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: March 1, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04644
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Established 1379. Subscription-IVr Year. $l.O: ; Months: 75 LVnts. Tayahlo in Advance. E. S. :Matthews.: Kditor and
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STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 1. 1918. NUMBER 35.



MOIIIKii'S) :MFKTIMVK1J.N : ; i :NOTKS( : TKO.M): I.AKI-: HITI.KK MI{ $. UAM: : \ Lt. CIIAIUMAN- :" TVN 1
\ ; : EOII\::; AFTKK.NOOX.Wednesday : :" IOH( \I If. .1IUN: I M orls I ; I--UOM I 1 HIILUKON.N 1 : : : :.MKs. liooiirs i.Kcniu:

I Lake Butler Feb. :27.-We are haying IN: U. :S.; S. lIUVIrs. .: ItO Mil :MKKTS.]I --_ LAST I l 11111 \ KVKMMJ: ::

afternoon nt three-thirty, good services at old Bradford l I Ileilbronn.I l"ch..17 -Sirs.. (). \V. It.Carter I
4' at the Baptist church the locul Worn. : every second Saturday and Sunday. \ W.' u S. Jennings state chairman, A ml"II I 01'I the t tax t as.-.es-nrs and is very sick ill tins writing.We On last t Friday. evening Starke hml,

Ull's ( hristinn, Temperance. Union held j Everybody invited.LOIR l. I of the Woman'War a Savings: i Committee otli'-r' ceiinl.v,( olliciiils' f"1 .'t nre glad to iiil!t' t that .'il i.s. KossleKeddish. the privilege of listening Mr...

an interesting ;Mothers': :\Ic.ting.11'11.: ; the little daughter of Prof. and I has appointed! Mrs.I J. I P. Randall: liruta I(oral. Citrus, l. I Levy, :\''tl a ran 111111.ull vvho has had I a severe attack I t i Maud llallingtoii Ihutith.. Ih,' "'adu'i't'iiteI(.
T. L. Z. Burr, I .. of I.awt!vy. as chairman of Bradford :Stivv.inni'icoiintii: held, of .,, Lit' tlie several lectmvr reformer
superintendent of moth :\11- S. A. 1 Draper who has been quite I was in (inincs.ville rlwlul"\' past and prison' ( o,I' Americn. -
ers' meetings and also manager of the sick! is improving., Besides her physician county.I :Mrs.. Randall: I I will i I I appoint i her Tu.-day.. MC.SIN." |I. Wain- WI''', hI' t. be nut ag.un.Mr. a! TIl First i ;Methodist: t church was
Loyal Temperance Legion committee! of patriotic v,'uut'n to assist a ti\ ns-.es.-or' nnd '\t. crowded with midicncc
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presided she ha< had! the careful attention wllhl. Woeks, I lab.I( Moore t made I pleasant a large to hear
,, over the meeting, find the following of :Miss Lillian Clements, one of ..hu'csonville's I the government in educating: the people ", "'lt. were pruM-nt from, t trip lileu; St I Marys and other I < t this gifted, I "speaker and writer. who i i.scalled
of Bradford in parts
program wns rendered. best trained nurses. We I 1 habits I of thrift and l Hradforil, I county.t Tluiainesville( i i I Sun of I Baker" county last week itt ii ri iii g tho "Little 1lll'r"of the

CJlory Sung.Scripture certainly hope that this bright ''it tIe I lout of these savings to purchase warsavings \Veiliu-sdny carrieil the following Sunday.Mr. American prisoner..Mrs. .

Reading-"II a. n n n h' 8 girl will soon be restored to health. stamps. account nf t tho meeting: J. H. atid ;Mr.: Orin .. Booth the foamier and leader ,
The Times the WiiinwriK'lit
Prayer. :Mr. Tnmpn Daily carried Mr. Patterson, in to of a lino of homes known \
P. A. Barker nnd children, loft re- Reddish iniide as "llopo ,
V !t'IIIIIIK-"Come and. See Our Baby", Tuesday for Jacksonville to attend the following in regard!\ to this necessary miest to iiililrens t the 1''I"n..i'. took 1 up a, flying I trip the.to Jacksonville I 111.I I I which \jl n honie-I ike i institution .1. I
;Mrs.: work: the t of Sunday returning same
ijiu-Ktion
-- llarr. taxation released
state fair. and > prisoners. The Florida
Instrumental iluct-;Misses: Florence I ;Mr.: Sam Singer left for Jackson "In no other campaign which the it from every mingle, showing ci the l"lss'd ne- day.Mr.! Grnvrr MOD re two little Hope I I 111 is the most recent home of ,

M.itthu\vn und Clco ;Mitchell.: villc last Tuesday to attend to business government hns inaugurated to nwet cessity of uniformity of valuations as sons of I-'ort Int t t this to a be cpencil by the cele
.
Myers
H..nding-"One for the needs of the war has the coopertitian between the several) 11' visiting rinlives !\ brated reformer. _
Standard Both"Mr and to take in the fair. counties in order hero week. It Is located in our
-;: :*. W. K.: Davis. :Miss ;Mollie: Thomas has accepted! a of the women )been so essential that all ni.-iy pity tkeir, just proportion Ihil county t near I lliiinpton I and constitute I t t

Vocal( duet-"Tho Bird with n position with the I.. A. Uuncnn Co. and helpful us in this points out of state Inx--no more no less. Then1 was n pound J1.ty nt the (11.1. lures of liuijL.nn which several.

Broken" I'inion"-\lisses: Frances and I She\; wns at one time with the, A. L. ,I State l Director Griggs, for saving and This Iluf""mity1"u also Inc. "awn to hi'I homo of Mr. ami Mrs ;Monday: nice I Ilil"'I'i I a finvo beon erected. After

Willie; May.,, Driggers Co., of thi I.pu( ,'" She is remembered t thrift, I like charity begins at home. I nccessnrv i if I immigration i was be night, nnd there were, many )11'I's'nl. I '. 111 her work, I in tho prison
I 1'apei"Mow: \ to< hold Influence over as being n very courteousyoung I The housewife learns to cut down on (."ncnurnnd., Sir.I I 1111"1 is tbor. all I of whom st.t'mite"I I In .enjoy I hi.. oc world 111 explaining t hut conditionnnd

.INI- I tiirl-; ; Mrs I , M. M. Fryer. I I saleslady and gained i a few more nonessentials! the child! onglily familiar: \Ih, is subject, casion.Mrs.. object) of Hope, Ifailltrs..
11",11
Vi.iil"A: :Necklace of Love" friends here.Mrs. 1111\1\1 i in the home i is inspired to i increase his and' i is i i. snfc to s, that n s .essors, Maud I Waimvright I i and I little t I Booth, t took I for thin Brad

:MA.. /. Adkins. ,I. P. Harden of Grcrn ('ove or her cumin I IT power and, nickelsland i wl, wili l, in harmony" ),with I tho leaires dniiirhter I ,\/lt", were viMting I 0 i in the ford 1 ( 'unity( insi ,itul inn.OMMI'MI'y ,.
( .1'" "\\ Htt con we> do to interest Springs few this week I ,I dime1 i I that formerly' went for cl the" niniistion., I KiMtiir t Feclii'ii I last t So naiat y. V. -V. .

"' " "t t:,. "rM J) ,ore in their children" with her Sil spent>tl'l'Ii":a :Mollie days Thomas. i things that could I better be diverted I ( As an dlu''It01 I of )piist, t i in Miinli-| i Mr.I I.I K. Hlllh'I''OI I mid wife tutu lo < I VAT I IN OPKIlATin.V: '

.M II I-'. A. Scott.r :Mr. II. ,I. Andrews. representing the to supply nnd I service to th) (' government ties MI- IlIltl'r"n iiu-ted| 1'1 the I Ii ion <';:l I''nl I I at I the W. l'. demons NKMt: lll\l IvVftl.DUK'S: FA KMOn .j'

I 1',1" -"Mow to llnvo nn Influence Superior 'fuilOl inlot i ('0., "Old Reliable",) be cliiniTiiilL-l entirely or reduced records( "f "ieurlieshow' IW the lioMH1 Irtl'I"ol of ( |has. w"'k.I.H" ---- .

11\ ' n- Iy.-Mr9.: J. W. White. of Cincinnati i t Ohio) was doing' n good to a minimum."In average I Ild a valuation-I Thoy were : :\ A. J. Cowart and li.; C. ) Thursday of hi.sl wei-l 1> I the corn ",' V

1'Ij" i "Why\ take care of ourI.o business here this week taking orders.' a s!>t't! delivered, nt Jnckson- A ( I.I. $2.7t per" air*. :Ali.tl \veri> among! those of (thin sec.tlon niunily ul ilippinjr: vat 1"11""m' I the h"I' of "

I. VV"hi.nl: :\II'.J.i C. Poppell.lir. "Ri'inie" is not only a line looking yule on the occasion of the war snvingH Hrndf.u, I, $ 1.:11 I per ai-re. wh.1'(" in (laO mule-trading (County ('olll> jul'r .1. J./ flf'k.t

':" -.hist her little Uoy"- '11111I. but is a polite; courteous i conference in December :M. W.Ilnrrison. Citrus.i I s")7() |>er, n(',','. lu.il"I 1 Satuivlny.Mrs. nelder. I in t Ih.,1"1'1 Plr of I

M I'F.-- . 1 I''1. \Viinvriirht.I' mnrv. slll"/I ,....... L, 'h. _"secretary_.." ... __ ...of..., the "savingsI'UIIK .. Levy '.:m) "per /'l'. . JA.. Wiiinvvriirhl. nen Miss !u'c."IU."t.' )'. .wns I put. iltl "Pl'l'litinl
Tin' Lord's Prayer rl':>etl',1, in toncert. :Mv.V.. K. Londholtz and family )I "ruiril -*>i mi'iiiifi'iffin' anK"r r<" Suwiinri.i u ', $:2.1! | l"''' acre." | .-'dat it' I Hrowl.t i.s 1J'ldlnl I a (his a week I 1'11" 'nrsi nine. "nere ia'uuug somctllillir -
hllIllovf',1 to the cottage on West [ ashocinlion, made, t the statement that This} sliowH Bradford" '|'I t tile JI..1! of frieiuls, ,.. ( like 1tl, head" of entile in th,'
I us i the
-. _ Main street'' opposite the Methodist. I TO per cent of the savings' accounts itt highest \.iliiation I I having(lie lowest I 'I 11'". Mir.v I : ( I I I Ann ) Kaulersnn, iiiiniediiite iicighborhond th<' need of 1
WILLIAM: :?.l. :iCAUBOIMiffillWilli.iin ( ) American, I banks were held I by women the ulc I"\Y i is 11,11 vat ,'nn, be readily seen. Many nf the
variation I ,
parsonage) nnd Hpendiiiir I I ,
I M. :Scarborough;. n well Mr.;: W. R. Williams. and wife lire j j1 demonstrating conclusively that the All I! regntted. .t I I limit 1 manifestly unfair., near Culler in I Halter ys county.wil I r"uliv.I i I'linncr-i "I I this' .section 1 have been in

known einplnye of the Seaboard"; AirLine now light housekeeping over theV.. women"of the country lire the real nlt tinineeting.county. Wil !11'hl'' M. JobniiPnrinenter I ; and favor nf dipping I ,for the t enidu-ation' of
' railv.ny I , <|ied 'suddenly lit his res- "livers. It 1'JI"'ntl'cJ ft. cattle I t tick for to
K.: Londholtparlors.. Willie, "not I Ilf' of stale to I ) ) pent last Sunday nt tl "oll.tn" 1/1,1
dence. l i'-:!'! 1'nlm tl ( heir I cattle I , ,
street Sunday; morning place1 to
is i forced
weary, holding down the first chair I'll"Im DKLIVKRING) ; ; : ( 11 valuations year on Snpp.Kir. lil'I(
I lit 4 o'clock. The body will he in the barber lifty rent basis 1 drive their cattle t distiim-en. In
forwanlcil, in Stnrke Tuesday' morning, shop. Some time agoUnclu BIAN; :" PF.FD) ns 1111 art it cnn nnd Mrs. N'wl and their order to have lonl tho
!\ be reached' jut t neinblior-!
Sam called him into his service I and I It is sat f, I to that mother, Mrs.I Mary M ., I Vlt II
; for burial, accompanied by his wife and he | the say visiting h"e I I secure their I chemical I
county IIel" f01
heroically responded but alas who
mother, mid n brother and; sister.Jacksonville .- he was rejected, living physically un- II. A. Shaver bits been in the city conic in and RSAl'fsnrs"tote fair" will refuse feel to Sund.iy with relatives last.Mr. .. tutu I friends ut: nl"inl t enmity free of ,cost I tho ', a> Vt
during the week bean i I thi.s
Times-Union. delivering seed sect
tll I their tin saul
aide. he has honorable discharge weight nf (lie 1..1 gave
nn ,
The )Inuly. ) was laid to rest in Crosby lie can do good work with the razor, to the growers who signed( up to grow .- .Io'rnm" h.political_ Willie I I I Reddish, made 1 trip to. to I the piu-chiise"' of inalerinls and money to 'J'I 'i,

'"..nk- ,cinutcry i ( " Tuesday afternoon if he!! can't with the gun. bi-iins for the use of the canning' factory : ) : mI: (, : : : I, I Lawley, I the bitter t t purl of last V4'i'c.) I the I Illil.hnl of a Inl..rll1t .

'Id i i I.d! i r I PeWitt), C. Jones huvinA'II' Mr. F. M. Howling) is erecting II fine during the coming season. lie has HIGSTlf.\\TI : J\\\I"IW Mr." John FofKyth t was t t i A 11'1, "rtlse,1,I oCCol.
.111..1", Iii. cmi file\ iont under contract business in t Ih,' '1'UIS/I.tiIJ W. 1"
( > funeral arrangements.l'i residence his growers to I.rtml county site 1' I I'', ,
I .. tli\" on property purchasedsome 1 HO acres' of the beans and lie 'll. Bimrd bus, been tansy iuh and ;Mrs.\h fedi nil t \I'.kM. 1.V. larl'lsnl
i i i < : (" in this county arc time of the As prow Ih .1\ t. I Drew lieddish and his 'Wlnt.t I.. Wytm, !
just east -t
ugo city. ; thin week ill, the. Htll
J ( < 'ii./ . 1 ItmnKer:, : !Buh l Pone, Sturke; soon as the house lompleti'd,I lie i is expecting' t a line crop. Farmersplanting \ (I flu- t liliya.ii'iiluuuuuituaj.ai mother tit't" ti't'at, li,> our" Ill* Monday 'it"r"II. ;and n Telegraph reportu'd arrived V
M ''I J I I i "ne., of (Ciaini'Hville.; ( exlll.fl4 !I !: i m i in' !thin I !; way are giinrnnteod I aoiiiiKi'l cr.. ." ...rej-i, fnints :,,1,1, i I jell i business..Mi : at I vat IIh"t.t"n o'clockrnnriiay.
._ 1(1 "h'u fill, ftlll tlllK* fljIllf.fV a. ,11.i./.ii-. .. I''" ". .. .. I I............ .......i.t.. I Ie !: hI _ "
--- Marion who; i is fnmmis' fiddler ;nnd;; nir nii'ir |Mi' 'niin* unit uri-' ritain 1' ill I ,1st t k'sTh" 'n. n' ."" I.'.. I i.iicy, I ;"t.t't'ti ntui Herisler. ' .iq. a iinrrisnii ami \
; vvei 1..
.-,r \ 1:1I.: !I.: BOYS IN FKAXCE:" of t the a i ti> get\ n RooJ\ price. !Many farm.; : i' -I" of I tl" Telegraphe I :i\li-i i t .. .Maudvcre i I .. a | i here Toesday. I \\1, iininedialely lakiiur cluii'ge and
follows I ,
one IIIO"t t jovial nai'n of |tho" .h"II'11
evermet. :
Mi-, I" h (K; this you have accepted for sier- \l
i \\Ion..f city ers become disioiiraued and 'Iuit I ,u I i of" I the t '
| vice II. Upon ,
i is t have nl tlal'/Chil
certain I i-ntei-tain) t I his friends.lie no) Vlt
i I. ,I'V. of ji letter f.omVill, growing produce for, 1"1 h'a"d ami will I Messrs. '
'I'I .shipment (
I is. "Arkansas Traveller." on account not I I". (h'I. Carmichael and Kllery: oiiipU-linii '''''' ,
an for, II'' til
!Sfui.-l.' 1'. the thut of / kl"\\1 ""veral" days yet 1. butcarry '
bringing news not knowing what I willget and : '
Miss; Maxim1, Willis left for her / they I the Tel'-o-iapli Snpp' Misses Susie .' 111:1 i-sjsinnce i ff I number, of thos"'
will I PI''
he :alld I I I ll;, M-irc" Andeison are now for their labor I lie Ilrow.1IlIst Iw list: inlie. Carter, ( nl'/ .
; ilmlys I Hicks, lit t hey liei'nn I the dipping ol' the catlie.
..' home in Lloyd. Fin., last Saturday.She full t tin- next i iSupt. is nldl pl.-ii-c'. \
<' Iii'' vvhi I i in France." He writes in has been living with her grandmother take what the commission man: I pays, t.: /. I" I 111,1: McHsr .1. I I')I. I'eele( H'lwlli. arid I VViHiin four hours lime I 115 l head 0
the flI' .. !Mrs." :Sarah; Adluns, and nt- S. I Dovvlint' i ,* his ."i"I't 1".1.1 ), 111.
,- I line ; that his squadron( i is alit commission man in. the only one who fl'ul y. nre 'n. l math I Siiinlay md (II" first, taken toward rid-,
j tending the Lake Butler Normal and!! WFCI| I this week In 1 steji
and line,. bunch, of follows ready for High School. makes anything out of the, donl. With, pational t I I I011 the '1"'I. aft'''m'tlautaii to the newly nlll,1.1, lini ( his 'part of the of that
/ cards
the, \\.iiU I i in hand and that they have I Kev. II.! Blake returned II canning factory at hand the grower ton. The . (filed in i Washing I vat "located I I near I by in .lil'Iin/I .ilestruclive, fut--.t -the county, .. Among

line dllici'iwho, I look well after the '1 from Sampson. City after! condiu'tinft'Monday!' can turn to it the moment tho shipping 1 enable tho1'nv'rnmpnt)lrlll4'' of these cardH I to M,'. fi.; W. Wiiinwiight.Prof. .t1l' 1111.111'.I t tluiMC wh. dipped I portion of their

intei estof. their men. u weeks' meeting ut the Christian I of his product censes to be "re- men to for to know, what I L. A. I lit vis allended I I churchat lii't'"hi wen1, al uis na..I. I 1I''kw'el a her, V
It,11, be, recalled l that when the I'I : munorative.Farmers .111 nnv brunch' of service,
church. Therre was a good foundation 1 the vim rt lifted i liising Sunday.Mr. 'v. 'v. ;Moore\ P..I.. Iverce. ..1.V.. '
TUM'allill11' torpedoed and sunkHomo laid for the healthy spiritual growth who have signed up with I being i, i in which flrl'om t lie eachquestionnaire Allie i I." I'eele, who "nxpecls to I"I. I I.V.. Willinm.s. ( ;ioninn l'clll, ti

t tune ;>jo it was feared that I of the church at this place. A great Ma I '. Slmver to grow these beans an1asked staled t what nt't'iupat/ inn he registrant .join I the ,'nl..s "..I. was I in our midst S. Ci. I Henry Willm. N.' I l-J.: '

8tJ' 1I1f..llow and Anderson were deal of interest was manifested 11I I II I to cull as noon as possible for proficient in., If (hi-government wits most Monday evening of this t week. I'eiirce .1. t}. I Dick.s 1'11 U'eekn.
iinn'iiL' her, passengers.. It developedlater meeting. their supply. Hi>un seed ore scarce ( IC'IMI Mr., I ). ,V. I tti'ddish I and I t Kiifun. 'h.' are convinced that
1'III'nwl
tlmt, they were not aboard, theunfortunate gina! 1\1 r. Shaver i U of the "'hllli"K. .1..trlClnR. ,' ),' "UI.
opinion that spent with reliilivcn in Kai I .' cattle
HeL A. Hawls home Sunday only cull
liner. was Sundayand u further will bu, professional nln, I i a system t will I enable h"flsh 'iJill tlli.
supply hard to so- fttm ,l I they ..
I hope loss
left : of.
\ -.--- again Monday for Hamilton iuif.oration. I them to call only those wanted.DIITINfJ / I "tfl heavy

nn"II'XIO\. . . .: __ _: \. V. .VTMK'MIODIST where he will eniratre in business.Mrs. '.1'1... ,,....ftft'ft... . .,..........._._.. ...m .__.,_ -- --- -- --:_- -V. 111'. and Mrs.' '1'. J Moore vi.il.t (ll stock a! and,I. .t to I''sHful.: In slockratling.
n.
$ p : CIU'ItCH ..1.1.; Ilivers and l baby of )Fort '" the; :" '" ; Y WI" '"'JC''' ;op-; ) ? VA'ISA ".1. of :\1 r. ..1.V.. linker Hu .Many "I, !me came mppun
latter
;Meade: are visiting relatives in Luke will 1 begin tho pait of April and We will appreciate any "tny.it" 1 left t this, ,day were a, weak from loss of
Butler.Mrs.. canning of strawberries in N'o. I the, : blood I through' I lie l-nvages of Hie, I lick
Nes-t" :Sunday i is our regular comrnunioii us soon as the prices community: cil'lintr' vat has I been 111iIox r.111 Klm..r our
;: W. II. Smith of ; I drop sullieiently I :\1! I Hint I they hud to be pulled" out of tho
tin \- at t Methodist;: churchin daughter Mr.: for the factory ) ( cornpletI'd' on Ih place east 1"\1' aitat a, r. James, not later
to bundle
tin-" ,'itv. (;iood, music and an J. ;M.: IJivers: formerly of Lake Butler, provIn selling the t them at II of Stnrke. I I Ihln Tuesday. ; afternoon, of ourh week. \11. riot having. I I the ytrenglh to climb i

,' earnest ,go-pel; sermon await nil who is the guest of. relatives here.Mr. canning factory the berries to the Vats for Ci.V.. Wninwright and 'I I r. .1:1"1 I Ila7"I. of Jacksonville! OiTh.. way cattle 'begin to fatten

attend. A. "r hal invitation i is i extended l. : Joe howling, of New River was have to Ill) to the growers do not frrll Bros have been completed) made, 1 I business I I trip/ lucre Tuesday, on the same iiinounl at,f feed I after I they
's tn the public. In the nftornon the u business: visitor to Lake Butler Mon in shipping berrins expense for the they incur and put i in npcrntinri., and while here 1,0uKlt Huvrnl. cases have I 1"/ rid nf, I the jun' rash Los U simp
day. market. J. M. of f> Iv wnndt-rfiil and I tbese progressivo
pastor preaches at the residence of The 1'11m of Alvarez him the material ggs.Mr.
a
Airs. ..1.V.. Vaughn, of Citra is vhi. I CUJIH. ,packing I and Inuitrbt for farmers are raking I the right step at
V Mr. O. A. Thrower two miles north of fruiting ar. item.i which thigrower t the building i of u vat on bis Jack: Smith, of Davis school
I the
r towp. Everybody invited to worship iting her daughter, Mrs C. C. Wil d'M-s not hfiMto take, into nei ount flll west of town.. section t an able violinist i I, having i spent Messrs.right I in. i,
I liams.Mrs.. in I If unison,
with us. Preaching at night in the ------- ---- several, with banil,' 11.1Vynn nre ta mm.
selling to the u viotcd the.
1 Innners.IVOTERS
church nt Starke. Lot's make the ;: II. R. Adkins spent a few day- ( .\\11: rnti: (;UI: ( 'o.v-:" I Lewis, Knulcrson y'url; homo Tuesday even_ tiring their clioits to eradiealo tbn
in Gainesville; last week visiting her I I tick i in I Bradford t ,I I (county and tbelr ef
right service the best of the whole 'III1': TO icii.i: ii': ITNH Ing and I rendered ate iii' fini' music tot
lay. T. L. 7.. I1AKK, !I'nstor. son, Mr. J. C. Adkins, who has recently MUST great delight, I of "Uncle Doc"Wods forts are rued ing n ready response on
had an operation At The I the part of the fit I'fliers. I'lncoiirago-:
-- - performed. last Camp l-'ire < 5irl ., under the direction who il ntill I unable t too as ( ha a'
: 31KS.L; %'.'iRE7.ENTEl.::" reports he was doing nicely. of their gtatr,1mn, Mrs. I !. ;M.\ result nf tin* accident, several I rnent was Kiv"1 I this great wo t( Ioy
.
I. bad
T.INSOLllEIt:" :; BurS ;\11'. and ;Mrs. II. Hammond\ and! .J iii li,4, sal'icit e"(, lust 'keliddren. weeks ngo. I the county cnmnii i minnerH, i in >supplying 1 ,

'. Ron.. of {f'nliimbin. W. COO iirr, v-tutl iniv CITDDADT TlirUUl r",. th,. .i... ... ...,. ..'untlhutint.1. .. -.... .i 1..1.:..._. .. .. .... :.Jftur. _......I-" _. .__ .'n _ .1. fr.i na.i liiip.r.. !' til h"mi'Itur; thc i
;Mr.: and ;Mrs.: .1'. ;M. Padgett nffiiJ;; .. . pr."m' nf I the vati I
'u An interesting" event of last Sunday _, I/ill 111L. The puliiio m ",,'ld,1, ''ui.erI 1"1 hero; last Sunday.: 'hIIKills \ worn
luncheon ;: I .-'I lly for thin l" . fl" the use of tlu different" comiriiinities. -
i was a given Magnolia lyMr. most"rh) <> j t, and :Miss :M.-iggiu
;: F. :M. Rivers left for Jacksonville thi girls of this : 1'lrm'nler spent, Sun Mr.1 I hitch web"Icr bin
Lodge, Lake Kingsley, the summer orgiini/ition ilesin toevpnss I"nl
). home of Mr. and Mrs.! J.1.: t. Alvarez in lust Monday for the state fair DEM.NOMINEESCOMMITTEE their I thanks to till who, contl day;Mr.the J..guest 11.I' dinner nf aI rH.iind Viola) S I \v"nl. reall/ed I t I t the' value I of eradicating I .
4i honor of some of their friends station where he 'is in charge of the Bradord t a ll'llted.a of Vandcrbilt son, Kab-ijrh, I lick Inl. econdcd by Clerk( of tbn

ed .it Camp .Jo;. K.: ohnston. County exhibit. "Uncle Frank"-is. a I I.n i I tie Miss!j % iv;ire' 'e I-'iny.| collected I I here last Friday., nt'nI..1 to business Court ,'V. T. Weeks, Hiicceedeil I in hnv.

. The it ('flifl l being n sequel to theautomobile man who goes heart nnd soul into any .. 1..fl.) and was given n. c. pri' '", by Mr., Irving N'orrmin in i tag an appropriation, made for the
thing he undertakes, anti this is REFUSES TO 'I>i I put I ing tin ell work even t tliniigh no wasmade
I head
.. ( I accident in which the Xashcar oneof its a 'Iiamntb ii. artirln I to his residence.Thnsit' J.rnvl"lol
of Mr. Alvarez turned. turtle on I the instances when the right man I bi" rig much prmed' by, '.ini > Kire gir's.' wbd, in the budget for it.
ENDORSE | the
' the Jacksonville,. road, on its to 'Is in the( right place.I NA T. SUFFRAGETax Olln I rs "deserving linn, c-.ible tneiilion, I I In' t It"nt.1 working Before t the crowd dispersed in tho

('nn'. .. .I..I,nton. way I I :\ J.kB. Crews has lust rl'crivelln 1 fi i Ilinl I ,. Inra.<'ull..tl.m! -. ..-.. Mu..u;, ,!, .. ..... Thursday_ .. __ In.1 ..partook, theinitntM ,, afternoon! lr I . Harrlsnn I I I (exnlained In

'X'partj:; 'of 'young:; lieutenants passing letter from his son Oscar, nt Kl Paso, ;, Commis io.ner.s. Will! "Oc I M;" tl ret I I.nl.:; ..IrsitMHO i\;,;: r MtiK'len,; I nt 1 the piiii home. unn of iMfn-r. and;falll";; MIH:'", IMTVid "ai I the method of ilipping. Inc lire
Texas. vvh he Mir . 1\1' Levy ".f. t h. I lick. the tie I.roreI.i.w
shortly after, the iiccident < re hail! gone for his "'h : ( '" 111 I .' Ire/ John Sweat effort on 11
r hearty assistance to Mr. Alvarez gaveauch health. He has been f-utfering for Placed in Primary. Names 'IT. entire KIIIII r.-ii-ed, w.n,1 '," )1,1 I I'arnienter were, th'1 /lIlili"l of, :Mr. I Henry I I rid I a of' them i and, I afterwards.Mr. .
: and I .. A. I liuvis
nml ;\I I I
time with i I
some 11'.1. i
lung trouble.V> number
and l party, that while the car appeared are ;Messrs. Jno. L. 11..kwc"I. "I"'rlui.,1 I
Offices to
glad to hear that he has Be Filled ju.killl.V. Norman of ( ,present at his
Judge
I" improved in filuzier ileulnrrrl) that he P. \ hospitable
,_ :;': to wi-ciked: <1 it "soon wns put in health.Miss. was n Laton Johns, O.V.. and I i': I i I I'arrointer homo, the
: 'to,. running o nit'r. A correspondence has Soithern t rhhu and wits not one who John. 11.1 in every way: dny wortprolilnbly
l-'ornytli .
it; .''becn k>'pt up between, members of each' ! Maxine Williams, who hug At t til" mei-tillg of the St.-ile [ lilnocnitie \.lt"r to bring the negro back into a' anil lntV., C'. t spent and thoroughly en-
lii'lKinr fr"
V.J.I:'. party "and,I culminated I i in i the pleasant'affair been attending the I High School. he'-e, i Kvi-i-utive: Committee, held in rntiC.! but he ,made I strong apieal ,t.'l'O.ns.I chicken) I/one. left," t t"I" pie joyed.Another.
V I loft for her home JarknnvilbMonday i the to I 1111 / < Ir"unll I be held nt thi .
: , ;. nf :Sunday.Four : Saturday at LI..pl. t term" and f"'rmil the jigri> to vote I tho the dipping wili
of f the . Misses Thelmn Blair and Thctiie lum'litionon, which legal i-li-cfor-i ,,', .. prlmnrii I plates of .IIIhl I L. nnd Mr.T JohiiM, 'lIt nn ;March '!'l-.t.I II I which time it
"P4'" ('P"'JnK( party havealremlv Knight shall' : I be ,f.III"f.d, anil and also from the tilled! dishes I..rt' i is I there will than
"J' ," were thCU..tR of :Mins Jessie' taken as propecminibcM I I'pon" nao ,a.'a of 'Ir. Duvnl of "f"'I"fl lie morn
onc over so proxies after
I Hoberts Saturday and Sundny. ) ".r tb" I Democratic' ( of : it over the dinner was >-''I"'fl.l otto number, iii'i'uuttk.. to be dip-
pirtty counfv. derided 0.,1
invited for I thi-m" that there I :Jl'i.n waN to nsi j
m (
(I. no "t lined' ( down. glass." The day Wl'r"1 Miss I liuby Uobc-rts of. Kaiford, Florida' ; c-lection find"I i ii t i tIed( to vote i in ttirprl- ]I candidate nut more. than oneperii'nt ill''.'t was easily in see nn. wise that t the llooveri/.ed.'II.prepllr I . _ _
the inarv: for the ------V- -
spent week-ond with h..r.. nomination of of
the .
,V pie -nittypent)( and the parents I yenr'.s pay j Airs.
\ : fr.t nttucht'd Km: Molt nnd .
cunjnftiti's, mil
: ulster, Mrs.
of the
Lake Butler. Domocrntie) : i
i 1-1 the i :
in .1,0 *. '
party
4 effivt ,of also di-cidcil that 1J1IIIC':1 11Til.
I air
Kingsley ofc.
soon sharpened the I WIK visited their \\1 I
Mr. Lacy Cnson, of Raiford visited 1't.ItIOi..r'rlri.mnry\ Section to be where .1..1. l.ml. rs. Sariih : I MfJIirA
. for
., "c the appetites' of all, and fis repast i I cnnd.idatr any I the 'Mirli'-r 1111.1' :1.Y
;
om'ei of
held part this
June Iurn'nt"r.
on
Lake Butler -Ithverc series
i was heartily enjoyed., I Friday.; dec bred as run in on! count ly only he | pictures" I Hiblicalcharacters !
"; :Miss I Delnh Beilling who follows, :: V will be given at the Pres-
the
, the Lieutenants is a teacher wifli clerk '"f the circuit court for A I ,
Comprising party were in the Lake Butler school spent the "I. That such !legal elector la a fhaf'rounty. good farm hand wlntnj a job np )byteriim church on :Sunday; nightH. On
Hovvorth, Monthan Ciunn. Burns lily to Mr. I
n | l-'isher ; .
weekend at her home at Pro.Fdonce''. White man. V .J: n. Ilodgei 'lo-l 1 ,tli' Tufht Olllinll.I next Sund.-iy night "Th of
Lf.
coast.Christian-on.Mr. find FUnnigan;Mrs.: J. :M., and Alv.\re Mr. ,Pan-Mr. :Mr. -Then Kdwards, is home a..'ain "2. That such legal' elector shall up. II or the 1-Molution", providing. prrtieraph : I the Wanted American: An t"r to lfl| us Christ" hy the famous' -
,
which
name
after visit of nn participating, in said 1 .that erri'spian.I will be shown the
two three man
n or monthsat primary f'C.tioll. members of the I' and\ Mrf- Graham and "Billy" r.r'ItlIlI.lisses Lake City and Jacksonville. un<]imlifi!.+Hy thereby bind him- be nominated but (rst on 1010miHiioa rail- to I hum (;Ii-rmun name given Then will I I I follow .,siicce.sively each) Sun.
:
Prescott K'lthlccri ur.dAileen "famed"
Gladys ;Miss Ada Register' spent th* weekend self to vote in the general election. call. Mr. llodtri's.ti'til' ; that tax our Ileilhronn. Springs it* wo tiny evening: "Moses, the :Masterful

:Most Alvarez-ami of the from Joe Wainwriirht..lob-is: nt Providence the guest of AUsn 'nn/I support all cajidkUUuinf the ltniocrntle commission w,, n part. thlt tit the c-i it wouM very but much Ilk' to retain ill Life." "I 'mtnii'I, I the Young :M.tn'iModel ,

ton, party orders Camp time that Delah Boiling.! I. party nominated in .said! pri e.o.'j office and shouM: 'bn held l Iy> mpiming it'a"taintaul", (would; like to Jet rid of I : "Joseph, t hit Victorious Life,"

.:.are expecting, any .:Mr.V.. A. Bailey has been suffering mary !election.:.. . .i ns the crnrftrnor wutetaul., I.n.. "rmuni' pro' tern at enncludinir, the ueries with nn illustrilted -
win tiiKi mem aoroitu, wneru ni mOTOr i with fever for the past week at hid -4. ;1 flat SUCh i Ip irni elector do un- Mr Davis defended, his resolution; ; ItT' <;,I The: ;' farmers Rncred song: "rvi"I. Those uiusj -

truck men they may be ixpccted to home here. We hope he will. soon re- uah -tl'\larehlii\ 6<*lier* in the stated that tFtpeople houl! certainly of this Vicinity, arc j trations are 11 from the most renowned

perform no small part in the'orld's'l cover. ..pHnripfeS of thl Democratic party and have the right to select the: men v-l-o 1'busily plants engaged just now mll..hll artists, urn licing given with

war All from the West po.iae.33 ;Mr.: Carl Alderman who is attending -, rive his allegiance to the Democratic are tj fix their ( planting Irish and .. tho hope that through the eye the

that brond open-hearted nature typical college at Lake City. spent the party,, both xtate nrut nattnnal." mHte. which wouM h1,1 affect:1 hit thorn was d'retHy. ;'a- anti in makinI preparation for the great mesago' of the flit! will b',

of the West-nnd are of those wefk-nd with his parent here. | By a vote of JJ to l fj the committe.' On call the motion to early .cotton. rondo more r.nl. and its impressed
r.J
splendid types of America's best man. Missen! :Mona Alderman anti Onnie 'JI 'sinpd to .adopt.u r..oluto. offered strike out parajfrrtfh I wai -lefe.it--l --; ----:" more deeply nn our hearts and

hoodgoing no gallantly into this great : Scarborough were plensnn visitors to by : Criiwfonl. r>f county I to I 10. 1 f'I.O(1'J'JIC.TI""O : mind N'o admisjon. .\1 are wel

struggle. The physique of some of the Lawtey last Saturday.Mr. I endorsing the female nuffragc amendment Democratic The come. Services 7OO) p. .
Ira.lfor" county Telegraph's job
men from the Pacific coast being remarked Brodie ;Mizelle: of Worthingtonr" a.passed the 'national. hOUI0 wi'vnt. tt fill the following .Ipr: ment Is turning out printinj of depart Hour .1. S. STKVK.VSON: : Pastor.
by their hostess, one replied ntativeq.
upon visited Lake Butler rl'prlR V | I ------0-- -
: "We live near great jntaina; SuadLy. I I I .lir OFTlf \ :.MSAn

it is up to !Jot to live up to them." LONG: J ..i A CANDIDATE: iThty'. asRed the committee to' let For t mmit.. executive hnv
A more pleasant day has not been I -*- I I I tLanth.' luHrRfl4 eII.itlP'iigr.w! ( ommittT., These form supply cereals. ,I I ;Mrs.: Iris florae, we de.ire, to thittslcthe
spent Magnolia;: Lodge and while Prosecuting for th tr -rote !in the ; are printed from a copy i
/ attorney Eighth Dfmirratfcprimaries.. "I'or ,ounty Democratic executive approved t Hon. Braxton '|I many friend who assisted us1 dur
good ,-heer reigned supreme, regret Judicial Circuit is among the ofticus to IruiU .pot if thin. hI' offeredm- rornmitteo.Foij.twn. fond! administrator Iy. for licHcham, anlwi ing her nickncss' and death. Also to

must h( felt at parting with these be voted on ut the primary elpctiorv} tu.jjni-nt to strike out the first section of .. ate tax cotnmissjonerut.uJ I be found convenient Florida! thank 11'. Tomlinson for bin faith.fntsitrvict'i

splendid y-ung soldiers, so soon to be' held on June Ith. Hon. A. Y. Long', tJijfSsojutitnj, rori " state nu'lit"r"r in handling very the by I and kind ,'nnfieratlon.nnnlli .
face the fo-. "Tit of such as these the present incumbent is a -and(Ult.tf'.ris, for tFio pfimury. which f< if for "- state nttorn-y. unHon. ; flour sit- i Boree

thai America has catted her great' to succeed! himself and! th!Tji Rif )hr tin* wht[ army .tnd as King Billy remarked no opposition. Ir. Long:' is gen-! rallyenniedifl Van-S( 'to a' vi.e .'t \Id"nf tliaT 10O up"le.1, ---V _
Ger ,( I ''. 11"; I .. 'h" . per ) pcistaif ""'- uut.nf-.! r (."(tiri, of, lak.: flirt" i I01" at'I : .
'They're goin' ter shoot some to' be i i I.' of the n o-t < i ;>nblu! i Ii r only One'Tn fnli I T- '''Mr.ty, i a 'Im": i--ion'-r- t-. i ,IJ, ". ni-,.' Sp. d 1 . ,
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mans' at.itc' afornej in the.tjite.: i it r- i 'I ''It one votu. I. 'n invmb'-r "I ',,",1 l-oaid.' I."'" >'I\ "at It.. t. if 'I ,IV. 11'J








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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.Week's -
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Deed to talk the enemy were killed and wounded, ] TRIUMPH OF THETWOYARD
in the east were 1 giving no of the THE
officers and twenty men
two
hut the contrary wee
of on
peace

I I of the War line methodically over the more pushing than forward;500-mile; front their prisoner Herman to ranks the were French brought line by back the DRESS

[
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Summary from the Gulf of Finland region to Americans.
!
Volhyniu und still nowhere meetingwith Wednesday

----J.J any t their progress. Oormuny's proposals for peace, the

Friday of I Filllund.; lilt >>ec'n tapturcd. Further Numerous> additional towns have Germans are continuing their inroads Fashioned Dresses for the
Old
,: Like u great tnliil wave, the German south the city of I RushilMi' about been captured, and several thousand both into Great and Little Russia In
invasion of KUSNIII rolls forward. From /100 miles cast of I Riga I has. been entered more Russians made prisoner. In addition the north some opposition is being

Leal in Ksthonia the Kussmn province by the Teutrins who report thuttb'y nearly 'aIJUO)() Herfan and, Austrian I placed in the path of the in.vJers, but WardrobeNew
wire welcomed by the people. of war Hove been lib. evidently the pressuro has not yet Lewi Summer
Innnd] off I Still further south, the village of Lenm orated prisoners by the invaders, Russia prm- sufficient t to stay the progress of the
east ejf Minsk\ has> been taken. has
the famous triangle of fortresses / I dInt! port on the Finnish gulf is rapidly enemy. Considerable fighting --
bulwark in It is noticeable/ that the Herman official taken around the town of Pskov
which Mood lllK rt Muscovite !being approached nothwithstand. place high or low. This is the day of
,, the early days of the war in the south, reports arc silent as to any but progress Aus-- lag the snow covered roads. The which according to latent advices, has York, Feb. 28.-From Palm worn individuality, so choose your style and
of Kutsk
the region Volhynia
In
.
times
the Germans lire still advancing.The in Gen LinK In- I troops here are being pushed forwardin changed/ hands several Beach, that winter playground comes stick to it. You have the sanction of
has trian under von of Kolc-nkoAitz has
forward movement trops the town
Teutons' forced marches the desire of the interesting fashion news. Everythingis Dame Fashion herself.
taken the form of a crescent with its gen, who are aiding Ukraine in her Herman high! command evidently being been captured after some fighting, nnjaccording exceedingly simple, the lesson ofconservation The Two-Yard Dress
face toward the heart of RuM struggle for freedom, according! to the wouldbe to the Berlin official communication
convex: to capture the port, which for the good of the nation -
\, nin. Minsk, which was occupied Wednesday Berlin report, have moved eastwardand available again if necessity arises, bands of the Bolshevik! in has been thoroughly learned, and Did you ever think it possible for
liy Herman troops, according have joined forces with Ukrainian as a basis for operation by a fleet of Ukraine have been! put to flight b>' the the shown by the New York you to have a dress made from two
designs
to an official report from Hprlin, is at forces which are converging on the war/ vessels> against Kronstart and Germans.An that have branches, there are yards of material ? Sounds like magic,
,I the extreme eastern curve of the wave. fortress of IJubno. Petrogrnd.Meanwhile!. official] proclamation issued: in houses does it not But the explanation is
sent American troops, probably units of the to unusually attractive. simple, as explanations usuallyare. \
j : The formal message of surrender the internal situation in Petrograd calls upon people fad for quilting, very
I. to the German high command in Russia one of the National Guard divisions, I Russia continues chaotic. So bad have rally to the cause of Russia if the Bol- There is quite a cotton ma The Government of the United
i/" after Berlin had refused to accept taken to France late in 1917, are! in conditions become, in Petrograd that a heviki government is to be saved. A silks and satins and even old-time effect States asked that wool be conserved,

a capitulation by wireless, has not training along the famous Chemin- state of siege has been declared by call\ also hag been issued to the peopleof terinls, fco ns to give an This is seen, a 1110 clever people set to work to see exactly -
f yet been received, und it Is probaMethat \ Des- tinmen road and have carried out military authorities. Looting and the capital to come out and aid in absolutely fetching. I how little material was necessury

I there will be no halting of the a successful raiding expedition and other dcpredadmg deeds will result in the digging of defensive trenches and for a dress really smart and practi
German invasion until Kusma's abject incidentally have brought in the first sentence of death. It 1s announced by the general arming of the capital. cal. The result is shown here, made
'
acceptance of peace terms Is in the unwounded prisoner captured by the> Bolshevik! authorities, and all explosives Realizing the seriousness of the situation I from two yards of fifty-four inch material
hands of the German general staff- Uncle Sunn's forces. must be immediately turnedin the American ambassador and, b Of course, the collar is extra
,. posubly not then. : The heavy artillery of both sides the isthundering to the authorities on pain of the his stair made preparations Monday but it can either be made of the same

From the official reports emanating over wide stretches of holders] being declared outlaws Opposition to quit Petrograd with the Chinese material, if more is provided, or a
French front, along the Aisnc, in who were arranging contrasting color. A dress of this
the have been and Japuneze diplomats,
it would that newspapers suppressed
:from Berlin appear No infantry
Russians were not destitute of Sup Champagne, and up in Alsace. but the nnd, other organs warned that to depart. The ambassador type; can be made of wool], serge or
i. with which> continue the war. fighting! is reported, will inaccurate information published] in informed the state department at garbadme or the heavier cotton mute-
plies activity of the enemy artillery Washington that the Herman army rials.] There is a pOl'ket-a great concession -
; Dispatches. received Thursday were to the lookout them willlenl to the arrest of the editors
serve to keep the allies on I then only eight hours' march must admit-only on
was
at and their staffs. I r you one
the effect( that the booty captured for storm of heavy Herman shells nl-
items a Rumania cut oft from her allies from Pctrograd. side
the
Kovno enormous. Among hostile
m ]
has been the prelude in a
ways of Russia ]last On the various battle fronts operations About Shoes
numerated were lDrT puns 1UO: machine attack. The Germans claim to have through disaffection at )
similar those that have been inprogress
to
guns, 4,000 to 5.000 motor curs brought down twenty-four allied airplanes has entered into formal pence negotiations several weeks continue. The question of the correct thing in
and trams with about J 1,000) ) carriages, and two captive balloons in the with the central] powers according for Americans their sector foot wear will be a very interestingone
the
of which laden with grain; to advices reaching London. Daily on for here
many were three days. this year, too, we must
past northwest of Toul] are under a heavy
Those masters in Teutonic allied
material of an past
and Leather has become
airplanes wnr Palestine have conserve.
The Hritish forces in very
Herman; artillery fire but they are answering -
I amount Raid! to IIP "incalculable." captured the city of Jericho, Austral politics von Kuehlmann and Czernin, the with spirit I; precious, and so there are whispers,
The decision of the Russian work respectively, German: nnd Austrian enemy guns I: than of
Thursday
I inn entering the city on and| even more whispers, high
troops
men's and, soldiers' deputies to accept' Aside from its historical and foreign ministers, anel RadosiavofF the and effectively] shelling\ the enemy'sfront I shoes with the tops of cloth. Of
line trenches, battery positions
the German: penceterms was not siMitimental, importance, the capture of Bulgarian! premier are treating withM. (course this has been done before, but
reached without a struggle! and the the city gives He>n. Allenby control ofa Averesco, the Rumanian premier and wire German entanglements.The !imperial] chancellor L J Jxh it was a fad then; and now, why, it h
I final I vote on the question showed nJnajoritv number. (.f .strategic roads over nt a point near Bucharest Doubtless, that
the reichstag
hus told a
again
of the terms imposed Russia,
of only one vote in favor winch his rnl'nln to move if discussionon
possible
surrender.' I miles from the pooor conditions will he hard ones. general peace is
plies. Within twenty-four the biiiis of the four essential! principles
continueto Alienelv they said to embrace
Should l the Herman nrmies is the railroad nro
British position
.
! advance after t the formal messnire the,present from 'H.iniiiseus to Mecca, which territorial ac-euisitions| for Hulpnria' laid down some time, ago by .

t" of surrender is delivered, it i is probable ha"'n\ I the artery which fed the anti, economic i preferences' for Germany President Wilson in an address breath to
Almost in the same ,
that the 1I0h'h'vikf'IIIll'r\ will against the anti Austria.; congress.
Turkish forces operating 'c"r.
r nr''r! guerilla warfare against! the in.vaclers. Arabian tnhesnien" If this roud, were oil the battle fronts nowhere has however, the usual ciualilications wererntwined
amid his utterances leavingsuspicion
It was announced 1 Wcelriesel-iv would give the tribesmen greataduintages there been' nn engagement of great elinienxirms. r'LL
cut it t the that the ('('ntl'ull'OWer' ,
.J"., nt IVtrograd that the advance, of the in then.1 niggle, I On the line in France there
and have been several encounters, if t they are, desirous eif peace still have .-
I Teutonic armies i began n new war (C"lIInny: has. odic Lilly re-cogm/e-d patrol' )
their old ideals of victorious
offered with the Trench the' a >I peace
resistance
I that there will I In- stern the flf a!lunged with the aggressors IF
treaty peace
I tI'\ before the Russian capital l.sgiven Ukraine 'Ibis 1"l'alhll>l boon !bitter- against the Germans, of greater than to the tore .--

the Poles and ("Verbsin usual violenceThe artillery activityall
Attacked by
In the meantime- the situation in Iv the Austrian. ic'icli-rath and !by the along the front continues> violent on THERESSA. Achie/vjni; Smartness! with Two Yard4

1 Russia h'ls stirrer) lit" considerable{ opposition "en i.chft leaele-rs, in (:ie-rmany. j isnlateil '''.ctor..... The Germans, again \ of Material

in fieriminv., especially, nmone Innsbruck, ulmh has been reportedus have tried to out.gun the Americans. We heal I a few days of cold\ weather
the nidi-pendent" socialists whose{ load 1 the renter nf the Teutonic munition ill them sector muthvvoxt of Toul. As last week. At this. writing it is very great deal I on huts-the brims, of r

er. I'eorge e-de-hoiir', speaking! in t thereieliKtnir plants for the Italian\ campaign, has on several former occasions the* Amor- warm. I .course and the crowns too. Then ; i rrr '. t rt
liurseliiv' saul that the /Inept' bombe-d by allied airmen. icons retaliated. with such fierceness We art sorry to report Mrs. :M there are patches of this quilting| effect! re
treaty of peace with Ukraine wim not Sunday and.. accuracy of aim that the enemy Wiggins on the nick list this week, and on the tunuics" of skills and other unusual .. K

nc'ceptablc-t his l Ieart y. I Dr. IMvvnrdDavid : With the Hermans: continuing their, desisted. hope for her n speedy: recovery. places fti I
] , another socialist leader, is re. march into Russia, HO far virtually un. Tuesday :Mr. and Mr". S. I R. Swindle and :Spring;, (1'oliirinir That Charm '0r
,
.t. purled to have expressed, the hope that opposed, the eventuality of their pushing The fieimim imperial enanrellor has children spent Saturday ut Smith Luke It is absolutely delightful on a coM r,
military operations, in the east would on tn l'etr'ogrnll before consenting toll,! the reicht-tag that the Uolshovikgen fishing.Mesrs.. snowy February day to stumble upon r 4 Stl
1'(>"""'. to reopen peace, negotiations with theItolsheviki 'eminent of Russia I has fI'l'ptl'41il'rmanY'1I : S. B. Woodard, Porter Huf- anything that will transport one in
/ In the meantime the entente allies ill evidently being given ( peace terms and that peace ford and Arthur I'ennttt were visitorsto the twinkling of nn eve to the fairyland ,' t
rci are not idle on the French front., The earnest consideration in the Russian must ensue shortly. Hut, apparently, Hampton, Saturday.Mr. of SprinThe shops on Fifth t .
11 / attack made by the French in Lorraine capital.iiierilla. no pram| for the Russians> H immediately : Mi-Even,, and little daughter, Avenue are glowing with colorjonquil -
Wednesday wan" reported to have (: warfare has been indicateelas in store. Ruth of J.ske Side, were visitors to yellow, apple green, dove gray ns
I swept the Germans; out of their first the probable method of the Russian On the contrary, the Germans continue Theressn Saturday. n foil the deep blue of the hyacinth.The .
., line trenches ov'rI wide! front, but, defense as the Herman press across to overrun the country from the The weather is'I'ry warm and thE sleeveless jacket, which seems to
except for the* statement that r 5U5 prisenrrs country, but the* in
were rapturedthere is nothing stilFer defense of the capital I is con- little Russia ]Ri-vnl Russia' principal !- potu toes. (']clothes may be of tawny copper or
definite as to the mairmtuele. of the templateel.Meanwhile I. port on the Finnish gulf, together Master Ralph Green, of Hampton, ruby red. Colored I coat" are being
blow delivered by the French. : the entente embassies in with its fortress, has been captured: visited his friend ClaudeIay, here shown\ (and worn now at Piilm Beach )
i q The New Zealand troops" > have been I l'etrn rn.1 1 are rrporte-d I I in sympatheticiiinod 1 I Pskor, about! llll! miles southwest of Sunday. with white flannel skirts. White serge

) \ IjOI" active in I trench raiding operations with Russia's. present plight anti 1 Petrngmd, is in enemy hand and Mr.I and :Mis B11. Sapp, of Valdos-\ tea i is to be much featured, and the For Spring-\\ith Sammy:;
near Polygon/ wood on the Flanders ready bv such means as an" in theirpower southwest along the (entire line- the in- I tn, were recent guests. of Ir. and :Mrs.II. straight-plontod' skirt that may be Belt

. ; front : to giveassistance- tei her" peoplein vaderi. everywhere are steadily, pressing I U :Nay.Messrs easily laundered will \he a favorite for Drown
lleavv artillery duels are going on lighting off the iidvane ing c-nemy ciixtvviinl, and, on their southern : . II I IJ. :May 1. :M. Green and, tub materials The knitted sweater of and slippers witih
I" along the British: and! Trench fronts, The embassies alse art shown liy the wing have farmed a junction with, the R li. Sapp spent Saturday at Johnson last year has given place to the sleeveless ] I a necessity.will Pumps be in'l"ry good form

but except fur the French advancetheie official advices. Washington to have t'kramans lit Zhitomir, e' (!'hl-fin' Lake fishing.Mr. jacket or sweater of silk or wool. high afternoon spats and then too,
; has been infantry the ISoUhevik II S. Roebuck killed 1 iinnnths colorful. and, most for wear
no engagements divided to accompany miles west of Kiev, which town it is a They are too are there is the shoe of wash kid , r,; of note. government from Petrograd, should the I their pronounced purpose to take from old 1"Hi roc hog Thursday "I''omin001 and silk jersey arc buckskin sport! The all-white
The American front I U apparently Herman; menace compel the uhundonIIll'lIt the Bolshevik elements holding it. weighing 11" pound being used a great deal for this pur- or canvas.
: 11'I:<.. quirt, as no news of operations, of ini.portunce of the city Although it is announced that Revnl :Mr. and,( :'tlr... II. |It. :May, accompanied pose. pump than and those spoils with shoe insets are in of better color.

r: has oome through in the past Already the headquarters" of the calls token "after a battle," it is doubtful by Mrs.: B. H. Sapp. were visitorsto For the Old-I'a-hioned Girl taste
I .ct) twenty-four hours. Russian western army has been removed if serious resistance was oiTere-d. Rock church :Sunday.The : If are the type that looks well Heels are as you like them; for day-
you time the low medium heel it
: c Northwest of Jerusalem. the British than this. who wear or
< to Smolensk! more fifty the Germans by the Russians still people in community in old-fashiuni'd costumes, now is your
I ttIi&;, , have continued their advance* over n miles' further into tho interior than holding the town for up to Sunday the haven't hud the* measles have got them chance. You simply' must have in your preferable, and, naturally the high heel
still in favor for evening though
four-mile< front, while oust of the city Mohilcv, the former headquarters' invaders had made no mention of having summer wardrobe an organdie\ dress ; is ,
they- have approached to a point with- town The Germans are approachingthe come within sight of Kovnl. Since now.The Farmers' Union held their reg that harks back to 1830; or so. The there are adorable little slippers with
;' in four miles of the city of Jericho. line of the Bcresinn, about sixty the renewal of hostilities began the ular meeting here Saturday night.Mr slightly full skirt and quaintly tight a low Louis XIII heel that is quite

These operations arc reported to be miles east of Minsk, in this. sector. To German have taken over thousandsof > J. V. Jones, of Hampton, was in waist may be of one color, say robm's- I' smart.
continuing. the north they have reached Walk, in additional, square miles of Russian" our burg !Friday afternoon. egg blue, with a kerchief or pleated A I-a Militaire
4 I'r'nli'r'on Seycller of Austria has Livonia ninety miles northeast of territory, the rapidity of their advanceeven fishing. is now the ord r of the day ruffle of yellow around the neck. GinII"I Things military are still holding the

hl'l'nlr I',1 bv the socialists to accept Riga, and are continuing to move though virtually unimpeded, be- Mr. Albert Dubose, of S'arke, was ham, too is greatly used for center of the stage, and so it is not
President Wilson's statement regard eastward, in Keshonia.. In Volhynia ing remarkable. a pleasant visitor here Sunday. dresses, a glorified gingham combined I : surprising to see an attractive little
ing the principles upon which a general they have occupied Dubno, the remaining Especially rapid Tins been that in Private Roan Griffis was a visitor with organdie. Silk mull has returnedto .suit like the? one illustrated here of

If peace cnn he discussed. The opening stronghold of the Volhynian fortress the south through Volhynia where particular here Sunday He has many friends" favor, for it lends itself] so tan wool mixture with the new Sam-
'r";. of negotiation immediately with triangle! in their advance toward efforts were directed So at to here who were glad to see him gain. ingly to the clinging skirt of charm-I Brown belt.] The skirt Is
l\\, the United States is demanded.Army !. Kiev, which, however is still more carry out the compact with them to Mr. Eliza Coleman/ of Starke, was a Indeed, the straight line is still the my buttoning at the side, and is most two-piece convenient -
officials" showed every evidence than 175 miles distant.In aid in expelling the Bolshevik! from visitor here Sunday.Mr. dominating factor of the mode. The 'I for
tubbing it be
of .surprise today at press dispatches Turkish Armenia the Turks have Ukrainian territory. A battle before : Jake Lee and sisters Misses skirts are narrow, waistlines ( out. This fact makes, as can opened -

from Franco telling of Herman begun an offensive which is declaredto Kiev, therefore, seems not far distant Katy and Lillie Lee, of Lake Side. able, sleeves long and tight 'hllnlCe-1 cotton materials well it appropriatefor woolen
control of the air over the sectorof have been started before the expiration unless meantime another armistice! is were in our burg Sunday afternoon.Mr. and puffy! collars too, maybe either J as as !
I i the front held by American forces. of the nrmistic-e. They are arranged! pending the final capitulation : Morgan Lee, of Lake Side, attended ; ones.
They would make no comment for reported driving the Russians east of the Bolshevik government and Sunday school here Sunday af

k publication however, and Secretary ward along the Hlnck sea coast occupying the signing of n peace treaty.At ternoon. TESTED AND PROVEN I Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Raker also was silent beyond saying Platanu, fifteen miles west of last accounts the Russian delegates :Miss Mary Hall was a pleasant visitor Take Grove's. I
r.: that his advices from General Persh- Trebizonel cutting off a I
apparently who are to treat with the Her to Hampton Friday afternoon. The Old Standard
ing made no mention of such u situa Russian force which had assembled for The B. 1'. I' U, Grove's Tasteless
mans were to have left Petrograd Sun : is progressing very There Is A Heap of Solace] : in Being I chill Tonic is equally valuable a
tion. the evacuation already in progress. day night for Rrest-Litovsk Trotzky nicely with good attendance. Able] to Depend Upon a Well. General Tonic because it contains CM the
G Saturday Military operations elsewhere have thc Bolshevik foreign minister, who :Mr Ben Hall was a visitor to Waldo Earned Reputation.For well known tonic properties of ,
t.' Facing absolute subjection at thehands been of minor importance. The French bolted the original peace conferenceand Saturday. IRON. It sets on the Liver QUININKand Drives
Germans: the carried out raid of considerable :-Mr. Charlie Pees and Private -
declined Roan
of the advancing a> to sign a peace treaty' out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Russian premier and commiinder-in. /ll'or.e in the Laon region, north of the will not represent the government: in Gnffls and Misses Mattie Youngbloodand months Starke readers have Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.
< thief have taken what step they could river, taking war matl'rll1ll1nd the present discussion, it having been Ruby Bennett were motoring seen the constant of
( expressions praise
to initiate at least a nominal defense twenty-five prisoners. A few other decided. to send in his stl'a,11.: Zino- around Sunday afternoon in Mr. Dees I for Doan's Pills
k i I' against! the invaders of their country. Germans: were taken prisoner on a vielT, president of the retrognul, council handsome Buick. Kidney and read NOTICE
about the
Orders directing that guerilla warfarebe raid In the Champagne. British troops. of workmen's and soldiers' dele- Mr. Alva Reddish of Waldo, was a good work they have donein To The Tax Payer of Bradford
carried on and placing Petrograd raided the enemy lines on the Arras gates. visitor here Sunday, afternoon. this locality. What other remedy County

,I in a state of siege have been issued front and in Flanders. Already the Imperialistic German Mrs ;Maud B. Booth gave in- ever produced such convincing proofof The tax books will close the first
by Ixrune and Krylenko{ and it is expected The mter-nllied labor conference in viewpoint is being pressed upon Rus- foresting talk to quite a crow at merit ? day of April, aa the law directs

:I that the Germans" will meet London reached a determination not sians In the newly acquired territory. Hope Hall near Hampton, Friday af- H. Merwin, Artesian Well Contractor Please take notice and govern yourselves -
with some resintanef> before long. to accept a "German peace" in any The German commander has informed ternoon. Mrs Booth was greatly 512 Lemon St., Palatka, Fla. accordingly.
That the Teutons can be temporarily circumstances and to support the tho populace of Rsthonm and Livonia pleased with the improvements which "I B. M. DOWLING
: having considerable
i! checked however is doubted, even in British war aims program. There that they now are under German police Capt. ;Murphy and Major L. A. Odom ble says was trou- 2-l-8t Tax Collector.
Petrograd. The Kutuian army's debacle wns no intention on labor's part of power and the barons of the oldregime have made. from my kidneys. At no time was

'tt r apparently i Is so complete that holding out the olive branch to Her. have been ordered released Quite a crowd of the young folks as I free from lameness and soreness I

k"; there .i is no shadow of authority over many so long a* she persisted in her from imprisonment and orders have w 1as\ old attended the fish fry Saturday through my back and kidneys. The

,. its units.Berlin. rampant militarism, the conferees de been issued for their protection by the : given by the school of Lake kidney secretions were too frequentin DGARS EYES
\," reports that the first Esthon. clared. Germans who will not permit their SiJc They had very good luck in passage and then again: scanty and 'r
Ian regiment has deserted in a body :MondayThe transfer to territory where they again catching: fish, and report a most enjoyable painful. I felt unfit for any kind of Optician """ TestedJACKSONVILLE.FLA
1,; and offered! its services to the German Bolshevik government in Russia may"by made prisoner by the Bolshevik. time.Messrs. work and had to rest every little while.
commander who is operating in the represented by Nikolai Lenine and : G. W, Hinson and T. L. I
f finally got a supply of Doan's Kid
northernmost Baltic province. The Leon Trotrky, has acceded to the demands In Tetrograd the situation i I.* still Murphy and wife motored over to Pills Broken. Let**** Duplicat.d
'r Russian navy too is completely disorganized of Germany and announced its critical. For the present the American Marke' Friday afternoon to hear Mrs. I ney and they gave me relief almost Sm Day" ** Ruic"cd

.r and while it is desired to readiness to accent the hard peace and, entente allied ambassadors Booth speak at the Methodist" church. immediately. After I had taken V.ScKcUlm on flail. Order,.We ply tot***
withdraw the warships from Koval terms which Germany has laid down. ; have elected to remain in the capital Mr. Will Jones left Monday morning three boxes, I was cured." l-0 W roRSYTM aT

.' and Helsingfore: to Kronsta.lt! ,,it is bl''I" Thus apparently without further ;' pending further developmtnts, but for Orange! Heights, where he will Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't
licvcil that this operation is. impossible hesitation the Russian are preparedin many Attaches of the embassies and spend a few days. simply] ask for a kidney remedy-get -

t, in view of the disuse into which an effort to stop the inroads the civilians have ifepartcpei! by way of the ;lllss :Minnie Hagan is in :Macon' Ga., Doan's Kidney Pills-th same that COFFINS CASKETSAnd
;\: the Baltic fleet has fallen. Only the Germans now are making into their trans.Siberian railway! the guest of her sister, Mrs. Adama. cured Mr. Merwin. Foster
MilburnCo.
submarine boats are in a seaworthy country, to add to the enemy's alreadyvast On the battle fronts the fighting by I The Enemy a full lln. of

(t condition, it is reported. holdings more of Russia most the infantry continues mainly In the : Wine whiskey and beer, and their kin ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((36)) Undertakers' Supplies
f- There is as yet no definite advices as valuable western territory extending nature of patrol encounters. On numerous fur and near
t to the rumored fall of the Lemne. from the Gulf of Finland southward to sectors in France. Belgiumand They are each one the Kaiser' own want it in vain Automobile n curse.

: Trotzky government. The proclamation the Black 81'a. and give back to the Italy the big guns are engaged in \ friend, If the people do not have a care. Always on hand. The but service : -
fr.I directing that resistance be offer Turks what has been taken from thefin reciprocal duels, which at some points And you're lifting your hand again.tyour at the lowest
prices. Special
I V .d to the German advance, however )battle are of considerable violence. The latest s
own native land So let
did not bear the name of Trotzky whohith..rto The surrender seems abject. Russia exploit of the unit of Americans fighting As long as Tou' e fighting for them. fight us unite, thia old "Booze" to attention to telegraph ord r*.
has been a virtual dictator is immediately to send a delegation with the Fremh along the Chemin
which may be significant.The to st-Litovsk, there to discuss with Des Domes! \ was a raid, made In con- For the soldiers] need bread they From true the, land of the brave and the Registered Embalmer
;
Germans have pushed still fur Herman representatives the final details Junction with the French in which the they have to be fed And let
flier eastward in the past seventy.fourhours. ; of the peace and sign the com German line was penetrated for a dis- While they're fighting for us not shirk while the ler.pent'l DeWITT C. JONES
us over at work
In the far north the
of
village
tanr of a few hundred
yards. After there.
lispaai, on the south coast of the Gulf 'I pact.At last accounts the German armies sharp, righting in which a number! of And if brewers waste grain, they will Neath Blue.the flag of the Red White and Starke, Fla.I .

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r'i .'_' ___ . ..'_ .. Mr: John P. Coffin, was in Jacksonville Summers attended! preaching nt Miller nii: C orr tome uor.s food. It's straight medicine and vvu
last week on business. Sunday evening t'ol i11tI:118: :: i\iuiFU: : took the '
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. Mr W. K. Taylor mid :Mr.V.. F. :Mr 11"11'I'nli'k, made his usual food agency because it enables y'>'ito
/ hogs much
........."'''...uwreitmuw.uue.www'........''''....''..'.........._. Simpkms: were in 1 like Butler' Satur. trip U> Pt White last Sunday afternoon | In ovoty lot t of. hogs on ford t two or, your J. W White & Sons.(earlier
.1 his" tiftiinoon on 1 uamcs's. throe t wc-fkx quick( and u.limlly eat
Mr. Ih'lIry111'11<'" spent Sunday in :MissfMjna and Vllie Andrews I loss than othci.s. If all would. fatten '
('Li'lt 110\ S
I VI' STUU .\lit
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I [Live State News Lake 1 nut I,.. und :Mi. 'I"oinmie newul)t. of Lnko" Hut-I 1 like. Ih,'"" tin entire drove( would) bo
Mr I I. V.uncs) Lake Butler lei, ',1 i In"ouch last Fiidnv
wa in \pass' our burg re.nlfor the marks( six weeks The
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I Told by Our Exchanges. .Mr; t. T lUiKlin was in Luke Butler Mr. Jl.1. Frnlick matt fUllulItll'I1I' un Hem that vim fully undoistand) Baker! countieswill mend the State

I'' Snturdaj ed the hautauqiia at lt. \MntoVd- The' hog that( fattens; easily must bo (hair Snluiday, :(lurch ::nol.
-I 1'ho Christian Endeavor prayer n,'Mlnv and Thilisdny) in prune 'hy.trnl| tondition.. The II. ,\. The'y have \boon given free ,
IIIP..tin'lIImll I,." hold a mooting last Mr: and, :Mrs.' 11. I.'. PiopU's, of Thoimix', lloi; Powder is n conditioner Iho Fair Grounds! and all passes .into
( iiintClerk O. 1'. (ioo,).' I At1.:11:i week and loaders for nukes, passed through here netc"f.i v
was sei- \ Saluid.iv morning as Joel] appointed Satiniliivmm for hogs It ke'c'ps then, KV.'stem .'1"1111IIn.1 plan for n good mooting have boon '
,i"u-Iy, | miiKil; while' tiding hi, inutoi. ; .\danis. a piospctoiis ririmi, (living! :March ns follows : :lurch :'I t, :Miss Hoha 'nitijr on their WilY to visit,t1511 heir h.althy and i',mld lex, them to fat by' :Ml l,r. G. L. Ilerrmgtur 111langed -
yclr!. i.M the. uutskuts of SI. .\ugustinoList about' I lour miles above liianloid! wasliettini I'.'unl<'I'; 1\1m''h It) :\Ir David 1' Coffin (daughter :Mis.V If rnyl.il, of ;Alt Ion quickly| without I illnu' a prt'v to Slate llov-'C lull 111111. lie will ,

"-,,mini.iylun/ in a lolhsinn} , with I !; 'into his wagon with his family ; ;March HiV.. II Taylor: :March Tal-or. tin- usual/ tit.0u.e. ol ho ::s. 'I'In'' lt.:1. lbi 1 brv.' at the depot. in .ImicksentII'I HUM I I..
an iiitninoliilo, and us a i result he to 'I :Mis. John P. (larch 1.KLV :Miss riieltnii Blair, 1.uke But lei. Th"I1I11. :
it> come to "\\' negro appealed in J. Collin; I ol Hi',;' "I'tivvilil I h not stork when 1 I they ','.
n"w laid up nt the 1 l.iglu i hospital !limit, nt tin' h"u1111,1. demanded something ". Warren, CoflinVe are in hope Illls been \i-iting, hM inter, :\It.,. in IIV
MMTiiiiigith" u I Token ]Kg anti a 110ci to cat :Mi Adams told! him ''I that March will be a great month for I prank Suninii:: ', this ..took\
:ittd u'in. FoiUmatt.1)! ne escapedanj th<.v, were, fwd lots of good to bo done ill our ChristianLndoavoi I Anna lit-fli- IVopli, nl' I jtiikos, visiiid -
just 1"I'illj.IWllw had i'i ; ; . . . . . . . . . -'os'l"'N'iN'os'l+" Nt . !'-" ..
intt.Mi.il injuni" ". nothing. cooked, but could give him '. Elsa; III.iir, last S.ttoutlay.HAMPTON.:; 't !
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some milk. 'Ihis ho refused mid with :Miss (Dossio Troxel, of Pennsylvania -- - -

More than four and a half million un oath pulled! u pi..tolllntl said he was has. returned homo, after spending f. FARMERS ATTENTION! i )
pounds of fish were caught about the a deserter from the army nnd had, \ while in the South with her sister :

waters of Key West in the! last cloven killed a high t-hentf who tried to catch :Mis A. L Smith We sure did little to Hamptnn\, I'ok :6.! :. -JTis: Win. C. w -+
weeks All but a half million poundsof him in Georgia and they after see her !go. .. .
lire now Itunntet.'r. .f. 1.1..1..1..1.. ......t.t .1"'h..t. is tl.u
the entire hnul were limp!: fish him and he- expected) to kill every -- guest ol her sister, Jlr's. J. Peruoii !
Spanish mackerel and red snapper. white person he saw. lie then tiegan" ,Janes. Cotton Planters

The Kicou Fish Company and Thompson firing! shooting :Mr. Adams through Miss 1".Jl'lil1liIJIC'ton: and :Miss i j
Fish Company each caught over the :Mrs Adams the r Soldier Lellers J t
arm
through! arm ,Allen of Maevlonnj: spent the weekend -
i choice two million variety.pounds apiece of the about and hand eighteen, and the son old, a through young man tho II I hole the guests! of friends. MissMiddlet :t: Fertilizer Distributors :t

years : "n was formerly a teacher in I
leg. He then turned to get away and Fort Bliss Texan I the High School:; 1 bore and made many
Fish Commissioner J Osakiah as he did go, young Adams made a friends
Feb. 19!I, 1918. Plows and Cultivators
Williams wired to Tallahassee for dash for the house, .secured his !gun Co. C, 7th 1'. Sig. Un :Mrs W. L Bugg. spent' the week-end tv
the
entire of Florida fish and
display and fired two loads of bird shot into
In Vnldi .
Dear Editor-:- ktn, (in where? une was the -
shell fish, which forms a permanent I. him wounding him considerably as the Received the Telegraph this afternoon guest of friends. :
exhibit in the state capitol to be gent blood traces would indicate, but not I, and I won't try to tell you this Misses Ad.i' Nimmo anti Eva Williams ::1 J !

building to Jacksonville at the! to state be fair.placed Carpentersare in the fish enough there'\ to stop him. In a short time : time how glad I am to get it everyweek attended the meeting of the DEWITT C. JONES
were several hundred with
men
County lonchera' Association
for the nt Lnw-
regular
it comes a* as
busy crating and packing every blood hounds from the Lafayette chow bell rings! und it gives: me much toy Saturday. STARKEFLORIDA
thing from sponges and crabs to the county: convict camp on hU tract and pleasure in seeing what tho Starko Mrisj Maud Bnllington Booth, of i i
huge manatee and tarpon in the fishbuildin as this message leaves the dogs are people doing. I only wish I could New York visited Hope Hull, near ,
are ': .
/{. trailing him across a field about a mile pay the city of Starke a visit for a'' here Friday, and renewed the acquaintance i't.tN'! R1vititif"'F E Wf"t'H..H..t+N! N.>S'SvaS+ +...F'p . '

Private and a half above Branford and it few days 1 sec most all the boys have of the many friend niiidtf on her
Sparks a deserter who was probably a matter of a short time only been back except me. former visit, hero a your ngn

in West' the and barracks who guard house few at Key before he will be caught. But for food luck I think I have the i I'resielmjr- II'r Jenkins of Jacksonville ,
escaped a days ago world for this reason: A short time' held a series of services nt the
was caught yesterday and is now The negro desperado who shoe Joel after I landed here 1 received an invitation Methodist: church in connection with r p! Automobiles Tires---Low Prices
doubly securedithm the walls of the
Adams and his wife and son Saturday from Mrs. John W. Hull to the quarterly Conference, which was ,
same building lie escaped by sawing morning! about three miles above cull on her and her daughter Miss held :Sunday; afternoon.Mrn I
a hole in the floor and dug his way Branford was found and shot to .
Jennie Hull. I !guess most, all the 1 F. E: Henry left Monday for
out lie van caught on the grade of death in the shed room of vacant Starke people remember her, although ICpyist whore shut i n> the guest of You automobile owners, why do you want to buy

the Florida East Coast railroad. Private house on the farm of Will\ )Douglas'\ Mr and Mrs. Hull loft Stnrke" in lU.r! ): relatives. new tires when you can get seconds at Burroughs at a
of the 129th field artillery -
Sparks, about two miles from Itrnnford. A L A,
Mnrr: until
It almost like recently of Itranson
some one! -
was seeing I
Camp Poniphon) Oklahoma deserted posse of two or three lit ml red men that I had always "known. She is justas has moved his family, hole again : saving of 25 to 50 pr cent-tires that you cannot tell i

1 and was\ taught at :Miami and with dogs! followed him from 10al:: jolly as can be and I don't know aiiij they now occupy the Spnrkiimntoltnge : I from new--which will give you the same satisfactory
; brought to KiyVost for confinement.
o'clock in the morning until i 9 o'clock .
fetter than short
anything. spending
a
Saturday night and while several of "H'ninglit her homo, Jor she und, her 1 H.\I( :\ King! posttnaHtor" Thoiessn service you get from new tires? We have ninny satisfied -

J. E. Sturgis, a negro employed at the possee was passing this vacant daughter lire the best of com puny I was sli iking hands with fd"lId" hcioMond.iv. I i customers who buy nothing else but our tires and
the St Johns River Terminal
Company house slight noise was heard and : '.
a
tent in find had lunch with them n few ,
yards in Jacksonville, svgs shot and, two or three jumped over the fence to Sundays, ago and I SHIP, did feel good :\I. 1Lee, of Lakeside, was n I busitU'si they Iiveperf service Get in line and save money.

instantly killed Monday afternoon at investigate.. As they npptoached IIIl'n"gro putting my foot under a ronl table, \ visitor here Monday .. I
the corner, of Eights strf'.t and Evergreen opened fire, on them and theyrett'etited ;1. I I.. \\'' business
vvheie, then wore lots of fcood 1 things 1111"1'011a v n 1'a. ,
ivtniie l hy t'litrolmnn John S. to a safe distance and senteinfouements tc> ilur' to .Jacksonville' TuistlavMi ) STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS I

Smithl u homing held, following! for I In a few minutes \out.ell, as the bugle is blowing. for ,'- Maiv < ioicrii"r bit l"i .la.l. Laon-!
thihunting! om.mith/ :; was exoniratiil there were two or three hundred aimed lights out I will stop by thanking you ville' 'I'll'I sday\; win ,n' she ,is thigin'siol R. Burroughs Prop.
,.! in every respect, owing.: to men( on the "scene uiid I thi.V ordered, him for. that I I"d-,, I
fart that si.if.tU>ft>nse was most Ih"1 to come out and surrender, , hut heno ago reading.u! much.yoiii paper enjoy I.. II .Mian.li i and, will., ot Uabl(,( STARKE, FLORIDA. I \

ent t" the< loionoi's juiv The 11< mailtliM.n.rU" reply mid continued to ! .
\ .. ...
man way; in ""I11PIII1with another .. tn-sf ,,n one side ..r : '. ... iuuler.
l 'main, 0 tt % I
l h the of" Fred Brown wh" ; : i ;then the ; : i<
!gro v name the loom anti on other The I l;, c t> '()TT.
isan emplojp of the: Georgia" : Southern posse then got ready nnd at the com ,.
and Flu"lda laihvuy. HP was one of miind fire, riddled the house from top S Acts Like Dynamite on a Sltiy-

the main witnesses for the difonsc. ti" bottom. He was heard to fall and PROVIDENCE.1'rovnlonce gish Liver and You Losea
after few minutes hearing
waiting. a and
The trustees of the internal improvement no further noise they approached Feb. 2flj..s"s(; :Mabel I Day's Work.There's .
fund at a hearing. held inTallahnssie cautiously and pushed open the door.
find Nita Blair, :Maud 1 ralirk, I hula
last week agreed to dispose He was fund dead with his pistol still 1 t V ,.
Joiner, Kdna I-rnlick and Mi I, KlmorI'mlick :
of the which' lie r. no reason wliy, a person 1, f
c oyster shells in I grasped in his hand and his finger! on motored over to Lulu lust I
the mouth of the Manatee river, to I the trigger. There were three more afternoon.Kev should take sickening salivating calomel .

Manatee or" nny other county, at the bullets remaining! in the ,chamber but I Monday J L. A. KawlR filled his regular! when 50 cents buys a largo bottle XipJr r.
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rate of .j cents cubic l, for the I of Uodson's Liver Tono
per yard the hammer wns caught in some waypreventing appointment at the Baptist church -u perfect
4, purpose of constructing public roads; him firing! these. lie is n here Saturday and Sunday substitute for calomel yJACKSONVIlLE.FLA.

Y or to sell) them to private Individualsor stranger! in these parts and had probably \\',. lire sorry to report that Mrs I II.) It is a pleasant, vegetable) liquid
firms at the rate of 21 cents per been on the dodge for some timeas "hlchiI1etRrt liver .. .
C. Wilt is on the sick list this week. your just as sure 4
. cubic vard Glenn Terrell attorney he was very poor nnd thin. :Sirs\ W. L. Blair visited her slater, ly ns calomel, but it doesn't make you ,

,'J/ for states the that internal the trustees improvement have no board legal, RISING.Prof. :Mrs L :\I. Stokes of Luke Butler tick and can not salivate. TIN OLDESTESTABUSftED l1 l1sbUTfIERN

" light. to give away the shells. The I Sunday. Children" and grown: up folks can
r fish and, oyster lease which is now heldon The people here met at Baptist take: Doilson's Liver Tone, !because it
. the under discussion I L A. Davis, of the Heilbronn church Sunday afternoon and, ro-organied is perfectly harmless.
property by an
: Sunday school 1I/lIin. I Kcv L I
Springs section visited this section
individual will be cancelled. Calomel is It
n dangerous drug is
last Sunday afternoon. A. Kawls I acted as :'olo.I'ralor.11': SEED
I hOUSE
Mrs Gill, of acksonville, has )been, John 1Il'iIlinwa... elected president mercury and attacks your bones Taken j
There was just a little lIuppreslI'dexcileml'nt visiting( her daughter Mrs.I J. 12:. Norman and Miss KVIO; Beillmg secretary and close of nasty calomel today and you\
at Gainesville Saturday afternoon for the past few clays. tionmrer.o hope to see everybody will feel weak, sick and l nauseated tomorrow I IN FlORIDA
when the :3:30:!I Atlantic CoastLine
in this take interest in Don't lose
work.
Mrs Li/t/iu Norman, of the Water- community an n day's
train came in, for Richardson I eputy UnitedStates oak s.tion. visited the home of her this work and that it may be a great Take n spoonful of lIo had
:Marshal W. G.
the I son, J. E. Norman and family last suoress Tono instead and you will wake up ,sENO FOR CATALOG AND

a telegram, who to was arrest one German of anti pusspngers a- Saturday. Mr. "'. L. Blair made a business .f..lin.--... .t t. .....-.r..nt.1IJn-_.. .... more l..>.il..irttKinrtaaconstipation ..-....'..... j IJrr..., ... PR/CE LSLA
n to Lake Butler [ -fi"
:\11'. :Marion Reddish and family of trip Tuesday
suspect Mr Richardson got his man the Watvroak section, attended church :Mr nnd :Mrs.' C. II. Harrison and I sluggishness, henluchr'l
who gave his name as Charles Beck ,' :Miss Elsie, of Worthington coated tongue or sour stomach Your
here last Sunday. ,
and admitted that !'Ie< was n German, :Mrs. Jim Wall1wri ht and baby and visited relatives and friends here Sunday druifKi.st says if you don't find( Dod-) I I
but claimed to have his naturalization better A kTJNLeD (
I :Mrs L. L. Shapp and children of the afternoon. pon's Liver Tone net thnn hornblc
papers After some questioning :Vr.Kichardion : Wateroak section attended church here :Missee :Mabol and Nita Blair and calomel your money ii waiting >
decided that he h-vl no last Sunday. :Messrs Lonnl FarnHl and Drew for you. (12t\ )
grounds for holding, the inar. hut he J ,
:Mrs. Sue Sapp and little son, William
notified the Jacksonville authoiUif: ra
look out for him. The man was flora visited the home of her brother'l I' ..... s
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St. Petersburg and said he wail going> M. :M Crosby, and family : ., .... .., ...
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to Augusta, Ga. day We night.are having good l deal of sick-, N. T. RITCH, Pres W. T1 WEEKS Vice-Prcs. J. H. HITCH, CaliherBradford
Those that confine to
Even the pickpockets of Orlando ness now are
bed are Mildred: the little four year
seem to be of a more honorable variety of Mr and :Mrs. M :M Crosby
old son !
than those of Jacksonville or
Tampa
who is \'ery.ill with pneumonia ; little Bank
A few days suite a minister and his County
wife arrived in Orlando from fur away Rosa Mae Norman is also very ill; ns

Iowa. Like the average divine he did is little Edna Lewis.
Messrs..Jake, Bennie and William
funds and whenhe
not have surplus
any church here last Sun- ESTABLISHED 18fl9
Sapp attended
discovered soon after leaving. the ,
train that his pocket had been picked 'I' claj. \Villiam will be r'memhc'l'ed as
Uncle Snm's hays and l he was Bradford Financial
while he was in the aisle waiting! for I one of County's StrongholdSTARKE
'home furlough returning to camp
on a ,
the he
car to top wns quite upset as
It meant that ho would. have to cut his ; last Tuesday FLORIDA
Some one put fire out near :Mr II,
several weeks.
Orlando visit short by
The exact amount being! $77.,1 > worth. I L. Stevenson's place last Thursday
and the fire destroyed about fifty pan-
Only few days later the victim received -
a
els of fence. People ought to he
through the mail
( package
a EXPERIENCEWhen
that.
careful with tire than
more
which contained the purse and all the
Mrs Ned Wills of Stnrke, visited
money he had lost and also a note saying -
her sister Mrs J. E. Norman Kist
the sharpers were not in the

habit of stealing from preachers No Wednesday hunt for in workman choose who has had
few Mrs. I la Stafford of Sanderson, who you efficiency a you one EXPERIENCE.You .

doubt in Orlando also they and thought had spent it n was wrongto days has been, visiting relatives in this section should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.
for the past few days, returned
keep any poor preacher from delightfula spending home last Thursday. The success achieved by this hank is the direct result of its experience: in the banking
hort vacation so
n in
:Mrs Elizabeth: Green and :Mrs Ella business.
town brother, A. J.
Stafford visited their

Neil Rain, deputy sheriff of Alachua Jackson_ and. lumuy lastednesday. We have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, hut more important -

county. was shot and killed Friday received Mrs. Nancy news Jackson last week, of of this the section deathof HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.Your .

night ly, stray and two shots negro, near children Venable's wounded saw her making only brother KM. home J, :M with Johns.his son He, money deposited in this bank not only works for you day and night, but owingto

mill. just\ inside the Levy county line.letw1 was Charlie Johns, near Geona Fin lIe our experience, it is SAFE.

-\nhirand Bronson named was, at the time of his death, sixty Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping valuable
at a ho,ise occupied by a negro years old lIe is survived by his wife your papers.
James I Ilanzy.> he having homesteaded
and a large family of children an.1few a

there.veral from! all a"l'nunU years Danzy since.was It harboring seems- nursing grandchildren and medical All aid could that careful do to Condensed statement of the condition tti: close of business Dec. 31st, 1917.

who had killeda
his son, or relative,
restore him to health was all in vain.
sheriff in Georgia': and Rain the and shooting oth-' He died the 14th and was laid to rest RESOURCES LIABILITIES

occurred when Deputy the fugitive.'I on the 13th; of January at Prospect

ers attempted to arrest learned who church.Mr. Loans and Discounts $145.92496 Capital Stock paid in
It has not been positively : Anderson Harnage: wife and $2>.000"00
tired the fatal shot although: Sheriff little daughter visited O. J. Jacksonand United States and Municipal Bonds 14347.00 Surplus fundUndivided 10500.00 A
Sheriff
and
Walker. of Levy county family last SundayJOHNSTOWN.. Claims and Other Resources 16186.98
have beenon profits less
Ramsey, of Alachua county expenses paid 1680.40
the case, all dav Both Danzy and Banting House. Furniture and Futures 19500.00 Deposit 390841.93

the fugitive are at large scoured, but, and All other Real Estate owned 7237.61
woods] are being
the
but it will probably only be a question of Mri Henry Vanes, of this place, Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 337.6ft

hours until they are brought within has Mrs been Alice right Hograth sick for and several:Mrs. Emma dayi. Cash on Hand and in Banks 223818.10
toils of the law. Two negro wom
the man who,, were'! In the :Moody of Green Cove Spring, were
en and one negro been: placed in jail and detained in town one day last week to see their TOTAL 428022.33 TOTAL $428,022.33

house have as witnesses and developments father and mother, Nr. and Mrs.

role of accom- Henry Varne
may place Feeling them in is the very 'Intense in Mr. R. M. Dennison and sister, :Mrs. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS. WE INVITE INVESTIGATION.V'I4" .

pikes.( the deceased being a G. W. Jones of Rylander, spent the
both counties esteemed and universally liked week-end at Worthington Springs with '
highly
; their sister. -
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, FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1918.
BRAUrOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.; STARK, FLORIDA.
'AGE FOUR

- the Hid F. E. rhllllpi and W. E. I In wltniw whereof, I have hereunto sot my
IlEUItV SEASON" : IS Elder, and it also gave splendid encouragement araliut. f., hand and affixed the ami of our Circuit Courton
work. The I'hIMin. fo'tljjp]| bepubllihed thin thtt 20th day of January A. I).. I'M-
MJAIt A l' HAND= to the Rood It I. ordered that thl.| notice '
Bradford cr.'fb. and Mrs
Telegraph of ;
County friends Dr W. T. WEEkS.
, many pastor is so zealous for the prosperityof In the Bradford County Telegraph anewupupt'r SEAL) '
W. I K:. Middleton, of Hampton, regretto publ.hed at Starke. In Ilrndford 1'1. r .
to
his work nt Orlando the church that he never tense I A. S. Clil:\\ s
'' hi. of his severe illness whichi /Havintr completed! county Florida' once each week. for five con. | .
ar
thank God for such encouragement as 2-1-Bt Attorney for 1'Iiiu. '
" entered .* him to the hos pit in connection with the ornnBe I mcutKe wee KB.
and *
Published Wwkly an M-.sitnle'i, ) taking
i 'm rendered I
; net
I of Sturkc- ( I hare hereunto
for him movement, K. M. Thomas has returned! 'the good pi-oplo In wiimim whereof
ond clatm matter I at the pout-office at i, t tal I in' Jaeksonville, and hope a to Stnrke to uwait the moxr-ment tithe I Stin.lay afuirmimVc ran do trrc'tit my. Ion, lid and nlfixi JOlh l the Beal of January of our, Circuit A. D., NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE OF LAN; .

) \J) Stal k... rioritla. 'pi'(''Iv recovery.: strawberry crop m this section. He things for, (!i..d l this year if we will I fort 1918' in thin the day ', .

VVlTPARK.Wodliwn will ,IIP on hand as usual to buy for 1>I it flu l unitr-l I C t in nil I I a itt t.-cit ptrtainmir W. T. WEEKS. Thirty,I du>s after unto hrr of em tos. ,it' i1Mb '
VVO O DLA I I III II. I will I .tv ., .
= nf ( hiist did clt-rk I KIi1rln, ase I ,
Cancel to tin- isr\M:
of A.
the well' known firm mo, G.'... A. Cinreliner' Count .lu.llliudfoid ,.,
J1.1''I"III''S.: : ; Jkhtor; and OHIHT. of PhiladelphiaWillie I cm la-t Suii'l.i.v' in! the Quarterly ( ,. V LO-G.: Florid,, nt bin ofHci> ,
2IIt.NOTICE County.
Mrs. I.iip ... 'on-I } .lieiii.r for Complainant in' t
J. C. KOIII.NSON. AHMOcUlt' lditor.It ; I'aik/ Keb. 'il.-- / Uulmcr is nt Orlando vvuitmw fl'IC Ell"I", I. < diuithniiw In th,. Town i>f Stnrki. limir, I
t t I ;-:" | nnd "(.I1, !F..d. of Alachua visit of berries nneiJames 1'L/ Mill.1 I'a-tor. County rleirleltt. for nn Order to ...1\\ nt )I'"u, u.
.d In'r paii-nts, Mr.: and Mrs.! ", A. Green. for, the first news ripe I __ ___ :. :. FOIl ft'III-1C.\ 'ION sale tIre One-Ninth undivided interest i nit h c I
" : York antI others are nt I'lant + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4' + + 4 I I>" ,.nrlm..nl of the Interior, U. S. Hind Seller' Newsom. Ruth NeiMiom Unit Alta N.. .
hen :Sunday.Mr
/ City awaiting the word to move to : office, at c.mnemllle. Fla, Jan. 11' 11118) aIm Minor heira of Carter Newnom anil,! Ln 1 .
I44! M--RC-'I--19H: : Kiley Kersey attended a HOCIUnt Stl rkp. + I'UUIICAL A:'> :>OC>CM.EMESTS. + Notice in hereby uliun'thnt John Thom.. Ncusom deceased. In and to the following I ,l lsciilud 1.

I : :Saxon; last Saturday night and reiM.it A few of berries already 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + of I.nke Hutler. Florida ""who on November InmtH lying and being In Omit, ,,, .
are
I l :1IM.M I IVL WI. r as.,. 1 K' [ ".41] I ,, t..; a nn'e time. being I quarts into the local marketand Hilt BtrRf: F.STATI'E-GRnl'p( 1. "in. 1'lfi. made. Hompntend Entry No. 01411m. County ""ritl". te>-wll. Beginning at a .1.ion .
of Raiford was brought mem.hlp In the for !sw fourth of t>E fourth ettnn 23. Section, lint Sixty chaina west of Noithiu
\1 ,. /Kstello: fiison, I it canihdHUi lor
, i r if present weather! conditions continue 1 HOUBC am of lUppcucnmilvui and )liircliy. annciuncii Iown..hlp. 8 S .n"n" 19 n.. Tallahamce I Corner of Section 125)>>)1. Townnhlp /ITi.' s. M'of ,
; a i Msiinr here Sunday. small shipments! will be mnde canclliliicy In Ciroup 1 In thu cnmlnu primary MirIliiin, hi,. flleel. notIon of Intention to make ltuncro f20> K, and run South Sixty chnnthence' -,
6tzr1- I :Mrs s. W. Hicks returned to her within the next few d.iyh. By March my 1 f.*l thnt I know thu n,,.d. of nurnmnly r.mrotilntion l'n.if. lo entablmh claim to the. West Twenty chain thence North Siv
.3 5 "..nil' at Verda Wednesday, lifter and itati In a li-irinlativu way ami, hav- land above ,eleiecrllie, before n..I..r & He.re.ntr Iy chain. to S...tlon line thence Eaul on S. r.
4 J Kith! the movement should be heavy. I } la.. on the lit day of chains to of becrlnmn
several days here! the guest In Klmn chk-f citrIc uf Ihu lloino fur the its- ut (;.amr.\lllu. lion line Twenty point '
.p..n.Iing The plants are 1'lOkinfine and lire nlon of I l1'I 7. I am familiar with Ihu procnetlIIIKI lit II reh. 1915.Ctatnitnt! I in Sirllon r2r.). Township ((71>, South nf HIIIUl ..
:'of hci sister, :Mrs. A. [ojJI 12'.I +..4If516; A. :Shelbeld: of Jacksonville- young.--- .--- ili-mncratlo, vi.U-r and. I if elirleil, prnmluBfaithful K I.. ""...."'. of Lake Hutler. floridn.W ve.yod hv Carter Newsotn and wife to Mrs. I
I ited hi. daughter, !Mrs. (i. \V. ( rcen. nvi: CENT Lix'iricE/ corner: and efficient ....,leu. I!. A. GRLLN. E Ilainey., of Lake Hutler. Florida I IC.lon V. Bowing by Di'ed dated February irn101S .
TemchHtone, of Lake Hutler. Florida and Hecoi-ded In Honk ((22)) on paw I
iL8192O.212223' ; hi.le Tuesday.Mr. -- --- E \\atiTs. of Worthington Sprlner.. Florida. I August 14th 11117\ containIng J12 ncre m>',r.
.' : I II. I.. ]'hillips i i" putting out several I'rejf. Dan Itlocker, dean and professor Hilt 5E1'RESENTATIVF.-GROEP TWO in HOUT. W. DAVIS or lra. Also be.eiinnlner Eighty chains We>., i.t tNorthenst
+ candidate
I 1"'I'lIn trees on his farm here.JJr o Philosophy at tetnon University I hurt'by announce myHflf a tifncoof 1-25-61 Re-iiliiter. corner of Section ((26). Townshn.
for tho
v 125j2Q Z121l29 30 I D. C. Phillips visited her nt I He-Land., Fla, will deliver Oroup; Kci.rom.nlutlvo Two fur ru-nominatmn in thv LrKiBlatura from ((7). S. Hanxo. ((20) E. and, thence run South South DUO 310 f fto',.,
beirinninK tthvnco
of
l, daughter, :Mrs. K.: Milliard in the Vonderbrlt his! lecture, 'Ihe high School Drndford< county subject to tim action of the MASTERS SALB to a point West 1JHI feet, thence North liMO f,...'
: ..--_ section last Saturday. Itemocratio primary rli-ction. to be held In notice in given that under and by ,
; Boy, ut the school auditorium on 1'ri-, Hereby thence East 1284 feet to the point of bi-vlnnin
;Messrs. .1. Andrews and Jim Good- day night.Iun'h: 18th, nt 8 o'clock. June lUll I rmpMtrully miteR the lurport aridrrmieo vlrture of that certain final de-creo of foreclosure in Suction ((25)) Township ((7). South of Itaiu I
of all vou.ru at call IJi-morratle primary entered In the Circuit' Court
] that lion. Chas. E. mnele. and
IH un'rl"d" henTuesdav. F.. containing 211! acrea mom or leni In
visitors 120)
(
fellow of Lawtey, were This. i is for school faithful dIscharge of duty if
especially high ftu- a m/ for Bradford County Florida. In ChaflcrrYSittinir. .... I
lens.Thin
Davis if :Mudibon will proliubly bet all 141 II. more or
( with, rci-clectlon A. D..
1 I honored of January
am day
dents but of a character that all will on the 15th 16th day of February 181S
u i-iindiflulf for riinfrrcnH in the Beiomlflmlrict Mr. j 1). I. I'hillips i wall n business be, profited or he is said to be very 12itf! A. S. CREWS. 1WI8. In favor of N. J. John an complainant I R. A. NEWSOM.

; in <>|ipnHitii to lion./ Frank visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. able in address. As I'rof. Blocker is und axain.t Annie E Uoblnaon. J. P. Robin Guardian for Sober Ncwson. Ruth Newaom tool!
Clark; whn it i.s understood will be a nttendeil church ('UUSTIlIII J()' Elt DISTRICT 2 ton. Lucy Scarborounh and U C. Scarborough Alto Newsom. Minor Icier of Carter N..w-
sui'i'Cfd himself. Kilcy Kersey a product. of Hradford County, we lire I hereby announce myiulf a cnnilidntii, for rc- ua de.fundanU." I and Laura Newsier deceased.
umliil.itr) to nom
t ( < ut Evergreen: Sunday.Mr. all interested! nnd should do honor to i li..ction to thi> nffici. of county commlnHlonerIn The undernietneel n. Special Mauler, will\ 2-16-Bt.
: mind l ;Mrs J. ]II. :\1<'''ormirk, of "our own," when they merit it by and for District No.2, nnd ....| ...tfully! 10- offer ion tale In front of the Court Holme door ,
Tiinvi.Union mtlmatfu/ that our visitors hero Sunday.) .licit the Hilpport of Ihi. Mitcra at II..> d'moemtl..II"n in Stnrke. Florida during the hunt hour ofale
invest commiltopB slurt BOtloHo Manning: were rising in the world by courage ant primary ck. >. to bi> hi'lil on Juno 4th. I on Monday the 4th day of March A. D., COMMISSIONERS SAI.E
' iifiitinjr' -*- --- worthy c-tTort to such places, of importance promiHt' If t'ltclcd to lOve, thi" came cotiHcivn'tiouH 191$. to the hiKhuBt nnd best bidder for eiinh
\ to the liottom (hut they (tctto LIST oFiYnrrT: / : ; / ,eleicrihe aituatcd in Hereby notice la given that under and bvvlrturu
noyer KirHon and, trust as he has held, for ntu.ntion to thu dutii'H of the iffiro ns I Ilha following property of that certain decree of partiti
I L the top, where It is probable irri'irul.tntuH "' 1A1') icr.its hit in the pnat C. A. KOIIKIITS: Kradford County, Florida, toil: Lola 4,
, Circuit Courti -
the
. many years. made and onh.IIln.h.
"'u "un R Dn.l. Illork lei. Into 1. 9. 4. fi. 7 antI II. -: .
,1 i nii /:nt lie lounu. >ve lour IMP .trn.UonofficTrs Plan to attend anti give him a in-Illeck, U.;:Lot '1.-2;-3,-'4-and 7. in Block ; Hradford Ciiiinly Florida., In Chancery Httumon .
TimeH-Union j.r"lIlly in Hunger' ofT following district repi COUNTY COMMISSIONFR DISTRICT 3, of Jnnujry, A. D 101". nfavor
lith day
is I The the !
iii worthy audience) to address/< and you 11 Iota I. X, :3. 4. C, 6 and 7 in Block 0 ; All ;;
' ),iciiif brunilud, nn "irnprOpl'l..ltunlll'r" have .I'C-cn appointed \,yIle., T h..by announce my nut f a cnntddaU* for the above described Iota and Works in what isknown of J. Ueuensteln CTimpany.: corporation ,-
) for the will get many times the worth of your ofTire of county cnmmiHHloncr of Ifutricto. : ; j complainant and annlnst Ii. W Hndire
Ir aumcthinir no. It him come to the nnd their ollicos will openc-d an Lincoln City, in Bradford County
" nickel. :11. t iLuwtty ant Knifcm)) nubjici to the will !' Evelyn: Hoelices. his wife Jennie Maud HotT-.
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i c puss that when some follow wunts: In'' registration of electors from th first Time Jo''ilayIor'h, ) 8th tit 8 of the ijunlifUil electors at the cumtnir c'lt'ctlon Florida, 8. per map of the or pint recorded'records In of book'/ mnn and H H. HofflTnn, her. husband ns d -
( ierinanpropinranil.i until the first 1\1'>0- p. m ; he l Juno 191 If elirttd 1 liitKmymIf > "I" on !>nKe 177 public Cal commissioner
put Hornet hi HIT over ho jells :Monday in :March to I..hl It. l> fenduntH the undersigned, na
1. if everyone does not fall in April. After that date the place, High Sl'honilluolitorium ; S/Il'Uk-1/ I. to faithfully p,.rft>rm the (]utli'. of radford County Florida E. M. JOHN'S.Special nil) otTer ant.) sill In front of the Court Hou".
c day; t'r. Prof. I Dan IJlocker; unit) oiTicu to the Uit* of my atiitity. and to In Stnrke. Florida, during the legal of salt i
r ,.. jt) \\ilh his plan und. swear that his hooks will dc opened at the courthjuseuntil everyone who favors ... .. icineinent the b..., Int<*rtmt.. of all concerned Equal Mauler.A. I Monday the 4th day of Mnrrh. A. D. I'll!
mhenic is the 'iuintessenee| of jiatiiot-' :Mjy 1st : and, culture. rltrhts to nil and no api-clal prlvllctris to any V. ONO. 2-1-Ct. to the hlRhPiit, and bent bidder for cash ,
Louis II.liHtrict C. K S.\IT. I Sol! for Comp : .Itu,,'
ism. DiHtrict No. 1-Lawtey, -- -.. : one. hand the following described> property .-
Hi II. CH\II1J'm.\! ; ):"ING I ed In Ilrnilford County. Florida 10-\\It :
r\ Lake Butler A. C. I take life method of ntinnunclntr that I nm OIl L FOR DIVORCEIn half of 8>fourth of ..... 0, twp. 11. So.i
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Now that the pliiiitiilir season No. 2- AT hl.tMI'l'ONThe :\
u can ltilntf. for County CoinmiHHloliur for Dla Circuit Court. 81h Judicial Circuit of lOunge 22 Font.
about nt hnnd 'JVIc-Kruph wishes to Strickland.Di I trirt No. :I. comiiomil, r>r Kniforil. and Lawtty Florida. Bradford County J. W. ANDREWS
'. urge upon niiidfoid: County farmersthn 'tnrt No. rrovidence, W. (). Quarterly Conference( nt Hamp \otlnir. prtcincu' ,If cltctnl 1 nhall t tri\o to Katie Gibson I J. W. ANDRPWS. Jr.
itii thi* diftiicl und thi Kcrxicu A. O ANUUnU.CoinnilHion': .
fund county KI>OI nHn v
i > of planting Brookll.lIi.1 ton Methodist church
iMiiortHMf" < last Saturday
I int-iit | on ,
?. 1 ""ml"'r of I tin I bnnnl I rtKpcctfully solicit John W. Gibson !r>
b J find fi'i'd mips. i If the war !JCOPS on, I riet No. 4-I'ulohtincJohn mirth Sunday was a ij"'at BUCCCHS. the Kiipport of thi. \01..... nt 1 Iw comlnic ""'0' Ulll for Divorce. A. V. I.ONei.

and everything) now indlcntos t hat it I'carce.DiHtrfct. The, Piesidini Elder':: was at hi sliest. lion, D W R ;DOIIIJ(. Notice. to Appeir | Sol for Comp. -.1.1 >

will, the farms of I this country will be / No. 5-Urooker, A. A. anti d'hvered Fome truly great scrnons. i The State of I'lorlda to John W. Glbaon,

f. I taxc-d to then iitiinist, to biipply the H tazeti.liMtrict' KickDitrict The meting! boi-'on" on Fiiclay'I lUSTY I hirtby nnnnuiK.i COMMIHHION'ER",,>).ilr nti DISTHICT a' cntiiliilaU.1.I for. greeting It hiitlnir' been drown by alTIiln\it tInt the I NOTICE OP <.U.lIJIlAI...:

ilomiinil thai will lamuck1 upon/ them No. fl-Starko, J. F ni/ht with a fairly) tfooil l conjrrettiition the i.ffiti* nf toiiiit n.niniJHsHincr for. dJHtrictNo De>fe'mlani. John W. Gibson in a non-re.nidi...nt Thirty elnjs after date I In..n nf. I \.' ill I I ,uto ."I
Whilewe- miiit have H ci'rtum' amount IItt'r md continued! until Sunday nifrht. Trieeople I I. I If il.ct..l I slmll, I \\.i,">( for the hot in- of the Mate eif Florida, nnd that the residence tilt Hon (itt,. A. Onrelimr nini'j, ' I
i r nf rlothiiiK, nnd c-otlon is necessary for I No. 7-Hampton. A. A.Jo'ut.h. >" ) of I llnmnton refli-cdd honor ir.to of I I.. cotinlj i Hliil on IliU I boots l I Holicitth of cal,! fondant, IB nt :t'J I Patterson A\enue. of I llriidforil county, Fleirnln for. uti < I nit I
'" up- *. KUMiort' of UK> vntiMM I in thu primary of Atlanta, tin I thnt, there I iH ,. person residing I I sell at prlxate' sale a One Third. I inti ,'. t I "
the manufacture of (c'lothc-s wefun or their line little city b> the hospinblr i i .hme 4lh T P. WALL. In the I > Slate: e>f 'I"lorlda;: : ,cn Hi'rvlcc, of n iiubpoenn hi Inn1 the entire. Interest of Htatlv ROM.. i
welt cilcl c-lolhri with n grout denl 1 1 District) N:'. K-Itaiford, J. A. \ > manner, in which they atteinled, lit",,. \ihoni wotilel blnel nniel elefenelant. I Curtis. Rosier" It?itiorit. In the fill; ." I ni, ,,. .I

j better iTiacc than w r (-1111 do without HI'onl,,i. i nd ctitertained, this meetiiifr.! L'resPitt' |" COUNTY COMMISSIONEIl: irHICT S.I and tlint find Defendant U o\er the uico of crthe'd bind aituato in IlrndTuid" cur'I'\ 1.

! Don't iH-trlc'ct. th-- fund to 1 Ii"trict, No. !Worthinicton. It. T. for In... by tiiMti'lf candidate for tot'fltyofly'ror'r'. towlfComnu
food. I lops / ; are brighter our church lit'i I unnoiineu u ..
It I is the I', foreorde'rvel. considered and nil- nchitf on N aide (if ATI Jt i
'take chiinci->n c'cittcin that may lainpton: than for ro'i'h.I..n, for Count)* C'ummmsionor of I 1)1.i |.- ,..I"
a lone Tnylor.Diitrict some' yours. juelvecl that, the said Ucfendant. John W. mud riitht of way at Huat line of W. -I h
I )c eaten up l Iv> I hI' doll wcovil.I'AICMMUS I No. )ltl--Nc-w River, (II f. ). Four aiitos loaded with some of the ill net'mi crateprimno F, Kuljict, to tit.I Ir.action,.ct..I I of I tu pnimlHu> cominK tintitinuu .> (iibson di UI'I'lIr to the ('on' lulnanl'. Rile I SEfourlh of NEfnurth of .tc I"; tup :i. I
I Hull) net No. I 11-tiinharn, i C.: Ii.U.lcrt' nosl prominent members of the to tritho dulitH of the olTico of Comiilnint, lurein em or before the 4th day I 21. E.. and run N. on 0al myn'n.1 of lttarch.t.. U. 101H. In il,.fault whereof a \1!:;, ,.....1.. Southerly, at an iinulu 71',> )'111'.1! 1 1.in
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: ri ISl: :;INti: ; MWKI( ) .. stiiike Methodist{ church attended the, t attention 1! D itt ..Y.I . '
I \ decree ,pro ronfeieieo will bo entereel uitalntit tho' : yards to point of ""If. In Sic ix I\M. ;
, = I DiHtric-t No. I 1'2: -Thorc."su, R.V ilisiness session of Conferonco on I I ..iil i I Jnhn W iiito.n: (. I I'It S.. ic 11.. E.. _contftininir_ iihnut t thrfio'hacre. __ ... .. ._,
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t'l land. i I beiiiK eleareil In Urad- I.,:inC Sunday nfternoon.,; : This irladdencd. 1 :MKMIIFK IF t-CIIODI. 11(1 Mil)-HIST. NO. 2 I..iu i ihord .red that thU notice be i ipu'II.h.d .
New is I 1 huruny announcer morlf a fur In the llradforil County Telegraph, JOSEI'IIINB: ROSIER. .
To be appointed.C. the heart of both :
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foiil eoiintv tit a rate before undream'' / 11'1' pastor anti Presiding the office of member fif Rchonl nl : n newflpnper, published, at Starke In Ilrndford Guardian, of saul mini." ,
( fd I of. New clearings are seen on A. KNIfi I'I District No.2. com.ri| .ln" Lake lI"tI'r. ItnlI county, I.'lorllln. once each week for live con I A. S. CREWS I

'4J'l'1'y hand. Almost every farmer Supervisor (if Keitiatrntion.DIUIII Mr. and l Mrs. W. n.! Young and fam. I. ford Worthinuton. rrothtunee., I'nkiitinr. ifel'rtl iecutlvt week ..v 2-1-Ct. A lIorn. .
I prominf. to piTfurm the dutioa of the
,} li.ul wild hiniU Ills holdings, but ily spent, Sunday in Hampton. -- - --- -- - .--. .-
,f I nmontr ( II'. :\/HS./ /IIMS !IIDIJH/ : : office to the bet of ability
it ho had n,.l, he bought it. Kormeilyu P. M PADCETT

.. "forty" I that was part IIWllmwas R.: II. Kutch, of Lawtey, was a business 1-
of Daniel Horec
consideieil a .drug on the market by Mrs.; Iris Horee, wife visitor to Starke Saturday... I 1 + + + + + + + + + .. .. + .. .. + +
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... estate now, to the! contrary died of pneumonia' curly Saturday: LEGAL NOTICES 4 INSURANCEFIRE '
our real ; men ; '1'eb. 2id: at her homo onNorth
( HUth land I" in demand, as every mornintC' street. S \ l.E: OPTIKKSI'l.iin I Iill' I. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I'
; Cherry
farmer is anxious to have n pasture tenderly en rail for i SiliOX'l- i i N on-5k Id Tillies.. , MIFIillh SAI KNttirt : LIFE ACCIDENT. BONDS AUTOMOBILE
I, for his stock where water can be had.l Mrs. force was :: ) : $10.75 I $1 I :!.oo g.tlOotl1 : ) : ; t. I hi 1-1 ,l.y uiviii thit I IV. .1. .:1'111".1tf | \*"- , ,
in her last; illness by her husband a ot. .1 "f Ilia Ifi ,nl ('..iint\, hliili.' nf I'li.r-;,
This in. flee II iitging sijtn, as no :\ : : $ 12.75:! $14.7r l $1:t. II)
an v number of iclatives nnd rri">irls, und'I'vthinlr iiln, iimli r anil )I.> villa ..I I 411.1. n, rlnin' wnlnf I PLATE GLASSI
I farming IK {ntolUable in the lonj? run done t.. relieve: :tlxl\ $17.7; $lti.OO! :ill.-2-:; ixiiiitM.ii. i...-n.il I out. ..f I anil ..inI. r 1h. Mill
unless combined'I with Mock ii is ing.I ('\ ( possible was :;;!, :\\II. $11.00I ) Jl.-.IW/ () ::'::1.4.:; ..r tin. C .limit" t..'nil ..r, Budr,1. I'iniiil). I'I..r.In. I -

'at r lot i"l11 has, no doubt much to Her 'suirerimrs, and to battle I against Hut :::1t'. :, UUtn I $:! !. :-. ::5.15S ;:: : ,. "./."n"1' i I.: I> ( hnnillir, ... ..Ii'Hiphiiu.) ...001'III".1 represent some of the very best companies in
: t:he ,fatal disease pneumonia.' I ( hulldlir, nnd i ill I li\ i ol I. \V \ nilnvis -
; do with I the extension of the c'ulli'llt..tIIIrl'n thuiK i proved I iinavailmir i I i and this .U5MriCMXINi: : : i \\ OIJIvSStnrKe. )/ & :Son.. ami datid. Ihi. >:.lli day ifruiIrv. I"ul" the world and will appreciate Insurance busi- II
( ver t
'I. but it i is also probable that our > ) ria.. I I, .\. II. "IM >.. will, .,IT. r foi i-nl 1,' nnd il[ your
and mother
pasned
wife U'IIYI'll
loving mil tin. Inch., ,i Io.II'r, .
farmers to "stnke while the iron to nnd itt blil.k f. r
mean tallow rly last Hut iiidsy morning in the cool at the Court HoiHi* door In the T".n nf ness. Nothing too large or too small. I
is hot. as I they me too encrireti.: ) thirtieth year of her very u'fullif.- HAMPTONThe :-1':111.' ... Iliiulfiird (',,''''I)'. llninhi, ..n M",,,In. ,
the pie ent opportunity for" lictturitiff chiblien. husband frtvnda April I tit HUH I I in attn' In I Ins n lepiil |...l.- .
leaving i four little I u many' of DrV.I K:. Micl- JOS. E. WILSON STARKE FLA.
themselves to pass without slit v of itiild (1ourl. din"- ni the, lout hour. .>fnli ,
it. It \\oiilil seem that md numbers of relatives; to mourn 1.1' tilt, 'n, \\lui I h.ldiM'll in St.t \'IIIl..lIt'. ' '. the following 'dttfciilud mil. slit' '. I nt.i ,
r profiting by would OSS'Leaves. li "|Mt ll. .1 f.I.\, ,! ,Ill.\ f"i' I tn, ".I -t i.'I it.I. lielntr tint. Ijin- III llmilfoid. ('.."n'' >'.
the lepoited scanity of labor have their time to fall, \ 'ik., v ,ill I I.. ,.1| | | ., |I. , .'I] ,of( |11,, I' t I I iiila. to.wlt Th. ff.' of I MV'i' ....iiI ) ITi
f make it impossible, to have this ->\( r.. ninth, f..t , . i "C. I nf ten .....-. of hint, III a nniinn r.. in in
; And (lowers, to wither' at the t I M '11 \ :Ii n" h hi LI' Ii .
work done and to cultivate the 1.1- I II.I ;E corner of tin NK'' of the V\\ i nil
hut 'holi.l' labor wind's bienlh I ---.-- .- 'I..". de. .erbid land in "dictum, I. TO\MMIII|, ; I
"I'eatlt'c1I1'l'1I. Ihle And stars to set I : hut all, I i- mil.I I of 1 Kanm. ..' I(0.1; I
van be had and at "PII mil Thou hast all seaonfoi' thine, I O \v .1 EI'PlflSON.:
I about one.third I 1 "'
.( ? l'l'll'e. ]"o"IIWI'ly only death !" Sh"IT,

of the neuro lUll finwhil.labor was.. t-no availableo win vvnii- Iris (;inann was born July l' 1 lh. I 'ss, I HILL FOR KOUK'I.OSL'ltE

nejrioes nod and was married I to I Daniel I levee, I mI'.IIIT. I .In Circuit Court nth Judicial Circuit of
Jntj-but I'oniliti'ins hu"o chanpred ) In 11)11 she joined the I-'II-t I I Iliaptist I .11, la. Bradford County.

nil are now working. N'eitl.er) are I church at tul'klln,1! has always I- .fames II. MiIt4.n.. Farm Lands in Fertile FloridaA
there any white! men. No drone\ are\ *""
tolerated. been known ns a womaa, pos-t"--- F K ['hllll"., W. E. >llllpi. hi. wife and

Immense big a pure mind. n sweet spirit and W. A. Miy BETTER form Ihan you have may be your.. if you'll mveatifcnte,. '
for
The prospects crops filled with energy and industry I her lull for Foreclosure. theae lAnd. nlong and near a pro..reuve ..,lrood. Your earning"
this year are very bright. It is to be devotion. her children her hu.bnnd' I Notice |o Appear topIcal will br ,more if f ,the growing rapacity of your land is
( hoped) that favorable/ season wilt, to Th.' !"':Iatfof H"rll' 10 K C. rhllllrn and greater 1 l n..e communities are rapidly developing have good schools.
her home marked tliaructciIslics '- W rI'hllllp.::. ., hi.
bless the work of IlI'luoJtrll'\ nnd were wife greeting churches and ttansportation
our I and her brmht face will I I be s.nllvmissed I 1 It lm\ln been ohmvn by airk'nvlt! thnt tho :

INMI'A'IIONWe ---L- I not only in her home hut I l.\.. a I P."1. "inlanta''fl. are F. n E.;n.- ..ll'n\ : I W the' K Slnte Phillip' \ of I II The Florida East Coast Railway

J host of lelnlives and friends.Kev. I M I ,nil, I nnd that the rmldince, of Kniil Del (Fluffier Srt.m>

\V. ti.! Law .of the (Kit-t U.ipti-t' l. '. I,inn me unknimn "t""r" than thare through h. nihaidiary comp"..,,-.-, \lodcl 1 .Land Co., Pe-mne Grant
the c-Hi/ens of the Guilford/ rhiirch conducted, the ftinei.il I sc i Ian > n's of the I'mt.il Stn'.H: of .Am. rita and, Land Co Cliiiluol.,, Co ,,nl! Okr-h bee Co -,.??. and ha. far sale
communily, extend to eveiyhody aspec I n no pr..ii ,n It.. Slit.,, nf.? n n.m| | ,tI|h.. Iwraru > I l tnd .,",t..llr} lot lariaT nn,I .truck .",.10".. Write today
in I i invitahiin I t 1 to i'ome nnd be with ,I I the i1h'rnll'nt11'. made zi it Knit . .f out'.,...4. na , ? "I!,,,?,, w".I,1, Hod 1 tar illaietralrtj, fret liter..r.r. .' Your inqiurua nnsweied promptly and
Icy I Lake eenvtoi l y. I"I! I .I ?l.ndanu, a,,,,| n .,t 11.1,,, ( I), f.nilniitii. aw ,In detol.
UH the tiiMt" Hilt """IIIIY: and Sunday in MIM" Hoi.CM. ICMVC.. to j iri"r icve ovci i h. i p Q II I..C t\\i ntv' .'''i'' \. JlrH. J. E. INGRAHAM.:' Viee-Pre.ident
11 March at our i <" -,,11|.11' meeting "lm >'. On lint inll'It.'alh h'I' Im, bind, P.inn, .' '" tl.i.r,.. ,. r',1! ..? ,i.lr.l! | not| a.l-| JAS. D. INCRAHAM S.I.. Agent
Sun.IllY we exp.it. t to otiam/c( i theCiuilfoul .' ""it l Ii i I.-...,.I i I .. '. n ,?'" l I' |.: |l.t..II'I'I !!,, ,. FLORIDA EAST COASr RAILWAY COMPANY; '
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) n'H'I"U1I". lilt I"' ..H."d..lph l . I'.iv I: 'J VI\ -
Goodies \ I I I 11111'} ,i- I I > ', .1,, ", , ?, , th. City Building Sl Augustine Florida
I I ltliitiihuiih i | ,
] Henderson and I p".' ". ; ti t.i't,'i innmvlv .",' I I', I 'p t.' .l l. b, r"e,
We are rxpettmi I I i g t to hawith us .. d"% f r tt.l., i \ i ,I" .. , , I'I'Roo"
:N'; ilMrs. |I.
)h'.<. Kll.i; "Keisev, of i" ? "?
Pr. A. :)!i. Meiinett. I II'. .1. O. Harris I i//.ie: Rosiet. .of Kaif-ul., : MiX.omi 1 ; -the kind ,. I f .i .1. er. |.,". r ?.. ? I |I., ?? r, .I

and Kev. .1. R. l KulmnU: I ". from, I.nko th mtltin
; l\Iol'j.an, of !Starke :\ii is.: PKIIMoore :: it
City! l K\eryhodv: i ill invited. ti.> \lirinir ,
of Jacksonville :Mi-l H. t t t" n
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w"II.IIII..1 basket, for the"preaiheis" your
a on Sunday, Masters of Oknhumpka ; t\\ }brotlui,, -

i'' ____ lIk. -(ieortre ( nnnn. of Savannah: I Ia;: I mouth A-' ; :' ,

BRADFORD K.lbert: Ctiinnn Worthmtrtun Spinitr! : J1 -I liqht,

three sh'Ibrolhl'E"hl"aI nl ( ;In.innKujrene '7. . FOUR SERVICE

(;flhtfln nnd I Kopnile i Criann and'I I
7 Bradford./ IVb ''JS! -\\"nrm weather MIS and
father, l K.: ( inann, Madi-on; .
brinvs busy t times with the farmer'We clou.:iinut3 that juit

: are triad to report that ;Mr and. "iiMHrMit'uf:\ i r keep you'round IiangnI

M rll. O. \V. Harry's children arc nil up tins -

and out annul from the effects of There will I be the usual scr."i *' I '. niaJd with pantryall

r' mensles.We next: Sunday morning and .'..nn.: : ;at IT MAKES YOU SMILE WHEN YOU PAY YOUR
nre sorry to know that :Mrs. A. the First Ilapti diurch. CALUMETCAKING BILLYou

M. Shaw is so very ill at this writing.We W. Ii i. I 1.\W. Put >i'. \

hope for her a speedy rccovorey .: POWDER smile at the
Mr. J. V. IMvvimU: made buDinesn smooth-running perfect condition of
a your car.
C. R. of in
Snpp Livvtey. was tli<> i.ifmt. purest, most
trip to Starke Monday. Starke Mommy on I l.lIII11'II. I economical kinj. Try YOU smile at the exceedingly moderate price for repairs of all'kinds.
:Michael Andrews the son of Mr. it dn .
9 baka
nnd Mrs. C. M.{ Andrews returned eavcay clay .
Judge J. T. Wills. of ( i"i: II 1'\' ,ii I I II'. failure "
Sunday to Key West, where' he willjoin
was visitor to tI"I'Y Thuisdnv..Ttidpro 3 4 Ymi jnve ten vats buy It. And as time on smile because
I. goes know
his company. { S. Navy. Yu layS .s he n VOU cue 1C. you you whatever:: hap.
School doped last 1 Friday with the .
result of a very successful term. J. U. KelU.v. i ,f M:,,Ii-I .r v .1 i- Calumet t. Ardtnt3 e 01.LtI4L h.ivi"'Iiyuch been pens, you can have your car put in first-class condition quickly andat

Mr. JV.. Hairy made a business bcsmess"'' visitor tn S'.i' K. I'-u, -:lav' I pnr.et, l omcialls bj moderate cost.
U : ruod Authi>ntie9.HIGHEST .
trip to UtarKe: ; Tin-day. -
Mr. C. .J. Crows was a visitor to Mr. J. E. WUxon. was a hult1l'-- \ i \i'' .>i p .-t .

an.) :Mrs. W. :M Ilarrell/ Sunday. to .lacksornillc1 Tuoiil.u'! This Is
IHt1.lill"/ ; t Lucile. I Ilarrell wag the The Autoist's House of Refuge. Come to Us When In

guest of Geneva; Itarrell Siimlny. N. ('. I'ettit of "',,1010. :itl. -il.'.1] 1 1"

t Miss! Eva: Kdwiirda I is the truest of I. I I. 0. F. meeting in Stat j".- Tu< Trouble Or Call Us And We'll Come

relatives in I.nke Hut lor this week night. to You.

Remember church ut Hradford every.

I necoriil Saturday and Sunday, iiiul nldo Roan OritHs: returned t'' l '.\n\\\\

: at niirht.Kemember. Jackson Tuesday after spendinp -.' \ Briscoe Sales & Service Co.

Sunday III'hool'ery el'ol! days with relatives.O. .

Sunday nfternoon nt :I o'clock. Every

body invited. to attend. :. Albritton arrived in Stark.

Mr. T. 11. IMwards: ) has moved into Tuesday for short visit with hi. vviii I Starke

: his new bumralovv which was. recently at the home of Dr. and :\11'0. F.. T Florida

, erected! on Worthington Springs Campbell.Wm. .

rOil'). ROSENBERG & MOORE.
:Miss I-'llon! Lynn wa.s the truest of S.ipp left Tuesday "fh'rn.,1'f..r

Mrn. W. :M. Ilarrell Sun.lav Cnl1pII'k'on. r".liifnbia.", S i L WK HAVE CONTEATS rOR 7 :MORE flflrcos AT tM! ; ; AFTERI.

"'Ir.Ialli.. Lynn and family have after spenilinir his furlouith m Starki- \:: I.-\nl 11 41'11(, I'IW'E WILL m: $S20.L ,

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FRIDAY MARC I. 1918.
BRADFORD COU\TELEGRAPH.. STA11KE: I'LOKIUA. .\\GE HVE

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Eggs, 30 cents per dozen at Cash lion N. Wainwright, of Sturke Ualance Fob. 1 1. 101 fl u, .... ......... 14.4S'' \ nrr.hl. Imtintl. during m"nthu..u.. 2 6.an:
r IVpailment Store tax iifsos ,or of Bradford District No. II i illalanni Lliilnnru .'010. I. (HUH. b.h._......... 11 oafs
F r county, was Jan. I. Iul5.-.. .... ..... .. _IK .'..HIdtirtnii I PinlHrt t1'.. ii
among! the prominent visitors in the Uurqtn iiinhlh .. .. .. .. ,,_ 81)0WitrrnnlM lljilanoi* Jnn I. HUH" . ... ._...... t I'
Bits I be Cash Department Store buys city esteiday. Mr. WnmwriRht has (Miucri. during month.-..-... ..711lllllHIU0 : ]<<.ri'lita. ilurinit mont1----------" i
of LocalInformation ..ib IMV,, ,.f all kinds. held'' this other for n good number ofyears I'lli' 1. IRIS . .-. ... :87.77 I %Wurrnhttf (iosuiMl I derma: ; month illnlillioo
IMatrirt, No. 1-Vli
and he !know' the value of IXHiilntKV 1 1. HUH i iDlalrlrt
every .Jnn 1 I. Itns :it in.34ll No. tllnlHtiri .
t > \\'. Snellgrove was a business acre ot liuiil in Ins .'mll1t1".lt'I' than .....il>ti. ilurinir month I.40Wimiiiiir Jnn 1 1. 1'-' ,_ ,7
\ I "' "r: to Oknloosa Wednesday. the owneis do and there, ; ir.I probably Lased, tiring( nuuttlt' _. i:I I' It. c..,nax itiniim. hionih I,';'Ii11'arrnnln ; I
\ tllilniift .lib. .. .. ... ... , ,,, .
1 ,
Jf no I1%,'1,1' ('/.ipablo, n----or' III t the ,;tal... 1. 1HIH 2:7.eN: iiMti. .1 I ao in" ,in nlliIliilnnri' ;,'

Mi] iilndys; Prescott spent the lie 1 is a other\ ol .I. \Wainwright: Iliilniiri .1..". 1 I.1)hldrt IRIS' No....,13_ .__ u'S,lidlicii.ti I'd I 1 I. 11.1'. 1.1 '1 1. 7I.L 11'1-I : .

Z-'M..rahif Our r..g.. D..M... enf sit J.-i nd with :Miss Kathleen Alvarez. clerk in laic lulled States I.lIIhIUII1.... | during "' ''nch. .' I ti'Wat ,. llrnilfiiril( ('onnlVs'I'I'1.
r.. .... Fe w. C... ,,. r.r.. Mr. W.unwtight and l Col. Weeks will : :;rum'u iHHUi-d tttuiiiK month . nuurIiLulra ..: ini. i 1'1.0111\1 i \ \
IVIl 1 1.: IUIS . . ,I, , ,, .. '
return to Staiko this -- - I I II' I hitilirirlin( 'loa' th enn'I i it l ? "Int wA
I Special I sale going on at the Cash motning.Game.ville .-- DUlrlol ,,
Nit 14 ,.r Ihi Ii'e'Ieln, md, |In "?, .111." ,1. I' ."d.
p Department Store. Sun. February :'JTthOeala llnlnn .Inn I, I'lls \Ii6.itInre'pta i | *-"'">ll """""" i
..
'" ihirlnit month 1 , ..
4ft;
l"l-' 'IN Illll n".1 I "I.I I t. I t. II I I. I "
1'. S :Mi-Millan: fi tends of :'11'. and l Mm.. ("\\t'1Il W.uniiito: : "i't:ituriiiic' tuinni ii----- num ktoul'-'l." tihil In.\In,f.
\1.1' a ": i IIn tn tin : : :;
i 'lire: < ,.., Hi-1 H., :Sou:" of the Jtithnii ; Miss[ Doris Lnw spent the week-end llnlllllii' I'1 II. Iii|i | |H 4,1 I I' I I' I I-I III"I I I I II
metropolis, Tuesdaty > .u n"I.I tin In, lowing ill Starke with her parents, Dr. and I'un'is. who have been living nt 1 Rai 1".lrI.1 N. 16 t'ouni, S gn\ "nnl' ', 1d I I. Ill' I I ..1. 1?, 1 nI
thi,. I..\iwtiv \\'oin.in'riuli.,,] .loiuciiiiiig in an acv :Mrs. \\'. G. Law. ford for several years, will be glad to tliitHiiro.11",1.1. .1 during..,,. I. nils ." 1.. . .. I 1:1.1: nI:I I II,, nlr"I I I ,Illlt
month
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i I'
Dr. S. W. wt bear that they returned to O'nllIlIlIt mil . --
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tJu-i'ii; ii-unt "t'a VAnrrniiti imtui'it. '
Hiiiiuiit\|' ] Day I clobiun durinir nuiiilh' i
Cove Spring, Tuoidiiv un I.UMIH'- ".. In Id in that Friday to make their home. 11 Ir. HnlHiu-o l'i-b. 1. lilts i II.i "".
coy 1'ebI'lliry'1St Pro Dan lllocker lecture at the] Mrs.
and : PHI-VIM arc doing light housukepoing M.trlrt No. Ill I
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------ -- :at t t th.' Ukhoiiu" :lire. Kandall.: of High' School auditorium night I'
Friday at the IWIIuf\ Mr. and Mrs.J. llnlnnpi' Jan I. IRIS ..
C. S. I>urlm ; wan, a business, ibitor i. 1.\\\10) when caked upon to give a February 1 Mh. Y. Kii-iiliU during month .. . I / '
I'urq1"14.: Purvis was foimer- .....,, 1
to little vviiriuniH ,1
Jackbont'lte'Iuesd.ty. talk, gave -plcniiid example of I itiirinir miinth i 1
"lluvv! lug trees from ly Miss: Ruth Honey of this oity.Dai .- Unlaneo Fi-b. 1, 1118........ .. ,"I,|
; little acornsgrow Several of the :young people of \Vado ]- la Stai. 1I1.'nrl0.: 17
Albert Dubose was: a visitor to telling that their club house attended the dunce ut the armory llnlanci Jan 1. tills ..... ,
Theressa Sunday. fund was Marled with eleven pennies. Ifiriiiilj Utirinir month .. .
Many! of us have had tho pleasure of Saturday night. Mrs[ l'\. Knight) and :Miss Carrie \\ ..rr..1Io Imuoil. durinir mood' .r.' s CO FZ,.
Dai'by returned Invt Friday from Atlanta 11..1""..' hfb. 1. lulu ._ shy;
Ford top and back seeing the modern and unique little 01.0BONES
curtain com. R. J. Patterson, commissioner, after several III.tnr'0.: tM
spending' days L
plete for $10. M. teuton, Starke. club house of the La'te'oman's with headquarters Tallahassee in Unlnncd: Jan 1. lulu .. -
at was
that business. :: .
city on K.TfliitH ;
Club and this band of faithful work diirltiit monlli i II'i
in .
StarkeVcdnesday
Supt. E. R. 1'oppcll attendi'cl the ers have just cause to be proud of Cedar Key: oysters fresh 1IoID"OO'b.\Warrant\ liumril. I. Ul8 ilurlnii. .tniinlh. 'I is t I.
their day.
meeting teachers at aihievement. every 1'1.1.10'10./ : RUBBER COPPER
o Lawtey Satur Miss Martha 'fison, of Gainesville: 19
Brymer's fish market, phone 109.) Hnlnnru, Jan. I. hue ,
day.
spent the week-end in Starke with lii
Messrs. T. L. Murphy and G.V. I people Sunday motored afternoon down a number to Hampton of Starke to fiicnda.Messrs.. M. \\'. Mann of Haiford' was VNnrrnnto llnlnneu:'I :' fib-..";711 HUH durinir iamb M i'I '," TUBES LEAD j

Hinson of Theressa attend the transacting business' in Stnrkc! ihursMrs. nl.trlrtu: Jo
business (quarterly conference of the
were Win. Allan
Wainwright and da '. IliilancK' Jan 1. IIIls. ,,'s, ROPE SCRAP IRON
) n
visitors to Starke Friday Mtthodi.st l'hurch.monll' the number Canova Wl'ro'ibitors to Waldo Sun -..- --- ".,,'11'10| tli. ( nit month. s
were W. II. Young and family .1.t F. Jay. w nrriinl. l hued ilui-liiir mouth. ', ", ,
O. L. Nash of Jacksonville, spent Colley and fainil.v, J. W. White, F. A. S F. llamrick has returned "liiilnnru .,.,. I I. ling ',," SEND IT TO US WE REMIT/ PROMPTlY
Scott OV.. White :Mrs. A. II. Freeman home after spending some timu with 1 nlrl rid >,,, si '
Sunday with relatives in Marke. Raymond Spoer anti sistl'rtiss: relatives ill Geoigia. Ilnlon'aJxn.l'luls.--- ii- I Write For PricelistP1IVSUTARMfTAI
:Miss CassieVhite :Mr. and ;Mrs. Jamie spent the week-end at Max. Ki'ci.iptn' dtirliiif "' ''nlh. ,. .?
I. A. Davis, Uul.y HUMS Etholin White w/nrranlu/ IMHIIM! during I monlh CQ
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez is !spending the and Miss Lois Peck. vine with relatives. W. M. R'hilten of Ruiford wns lialnnei' lib. 1.: .IRIS: i I"''"i;'
week in Jacksonville with relatives among the visitors to Starko 'Ihurs- nhlrlrto, jj 571.BAY:
11. C. Pruning is spending several day .Mnlnncii Jnn, 1 I.IU1N----- Ina' JACSSONVILLEFLA-

Dr. J. 1*. Tomlinson was a business Dr. Dan lllocker one of our Stiirlie days: in Jacksonville this week, attending -------- ICivi'ipin, durinir'Imiiiid monlhVViirrHiitn during .. ..

visitor to Jacksonville Monday., boys will give the fourth lecture ill the state fairMr. Tht''Ml1l1n'K Christian TemperanceUnion .Hiiliinrv J-i'b 1 I. nils month I, "
the .i lecture the ,, i II i +-W-++++++++++++++++++++'*-* *-
course t>t t High will meet next Monday: afternoon Ili-lriil :s 13 -

!Miss[ Miriam Hodman of Jacksonville School auditorium on Friday night [ and Mrs.[ A. P. Hoffman returned nl three-thirty, at the Methodist Iliilnnpi Ii'crlpla| Jtnt durinir I. month tills' I t

has been visiting her aunt, Mrs.J. March 8th, at H.dD.:()( He u one of our Tuesday: from a two-weeks'. stay church. \ n, main Inmii.l. ,iliintur, iniinlli' |n I' i It COMPARISON

H. Davis. very own boy and we [UespeuK for hint at their orange grove at Seminole. llulnn.T rt'|,. i, IOIIhdnnce $.. . ?,| i
a line hearing His subject i is! "The W. A. l1uh,, ,' and family attended 1.I limlrlol N... rl'I" | J \1t' I IN\I 111 I I i omp.iiiion, luilli. i
Jnn. .._ .
:Mr. and :Mrs[ 11. O. Smith, Mr.[ N. High Sehlud Boy and Girl :\1 e/l II 1'11. A. V. Long and! J. *'. Futon the Statt fair in Jacksonville Tliuis- KirmiiH, dm'inv ninnlh IIUS .- a i to,,;, :+: its in |1'1'10 i- ulna ipi.ilily., of ool :t

T. hitch and family motored to Supp attended the meeting of the State day. WiirninU. Iho'IO'.1| diirillir iniinlli' -i 'I M I "h"il'i lint- of
Station Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. It. B. llop.sim have ]left DenKiorntie Executive Committee in -----.-- -- --- 1111 In", '. Feb I |I. h'llI.' ,In'" ? J I
nhldet Nil. 2S i GROCERIESluu
Akron, Ohio, and lire now residing in JllclsunvilleIonday.: Mrs. I I' A. Sott t spent Thursday in 'Hnlnliri. .Inn' 1 1. lli'| s ]11 i 11' :

Uiivvson luivis of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, where :Mr., Hopnon will Hampton uucil I df Mi. i. J. V. Joursand VV Ilic. a1| l<.,doom, ,, to,inlh, r. i i :4.: need Ihrnr-I ve !::
Starke with his have charge of the state for Dr. O. L. llaynes and a party of Nil m" i not )1",1| ,!1n, ?? mouth "
-I|" in Sunday in pa- agency Will K.mimeint IliLumr .I'. t h I. ', ihent.ftrl .
II'I
::: :+::
:Mi for the l.oodiifh; The Co. Mrs Hop- friends; spent seveial days recently on I I'
ic-it: and :Mrs J. R. lavi) _. .. IHnliIrt S.. J"
-'' -- - 4- and
son .pcnt the day ill Starke Thursdaywith a fishing trip at Lake Geneva. ? "" ,Inn '. 1'1' I' : .\ i ""'I'.II'IIIJ.I our goods: +

Kuli-Mv-Tixm: [ AntUrptie relieves friell'J' ,;. It" ', -'nnInuu. i ,, n,,.ml" I + pi''u''s \\ i ill u I lie 11. you vv I II I + -
\\ '" i ,",, "| .1'10, ., ., ,
Hh'lIl11al, Sprains. Ncurnlffiu, etc. - -- :\1. N. T. Rich and family motoredto CLASSIFIED' I'', in., I.I I ,I'I'i, ? 1InI I I. I :J:: KNOU \\ liv \\oh.ivr Ito fe.ti ;t

Mrs. Henry F;. Freeman, of Tampa, Ju'ksoll\'ilie today to attend thebUte H-In' I I s,, ..: I
is visiting hive: moiher-in-law, Mrs. A. Fair J I I' .' I i i , | n 11 K i: -s ntuir STORK :+ ,
K. K:. Kin!!, of 1'alatlta, who is has 'I'M,, ] iIq1, mil. ,.?. i,'I.l,
< ',Hitt.i oath,t the :\IUI'lIill!: Post of II. 1'1'Cet1t811. MiFreeman) just : "'T\\ i +*+-H-l++ >+*+++.H-+++++*+4
.
: fioin her husband of Mrs.V. !II. FOIL \I.1 : I.n I
.. le'.uini'd iihit to The many friends "" st'ar'' '']
that Stark '
( iu \\ i- in Tuesday..
Copt, Hem-v E. (Freeman at Camp Miner will be glad, to learn that sheis 'Ii' .1J'' .. ,vane. I:. ." ?' "auke: , -1

Whet.!lor. .
M.... "I i-. L.V. Sow'oil and. J. M. steadily improving.J. I
nut< .- \M! ' ) i Iold, ,! , ,
: i 11": 111 'i">,1! "'Mlilioi
Shun, .1 lr: of! Ill'onkor! were business
\i'itoi tn St.irke Tuosclny.T Mrs'ill Kammerar of Philadelphia .K: .Adkins, of the New River sec. ( I 1..1.I \Vviin, : I"I: 6e., ( LOOK YOUR
i is visiting her sister i Mrs. .I. V. lion was a business visitor to Starke: I BESTI

Jones of Hampton. Mrs. Kammeraris \Velnesduy.Mrs..1., FOR SALF./ :: Fine cow, now nnlkini'!
T:\(' (" wire held at the school
auditorium, l In-t Kridny commemorating remembered by many friends in N. n. Hull. :j.H-tr. I 'rv woman" lioul.l in.iLi the most. n.I( tier. |personal "I'p"H.lIlI"| | I,
Starke us :Miss Cora Nichols. : M. Tatum and daughter. I r
GcorgcVoshington's birthday !Miss I.ucile spent Saturday in Jack WANTKDiood;: mum to wink, mi L \\(111".1/1 i / olfeiKr In |11.00111,1.|.. vv lirre lirnnty" can l lie r-.iuly .it to

:Mi. and Mrs. B. E. Newsom arc sonville. farm married man prefoireil, ,!. II 1 l.uncd
club
The
Monday evening sewing
moving from Middlehurg to Starke.Mr. I.. Stephenson Starke Fla. ;\\.1.1 t '
the home of Mrs.J. I banal l hlanl'hc'I he.iuly liul lliese liel.irpclv
was entertained at for are Ir'al t'n'IIII1'" to ran
Newsom expects soon to ]leave Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Yarboroughspent --
]1'. Tomlinson, on Walnut street. service in the army and Mrs. New- Tuesday at the State Fair in FOR SALII:-Desirable vacant lot two 0"u olllr' by using! ourTOILET

som will make her home with his pa Jacksonville.J. hundred by one hundred feet. Town
Prof. ( left for Atlanta
.
George I.ooney rents. lit Hampton Flu. O. K i:. I'rim-i', PREPARATIONS
] Ga., Friday after spending scv.cral H. Groover well known citizen Dado Flu. :!-15.I'Lt.I
months in Starke. Miss Willie May, of Stewart, is visiting of Hronker, was n transacting businessin City, . Nil me iniiiiK 'lliroiiKli'' life with. a .uirv, rough skin ashen it tan

her sister Miss Frances May. Starke 1 hursduy. FOR SALE-- IIM7 Konl in good ,niiulition he! uill.lr. -montli and I fine I'mii'lr*. Molt tie". 1,1..1.-1.,1. ami! ..illikin I!
Mi": M.ilii-1: Edwards, of Gainesville The Missc.s May are stopping at :Mrs. .
I :Must be sold at on e "'i: .u'i -
l spi-nt the week-end with her sis- Stewait's private boarding house on :Mrs. Mary I. Smith, of the Trad- count of nw'ner being called ft,," "' r '"|1'11"11' rimuvcd You d.'ii'l, Ii.,IMIn "IIIIIIrr-lh"m.

tc r. :MiAdkins., Walnut street ford County Abstract Co., loft Saturday tu')' duty. I K. A N'WKIII1I.1,1.: / 'dl'j II viu, ".lIIt hl iiniiii\i| .11..11'1..1\. '- sour' i ...1III'1.| .XKIII, errMitchell's
for a business trip to Tampa. :i I.I I IFfllt
Tiiil"e .1. ft. Madison: was Col. 1'. I. Peek is attending the She returned Tuesday. I it,, nrn Store /.t i
Kelly Stale Fair in Jacksonville and is putting \ M i, Drug r't/ :: 11In
a M-'tui/ p tn. Staike t Tuesday and, wus a for Brulf'rdCounty 1 K.\ |1.1'- Fliiriilit 1'1'1111111,1.:; .I.spiralling ,
,
in a good I word : I ram l\i\ l II"l l\. ill \IIh..II', -i Jj/J
t.';ir' -t it the home of :Mr. and Mrs: A. vvherevor opportunity offers! it :Misu Carrie, Uglnvv left Tuesdayfor kind; :9.2.00:! / / per loll; ,om,, 'j| : _
S. 1"\\''. Jacksonville where she will he the <" ., s::::
self. bundled' tiny velvet be-ins, ..u''I) pet| i iluij w
nest of her sister, Mrs. R. L. McDow I' =
; Ked fob Seed Corn :f' ,0(} \P'I> i

V ]I' Rol 1's mi. of Jacksonville, :Mrs R. V. Turner and daughter arc ell. bu. K.: L I 1'rne, Mi-Intosh 1.'Ia.. I I .
in st.nkiSunday/ on visit with Mr. Turner -- > V IATTKNTIO.V -- -
v :1" u now H'sidmg at Dmsmore, ---- (
:Mrs\ K. Powell is heilaughter '
s. visiting
.. I ___
r.'Iitis' lie vvni nicnmpiinleil' home1y bring in the employ of a large lumber ----- ----- -
Mrs. T. G. Carter, ofi"OI'gilllll1.
( '
vviii and .child, who hud spent the company near there. ( : IKK! KAISKItS:; [: :

1i'" 't[ nook ill the city. Thorough-bred" Red linens Ionl'1: I!

Wrn. Wainwright, of Camp Johnston :Mrs Alice Thointon, of Raiford is ( registered; ) also thorough-lucil I'o YOUNG TRADING COMPANY

V 1 K:. 1"I"'I.t." ' a well known farmer ./Jacksonville spent tin- week-end spending a few days in Stnrkc with land China boar. Service fu r'ithee, )I IA I

and tau, ,Lotion of the I I.tikc Butler section in Staike with his parents, Mr. and relatives. $ at; my farm, 2 miles noitli t of ,

wa-: tiansnrtinjr\ business in Mis. N. I D. Wumwright. i Starkn. on Sanderson road I'liul 1-.1: | We have bought/ large stocks of

Ktaike Tut-day. P. S. McMillan was in Jacksonville Canova. 21 f-tl.:
Mrs. J. II. Fields of Palatka, returned FERTILIZERSHAY
Tuesday'' and reports that large. crowds !

C D. CJunn county agricultural homo Monday afternon after were in attendance nt the State FanHe 1'. STRAYED-Heavy built red, ..ow. unmarked

nirent./ i is attending the State Fair and spending a short while in Starke with !, thinks Urndfonl's exhibit is one of unbranded; also small black
IN' as-i-tinif :.Mr. F. M. Rivera in the her parents, Mr. and Mrs II. S. the bext at the fair. yearling marked under square ill

'k'I Powell. right and straight in lift CORN
\ mnmiiri nit'nt of the Bradford County ear split
tI!;!. exhibit' !Messrs. )David Jones Jesse' Iran. car. Cow has young calf. Detain
b' - Miss Marie Livingston of Gainesville ; nen and K II. Govvin well known citizens and notify A. ('. Crews Starke, Fin OATS
spent the week-end in Starke of the Hampton section were Reward. 'i 1 Ifi-'Jt.:
:Mi[" I 17 .\ Barber nnd children of with her parents, Mr. land Mrs. Geo.C. tiansucling business in Starke Tues .
--'--"-'-'-' SWEET FEED
i of lust week
) .T"n.,1'" pent part Livingston.
day.
w"T' r r: Id"'I"smothel'! Ansric 1.0'lT OH MISLAID
"
.
1 ----- I'olicy( No. nrtlua.I.2-.i: -,.(1-7-H.1 I i.nurl. hy
fie ,II'' ,M', Mrs. Chas. Williams, of Jacksonville (:ii,
spent several] days of this week I 111" :Mutual Life Insurance I.'n? vvii i on Ihillfn of John. 1..(..'InrliTho ,
llnilir will 1.1. ii 'turn It to Hiun
1'1. (I'. I 11,. f. will meet next Wcdn at the Home of her parents, Mr. and ,I in the i city, during lust week looktm 1(4( .1"n.'rI. | | PEANUT SEED

,' '! ', ,moon the ith; i inst., ntIhi "'S. Paul E. Canova.When nftei,. Hi' interests of his company An nnplknli" on linn' I IM.t II miiili* for the, I tn-,
: :
1' ',1"1 "k, ut the home of Mrs. A.V I He was the' guest of Jon E. Wilson suing of n lupin I till: I' CHUFA SEED
IOIIV 1. "'l. \IIK I
i. iv'. you need 1 a good monumentsee local' agent for the company. 2-8-rt liuldvviu, Fl.i I!,

B. C: Scarborough, Starke. .Spe We to of these
--- -- '-" are going dispose goods at greatly
:Mi ,. .\ 1''inand] Mrs. Katie Floyd cial designs, for W. O. W. Phone No.CO. ; Mi-s: ;Margaret Ilurleigh, who has, ---1, '
; N
Sri'r.HlsrhMM; 1 I' IINAMIU:: sr'rhMKVT
left Mondav: mm'ninjr! for Augusta Ga., ItM. be' n att nding the State Fair in Jni'k-, ; ('lit..-sn .S) 110(11. H MIS reduced prices during the next ten days. These

whet.th"I \ will visit Mrs. Prices s' nville, !returned home Wednesday! ----.- I
grnndun. 'Star PI' l'". who is stationed II. Jordan, of Biloxi, Miss., is as- afternoon, and reports that Bradford's. Monthly I''111",mm. I,1, '. "" it ....r llnilr.tl,, I goods are fresh, are arriving daily and these prices
II. in conducting the exhibit stands right with the best County fur th" m'nn6' ?f Innn1' y I 'I *
) at a training camp near Augusta. siting W. Young up ; ; : I will he low Get
tlusincsq of the Young Trading Co. (,f them. .Inn' I. I'U- II'; I Ifttffdplji Il
Mr .and :Mrs. ti. V. Dover and Miss -- I l>urn.r Mnnll' ?"'ij. 11, Our warehouses are constantly being filled with
MM. Annie E. Young and daughter, While filling hiM tank with gaHolinWednesday Wfirrnnt 'lnHtiiil dorm| .' in, .ml, I, vl| ',

for Ovelln St. )Dover Augustine! It.ttIonday:They will morning spend, !MisaVillieFuy Ivey of Hampton night Supt. E. R. Poppedsufferc'l Halancf lib I I.Dlnlrlcl Irvin! .o. I Itlnlanrc Irn I 1, ,-1 I I fresh goods. and are being emptied as fast as they
: burns his left hand
the week in that city and Jacksonville. wore visitors to Starke Tuesday I when the severe lantern exploded on and set fire *>[ttn Inn during 1. I'HK month ."-' iKic ",;, are filled by customers who have learned where to

? The to the gasoline. The W..rr""I. 1..1 "urln" m'."'II, ....
Are you farming thyear : otherwise . go to secure the freshest goods at the lowest
:Mri. J. C. Wills returned TuosiUy front !but llnlann- b I. mix 'i prices.
scarcity of labor is otfsct by !Using u Sept! was burned I'Utrlrl: Si 3 I

from a visit! to Philadelphia and was riding cultivator. Let us show you. no damage was done to the cur orgai.ige. flaane! Inn t. PMH,' I K I'. We buy goods to sell..-not to keep on hand...and to
accompanied home by her daughter Starke Hardware Co. ICecriptji liirinw. mnnlli.. I'I! I
:Mrs. 1-:. II. Smith who will spend Wnrmnt i liMiuHi luHni' nn nt inalanrr do so we are satisfied with a very small margin of
with her Dr. tit. 1 I. Iltis. :8'i"I I IIllatrlrl '
some time here parents Madam, : Detroit Vapor Stoves Quite a number from Stnrkc wentto Nn. 1 : profit. Come and convince yourself by letting
and Mrs. J. c. Wills. !burn less oil; no wicks. The cheapest (.lIwl" ,' last. Saturday! to attend the Pah'ner Inn I I. HIIK. in i 1 1Ititnlpr i us

in the long run. Starke HardwareCo. Bradford, County Teachers' Association 'Wurrnnl" ,1",ir...,nIt,,I min during, Ir rii'ntl., p. .. M I'I*" ',,>, fill your order whether it is large or small.

Tol and :Mr. A. 7.. AdVin and ationif the ra ;y being Supt. K.R. :. Ualnnm' t.i,I.. I Int5! ; '.
children motored to Gainesville Thurs- Poppdl, Prof. S. S. [howling MM.J Illilrlrt. N,.. i iPalann YOUNG
, TRADING
day afternoon, and returned home Fri- Mis. Maud Bnlhngto.j' Rooth wa: T C. I'onpell Misses D.lle Stroman, .1 I'in, I IRIS" 11" COMPANY, STARKE, FLA.
R4rMr mon'I I .
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da yaftcrnon. While in Gainesville I guest at the hmi of Col. and !Mrs. C..1 Frames :May Doris Law Lois Peek. Wacrun1 1 i rr.ir Hi"..it liiMn, i.l I u:,|,,,, I
thcv'vvire quests at the home of Mrs. L. Peek while in our town last Frldl'')'. Also the Starko Glee Club were in at- Bounce' ,I.I,, I I. I'HH It' II'

M. K. Edward. -- -- ------ Icndancu I with their director It. JJ. Dl.trlcl N,,. -. -
Palnnr. Inn 1 I. IUIH IReel6t | -
Mr. J. J. Banks and family, of the Law. 'er'ng' ""'nth. I

:Mr and :Mr.[ .J. I.. Vrigs, of JacksonMllo New River section, were visitors to Wurriii "I...i.d ilurina mi. I I'
while Starke Wednesdaj, the UaUnc.' ,I' It. 'I. I91H i iMxlrlct ,
were in Starke a short Col. W T. Weeks, of Starke !No. .. I I
:Monday: on their return to Jacksonville veteran ci'rk of the ,circuit court of Raton. ,Inn I. 1018ffacciM "

after spending their neytii-on J. II. Tolhert:, on- of Hampton's enterprising Drariforcl: ( mnty is one of the promInent . .ti irintt. "", nth __ P 3l

in South Florida. Mrs. Driggs wciJ mf'r..hantwall a business vi-it "rin the city. ('01. W<'( k < I Warmf,. ''xivd ilurlnv month 1' :
Balance' tub. I. I1I1R . I
Starke Wednesday. ,,
formerly :Mrs. Ada Turner. visitor to is one of the most deservedly popularmen I M.tricl !Ho. 1 I' I l

In Bradford county, and while h,' IlilnnffJnn. I. fill .. .. __ _. iRr I/ ThootancJ/i of acres of our FlorUa land
took an escaped I. I. Cone of Gaine-ville, was a visitor has reached hill four score years, he is I Ipu iluHnir. mnnth . J ) I will be planted to Cotton and other
Sheriff Epperson Warrant II
Inurd. .
Starke Tuesday.L. daring month i illalanui AA
to "r.1 "
convict back to Gainesville :Monday to as hale and active as many men Feb. I, lam ... .. l ITIflld Crops the coming snaaon. Prupar -
work on the public roads or busi- twenty years his Junior. He has many lll.lrlcl, No. jtrl7r tP1' %Uon of mnll U most Important and /
resume H. Hill of Lawtey was, a friend in Gainesville who are always Palane. Jnn 1 I. tune .. Inn| t. should begin noTbem book.
Alachua county.G. ness visitor to Starke Saturday. glad to see him. Col. Weeks I'revtptn during month : :: 'i a'I I new
tell hoar tbU ihoulil be done
and
1 Warrants ,lnaWNl during month.. nen'U.lanee gluufgairtlona ".
Standard had the pleasure while here of meeting rn' I I. tills .. .. .. II", .I ', R : for splinting" IcurtlTatlnr.
M. Sistrunk the local[ The Columbia Woodmen will meet his cousin, Hon. I:. H. Weeks of I"'rlol N. 1 I'i- 1 ferttllilntf, etc. Free to .
Oil man has received word. that the tonight at the Masonic lIal1.I Hawthorne ho has for years been ".IDn.... Jnn I. 1918 ., .. .*.. .._ N: at, KroweriW1I
is! shipping him a huge International chairman of the Alachua county school H. .'lptN .iMMijf. during month .. n', n.W"oranh >U>.V A TOOMFJl FCnTILr/FHl:: CXI.Manufncturari .

company truck for use supplying. I Break your Cold.] or LaGrippe with board, and the two talked) over old 1 IHHIWI during month n'n' II E eT Meal FortllUtr.
his territory with oil. This truck few dose of I. timen. There i n not twelve mrinthv'rditferen.e Daliinro' Fol I I. I 1'IIHlli.lrlrt I -7 I. Jacksonville, Florida. )

will have a tank capacity of 2;i", (rat- I I a -- -- in their ageand; both areh"ni II.'onr.. Jn I I. J"| No 'I /II I- I I IUI l "u'e"aaY1551atslasllilr'. /

]Ions, and it i!< the company's intention! lion", :' f, ,, '. t th.' I I. ". ... ,'' 'he -chool ,n-ii (onfi.ilerii'i. u'teranuse I "- I/r.r. i '- ,. ,'J ni. n' S I II

to-trnnk's arid part territory.of Clay county to Mr hn- | audit[ "num u.'"n n..MjJ i : Ojnight: 1 ville Sun' February 7th.. I I vrrr', I., .d| dat "" ,4'









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FRIDAY MARCH 1, 1918.c .

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA.
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-Bradford- County Farms rnd F armers\\ I






.11'-111'1'0"" ( To Cure a Cold In One Day.
1 I I "II!! \,1., iiml, <1 will \bo utili/in," I lot ,nl i i 1- in in ne.iilj ' .
) :. tin' "ntln"'J\ Quinine
nsi: L.XATIIHOMO It
\ishii ; 11I- i i "
' M\I: IIH0111 r-H: v ii \M E: i i\i.I: xU I 1'.1; I I'lll \ 10MIII'MI.VIS I h-1 : 111 in i\ci I eton' Tok. ,. ,
,
Ins land i III "i w :is whifli dot's not ing: C iiih,, And Hrmliiche nnd workh M
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\ 'I I. VKM: :\1. \u siKM I: : : ;: :; l.IMIiri: ) I of the umnli\,'. planting food and t f"'d crop : i.uing !I"i >k'Kt! rHum! monry 1C II Ini < tK I
Kobi: \ I 11 ei l>mii i I I'e, ill mo asa --" "IM' I In ,n 11 --it < s livestock has biouubl, 11-, w. uKOVi'a sipuatura on inch 1, ,i

"! I.ah..r.HulnC! Implement' .. \r,' I ...,.d! iiinvit- who Usually buy' tlie.r;" I lorida i.op. lit taiily' J full-' ; toplanl I IIU" ('J "I' doneiiil; : 1 ;MeXdoo that tnuispor-" has alju.d condition mote about.C'lenr .
I of and le.ulv a wattling" :
will I potiit'i diaws or vines foi' the a good si/.ed I'llch|' me .
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\rliinliiueSovon CO.
In dri'iit 1'ilK make it JOHN WHITE & .
dill ulties m may
i u-on'pl.inliiigs. should \locale their snvs it alwavs puj'.; him for his trouble. i I tat ion < make the '_ '
and
dillitult if not impossible, to supplyfood out the stumps LOUISVILLE, KY.
The The his rice yieldedhim 4
nml himii IIH convenient. ,pusl souson
years niro ;Mi sin. C'. It. -uppl.v" as to communities! this Clear l IK Ids
feed promptly year.
and fields larger
he
and
''illlltllti..nHl11I"I'd shipments into thirty bushuls to the ncrp il
Slink" from NoithweHtorn / upon Liberal' assortment
nnpliments -
Ed. Neul riiino ID of Inrgei
hns been selling tho surplus at $::1 j per, that neglect to provide their own no- will p..I'mit th.III" '
theWm. the Stale ] from to county ,
am lounty full value paid
(;Jenrcrm. They Imuirht tcssiiie-, ,. To sny. the least, the drain to ..If-ei. the shortage "f lal" nd
Unilcilull pl.m!: unit (west. of I by 1he State 1'lnnt lloiird may bushel.iti.i.it' that ------- "
I town contiiimni; ';.Hi)\ ) .i< "ios of land nnd ,serve to cut otf' tho customary source, on. transportation is M> heavy for hauling any The Tc Ii'gi" iph--thc> c.ouul.v: papi i icontains :: FURS w.
1'he*, restrictions have: : : : si )I.IR; : iticorr.iir OM I.: optional requirements milnews
Ioelnw..11 pro\nle'l uith sto<'k >ilimplement i>f supply. South will bo an all IMMate. and :Nut: i<"' Hide. and
the :
food and feed to :'
"I 1 been pint'oil on shipments in an elfortto lll.NDKI.l: ) UOI.LMtS IN: MAUM-: '
1 .H, l hC' ni I l'al'lIIin-: """ actual embarrassment to the Government ; as \vill :i-, doinjol thi' :'arm God Skin.
IJ.f'II' control the spread of the) sweet potato
Neiil Jims. (
I
partnership, as
of the
I' they ha made some inislakcH., as rv I of discouraging) the growing of sweet last. Saturday for SUM that had been The Department contribute( materially
potatoes in thu State.WAI given in pajment for one beef steer.Tho asking the South to
fnnni-r n man may
matter how !good u food and feid
HARDLY
_.. to tho Nation's;
i l hI! in anol her stiile, many t Ihin)\'n mtiht nfouT -- -- beef was hutchc'ird by U.! J. Aldermnn l/ut is aitkinthe South only
nut of the section, ami supply /
lie Icnrnril anil unlearned in i'l) ridi. Hrocklyn
Hut they profited by tlic-ir mistakes ( 'ICU IBFH Kl'ST sold to :McMillan; liroa,, tho Call street to feed itself so thnt it may not become

und arc now mutters i.f their culling market men. Tho meat brought $!Hand n burden upon the foodproducing which must( STAND ALONE
Nrul Urn rultiviitn aliout' *'> uoreflof Wide nwake truckers: are watihing the hide $!>, making nn oven hun. sections of the country in
f' utmost
l.ind ami ilo almost till th woil; their cucumber patches, for the firut dred "bucks." The steer had been i strain their energies to the and main -
themselves. ThiH good showing is I ecnuse. showing of rust, more properly called pastured on velvet beans and given a order to feed the Armies behind From Headadbe HOUSECOFFEE-
of wide-gunge! impl"iivnM with downy mildew. It occurs quite com course of feeding on cotton seed meal.I tain the civil populations Terrible Suffering ,

whirh they cultivate. Afti'r the crops monly in Honda and the best way toward The meat was as tine as any of the them - Sideache. Backache, and Weakness

nre up n weeding' harrow ill run over off attacks or prevent the !spread beef shipped in from the West. A GOOD VlECI OF DITCHING Relicred bCardoi
tho plants which eradicates whit of the disease! la to spray. Use ,refehly- Lea ton A. Wynn, of the Graham ,

prigH of grans may have started mude bordeaux mixture 4-1-50 for. section lately made, .a sale of piga Mr. L. C. Powell has lately com Sa,. Thi Texas Lad,.
and later a two-horse riding cultivalorin mulu and apply it us oon a? the plants and beef cattle that deserves! special pleted a piece of work; that will prove -
tiBpd or u wiile-cuttinu IK/IRU l.ce, put out their second) leaves, repeating mention. Hi sold 19 head of beef for of benefit not only to himself ASK YOUR GROCER -
great
whuh implements Ito tho work HO per.fcctly it every ten days if the weather is $1000 and 20 head of one-year old but to his! neighbors It is the deepening Oonzalee. Ter- Mrs. MIDDle tali

: I that l I.ut little hoeing- necessary. humid. He careful to cover the leaves pigs for $ SOO. and widening of tho ditch running pot. of tM. place writes r "Five :yearsago

The cultivation of alllI..nH, C- of the plant, both the upper and lower Tho Telegraph recently told of G. north and southeast of his etill. It was! :I was talu>n with rain In my Free Flower SeeU
cept potatoes is practically flat. Thu sides thorougly with the spray. W. Harrison of the Duko.s section, intended for the tapping of some ponds under BIT
ground previous to planting I U t roken --- selling one pork hog for $i>7. i end and to drain the> land left Bide. U was right Hastings' Catalogue
I at its north
CHICKS ARE nEST wIth an
inrhei and KARLY TheMe sales' what the Tele, left rib. It would commence
up to a depth of 10 or 12 prove along its course but it has hitherto
all trash 1 is hurled HO dee,. that it will 1 graph has been .saying to our farmers been too shallow to ilo much good. aching and extend np Into my left Tens You About It

not interfere with sufoHrquent. tultiva- Late ChickAre Caught by Hot I for years-that there is more money Now it illl 1-2 feet deep in places shoulder and on down Into my hade. No matter whether you farm on a

tion. Nothing Is burned on tho land; Weather andre .Stunted I for them in stock-raising than any. with o bottom width of 4 feet and has! By that tuna the pain would be 10 largo scale or only plant vegetable
stalks nnd weeds lire plowed under. to thing elMe.Jo'ioritia been extended about half a milo from in small neetJlIastings'
way you
to lied flowers a
take or
to
i make fertiliser. The deeply worked The> University of Florida extension .' is destined to be a !great Alligator canal allowing all the lowlands severs I would have 1918 Seed Catalogue It's
A'i soil aliHorlm and holiU nil t'm rainvter :,- division 1 i.s urging increased poultry stockrnising! state, and Bradford County : in the neighborhood to be drain and suffered usually about three daya ready now and we have a copy for

'; fulling upon it; there ITno production and) calls attention to should lead the.state in this line. ed. The effects of such a ditch will be . .1 Buffered this way tor three :yearn you absolutely free. If you write for It.

1 J. I washings and| "Bcaldings, ," lie) suffering tho fact that early hatching other this DASIIEENS: GROW WELL HERE I felt miles away. and got to be n mere skeleton and was mentioning tho iiamo of this paper
from lack of moisture during spring will go further than any
. \ BO weak I could hardly stand atono.! la addition to showing you about all
drouths. Full burns anl well fed! animals one thing toward bringing this! about. Tha Oulnlna That Doe not Affect the HeadPrcnu'eof Wall not able to go anywhere and bad the varieties of vegetables farm
.' to It wants to seo on farm thu A. Stobo who lives two miles west
I testify that the land responds every Its tnnic unit laxative. effect. LAXA to let my houpa work: go. .I suffered grass, clover and flower seeds, our
ri IMjV: j tho good( tilth it receives.Neal summer birds! that were hatched early of Stnrko, likes tho dasbeen as n food TIVK UKOMO UL'IN INK 'la better than or.linnrr. awful with a pnln In my back and I catalogue' tells how you can get free
\ llron, scout the idon of fiirm- enough to reach an ago where vigor and food I crop. lie planted n smnll Qilfnme ami cloe* not cnue nervnunnvtv tull and nor had the headaclio all the time. I Just five splendid varieties of easily grown,
the nnme
buying their dratt nnimals. They is insured) before hot weather comes patch tho past season nnd! they )'ield-I ..n""ln heml. Hememher My lIfo
i'rs ( look lor the iiitnilure ot U. W. UKOVB. juc.SIE wan unable to do a thing. yet beautiful flowers with vihlcli' tl<>
keep a jack nnd raise their oun inulen.ItexiileH on, before, that season when mites and I ed nt the rate of 41)0) bushels was a misery ruy stomach pot In aai homo surroundings.
beautify your
I ,.' haMiig enough .of mulct for lice begin preying on the fowls and aero giving him n libernl supply of I : 1'I-\-t'l"TS: \\.ful condition ciiuned from taking Good iteeils ct almost every kh,,'
their fanning operations, they h.iveBold before the "summer rains!! sot in. It the tub'rMlrR.: Stobo h,>s found that I For immediate acceptance nnd so much medicine. I suffered BO much, nro Bearre this season, nnd 3011 < in/ >
scvrial hem) and! hiivr- colts almost VMints birds that will have matured tho dnshcon works up fine with flour the given! all .
cnsh with the order I can furnish pnln. I had just about up afford to take <'hanreq! in your MI' large ,enough to break in. Thefeitilier eailv, enough to begin their 1 lying. ( in and, makes excellent bri'sul, and ;Mr.Stobo N. C'. fiat ,Mne peanut nt $2.00 per hopes of our getting! anything! to help I i upply. Hastings'; Seeds aro Uepemlablo
: giitheied from the .stables} the winter tune. It wants Ih.II'kle says that ho has I boon feeding bushel. of twenty-five: pounds f. o. b. Hoedi, tho kind you can nlw,i'
cow lots, hog ,pennnd ihicken houses of the laying hen to ho Rounding in thocause Ins horse on boiled dashcvns! for some I Itim" i, Lowell. Tho quality this year is oxtra me.One Jay a BIrthilnr, Altuanno was depend on Iiavlnit "good luck"lth.

is alrnoHl enough. to supply the l.ind. of, freedom when snow covers The horse is ns fit nnd sluekis I| good. All orders. filled the day thrown In mr yard. After reading You nro golntt[ to garden, or f\i i ithM
They have hogs ill large numbers the battlefielils of Kuropo next winter.The any oI'n.!:fed animal. in the received its testimonial! I derided to try Car- spring. Why not Insuro IIU't.i in

so many, in fait, that thl'YII'" seen extension division wants thefnimeis FRii/i:7r.\M U. T HALL Lowell, Fla. clul, nnd am HO thankful that I did ) far BB possible by starting: with nilKht "
l.vc.rywh..1.e. '1'hey aie nioilly Ileikhhirps to get nuiiv fmm tho old custom : : ::; : ioLL \\ :"O'lIItI'Y'1 for I began to Improve wlieu on the seed 1 ? Don't tako chances tl. :

l uluch I the Nenls .clinm me the of id-laving) hatching until warm second bottle. . I am now a well' do not linvo to In needs.AVrlte .
I r" heaviest of nil hogs for their si/e nnlthu "spring weather is assured, for this isso :No Reason to Itelicve 'I lint the GEORGIA FARMER woman and feeling fine and, tho euro jon tortay for Hastings': 19 ,
I iiinckeHt to ni.itine. :\11I'hlth'n Kite I that hot weather' catches the IVbt Has lieen i\Uriiiin.itcd:: I bos been permanent for I It has been Catalogue It's free and will both Interest

I t ion is being paid, to the hugs; they always buds' at n tender age and their growth Caution to I'jirnurs I two years since my awful bad health. I and help von to succeed 1918IH.
h.ive a supply. of .cli-an cold! water is delayed and<1 they become stunted. I I will always jirahe and recommend G. HASTINGS CO., Seedsmen

,aie" well housed, mill me given ,laxatives Such pullets do not begin laying until Washington, 11. C., Feb, 27.-It isextremely NOW GIVES FACTS Cordul." Try Cartful today. :E 2 73 Atlanta, Ga.-Advt.
with their food, to keep theirbouels tho following spring, nt a tim when 1 unwise for cotton farmers .
J\ i
in good condition. Cholera nnd eggs! nro I being gathered for setting to assume flint the freezes of the lust'
r worms nre unknown here, and, the herdof "puipoHes. The hatches from such few weeks have exterminated the cot
hogs not only furnishes meat for fowls brought: off too late are in turn Says He Was Relieved of Severe
the
weevil Departmentof
f ton boll says
home but ill large quantities to caught by the hot weather nnd, roach
use, so inquiries
in to
I
I "Sn VP Labor" seems to }be the slogan their dams! nnd, as Ihis cycle goes ont the winter the t"mpt'r.atul'ell After Taking Tanlac When

here. Whenever a new building! can h.. Hoik (continues to degeneiatc.no ): past
have been lower than nt any
i I All Else Failed."I .
save a few steps daily, one is built.
timo since 181)! ), nnd there cnn hardly
M Wells nro found.fcwntering everywhere stock. for Labor the E.SOX 'voirsr( C.KVSSSuccess : be any doubt that this extreme cold am the happiest man in Spalding We. have about 500 bushels of
> convenience of weevils in
I hns reduced the number
Having itikr'iwntH of all kinds abound. in cattle raisi.ig is namly sections of the South. The impression county" declares J. T. Waldrup. n

Among t' (.J-cMom. found, in this section always conditioned on good 1 grass.This ninny has been gained, by many prominent farmer living near OntTin select Peanut Seed. We are offering
may ,.":l mentioned n combined applies as truly to intensive; ns planters that the weevil h.ts, been re.dueed On, "for Tnnlac has made a well manor
seed and m.:inure spreader, a horse. hoc to lunge methods. Pastures, Aiiolhortemporary : to negligible numbers, if not me nnd I can now make as good
that cleans 1 n strip of land ((1 feet wide.at or peimanent, furnish tho altogether exterminated. It is too crop as any man. for the next 20 days at $2 bushel
per
a time, ami, a disk plow. Here is cheapest mean for maintaining( beef much to expect that the temperatures "For four years I suffered torture ,
also to be seen a Bidehill plow, thomol.II.nr.1 cattle. It is therefore to tho advantage have, been uniformly cold enough: to with what some said was inflammatory
of whuh can be shifted to of tho cattleman to maintain his absolutely exterminate the weevil rheumatism. Whichever it was, o. b. Ocala cash with order.
the light and the left side nt pleasure, pasture in the best condition possible, from largo areas. The records of the the pain was such ns to drive mo almost j. ,
no that the furiow-slices. me all turned says I II. II. Watson, field! agent to the Department of Agriculture indicate desperate. Sometimes I would
one way, thus ,doing n\vny with the U. S. liurenu of Animal Industry cooperating thnt there is nt least from 1 to I 5 percent get sick nt tho stomach nnd have high
troublesome water furrows and high with tho University of r'lor- survival! of the weevil in thosesections fever nnd headaches and vomit up
('Pntel s in breaking' up land.Nenl ida extension division. which have been thoroughly everything I hall eaten. I would have KNIGHT LANG

llros hold! Johnson grass ingreat When grass is just coming up it 1 is studied, ns nguinst n normal of 7.ii percent heartburn that was like a raging fire

estimation, and they have n tender and can easily be, killed or nt survival. This! percentage of suring in my stomach.
small lirld of it, which is allowed to least giently retarded in growth by weevils I is sufficient to r -lIlo'k the "1 tried cverjthing I could think of Ocala/ Fla.

spread out nil it wants to. It makesgood trampling and close graying. For this cotton fields! of the South before the but nothing seemed to do me any
forage, and tho fact that itspreads reason jt i is advisable to keep cattle end of the growing season. good nntl I began: taking Tanlac. It
fast and is difficult to destroy off the range as long as possible: in There I is nlwuys n possibility that wasn't! long after that, though, till I

Is counted as tin advantage instead of the spring especially when tho range is there may \bo some .specially.. .sheltered.. began to l'nj"r.my.. meals and have ah'artiel'lIppt.tlt. .
: iheumatism be.gan
.
11 detriment. somewhat limited'. Keep the cattle in infested My
in the more northerly
!!pot't'n
The Xenls are nt present busy taking corn and benn fields ns long ns poss; regions!! where some weevils will\ to disappear ant in n few weeks ESTABLISHED IS 86
about M) of I didn't have nn nche or a pain in my J. R. DAVIS CO.
in nnd fencing ncies ble, or feed them roughage; until the bo nhle to survive. The instinct of &
new land Their standing timber they glass is well !started (living the the weevil loads it to seek the warmest body and found I had actually gained
protected' from lire bv hoeing around grass! n good start will bettor enable shelter.. available in the vicinity of fifteen pounds in wel ht. Tnnlnc has INSURANCE
fiich large tiee, nnd all encouragement it to meet the demands made it !been such n Godsend to me I'll never
upon its breeding .:round. It will shl'lt"rl Fire Tornado.Accident, Autnmnblleliability, PlateGIass, Steam Boiler. Bonds
done it Birglarj,
I is! !given pine saplings to spring up, ns later in the grazing season itself under the bark of trees, or in get praising
they claim that a sapling: thicket is: Hurmng olf the range in the spring'; thick hanging moss upon the trees, under 1 Tnnlac is sold in !Ptarke by C PCnson STARKE, FLORIDA
.
considering tho work pent on it, the is: by all moans to bo discouraged.Some the thatch of roofs, nnd in straw u nil by one druggist in every
most remunerative pint of n farm farmers b'licthllt grass! will stacks in seed storehouses and gins, town in Italford county.

when leased for tin',pent mini:. come earlier in tho spring if tho range nnd in other buildings. It is therefore I --- -- .
Tho NVnls fame fmrn the most fertile is 1'111'111'1', but an examination of quite to see that no nintter how
easy
portion of (ieoigm, but they acknowledge bunches of dead grass will show the cold the external temperatures are

that their |opei't.s i here blades of new grass coming up there there i is, always a probability that thero
nre better than nt then former\ home. before' they appear in nreas that have will bo weevils surviving in t'jich field
A call at their plate will be of profit been burned over. Tho doad .grass sheltered securely enough to carry

nnd interest to anv'. f.nmeinsr ', hides the new growth so that ita\ not them through! the winter. MONEYIII
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[ :: 1'\,11: also destroys tho dead vegetable \boll weevil in this (country has shown

Much of It Unit I I.,ooks \Coo.lll! Not matter that would' otherwise decay that one or two "011'l'I'"II:4 surviving
(:iro.. if I'l.mtrcl and become partly available to in n field cnn ensily produce enoughoffsprings
: the new crop ns fertiliser so that the to destroy nil/ but the earliest
The thorough tesfng of seed corn fertility of the land depleted to that
is
portions of the crop.No. .
is one, of liars: the of!greatest importance lok good this and I' extent. reliable prediction cnn l hI' made
year eoin may !
on the basis 0 what happened during;
yet lack the vitality to 1"I'milullt'III1c1 Asidefrom :N01 1 l'OIl .\ I'lC) ; CONTEST( : tho winter. Frequently seasons in DRAWS INTEREST
produce a 1'1''h'n planted.
which very few weevils! pass tho
watting the fertilizer n
stand of coin( makes a field a slacker poor II .1 '\'. Harry. n well known farmer of winter have been followed! bveat

-it can not produce. to full capacity. the Iliooker' section proposes that the injury to the crop by tho weevil. This
That is why the L'lmemty of Honda farmeis of tho county enter into n pig has been due to favorable conditions -- --.
experiment station is urging the seed! I con'est. \lie sa\s that he has two Ks-,: brought about by heavy rains duringtho !
test particularly this vinr.Jet sex sows and is ready to enter a contest enrly part of the growing "season' ,
with some one, agreeing that the which permitted the weevils to overcome
( busy with the tester Test every i When
('nr. nnd reject every one that does not one inising the largest number of pigs their losses>' during the winter it is in the savings
f i' two trio to early of the weevils
show lOll percent )germination. This om sows in next fifteen or dispersion
tested seed{ i I" tho only kind. that can months shall recede,' from the other n I from the wnrmer sections of the cot
be recommended this jenr nnd is worth pair of pigs.Tho I ton bolt, nnd sometimes to severe department of this bank.It

far more for seed than iorn as it Telegraph thinks a great deal tropical storms which frequently .
comes from the crib.When of interest! might! I be: worked up by sweep over the T.ulf States. It is
it is remembered that one adopting :\11'. Harry's: suggestion.) If therefore nppnrent that the conditions
tho boys \have pig clubs cannot of the spring and will largely
bad ear out of ten means a ten 1"1'cent why summer earns when
loss in the l'rnp-a loss! that cannot the men have pig oonto'U, to spur determine the extent of damage due nothing
be made good, the necessity f them to their best efforts in tho raising to the wocvil. rather than the number
carefully of hogs of weevils which survive in a given lo
testing every eur, won though carried around in
selected nnd stored, becomes readily cality.In your
VKCK: CROC OF TKCAXSIt :
the opinion of the
Department
apparent. If this ten percent loss in
germination would have produced five Agriculture.., it would le very unfortunate
bushels of corn had the seed been L. !Stevenson owner of the Ris if the prevailing impression pocket.
ing Pecan Farm, four miles went of the boll
good with corn celling at one dollar concerning weevil should incrensp -
a bushel it simply means that tho par Sturke gathered nnd soli, 13,000 I< the acreage of cotton at the
that was lost or would not grow made pounds of pecans the past season. He i expense of food crops. At the present
the teat worth five dollars at the out has about i>00 bearing tree, and thiii. time, what ia most urgently needed
set. would mean an average of thirty throughout the South is an Increased BANK
--- pounds per tree, but as there are many production of food and feed crops. OF STARKE
DON'T OVERLOOK THIS )'ounll.trees just coming into bearing, There is every indication that th? nor.
to arrive at an average in this way mal acreage in cotton with proper cultivation
A home garden for every family on does not give an intelligent idea of the will give a supply of the
the farm from one-tenth to one-fourth yiold per tree.The staple sufficient for all purposes It State County and City Depository
acre, well located, well tilled, and fact that :Mr, Stevenson: has one is clearly a matter of patriotism 1151 ,
tended as carefully as any other crop tree that yielded 325 pounds, another well ns sound judgment for the plant.
on the farm planted in rotation to that yielded' 'JJ5 and several thatyielded crs! to I increase the acreage in food E. S MATTHEWS Pres. T. H. HALLIGAN
time the vegetable crops so as to have 75 pounds giyes! a somewhat I crops. The planter who increases his Casheir
,
a continual supply for the family table more intelligent idea of the possibili. cotton acreage cannot be assured that
as many days as possible. ties of mature pecan trees in Florida. 1 hw crop will not suffer greatly from -

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1 r of Trclnnd. Then cnch ship picked up I I to a whole platnn- from thirty to Six-I here in the second buttle of Ypres, I, mnn sluiTpwhoottr, nrliig. Hie firsr tlm<
u 1I'str"'l'rbleb bud couio out to 1 ty men-nnd drop Intoexhnnsrted! from April 'Jl: to June I. lll";>. when' that da.\, got. him under the rim of bin

i meet her. At tlmt time u Jiotlce was only to turn out at 0 a. m. to give: a the first gas nttnck\ In th<' vorld's Ms- helmet, nnd his ...ur..rlIh tile Canadian

ponied In the pursers otlloe Informing "suddtii atul riuct: Imitation of what tory wns launched by tho aormaus forces was n\er right there. Ami'

"OVERITHERE us that \ve were In the war zone und ; we would do to tho Hermans If thecncuktd / und, although tho French ou tho \left then ns the dawn lin>ke, we iiiaili out

: that the ship, would not stop for anything up ,,111M before breakfast In and tho British ou tho right fell back u big |inlnte'
, even for u man overboard. Thnt six: Inihe.s of mud. Toward tho lust, tilt Canadians stnjt'd whero they WITU front. tn-a.li. It rend :

day u soldier fell t>ft tho Metnganinwith I, when wo th.'Ujht0 hud been ilrUen I'ut.HI ,
$ilill In his pocket nnd tilt ship to Xho limit, they told us th.H0 voro I ht hero I cnu niputlon i.c" iiethlnRwblch WELCOME:

Tho Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches. never even 1li'l world harden for aotiml lighting. of Uil" war don't ile..erlbo It.
to
where he hud cUuuco lu tho us \;
no
Described bu an American \\ well a new lniUiiiioti.. U u liudtn'ou
BoySERGEANT I
: ( to spend his IUl'nt."Y."Mako They sent us four Imperial drill Hergeunrs Inirlng the flrst gas attack the Canadians ,
leH.s than se\enty two hours ontho
I a Breikl"Through I I from tho Hrltli-ti grenadier choking to dentil and falling ,
contlneut of I.'urnpo" nml, tho Ccr-
McCLINTOCK my trubxtng In tho V. M. guards, tne senior foot regiment of tho over each other In n fight,; against' n ,I mans! w..rolIt suppimed to Knnw nny-
signals Itrltlsli army nnd tho one with which new nud unheard of terror III'lIrflll'l',
rend semaphore
L I nble tu
wns
bthlud
thing that was going nu' ourlines
IIlIllIn( tell. found u wny-the -l.ord only know
from we were
tho
und I caught; message
I IWo
I Sergeant Alexander MeCllntock of Lexlnaton KD.. and the Cana41an the destroyer which escorted us. It I It would l bo inlto unavailing for roe who llrst discovered It nnd liow ho learned afterward thnt concealed
Armg Has Grlpplna Tale Ttat E-vefD American Will Bea.! for He TellS read: to attempt to describe these drill ",,erpennts. happened' to do It-to stay through u | !
telephones lu the 11"11"11 of Urn ItclCliin -
the Facts-tlnadomed. 'Woun.4e ticrscU Mako abl'eukl" '
I "Each ship for now.
Ie: 'Was IIIVI1l1dod nome. But Is GOlDa "Out Tbere" burgomustera of tho village's ofIHnklchusfh
AgaIn to !
FIght Institution which run b<> understood
I For tlncle Sam and HIs AllIes. An InSPlrtna. Inlerestlnl1. Personal I i nnd Honnfnclielst; nearour
flanan .. full of the SpIrit and AllDOspbere or the Trenches. Wo beat the otlier steamers of our only through persouul and close contact position, gnto communication with
a ...; convoy eight: hours! in getting to the and 1 is about us cordial as IOOHOelectricity. tho liermim beiidmiHrter.s oppoHlti 113.
I to > If ho thinks n major general
dock In Liverpool, and according i ; Ono of the duties of a detail of our
YYYYYYYYlII: : I Is he'll tell him BO on tho
vhnt seemed to be tho regular system wrong
nWIIII.'U nfter that waa to stand Ihuao!
that Umo we fpot In the most emphatic way, bnt
I Impatient If nothing very Importaniseems of our operations nt II two burgomasters up against a wall
No. 1 to come off at first. I felt a lit were tho last to disembark. without CMT violating n Rtnglo, sacred und shoot them.In .
tie ennui Hal of fellows bad never tradition of the sen leu. Tho sergeants
myself ut the getaway. :The majority cur concluding this flrnt article I wnnt
thut was certulnly one thing that dldn'l been In Kirglund' before and they who took us> In chnrga to put on tliu to sny frankly tbut any man who

: In TraininaBg i ii annoy me Inter.la looked on our travels at that time alB real polish to our training had all Been claims bo Is not nfrulil when for tluillrot

tlio latter part of October, 1015. 1 1 fine lark. Everybody cheered and from twenty to twenty-fl\e years ofservice. I lime be goes Into that hell of tiroon

decided that the United States ought laughed when they dusted .1T one of They had all been through t tho wcHtern, front IeI liar, and I'll\

i to bu fighting along with England nnO those little toy trains nnd brought It tho battles of lions and the 1\lllnle.1 tell him so to hilt face, I.atpl'6 bofiirie -

Sergeant Alexander McCUntock. France on account of tho way llelgluui up to take us away In It. After wowero und they Imd all been wounded. They I liuperMoiis, but tlmt flrst day

O. C.) n.. Z7th Overseas BAt bull been treated. If for no other reason aboard of It0 proceeded the wero I'I'rf..t examples: of n type. Ono I prayed, and I would l hmo beat IW\\11

Canadian Oreo. Guards ;.JJ*; As there seemed to be n considerable dizzy rate of about four miles nn hour, of them ordered nil of our commissioned anil I'I'IIYl..ll1ul' )' my knei'M tdiouk so.Tho .
dUlslon of opinion, on this point among and our regular company humoristno officers, from flui colonel do\rn to

Copyright, 1917 by the Cell Syndicate. Inc.FOREWORD. i the people nt home. I como to the con.clusloa company complete without one- turn out fur rifle drill one day und put llvH remalnliiK articles In Uil.sreniHrkablo
that any ninn who was free, vuggestcd: that they wero nfrnld Ifthey them the ugh! tho nmnual of arms series will nppenr' uuo tucUwtelt. )

'. i white and, twenty-one nnd felt ns I dW went nny faster, they might run while thcs"iidlersof tho Imitation stood' They uro ns follows : -

Here tt a literary product which iiat ought to go over nnd K.'t Into It stncle! I oft the Island before they could stop.We Bl'ttul1lllolldug on. --- :

once an admirable/ example of the I handed on the sldo where hIs conxlo were taken to ISrumhhott camp In Oentleineii," mid lie very politely No. 2-Tho Bomb Raid. ...**

force of simple realism in the descrip'tijn I tlons led him If there wasn't some particular Hampshire, twelvo miles front tho In tho niblt, of tho drill "when I filIII 8"0 I Tho trout itrepiinilloim uiut ruhonritncor
of things unich are difficult! of reason v hy ho couldn't. Therefore Altler hot school of command. Tho you bundle your rifles! I feel llk 10 ( thin mtii>.\nlunlci9ra for the Job
leave" Ing on im' knee.* nnd thanking God tukon ln'hln.l tlio linn whi-ru Urn lloriiinutrwiii
nmlfrlondi "king's
ordinary comprehension and a handoooK I I sold guodby to my parents next day we were given .
linn. Tliitiiyn .
anil antI started for with free transportation thut we',o gut: a un y. I nr' exiu-lly reiirmluueil.
guide for every prospective In lA\lngt t-Ight duys n..t |pr"I"r..tt..lI.. lIurt.tur.. unwrlt-
''soldier of our armies. I Now York with tilt l Idea of sailing for anywhere In tho 1'rltlsh Isles. It 1 U> A Call for Volunteer. I0a ilutail or imiiltirn tn-n>.li rul.>ln. IlilnIlll'
Sergeant McCUntock has not written Fruneo nnd Joined tho Foreign, legion the Invariable custom to give this sort On June :'J, nfter thn third Imttlft ofYpres !.. IIMI, UlilHH wIth tllO 111011 KotllC OUt

stories tibout the war. lie has I of th freneh army. of leave to all colonial troops Immediately 1. while McFurlniul nnd I wr'' IJ I u> clu-lr Job.
I nrrl\al lu 1 lIglont!. sitting \\t'lIrllyIll our bunks' during/ J
their
written the war itself reducing it, Decides to Go to Canada.A upon No. 3-"Over the Top and Give 'Em
Dawn Broke We Mada Out Big(
one might almost say to words fit one couple of nlulits after I got to New lionc\or. In our cnso Ireland was bar a Mm):. li.mr' In tho IIfll.rn..n"lll'u' Hell."

syllable yet bringing to the reader's I York I fell Into eomorMitlon la theKnickerbocker red. Just nt tlmt time Ireland was noplnco nobody liii-l thought of nnj'thing fo Painted Sign Above the German I Tlio 1'nKllnli: T.'Tiiniy'n. bultlo rry an lit

view clearly and liiidly the variuus bar with n ehnii who I for a newly urrUed Canadian us to dii /a soldier enmo In wltli u Front Trench. I hrruliN riiini hilt Honrli. Tim liomb. r..1 l.|
I fimn ]u'iuliiiarterH 1 which J'lIt .mil I .. hill hui' > >iinl. IK tilxly' lluit ulurt.F .
for sport. message | | i
the hiddento of looking Isn't
aspects of great struggle, vns In the re-enforcement rninpuny pus cloud and, coino out alive. It bucuunn MIAllrnmtm
F*<| fntlHlic fikllftl lo roliirn
all except the man uho it actually I'rlnoej-s rat'1* rouhneiit of the Cntindlnn After that they really begun tt> make n Middentop to tho discussion! wo pretty' to think of ami H'n llkn ninny IUI.1 t |ilttuirif,l unit nilnf linkrmli.

a part of it. Ilia/ contribution to the forI'''''. After my talk with him !soldiers of U>l."U tliuniKht! our trainIng I : were having nbout (lie 1..sll.lIItyIt other tilings In tills \1'111'laIdl youcan't I! iliuphle ili-Htiliitlun. of Huricuint:
"history of thf nar must be classed, as I di-eidi, to g>) up in Cnimil.i ami, look In Canada had amounted to some 1 Kvtlliig: leu\e to go up ti> l.ondnn. 'Tin ..>"en tell of In print beeiiiiw* Iheslmilo MeL'lhitoi .k'H lfrrll. .,,,p..rlu'wo. .

one whuh. ,91IIt'1It'ltll/ a new light.It thlnK* "".... I nrrlM'd nt the \\"lmlMirhotel. thing. We found out thut wo might I moxMiuoiis: that the 1'liM. Seeontnnd 1 | ileserlpllon wouldlolnle. till'IIIt.O )
No. 4-Shlftnd to tho/! Sommo.HiHli'itiit .
is fascinating In iti slnpliiituyct/ In :lllJlllrt'ul. at 8 iiVlm-k! la the ns well have been' pliijlng, croquet. I lllb.1 Tblrd III dUlslmis flllltt III of* 111.the.If .Canndliiniilloil 1,1 til.Illlll etlileM, nboiil rending. matter\ for At, 'lliiliit, k tilliH, tmrt In th.
fi.ll.
thrilling IIil,9 cuaiiiuiiiu detail. It iiinriiliiK n ciuiple> of ilii.vs later, nnd nt I' '; l ll |;ll'l I I'lll III Illl II Illfll III I IIW the piiblleyo' which have gfo n 111'111 KtraleHt iif. nil liiillliH ullil U leadv one. with crergrou-inii and compelling i 10 o'clock. that tnnrnliiK I WII".rn tliird IlKlit"' nt Ypres 1 nnd, I hat :><.M) viiUnileers I long >"ears ot peace nud traditional ile- lull. of. It "Tlio front, In. HutKliim WIIH
wenwiuited from eneli of oubattalions rt'"IIII) r"II'' MIlor'. In i omtiiiitHon. wllliII.
/ interest fmn a casual conversation In as a private In tho Oanndlnn (Iri'tiniller ci'iic.v. I'.nl Ilils tiling wblib you en n't Thn MVlnnHlvn itrnIlium ,
\ lu> fimrt 1"1"|
/ In a lintel in Sew York through cuiiril.iiiht.rseeiitli: nverinxbiittnllim lo till tip the gaps. desi, 'rlbo meant Jusl tln> dlfferenee I ln>- n r Iti, 11111.-,. f"| n|>,.|i win nun iiritirwuril i I Iiitiaiiiloni
scenes of .\trli/,, and Monti and thrilling : l.letiloiiiiut rolnnel I'. :SMilKlitin i "I'orty per (','nl.! Mild Mrrnrliindptlliik' l\\ ri'ii life nnd death. to. many of. the I it InIIIINII uC tho falluro of '.
conflict to thf mnment II hen the Priiiiiiuinillng. They were just I lip ijiilekly. ")1.\' n..I. t think ef CnltiHllniis. tbut tlrsl 1 ilny of Die KIIM.Olllclal pi'cti'd tli-v..li'iiiiuntu, e"I'I'
niiiKliis 1 il lli> >, out III! \\1'11. I'm olT to tell 'em I'll \go." .
ling and queen uf Enyland came to RcttlaK/ muter wny < < r iil'ders! now \tell e\iry soldier No. 5-Wounded In Action. i
of tile I enlisted with, Mini illsclpllno I tnld' him I was with blm, and weHlnrted do. with his Imiwlltrrflili -
the tcdside uf a Kentucky youth in a i troops vliut he Is tu '1'111. uitlil" il"' i'rllii'it thn. lerrll.lrt M if lit. .';f.illlm
London hospital to thank him in the was finite In:'!:. for beiidiiiarters'', e\iieetlng' tibe 'f or n ceo of his xhlrt If In' IscntiKht ilainl nml .11',ilK tlu liwn of a pal ami *

name of their nation for his sen'ices ,I They ut once \ga\e me n wei'k'sli'avn received with nppluusi.. nnd, polatei, In u gas uttiuk without tilsmask. tlui limit fullliiK. of. MiUnlock. > In No
at 1111' I Jin.I 1 Hlmlv I l"l.l. II IH hI.6 i.f llnmufti >
Iierole We roiildn'een |
w'ttlo out
in the cause which/ ice have now come I to coino down tu New York nnd as examples. reiniirtatililii' IIHI rlpllotiH .uf n baltl.
to reongnize as that of world humanity. up "01110 persnniil' nffiilrs, nnd I overHtnjeil get Up to give III mir mimes. 'J'lm 'I'lie nearest I can come In print tn l>y a luirll.' limnt over put lnK'HIuir..
Sergeant ZlcClintock received the' It tin dns. All that my com- whole liattidliui, bad, gone tip nbeail Distinguished Conduct medal before I puny' ocuniiiiunlcr said to me when I They heard about' It llrst. 'Inn to do. In Ibis "lIlI'rlol'llI'Y Is to. rimliidou No. Decorated For Bravery; Homo

leaving England< for home on leave. : Hot: Imck wns tlmt I Reotned to luivo wns the Kplrlt of the CmiadliuiH. IWIIH >' that niiiinonlii fiiincH oppositldo. .- and Uncle Sam.1MH ot4
nbout this tlmo that roMcliiillnit, ..rll'I.. <>r Iliu .iirlm ritiIntiH ,
III..ryI'llt
habits quickly. a .. und 1
lie is returning ta accept a commission / 1.ld.t'lllp> Canadian \ery .III":11. as u neuirall/lng ngent In ili-tnll hnw. KnKluliil: 4iireM fctr thouoiiiuteil
in the Canadian oversea forces. i At n rexluw one lny In our train niiiinI,I coneernlng nn KiiKllsh colonewho Hint certain emamglotis, of Iho biuly Jlnw thn klriK, nnl 'pitnin .ciiruttt
The story is told< in McClintvfh's own ing camp I henrd u major say: bad lieeii ealleil, iipmi' to furnlsnliiiiteerH ] throw olT ammonia fumes.Now i Ittii lu. <,t i.>r an Afnerlriiii t.>i>y ami i!".>*

'unadorned< Kay.I I "Hoys, for' (:iud'H.. snKe don't call moIlnrry I \' from his oiitllt, 1 In repine, that I'M' told. joii h..w1'. got orattiil Itlin. ,In a f.oinlori, hoHittul.. for KnUliintry.
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'r.IIIIK. Intlinato anil nnitmIIIK -
I or hplt In tho nuik.. Here comes I'lisiuiltleK, He biieked. his regiment U[> from tin1. l Knleltoiliooki"' 'r bar and ollnr .In.'lili'MlM" 'iiilil.. liy ii ml nf Hi" woiiniliiitToimnli

DON'T lay claim\ to helms much of tho \Kinerai :" acuma! luirrnek' unll nnd milil I : pliK'eM to. u situation. wblili WIIH Just .M 'L'ryliiH to. tlwht fur. lrnclo' tiani,

a writer. nml tip till now I have i "'" found out ('\entunlly that llicre "Nn\v:'; nil wln> don't wnnt tooluu- l.'iO, .Minis from .tinInlreiu,bed. front I ( .nntiiiiicil. n< \l I week )
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never felt tin-. full to write liny- was u rea-'iiti for. the xliukm" >" of discipline. tentip tlirio pnei'M to tbe rear. of till ct'I'1II1111! nrniy In Ilelcl'ini' I .- ----. - - ------ --
thing iibout I'M'erletioos with the Tho trouble, was I that men In our battalion sergetints! nml 1 ('VO'Jlnll".r InlK'lit lis well mid. n couple' ol details For Indirection Coiistipallon ur

Cnmnllun troops. Irt ItolKltiiii! und i oultl enlist to get $1.1l1 n ilny without offered tn go ns I'llMid'H.' 5Ie- nhiiiit, tilings which. slralKlituay put U.lttlU'LCIC". "

France, becnuso I luivo ronlizcil tlmta viorKl.njj! for It nml, would dert I'iirliind nml, I were not. in 'pled, ; oar four of Coil Into our benrlH.. At iln.vliri'iik lust' try one' !fill-nut boilli of LAX-FOS

greut iiiniij oilier. men HIIW quite at us soon us tiny one maile It uiiiili'ifiint, \ "In"t..r..nt. lit mice, nnd l we werore one of our I'mn''tcrntli plntoon, WITH PEPSIN. A l.nniid' Uirieslivo
telling dtUfers. knew what thiywere -i.nforeed up( to strength, l>y drafts to t"ike. M,uli) nndrei
much ns! I Olil< nnd could bent me f..l'tlll'lII.' our men KtnnillnK on tbn firing sti p, puslieil l.nxntivK pIciiMint
believed that : about. Conditions rhniiKed Intnntly friiin the I'lfth Caiiiidliin. dlvlsluiiulilih omiiiciiili'd' 'In tinpublicity. PnrU Medicine
nhout It. Of course I Inn'k bis. trench helmet nnd rciiittrlivil
my experience worth relating! nml .'. we went cm fhlpbiuird., lUndt'llnu WIIH tb< u forming In r.iiKland.In : : that be IhoiiKht It was nliout tlmo C'o iiiiiniir.il'lure" i..r( I.uxiilivo llroinoQuinine (
In like tie July when we were being k'It> ., I .. Lrnve's Tiiiteless lull Tiiitu:.
a rcpo
I thought! Unit the matter published I tlglitenud up on us :z'JIfL" 1l\J 1I11hJL !.:Lj': o1..c.J! /
I ,the rlllii 1I1l1..tIf the time. ,
rofe slounl writers colt. on ranges
the newspaper* by i> LID u
sort of inlssfil the essentials> nn l \Vc trained In ft sort of m nnl, I'n'ywoy nil loim' was Htopped I. nnd' we :weninlered -- -, i
lacked tho spirit of tile "ditches"l In a I In Canndii frcnn Nov. 4 to the 1..1..1oultiK ( \ tn bold. oiirxolveH In readinessto rTP 1918 ,
Aftel' That They Really Began to Make ,
:
good inuny wnys In fpltc of Us excel-I / Ajirll., We liud 11 good deal of I' Ion overseas. In the. latter part ofthemonth
Soldier* of U.. westarted. We Hailed fron
lent literary htjle, but I didn't FCC any trouble' keeping our bnttullon up to
reason why It vim> up to rue ta mako strength, nnd I win Bent out several We learned more the flrst week of our Southampton to Havre on. a big trllllMI -

an effort! as a war historian until now. I times with other "lion COlliS" on u rervltlng actual training In England than wo I port' .'lIl'"rl.tIIII tho way by destroyers -

Now there 1* Ill'ellSOos I look ut It. l.I..tulI."hllo w e were In tho did from November to April In Canada. As wo landed we got our 11 rut
I Illh:1it of the harvest of IIr. A !big IHIHpltnl -
threemillions nt St. John's I Hindu the statement without
I believe I can uliow the two or ruining[ camp I make this
of my fellow countrymen who I toqunlntancc of a joung,: Cumuli who fear that nny officer or man of thfl |: on tin! quay wan filled with

(Will be "out theru" before this war la :>ecmne my "pnl." He wns CnmpbcllilcKnrland Canadian forces alive today will disagree Wounded men.' Wo had twentyfourhours

'' *>ver what they ore going to be up I nephew. of Georgo McFurnnd : with me and I submit It for tho In what they
"gnlnst and whnt tley ought to pl'eJllu'e < the actor, who Is so well known thoughtful consideration of the gentlemen ." We sl" pt on cobblestones. Inshacks rCBRUARY

K > for personally uail Individually.t. en the American musical stuuo. lie who believe that our own / which -were !!<> utterly comfortless

>. IThat Is ns far as I nm going to go In wnlt n eergennt.! When I llrst knew ruiles can bo prepared for IIt.'rvlce1It'ro that It would l be nn Insult tn a 26Are

:Ole way of excuse explanation or comr ilui hevus ono of the most delightful ut home.In Kentucky thoroughbred to cull tlwmMiiMi'.s.
und amusing >oung fellows you could this war every mon has got to bo Then we were on tbe way tithe

IDJ glne. ppcclnllst. He's got to know ono Itelglan town of roperlngbe which
Is I'D miles from llavro und wns! at You Coming ToFlorida's
The'ar clutngeil him entirely./ Hoecnme thing better than anybody else except
the rail bead, of the Ypres
and seemed tole thut time !
> extremely julet those who) hare hud Intensive Instruction
borne tlo'n'lIh the sense of the In the BIImo branch., And besides I "1I11"lIt.'I! made. the trip In box curs
whl'h wero marked In I.'r..od.., "Klgbthorses Show ?
He ncyT Own
errlble things which he saw. that he's got to bavo effective generalknowledgo "
or forty men, ami wo bad to
lost the good ftllowHhlphleb wnsnherent of all the specialties la
In him nnd, win olwnys reudyo which his fellow soldiers have been draw straws to d'ddobo should lie ,"-

do anything to oblige roe, but buornu'd particularly' trained. I can IIlUlltrote! du"n. ? Florida's first State Fair

the bublt of sitting nlonc amiIlent this. Immediately cpon cur return In the Front Trenche EXHIBITS I and Exposition will nurprise

for hours nt a time, Just think- from first leave In England/: we were We got Into I'operlnghe at 7 a. m. you by its shovrinx of the ifiKuntic -
Ing. It seemed ns! If he had n preaiont- divided Into sections fur training In I und, tbi> scout/ had led! us> Into the resources of the State

tlon about himself, though he nuvl'l'sbowed Ight specialties. They were: Domblng front trenches fit the next morning. U. S. GOVERNMENT it demonstrates these to
AS
fear and never spoke of the rnlpUig scouting, machine gun fighting Our position was to tbe left of St. KU.il 25 FLORIDA COUNTIES

angers we were going Into, as the signaling, trench mortur operation! and was known, us! "the \turnnd" bf>- LIVE STOCK the world. -" )

tber felloW did. He was killed U bayonet fighting and stretcher bearing. cuu*"* It had no support on either flank. There is a serious purpose

the Somme action In which I wasrounded. I was selected/ for special training In On the left were the Yser cunal and MRICULTUREEDUCATION behind everything that the

because I waa supposed the Muff which forms ltd bank. On
\ tombing, probably State Fair seeks to accomplish
I also had been made a sergeant on as an American aiwl a baseball the right were 30O yards of battered! WOMAN'S WORK -the further development of

account of the fact that 1 had been (layer to be expert In throwing. With down trenrhPH, which had been l'eLulUt"'ll'p the agriculture and industry
1 IttfLEUEHTSMMUFACTUftERS
and blown In again each time
tatltute -
the Virginia Military for In
at school In the other) men picked training
of Florida. It will offer the
*reaat. by the (Sermon &'!lOll. For som reason MAC1IIItIY
that 19; I was an acting- tlM same specialty I was Bent to Aldershot -
; It was explained to ITO that and there for three weeks which I never quite understood, most complete exposition ever
be tho Germans were able to drop whut attempted of the educational
ay appointment would have to twelve hours a day, I threw bombs
onflrmed In England and then reconfirmed studied bombs I'I'0dilbout tombs. took seemed a tolerably large! proportion ot FOOD PRODUCTSPOULTHY and other advantages of Florida

after three months' service In bombs to pieces! to see whet made I the output of the! Krupp works on this as well aa of tne attain-

ranee. Cnder, the regulations of the them tick and put, them together agnln: particular spot whenever, they wanted KOT8R U3S menta alone material lines
noncommissioned else to, Our high command. had concluded
Canadian forces a and did practically everythrng ACCESSORIESnniiES
Profit and will be
hU It untenable, nnd sn we on pleasure
ifllcer, after Cnul confirmation In that you could do with a bomb except that was
be reduced to the rnnksinly one side of It und the British, on the combined far every visitor.
Tad*, can eat It.'Ih'n.
by a general courtmartlal though I was ordered back along with oth-T bad to Juit keep It spouted und FISH & BAKEFORESTRY Music lovers will ravel in con
when our sfiiarate, flanks. Another certs by bands of fama. Unique
protect
be can escnp"* a courtmnrtlnl the other men who bad sained this
confirmed with charges. by reverting Intimate acquaintance' with the entirekotnb name they had for thut position was and original forma uf

to the ranks. at his own requext. family and we were put to work tbe "Mrd\ cuge." That wns bemusethe clean amusement will afford

"i Forty-two hundred of us sailed for teaching tbe entire battalion all that flrst. fellows who moved Into It nECflEATIOM AIB entertainment every minute.INfOaMATIOtI .

ffoyt i fo Qod't Sake Don't Call M.I i Jnglund on the Empress! tf ISrttaln.Ister w. had learned. When we wltre not made themselves nice and comfy and fU Iretentious in conception and

iHtrry.} He.re Comet the GeneraUi hlp to the Empress ...t Irelan'l, "' (Meg we were under Instruction put up wire nettings to prevent anyone astounding in performance the

i f rest I I4IC .ihlcb was sunk In tho St. LawrenreIver. _,.....Intl by the mm who bad taken from tossing bombs In on rbem.Thu.i THE WHOLE FAMILY
The Florida State Fair and
.
will.
caU It what you when. the Germans stirred up : ? Expo
.
'._ of The steamer was. of course lILMial tralakic, In other brancbu.l
say story Is a slmplo relation crowded and uncomfortable, and o at certain periods. of tbe day we the spot with an accurate shower of"wMz PERMANENTBUILDINGS sition will afford more fun /'
la thlt order In ery bangs" and "coal boxes," the 12 and more information than
occurrences
and
s he eight-day trip across was! most nn- Lad physical training and rtU! prac
lcb they came tomy notice and lUtllr hap lea ant. We had trlpo to ent until tice. Cp to the time of our arrival U Mtm 11 ng thirteen poundara and six ever before was offered a fair-

ed to me. It may rtart oft a not W6 were sick cf the sight( of It. A England Intrntlre training bad been Inch shells, that wire netting presented going public.
did
and Jerkily, Just as we I'ao ergennt reported *.. morning "Eight merely a fine phrase with as. During a uoctacie of otter ra'to iaAC7 which.
what was comluj to us. allIt'nt. oVDolte and hasn't been eionlt-d lo this war.
wing breakfasu
and twenty-two cir stay there It was a
e add that It got unite hot enough There- !men." Tber were two other troopships overpowering! > fact. Day and night wetmlnxl They called tbe position wblth: we "Get Your Ticket to Jacksonville"

t me later secern! times. In our convoy the Baltic and the an" doi andJllKht! I It rained. were assigned te defend "the -aye-
as my tffort rOlng * *" *. A British cnilJer\ escorted At o'clock! we would fall into our v ard of C nada." That was because

,00 right alone with ,me Jou-t In tWot be VA Jetagama.until we were 400 miles ofl tie coaJt I bunka in huU which held from a half u..o faarful lotara th. c'a.naanl
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FRIDAY, M.\RClIl, 1918.
rAG"; EIGJlT IIR.\IJFORU COU="TY TELEGR.\f>", ST.\RKE, FLORID.\.
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m: I to those men or women not conduct the first Quarterly;; Conference-
Miss Ada Nimmo, of Hampton, was :Mattio Harley.Kecitntion ing appeal members of the Red L.o>s" to of the ensuing year. fhe ;
SP morning'
, >. n visitor to Luwtey lust Friday. :\Mis: -" W nbhington" :Miss \ already send their names and their dollar service will! be in the form of u .Sun;

:Nimmo; was a teacher m the Lawtej Louise lilanchard. for that's m all it costs for one year) day school rally and n very int. n" 'tling
school for ,several terms and has many] IJIIIIOJUI.-TI'lIinl{ About Washington I ( Branch of that Society nnd profitable' time is in stm.-, ir' ,,
the
f i'tends here who are always!:! Rlud to --Si* little boys.Prill to Lttwtoy thus, nclu that noble work. those who attend it. Dr. ;Maitn. ,
and
see her. S..nIC-O:! ) young girls. promises to give an entirely
Items
: County News :Mr. K. L. Crews wan transnctinf "I Am an American"-1'carco Jones Prof. Blackburn followed with u dress on the unique ami new stnku.11-,
t business' in Jacksonville! last Tuesday! nnd Ossie Prevatt. very interesting and kindly address on ;
;Mr. II. C. Sapp, from near IlaatinitviMtud Song-"Star, Spangled Banner'By I the Christian's duty to his country, greatness and superiority of the ;-'J1: :
Professor's address day schol. The actual suloj"1 .,,1'I )", .
relatives in and neur Luwtc; everjbody.Ten I now at ""a I'. The I .
Intcrotlntf Facti Gathered During the Week by Our several days 'last wcek.Mr. cents wns charged for adults, was nf the highest order, filled with discourse is entitled "Supersliu.it\ "

;, Refular Correspondents. Frank (iruen came over from and a tents for children. The proceeds definite suggestion\ and rung with a I Everybody: heartily welcome to all "ti" .
Of BJJv .kinnville and Hpent Sunday at tho will be used to help the cause patriotism that commended admiration. services at this churih. also t,,. th"|,

I i home of ;Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkinu of prohibition. i Sunday school nnd the liible: ',, .
Private Arthur C. Peurce, from i The Bradford County Teachers' Association :Miss Loin Terry 1 presented six little which is taught I'y the l>11 t'J1'' .

'In "M'," lmh will 'liejrin: in th.Iar'h I''Camp Wheeler, spent Sunday in Law' was held in the Lawtey girls m 1"ery pretty flag drill which The Ladies Aid of GI'II"1 ,J..
BROOKtH.ISinoker I ley, nt the home of his I'urentsIr.; High i School auditorium last Saturday.There credit to Miss yesterday, Thin
I I -"III' .&1111] SIlIlM' 'I 'Iplllllls ll.llldlll" I Ii If) rellcctid considerable church gathered ( | ,
i ") 1)11) .IC.IM' ':"iiundeiit \\ III In- Ki'eatl.ipjui und :Mrs. (JeorKe; T. 1'onrce.Mr. . were about 25 teachers present Terry for her work in training them.Rev. nt the home of Mrs., Terry",. i ,iKfmimonthly -
:. , l-cl, ji.,; I IJ, \ \ I IVallei 'i" i.itcd, : !Shirley! >t"\'I'ns, of OranR nnd a very profitable day was spent.Pinner II. !Martin District: Superintendent mel'tlngo-rlill p.lI', ,_
\ > lill(."| I 1,1-, i''gul, "ii, ,iji|>''>,"! i Heights. was in Lautey Sunday .und> in abundance was served on I ,Dr. J.of the Jacksonville District lars not yet to hand/ but willi"I .. |,. ,','._
here i>t ,the I. IOC\M. ,|| 1I1I'l| ' GRAHAM ;Monday on \business.K the IlI''U n.llI. Ri\er Conference, ed. ne>tt week.
last Siitiii-d' /, ,!}' jiml, :Sunday.; I <-v. !Ifaymond: l Strickland and wifiof ', !) a. m. Devotional scr\'iees-l'.of.. I St. Johns
1'rol' .Inlin. dnxiv; "i-r, ''/ / > Ocala, spent several( days lust W"'l'k] Cieo S. Henderson. :Methodist, Episcopal: .chunh will 111'I.jl' -
|> Out Malaria, UullJs Up System
iraharn .l-'c..1.l :JH;':. :Mis.. Hill/ JUPI' '' '11 i ( Halll'dny.an.1 Drives:
of visiting relatives, and riends in und Welcome Address. Prof. L. L'I in l.awl.lomor..ow
Inr-s man tinfducc, was : (
Stnmlnril' Erncral MmiKtho' '
'Motvnee. Walker, fror chunhSmidaj TtieOlil\ j ,
niece E
;M.
to business/ in .J.elton'ille, l.il near Lnwtey. Ulackburn.Kosponse. I will, pii.un' in iiate; GI<')\"S TX TiMS8)cliitlT"N'-.lM.) | . I;
nesday.Messrs.. ) "" (' visited n latlves hern Thura ;Mr. II. I ). Handnll: cnmo over from ) -Prof. Prapcr. : 111""I." "Ing and e\eninir. At theclose MRI.I".1. nrj lay anj Kriday)' of last week. M.H u e he will,1 teul A true tonic. Her aduKs untl! ill I .,
i':. M. ][l&lIel1llId Jacksonville und spent" Sunday at his School Attendance ) nl" the itcmng'
Oalney we-io prominent. visitor Mrs.! O..orJ.evening?'' Stoiiu in flitertained honor of 111'1'un homo in Kant: Lnwtoy, Prof. S. A. Draper. compusorr-I' ;

Jacksonville Inst week. y Mrs. 0. W. ISrown and eon, Clifton, Teaching Arithmetic -
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' ;Mrs. Hill .Jonc.s and granl.lauJ'ht -

an Miss attack Laura of! imournoniii.Lewis. in suffering II..r "- .{. played<'r,, t'lorence' until u Walker.late hour (then.iamu i JL came Saturday up from and Sund.iy Jainesville at their nnd spcn homihere. Bucholtz.School Records and nl'llorts-Supt. I QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

frit-nds wish, for her ., si>f>cdy cake E. R. Poppell.
of lemonade and!
Dr. \V. I Eo) Middli-ton wa n course The out-of-town Mr. J. .. Ware and son, Frank, I How' .to Spend' Our Summer-Prof.L. I

aiomil visitor" hc ru lant KrMiy served.;Mrs. Will .lunen and MISH; gueat(l-'lor Cfimo up from Xeala, AlachuA county, W. l holts.
Mr. and :Mrn. J.V.. of I Jln'itin 8lilis"H: and spent Saturday and Sunday at The Glee Club from Starke, undor. House Furnishings
Knd :Mr*. Alice Oliver Hpent Uit ( '' Walker,Carrie : l.oot.ia; Al their humeJu..t west of Lnwtey.Kcv. the direction of Prof. Law, was greatly
unlay afternoon in Stnrko.Andrew' ieortrin and \lill\ Ware, of Worthington enjoyed, also the rendition of pinno I
Messrs.
lover ami! nay
!Market 1ms been '' "/, Ovell.i Ah'nrp'lIl1a ' 1\1It1; Springs, filled his regular monthly appointment and, violin solos by ;Miss Parsons, of
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some nice speckle' ) perch ( Kalph: All at the) I.awtey ISaptis t Lake Ilutler. The association then adjourned.
MillH of Starlte. report i It
been ii treul!. to the town.1'nif. church last Saturday nnd Sunday.Mrs. /.
Steve:; Lewi. nml gistor, ; ,, t "'nio. >ul'le' tune.Dr. ; I.. If. Hill and Mr.. PonrJones ) The death of Mrs.: Martha! FnglnWilljiims I
business to
made
l>ni-.y, ( iurtruile, nnd Ilertie 'I 1 Thomas a trip were visitors to .lack' si'nvillu oil occuired at the home of her I

..Mended tin- teai'lierK1. ....! Mr..* (r'ridny I! l j"hcl'l and wife. Or Sunday.Mu Min-in-law and, ,daughter' ;Mnj. und i
C. '
I i\vh> la-t .S'liturday., S. K. P.nldwm of JacKsonvillt! East Lnwtej I
; v .s and wif,'. Miss :\lae1t'Kin''y: ; .Mrs. \. :M. Van Dyke, in -
W. H. Nrtbb, >.f Kaiford, -ppnt 1'ermnn Itolx-its, atti'tided, the 11"- it spending a few <}u\-. as Ih' irjest' o : ;\lolI.I.y morning at 8 o'l'l ii ihere, w.ilh Inn flllll ily. ; ,. Hooth at Starki l. Williams I
\. H. Snrioucy is visiting 1' trieri hy1. I, a trained nUI's"I"" '] has spent sev- ,\m hoi'ii ui Ohio. and spent, ncsi'ly all

HI (icori'ni. Him wcrk. eveninjf.Aliutses Kthel; and Mabel Hyrd nt l'rlll l weeks in Lnwti.-y on profespiunaHuticH her life in that State.: She cllllto I
I. Morj'iiu anil fumily n''' ') ,' the at WulOa las during the past year or two. Florida about five years ago to live I
Chautauqua
\\'..,'1 hill/\lon Suinliiy.Mr. ;Mrs. J. P. KancfjiM' was a Jacksonville with her" dnughter, Mrs. Van Dyke,
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(ten. 'Vosliy, of wife vlsitei visitor Saturday.Mrs. nly going to her northern home n''I',1'
Mr. 11. Roberta mid
spent Sunday hartwith his ,,,,, C. : (n.! W. Stokes IH spending n fov wheie, i-hi1 spent a few months. The I
former's at Ciuilford Hun-
Miss Itcrnice T'lirker, of L,,(' parents days, with relatives at Wimnuinn deceased, Jeiucs three daughters: .. ,

is vihiluitf, I'plnlihl'ro! thlA .. day.Mr.: Wasdin and wife II. M where she was called on account of EmmaV.: Unrr, of Cincinnati, ; Miss: ,
Mr.s. T. ('. lla/.un, who has I. Uiley sickness.Mr. Florence, Williams, ..Washington, P.
din und sister Sirs. Dixon, at-
nick for the pa/ very Die ('hautainiua" : nt Waldo :Sat: C.; and :Mrs. A JI. Van Dyke, of
It, J somewhat improved ut this I diyH Williston\ wheru he is en/ugl.,1/ tey, to mourn her departure into the
nnd we hope fur hl'r1/ & ('(', : evening.Mr. in the crosBtie business.Mr. t Tho ,
, t <: I) J. Ityrd" and, wife were cnllei great beyond. body was preparedfor "
'\ 1 I covery.i.r. the buiNide of their little irand : J. M. )Dye, of. Jacksonville, )tppnt shipment by :Mr. A. Kyle, ofMoulton '
I I'r. Jim Itihhop was here\ ht'r ;Marguerite RyiJ, at Ln-' Sunday in Lnwtey at the home of Mr. : fi:: Kyle undertakers' of Jacksonville
hiifcinc**. and ;Mrs.' A. M. lilanchard.Kcv. .
professional
:.Jc'\ . und sent to Cincinnati
"( { .i''. Mr.: ami( ;Mrs., II, S. \ . Saturday.Miis ::; I W. L. Overstreet was transact- Tuesday where the funeral nnd 0"1

c i'. Clnyno, attended services( hero ::; ..; to:Mae Lake!MclCinney Itutler Sunday.Mr. was a .plcasam injr business in JII'kOIlVillolonIIIY.!: ; ment will take pluce. ;\11'8.'lIn Dyke
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niKht.Mrs.. Miss Knzii lilanchard returned hom? the .
wife attendei, accompanied body.Prof. I
: It. U. Jones and
l' A. .1. iriifis: : and from, Atlanta Ca.. tho first of the wel Ulackburn, acting as leader. ,
f . Charles, left last :Monday for : :' ChaiitaUtia, l Kvu | at Waldo i.-i autrerinff Saturday.Mrs. fron und! Il.rt1l'lIin the snmc day for \Ytertnwn ,,- for. the ipworth: League, conducted,J avery
where will visit few days ISarry where she will take "f
{ they n of measles this week.V'<. charge interesting patriotic service inInue I
Ij relative*. attack the millinery lepartmcnt, of the Watertown (. M.: E. church last Sunday even I
Ladies Aiil, will meet I to see her" out atuin sofin. '
II' The Trading ( 0. III\.
I'hurch 'next Saturday Mr. Karnie: powlinu, of'nl<1o after., wa1/ Mr. T. n. Wearenns" a visitor, to'' The entire" evening Rl'rvi(1I\oul' \vnsgixen We supply building needs
visitor here Sunday
f ::1 :::111.(> Lot all he. present.Mcsci pleasant,, Jacksonville Sunday.Mrx. over to the Lenguo nnd n good( your
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iI -. Olson and IJnrncy I pi'imard. and" little .son left foiJacksonville wns ,rendered. Patriotichymns I
: of Miller" ntlenili'd, services, here ..I KiMoody)Kddie;,: of, of!l.miiM'1-aCrosse, well1,, and hu.sinest:Mr I the hr't pnrt, of thoeel /program\\cre, .sung and interesting! mipn everything from the roof down.

unlny and Sunday.MHI 'i i, n,' here Satuiday nfternoon.Mr. . where they will sp"ml. seveial << I'lli/abolli: Warren was a Mis. II. 1). Wasdin ,enter relatives. i. were) gin by .Mr, Charles Hess ;im| :
nicl
nut \Uitor here last Saturday :Mr. C.C. ;Moseley pent' Sunday ill othersMis.
nlln. attending, bi'r\iecs iilso / <'<1 :a number of their, friends nt Starko visitlni, his muilier.Robert ; J. I'.
The diniiij. ; Randall had been asked]
niirhl.Mrs.. "Friday: \cnini attractive; in its doco ISIanchard and, F.'nl.'tVl'1ls, to speak us a ...representative of (lie QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
Tracy, pnnieil .by her friend, Mrs." :\ of spring. (lowers. Mr. J. S. Rosier, of near IJaiford; tilled with pathos and ,perfectd
' dinner served. All preseni
visiting heu (> a few days this nice" wna time. was. in Lawtcy Monday en route ti "set iptiiui outlined the work of IhalwO'HI..t11 Starke Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, of (. "" rt a Starko.Presiding:; oigam/.ation, in a ,llu.t ,
Air. licnie Johns and wife, of Hamp way
heiu, with : Elder:' C. Jenkins ol I
n.! ,
spent Saturday were", visitors here Sun- won the '\\f'al'h..j' her" hi.HIM's, "ncludmg -
ielativcs.Mrs. pleasant the Jacksonville district of the ;M. K:. with a \eiy cnincst .md' ,touch,
T. It. Parkor, of t, day.Mr. church, South, preached, Inst Sundajevening
hero Tope Jones of Sampson City, .
spout Thursday and r'ridiiy in the Lawtey chunh.Jlr.
Vul,.:iven.Mrs. hern on bUS l1CII" Saturday.A ; John Teston of Jacksonvilhsiirnt ; '
A. A In/on I wai on !i,>.liiinr party composed of Messrs Saturday" anl Sunday ith relatives .
I II.) )Dyal, Uoheit) (iroover and S. 11,
list last w, !IIr. ;. in Lawtey.Kev. .
;\ ... I I. H.m'foot wns Rick I enjoyed. a lltdi supper nt the. Alfred Kvenden: lillel his reiriilar -
roseola a few dnys of lait week.Mr. i near Waldo Thursday.home Fish\\itli he- ,' monthly appointment at the Sax- EVERYBODY INVITED TO COME TO A. D
i brought
; I It. W. Currency, of (. >if plentiful they ton ;M. K. church last. Sunday after"
WIIH a visitor 1 here Sunday.Uncle i . oni- hundred /nnd tifty larjje noon.
I'inhol.sler and "Over'I i ', perch." Mr. 1*. 11. Jackson \isitor tn
Henry was
ami ;Mrs J. C. Barry nml ;Mrs. J. II. ANDREWS & SON'S GREAT SALE
I'inliuMer.! r'ratik Douglaxs I ' . visitors to Jacksonville: the first (part of the
were pleasant
liolnnd Thomas, of the Miller: ) week.Mr.. } _
Attended services! here- Sunday.Messrs. ." Sunday.Mr. ; G.V.. ;\lo"l'lt'y111.1/ family of
; Hull of
Hamplon.'a"
: .r.[ I.. Siirrency Volley Campbell, spent from Thursday to
xi.sitor here :Sunday.;
HoilirPH! were visitors to pleasant .. : Sunday with relatives in Lawtey. This
-- Sale will
March 9th
lnI'ridav| ami Saturday.MI.SSCH Miss 1'v1Villiam": / of Hampton start on 1918.
; ;Mamie I'inhtdstcr and : [ DUKES, wns \isitor to Lnwtey last Friday.

llavter and Walter Knxlor ;Mr. C. I U. Sapp was transacting!' We have a fifteen thousand dollar stock of goods including the J. H.
the leathers'1 in.stitutc ut I.a" tcy ::; Mukes, Feb. 'M.: Here conies lIuk"s.ltJIu business in Starke Monday.Mr. .
urday. h it is not a Nery larite town, : Joe Allen left Sunday for Jacksonville Denmark Stock which we have recently purchased, and our object in this great

.Mr Theodore demons, of .' farmers of this section can repre where he will be, ,employed n.s sale is reduce this stock.In
was in our hurt; ,last Saturday.Mr. it largely, as they are speedily\ I'lirpentcr.! to .
; ,Kred llazen and Jesse .. ready for planting in this ex"Ilin'Iy Mr. nnd :Mrs.!! Itode Adilison nnd children
were visitors to footer I'ond / warm weather makes! them of Jacksonville spent several' the last thirty days we have added a $2000.00 stock of Carroll Adams
day afternoon.Mr. that t.pritir) i is here.Prof. lives in Lawtcv Saturday and Sunday
and Mrs.: C. M. Andrew, i 1'. \\'. Mi'Leod; who has rl'. (Jus I.iHvlholtz' left last: Sunday, for shoes. A car load of new furniture. $1500.00 worth of new dress goods and

daughter\ 1'ny and K ;Morgan : .. finished a very successful term Jacksonville where he will Ret em- laces and ribbons. The
fact
visitors to Starko Inst Sunday f school will put in larure crop this plovment.Elmer is, we believe that we come as near carrying a

inl>!'. in he foels that flll'minJiII: be Hill of Starke, was n visitor complete line of General Merchandise as store in Bradford County giving
;Mr. I.. Johns and W. S. Nnhh ,' patriotic than teaching.Mr. / to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. any

visitors WorthniKton last ;\ : Josie 1'inkston wre the and quests.children" of his of ; Herry Rosier: of rear, Raifordivns the people a chance to select from this entire stock during the ten days of
county,
morniin Many; ;.of the youiitf: folks .., Mr.; uml l Mrs.;\ II. M 1'mkston, ; n. visitor and ;Mrs.to Charles Lawtey Saturday.Mr. Strickland' of the sale at a reduced price.

the paity at ;Mr, I.em .\/ ,' \ ::; . nfternoon.Mr. Stnike visitors
; nnd ;Mrs. J. K.: Cay! of roar were : to Lawtey S.itjrday. -
Cooler 1'ond 'last l-'riday' niuht.Sund.iy Now goods have advanced since
. we bought this stock of feeds and
:; s'ho,11I1'\ o'clock each ,. were I tho quests of ;\1 r. gen
Mr. nnd ;Mrs.! Will :Mott
:Mrs.' l R. W. :Mct.eod l Saturday.i. : and chilIren eral merchandise and
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day morninjr at tho ltapti-t why not and
come buy what
nnd at :i o'cloik in the (i. :M. )Douglas.} H. M. I'mkston U. of Jacksonville sient| s" \ erallays [ you have to buy before it I
last week with rclatnc- Law
the Kiee\yill, I'.aptist clmnh. and 'Ihos. 1'inkston attendedhurch tey. advances again.A. .
that pn'.tildy can attend, as this ui llrooker Sunday. They re
all chance to at ten,1, l.oth and hearing a very, impressive ser Willie Reddish, of \\.at..lk.' wax n
n D. Andrews & Son do
,ilsitor to Lnwtey Sunday.lawtoy not fool with FAKE SALES but their is
(toiiu; can\ I he ,Kre-itly, licnelltted.Mi '" by I IJev. \\ .F. Walters.Miss motto
; i"H Tave Andrews is on the : KIi/u Dukei left ;Mond.iy for ..h. :-J7.! --:Mi1, 1!. It J.nk.on to: make a success good will and progressiveness all
list 1 this week.Mr. t. .Auifii.stiiH'\ where she will visit left Tuesday for Snx.inn.ih.' (Ia.! to and we will guarantee

: and :\11.... I'' p. Johns, of ,. "" there. In response to n telegram ,tb I it I a si New l Itixer, wore pleasant vi I 1'. \Mcl.eod; ami wife attended inj brother were serioulill. in a i ilospitnl
this
II ten day sale.
the home of \Mr. nail :Mrs. I'. M. ut Providence, Sunday.' They in that city.Mr. .
foot's' last :Sunday; afternoon, '" hearing a cry impressive ser- ; Spumeon Anslev, of the N'a\al,
Ititr! M'rxices, i Sunilny' n'urhtTin \ n"tl'rvettatf"n[ ; nt :Mt Pleasant. S I Come and get our prices and let
little .son of :\1 r. and :\11'''. ( iinn.Mr.: I,!. II. Dauvlnn, of Providenceection C., was the guest 'sexeral ,i'.i\s' lat i us prove this to be true to you.

ItcMlIc\ was poisoned last \\" was 1 here Sunday for the nuro.st \eek with his sister i ,:Mrs, 'Pinnard.Mr. I Several years ago when I went into the mercantile business I made
of hi Uauuhter from : Klie: r.o-idholtx of FriKe: Ilutler.vas up
mornimr, l hv. putt in!: n Unison w, | meeting /
its mouth. Inn short time it l>" t :l\i-k.ionville, who has recently mari \, visiting relatives, in La\\itv' ;Moniny. : I IIrll. my mind that a half loaf was better than no bread at all and that many times

hiiM1 immediately, ronvuNioim.summoned and physicians ami i ied.Mr.. C. A. Andrew and family, of :\ 11.: I.. Pigtrs was \i-ttor i to j!''I when I owed heavy bills when I had a large stock of goods, I would take the

faithfully and soon the child was !.." section, were the RiiosH vr11' lacksonville the first of the \\iek. profit off my goods, give the customers the benefit of it
It was a day or two !lieforc it : II. :M. Pinkston nnd family :Sun: The entertainment nt the school turn it into money

I of dantri'i' l hilt at this time it "<'<' day.Miss louse auditorium. last Frulav, evening; and keep my credit from going to naught. ,
be well and' retting nlantf/ nil ) Annie ;McLeoed is visit in)* her ,imler the nuspices' of the I.;nwtey W.r1. .
Mr.: .\. H. JShaw and family ", at ..Jwk..on'l1Ie.llIny, ; of her T. U.. wns quite largely attended. Aoautiful We have a number of I I
]last Wednesday'' in Sturke.Mr. 'lends wish her to return home > / progrnm wns ':.rendered and farms to get our support off of and we can sell :\ ;' '.
; nnd :Mrs. L. Johns '(" A line hoy was l>orn to Mr. nnd is everyone who took part did, so well.ve goods at a very small margin. ,t.
by ;Mosdames Trnoy and. :Marks, :\ ... T. A. Dukes Wednesday. loth! will not make any special mention (
visitors to Starko lust :Monday.Mr ,' .. nnd child are doing tine.Mr. o>f nny particular rendition but will We still ./ J>h
in
John Plrlhol"tl'r !left :\ and :Mrs.\ I K. T. Osteen. of lirook- !lilY everyone did well. The program are the LARGE BRICK STORE at Raiford and we have good ,; '
St. I'etersliurir where he has were the ICU,' III of their son nndInughter i !'ollows' : active and
position and will work there Mr.; and Mrs.: I,. T. O teen, I Song-"Florida"-By seven young young men women to wait on you, and we want to see every man Ia
while. ., and Sunday.Mr. firls. woman and child who '
wants to buy 'n
Michael Andrew vho has ; K. W :Mcleodiitcd his son, Rending of the Fiihle and Prayer some goods and save money to come to ; ",

homo on a furlough, left .\. ;McLeod, at "Jacksonville last: ,,1.V.: Alfred Kvenden. see us and help dispose of a large stock of goods at very low prices. o!';' .

duty, vrointf from here to Key \\ week.We Song-Florida State Song I tune. of.5uwnnne :. .
Fred and I.ucian lliiy.cn rnade are sorry to state the illness of <' River)-Sex-en girl.s.: = -. ; .,u.
of :Mr. and ;Mrs. J. S. Howard's -- : =----
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iness' trip to OaineKville last Talk-Prof. I.. L. Blnckburn.
rn:
E. L. Cronhy nnj family 'hlhlr. ", and we hope they will noon Song- "America"- Eight: young "
Sunday pleasantly' nt the homo well airnin..Mr girl!!.
lint! Mrs Krven Thomas, near : Ovid. liurnette was the truest\ of Rending! -:Memories of Francis E i
}'Oll !
Dr. Cnrefoot. Worthinpton ternon. Exercise! Our Star Six young Son
n professional visitor: here last Drew.. Pukes and wife passed through :rirls.
untlaaCt..rllnon
: "Vote
day. Song for Prohibition'
Mrs. Kensie, of Oaine mle! I'. W.1'1'1..0; <1 bought pen nut* for 'even I'i I'll. ,

1\1 rs. DOUK'USS' of .\l:1<'hun. ::.00 n l bushel. I Hell.1ina-Qul'riu fnr1I'mnrilll'; '

!itors At the honie of J. K.: >ay-:Mi.sse.s! Jel Thursday nnd FI'idnf: lust LAWTEY. :.' 'erry and Locn Johnson.Song .

:\11'''. H. C. Hichard of Starke -"Cet! flr"hibltifn"i't girl.s.lSoig ,
here attending to business Lnwtey. Feb. 2H. Deputy SherivV. -"Wind the Rihhon 'Round 1 ,
Suliscrilie for the Telegraph W. Boisden of Starke wag a l ui- the K'ntionn", Severn! )'011'1Irirls.. I
(jet the full benefit of the story <'SS visitor to I.awtey last Thursday.: PIt1 OuptIiue'a'T: : Hin-- an,1,I









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