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: November 15, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22 1918
LUME 40.RN NUMBER 21.

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AND PIG ; GROWERS ADVISED TO HOLD THEIR I'I,8', GERMAN U-BOATS

'1' LET THEIR FRIENDS KNOW '* TEN CENTS: : A DAY WILL >.*
PROVIDE: FOR ONE: *

<4'S> The war work-societies have 0$*[ COTTON FOR A HIGHER PRICE ." ORPHAN ." '

1LUB BOYS HAVE been planning to have every / .' Will you help us to raise $.'!hLS ) 'r... SURRENDEREDTOTHEBRITISH

American soldier in Europe: who
is safe and well write home at t ""l> for one year? 1-
.
<$J> once when the war ended advising oS: WORLD SCARCITY BOUND 1 <*, There are I.IO.OOO; children in .
INUALCONTESTBRED <. their that all'is well 41> 't DISTRESSING; ACCIDENT TO I.. France whose fathers have been *
; people .
wi.h them. These cards should 4D>, TO MAKE STRONG DEMAND WILLS FAMILY AT DALLAS .* killed in the war. Their It'overnoi' '
*> merit allows each one ten cents <* 1
begin to arrive in the near future,
.S the Telegraph wishes to ask 'w> LETTERS FROM CONGRESSMANCLARK : I One Killed alld-Four Injured Wheni .s n day for their support. If we can *: TWENTY WERE SURRENDERED {'
RE STOCK DREW O that parents and others receiving *- i Automobile Was Hit by Train Sl add another ten cents each toI' I

CROWD-SPECTATORS '*' them write us at once in order *> AND FEDERAL BUREAU I their allotment, they can be cared *> WEDNESDAY A. M.

BIG (r that we may announce the names OF MARKETSThe i Dr. John C. Wills, has returned home I'9' for much better. I

of all who have been heard from >* from Dallas, Texas, to which city he *- You will find small contribution ,*: HUNS WILL SURRENDER EQUAL

SzE WINNING PIG WAS SEVEN j) since the war ended. Our boys; was called on account of a terrible accident boxes on the streets" where .
who will '9 cotton situation looks decidedly '* you deposit bit. We".1 I NUMBER EACH DAY UNTIL -
21 DAYS OLD AND over there have friends that had! befallen members of may your
ONTIIS <*> be glad to have this news of brighter during the past few days andit the family of his brother, !Mr. II. G. I would like to adopt ns ninny! of *: BRITISH HAVE ALL '. '
WEIGHED 295 POUNDS <1' them. *. now begins to appear that the farmers I I Wills, who Is pleasantly remembered these orphans as possiblef"' ,*

? Don't delay. Send the good & who have held their cotton will yet ns a visitor: to Starke a few years ago. .l" The work will be carried on under ,.*: I = 1

..*> news in at once to the :Tele-- '5s' be rewarded for their patience.The I A Dallas newspaper gave the follow- e annual contest for Corn and Pig graph. *> release of ships from service as ing account of the accident on the'. *' U. INEZ: ANDERSON: *' submarines' worn surrendered to Item

members of Bradford county Fri-was <$> -__ ... army transports assures that foreign morning after its occurrence: *, Chair. War Orphan Com I mttt'e. *. !I\ Admiral Iloirinnld W. Tyrwhitt, thirty .'

nt the courthouse in Starke 5 "' ''' eib4D@ + 4D'54''S"5' shipments can be made freely and the ''Genevieve Wills aged 11 years, '"*> miles off Harwich this morning at

November 15th. world scarcity of cotton and cotton was killed instantly her mother, !Mrs 'e54'4 .4 P4a4' 4'4 4 4' 4'4 00. sunrise. These are the first U-boats

.'ing to an unavoidable the contest change thet in I'' good assures a ready foreign/ and do- H. G. Wills, and a sister, Cecil% aged .. i to be l turned over to the allies by nero .
of holding I
place mestic market. These conditions ofi
; many
advertise 18 were seriously injured, Herbert
could not be as widely V
but is estimat- course relate particularly to short cot- t I Wills, 14, a brother, and Frank Span- The surrendered submarines proceeded
4 was desirable it ton, but it is generally the case thata gler, 14, were probably fatally injur to Harwich in charge of their
'
Ihy I+ mnny that four or five hun- strong demand for short cotton Is where British hoarded t
ed in a collision between an automobile own crows crews M
and
people visited the grounds attended by a like demand for long'i and an incoming Santa Fe passen- I I Iay them and took possession The
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the results the boys and girls are A f cotton and tht Telegraph believes 't i ger train at 8:45 o'clock lust night. 1 Germans; will leave the submarines !S, +

tin gLeven(. Duroc- Bradford county farmers may confidently ',I The accident occurred at the railroad > there and board transports for their w i
pure bred pigs, tep t count on the market for thf'irproduC't '. crossing at Flt/.hugh and Santa Fe r return to Germany.
Hampshire were ex"
and one 1
se3.a improving greatly within the '
The weight of pigs 3.t j avenues. The Wills family resides ntI As Twenty moro submarines wore surrendered -
'LCU. average
next few days or weeks at most. I 1
the feeding period I 701 Cristler! street Frank Spangler'ahome Thursday! and twenty today.
the thirty-eight beginning( pounds. The aver- On this subject we have recently received is at 712 Laurel street. The remainder! of the U-boats to bn I; 1

; weight on the day of the contest two very encouraging Iptt..rsCram I "The car was' driven by !Mrs. Wills. handed over in accordance with tho nrmititice -
Washington one from the Bureau She going south Fitzhughi will be later.MNAL .
170 pounds and the average ago was on terms given up
of Markets and the other from .
i when it wan struck by Santa Fe train --- ----- -------
the day was seven months,
same I
[ Frank Clark. '
fed ; Congressman No. 68, coming from St. Louis. The RETURNS OF NOVEMBERELECTION :
1 days. The pigs! were an aver- ;cur The letter from the Bureau of Markets
of 138 days and during that time I i automobile was carried fifty feet down : : : ("DRYS" AN111'AX h
rt is as follows; { the track, burying its
occupants un
lile an average !gain of 129 pounds, 1 Increased Demand For Cotton .
nn average daily gain of .93 pounds. Attention is called to tho following der the wreckage. Hurry calls were ; wu.l A ., Stt Tallahassee'! Nov. )1H.! -Final/ returns e

t average cost per pound for feed statement made by' Mr. Charles J. immediately answered by three undertaking yy.t + 'rom the November f>th general election -

1 pasturage to make this gain was Brand, chairman of the committee on : establishments and, theEmergency .4l" ksdtRIN HH>'! tabulated in the ollicu\ of the .

.-5 cents. cotton distribution and chief of the Hoppital. i secretary of state today, gives the following f" 1
Che first prize pig was fed by Carrie Bureau of Markets of the Department "While the ambulances were arriving vote on the two constitutional .
from the train and
Green and was truly an "eyenpr" passengers amendments as follows: ,Ls.
f of Agriculture: on November 14, announcing -
by rescued the victims. The
to everyone who visited the passers of constitutional to ,
the committee's action re- For adoption nr- I r
fcibition pens. This pig, Carroll'srl Emergency Hospital ambulance, driven t lisle twelve section eight, allowing I ,' t .'
the of
nuiring suspension speculative u
by D. C. Garrison and I.. E. Cheek, f. "
No. 2t4926! weighed 45 poundsthe '
"short"" selling/ of cotton on the ex- answered county to impose n tpn-mills'hool tux, ,
the call in four minutes and
l
beginning of the feeding periodat changes.: It will be noted that the cot- found the victims lying the railroad 21,0.17: ; against\ 10,723. I I l S SI ;
on
of contest -
the close the weign29. ; -
tfOMER ton committee, reflecting the views of embankment where the I For adoption of constitutional "
pounds, a gain of 250 pounds> BLiTCIi LIMB.UTGH rescuers I \
) r ,
well : TIIIl.PENi ;:
the Department of Agriculture as! hud amendment to article nineteen for ,
them.
placed The of !
lilt Ac- body Miss y
Ibs
days, or 1.74 per day. Second lieutenant of infantry is .
a
ns of the cotton experts constitutingthe n i I. l t
the record Miss Genevieve Wills, who was instantly i < r i niK'i- Jtnt '-wide prohibition, 21.H01 ; against:
ding to kept by
son of Mr. and Mrs T. N. Limbaugh, "
t committee, confidently expect an With I -
killed, was left for the undertakers i > .11 i anIv IH.IiOO.:
cn it teed cost only to make two cents this. per gain.poundthe Ifs of Sturko Starke.High !He School graduated in the from Class the of increase In volume of: exports and consumption and the injured persons were, carriedto ); |1". :M, ." L \' p ,.' i . Mi I,'-. The state canvassing board meets
of cotton. S. 1'. of Br.ok,
the Baptist' Sanitarium Tliigpon! r. It is improbable there will
: pig( gold on the market at $17.50 l'Jl(5! ( and then spent two years in the Tho signing of the armistice bringsus 'tomorrow.
.
hundred, pounds which is to be Georgia School of Technology taking : to the threshold of the reconstruction "The two buys, Herbert Wills mid \II' any changes made in the foregoing i
suddenly -
fixed price for that class of hogs! a course in electrical engineeiing. In Frank, Spungler, were both unconscious "'(("IOIl\' GIRLS. !{ HAD Bill; DAY figures.\ '
Pending developments
> would bring $:>1.62. She cost 13. the summer of 1918 he took a coursein are of the era.utmost importance; to up to midnight Inst night.; The -.---.--.--- ..

when purchased and her feed sincen military training at Pluttsburg, N. the entire cotton world. former suffered u slight concussion of The Virtory Girls of" Stnr'ce' .d !,'il I'. ITEU WAR WORK I'WlTC.- 1

has cost $5.16, making n total Y., where hf.received his commissionin Tho consequence] of unfounded ru- the brtjn andiienest expected to live. |I! $2071)3: to the \\nr work fund, bv taking TIONKO: : OFF FlUU \\ FOR $17.5( '

ft of $19,04. This would leave a the United States army a few days that tend to promote vicious "Frank Spanglcr was crushed in the up street collections! luHt Saturday .
mars
t profit of $32.58. As a breeding an- before his 21st birthday. ,1: speculative activity and cause unjustified chest and also suffered a slight concussion They worked/ faithfully all day Fridnv Mr. Penny, district, manager i i'l} i ,

nl she is worth three times her pork lie is now ono of the assistant mil- demoralization must he avoided fee.together with internal I,I and it was indeed n who got of tho United. War Work Campaign ,
,
line.Ihrce. itary instructors of the Students Army ns far as possible. In order that tho by them without contributing something auctioned off a pig donated by Theo.
Corn Club boys reported makan Training Corps in the University of hnrmful price fluctuations may be believed! at midnight that he will re I to the fund. !Mr. T. A. Gudger: I TiHon to this cause, the animal bringing -

average; yield of 587 bushels ofn North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in the; checked the committee on cotton distribution cover. !I of 420! Riverside: Drive, !New York, a in n total of $ 17.50./ The auctionwas
'
per acre. It cost 51 cents per old North State, where he was assigned has ordered all speculative "MrsWills had both legs fractured>stockholder in the I u ntit Powder held after the close of the Boys

Inhel to produce the corn, or $29.93 when he left Plattsburg. '' short selling on the New York and as well as lacerations on the shoulders Works, proved to be their most liberal and {Girls: Club contest held! in the I
Ir acre. Corn is worth $1.50 per and about the fact I contributor lie) gave them $1 around
New Orleans cotton exchanges/ stopped courthouse yard! nnd I the first IIu'cessrul -
phel, making a total income pere If make all "Miss! Cecil Wills sustained a slight; and then proposed, to give each of who .
you are to acres profit- and to make this order thoroughly bidder was Col.! I). K. Knight, ,
of $88.05. Deducting the cost laceration on the wide of her head and. them another dollar if would I
they jt.tI
able next has thnt selling turn Col. Knight donated
year begin now by plantinga effective required no bill $12. In 1 1the
ere i j. a net profit of $58.12. bruises about the body. (I|I together and allow him to take n kodak
T
winter cover Essex will orders except in liquidation of longrontrnt.ts pig and was! Fold! to Col.V. ,
Prizes awarded the Club crop. rape 'Ch. body of Genevieve, Wills
|Iri w.- follows Pig meme- provide hog feed and grain crops he executed from any foreign taken to Loudrrmilk's was picture of the group. The picturewas Weeks for $)I1)(). Each: successful bidder i ;
re
ns : Undertaking establishment. tal'l'nI"d the
promptly
country. money re-auctioned the animal to the :
let rnrrie Lee Green Starke, $8. will make good pastures. It was>'! crushed almost paid over, making u total of $:.10\ that
The stoppage of sinkings: by U- next best bidder! J. W. Andrews! Sr.,
:'Jnd Albert Shaw Brooker, schol- -- --- beyond iccognition."Mi .
l-ents, the monthly increase in new Mr.! Gudtter( contributed. being! the third to bill! nt $11 : I D.
>hir 'o Club Boys short course, of- pcnses in connection with holding the "> s (Cecil Wills was the first to regain

look;;;
>10. ship! tonnage; and the releasing of the :Mr. Gudger was in Florida to (1. Kawls, peanut specialist of the University tl
nkStirlco, iouaness. She
contest contributed the said that
: were by I. her
progressive .'hips now engaged In supplying the over. the camphor farm owned by his I of Florida, bid $ll\. and I was
Bcholhiti business of Starke. mothe'VII' not fust when
'n.v. iji-ookor. men fleets of the allies, together with the going very company 10 miles east of Sturkn.GENF.ROUH finally Fold! to J. W. Andrews, Sr., forS.5O.
tTi'red' by J. W. Townsend, pf N. B. Hull, of Starke, had a Tamworth (ree'inof space previously. used In she Hint' led to cross the trucks but u_._ _._ _- $ The total amount of thn bid
iki Butler. boar on exhibition and L. C. they were unaware of the train untilIt I
f
IllG! n rtoebuck Theressn, schol- Powell of Starke. sent his Poland- sending munitions to Europe, will wu .ilmoHt on them. : : WIN: I'ER VISITOR' amounted to $47.50. and 1) K.: Knight,

o-:-hi|" i,iflVred! by Lawtey :State; Bunk China boar fur exhibition. These two mean a large increase in available "Mr; Wills said that when she I Irenl'lwd \I1. I..J. Uawls.' n.V.. Bl.-ilofk, S. T.

:"th !harry Canova, Starke, scholar- hogs did not compote for prizes. tonnage for cotton exports. the railroad she was undecided When the Telegraph' announeod n owing| ) and C. I 1) nunn each. contributed -
The world's of cotton total to
'ip .,iflVrod, i by Hank of Starke. Girls Canning Dub Contest requirements\ whither t-he should cross or not few week* ngo that !it would prulmhly 50 cents, bringing up
Mb nichard Harris, Starke, schol- The Girls (Canning Club contest was t' meet its increasing/ demand for but not hearing a train, she. decided ] join what then promised! to bo! n nationwide I $r.O. Mr. Penny was assisted by Col. i t
will henceforth be
'othinir .
on a con- aucUoneer.If.
hip offered! by Citizens Bank of Kaird held nt the !Hit me time the other con- not to slow down. When the train'ItrucJ movement to send' the homo Knight ti in his. duties as
scale. Based
testa wore held, but owing to the fact tinuously ascending on ; the car the, whistle was .blowing -, papers' to nil our soldiers In Franco. 1U:1I'I SI'STlSJoUI ;
this committee from the
;
"tli Clarence Rhoden. Raiford $1. that Mrs. Calhoun, the county agent, various reports foreign to countries we estimate \ Mrs. Wills said I Mrs. ''f'. S. McCormick, of St. Charles, C'. V. I : __I_ l :
,
8th Willie I Dowling. Rniford. $:U.r n. was. called to Tennessee the :following their : and "1\11 r '. Wills nnd her children and III.; promptly. forwarded rhock for I
nth Walter Kuhl, Starke, $3.: day on account of illness! in her family requirements of under probable condi-ex- PpangVr' were out riding after having $1,5 01 with the following instructions, : On account, of the special session of

10th Guy Pinholstar, Brooker, thn Telegraph has been unable toget tions ports to he cotton over two million present hales in taken Dudley! Wills another nun, to "r'n.-loHPd: please find $1.50 money! t the legislature i to be enlivened l next ,.

50. full particulars of this interestingevent. of last season's takings. the slur nn to catch a train at 8:10.:!< order to any for one year's subscript Monday the reunion of the Unitmllonfederute
excess
11th Albert Underbill, Stnrke $2. Europe is almost denuded of cotton "MrWills': husband, 11. G. Wills, mi to the Telegraph to be sent to : Veterans, which was to 1
Corn Club Prizes1st Miss Carrie- Lee Green, who won and cotton The left I ml Ins yesterday afternoon for imp Bradford county soldier boy" have been held in Tallahassee November -
goods.
potential buying
Goo. Connelly. Starke, scholar first prize in the pig club, also won I power of the world which will he- Danville, III. message announcing The pence negotiations and the conuqiient Itch and 12th, has been postpone I I

'ip l jffored by Ilrndford County Bank. first prize In the canning contest. The aided and hastened by the establishment tho uc. ,dent' was sent to him en route "- uncertainty of addresses rd. .
2ndAlbert Criifls! Starke scholar- second prifce was won by 1IissIabd: of the credits will last n irlit. lie is expected to returnto have made it advisable/ to abandon the -- - ----- p,

The'ip'' offered' .Wash by Bradford County Bunk Byrd! the Telegraph's correspondentat quickly assert itself necessary th- 'ity today.".. "home paper" movement for the soldiers FEEDING; PIGS FOR MARKETII.
prizes and Graham. -- -
necessary ex- After investigating: subject Mr. but the thoughtfulness of !Mrs!

Clark has addressed the following letter III' TIXC; SEASON: IS ON :McCornack is none the I loss, appreciat A. Shaver, proprietor of the canning -

to the newspapers in the second Wednesday. > marked! the opening, of ed. Before her rnurriuge :Mrs. McCor factory, is milking a try-out of t

I congressional district: the hunting' season and a large number neck was ;Miss :Martha Ituue, and In feeding\ pigs for market. lie has

From Congressman Clark of Star! e sportsmen were in the wood her girlhood) she. lived 1 at Sturko with bought\ 150 head or glade, swine and.

I High School Agricultural Deptment. ] Washington: D. C., Nov. 13: 1918. from early morning until dewy eve. her parents. She retains a lively interest will feed them on I the potato paring

Editor Telegraph; They ;"iH) made big killings, of course in everything that affects! at the factory, adding enough corn

As a goodly number of our citlzen3 so large in fact that we have not yet Starke. and Bradford county. and other feed to balance the ration.

Th have been writing: me lately with ref- been uhle to compute the number. |
agricultural classes of Starke bacteria I1
? What is the result If
.a ernce to the Sea Island cotton situa -----1
+Ilrh School
are making a study of great deal of undecayed matter ia tion, and particularly with reference ing cotton. 'I
'Ij <'rop!! and plant study. A quar- plowed under and no rains come for to the absence of a demand for this I had an interview on yesterdaywith 11

1 r u garden rp plot has been recently plant. some time ? How long should trash '' cotton and the consequent low price I ;Mr. Banuch, who Is at the head if Our Boys Over Here & Over Thereof

I.t \' to be crops used asya demonstratbmend such aa! grass, stalks etc., he plowed respectfully ask space in your columns of the War Industries Board, and he

'' be under before the crops are planted on to submit a few observations. advises me that it is their purposenow l'' ?
cause or means of produc- the same land ? How deep should land This raise the ban
i* valuable matter has given me no little to and allow all the ,
many and practical ques. h_ plowed ? How does former Cards have been 'received stating Miller.A .
,) plow-, concern because I realize that this is industries of the country to resume
;Soitir; of the which have Irgs affect the answer? What is the the crop from which our farmers must their accustomed work at the earliest,, that Albert Dubose has arrived safely card received by relative at Highland .

1'1 i 'II and has been questions discussed both in isual result when a man says to him-i i get money with 'which to meet their possible day, and this i is going to era- over-seas. from II. C. Wimberly, Jr., Ph. M.
r ,'la' 8es in the schoolroom also self' "I believe in deep plowing," and obligations, and I have therefore made ate a tremendous emand for our Sea Matthew Wasdln of Camp Jackson, 2nd class U. S. Navy, last week stateshe

ume extent while the work and be- Mien proceeds to plow his land three I I a very thorough investigation to ascertain Island cotton, and in consequence the1 I Columbia, S. C., spent last week at ia 1> well and enjoying the occasional '

t dune are follows Why was clean 'or four or more inches than It had .(, / the cause or causes which have price will rapidly go to a satisfactory his home at Graham on a short fur. opportunities he has of Bceeing some
as :
r been plowed formerly? What is a bet the lough. of the cities of Italy. His card
I a targe coat of from the land produced practically no demand for price It is purpose of the government I old
'he same land is grass to be used immed- if ter way of getting the desired depth ,i i our cotton. Of course, we all know to rush food to Germany where Maurice Langford.of the U. S. navy, was mailed at (Genoa; Italy
::ely for ? deeper plowed soil is best? Why !Is I', that the War Industries Board permitted there is a great scarcity among the hall recently made a trip across the :Marion L. and W. Glenn Crews, sons
Why not plow
',e crass. cropping stalks, etc. under? What the land plowed in ridges in some sections -\, the importation of 80,000 bales of masses and as soon as this problem is Atlantic and buck to tho "good old U. of Mr. and !Mrs. Frank M. Crews of

,on'd'' !' be doen with, this material? ? What is the best plow to use Egyptian cotton, which while not ai in a measure solved it is a certaintythat S. A." Highland, are now stationed Some- I
lot burn it? What follows when -one that sets the furrow slice on good; a cotton as our Sea Island makesa their mills will be started up and Private! Samuel Lambert has been where in France. These young/: men

r"i continually robbed of vegeta- edge or turns the slice entirely over very good substitute for it. I vigor of course this will make a tremendous' honorably discharged from army duty were stationed at Camp Wheeler, Macon 1 .

,., 'ter and! none returned after a or a between turns the slice mid. ously protested against this action, demand on this country for cotton. Not and has returned to his home at Ga., before going over. They are /

. \. ..i- of such procedure? What "When wny these two methods? t 'cause I knew that every pound of only M 'ill the German mills need atenorni Urooker. members of the 10<5th Engineers. ,

"' t ? Why should an effort be I or hoy can one tell when land this cotton brought into America was< ins quantity but all over Europe Sergeant Gus CnrUtrom and Private rvius Hoover of the student army ,
,, win the rl right condition' for plowing? an injustice to .. .: Kobt. B. GriflU, of Camp Johnston
ita\e compost? If compost detrimental our people engaged: In ther ill( arise caIN for tho product training corps at Stctmrn University, t
i' 'h at commercial fertilizer effect results from growing Sea Island cotton, but whileth whir 'iddcd to the ill vn end of homo were visitors at the home of Mr. uit a guest Sunday at the home of +

: the' advisable to use it on difference Plowing land in too wet? I* there any s importation could not he prevented man "' < turintr elll"1 pri-'f's for our John GntfiH; , of Sapp, over Sunday. his parent Mayor :.md! Mrs. C. F.

I Hi"w does it affect soil till effort! the degree of detrimen orders have been issued positively tor1, vul send the prksoaring., It Mr; and Hr. N. I;. Roberts of Lake Hoover. Ills frlori-ls l were greatly

'' 'I i maUn it fertile? To a what of soil on various soil? What kind pichibitlr-g tho further Importation of seer ''I me that in view" of the short i''Bi.ttr, '' hale received a safe nrrivn., ;. (:denied to see hili after, hia ixbsonca

< a plentiful amount of do- \Vhv does does it It hurt most, to plow wet? this product. The damping of this crop -I the um, ist immediate un- I cn.01| in.m their son, Lester Roh"i"t ", of several weeks and+,, to know that hoi 1
hurt
Mo matter affect tho wa- Th! classes I this kind most? !lirc amount of foreign Ion? staple prur tell, demon I for cotton oir v h i roc -rt y embarked for overir. i i i I.' enjoying hi i 'Hr'; at Del.nnd.
, caracity? To what degree o' their\ time are also spending part cotton on our home market, of course farnn by all m was, should l devlsj'' : :Mi h.-l; Andrea, of the :; i ;ii, L. J. Wynn H in receipt of a !letter '+

red: the temperature of the in the hop. At present had 1 the effect of materially reducing some n whcrel> they may Le nbja'''i ,'' ("I've. Bt.ilionccl at Charleston, .-. C. from Lieut. ". W. Harrison, form,,'rly

.'I'' .,. does it furnish a better they are ehiaeU learning to handle tools, as the demand for the home product. la to ho the cott n long ennngh to : i ,.t lust week with h s parent. whoIt in charge of the tick! eradication w planes,
y
'h1'"> r" .t. vial help beneficial bnc- i, etc. They are building Individual work and industries of the county which UM pectfl and I ml: ht say: prnetic .Uyansuri knduy. ho !Is getting; along? gpteridi-l'v'! In his:

' I"J, \ very essential to plant I I benches for the shop. Sea Island l .cotton in the manufactureof d 1, rise in th' price "of the prod-1 I Jos,," Harrison, ene of (Jock, c'nm'; work and enjoying good. health, Ha I'

. :' '. What effect! does a lack i C. E. POPE.Agricultural their product, have .been producing: uct." !boys, arrive l at Worthington; it'ir-' was only recently pronwti to first
. getable matter have on beneficial I I other articles needed for war purpose. Respectfully,, : day to spend a few day with hit' parents lieutenant Ho U lit the 'veterinary"

Teacher. and therefore have not been purchas- FiiANK CLARK. I Mr. and Sirs. George Harrison, corpa. ,

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,F + charged, conditions generally have ', The following is also quoted from ken or not). We also pay actual value receive cash by return '1Ial, -

} BOARD "EXPLAINSAWAY"THE I greatly improved since the abatementof The Tribune of November 9, 1918: for diamonds, old) gold, silver, bridge Tooth Specialty. Dcpi, ***
i ; the epidemic and all things considered "Have the high prices for farm pro I \ ?"- I
Il; we feel that the death rate of duce been :such a temptation and the work. Send at once by parcel post and St., Philadelphia Pa. !

\ : this institution during this scourge inmates made to suffer for proper food, 6yi

a.11 BOYS INDUSTRIAL SHOOL SCANDAL was remarkably low.COMMITTEE. (while the proceed: of the !States farm -
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h : ;" have been squandered or diverted to a

d _ |I Aside from lack of proper facilities strange pocket?"
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F ii h r ,,,. While Board is "Explaining"I TilE..DEFENSE.; : i(I! says is badly needed and cannot be are wholly false and The Tribune made
1 provided until funds. are made available them without any; foundation in fact.
We Give Account of What Since BO much has been said by the the conditions as reported were An effort to besmirch in the underhand
I newspapers of the state\ about the Industrial found be caused in large is b'TilE
to a measureI { style of this paragraph unworthy a
Found
Another Visitor ,
n School for boys at :Marianna I I by a most extraordinary epidemic great newspaper like the Tribune.

following the story of Dr. G A. Klockon which for a season not only had this | While the press of the state has been ,

I If I- ADMITS MOST OF CHARGES his. visit to this institution and" institution within its throes, but every harsh in its criticisms, due to the fact
f his statement upon conditions relative :I"I I city and community throughout the '.that It was not fully informed this UNIVERSAL CAR

OF DR. KLOCK WERE TRUE thereto, the board of commissioners of ,'1 country as well. (I board! cannot undertake to answer

state institutions composed of the I At the time of the visit of Dr. G. A. each in detail.;

''i i KOKT :MEADE MAN: SAYS nOYSWIml' governor and his cabinet, which board Klock United States Public Health I The method of accounting is the

"' | has supervision And control of this institution ,I Service, to the school, the whole insti- same for all institutions! and Is upon n If you use "bogus" or counterfeit parts
INSUFFICIENTLY: CLAD should
feels! that the public
tution was stricken with influenza and sound business basis Purchases are
e FOIl COLD WEATIIKK, LOUSY bo informed more completely upon the more than D5 per cent of the inmates, ,, made upon competitive bids. Only for replacements and repairs to your

conditions there, and give the reasons I)' ollicers and employees had been or such bills itemized! have the
{ as are and Ford can't
r AND DEPRIVED: OK :SUITABLE; for' such conditions an exist there that car you expect satisfactory
with '
down it conditionthat
I I were causing a approval of those in charge of an institution
I i FOOD WHILE SUPTERINTEN-: : urn not up to the high standard which could not be relieved quickly. are passed' by the board and nor durable service from your car. lrs

1 this hoard would like to see maintain i While the purpose of this beard is. not sent to the comptroller where they are
DENT: AND STAFF LIVED HIGH. ,
I' j 'd, For this the board appointed not fair to the
I'L ( purpose , to defend any shortcomings due to again carefully audited and paid by car to
+ three reputable physicians lack of proper management, it does warrant. Once u year tho state audi-
rePair with
I Fort Mead, Fla.. Nov. 17, 1918.! consisting of Dr. N. A, Bnltzell, of feel that when a statement is made tor examines the books and accountsof Let Men P-T

;Marianna. the regular attending physician about any institution under unusual nil institutions.i quality part s'' ,.
school Dr. W. M. *
TimeOn, at the ; Beyii, circumstances, und when conditionsare i nn epidemic of influenza raging Who Know

]late train. Securing un auto I wont recently, head physician. the Florida' abnormal, reference: thereto shouldbe throughout the nation it would to the genuine,: I lntJO ,

a's 1 rect to the Florida Industrial School hospital for the Insane and now superintendent and- made in order that the people may indeed he remarkable if this institu- \ It materials

eC i. No. 1. No. school is where the white I of that institution know the true situation. ,tion, with over 95; per cert of the inmates and h.vt;

FY' ) ; : boys are. I first/ went to the oflicc/ and) iJr. It A. Willis, at present for number state prisn or'- !' Had Ur. Klock told the whole story officials find other help stricken your Ford car carui i

1, + was advised that 1 could meet Mr. <> physician und n about this: institution, this statementwould with the disease practically at onetime

d \ :" ]loons, the superintendent. Mr. Iloonr'n] I years medical, inspector of state School convicts hardly be necessary.! Did [Or. and unable to pet assistance, for by men who know Ford mechanism'

+ \ 1 4 t room in on the second /Door. 1 mot :Mr.Ijoonc I to inspect the Industrial Klock bay that the superintendent was could maintain its normal sanitary!
y, 8 \ and hid wife comfortably Kit- for Boys and make a report upon its not a well man ? That the as.-1-Hunt condition. Upon reflection one must and how to best keep the car in work'I..,;
,
e ', .r tine1 in their large comfortable room, !! health/ sanitary conditions and facili superintendent in charge of the ti.lororpil realize that half of the households of order. Ford
tar Bring to
-L l'', II hrfore u glowing tire. It was iiuito :: ties __ __ _,_ denurtment.__ rn.o__ with' nil his fu r tit s this (country at least, were in a demoralized your car our s>hi. ...p

' I y chilly outside and.] my overcoat came I I Their report is as follows: have ,1 were fctrickcn ? 'Did he say that one state from this I!! same cause. where you're sure of the square deal:
l' I (Gentlemen; : At your request we
: in !Mr. Boone told ho had the and for
handy. me of matrons died remained I
t I this clay visited, and inspected condi-I It might be said in passing! that "IIrInll' of Ford materials and
r not been out in five weeks; that he had I hours without attention because the the few sure sure of Ford
last months in effort
1 Florida Industrial School an
been close in thin beautiful room during tions at the few not in bed had to give aid to the
this time. lie told me he did not for Boys at :Marianna. After a care- living? Did he say that the attending to relieve the overcrowded conditionof low prices. Keep your Ford car running -
have the that he much ful WWey of the buildings: hospital I this institution< at the request of
flu and was physician, the only doctor on his feet the board about 100 full standard
facilities sewerage/ system and gencrnl boys were paroledon
afraid of it. I asked him how many Marianna: and surrounding community ,
condition of the institution, we respertfully the recommendation of the superintendent -
of the! boys had died during the epi : had ten times as much to do There
tt t' I I submit our findings us follows are about 90 of these
demic. as any human being could perform ? boys still at the school for the reason FORD GARAGE
; Mr. Boone was unable to tell me. lie : Did he say that the school was: without
t s, said he believed that five or six, or ]( This! institution has just. passed water for lack of help to run the pump they have no homes to go to. A. VV. & G. A.' ANDERSON, Proprietors
t 'I I through the throes of the recent influenza The board does not hold the
n, maybe! seven white boys and four lie causing the sewers to choke? Did, he superintendent
I 1: >rro boys had panned out to the great epidemic, and very few of the say that sixty-eight out of sixty-nine responsible for the conditions STARKE, FLORIDAFrom

4' li beyond, but wasn't sure. /i inmates, officers and help of the instiI white boys and one hundred and nine growing out of this! epidemic< because J
.i I tution escaped its ravages. Out of no human being could have
I It appeared from tho many questions ty-six out of one hundred\ and ninety- prevented -
I asked him that he wasn't sure ;i 247 boys all but three came down withit eight colored boys were down pructiccally 'I it, but it does hold him accountable -.

ry r It! of or did not know what was being 1 practically at one one time; the assistant at one time ? Did he say that the for not giving timely-alarm and -

": done! or what had occurred during the superintendent in charge of dining room used by the negroes, with promptly removed him. The board -
{ epidemic.. the colored side, and his! whole family. cement floor will dismiss all employees found to benegligent
was temporarily
'j the The matron of No. 2 died! with it. In convert-I I in respect. I'r-- -=
''f, l Two little white boys died evening ed into a hospital by a any
I was there. fact very few escaped the ravages of lieve the congestion in their dormitory I As a further precautionary measure
+ r From Mr. tioone'a living room 1 this Insiduoua disease. At one time it the board has
? Did! he say that as soon as! cots refused to receive
V went to the boys dormitory. The I was without water save what was could be secured these boys were taken more inmates nt the school until nor-

{ :, t Ill\ J were, most of them, asleep I went hauled from nearby sources! because oar the cement floor? Did he say that mal conditions! are restored.We Tacks

V V from bud to bed. Thu sheets and blankets all three engineers! and the boys who the good people Marianna: had been'' therefore submit this statementto Up
down sick.
A, : \ t were woefully dirty. They had helped them were inadequate acting as nurses at this institution un- the candid judgment of the citizensof
A , I S not been washed for u long time. Nearly Wo find that the hospital is very building til the needs of their own families and this state.

yt all of the boys had their hands: to being a small wooden surroundings took them away? Did Sidney J. Catts Governor
f lf ,I': their heads, trying in their sleep! to About 1fi* I by Hi feet with a I bathroom
; s f I he Bay that the board of commissioners H. day Crawford, Secretary of State.
: t get relief, from the bugs in their little and toilet attached. of state institutions immediately Van'C. Swearingen,
Atty-Genernl.
white
I There are two cottages for the This is HARDWARE and sell
d beads, upon notice when nurses or physicianscould Ernest Amos, Comptroller. a store we
;/ Next morning Nov. 7th, I went back boys, the general plan and construction not be secured elsewhere! sent J. C. Luning, State Treasurer. HARDWARE
t credit to
would be exclusively.
out to the boys' reformatory 1 met of which a any
the superintendent of the Hospital for ,, By Chas Munroe Chief Cleric
institution in the state. The arrangement -
nearly all of the white boys there. and architectural features are the Insane! with a corps of nurses to W. N. Shcats, Superintendent of Pub- But we handle EVERYTHING in Hardware
a With one or two exceptions they were relieve the situation ? Did this health lic instruction
all barefooted, with their khaki punta unusually good! and the heating and : from tack .
h facilities all that could emissary answer the call of humanity W. A. McRae, Commissioner of Agri a up.STARKE
and shirts One two had shoeson. ventilating are
1 on. or by, throwing off his cout, stepping into culture.
I 1C was bitter cold this morning. he desired and especially adapted tho to ,'I the breach and trying to relieve those Members! Board of Commissioners! of HARDWARE CO.

I s'' b Mr. Boone and his wife came out and that type of minor building. With needed to exception the suffering boys? Did he notify the i State Institutions.
of repairs
V we stood on the lawn, with our overcoats board of commissioners\ of state institutions S
on, all buttoned Among the toilets and lavatories of Cottage No. I Starke Florida
up. that their personal services ,
WE BUY OLD
; FALSE
is needed to put these I TEETH
little
n boys there were several who had just 1, very were urgently needed there? Did he"
31a k t been down with the flu, half naked,, buildings in the best of condition. remain and with his own hands administer I We pay from $2 to $35 per set (bro

+ V standing there on the lawn, shivering We (find the bed linen and sleeping I water to the parching lips of the
,dormitories for the white side kept in
t from the cold. sick? Did he take his pad and write
1 conditions '
The breakfast that morning for the fairly good shape considering I IUJllm'I=IJI''
i prescriptions that might be used to IJllJlIIf'm'lmmU"'IItIlIIltDfl.'m'DlIIfI'tlmtnt' ''' ' IlCltnrl1fttt"=
boys consisted of oatmeal with salt, brought about by the recent epi-
cti soothe their fevered brows? No, No;
'y, old bread and two pitchers of syrup demic., Night clothing and wearing I this! man on a mission of mercy and in
} These pitchers of held about a apparel for white boys la inadequate,
syrup the of the state board of health
pay
+ 'r pint. There were at breakfast about but material is on hand to make up I did not of these things, but instead

'f ''ak 1 05 or (iU hoys.ome/ had no syrup at these articles. All things considered in, 'took his pad and wrote a, sensational CONTINUINLI

pMt' all as two pints of syrup for that conditions on the .white side are story ior thu press and did not tell the f CHEAT
condition.At
:
le many boys was by no means enough very good truth! It must be ri.numbered that
School No. 2 for colored boys we
I tell there was a scramble fort
you the boys at this! school like all other
crowded thanon
,, that The table at which themeat lind that they are more
t syrup. well-ordered households, assist in the
t q faculty or helpers ate, contained oatmeal the white side. This! department housework, dairying laundering, thepumphag
sugar, sweet milk fresh -i being the first stricken with influenza
: station cooking, getting
I suffered most, as! the disease
in fact u square meal necessarily wood and doing t the chores generally,
,! during the first three days at thisI
Can you nee those poor little boys but Hun-like, this German Doctor,
I some sick, all hungry: sitting at a table I school, brought down all but two or ( supposedly sent out to look after the SACRIFICE
all of the SALE
three of the inmates and ten
with to eat
practically nothing on
.
health of the state, seeks to hold up
the death of the
{ it? Just a few feet from their table officers except two the shortcomings of people in distressas

\ a real hot breakfast, with milk, hot matron\ being the first to result from a sweet morsel or a sensational
u collet-, .brindle, gravy, ''fresh cooked the diseu.se. The night clothing and P."
r newspaper story for no apparent reason -
bread! bird, linen was inadequate and in poor ,
condition, probably due to existing I except for personal notoriety and t",
a About two weeks before 1 was there I
ill\ to bring discredit on a stricken insti- r,1
conditions to the epidemic,
I previous <
t ono of the: boys grabbed a slice of pie 'tution. Finally did Dr. Klock, U. S.
i oir the, sups ri teudent's table. Tho assistant but there was' material on hand to i I 1 I'. 11. S., visit this: school when it was
There i,
superintendent ran this boy remedy this shortage. were a disease to it to of the of in
t down, but the poor, hungry child hadabout large number of mattresses. that were hurt prostrated it? by help or On.) epidemic

Ar+ I \ eaten the slice of pie before he condemned. during the epidemic and
While conditions at the institution
"i was raiifcclit. '1 Ill' part of the pie he there arc still others! that should be replaced u the
On of ns shown I by the report ,of Doctors i over county during
Viii / with new ones. account ,
hadn't rutin was taken from him by '
r( the shortage of water and, help during Li.tltzell, Hcxis and Willis, are n01 till
!p I force mod thrown to the ground they should be I they are by no means:
of
the general condition
till epidemic

i f t stand.'lo ,see if around these niu little and helpless Mr. Boone boys, the building! for the colored boys he-I I cials as bad. would as the make critics them of the appear state The olti- the past month, we. were unable to

unsanitary but is -
r r, ': ; sluvfi-i.g! with cold and! hunger and "l1meI'y now mortality table shows an exceptionally -
i nturxuliun in their faces, is a picture lair greatly Improved.
distribute
low death late the inmates.
1 wi.l long! remember It la not stranger Wo find that there is on hand an ample among xl our posters announcingthe
Out of 'Ml of inlluenza
cases among
of almost all the ,
, ) supply necessary
that this ilrcadlul llu should kill HO
r food the deficiency being the the boys there were only eleven deaths. '
many of' them; their vitality gone, products
This compared with the other Institutions
extension of
failure to it in variety. Great Sacrifice
ration proper
( their bodies shrunken for want of food], of like character and with communities our
We do not believe that sufficient fresh
,, ,
both and head lice all them
i 'my over ,
)0 htl'l memo nnd .sugars lire made a part of i I throughout the country, showa L
them
ally eating up. I very low per cent of fatal cases, and Sale.
their regular ration. This condition Therefore
1 here was! one little fellow that was disputes the exaggerated report of Dr. we wish to an-
f being allowed to go home on that coldmorning. could bo easily offset as! there are I Klock.

i ; ,...,,: shirt "' He came out with u new plenty to supply i of cows the and re lin1 hoi's>at8 on,the-lIni place the When making the appropriation for I i ' that this Sale
and also shoes nounce
pants on; new ;
but these neither nak- sugars and sweets at the institution this school the legislature thought it will again open
remaining were
.
was: providing ample funds: to carry it
only need( to be properly distributed.The
ed nor clothed. I mention these factsas
fault in these particulars is not through to the next session, but everybody -
I was there and saw it as I have Nov. 12th and Dec.
knows from actual run through
told l it. in any wise chargeable! to your Honor- experiencethat
able Board but to those in charge of all living expenses have increased
I knew little Willio from
Tardy,
Itartow l'lu.. This child with his the dietary. program, this condition being since then from forty to seventyper 12th. Take
,
1 poor :
cent for which no allowance seems advantage of this
k ( eyes red and .swollen sores on his noset aggravated by the shortage of opportunity -
to have been made by those so quick to
cooks and attendants during the -
half naked, just out of bed with the epi
v'
criticise the of institution
I management this -
+ ( flu barefooted, striding shivering there on,the hungry.cold ground Ilia! demic.We Mini the institution providedwith It is a well-known! fact thatno to purchase Fall and Win- :

in the state be
electric money treasury can
diet til oatmeal and salt was gettingthe n good light plant, adequate

knew like him out as of he this was poor at little liartow.child.lie I of 75.0DO: water gallons works oiipucity.with a stand A modern pipe I I used for appropriated any purpose by except the legislature as specifically ter Goods at a Great Saving. Prices ,

At this time balance of !
dairy is: being erected. I a only .J,8t0-,-
I asked n,i' to plea.di{ : > Minn'thing' for ,
him, and I said 'I would. There were The general location of this institution institu-tion
is good, the hind being well drained I will be the listed
nuinler of in bad fix he. same as big
4 ) a boys Yours truly as a as , high h..althfulllnd wholesome.In bills for the year to bo paid!, which will s on our

: our judgment. it Is necessary and :I more than consume this' amount
JAS. A. NEWSOME.Th :
we recommend" that this institution be In its issue of November 9, 1018 Poster. Remember
...lto\' article from the dates
< was clipped
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the Tampa Tribune has this :
tho '. :mpa, Times of Nov. 1Mth. In n supplied with a receiving hospital and I to say:

) letter ranched to the above article :Mr. infirmary services, this being necessary "When the legislature of 1915 was

i i Newsnme stated to the editor that it so that all CaMe! received can be ,, taking hold and! supposedly changingconditions NOV. 12th TO DEC. 12th

C, s wag lau, 5. rounds! of the that caused fli-an xnritary condition on admission i ,developed) that the superintendent of

him t' make the newspapers trip there to see forhims' before be: ig allowed to associate with the institution had! been in the habit of =

:if. the other inmates and. that the sick drawing for what amount he would

-- --- he properly> eared. for at all times; the and, making no voucher return for this .

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.I' I immediate, purchasing/ of new mnt- expenditure save only a "blanket
tressis and destroying\ of all that are tutcmcnt" of so much of this, that or
'' >t Imagine that because other Rolled, torn and rendered, useless at the other thing In other words, indent CASH DEPARTMENT STORE

conjjv/ dieines failed to give you ro-j this tutu ; un up-to-date septic disposal of buying on the credit of the

: ,I lief 1 I' t it will be tho same with Ch-'! smv.-r.-ii.-i-: plant, with competent stuto and having the hills made out

ambo -'"n's Cough Kemetly. Hear( In' plumbers .md,, engineers in charge of nndlit' to the proper disbursing olll-

: } mind 'hat frum a small beginning same, gpr-t nil intention" !being given to orr I I.- drew down a lump sum of cash jj t

thII': nt.ly. has gained a world wide more mod rn tmlet-s,,, and i plumbing on I wh,'ii'\cr he wanted it and then uc-

rel-\t. t on and Immense sale A medicine I the colored. aide, and that a dietitian! I con:, d for it or not as he saw fit." I STARKE ELA.
I ,k lied in the value !
"Mt" have exceptional merit to 1 and preparation I i Thi- criticism has reference to a ,
if' food be employed ,
win ;tcem wherever] it becomes time when the institution was conduct- "
known. In conclusione are, glad to say I "d! l hu board of managers who can,
1 1f Ih\t. while nil haw
cases not I been
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1 dis-I themselves answer same. Qj C wmw IIDm.''''''''''''' n''''=";"",:==,,,Jcmar' .oIiuwc"", :>,c::".:", ssa&isx

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FRIDAY. NOVE.'IBP.R: 22. 1918. }

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KILL CORN WEEVILS + + + + + + + + + + + + + . .1

[ENSATIONAL TRAGEDY RESULTS IN + LEGAL NUTICh 4 t7R-lttw. /-mss t

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One sound ear of corn is worth two -NOTICE

DEATH OF WOMAN AND SOLDIER weevil-cuten ones. As the weevils can Sin.' month after rititp hrrcntf I wttl prrarntmy

destroyed, A. P. Spencerof vituchrm And anal nrrmint In the ITnni'rnMi
be so easily O.o. A, (;""hn.... ('noul,. Judge. of Krndrord
the University of Florid extension County. Fl<.Hiln. and ask for my anal dlN' I'
Pons and Private meats yesterday in Thursday night's division says there is no reason why chnrvB nil H.lmlulMrnlor of the mt.t. of W II
Underhill,
! Cella deerasvI.This
: Urs, sensational shooting atfair, in which so much of the corn should be wasted the Kth "liny. of Au"u.'. ISIS i I
Shirk of Jacksonville, Met !Mrs. Pons was instantly killed and by slowing the weevils to help themselves 1. L. UNDFRHII.t, I
Private Shirk was mortnlly wounded, R9mo. AclmlnliitrKtnrNOTICK ,
the winter.
all during
Death Thursday Night included the dying statement of the
young soldier that Sidney J. Pona, the Carbon bisulphide is the only material OF APPLICATION FOR TAx PFKI1;;

OF WOMAN AC- husband of the dead woman was the required for fumigation to kill UNDER SECTION S OP CHAPTER 4M, I\
USBAND man who fired! the fatal shots. Shirk weevils. Be sure the crib la as LAWS OP Fl.OKIIMNottee e v f ry'r

CUSED BY DYING SOLDIER died at St. Luke's hospital at 12:30' nearly" air tight an posible. The gnu (I. hrrby. ;aivpn-that S. A. I '

p. m. yesterday, lingering eighteen given off by the chemical kills the pnivhnii.. o1 Tnt roplirtrnle Nu. 74.PlnhoTiit.doted| l th"i
o-:;.S OKIEKED HELD BY CORONER'S hours after Thursday night's fatal en weevils and this must not be allowedto 4th lny .if St. A, D. IRIS hits fled ...101! :
counter.In rprtlficntr In my office' and hnn mndn npittle-
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:; JUKY-MAINTAINS IN- his statement, signed in the pres- escape. The crib should be coiled I. lion for tux <.lt.p.l tn fiuiiin In ......Jnnre with
have a tight floor and closely fitting Inw. Snlil ct'ftiftciit* pmhrnr the following
[ :NO'ENCECORRESPONDENCE; ence of four witnesses Shirk stated ripflprltuMl pr'pt>rty' +dtueledn\ Prntlforcl coun
that he met Mrs Pons Thursday night windows and doors. The amount of ty Florida, tow'tt as, ,
BETWEEN TWO STARTED FROM by engagement she having agreed to carbon bisulphide to use depends on 8 Arnii. In NW Qnnrter of BW Quarter B
the size of the crib and not on the : of Mnln Mrppt. und N. of R. M. Levpiftt A
\I)1)KESS PUT ON MAGAZINE meet him at Main and Twenty-sixth Co. and w. ..f A. C. L. Railway{ or Block
streets. He called her by telephoneand number of weevils or the amount of "M" In Worthington, Roc! in. Tp. A. S. It. l'R. '.
BY !MRS. PONS.IncksonvRle after the meeting they started to corn in the crib. The material evap- .. 9 acrf*. The sold land being .....<*ii. the date wf the Immune of such eerttflcat In
walk toward the city. It was at Main orates readily'and forms a heavy gas the name of Unknown. THE
\ Nov. 15.-Mrs. Cella and Twenty-third streets he said that which penetrates downward thru the Unlees ifiifl certificate shall be redi-cmed. according .- Never since the
wife of Deputy Sheriff Sidney the husband came up from behind and to I.... tax deed will bins thereon. on t
Pun after making few remarks which corn killing!: all insect life. There the Zed day of Dee mbe.. A. D. 11)1 8. Dark Ages has there been
a
the ofw.'nty.third he
at
resides
corner
who '
Pons must he suficient !gas formed to fill Wltnetiit my official signature and ...1 this '
and Pearl streets, was failed to understand opened fire. the otherwise the air will dilute th. 2111h day at October, A. I>. 1II1R *""""" such an international
through the head and instantly Shirk further stated that !Mrs. I'ons room W. T. WEEKS: ..
hot lied, and Private Samuel D. Shirk a had written on a magazine, which she the gas; and the weevils will not bo (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court 't shortage.
U-l-St- ,
sent killed. They must be in contact with Bradford County, Flax ,
to
lumber of a service company at Camp Camp Johnston a request that ---. -. .oCLERK'S
whose home la in Brooklyn | the soldier in whose hands the magazine the gas :30 minutes or more.
ohnston+ REPORT:
*. y was shot through the body at fell correspond with her. He said Use two pounds of carbon bisulphide Fla I Nov 7, 1915,1 I IStarkp I I Ii It is the duty of every
he began to write to Mrs. Pons last Report ..f the clerk of the Circuit: Court lt '
bout 8:30: o'clock last night, on Main for 100 cubic feet of space in In
E every and for ItiHilfonl, man woman and child in
street. |July but did not meet her until October county -'url.I. on account i ,
ear' Twenty-third the crib; that is, if. the insole dimen- of tfiKM nNHi'MHeil for the year IttlT. I
Apparently there were no eye-wit- time he 27 at her home. He said at that sions of the crib are 8x10x5 feet or B. M. DOWMNO. America to work and plan
to the tragedy.; The night bent was accompanied by another tax Collector
sses
woman, who was from Fernandina. 400 cubic feet eight pound of carbon County Paper constantly to increase the 't
: cool, people in the neighborhood needed. If the cribis Oct. 1. to hnl due _________ __ __ __ 1)21) .MBy ,
will be -
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here the shooting occurred were inside Maintains Innocence bisulphide amt collecti\ __________._____ ___ 823.A6 of food. .
of their homes. So far as ii is known Pons who is being detained,! at the not tight increase the dose nccord-. - irr output (ji,

ho persons, other than those involved Duval county jail,, maintains that he ingly. The carbon bisulphide] ) is )poured Nov. 1, lo bnl due DrsinaqeOct .__.hhu, ________ t

In ere anywhere in the vicinity where knows nothing of the shooting. lie into open dishes and those placed on 1. to hnl due ______.;_____._______ T.BO The world must
Bhi tragedy/ was enacted. says he was at home and in bed at the top of the pile of corn. Repent, the By amt collected _-___________-. --.. 7.60 simply

Residents Startled in time the tragedy. He returned to the operation in about four or six weeks. Nov. 1, to hot dueCounty. ___h.._____________ have more bread, meat; t
Suddenly, residents the vicinity county jail yesterday after having One fumigation is usually not sufficient Road and Itrldte t
\ere startled by revolver shots. A been with the authorities the better Oct. I. to hnl doe _____ _.. 1I 6.17 vegetables and fruits, or
weevils will continue hatch \
to
in house to her feet as By amt cnlliTti'd ____. nL_._
oman one sprang/ of He -665.77 millions
part Thursday night!: was takento from not I of men women
destroyed.As
nnd screamed and two men went totlu'ir the hospital on the night of the eggs Nov 1, to hnl due ____________._____ ,
front doors one believeirg the tragedy where he saw the wounde sol the carbon bisulphide gas is Pine and Forfeiture Fond and little children must

ound was caused by the "back-firing" dier. Shirk is said to have remarked highly!: inflamable he sure lights/ and Oct. 1. to kill hie ________-______ 140.11 {
if, automobile. Another man saw Ily amt collected\ -.._________ -. - 1411.11Nov. die of starvation.
[ an at the time: "She was a good woman. fires of any kind,are kept away. _

a dark figure/: running north on Main Why did you do it ?" If the grain is thoroly dry and I, I.. bnl due _________ __ __

street A tall, and slender young soldier County Detective Henry Lilienthal, mature, this fumigation will not injure 1. t" Iml due County ow__SchoolOct. __.__- - 79S. 2 & Food production will be
Mood pouring over the breast of his together with other officers yesterday the germination. When corn is first By amt collected ._.. _____ 7UH.4J ?
gained considerable P stimulated '
uniform and dripping to his feet staggered on the case, and the information bearing placed in a tight; crib it pases thrua Nov. i 1. to Iml duo ________.__.__ _ greatly by'a
into a nearby grocery store to the events leadingup sweat and the treatment should not OulatandlnaFund study of the large exhibitsof
whicht conducted M .S. Studstill. tragedy.It Oct. 1. to hnl I due _____ I1nl> ,
by be applied until after this'II'1'atinJrRtaj'e lIy amt collected 1 ... .
Throwing up his hands, the wounded was from Mrs. Pons' sister that is pased .as the two gases 116.55Nnv. farm products at the

mnn exclaimed to the astonished grocer Defective Lilienthnl learned of the combined injure the germination. 1. to tnt due ______________ 1
magazine incident. It seems that may Total Sub Srbool Florida State Fair at
'Shot! I never saw the woman in several ,
soldiers replied to the Carbon bisulphide is most elective, Ort. 1. to hnl due ._______ (78.11 DIly
I u. Nov.
is older 27th to llec. 6th and
my life. She years than message on amt collected. _.___ Jacksonville, ; I
4711 (ID
/urn1" lie then fell to the floor in his the magazine one of whom was Shirk. in warm air. For fumigating choosea .. --I t Farmer National Congress, Ilea 3rd to + 'iF

own blood gushing from a bullet He had an interesting way of writ- warm day when the temperature is Nov. 1. to hnl due -..- _n______ 6th-EBCurilon Kate on All Lin*. ,

wound that had gone entirely through ing and expressing himself and in his 75 degrees F., or higher. Oct. 1. to Total Iml duo Hub-Rchool_ .. ... Pond. Fund | t t
hit ody. above the heart. i letter begged the nR.731 .J :
just woman to reply. Ply amt collected\ !IH. / 1
Body in Lot This !Mrs Pons did writing that Shirk Insects Injurious in NovemberThe IIm'r
II, north of the u-ouldlie, Nov. 1, 5.. bnl due.. __ _. __ ..___.
/a vacant/ lot just m.. ._ __.. _surprised. to, .learn, ., that _she u .OW ."., ._ -UI.'- ....."_ 1 r ?- i '
gl )cry store her body clad in a simple was uii-i anti ugly one nan inree cnnilron. S .it I 'Court.MAVCIf. I : I 4I
month of November is a time < < ) Clerk: Circuit I I' / y
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dress of light material; the form The correspondence continued. !I re r
when the rust mite does considerable -- r. ,"""
if vents lay quivering on the Shirk, with a woman from Fernandina ; BTATEMFNTMnnlhK /1 .-
rti, and 'dotted] blood dying the !grassi : went to the Pons home about two I damage to many citrus proves. A flnnnriiil Htntement of nrn'ICordcounty. s ; ,-
i ni her hcnd. The body soon ceased, i weeks ngo' HP introduced the woman them and the trees sprayed if the r.". the tnnnlh of Outnlier. 11UH ).Itr. .. { = I I

"l i I' nhle and life became extinct.. I.j as his wife, but in truth he was a single i mites seem to be increasing,:: in num- Oil I I. lul General I H FundHnliini irsrifllIt. .1.I : 1 r
Oi ii< ?I lse They did not know who'' Pons declined to meet the party. Ln I Watson entomologist of the experiment t> Hlinif.nn ntH during month 1 ;.I'2I 1 _-J J"
| Hnlanre Nov I I. !lull . I1.H.82IlInl.o. l.
< ic- i I' hootlnROJnc.ho.ly telcphon-j i _
/ ter it it paid, he remarked that thu i I station recommends the lime- Fine and Forfeiture Fund ,
'hi police station that a tragedy woman whom Shirk brought to the i sulphur spray, 1 quart commercial .-.. Oct. 1 I. I'.IIH, r..1ST.(MlIt'TeiplH ./
hue: ,iurrcd.Mi !. house waR merely : during month 1 1ll.'ISr t:
,' A.Il1ckoui: who lives at 3537 is now known that a "go-bPtween. It I lime-sulphur to 70 parts of water applied -', !Hl"W". (. during month __ . 412.41'''
Mali treet and whose husband owns. Pops! became aware to the fruits and foliage. llnlanei Nov I I. 1"111 .-. . 5'J \.hD) |
that the soldier and his wife were cor- U,,.d Fund ,
thi, grocery store occupied by Studstill, responding. Thursday night small !' Whitefly and purple scale may also llnlnnei' (VI. I. 11la, _- . 3HR2.AA
gazed: on the dead woman a8 a light girl came to the Pons home and a Raid 1 need attention. The oil emulsion applied B/,.ceiuts., durinir month. -. -- -._ a 1.78i 1 11

WAS held above the body. someone wished to speak to her over now will be found effective. Hal llfKluirrM'tnenut a nee Nov. 1.diirlnir IfflH __month.-_____n_ ZI13.0.1 lni7.4> ,
'That is Mrs. Pons-Mrs. Sidney a telephone in the home of a neighbor. In planting new fields of cane be Outatandlna Fund .
I ---- - - -
Tons' If it is not the dead woman is This was in the presence of Pons. Mrs. I sure to keep a lookout for the cane Itnlnnce Oct. 1. 1IMH -. SID.dnRereiiitii I .- -- -- -- --- ------
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hoi image she said. during month ___ 61.41Disbxr.rments I
Pons
Civil went out and returned in a few i i borer. Control of this enemy when during month-..... __ I
members of the militnrv
policemen minutes to say that she was going to ,,' once introduced. into a field! is dificult. Hnlance Nov. 1, 19IH __. 2H0.41IDrainage )
; police! department and men of the home of her Fund '
''h .horifTs office hurried to the scene pleted" her toilet sister.and left She the then house com ':,I' Planters should inspect carefully all Pnlnnce Oct. I. IIMH 1(10.1.1( ''i MR. FARMERLARD :
it uitomobilen. No one had seen anything again. seed-canes, and any canes exhibiting Tteciiiit. during month _

except that which has been de- Family Life Unhappy I,'I holes should be promptly burned. If llnlnn IM lMimi. .,'menta Nov. 1.during 1!"IH .month.-...-._...... 'lfl.77 A1.H0 II I
it' d above The home of Sidney; your field wall infested chin! Yearit November 7. lOll i
f n I'VII i visited. The officers went at Auhrey Ponn, 13 yearn old, heard might be found '' llcnilfiird County..
,1 1 "... ... In hp,1| the message brought by the girl and profitable to make] Sntt,. or rlorldn.I CANS Plows Harrows h
; wart. present when his father left. The a new planting in another location. I iiinliv, certify that the fiireirolnir, ) Htfttvincnt I
i. i I. 11.+ childreni tin .
The of ICoeelfiti nod DiidmrMenientM of the
boy says his father knew hit peach tree borer should be
i < asleep. mother ftiii'U .if nrndfor'l
county for the month ofOelol.tr.
j.' trussed" at the request of the offlh was! writing to the soldier. The sister i looked l after now. AH the eggs have . ISIS, In trim nnd correct to tho best Walking and Riding Cultivators, .
of Mrs. Pons alntvjcnew!! thit. She hatched. If the earth! was mounded of my knowlediro, end belief.W. .
( nsked him to with them
tv thnt he might/ go see the body upoko MI' of the" "unhappy home life of about the trees in the summer, levelthe Clerk of tho. T.Circuit WKBK3.Court, Bridles Plow Lines Hames Tra-
u.i, i>ll whether or not it was the body s. Pona and said that the relationship 1 mound scrape the bark off the IKtnli, I lirntlford County/ I I

1 wife. between the two did not she felt tree and dig the borers out. They I tty K. A. WEEKS: Plow Collars Collar Pads '
sure, exceed the bonds Deputy Clerk. ces
of
Identified Body cordial ordinary have not penetrated far into the tree I
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'I. body had been removed to the friendship. Mrs. Pons was 48 and the scraping will remove the most I
years old, while Shirk MARKETING HOGS Backhands
iishmcnt of Funeral Director of was 31 years of them.
age. | I I bean burying them. Steve Hoover
tan Pons. Ordered -
r Held by Coroner's Jury 1! :Mt. I'lt'asant, lown writes "Com- I
thc embalming room and 'Pons Jacksonville, Nov. 17.-8idnf'Y .1. THIS CHRISTMAS: | mi'ni'od feeding my herd of nbout 100 Everything For The Farm

: d upon the still figure of death. Pons was ordered! held following! an Inquest must count as no Christmas of recent hogs| It. A. ThomaV HOK I'owtlcr over
It .? my wife" he said. into the death of his wife, following years has counted. The spirit of Chri-1! .' Get Prices l '
two months! ago.!: Fifty were Hick and My +
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''I. got back in the automobile \with wound sustained when she in 1st inns must be kept up. Only sensible, off feed. Nearby herds had cholera.
Dicers who asked him to accom- company with Private Shirk, were fir- wisely selected things can be given
ed I did, not lose one-th<* are well and
them upon Thursday night Pons y
In their search for the guile was and one gift should provide for I I
not present at the inquest. many. ; proving fast.-Sold in Starke by I R.S. .
'
arty it
Here
,,, Is-an ideal gift, for one and DeWIIT C. JONES
(oldicr was hurried to St. Luke's The! body of Mrs. Pons will he shipped the whole family are cure to he du- ( Jones.-Adv.:

>ital in the Conant ambulance. of to Fcrnandina today and the body lighted! with it. The Youth's Companion |r .

soon he became too weak to who Shirk has been sent to his mother .11.* the bill completely coming- plies Cured In 6 to M Days Starke Florida
resides
i from the loss of blood in Brooklyn N. Y. I I ,
jail' new 52 times, a year. Stories Ar- Drnsglsrsrehmd money If PAZO OINTMENT!: fallitorure
am Samuel U I' Itchlnit. lemlIngorPmtrudtntlPlles.
D. Shirk. My people Blind. I
< Brooklyn N. Y. StT.OESTIONS FOB CONTENTS: titles. ieceipta: Special Pages and Instantly relieves Itching Film and can tfctrusllul -
he sai
lIe ;: tlaao ataylluitjua., .. .
afui tlm Price
., more in quantity for all llrat tMio -- -- -- -- - -- -- -
tell something else, but lapsed Or' CHRISTMAS PACKETS,: ages than any ,
"Consciousness I monthly magazine given in a year. f

the belief of some of the au- We" submit the following list of articles A distinct, benefit to all hands. You 'I

that Shirk was shot first and which might/ be given to those' give 1 Mra. Pons ran into the field ad- people who volunteer to fill Christmas| -an actual need of these N. T. RITCH Pres. W. T. WEEKS, V-Pres. J. //. RITCH, CashierStarting

"ii the grocery store. She was cartons for soldiers in the /I times. The Companion is still only $2
army overseas
a
ntly a of year. I
woman more than 35 who .
have
)r age. Shirk's age is recorded no relatives or friends. Don't miss Grace Richmond's great
mg twenty-five. We suggest that each carton contain serial Anne Exeter, 10 chapters beginning -

oliln-r Accuses Pons of Shooting, a tooth brush dental cream, can December 12.

''''irksonville Nov. 16.-Devel p.t dy and uncented soap.. 1 pencil, 1stick The following special offer is made Right
shaving soup 1 lb. hard candy to new subscribers:

((tin box if possible), 1 knife (first The youth's Companion issues

c'asx), khaki handkerchiefs, 1 pkg of 1919! ; all the remaining weekly is-
sues of 1918 the
; Companion Home

nmoking, 1 tooth tobacco brush, 2 packages 1 package rice dental paper only Calendar$2, or for you 1919.! may All include the above McCall's for The fight is half won when you get the RIGHT START. To the "

cream 1 pipe 1 cake soap, 2 packages \lajlazine-12; fashion numbers. All young business man. nothing is of so much importance as

; chewing gum, Christmas games for only $2.50. The two magazine

1 package pipe tobacco, comb good may be sent to separate addresses if I

electric pocket light (extra battery desired. A BANK ACCOUNT '
and! bulb), fruit cake (tin box if possible THE YOUTH'S COMPANION.

), safety razor, leather fleece Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St.,
1 Boston Mass.H. .
lined gloves
talcum powder trench ,

ink mirror tablets fountain pen (self-filling with G. IlARDINO & CO. It may be small at first---doesn't always need to be large, but it should
), wrist
chocolate almond bars watch(tin luck box charm if possible Old Byron, Ga., Apr 11, 1913.! carry all his CASE I transactions.! Every payment should be made r
Kentucky Mfg.
Co.
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w++rta,.:.tar ) Paducah, Ky. through it. .
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SJocp Gentlemen: ITS HELPFUL-IT'S STABILIZING---ITS ENCOURAGING.This
and Rest. .
I had!
cholera In my herd of hog* recently -
insomnia One of the most common causes of en'! begun feeding the B. A. ., Bank wants your checking account---LARGE OR SMALL:
and
ion. Take restlessness Is Indigest Thomas' Hog: Cholera Cure and stop .
one of Chamberlain's
Tablets ped losing my hogs at once. I was

t if Immediately do after supper and see losing from four to five each night un- BRADFORD COUNTY BANK(
you not rest better and deep til I began the use! of this preparation.

better. They only coat a quarter. I raise about 200 head of hog each '

At State Farm drove's; -- year and never expect to be without Bradford County's Financial Stronghold's
registered Tasteless chill Tonic
your
l Jack J services guaranteed. mtoraa vitality mad rnerfy by purifying solar remedy.Yours very truly. ESTABLISHED 1889 dy +

10.00 in advance. .ttcblnit\ tba. blued. You can MOO foe Ju Scnngibolng. It. G. HARDISOM &: CO. STARKE, FLORIDA 1"yti'w
+ Io
lxatlna Effect. Price
Wo. Sold !In Starke by R. S. Jonei.-Adv.
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,; '. !"' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER: ...
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I OYSTER SUITER TONIGHT I of retirement when one is fatigued i I been under both bomb and machinegun helmet, one wristlet and 134 hospital II. S. Roebuck was -.....:

; { t.i .. . Bradford County Telegraph I. I and weary at the end of the day's toil. fire from enemy airplanes but I bags. county seat Friday a totiy

11; I J !Y._ The Boy Scouts will serve oysters Entertainments of all descriptions by luckily no one has ever! been hurt in Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular Calvin Triest, .loh .

this evening from 5 to 8 o'clock at the experts in this line are carried to perfection my ward. I must close with my best appointment at Brooker Saturday Sindel attended the .11',' Sts
J''' i): ,. Published Weekly, and entered an P -C-: Futch building These young patriots in the Hostess house. Letter regards> to the Starke people and sur- and Sunday Brooklyn Saturday i It, II

j'j'q, end clans. matter at the piwt-oflirr at have never failed to give their help to writing material, postage stamps, rounding country. A. E. Proctor visited Sapp Tuesday. a very good time' 'and
wI. j. worthy cause and this is the first candies, something to smoke drink i Yours truly, SA Mrs. Josephine N .
.''I( Starke. Florida. time any they have undertaken l to raise and regular meals are served here. 1! JOHN W. WILLARD, ton, spent the week !Itmr

rim14 : funds for themselves. They ought; to Here is where you take your friendsfor Cook, Evacuation Hospital No. 4, Am. atives. ('h Ty

: 14: t E. S. MATTHEWS; Editor and Owner have the patronage of everyone in a big time. The boys all like to E. F. Theresa, Nov. 22.-Mr. J. W. An- D. W. Moore wa>. "<
r 1. C. ROBINSON Associate Editor tuwn. i visit the Hostess> house, because here P. S.-I guess some people wonder 'drews, Sr., of Starke, was a visitor in to Starke Monday '1I111t
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1"t !t I e is where they meet their girl' friends.> I' how our food is over here Well, I lour burg' Sunday morning.: Mrs. Wanson and V

.I .;' I'ROGRAM The camp has a grand location. Five can speak for myself as I am a cook and :Mrs. D. W. Moore attend returned to their h hsq

INSTITUTE miles north of Greenville, along thePiedmont and, of course, !get. the best going. I led the union meeting at China Grove ville, after a few da' ...c.....
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Jti 1 918 NOVEMBER, 1918] Following is the for the and Northern Railway and Thursday and, Friday. relatives. \\TJ

1', r -- program in Starkeon the Southern Railway, is a place called RISING: I I Rev. N. T. King, of Starke, preached M. Z. Sullivan wa
i !J Teachers Institute to meet
( UK_L.LF.[ 1 rwu cwt t or .
+ 1.1.J: Saturday, November 30th: I Sevier, from which the camp received -I at the Baptist church here Saturday Hampton Saturday. r.

{ 'it"t.! 1 9:00-9:10.: Devotional exercises, its name. There are the foot- Rising, Nov. 22.: -Hog killing and and Sunday. Prayer meeting e- 11
2A r.c-v: : W. n.; Law hills of the Blue Ridge mountains to cane grinding is the order of the day | Kilmer Voodard has returned home at the Christim.' ,'n 'sPytt t
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1 'r '. I 9:10.9 10. School Organization, R. 1 the northwest, the little town of Taylor here. from Montvercle where he was employed bode invitI to attend :utq'II
3. 4 5 6 7 II. Terry.: : ; three miles up the road, Paris one 1 art Tuesday M. M. Crosby killed in the orange section for a fewweeks. ra Sapp spc.i 'eu
: \ School Supt. E. I mile down the road and on the east is eight nice hogs for bacon for his homeuse. recently at Brooker w.tl .d

\ : JJr; 10 11 12 131411516 K.9:40-10 I'oppell.: : Reports, ., the big swamp, its! name I have not II. II. Lewis killed.! eight head on I S. P. Gufford has gone to Maitland, Misses Edith and M ?

t ; i 10-111.10.: Hi 'tnry and, patriotism 'I learned. There are a number of lakes Monday for bacon. lie took the hams where he will spend some time. of Lakeside, attended ?app
4, : :Miss Jeannette Matthews. and rivers near the camp which afford over to Lake Butler to be placed on !1 :Mrs Ben Powell and sister, Miss Sunday. n q

/ t f I r 111 1819I2021I222Srirti.yr! ; [ 10:30-11.:: Agriculture in the Public amusement in the summer time. ,I'I cold storage. 'Mattie Youngblood, were shopping in S. R. Swindel is gr, dh

Schools, Prof. C. E. Pope. Camp Sevier is a wonderful place in Mrs. J. L. Jackson, of Jacksonville, Starke Friday. week.S. .
r'wM 24 \\n* 2930 11-11 :::10.! Practical Language: in the summer time and I will write and came down Sunday to be at the bed Arthur Bennett returned homo last IJ. Woodardvn>. llob

: 4 Intermediate Grades, Mrs. T. J. AI- tell you all about hunting rabbits in side of her father, J. E. :Norman< who Thursday night from Mnitland: where day enrouto to Jacks'
( f: it rtl 1,1 ,rlorinnn. i the snow after while. I has been confined to his room for the he spent a few weeks Sirs. John l>hilJip ,-
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i a i --If- the<--farmer- is--to- meet the need 11.x11.12 1 :( County Demonstration i I It was a bad days for the boys when past few days suffering with the flu i G. M. Bennett was a visitor to the Stnrke Friday u'lamp
Fb e the The and He is slowly Improving. sent Mrs. Cribbs and, chi,
for food ,feed< | and forage production Accent and T..achcrIrs.: Emma Calhoun influenza made its appearance. pneumonia. county Friday. ,
},j;' t greater Sam Swlndul home after ton, are visiting nt '
.' ; a. have i, buys quit their posts bo as to answer'the | has returned her
\ he must improved rna.1. -
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\.Iv. '. r; I I summons to the bedside of their Mrs[ C. 1'. Mersey and son, Jesse a trip down 'o'' tn 1 dnuJrhterl Mrs. Wilmot
,, 11 j !w .:j 't ' chinery.; 11:!:::10.! Business. session.! brother soldiers, still nil efforts to subdue of the Swift Creek section visiteiirelatives ( Henry, Kilrpar and :Samuel::: Wooduid a Haganva the
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N. I the influence of this> malady was! in in this section during the attended the candy pulling at Brooklyn county seat Monday.
,. i tIt) \ ;) Thru the efforts of the home demonstration B\PTIST vain until after it had established a week-end. Saturday right.I The school is prcpti ,avt

( agent, six iceless refr'gera-' fi.iul claim on an appalling number of II. L. Brownlee and family were in I I I Dnniel Batten, of Jacksonville, wasa box super here Thur ththi t
,\ \ tors were built, and used the past summer Last Sunday was a "Dnv of Rejoic lives. The hospitals. were filled with this section Sunday afternoon. visitor here last week. 28th!; inst. The proceed

':4: 'rtl' :', \ ." I, I in .Inekson: county. ing" at he First Baptist church. We the sick, the Y. M. C. A. houses were :Mrs. R. A. Register and niece, !Mrs. Robert Batten of Lakeside, attended Orphans Home. All a i.
: 1 7i't . certainly never have had! male to rejoice full, the theatres were full and the J. J. Rowe and sons were guests of church here Sunday. vited to attend.

/ If 'I \ .:.1 A curd hiii been set by the 'Stnto over: than nt this Thanksgiving tents wl'rel' often the scenes of sick ;Mrs B. E. Is'ewsom- of Saxton and

I: in nut shells and the stones time. Peace and prohibition, two boys: for week at the time before there other relatives in this section this .
(4,. a .n)) advising collecting them to assist the Red Cross 1 great elements that should enter into was room in the hospitals.> The flu is week. Mrs. Register is a sister of QfS573L7fiG!:!!.ZHjY.- mD".III'''''''''' '''JiJ'Qt 1''.. nn'''' ''.'' ",'' II IUt.'JG .:.

rl "1. -r.'s' w in colectlnK' nut phells and the stone s Thanksgiving.('. under control again now and the boys Mrs M. J. Fouts and this is her first i
I I llegular: services both morning andt'v.nil1J are beginning to enjoy themselves visit to Starke in nineteen years.
'' '} of certain fruits to be, used in making' I !. We begin our state m.ssion again. Can you imagine how pleased :Airs. Register is to move in the near
i masks for the soldiers Three thousand also ? i future to Palatka where her husbandnow IRE SECOND
I campaign next Sunday and decide they are I
t, j boys living in the rural communities what we shall do for association- A detail is a specified number of holds a responsible position.
vthcro such material Is con- I '! ;\11'8.1.: Fonts" Mrs. A. Jy
i1 nl I missions this men to do a specified amount of work. J. and R. III
I, venient fun be of great assistance year.W.. G. LAW I The fellows all depend luck as Register visited Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sat rti ,
upon afternoon. A new lot of seconds just re-
urday
Pastor. '
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the detils are specified. Talking does J
f, J 1 FOOD imUJLATlON.3 i i no good in determining who will put Eddie Norman and Miss Rennnic ceived: Rear tires, plain, $16; non
McNeal united in Tuesday
PAYS the flag up in the at 6 o'clockor were marriage '
TANNING \CTORV $309.78 morning skid $16.50. Front tires plain
,
night' at the home of the bride's ,
all regulations take it down i
t ) For the present governing FOIL POTATOES: FROM 1 01l ACRE tomorrow evening at
l + I "i the! sale of wheat flour have 5. AU the boys seem to want to take parents. :The young couple'started I $12; non-skid, $13.50.

} been withdrawn and no substitutes are Last week the II. A. Shaver canning the flag down but they detest raising housekeep Wednesday on Mr. H. L.Stevensnn's I
rI requited to be sold or used. from itin the morning. Can the I farm, where the groom Is STARKE VULCANIZINGWORKS
now factory bought the potatoes one you guess I employed. After the wedding a I
The capita consumption of sugar aero of land belonging to S. W. Brow, cause ? Well, they have to get up a 'I sumptuous ..
per served. M. : >gX3 Rev. P. WKKW-HH3l-'HmHEgM !
1'1' supper was 1U;!!:; nnlliI: ; ='=
little early is all still well
+ I for general use is now three pound of Saxton paying him $309.78 for the you may ai Riggs. of Starke, performed the cere- ,, _
I I ) \ per month and certificates for its purchase -i: nearly 310 bushels of potatoes, at the get up then for you will find it quite wish
and the
t 1, will be issued to the dealers AS ': rate of $t per bushel as they came dilllcult! to sleep any longer. The simple i I la mony we through young life. couple _
happy journey
heretofore. In caRe any dealer finds came from the ground. Mr. Shaver reason is, there is a certain fellow j
t I News reached this section the 9th
(r } : ;j that he will not have enough certiflrertificntet (I' stated that this was the best record in the company-In every company-I I that !Mr. and !Mrs Roland Thomas on of
; / :" to supply his trade he for potato growing he has run across I think that was all they did at home- Brooker, had lost their little son. This

I : should lay the facts before me, and In this season. The potato crops of this I blows a whistle. 1 often wonder if I Iis the second child, they have lost out ,; See
I don't dream about whistle. Matters .. ,
any proper case I expect to be able to section this year are good and the they a their in little than .
iA'l 10f family a more
\ furnish such additional certificates as I'farmers are getting the highest market not If he makes a mistake-you months. r wwu w.. = a,3 ,,1 These
his need may require. In all cases price for them.Soldier. have got to get up, even if he blows seven F
I ;Mr. nnd !Mrs A. L. Jackson and ,
it a Ida "
I ; _
1\ \ w here this relief is asked, be sure to l I I I too early, and be seems to make mistakes I nephew, Archibald Jackson, visited j'' S 2-Engine
quite often. It's to be
stato clearly the amount of certificated going! Raiford } Features
; I you have had for the current cold after a while and then we willet Wednesday.. t

a, I t f, I month how much sugar you have on [Ii I Letters. I 11 to sleep all night for I know that i LAKE BUTLER
I hand tho quantity purchased but not the whistle boy will be too cold to get err. 1. Flii ban",
;
(I' f actually received, and then estimate up and blow then. Murst
f' I Lake Butler Nov. Mrs.
c'4 22. Savage
k the additional amount necessary to I The captain is awfully good to the QUALITY
Greenville S. C. who and children are suffering with influ 2. Economical
supply your trade for the month in boy blows the wistle thought and
f1' ; question. All records to sugar sales Nov. 9, 1918. he may give him orders to just stick enza.Will I II in first ,d
Andrews his
are to be kept as heretofore required. Editor Telegraph:-Will you please I his head out from under the cover and I this week. is visiting family fuel< ,nd

; J. E. FUTCII, allow me space in your paper for the blow. I don't think that would be just Drew Dukes and wife \ I"wup p.
{ motored
4 Food Administrator, Bradford County. publication of this letter, and oblige I but they have a lot Of ways here that to our city Sunday afternoon. over 1- 3. Sunplici'
don't and staunch\
To
seem just. think that the
} I at leisure and when the
'J am boys !Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell attended
; LOW RATES:!' TO !STATE FAIR INJACKSONVILLE have nothing: to do is when they are captain will allow just one little whistle church at the First Baptist church durability
I ( to the <4. LiRlU weight,
boy disturb whole '
rv company,
the inclined to think of the
I greatest Sunday.
I when if I to disturb the Substantial I,
t I. --- were company,
misfortunes-past, present and future. Charlie Savage is visiting his family -
y Announcement of round trip fares'', I can only confirm this expression by even in case of fire, I'd be promoted to this week. uality Assured Foolproof i
K. P. for 5. Gun-barrel
from Florida points to Jacksonville on self experience and the fact that my thirty days. The boys all Marcus Deklo spent the week-end
sA account of the Florida State Fair andit'M social intercourse with the boys givesme like to get promoted but thirty days at his home at Five !Miles.D. Cylinder
\ Exposition and Farmers National Congress I this impression. At times the boys promotion to the mess hall policing the W. Borum visited his family Sat Bore.,
it'M \, ] November 27th to December Gth seem to be burdened with sad thoughts floor, swatting flies, peeling potatoes, urday and Sunday. I I 6. Leak pro'' '

t has been made by the United States I rf different origin, principally of how etc., i is too much promotion commending !Mr. McCrom, of Jacksonville, visited ,, by Fairbanks-Morse standards Cam; ; ssion..

I ti Railroad Administration. Tickets sold weary they deem the folks are at disturbing a company. The relatives and friends in Lake Butler 7. Compl..r.throughout .
i I j, at this reduced rate' are good on trains home. It is not the soldier's welfare officer of a company is the captain during the weekend.Mrs. this famous "Z"Engine .. with, liuilt m

from November, 2
will provide for arrival in Jacksonville I physical and mental welfare of the I corporal is a good fellow; he has to do :Mrs[ Borum Saturday and Sunday. 3. More than.

t, before noon December 6th. Travel on I I I folks at home. Another thought that what the sergeant" tells him to do but Miss Sarah Rivers is at home again practical farmers have paid I Hated !Puwet.3audtiil.l'..
'JI. such tickets must he completed by burdens, the soldiers' mind is when he he will make it easy for you if the sergeant and we are glad to have her in our (
.:,. midnight, December 8th. I I fails to get some mail, most especially I'I \ is not present. The top sergeant midst. $10,000,000.
,I The fares from the principal places a letter from home. Knowing that I is alright for he helps you to get a I Ben Newsom was a visitor to town UBe Kerosene,

j in Bradford< county shown below include 1 the folks hack home absorb much of 'pass or a furlough.; They have first this" week. Service was proved beforeCoal Oil niatuut,

Vii i : only tint class day coach travel, their leisure time in weariness and 'and second, lieutenants in the army, I Mrs P. P. Dekle visited relatives In TupuurGa ne
::1 and. in addition war tax must be added longing for the immediate return of too. I reckon why they call them first town Friday. I all this money was patd-a The J .tn

t i I. to figures shown: their loved, ones and! permitting my and second( lieutenants is because ono I Frank Bennett was called to the 11_'suincrn

Luke Butler $2.35. ; Starke, $2.05. mind to leisurely i ponder in this diree. time will tell and you to do the detail the first bedside, of his son, Hubert Bennett, doubly convincing record. The ser; v..e.
then the
4 tion, the thought; presents itself in the i 1 second lieutenantwill who is suffering from pneumonia.Miss I Gel tram U.
DELEGATES! TO \IIMEKS NATIONAL form of tell you to do it the second time. "
"What act of mine would furnish Flora Sapp is the guest of Rev.S. We hiv.
CONGRESS; : the greatest cheer and comfort to o boy, they never have any need for S. Proctor this week. I Ilr. tvpineem- C '

--- their wenry mimls ?" In considering'' any third lieutenants. The majors, colonels :\ and Mrs. Whitnker were pleasant wainnKWe '

ill The following delegates were appointed this question I think it best to treat it the lieutenant colonels! generals and visitors to town Tuesday, Lumber Co. L'I
f ;, n Q . by, Ifon. A. S. Crews" to attend in I would the opposite ""'h"t would brigadier but gcnt'ralllllre all good fellows J, J. Jones, of Micanopy was shaking Quigley Supply p fnstvi
f 1\\ / the Farmers, National Congress, Jack. t) be the most pleasure to the soldier hoy t thing hut they never toll you to do any- hands with friends and relative .entr-liven !

rid 1 .. ,... sonvil'e' December. 3:j, 1018.I wav in the ramp ?" A long letter'] don't hesitate one time. Whatever you do Saturday STARKE, FLA.
.. I would' bo the it'I nt a command from one : [ Willard Parker and
r : :.. I1 W. Moore 'Iheressu.O. answer and therefore of those Mr. family are
1 I'' .':1 j O. R t{. Snpp, Lnwtev.L. is with the fo'ks' hack homo. This Is i I follows who wears leather able to be out, after an attack of in. , ,. , "" '
\
; : I ;)1 i.. C. rovvc'll. :.Stnrko. why I spend these leisure moments in I j d puttees.-tail They can't make you do a fluenza.
., .. S. Howard, Dukes.J. this I manner. I could' have gone to had. but they can make you wish you Several men nail) women are takingthe -

I I.. I.rown I Dukes town tonight( and have spent the time I I I examinations which are being. heldin
J. S. Norman I.nwtl'Y. I dill I would' have been nlworblng tho1 have made this letter rather long the high school building< this week. r; -1T
., J. (i. Crews, Stnrke. ploniiirp n'one' and in writing this letter nnd I must bring it to a close. I could!, The Lake Butler Red Cross Chapter SAVED MANY LIVES

k i J.1 If. Moore, I.awtey. I feol that I nm sharingny\ -I detest ) tell you all about some things in the completed a box Tuesday consistingof !! Thl trrrlblu cpiiltmlc; which tha country h.. panned through end the *.,
e t W. :M. Whidden. Raiford. I pelfl-ifess.!: It is not, cu tom.irv army hut' IIn't spare the time. Be three sweaters, six pair socks, one'' Maul,.. which (0.i'. urh s hay toll of liv.a, ha. proven conclUMlvrly/ that >t
for soldier 1 boys to still i fore I dose I- must H ___ .soy.... _... .r like I'lunk'i ( hill Tonlr now have a plea In the good will of the people thry..
< bee n pardon --
nmusemen cunli before. In thu thommncltf of home. people abeolutely unable Uervleis
1i \\liSGIVINGsEnvicE '! I will have npolofize for -- ; are all well, having lots of t wen furl '
to ; of
1 UMO\ : having and LEMONS WHITEN AND a rhypiiinn. a S..0..I.t or nun for their loved ones and were orHI
layed so long in writing this letter. truly hope that their relatives and pond upon .flank' ChIli Tunic for this moat critical time ; It did not diiapv '.'
> friends back home will be pleased to BEAUTIFY THE SKIN many, n.anyM.nooe tell ua that without it, aom member of their family, Wd "
The union Thanksgiving; service will Those( are happy moments with the learn these facts. May all who rend I puaed away. .
bo' held at the First Baptist church onThursday boys when they get letters from home this letter remember It la thou aamo today ax It hm been for the put fifteen ,..... made of pout< "",
that the wav to dnma. it la the one mrriicine/ wh'eh will poeitlvel rid the .,,"em of ChllU al i' 'r ',..
.
t. molting at 10'iO.: Rev. M. telling them that all are well and having ,
please a soldier boy is to him Colds. follow djrtctionetlv "'
write to Make This Beauty Lotion Influtnra 'Ivrlppel and Malaria. For th. above) dueaaa
M[. Fryer of the Kpiseopal: church will n big time, and I know that it is and long letters when do writo. It la also Hn cxcrlltnt tunic a twwpoonful alter, nuala xeepe you well and -i '-'
,M1 preach the sermon. We shall ho glad the desire of those at home to hear May the time soon come you when all Cheaply For Your Face, OUR Gt'\lt.\Io11.-U! It d""a not make you ,..lUke a diffennt paean ler
to welcome all to this! service. "Hnt and know that all is going well with we your driiHtf. at will refund" your money without queation.
he
I can and
nee with
those whom wo Arms Neck and Hands.
tel' Into His gates with thanksgiving their boys away in the camps and other have been with, lived with and thosewe PLANK'S CHILL TONIC 25 and 50 CentsAt .
and into Ills courts with praise." locations.( With reference to the have learned to love. Your Pructlat or General' Btorea. Mad nly In J.ckoon..lle, FL.DON'T _

{'( I Bring an offering with you. expression above "past, present and Very truly, At the cost of a small jar of ordinary
---'. '- future misfortune." the bovs, of '"""!
Camp PVT. ELISHA W. WILKINSON.:< :< cold cream one can prepare a full
HOLD SiritC.ICAL DRESSINGS!, Sevier look upon future misfortune on- of the most wonderful -- -
quarter pint '- - ----- -- ----
) Iv as. n supposition. They would dare
France mon skin softener and complexion
Oct. II, 1918
The local chapters are instructed to think of going over the top as a misfortune :Mr. F.. S. Matthews! beautifier, by squeezing the juice of
I nor do they believe that all BLOW YOUR HORN
hold until further notice unflniNhed Starke, Fla.
two fresh lemons into bottle

a containing
of I who go over tM! top will ever return I I
vj j.; supplies! surgical dressings except safely. They have considered this factwith Dear Sir:-I received my first conj three ounces of orchard white
orders. You are assured! thnt of the k
army Telegraph this in
)..I. eVt'ninjt-th Care:: until safe. Don't
wisdom and I have termed their should be taken to strain the juice you are
thorp are ample supplies of surgicaldressings I I I first since I came
a'rosnnd I than'You
a in our warehouses: in this motto: "Cheer up, hoyg, we'll have very much for sending'it through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp yourself safe until you haw
our big time here and when to me. P gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh I It
'i s country and) in France. vvn get was almost the same as visit bnc' property insured against fire
a ,
1
,. The need I is rush over there we' show the henstly Tluns home again. I read for months. Every woman knows that ,
I
F big nt present work every line in th when least expected and
n big time The boys of Camp Seviernre (lemon is used to bleach and comes
+ on refuge ,garment! Surgical dressings | entire paper, advertisements included! juice remove ',,,.
1 a
I all out for n b'tr time as 1100'1I I such blemishes as freckles," nal- ofterl the calamity happens! to
J.. workers should be urged to enlist as wanted to he sure I did not miss r .
Ih.arp relieved of duty\; in tho evenitr | single lowness tan and is the ideal skin e i 13 the r ,
e, in this work because! we will be asked thing. Now that I have finished and uninsured.// Carelessness
disreurnrdini' the
,t to make fact even though with it I shall softener, whitener and beautifier. ..
many more refugee garment thev be try to give you a for the Fire Insurance P'
servi"g nlwavs have
f.. )1, t In rush time, nt winter is rear at hand pleasant words duty they brief sketch of my life In France. Just try itt! Get three ounces of son it -
( to with each other
and one garment now will be of indefinitely \ pleasant word pass in the has- ,i We had a very good, trip comingover orchard white; at any drug store and t, being neglected. Sometimes .;, .
greater service: in saving life 1en"th. bn-ndth, and thickness army, believe! and I have been here a little over two lemons from the grocer and makeup allowed to lapse, and that is '"
than many garments in three or four Ave nonths now. We all thought of< .
we
Pntl! a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant time ,the policyholder is
months: I wnuld:0! in training on thi side but it .
I All th hays have learned love lemon lotion and massage it daily t Insure with '
I'
E. R. BLACK, to was not so. After we had, rested up : tt caught napping.
d I :Manager, Southern Division. i' their ('limp.ti1J this was not a hard we went right into action and have into the face, neck, arm and hands. : . now and wUl feel on the ""
I you
\ 4) problem to serve for Camp Sevier Is a been busy ever since. I like it here It is marvelous to smoothen rough, red fb

} TRESPASS OTIC; I I pleasant pace!' t
5, ; I place to visit. The camp has numerous t' when we start hack for the U. S. II
4 visitors\ and thou nil express gratitude victorious, which
we will be A'I
hand
has
The Telegraph on no trespassing or 8ateguard r. I i
.
'4 I and hunting cards for sale at tarv authorities nt "in'f< permitfr.l to by the mili-i, will not be an American loft Here la an advertisement of an e*. I JOS. WILSON

5 centseuch II 5 for 25: cents Mall orders enjoy the great op- French people treat us flne and I have trcmely mannish vest! lined with ,
norttinltles of pleasures peso
filled promptly! at It I rents each. derived from learned enough/ French that when I
the scenery and location nf the want I de ejgne. but even If we can't find
camp. anything can make myself '
- There are till numerous other sources'of derstood. un I out In rime what prim de cygue Is we .RKE FLORIDA .

s..' drove' Tasteless chill Tonic pleasure for the soldiers and their I I nm in the hospital! of the I suppose WI' run guard: ii;;nlnsr putting ST

t )00') destroy the malarial grrme, which are transmitted relatives, friends!. and gu"its. There regular army and never far corps from the I I cm our wlr""'',, l"y i'U.tiike bv lookingfor \ I -

f ; to the okiod by tho Maluilu. M.wiuleu.\ I'rlce Ntk c. i I. the hostess house, which affords a' front where the guns of the enemy I the d.'nu' tr"!' ; Columbus\ (O. I

---.., _... ,1 I place of refreshment as well at a place give us plenty of excitement have ''''1111..1' "- -.-- .- _- -- -- --_. --- ---- ---.

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[FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1918. KKADFOUD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARE FLORID PAGE; FIVK

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man whose virtues endeared him not NO GERMAN:\ TOY :MONEY FOR SALE-30 acres of land, good
NO "FLU"FOR only to his brethren of the order but FOR TUB KEI CROSS house and all new out-buildings; !

to all his fellow citizens. corn, fodder, hay, farming tools and
Resolved That the tender its When it announced few
lodge was a days!
Bits of LocalInformation heartfelt sympathy to the family and ago that Sears! Roebuck & Co., Chi- strawberry patch. One and one-
YOUSTEPS 'relatives of our deceased. brother in cage who recently received a consignment fourth miles went of Lawtey. At a t u
this their and affliction. of li-rmnn-miuk1 toys had offered bargain. M. Davis. 11-15-21.

I Resolved. That these resolutions be j to 91.1th"111\ and 1 turn the profits i iover

"i entered upon the minutes of this lodge, |I to the Ked Cross, the editor of FOR SALE OR RENT-8 room house, '
TAKE TO
CAN
YOU the Manufacturers Record wired to the
that a copy of them be sent to the screencd-in sleeping porch, good
of deceased brother, nnd Red Cross expressing/ tho hope that I
4..IMM4 Omr ?*.* .. '11..MNI fed STAVE OFF THIS TER- family our barn and poultry houses; good well i,
.. that they he> published in the Bradford that great organization would not ac- i
r.a.+.. ,. .... ".. .., awl T water and 6 acres of good
RIBLE INFECTION County Telegraph and in the Florida cept any money received from the sale pump;
Times-Union. of German toys. In reply Mr. Eliot land< ; just outside of city limits. Will t

II -,- (;. C. LIVINGSTON,. Wadsworth, acting chairman, wired: nell for $1,200 or rent for $'J per ;,
Swell line of Ladies' Hats Po you want to escape the Spanish J. C. POPPELL, "Offer was made to Red Cross early month. Mrs. Mack Johns, Box( 223
Mrs. A. V. Long went to influenza? Keep awny from people this week and was declined."
It'oi and up J. L. I'EEK, :Starke::; Fla.( 118tf.
I,k.ionville Monday. just arrived at Stump's.Messrs. who have it. Follow the advice of the I Committee. This is greatly to the credit of the
Rawson Davis and George surgeon-general: of i the United States Red Cross, and yet we cannot see how
fl' p. Gunn was a business visitor to White spef t Sunday at home with army about keeping your mouth, skin I any organization managed! by decent' STRAYED-Ono dark brindle cow, a
We to
h. Butler Wednesday.Fresh their pare"s. Both of these young and clothes clean. Also keep up your guarantee save you Americans could have acted other dark brown heifer yearling, one red
-- -- men are employed: by Swift & Com- health." Don't let yourself get "run- some money on whatever you wise.-Manufacturers Record. frosty cow and one white male yearling

groceries. Hull's. pany, Jacksonville. down.or "blue'If you or feel tired weak you or need debilitated n reliable -- buy-Try us and be convinced.Nat with red head, branded W. A.

- ----- tonic like Dr. Williams' No. 101 Sternberg. Special loon Men's Suits on the right hip, marked crop half
|C Koundtrce, of Hawthorne, was Millinery SpecialsNobbyHats Tonic. It will do wonders for you. It crop in the left ear, crop split upper
J.U', ,i jf N. T. Ritch Thursday. from 79 cents to $5.98 atSternberg's. is a ready prepared prescription of a from $J2.98upat[ .Stcrnbcrg's.NOTICE ami under-bit in the right car; also e
noted physician, the late Dr. G. B. Save Hi'an Seed For Spring Planting ono dark nutty sow, marked swallow
Rolls pies, cakes and bread. Hull's. Williams, of Quitmnn. Ga., who used fork and! under-bit in eachear.
upper ,'
--- ,-- ------ - ------ it in his private practice in treating/ :' Fall! grown snap beans in Florid: I will leave Lake Butler every weekday I will reasonable ro- "
Mrs; C A. Knight returned Tuesy -i Messrs. R. A .Green nnd A. S. Crews all kinds of fevors-colds and grippe. : are almost without exception free i i about 7 o'clock! A. M.\ lit Lake information pay of the whereabouts j e
for
| i im a visit to relatives in Mayo. left Thursday for Tallahassee\ to take I If have the "flu" start taking; Dr. from nnthrncnose, according to Dr. C. Butler Hank-Will leave Stntkr moat( ward -
you of this stock. C. O. Carroll. I ,
-- -- -.J their places ns members of the.legis I! 5 1'. M. on return trip Will be glad I
I' Williams' No. 101 Tonic. The quqinine ,| D. Phcrbakoff, associate pathologist '
Dukes Fla. 11-15-tf. t.
to Stump's Sale. lature in the extra session called by '' to take passengers.! Hates one way, ,
Go the governor for Monday. in it will kill the Influenza (terms; the of: the experiment station. This dis-j $1 ; round trip, $1.50.. -- -- i
+ --- ---- I' ease in some localities is also known' I
R'j-tch I Iron will increase your vitality nnd Improve (K.V.: 1IAYKS.
I.I U. Sr., and family, of RalVt !, Specials-Men's as "rust". As the planting of an- ] r {
i were shopping in Starke Saturday your appetite, while the mng- !
thrncnoso free seed is the only Buro '
1\lon-1 I Trousers, worth $2, going at nesa will act on the liver and bowels, I Ike'plng and most economic way of i-ontrnling CLAS'SIFIED'ADVERTISING

--- $1.25 at Sternberg's.Mrs. I the intestinal tract clean. I this very important bean> disease in ,! COTTONWHILE
[Bread cakes and pies at
,
-_ Your druggist can supply you-25c the spring. the saving of seed in the' :

"ore i I i \ Carrie Suddeath;:; of Jacksonville and 50c bottle Refuse to accept any full is of extreme importance to tho ------- --- I .

has spent the past two weeks substitute.-Adv.-4 bean growers It would also mean a FOR SALE--Throe- fat hogs. ready to
aturday Special-Yard wide with Mrs J. II. Ritch. Last SundayMr. I considerable( saving in money, which butcher, at n. C. Cady farm. 112221FOR HOLDING y

| L sheeting 20 cents per yardSternberg's. Suddoath came down and spent the Special Sale on Children's ( would otherwise leave to be paid for ---- -- I '
day with !Mr. ant! \Mrs. J. II. Hi ch. SALK-10 giltsTTbrood sows, INSURE WITH
j i the seed, { '
t I i
j jMrs. Underwear 'at Stump's.CAMP I Duroc strain Geo.uA. Gardiner.
Before storing boon seed dry them
!' Special Sale on Men's andBoys' in the for week nnd then I 1115tf. Co. 1
!'. John Shriver and daughter, FIRE HIKE sun a store J. R Davis &
li-8 Marguerite! were visitors to J Shoes at Stump's Saturday in weevil-tight receptacle. It there
liirko I weevils in the seed fumigate with POLAND CHINA mule; 13 months
Monday. I are STARKE FLORIDA
Mrs. E. M. ,
.. -- j I .. Last Sntfirdny morning carbon bisulphide. Any one wishing old; weight 400 pounds. For ser

[SEED OATS AND RYE cash & 1 Mrs Angle Sternberg went to Jacksonville Girls Johns went and for her a group pleasant of hike Cnmp in Fire the I further details in regard! to the euro I vice. J. p. Roberts, Graham, Fill.H.S.lt. I:: '

rry Store. ll-22-2t. to attend the peace parade on woods. They left about !9 a. m. and and fumigation. of the sped ('anpt -- -- --- ------- ,
--
----- Tuesday night, the 12th inst., and was went about three miles into the woods same by writing to the experiment '.'=
Ipr and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and accompanied home by \\\Irs. J. 1\1. Judson before they stopped for the afternoon. station lit Gainesville. WANTED-All kind of pecan nuts COFFINS CASKETSAnd
In J. M. Mitchell motored to Jack. of Adrian, Mich., who will spendthe After t"lling many stories, riddles, for cash. Send samples and prices a full line of
Jnville Tuesday for the day. winter with her. jokes and playing games they ate din asked to C. C. Notter, P. O. Box 615, Ty
I We to
I nero After inner pictures were taken guarantee save you Jacksonville, Fla. 10-25-Ct Undertakers' Supplies
Saturday Special Dress'1 Saturday Sp'ecials:':'A big of the group and \Mrs. Johns nnd some money on whatever you ---- ----- Automobile llt-urne.

ingham in fancy plaids only line of Trunks at actual cost at Inter They leaving went within for an one-half afternoon mile hik of. buy-Try us and be convinced. j WANTED-Pecans, pay highest market Always on hand. The best service i

cents per yard at Sternberg's.Rev. Hampton. Nat Sternberg. price. Bring or send samples and at the lowest prices. Special
rg's. Stern-I' -- After eating. lunch they started hock! I I will mAke you price. N. 1) Wain. attention to telegraph orders. ,
wright, Starke. 11.1 tf.
for town arriving before dark. Tho II -
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P. M. Riggs has recovered froma
I severe attack of influenza and outing was very much enjoyed by all. I ; : I Iop..n Registered Embalnwr -
Dr J. C. Wills returned home Sun- : was FOR'RENT
bv evening. after two weeks able to preach for the members of the Those who were present on the hike Nov. 27 to Dec. 6th I 'Farm with (15 acres of t1 ;
iith his brother in a Dallas, Texas.stay | Pine I/evel Baptist church last Sun were !Mrs.!' E. M. Johns, Misses Doris land, either for sure rent or to DeWITT C. JONES
day. He was called as pastor of the Scott, Elizabeth Brownlee, Vivirette -An Advantageous I cropper who can supply himself; 4 l I
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I church for the Floyd, Jessie Mae Buisden, Iris Ep mile west of Starke. J. I,. Under Starke Fla. ll'a
coming Time Do
The line of hats at Knight's Milling year. to Your
hill, Starkfl. 1122tf. ,
person, Nellie Mott, Kate Young, Ethel -
are the season's best. Call and Griffin Nellie Stearns, Louiso Fernandez -
Christmas .
Shopping
spect the line. j jI Very Special Price on Men'sHeaTy Margaret Long Audrey Johns -

--------. I Winter Top Shirts at JESSIE MAE UAISDEN) You will have the I

I Drew Reddish and family, of the Stump's. Reporter. (tunity of attending the oppor'I i'I .
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putproiik srctionapent Wednesday
as
eats of Mr. N. T. Ritch and family j jSaturday" Remember-"Every day is da State Fair and Exposition, When You Come to Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott and Miss !
-- -- --- the 38th Annual National
', Gladys Prescott, of Sampson, left on Bargain Day at Stump's.
SpecialsMen'sork Tuesday for Valdosta, Ga., where they -. Farmers Congress and 38th I ., t
/ Shoes from $1.98 up at will take in-the George-Florida State GEO. L. MASSEY Pan-American International SEE Most I InterestingStore
Fair From there they will go to I :;!} I .
ternberg's. j Bainbridge, Ga., to visit Mr. and Mrs. : At of Farm and Livestock Exposition I' F yYC
regular meeting Lodge
a May
1, F. P. and ., ., In Florida
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Prescott, .
several .
making .
No. I. O. K. well that of I r
E. C. Warren and family, of Heil- other places before returning home. 10 O. held October 22, as as shopping I "

ronn Springs, spent Sunday in Starke The trip was made by auto. adopted 1918 the following resolutions were at Furchgott's) thereby I 45-49 W. Bay St. Thru the Lloc"'lo 46 W. Forsyth
f the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. :
hit. I -- -- --- Whereas, it has pleaded\ the Supreme saving considerable on your ;
If you are looking for bar- Architect of the Universe to remove holiday.purchases. Everything in Books

Dr. Powell's Chill and FeverTonicor gains in first class merchan- from our midst our late Brother Ceo Thousands thousands '

Chills, Fever, Grippe and Influent dise go to Sternberg's.During L.Whereas Massey;, and the intimate relations long: of beautiful and upon practical gifts I Fiction, Books on Agriculture and other'pursuits by reliable ,
n for sale only by Mitche1J's.Drug. held by our deceased! brother with the t
tore, Price 30c. I I the past week work at the members of this lodge render it proper have been assembled here, i authors, Toy Books, Reference, Travel etc. "

r. Red Cross headquarters has been go.Inlt. that we should place on record our and aside from the price advantage I I F
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston are -forward with great interest and appreciation of his services us! an Odd 1
rending the week in Tampa with Mr. enthusiasm. \Mrs. A. M. Darby, director !.Fellow and his! merits BH a man; therefore i it! is a pleasure to Commercial' Fancy StationeryFine
|nd Mrs. C. A. Mark They made the of Woman's Work for Bradford !- be itResolved choose from such immense i
ip by automobile. county, and a large number of by May Lodge, No. 10, on varieties. Since this is to be Wedding and Society Engraving made in our own exclusive rt
- -- prominent and patriotic ladies are the register of the Grand; Lodge: of
Saturday Specials-Men's keeping Bradford county's allotmentof Florida, Independent Order of Out 1 "practical Christmas" call plant. Ask to see samples.
Red Cross supplies for in Fellows thnt while w" how I.! h'"M
itbed, hospitals attention the
Underwear special to superb
$1.10 the France right up to the mark. submission to the will of the Most
[uit. Can't be beat. See them --- -- --- - --- High we do not less mourn for *ur collections of men's women's, Toys and Athletic GoodsA e

jtt t S'.ernberg's.'! I take subscriptions to all the leading brother who has been called from hi* misses', boys and children's
magazines and newspapers. You labor to rest.Resolved I Toy Shop open the year round. Supplies for all jour fa-
i I That In the death of Oo. apparel. "TOYTOWN,
S R Johns and;; r cannot find a more appropriate Christ voiite and
and family N. T. J.. Massey the lodge loses a brother the of all sports pastimes. .
iM: mrl I family motored" to HampWt mas gift for a friend than a subscription who was always active and zealous in delight youngsters,
.It in. ilny to enjoy a cane grind. to some good magazine.. Subscriptions his work as an Odd Fellow; always is more magnificent than ever
\>'It'll Mr John's farm._ taken for the Red Book. ,'. ready to succor the needy and distressed new and interesting TIIERMOS BOTTLES, A necessity in all Reasons
-- Miss Nannie Howell. I of the ---many
One 'if. the largest displays of mil. _-- _- --.- .--- I ndvance the interests fraternity of the; prompt order; devoted to. features that will make their FLASH I LIGHTS, Useful everywhere and safe, f

-'er" ". -..shown In Starke. Knight's'I ;Airs Pam Rosenberg had ns a pnnst to its welfare and prosperity; ev.-s dance with joy. PICTURES, Picture Framing Artists Goods
llillir.ery Call and Inspect the line. during, the week her cousin, Mrs.: \Mollie one who was wise in counsel and fear- ,
with the
Come entire family; I
-- -__ I Brownstcin, of New York. less in action; an honest and upright Melee Furchgott'.Store your Jacksonville Practical GIFTS for all occasions i
1 I !
r' 11 Hntimhiy.In a large, luscious Chnrlio-ripe Cummins!straw.' Dr. A. J. Boss, of Monroe Ga., spent home. We'll give you a KODAKS, Photc :,Fii. iiing of the teller sort 11
the welcome
'"' 'hut week at his pecan orchard south hearty
grew on his place. How la
i Ill' "of town, leading
'fh'Jr"dnya't..rnOO:1
> November In Florida? for Monroe. The doctor is well FURCHGOTT'SJacksonville Mail inquiries receivr'prompt attention ,

j!| ed with hU investment here and hopes : Florida
Special Reasons ,
, Sale on to
soon arrange to spend his winters
P Its $ 5 value only $198eat(I with us.For S .. I
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ternberg's. II Why you should use ---- .
your Thanksgiving dinner you Cardui, the woman's -- -
cm get fine corn-ffd turkeys at Pow. I tonic, for your troubles,
!\Ir and" Mrs J> W- Edwards left' ell's\ commissary, East Starke. Place have been ihown In II --
IIntlll\ for Jacksonville where they I your order now. Phone 123. It.SI'EAKIXG I thousands of letters from ,
'' miki, their future home, Mr Ed- I'I'ii' actual users of this medicine -

|hit II .,j.wily'tavinlt Becure<1 employment in -OF POTATOESN. t personal, who experience.speak from It I Hold Your Cotton

I E. :Mathls, one of Stnrke's well the results:: 0' .11.led by
Dr) Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic known colored farmers, has carried off other women I for so many
"I' -hIIII' Fever, Grippe and Influen- all the prizes this!' season for big potatoes I i years have pood been so uniformly -

1 f'"r .ale only by Mitchell's Drug and for yield per acre. He recently give Caruul a,trial why? not For a Living Price
ptore price 30c. sent to the Bank of Starke the '
I product of two h Us\ of Porto Rica I Talo
1 .'. E yams. They weighed: 5t pounds, or 'r
II' !Futch was a visitor to : Hint two pounds short of n hu-hel. i i Throughout the season the officers of this Bank have advisedour
,, willeIonday, attending the From half he ID
250 bushels
'- a acre dug :

.It. "I","''tr"city.fll'cd of the by county Mr. Beacham food aHminis.to meet 'I nf ket merchantable price of potatoes yams.the At product the, mar of CA !{\< 1U1 I! Farmers to hold their Cotton for a fair price. We believenow

i this! half acre. was.worth. $280. I the day of the fair price is near at hand and we again ad- "
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I' SatllrdaySpecials ChilK7 I EXTENSION OF TIME FOR TIIK Tha WCn:1's: : Tcnlc vise our Farmer Friends to hold on for a while longer and not

pt t 's Rompers only 40 cents I SENDING: OF XMAS: PARCELS Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, tf break the market down by selling at the present starvation prices. '
Sterrberg's.Mr.
Two important changes; have bepn Cullen, Vs.: wrltcsi
- I made. First, the t'me for sending the "About II years ago:;: I It has cost about 50 cents per pound to produce long staple cottonin : r
Mr. N. T. Ritch, Mr. and i I package: has been extended to November suffered ur.tolj misery
!r.' S Crews, Alias Nannie How'I I 30th. Second when a label with emala:: trouble,bear-: Bradford County this season and when a farmer sells at the present ;j "

vui-i.y Johns and Vivlrettc Floyd ,I I has not been received by the 21st of ia -down he is loss.
tI tn Gainesville l to the Alachu 'II November, a label will be supplied by ;: pa."" head- price, selling at a big

-untv Fair., the signs Red the following Cross where statement the applicant: ache would, tit nucr lot.! 'firce 4\S: .weeks, I Wait a while and see what peace conditions will do for us. P

See Stump's "The undersigned hereby declares a'most! hem i.oLble. : . ,
Shoes
before;I that he or she ii nearest living relative ; l
eying.Flam . In the United Ftates of the MyruubawlenttaDr.( .
proposed BANK OF
for '.ardul. . STARKE
I recipient; that ]>a or she has not received f
Allcr::
a label from abroad that Uiinu$ :about two
G'lsson
". treMe.1 the 1' s.f McRae, Clay counJ I should such lahel be received it :would boass! :: I bcan; going:

't r :Telegraph' !ctou man to a I!I, not be used and that to the best of his! around and '-.?n 1 took The Bank of Helpful Service
orangw.i her
or
\Mthpr cluster In knowledge and belief only one three: boLL: : I could do _
1 oranre,. :\11'. by him had Christmas!' parcel will be sent the proposed all J

Glisson's mwoi;
.tlonAJly fruit Is ex. recipient.:* fj-80 STARKE FLA.
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rood this ..
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY XOVEMBKH I a.
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-- : :: _-- -- about a winter crop -. --
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H I FUTURE PLANS OF FOOl ADMIN.: Diitrirt '1/"
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us can be grown says J. M. Scott Balance ,
1 Sept. 1. ]11'1:'
ISTIIATION animal industrialist of the experiment Receipt durlnir men. "

Il.IIIH'l; -N Of The County I The act of congress_ _ creating the j'I station. This should be planted in balance Warrant Oct.liwuvd 1. 11'1'du| | i ,',

\ United,! States Food Administration > drills 2 or 21-2 feet apart and four On or Bulanco 8.pt. 1.INitrln ru" '. II.\i

provides Chut such administration shall ': five pounds of seed per acre. K.-cilptu' durlnir m, .,'

i continue, until the end of the war- poorer lands oats or rye may be found Warrant fatucd d,

T liKAI>rOKl> HOD, born November 10th. GRAHAMNov. u : the I legal I establishment of peace. That ': quite satisfactory. If oats are used [lit, Ian.. Out. 1.Dlitrlrl 11"-i N A 111VI*I

( ;. W. Anderson. of I Raiford, was a I timu has not yet come. Although an sow from two to two and one-half Balance Sent. I, 11'1-

Andreu uriiirimunt visitor here Monday. /: --\le..rK.:.! : R. W. Surrency, 1 armistice has been signed we are yet I bushels per' acre. If rye is used froma Htt'tlpta, durinir, mWarrant "',' 15
Bradford l, :Nw..: > :22.--C.. :M. business visitor James Will at with all our enemies and no Indued dun
.t here :Saturday: i.nd J. 1 K.: {'lemon.11" a Reynolds Jones David war bushel to a bushel and a peck is Balance Oct. I. ItllMDlntrlrl is
his family
: c visited 1 I in Jacksonville! recently. Kelly and son. Barry, were in Starke 'lone can say just when peace will be required acre, und when a mixtureof N,, ,
; Sunday. MIB. J. C. Cone who underwent an Tuesday.C. I I declared but we naturally expect it per anda Italanca Sept. 1. 191H
visitors bushel
.I J. V. I Edwards and son were "opi-rution for appcndjcitis; and gall inrectiun I I)). Gunn was here Wednesday on within the next six months. the two are used sow a Receipt. during menu,
I I to Hrnoker Saturday., Monday of last week at her business. The food administration is not just half of oats and a half bushel of Warrant.* "issued durln.'

I ': \V. :M. Andreu nnd attended Sumner the Andreu rally" home, here is getting along nicely. Mrs. L). J. Byrd and daughters, Ethel yet prepared to announce any definite rye. It will be advisable also to usea Balance Oct. 1.Dlilrlct mix! %" ,

t and :Miss Blanche '!lrs. Bishop and Cloud of Alachua and Mabel were business visitors to plan in detail as to regulations that liberal application of fertilizer for Balance Sept. 1. isis
1 at Rrookor :Monday night. the be in force. :Mr. Hoover has the Recelpta' during menu" (nut
r I visited her parents and Muldleton of Hampton, were LaCrosse Monday. may put al of these crops BO as to get Warrant 'Issued
Mrs. C. H. NewHom ,'attending physicians. Little Ulysses Byrd who has been /gone to Europe to confer with the maximum yield Balance Oct. 1. 1U18Diitrlrl during (4

here Saturday.and, family and MISS 1 Friend and relatives of Mrs. S. visiting his grandparents, Mr. and leaders in other nations on food con About the only fertilizer necessary N. 11(5
; i T. B. I Edwards( of J. W. Goolsby of Monteocha were grievedi Mrs. I D. J. Byrd has returned to his trol and distribution. Just as soon as is some form of Balance Sept. 1. u\ ls
I'arriah were guests for a grazing crop Kecnlpt during OI.
I Kul'y' ; learn of her death, which occurred home in Tampa. the plans can be matured they will be month
i amount to use Warrant faaued during
evening. The peracre
i Barry Thursday night from Spanish influen J. II. Surrency made business tripto given publicity. | ammonia.
Andreu and Saturday a Balance Oct. 1. 1918DUtrtrt
I Messrs. W. :M. and S. C. the za.In.: Goolsby will be remembered Brooker Wednesday.Mose For" the present all restrictions governing -I will depend on the kind of ferti- !No. ]

d BisU-r Miss Blanche attended here as :Miss Mollie Hines, who attended Lane of Largo spent last the sale and distribution of 1 Izer you use, but an application of Balance Sept. 1, lois! ail

'f, f cane grinding at Mr. Williams Friday i one term of school at this place week here with his mother. wheat flour have been withdrawn, and from 75 pounds to 125 pounds per Warrant Ifrceipt during urouvd. month during ,
m
''a '. ri, ht. little and while here made many friends whoi Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graves and sister, the sale or use of substitutes thereforeis acre is not too much. Balance Oct. 1. 1918

J. W. Barry IA improving a i regret to learn of her death Onie, spent Wednesday In Starke with not now required.\ We are told that It will be found that where good DlMrt-t' .So. III.
this time. Balance Sept.
1. 19111)
'. at V. Edwards visited her sister -i W. Andreu, of New River, was a friends. among our allies England, France and grazing crops are supplied the hogs Receipt durlnir month m
Mrs. J.
:, I Friday." visitor here Saturday afternoon. Marvin Ogden made a business tripto Italy are ,000,000 people who are that the amount of grain necessaryfor Warrant Issued during. III'llalan. '
.., Mrs. J. C. Cone I T. C. Hazen is again on the convalescent Starke Monday. short of food; among our other allies, for .. Oct. I. 19)5Di.trfrt mltil
: in section Fri- for market or
our fatening hogs
Carefoot was
Dr. list and is able to be on duty Chesley Fogg attended the Alachua Belgium Serbia Czecho-Slovaks Poland -I No. 15
; day. (Fair Gainesville Rumania Greece Portugal about brood sows with pigs will be reduced Balance Sept. 1. 1918
ajcain. County at Tuesday.Mr. Receipt durlnir month
i and daughter
I : W. wife
Harrel
!M.
I j i Grandma Melvin, of Starke is the Price of Live Oak, is here visiting 175.000,000 are even worse off. In very materially.! Warrant Issued durlnir m .<
: ti : visited Worthington Saturday. this I truest of relatives here this week. his son, II. F. Price, for a few fact about 117,000,000 of the latter S Balance' Oct. 1. 1918) _

', J. W. Barry is grinding cane ,I Mr. and :Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, day. I group of our smaller allies live in cities Farmers' Short Course Balance Sept. 1.DJatrirt 11)18 !No. MJllCJt

t :, wtoki Edwards and Arthur Edwards Kessie, spent Saturday. with the lat- Supt. E. R. Poppell of Starke. visited and their condition is much worse Receipt during month
: :Mrs. T. B. tpr's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. CrewsJ. the school here Thursday. -even desperate in many instances. The Ten Day Short Course for Warrant. fanned during mon
Brooker Saturday.
p Matthew visited Dixon was a visitor to II. Surrency, of Graham, made a Isham Ogden, wife and daughters, In the neutral nations of Holland Farmers will be held at the University Balance Oct. I.niitrlet IIIIS No._ 21 4(9

qi Saturday morning. business trip here Wednesday.Mrs. :Mattie and Minnie, attended the fair Denmark Norway, Sweden Switzer : of Florida college of agriculture. Jan. Balance Sept. 1. 1918
,1 Worthington H. L. Lewis and children are at Gainesville Wednesday.Mr. land and Spain there are about 41,000- offeredin Recelpta' durlnir month
visited his will be
: parents
ii Brinkley Hayes visiting her parents at Orange and :Mrs. Riley Wasdin and 000 people who must have food to prevent 7-17. Special courses Warrant* burned during month
I agricultural Balance Oct. 1. 1918ttlai'lFt _
; Saturday.' Murrhee returned home from Heights this week. brother, Alvin, attended the Alachua great suffering.In poultry citrus culture, No. 12.

: Edgar lie stated that Grandma Baxter is visiting her County Fair at Gainesville Wednes Russia and Finland there are engineering, including tractors gas Balance Sept. 1. ISIS

Jacksonville Friday. off fifteen daughter, Mrs. I,. Gainey this week. something like 8:1,000,000: people whose II engines; care and repair, of farm Kocelpt, durlnir month

the shipyards have turned and that Camp Miss Eunice Hazen is able to be up day.Mr.. and Mrs. Claud Flirt of Hampton condition for lack of food is pitiable machinery, work in concrete construction Warrant Balance Oct.issued 1. 1918 during mont), I

: Johnston hundred carpenters has discharged three hun again after an attack of the flu. spent part of last week here the indeed. It l is said that in spite of all I etc. A general: course in. agriculture IH.erlcl h No. 23. IK

Mrs. J. V. Edwards of Bradford, guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lane. that can possibly be done by us and the will be offered emphasizinganimal Balance Sept. 1. 1914 Mil)

( 1 ; dred.Mrs. N. (I. Hayes visited Worthing. spent last week here with her sister, Dr. Henderson, of Starke, was here rest of the world the people in Russia husbandry, veterinary science! Warrant Receipt durlnir"Issued month during montlBalance
Mrs. J. C. Cone.There Friday business. this winter must die by the millionsfor
on .
and breeding of beef Oct. 1. 11118 tin
ton Saturday. visiting her will be services at the FreeWill I). J. Uyrd wife and daughter, Ethel lack of food. dairying feeding of swine. l>l.>rlrl No. 2|.
: Collins is breeding
J Miss Mary this week. Baptist church next Saturday and and J. C. Barry attended the New In the lands of our enemies, Germany (cattle feeding and Balance Sept. 1. I 91S1I..h.ta MSIKB
uncle Mr. J. W. Barry of
b J. V., Edwards was a business visitor Sunday by the pastor Rev. M. A. River Association at China Grove Austria and Bulgaria, are about and the feeding/ and management I Warrant durinir iffsued month durinir. mi .

Brooker Thursday. Woodard of Jakin, Ga. Rev. Wood- Thursday. (95,000,000: people who are in urgent horses and mules. j I Balance Oct. 1. 1918

1 to C. II. Newsom was a busines visitorto ard has been called to pastor Harmony Chesley Fogg and family :Mr. and need of food. A catalog will be ready for listri-i, niiirlct No. is.

Starke last week.l' and Brooker churches and will :Mrs. Tom Graves and two sisters Onie While there is enough: food in the bution in a few days and can be had Balance Receipt Sept.during 1. month iSiS

ti I Mrs. Esther; fixon) : and mother, Mrs. make his home in the Miller commun und Runie, and Marvin Ogden, attended I world today if economically used, to by making your request to the dean' Warrant issued durlnir in nil IU

: Minnie Parrish were in our section ity. Rev. Woodard is a splendid the Fair at Gainesville Thursday. supply the needs of everybody, so that of the state college of agriculture, Balance Oct. 1. 1918Dlxtrirt _
) speaker and every one is cordially invited Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Oateen, of none would starve, we cannot shut our No. U
Saturday. This catalog will give Balance 1, 1918)
?41 School is progressing nicely under, to attend these services. Brooker were here. Friday, guests of eyes to the awful fact that it is a physical I Gainesville. Receipt Sept.during month 14

the management of Miss Ruby Par- :Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot spent Tuesday their daughter, Mrs. J. II. Surrency.Mr. impossibility to distribute all the the details of each course. Warrant indued durinir m< i" IN

h being enrolled 1 with :Misses Florence and Ollie Hague. and Mrs. Odell Abernathy attended surplus. food supplies, for some of this I Balance Oct. 1. 1918\ __ 115 1
rlKh. More are .
i "I pupils Miss Mary Colson who in here on a the fair in Gainesville Thurs, surplus is BO located that for lack of For Indigestion, Constipation or Sept. I District. 1918Receipt No. 27.IInl..nca 'ma
.p every day. visit of last week with her transportation facilities it cannot be I BiliousnessJust
Miss Ruby( Parrish\ was a business spent part day.Mrs. during month
: ( I visitor to Lake Butler Saturday. uncle, Joe Harry{ who is seriously ill. Sam Pons attended the Wood moved in time to meet the urgent need try one 50-cent bottle of UAX-FOS Warrant Issued. during month)

The new dipping/ vat will lip completed Little Iris Brown was on the Hick men Circle here Friday afternoon. of famine-stricken people. There are WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive Balance Oct. I.Dl.trlct 1918 .No.. l<. 1033

in the near future. We are glad list last week. Misses Ethel and Mabel Byrd attended parts of Russia that cannot be relieved -" Laxative pleasant to take. Made and Balance Sept. 1. 1918 15.3

the farmers take such an interest in Mrs. J. Nipper and baby have moved the contest at Starke Friday. I because there will be no way to recommended to the public by Paris Medi- Receipt. during month

their community. | to Jacksonville, where Mr. Nipreri II. C. Surrency of Plant City visited reach them by rail or water. There ,I I Laxative BromO Warranta issued during munttBalance ?, ItSnIo.frt
cine manufacturers Oct. 1. 1918
i holds a position. relatives and friends here Friday. are no railroads there and the wat..rswill
in BrookerTuesday. I Nil. 29.
t . Mrs.' T. B Edwards; ) was chill Tonic.
i I L. Brown was a business visitor to :Mrs. O. W. Maines of Louise attended he frozen in the next few months.We I I Quinine and Grove's Tasteless Balance Sept. i C 1918- -- -- ''II

1 Saturday night M. M. and S. C. Andreu. Starke last week.II the Woodmen Circle here Friday are told that a survey has revealed Receipt during month >
Warrants Issued during tn n
afternoon.Will the fact that have
ilk- and Malcolm Han-ell I we 70 percent .'"4Tot.iln.
:Mabry Get the Genuine Balance Oct. 1, 1918 '
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I !'. Charlie and Seeber and, Odis, Barry .t'il: PTUN Jones attended) the Alachua of the available supply of food and Avoid .
went hunting. Their luck consisted of County Fair Thursday. I products., By available as I under- Balance !Sept. 1. 1918 '!5 t

: one large coon and a "possum. I Hampton, No-:J2.'! -Karl Middleton Willie Price of Jacksonville, "spent, I stand it. is meant the supply that can Waste Wnrranta Receipts durlnir Imiird. month ilurinir _**01 U
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1'\' Kvoell: Edwards: is irk this week. and Jesse Alexander, who are attending the week-end here with his parents, he readily transported.Then \. Balance Ort. 1. 1918 '"
l Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Price.Mrs. |, the situation seems to he about II'
!Mrs. K. K.: Baxter Is visiting!' her" I the !State University at -
4 laughter at Bronker this week. spent Sunday with their parents Jesse Byrd and children, of | like thjVe: do not know uxnctly tconomyn Bradford County.Stnti .

: ; Vt ---.--- here. Louise, spent part: of last week herewith what particular food, products will be Every Cake hereby* of certify HnrlclaI that II ....

f \ BROOK Kit Cyrus Hoover .of Starke, was a her parents> Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I called upon to .supply but we must of the Recelpta and D,'"""' '"II

3 _ pleasant visitor here Saturday while Barry.Mr. see that the demands,!. are bound to be''' --. -. . of Bradford eounlv, for "il I Ilois. 4l"
cnroute home from DcLand. and :Mrs. N. I D. Jones visited j I large. This nation is too great and its FINANCIAL STATFMFXT; rOl'NTV SCHOOL I* truo and Cnt ?' '"

1 Brooker Nov. 22.:! -Regular services Newsom Witt and, Jesse Nimmo of their daughter, Mrs. Debbie Hall, at I people are too high-minded: nnd generous I' FUNDSSiii.rrlntond.nte kn iwledtro and hellef. gi' "'.
nt the Baptist church were held here I Hampton Saturday.Mr. to fail in this crisis. When monthly flnnnclnl main- 'if i' "' ruction t
Jacksonville the week-end here the County Srperlntendent '
,
Saturday anti, Sunday by the pastor, spent tni'nt of ",,,"''ord county for the month of
the guests of relatives ami friends. and. Mrs. Percy Jones spent the next harvest is reached the call on u"I September" Ifllfl. Bradford County.

Kev. S. S. Proctor.Quite Mrs. T. J. Thomas, of Valdosta was week-end at LaCrosse with relatives. will relax but we see destitution even j General School Fund.
I a number of the young folks I George Stone made a business tripto .starvation in lands nlaneo Sept.' I. 1918 ___________ ___ 8 attended, the fair in Gainesville; last the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. many during the Rf>ceipt* clurlnir month ____ _________ 8fl4.1f! C. A. Knight, clerical w.,"i' itS
I'' week. O. llaynes during the week. Jacksonville Friday. next few months. Warrant lulled dilrinic month ______1007. S T. B. Plnholkter board .er> ''d. J'J

,i.c ,1., M. Barefoot and, daughter Miss Edna Witt, of Lake City, is the Mrs. Will Jones of Jacksonville Therefore as a people we are urgedto Balance Oct. 1. 191H -________ ...-____ 88.58Dlntrlct I. E. Pouirlat do 1:
Mrs. .
1' the with her No. I. _._____ 'J
spent week-end here J. C. McRae do
of :Mrs. J. Tolbert.
her H. parents food .
sister
in Alachua Sat guest consume as carefully as ever Balance _______._______ .
I Inez were shopping Mrs. Sept. 1. 1918 113.78 lohn *.. Long. ln"t on .rll'!| J J
urday. Miss Velita Fancher, of Lakeland Mr. and George Stone. Her before for the need has never }been, so Receipt. during month .____________ H. O. Crawford incidentalS 'J
of Gainesville wns a visitor. here Tuesday while en- husband and.. niece. Florence Walker, great or so urgent as now.J. Warrant ImupJ dtirlnic month ______ H. C. Edward, ti'achinir (H) J
? : ,... 4 Albert' Shaw spent route to Lake Butler.F. accompanied her back Sunday.Mr. E. FUTCH. Ralnnco O.t. 1. 111111 _____________... llt.1t Psisy* Lewi do --- )
and relatives '*'
last here with friends
Friday John Dl.trlrt No. 2. f F.. IVne tIn : 2Mamie
\ ShellieUl the
Mrs.
I and attended, the boys pig club M. Witt returned from Lulu Saturday and arc Food Administrator Bradford County. balance Si-pt., I. 1918 _______ ___ ___ 1 13.8.1 Rcdtlliih- do- ?
; meeting at Stnrke. evening, after an extensive visit proud parents of a line boy born Saturday .----.----- 1I.'pl.' during. month u__ .___ ___ K. R. I'lippell snlnry:0'S;: '

J / with his brother who is seriously morning. PRKVKNTOR.M:: I INFESTATIONS Warrant issued! during.* month ______ P. R Poppi'11 incidentals ;}
Prof. A. II. Shaw: of Gainesville, ill. Rev. McGuire, of Palatka. filled his ] Halnnre Ort I. 11>IS ___-______._____ 1\.83': Mae Beam teaehinir 134.M
was a pleasant visitor here Sunday.Mr. I IN HOGS I District No. S. Lillian Mackerv du .
I and :Mrs. J. S. Forsyth and sons, Mrs. Clara Sasser, of Valdosta, waitho regular appointments hero Saturday' Inlance. Sept. 1. 1918 __________.____. 14. .P' Flonnlo Reynold* do ?
.' and Sunday. < Receipt during. ___ _____ 4
wrek-ond of mniith
.1 guest relatives. .24 f. .T. Fuller do ,
Roy nnd, Willie, .spent Friday at th? <(;< sl| Tonic, Formula 5'
Warranla Inamd 1 ... .
during month .
,
It. T. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva, was Autumn Youngblood\ and wife of ? 3201 (.'IIs ORerry .5 --- 'S
( peat. Dalance Oct. 1. 1918 .. __ .____ ___
county I ,
Waldo. attended t church here, Sunday.' 113."( R. H. Terry do uMm.
Imsirit'Mn "Isitor
Mrs.! p. !-to ('nl:<...n wns shopping in a here Tuesday.KLV. : .! !Many letters received Ri.lrict No. 4Mnlance : T. J. Alderman do'
1 Dr.
| are
N. T King; of Starke, was a II. r. j'rico nas purchased an overland by A. Sept.' I. 1918 ____________ ___ ttl.01 Mm. R. H Terry do .Aft..MMr
Starke Friday. ....,: 'i 1.11 .ir 'iiiiiduring' the week. cur.Morgan. I H. Logan special veterinary inspoci flcvolpta durlnir. month ______ ________ *. W C. Hic-k do- '
C.! I II. funii! was here Thnrinlitv. in Prevatt of \Valdo attended i tor of the University of Florida extension Warrant lnue l during month ______ 28 MRalnnce Flllo Wh-tworth' tinMtrl. lit
the interests of the I'oyV Pig Club. ." i- ui. vi niuurit i' ,M tfte happy I Oct. 1.111M ______________.. 221.58Oi.t Hwd ('o.. inoldcntuBradford ? tIll
visitor tm"ir, KI t a m._iii-r urn Ixov. 14th. church here Sunday evening. division inquiring about the rlet No. 5. Co. Blink Int r. ...
(; Pinholster
: : tiiy win n prominent *. I' !I' .,," ',,- erioii3 illIt Church ".services will! be held here I value of widely advertised remediesas Hnlnnco Sept. 1. 1918 ._._____________ BD.04 C. K. Pope IncidentamC. ''I
to Starkep Friday. RisM-ipt, month ___.________._
durIng :
I. .. .. Thursday Nov. 28th. Everybody cordially so-called curelan,1 specifics for E. Pope, Incidental .S
-l-! I :t ItO 1*
Miss 11".1:11'arrl': II, of ('I'lynll.' ne- Warrant 'humed durlnir month ______ __._ _
,. do"
S. Mile
companied by Mrs. Onno, of Nashville, i.,..". -,i. K..1 . 4 ** "I, ...._ invited. President Wilson has worm infestations. :Many varieties :i Kalance Oct. 1. loiS _____.-____.____ 55.04 Clara Tolhert. teaching. 'II'It
i Saturday here of The uHuai'IM> iciMinl, service asked. the people to take this dny in of those worms may he found in the ,! IMnlrirt No. .. i iflalance Mr.. Myrtlce Turner de. 151
A ; TI'lin.'p.nt guests thanking God for the freedom He has Sept. 1. lots ______ _______ 132.791 Padirelt doCatherlno '
were held at all of tne ', \laitSunday I - .Mr* P. M. 51
Mrs. T. C. Ilazen. !Mrs. Gnno: is ( "" same hog as lung I I _
retenIt.'rt.4 granted We ; worm kidney Receipt dui-lnir month ________... f, ITrrl.on doCatherine ? ought be
hero ns Miss! Ellie Rogers; and will continue as before the / us. to more worm, one variety in each case, intestinal : Warrant lo.u"dllr'n.\ .. month ______ Stanton do 14
: who nt one time was a teacher in tho epidemic. Prayer services will be held thankful than ever before. worms, several varieties. To I \Kalance Oct. I. 1918 ____--. _.__u___ 133.79 1. H Terry do ..' 01
"iich Wednesday evening nt the Prayer meeting every Wednesday Dinlrlct No. 7. Bradford Co. Bank 'Iran
Bap
tc II dchnol hero and ha* many friends who tist church. The lesson last Wednesday night. Don't forget. and try to at- say any remedy is a cure for these nulanrit' Sent. I. 111111 _n___ _._______ 103.1111I'cnl.la ( Special T** F'' ..
were gl.ul to have her on n visit. I different varieties durlnir. month _____ __ ____ H. ('. Edward teaching. '1C ;,
We are glad to report little Evelyn: evening was Psalm :2M! I. and was tend. . of worms is a snare ,I Warrant iiiaued durlnir month _____ .75 W; F. Harnair. Ino'd lo"' l.In
.
Ilawn 1 lmpro\ed I at this writing.: the Miu'lviH of an enjoyable service. -- -- - and a delusion. Prevention is better ]I Balance Oct. I. 1918 __________.__._. 103.01 *. 1<11... Jr.. 'Incld T ,II
RPV. Barr will conduct the regular HIGHLAND: than cure. If farmers would, Dlnlrlrt No. 8.Ralanee Denote' Chemical Co. Incld ((2l
# Our) farmers tire busy now grinding; spendits Sept. I. 1918 ____ _ __? eg.19 Central Sclentlflo Co. Ineli) ..
"! cane and digiring potatoes.Foxtor monthly services the !Methodist much time and money in trying to I Receipt durlnir month ____________ Mamie Reddish teaahlng. IN
Eddy! Alachua. church next :Sunday; and extends a cordial Highland, Nov. 22.-Mrs. F. M. prevent such infestations thru Warrant, Issued durlnir month -?_? Illlan Mockery do 4 ItS
accompanied
< invitation to all. Crews and :Miss Maggie Crews were proper \Kalance Oct. I, 1918! ____________?? 98.19IIstri.t Floss'S' Reynold do 14 ,I'M'"
I l hy Sergeant Theodore Clemons, feeds und method of feeding with san I No.9. do 4 l I'
Lillian Mackery
*'_ .. I of ('/Imp Sevier wWe pleasant visitors A most enjoyable social was given shopping in Starke Wednesday. itation and disinfection of feeding and Balance Sept 1. ISis __-On .___ ___ 72.41 J. W Morgan Incld) 1 .II
t here Saturday afternoon. nt the home of Mrs. !Middleton Saturday W. :Max Wimberly of Jacksonville, \watering places do for Kceelpt dorms. ? month ___________.__ J F. Kickliter do 16 Tf
stock
L. Caini-v V. Andreu' and 1 I D. M.Mulphurs \ evening in honor of Mercer Mil- spent Wednesday. and Thursday, with as they Warrant famed durlnir. month ______ N. B. Hull do 3 --_ li\
S.
: lor his parents here. feeds condition powders, Lewis Lye!', Balance Oet I. ISiS ________________ 72.47 .1. W. White" Son do 8 .*MWailo
t! ( wore bu.sineHS' visitors to the of Atlanta. Mercer will be re- etc.. the hogs would be UI.trl.t No. 10. Kennedy. janitor J3 I''1
'r 1 I' Mr. Lcm Wilson of Jacksonville better off Ralance __ _ _ ,
Sept. 1 10H
county .si-at :Monday. memberi'd us n former Hampton boy 123.18 '.-...lror,1 Co. Bank loan W
Rev. Scarborough, of Starke "was! who i is now an operator for the Western vi.sitod relatives here Wednesday.Mrs. and the bank account fatter.If Hecelpt durlnir month __________?__ W. B. JenkIns Janitor 1 ..11Clark.

1- here :Monday and Tuesday. doing some Union Telegraph Co., located attlnntll. T. E. Knglebretson, of Jacksonville I I a conditioner or tonic is desired Balance Warrant Oct.famed I, 1918 during___month___-_________.___ 123.18 !Crosby. Hdw 4k.Poppell Co. Incld wood 17 a. _oilS .

brick work for n.! B. Colson.A. I: .\ lie xppnt Saturday here, the arrived Friday for a visit fur.., the hogs !Dr. Logan! recommendsthe ,

B. Surrency was n business' visitor guest of friemls.. with her parents. following, which can be made at

to Gainesville: Friday. ),I Major L. A. Odum and family spent Miss Sal ta :\Ier'er'IIS a visitor to home and at a very low cost:

; The Thanksgiving prayer !service at I! n part of the week at Hope Hall. The Starke Saturday.Mrs. Charcoal! __ __ __ _ __ __ _11-2 l Ius. SEED POTATOEIFor :

the Free Will Baptist, church Sunday. j' :Major Is convalescing from a recent T. E. Englebretscn and Miss Salt ___ __ __ __ __ _ __ _ _- ___ 4 Ibs.

t 1 night wns well attended, considering! : j I I' attack of the flu. Ohio Marr were shopping in Starke Copperas __ __ __ __ __ __ ___ _ :a Ibs.

A j, the weather. These services will be I A. A. McDonald was a business visitor :Monday. Hardwood Ashes __ n _ 10 Ibs. Spring planting; December and January delivery

continued each Sunday night at seven I to Jacksonville Monday.The Eric Brown of Hawthorne, was the I Slaked Lime __ __ _ ___ _ 4 Ibs. Highest quality MAINE grown
o'clock All are invited to attend.\ | held !guest of Mr.\ II. C. Wimberly Thurs Write for desired. We handle'
'I patriotic rally at the :Masonic Disolve copperas in quart of warm prices, giving: quantity
:. (5.; B. Colson made n business trip to' Hall Friday evening was well attended day. Mix other Triumph
water. ingredients then Bliss
Spauldlng No. 4 Rose Irish !;Cobbler Early Red
.
Lake Butler Monday' morning.Ii. j I standing room being, at a' Our farmers are busily engaged, in I sprinkle with copperas water and mix
:
left for Plant City The building ,decorated New Crop Turnip Cabbage Onion Seeds and SetS
premium.
Surrency was sweet potato digging and cane grind : thoroly. Place mixture in self feederor eel
: ; :Moday. I>'with flairs and bunting ami, the floral i have n "'t
ing.Mrs. other dry place, where it will be We carry all the leading and standard varieties of Seed that
Mr. anil :Mrs. Quarels&. are receiving display was extensive. lion. R. C. II. C. Wimberly was ..shopping accessible to the hogs at all times. and known to be best adapted to our oil and climate
Lieut. of
j C congratulation' over the arrival, of a Penny and Crossett Gamesville. i In Jacksonville Monday.Geo. .
and Rev. John :Mullady delivered I C Latest Crop Seed Oats Seed Rye, Seed Wheat. Rape

: ::1 I:' patriotic. The addresses music which added were much well to the received. transacting. Robinson business of here Jacksonville Saturday., was i GRAZING CROPS- FOR HOGS Vetch,, Barley English Peas, Beans, Etc.

}pleasure of the evening Miss Evelyn R. L. Ziack of Gainesville, was a Green Succulent Feed Important Our Dncriptiv. Catalogue FREE upon Request

,I Seal- presiding! at the piano. visitor here !Monday.. During Winter BLUE RIBBON LATINQ HASH MAKES YOUK HENS LAY

UI3j1 Mrs .I. t'. Smith, of Jacksonville ITALIAN RYE FOR LAWNS
J LONG BRIDGE;
was ;1\ \ ,-t..r, hire Tuesday the guestof It is quite important that the hog 7 .

H.1It her fath.-r. T. J. Durden. is supplied with some sort of green 'M< .,, ? : ';;!:f'' __,y >. .;* i i1'J'.k1'
-- - Long/ Bridge, Nov. 22.flenzii Thom :::. ..w, .- .'9- :;; "ar
of Miller is visiting his sister succulent feed during the winter and ..awr. ,
Greatly KomTltrd I by Chamberlain's :i-- . ( ,. f
I
t. Tablets. ;MW.. M. Thomas! this( week. I i if crops for this purpose have not ? . ..... J JIP

I Rry: I.angford, of the :Miller section already been planted, hog raisers .." .f" .." C:, ( ,,' \' '

"I am thankful for the good, I have w.. ;visitintr relatives! here Saturday should waste. no time in get 111 A' in n ,. -- I -

It ''I received '>y lining Oi.imberlain'a: Tab-! n t and Sunday. I iII Hr. .
: crop of oats, rye or rape to he used :
. lets. Abi 'it two yea i ago when I be-1 !'''\'. Mullady tIled' his refjular, np- for winter "p'l tl1re. On rich fertile 1ei o1 Ii f S 'I < -
'
tlllJ-C them 11':18 suffering n'oat l J .
-an schooln
: P'i talent nt the Lon Bridge -
soil dwarf Essex will he found .. '
0 deal! from dish, ' rape .... ... .. .
ss after entin:?. > Sunday ; ...- : !.,.o.' .
E . -
r and from -nd.ieho and a tired, languid j Voy Thomas was the guest of Miss\ CrUd: I -'" '-__Jo--1o ,
No Worms .In. a Healthy .. .,..- I ', ,--
afternoon.D. :
f''olinff due to InilijrcUion,! and a torpid T'nnchMoody Sunday j KTAELf .. _.I.-. '
I E. Johnson, of Jacksonville, was All children tranhWil 1 with worms hay. an un- )4 WRITS, t-7: tATU'G! S -
.. liver. Chamberlain's Tablets corrected I vi ltlni his family Tuesday.M. healthy color which Indicates poor blood I. and a* a wcEixiy: Ullcr i ; usr, HOUSE IS'( ' !!". .
At State Farm, thoroughbred these disorders In a short time, andin..o ? rule there la more or less gtnmaih dl.11.bllll". __ .
H. Moody attended to business in GROVE TASTELESS chill TCNIC: given ri-itularly . _. ....JI"7""" -;; .- -
) Coach Stallion, services guar taking two bottles of thorn my Lake Butler Saturday fur two or thrra week. will enrich the blood. im- J .,. '. ... .. -", .. '. '-) .""'-. .-::- -
'
health has been good," writes Mrs. Cane grinding ore plentiful in this prove the dUcitloa. auj act:3<5 General Strength. '1: ',.,, : .;. _'\-.q, """"' ''''': ..I- ,
anteed. $10.00 ;in advance. M. P. HarwooJ Auburn N. Y. section now. enlntf Tonic lathe whole y9tam. Nature wlil then "
throw off or dlupe!the worm*.and the Child wifl!! bela
perfect health. Fleaaaot to take. Due per bocUat


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PACE 8KVKN: i

NOVEMBER 22, 1918. 1 c



COUNTY FINANCE REPORT FOR I EXTRA SESSION OF LEGISLATURE IS : Representative Wanted- '11 {




TO CONVENE NOVEMBER 25

BRADFORD COUNTYPERIOD CALLED For DelcoLight Plants

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ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1918. Governor Catts Desires a Bone t1FFil'I.11. ORDER FOODADMINISTRATOR

Delco-Light is the complete light and
and l .itMvunmnnitu of the Fund of Bradford Count power 1
In r'l>oH of I lh.iwlrti. Autos
I nil tidinv' Srnl.mbur l 10. IfllK. with the bailment and amount of warrant. mil.t..nd. Dry Law, Tax on plant for farms stores schools, churches cotton
,
,,, tat nwnt of tho ousts and IlHhlllti. and the value of roomy prop Hy. other than Rule 1. All dealers handling, feed
1 rid. UiH.I'orH, 1 county a* rrnortrd on the SOth day of SrpU-mher by the Clerk of And other Things stuff at retail in the State of Florida gins and similar places. '
of
th provision
-ourt and the County Commlimlonm. l I. hereby published under
< 1."... of Florida, Act. of 1915. will be required to make sales under Delco-Light furnishes plenty of bright, clean' 4
ERNEST AMOS. WANTS RETURNING SOL- these rulings, which abrogate official -
Comptroller. safe: electric light; power for pumping water,
DIERS TO LOCATE IN FLA. order 10-15-18, and all other: conflicting ,
GENERAL FUND orders previously issued. I I operating separators, churns grinding mills and j/

I ,elan:d and':.not April paid t'April'IA15 l:-1918---- ::::::::::::=:::::::::::== 1,111.46e 17.17 1.46".63 WANTS MEASUKKS TAKEN: TO Rule Margin: of profit over costs'I other machines. ,

for retail dealers handling corn, oats,
r ,ut'lBndln" April 1. 1918 69.17nhnrv STOP THE: IMPORTATION OF rye, barley or other feeds not mentioned Good Business Opportunity For

April 1. 1918 1.S994S LIQUOR INTO FLORIDA FROM in subsequent rulings! -No Wide-Awake Man With Limited Capital

RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS OTHER STATES-LOOK TO SECURING retail dealer will bo allowed in ranking I j
?, .olln-tor, lava -.-.- 4.4.' Unm"I..llo sales of feed stuffs: above men I Every farm and suburban home needs Delco- f"
,. railway. taxea -.- 2."57.89rnllir LABOR FOR PLANTINGOF There
r" ta* wilctnpt'ona __________________-__.-. 6.51 tioned, to charge on any Individualsale Light. arc hundreds of Dclco-Light 7
.tat. Fair nwmlum .-fll- 800.00 7747.07 CROPS. a price for goods delivered at''. prospect in your town and county.

'Mi.nM' O-144-112 warehouse door which will give more I Florida dealers in Delco-Light t are unusually
DISBURSEMENTS FOR TUB SIX MONTHS Tallahassee, Nov. 15.-Gov. Catts than $-1 per ton profit; where delivery :
f\ circuit court as county auditor and clerk to county has today issued the following executive is made to the consumer ren..onI' successful. The business is clean pleasant: prof-

-l.iilonpra ________________________________._.___._________ 787.00 order! culling the legislature of able cartage charges may bo added, itable and wellestablished.'e want a good .--
di r' .Tiltrnire of cotnmlMlonvra -_._____..-- Eno."0 cession :
__ .__ 12.00 Florida into extraordinary'' onNovember provided that such charges are shownon
"l"* 01 attendance on commumlonrm - 25.: ti, al dealer in your territory. To the right
sale in addition to charge for
Sntarlea of Other Officer and Empluyeao slip
county oommUalonera -.-.---___ 25.02 Whereas the electors of Florida on feed.! This mllrll'lIot profit shall apply man we will make a liberal proposition. I
r rwiitratinn __________.- 120.00 November 5, 1918,, adopted an amendment '
Repaln to County Buildings. to Article XIX of the state con- to all sales of feed mentioned (lit : Write, wire or phone for particulars.

_u______-__________._._._______n_.._?_.-_-_ ft.45 stitution, which amendment provides this rule in amounts of twenty-five ,, CLAUDE NOLAN I
?. 71.00 thnt "the manufacture, sale, barter or pounds' or more. Whore feed Is sold ,

Rap..., of County RulldlnaaHi excliar.jju" of all alcoholic or intoxicut in packages of less than' twenty-five '' 1
I ,' ., .ttenilmitii -.__ 17H nnml jog liquor's and beverages wether spir- pounds, the retail dealer may clmrjro Delco-Llfht Distributor For Florda:
vnter . 7702I itllOU8.'lnoIl8 malt, hereby 4
or are
prohibited and '
packing
for measurinwel"hinl ,
I S25.HO ; 91 in the state of Florida, except
!
one-half cent pound
Car* of County Poor alcohol for medical, scientific or me- not more th.ui: per JACKSUMYll.LK, FI.OKWAITon
+n node to pauper outnlde of poor hounea and paid by warTlJ chanical and wine for sacramental pl'of it. I J r'I
__.....___._....._._... 1.040.00 purposes purposes, the salo of which nl-- Rule 3. Margin of profit over costs. ,j I

Coroner's InqueataiTIcera. cohol and wine for the afore I for retail dealers handling wheat mill '
jurors and wttneniea ......................._...... 84.ORIniianlty purposes law. rice rice bran dried t' -
said shall\ be regulated by feeds, polish i
InqulrleafTiccra The legislature shall enact suitable ; beet cotton seed meal, cotton
pulp ,
and commutes -..-....____-............. 64.B5 laws for the enforcement of the ;
provisions seed products bean meal, or other
Stationery and Printingtntlimrry. of this article. This article
blanks, eta -.-.-....... l0 7tIraki shall into etlVct the first of Jan- manufactured or mixed feed No retail -
', ___.-_-.._. 159.00 go on dealer in handling feeds described
11 riMjulreJ by law and paid for by.county -.-....._. 177.45Com..I..lon. uary, A. D.Itone 1919.Dry Laws in the above heading, shall make sales
Paid to Officeraa.o'anor
-----......__..__.-............_____-.__._. 4 ".12 And whereas there are no effective which give a profit greater than Is '-'I i I ..I C l lr
.'r'''' 780t statutes forbidding the transportation fixed in the following schedules:
r 'tr "Till court work -...-................ 18M.62 of intoxicating liquors into and in this Where one or more persons purchase -
ec' court, recording And, general court work _.__......,....... 50 AAdot
___ _........_.._._..._._._...___.__.___.. 7B.00 state, and whereas In the absence of in advance of delivery in full
Ir nrl.'l _.-.- 232.47 such statutes, violations of the prohibition I carloads, lake delivery at car and pas
B.644.BUx laws cannot be effectively enforced ,
I cash when retail dealers la requiredto ,

'inn balance -- -....-......._ 3.1\111.ftln.fi. as contemplated by the consti meet night; draft, $1 per ton plus
I tution.
I .-_--..- 2.000.00
And whereas, the unprecedented ( ',demurrage, if any. t
hn'iiniT Sept. 80, IOU ....-..-.....__............_._....._... l.nni.HIllntnndlnK 'ditions incident, to the close of Where one or more persons purchase
Srpt.. 30, 1918 ....-...__.................... 55.5<1 now .on'l In full carload
greatest of all wars. now in advance of delivery

hxlnnrt Sopt. 80. 1018 -.._._... 1,557.13 it imperative that the people of take delivery at car and pay for it on
crllHr.l. not presented -........-....-......._........__ 4150 state be protected from an increase
h .-----______________________________________ 1.513.63 inj I'I delivery $l.r,0 per ton plus demurrage,
crime and from the evils and grievous ''if any.
: wrongs that will inevitably flow from and takes
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND Where buyer purchases
.
: the unrestricted handling and transportation .
.I l nr halnnce. April 1. 1(118 ____________.________?__-______ 2.95153 of intoxicating liquors after delivery at cur and pays for it on delivery
rI Hfl-d not presented April I. 1918 -?._ 12 .90 8.078.4.1 the constitutional amendment becomes in ton lots or more but less than

effective 1 101! !) and before carloads, $.!. per ton,
rrni" II ,ntRlandina April I. 1918 -.-.._. 189.60 on January
I action can be taken after the convening Where buyer, purchases' and take' 1 9 .f
balance ----------0----------------------------------- 2.889.M3 of the regular session of the delivery at car and pays for it on delivery '

RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHSm legislature in April, 1919. in lots less thnn 1 ton 52.50/ per
m "".rt..,, tn,.. -____________________-_______. 1.8R5.51
m eomntroller, railway tax ._ 1.67.88 And \\whereas the revenue laws relating -
m comptroller tax redemption-________________.___..._______._... 2.36i to automobiles, as judicially ton.Sale cxwnrehousc in lots of 1 ton
.m i dung." tuna . 726.65 8,582.18king construed will loss the state "
- cause a to
or more, $1 t per' ton. rl 4 r of BWIToii of Coal\ ; d 1
balance .-.-._.._. 6,772.01 of perhaps $35,000 or more for the i Sale exwarehouso in lots of less - lydrs4tiQ Valu of 7OOProfil50&A y
coming year, in addition to the losses
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS this year if not remedied before Jan- than 1 ton, $5 per ton. ( Profit ><..25er3K7a
Coat of Criminal ProeoetitlonflT One dollar be added to tho
1919. may orlYa9ti I '
and dcputiva. coat bill, criminal courts -._._.. 28690 wiry 1,
lnblrn.) do -_____________________________________. 27.10 And wht>rt>as..thc labor conditions in foregoing margins when saleis madeon
,k eimlit court, do _________...___._______?___..._............. 641 this cafpht, or nt dealer's option the
ant, judge, do -._____.._....................................... 67.60 state imperatively require legislative charged.\
".ce nl the pra<-e. do __nn.n___.____________.___.__..__- 4.08 action so as to secure adequate leR'olollte of interest may be
torso r.... -_ .' -.*...........-........_... 16050 labor now indispensable to the plant-I 1 One dollar shall be deducted from
.,lfT'R cnmm aslona on flnea, .,.., collected -. ._...._.... 68.05ni inir and cultivation of crops and to the margins prescribed in e and f f
irlnoner I .. ...... 76898if
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; juror In criminal. oourui, -county;; ;. and jtutice, of imE9-- other essential enterprises that will he when the retailer! buys on credit and <

,1r _-______________?_____________________?____ 1M.00 irrevocably lost if not provided for before the margin Is thereby increased -
.lnr""l.a __ _n__________________________________ 4t.25 the regular session of the legislature jobber's Vf
u - .__n_, .______________________________ 65.89 in April. 1910.Rcturning i, $1 a ton.
1.507.76rt This mirgin of profit shall apnl-

balance !Sept, M. 1918 -...-.-................._________u_-- -1.284.15- ( SoldierJ to all ales of ford" mentioned in Why Compare Beef and i
ftran\$ oul.landlnit 8i-iU 30 1918 -.._._...._ B8.00 And whereas the federal government Rule :.J in amounts! of twenty-five I
and
invites
the
urgently requests'
>poRlton balance SfRt. 30, 1018 -..._________._ 6,863.15 and effective co-operation of pounds or more. Where feed is sold
rl I .rtiflpd.. not prcacnted ________...._._.._........._.. 85.20 prompt in broken packages of less than twen Coal Profits ?
the state in encouragingregulations
sit -...-...- 6.327.06 providing
to induce soldiers returning ty-five pounds the retail dealer! may ?

ROAD FUND from the war and others' to become charge for measuring, weighing, and

, balance _._. permanent residents of this state packing, not inure than one-half cent ,1'
iiitory April I. 1918 1,295.50 Swift & Company has frequently stated
"l[ -iTlillc.il. nut im-aented April 1, 1018 ___________________________ 23.75 1,819 25rrnr for their welfare and for the development per pound profit.
of the vast resources of the Braxton Henolmm, that its profit on beef averages only one- I '
i itMandinff April 1, 1918 _..-._... 85.10 state.
Federal Food Administrator, Florida. fourth of a cent a pound, and hence has
.1 KHlanci April 1. 191M -.-.-. 1.284.15 And whereas moderate appropriations .---- 5
essential practically no effect on the price.
RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS are at presort to pro-
CARD OF THANKS
mm la, collator, taxes -.-.-_____.......... 7,54220 vide the unfortunate wards of the h
o'n comptroller, tax redemption ..._._.-..........._.... 9.45li state now in the several public institutions Comparison has been made by the Federal
," 'I railroad tnxia -.-__,__________ 6,070.68 12.622.33: of the state with suitable subsistence We wish to thank the good people of Trade Commission of this:: profit with the Il
for their health and comfort. Starke! and of Bradford who
I county
sling balance
13.900.48 profit on coal and it has pointed out that
DISBURSEMENTS: FOR THE SIX MONTHS And whereas, the unpreccdiTtt1' came In' my assistance during my Ion:! I'
Superintendent and Supervlalon conditions which neces.'tate immedi- and ei.ntinued illm'ss. Nearly Beve-i anthracite/ coal operators are content with '

ok intj commimiloneni for road InHpect'on' __. 278.00 ate legislative notion up% these mnt- weeks have come ami gone since I too'' a profit of 25 cents a ton whereas the beef
ConMruclion and Mnlntenanre Roads and Bridge ters also make it my duty to exercisethe to m\ lied a'ld during this time then of
executive authority vested' only in profit of one-fou- n cent a pound means
.
.
ll Inl l l -. 1,28805Hlnoni'r has h"11' >i good and charita t
very
many
'i .* to road comp _._._..._... 8200nwhlnory. the governor to call the legislature of n profit of $5.00 a tun.:
Bart and roinira|' ___.-....._......_._. 86.0A thi-i state in extraordinary session Ida dads shown us, fur which wordxcan
.iv I atock, cut car and feeding: I .................._............... 672:6Sth therefore I Catts ; h.+rdly express our thanks. We The docs "
now, J. cnmparisfn not that
..r thou irtiuniH .._ 1,321.78 Sidney !!, governor point out 1
---- --
,"; ,l convict. iruard -._.......-....._....... 856.06: of the state of Florida' by virtuo really do appreciate these favors and anlhracilo coil the seaboard is worth
d more of convict on rondo _____u______________? 2,8.f a 31 of the power and authority vested in trust in' the future! that we may be ublr, tit at j
aym .u on account of road built by contract .___...._..........
'< '. 056 78 me by the constitution, hereby convene to I", t turn same if needed. Especially whole Kil<.' about $7.X.a( tun, whereas a ton '

or -nciel .- -_._______...f----------.--..-.-.-_... 1.DI655 61.50 10,346.67 the legislature of the state of Florida do ui' thank Dr. Tomlinson for hill. of beef of fair quality i is worth about ,
in extra session ut the capitol in Tallahassee faithful, service.
rnlnnce .. ..._.. $400.00 wholesale. 1% '
8,660.81
-ancfllcd -........-..... .............-......... 10.60: the on of NovembeV 25, 1918, for :Mi, and l !Mrs R. !M. IJuwlinJ.
the
purpose considering enactment
f-t balance BpI" 80, 1918 ...-_.__.- J.671.81 of laws on the above subject, To carry the comparison: further the 25
ar iiut>tandini, Sept. 31(>, 1D18 ...-.._..._._. 2U:80I : and such other subjects as the welfareof About Croup. cent profit on coal is 3'/2' per cent of the

-lmr. 9.4.1 80. 1918 _._; __, _______ the state may require, and the con- If your children are subject to croup
------------------------ 3.600.K1 $7.00 value.
"r berth! not presented ..-._-...-..-.-...._............._. 18.25 stitution of the state permits. or if you have reason to fear their be.
am)h _-__---_.._.._._..........._.......... 8,18266 -- -' -- ing attacked by that disease, you It
The $5 CO profit' on beef i is only ll/4 per
The Strong Withstand the Meat of should procure a bottle of Chamber-
OUTSTANDING FUND Summer Better Than the WeakOld lain's Cough Remedy and study. the cent of the; $400.00 vrl Le

.I, balanc April 1. 1018 ___.__...__. _._.._. directions
? 814 77 for use so that In case of '
erlr -rtlfled, not presented --............?-.____...._........ ,75 815.62 people. who era feeble and younger people The profit haG I K'tl 'Rcri: on price in either case,
who are weak, will be treniltlurafxl and enabled togo an attack you will know exactly what
but l.ai less effect on tv! price 01 beef than on the
rt.tanding April 1. 1018 ----?-______._.r- 2.8S4.77 through the deprrMtnit heat of summer by tak. course to pursue. This is a favorite of cool.
log GROVE'S TASrELEbSchlllTONIC. It purltle price
\ r.l 1. 1018 -. aDd enriches the blood and nuUitaupthewlinleflyntem. and very successful remedy for croup
RECEIPTS-FOR THE SIX MONTHS 1,619.25 You can won fee I Streailthenlnil.. luvtuuratlna and it is important that you observe Coal may be stored !In the open air indefinitely;

1 Jllfctor. taxes __-..............__...._. 1,88661 Effect. Uc. the directions carefully. beef must be kep' in c"i" ioolr..'. because it
T roller tax nMlemptlona t ........_..-..............._..._. 2.86 highly perishable ttr.'l riiu: be 1t...liberated.Coal .
mptroller. railroad tax -._.__._________ 126766 ,
1 < ural fund tranifer ---------.....- 2.000.'oo 6.186.61 Commix one pnlil lax collator ------------_______ ______________ 6/).j, 56v 1)2T.ravlnr is handled r-v the carload! or ton; beef 13 deity

Mailing balance --_----?.-?-------?_-___________?.__...____ I.636 28 balance .- ered to retailers by via) pound or hundred weight.
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS c'- bonds' pald' _:=:::-_:_:_-:=:::_::.-::::::::::::::_. .:::::::::: .-:: 2 ION' ; :
;
:
I n. railroad. bond from 1-1-18 to 7-1-18 ,-_...._:__.______._ 20125 __ Methods of handling are -.astly! different. Coal i U a
h. w T Week, trip to GaineavllI ._,.-----__..._. 10.00 811.28 Nit balanr. R_..,. no. lots _____n ..-----+ - ____ ______ I"! I handled in opus cars; beef: nintt be shipped in
Scrip out' tanilnir! Sept. 3(1.( 1918 -------______1HI___ ...___I_____II1 S 00Dipcwllory "
1r.Ir balance -.-_________ __ ____ _____ refrigerator cars ;,it an even tenipt'rature.Fairn..sq .
r ad --._..____.__.i..zni._!inr______--"_;_"____-r 4.6011.00 8.428.01 l.alanee. H.rt. an, J1I8 --____________.__________________'_ -- TTTr IKII.13:
NOTE-Bomb outntAndliiff tH.09H.30. to ti! .- publit:, fairness' to Swift &
l earl lr Melt _:.:_.....-.__ __ ., _
I''11' Sen N, 4MI smelled ._.,._h--.1"___ .?1980 ASSETS AND LIABILITIES Company, (flirt' 9 to tho.f'king: imluilry!\ demands r
that these indisputable uci3 be consuf.-rrd. It is
N-t deHeii 8i.pt 80. 1918 . ASSETS
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warrar' jutundmir, S.80, lUU -------------------n---"_,_____ 106547 1.276.27I" Balance I'nrolira' each In depn llorle.. _____n__________________ __________"__- impossible l to dl:-prove Swift & Company's state-
billanc ) Scare. current year _________-._ 'i'Sii. ? mcnt, that its profits on beef are bo small as to have
Scrip
: Sp30.. 1018 .. ..___ certified and
tI.d not presented -- --- -- __ -7g Z1B-8') not preeentodl"_llliil."J: : ____.._ "ll'lHTolal practically no effect: on prices. t

fun -; _- .--. 2H.05 available u..ls -____________________ ._______ ______________._ -13.715.7-


NOTKRailroad" bond ouUUndln $1,260.DRAINAGE. Serin Warrant outnUnHIn. for current erpeMea'MBItlTIES..______ _.____________.. Swift & Company U. S. A.

FUND Ponrfu out.tan.llnz nuutanil for eurr.nt.xoensra. .________ __ ______________ Inn I ,
*'Pol' r halane Apr 1. lit* .. .. _.._..____ ., Oatatandln. nir -n_ "_____ ?
-? - -- warrant 4ea
li ..ut..Und.n. April I, 1918 --,-__-__ l.oa 1)d prior""to"iVtV"._:: :;::; ______:;; 226.2

"> >n.e April 1. 1918 -*- 488.83 Total --- --- ------.---____________ _____________ ________?______ :8.719.27 I ,

RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS VALUE OF COUTY PROPERTY
l "> solleetor, taxes .._ _______... r..,rt .... vtIt
r'0
? ? __ 74Q.fit and ICrollndn ___.___ .
'I1).n -- _______ _______.. 90,000.00
Iroller. jail
'
lax redmpttoi -? a4(> 2.7B2.M 'u"lIure b.'Iolln" .R.I grounds :.___;;::::_ ____________.._________. 18.0QII.fO
and nxturm --_______ ____ .. ______ _-._
.r, _.____ ______ I ... -- ----u ___ 780.011I
u ---------- ---------- ---- 1.21N.8J U.I .toele'lnPfll and tool. -__.._______ .._________ ._________ l.nQfI.OII
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS .. -- __ ________________ 1.40000
I I* I" i bond. ....___.._.___.?. S4774 Ot' r P"-rl of count, __-. ....____ .__._____.__________--- \111111111

Total ---___._.______.. _._____..,.....__ .1f.0.00 .

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t i-U.KEIClll I; RRAUFUUO CUUN1Y IKLMUtAPH., STARK FLORIDA. FRIDAY NOVEMBER' 22. ""

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to Gainesville on a visit to her friend, PIGS TAKE

Mrs.When Ott.the glorious news of the sign ::!:: I
Jtfj A&
*? **:
;
: Jacksonville ing of the armistice wag received in Movies To Be Seen At Fair Show wt hat Pv .
Monday morning of last
"!
Items week, Lawtey did not have to wait un- i Clubs Can Do For' The War PIC.I ..

I I County News til train time to get the information.Mrs. I -

J. B. Dye phoned the good news > bit which Uncle Sam's pig clubs prizes were won in s .
c
tt -- at once to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. !! swine 011 wl
f I' contributing: toward winning the entered by 1 prot ,
A. M. Blanchard, who in turn caused nlll
. 1 Interesting facts Gathered During the Week b,. Our all the bells in town to( be rung that Is to be seen on the motion-pic raisers. hOC

ft Regular Correspondents. the people of Lawtey might hear the screen in the exhibit Bent with If the pig club mt-mh, .." <10 .

1k r glad tidings of answered prayers and (, combined' Government displays by this year as they UK* be aa, !

glorious victory and join in the rejoicing United States Department of Ag. produce more than '" wID

i. .: which they preceded to do with I to the Florida" State Fair and Ok dressed pork for .u iJOlIIlt!

11 14- : CLAY HILL I were the guests of Mrs. Collins, Mrs. bells, with pistols and with anythingthat in Jacksonville, November : mean a lot of meat (0'' nat IIJU
lone
I ( -- Dubo e's mother. would make a noise. December 6. You can see there over in France. bon

' : 1 Clay Hill, Nov. 552.-The farmers in Mrs. A. 1) Dubose and children aremaking thanksgiving Special services were conducted of rejoicing in Grace and boys starting to work with a small 'Uncle Sam wants :200.000! < b018-a114

this section are grinding cane for the an extended visit at her moth- cn-E and later taking a blue ribbon at girls, too-to enroll Hs ,_
r er's, Mrs. Dave Holtiwanger. M. E. church on Sunday and special pig- 'Iuh"-- -...
1 week.
.e present The friends of L. R. Graham music was rendered. Miss Nellie Roberts b
F. I). Lang accompanied II. B. Hudson many
l regret to hear of his slow improvement i delighted the congregation witha Goodies S .5 S I'- .
Monday.E. ,
to Lawtey S
!
sweet and impressive rendition of 3 S
-
II. Carter and son, Henry, made from his recent sickness. t- I
U "The Chorus and the : 5
I Awakening C
I caller
of Paradise ?
to Jacksonville Tues- Mr. Gibbons, was a % -the kind '
business trip w
a choir under the leadership of Mrs. W. S 4
Ip at Mr. J. J. Cox's Tuesday night
I II. Edwards also did good work. The that nve-l-t '
1 day.Mrs.
r Miss Edith Williams spent the weekend
I I B. B. Padgett accompanied by series of rejoicing were continued in
with her Mr. and Mrs. in your
parents
,
; '
I i1 Mrs. llardee I'udgett, was among the
W. Williams.Mrs. the evening, the leading address being mouth '
I visitors to Highland Saturday.
t I Dennis Mosley was a visitor to Highland S. J. Russell left Friday for Mr.given J. D.by Randall Professor, both Blackburn of which were and -light.n. '
will short
where she
j Deal, spend a
1' 'r and attended church there SunI' while with. her son. uplifting, patriotic and inspiring and s.,. '

.
1 day S. J. Starling and grandson, II. S. Wesley Williams made a business thoroughly appreciated by all who aits and .- r -
I' / to Providence Tuesday.Mrs. were privileged to hear them. At the ..
I trip that --
Starling, were visiting friends and relatives doughnuts I
,. I Ellis, of Alachua, was visiting close of the service the pastor called ' '
section
the Lakeview
near _
in for voluntarthree.minute talks on keep you .IulJ -
on' I
Russell :
her daughter. Mrs. Taylor _
KingHlcy lake.L. "Why I am Thankful" and a numberof 'round the pantryall 55, _
I M. Carter was a business visitor Monday.Mr. S : 't.
I : Jacksonville and Mrs. E. C. Roberts, accom- interesting enjoyable testimonies made with :
.V. 'I I i it'fi to Friday. panied by Mrs. H. B. Roberts and lit- were offered.A .
<< Little Elsie and Lucile Starling CALUMETBAKING
.' '. 1 spent Saturday with their grandpar- tle son, Wesley, motored over_ to Rai- community sing was enjoyed at
the Woman's Club house at 3 o'clock.

1 r.t' 'r. .. !I e nts Mixs; in)Kflle this; Harris section., our popular school ford Wash Monday Roberts.Misses to. see their brother_ Mr. Interesting talks were given and there I !

i was a specially intersting service flag the safest, purest,
Katie Roberts and Ida Williams .....
,; I) ", t : teacher, spent Saturday night and presentation and a heart reaching pre- economical kind. '
:t a: : .,,,, _' Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.I were in our town Monday after sentation speech by Mrs. J. D. Randall it-drive away fair with a large iog. Many of I bers aa a part of the ro.ii, amp of
I \ ", I Randall Harris of Maxville. noon. / club pigs have been win food! ,
\\t t G. A. Epperson was a visitor to our who donated the flag to the Red Cross. failures. prize producers at home 'irj are htl!.
ii' I '.' ; F. 1. Lung was a visitor to Max- town Monday evening. I I The flag was officially received by Mrs. You snv when you buy ing the boys at the fn. i' Evi rj

, r villa Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Noah Taylor is very ill at this J. T. Moore who made the speech of S You save when you me Georgia last season club pigs: won member of a pig club n"> eg nt l tma

; '{ 'I appointment Rev. L. M. at Moscley Highland filled church his regular Saturday writing. I I acceptance in equally touching terms. I filumet gradients contains 89 have only amounting to more than $30- one pig which helps to '. d a goldl.
I
I d't Several of our young folks attend. These community sings are to be improved officially by At the Georgia-Florida" Fair club The motion picture U an >ii "alto ,
:r) J t t W j and Sunday. .' continued and will meet in the WOI.lan's U.a,Fuud Authorities, "
t' ', 'I Miss Edith Starling spent Sunday (d the cane grinding at W. Williams'I"rlday Club house Sunday after UT'TJrCT won two grand championships, ery boy in every farm community whi

: 1 \ afternoon with Misses Irene and Katie night. at 3 o'clock.Mr. .every zuuiuJ I junior championship and one re wants to do a bit at hoim(' !to carry 01

r i 4 Wilkinson. O. P. Hale was transacting business noon and Mrs. Geo. W. Stokes left championship. Some of these the war.
t'i j ,,4! Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson at,4 here Saturday.
last week bound for Tampa
j Oscar I Roberts, a little son of Mrs. Lawtey
'
I f, tended Yellow Water church Sunday. where they have gone for an indefinite
it I Carrie Bryant Roberts, has been ill of pneu- Show At Florida
I Miss Starling spent Sundayafternoon
t JI monia but is now able to be out again. stay with their son and wife who reside -
I
the home of Mr. and Mrll.I" .
at
.r,1
I There will be services at the Methodist there. State Fair
.1i I F. I 1) Lang.Robert Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was a welcome Of High Standard
church here from
.' )h- :(, , Nolan, of the Duck Pond sec. 1 Thursday until visitor in Lawtey last Saturday
I"\ tion the home of Mr. Sunday. Dinner on the grounds every -
i I was visiting at Geo. L. Futch is spending several
, r.. 'l :t ,i and Mrs. II. B. Hudson, Sunday after I II I day.-You- -ore.invited._ _ weeks in Jacksonville and is busily engaged poultry show at the Florida now more important than ever. Til
'
noon.S. I II display will be educational It will baYl
in war work. Fair and Exposition, large and ;
I
: : L J. Starling was transacting business ; You can trade your Liberty When the peace news came and the live specimens of the best brorda'li

I ;, .'." in Sturke Saturday. Bonds for goods at Sternberg'sMiller church bells rang it has been report. ; as it was last Spring, will all worth-while varlelles The Florida
:
It It. Carter Nelson Prescott William I If
and '
:1 Mr. Hess' mule caughtthe larger and more comprehen.
that /
: ed even State Fair and Exposition A-moclaUoi
.
'
\ ,J j' Padgett were visitors to Green I
r MILLER fever of rejoicing. lie kicked up In the exhibition to be made in being a member ofthe American

\, Cove Springs' Saturday. his: heels, introduced a new form of I poultry building" of the fair and I Poultry Association, the rules of thai
G. W. Wilkinson wan attending to and had the audacity to Ha! ,
]I Nov. 22.-Rev. M. A. Wood. dancing to In Jacksonville will In the matter
organization
business in Lawtey Saturday. I of his master open on govern
face
'I W. A. Starling was a visitor at the I ard, of Jakin, Ga.; filled his regular Ha! right/ both in the proceeded to have a 27 of this year and closing of exhibits and the awarding Of prlws,
and they I
\ 'I home of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Taylor on appointment at the Free Will Baptist irno.l time. There's no German bloodin 6. Poultry and eggs are assuring a high standard for both.
I Sunday afternoon. ; church Sunday.II. I
mule.
It " ; i Messrs. H. B. Hudson and F'" D. I C. Ppeplos made a business trip that Alfred Evenden, whose wife is office of city marshal for
S j to Lake Butler Kev. there two candidates
;, ( Lang were business visitors to Jacksonville Monday.W. vacation at Tarpon were Egg Advice By
O. Brooks of Providence absent on a I Everett to
,; f j Wednesday. attended bachelor's hall at | Burney proving
:Springs, is keeping
i church here Sunday. / I ccssful candidate takes this
r Furmun Stokes, of Jacksonville, the parsonage and thus fur is reported 1 ity of thanking the Department of Agriculture
I I You can trade your Liberty spent the week-end with his parents a success at the business-when his election and promises the

'1 t Bonds for {goods J at Sternberg's Air. and Mrs. N. II. Stokes, returning own cooking don't suit him he fulls Lawtey the best service --

h I'i ; to Jacksonville Monday.J. back on his parishoners. I power to render as marshal. Those That Will Spoii'Because They Are
i - have again been arranged -
services
L. Brown nod daughter Miss Carrie Union Charles Shepard returned
.t tr ,,# '. I I CROSBY L\liF.. 'I Belle attended the fair ,at Gaines- between the two Methodist week from South Carolina, Of The Infertile Variety
-- 24th. It
j' Nov.
l ville Friday.Cameron] churches for Sunday, has been employed with the
c 1l! 'I Crosby Lake, Nov. 22.: -The people Fralick of Providence being the last Sunday the Kev. G. W. logical Survey. .
It. hero are getting ready to grind cane before ho
will visit Lnwtey
Henderson
here Max of lIi
tI passed through last week.J. Wimberly,

., f >; nnd II.dig M. potatoes.McKue spent Sunday with his: S. Brown recently shipped two carloads goes morning to his service annual wil! Ibo conference.held in GraceM. The 1 Sunday in Lawtey with
I
of hogs to the Jacksonville Cat- J. W. Byrd, of Clay Hill,
family here. lIen.
1 tle Co., making his third this E. church at 10:30 and Rev. I ing friends in Lawtey
S Mrs. Walter Underhill! spent Friday cor sea derson will preach the sermon. The
James
I Good fellow
$ with Mrs. W. D. McRae. I son. will be in the Methodist 'b ,
t J W. 1). McKee and family left Saturday If. S. Miller made a business trip to evening church sermon South at 7 o'clock and week from the north. T'e'B_ _ _
few
.1' Lake Butler with his
Friday.J. a days family
I I
for where will visit ;
: Tampa they Evenden will preach.
I relatives. i M. Mann, of Lake Butler, made a Hev. Alfred conduct their to South Florida in the '
I
I professional visit here last week. Both churches will commissionhouse which he I Ii
Miss Louise McRae returned to Rnndnv: schools as usual. These services .
Gforire: Shallnr. of Providence., WAR i Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Jacksonville Sunday, after recovering -- un u --- lnlf.eto interesting 'I
.1 i I be especially
>r
I it( in this community recently.: week for Wymuuma, where I
I'' from intiuenza. I Is Invited
1 in general -
S Miss Kathleen Underbill was visit'i 1 f C., D. Gunn: of Starke, was in this to and attend.the public Flowers for pulpit "p"n.1 1 several weeks with I j j1.

t ing !Miss l.ouisu McRau Sautrday.Stump's community last: week vaccinating hogs decoration will be greatly appreciated :M. L. Loadholtg came '
Jacksonville
for J. L. Brown. where he is !
--- - - --
i: N. II. Stokes made II business trip especially for the morning servicein a meat market and spent i
4 i Store i is' loaded with to Pukes Thursday.I Grace church, where Pastor lIen. his family. '

e Bargains. ,I O. V. Brooks of Providence attcndod derson is to preach hU farewell ser between Knoi-h: J. Roberts visited
musical dialogue
The special -
._ . ,. .:.. ,; church here Sunday. mon. entitled "What in Baldwin Sunday. I I IUev.
S ) - -- - -- -1-..________ choir and 1 pulpit L. C. Kutch, of |
I % i % ournlG1oN: Did Jesus Say," will be rendered at themorning ,
th See all colors of Serge at service. a gucBt Sunday at the ;
and Mrs. G. L. Futch.Kalph '
,, Worthington Nov. 22.:! -Brndy !McI Stump's. !Mrs. J. D. Randall! !! went to Jacksonville Wright, of of Pure-Bred White L.eghornHens, United States PouUry Farm In

J...od. ono of the progressive farmers I Monday to attend a conference of In Lawtey Sunday and spent Maryland.
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, t of this section left for food administrators and foodI
Plant
Saturday
S k u.\lnlHn county ', with his parents Kev. and \ I Sam urges the saving of $15- ,should save egs: by produi nsr 'or food
City. I conservation committees called by Mr.
I :
7, Wright. I In eggs nnd thus help out my I and mnrkctllonly" Infertll" <..gss: Til
f !Mr. and !Mrs. It. W. McLood and Hencham, state food! administrator. I Jack Allen of '
Kui ford. Nov. 22.-Mr. Wilson ofi I France That is l the that dally the ''" k :a the
t. 4 daughter, Annie, accompanied by Prof. I IVllIon.jasl'n I I Frank Green the adopted, son of !Mr. tit the homo of his cousin, sum development of <
S C. B. Hayes, wore nniong the visitors \ Co., of Jacksonville i'1 I and Mrs. Charles Dmkins who was so Sunday. i I lIy waited: every year by I egg Is pictured In com pa i r.-
t to White Springs Sunday. vas in town on business) Thursday and seriously\\ with Spanish influenza Frank Green returned to hi S away eggs that have not kept almost unchanged enfl'iit'n >' 'nf In-

t Mr. Fowler of Ilrooker, was: in our while I 3rc wag the guest' of A. D. An.. I I has now fully recovered and returnedto the shipyards in : because (they are of the fertile fertile egg. The hatching i f -bred

1.1 z : town Wednesday! night d rews. Jacksonville to take up his work at week, having fully : i chicks is Been In the sain.
I Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Williams were C. E. Stevenson, of Jacksonvillewas: the shipyard. United States "r '"'hlc*
in severe case of influenza and i government mo An Illustration of the 10 ">
town business
( : among the business: visitors to Lake Col.: A.on 7. Adkins. Thursday.of Stark in birthday dinner wax given last la. lie was confined to his to be pxhlbitrj! at the'i '' ens Uncle Sum produce .tt ''I. l3of'
I : Butter Saturday. was Friday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. .
over a month.A i State Fair and In farm In M l ''l Exposition
town business ernment poultry ,
I FrpJ lla/.cn anil Dr. Russell were on Thursday afternoon. Chas. Dinkins-it was in honor of Mr.linkins .. ,.
4 visitors to our burg Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Raiford have returned who came of age that day. He j I !Mrs. daughter was born to November 27 to Docem- ;i iI Is to be Been! In the ncrom," < "" SJturn. *"

Messrs. Inman Harrison, Dennis home from Lake Park Ga., did not Hay what age, anil, the delighted ! C.Leroy Gunter of Nov. 11th.J. I{ will show how infertile eggs will ThIs'Is a flock ."I'' .,ir.brod
Lakeland
pt (t S Roberts and Misses Elsie Harrison and whom Mrs.I Kaifonl has been spending, guests almost too full (of good tor to Lawtey Perry, when fertile eggs! will not, White Leghorn hens iiroiiii'' .- nfrr-

1' !Murgnrrt.. ._ Parks_ _motored over to LakejiuiiiT n few months with her sister, Miss j eats) for utterance, decided that the'I '!\ Brown Sunday.fur.us came over i farmers and chicken fanciers tile S.th8 kind! that will! r -poll
S 1> .1. 'r..L. LL Lucy IVrrv. -
r, i uummy nignc.Dr. Mrs. supreme joy of the occasion and the sonville and spent Sunday nt ;;"'
,
J. F. White
( foot inudi* returned to Luwtey of
a re professional excitement the news victory overseas of his I ,
Dr. and : I'lheJo'lorlda..8tate'
call over" to Itrooker Wednesday. after spending the week with her : caused him to forget to tell his Brown. parents, OF U. S. .rall\fRoapr' B. K. Hannfoni'i.

Miss Allif Andrews, of Lake Butler, daughter. Mrs. W. 11. Andrews.B. age. Fair Man .n "
I was the guest of Elsie Harrison this: I. Taylor of Jacksonville, was in Mrs. Elizabeth Howe returned from !Mrs. J. E. Brown and extremely anxious{ that all i I'" _'r<, .'ijt

week. town for the day Sunday. her residence at Kingsley/ lake Sunday Flora, returned from COME TO FLORIDATO farmers ot Florida Khali be nt nt

t !Mr. Gray. of Gainesville, was in our Prof. Lex. Green, of Starke, was in There* will be a thanksgiving! service week where they have been this Congress-and profit by 'I.. KC*
town town Sunday afternoon.Mr. several 1 weeks with l\lrs.' I of the'
church
( Wednesday.Messrs. held in Grace M. E. at 10 mulaled wisdom of the nirmlr r-
l Dennis Roberts Inman Harrison and Mrs. Ed. Roberts of o'clock on the morning of Thanksgiving Louis. HOLD CONGRESS Congress

accompanied l hy Misses Elsie Alaska, with their sister, Mrs. NOmf"j day. due notice of which will be ,
Sale-
1 Harrison, Margaret Parks and Allie Roberts were in town Monday. given on the church 'notice board .on Special on Speakers Of Prominence.
I I Andrews motored to Gainesville: Wed- Gov. Catts, Hon. Ernest Amos and the main street. at Speakers of national prominence art
nesday to attend the Attorney General Van of Stump's.UGH Organization To Hold Ses
fair. Swearingen/ Mrs. J. D. Randall Is expected home to be invited to attend the F'lrmers'National
I II Kirkland Lamb, a prominent young Tallahassee, made: a visit out to the from Daytona today, where she has In Jacksonville, December ttu"f Ilrt**
c man of this place who has held a position State Farm Saturday afternoon returning been to attend an important conference CALOMEL ( 3, 4, 5 and 0 Congress, among mon
I with the" citrus canker board, Sunday night./ While there on food conservation. for Invitation Including the Go' and

ii was visiting his: mother last week. lie the governor delivered an address to Mrs. Grady, representing the Worn YOU DEATHLY of all the States of the Southeast,

left for Gainesville where he will he the: prisoners in his usual impressiveway. an's Christian Temperance Union Farmers' National Co'nsrees:. to Governor 'Whitman of New York :

SI .. sent to the training camp. came over last week from Jacksonvilleand in Jacksonville December-, Brumbaugh, of Pennsylvania the
S Wesley Williams and sister, Ida accompanied W. I. Roberts, of Jacksonville came reorganized the W. C. T. U. at Stop Using Dangerous 6, during the time the Flor Chief Executives of Indiana Ohio and>

S by G. A. Epperson, were out for a visit to his family Sunday. Lawtey. New members were obtained Before It Salivates Fair and Exposition will be Maryland; Oscar Strauss, s.Pre"

t I 4 visitors to l.akp Putler Tuesday J. II. Ritch of Jacksonville, came and officers elected as follows: It's Horrible. forth In the same city, will ident Theodore Roosevelt. Senator

Miss Annie McLeod was the guestS homo for the week-end on a visit to President, Mrs. T. J. Moore. this State representative farm. Fletcher Senator '('rammeJSpcre 1
S Mrs. J. F. Williams Saturday after- his family Vice-President! A. II. Harley. S. Hoiwton..
Oliver Hayes and charming brideS spent the day with his father, A. D. Moore and believe you need vile, aU sections of the United James H. Preston. Mayor

were visitors hero Saturday. Andrews. Sunday. Meetings will be held the first Friday caomel; to start your liver more; Miss Jeannett RankIn' yonD"1::
S C. Harrison: made business! trip to :Mrs. AMiie Kpps: and children of of every month. The outlook Is your bowels. Pioneer Agricultural Body. 'member of Congress' from M |'

I Gainesville I"ridllYlnd attended, the Jacksonville are spending; a few days much more promising that for some Here's Farmers' National Congress ex-President William H. Ti'1". '
!;
S fair while hero with her T. :.. my guarantee r \ er,
there. i I IF father B. Handley. L I fl1... for In 1881, to voice by res Barrett. Director General O
!\1 A. D. DubuHC, who has been conductor Mr- S.' Ha-idley.( of :Mayo, who has afternoon having finally closed that druggist a 60 cent bottle the wishes of the farmers of lean Union; John Temple GI' ,
I ((4 on the local freight, has been been on a \ Nit to her father-in-law popular resort for the winter. Mrs. I son's Liver Tone and take a John Hamilton I
Sf b transferred to Perry branch antI will return.IMP.! la t week" Howe is now at the home of her tonight. If it doesn't start 1 on all matters vitally af. gressman I P. 011-1

I I live nt P..rry.f..ssn. Kev !I. !I., .v "r LaUc Butler, filled daughter, Mrs. A. A. Smith and wilt and straighten you right 1 their Interests. The Congress, W. Perkins Harvard, of New York; ,

S !\ I:. I P. Taylor J. -T. Cox Bril- hU ropulir! ." '" flu' t here at the div,cliher time this winter between than calomel and without meets annually, this year for ter; of UnIYf'rs"Y'"oods. ,

k I Irs Hires 1'11,1lla1lcl1s Vnrborouph left Methodist clitn h 0.: ""i-lay. La.t"v and Gainesville where sho also ! making! you sick I want 1 time In the Southeast. Is com \, of the Mxryl.ind Ar ,1"1 ot

4. Monday for a fishing trip at Koiky: : hn relatives. buck to the stjre and get ;, delegates appointed by thei College; P. P. G arner. Con v ...

,. : Cri-ck., iryi7: tokngfor) bar- Mi I *. Chas. Hess, after spending I i of the respective States or Agriculture, MtsstssIrM! : .1 *:
jry '
\ Mrs. Cnrrfont. of Gcorjr'n, Is visitirfjg nalns: in frst; c'ass merchan a coupe' of weeks in Jacksonville! is I Take calomel! today and ted by the State Board ol Ag- Cbmmlsloner! of Agrlcul',''- -at? 4
her won Geo. Carrfoot. expect> t id I to return in the near t'uturo. 1 or a vice president of the MS; Wesley Webb. of Pof.gufflclcnt ,
S. \V. Dul'O an.? family, accompanied dise go Sternbsrtj's.! The local electIon held J\onay,: ro- you will feel weak and sick {, agricultural lead1 ! prominence! i tr' -7
They are
S
: by J. F. Williams and wife, motored suited in all tho city fTtdaU, being reelected st-ttteJ Don't lOll a day's ,1 I : States. When such list of speakers won worn :!I!(
.5 5 over.to Ft. Wliih- SinIay.t Th y without opposition except the a spoonful of harmless, home \- \Jllla
I.A abor
WTF.YJ.nwtf.'Y the"
In addition to
assembles for discussion of the "
non's Liver Tone &0
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t,. l The Quinine That Docs Not Affect The HeadIWatn < Nov. :22!: .- Irs. E. I n. Sayles Knit Sweaters and Caps-'feeling great. It's perfoc'iy ,,' most nearly concern them the don Central of all the andl allied nth rouJitrl.Am** '.II
Interests
t 55 of Its toniC "n I : bRO. () Qut.MNB ITMbl..1 ran Iw takimt the kind the babies! cry for at [ be> appreciated that such dis Publics will! be invited to th"
time.
where she l is It can't
StJI
friends
visiting
Before salivate
t>y anyuna wlrhuut' enuxinil( nMrvoumieMnr rliiiiinii : so the Florida
.. la the lieud. K.W.GKOVC; S MSiisture en lux. !3 Henc, Secretary and Cen- Fair.I .



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