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 15, 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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JEstabIished 1879. Surn.criptIon-l't'r Year. $1.:>0; Months: 75; Conts. 1'uynbU Advance.. K.: S. Matthews rililnr: and Proprietor.

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IVOLUME 39. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 15. 1918. NUMBER 37.

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':'IJD.; PADCETTkPKILLED IMR. GUNN CONGR ATULATES i LAKE BUTLER TO 'ONE HUNDRED FOI]UR MEN ORDEREDOR





i I TUESDAY : COUNTY ON SUCCESS AT FAIR HAVE THREEDAYCHADTAUQUA TO STARKE F EXAMINATION


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r' AT HIGHLAND : Voices Thanks to Those in''''MKETINC I : : (; OF corvn KXFCITIK : Next Movement to Instruction |

: l'IHDII'I'III I : :. BRADFORD WON\
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.f i Charge of the Exhibit for Camp Scheduled for 29th
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>l I in the court house ;.March 1 Ith, at caHof TROPHY BEST

| AIRLiNE ENGINE I(1 J!> (C. I p. (!unn. ('ountytent./ ) ,'chairman with the following: mein- FEATURES WILL BE STAGED
: I The citizens i i of liradford county are l titus> present: I.. II. Hill No. 1 I'; John The War I Popart, 11111:1(! ..iinnuicd I

:,\., .1'RA{ EII\i C.U'SF.P: ItV COLLISION): to I be congratulated I I on .no laurels Croft: No. ::; II.; II. \Villiams, No. :a i; 1'I I W lilt' i.icri: KI-S: AMI: l IN-: th'il MID.IIIIII" men will 1 lu ,-ill.-d i <

\J" 01III ; ATTOMOIJILK they) ha\ .' tin with, their exhibit at I' L. Colson, No. ,">; J. :M. Alvarez duty during the 11111111\,11'1' tlie,, GRAIN EXHIBITHANDSOME
WITH
the Florida State I 1'uir and Exposition: .No./ ti; J. J. Farrelly, No.1:<; J. 1.1 :M'llilMi; Ml :MC I'll.l IV present I yt'o: I. The first movement t of

| SPKEOIM: : ; LOCOMOTIVE. I and every person in the county thouldfoel Brown: No. II.; P.V. ;Moore, No. 12; mi:: coritsK.: this new army !h scheduled, ) tn t tal,,'
.': proud that this county made such I' Krnlick No.t.; 1 t.I place on :March: :2Mh! uiul selection, ,
t r' -- a splendid showing the other I Ii I: It was moved and seconded I to as- boards are now ,In-stirring I I themselves, l SILVER LOVING
I" J. P. Padgett. a well known citizen among/ I Lake Bllt I It'I', Mar.l I IM.: .There is
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| counties of Florida 0I 1 sos9 candidates! for following ollicos -- i agreat to got I their i quotas ready. Tho I Local I
: if.Luke Butler" wa instantly killed I CUP AWARDED TO COUNTY
deal I of interest 1 manifest
i 1-cing .
III connection wi the collecting :] per cent of salary : / Board of I his county is sending out
.,1 Tuesday: morning/ at Highland I twelve I]i od I I by' I the people l in t the coming a,I' the notices to I 1111( I men to . I in SturVnext -
!)) and displaying of the exhibits: especial $:i.iO! supervisor appear
1niles; north of, tlll'kc.hl'n his auto- Representatives ; lttIt'Ii tT1. (Chautaui-.ia. There I be mis 1 '
'o | will I vvi-ok for physical I exiinnnution.Tboso 1 TKormM: I It ( 111:1: H FOIL
1Jt '' .board Air Line progressive citizens. i| .$1; school board :$2: ; justice program i-xiiniinalions' t" will I I begin on S.'KMlti: I: t ON: 1I111111111: I I : AT"
:!! railway. The Quigley Lumber Co. Messrs.' / I the three. days, :March I!'lh, I ll'th( Tuesday s :March l I I''lh.\ and I V'MI j l ,'''nll't ,-
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C'.1The accident occurred at tho public : of pence $2: ; constable, $2.: :JOth i tliey remain hero.In II \\1\: OK STAUUK."United .
.\. K. ue through Thll..dI1111': '''' 21 st. Orders -
0 Moitt and R. S. Powell ably I I balance, on
very Treasurer reported a
road crossing a few feet south of the /
addition tti all t the other lecturestlitre .
t ha,, boon issued to I the! following -
assisted Col. C. L. Peek in preparing ordered that
of ; It was
IInilway station nt Highland and the3.flgine hand $77.03.
: will I I In domonstralion lecturebearing
was not brought to a stop un- nn exhibit of woods grown in Bradford I the members of committee be paid $1 t the authorized a message! of thc i mentioned.".lInllI1l'n I I to appear on t he days: :States; Trust and Sit vinge

'gti1: it had gone :2-: .; yards beyond tho county and have the sincere per day and mileage.I / Food Administration I "Mobilizing: I till'IIIl'ri'ulI I UaiiU: trophy for tho I best and most
j4erossing.r The engine was running asIan thanks of the committee in charge of'>! It wus ordered that u certified copyI ..\ l Kitchens t to I Help I Win tin' Tu..IIIIr'h, : lMl! II.lii xarit'd r.xlnhit of Florida grown

', "extra" from Waldo to Fornan-1 thc booth. I I''of these minutes be tiled with the clerk War;" 1111'u' demonstration lecturi' William Martin Oliver, "1'11'1111.' "
I
7jdina and was making fast time in 01'der W. .\. (DuboscSon, of Starke and l of circuit court. by u I Ilcd. Cross nurse., hearing the authnrixril lli; hh:1I11: Jlut 1.1'. Sui-l i IH (Ih,' i iimciipllon i of a luindWMIII' I-
; .1. II. Scarborough/ of Lake ButlerI I I :Moved and seconded! to adjourn and :M-' Wesley Wilkinson Si IVs'r
the
,I to pass southbound pasieng'r'train I, ; messiigo of the Amcriciu. I loving cup l I'a rite' off by,
at Baldwin. It is reported that I diil, their county great credit, with the carricil I. lied Cross, "T hi' Prevention of I Pisease :.,">- .II-HSO, I Holmes Sullivan.Mi I liriidford: I I county at t the Florida titLe

,:..a comparison of the time the engine display of home /grown and l homo milled | .JOItN CiOFT nn a Patriotic. I Puty." 'i l Kichard 1 Ili-iijainin i : ,inn. I air" which close! at .la.'ksonvillo last

,'passed Lawtey with the time it arriv- I grain and feed products. This dis- I (Chairman. ,, Oniof th,. attractions will I be Il I KHI' Tale I Powell I pennmrk. Saturday muht: nl'Ier II most succeHHful -

\4d at Highland; shows that it made the I'I play attracted wide attention and the< LOL'IS II. HILL.Secreturv lecturer i piyj-cuting "'1hi.' Story of I hiHod 1 1li-; Snniiiel Jackson. rim of twelve days. I Until (' "11\-

,Intervening live miles in four minutes. county representative is very grate-1 I and Treasurer. I (Cro < i in 1 Peace and XVii r." I I-.I.'t! --.ludin .Install. Will",!. ty Agent C. |H. (; ann plaooil: t the trophy

;2 t** Just before the crossing nt High-I I I oral ful I to these gentlemen for their IIh- i --- --- -. - . _._ I o Tliori- will I I I bo splendid' music fur 1 77-tit-orgo; Wallace :Slinllnr.1H :; on ijiKplny 'at Ijie I Hunk of I Stnrko :Moniliiy -

\J/.land/ i reached" there, is a very heavy assistance. JAS. K. THROWER iii-lie\ | l Io,\' I the two concert, companies. I :" --;Morgan t 1 Kiley:i Kersey. morning/ no one" hero' knew that
of -and. The girls and ladies of the county' II2-!): ;Mi". ... I Mradford:
'ttretch Automobile drivers I tin* ( Cadinnn. and the Andnno amly Virgil Puarcc. had uon t this ,huietiii't' ion iniiiidition
added l much to the attractiveness. of
\ .ave mon" ,or less difficulty in ncgoti'i the Sain I n'llollo.I accordion I.iuig. These :2lPi.Iu.il, 1 B. (;Jnllls. i t to receiving i a pt h.u of $::11I11
. .tmg: this -stretch and it is SUPIOSelItLthat booth by their liberal contributionof with( the other, attractions t of rendingtc. s :2 111--!/ Samuel Thomas. foi (Ihl' socoint best general I oxhibit.i

\ \lr. Padgett's attention was so canned products and! to them welire 0' I ., ninUe up a program that will hiI :aril! t Calvin I Itrinkloy I Hnyos.2.r 'I 11.(. silver i I trophy is \rm' ha ii,l.-totn.)

t<... !\.nA'lIgcd with the handling of his maEshine largely indebted for the prize won. I i both ciliicntional, and entertaining, aol, : >M Harryhito.. u mi i is attracting) general;I attention.t t t
tl will be
, ; that he did ty notice the ap- not possihlo' to lhan e u-h the people'" o I' liradford. county xhouli :'ItlHAdiim( , ( Sii i.ii.u 'I"'. c Ciiiiii I also I'r.utig" / bt back l ( he check

o roach of the. ,'ngin,,, Tin-re is also a5J.Iong who contributor assisted indivudually has but, every one .take l1h, ii lit ng' of this i wonderful op ::11 u I !I-- Th"nlll" .1. I Poppell. u'''r $:twt) ) Mini i il t is I likewise on ,exhibi i
the sincere thanksof
'/>' stretch of cord, wood stacked I o portuiiity' not only as a mutter of :'Hill--Noah;\ I I..tvui'.I. tion al I Ih,' Batik of Starke. ( Citizen:
the
4.a1ong the track just at ths point and the exhibit.county agent for the .success "I'I (uI'i ,imal I pleasure and profit .but IIM a :
twit. is possible that this cut off his view I Kspocial: t thanks should, I lie extendedto p.t".tl| I it' dUI y. .:li)8.I:! I liI.i .y Smith I Wasdon. I nt('test h in our MIICIVHM at t the fair i and I

of the engine. the Bradford: Fair ; (Following. is the program for the lt!\1-* IJiince .Andrews .1 u'. ninny are I pledging: t their help to initkiiup
\ f.: Persons at the station saw tho onrushing County Association t time ..inYII.Ial''h; \iHth, l ltith!> :oth: .IH2Itichanl! I :Marvin i t Mosoloy, mi exhibit for I ho no\t fair thaL
.
F.1.: Rivers L.
.if : engine and saw :Mr. Padgett/ :Matthews, L.1. W.C. Peek, 1C.: S 1 Opening, i I P.iy-.Mli-rnoon I 1 li7-! Tliomas. Kdvvard: Moore. will I I easily i I t tll1-.,' Ii r..t 'Ii''"UI':<.

''I Uriving toward, the track but they and KicKhter, forthiir 1hA1 Tl-f) ( Milman i Concert t 'oliipnuiyuI Mil I Owen( t'. Wmgalo.UrdncMl.iy. Tintlniti, I I t >,d I StiiloH I Trust mid I Huvi -
assistance in collecting and di
"' thought" ho would stop before reaching: playing the county \hilnt.,, / I Ih', \\' T. S. ('iilp l.irt tire :.March 20lh.Ii77 i 1,11. -: Bunk which i in one of .11I<,k..on-

; .e crossing. Then almost instantly Tho oxhildt, of home cured meat "Wake I Up uiis'ii'ii., (; ..li"siSowell.. ville'K Mubstiintinl fiiinr.oial I institiition.H -

I'/iF-.ey saw the engine. telescope the, au'totnobile contributed' I I by J.V.. Town.-oml oi :'.igui i I iso! 'I'll suubias K.: .Johnson.M U I being: voui" ,'I I".nt'd u very

,'I' and half carrying, hulf dragt1aing Lake Butler, was favorably commented I Pi i \\'. '1'. S. I Culp l.t'i't ui-I, <;, :{ John (:iriflls.W.r highly for, it'i onti'i-prise in offering
smaler, machine theltat1on t the
the Some of them think speed by upon) by all I visitors ut the, I booth. fht. (Call I I of I "lomoeracy." ,; > u P.' (O.) McUae.HUH hiindiiiine. trophy won by Ida I

they of' saw the :Mr., Townsond has tl1<' deep approciat : .s cond I P.iy-:Morning : Olson' Spa rk man Thoin.m.Iil2 : tdunty.MIII . ,
? JAr. Padgett clinging to one t: of the booth his kL; .1 I 1..I1..l1hll'lltiun. lecture by export bearing : t 'itil toi ( Irillls.Cill -- -
'.V4 jttnys in the top of his automobile in < n managers for \ I i : .\I"'OI'li: 1'-/1:: 'K\Sllllim:
the authori/.ed I of UKFouil ; u .\ llhlll'1.
t : .
display of meat and I niossago Sapp.
; i'n: ahlln l'lf from the pecans. II.OKIKV) ( ll-olt'j'hI::\ ,
effort to im- I.Et0Lll; ( ;
All who contributed pecans helped .\,ii lIninistl'lItlOl1Iohilizinlot i : ; I liSliiKrnosl;! I: :\uit'K iuuiut.y
'pending doom. On beyond thc station make for American Kitchens to I Help Win i the 'itm-! Martin :Matllu-ws
: a name their county and Brown. I In its issue
ot'IIIr'h;\
; omo 200! yards the engine was ; Wiir. lollt-II"f1! I Hill.I
,;A brought to a !standstill but in the i ninny prospective pocun growers inquired Huullivrn," lliu publicalion i issued
Afternoon I 705): t
into the t -William leir.-ird I
possibilities of that Conwav.
' meantime Mr. Piidget had fallen to weekly I by I lie Klinlentx' of SOIlI t h'rll
/ The in "HsmoraM..: 7119-()! Ri cliii
industry in Bradford Spraguoa i'i i King.; '
the center of the truck and his! life county. :( i College, :Suthelliiiid; (hifollow\
: gave
i;
Accordion I:
Sam '
1 lie smoked contributed! llcllino. King.Domestic 71'I--Trilby (Ci iriiiu..
sausage/ by' InK of ,
t account lu
I
boon crushed out. His t of
lad body was appointment I :.Mr.l .
I ) Science : .Lecture 71
Kxpert IFrank St
S. T.
]I\ iismembcrod, and I bruUed beyond rcc'ognilion. Powling, of Kaiford brought "I'U. l "I'nt I'x: I PoinosfiiKllicioncy. l
lidtism in /
deep: moans from the many city asll hirss&'tI 715JoHiph! !Kiihrium:: S'i lliams. \V .While. of Ibis city,
as trualsuirer of
;; 'vol I I : ." 717 I James I Fj/.io;I II
flll'ln"r'i"itll"s.. Keene.
.J'fl./i., Dr. 0.V.. Drown of I.awtey, was as Bradford. .. County !boy "hu1 rorvingvi thoo'lnllI"/ Kpwottli:: t I.eiigue:
1
:: 71-John I
\ight !) ,
-ili!'ollowing Mr. ljadirott closely: and was I he sugar (can syrup cone sugar\ I ith I Ihe Ironns statione-1 at Camp .,:! :I Fraiiklyn. S nut It. I 1I1I1'illu I lie .nilsl' I week I l'rnulili I .ii> l.r.
,this side, within, a few minutes stfterthe and honey niaili,* 11.splendid i display/ and Cordon;;-': Atlanta; Ca. The (hnutauquu I Pirector Lecture' (_oiinur. I Kennedy.7li ; field "KVIIMS: nf, f the l-'lnriil.i; ;' 'I''pworfli: ';

.' accident: but life was entirely extinrt. runny, were sin prised that such p..oduds "The Call I I lo I Iho ('..lotte." 7'J.:! I, Lawrence (;rae'n League, appointed" / n musty t IreasuriT for
(
.. came from a Florida county. ''STAKKK IS ..u'nn1'1'1: : ': < IIAM1'io.Nsiiir. : Sam licllino I Accordion 1 King.i Clinrlie Bloodsworth. t Hint orgnni/alion I having t selected I a
72!
: !) KeiMick/ I
: The body was placed aboard the Thc sweet potatoes, I Irish potatoes, The Spruguos' in "Hi"'lIn Winkle. .- Barnum Thomas.7.MO I HoulIIITII C'ollege student, ;\J I r. Ccorgo
., ;Southbound passenger train and corn and Sea Island cotton were a ( ;; : 'I 1 bird' l )a> -:Mornine. : ('hnl'l..ut I Banks.7.'I2 C'. White. lo (ill th,' vacancy left by

":' brought to Stui kc, where it was turned revelation to people of Klorida as well I Demonstration. I Lecture by a Ked" ,I Cross : : William I I Wallace I Brown. tho "roHJicnation ofII': Angus Wii-
}, ( By{ (Jilbeit Freciuun in Tampa Tribune. 7.'l:) I- Rot( uert Reynolds
.1 Nurse the authorized I Cooper.
> over to Undertaker! P.) C. Jonosfcy UHI surprise to outside visitors. bearing" message I ut ins, of 'liu in juit.
officials of the railroad with in- The hay and grain exhibit ami display I .) of tho Amerii'iin. Rid Cross: 7I.'I:! Aillitir I l'illllllOI11.7'1Il.l1lhl'I' This inakeM, t the thin i ] person ritlior
t of such made favorable impression I In n telegram to the sporting editor I "'Iho 1 Prevention of I Pisense as a I I Pixon) III .'. ii. elected I
tr\lctionh that it bo prepared for burJfal a or appointed, to till I I t thin ".osi-
of The 'Iribune, the :Starke:; I High 1 717 Jmii'-i' Pel. ).
I and delivered to the family at Lake and were the meals of winr.njr I Palmitic i i Puty. ifion t for I the year. :\1 r. !Jo'. I M.: Hollii,
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Sihoid; !basketball! team is out with a 7.VI PIII-K
.
utler. a hnnd'omo silver cup offered by :: .Arii'riHion.i Webstor '.lbnson.7.ri "I of I I Cm-low was olccteii I lit the session

..... The automobile in which \lr. I'adgett tie, U. .>. Trust and Savings Bank of claim for the state championship', j.t- i Aniloncgui, I Concert Company! and :* Otii u Elliot; I I Lelicii.: of the Hlalo urgnnixntion; here List
I. to I 7iilJim;I
ltullsIoroughsoutlit
was riding a now Overland, was Jack.'onville.The I.suing a defy | (ieneviove Fri//oll Header.: Fleming. ;May l hut ho was compelled; to resign
and entirely forgetting the existence 7 complete wreck. The engine had photographs so cheerfully fur- 'Th,' Ked. Cross I Lecturer" presenting when lie enlisted/ for army work. \uIr.
of such of tossers iu ; ; /
;
aggregation Johnny (iivcn.s.77Ji .
'.o completely telescoped it that it was i niih, d by Hoover Bros., of Starko) that which an made- Winter Haven 11 ighewonderful I "The Story of thu !Hod I Cross in ;- John/ Jones. Williams i WIIN I then III''UllOt'd.Vith/ I Iho
found necessary to chain the car to inlijcd, much! to the attractiveness of I Peace and l \\'ar." hop tluit In- would notu\ called Into
I this 7KI -1
\ the railway track and I back the engine the boo'h nnd, helped to present facts record season. Sturko I :Night Marry I I7Hi I'kllton. ucrvioo before h,. cont.lclod| hit
Secretary 1". A. Canova of the :!-- (chin I liu! loster.
,; out of it. about the county that could not other- High :School Athletic Association, wired I Tho ( Chnutnutiia| I Pirector - Lecture 7 li--KaloiKh; I I PenniHon.7HH ) term of olliei. I His I recent resignation
;V The body of Mr. Padgett was di'liv- wise he brought out. i o 1'ololws "When the- Boys Come Home," or "Our Arthur Anderson. to Join the colors madeiii" >cu, : -
.red to his family at Luke Butler . us I UI'JlOilllrlU."t of another t r'n
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: .Tuesday night and the funeral wad 10l''Ii: IMJAPIonn I COFNTVMK.N ( : i "The fctarko. High) :School:; basketball I The Andoneguu Concert Company! andfionev ) JamoH- Henry Smifli.7Ifi choice of" t the i president' of the league:
Eddie;
Kiuh Thomas.
II' afternoon. team claims the chainpion.sliip of the I having i fixed Mr. 'Vhit i ,..
held Wednesday : :: LKFT FOU THIC l CAMP icve. I'Vi//.ell in grand closing 7Uf! i John I I.. upon .
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Th deceased had been a citizen of state, having lost !but one game out I I concert.Season. ) Thlirpen.HOD Mr. '\'hute- is olio <>f the younger .

'. Lake Butler about ten years, having I Twenty-six more Dra'Koril county uf nine this )being, : to Puvul. Puvul : ::': tieet.-! good for all performances Jess.- lraruklynVlllinnts.. students t I in .Southern (College, |I.llt tin

hiovcd there from South Carolina. He young men left Tuesday mOl'Oinfor/ has bet-n defeated twice by, St. Augustine .\
\ .was engaged in the cross-tie hUNi 11I ('-" the training camp at Columbia S. C. : and we have. also defeated St. I Ticket M fur single/ performances., Jesse ThomiiK. enviable' reputation' in college activities -

Y'and was well known an.I highly os- It had, been planned to give nn entertainment Augustii c twa . Also Tampa won Adults. ,>(tf.\; Children, :li.'ic.! HU7 Thonins, Carter Cbastain. I i in I ii.. short t time i lie hn been lio.m

I 'teemed throughout this section of for, them at the Kowand from Dutnl J'i-iduy night and this C. l U.: I ield :S -rr(-tiiry IIl.liH'r.dd.. kill|(( Cry C '; I AH assistant miiniigir" of The Southern -

Florida. Of ,immediate relatives he is Theature Monday: evening, but a breakdown eliminate. Puval from all claims to dress. I Jlr.II.HI.It.llnnil'l ho hUH done. excellent work fop

Survived by hi- wife a s-on. I I'rof' Sydney ut the electric plant prevented the championship.: We challenge I II I ills- I Wyatt t A. Taylor All-South FieldS.ini.i'v Hl.'i I: Thomas Irvin peklo.Klii the college !publication i I and hi) will i

Padg' tt. ;a ,member of the Lake the currying out of tho arrangement.The Ijorough. for a series ot'game... to .;I't- "f the'ihiMiMii. ,, F.ndcuvor: I :-. l.onzo Crawford.XIH bring to his new diiliiM In the Fpworlli;

"" Butler high school faculty; a ',brother MUud| loft on the ."> o'clock train tI, the championship."Our orirani/'itiun" ; , was in L.iki! llutler on I Christopher, Williams.XI I League Oie same energy a n.h fit i Lh tul-
Robert> Padgett of Jacksonville- sister Tuesday morning and was! composed record f follows: Ktarke. la.t SUT'" day and delivered an address. I I !l Thumu.Iit'h..II.: lions, I that I hn > mode, bin work elsewhereMO

Mt. Leon Hodges, of Greenwood, of the following named young men : Lawtey !3< : Starku Iii.! Citrus Hi: Stark to the \oiing peonle of the Christian. H22! I LeeKeith." acceptable.KIII .
I ,i., Flu. C'. F. :Moore Lulu. I 0 :J7, :St.:; : Augustine: :;; Starke :ai;, Ocala chit hlr. HUM: ) Israel Porter. .
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t .- Oren K.: fre! ..n, Starko. 11 ; .Starke 1t: Puval .|::1 t; Sturke :L'."., .\ T.iylor is from t Coluaibin; S.' ('., Mil.'i-:!:! Eddie: Austin Starling.MI i : cuoss CAMIAKJ.N'I'OSTroMii ; : -
I-MORI: cANPiiiATKs: ) : TO TICK Fred Guy Jones, Sturko. Augustine' :JO; Starku IH, I Puval but ho travels over the entire South : |ISt.. Marks Kobinnon.8tH : roic A i'iu: \\ KKKSIn : :

: r'ico)NT. Barnus K.; Newsom. Starke. .17; Starko BI)i, Lake City 12; Sturko and hi talk wan full of tnt< "sting information : ( 'hll rli,' Martin. J

Sidney K.: Trioat Th >rensa. 27, Luke City ID." concerning the Christian 811 I I -( 'arln" C. fiordon.HTt order" not detract! even slight
,The Tclegrjnh's announcement rolJumn Newton Strickland Sturke. "h"thuut Winter Haven? I Kndenvor: work in the, S"lIth111.1, especially ..I..hn1.: I. I Underhill. I I ly "from I the f..rh""lI\i_ iug I Liberty I Loan
of The Stark outfit has I In- Hit I I (;, I Hiirrell campaign, tI ha'Vitr (Counc-l I of the
,' )fltitifl- the cards four new Isaac Blake: (anton Starke. a record to in h"lorihisl hs Kuth: Cuflln 'nrj\\ Peorce.Kflo .
\ (candidates this week. Arthur H. Williams Starke. proud of and of that there i is no doubt, of Johnstown, acting, president of thu Kichiird, :McCill.Hfi.V tho American I Jed Cross h.i.i. 11""tpe"u.t I

pfcMr. .1. C. McRae, ut PI'I.s.mt n mom's -I John II. McNeil. Pukes.Kugcnc but it can not make championships, : by state; f Christian Endeavor: ( UnIOn. was -Kobert( IleSue.K59 campaign, to raise the HIond war -
\. ber of the county school board nr.maynces :- : firifli" Starke. ('hall'nIIJII.'lid' especially so in this also present at the rally Sunday uvon- !! --Thormis: ixon.H1a relief fund\ of $1 I n")1)) ) '> ) to tho week

that he is n candidate for I"'-- William :Mack Norman, Starke. instance, when it overlooks the fact i : Barney Eldon: Thomas of May :i0th! fi-i.m the week of :May

p r s ....election.J fuy! Chester Cady Starke. that the question is a three-cornered! mg.In the past two and a half years H7 I Alfonso .I<>nell.H7fi (1th; at wai originally' intended it wananonunced

I .4tA\ number of prominent citizens who Francis LinaniK-l; Beville Graham. one, in which Winter Haven has oven there ruivc been organised: under a -Klishu: Taylor. in Wanhinglnri today.,

I'ftake an active interest in j ublic af- Bay Newsom Starke. a larger corner than Starke. The Polk campaign ",'inl( waged throughout the H7 \--.\ II Ic Floyd Pe.-lo Thin Itf"I action l fixes the dale of th,' econil -

-4fiis, announce Mr. L. C. Powell as: a Kugene: K.: Shallar, Lake Butler. county boys! have teen playing since South nearly! two thousand] now Kndoavor : )8X1 William/ Pnniet Hunt.K)0 tnonthn after Cross campaign eleven
jcandidate for member of till schnil 1:1I"hW.: Wilkinson Supp. early in the season and have defeated sAt-ictfes' with nearly a hun- !) -Walter Bryant. the first, which WiltHtllrh.,1
board.. and ask the voters to support C'nlvm (i. Crewa Brooker. everything t they have gone up against ; dr..tI thousand membem added and of )H(9 t.-Hutson I Keith.HH.1 on, June I 18 t, |11117.) TheV r
Council
I hail been
I .111m on the ground that ho is a sueceuful Alex A. Ott, Lawtey. except the Terriers anti they have an t this number' nbout n hundred and fifty ! --llrnz/cl I Joneu Clemo nil. di-nt Wilson appointed by I'resi-

if man of affairs and very much John II. Starling! Green Cove. even break with the local iiuintct.nilliborough new societies are in Florida alone.The !"ijt: -Silas John the I only the weeks prior to
of
"'-Interested in the progress cf oyr puby Tames T. :Moody, Sapp. I has a much better record I Kndcnvor: organization; i 14 seeing wonderful !91!)-Ben! I'hi-nians.! that beginning its fir.t this campaign, HO
lie schooj system. Elijah N. Coleman Starke. I than Starke, in that it has played new life in pixie.Tho > ti'M --(Jus 1'innio.' great task wan to !provldurnearii '

',, Jesse Thomas a well known citi/.on Randolph Addition. Lawtey. I almost twice as many games and, I| Kmloavorfr; of Florida will hold !1)23l'rauneis:! (Canova Jr. for carrying' on relief work

1iving two miles east of Starke, announces Zenas /irl GrilTis; Starke. Winter Haven has a record every bit their jinniml stitte' nvention' I in Tampa !II 2l.-Brooks Kvuns; Sturlin;:. during the war on u stale e-pmrnon-
surnte with
his candidacy for commissioner Nathan E. Baxter Brooker. o nos good\ as the Red and Black HO un- April IX-2I and a host, of young !11 2o-James Ella: Sullivan. the mililury: uperationi.!
of the Starke district. Before Willie! I. Puhose I Kaiford. less there is a three-cornered serial people will attend.! Laki Butler, 7-1'I"e; WE'IIK. More than :100.ll)0( ) ) )() win contributed .

moving; to the Starke section Mr. I John Henry Harris Lulu. there can be no ch'hr piunHhip in scholastic Starke and, Johnstown will all he rep !U2'J! !!-Cunid: Idimilton.UiO in renponse to the ;il. ..t cull for

..... _" a. ..a n ..HI..n- n'. rlAV- 'euntjand Chas. M. Underhill! of. Stark., who basketball in Morida thIs! sea resentedJrield. ._ u. ..!..:..!."--William....-.,.- ..C..--.-Wootcn.- .inLerg.Mt financial.. I.rno..ht..aid. ....and... .h.contributions,.. *.. '.......ttirtet.ijrivs'up ..n_).>lu4...
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of rur- son. ( : 'WInans.
"' term as a wa! to have gone with this squad Hecretary luyior will tie n from the :
the board in that county. He is a nished a physician's certificate show. We will delight to nee a thrercornfrcd -I I speaker at the quarterly convention of 11'1- James A. Robinson.STAKKK I Of this to :$105,09J.J37: :

good citizen and no one will cloutt lag that he was not physically able tt round-robin between the throe the Chrntian, churches of Bradford: I funded! amount $17.fJO'i.I:41: wit- re!
i is of seriou* teams! arranged each quintet playing I.nke Butler! March : : Hln' to Red Cross (Chapter for local
that he will do his! best to conserve travel. His illness not a county in .10-31. SCOUTS Will WAIDO .- relief
the interests of the county if he I if nature however and he will probablygo the other two games one at home and S-rie'te. Accidents.. lllfill. 721: ,!el 9 has work.been, Of the balance, $77-

elected. forward in a few days. one abroad the team with the best Saturday night( east, J. I). Crawford I o''n 'balance of appropriated: leaving

George C. Livingston a well known The Briscoe Sales and Service Company percentage of games won being declared and family of Blair section were returning The Starke Floy Scout basketball $11J.Sil.11IlvailIlLIII\: \
rhpriatiriri. Franco
''-and popular citizen of Starke: announces o Roscrberg & Moore. proprietors the champion. Whether such a from church when their mule team defeated Waldo high school team has rceive.iLipropriitticuns

his candidacy for County i (gave their cars over for trans series is possible though i i.* the big in some way became frightened( running last Friday at Waldo to tho amounting to more
tune of than $3I,5ufJi)5):; ) ( )(). I During the weekpre..III1
Commissioner. There i is no doubt that porting the selected men to the ta- question. Coach PeWolf ha* already away und throwing the entire o to 7. 21//

' o this i* a case of the office ...--king theM I tion. expressed himself as opposed to any family from the wUj'on..lrH.\ :. Crawford 1: The features of the game were the conducted it Christmas membership the drive Hod which Cross
\ Mr. Livingston series, hut it i' believed wnthe, most unfortunate having I
; an. Those who know postseason goal shooting of'all., center, and, re.lIlt...' in the cnr-illtm-nt of
know that he is not hunting trouble practically all his life anti is a man of that the Uuvc-nitf-s will agree to suchan her face :nd nose badly lacerated. Kiokliter guard of Stark who approInuiitt'iy -
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( HicurIN :JJ.OOn.Min: ) members. This
Tt I but wh. n a delegation;: of prominent 'nri..1 business experience. He ii not affair an-l apparently' "tOkC' wl!! Mr. Crawford escaped! uninjured except | four goals each. Tomlinson, also of- wait followed last new month
citizens -ailed on him Thursday actively engraved; in business at Oi i< though sO far they have ignored Win- his hand] being badly burned by Starko, was very fast :Millican conducted the junior by a campaign

morning to urge him to become a can time and those who are urging his ter Haven'H ( !aim. They may t.., :able! the new r.pe lines which ho heM so : thu ollround star for Walt! J. was of the' ttod by Crusu which membership
resulted
didate he co-'nted to do so and Split candidacy" feel that he win give;: liberally to induce Hillsboroucrh: to enter and tightly, thinking he might bring the I ----. .-.. -.--- | in the enrollment in the collateral-
'relellrr ph. of his time the of if they will there should be I I I Patronize
s Id. ,.nnoun -mont to the to dUharg: a merry j your home mtrchant and "riraniyiition' of practically nil of tho
Mr. Livingston has lived in StarKe the duties of the office. ;IC !scrap for tho title. I ( Continued on P.iuo 1., hulf business in your town. -chool" c hull, ..'" i in A"It.iell.o .






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-----duels--and raiding, operations I vices wore conducted by her pastor,
!live artillery r .
are I'ontinuinl.on\ isolated 1 secloi ,- I Rev. Law who WHS mmh im|>re'ssitil l i
'-. The Australians again have turned : l hy the words of devotion I and : I Jj out !suceii- fnl,, raids into German I mm her m,.ighl"i>rs ami fiiimlTmlv I
Summary of the War trim" 'henortheast' uf :Ml-ssines. In I, a .good name' imeiie to In" 'I'mil II I
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th.in i I
I.in'i'nun'' tinI I I. i"c'in h mar :Monecl put / gic.ili .
deivvn, I elfieti.el.v, -tinhg' German; ut- I After the' '-i-M"in-- thi I Jdy vv.e-" I lad .
\' --- I I ti-mit" | t ut a fia.s; influ. ling he-uvy lose l to .ie' Lake11 I 1I".t"I." i \ .
; i I'riday : of the ground thij' iiiigm.ill.v lu'l'l on the- nc'tnv.'. In addition to u continuation thin- to await the mm"mug "I' ''h<'
On the Ami"man (lout" noi thwe"st of of artillery duels along : re'surreilion to an endless lifu "I happinCSS. -

,.., ; Struck UUKl I dined to halt their advance when largely through the vigilance; and the I I I iir-rinl" activity daily In fights; in the I Oh! I will miss her, how we nil miss

terms were agreed, to, and have promptness to open (ire of an American air ;Monday the Italians brought down I her lIurely.I .
peace theAmerican nusbund anJ c-hileht! n
An attempt to attack I May her dear
southwest hentry. five hostile planes.The
Jamburg 08 j miles !
f retaken ,
\ i of liquid lire I her example. And ma>
of IVtrogriid.Jamburg lines by means liritish troops in Palestine fire truly profit by t
ii'. \ ; is a railway junction ont was broken up by an American )patrol giving the Turks no rest. Again they God comfort them in their l>croavo- .
I r the Cicrmnns lleeingand, dropping four forward their lines northwest ment.
\ I the l.uga river, and after peace t'rmli'I' have driven
'I, had been settled I. the GerrnanH moved lof their (lame! )projectors, which Literwere : of Jerusalem. We miss the bright eyes of our\ Delgh.bor
out gatherud in by the Americantroops. Numerous casualties were inflicted ,
//fA 1 there from Larva to straighten
I their line southward toward I'skov. on the Ottoman troops and several And the sweet rosy lips that so oft

(' ; Differences between Knsign Krylcnko I'oriH has! again\ had n visitation machine? guns were captured. on uw smiled.Slp ,
commander of the bolshoviki ar.micB from Ge-rmun air raiders, whose !tiomlm Monday night's air raid over Pans 'p on, my sweet, ore so early pone;
t am! the ,, oplc'K commissioners caused some damugu and loss of life... wa- themofct disastrous in point of To earth a wife line! mother in lost,
I nro reported to have led to the resignation Berlin declared the raid was in reprisal casualties, the Germans have, yet carried to heaven n cherub born.
'. of Krylenko who" recently had for French raids l'eLruarr.HI out there. Thirty-four persons
I all m'unllllt 'Irevos and other German cities. were killed and seventy-nine injuradby Our dear one hath cone 1'rfouTo -,
urged the )Kussmns: to use on .
;ierman air attach and its suburbs and irrvit UH on the liIi"st'Lsh'r\ ,'. i
the-ir command to resist the centralpowers. The last previoun ( liomhs in' Paris ir
r. on I'uris January' Ml caused forty sixty-six other persons were suffocated We trust our loss will be her g.iiri, t
i hers have bee-n reports from time nine deaths and the wounding of 1UCpersons. in the metropolitan railway tube, And that with Christ she'sgone- to r
to time' that either I.enine' or Trots/.ky I where the-y had fled to escape the mil! icign. iI
or both would I resign.. Krylenko'n action ;Monday siles. Some sixty hostile machines
j suprise. carried out tlv attack nnd! four of (!',me fnim! he' horn: but no* fi.im our
was a of War Uaker, the drst
\ News of the capture of Kiev is cle-.1n Seiretary officer\ to visit, Ku- them were brought\ down by the heartsWe.ep I
l'd in IVtrogiiul. It is said to be A me i"lean cabinet theUnidil I French, lie-rim savs tho mid was madeas nut, deal ones. she1 i 1-. "i' t m i I IInit ,
tope in an oflieial mpncity MIICC of htuttgait i oiil\ a.I"I' in .Ii." n
whoraptured for theliejinbing -
still in the- hands of the bolsheviki, a reprisal "
Stales entfrid' the war is now I :Mi-. 1i. II. 1 lii: ,,i'i t
than month and cither\ I German towns I II
it inoie" t n agofrom I1'ranee' for 'onfi'rence-s with Genera : t
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: the Ukr.uneaii imla, who made of the I German nirc'iafl ntt.irkc'd tinmU\ -
I'eishing and an inspection I
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jieiu'i' with t the Teuton people.News Ame-nuin! troops\ and the, position" Nhir,> cemut of England: \ Tuesday night SPENT OVER
The situation illilt..rin: apparent" / !)'
ol the capture of Kie-v was rereived they occupy" on tho front between Sols. I<
about the same timeit was is elaily growing\ more se-rieius.) At y..tthn
stiiteil that liussia and Germany: had HUMS and. AlKiice. Japanese gove-rnmcnt has renc'hedno
but The secretary's mission, is purely; decision regarding whether J.-epi- :
agreed on peaceterms, no report i BUT DID
lias yet been roe'e'ived of developments.The military und has no diplomatic .signif. ni'sc troops are to be- sent to :Sibi'; ria.ai'cordmg $300 ,
icance.Imieuse. announcement made, '
Finnish gove'rnmc-nt\ apparentlyhas to an
lIu"mitl,1 to the (ieiman lei'ins in ,dnctivitv epe.. idly in thiartilkiy by Premier Terauchi. I'I I II
order to gain military aid agUM-t the on the vve-U'in front has not In the meantime the llolshcviki i forces NOT GET BETTER I
revolutionists, who" riobl, much territory yet resulted, in any 'determined attack have- eli'fi'Ute'd) (Gc'n. ::ScmeriorT; I the- : rt
of Hoiithern Finland along the by cither, of the ';|opiiosing: fOI'l'I'IThe nnti-Ileilsheviki) leude-r, und compi'lli'dI
Kinnnish gulf. With Finland and Ustheinia :: f Germans iin> more. active on I the P.ritith I him to retreat into !M.inchurm. I'cir- r rI
uneli'r (ieiman, sii/e-iunity, tin1iulf i and llelginn fionts than elsewhere''' I mi'i' Cie'i-inan; prisoners are bi'lievtil to IS LIKE DIFFERENT MAN I I
( of "Finland! i- taken from Ktmsiancontrol Near I Krppc) in !landers, the l'elgian h,' Hiding the Itolshe-viki troops.
and gteavriussia has less than 'have driven the cm my I"rum parts oi | Vrhf'tlwr 0" not re-volutiomsts SINCE TAKING TAIMLAC,

I lull mile's of e'o.est line ul"nl.th\ ,' gulf.( I the I lie'iichi's, he took several I days ago... I will follow Semenoir into Chinesiter- AND SAYS HE FEELS BET ,'
\ Although the' Get'maim apparently, Kci'cnt: ( ieiman nttiic-ks on the British i'itorv is not known at pri'-ent but, u I
will permit: King .ferdinand to Mile lines ill the Ypres area wc-re, checked warning has been i issue'd to thr.m I IvI TER THAN HE HAS FOR If
I Iturmvtlia t Ihc'y hu\',' foru'il, him to ac'- thrnuirh liritish knowleclge\ ,enemj I the- C'hiiii'se c-ommander at Haibm
.'('I't' humiliating\ lerniK. I Important plans gamed fiom iK'se-rters and pris- that any invasion of Chinese territory FOUR YEARS. I I II
wln-nt" oil and salt concessions arc* tobe one"is, TIll enemy intended to take I will be 'regarile'd as an act of war.
} given Germany, which is to control important )positions south of flout ------. --- "I spent over lhr,'" hundiid iloll.ilti '- \
'" U 1111I II II ill II tailioads for 1.Yl'nrll and hoist forest, but heavy Hrilish artil.lery IIOSfPPLR/ : AT IIAMI'IOV./ I '>'ing to ge't the relief that Tanl.K!: I I I II
" i is to have a most favorable t trade 'lire prevented a major effort. and; hut given me" deil.ireil Henry I{rooks !
: agreement. with Rumania whic loses: the htrong ISntish defense1. threw biufcIhe A box supper and entortainment will a ui'll known painter living at 11.: 1-J
.,,, ) I )ol>rinl ii and control of the Danube1. "I'onl.hllul\ attacks the Germans be, held at the- :Masonicf.tr\ l-'rulay ;Market street I Chattanooga\ iVmi. I ":' I ,
Raiding\ operations have not yet elovclopc'el mined, out. I'veninl.Jlur'h\ 'J2nd! under tho auspices "Fur tour jears," he continued, "Isuffered I I
into large operations em the (In the Amerie'iin sector northwest! of the Hampton liranch of the vith the wvrst' soil ..f l I" I
I western ami Italian fronts. The artillery of Toul the artillery and the aerial activity Aim-dean Keel: Cross. aeh tr. !'e *>' h.- -r .. .. out of or- II I
I ,duels however (continue mte>nseat has increased. An1l'riellnCun- I The co-operation of the public is >Ur all the time nnd I was bilious as! I I ,
'I i' important sectors. All the entente ners have .shelled elTeclively various cordially invited and n !good time assured. I could !be. 1 wns tadly constipated, AlwaysWelcome I
,' ;;(- urmius fr"l1th" Noith Sea to the Ad.rial targets\ in the enemy trciuhes.\ Thr The proceeds vvil Ibe used for too and everything I ate would sour I
I : ic have1 withstood enemy raids reply was: without tesult. (ierman airplanes I Ked Cross work.A. and form gas on my stomach that I 'You little rn""ol-plnY"II! ntnnff the' way didn't you? I '
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e. while,' the time successfully Kept tirandma' wuituiK {.h" It, U all riKht. Uecaubtt I
I at same have attacked American trench A. I>UKI>FN.: would bloat me up nnd make me feel
,, ,penetrating the Teuton lines es with machine gun\ fire while gunn \ Vice Chairman miserable. I took everything I could CALUMET
Saturday , . I.eon Trot/ky. who brought\ about, down an enemy an'plane within tht SecretaryWOODLAWM"PARK. it looked like I ouliln't get a thin,! to BAKING POWDER :
tho present. e nforced peace- on the Kuskians American lines.I'rogiess re.u'h my troubles. I just felt l IIIzv U nlvartdht.. It's vrth u. utmtf for. Alwayq welcome '
has resigned.i More than any is being itiudu by the lint- und good for nothing all the time. I Ni cr sh,rks It. ,,, rk N. vcr fitla. Nevc-r
other bolsheviki leader he u responsi i..h i. army in :Mesopotunn.i' :.lul Pales huted to I.\"l\ up in the morning and, waSl'S minutes m *, t incl 1 *M, u it's pure jndrn I
I.. bl,' for t the- situation in wh ;'-' n> C Uu'n, i c'' itai, 18 o'-ii 'Mi In,, eoJ' n..
,present great t tine. miles of .
Highly west Hagdad cjr Woodlavvn I'ul'k.1111'; 12.-MessrsFree even if I had slept eight hour 1 was .IT hut. been appri ved otlic ill> ''n the U S lood I, ,
\' Jtimsia. It i is said he cast thu dividing\ the niiphratcs: rrver the British have Snpp, Kudus: and l>e-wey (ircon just as tired as I was when I turned Authorities," it
, t \oti'. on the ciie' >stiem of whe-ther to'' occupied Hit, the Turks, retiring with attended the show ut Law ley Satur- in the night\ before. And I had suih a You save u hen you buy it-)'ou save ulnn >on MS* if.
send, de-le'gatc's. \ to I'rest-l.itovsk a fortnight out ",."""ilion. elav v"ninl.i.1l'RIiI'I. \'. bail taste in my mouth it was all I :II
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HIGHEST XS-i'S:
f I. \ ago.\ AoIvllnl'inl.northwar,1\ in 1'alcstine,. : J. S and H. S. Norman am:! ruuld! do to eat a bite of breakfast
: I TwolYK have seen withdrawal ( ienoral Allenby's force's have gamoc]! Rev. L. A. Dudley were business visitors ami I was all stuffed up in my head ,
I' : from the bolsheviki government\ of two considerably along the Jordan and on to Law toy Saturday afternoon.Mr. and throat with ciitarrh."After .
I. J I 1 \ "ime the downfall of Kerensky four The Turks resisted htiongly on to Starke Saturday.Rev. money trying to ge-t\ relief I thought =--
r. .. months ago\ The resignation of.n.\: both l . I sign\ Krylc-nko, the bolsheviki ,'olllmanI or three miles on a front of 1't: miles. Jacksonville :';Saturday and I while there made up my mind to try it, and actually ' I
Ir' I eli'r-in-enii'f was announced Friday.Nikolai 'I'uesd.iyAnieiicnn uttnnded the* State lair.Mr. one bottle has put me m better -

la'Dini' i.s tln only one left of initiative has asserted itself : and :Mrs. Thomas \Villi.ims and shape than I have been for fomjcar" I'-i "' . . . .
.iI thi. thri'e, h.nolinl.nUI'linmli"t\ liguies\ on the Lorraine front in Fiance. dlilJr'.n'lsit..cI nt the home of Mrs.M. ;: I can eat u square meal now --N'H--i. H.H H'o'W -'N4-1 "
I 1 The overthrow, of the. bnlshev, iki regime I Three savage\ raids on the (;ierman : Davis Sund ly. and ,enjoy it for I don't have nn.v;:' : .
in Kiissin n "I'inl.,1"11I11'01\ by lines have been niiidi' by the ,\ mel' I Muss I.OIH Norman visited friends trouble'' nlt'Tuaiil and! I feel so Inn' YOUR
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i the "", icveilutionisls, nce-ording\ to inns who succeeded m reaching the in I nvvtey Saturday afternoon.i in the mll'ninl.I\ I tan't .stay in bid. a SAVING 1
dispatcher' today from Russia.: I Dr. IHolT : second 1 line of i nemy tiemhcs before :\ ''. :S. II. Thompson visire'd hnrilnuu'bti'r minute after 1 wake up I feel 1 liki, .
. of ;Moscow I is ejuoled ill dispatches being ordcicd to return. I IIUI'illJthl'it.\ i ( Mrs. pan Starling Sunday. w..kinl.1'1'. \ ;:'' dny 1111,11 vvouliln't\. take, : YOURSELF :
via Anisteidani' us authority for Ihe slaj in lierman.he-Id !territory the.ele. I :\11'. and ;Mrs. !Dave I"w'I'C visitnis i- tin} thine ill the vvoild for vvh.it T.in '
I report that this decision was icachcd, I Miiec t | caiefully built dc'IVnses. and nt tin1 home of Mr. and Mrs. I). luc has clone foi mo. I'm glml uf a ..
I nt the reee-nt ml'.tilll.in\ Moscow when puke-il up much war inatei'nil. | L Phillips last Sunday.Mr. chance to -."r a good I wold fill'i tinmedium1 .
it was dc'tcrtnmecl. to organi/e1 a national The Amcinc-an" artillery ably assistI'd l.rttU-ton, Kite1 and sister. Miss ,, and I know I've fount! the : In the strenuous days that are before the "Army of th' :

"/: Jtun,1, to accomplish the downfall the ml'antiy in the opciation, A i I :Mnrv Kttu vvcic vi itcirs to LawteyS.itindiiv right thing\ at last anil I'm going tokei : Furrows," it is'up toeveryone to save himself as mud, :
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of the .bolsheviki. It is stated that afternoon. taking it until I'm sound
hiaxy barrage'\ die, was laid dow in p "11 a-
:.1 u great army is now being e'omposi'd liont uC llui advancing Americans, and( :, :Mr" and' Mis. ,'. U.: Kcdd.-h. of Luwtey us ever' ." : as possible. Man power is in demand on the farms. :

.... I of theCosarks and that a republic, Illw (ie'inians had Ih'd .befetre the wave VM'rc'. visiting: he'ic', :\.Innduy.I . Tiinl.ii Mold by C. t'. C.isem' inSUiki .. You cannot only save man but multi .
with a coalition government\ whuh ol inlantry, reathed' thehoilile "osi.i.tions. | - IIn,1 Will not accept, the I Ccrniaii-hoNhcv ''I' After, the Anii'riians, had bcc'n j TII.ItlUI'II': : : IIDNOI: : KOI.I. I in Iliadimd cnuntv. -\dv. : ply its efficiency by the intelligent use ofUMODAIL :
,peace, is being planned.Kae I
in. Die' (li"I'mall1"111'111'>1 foi a fe\\ 'i"iuutc" '
1 'nation of IVtrognid\ continuciMeist < the (ie'rmaii harmgc lire was: let :Names' .if 'I 1 hoselio :Mnelc Kemitlanci RISING.Mr. : I-ARM 1 IMPLEMENTS :
V of the- people, are- said to be in.elitrereiit looie upon' them but the American !During rehruiirvW. i. .
tn the'ir fate, l.i'iiine has denounced guns answered, shot for shot and! silenccd : I : We have them, of every kind and the latest and best :
( \ t those1 who oppose the ( :iermanpence a number of batteries. The (;i. I.uw.1:1.; : .. Conol>', II I U. Wiggins Koland Thonnis and son 1.i\vi-. makes. :
II -, NI'illl.I'volutionlll'y\ victorywill American artillerymen u e,1 l j uj: shells: l.nvvtc-y State ll.ink II. U. Siipp, of Urookcr visited in this. seition List I :
eome from it. ''Hill 1'. I'. Wnrcl Thursday afternoon and thev were accompanied :
with good ellVct. N'ear Toul the :\clams, 1' J. J. Kcrcp. : Save yourself. Multiply your power and efficiency.
.t \\Vstern "Flanelers for the first time American heavy guna: have 1.een in ,;c-, "K. XV. KiiVnlield.: :Mis, T. II. Willis.liarvcy back home by Mrs. A. J.I
((1. th'n jenr has he>cn tho fccene of serious White O. T. Nevvsom K.: K.Staccy. :. Jackson' and l son J. 8. Jackson.Mr. : i Let our machinery do your work. :

f fighting between, the- British and tion.Thiee iiiids on tlui Ilritish lines Jeihn Ugle\ ', !.'. lIi<:ks. W. :M.llariell I and, :'oIl'''. .\. L. Jackson vihitcd,
the c'tumy, who were forced to retire have been attempted by the' (icrman .F. ;\1. Kivers. C. A. Kuberts, friends in Brooker! last fl'iday. going
bihiiul the p""itlol1"0111 which theyaltiicked. in thu Armentieres Hector, but the !IM.liiIlilliiird: I.em S.ippV' V. :MilUr over to see a very sick child of Mr.lackson's I DEWITT C. !
After a heavy artillery British in spite' of a heavy (ire from W. :M. 1'eek .1. W. Mai'km, L. r. sister, ;Mrs. Koland Thomas.They JONES
homliardnicnt the Got'mans' stormed; the enemy's h"a'yCunK., ropuUed the I Wilson J. 1-'. Crosby. J. II. Tie-vatt. J. returned the same day, accompanied
the (Cermans; stormed the British lines: Teulons. The l tighting has spread I K. Dove-r, J. II. Tolbert 11. l>. I'ndgett., by. J. S. Jackson.Mr. .
front, of than mile south I ( Hubert Norman; and ;Mr. ChaR.end. : Starke Fla.
on a more a along the Flanders front thoprvs J. I. Dubobe, II.imp Padgett, :Stephc'nHiown : :
of the I lout hoist forest northeast of and I'assehendaele seetors figuring\ m Henry Taylor, ;Mrs, A. Ilroikmejtr hill viMted Jacksonville last Sat.urd.iy . .
Ypre'8.At' I the olllciiil reports. 'Hie activities of ;Margaret I.iUhlirKI, II. I". : attending the s-tnte fair. : .
l one point the enemy broke the the ,'ont'nolinl.IIrmi's\ have spread Stanton J. 1 I';. Norman J. L. Parment There was a Mng given at the home '$+H.f' 'H.N"-i> !'i. 'H--N-M-+ H--'H+H+!.g'H"'N.* +" "
lino, but on most of tho front they I further south encounters nenr :St.juentin : Jffl J. Johns S. l-'. ;Morgan( 1). W. of J. J. Crosby lavt week. Those attending -
were repulsed, with losses.. Tho British I ( being\ mentioned, for the 'liri>t ;Moore, :Mrs. H. L. ;McDowell\ I LIlcy were Mr. Sim Kelly anti fumily -
B counter attacked' and drove tho enemy' time in ren'nt weeks.There Thomas, J. A. Howe, J. D). Smith, Mrs. ;Mr. Bob Ilaislop and family and -
i O' back to his own line and the noccupied ;>fr. J. E. (Johnson and family. All
has ",',lighting/ /: on ejuite u V. K. Sapp', A. (Ii. Dval. W. K. Webb re.
:'WO! yards of it. large scale on the lulian front. In Jame Rosier, J. M. l'IUIA'.ttIiss: port nn enjoyable time.Mr. THE McCALL
it; t'ambruio and Ypres nre'ns continue the mountain sectors of the line rne- l Khodi! Thomas. I. A. Waters, T. 1\. J. J. Crosby, wife and I baby visitcel QUARTERLY
I tho ccnes of spirited artillery action my attempts to advance have beenrhcokvtl Crawford Dr. L. L. l.amli J. :S.: Thomas :Mr. J. E Johnson, nnd, family last I
''II. I rie-ar! weather also, has brought incrotisod while along the I' /I\'e river J. C. ('ont'1.:: ; Dnggers, U. II. Sunday.Mr. ,
I" I, aerial activity on the British tho Austnans were defeated! in .in attempt : Futch II. A. lUue-n, W, K:. Torodo, L. : Colonel Alvarez spent last Sun for Spring is now in
front and UO! enemy aeroplanes are re- to launch pontoon for an attack I.. Supp. Walter Ferris, Ue-v. C i. W. S. day with A L. Jackson. ,
porte'd to hllI".n put out of action, on tho Italian hues.Tho Ware, Itosa Harnage, C J. Johnson the hands of all Me- '
.
and 10 destroyed. French have been in scattered I 1 R. L. De'iin L. A. Dnvis, B. :M. HowlI A !Un TEST. Call Agen ta. It. .
On the American and French sectors encounters with the Ci. \Anderson O. C.
(iermnns at various mir, Livingston
r German: raiding parties are active* points! along thc-ir part of the I Dr J. C. Wills. .... Hercules L. .\. many pages of beau t.
IJ! but no determined attacks have been front but nowhora ban there been any Duncan, S. It. :Moore, W :M. Graham.A. For those who arc in need of a remedy tifully illustrated designs
delivered. I for !khiney troubles and backache
serious fighting. Stemecker ;Miss Louise Snydor, J.
Artillery! firing hat, continued along The mr squadrons have been busy I (i. Hoyd l H. D. Woo the front from I Kh ',ims to the (Jl'rmanhord'r. of late Tho most spectacular of these S. K:. L. Dukes. II. O. Yarborough, LH. Pills. They are strongly recommended fashion display that ;
.
I Indication* along the American operations was made by the Teuton Futch. K. C. Johns, A. C. Whittuktr. by 1' 1I: tka people:
\ nwctor northwest of Toul are that airmen who raided) Nnplcs Italy. It I A. V. I'revatt W .\. Colley, C.II Louis. !'. Rossiniinol steamboat pilot will I delight every j

the, work c-nemy there i is preparing. !: for more serious may be that they started from their :Nevvsom: :Susie: Dell Gc-o. O. Jacobs Oak and Seventh streets, PtiUtkn, woman who sees it. '.j

,I A rtavnl b.tsi'. on the e-aatern shores of the Ad. J. ;M. Shaw Jr., Perry Dover, ;Mrs. Fla., says: You
Thursday
\' engagement on riatic and (lew over the sen' and across Annie Young, R. E. Dell H. Rosen "1 had : can make anj
between ( Husnian dull
; ierman destroyers and a pain over kidneys.The .
my
Italy! in their raid. British raiders berg, Thelma Hailey, C. C. Johns. N. garment illustrated .
south of the Aland h.
transports kidney secretions
were irregular
have C. Wamnght J. O. :McCormick. T. J.
dropped, large of
lands is reported in a Copenhagen dUrntch. on military points quantities in Belgium explosives Ik-kin O. D Godwin! Lem llrown N in passage and I was obliged to get by getting the corresponding -

,. Transports were' sunk after n while the allied airmen have been active K. !Mnthis, G. L. Futch John Foryth, up many times during the night. Owing McCall
fight according! to the report in Italy. I. L. Cone, C.eo. A hfe.rd. W. It. ShulIcr ;: to my work, I had to be out in all

Sunday \\ ednesdayTho C. ,\. Boyd T. C. Thomas, Joel kind* of weather and I blamod that for Pattern
: The British front in Flanders' has Griffls! :Mrs A (J. Dudley. J. A. Morgan my trouble. I was advised by different
.i, become tho chief field of military operations American troops holding a portion \ T. C. Clemons. 1'. O. Hayes, Henry people to try Dean's Kidney Pills
within the lust fortyeighthours. of the line of battle northwest of ,
II
i Futeh D. Carter S E. Driskell,
'I Passing from the stare of Toul apparently are making. raids into 1.. W. Sowell. R. L. McNcal.. J. R. Kelly. so I got gome. I was moro than pleased McCall Patterns
,.!" trench raiding which has ruled, for enemy territory n part of their daily A. W. Luke. L. C. Smith J. J, Col to find that they rij me of the
several I weeks past tho fighting in routine. Following. their incursion son, II. J. Robert*, T. J. :Moore.IN trouble. It has now been three years for March
this area now has entered upon a more of Monday morning:, when, after n ----- since I took them and I have never
active phase. The Germans have taken bombardment they rnidcd German : : MEMORY had a return attack. I have told l many .
the initiative launching attacks front lines unaided as has been customary people about my experience with NOW ON SALE

upon fronts of approximately a mile bv the French thoy get out Of our dear neighbor, Mrs. DnnjclHoree Doan's Kidney Pills nnj always recommend
each<< on two occasions. In both thoy ngnm on Tuesday and made n successful who" passed to the beyond on them."
sustained heavy casualties and in netther surprise attack on tre>nches south Saturday morning, February 23, 191 S. THE McCALL
did they gain any ground. I'ene.trationa of Richecourt, whie-li lies to the north- She was taken very suddenly with Prico 60 cents nt nil dealers. Don'tlIimply COMPANY

within narrow limits effected cast of Xivrny where some of the pneumonia. living only two weeks.hile nsk for a kidney remedy-sret New York Sara Atlanta
ty tha Germans were speedily nrga.! i hardest fighting in which they have I \\ nil wai done? that !kind! hearts Doan's Kidney Pills-the name that Chicago Francis
lived by. counter-attacks and in one i been rngagetl has taken place. and loving friends could do, her time :Mr. P.ossingnol had. Fostcr-Milburn Boston; Toronto

case the Teutons lost even a portion All along the western front tnten- hud come and she must gl). .The ser- Co., Props., Buffalo, K. V. ((38)) -





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FRIDAY MARCH 15, 1918. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK. FLORIDA. 1'AfiB; TIIREB

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.,- - 1'. 1>. C. MKKT1NO: : Have you n I binocular] or "I-tIIlS8 keeping the hens through the wlnlvr. live poultry,
j WEIJI'IVnmOt'I: : : : |1If sit. Mild 1 it to the ne.iro-t Naval The .peeiiilistH !point out that when\ .\energetic;k egg-saving; rant IHlkJl i
? News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I Sectinn, I'oniiuaililt'T" in the ilistrict' I , hen is sold for nioiit curly iltht! to prevent c.irly .laughter: of till hen>
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' tf i ...-Hh y + 'Mt,.''*iHin'__''''>HiMd, >,lnH>',,...' s- .-'"'?rn.-.*"-.,.'"'Sits.'. ft** .. .,, st--M-srt, ""r-nvit} I I Tlu' W. '1'. Weeks l'hapkl'1' the who \\ill "', '1\"' lout receipt. for aiiie' sprnigflse( fal'l\wl' (jets no egg:, return' I lint "Iii} S the golilcn egg" '" now being -
I'nited Daughters of the t Confederacy under U'KUliitinns lucicrihcd.Nearest 1' for, feeding! und keeping her throughthe eoniluitetl throm-limit the South-
i met Wednesday aftcrnon, at three I Section I'onimmuler: Ensign : worst. month of the year cm States. :North<': of the I Ohio River,
Live State News o'clock' at the homo of :Mrs. A. V. 1'. K. ferry L''. S. N? I U. F., St. :Moreover, the hen in I'I"t''lhh'' us fanners hire Ionic appreciated! tho nd-

J Long Augustine, Flu. I poultry! after she has ->roilueeil her vnntago of getting the spring! crop of
... I' V. A. 'r IAUT Comdr. IT, S. N'
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+noaosw.x.gnnsws.wrrr.nneaugn.mn.n..nen I The presidentMis: Amelia Kay occupied spring eggs 1'oultry in :May Sony eggs and marketing their hens after
Told by Our Exchanges. the chair and :Mrs. W. J. Kpper- Commundiint. 7th. :Naval District.TO i :2 cent I less po'iinlthun ,I fall. They
----- -..._--- I bring n pound 'per the, laying HCIISOII or in the
son acted of the as routine S"l'r'tun'fh'r'l business disposing it wus-> 1 S 1'1)1') LOSS or 150.000.UUO( KC.CSWashington. ( in February but, they !point o-it, believe t that iiiloption of thin plan by

-- unanimously) voted that the W. '1'. I tho :MO eggs produced by the hen southern chicken raisers will bo protltabli -

it Robbers entered the Ft. Jlyers post- was u pleasant caller hero last Sun- Weeks Chapter make a contribution 11. C., Teh. 21.-Over 'largely from wastes, more t limn otf-i-t 1 \, :unol l will materially mil,( to tho
Ponce early Sunday morning and looted day evening.Messrs. towards, the necessary funds to establish loO.OOOODO; eggs will be lost to t tho i any reduction in tho price offered for feel .supply of the Nation='

a safe of between $7DUU and $sooofjn : ferry and Horace Witt two a JctTcrson HII111 :Memorial Hod food supply of the United I States if
stamps, five thousand war savings of Uncle Sum's navy I boys, who were in the American :Military Hospital at this old practice of sending hens to
M Isttamps und twenty-eight registered home on a furlough last week visited :O>;"\llIe near Paris. A committee, composed market at t this season is continuedFigures ESI AWl 1 ISHM1 1886

J package A small amimni of money their brother' Dr. 1) (-. WIlt, horo of :Mrs. I'I'.k Mi".1'. I.. compiled, by the poultry specinli J. R. ADVIS & CO.
also was stolen. Sunday afternoon.VANDERBJLT." Z. Ito ciSurd :I"'". J. K.: Wilson wore >.ts of I the Unit'ed 1 State- Department
appointed to collect! fund.- for this of rnultiire' show that more! INSURANCE
jFin- .undetermined I origin de- nio-t ,patriotic object.Tho : than :,i.unuiiuu''.' 1.tying' hens, each capiilile -
[.troy d the I.i/.otto' hot"l a huhimsHo next meeting of the Chapter of pivilucing. .ht;! eirg) are! sent to tint I 'irn.iilii.4iilliiiil.' : : iiittiiiiu'iilr.lMliiiiiI'Mlolil.iss, I Stiu 111 II IIl1or, Burglary. Bllttd"STARKE.

block .cal: i "* lottuge* Jit riisMigrillc, will I be held at the home< of :MrR 1 ..\. '' hut, kct from the Soutbcin' Slit nt : I'IARIIJAPLOOKYOURBEST
anlisiul: ); ,, It" Ml I in Ii..? Mexican; gulf, Thi1 farnn-rs" of this section are all Weeks, tho first Wediic.-d.iy in April. the wmti "r .. I d i /1'1) pi ,ingFvi .
'lIouth"! t .a' Si. Petersburg, early about ready t"' plant. r - I II : l y :\l'"it, I then 1 fine, i I l.inma.le '':
*Tastaonvi I' ,' ,,,1 l( All of ills hotel\ attestseacup' ( :lira .\. II. ( "nil" and ,'hihh''n'iN" nlNll'.1Y): HAS l1RSI'11.Ut I I to n 1 "'' ''.II;' LIII1I' I"-> to Ki'p)
1 I.,, ,i i I'. IIuwon, of Jack- ited her 1 bioth.-r. and sister, Mr. A, 1.. 1<' 1\\: 1\4: ; SWIF.TY:' Ih"II'h.}u 'i 'tllh"-'I\1 ,, I 1.1. i
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I ,h, logs I when he jump.L'.edirei Conner aid :Mr-. |R. :\1. Alvarez lastweek. -.n. II! ..i ,MI,, i lot. , o t I.!
:. I"m on tne third 1 Moor ofthe I The lint War SainnSoriotiox; : in
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I h : I l.ns n estimated lit :.Mc M>. l.eoii t miner, Hugh ..Mvun.ind - FI""I"1'" organ/ml! -it lonifa! in I
I
.,<;&bOU1 "?'" (dri'ii lieildi-h: made .a trip toHampliiM I 11..11111'1"' .. the i.lni''c (
; __ I 1 la: I \\nlnenday night.riion of County ( ChairiiuiM A. J. :Mill.'r.! I Il
Fin'' ,i' "'MI origin, whieh WHSf I wa.a I liirgo, : crowd at 1'Knuin-: ,aught> into )being' two sm let ii .. '1"1" I MI\, \\ irun' -lionl I nl"' I nl I I" a t tI pi i ..".11 .iipiMiiiu| c

f disco i .I, '"MI tli. planing mill of the jiul Sunday, and had, a glorious mooting. Miller is hard at work lot iiKikc .1 i l .1 Iia,,.- .-, i n uiolfcn-ic( |L' .r.uo.I: l l.nli, wlicn-" brunt i .in I... e.i- Helena 'fh1lt'I will, be Sunday school at cord for hicounty aminyi that beexpects Reasons !
!Leon I .mix i ( ;oinpuny: at :U o'clock. Savings I. \
mil' -oiith, ..I' Tallahassee, destroy- F.\orybody plan to attend.Mr. to have Wur : Societie-I i t
112-ed property,' uf the company, valued I : Niiac "iirlton I'ftlontillY: forth organized for every :itK ;nhnii to iii in : I .11 i.il IIrmishr..uo grout': | cnriiiiei to lic.mtVBnl these \1\ I lie, ,
at t, about <7"OIII. Three dry kilns (' training camps. We hope) he will the county and that he expects.' lima' \\hjr y. u should use I
fuel return Mifoly. fay to bo lOi per cent l'llici"III"" C.irdm. the woninn's I.UK.-K: ovt itoirrhy| using ourTOILET
I laming null, wider tank and I :Mr. Hugh Alvarez nuido n call to per cent ellicioncy! for" n conimunit.\ tonic, for your troubles
[house .ire+ :a i complete, feet loss of, together flnlxhedlumber. the name of Mr. und Mrs.: I 1.. L. Connor means that every man woman' and II have bren shown intiousiiut PREPARATIONS
I-with al.ii.it ;:,unit of letters front
[ The nr.iporty is about half : last. Warren Wednesday KluoiUworth,afternoon.Mr. made. child above ten years of age: owns u actual users ot this medicine No utf gonm through: lifi" will '"e\urr. rough skin when il' t.inlie
a thrift card.
! [Insured und 1 will be rebuilt at once.the call at the home of :Mr. l F1.: =Norman' The organization of War Savings' I who speak fromPeraonal ni.uif Miioolli .mil flll('. I'uuplf, hlutilirn! I lil.uk Ite.ul.i and] all
y {Valiant service was rendered by :Sunday:'; afternoon.We Societies in I the Stale; i if well un.II'I,1way. l experience K *
Tallahassee tire company, whieh was urn glad to know that those, who according of the lire
[dispatched to the scene on Attended the fair from this section had J. 1'::. C. Criggs, although women for so many
special train. Director : years have been so uniformly i- you want, |to improve/ ami prfsftve," coniilcxii| see-
a nice time and we are proud of the some of the counties nn a little not
rood, why
fact that Bradford made the tine showing backward in perfecting these or- give Cardul: a trial? 7h.N..ilIlifchell's Drug Store //:,';.'*;
'Robert P. Elliott, mall carrier of she the, first '
t a did. ganizations.; In Jacksonville \ )J)
Tallahassee, i is, under arrest at Chip- :\lis"IsIallol: ,! and :Mabel Taylor, of I(I Society organized was among the carriers I Take Ice Cream (::very I'uy lit :51Ichcll'sa ; !
ley, on the charge of securing $:\O: ;; Raiford!, visited at the home of Mr. of the Florida Times-Union, this
[on a bogus telegram. It is alleged that and :Mrs.1 I.. L. (Conner Sunday, the being especially due to the em-rgotn'' ,. I I
i tel'ltram'IIS ,' 'mSiaullhthan guests of :Miss Keba: \ Conner.l efforts of the Cir'ulItiOIlllInllll'r.] : I
.a' bank at Chipley :Mr. Arthur Hi don and sisters visited Mr. llafer, who has boon left re poni t CARDUlThe
Ala., bank to pay W. C. Lewis $:i;:: r>0I at the homo of Mr. F. M. Norman ble[ for the sale of thousands of \ I and waiving identification. Elliot it Sunday and in the afternoon made n worth of stamps among the patrons. of '
1a said at the bunk, presented the tel- short trip to ;Mr. and Mrs.. L. I. Con- his paper. The Times-Union carriersnil SELECT PEANUT SEED
,I (.earam, pot the money and after buy- ner's. own a card themselves and are distributing Woman's Tonic
lug -an automobile left Chipley, going Mr.: Hugh Alvarez and Oren Reddish the blue cards. and. taking orders -
(into the country, The Chipley bankers made( n call on Mr.: I.. L. Conner for stamps thereby starting now Mrs. Mary J. Irvin of - - - --- .
becoming suspicious wired the Uoth- Saturday night. savings accounts among! hundreds of Cullen, Va., wrilfsi
f.mn: bank and received 1 the reply] that no I I :Messrs. Keen Connor, Oren Reddish, people who would] tach telegram had. been hent. The man I.evv Norman and Hugh Alvarez attended of .savings. and thrift thought Untold misery
hen arrested gave his name us R. 1'. a peanut' popping Saturday, Hooks of the school plan for flr )
Elllott, of Tallahassee. All of the 'night. mg War Savings! :Societies:'; have 1I11I7'1' with female trouble, bear- select Peanut Seed. We arc offering

|-money except what had, been expended. 1 :Miss, (lencvn: : I little brother mailed 't rfor'the; car has been recovered. William, were visiting in our burg and within the next few days every I numbness . I
Sunday. class room in Florida i is expected I to would RO for three weeks for the text 20 days at I $2 pcr bushel) ,
t Sheriff A. H. :Mclnnis of Key West, :Mr. F.1.: Norman carried than or'' bo' constituted into a War Savings almost bent double . .
perBonally arrested the proprietors ofDttbreuih four bushels of berries to town :Mon, 1 Society with nil the pupils pledged
; and I.e\\ nskyi.aluonn on I day. \ their support, not only in .Aty..._husband! went to lr. y. o. b. Ocala/ cash with' ortlr.
t"l t"l'I' for Cardul . .
Saturday charging them with violat- ing purchases themselve.hut in i
jug the \Unvis package: law. Together I! GRAHAM couraging and 1 soliciting others t to f.u After: two ----

l'with secret, SCI-MCO men the sheriff chaw the thrift stamps. The bottles I bn;all going: .1
bas completed. a month's campaign) inwhich I i I which will be followed nut i in the KNIGHT & LANG
I :Mr..Jim Reynolds and :Mr. and Mrs 1 I around and when I look
succeeded in roundbrg schools is unique' one and each( pupil>
have
they A. 11.! I.une motored, I could do
over to Starke three bottles
he i is conducting a regnlnrIinukIng '
up eighteen cases of blind, tigers will feel
appioximati-ly Friday. business for a pass boil I i- all my work." ll-OQ :
and fifteen bootlegger.und CUM- of. --I'llirig, liquor to men.uniform I C. 11. Rolx. its and Dr.! Thomas made [inividi'd with deposit slips for savingip Ocala/ 1 I(t.Ii .
,r business Starke
n trip to
Thursd.iy. nickels until the
which will be hoard at the the pennies and
tn. ,
:Mr. Willie; l'i ice
left for
Jacksonville
,
/ saved tail. then
As'reBult has boon ,
I next term of I'mled. States court. first quarter
from the two raids miiile on Thursday where he has accepted this is turned in and a thrift stamp is I u _un' ___ _H_
a position in the t government building.Mr. of ho
offenders of the sued The school trenchers I
Saturday night on ,,
i : Frank lloville is here for n few
colored, is invar-1 I State are showing a great deal" "f on
flaw '
John Hepburn .
.
.., 'erated In the city; jail and Juan :Men- days visiting his parents, :Mr. and t hiisiasm in this plan and I Directorfiriggs I -
:Mrs. .1. K. Hevill.
He
left hero :Monday
believes that it will) result ingreat
is
l f dendez, who was released on bail
Ii
for Starke, where he will join the
I before Police Justice' good to the cause I
|waiting trial
other boys leaving for the training I
'iBusto, charged with operating blind. Tuesday morning.Mrs. 'rf'I'-:
'' camp ()
titers. Julio Rodriguez, who it is alleged : Doshi.i Ornwily. accompaniedby ,

itttMthe signal to Mondendez alf :Mr. :Martin llynl, of Hampton, were Congratulations To
|that the nlHcerwere approaching I pleasant vi.-itors here Friday.Mr. To all loyal American citizen, and
:JO' wos oI".t, d. i owners' of
.:.. .__ l Klilon ISiiKter of Mrookcr, was particularly to yachtmen
of American
hero Wednesday.Mr. Yachts, masters and owners ,I
The "I'" me' court has set down : \ ':nrnii. Howling of Waldo, was vessels, in or visiting the seventh I
for oral arifiiment! on Wednendnv a business visitor here Friday. district:
;? iMarch J ,'. tincae. of Henry IJi ton :Messrs. IVrman Roberts and.I SeoliNewsom You are hereby notified that ',"111.1
|and oth. i -. .1- i M'cutorand trustees motored over to Starke Friday country in in need of all avinlald.1biii.Kulnrs [ Our F
i'of the i-t.ite" .if, the late Hamilton Hi>!- evening. \ and spy-glasses and ieCIU".K ay1 cmersthollt
lion, appellant-! the trustees of the Mr. ChetJoy Fogg mndo a business | that you further show 'o'1'
I Internal I Improvement I Fund of t'lorflda' trip to Gainesville Thursday. loyalty and "putrotism by: lending I >..mi-"
II and i.thci'i." appellees. This cuss Mr. and MrKiley, Wnsilin and H.M. to it- =Navy' for the period of the w:uI.. '
ilnvolvrthe claim of the Uiston es- : Wnsdin uttemUd the fair and exposition I ---
tate mud numerous! claimants under at Jacksonville' Thursday. ,
Hamilton DUton\ for large tracts of Tho infant daughter of iii r. nail I COFFINS CASKETSAnd
! l swamp !lands in l-'lorida alleged to be J\Irs. L. F. Surrcm-y was buried hero ,i full line of
S.due under the celebrated contract ut :Ml. Sinui cemetery Wednesday. j a I
[ which Governor Oloxham made with I Mr. lox Cirovn" was here Saturday Undertakers' Supplies
Mr. IJiston some thirty-live years ago. 'loctioneoring.\ Wo wish him much Automohilt* llrurm- i
Most nf the lands claimed have, in aubLsequent success' in hii invlcrtnkings and I think
yearbeen. conveyed by the ho would prove to be good us ho hasi! ,. Always on Land., The best service ;
trustee, t to I i.ther purchasers, all whom made it success in everything he has> at the lowest prices. Special I '
\\ KOIIII l I'arrnwrs to good| pnuluclrt Itnull'unl
/ the suit. grow C'outily i-ouM! !
?are mad' pirties: to present Started order '
Attention tu telegraph
ifrAn Int. "M 1111!' feature of the case in' Mr. and MIM.: f.. r'. Smith spent port ft ii( !hate won second! prize at the Stutu hair in Jacl gthe 8U| in.-. our! is that two of the of last week in ,Jncksom! .,. '
Embalmer
Justice ?. 'i ii, iiuirt., Judge Kills: and :Miss. Ethel: Il.Mil: attended the lair Registered \ t tiii'i-i 1'iiru., Iii 'long't' tht credit of winning the prize and I 1110' l Imlof! :M.irku.' 1 11"
Judge \\ iuulilied and l can- in JuckHnnvill.-' .
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Snot sit h 'i'. tin- oral nrguiiK'nt or.fotherw . I.on/.n Ci.odgc; t and: | wife, of I DeWITT CLONESStarke. : .'" .;iTiJrjitulali's;: I h1I1limIt Cordially/

i t n. I ipite l in the derision! Sampson City, nih.. Fla. I, I
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Sot. the I i .i:.ci lit years Judge' !HIon :'h ,
c.vc'ac-: =::
Its ,. .. \\ :atate.. :L'' 1'ial, and 1 \\<""" !f, nl.,, -"I.t, :ill.? v.i''k n.I,. I 1.0', with : DESERiESGOLD
|cflicio : of ITI.' }1i,% ""I" ruprover the fnt-ii'i:) I'-. 1"1"" u', Air C 1 1.! I: li11 I ." the .1.' "' i 'n hrlwi'tm' Hnidford and our neighbor, /\1.,1'1,11.1,1' ,II close|
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i i t i MEDAL FOR THIS
1tlcati(, : ''I"1 I iHi' .'" '' '. Mr., J Inn }l'\i'i-| | "nd| uif, I nI, | I I., -| th.-it; the ,iiIil.I' )' 1 \1'1' pulcd; to know which or| the two' I'ltintu, : in KIMthi:
Ithe coii'' 'I i .n i . :.1-iItional lni-ii-n' ; trip to ( ;i.iinfxvillo' S.ilnid.Mei f.1 f.. ". I --- .L
called!! in Client : i (flit prize (ID. ,
.1 d'! "MI i Wall.ii-o :Millnnd; linlph: Cincinnati Authority Tells How

If Judgesi i i I'. mplie'l'\ of the first I Alvarez wee plfimnnt visitors here to Dry Up Any Corn Callus Let's not hit lack of time prevent us 1'rorn first
t circuit .i, I I II I I \l'. i I IT lirunnmg: nf tho Sunday. or occupying place at the

I eleventh in ...I. in -it m the place of :,, Prayer meeting! every Wedne-day I So it Lifts Right Off. I ii(-\t. (fair. tight now in the limo to begin preparinjf for it. A number of our j
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Judge Klhund!!" of' Judge West Another night, Everybody: cordially invited to
IT,,' iniere-ting" : feature is that the', nttond.! I i pmd'ii' t., ore -.printf) crops: (lund; rumples of tlu-sw; .should: lm carefully/ put;
'Jioral; arguim! nt uti behalf of this npp'dlanta I I Rev. Kigg< filled his appointment' You rum-postered men :md worn' n I
will I- made bv Judge ThomasM hl'l'I :lIn Saturday. and Sunday. net II| suffer no longer. Wear the i-h.i" .< I away and saved. To help organize the wnrk the (lank of :Stttrkc\ hcr-l!'yttndcrs
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Sharklef'inl' of Tamp", win. was Mr. 1111.111'1: <. K.: l Abernathy that nearly killed you before, says thus I
spent its services. Farmers who willlill\'l
; / i : : exhibits for the next fair
of the aru
until a few months ago a justice the week-end in Starke with re'lutivcs. Cincinnati authority because u few I

supreme court.PROVlDENCET". Christian Kndviivnr meets every drops of fri'ezone applied; 1 directly on a asked, to come in and list with us their names and the product or products
Sunday evening. We want everybody' tender aching corn .stops soreness at
to come out and, take part with us. once and soon the corn loosen so it they will furnish.Ve will make a careful record of this information and

the Several list new members were, added to can be lifted out, root and all, without when the next fair cornea: around we will know right where to get the prize
Providence :Mar. la.: -Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. .. a bit of pain.A .
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Qaentis Ward and the latter'a parents, CAKIJ OF THANKS quarter of an ounce of freezone winning good.-t.
>fro and Mrs. John Biclling, made a coats very little at any drug store, but
trip to Jacksonville Saturday. As father, mother and relative of in sufficient to take off every hard or Bradford County has the best farm lands and tho Lest farmers i hi

MU Maud last Fralick Friday was afternoon.in Lake City the late little Annie May Morgan, we oft corn or callus. Thij should be Florida. et's prove it at the next State Fair,
hopping desire to thank the many friends for tried, as it i i. inexpeniiive and i i. aid
Rev. Brittain, of LAke City, pastor
their kindness and assistance during
not to inflame irritate the
filled his regular or even surrounding
flf Olu tee church,
her sickness and death. Also] to
tissue skin.
there Saturday and Sunday or
apopintment thank Dr. CAmpbell for hill faithful
at If wife wears high heels she
having a large congregation services and kind consideration. I your
each aervice, who were highly entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan, will certainly: be glad to know of thin.Adv. .
by his very interesting and G. C. Tillis and family. (140)
helpful sermons. On Sunday evening .
after his last sermon, he announced FLOUR APPLICATIONSThe
that a protracted meeting would begin -- COODTOTHC LUST DROPMflXWELL
there on Monday after next fourth Telegraph's, job printing, depart-
Sunday and would be counducted by ment Is turning out a stock of flour
an evangelist cowboy who is now at- applications to be used by merchantsin BANK OF STARKEThe
tending Columbia College. taking orders from farmers ''vho
Messrs. D. C. Williams and Pewey I have a home supply of other cere- <
Fralick made a business trip to Bland These forms an- printed from a \\y
Monday. I approved by H'.n. Hraxton lunch. Bank of
1 Mr. and :Mrs. J. O. Fralick, of food Rdmi"'-tr"t'.r fur Florida... ,1f Helpful Service
Starke p" nt a few days hero la- twPek will be found \ "y < ir.\ 'nrr6y i \ J
'.1.! (rvaick! has an intere in nrrchanti in hn r r .' 0\' > ',! r ?
a hard" .tore there find was out :i.ntlon. Starke Florida n''J
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here'h'> ; here" th< \ The r.-ri." -\\n\ . ,
were B "' 1 pa.n'-! :> Mrin I, I . 10.} ,. .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORl .\. FRIDAY MARCH 13. 1918.

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-- .-' - -- Florida te-wtti Tho BEV of NWti and a I Ipurvit FOB COIMMISSIONER .
---"'- - \V\TKK (fOt'NTY ;;PAY Owcar Alde1'man.lho is very sick, in 1 their testimony left no doubt ns to the I f uf ten om of limit In a .qunr.. farm In |I 1 respretfully DISTRIC NO., .
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Bradford Telegraph \ { TKIALOF WIU. lIr.I'SI : tho raleitlne community. wilful guilt of the accused. Liebovitz | the NB corner of the NB'4' of the NW14.' all Cdmmisslonerii District No.2 that Ih.I am"o a* f
County COST 01" Miss !Mollic Thomns who was ours wus ordered to return his license, and ,i above dorrbcd land In Section 4, Towruhip T I' dldute for Commiaalooer, of unlit dl-tm >r-u'T
is to dispose of his stock under direction South of Ranico 22 E..... j promise if elected ,. Kive the tiuti H .< .
for term remfmbrrcd ,
teacher past
lmol,
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,ruluctontIv <
will W. J. EPPERSON
;Manatee county pay tifTlcu my careful attention. C. .1., KM I'< M
food administrator oflIill..lloroulCh
IIf the
: Published Weekly and rnttTi-d no Bee- I the $;r,104..V.; which wus: the ex- by all in the Guilford com- county who 3.1n,. Sheriff.NOTICE I
I military riiiinity and w,- would he (find to hnvelur county) wan given 1 hereby announce a cnn.lldni. '
myself
maflc-r at the >Htffice at pe-nsu run up" m protection authority to extpnd such time ns was
ond tatjM; i Miles] tried convicted buck an u teacher.Mr. O OP GUARDIAN SALE OF LAND election to the office of county conitni
,. Slarkc. Flurida.K. for Will u nenro llradentown last I : Phillip Nettles, one of Undo reasonably! nect's-sary to handle the |Iin and for District No. 2. old r"I..t i .
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) I and hanged/ i III halt the support of the voter* at thr .
-: ; returned to stock of foods. Liebovitxvna known .1 ,
huf ( the ]
white woman Sinn's solpi'teil lioys, Thirty clny aft r dnlo In-r-of un to-" ll : .
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for murdi ling election to be held
/ a June
vnr : hOl111' with disrhurirc. Ho wan throughout Hillshorough I and ne /ohI :: 1 isth ilny of Marrh. Jim. will nnily to tho "rm..y ni !I'
1I"lIult- h'
nnd 4 a If to icivu ,
'j : and OwntT.J. iind her baby ill' KllcnUm i; r...... A. iiirdinor. County JuilKo of promise. .I.t.l. snme ei i ittoua
.. : MATTIIKWS: : Fxlilor white girl near Willow.l'I'h. /init physically iimlitlfd| for service.Miss I>(I"IO'uullliuH as "Cheap John. Hnnurnlilc llrnilfiinl County. Flnrlila. nt hl. office In thoCViurthmiKo aU..tion to the duties of the i.ffi, .
ing a young! nntl Mr. John Some time. the elder mnn who was lime past. C. A. UOIll'! .
I ( KOUINSON: AsMx-iale I F.dit >r.ri .. authorities. nt Uradentown fearing Lou Strickland ago In the Town of Sturkc, Hrnnford ( "
i / had :Miles, who wn"apllll'.1 I I iMir.-yth were' united in the holy bonds! n joint defendant in the case, transferred County. Morliln for nn Order to noil lit private -
i mob violence, the business his son's unillvnli' Intercut fnrh ofSelwr 1 COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTItlC .
Jacksonville' furh..ifekeeping |1..1' matrimony Sunday. Their many to name ni-! the Oni-Nlnth: I I
her'sent to friends 'tht'/II u long and, happy this transfer being made when thu selective Nfwuum Ruth Ni'WHom end AltA NowHorn. I I hereby announce myself a rnmlii: [, ,
for (
MRCfl 19 and when time came i hop Min.ir hi-ini of Curler Ni-wiom find Laura office of county commiKsionvr of Dliitru
U ] druft law went into effect the
trial "f the priwner the iiiithnritiesnf I, life.Ktv. NYwuom. ilTi'U....l. in nml lo thu followinit d(>- 3. I Lnwtey and Raiford). aubject to tlu :
.. asked Gov. .1. R. Kul.anks, of rear Lulu son U-injr of un age that mnde him Hcrilx'd' Inniln lyinx and buinv. In Drndford of the qualified electors at I ho coniinu ; ,i
( iiiiO&TM'&J&J !".. ....!2..l.! J Manatee county J'atts I liable for service unless Horicln towitBi'glnnlnK. lit a ctolie | :
the black ''illl. - to order" out militia to guard exempted by business connections. on S ..tion, lintSixty chalni wmt of Northcant |i myself to flll.hfuly p..tor the tluti-. f
and
1 2 ''on the train from Jacksonville to last Suturdny Sunday.Messrs. Corner of Section ((26)) TownHhIp ((71 South office t bt of my ability, an j "..
Uradentown) nt the trial and remain ; Hoy and Charley McCall NOTICE of Ranirt ((20)) E, and run South Sixty chnini, 1' .nle bt Int..1 all concerned. .1]
which occurred with; their wives motored over to thence West Twenty rhaina, thence North Six- j| .. no special privilmei. I.,,-
:3 4 516 7 a 9 1 : u few clays after I the black's County lion line Twenty ch>in> to point of bcKinnlnu
When the bill wa* presented tho Manatee :Mollie Thomas, of Lake Butler In Rvetinn 1251, Townnhip ((7)). South of Itanuo I
; The books
tax will close the first I take this method of announclnir. that I Ia .
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the attended church here Sunday."SAMPSON ((20) E. excrptlnif EUht: acrra more or "I i i conveyed .
I demurred saying( .
L2J3T14J516 authorities candidate for County Com
1011 ion .
mini
of (
day April as the law directs. by Carter New.om and wife to M ra. L. |I t r r }h
No. 8, of Raiford
The thinIdrr.JClcd trict and I I" .
mate should pay. 1'li'ose) take notice and govern yourselves V. Dowlnn by Deed rinted February 16th oom,0'd y
along until Col. I'. O. Knight took the CITY. accordingly. 19111. and, It..o..h.d In Hook ((22)) on pane 279AuKUHt I voting the p..lnol.district I el..td 1 nhaM ,Mrfive '"
i 1711811972 212223 ( ) (cood w i .
; matter up and brought' action in the B. M. DOW t ING. 14th. 1U17 contalninir. Mere' more a mcmbi-r of the board. I r pectfuU\ > "..
of the soldiis ;Mr. A. K. nr .111*. A]1.0 britinnlnir. Kiuhly. chalnn Wmt ofNorthH .
behalf
"eiriint court here in Sampson City Mar. 13.- 2-1-bt Tux Collector. the aupport of tho voters nt the commution. ,
>ARt of Section ((26) Townithlp
% M27282SfcWa \ \ who had already' been mustered Smith made a business trip to Graham (171, 8. Unnito cornrr 120) K, and run ttauth 340 ft I>. W. KEDIM '

; int.i the federal army. He won the Thursday and. Friday.Mr. NOTICE to a point of lieffinninir.. thence South 9HO feet I

I .- .- - "case: and ;Manatee county appealed to I K. .. Ilardci1 motored over to 1 J. the undersigned, will apply to the thrnco Wi-ut 12H4 feet thence North 080 feet I COUNTV announce COMMISSIONER myself aa DISTRICT a cnnduluthi -, ,
thence Eimt 12N4 feet to the point of beitlnnlnic hereby
I MIIHSTIAN SOUUEKS.: the state supremo court, which now ThpresHii! Friday. He was accompanied board of pardons at their next meeting in Section 125)) Townahln (71 South of Ramie office. of county e.mml..lunn fnr 1.\W"IISi( HI WAKHy hiis handed down n decision upholding by his wile! and, children.IKputy for the re-instatement of my pardon (101! K. containlnit 2U acre* more or leiH. In 4. I elrcted I shall work for the (>..
.- I Judge Rubles of the circuit court. H Sheriff Walridtfe/ of Hawthorne revoked by them. Dan Canton. nil 141 ncrea. more or lemi. ten-sta the county and on this bU'1 1 t ,.
I tho soldiers will get thisi..i. I visiting friends here Sun- This thx 1-1 of March A. Thin ISth dny of February. 1018. the aupport of the voters In the primu *.
( Kirhnnl:. 1 II. Kilmond... Editor; of probable! was day V. 1918.V R. A. NEWSOM June 4th. T. P.VI
.1..... tf.f/irn. .,_. __ thcv. ,_embark.
ManufurturerH Keoord ) ..'u.. ...., ....*.tn.u.. .n., m .un dav.Mr. Cunrdian fop Sebnr Newmm Kuth NVwaorn nndAltn
1 \ fur France. ( and ;Mrs. Ed Sullivan of ;Mulliifrry. \ henever You (Need a General Tonic Now.om.Iino.! helm of Carter New- J hereby announce my cnndM-icy for (
" Suviijti-ry, in comfiiiriflori.vith which. were visitin/ relatives here Take Grove's. I Mom nnd Laura %':ew.om. decenaed.. ty Commissioner for the Slnrko C'rntrier's '
, the tomahawk and the poisoned arrow SIIIP IKNT: oi' ri.oi'i;. 2-1J-Bt. District und respectfully i illicit tin
Fri.liiy.Mr. I
: of old has The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Hiik-rntion" nnd support of theoters i -
tit the were Bnintly
Huvnires I '
We have just received! another carof : A. K. Smith and Guy Prescott
I awful chill Tonic is equally valuable cuminu primary. If elected 1 v.l I do mtounrd "
raised itu head nnd Ktrikes its as a NOTICE OF ELECTIONHy
m.innnel Nellie ,
Diamond! Self motored to Starke Tuesday.Mr n Nd! b. inuss admiiiiulrktiunuiriilrs
General Tonic because it contains the the vented in them by tho Pi'hool
into the heart of civilixation. power
fariffH deep) King Flour fresh from the mills and : U. II. Smith an.l daughter, ;Muriel I well known tonic properties QUININIJ I.n"r the Stnle of Kloridn.' the Ilonrd, of. I of the cjuntv.
we. are HellinIt to our customers of Hawthorne, ;Miss Gladys and IKON. 1'ublie Inntrurtion of Itrndford countv herebyordrr I l.EO. C. LIVIVf.STO1.'
It acts the Liver Drives
\Vnmen, pure nnd holy iwoct ns the mighty cheap.A. of :Macon (!ia., and :Mr.( J. on tin elcclion to .Inheld nt the following!
ntiKeltt "f ( '0d, arcravinlud, hy 1 hestlnlLruteH mnn IInr-I' out Milaria. Rnriches the Blood and prorinct. and plnceH on llm Thirteenth dny of A numlier of friends nnd fi'nw tihnve ,
ANDREWS & SON relatives
whoseIcncliinfTH for yi-urs' hnv,- Kchnitzler were visitinp Duilds up the Whale System. 60 cents. Xliril. A. l> IM! ". for the ptirnoie of electlnuthree requested rIP ,i run for Voiiii"from
Raiford!, Fla. Tuesday.iMr. trnnti-iMt' nnd to determine the nrnount of the StnrUo dKl"lct, ar.'l I lui'tnnnounci I
lieen, to takiwhutrvcr you wiint whr ---- -,- . ------- Kny Goodie vibltrd (.. -I I mlllnitt to be iissijHcn.For ment of v y Candida, v f"r ,
ever nnd whennvcr you have the power A Japanese' varnish tree in the garden New River CLEKK'S KFPOHT.Sltrki the ,ptirpiwe. of holilinir, until election. thefollowlnir flee. If eleeteil I i.hli) >ri\u oiv' .. t < '
Sunday.Mis
of liunls, of mcini-y, nnd of all other of Mrs. A. E.: Moitt is now in full : '. -. 111. March !>. 1111 A. nnrnod mannrerv hnve been aMiolntrd toward ,1..hlr.ln. chit ..I tr ihe '
forms nf niuti'i'iitl thiriu" iind of i Gladys 1'rescott spent two daysdf Ki'purt of the cli rk of the circuit, court in : JESSE T1IOMrorxTY : \ -
bloom., These) trcns are very scarce weel in Starke.3IU nml for Ilradford' rlnriiln. .
last nlntrlct ,
ctmnly. account No.
< on 3. Stnrke L. C. Powell. C. I -- - -- --- -
nil the holier und mori1 ,pricelesathilllfH and their' flowers urp handsome-'. : >=i Violet Chapman, of Putnam of tiixis HHM-tn4fr for the yt-iir" I'.tlT." IV'-k! nnd .t. C. I'oppell. roMMissiosEit DISTKKT .
of lilo.Innorenl --- .-- . -- Saturday and Sunday here. II. M. I 1)0\VI.IX(1.) OIHI lrlct, N... 4, l.i nir. lirldireB.. F. Uenfroo, 1 hereby nnnounco m>self n cntidiilii1'reelection
JInll
hllhi,'", \vho c lispinfr tonK- SAI.IOI1: 'I IRKS: spent( Tax Collector. S. C. Cretin. J. E. Adklnii.DiHlrlet '' for County Commisaioner i l ltrict
County I'rtiper. No.7. Rn".klyn R. C. Ileinerwr.Fred the of thedcmocratu .
l'l'hlllllllllll whose To B. to >
UOK wonilorinj eyes A sale of tires nt greatly r..duc.1'II'II''M I.AKI: MITMK; : IIAVHHAY F.h. 1 1. to bill due County Proper Clovernettle. Jamea Pmlirett.DlBtrlct subjivt a.l..n, I

liKhl (he pnthwn.v to J lli-nvtn, arc" killed for the next ten days : I TII H 1-:1: ,: <"I.\l"r\l'tL\ Kund, ___. . ...._. __ _. ____ __ ___.._. 8.841).SOHy No. in. VandiTulll-F.. Norman. I continue to,.lmary.irive the If duties of the protn ntln.earnest .
thouirh thi-y ravenousbenslu. unit collected . 310.07Steh I.. I,. Cttnner. J. (3. .
fin wi're Crewa.Dlntrlct
/ Sl/e Plain .Non-Skid, Tubes - -- --- ------ I attention. II. D. M I \ \
and thfir suffci'iiurs jibed, athy No 11. (1rllh"mII.: Ilohcrtn. | .
:lIIxl: $10.7:; $I.UI:! $::1.10W (Continued From PURO 1.) ] 1. to bal duo -- -- ------.------ 8. OP.ta Chenley F"...... O. Pvnl.Dlntrlet .
tin; inhuman Dion-tiers turmvl IOOHI* : :I'' 1 $1.7:! :; $11.7:; $::..&0 IiminniteFob. . No. 12. New Ttlver! J. J. Cotaon, C. M t: IEI SCHOOL HO \m ""ISTII 1
lillcil with all the vilene s of thi-ir 1. to bnl due County Drainairc I W. Andivwn. S I'. Cnion.rJIntriot I., f. I
hell-lieKuttiTi liven. :::1 lxt I $17.7."i Sli'.OO!' $.1.5:! nnimnl under control, whU-h, no ,doubt Fund ._., .___ ..__.___-.-__.____. 3.06T.10 No. "IB. IMIhnintl N. D. Green. him n; ciindditv for Menihi:: r.h'rlh'; > (
:I'-.v.-i:: JU.no ''j1..fIfI; $:\\M; ______.________ ____
FI.ld"11'1' tnmli? di" i III.'I"', rhurchi"and litiniirht have done had the lines rerun Dy "mt collected 112.2HMch |)iw Irddiah J. Parmenter.TMiitrict Schixil lionnl from Uintrict No. 1 'iSttin.: :'
:: ixl I $//lUIH! $:i>o.i.-;, *;ri.l3: ineil, intact. The children were not No. 17, Hontdruin E. Moore, E M. Ln..y.) nn'l ..liit llu ,
rnlheilriiN iirr- blotted out wolls _.__._______ ____ .UI'J'I'
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1'1'JnilTL.ISIZI.'li I! \\ OUKSStjrkr 1. to bnl duo 3.HI.DOC Colemnn. M M. rirllfia.Dlatrlct : tori nt the citm:>" ,: II'h"ar) . WI .
art 1"iMon"II.Iohol." .. villages'' nre swept l-'lu. I I injnrrtl.The ounty Kond. and IlrldireKeh. .. No. 1H. I'roiikerA.. \. Itiu r.. I.. I'owetl IH ileep'y! 'interested in tilt '1.1, >,
nil hy the Ix-som of dcslriiflion, nnd same afternoon Chai. Crawford 1. to tiitl' due County lioad and ,\. Krownf II. P. Guiney.DlHtrlct I our public nch'H'l uynm.Thiinlich I
brother of the 111.00"11': Crawford llrliliro. Fund _____._____.___.___. _1..2U.ll No. 2B. I.awley-J. II. !MiHirc. G. W.
liwful di-vnstatinn unequalod in all the a Ily umt collected. .-,_.. ._____________ CBL'.HIl Drown. T. .1. Terry.
lunjj years nf rnnri's cxiylencu ! No. the solicitation. of my frieti '
/ (; 1 ; hiM hunil tiv t.ettinLi!* it cnutrht in a single .M.I...,. t. '.. t...! ,I..a . ..Q'. _" .O... , : tr: I,27.,, Ion J. C. llaulenon I h't* .liv nnnoiineo tnvwelf it cnnilidute, f, t
r/l\'nH dormaiiy uccurxeilnrmy - - - - n. . in n
:.Millions the j tree i: while attempting to adjust Fine; ;and; Forfeiture; ; FundFeb. ; .. 2S. Xiir, R. P. Lowi. Frunk ns member of the county ..school l I. )
moves. nj men, .
/ Mar. la.:! Wyntt A. ToyInr .. .
which 1. to bal due Kino ami Forfeiturelun.l W. Lewis.ISiitnedl JSo. I. If electml I w.1 ut\- i ,
to harrow "I-r.
tlnwer of thlIoorlI'! ,* civilization, have was here Monday\ in the interest of norne of the gear a _._..... 8.7S9.73 .: .1 E. R. 1..h.\n interests of the county bet -. .
with their lii'>ili<'.-< f"rtilifd! n thousafdluitllrficlds the Christian "Kmloiivor: work. ho vrai operating his farm. llr. J.K. By umt collected 143.74 County Superintendent IOPltI.L. in the future us 1 Imve tloiu ,
called and rendered thenerl'8Rary the pnst. I f"el that 1 In position In. ."
nnd rnillions of >hnnedchildren : :lIILinI.'K'IIK :March 6, am
orr left IIIA.POLTICAL
;Miss Kvu: Williums Saturday
attention to the injured.Almey !Mrh I. to bal due _._ 3,643.1)9 better service the next two years than the ] L
anil, widows, fat hern and for Madison whue: bhe has entered reh 1. lo ba Idue County School term and 1 ''I""tull solicit, the stipn| .
mothers nnd, sweethearts !In-reft, of the Normal.Miss the 8-year-old son of J. F. Fun.l .. _17, SS.4I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I the voters. J. C. McRAK:

loved 1 ones' dearer than life itself rry Kva; Hodges arrived Saturday Alderman, of Sapp, had the misfortune Uy nml colli'ctei) ___.- 6 0.10 + ASNOUCE IESTS. +

to Heaven from hearts crushed by'iirth's f nun ;\la'l'I"lmy.heru hhe hits been tu get harrow his ankle liadly lacerated' Mch 1. to bal due ...17,005.31 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I MEMBER I OF announce SCHOOL BUARDDIST.. NO' :r
a cutaway having run com hereby myself .
mont C"llI'f"llInll'uih. and still
the of relatives' for the few County Poll
truest past FOR ..
1. the vtTico of of school board f f -rDistrict .
the awful reijrn of ruin anil tleulh Koeson. weeks.Mrs.. pletely over it. The boy with his Fell 1. to tml, clue County Poll .- 051.00 I am REPRESENTATIVEGROUP momne.hp, In the No.2.m.mlX.eomprisinK. Lake Ilutlu,. It.i .

: Seals left Friday for West father was riding, it, when in Home Ily Htiit collected -.. HI.00Mch Houae of n.n.enloUv. and hereby announce ford \ .. Providence., Palestine I I'
And why nil thU sutrerinif ? way he fell off with the above result. my .Rnlld..y Group 1 In the com inn pri elected. 1 promise Ui perform tho dutiea of I'itolfic \
Florida where hhe is the of relatives .
guest 1. to bal line 873.00 '
1 theso murdc'red, He was brought to Lake Ilutlcr and m.r. that I know the neeua of ou to the best of ability. ?
Why nlt'n. women Total Sub-School.
nnd friends.The and
' county atnte In a 'leitialntive way and .. P. M. PADGETr
l \nd rhililren], ? newly organized: Columbian received medical attention from Dr. Feb" 1. To bal duo Total nibschoolFuml in RlM-en chief clerk of the Hmiae for the .,...
J. K. Ma.im.-s and Dr. Seebcr King. He _.-.- 7.1SD.41 ion of 1017. I familiar
" Why these broken, hearts ? Woodmen, held well attended meeting am with the proceedinm FOR MEMI1F.K SCHOOL BOARD. NO 3. I
a .
By amt collected 213.7:
', I Why the hones of |,ial>ies and, their ;Monday evening. State Organizer is doing very nicely at this time. democratic of anid by. I .ol.it the aupport of all I tukc thla method of ms, thm, ![

L.) .. mothers; Mi-arhinir, the pathways Valentine', of Jacksonville, waspresent Other :Newt"* Items :Mch I. to 1ml due ..... 6,958.69 faithful and efficient. .. .... elected, R. A., GREE p.ml.. nm a ."ndiml. for re-election us a m.','. f
' '' Loi the little ] : of the IJoard for v.
through the forct-ts and over thu snow Draper, nine-yenr-oU)] Total !Sub-Hchonl Dunlin.Keb DIHtr.t
and added much to the interest .
3. 'DurinK. the pnitt 1 have '
I" i .daughter of Prof and :Mrs. S. A. Dra I. to bill due Total. SubSchoolllondl I'n
; mid i iee they lied from : FOR R
as burning ; .
of the meeting.Miss / _._. 6.Bi3.27!> PRF.SESTATn'EGRO'P TWO to Kive the school 1 of the county K I
homes to the rnvit her8 "t.VIIH cnrired to St. Vincent's hospital I hereby service. If reflected. I ahntl continue, .
escape > on- : :Minnie Ifodircs' is home again Uy ami collected' ._ .-- 187.37 In t u> J
rominp ? I ] at Jacksonville for an operation Oru. Two for re-nomiantlon for the office low tins policy. '1'. II. P1MIOLS7M.
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'
t lifter cloMing n most successful tel'mof ,
Why? / to remove pus from her side, caused ]Mfh 1 I. to bnl due .. ._.-.- B.41IB.HO! Representative In the 1"I.lalllr from
'.. school at :Moniar. (ia. I lutMtnntling Indebtedness Fund Mrailford county, aiibject to action, of the ,
!, Jtei-aiise (irrmany through the years Major and Mrs.' I.. A. Odum, state hy l nn acute attack pleurisy.. She Fen I. tn bnl 'ilue 3,71flriSHy Democratic primary election to he hrld In How Spain, Got Name.
' : hat! been )>pliinnin its helldevisedscheme superintendents nil
t nf conquest' its )plan for world ;Monday nnd Tuesday here, to attend j i when Iicanl from her by phone. She and was11It''ompuni'd Dr.Kinp Moll 1. In Iml.\ due . .''l.ltilo.HIV. promls.\"I.r a fnithful at pnid dl.ehl..p IVmoerntle of primnrv my duty wnd If !rvnlnaulii. The wiI'l l IK. nt'1'nrJinc !-

I domination! liaseil on a delinite, predetermined the annual moetini( of the dirL-ctnr! *, by parents T WEEKS.Seal I' '.nm honored with roi'littion l 0 KI'CH! /iMHlinrit.v.' ili'rlx'cil fi ,:.:
rimipiiifrn' of wurltlwiiloIntrivcin whirh \\ai held in the Christian ehureh 1 ; ( i rlerk Circuit Court lt A. S. CREWS.FOI '
/ ami 1 lyinir and thii-vint nnd Monday e\ening./ Chairman A. A.lUinten I Mr. Raiford ,\. Carver, our formerexpre the I'linli' Slinfiiii-rn'iliit. This .11.1- .

) murder aiul 1 rape (hut Kaiser Wilhelm, presided. and! after the year'swork I' < Hiigent! has accepted' a position + + + + + + + + + + . + + y + + COMMISSIONilSTHIT! Ml. I I mil li:.s lici I vt-ry iniiiii-rntH In t!.>-

the Myphililit'hilt! of syphilitic parentaire had been "ullin.,1 by Mr.I Odum us assistant railroad agent at Hampton. + LEGAL N 0 TICKS .. 1 (h r.-hv imnounrf( thnl, I nm M cnndnlnteyr ( nmiiry, nfii-n ,ili'.striiyliij, ; \I li, 'i
'' oiinly ,1111111 a"i"nei' ,
1'- anil hit rotten-hearted rottensutileil and financial: I lepnrt discussed nnd 'I :Mr.! Carver is u young man of + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I niMilfnre nnd rulotineoiinu fO' IlKtrtrt' \. i nnd 1 (r"p.frh'll fi>rrpts wore 1 ki'i[ r olrlc
1'; ) 'liiiie might build /good character and! habits and attends s.ectfllMj-| -olK-ll Ih.| Ir"r'.I. tin ,
militiiry < | a cepted, addresses were delivered HIIiU| >'lt , \ i ( iinliiuiN nut uf 11.,1', iin.
!SIIF.HIFF'.H SALEN'otiro 'I.r
world empire. for their UKgrnndicment a""j I to business.Dr. lit lie conilnv 1 "".oV led ,,no It. ,. find , .
tlio rnlililt ,
(C. N. I'arher of uftuu
1'iilatlui. nnd ( Ic.r
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I
I* liiT ly Ihiit I. W. : will "e my he l \\e
't and! tin,* perpetual I oftlinmselves / Henry C. C-arver, coruvtod with im.n' .Ir..o ( he ",','r, r"lr"l >
power .
T. I. Hull.Mrs. the
.f
Murphy, IIUOf'e son. iheritf of Hrndr.n.l ('l>lIlIly. Slate I.:1'1.or'l ruMic o. V. DROOKS. on "le c"IUH.
:
-1.' '. : .and. their descendants.1.H . I K.: ,\.. I'hilmtin of Tifton On., I II .Uncle.... .. ..Sam's.. .... dental.. .. .department.. ,, ,.. who itln. :.._under.. .:! anil I.I.hy. .virtue. ..nf tlint. _',':.0:: :' . \ lnll-b
Jlus is ihe uipsciipalilf\ tact Th..isI returned to her homu\ /Sunday, lifter it n.. ",.. ..:.... .I" .. I'..,..,. 'It... .. . ."..".0 ". .. ... "'OO. ".... .. ".., '" ...... .."...-r .... .....

I the mild l clog that "LIt la.-ge. This I ,pleasant visit l with lier parents, ;Mr.and been, transferred to :>OtWIt'"it'o.: ; of .the niriiinst Circuit t E.Ci.uit It. df Chiinriler.llriiilfonl Josephine County. FlorItln. nad- ****** *** ** ** *

is: the roaring lion ,,('Iklntll ttevour Last Suntlay ;Mr. ..J.V.. Townsend .
j.V.
:Mrs. T. .1. | itird>>n.Iliimpton Samuel Chandler anil in favor of Andrews
[I jour wife and other loved <.ne < an-l I Lodge N'i". 111.: !> F. & A. ;M., m.'t with a heavy loss when a bolt of Him nml dnled the lifith dny of J'.b.rll..ry. -
I your country, and you n-.ust either held n regular coniinunicntion Friday I lightning struck and instantly killed ,\. I>. l'If'' l will offer for Kale nnd will | THE POLICY IN TH EPO CKET
''two fine mules in his l lot and Hell to the hiirheHt hitltler and hiiit' bltMvr for :
: light and! if injuredanother.
or run,
are
youim
; you "pnill!:. Amonjf othor items of pleasant cimh. at the Court Holme door In the Town ofStnrke.
I sure to be dentroyeil.l'lght business was a Irtter from J:. I 11. These mules were valued) at Bradford County. Florida. an Monday.
I then we imi.st, and as sure as Clayton, of Fort llliss Texas who $11111| e.iih.Mr. April 1st. 11MS. the name belnir a 'legal sales' !il
,
day of mild (Court ditrinu the lewal hour of worth a dozen in prospect. Do not
I God: is in Heaven nn sure as rij'ht is : W. A. Pailey wns a business visitor *
itttend.'int of thn
was once a regular/ Kale\ the following dmertlieil real estate' fltunted
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I better than might us sure as. good 1 i is lodge nnd retain his> membership at to Iluiford' Tuesday.Mi'SRr lielnir. nnd l h ini. in Bradford. County. delay to get. ynur Fire Insurance Policy -
superior to ,evil as sure as lleiiven i is this '.ice. ; ". Warren and George; (Coffin --"

I better' than !hell' we shall win thuughtho The Hampton hram-h of the .Ameri of Johnstown, visited Lake UutlerTuesday. To Cure a Cold In One Day. made out and in your poitettion

way may be long and Moody.Let can I Ked Cross will give a box supper Take. IA.XAT1VI." IKQuinine... ItatopitlieCoiiKh You never know when or where afire
us then glory in the contest. Friday 1"'I'ninl11I1'h; U'Jnd:! nt the :Miss Kuth Coflln, of Johnstown ntiti MeH.'iJie "n'l wurku off the Cold.,

1 lift us pit our rill'hlllll,1 truth againstGermany's :Ma..onic hall the proceed* to bo invested spent the day with friends in Lake Drill K. W.ci-,I.KOVl-*'* rei-iml, ... :- v-w ti v r it.ill it t it.llvy.1..1.0. \ .c.' i* going to break out. Be prepared -

s-itan-dcvixcd might. Let usentrr in knitting yarn. The ladies ofthe Hutler.Mr.. for it at all time* even if it nevcr

upon the' crusatlt'i-'s spirit of 01.1 l lund I lied Cross here ]liave used, all the John Xichols returned Tuesday t
.
thank God that we fight under IIi>. yarn obtained I through the Christmas from u ,pleasant'( visit at Jacksonville happen* The co t of maintaining

1 banner and in lln ( '1111"". membership. drisimid the work is and St. Augustine.Mr. a good polico ia very small if you will
Then ""Onward Christian Soldiers" neat und complimi-nt.iry. and Mrs. ;M. J. Sapp. of New,

for the very angels of Heaven might The attention of tht1 public it invited l Kiver, spent the week-end with friends! let u* write it. But your protection

envy you this supreme oppoitunity to tu Postal 1 (11'.11'0.; 11 in, increasing in our city.Mr. will be perfect then.
sacrifice that you in a/ save cjvilua- the'weight parrel post packages Lacy Cason was a busliies-:, --
tion from \barbarism, Christianity: itor to Lake Hutler Monday.Mr. "
to 7i> pound* in the lirst second. and
from atheism, women and children Lester Hoberts. of ('nm"Vh"'I
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third zones, and to fid) pound* in any .
from brutish beast*, and hear the er, is home on a fur'lough.'isitin/(' -
zone, effective March 15th.; This does
plaudit! of \1.1"h'-"Wdl; ,done, not npnly to parcels for soldiers inFrance. friends and relatives.Mr. ( JOS. E. WILSON
I and 1 nnj :Mrs. S. A.
pirn faithful servant enter thou Such parcels uit> limited to Draper were I
Into the joy uf thy Lord." 7 pounds.Prof. . I day.business visitors to Jacksonville Sun SATISFIEDbecause

I K. A. fireen, of Starke, candidate
.\ TO \:01': TO TluTTLAG.Here's : :. for Miss Thelma S'h11'iKitl'd Kaiford STARKE
representative, win renewing/ he used
: ) .
to the red of itThere's .- : acquaintances here Saturday. I'rof. Monday.Mr.

not a thread of it, ( irecn was principal cif the high school ; Leslie Townsend. of the Jones FLORIA.'I.

No: nor a shred of it hero during the 1UK>-17 term uml has Undertaking) Co., of Starke, accompanied Harrisons"Town .

In nil the spread of it many friend* here. liy, ;\11'. E. J. Henton were in I i
Lake Hutler last Wednesday. Mr. -
From foot to head ---
15ut heroes bleil. for it, GUILFORD. Townsend, brought the cotFiin box for & Country"and I : .

Kneed steel and, lead. for it, .- the rejiiitins' of :III'. J. D. l'a Precious Mr. i D. C. Jones brought over the body
shed it
blood for
Uathing it Red.Here's (iuilfon'. ;Mar. 12.-This tine wenther last night accompanied by dipt Sam does not have ""
makes the farmers of this community
llryun of the :Seaboard: Air Line Hail-
to the white of it- plant their 11U8 crops.Mr. roml, Company.MKUCIIA.Vr. to paint as often

Thrilled by tlie! siht| of it. ;Mack Thomas of Worthinuton .

Who knows thr rght of it passed through here Sunday, c-nroute : : LOSES LICKNSEA The of additional
the to SuwnniH'o he I years
But feels might "fit county, where wa -- ,

Through day und night united in marriage: to :Miss Annie Nelson. I- Tampa merchant, L. Liebovitz, wear and looks are the :

Womanhood's care for. it They will make their home rear has the distinction. of being the first JACKSONVlllE FLA ,

;Made manhood dare for it, Worthington. where )Ir. Thomas has person i in Florida to lose license to result of nearly a century ,

Purity'* prayer for it been living. Their mnny friends' \ jllh operate n business under the United and ,
Keeps it for While.S' them II long, happy life.We iStiites: Food) ,Administration through a quarter of experience 4I

Here's to the blue of it- have re-organi/.ed our Sunday- an order uf Hon. llraxton Ueachnm I issued in paint making

)j n"tlult"JH'i..w of it, school and we invite "'I'MTybody to attend. on the 7th which suspended the OLDEST

Heavenly hue of it. license of Liebovitz.( The defendant. ( I *

I Star-spangles dew of it. :\11'. 1>. \\". :Muttox nf. Palestine, was was charged with having/ sold: wheat Our Portfolio oj Homes

Constant and true. in our community Saturday. flour without conforming to the law in colors shows : ESTABL/StlED
for The meusles. mumps and roseolanre 114 regnnU selling wheat substitutes many
States stand it.
Diadems gleum supreme for it.Ilbfrty' getting very thick in our commun of 'Ilmlll"o..nt. to that of wheat flour.anil combinations! "T &C" i SEED HOUSE

beam for it. ity. also: gelling wheat flour at a price
brightens th* Hlue.I Master K,,y Pougkm made n l ui- higher thnn that allowed\ by the FondAdministration. to select from. It's I
nell strip to Lake Butler Saturday.. The hearing was IN

I. Here's to the whole of it- Dr. Kin ir, of Lake Butler was a conducted nt Tnmpa and evidence in yours for the asking FLORIDA

Stars, stripes and pole of it, business visitor here Saturday.Mrs. : the case! wa submitted by HiitTurd

Italy nnd soul cf it ; Digger/ William?, who has been Jones! food .iilministrntor of Hillsborough i S
On to the /goal of it, very nick is improving! rapidly. county Liebovit/ was represented Sf.VKKK: II \IU>'. AIIE: CO NO FOR CATALOG ANO

Carry it through./ Mr. .1., E. Dougla and son, Hi ley, hy an attorney nnd despite the

Home or abroad for it, nu.tori'd over to1 r. C. \\'. William fact that he had' written n letter previou STAKKK.: I F"1 1

llnshcath the sworil for it, son's in Columbia (county one day last to the trial that was damaging ,

1'ight in accord for i it, vseek.Mr.. to his teitimony, .stoutly pleaded) ( not .. I
Ked White anti HIucI atitl Mr.W.. H. Alderman' wore !guilty. Severn witnesses! were intrn- -'l'n\ I

-John Jay Daly. culled!! to the bedside' of their son, )(1'. ducod by the Food Administration and i



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1.\H(11 U, 1918.
hRVDFOni COUNTY TELFGRAPI1. ST.\HI\.F., FLORID.
.. .. PACE FIVEI
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sec the auto nips and veils alhrlght's plotted the destruction of the
llugfo- FOR SALE Second-hand watron.Juitrley FOR SALE1017 Ford condition
in Rood
[lllInery.I nuts, and, Ameuca> of the present.n ( Lumber & Supply ('o., Must bo sold at once on a' .
I "lnl"I"l'allI": :Mr. dulHth; has set Marko.FOlt .
count of ,
%f Bits I Mi.s Ltlle Kiti-h. of Valdosta, [is the a Klandiiid! >f colossal production owner l..iI1JlclIlI'd for milttill' -
of LocalInformation K A. ,
., ilutv. Nevvsom, StnrKe,11if
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nw g,.> of her uncle :Mr. N. T. Ritch. which it is doubted he himself willever SA [,Desirable. vacant lot two :

be able to outclass Never h,'. hundred I by one hundred feet Town '
Mi-, Call :Moaelcy nnd children, ofI fore, it is said! )have stage settings of Hampton, t'la., O. K. Prince '-
I ,\\t.'v' visited :Mr and :Miss Law been seen to equal in size or matrnitiience Dado City. "It.15.12t: :! FOR SAf.I'o'lnl'l.ll: \ : Peanut Seed
i iue\ :Mo-elex here the (list of the the tienu'ndoiicdillies Mrintllth .
\: ------ -- spri'iuliii kind! fOil' ) pi'r bu; one
VVl", k. (i \ leiued" to !lepioduce the hiiiro KOI It! s\ir: : OneFold\ touting ,'111' hundred day whet 1 beans $:J!.10 per
Gr..6iO.r l..G, 7.jM..r aaI walls of Habvlon, the palace of HelIm'ai and! :J guild) voting soil, 1 hors s, Sill bit. Ked ( 'ob ::iid' ,( I'"..n $abll; ) per
Trar/r..a M u'e. c..1 T.r,. Mi and) :Mrs( 1'ln1\'r; Lazone and and the temple of I'aal Astounding
at --uiitiei prier. >:ei Sam: Knsi_ bu I":. I I.. 1'1'1'Idlll".h.: FluSpring ,
:Mi-s :May Blossomill", motoredto aic the ancient world splendors "I'eig, Starke.: :!::.!:. -r.t.
L, I umlicttcm, N. ('., lost week where I of the VMXiderful] palace with its .
they will open their show next week. great hall overn mile long, and! its golden -

Brlsc'' ".thi wondei mi," 1', 11' I.unn; i'?uiiitv agricultural/ statue of )hhtar, the Goddess of
--------. airi( 'nt, I is at inline .( state meeting of Mr. and :Mrs. 1. T. Ql1lltlp11'. and Lov.. :
Ellery hays attended the Fan in county .iKints M.nianna:: Jackson :Mrs 1.. J. Wjnn and :Miss Lena Quitf- Prices for admission[ to this unu.uulllttrn..tion ..- ;
Jacksonville Saturday county. ', of which :Marianna i< the Icy were visitors to Jalckl:1011'ilIc1011: : are :&.!:> and fiO cents, for 11
Chufas and seed! peanuts. N B. Hull county sit. was one of the first counties dsy.Mr.. both' matinee and night BeautiesThere
in |Florida to be infested by the .

Mrs W B Harvard spent :Mondayin cotton boll weevil' The farmers of : E.. K. Perryiimn came down from 1I.n'I.O"TEU11' : :; : .-;. ;
Waldo with relatives.: the county have about quit growing Camp' Jackson! IliotlturrlllY and spent
,'ottllnll1d have' turned their attentionto several ditja with his sister, :Mrs L. :\ and Mrs August Stein of
} $1 work shuts for 75 cents. Cash peanuts and other products It was A. Davis Starke, announce the marriage of
Department Store. for thepuiposc of giving' the county their daughter, Elsie: Berth; to :Mr. is no other term. that can fully describethe

agents an opportunity to study Mr: Frank U Lane returned to Camp Albert Hartman, of Rockford, Illinois. exquisite creation in our new line of
:Miss Clara :Moitt is the truest: of relatives these changed conditions that the present Wheeler] Sunday afternoon, after a on February :.Mh! at St Paul's !Lutheran
in ,Ta<'k';onville this week.E meeting/ was called Marianna.. short furlough spent, with hill mother parsonage, the R.Otlo (JruneroHic'iatmg
Whl'n11', (!inn returns he will be :Mi.II, C. H haul. The bride' !looked charming SPRING MILLINERYThe

Special sale going on at the CashDepartment. able to tell Bradford county farmers !in her I lieautiful suit of ilaik) blue serge
about the Jackson county oil mills and :\[[IISirinm; [ Hoffman, who has and corsage bouquet| of white roses,
u Store.
many other interesting developmentsthat spent the past month with her aunt, After the eciemoiiv a wedding! dinner woman may be thankful that the Government
have followed the destruction of Mrs: J. R Davis returned to her homein was served at the homo of; the] has ordered conservation of hats.
is K; I unovu was attending to business the cotton business in that part of the Jacksonville last Friday. groom the decorations being in pink) not :

in the metropolis Tuesday.I"Vrd state. and white, Later II reception was. heldat They are still allowed to :adorn the head with t

Mr R. S. Powell received, a telegram the )home which the young couple the most beautiful creations. of the millineryart.
n ", l top and back curtain for $10. Special prices on seed Irish potatoes AVeilnesdav announcing illness will iiuiipv'. about one hundred guests
f M teuton, Starke. Red Bliss Hose ,1 and Irish of his eon, ("has Powell at Camp being piesentMr .
--- ('obblei I'lant uny time this month. Jackson, (Columbia S C. The young : Haitniaii. has I been !living/ with '
J. :M Mid-hi.11 business visitor[ Hull's 'I hat is just what \ve h.lS'l'uft..1 for
was a Store. man is sulTcMini from an attack of her mint :Mrsm. Stein, Mine e-oni- your
to ink ( 'its the first of the week. pneumonia tins( it is f'nre,1I is Her' ing to ]Rockford early lust spring. inspection/ and ask you to call and see the pattern -
Miss Jeannette ;Matthews n member lously ill. Ml Powell I left Iv, the tint :Mr Itii it titan is the son ofIr': anti
Inure" line of the latest styles] in of the senior class Florida Mate Col- train to l hI' at t the bedside of hid Ron :Mrs. .L II. Mailman, of 71:!\ I.oomis hats now on display.We .

millmi M at Stump's. loge for Women at Tallahassc'i1, came Friends, of the young man and of the, street and is a depailment/ brad. at
home to spend t the week-end returning family feel the keenest interest in the the ('ntI.t rinncinihsmn (Conipnnv.Tbc '. only ask a careful inspection. Thl'1 i k Oodcvill

I'eiiv Hover was a visitor to Jack- :Monday afternoon to her : outcome of hit .linen mid 1 all earnestly ouple !left inimediatelv. ] on a % sell themselves.' I
-onvilK. 1'ui-duj. tuJlel:1'l hope| that he will soon be restored short honi'ymoon" and will bo at hometo .
Mi and Mis U J, Cirillm to health. thru. lends; aftei. Aplil( I 1st in (heir

A full ]bin' of dress goods at Stern- lien went up to Jacksonville --- -- new .li.n.i......,.. ....t THI. _,. <.'....n".h.....;.........,....... elicit '
bei'J."S.:' afternoon ana returned home Sunday. n-o, :; (; :-0; EW11 -EH\'ICI': ': 'll'\l'lL IKnight s 1lviilllnery
I While in Jacksonville they were the t )( : Miiu\fi I : ; : JJJJIJ

A littli son was born to :Mr and "guests of Mr. and :Mrs W J. OiiflinSiijrin Jos IVilsoii, the insuinncp. mini ,

MrI I I. I U.) Green; on Thursday, the ha- secured set of ndvci tihcmentHfioni Tin' city council met in "ii' !ulai' session l STAKKL-l FLORIDA
t 7th m-t! I', 10 rents per pound; tomatoes the Oak) wood Advertising ('0" on :Mauli 6th, with the following\
I U:! cents per can; salt $1 l per (hicajro/ for use in his insurance business UK-utbrrs I pie-sent : I':. Malllnvvs: s,
Spruce slim- arc here Come in sack; lard special\ nli:! cents, at the first of the I series appearing chairiii.in, O. J. JrilTiti, D (', .lours 1. .
and 1 I". mud. Steinbeijj's. Cash Department Store. this week, and) we ask our renders, to W White
the ads closely, caili week.
pursue Upein motion it was" ordciied that
Col Ii, F.:'night and family spent :\1 r. L. I K Jordan has returned to They me well written, mid contain taxes on A. ,1 h Newman's estate bo lemitte'el -
facts worth while read and 'THE CHARM OF
Sunday with relatives and friends in Staike after a stay of several months many to .
tJ' Luke Itutlc-i at C'lenrwater. lie ill again with the consider Hill of Staike Telephone, Co. for tin
Young: 'Irudmf Company. light poles referred! to the street -
em
d' B\f-WEI.L.W.\Ii'ill'-O;: ; ::; :M ,MtKii -
---- committee for invent" i(gallon. THE ETON EFFECT
Break Cold with i i
jour or LaGrippe!
few of For jour spring and summer hat ': VN.NOUM:; ; ): : The htieel lommittee Was msti t uctc'd ,
a doses (6 6. tf
call at Stump's btoie Large line to take up with :Mr l I fling' the emptying ,
display. :Mrs J. L. Warren, of Stuike) announces eif .
now on storm his .
sewer on piopcrty ------- -- -- --- .
, :Mass ;Mvra Ailkms, of :New: River, Mr Charles Darby of :Madison, the marriage of her daughter :Mr] ', II. I':. I liiKcrKie' :. hat been visiting, nt the home of her f-pent the weekend here visiting ;M.ittic[ Lstellc:: to ;Mr. Arthur I. ositnin to the. town to le-i stublndi jroveinnunt Narrow Skirts and Sleeves Favored
Tight
uncle ('oj. A. Z. Adkins Lieut. Richard and 1'ivt Frank H. liaKsvvcll: of Atlnntn the wedding and Ceiaehinan minors ill the tJ

I Lane who were at home on u furlough having taken place March J in Jacksonville. I town of :Starke Upon, million mime''' ,
t Our straws are here-all kinds. was laid over to the next regular me'etinjr. for Spring _,
( Sternberg's. The wedding/ was u quiet one, the .
M 1'M" W. H!. Miztll: of WenthinKton, is u ceremony, w hie'It was witnessed, I by relatives I 1.i|;IHltillll of ..J.V.. Andrews, Jr, --
J. M. :Maxwell, a wel Iknown citizen Bradford county boy who recently vol- and a few intimate friendsiP as u ineinber, of the board of Imnd I trusties i

of Hampton, was transacting business unle'erel his scivicc-s as a member of the couple, being: I performed, by Rev was accepted 1 and I ( :ieo. (C. Living- !New: York, :March' I 1:1:I, I'HH with I the satin. They were not pateh 1
in Marke:,; :Monday the aviation section of the ,-irnf.l] Hr. W, A. Ilobson ill the parlors' of stein VMIS elected lei fill the unexpiteilte With Easter: only a few short wet'ks I pin l hut Is, merely, slits, 'but the I"1)p of I
corps. He enlisted at Jacksonville.Mr the First liaptist church away it liehooveit nil of us to look white VVIIK most Ictihmi;. Of course,
i 4. Eggs, ao! cents per dozen ut Cash The bride was unattended! and was Kund of Silas Kite, mathhal and, colJeetoi Hill-fully into. the mutter of our Hpiuitfwaidiobe : the jacket was lined with the satin
Department Store : and :Mrs' Nr, II. Stokes, daughter ;) harming in a becoming, : ,suit nf taupe ', for $:!,IIIIII.( ) Willill''pll'd.. (hat ix, if we have' not alleady loo. The one illUKlland, !' here his"
;Miss[ Elsie;] und son, Hel'b..rV'r,' Jersey clothvhile tl' illumines' of tur- Kund! of C. A. l-'uteh, e clerk for $.r>1111> dour HO The papers have been lloalint pMiieln' front and. back, gut; h-
;Miss :Mamie Pinholster hall returned! guests \\"l'tln"lIIhy nt the home of :Mr. eiuoise blue] and! ae-eehsones to month. was lIel''It.1., full lately of the reported' sayings of reed, at Ili' waiHtline] . Note thu odd

from Jacksonville, anti ii the guest of and :Mrs T. M. Williams.L I Her only ol'nnment1111 a diamond( Council adjourned to next tegulartmetinir : soldiers', iilliieis. and privates| r'gnrding way the bund. IH put em. Indued, therein
; 51is J. P, Qllill"y.! motel, the vi ft of the I brulecrooniMr. l C, A IjrCII I : the clothes' ..I' (tin.. Auierrrnn, woinan ii great ilea lot' braid, .being. used
F. I'ril 1 I', one of the substantial : and! Mrs Kafrflwcll' left immediately ('l,'rk. ,
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It nor v L I In' .1 I i"yful' siirhl i In iomeiiiln thus )" 'IU'. Anollii-i.. dress I Haw hadiiiiuikt
of the. Providence' ection, was! after the lemony for. a .
citizens - -
t town, from nl tin tiamiiiir" niseis of Mack the blue
About ten bushels Rood table (iota- inn : | satin in
trnnsnetin business in Stake Wednesday hi lof wedding! trip, nflt'rII I'h th..ywilli I'Udl'( ( l Irs (.. JlI.C 0)( 'M I'It: 1111.1;I I Ell.; .
toe, Irish veij. cheap. :N:. K Hull. be at home to I heir friends at Gnu, ;, rumps and ''see I iCtli ''I'IIUI', I I'lflh, avnuc seme vviusl, with 11"1'1'111.I braid woven -
-- - -------- I Hi raid I 1 1:111.-1'1'10':1 1 1 : i IllII) v\ 1'\1\1\: :: : (; < on ill i's-, paiudi', IIII II the. beau.ilkinjc over it ill the. way the. rhildrruweave
avenue, Atlanta, II ft. I' :?Mnnhlr.
:SL.Ima' :McMillan: [ spent Saturday This seaiiu' rflerm s in xvomcn's I ,. slops) of iiiloied! paper atxchoiil .
and ,siitul l Ii i\ in Jacksonville l with hath are ihe prettiest ere 1', non The I redo" is well known hen, and 1 I'mf 1 |II (I.i, I I'dmki l r r, of I Hi.I.and i who t .

heii; ,tii" r. Miss Rhoda( LaJ'I'It.n. Knitrht's :MiHinciv' has the !lest thedesigners her iiiiinv flu"oils will wish her hap\ o,'iiipnn tin than of philosophy at (till.irH, ( 'IIIT.II'Ir.'II, 'u ___
hI", <- put forth. Illness Slit t on University' textured, last 1.1"-
New uid stylish millinery at Sternbeijr's SIr., Dairswi: is a young. husnn ss Iii ri i'nniK it, tin high si hool aiiditniiiini Th"I'1'II',. many alt Irurtivi' ways tomain'
at populni pricesVhy (to nl'lu''I'intivt' nildie I Intolliii. and 1 lull'set. whirl add
pay man of Atlanta I and his !lurid will l I.twehomed u very "
moii ?! :Mr. and :Vi s, ... M. Alvarehud II'. by his many friends most in, ,i,, Ills Hiibjeit, being: "TheIliuh Kin. .II a Inui h to the iiiHtume. One ottho '
- -- -- week-end U..I', ; Lieutenants 1 11. '4. cordially on then ,return to I hlt city :School: liny" big sloies Ill"i'1' is fealurintr widiHiiilor I .

Ii) and, Mis..1., E. :Maincs, of LakeI I Howorth, KMJ 'Ionthon and A. Tlanof to icsidi', -Ti men.Union, Marih ,I. I'nif Illoeker clisiussid the three mllai-M' and drip. cuTs( with luifi-
Butler,'ic guests of Col. and :Mrs. nn K unI l'I 1- np r Johnston Hliim of a high, selieiol. boy's life - black spots on them henand then' ,
1). E Knight last Wednesday.If IIONOK: 1(1)11(i) VDIOKIl ( '(Ol I (':N- I the, III"W-ilil MtaK1'. the kneiw-nothint,. The xpots, aie tin size. of silver do I Ilain -
--- Call at the "riscoe Sales & Service '1'IIlfill I !S( IIOOL. stage and the know-some.thini; staKe in laiirii, and as you can easily
Company for n demonstration of the This |lecture. was full of si'"nous rut It" undeiHland, there. nutrio rr than
you iro fishing, you need u little Rnscoe. t the c''r with a "Half ;Million relieved I by wit and humor and the l are
eampmir stove Come in and let us ." First (:irude 1 -I 1'.111'1Ilnuin' : Dan two 01 (Ii ru'r to tin inllar Double' collars
Dollar Mator.Ir. audience was ihaimcd with Ins forceful of with their
otttandie
show Starke Hardware Co. lilnnil1lt. iliiinty
von Second (j irude! Hairy Newiomh l ami well delivered! thoughts. Hehpoke matching infra an- I tin. making of the,
;\ and[ :Mrs.( C II. Harrison, ofoithinRton ciuouiiiKinirly and '
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mn'iririKly walkintr diess. suit Home
Miss Willi"Iay.: of Stuart, who has Wesley Bryan! Lettie f.lward"n: simple en
been visiting her I'itt'rliss: Frances \\ were guests Sunday nt nie Hello Turner, Edna:, : May Stl' ,'II- to the high Hibnol boys and of I till' dair.ty viola and vcxteoH ale in-
the home of :Mr. end ;Mrs J. O Kra- them to do their and
In st
urged now
lund ): for show their
May, le'ft I-1'lelay for Nocatee. I Iurile I Johns, Louise Stewart tere-slitiK. Ibuy iilainly
lick Third (:iiailt*-:Mildred I)>uhos... Curtis lit all future t times in their lives eniental mllm''in"i': d: .Its and Kirdles twill
Cedar Johns, Claru Tilhi, Vivian Bryan, I'lof Hlixkei: was a I'radfoid( county be III in b fiatiind this year sumo
Key oysters, fresh every day. Miss Elsie: Harrison has returnedto farlyle Iitc'h'fourth 'buy, and IH a splendid specimen of
Brymer's fish market, phone 10!). home Worthington after ihi'' self.made I man who I' a
I her .if a Ora le Ikla I'oppell (;SussieM.ie i oeeupies
visit of several diys with her sister, : liinnott, Hilda un. high position, and ,iniovs the respect ,
T D I Dval and .1. :\1. Oroover well ;Mrs.[ J U. I'ralick.Mrs. fifth and Lower SixtIii (;rude 1 1.'n.,1,1 and I confide-in( ,. of his Ii.lluvv nun._
known citi/ens of the Graham section,
Molt ; --- ---- -- -
MaximYounp, I.OIKVilliaiiM..
were' isitens to :Stark: Tuesday.Speeial : J. P '.'ol'ey' had as truest! d 1nr-' 1.'ranies Colli-y, Ilurh( lirowiilee: I Kutli :'1 M',us. ixpiiiiini" at shoe re-pair-
inir the week ic-r father and mother, I'oppell inr Id st liatlni" aii'l rubber I have
dollar summer underwearat Sixth Oraili'; .nalllll,1, id. IM'sv .hot, to i lose' out
:Mr.[ and Mr*. I. I;. Robinson, of Jacksonville Julian (Cannon 'hal'- a 1
lii iints Cash Department Store. Icy .Johns, ('omt r f.onjr, Iris I'I'T"-: at Iti I ,'i. Ilia'tiu: ; ,i"\
I I son, \i\irettc' I loydcssio, Mae lIal'- ---- ------ -- --

Don't fall to see what is said to be' Lieutenant (i. A. (Chn'ker' Jr, .Vrtil- I .I"n.l Aid, Fryer I :Maudedliam, -, ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ N'ryaI.' w I t.
the triiati-t" ,how in the world "In- lery Corps, National: Army, stationed Eighth il'arl"-I'lul: fanovu, tl
tolcrniui. ,' at Kowand's, March llith. at ('uin.n (;ni.',lnn, Atlanta, was n visitor I.livtnth: (!rudi'-Knim.i: I'uvvill. COMPARISON i /

the line to Starke :Monlay., 1 lorinte .Matthews.: '; : \\ ('....IIIIII.-.r |Dark>> Illue :Serge:
Don't fail to see splendid
Twelfth (irade-Shep Thomas
\VeIN\III: E: both
tonipirUnn.
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of millinery now on display at - -- --.- --- ty of rulers OMIyouiiKT aviator
Stump's"Intoli. All the iatest styles and nGhhf I Dlt> ll.lltl1.oN: 1-: ,'IOJf \'. :I:: ji to price and 1 ijtiality, (if our tit'ii,y Hjirinir"ii iquumtanii| asked, that ammiK
shines in spring head wear at Kr.luih .' 1 1I
hoic' line of
i u tin
nt
ioiia/ini s si to bun in France I IThe
'ranee." by the author of "The ;Millinery i >r, SV, Hurrison, federal tick f GROCERIESYou I there, In-1 incvery Iruvolouian"Ilave ,
Birth of n :Nation' will be presentedat eradication expert, who has Leon at 'it full of portly' girls' ," he mud
Row-ami'; Theatre :March ICth. Miss :Mabel :Mason, who has been work in Bradford and iicljoinirtt iountirs Intel I I'.m--' ve-
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Vlalrri.il I"'TN"II"l
attending school here left Saturday in the fampaiirn to free the stall-. '
Special sale on min's women's and to join her mother in South Carolina. of Ink, left last week fur (amp IbrniAflcr It's nil very well in lomplam of the I
children's shoes for next 15 days at Johnston, where he has been. accepted I romp.irlng our KoeieN and high'( rout of things now. Materials are'

Cash 1 Department Store. )Hats for women and .children latest: for heiMce, and plain! in the vitin prlcc-s wild others, you w higher. but' in u few months they
styles, all shapes. We can please you. I nary department of the United States "'NOwh>' WI have no fear may bi even higher, and HO we must
!Ivfr and Mrs, 1. F. Collev and fam- Stun! P'... army / "make hay while the suit Khines" Thev
family-motored to Jacksonville Friday Ir. Uarri on made[ many friends in nilK.t.S S; FRUIT STORECLASSIFIED; i, urtairily are' banting' ill all their: L

nnd took in the Fair. Mr. and :MrJ.' : J. L Brown and family this county during his "stay' here, who Ii++"MM"+"M"H +tM H M+ prMtiiu' fn.shinK. draped) in the shop k I.McCtir I.
nnd :Mrs H, C. Peeples, of :Miller, regret to lose him. Especially so are - windows or madiinto adorable little?
New line of spring shirts just ar were visitors te Starke Wednesday the farmers and stoi'kraiHcrs who frocks and, suits, Crepes, voiles silk
4 rived. Come in and srive them the were fast improving' their herds, under and rotten j"r""YII. it veritable feast '

+ once over Sternberor's.: There are plenty of good cars on the his Kuidiime' by installing dipping for the gi"'|s. A yard or two of palest, .
vats and the stock the rim. orvandu, ruffle
giving of
market hut if you want the best, call piopertnatnn I i or so net a I.I
'nl. twlt i.f tmliy blue ribbon '
u",1|
alp Lieut H c. Richard leaves today at the Erlscop Sales & Service Company : |
Mi* for Camp Greene, near Charlotte, N.; and buy Uriscoe. He n grateful; to the citizens of the --- -- ---- -- -- ------ :Miss Simplicity' htands before you I-:Ion !Suit' of Sports Material
8* c. Richard, will her county for the interest, they took in I' ( ..It SAIL .A'"ut, "i ".,')fj" food. unionInn's harming' to a degree( 'I'he-re's a elif
husband Mrs and wd Iremain accompany in Charlotte Miss Gladys Prescott, of Sampson tick eradication, and wishes to thank ; urn I J. .--;"u"tllrk.: ;; ,, rerun,, in her simplicity) t this year nbHolutely. plain ones being of /ifros-
the weekend v ith :Miss those who io-onernted! with him in the fun the Htudied! often overd'imeffict, grain ribbon six or seven inches wide,
several week3 City, spent movement. Mr I. J. state she ailuuved last Her with a matching bui'kle. Often
skirts these
___ KathleenIvarez.. Wynn Fe >II'! SALT: 1 1" 'me row, now milking. year. are
agent, will hay charge, of the work in :N:. It (Hull J.k-tf.KM ri,'ally nllrr..w.&n,1 the harming eff'et belts are an mti (fral part e>f the sports
Feed and fertilizers shoes, crate I I the county until the federal (Kerr'" I I is really c'airn-d' by the materials costume, niuti'hinjf the hut and parasol
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material harness, brick, and lime. A J. :\1. Norman, Woodlawn Park, ment sends anothi man to take Di. "fnude ill America" "1'here are so few H. e'olur and design Sashes, too of
SAI.lv\: Hi sacks 1 K: ''l Hliss sealp"ratite
splendid line of fresh Rroceries Our was transacting business ill Stall" Harrison's place, :Mr' Wynn has been $H hack. Suns Iloien11 "imported! IJO"t" in tompanon, with two-toned ribbon' de much. to dress up
term iniash and prices right. Thursday. working with Dr Harrison for several btarke s ,per other years.I'ahion the frilly summery dress of simplemull [
Hull's, Department Store. months and li erg(, or voile. I"h'hu
n \'iy eompeti man. too, are very
sin Harry Kdwa'ds, of Lake Butler, has! .- Casts II,Shadows!' ISiforo pupulai Indexl., there are any num-
Lieut Sam Word of the 11th infan- entered the Bradford County High (.KK:.\TKST: II0W IV: T11K: \IHtl.lt FOR HALE-Tomato, onion/, lettuce There 11' one very notieiuble thing ber of fascinating ways to finish off
and beet plants $j lhllJ.. Whtaf .
try stationed at Camp Forrest fia, School. per about the model of this year and! that the simplest dress.
Waldo. Fla. :'MB-at/ :
was the truest Sunday of Mr( and :Mrs 1 In what hni brrr ailed fhe "irreat- is the way the Eton jacket is being Icon: ,Sine and Siniirte
F. A Scot' tuut \Vaielhadbeenona ;Mr.( Arthur Wells of Wanhinjrton.D Pit show in the :old,'," "Intolerance," fe-aturcd. Hulls sergedresses( walk-
( at his old home Brooker C., was the truest of his slter. Mr <. D.I) %V. 'inHith's. m-vv-art spectacle ,. FOR SALK--Four gallon milk cow, ing costumes nnd iven lingerie frocks There are many unusually modish
and accompanied" to Starke by his ; J. M. TatunrVednesday. which is to appear at f'owand'a Theatre I heifi, calf 10/ days old; also' two have this youthful 'little, jacket, or the points ihout this little suit. Made of

bi thi -. :Mr F"r.'u'4Yard.: of Tampa, I II Saturday March Iffth. at 4:11I::! and ,, nice' Berkshire brood sows with pigs effort of one, which amounts to the heavy Rajah silk in a wonderful tone
and hs ', U.II1.i"q: Olga Ward of I An auto cap and veil will ,dd larR' 7:15:[; p. m, presentation i+ (given of I O (Gardiner Starke :'M.VHt: same thing in the long run. One stunning of Chinese blue, the vest and collar
Lukens who had come up to see him ly to the! rdeicl!ire: or our next trip. four differ/ nt periods of civilization dress I saw the other day was of are' of white pique. The long tight
while home.RuhMyTismAntisePtic, See them at Knitl1t'lltillir.ery: mighty HaK-lon during the prodigal TA I\VOr.Trr M\JE non ( t"lI.'is blue serge, that material almost impossible I i-loeves, nnd pointed stele tunics pro11 .
I r reijrn Fte-hi//ar| .Tu1 It
; relieves :Mr' Shannon Hutler. of Jai'k='r vllle.sp'nt of the Nazarene :Midiaex.i! f-r.in'i "...n'' h.. to nifht narty for his care 1/lI'I-.I'l wuin over i n whit. 'itm blun... i h ill- ol'"iti.Iv ,plain. and very youthful'MJ.L
Rheumatism. Sprains, Neuralgia, etc. the vveek-md' with Joe (mov'a ,I in the rill) when (lath';, ,m' d,. M?di" i I[ and fcd.N;, U Hull. I I'J Tin. p'JI".d! on the -kirt win/ lirnd" I III ititaPhrny.' .









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FRIDAY, MARCH 13: 1918.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORID/ .
PAGE SIX .
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Ii! 1 \- Bradford' County F arm; and Farmers ]I





. Suite; Fair. It is the infect of cattle

. . . . . clipping. Formerly an automobile
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\ <*St-j> t 5 s ; ; ,I BRADFORD COUNTY'S PRIZE WINNING EXHIBIT AT THE FLORIDA STATE FAIR I mining make along the a spiritless road could cattle with difficulty .

COUNTY; ACJKNTS"; ; 1HI'OlrrS; (y get out
. of the way. But now being rid of the
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'!"!-'!' !'!-'!'! ! ! ! !-' ! I ,. ._. .. .. .._ ="A" """' ....__1 cattle need no second notice to clciir

the track, but as soon as the horn is
Clay County: Farmers are (
lug to plant u large acreage of l1'I'I'lIr'j I sounded they "move on," kicking up
and have made" (.' their heels at the "buzz wagon The
sued potatoes beds. One farm has broken ;and old cows have added two gaits to their
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harrowed OfiOO; acres of land to In1 "ertoil'e-lhey can trot and gallop!
Another farm IU well as walk slowly. They are olio
planted to staple "
of seven thousand, crops.acres in being ili- I taking on llesh at a rapid. lute I f ',,111..

: velopud. Tractors are doing/ I the plowing i d'')>lling,8; .
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on this farm. - -

MndiHon County: Om farms r -,,1,1, TRY IT! SUBSTITUflEFOR

87 head of hogs! lust, week for .:_"..,I. I NASTY CALOMEL
Jackson County: One farmer" recently i
Bold, forty hogs that :airagedl'l " I\
: pounds nt eight month., for, U I :! I 4 Starts your Liver Without IVkumy 1 .

rents a 'ound.' The AllianceilMriet/ "' 1 1 You': Sick and Can-
1 han shipped, l -' ::11,11I111( unrlh, "f iim'l :
-l; syrup/ the P.I I ...1 .m. 'I 1 lir, y al,." hip" tr N not Salivate. '
1 : from line( an /I"'lal; of" :;::00( .luz':11 '
.. C'ifirs a ei k. I II Every druggist la town-your dru I
.I ,'J Duvnl < moil,, ;} : Return! from and ) I i Ii IDyrt I u--'t and l everybody's druggist has 'nnticcd ." -
'" elght-lire fiirn; four miles west" ofJackxnm c I .1 great falling off in the su'

I' ille were $iir ll!) from" two of calomel. They all give the sun;
' I crops of Irih potnlocH and one crop uf I reason Dodson's Liver Tone Is taj:u \
:li green .beans,, I between> January and November ? '
t IIIKI year and! a splendiil! "crop its place. ,;'f5/
. i ". of cablag, i1 will be Hold and out of "Calomel is dangerous and people! 'i .
a j j the way in time to plant, Irish potatoes. ; " know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone iu .

. I n( nln. Stable manure and Hi percent I perfectly safe and gives better re
I acid, phoHphale were, used aH fertiher.I.iherty sults" said a prominent local drug"i'" !

i I County! : There( in a great I I I gist tlt>dson'& Liver Tone is person- j 1;
\ demand' for purebred I HOKH. Some purer ally guaranteed: by every druggist who .t i

bred, saws have farrowed pigs( which sells it. A large bottle costs 60 cents 1
i were sold, even before, they wenfar
rowed! and if it fails to give easy relief in .1
j case of liver sluggishness and :j
Ilolmrn County : The intent is attempting every constipation, you have only to ask for j.
of
to organi/.u a fleet u new '
type, consisting of three or four ships your money back. I,
Thu first is owner-ship, which i is very .. >SIF1 Ju'i w Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant- ,t
osHuritial to 4U" e4x. (iive; the boy an "' V tasting, purely vegetable remedy,
; acre to plant in corn, or n |'>if.( The a "7uttllrurft (. i ; e1 harmless to both children and adults

next JH partncr-Hhip; in which/ parentn mil PoU.fC Take a spoonful at night and wake
,
t are expected to (,hark on a vnynite! :i--- M111 PoucyS lhl"I up :feeling fine; no biliousness, sick
with their childr'n.n auxiliary that a ? 'rt headache, acid stomach or constipated \
, is more desirable is fellow-ship, l>ecausn '.
bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause
I in the stress of action it can
\ bring n cargo of courage and, ,'"m fort. inconvenience all the next day like
Hut the great .ship the flagship that violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel -
commands the attention of nil is citizenship today and tomorrow you will feel
; it carries the country's weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losen

)power. day's work! Take Dodson's Liver 1

Lean County: The cottonseed, oil 1 "Iq. b Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor
mill will bn converted! into a peanut q and ambition. (14-5V4AR
oil mill if a sulliciently large acreage: I
of peanuts is planted to justify the
dwnJl"e. EY EScT
1'lxrantlia: County: One of the 1 1I
hanks, has agreed t o buy peanut seed" Lrt T st dJACKSONVILLE' 1i i
for the farmers and sell it to them at .

cost Broken L r\sc9 Duplicated I

Calhoun County : Two orirani.nIlijiiH Same; Day as K have recently been elfecled; in i I Special'lf on Hail, Orders We fVy Pot ate I If
I hill county through which farmt'rs' will The S'.ili'; ." I'u) mil 'a., ,. -"ii\ l'i' ,, iu-t' ;and included. the ililTVli'iit uays; of smoked HK'iits' and their mouths wmitvrel i' I li-t i onquered our tlie provincialism world at 11I1' KO W rODSYTM aT |
market their livestock, corn'' velvetlieans. ended. wapmvU( ,im: III ,nil uial, shorn preparing rice, ,'''1'11.Iv"t beans, etc.\ on .being shown the tempting made our debut in
sweet potatoes peanuts' 0"IllY of nearly all iinnei----ory' acljll "i't .t. It by the local' grit mills. Among the InnkiiiK bottles and jars of I syrup and II..t us keep the hill rolling. The Quinine Tnat does Nat :.iact the Heed

other "product they muy wish to sell was held 1 lather late in the sea-on to animal products was also an angorutleece i preserves and the cups of big red H--C.MIW "( ii Iq !, tic' iui'1 1nxnti\p( effect LAX t..cmvicDlunIOVI'1RI.laebruerlhnnurdmnry. +
cooperatively allo\\' i.any firmrs to utttnd.ml'they furnished by H. H. Humphrey. strawberries, daily brought to the I Among the tractors I shown\ at f fUuanne
Washington County: A largo m-re- were" too busy, (planting their crops, The committee in charge had been indefatigable 1 booth. A large map of the county, '. State Fair was one that may be : and lots not collar nrrvm.xneS and notnagmit :
ace: hUll been planted to Irish potatoesin hut lhllHI'h.'. cnulditleml protiledvastly ; in gathering exhibits. Tho made, Icy our local surveyor, was utilized ed the mechanical. mule. It was look l..r in the lic'iil.niioaturc Remember oi 1>.the W. lull UKOVK.name set:.
:
HIM county. Corn, peas or peanuts fromshat they. learned and/ woods were scoured, for trees by Col. in showing our location, divisions, and intended to he driven, the 4
will In ,planted! as follow, crop. visitors i from, other states found that Peek and, he also got up the soil l't- churches schools, railways, roads man walking behind the plow or FKICI: ) OUT: YOUR: HOGS
!Indications! are that the hundred Heron Florida was what it is "cracked! 1 III'" hibit. The exhibit of products kept drainage works etc. A hook was keptin vator pulled by the trnctor. A SIX: WKKKS EARLIER:
of eucunahersthe acreage necessary to to l I..e, and 1 then some. The exhibit of by the Hank of Starke was appro which the names and, addresses of owning forty acres and such a
get 11 fiiiltinu station' will he planted.One modern. agricultural, implements was priated. The necessary IICl'l'utul''IIS such visitors as seejned interested in should be, carefree. No nit-Hies I
farmer who 1 believes in hog in- not very complete consisting mostly of. found, at the court house, consistingof the county were registered and, they make it run away, it U. not In every lot of hogs on feed two or
mi-nnce has spent $.ill( for serum and tractors and, their accessories l. but the boxes full of booklets printed for will later, be fa'ore,1iLh, letters reminding enough to furnish shade for the three weeks quickly and! actually eat
disinfectant i . and has saved $_IIIIO() tractor" is the coming farm power and I the county fair at Lake Butler in the them of Bradford( county. man when the boss isn't looking, less limn others. If all would fatten
worth of hogs. well worth. sti' ,dying. The cattle exhibit fall of lUlH.! and booklets printed for Adjoining the county booth was the explosions when i it back-fires' liUe these, the entire drove wiuKI he
Hay County : 1 Kvery: family in mixing was numerous, hut only three 1 I the Starke Hoard, of Trade in 1HJ! or exhibits from Hrndford: Farms' 1. eon- scare away the larks, no rows ready for the market six wcek4earlier ; t
a hog, even the* doctors, and ,hnsiness breeds were "represented, the shorthorn ,''ll'l.'i' and, which were dug up in the (I' suiting of ,products, from, the soil and, too long for i its s/renirth! at noon and to save six; weeks feed. n j jan t.
men;I are ,raising tlll'l1011 straps llolstein-Kriersian and l polledAngus. stores and ollices' of tUl'k'hl'l'C of meats nil'I'y line, also of handiwork may be left in the Held unfed, item that you fully understand.The (
and ranked! t turnips. Tin two lir.st, named breeds. they had been' consigned, to oblivion l>,y convicts.Hriulford will not lie down and l roll, milk I hog that fattens easily must liein J*:
'lIkulill I Cuunty : At one school are rather" large for our, present needs. This lit.ralul'l'1114 faithfully handedto ,county made her mark/ at cleaning with a corn cob '(''' prime \physical condition. The 13. A. *,
there lias been oriani/.cd' a A'iI'IK'11'- hut the last named has ninny points to I' every caller at the booth. The booth the State Fair, ller exhibit: was not Hut joking aside, this Tin-inns' llog Powder i is u conditioner" '
ning dull, an egg circle, a home demonstration "recommend it. The hog ,'xhiloitVaH ,, was never without .someone in charge, only seen and admired hut was "rub promises to be of much use to the I for hogs. It keeps) their system clean J
chili, and a 1 hoys'; chili. large and complete. showing animals, either t :Mr., Kivers or ( 'ul. Peek or bed in." The homeseeker' who saw it mers, nt (least for ,'<'I'tainVol'k. and, healthy and enables them to fatten ?
I I'iaellas County : :Many farmers are of the DIIroc, U. I I. t'., llt-rkshire, and1PolandChina (County, Agent (;iiinn/ and, most of the will not forget it. :She:; made, the other farmer possessing such a tractor '' 'quickly, without falling n prey t ithe Ji J
being induced to plant rice. Ono) 'breeds.' HI'\'l'al..f. the (time by all of them, and/ they, constantly I'oiintii s "sit up and take notice," larger tractor" : and a Ford) car, i nsii.-il diseases' of hogs. The H. A. fj't'hnmas' $
will plant seventy acres, n large\ acreage )linen' ( hoars would each easily wciuhtwice had visitors to entertain. "N'i und! the I li -sons' taught! liy our repre' "be ;Independent, of draft animals. : Hog I'owder is not I stock .j
for this county where, usually only as much as u little pony that trouble to .show irood.s": and, "If \,011oIlIn'l sentativewill, be heeded, at future id truly the ga-olme, age. I food. It's straight medicine and we 'ito 5{I
small fields of. one is i, ro\\n,1 exhibition( arid tile scalding, of toy 'k the agency" because it enables you
any crop Was on see what you want a-It for it, -tale( fairs, for" they did their duty in
Taylor( County: A meeting t>fl the carcass' would require n vessel ;almost -coined to be their motto. The visitors, an intelligent, earnest, and busines.hke .-- One feature of Bradford, county j feed your hogs much earlier. 111>
i farmers was held February HI at' as capacious! as a railway water ,, delightfully! sniffed, the aroma) of the ilia 1110'1'"w that we have at liandry could nut be shown at i 'J. W. White & Sons. iiI.
which the good! qualities of the peanut' tank. The poultry exhibit was \ erv.large .
u
for ,Florida farms was discussed and' i; ; ; and complete.; ; ; ; '; j jThe

I the farmers" were unfed to grow" tllI'ml I national agricultural I dcpail-i:
for the IIUII'".''. There is a possibility' mint had an interesting" exhibit t. consisting J

of getting the farmers to plant 11 I i of objects in nature, models and 1 N. T. BITCH Free Vice-Pres. J. H. R1TCH, Casiher;
thousand acres. None were plantedfor pictures pertaining' to iigricultuie! I ,
market last year., animal husbandry and furc.stry., The I.
had mmlel of I altleshin :; i
war" department a a dforJT'C
I'MAM'T: : MK\L: l'I.M'Klt: 0LIST IN: about. nine feet ill length oho, Bank
OF N'IIC1'I: tit'R''I'I'lurts
ty
1 a model of an old-time 'ili-gun fmrate.These ;
models were bull! to scale: by
Braxton) l!t:n hen: fcdi-r.il! ., fond admihMriitnr }
killed men and w re faithful I.' e\i i .\
for, Florida has succeededin '
ESTAlSLIStlED 1869
I I'I'I del.ill.Mativ.
I having. the I'mteil States; food ail- 1-
and "f the, count i.'-! ,n ,: 1111'I I <
meal
I''TIIIII"IKIII,'"," ,r on the place\1i\- t "I'peanut' -titutes for hail exhibit.Tin} mnq" "trti 1 .' . < ,. Bradford County's! Financial StrongholdSTARKE

nbllt (lour for" I FIoi, id.i., the in-ual I el berer, wa., pi ,ihap: I ilia
0//' .Monroe" roomy uih: it t n.i., .1.1 t FLORIDA t
Mr., !I' -,,'hlIn h";.-. ;al-o "received asniani hiaiulu- ,lh,
line eiiriii-itii s, and \\ -
-' : i IMV 1 f-liin ton 'that conMulei.iiio -
,
Iliecy! holla cut front, a intmn" p'.i'i'twenty '
i n I" ii.e l'It ell tn placing
old. Next; i HI t .nnil.ir i interest -
,ill", p i' i i tin1 "i-iii. ,lal li-t, t of suli- was years tlv Tarpon .spr'iiir--, I'xlub.tof XPERIENCE- :
-litnti n'\i i1 i nitre poanul producnii' Tunir
diving iipparatiietc'
lerntury" of this country.Through sponges thicv rowdy exhibits, smind, In, ,, !I", '
this tiu>\ ('m"11l the South \ merely. perfunctory and h.ndly \\ .>I ith I
Ionia into. another great source of while. Thl'l1Ut inler,'-hw: e\lul' ,it I
choose who has had EXPERIENCE.You
wealth and the farmers of this state to the farmer" and homc-ii'kcr i.i When you hunt for efficiency in a workman you one .

have an opportunity of planting i\ doubtcly that of Uradford, .miniv I' should use the same care in choosing depository for your savings.
crop' \\hio'h111 I lie of great value. and, "received the second I'lizt, wlmh. ..igood -
will, I take the place of the cotton crop enough for our mauliMi, iii" t ,'n'p' The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking

in many districts whore the boll wee- but (in the opinion of many 'it -.haul l business
Nil has m.iilc planting of cotton non- host .received the (list pri/.e. Il' it i- "
prolUaldc.IVniiuls. true that the' judges in their 'perplexity eI We have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more important .
'
hate) always lipen !known 114 whether to award the ri..Kt 'price to HOW TO SAFEGUARD TilE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.Your .
, one of the most vuluaMe stock food Alachua or to Bradford, finally betided ,
1' of the country, but they now come into on 1 the Alachuit display money deposited in this bank not only works for you day and night, but owingto
u new relation to the fool commoditiea us being the most artistically arranged
Ii" of tho people of the United it should remembered that this I our experience, it is SAFE.

:totes, not only through the value of was no window "rl'slIincontest!/ If Safety deposit boxes for rent for safekeeping your valuable papers.
the meal and (flour produced from them it had been then Washington county
for table use, but through the value would have been ahead of either. Those
I of the oil which can be tiaed in every who had charge of the Bradford booth Condensed statement of the condition at close of business Dec. 31st, 1917.
, way that vegetable oils of other kinds were handicapped by sides of bacon
I are used. big enough to have been cut from

I Mr." Uoacham is emphasizing now mules, and largo hams. The greatest: RESOURCES LIABILITIES
that the farmers of Florida go ahead artist could not make tasteful festoons I
with greater acreage of peanuts, and from strings of country sausageso Lcm and Discounts $145,924.96 Capital Stock paid in 25000.00
there Is but what the no one can blame our worthy
no question returns I United State and Municipal Bonds 14,347.00
will be equal if not superior to representatives in, the matter Surplus fund 10500.00

tho returns from any other crop they The Bradford exhibit had at least Claims and Other Resources 16.186.98' Undivided profits, lets expenses paid '1,680.40

can raise, as the peanut matures at a two features not seen in any of the I Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 19500.00
I time when other crops' lire laid by. The others, namely( samples: of soils and Deposits 390,841.93All
farmer can have his land working until of many of the woods growing here. other Real Estate owned 7237.61

late after other products have been An IIgr <'ulturllll'thihit cannot be .MITIpletc Over-drafts secured and unsecured 337.68
shipped, and in n great many cases without samples of the -- iU
can plant along with t'tlu-i ropa that from which the products spring, a-ul Cash on Hand and in Banks 223.818.10 _ _ _
! mature more quickly. a forestry exhibit is not only mti-n" -t-
. Markets for peanuts ..indint, ; e<- iair. but faun the tiees may t>e .'' rid TOTAL $428,022.33 TOTAL $428,022.33WE
: tulilNhcil I through the 1t' .it uf I the! general, quality of the -ml:\ I I.oiin.aiue !
friMhii'i; ">lmt': !und P I'' .i"> ufthi III \\iKl! cherry irio\\-: > oti'\ <
-.<, -t'l.iri.l ti a.ny| ti> I'nirtt anv .|>:i.in.. I, the I lust. .,,11-. Tim\ tn-i- i i-- i' 'ui "-. .. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON; OUR MERITS. WE IN\'lTEI\:' VESTIGA TIO
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tit fnniif-" u i tII..urlnlt a (k.' :yI. iMiiii'ii-i.. 1t P'.l'n in :N'i"thr"i; !F''I' .
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FRIDAY MARCH 15, U18. :BRADFORD COUNTY'< TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA.
PARE SEVEN,:

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">;,iin'ti! 11,11 mCT TTu'-:" |""TI7iT or" nTnnr.one I An lutenstfletl '1uuiIardiiiit. frotn -
Great Confusion.
nf the hilt "'I desirlptloiis' of nuturil [ I
ns wo
our guns began Just as noon
l "
| had climbed .\'r, tbo top" tutu wcroi om.tl
( -.,, "r us who mnlneil, on .
I tills I uof tin- I''l'I..U.' it.inlen'ot' : 011'
for the '
'OVER.: : II i 111111 II Journey I'r11. Homo ono onler to retire, ,mulKonio .
THERE .ieIfl" '' '11-. ri"ntuiiilnfour ncrt ol ": Is not .Ill-t I suitable term. I ..n11

I ":1 ,"Ind.1111011 lu tlio-o, oarl> tlmt w.isn.iiiUd ".1.I i_.,?. t \\-o II' crawling about on all fours, on-1 cuiinti'i'tiiaiidoil? I It. Montionium ,

1" I us luruo: enoiiKli even fi>r iiI '5 L 1 .)n-l far 'enough nut In :Nn Man's I.nml ( eaiiii' out of lair ,11"1-" .

prime. As Kiistathlus: tells us, It was : but In-ttiul' nf .1..I..rlll. :as ourorlglnnl '
I to I bo ,under t Hit' edge I of the ( tcrmiin 1"1

111 The Thrill and I liihl,I out I in three parts : u grove for shell I tire and I Inking I wlmt ..IHI'r I wu / I sohcduh s. they thi riss'' bombs
the
Hell of the Trenches. among It becamo appnront, that
fruits mid shiulo, II "I lneiirll, und an could? I In lit 1i' our I
I..I h.l. I'II.I..rl we would bo killed I I or captured I If wn
1I Described allot iiient for olives and herbs und
bu ,
an American tho start >
Boy picked
,. .._ way II'rl.'rb
Pluck then mimi (hat woulitn't
was \s wutored. two fountains. vvo get
extra 1 ' bomluirdmont lu nil warned,
} heavy any prisoners. I looked ut my
rllf'
'II1' SERGEANT the iiormans' thnt about
McCLINTQCK
I'In\lhl/J wrist viitch nfl.! mivv (tint there retvnlnotl -
A Bonehead. to hnppeit. They .. up "t-holU
but the mlnuteM moro of tlxitlme
There nro ninny things": dropped In nnd "$ O S" slKiinls until there wile
hail, nllottei' for
I ; tlio subwny ticket chopper by absentminded a glare over the i-nrth like that , which 1"1 our
!
Sergeant Aexandat
McClintock ot LextnQQi Itg., and the Cnadlaa I'rl :stay In th,' trench m I 1..w my \xhlnth .
riders tirxUlos the little pleco which at the nf
k I r; Arm lias Gripping! Tale Tbllt Ever American Will Ked for H. Tells you KOO grand Ilnl,1 I > nnd started I Imd soon Vrl-
\ tbe l'acts-tlnadorue4. Wounded. a ot pasteboard, wtilch entitles them to n I'lilno's fireworks dlxplay! monnwhlln tu'k.
DISllDgulsbe4 Conduct Green knocked down
Medal Mane vuto (
h j 12. Was Invalided lIome, lIut 15 joln\J Out Tbere" Aja1n to ItQb rill,'. An eccentric looking young limn they sprayed N.> Man's Land ,by n bomb :1. 17.:0) noctton, and I

1 For tlnole vs. UI5! Allies. An .llSplrlng, InterestIng.! Persoul and his imrtlcularly eccentric looklsig with streams (if mactilno, gun fire. In

flarrat1:.. Full Spirit and Almospbuo or Ibo Tzoncbes.711T1hat wife hurried< up[ to the door of a Ilrond- Over the top end give 'em helll* thi* face of thut we tllrl<'I.011 'picked! Mm up nnd curried him outover
the wrecked I took sheU
I way theater lust night. The man f.I !
Per with him: In hola
------ reached Into his pocket banded the ro\,111 I luau rks from b iMir .. ens. In. ore frightened. Thinking I I men I "hI'l hit
I txI'mxxIxxIxxixi 1 I II.t 'I found thnt he \\t\s loft hint
li -mm1 : lie had dlsi.v doorniiin some tickets nnd!, iist-lstlng", luln/, even? our 1.1'1111.'II1 illsUt could not but. bo nfrnld. \\'.' ,1'11 IHI
iT.i. WilUiOsT; |1".1111 --nn1m ill. I then. A few ;> a ri'u .' bach to-
In of his wife 'before him turned to receive < for, I tinsigimlcrs. party of ttII undoubtedly ti i'were
L. iirivu ono ) our aerial photographs 'tIt "ldl slime ; ,
IIII<'. II" LILL, on tho iGmnirj' thoBtroiiKft. I It ward our line I found I.nneo Corporal
2 ( n Oeruian burying money ant the stubs.\ "Those uro subway tickets, ton "'uis similarly I ..r uII,1 ript.thOPO I. tho black\ nur faces bid It,
:t It \\ n> nin-itu.'rcil I that tlio I In.rlll 1 111'1 .Class I In it Mioll hole with I I part of liUihlp
!he carefully' t Minilnt-i. ] each now pletjture nilj, I tho doorman. At the rate of I svolLILt'k'ts tt tri' tWI> 1'1)1"1 tlH'll. I'll,,'li but our four struckoloos woro notdisguised.
oftVrt oak llosnlil I hoooiihl
of rlrniilut I ; up u shot away tboiiRlit
si. thut In. could\ bo I sure of Hint- per ""'1'1111. I the oung man with iin loirle lliihlillulit, iittmhcd to and our .
They tr'.m1..1 ,
Imliitould ciiiaparntlM-ly" BUILd 1 I ri't back I If I helped him ami t
flog the' dough ::0 md( (digging/ It \up The seuri-hed himself. Theti tie clapped Ids his rlllo" KO II s tn give I Hi-'ht for thi- direction I ,
whi-roas to Iin-iik u in u nt the glronitoNtpoint : i I t11 'hll'r,11' :started with I hi I ni. 1'rlvnto lluuttr.I,
and ,'ii.ms ..f !hnml on his forelioml. "llootl lienvetis, i.r n hmotiot thrust nail con-
fSravo s manner our ulil.htt..r. \ MioaKod l I out single file making
would h,' MiniethhiK roiillj\ worth who bud, I In shell
Seers ; Annie," he gasped., "I put the seats In tnilli-il, l b> n hlllt..1 I nt, (lit- lift liiiml shill, hole to holo, I..n I rll"I.orlnl
thhriuttv.: cure vilth \\'hlliAnd If \\o wiro to tiil-o 11cliant'o I nur wuy rl'l' "Iwl hole. t'unitto I I our ti"tl lln" 111,1 between
th,' BUhwa.v !1"11.1" hal Annie said grasp nf t Hi' rlthlit -lilt's his rlfto. nil
tintlimon, all futui.erultI'
T which all
[ xv. wtndrilled I und, more. than It roully wouldn't pay to hosl- I nearly us I I ittit'r nail I got tilass to
about tionoheaJs was only I heard by of I these iui.'i n ciirilctl six or eight MillsNo. I
rail tin I Ing iiulcklyoverllio I lint plm-es, bolwet-n
: 1I1'I'1..h of tho time when vxo tat'" about (i'gr.t"4.; The II"CUOU0 our front
l'l'r"'lf.-"w' York ( or. rittkburgh" liiiml I /gronmlos, weighing from n 1..1111.
were to "-giover tho ("I'" drove nil were to raid hud, u frontage: oC l.'iO : r mill, the this small ,11111'1. The I :"lllIn' bud \v" found th.1 lining up the nun Iv
pound to uiiilseven
Fport out of our" mlmls I and I can stiy' yards' nnil a (di'ptli" of -(Ut) ;)'lIr
( for ni.vHr| I that I i the! very thought" of t tho .1
[ undertaking as (th,. fntul night! drew to lie supported' ty, a "box barriiso! ," or I Icllrtllill Wonder of the Age- The Lineup. Ille I mini I Si "h'rlli I u / formeilx' II' the Montreal' 1 Star,

fneiir s. m -|ilvers nnd down About tho liottoHt thing this Mile of They? are tin- smno us turkey lawn wIth a has, .'
up nlY1'1.lIu' 111'''. from our nrtlllory to last I shape glrI"1 111.1 culled for si I hi go out I In NoSinn's

!A exactlyII:: tnlnutoH--thnt 1 In 1. for ::,11IIIlnlll Old Sol Is mi oyyiuet) It-no I torch. Tlio egg anti a littii,* lunar. tlll' withdrawing wero bound lo get soino of us. I'.obln.lmo l.imd"III"'r.nnd, I try to. Und som- of

A toinliliiic 1 u raid, i I, sntmthlnged (}I'Ijlnlll- <'" from the lino. when VM. started llttl Mm llnnii .--octed| by ono ofthose tin- Urine pin II I.\.r HI-IS n ., I hoard cries of pain I and groans, our men. Corpnrnt 4'hll r"'",itt, I I'rlvato,

I In w irluro I by tho Oinudlmis, H nut "OMT tho tup". our artillery several I looks I tho picture, of I Innoi-em-o, four second fuse" I"hOl..f,/ thosegromiilos but It iiindo Ill I Iii Impression on mybomimlu'd $11 ii nii'r'i' 1111,11 went "ul.V. I brought

In tt'hidi il I but it lias I the POXMT "I'II I,1..1.1tIIIIII". will out living ' I Inlolllt'encf from, HID morn
I tor' I Ihi'I imriiodu' nt holding, IbIl h'S back, \\'ullhlh'ol' u "turtaluof : 111 11)'lhllll In txvo und tt i' saw number

.;niiiiiil.) but I to Kaln I I aforinat ILLII, ti> tic) shollH all arntiuil. I the edKos I uf thnt i i1ro It cnn! bite through armor plate us easily In n 1"1 fnnt, trench .... ..1"". I fact I Hull I whatever I bail, happened I 111.1hlll".Q'1 I of .1..1.1.\\.unh.t.but on iicvount t llu-lr I blnck I

i na lUll"'" (ILL ILuLLg! II!! |iossiblo. untl 1 to jard by DM jard net'tlon.Vo: ns boring a hobIn n plank. It will alo 1,1 tin1 haul who Is Ihr.whll to one ,of t tho other sect Ions 4-notI iinabltt.I 1.I roeognlzti

,' Keen thi> fin! 'MIV In a xtnto of niTvonsness. \\ITU to hlt1:; niinutoi'' in ulilch& to j jdo lias liccomo' a viilmiblo' nld 1 In vhlpl.iilItliMC. It If h,' holds. II more, limn four MOO 1 11111 not I to my n" Ii. I II "...1..1. thoiii. fll's'r Thv' scoiit.s I lutor I brought I lu nev ,j

e In this pnrtlctilnr raltl tho ttaVfobjiit cur work. Any' iiinii not out tit thoeml ::. L'nder Ilio old method Milp otids lifter he IIIIM pullril 1. pin. The somo way or ulll.r. no affair to concern truth bottles.Of .

jiliite w ns cut with saws, tmt by tie I Iii rd innn of t-nrli "' t-\n>rl "h In front of
L was In:11111/ I I liiforniutlon. Our of tho 15: minutes would IIOCOHBiirlly 1 WI"i nil me. ," II man mo tho i1.1 who laud starts ;

Jllgl1 .'"Ifl: '':" \\ hut tut. to know vliattroop be caught In our own lire, us ourartillery now method \.Micot.vlono. torch IIutlr,1 < ...lh!) Ilir't\ c'IIIIII'cl| n-. lightly' aspossible doubled, suddenly nml rolled Into, II IIty, : i> men \
I Ul .- I I Ilireoero fuiiml I Ito
t.ni- party forty- '
small I I motor driven onrwliU'li .111 I
to a to : him lie 'llnil iniiihmo, r"'-
ui'iiopiiiiiliL I us nnd vhnt I would' I then ehuiiKo! from a"bux" 1 \ fr..1111 tf .h.1 .111I11) In wollll.It'll,
( ormissing. '
C troophul tioi thrro.o . I 11 travels nloiiK marked line. nndcuts tluii. I litrunliil fi'w bombs, lilmstir. ,'ml"'I' very ,' I was mil ( 11"1111"--1.11.1.
n WITH expettid to I pour u MralKht, curt.iln ro i I 1'1 I lqts'uu I .
fillY I thlfkneHs of Mot,1 t plate nt II (tilt' Hit' rinlii supply, VVIIK rnrrlt'il, l by I It" 1" missing ti.
to ? I tins Itiformatloii: from ..o-rIIlK) nil of tin1 sj,pnt of P our to stop on 1..lnt .r II uls ""11'ul. .
I I1 thoso
f t
jirlsoiK'r.mil' i i fniia L buttons u mid pupvrsoff tlotis. "l'l'r"1 much more rnpUl i' rate. It I N ,nlso I valuable tlu- f.II'lh1111./ uliii nils not to throw .' elfi-'s buslni.s to pick 1'iiit man IIn."t. ii 1111..r 111 werti

of tiltitTMiaiis wo might kill. It Our ollloers sot their wutclios very : In tenrlm, down) of bullillniwtierp) ; liny unless, tin1 third Inn boonmo II Ntxt, 1""r,1111, to I he tint.or psj llrk.1 I 'h''II. h. k. (missing I ; I hellvveil
II. rolls. I "
vni bL-llcvt'J that I troops were being ...lm'Clilly1I1t I those. of the jirtlllery' It Is used' to cut through si .'01| bourns.luul ciisuiilM In which nisi* :No. I was to "/I.IY of I hut, I ', I begiiu. In loso mv 1'1..1 on our 1111'" 'lInl'llfl.
for rivets It Is mntler of I thlt Homo rlw( of I thll hllVI beenreporte.l
only II
.
I us :: take hit pliiriTin' IIh'cl Iliull also l of nervousness.
ollli-ers I before we went forward to the "II""I"1 C"II' I til
------ 1 V i' n few MU'oinls.. to I'lte' off the bond of ('lIrrl'ol 1llh Urrrlc, II""I\ bludgeonft After I saw second man go down I Ignve I through S\I Iz'I'III.1I prls''
front tronchoi.! Wo reached the front I tif war I In u Oirmnny, I but, most o{
the 111 rgi'st.-Vuil I Stroet; Journnl. II (11'rt
'1 It Usi'J In "III'hl\ 'II'IY orIII. TI))' attention I I t I principally, l I t to n ...n."J.I''llol -
lit 11 1'. in., nnd not until our. arrival tlII'1 are now otllelally llstetl as iloiul.
I I of I the I .. of Iliodlliiuu
there wore we Informed I of tin- "zerohour" t b'II. Our were made flY rlll I ."' steel mils on a Htoiit ( v,irniet. nheud of Ud, .- .
.IVY I'ldllnut
-the tltno when the iittmk I was No. 5 III. lI.J party wero Hent t"'lly rl. th.

to tie Hindi'. Tinhour, of 1U.10: : had ] wuoil, n'ry businesslike I ,"ut ri- (In* Clint' here tie vx ro to enter rear at 7 ...d..k. nml Ih,' noncommissioned .

been "1'k..t.I. 'flu- wnltlnx I from. 11 "O>3i the Top and ..... Tin- fuiirlh man. or tioinh' cnr- tin tremh.. It ""','11I'. silly I to soy II. .I olllcers w'r. orderotl, tit mnkn

o'clock until that time j .."1.1.." largo supply ofMills I net-moil, of Is .. tho
was simply anK rl'r. hll\111 I hit to gi-t ".me Hurt' "/t rt'ports I In writing concerning cn-

II, "ny. :-11"1'; our nieu sat .t a i'ld< Give 'Em Hell"BO I I 1'111.1'.., bl.1 I Hinoko bombs' t<> funt ten out of I the, rouil lint Iii that w i ii
I ln. used I I In tin- (Ioniums nut tire I novPP slept moro t Itinn mi
ion1Umitly rnl.1
nnil inert Others' kilt' talkIng I"III luul lost tho pircentnge/ vvbltli wo
hour tlmo I fur Hevernl I nndnights. I
nboiit. the most lm-oiiKi'iU| <' 'of ilugoulN 111,1 111'r. If HIM. rssiiry, 111icovcilng might t I" expecteil lo lose going over.Now lt 1 tlays .
I I vvoiihl ilo7.n from win or
hull tL.rL. One niiiii uailertook to tell a1 Sergeant Alexander! cCllntock, I I our rrtri'iil. nnil II Isi. fiiinltc ""'" 11",1., I Ilio rest ii.r'r,' ft

funny ->1"1'n tine. ll-teneil. tu It, and D. C. M., 57m Overseas Batt. bombs. 'I In- hit hr, tin- very dangerous Mlfti, "I wo eniihl ronrh the n."l l'xhll".III, anj I lieu Hnddonly Mini 11)H.1 -

tliu lillltli at dm i lid was eiuni'lntod Canadian< Uten. Guards Ii. tiiinilli', 'I In-y foiilnlii II mixture ofpitriil phase' (111 undertaking., I lieiird illrectloiiH fitting strAight' up, m-iircd' half tu I

mid glut' -thy. 'ilio I IIIlIc1I1I1I11.. ihlxliiK | nnil phosphorous nnil weigh given, nnd I gut t.- HOIIHmy' dentil' I all I I over htga I ii.l'hs'ri' .

us all I Into a "state, of fun h. I could I"'- Copyright 1 117.: by tlio Hull Synhiatu!. Inc tljn-i- pounds' riifli. On exploding? hey I may bo ..Icl.r., who won'tgel

-. _s __._. ( tunll ly C"'IIIIY nerve' ..u..III" out ut mylliiKir 1'11' I lliiilil| llnlilili will I hum .- soured, ,11'1 they know they nreiIn
-.. fI Hrrycant Slcl'llntorlc/ v'Iinion" sren I through Ktl-el. I .danger or' (' wlien pooplu nro being
tip" nml If we had luul tu wult \1
tcniitin France, tie, 1/1-1 orated for killed right lironnil I Ihi'li' but I'M. I
15:: minute.s IOIIKIT I wuulda't liavebtpn Tinlirili.. slxtli.I Hi-\i'iilli' /Ill I i-lKhlh
trarcry, woundeil. invuli'h-il homo antlIt Hot one of I belli. Alj'l' I'v fft-ver met
111,1., to tllinb out. of the troueh. In Mm- \\ ,iricnlliil, utility tni'ii. Tln>y ) '
note cnc/coi-orinj tu yt a cumnla- ;\ of tliem f know boy
I, AIout half mi hour la.foretJ> were ore to takitbo I pliiu-H. uf uny of t tin' nivv yet. I wlu
N sion in our army. A commission in I- xvon tho military cross In tho I,""
llrnt four who I I IUTCIIIKcafuliil '
: I to go o\er every man had Ms tje; up II"hl
We Rehearsed That Raid as Carefully the treiith.: fur wo know "tin1. rtitnmien" the Canadian/ army awaits him if he lien (n iiililltlon, they ('II rrli'i tuoKtokoH f;' the Soiimio, nnd I saw him on lib

a. a Company of Star Actor. I 'Ilio return to join hIs old com "",,"l. In Iii IltillS li. 'llit-Ho ,.I"h _ knees before his 1,1111"01, commiiniler,'
F were conilnu thnt way. rum? jnin fin I
I It7. the first and Hccotiil us tItles he uraphii'ally Hbiiinelossly' crying I bo tin ii a cowimland .
> still shut .f Jutnnlcii ,nine iipli-n 1, *, linvtMX 54'i'l I
unrig: Ker\t "s out a ( i lnUlull I 01.1
relieved from tho big tent t-how< nt '
up describes his his' .
trainlna behind
tripto Im Just
t7. the Somme and. sldo show I Just before an attack i and I It wuultl I bill '! fifi-i nnil <'mi I" iiMi-tt m In \\'r..I'lnK'dljt..utl I begging I..r ,
sent to our
France and elaborate
the preparations 1 : Si the order" lo iiilvnni-o was given.
h"1
Tluninth unit ti-ulli im u
real tot of teliiperiince to setu mullrel'ue. <
, in llelglum for rest. Also It was $t'4p'Id I
.
made bomb raid the offensive
fur u on In Ibis war In big
( that Wlthdrnun : Therent- no piolilblllonlstnIn I \\ ,'r.' "" | u') I tug Klnlm of nuiiotliin I every
iirlillery was being I 11"1'1"
. ti'crman trenches, or Hinnll, Ilio who bus tinln-, ?
liunilri'il, .rItllll''I'c man 1..1
,
foi, 1 tilL S"I IIH'. INpeclully: \ vvo our "..I. Wht'iher or not we gut our i 111 M'v'rl .MitiN .. .
full nil Ion di'iifiiili'd. on uhi'lli-T t the I fuii'. ThlM i'xlI..II.| | Is ,1 In llimw a t.olih thirty arils IiI
Wl'r"111,1"11"", I L I to bring I back prisoners.In cllmbi'il out of the shelterof , ,
vo Hi"fi
I Im It be .1 iiiorilinporlmit limn I
ctvih/. .I bocompel "1'1' "Ufit I In clinrKo" was drunU or "01. r. AS IIUI'll' III ihu'tu, 'IIIuIuig IIllhll"11 ohm
uar prisoner i-nn
II I tromlios for IIrlll-lllul. ,
uhl.liwill
our "
rny -ll.-w \\lih the moilorn rlllo.
I.'I i i.i t.ll only bis, name rankand After tho hlnit lii-piti! to work L oui-. 1111111 1.ln..nl.II". i ? ami miniHIIIIX.. Tin- MII-|
. I perhaps, rn)' last I th..I\I.Ilt-II.I- -li.i.'i I mill' anil half and inakon
next IIILpuundtil uiy lot; nnd liollvreilIn . I"'I'1'.- to hi.v u lair tlinrui'S/ "Il., ? n I
r.m this Is clvllIi
i iL'K'ii not a I .
venturo In :No Mull's Lund tho word ..
I li..l. I In
ear : wi tv'ru' III work 111 I HIM In nrbi-s ami 'llIlh / h.I. I 1.,1
d \\ .If'. :> ,,i-l I u On I <'re III',- ways of making lilY
"i-.ni.. 'i -. talk. One of Uio most I "'I siij! why nil this'" red tapeV Lets was" piiHsed : I oxpluilt- I 11"11111" xiioii MM our |imlyii MIIIIH.in' ' |rising \\1\1 this war
in 0\ "r I the top II lid give 0111 hell I !r I I' .t n'< liiuk, lo first I
eft' t hiimnno Is to go ovir now. |I fur 1'inniuli out mi 1"11'1 liniriii 1111 1.1'lwll.I'I.
I n I M \\ I iv- ipillo I"
Thu ii I I Is I the I Itrltlslr\ Toimnles'H battle i 'II"' 1..1.. h "r II i "' ,, mnoo. which I
I .
11ft.'l'r. HiH
tli. ii pi'iMI t 1.1." homl and foot and 'I )hut noKKln nf rum Is'" a to InMIIV 111 lUiau'"I' II 1111 :- --e;:". 11.1'1"
.Iij I .
ns I tln-j i-linriro the nnd, It In the Itrltlsh thntui.iil.l
wy enemy I' MIU
"l for unti tl li "f I thru'i i 1'< 111111'11
then, I 11.1-1.: I IL., )I'no fIt with n foatllr. \Vhen the hour III'IH'U"'h. thi"pnrlli'i 1 1"1

MI. -..MIO, measures! have' fro- ,> start, I the mtlllei I }' tILL was -.o Inuvythat I hu often sounded. Tip und down Ihosoloinj ': thu I..i' til I uslio ,'IIrri.I| h buinlis,, alnl "" - 'IlUd!" I' I hiing tip knob kenb-.

LI 1"JI..IIIII.. t'iirsfruiu HnoR III I'tisti-rn l'riiniias I tho" l tin- I ...mo... ."I 'linn, I h, b. in I 1'1"1 I I the Kin.I vvllli ulil.'bHi.
luul be '
'ntiv, I" II 11-.1-tho water cure. for orili-rs I tu ..r..rII 1"1' "" 11' 11"1 .
lilt lInt-h. < 'nnadlnn nnil .\lI.t ru.iiiiut soldiers . ,. \ nun, our, ". I III n raiding,
,. '
,
!'Ii'' biinilniriliia tin1 I : 1"1
to hill?) t nf any out
i
bound that m.111' 111 pl'it "I
I I I' to
IIM' nt '
i I" 'm sny It. It Seemed That the Whole Earth Be- .
go out to II,. tight ami I the death. I I linn. had, round, Iron hoiid, .,
i
of milesof il nnil tui'uuumuhtt., toI I
m. ul.v .ill I 1 tin-L .IMIIIII. prisoners" I saw VHS, of colil'jie, nl iiiK u oouple I ( mlchl K" I.Mi Me Roue In the Air. I I
Wiwere' dlvhleil' Into six of all over It. I wonder that
1 Hpllits
parties hint
wnubl
Wcri' qin-" 1"1'1/,1'1"11.' |' and wilting to front .- that the ininuiis I 1"-" our IWI Juiluim 11".ul h.IJIII//: \lh

tulk and, tin- aiciiiaoy of tln-lr not kll"h..r..- to expect: us. At 1- I tin itit'ii each pnrty l I having 'sepnruto Hit' Jolly oil puny nloiiKI I tiuts iftlciMtl M'lf. Mv. vobeva' I 1'1. I I mnprlsoilme. I tbov haven't started' 11 factory to linn
(I Ill!Ins to I'rr..rlll.'u crouohod |I.or- I them out.
begun 'lUlllliKtluwn innol I tin* tlirtiIn -.
11&1"1"1 exactly they [ /
r luutlon w 'hn' Inter connrmed by o'tlock : / flail I 11"-1 altut. Our artillery
f..1
ward. moving I Hlovvly I In t-lnglo' flip, Tricks of Combing
Hoelion of the parapet "so' thvvo I In tin- milling party
was ttutpri-iiii' :: The> Iron ) .) a 11111111 luul so I..rl, Hie < >eriimn bnrti
I have to climb oVer It uud Ktumhllng I Into I shell I holes nu i 1toii.l over llnriIIH mil uirimHi ? "I ( first I Introdiicotl'!,
which, I turns I tl-m I Into mencM'i'rcii' wouldn't proper I ri-lny Y wire Hint It gave I. 11* I Iroublii lit all. \1"1 1".4'111.111
off. < men-somo very l loud IIt'II.I--IIII.1 I i No I""' l.nnil lit (lou" Intcrvnl, bombing. tin- wenImprovised I
In tho prertence of their olllcers seemed vevru! I luiri'S \V'e xx-nlkeil, I hr""I" It xvllh I only I few 11.

to m/lk,. tin, m subsorxleiit' nnd ibeiIcnt| managing. to koi-r In touch with I l'III'h I lllkl/l I rliiiln, I \I.. hlniw 1'1 nur stay ",'rlll'IPH.'h"n wo reuelietl, I I h. loxtr out of moss I I lux. I Ih,' fuses woro cut

six articles In this reiiuirKubli other I though the machine' I inn bullets iiHKlst Hitwoiiinli l nnil., In ? to the tnsto nail Judgment
to till olllcers who coiiimnnded( us. I Tliore uro piirnpet'
, mean, (Lf course, tIt privates.' In this ! Kirles", by, Serteaut; SIcCllnlock. : began to drup. men" iilrnost I I tofu...dl ii.Ii'- tMSInf "'1 1'1'"I'IIIly' or 1..ly.I to n>- 'I.III tossttl In I few bomliH n followed Ir hllvl.I'111' bomber, mid Just,

way the ").,,t"fIlnrk.t1 ugnlnst, the Two linvo uln-udy been printed' ly. Once wo wenxtiirtod, we' nero, ('Ii f,'ri.. us. 'I 11.y wiriorilrnil,I imt, to I tin,in right/ over us HOOII as
will soon. It In neither fearful nor, rail I I I let)I. \\ had li'imllnlr posltliiiislifii wi- lii- mi more or less priililemnlloiil.I l''reiiient-" | ,
fnthorlnnd. Captured (Jermiiu olllcers' and the third appear' exphuloil. 'I hero WIIJII', I 11"1'1111 In I

e'Kpeelally' l'rll.IIIII.1'1'' a nasty lot. the most, liitcrvHllim one of lie Hi-lien Ill-en ilrllled I so long ii nil HO inrefully u m II'IIIIIKInn'k until Hit' IIIMI, niiiii of our sight. 'I hey wi re 1111! Ill I tliHr dugoutsI'.nl ly th. ( lermans luive, tossed our bombsbnik

that null mini 1 hiK-vv Just what Inwax luul lu-i-n m-ioiinli'il, I 'flu I Into I trcMhcH, P befnro. t Ili'yxvent
fur
ir "'tJ'r tried to get Information. thus far uud la'" euitttl.iI'Over : ,,1'1'1 y xv(- knew trill well whore everyilugoiit 111' .
to ik, Ii nil lie kept. right on ..I"IIIIt u I/ I final Hi-r-llon of our i-ntoiirii w tiM rorii'po.it 'Hint was i ami I ItHinting r'-
i- .
:
Helil"TIIO
from them for vvo know they would the Top and Give 'Em wns 1..11.1. huh wi* riisheil ,0. dangerous
unless. ." gut lilt. To .I'''' It seemedthe 1 .I! nt tvM-lvo xiri-li-hiT? tn'iiri'rx, who 'I can't ilo Hint with
He happily and very Intelligently I I I KnKll-h 'l'nmya' Imtile cry us he i tinintriiiiees vvlill nur m (.111,... ': fil'I boy I

L ,,'instructed! I In. the art. brul froth MM 'trea li. Tin lxmt!> mid I ground was moving, back undermo. hut 1"/ Hpi-rhul/ I trnllit-il with I I us. HO 1"111 "" "'1.1 to II'" just IIS I Mills I Ir"IIr.. or nny of I tin-, I ImprovfiTfnctory
tliat tarteil The first ten jurds wen- thtoughout. J..h,1
ut BUly .
whut ILL1VIiLfl'LI. thaI
unit uniil'l fiinilllnr with
tiotiibs tho
At last cnine the ight wl..n0. I"'e, the I 1'y fi' had expelled I It I In go. Two (!ioniumsran 11.1. 1..11." I 1'nklllW
furty-nl> fnlliU ID return The tiling. wus perfectly or-, t trrnch Hi'ftlun willri, | wiWITI' to . bow timed I I and i
.
wero to go "over 1.. t. ". across NoMan's Germans hint trfimrwl u "urj>rlsu forthem. I Our first plump' Into me / I sits roundlnKn Just I they nro nroIrnlned
giinUi'd. of
Land ami hnvo I' frolic with l rnphl', tlemrliitlon of dufKBuntMcCUntotk I party' ten was The Raid and Hi Results illteli iinglo with a Hi nut.' In my bund., know Just bow to throw

Frits In his own happy' homo. I am 'i terrible eip.rien"e.Handy I II coniiiid| of sh gait I.i's. They were paying Thi-rt-" wentwo lliln/:>t wlilth I too'Ii' They luul thilr hands up, hi nil each of I""'11I. TJien; t tlio (iermans used I towork >
out wires I n'I
endeavoring to I". us "it.-ourato.' und I n carrying leplmnosto I 1"'H"lll/ for our riilillni pnrty to them' Jt-lli'il' : I Hi ilo 1."ml trick of their own.
ho used during the Dftoen! minutes If
truthf' as possible. In tl......, stories ot Literature. I Start IKTOSH Nil .M.in'i I.ninl. Ont- "Mey. k ii III i'rtu'I 't" '1 hey learned hIlt our H"O"t"1.1 I rnld-'
work of our stay In tl", ionium trenchesIn .
hnnl
my s ndlerlng 1111.111111I therefore compel Saunderson\ \ fuund It very I -MIM I tie luomt'liliiry I iijl'ki| nlntf I nf tl I pnssetl buck to 1.1 Hent to Iho, ITH went all I situ sh OIl'S to get n ( ,'rnuiau
ho hind tootf&'r. I coimAunk'fitln vilth our liii I I sill'in t'r
1'd' to hOLY that there .vusn't U uiunlo selling IMKAS. Thoolunns I lil'...l wlilrh fulliius I 1.11 ami iiruici ron, 'liij'l .lo limn who rerelved I theinfrom 1'II.t iiH I ''lIv'lIlr. They'd put' b.I-Imots
lit inltiiiirters. A bud
telephoiie code I
the CO who didn't xliow the strain one of which he hail to curry | II-IOIIHM! ri'I of ruin,. until I Hit- ,,t Pier rin- ('huikloi| uml told' thi'n on tin- ground In No MII'1 I.find I
been iirrnnged. using the names of ourcommanding
Jn Ms pallor and nervousness.' Under, with him as n munplo. were very heavy I move I lively.I The, Ci,'ruin I trenebi'M n r I In ny in I MI need trench with I bombs I Iun''r
soi-meil, to want them.' Hut olfloi-rn us symbols. "ICexfont -
orders, we discarded' our trench helm- null nobody w'r. ( Just us wo eatii'i'Il'ii them. In -venit, cases n.n C
11.1
'ru..ly
tint 1" nieiint "Flmt prisoners being '
,
c-ts and suMtltuted knitted' skullcaps be "' as a persistent man uud even F/ | to find! them, to our looking fur souvenirs suddenly been inn
send sent !blink 2" mount "Our .1..r.II'1
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cunld not !
Mrs. Bowling
or empt mesa tins. Then we blackened stubborn "tr..rll Ca Tfl lIe, Th"y1" so nearly similar Inert momorli I.fIH.1'01(.,.
hands und faces with ashes blm away unheurd. "We huve ull the fr"tIUIIII.,1 being sent over ; "Her- In Heveral I ..
our to th<- ""-"' wu rllIH ss wn s
ford. :.T' have Jer- *1 Ik f 011'11..1. 11"I. "Illl hllllln.
front n camp lire BO u.s to avoid being' bookS we con use, she uld, "and wo ",nt'I Inl'r".1 bud practiced' P hit t vvo bail no tr"uhl. new th.. ( 'Ii hill,iiiinii \..l'k..1 it < k ontho
man tremh The t-od wan com ES'V
reudln very
Been as long us possible. After this really can't afford any more! drlllrd finding our way In th"f. I wax Just signalers hud been -
Into motor trucks and matter. Why, I Imven't even opened 1.I.te. 11.1 '
they loaded us thlnkUm that ( thi- only tough They tossed bombs Into tint
.
Koran history In It u week. In case the telephone rl.I'
of that
took us tip to "Shrapnel Corner," from the second volume r,1 part hI' the J"t would I'f riermnii tr"III"1 with fix melt fus"'snttuchetl.
If wires wencut.. r"lllllnl
which point we went In on foot. Just you sold us last tprlngNow, tI. "llClllh'r'lwpre / buck ",'r,4H () MIIII'H J.niul 'is o the (ierinnns they looki
,
.. t semi messages hack by the l.tlnt
table
of those adju
4. 'before we left a stuff captain came you were selling one ( \\11'1 It m-emed flint tho whole eiirth Jtist like the, oilier iMufihM wo hail hocn
use of rifle grenades Theno are rifle
got Just
boarIs"-\
along und gave u* a little talk. Ironing behind r.. rose / the nlr. For I mo- Using, mini In fact, they w"rlIPI but'

"This Is the first time you men have the thin,, '." uuld< Snunderson cheerful. projectiles which carry. little metal mint I was stunned and half bllmltd, the. fuses. Instead" of having failedto

, ,been tested." he said. "You're Cana. ly. "There are twelve books In thU cylinders to contain written mpH"alll by dirt blown Into my fri...-. AVbt-n I ci.fitlnuo frurolnl. as th. OerinuriH,

dlans. I needn't say anything more to Bet. and you CUD use! either 01111 or two and wlilch burst Into flume '\\ I..n they was able to see I ,Ultov.r"o that alt tliought, I thoso fuses hue never been

700. They're going to be popping them or three. IInd MO on up to six tl:) tilt strike the eurth eo that they ran be .Mdl lay tiohlml was u muss (..f lighted. They were inetuirituni'ouq f IISH.The .

off at a great rate while you're on your your board any way you\ wont to. And easily roulllt night. This ulMct-r In npturriPilnrth und rock with I hf-r 1 Ignition "I'"rk111 travel through

iway across. Itemember that you'd between whiles when your Iron I Is ehur"p tit tho signalers was to remainat ami I t.rp a man .hlklnl himself or nn I InstnntiineriiiH fitso ut tho rate "t

better not stand up straight because heating you have good literature to the pnlot o entrance, with his eyeson /'ru/o"lnl out of or lying mill. thirty )'ur,11,! a ""'1'011'1 A Herman would

,our ihella will be going over just six refresh your mind." __ his watch. It woe his duty to sounda Just two minute* after w. went Info pick up ono of '' b"lbM. select the

Und a half feet from the ground where warning signal five minutes befor ttwlr trench th. Oermuns lind! eiphMled dpot whwe. he tiitenilod to blow up .

it's level. If you stand up straight Dellflht In Gardens. the end of our time In the German We Were Crawling About on All Four. f mini? under their pnrnpet., I have few of us with mr own nmrnonal' rind<

you're likely to be hit In the head but The Persian name for o gardenor trenches. nlways believed thnt In Ktuno, way or then light HI finio. After that there

don't let that worry you because it park Is paradise, which recalls In Its The 11n'lOI nf every party of tP also! was n hart of Muh..Dnltlr.IH. merbnnlcnlconfliUnce another they hail lenrned what spot, hnil I to bo 'I new tnnn In his Jjnc .

. you
r. know It. So why la h-' worry about Eve were |..liic*>d to tend and dr**. It. the warning blast nnd then the fInal I u rl'fli (if the scores .. times we Whether that's true i nr not oni- fuse wns Ignltet)

It"That was bis farewell. lie Jumpdon Whether, the durden of Eden be accepted bln.t. when each miD WHS to drop hail guIle through every prearrangedmovement thing Is 'rtuln-Ihllt rnlrw blew our The next day, when I got up after

his horse and rode off. as historical or flKurutlif. It U'" everything one ret back nf I'IJI artillery In <.,r prmHio' duplicateOerinun I (lrlllnhmfll, ns we would wiy In Kentucky this disastrous raid ray bmikle nlt:

The Bomb R, ld. a fact. that among all civilized peoples.whether fire Wi wire riot to IOIIVP any I trencht behind,I I our lines.Without "plumb to h-I." And It kllbwl "/ol"lhlnl mire rnl.-K-i] n- our

, The point we were to attack bad of ancient or modern time. In deal. or wounded In the Herman tremh either of thoite I Ilf'In..o! wo or dlNtiblcd more than half of our (' Iulatwo. -

been selected long before by our proportion ns they advanced/ refinement on account <<.t the Information which simply could not hove* I.n th. thelu-r imrty. . --

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f PACE EIGHT BRADFORD COfNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 13, I"II

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I Mr, Tim Thomas of footer I'und terries of the sea-i>n was loaded on i ;Mfs-r. T B and S, E, Trie-t werevictors Sunday. r

.. a. a \i-itnr here ."' iitunlaj, afternoon,. M"r laj. Beanies the full car: several to Starke :Monday, Sidney be- I! We are glad to annourH. ,, \
., nf the I I.'s leaving, Tuej>damoining > B. Hudson has empl , I' .,
I. Mr. Erm- D klc-. of old Bradfuri. -rate" 'WI'I"" Chipped 1 by open express inif ne y .j j jtnnt '.
.\ ,11 II1'.1'\ h'r- la-t Mondu}'. und 'jUlt., a numlfr of crates were for ( amp Jackson to go to ', which he \e-ry miuili i

.,1'-1-! ( VV. 1 .ariuniori'. r., I.1 I.l.iivl I.. r.c-M: ,Mr for the nt rai Strawberry 'o"'k, f..r Lncle ani.Saturday \\ care sor'-y. to ar'.neighbor's

( .,-1 Y ,," 01 I,.,.'" habflj (co'ly, a-un ,u .on. : night a number of the !little; son, Fredo' ,.. ,
County News Items I l'i.url Hi pkmt motored to slur tal kt! understand that the- party who voting f"lks gathere-d at the' home. of has had: to undergo an op" ,

ThJr"J..v.i ( fuurd a pocketbook with about *8 in :MrP.. Smith of Lakeside to hi.-, a ..(jpendicitis, but we ,ncn'' :]'., '
: ...._ _- -' -- --- := little fun :Several: were played I that he is getting along .
: n -= = ===-0 = | ;Miss Jlga Ward who is teaching at it about four or five weeks ago badn'theard games ni
(iLukn!*, pent la-t .ec-ek-end with her that we lost one at that time, and at a late hour they departed Mrs. H. B. Hud-on and! ;M
1 IwUrotlng r cti Gathered During the 7/cfit by Our imrintx, Mr, and ;Mrs. r:. J. Ward.j ; with about that amount of church for their homes, reporting; aery nice I Taylor were visiting thnr -. .

f Regular Correspondents. j I'rof. Ft A. Greene of Starkc, was money in it and had put up a notice I time. L.. \\:. Carter, Sunday afte'in
!1" ', (, ,hakmg hands uith the \oters here in the postoffice to that effect hrfping The farmers of this section had thopleasure Little Irene Wilkinson h.;' ,

IMt Sat unlay. Having been principal I; that it would be returned, but it has [ of feeing a nice rein fall on I tack of mumps.

'. ''of the school hf has many friends here not, as yet.Rev. j I Sunday afternoon. This put Mr. Far :Mrs. Charley Wilkinson ., .

''who will doubtless be glad to swell his Dr. Palmer evangelist mer to planting Monday morning. visited her .
i IN. T .J I I""r n'nr.f.i.iihf .'<"<'ne Ray an daughter si.ste-i
; HEILBROPJPJ.H. f .. f iiidi,, i' {lujiinnif la-t Saturday v'ul" for. the )llout-e of Representatives conected with the Southern Baptist MesrS.. B. Woodard and Will ( Saturday, returning home ."

I. rnL.rh',' i .11' i "-ie'iii"/l to enjoy the. ocL. in group onf. HP hat been an attacheI C'onvention, is holding ten-day\' \" Jon"s spent, Friday afternoon at ;Magnolia :Mr. James Strickland mild ,
, I ., i" :\.j..' \ lr.J W. Baker .< I'.n '. .t- i.iuth'" Among tnn-e who I the l<'gi slature for the past three al in the Baptist church at Lawtey.Th lake ll'hing and had very good ness trip to Lawtey :Monday
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n A'' i.' ,', ..t.' Ml. rlll1. "'ntjii- att.. nd. d I v.i'rt' Me--r-, X.irj' Clayton 1 .bt-5--ions, I.m'thl' n"'dot of our coun- -> services are full of interest and luck.Mr :Mr. Cuyler Ben .

i \ r. ':<., t hi. .1 : irgcimg illne-. and L',.,Ciawford, ), W Bradley, Uy I and is a furniidublicandidate.. Hoiwus ,, are being well attended Dr. Palmer and! :Mrs. Ed Sullivan and little : !'CharIer Horace Star! ".-

:vl I ,k* h.ipp w.'"hopping in our L. R. and Clexc Raulf>r-on, :Mert New- I accompanied by his parents Mr. is a man who has travelled extensively (.on, Mulberry: )', who ha\" > been visitirg : ed n fish! fry in Black Creeknight. ., ,...
I i.- 1.1 "'. ,,ft"-J'''''*-, man !, Leo Bradley !Howling Green, and MM. W. II. Greene, and sister I conducting evangelistic meetings here for a few days are row \'i"-i

t, l.i: '. I 1.. ,-\, 'I I >' 1..1 i.:. |'astor of HeilI I Jno. Mr. shiP
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I I I" ..1 i, hjii.h., :.1 l.:<'ii: I.,,. regular ape Harnngc, Orin and Kufus Reddish; I Starke and Mastrr George Conley. preacher and a man with a message.Ill i Ilpn Strickland, of near Starkc. !," : ,
,I )' /pui' ' "fu' :>,, >,!' .I.,;, and, Sunday. I I1 Delbert Sapp and C'lyde Carmichael Mr. and Mrs. Ii. D. ("olson and !son, -, sermons are pointed practical and 1 ;\McEwen; and daughter, Ruth of crates and nineteen. quart I t.
berries
Mi,', .\\\11 :.I.n'. and wife visited and Mishps C'hloic. Ara, SnaiJer and Hovaie, and :MISH Thelma Ward motored appealing, and it is hoped that great Lakesuitwere seen in our Lurg Tues- Monday.NOTICE .
: I.. .i.iotli. r, MJ. H., Wurthington, :i Delia Crawford Ruby and IJosa demons to Lake Butler :Monday afternoon.S. 1 good will result from these services. I da)'. !I -

i' I !j""<-: ri'iu}' '' /lu'ig, returning homo Lmnie Norman, Mary Gaskins, V. Andieu, Guy I'mhoUter and The revival will continue to be held I :Mr H, S. Roebuck' wad a business :: TO T\Xl'\nr-:|{

( ."-.itunliy. !! Emma and Mae Rnulerson and So- Albf rt Shaw attended the burial of the in the Baptist church the balance of victor to Starker Wednesday.,
" I I 'ijur iati prin< ipal, !I'rof. E, W. Wil- ,; phronia HradlryMei infant daughter of Mr.I and :Mrs I-. F.Surrency thi- week urd again on Sunday morn- We will be in Lake Bull], i
I \ i kin ,' ,
'Jf\ pa j rs. riyde rnrmichael Orin Red- last Wednesday at Mt. Sinai 'inir!, the final "ervice being held >
l ! day route to htarkf, where he beii"n di h and ,Arthur Rigdon attended serMC near Graham. day evening; at 7 o'clock in sun-I I ; for the purpose of assessing!' ilecting

I ; ur.e of Cmle: Sum's l/oys. He has 'S .it Antioch last Sunday night I Mr. tt. I). John.*, "f N..w River. was E. chuich .. A. Taylor, Columbia taxes. Tax bookw i '.
Wyatt
taji'ht at a numl.fr of places and : on business here last Thursday. I' I on the first day of April M I !
Mr. Orin Green the only voting
was The churches
united .
I in Lawtey last S. C, was here ln=t Sunday and gaveI
i I ni:.de many friends who join in l"iKb- i"iom this! immediateicmity to Mr. and :Mrs.\ R Godwin and three I there and pay your taxe, ai i
man I Jour.day.ninll with the Baptist folks talk Mr. is
good Taylor a
i us young
I him hf.althtnd happiness und aaf. I a assessment" '! for next '
Hill
f. children of I'me Saturday
ing and spent your yt.n
In ranks
be the Tuesday
placed in a union revival service and in order' man and has been in the Dixie Endeavor
the :
> vojugcthrough' unseen trials both relatives and friends wish for and Sunday with :Mr and :Mrs. :M. I to accommodate the 'l Very truly,
people it was work ns secretary for two
i.f his soldier, career.Mr and safe Matheny.Mr I de-j' N. D. WAI WRII( !
him, successful return
a trip a cided to hold services in Grace :M. I
home at the termination of the ; J. L and sinter
church which .be the A-
happens to largest
,1. t war. church M. DOWLIXG
in town. The house B ,
Reddish JaR Wain-1 was 6 Dixie Endeavor meeting
I :Me'irs.' Drew I .-- to Worthin ton last Sunday af at : JO is our .
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.. right, /Delbert Sapp and John For1yth ternoon. crowded and the sermon delivered by I an.1ve are looking for a large crowd 2t. ( "

: ,' accompanied llev. Donnelly to BROOKER. Mr. G. W. Dyal, of Cooler Pond, was j, the Dr. Palmer was much appreciated. All .I Mr.: Harney Varnes was called to
.stark', :Sunday afternoon. I pastors were present and took part the bedside of his sister at Fairbanks .Malaria Builds '
-I in our burg last Tuesdav afternoon. I IWe the Drives Out L'pS> stint
Mr. J. I.. 1'armentor made an extended \ 'l'ookerIar.: 12. Sheriff of in service.Rev. last Saturda '. .
I J Epper regret to chronicle the death I i Alfred! Evenden of the I I ) The Old Standard (merit' Btrrngthem u.
; trip to Worthington recently. !son, T>f Starke was in our town on bus- the infant of Mr. und Mrs. I.. F. Surrency :Methodist pastor We had a nice rain Sunday after- CKOVfc TAaTEUl-sS, chill TONIC,.ill
Episcopal church, announces Malaria.ennchevthcbttxxl andt(>'lilt}* ..
:Mr F. B. Robinson, our "bragcot
.f in'" s Saturday. which passed away lat Tuesday | noon. .
'I that he will conduct the regular | tern. A uu toaie I-cr adult* tad chiKln!
'. ton grower, prove j his deficiency a :Miss\ :Marguerite Phnver, of Lake night. March 5th. It only lived morning: service as usual! next Sunda '. I I Mr. A. Andrews, of Raiford wa- ,
few days ago as a horse trader by ('it>, was visiting her parents here I to brighten their home three days. It He brief. ) in town last week on business.

trading his mule for a nag that worked Sol'trdaand Sunday. seemed to be !petting:. along all right | tive promises to a which, all bright who, attrnc-l desire Mr, John J. Coffin was in Jacksonville I
service
a- fine at the time of exchange but :Mr. If i' Surrcncy is visiting ,*.Ia- until Tuesday morning: early when it to worship God or listen to the ] last week on business"

, which had a profuse odor the next tins at Nichols Ga., this week. was taken seriously ill and only Uved will!) be welcomed. In the evening Gospel the, ,| :Mr.\ J. J. :Mansell spent Satunlav

morning and could hardly be moved L. BodICe was a visitor to Luke Butler a few hours. The burial took place at : church will be turned to the night and Sunday with his family' at I

" even with a stick said condition of last Saturday afternoon Mt. Sinai cemetery, near (.raham, I tist folks for the final over service of their Bap !Starke." ,

which :Mr Robinson judged to be the :Mrs. T. B. /I'urker, of Lacrosse, attended where the little one was placej by the revival, to which will ;Miss Ruth Coffin spent last week uJacksonville.
after effect* of high-life. After a week ) the burial. of the infant of :Mr.urd side of one "ii>ter and three brothers, II| hearty welcome.everybody The receive .

\ of sweet talking together with twentyfive Mrs. L. .. Surrency, which died all of -which had died in Infan.')'. The asked a to keep in their publicis I. Andrew Harnage is at work for ;Mi-
bucks, hp succeeded in cffectlr lu.t Tuesday night. town and community deeply! sjmpathi memories: Thomas near Long Bridge.!:'
" the
1st time, 7 o'elock Jnd! the place I
I a rue and Mr. liarnard Johns, our Dr. J. ":. Maines, of Lake Butler, .<> with the heartbroken pi.rents in'' Grace :M. E. church ;Urd the A number of our bovs spent &ui
r" rrotessional trader, may tie credite.Jwltb made a professional call here last Friday their tad hour of affliction_ | the final service of; he Baptist event rejvival i at Pentacost.Mr. BONES
having caused :Mr. Kobinson to .
afternoon. --- --
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with Dr. Palmer to the John P. Coffin spent a couple] "f
gain this. valuable experience which :/. L. Shrtver, of Camp Johnston, LAWTEY. I The Epworth League preach will be''i ihermon. davs last week at Worthmirton RUBBER COPPER
is (ciuite helpful all along life'spathway. rUl/'ged
tl'cnt' Saturday and Sunday with his The folks of this place ufpnHaH -
young
held 6:30 usual.ine .
,
.1.,' iibrentK. Mr. and-Mrs.' John Shriver.Mrs. I, ,t.1t! :: as # . ., I tVir. .Tunis; ,,* mnntinrr ...it. f uL.B'ltler ..... TIRES BRASS
11',' Mr rrtij Sapp and wife, of nearStarke ': 'J. -Abbott,- ( Plant- City' was I A son was born to :Mr. and Mrs. J.IT. .church: met i.aaie.sia nt the home 01 of i,.race1.Mrs.: A. M.:r.. I ; Sunday; -afternoon;; :''' -- TUBES LEAD r*:

.. .itl attended church here Sunday.SuL here on a visit with relatives part oflf.it Moore: last Thursday morning.Mr. Blanchard Full Mr.: Ancel Cone of I.ake But':' i ipasgerl 1'. i
,', I >titjte! J. H. Wainwright carried: week. I : Paul Johnson and family, of r will !be published Thursday.nl'xt'l'ek.particulars. through our burg SntuH.uDon't ': ROPE SCRAP IRON

-. : the mail lust Saturday.Mr I l.ieut. Sam Ward of Chattanooga!: Raifortl. were guests Sundav at the i :Mrs.' j. O Randall returned home forget that Johnt<>wn ,i- i
.f Mr G.1.: Sistrunk, employe of the Tenn, was home- on a visit here last home of :'>Ir. and Mrs. H. B. Bennett.I t Tupsday noon from a to Jackson- boom nnd expects to remnin on. Th. .' SEND IT TO US WE REMIT PROMPTIY :.
Standard Oil Co., attended to business \\' ',' I ;Miss Wilmer Blanchard returned toher ; trip not thing to thi n '
villi- and ;;t. A 'icru.itine.vliss is a ke-ep pl.i n V'rite For Pnceli'st :
I ; here the cailier part of the week. 1: ;Miss Pearl Hopkins who has been home Monday from Jacksonville! Lois Miss Bessie being! a large town,
IVrrj.
The (.. \\uinwright grist mill MMting :\liHs Ruby Crosby for the pistwiMk where she opent several days with rel- und Mis Wilmer Blanchard have Terry ie- The young folks enjoxn':' .1 pr ,t I' ..' \\PMIHSULARMETALCO. 1.1:;

whuli hiis been under re-pair lately is returnfd to her home at Luke ativps.Rev. turned from \'isi it to Jacksonville. popping( at the home ...f11'; <, W '
I again in good working order. G. S. Henderson, of :Middle- a .BAY JACKSONVILLE,FlA .
C
< itv Sunday, I :Miss Florrie Teiry has returned Johns, there being pre-ent fit,it\--i\, 657
r Mr. A. A. Wainwrtght whose'! wife ;Mr. G. B. Colson made a trip to burg filled his regular appointmentat from al-e ('it"r.erp shr has ..----_.
beenvisiting
is spending several weeks in Sturko.is Wo'thington! Sunday afternoon. the Lawtey M. E.:: ,hurch last Sun i the month.Mr. CLAY HILL. ';
/
past ---- "
r stopping over there nights. ;MensrHand; Crews, Elcion Baxter day morning.Mi i I
.
: J. II. Moore left
, Mr. :Suiiuel Albrittnn of Saxon wasa .J I .tin I lodge, three of I Brooker's boys, : ses Annie Wilz and HOXP :Miry of last week; for Wednesday For Indigestion; Constipation or :
pkasunt visitor' here Tuesday. !. 11 Monday for service.Mr. Hull spent several days in Jackson evening Knoxville Clay Hill :Mai. 1 'L-trawb"III'i Biliousness
Mr. Uii'k Iiavis of army Tenn, on receipt. of a telegram that have j begun to move prettv- lively from
Lawtey, wa.in Walter Baxter made a business ville Jast w..k.Mrs. Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
the last his father was seriously ill. On reaching our section as1":\ L W. Wilkin-on
parts Sunday.Mr trip to Starkc- Monday. J. A. Starling, of Highland, I' WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestn-
his destination he found that his
: Kirl" Vanderbilt relatives shipped three crate's last Friday l U -
with
Crews and :Sunday
Fernandma Saturday .
y fleputy Dowling, of was spent
father had passed to the Great Beyond ; Laxative pleasant ( > take Made andrecommended
| sides the made! se-veral
caught a fine string of fish at OUI'aprlnlroJ here attending to business. Sbturd in Lawtey.M i shipments by
with silver hook y. I j.' L. H.I : soon after he had started on his : others to the public by Paris Medicine
last Friday a Bridge Foreman Sauls is here reiiring :\ ssrs.!' \\ . Godwin and
Johnnie I'armenter, who i is an honorable bridge's in tl'o 'Wannoo. branch Hill were visitors Starke :Monday.Miss \ i I journey.Rev. : :Miss Ila Wilkinson of Li-nir Bridge Co manufacturers of Laxative Brorr ,
candidate for matrimony, the and! will be stationed here for a few Kula: :May Sapji is spending a'' }; S. :Moore it' rememberedi 1 1I I was \'i5itinlCIrs.: Lillian \\ lkin-nn Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Toni.;

I f chief plank of hit platform being daYK.llr.. I few days with friends in Jacksonville.Mrj. 'i here by many, as he spent' the winter I 1-

I "Woman Suffrage" wa again electioneering : Floreus Ward, of Tampa, spent : G. W. Brown and! ",on, Clifton, I i here a year ago several with is son, and the he '

I at Sap! und Manning stations last week-enel here with relatives. ,| came up from Gainesville and spent preached on occasions The at
church. deceased
the latter part of last week.Mr. Mr. K. J. Ward left :Monday\ for Saturd.iv at their home here.I :, Lawtey Baptist ,
Ancel \rum'Aright and wife and. I I.iebman, who has been was about 1 fO >ears of age. The Ier..n'pd -
N'eal, where he has accepted a position i I Mrs I Harry relatives have the
)Ir. Odcar Andrews on.i. wife and as xawyer.Mr. the guest of :Mrs.\ J. D. Randall forseveral sympathy :
.
mother motored to Bradford Farms I I[ weeks left for her of the entire community.Mr. J
: Fred Hazen left last Wednesday Saturday : A II. Harley received his commission
last Sunday. for N'ashvillo, Tenn, where ho! will home in Columbus, Ohio :Mr\ =. Randall this week "as District !Deputy

Mr. J. J. Green made a combined\ spend some time. Ii accompanied her to Jacksonville, and Grand Master for the 14th :Masonic If
business and pleasure trip to Sander Lieut. Ku-hard: accompanied by his together they spent the day visiting )District. Th's: aponmtment should
son last week, returning Thursd.iy.: ,wife were transacting business here St.: Augustine and other points on the have been made? at the recert session Does Your Farm i in Florida Pay ? ;
Mr. and :Mrs. 1A. King and children Monday. East Coast
of the Grand Lodge in Jacksonville 'location U vcrythinir Not far b tfca nyfTi
OdcsFii and Donald 1, who reside AIM) BP.OOKER A cla'Jlrhtp1" /born to :Mr. and but ns there was some misunderbtamling RIGHT wh re your work will'bnnc th.away ratulta may:you .e.k. h'. "1
near the Canova pastures, MMted the < '/11.! Futoh and ;Mr Peek of Starke, :Mrs. \\'. E.: Torode :Monday morning.Mrs. it vvn referred bnck tq the several worth while to lovMtirat* thcmany large tract of good(mm I''
?
V\'. II. Williams' home' Sunday were. on professional business here : J. E. Wilson spent from Fri ledges cf this district, and being land near pronreaiv.conunuiube* aJontf J!

f'rivat.'etlley Cason who was :Monday. day to Sunday with her daughter, recommended I by the majority of the The Florida East Coast Railway

"some" smile's over his twenty-clays'" :Mr.\ 'G. B. Colson has purchased a :Mrs. Frank Webb. .nt Island drove.Rev. lodges of the district, :Mr. Harley was IFI..... !:r.t....,
furlough hum, and "mor,, smiles Ford cnr.Mr W. L. Ovprstret-t filled his regular oppo-nted.; His friends, both of who thn>u t.it mbiidiitry companies--the fodel Land Co..Per*
over his, son \Ne-sley, Jr., born the :'trjinst. :\ and :Mrs\ D. W. Hazcn ajid. L. appointment at the Alachua Baptist many nne Grant d Co Crtuluora :Co.. and; Okechob Co wwn
the :Masons\ ami'\ out, are congratulating .. ...
.
and hoo for tale unable area* tor bow larmmf and truck .. ..
., is simply" "all" smiles now, having A. Brown motored over to Cooler Pond church last Sunday. him upon the honor conferred upon Fre.., tlluBtraied literarutc on requoat. Your cjueattotu will bpromptly

1 received his discharge thus permitting last Friday afternoon. Postmaster R. B. .Tackson was a him, knowing: that the honor is nut anrwered
him to remain. with his, fam :Miss Lois Cowart, one of the teachers visitor to Starke last Wednesday. misplaced.Mr. J. E. I.NCRAHAM, Vie.-Pr .identJAS

ily. He was discharged on account ofa at Cooler Ponel school, spent Saturday :'Ir. AJbert :Moseley visited, relatives : H. C Peaco nnd family were INGRAHAM.. S.I.I Ai.nt
deformity of the feet. here with :Miss Eunice:: Hazen.Mr : .. His mother FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY
in ln
S.unday.
Campvillp ) visitor* to Jaekion1. \ ediit-ji"!:' ,', ,
I Room '",' CIr: Buildin St Au..a., Florid
lIIa"t'rrthur and Loi-y Uig'lim' : \ F..Iwards; was a .iMitor to the home
Mrs.:\ G. W. Moseley: returned Mr. :.1. L. Smith, of R.ni'I'I. was a
and their uster.Missis:\ Lossie, Do- e-ounty xeiit Monday.Mr with him visitor to Ltiwtey Surd,ly.Mr. .

cia and F.va motorge-d Vanderbilt !Leste r Shaw received a painful :\Irl<. :M. L. Loa
last un'ny.'! i iMlns hriii-e on his right lrg by letting a car grand don, Everett, visited relative, in Wednesday to meet hii little so-i! Paul I

Kunire :Moore was a welcome! run over him. .Jnckflom ille Sunday, returning homo who has been. spending: se1 l'J'li"l: ..,
!guest\ nt the T. A. Crawford home last : Mr. I U. D. Tnjlor. Worthington, :Monday nt Pensacola with his sister, Mrs. E.::

Sunday. :i xpent Sunday afternoon here. Mr. F. A. Fisher, of Jacksonville, Y. :Mayo.Little .
Mr. W. C. Clcmons went to Brooker. :Mrs I'1.:\ Barefoot has been very was transacting business in L wtey : Miss" Le>na Belle Sheppard enteitainetl : QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. I '

on hor'.e'-tradmg expedition last Sat-1] xick with malaria fever, but at this one day last wePck.Mrs. several of her little friends,

r urday retuining home Sunday. 'i writing is very much improved.We O. L. Thomas and children last Saturday ('\'('ninfrom threeto '
Little Mi.si.ea Emma and Dolhe I'nr- arc>g lad to report all the sick spent several days in Jacksonville last six at the home of her parents the : House Furnishings ;

I wenter spent Sunday with Kuby :Nor-j ones_convalescing.ci. ! ; week.It. <>c<:... .ision being her ?th birthday. I I I
I .'"". vv. uazcn was snopping in from Jacksonville There has teen three
D. Randall camp over lefrigcrator
man.Mr.: Fisher Oii; .kin* and son, John t'JI'k' (' Wednesday. and spent Sunday at his horuoin cars of !'trI1Wberill" sent from Lawtpy i !
j
t twelve :Mr.\ liar Ilnzen attended theState
L, report the loss of prown :: ley East I.awtev. so far this week. One Monday! ,

cattle and cicht calves out of one Fair .it Jacksonville last Wedne :Mr\ .*. N.; T. Peeples! was a visitor to one Tuesday and \Vednesdav.! Also
bunch, balancvd against an increase ilav.S. :. Jacksonville last Friday. a good many crates have been sent
of two living c-ntvet, !nhowini; that their. V. Andrews, our popular furni- :Miss\ Lois Terry i is spending several by open express.THERESSA.
prorlts for this S'Rlnwill. / be very I t ur.' man. was! tran 'ueting business utI'airbanks davs! in Jacksonville. with relatives.Mr. . -- -.--
small. The heuvj' Ion* nf calves is due last Thursday.Mr. '! .
from Sum-
M. Davis
I came up .
to a number of dcufx. which not only I l.urian Ha/.c-n was in Starke! on I and Sunday at his home
destroy calves but aK. play havoc business lust Wednesday.Remember ner spent I 1 !
with ats and pills whenever they ,services at the ;Missionary here. Theressn Mar. 1:1.-Rev. John Mul- \
<>
u
Mr. II. I ft. Randall and family moved
I lady, of Hampton filled his regular
them It church next Saturday and
with Baptist
contact socms
come in the first of the
to Jacksonville part
here the Christian
that it would be well to have the law I Sundav t> the pastor. Rev. S. S. Proctor week, where Mr. Randall\: is extensive, church appointment Sunday.Mr. at J JI
en fun'ed in cases of this kind inasmuch of I"nkc Butler.Mr automobile business.Mr. .
nx the owners of these harmful : Clyde Ward, Ruby and AbeCrosby ly engagcil in the : C. Youngblood was visitor I ,
: J. A. Allen came over from Starke .
I to Thursday.Mr.
.I and worthless beasts take no action and Pearl Hopkins motored toXtw with
Jacksonville and spent Sunday : S. .
, in checking thu menace, neither this River Sunday arternuon.i II Roebuck vas a business!
heretofore.Mn | l Pro Carefoot Worthington, was his familyhere.. visitor to Gainesville a few days of I t
year or ,
.. Mrs. Sylvester! spent several days last week "
., : I'n\/I Tarmenter spent the in '.iir burg last Saturday on profesiun.il I
) last week with relatives at Campville,
Mrs. Fred Cloversettle and
children
,
weekenditli her sister :Mrs. Nellie business.Seveial .
I returning: home Sunday. of near Brooklyn, attended church
Williams
:: of th" young folks attended Mr. II B. Bennett, Jr., was a visitor here Sunday afternoon. '

Among th.of, this section who nt- hc-rvicps at old Bradford last Sun- to Starke Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard were
tended to busin < sin Stnrke Saturday diy: night Miss Mittie I Padgett took in the fair Starke ,
shopping
were W. V.. Norman, L'arnii:: Johns, Mr. (L. :Morgan\ made a business trip at Jacksonville several, days of lastweek V.in Saturday.Mr. I
J.
Jones of
J. N. Norman ami 1.. A. Mnis.Mr. to Lesley c C. bickert's mill last Saturday home Sunday. Hampton, was a .
returning business visitor
here
: O: :Mrs. Josephine Sap, of ,
noon.
have Baker been living Manning back:\ station The ladies aid will moet next !Saturday was the guest last. Sunday of herdaughter :'>Ir. and :\Ir!!. D. Wiggins have moved I {

county are un their farm afternoon at the Freewill Bap Mrs. H. B. Bennett.Mrs. I to Hampton, where they will make
again.Rev. tist church at ::1 i : !III) o'clock. : J. J. McLpod l. of Jacksonville, their future home.
ft. W. Larramorp.
of Brooker, A family reunion of th Ward family visited relatives in Lawtey :Monday.
will at Heilbronn church (I Mr. and :Mrs. L. D .Ross, of Lake i
preach next was given at tho home of :Mr. and :Miss Florrie Terry returned home side, were in our burg Saturday.
fourth
Sunday and Saturda'y night before. Mrs. M. P. Matheny last Saturday.Mr. first of the week from Lake City :Messrs. A. Sullivan and P. H. Neal
Everybody come. Hnlbrook nf Santa Fe where she several weeks with
was a spent were visitors to Starke Saturday.
The piece of road leading from Wa- visitor here last .\ '
Sundav afternoon rplath'cs.Ir. .
Berries are beginning to be plenti We
teroak ford near the oM retort, to Mr. and :Mrs.\ I.. Hodges' and little :\ and Mrs. W. H. Barthlow, ofMiddleburg. ful in our sec ion. supply your building needs..

Heilbronn Springs which was petitioned laughter, Mildred! were in Lake But : were guests last Sunday :\IisaIelvenia: Smith and brother

to become a public road some IIt'r Sunday afternoon. at the horne of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. William, of Lakeside, were teen in our everything from the roof down.
two month ago and die-d in the hands Mrs. G. B. Colson!: and son Ressie, Biggs. I'I i burg :\Iondav.In .

of the receiver while being left at the .spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. :Marshal E. E. Burnt-y was a business the first issue of March we made

discretion of our honorable commissioner J. Crews, of old Bradford.Mr 'I visitor to Jacksonville! Tuesday.Dr. I a mistake in the weight of ;Mr. Roe 1I

:Mr.\ Dowling, for further investigation : ('. :M. .Andreu of old 1 Bradford, . G. W. Brown was in Highland buck's hoot It weighed" 2t5 pounds I

was the cause of another VMIS in town :Monday. ,Tuesday on business instead of 14 > pounds. QUIGLEY LUMBER
recked car Saturday night :'>11'. l.on- :Miss Idith"arren.: of Clayno. was .\ Elzic Londholtz of Lake Butler I IIr The farmers of this section are busy & SUPPLY CO.
niu Crawford of the Rising ..section .i pleasant visitor here last :
Saturday was visiting relatives in Lawtey Tuesdav. planting: corn, peanuts and cotton.
being the victim. afternoon. I :Mr. and :Mrs.\ Frank Sullivan Starke
Church of the rhimiti\e FUptlst Mr. Roland: Anderson had the misfortune Henry Btnnett 1\a9 transacting businens i! have been spending a few days,jvho here Florida.
faith will be held at the L. K Hauler- '
to break his after
arm\ Friday ii Ja "lonviIl"'ednuday.. with his father, returned to their home
Ion home Saturday .!tunoon.t noon while trying to crank a car. The first refrigerator car of ftraw- in Daytona Friday.

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