decree passed t that t they \\'ii'ii.i.n \1. Overstreef, frover[ C. fiendish. vengenciwreak" .
county criminal court yesterday afternoon 81 Henry Grndy :Mitchellirmidin.(; . United States!' Civil Service CommisK- should never IIP replaced 1 again.Suppose Woolen, r'I.nidi. IJenfroe, I Drew Addr, I flY I .slump I that Tllk and. I Hun I mayyet
Lake )Ilutler Ila.il
'\ when his case was called, and 121): Henry Itailey ison nt Washington, 1) C. The appointee every gospel minister were son, Andrew .1. Ciawfoid, Lee :\llIrrh. our mercy Hi-uk.
'.* as a result, his bond of $2,500:;() put :! I Allen Thnddues Carter lirookcr.17Ci to this position will be re- forced to leave town and' nunn nf ...., .1 tilt' .birdim. I llarmi>n I'. Krannen.!
up by the United States Fidelity & Grover Ashley] lake Butler,. ((niri-d to furnish, maintain nnd operate (;'.Ii'ie prophets ever permitted. to take Tbos. J.J I Howling m I Henry I .1. demons, Buy a stamp. tn free tho K'UI from .
Guaranty Co of Baltimore was declared 1 ISO! Joe Rouse StarkI', Fla. a modern motor vehicle with a their places.Suilpose h'.I'.lh.' .. pirate
Joseph" I II.I tin-en. 1'n'lI'h: W. I Dyal I. Vnseoe Iln.-
I IIi .. forfeited by Judge James T. "((57 Valdosta] Texas Ailnms, St.irko.tt2 carrying capacity of not less than KOil all the :Methodist! Stewnrds, :M" it r.bellWin.) C. I Powell I, James n.! Hold'. up the hands' fr who fight

'(*,\' Sanders. : : :! Isaac Robinson Lavvtoy, Fla.' pounds and a cubic capacity of not less! 1111 t the Baptist I Deacons, and nil tho Williams. I.i'1.' ; Courson, ,|HH. H.Mercei our Holtlicr boyx our souisl
', the :t:3:Charles\ )f. Crews. Hai ford, t In.JilO than On those who wish to crush t the world
kindly feet.
//1> Walters hail! served as SO Applicants must fill'with j Pu-sbyterian Klders: were driven from : i , I KveirM: I I) 'ireen, .lti roes I lln- I
':V'1: showed Johnson the : Alonzo Drew :Noble'; ] Worth ton. their | anti the Turks and I Hunt I ).
, "guide" who way applications ft statement of ,jl town never allowed ti> return. 1 ,ier, ( 'l.-''- :?McNenl Daniel I II. Crawford .aVIIIt
"' from Royal Palm] park] to the apart :!7'.t! Luther Bailey, Lnke Butler Fin. the equipment! they will be able to provide Suppose the olllcers nml l prominent' :M.illory: I I Thomas, I Leon W.
\ '1', ments on Avenue G and Fourteenth : ISO) Clifford Clifton Taylor, Lake II. in the event of appointment. members of the KplHt-opal: I inunh tend, i I Hodges, Louis C. Taylor, Jim i Dval, lIlly n stamp and, d"' your )bit and help"
:x trect wher the "Consolidated 500 Willie Anderson Brooker. Fla.] plications! chould bo forwarded to the nf the Christian church were run out Stephen AloIin .\. Hiel- thlllwI'r\ to swill

1Clun Exchange" has its headquarters. ;5153;: Henry Cooper Brooklyn, Fin.Fla. Commission Washington, I). C., at of town, nnd! not in.-rmitti'd' to cnmobuek. I ling, I liiinilall I I llills"n.1\. I Davis. I liert A. ShawArveed That (Jnclii Snm is (nrlo'il1s now to d'>
''tJ The estreatment Wnlters's bond 577 Richard James, Hampton the earliest practicable' date I its 1'rtinl' .lI.
I J, I Ulehnrd I I. I Lei",
:b i: was the last official act Miami's: first 591 Jesse :McMillan: Lake Uiitler.' Ha. S Suppose cvrry faithful] loyal, consecrated I sin Ii I terry.I.nn."n, Claudi I '.> Ja*. W.Joodge He{ fore no foe our country owlot l
: "wire tapping" case of the 1918! sea- 595 Jno. Hamilton White Lake H, IN: ('O-:>1'Y jrocK's) ; : COCKT) member of (i,,"\', church of ( William I I I L. .Ir.wn.". WesleyL. future history tell
:I' son. Following the usual custom, fi05; Andrew Jackson Brown, Stnrke.B26 nil denominations were banished! from I i n''I'WKV.. Tison Kitch JosephH How I our u people I I broke, I the power of

his name was called three times in :! Jim Sabett, Worthinjrton, Fla. \\'I'.lnI'R.IIIIrs.. : David Durban of Stnrke, und no follower of Christ ever I I. Jas. A. Net tIi's. Alfred I' Kaiser NVilliiim's hell.I .

court then three times from an out- (527 Scip Haynes. Stnrke ["In.2 I.nwtey, wall before County Judge 'lowed to live here again.Suppose :' fek., ". I Hay: Uufiis! Parnell. Wil -I. \1"0\11: )
aid window and the sureties were ';:\ William Stokes. Stark, Hn. Ge,). A. Onrdincr. to answer II charge there were no more religious der. \\'. I Johnny Currv, Percy Luke Huller, I Fin.I .
called upon to bring ;.iis body into !,:3 Wiley Remington \\'orthinlo.'ton.Ii of interrupting; and disturbing.. a .songs. rvi-r heanl in our( town ; no I Phillojis. ,111'111., (Fowler\ OsgoodIir I -- ..-- .---

I court or the honcl'oul,1 be cstrnted. 17 John Joseph Fox Chicago."" III. school.A more public prayers ever offered; n'I'' r <'ks, ) \\'rn. :Mitchell.lass. 1 I '",', f.nl I I tn see I Prof. Ili-cker, in
"I'm going back home tomorrow," .57;: Linzy Adams! firaham, I In.r,8l few days ago n son of :Mrs. )Durban more public Scripture, readings I nndm 1 < .",. hIlt ut u I', _htd"I u it rim rh and,i IlrillltpH.
was all Johnson hal to say. Robeit :McLain, Haiford, Fin. who is attending the Lawtey ..ver again a meeting hold for the : al o mi 11"11..1" t ". ff (
"I don't see how I ever did it," said 70)<> Wiley) Jones, flukes Fin. school" was asked by his tl'o'h"I'1i1"4: I.nrd's' glory. Ab. .r"hn. Willie (J. trinlr.w.... TniM1-, '. ,,m. r>'' '.ising.11.show for chil.mil -
Johnson the other day in referring to 710 Willie Williams, Raiford, Flu. I Doris Inw to bring some trroa"e from I If t the nbove conditions u existed I thr Hennie Fornyth, ':('rt A.. :;" ... \ri"wn I" 'up-i, ...t Uownnd'H'I
his loss. "I thought it was all right; 722:! James \V. Young, Raiford: Fla. home to put on his desk!' to stop the Ii 1I".t property in Oil r city would. not -- ------- I 'I .I'M' i Siituiil.-iv: night, Four reels

: and that the men were gentlemen. I, 7<;Ui\ Eugene lirown Starkc.: Fla. -tioaking.| as' it appeared impossible oil for ten cents on the dollar; our \\. o. w. ltt'I'Ii' "I I |It'i t tun u" Admi I '''. 1 I', :!,",..
They made it seem nil right. I just' I 798! John Riley Crews Lnke Butler for him to sit still and every move he bunks, stores, office", merchnnts, doctors aie

seemed to hnve to do as t they said. After 809 Henry Johnson Worthington. made. caused n noise sufficient to distract : lawyi-rs nnd evi-ry other linn of Friday night the annual) banqin t i.f
I returned from Lebnnnon with 825: : Willie Smith, Lnke Butler Fla.8a the other scholars from their legitimate\ business would leave" town Stark'1 Camp Woodmen of t the World REGISTRANTSCANYETENLIST

the monev I started for the hank withit :i.ency Ingrnm. Graham, Fill.I' studies. After making the request! of niiuickly ns they i-ould get away. was attended by fifty m'-mbi n of tin- ,
two or three times, feeling nfrnid 'l I:} Preston ;Marshall, Lake I'.utler. the boy several times and not havingit I Kn; the countv went would) be rem'nid nrd'-r. Several visitors from "t t hon

to'carry So much mor. -y around. Two 8flO Clarence Davis, Kaiford, Ila.8ii5 complied; with. the teacher reported ', and this lieauliful." progresnivi, lodges of the county were piesenl I I antii'njiyPI I
1' or three times I hesitated, than I went \: Arthur Hastings, Gralmm; FIn. the mutter to the principal, who onU'rd i-nltured? I t city of pro-perity i would he, the, hospitality of the local order. -
straight to the place, with it." 8S2:! Will F.vnn; Kniford, Fla. <-d .boy punished.' However the as utterly dfstro\fil as mi'-n-nt Sodom .

The Telegraph carried I the account 81' Loui, Crews Lawtey Ha. "ov', teacher; gave him another .chance and lomorrnn.; Previous to the banquet the following -
ot the arrest of Walter-, which occurred 8Mlevy; W. Green; Raiford, Ha.Wl '. still; asked. him to bring the grease the Surely no mnn In our mi'lst would! were installed :
at Pnlatkn, in the i i.ssu" of Jan '() Frank Lewis. Lake Uutler. I la.Mi5 following morning. :Next'; morningthe bn in favor of such conditions., Wocannot ('"f"'r., . [L. Silcox. 1' Any rogi-tiimt\ I who ,H not' nn ;dienenrmv

nary- 2th.; He secured $1,000 from : f'ul''i.Ioody; Starke, Ma.' boy appeared at school withoutthe believe we have II man who Advisor. W. A. Duhose.Hanker ) v.hn""nli'r 110..1', is MI low
!107 :Mack Drnden Douglassorthn.. lie i left would, want such that he will, not In- required to till thecurrent
a wall-known Lawtey citizen, Henry grense. was punished nnd to bring devastation A. L. Alvarez.
C. Sapp. before he ran afoul of the !'iirj: William Rodman. Worthmgtrm.t school immediately afterward. hut. sometimes men d) things\ without Clerk, Albert DuboHC.Sentry iiiotn| "1'nie ii to I, .1"1.1"II. by
j' ,law at Pnlatka and was arrested! hy t, 1.Tarnt.l .. A. Robinson, Lnwtcy I"la.f.J Several days later :Mrs. Durban np- reali'/ing the influence "f their actions I"'. Chnse. the Local I Uoiinl.I may''In- I u .Immediately -

the sheriff as he stepped from the ) John :'lit-Coy. Lake Butler, I-la. penre.l at the sChool and n ked! the N i church can exist without worshin- Escort: Dave Sifrox.ihyititian into the militaryrvici on
train, I IJO. '(70(; Willie Haynes. Starke, .'la. teacher if she still wanted the greasebrought persno; preacher cnn preiu-h' unless tho Tomlinson. his own reiiiet| by. waiving all!I claims
_ _ Mann. Lake Butler, Fin. .r 1. tit deferred" I i-ljWhiHcntlun i he is in
." ,- !KiO Thomas : and. getting a reply in the nr-oplu attend his ministry; no religious Managers, . . !. D.) I L':. Knight, .
:Noimnn; Dukes, )Ma. low/ either' Clas< twr>, three or flu r. IIoW-
DIPPING VATS 100) ( Huncel' affirmative brought forth a can of services cnn bo conducted! unless (;eo. A. ( Jnrdiner.Col ; .
BEING INSTALLED: 10 I 1& Lin-ey Ivey. Live Oak, I la. axle grease and proceeded to rub the a congregation n" ('mhlpq. The surest I D. K.: Knight acted installing ewer, if heis' in class four he racist
: t 1015; Henry [Dougln! *, Sopp, Ha. young lady's face with it. WilY to destroy the church'-s is for nil officer. O I accompany his waiver with I waiver

10.-.1; Lacv (Ga-km )DuH'.se) Dukes. A warrant was sworn out by the (hi. people to stay away from the pub.lie - --*---- from those persons in behalf of whom
Bradford county i III steadily forging, 1057; Fli-ha (;ritli'. l.awtiy. Fin. superintendent of public instructionfor meeting; the bent way to drive \\II.L rsK: iI.tN: (- ri.orit! 1 Iuwas placed! in ('Ias. four. No
ahead In its campaign for the eradication 1088 Georgn nucI.hn! ;' '' !t"n. :.tnrke, Fla. :Mrs. Durban who appeared Wed th.- ministers out of town is' to give 1 I waiver from children or persons non
of the cattle tick under the super W. .1. EI'I'I'Rll'm"er : ]: ;():-: nesday.! She entered a pla of guilty them no congregation to preach. to, rnmpos mentis will be. recognized by
rision of Dr. Harrison, the federal :\ -f,t L....:,il Hon'nl.Feb. \ . and was fined! ii": ; anti co-its. In pasg-' and the surest way to kill town J. 0. Turner proprietor of tho I,1 the Local lionrd Upon reciept of J
agent. During the past week three J.J. IH8.! ing sentence the judg warned Mrs. i is to have nothing to do) with your Coil; and Model! Bakery, has placed an order for 1 nurh' application nnd waiver the Local I
vata have been built and put In operation .- _- Durban that if she ever appeared bo- IIi,; church peanut flour to use in the making of I|! Hoard wi have, tim examined |>hy rsi- Ij.
making: five for Bradford during CODIt''oOIC.TfOIIWI: : : I ; fore him again charged with .creatinga T. I.. 7.. BAKU.Methodist bread. Undt-r the recent order of the i if cully a no he is to he quallihedfor
February. :Norman- Bros., of near :MltS. .I.V.RF2 disturbance in school, or aiding! or : I'astor. .d ('ontrolpr. other corals' beside 'j' mllitnry'''service he wi hn irnme- l
Lawtey :Messrs. J. :M. Crews and Jesse :Mr. Editor:-Please nil'.w me' "P""p abetting, the boy in such, a jail sen \hl' be used. A nurntti'r'f i| into service on /
Caaon, of Raiford l. as partners G. W. in your paper to corre.'t :in error in tence would be givrn her. ITI ( HAsTrlTsTof: KMessrs. I f, substitutes have been listed hut :Mr. any day d'/"irp.i, by him within seven
Wainwright of the Wateroak section last week' Telegraph. Th.tat"m'.rl. Turner has been unable; to secure, any d.ivs from the dlt' of his application

Ire the latest to join the evergrowinglist made by :Messrs. Silas! Kite, and ;M.\ : I : I'rit-e and Denmark, of the of them, the jobbers notifying him I, lie may enli- t in the marine corpsthese
of progressive farmers. Dr. liar- Cameron that Joe Lcocafi was 'tv-\ O"flCEItST KK-IXSTATEI: : Melrose SPttlemPnt were in the city that it woul be two weeks before they or the na" v if he sti desires, provided

f. risen stated that a dipping vat is now tamed in my house, that D W. Alvarez Friday to purchase' stock for their could the fakeries. At present I three brathe< nre then open for onillistmerts. -
I being built on the St. Johns! river in had him handcuffed, that his people \ A vote on that question of re-instat- farms from J. S\'. Andrews A Son. hn is using: meal and Irish potatoes I Any medical, student. hosripital -
I J Baker county. did not know where he was, or ing Night Officer Hans Austin was his bread making. At present .: inte'mni', dentist. dental student,
11 that anyone wanted the negro, or that I reached. At an adjourned session of the I M.\
I detained Cameron from enti rmg my I council held Tuesday night.; All mem- MONDVV EVENING: : = mndo is nutritious has the weight: enlist In th.enlisted reserve coiTH
i In the article In last week's paper ,br of the council were present and hut does not rise it does when only'l0ur '
is false. The whole story frmbeginning ns of the medical department. Any rag-
he name of E. C, Scott was ovprlook- house! those for the re-lnstatf-m of Austin The local lodge F. & .\. :M. !
J Jf to end h on.olut..lr fnlille. I met in Its is used. In buyinl the peanutfour isttrnnt nt any time, regardless of
A in the settins; up of the list .of :\tRS D.V., AL\-\REZ. .I were S. A. Bryan E. S. :Matthews J. regular meeting :Monday evening Bp- ( from I firm, the I rlns..ificntion" or 01,11 number, may he *
Ambers of the local order of Odd W Whit Thoin vo-ing against his sides the regular I usiness'' of the meeting stated that the bakeries in ,'onmi-n".1, in the army, .\\' or ilI

lillowi who are now in the service orlir bu-me--, "i.itr n-. ."fii'iw: t- were, 0. J. Griffin, D i "'v"r,1; nan'I, late, tonk th,' npI th:it city hail (x en lining it for -''\ t'rii I mn, II l''i.I |p'. "r .itt. tilled; an arm /I
in n. C Jones was a I ;
('ountry.r.: [ Scott enlisted Wedneaday.! J',c.' '. I prentice legro of :Matonry- *iikind -he bread has- a flu- fl.r. "r /,1,1 '
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TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORID.e .\. ,
BRADFORD COUNTY
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------- ------,I--- and np1'itite is splendid. :\ly Free Flower Seed
ers my I'
sides of the Moselle: river ments. hal
I never
like
i Except for bf\'<-:rnJ attempted raids Mr: Llayd! -George asserted that President meals agree!: with //lr me, and I'm just as Hastings' CatalogueTelis
i sick day in my
of the recentcpeeches
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'i 1 by.the Germans und Austrians on the Wilson's\ estimate attribute
.IC of f the War ] northern Italian front, thei\ >g gunson ) of Count von Herding the strong as 1 ever health was entirely and to Tun- You About It

: Week's Summary both sides arc doing all of the imperial German chancellor, und Count all "my good .
f > work. ('..."rnin. the Austrian-Hungarian: foreign lac. in Starke by No matter whether you farm
Genuine Tanlac is old scale only ,'
or plant
lie largo vie."
correct
-JJ Much pleasure is being evinced in minister, was u one. ,
in
,- both Austria and Germany over the added that the British government C 1', Cllson, and try llno druggist or towers in a small way. ;JP,,! i I Il1a

Friday been no marked chance in the i Mtuuti "success of the central powers in effecting -, had not receded one iota. from its an- every towlI.-Allv, -t1ngR' I91S! Seed Catalogue 'Ir..udy
..n. American ifun-i und riflemen : now and we have a cop' ,
with the Ukraine nounced war aims.
Operations( on the western frontcontinue have chrrke'i' momentarily" ut least,, rnda.a .separate peace I The military activity on the western Drives Out Malaria, UulJas( Up System you absolutely tree If you write r ,i r .'
to be marked by heavy urtillory 1 the activities of German snipers along volume. tonic, mentioning the name of this pip,' -
in Mrrnifthenlnil
increasing !
.. conjunction withapposing Peace with the Ukrainians having front is daily The Old StnmUTilniT
:,:) exchungPH in th American sector in France 1'ASIllWii chill TONIC.Unve.oul la addition to showing you ubo" ,' ''J i
the ? been settled, the central powers now The patrol encounters are being car- ( C.KOV1. ....
attacks .
raiding on also its harrasMntf 1II.latlR.enrlch" llH-bloo.1" nilt"illd.iipthe the varieties of vegetableKress '*.
trenches. Turin reports aetiM- cun- The artillery continues are bent upon a cessation of hostihi- ried out by larger parties, than has tern A true tome Hot Julti und tOt and flower i l'
German clover
of soeiK.
bombardment winter ,
time limit of been the the hard
rtirmdes the A i neInti Verdun ties with ICumania. The case since "

,.; fronts, and cm!in Alsace, and half dozr-n lines patrols, making HO dangerous the work that of American German the ultimutium sent by them to the set In and more. zest is being added to ++++++++++.+ .+++++++++++++ catalogue live splendid tells varieties how you ot easily can 1,pr i "'t.,i \"
little kingdom demanding that pence the fighting.The
forays of the Germans were rrpulsedAccording putroln have )been enabled to work negotiations be begun has expired but British near Kpehy and La Tla!.- i jet beautiful flowers, with vhl I h n>>
Germans
Merlin the -
to cap unchallenged, in No :Man'.s Lund. COMPARISON beautify your home surrounding
it not known whether Rumania I see have conducted further incursions
plunders is
tured prisoners, in a raid in The latish and J French huve repulsed in the latter j Good Deeds( ot almost every f' I
declined totreat
favorable reply into the enemy positions
Ar- gave a or t"e
in
und in forefield engagements both
several INVITE comparison and
,
raiding parties at casualtieson lire scarce this season, yn\i> 'I'
with the It Is known, region, inflicting: numerous
toiH IInln French attack in the Chum; enemy. I : ,.
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region. points while artillery bombardmentsure however that the Rumanian cabinet their anta onists. Likewise, northof ::: as to price and quality, of our afford to take chances In your 'dsupply. I
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pngnp activity in progress en the Arrus-Cum- has resigned. the Ailettc river and in the Woevre choice line ofGROCERIES Hastings' Seeds are dej :
Home reports slight: artillery brai! front, northeast of Verdun and sector the French have made success- i able seeds, the kind you can alv ,1'-<
all the Italian front, but that TuesdayOn i
on
weather ruvails having "good luck" wit',
in the VoBfjcs. Had i> ful attacks which resulted in the cap- depend on
f r hostile aircraft Wednesday morning on most of the Italian front and there the various battle fronts, except three hundred prisoners. You are going to garden or f.," ,
renewed their bombardment of Italian has been n<> activity here recently that that in northern Italy operationsby ture. of nearly ::: You need them---must have !! this spring. Why not Insure sin.

f 1.! towns. The number of enemy mar by I the artillery.The small patrols and artillery duels Between Americans nnd the Germans :t them. +\ 11'0 far as possible by starting witi: "
r hints brought down by the entente situation in Austria which resulted are in progress! On the Italian front ofartillery good and i right need? Don't take chances t "
constant exchange our
there is a After comparing :
front from
airmen the Italian t |
.: on in the resignation of the vonSoydier enemy forces have heavily bombarded I i you do not have to In seeds. .
; January :SM! to February (;, was fifty cabinet is not clear A diI ;;- Italian positions and delivered attacks fire and the Americans con :;: prices with others, ;you will I I Write today, for Hastings' "',
BIX. with in the Firnxela tinue to carry out patrolling maneuvers K1"Ohy we have no fear.MIKE'S ;ti free and will both
s retch received in Switzerland says infantry trenches. The ,:t| Catalogue. It's '
the
A story of disaster ut sea, affecting I KmpiTor: (hurles refused, to accept valley region, and on the new Italian I Germans toward evidently enemy anxious to i FRUIT STORE I I I terest and help you to succeed ir 1': ,
s, the hearts and l hopes of Americans, the resignation' positions: on :Monte Val helm, (01 i the are occupied theAmericans -H. G. HASTINGS CO., Seedsnu .'.

,, (Although-xpect it they ever have since been the first schooled contingent : to Sunday Del I osso and MO.SUSSO Kosso. In all gauge and positions also to ascertain by the +++++++*++++++++++++++++++. Atlanta Ca.-Atlvt.
of the attacks the enemy was repulsed -
of their fighting: men left an At- While it Wilt only a routine item in by the Italian batteries.! number of men they are employing, --
lantic port, fortunately has dwindled the German official statement Sat r- Almost simultaneously the announcement for daily their aircraft are hoveringover
in the telling. One hundred urid one day, the few word in which the headquarters by the liolsheviki government : I the lines taking photographs and

Jives w'rlo t in the torpedoing ol / stair announced n major operation that Russia is out of the war making observations.
r k the lintihh troop ship TuHcnnm, oil in Lorraine held American interests that demobilization Although the increase in the activities
i and a general t
4. the 1 ih coast at dusk Tuesday evening to a far grouter( degree( thun :tlong!: the entire Russian front is t"> be along the entire front in France 1
A uccordling to the latest report the other wur hews of the d.iy. Theytarried ,arned out thus permitting the Teutonic I and Belgium is noticeable, there is no ,
She carried 2,397: souls, including 2- thn news of a raid upon the sillies to withdraw nil their i indication l as jet when the Germanswill

,., 170 United States army foresters, engineer American lines, and the capture of forces for lisp on other battle begin their much heralded general
s ?, supply train men, militarypolice American soldiers, by, n German roconnotcrinj President Wilson has restated Cronts.1 l offensive A German captured by the

I! 6 and aero units, and thf first ; party"Northeast joint session of congres) the fact that i British bays that ut least one big attack Does Your Farm in i Florida Pay 1
r kI meager: drttilsVednesday' night in- :- of Toul," !said the recent the United States is in the war to stay' is due to begin!: some time in
ll licutc-il thut the death list due to thrtteamers" statement authorised by the American !- until those which the March :Meanwhile large concentrations 1ICHT location U everytHiiur' Not fur wy nay be the riphtr
principles>> people .. .... .
< work will bang the re.uI. you U
arriving where
Kinking might be 1 npproximutely censor us to the location, of the of fresh troops are daily place "your
regard us fundamental to a permanent x worth while to inveatigate the many lara..1I<1II of geodfuialand
I.OOO, A laterntimnte that sector now being held by men of the are obtained behind the German line near proKie..iv.commumtice along
night however, gave :Ml us the number United States army. And it was peace On the Italian front the Austrians
A of Although!: no formal treaty has yeti I have endeavored to test the The Florida East Coast Railway :
s men missing Thursday morning near n town northwest of Toul that been, signed between the Russians again
the figure! wa reduced to lilD and the (i<'rman the central the I'oUheviki ..p_
government theModol Land Co
t this in turn \vai lowered to 101 ('//1 "some American prisoners.! The has powers ordered n cessation of Communi plateau sector The German who. IhroUt.il. .Co ubiidiaiy.compmie. Chuluota Co..nd*- Oke chubee Co.-own.
1 + through information obtained l Iy> it towns m Xivray and< Americans: are hostilities the Russians against war office u-serts that he Austrians andhac one foraale.uilabl; areaa for both farming and truck BTt. 1tee.
: ] Turkey
Germany Austria-Hungary, .
I Ireland confirmed I by the American Bilge, of the famous St. Mhit-1 salient, and the withdrawal of I attack here but he Italian official communication plomptly aniweied.J.
and Bulgaria, VicePreiideotJAS.
I E. INCRAHAM,
AI embassy, in London. The rescued: in Trench Lorraine/ : southeast of Ver- its troops from the trenches and! fortified asserts that the Austrian D INCRAHAM. Sal.. A,,nt
therefore, number "J.-OC.: I dun. positions from the Baltic seato columns: were torn to pieces by the FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY
\, The TuHc-anin, n liner of 1 t.I':: 1 ) trrrxis This rul they tried tn get Room 1U2 <-'" Buildinc Sk Au.\ ..... Florid
tons, was one of a strongly: guarded, one of several conducted by the vari"lIs been foreseen that such an outcome in the. SDUthun' i .slnpi"- of :Monte Sasso .

convoy and proceeding eastward off belligerents/: on the western front, eventually would follow upon the revolutionary JtOM,U,
the north const of I l'l'lnnd.hen <|Ii.- the most important of which apparently movement in Rusia, where
aster overlook her. The shore line' also wits carried in Lorraine. for nearly a civil strife and
wua \'jHi.Ifrom\ the starboard side) bat by the I'Yemh, in the vicinity of weariness generally year proved most wlLr-1 FRIENDS DIDN'TKNOW

through the dusk of on-coming 1 niirht/ Dmncourt. The french penetrated aGerman tent factors in weakening the ,

and it was from this direction that ( : position here, dl'llr"eI out he front Long ago!: the enemy (, I
the lurking German submarine lIiHdUIrJ"tI trenches and brought buck thirty gun the withdrawal of troops from I HIM SAYS McCALL PATTERNS

a torpedo that found its mark JlI'i.nn.'r"| and u machine, nun.hilc :' this front, und virtually only u hand
in the boiler, room of the "Monnicr. \\' these military activities were ful of them have been faced by Ruhians -- I
Apparently retribution ut once befell In progress 'in the west the central there t

,f the, inciny underwater) boat. According |pOl'I'1" '" busying: themselves' with Pome having been effected both, l Iy E. D. ROUSE"I February Issue ARE NOW

''i to the testimony of an American their manifold j.i-ace. negotiations the Russians and, Ukrainians with thi.
''r{ titlieer. 11 UrtUh destroyer rnceil with the various K'Ups of more or Teutonic/ allies, the situation< of Rumania ON SALE
; toward, the evident location of the ut- less importance on the eastern front becomes most critical one Lntircly -
'.j j tad
P.1 resulted In the (expressive. phrase of peace agreement) with the Ukraine Rumanians apparently are faced with Tanlac. and Look So Well foraFEBRUARY
\ the submarine hunter, in the enemy signed) ] at li o'clock Saturday morning.. the absolute necessity of t-tlc-cting) n I af _. r
f being' "done in" This announcement, marking: the I separate or being overrun by superior People Hardly Recognized '
peace
I boats assisted i < the dewtroynrs first oomludoil of the McCALL 1
''j Many patrol peeve by any enemv armies Nothing has ns Me. He Says. (
the work of and the belligerents be ? -f I
in rescue may turn out to one yet come through!: to show whether r FASHION
!!survivors were landed at various Irish of special importanceIt had been another Rumanian cabinet, to take the \ SHEET
and Scouh port, where prompt medical i iI ii i- largely discounted, however, by the place of the one which resigned, last "1\ e got!: all the malaria out of my

I attention was given the injure,! apparent anxiety manifested by thereprcwntativcH week has been, formed, or whetherany system now and havcnt had n chill ti I// o r, better )et,
" 1 I and the others, were made comloitable. of the Ukraine rad.iut reply has been made to the ultimatum 1 since the very' first bottle of Tanlac i- l 1, r buy aL.t4
1 Itrest-Litovski to sign a peace of of the central powers that I took." asserted Eugene I). Rouse, -

, j II i !Saturday some Kent with Germany and her 111-1! peace negotiations should immediately/ who lives at :Monte Santo, Augusta, II :McCALL

I The Ciermans have again raided. the lies und also to the uncertainty as be started.As Ga.! and (look so much better than I rh i- QUARTERLY

if'! American lines in Lorraine and 1 UilerpriHoners. the reality of the peace which has I had, been anticipated the termsof nixde I id that my friends hnrdly rccog- p J

, been achieved oil paper pence between, the Ukraine and the me. / (Price 25 cents including
,\ first announcement of the rail 1 Iloulit! exists as t tn. the extent cl central powers contain the mu'h-de- "I wus just tilled with malaria and a free

_ from Berlin in tod.iy'w, olllcial the territory "cumprising, t:' thi- ."-ut I-! ailed, clause providing for the immediate would i hlltill' hardest chills anybody i I Rood for
4 I oil l territory vvhirh it purports to lepusent into relations ever had. I got: so bad I had to give coupon
statement of the iermnn; headquarters entering economic
!Iii' ''I t stair. It reported, the taking uf l That control is disputed by between the contracting parties" by up' and for a month I couldn't do a 1 IS cents towards

(.. "some* American prisoners". north ol.Xivrny. the UoNheviki, who broke with the which Austria and Germany may obtain lick of work; in fact I was so weak r the purchase of
" J, iiiilu it-pri'Hi-ntutiex I at I Ilit-st-I.itovhk: much-d 'siJ'rd foodstuffs I ouldn't drive 111hll'se., I had such any McCall Pat-
anil I ,I Ukriiinean feveis I would I become deI Irious.
high
nppointc'il tlelegatesof u
1 kI
f Thin i point i the line if lilonjr thedouthoin tern and
I on cdnesd.iy ), revel in
their \\hen ( found the first I ached all back hurtme
own and
they over my I _
edge I of the :St: ;Mihic-l sn} ant I
| : set of (IkiaineaiiK' whom they ohjecteito King George) and David Lloydieorge all the time. I got very thin and i I avid I display 1 of
about Jt) miles east of Htlihi.,1.: ,
: Th aiinoiiticenient liars detinitilj us "liourtrecm," secretly'negotiat) ( : the liritish prime minister, in hud so poor an appetite' I could hardly I charming l: designs) :
0 the location of the ing! with the rentrul poweis UoUheviki addresses to the Hritish pailuimcnt <'at u thing, and, what I did! eat didn't ails 6178 8111.81t0
for the first time
,; nail l Ukrainuan troops tine fnirairinir ) the former I before a joint se;:ion of the do rime amy I"d I have taken several ,
., sector held by: the \lIwrl"IIIIH. the I rich other for the tmiflrry of the house of lords aud; the house of commons buttlis!. t I uf. T.inlu' and am a well man I
The I statement! previously' by have declared that in the I
"Hi this coniiprlim territory, which includes some of the -- again today. THE McCALL COMPANYNew
i, Aitic-iic-an censor in oatiih.lihhed gust Bruin-growing province! of recent utterances of the spoKi, -ii".'n of j 1 'sly I; --I lim! II.I-, i Inn, 1 so cleared ofni.il.nii I
the AII1..ri"lIn.1''
that -
i ii ir was 1 Hussia the Teutonic allies there um I I", 'mind ache York San Francisco
tif Toul. (From this ,und each is iliuminiuicess : I h i\ '!J"a pain or an Atlanta
I I ) nor t hens t the m the operations.Cermnny no 1 luisis; for a l peace whnh. Lull, \ fulfill '| run., \111< I'" "1(1( it i 1' a ;and I feel good Chicago Boston Toronto '
r their pimitliiii someuheiealonir in: Lorraine ( and Austria are, tartly :adnutted thu demands cif the damn, i ."itu. ir' \ein, i I .'M I thi tiim I I't' had,. no more fev-
t r / line of the Htllhit'l: salientn. t
to nave sei/.ed the
southeast uf Verdun, was i\s- upon opportunity ,
:
rlf I to I sign: a pi-ace with the I'kraineans ,S
Buincdeinuin .

i nir( t the Spanish/ coast, and have their way ronuncrriilly into

.; mink the Spanish steamer Subanti.ir the thus jjrojit KMin-irroHintr, of territory and N. T. RITCH, Pres W. T WEEKS, Vice-Pres, J, II. RITCH, Casiher >"
secure supplies fond for then
of ,l.fiOO)() tons bound 1 for New:- York "
;' and the Italian steamer Duca IIi (te-!: hungry populations, Their own people
of 7.tuns!!:! The latter xcsFl 1 seem to have built great hopes on
nova, '
',j is reported' to have* been' sunk the tho c-tTeitiveness Ukraine but of this pence thenlenders with' Bradford County Bank
inly it mile olf the 71tq! ) |1'TOIHrl. : apparently!
are none too t certain of the re-
r only a mile otT u Spanish beaih.:
hi-f. it Hill for
Spnin recently protested to Berlin give!: one thing becauseof .
the tiricertiiinty na to the security ESTABLISHED 1889
I' I over the sinking of one of her const-
of the rad.i's in the '
territory.
power
wIsh uteamerx, and Madrrid: ndvicef
t.. t today, foreciiKt another protest" !in the Thus liounmnm(they arc to reported forces trying with to> incite Bradford County's Financial Stronghold ,

: IIU\'II l IIi> ( ienova case over the inva' join
p Ukrnmeims! in an attempt to ,! '
th"l STARKE FLORIDA
t( sign of ISpanihb territorial waters.lormany's ,
the lioNhrviki mid! to be I holding,
(: latest!: pence nJ.'r"l'ml'lIt'hl.'ntly : ,,
to the Kmimnninnsi( the possibility
,'\ intended to open new food
'. I their taking portions of Russian ter-
supplies for her hungry hordes, is reported -
ritory as a reward, labeling the transaction -
t ) to have been signed ut Hrext-/
II us compensation for the loss EXPERIENCEWhen
rnd.i at '
latovsk with the Ukrainian .
of Dobrudja to the Bulgarians The
.
4 2 n. m., Saturday, according to semiofficial -
advices from Iterlin. This Ukrainians, it has been r"lorh'd.'rl'
t. \\', to get part of Russian t'olandfor

events peace, may important show. is or the otherwise first to, be nt signing a peace. )'ou hunt for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.

r. signed by any of the bc'llivrerents. Monday: You should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.
low far the Teuton plan may prove The military activityin the
s j, successful scents to depend upon the theatres of the war daily continue major to The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking

:J measure of control the rnda has over increase. From the North; sea all along business.
If the territory of the so-called! Ukrnin- the line in Uelgiuin) end France, and

"a7, -iun republic, which embraces rich on the northern Italian front from the We have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more important -

' Krain-iirowmn lands Such control i is region of Lake lianla eastward toward HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.
,. hotly disputed I : I by the Bolshevik!, who the |'m\e rivl'r. there have' been

recently ,"..own.llh.; radii delegates\ ) clashes between, opposing!: infantry, at Your money deposited in this bank not only works for you day and night but owing
as hour l'ols.I'n they were found I Miriouit points and htmihardmrnt.-, .
? treating secretly with the central powers extremely violent !proportions on nu- to our experience, it is SAFE.

4 and named di'leiriitos) of their ini'roiM ......t"r". Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping valuable
1 own The (iormanii and Au.tri.inslowever < Againmeruan troops hoMing) the your papers.

/ continued to treat with the line: in the region or St. ;Mihiel hate

radar representatives.. come into contact t with j the Germans, Condensed statement of the condition at close of business Dec. 31st
1917.
"4 Both Bolshevik! and rad.i have boon, sued suffered a fev\ a-IInltll' The-c ,

clainnnir military successes, ntr.nrteach men, operating botunn the lint,
'
k other in the UkraineAppar- were nmbuscaded, J 1\: a: supi'rn..r trct'' RESOURCES LIABILITIES
, t# catty the (:Jermanfeel none too sure if the enemy, I but fom-hf \.ili.intlj, '
that the rada will triumph unassisted, against great( odds\ until I tlu y werecither Loans< and Dix outs 145,92-496 Stock
Capital
paid in
"
the has killed or made pri-oni' < 25000.00
however, ns suggestion) come
LnitpJ States and Munn-ipal Bonds
from Jerman: sources that the Hnumnnians Immediately the patrol \\ .i-, itt.irk- I < 14,347.00 Surplus fundUndivided 10:500:00: :
would do well\ to Join the I'll I the guns of the "\nu.'j i i, ..HIin, the Claims and Other Resources 6,186.98|

army against!: he boKl,"viki. The trl'n.hl'lillJ: dawn a I l.ui.iu'i,. airunsth Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures 19,50000 profits, less expenses paid '1.680.40
out could : <* fiermnns Deposits
lloumniiinns, it urns pointed 390,841.93'
obtain! compensation for the loss of The German nrtilloryjynln: h u 1 i"- All other Real Estate owned 7,237.61 .'

D OK nnlj.i to the Ilulirarmn: ',y takingover gun nn intensive h"ml'loIlII.: if Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 337.68
r I'c'ssarnbiun: territory :nm the Itritish position in the m-nrhl, .i Ilu'ml i
w IUIOIII'lnll.' "'t. the Hinithol-t fortst' t n,>ith, if Cash on Hand and in Banks 223.81310
i Although the early ndvic-a recnrd-!: nnd southwest .of ('.imli.n.

I. ing. the sik-ninir, of the tiurrfei.'ent said wile violent duels are m piogrc" 1 between TOTAL $428,022.33 TOTAL $428,022.33
$ nothing about the terms it h.." h(>(ln'I' : the Germans and the French ,

I' previously reported that the likrain-' around] :NIeuport- in the ,
linn were KuashinI'olaml on the Verdun sector and, WE SOLICIT YOUR
BUSINESS
'J ON OUR
tor
ant Inducement MERITS. WE INVITE
I at then to ;es. The German olllcial l'hampa'nr.l INVESTIGATION.
. make peace. lon says there ha been ,

Un the fighting front there nai i tivity against the (! - - -
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iKt'.I FRIDAY. JANUARY 13. 191S. BKADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.: FLORIDA. P\iK TURF.R
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- -_ I for her leaving. her but fl.0.\ Finally i/.ens of the United SUitrs, whcomply . In'
li she soured a ride to th,' city t in with the reqiiiivniontApplication -

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.aw a pasning automobile, \\horo she made [l Soldier Letters blanks, I'.r1111 I I. . ,

her complaint. K. V. Atkinson\ took full information conceitmiiiii'emonts .:' 'I, "
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aw *'?'*"'<> w '* '** ii&st i up the matter went I bot'oiv> the commissioners ] of the \.111111'' ''I .

and asked! for #-0 to pay Soinowhoro on the Deep Rliio.Foli. be secured from" the 1'hll1, I .
/ State News I her faro back to Chicago which the 'J, 1D18.l the place of vacancy ei' t 1 'I

J commissioners grantedDr.. Atkinson I >oir: 1'ditL'I'-: : United' States Civil Smission ""I\ ', x

...............*.....,....miwmmmmmmltnilm*.'nunv&emmm*?'<4'ttfuaxmf** secured the bahinco of the money to 1 want to thank you again for your Washington, I P t'
her fare back to Chicago.NOKT1I Applications should l-e i iocuted I"" 'I,
Told by Our Exchanges.With pay spli'iulul paper. It always makes me ., 9
-- - -- fool and filed with thic i iat n'1
us if I've hoard from most all\ of
-- . ;; )D \I lorI I II( )\ 1 INVKNTSMV : 0 :: my friends.See Washington, I U. C at I ih. "

:' MOTOR FOU) l'. n.E SAM the Florida people have 1 beenhmmg practical l date.

the clearing of the site for tho \\a.s; found in the \iiult of his office in some cold weather this winter -----. ..-.
Pensacola Shipbuilding Company and the n'ourthnu., .., Engine tn Hun \\ it h o building in \Vost nnd'l' seen aome myself a '
;' the unloading of equipment the first Palm ]teach dead!, from the effects of l'n'sidenl1'ilson and I eraokor.Huno Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts II

step has been taken for the mammoth a bullet Hound inflicted/ by his own 1 ho... A. KdiMin Irtcrt'htcilin Wells canto aboard to ace me Like Dynamite On
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plant which will hand, Wondt'rl'ul Invention - - ---
mean to this city sometime during Thursday lust week, front the South Carolina ,

within the next twenty-two months nn I nightMr.: :Metcalf had been prominently lie's the first boy 1't fromStarko. I Your Liver. II VNKSTON:' : : HHOS.Rol'ori.i. : .
p expenditure for materials and payrollsof : connected with the development North Dakota has another inventorto I

$5,000,000 to $7,000,000. nnd affairs of South Florida for her credit in Henry l.ohse, of Park 1 wish to extend my thanks also to
I years. Ho had always been' strong many liver who has porfoctoil a fuelloss the local lied Cross for the ('hl'iKtIllIlK1'01' Calomel! loses you n day! You know i I I.1;; , Jau.I,,, \\t | | i.IMI .
a
Miami Eeaeh.-J. N. Lummus may- factor in improving educational facil motor which, under test, has developed package, it certainly was a deliirhful what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- Kontiii-kv,," .Mlg t'n ,

; roo was seriously injured when his' ities hereabouts and it is largely due three-fourths of a horse power i surprise, anti .contained very silver. Calomel U dangerous.. It I'adur.lh, Ixv.lienl .

automobile collided with a tree on : to his enterprise that Palm Reach! and only weighs twenty pounds. useful things for sailor.. cnisliou into sour bilo like dynamite, lollli'll

Lincoln road, near his home, although I county has such nil excellent school The Lohse motor ns it is called by Thanking you once more for tho cramping and sickening! you. Cnloml'lattn's A :Mr. Will Waehter of llns, i-oiinty

the full extent of his injuries could system, probably the best in the state. its inventor, takes the 'power with Telt'grnph' 1 am sincerely! \ the bones' and should never bo had! some hugs that wondown, with
v not be determined last night Mr. I which the motor id propelled I, directly a Telegraph fun, put into system. cholera and hud given up ill' liopo of

Lummus was thrown through the The report that Shellfish Commissioner I from the air. Thc motor is elc'tri11'111. C. ;M. Chnnoov, When you your fool bilious, sluggish", constipated saving. them and would not spend! ono '
windshield of the car in the accident, Williams i L on his to''| It can I be regulated in accuratelyas U. :S.: N .V. believe penny on thorn. I gave him. one (I.-ll.
; way and all knocked out and! -
motor now on the market, ns of H. A. \
'I'IIIII11aK'I"1l Powder
and was severely cut and bruised. Washington/: to oaainst :Mr. I any U. S. N. pail your\ .
I, Hoover's, decision protest the regards speed., power, etc., and requires .- .-- ...- you need a doso of dangerouanilomol and) he has: cum in and paid m,'
on Florida fish
I absolutely no gasoline, kerosene just rentemberthat your druggist for it and advises that of
Hon. Wm. M. Holloway, of Talla- laws is not with : every one
greeted CLASS
delight tho rOUJTII: = POSTMASTKIlK
hassee ,who( is known throughout/ the fishermen at Key West. Since; the hy decision steam of other fuel or power for :\ VMINATIONThe : : sells for CO cents a largo. bottle his hogs got well\ nnd thnt he hadkilled 1 I f

State by the many friends he made of the food commission", allowing its operation except that which is used of Podson's Liver Tone, which is. entirely 1 them and now has them in lii.cstnnko

during/ the eight years in which ho the fishermen to catch fish without for lubrication. vegetable! and plonnnt to take\ house and that they were art r
restraint \Viis Horn in North Dakota\ Unitoil States Civil! Service: fine he had! killed this
was state superintendent of public over a million pounds of fish mid is a perfect substitute for calomel.It as any : year.
instruction, is receiving many letters have been shipped und) Henry Lohse, the inventor of this Commission has unnnuneod nn examination U guaranteed to start your liver I I vv.int to add! that ho Raid his h"Il"W"I'I'
great quantities
and calls from urging him now motor, is strictly a Dakota boy, to 1 bo held at Sapp, Florida down und HO sick that he had t t'pruo .
are brought into inside and
A' to become a candidate persons for state audi The protest of Commissioner port every Williams day. having been born at Park I River, N. .'March; !9. I HIlit IK n m.. as a ro- without stirring. you up I their mouths open and his wife

loran the primary of June 4. to Food Commissioner Hoover is i D., which is his present home. cult of which it is expected to snake\ can not salivate.Don't poured the powder! down their throats.
viewed
He is ninc'tl'l'n,111'1< old and nit ho certification to till a contomplatod' eta take calomel! It makes you Please find chock in full for my account
ns being without rhyme or reason, has the build of mature of th-i-lnss\ sick the next day it loses n day's : i,
Governor Sidney J. Catts, while in and an effort will be made to a youngster, a cnnoy in the position foUl ; you and with kindest regards wo
Jacksonville, announced the appointment the commissioner's counteract man, being' six feet tall nail weighing postmaster, at Supp. Fla., and olhor work. nol>lol1's Liver Tone straightens ,' hog to remain..

of AI). McN'cill: of Jacksonville protest. about 170; pounds, is quiet and unassuming viu-aneios ns thoy may occur at that you right up and you feel 1 Yours very t truly

as states attorney for the Fourth That ho died from, "excessive dilitation but very pleasing in his npponrnnco oHii'i-, unless: it shall bo docnlod, in tboInterests live it to( the children (>(, rl.at'I' HANKSTON ImO t

judicial circuit over which Judge of the heart, caused by" a severe and manner. The only education of the service tn fill\ the vacancy I I it perfectly harmless n aid does I For Sale by J. W. White & Son,

George; Couper Gihbs presides. Mr. mental shock," is the verdict of tho :! that he has received! has born by reinstatement. Tho oonipomation Kripe. ((10 I ) tllrkl'. Fla. Fob. I X-15-U'.i.:!:!
McNeill being appointed to fill the coroner's which in his local high\ school and from of the postmaster at this
jury investigated the I
vacancy in this ollice caused by the death of :Mr. Levi! Knight, which occurred books. While attending high school oftico was $191!! :!, for the last fiscal

a; death last week of Frank L. Dancy. at his home a few miles from he Iwc'ame'l'ry much interested in year. l
Live Oak last : electricity anti physics' making physics Applicants must have reached their ESrAHLISMKD 188IS

lx A party of six or eight school boys of his Saturday.death The circumstances specialty.) He was graduated. in twenty-first\ birthday, on the date\ of & CO.
too horrible
are J. R. DAVIS
and girls of Live Oak had u narrow to contemplate 1'Jlli and since that time has been the examination! with the exception
or to publish in detail
working his motor and! studying I that in State: women declaredby .
} escape from a fatal accident last Sat- sullicient\ to say ho was n few hours on a nro INSURANCE
electricity and mechanics nt homo statute to be of full for nil
urday when the touring car in which before his death arrested for age
they were joy riding quit the highwaynear crime of a domestic nn nature unmentionable -- from what books he could gather to- Purposes at eighteen years, teonu'nI.ighttin firs Tornado, Accident: tufunrobllnIlnhllllyPiatnklals I , stoiin ttnlliir lIugl"" II in I ..

the residence of :Mr. G. A. Blue which "hocke.1im. get hc'r. years of ago\ on the dale ofthe
and attempted a British tank stunt in to dethrone so his but as not only Mr. Lohse stated, that he has been examination< will I be admitlod.Applicants STARKE FLORIDA
reason so completely
negoiating the terrain nt work for about five years on his : must reside within I the I i
adjacent regardless him that
of obstacles. of the unnerve said,in as the verdict new motor and that ns soon ns lie hud territory, .supplied by the past t ollloefor
jury
plain language
he it completed gave it a very thoro try- \\ 111.-11 the oxamination i I' nnnoniiiiil.
died of broken hart
Work on the Callahan electric light a I out by testing it various ways with ,I. r t

t,, plnnt is progressing nicely, the poles Tallahassee.-Perry Nisbet aged different, loadIt developed) three- Tin \.iniiniitioa' is open to all caIfi9 f ll SMfe ,

having been placed the past week. Tholong' 13: accidentally shot and killed Walter! fourths of n horso-powcr- - -- - ,
i5
IJnn TwoVo.'kH sPKt-l'HJ.B<
freely ;
looked for generator has been Joyner, aged 14, as they were piny- : ;
and i is in Jacksonville nndi At one time IIP run nn c'lhlurllnoo'tc'Kt : =
shipped now ing soldier! in a trench, just south of
i due to roach Callahan any day. the! governor's ma nsian. The two and started the motor going t"j rt . .,
see how long it would run Aft' i T t ti
Work will bo with all had #
now pushed possible boys dug trench with
a
haste nnd, it is safe, to predict in it nnd a cUT\'el) two weeks limo had! elapsed,( , ho gn vv
n dugout. To make the ,
that the municipal light plant will bo more realistic, the Joyner boy play borrowed I this tired waiting and stopped, it. I''", .1111'Is 4 It Helps + JACKSONVILIEJLA.
in few weeks. time I the motor used ubi>Iul
running a his grandmother's fortyfourpistol. ) L
,, no furl, except" hat which it tool d! ,
Ho gave the huge weapon to There be doubtas I---4
The shocked with his II reedy from the nilTho, motor' \\ i can no ,
community was friend und retired" to the dugout. .
touched to the nuTit oil't irdiii,
I not excopt that the nutnin.ii' "I i I.
tho now < uf the death of the two Perry N'lsbet pulled the trigger twice, the wnnlut's tome, in
.
oil..r.hi"h lubricutos, the
\ui" 5 n
danghtoi-" ,, suffocation of Alr..1I I and, as it snapped both times the boys the' triMtincnt/ ol>( many OLDESTE.5TABLSIfEO
parts, was filled as it ncctlcd :itt'i' u>
Koon which occurred at their homo
thought tho
weapon WHS not loaded troublepeculiar to s
near" Fort White'e'al"' days ago.White Just he tried the tion.The 4
holo'a ', us third lime Walter little motor will perform ..11'opl'I'ntion '\ + women. 'I 1 he thousandsOf st UTff
and in
playing digging a cann around the curve, receiving the women whohivebecu
.
that bo eIIL. oJ I
: foot deep| ) the earth caved in on them bullet in the head, and with only the a motor rainy helped by Curdui: in the
and )before assistance could be rendered exclamation "Don't up on to 'perform, and does MI ,'null' l\I is i conclusive SEEP /10USFLOW '
I kill me, fell dN"I.11 without the use of fuel the posse i past 40 )cars, I 4
they suffocated. One child was proof thaI it i is a ;

Rotten out alive but died by the time .\ the result! of a clash between 11. being taken from HIP I nir. I good: medicine Inr women I r IN DA
tent to
they reached the house- Have lirandon) and I Douglas Rogers \\jisliiiivton who suites It should
I When "I. r. l.ohso applied, for )In-
in Jacksonville tho I help too
former lies nt you -
patent he received a request to conn- +
Henry T. Tutson alleged to be a Conant's undertaking establishmentwith
to Washington I I). C. Ife, wont' ,il I
in "
SEND
negro voo-doo doctor, was arrested in I a bullet thruogli the heart while TakeCARDUI FOR CATALOG AND

Jacksonville on a charge of medicalmalpriietno. ) the latter, suffering from n severe cut was most, royally treated by the ir"ornmont \ :I rl.l ), WEEKLY PR/CE LIST
olTicinls.! Ho had l tho pluro < >
It is also stated in ullcpratmni on the loft frontal part of his head,
of spending 1'0n"iI.rlllolt.I 'iiin- -
tit'some who seem to know the tragedy happening at the ('orn< I
'I'j with Thi.mnH( A. Edison! who i h in *
him that ho administered three pills Franklin, and
of Tenth
streets
I
,
to ono, Li/ziu Watkins, a negress, two settling n I story of jealousy foreser. ; working, for the government, and nl-u, @ i iTbouaanda .
of considerable ithirovornmont
spending tune \\
801110 days fro: and, that authorities It is stated that Rogers( who I 5lfD
will try to tee if the I same caused, her has boon rooming at 1:1:(::! :Main Ktr..t.1 engineers.\ Soiiil.uv"f u r 'r. a9 W
War :Mr. Lohso IL.IVhtte l **
Maker took to < > **&
end., Tut.-on i is w< advanced\ in years and :Miss Iluby liliitdi: were, near the I
and the father of eighteen: children, it fatal place when Brandon approached. Ilouie, whore the yoiuif 'mvontor

is .aid. _- It is claimed, liy Rogers and I President, hud Wilson.n private President interviowitli", W'il-"n' ,' :+: The Woman'sI Tonic +
of the witnesses that Brandon
some (
Or. West New York avenue in Po- cultivated n fight nnd pushed the other congratulated: Lohsn cm hi' 'motor Mrs N. E. Varncr of

t: I.and today a pleasure\ party, en route and that it was only after, his overcoat work.praising him very highly for hi, I Hixson, Ifnn., writes

from \Daytona to Kustis, overturned and hoad hal, burn cut that Rogers : / I I "1 was passing throughthe
1: their Ford, car and, the entire party of drew a magazine/ pUtol. Government; Takes Hold! '' . My brick and
.
The have been I b-
five were badly shaken up. The driver, patents grant sides were terrible, and of arena of our Florida land

Mrs. Taylor of Springfield Ills, in The overturning of n big Jacksonville I the patent! office! and the govormin MI + my suffering indescribable. + will bn planted, to Cotton and other
has taken hold\ of the motor, ( ;iovoinmont
passing her fur to occupants on rear touring car three miles east of I cnn'l tell! just how Yield Crop thn coming _00. Proparmtloo ,,
I seat lost control of the machine, Live Oak, whore the highway ('roI< engineers arc at pront emi i istruoting and where I hurt, about of noli U most Important and

which turned completely around andover the S. A. L. Railway, put a Re"l n motor approximately '"".. ( all over I think . I trrrnrsrxtk should bnuln D ,
pinning the ladies underneath.Mrs. abrupt stop" to a bunch of joy riders, times ns large thnt will develop began: C.irdul, anti my r--- ell bow thin should D. done and RI,. '
a : is seriously if not fatally horse power, and is to bo completed pains grew less and less, .
McEIroy and was the immediate cause of tho .ugaa Uon for "pUntlnfnrtlltslnr. lcuhl.aUD6.
within two month until I cured. I am
injured. loss of several cases of hoozo which was etc Tree to KrO., r1I.
thin
It is their intention to try out | remarkably strong! for a -
were in the car. The car was a Jacksonville \VIT>M.V A KMFH 1.'tUTILJZKn CO, I
motor in for whn-h i (04 cf +
new nn aeroplane woman years aRC.
: :
S, John Rprunk, whose ice-water treat- "for hire" driven
und ..
car was it sooins most highly adapted, boouu-, 1 do all! my housework." Ma.outal'tll""ra I,1.,1tIU. _
ment of his children escaped the brand by n Jacksonville young man who win ) t JacknonTllIo. Florid
of its light w'iZht'onll the fact thatthen Cardui, today
of cruelty to children, although it did' accompanied, by n "woman of the \
; will be no fuel to( carry. I lLTry 7dJ:
i' held town' of "boozo" the ; II
not entirely escape censurewas Full ; nnd car The possibilities of such u motorcan aa'swkaw

for criminal court today in Tampa on loaded) with popular brands, the driver be readily seen. It will not only .

a more serious charge, of an assault was: hitting the high places, only and eventually adapt itself to, t tho "" 1"I I
with intent to Sprunk was arrested when he to make the turn .
rape. attempted - ---
but will t"
plane I bo thing
at 1 o'clock this morning. his nt the crossing without slowing down, u practical .
.1 nil lines of motor driven. miK'him t .
home on Lake avenue, beyond the city ) the car "turned, turtle," and woman, possibly l supplanting. steam oni'iii'of

limits, on a warrant sworn against man and home wore all mixed up to our modern railroads Dt-vils l.ul.-
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him by the mother of a 13yearoldgirl. : gether. Neither the driver or his lady JournnlA

friend were seriously! hurt; the car -
damaged very little but "worst of -
STAKKIWOMAN'S; KXI'KIC-
Wm. A. Hallowes, Jr., and! Miles W. all," gallon after gallon of the booxo 1K.NCK.: YOUR MONEY

Lewis, Jacksonville attorneys, today was lost on nccount of broken bottles.
argued before, the supreme court at

Tallahassee thc case of Claude Hicks Her love rejected by a young soldier Can you doubt the evidence of thus,
a Seaboard Air Line railroad watchman at ('amp Johnston, near Jacksonville,
who with a deputy sheriff, in attempting whom it is alleged she had,l followed) Starko woman ?

'I to arrest three alleged hoboes from Little Rock, Ark., :Miss :Minnie! You can verify Starke endorsement.,

shot and killed ono, was tried for Dowk-r, a young white woman, attempted Rend! this:

it, convicted on second degree murder to commit suicide by drinking Mrs. Lucy Hemingway, W. ,Callt DRAWS INTEREST

t { in the Utival county circuit court, nnd carbolic acid) at the entrance to the says "I Buffered from n lame nnd in h

i JS. sentencedHis attorneys brought\ the reservation. As the young woman on- tag back and could hardly get uroun
r t case to Tallahassee in an effort, to secure tired the gate she was on foot, and It hurt me to stoop and lift and I

F' ' a new trial for (licks.DaytonnWeakened I handed\ a note to Private .1. C. Casey, felt mislrableIy: kidneys didn't a, i iright
member of the headquarters guard,
and) caused lot of
mo a annoy;
by the injuries who wii* about to open it when he saw
: resulting in a fall\ in an airplane I her rae! a tiny vial to her lips. Quick nnco. Doan'a Kidney fills broughtrelief

which collapsed as the resultof ,, in a flash he struck it from her the I from the first and soon tinaches When it is in the savings

tampering by German agents,i!I contents spilling/ over the ground-l Hud and pains in my hack loft acctthe

Frederick\ K.: Sheppard l, Tlaytona's'first it not boon fur this nothing could have I other "V'lr'o'ns' disappeared."

. soldier victim, died in Toronto, I saved the would-be suicide's life. Still I 't loan's department of this bank.It

k Can., rl'centlIeath) came on the Mciiibei < of the headquarters')' guard Over three years later, :Mrs. Horningway ( .

!, eve of his departure for Florida, I commandeered' the nearest automobileand said: "I occasionally take

. 1 I where ho was to have spent his sick ru'.hoil the woman to the base hospital Doan's Kidney Tills as a preventive

leave. Shl"ppardas one of tight whore. it was found she hud been of kidney trouble and they keep m<' when
' ..a men who fell ns the result of having disfigured/ for life, her mouth and portions in good health." earns nothing
a machine control wires cut by German; of hr fin1'1 having 'been burned a
all dealers. Dor.'tsimply
Price 00; cents at \
agents, and was the only one to escape deeply .ry the, Ii!, n'lly\ ::1'III.'
-k for kidney remedy-vDunn's < in
,(v aliveHo was buried with, mili- n a carried around your
; Kidney Pill_tho same th"
tary honors in Toronto. The Tullahn--eo: " .-,,'irlv t ,commissioners Mrs. Hemingway; has twice' puhli'lvrecomituTid'd. 1

On Thursday morning of last week I had a most p', ,1,! air.' r.'e' before Fostor-Milburn: > ('r. pocket.)
> 'r. K V. Atkinson -
a workman on the farm of Mr. Lewis them at their I-bof- ". thorn bringing / I I' Props.! liuffalo' N. V. ("._>
who lives four miles south of appeared _
Barnes, with him rnnlt'ag.! .d 1 woman! - -- .- ----'n-_
n
Wellborn, on going into the yard of and proceeded to I-H:I tho f"'l"Win' For Indigestion; Constipation or

:Mr. Harnei, noticed a pool of blood at Swath witha IIlliousnCIIJ

the gate,Investigating which led off the towards cause, thestaple. ho story couple: The from woman Chi.'ui'l-'I-' uar: i with! Just try one 50-) <-fiit bottlu of LAX-FOS BANK OF STARKEState

M''ing' A Oitestiv.
housekeeping attachm.ut.h"/ WITH PEPSIN. Linuiil ': !
of blood and at the
followed, the trail ,
his n.itn an and.
another good of blood, the work. The man gir-o Laxative JI">l Miiant to tnkM.ulf
found
lot \gate Lawrence. Th. y mad, their On- public by Purii Medicine -
stables. Angus/ recommended tu'
which trail led into the I
from there a, he found Mr. Barnes way South leisurely when withinstruck I Co., manufacturers nf Lnxiitivn! tiromu County and City Depository
Going ,
if Miami the party'
lying on the ground or floor of one of five miles of 1 Quinine and Groves Tasteless chill TNIUO.To ,
where tti-v r'malne.
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the to I"ar-the stalls with windpipe hU throat having cut been from severed ear-I about the a camp woman week. alone The coup-hy !the- left.rond".de.: braying I Cure a O.ld In One flay I'' l E. S MATTHEWS, Pres. T. H. HALLIGAN, CasheirwW

by one of the strokes. \ against being Tie I.AXATIVP9aoxt0Q.latneIt.m: e. the
protested .
I The woman touch and HeM-litcb end work eft thtCoM.rmiiil
of left alone but they told her that '.t. r.lnn.t tn'nrv 1It Imii IQ ci"U
O. L. :Meti-alf superintendent public I would\ come alon-t and care \\. OliOVb :b titfujtur oa each Ui*. .-...
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I J : JANUARY: 13
FRIDAY, 1918.
FOUR BRADFORD COr.VTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA.

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' - I Na\y. Commander Williams, was off occasions. A bounteous dinner was i noon al"JutI o'clock by !singing a few Sinclair L. Peek and wife to J. II. on ThursdayFeb.! 21st, beginning! ,

i' J Bradford! County Telegraph, : thr. (" ,/C-t of Labrador when he wrote. '' !spread by those who attended and I songs of the best sllections.Ir.. Lov r..itch-Lot8, 5. 0, 7, 10, 11 blk 20 i| 10 o'clock, tit the J. new J. vat Blackwel.le on ('.,..mConuilissiofler ; .

: r I En' I', "'J In the package: was! a photo j i I every one reported a pleasant time ott ii> now teaching singing a singingi Temple's add to Starkc. ;' of <
: farm in the west: end tho coun'! .
Kraph", of Commander; Williams which and wif-h for "Uncle John as he is i school at the Lutheran church, which '
<: : J. Published,; ; Weekly, and entered as second , I -h......, him to be a dashirg naval offli -, culled!, many more such birthdays. I, he expects to close Saturday night. \Vc RUN"THE StORIES DOWN: 'There will he dinner on the grojr1" ,

N clans matter at the pout-office ati i who !'ioks fit to meet the best the I!, ;Mr. and! Mrs. Perry Byrd of Gra- hope to make up a class here for him and the public is cordially invited.
I 1 I false stories 1 L. J. WYNN
( hum- business visitors here last Many scandalous and
1 K-"! inn send forth. H? i ii a grnduVc were to begin next.
Starkc." Florida. ;, ..Annapolis. of the Hass of 11/S |I I Saturday. Poritlun, of Lake City, filled his, are l being circulated throughout the State Live Stock Inspector! >"

''f e=-- Van-on. !Dowling\ Bradford County)i' ;Mr. and! Mrs. L. Johns were visitors I regular( appointment at Cluster chuhch, country derogatory to Red Cross work
t. JS.. MATTIIKW.S: Editor and Owner.J. ., 1 l boy' : who has! been to the front is hero! Saturday afternoon. Saturday and Sunday, and a crowd L and methods. They are to the effect + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
-ln-rding, a few days in Starke with hisa Dr. John Colson and! family, of from here atended the services Sunday that the Red Cross is selling sweatersto + POLITICAL, ANNOUNCEMENTS. +
i; : C. ROBINSON.: : Aiwx-iate Edl"". jut, :Mrs. A. S. Crews.! :Mr. (Dowling ,'" Gainesville, attended the reunion at his I i morning and evening. soldiers or to the public; that the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

;,'j I I'll7; ;nrid after swing service on the I Theodore Clemons Alachua, ter. Miss Joiner, made a motor trip to that its officers get large salaries and I I hirtby sjiin<>unft! myntlf a. a cnndijn I
,, I here last its workers receive commissions for I theoffice of county commissioner for d!,--
[1018 FEDR-ilAR-V 19 lft \1. vi, an border went with the first exT was a plaant'illitor! Sunday Lake City Friday. .
t 1 I hull work for the b.
.... __ T I'Hiti'niiiry, /, force to t runce. He went I afternoon. Mr. George Farrell, of Ellisville, attended obtaining new members !I Nu. J. of If the elceuil county and on thm, basin. I ..-
12 .1 ::r_' ;:!'l-n! ; .:. .-. f'o1 h.-o'iirh: ' several months of intensive Mr. S. V. Andrew was a business the binging here Sunday after- It: is the duty of all Red Cross members I the tire'Biipport of thu voters in the primus i '
uiiri.ng and had a short tour of duty visitor to New Itiver: last Wednesday noon. to deny such stories, as they are June 4th. ". P. WAI.ICOf.NTV

: I 1 2 n i I be, 1 tren.-hf.M. before being dischnrgin afternoon.Mr. :Mr. T. H. Rimes and family, of all without foundation, and if they
('H .. 0 ,| -icr-ount of being under age. lier and ;Mrs. Leonard Shaw were Dukes passed through our burg Tues- are circulated with any degree of particularly I COMMISSIONER: DISTKICT

\ 3.45:6: 189 l .' yi-t 1 IS years of age and his shopping in Alachua Friday. day morning. as to details, the name of election I hereby to announce the office mynelf of county a candidate comml'ti-r.,i..r i, -.
V i p h. r a-ked the war department to Mr. H. Lowell, one of Alachua's Quite a sad affair occured near hero I the person circulating such story and ''In and for BUtrict No. 2. and rtwpectfullj .
I + oJ Ji,.' baril' him. In returning home he ,, prosperous farmers, passed through last Saturday night, when the angel! of the circumstances connected with it licit the support of the vote, at the democrat .
t tQILI14115kiz1L1Q2fl uai on the ocean nearly month, the here Sunday. death vi-ited the home of Mr. and :Mrs should! be reported immediately to the rnmnry election to be held on June 4th .l

I oat on which he sailed having *notjntered Several from here attended the James Eeilling/ (, carrying away their Chapter of Division officers for in promi.e.tious attention if elected to the to duties fin the of snme the offk 000iCi.; nt" I-

: m ( much rough weather. music recital at Alachua last Friday devoted son, Onas. The baby was laidto vestigation. have In tho pant. C. A. ItOtFitTsFO&
In discussing! his experience with night, given by the voice and piano rest in Olustee cemetery. Rev. There is no doubt that proGermansources

. I friends, .,Ir. (Dowling is inclined to dis- pupils I'fIrs.. K. Hollister in the Brittian, of Lake City, conducted the are the foundation of these REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP 1.
: M125.2&27J2.5 fount many of the stories of hardshipsthat HiKh' S'hool Auditorium. funeral services. Their many friends stories, and the persons who thoughtlessly I am a candidate lor mcmDenhip In the
are told by the war correspondents. :Miss Eunice Hazen;: one of the teachers sympathize with them in their lois.MILLER. repeat them are unwittingly! Houio of Repre.ent tlv... and hereby announo..
: lie says conditions in the trenches of the Cooler Pond school, spent C aiding the efforts of the enemy in attempting my' candidacy In Group 1 In the cumin Mlmary. -
J feel that 1 know the need of -
where he was stationed) were not Saturday and Sunday with her pa- to undermine public confidence county and atate in a legislative( way' and ha -
TOWN:/ GROWTH; II l \sIl:" 0 NHI I nearly so bad as they have been pic rents.Mr.. in the work of the Red Cross. In jtlMH-n chief clerk of the House fop the ti f
KM. I'KO.SI'KKITY/ ; tured..Sergeant. and :Mrs. Alvin ;McKinney, of The affairs of the Red Cross are Ion of 1917. I am familiar( with the procei.lingt (-
:Miller Feb. n.: -Rev. :M A. \VocdaiM. of aid body. I solicit the support of n i
Owen J. Andrews I.riuise, Sunday with Mrs. :Me- book. It has no secrets -
who is I spent run as an open ...... and. if elected.
.I.m.'o"c0. Prom.-
g. ( fr.ritnl.ut"diThe I stationed) at Camp Jackson is at homeon Kinney's parents, Mr. and :M's. G. F. l of Jakin. Ga.. will rid! h's regular and is not controlled by any I faithful and efficivnt .....1.... R. A. GREEN.
t. ;imluti'.ri, .,r ,'\ "cry town made a furlough visiting his mother and I(nu.n.I appointment at the Frewill! lipti.st clique. The members of the Red I; -
::1. up of live( pi-ofl- is t. grow and tie' other relative Owen is looking well ;Mr. Roland Anderson was a visitor : tint! church here n--xt SaMi-dpy and Cross are the lied Cross: and while i I FOR RFPItEPEVrVnVF;: =BROfP TWO

it&&: vt-lop nnd pror./ firowth; i il! the basic! nnd has been promoted) since entering I to the county seat last Saturday. Sundny. It does not seek to avoid l criticism, it | I I"'rohy announce rricf! a ..nol'"e., nrtroup
law of nmurc. Whi/n growth ceases! Uncle) Sum's service. I lioadmaster lirynn made an inspection I :Miller Grove Woodmen Tir.-lo; held certainly desires most emphatically Two re-nomination for the "
f,, '. | its regular! monthly meeting last of Kopreni'nlatlvo In the I.i ri,.liitun., "r. "
dec/lY nt in.V'e Robert F. Gray a former Starke trip over the Wannee Branch last on that the circulation of fa'.ac! reports Urn ford county subject to the ar'ion o' I' .
& II \ arc furred to udmit that thoro boy, was aboard the transport "Tu.- Thursday.L. I Saturday evening! at which timo the about it methods and workers shouldbe Dtr-ocrntlo' primary election to >ic I > I Ii.Tune.
'I Are conditions/ umK-r which a t..n cnnia" when she was torpedoed by n A. Wynn of Hampton, was in our officers for this year were installed.! ; stopped.If 1918. I respectfully' solicit the -u pi-
, f may he nnd i is in a measure in'l"j"'i' i- German; sub-marine and went down off town last Friday. H. Stokes acted ns installing cfTlctr, you hear any stories report themat of all voters at ad! Democratic p imsa' ''

h l nt of the HurruunilinK" country, 1111 to the coast of Ireland on )o'elrul1ryjth./ :Mrs. J. S. Forsyth was on the sick and Miss Ella F. Warts t as assistant. once. An investigation will be I liromisa nm honored a faithful with diHchante re-election.of my.i'u y ,I

A+i I: heth'r or not thllt territory it j.ros- !Mr. Gray spent his boyhood in Starke list last week, but is well at this After the meeting adjourned :Mrs. :N.: made and parties maliciously spreading 12-28-tf A. S. CRITV.'S.I .
i I rierotiN. fut! those! inxtanrca are rnru and has hundreds. of friends here who writing. II. Stokes and :Mrs. D. L. Clyatt served' such stories will he punished.

I c t'l and I not by any mr>r ;: I'' The United State in prc">min-Titly greatest anxiety. It was not known church next Saturday and Sunday. The following were installed as of false reports about the Red Cross, !', I hrrpliy announce myec-lf a candidate f- -

;' I nn agricultural nation. Todav > "< ia whether he had perished! or not until Anyone having any news will please (leers for this year: punishable under the Espionage Act ;1 nine 3. of county' not commissioner R.iifordi. subject of District to the wi.l'of :N;

L. literally undertaking to free tno w)rld. Sunday when his .ister, ;Miss Ottie hand it in to the correspondent on Mrs. D. L. Clyatt, Guardian.Mrs. by an imprisonment of twenty years'' the qualified electors at the commit ehell,,,
''J To accomplish this gigantic tllH { every Gray: of Gainesville, telephoned, to ;Monday which will be greatly appre- Minnie Nessmith Adv. and. a fine of 10000. I to be held Jun. 1018. If elected I p'edt! .
I f. roKource must bu ulili/.ed and! tI!k'"< l I..p- friends. here that the family hud learned ciated. Mrs. II. S. :Miller Banker. The Red Cross U proud of its work myself ti> faithfully perform, the duti <.r

I, (d to the uttermost. The soil min.t. KG from the War Department that :I Mr. L. F. Surrency made a husi- Mrs. ::. II. Stokes, Clerk. and will vigorously defend itself ,, ,the said best office! interenU to the best of of nil my concerned.ability, and Equal t<>

\' ' mll.la to yield as it had never dp'orf 1 Robert was among the number who I, ness trip to Worthington last :Monday. Mrs. T. A. I'inkston Chaplain. against all dofamers.-Emlenton ((1'U). i II rights to all and no special privileges to anv
I 3o'leloJ'dlnol the millions of ncr.* rf had landed safely after the disaster to Carpenters will begin nt once to remodel :Mrs. T. I. Waters, Attendant News.; one. C. R. SAI'P
our flomnin that have her '*ofire lion the transport. I I the residence of G. B. Colson, Mrs. J. F. Douglass Sentinel. I' S

.1 fallow must be brought under cultiva William J. Thomas! who is a memher : as the lumber is on the ground.Dr. Mrs. J. J. Bieling, Manager.A USE PLENTY OF FERTILIZER I COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5.

tion.And of the Navy and stationed on the I I ) A. E. Russell made n business goodly: number of our farmers re-election I hereby for announce County myself Commissioner a candidate of Di for(,

., thlH brings us up to Ih'} sm'iject.f battleship America has recently returned trip to Jacksonville last week.U. arc preparing to plant Spanish peanuts One of the questions of great im trlct n, subject In the action of the coming' >
thin urtirle. from it trip to Francearrived) I D. Johns was a visito/ to Starke for market, while some are rortance that the farmers must decide j j demricratc primary. If elected promiKe to
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The grunt majority of American in Starke ;Monday night to visit his last Saturday. growing both peanuts and castor is whether to use the usual amount of I ,continue, to trive the duties of the ciTe mv
.', towns lire directly rlfpenaent for father, ;Mr. Jesse Thomas, nnd other I I Unmember the entertainment given "..ons. fertilizer on his! crops this year. The i I) enrnect attention. 1C. 1>. MAY.

I their growth and prosr' r.'Y on the relatives and friends.. Last yenr "Bill'1 by, the Ladies Aid Friday night.HEILBRONN7 Marion Waters and Harry Pinkstonattrnd,1 answer of those who have- .ttudied, the -:ME:"'BEK: OF SCHOOf. IHMHII-OI.. T.-NO.-?
surrounding advance the
W. O.V..
a country. Tiioy was a student in the Bradford County oyster supper question from all angles is "ycs," | I hi ribs announce myttelf a candidate f
:'
. nr ri'trovfrad'1 in oxnct proport-c/n:: us High/ School and his many friends nt !Starke last Friday night. provided tho proper amounts have I tie otTice of member of school !board frtDi -
the Kiirroiindin territory de .'ulois| or here are delighted to again shake Algar Thomas had the misfortuneof been used! in the There is 1..riCO Xo. eompriinir[ Lake Butlor, lit
past. n ,
loferioratoH. hands with him. !being thrown from his buggy I f,4. \Virthinirton Providence< Palestine
The town, thrn thnt has r.n. ambition Heilbronn. Feb. 13.-:Miss LIzzie breaking his! arm. his father Roland limit to the amount of fertilizer that i| .., !ii 1.14(1 I r promlttt t< perform the duties of thITici
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/ to udvanco, to build up. bread Hosier, of Sanderson is spending a Thomas, had on the day previous traded can be used economically. !j'' tc thibeau 'I ability P M. rADCETI'TOR.
out "ntlprosper. should (tir"t of a'l' devote BROOKER. I few weeks with her sister, :'Irs."lIa; for a young horse and Alcar accompanied Commercial fertilizer this! year will
cost from fourth half
to
its nerieN| to thr fulliMt ponviblc! i I Williams. I II ,by his brother. j a n more than
develonment of the community from I Uncle Dock Woods, nn ex-Confeder- I started to drive to church when Harney.1 an- last year, and still their use will beprofitable
;Mr. John firoovcr; was! n uSifJeRS ate Veteran of 79 I< few says the University of ,
: 1 which it draws its !!UHtp'loIl1le.'Unll Is Hummers a imnl .became frightened and run
.'f .. not merely from u Htundnoint of I ef visitor to Kaiford on last Wednesday., I i nights ago, while walking out on an i I j with the above result. lie is doing away I Florida, extension (!iViiiin. Figuring! t
\ n..vol"nce ;Mrs. I K. I.. rronby hpent part of lust I unfinished veranda, fell through the prices of fertilizers relative tocrp '!
or philanthropy, I.lit ,r.s umeasure an i. nicely, and we hope he will soon be
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1 f.: of pure self-inte-eit. week in Lake ( ity. I IMjsses open space of about five feet, resulting; able to go about! his work. prices i it will be found that crop i;
; Eunice: l liohinson and FMyth J'loft..n of about flfeet prices have: increased! more rapidly'
.t To demonstrate the truth of this: nsBertion space re- j :Mises Lotic and ;Maud Stokes of
',,' / ". one has but) t:> olnrrvo thenumber Williams, who have heen teaching i i I suiting; in n broken leg, and I L: Lake Butler, visited, Miss Kate Douglass than fertilizer prices.! Which means: !
here returned to their homes the first other serious that the farmer is simply dealing in ': .
The
of injuries. unfortun :
t towns in this! I bat last weekend.Furman .
oimtry "
:i nro/ out of all proportion to surround- of last week. I ito man is !slowly convalescing, I and Seeber Stokes l!larger figures than those to which he j OLD
and
i.itt"; I ing country. And in evc.-y one r.f huh .1. V. Jones, one of Hampton's/ prom and it is hoped, that he may soon l be Misses Kate Douglas and Janie Biding I is! accustomed. Since a given quan
'! inent business men, made business able to about lit); of a certain crop will buy
towns, business comlitions,! are abnormal. a go again. This is the attended the closing exercises of the more BONES
). Tho growth luis been n nitihhroom trip here on last Wednesday afternoon. fourth time that this incomplete job I school nt Ellisville! Columbia, lust' Fri1 fertilizer this year: than last, it might
growth, with no end'ring! foundation ;Miss! ;Maude Shaw spent Monday of ,I of work has brought about an accident day night. They report a fine time. l he been said the prices of fertilizers have RUBBER COPPER
L last week in A lac him. reduced.It .
/ :I of this kind. and not only should this
and Foster
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as soon as thu v'nernlprosperity ; Glover; has Lake
1 ,L ut the country has n j
.! f decline, these arc the lirst ti/ M.i to I'ond, paused! through here lait Wednesday ,! as well ns other classes, "houihlever ing a blacksmith shop at this /place operat for of all staple. crops bo made this TUBES LEAD
nutfer. This afternoon rn route to Kaiford. bear in mind and out the year. It is the patriotic duty of every
I was particularly noticeable i carry several 'enrs. lie will be
H. lirciwn was out Inspecting/ his telephone little ) greatly farmer as stated! by President: Wilson ROPE SCRAP IRON
in the old 1 !boom, days or the HO's( poem : missed by the people as it will force ,
. I ,, und IMI's) V.hen many towns lines last week. I If a task is once begun: them to to Lake Butler and it should be done even if the process
sprung go to have ,
I. without any other excuse than the am LqJir Mrs.: lirowniner. who has been' : visitnir :Never': leave it till its done; work done. should result in nothing more SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PROftfTO:

.! bition, of some syndicate to unload a her sister, Mrs. T. C. hazer, forth /Ho the labor great or small :\1 rHo T. It. Waters! and children ntt'nded 1 t than the farmer shifting dollar from Write! For Priceli'st
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P ,pioce of property on the flllllli('. The : past two weeks left for her home 'I I Ho' it well or not at nil church at Little Springs Sun- one of his pockets to another.

wrecks of many towns utill! mar the lint 'Ihur'da.v.* 'nfid thus minimize the number of such do,'. WUIARHETAL ca
,1... Mr. C. N. Shaw: is Improving nicely. disasters.! C.TTI.I1I1'PIXO: /
landscape' in all of Mr.[
partH' our country. anti :Mrs.! E. B. Douglas>) visited
I lie/ is able> tn be up and going! around. :Mr. and Mrs.! Julius Norman; 6S7 E.BAY JACKSONVILLE
The
I town that would l insure its were the latter's
, ;Mr. :
and Mrs. J. I.
'. growth based* I on Holid. foundation, Miss Kmile Spinks spent Saturday in our burg shopping last Tuesday. Dubose) of f.llrpnts. !'. Sunday. There will I I be, public cattle I dipping i /
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\ l' ansi Sundny at her home at St. :\lrq. .
should make the development of the .. Johns! Newn C. :Mott is spending a Mr. nnd :Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Prov
I'nrk .
r Hurroundinif territory its lirst consideration. .tu'ninlClon.IIlY.. few days with her mother in the Risinir idence, visited in our community Sun-
J. I I..
The Surrency mild a business trip section.
i'-veloiment|' of and dny.
any
I' very industry of th'' rural districts is tn 'iraham !Saturday afternoon.Mrs. :\1 r. Schellie Rosier was looking nftcr Our school at this plaec closed last Pure Illinois Aluminum
: Ware
Kuifcnc Surrency, who has business' interests.
of as vital interest to the dwellers in in these parts Friday after a successful term of
tho h"n in ill health for the last threewN.k. the earlier part of this week. I
the I
town as to parties directly .. three months. taught by Prof. I'V..
.. ronecrnvil therein. The organization is improving. Mr. :'ol'rt'wmans/ and :Miss! :Maud :'old.'od ansi :'or i"s'inri,' Thomns. Poli.J..Jood J Ln 1 1I 1I
;Messrs.
lIt' farmers' clubs I I jrirls1. canning clubs, Iloilxe ansi Powlinff were 'Green visited! the former's mother at E. II. andV.. L- lIouglM'jslt..01
imminent visitors to :Middlfburp/ last i Ktnrke last .
Sunday.The
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boys' filp clubs anil corn l'Iul"-ull of Starko
on business one day last week.
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these :Saturday and Sunday. (i. W. Hurney family "nil
ns vitally affects the town poole are
1 ]> ns the country folks because they I'. ;M. Ilarefoot made a business trip i ito !smiles" over a newly purchased pi GlJilFORD.Guilford .

nre( factors in the general I prosperity Jacksonville last Saturday i ano.Mr.
I from which (he to\vn must draw its Prof. Steve Lewis! made n business ; Kufus Reddish' male the M. IX

I t'ndurinj strength. A poor road I lend trip to Starke last Saturday after- 'Carter home a pleasant call List :Sun-:; ; Feb. 1U.: -;Misses niFic and
ing from any community to the town fli"i>n. i ilnv afternoon. Victory JItuClulls'iit(>d :Misses Ettie I
" is us much u matter of concern to the :Mr. I.onnl.orlCan; made n business Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews spent the and! Core Spires Sunday afternoon.

.L town as to thi community nlfected. triI'to, Alachuu on last I-'riilay morn- week-end as guests ut the G.! \V. \Vuin- A line girl was born to Mr. nnd

The county fair, \\ hue of incalculable inl(. wright home. :Mrs. J. G. Williams Friday, Feby. 8th. I
,
t l benefit to the farming interests, is 1'rof. A. lI!. Shaw nnd family spent Mr. Klbert: lIpr. of Rosier, and Both mother and child. are doing fine.
'. usually.Io"n"'It'illl to the town. Saturday in .iainesville. i ing in these parts with his car Sunday. Hun. J. E. Douglass made a business Lipped Sauce
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I .."_ And thus it KOCS( through the entire K. Knight of St. Johns Park win' apleasant .Mrs. ;Mary Mutt returned Tuesday trip to Jacksonville Saturday"
list of Community inlL-rebts. The rn- visitor here last Friday after-I from a few days stay with her daughter :Misses Ettie and Cora Spires and Seamless Pan

t bcafs nn exact ratio to that of the Mr. and :Mrs. A. II. Shaw nnd children M r. I Delbert Sapp, of Rosier nnd 1 Messrs. Ferman Stokes Scbern Thomas Tea Kettle

'- rural /population. Their interests! are accompanied by (;randma Shaw: Miss: Susie Snpp were auong friends and Carl Crawford were seen in No. SOOPercolalor
I inextricably interwoven. It is. however ind Ine/ Abernathy, spent the day 1 hcr- Sunday nfternoon. this community Sunday afternoon. Coffee Pot

I"1: far easier for thn farmer to dispense ilvasantly Inst Sunday at the home of :Mr. ::. D.) Green nail Prof. L. ,\. Mrs. J. E. Douglass and children
\!:. with the backing of the town :Mr. U. I II. ..Yohns.11r. ;Puvia transacted business in Starke are spending a few days in Worthington. -

,:,' people than for the latter to ignore \ an.) ;Mrs. L. It. pateen, of Pukes !J Snturla, -v. .
1 t1 his sunnort.Vifl pent Sunday here with their parents Th..rewill be prayer meeting: at :Miss Lorcne Alderman and Mollie
I l, have written thus plainly with :'0r.. and Mrs.I It. T. Ostcen. ;Ileilhronn church each Sunday night. Thomas accompanied by Mr. Chester r

, I the hope that we might perhaps cause! Mr. and .Mrs.: ILV., Surruncy, accompHiuvJ Heilbronn Farms are being! well prepared Johnson attended Church at Lulu Sun- .
'j home to view the national (problem in i lIy their little trranddauvrntr for cultivation by Messrs.! Jno. day returning home Monday morning.
f' u national light. This is an era of de ,Alene of Grahajii, \\trc visitors Forsyth and N. C. Mott, and a tine Mr. Riley Douglass spent Saturday
, :t ; velopment. The world is calling for her Sunday. harvest Is anticipated. and Sunday with Mr. Cleveland, Dig
!;r the best that America can give. Thou- Mrs. Murroll was on the sick listPart '. :Mr. Orin Reddish! haq lately purchnsed gers near Lake ButlerMr. '''1'1'' '

': ;,i pands of our men nre (locking to the / of last week. 1 a "wind-splitter" Ford nml I ; Chester: Johnson was seen in
I i great manufacturing c'.ntrrll."t:': Several of our young! folks nttondfil says he i-hal endeavor to .enjoy at leasta this community Monday.
I 8 only must war rnaterinl be furnished, the social given by ;Miiis, Kate Roberts few more: days !before taking leave (Dr. King of Lake Butler, was seen

. t.. but nil the arts of pencil must be SllpI at her home at Worthington last l-'rl- toiilOOily". France. in this community last Friday.
I ir plied. tiny nitfht. i Rev. \V. O. Law nnd Hon. J. C'. :MeRne .-_ _
I r But the farms' are preeminently the Mr. imviil Pukes and. family, of mndo n business! trip here Tuesday -
great food storehouse nf land. The Alnchua wc're'i"itin relatives hero of this week.
the
I I,t. .' farmer miiit feed us if we are fed, nnd Sun.!,,)'. Mr. nod ;Mrs. Levy Sweat, late of [ Courthouse News Ii Iici. OUR 20 YEAR

I 1'" : without his product. ull other branches Mr. Dock Andrew was n pleasant Jacksonville/ have purchased. theV.. GUARANTEEWe
'",. of industry become impotent. His visitor to Starko lust Saturday.I 1'II.I Johnson place nnJ, both relatives
." railing is has I > Carefoot \\'orthinl'ton was a ansI frivnds join welcoming C. agree to take back and replace
always! In-on nail. always( them Driggers an,! wife to T. E. or repair any 1892"
will be, the bedrock foundation of ourS pr..f'Hliollnl'Isitor! here last Sunday lack to U'nter Oak section, the garden 'Iloorr--SEI. of NE1; ofE'; ... pec Pure Spun Aluminum Cooking Utensils showing defect

national life. Upon the, farm must we \'lIinl i spot of "Sunny Florida." ZJ1": ; of /NWU: and TO yds on W through imperfection in the ware or
.' build :Several:: from here: attended service'* :Mr. W. E.: (Irving) Norman; haspurchased side of workmanship at any
our prosperity stud by the prosperity E'4 of NWU; \ !sec 21 I tp ;3 R 18 time during the 20 of
i Mimlny and Sunday night nt "( )MBradford" the years service, the utensils
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t>f the farm nuiM \\e stand or premises formerly occupied S and E.Mary being: subjected
fall.To church.Iev. liy: I. :N..: :Norman': ansi l intends to ; I. King and! husband to R. M. to ordinary care and attention during that period.
(;i. W. l.arramore filled' his. make this his
the millions\ ) of dwellers! in the future home. King-5 A in sec ::1 l I5; tp 7 S R 22 E; 20
>tOO, cities and towns we wish we could get In-t regular appointment at l ednn church :'or r. Owen 1'armenter is slowly rccovering A in sec :35; twp 7 S R, 22 E. STARKE HARDWARE CO., Starke Fla.
and
I. this nwssage(1ve: ; your first anil best Saturday Sundny. from an attack of sickness. J. L Waters and! wife to T. I. Wa ,
'11 efforts to building lull iii Mr. and Mrs. W. Ncwsom nail baby< : : I
n enduring tersNEI5' of :SWU:; sue 7 twp G S R -- -
.. .. rural prosperity developing' its! every ut Starkt, spent Saturday and :Sun-:; PROVIDENCE. 10 E. -- .
t interest to the utmost and all the adverse Inv with relatives here. W. T. Weeks to :Mary B. Thomas- r' - -
lj Sirs. I.. T. Surrency Is the sick -
on
powers of earth im not E> of SWU '
preventyour D and SW'.. of SE' see
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I t-haring. : as an equal partner in list this week.Mr. F'roviilence, Feb. ri.-:Mr. Elmer 4 twp 7 S R :20: E. INSURANCEFIRE
:' that prosperity. ; Itobert: Orcene of fake Rutler, Frulick made a trip to Lake Butler on Willis Waters to J.V.. Cannon's
WIIH visitor hc'rlo"la .' ;
a prominent ) Tuesday.I .
-- of SW' Sec : Ii i S R it) E.
twp !
NEWS I Ii' ()t'U :s:n.nii-u: { HOYS\ Miss I I.oU Kclley nf I.a Crosse, I Ispent Lula Joiner of Alachua. is: Sara A. Leverett ansi husband. to LIFE, ACCIDENT, BONDS AUTOMOBILE i
her
this place.A Sunday. with parents near this visiting week-her sister :Mrs. I). C. Witt, Noah; E.: Taylor-Lots 1213=! blk I; Send PLATE ,

,. Lieutenant Hoke Smith t' S. A., family reunion was held at the .\ Urge crowd of the of lot 1, J. W. Patten's survey of GLASSI
formerly of this county, has lately home of Undo John CoNon celebrating from here attended the young people town Worthington..
.been transferred/ Elizabeth: N. .1., liii $:lrd birthday. There wpre11> 1 tainment at Kllisville: school enter :Minnie Nnumnn:': to P. B. Prnvatt represent some of the very best
,i after n long tour of duty in the (I'hilli- present on this occasion. These reunions -Everybody: Friday evening. --\\,1.:': i of,1:': less 1 A in SW cor the world and companietfn:
: pine Inlands.Mr. . have been held for n number ofyears ing. seemed to enjoy the even see 2 twp 7 S R 22 E. will appreciate your Insurance busi-

:rc T. S. Williams, rf, Starke. is in J. J. Urnnnon and wife to J. M.
and! are always largely attended, :'o1 Luther ness. Nothing too
lIr8.! L. Lovett large
"r receipt' of three beautiful souvenir pil not only by his children anil jrrand-I Theus. of and D. D. :\loore-Lot 12 see 6 twp 5 S H :2(1!' E. ortoo| small.
Chattanooga
k 1 ]low from his brother Tern., ( D. Davis and wife to Laura
'nter-I
covers Commander children, but by a number of frlenda tained the people! the A. Wilson JOS. E.
"" (0'. \ViIliami. United, States who are always glad to meet on these the Baptist: church last people Sunday after 5R20E.-Lots 33, 3t!, 37, 38 fee 14 twp 5 WILSON STARKE, ;FLA.

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f i :\11'n io Sternburg spent firs t tiler's: condition, and will accompany:' the Red Cross ? Notify :Mrs. A.1.: :';TH.\YF.IJ.lIclLvy built red cow unmarked --
i tit the week in Lnwtey with friend the body Auburn, where it will bl l>arby, chairman military relief committee I unhrnndcd! ; also( small l black
r laid to rest t in the) family if will lend
burying you or rent a sewing 'I'III'hllltJunk,1/ under Brjunro in
ti j :Mr.[ and Mrs. J. I D. Randall of Lave- ground machine right ear and straight split in left
Bits of Local | t Ivy were visitors to Sturke. Saturday,, Undertaker! 11.I C. Jones took chargeof Last month the local chapter Red ear. Cohas young ('/llf. Detain
I the body and prepared it for shipment Cross made and shipped one hundred' and! notify A. C. Crews. Starke Fla.

I Break your Cold or LaUrippu with Thursday afternoon.. and, forty-three hospital garments.Let Reward. 2 ir>-L't.:
Information ,i few do.-eii of 660..I. ( tlI. ---. ---- - every woman who knows howto
CARD OF rll.\ I\.S sew offer: to do their "bit" in this
I : work for our country. LOSTSmall male yearling, 2 years
-I. K. 1 lover and nun went to Jack
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c-_ 0... Ttfflf. ...6100.... C1a4 .on\ Wednesday on business. We take this method I of thanking dd; red with small white stripe
p.......... is w c.e.rr... T_ the many friends who so kindly l utll t- NOTICE: : down back; marked with swallow
b'p ..r ed l us with word and deed ,during the fork and under bit in one ear, under
Ford tops and back curtains complete recent illness of our beloved, the late siuare| in other. Finder will please

...... for $10.1.: Levitun, !Starke. A. H. Crow. Most especially do we I request thnt the members of the notify owner and receive $1 reward:
thank Dr- Sober King for his untiring Lawtey National; Farm I.olln"orln- W. M. :Moody, Starke, Fin. :2-16-lt
son wat- born tu Mr. and Mrs. A. :Mr. I.. J. Wynn, State Live Stock) C. D. Gunn, county agent, was in efforts and :Mrs John MeCormiek and! tion who have not already called nt
C. Crews Wednesday I Inspectur for'thi* county reports Raifi>rd Wednesday afternoon. :Mrs. Mary IJarnettu for their continued the ollice of the \Bradford: County Abstract -I I

Bradford as making! progress equal to assistance, Co., ave I h"11II description LOST:: OK )MISLAU:
,Jl. J. Andrews is spending the week almost any county in the State in the Rub-My-Tism: ' ", relieves CREWS FAMILY. of their tang will please do so, its \!! Policy No. "3\700.1-: 2'!.3-4.6.-7,1I.0| Irmurd by
Starke with his family tick eradication work. There arc now Rheumatism, I"rulns.euralgia:; etc. \KI\V -- they have hired extra help in getting! I Tint 1'pnn. Mutunl Llfn Inlur.""" Company.
19! vats in operation, two under conHtrixtion ST. I {'lit'. R1T out these abstracts. Please/ do this so on tin lift ..r J.
VGT.. Pearce, of Lnwtey, was n bus- at the present time, and material Dr. J. P. Tomlinson was n business there will be no delay in getting their drmlncd.1n' ender. will I'U'ano return It tu the un
lifeless' visitor to Starke Tuesday. being : aced! for three more." visitor to the metropolis Wednesday.J Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 a 1 loans. All necessary forms for the! npi'llmtliui t him Ufii. nui.lu for tlie ,ll>
Buck Kite, one of Bradford's "soldier m. abstract: i is not in the Bradford Abstract miliiK "( n Uuplifiiif.

MtfJrs.. H. R. Sapp, of Lawtey, was a boys, is spending a few days in Starko George, of Waldo" was a busi- Even song and address I p. m. Co.'s 0111,','. -" .r.t JOHN! A. CLARK.Uuldwin.. .FI.1.
School
with relatives. Sunday ID a. m. Yours truly -
itor to Starko Mondays,1I ncs visitor to Starke Monday.:
You urb invited. C. I R. ,\II'.
The Store that is the farmers' :\i. :M. RIVER, Pastor :Socy.-Trem:;
S. Warren, of Clayno, was a bus Cedar Key oysters, fresh every day. ---*-- --- -
es visitor to the city Monday friend X. B. hull Erymer's fish market, phone 100. ('.1RIO1"1It.1tkS .- --- -


lfOn lot of dishes to be sold at 5 and :Mrs. K. McDowell; and little son A. Rosenberg, , one of Alnchun's Please allow us space in your paperto ) CLASSIFIED'ADVERTISING [LEIFMOTIC FOUR tat \
f 10 cents. Starke Harwarc Co.XflKRaymond have returned to Jacksonville after a prominent merchants was in the cityon express thanks. to our friends of
visit at the home of her pan'nts11': .
business Wednesday.Men's Jacksonville and Kaiford I for their asgistcncc I
Speer spent the weekendt and Mrs. John Uglow. They were accompanied and kindness in the death of __
*t the metropolis. ) by :Air. Uglow, Mho will : work shoes at Stcrnberg's. our loved one, Sidney Walker, who the High School
spend a few days ns their guest.. FOIT.I': -Fine
lied nt Camp Wheeler on t"cby.hid.' :! cow now r

I Willie Cnnova of Lake City, spent I Or. S. W. Harrison was in Lawtey livery: courtesy was appreciated more N. H. Hull.[ mtll.illA"1 auditorium next
Fertilizers" E. O. Painter's line.
.the week-end in Starke with relatives. Wednesday supervising) the unloadingof than word.111 rxpr's"1 .
Starke Hardware Co. some dipping vat inatcrinl.s.. :Mr. mid :Mrs. .1. 1C. Walker! FOR SALE:-One milk cow and one

; Closing out all winter goods at'at. h..1. Walker, S I. Walker mare, cheap F. C. Ilollinlt \\'rlh.
Sternberg's. :Mesdames Turner and Russell, Paint is still advancing.! Get your :Mrs J. A. Brooks, StarkI'1;> tf. Thursday night
Misses I Ruby Winters and Ethel :Mc- spring-time painting done from :\I r''. Ira Williams anti
Clellan of Waldo, were in the city our ;Miss l.ouantha Walker.! I.'onLI.(1:: : ( ,' irlll.h'. vacant lot. two
.: 1lrs1.: R. Lundy: left Tuesday for present stock and save money (julKley under auspices of
and attended the dance
l'aris: where she will visit relatives Saturday at Lumber anil Supply. Co., for im In :Memory of Our Dear Brother. Sidney hundred by one hundred feet. Town.
far several days the armory Saturday night. provements.Dr.' J. Walker. Iied l IVhy.. :2!, 1MS! I of Hampton[ Fla. O. K. Prince,
Dade City, Flu.: 2.1lJt.: I : the Starke Glee I
Gone before O brother fit
; Get; lime and fertilizer fromN. usi, our ,
!;'IIon' P. L. Gaskins of Jacksonville, your E. L. Biggs of Lawtey, wn in To the spirit land. -
B. hull lie tell the kind .
can ATTENTION:: : :- HOC RAISERSThoroughbred :
you : : -
Xiipent t the week-end with his aunt, :Mrs that will make the city for a short while Wednesday.; Vainly look we for anotherIn
R.I.JB." C. Richard, and other relatives. I big crops. )Dallas Walls. of Jacksonville/ was thy place to stand. Ked Duroc boar Club. Admission
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t'' called to Starko Tesdtiy on account of Who shall oxer youth und! beauty registered; ) also IlwroliChbl'I..ll'ILllld I
f j I :Miss Emilie Spink, of Brookcr, spent China boar. Service for. either 00/1/ ,
!Austin Winkler of Jacksonville, the sickness of his father, P. S. Wall. On the wasting/ shrineOf
.} Friday night in Starke with friends. stern anti duty $J, at my farm, 'J! milet north of 15 and 25 cents
lofty
weekend with his ,
*'rents. : :Miss Spink was on her way to St. thine.. !Stark on ::41111c1'rM..n01111.. Paid E.:
With faith
: We are continuing our Special Saleon a like i
Johns Park where she spent the week screen wire through February. Canova. :ii-l.vttt.: ;

end with her parents. . __.. p,
Don't miss this to Oh smile of
1>lr. Will Canova, of Lake City, opportunity screen thy gentle greeting: '" -
out the dangerous Quigley Lumber Who again hull) HOC ? l
pent Sunday here with the Canova fly.
S'V brothers' Spring and summer millinery now and Supply Co., for improvement Who amidst h,' solemn meeting F.I F.
;. being opened at Stcrnbcrg's.Mrs. (; isse again on thee ?

r. G. W. Snellgrove attended to busi- :11rs.11. :M. Tntum and daughter Who when 'peril' gathers o'er us HAND LAUNDRY :
: R. E. Gnhagan and son returned -
in Jacksonville.Mr. Wear so calm brow ?
';lttess matters in the metropolis Tues- spent Thursday a .
to Hardeville. S. C., Thursday : Stripling, who ten :years Who with evil men before us,
!lay. morning, after spending several daysin Bunk So thou? .
aero was the cashier of the of serene) as -- ,
() Starke at the home of her father, I
Starko, several hero
:Mrs. T. J. Griffiin and daughter! spent days recently -
; :Mr. L. C. Powell. hath the spoiler found them! ,
Mfrs. E. :Markley Johns, spent :Monday attending' to hu..ines.11'; Stripling Marly To The Public: ,t
expressed' himself] as being .delighted 1 iIrot 1 her of our love,
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Jacksonville.p Special sale going on at the Cash with the growth and Improvement of Autumn's fused earth around thce.Ami ;
"p Department Store. Starku in the pat ten years' Mr.[ its storm* above, As I have sufficiently regained.my health, '
: two )'OUIIJ,!( children\ of :Mr. Stripling's homo is now at Unllgrouml: , Evermore: this turf iiI lightly I shall laundry for work on 25tli of ,
Mrs S. White reopen my
\i and O. Buffering
are
\ Mrs. C, A. Knight left Wednesday (;a. And with future showers,
from' a severe attack of grippe. afternoon for Atlanta, going to select C D'er) thy slumbers fresh and brightly! February, 1918. I appreciate your former patronage ./

} her line of spring and summer millinery INSTALL NEW I GASOLIXK; : TANKSP. Illow I the MUlllnwl"'", flowers.In .
Seed Irish potatoes-Red Hliss and and solicit your work. The same careful

ose No. 4. Florida and North CnroJlina the the lock.hy( forehead gracing,
C. Jones hardware
man onTall attention will be given to all work.
seed peanuts, chufas, field and' :Nut: silvery, streak 1i t
Miss Hilda Lewis returned to Jas- street, has replaced) his aid> gasoline n ;
garden seed. N. U. Hull. with of the Nor line of norrow tracing ; .1
per Wednesday afternoon, after spending pump one latest improved a h
the past week in Starke. with relatives patterns. On! thy fair young cheek; Respectfully, :
"lessrs. E. W. Hayes and :Miriam ,V. C.! Brooks, corner Walnut and Ryes: of light and lips of roses, I
Waters, of Lake Butler were in town Ninth: has installed a supply] station Such as llnliiKi: wore-

Saturday attending to business- Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at for the convenience of his patron in her all that curtain clones, CHARLIE TOM : \
I ti's! the Cash Department Store. that part of town. Which him 1 1 rise no more. ,
?., ,*!!. S. Pinkston, of :Miller, was in .
Fwfitarke. Saturday looking after busi- GIKi\-STI-VK.\S; : If the! spirit ever grazed, -
,11513 matters. Messrs. U. W. Surrency nnd W. J. From its JoiirneyingH back; t
I'or Jones, two prominent men of the Graham ; :Mr. Lacy Green and :Miss Ada, Stevens O'IT its mortal track; t. f

i ,/ buy Prescott and sister, Gladys of section, were attending to business were united in marriage at the Wilt lion not t O brother, meet us ,
Sampson City, spent tho week-end in in Starke :Monday home of the bride's father, ;Mr.( John Sometimes.. on our way,
Stevens near Slal'ke..dn(' day afternoon hours of sadness, ui
5tt, city with relatives. And in greet
,\M$ :Mrs[ W. It. Johnson left Friday for Judge Con A. Gardiner, olHiating. !- As a spirit may ? .
' ySProf. A. J. Grilfis, of Brooker, was ;Mobile, Abe: after spending several ? Both young people are well DR. A. R. BLOTT y 4
?intending i : to business in Starke Sat- weeks at thc home of .Mrand. :Mrs. J. known in this section nnd have: the I'cnce be with thee, 0 brother
l Wday.M K. Davis. wishes of their many friends for n In the spirit-lnnd,
happy married life. They will make Vainly look' we for another,
?!|Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children- Mrs. We pay cash for eggs. J. F. Kick- their home in the Wuleronk !'section : In thy ,place. to. Bland. Graduate Veterinarian
D.J! C. Jones. and children, also] Funny liter. \\hl're11': Green is engaged" in farming Lint,, Truth mill Freedom givingAll

,Darby, returned. Sunday from a trip thy early powers
to, Jacksonville., :Mrs. J. fi.; Alvarez returned to -- TI'TlSIlY He: thy virtiiex with the living -.- - -.,- ._-_. -.
:MOVIKS: CI\ : :NIGHTS.1'eginning ;)! .
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\ She has been
Jacksonville Thursday. And thy spirit '
!$ visiting relatives in Starke for l several 0111'Wl'itr'n by his it"I'
Mrs F. S.: :Martin and little son. of .
next Tuesday night; Row-
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S>Wilcox. have been the guests of :Mrs. lays. nnd's Theatre will .how every Tuesday MOV i:-f'f'IT: IIIKI:
,>''Martin' sister. ;Mrs.! Walter Bryan, winter goods night instead of :Monday. HS heroin-
;101' the pat week cost.Closing Stcrnberg's.out all at fore Under the recent order of the Saturday. night the local Boy Scout. . FLORIDA STATE VETERINARY INSPECTOR

fuel administrator nil shows were for- under Scoutmaster" llalligan! went 1111
Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez] and Mrs. Annie hidden' to open on Tuesday nightsVind n short hike for the purpose of taking! LATE VETERINARIAN OF JACKSONVILLE
LFrazeo spent several dayiis in Jacksonville :Messrs. W. B. and Jesse Alexander, in order to comply with the ruliirrf:Mr.Kowand their ranking 'eft. The 'boys had a 1
this week visiting relatives of Hampton, were bu"ined9'isitor to showed on Monday nights( until thoroughly enjoyable outing.
and friends. Starke :Monday. ] the order rescinded.! ,
wan -- -- -- --- -- Treats all curable diseases of stock and performs all
Tonight one of the latest picture, I 11 isin.Mi I I' VIM 11-::;
I Firestone-the tire with the best Special for Saturday': -Tomatoes, "Shall" We Forgive Her" will be shown successful operations known to Veterinary Science
f Guarantee-for sale at the Starke 1 lb. can 8 cents; 2 lb. can 11 ('pnbi It is taken from the famous play by A pnrty compo.se Hardware Co. 3 lb. can 15: cents. J. F. K(ckliter, ('harl(." Sarver, which was such u tremendous (ruin town enjoyed a fish supperon

success" upon the stage JuneK.lvidgo hurt titan Lake Tuemlny: MessrJ. 15 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE 1
Mrs. Sara Hamrick left Tuesday for Judge: James T. Wills, of Gainesville and Arthur Ashrley LIre the :M. Darby Oscar, Allllrl'wM.r'hi-
/Sylvnnia p Ga., to jar l nt the bedside of spent several days of this weekin stars in his( notable production. bald. Johns H. A. Weeks.. K.: WiKi.n,
S her daughter: Mrs: Thomas Oliver, who Starke. "Shall We Forgive Her" has been stag AlhrtIIIlus"n..1.. '1. Mitchell l !1-'. E: Permanently Located in Starke

is seriously ill. eil. on n massive scale and is interesting Stump' N. Slernberg. fish wereplentful
:Miss Miriam Hoffman, of Jacksonville anti entertaining from Hurt to ) and the occasion win

Mrs. VV.B- Hodges returned to Jack- arrived Tuesday and will he the finish. thoroughly enjoye.l.Meispt. I Phone calls answered promptly
II isonville Tuesday, after visiting her guest of her aunt :Mrs J. IJ. Davis.A. --. ; A. V. Long IIn.1V. II Harvard -

I parents. :Mr. and :Mrs. A. P- Hoffman, sr.Mv SCHOOL ICALI.V' reported. good luck among the EXAMINATION FREE
I for the past week. I). Andrwes & Son buy from the .\ f \IIOIiI finny I tribe of Spring Lake Tuesday.:
largest dry !goods house in Baltimore, Elrner" La/.one with a party from ,
:Mrs. E. E. where they buy right. The :Methodists of RaifonI, and town tried tried, luck nt Viirnen Lake -
Mrs T. II. Dover and
manuel will have n big rally, beginning Tuesday with \arying HUICISH.IIO.NOK .
[Hardin, of Hampton, ore spendingthe .
evening and closing - -
the home of Mr. Capt. ;Murphy, of Hampton, was attending Saturday ---
[ week in Starke at Sunday. This rally will consist of : KOI I, UK \DKOIII
j and Mrs. J. R. Dover.K :: to bu.ines affairs in the city three sessions: One nt Raiford church tOlI.NTY: IIHill SCHOOL.Ml"lll Andrews' Stable and Mitchell's Drug Store
Monday
on Saturday evening anti two at Kmnn- ;MONTHFirnl
K 1'j'j Messrs. S. B. Woodard, Porter OufK eel church Sunday morning, at 11 a.
Starke Florida
of Jacksonville,
J. W. Bat- Rawson Davis: ,
Arthur Bennett and I
ford franklin
with his m. anti 10:!i( p. m.lion..James Grade: Lois Colley, ,
ten, of Theressa, were business visi- spent Sunday in Starke parents II. Paulk, of Jacksonville William
.
I lt rs to Starke Saturday- Mrand :Mrs. J. R. Davis.C. will be the speaker at these Second. Grade : !LuciliJc.hnn, I.cttie' I Call and see testimonials from Lumbermen large

''i!) meeting1. Dinner on ground. Everybody Edward' :Marv Lee Wynn LOIIII N' w- ,
:V' Spring and summer millinery now R. Alvarez" of Jacksonville, was invited.MKS. mans Harry NJewcomh Vivian Bryan, I Corporations Horse and Mule Dealers Fire Departments
,
being opened" at Sternbcrg's. In Starke Sunday renewing" acquaintances Eli.o Jrtnes, Carlyle Ritch.
with his many friends.Mr. : ;. STEIINB61UShN'IERTAINS: : ; Third. Grade : David :Mitchell :Morris and other Veterinarians.

Sergt R. P. Turner returned" to UtilloKe, :Miriam Ortagii". Lm.. deMnoru.
Camp Wheeler Sunday after spending ) : and :Mrs. C. A. Rowand Misses :Mrs N' Sternberg delightfully entertained : ;Mildred Ito heist., Elizabeth: .
a few days in the city with his :Myrtle Sheldrake and Inez Anderson thc Indies of the Sowing Club William!)
parent, ;Mr. and :Mrs. W. :M.[ Turner. motored to Lawtey Sunday.A at her home on ;Madison street Tues Fourth Grade: Ctussie: :Mae Bennett

day evening. This club meets weekly :Mary Cunova, Bertha Wilson I..la ,
Sergt. W. :M. Wainwright, of Camp large stock of shoes just arrived, at the homes of the different" members: I'oppell, Owen (irifJ n. '
Johnson, Jacksonville. spent Sunday in known as the Carroll Adams shoes, and is an event looked forward to. On Fifth Crnir and Lower Sixth : Leon

Uarke with his parents" :Mr. and :Mr. at A. D. Andrews, Raiford. thin occasion, 'besides the members the Kite. Hugh lirownlee, Laurie Tornlin-
N. D. Wainwright. flub had the pleasure of entertaining son, I.o".it..1'rIlr.'w", :Myrtle JnclJ[ !''' .
._. ,' .'m : GUY Alvarez returned to Jacksonville Mesdames: w. If. Graham, II. t'. Frances Colley. Thelma Dyul fore SiM- SELECT PEANUT SEED

.. Mr. Perry Kite, who is stationed at Thursday morning after spendinga Hlt'har.lnnd J. f.:. Wilson.Refreshments trunk. Vnnili Williams, Ituth I'oppell,
, Camp Wheeler, is at home on a fur- short while in Starkc with relatives. ; consisting of a delicious Lois Williamt. -- -- ._ - .- - --
"' of Bradford salad course chocolate and Sixth Grade : Charley] JuhnM.. J.ul-
> :Mr. Kite is one
|.-lough.'County's volunteers. I Mrs. S. T. Dell and lion S. T. Jr., of social[and cream were served, and the lan Canova. Comer Long, i ElinbethUrownlee : We have about 500 bushels of
of the mad
of :Mrs. Dells informality evening Kuth Stevenson, Iris Epperson : -
X Gainesville, are KueH the occasion one of exceptional pleasure Floyd, Amy ;Moore,
Vivirelte
.
Soft phosphate and lime Col. W. T. Weeks.
Phoslime( father
)
[around fine." ) The best thing ever to all. finahIour: ', :Xi-lliu>: Mutt: Louine Andrews select Peanut Seed. We. arc offeringfor

Ivaed to make a big crop of peanuts. Just received n nice assortment" of A. It. UAIi.NEV Eleventh: .rude,.: lorem-e Matthew -

Fine for any crop. Car just in. Prices spring goods at Andrews, Raiford.Marshal Emma Tuwell.Twdfth the 20 bushel
next days at! $2
low. X. B. Hull. A. B. Rodney an aged/ winter visitor Ora; ,l* : Shep Thomas. per j
If : S. B. Denmark, of Raiford died at the home of ;Mr. Jeff John
: Lawrence Yelverton and :Mrs. the city :Monday.F. afternoon after suffering JOTIn
Wednesday
was a visitor to b. Ocala cash with order.
: Tfl I CROSS WORKEKS: :
Zack Roberts of Hastings, were guests from an attack of heart trouble for Itt41J j. o. ,

'Sunday at the home of Mrs. Roberts'parents L. Turner spent the wec-k-end In one week." For the pat five yearn Mr. _. _
A. Card ---- -- -- -
Judge and :Mrs Geo. Starke with homefolks. Radney, whose home i-< Auburn, N. Next week the Red Cross headquarters -
ner. V., has been spending the winters in will he open at two-thirty every"
[en's work shoes at SternberR'a. this city. He had reached the advanced afternoon except' Saturday. Volun- KNIGHT & LANG
:Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman and age of 78 years a short time before teer worker are wanted to assist in

hill left Tuesday for Seminole, whereey Andrews just received a dozenheal his death. making hospital garments--come and
A. D.
will spend several weeks vacationt of horses and mules. :Mr. KaJney Is survived hy three help if you con stay only two hours. Ocala, Fla.A. .
their orange /grove. DurinltIr.: good' children. One son, :Mr. Will KaJney, Sewing machines are needed for the

[otTman's absence, :Mr. W. J. Tillman made his usual bu I- arrived in Starke Sunday in renponse workers. If you cannot lend a ma-
ill attend to the affairs of the ex Mike I Klondes the metropolis Tuewiay. to a telegram advising him of hit fsr. chir.e, will you rent one for the use of
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f1 f '_ three million bushels cently made and permanently [
t- fi-rtiij/i-r, '""'""<-nn' IIt-* and the ]1"- On -andy -oil, whole a.at"rulimoniii am- :annually) to hundreds of thousands "f'' ports annually of oil, one- lishod!:! for the future since aerial; I tgation .
, , million gallons
and
". girt. ' ! ' 'gill nf! my' +inv<.,tigaliorM' were \pal"- / contents are very low a fertl- dollars 1 in Florida. The castor bean two which quantity is sent to the has come to stay and it, '?,' j
: m rs lihirfl. "-\<-j-l' months igj, locally' ] und li/.ur high in amrnoniu would be pferublc I which ii a gross feeder, penetrates iul third of development is assured "I
I .> COUNTY .\GI :-TS'; 1E1'OItTSj ."I also in ("'-/tam iigricullurul! .] papf-rn. I while on muck land wh're routs, deep into the subsoil, and hence United States. shortage of ships prevents
t :Stimulation, of mtfre.-it in the, rob proper methods of cultivation hat" would catch a considerable amount of Tho present
I of
: .. . ..... ;.. ;' . . . .. .. 4 ; . . i.i I ing nf cattur !ban ill very dc.-irali.. !I provided, that a part of the nmmoicompounds the escaped fertilizer ingredients the import of large demand quantities for castor !:! Dally Thought. i iI
tif thill'' has become available\ t the which would! be lost otherwise Scientific castor beans> and the All the greatest men live In
tg Jackson futility: On- farmer haq' but M>m<' eager promoters It is stated I I heir I
.' of ammonia be di'!- investigations have proven that oil is !growing rapidly. I ,
two thousand p.-a,-h tree* now grow premising' industry> have gi\r-n tl1te'l percentage may oil is the best lubricant purpose! and effort more than It It I'| .,"
fertilizer that castor l
fog and hUH rc'rrntly planted rno mint. out that are misleading IIIHI creased and the phosphoricaciil c 011- the nmmoupiu contents of the It retains its viscositythat I: slMe. for them to live In realllHupI ;
I' easiest and this is ju..tthe that is known.
At tents increased.In leach out ,
in
result disappointment.
f 1 liable to I
than n thousand more.Jefferson it will not break down) at j kin.
I One farmer i iH this critical period of national n<'dsity order to confirm the results of kind of plant food that is most essential ( it, I '
County : under water
I well for the of imviifiial my investigations into fertilizer reo for producing a crop of castor any pressure, not even
success
milking four scrub cows: and U gottii as a.- depressurc, for instance: Whenever You Need a aeneral Tonic''
and
bill. I who aro patriotical, quirements were conducted on big beans. I at any Take Grove's.
his growers
to grocery ; is the
enough profit puy in the air. Hence, is
,'unnol pine land consiting of a light ssiitliciently < high up
'' return. undertaking the industry, we open Again there has been much complaint I
I Another is i> lC"ttilllCIn nvuruK lubricant for aeroplanes The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
i reinforced with humus only practical
Besides traiHing an of'
snub With afford to make mistakes. that agricultural products
from ('ow .
I of $1.50 1 a day submarinesKven chili Tonic is equally valuable
.! I better dairy rows throe returns would of castor beans has, und thoroughly cultivated. A number of Florida find either no market or the I and if the war should terminate at General Tonic because it contain as the I
fertilizers of different
such advlltaltesthat distinctly nature the farmer of the
conditions, middleman deprives
I bo imri'UHodSt. present tonic
largely castor well known propertlesofQtTlo.l;
the of
date, prices i U
used ranking from 2 toper IJ an early I
were ,
I need not he pictured The disadvantages
Approximntolltwelve the prospects well earned profits
John County: beans will remain high for sometime and IKON. It acts on the Liver, Drares
I than they are.Classification cent in phosphoric acid and from 1 the production of
thouHund" acres in the county brighter do not enter into The market for castor oil out Malaria. Enriches the Blood and
to 5 in potash. All ground to come.
will Lo planted to Irish potatoes thin per cent castor Leans. Uncle Sam, the most been Builds the Whole System. 60
lubricant has re- up cent.
At a recent public meeting;; a speak that were fertilized gave better ru reliable purchaser in the world, has as a necessary
I
I year Jackson County: An effort is hrirmade !: er classified the castor bean as a I legume suits than those where no fertilzi offered to pay for any quantity that -

rstiilili.sh a pcunut oil mill inI He even went so far ns to was used.I may he ozered from the seed he furnishes I A . ,._ ... >J.>... .'.A A' .
to "
t I 444"$':-i4-'r ,-S5t-!-e i-s-r !--r5-v Yr.YVrB'V 1VYrYb r Y"V h
I Marianmi, nnd have it in oporntif state that the castor bean was "flxii did not weigh the total amount of at a fixed, price of $3.50 per 'f'
I I before thin season'H crop in ready, for more nitrogen from the air than any, seed raised on each plant but count bushel and has not limited the quan :;: GET READY FOR i
j the market. One- hundred 1 head of hot, other 1<'lCume." Me was wrong.: The the number of pods, which showed an tity. There will be no talk about -
I Riven the >.simultaneous treatment for bean neither belongs to the legume 1 increase of from UJ! to ISO per cent on culls, too many seconds, or overproduction .
cholera a month ago arc all Join nor is it endowed with nitrogen-sat- the fertilized plots over those unft It is true other rections of ;w; THE SPRING DRIVE :
well- Thenhave burn no losses I In ering power. tilized.It the country will be in the market too .
L. spite of the fact that the hoes wri The castor bean (Ricinus! communi) may be fair to assume that tactual but the government naturally will pay .

IPUli infected with the trouble at the time Is! a member of the respectable famiICuphorbiaceac weight of matured seeds would the first money to Florida: growers! as n:t; -BUY ALL NEEDED FARM IMPLEMENTS NOW. i:
which furnishes over have shown even greater diiTcrenci and will produce early matur-
innoculation. we can
: of Day County: A company at Tiny twenty species of oil-producing plan but I was unable to determine this 1Ii1 ity. In the central states castor beans G;t; If price in all lines continue to climb up-and there U :.

t! Head iq i clearing nine thousand! 11I'rpiuf varying in size from low annual fhnts the frost killed the tops and put i an cannot be planted before :May 1, while no reason to doubt that they will-.you will make a con- ;

I hind to ,be planted to figs! and pi. to tall, broad spreading trees, most of end to my experiments.A Florida: may plant the middle of February i: iderable caving by buying AT ONCE. :r
cans. They expect to grow other crop! them indigenous to tropical countries!. formula consisting of 5 per ('ent or earlier, and other point in :. of
in c-unrcrtion with the enterprise There arc! few members of this ammonia, 5 per cent phosphoric acid favor of castor beans is that it is not Then again, you may run the risk disappointment if

Citrus County: A great deal of new group which possess> such eponmic) and 1 per cent potash proved to be tbe! a perishable: crop. The raising of I :,) you put off buying till spring open Stocks in all line r.

land U being brought into (eultivutioin ,a hie as the castor bean, which is i I a I best combination for raising cator; staple products and abolishing the : are running dangerously low. t
the 1'lwto I neighborhood this native: of I India, but now cultivated in beans on my ground Although! we ha.1 !system of growing perishable crops I f
G an extremely long lasting dry *pell .!; We till have a good supply, but they are going fait.We .
year. Some cotton will be grown butie most countries of the globe.: has been urged for some time by agriculturists ,
I moat of the land 1 will be used for food Solution of Soil the growth of the plants was materially in the country. The castor '!' want to supply YOU before give they out.
i I
ie crops! and an increased acreage of Castor beans will grow on a w- augur cane.Broward. liversity of soilsIn fact, it seems I to Fortunately the castor bean is not would decide to protect the C. JONES STARKE FLA. y
County: Great interest i iil he' reasonable to suppose that thpy troubled by so many insect pests and i home trade as it has done by guaranteeing t DeWITT - !

being shown in the planning for the vill thrivp on any hind of Florida\ Roil plant disease as most of the tropic to purchase its entire output. I'
cotton and cnitor "cans.'e (.tahlr hat: is not permanentlcovered wltb) crops. It is reported that in some oils I Would Encourage Manufacturing '!:HtH'WN: -$>tJJ6' 4-444+f>$>N"WN>
growers at I Davis arc interested i in vater. tricts the cut worm is serious ob- Still another reason for castor. bean __ ____ __ __ __u_ _ ___ _ ._ ___ _--- -_ --
n
growing peanuts.. The castor beam, being an extremelyuickgrowing ] stacle to its cultivation. The red !spiii culture here is that it would encourage -
I. Clay (ounty: Farmers have Ip'nloinI ', : : plant, does best in open also may give some trouble but i it I, manufacturing in this county and
? < !' their spring plowing and a notable md responsive soils, filled with an may easily be eliminated by using a : factories are much needed industriesin r HAVE YOUR TIRES REPAIRED
i feature of the work was that the Abundance of available plant food and commercial spray- I this fast developing country. A
sky was not clouded with smoke from such an amount of humus as will all-: HarvestingThe castor oil mill might be run in connec- ,
burning rubbish grass and week lure sufficient. bacterial action I to I harvesting' of the castor beans tion with a fertilizer plant. I II : I have installed the latest improved vulcanizer to

Every: follow who had one used 1 a dirk l tore sufficient bactesrial action tiring 1 Is one of the most expensive phases c of I There a crying need for n. fertilizer and handle size tires
equipment can now any
or cutaway harrow to cut under all \' : about the chemical changes that handling the crop because of the gT..at'I factory in South Florida which i my
vegetable! growth before plowing, am ara necessary for making quicTowth. ] ''I amount of hand labor necesary. The i could utilize the natural resources, , up to and including 5 1-2 inch. Do not throw your

those that did. not have them borrowed. !cards are contained in a thre(>-lober fish .shark, loggerhead: sponge, and I worn tires away or sell to the junkman for a mere
Thr day is coming when a farmer All quick growing crops require for piney capsule, each lobe holding one muck that could he bacterialized. A
will be ashamed to have his neighbor heir building up nn abundant siippl : jecd.l When ripe, the capsules ppl fertilizer plant could, easily> be equipped pittance, but bring them to me. When you Ret them
smoke curving from his fields. of moisture. Therefore in castor! hear with a sort of explosion from the bottom -
t ace I with machinery to shell the beans hack they will be Rood for hundreds of miles. Low-
". Nassau County: Farmers are preparing rowing preference !should be given to upward sometimes throwing the and to extract the oilThe castorpomace
,r' to plant the largest acreage to a soil with good moisture containing seed to a considerable distance.To could advantageously be used est prices hest workmanship.I .

food ('rOIS1'1' put in in this county ,'niiacity! avoid loss of the seed in the field in the manufacture of complete! ferti i have for sale some seconds in all sizes, which
!Madison! County : .\ manufacturing The muck land i is producing lure the fruit branches should be cut utT n-i Hz,,)'.
plant hits' .bi-en bought and will be converted items and a Ilrf'lItlmolnt of Ion soon as the pods begin to pop open will he sold cheap. See me before buying
into one of the biggest peanut urface, but sandy I soil, r"inf"r"dwith which will generally bo about four That castor beans hllnot become
will months after planting. the 'ed.! 'rh'gathering '.. a staple crop is t i due to two reasons : 1
oil null in the South. fertilizer; and humus, [prolure -
:Marion County: Inoculating hog a greater quantity of .seed. of the spikes should) 1 I., dor.everal ., )low prues andtrong competition. Slarke Vulcanizing Works
i against! ,choli-ra" and handling the nitrate The noil should l h,' prepared in "I..b. ) 1 times a week, when the ran- Th I p-ice, of, $1 I per bushel whit h was
situation has been the agent': II I way that the seed will Il"rminllteqllj'kly. uples, or pod, arc opening freely. ,ulTVi-i. .1| |I.y the "m.inuf.iclurer-, castor STARKE fLAp
chief work. that is it should bo so lint f We are not certain what'I"t of .11 dd not, ti-mpt" the farmer., and a BURROW, Prop. ,
fur It I irirt-:: supply of ca-tor: ., bearWei. ., -'nt
indo beans the o.rnment111 -
Lee County : Farmers! are plantingcorn that the a" "d I. when planted+ comes teed /( ,- -- -- -
and the acreage will he larger :<" contact with the soil. ni
than ever before Much interest> i ill Helping the Seed to Germinate, not pop open easily, in fact It .

shown in planting castor beans. When planted the castor bean gerrrnates sometimes takes some effort to fret" ___ ____ _. . _ -_
t thick the seeds from the hulls, and thrash. .IL ____ _..__. ....._ ,_
Manatee County: A great many; very slowly owing to its
boys living in tho small towns are Interested oat and the preserving properties of lag may be necessary..
in joining the pig club. :Mos Ihe nil which defer the chcmicr When harvesting is done on a smn

,,1. t of tho towns have an ordinanci (al changes! that. have to take pine scale the pods may be gathered in a a Tractor Demonstration
.1 t: against keeping pig within the city; "efore the !seed cnn sprout. Sometime)! sack and put in a hot place. for 1/1- Avery
N" ti. .+.. limits but in some of the towns the thp seed! lies for several weeks in the stance on the top of a galvanized iron
mayor has promised not to enfom round without germinating I nor' roof. When the pods pop open the acctfalls .1
t the ordinance unless the pigs become her to lengthen the season betwieo to the bottom of the sack :and the

objectionable. |nn'H! will raise hog1 ,."ible frosts quick and even germirtion lulls, may easily be thrown olT.
' for meat feeding them the refuM of the seed is desirable. To hash- In India the separation, of the branfrom Postponed to February 16thThis

. from truck cropsUaker "'n germination nearly boiling wntehould the pods is almost p'hl-I\.ly
!iii County: :More than live' time; be poured over the seeds on lone by hand. Women and 1 (childre+
I. f an many boys are enrolled in the conclub t hey should remain in this for ahitu pound, the seed with wooden hammer-.
r th'i year than there t were Inti wenty-four' hours, the temperatur. In this country a number of lobo.
year. lig-olub membership is also !sting. gradually lowered to that of tIntmosphere. saving: devices have' been illv'nl'd.and postponement was made absolutely necessary owing to non-
r
showing an increase.! With such a trcatmen are employed in thrn-hin ? anti
i.,;, eSiito ('"unty. Truck planting! lie beans will sprout within a few ieparnting tho beans frum the hulls. arrival of the tractors and motor cultivator in time for the dates first ad-

:t his year will be largely confined to ays. Cost of Product vertised.
:" the substantial crops, such as cnblmge. I'liinting the titans The question, that naturally interests : -

-' onions, potatoes and beans instead, uf l lso Remember the comtor bean i ia rvurm farmers, is that o fhetrplitoKT.\. When the
these machines reached Jacksonville
many cucumbers nnd watermelonng hence it cannot Ie eats farmers is that of the profit to b. car containing ,

10 formerly. Some farmers" are disinfecting \ l.inted,.season safely crop before the danger! fror expected from raising castor beanThree I brrown .,... more than a week before it was due in Starke it ran into a freight con
.. i is that they can
question
seed and many are incrensing t. We therefore, no
is ;
i frosts
j tho acreage: planted to stapled advise illing! that planting jm be l'f"I're.lul1tiJ : in Florida: and, as long as th' gestion which held it up.
crops for home supplies. Castor bear February\ anti after ttle government will guarantee a price "r i
1 growing It attracting some farmers. the round' middle has been prepared just as (,Irefully $;::10! ; per bushel, raising castor hear.'; Every effort was made by the Avery people and the L. B. Skinner
I'nlm Mach C"ulltyIl"nt... fur other If the bmi will be a well paying occupation. I Is Iti
'I the bureau of Crop Estimates; have i not as soaked for ill suggested crops. above, i itmay i i. doubtful whether we will be aide'" tn Mfg. Co., to get the car through to Starke in time for our demonstrationbut

been gathering: data of I the crop acreage be planted two weeks earlier. compete successfully! with the VoslIndian t these were unsuccessful.The .
markets who very
the east coast from 1'alm un,1fdcnn
on
: 10'1' distributing: the seed, i\ corn plant
f lleat-h "out hwnrol. ')hey; estimate the bo used., peace is restored, anti Oriental countries -
of ,' r properly adjusted; may will over-balance the handicap of machines are here now, however, and ready for work. An
, acreage tomatoes at approximately Tho quantity of seed, required to .
\ ) i.. !>"irto, an ,compared with it,00: < after phll\t nn aero depends upon the il he distance of and their markets! by fertile thhooper expert from the factory is with them and everything is ready for the dem
off ,' labor extremely
anti normal
the frvezn last year a and the number of(
of the rows
and tan.'o oil. But at present and perhaps fomo <> onstration. This will be held
IT.Oiio. (Cabbage potato ncreage.swill eel l-4 that tire planted to the hill. Iftwo I
be largely increased. seeds dropped to a hill and years to come the war prhpf
_. nre !
-- -. ---- $:l.f 0 a bushel ought to pay the cistof
or >
distance!
t K.MSIMi: I: ; (.\STOI 1IKANS': : ,III'fight ie henna feet planted in each direction at a ( and thi production for the and farmer-leave a "pl'n.lttmnrl.in On the Paul E. Canova Farm

IN: H.OKIIMKxperl \ be the number offt
"' ema to proper
estimate which 1
According to an
o' ; Gives: Full Information n* t.1t ) one pound of beans will be re have made a castor bean plantation; of( Two Miles North of Starke
g 'juiced 1 per' acre ,
; t lies Mflliixl-1 of Culture .and Confrrniiiir Cultivation/ +ay 100 acres, where a farm tractorcould
I :.Nature of l'I.lIIt- irlplant be used, would require tin cxpeniture -
ireat, I'oMsiMlitiiNBy Th. castor bean is no exception of about $10 per acre from the'
S" life, and hence responds to prop. hinting of the seed to the harvesting Saturday February 16 1918At

it\ ,s ( IJr. J. Peterson Farmers' Supply .'r cultivation by quicker number growth of prul-j and.. of the beans ready for market and l It ,
',f Coml'lIny.1inmi.: .) th ie> setting a greater:: lay be reasonable to expect n crop ."i...fnt
J, The government has point I out tl.r Although\ the plants may grow wilh- 'l least thirty or forty loll *.hdI" i I' this time and there
place tor entire
i I necessity at raising castor! beaus! for "tit much care most satisfactory re- :ere when land is properly preparedultivatcd ,, you can motorize your
,r./ sulllcentquantities : ilts will be obtained: only when propmethods and! fertilized.I'rospccts will be demonstrated the
the purpose of obtaining of cultivation are adoptedlie "; Avery farm work. You can plow your
of castor oil to be used as a 'r of the Castor IWan IndustrtIt
.,. lubricant in submarines and ..IPIM.Jilanes. stirring of the soil is desirable weeds\ for need not be explained, tint, th,' :idition 5-10 horsepower tractor and the ground and disc and harrow it
'. The appeal to p.it.'n.ti.-.m; hisliPrn he purpose of holding, the Inheck of a remunerative!> and tit
accompanied by the olfer to furnish and increasing capillary attracan. ,reation of u new industry would 1 ben Avery Motor Cultivator. These with an Avery Kerosene Tractor,
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seed nt cost and to purchase! theentire advantage to Florida and the ooun- machines destined
Cultivators with broad, teeth tearing are 'to work a then plant and cultivate your crop
{ \bran crop raised ihcrcfrom at ry at large.
-0 '_ A price of 61 ,">() per buOiel l s'tlnv'.nirfarmers : \qt the earth to a considerable deptrul 'The castor bean is one of the plattie { revolution in Florida farming. with an Avery Motor Cultivator.An .
and!
.! leaving the soil uneven cxawd of U .%-
. '. where neccsarv, t- pay for I successful growing which d
,"t the seed Loans out of the Top whinmarketed. to the agencies of wind unit hand surv :rmined not so much by roil as l lor Don't forget the place and
III' injuriousOn the other ..lunatic' conditions. And the superiory > Avery Kerosene Tractor

., I It is to bo hoped that n grmt number -lallow i ult u a'ion-stirring the it in ullthr"c of Florida' climate may prow. to,) will do all the heavy with the date. Every one is in
inches, deep anti putting n worn
of farmers will avail themselvesof hl'l'ddinl\ ( factor in the future ", .1'thp
this generously offered opportunity Inc loose state-will favorable conserve condi-theoisture castor bean industry. the exception of planting and cultivating vited. Come and see these machines
anti that 11 large will be plant- and create The quick growth and early mnttiry -
1 acieage i in
actual
r ions.. for the quick growth of th of the main crop of the castor beannablos the row crops. The Avery operation. ]It will

ed.Although castor l In tins have bwn ans. ,' the farmer even on land th.it Motor Planter pay to investigate them. Avery
'C< crown in Florida for some" time, there Fertillialion ill i subject to overflow to father at and Cultivator now

.7 U compnrntively little definite, information Castor bonus must grow rapidly to least one crop Heavy rams may makes it also possible to plant and machines save expense; save hard
'.$. available in regard to raising produce a profitable yield, and it ir'nlity :liango the soil conditions to such niiKtent ;'
. t', .. ... them on n commercial scale. umlersln> that the plants will that the growth of 'he tr < cultivate with motor power. work and save time, also raise
\ About two yt;ni4 ago the writer had hritr. best where an abundance of will be checked. or prohibit.1 I. but m bigger
f{ an opportunity to study castor bean amiable plant food in present. contrast with the more tender cropuch '-. crops by enabling you toVlth
r culture in the a liirm.in i African colonies Two applications, of fertilizer, the as tomatin-s and branthe d'I., \ an Avery Motor Cultivator do your work in the right
and Inter mid: ..,n,.. enervations I I'st one put on a few days after the Ire in favor of the castor.. 'loan. !. way at
of the cantor bi an industry in Italy dents have conic up, the second threeieks heats greater r"'I.-lanc(' to stand r and an Avery KeroseneTrac- the right time.
anti Dritish India Virm-ultural. oondi- \\'. later, will give tho plants II i Wlltt'I'.
tions in those .-<.imt"c<, however, are """d start. The first application may Another advantage in raising ca-
I .o diiferent from, t h.'p have to )m nbo'it two hundred! pounds and the ',cans i.s that :r. Deed not antrfo'o.
deal with in Florida, : th.\t a copy of the .'oind l three numbed pounds> per acre with other crop Progressive farmers STARKE HARDWARE COMPANYSTARKE
method successfully adopted there It will be best to apply the fertilizer planted la-t year II crop o1"c<'n-ii
might prove to be a failure here. In In a ring around the plants, the first stween the row, of tomatoes -horti FLORIDA
agricultural lines it i U found l that bout four inches from the stem. The D i:before, the plants! were matured. ,

Florida hits problems of its own. Ping of tho second application .should I Thl.. system! can also be adopted in Bradford for
. II Chen I arrived in \lade county the have a larger, diameter than the first the raising of castor beans County Agents Avery TractorsL.

;; y; prolific growth of castor beans attracted -aay about eigHt inches from the Rats Penetrate the Subsoil:;
: B. SKINNER
., my attention. t conducted Item. Thus it will be placed| where The waste of fertilizer which ro- MFG. CO., Dunedin, Fla. State DistributorF.

f ;., some systematic experiments with, this the rowing\ feeders will take it upmolt I IIlIlts from improper methods of fertization -
for the of Uetem.mlna" !
I )\ plant purpose and from leaching out amount

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I "utittK.MI' tho) 1'pth ,In)' of January A. O,
: WOODLAWN PARK. SIMIMAIS1NKMliril SINK 1 1'1'. in fu> iir of N .1 .l lolitu. tin cntniilninantiin.l ) ) )
&THE ADVENT OF THE 1'I'S.N: InoIIW\'ED;:; I : Well'Armed"!! nKituut) Vnnlr K: Itul'llmon) J. 1'. Kuliin

F-.III I \in) "\ ('I'Il, Ii,..".0 nnil Ii. C. a.nrl'"hI "

:Mr n. F. Sanders of Jacksonville. 1.omit'ndt\ ,: T'>'. I rt'lantl!. Ft-li. 7.- Thi I I. I ,1.l.. llillllltM.II. uii.li) ,,.,,i-ixii.' il I a. |>i-cial M..r. will

is \'lSIIIlhiN sister. Mm. N. D. Davithen -. submiiriiuvsliiih i I torpi-iioeil) I the Tu-' .1, i. r", .,"h' in fmnt' <>f tin* .'...rt llintKv dovr

WRAPPED-ON DRESS this week.Mr ciinin wag utt.uked by a dectroNiT Ai .l 1> !tin..i.. I I..i ulii. tluruitf thi- U'ttnl hour of
ill, tin'( 4lh ilny of March. A. D.i ..
1mal Ill
James Phillips, of Thorosfmvisited American ollicn gave an inl mi(11 \I.nhl
''I-I *. ti tin- luvrhii-t) anil hint bliiilvr fur cant
his brother H. L. rhiihps hen that the "u bnHII'i Ill'11" tlt. .lrnviHlThin .
I h" r..l.\sinK ,h'.rI,1 &.. |" )' HUuntPd In
Saturday and 1 Sunday: (l1lI""I'1\" one nf tho lust: ti, ill, .,11.,1' < ,.iml) .1.,1.. n.-wlt : Lots 4,

Mr. and Mrs. Marion Reddish and \o'nthe TiiMiinm I 1Ugnv the Associated \ ", iin.l ". IU..I, til. 1 IAto I I. 1 1, |I. 5 7 and H.In .

Individual Ideas In children of the Vnnderbilt Section. I'I','.-." II vivid 1 account of tin ,,n. liUi.-k)I i..lo i 1 11., .1. lot:i. -I. I.A. -d). ami.1. 4' iiinl In Illork 7, In V Block, All

[ Knitting were visitors here Monday.Mr. disaster r v "h.. ...,\.. dcril'rI lulu, ii tIll! hliifkn I In what taI

Klibhia Kite and ton, of near 'Ihe second 1 torpedo tired 1 by tho submarine t 4t h I ,I.\MI IM 1ln.11 '""Y. In Mrii.lfnril County.

Baldwin wereibitmjj his brother mis-cd its mark ho said I. I :.r..II. aa .r '1)111) n I plat nconliil In book
177 of thi pulille rrcordti of salt
on faun
Accessories here Sun ay. Thereupon a destroyer whuh was Tutor/ rnilfunl" County, Iloritla.

:llr.ndr..w IlilliarJ, of Vander behind the I liner d.ii-hed off toward! the E. M. JOUSR.Hixtlul .

tilt, win viMtinK his parents, Mr. amMrs. submarine, u! The tlium j madi- that tbe A. V. 1.0:"I.
II 8. llilliurd hero Monday.We vice. is "III! bol t" Cunip.

.' tire sorry to report :Mr. S. II ala rifle was 'done in" b}' the bum! -, -. l.l.lt

Thompson's family very sick with thus exploded NOTICK OK PI IOATIOV

SILKS THAT FOLLO\V GINGHAMS measles. We! wish them a speedy recoery. Then1l'ri'un officer said: "1-\: .'1'\ ni.parttni'nt of th Interior. U. R tanil

thing went well with \Iii during) tluvoyatri' .'ITiiat 4:.lolhi.) ,..Fin' ,l..n. HI, lull
New York, Feb. 14th.-There is' necessary features of the :Mode 1918Couls Mr. H. S. Hillinrcl ia having a large !Many of our men had novoi S"tiri, (it* hi.,.hv pNin' thnt John Thntnna

i omethiriK quite wonderful in the way r ", That Masquerade% a8 Dresses tract of land cleared! on his farm hero been to sea before and I must say tb)'.''' ,.f I'nk,' Itiilti-r. I- lurlilH who, on NovrmhpiI
America coming to the front in Some( of the smartest shops are I ')i. niaiti' iI.mO'nil, Fntry. Nn. 014 19N
[ is / Mr. and Mr*' 11. S. Norman attended stood< it like\ lIol.liers.'l' were one ol f" i s\N' fourth ..I fourth nrrtlon SS.

[rery line. Undaunted by circumI I showing very clever coats which appear church at Vanderbilt Sunday. a powerful "11\0)'. I nnM not 111' I ....1.I .I' .ii S ( ..Nt. I Si II.: TallahnilM,

stances she accepts: the conditions at first glance to be dresses. Messrs. N. P. Llavis Bn,111. 1". Sand >ou our position in the convoy or how I II.liL1 5511G00 M. .I".n. IIIIH flli-il) noticii of Intontlnn to makai

I made recet kiiry by war and makes There are tunic coat made of two materials era were visitor to Luwtey! Sunday tl.'lIriuu" ships were fornird.l.utou i ..,M' i.,tuition,. I .I'nM'f. to .iwtalillnrt noun lo I 0.'I .
I .1" ill ,rilwl' ', KiKbtrr *
[the best of them. Anything that spellu ] and some) are in rcdmuotestylo afternoon.Mr. >' may take\ it that all tho other , "", i i nun nllh... tla I.ul, on Ilia lut day li.

[ economy thut means a saving/ to help' with slightly Empire waistline and ;Mrs. II. S. Hilliar.l Attended boats b.ivo K"t: through as Car as 1 I When comesthoro Mur- I 1Hi

[ our government win the war 13 eajjerjly One of the most noticeable things is church Vandcrbilt Sunday. know. As for ourselves, well tht company i.t',I )"fl.'. an wln! N'
consuiereil by the patriotic women the absence of the pocket that im- i is no tune to I I 1' > ,,. .( I..ku lOit i'r. MnrlilnNN I
I Messrs Fred ::>app and Pan Johnson Huns I jiuccordi'd in irettuiir only a fnti.I' l I ,, ,if lliilli-r. I'krlIs.. .
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| of the United] States. portuiit member of society last year. of Kaiford visited at the homeof ion of our tine fellovvg III addition. tr xvabtc- no chances to i i I.I. MIof l."k.I.Rko llutl.ir. t"Io.1.Is. .

4 Consirvative America Belts and collars follow the prevailingmode Mr. .\. (ireen last Friday niftht our boats ; but they havo put the iron I lx* taken so mother I \ U.'rthlnutoll 8pl-nu: | KlorlJn.
li! "They say" abroad that we always in dresses, and the materials at into 8oul ,' (((Ill r. W. IJA VI Ill.
:Mr. and Mrs. L. Coo'utl'h visited our and 1 w will Inioad.v. ti sees that then) is i always 1, .'. .-". H.
go into thins! so hard putting our used are those usually relegated to Brooker Saturday and :Sunday.: I repay them! when the chance utfirsMonday of "

whole souls] into the thing of the moment -, the province of dresses' far lighter in I : was a mild IIIICht. II.id tin a can Hut- -F4)ltlcL.o5I'IIE-( :

and it is true. The fashions of weight than the material thought necessary disaster occurred during palo I dou'lIIIe t UIII
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I I I l.i .< i .1,1, I MI) I .luillt-lnl) Circuit .f
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the present day prove this fuct. Conservation for a coat hitherto. rFRTIHOATK: OF SCHOOL M4MKINTSllni.lfonl to think nt what would li.ivo); huppened. CALUMETBAKING I I I I. I.I"!. I.I t',.",

dresses frocks that require I, Knitting a La Mode County Hunk County School IVpi'i Hut Tuoinl.iy %'\'OI1iflg via I .51)1)1" I.I I M.I'..

the minimum of wool arc the order of I These' days, when every one knits. ; (tory : calm.'Iho. POWDER NI
VMI nrc h.noll1.,1" that on this 4th tin)' I I I ,'in- I': rl.illipH.. ( Inn( wir an.l t
the day And! yet they are not frumpish the knitting Imp, ; that is a bit, differentin I ..f Itli) i11' $. th,' 1..lh".nM ttnrrnnu winin" t'i l'lIt, i illlill1nliou0't I h.id: nf ;pus \ V l>"

for they are in good taste simple the one most sought after. Indeed( .u."I.. vitfiird nntl oriliTtd paiti tip the llourvl ul siblo danircr was an ortler for all I I nn'n on hnnil. Cakes, puxdough \ 1"1\ Ilr I"n.''...

and becoming. I' there is quit it knitting bag code at 1'ulilic Instruction' in "''''0 mYftlunE . to 1>TI" on deck with laf.ll'lt.\ *. U wiisabout nutsinulliiis ami! ,I Illit I.1"" '
H. 1OITELL SuiHTlntinilintIfrmUoril I n.) inti"f I i.iriila I.. r K:. riillllpa nnJW
If knits for the Ked !
present one I 4Htl:; I oMock.) At t the same I tinii i ) ,. .
tountyA all noocl t things! to cat I I )., .. I",1.'. .. .lII5I
Red Cross ore may ha\c a hag; with I A. Knlilht. Cl<.rlcnl W..rk.S W.OCT wo fharply it It t'l't'lj our ,'ollr..e.t i;, I Ii I I li.i.n.r 1'1,1'1",, -...") VI ." l.y .ulTi.liiMt. Hint the

the scarlet cross on it. The sewing \h..l.wr.l Honnl S.rvtci'-----. IL.OfJ oVIiuk just as the dIll kness' was set must IK* diessiil up in II.."I. ,",(In.Hi.. ., I 1 I': I Inllli'H. ). nnilV 10:. l-lllllliw.)

ff for the "French wounded" may be carried K:. Douuliu. ,to-----------------_ I"1 tins well in, we got the blow> .N'-; their best taste andlooks. 1 1. ..if. .". "." r.I.l( ', ..I tinStain of ,
of the tricolor and .1, ( McKiic, tb---------------------- *" I 11"l ", In n ml I loll) .1... Hlili-tici.( ..f I'..
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in a gay bag 12t body saw t tho periscope could .
4, K Ii. l'.M'1'i-ll. 5tliiry--------------S; ; nor oiir( r."I"'d.! in iinktiimi! other Ih.. . ..
r' Ir of course, there arc any number of attractive K.: K I"i.i'.'ii. In."h.n.nl.r S.42 have been MTU) \s'eliStunt' .soldiers I i. ". I I. i It l. ,i ,Hi.. I'nllnl' Slnli-B of Ami-Hen antI
<" bags rntide to hold the drab A. S. ninth'| | 'I't'nehing-------------, 00.01)Fth.i described havinir: hoard It IHSHIIII; Then too her reputation \ II.I ) i., .. n.. III-H,n I) lit the Nh...! i.r Mnrlilu thni .

). and Hue sweaters for our own boys. If MINIM. <(lo, -____ u_'___'__ 00___ 70011Myrtln ) hound iminedi.itoly: .befon the torpcdn. n' a cook lust ... 'i. ..f I -.ilip.it. ) upon wlinnt wiiulil' lilmli o'
/ 40.ftlrunk I .1.I r, IIII.IK) mi.I) Hint ml,) )
a tin------------------ .I
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\ h.lip4.A"r one knits for someone one knows personally rhitncoy. tit----------------_ 88.00I1 struck u.. i in I tho cnjrino room Ilc> and & t.'t t tl I,.,0it,. .if twintyime yinm.It '

;- one can knit a bit of red VV MeLeoil. ,l----------------- oO.flllVirvi ) "\\o werr instantly tlunbled.' All ". 1\1.10 on! Calumet 1 I t I tit.I ."..,* nrili reit. ponHtJcreil nnd (.1.

... .. white und blue into the end of the 'IhonnuJ. '.. 1 scarf sweater thus! Riving an individual F: Mite J.'ITrli'S.. .Io---------------- 4".011" C1'J// hUt'. ShcAv/cwsit in"d I \ !I. I'hiMii.i." |hIs| wlf.-. ,In "I"| |"., Ih.
il or H. C F.lwnnlH.: tlo_.__.___________ US.0(1trnnceti ( out sendini! t the troup to their bout her. t ii,t "i, nit"I i Hill ,ir tiiiiiilninl' on tr tunr 'J
,r touch t<> the article.\ :Mtirrlii-o. tlo-_____________ SB.0(1( stations, and I tn get the I life i I boats out wi not disappoint! ) II. .I'l.) ,)lii ..r ",,'h A I P. 'IIIIH.) In ilufnilltMl ) ,
.. = tb------------------- oOOO The hho'k'a" sevenIt the I" t ..I l n ". (IMII eiinfiHHii will l.i* entereilu '
..!. 1 I.. A flavin. (not was iimn )!. a c .n ai.tl: h.t. .
1i".. dl----------------- 8501! I (, '",,. i I Hi.I I 'i ti I I"' liilllim) nnil' %V. r.: ,
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", Kvo; Eppcriton
of ) I i that I went I kiml I of bakings t
.... II ( I ( ) in fooling I .
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,, .... l-ilyth: Hli-llmK. tlo_____________-_..- Sill 'I'Ullhilll 1".11' I 1'1,1'I | h. "If
J :& ;; C. L Scnlf. do__----._.___________ .11.28 I throujh; I I han of a tlnort J"i I I i fnnl t I' "nlrn-il I that tbfa "0'1.' be I II
';ai..-...;.... lit.... M S. Ilnyo. do------------ 80.onAirnw 'llu'rinaturally was a ffoml! C ilum< 't only rauhinnr I "..1 .t )I" o I 'in tl.I .. lIt, .. ).<,1 (',"nty '1'01"1.1. ai. 0. '
VVIkvraon, do-------------- SB.Ofl deal of not I lowera .JI.liI9 .i. i "I' i i iii-lih.,1 nt Stnrki-,
I ? can ) B1.oI1
::='::: 40011) II 'III"I"n. Y"I < theft m hav t"'I I I In "-, for
"0 Sali'til Mercer, do---------------- scorn I i from Die limirhtof ",t\ II.11" .iii'i i '0' .. Ilo .n. t j
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....11.11. Lillk- Simmons' ito---------------- SO on ( lt' hll" approved( olli nllv hv III ' i" '
L :, 'U=:: L II. rnlch, ,Io----------------- in SB an tippoi dock in Ihe tlarKnisswithout if/ S l-'ood) AiilhoiitK 'I,'t' viiii t, ,: :. : ul.i....r. I )linvi* I"'unl. net "' I
sunn.limit I l I ,.,I ..Hi..I, I Hi.-I .1 i.f our 'I
...... A. C. Ki'lli-y.( do------------------ MinnI'linfiision. |btit at no i t n rlr..lt "
.U'.iIiI...I"' .: hi-llnr, tin__________._.______ :2BOII) time was I thi-if, panic. Yon save wnrn fno bu.il.. 'q < t t i n I Hi Hi.), nab ilny i.r .Intiiiiiry, A. l).. t ,

t m :.::. C A' .II I: ,(.,.m;:.. Ill do------------------_ : Til 35011) miKmllie )) "1 her''U'* urtnt I excitfinerl but I il You sine when you sue il. I 'I.' 'I'. WF&KM. "I IW.

= :=:::I Pplnk. d"------------------ 40.00( lasted only n frw' ni i ii Ut i's. Tin n ni I \l I .

...........,,:: KuniciUnlilniinn, do--------------- 40011 til men pulled I .I themselves I I i iMeKaphoiio 10"); I
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,..". Kdyih: vvilllnnu. 110------------------ 40 I" I ".miititlnnnt 2-1.1t
: l nivon I I OM I 'It i 1'
:=:'j U Jenkins do-------------- 40011))) / "Ull11' ul. .
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:1 !: '!../ Mnlv Muniehull do$5.: .")") t II. .hil.i h.ivuii i !; twrl \\IIH n(I II". i -! I. Mill IIIMIKI) i.: .1 I ,

: "-"......:... M M (trim do I -_ -_ 40.IIn i ) that s ..""'I \0111.1 not sink I In.Ion' I l..tt i ..tun"I i.,un I I. Nth Jtiiliclal Circuit otl "
i. "' Full-cloth I tin __._. __. .______ 40011Motile ) ,.1.1 ,
:fj Fdlm ill wore tiiKi-n) olf. In the ) I t .It liui.) If f.iunly I'
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: Iwunlll" JOHM WHITE & CO.
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: = : .I.hom.. ,In---------------, 4IMHI( ) .. Kiitii' ililwonva ,
.":tI".I:'" Elba Clayton .In.--_____u __ ,... WB:. .on) O. S. NignnN uiii. si-nt (ut. LOUISVILLE KY. ;M I
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\ B. Shnw. 110------------------ 701)11Ptifoy :) "lieftirounit' of us had \ruhl"d, I Un,' .li.lin W. Dihuon, i
; Lew l)'. do----------------- 40:on)) situation* I liiilish weiidashini ) Liberal atnortrnvnt for IMvonw.Nollir '
1' rii'rtruilu 'Ihomnit. ila__ _____.._-. 41.00< 1"11 roy.rl full I., A 1'1'| 11
i; up Ilon/si.h'. Suih Mill"I i"I' ; end valuo paid
Millie I'lntt. (I------------------- 71.60 I Ilu, sint" "r l I..H.I.I. i I. John W. (Cllbnn
!line McKlnney" do---------------- 10 OHIllllo ) as h.id I boon lowered in I lifebofttH( \\ .'n- :: ''v I ,t null '

Cmiiby. 110----------------- 110.Oil)) put on board dostroijors. A few men :FlRS ; \luninir In i.. iihown' l.v niThliivIt that I lie \

I Vi-ra Siirrency, do---------------- ami") who had I jumped overboard I in I the tint I''. f, n.liint. .I..In. U ':...n. In a ni.n-riiilili.nt 'i,
Black and \Miitf, >VrapptlOn Dress I.lnie Manthall., do-----------_ :SB 00 r tin I, stiiii) .r I FI..t. '". nnd) ) I Him tlm rvalili'tmii '
brlivrne I I
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I )htiwe l.i-wtn.. itt.. .-_ _ ____ _oo 115II"F.vn ) excitement I t weie |> 'kl'l| up I i Coat .kin' "r ..mil, I I II r'nI" IH nt :'U I 1..1 Avirmiii, ;
of $ilk (anghlm 1't leo Crow do--------------- 17110 (> or two lifeboats smnslifd in - '\ I"..'Ill l.;Ii.. thnt" Ihi-n.I in(I no |iiniiin rvaldinirMI (

I ,H. S. Iiiiwlinii. Ill---------------- l-JBOO aunt hint?. <;ico\\i.\f HOI 'JI'nr I h.' Slut,, of I l"l..rIin. thi) ..'nl.* of a null '
It. t). Shaw do------------------ 70.011) "'lie took off! our Insplt'nlil I,ti on 11)11) '"l wliiuii wiiulil lilnil) mild' dt'ft'tidnntmi (
The new materials lend themselves 1.,11.t..m..n., 110---------------- 7000W I destroyers 1"1 ll"t' to b ,' In 0)1)1st) .I I I.1.1 .n.1 1..r..I"t, In ..v..r tint of ,
.no( style, with pvrfect order 1""IIII.I nie
ncknowlodin 1
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fiiccly to the limited yardage. The cot- 'r. VWi'kii. Itiwnnl I.,. I I "> , i to llI4l'kl't-) I"" nl, \ "., yi niv.
anti rnhnrdinus are very [>. U. Me Hill", w..hlnll..n---------- xn.00Kuby )) "All I this I lime) the Tiisennia WI"hlowly k.,1 gi "WI"I 1. in 1,1h Ii ii Du I ii r..)l.I.I, ),'rod cinnlili'ri'tl clot ".1. ,
ton serge ( I'tirruh do----------------- 4800) .ink ing. 1'or minute I iii/! 11'. :11'''' I pi < ilit.iMi un( JIM, ImO l I h.1) 'inmild I Hi-fi'ndant. John Wl.ilwttn. '
Jatood lookinir and of course the silks < t 1II0..L 'Ihir 1 ratconiT Co.. (lI1flIIo---------- 14.\UUMnmli I into Ii ,- lil'lnt less II !Is lirallliv' I Id i in' :ilw.i\h ,In1in il.i npi.iiir Ilii- 1'.111..01') n Rl t
know whether to .
There is new silk IMnhuUttr, Tcnehlnu. ___. __ 4B.00Amy ( if" I ,
f are wonderful. a i "..mill n.M) I if ,In- i I", nf 4.i.ini.liiiot. Ii.'rn on or (lMro. th. '
n "r.lt-I'r"'I'I"I;
.IIO) or to stick by I snip i I dmof I t tln> .
which Macki-ry. d"4 til if Mnrrh.. II lot . wllnrnuf
iutternetl the enJoyed II. n
f ufti' r gingham! nnd J. I. Union. dn. _..____. ._.___u_.. ::10.011)) mombiTs ()f the crew iirifed that I I we fi'tl. 'h"II.,. I Il'owd.'r.I \SIl't'1'itiVl'lY ,....* tin. rniifi "... Mill I II.* ., nKtlllMt thu ''

f; such popularity last year .1. A .1. I'inlmlnliT. ill----------- UO.00Dillnh stay on board and trust John I liii l'soIeutriiy'rs. t li'll yi'u w.rmH /n.1Ihllrp" iilil) ( John W I,which promi'> to, hold its own this llicllinif. In---------------- 4B.OO:): I I If t tin' pnwilrr ili.r.M. not maki' I II In ) l ml Hint) tIlls nollrti IM
.i. ::::::: | |I" yelled Ibis in ear. r..I.r .
: :
too The. Wl'auf this silk i is Ruby Rnbirtn.' -::::.-: 4000VVIIIii. ) niv & " I I) I'ontily' I
will. J. \V.Vlulf 1.1..1 1..I.rd 'r.I"lr."h
[ gollIl w. I"
year .
'I----------------. 4000) I[ took Ins aihii'r and \ iti'd fur HUl.HII.I. .
( ( VVHllnn- ( S'II my 'i' , | | ) I In "
of UHPIIIII'
(Identical tn thi' weave the gingham\ du...__.._ BO.no) .. H.i. l-Vli' i-H. I 1.1.'JJ. . "I, .t l.rk. laM.,1
I Mm. J. A J I'lnhfilalvr. turn to come tn KO on board) 41)stroyer. I loiioiv) ll.ulilii) I mi.) nirli win for
land the 'luutint patterim are the same. With Hrauk'tl Taml-Vestee C C. llnUxi.) do .__.. .._______.__ 7000Eva ) / ."-'-'- -- --- ., ,- Mii'kHIn Ivu
,
[For thi t-iirK :-;| ring dress this ma- Wlllmnw, do----------------- 4000) .- I %\iiniH I I .I"I ,...r. I ItiiM, hi-munto) nut my
terial *. 'pl.. mini as it will wear cx- Ada Nimmu, Ito------------------ 4000) "No sooner hnl wo cast off, with r liiiii.l) iiinl' MirN.il, I I Ilu. mill of inir t'ir'ult Court)
i | Knitting nrudlis, come in for their Orli- !:Smith do-------------------_ 45 Oil lOt men on I than a torpnlo) WHSIrod COFFINS! CASKETSAnd '.11 1 101 il 1, "'Mli) ilny of Jiuiiiiiry. A. I 1. IDIH.i .
cCl'ding'I't'II. 1..1 Ki.llir. 4k--------------------1)4.0') ) 11 at I i IS. It I IIi 155)',I. Another di-. .'i W. '1'. W
'lhe Dress 'lhat Ki-quircs >o Pu..ten- share or attention and tin-re are all J. A .lorn*, do------------------ 2ISOOMiiml ) a full linn otUndcrtakers' 1\1' JUI. .
.
IIIK sorts! of new fails to make the knitting Hunter.; do------------------: flB:00S Btroyei, daxhed off UIJI'llil\ bombIroppimr A. S .

At it quite the vogue to easier to carry and the yarn easier to A. I>rllY"'. iln ._________.._._. 71 'IBS divice l and I the ,.Inil j was nf- Supplies 7 I II, A It,.nn'y I"I'RFWI.1'lnl.11
pr-l'f' is A. 11m I"" do----------------- :2fi! .USS .erwaiils' niado) that) the u sulunariMi))( bad 1 _. .
and. the wind nnd hold.] t lit 00111111, II' I llrnrsr.Alwnyn --- ----
1-oll.
have om du -" wl'appe< A. tlriilii.r. III----------------- IB.00S )
for." "( I: IIIl.ll? \HIHAN H.M >:
been done
iliut.ti.itnl here i is n splendid, example Satia; ami (;ieurcetle Crepe I). I'mliti'tt do----------------- 7BOO llt
one ___ hand. The lit-nt
the of this style. For the dressy afternoon dress, I Iili" ) 'r Hiimi-i. .10 __n_. __.._____ fll.2B 0.-- on ner- -I 1 thirty); .' :, :t".W: i; Il'V.'Ir.J I will nuulyl
nf simplu-ity I l tin III ; county Julius
| ti
___. _.____. .nilIMnii ) lowt-Kt ,
takes the Ml/i III- Smith.. do -__ 0 GRAHAIVLDr. vlco at the prioen. Sporinl
I Made ofilk gingham, in a stunning! there is nothinir that nuite( do 80.00 'f 1..i",1) ii,uiitv' (1".hl. for .r..r InN

1.la..k.nnd.whit., check the dress can place of satin anti l a Miner' material< Hnti.' Martn F.'lO"'fl) ,do ..:::::=:::::::::- 8000Mm : ) I Thomas and K.: T Stewart made' attention to telegraph orders. I )I .I tin) .)'')', .iil 1.,. ii < nf ,( .lnl' .Itonli. anti.moh. 1'

either the right or the left combined. Imlenl Dame 1 ) I'lisliiim has . (' r' Itlvom. do--------------. nftOO) biisiin' trill to Starke nn intni.) ,),. rli Im.'y
f be closed it u ) "' lon.ly. 4 I .1.I I MI"I ,.. I ill Ih. . ng tllWniid

"side: There aie only two fastening set her i seal of ajipioval on tho tuipar- .W:111.) -II.Whll litikm) ''irlh." ,. Work II---------------_.____...__.-. 00 1.BoKill I 00) Mr II. I D Iliirdiii nnd Hl.:, Rrrjistcrcd Embalmer . 1".1.1".1.Kliunti' In llruilfiird eiiuniy, 1'1.
hold! at ate satin skirt though a costume that ,II. VVllI
the buttons that it .Hi-) 'r'.chInw----------- 55,041ttiiIn'I motored over to StarkiMonday.; .
( ( l.nnir.
the necessary side front The upper half of the is "tied together"-in other words. Crot'y. ,
") I "lsl' I nl I':" 1 1 of Wint uf
.1 i.f "i.v
__ .
h.1
front gore i ismatle of lining! to conBervc that has a touch of) the skirt materialon Hull( o.'ri-nchinir. Hunk( lot--------__ ._. _.. ._.____ 13 fin!)) HHMnry 00Ikira ) visitor I I to Staike Tuexday. [ StarkeFla. ,'I':r..irtii. ) i.r Ml'.ri.urtii,: of I. IN. 'iw|,, R.I .

( the material nnd that is one the waist-is considered better, for 6ti'w.ii..: iki -... ._-__.___ :88011)) 1i"Inrz.: .'"' Jones iH visiting! r..llItiv. L .,'.I 1. I.: nnd run N oil Mini) lino ;1 yiinln, W.
formal occasions. Note the interesting >nnlM. South,*! ly nt nn iinirlo 7O ynnlii.
frock he more around l.a- -
why such a smart can .1.I II KenrlMirinitrh Maot.rIIs--------. noK in I I
treason from only four yards of silk. panel-vc'stee on this .becoming VV7 VVilkt-niiin.. ;T.,nohlnif.-:::.:-:: flJ'00 Ild fri'rIH few iln.vs, In.1 .-- --- HI, ylinln' In piont, nf III.IT I II Ki. IK. 'Iwp.
made cross for II I< .1 1.1.: .- iilMiiit Ihriu-fourth of
I.
( _. .. ._.._. _.. n).00linrii I. "I..I"1'
The tunii may l he fared hack with the little (dress. The ends are left freenntl Myth .Minium.Wnrnn. tin ilu. _.___._.____ .. fllI.OO) Mos.srH. Jim Reynolds: and I II. MWiisilm 1------+ + + 'l' + + + + Cl'..

white satin of the collar and culfs. All | may be, crossed! over either way. Hi,rrm) taw dl-------------------- 4000) ) made I buKinesH trip to Jjirk- + + ,'I1I4KI'IIINK ROHIKR.i.iiiiiitliin I p

the !stitching is done in white an estpcclally This panel is t.rauled', another straw Ins Ti.i.rv. du . 00 4") "'I sonvilliThursil.iv. + l.llliM.; NOTIf'KH I I o .of H.mild rnlnorrn.A .

clever( i idea, ns it tines away that hows which way the winds of MullStnlnliy.!" ) 'Io---------------- 4000 Mr. M. 1. of "Ik. Huller + .. I .l CltIWM..".
+
for l.rnnlinir. is lira .lunni.in,. iln u.. ._- ..-., 4000 1'Iinn.'y.
with nn\' extra trimmmp The skirt Spring! are blowing )) 1)0)) wits Ii'''ro Thl'h.IIY'INitlj I I I r his niocr, -- ----
I.iuin---------- 2.200
of Ifmilfiiril ( u Itis"k. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I.
jq narrow ut the lower etltre, and the one of the most favored trimmmjt 1'H'IICICfll, Miss i 1 ('llMMIHSIHM-ltl' HM KIfinly :
"I'U UI. TAX !IIIld"illey.Ir. i : 'I 1 0
ideas. ( "EITflr ii'iiir,' i I. (hat) und and by.ntiiii
tight two nh"olutely . !! hereon bu.si- \01 ) KIVIII .r
; ecvi an very .1 I W M..rnnn. .r.... Inks No 27.. 11.70 ) ( 'IclIlIIolS: S 'I.0 Ort n ili-rrn* of imrtlllonnadi
I.h\l" Stit lion),. Int. No. 25. __ 11.1'2( n" .Saturday. .I"U ,
y f All 1't'4tfl5 to I tin- "-4tut.' no,1 I int.nil in Ih. t'lri-int I'ourt forItiii.irni.l
.1 I T Andnm-i. Inc I.x: No. U------ :S! OAK Mr Karnie: I ) of Waldo, was ind..II'd '
) I l.unty'' I Inrldii., i ( )' HllUnifii
\'i" secretary of the ISradford Farms .J I I) I'IBC. Inc /No $5----------- .. .::1.r low'inl. .{ ,J, 1 J. '\ ., . of Krailf'irilctMinty , 'u"r..r.
BIG ItKITKII W\lt i\llllllT: burliness Saturday.Mr. I 1)11.) I Ml) It lav of .IniiAiiry. I IIIIH. InriiM.r
.r I D 1'iiirii'. Ine N.I 2------------! .71< I visinr .' rt'iiit) -)"'d to. .yI 'i . :: ; .I ,
SHOWN AT sr.vin FAIR in Kuiford. were business callers yesterday : (' < wife and Mrs . .< an | |,. of .1 Iti MI null liv 7 mimnv ; roriMira*
TO HI: nt the oflirc of the state marketing II.I. t: .Inn.i *. Ine No. 27------------: 276H4I hli Full. I heir Haul* ,1"lt.) forthwith arid. nil I"i.n. 11.mi,.liiiiiiint I nnil, IIgUi not II. I Ifoilu n.
Gainesville Hut-
.1, C. llniili )num. I Ine No $7-------- ixon motored' uv.r ) I':i.lyn' llinluiH "1. wlfii, ) Mm.I lloirnnn
That the Florida State Fair nnd. Exposition bureau., Urailford Farms, as K. r Stump. Inc No. lallnnk ._.._._____ 8KB urdayMiss. person. hnviriK i ,'Iair.l I 4 lvnin,1 I I hiMititl nnd, II It. llointan' hi J.nnl..r liuahanil. nn de--

. which will lie held in Jacksonville i is well known is the Florida State nf 1llIrk... Int. No 1 ... ____.__ an IBI Anie (iraves Sitturd-iy stalln rr r"'u|) (' t'.1| tI I f'I't'n t them r."ln.l, tin- "",, .."...'.1. an CmflhIIl'flel'S.
.
I" Prison Farm. At this time there are Hinry )V'nrniMi. Ine Nr>. 24 __ _n'__' 7 HI I.f iluly lutl'nt'uh..I.I within i i nw yi-ar .I:I ,.lfi.r and, ,mil I .. front of Ihu Court llollna
from February :2i(! to March white 3 W. Whit A Sun lni>. No. 15------ 1 7BI morning for Savannah, il. when' Hfio from tln-y l.ifor- I I".1. ...rk.. loridn.. "Iurl nit th,. loud' ..r. ..I,. on
,
9. intlusKe will lie much greater than 500( inmates of whom IfiH are ; C Jnnmi. Inr Nn II-------------- 108 will visit her brother, 1. A. .r wi ; M"nilny thi- 4th day nf Munh A. 11. IBM,
ia antiripated hy a number of Floridians including nine women in n total ofseventthrec .1. W. M.iriritn F.-.- llookw. ? n. H ... 1.fift CJ; raves. l'v"rurrl.I.. January :!/, I !91 IHMKS ,.. thi. hIgh...( and hnit lililil.-r" for canh In
S finvli'. TinrhlnK No. 21 ___ IB 00 I" 1l\ N'l'S; : : .
the announcement ; women. The health of A -- Miss) Motel MiKinm-y i is visiting WAllnN.Alminii Hind I thi. followlnir .1'r rbI( |inipi rty altunUI
is shown Lv I
I' ',,;' made by Genera! Manager! H. K Han- the prisoners has teen unutuallyCood II. f: P.lwnnLi.llavlu.; I do tjll:.-No.--:.K-:..:= IB BOOr 00I her Muter, :111.1111'ln.: at IlaxtiPtr I. |ll''ea34'I.| I l-'jr-lt.
afour who is now in Washington! during the present winter, notwith- I. Si'' .)?. do No 14 .__.- ._..__ 18.76 : : I ) 'fUkH "Pond, is \Vlrr'n. ( 22 ....1.
,: e. secured the standing the cold weather. lit..... M S Hn. 'i.).. \1 Nn. 118.. .... 10 OilSnl. the'ol"H11" lyul.(' Mabel and KtbelJyrd : J %V. ANI'RFWH.(
that he had
to the effect I'urvig to have some I !.")In M.......... ilo No. 20______. __- SOS h: OK) l.l'AltlilVN H-\l t: fir I.AS I II W ANIiKKWH, Jr.
Capt. expects this week.Mr 1lTI
big Britiih war exhibit for the expo- I. II l-utrh do No 15----------- 276M .r.
, 1,000) acres of land in cultivation thiH Nn Ron H. made 'businessrip U AMilIKi ,
sition. M Uriffw Ho 17---------- J. Surrenry a Thirty iliiyn) IIr'r ilati' hi.r .i,f on ,. Ait 1hpIHIh Cvmmlaslontr.
h This exhibit, which will cover anf year, with corn white and sweet potatoes Him: rinyti.n. do No.: 19--------_ 15.00 to Stiirke Sat I rdlY. liny ..r Mnrrh, l 1)41) l I". I will iir>|ily ,, thilli A. V IflNCi.:
) feet will rice. peanuts velvet beans, peas, A II. Shnw. do 1'1... R __ '_.__h_' 2'. Oil :Mr. J. C Harry made u business trip I >nnrulili.) litii; A. I," ('...n'Y linlifi ofItrHilfonl hoi for ('' ''
area of ..OO square space I.,illtr frunliy. do No. 10___._____.-. 1000 "I"'r. hi. i.fflciIn Ihn 1.1.1.1U
f be transported to this city in five CO- Ru ar-"lIne and a variety of truck. The 1"fliviI" ...*!.. do No. 2------------ 1800 to ..In'k.onvilp: >,lay. (I['>iiirth' uiM fnuiity> In thv f1.rflh.Town of SHirk', llraiirnnlniinly

foot baggage cars, and was! only secured 'farm produces most the meat consumed F C Wnrrt-n. dn Ni> a------------ 70.00Fmnpiii .Ifhn and Kldon ([" ., fur nn (IrI.'r t It nt privateIK'I rt'i: lif f.l'AHIilAN fl\K|
; 11"R.rH. .1.1" ..
r :::: ::: : dayn)
.
by the having at this time some 2J.OOO( Mnv. do No 3- 8750Mm pleasant visitors here : thiOne.Ninth uniliviiliil, itit4Tifit rnrh fifHilii .I. ilotihvrcur, I will)) apply'
at enormous! expense . l-nnrii-ll., ilml No. S------ 8000Mr Blxt"n thn """" ,. A Cnrdlnpr,
besides .1. C. ..,. .111. .
pound of pork in storage, 'r N"w."n.u.h) Ni w m. anil AlUi Niwnm r"u..t
evening.
who realized its Sunday luditinf (
fair officials DO.OO .unty. Horldn.
tate .. F: K. Stuck do No. I-------- I .
value as an added attraction to the some l..OOO) callora of cane syrup of ()Ii.. l toy. di Ni>. 1 _____ ..u_____ IIII.OO) Quite' n number) nf the younger folkrt ,Si wmiril., M'n.' ili-ri h..I.."(.,.il.of In 1'itrUr n ml ,Ni.wnom thi' fnllowlnir anil I.n.r.fin (I4:"' '. ,"'I"( "' I'rlv..h'' ,"le tho On..r".rt.un'lvl.'rd
.
'
educl1tionateature\ which a larrel or more is consumed lain I'iM-k. iln N" S------------- 8780I here attcndinjf bnpti/itiK, ) at ton irribril) laniU lylnif) anil' In Inir In Itrnilfitriliiiinty ) lo'pr.I i.ni-l Of Hull I1..n. .
fair and us an : : lan I : and li.r." 'thy Hunan. M, ,..
N 16------------ 1500 of
The prisoners are substantially > tl M-lliif. dn ;' Moriila ftits,. ln Mtaki.n 1..lIn .
diy ofternoon. ) tn.wit n at a
Sunday 1. .
world every
{concerning! the war. VirirliKnirim. Ill No U.h__. ... 34.60 Llk. 1..n. Itirrannd. In and lo the follow-
the fed. even in full compliancewith I I.v.: Hiirifs of Starke, filled! his "ppointm"lIt Hirtmn (Mm Misty .h.ln" wml of NorthiB.il"nrn ins. ,. 'lun.l .
}' The decision tn endea\ >r to fret llraiiri.nl Co Knnk. Loan No-------- 30.on ( .*r '.r Sitiiin, tjri"I. I7i.I. Knuth .IH.I twll. A Tract of land
fair the requirements of the federal (') Light, nml Water Plant Vu. 318.30 here Saturday' anil Sunday T..wnRhl. b.'uilnlOI" al a brn.h run from North
[British war exhibit for the state y .., ICany' ( I F.:. anil' phnlnN) ..
foe No. 1___._____. 880 Uf !1.t I South' mid at the Houth-wmt ( of l..it
fed I ndministration. r. M. lI nn.tI. delh lrtl'rl'utting sermons. .In. Wml 'I'w..nyhIiio, Ilu )Hny 'ul..r
at > nft
%Was reached several days aero a eon 'rinl'r .rrn'ry) "wn.'.1 by J. 'r IIU
.limit..r No 23------ 14 17 | (
runninK.orth
Ki-nnnly' :
fference between A. P. Anthony F. C Under. the direction of Copt. I'urvis, ,Wail.Jnek (;i.o'ti ... Wr.i.il I S... 27___. h n_ A:00Millie ) \rs. Surrency is visiting her rhalfiH.. In H.t.ehaina... (lIe,'to. lhvnti( .:110 on Strum ) four hln.I.. and i lirlit( ,r..1 Thi-ncw
I Inn Tw..nty
A. F. Perry and Mr. Hana- Bradford Farm has become in the fouryear'4 Wanl Jnnilnr Nn 3 .. ___.._ S2 80Inhn Itrookor.: I) ( 1,11'. I".nnllI'I.n ,. .' si'I < ., and thirty | Thcneiloinh -
Groover. l I of Itnnvi.in
( latter instructed slate it w.i- triatid. the mo.ll.1prl"un f (Hniwn. Id.fnnil. No 11--__ 7B..OOI :Mrs. lien'nn of (!eorjria, IX visiting I I n. K ,' r .T..wn.hl muri.lh or IIH-I ... four, htindrid nnd i-iuht, fist. TOrn
fourde. and the was South. , (' Fm ItnolM No. 21 R.00 .r"I.t" .hO no. t.h: 'tt :l. h.'r.' and, thirty fm-t to point of
estal,li-hrn t "f th" Y. Ilillmn 0 her aunt *. Salem. il( hv) I iirU-r anil I wifi. to Mr. I.V I.
Ily N"w.lm
immetliately. her.11
{to proceed to Washington ,ntrolci 1W ,\ Itowln In.. Ine NI.). 21_ .. 1KHII) li.th': jBlnnlnB. Ainu hcvlnninv' nt the run. of thotrnnch
( This exhibit has only been, shownin The prison i II"j.\ 1' ''b- "t'f " ..1] 11.. \1 I .ntrnt! srii'tiiidr' C..1 Ine.. Nn. 83._._ 3401 Mr (k'org" Hurry and little dauiher I 't\r\ thw\tm,, nnil\ ) Ki-corilfil hy Jr'il In ilatfil Itonk l.1 ri-timary.n., n initfi.I ,;" running, frm North to South at a
and. ii of (""mnn- "nn, i \ : lni. 11.11.), flunk 'Int No 5-------- 1001 Thelma wire here on business onIonduy. ('joint nn Hiatlon unit runtime Rant: and W.t.
and,) Washington; : SI'VIIO' I Milltl\ \ euntMlninK) Ill arnn nmn1r )
York .
[ New Rat whi IIInv 'I l h "",.H..t| ( .. Knnk "fayment No. 22. 1'IB:. .00rinn ;\ ti Aluo b >. ) :, ) Wmt of tH-lnii Ihe Houth-wi-nt corner nf th" old
in Kiwhty )
'something entirely new to the peonleof ' MHxii-r, ri-nchnir. No 0..____._ 3R/ .00n ----. _ _ )'..rth-a.t MM. enrntr.I..nln.... (.. ) 1231..h.ln i 'I'..Fwniihlpi leryl Ili-anlry lt. 1".ln. a plot' of land. Two
;k''o'
i I
iniar'
this! .section i,>f the country I \ ,.. % d Io "" 4---------- 20.01)i :: MI I ; Kanw I$1 lil E.: anil' :tin) f.-i't ind 'Ofli"iijrr orr,. .. In a "ua.".. Also
: I i I
run
.
will include] all the armaments i I; ( .I"Y: ;: ilu Ni> J7. :::::::: : 2800I' : HI' I 1.1 nno OCr,-, cumini'nclnv( nt IOu Northman corlTr.'i.il -
The exhibit 'nwr..nl.. II'. No 15-------- 3180M" To l 'Ihe Tat l'uy.' of lirudford M n |,In' of tivtrlnnlnif. thorn. S'h ''IMII,. r-.t.,.. !. M"ry '.. ll"1'" '..' and runnlnn
hi Wrat )
I fm-t. thi-nei' "
huge tanks. gas: protectors ,I. .rCi.' IniNo. 2)1.-------) 830 County I'h..n.ncr,. Lest !H.i-t to thitKiInt Nlrlh..f .t.. 1..1, yinrdn to Ilu. ,.1,1! !!.. W. l.lvlnic-(
knells run=. mnnons and .other paraphernalia I I I', i i.'I 1, Ine No 1 .- -- 2R7 books will clone the first Imrlnnlnic line down Ihc run if thi. llranch. Tlu'OMvint
( T 4ktedJACKSOMVILLC'.fUt : :: ::: The tux In Scetion 1251./ ) Townnhlp( ?', Mouth of Kunu" (Jo.. hundrid
and and
British 'tv foe J, 2 21 41I thirty I.IKI.I '
the ( )
by rv x nm. -- -- -
used( of the law "'in K:, contttlnlnir' l 29 aertii mnr or l In .r.
. I f'" Hank. N. ((9--------- M.17l lay April ax Iirp.tl.I'leRRe I. Th'n' South On. hundred and . French armies In France and BelgiJiMnnd l i -.1 1 i Hank. No 4 --_-.....- 110.29.I take notice und govern yourselves ill Ml HIM mo.nr hits. ,..r.I.. 'Ihencu f>a.t Ihirl.lw" yank lo the
many captured relic from ihe I L."ses Duplicatd l -.I! l ." Hank. No 21 .. .. .___ 80. 7I accordingly. TIllS loth day of rvhruary (I'll"K .outh-wint rorniir of the nuid RII-)'. lot. Sold|
in additionto 6roke. _. .____ 49.15I A NFWIOM. %.finorhi.inii.fi. C. llaicnn Ilii-fanrd
i No 21
AtistrianK -01 I nk.
> I.U.
Germans and [I : noWMNO.M8t .iiarilian for flfofr Ni anilAtt
I Same Day aa R.ei ved l N' (14 87.BR 'or >witiin .. and hvinaand, lylnu In II,.' So'ith-ruat qumrrr
aibcrs 01 I Hank.
.---rtain kinds of (gun, ; : > :--: :::: Tux ColU-ctor. Nt'WBnm. flnllr hvim, of farter N*- I of the Souih-rant .
Poitst
.Sptcial'l' t1'P.I ". -, I i .otv. Teachln Nn 24 10 oo iii' .rt..r of nntton '.a
11'( 01 tt'w 'lal g ; ;. a.n and Laura N.w. II,I.BBVI|. W'I' 1" Townnhlp ,, .
.ur. of
words anti l cruel \venpon 1 r.l( r.. flank Int No 211..___ 154 ''A "ih Range ,..ty.m.i
2! IB
Turks in the East against: the Brituh. I,I'!,- ''I r.l r.,, Rank. Int No. :\00"_ 20 li* Quinine That tiaes NOT AlTact the Had lt. rant. In lira,Iford ( oiinty. Klnrlda., Con-
----- I<,,u !V ,r.l' l .. Hank. Int No 2)5573(5 Te I mlnv in ni1...n and i>nv>ituarter ..
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:- Jre. .b, .. I. vlwn that unuVr and ty Thia the I H day of .'unitary.
\ I Wood. No. IS----------- 4.00 BKOMOUL1N1 M! lal."th"n0"rrfiilninff for "t. I9H.
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IIEA"vSirol{ HKUK: KSTKKI.VYJacksonville. :: : wi r.(um> mTheV ol t if I W LR"r'* ilk.non. Teaeblntr Nn 15_- .- 20."" ant rli.c* not cntiv* nf-rvriunnr', nor vlrur of nrtaln Anal dxraa of fora- MR. MILI.IP 1fGAf.
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nt-.oIl1'K tit Proi m\1u" 1.,1. .1 I w. CKOVK. Juv air' liraiiford Florida. In minor hnm of J. f. ... '
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13 I'M..
COUNTY: TELEGKAm, STAKKE. FLORIDA.
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4, \" Bradford County Farms and _F ar1ers I Ii




1- million } ushu'lt eently made and permanent 1 1lished I.
three
i romJuII'ImIlIfltLufld the :r.,., On handyoil I, \t lu':'..' as a rule ammonia .uinvjally to hundreds of thousands
<< .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..".. .. .. .. . . . . I Urlili/ir"itt I If my investigations were pilished contentB are wry low a fertilizer in Florida. The cuitor bean iu mint third l two of which "I would bo which i id a gross feeder, penetrates < ia assured.Daily .
1 several months ago locally ualso I high in ammonia pferable United States- development !
<*> COUNTY ACiK.vrS'; KKI'OUTS 1> in certain agricultural papiTM. while on murk land whtro roots deep into the sub'soilIn,1 amount hence ol The pro tnt shortage of ships prevents .

: \ Stimulation of Interest in the 1'/1104- I proper methods of cultivation hi\'" would catch a considerable the import of large quantities of

;\ I ..'. !.!'.. .-. i '. ; ; ; .; mtf of castor beans Is very deniml(', provided that a part of the ammo the escaped fertilizer ingredient Scirn'title castor beans and the demand for castor Thought ,
this has bc-como available, the I which would be lost otherwise All the greatest men live in : u
compound statedthat
of It is
One fnrnuT 1 haN I hut some elll'r promoters) thai oil is growing rapidly.
"! Juckson County: industry have- given Jltate-I' percentage of ammonia may be i e- : I investigations' have proven oil the best lubricant purpose nml effort more than it I i- j I' ,,

w j two thnuHiind pouch true-, now Iotrn..j( mi'nts promising out that nrc misleading uliable crouKtd and the phosphoric ueid 1 ctcnttt > the ammouniu contents of the ferti that is castor known. It is retains its viscosity i sIble for them to live In realitykin. i H ,.,
111111'
ing and HUH "ruc'cntly! pluntcMl increased.In lizer leach out easiest, and this is just
At .
thnn u thousand, more- to result in dmappointmont.this order! to confirm the results or the kind of plant food that is most essential ( that it, it will not break down) uti .
If nutinniil n"I'I'4'sity.
fannnr iH critical period! ( not even under water1
One of I
CIIltorb..nns. pressure
Jefferson County any
:
the of intli- my investigations into fertilizerquirtmont.s :: I'e' for producing a crop : \\henever You Neecl a General Tonic
for instance
well MICCCSS for
Milking four scrub cows anSI is (l.ttinlC ni as and at any depressuro,
hhch I
conducted on Take Urove's.The .
to hi< K'"c'cry hiAnother victual growers who lire patrioticallY were high up in the air. hence, is is the
enough profit
IH jjettinif puy nfl avuiuKu r'turn undertaking the industry, we CUlnJt I line land consitmg of u light open 80il'l' Again, there has been much complaint of r I only practical lubricant for aeroplanesand I, Old Standard Grove's Tast.m! SI
f miHtnkes. P.OHJdus, the HUlliciently reinforced with humus that agricultural products Tonic is equally valuable\
of $l.6() a day from $, ('rul)> COWH. With afford to make the sulmarines-, chill as a
of
- und..r thoroughly cultivated. A number? Florida, find either no market or because it
honns has
better dairy cows the-se! r'turllwou] ) mixing of castor Even if the war should l terminate at General Tonic contains the
bo larK.'ly: InrrwiHi'd present conditions such advantnp('8 fertilisers of distinctly different( i nature middleman! deprives the farmer of the an early date, the prices of castor I well known tonic properties of Ql'IMNK' : :

,,'\' St. Johns County: Approximnl.. that the prospects( need not be pictured were used! ranking from 2 toper (; well earned profits The disadvantages beans! will remain high for sometime and IRON. It acts on the Liver Lrnti

,'./r twc'lvo thouHund ncr s in lht ..ounty brighter thnn they are. cent in phosphoric acid end from 1 do not enter into the production of to come. The market for castor oil out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
to Irish potutuus this ('lasMlirntion to 5 per cent in )potash. All rounds castor !beans. Uncle Ram the most lubricant has been re- Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents,
will Lo planted as a necessary
that fertilised, better the world, ha!
, At a reoent public meeting a Fpl'nk- were! gave reo reliable purchaser in
I year. An 'ffort is bM inlCI classified 1 the castor bean as a I Iguine. Ip.- suits than those where no fertiU otTcrucI to pay for nny quantity that
( < or
Jackson County :
made to rntublish a pe>iinut oil mill I inMarinnnil. lie even wont so fur n!='t I to was used. may be o/pred from the seed he furnishes 'N' H'$':' rN"' H-- <$'N'H H ..... <$#+ '$4' I opl'rntion state that the castor bean! was "fixi, I did, not weigh the total amount of at n fixed price of $3.50: per ;

4;. before thm, and Benson's(Iinve-crop it in iM r'wly I I for more nitrogen front the air than another nerd raised on each plant but count .. i hushcl and has not limited the quan :;; GET READY FOR I
lie The the number of pods. which showed! un There will be! no talk: about
t\k the market One" hundred head of heriven !<'lCum '. was wrong. tity. : 'v *
, simultnncou.i treatment, I for bean 1 neither belongs!' to the ler'umpsnnr increase of from 22 to 180 per cent on culls. too many seconds or overproduction I '.J
I (cholera tho n month tigo lire, all din, is it endowed with nitrogen-gat the fertilized:: plot over those unfitilised. .1 It is true other sections of! : THE SPRING DRIVE :
Iq' will be in the market too L
: wellThoie have I been no IOSHOHFpite inIi cring power.Iho the country
If! of the faet that the1 hogs w..r.. castor Icon, (Ricmus ('flmmuniR) It may be fair to assume that tactual thf' hut the government naturally will pay "
i Ii Ii- f famiKuphorhiaecao weight of matured seeds would I to Florida growers aa ; NEEDED FARM IMPLEMENTS NOW.
' f infected with the trouble ut the ti me is mrtnlier, of the respectable the first money -BUY ALL
'I k. furnishes ovtwenty ( have fchown even greater ditTcrenc and will produce early matur
which we can :
of inniii'ulntion. : ; If price in all line continue to climb up-and there il ;
of oil-producing' planvarying but 1 was unable to determine this us ity. In the central states castor !beans .
A at H.IY species .. *
I! :;., 1 I Head nay j i.s County cleimnK: nine company thousand, lid.'" in size from low annual plan the frost killed, the lops and put an cannot be planted before ;May 1, while ;; no reaaon to doubt that they will -you will make a con. r

nd trees, most oC end to my experiments.A Florida may plant the middle of February iderable saving by buying AT ONCE i
f: of land,' to be planted, I to figi /I p" to tall Iroad spreading :i
I can.4. '1 hey expert to grow other ('rnpK thorn indigenous, to tropical countri.4.There formula consisting of 1 5 per cent or earlier, and other point in : Then again you may run the rik of disappointment if
I members of thirriiup ammonia, 5 per cent phosphoric ul'id'< favor of castor beans i is that it is nota
few
in connection with the! enterprise. are! be the of :; off buying till spring open. Stock in all line .
j Citrus A ureat deal of n.'w< < which possess such ..cmomic and 1 per cent potash proved to perishable) crop. The raising you put
I County:: '
land i is Ucmtr brought into cultivuti uilue as the castor bean which is a best: combination for raising ( IlHtor staple products and abolishing the I I ;i: are running dangerously low. /

I in t tho I.ccnrito noiLrhlioihood, Il1i native (.f India, but now cultivated i Inmost jeans on my ground Although we hu.1 i ian system of growing perishable crops '; .t:; We still have a good supply, but they are going fait. ;':
{ I Some cotton will be grown but countries of thf globe.Selxlion extremely long lasting dry I'pell has been urged for Some time by agriculturists -
I year. ho: growth of the plants was materially in the country. The castor < We want to supply YOU before give they out. "i-
most of the) land will bo used for fool: of Soil I I I ;
j nnd, an inciuatted: acreage of Castor lean will grow on a wide checked.fortunately. bean is such a crop provided the government I
*' 1 I Sugar crops curie ,liversity of soils In fact, it seems to the castor bean is not would decide to protect the DeWITT C. JONES - STARKE FLA. t
4. llrownrd County: Great: interest IH be reasonable to suppose that they .roubled by so many insect pests an,1 home Uncle as it has done by guaranteeing -I :; ,
\ for the thrive kind of Florida Roil plant disease as> most of the tropi1I1 to purchase its entire output. I ,
in tno planmntr will on any
:, boinit shown !
iit'i, cotton nnd l rastor: !bean \'I'Il.t"IJlpI'rOWl'rs lint is not permanently covered with rrops.' It is reported that in some di i-: Would Kncouruge :Manufacturing 1 + -$' H" '*$- i>$'- r** r Wr --! ;'

at Havi.M ure interehtedKrowinir I in \ator., nets the cut worm is aserious citaclu Still another reason for castor bean - .
neiinutii.Clay The castor bean )being an extremely to its cultivation. The red spidilso lcr culture h"re is that it would 1 encour- d' .

v.. hl'f'n does, best in may give some trouble, but it manufacturing in this county and
I County : Farmers linw 'lui'I- ruwinll plant, open ngc youR
,, I (dome; their hpnnir( ""Iowllllllf1d .1 no. 111,1 responsive; 80i1H. tilled with rihundanco nay easily be eliminated by using a factories are much needed industriesin HAVE TIRES REPAIRED
table feature of t the work was that the of available plant food, and commercial spray this fast developing country. A

not clouded l with smoke fl'OIll iuch an amount of humus as will all- HiirtpHting castor oil mill might be run in connection -
,ii*, f'ky11"btirtiinj' I ; rubbihh. irrnss nnd I w.k tune siillirient bacterial I action to Tho harvesting of the castor 1'llIns with a fertilizer plant. I have installed the latest improved vulcanizer to

Kvery: fellow who had one used a ill jMk lure sufficient! tmrttMri.il) action 'to i s\.\ one of the most expensive phases cian.Iling I There' is a crying need for a fertilizer my equipment and can now handle any size tires
I cutaway harrow to cut urideT i itrsrotillile "II ring about the chemical changes) thi the crop !because of the go""tIImollnt factory in South Florida which
: or of hand labor ne'e Tho! to and including; 5 1-2 inch. Do not throw your
growth before plowincr, ai those that t did not J.athplI1 hOI'rIJwed t !iceds, are contained! in1 Ihrf'.luhl'rflin"y fish, shark loggeihead sponge, and( worn tires away or sell to the junkman for a mere

The d.ly is .commie(' when a f"rm'-I' All cpiick growing crops rcnuirp for capsule, each lobo holding ono I muck that could be bactoiiah/.c'il. A When them
abundant suppl "ifc-il., When ripe, the! capsules) plit lie pittance, hut bring; them to me. you Ret
4 Will be itxlmnied to have hill wlllhbOl'MI.'I' heir I building I up im : fertilizer plant could l easily "'1uippet I
F smoke I'ItflhIig from his flvlds.NusHiiu )if I moisture. Therefore in castor I'un vith a sort of explosion from the bottom : with machinery to shell the beans, back they will be good; for hundreds of miles. Lowest

; : C'ounty : 1'armors' nre prpiiritiLr '- rowing( preferenceshould I be given; I Ii tn upward sometimes throwing the md to extract the oil. The castor
to 1 plant the} largest acreage tu 11 i mil! with good moisture contiiininaii.il (' ""eed, to1 considerable" distance. lomace could, advantageously: be 1> used I prices, best workmanship.

,. fond I eropx ever put\ ill in this count' , "ity. 'i'() avoid loss of the! seed in the field I In the manufacture of complete ferti- : I have for sale some seconds in all sizes'which:
olf
brandies should be cut i II"
th fruit
A mllnllfllt'tUl'lnCplunt The muck land is producing larp i/rr.I .
Mndison
County: I
will be sold cheap. See me before buying.;
i Irllf tho pods begin to pop. opevhich a
of oon as
bought will I he amount
him been ancl cmverted .terns and, II great four I That cantor beans, have not become)
into one of the bluest I'l.llIIUt! ,.11', facr but I .sandy still reinforcrMh \ will generally he the about seed. Tllathering ' i stupleciop) i i" due to two reasonvv -. :
oil mills in this South. I fertih'er tinil hiimuo will pro- month after planting and, !
of the .xpikes shoul I t bi. doievi'ial '> pm-es '.1 icing competition.l"hi ; Slarke Vulcanizing Works
Marion : Inoc'tilatinir I I h"lCs IIK < 'eater t iiiantity of secd.Tin :( .
County.I i a t tri | when the I > pi ict- of ;iJ: | pep bushel which was
agn lust e'holeia and h.itnilint I I the ni- I -ndhimld\ I piepaied, in sUI'h I times a week free1Ve Cllp-; '. "tf'ii, d 1 Lv the m miif:u'tin'IMS of castor I
situation has been the* nicentchief that tin1 M'l-il will ('I'nl.inlltl'"u !uplcs or pods, nre opening): BURROW STAIIKE FLA.
trati' II L way certain what fir \ not voiietyeed ,
are
should be so :
work. 'kl that is it
,
hc.nisvie.
< will fuiiah. : -upplv nl ea: .p, Lee County t : Farmers are plnntn( hat the sei-d I. when pi inted, comes i in benns the govi'rnment bcui- uto. the I United States by Jmeign - -- -- -
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Certain vanties! castor -- --- -- -
corn and the acreatco will be l.iriT1' lose contact with the "-oil. -
ill I (icrmin.itehen ,I,0 not pop open easily. in fact I it
than ever, before Much int1rcMtEIIOWfl Helping I I the Seed I tii ,

in planting oiistor: hc'nns.Manatee . \\' planted the nstor bean I1'prminlltp" omctimes takes some effort to fri """"" -- =r<1 ..__.. -_ ...
to its thil'k the seeds from the hulls and! thra-] -
County: .\ Kreat nUiny very slowly owing
boys lIving in the small towns nre iterented ,oat and the preserving properties (.f np may bo necessary.
in joining the pig club. lclIt he oil which defer the (chemici When harvesting is clone on a srruicsile

oC tho towns have an ordinaiKagainst ' (al changes that have to take place the pods may be gathered in II Avery Tractor Demonstration
within the I 'ity Sometime itch anti put in a hot plitce. for in-
, .. keeping. |liJorrl ( !.icfore the seed can sprout.
........ IImit8 hut in Home of the towns tltnnyor ,' ho seed lies for several weeks in the tnnce. on the top of a galvanised iron
II F I han promised not to enfon,' !rround without 1'rrninntinJ-r. In 01' ,oof.. When the )pods pop open the 1i,1
tho ordinance unlesM UI<' piers beviinobjectionable. dl'r to lengthen the season bctweexMsildo alls to the bottom of the sack' and the

4S.r i I'oys will raite IIOJl" frosts, quick and even irermution ails may easily lie. thrown off.In 16thThis
for meat fi-edmn them the refer,' of t the seed I is ,iinimble.! To hnsln I India the sep11 ration of the I bear;<' Postponed to February

from truck crops germination i nearly boiling I I wate'houlcl '' rom the pods, is almost cxlmivu'ione ; :

m (Linker ('ount)': ;More than fI\'(' tim,, .. I be poured over the seeds an by ha nil. Women and' 1 childiiound .

as many boys are cnrollrd in th,- \ of lain,'
m I flub this your than there were layear. .. wenty-four hours, the temperatuteing n this country a number
r I'ler-eluli I membership is 111"0 I> gradually lowered to that of the living devices have been invent" postponement was made absolutely necessary owing to non- !

1 showing nn increaselleSotn -. tmosphcie. With such within a t treutnier ft'w IInd are employed the benns in from rushing the hullit'ost : mmepiii'atting arrival of the tractors and motor cultivator in time for the dates first ad-
I ('uuiint y. Truck 11int log" he beans will sprout a

this year will be largely eon tired I tIJ day". of Production inl.-I'- vertised.
: the substantial ornriM. such a< c-nhbacj" Planting I the, Meansliemember The question that naturally

onions potntoe-s and benns instead. Iso of the castor bean is I n stat farmers is that o the fhetiplitoKT to: l I h,' When the car containing these machines reached Jacksonville
farmers is that of profit
sts
: cucumbers nnd wlIl'rlll.lon it cannot Ie
i formerly.> many Some farmers nre ii IiR-i aim l.inted season safely crop before hence the danger fl'OI11l.illinlC ('xpected from raising castor bi>iinhree ... more than a week before it was due in Starke it ran into a freight con'
) ' I Irovvn I.
that they can
.
is question
infect log scc-d and many are incu-n' ,.t.Vo no '
fronts is |.a I long tl Ii: gestion which held it
thn..fol'1 in Florida : and as as: up.
0, I log the ne-ronne (danteil to stop1crops ihise. that planting ho, .I< of
t. I for home supplies.. ('11:, Ki'owint (Is attracting: some farmers has been prepared, just as cart- $::111: ( per bushel raising ciistor Every was by Avery people and the L. B.
1 round 1 Iti"
I I Palm lioiuh 1 County : Airents! fol' If the bea \\I ill be II well paying occupation.
f fully as for other crops. doubtful whether we will, be able to Mfg. Co., to get the car through to Starke in time for our demonstrationbut
.
(L' tho Hurenu of Crcip Estimates: ha\ ill not soaked, as sugffe'steel above i it "
\\ 'lItInlian
i with the
been Catherine" data of the crop Hereaije \ planted two weeks tnl'lier.o'or ,'mpote successfully when these were very unsuccessful. "
markets
'I cm the, east t-nnst from I'nli IJJIlY1' the seed a corn plantr and! African

t" ,, lieaeh\ iout hwnrul. They estimate? thacreaeje .. ( IW"Jlel'l Jmtiimiting) adjusted may be used.. p pace is i restored over-balance and the Oriental handicap: countries ofthe The machines are here now, however, and ready for work. An
will
'. of tomatoes at approximate I 'I! to
: !iriOD), as e-ompared with [ IM.Oilo: ) aftc) plant The an iiuantity aero 'depends of seed upon required the d l distance of their maikets by fertile thp expert from the factory is with them and everything is ready for the dem-

the frieze last yenr, nnd a normal oC ami tho! number of ,'lenprr labor and extremely
imp of the rows and 1 perhaps fur onstration. This will be held
lIoil. Out at present!
and l IAO
IT.Olio. Cahhticre potato ncrtikgewill eds that are planted 1 to tho hill. uf
be, largely inciense'd.) I to a hill I an>l lIhp nine years to come the war price
,
--- --- seeds are dropped : $:1..1I liushel ought to pay the 0..1of
F beans planted at a distance oiirht On the Paul E. Canova
f > leave spl'ndhlmnrlCin Farm
and a
KAI INC: ; c.wrou III\NS (' feet in each (direction (and thiems : f production the farmer
IN I'l.OMP. of for
number
.' to be the proper estimate which I 1
According to an
i Kiprrl; (:i i"',, Pull:;; Information ns Illert .. f.t ) one pound of leans' will be( ro1uil'td ave made n castor bean plantation ufS1I3o' Two Miles North of Starke
acret'iitiumiiuun '
farm
) < per Hit acres whe-re a tiactoul '
I\ :AhthiMls Culture I and Coneornitut !
I :Nature of. 1'1.1111- ,..) ,l lI,' used would require an expenture -
: The castor bean H no exception: ) ii of about $10 per acre front t th,'
(ircat; PossibditiosIly
plnut life, and! hence roiponds' to prop "hinting( of the seed to the harvest) im Saturday February 16 1918At
cultivation by quicker growth : ( Dr. .1. (',.\t'r."n. Farmers' Sjppl, "r number of pods. of the beans ready i ,
Company. ;Miami) thp setting a greater ay be1 reasonable to expect a crop "f

I The government has pom'e' I out 1)).(\ Although the plants miiy satisfactory grow. with 1'KUltfl ,.- lit: least thirty or forty bushels 1"1' this time and place there tor you can motorize your entire
out much care most when land is properly preparedtltivatcel .
fa 111'1"1'
,' of raisintt! castor hem*
I TlC i'HIty
tilt purpose of obtaining sulluenquantities will I be obtained I only when ,I'r'p'r -, and fertihednisperts will be demonstrated the Avery farm work. You can plow your :
adoptedhe
I methods of cultivation are Van Industry
of the Castor
I. : lubricant of in castor submarines ml; to lie ami U.'dllS. .u-r 11Ian'u. i II. stirring;( of the soil 1 is desirable forthl' It need not be explained that the nd, 5-10 horsepower tractor and the ground and disc and harrow it "';
weeds uleek .
The appeal to "oIt.'II.t'1n' h'lbeen purpose of h'lltHnJ.thl' it ion of a remunerative ciop and thi Avery Motor Cultivator. These with Kerosene
attrac an Avery Tractor
capillary
increasing Itn
would
)
ae'coinpunied, by the otfer to furnish and ,-ration of II new industry

t.(. seed et cost and to purchase the' an.Cultivators with bron.l teeth tearini advantage to ITorida and the coun machines are destined 'to work a then plant and cultivate your crop ,

.
: .rntire bean raided therefrom lit tl'Y at large.The
n price of *: 'crop< ::() per bu'hpl ,nlliiu.in; up the earth to n considerablecleptV' castor bean is one of the plant;. revolution in Florida farming. with an Avery Motor Cultivator.Don't .
and '
m. tln.1 leaving the noil uneven e.untt'tl succ'C'sful growing' of which is tIe
t (
IlIrn1 "> t.i Lull It'
<'l's1 re necesarv, lillY
,
Il:: the Re-ed de.ins, out of the -rop whiz IIr I injurious to the agencies On the of wind other and hand sino ',rminrd)conditions.not so much And by the oil 8I1p..rlol'ity as l h jiiuatic -' An Avery Kerosene Tractor:: forget the place and

I. market .willow ,'ulthlltion-"tlrrlnlC the Mull of r'loiida climate >ve tnhe the date. Every one i h in-
all
It Is to ho hoped that n (fri'it rum it InI may pri will do the heavy worn with ,
l>er of farmers, will avail thernuoIvemp in.c inches deep and putting u deciding! factor in the future oi vited. Come and
I of thia; rene-rouslv, olTered flnt! loose state-will conserve the th.. castor bean industry. the exception of planting and cultivating see these ma-

: ,. nnel that II large ucic.iere Oyrortunltyi mature and create favorftlde comlton The quick growth and early matur the chines in i actual operation. It will
the The
i! ('d.I' for the quick) growth of it y of the main crop of the castor bearuibles row crops. Avery

\ JI tr: , Although castor 1 In> ans have hwijrrown i,,Jans.. the fal'llU'r'en on land,I that( Motor Planter and Cultivator now pay to investigate them. Avery
:V in Florida for some time, therU (' I .'rtm.1 hut i"I subject to overflow to gather atl'aKt

.." I: comparatively little ileflnito) \ mfor Castor" benns must grow rapidly to ono l'I"'p. Heavy rams may makes it also possible to plant and machines save expense; save hard

? nation availnble in rocard to rnisini prod II"" a prutttnlito )ield, and it 1sndily clUUI"l' the .-nil conditions in Muh at work and
<< time
; .. them on a rommeicml "e'alc.rc. understucl that the plants will ,',tent; that the growth of the t rut.. cultivate with motor power. save also raise

, ,. About two vents JIRO' the writer hm irive! best where an abundance ol \\ I ill be chem kod l I or prohibit.I but In bigger crops by enabling to
" l an opportunity to study castor lir-ni 1lIilul I >le plant food, in |>u'sent. ntrnst with the more t,'ndi-r\ crupich -, With an Avery Motor Culti. you
culture in the I ;< "imui Vfne.in I'olor Two applications! of fertilizer thlirqt as tomutiK... and I>pUII". the nl.l- do your work in the right way atvatorandanAveryKeroseneTrac.

/11 I les nnd latei fulul' some (it'iC'l'Vfltlflfliof ; one put on a few da>s after the /II'e, in favor of the castor hean It the
\ ''f the castor I bean' industry In Itnl' plant" have come up. the -econil throe "hoill'I'lItl'r n,,-itanccto stanti hnullte'f. :' right time.

.' and Dritlsh Indiairiuultiira1' mnOitlons \\,eeks later. will 1! !:I\'C the plants n \1 .
In thctp countMes., / however nno "I ....el I tart. The first application nifty Another advantage Jn raiding: I'nf.t .

ditrerent mini, tho-o. we hnve ti(, "1' """'It two hundred I pnunds and the ,,'ana is that it need not interfere

) t'I deal with In Florida\ that copy of the .cond, three hundred pounds PIT acre, witb other crop) Progressive farm- STARKE HARDWARE COMPANYSTARKE

I methods uceesitfully ndnptcel then It will be best to apply the fertilirei "rs planted IntL year a crop of corn

r"' micht prove to be a failure here tincrricultural In a ring around the plants, the nrst twern the rows of tomatoeshort- FLORIDA
line it is found thaI tout four inches from the stem. The P before the plants were matured.il !.

.;i.. Florida hUI problems ,,.I' its own. ng of the second application should .. system can also be adopted intho Bradford County Agents for Avery TractorsL.
When I arrived In' DII
l t prolific growth of castor bean nttrncted say about eight inches from the Hunt P nt-trnte the $uKwil B. SKINNER MFG. CO. Dunedin FU.
I"m my attention.! I conducteime em. Thus it will be placed where The waste of fertilizer which r.sultt .'- State DUlributor.

\; . lyntcmatlc, experlnu with thi the growing feeders will! take it upout from improper methods of fernation -

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FRIDAY, JANUARY: : 15: 1918. BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRArn. ST.\RliE. FLORIDA. PA OK: SEVEN


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WOODLAWN PARK. Sl'HMAKIMIlini: SVM: <; "'-iititi on tin, ir.tlt)) ilny of January A. D. \
THE ADVENT OF THE i 1'1'I ,in, '",'r.r N .1. .lohni. u> ctimplninantan.
rrsfA.M.v insuo\ii) : ; : )
I Well 'Armed"! .l I llhiI0I)'0nnl... K. Rol.ttiKon., J. 1-. Idtliin-
'II ,,11, I I....\ >n.ilioiuiiijh. I) nntl 1). C. ScnrbortnigliHi
:Mr D. F. Sanders of Jacksonville I.ondi-ndi'iry. Ireland!, Fob. 7.- The .)I. niliinu.Ih. I .

is visiting his sister, \IfII. N. D. Davis ulimiirintxxliuh I I torpi-dot-d tinTu-- I I.". u,,,1.I is.mi. ,, .1! n,. Spivlnl MnKlrr.) will
WRAPPED-ON
DRESS .|T, I r.. mil.I 4 in) frunl of tlio JIolIKiiloor
her this week. (rania xvus 01 I 'ltkL'l hy a destroyer., An 1'I..t
4 in' $141 1'1..>. I I..,ri.iii. iliirtttrf Ih. .1 hour* of
:Mr. James Phillip, of Theressn: Anu-riiMin otlKi'r ftllun intimation Mil I.,. on, Mon.lm I II.- 4lh .lay of .March. A. D.,

visited his brother, D. L. I'hillips, here that the RuhIlUlI'ill11''" I II ho, )llh, '. ol nni| I....t blililnr' fur eiiah.I .

Saturday and Sunday. This utBit'iwa ISle\ of t tho lii"t to IP'EP I h,.' folloninit' .h..I.. .'.. I'li.porly ulttintpil II
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Mr. and :'olr.Inr' "n 1 Reddish and! 1"11the Tusranin He (jitvi- the AM- 1- /"M..I. "".) s. tO".UII",'), III. I I.h.tl..!. I I. 3.ui-wlt 1. 5.: 7 L..n"" H 4.,

hdividual Ideas In children of the Vanderbilt Section, sociatod rrt'se.. u vivid account of the I In, '',..'k 1))O. l"la 1. .-. .1, 4 ,,..l 7. In Uloek
[ Knitting were visitors here Monday. tlnnittr.Tho 1 It .ol. 1. J. . It. 6 nml 7 In II lock Ou i All
141 I il.I.. nlHitf ili'Kcril.i-il. loin .Ihl| what
I in I I.
Mr. Klisllia Kite and son of near si-oond torpedo Ii red! h'' 1 tll<' MI!11. 5401 : I kiumn iw In,11 City' I in Ilo.k.. , County,

Baldwin were visiting his brother marino mitotl its niurk he suit I :"1'11") an 'I Ilp or plat rt-eonlnl In

Accessories here Sunday. Thereupon a destroyer xxhu-h XMIS near '1" I'NII'' 177 of I 110,. LMiMla mi>nlN of 'I.
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Mr. Andrew II ill inrd. of Vamlor- behind th,' liner
tilt was visiting: his parvnts Mr. and 8iibmarint \tisini a tomb. dropping dexiie. JOHNS Mu>,li>r.niilforil .

Mrs. II. SHilliard., here Monday.; The t'lzi 1111 is made' hat the nul I'- A. V. I.ONll. SI"I.1

; We are sorry to report :Mr. S. K. marine XMK Mono in" b)' the bmul\ Sol. fur (',11. 2.I-a

: SILKS THAT FOLLOW GINGHAMS Thompson's family wry sick with thin exploded! .
measles We wish them The Amerii-an :uTn: FOB rillllCAriON
a speedy recovl'ry. officer said!: "Every-:
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New York Feb. 14th.-There is necessary features of the Mode 1918. thing) went wi'll with us during the "ITI") P.>.pitrtnirnt nt CnmiivllliFla of th* Inti-rlor.., Jan.. Ill II.) 191B.Not fl. .Land]

[ something quite wonderful in the way Coats That Masquerade an Dresses Mr. II. S. Hilliard is having a largo voyage. Many of our men had n.\ 'r )trt1 I in hrrrhy ." thut John 1'hnm.

f is coming to the front in Some of the smartest shops are tract of land cleared on his farm hero- been; to sen .before and I must say they : ..f I lnk,' lu.I'r., Mori.lu.) ... nn r

line. Undaunted circum- Mr. and Mrs. H. Norman attended stood it like soldiers. WP xvere one ofa IIM. 1",1. llnrI'nl l Entry No. 01111.t.
every by showing clever
very coats which r.-urlli of fourth .
appear i ,
church at Vanderbilt Sunda '. pox\erftil "I HI .
[tances, she accepts the condition at first glance to be dr,8se,1.Th ') i-ntivoy.) 1 must not tell I r "n .1.. il t. 19 R.: TallahaKM- \
made necessary by war anj makes
best of them. Anything that spells nnd were visitors to Lawtey Sunday the variouships were formedbut ., ,,,,,nI., .., rrtH'f I. (Wlalillnh elllim tlwI
some redingote
are in afternoon.Mr. take it that "4 .4 I MI,." 't .,'11.1. I.ro. lt.uiet'r l 6 Ito'-
you may all the other .
[ economy that means a saving to help style with slightly Empire waistlines. ..''I . .
I n I) i\illi> t I.. on the lit ituy ofnanit
( our government win the war is eagerSly One of the most noticeable things is and :Mrs. II. S. Hilli.ird attended boats ha\e get through as far UK I When comes SIlO-I I 'IS
company
considered church at Vanderbilt Sunday. know. A. for oursc-hes, well the '" I an wUniimrii ,
by the patriotic women the absence of the pocket that important tho re i is: no time to I, I ,,.
I Of the United States. Messrs. Fred Sapp and Dan Johnson lluns I sucieeded in getting only II fraction I. "r l.iiko llutlrr. Mnrlilit.
member of society last ;year.Belts chances \ I : .. of Lain III")l'r. Horl.ln. I1 .1I I
of Hairord.'i"ltp,1 at the homeof of our tiiii1 fellows I in addition i I to waste -no to
Conservative America and collars follow the 4 I < I I. !< of Lnko llutli-r, Horl.ln .
"They say" abroad that we always in dresses and the prevailingmode materials Mr. A Green; last Friday night our boats;, but they hn\e put the iron I be taken-so .unit her : 'ttoi':; ';Illinium I 8prlnw.j : Iii.rIdo.uot.r. )

:\1 lr. and Mrs. L. C. Futl'h'isitl'd at I into our Hi>ul" and ,' will I ,' .
go into things hard I w 10 renIy to that is always w. n.\vi.-.
{ so putting our used are those usually relegated to sees) tht'f I .
Drunker Saturday and Sunday. I''I'IIthl'l" wlu-n the elinn-., ,ttrnriMondny K (l>t.r.
whole souls into the thing: of the moment -i the province' of dresses, far lighter in ': l ; il.I--iiii; a can r
and it i is true. The fashions of weight than the material wII'I t. I lu| |
thought necessary disaster occurred li'th"1 UI! I It I I 11 1aItI.s'ug:

the present day prove this fact. Conservation I' for n coat, hitherto. ( FKTIIICATK OF j;("'If 001. WAHKANTS like to think of what luring"uhfl"I\I' CALUMETBAKING I I" ., ,,,I MI) .luillrltil, ( h'ult.t

..' dresses, frocks that require Knitting a La Mode Hrnilfonl County Dunk. County School Iupn. ; | I ,II< .i.ir...I).I.fllll I'."'Il" __-.
pened. lint TIU' lI.. '
the minimum of ) evening wacalm. I ) '. _..
wool arc the order of These days, when every one knits itory : I "I
the day And they not I the Ym n.... lii'nl.y notfk',1 thnt on thi 4th ilny POWDER .
yet are that bit different
; frumpish knitting bag is a ... . I I I '.i.In'' .. XV I I': I.)
nf lili, lull the (0\1.\ on" warrant w -.. t IHKiii'il The first! 1 I intimation) i xve had of pus .I Ill's., hiti wife ail
for they are IA good taste simple is the one most sought after. Indeed U
X Mum
Hitnu'il nnil onK-r I".hlloy tinIlourJ 1 of
Bible
I and becoming. there is quite a knitting bag code at l'utlic limtrurtiiin, in opt-u ,iwiion.K. danger \\ .li an .iinler for all nunto (1 It a nil Cakes, piedough -.. 1r", I.r..u..

:. present If one knits. for the Red :. K. rori'EI.L. irlntnilint.. go (In ileck with life belts. It was inullins Niillrp I lo A"I'P.I'
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Ilrmlfurd I'ounty III'Ollt1:1:: oMotk I I the same time.xve I Iltgi it I 'I'. ':'int.-' ..r I I'rlII', t. r K:. i-hinini nn.l
Kcd Cross one may have a bag with altered .\ all ) I 1ing: tn I I "I'IU,1,, ,,. ho ,Mif. g i, Ilig .
C Knittht. rii-rlekl) \.ork----------2B.OOT p-harply isrse. At I iio'clock ;
the scarlet! cross on it The sewingfor A It lititmu,, )IH..I, .hi.uit l.y iilTidutil, that, the
lie dtes sod in
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H I'intu'sUr.' l Hoard 1 Svrvloi- _____ 12.00 just t the darkness must > up
as was setting 1. ,,
; ff, the "French wounded" may be carried .1. F.: I'nuiIns. ilo __.. _______._ H.flO I p i. ?"liiniM K. It't4II4)0. 1",1 W I K: I'hlll') '
u. well their best ,
:J.j in a tray bag of the tricolor and .1. ,'. Mcllii.tin. .. __. .. ..-.____ 4.dllK I t the in, xx-e got theblow.could. Nobody taste .Jl I I.I l'l..r.."o.l mi.I i in., Unit n.in i.I .II"I.! .*, ,.of|%. ttu-of I. ,.lie.r I,
saw periscope .
(, .. of course, there arc any number of attractive It. r..| |>i'll. Sninry--------------I 125.00 nor om-) looks. ii.iiinu, ., nn i, imkiumn) .ntlipr than. ).nlo'y nri.1,1.1.1. ..
<"J bags made to hold the drab K.: H PIII.I.I-N.. .1ni.Int4lu------------- R.42 have been heon well S..IW soldiersdescribed I l .'f| ih,. 1.1, I lnl..r ) nol
'' A. H. riaulr. 1.arhng------------- SO.OO too. her reputation m..lol
hmini heitrd hisxiii" .. .
111l'l.
: a ; I) 'I0 |I.-"ni In of .- thiit.
,. and blue sweaters for If 1 .0MyrtlH 1'lnl. 'I..h.
our own boys. Ktlii-l Mi'an ,In-------------------- .,. .
';" i.. one knits for someone one knows personally XXynnt.lo: __._______________ 40.00 t sound immediately I: before the torpedo 01 :a cook lust 'hinI< 4, I' ",1. r..I.I'if, )Hiihi I,,, Mini. in) thnt 11."n), iinid wh..','. .w.o'.hlno .
.._ l-rnnk Clinncry. ,to----------------- 85.00 ttrlrk us I the engine lie $ .r
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,, one can knit a bit of red 1'01 pllhlHltl <.1"I in. of twinlyortfyinrri..
... ;:. I*. XX. Mrl....iil. .Io------------------ M.Otl "We ihuablod. All \ . .
;, were instantly) I , .
; .' i.PI white and blue into the end of the X'lrvi'I hon".... du _n_-___.________ nn.oo4D.OO the lights $ ., oil li I ", e ih i fori 'rlri'I. "n.IJ, InI niliii.ll..l :,
.m scarf or sweater, thus giving an individual M.: Mill- ...Ipffriiilo..._. .__00 .___n W..lt out. ,\1 or..r ninir ItlUt'. Sl1CFhtL'S it ,' ,.) I 1111 I ) tl.- -niI.) ,I..r.I.n. ):. l'hll" ,
. out sending i I Ilir t tn I bout, I \ t I'lnlliim) wlfido .
t :
\ .r touch to the article. II I- Klivanln dolrnnois ____.__--_______ 85.0(1 troop (1'0) , ,
: ,"..h,.... U(.._.--_____.___ .111.0(1 stations, and I to get tht< life I boats' t disappoint) her. i oi 144''""I.'I .i Hill) of Coinpliiint on or lirfum t' .
wi < > .
.r Mmrh
I ,,!! : out I" 1'1.1" A li. 1111$. In ) I"I"
!. < I.. A. Pnvln. .10------------------ ro.oo The) "h..ka not .,. I It t .. o.r""lt
\ \ : SI\'r. wa. lilor'or a c.,n ami li.wo the I n t n itii-i.-l |I."' ronfiMHit In- .
\ 0,1 wil
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r "\\. Kvn Kppenum.; II.----------------- DA Oil a (', feeling that vent 'I. '"4 M.I-I) 'II,.. ."..! I' : I'lllli ont W. fl.!
liiml I of
"i'l\ .. Kilyth Hti-Wnu. ilor. .________--_______ t.n7 'u'lhinl'il \ I in..ms" takincM ) ., ', hl". ,r.,1. .' t
1... BcnlT. .Io-------------------- $flJ.ZB through I tl1 l t thtin _1.1: M.... M L S. Ilnyra, do..___.__.___ 00.00 1 blow. Then- 1113 turn I ly wa. a gooddeal I cont.iini only such | 'II:Ii',ii ;>." /,1.' I I'';I Hi')',:, llni.lriird' '':Ipnil: Hint Ci.unly!::: II')!i'ol : ,h.5: L'

r i d." ...... "o.Ylk..on., lie-------------- iid.on I of ,'unfl ....',.".... Snh-tu. Mi-m-r, .3----------------- 40.011 score of life bouts the 'height innr.ilii.-nl-. have been ."iit\I I 1"0, 'nr, ,* "",'h uii'k for eoni.i t
.... I.illii- HimraonB, d.---------------- 80 110I. fln approved ( i.illy I liv t tin ", Ivo .
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"'I, ..i..IIII.e:==: I... II. Futch.... .Io------------------do .___.._. ......_ sr injr! ,.mi! \' of an upper" detk in I Ihe darkness 1( S l-'iHid "i., ,( '. I .uiio.) ."I"I rit.f. I Imvi* 'hi-n-untfi apt ,
A C. .II..y.
\ ,. without Minnconfusion) ) |Iit, at ,
. 't' .. notirnn I iii.nl I onl' I I" ..1 I I tin)) ni-al of our, 'I'
ij. . .'lost... I<.\hor.\ Ito------------------- anon) l'lnll 1
, II ;, ......." ;4KI C. I li Ilny m, ,h------------------ 30.01)' t I was t tin-re a 1111 flIp. 1,1 Ui vhpn yoa buy il.Yon ., t -.41 t I h, t )h. loth) dny' of J.nua., .. '
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.r..II' A .1. lirirfin) ; ilo. .-. _ :: 7(1( on:: "There was great excitement) but) il a.*. vhro you u..il. i MI -
ItI :::=I= XV. T. XXITEKH, '
!: Kmllti- Splnk. do------------------ 40.no lasted only few minutes.I Then) I all .
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I Cli-rk.'
....... '- Kunlcn: Itoblnnon do--------------- 411) .(III I Die J r'\I'o.c J,
,llI4.lI'4.. men I pulled I I t themselves togethetMejrnphono \ l :
Kdylh: VXilllanu, ,t'------------------ 40MI ,,
t .,=:;..:===.i .,. A. 0 J.-nklnH. do----------------- 4ll.tll)> i :11 I w.r.. given all I I 0\1" t. 'n. n.-i. t.r 1..u'.t..I"nnt_. 2.I.a.
.II//... I.lull.. Mnrachall do------------- 16! Illl4r ))) t the ship. saying:) ) t there was no diingi t -

.e1.w::u M M. tirlffln. tin -. . \.1111 that the M'-M.I would) not .sink In.Ton' Illl,',I I HiU l Ill', ( .< I I'i :
I i- l'U ) t r). Nth .'mh.h I nfI
I do---------------- 4000 ,
::.. Rilnn Knlrclolh. all were I taken) olT. I In tile meantime SI I CI.llt
: ..:: . Mollie lltotnan) II---------------- 40.(HI JOHN WHITE L CO, i .1. I.lr",0 I'"uliv.
I. ". "" I O. 5. ,
" Etna: Clayton tlO'h'"u ::15.lIlII. .sign.ils ; were Bent (at Kail.liilwon I .
..=="I f'I'! A. II Shnw. do------------------ 70(10) ) "lieforenine I of ha.! I LOUISVILLE KY. VN .
: grasped 111 4
1. 'r tI4iay' I Low),: do----------------- 40:(III) situation I 1 t Liberal ..Iohn1'. < ihnon .
I c.ertruili'' Thomnn, do_____..____-- 40.00 Jlth dlsll'YP" \MIIdiishing 4 aIsortmsNtand Ill for IHvoreo.ntlrr .
t Millk-, ) l-liitt' do------------------- 77.BO up : '. Siult' Hiildier.us lull ..111 paid \ to A|,|." .
Mno McKinnvy, do---------------- 10 no had been lowered,I in I If.II"II"i t 1' flu Stale) ,.r t 1"1'1.1. lo John) XV. Diliian.IIIK .
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r.llllo Croiiby ito------------------- 50.00Vtrn put on board .!It'.t () ,' : ,
_. Snrrt-tiry. do---------------- '8H.IIO)) "ln :FIRS I li. )l.axiiiit, 1"1 ,.hlwI l.y alTlilnvIt that th. '
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[ tllack ana White \xrappeu-im uress! l.lixio Manhall. do--------------- M 00M ) xvho had jumped ovelboard I t in t the lir,1excitement 11.' r. i..lam, .I. v. cilmon. ,In n nonnwliliintr '

of Silk GinghamThe -teve LcwiM,. tb-------------------- : .Illl) xvcie piiked, UI'| I belive) Cent Skin ..I r 4 tin 4 Slut' '. ,.r I Inrliln. mill) Hint tinrmlileluw "1
Rva I.IHCrewn.. do---------------- 17.50I. ('lie or txvo I lifeboats xvere nmashed! in .> "toil |I', r, mlnnt ,IM nt :)t': .I'titu-niiin) Av.n.. I I
1.1. imwllnii. do----------------- 12ft 00) Uundiing. M) liinlll. (:.. tIll,' Illen. I. ni nerMon .I.hn. i I.
II. I). Show, do------------------- II.OII)) \ {; WIWI( {; ( J 'in 4 I I.I Slnte I ) of Kloriilll th. Herviro of n ..uh.I. .
new materials lend themselves Delln ")romttII. doXV ____-____.-- ._ 7000 'ih,' destroyers took off our 111 in 10 ,l'i>, iiu iiiii ulii.tit woulil, tiiml unlit flefinilantmi.
:nicely to the limited yanlage. The cot- 'r.Io,,..'k.. Iteeonl Rod ncknowludin't i.no) "{ilendid style, wit h perfect order For a h"g '" II>" piolii.ibN' h., must '4,) Hint Hiilil) III.finhint IH over tile ail* ofI

ton verges and gabardines are very I': 4). Mcltiii'. I..ohlnll'n 55.00It.d.y ) "All I thin time the TU"I'lnil, wns ,Ii. kept growing) ) ri'.in' I I.n.. th I i.> nmiket I ..nlv.one yeniv., .

rood looking, anti, of course, the ,silks I I'nrrhih) do------------------ 45.no)) slowly For minute I did ing ". Me i'.,)lII''t, I In, ) .,.. tin) II I e, I 1"r.I, .,,'l'rI. follHi'lereil. anil ailii.lu -
(W /oJO .I.L Ihu) falconer Co.. $,iipIIo----------- 14.1111) lnkil/ I Ul' 10111" ) il 1".1 ,.' nlllil lief, nilnnt., John %V.
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( are wonderful. There is a new silk Mamie I'lnhotater. 'ruehiw---------I 4r\.no tint know to go into / lifeboat, loss II ,I 1111"I.( I ,'., !\.i'ii hi111 4 i.il.m.n., II I't'I| | '1.1-. lo the ronipliilnnnrn" Hill

[patterned after the gingham which en- Amy Mueki-ry 'to----------------- 45.no or stick by the 1 ship. One of tin- n lUg "ol.I'nlllll. ) ) } i i. of I',iiiiluinl| )h,.n'Oi) ..I or heforn I lip 4th ilayof '

.jOyel such popularity last year nndI.Which .1. I. U"on. "0. --- .. _______.___ :i5.oo) members of the crew urged. thnt xve fed., I It. A. Thulium" I I I \ .. March. A, I II lilts' In ilefHilll whnroof) niliiree
.1 A ,1 I'inholnler) dollellali _-.__._._._ "no) .nntr. tell HUJ and I lui "',ll f, ". will I I t In. .."I..1. iivalliat tliomill
hold its own this liourd and trust John I ( positively you )) woriiiM) 4
pronui'to I l I) Illi-Il 4ng. dl---------------- on4U.DII) stay mi 111'1 ltV"1 ) John' l W 4l; )h..I.
lyear, tot.. Tho. weave (,f this silk i identical is Ruby; Robert I do-::: .:::::::::::: :):) ) (le tro'rH. i He I yelled this in Illr. t llhIIlli$. If II pnwiler)) docs not make 'II I In fnrlli.. ) I I''i.li nil ,Hint Ihut nntlt-o) I Lit 4

: tn. thi'. wvaxe of the ginghamand Willie %XVallnre .lo---------------- 40.00 I[ tfiok his itdvicinnd wailed for my Jlu.l. we .1. W. While & Son |i''i'Iiot'I, I in the I, llra.ir.iril foitnly) TeleKrnplt.)
__.. _. a in, UI 01,1)| |1"'"r iml.liiilieil.. ) l nl In Itrailforu,
Mm J A J rinhnlntur. do r.n.nu) Fla. bpI
I | II".k.
board, deItr..I. " : :
the
[ the quaint patterns) are same. turn to cotne to go on) ) a s.I.r .
With Uraidcd i'anvlVe..tveXnitting C. C. Hoblm.) do------------------ 70.00 .. :: ".'Illltv.) 1"I..I.) eltre lUI'll) . for live HunHi
VFor th eai-K- Spring dress, this material Kvn: WilllnmB, do----------------- 40.0"A.li i'iilt\e' . "
I is .splcmlid, ait, will xx'ear exfceedingly Nimmo, lb------------------ 40.0(1) "Nioonl'r had I we cast oft With I In wiiiHHt I SI Ill .",r. I him, hereitnlo nut my
One Smllh)) d.--------------------_ 45.IIU( linn.,, ) nml, uiriti.l' ) I Ilii I, ., Ill nt our, Oltirt
needles in their
xvcllhe mine for 603)( board 1..1
men on XMISIred
th/tl a turprdo COFFINS CASKETS ,. .
) Hi.) ,
I. .1. ,li--------------- 80011 I j'lth) ilny of .liintinry. I IIMH.
Killer.
t Drt-ss 'Ihiit Requires No Fastening share of attention and tin TO are all nt, I It t missed. Another destroyer I"
us.
J. A, .j1flt. do __h.h..-. --__ IT. (III) And a full line of ,1'W.t T,, WKUKH.Clark.: .
sorts of new fads to make the knitting Muu| Ilunti-r. do------------------ 15 0))) ilnslli'd off, uperill ing It bomb .

At pricut it is quite the vogue to easier to carry and the yarn easier to I H. A. Drayi-r. do-::::-:-::::::. :. 71 IB ,drorpinl device l and, t the claim was nf- Undertakers' Supplies A. H. ntnws.:

Shave oni''- ilio-s wiapped-on! and, the wind and hold. I S. A. rimpor do----------------- 25.55 : ) )! miide that the u"niirill had I Attorney, for 1'lnlnUI
S. ii-----------------. Automobile llearsi1.I
A. Draper.H in oo I -- - --
:, { one illus-tialid' hero. H a splendid exl :Satin and, (;.corgi-tie {'n'I'"- I I n. l-iului-lt.) do----------------- ir.niti.2n) been dole for." Nd'IKi.: UK 1.11' tRtIISN HIKllnity --:
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mplf(' of the simplicity of this style. For the dressy afternoon dress, I". T Hiirnii.Ilo ito---------------- - Always on hand.. Tho bt'Ht service I ) ilnyH ufli i. ilnln. h..,..."r. I will apply

k I Made of ilk gingham! in a stunning there is nothing that quite takes the Mil I Smilli.I 1 (Io---------------- HI) Oilnoon GKAHAM.Dr. at the lowest prices. Special 1 1atw"tifn t. il.I .. (f.1) buyer material F'iilnu. Kppemnn, do---------------- .r II, .. roiinty.' ,, nn iirilxr to
of
satin and
, check the dress .
: [ black-and-white ran place a KiiUMnrtn: do. : to orders. II ,. .
54)00SIr
- I Thomas and i K.: 'r. Stewart made telegraph HI nt iirlvnli mile n DmThlnl Inlerml.' come
[be closed! at either the. right or the left combined. I Indeed, , I Dnnu) > Fashion has .... C F. Klxi-ra do_ r.n.dnon. I j .. t to Slarke : i I". ,mi', I Hie I, .t". ') of llrnily Kiuler anilIIMIH 1)
a "$ Monday I'.o
( side. There aie only tWO fastenings sot her seal of approval on the separate KilnWhltw.irth.) do____._. .(in Iu"i" tip t )' l ItoHii r M)I.. II lie followl'IK deeI -
{necessary the buttons thnt hold it at satin skirt though: a costume that %v. II Jniiklnii. 'XVork.Kitello ..-. l.BIIm ) I 11.I I I llardin nml. Mon. Itiley, Registered Embalmer 1'nl.iil I .,1 I I lIii., I .I"ul. In Ir'ulr..rd' county' Ma.,
l.nn.er. V.IIchtnll----------- : .ooin ) motored over to StarkiMontKiy( : to Wit) :
the side' front. The upper half of the is "tied togcthtr"-in other words, Mililnd' Crntiliy. do---------------- : oo BIr. I ItV.. was u liusine-in:' i.nun, ,,, N of A. C. T,. ISilI. -
front gore it< made of lining to conserve that has a touch of the skirt materialon llrndfonl Co. Bunk Int.__.__- 1211.HKnu visitor to Sturke Surrency I DeWITT C. JONES ..".I iilt) "cl wiv.nl 1..1:.11.line of Wr.l half ne

( the material nnd that I is one the waist-is considered better formorl' Mnry. llnll. Tenchlmi) .? .. ) onan Tuesdiiy. Starkc Fla. i :,r M-r.iiith: I of NICroiirlh: ) I of MMIs.I twp. B. Hit.
bo formal occasions. Note the interesting ,I.,,,.. 5I.I'w.o.. .I---------------- no Miss Maree JoneH i in visiting rela .'I. ,I.' urtil I run N on .n.1! line Tit ynrilu.' %', .
frock
such smart
[reason why a can .1' H Ken rborouuh. Materials-------- III friends In and around La- \ 'J (>'. '"1'.1.) Moulheily., nt nn nniihi' 70 yiiriln.
[ made from, only four yards of silk. pnnel-vpstee on this becoming I E. XX'. NXIIkerHiin: :T.'iiohlntf...- nJ onno :): tV11 fi-w, days.Messrs. -- . 'HI) yur.lf) I lo point/ of lieu i In a.... IH, twp. I
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The tunic may be faced buck with the little Ire,,>!. The ends are !left free Kilyth Warrfn ,Io---------------- ) .onon ) I --- I I. ji I I. i,:. "'"" iil.oui tliree-Mitrlli at
tvliite satin of the collar and ('uff1<. All nnd may be crossed over cither way. liorn .Tohnnon.) do-.... 01)I''rr .11 KeynolilH and I 11. :1 4 + 4 + f + f + + + . + + ql. + + ..,.. "I"1
Wiisdtn bUHinesH to ,
) l.nw. Io-------------------- 40 Oil))
) trip + + ": nOHIEn.
fthe .stitching is done in white an es- This. panel is braided, another straw f I.'i., 'I'i.rrv) ilo) .. . .. _ 4n) on" Konxille Thursday.Mr. / I .IHH"I'IUNF "1 tnlnf-ini.
ipecially clever idea as it does away that shows which way the winds, of MatllfStnlnby.)) do--------------- 40.00 + I.I'\I.; NO'l'ICES 1"111..H. ,CIcKXVH.'
M. I.. of I '
[with any extra trimming. The skirt Spring nre blowing! for braiding i is I.,..." John-'on.) ,I.. ... .0. -. 4000Irudtllrd 'Kit..y. Ilk. lulkr + + .1 I 71 AUornuy.
l Co. ". Loan .uo xvas here' .
Ms narrow ut the lower edge, and the one of the most favored of trimming .nk. - 2. Miss, Mau Thursday M'Kinn'ey.Mr. visitnl. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I'

&cev" tight two absolutely ideas.xis SPEUXI.I T\\; IIIHTKICTS In i : '1 itiiinnits: f'llMMIs-KHlSHtSJ NOV K
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are
very : .1 W M.irunn. Free llnfiktl No 27._ 11.711 : John I I.ewin was )lien: on husi- :01 ( II I. .l.y ..I.I i I. itiviri thnt un.li-r nnil bym

l.nul.y Slat.- Hank. Int.. No. 20 _.. II.\112 ne-<. Saturday.Mr AMI ruiiu: nuts 4 tuni.f' that "','rai'n il.-m-p ..r nnrtltlon
.1.1r.. Amlnwi. Inc. K:*. No. 9----- :.-.onft. Karnii': of \Vnld' was All I I persons i indebted I t I ti, (hiestate inn.Iiiicl i liter, d I ,. tiltClrrint. Curt for
; BH HKITISH:; \V \ R KXIIIKIT I secretary of the UrndCord. Farms, .f I I) I-..art. Inc. Nn. M. .?3 businesH IInwlnl. of .J. I i.. "'"rr"I. (lilt,. of Ilmdfordcounty liiiulfonl, l oiinly. "Morldn. I II riuinci-ry Hllllnit
in Kaiford were business callers .1 H 1..11...... 'Inc No. 211..__. H 73 / vilitnr Sntunlay.Afr. "', IMh, .luv) of Jan A. I II HUH) In
HK SHOWN AT STATE FAIR yesterday li-d'itsoil :
TO ( are rl'lJIIa'4t1.l 1 .. i :: f.
r 'II. : Jumi. Inc No. 27------------ 2.7AH44 { wife arid I MrH.tixon | 1f pay 1,15 ..f J iiI"ll0liR. inimnv. .: rorHirati'.ti -
at the office of the state mal"keting' .I t llauleninn.: :: Ine N).: 27: : ) hNII.Fnll. Gainesville; Hat- their Mud,,I "|..' forthwith find 111 I,, ,. I',.htI g.ii) I 1jul41. nnil aiuilnnt, II. W. I llotlirvii.

: That the Florida State 1 air and Exposition bureau.. Bradford Farms ash F F Stump.) Inc No IS----------- A.KA unl.iy.Miss, persons< having el.'imts, against the 1< I: ilyn i lfi'lir< H hlH wit,,, J'onlu lit lull llotr.mnn ) .

,f which will l be held in Jack- well known is the Florida! :State "Hunk of Siarkf.. Int No. 3. 31111II..n.y Anie left state are requested( to (present them<, "nI, "K I lli.lfilnn hi'r hiwlinnd.' ' a* Up.
\ Mar'hf' Prison Farm. At this time there are VllrtlInc.. No. 21 .-. 7 113 firaxes Riitunl'iy r..I..I., tii" iinil.TKvni-il' ', nil, )
eonvillc from February :'M! to J. XV White A Son. Inf. No. II .. 1n morning for Savannah, (.iu where him dulytllh.t""I..J I I within one year .''I I .I. r nnd) ..1 I in front of I h oo"ml.l.no.II. .
( 9, inclusive. will he much greater thanI 500; inmates, of whom lfi*l are white 1)f C'.lnnr Inc No 8- i on) will visit her brother Mr. 1'. A. I or they will bi. forever I. .. ,.. t 1"1'/,11./ dilrlnu 10.' 'Ipval'...r ol,-.on

I anticipated by a number of Floridians 'including nine women in a total of .1. W Morwnn, Free Ilimkn. Nn 14 .... 1 1(1in fjrnves.Miss. I",", rreli. Jul dIary Jji"i, I 1IHMRS. I Mi.ii-lny. l hi- day of MO. A. Il, I Ill II.
Tho health of A .S Fiavle. TfHchln No 21 onin tn It. ", ., ami hmt l.l.l.l.-r) for caiih In
C is shown by the announcement seventy-three women. FrAN: 'i-s: WAUKIJN.Administratratix ; .
II E. r.lwarJa. do------o 8 .noA Maid MrKinney i il visiting linnil.) thi ip,.rriht l t'NPl'rty. ultuat.
r< made hy n..neral1\lanulo\1'\ B. K llan- the prisoners has been unusually good I. A: Havlx.; do No.: ID:-..- oo her ti"tpr. Mrs. nt Hastings. of thi- estatiof .f.1 "I In 1..I..1 r.n..wlnl.unty "...rhln. tn-witl N

.". afourde uho is now in Washington during the present winter notwithstanding C I. Vcinr. do No. 14 1H7B :\1 j : I liyal) ,ilifan..f k I'oml!, is I It. Warren, tN"'UMPI.l | 1.I-.t linlf of ,,f ..'.. o. twp. 0. South
to the effect that he had secured the the cold weather. Mm. M S ISa,.... do No. 28. _. 10 (MlB the j11 Misses Mabel, and Ethel KaiiKii 22 (.ant.

big British exhibit for the 'apt. Furvis expects to have some nlita MI-KIT. do No. : 00 MITK K OK ( ,MN HAl or l.A )' .1. XV ANDRFWH.
war expo- I
thin week. .IIAII" Y .
of land in cultivation this I.' II Futih.: do No. IS. S7Bnno Uynl : / W. ANI'" :W Jr.
sition. 1,000 acres M M fnffi; ;do *o 17_ J. II. Surrency made a 'business A. U : .
This exhibit which will cover an year, with corn white and sweet potatoes Mhit Clnvton. do No.: 19. in.oo :11. Stark 'ITilrly lnvn lift,'r ilnlf HIT .of ,..n ,-. xit) : ll hI.iI'th AM'I.tunml.'on'M.! '

of feet will rice peanuts, velvet icons, ppnq.I1Ulrar'ane A II Nhnw. du No.I.. _. 20 oo Saturday.Mr. riny of /""h. KMM.) I will ",ply In thn A. V f r w.!
area Gono square space of truck. The I.Illl) Cronhy) II., No. 10._-. 1000 .1. C Harry made it business tripto II."u..I. fi:f' A. rifirtlin; I) ,'r, County .ItitlKit, of Hoi. ..' Comp. 2-l-tt.
be transported to this city in five CO- and variety 3tew. Lewis. do No 25----------- 1500 Jacksonville Monday. Irll.I..r,1| '..unlV, Finn.In.' M hl. ,.frir.. In the -'-
foot and only farm produces mo t the meat consumed .. in I th.' Town >f '. llrnilfnr! .
baggage cars, was secured F C XVnrren.Franc do t No 8 70.00 Messrs. John I'inholstor and Hldon'i.'txlim .ak. NOIIf K:
at by the having nt this time some 21,001)) : ..n Mny do No. 3. 57.50: ('.,iinly. Horiiln) f"r nn find) .r ti* HP.11|! nt prlvauunit' ) Thirty I. f."AII.", "" SAl t:
enormous expense d.y. rt..r
were Pleasant visitors here thi. One-Ninth I nmlivi.ltit. cnph ofX.i. h..r I wilt||| applr
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besides M".f C. 'IP.II. dod No 8 on on
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state fair official who realized its pounds of pork in storage Mr*. F. K. Stuck., do No. 8_ (10.00 Sunday evening. | ..1' N..w..n. I'h) N.--n soil. Attn Niwmm. Juilwi t. th.of"Oi"."'" 1.. A Cn.Un.p. ..IInt

value as an added attraction to the some 15,000 (gallons of cane syrup of Illvc Knr. In Nn. 3l.oin ..__.. .__..--._ (III).00 Quite' a number, of the folkrt . Minor h.irw, ) "'11.1 I NcwHom 1 n"! LntiritNi "nbr tfi .1..M..I. 1'ounly.. Klorldii.'
barrel, I is consumed younj'er I.T,' 'tl.' I in pIn.) t,, thi- It. .1 al. th, lini-.foiirth
, fair and as an educational feature which a or more I'n-k ilii No 3------------- 57.BO bore baptizing, at Hamptonjflke WMIIIII IIMI r"u"wln. iin.lvll.' ,.. It
each of
: itull
The prisoners! arc substantially II O M'-Iiat-. do tin Is------------ lose: uUen.linl Hrrihffl Inn.U) lyinir and) 1".ln. Im llmran. l- arl'
f. JIsuon.
the world l day < '
I'4'J concerning war. every VirirliItnircn.. in No 13_.. ...._ 84.<0 afternoon. C "nly. (I"I.rtn.) l..-wu .i"nln".I", .. .k.' J. I.. .n,1 "r-'hy "",11. M-nor h.-lm) of
full I llimnn.
in rompli-ince -
The decision to pn>. Itnnk Ijmn tin X -- . ,13000 I Ut-v. Kiggs, of Starke, filletl! his nppointm'nt on Ki'Ct.on Mm Hoity' rhninN wi.t of NnrthfOMtforniT ln ". l 1..1.. |In anil to thi ron...
: war exhibit for the state fair with the requirements of the federal rty L.rht. HH'I Wntcr I'Unt. N.. 315.90 here un,l Sunday : ,.f !.''o" I 21 I. Tuwnnhlp) (7i. Month, r'I..1 nt honor A Tract of land
__._. Saturday of .nir<. "> K: nnil run *..Hh ) rhninn.th ) "IInnln. a ) that ran fmm North
was reached several days ago at a ,con fwd administration.Under <:. M. lirnnftt Inc No. 1. _- is no delivering ) sermons.Mrs. I. alvt :, a ml l nt tin- rornw
very M'ft 8oulhiit of
fhHlttM. tI.nc.
Kitty
I'urvla VXndKinnly.) .Innitnr No. 21----- i"ttr"HtnJ Twenty I..t
of 14.17 N..rh
ference between A. P. Anthony f' C the direction Capt.. the .Jn.' -I, (,,..,<1..,.. We., I Groover. A. F. Perry and Mr. Hana5ourde. Bradford Farm huL..m. in four Milli.nnl. .luni'-.r) No. I---------- 9250 son at 'Hrookcr.: tion, tin. Twenty ehwin t. ,,//1 of lHvtnnlrnin ) \ w. S l HI I. hundrpil nn.l' ,,|tflt t,.'t, 'rh.no.

. and the latter was instructedto years .since it w.ii i 1''al,1, the model Into (' llr*>wn K'-fitnd" No 8] _._ "".111' Mrs. lien ton. of fleorgiii: IK visiting Hfctinn. < tr'i. Townnhip Ti.I Month of Kiini/. w..ilh) f.nii. hunilri'il an.), thirty f.t. Thrneu
immediate- prison" e-itaMi-hm.-t? .,.t f th- South. S1 V Hillmn: & I." F.... llntitn No. 23 11.00 .''" K:. .'t'tng| Kiuht: .. more or t...* conviytil i-;.. .t 'i. hnnlrel' nn .itft ten t. Th nl <.
proceed to Washington .*1i, ntrol F. W \ Row In (''' Ine. Nn. 23. .. 1M 311 Iwr aunt here, :Mrs. Sal.m. l.v. .rlr NifWHom Hn"l wi. t. Mr. I. .. .n I"lnv r..t t. p..lnl or
lly. This exhibit ha! only been shown The prison i I. undo.| r tin .t. .c'.'. i. r.trnl Mrnn'ifliInc.) .. No. 23__ ._ 34.01) Mr fjcorgc Hurry /nd littNdaiigh- V llowlnv I ) tM>rl iliiteil) |,.'.." I Illth! "Innln. Aluo 1,1-itinnmic, nt th run of the

{ in New York anil Washington, and Issomething of Tommi "MI' i \." :\Ie. I 1..1<. II.,ill.,! r ",,"10. Int. No. 5-------- 10.04I.if. 'T' Thelma wire here on business on I'I'>] r<. mitt t It.eo..0| I In Hnnh 4 Ilinn\ |>nvt i',MAtjirutt point ? running 8.'etn') fln N..rh to Mouth at a

I entirely new to the peonle Ia. in who nl> 7 . th.' 1 ) .,.,01) I" "I'nnk I'nymf-nt Mo. 22. 1'15.110itIS.OQ I Ih. I 1117.| rnntAlnintc I I'I.' ...., rtior* lOom l -lnir) tie, Houlh-w.-.t: running liiet n.I Weet
., londay. or l.o>. .o >M tflnnln Klllhly: ) ) 'han) W'.t ofNorthnut cornur of thy old
F. ) 5In' Tmichnir. No. S-------- .
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na .
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of the re> ">rdton ;m-n'" 1" -. l'p"1 'lot. '"lr" R '
'. of this section country. I. I 'n Xlni-k' ri. do V i 4---------- 20 no Cnrner of Sertiotl 1 I4pl, 'I'twAxhil* plot 'land Two
The exhibit will include all the armaments l I t Oirl.'n .1.. No JTl .-::::::: ::: 15:00) llln'I : < 7 '. H Itmnici fjiti' IC. nnil run .South :no) fret inr.. Um-fiunrtcr arrt-a acnlylnit In a miuarn. Aba t*
tanks protectors l li fr...f.rd do No 115-------- 31 50d ) To 1 he Tax I'uyer of lr! huge gas '1 I.. Vt-...nCo Inc No. 2S.___..._ .no th, nen Went ll.l fx't. thi.nei. North '!.'" f....t. North li.!! /1.1 f. I"..y, Lot and runnlnv
shells guns annons and other paraphernalia I I P-, .' II. No t tht-nre f.t lass (...t to th.. point of b.-wlnninn) ) . to .l.| I!*,,. w. I.lvinir-)
i
used by the British and I| Optician TesUdJACKSONVILLC'.rUl \ 'f W : ;,..inne. No :i::.-::::----:---- 23 41 The tax bonks will close the first in Section I2HI.) Tuwn.hll) ; '. H..h..r tto".. Hton line on down Hirun of tho, Hraneh Thence X-

French armies in France and Belgijv-i i I ,,. Hunk. N'o l'l !>. ._. ... 23.17I lay of #April, an the law directu.'lease I.i'" t:. Clol.i"ln. ... mnrv or I.. In Tn"f. Sojti. hlfllIrl,, (On' .. .n,1' 'thIrty mirht yur-ln,

relics from the | l .1" r.l ( ,. Hunk No I . .____.. 50.29 take notice and govern yourselves nil)) 141 . ...r lit*. V""',,. Ihrncp r>aat hun"r.J thlrtj-iwo.n,1 Seventy eih' $
nnd many captured I ( No 2" Thl) ifith of Kclirtmry. I'.HK yards to tint
Hunk 110.117
Broken L. rca Dupt.cat4 | ---- -- .1 Nouih.w..t
in additionto : eirni-r of tOo nnid Riloy ,l.,(.
:'M
Austrian, :
Germans anti "i < ., link. No 21---------- 4W.II: acc/rdIRlly. A NRWJ40M.iiardi Minor, holy, of .I. C.
certain kinds of guns, sabers, 5aon Day i&S R.c'"cd I C ,, lank' No 57.55 M. TrWr.Ir) <>' .. for S..I.r Nl'W11fl. Ruth Nt-wiuiiri nml 'land heinir and 1".n. ll.pi-nilril.' I.IS.III

swords an.l cruel weapon" u-<,,d !liv th<- WSp4ciaizs sIOv.rs-W. Fj Fostate '.1 t '. ,1 i ( rbv ,:. -.: n.USo:24: :::: 1000 2-1-8t Ti" 'ulrctfl'. Ilt.! Ni-wnnm. Minor h.. of Cnrtvr Ntw I.r "' the "outh-f-Mt lymit ) -,,'i.f South.,mul quar.
British. 140 W OW3V5 5? I ,'I' 1''. flunk (nt. Nn. 21t.. .-. 3.542SB1 ""t Laura N.w.nr. d..no 7ownalili, .iiunrti-r, ,, .l'CtIn Twtntrfour. -
the > >.v.n .South r Ran..
against 2 I I" Tw
in the East 1y.
Turks -- I-'f! -.1 I" Hank. Int. So.t. _-___ on,. ,..1. In llrndford I I'
-- -- !1.I''r'! I.,. liank. Int. N... 25------ HTMII T. Quinine Tat Lon DOT Atract the head in umity. l-'lorlOa.' Contlnlnir -

hEAl OF PRISON":; F.\KM: Pile Cured In e to 14 Days Inn frf.n: Tienni No. I. ..n_ .00 <.flri..of 'Its 1.11. fc-cl. f.AXA- W5fl'I(5 811kItrrrby M..or I...I. J1.el nnd Une"IW.tr acres

VlSITOIt:; HKUK *ESTERIIAY\ drocal.t wi: t.rua monet \\I PAZO I I 3....iri. Wood Ni 25------------ 4 no TIVK BKo.Mu'Jt lNIM{|. ti tirtthiinur'lin.rr ( notlcv l I. .lv.n that under and byvlrture This th, Jay of January 1918.
v""p, '.11"0 ee'" .ove.. of ZtronsIOIifl F W 'ilk -mon. Tmuhlna) No III ..__ 20.00' (JilBin .n.. doeS not cau.c- n..rvo".n. nor of that nrtaln final' itmrM of for,- MZLt.lp3
( INTMg'T.RI..d"uorl'rotruln", 5i" I .5qTas I.. Blnelihurn. do No 2" --_.__ soon rinvmtf) In he.I.l kemrmb II..lull fiamean Jacksonville. Teh R.-C'apt. P. 'W. Rllnd:\tIt .pphoauvo ,O"-s i-a.e .D Purvis superintendent, and Clem I ur- - '- 1" .... 1..It












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,chool in that class, next Sunday nt tord. """" ,? lung at Lawtey Saturday afternoon. mer citizen of this place wa '
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':. I ; _:--0- 'JU II, m. We are glad to see our old friend. I Mrs J. Mcf.'ormick: (: returned here after business! interests hen- ;

The Kpworth: League Chapter or J elf Hall, on the street again! after Tuesday (I'omfux'ille.: where she has and Tuesday .
! (' rare> ;M. 1 K. church I n planning a ble. "i.mg cunfiiiid(I ut home with fiicknesp Iron I visiting her grandson :Mr. LuthI --

I, ''I ht -ially ii.ti-i l'111 It patriotic" service for ."ir about fourccks.. i I Woods.Mr. : VANDERBILT. ,
News Items Sun-liny; ei.i.ig, Feb. 24th, and the :Mr. and :Mr. Avery G. Powell left : II. S. Norman was a business
,I I f County I :ii I g ilar evening %' mice hour will be Monday for Orlando where they wilt visitor to Lawtey;!, Tuesday.Mr. :Mr. F. :M.! Norman and sin,
I 11'1\ n over to the\ Leajrue.! Keep your nave charge of the Times-Union ex : Tom Williams is visiting relatives j were visitors to Starke Satin, '
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; -: I 1 Y'( open for this which is expected to nibit at the Orange-Osceola count near Worthington Springs this ternoon.

t IRtuutln facts Gathered During the Week by Our i b.\ ,ia Mjry attractive und inspiring ser /air. week. : :\IIJI8r8..esey! Norman and l +
Vlre. :Miss :Maude Powell. Seeher George Yarborough attended c h u ,i i '
.: Il Regular Correspondents.JSt Mrs.: <;. W. Brown and son, Clifton, and "Snookums" are visiting their I HAMPTON. Emanuel Sunday night. tti \
clime up from Gainesvill": and spent' .rand-mother, :Mrs. E. Groover II. I Mr. Levy Norman and Leon i i
Sunday ut their home hciv. this week.A .
Jacksonville, Mrs A. E. Cannon postmistress at attended the chicken stew :ir
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I :Mrs. James, of Columbia S. C. is horn to :Mr. '
1 little daughter was Falsmouth was the guest of 'III's.V.: Alice Oliver's. They report I ,
JOHNSTOWN. Sulhxjin; : run'.alrsrung from a cae of spending a few days here as the guestof and :Mrs. II. L. Fowler last Thursday. G. Seals. during the past week.Joseph a
rn'1le"!! her mother and brother, !bees\ Wca :SIr and :Mrs. L. S. Hackett. of Pitts- U. Davis, of Orlando was a time.Wonder why Messrs. Levy \ A
.- We dr ln't have our regular! 1'urm- ren and T. D. Wearon.Mr. ford Mich., arrived last Thursday to pl..nKllnt'iliitor here Monday and Charlie Alvarez were muck!
We-' ,are hrvng, >t a ten dnyi- imftingund : er.V Union, meeting Saturday night on : James Ritch of Raiford was the upend a few months in our land of Frank Wilson few hours ninny trips to Raiford last l'
spent a
we sure are enjoying/ the meeting-' account of our secretary and treasurer guest Sunday of his sister, M is. G. \V flowers. They are occupying the Fisher here Wednesday the guest of his sister. Listen everybody Sunday rat
line und everybody r* invited t-i at sick with measles. Teston. cottage.Mr. .
1 being Mrs. B. Ilayncs., lie was en routeto 10 o'clock Sunday morns ,
-=,- tend our Sunday ,,'hunls.'p' ulti'i 1'" ]i iliavu :Mr. Ii. S Campbell, has rented :Mrs Miss Ruby Byrd of Jacksonville.. : (Hardy Crews, one of Bradford South Florida after a visit with his Emanuel. Everybody: invited t? t
Christian lOndeuvor meetings 1 I I Ict I,1 spent Sunday at the home < f her old and respected citizens Yw
our Stafford's place and will plant a parents county's father Z. L. Wilson, of Thomasville, and bring tvell-filled baskets. W
J L 1 0W:: o'clock every night and w r I crop there :Mr. and :Mrs.' J. C. Byrd.Messrs. passed away last Friday at Raiford.Mr. have the State Secretary of S ,
s: would be glad if everybody; in reach, Hope Hall, near Hampton is being: !. A. II. Harley, J. C. Cone : Crews had been sick for some time Ga.llun has a position I Schools. and he will speak on -.. ,
I." 'a i I would come out and be with UK and I put in good condition Capt. Murphy and W. F. Godwin are hunting "hlgame" with pneumonia. He was C8 years of, Haynes office accepted Winter Haven. school matters. Dinner the
in the at on
I help us out with the meeting for it is has set out a good many fruit trees,, in Lafayette county this wfek age, was born in this county near post has rented the Seals Everybody invited. n\\
I
t I I all of our duty to work fur the Master.: consisting of pinch and pecan trees. Rev. W. <",. Law of Starke was a :New River. lie had been a successful J. P. Summers formerly occupied by the :Mr. I ittleton Kite of Heilhr ,
, I We have, all to come an a little visitor to Lnwtey, :Monday! who could be building
: ; got We are glad to I'.portIrs.: 1'. I If. farmer and a man always and is openingan in this section Sunday.
Pharmacy,
1' V I child. We must work together; love Neal i is: able; to he out again.RISING. Mr. R.J B. Jackson was H busincsf relied upon. His many friends regret Hampton meat market and pro-1 1 Miss Lillie Crosby, who has <
each other. So come und join UII in visitor to Starke last Saturday.C. his death very much. The funeral up-to-date 'n
I, our meetings and help us push it for. W. George of Highland, was a services were conducted by Rev L. A. very store. teaching/ school, returned home S ,r' ,,v:
branch of the AmericanRed afternoon. She will be .
local
visitor 'I The : greatly n -
I to Lawtey the
+ ward. Saturday and Sun- Raw-Is, and the body interred in I '
Cross now has a supplof knitting ed in this section.Mr. .
Coffin and! r..cv.Warr..n
Mr. John P. son day. We extend
(',,lfln/ were in Starke Saturday Mrs A. J. Jackson left last Thursday Miss Doris Law spent Saturdaand our Elzpy deepest Chapel sympathy cemetery to the bereavedcrnH yarn on hand and any lady wishing : and :Mrs. Chas. Jones of r;., .
for "the
devote time to knitting ford attended church at Emann
bunineBK.Mr Sunday at the home of her in his loss. to l' ".
on to go to the bedside of her brother parents who are left to mourn
; \ Henry Varnes pent the day In I :Mr. J. :M. Johns who is seriously! Starke. Last Sunday, Feb. 10th :Mr. John boys in khaki" may obtain the yarn Sunday.
Lake Butler Saturday. ill near Benton! Fla., Columbia coun- Mr. W. R. Gilpin. of Ashland Ky.; ? G. Tolson celebrated his 84th! birthday from the secretary I II :Mr. and Mrs F. T. Norman \ :- .rf I
j t :Mr. I. H. Varnea moved to his newt t was a visitor to Lawtey the first partof nt hill home near Scout Hole bridge. I IHe Rev, L. A. Rawls filled his regular the former's father, Mr. S. J. Ni.rn..

home which he has just completed J on ty.The many friends of Hugh Alvarez the week. :Mr. Gilpin lived nt Law has resided in Bradford county for appointment! here last Sunday. The I Sunday.Mr. .
his fathers. place.. lie is of our ley about 28 about j evening' was devoted to a Red Cross Isaac Carlton and !MrXH l frCarter
'I one are glad to see him able to be up years ago and was nprop..rty the last ;r,0 years. There were '
from the text, "In as much as were quietly married. SUII'! ,
sermon
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John town boys. owner until n two friends who attended.
t again. year or 7.;:; relatives and !
... We have three new families!' in Miss Elma Johnson visited :Misses ago when he sold out to :Mr. J. B. Me\ Quite an elegant dinner was served ye did it not unto the" least of these, We wish them a long and happy: -f".
Johnsti n and we expect n good many f.ouisc and Reelja Haislop last Sun- Culley.Mr. which was enjoyed by all. Those (romI.llkp ye did it not unto me. Mr. and Mrs R. H. Weaver and \l'E. '".
more in the next !IIf) ) days. : A. :M. Blanchard was transact Butler who attended were: :Mr. The Ladies Aid Society held their 1'. Johnson visited Mr. and MrK,
J Mr. John P. Coffin is rushing his day.Mr.. Truby pinholster, of Rrooker, ing business in Anthony Tuesday! and :Mrs W. G. Ball, :Miss Jessie :Mae regular monthly meeting Wednesday. K.n. :Norman:: Sunday afternoon.
cord wood l every day. lie want to get was a visitor nt the home of Mr. II. II. There will be, a Willard memorial Colson, Dr. and :Mrs. J. E. Maines J. i( afternoon, at the residence of Mrs Mr. Hugh' Alvarez is still imprnviMt.'
, wood cut ahead MO he can load a car Lewis last Friday night.! program held in the auditorium of the E., Jr., and, Hal, who were accompanied Wntterson. We hope he will soon be up againMr. ,
n day. Mr.: Coffin is expecting to put :Mr. J. K.: :Norman: killed) eight nice school house Fridny evening, Feb. 22: by :Mrs. Lem Colson and two J. H. :Mott spent a part of the weekin : and ;Mrs L. L. Conner and i u--- ', '',
tic' bin saw mill! in running order in a few hogs !last Wednesday.] at 710! o'clock. This will be a good children, who spent Saturday night Tampa looking after business interests ily \'IsitedIr.; and Mrs. S, J. Norm m .

d.i.vs.Mr. :Mr. Elam Lewis and wife and :Miss way to spend! the evening. of Washing with Or. and :Mrs. J. E. :Maines and there Sunday. .
t WR.. Taylor of this place has Laura :Norman, 01"011': 1J.: Lewis ton's birthday. Everybody is invited. family. :Mr. Colson is one of Brad The Adams cottage on East Mamstreet Messrs, Leon Conner and Chin r "Ij(
been ill all the week but i.< up again. und wife all visited Lake Uutlcr! a few A free will ogering for temperancework ford's successful! farmers a hale and is occupied by George Whitlock were guests of :Mr. and Mrs. E. !I1-:.'I.) V"
t :Mr. WR.. Simpkins of Ohio has days agoThere will be taken. hearty old gentlpman.: and we hope and family, and Edgar Watterson and gett Sunday afternoon. .
been driving :Mr. Cofliin's wood wn.ron will .be a good many Irish potatoes Rev. Henderson Middleburg; tilled Father Time will see fit for him to cel- his sinter Ethel Watterson. :Mr. and :Mrs. R. :M. Alvarez and ohi-,
,t 11 the last week but he. will go I Ick planted in this section this his! regular appointment at the cbrnte many more birthdays. :Mrs Herbert McXcaly of St. Petersburg dren visited Jlr.( Browning- near L'II \\'.
to his regular job with :Mr. Taylor spring. Some arc being planted this Lawtey M. K.: church, South last Sun- :Mr. C. A. Emerson, of Ocala, ii the spent a part of the !,lIot week toy Sunday.Mr. .
i d cutting wood. week- Ie day.' guest here this week of his friend, :Mr.Chas. here, the guest of :Mrs.:\ F. E. Henry. : F. :M. Norman was a busin .
Tho Christian Endeavors nt Johns Our school closed last Friday. Prof. :Messrs. W. E. Torode and T. D T. Barrett. Mrs. Henry spent the week-end in I visitor Starke :Monday.
town have been right busy for the last 1.. A Davis and :Miss: Eva: Eppersonare I Wenren were transacting business in X'nlilosta. the truest of friends Rev K. D. Jones spent Monday w th
fight! weeks., to be congratulated on making Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. WOODLAWN PARK.Mr. The :Moore Comedy Co. entertained! Mr. and Sirs F. M. orman.I u
Mr. T. '1'. Holding is getting ready this term" great success and taking : C. Carter returned 1 here Sunday at the :Masonic Hall, last Thursday II I I Messrs Levy Norman and Rufu<= A ,
for u bergs garden, and it is time that such pains with the children. There I after spending/ week at Camp- I. and Friday evenings. ;! I I; vnrez were flying round Sunday af- tl
all tit IIN get something in the ground. wasn't any program prepared, for the ville.Mr. : J. S. Norman was visitor to The regular communication of the noon. Hurrah Vender what th-
i Mr. III.nry'urnes went to Ruiford !last day but in the wny I Prof., Davis : \V. If. Edwards is having! his Stnrke last Friday.Ucv. Mn=onic Lodge Friday evening was'j' attraction was? \:\1 oi:
house D. L. Phillips was a visitor in well attended and business of.ital'
( Saturday on business.Then drilled them in some of their studies remodeled by tearing away some ,
was a /fire here Sunday. :Mr. it was much enjoyed by all that wero, of the porches and moving the kitchen Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday.Mr. importance was trnn! Taylor had the woods around here full present. Those of the that and dining room 'ui to the house making ; T. ,1. Anderson returned Friday the visitors presort< were: lion I. W. | '
t of rich wood which he hud cut for Mr- i were present were :Mrs.patrons Elizabeth) nn ell. T. I D. Wenren, the contractor from White Springs where he visitedhis l'inholstcl'1.: .\ .. .., and ::111"1 i The Telegraph learned a few mr" .
I .J. P. Coffin. Homebody' that ,did nut ISrownless: and! :Mrs :Maud Hrownlee with his force of hands, will finish parents, :Mr. and :Mrs R. D. Ander Brown of Pine Hill and Prof. C. ,j jutes before going' to press. of M; .
care fur any one only their selves und little daughter" Mrs. M. M. Crosby it this week. son.A Hobbs of the High: School. );l Barbara Moore\ daughter of :Mr. L \ I
went through the woods Sunday about and :Mr. und :Mrs. A. L- Jackson. All son was born to :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. \'ictol'II..n has left for Alabama :Moore, winning the state prize i;
+ 10:!! ri'dul'kIn" put fire out in five or enjoyed) the afternon much. LAKE BUTLER. o"mnn.V"lnl'stlay., Feb. 11, where he has accepted a position witha canning club work. '
very Rev and :Mrs 1). C. Phillips were (;iovernment U
'# nix different places, but with the help (There was n sinking given at :Mr. shipbuilding plant. j 1
of the following men there was no loss Abb.. Crosby's lust business visitors to Starke last Fri Blaster Percy (;irifFin happened to n SEED PEANUTS
Thursday
",' b of wand with the. exception of about honor of Prof. Davis While night he in rake Butler, Feb. I ij.: -City Counci1+ day.Mr. !painful accident, Tuesday, when he had j
one curd: J P. ( Coflin (Jeo.; M. (Collin teaching our school: he visited was! in regular session Feb.. Otb WI:!. nail :Mrs. Edward Milliard], of n n arm badly wrenched in a fall from For immediate acceptance .II i p
Itavid ( Coflin :M. T. Tomlison, W, l: homes of a few of the patrons and the his W.Present: .\. C, Strickland :Mayor, J, Vundffbilt were visiting here last ,, wagon. cash with the order I can furnish 'h,
I Townsend chairman I
Taylor I 1If'/lII, Griflis; Bill Tomlison, visits were much ..njo 'l'cl. ; members! of Saturday.Mrs.: J. W. O'Keefe. has accepted n position N. C. flat vine peanut at $2.00 perbushel
Oils Smith nail an old colored" woman .lrs\1.: J. Fonts and :Mrs. :M. :M. Jones th" Council J. II., Chas. R. Register. J. W. : J. Norman:: i'l i very ill with I t nt Lake, City and moved his fame of twenty-five pounds f. <>. I i.Lowell. i.
whit liven, nil worked Scarborough.:: ily there Monday., His place The this i is I
near by. They I Crosby and children visited the homeof reMr. : as car quality year extra -
Called
1 I hard und faithful and soon had the fire :Mr. and :Mrs. Quincy\ (seen, East to order rind minutes of lastmeeting inspector: here is taken by :Mr. Pry an good. All orders filled the day'
all safe. lit read and approved.No : :M. II. Carter and daughters, experienced, inspector. received.
lint
I I'V. Warren Coffin attended. his nice Starke time- Sunday nnd report n special report from standing, :Misses :Mabel. and Louiehull were 'i-I I W. P. Pitts of Ray City, Ga., n for- ';' H. T. HALL, Lowell Fill'

9 regular/ meeting at I the Mann I schoolhouse eommittceaOfficers', reports read and
in Maker county Sunday even. accepted.
rv LAWTEY. Motion made by :Mr.\ Register "That K I

ing.We all expect' to have a good time the sum of $:;;011 be transferred) fromnrn..ral
.", nil the week with our meetings and Mrs. M. A. Torod, of Birmingham (; to Street fund." Seconded by
tit everybody! is cordially, invited to comer Aln., I is spending II few weeks ut the Mr. Scarborough, and carried
I and take .|>nrt in the meeting with us. home of :Mr. and :\11':<. W E. Torode. i :Matter of clearing the City Cemc1
R. ..--- :Mr. and l Mrs.: J. 1 n. Randall were visitors'to !- trry of trees and rubbish was diseuseij. -;- I I
THERESSA.The Stnrke, Saturday- 1 It was agreed that A. (t'. Strick- THE CAR
\ ;Mrs. J. Howe, of "inl'sl.yVn'4 n land clear all timebr amt rubbish for WITH THE HALF ,i
.guest last week at the home of her' the wood thereon.Transfer .
farmers of this section nre all daughter, :Mrs AA.. Smith. of License :No.. ;.d'.l;( John s.J..
busy ,,1"111'11110their land for another Mrs. A. A. Smith was a visitoi to Cunningham to Robert :Mobley, ap.

(. ( crop.Misses: Ruby Dennett and Dora/ :McKwen Kingsley. Felix! Sunday.Mr. Long.of Starke was transacting proved.The following bills weir examined: MILLION DOLLAR MOTOR

V ; were visitors to titurko ntul'- business in Lawtey last Satur and paid : :s ;
day.Mrs. G. \'. Phillins, Scavenger allowance,. :
dayMessrs.
3. : I' II. :Neal: B, S. Campbell, : John Teston and little son vis 'i $2.0. \. ;
and Mrs J. W. Stafford{ l were visitors ited l relatives in Lawtey several days Henry Hall denying, $l.on. .
C to IInmJ>Wednesday afternoon. last week. I Green;. Fitspatrick, draying, $.;.';0.H. .
n1,1, We urn sorry to report our secretary :Mrs. lianiels I of Atlanta. Ga.; is a S. :New.ont, :street work, JlliS.OO; We have bought the Starke Motor Company's and :
and treasurer lllanton Owsley, guest of her sister ;Mrs. HO.. I Randall ft.; V. Phillips, salary: ;.V>.flil.< garage .. ;
of the Farmers' Union is confined to 1 in gust: Lawtey. Shelton Hall, salary $.'0.011. will have on display there several famous
his bed, with measles.Mr. :Mr. John .\. Starling, of Highland:: J. R. Chnttain, salary treasurer !*7. Briscoe cars, "The
; ;\ "- ; of Lake Side, was attending was I transacting business in Lawtey E. N. Jelks' Sons cur hI't'k. $l'Ji.no: 1
to business in Hampton Friday last Saturday'Mrs. Freight" nail demurrage :SS; :>..';)0. Best Looking Light-weight Car Built." Now we have both ,iJ"
afternoon.Mr : Angle Sternborg l of StarKe, I F. & D.I hank Jl'lU.r.O.: ;
; and :Mrs., : R. RUtirrouws and was the guest of. Mrs I E. I). Sayles tho Clerk was instruct,! to make draft the touring and roadster models hand r" '
t little son, Willie, of Starke. were visitors first part of the week for $(l..riO on E. :N. Jelks'. Sons. as balance on and will be pleased :!
nt the home of :Mr. amt, :MrsS.. H.Wondard :Mrs. N. T. Peeples! I was a visitor to duo the City, freight. allowance. \
r Sunday.Mrs. ;. Jacksonville! Satijrdny.Miss No further business, on motion to demonstrate either of them to you. s ;
: A. Sullivan ii very sick nt this : Annie V. Graham of Raiford, Council adjourned.C. ,,, ,
I'a writing.Vi. several, F. RIVERS:'!, Clerk.
hope for her a speedy spent days last week as the IP
recoveryMr. Burst of :Mr. and :Mrs.\ J C. Byrd. .r.,
: und, :Mrs. S. Woodard, were Mrand :Mrs. Green; Teston and ;Miss Siaxine'illys; of Luke Butler .
shopping in StarKu Saturday. children, of Jacksonville, were visiting spent Friday and Saturday with her "
Mr. Klizn; Tillis, of Starke. visited relatives in Lawtey lust Sunday. (cousin. :Miss :\Ii'illmdkin..., lit :New: ,
his uncle and aunt here Sunday, Mr. :Mr. :Mourn Whitehead, of Jacksonville River. l
j and :Mrs. S. II, WixuUrd.Rev. . was visiting relatives in Lawtey Mr. W. .\. nail<,y spent Sunday/ with .
' John :Mallady of Hampton delivered last Friday and Saturday. his. family here. l t?+ .
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a two. \ery;. interesting sermons Mr. Henry Bennett, came tip! from :Miss Shellie Cha=tian, uhn is attending -- r
at the Christian church here. Sunday Willston and spent- Sundan with his the High School hi-re. spent
I' a f term>ou family here.Mr. Saturday and Sunday at her homo :at
q II. :M. Woiidnnl, of Stnrke, visited and Mrs. r. A. Rownnd of I.nkP City. She was accomp.inii'd, liy \
1 his parents, here. Sunday, :Mr. and :\Irs.H. Stiirke, wereisitors" to Lawtey Sun ;Misses :Maude lIuntl'rlnol/ Jeie. p '
II- "'oUllllrl.11' dnv. Uolierts. fJ/
ri :\l I I.. I.. Youngblood. and sister: Ir, Alex: Williams and, family moved \!,'. and :Mrs.' :Jf. G. Sanp. ,",f :NV-r f(
h ;Mrs. II. :Moorer WI'I'C'i"itol'l! to to Jacksonville Saturday, where fiver spent Sunday in Lake Butler c -
'I :tarkr Fridiiy.One Mr I William has secured n position: witn the* latter' parentMr :and :\11'G. -.
\ t day lust week some one passing Mr. .1.'inii-s ioduin, who ill 141 the employ ;M. Kit-hnnl.
by the homo of Mr. and :Mrs. ,\. of the t'. S. Geological; Survey, Misses :Maxine Willy, of L.-ike Rut.
Sullivan set fire to i\ row near his came down from Wnltersboro S. r. ler, and\ :Miriam Adkins, of NVuRiver. '
Held 1 1. this causing Mr. Sullivan to iiiul spent' Sunday nt the home of his spent Sunday with friend. at rtrooker.
lose near one hundred panneln of his parents. Mr. and Mr, '\'. .F. Godwin. Mr. Ethan Sapp. of New Ruer: ,
d rail fence. Mr.: :Needhnrn: Gunter. of \'lIn.Io'r"lIt.vn. spent Sunday in Lake nutli r" .
:MesMA." and C. Sullivan were in \ .. visiting relatives, Lnwtey last Miss: Delah Hoiling! of Pr.\idenee... THE BRISCOE ROADSTER
Stnrke; Saturday. :Sntiinlny.Mis.; has accepted a position at I-:. Lake
( :Mrs. J. W. Stafford left Saturday : Mora Clark, of Water Oak was Uutler. High School and will t.-.u-h 1 during
morning for !l.iirkins. :Mrs. Stafford( the guest ln.t Sunday of her sister the rest of the term.
bus two sons down there employed nn Miss Jessie Reddish.Mr. . :Miss ;Mabel Brown spent the week Remember, the name "Briscoe" means "Cet's Go." With this
the truck farm und she goes to keep : and Mrs. Blaine Teston of end \\ith her pilrents lit :\1111!! .-. car you get the benefitof
homo far them.Mr Jacksonville, w'r.'hitlnl! : relatives Bliss: Kssi; :Mae\ Hanks returned to experience of a mechanic who has helped build the "Half Million Dollar t
: *, laud llullington !looth? will beat in and! near Lnwtey Sunday.! her home in Jacksonville last Thursday Mdtor"you; get "t
Hope Hall near Hampton February Mr. Enoch: Grillfs: was business after spending n while with her service and proper treatment. We are here to stay. Give our mechanic work '
J-nd.:: to conduct the dedication' visitor to Starke lad your and we '
exerci.ien. SaturdayMr. 'p'r..nt11': : and 1 Mrs..1.: Ranks satisfaction.
nt guarantee We
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., These exercises will be held' : L. II. Hill wall transacting: bus New:'; River. :Miss.. flunks/ i I': with the you will have in stock a full line of motor supplies, oils etc.
between one und two o'clock. Come iness in Stnrke :Mi.ndnyMises \ lolet Studio in Jacksonville. ,
one and all and hl'lIrhut :\11'''. Booth Flossie and, Ilessie.. Terry are Percy the titleyenroM, !) son of Call at the Starke Motor Co. for a demonstration of the Briscoe and let e
has to any. spending n few days with relative in :Mr. and :Mrs. (>. F. Tomlison .bed last Ford that us have that
on a new car will feel!
you proud of its
We Lake as
are sorry to report that uncle City.Mr. Thursday./ The body owner. Thanking all v
I was token: to you ,
Jim King M on the sick list this week. : Albert {c.I..y'bitt'd relatives :New: River for interment Friday Rev. for service. we are yours t .
Mr. H.! :M. Bennett was in Starke''' in Campvillo! Sunday.! L. ,\. RawU conducting the funeral ;>>! "
:Mr. James Pitch,.r ..
Saturday. I I Raiford. was a services.I'e extend our sympathies "
:Misses Mary urn! Florence Hull nt- visitor to his liter :Mrs. (}L \V. Te..ton, to the bereaved one*. 'j
tended the candy pulling Saturdayr | 'last Sunday. :Mrs.\ Teston has been :Mr. W. R. Moron/ an,1Ii., : *.. Ella '
night ut the home of :Mr. and :Mrs ,I'' Reddish, of Waldo- They report n nice Coed., congregations: nre reported! to last Monday! & MOORE 1"

time. I'I have' attended Grace M. E. churchLnwtey I-5SL-Sumla I K<,c. W. T. :McEwin
:Mr. Alvn Reddish visitor hero 1 List ?
was! n Sunday, with n !particularly t1I1, regular appointment
! nt the
Sunday afternoon. 1''' : large congregation in the P'l'nI I C'hrlsUnn church preaching
:Messrs. Porter ( .utT"rl.1.: :M. rtrini i i ing. The pastor Rev. Alfred Even m., and 7 p. m. There at U o
y- son and. Arthur Bennett are enjoying1"I den, announces n special, sermon for large attendance! at botn was services quite n. I Starke a
. ( n ten dnyiT fishing and hunting trip 11'next: Sunibiy morning! .entitled! "Where [Brother Mc-Ewin certainly preached Florida
out At George Lake. )11Misxcg Dwcllest Thou ?" The
T general !public I:wo noble aermon They ,
: Florence an,1tnry: Hall will find a welcome at this. church and. I mantel on hy n great: were
spent Sunday with relatives at Orange'' i Sunday school. The pastor: will tench MUs: Belle Richard' many.returned ,01U'1. T
11<'IQ'htll. j""the men's Bible class and would like I Ito I Friday after spending! the J
e 'r We are glad to report Mr. M. Z.I H ice all men not attending week with \
!:: Sunday I ner sister Mr( *. H. K. Roberts! in GuiJ-

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