Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 6, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04684
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VISITATION-LAST FRIUVA ; jr Our Boys, Over Here & Over ThereClarence Expense: and Refunds- to KciiiHtutcdMen 'I iSTJ\RKE TO HAVE 1

;Make =.Nice Bill
No. 63 Circled About Town to the J
Great Pleasure of Spectators ;
Starke has its first visitation from Ritch of the U. S. Navy, Mr. and !Mrs J. B. Thomas of special' session, called. by Gov; Cntts
was in town Monday visiting his Brooker, have received, a letter from has saved the state
Five any remains -
an aeroplane last Friday. planesreturning Mr. J. II. Ritch. their son, Private Keddick B. Thomas money
from Jacksonville to the aviation brother to be seen That it has cost the
field at Arcadia passed in full Clarenco Ritch, of Charleston, is dated Nov. 12th, from Somewhere in state about $12,000 for the 12 days it IN NEAR FUTUREWELL J

view of the town. Three of them spending a five-day leave of absence France. lie says he is well and getting has been in session is well known. ,
with relatives at Raiford. along fine, gets plenty of wine ,
passed several miles east of town and J That is the usual and ordinary run i
Tate Denmark, of Raiford recently and beer to drink and 170
tiinrf That the r
expenses. must
but the last two
GHTEEN PER CENT OF THE at passed a high immediately: altitude over town and discharged from the army, was a visitor pounds, und hopes to be home some- also )pay more than $11.000( because of KNOWN'-aUSINESS "

LEFT ON HAND were flying low. The aviator in chargeof to Starke Wednesday. time in the year 191'J.D. removals from office. by Gov.; Catts MAN HEADS ENTERPRISEIVCTORV '
OND No. 63 much Sheppard Moore spent! a five days' Ritch Green one of Starke's well which woe not sustained by the senate
us appreciated
gave a very
exhibition, circling around the leave of absence at his home in Rai- known young men, reached home Mon- and for which in consequence the 1/11
31-.NCIL SEEMS TO HAVE GOT town just above the house tops. He I ford last week, returning Charleston day, having been discharged from fur. state has baa to pay twice develop, l RILL IH4: IMPORTANT W

FULL VALUE FOR EVERY passed over and back again two or Monday. ther service in the army. Private Friday night when the relief bill for FACTOR TO IiO'fll'tOWN
Eldon Baxter, who has been sta- Green; did not overseas, but he "
SPENTThe three times and particular attention !go came A. I.Iess..r! removed as hotel commissioner AND COUNTYThe
to the high: school. An intermis I tioned at Camp Gordon, arrived at his I in a shave of having a trip to France.On July 18, 1917, had to be }
fowling home, Brooker, Tuesday, with an honorable Friday, preceding the signing: of aid This makes, the total of relief -
sion gvien
Telegraph has the pleasure this was by discharge from the army. the armistice(', he sailed from Newport bills. because of various Quigley Broom Company in anew
the uncalled for
the student body enjoyed exhibition -
ok of Riving publicity to a condens- and much.It I' Wilmot Brown, one of Lawtey's pop. News Va., with his regiment and acts of the governor us follows: enterprise! that will begin business .
statement of the receipts and ex- very ular soldier boys, has doffed his uniform was three days on the way to the battlefield A. L, !Messer, hotel commissioner in Stnrke in about two weeks. The ,
is hoped that No. 63 will come
Inditures on account of which the street wastpleted this way again. I and is again a private citizen, when the troop ship was ordered _._ ___ _________$ 3i57.00( chief the manufacture business' of the of brooms company will bo Ii,
back but the
and sewer system received honorable to
discharge News
ung When the air plane mail service is having a Newport on accountof !Marcus Endel;: pure food in.I .
months It has manufacture of broom un.1| hoe han "
some ago. from the service.QuartermaslRr. the ending! of the war. I __ _ ___ ___ _ .
huired some time to consolidate all inaugurated from New York to Tampa I Sergeant G. D. The Woodlawn Park community was j C.spector B. McKmnon ___$ 2,2(57.00( .files\ will also lio carried on. At the .
will foodinspector
i Jacksonville passing planes ,
and get them pure beginning/ about six will be
le items of expenditure : likely be a common Bight here as Knapp, of Kelly's Field San Aanton- saddened last week when news was ______ ________$ 2.2H7.00: persons
tier, their headings and this io Texas friends in the received that regularly( employed in tho factory,
proper of direct ', was visiting Arthur Butler, one of J. II. Patterson Duval
Starke is the line ,
counts, in a measure for the delay on a course Miller section several days of last our brave soldiers, had been lost whileon commissioner which will be located nt the old, IlIlIn- A t
the between these two cities. __ ____ _______ _$ l,8f.80( dry building near the ice
report.The plant.
I publishing S week. his way over there. lie is u son' Sheriff Coleman
report does not go into details Sergeant Elbert Grills, who has of !Mr. and, Mrs N. Butler and Sumter :Mr. J. T. Quigley will be at the hand
spent __ __
LAKE BUTLER county ________ ___$ 1,000.00
thousand of this
It it is known that several been stationed at Camp Sevier, S. C., his boyhood, days here He moved, with I new enterprise, which insures
J'more\ of paving and over a mile has received his discharge from the his parents last winter to Jacksonville its MUt'I'I'SS11': Omirlnv firtrnnlvtul At I'
t>re of sewers than were covered by 1 Lake Butler, Dec. .-Rev. S. S. '' army and is spending a few days with nnd enlisted in the army u short while So\cnil Total h------------------$11,059.00.., I till Quigley Lumber & Supply) Company ; I i l\\I
estimates were secured for Proctor filled his regular appointment Gov.: one of Staike's solid business 1
original | his parents Mr. and !Mrs. J. W. Grif- later He leaves to mourn his untimely <
out of the bond money. In 1 at the State Farm Sunday, returning of section death C'atts to n turn because of the bills, lI1'4titutinnM. niiil. was its manager: un !
< town fis the Evergreen before returning n father, mother, two brothers which all 1'i
the shows that home Sunday afternoon. agreed had to be paid how- til he Hold his interest in :
dition to this report I to Jacksonville where he has : and one sister of Jacksonville, n "This July lust to ,
I the paving and sewer Percy Elizabeth Williams entertained ever. hill is just and we must volunteer. Ins services in the
is in n position with the Atlantic National sister, Mrs.' J, S. ;Mathis, of Wood- army. oit
Iml* u total of $7(574.24( or a little her friends. at her home Monday nf- | Bank. : lawn. pay it, said I Rep Scruggs' of Leon Some delay occurred in hit alignment ..fl'to

Itter than 18 per cent of the bond is- ternoon, it being her, birthday.: Those ; ._ I I "Hut I am forced. to wo.dcr whenthey duty but just about) the time of tins ,
will ,
Ie 'J' 34:2,000! and a fraction better present spent an enJoyahle alternoon. I cease ;iiml; we con rmiunrnf' 0 signing of the armistice he was offered

I:in id per cent of the total amount Charlie Savage spent' Sunday with II I CLUB BOYS OFF TO RAINES- I DEATH or' )m S. 1'\'JoI.Y: : BEN.N which Ing away money of the;"I people; for; a c-aptain'H commhujon: in the 11
money raised from all sources. his family. I VILLE : ETTMrs. : they have had no scivice. engineer. corps" of the forestry division. 4)
This i iio certainly not a bad showingli B. W. S. Ware visited friends and Rep] Edge; of Lake, also criticisedthe The war being over he decided to decline -

thi town council and is In very relatives Saturday. j I Six of the seven boys who won I : Evelyn Bennett, a former well governor for lulls he had forcedon the appointment and return topmate .
king. contrast to the reports that Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maine. Mr. andMrs. scholarships at the recent club contests known resident of Staike, died early the people by his unwise and utiiiiHt )business pursuits. .,
other : Henry Fowler, !Mrs G. W. Alderman acts. In the cases of 1'lId.1fc'Kinnon ; and
re sometimes heard from towns I left Monday for Gainesville to Thursday morning, December 5th, at This new enterprise is likely toProvo
..1 l -untie regarding the handling and :Mrs. J. W. Townsend and attend the short course in agriculture! Miami where she has lived for the :the\ the governor, in a letter to a very valuable addition. tcStinke ,> !oj

public money. children visited Jacksonville on last I at the University of Florida. Tho past few years with her daughter, senate, admitted that the men because it will make n market '
si Puling the sale of the bonds, the Thursday. I IDr. course lasts for a week Mrs. A. A. Jones Mrs. Bennett sustained were removed without cause andurged I for nil I the broom corn that farmers of ,.1:
Ittinc ". f the contracts and the comlition and Mrs J. M. :Mann attendedthe i i County Agent C. D. Gunn took the u stroke of paralysis about 7 their reinstatement. (I this sect Ion will produce. If there is .( '
work the council was state fair last week. I I' Though the constitution says such i'i'In
Jf the / over-tuipply for the factory here,
young agriculturists over by nutomo- months and never recovered. r.1
ago fully
Imposed, of J. W. White. Dr. John C. A, C. Strickland took in the fair in I I (bile and saw that they were plcasnnt.10cnte.1 The body was brought to Starke lulls must ho paid there were! seven'voles !' .\1 r. Quigley will do a brokerage business

ilK i ,V. Andrews, Jr., S. A. Bryan Jacksonville'' Thursday.. ly for their stay nt the Unl- Friday and,,I interred( in' Crosby cemetery. against the MeMser hill last night I anil make shipments to other lit
nl,I E :Matthews Whatever praise C. L. Varnos left Monday for South ;'!| \ersity The boys in the party were A huge number.. of friends and of members who could, not brini1them 'I manufacturers. The demand, for first-
Florida where he has ''el\es' to vote for, services'for ,
of the town accepted n position
Tit "m the citizens money lust broom to be. ul1limituntl
j Albeit rims; Ben Roebuck, George relatives met the train and < r ore> seems -
u, '. rt"er, after knowing the facts with th" Osceola Lumber Co I IG..orge ', Connelly, Harry Canova, Reuben Shaw; I the body. to the cemetery.accompanied which tho state got nothing, even ell, the prices for several years !
these Dekle Faircloth is home this : though the act the fault of the' r
fere gi en, may be handed to j', and Albert :Shaw.THE : Rev I I.. W. Kickliter, a life-long was 'pa"t: have been very attractive In ..
frntlimen. week I' ---.- -- friend and acquaintance of the deceased governor.: I a hoi it three months 1 lie hopes to have I
| li( indented report furnished the Severn! boys who are serving Uncle VOYAGE OF PRESIDENT; conducted. the funeral 1 Sheriff Coleman, of Sumter ('ounlY'1 his tinning lathes) installed, and will n
're- )
is fol- Sam visiting friends und relatives has not had time to figure
for publication as were f
telegraph then be in to and 1
I WII.SO mony. The pallbearcrh.. were K.: 1'. Matthews bill and position buy miiple
town not in
in Sunday. may put it until, the
l\\8 from farmers who have those
G; C. Livingston J. W. rum( _.[.1 i
Street Paving Sam Singer and family visited relatives | Morgan regular session, but it will have to bopaid.
,rillinnl, bond n$16OOO.00 in Gainesville Sunday I j j ( By Lulla R. Chace) N. D. Wainwright, J. I"". Kickliter, A. .. woods Mr. on Quigley their farms expects to start his 'lit;''
O. Andrea :
bonds ___ __ 1,179.73 Maggie: Dekle visited relatives in Come friends .
Jremmm on n loyal forget your care, plant to operating in about two weeks.
fciiil in by property owners, Jacksonville last week and while there And join me in an evening prayer, The deceased. was horn at Clay Hill HONOR ROLL BRADFORII COUNTY He Is busy now remodeling; the building .J'
2.3 of paving ___ _______- 7,785.76 took in the fair. For one our nation holds most dear, near Highland April 31st 18(>3. She IIIGII SCHOOL I anti setting the machinery
jnprovement bonds, covered Mr. Frank Rivers, who has been attending Our President.Our moved to Starke with her parents up j

[ by paving certificates for the state fair in Jacksonville prayer must float upon the deep, when about ten years of age and lived First Grade-Lois Colley, Ruth I The Red Cross Christmas Roll Call, So i:

property owners' share __ 18000.00 in the interest of the Bradford coun- Where at this hour he lays asleep, here until a few years ago when she Sternberg, William Harvard, Joseph n...... lli-'JJ.: : Enroll now. The Red Cross .\
from set- ty exhibit, has returned home and is went to Miami to live) with her daugh
mount deducted While tiny stars their vigil keep, Poppell, Long, Julia will need for month
| tlement with J. B. McCra- lending a helping hand toward mak- Above our President. ter. She is survived by a son and two Estelle: Kendrick, Willie .. cllnovlI'l your help. to come \JI1-I i iBAI''rIS'r

ry Co. for failure to complete ing the Bradford County Fair a suc- The moonbeams make a pathway daughters Jacob J. Johns, of Starke, rill McMillan, Paul Knight Doris.
\ paving in time speci- bright. Mrs. A, A. Jones, of Miami, and Mrs.II. Pope. CHURCH NOTES: (

I fled by contract ?_______ 1,226.17 cess.Leslie Futch of Hampton, is' stop To guide the ship when falls the night, L. Overstreet, of Kissimmee. Other Second Grade: -William Fenske.
ping with his grandparents\ and relatives l surviving Mrs. Bennettare The brethren have planned for an
We know his mission is just and right, near Third Grade-Eh/abeth Andrews, M10i
.Total receipts ____ __44191.66 \Mrs George Alderman, and Is attending Our President her sister Mrs. J. W Andrews and, Carlylo Ritch, Elise: Jones Evelyn every member canvass for state mis-
totalost of paving n$42,995.30'Balan school' here. Let's pray that God's unfailing hand her brother, Mr. S. J. Prescott Pope. Hionx, the final rounding up to be atthe ,

--- Edith Croft entered school Monday Shall lead him to that foreign land Fourth Grade Sammy Sternberg., I church Run.lnylo'ml..r\) 22nd.The ;ro,,

t.' on hand in paving and is pleasantly located with Mr. and Where for the right he'll make a stand, I :\\LLER STR.;\\ BERRY: ACREAGE :- Seventh; Grade--Elizabeth; Brownleo campaign was launched last to

fund . -- ___ _____$ 1.196V1G: \Mrs George Alderman. I Our President : IN FLORID \ Isabel Fernandez, Iris Epperson: Vivi-i Sunday., Let everyone. do his or her .
Dickson Moore has returned to his )best for state missions in the next
'wt'TYhtl.'m: He rides the ocean's lette Floyd l I.olli"oldf'wa Nellie
i... .', ' *.,,' 100.00li ) of duty, after several' days visiting upon wave two weeksV hope to have, i Dr. S. II. (
t. post Whose depths have proved the only With reference to the Florida Mott, I'ulllce'I.rkin'; \ !, Jessie Mae Bais- [
1M17JTcce :: with friends. I \,, Rogers: with us in the /linal wind up. t
L grave strawberiy situation for the coming!i den Comer Long, Daisy Moore. i
, d from property own- I Mr. and !Mrs. C. L. Vnrnes and family Of many hearts so true and brave, sea iin" the Bureau: of Crop Estimntesl Eighth: Guide-Ethel: : Grillm, Bar Me Is our Htiite mission secretary for j t

"r" -tew""i laterals___ i 109.76 of Sumner, visited Rev. S. S. Proctor '' Our \President. sayunder date of November 22nd: ) I.nra1001'1': :Margaret: Long, Kate Florida. ,
and family Saturday and! Sunday.i HID tasks have seemed like mountains that in the Northern district including Young, Allen\ Kcjnoldi, Audrey Johns. There will be the usual services next ,1!

T n'' 'cei J1tS _ .__ .$28,027. Arch Proctor visited Sapp Tuesday. I I tall, Stnrki', T.awtl'yan,1 adjoining sta-1 Twelfth GrnI'I"I'I'lIcllIlthews" : Sunday morning and evening to which I,
tutu i .,.f sewers - -___ __:H,54 .!J & Frit Townsend visited' homefolks \ nd yet he has accomplished all. tions in Bradford (county I the past Emma Powell, John Powell. the public Is cordially invited!
Sunday. for strawberries .: __ I W. G:. .LAW, 11
:Not; one omitted however small. seiiMit" was ns -
B'I! i. hand in :ewer Mrs.': Stevens' is able to he out again Our President.' whole very successful., Berries were C.'tiOI'tiIWIS: I::: ; (; S'lOdv; __.__ Tastor.
"in ___ _______$ 6,478.09Recapitulation after a few weeks' illness.' For war has filled the land with strife, nf Tin flavor with the best carrying!!' :i] \II1.1.I7u
:Mike Klondes is visitor to the fair I CKOIMiK: : : : IH'UVEIII-O: : :; ;
a nnd the '
I And pierced our hearts like n knife, qualit" in years yield averaged I E.: E.: C'HIIOVU, who n conducting the
Pota1eceipts' from all this week. And taken many a brave young life ,") crates' with many fields yield- store formeily! owned. by W. 17.! Brooks ft
souls'- _._ _ ____ _$72215.9otnl Marcus Dekle spent the week-end l By shot' and shell. tosuit "; Ninth and, Walnut streets is, The friends of George' Miller will ha
expenditures u__ ._ Bt,54t.2l{ with his parents nt Five Mile. i lie seeks n peace for all mankind. it', this it was expected that the I,i enlarging corner his. stock of goods by adding, Kind I I to know he has recovered, nufflclently .
-=-. Dewey Dukes of Five :Mile, was in And what hI' seeks, pray he may find Here"me for the coming season would a full line of hardware. After I to return to his horne at :Miller. -

Balai"cc' cash on hand in town !Monday Where love and truth will be combined be ii uhled. However, the supply of I Ithe holidays line of shoes and. clothing It will ,be. remembered that he tl.ffl 1i

improvement funds. _ __ _$ 7,671.41; D. W. Borum has moved his cars to By our President.So nlant- for runners was limited and the,'; will be put a in making a very com-- i I was f seized with nu attack of influenza, t
- --- White Springs followed by, pneumonia which he coni -
| let us pray that God Above dry weather of June and| July caused1 plate stork Mr. Canovn is carrying 11
FUNEIML:' OF FRANK; TILL IS The Woman's :Missionary Society I i traded, lit the University of Florida, '
hall fill tnc-h human heart with love, heavy loss of plants. It was impos- line of thin i!
large groceries making
The "unernl of Frank Tillis will be met at the home of !Mrs. Joe Hill Willliams. I Which equals that of'saints above, sibli' to secure a supply from outside ,I a line his specialty. He is {' Gainesville; the litt J week In September ; '}'J
reached, atIt.: Sinai the third Sun- '. Miss Marshall Proctor prcnid1ed I And save our President. !sour s and as a result the acreage I' running , After being dangerously ill for ; '
his on'the
lay ">f thaw month at 2:30.: Everybody I at the piano and :Mrs. A, C Strick-I' is far,, under that of last year. A few'I I store cash system closer! alto-i four weeks nt hm home he was taken {
mitei'' to be of hail rendered a solo "Holy Night." 'ross Christmas gether. thl'rl.ltylHlking' a price to Riverside Hospital where he was! 0 1"
present. By request The .. Roll Call, plant are still being! set, hut it is not to his customers. I tj
he family. j The subject for discussion was:' China. I I there operated on some five weeks aKO jt
fll" '. JIi.'!:'. Enroll now. The Red Cross' behc'd for the entire section I I
--.-- We are glad to note that the infant -- -.--
will need for months will! le over 200!) acres for this year,
your help to come '
O0l| CONSERVATION 1)ISCl1SS! I of :Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard is rapidly im- ('nml'r" with :350 acres last year :MASONIC: LECTION I : : WOHTIIJ'tifTOS.: : t

KlT THE IIIGII SCHOOL proving.Mrs. tlvi'x in Jacksonville and l.fiOO:!) acres the year before. In I I
| : Jesse Goodman At the regular ,' of the Masonic :
meeting i
is well again, Miss' Margaret Laurey is visiting th' I ant! City section, Hlllsborough I : Worthmpton, Dec BI.-Ed: : Reaves, '
W'rli! food problems were discuss- I i after several days of sickness. I friends in town this week count t', the acreage last year showed lodge held Monday evening the ,i who has been in Jacksonville for the
fl.1 F'. day morning at the opening. exrcisc J S. Howard visited town Satur- W. J. Epperson: and W. W. Balsden, n can-ulerabin' reduction but not near- 'i I following officers were elected for theI past few weeks, returned I home a few .
.. "r the Bradford County High I I dav. : in Bradford I I I year lilll): 1 dove ,
Iv" great county
I of !Stnrke, were in town Tuesday afternoon !> as ago.Osrnr/
"ho.Prof.. Dowling talked on the !Martin Rimes was in town Friday. I the .11' rouge remaining at between 700''' (i.i M. Kistrunk, W. :M. I Brown, one of our citizens, '

"I'd> .if unservntion\ by all of the peoI' George Williams and Miss Mattie''' The Bradford 1 County Fair in on in and s"0 acres in Hlllsborough county, L. G.: Powell S. W. madi' a business trip to Jncksnnvillo .'l lone
.1 Parn!'h were united in the holy bonds G.: W. Snellgrove, J. W.
'ur country, after which thet'h" II full blast and( much rare halt been taken twt\\ '-n :350 and 400 acres in the ad- day last week. '
last .
matrimony Treasurer
Thursday. The
< nthusinstically' "Ameri- Stump, this
sang to furnish plenty of amusementfor joins' g section of Polk county, at Noah Taylor returned home
a' Mi young couple have the sincere wishes' .1. C. Crews, Secretary.
Crews read Bible selection
a Kathleen other from Jiuksonviltp.\ .
.llklanl and week
those who attend. Bo and < pointer
for sure
a long and life. ,.
run E.. 'MesiastPS, the eleventh chapIT happy N, Sternberg, Senior Deacon
come to the fair this week. Thivear shortage of labor for mak Wesley nail Ida Williams, accumpnnied ,
'fust thy bread upon the waters. RP surp and attend the Bradford :Miss Blanche Ball is visiting her sister 'ing the crop caused a considerablysmall"r Wm. C. Powell, Junior Deacon. byIrR.! Rustic Ware, attended.
for thi u jihnlt find, it after many days." County Fair. : Mrs. Frank Bennett acreage to be planned for and Jesse Thomas, Tyler. I" [, tho caner grinding at the home of T. B.
: Mrs. J-nnings Dupree is the I I.J. '
Miss Steward
guest E.: Wilson Senior
Ethel Griffin read Hoover'stnessaire with IP
weather time Edwards
Mrs. Herbert Bennett visited Mrs. dry at planting Thursday nightMrs.
if :Mrs. Part Stevens this week. :Steward.L. : .
the of the J. W. Andrews, Junior
to people United:
The !Misses Frank Bennett this week. considerable loss of plants cut down J. F. Williams left Saturdayfor
:oodstuflTs tates. The following made: estimate of :Mrs. W. :M.Overstreet Overstreet were Sunday.guestsof Henry Varnes, of Varnesville, visited the acreage still further. The present W. Kickliter,.Chaplain. \Terry, where her husband is at {
has been until the I
is not much onethirdof work.J. .
I Elrcv Londholtz has purchased the town Tuesday. acreage over
ext harvest
: Estelle l la-t and when EVELYN STRICKLAND I It Mott made business trip to
Wheat restaurant from !.eonal Wells and is Rosenberg has returned to years plantings: are n '
and rye, sufficient supplieswith serving the people in first class her home after a pleasant visit with completed will hardly reach BO percent I Duke Saturday morning.
economy In consumption. High: a manner friends In Gainesville. of last year's total. Plants are The many friends, of Mr. and Mrs. I Wiley Williams was n business visItor

shortage protein> feeds (for dairy animals ), a Dr. P. P. Wilson has been Indisposed :Max Wilson, of Ocala visited his late but in good condition at present. J. Strickland will regret to hear of to Brooker Saturday afternoon.

feeds of about 3,000,000 tons. Othr for several weeks and his parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. P. Wilson With a favorable season a yield not the sudden death of their daughter, Mrs. Lee l Rogers nnd little son, Tate

in sufficient supplies with economy and friends regret to know he is sufferingand many Sunday.Mrs. much below that of last year Is pos. Evelyn, which occurred. yesterday were In our town Saturday afternoon

'ice, sufficient Beans with, peas I l wish him a speedy recovery. W. II. Bathay and children are sibli from the reduced acreage. morning at their home, 2238 G street. Miss Edith Williams accompanied )

n consumption. Pork products economy dairy :Mrs. D. W. Borum has returned visiting: her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. TUIti'ENTB The body was prepared for burial by by Mrs It .L. Rogers and two children,

>roducts, vegetables: oils a shortage of home from a visit to Elco, Ga. I .1. Dekle. I, NEW: Funeral JHrl'ctorIarcull! Conant, and spent the week-end at her home. f
|bout three billion pounds. Beef suf- :Mrs. J. Alderman has moved to I Eastern Star Elects Officers accompanied by relatives was forwarded :Miss Katie Robert iid brother Ben
:cient supplies to load all refrigerator Jacksonville and we regret very much > The Order of the Eastern Star met R S. Humphrey, of Starkp, and R. at 3:20: o'clock yesterday afternoon aceompanTwI by two or their relatives '

hips' capacity. Sugar: sufficient her going: away from among us, but I in regular session Monday. The elec 11. -smith of Hawthorne, under the to Starke for tnterment'-I attended church at Old 1 Bradford\ Sunday
Applies for our normal consumption if wish her success! wherever she may "'">. tion of officers made up the main feaT firm name of R. S Humphrey, & Co., Times-Union, ,
',ther nations retain their :Mrs. Alderman has! been a successful ture of the business session, the fol hall bought/: out the! turpentine farmof -
hort rations. A shortage: if they present in- feather in the Lake Butler High lowing being elected for the ensuing II S. Warren, of Clnyno, and in ad. MEAT THIEF: TOOK BEST CUTS : T Dowling and family. of Raiford,
term were the pleasant callers at the home
Increase their School for several terms! : diti' have bought the I
Coffee, a surplus Walter Cobb has returned from I Worthy :Matron Mrs. Ada Stewart. right-i on 7,770 acres of land belonging : A thief entered the smoke house of of Mrs. II. J. Roberts Sunday.

Comer Long read a message from Jacksonville and has resumed his studies Worthy Patron !Mr. G. W. Alder to th- Empire Lumber Company. The I Tux Assessor N. D. Wainwright: a few I Wiley Williams and two daughter: ,

Uncle Sam, "Waste not one morsel of In the Lake Butler school man.Mrs. new plant will b.- in charge of C. M.I! I nights ago and helped himself to a :Misses Edith and bin attended churchat
food" Casper Duncan returned to Gainesville Ella Strickland Associate Ma Hun.phrey, a brother of R. S. Hum- supply of meat. !Mr Wainwright had Old Bradford Sunday.J. ; .

Prof. C. E. Pope made a very impresiv Tuesday afternoon. tron.Miss phrcv, and he will begin at once to two aides of bacon, a ham and a shoulder R. !Mott made a business trip to

. address on the subject, "Am I my George Miller of Miller, Is rapidly Marshall Proctor Secretary.Mrs. put iip" six crops of new cups. hanging up In the house. The thief the hone of R. J. Andrews :Monday.
Brothers Keeper improving. Ills many friends are glad : DolHo Epperson Treasury !Mr R. S. Humphrey is) one of the divided the supply, taking a side of afternoon.
This instructive exercise was closed to see him out again. Mrs. Annie Schell most successful turpentine operators bacon and the ham !Mr. Wainwright *.
hy the school singing "The Star Spangled :Mrs. Willard Parker has returned : Conductress. In this section. lie retired from tho feels aggrieved: because the miscreant The Red Cross Christmas Roll Call
Banner." home after a pleasant visit with rela- I treu.Mrs. Jennie Dell, Associate Conduc- business a short while ago, but could, took th:* ham and left him the shoul Dec 18-21.: Enroll now. The Red, Cross twill

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are valuable and seem to be well we found that there is no fire drill be increased to twenty-five hundred $50;; (fifty dollars) I"i r.". .!1 1
cared for. In this part of the groundsis I practised at this institution.On I I dollars ($2,500)) per year in order to a new building he \r', h "'"t

:. the water tower which appears to be further inquiry we found that better enable the state to secure the storing of food suppIn, .' the

/ II Doings at Tallahassee} in good condition.We there were 266 cases of influenza at services of a competent business man and a sanitary >>ak. i u,
.1 next visited the smoke house I this institution, among this number I and director and that an assistant superintendent and that all of the . "'d,

which is a very rudely constructedII were eleven deaths, including one on a salary of fifteen constructed be comp.. .. .,' 'irt'j'
about twenty by thirty feet Wo white matron, rive white boys, and I hundred dollars ($1,500)) per year be reasonable time and ,t i .""
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IliU Fake AdvertUinic 1 consideration of the suspension of J. being about twelve barrels ((60 gals I compares favorably with the mortal- 'I all farming operations, and that suit constructed be built ''I i , *"

' { A feature of the :session was the un- I W. Rast ex-tat collector of Duval, I each) and thirteen barrels ((30 gals I ity table of this Tmmunity. able teachers be employed to train can be made at this m,-t.' .. .'. 'ici
usual occurrence of pulsing' over the until the regular session each), some of which the heads were I On inquiry of J. C. Vickery assistant and educate the boys along the advanced We further rccommcn: :1.!. .
Governors veto the lull pnvsed at tho i The constitution says suspended officers knocked, out, no cover over them and I I superintendent of tht agricultural lines for industrial schools.We stitution i be placed und,, r -"'" 'm-

last session, but vetoed! after adjourn is to i be reinstated if his case is I none there to put over them, and tin I department we learned that this institution ;] recommend that a small hospitalfor vision of a committ'-i'-i. ?.r t t', .p"'

).' ment. This bill was by Jennings of I not acted on at the first meeting of measures sitting around. Upon inquiry I consists of 600 acres of land,: each section, one for white, one informed citizens of t t'i',. .' .,,.\.11
i' r J ,, Ltuvul county providing a penalty for 1 the legislature and Rast's friends will we were told that this the I I about 000 acres under cultivation. :IJ50i for colored, be erected and equippedwith duty shall be to visit .,r c advertising article of merchun- 1 doubtless iiihixt that he demand his | method by which the syrup is removed -I i of which was planted in corn, from emergency instruments and sup 'lit

1 {' t 1 disc, stocks or any other articles in an untruthful 1 commission, he having been reelectedin from the barrels from time to i which the yield is estimated at a.oooI I plies. That the regular pay of the (Continued on KitjQuality -,
or of making false the November election. time as needed. This building is rude- bushels, five acres in cotton, which
(' ), i t 1 claims verbally, in order to veil. In ly constructed and not screened. In I produced one bale not disposed of 18 -- n -
'' vetoing the bill the Governor said he I Emergency Auto License Hill Lost. this room were stored eight sacks of I i acres peanuts stacked but not picked,

t approved the title and intention, but The emergency auto license bill fail meal and grits on the cement floor, I 7 acres Irish potatoes, average yieldof

( I 4 .!' thought section one was of ouch abroad pass the senate. The bill was in reported to be just brought in, and 60 bushels per acre, 18 acres of
business I tender about twelve sacks in the corner| sweet potatoes, yield not stated, but
p cope that legitimate to interpret the act of 1917,
iiI different ruined. The contents of the above enumerated -I represented to be a good yield, about See
( might be hurt. The (House took a basing the tax on horse-power instead I _
( Li 'I the barrels of syrup we have no eight acres in truck, but practically
Y position and passed it over of beating capacity, and was designed I
veto. I to prevent the return of money collected way of knowing but it was reportedto nothing in the truck line growing at These
o4 +1 by the state comptroller's office us to be syrup. Also in this room this time. The live stock consists of

Abolish. Hotel t'onmiisHioner before the court passed on its were four tierces and three half | nineteen mules, four horses, sixty-six Z.Engin

!' hardluck. construction. It to be operative tierces of lard. I cattle, sixty-seven) meat hogs sixteen Features
1 ', The hotel commissioner in in was We next visited the place called the breed y
sows one Duroc boar
until Jan. when the
i 1. act
The senate refused to concur in only new
syp.nF removal of Commissioner A. I passed by the special session goes into bakery. We found four boys making en pigs. No sale of any products from
+ Gov Catts MI- 1F
'bs effect. bread, these boys were untidy, the the farm this year except about $::300I r
I.. Messer. This put Jerry Carter \i '
tables, pans and everything in there worth of brick, all of stock
"f t d of job. Jerry hus been known us thegovernor's I QI 1 ,: ',
dirty, and in unsanitary condi- "
greasy hogs in
and is Senate Kills Green'a. Kill. aro only fair condition but ,
"a 6 t flying squandron Rep 2. E ,
and 1 "
tion not attempted to be screen- |
not much
cows producing milk, all of
e t well known political worker. The house The senate due to investigation of ed. The bread was made off into loavesof farming implements and vehicles ,,nrl In" I
,, ;fs ttl j passed, bill to abolish the whole thing Sen. Igou of Luke county, killed the one pound. each and isucd in capa-I in dilapidated condition and not caredI are fi., I i j

;F 60 to 13.Camp: local bill introduced by Hep. Green of city of 141) loaves per day. I for and fences in a bad condition and Ifd lot'

I Bradford: county, to prevent dumping We next visited the dry goods room. 'roads very bad. Mr. Vickery further 3. SIM"', '
''.i'' Johnston Site to Government; garbage into New river, in Bradford Here we found a large quantity of: stated to this committee that during and ''I,

r" The Legislature iiah.ed. a bill county. The river i is a mere creek; sheeting, both bleached and unbleached this year U.OOO pounds of smoked red dur..',

,' t,9' ,, eying/ to the United :States: ( con-I I and the act was a local bill, which i khaki cloth, many pairs of socks, 1 meat was ordered at one time by the 4. LIRhl.. .,:>.:'
ment the site upon which Camp John .I Hep. Green said affected no one and which appeared to have been there for board df state institutions and received Subbt.u::'i',]I.
ston i s'r created to be used( as a permanent was desired by his people. Sen. Igou I some time and not unpacked. Many here, at which time there was about Assured Fordpr1. i
"1r !1 I army post) and punned anotherbill knew the state prison farm nt Raifurd I pairs of discarded hose and many : 500 pounds dry salt pork on hand, 5. Gun.bjrrcl!

?, bill authorizing tho city of Jacksonville was near the stream and talking with blankets. All of these goods except this meat was stored and the matron Cylinder
b l [(. to acquire through condemnation Comptroller Liming, found the bill blankets looked as if they had been of the colored department repeatedly Bore.
yi !' proceedings other adjacent property would have made it necessary to put stored for a great while. I made requisition for some of this 6.
l'' I to be used for the same purpose i I in a reduction works for the prison We next visited the grocery room. ;, meat and often refused and later this by Fairbanks-Morse standards Comi; ''.. ion

) --- I farm garbage at an expense of sev- We found here a large barrel of Calumet -: meat was found to be spoilt and about this famous "Z"w 7. ,ithBu; ,
Florida Women's College Gets 12000. eral thousand dollars Kep. Green's baking powder, several cases of < 2,000 pounds of same was buried. And throughout '

.,0 Sen. Igou: s bilt appropriating $12,- idea in introducing the bill is not I same unpacked, and many loose cans I that during the time this meat was! Engine, for which 150,000practical Magneto
000 for paving a driveway through I known. apparently 600 or 600 pounds. We also on hand dry salt meat was occasionally 8. M.irr thin
0i' ( the Woman College: I. found here many boxes of soap, wash forwarded to this institution. farmers have paid Rati, i''! Power
the ground at
I Iu"i' Pave Way for Cattle flipping Law I ing powder of wheat I 3and611I'.
\ N passed the house, thus demonstrating cream grape-. In an endeavor to acquaint ourselves -
'! 7? s that advertising pays. One of the Rep. Futch of Alachua put resolution nuts macaroni milk and cream dried,I with the present needs of this! $10,000,000. Use
v' charming women of the faculty in take reciting that statewide dippingis apples, and a large variety of eatables I institution we inquired of Acting Su- Kerosene
." j' ing members to college in an auto fastest way to eradicate cattle I , also three barrels (wood) and perintendent Ilentz if requisition for Service was proved before -Also-Coal OilTopaorGaa nu..a: ,
l r just after a heavy rain, suggested I tick and urging appointment of a com twenty half-barrels of flour. The food supplies for the month of Decem- ne

that she ought to turn thm over at a I mittee of three to propose a bill for above referred to dry goods and gro- ber had) been made and he furnishedus all this money was paid-a The Ifc II. P U,B
w' specially bad place in the quagmire I the next session, pointing out that cery rooms are small rooms connected with the acceptance sheet from record. gaBuinie-onlv

Ir "I 'y ? representing the driveway. So impres many progressive counties have now except by partition with cement the board of state institutions which doubly convincing Th.5.r.ic. You

ti? r! led were the visitors that this bill, adopted dipping by local option. and dirt floors, which appeared never was forwarded to him a few weeks Get From t.
t I which also carries! $3,000 for Hep. Keen of Polk pointed out that : to have been cleaned, very damp and We have just' Ih.Quigle" .
4 *A ri i inir the arcade to the compiete'l dipping cattle increases stock value ; most of the things were scattered over ago.These sheets showed the following type '*ii" fat(< jour
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the floor. informed that reeds in at ct
f :I He said it would. make them worth at We were sev. items:
follows soon. fo'
5 ti, least $3;; to $7 a head more. Kep. Watson eral of the boys carried keys to these 12 barrels rolled oats (;.1 2 cents Lumber & Co. waiting We are prepjrrd v i

To Study Highway; !System." I spoke for the sesolution. Rep. rooms and several things had been per pound. Supply to beery Give prnmp' '
amlpef dial
s Dawson of Hernando, favored the resolution missing.We 10 boxes laundry
take .
r' I4 1 i Appointment of committees to but thought. there should be next visited the assembly hall 1 barrel Royal Baking Powder, 14 :STARKE: FLA."I<
RnT the :Miller plan for investigation ofl
t I up funds to let the committee make a full and school room, we found this un- cents per can.
I of the state, with intent to
the to investigation.Hep. veiled windows broken, stove dilapidated 1,000 barrels! best rice, 9-3, 4 cents ,
r "' report what is necessary of to roads state to I Kite of of Alachua, said opposition floor dirty, piano and seats per pound. (We are informed after our -' '. .I ; ;ii. ':.,
b , t get co-ordinated system from few broken and the and seats piledin
r best advantage to cattle dipping came a piano arrival at the capitol that this is an
serve the whole state to ( cattlemen who know the cattle would a corner of the room and not used. error.)

4't '-; ( +; was announced in Hep.hrshall.both: houses., be counted when ,dipped and they We next called at the administration I I 5) cases Pet milk, $4.80 per case.

]H..p.lilIcr: of Uuval, of would then ba taxed for them. He building which we found to be a 10 cases washing powder, $2.'JO per
a }b4 of Broward, and Rep. I thought the state could be made a brick structure and apparently in case.
; ct i Holmes are house members and Rep. when the tick good shape, but no order in office
Carlton great cattle state quar I 50 sacks roasted and ground coffee,
and Sen. ,
t, PI f Igou. of Leestiurg, members. antine is lifted. and, nothing that we could gain any 18 1.2 cents per pound. (We are informed -
y t of Tampa, are the :Millers senate for I The resolution passed and Wilder information from as to the manage I after our arrival at the capi
will discuss plan
r1yt ) + f d a They$20,000,000 bond issue to completethe named Rep. Futch of Alachua, Rep. ment of the sheets institution file., except the acceptance tel that this is an error.)
Jarmond of Santa Rosa, and Rep. on 12 cases macaroni.
road, of the state and report -
We next visited the hall. We
1 bon ami.
, i aer+ s on the needs of Florida at the Marlow of Citrus. found this to be in fairly good condition 4 cases case toilet soap, $4.35 per case.

18 I regular session in April. Speed Limit for TrailersMr. but not screened either in frontor 1,500 pounds rib bellies, 30 7.8 cents THE UNIVERSAL CAR
i tables covered with oil
: rear,
More .For: Feeding Prisoners! Perry:' of Lee, introduced a bill per pound.
Allows but clean, the boys eating out of tin I
39 barrels lard compound, 22 1-2
4 t; The legislature came to the relief of i limiting to eight miles metallic an hour tired pans with their hands, assisted by a I| cents per pound.
l the Florida sheriffs when the bill speed of steel or other spoon, not having either knives or I 137 mattresses $6.50 each f. o. b.
granting increased rates for feeding: vehicles used as trailers or other mo- forks, their meats given to them in I, plus 5 cent.
per .
tor driven vehicles of) this kind used
i prisoners passed. The present rate is chunks no knife or fork to prepareit We beg! leave to call attention to a
i 50 cents a head up to 10 persons and exclusively for other than passenger: with. Their meal consisted of boiled of this
previous statement necessityto
discus- report The Ford truck is really
in the a greater
It I
service. developed
40 cents beyond that The bill makes it ; rice, with fresh pork mixed, baked wherein great number of these
the a articles
BO cents up to 20 and DO cents above sion that this was asked for by sweet potatoes, bread without butter are already in abundant supply the farmer than team of horses. Certainlyit
members wanted the rate state road department, and it passed. I and tin of water. The officers
20. Several a cup j, at this institution, namely; syrup is a greater utility and economy for him. It
changed and there was considerable of this institution were dining in this lard
powder washing powder
r discussion, but it remained at the fig. Soldier and Sailor Bill Pasties hall with a much better prepared .l soap milk and other articles. saves time, it gives prompt and

( ure the committee set. What is! generally termed the sol meal, the difference of which we do I' Information was furnished to us by almost unlimited service along!
>. diers' and sailors' bill, authorizing the not care to set forth. The kitchen the nurse and the seamstress that the Every

d Rant Not !Suspended" internal improvement fund trustees to which is in the rear of the mess hall ,, boys, both white and colored, had not the entire line Of farm Work

I,' The senate, after being in secret cooperate with the federal government. was in an unsanitary condition, no had a pair of drawers the last two Farmer from carrying the milk, to mar-

k session nearly all day Thursday! acting in securing homes for returned sql screens to rear doors, flies were numerous -'!1 years until recently, many of them the products of the farm.
{ on the suspension cases, announced diers and sailors, has become a law and tables not clean, nothing were barefooted at this time and none Needs ketinS

at II( o'clock they would, postpone with the signature of the governor. appeared to be in order or properly I of the colored boys had socks to wear It is not expensive to maintainand

cared for. until recently and that the clothing of .One has all the Ford simplicity in
We next visited the electric light
4 all the boys is of the coarsest kind
u ( REPORT (I.KGISLATIVK 1 : ('OMy I. parently had not been scrubbed for and water plant, this we found in and that last winter not enough cover mechanism that makes it easy to

MIl'TKK: : ON 1.IU'oiS.CIIOOL: ::; weeks. One of the drinking fountainswas /good condition and upon inquiry of the ,I was furnished for keeping the buys operate. The price too is attractive about
out of commission, the key being electrician at the plant, he reported i, warm, and requisition was repeatedlymade ,
5 The full text of the report of the lost, another one dirty, unfit for use, that the lack of water supply duringthe I' for same to the superintendent the price of a team of horses; $550, without

special committee of the two housesof and, the linen closets in disorder, blankets time of the epidemic was the lack I and the legislature to visit the reform having been thrown in carelessly of help only as the machinery was in'' had the advantage of an inter ,

r sl'hoolIt Mariana, is as follows: some kind of white powder thrown working order. Near this plant stands;'I view with Dr. N. A. Baltzell, who for
,- I To the senate and house of repre- around and appeared that no attemptwas a steam laundry, partly constructed'of '! eleven years has been the attending
Tallahassee mnde to have it in order. We bricks made on the place.
stntatives now assembled at physician for this institution, he informed
Mv }! Fla. found the numerous radiators in this We then visited the colored depart us that the deplorable conditions FORD GARAGE
Is The undersigned committee having room nearly covered with tobacco spit, ment. Went to the mess hall where of this institution has existedfor

!,' 1 been duly appointed by the president apparently done by the boys. the boys were having dinner. We a long time and showed us a copy
Y ri of the senate and speaker of the house We next visited Cottage No. 2. for found this place well ordered with' of a letter which he wrote to the A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors

to visit the reform school at Marinnna white boys and found it in pract4-I: about 150 boys at dinner; their meal i board of state institutions stating that

41 and report their finding as early as rally the same condition, except that I and the officers meal consisted of I he had repeatedly called the board's STARKE, FLORIDA J
possible. to thin! legislature beg leave the reading and recreation room was about the same as previously described attention to this condition which reports L
y'' to submit the following report: in good order but no sign that they for the white boys and the em were ignored. lie informed us!
r 1 We r'nl'he.1hriunna: on the night had been used in weeks or months ployes of the other department. that he saw the first cases of influenza -

Y ''i of the 27th of November, 1918, anti and nothing there for them to read. We next visited a three-story struc on the 7th of October, A. D., 1918! ::!!!
d;, on the morning of November the 28th We next visited what is reported ture nearby this building/ (it is used and, that he realized and warned the
we visited this institution. Upon arrival ns the hospital, which is about 300 for various purposes), the story superintendent that an epidemic was mmooCL'-I( !
feet to the rear of Cottage No. 1. This
there we sought out the acting being used as a hospital ward, all in impending and preparation should be
,' i superintendent and accompanied by is a small wooden building, formerly a I good condition and well presided over made to meet it, which was ignored,
him we visited first No. 1, for tenant house, covered with paper
cottage by an efficient colored female but that on and after the 10th day of
,+ white boys which i is! a substantial roofing and. leaky. We found one win nurse. We wish to call special atten October the cases were so numerous'and For The Kiddies Christmas
r two-story brick building, / in /good con dow down from the top and one bed I tion to one room in this building presided of such a serious character that
,: rs dition. In this building, we found on wet from rain. The mattresses on these over by a colored woman eleven he called for help to the board of state
$ the first flour three sick boys their beds are torn, full of knots and beyond I years on duty and head of the boys'sewing Institutions and it was given him from
I troubles we did not learn, their condition description, the springs sagging" and club, where colored boys are'nul'ht the hospital at Chattahoochee. That Dolls 20c. to $2. Mechanical Toys 15c. to 85c.
was untidy and apparently un- broken. It contains one room for cots he visited the Institution day
to machineto every
comfortable; this is one of the buildings and will not hold over four, it is not I make clothing operate and a sewing other articles and sometimes two or three times a Trains with track complete, $1.25 to $3
in which influenza hud prevailedand now in use and apparently not used for far all the
used day and as as saw
at this! school. We saw them $2
the bed upon which these three some tiiins.W I operate and it was wonderful. We sick boys and sick employes and at Pocket Knives, 20c. to $1.50 Steam Engines, $1.50 to
patients were are the same as those' & next visited what is called the I went through the main building of the time he was! overwhelmed with

that are hereinafter described. Upon cement house which is a small room I the colored department, we found it work in his private practice, that con '
forther examination of this buildingwe and contains about ninety boxes of in fairly good condition, except for sidering the fact that everybody at ,I FQR THE GROWN FOLKS
found in a very unsanitary condi tin shingles, containing one square to I some flush closets broken down, already the institution was sick at the same'time j
tion. The floor apparently had not the box, two No. 10 Remington
Typewriters condemned. In this building we that the best was done that could i
been scrubbed in weeks. We found the mined; nine caat-olf iron I found the beds and floor in much better be done and that the death rate justifies 85c.
mattresses wet and very dirty and un- beds. and a number of bags of cement, condition than those for the white this conclusion.In $ Vases, 35c, to 50c. Shaving Stands, 75c. to
even from wear, end bed linen very three barrels of slacked lime, all ruin
boys, we noted that the stairway and view of the fact that this Insti-
untidy nfter being, made up for the ed. This house showed that no use hall had been scrubbed and covered tution is intended as a school for reclamation I Carving Sets, $4 to $6 Meat Choppers, $3 to S
day and did nut appear to have ever u>< made of it. '
with blankets and comforts, which we and training of defective $3
our to
laundered. The flush closets were Chocolate Sets Knives and Forks $1.50 a
been $4
We next visited the barn which wefound consider. extravagant waste. We found boys of both colon and our observation ,
I not in working tinier. many of them :in a very dilapidated condition, that there heat this I
i was no way to that the institution is in a
( I in filthy condition. Ino I care being taken of it and many building: except two small wood.I heaters deplorable condition and not properly Reduced prices in effect during the Holi-I
the basement of this
( We found I thing yf value going( to waste, nocae in bud condition with pipes broken doing: this great and necessary work. I
', building sopping wet, due to careless being' taken of vehicles or anything bent, not secure. We feel compelled to say that the days and dishes and glass ware

t' 4 ness and lack of discipline, the water else, corn thrown In the barn I We took a general: survey of the board of state institutions to the best :
and trash on the floor presented a with Implements
deplorable condition. We found also' nr. "lIran.1 trash all over the grounds at both places and ascertained of our information has been negligent' General Hardware, Stoves, Heaters, Farming '
grounds. Near this barn we found al| that there are fire plugs but no in visiting this institution and properly
furnace out commission
basement reduction.
the that brick cow barn in process of construe-, hone and no fire protectio-: and no directing* its conduct such negligence -I Kitchen Utensils sold at a
ano1l showed no attempt was
tion, nothing done to it for some time,I fire to the building for white having extended over a period
made to care for it and no heat in two silos escapes in town
being while
and to provideit. incomplete and one boys hut fire escapes! for oo'ured boys. of several years and that the superintendent Make our store your headquarters
this building no way
complete and I
reported to be filled. unfit'
find that at this time there are lately removed, was
visited the second floor We next visited the carpenter's about 51 white boys and ''i i <,colored for the position he held and negligent

used We as next a dormitory; we found a well\ shop wooden, which building is rudely a small one-story many of them are. abs" 'uti-'r, !idle, in the discharge of his plain duties. I| Starke Hardware Company
well loafing around with no one to look We recommend that the sum of ,
beds arrangedbut
room and in this :
lighted !is the boys' band in
in deplorable condition, the mat- good room after them and no system pmrng them twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000)) STARKE. FLORIDA
condition. The
band consists of '
a"d ''
instructor be of avail
And out
almost PO ofI" 'd f now appropriated any
and linen beyond com
tresses approximately twenty pieces which is idleness immediate needs.
able for
seems to be the prevailing moneys!
;, prehension. The floor dirty and I ap- now without a leader, the instrument .. jf
feature of "
I of the school. Uu inquiry That the salary the superintendent agaaa3Oga ffla3cgaaggaaa&ooQOCKac


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: 1918. --- i : -: -
FRIDAY, Dew- SlllPYAnnS TO (OFFER SOLDIERS April, folowed by fall to 7.17 in Julyto ,
be vicechairmenV.; W. JOBS ON RETURN i and by the highest rise to 7.78 in September EXTRA SESSIONOF
hurst, J. E. Junkin P. B. Sandifer, after which month the decline
rr= ------- --- I I W. L. Bryan and Maynard Ramsey, Washington, Dec. $.Plans weragreed is to 7.H2: : in December anti li.i!!!) in

i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. and! David S. Williams bo of assistant Marion upon by the wur department .Ianuar)'. LEGISLATURE
elected to
_-.i .w-i M a-- I county, was committee. and, the shipping board under which I The composite prico; for important
, secretary of the offers of 200,000 jobs in ship yard; crops received by farmers i is high frum

r News the and the merchant marine will be pIne \ :May 1 to September 1. Ik-ginning with 1
Live State ---.1: i An investigation that, to ascertain ure quitting ed before the soldiers as soon as they the index number 131.I: in I January STARTS NOV. 25
truth of charges negroes the number increases -
of the
mustered out. i the lowest year,
L--- L____ .......... work because they receive allot- are to 157.8 in June, remains nearly -

Told by Our Exchanges. ments from relatives in the in military Escam- TO MTSTKIt ()t"l'\ U. S. ( t'lmSIobile. the tame, or 137,0;; In July rises tl) I '
is to be conducted ('atttion November l.rth
service, i 15D.2 in August the highest point of Governor
- -- ---.-- -- ---- --- - county soon, at the direction of --v-;:: L.1 \ issued, executive order calling tho
: - :-: -- -- --- -- -- bia of La Ala., .-Maj.: K. the year, and falls to 143.1:: In Peeem- an
\ ,--"=-" -- -7--- 1 the United States Department Unite in legislature of Florida into nn extraordinary .
- and carried four passengers Higdon, in command of the her and iili: January.
States flag E. Employment '
of U. '
Press Associa- Examiner McNeir, session on November !.,Ih.
South Florida aircraft made a bor. southern district, S
of the
I'he The graceful States guards :
hall has received -
10 the
tl, ?) meets in Winter Haven Jan. trip to Miami before starting to Cuba word Office that in E. Haynes, has received orders to muster out the I BOYCOTT GEltM.N: TOYS At this special session. legislationwill
officers and men nt Camp Hcnuregard, bo. considered relative to a hono
the Department
The orange movement is I now uppermost Tampa Is to have a new nelghboi director of negro economics in the of south Investigating -- La., next Monday.) Part of the guards I It Is not usual or proper for people dry law. tax on automobiles labor for
in traffic from Plant City of : in the near future in the form of a of Labor is condition. It is have been in mobilization since thi or newspapers to advocate the boycott, farms. and other things. Special attention .
the week past 71 carloads: 30 minutes the above order culls\ foi when absolutely, will lie given to measures that
Luring) flourishing young town, county's labor summer of 1917. The but now is a time wo
the total Escambia
shipped, bringing the Bradentown understood that between Pananni and without reservation will returned soldiers to
fruit were to date,, ride frem here on will be looked into as the guards stationed unreservedly, plainly encourage
movement for the season road, which i is to be developed by conditions Florida counties. City Fla., and Baton Rouge, La., tc advocate n boycott on (;l'r- settle in this state.
t,, i tI 4 cars. northern capitalists, headed by Sen, well as that of other report at Camp Heaurvgard. man made toys or in fact, anything The Florida Times-Ur.ion is making:
of Chicago, III., who made in Gormnny. The toys of America the
makes J. E. Bruce 16 son of a 0- made : special arrangements to cover
The skin from the porpoise to the the original investment of 13,000 acres Tony Vargas widow, aged returned home Saturday GERMANS: BUILD PLANE TO FLY I I are usually made in (Germany, news of this special session of the
a hoe leather that is superior Florida concern and has resold about 6 quarter of it Ybor City been, for three monthsa ACROSS OCEAN 1"0 we lay stress on the toy business. legislature. Trained correspondentswill !
best calfskin. A South The byproducts already to his northern friends. having the Marianna school. We believe if America is willing to furnish the Times-Union with de.
skins. from
is buying these and fer refugee: of physician, London, Dec.' 8.-The Germans are five her Bonn in war against Germany tail reports of each session. The news
are also used for oils One canning club in Manatee countyin He is under his the emaciated care and a weakened building: an airplane with which they we at least ought to be willing !- coming direct to the Times-Union office .

tilizer. _____ four weeks' time, canned 4,000 cans! owing : Carman Cargas is a intend trying II trip across the Atlantic to use anything made in America \ by wire where special operators i
Fort Dade werejven last summer. The members organized but out of her meager and have a Zeppelin under construction or elsewhere instead of patronizing will be on duty to receive the news. f
Fifty soldiers from discharge from under the direction of the home demonstration tobacco stripper she frequently, sent boxes of with the same idea in view, Germany; the land that takes yourmoney News dealers and news boys are ?
their honorable to take care of the wages ol with one hand and smites you .
Saturday. Those discharged agent fruit and food to Tony who says he according to the correspondent not allowed return privilege, therefore .ithey ,
the service for the most part mar surplus fruit and vegetables in their. got them. Instead he was often Uerlin of the Daily Express. The correspondent with the other. order only the number of papers i'' )
were boys whose services were neighborhood. No products the farmers never beaten for not doing tasks for whichhe ,! says he learned this when He careful and Inquire if the article for which they have regular purchns- j; !
ried men or could dispose of otherwise were I physically unable. The beds being shown over an aircraft factoryat you buy is. not German mude. ers. It is therefore not safe for any. li
needed at home.- used. The results showed an average was infested with vermin and the Ktuaken u suburb of Berlin by Let your dealer know you will not one to depend upon buying a paper j!

Charles B. Parkill, for several of 1,000 cans a week saved by their were food barely sufficed to keep him alive. Managing Director lUuisch, n former have It. Germany will disguise her from the newsboy at 6 I cents. Then, 11*

Judge on the Florida Supreme efforts. Finally he could stand it no longer and naval officer. goods, BO be careful,-Live Oak I'ctn- too. It is cheaper for you to place anorh'r 1
years and former city attorney The machine, says the correspondent ocrat. I with tho Timu .Unlon agent,
Court bench has received an appoint Demobilization will begin at Fort ran away. has H wing spread of lOll feet and --- ---- rta1rn!
of Tampa judge-advocate, of the Southeastern Barrancas, Pcnsacola, as soon received as the A carload of whiskey and! pure alcohol engines of_3,000_ horsepower._ EXPRESS: lUTES WILL AlV.tNCI.t.tNtr.tIty ,'your address! nt tWl'ntynt8111'r week J\\
been .
as have
mcnt blanks
Department with ehadquar necessary that effect estimated between $:lOOU and $1,. 1STOn \ 1 I or you may place an order with the l W
orders to
Charleston S. C. from Washington, 000) was seized at Six Mile creek by WAR \DEPARTMENT: 16.0001.JOIt: Timt'.lnionirl'l't, \ nnd hav the paper ;
ten- at having been received! commander yesterdayby Deputy U. S. Marshal W. C. Spencer CASUALTIES\ : HACK I IN REPORT January 1, the express rates delivered to you by I mail Rt tho

'resident( Wilson sent to the sen. Col. John L. Hughes, one and Special Agents Douglass and will I I bo advanced to a point that may rate or $0 J per year. -Adv. tfl .
the nominations of Robert W.,, at the army post. Approximately mustered out I Johnson. The and alcohol was Washington, Dee. ate Davis to be register of the land office, thousand men are to that be the will packed in whisker, barrels of oranges has announced, that li,00) Southern state winter crops to markets "
Gainesville Fla. for another foul and it is expected men and grapefruit in half the car,, major cifMialties, including the killed too costly for profits. This is n "
reduced -
at years Parry M Colson was nominated be discharged and basis the army by December post while the other half was filled with, in action, died of wounds, died of matter growers and shippers must Ask Your Gtocer&f.j

ac receiver of public moneys at to a peace whiskey cases covered with loose t disease, or other causes, ''l'verelywuunh'c take into consideration, nnd may "f
four longer. 20th. seizure missing have not beer consolidation and co-operation '
Gainesville; for years oranges. This Is the largest and force
of the ever mado in Tampa, and a tip from I finally reported to the next of kin, in larger or car lots by freight, unless .. .
One person was badly injured and:I. Historic Lake Jackson of ,Tallahassee one an unknown purty and shrewd work The anvilrs in minor casualties$ ftmuch I relief is afforded bychnngea41n rates

,.. eral slightly when a big Port Tam largest lakes north millions! of on the part of the federal officers I larger, it was said.! .----- "

h ..ninnd a litle one-man-of one-ma car col- fi has hr;gone; perishing dry again in the and lake bed Thwater 1 led:;1 toth overtaking of the violators;! From "ruble reports expected t the dcI I :Jttw.oiw\ ) () i DIE OF TDK I Ki.r! .I IN.

jidwi!, The motorman the to several days of the government laws. The whi key artmi'nt hopes to clear\ up the arrear AMKRICA: : SINCK SEI' . liTIt:
of disappear I
out n began p
it is alleged, ran is being stored today in week
cm. who sink has been discovered and, alcohol in major casualties within a except -
.witt-h against the red and light jumped in tni.'ot'k. to ago and, in a the great center of what was the federal building and as soon its poe. for n few names with respect to Civilian i I 1'lJ1t1lnllou,1 I an Soldier.Stiffer *. COFFEES r
the port car of. the stock will be beecompleted.
saw lake, large enough to bury a two sible inventory which identification, haM not yet lleutily !t::
safety building. No explanation is of.fered taken. . The minor casualties not 'o-fc -
story reported to the next of, kin represent Washington '. 10--Hetween jOn),
the phenomenon yet
nncl for strange
Nearly 5.500 cars of oranges this which has happened three or foul (Continued From Page 2.) slight wounds involving relatively ODD and :J! IlOIlIl, ) deaths from I influen/.n Best By Every Test ,
been shipped thi' F
have officiii I
grapefruit to times during the last century. brief ,disablement. The ; and ;pneumonia occurred among
season, as against less than 2,000 KF.I'OKT: OF U'GlSJ.A'1'CHI: statement issued today Knows the civilian population. of the United

th< lame time last year. The Exchang amount The commission sent to Florid! MITTEE: \ ON :MAUIANNA SCIIOOI\ (.f the total major casualties rc-portei, States since September 15 acconliiiKto .":
ha> About 150::; ) cars of vegetables less than to base recommendations to the Secretary institution regularly twice a yearwho ,, fiOH!) have been reported to the, nexof Borviee. The epidemic )persists! but luin'H Ciuigh Remedy"We I
irii',' ( north compared with of the Interior on available shall be paid a reasonable per kin, with 7,500 still to be, reports deaths are much less numerous, reports first learned of the true valuo :f.

5C" years ago. lands for returning soldiers, reported diem and mileage for such services, Of the I I.Jifi.'i! missing nnd prisonerof indicate government, incurred flf> {'hamlierlnin'n Cough Remedy several J .
so favorably on Florida, and especial and I who shall be required to make a war "'nt in by (;l'n. IVrshing 11.ont: I liabilities of $170,000,000) 1 in I life i yenrh. ago when w aroun '
Thi most expensive of the Deer ly on the Everglades, that n. second written report of each visit of their havo In. IMI reported to relatives, hut insurance in collection with tho deaths Clifton Hill, this state" writes Mrs. 'Itll. <'
Miiiiin.' with the exception construct commission was sent to check up the findings In detail, covering the con of the ly!),!DIi.1! !} total wounded, only ,'R r-- '
,1 1 "Cuconnut Grove for I'ittsburi makes just as enthusiastic the institution to the state board. of 0 ------ United States. cough. I got It .bottle. \ of Cham-

a millionaire of The cost statement and it now looks as though institutions, a copy of said report to TROOP'S IN OWN:.; COUNTRY"1JY tierlain'H Cough Remedy,' and after f)
who', .'omes here every winter. will run Florida would be considered be kept on file by them and a copy Tim :MIDDI.K\ (01' SITM.MKI: : .e + . . . . . + + .4 taking a few IOHUS| of it my cough 4
,). th house and all outhouses to be filed with each session of the + l.EGAL NlTICE'j lofwencil up and my lungs felt better. :It

'up ti.'. $700,000.After Florida has always been very proudof state legislature.We Washington, i-;; : 7.-Eight of ththirteen + + + + * + + .fr + + + + + + I used one bottle of it and by then ''it
operation the fact that the oldest house! in realize that this is not a ful divisions comprising the Am NOTICE my cold had entirely 'disappeared.- ;1,
transfusion submitting to of blood in the America can be found in St. Augustineon and complete report but not desiring eriean Third Army now appronchini: : Six voucher Tnnnthn ami after fliml Hut account hereof to I th.will, ITonornhtnOpo. "r..n'. Adv. l' '.',-;
for the little street that takes to this session of the legislature national guan. my Bradford
F. Durham, formerly a narrow keep the Rhine either are A. flunllner. County Juriua of
lust 2 years, George of St. Petersburg one back to the days of lace scarfs,, longer than necessary we deem thai or national army troops and there i Is Cnun'.. Florida and mk for my final' din* Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days '
a resident his home in Garden City, bolleros and Spanish cavaliers, and it sufficient information has been obtained every reason' to believe they will bon rharao .. . died at drcraud.
has alive for two year will be learned with much interest by us to acquaint the legislature their own soil again by midsummer. Tbil, the site dap of Aiiuunt ISIS. 10 euro luhlnil.. Dllnil. nlimllnilor PrKriiilluH Pile
N. V. lIe was kept furnished' that this little home of some long with the conditions and needs at I J. 1.. UNnKKHILI. Inntnnlly rolliwfi* llchliU I' end >.uu can lift I'il
by the blood of other men AilmlnlMralor. r.Uul.looB. alter Ilia HIM a. Uol> ,
him 60 times in a hospital in Brooklyn dead senor and senora has been they now exist and l cause the neceasary General March chief of staff anna t-t-tmo. I
to bought by the St. Augustine Historical legislation to meet the emergency unccd today he anticipated no difficulty ,- (

Society, thus insuring its safety from in getting these units norm ) ) ) ) ) !)'
rights for women and the being demolished. for some more modern Respectfully submitted within four months after pence hall )

change Laity in the Apostles' Creed wer building. W. L. HUGH LETT, been established formally, I'residen
overwhelming ma Chairman.A. his recent address to congress the Farmer 1
both passed by an Wilson in
jority by the Florida annual confer Florida established a new record S. CREWS, said the sessions of the conference il Suppliesfor

once in session at Bartow. Opposition for native beef prices when the IS- Secretary.F. probably wound be concluded! hy; p
changes was not months-old steer raised by Z. C O. MILLER based on thin estimat
the important and
t"nearlo<> two strong as some had expect Chamberiss! in Ocala, was auctionedoff S. W. ANDERSON) !; of spring the time General: March's statement : },

at the Florida State Fair and A. C. HAMBLIN."EILGE that the !IIF.j: ._ _ __ ____
ell it ti' he. < S was accepted to mean F.j! ___________ __ ..f
brought: the astonishing price of fiO f.s" would return during the sum
Th i..sgi\ing d'l.ner wa: cents a pound live weight. This wonderful ,\\ YANK 11I'OOn!' SAILOIIIIV .. .
:! m'r ; kind buy il :
1001 If
'iiiniyi-il' by five American soldiers, in I animal weighed 1,320: : pounds. REPORT ON EATS: : KNIVESVh..n you want Ii ( any '

i Hi" i IK' R I.. Gunn, of Newberry, Fla., nnd was the finest specimen of TRENH FARMERS': PRICES '
.11 ,* whom escaped from the baby beef ever seen in the state. The London, Dec. (i.-The average American 'I 1 IIIKOUGII: : ( THE i YEAR SHOWN I:! RAZORS We have .liar most I nldjlnificpnl; JiNI"y\ ul edge i
The of the bycross soldier Is a sailor. Here FIGURE: I :
Ra nier. had the meal on an improvise breeding native stock and are excerpt from two letters written SCISSORS bole ever brought 10 this town.I ;:

l guarding one end and thiFr. AberdeenAngus.F. "There are no food restrictions on rt'i-i, .veil( by producers reaches I AXLS We handle the bet standard makes ol tools and "

.'n 'h the other. the ships. We had six meals a day- )) point In September, according : 11
M. Christian of No. f)0i HughSt. three down and three up." tn i lie records of the \Hureau of (;roro'rnates. | I JATCI JETS hardware, and) can furni"" you anything frol1l a gim.I I J"j
made in \Washingtorit I of the Dock "Expect me back home come very with 11)10!) am, I''
$-'fl i reports an employe Tampa (; : beginning I..t to farm f machinery.
ipp-ars that (Florida has come to be Company, has lost his right eye as cold, day-when the 'ocean is frozen thi lowest in January. I :'
r. >?in/.ed as a state manufncturinjpotte the result of an accident while hunting and I can walk back. TIe mean index number for Junuur F: SAWS
'v on a small scale. While the in the woods near here. He was ------ -- 15, which is 6.IU; ), rise to 7.5!) ii I j FOR TilE flOG KILLING TIME \\1
vnlut ..jf the output last year was less I email shooting with K.: C. Blake and COXSTIU'CTION OF CAMPS: IS -- - I!: BRACE I AND '
than *;i,00l) it seems that if the Idea I K. O. Johnson when the two latter I HALTED: BITS SAUSACE MIl.t- STUFf! IRS LARD CANS :

Kctia good start it may be, added tithe fired, at. a quail just before dusk. [Get tha Genuine : .
ilready considerable list of inv They did not notice that Christianwas Washington, Dec. 10.-\bandon. land Avoid CHISELS !
P'irtani' industries in the state. in line and about forty yards ment of construction work on 14 projects Waste DeWITT C JONES
lie received much of the chargeof Wait announced by the war de II
away. '
\ tyitem of land defenses for Peniia one gun: in his face nnd! the shot partment. At the same time it was :::1 DHA WING I'

.- "a to he undertaken at once hj has destroyed his right eye. The shooting I stated that orders had been given I :: KNIVES STAHKE, FLORIDA i

th United States government. While.t was purely accidental< for completing the central officers' II conomyn a' '
'h! details\ of these plans are confidentia I training schools! at Camps Gordon Every Cake t>>; ICIClIclcmffiMnt'JCt'WJr.I(1)C) ) C.IC'CICI (,t'IDCIlrICClClmmcJIDf.(; : 1.1COOIfI(; (I

> din Captain' officer I). of S. the Clarkson 472mL, engi com.TI '- i, High Seventy School boys will from probably the Pensacola attent I .nd Hancock_, Ga.-0 I IrCIC'IO"IQCII'IQf.CK,

i" 's. dates that the present plan I school on Monday morning the NEW: ESTIMATES: PROVIDE 1-
't'-mplates' a system of land de uniform of the United States army I II PEACE: ARMY OF 500.0001! l

"- for the upper harbor and city And on Tuesday afternoon, from two .

I to four, the first military training will I Washington, Due.; 10.-A regular; I Full
.in'ornia is still getting Hillsborifh be given. Some of the students have army of approximately a half.e million "A R "
,''unty goats, but the price i h already received their uniforms and men is provided for in estimates ecelpt2

.ii.-tory. Coleman & Furmanwn it I is expected that all will be received :. submitted to congress for the fiscal !
ire raising the high grade Swis by the last of the week. Adjutant year of ID.'O!) of a total of $1,!)22,000-
mn-ninit' goats at the Edison Junctioi William Tyler, who will train the 000 asked for exclusive fortification.
'"''n... have just sold a doe to a Up students, will have the assistance olMcIIenry Provision is made for the paymentof
and. < al.. man for $250. Some time ; Jones and, John Oertingboth 21.000 officers and 382,000 men,

&?<> they gold
a purrhaser military camps this summer. S of the The bank keeps the account for you.
SOLDIER EATS!' OWN WEIGHT IN need to make a memorandum payment.

Brooding over for the embezzlement possibility of, and being At a recent meeting in Jacksonville . 37 DAYS

.lf'entence onvicted of l five having years to serve R. K.maximun Dumbell, committee of the Republican, an organization: state executive wa- Paris, Dec. 8.-A statistical fiend Your Cash Always BalancesYou

here a effected. There were forty-two members estimates that the American army In
a who came yea
i attorney in by France eats 280,000,000! pounds, or
from Tulsa, Okla., ended it all present person proxy.
ag The committee organized by the 140,000 tons, of food 37 day*. In
by placing the barrel of a 38-calibe was every and receipted bills. Just call on .the bank
Smith revolver against hit election of J. E. :Merrill, of )Duval that period every soldier eats his own have no trouble hunting up receipts
& Wesson
right temple, pulling the trigger tha county, as chairman and William weight in food. This Is on the basis for your check: and you have the evidence complete.
',Iew his brains. Hunter, of Hillsborough county, aa of an average weight of 160 pounds
out secretary.. The following were elected and a daily consumption of food of bills through
small and invites to your
off In 4.3 pounds. This bank solicits your deposits, large or you pay
The biggest robbery pulled
The Strong Withstand the Winter S
'>' Petersburg in some years was reo it. It's the SAFE way.
A burg Cold Better Than the Weak TilE LATEST LAY
'ted Saturday.
to the police
ntered the home of Mrs. John IIVo Yon must have Health Strength and Endurance 4 accounts, compounded quarterly. l'laceyour Liberty
We cent Livings
When the dealer Informed her that pay per on
126 Second avenue, north, to fight Colds.Grip and lnlhuenza.When
got away with jewelry value I your blood Is not In a healthy the price of eggs was sixty cents per Bonds and other valuables in a safety deposit box, cost is small.

"" 4:. ::1.>0. The most valuable thing condition and does not circulate properly, dozen she exclaimed:
"K was a ring set with a ruby that your system is unable to withstand the "Sixty cents; Why that's five cents
$ OO< ago, and that Winter cold.GROVE'S. for each egg I"
many years BANK
1 t worth all of $1,600. TASTELESS Chill TONIC "Yes, mum, said the dealer; "but BRADFORD COUNTY
you must remember that one egg/ Isa
Fortifies tho System
'.. dirrigible which left Key Wed t and Influenza by Purifying Against and Colds.Enriching Grip Household whole day's work for a hen!" Financial StrongholdESTABLISHED
Journal. County's
ha -eturned, making a record of thir the Blood. Bradford

<)y 'ix hours in the air beating all pre It contains the well-known tonic prop. 1889 '
ious world records by about eight erties of Quinine and Iron in a form drove's Taateles chill Tonic

hours. The machine carries a numbei acceptable to the most delicate stomach mton vitality and mierty by purifying end .orlchlaa STARKE, FLORIDA
plate showing in large figure thai and pleasant to take. You can soon feel the blood. You can MOO to Iu StnottbQlng. -
numbre 236 was flying a large United iu Strengthening,Invigorating Effect. 60c- lavUoriilaa Effort. Price 110o.'r .



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I (I' 13, 191. I

1 : Bradford County Telegraph -I LAWTEYI : I SALT LAKE- CIIT-' pKHBW forth name to-witl.P"C'tl".I". "hereinafter particularly sett I Mclvln.Cerlificat. No 172 --- -_ ---_''

I I Lawtey, Dec.13.='Ury Gunter was rr =+; =+: S.OrtiAcat uthwest Quarter No I and embraces South Half North of 7 North.alf of I Bee east .t Quarter SE ear See.of !Nurth.a J4 emLr.r, .,t '._ ,." :. t.:'I
---- - iiiijl and J .
-- - -- I '
-- - - Quarter of Southeast. See. ... rc'
transacting business in Jacksonville rat Quarter 211 1,0 f. S. 210 'do. E: I 1., . '
i; iy f Published Weekly, and entered, .11 second first of the week. i TV 4, S R. It E.. 11>0....., asaMuxd W. B. | S acre, gee. T s 'I- g,1
'J.3e1f ..
.\ elawi matter at the iH*tffic itSUrUe i l\1 I'll. W. II. :Miner and children. of( MAN TELLS HOWTANLAC It Helps Waters' ..rtificst No. 171 embrace S. 10 acres of I A.see..d Unless l E said certiUciaccording ,.;. ,-,, -
Starke, are guests at the home of Mi: + 4*.. ithtaM Quarter of Southwest. Quarter Sec I, to law tax ,',. ' ,-.
Florida. E. J. Roberts.. Tt ". S. R SO E., D. C. Melvtn.4rlin'CBte .i. : on Lb. mh dar or Ja> ',.or. ',..**
+ + ===: 'I Or. and :\lrR. E. L. Bitfifi' were % !u- HASBENEFITED 111 There can be no doubt >t Northwest No. 174 Quarter embrace and Northeast E 12. Quarter A of- I i the Witness path day itijr' of official Deeembr, .;: xi.l\ ;. "> .ha
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor: and Owner. ton to Jacksonville last week. of ...
I as to the merit Carded I N rthwesj Quarter of Northwest Quarter S. W f .. ,
p t, J. C. ROBINSON Associate Editor.: J. C. Tone, of Brooker was a busi- the woman's tonic, in 22 Tp ->S. R M E, iJ acre*. assessed D. C.j| 12-13-St. 'IS..,, .\\1' : ,: ._
I I nen visitor to Lawtey Saturday. the treatment of many rt
('. f.: MosMey came over from Jacksonville I HIM troubles "peculiar to --
and] spent Sunday with hit + women. The thousandsof -I
1218 DECEMBER 1918It family in the Router settlement.M.rH women who have been :

i : A. U. revatt, C. R. Sapp and I belped by Cardui in the
t .cis.I now [ rva { wan | i:u | mj | .A J W II Burt were visitors to Starke Don J. Perrv Savs Wife Has past 40 years, is conclu-
Thursday sive proof that it is a Lasting RemembranceYou

:: i <\, Jamr-H Shepard came down from t Gained Twentv-eiaht nounds good medicine for women
who suffer. It should
Baldwin and Sunday with his
1 ,; F 5T9 101112 1314 family here. spent I and He Has Gained Ten + help you too. wouldn't give a gift if you thought the recipient
+ I W. E. Torode was a business visitor' Since Thev Began Taking !
to Jacksonville Thursday. Take i!; would soon neglect the gift and forget the gi\er.
1516171811912021 Tanlac.
.4 I E. E. F5urney and II. R. Sapp were
; s h' visitors to Starke Sunday. II : Then give gifts that LAST---that contribute plea

} 22232423T28 i Alex Howe and niece, Miss Bessie "My wife has gained J twenty eight 365 in the
| McCormick of Gainesville were pounds and I have gained ten pounds CARDUIWoman's ure days year---
.i guests ',fIr: and Mrs. A. A. Smith a in the past few weeks since we; u-iran

N _ _ _ few days ago. I taking Tanlac," said I Don J. P..r'. a
.. Mr, f.. L. Blackburn spent several well-known business man. -.sidi" e jtri70
? ----- ---- -- --- ;, days in Jacksonville last week. Quince Street, Salt Lake r. .. I Itah. JEWELRYThere

r Now that tho war is over IctH get Joe Allen camp over from Jacksonville + : The Tonic +
s, vY 'I buck to thinking about good roads for and spent Sunday with his family "Mrs. Berry had suff'prtfrom -iKim a(
d d t Bradford county. near I.awtey. nch trouble for'a long time' he con >
Varner of(
N. E.
I e'6 yie 1 i :M. I.. !I.oadholtz of Jacksonville, tinued. "She; had no appetite and tOIl1. u
v t raised the "root Sunday here with his family. plained of 'he Hixson, Tenn., writes: is scarcely an article in our entire stock that '
l If hogs that were on i spent a heavy feeling; in pit "1 was throughthe
r hog or die plan have provided a large I Th" children of the three Lawtey !. of her stomach. She was extremely passing 1Y back and would not make a suitable present for mother, father
part of the meat supply of this county Sunday schools are busily practicing !: nervous and I don't believe sh dept sides wereA terrible and
I' ii' for years past then hogs that are for Christmas tree entertainment.' I has much as two hours! out of tw" nty- my suffering; indescribable. sister, brother, son, daughter sweetheart or friend.
Fr -., given reasonable care will give the 1 .\. M. Blanchard and daughter, Wilma four in over two years. Sh. ost + I can't tell Just how
? y+!t. .. farmers an ample supply of meat for visited the fair in Jacksonville I weight and strength continually and and where I hurt aboutall Jewelry is, and has been always the PROPER
k' r home use and a big surplus) to sell. last week and remained there for several could not attend to her household du over I think! . 1
,', I i ) days I ties. She tried everything we Would began Cardui, and my a Christmas present.--and our jewelry is of the PROPER -
i M L Bradford county farmers should begin ,; :Mrs. Paul Dinkins, of Jacksonville, find and nothing gave: her any relief pains: nrew loss:: and less: kind.
p I t to raise hogs for the market !i has been upending a few pleasant days until we got Tanlac. Her stomach until 1 was: cured. I am a
i now
with relatives in Lawtey. I trouble is entirely she can remarkably: ctrcn;: for a
>t w f next fall. Get your stock business hogs that and get I I I Robert DinkinB while playing bas eat just anything she wants without I + woman C4 years of age.I A nice line of wrist watches in Elgin, Walthamand
into the best
4 paying( you ket ball in the school yard last' week I any trouble and besides gaining the t do all my housework."
p can possibly engage in. The hog crop i I broke his E.78 Geneva. Gents and boys sizes in Elgin Wal--
+ ( of this ought to be worth half I met with an accident and twenty-eight pounds, she is able 'o dos Try Cardui. today
a million dollars! next fall, and it will I, arm. I IJr. Brown was quickly mimmoned He- I all her housework and seems like a II tham and Illinois.
6 and the arm was set In splints. l different person.
be if our farmers will get busy. was removed to his home where he in "As to my own case, I had been in a
f I Our line of LaValliers is Diamond
quite complete.
rJ '
I getting along fine and able to be out. nervous rundown condition for three ,
The state fair at Jacksonville seems Wash Fennell of :Melrose, was a I My appetite was so thatI Cameo and assorted Cuff
years. poor Roll Call stone mountings. Links
to have been a big success this year. home of Mr. and :Mrs. The Red Cross Christmas ,
I visitor at the I would
who visited it speaks in hardly average one good meal Dec. 16-23. Enroll now. The Red Cross
Everyone !
4 + t the weekendand Brooches Tie
A. :Blanchard' during Pins.
and I had ambi
I day'
l a no energy or
glowing terms of the showing of the I I interested in the cane will need your help for months to come
was greatly tion. I have improved in
every way
i1 state's products. Bradford county was I
po' i this time, but we grinding.A since I started taking Tanlac. NOTICE TO DERTORS AND CREDITORSAll If your Diamond is needing attention or getting
r, not a prize winner dinner will be hardly
I! big chicken pilau petite Is so good that I can penoon. Indebted to the *m.t< of John
4'14 ; I had a fine exhibit and it will doubtless spread in the City Hall at the noon eat enough to satisfy it. I eat three Culver late of Hartford. Connecticut, and formerly loose in the mounting have it attended to. We have a
} be of value to us as an advertisement. .
; the Ladies of Bradford Ownty. Florida
I hour tomorrow, Saturday, by hearty meals a day and then want requested to their Mid debts forthwith nice line of in 14-k and white
pay ring mountings gold gold.
1 4 I Aid of Grace :M. E. church at the .
I more. I have picked up ten pounds in and all persona having elainu ....,n.t Maid p.
3Sw small charge of 33c; per dinner Including weight/ and feel better than I have in tat shall ale the am0. duly ..uth.nt..d.with ,
,+,r4 M Col. Peter O. Knight, of Tampa, is pie, the kind that mother used! to a long time.. We both think that Tan. the unileniifrned adminintrator. within one Spectacle and eye glass mountings. Broken lense
y offering $1 per pound for a 20-pound year from daU hereof! or they will be foreverbarred 8
h ft make. There will be plenty for every lac is the greatest thing of its kind in matched order. done
$ { sweet potato. He is temporarily sojourning :I body and everybody is expected to the world." Thi. Drermber 10. 1019.RICHARD. or ground to Repairing as

in Philadelphia and wants to i come, especially the business men. Tanlac is sold in Starke by C. P. Ca. ALBERT.Admlnl.r..or promptly as possible.You 9
y ( show those pennsylvamans what Florida feast, it of estate of John Culver, de.eea.ed .
) Let miss this glorious
i I
no one son and by one druggist in every townin .
soil will do. If Bradford coun 12.13.66NOTICE
'E r t 3i ty farmer has a yam any that will tip the I is Don't for a good forget patronize the Xmas Bradford county.-Adv.S_ I will find a very good line of Stationery and

tam at 20 pounds and will so notify bazaar which will be held in connection LM: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Novelties at usually low for the Call I
k+ the Bank of Starke an effort will be ''with the chicken pilau dinner in theI I SMITHHARRISA >EK SECTION LAWS OP S FLORIDA OF CHAPTER 4565, prices quality.

made to get Colonel Knight's 20-dollar City Hall tomorrow. It's the place to Hereby notice I. given that T. J. Alderman and see for yourself.
this I quiet home wedding occurred at purchaser of tax sale certificates t
bill landed in county. numbered 1
k? t Ile buy your Christmas presents, the best the home of the bride's mother, Mrs 171. 174 .n.ll72 Issued by the Tax Collector for \
for the cheapest. Come early and take Amanda Harris, Monday, when her Bradford County Florida, laid, certiflcau-s 1,
The members of the legislature 171 and 174 being dated the 6th day of July
[ t would certainly have "heard from your pick. and inspiring daughter: Jessie, was united in mar A. I). 1915. and certificate number 172 bens, U. D. MINER
i home" if they had abolished the railroad Two very riage to :Mr. David A. Smith of Rocky dated the 4th day of September A. P. 11116.
i services were held' in Grace M. E. has tiled the said certificate In
Point, Alachua county, Justice J. C. my office! and
commission. There is no doubt church Sunday. The morning servicewas I has made application for tax deed to Issue, In
Poppell officiating. The bride is the Starke FlorIdaJt'
i 'F in the mind of anyone at all convert given over to the subject of Food accordance. with law. The said certificates re. ,
daughter of one of our best families spectlvely embrace,
sant with the facts that the railroad the following lands in
of the
6'' commission has saved to the Conservation at the suggestion tnd the groom is a well-to-do farmerof Hradford county Florida, assessed at the date '
government, and appropriate music his section.CLASSIFIEH. of the Issuance of such certificates In the BOKHiHmiHaai i f of this state millions of dollars, and was rendf'red.lrR.: J. D. Randall, district -
1, ) they have not wrecked the railroads,, chairman of the conservation i ---

$ either. Those who want the railroad campaign for this section, being so ; 1Jtum" Ii'.JtHur,.....,.."''''=...='''''''...m''''' ...'..,.........u", .",",..", .=..,"U"'WWU''j'' ''
.'2 commission repealed are generally thoroughly familiar with the plans of
,, those who did not want it created. ''the food administration, was invitedto

H V The republicans are very, very anxious speech give was the leading read by address.the speaker Hoover'a who I CAN IT REALLY' !' BE POSSIBLE ?

i to find some fault with the way then outlined the present food situation FOR SALE:-Good work mule, cheap I
the war was conducted and have at and<1 the problems confronting the for cash. Chas. :Mills, Starke. 13-2t.
MSS'i last fallen upon President Wilson's United States food administration in

visit to the peace conference as a subject its great: task of rescuing the world FOR SALE-10 gilts 4 brood lows,I
i of eritle'sm. There are mighty from the danger of famine. Duroc strain. Geo. A. Gardiner. In4t '
few people! in this big countrv of ours Mrs. Randall made an earnest appeal 11-lS-tf.
who do. not feel better, and, safer in the to the people to stand by the government
knowledge that the president will her and carefully follow all its
,y on hand when the great worM! quos- suggestions' for the saving of food. By FOR SALE-Ford touring car, nicely !Ii!
thins. com" lip for settlement, Our motion and rising vote which was I equipped and in first class con ,
%1 t boys were trusted to him to (fight the 1 unanimous the church pledged itselfto dition. Kay Roberts, Route 2, Starke:

j war nnd wn need him there" ? see that support in every'way possible the 12-6-2t.
f WP I lose, nothing of what they fought food administration, in the work of relief ----
i for. So far ilK this little weekly paper to suffering humanity across the STRAYED-Yellow Jersey cow with +'
li .sw
j io concerned wi are glad, the president crumpled horns. She is wearing; bell.

A went und we hope he will lie sure to seas.The evening service was in charge of Marked with hole and undersplit.
stay until everything is settled right the Epworth league. It was a recognition Anyone finding; her please notify I *
I There is not another man in the United and dedicatory service in honorof Lee Anderson, Glen St. :Marys, Fla. .
1 States who understands! the situation the men from this section who enlisted HAVE A .I ? HEART
FOR RENT Farm with 65! acres of -
as well he dona. I -
ns in the service of their country
open land, either for sure rent or to
+ : 'and it was the !second service of its I
In the course of a senatorial hearing kind hold in Grace :M. K.: church this cropper who can supply himself; 4 i .
+ the department of Justin at Washing yonr.A I miles west of Starke. J. L. Underhill r S

ton has! given out the information that new service flag hud! been purchased Starke. 1122tf.
J t Germany: spent seven and a half million on which were placed. seven I''
; I 1 ,,1 dollars in her efforts to create pro- stars in honor of the seven boys entitled I FOR SALE-LOK carriage; one 50-
I German; sentiment in this country. to recognition nnd not r 1 inch and one 48-inch circular saw; :
iP.1} The money was used in the purchase ly honored on the first (flag prl'vnuR-1 steam engine./ Price of all $225. I
0 ft nf newspapers und the bribing of influential The flog wits hung in front :May be seen at 'my place near New Ia
men. It has been shown that pulpit and while the organ softly I River long bridge. S. C. Crews,
f'' k i on effort was made, to stir up trouble played appropriate patriotic airs, and<1 |I Lake Butler, Fla. 1262t.

n among the negroes of the South, but as the pastor called the' names of the I
that they proved too loyal for any men. those doing them honor stepped WANTED-If you own a farm that
4 headway, to be made in this direction.I quietly up to the pulpit one by one, receiving you want to Bell, let us submit you
;''I "i t i Speaking generally the witness who I a name slip from Mrs. Even-: a proposition to subdivide, advertise
+ .' has given all this information to the I den and
i 1 Senate ,committee said thnt what money flnThe scene was reverential and in selling land at auction. Campaign..-for Liberty Bonds, Red Cross UnitedV'ar Work Agencies Polish French and Belgian children
It w 1 was spent in the South was worse impressive and was before a large and 'an best of references.
thnn wn tel., In other words, the peo.lie appreciative congregation.One Write Dixie Realty & Auction Co., are going to"STOP in their giving NOW ?

O of the South were too decent and : particularly touching scene win Box 71, Greensboro N. C. 12-13-2t.
l to accept any of Germany's dirty I enacted" when Mrs. Louis II. Hill tho I 2OW. when the slender'little arms of HELPLESS BABES-Hcmeless and Orphan children-righ
It bus often been said that and champion Marr McCray, Alexander Ott,
money. well known soldiers' friend Reedy "
} the South i is the mont American part I, was railed to attach a gold star Arthur Pearce Harold l Pearce Howard hereonYOUR OWN DOOR STEPS, are stretched out PLEADING for YOUR help to give themgooodthomes

I of America and this circumstance in honor of one brave boy, Arthur I i Randall. Theophilus Reddish, Arthur ;; love.'care, education and'opporlunity' *

..d seems to prove it. Butler, who gave up hit life in theservice Sapp, Mike Schunck, Pete Schunck, c::=; _____ __ ._ __ ._... _ _
of his country.Irs.: Hill in giving ] Brooks Starling/ John Starling, Ernest I THE CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF
E EVEIttREENEvergreen : ; : : the details of the soldier's death i ito Wells Dolmar Wilkinson Evan Wil.kinson "Florida1. Greatest Charily"meeting -

the congregation, paid loyal tribute | Marion Wilson Carl Wooten, needs of over" a'Thousand Homeless, Helpless" and Needy Kiddies each year from every section of the Statf"IS "'

: Dec 1't.:\ --Hrynnt Redding I to the departed hero and the pinning James Hannan( Welter W. Futch. Les- regard fo the'creed or nerd. is pleading for $50.000 before Christmas to I
t enable the society
spent Saturday night with his' of the gold star as the end of that part ter Griffls (deceased)I. Robert Griffls. Day"to ..
!grandparents: und :Mrs It. Wilkinson of the ceremony became a very affecting Second Flag-:Mike Futch Jerry close_ lI re i work! of !I9I8.! FFRFE FROM DEBT:, and!provide?! .forTwelve Hundred Children in i

scene Witcher, David Reddish, Laurie Edwards need in 191 I 9, and"asks that his'amount be given in Liberty Bonds, War Savings Stamps, Cash or Subscriptions
C'nrl :Moselcy came down! from Jacksonville The pastor then offered the dedicatory Noah Starling, Calvin Prevatt, Q
t r and spent the week-end, with I prayer. Professor Blackburn was GritT Philips. to be paid in 1919.
his fnmilv.I. the speaker of the evening nnd delivered The eyes of the people of Lawtey I

M. Rosier and daujhtl'rliKIt: Do- 'I an appropriate patriotic a< were opened in pleasant surprise ; loris, were chopping in Raifonl I Suturflnv. Th> congregation listened with 1lrell8'l :Monday There were signs of life and .
1 dative interest as he carefully activity on the porch of the Edward on the other ide ?
I : 4 Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Starling and ed. his Ideas in a well balanced speech I residence on !Main street. Mrs. :M. E.

Mrs.' J. N. Starling visited Mrs. J. W. on twn pain points! of sacrifice and ,, Edwards had returned once again and Send" your Bond Stamps C f'ct.lfonf'Y Order! Subscription, jn through Chairman, send
$ County or !
CJriffig; Saturdnv, night gum. There was much food for thought while it walt only for the day it was your
Mrs. J. Wilkinson and children in the professor's address. none the less pleasing to her many it direct tn our TreasurerR.; V.,Covington 4181Stmes\ Ruilding: Jacksonville' and help us, and your

II visited Mrs. J. W. GriflU\ Sunday. :Much credit i is due Mesdames: Louis''' friends, all of whom were like Teddy County go "over;-the" top; fo-Florida'--; ; ;; ;;-Needy Children;;:-and-PLEASE DO -IT NOW, before you
Gad Griffls and Andrew Wilkinson II. Hill nod, W. II. Edwards for their Roosevelt used to say, De-light-ed.
spent Saturday night! at the home of manae<>nu>nt of the musical part of the I An interesting call meeting of Grace forget.
Mr. o1! W. Wilkinson. program nt both services.' A framed church Ladies Aid was held Monday at

i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Forsyth and chart has liven. ordered, giving the!' i the parsonage and the consequencewill Asking SOME aid, no matter how large or small it may be, from every man, woman and child in this
family spent Sunday at Elarbee.: names nf the heroes and the numbersof I be some good eats for dinner Saturday -
u !Mrs. James Rosier returned Wednesday their stars. na they appear on the I at the City Hall. Mrs. J. H. county we are your servants in a noble cause,
from a visit with her parentsat flags. The chart and the flags will be :Moore, the president is expecti I home
Island Grove.J. hung in the church. I from Alabama at the end of the week The Children's Home Society of Florida
T. Rosier spent Sunday at the The names of those on the Honor and her friends are smiling ni the
;+ State Farm. Roll as they appear on the flags are though of the possibility of her arrival -
I given as follows: I in time for the dinner and bazaar. STATE HEADQUARTERS---428 St. James Building Jacksonville Florida.
CAR! f' THANKS First Flag-Claude Addison Randolph Rev. (;, S. Henderson formerly pas

Addison, Robert nla rharll. I, tor of the M. E. church. South has W. H. BAKER. President R. V. COVINGTON
t Treasurer
\Ve wish to thank our friends for :Marcus Brown, Wilmot Brown, Henry been appointed by the Annual Con- Judge ; ;
their kind. attentions at the time of Burney, Arthur Butler, (deceased" ) ference to take charge of the work at MARCUS C. FAGG, State Superintendent.
the d<'ath of our loved, one, Mm.: Eve- I (George; Cousins Arthur Griffith; Ray: Port Tampa and Seffner :Mission. Rev.

I Ivn Itennett. Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Imnnd I lieu, r Rufus Jackson, Albert J. C. DIKKS i l will succeed him in the
J For the Family. i Jennings, John :Marr Ed Marr, Owen Lawtey appointment. IjnmrnIDWWQHIII1 MIIB l-,..uu JmmtDW)UU'UJ."u "'mJ."mnot

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:Mrs. Nelle Hughes left Saturday for Our aim is to sell the best of paralysis on last Thursday. We are ,I in town on business Thursday. In conversation -
Washington, where she will spend sev- ,'eryglad to report that I>r. Scott is with a representative of tho 1
eral weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ella goods for the least money- improving and his friends hope he will Telegraph: Mangum said that during -

Bits of LocaliInformation Kate Stuck._ Sternberg's.Dr. soon be up and around again. the month of November he get out
122,312: :! camphor trees on the farm lie t
$2.50 Silk Waists, all colors, Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic All colors of wool serges at is now planting the seed bed for nextyear's H,

sale price $1.95 at Cash De- for Chills, Fever, Grippe and Influenza less than they cost at whole- nursery stock. This seed bed
for sale only by Mitchell's Drug (consists of 150 acres. It is tho intention -
partment Store. Store. Price 30c. sale. Stump's.Mr. of the company to set out 10,000

C-hoj Omr T_ft*. ....,.,.... .-II acres to camphor trees as rapidly' :ispossible.
Mrs. N. B. Hull and Mrs. A. Price I The workers at Red Cross headquarters A. W. Mangum, manager of the There are now about 1,000
were visitors to Jacksonville Tuesdayof enjoyed a delightful treat given big camphor farm east of Starke. was acres set to trees
T. last week, and while there enjoyedthe ; I 1 by Mrs. A. Price on Tuesday after H____
.I State Fair. I' 14
noon. At four o'clock sewing was laid

join the Red Cross next weekJ $1.50 value Lisle hose, sale Shoes of all kinds at bargain aside and and delirious, !hot chocolate homemildcake, nut sandwiches were- Santa Glans Has Arrived At

price 49 cents at Cash Depart- 'I served by Mrs 1'rice.
M.Conner, of Raiford, was in prices. .
ment Store.

own Saturday.- ----- - and Mrs D. E. Knight hud as $2.00 Linen Waists, Sale Shriver's Store At Brooker
Fresh groceries ]ull'.. Mrs A, V. Long will return tomor- guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. I price $1.19. Cash DepartmentStore.
row from Jacksonville where she has Blitch and Mr. Dewey Morris, nil of

Mrs J. M.! Tatum visited friends in been spending awhile. Green Cove Springs. .

[J k-nnville last week. Horace Wilson has been musteredout 1
Messrs. Jim Ritch and N. Sternber
Pine tree taffeta $1.75
) were the Starke visitors to the per of the S. A. T. C. of the University -
Sale on boys' suits at state fair last Thursday. yard-the well known qualityat of Florida, Gainesville, and has
returned to Starke mid resumed his
Stump's. Morgan'sCorporal
studies ns a member of the graduatingclass
A beautiful line of
ginghams of the Bradford County High
.1! p Peeples, of Hampton, was a I, and other dress goods at Sternberg's. I Ben Rosenberg, of Camp School.
,u. ne-- visitor to Starke :Monday MrClellnn, Anniston, Aln., is spendinga
--- I ten-dny furlough with his sister, Mr. Albert Anderson received a telegram 1) 4 .t iM t
t I. ,H line of cigarettes and cigars at Mrs. N. Sternberg, in Starke. Thursday morning from his ,/
Val nva's. Miss Doris Scott spent several days brother, George Anderson, announcing "
In Jacksonville last week taking/ in the 75 cent Boys' Fleeced Un- that he and< Will Stringfcllow hud arrived -
'It, O L. Huynes and Col. A. 7. Ad. fair and visiting friends. at New York from England. The
from the influenza. derwear sale price 49 cents at
[iiu- are suffering young men expect to reach home in a
Bread, cakes and pies at Hull'sStore. Cash Department Store. few days
Special prices for the holi- -
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ays on crepe and georgette Bring your Christmas turkey to the Our Christmas goods will be
;Mrs. n. E. Knight spent the weekend -
\ Model Bakery for cooking 12-13-21.
vaists at Morgan's.Lucy in Jacksonville visiting friend on display Monday. Stump's.The 4 v II

I' and attending, the state fair. Mrs C. L. Morrow, of Tampa wa
Prevatt, of Brooker, was at- ----- -- -- of the
the truest last week of Mrs. F. A. young Baptist
miling to business in Starke :\Ionay A beautiful lot of ladies' hat l'4<'ott. Mesdames Morrow and Scott church held!. a social at the public fc

, arrived at F. F. visited Jacksonville during the week. school building last Thursday!: evening
trimmings just
It; was u very ,enjoyable: affair, every-
Butter-nut bread and rolls, fresh ev- Stump's.Supt. $2.50 Ladies' Flannel one having n good time. The luncheon
ry day at the Model Bakery. gownsat consisted of chicken, rice and sand the little folks in t", '
E. R. Poppell has been in the $1.70 at Cash DepartmentStore. wiches. The social committee is to be Bring ;
SeiTour new silks. Stump's. western part of the county this week commended for its success.
visiting schools in that section. I
:Mrs./ D. M. Gorntp, of Jacksonville, I V. R. Prevatt. the well known Hampton Reduced prices on 9-4 and to see the many pretty f
Gently visited her sister, Mrs. W. J. $3.00 Silk Waists sale price barber, recently sold his shop in 10-4 sheetings, also 36 and 39
Ipperson. I $2.45 at Cash that town and is now presiding over a
__ DepartmentStore. chair in the S. L. Alvarez shop in inch Sea Island sheeting. Mor- things we have for

$2.50 value ladies black ,!, Starke.
sale $1.19 at Cash I The line of hats at Knight's Millin- gan.Mr. '
ose, price Wine sap apples, fresh cocoanuts, ery are the season's best. Call an'd F. F. Stump returned home on I, 1 their amusement this -i j'
apartment Store.Mrs. II walnuts and Brazil nuts at Canova's inspect the line. Monday from Jacksonville, where he I I M Sa- .dqSX V reA *> V.
had been nerving on the United States
W. II. Miner is spending sev- Mrs. L. L. Conner and daughter, grand jury. Judge Shepard excused Christmas '
ral days this week in Lawtey with 1 j Miss Reba, of the Wateroak section, Mrs. C. A, Knight returned Tuesday him from further service in order that J season .f
elutives. were in town shopping Monday. from Jacksonville where she has been
he could return home and! attend to his |
1 for the past two weeks in Riverside I duties as county chairman of the | 9 ?lq b44rrr 4
Santa Claus has arrived at Shriver's Holiday offerings in hand- Hospital the throat.undergoing an operation of Christmas Red Cross roll call. I i
lion. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, kerchiefs, neckwear, etc., at I I Lust Friday' quite n number of the''' 4
us attending to business in Starke Morgan's. Men's suits at $12.98. They local people visited Jacksonville and .
HI Friday. are all wool, blue serge. See the State Fair, among the number being / v ,tiThe
F. A. Scott, of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. J. P. Tomlmson, Laurie
Beautiful coat suits just ar- the first part of the week in Starke them at Sternberg's.Representatives Tomlinson Misses Kathleen Alvarez'l]
ived at Sternberg's.Mrs. with his father, who was very ill Ella May Long, Anna Canova, I
__ A. S. Crews and R. Mrs. W. C. Powell N. T. Ritch, Mrs. I II In.
I Get Christmas fruit cake at A. Green and Assistant Chief ClerkE. I T. Clark, Miss Nannie Howcll and I
I your
L. V. Moore and daughter, Miss I the Model Bakery. 12132t. M. Johns arrived home Sunday, the Vivirette Floyd.
erthu, were visitors to the State Fair I special session of the legislature having -

'ednesday. Are you looking for bargainsSee adjourned on Saturday.Dr. 35 cent Hickory Stripes, sale

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns, of the Sternbeqj. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic price 28 cents at Cash Depart-

'ew tarke River Monday.Rolls section. were visitors to I for Chills, Fever, Grippe and Influen ment Store..

Dr. J. P. Tomlinson returned Fri za, for sale only by Mitchell's Drug

pies, cakes and bread. Hull's. I day from Valdosta, Ga.; being called Store. Price 30c. Mrs. Z. J. Roberts, after spending
there by the serious illness of his sister the Thanksgiving holidays with her Shriver

Dr. N. C. Berry, of Jacksonville, 100 Ladies' Rib Underwear, parents, Judge and Mrs. (Geo. A. Gardiner Company,
i me down to Starke Thursday on pro- I sale price 71 cents at Cash De- returned! to her home at Hastings
'ssiorwl business. $6 to $7 Children's Coats at Sunday. Judge and Mrs. Gardi- BROOKER FLORIDA
partment Store.R. ner accompanied her home, making !!' r I.k I.
at the Cash
DepartmentStore. ,
the trip by auto. The Judge reports I -
800 vards Outing at 20c on Hastings booming and the growers beginning
aturday and Monday at F. F. - Y. M.C.C.Widler A. at Camp, who Johnston is attached, favored to the to plant their Irish potatoes. I

tump's. I Herbert Ritch came up from South the Bradford County High School last
land College Monday and was a guestat Tuesday morning with an eloquent address Millinery our specialty pri.1
Mrs E. W. Stewart spent Friday in the home of his uncle, Mr. N. T. on the subject of the era in which ces are right. Sternberg's. The man who knows most about
cksonville visiting her brother and Ritch.. We live.Ladies'. C the dangers and the horrors of fire
uing the big fair. I in the almost dally .
Rex G. F. !Scott i lit the guest of relatives V
Bring the children to see Santa Clausat
and children's hats 4 i
Shriver s. here this week, having come up to deadly outbreaks. Ask any
$5.00 Silk Waists, sale price being closed out at S Stamp's.' on Monday from Bartow where he was -:- s fireman about the advisability. of
in att.( ndunce at the Methodist Conforpmi .
2.95 at Cash Department.I Gingham outing and yellow to be with his father, I Jr. A, being insured and he will tell you
tore. I homespun 20 cents at t Stump's Mrs. A. S. Crews attended the funeral L Scott, who suffered, a slight stroke f f it is the wisest and safest thing I 3a
of her I'IisterlnIawlr8.' : .
E. E.
to do, to protect yourself against :
55 Saturday and Monday only.Mr. fowling, held in Lake City last Sut- r. : _
cents for cash trade
paid ,
eggs or toes Then coma to ui and let us 1
mova'x store. I urday. :Mrs Dowling died on the 5th $ I
nut., after write a policy in ono of tho
McLnin manager of the Quigley an operation at a hospital _ 1 you
I Lumber and Supply Co., in Orlando. reliable companies we represent.The .
Miss Lucile Tatum went up to Jack- was a COTTONWHILE
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nville lost week to see "Pollyanna"the business visitor to Jacksonville last i cost Is small
Duval theatre. Friday. $4.50 black silk plaid, sale'

price $2.95 at Cash Depart-
Delayed shipment of silk and I Men's underwear $1.10 a ment Store.One HOLDING

rge skirts means close pricesnd suit at Sternberg's.Dr. .

quick sale sat Morgan's. of the largest displays of millinery INSURE WITH : JOS. E.WILSON
and Mrs. G. W. Key arrived ever shown in Starke. Knight's

Hewitt C Jones spent several days Thursday the home morning of Mr.for and a few Mrs.days T.stayat II. Millinery. Call and Inspect the line. J. R Davis & Co. i
this week in Jacksonville attending Proctor. -- STARKE FLORIDA
business matters. Mr. W. G. Brooks and! family left STARKE, FLORIDA
I Wednesday for the Camphor Farm, 10 I
The Cash & Carry Store pays 55 Men's heavy top shirts being I miles east of Starke, where they will ,
nti cash for eggs It. closed out at Stump's.Good reside in the future, Mr. Brooks having -- I
accepted the position of manager of --

,1lessrY. .1. L. Peek, N. Sternberg one-horse farm of 25 acres, the commissary at the farm. hiIII
d I G. C. Livingston! were in Brooker stumped; good buildings; for rent 'or -
"nday on business. half crop. Enquire at Bank of Starke.Go See our line of serges, Danish -

You can find what you want at to Canova's for all kinds of fruit poplar cloth and invisible

iriver'a. for your Christmas cake. checks.Morgan.Allan We can please you. III Not Measured In

Canova and Jim Kickliter returned -

Below Cost Sale of I hey having home been Tuesday mustered from out Atlanta of the,

I I S. A. T. C. of the Georgia Tech. These Dollars and Cents
young men have come home to spend
Shot the holidays and will return to school
Gun Shells the first of the year. i

Trunks at cost. Sternberg's. The lull measure of a bank account it not merely in the number of dollars and cents

Smokeless Shells 93c. box you succeed in galling together. The full measure is found in the l
Case of 500 COFFINS
$18.00 CASKETSAnd '

Black Powder Shells 79c. box Undertakers'a fall line Supplies of HABITS OF THRIFT I

All fresh stock. Have larger stock Always Automobile on hand. The inculcated during (the time the account ii accumulating. This; bank solicits the opportunity -

Mr-/ to co-operate with you in accumulating both the account and the habit. i
Than I wish rice at the lowest price.. Special
to Don't
carry. miss i Attention tx telegraph ord<-rs.'

this bargain. I i 1 I Registered DeWITT C.Embalmer JONES BANK OF STARKE. f

DeWIIT C. JONES I: 1 Starke, Fla. I

Starke Florida Tb Quinine. That
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111m! :? INN- Of The County ,r II Bradford County Farmer]

r. MILI.EK Scott" Andrew, of Brook, was inour T. C. Hazen has moved in the MaI LET FiRM HELP SPECI.\LI skin-side down and cover them with

: I ,section Wednesday on business. I theny cottage recently purchased by isr I :SL'PPLYOl'R NEEDS chopped ice. If the meat remains in TO FIGHT

( Ja.-'oliMIl: Anna Hello ::0.11"1. Marzee Starling spent part of I.. D. Baxter, on Main street.Mrs. this condition for 24 hours it will be

i ( Miller, Dee. entertained their last week at LaCrosse. with ;relatives.! :\ Rouse, of New River was here Tie government office of farm help l thoroly chilled. If, however, cold

Tr 4 t'r and Earle Peeples at the home of :Miss Florence Walker attended the > Saturday shopping specialist( for Florida, conducted byJ. storage is convenient, with facilitiesfor

friends with and :MrB. H. C. Pee- I fair at Jacksonville last week. I i Mrs. I. W. I'inholsur spent .Saturday U. Traxltr, located at and cooperating handling! meat, it may b ,
their parents Various games :Mr. and Mrs Doss Starling and with relatives at Pine hill with the extension division of the economical to place the meat in the

'- r pies Friday evening.until late hour whenvery children of Cooter Pond spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. 1'. & Colson and little University of Florida, will be sri ad. cooling: room until thoroly chilled and

were played a them- here, guests of Mr. and Mrs. ., son. Howard, were visitors here Sun to receive applications both from. ready for salting. Several ice plantsin -

) 'J, one departed" expressing the evening en- Percy Jones. day afternoon those wishing employment on the Florida have cooling rooms: provided Dr. Williams" No.1 101 Tonic

t selves at having spent :Mrs.! J. A. Graves spent part of last. i i :Messrs. L. Sowell and II. L. LewisI I farms Mid those needing farm help. for handling' the farmer's meat, f for

I joy ably. Dousrlass made) a V>usinesa week in Jacksonville, guest of relatives I were visitors to Worthington Sunday This office is intended as a clearinghouse and some have additional facilities'! for Colds and Fever Proves to I last While there be attended the I morning. bring together farm laborers salting and smoking. A nominal
i trip to Lake Butler one day Rev. G. Larramore charge is made for and for Be the Verv
u state fair. W. has moved I and farm employers, and if the public curing Thing For

avrlr. made business Little DufTie Abernathy visited his his family to St. Petersburg, when, will avail themselves of this free storing the meat until it is thoroly

1 e .aL :Mr. J. S. Brown a father in Jacksonville last week. will reside in the future. assistance no doubt good results will Ktired and smoked. Spanish Influenza)
Dukes one day past .
trip to W. O. Brooks, of Providence :Mr. Edmondson and son, Wiley, of I I they will reside in the future. follow. Mr. Traxler invites corres- -
t :Mr.[ and :Mrs
I'indertown were here Thursday on ;i Grandma Gainey is off on an extend SHORT COURSE FOR FARMERS Don't
was in this community last pondence subjects in any. way connected I l 1 neglect the simple: ru'e'! ,
.d business. i I ed trip visiting relatives. with farm. help. TO BE HELIJ JAN: 7-17 19TO health. One of these is t,, ,.,._ or
w visitor here We are glad to :Mrs. J. C 'p tb e
Eldon Baxter was a report
Mrs: H. C. Peeples made a business I mouth, the skin and the C ', ;.
+ Cone able to be Instruction Will
again. Be Given In Four
Thursday afternoon up SAVING: SEED tn
week OF
last IMPORTANCE That is .
trip to Worthington one H. day of :Mi- J. A. McKinney: of Sampson City, I Mrs. J. F. Brooks was on the sick POTATOESKeep : Courses .ea.y Another t ? rj]n|
II. the
c i Mr. and :Mrs Clyatt list last week. bodily vigor at or al."r
I ? and with the was a visitor here Thursday. ; [ft\
'; canopy, spent the week rhebley Fogg made a business! tripto I L. Anderson has purchased part .< Produce Your Own A very pratical TenDaShort the run-d wn systems 1 ; ,i : hat
l r 1 formers father, D. L. Clyatt. the farm owned A. A. Hazen Enough: to catch the "flu." If
II T. Kennett.of Bland, Starke Wednesday. j by near Plants i Course for farmerswill be held atI VFU J. .reel
d ( Mm.: ,
and visited relatives here :Mrs D. :M. Byrd and children spent this place, and is moving; to it. I I tfie University of' Florida College of strong and vigorous, yo j' help,

,6 i Alachua county, last week) here with relatives and i Little Artford Brown is on the sick there has '' Agriculture, Gainesville, Jan. 717. make yourself so by tae .c ,
last wek. number of few
t list this week.Members For a years
The friends of George :Miller friends. deal of difficulty in securing i The program will be chock full of doses of Dr. William :No; ) 1 '; ,
I i I Tnt
+ many : ( of the Woodmen been a great i )
Circle '
:III'. Williams, of Gainesville, was arurged e good things. It has been especially
n {11k I i are triad to know that he is rapidly a sufficient amount of draws It is a grand tonic. I-; \a \. ,'
: r here Thursday on business. to be present at the meeting!: prepared to meet the needs of those .. ew
whUh! life .
1 The In If ha\
from operation
an sweet potatoes. you. you th. .
recovering for planting ? <
Saturday afternoon Dec. 14th. Dr
of Starke busi
farm and
who have'
Henry was a
men women recently -
v J he underwent at the Riverside Hospital Death of shortage or draws has resulted in delaying Williams' No. 101 TonI, <-h"'. f ness visitor here Thursday.A. I Joseph Barry ,I i moved into the' state and of e q
,t at Jacksonville, some time ogre (',. Dyal of Starke, was here Friday 1 Uncle Joe Barry departed this life. the met: planting the regular those who wish to learn more about ken immediately. The qu- "e it

) i f1 r tl U. E. Brown made a trip guest of his daughter, Mrs. E. D. ', on Thursday, Dec. Sth, at 6 o clock, af- fields. This has been a very seri the modern methods of farming Four kills the influenza germs ,m'.,.. :'??,.

}tn to Dukes! one day last ter an illness of several months of' ous matter, since it has reduced the courseswill be The iron in it tones the ..
i Abernathy.Mrs. complete given Short -
r t I up : T: The
Mann ofT Lakemild' Butler, \
Pr J :M. materially
u : of the stomach. He had several total crop production very
visit here Lando :Maines, of Louise, was! a cancer Course in Tractors; Citrus Culture magnesia ingredient aits n ; '..
a professional one visitor here Friday. different physicians to treat him btrt: in the state of Florida. and Spraying Machinery; Animal and bowels. So you are ,r ,. rat
)i, day laht.ek. :Messrs. I IJ. J. Byrd and R. R. Jonesmade. could not do him any permanent good It is of highest importance!: Husbandry and General Agriculture; medical teal
bOn'worJ.oina. [ preparation y"--
who has ;
e r' s Mr. J. K. :McLeod, 'He was one of the pioneer settlers of every farmer who has good Florida j I :.gglst
business to Starke Friday. and
a trip Poultry Husbandry.:
1 at Jacksonville spent Saturday I his seed or drug dealer can '(upp') \ . >
; e r : Stone fair this neighborhood and was one of its I sweet potatoes to save own the J -, 5c
Mrs. George attended the As course of instruction isfree, I
) and, Sunday with his wife and have enough to and 50c bottles. Refu-e ,
at Jacksonville: Wednesday.Mrs. progressive farmers.Mr. and to be sure the only expense. attached white in -i > ;i""- anT

i children.Kh'i'ff" : Eula Wilson of Waldo, was Barry was a consistent member. furnish him with more than an abundance Gainesville is that of board, and very substitute. There i is noth t r.:' -iat n

y ; W. J. Epperson, of Stark, here Friday shopping.Mr. of the Missionary Baptist church and I of draws in the spring. The :reasonable rates can be secured. just as good.llIde: on!'; I :. ; ]I,

r.r 1tI In this community one day hut ,week. : and :Mrs. Jackson, of Cyril, were was an active worker along this line,'I high prices of sweet potatoes this. fall Count in Tractors Williams Co., Quitmai:, <; > \':
:Mr. C. E. Brown shipped tw. carloads here Thursday on business. ever ready to do a charitable deed or and the large amount that will be lost
\ d hogs to the Jacksonville winter make it Those farmers who have
banks this already
I in the ,
lend helping hand) to those need
( :Mr. and Mrs. Fogg motored over a in all members enrolled !by M.,\ ; -..
Cjit'l" Co. last work.'In quite certain that there is going to tractors or who propose to purchase ?
r'ja t to Gainesville Friday. or distress, and by his many'1I..tS of giving all competitnr ", ..
rv 1, many, friends of J. I.. Brown John Hell and daughters, of :Monte- Kindness will be greatly missed in the, be a shortage of sweet potato plants. same in the near future will find this which to feed out their-1\ -in
are (Clad to know he I is rpi'o.-r'nij' frnr.i next spring at the time they are need course to be especially interesting. .The
community.He ,
e been ocha, were here Saturday on business. I best entry so far ha>- !" '. ?II') . Eo
4r, 1. )! Influenza-Pneumonia., lie leaves to mourn his death it devoted . ed. Frequently a difference of ten Instruction in the care and operationof ,
9J li :Misses Ivy Sessions and Mary Mr-: I J. Kennard, Route, Gain.; Tee)
+ confired to hiM room for days. in time of and oil engines, tractors,
a David, of :Monteocha, attended church wife and six children three boys I days the planting out a gas as calf entered is a Hrnhr.
?kw4k 4' i j IJev. M. A. Woodiird, of Jnkin, hero Sunday and thl'Pe(11'111/ viz: :Mr. John Barry,, field of sweet potatoes has made the well as. other farm equipment such Zebu calf. It is st 'i'! i ed
Ga. of the Free Will Hap- bi't and fail as plows, harrows etc. will be given It
?c J pastor C. B. Roberts made a business trip of Lakeland Grover Barry, of LakeCity. difference >veen success weigh 374 pounds and "
( tilt church ut this place, has moved aturrla '. Otis Barry, of Brooker. Mrs, ure. Dean P. II. Rolf calls atten not only by means of lectures. but also The :mi
to Hampton specimen. snh .
: boy
tRri, with his family to Dukes. lien: Wilder i is spending) this weekin Hammond Lynn, of Brooker, :Mrs. )F. tion to the fact that it is of highest by actual work with the machines. it for demonstration an.i '. -''rl
:Mr. II. S. :Miller made a business Jones, of Waldo, :Mrs. Annie Harrell,. importance tsee that only disease The students will have the opportunityof .. nur.
Hampton, with his daughter Mrs. poses. E. J. is of the ir,,'. -idj
7e, a +t { trip to Lake Butler Saturday. I Elha :Strickland.:: of LaCrosse, all of whom were with, free and perfect tubers are kept for making repairs in the field, and cracker and when he "h ..
i I. r Charlie Kc-rc-e, of Lake Butler, nt- him during his last illness. producing/ draws in the spring. The will be advised. how to detect troubles 'ir: irj |
i ,
Little :Mamie Mills the week- to win he will ,
s s ( at the home of :III''. spent that arise. and how come \ \ : roe
r : y tended the party I large storage houses cannot be depended may best to adjust -
end at Hampton with relatives. The Interment took place at Antioch all he
vP r and ;Mrs.: II. C. Peeples Friday eve the seed same. Practice work will begiven says.
s upon to supply po- .
I :Messrs. J. H. Surreney and Will ( cemetery, the family burial The agent has woo \-ieai |

ning. H Waters made,j I Harley visited the county site :Monday. grounds Revs. G. W. S. Ware, ol f tatoes; they are likely to semi out in the shop slso, calves listed for sail af '! .* j 1 ad
:Mr. and Mrs. T. varieties that
F mixed stuff and might Citrus \ .
Culture and Spraying .
\ Worthington and Norris, of LaOosse, to have all boys write hi; .dad
f a business trip to Lake Butler I Sar-ah : I performing the last sad, riteThe be ill adapted to individual farms. I :MachineryThis i he does not make them :a ,i- "'rare |

nesday.Mr. Shaller visiting, Saturday. community extend their deepest sympathy Local storage houses can often save course will be divided into two they are ready to get th. "
was but
;' friends George here Sunday. Oliver Sparks and sister, Grace, at- to the entire family in their be- the sweet houses potato located seed at to a advantage distance;\ ,have separate parts, the first five days being St. Johns Boys Raise Duroc Jcr, .e ,. tended church here Sunday. reavement.IIU'I.ES. given to the discussion! of the disAloes
JJ J. K.: Thomas is the sick i the of The club '
{ :Mr. on .. frequently sent out worst kind contest :it > 'oh"j
I I D. J. Byrd and daughter/ :Mabel, ,: and pests of citrus trees and ,
list this week.Mrs. stuff for sweet County was held at > \ .- -
potatoes. -ine
: ,\ fruits and method of ,
Brooker after :\
motored to Saturday FLY FIlO1C.LH'OnL : I I controllingsame. .
and :Mrs R. A Nov.
: B. E. fliers 13. Seventeen pi'' .-at

roi ,a I fliers, of Dukes, was visiting thes' noon.:Mrs. R T. Crouch, of Gainesville. :-\ \ TO FLORIDA :ME1'11011 BUTCHERING:-\ I citrus. groves Spraying and machinery the care and,for repair the Jersey pigs were \'n' '" ,. I h vat\
Mrs. II, S. Miller estimated that the a'i.-:
formers daughter,
; \
HOGS 'I:ifl I
was u visitor. here Saturday afternoon. Washington. Dec 10.-Authority of the different parts of this machinery '
4 was not less than -II"I p
1 r on.
Rev. Riggs, of Starke, filled his reg- was granted by the war department to will comprise the of .
The farmers of this community urL : Be program test attended! Io\l aim. ,Itd
Necessary that Meat Completely was >
t busily engaged, in killing hogs andgrinding d I ular appointment here Saturday and :Maj. Albert D. Smith, commanding a Chilled the last five days of the course.. I of farmers and city !." .",!.LWinners n'-
Sunday. squadron! of five army airplanes which Course \nimaIHu..handr. and I

N tonal J :Miss Lottie cane.Stokes primary teachei. :Mrs. Browning, of Sampson! City ia left San Diego, Cnl., Wednesday for El General AgricultureThis in ManateeThe
here to the bedside of her daughter, Paso, Texas, to continue the trip to, Realizing the importance of carefully :Manatee county .>.m"1m
school the week-end withher L course will include I
of our spent V :Mrs. L. P. Prevatt. Dorrs butchering the hog and cooling some very be us..dend.,
Field, Arcadia, Fla., if possible, appropriated $50 tc
I parents at Lake has Butl..r.George returned. home I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberts, of Wa- If the trans-contenental night is madeit .. the meat in order to get the best results forage practical talks for on the best field and ing the first prize \\1111111111') i oo< .. r thi
Miller Florida value
? ,r. teroak here of will be the A. P. Spencer of the Universityof crops and and club -fthi
afttr undergoing operation at the a; were Sunday, guests first by a military aircraft use of fertilizers the of corn pig
an planning
| :Mr. and :Mrs C. B. Roberts. formation. Florida extension division gives Short Course at the t'lnemty,.
lIE, the
Riverside hospital, Jacksonville. some timely suggestions on the subs general farm work, feeding and Julian of Parish won fint
Is nicely breeding live stock, diseases. of ani- Corney
doing BROOK ERBrooker CROWN PRINCE:< RENOUNCES:-\ :< 111 I ject.The mals place In the pig club and. Role Downing !
t W. L. and Eugene Douglass made a j I hog should be confined for 24 etc. The Experiment Station of Parish first plat' ." tit
1 business trip to Lake Butler FridayN. hours before butchering. During this fields, barns and livestock will be used
N. H. Stokes made a business tri p I Dec. 13.-Many of the people time there should be plenty of water in connection with the practice and corn .
I l here spent Monday in Gainesville. Paris, Dec. 6. Crown Prince Frederick
to Starke Saturday. work that will be included
feed. This allows -
s l Mr. and Mrs) H. L. Lewis of Brooker .. Mrs. J. Nipper and little daughter,, Wilhelm has renounced his right t given him, but no in the course. The Make a compost heap thi fall
,,4, the intestinal tract to become empty, proper .
of Jacksonville here visiting rela- to the German throne. From two or four monthneee.i
were in this community ;Sunday: making the more easily i method of dipping cattle for ticks and .. .
carcass . '"h
tives. A received in Basel from I of nary for it to decay -tuffi.
Little Wilbur Dennison, son of Mr" dispatch cleaned. As hog [is killed vaccinating hogs for cholera will
as a
e i' and :Mrs S. H. Dennison, suffered injuries i (J. B. Colson motored to Starke on the semiofficial Wolff Bureau quotesthe fermentation begins in the intestines be a feature of this course. of benefit.

+ ) from being thrown from a hors e Tuesday' afternoon.i crown prince in renouncing< the food. This fermentation Course in (''
full of Poultry T(
|lif they are Husbandry From all nuthoritat -
E Gainey made a business trip to throne having said : .
several days He is in a seriou!i
3{ a ago. i Gaincsville'Monday.I : "I renounce formally and definitelyall may be sufficient to taint Instruction in the course will be comes the statement !h.* thf
S r condition. the meat should there be any delayin along modern lines bf war ended more f"'"d tn.i \f'U'
selection and
Guy Pinholster made n short trip to rights to the crown of Prussia and
d I
f r :Mr. Roberts, of Lake City, passec
As fresh absorbs 'he1
meat be'
butchering. breeding of better needed. With !
Lake Butler Saturday afternoon the imperial crown which would havefallen laying stock and
j' p through here Saturday enroute t< odors readily, it is not uncommon to better" balanced feeds are in Europe she < .1,' 01'
),1 s Worthington. T. P. Ward 1, of Hamlet, N. C., spent m by the renunciation of theemperorking as well as
4 :Mrs. :Murray Thomas made a IJusi.n.s .. part of the past week here with his! or for other reasons. find cured meat with a disagreeabletaste growing grazing! crops for the poul produce the same am."if.'". : -
family. "Given due to this cause. try. Special! lectures will be givenon / products. >hc did' a;
Stnrke i by my authority and signedby
t trip to Saturday.
One of killink which has beenI I I. 1a
p" S :Mrs. ('ornpli UII Stevens, of Jacksonville .. Carl Lewis was n visitor to Starke my hanlone' \ at Wieringen, December way poultry diseases, their prevention Until conditions agniti he
found to be satisfactory, is to and the it is to'\01"t, t
w Saturday afternoon. 1. 1918. I very care problems of the Florida up i
fkl IH visiting relatives here thi' :III'. and Mrs. Louis Shaw spent (Signed) "WILHELM" cut the main artery of the throat with poultry raiser, and other subjects of needed crops. Th. ure
week I' I 'ne
t I a long knife. This results in rapid interest. Demonstrations I course for farmer.>" '
;e :Monday: in Gainesville.Mr. will be
: :Mrs T. II. Waters made
business Mr. and trip to Lake Butler Wednes ti L I and, Mrs. J.. L. Johns spent last EIGHT[ -:MONTHS--lCl'IRED( !, and complete' bleeding. With hogs, given in the judging of poultry, hand I College of Agrictiltun All'

Jr day. 1'Wl''kllt the fair. TO BIMNG; H\CK THE: ARMY which are wild and hard to manage it linsof;\ eggs, killing and dressing uary wil aid the ''ni: " 1ut.
be best to stun them or to shoot poultry, and in ing larger at .1 n st
:Miss Luhedia Pinholster spent Sunday I may cooking and canning crops
Ueo. Shallar of Providence visiting '
3 was -
which case' .
them before ticklngIn fulinf*
i friends here Sunday.I. Pine with Hill. Miss :Mamie Pinholster, of Washington, Dec. 10.-Boston, New the bleeding\ must be done promptlyto -. Chronic COn..tipauon-,

:tM : a r E. Thomas I In on the sick list this L..j :Mr. and :Mrs John Shriver were visitors are York the Newport: ports. which News the and Departmentplans Charleston bl complete and leave no traces of "(. RII\\' Oly.TfIIc.t'n; : ; BOY This disease is recall .ion fight

week. blood in the meat. Hogs which have l'IWlllTIWLJ.. : T.. a ne: I
to rinyno !Sunday; afternoon. to use for the return of the NAME: 111'1.11.5The 1 by bad habits.
:, :Misses Virgin and Ruby Thomas army been chased or overheated will not ,, ' nao" I I.its.
6 ;, II. P. Gainey had l tht misfortune to from overseas.. Even; with this wide neat cure you must i 'i'' .
rt: ', Cora Spires and Seebcr Thomas, vi(f stick a nail through his foot last week distribution of the strain facilities bleed, freely, and if killed while in a annual club contest! for Clay In the meantime' :.. 'ro> er

J. Midway, attended the party at tha 1, and l it is now giving him a hit of trou1 and with German; ships on port at heated condition the meat is harder to county was a "big affair" this year. I Iain's Tablets. The> a"" ,ake
r home of :III'. and :Mrs. II. C. Peeplea 1 hie.i idle in German harbors employedon pr..sfOnt cure, even under, favorable conditions.As The parents were invited to come in i and. most agreeable +II'i "hey

Friday night. i Ben Crosby of Jacksonville soon as! the hog is dead it should i for a general celebration I 1 cost .- .VIJ. .
Is: the task, careful estimates show '' and the result only a quarter.No
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spending this week with his parents that the last of the could not he put into scalding/ vat, was there was over 500() people | - -
WOOIIJ.\W PARK I Inez Abernathy army there until the hair on the feet and. present. A barbecue had Healthy
spent Saturday in possibly reach the United States in been prepared Worms In a Childam
the bristles. the back
along slip easily.
Alachua.D. and i '
n regular
loss than with
eight months. Conservative wascarried All children troubled
I W<..<])awn. Dec. 1U.: -Messrs. D. L.f'hl1'JfI . J. Byrd and. daughter, Mabel, of calculations upon which the This should take about two minutes.1i out. Those who had made good healthy color, which Indlcaui pou- 'I.I l '.J",,.1

: K and J. S. Norman attendeil I the (Graham; were visitors here Saturday of the Department will preparations probably I i The body should be kept in motion records were brought on the stage and rule,there Is more. or !Ir.e .,m.' 'V0a IUn!

a r' fair at Jacksonville. Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon.Mr. be hnsed have fixed ten months- all the time so that its surface will be'' given;\ special recognition The work GROVE'S TASTELESS chlllTOM'. '!If
; i of last week. : scalded evenly. has received fine for two or three weeks will nri n I
t and :Mrs. W. Newsom of the ns the minimum a impetus for another 'aCenlogTonlctothewhulo '
s O. J-. L'holm and children were visitor (;'wham section spent Sunday with .!I As soon as the hair is scraped off '' year. prove thedieestlunanti ttasa'rf' 'tt :s. "
t t'> Starke Saturday; Mrs. Newsom's father, G. W. :Melvin. The Pensacoln Naval--Air- Station wash the: .skin with cold l water, and remove i One boy made a special fine I'prnl'l throwoRordiepeltheworm'5'; '11 II

; Mrs. llamp Hurry returned home Eldon Baxter was a visitor to Grn- will he used! by the the the internal organs. If thpwl'nth..r I in the '"Grow Something"! ; "club. He In perfect health. Pleaaaut 'a
', Sunday aft"T pending several daysat hum Sunday afternoon. main government as I i.s cool the carcass: should l remain -': produced on one acre of ground OtJI
; training school in the United
Maecl.-nry. guest. of relatives A party of; young folks attended, the States for naval hanging! over night, and if the I barrels of Irish potatoes, 51 bushels LEMONS MAKE SKIN
men, and its strength
s yf J. K. :N'-\ +nnar, ores a visitor to Jack. rune grinding at the home of :Mrs. W. "'ill he maintained at the highest weather continues cool, leave the body I of corn, :'JOO pounds of peanuts, 504 CLEAR
Rorvillt! Fn>ia peace undisturbed until the thickest piecesof of fodder WHITE SOFT AND
>. II. Pinholster Saturday evening Those which will addition I pounds and 3 1-2 bushels of ,
quota the I
:\In. ("Jnn. ; ..r Emanuel was the who enjoyed the straw ride out there of meat are thoroly chilled to the peas. He now has a fine bunch of -

p guest cf her daughter :Mrs. J. B, were :Misses Edna: Baxter, Lubedia the approximately 700 maintained men to bone. It is necessary. to have all animal :i hogs grazing in the field, and they For

Browning here Saturday.Five PinKolster, Emma Cheaser, Loca Anderson there.present quota now I heat out of the meat before salting [ are finding enough peas, beans and Make This Beauty Lotion

aeroplane paused over our Inca Abernathy and Nellie :, or souring will occur near the peanuts to keep them fat and grow: and See For
1 A Few Cents
burg Friday mornmir They were ontheir Strickland, :Messrs.. Eldon Baxter and bone in the larger pieces.
way to Arcadia from the State Lucian Hazen. I The trial of Will and Robert Black- It is always a wise precaution to ing.Hamilton Yourself.
man will be held in Panama December County Boys Make Good
Fair at Jacksonville. A. B. Surrency and J. E. Clemons City have a supply of ice on hand. If

I t( M. D. Carter and daughter, :Mabel, were weekend visitors to Jacksonville. I 16th. After a lengthy argument only one or two hogs are to be killed The annual corn club contest for'I -- of

attended the fair Saturday. by counsel of defenanta, H. S. there should be 200 pounds of ice for Hamilton county was held on Oct. 16. : What girl or woman hasp : heard.
Messrs. N. Sternberg, J. L. Peck Laird, the motion for continuance I There are 21 boys in the 'i'i 'ompleXlOl
of club in
It. II Green! of Jacksonville, was every 100 pounds meat. In case the corn lemon to remove <
the guest of his parents last week.T. and G.; C. Livingston, of Starke, were |' was overruled by Judge D. G, Jones, weather turns warm, chop the ice into this county. Eight boys made com- :, Juice whiten the Kir and tol
blemishes to
s here Monday afternoon. I and the case! one of the noted plete records and brought : ; and
C. William was a visitor to the small pieces and spread a layer on exhibits l I 1 the freshness ?
I State Farm :Monday :Miss :Murray Malphurs spent last in the annals of Florida legal battles, the floor or table, sprinkle some salt to the contest. Their average I 1, bring out the rOBes But lemon, jUlct

weekend in Jacksonville. I will come to trial next Monday i iI on the ice, then lay the pieces of meat yield per acre was 54.4 bushels grownat the hidden beauty irritating gad
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GKAIIAM Mr and Mrs. W. Crews went to : a cost ofIR cents a bushel. If alone is acid, therefore whit

Hampton :Monday morning: to take'I I, The Naval port guards; which have 240 POUND PIGS the corn is valued at $2 A bushel, there should be mixed with >rch rd "lad'

t Graham, Dec. I 11.-:Mr. and :Mrs.' their baby to Dr. Middleton for treat. ,'1 been in charge of the port of Pensa-! i! ia a net profit of $1.52 from every this way. Strain through ain"ItO ,

J Wesley. Dyal have moved to Largo! ment.laurn. I'''cola since American participation in With corn above 60 cents hogs eat bushel, or an average net profit of the juice of two fresh lam .I" Inet

l where they will make their future --- - the war. are to be returned to NewOrl..ans. their heads off very quickly. The hog S2.69 per acre. bottle containing nbout direof ad;

.J ) home. They will be (greatly missedfrom \ to Look Out For Yours..lf"n"' and the greater part of the that takes two or three months to get: There are 10 boys In the pig club orchard white, then ihaY .
fl our section. N.' has declared that when work here discontinued. This announcement on full feed never brings you a profit. in Hamilton county, and they have you have a whole quarter n N Nand

d James Reynolds: and daughter, Daisy pe-oplf barn to treat slight ailments was made by C. II. Adams : When you are ready to put your purebred pigs that are making good complexion lotion '"

and lOon, Frank, attended the fair thcnisflim: there will be much less who hat been in charge of the work I I shoats on food begin with the B. A.Thomas' records. As the pigs are only about cost! one usually pay. f' 18 t

nail exposition at Jacksonville last sickness. :Most diseases have their 01'IIdn here. ling :Medicine. Use regularly eight months old, no contest has been of ordinary cold ctvan IPn|

wt'pk. in some minor ailment and when -- - - and watch your shoats round out held this fall, but they will show up strain the lemon juice "

MISSIS: Annie and Inez Hitt. of WilliHron that is prnpi-rlv treated the more ser- For a Sour Stomach into fat hogs! in nine months-hogs: well next fall.Alachua then th' If'

UFO here visiting their aunt, ious disease. may be avoided. This isI| Eat sparingly, particularly of meats going;\ well over 200 pounds and as Calf and Beef Club Into the bottle,fresh for Rhrs

Mrs. Ishnm Ogden particularly tine of throat and lung masticate your food thoroughly and high at 210: pounds Figure the avernge There Is a new Industry springing main pure and fat \. y
Miss Alma Price attended the troubles take of Chamberlain's Tablets. after applied daily to the exy,
fair Take Chamberlain's Cough one feeding and you will see why up in Alachua county In "the boys' '

i at Jacksonville last. week. Remedy and give every cold the attention supper.-Adv. the B. A. Thomas' medicine Is a good club activities. This year a peanut and hands It should ne '"' I..k. n.

< f Messrs.! James Reynolds and Odell\ it deserves and you will be able investment.' Try feeding- out your club and contest was put into opera- clear, smoothen and ben ..un

Abernathy made a business trip to to avoid some of the most serious diseases I Colds Cause Grip and Influenza hogs on this plan and if you are not tion. It met with good success! considering Any druggist will sup.' ,ItrI''OI';

Starke :Monday. that afflict mankind. This remedy LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE Ttbta* rn>ovi the more than pleaed'e! wil refund the. the time it was worked. ces of orchard white at ven.t h, ,tam'

f C. B. Roberts made a business tripto has been in use for many years ) cam.. There Is oolr one "Bromo QuIoIIIe." cost of the medicine. j Now another organization la being and your grocer ha 99))

Jacksonville Tuesday. and its value fully proven.-Adv. E. W.GROVE'S Uostun oo box. JOc. Sold by R. S. .Jones Starke.-Adv. put into peration. It Is a calf club and ons.-Adv.



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 13 1918. .
Mrs. Wilson coast of France the convoy will be met' On Staten T* 1 nI.RFSIDENT the north shore!! TOwu
President and
I they did so General McManui: as the of thetlantie' lined at every available place \]
of this two squadrons
flurries thu bridge the )
first at gunners
) appeared
WILSON SAILS FOR It was in the the Presidential' convoy; snapped out an order and Thirteenth Instantlythe aboard the transport replied to the fleet commanded by Rear Admiral:\ with thousands of persons, many aequisped
MEETIM storm that honor detail of the will forn with telcferopt'H of considerable
: which
EL'KOPE TO passed out of the of ensigns with the Presidential liodman Rogers,
; floundered as it Merntt: came dipping \ai
the regiment at Camp escort into the harbor of Hrest rurge. School children were
of an \
because of '
and-. Witness Departure of President harbor. And it was had been announced smartly to present arms and stood ir salute twenty-one although guns.appearing There also will l bo included in this escurt out in fullforce, and when the convoy ?<
it The President
1 h u$ The
for Peace Gatheringnci storm warnings would I double columns as an escort. in units from the French: British was forced to go near the shore in s>
) Wash ingon was n
somewhat tired apparently
the George saluted will) ft 12
President halted and Italian fleets passing through the submarine) net
Atlantic and
the mood and shared with :Mrs.[ **
across happy "
1 the deep roar of thousands of steam slowly probabilities the ('onvoy"would I great rigidity. in the liveliest interest in what Probably the most disappointed the crowd was within five hundred r
the boomingi. with strong reach Brest until a week I As the President and Mrs Wilson son going about thorn. Mrs. Wilson )person at the pier yesterday was Joe feet of the President and a wild out-

i i.&nI'resi{ lentlalhsalute and the dip not I walked along the pier platform the was wore a on plain tailored velvet suit,, eph 1' Tumult, secretary to the burst of cheering greeted. him.

>f colors by shipping throughout I from tomorrow. trip from pier Thirteenth regiment band struck ur close fitting! black hat, black patent President. Mr.: Tumulty is left brhim Thousands paid extra fares to ride
nk entire a
,arbor the big transport Georg; < During the southern tip in i
\" .llIngton, bearing President Wilson to well beyond the Wilson withMrs. Wilson again halted and removed his bilK and block vanity case. She that will arise at this end and to give Staten Island and South< Ferry, and ,

his diplomatic retinue to theOr. :Manhattan President side stood hat. When the party again continued had heavy a sealskin\ fur about her to his chief that personal opinion the were rewarded for their pains with n
10 peace conference, left its pier: : Wilson at his of the George, Wash on its way at the end of the selection neck a and carried no flowers.It I President so highly values. 1 surpassing) close-iip view of the party
lloboken yesterday morning ai the flying bridge President 1Irs.Vilson seemed much interestedin 1 Mr. Wilson had informed :Mr. Tu tracked by the swift rangy ships of
t Time and again the :Mrs.[ Wilson who first discovered )
minutes past ten o'clock. Ailc : ington. I two hundred army transport girls was multy that his services were fur more
,ce ICy th,' waved his hand to the vast throngsalong drawnup the airplanes circling over tho the convoy. Y
into who .
big* craft swung, back the 'in khaki uniforms were I''valuable here than in France IInd11':
I, and turned her bow seaward shore and in response to at attention in buck\ of the files of ship, and impulsively seizing her hus Tumulty, with regret, had abandoned

Judson, war ships ranged down< the rivei cheers of passengers on ferryboatsand I soldiers. Although all spectators were band's arm and called his attention to i his earlier desires to make the trip. I II A Tonic Laxative
"u i river craft. The President glanced and will the hllo from the Liver and
other them. up that remove
formed 8cHminary enclosures
six destroyers from the pier Some injected into
the comedy wa
I THOROUGHLY without lIt>loll
idol and stood 1 cleanse the Sytitom ;
,- rear guard; and two army 1 Aboard the transports sailors of the soldiers seamen and smiled back at her"as they on situation at tho pier when Mr.: Tumul or dlolwblujjlhe ftoniach U truly ft Ferfoct Laxative
aroundthe for several
swooped across the end o1 marines stood at attention army girls in the great enclosure the "flying bridge and ty was jostled and ordered aroundby .
,l.i pianos-nattan and circled above the, : entire rail, and the big ship and '' decorated with flags made an official seconds watched the speedy and skill the soldiers on guard, none of LAX-FOS WITH! PEPSIN

all of the navy vessels involved n* farewell of considerable sue. ful nirmcn. whom hud recognized him. An officer)
,rill, port's course. resultsof party) la tho name of a ItillaUcand' Perfect, Laxallv(
".." to the President's leaving it escort showed in the sun the for the I'I'i 'I Across the street on the side of The President said he was looking I bluntly told him to stop smoking two which soon relieve Silk llvailuuho\ llzzlnea Indlii -
11known he goes determined to i scrubbing and polishing River street open to the public more forward to" the voyage as u re"t-in-I or three times. When the officer gleaned >.(100.Stomach Tnmhlu. Gas: end t'llrt caused
militarism in any form ,I historic voyage. than five thousand persons gatheredearly deed the first real rest from a remark i>f ltd r. Tumultyto by a Tnriilil Liver nml Conbtlpntlon. Always uio nRcllahld
1juinst .
.i-hing of Prussian militarism Party Aboard Preaidenfs Steamship.The in the irorning. In front of them sumed office. He remarked that it I the newspaper men\ around him Laxative, ,la tho trontmcnt of Colds Grip ,,1

ti I > part of his selieme for the fu- r party aboard the George Washington was a detail of more than five hun- 'might be an enforced rest for a few I that ho was smoking a cigar given' and LAX Influenza FOS 'u Lit uld DUmiivaTonlo i?

iioenco a of the whole world the included( besides the Presidentand dred soldiers and one hundred policemen. days thai acknowledging, his reputation him by the President after breakfast Laxative.mxfir.;, la 'tin elTivt: : ou HmSymem.

( "ni feels, according to persona I MM.: Wilson, Secretary of State All passes were scrutinized and for bring n poor sailor. The Goo.; there was a moment of omlmruss-, both as n tonla anti an nlniatlvi-, It lit

r Ii nOrred with him on the trans an,1rs: Lansing, Ambassador John' approved by three different officials Washington with its convoy of warvessels count :Mr. Tumulty aiMcd,\ ho had said Juit AI,ilwhl Children for Children hue Ski.M fur. Adult Flcusoutlulahn. '

icorge Washington. W. Davis and Mrs.[ Davis, the French : and the newspaper representativessoon will tnko the southern route to :Mr. Wilson he hud, gone so far 'Milo, end rermnmrniltxl' ti> the pnMlo by ParliModlrlnn

o 'h nigh the most drastic militaryprevented Ambassador and :Mrs. Jusserand the learned that after all the scru- going by way of the Azores in orderto through the day without a fight and ; Co.; St.chill Louis i Tonic.Ma, nitaufactureta ofGruve'sTesteleee

.... any attendance Italian Ambassador and Countess tiny the pass was utterly worthless avoid the colder temperatures which the President had replied he hudn't"hul11p.,1 ._ i
t iold North German Lloyd pier ('ellere, Miss[ Cellere, Master AdmiralGrayson Cellere., so far as getting anywhere or accomplishing would be encountered on tho northern up against thut guard on I
which the Presidential ship Rear Admiral Knapp, Rear anything in the matter of route. the dock yet" TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR
,.peu" d hundreds of thousands ofT < Mr.[ Henry White Gordon Major news was concerned. An office desk in one room of tho After tho President stopped) aboard NASTY CALOMEL

om. lined the river shores andeR'O General Churchill Mrs.of Col.! House, Throughout,: the brief procession in President's wits win piled high with the ship was virtually sealed, even

,, the start of the historic jour- Auchincloss, daughter: ambassador :M.15nkh the pier yard and upon the pier platform i telegrams! and official document before army officers of high rank being bur Making
'\ -'rom buildings on .both sides of and the Russian Crow, the' President was preceded, and the transport !left and indications red. As an illustration of tho situation Starts your Liver Without

I (1ud+on. Cheers mingled with then .f the whistles for nearly twenty Major and Mrs. Scott Captain Colonel) and following the unusual precautions plunge into this work even before the at the time the President did,, 1

.in ,in and both shores from mid- Mrs. Benson, Mrs. Miller Creel regarding the equipment and cargo of George Washington got out to sea. '1 found difficulty in Inter joining tho ''lot Salivate. %
Jordan George
ream presented a spectacle of en- Ayres Colonel B. Fosdick. the George Washington all day Tuesday As the George Washington passedout party.) He was obliged to exert official -
liusiiism with the waving of thou- and Raymond I another final inspection was made through the gate of the submarine I pressure in order to be allowedto Every druggist in town-your druggist

ndt of flags from upper windows. I Included also were the membersof I by Custom Service inspectors withinone net between Forts Hamilton go aboard. and everybody's druggist has noticed -

[ Off Tomkinville lay the superdrendjiiueht the Advisory Commission who have been of working International -\ hour before the big transportwas and Wailsworth the harbor monitor'I But :Mr. Creel was not the only onewho a great falling off in the anlo

Pennsylvania commanded by Experts under,, under way. Everywhere and in : Amphirite boomed the Presidential salute hud, trouble getting past the of calomel.! They all give the same ;
...ptaln N. L. Nulton and l as the : at the Geographical: Society House and every detail of preparation there was and as' the group of cruisers lying ' guard. Despite the world-wide publicity Uodaon's Liver Tone is taking ,
ergs Washington flying" the Presi-) the direction of Colonel : evidence of great precaution. Military off St. George joined in the firing given to the face of Secretary of reason.
nt's flag approached Vice Admiral three representatives of news associations. policemen under Major II. C. it was noted 1 that there was no salute War Baker by the motion pictures and( its place. i

I.iyi'1 flag was run to the peak of the Thirty or more clerks stenographers i Craig swarmed everywhere about I from either of the forts guarding the newspapers guards at the pier yesterday "Calomel Is dangerous< and people
ennsylvnnia, and broken out from the and assistants Baker were the piers and large contingents were port entrance. It was subsequently, failed, to recognico him and refused know it, while Dodion'a Liver Tone is

( The Pennsylvania steamed in with the party. Secretary came but I stationed) upon' the roofs of buildings- I learned that this was made impossible to let him pans until ho produced perfectly safe and gives better results -

font i tjPGer'
rstroyers-the Wickes the Lea, the it left the Rigid with Restrictions. I the course of the George Washington offered either as tho gunrd-4 were gist, tiodson'a Liver Tone Is person-

k'oolspy. the Tarbell and the Yarnell- ty minutes Wilson before, and his hVl'n-I' Before the President and hU. party did not hi-nd) within the post reserva merely carrying out their orders to ally gimrnnteed by every, druggist who ,

til mto formation as the permanent I President No. 4 of the entered the pier enclosure< the rightof tions. the limit. Mr. Baker at first seemingly sells it A large bottle costs 60 cents,

tiiivoy, which will cross the ocean.withr ate party arrived Hoboken at pier nt twenty everyone present on the route Lattt !Seen from Staten Island. was puzzled, but instantly realizedthe and if It fails to give easy relief in
along | Piers at I
"on ether, destroyers sped and will minutes Army to eight o'clock. The "special, which the party would take to the I'refOldl'ntoilson was last seen by situation and smilingly complied every case of liver" sluggishness and t
( Presidential ship pro- questioned and then the throngs along the shores of with the regulation. The only man
the diplomaticgroup gangplank was great constipation have only to ask for
hours before train which brought i you
jfci. it for forty-eight shifted those permitted to remain were warn- Staten Island nn he stood at the starboard about whose identity Sew coed to bn no back.Doison's .
rning back. I from Washington was to the ', ed. When the entire party was aboard side of the George Washington I question wan the President, mid several your money t
the Pennsylvania system Liver Tone is pleasant-
from a
Airmen Perform Stunts. I' remarked if he hud, I
hive ofactivity laughingly
Hoboken and proceeded I the big transport a bridge talking with a group of companions ; '
Erie rails at vegetable remedy,
During all this manoeuvering the as preparations for casting all of whom bore American gone ashore even he probably would l tasting, purely
and into the pier enclosure -:
din if, whistles continued and the two across\ .the that city the party had but ten,: off were completed. Those on the pier flags. In response to a great cheer have hud difficulty in getting aboard harmless to both children and adults.

Jiplnnes, reinforced by two great sea- feet to so walk from the train to the,. could see readily that every detail from the assembled Staten Island again. .1 Take a spoonful at night:: and wakeup Ij

|lane, swooped about in the most elevators which took them up to tho I'of the beginning of the trip was accomplished folk he waved the rather large flag A remarkable feature of the outward feeling; fine; no biliousness, sick .

Ftonishing. "stunts" above the big area of the pier. '' with clocktlike! precision slowly from side to side and took off progress through the harbor of I headache, acid stomach or constipated fe

imvovI passenger Sulue : and when it came time for the tugs his hat. the Presidential convoy wa the automobile bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause

I The transport Lapland.whieh had I'I' PrfsidfQt Returns Troops I to pull the Presidential steamship Into As the Presidential< vessel enteredthe procession that followed its inconvenience all the next day like
rived a few hours before after al'ist They went aboard the George the stream she was warped out like I narrows< and approached the con- I course wherever the roads! permitted. violent calomel. Take n dose of calomel -

(', 'ontinuous battles with storms Washington at ten minutes after eight, a shot and made her turn to the sea voy under Vice Admiral Mayo the From Bay Ridge on to Manhattan today and tomorrow you will feel
ft sea was a warning, coupled withe o'clock having been met as they I under power with the greatest ease I harbor boat Cerebus belonging to Ileach automobiles kept pace with nauseated. Don't loseI
I II weak sick and
signals of the Weather Bureau, stepped from the train by BrigadierGeneral 1 and facility. The Thirteenth regiment the harbor supervisor ran up the National "hips When turns in the road threatened I Liver
bowing that a new storm was raging McManus, in command of I band at the pier head played "Over 1 1I Code], signals "Good-bye." I to cut off the view of tho con- day's work! Take Dodaon's '

Iff the coast into which the convoy' the port of embarkation at Hoboken I There" as the George Washington I Every detail, of the Presidential voy the automobiles speeded up un."til I Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor

finished in a vast pall of smoke fromores the Mrs.first Wilson to step and from the President the train were and turned toward the Atlantic and then voyage has been completed., Off the" they reached, the next vantage point and ambition. 'It-5)* I"
of funnels.
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Begining Saturday December 14th, at 7:30 a. m., and continuing until

Christmas eve, I will give every one a chance of a Sacrifice ContinuingSale.

A few of the items are mentioned below::

MEN'S: DEPARTMENTMen's ) : Shirts, $2.00 value Sale Price __________ .______95c. Christmas Sacrifice) Price I SHOE; DEPARTMENT: : d R

Sale Price ____________________93c Homespun 35c value Fine :Muslin Ladies Underwear Men's Ilrcss Shoes, $1 I to $7 value
: Suits, $'JO to $36 value Special prices on :Men's, Ladies' and l Sale Price ____n____ __.19c up Sale Price Garment ___-____95c up I Sale !---------------$2.'J! ;5 up
Sale Price __' -u p Ito y s' Rain Coats: Bleaching and Homespun, -<>c value I GROCERY; DEPARTMENT: Work Shoes. $::{.0f value s

Hoys' Suit-$10 to-i2-value GOO pair Men's[ Pants Sale Price ._____15c.35c Sale Price _________-___. _$:.),3.'") up 1
Sale Price _______________$6.95 up ---00----- 21 pounds, Self Rising Flour I I./I I''M Low (luIItl'rlnd High Tap .
sale Price ________________$1.65 upMen's : and 40c Homespun and Bleaching I Sale I rice ._ _____________..__$1.70 < i
Socks and Stockings : Ribbed Underwear and BalbrigSalt! Price ________h ______25c. ; KootH $H to $9! value
Sale Price _________________14c. up gan Underwear "..5c! good I quality Flannels 1 I and /innd Grade RiceSale Kale I I, i.=: rip:) upChildren's Y
: Sweaters, cotton, Price, Ib. ------------------9c
Men I'
every day Sale Price ________________49c upLADIES Outingsextra Shoes '
$_) "0 value.I Sugar Sale I Price .$1.3.!.1
,0 [ FURNISHINGSSpecial Sale I Price ----------- -------21c ______.. ...._-lOc ------ -----
Sale Price ____ ___ __________$1.35 Blankets I $7, $8 and $10 Milue I Sale Price Ib :! Coat Suits; $10.00:; to $10.01) I
:\[l'n'sVool Sweaters: $5,00 values sale on Ladies' Sweaters Lard values" j.,

Sale Price _-_-__-___________$::1.29 Ladies Silk Poplin Skirts 16.Sale Price Yards--Dress-------Ginghams-; .$2.155 and up Sale price, Ib ____ .___...___.__25c. Sale Price __ _____ ______$11.95 up ,

Boys Girls and Ladies up-to-date Sale Price __________________$4.95 Coffee in hulk Just received- full l line of the LatentStyles
Percales lOO _.._ ________19c. i
bought at the old price $12.00 Serge and Poplin Skirts Sale Price Ib __
sweaters Huts
Sale Price _____ ____ ____IGc of Ladies'/ ( I
Sale Price ________________95c up Sale Price _______________$3.95 up Special prices. on Dress n Goo ds.I up Grits and Meal, Special Sale price __ __ _____________CCc; up f
Union made Overalls, $2.25 value Indies Crepe de Chine and Georgette Sale Price' Ib: _____.._.....6c & 61.. COO Men's Hats, $3.00 value

Sale Price ____n_.______..__$1.75 Waists and!) Silk Special price on Trunks and Suit Cases Bacon Sale price _______________...$1.00

Men's: [ Work Shirts Sale Price _______________$1.95 upLadies during this Ten Day Stele' Sale I Price, Ib ___..._______.._23c, Men'se[ (i and $7 colors, latent .

Sale Price ______ __________49c up Muslin Waists latest style, Just received a full line of Ladies and Tomatoes per can styles l while Hatslast-. !

Special line of Men's: and Boys' Dress I just received, $2.00 value Children's Coats that will, go eta Sale Price _____._________12 l-2c. Sale Price ________________._$2.


Big line of toys of every description from 5c. up ,

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Thereasa, Dec. 13.: -Rev. John :Mul-, I home.:\1 rs. Linnio! Raulerson Is visiting In I -=::::..:.::...... I

]lady, of Hampton, filled his regular this section this week. I I
Joe Alvarez was a business visitor
appointment at the Christian church
+ hero :Saturday: night und Sunday.:; I Ito our section Saturday. I County News Items
: 'J Leslie :Marcum, of Lulu, spent Sunday :Mrs Walter Underhill is visiting
and Monday hero und, while hero I loldtives in this section awhile before
I , leaving for her home in Ft. Meade
was a guest' at the home of Mr. nnd
Mrs. D. W. Moore. Little Eugene/ Edwards wall the 1 later..tIn facts Gathered During the Week by Our
i ,": S. B. Woodurd, of Jacksonville, guest of Wesley McRae :Sunday.; Regular I I
J. L. Underhill was a visitor to oui\'\ Correspondents.Hampton
spent Saturday and Sunday hreyith .
hill family section one day this week. YOUR STORE I
Henry and Kilmer Woodard were -
visitors to Brooklyn Sunday afternoon. RAIFOIU)
?' Miss Florence (Hall left Sunday for lodge No. 129, F. & A. M., Clyde Shaw and Seeber Edwards
yi Wuldo where she will spend. a few Ruiford ]Dec. 13.-S. A. Bryan, who held their annual election of officers were visitors to Worthington Sunday For Xmas
b ( r days with her sistor,'Mrs. P. M. Goigcr. has been visiting home/oiks for the Thursday evening when the followingwere afternoon. Shopping I
1 mist two weeks, left Friday for Char- elected for the ensuing year: Clyde Shaw attended church here
Willie Croft, of Lulu, was a visitor leston. R. M. King, Master Saturday night. I
here Sunday and Monday a guest at A. T. Mizvlle and children Albert A. A. Durden, S. W. Prof. Brinkley Hayes visited his Filled with a complete stock of gift articles of
$ f I the home of !Mr. and Mrs. L). W. Moore. and Violet, were visitors to the fair W. G. Seals, J. W. parents here during the week-end. rare beauty :
; Mrs S. II. Woodard wus a visitor last Wednesday.Mrs. | C. E. Harper, !fV-rretary. :Miss Ruth Ward was the guest of and real intrinsic value
J N I to Starke Saturday. J. L. Whitten and children i A. A, McDonald, Treasurer. !Miss Ruby Edwards Sunday.
f i (y. ., G. W. Ilinnon is busy grinding cane came home from Brooklet, Go., Wednesday A. J. Nimmo, S. D. Virginia Edwards was the guest of JUST A FEW HINTS
thin week. I! J. Mullady, J. D. Wilma 'Surrency Sunday.
, t Benny Roebuck left Monday for I {<'. (J. Schell, of Lake Butler, was a T. J. Perry, S. S. Mabry Harrell was in Worthington Fine
,V Gainesville to attend the short course visitor in town Monday. H. E. Moorer, J. S. Sunday morning. White Perfect DiamondsIn
;+ at the University. I A. D. Andrews made a business tripto C. A. Youngblood: Tyler. .
+a 11. D. !May wall a business visitor to Jacksonville last Thursday._ The installation of officers elect will Three new comics (Features) I Rings or other Jewelry..._-_..__$25, $35. $S0 up to
1 Starke Saturday. I :Mrs II. W. Raiford made a trip to he held! in the hall Friday evening: "Bubbles" Sterling Wrist Watches_____ __ $2500.00
Misses Louise Heiherger and Stella Jacksonville last week to be near her Dec. 27th, when the regular: annual "Foxy Grandpa"and ---- .$15 and
I Cloversettle, of near Brooklyn, attended sister, Miss Perry, who has been quite business meeting will be held, and the Gold Filled. IS-Jewel Wrist Watche,; .;;;;;; $"l6.SO to up

church here Sunday. f sick.Mr. secretary's and Treasurer's written "Marty, The Marine"in Solid, Gold 15-Jewel Wrist Watches_________ $5000 II
1 G. W. Hinson was a visitor to the I Brownloe of Starke, wall a business reports will be audited by the finance the New York Herald every Sunday. Platinum and Diamond Wrist $2700 to $12500
h county scat Saturday. visitor here Thursday.Dr. committee. Order your copy today. Watches-----$100.00
1 I and !Mrs. Johnson Dr. Weaver i aBRADFORD Men's )
# r Misses Belle Lee and and Boy's Elgin Watches ..-WOOoX
Humphl",1 '' and wife took in the fair last Thurs ----------- .
Hagun, of CLAY HILL
Also Waltham
y Hamilton and Howard's __.._$12
l meeting here Wednesday. day. I -- .50 to $35000
( ",i Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hairan, of A. L). Andrews. was! a business visitor Bradford, Dec. 13.-Uncle Irn Pin- Clay Hill Dec. 13.-The fair weather Sterling Silver Cigarette Cases --____--_ .. ._$800 |
'", w Hampton, were visitors here Sunday, to Starke on Friday. holster and daughter, Mrs. Oliver, of the past week was very much ap Sterling;{ Silver Vanity Cases__ to $35.00
i :, '' guests of their daughter, Mrs\ II. I IXMav. A party of young folks composed of were the guests of C. M. Andreu and, preciated by the Clay Hill folks. -- ---.._..._.-""$1000 to $45 nn
0'1' Sheppard Moore Clarence Hitch, and family Thursday. I Quite a number of the Clay Hill Cameo Brooches Gold Mounted --.------------q.0U to
e ) ..' ;Miss Ida Hagan spent Friday in PaS :Misses Gertrude Anderson, Sadie J. V. Edwards! and. wife were guestsof citizens were visiting in Maxville Sunday $10000
latka with relatives and friends. Simmons and Helen Nauright made u O. W. Barry Wednesday r Silverware of All KindsFor
( Mrs George; Adams and daughter, trip to Lake Butler Friday afternoon. N. E. Baxter and brother, Walter, I!I :Mrs. Daisy Lang and !Mrs. David
u + Kev. 10. C. Wells, of Callahan walt a attended the cane grinding at T. B.
Herniee! of Macon, passed through: our Lang were shopping( in Starke Saturday -
i'' t burg Saturday enroutc to Miami where business visitor in town Thursday.! Edwards. Wednesday night./ : .
I t she will he the guest: of relatives Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss Ruby Punish was the guestof S. J. Starling was a visitor to
Charlie Phillips left Friday for ,Iif.f'fl.nt the bridn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley :Mrs W. !M, Harrell Tuesday. ,I tey Saturday on business. a small deposit you can se
i points in South Florida where Norman, a very quiet home weddmgwas Mr. and Mrs.! C. H. Newsam were !, L led gift have
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in Graham: during the week.end.I! Ben Wilkinson was, visiting engraved and
! !,'I he will spend seve weeks.. solemnized, when their daughter,
.--- :Miss Mae, became the bride of Bar- Messrs. Lucian and Harley Hazen, brother and family Sunday afternoon ,11 laid aside until wanted. No charge
I SAPP mini Andrews, Rev. Barnes, principal accompanied by !Misses Loca Anderson Miss Ali'e.l'reFl'ott is visiting relatives for
r of the High School, performing thecerpmoriy. Nellie Strickland, and Eunice: Ha- i and friends, in Starke durinthi/\ !! 'iQf engraving
i Snpp Dec. 1.1.: -The following. officers Only the immediate family I'n/ntten.led the cane grinding at T. ] week. She expects to return home F, e Hr .
I' were elected for the ensuing year of the bride was present. The B. Edwards! Thursday night |I next week
by KnPp lodge No. 21J 1-'. & A. M.: young folks left shortly after the ceremony Sumner Andreu was a visitor to I I Messrs. H. S. and C. B. Starlingwere
r. WorBhipful+ Master, Arch Dobbn.Sinior on a visit to the groom's: father. Worthington: Saturday. visiting friends in Maxville Sunday D. .g"J
; Warden, Ohns.: H. Wainright. J. L. Whitten was a business visitor Seeber Edwards, > was in Brooker on afternoon.Mrs. I .
t Junior Warden W. E. Supp. to Stnrke Friday. Saturday > J. B. Moseley was visiting/! her y "'t l v H ,., 1'04 x w. .r r
+ Treasurer, .1. P. Sapp.. Mrs \V.V.. Fin-noil returned from Messrs. !Marvin and Fred Ha/on attended grandparents and family in this sec a tLeR$
Secretary, John P. :Sapp.; Allentown, Pa., Friday. night, to lip the cane grinding at T. B. Edwards tion Sunday 'Y"
I :Marshall Goethe, of the Goethe: Lumber here until after the holidays. Thursday! night L N. Starling:, of the Evergreen section Jacksonville, Florida
;hl 1 Co., is on a business visit to his old Mrs. George Perry, of Lake Park,. Charlie Barry, of Jacksonville came was visiting his! brother Satur-

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..' A powerful drama by C. Gardner Sullivan containing an overwhelming procession of smashing episodes including The Zeppelin in action. The inner

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f) the-skies" destroyed by fire in mid-air. Multitudes of enslaved people sounding the battle cry of freedom.In .

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t Mr. Sullivan timely story deals with the stirring events which lead up to the triumph of earnest loyal men and women who defy!;; the ambitions of imperialistic rulers they once revered
and face death and disgrace for the cause of democratic liberty. The end of military rule is brought about by a secret order' The Cross of Liberty"-recruited from the high and low'

; I and pledged to bring a new birth of freedom to an enslaved people. The opportunities for big sensational scenes in which hundreds of people appear before the camera for great Zep
pelin raids in which huge vultures of the sky hurl death and destruction on sleeping and defenseless cities; and for battle scenes the like of which have never before been: staged, have
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; i"t'I : The commander of the dread monster of the skies, the L-Z 7, is finally won over to the cause of liberty by the love of a beautiful girl, and it is during the last raid of this great dirigible,
it Y; .. when word i ill received by wireless that the hour of the rising of the people has sounded, and the dread airship is destroyed among the clouds by the hand of its own master that the
t war lords of the starving and suffering people find themselves trampled under the feet of the triumphant Army of Freedom. '



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4, ., h I home in :South:; Carolina Ga., is visiting her sister, :Mrs. IIV.. here Friday to attend the funeral of' day. S. J. Starling: accompanied him
R 4 W. J K.: Sapp is on business in Jack Km ford. his \brother, J.V.. Harry. home Suaday morning. I
6 sonville'lhis week Herbert Kitch, of Sutherland is nt Mrs. Lois Jones, of Waldo, was here K.: II. Carter and son, Henry, made.
'( ) :} C. A. Douglass) and J. F. Alderman, home for a few days on a visit to rol- Thursday! to attend the funeral of her1 I I business trip to Jacksonville Friday
f r, two prominent farmers! of the western utives and friends. fatherV.. Harry. Those who attended tho cane grinding '\. When You Come to Jacksonville)
part of BI'aMOI'c..unty\ and J. E. (Rev. K.: C. Wells filled his regular Mrs. C. II. N'ewsom was the guest :Saturday:; night nt W. A. Starling ,
41!.. Alderman of linker county, were here appointment at the Baptist church on of her mother Friday I were, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wilkinson
J attending to business Mommy.Chus. Sunday' morning and' evening.' Word was received Friday from Rev .and children, 'Irene, Katie and David"',
II. Wuinrinrht' ' ia ,in JacksonMrs. J. C. Jones, who has been via- W. F ..Walters of Mississippi' ' ', that it Barney Lang, Richard Carter and SEE Most Interesting
( ville for a few days iting: her husband at I'erry, ramt home would be several I months before he brother and sisters! Elmer, Janie and
J. I I.. Harrell has his! big cane mill in Thursday night. would get a discharge lie thinks he l''rtie, :Mist Ida and Carrie Starling, I.
) operation.Kev. :'olrll.V.. W. Kurnell made a business will sail I for Europe in February I I.. E. and J. A. Starling. All reported ... t .. m ... ._...'.. __ Store I In Flonda
> J. K.: J. Wninritrht is In atten- trip" to Jacksonville Saturday C. W. Edwards! and sister Miss Eva, ii very nice time. .
dance ,ut United States court in Jacksonville Private Francis Deblasi, of Camp and Ruby Parrish were visitors to Ceo.; E. Wilkinson was transacting 45-49 W Bay St. Thru tho blockjo 46.\V. Forsyth
this! week. Johnston, was a visitor in town Satur- Luke Butler Saturday. business in Jacksonville during the
Arch) Proctor, of Lake Butler, was day and Sunday. W. Williams, and, children attended 'past week.
In Sapp Saturday. llerbert and Clarence Hitch were in church here Sunday. I Mr. und Mrs F. I II. Lang accompn- Everything in Books
1 Stnrke ;Monday visiting relatives ;Miss Katie Roberts attended church iie.l by Miss Elite: Harris, Geo. Wil-
HII.II L.\l U I :Mrs L.. B. Retch made a trip to here Sumluy.Starke. ""'SOIl and Barney Lung J attended thefair Fiction, Books on Agriculture and other pursuits by reliable
Monday. .Misses Ora :\Iae1..lvn: and Ruth in Jacksonville Friday evening: authors
H Highland, isec. 1'1--A number! of :Mrs. W. c,, Whitton was! a visitor to Xewsom! were guests of the Misses. air nnd Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson were Toy Books Reference, Travel etc.Commercial .
ItighTuniiites \'I"itl..i'lhe biff) fair in I Jacksonville from Thursday until SatEdwards: Sunday among the visitors to Jacksonville Fri.
Jacksonville the past week. Amonu unlay. I.lttl.1I; s Mildred IIl.nmn..kIr.: und Mrs. Will Newsom and htdilY..
them wtre :Mrs II. C. Wimherly. the j came home with; her. tie' daughter, Doris, were guests of C. II. B. Hudson'? made his! usual 1 trip to I and Fancy Stationery
5 1 Misses Beth and Winifred \ I ; Willie Mae! Kinlaw was a vis- M. Andreu! Sunday ,1.J1I1'ksonv.II.. .. Saturday on business. '
Salutn Mercer: Ethel I Kicks, Orie WillYitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. :A sing was given nt the home of I 1 ;Messrs. W. 11. W.. B. D. and L. M. Fine Wedding and Society Engraving made in our own exclusive
I kinson. Mr. and :Mrs. 1) L. Kigby and - Miss Georgia Edwards! Sunday after- j Carter were; t'u\acting business in plant.I Ask
I W. M. Wimberly. HAM: 1-TON( noon. Among those present were Lawtey Saturday. to see samples.I
t :Mrs. J. A. Starling left for her home Misses\ Eva, Ruby and Elma Edwards: ,! 'il Padgett wall among: the business
in Jacksonville Friday, after a week Hampton, Dec 13.-Prof. R. A. Ruth and Nellie Ward Ruby Parrish, visitors to Lawtey Saturday. Toys sand Athletic
spent with relatives. (:r.n returned from Tallahassee on' Blanche Andreu. Messrs. Seeber EdMisses Irene and Batie Wilkinson Goods
wards Mabry Harrell, Lester Pinhol- were guests Sunday ofl1sses: Edith
Mrs. L. A. Mutr and two Interestingchildren Sunday afternoon anti has again assumeil
of Lawtey, spent the week- the duties of principal of the ster, S. C. Andreu. Arthur Edwards, and Eflie Starling.len A Toy Shop open the year round, Supplies for all your, favorite
end with relatives here. High; School. lie win! relieved in the Malcolm Harrell. Cephus Harrell, T. Richard Carter was.a visitor to and
It. L. Black of Gainesville, was a school room by !Mrs. II. B. Weest while B. Pinholster, Clyde Shaw. Highland Saturday morning sports pastimes.visitor .
here Monday. away. T. B. Pinholster! nnd mother were Misses Ida and Carrie Starling were
and sister, the guests of C. M. Andreu Sunday. guests of Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson
I :Mrs. II C. Wimberly Mrs. Naomi Haynes! of Winter Haven SunTHERMOS BOTTLES
Miss Ricks, were shopping in Jacksonville left Monday for Waldo, after vis- Mrs. W. M. Harrell received a tele day. A necessity in all seasons]
Saturday. Icing; with relatives here. jl'ramIonday: from Jacksonville to goat Mr. and Mrs. Ace Tanner, of New I FLASH
E. Wilkinson of Jacksonville spent ': of Starke was a pleas once to her sister, who is In the Smyrna, accompanied! by Miss Pearl 1 LIGHTS Useful everywhere and safe
the weekend with his family here. ant visitor here Monday. hospital there. \yoodard. were visiting the former'ssister PICTURES
"Doc.' Johns, of Waldo, was: a visitor Misses( Josephine and Georgia Mott, Wade Harrell and family attended I Mrs. 1V..1. Starling, for the Framing, Artists Goods
here Monday. of 1 III" mess were renewing: acquain- services here Sunday. wef'kl. Practical GIFTS I for
W. :\Wimberly spent several days tnnc-< with their many friends here O. W. Barry was a visitor to Worthington S..1. Starling and granddaughter
t this! week with Wilmot Brown nt Lnw- Monday. Sunday. :Miss Carrie were visiting his daughter -
t the
tey. Ieslr.1.: 7.. and A. 1.. Sullivan, ofTheressa. C. II. Newaom was the guest of C. in the Lnkeview section. PhotoJFinishingJof better sortMail
f Dr. G. \\-. Brown and son, Marcus,", \ere business visitors here M I Andreu Sunday. :Miss Effie Harris spent Saturday ]
of Luwtey, have leased the R. L. Black Monday. Rev R C. Scarborough filled\ his and Sunday with her parents Mr. and inquiries'receive'prompt attentionWell.
& Co.'s farm west of here and are go. Racy B. Johns now occupies the Al- regular appointments hero Saturday ;Mrs. Randall Harris, of Maxville. ,!,r
ing to farm extensively next year. cottage in the eastern part of and Sunday. Misa Edith Starling spent Saturday
town. Miss Ellen Lynn Tins returned to afternoon with her grandparents InCROSBY .
LAKE :Mrs. W. II. Jones of Du ont, is the her home at Fort White. this section. ----,
guest of her sister, Mrs. Middleton. Miss !Murray ;Malphurs returned on \ on Prescott was a visitor (in ,
Mr Crosby Lake Dec 13'7"11. M. MeA.. A. Durden and wife were business Sunday from Jacksonville. Clay Hill section Friday. the'I i i Christmas is coming. All!!Sry
Rae and Walter Underhill left Sat- visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. J. D. Baxter and son, Eldon, atThe airplanes are getting to be I hurry and buy your Cbri'1"
for Ft. Meade where !Mr. Annual Election of Officers
urday night tended church here Sunday. most as common as the )! gifts.



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