Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 8, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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P,' VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA' FRIDAY. MARCH 8. 1918. NUMBER 36.

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i""IIIg'! cu|>--by a very I'losci the main questions |that| are being .'v' 1et .,
REPORT MONDAY .'. I i I'. i In- result hanging in ha lance, ask, ci| .Iu i,'v by the grunt nuiiibi i IIt'1 I I.I CAMP 'IN NEW JERSEYAuthorities
r '1 \ ,nidges making sevc-ial I'Niimui I iMsitius vv'in' gather' about tins exhibit, I _
1 i i i,..fol'E' it could be decided The bo 'h is piettily\ detest! a mils l '
Will Leave for Camp Jackson w II Ii iniiiitv was in the lead The !' various 'tis ate used:I. alluding wlmli' i Waiting J for Warmer

Early I 1'1, I 1I""i" carriod the following acc is one' wh h reads"We. : live at Home j| .. I Weather to Send Them
Tuesday Morning. l"""n I .of the awards: and ( Hmisi" another beating

No Alternates Named .\lm, h in munty'H exhibit at the state K.er.(11)t'n. "We Feed Oni.-ihi- I North I
fa. i i 11..d olf l the high honors taking and 1-Ve I Otll<'l'''." There :I re" dn '
fn" I ItII tie'. $.,(Ilt)() and l the beautiful sils. 'plays of \MIII' | and cotton, and Munpli-t :Minx: I lines, the iiieitum| hUll ]been
The following named registrants ., !IM\mg cup, the latter 'o be won I lof cloth 11 niiiifacluie, showing I that in : I V n i "ked, "\\lix dues nut the government
are called to appear" at the court 5'I," ,till consecutive times before lieloiiging i this ,'olln1till' people' Inn ninke 11\1'11" m end the negro rafted men to training
5' house Monday :March llth nt :I to one county Itrndford 1 coon' I own mate .. nil for clothing :Specimens:; i i : lamps'. 'I'he following letter
o'clock to entrain the following morning s.u t\ mining' in' second. The contest between of varioiu kinds of wood are shown tiom I 'l lor, I hi ht I Praft l 11"lhl'lUJ\I'h'l'l1.|
for (.'amp Jackson Columbia S. s >t these two counties was extremely jnrs with many lIiIT"I"111dllcl.\ of sot'! | Tallahassee, gives the itnswer:
+ C. These select* are asked to comeprepared s'e ilohe In fact it was stated that in I in the comty-arc well arranged and, I| To all Hoards' : Kent; I lemon--Thofolloxving
to stay in Starke in a body b +1a summing up) tin points the committee. occupy a prominent place1, vxinlr, ...nl'I I lot t..1' from the Sectelary of
s Monday night; on account of the early hail to make several I repeated trips to section is devoted to the display. of I i, I War tu the tioxernor; is. hereby transmitted

!h hour they will l leave hero Tuesday Young Luwtey Man who i is now I'tll-I each exhibit to definitely decide somepoints ninny jarand bottles, of about the Young! I .awtev Sinn who is now .Matlimed ( fee your information:
morning. tinned nt Camp Jackson that' wore .so very close that i it finest syrup one could xxish, In factHtadford at lamp Jaiksoti, "olumlnn., Felt H 11)18.)
C. "'. Moore, Lulu. S. C. I was difficult to come to'a final conclusion prides itself. on the ,Broom ,I S C. War Department, Washington.11.MI .
Char McSimuol Underhill Starke, until threshing out these mutters of Its delhious l cnne syrup --- Sidiiov .1. Cntts, ( ;liiviTiioiof
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Oren E. Green Starke. The winners were corn growing coming into its own in Florida TnllahasHee, KitMy : .
Fred Guy Jones, Starke. BROOKER. I First: Aluchua county: :,100. this secti.n inasmuch us there is n DUKES. : Pear toveinorI: I have to noknowledge -
i liarnus E. Newsom, Starke. 1 Second Uradford broom faiiory which i is having all it the receipt of jour letter
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Sidney E. Tricst, Threbtia. School closedlast Third : Palm Bench county, $ can do to )keep' up with its ..r..l's.' Cine Dukes :March r.. The past( few of the Mh relative to calling into
Newton Strickland Starke1. Brooker, March fi.- i' Fourth Seminole county $:JOO. crops of |'inrlcrs and ,'hll Ins. arc :"aiHi'd, days of warm\ weather have put the service the colored contingent <>f tho
' Isaac Blake Carlton Starke. ] Friday. rind Prof. A. J. Gnffis> Fifth JJesota county $100. as also. of buy and, valuable grasses. farmers of this section. at work getting draft still due from Florida
1 Arthur B. Williams Starke. moved to his farm near Starke last Sixth: St. Johns county, $lOO.$100. The canning clubs have been' sucha t ready to plant.1 All they hope I As. you nre undoubtedly informed,
county
John B. :McNeil.:-. Dukes. Saturday. First Winner Alarhua success that/ Bradford Ii/es. 1 et importing for at present is u pleasant shower. the coloird draft from Honda when
,i Eugene: C.riflls, Starke. Miss Emile Spinks ]left Thursday In winning the- first County. canned: good and,i not only Mr. J. M. Dukes lists nlmul lini..he>,d called 1 will I lie sent to Camp: Pix.When .
Miss
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I Park. prize at
j6 Johns
Norman Stnrko. for her hone at St. furnishes. its people with mined goods his dwelling which has been Increment
William Mack and State fair Alachua carried off new it vvus/ derided, to call an -
Guy Chester Cndy, Starke. Spinks is nn efficient young lady who $500 in cash and handsome county!' solid silver but is steadily building up an export started for quite, it while.Mr. of the, draft on or about February .
Graham. while here made many friends regret trade' There has indeed kern : and :Mrs C'urbv Ward 1 were '
Francis Emanuel Heville loving offered by the Jacksonville a complete :!-', it was derided" lit that limn to ,
y Ray Nexvsom, Starke. very much to see her left leave last Sat- Chamber cup of Commerce, to bo revolution in (the matter of home the guests of :Mr. and :Mrs\ O S. Mc-: rail the colored quota from the State
Miss Pmholuter won
:Mamie
Eugene E. Shallnr Lake Butler three times by ono before supplies. and amongt the new Industrie's I 1.,1 Sunday.Mr of rioiida, but al the urgent reromnu'ndnlinmi -
relatives being
Jo Ij.hlW.. Wilkinson, app. urday for( n few days Starke visit with and whilethere retained. VY. E. county Bryant chairmanof is that of a .plow nianiifai'tiiiingeytntliMinn and M 1'''. .1. I I. I Pul.ose and( of the surgeon general\ 1 <>f
friends in
Calvin G. Crews Brooker. and will attend the State Fair in the board' of County ,commissioners ,'nl. Tractors are cominginto family pused through our 1111'1Hutul'\ the army this was. not dune bei'iiusobe
Alex A. Ott. LnwteyJohn of .0\Ill'hUIIncl in charge of the exhibit use and are rapidly bringingwaste day. coiiKiileii'd. it dangerous to I transfer !
II. Starling, Green Cove. Jacksonville. is deserving of deal of lucre, into good shape. with the Regular\ services were 11<'1llu"I Sat 5uulh1'rw" negroes to a northern. camp
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of sickness n great
James T. Moody Sapp. There is quite a bit credit for his display one of the features ngi'n'nltiir il development tlii'ieby remising III'.lay and, Sunday' at SnrcliH Baptis dining' the winter months AM. soon .J
Elijah :N-. ('Coleman! Starko.Randolph this time, which we regret: very muchto of which is a throne RI'litinltli; : a great impetus.. The crop' of i'hini' 'h. Att"llIllIn11" great All as weather conditions permit the. col- >

I Addi-mi, Lawtey.emi have to lepertMr. . Margincl; (Clarke, of Ncwberry whopresides 1I pcc.iii I is .1 i big, one .ai'll year. and ..ome ngain next time Kied' iiiota| fl'out" l-'lornla will be railed i,
/ -- ;/nl I I t.iillis;" , Starke. : T. H. Pinliolster was attendingto over the fine round' mill pniduits ale gaming; in J Itessie: :Mi I 1",1. who line I been illPliiinesville and sent to ( 'lIm!, Dm. .
Nnthiin E. liavlir.: I P.moker.Willn business; in Starke last :Monday. dispHySIM nnpoi i tnni; i 1 I'"n., for the past, three. 1 nppreciuete'' 'fully your dltlleultiesin /e
, I I. I Dnl).'use. Kaiford.: The stork visited nt the home oIIr.! onI n Inner-Ilriiiltorii' County q'htii" i is nothing for the needs. of > uri, and who is the youngest son this matter, nml, will pel'nut of lit)
John Hi( in\' Hams l.ulu. and :Mis.. L. T. Surreiuy Saturday Ih'lIdforll.ntmly. of which Starke is man and l I"< n-l that I'.iadlind, lounlyis .'if T .F. Mi.1..I. nf thin section, him ,di'lav in cnllinir this draft ae soon us
+) Thi i111"I : tint', contingent of men leaving them u girl. Both are doing tho lounty.rat:, S. "1'. Howling being, nut piodiiiing, and that 'too in merethan nlisted as' a volunteei for Uncle' Sain ,',,".hlloll.. make i it safe to do se.
entrain. ,d\ under'\" i I the new regulations nicely. the dairman of the board of countycommissioners I the "needed, .1"lInllll.| so that and says he will be glad when he car >.mil's sincerely, J
s effects N"x -''0th and the mohili/n- i Ii.; W. Lewis Is very sick with pneunuinia has/ done wonders in j mom'v' is being! b.ivi'd and also] ,bi'ingbinuirlit teas the grunt deep" as be wants ti. I Signed ( i\\ToM: p II.\ Knit.Seeletiiry . '
tion law an somewhat different. For I and we hope for him a speedy the way of making a must comprehensio into the unity from other lake a !peep at that new I'ountiy, and of War.

the coin 'ni"Ii" of those who arc called recovery. nail' varied exhibit of its. reM 5et'tpene.' I wools the kaiser for a .petMr. Very trulyours,
in this lontmgent the following extracts :Mr. A. P. Surrency spent ;Mondayin : (Marios: lla>e-H nnd! wife, unitherailed KPWAItP: ( AND1CKSOV.\ { :

from the laws are published: Starke on business. cbildien; of Lake Butler nnuilhermlavv Ciipl Inf. t''. Kit., minor, i in Charge
; a Upon reporting to the Local Board Quite a number of our 'pots-I \ >.S Fiusr 1'iti/K; STIt.WUEIWIESIU: : ;MIUVINGThe \ : : of Wiggnm, S. C., wero of Draft for( Florida., ,
Irish
selects should not bring anything except :' planting cucumbers nnd the guests II t the home" of :Mr. Tommy c '5
rlj will not be toes' for market which are Audrey Snellgrove, daughter of G. 1)18!) strawberry shipping n a- Pinkxton, Sunday, afternoon -- - - "
'' permitted hand baggage.ou to : take trunks or boxes to bo moneyed!! crops in the way of, W. Snellgrove, the Ninth street merchant \ seen begun" I'rid.iy, :Manh hIt when Ill r. and :Mrs Quentis Ward of thin. :Mullet l'.1DII.1'I'iaSC : ) :;

rl' ,c the train. The draft law trucking this season. won the first pn/e given by the eight bushels were forxvardeii by express. section, visited their piire-nts, :.l r. and
with ;you on ;Mesdames II iainey and J. S. Jacksonville Bible; Institute for beinglierfect During the week, .shipments .
only allows the men in military service present M: rue'. John Ilielling; of Prnvidelien) Satur.liy J. Knight, of Lake Butler runt
s take the following articles: A Forsyth are on the sick list this week. in studies nnd attendance. have been, ntea.lily inereasirig and Kunday., In.s announcenii.nt ill today'. TcM-
to of strong, comfortable hoes to Mrs L. Johns, who hits been very I his institute prepares young men and it is expected tlia', the movemcn Mr. and ;Mrs. .1. K. ::11"0.1. of graph" as a "II/IIlo.'all'' for county coniniiHHioner -
r pair relieve feet from th? new icgu- sick for the past week is convalescing. and women for, Sunday school teachersand I today will be well ip towitrd tun'crates :Miller, set. .Iion I were the giii-HtH of hill of ilistrnt; No 2!, composed' ,
lation marching jour shoes; not to exceed On last Saturday morning Undo is. attended by a great number of ', If there i.s no more cold' vn nth.CT "parents, Mr. and Mrs It. \\'. :McLeoed, of Lake butler Worthington voting .
(} four ex'ra' -uits of underwear; not tot Jack Sovvcll had n hemorrhage of the young people of this fctate.Mr I the movement will be 'it i.s height Saturday afternoon.Messrs. pieiinctH. Mr Knight; Is. lookedilium '
'exceed six extra pair of socks; six: head which lasted several hours. Dr. r---- by the 20th of the present month and "' Kim: ... Hayes and Harry IIH oni' of the inoNt. upright ...itl.Zt'I" i-
,4' towels; comb, brush, toothbrush Tnhble, of La Crosse and Dr. Thomas : W NoMes!: and family of Cumpvillc will continue uninterruptedly) until Pmkhton; passed' thiough ourburg\ :Saturday of the eiiunty and has many
.soap tooth powder, razor and shavingEoap. of Graham, were the attending is visiting relatives here I this Die latter part of April.Ihe I. friends.. who will rally to his support (
i It will add to your comfort to physicians. He was in serious condition wc'i.k. plants. I this season are unusually Mr I Thomas has! moved in the Palmer in the coming cnmijiigri| i .
'carry one\ woolen blanket of a [' neutral color This blanket should ly.Mr. at tins writing. fruit. If the wc'iitber conditions continue Mrs U W. Mil.eo.| is on the. sick I announces dm cunilidacy, for com.iniKxioiitr .
!be tightly rolled, the ends of the roll E. J. Ward has moved his! family ;Mr. IIn.11 I'll. 1>. J. Byrd of Graham favorable the heavy yield, will list this wiek.Mr. from ,dmtriet No. I I. conipiixi'd -
:'securely bound together and 1 the loop back here from Lukens.: They are were visitors hero last Thursday. make up for the decrease ill acreage : J. H Dukes ban n new Groper of I Proviili-rue nnd Pulestino,
occupying the :Mntheny cottage, and and t the ('''''mn'" movement will be (his. :II Drunks: in t
voting an
jl.ot/. the blanket thus formed slung: 7he fine Hill Lodge held iM legu- year pri'cincts. r.
:iifrom your left shoulder to your right\ their many friends welcome! them Bar communication oil last Saturday, considerably, larger than had been ex- IIJ 1'. Lacy DnbiiHU, wife, and child ,upright, progressive. citizen who bin

hip. You should wear rough strong back.M.. afternoon with a very good, attendance.Mr. p'dec/, / passed, through here Sunday. rnnd. a Hocci'HH of IIIH own fairs au nil. j
''Clothing and a flannel shirt preferably ; Mntheney; has! moved on his Murrell was on the sii,.k list a 'Ihe ruling price so far has been 15 Mr., Leroy Oster-n is farming with his neighbors lnlievilie. will riinkei it '
I"f I of an olive drab color of the kind la. farm which he purchased from Dr. few days lust/ week. for full crates and 15 cents per quart Ins father-m-luw this year. callable" nie-niber of t the county !lioar.l.
r:)t Cued to soldiers. Lynn !some time ago. :Mrs. I'. SI 1. Harefoot and daughter, for broken c'rates.A \Vn suave a new mail carrier for T. II. PinbolstcT announces his iaiididiicy -
,'1 Held to Complete QuotaFollowing 'Mrs' T. C. Hazen is! .still very sick. Ine/::, were visitor to Alachua last large number of growers have nwlnle, from I.nkn Butler, :Mr. Jesse : for re-election i IIH a member. of
6 the names of registrants : ;Mf. E L. Crosby and family attended !!- Saturday.A ,contributed/ the movement up to ionI\\; in.11' the county sehoul) board /from diMrfct
are
who are being held in readiness ] services'' nt Guilford; last Sunday. surprise.. party was given: tho date, 1.lItVII"h ICobinson! ; n colored, :\ Cnil Si'iilf is working in LnkeButler. > No.t:{, c'ompoHeii') of Briiuker: New
Local Hoard to com- :Miss Hopkins, of Lake City I is the :Misses Wards nn last ;\IIIIIhy nurht.Seveuil farmer probably rs entitledto h u Kiver Grnbam; Iliiniplon' an.I. 'I 1 be- /
IK.j-t I for plete thbcjurtn in case some of the guest of :Miss I Ruby Crosby. this! week. of the younger net were ]I'r<'.- the. "I"'llIt for the largest yield on Mr..1.: P. :II. Dukes, of this Hection, ii'ssii, voting' pi,11'me'Is. Mi. Pinliolster. .
should be rejected by the ex.jamining Quite n number of the Brooker citizens ent nnd report n most iTijoval.J tim. the first shipping d.ny. lie picked 17 has bought a new Ford e-nr. is j nt "prei'Mt' .'hiirmnn: ef the bu.trd.mil
men sent visited the county site :Monday.Messrs. quarts of fine I berries, from only !i'ltdO( ) . has luiiisolf, conseielitious
officer nt the : :Mr. I D..1. Myrd, of Oraha-n rttpnded prow a
camp -
I' . I.. Morgan/ A. A. nnd O. W. plants This is considered/ a !big. yield .'.in.j iiainslaking worker for the schoollllteliHlH
[ 6:1.: ;- Wilson BrYlin.'f I the lodge here last Saturday aftc'i- BRADFORD.linelfurd .
Lonnie lllghtowcr.6fit5 dozen and I.. and li. P. fininey spent noon fur the first pickmicIIOII I nf Ih,' can city.1.1INGS'I'ON .
0<;il- James .
: :Monday nt the State Fair. -- ---. ------- :Mar/ f 6;. :Mrs W M liar ..
1)', -Robert B. Griflis. :Mrs. Conner, of I'aiford is here nt :Mr. I I. Sowed; and family, of Cooler cJU': IS: :NOW 1'.11111,1/ bliss Elba: (lavton spent I the ---
673-Krnest Crum Williams. he bedside of her daughter, ;Mrs. T. Pond spent Saturday here with his S \I'i: I IN i I1U\'I.: .: ,dny, very pl'-axantly" nt blm's..1. V. I 1M:, : : 'II.ICIIDAt : : ::\ TIWHTEI':
' : eirti I D> i"'" '!;.: peel'( father who wits ill.
C. Hazen.Messrs.. very words TueidayMiss .
662- Percy ((stern. : R Crews and W. Harrell :Miss Mary Douglass spent Saturday The many friends of :Mr. and :MM. II : Mnry Dniii'lnss' woe the truest, I the nieetmif nf the council Tuesday ,I.
, 668--Seth W. Roberts.. and V. Ldwnrds; ...(Monday: to taken and Sunday here leturnin.T to her I L. (Gray: of this city will rejoice. with ,of :Hiss Cecil, Kaboin TueHilny afternoon night. ,1. ,AndreWH, Jr., tender-
Held for Special "r Limited Service. home at Alaihii.t last ;Mondiy.J. them the id hin situation i \ i\s a member of the
the State Fair nt Jacksonville.! in good I news I that comes I .
The following registrants are held I.. ;Morgan and Dr. A. E.: Kussell E. Clrmi'tis made n business lip from' their son, Bob. who, write i hisrnntht :llrR. J. \\.. Surreni'V was the guest 1 nerd' of .bond. trusteeii on account of
, In Class 1 for special or limited military nnd I.. Surmiuy made a business tripto to .l.iekonville last Friday. .r that h" has arrived snfi'ly. ,of' :Mrs W.1.: Harrell Friday thn fait 1 that In- will shortly leave (')1'KI..villr'
- service, and will I bo called I when :Mr. J. Warren accompanied by I'\ N. C., for an indefinite stay.
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Alachun last Sunday. across the big waters, and is feeling Little :Miss; I.ui'iln Harre-ll' mend) twin
they are needed for duty within their I'rof A. II, Shaw and son, Albert hazel and :Miles, "Warren of Clay no, tine. brother, Luther ei-lelruled their After aci'eitmg| the resignation cf
limitations. Those, registrants have were pleasant visitors here last Sun- Mr.ntl'wH the, Cnunril' elected,) l1 J.C. J.
Thin ill the ,
were in JnckKonvillc Saturday taking first message :Mr. and eleventh birthday' Friday. 'i
been.called 1 and l ,examined the Local in the Fair. day afternoon Mr": (;I'lly have had from. their boy :Miss, Kvn: l Ldwnrds: returned, home :. Livingston. to (ill tilt vacancy.MKKIINC .
.: Board and examining physicians find- I'rof Steve Lewis and Misses Daisy --,- -. --
Mr. Arthur Tclon ill spending a few since he Hailed and naturally their Thursday from Lake Butler
"', lag: them disqualified for general mil- days in Gainesville this week. lewis and Bos,"ie Cone were pleasant I'i hearts. are filled with gladness that We are .sorry to hear that :Mrs. ..1.f : : 1 : : or' coit.\rv'

itary service: :Mr. C. Clemens who has been virfitng visitors to Iuitord Tuesday. | he escaped) u watery grave, notwithstanding f Crews i is on the sick list this w..k.1 I ( IMMHSIONKKS: : :
4. 2-John Ilodge.452Ernest relatives] here for the pnst two ;Messrs! L :Morgan nnd 11. P. Gainoy the boat he sailed) on was We hopo for her a speedy recovery

:.'I". "< .\ James Benton. weeks left :Monday for Live Oak. were prominent visitors to Starke lust sunk l I.y n submarine. Mr. and Mm: W A. pubosp were At 10 o'clock a. m.. M.tnh: llh, 11)18!)
: 626- Francis A. ;Mann. :Mr J. :Morgan and family attended Tuesday. Bob says that the i-ountry over there t ho guests of !Mrs 1'lIt"' ,,,.-',, father, the Hoard of County Commissioner!
:, 412-Anderson Young. service at :New-. Hope Sunday. :Mr. II. demons, of Alachua, was a is most beatuiful and that the Americans : Ir. Doe Lynn Sunday afternoon was called to order nt the court house
1'i 4 1-Bert Seals pleasant visitor here part of last are treated like kings He says Mr. send Mrs Charlie F.dwnnH: pniertnlnrd in Starke, by (hnirman S. 'f. Dow-

'' Disqualified, for Any Military, the Service Local 12S:! -Jesse :Matthews. week. he gets four meals a day, under. which t: a crowd of the young people ling, with all members present to-wit
: ) Those who were found by 533:!: -Julius Hogan.C71 :Mrs. J. F. Brooks! was a business treatment he believes. hi will grow fnt I Friday( night. The party being given J. .1. lilackweldiT, It. J. Andrews J.
Board to be physically disqualified for. -Libert htokes. visitor to La Crosso last Monday. Gainesville Sun. !i n honor of Mrs. Edwards'; sister, Miss I. Underbill, and II. D. May.Minutes .
either special or limited military eer."ee 588-Robert Johnson. airs. Brooks is agent for the e.aldornia ; l rumie Rimes. of last meeting haul, and
are as follows: 511-Lawson Foster. I Perfume and Toilet Co which need BIG ]FILM: TO UK SHOWN The yn'intf people enjoyed n singingat approved
)143-Sam Wilson. 51H!; !--(o. G. C.oodwine.: I no recommendation as they are well ,\'' ROWAND'S TMKATRK !Mr8 O. W.. Iterry'n Saturday. Notary public bond of O. :M. D.
4 469! -John L. Gaskina. left; -Robt. H Franklyn.OOB I known for their excellent products. Mr. Mark ( ...m..n14 wits the guest of Weeks presented and npproved'
:N 646-Fred Nettles Charley Fountain. Mr. and :Mrs L. edge and little The announcement thnt D. W. Grif :\1 Mnrbry: llarrell Sunday afternoon.Mr Petition presented signed by W K.
':. 851-Paul Jones. R--Hayes' Cooper ,laughter( Mildred spent last weekend fith's "lntolernnr.," which the leading P J. (Crews :Miss F.tha: Clny- Thornton and others asking! for
1"1 509-Alvin Bailey. 271-Willie Robert 1 in Jacksonville.Mrs. dramatic critics of this country have ton, Mrs W M. Harrell and :MissFlllon change in public! road n'urV.. U.Thornton's .
'''!I't Owing to the new regulations on RIO-Henry Laws L. T. Shaw !Is !somewhat Improved proclaimed the most stupendous as Lynn attended church at SnrdM place 1 FurthprIt.tion on
physical examination those who were 62'5: Lonme Williams. at this writing. well ns the most magnificent spectacle Sunday( night said petition laid over until the next
;/classified by the Local Board under 583:!-Abram Johnson. :Mr. Harley and Fred Hasten were on I ever produced I. has been Miss Kth; Clayton left Wednesday meeting of said boardThe .
th., old regulations; in division G of 590Coll I.ackett. professional businasg a6" Worthington Howard's Theatre for Saturday Mare afternoon for her home at Aunlla pauper allowance: of Dock, Wood
Class 5 as being incapable of military 606 Mack McCoy.692Guilford Sunday afternoon ICth 4.10;: and 7:4.: ;, ought to I be welcome utter finishing a very successful term was increased from $3: ,(X) to $8 00 per
dnty, arc now placed in Class 1 and Bullock ( Information for Bradford county of school hfrr.Mr. month. D. II. Johns name was placed
Mr. Colson attended the StatA
will be re-examined and re-classified.' Lee. Clyde playgoers.The and Mrs. C. M. Andrews' were on pauper roll and' ordered paid $2.0O
Charlie
,, Under the new examination if they 389- Fair at Jacksonville Saturday theme of this latent achieve. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Andrews per month. Hpwial appropriation of
413-Joe Medeck.32lWillie I Shriver Mr. and
John
Mr. and Mrs.
1.are found to be still physically disqualified meat, which it in stated sets a /n'on- Sunday. $5,oo was granted Robert fJunter.Tho .
for service owing to nome !! Turner. Mrs G. B. Colnon and son Rpsme. dard of colossal production which even Miss, Blanche Andrews, was the public road granted by petitionof
remedial defect they will be put ini 373-.1ohn Callaway spent Sunday afternon at Worthington Mr. Griffith! may never be able to excel guest of Misses Eva and Ruby Ed. district No. 2, November( 1st 1915
line for special or limited military 444-James Stewart. it love's struggle throughout the wards Friday afternoon. for a public road from Worthington I
'i duty; and it the examination shows 252-Robert Barton. Mrs. W. A. Brown of near hers h ages. The scenes are laid in four Miss Cecil Kaborn and !Miss Etha Springs along the Atlantic Coast Line
k they are now fit, they will be placed 228-Arthur D. Clark. visiting relatives in Stark this! week. ages of the world's developmen t.Ancient Clayton called on Mrs. J. M. Surrency Railrond to Dukes station and! from / I
lin Class 1 for general military duty. 201-Enoch Anthony. Mr. Ernest Dekle, of Old Bradford, the Nazarcn's Judea Thursday night. Duke station to Lake Butler, said
A Negroes;: in Claim One. 39-:Malachi Zimmerman. was a visitor! here Sunday afternoonRemember :\ Habrlon. and u modern American We are glad] to report that :Mrs. road passing! through lands ownedby
"'The following names are those ot( 62-Doris Jones. prayer meeting very city."Intolerance". Louis F Shaw i is improving rapidly.! I D N. Harris, whi. refused to allow
e. colored selects of Bradfordty 108-Jo. Roberts. Sunday night at the Freewill Baptist I is the suc-cpsfor of Among the visitors. to Stnrko :Monday said public toad to pass through his
who will go to Camp Dix as IfiO-Geo. H Scott church at 7,30: \ o'clock. Mr. Griffith's "The Birth of n Nation:-. w'reIr.: ,J. V. Edwards: ;Mr. \ '. lands. After being considered by the
as the weather turns warm 420-Seymore McClover. It is sand to have cost two million II. Hnrrell and :Mr. C. J. Trews.nn board it was ordered that the County
gh for them to be transferred to 372-Gilbert Stewart. 13: -Oren Wilson.n dollars and 125.0I: people, ".",00 horses Attorney be instructed to take legal
orthern camp with safety: I 38,3-Charlie Whitten.. I) Jones.87Clarence and 1500 chariots took part in it. Owen, Ip'i ip Love :'1".V'OryViI.. proceedings for the opening of said _
Sands Vany Wilson. 301-Robert Hudson. Newsom. Among the film favorites having! its q.n. r.illmn Gish, Robert, Barren Alfred public ron.l

James English.Du 251-James McNeil.222Rod 1 1':11-': \rh" 'irintsvay' prini, 'ipid,! rolis an : :Mi :Marsh Miriam Pugi-t. Walter Long and Elmer: I'o.ii.l: nlioiirnr-.l' .l until the first

-Edgar Bignon Davis.G. GotT Wi'U.Dell,' i r-, n.215Fred j-1 1 1 T'lin W. R'* <. i'i"'per, '"<,irntin! < ilmadgi, S"e- ( hft'.n' M nd.ii, : in '\pril, LU *. _








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FRIDAY MARCH 8. 1918.Week's .
BRADFORD COUIiTT' TEUBGKArB. STARKE FLORIDA.
FACE TWO

I !Joel hoi ..n.c1 the Had i I NOTICE
from Petrograd Tm Oulnln* Thd
unofficial dispatch
.
ceased
the staffs of two Russian army corpa.Tuesday an
dated Monday announces thatNarvow Bl"IUI. ol II* tonle In" Hi.llv. effrct. LAXATUB To The Tax Payers of Bradford
BBOMv OflNINaib lt.rlh. or llniQtilnin
rlt 100 miles south of the capital *nd doe* not Clu.e D.r.oUlun ofncBinK County
Although the military pperhticrsalong has been taken by theGermans, In head. Kemcmbrr the lull Dom..Dd The tax books will close the firm
Ir Summary of the War the western front growing in France in magnitude and who are reported to be continuing the look tot tbe *ig-aature cl S- W. GKOVg. JOc. day of April as the law dire--

lltlgiurn daily are / that advance toward Petrograd. In addition TEST! Please take notice and govern yourselves .
until it seem apparent A SAFE
have
J i is said to
.n German airplane accordingly.
\1.k licrce battles can not much longer Leueht'l'd a r
nfternoonand
boml'i-d, Petrogrnd Monday
into the the situation in Russia con B. M. DOWLIXo.
Friday launched, hutentured in Xeppelms were seen a short distance For those who are in need of n remedy Tax Colle.'t
k musks und tinui'k to hold an absorbing place 2-1-St '
,, The French in the Champngne have danger zone without gas throughout the world. outside of the city flying toward for kidney troubles and backache
with the (ic-rniiiriH. were overcome by the fumes which public interest off anti
l.rtn hotly engaged but driven by
the
I( capital were Doan's
KidneyPills.
from Petrograd are to try
titlarks vnuthtost had fcettlcil, into hhell holtund luw Stunt) udvues it is n pood plan
'i After being repulsed in but, those that are aircraft batteries.Still recommended
of the Hutte Ill Mosnil, the <'n' r.tyuttuckcd plnci-M. So far in known the gas coming through further advices\ > from Petrograd: Thc.v are strongly
turmoil-
again and olituim-d\ n footing i.tsuultifh numtit rill' ili'iul and about finding their way out of the tho BoNhovik councilspropo l I.y Pnlutka people:
in part of the trenches from which I eighty iiwTtnrne. Of the latter only ridden, capital( nt Petrograd indicate"l i indicate that the time intervening Louis F. Rosjingnol. stcamhoat pilot
*" to USl'
lie wns driven more than two wecksnifo one case 11 lonoKTered tu IJC grave. that while the Germans \ ( between the signing of the pence Oak and Seventh streets, Palatka,
I following
Great Russia
'
nnil which hehu,J broil trying toregain Sunday. op< rations in with (Germnnv nnd the date set Flo., says:
driven out The \buttleon Larger i sui-d are now in\ol\cd in the signing of the peace compact with treaty Broken L."s... DuplicatedSamo.
lie wall March 12, to evacuate .
I for its ratification, "1 had dull pain over kidneys.The
striking my
a
row are
I the uncertainties the IJuUheviki they
this front has \been of grail intensity. the Russia situation, : nil stores Day &s R civcd OJWepecialzo
destroying
j manifold Finland, and that in the south the capital kidney secretions were irregular
of whiih lire giving rise to against materials which Of\ "..I Orders .We FPo.tat.._
j military nnd political complications. the Austro-llunifanans are making of provisions and war in passage and I was obliged/ to get .. ,..0 W 'OR:5YTN IT.r.
No decision in reported aa to Japanese The negotiations between the inroads into Podolia in an endeavor to cannot bp removed, and possibly to organize times during the night. Owing
peace up many
J. intervention in .Siberia. Negotiations ! lloUhcviki and the Germans seem to drive out the Bolshfviki and thus .e- : a Red Guard army to defend to my work, I had to be out in all
> between the allied governments have been broken off. Manifestly, at cure an untrammelled hold m the thp country' against! the invaders. I blamed that for
weather and
proceeding. Accordmif to a London much Sir Eric Geddes, the first lord of the kinds of
ore which dependence
so
j report Japan has been requested any rate, there of is belligerency developing a among growing country bas upon been placed for the feeding British admiralty in an address to the my trouble I was advised by differ COFFINS CASKETS
measure
to do all that is neccHmiry to iruard has allied tho Russian proletariat who with the of the Teutonic allies. house of commons spoke optimistically ent people to try Donn'a Kidney Pills And full line- of
interests in the far eant. Thm safety of the revolution as the rallying While ostensibly tho Germnn of the successes that are being so 1 got some. I was more than pleased

(I not been confirmed olllcially. Germany cry, are reported to te responding (operation in Finland which are beirg achieved! by the entente alli'd'Ir to find that they rid me of the Undertakers' Supplies

Peace negotiations between from all sides to support it. carried out from bases in the AlanJ ships, which he paid were destroying trouble. It has now been three years Automobile Hearse.

and the bolshcviki broken government Likewise, the peace negotiations between islands, have as> their purpose the driving underwater boats in increasing number since I took them and I have never
been again. hand. The best
Apparently have forward Koumania and the Central of the Finnish revolutionists and *. had a return attack. I have told many Always en !service

Iteiumption of the fact German that the Russian Powers are reported in unofficial advices 'I. Itolohevik Red! Guards from southern "For ome months,"" nid Sir Eric, people about my experience with at the lowest prices. Special]
the
movement and emissnriea have naked that from Merlin to have failed. The Finland it 19 probable Germany's ambitions "we }believe that weAnd the Americans Doan's Kidney Pills and always recommend attention to telegraph orders.
peace be sent to unsatisfactory reply of the Kumunian' in, this region have m view the have been sinking submarines as "
t .., a train under military guard indicates that king is said to have been responsible securing of control of southwestern fast as they are built." I them. Registered Embalmer
t. meet them near Pskov been for the break A semi-official Berlin Finland to as far as Helsingfore. This -- Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't

Teutonic invasion has not yet statement, however, says the Gei.nan stretch of territory along the northern Get thi- spraying machinery ready simply ask for a kidney remedy-get II
t sa tiated. and Austrian representatives have shores of the Gulf of Finland for use It is an important part of I Donn's Kidney Pills-the same that DeWITT C. JONES

The bolshevik! ore making strenuous not left Bucharest, where the sessions taken m conjunction with the holdi ":01 the farmer's artillery. I Mr. Rossingnol had. Foster-Milburn Starke Fla.

. ; preparations, to meet the is German tendImr were held. I I I'I nf" tViA we flnfmnnta. ......on nn m. tho...- .qmlthprn...-...-. .. -fihnrf.....-* Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((38)) ..
advance and Premier Tenitie all- 1 The German !advance into, the interior to the region of Reval, would give tbe! .
I / forth proclamations urging of Russia 110\111 i full swing Again, invuders absolute mastery over the GERMANRAID I ---- -- -

. in forth proclamations urging all with, columns reported moving toward western approaches to the gulf an\
Russians to save the revolution. Moscow I. 1'etrogrud from i'ekov und pushing paralyze completely the movement vf

, and the interior of liussia huvel' 'northeast along the railway from l'<>- I Russian ships of war or commtrce inti>
and A FAILURE NOTICE TO LOAFERS
ileclnred ugiiinnt n separate peace dolbk with the obpect of cutting theMosiowIVtrogriid the lialtic. :
in the interior are
the local council liologme
railway nt -
The contents of the pence treaty
l' making ready to resist the Invaders. midway between the two cities between the Germans and the Bo'shc-' i
, isolated dispatches from petrograilpjiy und! starving out I'ctrograd by cutting viki have not yrt been made public, hut .1 It seems as though my place of business is free

bolshevik. destroying strnt- otr its supplies.In I the With the Anurii.m. Army .in
the doubt that and
: .there is no room or to class of loafer in the This
open every
ami iuU anil France March \1.- i Hv Aufid" country
railways, bridges r< tlu south tho Germans have serurrd d from ,
." t'Kic Teuton representatives exncti' ; .
lire sending l.irgp forces to tin- fight their immediate, ul!jectivf in th!- I the Russians: n price(' in kf''plllg11" pre.se) .-American tr pstronir -. ,.",.!-. ,} a has been the previous rule, I presume. But, listen
ing front. The Germans; arc said to Ukraine- by ; Kiev thenpi- The is to German utt.n. k th 11.1"1. nn: m ,
: occupying their full desires. treaty .
I .
be within !80 miles iif IVtroirrnd! in the I tal of the republic. alter a little njre be. ratified! next Thursday. the salient nurth. ,of. Toul Thle, HI ) <, from date on if you have no business for the firm,
anil approaching Orahhu : than march through 'ns Ann'man! l'l: -U'I.,1! tin'
finulhuffct are u tcn-il.iy I Ir I'odoria the Austrollimgaiianforces \ many ,
on the I sinnc meridian of lungi.tinle i. I country on the :!OU-nulu, routts' ('a.tfl'OI1l e\idently, are meeting with killed beinir. a captain: uh". ..iL'l'a 1 h.i.ntril please stay out. I have notices of this nature tacked

as Petroirrnd! and 1 ::1111') miles west'I the former lighting front 1'hu. slight! resistance as they ovcnun Little from \Vet., Point in '.'17. I up inside but it seems people's don't these
eyes see
tif. ;\\o\ .'ow. Vitebsk, 7.> miles north German reports do not iivlicuto, thu Itu-sia, A strong indication "f tn.iis Tho raid w is a completi* fai'uri'.

,,if Orsha, also i is threateiieil. In tlieUkralno price in lusuulties the Holnheviki: the Vienna statement that they nl. thu-c Germnn pnsoners rcmaininir: !. nAnincan days. Listen, I, Aubrey R. Moore, am the sole boss
the mlviinev c>f the Cicrman: forces! exacted! for the surrender! of ready hn\e captured' more than 770 hnnd. The /ground in fn"ntif 1
iiml Austrians who now hiive joined) Kl'v.hith they captured from the guns and one thousand machine gun": : the American trenches wa? titn and manager for the firm of Rosenberg & ''Moore

their ally in driving: the btilshesiki I'kriiineun rinl.t's supporters FebiiiuryH In eastirn Siberia the linlshevikielements : with German dead.A l. I and if
kick
from the new lepublic goes on rapidiy. ( with reported total casualties fji' evidently, I are placing driving wet snow was fallinjr thi.- garagemen, you get a good in the kitchen

both sides of IUUI> killed! und! T.HUil I btaeles in the way of a possible 0"\\ momingh..11 the Germans tipenviln porch don't feel humiliated. Its business with me,
I Kiev the cavital which h,'s been. in wounded.. anese inviikion of that territory. (' the Amerium salient with everyvsiupun I

ImUheviki. ,control is in ilaneer. Vienna I'resumitbly the rada, which negotiated ready they have de-troyed ut their command. >;eventyhfaty I strictly and nothing else. We know how to do our

reports the surrender of 10,1100KiiBsliinH thu separate pence between tile along the trans-Siberian railway: be.tween shells and gu. shells fell in a I
i anil tho capture( of much central powers und the Ukraine lit Lake 1'ulkni and I the Chinese I perfect whirlwind on the American work without your advice; thats our business, not

,/ \var material and! railway rolling ln-st-l.ito\t-k! was bpccdily reinstated frontier, in addition!, to having mined trenches for half an hour. At th,' Remember unless have
busi
Mock. in the captured city. for eventual destruction, if necessary, Mime time other enemy shells in great yours. stay away you

! Saturday An example of the tendency In'inn\ other' portions! of the railway line. numbers were dropping. on the American ness. Certain incidents happening In this shop have
handed to shown in interior Russia to follow the have battery pO ltuns., I
1 been Germans
An ultimatum has Since !Sunday the
I the Russian Holshevik government by, example of Moscow and declare left the Americans in comparative The Germans., evidently! thinking 1 caused us to issue this notice to the loafers.

the German; commander on the KasUrn nganut u separate peace with Ior.! peace on their sector near Toul. Prob. that the Americans in this section,
(- front who ha* given the Russians. many and for a light to the limit foi ably finding that their attempted having had one taste of gas a few I BRISCOE SALES & SERVICE CO.

three days in which to sign the peace the revolution is furnished ty the forays were too costly, they have failed dave nfc'o, would fear it now, let loose : STARKE
treaty demanded! by the Teutons. Co- action of the council of soldiers' nniiworkmen's to launch further nttacks nnJ even treat quantities of poisonous gas, but. FLA.
inei.I'nt'Ith this demand the German delegates nt IVnza, onuJ.r have cut down materially their the men put on their masks and onlj a
advance into Russia has been resumed. < >U miles southeast of Moscow>> This lery fire and gas shell AI.tll.1 few were affected by it. :So intense

That the situation in Petrogrnd hag council has declined to approve the Again) the American gunners haveworked was the fire that the woods back of

"become critical is reflected In the rl'. signing of a peace treaty with the havoc among the Germans by the salient were shot to pieces. ESTAB L >'I 1886

port that the American and Japaneseambassadors central powers and declared for 0 heavily shelling a large cantonmentxv At ti o'clock the barrage tiru lifted J. R. DAVIS & CO.
havo reitched Vologda holy war. The council at Nnrv.i; by a here troops were assembled. on the trenches to the right of the salient
oto of forty to eighteen, called fur and Germans numbering .Mo(I.
the rupital of the Russian government Near; Wnrneton, southeast of Yprei. INSURANCE
the east general::: mobilisation and ngaiiiiit n came sweeping forward und<'r the
of the same name, lying far to the Australians have carried out u pro
\\J I> of Petrograd./ The British and FrenchrmlmsHiues separate General; peace.mobilization orders. have big. raid against: enemy positions killing tection of their fire. They came forward I Fire. Tornado,Accident, Automobile, liability. PlateGlass Steam Bolle r, Burglary. Bonds
the Kussian apparently intending to make itl I
also huvc left defenders
nt least tifty of the German
...",ital. but nothing Is known im totheir ) I been issued m Kazan province. In tnt destroying dug-outs and l>ig; haul and jumped into what "'u"lell STARKE, FLORIDA
orders) all the socialists nre urged U of
destination.Kepnrts baik Lens i the tn.-ni.he>, but there insUadof
bringing lriMon'r.roul1' I
light iermany to the bittei end. Sinvil.ir the
forwarded! by the way of I the Germans hae begun n rather inten.ive easy time anticipated, found the I . .
lI.tllln has been taken thtrnitncila .
by Ameritiiiiy ail . . ,
London say that the Kussmn: troops nt Voronezh in south contraUU.MI. 1 bombardment, against the hand-tu-hamt lighting r rtady lor begun.battle. ritne .! : :+: '-i--i.!.!.! ! !.. .i 'i.! *W.io$-.:., .!'". ,., .

are destroying railroad proJ"'I.ly ami nnii in oilier cities.Monday Hntish troops. .
I Unen..r'l1I
burning stores as they retire befnrt1, ; The nearest approach to a big bnt- : taptum rallied: men
the German. At no ix there Atlad.till' Ormaiis; tie on thl'Vl' h'r" front hn- occurred with in'e* and uhn.c guns anu wtnt : YOUR GREATEST SAVING :
f..llnt in v.ninieitnr through th, .\
: n..r'.111Ir.. :
tr.taiiK'nuatj '"-
serous lighting reported" the nd.nncc between the French anil) the Germans: I
ulniig the I rem-h front hllv.' I No .
\ of tho Teutons is snid to becautions. featured the ullKia' in the Verdun sector. Here the Froi'.h into. M.in'j Land, and lI..n. "
reports from wuitiU.r 1 '
tm .r.eny whom hu : YOURSELF
Lpicted \
out brilliant at.a.kaauinst
troops carried a :
1'nri* fur the past couple of liay.i. Inone to tt ,iri. < !i out by his iumludeo j
the Ciillonne trenches mil -
It was announced in u dispnUh that rnul near Rheims, the Germanncctipiod -: ::: in the tit.nt.hvi. :
,
Austrian troops tune 1 begun tn adunce a small poMtion but wvreimmediately penetrated" German trenches ns Jar He i {
\ into Ukraine. This movement, ousted the ns their fourth line. The point of wua rient tur soon groups of : In the strenuous days that before
by French. In the enemy s-.urt..J 1 back the are the "Army of the. t
it is stated, is in response to tin upj other engagements tho French lent' penetration was over i> front of IWO: I wire ttooujjn : Furrows it is'up ".
>eal from Ukrnuip, probably due to I uif their iis..ailtints.No metres nnd to n depth. of ,'>i)0) ) metres, entungli-mciits. The Ameiauiii lo every one to save himself as much :
,! and 130; jvisoners, were taken in the poured a ut-aaly hie, but unfortuiutu.iy : as possible. Man
the (operation of the ItoUbexiki th..re.IIr. further fighting::: ::: lias been re- the captain was Killed during the power is in demand on the farms. : I
*on Sejdler, the Austrian prem- purled on the American-held ectora operation. Attempted attacks by the :
ior, mill last week that Austria was near Chemin Des Dailies and north of Germans north of Chemin Pes Dames, the ngnting.Jyi7 class He i. the tint memt-vr of You cannot only save man power, but you can multi : I II
of near the Malincourt wood and in Lor.rnme at West Point to te : its
not piuticipating in the invasion Toul. killed ply efficiency by the intelligent use of :
Iu"'sia.ud.hn.: : that Austria is at peacewith Semi-official went for naught owing to the accuracy While I .
German and Austrian the Americans
of the French fir('. were in front :
Ukraine. ; UP-TO-DATE
statements say that peace negotiation In Palestine tien.lIenb1 forces of the vr.UtntfteiAvnu,; still Jightmg FARM IMPLEMENTS: *
Gorman trench raiding ort'rl\tioIl8 between the central powers and desperuuly: the American #
again have dealt the Turks hard barrage
have been repulsed by the French in 1 Rumania are "progressing" favorably." blow, driving forward their a front lire began swi-iping Nu; .Man's Land 1. : We have them, of every kind and the latest and best :

fexeral sectors pf the line. At I'hnvlgnnn. One of the demands made I ty the Teu latching man> rTUi make
along::: twehc miles to a maximum runnmjf =.ar." i
where American troops weretaken tons was that King::: Ferdinand of 1:11: depth of three thousand yards. fhe barrage awept all pv..slglt:!:.TAu :
prisoner the fighting) was % erysevere. mania diminish his throne to his The barrage swept back u..ii iurthnaking Save yourself. Multiply your power and efficiency. :
An attack by the Teutons : brother. Prince William of Wi'dneidayAgain /
Uohoiizollern sure of jumg; all posaible Uamige : Let our machinery do
near Hutte l>u Mesnil resulted in the the Geirnang in Lorraine to the f vc. your work. :

capture of a section of a Frenih' position German troops are reported tn ha\e have attacked 1 the American troops I When th" enemy had been
but an immediate counter attackcvlited I'ren sent into) Finland, und it is said, and again they have: met with defeat. ,> of the po.:i. .-..., the bodies oi unjerman i
I the Germans. that the Aland islands are being::: usdns Notwithstanding the heavy now and su.Jn.rwere, found in the DEWITT C. JONES i

The British troops carried out successful the base of operations.! The Aliimlsnre the pri-Mous reppulsethey had met ,American trtn..r.,,. Two German oltcrs '
I .
raids north of the under 'guard of wl..lillh trooos: with in their effort to penetrate the ,: wen.- \". .: .:..-.,, m the wire und .
Stnden railroad un,1'aptul".d ypr"I-I Uus-iinii factions.I'nvelenH I'' ,American positions the enemy Monday I uany bodies w.rc in sight. Eik-ht. : Starke Fla.
I'rlsoners (in I the other sector* treasures of nrt in Venicenave night in the Toul sector v-suyed a Ilur-I'\ere visible: th.-gh the .now aturmit :

front nothing of interest is. reported. I been gra\ely damaged by Teutonic prise attack in considerable force. The I one poir.t. ictr ground was UttcreJ i i .

Among the terms of peace "curnmum- air raiders who appeared to se American gunners. and riflemen were ,.nth enemy har.ii grenades, boxes of''' .;.....;,......; .. .....;.; .; .:-.. . . ... . ..
lect historic "quickly after them howeer and .. . ;. _;". . ; ; .
building und they .
cntc.l to King Ferdinand of Kounianuiby monument* I xplo&Ifvr u,.:,.ujing dagouu., and ] v v .a "a '; '!'A!'!" ':'""':'! ",.........."..-.-.:.. .
the central powers was a (1'man,11 ns their targets. The casualties were were forced to beat a haity retreat totheir I,ticendiary tom..a woich: they had nuipportunuy

that IVrilinand abdicate in favor of I small. trenches.Later !. )l tu u \.-. |

his brother., Prince William ut ilohenztdlern. Russia I hits bowed to the Teutonic the Americans themselves in i'hey munageu nowever, to ir..p mendiary '
Prince William 1 renounced allies. The BolsheMk commissioners the same region; took the initiative into ( tvmts in twu lufc--outs which THE McCALL
,\ all claims to the throne on tho ucces- sent to itrest-Litovsk have signed the their own hand and sallying! forth \k-ere destroytj t...t Americans QUARTERLY

ion of his uncle, Prince Charles, in treaty of peace presented t>y the (,cr. ns a raiding unit penetrated Oermnnpositions were in tnem. If the; Germans capured -

\ lM>ti. tie was in command of a part mans, according. to un ollicml statement and brought! back a number I'I: any pn "n..r*, which is doubt- '

4,f the Teutonic army which invadedKoumam.i from Berlin, which adds that of, prisoners. :j:ul, there wer.not more than two or ',.;}' . for Spring It now in
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m Pecember 1911(>, and at military movements in Great Russia Had weather ,generally prevails :hree: possicij, from a listening" poet i il : < the hands

that time issued. a proclamation declaring have ceated. along the entire wl'"tl'rn''front, butnevertheless 1 J l the mu...r.f, many probably w-ere ... ( all Me-
'. I hlmllthe\ rightful heir\ to It was reported en Saturday by the the Americans have I uried. Jjiggintr for them now is pro.eeding : Call Agents. I It.

the throne.In Uolshevik! commissioners they ,, .igain raided ( ,vtht.-r. : .
were enemy! PCM.'ions: near : ana may be accounted : :'. :
the same sector the American about to ign the treat). This report I I \v'urenton. which liu in the .outh astof j or. | : 4 many pages of beautifully -

nrtillery has been taking! revenge) for I wi..ts telegraphed to I.enine and Trots Ypres, and have taken more pns- I Two German prisoners ",'ereVound'i i f\\ t i1Ju.tr.atedde

the Gvrman gas attack early in the ky after the delegates sent to Hrostl.itoxsk ers und several machine !:uns. This: i ( d acj the other taken was unhurt .' ,\ signs constitute
week, and German positions have been had met German emissaries. was the !I'on,1'enture jf the kind on 'xcept for a welt on one of his hands .I\j-4-.: a I
demolished by the storm of shells gent There is little information available the part of the Australians m as many i 'kliere he was struck by a young I :; ...; : f fashion display that

*\er by ( l'n. Pershing's men. In addition as to the details! of the meeting days m which the enemy losses bae .American .olUier when he mowed :t.>r will delight

to fighting in the Toul sector. tween the peace delegates, but the ttolsheviki been fairly h llh. t i ilht after capture. I ........ every
the Americans have been active just said they realized that. any The German*, after riavmg! heavily Krom the prisoner the American IW -;" tj: \ woman who sees it.

north of Chemm IV'* Parties, where further u..IIwould mean more bombarded the British lines west of ')''fiit-ers have secured muih valuable> : '( t 14) You can make
they ha\e taken part in repulsing a onerous cond.tions: and they would lenr.! '" launched an attack but the i n/ormation. One aid: : an;
German dri\e. sign. the treaty without further discussions. Hntish easily repulsed if. inflicting | "1 did> nut have a chance to do any-I "t.- j(j'' garment illustrated

A German official statement says uenvy casualties on the Teutons *nJ,1 i ::hirig1 before an American jumped onto 4,ft ?,\\ hy getting the
that ten Americans were taken prisoner While it i. understood that all the taking! a number of prisoners.As i ne auj grat ted me by the throt>t." I fl cor.
in the latter sector. The fighting Teutonic allies ha\e signed the formi.ltreaty 1 in France and Belgium the'' The Germans had been preparing: : responding McCall

in which the Americans participated ending the war with Russia it weather ..condition on the Austro- :t or the raij fur three weeks anj l1e. I !t iP1 Pattern

was near the Milage of Chivig- is caul that the economic and legal Italian! front are also extremely bad. I:onjreJ to the event)- ightb reserve .: "'t... .
non. It has been known for sometime phases of resuming peaceful relations 1 I with sno .toriri in the mountains and'1 I' (:livition of Hanover. The prisoners I 1

that Americans: probably raem. will be taken up individually by each heavy rains m the plains. Duringil iai, Russian coins in their possession Mtfi

l>ers of one of the National; Gunrd I country. breaks in the -' divisions taken to France some time I 'The German socialists: has> bittlrlyIIttack.e.1 parties have I l.vn active in the moun. I I.;;uit before the Americans took over
the peace treaty with Russia. tam region nrd artillery djels of con-1'' '!this sector.
ago. were along the famous I'hemin I In n debate in the reichstag there iiderable viol-. ,. 'I f for March
werecharges > nlso The
have taken Americans lost
: Vt'> Dames sector, but the German 1 many killed and
r.tatement'l1led their location'1 that Germany and Austria al. place on vario :M sectors. vounded, including ortictrs. The
ready! arc quarreling over the spoils, In little RU--.I the .
: AustroHungarmn Vmericans the NOW
displayed ON
more exactly than anything. a" yet received ,,' war nnd that the real truth nf the forc...s arstill greatest per.onal SALE
from the lighting front. 1 I going forward I courace: bravery and energy
situation in the cast is being kept frois iteamtt the
Bo'shevikt: troops driving I II hrouchout the .engagement anj outousrht
A few more Americans have: )been the German public. them hthcr -
an l thither with the T
> j the
taken to field hospitals near Toul suffering While Uerfin I purpose surprised enemy from the rrHE
th.it
f' 'I says : the German of restoring! "order" and security i naUnt contact was established COMPANY
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from the e.'Tccts of poisonin invasion
gas has cea.edu.trian
I troops m the Ukraine. In the north al U During the bombardment a town
jr. have occupied three nior towns in thouirh O. York
rman official communica 1 1I jehtnd the American line heav.Iy .
1l These men were rot in the trenches t'kraine IInd have captured\ tnre divisions I tions previously announced i that hos- helled. and there were was some Chicago Boston AUinta

'"hon the German gas! attack was of Russian iaf ar.try. as well as ,L unites enist the RliulalUl! haJP I II II *. castaltie Toronto


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COUNTY TELEGRAPH ?STARKE. FLORIDA.
BRADFORD
MARCH 8. !
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ot :Marguerite, Cardinal Lorraine an,11
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n' and Remember buy. what our country Is ('x. the Due d' Anjou. f?
I'' it's the Hut the most interesting! persons, in BEST
that
New of Florida in Short Paragraphs.Told peiting Statue of of Liberty.us, and know We are small in this French period of the spectacle .11,' LOOK YOUR

+ + worldare wo the fruitions of lirillith himseltHrown -
population, but prove to the Fyes: daughter of tho llngoim Tverv vorn.in should nwkitKe most ul her personal appearanceI .

; Live State NewsJ.NY1rrMRlMl,1aAtb.bbebrbMM : Director great, in for patriotism.Florida J. F. K.:, National C5UIGGS; ,VCommittee. \' family, nod Those Prosper two young Lutour people her sweetheart shoe. ltlmcs i is an offense{ to good> (t.iso| wlieio Ix-.uitv cats l hc' easily at-

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I the rnmiiiitio side. of tiruhtli'. pnetn t.t

I I Told by Our Exchanges.IMbbY/MrWMbbrgi.Mleb ''I Savings l.N: MKMOUI. .VMlf that nature the mid mere supply reproductions a human of miens Instoi i_ I I. AI ,i\l l blemishes are great onnnie lo beauty But these can bolargcK

I I Mr Aha Kiulney I Who IHed Ft'bruo cal scorn's and fitmous characters watt o\crcomeby tiding ourTOILET

....- ary t>. 1918.\ not possil'Iy (give.to I PREPARATIONS
I reels: of the finest, picture I''r'I
Peyton Hammers convicted of vio_ products of the farmers in this ji at sad n tear, shown In Florida.!! Kowund'a( '
we drop when it'
mating the Ilarrihon anti-narcotic 1 law of the tate This county is one of Our heaits are these lines to the! I1lcmQry Slnrkc. No use going, ,through life' aside a caursr, rough\ skin can

was sentenced ut Tampa by Fuji.ml the beat t from an agricultural "tanl. Of As one< we wu pen love so dour. --. -- - Tht'lItr"'I' l bl" matte Miioolh ;and line. I'imples' bloti lies l lick-lieuN\ \ and all
Judge( Call to serve six months in tho point that there is in the South:: and GRAHAM

Atlanta penitentiary. He was glvcn furnishes a large amount of Uncle one from us has gone, I skin eruptions icmoveil You: don't hate to endure them.
in which close his Snm'a food stuff The farmers in thia A precious -
sixty days to up loved is stilled! ; and complexion, ct'Mitchell' -.-
business affairs. section are preparing to plant larl:. A voice wo in our homo :Mrs' uthor Hnll and children ol If you want to impiovr preserve your

crops and if the season permits Mndl- A flu"c vacant Hampton. Kited' her parents Mr am "'
can bo IUIl'd.lIe rs.N..au Store / }:
Florida has received its first odt'r !son county will do her part towllrd never :Mrs. N. 1 I' Jones here Wednesday and' Drag ,

for I n car of wood. It camo from New feeding the nation. has to join loved ones' Thursday Ire Cream Fiery !pay at Mitchell's
Jersey, where they usually burn cOlli, [ gone!before :\11'. A. J. McKinney and son, Kay, \
Gone ,
and lone firm in New Jersey: can filld A serious accident, which might Where death and parting comes Were busmen visitors here SaturdayMr. .

it advantageous to buy Florida wool!, might have killed several men nn,! Never more. Johnny Starling and wife, otAIRchnll .
then thousands of other Northern maimed ethers for life, was narrowly were pleasant visitors here! - '

the( Easterner can find It equallyF so. averted today when the Brest cannon ?o hard it seems to give him up Saturday - --
of the official British war exhibit at But well be good and true; Mr. Jim Reynold anj son, Frank -

A. Stewart! of Torrey was tatally the Florida state fair in Jaebonville, And, eom day it may be soon aU4'I1
hurt Wednesday morning while cut. got away from the men who were UJI. Perchance we'll meet with him.lv rill Saturday. "EATS" TO TOUR ORDER
ting; timber in Hog Branch swamp. He loading from tb. ears and pl1ltlll'eot Mr. Jim Graves and daughter UM!

cut a tree that lodged on a IImaller down the incline barely mlasing 80m.: shall l mblllll.l111. :Hume, mode ft buainem trip to Stacks .v&.r fysni t'.
> shall meet, bat we w. an ,...." .t.1I ta_ t. ..,.. ....Ia .. ywe .
tree. When fee eat it off a* wall 16 persona who were at the bottolll. vacant place' Friday.
knocked 11 teat and II1It.&hlec-1njariea ,T te gunk carriag.went tip to its !h ault 'IVe There' shall U hu.now*one r to caress Mm Dr. TTiortna and .lf., Mr. >B. T. full e..r..J;.. r .. ........ "e.a.w..d..1 hI.dI.

from which be died Thursday morn- in the sand and it wee t>-isary to die When we breath oar wealprmyt / 'Stewart aid wife motored eve \eValdo e.. ....I t tes A4tk "wk.ol..s as ..att.u".- et rear pleas.aa.

1lIe. S treacle t. puU the mater out. HaD1 *. ( Sawn'EuncUy! WalUre i artepneon Milrs. and lUIpl ...... drier vela bs s.i.'sttaa .m4 a.erhbl...
earioas Twntors it UIe state 1M wttncted <
ta: ctrexrrl o ort at CfoarwvteY la 1at 1 iykas the to tx cool when a aOl .. ;..1 ta nte wisdom KM raeaAad Mvarea ww. pleaeaat .teitOft ben

$es. Baby B. Jofte n. I t male for Ue blip cWplMBe of MM Job- The boa His leis bat glT' ..; Saturday .vanlag.I S. K. MOORE,
Light Sae Pewee Company *f 8t. ny J.n a faow. to kelp Iti tk.. ..peI'Joa tad t.heacllb.. body' irombenTb alai \ Mr. J. B. Villa ud..u.. Geergt.

Bt. Petwsborg verdict the .,tea MRona : .\ of Mttin* the enaan t. taKibift _. maul ta cat hi Warn tad Greta Mills. 01 @tsrkq ware ben STLtICzFLOtIDA:
for 910,000 okeui( (K TRI c3 "I lt Ft.. te*iM of tattles .1Id Sunday evnla. I

grew oat *f M. death of H .. JaEortaad. I the elcptaat wr ua ". occopyt Its* God that ba b4mLft MHn Mr. L. C. Bmltk. wits and elrld'renaM
hkh to MU4 to fcav beee I three Deng* ta Urn The ract Usat ran aU en? wrrow Deal Alma Price attended ckmeh .t

the mutt of MfUgeac *n th. pare flit i England aNd eleylunts U Ia& toi fee again w* V P* to 1 -** tb.. }amp_ City unda1.M .. .. -.-----. --
,. C. B. Zeberts tnmA -- -
buelsaa
the eoaapaay. i transport bar MR mats tMkm tie i.. GI.,. LazId' pAsatasled. a ------ ..
Wbea the .. 'II fI" r.. ...
i MMHy and vtiliution .f aa eI.pLaat rip to Starke 1I""a1. . .. ,...tU'ff U" ..." ... ...." ...,

Lured from hla heB By .. MEre at the State Pair to tR n.r rt ghee In beeves ta toy we greet Ut_ Mr. H. M. Wainlin, mad A boxln*

started by Ute nsrdwer for .U.' Britbli CMBOO each s U ixwd .. t1. Wbor. no farvweU tear U abed, rip, to Strk Ddoaday.3tltLSl CAN SHAKE HANDS WITH

parpem, Nafta Wiogato 38 y.r. .r western front qoit a eotaddtmbs. Pea Mr. H.dn.r took Kls eta<< Uld YOU

age, 4 farmor r-emdiee about *..MV. traveled ea, LEMON JUICEIS YOURSELF

miles nerthwnrt' of OaUakaa, Nasicttoaty CLAY HILL Till 'e reached the last .f pane SKIN WHITENERcwTs .. f
WM ..b., to death by *altn 1111. troabl owe comes aptl; .
Kt ate rbcr I ..... y.p ...". a Real J'I. laaarsae..hcy
Trn MKM>IB Saturday>. sever' ecu' **, -
'eloek. Wlnguto is well know III Clay fill March 6/ )( '. 11. B. nud- And pleaoorcB H Makea Creamy Beauty /. 'I. heaL. Shake elf lh.

ion and Fred Long mad. a bcnrlM .. ... ._
ITiMsau county. 1nI8" eonftrftfratlona !near break 't GJI Lnbrar rem a.. i.. S
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letien For Few Cents. i
Jacksonville Saturday.
trip to a
--1- has end . inter*
ao ; *
And Sabbath e.J mask efts y or
W. 3. Daub, of Easter Pa. who has MM Alice Prescott, of RtarI.:80: h dwells with Jeira, 7*e\ joke of two trash I lemons strin- mea : efll
there .. think
lh. ulJ I .
. a r
few last week with ret .t.. Th. w
Fort
in pent a
winter days
been spending the apm. fId Into a bottle containing three! oun-
Never ta part
fishillg '..ITMI in this vicinity.Rev. ..ia tb.ir >iml properly I* b.
Myera, after two days spent "< of orchard whit makes a whole I I prx
the river this afterno Jamra Strickland filled hag rtR'-, behold : If K.". bass to feeli -
for tarpon! up Sun. TbI1 art gone; we no longer uarter pint of the mont remarkable ..niaiurv fom
landed one at the city dock ml'8lurinRsix jlur appointment at Middleburjt. thee, "mon km t beautifier at about the rout I I L i i.1a hitherto' w.k. up now and get
This is the third lay and Sunday night.Mr of thf
inche .
feet seven rough paths We
weiRhnfiftyeight Levy Starling was shopping; In Nor trend the one must pay for a small jar of the or- / ; int.r,il l for your ownnt.rats
others,
of the I'II'l\lIon' ; two by thy side'l1ut ;
world
and iixty.one pounds, wer Inckeonville Saturday.Mr. wide 0/ mf'rC'ylrp mary. cold creams. Tar should Ie I CHI, iniur* your bout and content

hooked farther down the river later Fred, Long and II. IJ. Mutes. tho to arms embrace thin ikcn to strain the lemon juice through far a mall premium.; You will hardly

tourist. Tiadu a buainPKs< trip to Green Co\'e spread mansions fo a fini cloth so no lemon pulp gets<< in, t of it afforili
in the afternoon by a Thou art gone, and! I feel the'paying it yet
Springs Nonday. the nthis lotion will keep fresh fur

Perhaps tho most rcstructive fire in We are (rind to know our nc-iKhbo 'erchnncc snken I thy, weak spirit in doubt. lonthH livery: woman knows that i i you a permanent protection againttira.

the history of Kissimmee occurred +i on :\Irs. Lilliun Wilkinson< has r't urnI'd moti juicy; is used to pinch and re ,

Tuesday night resulting in a proper ifter spending quite a while with he'r car Mr. Rodney, thou nrt gone to io\e such blemishes OM freckles. Mid, ..

loss of nearly $: OOOO, when the mifttantml nothcr.James. rest, ,%v floss. and tan and is the ideal! ukmftener
brick block U-lonumK: to thp Strickland visited Jackson thee .. JOS. E. WILSON
We will weep for whitener nail beniitifier.Just I+ 'i
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Mach brothers> located nt the corner vt I viJI. Saturday.We to :Mm. I n. Lon Bllt thou nit now hero thy spirit! try it t! let three( ounces of
t o- arc glad report
viia
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Ilrondwiiy: nnd ])akm avenue Ionga to be. ri'h.-inl. white nt drill shirr" and FLORIDA !
tally d<'>,t ro 'cd. The lower forthe of mproved after being ill for a few I any niiiliii i STARKE
two lemon- from the groin and
block wad occupied as. a I-urue( lavs. fll'nrlr.: Rodney, thou art gone to re14t .
anti addition to the loss of the bin I Id- Mrs. :Maggie! Judson 1 of Jarksmille ; toil and cures, lire (tier lip> a quarter pint of tins sweellv fi.ig, t
in automobiles and, thr,... ' wits visiting! her parents, M: r.IIn,1 Thy shall distress tin' rallt N!moil Intiun' and, """-:'|'I' 'it il.iiUi' : ..................
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ini seven twisted mass of wreck- Mrs. J. S. Starling a few days thl1 ain and sulTering '" the r"d.t n.c',k. arias std .............................
trucks a
arc no mOrl"Th. ;
two new ears were greatly 'Iam- I'eekMr,. .. saints have welcomed the" .milAih I'.i'i!' )
ago;
: fuyler nnd brother, Con Wilson
,
more are moor "
alt''d and nearly a score home.We .
; The work room con. inline a business trip to Lawtuinturilny in heave'", \
i leis Kinnhed. ? liojji- tu meet then
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loss of nearly $i'JOOil.oOO.} when the HUchincry we'll ,dwell with Jesus nevi .
Where
:Mr. \\'. M. Hudson! of ,Jac'k"on.viii. .
ruined.
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These are totally .., Msitnl his parents here! Sunda; to part by Mr.:n lIill.Writt'n and. Mrs.: Joy John rr: ::11

In shallow water just south of the 11..11011I.s. : 11. D Iliidson.Paim --. I

government jetty at the entrancethe to rs ure busy planting "orn RISING]
his week.
liajboro harbor, St. I'etersh.ithe II'r.; : .
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body of :Miss Agnes( Craves, i of .i.VSFKI: .I. AMI lOI.IIWTLAtr Congratulations
New London, t'onn., was found th Mrs. (!iuver :Moore und sons, nl'Y": '"
Ot'Ol'l I'Ol'NTRIs :
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'N. of I.'ortlyel'M: wlm. h.l.1't'n
moininthortU" after" 8 o'clock,( by nn,1 Uiifunl, .
this I li I i'"
winter visitor of 1'ouit visiting relatives in M "
F. a
liovnton for erninlonu ,.. 'any three weeks returned! to .th- II ,
mouth. O, who win hunting item( a citizen of the Unite {
the, dioiv The body had wu ,hedup..n I lutes livintr!, or temporarily rrvulin homl' lust Friday. I
the I l.eie'li, but the incoming; tiole In Flondii, who will turn n deaf cnm K.: i. Lewis anti son, 10:11111.I"!+ .rat III,
The lieu aver' i AHUM Ja week in and 1 around Lake I'.uilaftuir I Our Farmers
had inMifil it uJ.'aill.! p his country':* call? A true i
notified nnd I took the body to the llai I kiln will not und I am appealing i in \' | trees.Mi" Mi.Me I

ris undei takinit pailois, where tho le mime of'our' country that our pro- : ,! Klma: Johnson visited ,
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luther, .Kimi .M.1 (!r.ue; ., who urrivo.! pl lu conic to its lesc'iie. Where is tlw .rf'-. Mae Mai-den and :Mamie t \
and l dircel I. Saturday in Stiirke.::; She return -
here lust night identified\ It mlll1 or woman yes-evun the ihili Illst ,
ed that it bo embalmed and prC'pnrud who wuldlot resent: the liiHinuutiu c.1 home Sunday, morning.
i New London for I in Misses Maud, Normnn and Olive I'.i" -- ---
for Shipment (bnrk to 'ven, thnt they were lucking pniotism .
+ burial Mr.: iiiivps will leave with lhe ,' for their country when the ..Tn..kon'i..it",1. Miss: Klnui John .n I

St hody Tui.day, night I ireiirn! enemy is knocking ut ullr I Idour IlIl Bt Sunday afternoon Osvvuod ,
? :Mrs. U. I'. Kersey and sons,

1'he third" liberty r.onn eampalj I Your sons your brothers, and i in nn l i.ibron, attemk-fl I'rtittr'nst< in th, ,
and ,11th"ir
will ,be launched in Jackiom'ilIc1.1I'l'h; hilly inHtuiiM'H your fathers, have iukern>rtc section last Sunday, T ltllfir' ?
had I >
1 wheniicnkurs from the tre1Jsl'I'Yd'p' I 'one to the front in the defense of uur ritmn homo -ome one .'.'
will lie, here to urge the and suiely when your govern, e nut, in 'li her home and .line' M
II1I'nl mntry
r",'." si-: \ of support for the i IKsue .I nll'nt is caring for army and l1anut'': II. .n' I 'in'ning the home. AM.!Ithat. Ft\ 1'.1II. i ii 11'il'it\ ' ., ir >'nl) farnnTi: to grow goad product; UnuH'in-il'' ( '''//111-( :,' i 1'1dd' ,, l lrinthivi
thi' "
del I Ii Ira was two or 11I'11
ithold u
month
this prelim will t a i
lady blood '
lli ni!' i' ivn V"U "ii '
,II., 'i 1.1.it-I peninu, of the crnnpnigr| ;i ii n. 1111' from th'i- ii.\ still you :! >.\ 1 i,?,> d. ." I I the place in damn I r 'unI '.\ "11 cnriil( fin/1*' at tin stiiti' I'all' III -.1.1 not illr.'I n +"111'1 II'IIIM i ,

.'I,01.i i, .. "i. \\iilely he dniirtlon known spenkoi"of Ih' I IollyinM'You nrf, Thrift 0'1'' ..'i.j|:hvlVi.r the nr.port limit 1 S, ,u 'mR: ,5:..I''' .\: "I 1.1, ,, .!ae Mi.,all lint they AlvlI'('nuld1".111,1 !/ are 'h) < ,. I lien/ i 1'.1.' .i ', I I".I, Innrhc i n.di"I'\ \\ iiiiiiiiK lI''' |PIIZI'' .tan+11 I I In1 l 1,1.: ,, ] ul :St.trl-s\ I '

i . I.il, 'ilv 10.111 ,tinI'n: i test St ,iti', ,., mid ,'nli of u tine son, I I..n. u laV'lMinl "
i I 4 in .111 i "' i i 'i I tamps N-im i .1 b.v pin I .'iiyr.rl: 'lIl.d Ihi'in' inn,.1 oimlmlly.,
.' ,'i i nf tll' t i n i-ury ,i'p'lI.t-' jn 1 dtnunuaLun| , + i'f !") II ,1,1 I'l -' I I.! 1- ,"I ". ,

i I i I.. il.e li"' I Ii .1-1 .iddr, ."s 'S ur one r'tit arl,htimiiil on i in h \\,11': , the little aun has I tree i rm'i i :
'' ,.:,sly -.''I i ritu, s of th,' I ",\Ivingitnirp' fur, ".1' h month, a.iltitni ]I' \I! ;M.I 4'iusby, I
I I .- i "' 'I"i'. i ,. .mi -Iiralull(' u',\". ill with t,niMiunia for (he p.i't' fwd ( t lu-r' tin-I lounty, would have won/ the lir-.t. JJ'i!/ .I ,.' nail, iv i nut improv'mi; \'. i .>' ni'ii'" II,
li I, I Ivi | ii In' "ip lie in For ,-.n ht al' .ivin!:- f imp! I u' I II i reuse|
< thl"lilt ...' '. b him a speed ly n.< 'uv < ly that tin- d"1! i inn between ISrudford und our neighbor, Al.uhiiaa -in (
i I' 'I I i tit 1 I i"I'I t'' n' -ipaiat I (;overnmeiit will p'"''v y..u "i nil( un vi ipe! "
., I", :diLion In \\"IoidyI. i iI day of .Tnnuaiv: 1'iJ I !I. Yon (',\'\. \\.11. the "Itt..n. plnntiiig lookik! ( I to know which of the two coimtiu.H to give tits ..
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that hav worth ..r iiilge,, ,for a crop! fur lhIIHIM / hat t : the .nhlgus: were puzzled
I I.. .. |I" ''i. t Ii,,. n, soldiers not own lnci" e than I/l1)11/ ) I money '.
.. i .,\\'I"' <>a111,1/ represent! thPII"' nt maturity value. in nny ram tit :Mr, F.little T. Norman stalk of eultmtin i lit.) .,t prim to.
"f' '"man's Libeity! loan "'omIYdir.il nome. Interest at t per ,"
f"III I" 'I t,, .' ,..I I t the reserve dii- pound" d iiinrterlv| lui" I Imen luldndnninif ,. ...n |>l'iie and on milking he found an exaniiI n >10011') I' Lot's not let luck of time prevent un from occupying lir.st place at the J.
,, to mntuTity. Should you 1 I... mil, of thi.i plant,
t'I
iii t ,'mpellcd to raise the money, and >'nucoul,1 I \\ evil which had eaten the blue' am, nest fair. Ilitfht now in the time to begin preparing for it. A number of our

\ 1+I' ter end, i collision on the ,,"Loll'cI: nut do .so going from to another the po-tuTic source( .. th,'. w.ocd enough was still to there.find just If one they littl.'tlllk "ri.. II IIpl"ntiful prodiif:, are spring crops flood; ) sample of/ these should' hu carefully: fart
occllrreoilitIIII'i.tta: can by
'ou
at An.7 l.i'n'i I"",,'railway k cnturd.iy/ morning bet""cntwo )and giving 1" days notice" ,before get thC'ml'ashpc1 !lie'JoI-' ,?what will they do to larl'l'l( away and saved. To help organize; the work the Hank: of Staikc hereby
maturity. -
the government
Bright trains, runninjr extras romltralTic by reeeivinjj; the amount in cnMhpai.1 Mr. II. L. Stevenson has 1 been one tenders its services. Formers who will save exhibits for the next fair arc
Jacksonville. :
.
for a
bound with interest or this section to be 1 a heavy loser in

."was tied up the at that afternoon.point anti HnKinecr ad Hud therefor approximating, together 3 per cent.It I th.. cattle lint lie hat lost a lroo,1mnny reeked; to come in and list with U'i their names! and the product or products
about > ", dock in winter.Slr. .
of the second truifi. is our duty to save our quart+.rs this make careful record of this information and
Aldriel, shaken am anl dollarand buy If not every day.th"n ,. :. I and Mrs.: Julius Norman it.: they will furnish. We will n

I was bruised considerably, he being the only person up in- every week every month dollars during thus! t'nde,1 Saturday the State and Fair report in Jacksonvillet a nice time when the next fair comes around we will know right where to get the prize
!
and pet for our i
jured. The rear train was made up ot the year to be seen.
sights
of
bonds
,,
and plenty
small government goods
miscellaneous freight. There were vested, : ---- --.-- winning(

that several twenty cars animals of cattle.were It killed.is While stntoi of whi..h the are greatest better banks nnd safer in the than United all I uI:'
wreckage was considerable the work States combined< it at the next State Fair,
Le-t'rt
and! go to your post- Morida. prove
fast job. Superintendent Start today
wa -
of clearing! up a merchant orany ever before accomplished
stated lav office, hank, your
Purvis
H. W. your mediaeval
idea of
these stamps, and lCives so fine an
selling
night: that a thorough investigatioi; agency with Uncle Sam lie Paris. it is said, as D. W. Griffiths'
will be made to place the responsibility bej gin an account smile of satisction tolerance;" which is coming toRowand"
failure to keep patriot, and carry a
that a
It appears with the know- Theatre, Saturday :'Iarchlfith
eignalg; on the part of someone was undoubtedly on your face answering youruntry'a 4:30: and 7:43.: ::; The old Louvre
of the accident Il'dR'e that you are
the cause disappeared\, hasLeen
therJ'ood which ago
effect that a number 01 call-see that every years
the
Rumors to with rare fidelity torecord.
smile- reproduced
persons met death or were badly in. citizen be carries done without the same the know- : and old prints. A glimpse of
were entirely false. it cannot the signal for themaSlacre
jured their country the bell that tolled
have helped
.
they
ledlCe
Let this of St. Hartholmew is had.Thill .
One of the recent industries! for pro. ring these of trying organized times l effort inevery bell:! i i. shown in a tower accurate- BANK OF STARKE /
work an
the establish. be a
gressive Madison: was the belfry of theChurch
how Iy representing
oil mill several home in Florida no matter : ;
mtnt of a large peanut of St. Germain-1 Aux'rrois,
days ago. This is one of the largest; '-,table it may be. citizen who which stands close to th. Louvre nftoday
mills of its! kind in this part of the I again appeal to every the ta.moualaJllsrin.: .. duLOlJvre.
and
South ant .has a working capacity nl Is able, and not already doing go-buyspace no to The Bank of Helpful Service

quite a number of men. The firm,, matter where you may live-to and o'el'your To wondering eyes are visualized
U composed of local ValdcMtJ in your home paper of history,
which celebrated characters
neighborbty thoI'<"
Ga. business' men has recently own name advise your I Starke Florida
Cammilla, and War Saving Cathprine: do Mldui: the arch plotter
taken over the large plant ol to : Thrift and wnitror h'r 1 son f'harbs IX, the beautiful :M.ir- ,
hang' hack
Florida :Manufacturing Company,,' amps Don't ..ter of Charli J
the else lo this first, do it !' rite dc I Villon' si
ejtdblistment one --<
Island cotton -'I some lender
the largest Sea know I-\dmiral f'oligny. the sterling
in tho world. The new firm ynurllelf. and let your people "f th,. Ilutruerfits, whom d,' :M' 'li,'"i
and! what nrpdoing
will he> ""bere stand you I
and you d
remodel the plant betroth
I
will nt Vu\urre
red henry
what preach, ,
ready in a short time to handle the then practice you





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FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1918.

HRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPh STAKKE FLORIDA. ____
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AGE FOUR !'I.A. .own. It. P. Oulnoy.

on his muck by her sister and Miss Lois Dinkins, District No. 28. J.RWI.y--J. H. Moore, o. W,
took the crump and dropped the ax on ed to their home last Friday aftermost a potatoes as a try-out early date who will take in the Fair for a day or I II."".",. r. J. Terry.I .
delightful visit with relatives | furm. lie will install at an I D htrtrt No .'7, Snmpaon-. C. Itauknon
Bradford Telegraph I
I County his foot. I'an irrigating plant. two.Mr. from Fridayto I ,\. f I. Hrov n. Cm Wynn.
of
:Mr. George Wills and mother here.Mrs. Prescott made a business trip N. D. Davis spent 1 In-n. .ict No. JHUT( R. I' Lenin. rnnk
r ( ;Jenrgia, are living with :Mr. Jake L. L. Supp and little daughtl'r.Geneva. Guy Hawthorn.Melntosh and Gaines Sunday with relatives in Nassau I I J'oki,'. J. W. 1'wl..

f Published Weekly, and vntvrcxl n* HCC> Vttininour' this place. visited her daughter, Mrs. to county. .:,ini..'l I' F:. R 1'01'PEt.L,
last. Tuesday. I Mile last week. Stipe" 'rintcnilint and StcrduryVlarcli .
(iiunlv
Kndoavor of this Maud: Wainwiight visiting t I \
('.'". ond clusn matter at (lie iwmt-oflicc atStarhe 'Ihf 1 ( hustiun.sends tin sliest wished to any 1'nvute. Wesley ('. ('lison of Co. C, :Mr. It. H. Smith and .daughter Hugh Fryer of Sturke. wus r. IMC
"Ia. und the day, friends Lnwtey Sunday. S
| in
Hawthorne spent
//i'. J'ltiriJa.K. ulclie 1<1 .i. I that may i"ad this notice..Mi J 121:! 1 Rgt., located nt Camp forced, Whp..ler.Mm'on. leave, hl'l'f':Mm' 'if with 1 "f lames one, clay lust wed ,. ;.Mr'( Steve Carter, of Stance, wn a + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

= ; j ,'. .J. ,liii ( oMiii was in Lake Butler his family, (in.,to who join was the (',>!lors to several I' :Mr. Smith Jimpof Scuttle, Wash, visitor; nt the home of his brother, :Mr. + POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. +

) :. S. MAT'lllh\\S: Kclilor AMI! Owner. :;-.il slay' ". biiiiniss.Mi And'i.son; bpint Sunday months ago liecuiji-o uf having his. war who is visiting, his parents' here wits u George; Carter, last Saturday and Sun + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Ke Ii.i
Heto I
KOUIVsON AHHorialf l. liti r. | I s of thin erioneously drawn up, is home visitor, to Juik-oiiMllo last week.<<; Hilt RFPftFSENTATlVFCllnUP: 1.
J. r. ; \\illi t :.Miss Rosa lluin.tge /papers day.Me .
nu'iit on twenty days furlough before I u5t'fit I lie examined und lo his hit =tir -,. O. and N. Prescott of Clay I ..'n a candtdnte nor mrmDcnthip In thu
a
and ,
.111" i iId'. lions of prvKpntatlvva hereby nnnounci
., v. Wai'un Cullin filled hm regular taking his departure. for the battle for Uncle Sam. Ml. Jones passedami 1IiII1'1'(' visitors to Lnwtey last Sun i my cnnillilnry In Gossip. 1 In the cominit jirl-

Mu nday. Hu hud u large fit Ids in 1'rnncc, ', und all arc glad to is waiting for orders.Mr. 1 mnry I foil that I know the needs of our
r4ca- ,i|>|i niitiiieiit W. J. Jones of \\ ater- day.Mr. and ntnle in a IcitiBlntivo wily and luiv-
[!2JY ; and :Mrs. and rnunly
him more. M. Truby son
once Mrs. J.
three sec
iinwil, ) and, received new mem1'1'1' and ,
r _ moved to our burg. In "I". n chief clerk of the IIotiBtt for the *CN-
again
- town have of
i in I hi' church by letters. his old position Joe, und ( .ii. ;Maikley Johns uloti of 11117. I am fnmlllnr with tW proceed.iniri .
Mr :Manuel], of Starke, Is in our VANDERBILT.Vanderbilt :Mr. Jones has accepted Kite Com-! :Starke motored to Lawtey last Sun of "Hid body. I unllclt th. support of all
:\Ir..1k. John us manager of James ,democratic votera ftntl if vlrctod. prnmiiufaithful ,
:: i:1T1112.4516L78: t ICIM.II, now und will soon put day.Mr. and efficient ...rvlc... K. A. GUEEN.FOICREItF.SENTATIVECROt'P : .

1 ( ,,iii,,',, Hitw mill to running.: ;March fi.-Uev. R. W.Lnrrnmore PUAyreal treat was the fun fry given : and Mrs. Henry Bennett fair and -- ---
took in the
business m"l'ting Pearl

Miss
;Monday night was daughter, ,
und also of Hrook'-r, filled his in Sampson lake last Saturday. Plenty: of the week. 'rwo
with the church, Jacksonville the first myutlf candidate,
night church at I ht'ifhy announce a in
tho all u
It'r the {Sunday school and Christian: Kndeavor : appointment at Baptist There of fish were caught and reported :Mr. UBO W. Carter, who has been Group\ Two for re-nomination for the of/Ico

fflh112i3T4i51o to elect officers: oa follows: For Saturday night and Sunday. good time. confined to his home with typhoid fever of Ropmentstim In the LegIslature front
W. will be preaching at Emanuel Sunday. Miss: Violet Chapman, of Putnam Bradford county lubject to the action of thnItemocratla
: Christian Endeavor I'rebident, K. ; for sometime is convalescing.
t- : election to be
attend Sunday here with] primary held In
to
... I91Zii Taylor vice president Davnl 1'. Coffin; Kvcryhody; invited Hall, spent the week.end :Miss Eldcdge! Reddish, is a visitor to JuneHUB.. I rmpeetfully. lolicit the support
1z [8 223 prayer meeting committee W. K. school at 10 a. m.Mr. relatives. Jacksonville this week. of all voter at Raid Democratic primary and
Uloodsworth made
a
Mrs. David : Warren week for pronti.. a faithful dlachamo of my duty If
:Miss Ruth Coffin left last
Taylor, af Mr. II. W. Hurney .
K. M. Norman Sunday honored with re-election."
call Mr. I am
: j252627829SO[ I'. coma; lookout committee, :MIKSKuth on LAWTEY.Lawtl'Y Camp Johnson where he will be em. 12-ZS-tf A. S. CREwS.
OrillLs Mrs. A. I.. ternoon.
Collin: Dean I Messrs.! Leon Conner Hugh Alvarez ployed as. a barber.

Smith; secretary Mrs. A. L. Smith; und Oren Reddish made a call near 6. Col. A. Z. Ad. Mr. C. It. Sapp was transacting bus. FOR COMMISSIONER' DISTRICT NO. !.
,"OHe t" Ura.lford It cloesn'tlIur"riHe Treasurer rill. David I'. Coffin. For :March : : iness in Starke Saturday.Mr. 1 reiipccUully( announce to the volcrs. cfTonimiMilunpra
Heinle Sunday afternoon.Mr. relativesin
MO Starke visiting
kins and family were District No. 2 that I nm a cnnciMnt -
school Superintendent
UH to I'urn that Alahua Iii the Sunday : : Delbcrt. Supp made a !'pcialcall : Lawtey last Sunday. J. R. Dover, of Sarke, was a <> for Commiiwiooer of aid district I

gooI IIlrll'ultural; county. David P. Colt in; assistant uperinten-Otis on Mr.: L. L. Conner Sunday Mrs. J. I D. Randall, Mrs. H. D. Randall visitor to Lawtey Monday., promlxe If dueled to Hive the clutien, of tlwoffice
e'U dent W. it. Taylor secretary, careful attention. C. J. KNIGHT.
business
night. and :Mrs. Frank skinner went to Rev. W. L. Overstreet was a my
damp .
I1on't (irgt the fool "rops If you Smith; treasurer, UIarulhur ( :Mr. Levy Norman called on :Mr. L.L. Jacksonville :Monday by auto. visitor to Jacksonville Monday

have II HurlluM have no fear about 1 It We hope that all the officers will and put Conner :Monday night.: :Mr J. E. Brown attended the Fairin Mr. ewelyn White af Jacksonville I hereby announce mynelf a candidate for re.election .

bringing money. Cotton III not the their shoulders to the wheel do :Messrs. Levy Norman, Leon Conner, Jacksonville one day lust week. i is spending a few days nt the home of to the office of county commlnMoni e
all for the benefit of the in and for District Xo. 2. and renpectfully ...
only thing that will bring mouey. church.they can i Warren Bloodsworth Charlie und Ru. Rev. W. (.. Law, of Starke, was a a his parents, just west of Lawtey. HP licit the support> of the vot.... ot the dc'mocratir-

_.- fus Alvarez nil made a flying trip I to MM tor to Lawtey last Friday. had, the misfortune to burn his arm a primary. election to be held on June 4th I
-
We serve notice on ull the counties \ Jacksonville last week and reported a Tax Assessor. N. 1 1) Wainwright few day ago, which will cause him to prominc, It elected, to (five the same conitcientioUH .
that Urntlfonl is Koinnafter HEILBRONN. time.A visitorsto take rest for while. attention to the duties oth..* office ni I
in the Htiitc nice Jacob Johns, of Stnrke, were a a
hu\ In the pant. C. A. ROBEHTSCOC.STY
lirht prize ut I thu next State beautiful wedding took phppIt Lnwtey last Frid.iy. Mrs 1.ouifl Lowcry and daughter,
the that beats us to Ilcilbronn\ March (i.-Mr. Jim I Mr. and :Mrs. S.: J. Norman
county the home of few
Fair, and Clarence Futih left a days ago :Miss Susie, visited! relatives in Staikelast \ COMMISSIONER! DISTRICT S.
it has got ID he "sme punkins. A Wamwright is on the Hick list thiwti.k. Sunday: afternoon :Miss Alta for Savannah. Ga., where he has secured Sunday. T hereby announce myaclf a candidnte for

I. few enterprising citUcnH gathered Norman and, :Mr. Leon Renfroe were a position.Mr. :Mr. T. D. Wearen and Mrs. Pearl office of county cnmmlHHioncr of District' NCI
our exhibit this year in about a week Mrs. (;nevII Parmentor who }has quietly married( and let to make their : I''.. J. Smoak spent' a few days Jones nnd Mr. Ernest Wells and MissMly 3. f 1.0"RRII Rniford), aubject to the will

without nny very definite information second had a fchnrt; illneis is able to be out home in Jacksonville. The bride worea here Inst week nt the home of his son : liifjgs visited' the fair in Jack.sonville of to the be held iiunliflud June elector 1018.at tho If cle-eted comintr. I ek'c\l"n plcdumvHelf ,

to act upon. If v>o can win again. white organdie, and her' going-away ansi, duuirhtcr Ur. and :Mrs.V.! Monday, making the trip in to faithfully, p.'rtormhe tlutita "r
,T priiwith thii small effort. there will :.Mr. Hud I'nrmcntcr, who has been dress was of (blue satin. We wish Drown. :Mr. Smoak has been upending the former's Ford. saul office to tho best of my ability and to
< lf when we a cripple since June a year ago from and, life. the best inU>rexbi. of all concerned. !
dimply !I.'< no heading us > them both a long happy sometime with relatives at Tampa :Mr W. S. ;Moore, of Hawthorne. was Equal
organize for the content. the etreclH, of a nail piercing his foot Mr. Hugh Alvarez was in this fcec- ami. wits en route to his home in Or.nngcburg a business! visitor to Lnwtey Monday rinhla to all and no special C.prlvlleirea R S.M'P.to any
shoe and I so one.
able to wear again,
n
is tion Sunday afternoon. S. C.
Gus. of Jacksonville, is
Peeples
SCHOOL KOMCIt MKKTIMiStnrkc : ; Hr as is known our "famous" lleil- Miss lIllie Norman visited the K.: \E and family
:Marshal Burney ,
home
spending! u few days here nt the 1 take thiB method nf announcing lint I nni
.: bronn water through its medical home of :Mr. and :Mrs. F. :\Norman: took in the fair in Jacksonville one day of his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. T. I a cnnilidntu for County Ceimmisaioner, for Intrict .,-
Flu.Iareh: .1 J. 1'JIK.The Jlr"Jlt..ti"H and healing power, did Sunday.Mr. last week.Mr. No.3, composed of Ruiford ansi Laws, v

board met in ri'Kulur! Bessionwith good work. Drew Reddish, 1... I.. Sapp und. and :Mrs. J. C. Byrd, were visitors Peeples.A.] :M. Blanchnrd took in the fair ataeksonville votinir precincta If elected I ahnll atrKe. 1 I..
Kivu the* eiiatrict and the county vood ftervici nj
the homl'iof
visited
KlKniirlM.su Moore
1'inholster J. :Miss Kilith : visited at the
:Messrs. T. II. Jim Ritch anti family to Jacksonville last Friday. the first of the week. a mcmher of the bonrd. 1 rcunectfuily talks
11I1.1 J. (C. :\Idtue ,piescnt.MinutoH I.. It. Hnulerson and L. A. Davis home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. ConnorSunday. :Mr. J. C. (Cone of Brooker, spent Mr. J. C. Pcnrson of Chicago, Ill., the aupport\ of the voters at the comintr .elec

: of last meeting read uniapproved. last Sunday. :Monday and Tuesday, in Lawtey. tion. D. W. REDDISH.
wns the guest nt the home of :Mr. nnd
of St rke made
Mrs. Kaihi'l Taylor, Mrs. A. D. ('onnerbf Hastings: are :II rs. I Harry'. K. Liebman. of Colum-
Mrs. A .A. Smith last week.DE.tTlf .
from Long Hridgc u trip here tlv latter part of la.t week friends and relatives in our COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4.
A delegation visiting I lius, Ohio is a truest of :Mrs. J. L). -------- ----
before interest of hr little grandson, I hereby announce myaelf aa a candidate for
Tax Jlistricl appeared in the this week.
burg F.ast Lawtey.
Special Randall I in : OF INFANT I
the office of county commlaBluner for diatrict
the board in the lnt4r&t of having Lewis' Itaynoldi) Taylor who was accepted :\Ir..onnie\ Futch of Lnwtey, visit. 'I'he strawberry season is on. Last No 4. If riveted 1 shall work for the beat in

their school house enlarged to uccom- by Prof L. A. Davis und placed wl the home of Mr. L. L Conner Sun week several prates were sent by express tereata of the county and, on this basis I solicittho
odate two tcmbers., Said committee in his home lust \December, while arrangements ( to the northern markets Although hattie, the five months old daughter aupport of thu voters in the primary' of

were imkeil, to meet the l hoard on the wore !being made to send day.Mr.. L. I,. Conner and Mr. F. M. the usual acreage is several of :Mr. and :Mrs. W. J. Lindsey, June 4th. T. P. WALL.

I tirKt Monday in July, 1918. the little fellow to the Arcadia Norman, of our section, lire out hunting hundred! acres khort, there will probably died' Tuesday, after a short illness. I COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT S. ;

The bill to pay S. A. Draper for orphanage.The a new kind of seed corn, but have be ciuitp a large crop. The fruit The body was interred in Oak Groveemetery
rufUHed. families' of II. F. Tormentor ] hereby announce mynelf a candidate for
teacher walt Clay county Wednesday.
,
supplying another not found it. 'j'III exceptionally' pood re-election for County Commiaaloner of Dia
arid W C. (:'lemons were welcome Mr. Orren and :Miss Ruth Reddish -. the action of the comm'sdu'mocratc
The Rev. Dr. J. H. Martin, of Jan trict E, subject" to
Upon motion and second the board gue'tn at the Irving Norman home were in our burg Sunday. sonville, was a Saturday to :Mondayvisitor IVEY-COCIIRAN primary. If elected I promise toyontiOUe
resolution rifuxing to pay :last Sunday. Lurramoro visited the home of to plve tho duties of the office my
ft pngst-il a Rev. in Lnwtey. He' came in the capacity .
earneit attention. II. O. MAY.
any .,illtt from special tux districts. un- Thane ot cur section doing businessw'th :Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner Saturday of District Superintendent for Mrs.! Annie E. Young, of Hampton
leakt Boards
by at ; the Court/ Monday were
K HH said billn are approved night. the purpose of holding! the first announces the engagement: of her MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD-DIST. NO.2J
: T. .1. :MooreV.. K, Ilarnnge,
two of the local trustees. Messrs. Some of our boys are expecting to myself candidate for
quarterly conference at Grace :M. E. daughter Fay Ivcy, to :Mr. William hereby announce a
and carried that Superintendent W. K. ( Hob) Crawford, Henry Par- the at time. of member of school board fromDtatrict
It wan moved have to go to army any Church. It had! been announced that the office
Cochran of :Macon Ga. the
.4 Joseph ,
call elections in all tpecial neater\ Lewis Ruulerson and Wash Hurrah for the Bradford boy'II. No. 2. compriainir Lake Rutler.! Rai-
t diHtrictu whose time Davis. and little broth Dr. Martin would preach on Sunday wedding to take place March 16. ford. Worth!nwton. Providence. Paliiitine. Ifelected
tax Hihool Mr. Finley Norman and I promise to perform the dutica of tba
J an encouraging congregation The announcement will be received
beorc the next regularmeeting. : Our neighbor! and candidate Dr. made call to Vanderbilt again.: the beat of
LI will expire cr a greeted him both morning and even- with interest by the friends of office to abilityP.
in mnny
\Drew Reddish was 'lectioneerinif Mr. Roth Reddish, of Heilbronn, M. PADGETT.
ing. The reverend( gentleman' seems :
ILA It was moved and carried that the Lnwtey Tuesday. called on :Mr. anti Mrs. F. M. Norman'; to he u man of unlimited and the popular young couple. .
Superintendent request. the Hunk of Mr. John Parmenter made a pleasure Sunday, afternoon. energy, -:-. FOR COMMISSIONER blSTRICT NO. !.
Starke to increase lU bond Kulllcient trip to Manning Station ( Ituker Mr. and Mrs. Jardmer nnd daughter equally limitless \"iqion. and is bendingevery \OTICE OP ELECTIOVBy I hereby announce that 1 ant a candidate
effort and for
toward JH.trleNo I.
for CommiBHinner
meet the amount of their daily balances County) ou )his newly purchased motor in this section Sunday, energy im- the power VCHO<| In thorn by th. School County soil
to Gladys, were Provieie-nee and Paleteline! voting precincts
r r' numbers 3 and l bike last Sunday. proving and extending the work of the .nw. nf the Slats' cjf I Hori.ly, tho Ilonril of
districts aulicit the of the votcn
in bond afternoon. respectfully support
Kingdom throughout his district. lIe I'lililic Inntrurlion of Urnilforil county hcrc'bynrtlcr
d :Mr Levy Sweat carried berries' toStnrke and little at the cominir primary ilcction. If elected
25. :Miss Liz/Jo Norman is an i livtinn to be h,'Id nt the following
: which ho received pleasing, progressive: !and systematic I will use my beat elTorta to serve the intereatxof
introduced for
of
r The following resolution wan > Tuesil-iy brother Russell were visitors at Mr. | ircTlnct and planu on the Thirtvi'nth dRY
concurred und returned and enthusiastic over the new .\tirl, .V I Ii. 1'MH\ fr the of .,....tinlLhro' < the public O. V. 11ROOKS
anti fifteen cents 'ctmrt, . purnoHc"
\ by .1. \K.: I DnugleRH )per | and :Mrs. L L. Conner's Tuesday.
financial I hI' in ---
plan introducing all of
follows i is "' roil"< ts IIn.1 l is' tlett'rminc1 the amount
r in by .1). C. McKiif, \\hich reiuls as home in high spirit. --. the churches tinier, hi- control, his <,C. mtllnire I.. I lie. uit.iHHeiltor FOB MFMI.ER SCHOOL HOARD. DIS NO. 3.
who
section
: Among those of thm WOODLAWN PARK. forts hl.lnlCI'nl.,1, everywhere' with t lie |mn'c'.e of holding, saul elicllnn the I tnke thin, ni. thod, of announcing thu! I Ism
Kesolved that all iliuivh and ihunhHtr atti-ndcd, the lienfine-N'orman' wedding fMllcmmi; nnintI niuunhet'rs hnvo been nppointoO a cnnelielittu fur n-election us n en.ml.!
I j of any naturebe at Vanderbilt Sunday uftl'rntlon.'rl' remarkable! !smie... :Special: interest of the C"unhy 'school) Hoard for DIM rId N
and preaching
Htr\'lei'M mliool houses except tlic Inmilies of (II. \V. and .1. H. Wjiin.wright Woodlnwn Park, March (;i.-:Mr. J. centered in thc burning service on account .District No: 1. Slnrke L. C. I'owell. C. L. 1. Uurinir the pitiet term I have i niliMiv. r (
t I, prohibited in of the ndveitisvd! title of the !'...k "",1.1 C. 1iippellDiBlrlct to XIv' the Helmut, InterestH? eif the county k" S >
on :ahll'la: or SundayH during the Inn nnd Kufua UoiMish, Kl-: f'. Norman win. u husiness'iHitor to No I. Lonir IIrloll'c-lI. F fle'nfron.S Herviee. I If rtecteel] I shull conttnu,. to is
I school Miciititiii I except further that lerS.ipp ami :Mi-s l (.Ito iy. I Hicks I' :Mrand Staike Saturday afternoon. ;sermon taking! the. form. of a new 8 C ('".".,, J. i:. \UkimiDUtnct lowIii.. ncdicy. T. II IMMIOLSI

; missionaiy iniiy have the privilege! I M'M.1., : l. I D. Carter and I ihaimingdaughters :M r. N. I D. I Davis) was attending to word "S tape r4ln; \ ,last lele' fiom :Martin's r.o: ". Ilr""klyn--\l. C. HVIberuer.
:'h any i own etictionaiv the Fnil t riciximtlle.a I .1 Rm" I'xduettKi.trict .
iluringtho \ :Mabel nnd I Louiebelle.Mr in Jacksonville Saturday. .1umeuo| as SM.i': OK TIKES;
of speaking in said bniUhng : I ; business 'doctor himself The-} ; No: I". Vunslrbiit F. :M. Norman :
of
vacation I pel'mil.,I Tins resolution : i D. W. Keddish tpent Suiulay :Mr. :M. I D. Carter nnd family were curiosity the I.S l. C'.nn'r.. J. C.; Crewt,.. Si/e I'lainoiOI1.ld": : Tulx-s

into etTeit July 1st, 1!Ill) !$. Upon with :Mr. I.. 1.. ('onns.r.A visiting in Lmvtey Saturday after congregation "'"" more- than satisfied I>t"tiicl :V: a II i. (uhnm-C:,, D. Hcibe'If. .'JOxl: JlO.To $1200 $8:! Hi''
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.1"r loll goes call I the vote was as follows. : \eas, number of the cattle owners, in noon. : stirring Its.the. doctor, ill unfolilcd a, well balanced! and soul ('In a l I'y, !I'I IV..??,,. ((u I( (:S.ynIijisOru : "|, ni,,,, r J. I enl"nll. I; :lOx1.) :: ,. Slii7r $U.7J: $".. i"llxl ',
Nayx, this section. to tako ndviintaue :Mr. nnd :Mrs. J. N. Norman were"is.. sernvm applied : 17.7,'. .'-.
.1. I K.: I Douglass and J. C. :McKae are eager V\IS. I'ri'. "I- c ,,4.,,, $ $19.00 $ I.
'1'. H. Pinholster. : of the newly construded dipping ting, in Stni ke last Friday.We syllable by sjlljil.ip] full meaning of W'tnit" \.. 'I 1' II. .ill(I..IN nn N D On.. n. :'t.N'I'i:! : ; $1 Lou) '15.00) $::'..1a ,-,

--- ----. vnt whuh will be put into use ut an are sorry to report :Mrs. 1lutl.llroning that strange sounding word. It was a re' It..I"h..r' I I'urmi-ntvr :lix i I $1*.<)0 S2K.45 $5; 11STAKKK
Y.TThl' masterful presentation of wonderfulsubject I llii.tiict, ;V. 1 1-. ul.lrilinE. :MoorE Mt .
1I1.l'lWEI.DEIt: Her ft'i..nl"wish n .
: DIl'I'INC: AT early date. very ill. many { : Vri-CAM/INC! : : WORkS
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t 'U'man M l lintn: *
birthday dinner was served nt the her speodv' recovery. directed toward the work of .. ,. .
r ) a Di-incl :N I 1-. l'r' .k A. \. lluior I. Starke, Ha.f .
date for the next dipping of W. F':. Normal home Sunday in honor :Mr. mill Mrs.I II. S. Milliard attended the Sunday school and made a deepImpression

cattle at the I'lnckweldor: m the of his little d-mghter. Ruby, and many church Wateroak Sunday. i I 1 upon all who( heard! it.

western part (itS the county will be onWeilneml.iv of their I fnendi and relatives wel'ppl'l.s..nt :lle1srs.1o.lu": Green and Riley Kersey The Ladies Aid of the Grace; :M. E. !

the :HOth! of :March, instead upon the occasion anil reportu attended party nt Saxon Saturday church was delightfully entertained on

of March :Ulst.!I fine time.Registrant i evening.Miss Thursday of last week at the home of

K; John I.. Gaskin, on account Lily Stokes returned to her :Mrs. T. J. Terry in West Lawtey,

VIi "jQHNSTOWIM.The of his shortness, being four home nt St. George, GI\, last Sunday, where' the Aid had been invited to

feet and nine inches ordinarily unit, after spending several days here the hold their semi-monthly meeting :Mrs ,

i farmir'i in thin. 'ction arc only four, eight and 1 one.halt upon guest of her ..ister. ;Mrs. S. II. Thomp. J. II. :Moore presided at the business

about> through planting their cotton this strenuous occasion, waS placed i i. on. session whiih was full of life and mI __ ,,
I terost c.f the .csi;
on account thinge'ing <
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u. and I will I I have t then I cum in liefore long, lass > as a result of an examination many ,
und that meant that the fanners areV held a few davs past, unit John L.isn't CLAY HILL. accomplished and the wonI..I'Cul I

1 tilling I the ground '1 hey seem to sorry a hit. progress being maele by this ever lnv.ilimlispensible : I JACKSONV1 LLE FLA.
I.iiclu'n|. Kc'frchments S
want to run a raid with the I 1 boll wee- :Mr. and: :Mrs..t.4tIy Casson are Clay I lUll, :March I',.-George: WilkinFon ,
proud I pa rent it of n I boy born Sunday.Mr. j returned homo from Col. were served m the usual Terry
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!Mr. John P. ('..mil. was in Jackson.ville : Jesse \\oods and family are I living omdo Springs vihorc he tins "been for generosity! style und if I'nts make happiness

V I hit week on business.Mr. nt the <'has. Anderson plucp. and the past six month for his health. I Heis from the lookof the beaming. $ DTI N
Sat at farming for Mr. J. \K. countenances of those ladies ns thi'y
1). I 11. Viuiu's was in town are engaged I greatly improvedMr. \ OLDESTE.5TA8LSItEO
should )'s".iJ4
Canovn.Mr. his sick returned we surmise that there ( J
visited
Pavid
urday. : Lang I
.\ :II r. Thomiu of AUchim, has :: t W. II:, ( I Irving! tiroen; and eons, brother at Law toy :Sunday:; and reports had been lots of eats. ( "

moMd near I tho long hl' .k.' all.lllt' has Scott and Collie. made n trip to Jacksonville him improving. It.lfrl'.1 Evcnden: was' a visftorto S

? load l of coin that Tuesday.Mr. and wife visiting Jacksonville Tuesday.Messrs 71/
received car Stalling were
; just n :Mr. .1. F.
I : W. I E Tororle and V. fl.euldih .
he had left nt .Al.ului.i and is hauling : Uli Parmenter spent :Monday in in Starke' Saturday ansi Sunday, SEED HOUSE
tok the I Fair Jacksonville
1:' it to Ins new )home, but lio wants to the N D. ( nt't'n home. :Mr. I II. H. 1 Hudson and wife wentover in at -

." ., sell 1,10 bushels lie olTers it at a :\Ii'. Frank :Morgan says his tractor in their car to the cucumber, farm I 1 Wednesday.The / A' ///

.. very low ;pi'ice. $:!.IIO I per bushelMr. is I somewhat like a horse after all Sunday afternoon.Mrs. public school! at Lawtey finished : FLQ/Z/DA
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'-_, .\nl...I ("one. of Lake I hitler, is will plow only when it eats (gasoline) : :Manirvin Lnng. who hui been its work ami closed for the season j ? ..

z. putting lotK oC > ros. ties near the anil a< he can seldom crank it he he- suffering for the past two weeks, with on Friday of l.i-t week. ProfessorBlackburn : S -. .

., road ut presentMr. L.s it must I IIP sicp most o the time. a uise of l.i grippe, is improving. howevei has been inducedto ,4 $4'N FOX CATALOG ANO ,

r- : (:ieorgeillinm! I'olVm( wns in lo\-j.! don't forget! your tt"h at the 1 Kev .Jnnte Strickland tilled his regular remain and urged! to conduct a pay '
kihool the building which heis us,:
m same
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Jacksonville, for ''examination tore on Fridiiv afternoon. appointment nt Caleb Jt.iptistchurch ::
week I lie wns found in good l health :Mr. Marion Carter and family visited Saturday and Sunday, returning now doing The pay sl'hool:1" "

und III loking for. his call nt any d'ly.Mr. I the home of Judge l tardmer of home Sunday nightMr. opened on ;Monday and quite a number

: John 1*. t'otlin Inn put in a largo! :tarku'. last Sunday.Maters : II. .1. Taylor and wife spent the have I'nrolled.s the fee is only .
4 crop of cantand: potatoon thin year. : t'l.'\I' 1IUI..rflon."Ictor day Sunday at :Mr. Sam Starlings. SJ:!SO per month there is very little! C y'j, 'vJ 5i.D CP.

Mr. K. :M. I'enniHon was in town and I iarl..y 1 Iln\'i'S and l Lewis Uc>'nnkUTajlor I :Miss Clarka lrescott spent' Saturday cause for the people kel'Iinjotheir, \ children _' 1

Friday on business.Mr. visited Fred\ and Lacy Par. and Sunday across lilack Creek, back, from securing an education _

,. : Nathan Tomlmson i-. ablo to go mentor lust Simd.iv afternoon. visiting relatives.' :Miss Rebeccahitehond! acted 1111
I with :Mr. William :Mr Jetf Lewiof here leader for the Kpworth: League\ at
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I r back to his work again Rising, vas :Mrs C George; Wilkinson had n* herguo
Grace; :M. F. church last Sunday .
Vurnes. la t :Mondav. :Mis. llanoul1tin.. I ; oenmg ,
,.) Litll.I..nl..' Smith, daughter of Muster 1 Kssie; I.ippman is spending :Mrs. Charity Starling and children and did in a very creditable man l'

Mrs. alli.- llurnagc, i is right sick with n few davs B* the homo of :Mr. and spent the day Sunday with :\Irs. Annie nero :Miss Bessie Terry has been appointed ' Farming in Florida Under
HI leader for next Sunday
measles.Mr. :Mm.: (1. Wainwright. I
u : anti Mrs. Daid'. Coffin were in :'01 r. and :Mrs. .1. .1. (;r"'n spent Sun- Carter:Mr*. Rosie (Carter nnd brother,, :Mike "'ut'h11' a visitor to Jiuk Favorable Condition*

Kaiford Saturday: on business. dav nt the home (>f Mr'. Mnttie Dnvij.Freeila ('I '. the Sunday with sonville :Monday ha.brought comfort and prosperity to many a piactical farmer.
lyd. spent day
I Mr. and :Mrs. Francis P. Coffin of and :MHS, I Dura Clarke made :Mrs\ Wilkinson. i :Miss :Mamie oadholdtz is pending, Investigate; these conditionf and localities where Rood farming ,

I, Jacksonville. spent the week-end with a trip to Starkt" Saturday. The farmer. buy this a few Jays in Jacksonville this week. land may yet be bought at reasonable price.. Thriving

his father and mother :Mr. and :Mru. :Mr i Tom :Moore's! dog was loillone,1 week planting thi'ir IIr.'ry.orn and cotton :Mr. and :Mrs L. E. :M"sele>', of mumtiea-good schools, churches and transportation<< facilities.corn

John I'. Coinn.Mrs. in I hi. ,yard the other night un.II1HIr.! : nnd Jarol.'n'Ild"hl...>. It little Starke, were guests last Sunday at The Florida
A. I.. Smith was in R.uford :Moore has been missing some corn nlreadj. ram i* needtd fur" seems thing.a al'ceomlnll' the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. C. (.'. :Mo..e. East Coast Railway

Friday on bu>,ineu. '. it might 1 be well for us nil tolue i Icy. Flaaler( System)

S. One of our best ihrutum workers !locks more freely, mid especially :Mr. Uillie up. Starling to StarkeLinday. I :Mr. T. D. Warren wiw transacting Grant through Land its subsidiary companiesthe Model Land Co.,Petrin.
went
the training this time eat nothing business in Ptarke Co ,Chuluota Co..and Oke.chobee
is expecting to leave for at trying its they : lust Fnduy. ha. for Co.-ow and d
returning Monday.SAMPS'ON sale
camp some time shortly und 1 we will never sleep und cannot be poison, i i :Messrs. Britton Rosier and, Joe Peel Free illustrated large tracts suitable for farm and truck garden.

,. miss him in all our chri..tianork.. for fd I to nny effect.Minn CITY. of the Rosier settlement near Rau in detail. literature on request. Your question answered

he I Iii\ a true hansoms young num. and : Rosa demons visited fevcrnlhomen 1 ford!. Wl'rl''i itorll to Lawtey last AddressJ.

5' and full of Christ. We nil join in love of the neighborhod canvassing I Sunday. E. 1NGRAHAM Vice-president

to him, hoping he will KO through last Tuesdny.Mr. I :Mr E. F. Ilnrdce made a business' I :Mrs. E., I). Sayles spenb a day or so JAS. D. INCRAHAM. 5.1. Asses

nafcly.Mr. : Jake Johns motored to this trip to I Hawthorne :Monday. in Jacksonville the first part of this -FLORIDA f.A5TCOAST RAILWAY COMPANY- :J S

S Herbert I.ennctt. of I.nke Hutler plaiHi: the latter part of \lint week on I :Mr. and :Mrs. (Dan Sa".er have I '\eck. Roem ,
.L'( .
City Buildio
attended church here Sunday. business.Mr I moved here from Starke. where :Mr. | Miss: Ruby Byrd of Jacksonville : ; .t. Ao- Fl lW

Little Andrew Harnage, of thisplace : R. 11. Parmenter has purchased Snasor has accepted i II position as utill. 'spent Sunday in Lawtey nt the home

S had l an accident last w..k.I... n new buggy.Mr I iifor, the Samps"., Naval Store Co. I i'f her parents. :Mr and, :Mrs, J. ('. 1

had his right fot badly cut. As he was : I -<. O"lwlla :Moore ansi soni. Bard Mr .\ K Smith has been a busty I Itvrd. :Mi-s Ruby: was Rl''ompani led

S carrying an ax on his shoulder he I (" and Uryant. of Ft. :Myers, return I miin..!qiely. planting 'JO acres. ; of Irish back to .!Luk-onvill.. Sunday .iftern-.on. 1
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I I .\ full line of dress goods at Stern- :Mrs D F. Wills wont to Starke )'r9- bath robe; 1 blanket; 1 convalescente TAMWOnTII: MALE HOG (Regis

= hog's. tcMdas to spend, a few clays withfriends. 'apeI -. 'r..tI--\ViII! lease this hog II to S

.. She will IIKO visit Jacksonville I .uutey him sent the f..IIl'winl articles months to right party for his can

.\l\">\it ten bushels good table potai and take t in t the Stale Fair be. ; 19| wash cloths ; II I .sweater 5 and IV.vI N. H lIull.I. .

Bits of LocalInformation \ /lJj ,-, lush very cheap N. H. Hull. fore. ictuinmg to her honie>.-Uainecilli helmed., 4 puns pnjnmas ; 1 1>:package'e '

\ :-11111. March C.th.l.ii'ui lincnOthei .
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:Mi I r. and! Mrs: J. C. :Manning were -- I I'll ipte-rs in tlu' county art I (juigh'y) 1.umbel, & Supply Co. ,
\ itnis to the State l.'nirVl'llrU'Sl UY. IL r: Hld; -d-f; :; Camp alsn lining' good work M> llMiiU'onleoiintv \ 1'1111'1,,'.

-.-.--- ---- tin"in', I'hui'Intte', \, ('., niTrtcvl i is lining her" "bit" in a thor. i
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V .J 1..dge, H 11 Kelly', of Rniford was THIIMI.and| | 1 willpi'iid' his leavu onrlih put IWtl,' manner. KOU SALE: -Hosimblo vacant lot two

1_ L 1-t C-.IOV 0.. r..J.. ). Ma. .' I .l- Ih'sa visitor to Starke Wedncshggs of absciuo with his tiiiiuly I lilll.LlNS.I.M: | | >ON M.Miivi - bundled! b)' one hundred feet. Town
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w/rr..M W c. 11 T.. ... d..y. \ i.1NNO1'N'laj: :.; 1 : uf Hainptun Fin. O. K. Prince
I C. L Peek returned to .melt nnvilft'
Undo City Ha. :2-15-121!
:50 cents per dozen at Cash 'Mondaiiurying with him a tine' collection -
piesi . 11'. I.iddini the -
-- I ) lIt' 11 run m com to put ,exhibit C nnnounces
-A Department Store. '
nt thetiito fan. mainagiof hei,I' duughter, liebe-e'cn: 1" OK: HA 1,1'One; "Ford touring corand

Mr. RSI'!' ,w.11 ,i". i Ii'. I I, ;d\I I. I \11-- T I l Hi.:'! and 1 little SUM, ST.. -------- Sue, to :Mi John Holme's Knllms: U. :J! good young work horses. Sell!

I Jacksonville.Special i I vii I 1 hat> i It t "M i"i',(i from .n '!..hghtfulMH m ;Mis Jacksonville1 P.V.. Alvsrez, attending"pentlon.hlY the; State Mrs. r. W l.i
.it'li<. honor of Mi'". Dell] '- father lair arrived TblU' dw for a visit with her Kobiuary 2:!(). l berg, Stm'ke1 -.

dollar sumnn'i' undciwta! : I I'"'!. \\'. P \\ti-k-. 11Stur!...'. Col. sister, Mrs A. H. rrccman.. The wedding tank, "pliue ut ::1 t o'clock -
at 4'J! cents. CiihU (Dujuntmcnt) Stoic \\icks the home of the> bride's) brother
.I..lol'al,1 his eightieth birth- at -ml -
Dover and ------- 1 It OR) ,\1I--1SU7: ) !l-'ord in good condition !-
Perry son were among
day: Limner. optic they were then l lty the fair ,visitors in JacksonilleIon: New: line t>f spring shirts just nr- Must: In1' xold at onci" on 11' -
Misses Lois Peek ant Fmnl'l'sla: .\' with a i sumptuous dinner and all of day rived wine in and give them the \V. :blow in SpriMKtieM I. and the nn- count of Donor being called for military -

spent Saturday in Jacksonville Inihildicn and l grand-clulJri'n, were once .' :"K.' presnivo nuptial c-eremwny was ,performed duty. 1 It. A. Newsom' Stnrke.3.1tI'! .
present for the happy occasion.Gainesville .- I by H.L.I hose I Lynn, imstni .
Rawson Davis, of Jacksonville Sun. :March 1st :\11'. and :Mrs. T. II Rime, of theMiller ----- of the Spiinglield I provli>'ti-rinn ihurih
pire..I.: P. Robinson and daughter,
: sel'tion. were visitors to titarke The vvodding was quiet alTair, and
spent Sunday in Starke with relatives a
:Miss Eunice, attemlod the State I FUlr
Monday.Mrs. 1'OR R'\LE--I'lorldu Peanut 8,1.KI'TI'II.III1J ,
relatives and fl'n">I.t
only Jtnide -
Paul th" (ear-old son of :Mr. andMrs u
in Jacksonville : und .
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Monday i'ntwthly.Miss kind J 00) bat
friends of the couple in at.teinliime : $ per ; ono
were
Judge Gardiner had the misfortune : W A. Pubose is at home after
: T. J Griffin and l dulCht"rIrs: hundred day velvet bonus" J'J.f.O:! per
to lose fine horn la t spending two months St '
week. nearly in
a Catherine's Markley Johns were in Jacksonville : Delia Stroman spent the west Spring flowers ferns and other Itll/ ; Red C'ob Seed Corn $:.CO:; per
Jacksonville It
Hospital, Momluj.: end with her sister :Mr''. '1'. G i. (!:0<1- plants were used in deicirnting lui, 11;. I I.. Price, Mcintosh, Mu.
will be Paul globing
recalled that little
Cedar sustained
Key oysters, fresh dayBrymer's .
every bolt of Jacksonville In the living wherethe. :2-2.! :!-fit.lost .
a fracture of one of hu legs 1'11I.
fish I
market phone 109. mime time lIe is now much :Mr. anti Mrs. J. :M Turby and son, ce-rtmony took place- plum! IdoHHoniH,
ago very Joe, spent several days of this weekin :Menus. B. 1 I.;. and O T. Xewsom:: attended and pink 1'lIrllllJOIIKt'I'I' used to advnntnge UK MISI.AIUluttrif
Hon. John Croft of Luke Butler improved. Jacksonville. the fair in .IIIl'kllutlvilll') Tues- and the Iorlll.' ii nd bridegroom ->Jo. lit"I70CI.1.:.1.4ft. .T..O li.rm.ul' byTlio
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: l lion Miitunl ii ITiInmirienco ( tmiimny
was a business visitor to Starke :Mon\ day. nuirrioil under tile- folds of Old ,
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were
Quite a number of Starke people attended oil ,1 hi liCi of J. liii \ t lurk
day. the State Fair in Jacksonvillethis J. O Frnlick of the Starke Haul ilorv; l'lf'divl'ly draped in one rorner 'liu' 'I'n ili...r '\1111,1.0,. norms' It to the un.
Co. business visitor to Forour spring and sienimer hilt of the .10..1. '
wan was a loom ,
week, the number being; .
Mr. H. D. Wasdm and family: of :Mr nnd Mrs.among L. A. Davis and little Kaiford 'Tuosday.Mr. call at Stump's stqio large him :Miss :\11I"III..t MD/II, niece of the \.|" of 11.,110"11.a ihi|>IU-nt Inmeleiic ,' lu ii nmlei for the 'InIOIIN -

Graham were visitors to Starke Monday ,daughter Ruby ; Dr and 1 :Mrs. J. P.Itimlmson now on display. I,rah. rendered) the Ilri.laIChlll'u" hone .\ l'I.\I\K.

Mrs J. :\1. :Mitchell and and Mrs. Sternberg: and :Mrs. leihengiiii IIH the e-ouplo \iiti-ic-d and 1 2-l:! H.5t Baldwin Flu.

W. J. Epperson.Capt H Brian attended the fair in Jacksonville Airs l.i1./ie 'Hall, of Hamilton, spent' during I the cine'iiiiniy: 1'111)1',1 llMiiak's -- -

Special sale on men's women's annchildren' Tuesday.Mr. Wedni"-day' in StaikeMth "lelatives.Ilrooks llinniiri'iiii'| "uft I)'. '1.J tr

neat15 days at' S A. Bryan is in Washington, '1'be- brieleWIIH I t I'Illu'milll/: a go\\n Ti'r:1\t: ; 'f'Jlb

Cash Department Store. I D (c. this week whore he is r'prrsenting W. II Young 1111tll'hildren.: ,nr.ha. I: Shlpman attended Ilio Fair of wlnti-'ripe" ilo c'bino ami with tins. .

: the roadmasters of all the \ Kathcrineand! Wilda. fpint geveral i in ..llIcl..olwilleIIII1II.IY; und 'l'lIe..day. Wine a white* silk lint, a 'now spiing ,"\ 'I",. Po JIll) It,
Mrs. J.\r.: Tatum and daughter, railroads in the southeast at u hearing days of thin week in Tarnpa. --- 11111.10'1.ith 1 pearl ornament us its mils '" \f_ .,;;; .'

Miss Lucile Tatum, spent Sunday' in .on the subject of n wage scale. Our straws 1110 heie-all kinds. I trimming. Slit 'nl'ri",1 an mm bmiIlit .- rflt ""S-- .....
Jacksonville. of bride, HreiHi'H, and ben ,,"I\' inn: .
Spring shoes are here. Come in Sts:; nbc ig'a. ( "I .. -..:oi'iJ.
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tmoiul, 1 Inv ilh' ', Into 1 ill t !
:Mrs U %V. (Hodges! of Jacksonville!' and bit filt ,,1. Sternbeig's.: liu'nt was :a if ;'Jl,.; ":
Special sale going on at the Cast visited her parents Mr. and :Mrs. A. Cuy l'I"'SI'ult a ml i..ler.li": Gladys of I Ihr bridegroom, Z. .I.gt.l" OLD
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Department Store. llollman, during the week-end. She' :AI I D Carter and family, of the 1'ii'M'oii. spout Sundiiy in Maike.MI'HH Following the ",tertllleiiu :1111 iiifiniiiili ,
at i recvptum. \\' held' dining! \\hnh .1.l llieicius '
returned to Jacksonville Tuesday \\aterouk section spent Sunday ---- -- -- BONES
Mr. and Mrs: .Jos H Wilson are at accompanied by hoi mother the home of Judge nnd Mrs; Geu.! A. : -. Joel \\illiiiiiiHiiiul) ;Maik. refii-sliiuc-iitx w> ru.-i )iMi i\ tending the fair in Jacksonville this: Ciai: 'diner.: Ivy Johns attended the Fair in JaikKuiiMllc .'. and :'III'". Knllms: I.t't, ,01\1'| ,iii,' h. RUBBER COPPER
'l'ut'sday. nflei lieinii. fen a wed-lmg( I 1.1', .1"" i t tin,
:Mrs C. ) of Jacksonville !
week. J. Darby, Ktillnis lii\il.J TIRES GRASS
lust I: Coast. Mis : i
:Mrs ( W. of New York :Miss :May Blossom Williams returned -
G. Sheppard, .
a boioming. Hint I of. navv blm I In. :"i ilcloth I LEAD
Judge; Geo. A. Gardiner left Tucs.: and ;Mis Donne> of :Nova: !:Scotia weir to Slarke Tuc'Sday for a few :Mike Klonilos was a business visitorto I.lee- liiull-i-\, llllil. bit, TUBES:

day for a trip to Jacksonville and guests of :Mrs 11. C Richard duringthe dajs 1.117.000.Messrs visit. with Mr.: and Mrs.: Ulnicr Jack-onv! Monday.; nnd ui-t With'esstn ele'lllll'IC-H to mutchOn ROPE SCRAP IRON

Hastings. week their l'l.turll.1.: ..". Hi Mm' \ MCenitiniio
E. F Stump wns II business visitor to reside' in .Ink i niv, ill', INCH 1'0 L'5 \EntniTpRonmy; :
Beginning :March 15th 1911*, 10 Topaz :\'lIql'! J. K demons, A. B. !Shaw J. C. nod IH.. I'oppellV.: to Jacksonville Tuesday while Mr I ItollniB hll is in I liu. I I'nu i "I

Crowns will be necessary to secure: R. 11. demons A. B. Surrency: l:. :M.Ilnzen A. Heshent, Jr., and Joe Canovii attended Stati'H will return to dale. in.. iPIItrnl V'nle for PricelistP

one moving picture ticket. 3-8-JJt and W. II. Harroll, of the the State Fair In Jacksonville Harry !I.. Pdxvardi: of JgiMpeT, was .' bunt navy B"lh11': an I Mi I ::1<, I
imUlARHETALCO.\\
the visitors l. visitor Staike! HiuiKil.iy. /
Urookor section were: among Friday n to h will :
tins' have u Mutt of (iie-uel--, It ,
Peek has bought the cottage. : to Starke! :Monday: [.rlA
J. L. : Ic-iiin with interest eif hell I inittiii'' ) 657 C RAY JAC'tSQ"VIU
coiner Madison and Hay, from J. W.. ;Miss Fmiliu SpinkB, of UrooKt-r! pass Sheriff Lyle. If hive Oak, was in mill will unitein uisbinir. ihiin' a 1 li,,in,'

Andrews Jr. reed and fertilizers, shoes crate ril,I through/ Starke Tuesday en route to the city Sumliy.H : mid( 'lui|..pv married, lid. .. 'I 1'1111'- -
material harness brick and lime. A her home at St. Johns Park after !Union.
has been line of fresh Our \ndrows ''nt the weekend Pile Cured IN fJ to 11 DuyiV.nr
Miss Gladys Gardiner : unable splendid groceries. teaching a very successful term of J sp" ..
to attend school for the past week terms: are cash! and prices right. school at Urooker.W. in Staikn! with his family .V I'.\l\| |...|I'I'Olt) >lr4IMrNl ilruuiilHl. InIN will l<. I itn'nmi.tflnm''we nrv of!'I Iti-Pirnl hniir.Illliiil .

on account of sickness. lull's[ Department Store. Illirillnuni It.ill .i.!'mu> .I'll,. ,In Me U.'nv. 'i

M (Hope and wife, of Troops Special for Satunlay--Cash fen ,J. K Lvltonof. Knfoid: I FI" oi' Hi. UlC lll) .l t'llcHlloli. vivru 1..iMttallil Kcfcl. Mla \1

New and stylish: millinery at Stern. Itev W C. Klckliter left for Bald- have moved to Starke::'; and will make eggs Cash and. Curry StoicV : Ill'IIdr".1< I 'IH in tin city i utl''l101-I ,

berg's at popular prices.hy pay win Tuesday to perform the burial their future home here, :Mr. Hopi being ing the 1-111111"1'I ,s-llinon. +++++4-F+++++++++F+iFt+++++
over hu friend, Thomas !, \V. Snellirrcivo visitor to _
more ? ci-remony in the employ of the Starku Cigar' was n - ---- -
Hunt, who died Monday. Co. JacksonvilleVeilniHilnv.. COMPARISON

II. R. Alderman of the Lake Geneva

section, was transacting business ir Frank Lane. u member of the quar.termaster's Mr. and :Mrs Hob I h'morl'Rt.lills: ;Mr. and :Mrs T. N. Kendrick wire LASSIFIEADVERTISING t \\'' INVI'1l 1 r n ncpall.on" I nib
Starke Wednesday. corps. Camp Wheeler Macon Williams and Henry Uridtfes l will leave viMtors to JacksonvilleTucsday.
Ga., is spending the week in Saturday morning for Lumberton. N. ._ f .is .If i prieuiiil quality, of our
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II. A. Douglass a well known citi. Starke with his mother Mrs: II I'. C., by auto, where the: Original Williams I.. C. J'ciwi'll wan a business visitor{ FOR- -SVL1; -: li7!' | I h.lyd III K""d, i oil + .1 I Ilk line ofGROCERIES

zen of the Guilford section, was a M*. iehird.! Stuck Company under the manttgemont -. to the metropolis :Monday., ditlon I..1.I \V '"II. S'nik' :!'I.|""Hi''! i
of Mr. Uliner I.a/.emc begin
itor to Starke :Monday.: -- -- -- ---
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Sugar; 111 cents per pound!; tomatoes -, the season (liufns and H'.oIl"'lmlitR. N. 1C, Hull. Fill .SAM: Fill" 'now milkiMt. .+... \ em 11..1 Ih..I1't' I
daughter,, U cents per can; salt $1 persack 'lfW.
Tatum and - --- - -
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Mrs. J. at N II. (Hull .: 1If\ :+:: I b iillAflc .
Miss lauilv, wore visitors to Jackson. ; laid special nt 21 cents I'dward: J.uries ;'Monroe Cash Store. --- -- 'r c e miiiii' : |gill v
Department M: .MCM. .\\111.\11'\: : :t
Mile Wedmsday. joungiMt son of foum i 1'icsi I COM( : : .
i Fill: SAI.i.; in Miik" ia: ,(I iii" < < dfu.tnt.i + >.s \\ 01"i ..rI e a, \ i u "II
,dint .lami's :Muntcxwas n visitor In
Commissioner J. !,. Underhill attended W. II. .\Andrews onfof the big :ot irkc Sunday, guest At time home "f Muring.. the month.. uf I i-briinry th.:1,1'1 .. {. ..H, Vii,\ par "tack. S.llil,' 1.x..1 I: I +::: 11)1': ( I \ v.I. I 1.1' to fear

the fuir in Jacksonville Tuesday planters) of the Lake Butler section, Mr. an I Mis. .1.1\1. Tatllm.1; 1r"n., '-: ,.' lied: Cm-is. hll' forwarded I l Inh"adphul0rn lung, SIIII !k0. "
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puns a business visitor to Starke :Mon- 1'''" will lie 10'_> ji-uis old next Kciurth the lollitwing: huspiliclstlppllOH - - --- 1:
dllY. I Fore S.\ 1.1.;; .1(1( huslie-l-i of Ilre i i "d
of July but lio is "young" enough to : ., 4:+4+++++++++.++++4++++++++
for Saturday, Octagon net as sanitary inspector nt lump' 10) nehuiots, ; l 17 N.valtrre ; I II I cumpillous. l II W Ahiiiiv, Staiki linn _. _.
Special Mrs: I. Smith, of the Bradford , ,1.1 Nah : and powders six for :'Jj Miry John-ton Ik' was living in .Ia"-I( roit I ; Hi Lath lnwc ; Jll
Soap (ash soap& Curry Store. ('ounty Abstract, Co, left Wednesdayfur i HU ,in' \\111'1;i tlu-rc' xviii iniK'' 'w"i lili I ; ::J! p u ':'a'o. 'il,I'old I 11111'11 ; li -- ------ Driven Out MulariuItulttUpSystcm

cents Tallahassee on business. hoesik'r.. vitne'.c..d ,it-. i.-i >,..tl"1( I I":'i i. ml'") ,(I vt MMli i .' ; I iniiiri' i.; "" 10'01 s.\I.E i: .'.. I in"i.i-, <..f si tall, '1111: The rH'l I '1".t",1 1 ff tirriil ."'-u.'I"'II""k.* .

:Mr and, Mrs Hen Kemborg, of I.nke It. d1 I,>' t t1 i 'lea i Iy I lire I nd it i 1I11.l! I I i I. r.ll', i .1,1', I in 1u I i PI t.il! I 11 il IIP'I i I Inns I fur( IIIIIMI, .ill. it' ,. .-aI I II I I' \\ 'Dlnlnln.r.ul.."..\'" sl\-.llll" In'mil:' '.1"V .it/I hull,mil I''"e..liM)! l..III.I.uplhr" s"nt"11.

guests Sunday at the tamp I .\ndre>ws, one of H.nford's il'i.- I t.i I t'l: ,it t.' it i i-, t"t'! iv 1 III I 1,1\1, \ |1'1 I | Illl, I lu' 1" III ', t'I irlil I Aluu':J ; Butler were
Mde.awake business' men, was __,
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home of ;Mr and ;Mrs :Nat.: Stcrnborg.J. young -w -
n business visitor! to Stake::' ;MondayMr. ,

n.ormnn.-::-- one: of the substantial A1i T7me
Pnoducirion
citizens of the Kaiford section was a : and :Mrs. D. U.: Kdwards! of The Most H a:8niAcent : pf

visitor to Starke Monday Sumner spent Friday, and Saturday -
business with Mr. I'dwurds, sistl.r.Irw.; A. 7. '. D W? riffitli'J' Colossal I I.,
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T. Rimes. of ,\ Mrs
:Mr. and J.uestilonlay: nt "' :,u. ,"' '-:.;'
Worthington; were : 000 .cle
$2.000
the suburban home of Judge t.co; A. The rallies, Aid, Society of the Baptist in..rr/i""I..ifft/ Spect :
church will meet.: Tuesday, ;March
Gaidiner. 121h. nt H,10: at the home of :Mrs T. I! : '- 'YJj1 j IIIj
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seed Irish pota. N. I.imbaugh.The I.II iRll l NToLEPArqcFr., .
Special prices on ) .. \.
.J and Irish IS: :: .'.;o : ...fP'-'I'1' .
toes. Red Bliss, Hose . .. I1r ::: ;.,.,.. [;."
month.Hull's Ford Onrngo received n sh. .
Cobbler. Plant any time this : ,; @ ''' '.
Store. meat of six Ford Tuesday, ('lnSI-tll11,* ; -;' .. .. 11 t. < :
uf two touring cars two roul.ter j Lovers Strug'1e'rJc :
mid. sedans. : ( ) ?\J1t.! !: 1 'JJ'' ; :Q : :
J. M Rimes and J. R I Molt, of the two / : 'b:.(::!'.
Springs section wore I ..? f tt1.A-0 t,:.e A. .1.111,..." ./;/ j t.
Woithington E'

business visitors to Starke: Wednesday Alfred I / hunks]1'eats on display prize wall at Hull pa psnmptl <'s>I' I <: .'..: ,'., ; I! I"ii tI"l iIII ,. TI"'rOL'hout .:> .I"J'... }"i') ' !jll], : ; I : I I; .:( "f# ; :' :. /

fop. .
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o . 1".I' ..J.lllr.It' ,, bUl'"III"J'U 'J.Jt'! .
store. Come and make jour selectionMisses a i ..,... .. ) ... ;";" i. . . .', 'l . \, (' :
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latest styles mmillinery I ::: ) "So....,. .. II I ', ... ... (. t. I .' .,
Large; line of the : sy )j': ,,,., /lJ i .. p. : ) ,1. .;.,: : { dI 'Ih& i'
Frances May and Della Str 1 ''- : '. t __ '' : i
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Stump's. ; ;;;
at : .i'v :J7.i> : I: man spout the Saturday State Fair.in JacksunMlliattending .; ":::J 'm I.. I.l'.i1fr. # .., :t':' ri;::. .J = J"-'LII. : : tJli1i; I 1. + ; 1

Mrs: Walter Bryan and nephew, F.W : _1! \ : rcr!! -: -( w. fL; 'tl1'lttl e.-'ill M'7 .1 I
a tilatatihYi1t11u1Nw4/91: + : "JII'1 I ( : : .
('laud.Iartin.; spent several days .,\ :10110 t1.tV t; : : +k + ( !( .' "'
week Jacksonville visiting the Mrs. O. H. Spencer and childn 'r 'JF :!: ::;;': :--" "" "" ""''''!'' """"! r "/!?'."r,,, ,,,!,,"\'''' ''''.?, ,''''' ', !'Il s .e -f; : 9f t"'C\of'' (' ;f) !' .
this in A.
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lire iruests nt the home of Mi; : ., Ii( "fin''jf'1mTln.jJr' 41 iiJTn'! t {/ r j'... \ \F- ; .:11. } 'r.." AI"J\l\ ..
lattor's mother :Mrs. :\Martin who has IVyly _-r't.J'\' (--)/11 ;ZJ) , "' - .1.p': ''I'.o'I:: : .$.!. . ..Iii/iilr.b\UjjI,.{.t.. \. (..IILI4ioIWtI'r .....1.; .'/ ''' --: ;;;..r.-: : t I
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and Mrs Young 0--. IIP! : . -..
ill for some time P'1Mi := r r'r / .. .o ';'O :
beener .. '} "I h. ;J.\/n-1. : "
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Mamie Pin holster. of Rrooker, Don't fail to see tho splendid, lu' t I 'mf: :: "" ., '" .-' --" ''' I. r 'I 'III'', 't._1 J rO-l.,_ . ........... ..."I.f'e'rc 11. (,/
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n "t Wednesday of her sister, of millinery now on .di.spla ..i'Stump's ... ....... .. ...... 'H:.....C" .Lf1'I, %.,T I .. =. .., / ..'. I q .: r. t. .I,....''", :.;;:, rIG J' ,.". "............t....
was! guo 1 : ; ,
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afternoon T : :'-. )t '' = ; ,; :- i .c ': ;.; ,,1-1- ,
the aA" : : I'
:Mrs. I.easton Wynn and left in .. ... ; ;;; ... ,', .,' rI I. "
Jacksonville to visit relatives ,"!JI :t }I 'Ie :": :rl. .! o: :\ ''f.>> .... J, ." .;.,' ,. .' '
for at the :Mrs Perry Johns and .children of : .. : ; '! ; ;: r

"* State", and Fair.take in the sights Inmpton Saturday, visited relatives herela" iTr fEil'.Y.\ "TH"01:: 'h 'f"I"I M I 'fi'Wiit: L'\$ ; r I s



and Sunday chiMron., ) afternoon:Master Mrs.Charlie C. A.and:Marks little: :Mr and ;Mrs this F.week A. Scott in Jacksonville spent sioriil ',' III 't"i.i. :; I j, II! rI I N, f LI i I ;t

:Miss Alhe, motored l to Gainesville: \ accompanied days I
by ;Mesdames! A. H Froo- liking; in the nights,: at the fair : Hlf WjlJ

and II t;. Freeman, Messrs. '' :i > I v ft 1)AVEWfl .. JL
man rclirvi's I 1\ .
Harold! Wall Allen Canova end Jim Rheumatism l'ub.\fy-Tism-AntlRPptlc: ; Sprains Neuralgia; , i-ti.. : ((_ 1\\ ""' \\ I 'Iliti., --1; ",'f' .rl. ; ( ,I I IIII t I": 'i l,.,V { .. ftSllliH\' \ ,it I I d ,' \ )

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"f Brookor : t
The V; lecture at the High School J. ;M Shaw Jr., wa alusmess I : .j ; .. I ,
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auditorium next Friday night' March !' visitor to Starkr Thur I i t )JIIJ'II"n: : :(\\\ \ "' : JJiI.; ., lt (J tlr "f!''': ''' Ij.l .J'JI'III.\\: ': : ;, \\ .
Dr. Dan Blacker I : : 4 to'' ..:: U' .4il'J' i .. "
!a o'clock. "u" "i Llj".n ., r..rtI. -
8th. at ;! f J. _: : I. !- .... . . . ;;.. ,
He H Starke Ed. Burnied, of Jacksiinvillo, w'i ,.. '.. _. ';."" / : :r .J;: "
the speaker I " ..
be -
will homegrown.Come in the city for a short while M'md' iW ,.':. 1fr":1! "."'L', -' 'i" : !'l'V ii t //P. : .
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hoy-ore of our own I (: : l\\ : :Jj .. :.: : ..
"Tho High .o , 1titerrinnnr'iCrTtnulr ;Iof; 1iJ. ., ,, ....... l
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on _
him "
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and hear 1.. ..' iO
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invited. Crooks ,,
h G. was a ,
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"; Everybody \ / ,. .. .. :f, : !: .il";
!School Boy. .ft40'\lu: .t"1IoI"0/ ,I ... } '..:. .! =.:-l ". : .
Let us honor our own. to the metropolis Tuesday.Break '' "rl yl l/+ sc f, ..<$W"i'f, I.11r11'5Ld'Ty, .', k 4lrnnrprapv. ..,.".2f'.....:'Ir. .!
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wi'h .. .. 'In" "" . 1 ,
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children, latest Cold LaGrippe i ia .r. '
and or "r.r: t: -
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Hats for women your "' I Y ': '' J ; ; \, ;
We can please you. few doses of CCS. tf r :
styles all shapes. :r : :
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Stump's. 1r {
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L. n. Powell attended to busit .f'2 I : '
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Judge J. T. Wills returned yesterday in Jacksonville Tuesday. I' t { ' .'( I : 14 ( : :

from Starke where he has Ilion, ..I' :. r .
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for the past two days It 1 is "il! thatJudge 1 K. A Weeks was a visitor t"") tt" r" I '1 ..... : t "t9J'J: : :: !r : I IfIL
Wills will go to Tallahassee t11. .I. ''i':: I t):(;; "' : t I', 1- .Aa l .; ; fair Tuesday . .
write some Supreme court IIIIft'! ,j it ," '!, --. r- ... ..n'L.J .. ..' .....
thu week to '1" : ......
onui'lernd _.
decisions in ease which h.at'were one Ford top nail back curtain for SIB." ............ .0 .. '!
while -
by that body btarke
M I Ll'\'itnn.

of its these members opinion-! illm-recently has- been of .fmlir.The illaved I:writingof > Will"by Mnrk 1 hirts for 7"e; i'nt'n 1,1, I IWpartml'nt 10. Reels---Rowand's heatre 1 Sat. March, 16, 4:3U and 7:15: P.M. 25 & SOc

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FRIDAY MARCH 8. 1013. .
SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STAHKE. FLORT. .

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'I'Bradford' I County Farms and Farmers I I'f't





'!. I Ii I- FEED: OUT YOUR HOGS
1-:1\111\11\1: : ; --mi the open 'cintuminati'in rr"prol.\.I, \. In -MM t p.'n. '11'i ii -, |n mil."is, hufas. \ ''/o'f'
i I""ii ally! wiry i county in urea allY :SIX: WEEKS EARLIER
. v. 1 1 Mr, ('.,n"ultimal.. aIm i I'ID . . I
HOl.L It 1.1.Mlf Id"?ily h.i-, its li'iiinii-ti.itiiiri, agent nbe thise dh'ml'l' lu disinfected tlldi| | --
t i ,nil i :lI'h tale hiii: It.! Corp, of ..kJd, ( >I I before planting: ': h.ive a large: flog farm and has i
? 'I h... present! is u prier; ,t ilru''utii 1 1 iit,>,",,,|lfllhb> and) ijuaranlinu ullic otl-, ',1'raitne! crop rotation If wilt wa>. ,."If" ?i ip.,il c.rop.ii'<' to furnish food, fur> Iii i-wi-ry, lot of hogs and on feed two or

f 171 il t..,' hllg-" iind"'tnl, ,l ) ,in,' ', ., p "v.,'hPi I Iso 'Iliu-' I ii the sl.i !Ii Inn work fur the I pr'( -,rnl waloj'incliiris. piould, not 1 bi thi -.. Hinm.ils. lit ulnady own athoroughhic'd three, weeks quickly If all actually eat
than others. would fatten
Ifolandhina hoar n less
in furl tIhutwihoseiii"I linr'ipt 'Fti' -.-try irjiini/ntion alrcmly at planted in the same field for a period
,' andsuvtn these the entire drove wiuld ho
hour like ,
Iiiroc.krsey!
us H mutter of pouraisinir, u r him I of ten years, and volunteer! plants rl'lri'tf'll'd
there for the market six weeksearlier
huge nrmieH, the orirftm/.iliori of stu. Such an attempt would perhaps l he "be permitted, to grow. HOWS. The increase from ready
pi-ndous business ritor.iru and the unwisu" until after thour "01., ;in any; "All diseased plants! and fruits I' ummuls will soon:! stock. the farm and to save six weeks feed is
fr accomplishment of engineering( fonts i'\<-nt, .ovcral-IJerhal' thrc-2 to five when detected, should he immediately ;Mr. Canova travels for the largest an item that you fully understand.
,i heretofore considered impossible. years preparations should be made for carried out of the held and, burned., clothing' house in Atlanta his territory The hog that fattens easily must bo

i This spirit i>f progress, this willingness "no-cotton": year during which "When plants! are subject to an attack being! south of that city. On his in prime physical condition. The di. A.
4 to undertake! apparently impossible period thu necessary legislation would by some disease that can be con. travels h1' has abundant opportunitiesto Thomas' flog Powder in a conditionerfor
farming
is also found In the field nf: (>o enacted and, the orKan'znlion! peifWted -. trolled by spraying, do tho spraying see! the working/ of different hogs. It keeps their system clean:
economic entomology( and nppliedplant for the task it8e'!r. With tram thoroughly and at the right time, systems and all the modern implements and healthy and enables them to fatten
i ) pathology. No longer\ tho scientist three to five years' advanco notice" as Spraying will generally pay if the and will profit from what tractor he I I quickly without falling a prey Co
to the in which cotton woulcho is an early one and will commanda learns. A short timo ago a
satisfactory with sprayings{'" or your no crop his land the usual diseases of ho?'. The B. A.
on
K of other measures which bring about a frown, it would seem that both high price.. firm held B demonstration Thomas' Hog: Powder u not stock
f extremely
the work was -
I I.! fairly '.Htitisfactory" control of nr farmer and manufacturer could make and although
o injurious insect or plant diseane. lit ailjuatmentn which would largely or CANOVA IS OPENING FINE difficult, it was *o satisfactory that he A FAMILY food. It's straight medicine and we

t, Beoka for means whereby tho arch en. entirely obviate the consequence FARM ON SANDERSON ROAD has decided to buy a tractor with set all took the agency because it enables you
I I emiea of agriculture mAY bo annihilat. which follow a failure of the cotton of implements for it to pull and to feed :jour: hogs much earlier.J. .
, I Farmers sort of labor-daving devices ,will be W, White A Sou.WKhMtt .
fd; if not from the earth at least from crop for a single season. Will Use Tractor and Other Labor. MEDICINE
the fields are largo
Where
, I increase employed. -
considerable arras on Ita aurface could for example greatly Saris
I I ol'aJlcation-wbich )11'1' but another their cotton acreage during the _son *: MachineryAmong and the stumps are cot of the way, it n ftITE & Int.L.YBYt6ta.
4: name for complete- annihilation the or seasons preceding no-eotton la not difficult to deviate enough from .
II goal now aired at by the entomol. The non-cotton year would atl'er leer. those who early resoirntzeilfarming the orthodox practices to make tractor 1-" '" .Y.

offints and plant pathoiogista In apply. opportunity for the production of large in Bradford county as a work possible. lie believe In earlyplantings t """" 1 1 ... .
!lIe their respective aciencea for the amounts of feedatuffa and forage' M splendid Investment for capital! wa because, If no colds come i f sad Pall ..... ....
benefit of agriculture. that an unusually large cotton acre*. Mr. Paul E. Caner. Mr. Caner\ a the crepe will get s timely start and q
A new" principle la th. warfunaffainat age could be planted in the year im. bnidatss man and a capitalist bat h* if they are Injured by cold there win I ::FUSS
mediately following. the non-cottot was feared" ea larga farm to Baker be ample time to reolant
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pout and dUteae 1a now being< --
hall with pleasor. -
that while he net b. Our farmed should
year. With His boll11 disposed Bounty so may
reeofnlzod, namely that it U mon __ eDI. f9MIlafea .i
.
economical eradlcata of, it seems reajanabla to suppose' termed a practical farmer he yet bas Mr. Caaora's eetranc Into their
to injurious .
an of at leant aft nocb cotton eoaI4 be pro. tea love and aathoslaem! for the eaU ranks. Aa intelligent and observing = !

iaiiect several.1'million diM-dollar a, than at a t.e coat keep dosed In two traautn M now produced' which ia nereanary for aceeu.tie mea aa be to, enabled to nota all the Its Half y..,. L..hi. 4
in three. Thus far the thrrc-year per. Hurt bought BO aorw of raw land pregreM .t agrlcvltura U
warfare with It for all
OB a running east of Heal a_. both si at aDd backed !by, ample capital, ia 3:
tune to come, the aggregate coat of Ifxl-one year without cotton and two oa < *8 phases, to Ue -3: ....y Cest
the latter and the loewea! rustamod be. without boll weevil*-the cotton the had_ road, aorthwevt of bound to make ioaorations' ,
duction of the Sooth would be practl.l( Btarlui. The survey .f the Und was profit ef the fanning Urfoatry here gar _
iag tlrane greeter than the coat all at taat.r fott. Oa.
of cradicatloavAttempt maay cally the man. a* In growing of cot made Oecenber 9. 191*, and at that which others, not similarly blessed --i We ar a ta oar
ton for the one aeaaoa were not disposed time DO work whatever bad bean don are unable to bring about. His example the see ft good common aens de-
\' to apply tilt principle am ; for tha solL also capitalist\ to m. 1911 (ana. aid cartfea op.entlons
wet) Once the weevil la eradi. Improvement of the Bat should encooiage -
, ' not bard to ftncl., In )i'londa for eve e td there Ie ne reason why it should ; Mr. Galore wU dfltartntned to *>H laveat la Bradford ccamty famine w.;= = paaOs prosperity or oo* "got&g broke.

I ...". ample over $300,00 haa thus far beer ere apia become established. We some retariM from it daring 1917 and Ever at pree nt high prices BO era
expended in the eradication of citron immediately the work of to n4nhoroagalr can Blast aU or aoarrsrfl cMtoa. bag:
know more now about keeping pests I began : CoL C. L. Peek: has fenced ::
canker and the success of the under. out than wa did thirty-six: years ago, stumping fencing and breaking np broken 09 tha blocks of food and Brain at .rarest yrioesi fen
taking seema now assured even! of his enabledto supply m rchai>t on credit sad t *e
when the weevil marched boldly part hoMing, and ear Peek's addition lying between Ttraple. '
though/ the. total coat may reach one across the Mexican border -and kepton I plant seven acre of eottoa on April Eleventh and Oak streets tad the h money: : B'ood.ad data ts hbj; er taproportion

million dollar*. The result of thla un. marching.: I 17th together with a small area of northern town corporation line This ___ .. a ".. ;i.i; than are present eoUonprices.

dertakinff will bt the Milvatlon of an There in no feature of such an erail.Ication corn plnders and sweet potatoes. By tract WM formerly a pond and on account fNWItt "",- Mt "S Intl aas. aTledlb .
industry representing! an Invmtraenlot plan which la ireposiblo of accomplishment. means of disk: harrows and other pul of insufficient! drainage was M ifIl .... .. .. It's a time above an ethers to l>b>y
a quarter billion dollar and yield. The only question K veneers the wiregrnan turf had been! never before utilized but the drainage +Ati D1.abDnns l ha ... ate; to produce) all possible J food
in? an annual return of ten or more are wo Americana willing to tackle cut up pretty fine, yet on account of is now good and Col. Peek will In million 1 it a really big thing in tho entomological the "sourness" of tho soil (which grow crops there. The soil is deep d I *. Ilw mlteowUtast bowel acres; to cut down the store bill.
Near HouHton Texan, the FederalHorticultural Held and ;'put it across ?"-Gainea'illl formerly, before the advent of modern and rich and well suited for celery aad fba povniavltyrM h ttlw A good piece of gardea ground
Hoard In cooperation \ ) Bun. pulverisers, lasted from two to four : cabbage, onions, Irtsh potatoes and eujerf la p1'Oo.f Its Mm. rightly planted, rightly tended and
with the Texas! authorities, U now ...n.g8j'Uti year but little was! expected from theplaltings. ; cane.CALOMEL. If year Rrer Is sol driag Its Hiry. kept planted the year round can be .
in erniiirntmtr. tho pink boll. TAIl :M I XT UK K: 'K(XT ECT; S CORN Yet the seven acres! of cot- sugar roe will offer from nab disagreaaaU made to pay nearly half your Hrlng. It

.,i worm. Approximately ono thousand ton, though planted very late, pro- DYNAMITESA I irraptocoa as hea*> blllousn will pave you more money than you
men are engaged, in this undertaking Some farmers have experienced difficulty lucod $585 worth of the fleecy staple, _, constipation Indignation eta.. made on the best three acres ot cotton
{ and the weekly xprniiiturc. U in tho in getting a gaud|l stand of corn and l other crops were also successful. SLUGGISH LIVER and unless somethlzui ia tone, neriotn you ever grew! *
k Q neighborhood of lriM)0.) Tho area in ci-rtnin parts of their fields due to This was encouraging and Mr. Ca nova trouble OAT to.Thedford' tells nil
in which rotten f fields nrn Infi-atcil 1 COY. I the ravages of birds iind moles. These ought more land nnd continued im I Crashes Into Sour Bile makingYou Dlack-DranBht has teen IlastlnKS!; 1918 Seed Boole
of
right kind a money ear
erg five million ncrcs. The surrcBs of ,pests dig out the grains .Moon after provements. found a valuable remedy for these about the
this erailirnlion campaign will moanthat the plants iippcnr above the groundand Ho now owns 110 acres of land, in Sick and You Losea troubles. It is purely vegetable and ing pardon and tho "vegetables to put
tho Smith's staple crop cotton, I the stun) is reduced A. I'. Span me body and will probably, odd I to it as Day's Work. acts 'In a. prompt and natural way In it. It tells about tho farm: crops as
will I lii, siiveil from the riiviiyrcs of nn I leer I df the University of Florida exti'iihiun opportunities l come. His land, ;is in the regulating the liver to Its proper well and, shows you tho clear road to
insert which H ill leant the equal of :' division suggests method leer of large and, prosperous! farms I Calomel salivates! It's mercury. functions andlmpurltiee. cleansing; the bowels" of real >.ad regular: farm prosperity. It'so
thojioll weevil in destruetiveneas. I whereby' relief may ho obtained. Dip mil, I then the farms: : of 'nrit. S..1. Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug- Try It. Insist on The. Free. Send for it today t( H. G.
Tho illvmliJ'lIti": n mill. ,experiences the seed coin" in a tar mixture before with the :Molt farm west of Temples gish liver. When calomel comes into turd's the original and genuine. 79 HASTINGS CO., Atlanta, Ga.-Alvt.

of tho I pnit" twenty years hove shown I II'IIIHI'l.ly 'planting it. Bryan! T. M. WiHi.tms, W II. Kuhl, .1.1M. contact with sour bile it crashes intoit _n _
,, ""'\ Hint tin- bull wrrsil has I(I Mix; tar and linseed oil until the Truby. N. T. Kitih. I'aul I K.: ('lLn.)...., '' causing cramping and nausea.If .
qq no food plant other Ilinii cotton, that mixture will run well or will make a Neal; llros., Iouis I Knhr.r. !'. an.II';, J 1,:. 'I: feel. bilious headachy, conftipatcd .
1j(. i it run in flirt sulisist mily igloo tin- ,I thin tout, nn the grains. A thin mix. I '/lnovl\ and l Nelson: Mntthis.: ( The* l.trds 1 I you
hurts' of the living .lint. Not; Oven 1 Lure con In1 had l by heittmg I'our this diversilled some l being low, IIII'k.1 I und nil knocked out, just go SELECT PEANUT SEED
I
1* radon or ,'oltolHf'P' meal will serve' over the turn und then rub corn ill deep soil I and. the rest high land some Ito I I your druggist and get a 50 cent
), I the IK''nsl im an "lIIrrj.to'n'y riilmn. Of I; Mind, The tar will not kill the birds or It "oak runner" Innjd. which is deep, ,'bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone whichis .
the rnunlliMR IhniiHiiniN, nf l hate weevils 1"1' moles but it makes the corn dlMI md mellow and rich in potash. He n harmless vegetable substitute for --- - --- -- -- --

I' ( kept under ''servntoa; hy cntomolo.ji I tiisti'l'ul ti> them. Tienled, corn must has now 7f acres stumped and U'ruh-I, II dangerous calomel Take a spoonfuland
"ts, not (ins over li\cil. a full 1) be dropped by hand I as it, will not pass.. lied 1 and three miles of wire fence has!; if it do(' n't start jour liver nnd We have about 500 bushels of

twelve Ino"t hH If, thoirfoH', HIP I,,readily through: a drill, I been put up anti residence! for ('urt'- ,' straighten you up better and quicker
jjrowlh of iMitluii were i-ompli-lely pro. It is not advisable to trent all corn taker t-tuhles, barns etc, have l.eenlimit. than nasty calomel and without making
vented, throughout the entire iiifosteil in this way but vvheie land is near nhiimmmlt The :81)-) foot public toad throughthe sick just back nnd get select Peanut Seed. We are offeringfor
go
I area nf the "lIlItr-. anil this area is which birds" frequent' it tiny land has been stumped. and otherwise you you
1 ni'iirly" .'0.,>xlensi\f, with the "rut tun be necessary to I tram" tin seed. planted mipiovird nt Mr. Canova's own your money. I
K>''iwmj urea" oust' af the It icky Minin. then- expense. Three years ago the south If you take calomel today you'll be ,I the next 20 days at $2 per bushel,
' lainMf"r u period! of nut li- > twelve inontlis, |hu pest would lie ex. (HOPS: i''OR si'TiiM: ; 1'vsiuui: : / the land by neighboring/ prop- may unlivntp you, while if you take

1 1""III" 1l11t,' llnoujrli siH-li of onftiri'oilst.irviition Cowpeas horglium anal sweet torn Mr. and l
ii pel mil ron f : to start infestation in tlll'l make the hest. surly spring pastureall continiicil, the canal roost from" the ready for work or pla> It's harmless, 'I, ---- ----- ,- - -- --
imp uf the xeiison I'ollovMnir. The kinds of livestock iud, ne, good,' road thiouirh his 1:111: <1. std tin interpnsing nnd safe to give to children

' suggestion(: ill not 11 new ono. liy any ,I soiling imps, says .1.) :M. Sott of theUnixersity ,I :Ve.il= ln, will probably>1 iiititinue they pleasant like it. : (13-4',4)Tho ); KNIGHT & LANG
ni>;.HIM it has/ lu'eii put rI'thLIlllllnlly of ('lorula e-xperiiin-nt stutiun. ; I the work, from while :.Mr.Canova ,
since the weevil, first. imiuled, south : In sixtv-livo' da>'s alter planting I loft on" --- ------ --- -- .

I Texan fiuni Mexico, but has nut nppaiellll.N these crops' will he ictiily' for feedint1Ue.l :' This season" ,do, has ilu.tdv |planted 1 1 : Tilo'-riph. M\', .'''1I1Iy papercoin.lii Ocala Fla.
{ :, t results will come h planting 1 : 's all lit i s .t' md :National
'lieeii le nnleil '''lously liy will toiii, aura" ti> ruttofl' and one :KM, lo ,
the agricultural! authorities., IIIninly.j these. cmps in rows which ,permit" i *me. Tllt ic .1 of. the -.:. at"I'r, I' adv i II''' -, ii' wi''4! s.:1: ; ., ;< of the farm
im ,lou't!'. on account nf the niinilier cultivation In hasten the grouth. A fur" iiois| will I., plnled: ,to, corn, , and' home folks
mil tint t urr of praetieal illllleulties in liberal I application of feitih/er will I
the WilY of apply the method., It has lit'tiinrse, hasten'the growth, andsnutke
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born urifiieil that t all the farmers could it more 111>lIl1dnllt. I
{ out t lit" induced to dispense| | ; with cotton. Make epiirato lielils' for rash ..I' -
i'in\\inK for one season and that even he( crops so that theymay he .hn 1'- )
iv Much (N. T. RITCH, Pres WEEKS, Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Casiher
tested dilr"'lIltr
M-parately. i.1
< "n" im, lotion finp plaiitril, \'ounteirlutton "
iilonir rnuilua.v round fa imy, 1"1'1"11'1',1, in hni\i>!'liiii:' n n mlimi-' .
lniildincK and, in \\ rte; pinkos would I' tine of Hops, even if they mituie" :.it j jthe |
i rt,ivo a.< breed; i I.I ,'.s |Par he( wee1M acme time. It'1 it Is di" d| and thus i I'' I'I It ot i' the I "nci.i'iit. '1Ion" 1',1 Ian ti' nine 01'ops lit the sunntime County
1 Him, iftei hero ti'll''
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}'lIr. It h.. il I .l I.. i -uiri'i'Med/ mix ...
th.tt fur" (the Soiithi/ i ,"i *>1.1f.l "s ID HII out -- 1
(iKOW I 1'\: oT tiittiin for one jeir \\ 'old result in I I I l HED 1889 M
1,11, lie I li>...s than nil uphi' i\al and do. I
With prices 1'--:: +,1 rho... ,I I I. .. .
/m"tli.nliolt i of ihi' i iilii-iin-i\ ''''I"n. Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE
I sr, the tlniveisty "I'1 1 I ,
.
il i. t ni.unlv or entirely nn iiitlmi
livision is 'allnJ: attentionmportimee t" I tl I,? I
Its" liypnxlui'lH.That, ( 1111"1 of peanuts; 'in II. .,,, t. I/I FLORIDAEXPERIENCE

one' hundred per" teat. ,' " support of that mlv ic" i I" I 1 ,I' ,
lion t on the ,part of t the TainuM <. State College for V/ni'ii, I 1-i .i 't 1'-1
) rofiiiiniiitf from pulton. rultuiu. for, "ineiiir '' sued, Bulletin 17, "The I'-,". ,"I' ;11<"
t \" could'' not lie i'('iireil. iritesilh- IVaiiut on the Ilomi'Tahle.. .. w hilt,, iiaivbe : |
nut saying./ Almtmeiife, from rot!Innrulture I,. had! flee by addressing tin I I',n'li,'! i.: ,
ihinnir the year in ttiestionwould | at Tallahassee. |
.' ,/ ha\e to lie mode compulsorynnd ,
Thei" aie many re:isonv< Ii ; 'h
would' ri'truiu' suitable U'Riilutum. peanut| should( I be,, used for I'id..tni., ,I When you hunt for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.
and l h nil of the states' '
hy congress y -onie ..1' them ore named in tin h.J.o-:!
nlTecteil. (Hi jettions t would\ be iniiilo tn I till : I'hcy are. economical, i ee. t' .'.1 YOII should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.

such !leKislation but liy, the time our they can In'. Ir"\\'IIILt home, no ii hilt nlly ,
war with (;ip'manI" over wo will is "I"'l'i"lw,1 in keeping them; a I The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking

have In Come lU'iuMomed to federal variety of products! can be made/ from' business.
regulation of our niilnsliiei., activities them, such an meal butter oil and
and Oven personal I habits to a degree !Hour; they me U valuable and conlenient We'have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more important -

heretofore undreamed of. The farm. food for school children; and HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.
ers will by that time ha\o a far different they tire also a meat "11\ ..r.
attitude toward tedernl, or The comparati\e value of peanuts, Your money deposited in this bank not only works for you day and night, but owing

Mate regulation than they hn\e hll.lln in the diet jlrILphit'lLllyh"n and a to our experience it is SAFE.
,
the To prevent ('ottonlltlirt. in .
past number of peanut recipts.. arc given.
,r; t all the Southern State would 1. except SVith peanuts at 7 cents. pound, and! Safety deposit boxes for rent for safekeeping your valuable papers.
It a. to the area involved be in so esuen- :steak at :25 cents n dime's worth of
tin! respect different from what is peanuts is equal to t CiJ;:! icnts' worth of
i now actually being undertaken by therovernment .steak. in food value; and th. bulletin Condensed statement of the condition at close of business Dec. 31st 1917.
(! and state' in several south tells how to use the peanuts! instead ,
Texas counties. tfi far u* the arm is of the steak. HyI"lnjl peanuts,
as concerned, it is not materially createrthan erally. the amount of protein and RESOURCES LIABILITIES

/R that formerly infested by the cat tilts from other sources may'He
i' tie tick and its. everywhere coneedod duced materially. Loans and Discounts 145924.96 Capital Stock paid in
that eradication of the latter will soon --.--- re.l, United States and Municipal Bonds 14.347.00 $25 OOOO)
be completed. W.\T.IUIt:1.0SS: : ("O:'
Volunteer cotton could' be located TKACT 1)1SI:.\ Claims and Other R ources. \\6,186.98 Undivided
less
and destroyed by competent inspection ES\\ Banking House Furniture and Futures \\9,500.00 profits expenses paid 1,680.40
; in short, almost every acre of There lire several diseases! to Deposits 3908493\
land in the South would have to he watermelons! in Florida are heir ami AU other Real Estate owned 7,237.61

thoroughly patrolled for this. purpose. growers should be on the lookout for Or.Jrafu.( secured and unsecured 331.68
Finding cotton plants ia. n fur easier them. A few general method\ for
task than for example, detecting I their prevention! and control are given Cash on Hand and in Banks 223818.10

minute canker spots on orange and hv C. i). SherbakolT of tho University
rY! grapefruit leaves in proves containing if Florida experiment station: 1 TOTAL 428022.33 TOTAL $428,022.33VE
,yf thousands of large trees. Technically "Some of the diseases. are undoubtedly ( '' I
trained inspectors would nut 1 1.* necessary I introduced into the rteld( with the

; every farmer In the Smith; U nl. wed and growers should d>'mnnd fiom' \ SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS.
ready a qualified inspectoi. provided' their seed dealers that seed( 1 I., ol,- WE INVITE INVESTIGATION.
only that he is n man of -tt-rlinjr tamed from, healthy plant md n'. 'i.

worth, conscientious and reliah"I'I'al"" [; "IIK: ,under( iuh Condition-- t" maki 1MdWtr4 --.



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FRIDAY MARCH $, 1918.

_ _ _ _ _ _ RBADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORjflr1 .
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r ly live tn feifl W'! TI fcu; & attatL': J wtiT1w' To fluent The figures 10110\\- of FUnire nnj .
In ; vvr.. IIILlIurrsr..: are us : (20E.. run Smith 8I |, chains
used to wake In the middle of UUI 'vlth them.We I First J1\onth-I-nj.lIl1ld. $ ,l72OOO:! ,. uu-noo, Wmt rwenly rhaini. th."". North Six.ly .
cold that 1 Fh.ln>. in SisMl.m, lino, thenrv Eiwt ,.n s>tllon -
night In a sweat dreaming. Ami'riai, :$10.H.'Ul.OOtl.Second : : ,
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: hail c.rnllnllrUI'Uon. mostly during lintT i-ntv rhnlim tn point of bi tlnnmit
e'OVERTHEREl! heard the cluttrr and whistle 1 IiIL)\\ ItlS tho iluy, beonusi' we didn't diire let month--Eiifd.inU. $2,71lffl, ) .. In Si-rllnn u'M, TownshIp (17)), South or ltan.....
i : nil along tilt Hue, which meant that Amrricii. f;J! lfit':0,00ti. I U01 K. i" ci-i>tlnu Kiitht iierm mi.ro or Ira* con.I .
:
time German aviators etc us pnn-tlclnri I ii'y.it by Curu-r N<-u tmi anil wifu to Mr, I
tho gas vvua coming And thmlly I Third month- Tn.:lnml, $:,1 t lOJ.l'Oll! ; I V. IlotvliiH l.y 1 li|..-l ilnliit Fplinmry I n'lli" I ,'
really did hear the terrifying Htiuml. .Ameiua' $10.000,000.) )( ( 1 tnio' nml Ui-ennliil In llnok (2J on paitii
I UKiint lllh I I I mi-' r.mtjilnlnit I 118 I .."..... m..,.'
just ut II monu'iit hmm'ii i tt iinildn'have 'l'hi"re' 1111h--I'II.llInJ.: $1 II.I _'9l.:!, or I IINI., Ainu iHUinnliiK. Klirhty chulnnVral, i.r
The Thrill and tioiiiidi'd "or",... I was In 'lmmirgiit in'u(I, Amoiiiii. 7l,7lUtH; .I N..lho..t rorniT. or Mprtlon, (Jfi). Timtmhi' .
the Hell!! of the Trenches. : ( the dull}' rat liii detail I sift Intel 171. tt liiinun I..H i .:. ami mn Hnuth 1110 r,.'tto
Ihe .
:N.itunml War Savings Torniiiittio. .. a point i..t In nInnlnir.i thonco Houlh pun fo..I.tluncn .
H . Described bg an American Boy uhout ton milt.s to the pot lit of ueur I in ,loiiimi-ntinj I on I ho rnpu:I Wiwl, I l.'i< tout. tlumriNorth UHO r"...
". u|>i>rouch of the transport Lorries ili'vrloinu I | >nt nf I the savmcs I i.impniirn.1 thiniiKant I-4 fti't to the point of Ix-ulnnlnic I
In .Siclinn (Z..i,, I'liwnnhlli ( T). Hnntli of lunitni01
SERGEANT McCLINTOCKt //.t carry lu rutUms! IIlulUunl lion ant 11.1: i tOll.IV : K.: rontalnlnir Jll .".... mom or I...... In
lings to tim.- flout tn'ru'lirs.i 0 I'hr fJ.ooo.ono) .1 dny: now flowing.. I'. In......*. nionor |I...>..
: timid u lot of t r<>lIhl,' returnlni with our! t to I tho TrniMirv, :' fiom; I the Kmall I i av...' ;I Thin. lltlh july nf Pi-l>ninry. 111111.
loiuK I'liHsIni a jiolnt whlcli %win ingof' the people mdioito 1 It.oEW80M..
/ whit
Sergeant Alexander 'McClintock ijrio.it Ciinnlinn. fir 8ilr Nvwuon Kiith Ni-wmim and
I Armg HAS of LnlnqQn! Itg., ano! Ibs CanadIan called, :Sliruinifl: Corner because tin reserve I the Covornniont: hm; ti, I AIls Nt-nmim., Minor, hi-lni of Cni-tg'r N wffom -
the Facls--tJna GrlpptnlJ Tale 'That Everg American Will Red for Ua Tells I Qcrmnns bad< proclm.' mange of It, wo ii raw on in a nut ion.il "'nmu'rg"n.'v. I i anil. t.aura Ntupom. ilis-ra.....

Was Invalided HoraeBUoi'leis'] a DI5tJn\11llSbed\ Conduct' MeKU1 "". I were caught lu uiurhlue gun lire am For tho litiKinotis I Of war I tin- limit ion' In lit M-

For rDCIC..s.am ana HIS Allies. An*O1QJ 'OUl There" :AdAln:; !! tA Flgbt had to lie on our stomachs for 2D mlivuti'n hns need eiuh iluy for t hi- lahor.priv. 1- -

l Iianatt... Foil Of tile! SpIrit &11.1 AtmoSpbcro InSpIring, Ineresllnll. Persoul I during which we lost one man, liiitH of millions of ti t lM'liii i-nirnjrei!! ", \\ hene'er'ou Need a crcoeral Tonic:
= of tile Trcc.he.s. 'wouud)e". I oent him buck nnd went in ngrii'iilturo, mining, nuunufmi-t miring)::. Take (drove'
on with my I'lirty. only to run mid nnd t rllnsport.nlion.11": \ ')' ulone \u ill / Time Oil Standard Grove's Tasteless

_ _ _ _ _ I Trxxxmjon: _ another machine Run shower hall nut Hut .'I'mIllILI1J. tilt-no nooesHitit-s of vviir chili Tonic in equally valuable a. it
mi the people produortheir because It thr
ciienditures \ Cit-nrral Tonic rontuini
IrimTrigrvir i.ii.i'j. i1'Ii: iibov? ctnoh : on"blle were lying
U ; < ) mile farther wo for
comforts
porsonnl mmdbixmrmm'ii. I wcllknowntonicproperttesotQlTlNNUaulit :
No. 2 m-ntry on the Ore step was! a ,down to escape this, a concealed Hrlt anil put their siirpli onrn. H OS. It acts! on the Liver liriveaOut
siren wldstlt- or un empty shell case lab battery of five-Inch puns, nhoul inKs into (;Jovernmont IOUIIH hey .: !Malaria, Knricliel the Ulooil arid
THE BOMB ." uiul II tilt of Iron with which to hum which wo knew nothing, opened upright transfer their buying! power to tim;' liuiliU up the Whole System. 60 cents
mer on It. This whichever It might over) our hl'nl1"It shook us up (lovernment. Two roillions ii day unveil I

RAID be. wan fur tht purpose of spreading 'and scurej tui so that seine of out) --- co, __ nnd lou nail to the nation mi-nun t v '
tlio alarm In case of n gas: attach. Alno party were now worse off than the millions to hi spent by the Government : -
we hnd sentries In "listening posts." I man who had< been hit and ('lIrrll'tI'tothe When the. Little Prince Came Back I to will the war mstoail" of ly pn Gold

Bg Sergeant Alexander McClmtock. lit Mirlous pultun from SO: to &O yurda renr. We finally got together and Btood to Salute Him. vale citizens for perHonnl iiti .fiu-tiiin

D. C. M., 87tb Overseas Butt. out In 'N: () Mun's Lund.' Those men went on. When we were about n mile The :$70,000,000) ) ) of spondmu powiiilreiuly ,
tt bomb rain All night limn Home- put nt the srrvuo."' of tim.- Inn;
Canadian Cren. GuariiCopyright. Mni-ki-nod their fnces before they wont behind the reserve trench. ntuinhllnM
times until 2 or !II o'clixk In the iin>rn- 'rnmentM liy time btiM-rs of xvur sin' ingioourilii"
"", '('r the, ttl'" unil then lay In shell In the ark through( the lust and mostdangerous .
log Wf rvhcarHod that rnlil. just! ascarefully '. "! Pius t rim mmii f. rI'.'.I from iii 1I 1-
li. ,U"4 or natural, hollows. There win path ovi-rlnnd. we henrtl alone
1917 by the Bell I of to I the niitionnlTirnsiiry I
Syndicate [no. na II ooinimny i>f star tii'taruiwould mm ills poiketbookH :
t al",n> 8 two of them a bayonet man siren whistle. followed' I by n \vnvuof < rehenrHp u play. At first timers comnmnd nf the Inbor nmlinntrrmls I
end tomht Prom the listening. metnlllc hnmnii'Hntf nml wild toot- Mining
n was! u dlsptusit ion to have vport out to loud' n fleet of Hourly! .1.1luniilrid
Sergeant 3fcClintrck an American tot' II wire rim lnu-k to tIme tiro trench log which seemed I to sprout over nil of) It."Well. riDOO.ton: ) .ships

boy of Lexington, Ky, who has seen I to lie used In MKii'iUiiK.' lit the trench tI! J.ltII\DJ,: u mil" nlu-iul. of u.s. All -- ---. -
Romt'111() would sny, rollliiK
service In France waj ilfroratcil, for a Miii! flit with this wire wrupi>iiliirounO cf is: could "nj' >. us> :
any Into the hay nil I tired I out "1 got kllleil1U I + + + + + + + + + + . + + + + I
bravery wounded ' / now is returning! to accept a commission I >. K.. ," two I pulls, "I'm coming In," All! you could 1 soc In tno rtirtt Ttn* ft : pro.sent
:!! tomorrow' !nlujit. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
This Is the tecund article in tho Him- pulls' I "Iiiu-my 1I11'1/Iot./: anti four collection of while nnd frljIII"I".1| I tiny farming. The f armor -
series. In the first articla lie his training to the In tri-mh Is such which out "... ". I I" I sw.'.. tlnil. I W I 1'.., i ,
up point | stop; u n on as n thiiinh us we gut .\ :MIKKVahiiiKton: .\ \/11-: \ .ii (Ii' .
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with
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-.11. .I. nr.r II.M."I 1 i ".iiiii sun" r Iu i i. .UlnS our
uhrre he reached the front Una MiMlirs. Mtiiul. In look. nut and shoot our gas musks nnd hi'lnn'ts nnd put' 1 INl.Ni: ; : . 1\: II11.. \ .i.u In. Mini, i. ii".m 1\ \iilui i ,,( lit I "it I iNtlii.ii I uiil I
trenches. I Lklvvicn the suud hllA;s ou toy. them on following ,illel lionus nwirlyu ..r iMinii''n i I..111.1.1 .-.it.,' i.r m...i iin.i.r Iii. >.. ii
\\\U S\\I\I-: :; . IMPROVED FARM
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III. 1 llrn.lf-i.il I II
.I I 'ill I.nit 1. "" I
Tn inlilttinn. to fhoic' men. wi hurt. >< v\e oouUl. I "1..1.1. I lln-I nun I to sit lltll Ht'llillMl' I'' II I Illllllll'I. .1.1 Illlll, llll.lSHIIIIII
we took our position In the pinioN': ' uiul "" 11111.... out In "No !itiISLair' still ant soot two forward to notifynut .'I I.liiiiiill. ....r. iin.l in fiitui,' ..I I .1 I W' \n i MACHINERY
W1IHN'I I llin-I tn-ni'lics! In I liilghnnwe / \ :M l a r t-h I. T li ii tAmeiu .11'" ". A ",,... m.l .lal..l I'h.. :',.Hi, Inv i.f I.I.ruiin I.
/ t tin- /'iiutiipurt of t the flight from lm"-Iii-ndiiunrli wlu-n, tin 111III ,: I
'an war SUMMITS i ilnve l IH alreiulyruniiin I '. A. I II I'UH' will i.lTii, f..i. mill,m IIn.1 ttlll!
Ill-Mil I I l Ttvcntj-slxth wllh orders In milii any infiiriimUini II rill wits ovrr. 'Ihey lust thilrvuy. aheml of I the l.'nili-.li:, mil I.. tin. hl..h",1. 1,1.1,1,.r .l m l.< ,,,1 u mill I, r I.cuIu I., Don't grub along with foully

C'nnndlnn! bnttiillon.' t t I Scouts from tliut I'DS"lhl.hldl iiilcht beof value t'> ell<1 wero not found for two dll 'II. \VA I I'JiiKii' mr in volume of weekly TnwHiiry citimi.I .", ." .h.I .lit llrniiri.nl II,,* I'-nit, 1,'.tI.>illily."..-, iln.i I I" I..I. "HI II. I Ihil.xtii III) \l..n.llit, ., ,.,fSI. plows. harrows I\ntl! other

organization i.uiiibuck) to tinUllages : battalion Irlltll, ' i'"11I11 rim I lye lltj11 \ I April I till, I'HS ho MHIIII' In In.i n nil mil. '. tools while have
nf Dlnkli-hu- nil. lU-imltiKliclst: to hendiiunrters. They reported on tlio tuned, to take my tnnsk, I olT. As not M tin 1'rin,ide public by Hie !National; VturSaving ilny i.f Hiiiil ,'.:II::. iliirinu. ;tinli'unl: I ln-ur,'. .:.r we n complete -
gut','. llur,,II,,win il.,Hi-rlln-il. ,n "I I -Int.,. m,' ; of the
tell us how Kind they wen- to nee condition I "f the (; do tli. Committee.riu line most perfect -
us ivrumiii" I 1'lIrh.Ir.I -, liii I'iIii'iim'I. I onli-ri'd tho men to null.il. I.. 1 hitf nnil lylntf In. llnnlf-.n. ) i''.unit I II. .1
und to show us 1 the WilY In. As wo tlic luriitliin nf runrhltir guns inn) othI Iii hf''. \hen we pit In t h.' I tri-iulion I TI'.mmry'lIr iheHt. in I Imo pnst I lurlilii... In-ttll "flit- KF''I .,f NW1' inil iiluinil l.thor saving FA H M
proceeded, overland l. In-fore; i I our \veikx halO been emnlieil! by $ H1.iipii.nilii .- I ..r (in n.,,', i.r. 1",11.) .. .n iiinnri r"tin In
< reaching i < r llttlithings t I like Unit whirh might lilt our piiika we found Hint the gus .
.. .. the
NW' nil
I I > HIM NIC .o..r IhiNl-: ( II. MACHINERY on mnrket. -
the cunimunlrnllon tri-m-hos' at time 1 I'O of interest lo gome .'..mm/m.lIl1!: nlnrm hud 1 lo"1'UII of I'rttz'H Joki-H. ( I fnim Hales of war sminics ii r.tituate nlH.ti-,....i.lu-il liiinl. In Hirllim I I. 'I's| .<,MI ,Iii|, '. '
front these Hcouts! piild. irs the hosIiltuble olllrer HO:: ) nilleti luck.' Also tilt')' vereormit'nl Tho llrst Hlrcns lnul ln-i-n Houndi'd In I st.unps, while the Intent I four.veiks Snulll/ I "r liumui. .... 'J 1',1.; .
\ returnH. from lintrl.iml: ruikih' W .1. I'I'J'WION.
, ) uttentlon due Mrllllli'r-tlUlt to miikc elTort to the (lorniiin linos mind there huiln'tbiin .
every cup- only !$'17.1)iHAli) LII.A ). :l-t M '!!? rlTMllKK The who neglects to
In, one of ttu'in. loading u plntooii, ', tune uny of the, oneniy's Ki'ntits or pntrols nn:> 11111. mm tin- I total I American wit I' suvinifMnit _._--- - - man
would say : .. fill that we could net InforiiiaiT.ni Our men i-veneil thIngs U[' with the now in ('xe.'"" of $'."0.lli o,0MI( () amid! get all possible from his soil,
: 'Next :;:iiH jnrds In machlno !pun from them. One of the Interi'Htlng' Oonnuim, hovvi-vt, tho next nlt-M,: I are running I late to $:!..flon.uIIOI) L ) il,ly, : i: III' .UAKIUvN HA is neglecting a gold mine

range. Ket-p quiet don't run and be moments In this ,cork, cnmo when Ii Knme of ( tin noouts crnvvlivl' ili'iir l tip m it is untl ii'lI'"I".1 I that I hi' tn-st .flilO-1 I
If clu-ll (OIMI.IIOOM) ) ( | .be reaiheil in the thin Ii Thlrly ilnvn. ..,... ilnlihirnT "" l-i ..II' lhIHlli .. right' at his feet.
ready to drop quick you arevfl etnr caught( Sou out In nn open to the! CU'riniin tmrlii'd wire, ten JiirdrtIn thnllnnnriitilii
In
I ilny. i>f Miirrh. IIIIH I will "| |101.
\ rnetl." fcpot. If you moved you were gone. front nf the t-nomy lire t trench tliil week in :Mardi, or, in a I little mnrt I Ci.> A. liiiriltnir. 'iiiiiitv. .|IIIKI-) ..tltr.imfnl Our tools will help you to
I than three months after the first offering I.In ..ffic.- I I... tin.riitirlhiiimii .
There wns one scout to each platoon ) \'e Been mon stand on one foot fur empty Jinn tins to the tturrli-ndo nml r.iiiiilv. Hi-rl.lii. nt mine gold.
i of the si I the Treasury. In lhi" 'liiwn ir Slnrkiltrniiri.nl your
and we followt'd him single Ille, must I the 3m) Keconds< during which u star tlii'ii nfti-r at I itching sninll tolrplmnuwlrex tamps by Cinilittr ).,...hln. r... nil I )rIr In "ill nl, .i-iiMit' I
months I
of tho time iilonj; rouJs or wi-ll worn shell will burr Then when Hcouts nrI'II.r..I. to the bnrlied Htrnnds. crawled II I It took Knt'lmnl I HI-M II to tup( .111,' Ihii-.Ninlh. ,",.lIv"Io'.1 liilirmt I nrh. ..r '
the first bum I red nulliou I , ... ,. Itnlli Nr nti.l' .'i II.. N. wK.
s In r Ni iv n "'''III. Hardware Co.
paths but sometimes through thickets mot In ":-in MIIU'H limil" thoy buck to our Ir.'nd.11l'1I. tiny Ktnrtd ('.,I1IJ1aTlhtn of the first' thru* "til. M ,or. In In. ..r I.nrU.r Ni.ttm.m. mil. I.iinruS' Stnrkc
und, ragged, lleldx Uvcry uow und tlii-n always hiid t'n fl ;ht It out with tiajvnets. <' pulling, tho ti-li-phono wires the months in I the! two tountnrs H|>O\VS .... KUI'. iliviiimil in ."..1 In tinf...lliiMliiit i ill.rril.nl ..

the ecout would jell nt us to drop, One sIngle Mint would bo the empty' tins mudo u clutter right under I I thaI uur ilaily' j I average has I ln'i'n m m u.,,- ,l..illlt. ,. I Inn.U li.nilti l 1Inil,li.i vtil'unI. II.I I.uinnillf, lint In ill"il".011,1,.Inl..
nn J down we'd go on our stornnclis, signal' for nr\III,'ry dm\, mill! would menu Frltz'a IIOHC. Iiumedlutely tho while nwny oft In tlm. illstiincu vve the ulmoNt I I Instiint annllillntlon 1 I of th* opt'neil U]> with nil tht-lr inn- l.iml at I tlv' I I. i/iiiniin'" ul!' tin,' IIw\t.j ..in, i ..f '-, ,.I i.ii I ." I I. .Mi I'M'. I r-.Milli,

could henr I Hie ".lU. t-I"Ut" of inuchlnn men on I both xbleo, 4if, the lliit.) t'niliT chine gun: a nil ml lii., lire, hi-ttnn iMiinbInn -

guns the first Mumd of hostile firing the necessities of tills \\ mir many of tin. spot' from which I the nolno

that had OMT n-iulird t I our ears. our nii'ii IIIIM Iji'c'ii killed by, cut own Cumulus mini sent map "S O S" pl ;nnls fur r.

"1 t8 nil rightaid the. '......111. "They bhell lire. ortllli-ry I I i Ih'"- nloni; n milt> of I thi'lr II lii'. I

hnvon't M-I II us ur ,got 1"1." nf us. I The Daylight Hour. They Ili-L'd a SIO.IHIO I Hiilulinnd list u EVERYBODY INVITED TO COME TO A. D

'hf'"r.. Jn-t llrmg, on suspicion" I At n lit I tie beforeil.ihrenlc. rnnii night's ship oviT the ltolsi> ilium ii,' tiy,

:'10"\1,1"I I. --. w mimi our vui'Ions phitoon I "stmidtoliiMi evorjhoily, rot I biil-, -1 tinillsinrdi'd, ,! fniitnliiors. (.t live MillUnits' -

11/1,11111, Lot: lulu tin- front re-servo' toni'd l up nml 1 roiiily, fflr liniluexs. hi worth of jnm. It vv<'is n K"1'tonic GREAT SALE
& SON'S
trenchut 'ul'-nit'' i two hours atr1mmidali.IiI <: cau-e nt that hour most nttiielis" hculn, 1 for tin- Tommies. ANDREWS

ui. li.iuii-d. thut tinIlrst foil! iilsu tint WIIH Ihe rrcnlar time for 1 The Prince of Wales.
Mom ot "'MI/ l>:iiinlloii" I hud 1 lu-i-n "plll,,
Two: nn n li.id, 1 I 11'n t\iiuiidi-d, thouglli i uth'r"I'I'I| ,' 1": mWiiti' nf tiller 1'11".1 me I In a trench 1\ hUe I

nelihi-i, "r tut I .I illt.I I. Our otvn Mtretcher (hell I tlr.v.., 1 luiil I smile < :iMlnltli'i 1 vsns HtttliiK <>ri n fire Ktep writing n This Sale will start on March 9tli 1918.
lieiin-r-, ,, .s our. wouiidi-d buck to the every niornliiK' 111111 l I'M'iiInt I ;, mid I tin1stretcher li'ttcr. I notlri'd. that he luid tho roil ,

Held liiispiiul ut t ninkli-busih.1 'Ihe men j bearer used, ti> (ti't ready I titus of It stuff ulllcir! on hU uniform thousand dollar stock of /goods including the J. II.
We have fifteen
(1 tinT\\ i ntv I I I. .sixth l huttiillon spent |I fur tin-in UK u rrKH'iir mutter nf cours. 1 but I pnlil 110 more nttcutlnn to him a

the rest nf t tin- night Instructing usunil I'i'C lj::; minutes lit ,ilawn gill ,dusk the xi thnt. Nn compllmentH, mich' 111 Denmark Stock which we have recently purchased, and our object in this great

thru I left us I to hold the' position. (liTDimis USIM! to solid 1 over "" Ih"l Salutes to nllk'i-rs, lire paid In thtrciulu'.s.
hit of cats, After ho had of sale is to reduce this stock.
:\Ve wert' us IHTVOIIS us u baiigs' "coal I boxes'" and "liii lumImi piiHNed one
en.llt *"'"'ii I' II I to mo html t the ( ,'rnmnn s for" (slu'lls from trtnrli mortars.) III' the men Ubkrd me If I didn't know
must certainly IWIIIhllt they coultl KiKli a Rt-ncrnus, wn<"r that i It looked nit who he. WIIM. I mild 1 dldn'U I In the last thirty days we have added a $2000.00 stock of Carroll Adams I '

come over unTl walk right 'through us, I If they liked, to shoi,.t Vm ofT hiLlier I .'''11), you d- fool" lio. mild, shoes. A car load of new furniture. $1500.00 worth of( new dress Roods nnd
but outside of u few cusiiultleH from I they hit.i UII 'I iii rig fir not' 1'1111 coulilUlwajs "thut'H time return of Wnli-sl"
sniping, such us the one that! befell, I hrill-the. "Ili'livy Hi n n'" milling, I i \\ln-n tin- little prlni-o rniiie lack I aces and ribbons. The fact is, we believe that we come as near carrying a

the Fourteenth. plutnou mnn which 1 iind wo puld' lIttle atten:. i to It, as It I' Stood to sit mite him It to n-tiirm-d the, in Bradford County giv-
of General Merchandise store ,
have told iii ii,,lit, lit lung \ .'ry itlim nfl' was used In t-ITiHtM tit reach the bat-, ; Salute with n grave Hinlle mid {IUHHI-I! complete line as any

lug huppcniMl I tin- first ilny uiul night tories b.iek nf our limits Tin I pnor oil ( on. Ho WWI quite nlotii-, und 1 WIIH ing the people a chance to select from this entire stock during the ten days of

anil by thnt lime wn hud. got .bteiulyon I town (if I IJ) IIklt.I'II"'h"t' the full brn- told nfti-rwurd I limit he Hindu thixotrlpH
our Job. "'" hold, the position, for tilt of It. \\hin II .lii-ll. u.Mihl .hrli.kIts tlirnuKli tilt* treiu-htM Just to Hlmw the sale at a reduced price

U the loiigi-st period .. that In did nut consldi-r hlmlielf -
20 tlIlY. which way (ever M n one w-mlil -- i". the ini'ii
that nny Ciinndliin, or KrltNh orgunIzntlon "There gocs the tvpruss' fir Ulnkli' bi-itrr tliun' nny other sm.1,110'1'1, 'ii iii Now goods have advanced since we bought this stock of feeds and gen-

1 hits >'tir reinnlned I I In n front fiat of immglzinmi wns ci-rtnlnly I laMni; before it
eral merchandise, and why not come and buy what you have to buy
lint tr..n'h. ..- ,-- liinrly the Hume rhunre of 1,51 rig hHluhrrltulire
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--- In thin' of tin- ,stories I've rail have Hint wu WITH.Aflir advances again.A. .
;: f--yvirr" )! ."t>i'n trl'llI'h lighting us It wus wiiitul been on the front I lino I

rrlt', on I in Hi'I Igluiu ndi-iiuiitrly ,doIbtd. 13 duji we rccelied orders to rniiki ubomliliiK D. Andrews & Son do not fool with FAKE SALES hut their motto is
You siijou iin't gi-t( much raid. Sixty vuluntri" wnr"

r Ian Idi-n hut n thing. like that ask ,d for, nnd I the vthnlu luittiillun'
iliki ng M quli k tour' ol. flit I Irt'lIdwII < nsl. I win lu..ky..r. unluikyeiimiKh -!
article this during
nearly buy at store
on
to
flier ullli',ml din i'\tlou nnd\ eacntt na to bu among the (;A) who wire save you you- money every you

the newspnper" and iiingii/lne tvrltt-rs chnsi'n. I want tn tell you In ik-tull this ten day .ale. -?- -

do. 1 couldn't. uudorlul.i- till uny- tlsjut this! bomhlnx raid no limit you J

i; .i thing worth wliIUubout. tin- lug: Isvuos cm i iindirHtiiml' whnt a timing may Come and get our prices and let us prove this to be true to you.
\. of tho we r, but I run di-si-rlbe how I really nmount to thnt K,'t'. only thn-o
'.':" Mldlera hnve to learn to tight In the hums IT pi-rhups! nothing at nil In the Several years ago when I went into the mercantile business I made up

I trenches, und I think u good ninny of I oflU'lul di'quui tch.'um. ubd I beHldi'H. that, my'mind that a half' loaf was better than no bread at alland that many times
our young fellows hllth..t. to learn it may help! Homo of the young men
now. "Over there" they dou't talk of I who read thin to know something a when I owed heavy bills when I had a large stock of goods, I would take the

peace or even of tomorrow. '..1'Ililt little luUr ubout bombing. profit off my goods, give the customers the benefit of it, turn it into money
back and take It. The IW ) of in tlioHi-n to execute the

We always held the fire trench us raid were taken :20: villas to time rear and keep my credit from going to naught.We .

lightly as possible, because It Is' a r for a "'....k.N Instruction J'rICUCHI&v..

demonstrated, fact that the front ditch ing only u slight lieu of whut we ware have a number of farms to get our support off of and we can sell
Cannot him uccessfully defended In a )'lIat System Worked First Rat. going to try to do. w* twIt very Jolly
determined attack. The thing we did With U*. about the whole enterprise starting goods at a very small margin.

and the thing to do U to be rendy to off. We worn camped la un old burn
Jump on to the enemy us soon. us he bunch" and a couple of seconds' later .with Hi-viTiiI (",-,Instruction ofllren We are still in the LARGE BRICK STOREat: Raiford and we have go.od
trench und Is! when Rome prominent landmark of limit loxtructlon
ban got Inio your front In charge We oral
I fighting on ground that you. know nml DInklehusch would illsnti-rut| with aloud the first day while mippen dug und active young men and women to wait on you and we want to see every man,

fce doesn't ant, knock ao many kinds detonation some one clue would built an exact duplicate of the m-ctlon woman and child who wants to buy some goods and save money to come to
of tar out of him that he'll have to remark : of thu German trenches which wi- wire
pull hi* load for a spot that Isn't BOjrarm. Train's arrived !" i to raid-thnt Is, It was exact except I see us and help dispose of a large stock of goods at very low prices.

Taut system worked first rate About the only amnseriu-nt we had for u few detntli. Certain "Hkeletoa

;w1th us.During. darlnx our long stay In tlw, front trenches" In tlm. practice dertlon were
the tiny we bad! < only a very trenches wan to lilt with our tacks dug iliaply to fool the German aviators.

few men In the fire trench. If an at against the rear wall nod ..I\t at the If a photoirrnph taken bn<.k to

tack U coming In daylight there's at- rats running along tM i>uru["'t, I'oor I German headquarterB! had nhoun nn

:w sys plenty of time to get ready for Miicfurlano, with a flash of the oM i exact dupllrnto<< of n German trenrh A. D. Andrews & Son
It. At night we kept prepared. for humor whirl! he hud tvforo tin1 war ncctl'in suspicion! ral(5ht hnve beenorouseil
trouble aU the time. We hnd a night I tolJ a "ruiikli" that the tretn I li. ruts': and otir (.lanm. n-venlnd.. We

entry on each firing step, and a man were so LI,; tint he saw one of them I were constantly warned uhout the nkel-

Bitting at his feet to wutch him to see trying on hU riutnt., They u.-I l to etun trenches! and! told to remt-mfn-r

ba wasn't secretly sniped. Then we : run over our teems when VMI were that they did. nut exlit In the Gi-rmitn

tad a sentry In each "bay" of the sleeping In our dugouts, and I've sill section where we wi-r tu operate.Meannhlle Raiford Florida

trench to take messages. I them In ruvi-nnu-i Hwurrns burrnulng our iirnrtlro! ci-rtlon was! ,
Orders didn't permit the man on the I Into the thallnw graves of the dud.Mont chnnifi-d a llttjp "vi-rnl times lipruiinacrlul "

firing step or the mall watching him of the soldiers' legs are scarred ptiotinrnir'lis nhoui.d that Ui*

to leave post on any excuse whatever to the knees with bites.Jho ( emnhumn4 hud )i--i.n n i,..i ii 11 mig and

.inrlrut th Jr jwo hour "sutU": fit !l.utl I Ib oneJJJuS of vthlch. we" con titnt-! -.."10../ anuiw. uijilitiniu, to thg1r.lcti5! :
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I FRIDAY M.\RCII 8. 1918.

; PAGE EIGHT HRADnmo COUNTY TI-LEGIUPJI, ST.\RKE, FLOD.t. -,

L'sP' - - -- -----------------. C. Jones, of Starke, wai a at her home nnd the remains were

Sullie and Frances visited at Luke :Mr. 'I' business Mr. D. visitor here Monday after laid to rest in Hope cemetery Monday
I. -\r Butler last Saturday. I to -, afternoon, where a large crowd gath-
T. II. Waters is the latest victim of: v.'rut I noon. oflIutl"l..n. amid to pay their last respects. Rev
i 1- ,, the Kurd fever, having' purchased u .pl.ice I :MrF. P Summers!the ane'{ funeral Children) of 'r. L. 7. Burr, of Starke ofliciatod.

t \ Items IWW'III'Put mart. und Seobrr Stokes \\ era ir I I the'"*. ;I Mis., Sulhvnn, attended here :Monday aiternoon. laid;Many; on Keiiutiful the irrnve.floral She offerings leaves were. to

; I I County News I Laky Butler Friday night. ( Mr. U. :M. Uennctt was a busmosBviMteir mourn her departure her husband Mr
II. ( Crawford made business trip to :Starko i Monday./
r. a ] get \ A. Sullivan two sons Mr. Frank Sullivan .
I little
.. Ed DeliS anal
Mis.
- - ---- - :Mr. nnd
'--- --- | to Jacksonville last week. the Daytona\ arid Mr. Ed Sullivans,
Mr.: und Mrs. J. IJoutflagg/ visiteii eluutfhter.) <>f neur Starke, attended '
Mulberry; ;), one daughter, Mrs. E, F.Hnrdee "
Our
Interesting Facts! Gathered During the Week by i at the home of J. J. Uiuling, near I the funeral here Monday. of Sampson City. Besides
L I Regular Correspondents. I Providence, Sunday. :Mr. ( :Mr. :Mills; Batten was at the bedsideof these she leaves a host of other near
Itarney and Murray Thomas spent have his brother Sunday and ;Monday relatives to mourn her loss.
4 I several days in Jacksonville\ taking inS from Mr. J. ]0'. Batten, of! Gainesville, who The pallbearers were: Messrs S. RWoodard .
.' "'" -- _-A I. the fair und sightseeing. they;' \ was seriously. ill. K. V. I'rcvatt'nltcr Grif.

't ;its ,he. eliel.. -tak lag second priy.... { T. S. I.nngfonl( I is! on u visit to his \ Mr. L. D. Ro"-s, of Lakeside, was in fin, I II. C. Phillips, Porter Ciu.ford, J.
,: LAKE GU flEl1, . I rothers, in the lower pnrt of Alachui / / : ;
:\l. r, mini), I I', wail; until, lI..xt our Inll'l4'fondIlY.: 11. Kidell. The entire community extend -
I IMI; ', I h...II. .1 air" little' rllo..lllllpia"( county.I rose We arc sorry to report that Mrs. S. their heartfelt sympathy to the
Luke Itult! i.i i'. :\1.i iI ii j i .Mni" I ii a. in Ki.idffitd. for I Ih" cup. At I L. Icniglii had the niisfortnmto n.",,; : B. Wowlnrd is on the !sick )list this I bereaved onl'l.
Mntiele. I I. IMII! l I.. ''d. I 1-, i I I. M.I .in,I If i " .1/111' Uuiu' vs'e cungiutul.itu OUI' I DSC n line mule :Sunday'; morning.!. :\1 u l wcrlc. We hope for her speedy recovery. Curd of hanks
Miss .\ lie." .\1101.: "i, \.1 1I'un'i/ .. Mr. iind :Mrs Hot Dmvvduy) enter 1.1 "
.h In I a
i I" M:ie h iia', lJr.d a | I r nun ) \Vc wish to thank the many friends
Meitl :1 "j! :Ml,'. ,I. .i I 'I i. h.i.. ,i.. ''I ,u, S H '. '. 'in h"I'i 111"1.> iiliui! ii pursuit.' i iIII ill I lamed t the young( people of this com :''i \i II': C. Younjrhlood wu; n vmlorto who were so kind to us during the
:" child I I''ii t null "i i iteniled ".01,,I .V |i.lltV "I'11 .''l'. ,I' aa'i"Ily.I | murtityvilh I t a pound I party last ('.-i< thC Sla'e-I '" I I";III' :at .J"I.; ,! MM Ill, .. ,Mit-sin' I." ,. I DIIIIIIIS) : and' I L. AV.iim | night. Qi"slit, n c-i-ovvd was: present anal \1 , | , / Death of :\Iril.! .\. Sullivan one, iilso or the many beautiful llow11
They motoic-d r 'I'hlll} .I"\ P 'III t IIMISHCS all loportid a jolly good, tlln('. I il- ; : -
0. s i : '
: t tvvei H"df"I'.lIl"" s, Mhil" this; enI ; ( aid 1' richest
young A ICI'I' tfleemi was nst over I May s I bit I .s.j rigs' bo
.
ins ) iday :alii t i i iAlihM'S """". labbits in the New Hive ,: Hurry I'mkston' of mar Woi' thing- ,,J.I ,. \ : t 1. : :a of ,
bunting thc niifrel in
all
I iniiimunity i i when I: with a d MID a d your lime i ot 'as row
J Vi-sl-i\ lioynoldi ;.ind J.oi "evvanip', the otlir-r' e'ay' ami'" a 'relattleHiiake > .' /I 'ton, wilt here on business Monday. U I II death enUiid t I Hie homo of11': A. Suilii and trouble.
' f ann Mud Mi l.ne-y ('II'"n. ef Itull Tin1linked Kurnmn Stokes nttonck-d church at.1I I 'I u I : 1 ,, / I
j ,, t I..i' 1,11'-1'! | eight feel long. ,. ,, an :Siuid.iv; nifrhl and dv-pailrd' with I J\n.U'cw Sullivan nnd! fa mil)'.
'
I Lako Satuidi. I
l < I. | i nl.ij 'in , (Ow Unity, near Butler I) a n i i 'i
I n I bntingi* lire1, v ont a Vi'r I the of of our oldest le'-nlc'iits' t ,
.. life
: .'1 Ii, ..i,.tuiieieKrnliik I of Providenev, and annihilated I tho reptile.*. \%T hen night. 'IP' I I. '1 a j I I a one I h,nl.1 I lioenin ,
( IH'i'ensi
top Sull I i I)
:Mrs. A.
\a a.
I was the week-end KUO( ,L of Mi MS AHiII I the! '.nml i .o I cleared aviay I they" procoe'i I I Car] Brown and Fin'man Stokes! Mi, : '!! i I for, several : For Indigestion, Constipation: orBiliousness
fUllinsh"lIlth I I "
AnJr'.n., , mndc their usual to Midway Sun- ; ; !
counted I trip v -
nt tho rattles.
'd to I They '
e em but 1, able to I [it' and us
up
nnd/ KlhiITnrrison i. was
Loiii': I.evelt up' tei I 1-.. I the huluiice/ of the rattle. clay afternoon. ret 'Ii the house until last Tuesday, % nlO.lhll'l! Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
nnd, / I lonni '
I
; nnd the- button being shot olf Theslire stricken, to her bed. WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
La' was;
i Worlhington, motored over to : the kind of General )Perihinwants PROVIDENCE. .: to take. !Made
Duller I inli.y alli'i'iioon.Mr. . boys! be-on da>', :March :::1',1.,) she had a stroke I Laxative pleasant nnd
/11"1'' Duncan of Sutherland to- -go( after the kuitur.HAMPTplvL "."" paralysis. death claiming. her Sunday recommended to the public by Paris Medicine -
1r, College-, spent, the weok-eriel with his Providence. March fi.-Rain is very; \ night about nine o'clock. Co., manufacturers Laxative Bromo
L purents he-ie.. much needed, in this, community. ... :Mrs. Sullivanviis l barn July Cth, Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.
'I i Mr. I liii'vv Dukc-R, of I 'Mikes, was i ibuHiness nt. Miss :Maud Friilitk attended, thQ. fair usual IflllI.1 nnd had nlnmst reae-hed, t the age
t. visitor to our city Saturday A. McDonald: is able, to }be out in Jacksonville Thursday! and I'riday (, ; il f Revonty-iVMi Shr; had livid in The Tel.traph-the county
Mr. und ::101""A. I It.! :M. Wilson wen again after being indisposed for sovei :'oIl'V.. L. Blair and son, Tnlmage Bradford,) ri unt> fur about thirtyrightor contains all live State and National paper-
f \\.1 k.Mm.s in Luke City Tuesday, en bus!. aurs :She; WIII member of
!e' umong( those who iiUcrielcd, the State< al days this were :\ ; / forty '\
I'nir' at Jae'ksonvillc :Monday.MIXH : Li//.ie; RoWe I..nIonduy; for nell!!. Ham the :M't haaala"t' (.hiinh for several news, as well as doings of the farm
Kvelyn; llciinc-tt: was a bus!. Jacksonville to attetxl the bedside of Little :Miss! Eula Witt i ii'l' \ihitini. ; ; : ;>'e rThe fumial -orvuewore hells, ,nd home folks.

ness visitor to 'Lark] "- ;Monday.Mr. hi'r uncle-, Sydney! Smith of Pabb. her !trBn.lmolh..r.11'; '', Joiner, irAlnehua !
: nihtm Sapp, of New Iiver: wa who it henously ill in St. Luke's hos- this week. (in
.-.' in I I akc. liutl'-r Saturday.MJSH pital. Mr. L. lj'. Frnlick and! family I\n.1 : !
: : Kvelyn: Hcnnett spent( Weelncs, Capt. T. I.. Murphy anal wife, M. .1.: Miss Nita Blair attended the meetingat u QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
day with frienels at Johnstown. Green and !Mrs. V. It. Prevail were Juilforel Sunday., noon.Io1.
t :Mr. W. II. Scarborough and family; among the citizenS who visited the Misses ;Mabel and Nita lilair, Lulu : IICt..rnllon.'I: /
\vere pleimnnt: visitors tu the Fair ut state fair nt Jacksonville' this week. Joiner and Messrs. Elmer; KralukOrepw \\' House
Jacksonville' I'riday. II. S. Roebuck and Scott Swindel, Sunm: :. ,, I.j: 1 ( ;J-aiiville <'inrkmotored "" Furnishings
I ;Mr. II. Kosenburg and family lent" of I'heressa were transacting business over to Machua last Thurs- I :
Sunday in Jacksonville. here We-eincsduy. clay evening, where Miss Joiner returned Mrs.; '
Miss. Klvio; I Kowlrr, who i is. ullend, W. T. McKver.: and Mrs. Graves, of to her home there, after .sponel.ing sick,
jog( Columbia College( at Lake City Ginhivn; were shopping here Wednei. nomo time here with her sister.
t visited relatives here lust week. She Mrs.' D. C. Witt. ingMr:
win accompanied by two of her day.Iho mid-week' prayer meetings arc Mr. W. L. Summers. nnd famllj to
file-nils, Misses Nettie Mile Campbell being well nttoneled, I\n i' und 1.lIlIrnVil..on.. present each Wednesday evening, anal and Sunday. IlIrin! \
,. ;Mr. l'nrlIh'rmlln spent n few deliverssan: addrest that adds much to Dr. and Mrs.! I). C. Wilt left Monday ing :

.1, cliiys with his parents, :M r. and Mrt l the mteicst." monng for J:icK<"nvill'' 'vhcrc ;\! : '
::. Ii.! Alderman, this! week. Mr. Alder. :M. V. Smith spent a part of the they expect to spend a few d.-iys aral \\"
'I : man is ntUnding Columbia; ('olll'1 weak at Jacksonville nt the beddidu, this S attend the fair. !! '
H I Lake City I I llo was accompanied by; son, who is very ill. :Mr. and, Mrs. W. L. P.lair made n / !
A. A. I Hiirelen )business visitor trip to island last Friday afternoon.Mr. .
tWO friends<< Messrs.! :Michael and was a 11'ITIL
.> ,, :Mitchell.Miss in Jacksonville Wednoselay. ; I 1) C. Williams one of our lively well I
A Lillian Clomohtf ono of JackKonville's .r. V. Joiien is having homo oxter merchants here is in Jacksonville this :\II ,
:( JL i I t tO I"u'd a i i i.s..n. who htm Ii nil sive lopaiis made on his! store lauild.ing. week.Mi.iH. ing
charge of little Lciis Diaper I while ill, |I ; rMnu: : Knilu-k is visiting her' \ : :
", f 1'luw.1| to her" home last ;MondayMHB ;Mist Li//io Hall was shopping i iStui in, I'i"h'r.11.; u4. John Smith this! week. -
'ke \\' Mr. J. C. Ward and, family attendee
: | Ct.'ml'l'VIIH. very faithful 1111attentive ulc4al.iy.al I :\ I, I : ,
standvery ,, I :\ I II.! W.uel, : for "picaihmg (iiiiltcnd Sunday morn
r to the} little* ono." and us. ; h.ft.dnl''y .1 I I it'ii I / I ; a
:1 high i in t lie ,.estimation eif the he-r home- in :Not; 'folk, V'u., afterilci.ant n I ing.There in .';
I Irt'er! family for her valuable ser I | ), visit with her siaterlrs; : ., I. \\ nn ,'em..ll"'yVorkin ntOlustee .\ | !
VII'I'S.' ;. K.I./ WatteiM.il.HAMPTON I l.i-t Thin"d!,a ij. 'Ihe it' I i last. ; a :,
Mr and Mis.! O W. Maincs of I :; _ _ _ ... u _ ,' plenty of help', it did not take III'ing'1 .,' ( ';
Loume, wc'ie gne-Ms. of their chiblrerDr. I I Hampton, March <*>.-Marvin Raw get the cemetery in nice 'I'11l" }
I and Mrs." .1. i I';. Maines l i who iii rrii'd h-y; and family of Green/ Cove Spring'spent .S, ;Mrs. Uamond l IJoberts ". t hey :.. i
f them over tei JackMonville! :Monday: ill the week-end hole the guests! "f fair in Jacksonville Friday. and ;
I I their unto, I to visit t the* Fair.Mm. ;Mr. and :MI-H. J. Allen.Mrs. The W"mnn'i."ionary: Union met .. ,
{, K. )l.'. Rivers and baby attend ; ;Molt returne'd Saturday, froi I here at the Itaptist church last Saturday ,' 1 I
eel I the State I'nir and,} t to visit It I.. n visit ut Sumnieil'eld', whore Mi afternoon. There were only u late !
who is in the motor cycle company ofi.&r i ;Molt is employed, ns telegraph opera.S few present but had a very nice little I
Uncle Sam. Mra.: Kivcra budo\ < gooel( bye :Monilay and saw him leavi I W. K. McLnno, of Dunnrllon. spent again on Saturday afternoon before ..
P on the train with his company for I the week-end here the guest of L. A. next first Sunday, and vvouM! 1 Ie, glail ;\! : We supply your building needs---
nil the ladies. of this! community.laoth .
M for
S I lloliolu'ii I i .is. .J., on JWO""tiuJ111.1) :u mr. bu
later """II. \vhe-re in Prance" where I Rev. John ;Mullady occupied the pulpit ;young and old. to be present. <. ; everything from the roof down.
thousands. of our boys have IIlr..ft.lyon. ; at the Christian church Sunday; ] 11 ..
/Percy Kivers expi'cts to gi I n1nl'ninJnn" I ,'v.V.. T. :McGuire THERESSA :
!
later. I filled his regular appointment Sunday; !'

Murrjago services" porformoel nshoitest night.K i Thercssu, MarchA, fish fiy, was \ : .
S S 1101 i i"l', r"I/'III'III'SK, of thotKims. i K::. C. Williams is now on the depo given( ut liceklford lake, near ll'ook- S
; LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
V Charles II. 1 Register. fence filling the! vacancy cnuseel I hy; lyn, Wedne-selay. for two of I th noys .. QUIGLEY
1. Last Sunday, March :Hrd wni! the I the resignation of ;Mr. ScalY.Mrs. who expect to work for Uncle Sam ;\[ : !
birthday, anniversary of :Mrs. A. 1. .. Mary Geiger; / j is on duty again ..oon. Mr. Lonnio; Hightovver and Vr. ton, :
1. :Mann. sIte! being fiN! years of age. Avery I at the ...t"r.lft..r spending several Sidney Triest. They said, they enjoyed van ; ; Starke Florida.
large family reunion gathered days nt the State Fair.Miss the fry fine, only when they weieeating A I
i the home to spend the I clay. Her I four t M-iry: I Hall of Orange Heightswas supped Sidney Triest missed day :
't nuns, with their families, were piesent I a business visitor hero Saturday. the horses and found they had lireiken,
I I. M. T. S., L V., I"'. A. ;Mann, nail 'I ;Mrs. '1'. G.: Futch, tit Le>esburg. : i is loose and went back, home. Well, of .. ---- -
S two ..Iaull'hlt'rll111,1: families, ;Mr.l nmlMrs. the* guest ofrr'l.; A. A. Futch. course, our h""rtsllmot! faiK'il us but
I II. (O). Vnrnes, and ::1011'''. nnJ11'14.; Miss. Fannie Harvey left. :Mondnj it did not take much pcrsimdi.ig, for
1 P. A. Powell. Alm. .) 111\ grand< One of the grand-children( was absent nn "'"h'l.h''i"it with relatives here was three miles' home. They fi-ivc-il'
i also I a great-grandchild., i I An elaborate I Thai many friends of I Dr.) ;Middle-tor several gnmes anil Hume went bout "THE HALF MILLION r
arc glad to know that h,' U i home again I
L dinner vvus. served. Kverything; was S riding about 11 o'clock. They .started
I on that festive \boarel to c'nt that could and is fast r"'o'l'rinhis health.Mis.3 for home? und sentin of the boys made
t l'(' piocured this season of the year. I Kva: Williams was! shopping! in brags" nail sine! the girls. oemM not
p The \vheile putty xtavoel over I till i I I supper I S ta rka' :Monelay.I keep up with them' but ;Miss. Ruby I I
nnd again the festive hoard was Mrs .1. S. .Jones anal :Mrs. .1. W. I licnnett sinai) ;Mrs. Ellie (;iutfnrel Hind 1 1I DOLLAR MOTOR"A
spread. l Kveiy; one spent n most j I Waits. IIf 'I'h..r."u"I'n' shopping in they would show them. They walked(
pleasant. I; elay and Lit o that evening town 1'11l'.day.P.'w'y I homo in :il minutus, whilo only one
they dcpattcd,I for their irspoctivohe j I L Ilugur, II popular flagman I boy kept up with themhou they' sensible business man comparing other moderately-priced with the
of the I!. S. & I I', Railway the cars
>mes. declaring\ that they could( not spent got homo I Ruby said i it was u inan'-
remember n day that was spent! more1plonsnntly 'I'' week-end with his. parents here. job to walk from the lake and, they, Briscoe...the "Half Million Dollar Motor:"
than this \ nmlwished :\1. I L. Watterson: und, m purtv" of ,
L cm "occasion could have it next timo I -oipcviallv!I j ill
l a Tor this gm"d lad y many hap- friends motore-d to Camp ,Joseph i I':. half nn hour. It was not bard to Why doesn't every car have optional color like the Briscoe?


'S I'\' 1'111I'11of theoccasion.. Mrs. ;M.inns .1 aah must on Sum a"1uiy. I see many sleepy folks. next eluy, butthey Why doesn't every car have Connecticut system ignition?
I.: II'l'ry active-. iimbitloiis, I inly I unel I IS J. 1 II.I 1'ol lii nI mill I ;Miss. I vt'y motor t all I I report a line time 'I'ho,' who
wp hope Palher' I Time will I see t fit te> eel I to Jacksonville! i I S u nalumy. I went from Theiessa. vvt-re :\Ii's KubvHennett Why doesn't every car have the Briscoe refined finish?
S grant the I wish. W (). W Camp! No. liH I : met in e-nll Mainland: I loin ld'wl'li.: Why doesn't every car have 48 inch rear seat?
I ;Mr. J. A. lioe! >]ker, of Kaiforel hns session. Saturday evening: vvlx-n t theinitiatory ;Mesdnmes. iille: Gulfur.l.IHtt: it' Why doesn't
'S liought' out theinterest of :Mr. I 1) K.Knight elegroo( work was exemplifiedon Wuites and Alice Jones of Mmmi ; every car have full ellipitical, full floating rear springs?

; : \ in the Ti'li'i'hone. I ono lamlidate. :Messrs. Arthur liennett. Sidney Triest Why doesn't every car have auto-light, starting and lighting? I
\ communication of
regular No. 129
Last Sunday night Kev. Willie Robert King and others.
I,'. & A. M.I will he held the : Why doesn every car have thermo siphon
"1 Crews d rtvu' his auto into town and at Masonic1sull School closed! hero Frday math to system of cooling?
$a stoppeel at the Kerce: tilling station to I Friday'l'ninl!'. Kusincss of 1m.I'o.tllnl'l' the relef of the pupils. and parents forit Why doesn every car have the strong heat resisting motor like the Briscoe?
will be of.
A
dixposcd cordial
replenish his. gnsuhne. He curried I has not been u successful term doean't
( welcome! will lie all very Why every car have the good of
k ii' n lantern on the floor! of the front of given visiting for the teacher nnd pupils of the higher grade upholstery like the Briscoe?
i the car. All of n sudden the fumes lrethru.'n.Rev. Hrrados.Miss' Why doean't every car have two-unit electric l lighting and ?
.t : I.. A. Rnvvls' will fill his starting
from the gasoline cnucrht and it regular ; :Maude :McKvvpn. of T.nki-side., And last, but not least, why doesn't
S seemed for it few minutes! that the appointments. nt the liaptist church I spent last week with ;Miss Ruby lIen- every car have a dozen other things like the Bris.
Sunday morning and evening A coe, and still sell for
I' total destruclion of the machine wasinevitable cordial 'Il.tt.I a medium price?
i rushed to invitation\ is extended, to all.
Kerco
t but Mr. Those who attended the fish fry nt
the assjttance! with a tire extinguisherami I Lakeside :Misses
MilLER. Saturday were Ruby;
saved it. Every auto should carry Hennett DarnlcEw..n; Hhodn, liennett Give our force a
S an extinguisher for it was by a mere Mrs GulTord Arthur Bennett, JA- chance we
chance than the near an extinguisher Miller : ; are pre.
auto wna March fi.-This extremely Mr. Bennett, Mr. Gufford and, a number J
when the fire broke out. dry weather is causing! the farmers of others. All report a fine time _- _ pared to give you
: !Mrs. Kaymond,I Edwards and baby, some nlarm on account of not getting us there are many fishing lakes, and guaranteed service.
of Georgia visited :Mr. Virgil Kdward.s tho early planted crops up. A great :Mr. Hoover says eat fish The Theres-
nnd family last Sunday.; many have nlrendy planted nil or part We pay our men arid
.5 Mr. Wilson of Uncle Sam's of their cotton rops. "a people are very economical anal _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Ray one I to meal the
expect enjoy
boys J'nhl. visit here last week. He Klder J. H Murrell closed a ten daymeeting lake, consisting of many fish and, corn on bread. _ _ _ we want your patronage .
a for short while und nt the Church of Christ last.
has a furlough a Mr. Alva R..d.i'llnn.t! his "Road so we can
expects to visit his mother in Columbia Weejncsdnv! night Large and appreciative -.I Louse"! wore visiting at the home of continue business.
Si : county, nnd his sister, :Mrs. Hudson audiences greeted\ him nt eachumervice. :Mr. Mat Hall: Sunday.
in Pnlatkn Mr. Wilson is with lie ii. now conducting a meetIng .
!
," Quite a crowd .gathers! at the homeof Try our Supreme 1
_ _ _ _ _ _
; the Hospital Corps of the Navy for- at Midway which will close to- :Mr. Bennett to give Miss Ruby a
,* merlly stationed at Key West, but nowof night. lurprise party Thursday night.. She. oil. SPECIAL FOR
St. Augustine. Ray is. looking II. S. Miller spent !several days last .was. somewhat s5 SATURDAY
S surprised but she said AF-
fr hearty and fat, unit air agrees with week. Apopka on business. you need not he surprised at anything _____________________________
: him. Albert Miller went to Jacksonville ronnd Theressa. TERNOON: Fire
.$ iiesdayfcrr last Friday and stopped over until gallons of beat gasoline, filtered
Mr. Claude Adkin left here Mr.Albert Gufford and son and through chamois, one quart Supreme oil for
1: \ fcrr Gainesville to stand a medical examination" Tuesday taking ia the fair. Mr. Batten of Macon and Mr. Fort..rGut''ord. Remember our service. We here $1.58
are
; a on the 6th. Uncle Sam The many friends enf :Mrs.! Roland [ '! of this rll\-e. spent last week Please. later boys, to stay. Please us and we will more than
i. wants him if he comes up to the Thomas are lorry to know she U con on !Smith lake on fishing trip. you on.
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I, standard. I fined to her home. We hope for her Miss Minnie HR :In. who ha'. been What about a Brisco? "My next beau!" f
Last Friday night Mr.: U. E. Dell a speedy recovery.Mr. visiting her uncle in Pnlntka for a says the wise girl.
q ". was called to t"ha bodsiib' of his I : [ and Mrs. Quinn Tomlmson. of month, returned home Thursdav. ;
I brother, !Mr. J. W. Pell, in Mayo. We near Lake Butler, passed through I Mr. Charlie Philips is welcomed BRISCOE SALES II
1 are glad to learn that nt this tim. :Mr. 1 Sunday en route? to ,'i"itIrs.: Tomhn- I hack home after a two months vIsit!"' in & SERVICE CO.
?J Dell in a great deal better nnd we hope Kon's pur..nt.lr.. ; and :Mrs. O. V. :Miami.Whilo.
, J for him an early recovery. Brooks' of Providence.Carl I returning; home from n L ROSENBERG & MOORE
Nearly everybody anal his neighbor Wilbur :Mabel and Carriehell.e party nt Wildo Thursdav' night :Mr Props. ,
( in Lake Butler attrniU-d the State Drown attended church at Sardis Sun- .Viva I..I'.ioll"hIr.: Ken Hall MUsosHary : Starke Floridaf1
l, Fair In ..Jnck..onvillc.Ye are proud .ilay. : ;\ and Florence H.ill happened; to : (
of our old Bradford' standing high Marion Waters and sisters. Misses. in nccidont when they neared home. : -

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