Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 22, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04643
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Established 1879. Subscription!" -Per Year $1.50 ; Months.: 75: ('('nls. l\i> ablo in Advance. E. S. :\Iatth(',, Editor and Proprietor.

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PRIVATE JOHN A. WILLARD i.orvi.( lIt ) \lUt ioMi'i.r.iis: : I I' \TIWII'SIor/ : Till.i: (O\LY:

tho exceptIOM! 1 of those who MrV.l I.. I llainnor, cnMoi' (beau:
I failed, to return their iiustuinii.iiiepiomptly | I ki-nti I i"urtor I sooins to havi1" oonvini'Oit' "
R CALLED FOR OF RUSSIA mid! weio giantod an o\ten 1 PLANES ON WAY I th,. I .ako I Hut 3 her Tiniew t that h(' i it nMIMIOI
I I si.MI I of t inie, with the result I that t hui'y' pure patriot boi-auso ho JH working -
\\ c'ie not classified at t lit' t time I I th...' I o\l'r i tinio I to ii't I I"Ion ,lii farmers
EXAMINATION I CONTINUE '1', legraph made up and published i I the TO WAR\ FRONTBaker t.. pi.! in': i.i-toi' beanin order that lit
Ii ,; h lists: tho I list below completes' (111!)." may rnkidown' 50 ci''lIts por hu.shclt or
classification. of t tho registrants t ofj |H>,'111,1': | -. ruiiNidorahly, inoro, on eachImshoi
I j I llindfoid I : i I county, I In our next isstif I of boans K'-own by (the a fur('.
III lie tho. of thoso who said farmors.Tlio .
Bradford Lacks 51 Men of Filling |I Will Push Through Bolshcviki !have .boon given,'hiissi ti id out of tho order Announces First Shipment Ti flue's publishoH a lonelily( intorMow -

14 Quota-Divided Into I' Land Until They Obtain in which they ('a mt'. of Machines Is Not with ;Sl r. I llamnvr and by WilY
.ll soon os the district board has. of roniniunt IIMHUIVS us t that I beside*
Three Groups I' Peace on Own Terms finished, , the th nfl ,'I,,. ilh'utlUn. the entiro Large ",'in ; an ollioial of one of t tho bin rnil-
j1- I list will bo published, an i it is possible loads, ;.Mr. I lltinuirr i.s. n patriot m-ok-
4 '-. for the district' board to put n i lug only I tho' good of the farmer' and
To finish the quota! of 107 men for The' Gorman; invasion of Russia con- flush in a different class than the one Washington I Fob. L'd(I Th' first Ui,' KVi-rnniPnt.
..4.mrmy sorvue from Bradford county : I 11's unimpeded. in which ho was placed, : by ( he Local American .built bitt t he' pianos" are ,'11I'oull' I II t' :Mi I I a luuncr'ie activilioit did not
the Local I I Board! has summoned 11Mregistrants : Franco noaily\ (I'M I ,' months alTiTt of tins should r
I Apparently. there, is to bo no co.ssnn Hoard. By that tune the appeals, to I lo riti/i'iis u i county I wo
' 1 to appear on February t" in t the 'ustwnr.1 march of thc (-11<"- clist triit\ I board will i I I I bo sottlod t and each ahead,I of I Iho original I schedule. not ira in-ay t till fulxonic hul'n Ise boxlouoil -
2fHh 27th,! and :liMh!! for examinntion. ,inv,\ ,unul, tin- Russian Bolshevik gov- registrant will I I I thon Know tho disposition I In making I this nmuiiiccmont t tonight mi him but ninro a biminoHK.
dI1 Out of this number the board expects "riiniont entirely slakes t the thirsts of' uf his cnso. ; :S;"'t'i'e P iii'y !Hakor .said the firstsluilinutlut proposition I pure ii nil si ni"lilt', Is iavolvi'd -
to secure the :"il men needed to fill out the Teutons for, a pence "\\ hh-h corp C1.ISM I IWm. Too although in ih..11'l111t l.irgo ue miiHl ili'iniir. and,I fivo( I lieu
the allotment.Out I .>nd with our interests' ," as oi \- A. Itonsi'iit, .Jr., Nigel (L ('hunC' "lviii rks t tho II vial ovoicoming of many roador.s? of I I Iho Toli-Kiaph t tho opportunity
of this. number only fifteen ( i pro--od' b> the German foreign minister '' ', I D Smith Elislia. O Statford. I It>n- dilliciiltios I met! iii building up this I i I to jlld gi' for t IhoiiKelvos.l.ol .
i will be whites, ; the balance will he Southern E..thonihUil been en- ry I U. Thomas, .1 ii is. I D. I Parrish Charlie now and intricate industry." I us iii'.. if1; ,i' I llamncr U niovo.I Iwholly
pt negroes, if the Local Board i is allowed ti r.-d! hx.' t troops t from, Gorman %VIL r- Getter, I.. ll.uii-on. David S. Hall! "Those" planes," :Mr., .said "aro t by patriotic I lII"t I vi's. I Mo I U
[ w to po hy n ruling of the Provost hips in t the ( iulf of Riga or from I Phillip i I :Mahonnr-y) .\ very I llankinson I i equipped I with i t t tho first I Liberty motor said I I to havo a contract with t lies KOV- ..
. '! Marshal General; which! was that any | :Mum Island or Vsel' 1 island lying olf I Andrew Anderson. I Hugh I I lIall.Int I I I : fn>m imiihino i production.I One of ornmont, for tho Ilrtl\\ lug nf lO.OilO) )( "
state which has furnished nil or near the shore, nnil, n base established from thew :Myers ('liii i-li's T I Barrett I thorn in a recent I tost. surpassed/ all acres of castor I ben... I In sohcitini i i ; t lie I
* ly of its white quota under, the firstcll1l I, which opeiations t may be carried I on K. Thrower Willie ;Morrioks" Bonj. A. records I for speed and climbing i for farmers to sub-conlraol for the irrow- .,
end where the colored quota or j I against. Kovnl( an important! port on Williams, I Is'an: Smith, UillaW.: phinoH of t that t 3'I"'. Engine: t hi rod ut.t '- lilt I,' of t thoso I beans ho iiscui Ii's thom
any considerable' proportion thereof | tIn Gulf; nf Finland northeast And Sterns Lawrence .1. .. .I.. .011, which I hogan II month ago, is now I that t thoyill mako an average of 'JObu.shol.s .
TT remains deferred, the colored men will east of Dvinsk I the ,penetration of the Brown James Bent, I Dave Carter ..liisI on a nuantity basis and I the peak' ofproduction por aero. I If this is corroot, ,
c be used! for the remainder of its quota I enemy along the) railroad, I lines leading I DoSue Nathaniel \\illi.inis.i I I \ .. I Bockem will bo reached, in II fewvvetks. and I I tho estimate. I loes not HOIMII biifli.thon .
A under the first draft composed of as to Potrograd nnd. Smolensk lust ncoiints Alotr/o I E.: :t1 koii. Karnoy J. I Dovvhnir Only the twolvo-cylmdor typom t I Itl.OiH) IICIOH. will produce ::20lmlO) )
many colored men ns would have been '' had! roiiohed "inure than twelve I I Osrnr :Mitc-holl, Clilfonl i( I D. :Moore, I being i miuo| >, ns developments abroad bii..hols of beans. Fifty( cents. porbiihel
included, therein had the regulations miles and! thence southward to southern A I lenV. Thomas, lohn W. Pinholstor, have made, it wise to concent rate ontho I on :'IID.dOi! ) ( ) ) "" h'I" of boanswould '
; not been changed.As Volhynm the invasion was in I L. C). Ji' .nl'., Sidney I, I 1) I Padgett, Allan I I hi ighi I powered' I e engine l instead: I of I amount to t lie? princely Mum of
all of the selected nwn sent from I'I'0JrI''r. wide! areas with tho Germans ( 'ii r Iton, ( 'has. l E.: h Poos) Edwin: I Davis; I the right-cylinder." $ Iiuill' Pin P. i
this county up to this time have been taking prisoners and )guns, rolling Wallace I Golden; I Harry I :Stern, I HomyW. I" (Optimistic i as those statements t appear In a letter to mo, intended to illl"ro'"s .
composed of white men only it will he J- P-- stock and other booty in large IIl1rlw. '. Johnnie B. \\'nttic, :Matthew t tho sociotiiry. said, t they should'' I mo Wit h t tin' nrcat; t-vpoimi! of
seen that practically three-fourths of -s minntities. The I line O'l'rhl'h the I Flowers Fultlln1.: 'Townsond not h,' exaggerated I and h should) I ho !1 in..r. tho castor I bean business, : r.
the remainder of the quota will he a -- --I ( lormans are operating, from southern I Thos. ,Albert I I' ( Itin I Hoilling I i CIIIIIIII'l' considered,I i in f the' I light t of I hose facts : I In uuine'i' states that his organisation. i 1'1
made up of negroes. The new regulations I Esthonia: to Lutsk is more than live I':. Robinson. That after three years of win.faro i'ii'.tiuig. \ him $7o por "")'. It is only
will exempt many negroes as i Private1 Willnnl is a son of :Mr A. hundred miles in length. I t'lass ::1I t tho total I number of plal1l'olhl.I .' to fair lo ii-Mime that ho .placod, flu,' 1 fiff- I
under the old! regulations the Local Willard of Stark,' and I is at present Scant heed 1ms been taken by the 1 Ruby R. Crosby, Lucius Hayes, 11:11. I.I R. take I tho air at any olio t tinio on eithersido uros nt (Ih(' (top notch.\ If ho. holild
\ Hoard could take any one for army stationed at Ft Oglethrope Ca! military authorities of Germany of : l. !Hiellmg.: of t Ill' western! front has: not I been keep up t thin ,,"I.( of expense( for tonmonllis
service if they were physic-ally fit if the frantic announcement of u desiro 1 Class. I I. more t than 'j,5luP.! ) I Iho t tola! cont would bi $ '.r.II". \
their income in civilian occupations on the part of the Bolshoviki" governinent j Henry I.. Edwards: I E.: I D P. Rigdmi That fii ty-si'c 111<'11 an1 required) ontho This deducted from Jloo.OOO I ) ) would )
did! not "exceed what they would be, WILL BII'Wn'i1'Olm,: IHII.DING; for n poiico on Germany's; terms.' ,Edgar: 1 U.llIr..h.! : ...., Jim I l Koon, I Henry I ground, for every piano' in (the air I leave :Mr., I llainnor (the I tidy sum of I ,)
'it paid' in the army. Now n registrant Except for a demand, by I tho German S. Roberts, ;Morgan i I 11. I Powell I I RoyRobirts ( making a total of I llfi.tHM I ) men needed I :$77fiOO: for lirlnit a pat lot.. So miiili :bI
T having anyone ,dependent upon him for J. :M Alvarez the call street merchant commander, nt Hrest-Litovsk that nn I: I Fred I Waters I Henry I I Rovvell( I for I lie present maximum :2!,"oo( ) for t tho Mimoii-piiro ipiahty, ofIr.: 'J;
support can plead exemption on the is preparing to put in a h.iiul-" authentic' copy of the I Bolshevik' d..rii-j''Jesse I II.I I I'earce, I Pt-rry" Sivia'; '!lLI. thu ni's. I I I inn tier's I fl"lrillli( 5 lil
I ? ground* of dependency, even though! : sonic' plate glass front to his store ent of capitul.ition; signed by I l.onino".(' I I'lletson: ( :JeoigiA. I Parrish 'lhal for, every piano in I the air I In his i interview i :Mr. I llamner I roforlo -<
f. he would have a larger! : income from part of the mntonal! having already! and frot, k y I bo sent him no attention Oiaiiloigan, Willie \\' I Duron" ..las.O. I hole must I bo I tvvii replacement planes, I.. me as probably, boinu. ? a woll-moan-
frt being in the service. arrived.. In tiddition to this he will has I been l'ai.1) to I tho expressed] desire. I Cone, Diavton W, Witt,' 'has.; H. on I II",- ground' and, one t trainer, i .plane I mi!.* pel .on. but' i,tie; who knowx nolhinifnl. ,
Those culled In-low are Class 1 men, make extensive alterations in the for a cessation of hostilities.In I'M'scull I bilin I 11"I1I'Y:0: ) :<;" '' ', Jos (for, ovoi.v' l pilot. ulin eventually "reaches .out K"\ nmont eiiiil. rocts I It maybe t. )
:L.A nnd they ..into. appear before the Local front of Knight's ;Millinery, puttingin I tho rt'ich s tag the tin; 'mint foreign I'aiiloimi(; l bicf Spring, )1".1" Sapp, I the front. with n "spare ongino fur .that I do not. know all (Iliero Is tn J
Hoard on the date printed above large windows( suit ible for" the displaying minister has volubly announced J.lines: II. ;Mull I I'niily' Johns, JossiMorris. .1. oa< h phi ,no. I I lie kaoxvn nboiit Kiivornnionl ,'itii( riucts, .
their mimes : of hats. hi, distrust in Russia's pacific 1 intentions : Mooier, V'aiin .las.. R. Hightowor. After reviewing i i tin1 many obstacles'' I bill I have" lead I the castor bean contract -
V4 Fel>ru.iry I'll;, 1918. 1. C. Powell I is having material placed and dcclaiod\ that Germany; herself P .lii's. J R. ;McClcii.ighan'' I Lewis i (G. t that had, t to bo' ovoreomo, in getting I i drawn up by (he i hut signal ollicer "
Percy Osti'..n, I on the ground\ for t the remodeling, must see to it that ,pence and, er.iler Siville.v', Samuel .\ ","'r..IIII. Lolaiul A.llriivvn. I Iho aircraft, ( piodiiction ,progiam, under of. tin- army, and anionv" its proisions -
0 Ray NVwsom Sidney Elaster Triest nf Ins store t building i corner Call I andWalnut prevail in tlio occupied regions olf I KniK-e Thomas, (O I L. I Haynos I way. :Mr., I llaker said I Iho grout I \' I lind, I the following ian {uacro: ,
.1 James Stewart Eugene Edward Shelter streets. The front, of the her eastern frontier. As a .sop to those Miles( 't. Kelly, Thos. ( -. |IIa/"II.|: Wesley !problem. lion' remaining is to secure whiih sri'inH easy "I1lllll"h of under, I
'ic Ernest James Benton, Hurt Seals, building will be of plate glass and the of the populace of G..rmanvho are TiUu; >, Andrew J. I Damage I Jerry, I the I thoiiHands, skilled. nioi-luinics, Btandinjj: I
John L. daskins Newton Strickland, interior will bo ref nished. opposed to Germany; making: furtherwar 1 1\1.: I DavT', Otis' \.... flurry Kmford V. rnginenion motor (repairmen I wood "Article ;:!t l.-- Tho Oovornmi-nt; ajriocsIn -, f
pf Elishn W. Wilkerson Isaac Blake ----.--- I against Russia( however the foreign j'I A I IV/LI''z. I II.I H. H'IIf'k.'' Siimnol i WWhiteheiul and I molnl I woikors' etc., needed,I Jo1 I ,pay ( he contractor for t the cantor I
Carlton Calvin Gerard (Crews Arthur JOHN W. :MANN: minister saul l Germany i still was Alfred nllls( ('. ""111. Whiltpmore -- .keep t tho pl.inos in ,pet foot condition, beans HO shelled. Hacked and delivered.,
4S A. Ott John Hunyan ;McNoal Alvin ready, for a .POHCO in the east which Fred Flumo, Guy; V. Phillips, and without, vvhiih I the maeliinos I turned ns ill ailli'le J 'hereof. provided, at til"
Bailey Lawson Foster, Lonnie Williams Jacksonville Feb. 17.John W. : would protect, German i interests. Mien S. Kelley, Chan. Johnson Clifford out .soon would bo usolesn in nil! I Iho "rate of $3! r.1I I"'"' "bushel ,if', I pnii'id
Francis, Alexander :Mann Julius Mann 27 years of age, n former resident ; Prominent newspapers in htith l Ger-1; :\\I" 'II..ho". , Alei'k I llairirf. Ed: (Ivors' lit', ,ii hi'ss." of shelled. beans; providod.'i-r, ..,.' .
'! Hogan John Ervin John II, Starling, of Lake Butler ,died, in this city many and Austria-I lungiery ivincodisappomtment Williams I I I Herman I 'Iliomas" Ralph I "At best' said I tho 'secretary. ''flu'I .thai if at any I time during I tin life of -
&'f Eugene Griffis Obediah Ghent Good. at nn early hour yesterday' morning' over the now phase in Glo\: < r, Clauil Hn.In. lull, K: .1 I lip I life of a plane, is but tan mull this and I his ulit. ".11.1! ii I (liii, ,'.' shall I lie ls I'1 I by
, wine James 'Ihomns Moody, Elijah N. after short illness. The deceased is t tho situation and several of the most Strong, Aaron C. Tillis, R. It. Thodo, I the (engine/ must. I bo' ovoi'hauled after sail ( ;Eovornmoril. or. any person body
Coleman, Nathan Eldon Baxter. Ely- survived by his mother and father :Mr. I' influential journals desire to know Lawton't Waters. Thoy 1'. I Dval) I, Randolph : M-venty-llvo hours' while' a pilot on n or commission (hoiiieuato duly veal lair..
i bert Stokes.. Randolph Addison WillieI. and :Mrs. J. H. :\Ilnn. of Lake! Butler; who responsible for it. I' I Kolnnsoii Claud, A I Gainey i I Lige\ ,piano allowed, to leave I Iho hnngais III I i i/i'il by said, ( ;iovornment, w lii-'" |-rico
Duhosc Zonus Zirl Grillls Tom three sisters, ;Mrs. lena lInrna r. of o 1 Hradslinvv ( 'has S. McClellan, ( ',,."- imperfect, condition,I i t i is as helpless asa shall bo lusher t limn t tllll' li.-ivtnfolu.
Okoechoboe; : l ,is. Emma Floyd,I. nndMrs. bird wild hiokcn wing named. then and la I thai ov-nt UK- I dov-
John- i
Loung. Aliram Johnson, Robert JlfIB.SII'I': l H\I.LTi\M:: i I IPRACTICALLY nil I !Lovett, J.ime1* ( lii I k, Sui in uii.l L. II
eon Collee. I.nskett. : Rosa Waters of !Lake" )Butler; Moll !Lonnie V. 11"a.V.. I I'. Litch- "Now that Ami-ncan battleplanesaro ornrnenl I aifrees to (iay t tin- e uint i'a i'tiir
'T,1j February 27. 1918. also five brothers, R. L., I. I>.. T.V.. CINCH: fii'ld.. Porcy I D. Brown Oflio! I Perry, going\ / "V"'l'eOl". n great t i increase i in the Injrher price, tic, .llxed.I "
George William Cotlin Ernest Crum and W. I D. !Mann of Lake I Butler and \MPIO.NSIIIP: ( : :: Walti-r I t :M. Clyntt.t Win.1.: Tison. I Iho volunteering l i of skilled u I I nicthanicsis According. .I i to lilY feoblo, ci ii.ii'" rut. ,ii, iii'I-
w4 William'Elijah Smith Seth W. Rob :M.L. :Mann United States army. The i Miti! ho| Dinkins Loons Kelly Hiram i ,both essential and ovnootod." int of ,plain, and. direct' lnili: "h this
erts Robert, B. Griflls Percy Osteen, body was prepared for burial by Funoml Saturday afternoon the Stnrke boys I.. < ''lemons' Samuel I'in.r.Vnt., I'. Dining I Iho i past months( :Mr. I Baker I I"rtkl.. ::1 i \ u.inintei'K tl r. I llainnor I $1 1 fii"
James ""IW t' Hiirhtowcr, Joe Downing ) Dirt'dorIarrull; Conant andlIe'ompnnil.,1 in one of the most hotly contestediranies Ogloshy. (lliver J.u-kson S. I II. I Donni.son said, a responsive channel of coinmua- por' /,,'... for all I tho 1'n'l hue can
1'1'<,1<,. Fred Nettles, Wilson Bryan by relatives, was forwarded of the season won from the I De\Vitt C.: Jones., ication. with I he allies has boon qii'tit I' ni t I In- farmers to jfrow. and Kiiarantees -
to Lake" Butler for interment. od t II ha' latest of foreign mai I him whatever raiso I in
George Clifford Robinson, John I Lake City boys, by score7:! to ID, ill Henry Harris, Ed Simmons Henry : the gymnasium of Columbia College. at ('. ColJin. Tiuby B. I Pin- bines" havo I l.i'n adapted; (to. American filly I bo,
Inws, :Mack McCoy, John Wesley DIPPING: ; VAT ITTIN Lake City The score undoubtedly, holster' W, :M. Wainwright John I.. manufacture, the industry Increa I \'l i'. I 1111 I In ni'rs' form of oontnut, n
Mann John Cunningham Arthur ('olumbus. : OPERTION) : would have been larger for the St.irkoboys ; Shiner /Hobt.: E.: /Uivoi.s" ( )Ilie' II. lla.en ; at least, I w"lIty-fold., the training, copy of wlmli I have .be.f.,ire. nio, .10)| e4
Whittaker Guilford; Bullocks. but they were greatly handicapped / Jul 5. Thrower I Herman r'. Cros"Y'1 pIli n.' problem. solved and I Iho production tint five tho grower any dIU 1 lire of
February 2R. 1918. Frod Ritch one of Raiford, .coun by the slippery point this 1 being (ifo. W. Brown h Ernest. Hyrd.KEDDI.MI of bllttlepbines 'begun.American shill ring\ i a n possible. I'll iso ia priceis It.
ty's progressive farmers. put his dipping I battleplanes wennot t 4)110)' i
John Callawav, Gilbert Stewart the second, -- -- a strniirht( contract( to prow I thu
,, S Paul Jones. Willie Turner, Conwny vat into operation last :Monday I court this. game season.played on an indoor : ) ) / H A CANDID: VTE: in "Franco IIn."',' I tho oiigmal I sdiediile, bonus at t $::1) I i'r I lu..11I'1., I nnd i it in liters
Robert Hudson Frey Guy on his farm near the Columbia county until July.NAMES nut if I they vvont lo f/1 l I Iho un wor
Matthews By winning Saturday's th" :
line. Dr. Harrison returnedVeilnt's,
Willie - would/ get no more.' Thi1 raise would
3' Jones John Williams Ross. boys have a record of eight gamon I Drew Reddish a well I known oituon
E* 1 Roberts James McNeal Robert Barton day from 11 trip to Baker county won, one lost and have defeated, every of t IhoVnl'rf>ak section was in town : ; : OF DCI.IMJI'ENTS' : : ":: ; KE-: simply' swell I 'uitrii.( 1 1 -miner's. prolilH.. \
Arthur D. Clark where two of the prominent cattlemen I,UICl JTU:/ I.UC.\I. I know 'III"Iar.h| about, ooilr.ictH, S
John Johnson claimant in the state, therefore the H. Thursday and loft with tho Telegraph
Rod Wilkerson, Joe Ferman Hedgman, had begun plans fog the building ofeight II. :.S.; boys claim the State High School his announcement as u candidate. for 1'f )l.ll-: ..Mni'iouirvTo I ; (overnmcnt nnd, I f lo I know
dipping vats for use in dipping thai! this I.I"t fair and I Knownnoiilca
Fred Dell i commissioner. from district
tr Barney Foster. championship. county r
their cattle. this section r-t
..Fountain Enoch Anthony Francis Through The !!. ('ompOh('" of /Kaiford I and I I I.awtey Any \Police OtlicrrThoro : about I t I Iho services gust' rant cciiI
Saturday follows -
Florida line-up
tick eradication work steadily was as
is I :\1 I In i in his Hub-contract to
Robw by r. iii ncr
Emanuel Bevill, Oren E.: Green; voting precincts., :Mr. Itcddish", IH u is ln-roby, coitifii-d( I tho following -
growing;: and Bradford i is in ni wise : know t that ho would, bo richly paid atd
I ort H.Frnnklyn. George; Herbert Scott life-lung citi/en of Bradford, County list of nnraoH and addresses" of
! i, Guy Chester Cady Sam \Vil"on.1'- lagging!, -behind---in this.-important--- woik.TK Starke Lake City and I is everywhere rogaidod. as a man persons who have boon duly notified i I () cents por bushel.I I I. therefore) ,
km: thur Caraway, James English ..Joe'li't .UTOR DEMONSTRATIONThe : ; Heanley, G. forward/ Porter of the highest. integrity.K to lilo' with tinLocal" /Hoard tho iiiostionairo suirtfosl I I to ii "r fii i ivul'ruc t that I before nnterini -
Hensley, C. forward FutchWall into contract with Mr. II"", .
Davis Charley Me- the ; a
Roberts Edgar -- - - i required, by regulations
' ) Simuel Underbill Clarence Newsom Ptarko Hardware Company center Brown M HIII' ltI''t SIn/ E/IS: 11/o M i- promnlgatorl! by the I President, of the I tier they' ii'iiiirn| him to insert
';Ii Hayes Cooper Doris Jones Purvis demonstration of this great laborsaving Kickliter guard :MortimerSpeer [ ( 'nl. I), E.: Knight hns punhasod' ( I United States ii fli her authority I grnnt-I I a provision. i i in hi"i contract rivinifthorn
jjI' Jones ;Malachi Zimmerman William \ farm machine last Saturday! nf- guard Roberto I'ivirs:i home, corner Call I I and Madison i cd by Act of Congress approved ;May I Ihe full I I I benefit of any i increase
Mack Norman. Charles F. :Moore, Oren agents for the Avery tractor. gave ntcrnoon Canova for C. Beasloy and Watts for streets. This is a very desirableprojierty I IX, I 117.: and who have failed (to file in t the price that the Cover nmi'iil may
k. Wilson. Ed ;MeDulTy, John Hodge, at the farm of Paul I,_. Cano- Brown in last half. Referee, I II. Tnbblo. has a large. conunodioushim / such 'I'Il'R I iso na i ri'. I allow.. ,
; Sandy Vanly Wilson, Charley Whit- va, north of town on the Sanilersonroad. o and is well locati-d' ;Mr. Knightis !Under authority of, Set( ion (! of t IhoAct /Hocauso: itt. thoHo boans being aiueieisity
ten, Charley Lee, Martin Dyal Andor- A fast and exciting game of basketball now improving tho grounds. 1\1'1 of :May IX, I !Ill 7, and by Hoc. | :W | lo I the success of our arms I
'. son Young Jo(' Meddook[ Seymore Mc- In breaking the new land, he is taking -I was played last Saturday at Lake I Lev" iton, who is now occupying) this of Si-b-ctivo; I .','rv ice 1 Regulations I you 1 wa oxoordinirly! anxious that Uradfonl -
1 Clover. Jesse :Matthews DuBignon Ct. in Mr. ('II nova had reserved a ( City between the Stnrke arch Luke r".-Ill'nl'e wit h his family will I probnld. lire roiiiiroil| iinmodmlelv (to visit in f'ounty farmers should I do thnir
Coil Barnus Eugene Xewsom. ple of acres for the demonstration. 'ou-1 City girls basket bull, teams which resulted '. continue' to live there. person or through deputies onih person full I share in I Iho( ifrowmu of. I thorn und
the Starke girl. to that end I offered' my services in
in winning Ibis(
-- Oliver plow attached to the - whoso name appears/ on ( list
INFORMATION) WANTEDEditor tractor gang and it was set to work in thispiece by a score ofI:! ; to 17. The feaI LOIIK 'I iTlS WAI" to locate such persons. i if possible, and the matter without ihartfo. Tho
of the the excellent \I .. Maud, /liallington Itooth.n' ihlff signal nUicor of the army scorns
of virgin soil. Tier) III I tures game were i vorn.iii bring them 'before this. I .,nuul Hoard. I If ,
;, TplrA'rllrh-As I have had, largo number of well known were farmerspresent t"um01'1-. of both lives but the, if international' n" piiia'ina, will you lire unablo to prodiKe/' stub 'persons tu have conceived ( hI' idea ( hat the
a number of friends in the North inquiring to the tractor nt work ami, ''Staike, 1'1 I surpassed Lake City inability I p. ik at Methodist: elnirch in f! i is, within 5 days of I the dale! I proposition renild I bo most advanttlamisly | -
ns to for see tn. -hoot goals So far the it-? 'tonight at 7-n: : KI.look.f'i b. ,'_ ui.i /I.K I. exclusive of Hiind'iys and legal holidays / handled I t throuifh i (tho lotting of
unanimous in that
I' winter visitors in this section nnil, they thev. had wore! never seen such fine-saying work in girls' team has won three and tied i: rybody invited, to h,-ar this great you shall I ropott to this Local !lane contracts. and! t this necessarily
not understanding conditions, have soil ns iliHicult as that set apart for one out of four games wi.r inn. I I Hoard all i information you may have ban [,!I'e,1 tho mattor on n Bpoculutlva
been unable to give much information demonstration.There obtained concerning such delinquentregistrants 1 basis, so far as t tho contractors areeiutivrriil
board or cottage this I This. (boin th.' case, our
concerning roms, 1 | (
will no doubt! be many of TRAINING FOR HAND-TO-HAND FIGHTING
rents thought perhaps you might be the-o machines employed on Bradford I Further information nnd description / farmers should look out fur thom-
able to give some idea of what the farms within the next few concerning I th'-so [persons is: itvuil-1 I l! selves" and see that they get nil for the
t, prospect might be for the coming County They will do the heavy turning I able in the record! of thin. Local beans that Iho ovnrrimont; may think;
too late for years. II worth harvesting time, lollS
year if it should prove Hoard. I they are
w better and more economically thanit I : to. therein
. Address only a reasonable'compensation
: Name
this season. be done by horse-power., Or.I"ru,
i I came from New Hampshire a year can I 110.1 I ; Kirby( :Murvin.' Guiford; Fla. I tractor.
t '}, ago last October and, have found the --- -- wm :' j_ I III"I J Frank Luther I Davenport, Hrook'r I':, MATTIIKW8.; : .
for .. I
i climate, ideal oven through the sum- "Hon. R. T. Boozer announces" : ,' I ItfJ:! Sun DOKSJI, Now :Medford., ( '''nn. - ----- ---
{''mer. I have! never been as comfort. the state senate in this issue. says 1111 .Iohn Albritton, New River Fla.II (lILHTEIUIEE'IIf: ; : ;
i, '. able n., the -ummcr just past. Of the Lake City Index. And yet peoplein I I Js Richard A. Fillmore, I. Ituit lir. .\T 1 II \ \1I'To,,"
('ours. this section is a little out of other parts of the state will urge 1 117.,. Gco.: I llutsi.n Dublin Gn.:
.4, the way of the tourists hut I think the senate to ratify the :National o<; Pro- 1177 George; Jamison, Starko, Flue Our iuartorly Conforonco hoifin" nt
't with a little effort it could be made hibitory amendment.--I'alatko News 111Vm.! Henry! Hoasley Hrookor.I Hampton next Fri lny night The
"";- worth while to people of moderate 1'I; I I I :!/ I Joseph, Sam'l. Stewart! HrookiT.Uor I'reBlilmir Kldor I Itov I, r. JonkmK. of
: means wishing! to spend a comfortable SERVICES AT : :: /)t Dr Witt Keith ;Mull Fla. i i1J.JI Jncksonvillo, will preach: Friday night,
4 :METHODIST ('lIt trll I I : : I Bijiton Prico, r Lulu Fla11Z | Saturday m"rninl. Susturdaynight anti
? Thop.' you can give me the desired \ : : Ja'ncs. Mitchell, Dukes) Fin. Sunday Ilrllljt. The busines. H<'!
j. InformatIOn without too much trouble. Regular services at th' :Mothodi I 122't: : l.etnnrd Goo.; J Davis, !Law-toy. i i12.'t2 | ilion of fonforenoe. will bo hold Sunday .
:\IRS. FLORA CADY church in this. city next Sunday morning : :\ Penv Lawton, Lake Hutler, Fla.J2if afternoon at 2 o'clock.tA .
Care G. C. Cady. and evening. Let all our momhi-r-. ,. : .t I I : .lorry Anderson, New Tiver. 1 mo-ii lordial invitation is extenil-
and friend worship with u< Let us ; 1210 Solomon Wilson I I.. Hutler. ed to all tho people of Hampton nn-I
C.\I'T. Al'C.fST! LARSON: have no "slackers" in our army. Let ,r. .-j. : I W. J. EPPERSON: : !" '; surrounding country to attend all tho
Coot. August Larson a well known. all do their "hit" n-vt undaI \'. ,- .'f .. f." :-mbcr of Local Hoard. I servicon of this n".tlnl. nnil hear our
steamboat man on the St. Johns river, ,. T. Z. BARR Pastor. ...-- -- ---. -p. --I' Feb. 21. 1HR.! beloved !l'rtlilinJ Eler. Let no one
was accidentally drowned Friday --- - .. - -- I' stay unl'"K llk to come out

night near :Middleburg. Capt. Larson Dr. U. G. Turner, of Jacksonville Th piaurrhow, Chas. A. Rowa nl. Jr a Ktarko boy and his instruc- Private Roan Criffls, of Macon, l Is to Churrh.' will !.something
ia survived by one tl.1lJll'ht' Her- bit week ,enlln tarke? with his tur in fencing with the IAy"nl.t.Ir.: Kowiind is. at the left in tho picture. I spending n tow 'lavs with his parents, cooil if you fnv away
tha Times-Union.Larson of this city.-Jacksonville parenti spent Mr. aud Mrs. W. M. Turner. He is stationed at Camp Mcade, :Maryland., Mi and :Mrs. M. (j. GrllJ .. T. L Z. BAKU, rsutor. I

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;. TWO POSTMASTER ,at Washington, D. C., at tho earlie-t !

The only criticism thus far heard l regards itself ns forced formally]] to declare FOURTH-CLASS ; practical date.

., regarding the Americans is their desire its willingness "to sign a peace EXAMINATION:

to be up and at the enemy. LIke upon the conditions which had been Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System

their brothers in tho north-the Canndians dictated by the delegates of the"quad The United States Civil Service Old Stunrturd IIpnera' trcnethenlnii tonu.
Week's Summary of the War -they are hard to hold in re- ruplc alliance at Brest-Litosvk. Commission has announced an exam RKOVH.S TASTELESS chill,.,
French Ihe only indication Uiat the enemy .inrlchc.thebloo.1 ndb.illd.uptlivlei
straint. As one distinguished with hindrance comes in an ination to be held at Sapp, Florida, ? i true tonie. For.Jult. and children. 6U:
will meet
fc. officer expressed it, "they are toe Ensign Krylenko, i March 9, 1918 at 10 a, m., as a re-
II announcement by
anxious ut grips with the en make
to get to
,' is expected
in chief. In of which
rnumcution from Pctrogrnd, says 7rotzky the Bolshevik! commander
Friday informed the all-Iiuisian work-. emy.There still is no indication of the his ordL-r he instructs the Russians ,re{'..ftcation to fill a contemplated Half Your Living

IVacc on icrmnn terms hnviniliecn ( men's and 1 soldiers' councils that I Kus- of the expected big of. when they encounter the German ,cancy in the position of fourth-class

refused! liy the bolshcviki K"V-'rn sia's withdrawal was a rt-al one Rnd fc-nsive near approach by the Germans along the line troops to endeavor to persuade them to postmaster at Saf.p: Fla., and other Without Money Cost

Went, (iermnny will resume militur; that all agreements with her former in France and Belgium. The operations refrain from hostilities. "If the Germans vacancies as they Tiwjr occur at that

operations ftguinHt, northern have allies had been vitiated. consist almost entirely of mutual refuse," he adds> "then you must" oflice, unless it shall b* decided in the We are nil at a danger point. On

This resolution is reported Sunday bombardments and minor attacks by offer them every possible resistance. Interests of the service to fill the vacancy the use of good common sense In cur

been reached! at a conference at impc-r kiuseurul Germany hni suddenly found) herself raiding parties. The roar of the bit) As yet there is no indication from by reinstatement. The com 1918 farm and garden operations depends

ial hfad<|unrterx, between the I'rt involved in a ma/te of difficulties (funa is greaetit in the Campagne region German sources concerning the full pensation of the postmaster at this prosperity or our "going broke "
military and political will be the objective on the eastern front and in danger! ol on !several sectors, particularly intentions of the invaders, but it has aflice was $193, lor the last fiscal Even at present high prices no> one

rograd profinljly losing all the large benefit she was near Tahure, where one unit of the been unsunned that in the north the year. can plant all or nearly all cotton, buy ..
of the new invasion. to realize from her shoulder to capture of the provinces of Livonia their from
nt Brestl.itovRkbrokr calmly preparing Americans is fighting Applicants must have reached food and grain at present prices
The negotiations tension, aftei peace with the Ukraine and the Uol"Hheviki shoulder with the French. Likewise,, and Eathonia is contemplated and that twenty-first birthday on the date of I supply merchant on credit and make
up in n stormy the bolshevik withdrawal from the war. all along the Italian front from Lake in the south, in Little Russia, aid is the examination, with the exception money. Food and grain ia higher In

which Lc-oen Trotzky enunciated, ) n plim of Poland, that land which so frequent Ganlii to the middle of the Piave river to be lent the Ukrainians in stemming that in a State women are declared proportion than are present cotton

foreign minister, This was reJected ly in the course of history has proved artillery engagements are in prog'reslI. the tide of the liolsheviki movementugainfct by statute to be of full age for all prices.
"no war, no peace. .
conquerors them.Apparently
hold thaiTrotzky's a thorn in the side of military at eighteen years, women all others to play
ly Germany, which constitute I all\ is still chaos in Russia purposes It's a time above
threatening raid!
is night's attempted air the date of
declarations ended the nrmistice Saturday eighteen years: of age on to produce all possible food, J
which the German with civil in at various
herself the rock on failure war progress
London only one mitted.
proved a be
the HuHsinn front. The armistice on the examination will a and forage supplies on your own
on in the food situation grain
hope of peace and gainful expansion German airplane of the six that came points and reside within the the store bill.
expired Thursday. the east may be shattered. Embittered across the water reaching the capitol daily {(rows worse. :So; serious has become Applicants must acres; to cut down
It in indicated in Vienna dispntcheithat by the tearing off of a strip of their through the heavy barrage that was the latter factor that Trotzky territory supplied by the post office A good pIece of garden ground

the central powern made offHet pi ncc territory to be given the Ukraine for sent up by the British antioircraftbatteries. has been appointed food controller and for which the examination is announced. rightly planted rightly tended and

with the Ukraine in order to hands breaking away from the bolshevik! One of the enemy planes given unlimited powers Already] he kept planted the year round can be.

their diplomatic defeat at the and signing! a peace with the Central reported to have been forced down into has ordered l the arrest of speculators The examination is open to all cit made to pay nearly half your living. It

of Trotzky.It will! Powers, the Poles arc in what appears the sea as n result of a fight in the in foodstuffs. izens of the United States who can will save you more money than you
is reported that Germany the l against
support the Ukraine the which Germany France and Belgium the military leaderx. and ever grewfITn'tlT's' ",
snyi Even very weapon The armistice between the Germans Application blanks, Form 1753, you
One (icrmon newspaper moving against and Austria were as such pnins and the I Russians has ended, according with their armies ready, are expecting full information concerning. the requirements : !! 1918 Sec1 Book tells all .

that the liolnheviki there are is little douM. to force in the hope of deriving military to an oflicial communication issued in the Germans to launch their ( of the examination can nbo'v.1 t'-io right: Und of a coney: sav-

the Ukraine and will use all L'ne/lts-the Polish army-liids Berlin In giving notice of the termination much.talked of offensive but there still secured from the Postmaster at Irst garden and the vegetables to put

that the central powers the food supplies fair to be turned, against/ them. Reports of the agreement to cease hos. ;' is no outward sign of its near approach. ' ae the place of vacancy or from the 111 It. It tells about tlio farm crops as

which moans to protect hope to obtain from the in the German newspapers ex. tilities, this communication contains Artillery duels and raiding United States Civil Service Com well anJ shows you the clear road to

they. situation, indicate that the Polish the grave statement that Germany reserves operations and intensive aerial activity mission, Washington, D. C. real and regular farm prosperity. It's
Ukraine.Hy OermnnjiTiroliulily press dismay and alarm over the Polish a free hand in every direction. continue to feature the fighting all Free. Send for it today to H. G.
aiding the Ukraine have, to bring legions, now an effective military Whether the Germans anticipate an along the front. Three successful Applications should be properly executed I HASTINGS CO., Atlanta, Ga.-Advt.
'rack from the moved Polish sentiment of bitterness against not developed but undoubtedly there is carried out by the British in Flanders ------ --
than a few of the the divisions euHt.* the Central powers. The situation has tense feeling between the German mil and near Lena and Arras in northern
there recently from the lire France. In Flanders the raid, which
end of the western grown so serious that military itary ollicials and the Oolkheviki by
On the northern have lieensuccessful patrolling the streets in War aw. reason of the fact that Leon Trotzky, was> curried out south of the lloutholst
front the Canadians again the German Austria-Hungary is! particularly involved the Bolshevik! foreign minister, has wood, resulted in the British penetrating
in a raid made north in the difficulties because of the not mot the desires of Germany to the German positions on a wide Florida's Fertile Farm LandsYOU'LL
incursion was
linen. The which it expected front the infliction of
and! two prominent part was frame a separate peace treaty with numerous
of Lens' and a few prisoners !<'renchma'hine she would play in the future government that country. casualties and the taking of prisoners. ba interested in tbi. better farming coun.e' .

machine guns captuml The Frenl'htroops of Poland. The Polish elements Dispatches from Petrograd indicate Sixteen German airplanes were accounted (oil, climate everything, work with

guns raptured.their raids, in the and those sympathizing with them in that German soldiers have declined to for Sunday in aerial fighting you. Communitiei are well developed; vchools art

continue and have brought, luck the dual monarchy, are up in arms : obey their commanders to move to the by British army airmen and in addition good and churchet are nearby. Transportation

Champagne the Herman trenches over the situation and further internal French front anil even have given battle German towns and military positions facilities alto good.
prisoners troubles are threatened. to brothers in arms who endeavor behind the battle front were

northwest and Past of of Butte Khcimi.du Mesnil, Further to the north, it already has ed to force them to do so. In Petro- heavily bum bet!. British naval airmen The Florida East Coast Railway

In the region American and French been reported that Germany purpose grad, nt last accounts marked disor. also paid a visit to the German naval (F...... Srtom

rnst of Rheims, engaging the ( resuming military operations ngaiitst ilers were still prevailing, there being and air bases Xeebrugge" which through its subsidiary companies-the Model Land ;
nrtilleryment are northern Russia, and this report gains indiscriminate and I Land Chuluola Co., and
in violent exchanges. South of shooting looting.An were effectively bombed and drove Co., Perrine Grant Co..
La I*>ormme, French batteries digperbed color \\jy: the announcement that! \11I"ommissioners Amsterdam dispatch nays! that clown three German machines that attempted Okeechobea Co.-owns and has for sale large tracts

a strong concentration of Gorman representing: the c n.1 Rumania intends: under certain conditions to give battle of land suitable I for farms and truck gardens.
trill powers at Petrograd have ]li
tronpliTn t Iho Italian front, and eppl'dallYhrtwN'n the Russian capital and have pawed with the central powers. Britain, arising from the secrecy sur. answered promptly and in detail.J. .

Lake Gnrd.i! and, the Piuve,, within the German military lincw. Tru- Tueudny rounding the recent supreme war E. INCRAHAM, Vice-President
has increased but probable German purpose to attack With Russia in the grip of internecine council at Versailles and the retirement .
the artillery activity INCRAHAM. S.I. As nl
have been con the Holt-heviki is also indicated in a strife and her battle line denuded of Gen Robertson as chief of the JAS. D. ,
the infantry operations Vienna dispatch declaring that if Germany British staff has been bridg FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY
result of the imperial
to small raids. of men as a peace St.Aucuitini, Florida
decided to resume military (operations ed. Premier Lloyd George announced Room 1Q2 City Buildins
of the reply to the nd. declaration of the Bolsrcviki, Germany
Adoption the throne puts an end to against Russia, "the nttitixle is reported already to have be. to the house of commons that it had
dress from
the attacks in the house of commons of Austria" would not be influencedthereby. gun the cnrryind out of her threat of been decided to set up a central au
This would seem toII 'J\n thority to coordinate the of
cabinet, which an invasion because of the failure of strategy
Lloyd! George "
on the that Austria intends to leave > !erinnny allies submitted
threatened to become serious. Thehousl' the Bolshevik! to sign a peace compact the and that the plan
the reply without division to light the battle alone in north Russia. with the central power. by the Americans 'which put the case

Thursday passed night 1 : after all hostile Whether she hopes to keep! up Reports emanating from Sweden for the present proposal" was one of McCALL PATTERNS
conections with the Petrograd government the ablest submitted
amendments had been withdrawn or say that the Germans have 1 begun documents ever
defeated.KlTorts. meanwhile is not clear, but Sofia pushing forward their troops into Rus to a military conference The plan

to crush German made I dispatches declare that Bulgaria is sia's two remaining Baltic provinces was adopted with minor changes \'
doing thlt'ery thing, having "renirn- February Issue ARE NOW
and other propaganda: in France FJstronia and LivoniaMthe: taking of "
peace ed diplomatic relations with 'lussin., TESTED AND PROVEN.Thoro .
resulted in the conviction of Bole which completely isolated Russia from
have I'nsha and he has been sentenced I tc However, all the Central Powers 4 reIn the shores of the Baltic and! gives the .. ON SALE

be executed as a traitor Itolo' spent: agreement over the situation isdei'lnrpd. enemy, in addition to the port of Riga I* V .Ituan nt C- in n iAiivav '. u_ =-
in nein Ask
ia *% ivaj vi ouiucc (( your dealerfor
.', to further hisconspiracy the city of Rcval, situated on the ? ;
much German money
1 and his activities not only In the west while the military si'lOa'tlon Gulf: of Finland opposite Heisingtors Able to Depend Upon a Weil- a '
nt the front shows few signs for Earned Reputation.
'. and newspapers whence they easily might operate
touched French politicians .
the moment of passing beyond (lie FEBRUARY
reached the United States. against Petrograd by sea.
but I
stage of raids and! sporadic bom!>adments had McCALL
Although Austria-Hungary
:Saturday For months Starke renders have
.,: t.i;' The Friday, the date set by> influential and entering into one of major shown dissatisfaction! over the stand seen the constant expressions of praise FASHION
the millions of
operations by tnc-n that has taken Run.sia .
for the (starting Germany
t" German for Dean's Pills and rend SHEET
newspapers Kidney ,
and defense there
I If massed for attack ,
much-iidvertiied, German the dual monarchy evidently has
r of the has been n development of marked! importance bout the good work they have done
been placated promise of Germany better (
offensive has passed and no aggression : by a o r, yet,
regarding the forces ton (heKntente in this locality. What other remedy
that German activity
materialized. military
of the any
f on the part enemy side of the battle lin!!. produced such proof buy
vcr convincing
On the contrary, I both the will be confined to northern Russia aMcCALL
Hritish and French armies delivered I Thus, London advices nnouncing tlie, and Austria-Hungary left to deal af merit?

nt widely separated points on the retirement of Gen. Sir William Robertson with whatever other problems may II. :Merwin, Artesian Well Contractor QUARTERLY

western front smashes at the German ns chief of the British 'mplriAI"tnl1' arise in the territory adjacent to her 512 Lemon St., Palatka, Fla.,

line.:: These attacks, although they and his Hughes replacement Wilson by apparently M.ij.iJcn.Sir borders.! says: "I was having considerable trouble (Price 25 cents Including

wore in the nature of raids, were successfully indicates Henry that something approaching, . Related dispatches from Petrograd from my kidneys. At no time was> a free

carried, out. general stair cr.vti'dby tell of the capture of Kiev, the new [[ free from lameness and soreness coupon good for
alleged was
The Canadians on tho famous Lens an : capital of Ukraine, by the Bolshevik)
the supreme war council in its r1- hrough my back and kidneys The 15 cents towards ;.
their raiding operations The fighting is described as having of
sector kept up
cent session at Versailles. C-rernl Sidney secretions were too frequent the of 1
against rlie Germans again : Robertson, it is revealed would t<)t an extremely sanguinary character, in passage and then again scanty and
trenches nnd bringing I back prisoners four thousand persons having 1 been any McCall Pat ',
consent to take GenernlVihon'A place luinful. I felt unfit for kind of
In the Butte \DC Besnil region of killed! and several! thousand wounded. any tern), and revel In
Champagne where the French aidedby as British military representative en Great destruction was wrought in the work and had to rest every little while.

American batteries executedbrilliant PI the supreme war council nor remain" town by shell:) and explosive dropped I finally got n supply of Doan's Kidley !- lavish display of

stroke earlier in the week, a I Ir chief of btafT "with limited powvr by aviators. Pills and they gave me relief almost charming designs.
the inference being that some hij'tier!
lively artillery duel was in progress at At Odessa another big battle has immediately. After I had taken 6174 6I7S 6171-8160
has been set
last accounts with the American, in I authority up. been fought between the Itolsheviki hree boxes, I wua cured."

all probability participating. Likewise Premier Lloyd George 'vith ,he endorsement and the moderates during. which war. Price CO cents nt all dealers. Don't

near Verdun! nnd in the Woevrereciprocal of parliament the other d"y ships in the harbor. bombarded the limply ask for a kidney, remedy-get THE McCALL COMPANY
1 bombardments of n violent I to back him, it would appear, hits city. Polish legions at Minsk are declared Bonn's
Kidney Pills the that
character are in prouress.A grappled with the British military situation to have been sanguinarily defeated same New York San Francisco Atlanta
" urccl Jlr. Merwin. Foster MilburnTo.
the front enst boldly and made tt conform nnd put to rout, while the Bol- Chicago Do ton Toronto
loner that sector on
of St. Mihiel where an American force with the view so many endoised have held aid the shevi.kl.also are rl' .ha\'e captured ., Preps., Buffalo, X. Y. ((30))

ia holding the line, quiet is prevailingfor : which apparently by bon Tongorod, on the Black spa, and .. -- -
that thor should
Versailles council, <
the time being owing to the inclement Voronezh, capital of the province of
of the allied nrmirc.General
weather. The Germans: in the same name.
front of the Americans are busily engaged Robertson seeminfc'y was not On the buttle front in France nnd [h d
willing to fit into the plan, without
in repairing trenches and constructing Flanders! the operations continue of a
dug-outs to replace any question having been rvsed: ns to minor character except for artillery
new his ability he has ht; .1 to ntep do>vn
those which have been shattered recently duels on i isolated sectors and here and
by the accurate aim of the and make way for another. in there raids of more than the usual YOUR MONEY

American gunners handling their "Vs.Over ; Following up their destroyer raid vbie-h violence. The only attack of importance
the of Dover FridaIn
the entire front the aerial acitvity trtift along the entire front has been
several ,
continues intense, with both they wiped out in Champagne on the sector where the
Mubrnarines -
the Germans sent ona of their
the entente and German airmen en of Dover in the French aided by the American gunners
into the port
captured German positions last
to locate opposing positionsor
darkness' of the ca'ly morning Saturday.
to spy out troop concentrations.French The O boat threw few roun's Tuesday.
have carried out At this point which is situated
aviators again
into German attacking of shells into the city and retired southwest of the Butte Pu Mesnil: DRAWS foray INTEREST
a 'when n icted to the lire of the ?hme
with bombs numerous towns small damage the Germans, heavy artillery

; after inflicting
I of military importance, notably Mtz, batteries and causing preparations, attacked and gained a
to residence property
in French trenches. Later
the famous fortress that lies some footing ,
American a few casualties. however they ejected.Ov ,
I twenty miles north of the .MniwlnvAmerican were,
sector in Lorraine. Large quantities .V"uu.1 wn me W American sector near 6t.Mihiel O' ,-

of explosives were dropped and conflagrations I troops in France now lire : the Germans have increased
were observed. in battle on three sectorsn their their aerial reconnaissances and bomb

t The Rrtish again have hit the Turk own line east of St. Mihiel! ; nnj, "Ilhthe dropping expeditions. The Americans When it is in the savings
hard blow. Northeast French in Champagne nn t on one anti-aircraft guns are forcing the enem -
line in Palestine
of the most famous> battle fronts in >- i"'anes to keep nt high altitudes.
of Jerusalem they have penetrated of the world, where ruined villages! nnd On, t them has been driven down
depth of this
Turkish positions to a department bank.It
\ two miles on a front of six miles. the tnlo devastated of hard country fought generally battles wh"nthe tellthe damaged by an American aviator. .

Sneaking into the Strait of Dover Germans pushred forward thtirline Wednesday!

Gorman torpedo boat destroyers early and ultimately were driven back Teutonic troops are advancing east
Friday morning made another of their by the French. ward into Russia I over a front of four when
I'it sudden attacks on small British craft, the Americans hundred miles from Iliga in the north earns nothing
sinking eight of them-seven drifters And everywhere to I.itutik. a scant fifty miles from the
and one trawler. proving to be fighters of the highest l'A..t Galician bonier on the south. Apparently
caliber enthusiastic .rvcomiums carried around in
winning \
thus far the has
Late German ne\v.pnrers! assert that from high French officers frI ( your
there ore indications that peace negotiations met with no opposition. The northern
business-like methods of warfn"I'l'I'pl'clnlly !
I reaches of the KNina river have been
between the central powers '
their skill in the use of nrtdlery. -
and Rumania are in prospect. It is the veterans r'NIit'ol: by the enemy; the important pocket.
I Already men are
( rl111'incl town of fHmsk. whence roads
Assumed by some of newspapers for nothing the Germans have in stock
that Rumanian delegates already have I| run northeastsvnrd to Petrogrnd and
reached given point where they remains to be shown them, ixcept a eastward to Smolensk has been captured

will discuss> with representatives of i great mass! attack. Thus fat everyI and Lutsk one of the famous

the central powers details for the con. I thing that has been tried by tka enemy fortresses of the V-'lhynia triangle and BANK
them has been disco< ced and STARKE
ferenc. against; forming the gateway lending. eastward
Although reports of the conference in some instances doubly d'scounted.Stories to Kiev, attempting to stav the foe,
nt the imperial German headquartersbetween I from the front bv the Associated ( An official announcement of capitulation
Press tell of the in ()f
F.mperor William and the tepidity has been signed by NikolaiLvnino
military and political leaders have indicated | the men in tranch raldmr operation (of and Leon Trotzky on behalf of State County and City Depository

the probability of renewed their coolness under fie nrd in rr- the peoples' commissaries of RUII ia.

lighting between the Teutonic alhea ['turning fire, the accuracy of aim of Protests against Germany attacking;

and the Russians, the BoUheviki gov | \gunners and the intense wntchfulneng country which hu declared the war at I E. S MATTHEWS Pres. T. H. HALLIGAN Casheir
ernment's withdrawal from the war at observation points to see that the an end nnd which is demoralizing its ,

has been reiterated by Ifnn Trotzky.* enemy obtains no undue! advantage In armies on all fronts, hut under the

the foreign mini ter. A wireless cum- surprise attack. circumstances: it enys. the government I


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".-- :_ n.. _: ___ ____ __ __ u _ -=- _ .. When: his dream switched about and. Here are some sulphur and matches,' nut I never be lived I'd! In- kicked out To Cure a Cold In One Day.
he dreamed he was Uoad. make a Hell for yourself, I I I of hell" I Tafcr I.\\.VI'l lf' TIMKMOOunmir' Itnt p* the .
I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. In a veryline coffin he was lying in Don't.kiinp., UM- them\ freely, for bj -The !lit'! >, I',... e.r'..',iuli .11..i"I II" i het'..A w eke vifhet, . 'I
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And thousands were there tho none 1 ha\l' >deny more loft for the sultni''l The peanut I itho amiinimti.m I i., ,r,,
I ; 1 mourned his fate. and 1 "'rit ." used in north! I Homl.i\ f,M,' \\ u "F( \\ r
[Live State News Ihs soul buzzed about and found this <> From his troublous sleep Dill nwoki'on the hull wiv\il It h".. I I. "'ii f> nil
cost ail sweat
II _......._- _....."" ..............._...::.J I I That he and his soldiers were doomedi And -.nil!, "That's a dream\ I shall, l ___. _ _, _ _
Told by Our Exchanges. I, :i, bo lost; in"\vr fni get. JOHN WHITE & CO.()
',Ho wouldn't believe it, so to Heaven That I wont\ t get to He.t\on I knowi '
L "
-- -- I went straight, \ i > well.CARDUI. 'f'i, :;
-- -- And, arrived at the portals knocked! Llbvrftl .assortment JJ"it ..
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By a majority of more than four to bald :Nirholiin to leave the Lowmloa! loud lit the .gate; end full valuu pass .. :

one, the bond election for $2OO,000) in I county ohainwing and go to the l bt edM'lo "Ih' '. Peter get busy, quick open the ..wFURS -q
the northern end of Volusia county of hi,., father at tjuincy. The elder door
was carried at the polls Friday. ". :Nicholson: is bald to be suffering from See who's here. It's the Kaiser, make Hldo .nd

stroke. of paralysis and the physicians everything roar, Goat. .kIM 1
With two schooners and an ocean state that if he does not die he Boat the drums. blow the horns, have shy 1- -- - -- _
Roing motor barge under constructionin I is liable to come out from under the a swell banquet made I
IVnsucolu and contracts for other stroke n raving maniac, and it ii doubly Tell (!ott I have come nail we'll have a Suffer? UGH! CALOMEL MAKES
vessels to be begun at an early date, desired that the son be in the home parade." I YOU DEATHLY SICK
I'cnsacola is taking front rank i in with his mother and sisters. Saint Peter looked out, then in voice 1 __
wooden ship construction on the gulf loud and) clear! 1>irs. J. A. Cox, otAt.
coast. O nla. wan stunned and saddened!. derson \V.'a.. writes HAMvSTON': Imo .
: ( Said: "Try down below, Bill you can't, : Stop Using Dangerous Drug t
Saturday afternon ti> receive official get in here." "\ty daughter suffered -----
Before It Salivates You!
Clamps were tightened at Camp message! announcing; the death nf LieutWiley "Tut said. the Kaiser, 'i .
Johnston tut "you're tl'rribly She could Roberta On.' Jan !'l I, 1917.
to the limit
during the past If. I-iuford of I
O.'ala11 the tir It's Horrible.
week by Lieut. Col. E. L. :Munson, in France on February !-S. The You \ery don't: uncivil probably know I'm n friendof not turn In bed . the I Old! Kl'ntu'ky1fA'I'tiducnh: Co.,

c!>commanding.. Minor breaches of discipline telegram/ came from the adjutant general the Devil. doctors gave her up and ''J I You're !bilious! sluggMi. constipated! Gentlemen, : Ky. \\

as well m the more serious of- nt Washington to lion. II. A. Bu- And I'm going with pleasure." So he we brought tier hOllle td and! believe you nevi vile dangerous A :Mr. Will Wachter of this county ,
fenses were punished. Officers and ford, father of the dead boy, and. contained started to go. die. She bad suffered so calomel to stInt your liver and cloiin hail: Nome hogs that were down with *l I

men are treated-alike. no particulars only the announcement A-whistlmg like blazes, to make n big much at. . tine Ilav.Irlg I your bowels. cholera! and had given up all hope of ...\

I Hon. W. A. McRae, of Tallahassee ford, i in the first of his Ocala death meet 15u- show. beard of f C.1I'dul, we Here's my guarantee! Ask your saving them and wOlal.not\ spend onepenny ?
boy When he to Hell's)) door he was him 1Mb. W>
came < druggist for CO bottlo of lodson's on them Igave one
commissioner of agriculture, has left denth on the firing line and nil hearts Eot It for her. n .
filled dismay of U. A. Thomas' Hog PowI
pail f
Liver Tone and tnke your
, confer with HerbertL.
Washington to
here are Lowed in sorrow. lie was 1Fplf'ndid \ For while outside! he o'orhenrd) a
waiting and!
him in mefor
li-r I and I he come paid
Hoover in regard to the Florida fish brilliant and greatly beloved tonight. If it doesn't start "poollrul'l
Satan say, it nnIltlv.'I'\ that every ono of
laws lie will
also attend the
meeting young man.Saturday. "Look her, boys, take notice, I give nail straighten you right up bin liege gut well and! that he had
of fish commissioners from
on Monday
all warning. than calomel nnd without griping or them in his
you ; I killed! t them and now hut
the Atlantic
: gulf coast states at Oxford E. C. Rowell I'm cxpectine'the Kaiser down here in making you sick I want to that
fODd you go smoke house tend! they were im
which is railed in the interest of
,. and J. C. Lei had a difficulty over the morning to the store ho killed! this .
( conservation.Will ; hack and get your mon fine IK any hud year.I
some lumber that the former had sawed But don't let him in, he'll)) start mussing want to Id.thnt.\ he said hm hog ..
for the latter. Rowell in a sawmill about; j' ey.Take calomel today! and tomorrowyou were down I< and\ so sick that lu had! to -I I
will be
Yon state auditor, a man and Lee a well known Sum. So give him the ha! ha! and kick him and bin wifeinured
prize: their open
I candidate to succeed himself in the ter county farmer. Early this morning The Woman's Tonic will feel weak anti sick and! nauseated
. right out the powder! down! their throat
state primary. :Mr. Yon was secretary Don't lose Take
the men met again and the difficulty a day's work.
full for
1'lenso find! check in my account -
of the railroad commission for was renewed the result of the 1 ii spoonful of harmless vegetable Dod- J
"Oh, Satan dear friend the Kaiser and with kindest regards! WAh'J
state "III a few days, she began -
eight being appointed auditor
, years quarrel being that Rowell shot and then cried., I son's Liver Tone tonight and wake up to remain.Yours .
to improve Mrs. :
last to succeed R. A.
August killed Lee, and nlso badly wounded his
"Excuse me for listening while wait Cox continues "and had I feeling great. It's perfectly harmless ,
the truly
Gray, filling out four-year unex- son, Frank. The sheriff has taken very i
pired term of Ernest Amos, who was Rowell to Bushnell mob violencewas (', no trouble It. . C.1I'dul ) so give it to your children any HANKSTON: B1W "
as "
. elected state comptroller. threatened and! he is being guarded But pease let me in, for where else cured her, and we slnli time. It can't salivate, so let them For Sale by J.V.. Wluti & S.m. :
\ can I got": its praises everywht're.'e I 1 1 A! 1'i 22.ESI'ARI.ISIIED i-
to prevent further difficulty. Feeling ( eat anything afterwards. (11-.1)I) Staike, Kl.i/ Feb. - : I
( Fire fos a time threatened the entire is very high against! Rowell and "Indeed.I know." said" the Devil "I'm d-d if sands\ receive of similar many letters thou1 ,

business section of Jacksonville, orig- for time
that wouldbe
a it was feared he
inating in the L'Engle office and store lynched. "Ach. please let me in, for I'm feeling goodtXarduihasonefor
building, which it destroyed entailing"" And quite if you cold.want money I've plenty of women ho suffer front J. R. DAVIS & CO.
a loss conservatively Mitchell)) Reader, a 15-year-old l boy gold complaints SO common to
$100,000 to $150,000. The third floor of Syrian extraction of Jacksonville, ;
I Let me sit in a corner, no matter how their sex. It should do '
was gutted. Charwick Furniture Co. committed suicide at the home of his hot." you Rood, too. Try INSURANCE

and W. 1) Jones are the heaviest parents, :30 East Union street. The "Nix, nein," said the Devil. "Moat Cardul.; E-11 fire ihroadoAccident. Automohlla,lIahlll1,. riatoliHis. Steam Dolls, Burglary.Bonds .
losers. hoy was discovered by his stepfather,1 ,
I' certainly not. 1
Theo Sways, when n STARKE, FLORIDA 1a
You can't gain admittance offer
: by your
of Milwaukee .
Mrs Emma E. Thompson woven baggage: strap partially suspending of pelf
was knocked down last Thurs. him from the head of an iron ; 9
day night at the Palmetto avenue I bed in the room he occupied at the --- --- --- -
crossing in Fort Pierce by n switch I Union street address.! The police were
t' engine nail both feet were crushed off called and they responded! with a lung- ,

r She died early Friday morning. She motor. It was seen at a glance, however .
has a sister-in-law residing in Daytona that the boy had strangled' to III
but no relatives in Lort Pierce. death some moments! before their arrival -

.S' Several inland, waterway developments ,

i in Florida are under considerations :Mrs. D. D. :McCnskill, one of the .4
" as war measures, and the report I most prominent young women of Pen I "OVERTHERE"
t tt of the Helm Commission on Navy sacola died ns the result! of bums
rys Yards and Docks, which has just been i which she suffered nt her home. Her '
filed with congress is believed to dress ignited: from a gasoline; stove
point indirectly to the need for such and she was burned so severely that
inside water routes it ia learned from she succumbed to the Injuries :Mr.

Jacksonville. time:McCaskill, suffered, who severe was in burns the house about at the the The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches De-

, C. B. Kiner, a lineman for the hands and arms in endeavoring to extinguish -
sota Ice and, Electric Company sara-I the flames. The body was scribed by an American Boy '
. killed by a live electric wire shipped to Miami, the former homo of
I work near McCIellan Park. Kiner had the deceased.
been here two having come l

from Columbus, U years. He leaves a wife When D. 'V.V.. Thompson openedhis _,'. The Bradford County Telegraph has secured ;t
'. and two children. The remains were drug store this. morning! at
. \', sent to St. Cloud for burial St. Cloud ville he discovered that his Brook"1 this feature for its readers
" being the former home of his wife. been, broken open and,! robbed of about ;I 1 ,c great newspaper

$30 in silver. A war sating stamp and of these intensely
and will the -
With Ifi men in jail at Titusville and) some other papers were found! on the j begin publication
:four nets seized by the deputy fish floor in front of the safe The front j II
r commissioner for illegal fishing, the door was locked and the hark door |I interesting articles in its issue of Friday,

I pirates who have been engaged! in the was locked and! bolted so the doctor
wholesale destruction of food fishes, cannot account for the way the rob I March 1st.
regardless of Florida laws upon the ber entered the store, unless: he had

subject, or the requirements of conservation been locked in, and when leaving! tho I "Over There" is series of articles written by
must make up their minds store went out through the front door a
that Shellfish Commissioner Williams which locked itself. The sheriff was -
,h is fully determined to enforce this notified, but so far no trace of the robber Sergeant Alexander McClintock, of Lexington -

laws. or robbers has been found. j Ky., who served in the Canadian Army .1

Henry Robinson the Gainesville After the jury was out a short time,
negro who was shot Tuesday morningby they returned a verdict of guilty in France until he was seriously wounded and
Rogers Brown in the former'lIhome against James. I. and Harvey Tow, the :
( near Williford in the West End Plant City counterfeiter. Extreme I invalided home. He has a gripping story that l
died Tuesday afternoin from his in. mercy of the court for Harvey Tow, J
juries. It will be recalled that Sherur Rogers the 17 year old boy, was recommended American will read with unflagging
was arrested by Deputy hy tho jury. Sentences was passed every ,
Bruton and placed in the county jail. Saturday morning by Judge Call.
for he writes from his
interest experien-
Brown confessed to shooting Robinson Charges against the Tews was for own
t, who he said, had taken his wife away counterfeiting: money having n mould. '
's' from him. in their kitchen stove at their home. .'Bo)," said he, "we're at the big show ces and tells the facts unadorned.
.t I..t,"
ylsl Louis Sternberg a clerk at one of
Kimbrough, who
\, the Camp Johnson.assaulted Jacksonville and robbed post who Henry Saturday attacked! a a white negro woman III Brief Summary of the Articles as they Will Appear in The TelegraphNo. III I
exchanges was
arrested nt St Peters
Largo, was
as he was carrying the entire cash receipts near burg. The arrest was the culminationof 1. In Truininif.-How the men greatest t of all battles! and tells of the
of Post Exchange No. 3 to an all-day hunt by with are finally brought to the firing line. hell nf it. "The front in Belgium walt
r headquarters of the company operated dop>!I. In fact the posses in charge of A description of'.ions that our really a rest sector in comparison," withit
%. by D. J. Conroy. Several men, three Deputies Strickland and Younphlood own hoys and their r"ni wil! rend ," hi- ways The extensive preparations -
of whom are now under arrest, are of the allies for open warfare af-
were still in the woods south of Largewhen engerly.
charged with the robbery. Two of '.'r\\nr.lllllnnlunpd because of the failure
reports came from St. Petersburg No. 2-The Uomfo Kaiil. The great 'r rr
them are alleged: to be privates whiled I that the black had been taken preparations and rehearsing for this of expected developments..No. 1 'j.
soldier. : . .\\iiunili-d in Action. This nr-
the other is an ex- wife )
The attack on the white woman attack. Volunteers. for the jib taken M \
tick describes the terrible f fight, the
of a farmer, occurred at !0 o'rloi-k in behind the line where the Cvirn.tntrenched ; /
Two women, winter residents of St. ..I'adIn" dying, the loss of a pal and! -
the morning. The black failed! to accomplish reprodur"l The
are exactly
Petersburg, were victims of a rather the final falling of McClintock in NoMan's
unusual theft and as a result had to his purpose because the wom days of preparation Heretofore unwritten : l.und. Simply told it is one of
brought an's screams timely re detail of modern
the streets in bathing the most remarkable descriptions of a
walk through
The woman was walking along n This article concludes with the men !
dressed at their boardinghouses battle participant ever put to-
suits. They suits under their country road! near the Atlantic CoastLine going out to their jobs. .by a .
with bathing gether..No.
street clothes, and after reaching the Railroad track when the she negrocnme faced Nn 3.-"Over the lot| and Give 'Km : 6-1 l"..-orat..1 for Bravery ; 6
beach took off the skirts and waists up behind her and as I Hell." The English! Tommy's/ tattle Home and) Uncle :- nm. Thin! concluding -
and went in the water. When they about struck her R heavy blow he across had cry aa he breaks from his trrnch. The article, of the MerleS relates in detail i i't
came out their clothes had been stolen. the face with an iron fishplate bomb raid and what happened. Of how England cares for the wound!
The blow
Fortunately fo' them it is not unusual pirked up on the railroad.she! screamed! sixty that started forty-six failed to ed. !How the king and queen' came to
bath- felled her nnd as she fell return because the Germans had! prepared
and decorated
in bed of American
to see A person on the street a the an hay
A. F. Sullivan, section foreman, on
suit. and mined the trench Graphic him in a London honpitnl for
the railroad, was on the track making description of Sergeant. Stet lintock'04I gallantry Interesting, intimate and!

There was great excitement on the some repairs to his car. and hearingthe I terrible experience.No. amusing(' in-"-' -ts. told! by nnd of the 't
rushed! The negro be- 'em hell "
"Over the and !
scream up. top give
x beach at St. Augustine, when off An- alarmed when his victim scream. 1.-!Shifted to the Somme. Sergeant wounded Toi..Miles. Trying to fight
Mr. A. Cohen, who came I for Uncle Sum.
astasia lighthouse the McClintock takes par' in the
1 with number of prominent ed and broke into a run entering _
a -----
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was woods. Sullivan gave the alarm, and

7 ;, Leon Pittsburghers hotel hooked: from a nine the-foot Ponce man de Sheriff :'II.1.: Whitehurst was Stricklandand calledup Remember, this great feature will start in the Telegraph on Friday, March 1st. Send in your

eating shark weighing 600 pounds. bv Younghlood.telephone.: with Deputies dogs, followed it subscription now and begin with the beginning of Sergeant McClintock's vivid description of opera. "

fx. the The tugging boat was on almost the roap overturned when the by into black's Lake trail Largo and the swamp dOles followed losing! it it tions on the European battle fields, said by many critics to be the most interesting articles yet written

shark tok the fight bait. but The after shark being madea there. The woman was not seriously I about the great world war, because they are written by a man who was in the thick of the ,fighting.
desperate injured. Section :Master Sullivan, it
speared several times was conquered. happened had picked the negro' up justa t

short time before the assault and Send Remittances to
Three principals and three alter- given him a "lift" on his car. recognizing
from Gainesville for the U. S. hand who had been
rates him as a
naval academy at Annapolis have been employed on an extra pang! in another
named by Representative Frank Clark. section. It was after he left Sullivan The Bradford County TelegraphSTARKE

They are: Principal, Anthony Rod. that the black came upon and attacked -
jrers Brady, Fernandina. Alternate, the woman. 1
Claude Kegwm Barco Gainesville. FLORIDA
Principal William Burns Tucker, TilE )KAISER'S IIRE.HIThere's

Gainesville. Alternate Oak. Principal., Calhoun Richard Rancy Subscription Price: One year, $1.50; 8 months, $1.00; 6 months, 75 cents.
Byrd. Live told tho strangeit ,
Alternate, a story,
:Martin Scruggs: PeTTY.
Jr., Gainesville.Strong may seem, 1
Francis Ovid Spain, .
How the great Kaiser Bill had a won-

appeals are being: made to derful dream. I I
the Georgia prison commission in an He was Ming of Allies aj he lay !
Archi. In his .
effort to secure permiiion for f




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"RII>.n'. FEBRUARY 22, 1918. t

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,\ -- 3:15 What
_. ----- DV* AT THE FAIR I :
-- wish them W\S
the Swift Creek section, last :Monday ti". Her. many lends are pleased to .have a host of friends consideration in tho establishing t

Bradford County Telegraph in and Tuosday. know the operation, wns ,uci-ejsful nnd a lung voyage through. life.-- Saturday, March 2nd is the day set I the local church ?- .
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Mrs. Clom Crosby! nnd daughter, hope she will soon bo in fI' health 1-- aside for the club boys of Bradford Eld. F. B. John-

---: :Mifcs Winnie, went hntne with Mrs. ngtiin.Mr ; i, county to meet with the club boys: Open discussion.

I'ubliHhfdVtikly, and entered an n'Coml CroRby'o, sinter, ;\Ir!!. Philips in the J. W Townsend and family, :Mr. I from other counties ut the State Fair :Sunday; ,

I o cliiHS matter at the pimt-odice' at Shukerngg ni'ftion tu visit for a few and :Mis. A. h. ("om' nnd L'dwin: hail Dckiclutuimd bun- l Soldier Letters J in Jacksonville C. II. Gunn, county !9:10):: Devotional services (to be su,i'' .
last Suml.iy. They is of the following plied by local committee.)
agent, in receipt
Sturkc, Florida. dny.MIR: Hothn, Crosby und I 1 baby visitedrs I on a lishmg exeuision for si'verul dn.v'sat communication from G L. Hcrnng- 10:00: Sunday school work:

I. =-- :\ J. K. Johnson liiKt .Saturday. Orange Springs! :Marion county. I :'ol""quitl'" | liny, Feb 8, 1918. ton which explains itself, and he asks 1. Aim of the Sunday school
died Jacksonville
Mr. John W. Mann in B. D. Ln2. \\ .
i':. S. :M\TIIII.\\S/ : Edilor and Owner.J. -- Saturday Fib., und the IMitor The Telegraph.Dear the club boys of Bradford to come to Preparation of the :Sunda\:; '
of the early
\Vill be kind enough
Sir:- you Jacksonville on one
C. HOIII SSOS. AHHorlnle Pxlitor. VANDERBILT. body Will brought to lake Butler Sunday school lesson.a .
smill either he :Mr. Ilernngton
the Swift Creek to ullovv me n spuce in your paper and that or
,, und interred in of in vvhirh to thank you for the Tel- will meet them ut the station and see ( ) By the teacher- -
Mr :Mann was !7 years J. F. Kickhtei.
The meeting cemetery which 1 have been receivingregularly them out to the fair grounds.
i \ indtrbilt. Id. 10- and egiuph' ,
: age, a native of lirudford county 1018.Mr (b) by the pupil __ __ ___ _
|42ia FEDR.UARy9J_ j w,ih ui'II atli'mlid Sunday at Hinanucl most of his. life here. About for someweiks. I certainly (Gainesville, Fla, Feb 13, Horace Wils'
I Bcrved.s spent I kindness in sending C. D. Gunn Starke Fla, mll.OD
I'll of dinner was appreciate your
; '
nty secured
.v... :;' .... l..iu.l.j > J.A.[ ] four months ngo he a position Preaching-Missionary Sernun
"' &. I, 'mdnj' si hool every Sundcy ut 2 gunsmiths! of me the Telegraph Also glad to know Dear Mr Gunn:- :
with Lofton A Tajlor,
m I I.i. k. Hv" rj body invited Jacksonville, and: wns n highly appreciated I that the other boys who are serving We are planning to have the club (Supplied by Local Committee.)

-r :\lr,. N,'ttie :Snpp, of J.llwtey, is visiting employee of the firm. His Uncle Pnm fei.1 the sumo ns I do. I boys from )Baker, Duval, Nassau fet. W. G. Law,

ll1 her uunt, Mrs. 1{. A. Xorman habits nnd jloolchl1rlleter gamed I hnve now !been nway from Honda 13 Johns Clay and Bradford counties J. F Kicklitcr

; .3 4 this w..t'k. steady for him friends in his new I months in which time I have been in meet in Jacksonville Saturday JIarch2nd J. C. Poppell,

I :Mr L L. Conner wns a business: vis. home About many two weeks ago he con the service.. of Uncle Sam 10 months, to spend the day at the state fair. Committee.

13-14ill4i itor to ItnjorcllonIIIY.: of I und during thnt time have. seen most Of course, we will take care of: the
10 1 :Mr. F :'01. Norman und son, Levy, tracted from which u severe he died case last Saturday.pneumonia Mr., nil the. West Indies nnd it is beyond boys from any other counties who maybe + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

I wi're shopping in Starke Saturday af :Mann is survived. bv his mother und words to express the experiences able to attend, but we would like to + POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. +

111 2t2J 23J ternoon.Mr father. Mr. nnd, Mrs J. H. :Mann I which I have been. through, but glad get all boys possible from these six + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

: f +! R. (}. Norman was a business three siRt"r811'8.: Lcla IlarnnKe, of I to say always cnmc out on the topside counties. COUNTV COMMIS8IONFR DISTRICT 4.

visitor to Lnwtcy Saturday.Mr Okc-cchobee, :Mrs. Emma Floyd and and still hope to do so in the I am just now taking this up with I hiroby: Announce tnyitvlf an a candnlnU for

24 4j( 2Z2 : Warren IJloodsworth, of near !Mrs. I Kosa Waters of lake Butler, also I future Still in all the time I havebeen the manager of the fair and cannot tho No office 4. If' of clvctcd county 1 shall commiHBioner work for tha fur beat clitttrii intervitU .

Raiford was a guest of :Mr nnd Mrs five brothers K. L.. J. I)., T. W. und uway from home and through all outline the program for the day, but of the county and on thifl boniit I volirit

---- -- - !-'. ;\1. Normnn Sunday afternoon W I n. :Mann Kev. L. A. Kawls conducted my experiences' mv one with hns been pet'haps can in n few diys. Sullice it the' support of tho voter* in th" primary "f
:Mr. K. :\1. Alvnrei wan attending to the funeral services. W extend to comeback to the state I love so to say that the; boys will bo well en June 4th T P. WALL
:NAIIONU \\ .\it SWINGSTo business m Kaiford :Monday. sympathy to the well nnd to be. with old friends in tertained.

M".MrM.Vp81'v Nonnnn and John our loved deepest ho has left behind. Bradford once more. :May God hasten The railroads no doubt will have OH'NTY COMMISSION?!* DISTRICT 2
''li Iud; dc'n <'ouniy bereaved ones I hirtby announce myself a candidate for rt'k'ctton <"
y ( hatt ihi i" '' in attended the week and
Ynrhorough, of Kaiford, A interesting meeting of the the day to come. rntes on during the fair per tci the office of county commiHHionei
r. lie-long, I lh>' In nor of leading/ thehtiitu moling ut r.rrmnml Sunday Lake very Butler brunch of the A. It C. Wishing, onoe more to thank you, haps we can get free passes into the In and for District No.2. and rennvctfully: 01'

in point, ...f membe-rfchip in th'" :Mr Avery Tison and Miss Dora wus held in the club room :Monday uf- Dear Uditor for your paper, I remain iuir grounds for the boys! I licit tit. buplftl uf II", ,\'"Urs at the democraticprlnnij -
'thousand I Dollar War hold June Ith TlirnmiMp
"in be oil
Florida / Johnson of Kaiford attended the Yours truly Please' begin to advertise this among election to
ternoon following the regular me..tinlt elected to irlve the same conscinnnous -
of1..11( If
'Ihm little town
( lull
: mei'ting Sunday Corporal Claud H. Crosby boys at once nnd advise every I nfflru Ihne
I IIr. the regular meeting' of the Wom your nttrntiil to the clutltn of tho na
inhnhitniils haM five! momberH of the :\ nnd :\lr... K II.Vl'uv..r, ofKaiford an's Club. 'Ihe brunch: had the pleas, fifi Co., U. S. :M. C. one to attend. I will get out a circular in the past. C A. KOUEKTS

i. I* InridaViir, of Savings the / Florida Club. War'IIIP Savings totalmembership attended,! the meeting Sun- ure of a visit from :Mrs A. :M. Dnrby Mesquite Buy, St. Thomas, V. I. of U. letter to them in a few days and --

dnv. of Stnrke, .supervisor of the work of S. A. will write you again. FOR RF.PRESENTATIVE-GR.UP 1.
f lub in fiiidsden, County is clovenlip Mr. William !Knpp'; of the training Brndforell'ounty. After the work wns --. Yours very truly I am a candiuatu lor memoenliip In the

.\ to date vvhiih also is a nrvv record i'nmp nt Columbia, S. C., is off for FIVANCIXL "M'ATKMKNT:; : : G. L. IinRRINGTOMBoys' !(ouno of RepreflentHtive* and hereby anneiuncamy
and c'ommt'ndellIrll.:
j ,.' I,,,Ki'd on population 'I his platen n few days nn account of the illness of inspected Darby Club Agent. : eanilidacy: in Group 1 In the cuminii primary
instructive talk to the know the needs of our
gave a very I feel that 1
( (;iiulmUn slightly: ahead (if Ilillslorough his aiitcr. He visited his sister, :Mrs. members. A pleasant informal hour Monthly I inane ml Statement of I county and statn in IcuiHlutiv* way and hav*

J .. County whimthnTO: nPtT af!() )1'. :M. Norman Tuesday followed during which refreshments of Bradford County for the month of I'ROGRM: W RIVER i I in nlii' >(>n chief kao thu liouutt jur the. session II
members.'Ihe MISSION: Y AMIbUNUAY of IttlT, I familiar with tho prorecdinus -
:Mr. Di'll>ert Sapp, of KoKiertown January, 1'JIH am
thfit is being cotfee and wafers were served.Mr of said body 1 solicit the su|'port of all
splendid, showing SCHOOL UNION"
Ic. gueht of :Mrs L. S. Sapp' Sunday General; Fund
was a
:Mrs. Uadd and I
: ', ,ilui1 1 I"rgol'1y and J. II. son, democratic" voters anel. if elected promisefaithful
made in iadsili-n County is afternoon.Mr. nnd :Mr. nnd :Mrs. P. A Liingford of Balance January 1st, 1918--$2091, and efficient services. R. .\. GIU:EN.
(; '.' to the energetic'/ i forts( ut lion A. nnd Mrs W 1'. Graham Mrs. Koekford III., were. in lake Butler Receipts during mnnthn_ l17.12!:J To Meet W ith Hope Church on Friday I --- -- ---

I.. Wilson, ehaiiman of tho committee Reynolds nnd daughter: i"'C>Rta, this >ek.Ir.: Gndd and Mr. Lang- Warrants issue! during month 111S: .40 ;March 2<)-31: I'M8.! I FOR REPRF.SESTATIVE-GR01'P TWO

, I" ia that county :'01 r. Wilsnn. started ami :\1 r. I' I'. Johnson! and children, ford wc the Kngme Hardware Balance Feby. 1st. l'! 18_ ____ 2193.31 11:00 Introductory Sermon__ unEici. I| I her.hy: announce myflflf a candidate In
f ,1, the campaign in the schools. by giving of Kaiford, attended the meeting on Co. represent Pine and Forfeiture Fund B. C. Scarborough. Oroup Two for rc-noimnation for the offlconf from
Representative in the* Legislature
to every ehiM'" in the HI'hols t.ylivinl/ / Sunday Balance Jan 1st, 1M8! _______ 228096\ 12.00 Noon. HrndfoH county iMibjiet to the action of the
!! in the rntinty n thrift und with a Last Sunday at the residence of :Mr.nnd Re'ceipts. during monthMi4; .!>'> 1KO: Enrolling messengers and business I Democratic primary .,ction to lo bcM in

P" '1 Marnf on it. This cost several. hundred HEILBROND.Heilbronn :Mrs. I:. II. Taylor, :\11'. Dunied Warrants issued during month 20";>.iH of the Union. June*, 1'Jlfl. I respectfully solicit the am'port

dollars, but the money was ruined Wiggins/ and :'olill8Inltie! Taylor were Balance Feby 1st 11HLn! __ 27102(1( 2.30: The. Church and the. World. of an * at imid Dimocratie. primary: and
I the bonds of matrimony l>rnmiA a fnithfill diHChunri of my: duly: ifI
.' limong the members! of his committee joined in holy Road Iund Col. J. E. Futch.l I
I am honored with reelectionu
\, I." nnd they: all feel that they nre amply ) Teh. 19.-:Mr. JV.. Notary Public Charles II. Register of Balance Jan. 1st, 1)1H!) __ ___ 1H8070Receipts : 3.15: Our duty ns churches to the i-tf A', s. cnrws.COUNTV .

lep.iid in t the splendid spirit. of. Baker, an ex-Confedernte, veteran, fi'intilll.Iay/ : much happiness and ,during/ month_ -_ _. (01200: Florid! linptibt! \\ itness. Open' didCUSS10TI. .
'" ism that it hris aroused in the-I'lltrint-I prosperity atteml the young/ pcople.We : I ISiturd COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3.I .
: who lives near the road. lending to \\ ni'rants ill.uc'II during month 10.11.: .
peofde, of Ci.idsden County. are glad to Pee :Mr R. E. Hell lureliy announce nivm'If a candi'"liiti foroffici
"r', Kaifonl, from Lawtey, has been seriously Balance Pcby. 1st. 11)18) ____ 1J71.5D: ly .
confined of eommUHioncr of Ijinti ict Not
the county
of the on street again after being:
thirtieth member
Tampa's Fund 0-43 Devotional Scivue__ _.___ I
ill, but is slowly improving at Outstanding : : llawtiy: ami Rnifonll. subject to the will
his for about we'ek
Florid.i 'Ihiiusimd Hollar Club was Keen this wilting/'. to bed u or soMr. Balance Jan 1st, l11R! ______ 51 .4<5Receipts E. L. Wilson. of the qunlitled electors at the comlnv
rcvl" on Sunday, afternoon lit the. conrliiHinn I'llvntVilliam Snpp, who hns beenwith : T. F;. Waldrup appraiser of the during month_ ____ 2:10 87Vnrrants ]0:00: The Work of the II. Y.l'. U.. | lei bo held Juno 1U14. If dieted\ I lilediremy .
Federal Land Bank of Columbia isat .elf the tulle of
to faithfully perform
nf u niagnidcent appeal made *
/ Uncle Sam's lorces for sometime I \ issued during month 41.2.10Halinto : Albert Dubosc
his for few vuid officu to the bct of my: ability: and to
I by Mr Charles W Whitohiur of the is home on n short furlough: : home with family a I Fehy. 1st, 1'UH! ____ 3.U8IDr.iinaue : :! : 10.20:::: Pi ops of the B. Y. P. II.- _ the best IntercHtn of all concerned Equal
1ntNnnlinll/l1: C. A. :Mr White- shaking hands! with his. numi rous 1'1'1|. days 1Ir.Vnltlrup WHS one of the I'und :Miss .Icssie Thomas ritrhU to all and no sprcinl privileges to anyone

, ,. hair addressed, on this ocniMon between ntives and friends, before crossing the I first appraisers appointed by the bank Balance Jan I 1st. 1!>1S.. ___ 127.31 10:10 itrrtninment' for tho ) C B SA 1'1'.

: MX nml eight thoiisiind. people, "briny deep" for the battle fields. I and hns been busily engaged since the Receipts during month__ ___ IHliOWnrnints people of the church ___ 'oungJ_ '
IIn.1 I those \\ho hoard him anil saw the bank wns! organized in April 1917. He COUNTY COMMISSIONER: IHSTKIIT 5.
; :Mr. Dan Kosier, of Sanderson, motored issued during month 100 Eld. W G. Law. i .
t'rowllI"'lnr"II! that not a man woman ; pays he has uppruised the property offered I hi n by announce myself n candidiite' forreelection
I through our burg Suml.iy, en Balance I'ebv 1st, 1D1S.! __ 1391I ; : 11 :00 Scimon.
I for loans applied for I for County: Commissioner of District
or child lift after he had HtartodupoaUIng route to HlllrI,... of about! ns secunty 27 local associations and that hereby ceitify that the foregoing 12:00 Noon Recess. I o. subje-ct to the action of the cominirde .
although it wns neiirly dusk, Mr. W II. Norman has erected ahiindsome I statement of the Receipts nnd Disbursements 1.30: Business of the Union. 'mocratc primary. If elccton 1 promise to
and hundreds were in tears 1111 this more than 20 of these have charters continue, to Kive the duliea of the olTfco
rt-mdcme upon his tract of of the Funds of Brndford 2:00 The value of the country church I my
, f 'fill speaker poll, raved lhf terrible und are now in line working order. He earnest ntuntion H D. MAY.MFVIBER .
hind near Heilbronn ihurchDon't County for the month of January, to the d..nominationuu_ ___ i i
believes that this Federnl banking
conditions in vvhuh tho soldiers on forget your fresh fish at the 1918 ID tru" nml (correct to the best Eld. G. A. Prevatt.
the. battle fronts. in I-'rnnco and binders system which has for its chief design OF SCHOOL BOARD-DIST. NO. :t
store on Friday afternon of of my knowledge and 1.Ii..f.. 2-10: Woman's Worku _______._ ,
nnd the placing farming on I candidate
I find thenisc'lves I Ilrll' : und Nit hols\ delivered purpose W. 1'. WEEKS, Mrs. F. A. Scott Mrs. W A. Begsent the olfice hereby of announce me'mber myself of achool a board from for
business basis, the best yetappointed
Within u f, w lIay... Sergeant Verne sermons. to a large congregationat a is agency Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford Dmtrtct No: 2. comprising. Lake Butler. Raiford.
the Federal Government.He .
i who two on the by .
Marshall was
years Union thunh last Sunday. County. Wurthlnuton. Provide-nce Palestine. If
hilt tit! front in )l-'ranee, will puy a visit Mrs. :Mary lulerson has made her says also that u good many farmers (SEAL) Ry R. A. WEEKS D. C. The Telegraph-the county elected I prom 10. to perform tho duties of the

J to I'lorida and will also brinif a story home with the T. J. Moore family. and nre mnkmi; applications for loans contains all live State and pQper-1 oirice to the best of ability: P M. PADCETT.

of the imperative need of thin country hns pi iced her Ron, Mr I.evvis Kauler- and aru receiving their money without news as well as doings of

standing s<|iiarely bi'hind evory man of New Kiver, her farm. any !great delay and home folks. I
Nun, upon
('OVSTDIISSIO'oiEU.: : ms. 3.
Miss I L'velyn Bennett spent Saturday [ Courthouse News
. the flag of democracy
IM Rent
who lo carry number of relatives andfriends i
Quite a
friends, I take this method of
.. the Rhine. I with at Johnstown I announcingthnt
ucross illfntl',1Iillnrll: Davis '
of the ,
Honda will :Mrs. N 12.: Roberts nnd daughter, SEED TE\NUTS: I urn n candidate for County Commissioner
l\'tr. :MirshnH's stay in whose bodv, was found at Jacksonville For. immediate. acceptance nndtnsh for District No. 3
:Miss Jessie spent the week-end with composed
.... perhaps be prolonged! and it is po..i-I in the St. Johns river a few d lys ,lelatives near, Kaiford L. II. Bedenbnuph nnd wife to L. L. with the order I can furnish the of Kaiford and Lawtey voting precine'
,, ble. that he will visit many of ago witnessed his second burial in :Miss :Myrtle. Collins, who ill attending Hedl'nbllagoh-AII NW'4 of SW 4 sec N. C. flat \ino. peanut nt $200 per '''. If elected I shall strive togo
,I laiger centers. wheie big crowds nnd tan the I Ilynl' cemeteiy Tuesday of this school heare, spent the week-end' 28 twp 7 I It :!'J i: S of G. S. & F Ry bushel' of twent '-fi\'e pounds f. o. b. \'c' the district and the. county Rood

be gathered togi-lher to hear him of \v'eekVc. with her parents nt Newberg. Bradford County Hank to M P.Matheny Lowell. The quality this. year is extra service ns a member of the. board. I

: r; to be brought: to the renlifiilion nnd. toeoonnmii' \ m to save
how ni'eessm' y it little birds aresinging./ | City received.
from a pleasant visit with relatives nt vote-is at the coming election.U. .
in onlor, that this .nation Mr M L. Milliard ami. family have I Jacksonville. T. R Collins to J. P. nnd :M F. H. T HALL, Lowell, Fla. W. REDDISH.

may Miieossfully. proseeute the war moved upon the (!. \\'. \Vainwriirht' Misses Allie and. Alma Andrews Brooks-Feit 7 blk, |iii i in Ward CitvB .
relieve I tho t thousands of utre'r- farm will faiming this F wife
iinil and ngnge in the week-end with relatives at Fmley nnd to E. D. HiltclOIIHI" -
Ing men on the battle, fronts )'t'l1r. | Lake of Stt' of SW 4 of SW'jsec

Other Bpenkcru. will come to Klorida :Mr. Tilery: Sapp and :Miss Gladys CityMrs. L'7 twp I 5 S I K 22 E.A :. I
: : \\ V, Bailey nnd son. AI'a.unl ,
bring words of cnoiiniKeniont Pure Illinois Aluminum Ware
during the vear to links wire out motoring Sunday afternoon daughter. :Miss Thelmn. II Green: nnd wife to 1 1.0r'n7.0
,' if w..lI1M to iin|>resa on I I1 IMr visitors to Gainesville Saturday (;I''n-N\\I.4 of NW'i' of NEU sec
uti/on hm obligation, and his : Drew Keddish. contemplates S It
every opposing 20 twp li 22: K I
and . \"ooJ iUi )
dutv. These Hju-akors will urge the :Mr. C. ]{. Sapp, of near. I nwtey SundayAmong those who attended the W. II. CSreen and wife to W. :MReynolds < <

I puiiliiso of stumps, not for the purpose thogovernment in the race for Commissioner, of "Mirth of: a Nation" nt Lake City -S'j of N'lir of NKU ; W lir I

solely of securing money for this district Hoth men me prominent from Lake Butler Thursday nightvveip of SE; ; < of NE'i; nnd :'oil" of SW'i

but for the purpose of nnd manv voters are lose friends of :NE ; S'/a of S\V t of NK': nndSH
'I 'linim.itmi; the competing dollars that to both pnrtie's" <, nnd unless other developments I TownM'n"Ivrtle:>liSM"MllIrgUl..t; : Lungher Collins,> ,BessieKenedy \\ mnie ( of SHU of NL' sec ti twp 7 S R r I I i iir

('onimnnd 1 service and .supplies. in whuh .; are brought about to 22 i;
in Ada Register: Anna Lee, Ya-
the> government stands so vitally change the situation, a warm cam.paign Norn; Johnson nnd husband to Viola
Innde Jones' :Mabel Brown, Violet
ni'od I. n expected. I I Parsons Li/xie Townsend, nnd :Messrs Surnt-Lot Jii I; sec :!I. twp I 5 It 21 K ir i iIi

The government is giving even more this. Itev deorge, Hodges: of Jacksonville Sidney. Padgett. J K :Minnes Walter D K:. Knight, special master to JJ 'I

attention to tlio ,promotion of preached, to an attentive congregation Cobb, John Langford )Donald Eilwnrds Hnymnns-'j interest lots 5 nnd 7blk '
(campaign thnn it did to the Liberty : last Sund lay afternoon nt the Townsend I'un'isIott: 1H original .survey town of Stnike. ;:;
I 1.01111 Campaign us it reali/es that after .bedside. of "Un..!., Dock" WooIM.ho Kenney Sarah E. Loadholtz to J. D. Randall Ii I
FritTownscnd :Mr. und :Mrs. Willie
., all the Amciicun people lire going is still peiiously ill from the fall several Andrews. -I.ot :T blk 4n town of Lawtey / Lipped SaucePan

to supply tho money but it eloes not nights ngo nt whuh time his leg W. F. Nickels to W C. heals-SW'* \ ,

,. reili/: thnt the Kinall avcr nml smnllwage1 nnd several ribs, were hr..k.' : 1 of NE'4 of NW'i of SHU; sec 2(* twp Seamless \. fJ
; earner vvill be in n position ntIhc Woods hns professed faith in his I WOODLAWN PARK. 7 S R 22 K.Bynum .

p eloso of tho war to look after his :Maker nnd by a culled meeting will loreceived Perkins to L A. Davis Tea Kettle

j family and his own individual, nc'eds. into the Primitive Baptist'chnnh oodlnvvn Pnrk Feh 19. Severn! Lots ::1 1 on.lll sec :il twp 5 S I R 22 EL.

t nnd it is, for the purpose of encouraging the litter. part of this week of farmers here have together C. )Powell, to Effie: Howe-SW>4 I No. SOOPercoIalor Coffee Pot

; them to prepare themselves! for :Mr. T A. Crawford, one of Kismg's our nnd installed a dipping gone vat near :MrJ of NE' of SE'4 sec :!M! twp 0 S R .
Ihut d >v vvhen (competition in America most progressive and successful. firm- L.
t be, than it hn. ever boon S. Nornmn's place' and will soon be 2'1
will keener friends nnd relatives
( ers, wus among ready to commence dipping their cattle B. A. Stallings! husband to
before nnd vvhen there will lie vital Snnd.ivMessrs .
here last Ur Harrison and L. A. Wynn had Varnes-N .. of NE'i sec 10 twp /
f need for every man .and every woman Jns. Wninvvnght and Onn S R 21 E.
the .
work in
II to have something in reserve in order Reddish mild business to Jacksonville .
trip Col-
n L. W. Shnvv and wife to G. B.
( and :Mrs. D L. Phillips
that they may depend on it to adjust the. ol this week I were
early part shopping in Starke Saturday.Mr son-S 4 of SMi( lot 7 and Sli of: SH
themselves to the new conditions whuh :Mr. nnd :Mrs n.! W. \\iunwright of lot 8 sec 7 twp R 22
: J. S. Norman visitor to
was a
I : will come with n re-adjustment of have re-turned from Altoonu I and other United States to Wm. StricklandNH -
Starko .
(coinmorci nn.I'atT"irlil.- of South Florida where they Monday.Mr
points of NWi* and WH of NEV sec
1'loridii War Savings rubluity Com have .been. visiting relatives.. I IMr : Bud Browning was attending to 30 twp 7 S R 21 E. I \\\1\

mittee.. : I.'rankIf1I'lotnn: who owns the business in Raiford Friday.Mr lacy Vnrnes to Edgar! VarnesNEU ,

! west end of Heilbronn fntrns: in connection : Dalton Carter is the latest to of NEI.* sec 10 twp 5 S of K 21 I

I with other lands, hm purchased purchase n Ford. II
,. RISING. n tractor and likes the work it :Mrs. O. L, Thomas, of I,awtey, was E.Fred Waters nnd wife to Hester I

doe-s very much. Besides the Bradford n isitor here Saturday afternoon.Mr Ril'don-SWt. of SW'4 of SW'.. sec

}Ir". Grover :More nnd sons, Bryant "Farms, he is the first to take steps : II. Carter Maxville: was visiting 27 twp 5 S R 22 E.

and Buford, of I't. :Mvers, arrived along this line here, and it is believed nt the home of his parents, Mr. --...

here Inat week t.1' her parents that in a short while they will he and :Mrs. (;. W. Curtc>r. Saturday J.CKSOX1LI.EI.RKET: OUR 20 YEAR GUARANTEE

Mr. nnd Mrs. K.: J. Lewis about as numerous as Fords are now. :Mr. and :Mrs. :Marion Reddish nnd The Interstate Stock Yard. Talley

Mrs. Nevvn Molt, of IIl'ill>ronnprinA'It :Messrs. Kllery Sapp, Drew Reddish, ,children of Vanderbilt Wt'Te'isilol'l rand avenue, report on the local livestock \Ve agree; to take back and replace or repair "1892"
visited her parents lust I'rnnk :Morgan and I n. W Wamwright nt the home of :Mrs. Reddish's parents market by Williamson & Penm:*, Pure any
:Mr and :Mrs. H. Spun Aluminum Cooking; Utensils defect
Tuesday Rnti Wednesday are. planning. to build a clipping vnt S. Hilliard Sunday.Mr U ns follows: snowing
Mr. II. 11. lewis aUendr.l church near the hitter's. home, and although I : and :Mrs E. E. Burncy and :Mr. Hogs Receipts h I\\"Y. Prospects through imperfection in the ware or workmanship at any

nt the Primitive Huptist >'hur'h last it will be privately. owned the public and :Mrs II Sapp, of Lawtey, were atC>I\.ly. time during the 20 years of service, the utensils being; sub

Sunday.Mr. will be served also and these !gentle-1,' visitors: Estella here Suml.iy Cnson afternoonMrs of .Rniford. IfiO Ihs. up, choice .. ..$14.23S$14(? .4IfiO :>j jected to ordinary care and attention during; that period.
the' was
to be congratulated for
men nre
nnd Mrs. NcwnIott: visitod in Ihs. up choice ... 11.00.C* 1125
last Sund. steps taken along this line, as thereare n visitor at the home of her grandpa Hogs and Utrhts, mixed 11.OOrtB' 11.:10: STARKE
this section tyMr. HARDWARE
rents. Mr und :Mrs Green CO.
A. last
several hundred < ittle this Starke Fla.
nnd Mrs. H. II. !..I'wi"'isit,," in 116 to 11,0 Ibs. _ ... n.: I'ii1 .7 > ,
ranee'<< that have herctofme, hud no attention Saturday. Heavy pigs . _ ._ ___ 12.7i(3( > Ft.'OI
Kniford one day last in the wa>' of tuk .ri,luation. :Mr A. A. Stokes and Carl Prevail, ight _ .._ OOfariO! !
conhned to her pigs u
Miss Ida Warren of Inwtev, \\'el'C"itor here SundayMr .
- and
Thin pigs hogs_ 1000
bed from injuries sustained in an nutomobilc : ami :Mrs.! Tate ('rosh)'. of Rni r.
LAKE BUTL R. All "soft basis.
on T
accident. A car was In some ford were visitors at the home of :Mr.II prices
manner vvrecketl near lave Oak, injuring S Hiilmrd tiundavMrs. Fed steadySteers Cattle.-Ri'eeipta medium. Prospects INSURANCEFIRE

Miss Wnrren.Mrs. Lake Butler }','h. 19.-\lr.: Jeff ; L. *
Hall of Alnchun.
Sapp spent 1.000 pounds > ./FOSteers
10.00@ 11
M. J. Fonts. :Mrs. :M. :M. Crosby up <
'hilclr..n'isited :Mrs. I'rnnk who has been v'ry sick for quite awhile Sunday here nt the hnme of her parents 800 to 1 .(000 Ibs. 8.;.WiB; 10.0, LIFE ACCIDENT BONDS
nnd ( Watcroak last Wednisdayafternoon. is up again and left for Watertown :Mr nnd :\lrB. .\. Green.StarlingThompson. Steers IU)0 to )-00 Ibs.7. ( 8." AUTOMOBILE

Morgan in \\ednesday to visit relatives. Steers, light.. _ _ ftfiOffl)) 7"; PLATE GLASS

We hope, << he will soon be restored to :Mr Pan ?tnrnng inn Miss Fnnnie. Bulls, heavy _ __.... 0.f>0$8 7 50
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis nnd chit! perfect' health Thompson were marrie,I at the home Bulls, light__ _ __ __ fi2'("T) 7.00
drcn visited A. Jackson and family :Mr. J. T. \\ ulk..I', representing the of :Mr. I represent some of the best
.. Starling's grandfather :Mr. Heretics U'u u_ ___ r.7.>( last Sunday.Mr !. Luugr Co., of Del'ere<< << \. .i.'n.. here Abe Starling, nearKCIenncy.: Saturd Oxen .___ _ ___nU 5..r 0a( )) 7.;r;o the world and will
: nnd Mrs. J. K.: Johnson nnd children for a.few d.ivs thi.'c>,'k on i* afternoon. :Mrs. Starting; is the (Cows fat. Imo ibs. up-- r r.o( 7.2;> appreciate your Insurance bus!
und :\Ir"1.: !M. Crosby and children :\ .. :M "f Tillis. who luis been
in diughter of11': (
and and :Mrs. R II. Cows medium .- _ R.OOiiG.IO( ) ness. Nothing too large oritoo small.
I.. Jackson Jacksonville
oil visited A. at St. Luke's hospital returned Thompson of this place nnd :Mr. :Milk Cows__ __ ___,._ 3r.ooirrmoofanners.

family lust uridny afternoon.Messrs. } home last Saturday, iiecompnnied Starling is one of our progressive . .. ___ __ $;;.2;; up. JOS. E.
J. S. and O. J. Jackson visited by, her husband. :Mrs. Tillis had farmers. nnd is the son of :Mr. and :Mrs. Goat*-Receipts none :Market weak. WILSON STARKE ,FLA.J .

their sister. :Mrs. C. I*. Henrsey an operation performed: forjippondicu- -- Steve Starling._The young couple Sheep-Receipts none Market weak. ,

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The Store that is the farmer !' -N rfik-tid--N. B. Hull.I :Iii: ( l'I"HnIC"1.. LA S S IFIE fl
::1711--! \l.mlii'r Bailey, 1 nkf liutlor.fulli .c *
it I I. C.; Poucll was u business visitor ::; -. Hi nr>' ('''''|>i-r. llronklyn.SSI ADVERTISING -

; Bits of Local lillJ I to ,hKk.nille :Monday.l ('r.I.lIwh'y.: .
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SS5( l.e\y W. Green; HiufunlM1 "*

l I.. 1.. Lamb, of Citru was n \'ia. JaA. 1 Kolnnxnn,'t'y. x JJOHrar Ii', tI: S.\ 1.1' line' row now l11ilkinJ:
I 1information\ 1frr'ef44 itur tn. :'tal' )'. tot-LinHcy Ivoy, Live Oak.I(16:1Lary :\; \it (linn, !. _'-X-tf.
( : i;.1 iskuiDuluiM' I -, ItithesIltE l .
: i.-Joh.ha HiiUls; .
> Luwtoy.LOSSGrorgr
Prof. F. G. Schell, of Lake Cutlet, IK' s\f.K: Ili'iirabli'maiit, lot two

I..wn"J O.. T... .. 'J..M.,. a/ T was in the city on business Saturday. - -HuddiiiKton- Starki-- BONESRUBBER hundred li.v one lumdii'd. feet. Town
.. 1. ... I SI'IU\r: ;; COCEH: \' I ..t' ll.nnpton; l''la. D. K. Prince
W. W. Hiiisden Jr., of Ja-k'lc:' l.tSI' 1.n\J: :: (; COPPER I ?,site City, Kin._ :J-15-iat.!_ :!
spent Sunday, in Starke with relatives -- -- - -
Local Talent Gise! i \Pleading, ; I'rolrarn TIRES I ATTENTION: HOC 1 KAIS1CRSThoroughbred -

Mike Klondes spent the day in Lake< I Rosioo Gunter, of the hospitnl""rps.t Hamp. Andrews, of Raiford was i nt School: .\iidittiriiimLiikt TUBES LEAD I \Ked: .1luroe\ boar

Butler Sunday.T. ] S. Ann." ) ,tat "'IH'd at Ft. Totten business visitor to Starke Monday.Mrs. evening at the high school avditorium ROPE SCRAP IRON I ( registered: ) also thorough-bred Poland
I :New:; Yi'iU; ', l i, ,,it horn for n two week a number of St.irke's mils I. China \\tOil r. Service for cither
J. Griffin spent a short while d in furlough and i as a jrui'-t of his grund : C. B. Cason of Rniford, was d in ml and! dramatic! talent gave a mn'fileasing 1 $:L'. at my farm 2 mile north of
Waldo Sunday. j parentwho !i\<- near Hlliford.Ir: the city shopping! Tuesday. ) concert to n very apprceiiitlvo SEND IT TO US WE RFJ1IT PROMPT : Slnrko on Sanderson rotul. Paul E.

Gunter has been in the army for nearly .. audience.This V.'rite For PricelistPfNNSUTARMETAL -unovn. 2153t.
Best Spanish mackerel 15c each, :. I two years.Mrs. F..rtilizer-E. O. Painter's line was t the first of the sen.un'
for 25c at Mike's.E Starke Hardware Co. ..series of )recitals btll<' Stark Gleassisted ; \ ca \ STRA YI'I1-.II1I\'y: built red (cow unmarked II
: CIIII>, by' members of th(' unbriindod I also. small) hick
C. :M. I'oppell and little son, or 657 C. BAY JACKSONVILlrru.I ;
B. Wells, of Lawtey, was a vii i- Ft. Pierce, who ha\e been visiting! i ir :Messrs. John and George! Roberts Ladles Musu-ile. and) ..tlwl'<. :'IllIl'h yearling. marked under square In
tor to Starke Sunday.Judge the home of :Mr. and Mrs W. J. 1:1'j j of Lawtey, were guests of relatives ir c1'.ht. is due to Mr I B. 1 n l.adirecto I right ear !int| straight' split in left
person for the past two weeks l let3londay Starke Sunday.J. of the Glee (Club for III'rlll1IorinaIhi... 1--- ear Cow has young calf. IVtnln

B. D. Kelly, of Uaiford, wa : for Jacksonville, where Ihe! delighful in concert.full Below we gi\o 111l'J'rornm ,, +++++++++++++++++f i+++++++ and notify A. C. Crew Starke. 1'ln.Reward. .
in the city Saturday on business.On will \'isitIrs: \1) Gornto, later goni(. S. Grincr of Brooklyn, was in : \ 21 -2t.
Conceit :Number . Selecte.Orchestra ; .! _
to Atlanta the business
to reside. city Saturday attending to COMPARISON . .
II fr .
lot of dishes to be sold at 5 and matters (n) "Gib Me: Pot "'1I11 hl1l1lti"n" I list OI'ollry R MISLAID
10 cents. Starke Ilarware Co. We are continuing our Special Sale __ _ . . Tilt Tonibiisoib Wo 1NV1 1'F: comparison, both ! No a.t.,.I'oa-I:-::1.4-I.R.1.s.n( < Innuml byllu. /
I on screen through A. A. Culbreth, of Hampton, was .
wire F'bruary.Ilon't I'.mu Mulunl Lib 1 ln"nrniic Cnniimny
(II ) "We'llVer Lot the (Old Flail'nll" :' +::: us to price and iju.ilily nf our .
miss this opportunity to screen! attending to business in Starku Fri .11 the' lift.f J..lm A Clark.1'h.
Dr. J. O. Haynes spent Sunday ir the _ _ Wilbur Scot t + holce line of Ii .. under will iilniw rvtiirn it to thu unlIcrMKIU'll -
out Lumber
dangerous day.
Hampton with his mother. fly. Quigley Glee Club! I .
and Supply Co., for improvementsMrs. Reading. The I 11'i.iul1 ,,1 GROCERIESVon I An npitlirfttlun hiss liwn, muilo for the h-
Ford toal,1\ back curtain corn Miiinti "f n .hliiliili'( .
Cold with!
Break or LuGrippe :Miss I.ucile Tat inn I
n few doses of GCC. tl her B. Rosenberg, accompanied by,; plete for $10. M. Leviton, Starke.J. I'iano Pxui'Roturn of the Heroes' 1 need tlicm---iiiu otinin. :2 "it JOHN I A laid[ Kin.

daughter and granddaughterMrs. :Misses Flo..n.Ilt'h. : ,'\\ ;""" .
II. Brown and Harriet of '. of Brooker - -- -- --
Brown. : \\ Padgett was ---- -
L. E. Jordan, of Clearwater, was the New York City, are guests ofIrs.: I transacting business in the citl I Sat Reading 1:111IIU'> : "- Toppcll I S'I'h',1 1' After, comparing our ..oods and 1 FUR S,U.K: Klornl.l IVnnul' Seed

guest of friends in Starke Sunday. Rosenberg's daughter\ :Mrs. N. Stern urday. Mrs.: K: :alarkloJohns i > price with other.*, you >v I 11 i spreading kind: $::.IIII per l loll> ; ono ,.

berg Vocal Sole SelecteiMrs. 1 KNOW why vveh.tvo no fear liiiiidn-d, lay|: velvet In-all-'. >5.i,5): ) per
W. E. Webbof Belmore, spent Fri :Miss Margaret! Buileigh left I''.-idal : A. /. Adkinsa I l loll I Ked lob Seed C '''I'n ;F.'d: I"1' )
day in Starke attending to business. Mrs. A. and Jones relatives' t t I I I. M Intiish. Kin..
M. Darby> i) C. for Tnvares on a visit with ( ) "Pi ('''ppllhI""u": Slielleb \ I'll E': Price "
motored to Lake Butler :\IondayIrs.: She was accompanied by her bro'.!J"r. ( ) "('01111' there :My LI,>M," l'nsteiMrs. i +++++++>++++++++++++++++++ '' :!_:!:' ,1.
Mrs. \V. P. Robinson, of Jacksonville l Darby going to deliver an address, before : ,1. JFliti'll..: :Miss Lai.I'eokB .

\ is spending the week in Starke the members of the Lake Butler Judge! James T. Wills, of CJain.'H-; Law and I.. Powell I - - - - - -
with relatives.Dr. Chapter American Red Cross. ville, is spending u few d.iyi! ii the Vocal Solo----- :Mr. Leo CanoiPiano - - - - - - - ;

city. Duo Srlorte,) I
and Mrs. E. L. Bijrifs, of Law- Mr. and :Mrs. Wiley Wnsdin were Rending' "Skini':; "iy. a II"II1j.t':: l'ire'. .. Restaurant Under New Management .
tey, were guests Sunday at the home I in Starke Sunday afternoon en routeto Messrs. J. E. Wilson and J. L. I'eelwere :Mrs Nello'lliii{ -.

| cf Mrs L. E. Roberts. Jacksonville and St. Augustine on business. visitors to the metropolis Quartette "Don't, Cry My Honey'Mrs. and will conduct sameelong a
I have token. Mike' Restaurant
their wedding! tour. Mr.: Wasdin is n Monday: : .1. E.: hutch Miss: I..i'k.\ ch..rlof
Firestone-the tire with the best Bradford county boy nnd was marriedto :Mi'ssfi' It 1 unit 1 L. Powell. I the Imr iprcifird in She >tricl<**l itnilnry rpRulntion Krg-. .

1 guarantee-for sale at the Starke a charming 'oun'A' lady of Alachua Special sale going on at the Cash "Good :Night:; I miles", 11,1'''.''' WilsorGlee C ular mrnlj will be served Hi the uiunl hour; short milers only....

I Hardware Co. county Sunday morning.. Department Store. ;1 Club. Iween regular meal l Imuri. All food i i. kept scrvrnd, and i i. prepared
I L. L. Sapp, of Lawtey, was ntt"nd- William J. Thomas, who has been at Prof. R. A. Green, of Live Oak. ('ON'III"IllttlFl,11': :' E\'I';NING: ; for use by an "." "1'1.I .

lag to business matters in Starke I'ri- home on a furlough! left Saturday the week-end in Starko wilh I
day. morning for :New York lie i is n member spent relat ives A number! "f the tniiRu-al pi'iipl.1 oltark S. K. MOORE, I II
of the navy on the steamship < (', asKisti-.l! l hy thr Yi'iniir MI-M'-: I
Messrs. J. R. MoLcod, Joe Williams America. (:Ili>i> flub, eincii Spring (Ciin.i-il, at STARKE, FLORIDA
S. E. L. )Dukes, .if Jacksonville, visited ,
the high school auditorium on Thursllty _
attendingo >
Bind. L. Gay, of Dukes were
relatives Starke and vicinitySunday.
business in Starke Tuesday. Seed Irish potatoes-Red! Bliss and in Penning, Krliriuiry, tin1' Jlst, lit I H ,
Rose No. a. Florida and :North Caro Vlork.Mr. !
I sold his restaurant linn chufas field and I.PO CIIIIOravol..1 thiau- '
Mike Klondes has ennu s I
seem \Ve buy Aid scrap iron copper iindbrass. ,hence with a -.nlii, ami) the fullnu inucry '
to S. K. Moore, a former resident garden N. I!. (Hull.
Sam Rosen
of Tennessee.Get Highest price. \' inten'sUng pro>;r.itii had hart I j)
t>f berg, 'phone 12: Starke. rrnnjrrd : .
:Maurice I.nngford. who has been

your lime and fertilizer from employed here lit the telephone exchange ;Mrs.. Nellie: F Muhone, of Vnldosta 'onccrt[ Nuinlii-r' SclotttilOrrhi'Htra True Economy

J, B. Hull. He can tell you the kind leave, has his joined the navy Lafle and Butler will (fa.! was the week-end guest of ;Mr. (la) "Gib Mo! Pat Wnttnhnullion" I i,
soon rome near
make big
f hat will crops. nnd :Mrs. John Utflow. --I'itt Tomlmson rI
for Uncle Sam's service.Hollis .
Never Let the ( [1d flag
(h) "We'll "
!Mrs. T. R. Sweat of Jacksonville The local Boy Scouts have been Fall". Willmr Scull
vas a visitor at the home of Mr. and Knight! spent! the week-end practicing base. bull\ this week and are Glee;! ('tubPiano I II with discriminalion What flJ '
..Ira G. C. Sweat last week. at Lake Butler, the guest of his now ready to meet any Boy Scout team riuo "The Return of the Is buying ---
Friends, J. Innd; Hnl :Maines. OnSaturday I'
in the MIHSOU F10r"I1"Iat!
state. llcroi's" -
Mrs J. R Hodges, of Apalachicola, they enjoyed a hunting trip thews and- Ruby I'oppi'll. I II you buy must beworlh the price--f If

.i the guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. together. !Spring' / and summer millinery now ){Jcailinp ._ _ _ Selected
.. Z. Barr. icing opened at Sternberg's.Mr. Mrs. K.': Markli-y Johns Don't Drug I
:Mike's Fruit Store will deliver all waste
\focal Solo- _ !Selected' your moneyMitchell's
oil sausage!: on the mar- orders! amounting to $1 or more freeanywhere Ailkins t
Best !grade: and :Mrs.' W. E.: Yarborough Mrs. A. /
et at Mike's Fruit Store. within five miles of Starke lave returned, to Starke from Illinois (a) "\\Ie C'oppah Moon" Shi-lli-y I

ind are at their farm' north of town. ( I h I ) "('onH' Where Mv l.o\e" l-'oster Ill StoreThe
!Mesdames J. C. Robinson and E.; S. Just received a nice assortment of Mrs. J. E. l-'iitc-h. Miss Lois 1'i-ek Drug 1

Matthews! and son Eugene, spent Sat- spring goods at Andrews, Raiford. Messrs.: J. I.'. Williams' and, L. F. MpBfrs.: [I,. Law and t L I'nwi-lj
rday and Sunday in Jacksonville. (!lay ,of Providence section, wereransncting inns Hun ".Skimp"i-y, a Raring, I'icco" Rexall Store
:Mrs. Lnurn :Morn and two ,children
-- ----- business in Starke Tues ;Mrs Nellie llughev.ullaby !
A. D. Andrews & Son buy, from the who have t'cn'i"lting at the honor day. Itui-lii'Mi-h' '1 Starke,
tiirgest dry goods house in Baltimore, !Hr. and :Mrs. lien Johns, returned Main jiinrtetli-'
right. \Wednesday to their home ut Cortex. Good; Night l.adn'i". llorai'e Wilson I I
here they buy (;(lm'/'e White )returned to Suther-
and ('oll., Monday: after spending/ (ili-i-; ClubKT
B. C. Willis, of Jacksonville, was inhe :Mr. and :Mrs. n. G. Golden: andlaughter the week-end with his parents, :Mr. -i-Kori.iTis I 1-
business. Clara of Jacksonville, wereifuests .\lilt i I.; ; \ :
Saturday on and :Mrs..1. W. White.
city / Sunday of Mr.: and Mrs. Henry .\ I'TO'l"IIIU11111'1: :::

Mr. and :\Ir.. N. Sternberp, motor- Iruning.Mike's. The Finance Committee of the !\ Hses Ida and ::11..1110''anl'll., :Mr I
id I to Jacksonville Sunday and spente Jed Cross, will sell|| cakes' sandwith'1undies lIi.clolI'als.. of Chuilitlti', N. C amiMr. l [rrSALE OF SECOND HAND CARS.
day with relatives. : Fruit Store enrries fresh nail (' and hot and cold drinks. .!ntjulay : Edwin Soals, of :.Mndi iii. iiintinnl, ,l
--- salt water fish at all tlnws.1 iifteriion. at A. M.: Darby's\ ram Stiiiko to :Madisnn: ) nn a! In '

[ !Mrs. II. W. Ilaiford. :Mrs.: I'rankandley tore.Twentynine. niWhen! tMrniMu: hmn'1' .>.il'tnMtxvo CARS IN PERFECT CONDITION '
and ;Miss L. V. Perry, at' I llaik Miss: Eva Kpperson: who is teachinghe mil(',; from (Luc il.ik, tiM'H. ,-
k rd in the city shopping I' r'day.[ Brooklyn\ school, spent the weekend experience at running lit the rate of 1 l.'i milr- an I
> were with her p"I'ent"Ir.: nnd Mrs.: W. pet'iiilty shot repairing.years lest leather our down a wet rlny hill when( MIIlinly |-

Mrs. W. :M. Turner went to Jackson- J.r Epperson. nil rubber. A small lot of new shoes I the rar nkiddi'd and .the driver I TAKEN IN EXCHANGEFOR
Jille !Monday to be with one of her to close out ut bargains. Stacy's. list rniUrol of his mai.. hinc the
who i is critically ill. Cedar Key oysters! fresh every day. car turn tug completely up "ids .10wII.1
ughters 3rymcr's fish market, phone 109. The Ladies Red Cross Headkiiartersivill \ inning(' Iliirdon. Seals. l beneath it :: NEW ONESDon't
win Seals and ;Miss Miittic; Wain'iianiled lr
arrived, \be afternoon except
[ A large stock of shoes just open every
inown as the Carroll Adams shoes, Col.\ and. :Mrs. p. r-:. Knight and At- Saturday; and the members are relucsted nn their feet without u scratch,
Raiford. Joe Hill Williams and J./ K.utth to continue to come. hutIi"s: Ida Warri-n did not' iuipi10 '
t, A. D. Andrews, motored to Gainesville: Friday.Mr. ---. -- fortunately. Shi- was thrown''iii.' fail to attend the salt of five good secondhand
son i iL .VY Ni7rr(; .li tnnre from the 1-111 nnd! hoe hip, I had
left :Monay Sales & Service Garage
the Briscoo
C. D. Gunn, county agent, Iy sprained. At this writing shr i 11 cars at

afternoon on a business trip to .Jacksonville lohn Uglow, where returned he' Saturlnyfrom liad been Iapti-t Noting IVopIv Hold Interesting till confined to hr tied, Iou 1 hnpi ,I.'. I Saturday afternoon. All cars for ale have been

ladiion. ;; feature.On inon he able I'. walk wit' Ii the h thp guest of his daughter, :Mrs. :01. When thi' lifti'd till traded in for Briscoes. They arc in perfect running
ear was
> Mrs. James Crosby of Lockml're N. lowell, Friday night the Baptist: youngeuple nf lIij/'d..n\ [ Seals. it wax found' that hi',. condition, and we are going to offer some

j Is Hpndmir' ! several' weeks with her and their friends c'lrll' n in- vas not hurt, only shii! i'n up i IntThe I real in Fords Chevroletand Overland.
IJicnd, Mrs. Cndy at the Cndy home Prof. George C. ]Looney, who has iiist full numbers and made their iif was only sliirhtly danwgcd!. bargains ,
"nst of town. pent the past six months in Starke "ocial do honor to :\Ir.'illiam 1. nil after securing medical, 1I-fll""I" Don't forgetSnturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
eft last Friday to join his wife intlanta. Thomas, of United States ship, Amercu : for Miss: Ida, Warren Ih,' party, r"1 sharp.
Full line of Campbell's canned \ urneil tr Starke "n.iI'rinK them
ups carried. in stock lit1; ike's Fruittore. :Miss Frances :May and :Mr. Clifford n-lves fortunate that mutters were" no I Listen, how abot thai new car? Why not let it
V Mrs. i). F. Wills has' gone to Starkeo Tatum deserve especial praise for Ihp"u'e" worst "
spend a week with relatives and! be a Briscoe-"A heart full of gloe? She's no
of the entertainment whilrWss
2cbIrs. Helle Sparkman and daughter: , 'riemU.-Friday's Gainesville Sun. : Jessie" ; Thomas' na purveyor; pro'ided ('o.MM (.TIIK. iN-U'iu: n i\ I experiment-she's been tried and tested. C. C
have been JUMP: H of La Crosse refreshments.
1118 Willie, mot McCall Guilford Fla. a large naval stores man
7iaitinw at the home of :Mr.: and :Mrs. Rub.1\Iy-Tism-Antlspptic, relievesRheumatism The B. Y. P. U. voted to express it.

ansell. Sprains, Neuralgia!: etc. incere thanks to the following out- I.. Waldron, u popular Mindurlurif I says:
___ ..idc of their society who so kindly the Si" ntionrd, lie-. in the St I.nk.iosutal. .-'-* I "BRISCOE FROM NOW ON FOR ME."
Mrs." :Minnie P. I'oppell and little Miss May Fripp spent the week-end lelped with the eats: Mesdames T. N. | Jacksonville I i in a M rums I
ir) of Fort Pierce. were vis.tors 1ast In Starke at the home of :Mr. L. (. .imbuugh J. E.: Futch and O. J. onditixri. ns n result of a lump' from Come in and see us about a car for yourself.!
'week ot the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. W. "Powell, returned to her school in Live Grillin; the top of a rnovinjf: freight" train a
B"'J. Epperson. Oak Sunday afternoon. :Mr. Thomas left early Saturday hort di-tunce south of Starke Satur-

Corning to join his ship. lay night(
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rowand Misses Clyde! Chaneey a former Starke boy, WEEK'S Early Saturday evening as tiii 'train I BRISCOE SALES & SERVICE
Shelldrake -\la. :OL. w. T. CELE- of Htnrki1, ('iimlurtorrValdron '
Inea Anderson' and Myrtle now living nt HunUville[ !spenthe ins pulling' out
and Henry Bridges motored to Jack- first of the week in Starke with HUATF.S: HIS ROth BIKTHPXY \ swung on the train near he') I
I Ithe
Monday. riend enter, inten I aonville February the I being the 80thmniversary ( eiiln'iM" over the top nf the ariteppintr ''. '

:Mrs. J. C. Wills I is in Philadelphia of ('01. W. T. Week" from one car to the ni-xt h.
k''J. Alvarez and rlaus rters. :Missesthieen irthday. his children and grandrhil- board, breaking, (be
:M vi{Lsiting her daughter, :Mrs. K.: II. alt the running STARKE
and Ailcen motored to Jack- Smith. Iren gathered at his beautiful home oath hi, weight nail 'o save himsi.!If FLORID
mville Sunday! and spent the day. to celebrate the evi-nt. from fii'linif' tieni-iith th!> ears and unfr I I I I II
accompanied home by Mrs. A course dinner wnserved his to ::111
hev were Pig line of shoes! groceries; etc., at sumptuous the wheels, threw body "fl"sidr.
fat. Alvarez and Miss :Miriam Fra- rind the day passed most happily ; landing in this ditih. The trninTCW
he Cash Department Store. for the members of this prominent .. "tp,1| hiM nl, "n"I' nt Ifarnpinn,. I -- --
nmily. In the nrt"rno"nIr: Hooverhotographe.l I and wired back tn. Starke. The disatrh

Iphoslime (Soft phosphate and limeound Miss Gladys Prescott and brother the party, with ) .ir ordered the crew of ariuth, r
| fine-) The best thing ever luy of Sampson City, spent Sunday iV'erks ni the central figure. COI.l Veivht following to be on the lookout, : J JI
make ' crop of peanuts in Starke with relatives.A. The following pi r-ons were 'or the missing conductor. Mo waound >< : .r
>d to
line< just in. Prices at this famiy r.unIM : :Mrs. S. T. Drllind unrfinsrious near the 77th mile
for any crop r B. Shaw, of Brooker, was in little son, S. T. .Ir of Gainesville; ,. >ost, w.".. tnk<.n on hoard and broutrht' I h r /
N. B. Hull 'Starke Saturday attending t" busl- Mrs. W. L. Wall and -on. Harold ; :Mrs bark to Starke, where medical aid wa: I Thousand of acres of our Florida lands t
nesS .J I. M.: Brownlee and three children:: riven him by [lrll. Tomlinson and will be planted to Cotton and other
IA number of local Odd Fellows: nt- :Mr, nnd :Mrs. J. E. WiNon; :Mr. and! Vills. N'K banes were found to I I. yield CroP Ue coining ...
ailed the re-organization of Broker :Mr. E. W. Wells, and Air. Pi. ota :Mrs. R. A. W..eklllnr! three children. \iroken. 1'',' internal injuries wen'eared I, i e of oll Is most Important unit
|.lge I. O. 0. F Saturday. night They L. 'urvis were visitors, to Starke Sunday. .- as the result of the fall on hi', ,-ta= should bruin now. TheM nevr took
| r". G. C. Livinir to v Geo. iF.1.INQl'ENTS:' COMING hllek! and it waS thought best hI' l I.- : tell how tbui should tx done and ,lye
lawr. F. F. Stump, J. L. Peek ar.d FORWARD nken to .f.i<,k"onville to the hospital I wlJfrc"lftlon. for p1.ntlnj. (jcurtlyatlD6.I .

C. Robinson. L. C. Powell was a LI\in-'s'iI; visitoro : PUhli..h.1 fhe cniriniand caboose of the freight I II'I' fartlilzing etc. Free to grower
Jacksonville, \ Wednesday.C. From the list ;r;delinquents \ere called into use and he was onricd I I WIU.o di TOO En FniiTILr/i- CO.
Mr. Cannon was in Starke for" ftWt fd in last week's issue i of the TeleECrnph Immediately to the metropolis" : HaAUfacturnrs UralJacksonrU .'rrtUU"""..
while Monday en route to J.ickfcnville. II. Bloodworth spent Sunday In'' eleven have reported to the Loral :Hr. Waldrun'i home Is in Jack sonrillp. I' , I I ]*. Florida.
:Mr. Cannon had, !been In levy relative hoard and one, Allen Thaddtnis I 1' I
unty attending the funeral of his Raiford with barter, of Booker, is aM, to be in the Wednesday: Waldron was re ) ...y"u1Wl/la//yxu.y.. . y

other, which occurred the diy he- of 1 Raiford, was in service' already. Those reportingwere ported to be resting( easy and his,
i're and. he has the sympathy of D. 1 ennon. : hanc.i: tu recover lire Itoo
[is friends in Starke and vicinity. Starke Tuesday.
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Bradford County Farms and Farmers

'I\,,. .cns und it can be planted in Febru the result If they are not made I rule:Note' is': that The the interpretation restrictions of are this to Whenever You Take Need Grove's.a General Tonic

vHn AGENTS'REI'OITS kind Neither in! it tou late for known in a way to impress the crisis enhance production during the period,
COUNTY All old cotton seed if they are planted right away. that confronts us, there may be hunger;: mentioned. No restrictions are placedon The Old Standard Grove's Tastel!< iS
3 I older, that is in rod, (.radus variety is the bent for this in this bounteous land or hunger over the sale of roosters or poultry other chill Tonic Is equally valuable as a
, .i Yi r I t' a.s ',i.-;4'H.H is tri'vfra= ir9p be male available yonder in Europe, where it will spell than hens or pullets as mentioned I General Tonic tonic because It contains tl.<.
I .. i m far less likely to ruin for all that is worth while in becomes effective in all well known properties oQUI1 .1 i,
'. Hamilton County : Farmers who than the new seed. : SOI:1H ;MUST FEEL) HEK>: ELF America." The ruling and IKON. It acts on the Liver, Dn rs
and retail transactions
wholesale :
1 l i gathered: only half a crop of cotton greater than jour n( \ HEACHAM: out Malaria Enriches the Blood (oil 1
l I last year have discovered 1 peanuts tn I plus available for Washington, I D.) C", Pob) Jl: .-"If the \ItlI tIU.CHICKS: I UKAXTON., Administrator Florida. I Builds up the Whole System. 60 cent..
d I
r, bo the better cash crop They raised New seed from neglects this year to provide her I )Federal
t": I u !good crop of peanuts! which are' which no (' food und feed, she is likely to suf. That the early hatched chick is the
bringing high priuw. A lot of hogs! season may be serious privation, and she will put most profitable one to raise is being'
, I and rattle are also being shipped the disease nnd can l I burden upon the Nation which may emphasized by the University' of FlorIda -
r; ,I Jefferson County: One car of hogs nfety. It should be the war and even imperil our extension' division. Early hatching -
1, was (.hipped. cooperatively to JackHon- that such seed has not 1 ," says! Clarence Ousley, As- makes for greater size and igor. ,.
ville. here were, 11:J hogs in the lon'l diseased seed or Secretary of Agriculture. Spring months are better adapted to
! Ac and fairly satisfactory pricns were re- inhil'h cotton "I am aware that these are strong growing chicks, and Florida experience ,
ceived. nose has been ," continues Secretary Ousley has shown the necessity of get.
.<< ." Alac'him County: Morn land I is being seed is easily they are none too strong I am ting chicks well started before the
j 'I'' brought under cultivation this! us merely by expressing an alarmist personal rainy season sets in. h .. 3aJACMSONVILLEFA
1 i" year than nny previous! your for along same gin inwhieh I am seeing through the eyes If pullets are to be raised for winter -
f ] time There IK cry indivntion been ginned and it 1H agricultural colleges and of layers, the time when high egg
. :t of extensive planting of food mips. avoid seed from such !' agents in nearly every agricul I prices prevail, the bird must be well
"P llH, peanuts, and, prosperity"' ( is the inn private gins und! county. I have recently crossed matured and started to lay before cold
slogan; for this > ear. from nnthriunoso continent from the Atlantic to the weather sets in. All arguments favor ; pA ,
,, Gndsden ('ounty Farmers have have on hand a liberal I have studied the report the early hatched chick. 14 7 1. .
houlhtIfl) tons of fertilizer cooperatively free from disease by the department's 18,000( ( OLDEST
Ii. for cash and. estimate the saving planted to advantage (, and as many more em- :MEETING OF FARM .. U 1
over the usual method of buying at supply of thin nature of the agricultural colleges. I LOW ASSOCIATIONAt ;
I "f- I nearly n thousand, dollars. known immediately. considered the conclusions of tho a regular meeting of the Board SbUTHER1t ESTABLISHED
" ,I i I Sernmole (ounty: A largo corn crop Where seed is I Institute of Agriculture of Directors! of Green Cove Springs
; r I Is .being; planted besides about a thou. the buyer should insist! Rome which has reports from all National Farm Loan Association / SEED hOUSE
, I and acres of cotton to be grown In seed as far as possible world. held February I, 1918, by a two-third
K :,... I I the <-nunty.DeSoto Persons having "The plain, hard truth is! that with majority vote elected Mr A. S. Strick-
j County: Much planting of free cotton Aced million people withdrawn from land, secretary-treasurer to succeed IN FlORIDA
I "I I truck and field crops i H underway The (Experiment Station, industries and engaged in :McJunkins; who has been acting lHt f.S' ljo A
, : rrowinJof staple farm products is being ; ini; tho amount and business of destruction, it is not secretary-treasurer for the Association ,, i NI
I '.;. 'I undertaken on a larger scale than i station is endeavoring possible for production on : for the past year. Mr. Strickland, SEND FOR CATALOG
) ever before. New arrange in being losses from unthracno whole to exceed normal demand. : not being present at this meeting, was AND
- iii'iii'il| mill inucli of 1tu-ft\rHftftd---will\ 1 1 mum this year, and question is whether production not surprised when he received noticeof NEfir r PR/cE uss ,
.''".: le, planted to porn, rice, velvet beans every grower is equal necessitous demand. his election, as he had been urgedto -s
I \''r'I peanuts, sorghum: and] long cotton. An "England, France, and Italy must accept this position for several
\ r;r.' effort I is! being mn,I e, to increase the :-;I'n'f lun ) ( :-; sustained or their populations can- months.
j number of hogs! in the. county. stand the strain. They have been Pursuant to a call meeting February A.'Aj
I i ," Gndsden! County: Twenty-five tons That in the Only Way scanty rations for more than three 9, 1918, C. R. Sapp was appointed assistant a s
' I of nitrate of soda of the government Late Blight The chief cause of Russia's! secretary-treasurer to Mr. 5
,l r ri I allotment has been applied for. was hunger. Soldiers cannot Strickland, to assist him in getting
?. Palm Beach County: A county election Unless great, cure when their wives and children the business affairs of the Association -- -----
will I be hold April i 9 lilt which time kclecting Irish potato !' starving. straightened out, as it /seems there
ti I the citizens! will decide whether cattle is Iikl' attack the "Secretary McAdoo has gwen warn. hen been a period of about four months
I flipping for tick eradication shall borompulsory. When it does, the !; that transportation may be lack that the Association has been in the rr SAVE MONEY IN BUYING TIRES
ti i' Sentiment seems! to favor the disease in check Is in 1018, to haul food and feed to dark so far as its! business affairs are I
I the work. This county placed an order larly with a 55.50 and communities that do not concerned. It is hoped now that there
i','t- for thirty tons of nitrate of soda'" cajs." A. I'. Spencer of for themselves Many cattle will be more progress made as Mr. ,

1 with the government of Florida extension I been> sacrificed in the drouth re Strickland is an enthusiastic worker. I You automobile owners why do want to buy :
:' Ose-oola County: The Irish potato spraying when the of the Northwest and Southwest The next meeting' of this! Associationwill you
( lineage in the Kississimme district inches high and the last few months because be held the first Monday in :Marchin new tires when you can get seconds at Burroughs at a :
I J will probably be 11)00 to 1200, with an nnd continue the ), cars could not be obtained as its office in county court house at ( saving of 25 to 50 cent-tires that cannot tell
I equal acreage in the Deer Park dis- the crop is made.If :Military movement must have Green Cove Springs.The II per you i
tiict! the spraying i consideration, and military move Lawtey National Farm Loan from new-which will give you the same satisfactory I

Orange County: Silo building (Is un ready, it should be will be greater' in 1918 than in Association held its regular meetingin I service you get from new tires? We have many satisfied I
eler way in this county into t first'class: shape. The prime (question for the the ofhce of the secretary-treasurer! I
Suwannee County Farmers in this bo, corroded Look (' is not what product will bring in the Town Hall in the town of Law. customers who buy nothing else but our tires and

I county are alive to the necessity of I, potatoes will .. highest price, but what products toy, February U: 1918, and the following they give perfect service. Get in line and save money.
livestock firming. They are price. sufficiently high
taking up insure food for his family and officers were unanimously
planning feed crops! and will endeavor grower for all the for his live stock, and the answer elected for the ensuing! year: i I
to get the stock to feed The boll weeMi necessary to give them : a vegetable girden, a milk cow, a President-L. C. Prl'Rcott.Yic.l'rellidentU. .
I is to be hammered, over the head" Late blight is! (' sow, a poultry flock, ample corn, M :McRne. i STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS
with thc peanutthis jear, n large thick attacks the .. peanuts, etc., and then as much loan Committee-J.. Norman, N.
"ii" ncioagrbeing already 'planned Ten stems ami tubers l or tobacco as he can cultivate .D Davis! C, R. Sapp. : I R. Burroughs, Prop.
1:1/1.' tons! of nitrate of socin' nave !been or- the edges or tips of lI. Board of Dir..etors-L. C Prescott, STARKE
,. dl'I'.I ease appears in the "It is the highest demand of patriot II :M :McKae, J. :M. Norman, N. S. ,
Calhoun County: Two farmers' ns- soaked spots which -it is the first requirement of liv. Davis, C. R. Sapp.SecretaryTreasurer. I
FocmtmriH have ln> >en organized recently spots are brown or ) -that in 1918 every State, every -C. R, Sapp.

t with a membership of thirty-two. During moist and every neighborhood, every There being no further business, the ______ __ ____._ _____u __ ___ __
They expect to hold a sole about once downy, whitish be, as nearly self-sustaining as meeting closed to convene again the
n month for the purpose of marketing the underside of blc. first Tuesday in :March, in the office of (> "s0 ?rr/J3Wa4:0'Shr$$>iC,i-3vA00Pi0000004C J0030P "s s''Cs P,
I I their hogs in carload lots. growth is made up of "For the South to plunge on cotton the secretary-treasurer In the town
Oklaloosn County: Peanut acreage spore-bearing parts of tobacco I hall in the town of Lawtey.
or any other speculative *
I j in prospect is! continually increasing.! spores are nsily and to depend upon the corn belt C. R. SAP, t FARMERS ATTENTION! i
ti 4 Farmers are plannmir to buy wecclcrsto whole field! ) will soon bread Secy.-Treas. ,
and meat will be for the '
'' make the early cultivations plants have been ( to engage in gamble; which S _-- I e.) __ _. _ (
: Jefferson County: :Many farmers may be washed from a DE.\LERS IN; POULTRY AND EGGS
cause privation to its people and
.\ "l! in the county arc counting heavily on to the tubers which to the Nation Far li cya ;
: I As general estimate flesh from white to any man Cotton Planters
r, hogs and peanuts u of to determine his business Dealers in poultry and shall ,
opera eggs
there will l hc an increase of at dry weather follows, ; .
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from the standpoint of profit not, between February 11 and April
least the number of if the soil .
t, this fifty percent Land in that has been remains without regard to the Nation's 30, 1918, purchase, ship, sell or negotiate Fertilizer Distributors
hogs decay rapidly
jear of is for him wilfully to profiteer the sale of any live or freshly kill,
idle for and! great deal new .
years a ( the blood of his fellows who are ed hens and pullets provided, however, 1>
: ground will be planted to peanuts WOIrrCK) 1IIIt"r:: hting' in, France for the that (
N preservation this shall not prevent the pur-
Santa Rosa County: One fnrm is Plows and
i Cultivators t
i' feeding 1100 heal of cattle. The interesting the republic. No man can bp ex- chase, shipment or sale between the ;
.,. point ill that the cattle hnrl Cither tho melon for not taking his share of tho days mentioned of hens or pullets zj
just been dehorned and twenty-two of worm, or both, may att which were either killed or shipped -
"My; whole life has been in to 1918 to marketsfor
spent prior Sebruary 11, ,
them from one 2 1 by crop "
were eating
8 foot trouith erable damage! The (' South I know the Southern farm- sale as food.! Provided further, j! DEWITT C. JONES !
I!, Leon County The dairymen end) successful remedy for lie will do his duty as he sees it. that nothing in this! rule shall prevent '
I appealing to every man in the the purchase shipment sale of
:farmers h'Iln meeting recently to organize worms! is a trap crop. or or w
, About sixty-fiv were present pose, J. R. Watson of to make known these facts-to live hens or pullets for egg production STARKEFLORIDA
it his business make This order becomes effective '
, to trem purposes.
of Florida
[ experiment
'.. St Johns County : Potato planting :
has teen retarded by the inability! to the planting of one -and I shall have no doubt of February 11. I JCC* >hi4 b0c I44 +-9 3' s O TOJQOvOv gw

r get seed, the same having been ilelnytcl. mer or crook-neck -- -- -- - --- ---- -- --
Eighteen farmers have ordered n IHc or ten rows of
i' total of 7.HI"i I pound of nitrate of large blossoms and
e:'. soda About a thousand acres will bp l tender fruits of this
planted to castor beans. Because of red by the moths to N. T. RITCH, Pres W. T WEEKS, Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Casiher
nigh prices for hay quite a few farmers or melons, and most
f' will put in a rood acreage; of Sudan. latch into melon or
jo, grass, which made good, in the county Lie laid on the squash
last vear. '--' 4 -- Bradford BankESTABLISHED
Luke County Nitrate orders sour LEARN IMCKV'KN::' I : :; County

h, the government l totaleil J09! tons. _
n +- -- Any grower who had .
e.' SUK 1111cnT'fIj: ; CROPriant with diseases or insect 1889
will find, it advisable
periment Station. \' Bradford Financial
Seed Free from the Destructive County's StrongholdSTARKE
f'i li, Jim"sville, for
Iliq'II"t'-\h racn..e
termining preventive ! FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
this jear. Preventive
Cotton is one of the War Emergency many of the diseases
crops thnt the South must produce and, before the disease
I conserve this seuiion' Anthrncnone, a too late after the '
\ fungus disease destructive to cotton, Community
frequentlycauses, .serious' damage to necessary in the
) pests, so farmers
.e r ton worthless re'nult to be avoided. When you hunt for efticiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.

thin >cur. Timely and. active eooporntion DON'T; I'L VNT; You should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.
on the part of all concerned' 1 is
noeiliilAnthriunosp, An agricultural The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking (
is introduced! into cot- Imd ear of corn to a business. >
ton fields i chiefly(l liy infected seed, says in the trenches have ; :fl
II, K Stevens. of the University of that fill to explode We have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more Important ;
Florida experiment station Seed con- allied soldiers enjoy -
taming; spores or living internal parts at them so will the ,

4 of this the disease fungus if plnnteil are certain The to most. prc",1 effective .t planting In this corn year thnt when Your money deposited in this bank not only works for you day and night, but owing t

WRy to avoid' nnthracnose is to greatly; desired, it is of to our experience, it is SAFE.
plant need free from the fungus! and< portanco that farmers
Safety deposit boxes for rent for safekeeping valuable
f. tho cotton grower should make wary corn says the your papers.
effort possible to plant disease-free extension division. It

p, seed this year better part of wisdom Condensed statement of the condition tit close of business Dec.
.!>, Seed free from anthracnose may 1,1' number of kernels (, 31st, 1917.
X, available from two sources First, old to more than the
need, two years or ol.lir Old seed, enough to remove all RESOURCES
K. where kept dry, lire practically fire germinating quality LIABILITIES
: fiom living spores' or parts of the seedTIME. Loans and Discounts $14,924.96
lJ. fungus even though such seed were obtained Capital Stock paid in $2; 000 00
from plants ntTected with i>nthracnose. : TO MAKE: ); : :\ United States and Municipal Bonds 14,347.00 Surplus fund 1000:00: :
f'\ ; Such seed are valuable and Claims and Other R 16,186.98
II desirable for planting this seison.! It is! never too late urces. Undivided profits, less expenses paid 1,680.40
Second, seed from field< thnt had no m Florida, says C K Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 1900.00 Deposits '
s nnthracnose last season may he leanonably the, University of AUotherRealE.tateowned 7,237.61 39084193
.; free from the fungus; and e>: vision But that does
airnble for planting, provided such just anything can he secured and unsecured 337.68

j need have not been mixed with diaeiscd ., any time with promise Cash on Hand and in Banks 223818.10
i. seed or pinned along with other resulting.Just .
cotton affected with nnthrncno I now is A good TOTAL
..c In order to ovoid losses from nnthracnosc purple top white TOTAL $428,022.33 $428,022.33VE
it is necessary to plant dl.- white flesh ,
'r rnse-free need. There Is nn re-ivdy .,::i'" for these much as
lifter the disease! appears in the fl'Ii- Binary garden (crop \ SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR lIERITS.VE INVITE
s the time to avoid it is at planting the s<, INVESTIGATION.

r" time. Make special eflort to get cissr i Mustard: i is the 7l.



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LECTURES: MAUD TONIGHT BALLINC.TOX IN Sl'ARKL ROOI'l( ;:: Fred Lang Lang were! wife pleasant' and baby and Mrs.[ I). hitched and could not get out of UK -Bertha--of-Sampson- City, attended' j 1 + + + 4' + + + + + + .p .-+ +-s's SS n ,,.'"m ni'*il
Kelleys visitors at Mr. fire. church hen Sunday; + ., '. "llmliln. unco raeh m.k for tIne con- .

A few facts about :Mrs :Mam! B. -r. ,1I'B Sunday. hudson afternoon.and Rev. James Alex Preston Harnatre's. funeral Miss] Turner of Roesroll, + LEGAL NOTICES 4 rcutlM I "IH wrrk.In ,... ."h..ot. I have hereunto. nut
Booth( who is to address the uti/ens Strickland made will be preached at :Mount Zion Sun was a pleasant. visitor here Saturday. + + himI. ntul. lufixi'd, .ili,' (ml ,,f our circuit Courton my
of this city; at the Kirvt Methodist a business trip to day.' lie died at Camp Jackson S. C.. - --+--- llii,. thuSUh lay of January A. D. IBIS
church tonight. February 22: on her Lawtey -Tuesday. +_ _ on Dec. 11In..! was buried on the II. C. url""h'Y. of Booker! is -.piMnl-, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + l SEAM!! w. T. WEIJK8.,

life's work : Mrs. II. j. ISHh. It was by hi" mother's and hillwif.'s jOg several clajs with his daughter! ( I..rk.
lugging of Jacksonville, that Rev. Dukes will :Mrs. T. I R. l'nl' Crosse MITICK: OK .TAXMAN HUB OF. I.AMThirty ) A. 8. CREWS.
Booth is the to
Mrs. wife of Ballin ton iincl her sitii" Mrs Seeber King, of rI'Iut'st| cor. .I.3t! Attorney fur I'lalnlllT

Tooth founder and commander in Luke Butler are h're for the day, the preach the funeral. The boy was the Gainesville-..Sun.MIRB .-. dm'* ..rh', thief of the Volunteers of America guests of :Mrs J. P. Little. Gaines lion and frtep-son of :Mr. and Mrs. W. : Iforta IHth ilnv of Mnrvli. li| |5. 1 s !lii lo thilloni'rnMi %
which is a religion* organization of ville Sun Keti 15th. R. Taylor, of Johnstown and his Greene spent the wec'k- (MS*. A. ',"rIier. County Jmliri. t.fl noiin*\jrKKS, 8 VI KHereby :
a end! with her u iti\rn tlmt under nnil by
large following. mother extends her thanks to the goodpeople parents in Lake Uutlcr. l II."M..I i'mmU KlorMn. nt bin, tiffinin the vlrturn. of thai cerIum llnnl iU. SI'F.CIL of this settlement fur their -I.u CrciMii' ,'01'. to (.iiimesville Sun. Court. turnup in the lown of Stark*. llrmlfprilCount $ rloRun. matte nnil entered. In tlu
She i is the daughter of the late Dr. ims' .\T : '. > Clrctiit Court
S Horitltt for nn Ortlor to ni>ll HI |i.r'''''l4* for Urntlford .
Charlesworth, an '111 kindness. to them in their trouble. .,,1.| > tinOm>Sinth , li\ulitl. inti. County Florida, In Cliimoery
Episcopalian Hector E STATE FAIR Henry Stewart < rrt each ofSi'tHT 111111. lh.. .
is getting! to be on intlt ilnv i>( J nu>ry. A. I).,
of London. Miss S sonic farmer or is getting to bo ... Nt'wuom. ..Kiith No..m. Ami AltA S'w. mix, in fator of N. J. Johnn. n> rumiilxinantnd
Lois : some .
She i is a sister of Mrs. Florence Barclay Jacksonville Feb :21.-The "Special at her irrandfather's Kelly attended: r. J. G.II reunion Colson more of a farmer one or t'othl'r.'d.. .n.lln..r.. ......hrtr,."....1.of I in(nrtvr nnil ..Ni'wuom, thi* following nml I ntirnNvMMoni. iliNOriltrri *. .. . minlniit I...... HinrlHntitfh Annie. t:. Knlilimoii iinii. II. C., J. I*. IIxibm.on. .

the celebrated author of the Pays" at the Florida State Fair and near Brooker, last in honor of nesday ho planted for himself a whole Unit lyitiir Mint. |...>|IIK in llrmtforilCounty. . All ,tpntiinta, ScnrlKjtvuittlThi

"Rosary," "The Mistress of Shen Exposition which will be held in Jacksonville his 84th birthday. Sunday La Crosse to acre anti a quarter| of ]Irish potatoes, I Moruln. to-uit Hoilnninit nt n Mnlivon t ...nh..I..n.I".i,1\ Master ...11oIT'r \
cor. Station lino "
stone," and many other writings.; from February 26th to March Gainesville Sun.MEKT1NG and is threiitonin gto plant, n lot of of Sortion Sixty t tJM rhnlntt. TouiiHhip st of 17.NortlirnntCornrr Kouthof for .Mil I In front of Itw Court. II...... sloop

:Mrs. Booth J it one of the hiJChl"stpaid !II', inclusive, will be the means of -____ _____ watermelon! cantaloupes and! tna>'bc IIn".,,* ('tit K. antI run South,, SUty' |'ne .. .file In 1 Slnrki. *. rlorldn. .,durlnir' the IfKnl butte c>(
on"y.h. 4th ilny of
ecturers on the American Chau. 1rinA'ingth... people of every sectionof OF l'ITCOU ClL a costor [bean' or two. If he can fatm .' W ..t Twenty ,chnin. then... North Sixty I IVIH. to the hmhit bruit .hlililvr March for A.c.I D.,.

tauqua platform of today, and has devoted the State together into a \bond of as good as he can run a bank' some of rhninn.lmi T to,,'i>Section rhninii line., to then. of Kant on 8ttion *. I l ho followlnif. doicrilHH I ] ,'ru,,,'''''' .ftuntittl In
nty bralnninirIn
twenty-five of mutual understanding and fel I' the prize Umilfonl. ('otinty. Morliln. to-wit : LctlM 4.
years her lift to good Collections for month of January agriculturists hereabout Sii-tU.n t l..M. lownihlp |7I. South of Knnitu
that of prison reform, much of this lowship, nnd on each occasion many reported as follows : will have to lok to their laurels the t I.01 K. "> i'tlnir Ki."ht ncrrn mar> or I lr... convi'ywl 1.n.1 In Illork H. IS Illork. Lots Il' .1,Lolo t. 8.I.4 8.antI 4. 5 7., 7 In ntl.l flock H,
time has been spent behind special features have been arranged; Bradford. coming season.--.Lake Butler! by Curtir nut! ,.lt.. to \I.. I. 1& Inu .
; Times.lilLtiFtItl .
prison County 1'avinj; ___ $3C608/ V r>. . I. i. S. 4 A. ff n.l 7 In niork 8 : All
for the IViwInit by >i>tl ilnl*.1! trbmnry 16thIIMIV :
walls where she has consoled and encouraged entertainment of those whoaU'nd. Interest' on above------------ 1480: .n.l Hoennl,> tens of thousands Fines _._ ____ ._ __ ) COI'M'Y: known M l.lnroln City, In llmironl County, ,
of men - __ -__ ,15.:SO; I 14th.' 11M7. conlnmlnic II 12! ncrvo mon* Mnrliln.
and women through her practical and The "Special Days" are as follows: Licenses __ nnnnnn_ 2(5.75( 1'JCHEHS'SSOn.TIOS or toon, Altto bciilnmnK Kmhty: rhninn W'';*t ;ofNorthCBKt I "I" on pa mi"ii I>IT 177 map of th.on pint public neonliHl records. In uf book sat,f''
work. Hence Are you going to form'r of Section! Towimhll .
attend'ou" .
personal in this she on your special ',. rlorlila
way Will be' held Law I 171.t.11. ltnnK.> t tJUl F., Mml run ".."Ih :.Uil I ,' fi>it
has justly won her much deserved day ? Total ctllections. __ __ in ley February 2.1. E. M. JOHNS.
and u -----$142: CD to n point of '"',," nln, thcnc1** South I'"'' fin't .
appreciated title, "The Little :Mother Tuesday February 26./ -Opening The' Treasurer's report was tiled as 9 a. m.-V..votionnl exercises-Goo. th.'nri' Writ I IJHI f...... ttii'licv North HMO<. fi-l.. I A. V I UNO.. Special Muter. i\
honor was conferred on her Day. Senator Duncan U. Fletcherwill follows : S. Henderson. thpnct* Fnitl I U'M ffi't lo th> point of bpirlnnin* 8ol for Conn 11.1.61. toriK

by over one hundred thousand present the State Fair to the Welcome Address-To be supplied. In. ....Sift. urn...I ijftl.... ,To..", .n...hlt. |7 >...South.. .. of.. Hnnm-. ___
prisoners. peo- General Fund.{ R .... . ....-......-..-.... ... "-.-on-- -......-.. ...- ..--". ..-.
ple of Honda in behalf of the business Jan. 1 to amt. on hand_ -- __ __ _$ Jfi-1.3i:! ) .ponse- :M 1. C. llobbs. nil 141 (........ mon or tents '\ : KOR PUBLICATION .: I
In every town and in every prison men of Jacksonville. Jan. :31 to amt. rec'r. for fines. 35.50( School Attendance Compulsory Thi. 1Mb. tiny of Fibnmrv iSis IVmr1itnni|. of the Interior, IT. S. t.nn.l

where Mrs. Booth visits she is ad. Wednesday, February 27.-Old 1 Sol- Jan. 31 to amt. rcc'd. licenses 2t>.75 A. Draper.Teaching. It. A NFWSOM.itinVdmn officv. at. <0.10.: .l .." II Ic. Da J.... ID. IIIIA r-
diers' Arithmatic ( fir !Srtwr Nmiiinn Huth N..m nnilAltA Notlei i. hinbv. iilvi-n that John Thoman.
Day.Thursday W.
dressed as "The Little Mother." She Ntwoni Minor. ht'im of ,'''M'r of ink. lltl'r., lorlda,. who on November
has taken the place of mother in the February, 23.-Farmers $526.55San ; anti l.nurA Nrwiiom. .|.<..0;.uutt.| 1 IS. l ISIS made. lliimcHteAil Entry: No. 0141...
hearts and lives of men in prison until Day. 31 by amt. paid out5221.12 J School 1 Records and l"ports-ul't.:; 2 IA lit for SW fourth) of SK fourth nectlon SI.
today she claims Friday, March Educational Day I foppell. lownnhlv II S.tdmuu 11 K, ''' ..._.

hundred thousand approximately men aa her "" Womans' Achievements Day, Chil- Jan. 31 to nmt. on hand_ _. .__$302.43: How to Spend! Our Summer- l>r. II. COMMISSIONER* SAT K C M.rldlan..oimnutnlton t linn, \.r.C i.i notion to eitaMlnh of mantIs claim to to make the
(Irene Day. All children' W. Cox. ",'rr\'y\ nut In* i. nlvt>n that under nnil l,y land lituive. .. .,, .
One hundred thousand prisoners under 15 /| Road and Undue! I \lrtunt. of Ihnt certain deere ..( partitionnimlt l'scrst'I.. .ro. It. It. -
men and women, have reformed under years' of age admitted free, between, Jan. 1 to amt. on hand_ _ -_ _$9ti5.7fl Business Session. urn! mu-rvil in tho Circuit Court for c.'lvi'r.. at Caimivtlli: ( is.. on tho lit Unr ol
March. (
faithful and able leadership nnd have hours of 10 a. m. and 10 p. m. I Jan. 31 by nmt. paid out. ._ 172..10 I Dinner on the grounds Both teaoh- Krtulfnrd. Cnunty. KloHdrt. In Clmncvry Sitting, Claimant 1II1A.. namea aa wItnesses.
become members of a league: known as Saturday March 2.-Press and Ad ers and Patrons urged! to attend.! nn the 1Mb Hny of Jnoomrv.. A. II.. ISIS<, in F I.. Kouen, of ink Iliitli-r Morldii: . .

The-V. P. I., which was organized by Club Day Florida Counties Day. Jan. 31 to amt. on hand_ __ ___-79J.10Interest LI" BLACKBURN. turn.fn\or ri nf.mi J.lnmnnt.. Ki'ttrnntvin anj .urt cT;'>tpi,nnt>anv i H, %n Y. rnrporn 11.1 lu.'.. ;' lionlon w. !I':. Kniney, of I.ahii llutlvr Morldii.. '"
Sunday, March 3.-Denominational .. louchnton, of I I.ko Itt icr. ."..rl.I..
Mrs. Booth especially for men incar. Fund Fseiyi HiMlufM 1,1. nIt! Jennitt Mnuil HoiTmnn !;.
Wntern. of .
Worlhlniiton .
ted. Jan 1 to nmt. hand__ n$2,62R.90 The? Tt'lt'J'rnph-the: county T'np..rcontains on"l K It. llndtTnn. )h.T hunlntnil ... ""'* Sprlnii H.rlila.'
on .
cerR KUIir
Day.Monday HA V III.
ft'ndiintH. h mi..lo ..,
t < iintltTnitni *** com nrr
all live State and
She has on numerous occasions appeared and March Governors Day, Jan 9 rec'd into on Co. paving II.:SO National w.1oll'r/ and ni'11 I in front nf thit Court Ito,.... l-28-Ot IleuinUr.Ill ,
before legislative bodies and Army Navy Day, North Florida I news as well us doings of tho farm In Stork. n".1.".. ilurintf *hi. l">unl' of ..1"! on
fought for such measures as calculated Day Georgia Day. A magnificent Jan 31. to amt. on hanIL$2.01J.2t: and home folks. 'Mnntlny t>H4th tiny of Mnrch. A. 1) 191 ". ,I.I. FOil IOKECIOSI
were military parade will be In tho hi"h'nt .n.. \ht-nt bid.lor,... for rn. .h In In Circuit Court. nth Juillcln.1' llrcult .f
to help and reform men in the one of the features Kinking Fund .,.nl. tho folluwin .!Hcrlbfil, pmM'rty. Kitufttnl Florldii... llradfonl. County.Sante. .
various prisons. Hence in this way of this day which will be led by Jan. 1 to amt. on hand- -- _--_ .00 For Indigestion Constipation or'' I in Hrft.lfor.t County. I Moridit. twlt : N II. 111111.......
Governor S. J. Catts. Jan. half nf SX\ fourth of .. ... 6, \. v.
she has been a direct means in bring 31 to nmt. on hand _ -_ .00 tup. Sotitfi . .
: Tuesday, :March 5.-Tick Eradica Watcrsorks Fund BiliousnessJust Rune 22 Kwit. F : hllllia, W E': I'hlllll' loll. wife anilW
ing about some important reforms A.
among the prisons of the United tion Day, Stock Breeders Day, Central Jan. 1 to nmt. on hand_ __ _--_$!W1.17: try one SO-ccnt boltlo.of LAX-FOS J J.. W w. ANPHKWS.ANonr\vs. Jr. MiivaHill tar ..........1......*. ;.
States. Florida Day, Hotary Day. Jan. :81 by amt. paid out_ _____ III..13: : WITH PEPSIN. A Liiiuid' Oiiifsuve! ,\. U. ANPKrU..: Ntitlr to Appear '
Mrs. Booth is the founder and leader Wednesday :Match .
W i': I'hllli, .. hla wife. itr''tinii '
\ V. I.ONO.tI..l. .
of a line of homes known as "Hope Day, Greater Florida Association Day. Jan. 1 to amt. on hand------$26,980.59! / recommended to the 1.01, Paris Medicine '- for Com p. 2-1-fit. It havlnir lus'n shown by airiilnvlt that tlin I,

Hall" which is a home-like institution Sister Cities Day. Jan. 9 rec'd.' for couny paving :3f i>.OS Co.. manufacturers of Laxative. Ilrnmo Pefindantii K. K:. I'hilliiw, nnd %V. IJ. l'hlllii' ..
Thursday "March 7.-West Coast ,ln,. wife an, non-niilduiiu. of it,.. II''ale of
for released prisoners. A number of Quinine und Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.EDGAR NOTICK! OK (.ITAKI>1\N/ HAIR lorldii.. aol Hint t tin ,..*..lilunci. uf mud .....
these homes Day. Jacksonville Day, Sister Cities J.ln.31 to amt. on hand_ $27, ,
are being successfully op. --- - - Thirty flayi" nftitr iliito hi'ritof. I will I npiityli fendant* are unknown other than they amresilient
erated throughout: the United States Day, Citru Fruit Growers Day: Tro following bills were ordered! t'j > lhi> lion t.i'n. A. <:"..10."*.. rounty jiiiluiir . of l th.I I'nlliil Stains, of Amerlcii nnd
and thousands of Friday, :March Automobile,, Day. raid : EYES > I tliailforil, ..."n'y. lorldii.. for an ....h'r t,. Ilien. it mi peraon In the Sat.. nf Morldii I Iii"
men and passing ,1\\ at prlxati. unit Out* 'I. hlril Intrnnt. .... Ice
I a Ramnli S of Niibpoenn upon whom. wiiuld bind
Saturday, :'olar'hClosinlt! E. S. : council_ .. 1.00 '
through them annually and are making Day. Matthews mem. $ ..tntr tin I rtitirt* I inti'''''.' of llniily, HoHirr amiL .n Itt ilifenilnnla. .. unit I Hint lalil I Difi'iulunU '.
good, and they might otherwise Don't fail to attend the big state S A. Itrynn, mem. council2.00( Optici r\ Tested I ,L rh KimliT M.....,..*. In Itu. foltowintr .....- the aim of twentyHn0 yrara. arinir

return to their old habits or strike out fair and see Florida as she is. O. .1. (riffin; mem. council- - _ 2.00 JACKSONVILLE .FLA. .,rihul land Uunttt I In llriuif.iril """"'Y. Mil I It .m tin.rerun. orilin.l. connlden-d. and 001.! .
4. .1. W. 200I .lo wit jinluid t Hint" 1 I llm( sa III l>>.f,.inhinta F. K:. hllli'ii'n .' '
over the country as tramps and thus NEW FARM JOIMJN. White mem.u, Broken L. r\3ea Duplicated: I Cumnnnrlnic on N .i.... of A. <'. I.. Itnilumil nnd I W K: hllllp.. hla wife. do t nppinr to the I
become n menace to socity agnin. C. Jones, memo council2.01)!) Same Day as Rteicvcd : I ,niihl of wnv nt I I..l; liniof Went half ofKfourlh oniidainant'N Itill, of Conn''tuint' on or lifftirn. 'I
FOR FLORIDA A. 1 S.: Crews, treas. 7.iiO : of "..r..lh of ..'" I.. twp HSU. the 4lh I slay nf March A. |I' iii". ,
The _Florida_ Hope_ Hall is the most ..,._._ n"",, "."".. ___ _Malnrru.u_ u..., .We Sp.d li." on Hail Order .Wt Ploy. Pbitu. 'I, i. ......I r..n N .... .AI.I ii.... a, .....1. \\.' "'h.. ........' ................ .h._. ..................._. 1,...".,. L.In... .ili'fuult_...._._....
ji.ii w 1111.1 ni*>, in it ur H Jit;_ c*.*", I .40 W ' - -- ""
recent home of this kind to be opened y I : -.H.i;,; ,; ;;,; 7.. ; ; I .
The I ttft : :
Florida Times-Union is I yard rly. lit an antrli* yanlH. 1ii : n uu i hi I tin. HHI.I' I Iriillliim t:. hiiiiiia" and W. f:.
by the celebrated reformer. It is located to publish farm preparing Sam Kosenbortf, witness fee'_ _ .!"iO , ,."..1. to. Point of llfif III Si.., 1 1M. t a n, tk , Mil wife. .
at Hampton, Bradford County.It I of a new magazine J. H. Sapp, witness fee----------'u> 2 I I. t:. conlninlfiK' iilioul thrii.-fotirlti.I of It In further ordered. Hint lhl. nnllci. hpuhliiiheil .
a general character that will have T. 1' 5cr.'. In the ' ,. ,
constitutes 100( of land Wall witness fee--------- .St) llrndloril County 1 B| "rii.h. anewnpnper ,
acres on the name of the Farm and Live Stock COFFINS I jimKriiivK" nostril. nil lnheil ,
C. H. Clarke witness fee-------- SO CASKETSAnd | > at Stark*. In llrnilfcirdeoiinly f
which several nice bungalows have Record. The first number will bo is : I tiuunjiiin of unlit n.."........ Morldii, "".. each work for five coiini'Cutiii .
Shag Kite, and fees73.01)M. : ( ) full line otUndertakers' . ,
been erected, painted and partly furnished salary a \ 8 LKPWS. wreka.
and the wholesome work of receiving -' sued :March, .>, during the progress of 1. Cameron, salary_ _ _ _ __ _/SO.00 .:.1.51. Attorney.III In wllni'im, ..when-of I hnvit hen'iinln mtmy
I the Florida State Fair and Exposition C. A. Futch clerk's fees. . -.17.10 Supplies hand n..1 I affixed' the ....1 I of our Circuit (
and the has -
repairing men and will be circulated with the Bradford! Co. Telegraph, env._ _ 2.SO Automobile Hearse. !.I. FOR 1nlll': I nun mi till itt. auth ilny of January A. I)., .4
been' taken with favorable IIMH. ,
up very regular issue of the In ,
daily on that Tel. Circuit court. Hth Judicial$ Circuit of
Sturke Co :3.00
phone rent------
results. Always on hand. The best I-lortda. Drnilfunl County.Kncirt W. T WEEKS, t .
date and will be sent separately to ser ISFAI: ..
W. L. Wnll. fire chief---------- fi.OO() Clerk. Si.
The men are kept at this institution all farmers growers and stock raisers F. M. Johns, nsst. chief _ 4.10) vice at the lowest prices. Special YO A. V. IONO.Solicilor t
from to six months and - - --
one are given: in the state, a circulation of lio.oou/ John W. C.ih.r.n for Complainant,, 2-1'Gt. I
I Harold! "Wall fireman---------- 3.00( attention to telegraph; orders.
practical assistance medical treatment being guaranteed The Farm and LiveStock loll, for Divnrrn.Nntlr -- I
where it is needed. They are kepi Drew Alvarez, fireman1.01)Ttootsey -- li. ApparTin (; flUI\\'IIl: 1I0/( ." 1
Record will be issued monthly
under the best environments Alvarez fireman_ __ 300) ) Registered EmbalmerDeWITf . Slain' of loridii to John %v. (;,Io..n. Kor hog to l tat ,
very for the present nnd will out the a : prontnblo! Tin must
go Pitt Tomlinson fireman __ _ :3.00' . KII'i'tinicIt : 9.
made feel like life is worth while -- I
to Inkept growing from birth, In marketing
first of month
all horn shown
Tuesday to basing by nlTiilnvIt that tho
have made every (rius; Hensley fireman..... _- -_ :3.00 I C. JONES l> . ,..... I Hi! In '
even though they may a regular subscribers' of the Times-Un i ft ndant, JohnV nil IK n rmldint age: i timnot profitable' iin-
shipwreck of their lives ion nnd I U .L. Hpperson, fireman_ _ __ _ .TOO) ) of thi. St,O.* of Huritln., anil tlmt thu ,'pslI'nr.* "'1111 ho is hi'iiltliy.I t I lie I cnii alwnya 1 lui
will be
subscriptions ) taken John nai ,"'n, fireman----------( t Starke Fla. of mild I),.ft.iiilitnt,. .m At :.U I I l'altinii A vn., *. .
:Mrs. Booth emphatically says that for the new farm magazine: at the Ruddy George, fireman___ ___ __ :3.00) _ Atliintji. (,.... .h,,' tlii-ri* I IH nu ..'rn rmidintf, I in II profit prom'ing inmlitioii/ i if IK is
be reached and lead to ---- ; ., fi'tl.! K A. Thoman' I powdir.V'i.
can Hog -
every man rate of 50 cents a year to those who I In tin* Statv of Hnridii. ttu 'rvlcn of a null.
a higher plane of living and thinkingif are not subscribers of the daily. The Ray Colley fireman------------ 'too') |1' upon whom wotilil. hind. mini, ill.ft ndanl. |nihitivi i >ly tell you movt'tt worms anti (
Allen Cnnovn fireman_ _ _ _ 3.00) NOIICKTo : I ,nnil that Hald hi'fi'nitnnt I in ow'r tile ofI
used. - sit I
the iluimpH., .
right means ore magazine will have special stuff of .,, t I If I Ihi* |ii iwi'li'r il"is's not, niuki*
a ( I ut ty.olii* .
She is the author of a book entitled editors and managers and! the entire Heasley fireman---------:l 'I lie Tat Payers of Bradford II.m tin"n y"ST'N'fun, ori'ri. rnnniili.ri. nml iii.l rood, wi. will. .J. W. White.Stiirki & :Son,
"After Prison What ?" In this volume organization of the will Ifoad and Bridge Fund (ounty I ,...1..1 that I hi' nahl. lli'fi'iiiliint, John W *. Kin. l-Vli., 1 .8I I 5-22.
she quotes various incidents where newt-pupei Hank of StnrKc, pay rolls! for The tax [books will close the first ,;,10...". .ilo t ,npiunr ,I.. I Ihi. fliii'liiiiianl, Hill _ -. .. ---
assist in making: The Record! the best street work---------------- fi.2.ri! of (' 'I.I..lnl h. Chi. itt
$ day of April an thi law directs '''' ruin some of the most noted criminals have farm magazine published in the South. Qui ll'v Lumber, Co. lumber __ .80 March A. II ItsIs in il I. Tniill. wliinof, a IMIcii Cured Iran to 14 lays
reformed and made men our 1'leiist* I take notice and govern yourselves .ill. .. .nfi, xsill, / I In. nil. , .
among There will be Fpe..iullrticll' by well CM < pni ci HHII i nti tiKalimC' tliuKfltll Voi r drill-Hint wilt refuml money If I'A7)
best citizens. known farmers stock. J. (l'ercl'r.: ( scavenger work 8.1; .00) \ uioirdingly l .It.III! W <,lllMin "IN'tM I'N I tall In c,.,.. alive. .*> of llrhinu.Illlnrl .
her j'rowprilnd/ ]U. M. nOWLl 'n, II. I. furtliir, i.r.I,.ml Hull thw nnllcibn I Illreillnu or riitMiilinu I'lien In M Mrs Booth is giving personal
the Florida Hall. raisers, a number of departments covering Total paid! out K. & H. fund -$!I.Oi: 2-l-8t Tax folloctor. I 1.IoIi.h..1 ,in ttt.' liradfiinl County 'li ifrapti.' ,. The lirtl atiphi.atloii i lveal, '.flue anil Ken) AIIC.TO .
attention to Hope
practically every phase of farm ---.
This lecture tour will cover some two life, interesting fiction features n dupnrtment The directors of the Bradford l County .

weeks during which time she will visit for the woman and household Fair met here Tuesday and appointed ---.

most all the important centers of etc., in fact something for every committees to look after the --

the state and lecture in the interest member of the family, and all the exhilut to be made at the state fair in

of her Florida work and thus appeal matter prepared. with a view to making Jacksonville All the exhibits will he BIB SEKV 1 AMI IIKARII.f. iota TO nn 'MCP.N! A.M HDIAJLUW;

to the citizenship at large! to help her it interesting! popular and! heneftcml hrouirht to I.nkp Butler for arranirement .. <*. Aarleoltaral. I'lblhllatt rsi. r. a. Naval ICiklhlla
1 and her coworkers in the great: nnd to all renders.Vith the ,government before .shipping, to Jacksonville.Io l-lnrlilN 4 ..uBll.. .., I.10.. ,Hturh Mho.
righteous cause of rescuing fallen hu urging the speeding of Times. 1I.alta..1 I'rod-tss M..for < ., Mhi..v
up Butler .
'" 0..... ". .1..01. Machinery ..... ImplemraM
manity. production of all foodstuffs, farmingin S '''.y.' and .ilrl.' ( lub Worlduonflonal -k Aria a.d t.r,.rtllnrtleullural .
The citizens of Starke are urged! to the South will be given wonderful GRAHAM lroicreaa1f FLORIDA) lumklbltaVniHI

hear Mrs. Booth at the First :Methodist impetus and the developments"lal Maprflmiicy I .ASSET A frodoelaIrKlUa
,.......rt.1 11:. "lbU. CtNS CI.Of
church. Admission free.J. along this line in the next few years :.!1r. John :Millicnn! of Hastings wasa I I.. hock Hale - MAR C Ii flak anil t.....*
will be remarkable. The Farm and Poultry Na 0.. < ulorril Worklualructle
business visitor here o"
/ Tuesday. O
II. Hines and Tim Thomas of Live Stock Record. is planned! to assist :Mr. Charlie McKmnoy and wife, 0.... of .'.18. Amoa.nia"

Brooker were in the city yesterday: in this great; work of development and Alvin :McKinney: and wife were

Hines made a pleasant 'all at The and! increased production, and pleasant ,visitors to Brooker Sunday.
( Sun office while in the city. lie is a the first number will be looked for. :Mr J. II. Surrpncy made n business The Florida State Fair and Exposition

[ prosperous farmer and in preparing ward to eagerly by all those who are trip to Waldo Tui'Siliiy..Mrs. .

[ to L put :30 acres, __ in._ cotton_ n_and 0"" ID_'._acres__ -Adv.interested m the progress, of Florida.It. : Eva Barry delightfully, entertained Is a biff idea in tho benefits of which all the pooplo. of I :
vio corn nnu iiennuii nv uimna in a number, of her friends on
early spring will enable him to beat .- Thursday evening. After many social! Florida are participants. .

the boll weevil.-Gainesville Sun JOHNSTOWN. games, she served a delicious course Twenty-five Florida counties have arranged for displays.The .

Feb. 15th. of home made candies. All those attending Unitisi States Agricultural and Navy departments haVe

Say boys, getuanil.! get to stirring report a jolly good time. accepted invitations to be represented by exhibits.

CLAY HILL. around, for the time has come whenwe \%'*! want to thank all those who extending Never before has there been as extensive and as novel an
all have got to get up and get our a helping hand toward ceilingthe /
Clay Hill Feb. fOur school shoulder to the wheel for there is Christian church here last week. exhibition of the agricultural horticultural, industrial and live

ril closed Friday, the 8th of February trouble at the door. You can see the Mr. Perman Roberta was a pleasant stock progress of the State as will be here shown.

I'eecond:' to none in success and achieve. boys that have already gone to the visitor to Starke Thursday evening. The future possibilities of Florida are to be demonstratedby

Jfnent with all patrons well pleased, for raining: camps. and look at them that !Mr. Alfred :McKinney, of :Mount the present performance of the State. Her potentialities for _
confer the honor the are about ready to go.' Our President Echo, was a business visitor here Fri .
fwhich we upon '
;( tomorrow ore to bo shown in her achievements of today.
$highly esteemed teacher, :Miss Lillian has already called for you and me and! day.Mr.

T:A. Mackery. who deserves much crodit( all the rest. I don't mean to say that Murphy Price and wife of

.' tor the interest that she took and ex he has called us to go to the front but Jacksonville spent the weekend here AmusementEntertainmentInstruction .

,(11?: tra time she gave. She came to us a he has asked us to plant more crops, I with the former's parents Mr. and ..... .,.t.

', stranger from Carrabelle Fla. She and it is true that there is a need for Mrs. J. B. Price.
,fl left us with the sweetest memories of more. It is just as if you had a team :Misses Carrie and Georplnfillil! Money haa been expended This Fair will be unique In

, an accomplished young lady, who endeared of horses and put them to work and and I
herself to every heart and will did not feed them. How( long do you Wallace :Mills and RalphIvllr..z., attended to secure the best attractions the visitor, whether for clean

only be forgotten when the pupils she think they would hold out to do your the social at Mr. J. K. Devil's and to assure a good amusements or for exhibits of
: has taught are dead and gone. We work. We have got to get up anti, Thursday evening.('.
,'. sincerely hope to have her with us hustle the crops to the front so we jAn; :Misses Ethel and] :Mabel Byrd ac. time for all who come. There endeavor throbbing with the

again, and should we be so unfortunate help to feed our brave soldiers on the companied by :Messrs. J. J. Ogdcn< and will be more to amuse, entertain thrill of accomplishment it

i"as to fail to get her next term, WI Battle field. We can do lots of good in H. :M. Wasdm attended the chow at and instruct than was will bo gratified. Everything

heartily recommend her to those so helping to win the victory if we will Starke Saturday evening.' ever offered In the same shown will be of real and '/'.?
I/ortunate as to secure her service ns only put the hog and, hominy to the Mr. Riley Wasdin surprised a number -
and, of his friends here afternoon length of time anywhere in genuine interest--even those
Bleacher and lady-like presence in their >oys. They all look to the farmer Saturday
(vicinity :May Heaven bless her, *osay he is the one to do his part. So get about .1 o'clock, when he was Florida. One may be grave who come for a vacation will

we all. jusy. united in the holy> .bonds of matrimony !. or gay busy or idle just as go with an education as to

:The weather i is warm and the farm. The evangelistic meeting closed to Misi I.osBie. Johns. Justice E. the mood moves. what Florida is.
are very busy planting Irish potatoes here Sunday night. M McQuarrie, was I T. Stewart "(T5( latmg. His many
peers also :Mr. Davis was friends' wish them a prosperous and
and preparing for other crops. our preacher and "Get Your Ticket to Jacksonville"I
S Mrs. David Long visited "ner sick a special singer' for us. We sure did I rappy life.
that Rov. W.. T. :McOuire' filled his
B brother at Law ley Saturday, and re- enjoy the meetings and we hope regular
ports him on the road to recovery. God will bless these men on their jour. I appointment here Saturday and

I Mr. and Mrs Billie Starling; prelIuft'erinp ney. We hope some day to meet them i Sunday. Brother Herbert Blake of

I with the measles. We hope again on earth or in heaven. Lake Butler was baptized and received .
: Don't forget our Sunday school at in the Chri-tmn church and!
Ifrr them a speedy recovery. night. Come and was ordained a miniiti of the Gospel, ,,
] Mr. and Mrs H. McPhoraon were B0:: every Sunday <
I pleasant visitors. at Geo. E. \viI"in.lon's take part in the meetings with us. I coming to us from !Lake Butler. We
There are lots of measles in our set. are glad to have him with us beliiv-

I Sunday. Starling. Miss M.i, anJI tlement at pre.-ent but hope that they ing he will he a power for"d in lour
I Mr. Curtis :
midst HP is from London! England'
I Carrie Starling and :Miss May 'fannerI will all soon he up again.Mrs. (
I visitors to Maxville Saturday A. L. Smith, of this place had and we ask that he may hate the hi'Ip
I were *her mule burned very badly one day and cooperation of all Christians
and Sunday. :Mr Wallace Mills of Starke, attend
Rev. James Strickland filled his regular last week by one of her boys some
ed church here Sunday evening.
Middleburg Saturday men that were working on her farm
appointment Sunday and Sun.lay! about :3 miles north of Johnstown. Mr Roy Kalch of Hampton was a

night; Some of the boys put fire to a stump pleasant visitor here Sunday.
night. :MM. Allie Sloan and daughter --0
caught. The was
also and the
Mr II. B. Hudson and wife, grass

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't P.\if: mGll'f nfl.t hr1ut1 COfNTY TEI.EiUAPir.: / .',..f.tRKL. I I.()RID.t. FRIDAY.I FEIIItt'AKY. 1I'k'
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.... :Mis. J. I II. (;fillfoylci.. of O..ala.ho nii-i I Fell. 1lah; 11'lN( with a goodly',1\ The public I I cordially invited to nt- ngn and is visiting) friend.h.. '

hitS been. M-iting her father, :Mr. J. i number I I of mrmbers I pre.-i'nt. The tend the services ut the :Methodist I :Mr. Linze Fetch was ,
a bun
- I I". King i for II few iluy, returned, to 'iiaid; :.Master, J. C. t'lnnally, of.lai'ksfin. : u li arch commencing Friday evening I itor to Haiford 'fhurs
h'r honnSiiruliiy., . ille. wuill"" pre, >ent, and the' and continuing; till Sunday;! evening. ; ,
Mi .. .' flu, iiinj' ) u iliildrc'i) .'-pint Sunday following) olliifielected/ I : P.1.. Bare 'fh,. )J'n-Miling, Elder will conduct the I Miu.s Maud! Futch rctui" I

1 F County News Items I I lit t tin-1 I humnT \JJ/'. and 1\11'!!. K.::: K. loot, :N.; G.! ; Ira, \V. I 1i omit-ter, Jr.,, "services j', Micnnopy u few day.s ago \vbspent '

.Forlrier: of :MclroM.- Sec.: ; E.; L. Crosby Treat, ) The re. | W. T. Kennedy and family, of Lake I'f|1 several. days with her"

: j = -.. ... Mr.: und Mrs., II. I IJ. May and chilchvn mHining officers are to be elected III: Geneva, were shopping here Monday. She was accompanied by her .
= = = == Miss
: = = = Niva lJur
-- - rove. Saturday ut Spring Lake the next meeting.; "I II. B. Weest, who is at present doing ,

., ;, '; InUrc.ttnt Facts Gathered During the Week by Our fitliing. There, were also the following; visitors i., civil engineering; nt Bryceville. spent Mr. Frank Hunter, of1: {.i

i t : Regular Correspondents.JSL. We art glad to report! Blunton Ows- from Starke lodge present: G. C. Sunday with his family. was visiting) his parents at I ii 1 "i

l' Ivy convalescing from an attack of Livingston, I D. 1); J. L. Peek Sec.;' K. :M. King, of Theressa, was looking Saturday and Sunday. !X:,

," __ _____ mefl |i"*. (Geo.: I. Massey, F. 1 F. Stump, J. C., after business interests here Mon Miss Maud! Futch visited h, tnt
I iiI: : We have been having a good deal Robinson. 'I' Raifnrd Saturday afternoon, :

.,,',, . . ,__. 1 of sickness in our community. Odd Fellows Entertain day.W.. E. Ferguson and family, of Mr. Jim Futch made a busiix
i ; LHVVICI.K i '1 uesuay.In' A nice rain would be much appreciated The Odd Fellows entertained the! (Charlotte N. C., spent Monday and I?
., I I ( (;iiorgc left Tuesday for in this section. members of the lodge,; and their fam. Tuesday here the guests of J. W. I to Raiford Tuesday afternoon

\Ir. L. II. Hill,!) was transacting: bii'-i- I \YIIII toll late he has .secured a po- :Mr. H. S. Campbell, wa"" u business iI i"HI t the home of :Mr. and Mrs. I I.'I.' %Watterson leaving Tuesday evening: :Mrs. Willie Groves returned, r ?,

** ness in .'''I'kl-"n\lll.. lust 'Ihu I ',,vMeselanii's SI ltl"1.' ._ visitor to Jacksonvillelust, week. \V. Pinholster, Jr., last Saturday even !, for )Dunedin, where they are theguests Lawtey Sunday. She was callcil, , nl?
-- --.----- We ire glint to report Uncle Jim bcd.ltIof her father Mr.
ing. A sumptuous was i of relatives. Lam-
; I II.I I >. Itnndall, A. I Darnelsand very supper
Frank Skinner were villi tor., to The I .arlll'i,1 of ( ;race MethodistKpiicnpal King i is able to be, up arid attend to prepared and served by ;Mrs. I. W. Pin I :Mr. VaIn and JInley Grifli' i |

Starke last Thursday. : church, Lawtey, held theirsemimonthly his business. hol"terlrR.: K.: L. Crosby, :Mrs. P. S. EUMBEE. through,; our burg Mondaj,
I .
i Mr. and 1\/.s..1./ I/I.! I Dye) and) little J. last week at meeting the home on of Thursdayof Mrs. Rudolph ---- -. Colson and Mrs. I IV.. Barefoot. There: were enroute for Raiford.

I n., Jr., of Jacksonville, npent from I, Thede., After a short, devotional- BROOK EF{. were several others present who par Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Green of Rai Church will be held at the !. ".
Saturday to ;Monday at thu home of took of the delicacies that were, prepared ford school house .
meeting the president, Mrs. J. If.Moore attended church here Saturday Sunday. Every1 .
Mr.1 und! Mrs. ,\. M. Blanrhnrd. I ; / opened the regular) business Sheriff Kpperson: and Deputy) W. W. in abundance All present re and Sunday.We cited! to come.Wedding .
1' : f Mr. nnd :Mrs.i .1. 11. McCulley and : session. V'ariou mutters of liuigdon of Sturkc port a most enjoyable time. are glad to ace Miss :Maud hells
importance !, were business vis The are still rifle,
lodge will meet the first Saturday u
I .rhildren (Oscar) Frank and James' of ?
: were discussed and! plans were itors here last Tuesday.II. night in each month. All members, Futch out again after two weeks spell and nound Elarbee.
: Jacksonville were visiting relatives laid for raising the amount needed to C. visited of sickness.
Surrency relatives
in L urged to be A. F. Jones was in ,
are these seen
1 At meetings
: in present ., 1 il i t Lawtey Sunday. purchaKc n good three-burner oil La Crosse and,) Alnchua last week. und! make this the Mrs. John Groves and, son, of :Manning Sunday. g
:Mr. I Iinvis mother most
Jack nnd were prosperous
stove for the The Several) attended church here
I parsonage. necessary cases' of chicken pox and I II. Sunday. I
,,' visitors to Jacksonville last Saturday. businss attended I to, the meetingresolved roseola have teen reported in town. year. of II Mr. und :Mrs. George,; Rose und chil Willie :Morgan attended chart .

'" Mrs. J. I II. Randall ,was a visitor to itself into an informal tete a Mrs. L. Morgan, who has been sick MILLER.The dren attended church here Saturday Sunday. \

Jacksonville last :Monday. tete. :Mrs.' Thede, as usual, proved for the last week is convalescing. night und Sunday. j -- .

t Mrs. M. R. (Jill returned to nor hcrsflf a delightful hostess and Kur- The stork visited at the home of11' :Mr. Shepard Rosier was seen in our The Quinine That von not .tract; the
t. home last Thursday from Tampa, pri-.eil, , the ladies by serving them delicious :\ and :Mrs. T. C. flaxen last Thurs. warm weather of the past sev burg Saturday afternoon. IteafBeenuese )
where she spent several weeks with ice cream and cake after day leaving a fine girl Both mother eral weeks has been ideal for farmer :Mr. John :Millie-tin, who has been in TIVU BUOMOUUlNl.MJlsljctlrrthaiior of:its tnnle nn
relatives. which" I the Aid adjourned! to meet text und baby doing line I and they have taken advantage of! Uncle': Snm'. service for 18 months, received Quinine! and dieS not cause uervniitne jor r
:Mr. nnd :.Mrs. 0. W. Stokes visitedthe 1 1t Dr. it by preparing for the biggest) crop in his ronJlnllln head. Remember the full nn... aj '
week home
Feb. JHlh, at the of :Mrs. Jim Bishop, of Alachua final discharge few
was a a days look; In* the ilicoatura of ,
; B W. 01<
of O\lH.
t hmiie !Mr. and 1lrR.V.. R.Strickland Terry. professional visitor here last 'j i the history. of this community.! A good I MC.:

: iirnr, Starke, last Sunday. An entertainment will be given in day. many Will login pianung; in a few

"-. Rev. and :Mrs. Alfred) Kvenden; were the' Lawtey school house tonight ( "Friday Prof. Steve Lewis and Thurs-I'I days if this fine weather continues. ." .

'. villtltu/ Jacksonville Monday.Messrs. nt 7D::(h), under the auspices of holster were visitors to I'rof. W. B. )Feagles, wife and father ,.
: / II.I I I D. Randall Frank the .,
and the I Woman's (Christian Temperance) Saturday ufternon. spent week-end visiting :Mrs.

I Skinner came over from Jacksonville Union ieneral: admission lOc; children ;Mr. J. Ward, of Lukens was a I I Feagles' parents, lion. and Mrs. II. C. :

,:,, 1 and spent Sunday with their families f c. !Proceeds to be devoted, to pleasant visitor hero. last Saturday. Peeples./ COTTON SEED ,.
in Must: Lawtey. the cause of temperance. Mr. '1''. Keavcs of Gainesville: I 11 r. and :Mrs. O. A. Thomas, of Midway -
: :Miss F.n/.a: lllunchnrd, went to Jacksonville ; lpl'nt I attended church here
t' The Sundaj
Kpworth: League of (;race M. K. Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. Cl ;
'J1t. ) Monday where she will upend nllEht.I.u.
chun-h: : : Lawtey; ,are planning ft "IWI W. Lewis. ,,.. ,___ .., .. . .
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., Y Jluway nls
( lor Sirs. A. J. Pinnolster anti daughter
c..lly ILC-fl..pM pr"g-rum un'IIIY ,
Rev.! Thomas;; a Penucostul preacher I evening.' It will "be in the nature of :Miss Luvedia, are visiting relatives /It usuaISunayvisit here last Sunday. SEA ISLANDSOSNOWSKI 1

) from Starke preached on the street patriotic service' and a ting drill I I will St. Petersburg. N. II. Stokes of this (place and O.

in Lawtey last Saturday. 1/1 one of the interesting features of Rev. S. S. I'roctor, of Lake Butler, !L. :Mizell and W. T. Reeves, of Worth
:\Ir.uu"i Mrs. Arnold, Crews and children ington made
the program.' The entire evening service Tilled his regular appointment her a trip to Brook.
: (Jf Jacksonville, were visiting I hour will be given over to the last! Saturday find Sunday.The er and! :vicinity Saturday. ( VARIETY)
,t relatives and friends l in Luwtey last League.:' Patriotic hymns will bo sung entertainment (given by the :Misses Ettie and Cora Spires, of

I Sunday. and the general public is invited to Ladies, Aid at the Freewill ;Midway, attended church here Sunday
,p.. Mr. Marcus Brown ciimo up from' be present. Professor" Blackburn will church last Friday) night was well attended night.On First crop from seed received direct from Islands

I' Cain".vllIl'In": spent HurullYIt the have charge of the services and it is and a neat little sum was real 1 last Sunday :Mrs. II. S. :Miller entertained last Spring prolific ,
homo or his ; very yeilds highest
: parents. possible some outside speakers ized from the boxes sold. the younger set at a birth- quality
:'II i r. K. Claik and t son from Columbia,' I I.t' obtained for certain patriotic addresses Mrs. E. H. Andrew, Jr., !left last Saturday day dinner given\ in honor of her son, lint. Price $4.00 bushel f. o. b. Jacksonville.
county wen visiting relatives in and Albert.
Among those
the calls for. for present were
Charleston where
C. tho
program ,
near. |j wtey Saturday and Sunday.Mr. A will Tommie Crawford, Wilbur Brown Bank draft P. O. order
special sermon is promised for remain with her husband l, E. n.1 money or express money
-' : James' Gill;, of Jacksonville, was Seeber Stokes, Carrie Belle Brown
Sunday morning by, 1 Rev. Alfred Kven: Andrew, Jr., who is in training
I t the guest Sunday of !Mr. and ;Mrs.Howard 1 den, pastor of ( ruiee Methoilist, Episcopal near Charleston. Shu was accompaniod camp- :May Dukes Elsie Stokes and Anna order required with order.

I : C. Pence. church. The subject of the discourse by K.; B. Andrew, Sr. who is experted Belle Peeples. The young peoplegathereul
:Mr. James Sheppard and daughter. at the :Miller residence at
will be "Motives.: The service home this week.
:Miss Clara May, were visitors to 12.-.TO( o'clock and were at once invited JNO. M. BELL
will !be "brief nnd bright ami the gen Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of AgentP.
Sunday.Mr. I'rniliultlil' is cordially invited to spend l Louise, passed through here last :Men into the spacious dining room wherethe ,
: and :Mrs. 'Walter flutter of the hour of worship at this church. day enroute Worthington. I table fairly groaned with the good'

Jacksunxille, were visiting relatives in :Mr. J. l II. Randall, of F.nst Lawtey :, :Mr. I."wiihri'er::; of Camp Johnston things prepared! for the occasion. After O. Box 209 Jacksonville, Fla.
i I Lawtey a day or two lust week.Miss I dinner was over with the afternoon ,
left : -
on Monday morning for spent Sunday here with his
I : Eva: of C"inl'in-I pa 212 W.
Ityrd, Jacksonville' nnti i, Ohio, where. he has considerable rents. was spent in innocent games. or Forsyth St.

I j frpent' Sunday here at the }home of her, business' interests. I lie hopes. to return I :Messrs.' ' I Hodge( nnd Dow ling were Late in the afternoon the guests de. ,
II parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Ityrd.Mr. I in about month. :'.l rs. 1 Randal business, visitors. to Jacksonville last parted thanking their host for the

., I ,, I II.I Lnrraine W. :Miller. returned, to hiMhOIl I iicriinipaiiicd him i its far im .Jackson Saturday.t good. tim", and wishing him many returns _... _r__. _,__._._.
in Ohio
(first "part \ :Mr. Joseph William, of his birthday.

f, I of t the) week, after spending u few ille.Thoie men and. women not attending his sisters Misses, Edythe nccompanieiby and Ida, Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Lake .

weeks IIH the guest of his Kister, :Miss \ any :Sunday; school are invited to and ;Miss I Kate I Roberts, Worthing[. Butler, attended church here Saturday;

AnnieVnl/. I be present lit the nible, Class in (;rlll'l' ton attended, the entertainment here night and Sunday, and while here visited -
:Mr. J. 10.: Wilson) was tl'lInR.tinr :Methodist Episcopal church Sunda, last Friday night. :Mrs. :Mott's parents, Mr. and :Mrs.
)business in Jacksonville ; SELECT PEANUT
I,,. : . Ernet.1: Wells Monday.Mr. visitor morning at U10.:! ( The pastor, Rev MissIararct: ,; :Shrivcr:; of Columbii Roland Thomas. SEED
was a to Alfred Kvenden, will be the teacher of College, spent Sunday und Monday "Dad" Graham of Columbia coun-
r Sunday.Mr. I the ('tuisS.A here with her parents.Mr. ty attended, church here Sunday night.
: M. Davis came up from Sum.I J. L. Brown in Lake
county teachers institute will be : Jlobson Cauthern and brother was Butler on 1
: I hero.nor and! spent Sunday at his homo 101'1,1It the school house in Lawtey tomorrow of Alnchua attended, the entertainment -, business. Monday.C. We have/ about 500 bushels/ / of
: II. Harrison
1 Worthington
( Saturday) Quite a number ht'rr'ritlllY night.,;
: A.
" Mr. M. Blanchard went to An of visiting teachers and professor, Mrs. Ona Urowtning, of Raiford i Is Springs,; attended church here Sunday

4 thony lust week and bought a line /are expected from out of town and a spending this week with her sister night. select Peanut Seed. We
!,, 't .. horse. basket lunch will be served on the :Mrs. T. C. Hazen. II. !S. Miller, our merchant-farmer are offeringfor
:Mrs. n.! W. Carter and children are grounds, provided by the public-spirit} Mr. Fred Hazen made a business has planted a good many Iribh ..ota.

visiting/ relatives in Campville this Ott| ladies of Lawtey. trip to Raiforl,' Thursday afternoon. toes for market. the next 20 days
week.llarolil. at $2 bushel
-- Messrs. Lewis Shriver, tj. II. Col: P.rady and I.eroy Mizell of Worth- per ,
5] I ( Thomas down from
came and ington. attended church here Sunday
son 1'1.: Barefoot main)!
a quicktrip
Nassau i...u"IyIn.1 spent Saturday THERESSA.Rev. to Lake Butler last :Mr. and, :Mrs.. W. O. Brooks, of 0 b. Ocala/ cash with
morn I j. order.
nnd l_Sunday at the home of his parents..uiss inl!', Providence: attended church here Sun- I ,
r r"lorence ('1'l'WII1:is, visiting' G. A. Prevatt, Middlcburg: (1a3..
Mrs. J. Crl'w1'Inti :Mrs. K.:
'I Hazen
1Jr rvhitieNifllaWiVy Sunday.Mr. filled his regular appointment at the were in Jacksonville _ _ _

:4. : . Hurt, from Georgia; has opened Baptist church here Saturday and :Mrs.. Huzen going for last medical* Thursday treat, LONG BRIDGE.
general repair KNIGHT &
up a shop. Sunday.Mrs. ment. LANG
? The body of a man which was found, : S. 1). and) little
Wpodard son, Mr. R. W. Surroncy of Graham, Miss Lillian :Mockery, who has been
in the St. Johns river Jacksonville
to' at Samuel, were visitors to Graham Fri was a I'I..asnnt'isitor here last Sun- teaching nt :Maxville for the past six
and buried I by an undertaker. on Feb. 7, Ocala Fla.
day. months.illit"'d her sister :
t\\ has been identified, that of J. :Miller day.Mrs.. Alice Jones of :Miami is visiting Mrs. I.. Colson and, children of PonIIa'olll. :Mackery last week. She, Miss left Amy for ,
. I Mavis) v ho loft Lawtey Jan. 17 and -
: relatives
j and friends here. ,
Springdale :
was visiting.: relatives here Monday to visit relatives.
. was last seen by an acquaintance the I I :Mr. C. I P. Gunn and :Miss :Margaret last week returned to her home Satur Mr. Lacy (Cuson of Raiford, attended .
r"lIowiu.1:1)! : about (6 i o'clock p. m.When I Iu neigh county demonstration agents'; meeting Mr.
prayer nt W. T. Turn.
f Mr. liuvis left Lawtey he hail: were business visitors here Thursday.Mr. day.The :Misses :McDavid of er's Sunday, p. m. u
about' :$!I1i""O(!<> and when found in the
; Watson Lee, of Miami, is visiting Pond, were shopping here lust Friday :Messr HI'Cro j river a dollar and few cents were relatives here. demons
afternoon.Mr. .
... found in his pockets. Foul play is :Mr. and :Mrs.' .1. :M. Green, and children Henry Brown, our efllcient telephone meeting ;\Brooker h'V.. T. Turner's attendedprayer ,, HAND LAUNDRY
suspected the cause of his (death of I
Hampton. attended churcr man, mnde a business trip to Sunday afternoon.We .
, although no marks were found on they )here Sunday.Messrs. I
Worthington last Saturday afternoon. regret very much to note that
body which would indicate the (cause : S. H. Woodard and J.Y.. Mr. L. A. Brown is suffering from Mr. W. T. Turner is seriously ill ut
on account of the condition of the Batten were visitors to Starke Satur. this
, nn attack of chills and fever. writing. We hope for him
when found which ilecomposed. To The
body was badly > day.A. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. o.tern recoverey. Public:
Every effort will be made composed, of Rev. nnd :Mrs. I
party The
I Saturday and Sunday with their pinder shelling at the home of
4. to unravel the mystery. The body, wits I.. W. Kickliter and :Misses Barbara Mr. L. 1'. Osteen, of Pukes. son, :Air. and :Mrs. Obey Moody Saturday As I have sufficiently regained

.,. shipped t to i I.nwtey Monday\ night,; Moore nn.1Iaria: Thomas of Stnrke, Mr. Ci. H. Column, ;Mrs. Shriver and night,; was A most enjoyable affair. ,my health,

' and buried,at <\'lIIlth''ilt.1 Tuesday' in the Dyal) 1 cemetery motored over and attended church here laughter, Marguerite, and Miss Laura Quite a crowd l from RaiforJ and I shall reopen my laundry for work on 25th of

I :\1 Ir. Carl :Macclenney' of Macclenney, Sunday.Mr.: and. Mrs. J. P. Summers and :Monday Lewis motored Lake Ilutler last Sampson a very City nice attended.time. They all report February, 1918. I appreciate your former patronage

I i.i upending a few days in Lawtey this) I ('hiltlr"nIf Hampton attended church I )
i. week.Mr.. here Sunday. Little Roy \Forsyth U convalescing Don't forget church services at Long: and solicit your work. The same careful
from Bridge
a ease of roseola. next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Stiirke. :L. H. Hill. was" a visitor to One f''l'ninJI"t! week Mr. I n.V.. Mr. Michael Andre\y i is home on a To the people of Bradford county : attention will be given to all work.Respectfully .
Monday.Mr. :Moore was on his to the station The
way furlough'iHitinJr relatives and friends. citizens of this county are invited
James Starling was transacting I and when near there a car came along Mr. C. Clemons. of Live Oak is to attend the meeting at the Long

business in Starke Tuesday.Icssrs. with three or four men in it. A fence spending' this week with his Bridge school house next ,
I :\ :M. I II. and I alton (Carter of being on one side of the road) causedMr. parents, Friday
, ;Vr. and Mrs. J. E.: demons. night at 7 o'clock, for the of
Wateroak. were visitors to I.awtey on : :Moore' not to give all the road to :Mr. Guy Pinholster made a business organising a Home Guard' for purpose the de-
Tuesday. them, nnd the whecU on one side of ,trip fense and! CHARLIE

"I...,!Ut_._e%...:.W...:.;..}.;...n..(Overstreet.-. .: L.. filled 4I..II I, .his. .regS '... .rL..u the buggy L.'; .were. .. in.. the .rut. of the road.i .. I Saturday afertlnnn. Stlltp.. communitv of nml ur nation'1..\.."-. TOM I
. "" 'H "n' ',. . ,
'''''' 11\11\ 1\/11' ney itt ri. '1" .uiwre s nuggy vtnet'i, Remember services nt the Freewill 5ov. 'atts ila"b"neli"to;(
I tIt church last Sunday.Kev. causing,; him to be thrown on the fencetint baptist church Saturday and Sunday > deliver a speech in regard to
1 Ware. same I.IIn.1 I.
Springs, sustain n few slight hl'ui"pshile| and also nights\ by the pastor, Rev. W. hut it is not yet known whether he i
has been called
.I. I as pastor of. the I Law his horse ran ant cnused his buggy (-'. Wattles of Gainesville.; Every.holly can attend or not Nevertheless, e'l'rybodl -
toy llaptjst church to till ,
theicnii'y to be
torn hlldly.1: r. Moore .
; up.ry cordially invited to attend these come and bring,; some one with
caused$ by resignation KeV.. was almost/ unconscious n few min services.Mr. )ou. This is Combine
not private but is
I. pub- and
Overstreet.Mrs. Profit
"I IIh' However the car "toppl',1lncl C. Andrew and tic, so come. Your attendance By Attending
family at-
: .1. I Howe of Kingsley, who )lin< the driver may
compromised 1 with :Mr.
cmlcd services, : mean
nt Miller 'omethJnI-
I< liren the irxiest of her daughter, :Mr. :Mnore and drove on. Mrs. 1' M. Barefoot and last! daughter Sunday. Come! important to you. The State Fair at Jacksonville And
A. A. Smith for a few days loft Saturday
Mr.; Morgan Lee and Misses Grace: lnez were in Alachua Saturday. -- --
for liuincavillo where she will I 111111"1': Eat y and Lillie Lee, of Lakeside :Mr.
L. A if
Wynn ( Starke HAMPTON.
Shopping At
was a
upend some time.Moss .
I I church here. Sunday.: nisiness visitor here Friday.Dr. Furchgott'sYou 'i
\K.: K.: -
Hurney, John Roberts :Mr. J. L. Strickland, of Highland .
\v. II. Etwaris and II.V.. ISurney wa visitor here Sun"a)'. all here J. Hish.mude\ a professional I'rof. C. t'. Hohns left :Monday for
verA visitors to .Tarkonvillo Monday. :Mr. Sunday afternoon. his home in West Florida, after a most can entire
Klizn Coleman of Starke pay your
i I Mr. I Henry I Hudson' a prominent cit- i in our burg! Sunday. was The infant of :\1 r. and Mrs.I L. :Morgan successful term as principal of the expenses and more, too, if
r izen of the ) was real sick a few days of last ligh School here. you plan to buy
Clay section, was :Mr. I n. W. :Moore Wild attending to veek but your Spring and Summer
is somewhat
improved J. II. : Apparel
at Mutt
transacting business who
in wns
Tues business formerly
Lawtey in Starke conected Men Women
.. writing.Mr. the and Children
day. Mr with union depot force ) at
J. W. Il.itton left Sunday morning J. : has Furchgott's during
, ;. Mr. R. R. Thede wes transacting for (Lnrkins. last Morgan spent Thursday of ccepted n position at Summerfield Fair-Time.
week with
; relatives
business near Starke. as operator.
first Messrs.
I of the week. part porter GufTord and son, Joe :Mr. II. P. Gain<,y, who stuck a nail Miss Fanny
t Arthur Bennett Harvey cf Screven.
and :M. :M. Urinsen re in his fia.; Whether not
:Mr. S. M. Swain, of Green Cove turned! home Saturday, nfternon from 'd foot last week, U much irnprov- is the guest of her cousin, Miss Min- or you desire to buy, .toy here on
nt this your way
Springs, is spending several writing. ale Harvey. to the Fair Ground We
days an their hunting and tUhing will
"., the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. Charles I George's Lake. They hnd! plenty trip of nt Sunday Mr. Ed here Ganey, of La Crosse, spent ,I :Mrs. Iluldnh, Thomas has soll, her and deliver to the trains carefully check oackage.
with farm or to
Dinkins. fish while out there und I west of town to :Mr. Stansherry. our exhibition in the
I :Mr. and :Mrs. drew Lowery. of buck' home with them. brought some Miss' Lilly Crosby spent Saturday and is at present occupying one of the Industrial Arts Building thus relieving pce!
Jacksonville, are visiting relatives in Mr. Mat ant Sunday here with her parents. I :McGruder: cottages. out-of-town patron
and :Misses : and of all of
Mary Mr. care
Harley Hnzen visited, Worthington J. Vcrm.n packages until
this at they
Lawtey week.Miss Florence Hall and Jones wa a business are read
Daisy Moore I to leave for
I : Clara llennett is upending this I visitor I to Starke were last Sunday: afternoon. itor to ..racksom'illeIonday.: home. Our rest room and telephones
week with friends, in Jacksonville. :Mr.. Will Jones, who has: been work :Mr. Albert I'inholater. of Relmore, :Mr. and, :Mrs. Jesse Brunnen are the vice No too, are at your sera
,, Mr. J. K.; Sessions nnd, daughter., ing at carpenter work over in .\lnchuAI Ilf visiting his father l I. W. Pinholster, proud' >nts of a fine girl, born Sat- We are the STORE ACCOMMODATING

Miss Roberta. of :Macclenney, were county for the past two weeks is Sr.A. urday morning.. as well as FLORIDA'S MAIL ORDER
I at .
last of A. Hazen nnj family spent last Mrs. :Middleton, HOUSE.FURCHGOTT'S.
guests week :Mr. ant :Mrs. home for a few days. entertained; her' Sun.
Charles I'inkins.' Mr. T. B. TreUt' !Sunday at thp home of Mr. W. Kelly. day si' class Friday
wns a business visitor evening with
:Mr. II. fl. (Carter of :Maxvilte, wain to Stark Saturday. ear :New River.Prof. a Valentino party. The

visitor to justev Saturday. Mr. ant :Mr.. Robert Batten and Steve Lewis had the misfor. made up entirely of Juniors party and was was Vl

L Mr. Drew n.'dll1th. of \\'ntrronk.wall children, of Lakeside, attended church tune to break his arm one day last a most enjoyable ntfair.

(1 transacting business in awtey here Inst Sunday. week! while trying to crank his car. B. S. :McCain, of Jasper, spent Sun BAY AND
Bradford Lodge I. O.
O. F. No. 45 day here the guest of friends. -


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