Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 13, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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ntablished 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months 75 Cents.! Payable; f in Advance.STARKE. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.- I :l

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FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 20. 1918 NUMBER-:25? i

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Lr U. S. WILL HAVE A STANDINGARMV : :; -
v- -r O.AAJL FTTT ? , | | ill. IIM >H.M I I iiiMlliMtMlllilllllltMfrH OF
HALF :\IIILIO'tIE"l: : : : BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR
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KING] sf THE CHRISTMAS SEASON This\\14\\ ill Provide"In Be Our IVaco Estimate Strength I IWashington !

: i SATURDAY--SUCCESSINEVERYWAY '

. . . .. -r ......-r --T . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - . . . -I IJec. 1C.-A regular ar-l .
; my of approximately half a million ,
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men is provided< for npecirically in estimates i' -- .
( By VERY G. POWELL.) 11" ,
uubmitted to congress for I Luke -$> ,*, -$> 4> 4> i> '
the fiscal year 11)20):! beginning next Butler, Dec. 11.-The Bradford1 < < 4> .4> "

July 1st. Detailed items in the pay county fair opened here.t'ster""y: ,!: > oJ> .,

of the army nhow that in the total with nppropriitte exorcises, the attend-j:'',' MONEY. MONKY: <*

$lD 2,000,000() asked for, exclusive of nnce being fully up to exportation)* in < ---- v* ]

the fortification estimates. provision every respect. I i I I Money, spot cosh money, is ,* f
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is made for the payment of only 21- The fair this :year will eclipse any what it takes these days, to pay v*
250 officers 1 previous event: of this kind I ever hoM'! i v*> the running expenses of
and ,))82,<> line and .approximately l.'IO.OOO: non- in this county, as the exhibits are all\ ,* paper. Everything: that enters ..
combatant troops with the requisite carefully selected ami represent the *> into the making of a paper calls .Ii'f

staff officers. > creu mof agricultural effort! of this'' .f...> for cash. This is the reason we <-*
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The inclusion in the estimate, how section. The farmers are taking: n must ask our subscribers to be *

ever, of five items of pxy with a nominal great deal of interest: in the! fair, nnd s very prompt with us. Just now .?> ."-

appropriation of $100\ each asked, the large agricultural building is .-* we have upward l of 200 subscribers *.

shows that the whole question! of the1'p stacked with the products of do/.ens *, who should ,pay their subscription *>
strength of the army nftcr the coiielu- :: of the bent farms in tho county. within the next few ,." .:
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sien of peace has been deferred and I|j'i Live! Stork a Feature. > days. Let us ask you friends, to *.
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The \live Htock exhibits fea io.10 this without ...
that supplemental estimates are to be arc n waiting for us to.fo
expected under the headings when ture of the fnir nnd ihe long row of i' repeatedly' send. you statements. *

it is possible to present H complete stalls are crowded, with the bent that *: This. costs both time nnd money, .*

project. The items thus held in BUS- :' old] Bradford can produce in the way .* and is n clear: waste of both. '
pension Rl'e those providing for tho of Poland China and IHiroc swine, Jersey *> It is! just us much right for you '*-

pay of rcMi-rve and, national guard I of anil Ihirhmn cattle and the old ,+ to be prompt with your newspafo
ficers and men. original Florida rm or-hllck improved per as! it is to be prompt in other >

The nnvul estimates by breeding until his origin can hard business transactions, and your *
are framed 1
on ly be traced. 1 .
promptness will be *
just as much
an exactly
opposite theory. ; .
Every 1 Ths section of '*
1"lori.11durin
in
is the appreciated the printing ollice i.
made for
provision
steady and .
rap past ten years has seen wonderful improvement ns elsewhere. *
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id increase of
tho fleet, total of ..
n ap in hvo .
stock .
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anil has
I proximately, $-1:11,0110.0011:! ( ( ) ( () being asked. but to vinit the one 't' .1; 'f' .,. ,J > '
increment Of that -mm $200nui)00() ) ) is the lint in this .section to different mark the county progress fairs' :> 4> '" .

building, of the program proposed providing new throe1yeur for'ten I of that ha. actually been made. Tho fact BK\DFOUD.. ('OI TKACIIKItS\ : (
additional I the matter is that the slim ami\ ASSOCIATIOV HELD
drcivdnnughts. six b/iUle1/ meatless swine that IN: STARKETho
rOil nit"I tho wood
cruisers and HO other fighting craft. in yours gone by in largo droves and,
The renuiinder of the $ l'tl,000)0i: ) ) existed Bradford. County Touchers Association
would to on scrub palmetto are no Ion 11'PI' convened I in :Starko
go complete ships of the first : Saturday'
to be seen, but in their
place, due,
three-year prOIfI'nm.STAHh:7. morning at the bth school building,
i to brredinur with blooded, !!stock has with u large attendance of toachern

FORMER : : :\I.NOW I''hogs appeared that the sleek and heavy hefted from. various parts of the county. Prof.
IN 'HIE arc kopt under fence and S. S. Howling presided thmoot
: "LONE) STAR"\ STATEOne which over
on the farmer can realise. the ing and !MIHS Locu Johnson acted at'
ufch the inntnnt they are marketeil.
of tho most interesting plnces' / 1 Excellent: DomoMtic) secretary.Siinerintomlent.
to Visit III the irnrbntrcn ,,,,,..tiot1. lathe I Upstairs in tho Exhibit*. ), \K.: R. I'i>i>i>f>ll t.nlkod.

t' tru- orchard of :.Mr. I. C.: Webb';'; \ H located the airricultnral buildTK to tne teachers on the subject of
north of the: city. Mr. Webb hag one I WJl11plI'S departniont si'hool records and 1 made tho following
and
on display is
ucre of oranges from. which ho is gathering ,: of different a largo array concise statements: School In like
exhibits, showing fancy I business..
and should have
a good. yield of the most luscious work records CIU'Orully
thiit art designs, needlework, puintI I madi-, and' for
oranges the writer has! had OCCUH- I it'gs, and various ready ollk'ors. pit-
i ion to sample in uoino time. Mr. Webb designs of the t Irons and l the next teacher to inspect
has dresKmukrrs' and l milliners' alt. Tho i in order that the
n rouly market for ': : greatest possible oflicioncy -
every orange Indies of this
section have
that his spared no I Ii in teaching bo
will miule. The
frees may
produce, us well as ;i pains to make this of
the entire crop of grapefruit of one one the best t teachers: should send their monthly report
acre which is just beginning to boar. fair displays in ever Rotten together ut ft ] to county superintendent within

In addition to the one acre of hearing I hibits reflects Bradford county, and the ext t three days after the school month has
trees Mr. Webb much credit upon their closed. Names of pupils who have
orange has quite an 1 efforts and is
,
attracting u great deal i iof moved to
another
orchard of some half a dozen different favorable school district, and
varieties of I comment from those who j have actually entered school there .
oranges!!!, all of which are visit this! department. '
doing well. should! be dropped from tho record.
M* *< ** >x-n-ri>j x"vv'--rv i' JV ..-... I Cunning and Corn Clulm. ]But I if the pupil has moved to another
-1._ A visit to this orchard will convince The boys' corn Clubs of the J

The Wishes its Readers Christmas the most is skeptical' that the citrus in'j I land the girls' canning clubs are county repI county I from our his records name whether shtuld) \ he ho dropped has en- r*

Telegraph a Merry dustry thoroughly adaptable to I resented l with splendid, E'xhibita-in t tered school there or not. S
Lower Rio Grande Valley, and will in ]j I fact, it Is stated by all the e two
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time become not onlv one of the liirc-e departments this year are far ahead "History and Pntrloti m" was an in

crops of the valley but one of them Ht I of previous exhibits, the display be teresting and wrll read paper by Miss]
I . . . . profitable. It is said on good authority I i ing most carefully selected. Jeannette Matthews.Prof. .

; that oranl(,,- trees begin to bear earlier Since the boll weevil has been C. E. Pope talked (on the sub
campIng
IOu Boys, Over Here 6- Over There "LET: THERE BE LIGHT" in the valley than in California, and i in the trAil of old King Cotton ject of "Agriculture in the Rural

____ that the yield is considerably. heavier !in this part of Florida, added interest Schools." Prof. _Pope said that after

in their homes as well as stores c$> erul instances in the valley where a i ing of corn, and the hoys, with theassistance draw our checks. He also gave Interesting -
Private J. B. Watts has been mus.'red urday contained the name of another '., '
single troe
and four
offices are greatly inconven- years old has prot and advice of the University blackboard illustrations teaching -
out of service and is now at hisome Starke boy, Ernest McKinney, a son duced
$25
ienci'd the worth of
by lights coming on so oranJf'II.-Harlin- of Florida, have undertaken the capillary attraction of the soil.
of J. A. .,
at Brooker. J. who
McKinney lives west
late in the gen (Texas Star. kinds
afternoon' ) of
and soil etc.
going growing of this _
f product from scien
Gus of the U. S. of town. Private a
Peoples, army, was McKinney was listedus
'.nwtov over Sunday visiting friends having been slightly wounded.E. ., of'110/ early in the morning. Especiully ' The foregoing refers to Mr. I. C. 'tific otandpoint as well us following "School Organisation" was discussd -
is this the case in Wrii!.. who 'the by Prof. R. II.
cloudy old of Lake
r .ci 'mu 'hure.Ileibert B. Amlreu Jr., who has been stationed formerly owned nnd, editod methods to some extent, with Terry, But-
und rainy weather. Starke should the Telegraph. He sold the 'the result that the product, has been lit' '
Ritch has his S. C. piipi-r I
received disrhargt at Charleston returned to
,
from the military school at his) home at Erooker, having received .0. have lights 'at 3:30: in the afternoon .. I I to the present owner in January., I 1K1KI! : I Itweniysix improved fully >50> per cent, and n I Dr. L. W. Hucholtwho occupies the

Sutherland and is now at home in Rai- tin honorable discharge from the navy .<. ami until 7 in the morning years ago, iinrl 1 shortly afI I grade of corn has been produced, that chair of psychology: nnd pedagogy in
f""rd with friends. lie was accompanied by his wife, who .' during this season of the Yl'or.0> I I tI'r".r.1. moved nwnv from Stnrko. 1 1I will equal that of the Western states, t the University of Florida, pave a patriotic

:Mrs (i. B. Colson, of Brooker, ret'hec had been visiting him at that city. . . . . I Manx' friends in Bradford; ] county will The girls' cunning clubs have continually ami pouiuont| | lecture on thosubject
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a letter from her brother, Rand The many friends of William :Mack : interested to read of him and to improved since their first or- of "II ow can the School Impress
['rewo who is somewhere in Norman werej lad to see him arrive 'know that hp is' prospering. Harlin'Igon. : gunir.ation, and ut this time almost I upon the Young tho National

last week, saying he would Franrp'l home Saturday. He was called to Uncle AGRICULTURAL: ( PRODUCTS f' Texas is clone to Hrownsville and pomePvt Sam'g service last spring! and had is in, the extreme southern part of tho I I"Lo fruit are being canned or dohydra- encouraged the touchers to create1 n vital -

Johnnie Watts roturnedto his not had a single trip home during' his Tho following exhibits have lately e Star" state, near the Mexican 'ted for future use, which it of great interest in tho study of history. Honlso
home in Brooker last Thursday mornIng training period. He received an honorable boon ndded to the Bank of Stiirke's bord''r. It is about us fur south at 'Having in tho lardrr of every farm. mild that "duty is the Hiihlimost

with an honorable( discharge from discharge.Lonnio agricultural Uinplay: I M ami i, Florida. Improved, Farm :Machinery. word in tho Kriglmh: language, but

The sen'ice. He has been stationed at'amp (Crawford son of Mr. and David Jones, of Hampton, a 5 pound Improved machinery has added to police is th> most soul-stirring word
Jackson. :Mrs. T. ,\. Crawford of the I Rising! section radish. This is the largest radish ever |, ERNEST EDWARDS: DIES: AFTER 'n great extent to the production, from I that we hoar in the world today., "

I :Mr and Mrs. A. Williard have ref is spending a ten-day furlough seen in this section. It grew in Mr. i i :, BRIEF: ILLNESS: IN WAIICIIULA' 'farms in this part of Florida, and tolny The ussociutlon wan clo.srd with n

ntly received a letter from their son, at home. The young man has many Jones' garden nnd had no special ferti < no well-balnnced farm is complete biininoss session, at uhich time Prof.
'r \-ah John( Willard, in which he told friends l who are glad ti> see him and lisation or care. Nearly everyone who ''"he eitUons of Wauchuln were snddoi' without its tractors, gasoline L. I.. Blackburn, of Luwtoy, was elect-

f hem h< had sustained a slight wound hope that ha will soon receive his discharge has seen it haw exclaimed "What a d lust Friday morning by the an- 1 plows, harvesters, rakes that will gn od president for the coming yeur, and

paring the closing days of the war from service that he may return lanre, rutabaga." m ,iiroment that Mr. Ernest Edwards over a twenty-acre field in a day and Miss Loca Johnson of Lawtey, ec rotary.
r -u- Hoover and I Drayton Colley, for good. Shortly: after the appearance of the wi. dend. His friends knew that he
,f th itudont army training corps at Private John Goolsby of Camp Jack- Telegraph last week the Bank of hn'.I be, "n quite sick with influonv.u and 'make farming a pleasure as well us) ; executive ,'ommilte.11 will duly

p'eLutirl' have been mustered! out and ion, is spending! port of a thirtv-duy :Starke; had u telephone call from a'\\' Iffirned that pneumonia hud set profitable The display of labor-saving i notify persons appointed. The association
lire' HI homo for the holidays. furlough with relatives in the High Hampton. announcing that Col. Peter in ''ast Thursday, but none roaliyed the :machinery at the fair I is a good one' will moot the third :Saturday:

Lieutenant Homer Blitch Limbaugh, land section. Mr. GooUby's company O. Knight could be supplied l with the xei ..pusnoas! of his condition and his!' 'thin year, and is attracting the attention in January! at Lake Butler.
11 hr has been serving as an instructor was to have sailed for over-seas on :JO-pound potato that he wished to buy .1 ''i was n shock' to the community of the farmers who desire to improve Fifty touchers attended this moot

"t th"( University of North Carolina same day the armistice was signed nt $1 per pound. A citizen of Tampa !i and! "especially as ho was the first vie- I their conditions.Midway ing and it was one of unusual interest
a- 'ioon mustered out of the service and they were a very disappointed had already delivered l to the Tribune a tin to die as. a result of the influenza Up to Standard. nnd. enthusiasm.
ami 'at home for the holidays. hunch when weighing 20 the The midway is the .
their sailing orders were yarn pounds and oieht wit'in corporate limits of Wuuch' popular' thor.oughfare ------

Thi ,Casualty list published lust Sat- cancelled.AUTOMOBILE. ounces and had carried off the 20-dol- : ', '.. | of the fair, and the Victory PRINT I'APKR: PRICK: GOES: : I'P
lar bill offered by Col. Knight, but the I I The funeral took place from the 'Shows, composed of shout twenty concessions -

Hampton yam was sent to the Bank of Jim/ nut church Sunday morning( ut ton are fully up to the standard A
HHJ! HELD OF) COTTON: I ACCIDENT: 'Starke for exhibition. When taken I o'cl ck and was largely attended. The in furnishing plenty of amusement for good .subscriber asked us a few

.. :. .:, i out of the ground this potato( weighed ll I Il I (11..1. offerings were beautiful, there{ all adding \life ami enjoyment to the days would ago be if the price of the Telegraph
_ R lower now that tho I Is
l-Marki O Strong, who, lives east of Sunday morning while attempting to 21 l pounds. It has lost slightly In'!' berg formal floral pieces from the1Ki I occasion. I over. We told friend war
our that whila
ably on Middleburg road, prob- I round th<* corner at Ninth and Walnut weight, but still balances the scales at I I, erhts!' of Pythias, the Lotus Club.j -- j the war with the Germans had ended.the .
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made tho largest yield of cotton treets.! :Mr. Tom Crawford who lives I .
made I Iroar twenty-two and three-quarter pounds. th Rank of Wauchula and tho faculty 1 ( By C. D. Gunn. County Agent) war with the barons had
The in Bradford county this "pa on. Starke, had his car to crash into The potato was grown by O. W. Hicks of 'he Wauchula public school. 1 !Seven'; pig club members exhibited Just fairly started. paper have
Wo
fine boon
I known as yiold:Meude was made with what I is the curbing in front of the residence of''i i i on the farm of Mrs. Frank Hicks. It Ernest Edwardx was born in Brad- pure bred J Duroc-Jorsey pigs at the ing for a month past to contract try.for
cotton. The Meade ;Mr. J. F. Canova.
I cotton wail At the speed the i in probablv the! heaviest potato ever foid county on Feb. 22, J8HH! and departed .Bradford County Fair. In the over next year's supply of and tho
was originated few
paper
a years ago car making it was impossible to' grown In Florida. this life De'c. He, six months
I"i on 5, 1918. > and under twelve months test
Texas ( price have had
and the we quqoted to
government has been make the turn and the front wheel I ui
landing out seed to farmers for reduced to was County Commissioner J. I.. Under. came to thi.s county with his parents)1,)[ cluss for sows prize were awarded to is exactly 50 nor cent higher than the
expel"imentation kindling wood and the'
]hill has when a boy and for had beeniidentified the following club members I
with the variety. It i is n crank case cracked. No brought in a sample of the I years : price we paid for tho present!' year's
"''ehly improved upland cotton. The party was injured but the one in the ;Porto Rico yams grown on his farm with the business interests i ,) Carrie Lee Green: 1st prize, $ .OO. supply.: Four different' Jobbers quoted

'aple. is about as good as the staple of the car would have, suffered/ occupants serious 1 this season, and they are beauties. Mr. of Wauchula. At one time he was apn'tner i Clarence Rhoden, and prl/.e, $5.00.; () I' us the same price. From this it
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our : Underbill has gathered 400 bushels of with his father in the grocery Jacob Blackwelder, 3rd pri/.e 200. would that
sea island long we are In for
sold
cotton. It injury if not death had the appear a
car struck i these bu-mess and later embarked in the I !!
"i the yams from Sammy Johnson and Chas. Cone each
Savannah market last year at the telephone, pole on the As two acres. At present higher price than we have yet paid for
corner. '
prices the gr< eery business by himself and at the had good specimen of the
price, ranging as high the it was it missed yiold from these two a breed on print paper.
as price
paid for sea island it by a few feet. i {acres is worth $400. time, of his!' death was bookkeeper at'I I exhibition. .
This corner has been the scene of | the Bank of Wauchula. He became I Imomber In the six months
Mr. R. S. Powell has left a over and under AUTO LICENSE:
stalk TAXi :
of UITE
Strong I
P'nted : had less than an acre many accidents in the past, and will "Little Simpson" a the of the Wauchula Baptist twelve months class for boars, prizes i
this season and a few days ; he a menace to pedestrians and other' cane grown on his church about -
| On
ton De-
wore awarded to the
place years ago. following club
this
a '' hauled 90 pounds of seed cotton to vehicles a long season. It has 22 matured 1 Notice is hereby given to all'owners
th.. I as the officials of the 1 loints comber 24 1911! he was uited In marrlaire members:
and i is
gins of Griffin & I 1 about nine feet in of automobiles that the
Johns. The town who have the length. license tax for
authority to to :Miss I/emrnle Blackwelder
ofW.i uvid
out of turn-I put a i Not such a little Bateman. lilt prize, $8.00.
lint cotton is not to ; Simpson at that. 191!) Is duo and payable before the
yet stop speeding keep ichula
up their present and sho and one child. Mall.tel' I Clyde Colson, 2nd prize 500.
? but the yield of lint Is usually attitude toward A. S. Strickland left sample of the first day of January, 1919. All cars
I enforcing- laws of a Heard, survive him together with The niors all in
nighor Island than the yield from the best sea safe and sane driving. ,IIra. farm.oranges grown at his Kingsley lake hi- father and mothor, Mr. and Mrs. (I it ion and would were l compare excellent favorably: ron- "- 'H.nln--.---.-.<.>.> ".'. !.'.'.'n"' ,.,.'. .h... .ftnm. .,,._"._.._.._. ..10...._._
cotton. |, They are of an old time variety that date will subject their owners to
I W H. Edwards, of Tampa and three with pigs exhibited] at of the fairs
and any
:\11'. Strong claims that :Meade :\ Carrie Warrender are almost as large as an ordinary arrest. W. .1. EPPERSON.: :
ton cot and Miss' fruit. sisters, Mrs. I,. E. Altmnn, :Mrs. C. S. this season by owners of large! pure I
matures so early that it does not Ada Warrender, of Tampa spent the ,| grape They came from a tree VIton of Wauchula, and Miss Ethel bred herds I Sheriff, Bradford County.

uffor from the boll weevil so much as week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. R. I! planted so many years ago that no one Ed".ards: !' of Tampa. Also three brotherk The club members
sea island does and he is convinced it Poppell. I II i remembers its age. W. II. Edward, Jr., now in France are to be congratulated two entries wore mnda:
is the cotton for farmers here to plant ""- and Masters Milton] and Massie of on the success they have met First prize of $;;.UO was awarded to J
m the future. This is the claim made I I I lous tc) hear from other farmers who lUG CO'M'O"lU: : AT RAIFORDI Tampa.-Wauchula Advocate. I with this year and each and every one Edwin demons.
for it by farmers in would like I expressed a determination to d<> even Second of
Georgia who have to join him in the purchase I ; prize $3.00 was awarded
better
been planting it. 1 of a quantity lot of the seed in order I A. n. Andrews & Son, of Ralford. highest market price. j I next year. to Tyson Reaves.I .
A. S. Strickland, of Kingsley lake, '! that the best price may be obtained. recently! sold a large lot of I The prizes were offered by the Brad I These young farmers each exhibited;
I
intend to J cotton the Griffin & Johns, of Starke, and C. B. ford County Fair Association
and the
plant a large acreage of the I There Is | total consideration ton splendid ears o* )1'11 and showed
being ;
boll '
of $35,000.
a the Meade They Roberts, of Graham, are negotiating I
Meade cotton next cotton ,state I pigs were fed and cared for without
that
that
season and ii anx- on exhibition at the Bank of they are in the market for sales close i they have been learning some
Starke. j I ,more seed on ) that they expect to up cost to club members.In thing and accomplishing results dur
I cotton and will the within the few
pay n :xt days. the corn club department only
ing their year's work a* club members.
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1"0 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. flUU.\Y. DE( F.'IHI"",

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r, ; HOW THE ALLIES MET THE MENACE Secretary Baker Urges Letters I i i, til.VKC.E OF-KLIOKM SCUOOLI KblLKN GEUU.E( -: I'll-\1 UtA-\,,i ..t


i Goternor and Cabinet Leave for George :Mart: '! ... :

i With "Home-touch" the Boy i :Marianna[ to In-pcct School the Daytona J It t g t
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Ir t OF THE HUN SUBMARINE CAMPAIGN principal of th,. \ "K

: i I Tallahassee Dec 11.The board of school pasted' t e

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le governor and his .entire cabinet left of the naval rt... .
'i' r d 1. ] 1 larger t
tt ( At lust the! public li g< tn II._' the< Ir inpr.Io' d"\Ip.J on a
+ It today in automobiles for :Mariannaon a member, :Mr M 1
I' meet the new .1
, r l complete! details of the unti ,uhu>uru,' i" ii were ready to
official visit the industrial his "
', an to llo's discharge fi 4n"otlhis'nv"
> war which was UUKI,1 first I Ioy the }hntente Tn i 'idtn'
] school. before their
departure 'r 'd 4
Urick! Palmer American
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witl h
Allies and later together
-: at an ixcutiM -.e.-inn, held in h.s wife at :st: ., 1
described! how the places
America from early in UI": until Oer journuh't .
been the gVAi-rot''s' i ) i fiffii't: wa1it' return to N'- '
W )1'alta. '; -ubmannci had
mashed down to do< 'v
j ,I feat.many Fur autocracy the first time the word! i tti i, marked I on charts., with the result iinm-ly iijfii1'' 'II! to" pl.n' i, .. th /k.. .. I here" will |learn W,' 11
"Sunn.;'" Mull: d l\', ur t Ilanip'*"n. I I- :I'' rtpor-'i iis will probably"n '1 I Ia
classified under 'Captured' ,
1 M d learning the facts in the funoustrug' , ,
Sunk and these ''h.-rgr" or thi >n ".n,"I i ni .1 i visit, en rout r JII
of the allied nation against the< and "Supposed' successes
gle 4UF
ffr. Potiieki ,
K7
', I ,. .
i4 obtained 'mild Ilp"fin'e'd n) it a 'tuna) innt' \
atrocities of the sub-sea terrors> withwhich were by gunfire by
the ramming by nets, by explosive bombs
starve
Germany hoped to I
f ; The eyes of the world are upon our soldiers oversea
+ world to submission: I and in other wayx Mr. Hene I liaiin, : 1j1"1r'"
{ t The atrocious conduct of the Hun ., in the Echo de Paris, declared that today net more for what they have don. than for what they:; are !

tl i in their so-called blockade is for the
i v first time described! for American by; I tilla of Germany had been accounted to reha'llltate Use! devasted< lands of Trance and Belgium and ,..... .a.;aa . i I
r a j the Herald in the following article, for and Mr :Mille in the Temps referred of making: sure that the victory:; In which they haTe so gloriously I I '-... ' .1 -" .. Scej

1 rv, taken from the London Times' history -,, to the loss of skilled personnel t shared shall be a permanent one. ;;-" ... .,, JP., I
:
of the war. Herein it is fully: as greet and I irreparable. I ''''''.. v'
t
i shown that the manner in which this, I The supremely important thing in This means that we my not :pent soon to hare them all ; !,

insidious and deadly form of warfare, ]I i alliL-- counter measures was to disi with QS here and to greet them fees to faoe. The pcatpon cent of 'Z"Engin J I Iw
utilized for attack the I, cover the! movements of the auhmB'rmp ,
an upon
4, ; ei was their homecoming will he of ton uppermost as well la their minds' Features
mercantile marine of the world re' In the early d.iya this could be
as la ours. They will yet meet and mist overcome many difficulties -
Tardlesg of all considerations of humanity -" rlonn only l I.>; sighting( the boat or it+ ,,
without: either the Incentive 0he exoltemant lent la
periscope for with nets
was a lasting disgrace to thc! or fishing it r.. 1. r
1 Germans who planned it anti carried I later on, in addition to dragging: the the past by the activities of war. They need oar help and< en- ) I V

?d t it into effect. microphone or hydrophone came into ooaragement now perhaps mom than at any other tine since the? e Q''

rf t In the following article the subma general use hut still better appliance* left hone in order that they nay be inspired and strengthened 2.E

e r rlne war is reviewed in the light o1 f were hoped for. A great improvementin to maintain that fineness of character, manner and conduct which in

yi + 'ttd 1 t the successful deference against it sighting the submarines was also} has earned for them such universal re.peot. fu .,

f on the part of the allied naVies. There obtained) by the extended use of aerial ku I

t' is a careful and dramatic explanation craft. The first submarine reported to I believe that among all the Influences which may be i' 3. Sir

+ of the measures taken and the have been destroyed was the U-15 focused upon this object the strongest and most farreachingis and

,; ; means adopted to meet the successive sunk by the light cruiser Birmingham I that whiah emanates from home letters and I therefore urge dUM
'i U' on A',.i"iit: 10. 1014 while: attempting'
and ever more vicious pitiless 4. Lighn ,
a r the mothers fathers wives and< sisters of our soldiers overseas { !.
Iho inventionserr to attack one of the squadrons of the
new Subst
c boat campaigns i tf
1 which scientific skill and ingenuity Grand] Plett The Birmingham I to express themselves earnestly in their letters as their Assured Fool
i JQ ality p LrCYlinder
share in seeing that the standards which America
high reoreseat
y4 { r placed at the disposal of the Allies saw the U-boat's periscope and by ai I : 5. Gun-
beta here and abroad shall be constantly upheld.<
during! the four years! of the struggle remarkable feat of markmanship i

n. will lc made cle-ur It will be shown blew it away. The blinder! submarine I Bore.

how at first the threut of Grand Ad- WIIH forced to come to the surface Cordially; yours 6. Leak PI', ii

S' miral Von Tirpitz: had the benefit of where she fell a comparatively easy by Fairbanks-Morse standards Comp sion.

novelty and surprise in spite of which prey to the cruiser. I 7. Cornpi,. .
#J.1 .... . .. II.
k .
p> tho original campaign of 1915 wall In January 191(5( there began': to throughout this famous "Z" with Bi" nt'IQ

r ; officially declared in the autumn of appear in American newspapers accounts It90ton 9. Baker which l\Ialln .
for 150,000practical
j l that year to be "well in hand." of the wire netting used by Secretary of War Engine, 8. Mori than

f The chief measures which produced British war ships to capture the "tin 1 farmers have paid Kated Power

a + thin result included. the ram the net, sharks" Hr !RayroniJ i D. 3 and 6 H p.
{ the gun the torpedo while now and It was stated to have been made of Pcsdiafc 10000000.

again in isolated instances a U-boat galvani/ed: material, with a fifteen Use Kerosene

t{ owed her fate to the aircraft. The font mesh. It was cut into lengths of Chairman ConmlaaloB on Training Camp Activities beforeC Ml" a

l xr lesson of the 1915! campaign was taken 170 feet, with a depth of twenty-seven Service was proved :

{ r' i A 1' to heart even before the attack feet On the top of this netting were Jd.TURN. all this money was paid-a TopsorGas; nt

i bad been frustrated and large construction lashed great blocks of wood. Oil burning The IS H eoal'I P aaTh
-- gaw )
designed to destroyers of great speed were I doubly convincing record.
programmes Suggestion for Mather'a Letter.
deal with any recrudencence of underwater used in pairs to patrol with sectionsof THE BOYS' THOUGHTS, S.r..ie. You
I
Son of Mine ; !, C.t From L.t .
; i raiding were put in hand. (During the netting stretched between them.

"i ka the year 1010, however the Germans On a submarine's periscope being HOMEWARD SAYS FOSDGK) They're sending you home to mo et!I br We haveuq jour the

*h r r 11 were able to take the offensive sighted the destroyers! slackened last Through all these months olwaiting !

} }I. : again in new fields and with improv speed at a distance of a mile or less, and longing I've been wearing: f'h; ; -
ASKING CO-OPERATION Lumber &
Co.
e ed boats Tonnage losses then increased and as soon us the course of the sub- a star for you and holding my bend]i (Quigley Supply to 1i
more and more until they reached marine could be obtained by observingthe livery andlxrwiu" '
nt high and thinking wonderful thought!1 .
_ evi ; proportions which created genuine a- continuous movements of before FLA."I
ryt Washtngtnn.-Special-Jost( STARKE
other about I've watched
y t lM, farm.thu. scope the destroyers got ahead you. you tbroulho"eao I ,
leaving for France to euperlntend -
must and dreamed anxious
; t German efforts culminated in and cut away the lashings which held I' I .. . .
the ends of the to the vessels.In the demolitllzntlon activities of drennis Yes, and cried a little, too,, '"" -. :' : : ::':' .. "
i the "unstrictcd" campaign which opened netting thoso which : . ,.. : ,n. ..;',C.i::;
organization reintly"
L February IU17 and which three cases out of four it was found but not when people could nee -
on 1. -- '
had, its maximum effect about the that the submarine ran right into took part In the United War Work And now you're coming home Oh,

! t middle of April In the pages which ibis netting. It required fine judgment Campaign Raymond It Fdkk. It seems too good to be true. I've Just
} y. to uncertain quickly the subma Ctiulrnmrj of the Commission on TrainIng read letters
' follow th"re are described its salient your again. They say ao
1 features In particular th" dauntless rine's course and to determine the I Camp Acll\'Hits, was Interviewedwith much more than you ever though!

dJ" heroism of the stanch attitude of the precise moment) to let go the net in regard to the. present situation of when you were writing them. Jushappeningsthat's tt

0 seamen, The gradual transformation order that it might sink below the surface our overseas forces, all most of the .../

N of this service from a trading to a and become entangled around the "The problem presented by the things: you wrote about were to you.
{ force shown with the U-h e fighting is provision But to me they said you were facing
'i > of special appliances and me- Perhaps one of the best illustrationsof two million men three thousand miles the biggest thing In life, facing f It

thods for defense, such as smoke the employment of nets for catch- from home Is one which will tax all bravely, aa I should'" want rny son to

- ,-" screens, "camouflaged" hulls, guns ing submarines was given by a German our Bovlnl resources. ," said Mr Fos- face It. You were offering your body
submarine commander.
and depth !bombs, and a special system leutnant Wenninger in interview Kapitan- dick. "It Is above! all a morale t>rohlein and your soul for a thing bigger than THE UNIVERSAL CAR
an
,s of convoy. Then there was the and It must be faced aa inch with you or me or America.
with Mr. I.andauer, a Hungarian war
revival of the construction of anti- and
the full of famlllea
co-operation
correspondent, in January, 1916. An When I wrote to yon I tried to
sir submarine craft and the speeding
friends here In this country If It la to
officer of the same name was among write cheerful, encouraging letters,
of merchant shipbuilding to replace -
> up New instruments the ICO U-boat commanders referred be aolved successfully. Every one who because I did not want you to go Into

vT l such ua lost the tonnage.microphone and hydro- to by the Admirality on September 6, hall a son, a brother must help !battle feeling that I wall holdLag. you Ford service for owners of Ford cars,

t phone fur detecting the positions of when he was shown to be a prisonerof "While the war was' en eur Toys back from the big aacrlQce. Its only is of the elements of the
one important!
bouts came into use. Minefields war. Describing his adventure ui were fully occupied ; they were till now, when the fighting la over, that Iran
end
k my und I barrages to restrict the the British nets, Wenninger stated filled with, the spirit of adventure, let down a little and be Just your great Ford organization. Ford owners
of he submarines certain that he left his base early one morning '' looking forward rather than back. the
movements twere in I''I toother Just woman who loves
I urem also much more and passed into the North Sea, the Now however the lighting la at an I" you better than anything else In the can get real Ford service only by corning!

widely use-d. I Especially significant bout .being under water with her peri-I, end. They are going to remain, mont world and la ao glad to know jou're to the authorized Ford deal-

was the great advance made ill the scope awash. His story is best of them many month! lining: work ooralng back to her that she duettu

t use of aircraft und! their equipment. his own words; which will be neither exciting nor ",are who sees her cry Honest' ers, where there are at allFord
t' under these "I looked through the periscope, he . will I
Illustrations are given pnrtlculnrly Inieruiilng They get
j I ,. Perhaps for some of the boya whohave
could behind .
various heads which will bring home continued and see a red buoy lonesome bored and terribly homo I times Ford workmen, genii-
stood with
boat. When ten minutes Inter you so !finely through
render how crucial was the test my
{ to the und how I looked I saw the buoy again, al..k. tlicwj trials the fighting la not yet all ine Ford materials and the'
+ applied to our sea power "The ( raised In the
r 1170OiiOJOO re-
.still nt the same distance behind us, mer The fighting I man la that he.wean > Service
maintained'y'i'p
nobly the British seamen standard low Ford prices.If .
rent I Lnlti'd War Work drive la to be
; of their forefathers I steered to the right and then to the a man and himself, and for
tho tr..Jilions
r iblr 1 i and male, possible! the success of the left, but the the buoy kept. on following lined rroiUcly to bridge over this pr- nmny of them this will be the hardest [ youwant: to get all thereis

i w ,' allied cuusn. : the war by keeping us. I descended deep into the Water clod by providing recreation and hurtle of all. During/ the long clays
tih y our sea communications but still saw the buoy floating on armia.-mpnt.. Hut no amount of ru"re and, evenings of waiting: before they and the btstthercsis.iin; your Ford car

i"1 ) open Until August 7, 1W18!:!, thu public had the surface above us. At last I di..- money expended' In such a way will bo 'an start for home lhi>uchts; will creepInto come to us with it for the genuine Fordservice.
hud the chainof thru want
l covered that we caught enough.Mint,, boys really their minds wblt'hvlll be hardto 1 '
general terms
been told in
only vague, the buoy and l that we were drugging la not diversion tint human Interest time.
roplnt, Thf.'revlll be Prompt attention
f of the success achieved by the countermeasures times after all every
with At this I also. .
it time
along
us and 'lluso
sympathy things
/ expreit- .
j! against Gernmn submit'inea.I'leqnent tliestt months of action when the IonIn ,;-
sow through the periscope a strange, ed In letters. from home will warm
f i K-nmiul.s! had been made for for change and for the companionship -
: small steamer, which at a consider- / their henna' and create n home atmosphere -
I i this of the Inn them .
light on phase subject of women may lend tnto 0''"
iiblo distance, was steering. a course
L' /( whllathi'v
around< them,
even
tieiiiy pointed out that the constant so.'Uttlons! which will spoil theIr hnme- GARAGEA.
and the At FORD
directly" behind buoy.
us! from tho circle.
i of mercantile loss und tmfCor are Htjui'nt family
:a reports the sounding. < umng! and rauw them shiuus and' humiliation -
mine time my apparatus
u ing on the one hand and the utmost indicated that n screw steamer/ wasin I "BiK-li 'letters tummy be a very ne e...- and even perhaps. make

complete silence legurding tho work th. vicinity.; Observation soon rr- nary sheet anchor to windward In the them unfit to receive the love that \V. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors I
navies the other, hud n of The of
of the allied on case aome boy thought
hernYou. .
alts them
vented th" act that five enemy torpedo(> an
misleading influence on the minds of bunt, the some one waiting for them countingon < dourest STARKE FLORIDA
from
.
1 v ere approaching boy are Just as huirma ,
ti thu people as to the actual position them, will more than anythingsue
,
north. I incieusu-d the speed of the as your comrades mod I feelings like
$ of affairs, But for reasons which the make them hold hunk and thinktwl..e
,
r t'' ; authorities considered sufficient, and bout in the eep"ctatirm of being able theso mar come to you too. I don'task .-J Jl
to attack of them Tho five before plunging Into situations
hud disturbing effect one torpedo I you to crab them They are natural >
which eertiunly a :
boats themselves which night mean harm and unhapplneiia -
]
nrrangoi in a and ,
they only that bus
.t the morAle of the German seamen prove war
upon semi-circle. I sank still and for them."We .
,, the Admirality preserved: silence deeper bv failed to dry up the well spring> of
-:) r until it was clear beyond doubt that pumping obtained better air. I got ] have ral.m1 the rU>aneat array your emotion 1 ask you only to rut aiaiK a C" .ltJ J;;'
ready for all eventualities. At this l| In the world We have kept It clean.
the peril hud been averted and the "l gniie them when they come and to
juncture my boat began to roll in n W. hop to bring It hack all clean and
I
menace held. Mr. Lloyd George then ""trol them with the. fine arenA
i announced that "at least 150 of these most incomprehensible manner. We strong aa It was when It left ua But you have !gjilned while Sz*>tlng for tee
I
began to risa and sink the
steering I while b lleve will For The Kiddies Christmas
ocean pest have been destroyed"! Hi* gear being apparently out of order, 'e our soldiers! idol and principles. of AmerR-a. Just
usual challenged stand the prvuint test-the hard....t of
statement was, as> remember that
Soon after, however I found that we many joyous years' tit
in Jerrnnny(, whereupon. the Admirality had encountered n wire netting anti all lii wane w.aju. --ns bravely and' lift are ahead of you and. that the risk

-, issued the names of the command that \vr were entangled in it in an almost successfully aa they hove stood everyother of spoiling them and the love that will Dolls, 20c. to $2. Mechanical Toys 15c to Hr;,
\ of Hill bums that hud beenti .
olllcerg of their
r' ing teat manhood and eadurunce. '
rill
hopeless manner. We had in them U too tr"N"ndoUIt to nm for
accounted for. Of thc.i- officers, IKi It la our duty to give theui. Trains with $ I 1.25 $3
fact got into the not of one of the a 'vliort hour of seeming pleasure, track complete, to
were, dead, twenty-seven prisoners, six hunters surrounding, in Tor hour all the help we ran."Tlila of the bo '. "ho|
nn Many will
I had interned mnnngrd in neutral to return countries to .in; ', and one and 1halt the netting carried us , as I hare Raid ran beat trendered ><> 'h"ime with you have) no mothers come to Pocket Knives 20c. to $1.50 Steam Engines $1 .50 t It, $- j

many with it. nnd although I made, : by means of letters which
every "rite to them Some of them
Thl' threat of Von Tirpit/ to bbxk may
effort to get clear of it, rising ; I will begin saw, nt once. not only to
think' that
no one cares what
t' nde the lid it! i I"h Isles was based on the nnI'1 they do.
then sinking with the object of satisfy their home longing, but to FOLKS
early successes of the suhm mitex' : Hut somebody di>es, earn. America FOR THE GROWN
successes which were as unvxpnted, ing to the bottom of the netting, it I turn their thought from. tasks nlrenflvaccomidlnhed "lIrf'Snd the girls they will marry
was. all in \'ain. for we were always' In the
lung of life
years
)' by the enemy us by most people every some fillY eurP.nl.. <>h. the differenceIt
dragged back sometime to the right "
where Sulimnnnf attacks on. men" of mind sometimes to the left. II ahead of them. will make In their lives. If they will p'' Vase, 35c, to SOc. Shaving Stands, 75c. to 85c.
wnrailed within few months, 1 bat
remember
} a just that there Is always
"There else for ,
nothing
what the U-boats could l no longer d.) I I'. but to was increase the weight in nvto the'' HOME FOLKS MUST HELP.WeehingtoaSpectekTbe somebodynlway-s! b Carving Seta, $4 to $6 Meat Choppers, $3 to $4.50 !
t against trading vessels' So far ns is Help thtiu to rememhrr
themto
help
"ulimnrine much ( !
known,' tho boats used nt that timewere that I might as try to tear ns the possible netting so ( War come hoino clean and<1 fine D..u't r Chocolate Sets, $4 Knives and Forks, $1.50 to $3

comparatively small and few in Department Commission on Training let them .
Piir'nniitely. when we started I had spoil everything now. They
number I'robllblylot submarines more than fifty pump., ,(I in from five to six tons of Camp Activities bas bit upon an 101portant iaie been ..<> spli'ndld. If you think Reduced prices in effect during the Hob

or sixty were operatingat water filling all tanks. I increasedthe and entirely new Idea In the this letter will help them give It to

the height of the first campaign, weight. \ of the boat to the utmost "I.t'ft'rll-frow.home" plan Just onDuiinced. htm If they have no mmhera let mo days and dishes and glass ware
which formally began on I'chruary 18,
; and "ullol'nl!, we felt shock and WC'rt'1'] b. their mother
) until they have coma
( known that
1!H5. It
was only twenty.five
(4 or thirty submarine were completed - clear of the netting I then descended l lmanometer 'I' I'ull the bnv" through the most try- hark and taken the high places that General Hardware, Stoves Heaters, Farming !Implements

for the German when ni dee-plj in the water us I cavil!I. the Inperiod of their service by writing! await them hero Tell them to write
navy war
b broke out und assuming that n ,imi- -how .niy. fifteen 'nthoms. | the right kind of letters, letters full ot to toe How I should treasure their Kitchen Utensils sold at a reduction.
We remained umli. water for ig'itcen the li. feeling, the mother
niie feeling.
letters
lar number were added'' during the I !
first slit months of hostilities the hours, When I Innt",1 to ascertain This appeal ,U made to mothers. father And of course you will write to me. Make our store your headquarters while in town

V combined figure probably represente,I where we were of I noticed that' mv' compass -. ulsters and sueetheart. by the Just any hut yon' uu.t..l .rstnndthatyou
out
the maximum Which the Germans had I wassteeredby the order roof a thenwn I War pnrtinent. It Is that mullions know why' I lime rltten tills It't.'ter. -
alit
at their disposal in the first campaign er. but at ln..t I green had, to cart rid of 1 bal- of lnn|>lrlng letters. bo written Then I can wall noutlis-yea, Starke Hardware Company

The attempt had already been madeto ln..t In order to rUe :My manometer cI.\\e< euiler. l.desln: even >eiirs-knowlnt: that you will

interfere with the Channol ferry still, however showed fifteen fathoms nat..t l a. .1""lter.rtJlII.hom. week I come home to mo aa dm' and clean a.you STARKE. FLORIDA

but this had! been thwarted and the Pulpit aud press are co-openitlng to were when I B1I11111. nnnr to

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hended. Chief F. C. Roach stated he per cent were carried in American accorded: the head of a foreign government '
- Florida -- I expected to have him in the toils of I ships, -18 1-2:! in liritish. and the lial- visiting France. The president EXTRA SESSIONOF ii

News in Shrift Paragraphs. the law in a short while. What promp- mice in French and Italian vessels i I left Hrcst at 4 o'clock this afternoon -
ted the act is unknown. Witnessessay Of the total strength of the naval I for Paris, where the heart, of

---------1: I he was evidently! under the Influence escort guarding all these convoys, the'France'i will acclaim him tomorrow n*
of strong drink when he halted United States furnished 82 :U-4 percent the nation's guest. LEGISLATURE a
Live State News in front of the bank on the orsyth Great Britain 14 1-8 per cent and I I The landing of the \presidentiis i< :

street side, pulled a gun from his France 3 Il"r cent. I,| not only a l"'II1H1'kllblI'1"'Ctlich', with

,w.Iae.w.w ,.nn....... tts v...,...... : pocket and fired through the window. It was fi-lt that these! official fig1ures a notable naval pageant for its background -
Told by Our Exchanges. lie then dropped the gun buck into should be made public owing to :; but it also marked the first STARTS NOV. 25
his! pocket and calmly left the scene. the discrepancies in the statements of entry of an American president. inlu

. . - __ . __ __- _-__ .!5JI No one attempted to stop him. I many public speakers. us to the rclativn '' \personal contact with )Europe; and its
fthnri tiil", n liv the ilifft'roilt I nit* I ii f fiiiitiAlthough.
Bar hasformed I Soldiers: sailors marines who When he from his about vnl forces ; ;- i - ;; 00- Governor; Catts on November 15th
n' Tr-A-CCC Fruit Co. and came room enabling American troopsto the presidential fleet arrived issued an executive order calling, tho
at St. Petersburg for are to soon be mustered out of the 7 o'clock Saturday morning, 12yearold reach the battle lane in sufficient I at Brest shortly oftcr noon, it legislature of Florida, into .
flu manufacture of fruit bars: and service, will receive every consideration Gordon :Seyfried:: of Orlando' saw force a to turn the tido against Germany. wns not until after a o'clock that session on November an 25th.exlrnor.ilinary I
!Ihvtfrom citrus fruijs.I I from the United States government Pauline Suckfelt, a young servant of I President and :1 1I's.'ibon{ embarked t J ,
which intends to place them n the family, lying on a bed in her room, In actual (lumbers of men transported ,,ion a harbor boat and vet foot on the At this special session legislation
I Florida Educational Associa- positions to make a livelihood, after pointing a revolver at her breast. 012.082( were carried in American soil of France. Vast, crowds wntclivd" will I be considered, relative to n bone
lot and Southern Educational Society they have returned to civil life. Walter Young Seyfried, a Doy Scout, ran i naval transports and 411,11)1! in other I the tnhips p ashore, and the fleets of dry law, tux on automobiles labor for
kil- hold their regular annual meet- A. Dopson, head of the Jacksonville to the girl and tried to wrest the revolver American ships; l,00ii)87; !) were curried s roared a salute as the lust stage: farms and other things./ :Special: attention -
b.ir r Gainesville on December 31. bureau of the United States Em- from her. She fought with him. in Hritisb hottonHund (0S.'."fl inI j'' of the journey was accomplished.On will be given to measures that
ployment Service, stated that plans There was an explosion. John Soyfried British leased Italian ships; and 52,0(1(1()( ( the harbor boat going ashore will encourage returned l soldiers to
"in. Catts appointed Mrs. Frances! I have been worked out by which thissupport the boy's father, guided by the by French and Italian ships. the. president was seen standing; on the ,settle in this state.
rlun Hall to be tax assassor for lire- organization is to receive the girl's screams: ran to the room wherehe upper deck with JulesI.. Jusseriinil,1 I The Florida Times-Union is making
aI iiounty to fill the unexpired term of all allied organizations to cooperate found his son on the floor a bullet AIHI'LANK: PLANTS TIWNKI: :' : French" ambassador to the United, special arrangements to cover the '
f 1'1 husband, Mr. W. H. Ball, who in placing these men in lucrative wound in his neck, and the girl INTO Fl'KMTHliK; : FACTOUIF.SWashington : : :States: who l lwvtlla pointed out i the historic news nf this special session of thi I'
ft., .ntly died. positions. on the htThe: \ bullet had piercedher and( monument of the ancient legislature./ Trained correspondentswill '
'- left breast, inflicting a severe but pec. l i.-IVcision of city. furnish the Times-Union with detail -
I'h, power yacht, Flirt, from Bos- Private Patrick Geter, Block A. not mortal wound, before it hit thfl boy airplane manufacturers in Germany to ;,I As the boat touched the pier the, reports of each session. The news I:
0' :Miami, went ashore three miles Camp Johnston, and a woman whose severing an artery. The dying boy was turn their plants to making furniture ,]i French and American guards of honor coming direct to the Times-Union office ,
c" ,f the Beaufort bar. The crew I name is not known had a very narrow ,'able, to say only a few sentences.: His ]led,I to n )protest from officials of the'presented, arms and the strains of the. by win where special operators j;
nken off by the coast guards: escape from death at a late hour ,'lust' words-to his mother-were: German /government, according to advices Star Spangled Banner mingled with will be on duty to receive the news. 1

h''' rucht will be floated easily. I I Tuesday night. They were walkingnear "Mamma, I tried to do my duty as a reaching channels. The point the cheers of the great 'nj.ultitu.iU News dealers and news boys are

Phoenix Park when a racing j Scout." Then he was tuken to Dr. Uris- was said to have been made that in I I I I Mrs. Wilson came .ibe plunk' not allowed return privilege, therefore ,
lion. Herbert Moore, of Crawford- automobile approached them. At the coe li. I Ransom to the !Memorial hospital order to IHJ ready for the next war with Gen; Pershing.up\ She gang carried a they order only the number of papers f ,

ilk Wakulla county, youngest mem- I 1 same time a street car approaching, !in Orange, where he died one and Germany; must replace] the airplnnvs large bouquet\ and as she passed the for which they have regular purchasers. "
,.! It the house of representatives, 1 coming .from the opposite direction.|| a half hours Inter. The Suckfelt girl which it is required to turn over to'''American, army nurses they handed, It is therefore not safe for anyone a:!
| ei' II his home Thursday morning at' Geter pushed the woman from the also was taken to the hospital where the associated nations under, the terms i( her an American flag which she bore to' ,11'1"11.1upon buying n paper ;
I o "<>''k of pneumonia, resulting from i iInfluenza. path of danger and then leaped himself I she was arrested, on charges of manslaughter of the armistice i proudly. from tho newsboy at li cents. Then, !b
1, but he fell and wrenched his : and l attempted l suicide, byi Commenting on the protest, the too, it Is cheaper for you to place an
knee badly. He was taken to St. Luke's i i Chief of Police Byole. She told him Radish, Landes Xoitting declares that The prt.id'nt1111, the last to comi1 order with the Times-Union agent! ,

Automobile thieves have made their i hospital and was later taken to camp. that her sweetheart had /gone away the next war will he won in the air ashore, amid great applause." He held! asking him to deliver! tho paper to
Lpeiirence in Orlando and as n result | The woman was taken to her home. land] that she had intended to shoot sod advises the government to make his silk hat in his hand ; his face wits your address at twenty cents per week
u I -ars were removed from their i The driver of the automobile did not herself but not fatally. new contracts with the manufacturers"to wreathed with smiles and 1 ho Ion,."'". or you may place an order with the

arage's Saturday night for parts un- |i stop.. I I allow Germany; to remain in pos- to the walls masses and of the people on the rinimr Times-Union direct and have the par ra
nwn, The thieves begun to operate An exciting chase took place at Hpnainn; of ttin niimlmr nf flvrinty; mil.chines terraces of the ritv. HIT delivered to von bv mail nt the b ,.
:.arh Saturday evening.Representative Sheriff Law, assisted by 1'. L. I i Kisaimmt'O Wednesday night whenMarshal needed I ; to'face': the dangers I :; that;;; minister:Stephen; Pichon and, :, the French foreign rate of $9! per, your.-Adv.Currency .
,
Georges niin-
Weeks Leygues,
a prominent turpentine operator Overstreet undertook to stop may menace her in the? course of the
: Fort, of :Marionr rounded up three automobiles: n car which was violating the city coming years." i biter of marine, joined the president l, Williams.
to introduce a me- laden with BO': packages,: of whiskey, I traffic ordinance and was shot in the as he stepped, ashore and l'ol1.h..t..dhim ,
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r r nt" \ proposes ( of tho banks .
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said to he in transit from to to a beautifully decorated, II.
Tampa
j-iu nl to congres asking for the set- Coffee Georgian The autos face by the strangers. As n result AGENTS= FOR < IVS1 CM'ACTIVITIKS .. ion. Here the first formal I welcomeswere pity 1 to $1 i Hr.1I7,lIlIl/OtlO) () and loans' to :$12.- r'
jtinit aside of the "scrub" in Marion county, of the accident, Mr. Overstreet's flpWE'nrs
: IN SE SIOSKnoxvill. ,! ( increusc of
l2lOOO,000: / showing an
apparently heavily loaded with given PresidentVilson as the. I
W iJikonidc counties as a National oranges unusual adornments in the way
excited the suspicion of the sheriffon guest. of the French, nation. ft per cent in dopomts' over the record
of
court plasters] his coat which !
that .
It is said I wascovered
pun preserve game passing through. Accompanied by blood Tenn., Dec. 12.-State: eif the year 1 previous, and of n.1'i( l per
with ] -
abounds, in this section made n trip to the l'ntll of 1 ti
lov n boys' agricultural club work ivnt in loans.
TAKlTT'KI/F.
1lr.Veeks, he went in an automobile I cleaners and the occupants of the car, FLOK1IHOYS : ;
Thteumer Sea Gull, of Daytona, to head the party off. When he over- I two white men and negro, are oecui here In fifteen Southern ,states assembled| AT Olil.IIO'LIII, ( National banks' showed $l I.I.O) IO"I-() )()
took the of the latter is today fop n three days' conference ] ,000 deposits., increase. of !IR)
-nnh *'II> carrying the Royal Scotch party one i 1 pyinir cells in the county jail. Early; I -- an percent t
illiirhiamlers] band from Daytona toNew said to have stated that he would, in the evening a large car passed! to discus plans for extending, devel-1] Some time ngo the club\ boys ,from and :ff'.I.C.'JO.OOO.OOO/ : ( loans un in-
Smyrna, sprung a leak near Portrang" I not be taken unless killed. However, [ the marshal going at nn unsafe speed aping and giving instruction, concern- !. several counties in Florida asseiiilileil rrenso" of !I.l per cent.All .
agricultural club
) about 10:00: a. m., Tuesday: two of the machines gave" up, the third He commandeered another car that Hill of the of for boys I.V.. i an exhibit of 100 enrs of corn and llIl'nt < banks, state and national, had I
Inc "11 a sinking condition was run on slipping away, but the occupants later I was speedy enough to catch it, and of extension department nod altri'ulture'Korfil.e i i thorn to the Oklahoma state fair ntMtiskogeo. $:IlilI.lIlItIOUII"posit": !! ( ) /( and, $22.011)-
C. L. Chambers
'ir ,later bar just north of the Port dumping the booze and returningto with John Lee and Fred hoes, gave Oklil., to compete, with similar (100,000( I loans.TOTTON .
themselves the officers. I assistant in boys' .clubs, are In chnrgei! I exhibits from club ...
give to in all
|omnii bridge.I up I chase When he finally came up to it, conference. I hoys ---
of the >.
The liquor I
Chi 'nad from Daytona via DeLaiid sell at retail at $1,500. gun over the back seat and fired at have In resulted pointing from ot, the advantage work/officials that I j!I as good: as could have been, .xecnroila : : ; FOR NOV. n
the pursuing machine. The windshieldwas I II few weeks later. It is internstinir
i' Orange City, to Harden ferry on '
are
I When Peter O. Knight offered, $1 shattered and the showed I that during 1)17!) there were ltd I| know, however, that the Florida i ii . '
th -t t Johns river, will lie named n top riddled. about 1111.000/ members, of the clubs I' \Washington\ , Hi.- The amount
I
Ith" ofh pound for a sweet potato weighing in The injuries to the i boys won third prize Oklahoma won'
in honor marshal's fn'ewprp
Torshing Highway, 1 who produced" between $1,000.000( ( and of cotton ginned, prior' to December the M
' rune to a resolution adopted by the folk said "Huh, he's safe They escaped, hut was later stopped the third prize>: being :$10. Next y..nrth and nixty-thivo thousand one hundred, (
1 "?n1,' 'ir. county commissioners inrgtl. thought; there "warn't no rich nni- at Orlando and brought hack here. Statistics" were read to how that "( ,. boys will mnke the competitionstill d
n session at lie Land Thursdayof mule," but they reckoned without--no The car carried about twenty cases during the punt ten years/ the yield, keener, but they did very creditable and twenty-four running boles In-
[ "n week. not the everglades or any other noted i of liquor, pocked beneath the seat and l mude by boys on their acres have av- work this time eluding twentyfivethousand, seven

fertile spots Tampa backyard covered with oranges. The men claim ernged/ from two to three times those ---- --- ---- I hundred and forty-one Sea Island, the
gardens Col. W. V. Stovall of The to have produced by other farmers. U.! :S. HANK; RESOURCES:
l"n- lag' event in Suwnnnee county come from Macon, Ga., and i Census Bureau reported.Irove's .
|took i place Tuesday when the big bune commissioned to buy the TI'i-1 I ,said they intended to sell the booze --- ARE $11I.210.000.01111I) .
the chorus 7.710 MORE: le'. :S.; SOI.IHKKS I
tet were thrown open to the public, just joined of "Can't at Jacksonville. UK. .
I ( Taatelesa chill Tonic
r witness the really best county fair done,," yesterday and written the own- TI'HN=1 ON=1 6 TRANSPORTS Washington, Dec. Ifi. -Aggregate1resources : m
in thi history of the county. We say er of the nineteen-pounder at Lees- I Baldwin with---;;; ,great drainage of the 28.880 banks in the restores. 'vitality mil ...ne"b/ )' purifying end en-
burg to ship it to ] whena New York. 1 Dec. rl. lilnU the bluixl. You cnn tuon ,..lite StrDlllllh.Inll. "
Ithe really best because the quality, Philadelphia, section of some fiO.OOO acres of rich 11.-Welcomed United States: state and, national, .
I'prrally( and as a whole, is better dark cloud loomed up in the door. .1 farming lands, has landed on the home OK heroic ,sons of the nation, last June 30 amounted. to $10,210,000- ... ), lovliioreelnu EITiict.: Price alto

than in previous years, even though It was Gillie Forman, colored, with i I syrup And sugar Men with both feet, 7,710 more soldiers, ,sailors marines 000, of which $22I71.000,000: wan
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It mot not be the largest.Tht the "goods. The potato weighed and comes to the front with the organization and aviators, representing virtually credited to the 21,175 state, savingsand For a Sour StomachEat
twenty pounds and eight ounces, the I I of n corporation to be every state in the Union, entered private banks and trust companies sparingly, particularly of meats

'i.fiOO-ton Ferris type steamship product of the Forman backyardlar/ j known as the Seaboard Sugar: Company fogbound New York harbor today on mind $17.8.000,000:)! to the 7,70fi masticate your food thoroughly and
oeosB. built by the Morey-Thomas den, back of the Tampa Electric car with a capital stock authorizedat six large transports from Europe. The I national banks This. wits shown today take one of Chamberlain's Tablets after j

I Shipbuilding, Company, is scheduled to barns. $95.000. They will start with a tales" these men tod about one another by a report of Comptroller of the supper.-Adv.

..n ",tit thin rvu-k..r inn* f\n a f iVal VO_VlftllF API".t",1.. t............. ar. tan..,, D hDa, a..., ......... were narrations of American- hiirh
'" - n' -- u u .u
trial trip; running; i from; the itt An injury, which at first appearedto lengthwise by one of the n. drainage courage on French battefielda; : on the _. .
Ithc mouth of the St. John river and be of small consequence, received canals, thus assuring perfect drainage open seas rind, in the air above France -- --- "- -- -- -- \

|''''/.'ral miles in the Atlantic ocean. while helping a stranger/ get an automobile for the tract. This tract is partially and Kngland.; Hundreds of the men I
I She'= will be in charge of the JncknonIvllli started, caused the death of i improved, and thus the company will mnimed for life by wounds receivedin ,
:hip outfitting yard. II. W. Dohrmann, .head of n business'1 he able to make its firsts planting in some of the war's heaviest fighting Below Cost Sale of i

school at St. Petersburg Mr. Dohr- i l the spring, and to the extent thAt it vvci.. hurried to hospitals and the ,
a flotilla of submarine chasers mann had been to prayer meeting will be able to obtain the seed cane. en HITS, went to camps, where they --

s .<)1 l m-t'. : PT,1' port thin morn- nt the Baptist temple. On his way The declared of the concern will; be demobilized.IiSllK.NT : Shot Gun Shells I
\'ifii.t' wh'le"I home he passed a young woman trying are to install heavy modern machinery ---.---- --- ,
in. front Key West to New York.It I to crank a car and having a hard I the first installation to take care ( :: : WII.SOSlUUI'S I!I''
time doing it. :Mr. Dohrmann volunteered o" IN FRANCK: LAST l'Rll.1YIb
It -'ifliting, flotilla there are ev- ICO tons of cane per day. which \\i
"I 'iii' the combined crew of whichn to crank the car for her. expected to yield in the neighborhood, Smokeless Shells 93c. box
n r about ixty men. The sched- r Iln so doing he wns ,struck in the side ,0C 4,000 gallons of syrup. No provision .t, I Dec. 1M.: -PresidentVilnon 'I |
II"". 'hi flotilla calls for its! depar- I by the crank. He suffered considerably I will he made at present for the liinil.il,I in France at :3:21: o'clock this I'l'aft. ',
Case of 500
t'i'' 'm' St. Augustine tomorrow and it was found that a blood I, milking of sugar beyond possibly "raw i ,", noon amid, 11 demonstration of I'' $18.00
clot had formed under the flesh, but 'I .l.ir enthusiasm and I
III suga/ but all the attention of the pop r | national sym-,1,
he wns getting along nicely until i I concern will be directed. toward the mtli\| such as rarely' if ever, hits been' Black Powder Shells 79c. box
shortly before he died when it win I production of a high-grade to [
i aft ilp of the several railroad system apparent that the blood clot hud be of standard quality and grade syrup and l.i urn to Look Out For Yourself
,
j U'' '.ulllh)mitering busy Jacksonville at Camp Johnston are now and reached his heart. 1 Death was sudden packed at the morning breakfast table :-'''mcbudy hus declared that wheninoplo { { All fresh stock. Have larger stock
| unexpected.
j 'tPnlingthe movement of the I' and to be marketed throughout the ,. I learn to treat slight ailments I>
sup
I Koldiers there, who are being mustered country under its own labels which ;hi r rmi-lves, there will be much less I I i Than I wish to carry. Don't miss ;
it will be the aim of the
oin '>f'the service and are anxious to On( orders from )Florida, headquarters company toestablish ,10-1, II"SS.lost! diseases have their 01'I I|
reach -hi'ir homes at the earliest poq- the American Railway Express as a dependable guaranty of It II. I in some minor ailment and when I; this '

| ni-ilt, time, In order to prepare for the Company today shipped from I I its purity- ., -excellence... .. end flavor. ; tutu,' ,is properly treated the morn scrI I, bargain.
('IC mats festivities after their ab- IVnsacola all consignments of whis- ; qI mi disease mny be avoided.\ This is i
from the- home folks. key Containing! more than one W.ltSTIO; : ='1 INFLITKNZA;; IS ,liiiiticularly; true of throat and lung '
I I The outgoing shipments cons 'Iunrt'l I STILL: RAGING:' | tr'' il>lis. Take Chamberlain's Cough j DeWIIT C. JONES
; almost a carload and the / Hi, ini'dy and give every cold the utten- < ;
II I ti nl.uUle large tragedy was enacted and lum'ttlcment at sent back in order to comply with th I Ii I Washington r-;:; 15.* -Warning to''II ti' a it deserves and you will be able I Ito '
turpentine
n -
I t.., i quart-a-month law passed by the the country that the influenza epidemic -j void i some of the most serious 'liien ,, Starke Florida
in Liberty county, islature the is '.. that afflict mankind This ,
'.." 'H'orge O. Purnelle, superin- at special session. h'I-I I by no means ended and that rem. ,
I. nt of the Graves Lumber Com- consignments of one quart, or all possible precautions against .the I erlhas been in use for many years I i in I,
were shipped back. The I 1 disease should be taken and 1 its value fully proven-Adv.,
III' .it that place was shot and express company .. .: wait issued i -- . -- ----
I. 'I' \ a negro the murderer later was notified: to get rid of all ex- .' ny surgeon General Hlue of the pub- . .
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' t' death at the hands of another c"ss shipments by (Ii i o'clock tonight i i'lie health service. --
tI mploye of th" company. Since there were numerous consignments Reports received by the service show I :, u.ltdtt1tL"iClLllliaGltDl:9tdtlttClWtAt' ) : ; ;}eftNlfJtafatltutJtlnBClalC)0)671aiWtJSnCtClSB4)OilOtBt10)O) ; >(.:lmwtUlt.mCJIiUmIDQmlmclWcnmmC:) ) ) ; ) ) ><:)
consisting a case or more a recrudescence of the disease practically U, ,
and the express officials were not I I from one end of the country to ,
Daniels, superintendent of ua
. certain that the owners would call another and in his statement Dr. Blue '
and i
I ti'in." two negroes were for it by H o'clock tonight the only I advised the closing of the public .
i. a boiler explosion ut the un
I ur station at Ponsacolu. Ie- way to play safe was to send it out "schools on the first sign of the i Greetings
of town on the train. reap-I
noon pearance of the
:o 1 ." the explosion could not be epidemic. lie
p 'ii! >'d] It was stated; by naval of- disease apparently now tended to occur re'
f, ", that all of the cusualities were The firing of a pistol shot througha more frequently among school 31li ,
window of the Barrett National : -
ai' children. f;
njt civilians and the
Jo navy men bank Laura and 1 Forsyth streets, was II ,)
.
tI nothing of the explosion he- --
unusual for that crowded li wII' a
an occurrence -
.
.' il the fact that it occurred. .UtEIUC.STF.UltS: : CARRIED I
thoroughfare Wednesday about HALF OF TROOPS TO EUROPE )
ti:30 o'clock. No one was injured as IJ
evernl automobiles loaded with the shot wa fired at a high angle, I
"h ikey and headed for Georgia are and the bullet harmlessly spent its New York, Dec. 16.-With the navy J<: ,

.non to have been seized by the United ( .''f in thn! ceiling! of the handsome Vice department's Admiral consent, the office of : At the near approach of the most joyous season {
utes authorities Cleaves commander of
at Jacksonville. banking room. The police have the
.i/UST how many were arrested in the name of the white man, who is said the cruiser and transport force made x of the extend to our sincere
our
we patrons
public figures year
'Kid+ showing ,
and exactly
the amount of whiskey inred to have fired the shot together with '
/ could not be ascertained here the names of the two witnesses. the proportionate share of troops conveyed
''I 1 night: The prisoners were not are being withheld until the principal They to France in American vessels. )?r wish that this will be a time of rejoicing and good '
.gad! in the Of the entire army of 2,079,880 men
Duval county jail and actor in the little drama is appresk -
,inot known whether or not they - - - taken over, the statistics show. 46 1.4 will among all.Bradford .

. ".' later sent to Georgia, as all er- I<
Ilast night to locate the United The Strong Withstand the Winter : 1
Your
'''" marshal failed. Gro Cold tetter Than the Weak "

-- -. - -- You must have Health. Strength) and En. I"
Cold Cause Grip and Influenza durance to fight Colds Grip and Iniluenza. u

LAXATTVK BROMO QUININE!:Tablet* remove the When your blood Is not In a healthy
MUM. There .It only on. "Bronx QutaiM." condition and does not circulate properly I
C. W. GROVE'S l4s tun oa box. JOc. your system 13 unable to withstand the i i County Bank

-- -- -- -- Winter cold.GROVE'S. I

Chronic Constipation I TASTELESS Chill TONIC= ,

This disease is nearly always brought I I Fortifies the System Against Colds, Grip ,)
.n by bad habit To effect a perma- O and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching i BRADFORD COUNTY'S FINANCIAL STRONGHOLD; :
the fotood.It .
lent cure you must correct your hab- v
ita In the! meantime take Chamber. contains the well-known tonic prop I i iI
lain' Tablet They are easy to take I attics of Quinine and Iron In a form 'B Starke Florida ::1
and most agreeable in effect They I acceptable to the most delicate stomach ,
only cost a quarter,-Adv. and Is pleasant to take. You can soon feel '
Strengthening.Invigorating Effect. We:. ht $
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S ? o r>,\F. POUR: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE tL.ORIJA_ ._ FRIDAY. DECEMBER j,. J i'' .

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Migc Mary and Ida Warren, of : o= : : : = = :!C'lY'.'....."_""",. _. .,
Bradford( ;
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,,h County Telegraph liaiford, were in town :Saturday.: -
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__ _. Mr. and Mr. Farnell are the guests I
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0 of I.. A. Duncan this
I PohIUh i Weekly, and catered a* are. Russia. Ware visited her sister, :Mrs. THOSE WHO PAY"

and class matter at the Dotit-offire at W. M I. Overstreet last week. .
Rufus Taylor attended the fair Fri-
OY Starke, Florida.
x day and Saturday.
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H === - :Mitch Markey spent Sunday with .
ipl
E. 8. MATTHEWS; Editor: and O"'ner. hi>, daughter, Inez in Jacksonville.Ijfwvy .
I. C. ROBiNSON:' AMtoriate FxUtor.I918 Dukes was in town Satur Produced: under the supervision of the great t director of monster screen spectacles, Thos. H. Ince, and written b\ the L'

'1 i il day..1"hn and Ancil Parrish, of Five thor of many of the art's most famous photcjr< ma C- Gardner Sullivan, the powerful drama "THOSE WHO P.it .\\

1 :M 1 !J.., were in town Saturday. is a perfect vehicle for the beautiful and talented star, Bessie Barriscale.
,l DECEMBER I9I8I!. HI-. Warren Coffin, of Johnstown,

c.! I, ,..-IIK I ter..._rCa..,.wt0 T. ..!..L ''AH-.ta a visitor and Cora to the Spires fair,Saturday.of Midway, W A Dorothy Warner the pretty little shop girl forced! to solve (He problem of supporting herself and a baby sister on $10 a week Berne Bar- %

i. A.'r< :IP town Saturday. I takes advantage of the very opening scenes of the drams\ to draw her audience heart and soul into C. Gardner Sullivan wonderful story arc .k

; I 1 2-r-.3-r-4sI +1 Barney Hendrick of Johnstown, was Q them live with her the tense dramatic moments which (follow, ot ch other in such quick succession through her tragic life. You appreciate ih- :

,,1 91 OJ I J I I in :Mi town!!s Dell Saturday Dukes attended the fairlast ?t ings which prompt her to steal the Christmas doll for hfrr dying\ jjster--her (facination for the handsome lawyer who comes to her rescue and ,i--

; + ( week. lightens her burdens by making her his private sccretary.-lKc development of the deep and all powerful love which compels her to accept, hr" ,II.' .
15j617T1819itY21 of ElliviUe, was a
Ir r o i fair Pasco visitor Douglass Saturday.( tions even when forced to entertain his political friends sad settle) through her tears while/ enduring their insulting insinuations-the terrible shako. .

r t 222324262728j I f'otze Howell of !Santa:; Fe, attended comes with the knowledge that the idol of her love is 4 rnarfVJ man-the mighty struggle in which her better self!( triumphs and she goes to .,-. .

I the Jimmie,fair Saturday.Xeftsmith was a Lake Butler lovely and innocent ife.--the heartaches of this tragic l\tt'tvie'olo.and. in the end. her beautiful and noble renunciation of the one who mean' _

j t tt ( 1 1JI .1 !visitor Saturday than life to her. Bessie Barriscale carries you through aU|l of these< intensely interesting scenes with such rare exhibitions of her wonderful geniu-
tj Bielling, of Providence
Fred and Willie
9Q1; visited our town Saturday. rises to such magnificent heights of powerful acting that "THO'HO PAY"stands out prominently as one of the truly great silent, dnr .

-- Mrs. Joe Shaw, of Alachua.'was' the screen history.

t JI! ISG guest of relatives in town Saturday.
Tom Rimes was a caller to our town

d : Kin in if. IJe,.. iiO.-We have had an. Monday. Drew Summers Wednesday Dec. 25 GAIETY THEATRE
has Raleigh Biellirg and
6 1\l I other ram that stopped potato ,
a \ digging.a4 of Providence, visited in town
d
Mm. Abitful Scarborough, of Green Saturday! X
: I I Varnes, of Johnstown, vt It- 1ixOnI-rn.i:: } ; JI.1UmQtJ!.I.AI!<}<, "Ji.'KXi!{ lf'gxJ1XK AolI.JL.JU;.
C p Cove Springs, arrived in Starke Saturday Harvey j!
+ t t 4 and in visiting her sister, :Mrs. M. ed Lake Butler Saturday. .. ::-.- --- --.--
h
s J, Fouts, and other relatives in thin Sheriff Epperson, of Starke .wasgreeting -
'. J section. I friends at the fair this week.
; '; Curtis Bennett, of Tampa, came ov- John J. Jones of :Micanopy attended
F er from Lake Itutlcr last Saturday the 'air here Saturday '
iii as 1 ) r I where he has been visiting his aunt Mrs. G. W. S. War was a guest of eix.0.t Z erR .Q/ / HARMONY FtnFUMES r ,

"; h .' :'tIn. Joe Harper for the past five her daughter, :'olrs. W. :M. Overstreet

(' ,I months. Curtis: in visiting his grandmother Saturday. and 1 ?
Mm. M. J. Fouta and other D. W. Borum spent Saturday
;b, 1' relativea for a few days. Sunday with his family.
b 't i Robert Norman went to Jacksonville Miss Winnie Townsend is at home

7 k to feet a position Saturday. I this week. '
g-
i fir Johnson of "a tord. wan called :Max Wilson and family were-,_called T> CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS
o
K: to the bedside'ol )Ir F'.- B. Jackson to the bedside of their father, !&J<. &.. Our box The mostcomplete
}? l + Friday afternoon. She wan very ill Wilson, who died Tuesday.
f ( of ton ihtil. but we are glad! to 'report :Mrs. Mollie Philip and :Miss Ruby candies are a We have useful gifts fat every member of the Family. Look over our stock of Cut if line

: her a little better at thin time. Philips are the guests of :Mrs D. W. dream of Class, French Ivory Toilet Goods, Waterman Fountain Pens, Kodaks, Symphony of cigars in i
f I M A. L. Jackson wag a business visitor Borum this week. f
f"" f to liaiford Monday afternoon. Rev. Hendrix and wife, Mrs W. :M. ,i beauty and Lawn Stationery, Pivers perfumes, Hudnufs Toilet Waters, Nunnally's and Norris >i town. Givelusciousness j I

Emory Lewis and family, of near Johnston and daughter. and :Mrs. Guy Candies.

? b+ ', Lawtey, moved to this section :Monday motored over to Worthington Springs him a box .
but we are sorry to learn it is their Saturday afternoon. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE l'rLew
the k
es intention to move in the near future John Fralick and wife attended -,1 -
to Fort :Myers. fair tljis week.
C. I' Hersey, of the Swift Creek Kinney Townsend has returned homeon : l--I
ti section, was a guest of :Mr. and :Mrs' a six day visit with homefolks.
i'lr r J. S. Jackson and family Mr. and Mrs. Levy Fralick and children '
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v r.. + iwu W. A. Crosby, of Starke, was a visitor attended. the fair last week. ' to this section :Monday.mtADFOICIJ Fritz Townsend is at home again.", '" '1 -
GI s .- Misses Jane hulling, Mozelle and {J.Lik. i1r ,. ..

} Lucile Varnes, of Johnstown, were the ....Po'.:J't"1;,...... ". ""' _ ._ ., '. ., .k.'v..", ":;,--
guests of Misa Marshall Proctor Saturday

JI Bradford dec. 20.rthur Edwards, and Sunday.
attended the birthday party of Miss Ben Johnston returned to Jacksonville ...r .
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;; morning.Mrs. i - - - -- --- --
a Inez Abernathy at Itrooker Thursday] Sunday' ; --
nik'ht.Jeortfe. S. S. Proctor visited her daugh made a business trip to fe'ta\'ke Thurs I ] """"' '.-m" ''
..r' ( I'arrUh, of Cedar Bluff, Ala., ter Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, day.W.. II. Andrews and family with :Mr. day.Mr. .
+ I .' wall visiting here Tuesday Saturday and Sunday. and :Mrs. A. T. Mizell, were visitors at and :Mrs J. A. Grtv'ea were\ business
list
S. C. Andreu and sister, Blanche, attended Lizzie Townsend is on the nick the fair Thursday night. visitors to Starke >totlda)'.
} the cane grinding at A. B. Sur- this week. T. Miss Willie Mae and Lottie Kmlaw Dr. Wills, of Starke, Wes her* Fri. l..m.
f renry Thursday night. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. returned Sunday morning from Jack day on business

i'r' t; Kldon l Baxter and brother, Walter, J. Townsend last Friday. with sonville, where they have been visiting Willie Price spent part of last Week
t attended the cane grinding at T. B. The entire town sympathizes the relatives here with his parents, :\r.( and ;\1rs.
f Edwards Tuesday night. the family of Mr. Roscoe Johns in Herbert Ritch made a trip over! to+ II. F. Price.
4 + Misses" Eva and Ruby Edwards and loss of their precious daughter, who the county seat Saturday. :Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Kelly of: Btoolser,
I, ; j MUM Kuby Farriwh" attended the cane departed this life Thursday, Dec. 13th. Mrs Manly Luck and children, Ev were here Saturday on 1I"8i"eIl8.: I
i grinding at A. B. Surrency Thursday The interment was 4t Dekle cemetery elyn and Howard, are visiting in town Mrs D. J. Byrd and daughters, } fith-:
niifht. Friday afternoon. thin week. el and :Mabel, Mrs. Eva B! fry ana Miss Of
I :Mabry and Malcolmn Harrell at Will Baisden. of Starke, was a cal Judge J. R. Kelly of Madison, wasa Mae Dyal were visitors to Starke 3at. | the Better Sort"Cheap"

,. tended. the cane grinding at A. B. ler in town Saturday. visitor in town on Sunday afternoon urday on business. j I
. Surrency Thursday night. I Purvis Mott and will, of Palatka, Herbert Ritch and Miss Perla Whit- Odell Abernathy made a business
l' Sumner Andreu was in Worthington visited their parents Saturday. ten made a trip over to Sapp Sunday; trip to Starke Saturday.
Thursday Arch Proctor was a business visitor afternoon.J. I Henry Koon, of Starke, wAs a \business
"p Mrs C. W. Edward. waa the guest to Sapp Tuesday L. Whitten U in Georgia this visitor here Saturday,
of Mrs. C. :M. Andreu Tuesday even. Marcus Dekle is visiting homefolksat week looking for a place to locate. :Messrs. Lucian Johns, \!ertlof1 Jones
inl(. I Five :Mile this week Mrs. Tidwell and children arrived arid Volley Wall attended the cane: jewelry is a disappointment to both |
Mrs. C. II. Sew lam was the guestof :Margaret Lowery is the guest of Tuesday morning on a visit to her grinding at J. A. Graves Saturday I the and the
her mother here Tuesday evening. I Winnie Townsend this week father, Mr. W. M. Whitten, through Rev McGuire\ of PalatfcH, fillet\ his buyer seller.
Arthur Edwards; was a busines svis- Norma Dekle spent the weeken,1'with the holidays. regular appointments here Saturday
Arthur Edwards; was u business via her parents, Mr. and Mrs P. P. Marcus Brown and J. T. Moore, of and Sunday ,
k Miss Ruth Ward was the guest of Dekle! of Five Mile Luwtey, were in town Sunday after :Mrs. Maggie Strickland of Brooker., I All jewelry to be of any worth ornaments,
Miss Ruby Edwards; Tuesday night. Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular noon. spent the week-end here with. frijf'( reds
+, Wilmer Surrency was the guest of appointment at Baldwin Saturday and Mrs Roy Roberta, of Graham, spent and relatives must possess intrinsic value .
a r Elmer Edwards Tue day. Sunday: going on to Jacksonville Monday \ the day here Thursday. Johnnie Watts and sister, >fare, of'Brooker : \ \0!,
Jewel Ware and l>rjiwdy Mullen and returning to Lake Butler the W. I. Roberts and family spent the attended.the cane grinding< at I .
k were in our community Tuesday. following! day. day at Worthington Springs Sunday. the home of :Mr. and :Mrs J. A. Gr\ u We sell the BETTER sort. .' "
i Ward' Crews was a business visitor I Miss Mae :McKinney returned to her Services were held at the :Methodist Saturday, evening. I "
( s to Worthington Thursday. i school nt Supp Sunday morning church Sunday morning Willie :McEver of Jacksonville, Wes. I
41pp1ti ip Wade Harrell wan. in Brooker Fri I I Avery Powell visited the fair tho Miss! Willie Mae Kinlaw and sister, a weekend guest! of relative '
1 day. ,,1 punt week, leaving Sunday, morning Miss Lottie, left Sunday afternoon for :Mr. and :Mrs Henry Koon Of Starve When you buy an article that we have recommended -

: J. V. Kdwnrd: was a visitor to for Jacksonville Jennings, to spend the holidays with spent Sunday here, guests of Mr. and i' know getting some
Worthington :Springs'! Thursday I Mrs Clarence Johnson, of Trenton, their parents. Mrs.; J. A. Graves. you may you are
1 :Mrs.V.. M I. Ilarrcll! reports that her ,i visited her parents, Dr. and :Mrs. Ii. P. I'rivnte Ktlmn Sapp of New River, --- I I thing that will give SATISFACTION.
sinter i MISH 1 Unborn, is convalescing. ';, Wilson, last week. was a visitor in town Wednesday. HIGHLAND:' .
Walter Baxter attended the caner Mrs. II. Blake: of Jacksonville, via :Mrs Rhoda Supp hag moved to town I!

i grinding nt C.! :'Ari'lreu l Friday ited :Mrs. :Mattie Markey, lust week and is staying at the Weaver Cottage. Highland, Dec. 20.-Dr. I I.. Iligds!. i Good jewelry is the kind of a Christmas |
home Saturday morning. proper
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Mr. returning of business visitor
Dillon, the organ man, was attending Lawtey, was a here "
I to business in our section onf' I Barnum Johns was greeting friendsin GUAHAM Thursday I present---a gift that stays with the recipient |
W.'n'IIIIIY.Frank' town lust week. >, W. Max Wimberly was tftlr1saetitllC '
'one and .sinter Miss Van, The many friend.') of :Mr. L. A. Duncan Graham Dec. 20.-:Mrs. Fletcher, of business in Jacksonville. WeftJesdaY. the year round. _
k were visitors to Worthington Friday j I are grieved to hear of his illnessnnsl New York, was here :Monday on busi G.; Wilmot Brown, of Ll\wtey. way ". ,
+ 1 =?umner.nd'ell/ was in Worthington ( Friday. turning ufaln.Mr ness.Miss: Bertha Sloan, of Sampson City :Miss Saleta :Mercer attended! tile "! We carry a complete line of Bracelet Watches, j

,, W. J. Ward and family, Ralph and, II. R. Millt. .r and, son, Geor!!.', of was a pleasant visitor here Monday. teachers. institute at Starke Saturduy" all kinds Watches for and Brooches
Vascoo In/en 1 were among those atC :Miller were in town Monday :Mr. A.. C. Dyal and :Mrs.! O. J. Grif- :Mrs II. C. Wimberly and rta\JllhtIr, men Boys, \
t .i i :M. Andreu's cane grinding: Fridiiy., :Mrs. W. II. Bethay and children returned fin passed I through here Monday en- ;', Winifred, spent Saturday it] JAck tI- I Rings Pins, Army and Navy Service Pins Mirrors -
to their home In Perry after n ville with friends.
Mr. und. Mrs E. II. Andreu of route to Cooter Pond. 0
i I Chnrli'ston. S. C., have returned. homo. two weeks' stay with their parents, Will a business trip to ;; D. L. Rigby, our popular lect1on! I Cut Glass LaValliers, Cameos Cuff Links
Arthur Edwards was a visitor to Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. Dekle.K. Starke Tuesday! foreman, has been quite ill for 1I."el'lI\\ I
lirnokrr Sunday afternoon.. Roberts, of Guilford; was in town Dr. and Mrs. Thomas motored over days, but we are glad, to state he la" Diamonds. You can make a selection for any-

Misses Eva and. Ruby Edwards, and Saturday to Stnrke Monday on business. ''now improving. I one out of our big jewelry stock.
t Ruby I'urrish attended church at Miller ' Mrs T. D. Proctor and slHter, Miss Jesse Byrd made a business trip to |I I S. B. Witt S. A. I.. railway elalnt I
i Sunday. Agnes :Markham accompanied by their Gainesville; Tuesday. agent was here on business 'I'hurs-i
Kay Andreu. of Jacksonville! was aunt, :Mrs n. W. Key, attended the Dr. Middleton and Lacy Wynn of day. I
the guest. of his cousin, Harley An fair last week. Hampton, passed through here Tues Lee Harvard of Jacksonville, was "n
r elrpli. Dr/ and Mrs.. J. P. Tomlinson and, day bird hunting. Mr. :McEver accompanied business. visitor here Wednev'.y. I
{ s Laurie, visited the fair last Wednesday The farmers have jiboijt
son them on their hunt. Highland : U. D. MINER
b "Mr. and :Mr Drew Dukes and
i . Chenley Pogcr!!! made a business! tripto finished digging sweet potatoes aid<
mother were guests of Wade Ilarrcll Lake Butler wa: well supplied with Gainesville Tuesday. they all report a bumper. crob. Get%

Sunday. show people the past week. being connected MessrB. II. F. Price and, son, Robert, dens are doing nicely now, Owing to ;I Starke Florida
Brinkley Hayes visited, his parents with the Bradford! County Fair.\ S. R. Dukes and son, LeLand, and) Mr. the warm fall. We are having vegetables (!,' j I ,
1 here Saturday ands. :Mike Klondes, of Stnrke attendedthe John Eddy left Tuesday! for Gulf Hammock of all kinds. I''g
3 -- fair the past week ) where they will enjoy a week's Carl' Wilkinson left for n visit with I I
Ladies' and children's hats :Mr. Whitaker the former bnkerery hunt. relatives in Jacksonville SundAy. 11[ I .)(:,,! :"."''':''''':''''''''' m _

being closed out at Stump's. man of this place now residing In Miss :Mae Dyal of Tampa, spent :Mr. and Mrs. Perkins Dean of Jacksonville. ,I. --

,, ,_ Palatkn, was in town Wednesday.. : lust week here, guest of :Misses Ethel spent !Sunday': : with :Mr- Peon's., Harrison, accompanied by Elsie liarI made a business trip to Lak" Butler
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; | HIIvnv r | :Mrs J. Alderman\ visited :Mr.V.; and :Mahel liyr.l.Mrs. father, Mr. F. L..Dean. I IW. I I neon and Marguerite Parks, motored
'," ( : SALK 11 I Alderman The nnd family the Methodist Sunday church I Will Jones has! returned from i J. Chesser, went to Glen :1t. :Mary to Lake Butler Friday night. Saturday Williams evening. and children Ida
'I" Indies of
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Jacksonville where she has been visit With. rela Mr. :Mott and family of Inverness
I Sunday for a few days to
D. C. Jom-x well known Starke will bazaar Wednesdayirternoon 11 vannrr
n hold a next past! two months while with and Wesley, were business
their relatives
tives. are spending a -
I merchant, has been. doing a heavy business also supper the .name night. Odell Abernathy made a business .
here.
I Starke Saturday.
near
in syrup this week. lie shippedout This is the place to buy some of your to Gainesville Thursday. > '
trip Scan the week-end
Clarence
:'II barrels. :Mr. Jones in shipping Christmas I WORTHINGTON I, spent .
presents i .'ohnnic Watts who i is just from with Is parents. :Mr. and :Mrs.' C. A.
to the .syrup refinery in Jacksonville I I Mrs. Vnicne Dowling is visiting;: France, was visiting relatives in the Laxativethat
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and has farmers HO) cents week.li. rpl-I' Dec 20. M-. 8rt1< ]I ( A Tonic
been paying atives and friend In town this (irnham section Thursday.Roy Worthington Soatf.Wesley uoer and
,\ per gallon for their. barrel nyrup. He 1, :\ ... Thenut! Schcll's music, class. Roberts, of Wateronk section, :Mrs. D. II. Dukes accompanied by MA Williams was a visitor to I will remove the> bile! front the IrlP'! "
says. the demand is. still strong and will give recital on Christina's eve at wax here on business Thursday. and, Mrs. A. B. Boney, were pleasant the home of J. V. Edwards Sunday. cJeaD"llleS"te01 the stomaca THOROUGHLY.Is truly i Ibfe"'" JII'
; that he cnn handle u large quantity the school auditorium. Raymond Prevatt, of Starke, was visitors to the home of their .ulster. :Miss Katie Roberts spent the day dlitnrblag sues.
'1N for the farmers if they will take the Mrs. 1'. 1'. iH-kle visited her parentsWednesday. out here Wednesday bird hunting.Mr. :Mrs .demons, of Lake Butler TueS, pleasantly! with :Miss Ida Williams LAX.FOS WITH PEP.sI

t matter up with him promptly. and Mrs. Edd. Crosby, of Brook Sunday. Reliable and *" ...* Laud's
day.Wiley U the Barn cf e la-
} -- --- .r. were here Thursday guests of Williams and son, Wesley", M,.. and Mrs. Drew Dukes and Mr. which loon relieve*Sick He.Jachs.dUntlon. IJI"-ca.
I.\K. BUTLER: It.tl l'Oltls friends.! male a business trip to Brooker Sun-1, and :Mrs. A. B. Boney motored to Lake .Sumach Trouble. CMooo aDd}PMa rs .:
t dav. I bY a Torpid Liver aDd Coasdpatbm :: G"'r
- Forrest! Reynolds of Savannah, Ga., butler Friday. ol.-
( 'r Lake Butler Dec. 2O.'L. J. Rimes Rniford, Dec. ;20.-Enoch Griffis, ig here visiting relatives. :Misses Ruby Parrish. Eva and' Ruby :Messrs.. Mabry and :Malcolm Harrell Reliable Larerve. Ja the tr.aUDeDC
fi J win. in town :Monday. of Lawtey, was a business visitor in Mrs. II. B. Wiggins was a pleasant Edward passed! through here Vniday,!And! Seeber Edwards were visitors to sad loJlueDza.LAX.FOS wrm PEPSIN: a Ua Iuld J) to I"
The many friend. of Dr. B. P. VVil town: Tuesday. visitor visitor here Friday. .enroute to Miller. town auta exceeSynem. ,,, to Its CCt'I Ice.
Sunday.
son) are grieved to learn that he pass1. 1 Miss Gertrude Anderson and sinter, :MrOdell Ab"rl'lIthy.Ir": E. D. O. P. Hale made a business trip to our both aa a tome .od a.\&IlIitlo.Isew r-: o"
loving hands to the Heavenly Annie ilae and Lake Butler. Saturday. Wash Roberts and family of Ral- just ..good for Chlldreo MtaMka. for; .
V etl from were "visitors in Starke .\herrnthy Ethel and :Mabel Byrd: Children like It. BOc. bllalrpsraGrove.
Father Tuesday afternoon at 2:20. Our Sattird.iy. :line Dynl motored over to Brooker Many of our farmers attended the ford spent Sunday with their sister- Mal. and McommmdedMedicine 10 the .. !?
sympathy goes out to the entire fam- A. 11. Andrews and, grnndwn.) Curl, Friday afternoon. fair at Lake Butler last week. \ in.lawIrl.! B. J. Roberts. Harrison !.Tasteless Co. .St.chin tools.TODIe.ur Mo.. m.---
Dennis Roberts and Inman
and
ql. r ilv. attended the fair in Lake<: Butler Fri- Messrs. W. P. Byrd and Rufus Jones Messrs. Dennis Roberts tnrnllr1I I
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KRAUFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. Putt FIVE
DECEMBER 20. 1918 tt
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I BIRTIIDYY PARTY EARLY \\yilERKIES TO TEACHERSIIO:: ARE TEACHING members are requested to he present,
A ; ON PKIOIUS: Please On Wednesday afternoon from threeto Charley Cummers, colored, living ----- duty of nil members to be )present.
five (o'clock, at the home of their northwest of town, hns a crop of lierriOB You are hereby notified to appear at The melting will he held in the office;
Bits of LocalInformation parents Mr. and Mrs Julian L. Peek, that are beginning to fruit rapidly Gainesville\ )Fla., nt the high school of the secretary-treasurer in town hall
on Madison street, Clara Louise Peek and says hi- will soon begin to market i building! for examination on January1st of Lawtey.
t and Julian Peek, Jr., entertained a his crop. Thursday! of lint week nt 2 o'clock p. m. Those teachers --- --_
score of their little friends with I ho Ratherril two cups!, on Saturday, who fail to comply with this request A FREAK POTATO
a delightful birthday party, their ages three, and Monday four. Ho sold without a legitimate excuse..will forfeit -
being 0 and 4 years, respectively. The I these readily nt 50 cents 11 quart. I nil time they have made! ag teacher :dlr. J.( :M. Itrownloc has on Exhibition -
C--he.I 0. T...l., .....m.I house wan appropriately decorated Churl him 110,000( plants out and i Is up to that time.. at the Bradford! County Itnnk the
rntrw+. be aM c:..... ."" T_ with beautiful Christmas decorations I expecting: a good! yield, I Done by order of the board' of public prize; freak! 1 sweet potato of the sea
uiuJ .a large! tree filled with bags of instruction in and! for Bradford! son. It i.s about fifteen inches long

.. o .L. t candy for the little guests added muchto I OYSTER 1"1'.Pl'lmI county. ntul! ns largo around in the center asa
-- .. J. -- the spirit of the occasion. I Friend Camp W. O.V... will ( Signed: ) E. K. POPPELL: half gallon can. On one end it has
were played and enjoyed Supt.: and Secretary to Board.THE !. a tint head, the other end boasting ofn
I and L L sheeting Many games have an oyster suppor tonight lit .
[ See our new silks. Stump's.Jiv Gingham by'the little folks.) Delicious refreshments : Moore's Cnfp. All member and visiting --- long tapering tail. With the addition
going at 20 cents Saturday and of fruit salad! and cake ) sovereigns are cordially invitedto MAP YOU NEEDA : of a net of artificial 1 legs (wood)

I Cnnove p Sweet Rose self ris- Monday only at Sternberg's.Miss were served by :Mrs. Peek. be present.HOLIDAY. forwnst of the new European the potato now bears a strong resemblance -
j'ur Those invited were Eugene :Matthews ---a. boundary lines of the nations, new and to an elephant. ThE'1I'OIlS\ potato -
------ LUl'ile1itchl'll: Lester Price READING old, will be printed in color in the magazine \IR well worth seeing.HU'TIST .
Marie Livingston will be home Robinson, Ruth Sternberg Ben Stern- section of the New York Herald a--
data Claus has arrived. at Shriver'sTrunks today to spend the holidays with her berg, Sammy Sternberg, Eldredge Sunday, Dec. 22nd. Order your copy :; CHURCH
Hook, Books, Books Pr.
Campbell's
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!Mrs. G. C. Living
parents, Mr. and Robinson, Sinclair Peek Jr., Fanny today.
Several !
library. hundred book .
[ at cost. Sternberg'st ston. Gaskins Darby, Arthur Darby Jones, to choose from. Pest authors Only We are looking forward with pleasure -
Paul Ernest :Margaret I HI.l.m.\-:-'; II\RES
Louise Jones Knight 10 cents to read book. Book bo to the coming of Dr. S. B. Rogers, tour
ii does not deliver, but his pri- $3.00 Silk Waists, sale price Long Comer Long, Allan Long, kept two weeks.a If kept longer may 10 I Raise Belgian hares, and save the State Secretary( Missions: whom i
"n Hamilton Ritch Lois butcher bills. Fine lot of rabbits
f Richard Long, cents week extra. 12-20-IU.: young \vt expect to bo with us next Sunday.
s i. attractive. $2.45 at Cash DepartmentStore. Long, Harriet Long Florence Andrews per now ready.I Oomi* and< see them. The pastor' is exceedingly anxious.. for i
Carlisle Ritrh, Eloise Ritch, Joseph Bolt, Brooklyn, Flat
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED all our members and friends to hoar
BuiiiT-nut, bread and rolls, fresh cv- Ruby Davis, Elizabeth Andrews, Dorothy UNDER BMTION ft OF CHAPTER 41111, -.------- him Srrvioi'x at night nil usual
iw) at the Model Bakery. I Ritch, Leila D. Andrews. LAWS OF FLORIDA :;;TOCKHOI.lllmnETIXn: (II-' Pastor.
Lieut and :Mrs.! E. K. Pcrryman, of Notice I IR hen-bjr .xlvrn that W. M. Wainwrtfftit. FARM r.O.ocr.'n:;: ()
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Men's overcoats at Stump'sI Camp Pike, Ark., are spending the NEW TRAIN SCHEDULEThe dated. the. purolmm 4th' tiny of of Tax SpptemtMT.CiTtiftmte A. D.No.101 Nil Id,, There will be a meeting of the $4.50 black silk plaid sale s
Starke with relatives
Christmas: holidays in -
him Curd! unfit certlHrntu In my office and, HIM stockholders of the Lnwtoy National
--- new time table of the SeaboardAir mnitit nppllrntum' for tae deed. In IHHIIO In .... Farm Loan Association January 11 t, price $2.95 at Cash Depart
,, n .rrou was a business visitor to rnrtlnncnlth law Said eertlfleiilo embrace.the 191 ) for the of olll-! .
I Line railway, taking: effect December following. ilonrrlhril. propcrtv Blunted! in purpose electing
{< i ale tasduy. All colors of wool serges at 15th, is as follows: Redford cminty. Florfiln. to-wit : cers for the year A. D. 1919.! All ment Store. .

iouan, find what you want at less than they cost at whole- No. 1-Jacksonville to Tnmpa, 11:25p. S.Southwest... 9, Tp. B. Qnnrtvr S R. 22 E of. 40 HoutliiKHt nerff.Tlio Jtinrtcr, I .
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.Id Jiiml tH>lnif AHRiw.tMl itt the lnl of
fiver'- sale. Stump's. No. 3-Jacksonville to Tampa 11:35 the twftimnoe. of such et'rtiOciitv In tho nnnie. of I
-- --- I n. m. Tnknown. ITnlmn itnltl cvrtillrnto, nhiitl In n>. Santa Claus Has Arrived -
$2.00 Linen Waists, Sale Miss Marguerite Shriver, of Brooker No. ;!Jacksonville to Cedar Key, deemed on nccimllnir Ih. linh tn dRY IHW or tux January d..11'111! 1919.inmivthcrwn -

Cash i was the week-end KUest of Misses 5:12 p. m. Wltmm my otTirinl Niunnturi and nt>nl this ,
Bee $1.19. Departmentore. Emma Darby and Jeannette and Florence Io. 15-Jacksonville to Tampa, 2:27 the Idth day of. Dwimlnr. A. I). HUH

!Matthews p. in. (Seal l) Clerk W. F.Circuit WEEK Court
No. 2-Tnmpa to Jacksonville, 4:51a. : Bradford' County. Florliln.By I At Shriver'sStore

Lent you forget pay your subscrip- Men's suits at bargain prices m. It. A. WEEKS
i to the Telegraph today. No. 4-Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:58: 12-20-lit. Deputy Clvrk I
at Sternberg's.We p.
bet your Christmas fruit cake at m.No.. 20-Cedar Key to Jacksonville, 100 Ladies' Rib Underwear, At Brooker

i Model; Bakery. 12132t. don't care if a hundred or two 9:20: a. m. sale price 71 cents at Cash Department
of our subscribers play Santa Claus No. 10-Tnmpa to Jacksonville, 5:12p. :

I Men's and boys' mackinaws with us by sending in their renewals m. Store.
between now and Christmas. Trains I 15 and 16 are the limited
|od ones, at Stump's. trains or Floridians. .
$6 to $7 Children's Coats at Starke and Wannee BranchNo.
; CLASSIFIED
101 leaves Starke 6:45:
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1.,11. Hill, of Lawtey, was a business ,
liter tc, tftnrke:; Thursday. i $3.95: at the Cash Department No. 104 arrives Starke 2:15: p. m.
__ i Store. S. A. L, Agent.NEW .
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ring the children to see Santa Claus OFFICERS- FOR SAI.K Good
I W. O. -- work mule, cheap )I
Shriver s. A receipt for a year's subscriptionto for cash. Chna. Mills, Starke. 13-2t.

the Telegraph makes a very ac- At the last meeting of All Friends :I
| W. L. Douglass shoes aternberg ceptable Christmas present. Try it on camp No. 1'IS: Woodmen of the World, FOR SALE-10 Kilts 4 brood sows,
;s. your absent friends or relatives. officers as follows were elected for the Duroc strain. Geo. A. Gardiner. I

ensuing! year: 1115tf.
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Milne* Doris Law and Lucile Tatum |j I Sale on boys' suits at 1). E. Knight council commander.A. .

111 Saturday in Jacksonville I I If I Stump's. . C. Crews, clerk. FOR SAI.T7-Superior Duplex No. ij
W. A. Iuho) o, Adviser Lieutenant.Thos. .
-- I i feed mill grinds, corn, cobs, shucks
f:,imp your Christmas turkey to the Joseph Crews, a well known citizen I D. Proctor, Banker and all. First class condition. For !
del' Bakery for cooking. 12132t. of the Guilford! section, was a business II.Dave L. Silcox Tillis,, Escort.Sentry. sale at a bargain/ Quigley Broom r
while I Co., I Starke.: It.
visitor to Starke Monday and
Walter Silcox, Guard.J. .
35 cent Hickory< Stripes, sale 'here ciijled) to renew his subscriptionto I>. Tomlinson and J. C. Wills, I
FOR RENT
|ice 28 cents at Cash Departnt the_.Telegraph._.__.______ ._ .__0- Physicians A. L. Alvarez, :Manager.Men's I open land,-either Farm for with sure 65 rent acres or of to

Store. We aim to please by sellingthe -- I miles cropper west who of can Starke supply J. himself L. Undcr-; 4 .

k>Ir and :Mrs. Thomas, of Graham, I' best goods for less money. heavy top shirts be- hill, Starke. '11-22-tf.

Ire shopping in Starke Monday. Sternberg. ing closed out at Stump's.
---- I> WANTED you own a farm that little folks
I =- you want to sell, let submit Bringftlu into
us youa
Did know suits
you our boy's Rev. J. C. Diggs( the new Methodist
proposition to subdivide, advertiseand
led selling? Stump's.leinz's pastor, arrived Wednesday from Mul- COFFINS CASKETSAnd sell at auction. Fifteen {

vice berry hours and will Sunday.preach Mrs at the Dtggs usual ser-and a lull line ofUniertakers' in selling land at auction.year"f'xpf'rionce see the many pretty
apple butter, guaranteed tocp Can furnish best of references. '*
other members of the family are expected Supplies
and Heinz's white vinegar, dis- Write Dixie Realty & Auction Co., t .f s
arrive Saturday.
li'd from. fruits at Canova's. I I to Automobile Hearse. Box 71, Greensboro W. C. 12132t. things we have for F

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Always on hand. The beat ser
$2.50 Silk Waists, all colors, WANTED-Two large families to take
|A beautiful line of fancy vice at the !lowest prices. Special

ndkerchiefs for Christmas at sale price Store.$1.95 at Cash De- attention to telegraph orders. nish charge good of] 100 mules acre, food farms brood Will sown fur-, their amusement [this f t eA : .' 1

rnberg's. partment and nice bunch of rattle, and will ,
j' >tterjistered! Embalmer give family half of everything they '
I Mr. and,! !Mrs. George A. Marks have can raise. Do not want small familie glad Christmas season a s'
lerbert Ritch of Raiford the '
tt of relatives, in Starke was Satur- gone to New Smyrna to spend a short 11 liaWITT C..IONESStarke. Want families that have plenty f 4p kq Nvt
time but will return to Starke and Fla. "f help to make crop, attend to
spend< the holidays with :Mr. and Mrs. stink and gather crops. See A. 1)
- ---- black I A. M. Darby. Mr. Marks has been
year and. get the home news alllit Stump's. I. t -J2 cv5


:Mrs. Bessie Corbett died in Jacksonville HOLDING
[Bargains in children's coats, lust Saturday following an opera- j I
.98 to tion. !Mrs. Corbett is remembered! here |
$6.50 at Stump's.Mr WhySafe
as Miss Bessie Jones, daughter! of l1r.1and I INSURE WITHJ.
----- Mrs. J. Hampton. Jones. She was I
mil :Mrs W. F. Godwin, of Law- reared in Starkc and lived here until a I I :: ? I R Davis
f hrki, wen attending to business in few years ago. :Many friends in Starke I' J & Co.
Thursday. will he pained to learn of her death.
Airs. J. A. Cox of AN I STARKE
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I Buy your Christmas dress at Are yoirTooking for bargainssee dcrson, \V. Va., writes: .
"My\ clau Iitcr . Buffered
ernberg's. :; -----. -- -. The Shriver
-
Sternberg. Company
tcrri ly. She could
$2.50 Ladies' Flannel
V-: \ Green principal of the Hamp- not turn in bed . the gownsat ,
Among the teachers who attended
('hool, is spending, the holidays in the association last Saturday were :Mr. I doctors gave her up, and $1.70 at Cash Department
-ki with relatives. and :Mrs R. II. Terry and! Mrs. Hicks, 1 we brouzM:! her home to Store. Brooker, Florida

of Lake Butler; Miss Saleta Mercer, fle. She had suffered so
I $5.00 Silk Waists, sale price of Highland; II. U. Wiggins, of Gra- much at . time. HavIng ------ --- --- -- ---- -- -

F-95 at Cash Departmentore. ham; Miss Lillian Mackery, of Long heard of Cardul, we
Bridge Misses Vera Mamie /
; Surrency, It for her" Ih
Pinholster and Ruby Parrish, of Pine got J
Hill; Misses Bessie Terry. Kate Douglass .
Messrs. O. :M. Bennett and D. W. Lora Johnson and L, L Black-
b"re' >f Theressa were attending to b urn, of Lawtey; :bliss Gertrude An- Not
*ness m town Monday. demon and J. T. Barnes, of Raiford; CARDUI Measured
E. C. Warren and Miss Jessie Thomas,
See of Heilbronn; II. C. Edwards, of Van- .
Stump for nice blue
a
dertult; :Misses Ada Dubose and Nita -- ------ ---
rge suit for your boy's Xmas nukes Wiley Williams and Miss Ida
csent. Williams, of Worthington; Miss Erne
The
Woman's Tonic
Douglass, of Guilford. Dollars and Cents

(irs. J. C Will spent several days .
f'ntly" in Jacksonville with her 75 cent Boys' Fleeced Un- "In a few days: sno began -

'Khter. :Mrs. E. W. Harris.Men's derwear, sale price 49 cents at Cox continues to Improve", 'and Mr hid:!.

Cash Department Store. no trouble at. . Cardul
[ shirts for the holiday -_. cured her, and we sing The full measure of a bank account is not merely in the number of dollars and J cents

de at Sternberg's. PREACHING AT PINK LEVEL AND Its We praises receive everywhere. you succeed in getting together. The full measure ii found in the
CORINTH many thousands -
of similar! lettersevery'e:1J'
|P.ev Geo. F. Scott returned to Ar- : telling of the
>'IRIonday: after spending several Preaching services will he held at good Ca/duJ has done for HABITS OF THRIFT s
Y' m Starke with relatives. Pine Level church on.rew: Year's women who suffer from
night by the pastor p. L.:Riggs. All complaints! so common to

$1.50 value Lisle hose sale invited.At Corinth. church service will be their sex. It too.should doYouduLgood inculcated during the time the account it accumulating. This bank solicits the opportunity
,
hce 49 cents at Cash Departent held on Christmas day, to which the E-17 Try to co-oprrate with you in accumulating both the account and the habit.

[ Store. public is-invited. ____ 4 ____

I MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT: :-';
IMrs D. C. Clark, of Jacksonville

spending,. the holidays with her part The annual entertainment;; : ; of the BANK OF STARKESTARKE
:Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. Baptist Sunday school will be held on Gingham, outing and yellow --

Christmas eve in the church. The homespun 20 cents at Stump'sSaturday
Our Christmas-goods will be program will consist of a tree for the
" display Monday. Stump's.the children anti, a social ant musical treat and Monday only. FLA. -
for the growm-upi. The public is invited ,

to enjoy the evening with us. We Plies Cured In 6 to 14 State and
[ Red Cros Christmas Roll Call, expect a good time. Days County City DepositoryFRID.Y.
l23.. Enroll The DnuulM refund mown If PAZO OINTMENT f.lU
[; now. Red Cross
.1 1 need l for W. G. LAW, 10 cur lichlM....BIJn your help months to come Pastor. lnilnll* ..... ,. Irchlnn Film mat can l-t
,
re tui Wee after 11I8 flra iwllo.uoo Price CUoto'ft

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j.- : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRID.\Y. DECEMBrH 'I

.. ..-.*-'-:JF. SIX ? ,
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; //j..! I all merchant vessels armed for self- I I I was being tested> by the United States

n ', HOW TIIK; ALUiT; THEy ; defense as belligerent ships and liableto I I Navy, and the father of the torpedo

t t .:: .MENACE: :; : OF' TIlE SfUMAKI.NK I be sunk on sight., In practice she steering gyroscope.The BradfordCountyTTCOLNTY ;
but inventiveness of our French allies !
hud, already done so, a pretextfor :
.
; :.l (Continued From Page 2) further submarine outrage was also shone in the provision of miI -

; 'I thus afforded. An instance of her determination I crophones for anti-submarine work. --
although I feltthat w! were rigI1 'An illustration issued officially in
threatwas
and out the
: p it aJwajB showed the same depth. to carry the :March 1917! idea of the AGENT ELLA: .PKOULTE mtiou. (Crops such as cabbage andicttucc "
inif the attack gave some
afforded by on ftjj-----
& t evident, .\lUI ERS should oe hoed or raked witha NO
"Thai instrument, al,,o, it was cross Channel passenger steamship Telcmetr.ste, as it was called u FOR (
therefore to' fine tooth rake at least every three
had
I1 I
,
of order. although constructed instrument
.1 wai out Sussex on March :21, 1U16, when strangely
to very careful not to rise too high the vessel was towed into I placed aloft in some of the French 1 Brevard County agent, C. I.). Kirm-, or fouria>s. Radishes and other
the attention or thru his monthly market bulletin and traps that n>me aloiig quicker than i
and therefore attract Boulogne, 100 lives were lust by the :, war ships at that time, which wad I
/ boats. Slowly the p !riecopo news service i ill greatly assisting the these should be cultivated even FOR
Iv the torpedo explosion and the disorder created by used to detect the sound of submarines YOl
and l'' .oftener than that. In other words,
; above the surface farmers in marketing and the consumer -
I of and also their distance
4 : rose it. It became known In the summer gauge away.
: of me if we want to maintain a supply of
the in front such in purchasing farm products.
of
enemy classes The importance perfecting
could: see 118! that for some time past ,
*
of fresh the table all the
the left the east coast I It Several months ago realizing that the vegetables on
this obvious.
and toward and other officers had an instrument as was
-eIiI to starboarJ of shipmasters 1 farmers the often had time considerable attention must be STEPS YOU CAN J
England. I tried to turn : had been held weekly at various naval was the key to the success of the over county TAKE
but the rudder did not work. In con- ;''cf'lIters for instruction in gunnery, greater proportion of our anti-sub I| produce, livestock, etc., which they given to the cultvation of the growing STAVE OFF THIS
sink again to the 1 would be glad to dispose of if they crops.In TER.
I H !eruence I hal to ''submarine tactics, organization for marine efforts for so many appliance! !!
I bottom of the Ilea where I remained I' defense and similar subjects. Between and weapons depended for their pro 1 knew just where they could find a sowing small seeds at this time RIBLEJNFECTIQNDo

I for six hours, at the end of which time I their, voyages the merchant officers' per employment upon those using market. Mr. Kime took up with the of the year, a good plan is to pre- -

: 1 had succeeded in putting the compass thus given a few days' technical them being able to locate the U-boat. county commissioners the matter of pare the land a day or two ahead of .

in order and also in repairing the I were training in "Fritz. hunting," as The great thing was to find the sub I I issuing a monthly bulletin. lie believed planting time by 'thoroly raking and influenza you?want Keep to" .,- lanJ'

I the water until I could see through 1 I valuable wrinkles from their brother I vailable to attack and destroy once very little compared with the amount for a supply of oxygen to maintain surgeon-general. :*
.li the periscope. A torpedo boat, how- '' matters varying from her position could be ascertained.A I of good it would accomplish and he its temperature. Seeds after about a''",
; : at once and made seamen upon was right for it was soon found to being planted should- be packed downto army keep: .: .
ever, detected me "the trajectory of a projectile through word must be said about the assistance I and clothes clear. .\ "'
: Htruiirht! for me. At this time the position -'i the air to the best station In action i rendered to scientific invert- be so successful that it is now perma- a'certain extent, but not too much. I health. Don't let '. *

1i was that on the right at a distance -I 1 for the ship's cook!" I tion by the French authorities, espec- nent. 1 I The best way of doing this is by using down." If feel ., ?, '
of about a mile and a half, the from utilizing their own I ially in relation to the hydrophone,, Every month a number of items for the bhck of a spade followed by a ed "blue'you" ,*:
Apart or
; 4l\1\; "I torpedo, boats were in line up while ,' .smoke however. ships were providedwith as it is called. British journalists who sale are listed with the county ag:nt. light operation with the rake to break liable tonic like or Dr tin \:\ ,
i1'I about the name distance These items include all kinds of farm the glazed condition that the back of '
d on the left at apparatus for producing a spec- i in August 1918! were permitted by Tonic. It will do WI'"
i i was the English coast. I immediately ial British vessels leaving the French government to visit certain produce, cattle, horses and mules, the spade leaves. I is *
fog screen. ready
a
..t 1 I. descended, again to a depth of fifteen '' ucre reported to carry two iron naval centres described among poultry, farm tools, seed, eggs, but- noted physician prepared, the.p-v "j,'

fathoms. I remained submerged for drums at their steams, filled with a other things a school which existed ter, vegetables, etc. If a farmer WHY FEED BALANCED RATIONS Williams of *
e. Quitmiu'
t I ,' two( hours and then slowly turnedoutward ., phosphorus compound which, when for the sole purpose of training men wants to make a purchase of something it in his private ".r.Jrall >;

and at a distance of some ignited) emitted a dense black smoke in listening for submarines. In a pad another farmer in the county is Mo' t Economical Gains; Produced by kinds of fevers.pra, "eallnr
4 r fifty yards from the leading enemy that it hung upon the surface ded cell, the silence of which was likely to have, ho lists his wants with Proper FeedingIf InPPt.
: MO heavy I If
have the
:: craft lasber1 toward the open sea. At of the water. It was claimed that the 'almost 1 painful, sat an operator with MiKime also. When this market you "flu" ,, rr DI

." I nine o'clock in the, evening we were" (cloud so produced would cling together receivers to his ears, connected by bulletin reaches the farmers there are we are to feed the animal so. as Williams' ;No.: 101 T r- alnin'In

:. ; able to rise to the surface in safety. for six hours. Six months laterit wires to a series of diaphragms so sure to he some sales and exchanges to make the most rapid and satisfactory it will kill the inflm . .' .?,. th:

\ The submarines which fell victims took to was announced that similar apparatus sensitive as to be able to record the made right soon. In speaking of the development it is necessary to iron will increase your' ,,
this means of attack usually was to be provided for the use passage of a submarine many miles results obtained, Mr. Kime Bays that feed it those feeds and in the proper n im.)
J down with them their entire crews. of American merchant ship entering away and also the direction in which about 90 percent of the items listed proportions> to develop the body to the prove your appetite. vh <111g.I .

,1.' ;d It wan not possible in many cases to every the war zone. Closely alliedto she might be travelling.As in the October issue secured results. highest degree of efficiency possible I nesa will act on the ;ii 1 r 'welt

p p .11 establish the identity of the resp.ctiVe'ip. casf'SI I this matter was a system of "cam soon as a U-boat comes within This and similar lines of endeavor This cannot be done by feeding. the keeping the intest;nn' ". |len

.,,,ltts, und in the majority of ouflage! adopted in painting the radius of such listening machine a are making the work of the county animal on any one feed, but it can I Your druggist can 11I1; _
tl the results of tho attacks must haveUcn hull and exterior fittings of ships.In throbbing is heard and the trained agents appreciated in Florida. It has be done by feeding a combination of and 50c bottles. Refi.-. .-

t4 ... : ) classed with those of (doubtful October, 1917, an American doctor operator, assisted by a dial in frontof been appropriately said that when a feeds so as to get the different food a'J':
.,.,r.tu. <.:,.-".times. however it was him, is able to gauge the positionof county agent can put money into a elements in I substitute.-Adv.-4
cert ' forward scheme wherebythe nearly a proportionto
_ _ _ _ ; I j ; : : the boats and get put a I farmer's pockets that that farmer can proper
i ;1 !,.,?? ...j to recover allied submarines should be usedto the enemy craft. Immediately a nourish the animal system as
It I harbor. On February 10. of small craft concentrated -! better see and appreciate the work of + + + + + + + + 4.
t them into chopped fish as bait to be re- swarm are is should be This is what Is really I" 4 + + + .
I .?. .' :l ,I.J 4 /.. '; 191fi;. for instance Dr.' M. S. Inglis, i U-aseiJ carry from a machine as the boats in the required direction and it .is 'the agent. This i irt only one instanceout known as. feeding a balanced ration. LEGAL NOllCts J

-1.. .. ti; a Canadian, army surgeon was reported at- proceed under water. Gulls would. thus heavy odds against the submarine escaping. -, of many where the agents are Prof. J. :M. Scott. animal industrialist + 4. .. + + 4 .5' .4' + + 4 + s ..
:j have told an interviewer One correspondent who made doing work along this line. NOTICESix
to be trained to follow submarines, as Qf the University of Florida experi-
I
.. pi. /;. t. New York that he had inspected dne |'they would learn to associate food the visit of inspection in August 1918'!,'I __._,_ I II n\ent station has had much experience months after date ' _
_ _ j : J bout, the crew of which hail been I stated that the French motor launches KEEP THE VEGKTAItl.E: ; \IUIEN i in th of rations my votichera and final ace .- >.Wo
Huh < balanced
feeding. .
? ,
1P 1 i : had been with them, and in time it was hoped I fl.... A. ('..1'<11 n..r. Coun'> tjic
- ... '! 1 found shot to death after it allowed !. ''a flight of these birds would mark the working in conjunction with the hy i I CULTIVATED and he gives here some interesting: County, Florida and u - >4!'II-
I P harbor. Dr. Inglis was section included numberof charge .. administrator Of' ,
into drophone T
( towed course of concealed subsea bouts. a information on the subject.An a.
this submarine l'm the Ilex1 and Hake PrtflyTo I II L'mlerhill. drceued.,
into !
descend standardized American which
: to type, .
?.D'? ; 4 1 bodies. To save lilt,) the sehcmv been contemplated it unbalanced, ration might produce Th s the Hth day of Au. .
.. I, und had seen the ( it might have led to u sharp conflict of came across the Atlantic under their I wint..r'' a rapid gain but it would produce j. r. i s'T'>rntrr896mo. !
.' : i1.4. ,. L & them from death from suffocation, opinion between the Board of Inven- own power, with the loss of only one promote and keep the it at the expense of some other i '? .irt, '?",
shot all it be
commander had) vegetable garden growing will
:; 'j I ., neemcd, the tion and the Food Controller. I, boat out of fifty.Concurrently I I part of the development. For instance
: ". hid men and then himself. with thin advance in cpssury to devote some attention to 1 NOTICE TO DEBTORS AVD i HF ITORJ
t of the Admiralty ,
,1 which The awakened policy a rapid !gain in weight might be produced -
policy the cultivation of the different '
: All Indi-bted
Churchill-Fisher crops
The the methods for locating submarines penona aktCulver
in the beginning of 1917! re- by feeding a certain feed, hut .
-t of late of Hartford
C. of the University
K.
German hopes MeQuarrie m
end to the there extension. of the says
r* >,. b 'I .: ::4 Ji put, .,, an.. with their first submarine'{ suited in many and fur-reaching improvements restrictive was a measures great such as mine i of Florida extension division. the development of hone might not merly of Bradford. l Cui.rr" IM
t 1I pv in the weapons for dealing I be sufficient to nn excessiveamount are requeated to pay th.i-I "'''
s- j ., campaign, in 1915 included the provision fields, for curbing their activities by These very heavy rains we have had, carry and fill persona havinir. e) i -r It
U-boats depth charges of fat that is
with especially it
so
r' of a large fleet of small craft reducing the area in which they : lately have' packed, the soil to a considerable necessaryto tate ahaU-iftl' bombs be used from and feed certain of .
; II, assist in hunting and to sea I Ii extent and to insure a amount mineral with, the AkTVrslirn-d atom c.*.
I of various kinds to 1 1dwn i air craft. Owing, also to the encreased i i could operate. aeration matter to produce strong and healthy year f,0'.1.7 1. hereof. ot i m-
available
of the soil and the maintaining
? the submarine at every submarines and the The grip on the German was bone.In. barred.Thu {ta..
1 1 size of which of normal it will be .
The principle upon a temperature December iyRirnnn:>
t I opportunity. chasers were employed heavier/ guns they carried it was nec- 'I made more comprehensive by the lay- as occasion demand it to selecting and combining feeds it v
:
submarine necessary
i f numerous increase the and'ing of a third mine field, originally Admlnl....tor of entat ' 4,
'p .2 unary to gun power is not only take intoeonsid..rntion *
had to to
that the U-boats! use the rake and hoe to a very large necessary
...
I 1 r was also the speed of the vessels! employedin I, placed during the early weeks of 1917, their composition hut .d.
continually weather ,
: l extent the
harassed aa soon as -
1 and permits
be hunted ( ---- --
1I : them. All the but the limits of which wer readJusted
hunting and chasing! also their digestibility and
onltr that they might bo given ;I one to do so. palntnhil- NOTICE OF APPLICATION- T t'\ DEB
i i' d in old means and methods: in fact, werermplaycrl and modified in January, 't ... It is
: worse than useless
harassJI. to
: which hunt and At this time of the when the I ) give
time in to This field year UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER al i
p no extended from the
to the full and new ones' 1918'1 an animal a feed that cannot he digested
this is low and the soil cool -
the merchant vessels. For pur- sun gets quickly LAWS OF FLORID\
lI44 of fast chasers, varying were added. The result was seen when i horhood of the Dutch coast to the only way to maintain the I and! that is not palatable and
pose a multitude destroyers the destruction wrought by the under- ,! Denmark and enclosed, as it that will enable I which will not be eaten in sufficient Hereby notice la .irlven 'tha1 I -nutpurchitRor
: the big temperature plants
.r, t in size from engaged water craft was lessened and in the a deep semicircular danger zone, the to is cultl.I quantities. 174 and of tax ieu.4h1 tale oerti"'I.' i,' ,i'lr rj i
the small motor launches, were keep growing by frequent 1TI. 172
I
31. .1 to increased of the operations for i waters of the Highland! Bight. There 'I
did submarine success Another Bradford County. Flor ila. iai! < mime!
a point to be considered in
,.v ..J I no that no sooner dealing with the submarines. On Mar. 1 1I ; were then three British mine fields! I I 171 end 174 beinit dntcd thi la him
: poke her "eye" above the nurface losses were about 580,000 tons of ship the selection and combination of A. D. 191S. and crrtiftcat n .mb>" bcm,
in the North Sea the smallest. and
i t 11 I I 5, 1918! Sir Eric Geddes was able to ,
- :\ : of the water than something was ping. Lloyd George said that the losses feeds is the animal to which they are dated the 4th day of Si-pti-mb- (I1'
first to be laid that which
% P1 the House of Commons -1 I I being served r
: 11 I As she was : say in : of to be fed. The the Raid in m% II
.. lifter her hot and strong. German submarines during the cow and horse can .fled e..lf.t.
think it would not be an unduly favorable aa a protection to the Thames .. .""" dei J-M n
& on the surface, she was year to date had been more than twice consume to better advantage a larger' ,
slow except pal
estimate to that in recent and helped) to block the to the accordance with law. Thi- .
I& way
_' t..p. nfrnid of almost anything which say I I English Channel while the remaining what they: were in the whole of 1916. ouantity of hay and forage' than can il.ectlvely embrace the fr<" At i
I 11:1: the months now we believe that we and ; the hog. This due Bradford county. Florida, a"- .,' On is
could float and. use the ram, gun December 13, 1917, Sir Eric Grd- very largely to .
'
._ In home waters one was the great mine barrier !b
7, 3J the American forces of the laauanca of such i cit
mention the I I des that the submarine the fact that the digestive
to stated tract of
l I tr the torpedo-not have been sinking submarines as fast I I imposing an obstruction to the wider menace / "am.reaprctlvely hereinafter ,)arti', ::.rir *
I bombs, from aircraft. I 1 of the ocean pathways was held, but not yet mastered; and both the horse and the cow is very forth. towltlCertificate
built. passages
I as they have been much larger than that of No. 1 embracn Norl. Hill,
and manoeuvring on February 2, 1918, Sir Eric was able the hog. So t
speed round north I
first the of Scotland
At had extending
I i The use of the ram, which beenof in the Southweat Quarter and South Hal' 'S.r
that of feeds this
to declare the of combining is
sinkings ,
essential
merchant one
ability were regarded ns the relatively greater importance in I I as it did, between the Orkneys and west Quarter of Southeaiit. Quarter tot. S
Her ships had been reduced to lower very important point that should be I ,' W. a
,.' iuulities of the small chaser. the earlier days of submarine fighting the Norwegian coast. This mine field a T. 4. 8. R 19 E.. 100 a.. annf
considered.
business. it was! to drive the quarry I I had an area of about 12,758 level than before Germany cast Do not expect a hog to1 I w.I.
before other and inventions square
weapons I No. 171 emhracw ic
tr of the destroyers, the miles. scale. all restraint. On February 8, eat as much hay or dry forage as (..Iflul. . .t
II into the arm continued .. of Sotithur.1 ' '
had been perfected was by 1 S
p 1918, Admiral Lord Jellico in will a horse or but rather Qu..r
_ fighting\ on the surface being left to In of a speech cow give Tp. 7. . E., D. C M'l.'r
the small craft to good In spite German boasts that their
i similar larger craft. As purpose. at Hull said that he had confidencethat the hog more' concentrated feed nnd I Certificate No. 174 embracii' - i'J
L1 them und the value of April, 1918.! six merchantmen were submarines could ignore the mines by the late summer, about August. with hut a small quantity of forage j tor of Northweat QU."E ai !I'} I a
.
time went on, however bound for I.iverpool under the convoyof by diving under them, manifestly a Nnrthweat Quarter of North22. *" -' !
I should be able to thnt the submarine
,p Increased very much wo say In most cases It will be found that 5- r
small chasers was a patrol boat, when about five o' large number of U-boats must have Tp. 7. S. R. 20 E. acreMelvln
I p j additional speed. and the provision, menace was killed. the balanced ration will give more !
liy clock one afternoon a submerged sub- come to grief within the mined areas.: ,
of depth charges to. Nothing! more w"ndprfal in our antisubmarine economical returns. That is, more'' Certificate No. 1TL' embraillfir - ."*"
if urnmment
,. an muripe dischnrged torpedo which On June 18 1918! the authoritiessllowel .
a -
4 !
at SE; cor of Northi-a i 'ij.. MJeam
,
of the irrowth and!
be, dropped, on or in the vicinity xtrurk one of the steamships, the vessel the publication of an account p-ppn'utlons could he development will he pro- Quarter Rve. 34 anil'in' *.
c when once their position hud. imneinpd' than the development in nir- lured' at less expense for feed than .. . 140 *f
U-boats beginning to founder quickly. Owing of a German submarine which was one I 110 I yj S. 21"') yd E I mI
(.. 'I I van BBcertiiined. In the early days, to/ the ,smartness of a lookout, the last to leave Zeebrnjjge before. it "raft.Vhnt in the summer of 1)15! ; when an unbalanced ration is for!. 8 I ..... Sec. 84. Tp. 7. R ..
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; methods employed, was accounted unique _._ A houevrr the however, about three feet of the sub was bottled up on April 21, 1918, by almost n en- ----- .
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k-. though effective were rather primitive macthe's periscope was observed, 'iiRogers Keyes's forces. Out of n oountrr had come two and a half years no \nns ()JlnEln u TO COMPLETE: arcordlnit! .. mill to law." .tll..I.,|. ..

_ 1 anti the Hubmurines were, generally 'I some IM;;t yards away und, the patrol crew of forty in this particular boat Inter to be regarded u* a daily occurrence. wormO:; AS POSSIBLE:" on the Uth day of January \ .. .,..
1 finished, off with tho gull the rumor Hero are three typical episodo I my sizmet, : 'J.> "' -
full WI.n. ol.ial
boat WItS heudlid for it at speed.The only two survived after terrible -
1__ .. I the torpedo. ns has been described. ''I I .hurp bow struck the U-boat u struggle with death for about a an hour I nnbli, hi>d on April! '8, 191 S. by author Washington. -i; 12.-l'rovo..t the llth day of W T. \WI"I II Im "

For example, when the U-H was de- violent blow, knocking several men und a half at n depth of twenty fa- ity of the work of thp Bpnplane*: :Marshal: General; Crowder has instructed I. 1213,5..1'I II r ,

I F Ftroyed. off Dover nt five P. :M. on I I off their feet nnd at the same time thorns to which the submarine hn! "A British aeroplane, while patrolling draft honrifo to complete thou --- -

1 March! .1.1 U! 15, the Admirnlity announced -, depth. charges won' released. Then a foundered after striking a mine. On' the Channel: sighted a U-bont work of classifying registrants. from I I.earn. the n'alal.. of 'hambrt-

] \ .. I .1 that, thin was accomplished by tho most remarkable result was seen. Not the explosion: occurring the crnft dived fravplimr, on the surface nt low spppd. e'o-hteen to thirtv-nix yenrs old ns lain's Cough Ilnm-di

li'Htrovors of the :Sixth: Flotilla' under., only hail the patrol boat rammed the I rnpidly by the .stern to the sea The submarine started to ,Iiv... hut before Icklv ns !possible and) to classifynone "'Ve first learned ti. ail

I -t U 1 Hear Admiral the I Hon. I Horace I Hood. siilirniirine, but it hail done so with floor. The engineer a skillful, officer, she should get ouite under the whose nuestionnaire is rpceiveilnfter of Chamberlain's (',tigh.I I K: *,'
I No fewer than twelve destroyers tho ."nplnnpVn"! her and December) 21. Registrants of 'leaf
upon dropped
such force that the submarine had been thoroughly conversant with the mech- a ernl ago who > \ ;
names of which were published! on :,,' cut clean] in two. There was a first uniKm of the boat, managed to reestablish couple of bombs which crumpled up this cluss who do not return their Clifton years Hill, this. stati- 11r)

:March !ft>, took part in this hunt, under. I vis'on of the damaged/ stern floating. : the electric lighting, which Ivr conning tower end periscope. Two "iipftionnaires will be classed! as delinquents James Malone, :Moberh[ .M'I' hat

the direction( of Captain C. 1 D. John- I for n moment above water; then. the hod .given out when the crash camo "''her bombs! were' dropped nnd the and proceeded against In time I had sever >'' ',1! an

I. ft .....n. commanding the Flotilla and the forward |Dart appeared how downward nnd then was able to put the boat on .'mnrine disanpenrpd. lonvinuj on the civil courts and be liable to induction noying cough., I got ,1. . am

J: S vubmarine was finally finished off I, I, nnd with the interior clenrlyvisible. nn even keel by ordering the crew to "tirfacp Indications that she had been }into the army immediately. The provost berlain's Cough Ki-nu", :e

liy the destroyers (ihurka nnd :\Iaori.In There was no sort of doubt | make a combined rush forward. Allnilenvors c't'stroyed.' marsh.nl general's office said, taking a few doses of '* ,ugh.

.. .. those days too, submarine as to the fate of this underwater. ,I to move the boat further i i "In .hazy weather quite recently a however it hail not been definitely loosened, up and my lung ,r'
'. nweeps' were in favor. powerful explosives crit ft. railed and water was gradually pour-I large "enplane of ours encountered a decided what steps will be taken I used one bottle of it I '' hef__
I., beinrf towed. nt n certain In mary instances of the later subninrino -I ng into the hull between the plates I'ig'; Ubont, on the deck of which a man against my cold had entirelx .' m'

I ,, depth In explode on contact or small I fighting the U-bont commanders *hlch had. been forced, apart bv theexplnon. was standing nt a (!'un. Flying over- delinquents. It was said, yesterday Adv.

minert bring let down a wire hawser were much too cautious to give The only chanco, of any bond, the apane! dropped a bomb and delinquents. from thirty-seven to

which hiul been, towed between two any opportunities' to their assailants' >ne escaping! alive was to force open I nt the same time took a photograph forty-six should return their questionnaires No Worm In a Healthy ChilJ

.. vessels. ami, 1 nlurh hud located! thc for ramming and! then reliance had i he: conning tower and forward. hatch-1 I which, when developed] showed that blank as the classification of with wir 'n 1 ,.
children
.t Kubmurlnt* on the sea bottom. For' several to be placed chiefly on the Iun.lmy; j jsu eM? and trust to the compression, of the bomb had ripped n large hole in such will he healthy All color, whlb trublo ludiowII r 'r Mam,1
months after the first submarine % <"re"ses of the anti-submarine chns-| lir' in one part of the vessel to force J the U-boat's deck. Gun flashes were men not completed. rule there Is more or a.n''.. '' .UHJ
f _ _ campaign opem-l\ (the merchant' vesKels ITS were secured I by this means alone. ,ach man to the surface. The water I I.vu. now noticed In the mist, out of which GROVE'S TASTELESS chill 41"' :
were at disadvantage in having. Indeed! it wua announced, ,! i in June, 191H! :' .< !gradually rising and flooding! I| 1-1 me three more U-bonts and three ONLY .II. I'. S. NAVALVESSELS for two or three week coil will Set as enrtdti I Cen t'h"

p' cither mi guns/ nt nil! or only weapons that one such \vessel on her. maiden I the Interior Iioweverlaflpl; in addition( j I German; destroyers. All made for the : LOST IN WAR prove Tonic the dUeatlon.to the whole iy ctr Mi.. ,lhrtenlng .,?

_ '1 of inferior calibre, and power there trip from the United States destroyed was mixing with the chemicals in I ,damaged submarine firing heavily ftp- throw oH or the wormi 5.dthin ,,1
being not nearly enough (or all to be a submarine off the French tht accumulators and setting up a i un the seaplane as they approached Wanhington. 1)('( 10.-.Only It I vessels perfect dl.pJ. Pleasant to nk'' ? "

supplied. Nothing daunted however ,coast Oil May 20 Ensign: :Maurice Verlireach poisonous gas. At length when some her., Then n couple of German gen- of the navy including army and ---- -

the seamen( in the trndinir\ ships defended who commanded tho chaser had taken their own lives, the aperture planes turned up and joined in the cargo transports manned by naval GIRLS! LEMON JUU.E
themselves with gn-nt courage described, how u putrol vessel was of one- of the torpedo chambers fray. Put the British machine was crews, were lout from the declarationof WHITENER; R

and skill. Sometimes they utilired sighted aboard which wore the survivors was forced. and ns the mass of water not to be driven. off. It continued the war A' .l 1 I It, 1917, until hostilities IS SKIN

the stem u* a weapon and they frequently of an American steamship, sunk increased the air pressure eventually bombing of the submarine until the. ceased > mhr II, and only twelveof I

lured, ( submarines within; easy hy l a submarine. Half an hour later became sufficient to enable] the survivors latter Hank. By this time this happened thenrw' deatroyiM 1 by enemy submnrines. How To Make a Creamy Beauty

tI reach of men-of-war by putting ''ip a the latter was encountered. und before to force the forward hatches the seaplane had exhausted all its I Ii Cents.
stubborn .ilefnse.t . she hall been opened upon her. thirty' and the conning tower hatch. Only projectiles. Having no further means i Lotion For a Few .

From an early date in the antl-mili- num.Is in all being discharged. .\ destroyer : two men, however, ,raped from the of continuing the fight, the seaplanewjrejessed No farm is complete without at: The Juice of two fresh lemon' Itrlled Oi

t marine warfare too, aircraft were cruising over the spot later I hull of the boat and reached the surface back a message giving the least one mUch cow. How many have Into a bottle containing three whol

) used with good effect. This. had! been confirmed. that the destruction of the alive, there to be picked. up by location of the enemy's flotilla and you ? ces of orchard white makes."markabl'8

t anticipated. long before the war, for submarine was complete. As the descriptive a British trawler. then sped away safely home. quarter pint of the most '

,1 when Louis Bieriot was making. his notes of the Official Naval ll A torpedo gunboat on one occasion "Two of our seaplanes spotted n 210 POUND PIGS lemon skin beautifier at about :the .e)

first historic trip( across the Channel Photograph' Exhibition in the summer I I sighted a periscope at 600 yards, head- large U-boat on the surface and dived one must pay for a small jar 'n o r
In Julv. 110! !). ho saw, near Deal a of 'l'iin'', stated, the U-bont dreads the .d, for the submarine and rammed her to attack her. The first machine drop-1 With corn above 50 cents hogs. eat dinary cold creams. Care ,"< ', b

1 line of British submarines under. the cha.-i-i 1 ;,- the rabbit dreads the ferret. I -lightly. When the captain judged rod a bomb which struck the submarine ,their heads oft very quickly. The hog taken to strain the lemon Jaic-- >hP ar
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I water accompanied( by .I,,' troyprll. The As .iiiin ns the torpedo became 'that the submarine was passing under on the fide. causing her to heel that takes two or three months to get: fine cloth BO no lemon p.ll' tJ
(11111. _ _ t first submarine believed to have been practicable, fur' use against. submarines' the after part of his ship he let go a I, r-ver and begin to sink. The second on full feed never brings you a profit. a lotion will keep 'r _( destroyed from the air was bombedIII further possibilities of its use were I d' pth charge. The ship was immediately machine, then bombed. the U-boat by When you are ready to put your the nthis 'I' '

slntrle handed. by Squadron Commander opened UJ'. C.iptnin Karl O. Leon, of turned and a second charge her conning tower and the pair togeth- shoats on food begin with the C. A. months. Every woman, r
A.V.. Bigsworth. off Ostenrl. on the Swedish. in-my." was reported l to dropped. A seaplane which was Rent 'I' continued pelting tho pirate with Thomas' Hog Medicine. Use regularly lemon Juice is use! to Mjarh 11. :

August. 2fl(;, 1015.! have been the originator of the microphone up .-ircled, round for an hour and re-I projectile! until satisfied that she had and watch your shoats round out move such blemishes a--5")j"1 ,

There followed a period' Inrlii'limj: guided t, .rpcd.... the Idea: of por''d" 1 large patches of .oil on the ,I been destroyed. On another occasion into fat hogs in nine months-hogs lowness and tan and i is .

9 the whole of. the year i9tt. during which was for a torpedo to be fitted surf ,oe, and Inter still! a group; of one of our seaplanes diver from over going well over :200! pounds and as softener, whitener and be. .

which the (Germans set to. vork to reorganise with four sensitive microphones or min sweepers sweeping the bottom. .t.OOO< feet and dropped! a bomb plump high at 2-10 pounds. Figure: the average Just try It! Get threr J ,r

? their .submarine fleet on thi-. I "ears," which being attracted by tho repi ted nn obstruction in this place. Into a'e1'Y large German submarine, fording! and you will nee why orchard at any drag ,.d
basis of the experience they hA.) gained .sound of a ship's, propellers steered The weekly tables of the losses' which at once turned over and sank." the B. A. Thomas' medicine Is a good two lemons from the grocer ra

to build new ships in large number the torpedo. toward her. This Invention issue I by the Admiralty showed that Many are the stories! whtch could! he> investment Try feeding out your up a Barter pint of this sweetly' :.r;

1 to Improve the seiirolnir, capabilities I was advanced. a further stage:( the campaign reached the height of related concerning the achievementsof hogs rn this plan and if you are not rant lemon lotion and mas3 P' ''t.

) ( and add! to their dea-IHness.! by Mr. E. F. Chandler nn American, its virulence in April 1917. Lloyd these hunters of the submarine, more of than pleased medicine.we wif refund the Into the fart, neck, arow (J5))
t" I cost the
OnFehrwinylO.19lf3C.ermflnyhad! ( who wn described as the inventorof George admitted In Parliament on Au- I

j 1- t t announced her Intention of treating tho system of harbor defense which I! gust 16th of that year that the April (Continued on Page 7) Sold by R. S. Jones Starke.-Adv. hands.-Adv.







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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK, FLORIDA. .\fa! : SKV; KN::

I J'IlIlH. .n_._Y._ DECEMBKK: 20. 1918 ____ _

HOW TllK: .\1.1.sUT.: : TIIK: 1 CALOMEL SALIVATESAND I stlpnted and all knocked out and be*
KNACK:/ OF THE SUKMAKINK i hove you need a dose of dangerous
:"':. MAKES YOU SICK calomel just remember that your drug
CROSS
RED I ;
WILL YOU BE WEARING YOUR ] (Continued From I'ujre 0)) ,, gist sells for CO cents a large bottjo
HOME ? Calomel: is Quicksilver and Acts of Dndson'H Liver Tone, which is entirely -
BUTTON WHEN THE BOYS COME from destroyers ; drifters and from Like Dynamite On vegetable and pleasant to take
I
built .submarine chasers to 'I
specially II
I and Is a perfect substitute for calomel!,
J patrol yacht The fat of the UC-3U: : Your Liver.
liver
i It ill i guaranteed to start your
which was made known onrly in l\Ioy, 1 1
IDIS, illustrates the deadliness of ndi'troypr I I Calomel loses you u day! You know without stirring you up inside, and
NEED To I: not salivate,
can
of
ALL YOU ntUiok. This submarine, ,
WHEN what" calomel is. It's mercury; (juick0'lvcr. :
commamlcilby i I !Don't take calomel! It makes you
I ID A a new mine laying typo, Calomel I is It
JOIN TVte. BeD CROSS Lieuti'mint Otto lOhrcntrnut, had dangerous. work. Podson's DOLLAR AND j sunk two neutral ships, in one rust crashes Into sour bile liko dynamite, I I I PUB you right up nnd you feel great
HEART AMD A / continuing to lire on her victim afteei![cramping and sickening you. Calomel I' Give it to the children because It
BOTTOM the vesBil I hud stopped in reply to u attacks the bones and should never be
You CAM WEAR EE = lIi-nllllllld! killing two of her ITOW. On put into your system it perfectly harmless and does not
ALONG WITH REST 01 the following day the submarine When you feel bilious, sluggish, con- 1 gripe. (10( H)

THE CROW D- OHHHBOY.1 ? I q 0 0 q h lt. ed nttniftod fire on the another attention steamship of n, but opt.n'l

A GR-R-R-RAN&D& ,. I) destroyer.' UC-i! dived, but not uuuatunn.uatu JncjJtOClQinllli.'I; : .I\ICamCtI'ClIjat.\ ; ICllfJt/cumnwnocu\unc.UllaIiJlJI ti
AihiT IT ly enough, for a depth charge droppedby a
I i 1
FFFLINt? u u n i' :
shook
the torpedo boat destroyer
tLORRIUUS hr I II
Ai4D < her vitally, so' that water poured into :
V U her (conning: tower and control 1'0011\.1 I : Export Trade
T' ( causing u panic among the crew. :She
rose sharply to the surface, only to be ,j I'I

.M raked by the destroyer foro and curt I' ''j Latin America II Ft'
? if i\ Khrontrnut: climbed out of the conning ,::1, / I, i
: rK) ? tower hatch and was, immediately killed m ;' }
by a shell. The engineer and, sub I rn What Sells Here Sells There
lieutenant were next on deck nail the ,
former W." wounded. Tho U-bnutwn"< : :c J !Manufacturer ", i.hin10\ m.irkct llirir, producl h in 1 .aim Amrrii.i will o I r'i

r still the dostiuyi-r making speed therefore on the continued surface nail to I 1 1)t1' be benefited l hy communicatingvilli our [Mxporl: Bun'au.V. can sell Na s

fire. Fnally, the destroyer, hailed the I ,; your good through ourNative
U-boat through a megaphone to stop,
J and when the submarine ceased to tf .' Sales Representativesand '
move scM-nteen! Herman survivors 1 i '::1
taken air her. Two British .
were prisoners I
in I the U-boat wore also rescued :, ?i trade! connection, F'uMicily in Iwo hundred I ,ntip American tI

uninjured before she sunk I :r: Newspapers and two hundred 5.IOInI"lil1l1! Picture 'Theatre) in I: ,1

,' offered When a Ai prize i ,'ed'III'I'OW of $100 to patriotically any ono onboard I :1 South and Central America, will carry the nlory of your product' straight ;/: t 4

mei-thant ships who first sighted I ; to the !Merchant, Business Men Buyer and Consumer of f these South '
submarine this prize was "
an enemy
[:: American Countries. r
awarded in 172 cases up to October, '
!I 1IH7.! The olTrr' being open to all class- 'IT'
Co-operative Catalogues l'
I eg of people on board, whether crew: I :P:
; or passengers, it gave a stimulus. to !
; a Inll traveling by lieu to be on the alert : 1 \Ve are assembling. our I I') I 19 catalogue printed in the language of the

and increased the efficiency of the j i South and Central American Republics. :
lookout kept. As showing the value of .

keenness and smartness in this direction , If interfileJ, U'riwire/ or call I
on analysis of the claims made c :
for the Yarrow prize showed that in II II', ,
over eighty-five: \ per cent the vessels AMERICA'ASSOCIATIONASHLAND
\ : / were brought safely into port without : ALLIED 4!

damage of any kind, while in nearly I I ,:
one-half of the cases19.7)( per cent, :: BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A. ;:': ,;
to he exact) the vessels got: into port :1 .
without being attacked at all. ThU t 'as .
was not only, a great gain in itself '1 .,uMOfMMraTOnroruiKiMiMantMirofcraThe' : ; ;)#;) ; #hfitai7r101C1CILT01CIt7t Dt7t3tptDCtffCir IIOIDClO!
VA I II
but it had I a still: more far reaching( "
I I effect in cases where the merchantmen I '
were able to circulate the information .
1 lor the prr-i'nc<' of the submarine.! Then I I
like the an craft keeping a watchful
eye for the lurking peril of the sea
!she could call to her aid, swarms of ?a' ,
I j scouts to i !lose in upon the U-boat. ,
N Sr -- :i Practical proof of the destruction ofu u fr l ors
U.bonta" of course, often provided 1
,I by the capture" of survivors from
l I her crew. In some cases' the lf-boat
I I herself w.is captured but found to be
no longer seaworthy through dnmug.. f
sustained. One such case was the cup alq 1 v
ture of the entire crew of four officer
and thht\.flve men of n U-boat 1 b.\
the American destroyers! Fanning and;'
Nicholson in November 1(17.! Having
sighted a periscope, both of the destroyers 4 i il
made full I'speed ahead towan'
the spit nnd dropped depth charges
These had! the effect of disabling the l
r
fiB / submarine and causing her to bump l
the bottom of the sen. lUl
She then rose to the surface and on l r1
4
being thrown a line, which was mado ,
of Clare Briggs, New York Trtbnna. fast to the submarine, the entire crew
scrambled. off the conning tower and"
Farmer Receives More Than Five
and' j-wnni for the destroyer. It was
then discovered that the Germans had
;EEPIN6 HOME FIRES BURNING opened the se-\ cocks, for the submarine
1 ommenced to settledown until : Thousand Dollars a Minute From
| the hawser parted and she disappeared. -
In another case, given officially" 4
UNTIL THE SOLDIER RETURNS a L' .oat'. moving below the surfacistrin
K I n mine and her engine room imj Swift & CompanyThis
j modi,"i'i" (ly filled with water. The only
mean' of escape for the crew was
Ithroi.Ii' the torpedo tube, which was
The Hed Cross has for years been Living Is more IlllU-nlt" for every one children are necessary, the Home Service ouicl, unloaded of its torpedo and on amount is paid to the farmer for live
,s. cI I with\ hospitals'I tloclol, sole In war Blurs, and the :uiollnTS are lonely Is ready to uB",lst, to secure proper the -iiouldern, of their comrades who
Jei I ,Aura battles, dlsaHters ; but It and ilIsroiiriiiiiMl, and this brings care for the children needing It and to farm I a human ladder some member stock, by Swift & Company alone, during the
months hardship on Hit hinds of the little ease the mind of the mother of th t row were enabled to escape ant trading hours of every business::; day.
few
'>rm "v'thin the last
children Sometlmi'H the wife nnolIII..lllt'r were picked up boat. Th
|hat Hi do not come under suddenly"
who ,
'
e U-lu> a.t however h<'l'll'.lov..r
H worrylnu mi-r financial pruh.lrux i AH this is to the Farmer
ny of tn| >se .'lasses. have come to "" 111. \ ., lurid lucre the llmue Sorvlco" hue Milk for Clck Babies. filled'' < ith water through tho open lube money paid throughthe
19 tin imp.,irtnnce of the assistancenulereil reuti .Is always helpful, for It tactfully Everywhere" In the war zone there and I'-,', rest of the crow were, drown open market in competition with large und

In the lied C'roHx. asslxrs her In properly iimniiKlnn her are Hick Imblcx nnd babies needing ed. small packers, shippers, speculators and dealers.
milk. The American' lied Cross U es- At, i xploit by a British" submarin"
Soliiunand"" Bailors must be enrouraged alfnls( I In 1 planning her Income and
[ I Their morale of she Is. rrcelvlnuHiilllclent tabllHliln) milk HlntlonK, and the babies with i U-boat illustrates the under
a iin. conrHc seeing I Unit
Varry
,f The farmer feeder receives
or shipper :
which have existed ,
to tiiitr might ,
soldiers beginning
'' soldier of Itiilliin are +
sailor ,
nth > held. The or allotnient. inxl this ri'KUlarly .
vhi, .- .on-ylntf about the welfare >fMs and then If It hcroincx' ncccKHiiry theHeil thrive already under) the competent SUM ''i,.rs vessel had not been the captured., rraf Th' every cent of this money ($300.000 an hour,
Brit sighted
[ II'' ;'M not able to put bill mind Cross Ii always reedy to xupplenjent rare of ho urn-Ken, Home. of whom were both '.ring on the surface,enemy and imrne nearly $2,000,000 a day, $11,500,000 n week) in
on ihi before him. ForthNin the Income.Vhcn- medical Infant' \V, fitru! nurses In oar own
HIIICS cure .
Intel! dived and altered her course !I. cash, on the spot, as soon as the stock he has
r "I', in- Homo Service. Section of or operations for (he xrclfuru of the country b<:fore going overveas. At rate it few minutes later the Germs
tho American Hed Cross has been or.cn" thrL'h her perfMoope-. While "tt' just sold is weighed up.
:!
neiirhhorllness, counsel ami aid t pedo, which was followed by .1. Some of the money paid to the farmer during .
(-tin nation's assurance. to the enllt1 flhnii' : explosion., On again coming t"
1 man thai his family shall suffer for the ,irfnce the British submarin a single day comes back to the company in

no essential thing that Is wltbin Us, Children of the Crusade found l three men swimming in n pntrh : a month from sale of products; much does not

power I\'I! !. I of n I. two of whom were rescued, th'' come back for sixty or ninety days or more.
In practicallyery" large city of the: other sinking
United States there Is already a class j. May,, survivors were saved under. But the next day Swift & Company, to meet the f

for training the workers. of trip Home, Cy JEANNE JUDSON. simil.ir circumstances by surface craft' I I demands made by its customers, must pay out
S..rvlce section, so that they may be ns w i wit the case when the French cruiser ,
able\ to 'fllclenlly deal with the very <'I :itenurenault was torpedoed bv ,.1.1subii i another $2,000,000 or so and at the present high

real problems that lire before them Frightened and pitiful, they" walk apart, ,urine in the Ionian Sea in Dccrm 'I price levels keeps over $250,000,000 continuously '
.
It Is not the policy of the section t,.! her 1917. The torpedo having JIPI, tied in the market and in
force opnn families the aid of the Rod Through the familiar village street, grown strange flreil from the enemy craft, the il f.. up goods on way to ;
Crust nor to burden them with InterfereiH 1, Hand clasped hand, they hear weird echoes start strovrs rushed to the spot from when bills owed to the company.
'e No family should be ap- From ruined IKmies.) Fear dumbs each small)), child heart. the .,.it tack had been made riddling if''

pronched unless some member of the with 'helN. The enemy then roar : This gives an idea of the volume of the
family or some person. rnpnMe of No tears rain down like dew to ease their woe ; 1 agan', but hurriedly submerged on bo- business
Swift & Company and the
from the cruiser requirements
speaking' for them has asked for hit Horror has dried the wells from which they sprang Inghelleil crippled
rvlce. He-cause. It H the desire. : of Like wee crusaders of the long ago crui An"1'' '' r'T, which torpedo sank.was then The fired submarine at the of financing it. Only by doing a large businesscan i

the Committee on Civilian Relief under Their phantom banners in the breezes blow.If agn i rose, only to submerge uml>.>" this company turn live stock into meat and
whose this work ,
direction comes fire fiom, the destroyers and the bomb by-products at the lowest possible cost, prevent
to keep the I"''''\lee of the bureau'
should call out "Follow! they would I of tw Heaplifnes.. She was, however
the oran one run, distribute
trlctly confidential wearing unnl'" to remain below the surfac-- waste, operate refrigerator cars, to
uniform by the Home Service Grime of the highway on their tiny feet, .
she being im in all of
for "'re again came up. retailers parts the country and be
workers, has. been ilNrfiur.femL, They Heedless alike of dust and blazing sun, I med ;itelv surrounded by destroyer1-
ml simply as frit-nils and try to call Forget, as dreams, the horrors that were done. The germane; threw themselves. int' recompensed with a profit of only u fraction ofa

hlilll. .111111'1) 'iMil r"'I.u.st..1.Ih' the -i .1, three officers and nineteen meybeitu' cent a pound-a profit too small to have any
ln"liinc' Is \lnltor. permitI None calls they rest within the shade saved the submarine then sinking :I
; weary noticeable effect on the price of meat or live stock.
I the. .
i. Into leccets of the fume
pry having been blown to pieces by
The ruined church, where once they learned to
U I H.-Iti .iiwtivji t ready end the callus pray, gunfire.
I Long years before the war had come and laid
I n> mcs from ih. mnn In thee instance of airship
following
'* <- tilu,4.-f| Tbro'iKh the worker Their homes in ruins, made their hearts afraid. attui Th". 'k" will indicate that the lightrr-

m tinimp ,if ut ill* front he 1 i than air units of the Royal Air Force Swift & Company, U. S. A.13R.t1)FORU .
I." us that his. 'jinlly may he asMlsted Before the Holy Mother low they bow, were equally to the fore In servicoogairt +

.. tu docs nut hear regularly or Perhaps she" hears and soon will bring them aid, I the underwater boats. On one
aTtjr! '> he Is quite apt to talk It must be she whose voice is calling now occasion at midday a naval airsh'rnlghd >
o i with! the Reil Cross' man or wi>- ,d I a suspicious, patch of oil and I
For see the cross is shining on her brow I
nun the atTnIrs of hli home when he circle I lover it In an effort to ascertain -I
learns Ofhe friendly Interest and the cause. Suddenly' n perincow
thus .send local worker to his fmnlly The light around her head, a nimbus gleams, broke the surface in the midst' of th", 1

The school l feathers also! are often the A Red Cross worker, not from Heaven, they know, oil. The airship dropped a bomb clone --
Infontmutn. for they know through the Yet Mary heard and sent her here it seems to the periscope and a series of bull n _
children of the oevds at home and are To lead them home to shelter and to dreams. bles began. appearing indicating that
Kind to see the fanillj' problemsulred. the damaged submarine was! mo vine
slowly. awav under the water.-New 7
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA.
FRJD.\T. !
u.E EIGHT DECEMBER
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; i, Dr. J )(. Mam made a professionalvisit Miss Mattie Youngblood.John I I A party composed of S. V. and W. 1 *t Fire Mile, __
_._ here one day Ian week.C. Hail was. a visitor at the fairin I[ II. Andrea and G. W. and T. C. Hazen her Parents.Pine spent .h.' _. "'......
i H. Harrison of Wortlur.gton.. Lake Butler: Friday. I left Sunday morning for the sandhillsi
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parted through here one day last wetk- Miss Ome King; :: of White Springs, i on a fishing trip. elected HLngF offiw. v . ; ting
the of her sister-I Jr.. .; -.-, '. ..
I. visiting at borne I. W. Pinholrter. presented some '' .'
on Dc-c. -_ .
HAMPTON I 'n-law. Mrs. R. M- King i! of his friends with a sample of syrup as follows 4; e
County News Item? Daniel Dalleo of Jacksonville is.., made on bis farm near here, and they W. CrewsW:

j1t.1; Hampton. Dec. 20-The many friends here preparing a location for his new'! say it IS as "g-jod as was ever made." I. W. PiahoUt! !M
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cf L. D. Crown regret to know that be home. I Eugene Sl rreDC)', of Jacksonville is L: pJBholif-r.
J.
is quite ill in Tampa where be has We regret very much to chroniclethe I spending this week with his family. M. R'P. .
'r II ImUrtln fact Gathered During the Week br Our been- employed for( sometime.< sickness of !llr,. R. M. King this Quite a crowd of YOUDfolics attended T. Osteen.Barefoot. 7K ,.....i.. ...
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: ; Correspondent LakeGtoM''a. week.- I the cane grinding at A. B. Sur- ,-
Regular Mr. and Mrs. Strickland of I'' L. F. Surre,.rr. .'p .
I were guests of friends here"hirvDg rency's last Thursday night. L. Sowel! Jurnc. :,. .
< the week. DUKES McDavid.. of Cooter pond was a P. A. Crosby: ><.- .
L. A. Mum superintendent I business visitor here Friday.G. --
Major Allen: Green Jjr "a
Dokes Dec. 20-The farmers of this B. Colson made a to Lake .. ..
Eunice Dinkins was a recent vUitor of Hope Hall was looking after business trip D. J. Byrd. -
: LA WTEYLawtry : Tyi-
section are busy grinding cane and Butler Friday morning.
I to Jacksonville visiting relatives and interests here Saturday.Mrs. / Steve Hague, ( .
"hap:
while there.If C Mocta Chrichlow, of Jacksonville digging:/ potatoes. Miss Emma Chesser is making her a
}\ Lea L0.-Peer J. II, Martin, friends have not paid your dollar to is the guest of her father W. E. H. C. Peeples was a !bufinesy visitorto home with her uncle J. D. Baxter.J. The installation, ,- -.. 111:1:
for the Jackfcon.ie you place Dec. ,
27th
Di tnrt >SIIpe-nntAndent
i } do it Hutcheson. this place last u-etk. J. Morgan was a visitor to Worthington a-
i%" \. ), ; lntnot, St. Johns Rivr! Con- the without Red day.Cross! it That is your glorious duty to work is J. D. Padgett and D. W. Moor, of Mrs. L. Bryant: visiting her parents Tuesday morning- hers are urged to .? present a.

ferwic!, Methodist Episcopal church the greatly Tberesta. were business visitors here Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McLeod this Messrs. A. A. and E. M. Hazen were Miss Inf'z0 Aberca" c ..
still on and money u :
/ ) in announced a. coming to Grace M.r' going time. Monday.L. week. attending; to business in Starke Tues number of friend ji.- T.in .'r'-U!(
E. church next Thur., y evening at 7 The needed chicken at this pilau dinner and the ba- J. Wynn of Starke. was looking Furman Stokes passed through here day. at a birthdav pt--)' kb7t-:

",7 o'clock. Dr Martin will pk on the I by the Ladies Aid of Grace I rafter!! business interests here Monday. one day: lan week. Quite a crowd, attended the cane her fifteenth: !; binhd.:. :-... '
, 'h Treat subject fit the world minion etn- ,1 1M.par E.given church Saturday was a great | Owing' to the prevalence of "Flu" Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Howard were in grinding at Francis Dyal's Monday for and dining re. T '., .:. ..I'J\.K!
II: .' tennary and this will probably; be the financially a greater the schools are &closed until after theChristmas I Gainesville! shopping/ Thursday.Mrs. night.Truman. decorated with cut -< ",".. \
and was
l ._ ,last opportunity the Lawtey people success than before thanks to ''I holidays, and church or Jonnnie Mott, of Lake Butler. Dyal. of the Graham sec of roses lilies" art 'i" !IJ" will, have U hear him speak as beleaviri isi' those success who so kindly ever helped by patronizing I I Sunday school services wiU not '.a held who has been visiting at the home of tion was a prominent visitor here last Among those p'h. . .
( ; the work of this district; to it.Miss during![ the month. The Sunday school, her parents Mr. and Mrs..Rollo Thomas :. Tuesday.Mr. Marguerite< Shr-.n- :: _. ${'**
1 take up a large field of labor a* cen- : returned home Fnd. Mrs. U. Andreu of New Hal '
a Rosemary Hall, who is employ-: I[con"entionbicb was announced to be and Loca Anderson. NV: -
I 1: ternary aecretary. of the Atlanta! area i ed in the posloffice at Jacksonville. I''held at the Baptist church Dec 27-2, Clarence Scaff teacher of Brooks I. River accompanied by Misses Ruby lie Mae Nabb. Rut -. -ud'W
I'rt under m.hop L *te. was'" the guest Sunday of her aunt. has been called off as the meetings 1' school passed through our burg Friday Robert a"d Ozena Malvin were intown Harley and Lunar', ";Uei J ,
s '" The Doctor i. known and 'beloved all afternoon.Messrs. afternoon.J. ? PI,
would jeopardize the public health. Saturday holster. Arthur E& .
Wall.
Mi Anna
i liter, the district he ii a gifted speaker Charles's Churchill of Jacksonville! Friday. Dec. 2Oth. has ben! pro- :I B. E. and J. S. Brown were C. Cone spent Sunday with his zen. Earl Surrey :-, i"II'" \larT1n SaM. 11
hm I lectures have been great' F
11, t \ treat and to bit friends and ad- wan transacting business in Lawteyrecertly. claimed a "Clean-up Day" 'or the !I !hipping hogs from this point last i family. Hazen. Ennis Keay: '-.'tr.4ndn
6 many town and community by order of Dr. week. Mr*. P. A. Crosby left Monday tovi.it Eldon Baxter. Car: : .
.1 I'', mireri in this section hill and May l there nDr.are. '1 Mrs. James Hannan came over from Middleton, mayor and the publi- health 'I Mrs. H. W. Deesof Ft. Call was her daughter! Mrs. L. Futch, of by, Lester and Fra= -.,"t.R ylr ere.: .

t i many Martin rifret will conduct over the fourth Jacksonville;) and spent Sunday at her fEcer. Some of the yards and alleys visiting/ her sister Mrs. S. M. Dukes i Lawtey. MIT. I. W. Pir.hoNv.4) lrl', '?'
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lit quarterly have Saturday. J. E. Clemon was attending to business T. Osteen. '
become the
to
home East Lawtey.M : a menace public (I
conference at the close of hu ad- in :
Mrs. W. R. Dubose. Mrs. Katie '
La,' .SB Mary Stalsby. of Jacksonville health and a disgrace to the town. We at Dukes Friday afternoon. At ten o'clock -.t. ...
drew- t-
i) .-I Christmas come but once pert Sunday with friends in Lawtey. hope to have every part of the town" in 'I Johnson and Miss Xita Dukes attend.ed i! Mrs J. W. Surrency and children vited to the d.Rirjr! .,..rare 'ir
a
1 1 and when it come it brings good cheerand year Miss" Stalsby is employed in the Jack- a sanitary condition Friday. urday.the teachers meeting at Starke Sat ,I of Old Bradford were .in town shopping and ambrosia wer- -. t1|..?, Abt.ca'
4 informed that tt.rewill onMlle po office.V Mr*. Perry John and little daughter Saturday morning.Eldon nathy received - ...jj !
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lit ? -be abundance are of good cheer in Law. L. Dinkins. of Jacksonville spentthe Beatrice who have been quite ill Several of our cjtizeni. including Baxter was visitor to Ala- useful presents A'-. - , a'
an Msrs. Clarence Hubert War steer
week-end. with relative with the in uenza. are improving nice- Scaff I-hua Friday.L. ire .
in
d 'I ty on Chrwtman eve. Thre Christ* Lawtey games wer nli- : ",-.1: -, ,
Deimond and Earl Dukes attended I I usciMis
I trees and entertainment. have T. f>. Wearen. of Jacksonville spent ly at this writing. Garfield Johns and ren. Johns made a business trip to Phnve.r. T, <,-i: .
mac week.A. his little son are quite ill. Their the fair at Lake Butler Saturday.T. I: Worthington Saturday evening.Dr. .
been arnounred. one in the Baptist several days in LawVy Ian many I guest bade her W-< t,1: -
church, one in Grace M. Efl church H. Harley, Henry Hicks. L. L. friends hope for their speedy recovery. Butler A. Pinkston. made a trip to Lake !, Tribble. of LaCrosse was a professional wished her many T . ..,,-T nirdayg. .
Sapp. Joe Allen and B. L. Blanchardcame Miss Eya Hodges: left Tuesday af Thursday.Charles i I visitor here Monday. .
and one in the M. E. church. South
,u I ftr visit over from Jacksonville and spent ternoon for Macclenny and Rater Floyd of Jacksonville was i. Frank Cone made a trip to Worthington
and Santa Claus has promised to
visiting friends and relatives in this
k ( i all The hour each Sunday! with. their families.Mr. town where she is the guest of rela Sunday.I. The Qciniac That Doe
these place in case section dot Affect The tlt.
Oa.
Sunday. I
| L. Eulbks. of Thomasville, ,
and Mr W. H. Edwards and tives.
1 has been announced 7 o'clock, -with *! Bemuse of
1 at < fts toclr
B. E. Brown made a business trip to t to make this his mad !urJ.r Ct
the exception of the M. F:. church Mrs. T. J. Terry and daughter Claudio Jacksonville I is here and expects T1\ E BROMO &UXM. E ''Ya:',,,,, as !It 1S, |
+ ) in Jacksonville on THEKESSA Saturday. home'for a while.Miss br anyone wnl>out r..uws. ""*r .nc.. .no
shopping '
South, which will be 6'SO. The entertainments were .. "
r; : J. S. Howard made a trip over to Maude Shaw who is teaching iaibebwil E-V" CJfuVES .itts j.
1 will he open to the public. Tuesday. Lake Butler '
+ Gunter visitor to Jack- Theressa Dec. :20! D. W. :>Moore Tuesday.
}Ir. and :.!re. W. f. Godwin with relatives Cry was a George Miller and mother made a
o and friends, motored to Starke sonville Tuesday. was a business visitor to Starke Mon trip to Lake Butler! Tuesday.Mr. .
Mu' A. A. Stokes of Jacksonville, wasa "
for busmen transactions. I
day.Mrs. .
and! Mrs. Jesse of Providence
Gay
t to Lawtev one day last week. T. L'. Shirley, of Brooker.
11 Mrs. J. II. Moore returned from a visitor spent visiting at the home of '1'1'.
!II. L. Smith nf P.aiford, spent Sunday Saturday and Sunday here with her were
; visit i to her daughter, Mrs C. I' Mayo, and Mrs. R. W. McLeod Sunday.
of Mnnrooville. Ala., arriving Saturday in Lawtey. daughter, Mrs. B. B. Sapp. \Vhen You Come to JacksonvilleSEE
rw a <>n the ele\"n, bringing the Joyful Frank Green of Jacksonville spent G. M. Bennett was a business visitor -
f news of the arrival of little Ada Marie Sunday in I. wtey at the home of Mr. to the county seat Monday after BROOKER

M Mayo (weight 9 poumln) and all well and Mrs. Charles Dir.kins. noon
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Brooker Dec. 20-The farmers ha'et.toen
when Mrs. Moore left for l.. wtey. James Browning of Jacksonville I Blanton Owsley of Jack.nville, advantage of the cool &5&Afsft PsZ. Most Interesting'
taking
k .*. '' happy party of ladies; assembled spent Sunday in the Wateroak section. spent Saturday and Sunday here with
"ry weather to cave their meat. V T iT%&&
his mother, Mrs J. E. Owsley. c_' )
ii. at the home of Mrs A. A.
i Smith: Thursday of last week it t. ingthp. MILLER Rev. N. T. ping of Starke f. I led his from Two here carloads week.of hog were shipped .... -. r- if j-Tr.'r ..xt'J r Store I In Flonda
last
They were purchased
regular appointment here: at the! Baptist -
semi-monthly meeting of the Ladies I :
Aid l Society of Grace M. E. church Miller ![>c. 20.-Rn. M. A. Wood- '' church Saturday and Sunday. firm of bv McCranie Mr. Tison&;, Hall representing of Sparks the, 45-49 W. Bay St. Thru the block to 46.tt For.
*' Business and pleasure were happily ard filled his regular appintment at Saturday night a number of young

i united under the inspiration of thefrer.ial the Free Will Baptist church here on folks enjoyed a candy pulling at the Ga.Leo P. Scanlau of Newark X. J.,
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Young Everything in Books
1 hostess. Refreshments were1Y Saturday night and Sunday. wa here last Wednesday looking af
1Y served and a very pleasant social time Judge liryant fliers of Gainesville?. blood. Those enjoying it were Misses
enjoyed. Th approach of darkness visited! his sister, Mrs. H. S. Miller, Stella" Cloversettle, Rhoda Bennett, ter L.timber A. Brown interests.and If. P. Gainey were Fiction Books .on Agriculture and other pursuits by reliable
4 Estelle Woodard Mattie:
drove the ladies to their homes, but Sunday. i I Your.gblood.
it failed to drive the smiles of satisfaction The many friends of J. L. Brownare Messr Henry and Elmer Woodard, ', business Dr. and visitors Mrs. to Middleton Starke Tuesday. authors, Toy Books Reference Travel etc.

from the faces of the delighted glad to know that he is slightly 1 Sam Swindel and others. nied by Mrs. :Middleton's sister accompa-of
e true-t. improving from a serious attack of Arthur Bennett is on. the sick list
visitors here Tuesdaymorning.
1' I Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Edwards and pleurisy which was the result of in thin week. I' Hampton. were Commercial and Fancy Stationery
Mrs. T. J. Terry motored to Jacksonville fluenza. '' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sasser spent a'' .
\ The little infant of Mr. and Mrs. U.
f t a on Tuesday on a big Christmas Miss Lottie Stokes the primary! few days recently with her parents, j Crews is ill, suffering from swelling Fine Wedding and Society Engraving made in our own exclusive -
shopping trip returning the same teacher of our school attended the I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown of near of the very right limb. ,,I
'. evening after a somewhat strenuous fair at Live Oak Saturday. I! Starke. plant Ask to see samples.
Seville <
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos are re-
tc r but very enjoyable day. Geo. Shallar of Providence was visiting | Miss Daisy Moore anj brother Cecil I cehincongTatulations over a fine
Mrs. Talley. after spending the pastsummer friends here Sunday. :, spent the week-end here with their born Dec. 9th.
and fall visiting relatives and Dewey Fraliek of Providence, at- parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. daughter W. S. Nabb is spending this week Toys and Athletic GoodsA
I I taking a number of trips through the tended church here Sunday night. I Miss Beady Croft took in the fair at I

; I western. and northern states, has now Mr. and Mrs. H. FT Bennett of I Lake Butler Friday. with Mrs.his Alexander family and little son. Hads- Toy Shop open the year round. Supplies for all your (favorite .
I I. : settled once again in the home of her Bland visited the letter's brother Mr. Grandma Cobb has returned from the
daughter, Mrs W. F. Godwin where J. L. Brown. I Larkins where she spent several week well.week of with Jacksonville her mother, are Sirs.spending U. Pinhol- sports and pastimes.
she will remain till after the holiday Albert' Miller fended the fair at'' with her daughter Mrs. W. J. Stafford.

and thOn0 to Miami, where she will Lake Butler Saturday.J. I Grandma says she doesn't like South ster.Those the teachers
wall I Florida little bit. who attended THERMOS BOTTLES A necessity in all seasons
t spend a part of the winter, probably J. Hi..llinof Providence a meeting in Starke Saturday were the
returning here in the visiting relatives here Sunday. Henry and Kilmer Woodard made a .
Misses Mamie Pinholster Eunice Haze
I'rr-t. Blackburn who with hi. school B. E. Brown made a business trip to business trip to the county seat Mon n, Ruty Parrish and Vera Surrency. FLASH LIGHTS. Useful everywhere and safe
+ '" teachers and others gathered) in Starke Dukes last week. day.Miss Hazen
'I l Gay Pinholster and Marvin Goods
Artists
; :ntur+lay to attend the institute there.reports Mattie Youngblood was a visitor PICTURES. PicturelFraming,
Misses Cora Spires, Virgie. Ruby made a business trip to Starke Satur
and to Hampton Thursday.The
'.1 .... a very profitable session and Mr. Seeber Thomas, of Midway, folks Practical GIFTS for all occasions
of
l 's speaks very highly of the manner in young thin communityarr' day.Miss Shriver last
attended church here Sunday. Marguerite! spent
r I' Ii' '. which Sunday the visitor morning were at entertained.Grace M. E. F'
: 'i church KCV. Alfred Evenden will de- pent the week-end with his parents I5fn Hall was a fair visitor at Lake Harley and Fred Hazen, accompanied -
I.r.. '" er h < HI TI 'oat' '"hri-tma.. sermon Mr ..r.ndlrM.. N. H. Stokes, returningto Butler Friday. blis Mes I.oca Anderson and Mail receive attention
I Every member in town ought to be Jacksonville! Sunday.Mr. Mr*. II. E. Moorer was visitor t,. Ruby Roberts, attended the fair at inquiries prompt

present. and the public is hereby ex- and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Hampton Thursday. F.ak Butler Saturday evening..
i. tended a cordial invitation to atte"1thm Providence attended church here Sunday Miss\ Stella Cloversettle, of near :Miss Ruby Roberts of New River
xervice. Brooklyn spent! Saturday night with pent Sunday here with friends.

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t of the biggest little Farm Tractor you've ever

seen. Costs you about 75c. per day to feed him PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATES

when he's working; -nothing when he's standing applicationof '
This machine embraces the largest

The BEEMAN TRACTOR will plow, the production oi
w of gasoline power adapted to I

harrow or cultivate as much or more than a large I ,#,
labor on the farm. I
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"Won't kick of the its foot / + :, .j We will demonstrate this Tractor I

over the singletree.out traces nor gets ///f/f/f1i.,/ ,.: . 4a'/4 DECEMBER 23d., from 10:00 to 12:00 a. m. and


7 from 2:00 to 4:00 p. m., on the vacant lot opposite

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