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 27, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04687
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I IIMC AT\ STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY DECEMBER 27. 1918 NUMBER 26.

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RESTING LETTERS FROM I IbUADFOKU < . . \I\fi- II I GOVERNMENT: : :': TO FI'KMSII' :NITRATE ': I AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT: I II

COUNTY SOLDIERS m(i> NO SANTA CLAUS LETTERS .* i ill It Our Boys Over Here ,6Ovcr: There u...'.SOI\ I Nathan Prevail, 12-year old son of I

Irs. H. M. Pinkston, of Dukes, sent [ following letter to the Telegraph ,shi i> <8> will furnish nitrate of soda, a i morning. by an automobile driven by J-
her son, Private Harry Pinkston, I Ii ] (a The little friends of the Tele- l valuable component to fertilizers: to Koy Roberts at the corner of Ninth
L U i serving with the American Exttionary : I <> graph who have in the past been >8 : : the farmers of tho country at cost rand Walnut streets. The boy was con-
Force: \ 4W *> sending their Santa Claus letters I II price.nccordinfir to n letter sent to Senator I' sldi-r'ibly bruised. ami shaken up, hut
received your letter of Oct. 25th 4j > to the Telegraph for publication '. I, Fletcher of Florida by Charles J. is now able to bo out again Young
j was sure glad to hear from you. I'': were doubtless disappointed in'< Brand, chief of the bureau of marketsof I'revntt was riding a bicycle and was
|ik we will soon have peace as the'' not receiving an invitation to do the United States. department of rounding\ the corner coming south an
Lung has stopped already. 1 hope so this year, but on account of f agriculture, in reply to un inquiry on the nutomobilo swung around going
I believe I'll be home for Christmas the rules of the War Industries the ,part of the senior semitor from I i toward the depot. The boy seems to
hot before. I am feeling good and 'S> Board we weir not allowed to use : 1.101'11111.11'; Brand states that muchof I i have cut the corner and Mr. Roberts l
I so heavy that I can't find scales in 4 b paper for anything but our rE'ItUci the nitrates. which tho government I, seeing this turned quickly to the left
Ince large enough for me to weigh 4I ) far number of pages We gave up '* hud acquired for War purposes will be I to avoid n collision. The boy turned i
:My work is easy, as I work in the :, '4?> the idea of issuing our usual spe- then which is all inside work. I > cial Christmas edition and did not production. I t then' the accident was inevitable, t
tying myself for I have a am'f> call fop the Santa Claus letters I \ ( .---- I
hnany of boys and we have plenty 4 S, as we thought our space would! be lSl I I NOT Ol'K LKOXARD::: SVPP this week.:
fan. I have learned to cook since 4i ?' limited. The ruling regarding ( Airs Herbert Priester and children
been in the kitchen. I'll make 4he S> special editions was rescinded by 'I Leonard L. Sapp. of Lnwtey, is' sojourning left Tuesday morning for Georgia: to e
!girl a good cook. I can now boil '* the/War Industries Hoard a short 's I temporarily in Jacksonville, spend, the Christmas; holidays\ with rel- ,
tor without scorching it. Don't be '9> while ago, but it was then too late 4' I, nod has been somewhat t'mhurusHpd IItlv..... .
ppointed if I'm not home by 4*> to begin work on the number.i |'i I by the fact that n man of his name way J. K. Chastiiin bus a very sick baby I'(:
-fmtnias, but anyhow I wish you a ] 4* However, though newsprint* recently mixed' up in n jnil delivery in nt this writing
|rry Christmas and a Happy New 4 S> will probably remain at its high 4 I that city. When the news story told l Mrs. p. M. Padgett visited Jn kson. *
r. "? level for years to come, the need of Leonard Sapp's port in the jail delivery villa Saturday i
I *> of conserving paper will not be so *ft I a good I many of Leonard's acquaintances :\1 rll. Jim i'rkdter left for Georgia, '
Somewhere in France, 4?, acute and we will hereafter issue >iv i were .ntnrt'ed' : to think that Tuesday morning. t '
Nov. 21, 1918. "' our regular holiday edition and <* he hail "(rone wrong.' :Mr. Supp was Max: Wilson) visited Oeula" Sunday, t
:i.!.1v II. Pinholster, I I',i> allow our little readers the privilege l Brooker, Fla. '6 c] of seeing their letters in .* | that this; i iu case of mistaken; Mr. Richards. who has been in tho ,
Jjtoii Grandma:-I haven't writtenyou 0 print. I I identity. i employ of the Lake Butler Drug Co.,
f for some time, so guess I had 0 }' -- .. I has returned, to his home.
tel !get busy and let you know thatm 4 4,4 4 4 e) . b4 . 44 44 I I I D. W. lloriim visited Piilatka Fri-

,till getting along O. K. I supte'vou - ..- I ) ciny.Mrs.; n''
know the armistice has been i I' W. A. Doklo) is an influenza
Irneil and the war is all over-all but ._- I PII-
ihouting. I hope we will be go- o / i iI I I ; i r rd tient.Miss: Winnie Townsend is. visiting
home sometime about the first of 1:. ., iitJt. I( I, her, parent. Mr. and :Mrs.[ J. W. Town-
year or by the Fourth of July anyfev .. |1 I M'll'l. r.
I Hire will be glad to see thatv L. A. R.iwls filled I his regular
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| mie 1/' i ; nt Lnwtey Sunday
|I v it,. you to cook all the good | Miss Ada Register. is. spending the
Ipilt m can think of because I know ; ,, holidays with homcfolks.
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Inn going to be hungry for some I Curl, and Emmett: : Wilson have rolunii'd ,
Inn oking. I just wish I could be j] ' .JI1') I to their homo In Went "Florida.- '
Ln, 'low.. I know you are having lots ; ( !uv Wilson nlso returned to his home j
I 1 g'n'<' things to eat.II [ I : ::'/ in Lakeland.Mildred .

I think the last time I heard from ": Roberts visited. her" grnmlimrents -
iu' you were all sick. Hope you are EiJ EiJPRIVATE / :Mr. and 1 Airs, T. II. Rimes; at t
II I 11',1''' now. I have been sick but am ,I .. Woithingtnn Saturday and d
Sunday.
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1. K now except for a little cold I ;.f''' : : ,..,.,1. Mrs. (!. W. S. Ware i.s visiting her "1
[i'nk I had the Flu sometime ago./ Ilul .. {. : f daughter, Mr.Ma.: 'k Overntreet this I
,nmething alright: and was sick \' UIM'k.
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( ough, to have had Flu or almost any. '""il" "' I :: tlft 'r J. 1.:. Moines, Jr., is. upending. the
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: '" holidays with his parents Dr.) and
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I I ir..' t know anything to write. You I,; I ,1t". \, ," 1 I.; -a.'. \; 1r'H. f. M.: Maines.

tnov W' .ii-'-lose much for about this time.the news as I do. "''J; ',.i.,;! :: ; ; : ..... I' ":, .., \ t 11'fks.!' Stevens is. on the sick list this

CARL WARD, : a' .,_.':., ; Sum Singer in sufTerh.g from at-
u i', I Ith; Engineers ( Ry) Am. E. F fftf'Lt.. Intl'lI'n7.lI.' un
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Thi following letter from Jess W. ', " ..- ",' ; KNSICJN:: :: J.LV.lII
'illard written to his mother of Uncle Sum's navy boys, HPin from his illness .
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iho lies was near Starke. Private Wil- ALBERT H. WARE i 'I a former Vturke boy und u brother Dr.) J. M. Mnnn made a professionalvisit .
iird! was in the hospital the time he Field Hospital No. 6, American Expeditionary -' : : of Mrr Errol: \ Alvaret. to Brooker Monday afternoon. 1
Forces. l The influenza has taken a fresh! f r
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LAKE start and several people in Lake But. .
hell wound: i BUTLER:
I Will try and answer your letter I i, is my battery commander. I will hi j ji 1!I ler are suffering from this dreaded fIn ;;
fuceived a few days ago. I am hack:i I It glad when they get this trouble settled Lake Butler, DeL 27.-Miss Bertu disease there being twelve new cases
t>n duty again: and feeling fine. The ''so j we can go home. If I keep up my ,, Green is at home for the holidays. Lake Butler this I week. i
unr is over now and the next thing is health, which I hope I will I will he \ I Joe Dowling, Jr., of New River, was The Luke Butler High School has
getting! back to the U. S. A. I am 'home some time in 1919. There Isn'tl!l in town Monday closed for the Christmas. holidays., r
rind I got six months over-seas duty I' as much influenza here as there is in i j Jesse howling', of near Rniford, was A. K. Proctor visited Sapp Tuesday
my way, though: we have had some 1 the States from what sister wrote. I in town Monday. Mrs! B, P. Wilson and ,daughter: )
hard times like the rest. We have lost ;I I will have to close. Mr. Sh, lar. of Providence, was a Mrs. Clarence Johnson, motored over
'overnl of our men. sick, wounded and! : I culler in our town Saturday. to Starke Saturday.
iillcd.! My best friend and. pal was The following letter from U. L. MrH. K. Roberts, of Guilford, was Mrs Albert Friday has returned, to
killed. lie was the mess sergeant of Whitten, Medical Corps, now station.eci greeting friends' in town Monday. home In Brooksville.
our company. We were standing under in England was given: the Telegraph / Colonel Weeks and son, Uob, Mrs Ben Dukes and son. D/'wy. of Five I'I'hC'r
our kitchen when he was killed for publication : < J. M. Brownlee and sister, Mrs.llrownlee Mile, were In town Tues,IIIY.Charll'Y .
and the shell that ant him is the one Your nice little letter came this :Sirs J. 1'. Tomlirmon and in Christmas J
Savage upending

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US morning, was so glad to hear from yon i'I son Knight Newer with his family. 11
> I., ol"un hour with i iix. and home. I hrliove I wrote mother Wninwright!: sear Amlreu[' DeWitt
eight and thirteen Inch shells Theme i and Warren that I had been down withclithrria. \ C. JOIIPM, A. S. Crews und others of Mildred Roberts I is spending, the holidays
that got me burst about 10 feet }but how little! did I know ( i Starke atti'iiclcd the funeral of Mrs.KpperKon . with her grandparents, !Mr. and,
rom the ground, right over my kitchen thit] I would have relapse.. however : here :Monday ulternoon.Mr !Airs Rimes, of Worthington I
and, the flying pieces of shell fell like ruin 01\\ 'around me, tearing my ego' I away for a week or ten days real Tuesday.Mrs. to Jacksonville. last week.
citchi'ii tent to pieces. One piece kill-i soon for a rest. I hnve written to Earl , / : Clarence Johnson returned to Clyde" LondholU) is. sick with the flu '
oil,I my friend and throe pieces hit my i and Walter but have not heard a word I her horn Monday this I week
clothe. one cutting a hole in my cap, i from them. The army in. France i h :Hiss. Vergiu Thomas I is visiting her Harvey Vnrnes was. a visitor to
another through my sleeve and another 'moving so much that I suppose they sister 1 :\IrK. John Mott, this. week.MIHS town 'fiiPHflny.Mr. .
through: my shoe. I was frying, I have some trouble! in keeping up with I : : : Flora Supp Jiun returned home
teak at the time and one piece went 'the mail. : :: : : after pleasant visit at the home of and Mrs. I E. H. Hayes motoredover

through my frying pan, spillmfr all my I am very glad peace ;is so near at Kev. and :Mrs. Proctor. to Worthington Tuesday.
l'rpase. The concussion threw me to 1 hnnd. I trust this!! will end wars for- I :Mifrcus. Dckle is spending the holidays Mrs. :Max Wilson is ill at the homeof
the ground: injuring my back. 'ever. On the battlefields that is plenty:\ [ with his. parents at "'ivelih.: .. Mrs. II. P. Wilson.
It was the second of November when '<>f excitement, but none of it pleasant. I c $ i ;Mrs. Klondes ii' convalescent after :Miss :Mae :Me Kinney I is spending" the
we were shelled\ und I will never forget 'The wholesale, murder of men U beyond ,I several days'. sickness. Christmas' holidays with :M. L. McKin-
't. I was in the hospital on my birth'n.v : me. I don't know when we will I ', :\11'. and Mrs Muck Overstrec-t have hey and, furnily.Mr. .
. I must close. I going, to be sent hack home I I been
am or when they will suffering from influenza. and :Mrs :Mink' Douglass. and
erdiu, this afternoon. i begin. It will take I i i| V'ermun
ii a long time to get Edwards! of Alachua, made ;Mrs llc-nry Pinkhton, Worthington.
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i all the men and material baCk, per : a business trip to Lake Butler Monday to Luke Butler Tuesday
motored over
.f I B. Thomas 'I
of Brooker sends the 1 1ill. haps another year. However I must ; .
., 'v ing letter to the Telegraph. It ny I am ready to get on my way any- !! Johnny and Truman Kim..H were visiting Benjamin I'. Wilson
la written November 2... by his son, 'time. \ : their MI..ter11'11.. : A. C. Strickland Dr. Benjamin .P. Wilson departedthis
:" Mick R. Thomas, Battery A, 316 In a way I like England very much (. Vnhirlnv life nt his home in Lake Butler on
raid l Artillery, Franco. and in one way have had the time of '' l ('Claude' AHkins in visiting his par I the 17th day of December, lH8.! De- .
'e.ir, Father: my young: life hut I have paid very i, i : : I E'ntM.11': and Mrs. Henry Adkins.Airs. reused haul been sick for many weeks
T' dear for it and the whole and all was done for his. recovery that
day K Fathers Day and every boy trip, including i i Max Wilson hats returned fromn
''I 1 th, A. F.. F. has been asked to write my experience in England: and, i iI I : t visit. to her sister, Mrs. Buck Warren loving hands could do. still God; inIIU
'1'< i t. father a letter. I am getting: France will ever serve me as a memory I I i': !. at Dukes. wisdom, claimed him.
'. >ur tine and I hope you all are well. pleasant and unpleasant to the 1 : Rev. S. S. Proctor visited friends nt Dr. Wilson was born in Mississippi,
i.1, '-pool, England was the first very end. England is a beautiful conn- I! I: Worthington: Springs Thursday. night on the JMnl: day of February, 1 IH.'iO.: f) Htirruiluiited >
la" v landed over-sea. Believe\ me try but such nn awful climate. The I( : : going from there to Island drove to from a medical college i'l
w.i" .IIr" glad to see land after seven people live differently than we do in'!' : attend the Central Association. New Orleans, La., and practiced hia J
I! water. We stayed at Liverpool Florida. They have no wooden homes I The bazaar given by the Methodixt I profession in Arkansas for pverlll'f'lIr8
v"" 'liiy. and two nights, then we went .re-all are either brick or stone, i :Missionary society was in every way but on account of the health of
>wn Southhampton, where we stnyI built! very cozy on account of the cli- a success, many beautiful things being his family he came to I Fl$ndi in IKStt
I another> two days and nights.! We mate which 13 moist and wet. It is imnosThle on exhibition. and settled at lCe.I.I'k.lnrion, county .
''*n crossed the English Channel to ; to !see your hand before your Miss Gracie Fogg Visited. friends. in where he lived and practiced medicine .
ranee. From there we rode for two face in midday when the fogs predom town this week, leaving :Monday morn- for twenty-live years.! He came
ys and nights when we arrived at inate. When the sun does shine, which I( ng for Graham where? she will spend to Lake Butler in 1911, opening} up a
'1 artillery camp. It-was full of sol- is n rarity, the vast green hills\ andvalleys I t the holidays with her brother. tine drug business.

pre and we were sent to a small pm beautiful. \ Hubert' Bennett, of Johnstown, was Dr. Wilson was highly respected by
''wn by the name of Nodes. We stop- I like France and like to look at the ,' In town Monday. all who knew him. lie was a man of
"d there until two weeks ago. We rural districts. The long straight I Carl Alderman is at home for the sterling integrity, sincere In his convictions .
TO In a town now by the name of St. I I I'm roads with a row of trees on either I f holidays.Mr. !! and, his heart was always r
and it is a lively little place. II j side certainly make wonderful drives. I, Williams! is a guest of D. W. open to the call of charity or the cry
"nt know how long I will be here; I I Belgium is a continual pond that is, Borum and family. of misfortune.. The writer feels that t
e never know how long we will he in ;, the part I lived in so long and I could I I Mrs. J. W. Townsend and children, if everyone. for whom ho has. performed
HP place. I haven't met any of the nee very little beauty about it. To me suffering from influenza. some kindly deed should bring a
"nw boys that crossed ahead of me there Is no place like the U. S. A. I I Ii Miss. :Margaret Loughtery: In an influenza floral offering to his grnvte he would
n1I would like to meet up with John i i By the time you get this it will be I i'! pntient at the home of J. W sleep. today beneath an avalanche of
egInethe and Harvey Warren. that 1 Christmas. I am not like Walter about I .1I : Townsend. I floweri.
infantry and I ,, I
why we haven't met. suppose having Christmas dinner at home, I The town and community were His remains were laid: to rest in the
only wish I ,
We haven't had could. Food is very scare I j \I shocked! to hear that Grandma Kpper !Deklc cemetery nt Lake Butler to
snow but in this
any
re having some cold weather.yet I we country but we seem to got | ,. had! departed this life and passed await that beautiful resurrected life
fanning it fine, as we have plenty am of over along here somehow.Is The way they cook' \ I the Great Beyond at the home of' when this mortal shall put on immortality
t''tlfJLtlw.ear and plenty of blankets home. To have quite unlike the way at I I \ ;1',', son, W. J. Epperson, in Starke. and this 'body that was sown a
warm you all cook a meal ,, remains were brought: to Lak body of weakness, shall\ come forth a
I-p am i" the for
st divisionIt ie known as the Wild me would be worth much. i Monday and laid to rest in the body of power like unto that of the

t pi vision and we all wear a red cat The I| ( f I cemetery that afternoon, Rev. :Master.
our Ipft sleeve. Our commanding Ellsworth following letter is from Corporal ,' :i. S. Proctor conducting the funeral Come pleasing. rest, O, peaceful slum.
(er : Harper son of Mr. :! The '
3rMajof General Charles H.: many Lake Butler her full,
and Mrs.
J.
.lley.; am in the 15fith Artillery\ who has E. Harper, of Lake Butler, : : of the family extent] theirympathy Seal mine that once must seal tho eyes
Brigade, comamnrf by Brigadier seen fifteen months service in to the bereaved ones.. of all;
e eral Andrew Moses. The 316th Artillery Europe as U.a gunner S.' in Battery F, 63rd! ,; }lr. and Mrs Bob Green attended Calm end, serene, my soul its: Journey
gJment is commanded by Colonel Army. The letter was: association at Inland Grove Sun- takes
written since the 'I
eeder. Captain James C. Patterson armistice and shows'that :No': guilt that troubles; no heart that rschee
young Harper's good fortune foU ;i( Aubrey Duncan is on the lick list .






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I EMPLOYERS WIIO HAVE ;MEN IN .\1\1 F.HlCS( It
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courses Husbandry-in Animal, Citrus Husbandry Culture, Poultry and- THE HOLY LAND I TilElon' 1, CUI'IIEHLI Copenhagenforces' :\ ,.

i Press Comment. ] Tractors. The results of the latest i In- will tl"O',,,
[ Destinations in the subjects willpresented. be 1 1I The following letter from the U. S. as exercising, ,
work will be Department of Labor to County AgentC.
The entirely
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L). Gunn regarding the discharge!
No tuition will be charge
i? Hush little drug store, practical.Hoard and) room will be furnished fLOJ a men from the service who are needed! Zeituritf American, of lJ!, i.
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; Don't you cry; $ ( day. Those interest. in Miruiu.3! employments or on the :: .
per effect has
I:1y r You'll be dram shop be of interest to our read- I In
u should write to the College of Agncituru farms will Gerl11l1 tiS. Tru
; Bye nnd bye. at Gainesville at once for infor-I 'i's ;: :Mannheim I
: i Tampa Tribun nation. Only a limited" number "f Tin,'rt- hus been organized Labor in Board your The reason f.. .

people can be accomodatcd.HON. (ininty a Community of the allic-
"I hear whiskey is not to be sold in whose duty has been to assist the Gov- i
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state except by .druggists" ','mnrtit, In securing labor for Gov"I'nment -
( your ( J. HAMPTON JO'liJGI'TS: ::\ : :' of
t "Uh, huh-now watch whiskey be-' FA\'ORAKLK; ; MENTION contracts and l also to protect a pn-"
Come a drug on the market."-Time I J.I industries Since the Armistice Frenchmen.

t J1 nlon.' I The Florida Times-Union, of Dt.,.. luih, bi-i'n signed and the army is beingdomoliiliged No Worm ,
the work of the Labor : o
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3rd. has the following to '
b "Why does the chaplain. pray for the )lion( J. Hampton Jones, represcntau say, ,",' liourii: will be much greater than it haw All children tr, .
in the allery and I want to ask healthy color whiriilo.thoro '
little
senate ? the girl I from Nassau county: bei-n in the past Is ,
e, I t 1 i ti asked her mother. "lie doesn't," waot your> cti-operntion !i" order that wo! GI of Na
I i the reply "lie looks at the senate Rnd I "Hon. J. Hampton Jones, >- 1 may secure the best results. fur two or three '
1 rays for the country."-Tampa nau county, is another member ) I
the House whose characteristics ar., who Ionic I to tl
f,4ti Lunc. Trl'l ; ("Mi, |P'oYI'I'R' will request their men
f1 ,,'
z 1 ) noteworthy. If all the other membewere ; .ur in ilutamps to ink for their 01.- ; of the mind :Mr. Junco it. Ill perfect hcultl
same as
; l Under the new automobile law told h.UKI'tatinfj thut their former Pc.
i I high powered engine rigged.) up t In I III' would have been easy for of tho the "xtra .1 t ion i :. arc open to them und that if
have matter -
session to disposed
y''+ af a frame by some boys ami carryir before them und I"ft (heir men, agree toll'l'ept their foiim" "i-
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\ two only will pay more slut.liwri,II) coming up f 1""lti'lII" they will be discharged 'r
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here I by, the middle of this week a i litany
tax than a twelve passenger, six ''iom' the army promptly Vxc-i'.it" n'
? P :" t, Tribune. rat". He 1 Is alert always, on tl ,! where it might ,ff>" .: /
wheel jitney bus.-Tampa I"'cilll' i.ISPS : <
job, and. seldom on his! feet. Whc 1 ( -. a J
orirunlyntlon of some Ciimpinr ;"
t }h" does feel called upon to rise 1 hr. wt.thLt'ki 1I I t r' r
A )letter reached the Herald cditnr in minu .' [ 9' ranch of service ?
his
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one
if t rd ;:II. : last week written by a young lad, ;! : or disposes less and sits down." I 11' you and! the Local Labor Homil v :.
the diF'rent
requesting tho publication of an nrtl'l will get( together, find out t"IIa'
os'+., ,t i cle entitled "Where art the feeble" farmers in your section who hn- ,
'f I minded, in Florida." Some of them nre A CHRISTMAS\ srGGESTIONAs : men in the camps that need these men 4r

now at Tallahassee.-St. Cloud Herald I on the farm and ask these farmers to, E { PE
_ii : 1 ----- I you make your plans for the coning I give you a written request for th- i 1',
) v a Senator Hughlett wants Florid holiday. season will you not n" turn I of thuir help we will use our
+ ,t hundreds of little orphan .
the
member ,
? 1 drug stores to be' allowed to sell whi- offices to secure their prompt i
.y s f> ,. key on physician's, prescriptions. We children of our own state; rememb' I li'iiHc The U. S. Employment: Servo e r jy
sf 11 the dru lillt.Voul.1. also !b>e that money you might spend. on gaud : has n representative in every camp
) ti suppose( \ for snak tinsel anil' ,1 useless gifts( would help 1 tn : A the and if will end
ti t allowed to administer liquor i THE GRAND MUFTI, HEAD OF THE MOHAMMEDAN CHURCH ( i; in country you
r bite, in which case the average dru I It feed hungry little babies.If WHITE TURBAN), ARRIVES AT AMERICAN RED CROSS HEADQUARTERS a copy of the' request| to us here and
store' would find it would pay( to keep, you have children. of your own I TO TAKE PART IN THE FORMAL INAUGURATION OF I the[ original direct to the man you Learn to Look ( g
a snake.-Ocala Star. I teach them that it is more blessed (to'' want released, I feel sure that the hI'
I Somebody
recl'iveVhen hanlC THE WORK IN PALESTINE I his discharge! '
him
t. give than to you Army will give people learn ti.
raising a fund! of your holly wreaths und deck yoif'hristmns at once.! Your co-operation in thi1- k
The sulfpi'sts are thcmsc-l' then.
a L{+} fifty thousand. dollars to get( that one i trees think of the many del TO INCREASE RELIEF WORK IN PALE I I matter will be very much appreciatedindeed. ickri<>8s. :Most i Ih
( Gosh date homes where children's sto'kinlCMwill .
vote they need in the senate. gin in some mmoi,
r ; but we would hute to bu the senate not be filled I If you know of any industries or that is properly) ,.. s ,
{ for Children's Home Society of'' farmers who are in need of help, we s
who changes his vote any reasonow. I The Red and ions disease mn
P .-Tampa Tribune. And this in the, Florida is malting an appeal for jU'4t I Cross Commissioner Reports Starvation will be very glad to furnish them with particularly! true' i iroubles. r

Z di '. \ face of the claim thut the women wan such 'hihlren-"Le"t we forget..' If IL I came whenever possible.WALTER [ Take Cn
; rl4 t the ballot in order to purify politics.. rugged, hungry little waif toddled. up Suffering in Holy Land. I ,t. )DOrsON". I Remedy" and give,< ?a

1v; : , tt I 1 Manatee River Journal. to your door pleading for something tat Federal. Director (!I ion it deserve /IIto
? ? you would not think of turning i iuvuy I It ; 'i : avoid some of tl

; r One reason why acre from soldiers / without help. How much less I i is Aruieuliins! and about Damascus and I Colds Cause;; Grip and Influenza cases; that afflict, .", p p'dy

J ,+ (I ", in France have arriving your responsibility if that child wit than three thouxnnd In the llau LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: Tablet remove the e? has been in us> rtr
'I recently, is believed to be due to the iimdrodtt of others is under the carf eau.... There In only one "Bromo Quinine and its value fully uh
fact that one of the big post office > the Children's Home Society? 1s 1 Iti. district, the cable asserts! I !. W. GROVF'S .'liPi>fii-<. nn hmr Wo." "
n r whore the mail was held to be sorted, your m"nl'YIn.1. your neighbor1" 1..>r. Flnley nays the American Red

i was blown up by the enemy( bhortl: money that will care for these babie': workers have been doing every I
+ before hostilities ceased and thousands lire for them until they are placed i In I I ( potiMlhle to relieve this distress,
A. '. of soldiers' leters were destroy cal homes of their homo. The SUKjrestion adds. that greatly Increased hell''

4! 't cd.-Orlando Reporter-Star. comes that we give a LibertHoml .. vnme! at once. lie requires two u, t..wl i :
( -a $50 or $100) one-or as many, hospital| units Immediately. See

( ; Now that the war is over, the coup- \War Savings Stamps ns we can spanThen Allentiy, has:' cabled the ISrltlsli )

"i. try is going to see how exten..ively!; I'' let's bond a baby. :; ollU-e to approve this plan. \ :' These

the patriotic fervor has "struck In.,' Put the Children's Home Society on I Dr. Klnley Journeyed on foot fromteershebu 7( Z'Engine
;
'sv 1 Te\" There are people who will weep will 1 your Christmas list Or why not nc- to l Dan In the wake of the ;

%aW .4 11 emotion nt the thought of u rend opt a glorious gift from them ofiweet t a ( lirliUh forces, and.) at the Si Features

,( ? .; orphan who doesn't care u hung w'ho'9y I little baby, laughing, wholesomind of sending the cable had Just com
f'' becomes of homeless little children iiFlorida. 1 clean-of parents good but unfor .
low.
and
of the Palestine 1. Fairbanks-
Patriotism, like charity, unate.; Catch the true Christ.masspirit a tour I 4[+
*. ,
Syria, passing through :Nazareth;
should home.Miami :Metropolis. Morse
begin at
f j .. Sldon, Haifa and Del! I it 1 0 .
'Spirit! of happiness, spirit of mirth. lyre, I
,,4 : 1 spirit of love for Ihji, children of earth'" : reaching thu latter place two days 2. Economical and
first
their! Its occupation by'th British In
Toduy the Germans; despite I fuel 'os and
v wailing are the same Germans who M2,272,112,000! VALUE!( (OF I low
+ c't war possible and who, for I NATION'S)( CROPS THIS 1 EA1( "America should be the first to help j 3. Simplicin ip seep

mailer ears, sanctioned every scheme* the rehabilitation of the Holy Land I 1 and staunch

of their masters. The world is not go-I Washington, Dec. 11.-With a total I 1 Urent Britain and our Allies durability

f S ing to starve Germany, but the work! value of $12,272,412,000) the nation' redeemed," deck -es Dr. Flnley 4. Lightweight,
is going to make Germany pay and I It principal farm crops this year wer, first medium of help should be 1 Substantial,

whines and entreaties will carry nor < worth more, based on prices paid to American" Hed Cross, which makes Assured Fool proof.
r r conviction and win no sympathy. farmers December 1 than in any yea \ distinction! ns to race, creed or col. JQ uality 5. Gun barrel

vt Cleveland Plain Dealer I in the history of American agriculture Under the trusteeship of those who Cylinder
December crop estimates today of thi this sacred land which Is Bore.

The greatest tax-dodgers in Florida lepartment of agriculture showed that cradle of three [ :'eo t religions, the 6. Leak.proof
t are some of the counties which try t.o( his year's total exceeds that of the< Compression.
world Is now given the oppor standards
r ) shirk their part of the state taxes. Bu. brmer record' ) year, 1917, by (514,380( Ideals Fairbanks-Morse 7. Compli'it
in spite of this fact the legislature 00. There also was a marked Increase of Illustrating! Its highest throughout this famous "Z" with Built in

\ has abolished, the State Tax Commission in acreage, the 355,893,722: total ex I humanity. Magneto
e which was the only existingauthority riling that of lust year by 10,700,00)) I Iacres. Engine, for which 150,000 8. More thanpractical

I' i to regulate taxation as between I I CANTEEN AT FRONT FOR farmers have paid Rated Power
'
\,, counties, instead of extending These crop figures! were looked uporkrithsati.sfaction 3 and 6II. P.
t I its powers HO as to enable it to tully I by officials- show I I I $10,000,000.
: I perform the duties for which it was that the nation will be in ever i Use Kerosene
1 ng I Iu AMERICAN "BIRD MEN"American
created. As it was, the State Tax Commission :
AlwDnti "t
'
if{ better position to fulfill its pledge I< : :
I I saved the taxpayers of Flor' Service was proved before -Coal. Oi'Tcp
r '", 11 I. ida many thousands of dollars moretikWe' of: twenty next million tons than of had foodstuffs been to' :) II ;:0at< ::
1' I Europe year ex ,
than it cost the state.-Arcadia En- j flying men In France are all this money was paid-a The IK II. P
ected. '
attention from the gasolmeonlTl
recel\e special
terprise. I It
record.
k, ;< Most of the crops are larger thanthe .. ' lied Cross us the result of u I doubly convincing >. s."... You

: t Tell you what, those scions up at I five-year average and some of I "" for such service that has been I Gel From li''
Tallahassee! know how to dent! John : lem' established records, particularly ,' \' from General Patrick, Chief We have,'< 'he

.t Jtarleycorn u crushing blow. They are pring wheat, barley, rye and tobacco,, I the Air Service.: Because of the I tvpe need 'Z"n. tIf :

t passing legislation that intoxicatingliquors Corn, however, fell below the" fiveear ) ) <'''''"Mlty of keeping) aviators over .limn'L

J.. planes.. may No not more be transported will! the honest In air- : ,).tI' I Ithe average.crop at Today's l/itl.JR4.000(! : estimates bushels plaeI less- .1 ,' )"
u: Cracker be permitted I ns has been his thlln forecast in November, with a I ... \ ,' hill".'lals of the aviation branch of I service
totlll l of 2r>$-!.HIInllll( bushels That STARKE FLA.
custom, to hie Vimsclf to his barn at I service have long felt they should ,
dewy morn hook up his trusty airplane : i" almost half n billion bushels lessinn opportunities'
l }, 1 y last year's record \\' more comforts! nnd
\ the crop.
and glide away through: ro"yl
: '
provided by
than
relaxation are
G clouds to Tampa to get( his quart. Asj The wheat crop is larger than the 'W'A t -
most liquor consumed in the state is' ve-ycnr average; and(| almost 300-) I Iooo.oon .> ordinary. canteen.la - ---
I transported in airplanes, this measure I bushels larger than last year'sop. 1 compliance with the request the _--,
I i. l k. will I be the final knockout to the traffic. ' but it is more than 100,000.000) ) i '. Crows U establishing !special com
t' : I O. ye Solomonic Solons!-Lake I \ishels< smaller thnn the record crop' mess und. recreation canteens

J t land Telegram. of 1915. I ./ all points In France where" our avl-

Almost! all of the crops were worthore either students or ollloers are
f President Johnson voted I againstthe this year than in any previous i ,.. Extra comforts and atten
bill authorizing sheriffs to destroy )'ear because of the high prices paid will be provided for our "bird.
that taken .. these canteens.. They will be
i any und all liquors are to producers. Corn's value was more ( at
I from lawbreakers president Johnson than three and one-half billion dollars I .... over by American women of

; saul, that every lawyer on the Moor of wheat almost two billings, hay and .. l'nce and chejrful: personality
4 the Senate knew the bill to be unconstitutional. (tton more" than a billion and onehnlf )""... chief duty win be to create us
If the lawyers' were afraid and oats more than a billion. home atmosphere as possible... In THE UNIVERSAL CAR

of this bill why didn't.. they say so? Forecasts of production' of the .. i-lrcuinstuiK-es.
Why did they shirk their duty? We eiplII crops have been made from The American Ked. Cross U to have

send luwers to Tallahassee because we mnnth to month throughout the. lI"a- charge of these aviation canteens.
1 have confidence in their learning and "on and preliminary estimates already .

Jti we expect them to represent the hav. been announced for most crops.eddy's What the Ford car is among motor cars, the
ple at home fairly.! Stokes pl'O-1 report, however makes final ASK THE SOLDIERS.That far ahead.
Ford truck is motor trucks --
/ speech attacking Supreme Court '' timntes of production. They follow: among
1 certain shortcomings und he ought to Winter wheat 858,449,000; f bushels! : the sol.llern, Bailors and ma of all others in practical saving service. The

I be able to tell us why he would votefor I' Oats 15JR.3JOno.: ; .... are deeply appreciative of the! Ford truck embodies those desirable Ford merits ,
i bill that he knew would hold I If
f" a not Soring wheat :3.-*.fi31,000. ...- service of the Ami-rlcnn Red, strength

f water.-Apuluchola,Times._ Barley 2..rt,375,000.; : ...... (Is ghee amp!'i"" evidence many ...simplicity and

I II Rye R.IO.Ono.HlIl'kwhl'at! :) ; .... every .hl) The keynote of their Best with assured economy jn opera
I It seems the newspapers are to bethe 17.1 R2.noo..
best expressed
\ |>n'rlntlon I Ix> perhaps maintenance. No l hu"I I
last to get relief from war prices' Flnxseed 11.fi57.000.; the I post cards! which they seed. to tion and I
This week purchased another ton Truck small that.
wo Rice 40.J24.000.: "folks hick tiomt when en route\ ness too large: nor so
of news print and paid $1 ,per hundred Irish, potatoes 3)7.fljflnnn.! pounds more for same thin: at anytime Sweet potatoes R.:1.1,000): 1 points at random. the follow- in the a Fora truck Its
r t during the past While the pl.-keil up utility to it
years Hay itame I 75.19.110'tonl1.; and money-making
J was on the members of the Press[ .1s-I I hay (Ia11d1| ) 14.M7IWO.Tob.iiv. :! [ sentiments were" taken "apeak Market universal in business.in .
sociation of Florida agreed" to \ ,, ?, 1MJ.OI9.000 I:! pound, : sugar !: I themselves : value is
no raise in advertising rate until the I I 1>rl'ts.q .'.tHIII; ( tons. "Kt-.l (C'ros are acre treating UB city, town village and on the
'f conflict was over. It. j.s over and it is ]I Beet ; en routf." without bodY
sugar 1,1$0.200,000) pound; It happy farm and the price only $550
now up to newspapers to do something ;,' "IU-.1 Cross are sure making
mnpll" sugar: and Place
: syrup (ns sugar) is big.
t that will enable them to Survive the .517.SOO: pounds needii.-,; u". f.o.b. Detroit. The demand
: beet
sugnr "" .
reconstruction period.! WP had h-ipi-il Red l Crnssin everything
"Support
q j :IR I.OOOpounds. ; sorghum syrup 29.-> order without delay.
that prices would go down, but instead 1.000 gallons "For Oml's sake never say "No:; to'
beans
1s ;' ; six\ states 17.3.000 .- '
""
least 20 cent has been added wonderful.
i { at per '' ,: : bushels! ; p.-unuts 53,497,000; > Red Cross. They're
l to all lines of paper stock from print' knt1n (six states) rrt.39t.000j: ! ; 1 broom'' "Lonir live the Red| Crons."" t

M down to visiting cards since the armistice .orn (five, states) r. .OOO) tons: onions' "The ICed Cross are angels to us the GARAGEA.
).i signed!. Itartow Record. FORD
was -
I
,
urteen states! ) 13.n8.200:! : bushels: they treat us.
F I' .".I'bnge' (nine states) 5ti.-i.200; ton.;; "Canteen service 100 per cent. Inoledo

Training is as necessary! for the "ps! ( four stator! ) 20.191.000) poundi, : ) ; fifteen carloads) of us well W. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors .
.. farmer as for the soldier. The college | ....inherries (three states l 450,0001) .. core of.""
>
II
..:....'< of agriculture at to (the illlnl'farmer vile offers to- 1>"rrels: tynlevtotal) I73.rt12.00ajshels I : "lied! Cross serving< roffep.( Oh, they STARKE, FLORIDA I III
an opportunity to']' h ; apples i jl"omnlprcla1'I04) !!! ,- 5<> much for in !"
training that will enable him
I u I dot more efficient and better quqnlitvl I 0011 i> barrels; poaches 4',1*;.tOt) lui's / "[>o all you can "for Ked Cr.un-they --I Ii.

work. From Jan. 7 to 17 the farmer / : pears lO.'iU.OO. l-ifhcls) ; ortlnt ,:. so muct for UK. -;;..;

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE TIIKEHNews

*, _J DECEMBER: 27. 1918. .. ..... ,
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.-. >- -- ---- u Tommy and asked him a questionhe shire*. "We've' planted some dalFydils

I had been asked a score of times before in front" of our trench."

i [ Fun With/ The Soldiers ] thus: "litoumiir optimists!" snorted tho
fi of Florida in Short Paragraphs. "How did I you come to be wounded man from I the north. "''''0'\0 planted
fellow "
my brave ? ueiii iis. Argonaut.,
. ,,,. .
"
I "By a shell, mum, replied the hero.
J
1 A negro Mildier! saw an ollicer come "Dd I : it explode?" queried the lady. Little Dorothy's uncles are both tithe
'I Live State News I by on. a horse. The negro's feet wereiiliKti'rod "Oh no, in u in, it couldn't do that war and she has a great admiration -
, and he was sore and tired! you know," aswcred Tommy, rather for soldiers. The other day In a
I (II li ,11,<:,,,,"'d the ollU'cr "Couldn't let bored'; "it just crept up and bit me." I crowded street cur she was sitting: on
Told by Our Exchanges. mi 'up bchm. could yer?" The offi'i j Ladies Home I Journal.A I 'her mother's lap when a wounded soldier f
!!lit _ <" good! luimoredlv asked) the rellRon'l) entered.\ Dorothy immediately
"
_____ '1 use I toll you, quolh the negro, 1'irglniaenegro applied! for a job slipped, to the door."Hero .
ili'M yore French Kilometers done near' at tho 1 loin-well munitions plant,, A Mold)," she offered/ "you can
at Arcadia willkwd Tuesday afternoon Henry Robinson kill me." I clerk and writing sit mama's "
i'yuition camps \ Robinson II was asking questions on lap. II rp..r'sIalla.:
until at least June I, 1919 colored, shot and killed Joe I I down the negro s answers on n zine.
Infinite policy will be decided : colored, with a shot gun, two miles Hill nil you nay I look like) Nupu-i blank

north of Crystal Itivvr. The latter icon ? I'I "What's your name?" :Met Sir Krnest: Shuckleton! in a grillroom
I wa standing on his front porch quarrelling Scout1 said head! looks like "
"Jake White, sub
when the your n sugar refineries have cut with fired.his The opponent murderer escaped.Guillermo yt Napoleon's; it's, your Bon" 'plll't. I,, "%%')010 do you live, Jake?" rather displeased with a tough steak
a in the distribution of sug.Ida shot was "Valley <>' Virginity, suh. "I nm reminded I," he said, "of a boot
must get its supply from sub secretaryof t :Moses and Aaron were partners in :!I "Citizen of the United States 1""Y.s. maker who said l to one of my fellowson !
Patterson
,.; 'I' business when Aaron called "
suh.
na.eing. of Cuba arrived in Key was up returning from our last expedition
I the state from Washington and land had to go to camp. About u I{ "Over twenty-one years old! ?" "!low' did you like the boots I made
put under government! West :Monday at 7 o'clock the month rater Aaron had departed. hi received "Dut's) what my ma sny." for you ?"
East Coast rail- left by hydroaeroplane : a telegram from !Moses. The "Where do wish remains "
jc Florida morning for Cuba. lie will you your !test I ever tasted, was the reply
acquired $1,050,000 worth of following L telegram read: sent?"
; of being the first
the distinction !
pment enjoy from Key -- : "Business burned out. Got $10,000 Jake leaned over the desk, "How is "What's' that yaller ribbon on your
trip
to
passenger trough insurance. What shall I do?" j ilnt boss?" 'h'lIt11t'lln ?"
West to Cuba the air. OIU'OR.\L WILLIAM A. HENRY I (
tat: train over the Tampa Aaron immediately wired back: i I "Where do you wish your remains "Means I went into Mexico."

t Railway now building to the Charles Gibbons, of Palatka 13: Corporal William A. Henry volunteered "Start another business." '''sent?" "Then what's that green one 1""l'lt'lIn'l
adentown, was run over the of met a horrible death on I for the U. S. army June 20th, One niiinth later Aaron received another i I "I don't want my remains sent no- 1 came out."-i>Sturs and
Thursday. years last Sunday age while at Ft. Pierce on a J I91t, and a few months afterwards telegram from Moses: whar. I'm fixin' to take my remains Stripes, France.
"Business burned out again. Got '
Saturdayand wits sent to serve as a guard on the wid me, and tote ,'nl out o dis place
industry Is. being started !in visit. He had been! hunting the stairs to put Mexican border where he remained it.OOO; insurance. What shall I do ?" now" So Jnko took his hat in hand Fusilier (to inquisitive Scotswomanwho
while ascending
aver City: the gathering of morning the I five months. The company to which! Aaron immediately wired! buck: i and hit tho big road.-Collier's Week- is pointing to badge on his cap)
berries. These berries are up his gun Sunday gun "Keep the home fires burning."-
accidentally discharged, the load !ie belonged was sent to Jacksonville ly. Don't you know what this Is, mum ?
naively by manufacturers of was taking effect in the lad's shoulder inflicting and there mustered out, but inter he Tit-Bits. i Why! that's a turnip, o' course. ,
utical products. a wound which caused his vas called back to duty and sent to I Out at the front two regiments returning Scotswoman wnsna nxin' about "
death after nine hours of suffering. 1 Kissimmee[ and from there to Camp A lanky Virginian darkey presented to the trenches chanced to yer heid!-Cassell'a Saturday Journal. a
B citizens of Tampa are en- I Wheeler. where for a year he assisted himself at one of the registration pre meet. There* was the usual exchanges

proposition to erect an arm- With the demobilizing of men at I I in training drafted men. In October cincts. of wit. Jones--"Ah's put in tie flrd infux'ry. ,a
t auditorium in honor of the Camp Joseph E. Johnston, there is to ,10 sailed for France and is now hclp-; "Are you a natural born citizen of "When'g the bloomin] war goin' to What's yoh nH in ?
diets who went to the war be conducted a sale of equipment. This I I ng in the work of reconstruction the United States ?" asked the regis end?" asked one north-country lad, Bones,-.Ah's in deferred classification <

Blsborough county. is to be a sale of tremendous proportions tra r. I "Dunno," replied one of the snuth- !---CIII.toon8laltazi"e.: .
-- "No, snli, !" responded !lose without
anti! although buyers from big
I shorter and better route be- r- 1 moment's hesitation. '
second-hand shops in the North are a "I was bornin
St, Augustine via --- -- -- - &
aytona and with the Id.'aof Nawth l'llh-liny-Cartuons Maga
now right on the ground ,
w
_e Highway is being construct- buying in a great deal of the material zine."That's. J
Erh to the Flakier] county line Uncle Sam is disposed to give, n .fit ; : f ;

I'! brick pavement ends. the people of Florida an opportunityto how we do things in thearmy : Below Cost Sale of :

St. Johns drainage dis- obtain! what they want of the equip- ," said Tommy, pointing to a ,;
ipper ment to be put on the market. news heading which bore the words:
i* finally been authorized by the "Five Hundred) Germans; Drowned in I I f''
Kent When this project is Shot Gun Shells
put By the decision handed down by c Champagne." "(:Jot nothing to bent
it will Florida's add some'ultivtihleren..JOO.ono airexSto Judge Gibbs, St. Johns county loses its that in the, navy I'll]) bet"l
( suit against the trustees of the Flagler d "Oh, haven't we?" retorted his sailor -
estate for the enforcement of taxes! ef friend.\ "My; lad, that's nothing to Smokeless Shells 93c. box
ihn T Bowen of the American assessed at $5,000.000 against the personal get exciti ,il I about-nothing at all. In .
MS, whose home is in Clearwa- holdings of the estate of the late that last little affair along the Belgian
(been cited by the Serbian gov- II. ;M. Flagler. The court held] that at 'N? 4I coast we sank three Gorman submarines Case of 500 $18.00
for decoration on account ofpk'uou the time of the death of :Mr. Flaglerthe in port!"-Tit-Hits.
work among the Serb- trustees were not residents of St. I+ f Black Powder Shells 79c. box

nded. Johns county. The bill of complaintwas F A DeL.inii resident tells this story: I
dismissed and the costs assessed "Maw: !" stock'i
'. Beusl(. '. the white man wed against the county of St. Johns. "What'.'" All fresh stock. Have larger

to have fired n pistol shot "\\ ho'. Russell Rasco?"

one of the windows of the Oscrloa county is to celebrate the "lie's, une of our gallant: soldiers Than I wish to carry. Don't miss
National Bank has been ad- peace era in a practical way by building who helped knock the helm out of
; insane and tent to the state more good roads and the brick i is \\ilhelm."
for the insane. coming into Kissimmee every day for "Maw"( this bargain.

the stretch of road between Kissimmee "What "

'net were seriously injured andceived and St. Cloud. This road is somewhat "Is the'm'silent in helm ?' "
minor injuries in a O. in the nature of an experiment for the JAMES: K.. THOMASSon "You no to sleep or I'll tell your DeWIIT C. JONES

'A ,Tossing accident when an county let no contract to paving companies of Mr. and !Mrs. W. L. Thomas daddy to tell you the terrible story of ',
struck a truck load of men on but has purchased the brick and the big dam nt Potsdam."
other material and have the n if Storke. Has been serving in France
a- avenue Pensacola. Tay men put construction Starke Florida I
nployed] at the shipyard. i ii under the direction of I.. K. j for five months. It was visiting day at the hospilal.Th. l -
Farmer and his convict road -------- )------ :
!gang -- visitors were mohtly old ladies,

T Tolar. a Tampa bookkeeper | and one nt them stopped at the bed of n __ ___ _
mind had been affected with A man giving his name is J. Cone,
- --- --
of Tampa, was arrested in Fort Pierce
nza and pneumonia, was! pulled "
the river Saturday morning ando Saturday while eating supper in a local 9fltaCttt3nh0 0 0lo0gfG @IDOQt X8nECfmQmKMQJCffl! wC>oiacK ) @$ ) lti01tDgff9ai
the hospital. Whether he fell''' 1 restaurant after Sheriff Jones and 55
|I river jumped in is not known. I I his deputies discovered a big auto
or I I truck loaded with "Four Roses" and New;
- I'I other fancy brands of whiskey and gin. r 4I Greetings For The Year
_ University of Florida Gaines- It; was after dark when the big load
twill be used by the United States I 1 arrived. and when opened at the courthouse .
meat for the education and IJ i ing thirty-seven vases of whiskey in
J of soldiers who have suffereds j I quart bottles and two barrels of pint
in the war. The enrollment i i"e bottles were itemized and placed in I ejf ,ras i

students will probably con- the vault. Cone was placed in jail.
[in January. I From The Bank Of Starke

That J. J. :Mendenhall, charged with
the of
II' largest shipments fish the atrocious murder of two Tampa
mad from New Smyrna west I
women on the west coast road in 1)15!)\ .y
last week when carload of mulq I
[ a -
'! Is planning to ask for a pardon in the I

: unsigned, to" Jacksonville i'>i ;in the tlrn near who arc future in rather has been close heard touch from with those hisinterests. The year 1918 has been the most 1!


: 18.MOO pounds in Imiivl.The of fish. carnPd I life by Judge. :Mendenhall O. K. Reaves was sent, of up Brad-for I prosperous year in the history of I!<

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i entown who heard the case at Clear-
.Jti, Wini'trniir wn instantly kill- wnter. He has been a model prisoner J this Bank. Our resources have r:
H'laniit !>i yond ;Mulberry when i at Ilaiford, the state.,prison farm, Its I y
jjord which. he was driving, turn- !! paid, and is given a great deal of !
Vtl' pinning him beneath it and liberty. The information !is given that been larger than i in any other year

line hit neck He was accompany he has been placed in charge of the ALLK.V W. THOMAS '
his wife, two babies and fath- prison dogs and had been away from i I and the earning for our stockholders :
h o ">eapc<],serious injury. I i the farm in pursuit of other prisonerswho Son of :Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. Thomas,
had tried to take to the woods. He of Starke. Served three months in the I
ihe 'use of the United States I'ov-i Is said) to have turned his strong mind training camp nt Camp Jackson, Columbia has been highly satisfactory. ;
>nl against Re.J.. F. Pickard a [ in the direction of invention while at S. C. Received his discharge
pdiat minister, the jury returned the prison and it is stated that he has Her. 10th and is now at home with We will start the New Year bigger :

JB -erdirt of not guilty He had been able to patent one or two devicesfor his parents. I

charged with an alleged violation use !in connection with wood work ------- and than and
p espionage net it h..inl'lIOi Id made seditious remarks. and likely to return him good money. /
restorer vitality and\ energy by purifying aDd eoilchioit -: determined to give to Starke andBradford
the blood You can wion foci tu Scnogthrnlng -

PKItV OF MKS.: WILLIS' nn offort to locate either the trunk or InvUutatini) Effort. Price Mo. the
largest possi-
THL'NK IT/.XLI.V POLICE. the members of the carnival troupe, : county :
-- but so far without results, .
A. Willis, of;; Atlanta has re- | Mr. and :Mrs.' Willis are now in 1919 AUTO TAX ':: ble measure of service.We .
- to the police department that ,
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Tampa> and anxiously awaiting news

runk>m gi< ,'d features I has deal been! of of stolen'puzzle the affair and to which there the of is initials marked their and missing on the end property.checked with> :Mrs.The Willis'trunk NOW DUE : ;i1;Ii take advantage of this occasion

was from Lake
::hi told the police she went Butler on check No. 478,075. Tags Now Ready for wish friends and and
k. Butler to look for a comfort- ShipmentThe : to our patrons
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placi to '
spend a short time with
" ,ihiinil who' was expected to joinon VICTORY WAR LOAN for Legislature changed. the rates I the public generally a happy and
While at the Edgar hotel i registration of motor vehicles for
ad the acquaintance of three]'I'J :M. E. Clark who I H Field Representative i 1919. ''t
''If a street carnival troupe. 'I for the Treasury Department I, Tax due from persona in the State : : prosperous New Year. It is our

a )tt, Willie Ward and :Mrs advises that anoth..r"ar Loan W days:
11 I. Scott and became quite i is on the way and will likely be announced i RATES wish that 1919 shall be the greatest
r'\' with them.T'et'.mb..r sometime early first part of I :Motorcycles _$ 2.00, ,
10 she went to tackle the New Year. Horsepower A. L. 1;
A. M. A. i in the history of Bradford
ti meet her husband) and on All banks have been requested by In, year
Bmg to Lake Butler found her' the Department for their immediate I Rating

J had been taken away with the i co-operation to help in making this Automobiles, 22 h. p. or less 5.00 I ? county and we are ready to do our
Loan -
|ge belonging to the trio. She'' a success. Committees will he Automobiles
H she was told the hotel urged to wind their work selling I, over 2':! to 27 h. p, 8.00
by up
hag- by Automobiles, : to make it I
over 27 to 35 h. p. 12.00 part so.
: each
man that Scott had ordered all County's quota in one day : Automobiles,
over 35 h. .
pegage taken to the station and instead of the long campaign as here I Automobiles 15.00:
*d to Tampa II tofore. seating 10 or more 100.00
saying he was : Trucks not over 1 ton 10.00 r To those who are seeking ..
I to leave the train The persons
en route and coming issue of Bonds will be ;, Trucks, over 1 ton, not over 2 r
X the baggage man to mail the made quite attractive
for both the tons __
I for the trunk in question to him, I small Trucks 2500 I an additional or new banking con-
ft the general and large investors and as usual !, over 2 tons, not over 4 ,
delivery at Tampa

f tie the woman night registered of the eleventh at the Ward Hills- I TO this!!'."County will "GO OVER TIlE Trucks Heaters tons -over-.4 tons .. 100.00 50.00 lunn, g nection we extend a cordial invita- ;

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hotel M Willie Ward and daugh- Chaufreurs __ ________ :
300 tion take of facili-
I'd I left Thursday having their 'III I't'U.TWI'IC.L.11IIWI: TfR: Hearses casket-u--1 wagons and : to advantage our I
-hecked FAIR AT ORLANDO
tr. Orlando. On in- ambulances operated
by ii
undertakers
J at the union station however, it The h. .. _..._- 10.0o I : ties.
I ascertained that sub-tropical midwinter Ctt
:Mrs Willis' i fair at The law '
applicationworn
1 never reached Tampa though'; Orlando will be held this year Febru- to for each machine an I
relClstt>rt'd. '
Bt rould have been taken off en'I' ary 11th to the 14th, and will be the All question. HhoulJ be fully anjtwrr-'
" without the check is a mystery. I :Mecca of thousands of home-folks, visitors cheeky<>d to lIa VI' corr..ponde-nc..! l'l'rllOnal Bank of Starke :
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tthil]?bnroohe morning of" oth-the and tourists, farmers and edu delay may delivery.

and left with them but did not cators. The exhibition of every class TaxiColle: bSher'tlfferoClerksaCir.
THE BANK OF HELPFUL
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r.I I will be large and the midway attractions cuit Court, or by applying to SERVICE

to of Detectives Thomas has will be served by the famous ERNEST AMOS State, County and City DepositoryBRADFORD
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Orlando and other ;
point In Johnny Jones shows

Comptroller, Tallahassee, Fla. )I.1, Wlllmmmmmma' I
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J *.*' K ru1K BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER ,rRradforrt '
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r the conference year. I JlN,I 1 1I MEMORY OF MR. J, W. BARRY I I :MILLION\ TONS 8I1IPS FOR 1 been advised that ,
I Mr John Priffo and little ( COMMERCE IN UNITED: STATES mu '
I daugh- I was expected to !In- .
r, Lena spent several days with relI I Dear friend and brother, thou hast REPORT TODAY I home Canadian and) \"
1"d friends in Jacksonville this'k ': left us. Paris, Dec Arrangements: have )possibly may be d M .'
. ;, And our loss we deeply feel I Icon made by which one million tons
T I vv Overstreet and fanTily, of I Lut 'tis Ggd that has bereft us, W+W>+H of, Chipping will be released from the needs, as those lu,,.?>,

r. -,,>' viile.xpent last Sunday? in Law. And he can all our sorrows heal. KITTY PARSONS arrnvapply service and delivered to ning to return,
-i >. -Iof their cousins, Mr. and Peaceful 1 in thy silent slumber, By An1I/rican export trade to aid home in- quickly m

VL.. OvcrMtreet.1 1 1M eacc/jl I in thy grave so low; du! -tries: in changing from war to aAinrruai. It is believed.| th
1'', and :Mrs. Henry Di!' gfelder, of'' 'Waiting till thou art called up. yonderOn ,
y"rk City, is spending( a few day-t | that peaceful, happy shore. (Copyright, lets by the McClure :O I" fI"" hall 1.-. homecoming ,.
.', ... k at the home of Mr. and Mrs 'J here's a light from our church that'- per Syndicate.) : shipping authorities have within twelve m Hir

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gone
The strains of the
,\ :l ( of Jacksonville, Ar.d a voice we- loved is stilled.
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apart of march out '_ ..
!Ii II, -I the week at the home j nd a place mll vacant ill uur heart- ding pealed moJes .
,, hi-,, parents' near Lawtey. I II. Which never can be filled. tie bride and bridegroom came
A i I 1 1t I Ltwrn\Chite, of Jacksonville! spent 1 I"'' t we. p not that his trials are over down the aisle. .
i lin-tmus day at the home of his !par- I Weep net that his race is run i I Eleanor had always 7
t -. :-Mr. and :Mrs. J. I"'. White. i 'I ;i :Mr. and :Mrs. N. G Langford, ofp When our earthly race is done. : the way some couples did,
: Cour.lj;.I) Tel? .onvllle, p..nt Christmas day at !I, And again we hope to meet thee I'' smiled happily at the many

'i home of Prof and Mrs.!! L. L. When our days of life are o'er; I IAnd who were BO eagerly \\'
r j Mrs. Lnngford's sister in heaven in joy to greet thee, I IV bridal procession I tfry
I ,4 Publi..hed. N vekly. ni4 4 .nl..rPd J. J. Brown, of Oiella. here parting '
:: Is spending a is no more. i it
.. ,. I "n"| rlaaa platter a' the. t-ixt. days with relatives in and near A FRIEND | "You were beautiful" my et N!" ,. .t.tI
Brooker.; Fla.. pec. 2:!. 1918. I' fectly beautiful : declared one '
r itarke. Florida) guests at the reception a little .tj
T.
U. Wearen of
v Jacksonville
+ spent
=- --'. rF. i dav at the home of :Mr. and I FLU ATTACKS WISE HERDS: i "Aad the bridegroom In his j
S. MATTHEWS.; Editor and j' ; -, L. II. II1.;! quite the handsomest thing I

a'' 1 J. C. ROBINSON! AsHotiat- i i Mi-scsMyrtie and Eulu May Sapp I I, The flu' has attacked the !swine population seen. I don't wondi-r you Sfe m .tJ
:: n". over from Jacksonville and : of \\'...-t Tennessee! accordingto : Has he a long leave?" sft &as iOTpin
Christmns day at the home or ,, J. T EIIs, of the bun-ail of animal "A whole week" returned
-nr parents: Mr. and :Mrs.' L. L. Sapp./ i iJ mdiistrv Ink--s some strenuouof. "and we've planned such a : J
:
,Itr s 1918 _DECEMBER.. ,I K White came up from Dupont t"-t ; ar.' made by the farmers it may trip !I" & r p
ending! the holidays' at his spread to dangcrout! proportions. .
The happiness of the newly
r.11K I .wwa !:":' 2aD i!'!.Lrwa '"- w..t of Lawtey. - - -- .- -
i Mr and Mrs. J. C. Byrd spend I!, couple seemed to be shared by '' : I
1 2243i 6 i I one else, and the entire bridal j i
4! .-< SUGAR SHOWED pat down to the wedding '

8 9 10,1112 Mi--, Enza: Blanchard of Jackson- amid much laughter and '
A i, { > H"rwnt Christmai at the home of The best manvn just idjCattle Buying for I i

/ I 15 167171811920; i r pan I'nts :Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blan- ,I OUR BACKBONE toast to the bride and groom
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( ard. i someone handed! the captain a
, Alex Williams, of Jacksonville!! )!! gram I Ii

2323'2lg' '1It Christmas with relatives near i, \i "Had news, dear?" asked Swift & Company:
American Willingness to Give Up apprehensively. \i iiii
Louie \
29301311 I Brown here as of the Jacksonville guest of his, spent par-" i I I Luxury Demonstrated Na- jtion's | "The worst possible. They Ii

I Mr. and Mrs! J. E. Brown. to report at headquarters today
II. I Gus; Peeplen of Jacksonville, spent War Conscience. thing Important baa come up, Swift & Company buys more than f:'

: I.AWTKYInvUey. ; "" day with friends in Lawtev..1| pose." 9000 head of cattle ,II
f Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I on an average,
I Dye and little J, i "Oh Allen, how cruel I Right I
SIr +: Y t Dec. 27.-Mrs. J.: r> Jr., of Jacksonville, spent Christ STAND WITH THE ALLIES.By middle of our wedding tool I I every market day. II II IIl !
t I dull accompanied by Mrs. A. A. here at the home of :Mrs. Dye's have to hurry too," she added
_ I I Mr. and :Mrs. A. M. l Each of them is "sized I II
M. rI and Mrs Catherine Teare, I I Blan- Reducing Consumption People of to the occasion like a true !: one up" by

Jacksonville 'Ihursday. a I I Harold Thomas of Jacksonville is the United States Averted a wife. "There's a train that experts. i
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w'' Af the Christmas ("hops.j | II I
and It's after
t fff pndinl a few this one-thirty one
( days week
"" t I!k( j r The Rev. Diirir. the new |'i home of his parents, Mr. and here Mrs at Famine at Home In Spit I now. Come on and I'll drive I : Both the packer's buyer and the I

'tr 14 ') + .t was the Methodist here Sunday Episcopal morning church I.. Thomas of Low Supplies.The the station" i 1; commission salesman must judge what I'I'I' !

,,:' Er\ices. His first visit made ( 1 I :Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and lit. "Yon are. the most wonderful I'' amount of meat each animal will:! yisld: III
+ daughter :Mildred, of Jacksonville, S the world Allen told her for the ;,
r j' l 1 I ,: impression Pijrfts will reside on his at congregation.Starke, Christmas with relatives! in our fact that the people of the snmlth time on the way to : and how fine it will be, the grading: of 11 Iii i

ft: three Sundays a month there N. .T. United (States were able to reduce by tion. I| I the hide, and the quantity and quality 'i'iI '
,
Peeples of Jacksonville their
spent more than one-half million tons
I inir one Sunday to Lawtey. It "It won't he for long, darling- '' I II
of the fat.
day with friends
in Law- July, August September and October I 'II
i been yet decided which | 'I
)'. can't be; sbe choked, as for I '
1 k I. will be. I Frank Green, of Jacksonville, spent consumption of sugar; proves conclusively merit she clung to him ... i Both must know market con"itien( I
that their wur conscience" was
,, ,., Uev. RnuH of Lake Butler day in Lawtev nt the home lint It was not until the last !!
thoroughly awakened and that the 1 for live stock and meat throughout r ..
and his
town Sunday filled { Mr. and :Mrs ;
Charles Dinkins. had that Eleanor threw
/gone
p ; ointment, at the Baptist I Mr. country as a whole stood ready to follow I The know where IiII '
and :Mrs. J! J. McLeod who have on her bed and !sobbed country. buyer must
"t1 r merini a sermon morning ( in Jacksonville since the first the Injunctions of the Government.Our ; had been co sudden and l the different qualities weights r.nd :
.r ,
1 normal consumption of In
ingn) of the will sugar/ I
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a pt 1 h K Pastor Evenden, of Grace this week.year move back to the four-month period beginning/ with I and they planned everything so kinds of cattle can be bet ma, ke.ed I

1 i "'i church, announces for next Gus Loadholtz.! of Jacksonville was July bas been IHIUOO' tons per month I' fully. Her trunk bad gone and I!'I as oeef. '
services nn usual, except the guest at the home of his parents a total of I.CUO.OUO for the 'quarti I! had paid for their rooms at the j,

J +,1A I dance, which he suggests I : '. and Mrs M. L. Loadholtz, during year. I I :mountain Inn where they were I"!' If the buyer more than the II!!
pays
it i' better than usual. j I In July, when our sugar' stringency Suddenly) Eleanor: sat up on '
The thanks of the i :Messrs Joe Allen, A. II. Marley and began to reach Its height, consumption | with an plrntlon. I' ti animal is worth,the packer loses money a ''I!

( Grace M. )K. church I Is hereby I L? Blanchard came home from Jack- was reduced U 2(3OUOO( tons la August "I'll go Just the same" she I ''i on it. If he offers less, another packer, ''i'i1
_ r s I ed, to all those who served on \ and spent Christmas day. only 3-ri.Ooo; tons went Into dlsj j "Just to see what It Is like. iI feeder it
i y rims committees in I The.. death. of little Louie Belle, the trtbutlon and, In September only 270-- I I thing's ready nod I cnn come ,, ://1 or a shipper or gets away I IIII
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_le t' Y the Christmas tree and I'xert'i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 00* tons. In October the distribution morrow If I want to. It may be Ii from him. ;
r i r to all 'who so generously !gave Norton occurred Tuesday af- fell to 230,000 tons. | to go off on a wedding trip ''I
the Christmas fund which sermon"f' an illness beginning in the early lill f If If the seller accepts'too little the live'I
t" ; i ,
If I failed ,
I'I '. The interment the general public had to : It's a lot nicer than staying t i ''I i
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't was in the
k 1* mach joy and happiness for : ..(' cemetery Thursday the observe the Injunctions of the Food having all the neighbors condole : stock raiser gets less than he i is entitled IiiII II
lrm and brought smiles of !' : II I Iii
Administration thin country would I'll do It I" i j
being accompanied me. i it is
Y the faces of those who were by her par- 'I ";li to. If he holds out for more than I
have been In the throes of a sugar In a few moments Eleanor / ,
s rt to Wntch see them.night services will be I I I L L. Sapp came over from Jackson- famine before the end of August. Our before her mother dressed' :1'I, Hlij": worth, he falls to make a sale. I II.

J t I Grace M. E. church next and spent from Saturday until visible supplies were fco low as to bring Journey and the astounded lady '
night and. it U probable that at his home.. great anxiety to those familiar with at her In amazement. Bat '';' I,I., '.; A variation of a few cents in the price II'

menu will be served and part the sugar situation. They feared thatIt I good,) was a sensible woman : per hundred pounds is a matter of vital :
Christmas program and other Messrs. R. W. and J. R. :McLeod. of would be absolutely Impossible to easily disturbed, so she made importance to \he packer, because it II l,II,
t SI es rendered the early part of were transacting busi reduce consumption: to a point where I I Jertlon to her daughter's plans. ,
t ty t I. ,. inl!'. Duo notice will he given <4 in :Starke:: Thursday. sugar; would no longer be a mere luxury -/ "If any word comes from i means the difference between profit III'"
church billboard the main the American
f1 on In filet and loss.
fore I back please wire at
get
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{ f t :' IInd the public cordially invited PARTY AT Dlt.) E. T. Few accomplishments of the Food I :.

1'' !,, f ::'f t<,nf Were, I I C.\ ll'nELIS Administration will stand forth so predominantly -I don't mother worry.dead. Oond I'll -bp.be "a good I ,I Ilil i iS ij
of those l
you one as this reduced consumption -
I .' One of the ) On the thlrtv-mlle train ride j
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pleasantest of the
your dollar to the ladies of ) many of sugar By it we have been able : Swift & Company
1 I'f | gathering in Starke allowed) herself little time for
C os q! on !Saturday ? If not was to bridge over the period of stringency.: I ,
I \ at the home of but knitted frantically all the
; hurry your dollar bv mail or in Dr. E. T. Camp- )
the butt and Louisiana
until .
f I .. to :Mrs Randall, Mrs. Teare : ' :Mrs.\ Campbell :Mrs John Ug new canuvugar The Inn was!! some (distance U.S.A. .IIl'
1 iM Fmith. The Red Cross is \', :Mrs. A. C. Fling and Mrs. Ham-'I crops Wv.re In sightNow ; II ntntlon. and the drive In the crisp
nR it, they need it in their work : united in the preparations for the : the nation Is In a position so ter air was delightful. There IIIII
a .. ,. that If we choose we may return to
) t' ferinnf humnnity and you !' dinner and made charming few guests, and, the kindly I
1 ? wenrinc the badge that they t ",'" to a number of their friends. I Ii our normal home use of sugar and' lady who kept the house did\ not III IIIU
"' l I you to prove that you are not a I i The home was tastefully decorated. I Europe, with the release of Milng) to !go her with useless. questions, but
$ I ?'I' I ; Quite n number, of our : artistically annnged in the liv-I, rations If. however those hT to a cheerful, sitting room l'l'I '
wood fire lay blazing ;
1., ( have returretl to nwtev to room. Over) the dm. log table nations are to Inert-tine their use of a great/
I ; ,;. hol'dnvs.' Some have been ( Christmas bell was suspended'! sugar very considerably It must be. by he,,rth. I,.
% I ": nun and I nom \sire on furlough which gay festoons of red and l I'' our continued hhnilng with themthrough I "I>rlnlt this ten my dear
Sk bit. It's five now, so
are happy.There n extended to the corners of thel : limiting! our own consumption. yotir-.i-lf A
wa something doing! Bouquets of roses gave an add I I not want dinner till seven. A'
i t pnrspnatre on Mondnv last. A touch of beauty to the attractively | want anything, ring." S.
... nihers and two of the !Simdnv! (' tables laden with the boun- AMERICAN SPIRIT "I don't wonder he loved It
classes of the :M.\ E. church Christmas dinner. RELIED ON TO WIN. thnnirht Eleanor and her eyes r.

fi yi snail to A corn popping! and The menu consisted mainly of the with sudden! tears.

(, l pnrtv in the afternoon and /(' good things! : Goose, chicken In the light of succeeding' events It I After a while her tired lids
;;J't r t-l to what they all said wns/ mashed potatoes, candied sweet la Interesting! to .eoall the confidence\ and! she fell nsleep.
4+ nice ten pnrty prepared. and l I ,., When You Come to JacksonvilleSEE
t ; I parsnips scalloped.l corn, nut with which the United: States Food It was almost seven! o'clock
I'n I\'pn.lpn.;
1I tor E\ erv seat ]
and twentv-one sat down to nppleala< celery, cranberries Administrator viewed the gloomy outlook I Eleanor was awakened by a
and
r- butter mince and pumpkin I In July of 1017.! when this country
,.b.:. joyable! feat while the pastor cake and coffee the room.
1 , in n white quit acted ns caterer j I I had been In the war for less than "It must be Sirs. Green to Most Interrtung'
delighted iruesta. The hAPPY i Those. enjoying the dinner were tour months and the Germans were upper Is ready" she considered 'J

was treated to a pleasant i i: Grace Ford. Mrs Hamnck :Miss I steadily sending/ the western front lilly, and sat up on the couch. I. Store In F mda<
Mr.:
L the unexpected. arrival of M h. I and ;Mrs A. I. Fling nearer and nearer to Perl& Ifer eyes almost popped ont Jf'- .. : '< 7JLflA< ,rll.
_ I f Laurie Teutuch, Mr. and :Mrs.
i ,1 I i nati Randall trnin who accompanied came! in bv from Mrs:\ Mrs. Mary Hopkins, ;Miss John Car I "Even though the situation" In Eu head for sitting. In a big chair 45.49 W. Bay St. Thru the block to 46 W. For!yth
Uglow! Captain rope may be gloomy today! he de- fire was hr husbnnd..
Burson Rev. and
; tlnll, who had l been to
him. i i C. II. Abernathy Dr. and Mrs clared In a public statement, "no "Allen I" she cried. 'Tftn I
meet On I
t leaving for
I was discovered! that :Mr.\ T. Campbell. American who has knowledge/ of the again?" Everything in Books

i t. horse. was pone, havinobeen! At the close of the dinner Rev. C.I i, results already obtained In every direction VNnt a bit of it !I" be '
f du' ell! bv the noise,, of shots. that Abernathy made a pleasing talk'' need have one atom of fear t taRtae J hltr In his arms. "1t..88 Fiction Books on Agriculture and other|pursuits by reliable
'1 x\' in celebration.! The horse and. I'f' : to the occasion, after that democracy will not defend Itself | m"'l&" & -the telegram was
'f' were found later and no the !guests adjourned to the to these United States. to rend) : ',( -"tlrt at authors, Toy Books, Reference, Travel etc.

c', done i to be kodaked l by Miss! Carrie wee1)() from todny.' Stupid' ,
f "I.. : W. E. Torodo was tranllA..t inJo: Many of the guests remained I might have been, worse I '
SALKNotice Commercial
roo. "-111I nets In Jacksonville ThursdayWiltio .. the afternoon and did full MASTER'S and mother and Fancy StationeryFine
I I. hereby .given that under and by you at once your
... Hrav. formerly of .,,"' to nn appetizing supper before .
?-tue ot Final Deere made and renderedmmbrr had come here, BO I took '*
a you 'our
l made in own
now,of Dupontwa n visitor \ for their homes, having en I Wedding and Society Engraving
ISlh A. D. 191". the Juilire ofthe are glad
1 by train after you- you
/ tey the first part of the week. a most ryppy Christmas day. .
--I t I.J, Edwnrd Edwards. of I Circuit, Court of the 8th Judicial! Circuit, me?" elusive plant. Ask to see samples.!
."". i i ''...Id... in and for Bedford County, inr'anci'rr "Glad? WhY. I can't
wns \isitinvr relative. in \:'\ WILL CLOSE NEW YEAR'S I
day. : ultima in favor of Lrlah F. Godwin, eyes or ears. It's so simply ) '
f I\V
t :Mr\ and :Mrs. Rosen Sapp. .' I i Complainant and ....In.t Scott Andrew and I I don't h ne.tly believe I ever Toys and Athletic Goods
!t son\ille, spent from Saturday i /' S Colran and Freda Col"on. hi. wife, dei ciated you before. Hut I do
r III "'' Thursday with relatives in Th.,'. two banks! in Starke will ob- j i f>.ndanu. the uniirmirned. will offer for ale'I I'm too happy for words." A Toy Shop open the >'ear round Supplies for all youa-
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f e1) I.awteV. Wednesday January lit, as a 1 I I. r. N' the court howe door at Stark., Brad- Allen kissed her tenderly" and
r'' A. M. rtlanchanl. was n vi ,- and will be closed for the day. (:'..1 <:",.unty. Florida between the legal hour !sat Iowa' and talked as If they vorite sports and pastimes.
bank here
Jacksonville Sunday and are considering the i i o T.HH on :Monday the 3rd day of February*
I RnlJ>Wright, of Jacksonville of asking. the other .butrfts, of I A I> 191U\ to the highest and belt binder. for I 1 1I seen each other for years.' At
I' I Sunday at the home of his countto ,join in a more general! I I .....h. 'ih* following/ 1 described I..ncla. altuat.dl'I! Greene actually did come to THERMOS BOTTLES. A necessity in all seasons

t I ,,, and :Mrs. R. O Wriirht. > of the legal/ holidays. There I In Bm.lf.irH. County. Florida to-wlt : dinner.
safe
1M t Mrs (). I.. Thomas visited several during: the year that are I I Th., !South Half I 1,1. of the South Half < 4> I "Could you eat anything?" FLASH LIGHTS. Useful everywhere and
by banks in other cities and I Ii of Tot l-.v.n: 'mi. Section thirty "Ica ; AIM Allen.
In Jacksonville and 1
Sunday
tn the Writ Half ( a.,1' of the North East Quarter; )!1 PICTURES Picture Artists Goods
of the
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state but have Framing.
i been
never Tm [
Mr. Ham!' Andrews and | t ll-4i of the Northeast Quarter 11-4) of SecI "Could II I simply I
'' Raiford snent Christmas at \' here. I 1 I ter.lion .>n. nil Also the Southeast . may not he romantic, but I am. Practical GIFTS for all occasions
of Mrs. Andrews, !parents. :\ A matter in which the banks wall Ten ,MOicr. :: In the Northeast 'Comer i In1 i I "So! 11m I." admitted! ,! the I'> '
Mrs. J. F. White west of ask the co-operation of their t| "...' on TStiT-on. .ISH : All In Towiwhlp Sixlst "Then we'll make this the KODAKS Photo Finishing of the better: sort -
Max Wimberly. of : i is an earlier closing/ hour in I 1 < t. lUnirr Twenty (I2)t Ra.t. all land .hem* breakfast that we both missed .
I and lying F..t: of Bench runninir. .b.twe.n 1
: the of friend in afternoon. Under the '
II
truest present ..
sys-
1 i i' I lah F. C.xlwln and I. W. ptnhoUtor.. Jr.. Tom on, Captain Searles.
dav.! It. of endeavoring to accommodate'I containing Seventy ((70)) Acres more or I.... I Ing him by the band, the bride ,! Mail ;inquiries receive prompt attentionH
Rev. J. C. Dlsrirs, of Stnrko. tomers after :3 o'clock th" employ. ) J. L. PEEK I I !
I t. regular: appointment lit the rlu I not have sufficient time to do I!1 ADK1NS., Special Mauler. him willingly towards the dining
p t where they did full credit to the
honk work
the first r '
M. Efl church South Com, lainant, Solicitor U-*'-4It. cookery

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FLORIDBits
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ville, was a Christmas guest at the ) ; . I anti I Beginning/ January 1st, 191i\ nil ro- pp.
homo of :Mr.: and :Mrs Wm. Edwards: I The limitation list included Wild.i" give family half, of everything they piur work un nhnoH must lie paid for f
tai Young, Doris and! Evelyn: Popo, hazel can/ raise. Do not want small firm bt'foro shoes leave the shop Uy has '

of Local Mrs. .1. C. Robinson And l'hihlrent'ft Adkins, (t\ on Crinin; Chnrli'ft LucinnKickhter ilies. Want families that have plenty inn a cash 1 business\ I can serve my ,t+

\ Thin--duy afternoon to spend sevi i \\'ultl'1l'iol1n"I:: Jr. A. E.. of help to make crop, attend t to ciintomeni l better, us I hove no time
I Ir" oral days with her parents in JI\ pl'r. I Wall Jr., Annie; Long, Ktholm: White, stock and gather crops Sec A. I 11.Andr. for collections.! y

Information -- -.---------. I Jtilln Cnnoxn. Richard Wninwright/ ..ws, Rni'ord Flu. l.-JO--'t.:: ; ) : IIOI.UXGSWORTITS SHOE SHOP
.... '
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Billy Graham Josrph --- ,
A beautiful lot of ladies' hat !', Johns, S. R. .Julius, ,II'.. rliuuliel'faml- .FARM I WANTED: ; -Preferably from HOI.IDXY In .\IJl'l: r.

C..wl.i O.. lr..f., .M..S4 trimmings just arrived at F F.Stump's. linson, Evelyn: Stump, :Merrill: Futch. owner, forty to sixty acres (cultivated. .

4 .. .... c.-.4 T__ 'I :Minn Long, Richard! Long, Clara State acres in faun, cultivated, Books, \Books, ItookH. r>r:>
I ''I Louise IVi'k Lester Price Roldnsona distimce. from station, courthouse,,, ell's library. Several hundred boos
--- -- --------- -- I IIr. | .\\ Lou Poppi'll, Charlotte Rosen( school mail route. Describe house, to thoosc from. Best nuthon. Only
__ -_, !\ und :Mrs.: Albert W. Anderson, :
lJl'rlHuth :- tt'rI1hl'rA'Villlm llnrviird born, roads. flatwoods !
or rolling
,i 10 cents to pond book. Book? bo
< oUey '>f Stetson Universitync .. I I,.. ph mil i IV''! Moore, ofVay.t / Iruv George; Anderson.\. And'rsl111.1 spent Christmas sister day Miss at |1 i I Louise Jolly,.Elizabeth Andrews. :| Price, terms, taxes. Must bo topriced w '. Kept" two wpvkH.a If kept longer may 10
f Ca., are spending the week at I'' Il'I'l\tS per week extra. l'J-2D-3t.: ti
fat th holidays. I cross Archer with relatives. 'coMPLim small cash payment R. I I.
of their uncle, L. V. Moore. : : c\STVLTY UST ;, _._ .
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i'the home --- --
1
i SHOULD HE IN THIS :\IO'I: [ Tracy P. O. Box I 120, South Jnck- -- k +

en's overcoats at Stump's :Mr .iml 1 MI' W. A. Crosby left on 'j I $6 to--$7 Children's Coats at TII1[ sonville, Fin It. .)H iNS CASKETS
.---- Ga. to spend Washington Hoc. 22.: -General Perching 1 1I
Valdosta ,
Tuesday for $3.95 at the Cash DepartmentStore. '
,
; And full line of
In :\1. Ri..tnr.of. Philndelphia, Christmas with their daughter Mrs.Howell. has cabled the war department a

fa: visa tt> Stark' last week that practically; complete reports of I, I : ri.'iTtakcrs'; Supplies
_
deaths: in action thc
',P'l'lliDir\ has returned to know boy's suits Hugh Fryer is spending two weeks forces should among reach the expuditionary depart- :'1 WANT...Three plow handsto \iiti>iniiliile, llcnrii
Did our Id
onll' (in Providence, to spend two you with his parents Rev. and Mrs. :M. M. menu not later than January 1st. Alwttys on hand. 'rh.. h."tIT

need selling Stump's.Trlfair Fryer. Hugh" is attending the Porter do regular farm work. i..oIt the lowest price*' SpeefilaMentinn

__n___ :Military: College at Charleston, S. C. SYIU'P SYRUP *o telegraph order t

unks at cost. Steinberg's Long returned home Satur- Farmers who have for .saloarnl Employment every day in aM i,
lay for.the holidays. He Is a student All colors of wool at syrup .' Fnib.Unier
serges
expect me to handle same will not the year. Nice house to f'MI stored i I

tel,i nut bri-ad, and rolls\ fresh ev-I' nt the inorfriH-Militnry Academy near less than they cost at whole- bring it in till you see me anti, get I

Itij .It the :Model: I Bakery. Atlanta.------ sale. Stump's. full detniK Prices have declined and live in. Apply L. H. Hill, !j; l lteWITT c. "JONESStarke //I
I iinnhln
am to
give new prices
; ; ; ; :Mrs. I R. V. Turner and little dllu h- just; nt Fla. ,j
Miy Peek, of WaycroRi, Ga., present. IK-WITT JONKS: ; Lawtey, Fla. ,
r i I'' Il i .it t the home of her brother j. t"I', of Dinsmore, arc spending the holidays F.It . :Miss: \May Frlpp slant Sunday at the Starke, Fln.rLASSIFIED. r -
Mr. and :Mrs.:
Peek with er parents home of her undo, \Mr. L. C. Powell, ---. -------.---- -- - ---- . ---
Johns. nnd Monday! left for Tillmnn S. C., --
- --- where she will spend the holidays with -- --
silks. Stump's.ItiWitt .
BC our new $2.50 value ladies black her parents. The Quinine That Docs Not Affect The (Mend
---- -- -- Cash B rmiflf. of Its tnnli anti Inxnrlvn rfTivt 1.AXA* i
I) C .Jones has returned hose, sale price $1.19 at TIYL! I1KOMO UUMNh.: lulili-m( ) mil Im tuki-n COTTONWHILE
$3.00 Silk Waists, sale price _. by without 4
i' spending sometime in Store.Mr. --- ----- -- ftnynmi nnifint lu'rvo'lrtiii'Hi' tip Audi.
't Department In the prod h:.W. ;on -tile. $2.45 at Cash DepartmentStore. I ONE 'ENT CASH A V\OKI IN ADVANt> FOR KM'II ISSI'H. nliliiiiliiro on lm\ I

artd : and Mrs. J. E. Robinson of "..r1la.m.nla. Innprlod under thin heed 411U1 'lt FUR rl'nuC'TIOS ,: HOLDING
b
Hnrjh'am, outing yellow Jacksonville, are .spending the holidays must for Innrrllcm paid In aiUanrr. No mlvrrtUrmrnl In Circuit. I'ourl. Hlute or Horicln, Klirlith I I.liiihvln
one .
uarpted! fur ..
espun 20 cents at Stump's in Starke with Mr. and :Mrs ..J.I" Mr. and Mrs.V.! (;. Brooks and little renU. Far Innliinrc: AID-word ilvvrll.rinriu In Shan Xi crry. ) ,ilrctiit UrHilTonl CountyIn Clmnj I j I INSURE

'. Colley.Mr. . daughter Loicile who are now living one Innrrtliin will hr 25 rrnl.l If for more II. i.. itwin.Omiplninnnt. WITH 1 4
and only than
Monday innirtian
turday on. will bv charged for a' 1 .
at the camphor farm spent Sun rent a "0.". NolMng chint.d.
--Miner-of Jack- :: and !Mrs. J. O. Fralick spent day, IIn.1Iondny: with Mr. and Mrs. j Snruh I..va.wla.It'fendsnt.. I I J. R Davis & Co. I '
t an,1Irs: Harry Christmas with :Mrs.: Kralick's parents :C. A. Mixon. )o'OItI.E: .
I.', pent Christmas in Starko Mr. anti !Mrs. C. It. Harrison at -- : 'It liltprnriftK by HITIilnvit appended| ti> the
olatives. ---- - ---- Mil tiled In Iho nlmve HlHli'il CIIIIHIthai Surnll STARKE, FLORIDA
Worthington.Prof
-' --,-- Miss Flossye Reynolds spent the I FOR SALK:-10 gilts, 4 brood sows, 'i bevels[ th<* <.defendant 11u>riin named la.. rv.l- .
week-end in Jacksonville with her Duroc dent. ...IIw Slnle of llnrliln. and nhe Inrrnitltnt a .
ftovn does not deliver but his pri- and Mrs. S. S. Dowling left ,cousin Miss Olgu Inez Warren who strain. Ceo. A. Gardiner i I ., of Alnrlum county. Plnrtdn. and mme -- -- .
attractive. Saturday morning for Tallahassee to was. married to Mr. Joseph H. FenchorTuesday I Il'15-tf. !i I ,.'ul. h<*r t>lf au that mbpoona cannot bit B0rviil -
upon' herover the axe of twoiity-ono yeah.
spend the holidays with :Mrs.: Dowl-
has night. It I. thfriforo ordered that Balil non-nalili(
(' ley\ come up from Stetniv"rity I FOR SALK--Brick store I' !.
ing's parents building" on di>fi>ndunt lip and In hereby required. to npprar
to spend the holidaysis Cull street next door to Powell's to the hill of complaint tiled In Hald CKLMII on s
parents. Mrs.! J. P. Robinson and daughter, $2.50 Ladies' Flannel gownsat corner store. See !Mrs. J. C. Carter. or bpfore Mitndny the Jlril 1 day of Ki'brimry. AI ,
I D. Kllll. nlhorwlHn tlu allviditiona of mild Mil\
:Miss Eunice, spent Tuesday and Wednesday $1.70 at Cash Department Stnrke. 12-27-Gt will ho taken an confi L. Douglass shoes at in Staike with Mr. and Mrs. Store. I It IH further ordered' lha tthlH order bo {,tiblinh ,
J. C. Robinson. FOR SALE-20 *>d once a wpi>k for five coniiifcutlv wi t>kii
acre farm 18
|bcrgs. acres i In the llrndforil. County Telegraph, a newapaptr -
;
I cleared I, partly stumped; fine clay I, iulrlthd. In Bitid county anti ...,.*. ,, Why you should use
> Men's heavy top shirts being Pitt Tomlinson, a student of Emory land good house, barn smokehouse 'I 1 hie "IliCHmliiT 2ft.I, HUH I Cardui the woman's//
I :Morgan/: Richard of JacTcnon- College, Oxford Ga., arrived Saturday fine water; simile trees line old; w. T WEEKS tonic, lot your troubles 'F',.
pent ChrMmai with relatives closed out at Stump's.Mr. night to spend! the Christmas holidaysin I mule and buggy; half; year already (Seal Clerk Clrrult Court have been khown in
acre
canu iiy n. A. WEEKS.Uepulj: >: .
his ifndMrs.
ends in Starke. Starke with parents, Dr. planted; sow and seven l Clork thousands of letters from ,
and Mrs. George Marks of New : . J. P. Tomlinson.! farming tools; $11 CO if taken in pigs ten; 11.. ADKIN3.Sollc.tor actual users of this medicine -
Sarah Kimball\ of Baltimore Smyrna are spending the holidays -------- r days. Two old people> can keep it fur Complainant. .l-27-6t. who speak from I
vsitintr; at the home of her i here wish :Mrs.: ;Marks' parents, ;Mr. 100 Ladies' Rib Underwear, i up'; good >I'hooll\n.lj'on.1: neighbors - -- -- -- --- personal experience. It
f, :Mr I.. V. Moore. and :Mrs.: A. :M.: Darby. live mill of ; MITK TO DUiniltS: ANI) CKEDITOItH the results obtained by
west
[
Stnrku. rural All . . ,
I sale price 71 cents at Cash Department piTHonH Indi'htrd I" thf onlatp of L>r III other woitien for so
route; right in best strawberry and I I'. Wllnon. lain of llradford County, .'lo.Ila.1 many
|Je on boys' suits at'I I I Miss Alda Fryer who has been at- : Store. sweet potato, section of county. Apply II.>IM-nm'il''i.'n,ri-iiulred: tu pay thilr Hald di>bta I years have good been, why so uniformly not- ,
'I : Tebo's private school in to .Starke | all portion* havlnir rlaimnauninHt
t"ndingIIKS House
'5. Starke Flu. ,i the ald mtaUt' nn n>nui> ti II I Gainesville, came up Saturday to Rev T. I., 7.. Barr and family left Box 323 12-27-21 I Hi spend the holidays with her parents. Thursday for Dade City where they . -- ----- .- from thin ilato. or they will be forever barrvil. f Y
ItIoitt.: of Jacksonville, 'I'bin 97th day of Ih-ci'mbi-r KI1K
spent
------- - will reside the coming year. Rev. I FOR ION-I:
MRS JHSSIK" A '
nnt in Stnrke with his parents, 35 cent Hickory Stripes, sale Barr served t.heIt'tho lst church of 1 1FOR Km-riitrlx: uf KtliH of Or. II.' I*WIl.HON.Wllmm, dcramd. I

:Mrs A, E. :Moitt.W price 28 cents at Cash Department Start for the past two years, and the( I RENT-Farm with f 5 acres of .______. 12-27-
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best wishes of the people here go with open land, either for sure rent or to CARDUI
J. Griffin, of .Jackonille.1! s Store. them to their new home. I who can supply .
lest ;
rrnlay and Saturday j rn of Stnrkp. J. 1.. Under-- LANKSLIVER : .

Mrs 0, J, Griffin. I ::\11'. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children !- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Phillips and hill, Starke. 11-22-tf. '
went down to Gainesville! Tues- children of Jacksonville are spending! J' i PILES: Tt)8) Woman's Tonic '

{vn'Sweet Rose self risMr day to spend Christmas. Pay with Mrs. the holidays in Starke with relatives. I' WAN'IKDWANTED : CUHU|k 'D. >lMl>4.'inlt) mmmt I
: Mrs.
P.tul.ry lnr L.-l, sass.Ntu Mary J. Irvin, ol
r Adkins' !Mrs. :M. After the holidays Mr. Philips will 1'
| mother E. Rdwards. go ------------ --- WOO far *H. aver 1arA rJ 11-..
----- ---- --- .. Cullen Va.
wrltest
I' to Tallahassee, having accepted a -Two large families to Ink MOM*-Mm...:. w.we ,
nd : .fo l'rhIattox:: spent Bascom Mattox and Hiprdon Reals. sition us manager of the Capitol charge/ of 100 acre farms. Will fur- mt nomi nxynunvf 10.">'iKu."uotn ,5.t,, ha I "About 11 years ago, I , '
tk-end bore with :\Ir.lattox'II':: two former pupils of the Bradford light" water and gas plant. 1'0'1 II I suffered untold misery .4

other::..Mrs Chase! I I County High" School, have been members i wllhlrnlaldtroublebearrndown
i ) of the navy for some months pnst.Men's Ro\ and :Mrs. George F. Scott and r I a
50 black silk plaid, sale i d'IIshtl'rA1iHes: Gertrude, LoIs and I' IJ J : : pains, headache .

|$2.95 at Cash Depart- :; suits at bargain prices Louise:Mr.,Scott's are here father visiting, )Dr. at A.the I.. Scott home'of '' To The Farmer would, f.o numbness for three weeks. 1 ;

tore.laggie. at Sternberg's. After the holidays they will "go to Do- n'iost: bent double . '

_ I . Land, where Rev. Scott will have i Sly" hiii.bnnd; went to Dr. t

Ilnmrick, of Douglass Mrs. John Ritch nnd children MissEflie charge of the Methodist church for the If you have anything to sell such as k for Cardui . rAlter
pending, the holidays with her and John, of Snpp Station and coming year I I
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: about
|Mrs S F Ilamrick. i i Master Cecil hitch, of St. Petersburg! Honey-Pork smoked meat Irish tiklrs: two My
-- are visitors at the home of N. T. Ritch. BELGIAN:- H.\rins : pota- boti:> a I began going

Rdwnrds: and;;; family haveGainesville Raise Belgian hares and save th"i toes, shelled corn write around and when I took
pecans syrup,
,
and are living atl Bargains in children's coats butcher bills... Fine lot of young rl\- three bottles I could do
bits. "ow ready. Come and HOP them and give best
t University_ street. I $2.98 to $6.50 at Stump's.Mrs. I Joseph! Bolt Brooklyn, Fin. your prices to Collins & all ny work" E 80


|you locking for bargains ; R.I'Vllqon and daughter, / li\'III): Or. MR*. SHA.( EIMTK- Collins, St. Petersburg, Fla.PLANK'S .

ternberg. :Mrs. Johnson! of Luke Butler worn SON:- .

businessisitors. to Starke last Sat- '
1"1 Mri, B. W Hodirc( of urd.iy. :Mrs. Sara A. Epperson died :Moridn.aftnrnoon A Tonic I axatlve;
lilt were holiday guests of I Decfmner :lard: at fi o'clock that: sill rr-movo the Mil, fi, m the Liver and N.'
JI",,, A [' Hoffman.Will' at the home of her sun Sheriff W. f. otlioSyntcm'llOKuUUlLYwlilic.utnrliiin: ; ,! ''
$2.00 Linen Waists. Sale 'i Eppt-rson, on South stri'pt. Mrs. Kpperson CHILL TONICFOR or dlaiurbiiiil!tlio atuniv I L ,It "uly a rurfvcc Lux /
atlvo.
. of Jn'ksonvilKmothei nrice $1.19. Cash DepartmentStore. I was 79! years of lime on the Oth S
of September lust. About LAX-FOS Mit'\ TCP51NIB
C h" '. ;Mrs. Julia six ye.irsago .. '
I she suffered a stroke of paralysisand . > the some (,f a K\< -V i and r<*rfn-t I nxuttvawlili '
t \; Walnut street. I h m om ri'lli-vi'. S, I IIii.lnLli.ntrtwm.\ Inillii -
never fully recovered her health
Rawson Davis i! of JaekSonville.1 She had been confined to her bed for Colds, LaGrippe, (Influenza), Malaria, Dye'IurpldLlvrrgndt'onalpntlnn.I 1 >.tloii..Siiicnai! Tumble, (.tii' find Always I'llmlaiiird\ U'"n -.
?sand
boys' mackinaws, spent the Christmas in two months previous to her death K cllubleLatudva' la Clio treatment (/(c..leb, Orlpaud
|nes, at Stump's. with his parents ;Mr and :Mrs. J. H.I I The.body was curried to Lake Butler Chills and Fever Induuuzu. ,
Davis. ,!, for interment in Dekle cemetery 1.1F'OS/ WIT!( PFPSW, It a Llqiil.l DLlesdveoni d
i i beside the body of her husband. Rev. A Good Tonic T .,. Luxntlvo "" ,'Ih'ot In its f-tTi-rl ou clio 1
id, :Mr.1. R. :Mattox and Mr. i' Syniom, Ixitli an n Onto on.lllo a Inmtivn. U lu
Roy Emory. of Jacksonville, Gingham and L L sheeting J j I I I'S.ceremony-S. Proctor conducted, the funeral 25 and SOc at all Drug and General Stores lust u on.gixxl,Chlliln-n fur lillilrmi.\like It an 6Uc.fur Adults 1'.U&o

k'l'nd'i->litor- --to-Starke. going at 20 cents Saturday and Mrs Kpporson! was a native of Ala Manufactured only by the Tropical Co-Oprralive Co., Jacksonville Florida"A Mivllilna M win I and fn.r..St.-
t Kmilie and Ruth Spink havl'unn..11 Monday only at Sternberg's.Mr. bama but moved with her husband '' I Grave.Taetuleae.ln11; i ;( TUDIU.
:Mr. n. W. Epperson to Lake Butler

to ppnd the Christ- :: and morp than forty years ago. She hail j
,n's with their parents Mrs. J. W! Edwards! of |
Jacksonville, spent Christmas day at lived there continuously until she maven -
I the home of :Mr.: and :Mrs. W !M. Ed- to Starke in January, 1917 with her
value Lisle hose sale wards. son. She is survived by two daughters

cents at Cash Depart- Mrw. E. L. Odom, of St. Petersburg -
I and Mrs F. GSchell, of Lake Receipt in
ore. | Ladies' and children's hats Butler and her son, Sheriff Vv. J.

j being closed cut at Stump's. person, of Starke. fP'j .

"ynplds, of Jacksonville, The deceased wa a woman of fine
holidays with his family, character and sterling worth and her
:Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville death will 'r ?
Reynolds and children. b<" mourned by many friends t in '
are spending the week with throughout Bradford -
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apple butter (guaranteed to I'' :Mrs.H. Clark's parents, Mr. and :Mrs: N. county. That is what you have (for every bill of account you pay by ch eck., You don't even ,
!
liana's whit. vinegar dis- Wainwright :\I.STEItITI., KNIlT'S:- ItHCTII.I -- --. nerd to make a memorandum of the payment. 1 he bank keeps (lie account for you. a t At ,
fruits at Cnnova's. .\Y PARTY
I!!; 75 cent Boys' Fleeced Underwear
i Because :Master:
Paul
jjlia Ikibenrer and brother, sale price 49 cents at. was six old 1 Ernest Knight Your
lpibersrer. of Brooklyn, were I| years on Thursday, the Cash Always BaYou lances
gaturdny visiting friends. ', Cash Department 19th inst., his mother :Mrs. P. E.
Store
_ :, Knight invited a number of his little
friends to celebrate
I Silk Waists sale pricet Tuesday evening the Baptist and This the occasion. have no IrouLle hunting and
:Methodist birthday party had all tho up receipts receipted bills. Just' I call on (lie. bank
Cash Sunday schools each enjoy things which go with children's for check and
Department ed a beautiful Christmas tree at their prts. There were delightful par. your you have the evidence complete.
games
respective churches. that made the

shout; stories read childrenlaugh that mars them and 7'his, bank solicits your deposit, large or small, and invites you t tit. top your bills through,

r.J Cecil :Moor: students of 800 yards Outing ,at 20c on dumb with amazement and chocolate Its the SAFE way.
chool, are upending the holiSereasa cake with punch
Saturday and and white candle-
with thf.r parents Monday at F. F. covered cake that made th"mtlad '
D. W :Moore. Stump's.Mrs. : they were living. The dining table We pay 4 per cent on savings accounts compounded quarterly. Place your Liberty

I' was gay with Christmas decorations, Bonds and other valuables in a safely deposit box, cost is small. .'
Ban with proper references : R. O Daniel and being centered by a tiny tree with
i of the hest :iO-acr farms of Jacksonville, spent several son. Russell oftthis Santa Claus sitting beneath its bOU
by calling at the Rank of days The young host h.1
week in Starke wan presented with
I location on public road. iel's patents, :Mr. and with Mrs.:Mrs.Wm.Dan Ed. large variety of gifts calculated BRADFORD COUNTY'BANKStronghold
oUlChly bring
itumped. It. wards. JOT to the heart of a small boy. ;
Mrs. Knight was assisted
in
enter-
Ve to please by selling $2.50 Silk Waists all - Bradford County's Financial
colors, Pile Cured .
In
bet oods for less 6 to H Day.
money. sale price $1.95 ESTABUSIIED889
at Cash DraiUln
De- r.fundnone) It PA2O OINTMENT ,
:: tall
partment Store. to nee lu hioil. Bllnil. Blcedigd I or Prixroilliul Plln. STARKE
In.tanty rr'tevr. Itchtnft Pile, and I' FLORIDA
roii/uli! pufter you ran M
the tirjt n;ll7i-liua. Pr'ue'ra


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I'.: I II Deep Stuff" Is What I DON'T HAVE


: Bradford County Farmers Doughboys' Read Over There I THE "Fit


I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i
.dcf, dn ea' Mail.)-:Not.; "bests'-L' rbu "rlouwrk" ? \Is the literary -
the t >
1; ll// A MKE BRED: GILT; TilT IItnSfI.t': farn-. r will l-e provid i< i -hjppcr of strawberry plajtt.s. refreshment demanded by the American t-oldier* in France nowthat Follow the SUIt'IC',',0, ,.
1 H.\- I'VIl( toil The
4? : > -l'C'P"-' elides: and igi!."ranee un their part "...f our the war Is over and our boys are walilne to get back home. capeWhen "rfI', '
i and to the fact that very- with.. decided Intellectual views, all
irjriini-ms( an 1 identify:! soldier Is! a pt'rlo\l.io.mlndt.-d\ person .
;' t' There is a general of Florida impression that the among rats help uf the instructor grower consider straw! h rry reports to the contrary. He wants to make his way In the world. \ you fe'I 1 *.
the farmers The r theirROI' use The American Y M C. A. In France came
beyond are! taking cold
of bred hoc is ai d 1
tag pure taking the privilege of writing
: will taken light reading
be would like as
hears the renwrk groves of 300 doughboys, when asked what they and '
and one frequently of group your nose 1 h. "
king U advise
from the standpoint of ,;: you as many applied Mathematics
cannot be profitably matter. poke with one \olceand demanded books! on ] t
7 that "fine hogs" i up surely influei
got
VF fruit > ( as you may come in ce.n-
A.
tree growth prt C
raised and exhibited by the average ' !. They were no much In earnest about it that the Y. M
only will lecture be 1Z' \ with as to the follow.ng infi>rmj- Morri you and you shoul;
small farmer. and of decided to start Its first class In practical arts In France D H. few doses of I 11r v\ r<
ing/:: use
achievement Greeley
; > The following! of Club -pray and the mixing: many states and especially Flor son, formerly an Instructor In the State Teachers' College of Tonic and escape a

)' of a Bradford County to Pill correct lution. but the course -trawber,')' plants are regarded as Colorado, was sent for to take charge of the class loss of time in bed I, "r

: i i iI ie member will doubtlessstory seethe tual making! and using stock, and 1 are host plants of The first\ real Impediment to Intellectual research among the buck privates need at that time ai al"

I i this erroneous impression County Never in the hi"tor i scale insects: Cottony presented itself when it was discovered that there' wasn't! so far as fully well-and '
of 1818.
Late in the spring through the Bank there need for more ; scale, San Jose scale Rote any could find out an American book on applied mathematics in all
in it kills.
I ,t Agent Gunn bought bred Uuroc-Jervey beingused on the farm : and greenhouse ortherzia! France There were the French ones of oou"e. I but: none should be expected quinine n'

i '.,f r } of Starke a pure delivered to Carrie Ire will be full of helpful law under which the State to study French and Mathematics' simultaneously It really Isn't out mercy. The in.. f+
which
pig Green a farmer was girl, living on a small to-the-minute> ideas Board is operating is intended to i well to mix drinks from the fort of learning' In that w ay, Mr Morri appetite and resto. ... f
been prepared covering the growers; of this state from of textbooks and volun- magnesia acts on th
undaunted the absence
Starke. ,
son however was by
near "
farm
1 y..14 'I I of this pitsMia es! !giving!' detailed of insect pests: and : .....hl'h'ere wired for Immediately eliminating poisonmi .
i For the purchase money teered to teach without! them until the ones na
the bank her notefor gard to each course To fulfill this law it is neces. tions and making
Green gate could arrive from the good old USAf
the Dean of ;
to u
months at six per cent writing that strawberry plants toe in- i wholesome Dr. \\
eighteen
r ,ill interest annum. The pig! was fed Agriculture ,' by an inspector of the :State: Tonic i is a ready rJ' f

we II and cared per for according! the advice Board 1. and have a State Plant, ( Y" To Use Candy of a noted phy n(' ai, r
$& l lc of the county agent and at the age of CORN CLtB certificate tag attached ti."> f- Williams, of
QUJ:
WISStJST: ST : shipment made I IA shipment
J.\ days
IV-,I 1 ,t seven month and twenty-one I been extensively. .
r movement of plants off the
and nlnety-fi a Alcohol
,1 it weighed two hundred The exhibit of the on which they' are grown.t", To Fight grippe colds, chill i 1
pound n t
When the annual club contest was s the state fair was writing to the Nursery Inspector bottle at once and' ,

w7YC. r ,: held in November this pig was the given to the club an inspector will U sent I "Over There"Association make yourself imm rt.a,
1 a dollars Believing: !' ranged and the corn All druggists
first prize, of eight and :
M the plants without expense: !: "i",":
: that her pig' was as good BH any in the Each toy making an or can get it for
,(( t state this club member exhibited the I 10 ears of well]) growerYours. Men Will Fight Demon Rum With Proper bottle. Refuse a" 'JCll:

alJ l 1 animal at the State Fair and won fifteen individual dpla! very truly, I tdr

i'j ; j dollars as second prize When : ty club exhibits ) F. :\1. O'BRYNE. Method-The Sweet Tooth Compete Against 44yi + .
i.4t + I
December of't'rv fine corn
fair opened in ears .ee1e/
at e the county and.) 'Santa Nursery Wine Shop ,I4 LEGAL ::'i'(1'L r i {|
r this pig. was on exhibition \\891 the boys, _.: sItor'l L
'A dollars for first prizeThe counties having the + e .. 4.4. * .i..,. * .+. .
'.' awarded eight won by this pigamounted individual exhibits, 25 \' 1''*'' w -- NOTICE, /4 t
\, 'J ; t total prizes thirty-one dollars prize of $:5:; was won rR A.l\t' : Parts.-(By Man)-A sugar-coated the government has no idea of dump Six month mtttr ,lit '
to 1 IWT voucher and final
back
+ l The original purchase price of the count. Holmes county American Expeditionary Force \U the ing hundreds: of thousands! of men I O.o. A. Gardiner r. ACI ,.
l I month-, second of $20. into the United States after they County Florida,
pig and interest for eighteen: ideal now being striven for In the I ,: : ; and >' ,
.I I dollars and thirteencents JO: exhibits each, the have had milling I to do, but loaf for chum* a adminfitrat
HE SURE
t to fifteen H
.
amounts (nark time period of the armistice and ndvrhill drctmvtd.Th
I The cost of exhibiting including : going.: to Alachua boys and months To do this would be to create the flh' day of \..
f vaccination drayage!: and transportation ; of $15 to Polk county demobilization, with fighting gone a very unhealthy social and industrial I J. : roxB

i j (y, a amounts to J15R6., which prize. $15 was taken : the American fighting men suddenly condition in our own country. S-ft-Bmo aL,
Re of pig : and the sixth THOUGHT HIS turned Into a uniformed tourist.seeing
tv.
purchase price and
when added to There are drills and discipline
s ( Deducting Madison France. Peace, has been quoted ; NOTICE TO DEBTOR' .
I brings the total expense to $16.79. : the ;: county i as for many, the work of helping to put I iFnRoa
/ the total expense from the these counties had 15 often has ,victories and one of themis I All person 9ndebl.Cuher ,
a y leaven balance of twenty- boys secured the I to be the victory over the evil Influences France on her feet again. At tho I late' of H.rtf, 's
prizes won a TIME HAD COME the have more leisure tardy of Bradford r
time, men
+ wa 4 one, cents to the credit of the pig. I and Washington (' :; which besiege an idle army. fame I ar? resumed. to pay ,. .e
animal is now enjoying a quiet eighth, each showing C. and more chances to buy things and all p rvoru huh\ "
This In this campaign the Y. M A.
I'IL after the show circuit and.. I Bradford county .. ;; I the: they had before. tat hall flle the sac
If rest lit home bas planned the drive and the soldiers with the undvrMirtut' ) ,0 ,
r t r will doubtless give a good account .of 1,, prize for ninth best FISH NO HEI.IEtnm f are executing it. Incidentally, One of the most important thingsthe year from d.te ......>' TM x,
4'4'r' herself in the aged! sow or sow and litter ange ('our.tyI for I Y. MCA. to do during LarrdThu,
u next fair seasont the 1 clubs each had five *. Sl'-nltlSCi-t"EELS: LIKE the Y.1: C. A. has! !gone! Into competition expects I tH" *tnber I''. :
,f + class= worth 51 l5:;0a e with the wine-abop, as this: story the demobilization period Is to enter I RICH.
present time she is readily I M.VN :SINCE \K1.NG T\.N- will relate into active competition with tho \dmlniatrator. of ...., 6cased.

!, > a breed gilt. I Ie BlUln-OIW COUNTY French wine shops No, the Red Triangle I e
1 M 1.SHOGS : ( HE DECL,\RE J. During the period of demobilization,
AGE FARM I Is not going Into the saloon buainefls l. NOTICE OF APPLICATHUNDER ," ,
FAttMrrEHRFARM 1 the Y. :MCA. will have an even I otrlNOTICP

el HOW TO HOMfc: TIn; POHK! (IC. D. Gunn, ) is indeed doubtful if ther' is a greater. responsibility than It has had It Is planning to fight alcohol. SECTION in H ,InI tat

I r t The most striking known or more highly re-pected while the war was on. The soldiers with pugar According to medical experts I LAWS OF FI Ml \

Simple Method. Carefully Followed,I growth! of the hog in Knoxville Tennessee, than C. then had the inspiration of being In this Is the best kind of ammu- Hereby. notice i. "..

Yi >\ ill Insure Success ford county is the : "Cal.: as he is kn.wn to the fight-or backlog up the fightersto nition to use in a. battle against the 1"I purchaser. 14 and of 1"tax. ,IM sit...,

3 live hogs that are \' of friends, has been prom spur them on. They also were extremely more or less well know'n Demon. I Bradford County. F -

:'AiIQ ; j The home curing of pork present season Uukes i identified with the ice ream. busy and their time for recrt- Heavy drinkers don't care for sugar 1 171 1 and 174 .brink. d.' ,
Florida '
A. D lUlft and .
a N some difficulty to the average five cars of hogs lief business in that city atlon and for spending money was and heavy' consumers of sweets\ uu dated' tM 4th day or" 4
( K I farmer due to the mild temperaturewhifh these shipments did number of years, occupying a h.j flld the natd -' .
> r.ha
j the booze" So ply' e
limited. But there has been letdown ally by
A I most of tbjear e I a pas up
throughout 1 '
"ti' Mono Ice made ,
1 sS1'' prevails hogs Practically \' position with the applicati r.'
P t j Much I of, this difficulty may bovercome :>e I'tion the had Company In relating! his re- since the armistice was signed ing the soldiers with candy chocolate, accordance with lawFtwctixely I ,r
b in county
t f f't't t by observing a few precau I I more curs before the eXpl'flen'e.it.h' Tanlac. Mr. and the men In olive drab are waning chewing gum and cookies, the Y. M. Bradford county embracf F "- ," b

tions which in themselves! are simple, ''I'i7.e and quality of recently said: for transportation home. C A. expects to reduce the consumption -I of the U>uanct of r

f I 1 but.when neglected! are sure to result : this year is much one month ago, I had a se Idleness always men-S trouble and< of alcohol very materially.dlscualBg name respectively, hi.t nr
in 'quality or t the entire loss of the attack of what the doctors de forth to-wit:
;f ft poor dist year, and the Certificate No. 1 em -..
.t
t meat. The various processes are completely outlawed as acute indigestion, and for Southwest Quarter and i

cussed in bulletin 11 of the Universitldivision. and in a majority of days I was a very sick man. Y. M. C. A. Conducts I west Quarter of Sojth,aJTP .. .
c.f Florida extension The bulletin after I be. 4. S. R. 19 E.. lf>f ., .a v t
boars are being used eating one day, '
.
\\
f t l' is sent free to all who ask for it. is taken in the to experience a very full uncom- I atenCertificate, :No 1"! em u'.r
r y t It U of greatest importance that theo ; Starlce.Adv.'t' feeling in my stomach I had Classes While Men I Southeast (quarter of S a

kl I t. meat be thoroughly chilled before at BRADFORD'S [' had anything like it before and 115.! Tp. -. S. R. 20 E.. D't' .
To do this successfully Certtfleat No. 174 em brae j lay
to cure it. will for .
tempting I
.. never again, my tee of Northwest Quar.JnrthwcM .
should be done in a Wait For Discharge
: killing swelled from that -'
The sweet potato up so gas : Quarter of M
period of cold weather or ice must be 'far better than was hardly breathe My hands and !2. Tp -, S. R 20 E. '-

''i used. It is safer to have the ice at j cold and clammy and pulse I, MrlvinCertiflmta.
I size, uniformity and !got my ,
for if needed. I Atlanta, Ga. Dec. While\ the questions of Importance to :No 1'2 rrB
) hand' ready use better. Yields of 400 I felt like I'd give anything; in ; .'B at SE cor of N "nAT xrt
e 1 :Meat may be cured in brine known per acre have been I for one good deep breath. I soldiers and sailors tn the various :, the c m'I: attending the classes < Quarter, s.Jt aIn

r i i ai" pickling, or it may be dry cured. In farmers The local doctoring myself, but in spite camps of the coon'ry are waiting to 1 Spr. 1 'lUtorlcal topics will\ be !select 1 i", yds S 21' yd* fr f.'

i the former method a brine made "as? taking all the sweet medicine. I took. I continued. to be demobilized. ,iL ;. JI1 A given an '.u ,r discussion: and speakerswill AM acre Md. Sec E. J.34 McRacI Tp tan

,' ,. follows is recommended Salt, eight, ers have' for sale .. and begun!! to think my time opportunity tn take advantage of n- uorrowed from schools: and ... ..Id cert. '" .' n
pounds;, saltpeter two ounces; sugar,,, according to law ton "
: run lust year' larged educational prorrn" --irh colleges. to speak in the camps and ,* '
.. T the lath day !"
pints;; iitnnn
1' three cane syrup.
pounds or .
ment hut the product friend of mine told me about this ,. ', '
Pour this I will be operated in t! theY cantonments \\ my ffic n
'r' and brine 1&over gallons! the meat of water.after it has been sale that it has and I sent and got! a bottle and :M C A. It is also planned by the Y. :!d. C. the nth day of r>ec."..\
: \\cll I
staUishment taking it. can
'' i trimmed, cooled and snugly packed in ( it or not. but I began Sir you to im- In the Southeastern 0 J it, :A. to keep In touch with the meneven Il-\.SI.:! !S. ''C

clean barrels or boxes. which include the elates of Cr'orfda, [ after they leave the service This
HOG K\I:'ING ;.\ :; from the very start. By the 'offt'MDER
It is important that every part of the week I was all straightened I Alabama Florida. Mississippi. Louisiana will be done by correspondence, and OF SECTION 1PPIr 1Te- "I f fLAWS 'I''1'e' si'n'n\

i i.. the meat be well) covered by the solu- IN :sf\v( .\ again and now that I've' taken. Tennessee North Carolina and will be undertakes In the cases of OF FI tags' ,

tion. A ten pound ham should stand bottles, I feel' like a new man. I j South Carolina Prof A. :'1. Souby, department ,illiterates and naturalized Americans Votlce !I. hereb. >e A'

t in the brine about forty days, and af' Ceo Burnett, was forgotten all about the indiges I educational director, has advised unfamiliar with.. the English: language.The wright purchaser "n'' r'ha '
ham day. The showirjr a deposit slip dated the 4th day
t fifteen pound examined sixty week National) Bank for ?">; and can eat just anything I want. a plan to better prepare the sol- city Y. ;M: C. A. secretaries" will filed said eemflermade ''sMrdanee
brine bhould be .
every
just beats anything! I ever civilian aid thIs'ork.. apphcat> r .,
I of it of Burnett & Hil diets for \ life when they are in ,
as there is always !some possibility with law ->
y CIS' i its souring\ and spoiling the meat. If had received' l a< )' Nearly everybody< in mv neigh! discharged. from the service Since the signing! of the armistice the following deter
F7 s 4 Mr Burnett () is taking Tanlac and! they are Under Mr of the duties of the Br.dlord'Ount,.. FSouthwest '
the brine becomes sour remove all of ers ) it." ;, Souby's! new program camp soldiers are Quart" .''r T

It, and pour a freshly made solution l heat hogs as! a money is! sold in Starke bv C. P educational activity the number of not so strenuous and they naturallyhave See 8. Tp. <1<. S R :. I a
'; over the meatThe Says these forty-two druggist classes in various subject. will be Increased more time at their disposaL This The said land U vn, .
and registered .
: by one ,
firm not less than the "incuanc of '.1<' r ,
$
r" 1 1 dry curing!!: method l is describedas )' town in Bradford county. Adv and speakers nil! be exchanged time will be used to advantage by at- Fnknown. Unit* .a ,
follows: After the meat hm been ensv money, as the - by the different camp, all of them tending the new Y. :!d. C. A. classes Itemed a""ordn"" < M
t '!t 1 a thoroughly pooled place each piece on Hildreth is going; in ; OFRC7 flERE C.\LL- ,thereon on the .,,t"i ta.* ,,
f clean, bleached muslin cloth about ing in connection lyitna my "ffi' a ',
') ,. a a yard) square, or an opened flour sack, Live Oak Democrat lliliOl': 1 thr Kth day of rw_i ,I
t Y. M. C. A. NEEDS ONLY VAST AMOUNT OF
after covering!' the cloth with newspa- Chorus ,;:,'.t" n4
,
pers. Place the ham or shoulder skin- SFK HKHIJIK IN I I }<-.

f, t side down on top of the papers and apply :\O\'E I of Arc, Joan otrc, I STRONG MEN OVERSEAS II GUM CHEWED BY 1:,:" ,st. ii' ++

,
t the following: eyes, from the skies !see! the 1
To fifteen pound ham. take 1 teacup Bradford County ,
I, 't a ? Chronic Constip I'
.
C of granulated sugar. 2 teaspoons Sta.ke. Fla. see the drooping Fleur-de- MEN Of A. E. F. : fr4'
of black pepper, and, 1 tablespoon ofcavenne Pear Sir:-In you Candidates for Duty Over There Must This disease: is -ar T |
1 Place all which wife ? 'on by bad habits. ,Ls:-
c' pepper in a vessel per my B* True Leaders -
r and mix thoroughly. Rub this mixture I noticed an article ) you hear the tears of Normandy Christian neat cure you must av! ,

mto the meat until every part Cummins l: was showing ? Y. M. C. A. Supplies 77i/a Tons of the its. In the meantim 'rlain's '

x has absorbed i all it will, doing the work ripe straw berrv that of Arc, Joan of Arc, Atlanta, Ga, Dec.-What\ type Country's Favorite "Jaw Developer"to Tablets.agreeable They 8'. ..' "fI

thorou hly. .After this application, the month of 'our spirit guide us through; of men are now needed as Y. M C. A. Soldiers' lrx.On' and most quarter.-.4''
'e fold<1 the cloth entirely around the meat to state that Colorado lead your France to victory; of MonthThatWu I only cost a _
workers overseas: T Only men established -
being! careful every piece is well covered it is a very much of Arc, they are calling you. 16.320,000 Sticks) AND
and) hang in a cool placeMent Florida. Christian character culture I LEMONS WHITEN
: that has. been' cured in brine Yours THE S SKI I
and
of'Chamber. and leadership ministers men BEAUTIFY
the Real Valur
Paris Dec' I (
will have a better flavor if it is smoked By Mall.)-The Y,
s after it has "been dried' bv hanging in :?:1a I< S. Tejon Street lain's Cough Remedy who have, had experience in religious M. C. A. furnishes most of the chew.

1 a cool place Hickory chips: or hard Colorado Springs first learned' of the true value work In the church! and the ing gum for our soldiers and sailors Make This !Beautv iota|

t .. maple, with corn cob. make the best Cough Remedy sev Young Men's Christian Associations Face.
smudge for this work. Pine or sofe ItEG.IRDING '\ } years ago when we lived near oversea For one month's delivery Cheaply For Yccjr

woods. should not be used. :-; HI.\IIFItm: Hill, this state" writes ;Mrs.:\ In addition to this particular group recently It ordered 774 tons of Amer Arms. Neck and Hands.At .

f, 1laloneIoberlr.: :Mo. "At that of men, all of whom would naturally ica's favorite Jaw developer.

< FUMI.KTOTTrM: \flUcn.-; I had a severe cold and an an- When\ one speaks! of chewing Ilori
Quality for but leadership there is a nn .
TfR\L ('OLLKI.FTen : : cough I got a bottle of Cham- in tons, the human mind starts to the cost of a imaJ]J. 1>>

I Mr C. p. Gunn, County Cough Remedy and after I call, according to information lust received mlu fire and skid, for It takes considerable nary cold cream one can prepares'' :

: Oay :Short Course Will\\ FUftin on !larke, Fla. a few and doses of it felt my better.cough from New York for educational gum to weigh 2,000 pounds quarter pint of the most aundm ''wp:

: I : j January :'evpnthI }Dear :Mr. Gunn: I one up bottle my of lungs it and by then administrators! such at. school superintendents There are 16,320,000 sticks !in 77u mon skin softener and the<" jfltt

: t, had entirely disappeared. high school and !grade' principal tons. beautifier by squeezing :' *
atwining
I The Farmers'! Short Course which 210. POl'ND .* and college and university. professors Figuring the length of a stick of two fresh lemons tale a s1
} will be held at the University of Flor, three ounces .>f errs' ;
: gum as three Inches, this ,:.II
means 48- '
.t ida Gainesville. Jan. .-1., has J been 4 With\ corn above 50 should be taken u.n
9 Strong Withstand the Winter There II'l st'll' a call for Rood chauf- 960.000 Inches of gum Dividing by rare ,
the needs of
planned to meet the busy their heads oft'"ery cloth sr :
fine
Better Than the Weak f, irmechanician: and entertainers 12 we have 4.0SO.OOO feet of the through a f
"I>t{( farm man or woman There are no hat takes' two or three ,. suo-! this lotion .."'
entrance requirements, no tuition or or,1,,n! feed never have Health. Strength and En- vpr"'a du',. all of whom must culent sticks. \\lIenrou\ : reduce this iet in, this wnma Ma

': fees, and board with room in the dormitories When you are ,) to fight Colds> Grip and Influenza. b.; "if good! m".',,'! character to miles you have just plain 771.8 for months. Every ">

,\ oIl will be provided at $1 I per .shoot- "n food, begin your blood is not In a healthy 1 it' I- sated ".1\1 the Y :M C A. plus.But emon Juice i i. used te
j day. Comfortable;) accommodations Thomas'' H"g Medicine and does not circulate properly 1 no toner in need of such men as even more! stupendous! figure! move such blemishes "

r' J can" be secured in the city at reasonable ly and witch:. your )' is unable to withstand the '- >-"hmi-r
rY a rates into fat hogs in nine cold." ,-- Jtore,room! clerks bookkeepers! number of "Jaw.miles" that this much softener, whitener ana > n S

The course will be a very practical 1I'0Jnjr.11) o\er 200 \'E'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC nportation, and constriction super gem represents It was found Just try it! Get thre.. aJ'

A i; one, much of the time being devoted ugh( at 240' pounds< !\ the System Against Colds Grip\ iatendents. carpenters, electricians, the average man of phlegmatic! that orchard white; at any dr"'. !I:>r
!: to actual practice and demonstration! rage feeding; ) a M instead of lertur- plumbers. How"ver. a number it" high 70 times a mInute, this\ .*
y I 1 work. For example he B. A. Thoma- { I a quarter pint cf ;i'
< .. lag! about the structure of a pi war investment. Try the weU-Vnown: tonic prop grade stenographers, accountants and while an energetic, hard-workJng. ambitious ant lemon lotion and ma"s:>:

J spraying! machine or tractor the farn 'Logs on this plan and of Quinine and Iron in a form emotion picture operators can be well young man will make 80 roundhips nto the face, neck, arm : ..
i themselves will dismantle the Y. M. 0. A. overseas at with his Jaws In the t'
s ers adjus more than pleased we to the moat delicate stomach used by same lengthof is marvelous to smoother (II
i t I '1 and repair the machinery: under thJ .11Sold the medicine. pleasant to take. You can soon feel this time. ( time. It handAdv.f t .

t direction. of competent mechanics Ii, by P.. S Jones, .Invigorating EJecu 60c. I
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

DAY. iiirrir\inEIt. 27.. 1918. k'e7v'

STAKKK: BOY) S.\\"' GEIt\I.1N: I IEt..,tlittn durlnir month .....__.......
"'' WOUNDED MEN DERI ______
1 WH Unrrnnto' uwtioil during month .. 11.20tinlnnev
, GRAND:> 11.1:11'l1IWI': : : j Dwt. I I. I IH _.-______.________ 115.14 4
I Olnlrlct No. I1. 'll

MAP | jO Starke represented lit the surrender Balance Nov. t. 1IU4' __._ .__ ___._____ 811.311 ,
DRAWS THE YIE DAY DREAMS was | k.'eeipta i during month ______________ 8.64 {
HUNGER of the high nous elect which i ilompriscd WiirriiutH. Laurel during month___.. ,

the greater part of the lor- 1, Ualaniv n..... 1 1. IUIH _.__________._____ ag.Bft
mnn navy.Vm.. T. Cioolsby. from I>l.lrlrt No. 11llnlnnco
I I Nov t. 1U1S ____________n 2S0.H1I..h.
if
Restored i Health and Vigor In whom the Telegraph! hits published Ictti i .," durinic. month ___.__..___.__ 8.61
,rs Ht'Veriil, tithes, now writes that hu VVarmntfl IHHUO. | durinir month ..____
Red Cross Convalescent can li.seloHO his whereabouts. He is I linlaiipo D..... 1. IftlH __________._______ 248.02
aboard the 1 which,I' ninlrlrl N. 12.2
Homes. battleship> Tcxns. n/ilnnoo Nov. I. IOU _.______________ 87.S5MinilitM
Ins. been oil the I coast of Scotland for II I durlnir. month ____._........
Famine Conditions r I the post: ten months. and saw the Cor'man : | Warrant l.*m \ hips when they steamed in flying; Itiiluncu P...;. I. 10111 -. .._-_.______... 07.31 n f If

c Food 5hortg c
partially distributed bits of shrapnel of NovemberIth:! and is as follows : Itiswiiiui. durlnir. montii _____._.___.._ 8.70
Serious Food Shortage t t I 'ourvol'kll. The wounds have i Warrant IHHIIOI. during month _.___... 10.00(
from ) Will write you n few lines to lot you llnlHncv I Di-c I I. 11118 _________________. 114.77 ,
/taffldent Present Fond SuppIy healed. The wheels go 'rouud again/ hour from, me. Now that the war in I HIMrlrt No. IS.llnlnncti >?

1! 1 cun tell where am stationed.I Nov. 1 I. HUH\ ________.._____ 118.8 i
But Futllra Scrlbur tJt and) the clock tick. .
YdrFeeples _______ _
i ,, I..r.I boon in Kfci'lpt due nIl month __. __. .Ut(lvtiirruntii '
\ Scotland for
already receirrl .( l '''1 1Nntcan | But It doesn't keep correct time. over ton inioil i durinir month ...... .
aici ,P ?- I months. Our larval two \is", nt Kosyth, llnlnnru tI..". I t. intt .___.___u_.____._ I10.1J ,0'
1 , Ibis business, of calling "Time I" on |I Scotland where wo lay /anchor with I lil.lrli-l No. 10. .

Urltaassiried c P _. .. ti "vnECOMBEA I the Roch means so many broken clocks) the Itiitish (Grand Kloot. I "saw' thesurlendpr PnlnnriNov.. 1. lOll -_______________ 108.85Kiffiiit
g durlnir month _._____. ..81)VAmrimtH
I nowadays that time muster-menders I of I the I (termini High Seat", 1..Ut..1 luring month-.______ 1.80 .
\ I can't keep them on their tables afterthey're Fleet Nov; l>I..t. That was n great\ llnlnnc.IVc I 1 1. H'1H' _ ._.. un. 101.85
L 1916 \ } day over hero but all of the American DtNtrlrt No. If. y
A mended. So the question h"retbe ntlaner, N,,.. I I. HUH\ .__ .______.____ 84.1 414
shall sit around while they're being buys wore dixhoartoned I when they Riri>tpin during. month ________....... ..38VVurrHiilM p
,, heard l of the surrender. for we worolooking heard ilurlnir month ._____.. ..00Ilil.nnCf 's
.t: 1 1.t+ rt'gulutllooms largo '. for acal battle with them. ; n..". 1 I. IIMN ..___._____ 28.80 I
?.: f I t The Red Crosit answers that ques lll,lr-> No.: II.
tonVltli\ Its convuIcHceut homes. It \\ hnIIlIiI,'.! till'nrth:: Sea moretiuut llnlnnriNov. t t. 1UIH' _. .. __-._____. 68.67 i
once looking for them. U.Ti-li.tM during. month .________.____.. ,48 '. r't
pe45N 1'1 t has six of thceo In operation. A suitable Well vv iirruiitH IHHUOI,! durinic month ...... ;
A V plmo Is found-somatliues donated /as we nro 1111 rlthl'OllJ.11: over IliilnnccDic.. 1 I. HHit _______________.__ 60.18
4mRAIN i ( h"I'1' are looking to come back HUlrlrt' No. 1) I
uud and, Ulu-
; management e<| across nt any ,day. I have hud the Knlancp Nov. 1. H>M _________ _______ 58.28ICii'ifptn
\ men are provided by the lied Cross, j pleasure] seeing London and! othercities 1 ', durinic, month __ ____n_. 008 r fa1Vnrn
while the Army bus furnished discipline ! o1.. IHRIIPI. tlurinic. month ... I
in 1'nJrlnnll11111: also. other countrios. \Itntniu-e Mor. I I. HMS ..__ .._____--.._ 68.81 .
and a never-falling supply of (01100"alellcellt | '' I haven't m much time to spore l\Iot lrlrt No. J'>. '.. "

,.. 1 will Itirianpii Nov. I I. H>1H __._____________ 51.73KontplH (. .
land| ('Io..l'Vilh best wishes to __._____ .1.
These Immes that who I( during: montharrnntn _... .
\ 'N K SM v.SH4vn mean men j j, the people in the good\ old\ U. S. A. \\' IHHIIIM) ilurlnu. mwth.._... ..e
'r' IA are scarcely hospital subjects, yet who j llulnncv !I"". I. HUH ___ _.. ___- 54.78 fi I e
can by no means go back to their duties II l lU.trlrt Nl. 21. "
/ I I For n Sour Stomach Iliilnncn Nnv. I. HUH ._ _-__._________ 11.81Kcvil 1 :
tY have u place that does what Eat .>tn dinlnic miinlh -. --......... 1.l"(1
'I' "home" linen for tho French or Kngllsh sparingly particularly of moats \\ errmne lHiui>d ilurinic' month ...... \ 41" t ",
MED/ aol.II..r. what "homo" does for I miisticato! your food thoroughly and llnlnnro. n..". 1. HUH -. -- ----------..- 1431: (I + pb',
take one of Chumborlain's Tablets' niter 'Dlnirlrt, No. 22. 1" '
anyone, In fact when the doctor nets llnlnncf Nov. I I. 10IS 1501KiciMiU t
8I1pp..r.-Allv. -- '-'- ------- ii.\ .
through., diiilnir month -.___.-__ ._____. 4.BO \>.:
I \\nrniiita' InHiii'd. ilurlnic. month ...... \
1 I You know. Ho says : "You're all FINASTIAI. STATEMENT: Miilnnru. 11..". 1, HUH ----' -----.-.-- 19.00Illplrlrt
r right now It's only a matter of nursing Monthly rtnmiciiil ntnti>mi>tit of nrndfurd : No.: 23. v V. .
county. for the month of Novpmbor 1D1S. Ilnlniiro Nov. 1. HUH _._______.__n__ 6154 )..of
SAAFRICA ", and food. .moral; Fund Heci'lpU diitlnir month ...__- ---___... 10 I)(JVVnrmiitB .'
But you know he's only looking at llalnneo Nov 1. 11)18 .._-..__-- -------11411s2! l beard. during. montii ___.___. 1"' ."7 -' "t
the works he's tinkered and that tile IlocoJpta durtnir month __n._-_._____ ftAJ.4ffl llulnnco l>ec. I I. (HUH -_.-_. ___________ 14811\ :'
l>lHlmn. ..'monia during, month n________1141.61V Dl.lrtM No. SI.llnlnnco v.1 .
soul within you' In grousing as It never Butane I>or. I. lOIS .___ ___ _______ 37023 Nov. 1. HUH. ________________ 10S.27Idcolptit '!I-.
did when tho body was down and out Finn and Forfeiture Fund durinir. monthVuriiinM _..______.....
Rnlnnrc Nnv. 1. I'M'\ \* ._ ...__.___._____S2B1 MItacpfntA > \ I..lied durinir month ...... 'f p,
It and doesn't
wants something It during mnnth __________.... .02 llnlnnco Dec. 1, I01H ________.___._____ 10827
food mnp of Europe tOIl Ii) shows sent of government the little nation's glons with conditions most serious In know what It la Hut If It doesn't gal DiIn l iinu>m>nt> during month __________ Sl 3 llrtIialnnr Dl.lrlrl' No. 25.

... ________.__ ..______________ 2t 24Iloeutpt5
In which the fu first thought was to express her gratitude rinlnnd.Hohemla. It pretty quick the works are going to D. 1, Isle _____4\1611.88( Itatniico Nov 1. IIMS
la single country rt?
Road, Fund |i ilurlnir month ____.___________ BUI
does not hold threat of serious to the Commission for Relief In Serbia Roumanfa and get gumiiiud again. You know your I tlnlnnco Nov. 1. 1911 .__._______.____. -2111.01H.oc'hilw It ml rim' .ale iMHilrd iliirinir. month ......
fultles and only a small part which Belgium for preserving the lives of Montenegro, have already reached the mother could llud out what that dog : : durlnir month . -__ 21027 llnliincp Ileo I I. IIUS .__ _________ :8.16 li
and, heavy I I I lUHlmrMomofita; ; ililrlnic: month :=:=::1572.80llnlanrr : 'nun art N.. 26.Unlanre ,-j1lu ,
Dt rapidly l approaching the famine millions\ of her citizens. t".nlne.. point ore Buffering a gone thing Is right: away and hand It i I Die. 1 I. tilts _ _ -- .-.__ __1(1110.Ill( Nov I. HUH __ __ ______. 111 OJ
With the exception of the Germany, on the other hand need! toll of death The Armenian population to you on (a plate But General l'er- I I I Oiil.t.ncllnif. Fund Iti-ri'lplH( during liiimth, .-_ _____ ._______ 601Uuriiitxn

line only thus countries which not figure In such a map for Ameri- Is fulling each week as hunger shlng/ won't let you go to her. Hiilnnr' Nov. 1. nun ,-_. --------___ s.l>.4't issued ilurlnir month ...... ,
t Albania I I n.II.I. iliirlnir. month _ .___. 87.10 llnlnnru' 1 IHo. I. 10IH __ .______-.-..--. 13205 ',' ,
Its and In Greece -
Indication takes ,
because there Is toll \\ won't let her yr4w
nialntulnt'd marine commerce cans no present' And the IIr Department tll.h"pm.nle during month .._______. Hl.trU-t No. 2'1. 4y'v
gullk'Ivnt food supplies to meetI that we shall bo called on at all and Knumunlii so serious are the food'I come to you I Kuliinco n,..,. I. all N-------- 317.SO: llnlnnc N..v I. HUH ____n___ .. 211 70li.ctipl
I ni'ud) until next harvest andIn to take t thought for the food needs of Hhortagfs that famine Is near Although Then )'''u're taken to a Rest Cross l I Ifl.I..... F ;'d------ daring' month _._____________. ,all f ,,
i, nHlnnc NIIV 1. HUH" _ ___ _____ 01)!.77 Wnrrnnl. |1".lIe.1| during month ______
the. I'krnlne with stores accu- OE'rmliny. Germany probably can care starvation Is not yet Imminent" convalescent home--and there Is tba nrriptx|| ilurlnir. month h ____-______ m nil Hnlnncu n..... I. HUH ._________________ 2U.I18
fcted on the farms there !Is famine for her own food problem' I If she Is Italy, :Switzerland: Bulgaria and Turkey very thing, you wanted 1 Hut youcouldn't I PlHlMimi'nunlM during. mnnlh .. _______ fifl.31 lll.lrlol N.. 2H.llnlnnce rvj&
mind, Is enabledto In the throes of serious stringencies. Kiillinco lte| 1. 'HUM' __-. ____ ___ _ 5(101( Nov I. HUH _.______________ 6.100.
of to are -- -
hi' centers populutlon. given access shipping describe. then
large, It even to save _
| ppermhrr. 4. IOIS.I Itect'ipti ilurlnir. month n ________... > Ay
plglum( nnd northern \France naas distribute food to the cities with ;your life. Mrnilfiinl roiintv. Wnrrnnlii owned, during monlh ..___.

Serbia appear on the hunger/ dense population! which are the trou- In order, to fulfill America's pledge! It Is a bit of coddling, and pretty I Slnt' of KtorMiiI llnliinca. Dec. I I. HUH -______.____.__ 88.DO1)1.1.I.t ''' *,J!

distinct from the rest of Europe ble centers. In world, relief we will have to export surrounding: and, women's faces, and I the hiTi'l.crrtlfy ftwolptn Hint and limo DlKliimrmontii fon-irnlnir. ulalimintnf of .|t'lu> lliiliini.<- Ni.v .I. HUH No._____29._____.____ 22.1: W1* f

age they stand In a different rela- England France, the Netherlands every ton of food which can be handled light\ laughter and. lime to play and all fiunlH. t>f Itrndfonl county for thn month of Keci'lptx. during. month ___.__
from the other nations to the peo- and Portugal all of which bare been through our parts, This means at Nmomlior. tills' I. true. and, corroct to the liiiit Wnrrnnln humml iliirinir month-...... Fin
that sort nf thing. It !Is forgetting the
/ / iir my knowli-ilK nnil bollvf.W. llnlnnco Dec. I, HUH'' __ _______..-.____ 2223
f the United States. America hits maintained from American suppll..s.have the very least n minimum of :2OAN< OIJOO crash of war and remembering that j T. WEEKS.!' I DUtrirt No. 31.llnlnnri. 4

[four jwirs maintained the small sufllclent food to meet Immediate tons compared; with O.IXKHMIO tons prewar '- there are pleasant soft voices. It'seven 1 Clerk of the Circuit. Court. Nov 1. IKIH _ ____ ____.__ 28.75
and : (seal) Itrmtforil' County.Dy . Itieeli'lH durlnir. month. --- -.----- r n
rations of Belgium/ and northern needs) but their fututre presents serious exports 11H-OXK tons exported such sofa '
things us gttlly-flowere| !
R. A. VVEKKS: Vvnrmntn I.uutl. I durinic. month -------- y ;
fee and Is already making/ specialS difficulties. Tim same Is true of last year, when we were bound pillows to inn Into n corner and make I I I' Deputy Clerk llnlnnco Ih. .a. I I. IOIH n ______..__-. 2M.15 k. .
to rare for their Increased Spain and the northern neutral coun by the ties of war to the European a nice lolling place while you read lisimb.r 7, 11)18.Hrndrord ) .

-the-war needs which with those trll's-S'orwny.: Sweden, and ncnmnik" allies. FINANCIAI. STATFMFNT COI'NTY SCHOOL ('minty.
and Hinoke and 'alk. It's sIlpixTs. Instead slut uf Klorldii y'
pcrblu, rniiHt be Included ID this -whose ports hove been open mid( who If we fall to lighten the black spotson o. trench boots. or daydreams i 1 8tip,*rlnt<>nitont'ii'' FUNDS monthly flnnncinl ntnlp- I i I hereby certify that the forrsotnN.talrment
la the and have been, able liuw to the hunger If uWow of the Krcelptn and UnltuniomenU. . of the fund
are urgent extreme to some degree map or we any In place of the nightmare of killing. mont of Hrnilfnril' rounty for the month of .. fur the month of NovemberIUIH
of llrnitfonl! unty
i' >
have Immediate IU-CINIIG darker the Novemnrr IfllR.
relief.
; upon foreign supplies. portions to very to tho beat of my r
and cornet
In true
I' gratitude of the Helglon nation Most of Itusdla Is already In the peace. for which we fought and bled 'I <7.n>rnl' !Hrhnnt' Fund. kn.wiedgo.nd belief.
Ttnlnno .
Nov. I. IUIH' )'',.; m
he help America! has extended to throes of famine, and, 4O.OOO.OIX( ) ( people will be threatened. Revolt and anarchy NO SEALS SOLD THIS YEAR. Ii-o..li>li.< durlnir. month __._ __ ___ __-.4'-n2.u0 E. R. I'OPPELU

( during the war constitutes the there are beyond the possibility of Inevitably follow famine. Should this I I I Warrnntji iMiued durinic month ________1Aft!> 4.< County Siipprintpndvnt. of I'ubllo Instruction K t' '
1 Hnlnnce Poo. I .. .. _
MIIH'
gent appeal for us to continue our help. Before another spring thou happen we will sea In other parts ofKurope The customary sale of lied Cross I I| l'I : ,:.ttN'';: 1.:' .301K'4" I Bradford County

there The moment the German sands of them Inevitably must die. a repetition of the Russian debacle Christmas seals will tot be held thin llitlnnce Nov 1, nun ______________.___ 14307)) --- ---- ----

eg withdrew) from her soil and she This applies as well to Poland and and our fight for world peace year It seemed. best to both the I Ri-ci'lpt Wurranlii durinic Lund during mnnth, month_____________.._...._ 6.711 I 10 UGH CALOMEL MAKES M..,

lentabllhhed once more In her own practically....... throughout the! Baltic re- will have been In vain. Amerlcsn Ked Cross and the NationalTuberculosis llnlnnru 1>..... I, "I'll) _ ____-?_..__ 144.7'1 I YOU DEATHLY SICK
- -0.= I
---- -- Dlitrlct
-- ---- ----- No. t.
- .
- - --- - -- .
AHsoclutlon unite In
.- to Hnlnnci Nnv. I. uil'l' ____.. ... 7 7j I
MOTIIRKjiothor The fruitinir trees destroyed in senseless THE CLAM: the Hiil 1 Cross (ChrlHMuus Itoll Cull to KocciptH ilurlnic. month __.______._.__ 2.82
I. hate. redui-e the number of npiM-nI to lb.publlc WnrrnnlK 'IHHIIKI) durlnir month ...... Stop Using Dangerous Drug
In the I llnllinre. 11..., 1 1. 1 I'M* __ __.__.__.__ Ill.HI
when I read each tender I Oh, mother these I saw as in trance, When the Crocodiles are singing for. contributions, There will Dlitriot No. '. Before It Salivates You '.

phrnse, I.And others that my lips dare not relate Wildwood he no lessening of activities by theNational Ovordrnft Nov I. HUH ______________ 111.711
:hroblunir line of love write And the Alligators twitter in the I Tuhi-rciiUiHbi Association 11..1 Ipt., iturlnir month ______________ 14ft 27 I It's Horrible. R.
you .
Warrant Imiuoil. ilurlim. mnnth __.___ U 40
Ito me II' I Oh think if we hud lived in Belgium Glen; through this umingi-ment, as t th. KeilCm Italanee f>.*... 1. ItMS' ._._ .-_______.__-_ HI.II ,
fiirt !grows sud and oft I then! When the lordly, Tiger Cat.inJ1I .", War Council has appropriated) Dl.lrlrl No. 4. I You'ro bilious sluggish, constlpnti il
jthe days If France had been our home! Oh! love duets with the Gnat ? ,", RatanNov 1, Isle --_. -:________ 23:1.P81It..I..I. : I|
fur
$ ,1 HI.INK/ ) iintl-tiiherculoslH workIn and believe iwd vile, danjjeroJi
durlnic month ..... you
God, on high, And the Bold :Mosquito roars within ---- ---- t I
at lust I shall sail o'er cOul..1 1MU! lu lieu of the money that ordinarily \Varrnnlx' IHKIIOI. during month ______ :\ill nn calomel: to start your liver anti clean
tack to you and home and To picture you the toy of brutish men. his den. would I be raised by u Christmas Ilaliinee' !)..... I, IKIS ____ ___._______n__ SO'11(5:
I love 'Our( homo destroyed, my loved ones IHalrlct No. 5. your bowels.
Jice I ursed the fate that placed(! left to die! When the festive, jungle-haunted Elephant Seal, (CiiiuiHiliin. 1\"w'vl'r.\" every person Rnlitncp' Nnv I. JU1H __ : BA.| I Here's my Kuarantec! Ask your
T I see nt last the why joining the Krd Crass during theIced 1I..e..I"" iltirlnumnnth. ----------------q for bottlo of )IJod- 4
I me here. sre; reason Wnrrnnlii druggist a CO cent
Imiiiixl 1 ilurlnic .....
month .
I aught a vision from 'above \Ve must not forget the little things of Lightly leaps in merry glee from CI-OMS C'hrlMtyiiii' Itoll (1111 will be HnlanoF 1>..... t. IftlH _____________.____ 6fl.7 I son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful +
Btoe1! .1 t >i\ heart with patience, life twig to twig; awarded tvu souls to be used I us hvretiitvr l.lrlrl No. .. If it ilffin't liver
Moth. h'ur. And dry our tears and stifle every cry.OYhat..vt'r And the childish Antelope *. f>vi.rdrafl!, Nnv I I. 1HI8 __._____._____ 17.21! tonight. start your
U.T.'itH| during. month ____, _.___ _. '.00 and straighten you right( up butter
ni. rhnught"VMM' dark and \ pain may i isaue from thu Cries because hi" can't elope Wnrrnnta INHIIOI! iltirlnir. month ....__ r
calomel without
|fu .' wrongs, strife. With the stately George T. Skunk, the THE RED CROSS CORDON. Ovi-nlrnrt' IJM. 1 I. IIIIH .. .._ . _______ 11.21| than and griping or
II' i armed und work undone, Why we must battle on with ne'er :i forest {>ri". lll.lrlrl' No.7. making you sick I want you to K
Piilnnoo Nov. 1 I. r, ,in _.___._____..___ 110 \101I..rhl. buck to the Btonand get
thought mon-
M. II'I N'hoes .i'f the old home \ ; your
An American, Red Cross worker who luHnir month _________m ,4fJ ,
..tli But Victory! :Nor: stop to count the When the MuHk-roui Canary seeks its Wiirrnnln 1..1 l | ilurlnic month ._____-_ 12 AH" ey. '
, 1 cost was among, tlioxe volunteering/ ,to helpIn Balance I)..... I. I'MH .
: viiiii li.\niif! faces.|ono prey. "n -------- 1117 7'iIllnlrlrt !! i Take cnlom"! today and tomorrow
I h Until a sweeter Liberty is wrought And, the Dine-clinK and the Whim- tin1/ boHplinls.. an.1It. / the station No. H.
will feel weak and nick. and
Hu tinrtNnv. __ __ you nuu-
I
1. IUIH M94HMVoHpla
v i r'. Pie,' -. that I could! not From out the old which was so nearly whnm bay the moon ; when. the hospital. trains arrived, over- lurinic; month __ _. ____.---- 1 seated llon't lose a day's work. Take
"IISI lost. And( the ficble-mimli' Ants hen id Home of the wounded. talking Wnrrnnln Innunil. ilurlnu month ..___.

.rrpil. they have no pants, /about' Iliu American lied Crass Huliincv. l lc .1. 11!>1M ,_ ___ _--___ 9e.9i1! u spoonful' of harmless vegetable Dod-
worry tears And the Lions madly dance the Kiga- ..t ;.... \Wd starved, If 1 DUIrlrl No. V. ,Hon's Liver Tone tonight and wake up
eel 'I' "ri .1 t my head upon your your u It hadn't Nalnuoff MIIV 1. lots _____ ______ 71.75'1rcrtuto
knee, For after while, God willing I'll re- doon. been for t the Ited CroHMl" mild one 'buy, ( ilurlnw month ______ feeling) jrrfat. It's perfectly harmless -

,(1, hI:: hitter loneliness depart. turn. and l then laughing i.t: his own exaggeration Warranla 'luiiod. luring. month.______ so give it to your children any

|p-th war had brought out bittern We sacrifice today that through the When I snw those things at night/ he went on to explain. the clrcnioHiiinceH "Hnliinro I'i'
n, years I Po you think I cheered the sight' under welch the, Bed. CroH* Dalnnce Nov I. loll _n ___._ J29.H4 eat anything afterwards ((11-4))
I discipline that cut me to the We may enjoy the peace for which we Of the water wagon when it came in repn-entntlVH with bis ,dlvlxlon had.
raw yearn. view ?

< t unjust that promised no re- Forget all cares forget all minor Well you've Rot' another think iliine HOIIIV of timely. (>..rvl<'e. The, mans, coarse, were to blame for
dre)!, things, I went and took another drink
jth the ,hangeless' military law. 'Today we labor and tomorrow we rest. :|I they retreated HO rapidly'' '' that It was
We fight for Mother And I bid the water bus a fond adieu ,tl ough the days I heard the homo every as she sings prui supplies> .

lingall.. Her babe to sleep upon her throbbing! But in house to keep up with the pursuing American' ; Export Trade
boarding
my one day
3 your pleading! eyes and heard breast; ]! .
your voice. We battle for the womanhood of earth ', I was struck with stark dismay, "We cleaned up seven kilometers In

|'d to come, I prayed to cheer For Liberty for Honor, for Right. |i I And I waved the water car so here II lest than two hours,' another recliningflgurr

|you all.rpunion, Be proud, oh, )Mother dear that you I am; explained "and they w.re mill .i Latin America r

I let your hearts rejoice. gave\ birth I looked into going when I was knocked out. For ..
I plate aghast
eless seemed the changeless To one who lived to enter such a fight.OUJ my = What Sells Here Sells There
I had had
.name we played And I signed/ the pledge at last three duys nothing to eat y

r:t'ss (tabor unremitting' drill. ( YANKEE:'; DOODLE. BOYS IN:'; I For in my plate of Chowder lay a but bard. tack and l for some days before Manufacturers
pifd 'twould I the food I hud) been monotonous. wishing lo market their products in I dim America will w
be far
better had
I FRANCE:'; clam.SWEET .
rayed to put, It mildly. Ho you can Imagine be benefited by communicating with our Export Bureau.Ve can sell ii

E'' with who love and need I what It meant) to US, buys' to buve the, n
you Tune : LITTLE mJTTKKCL'P good llirouph',
me still. ( : Yankee Doodle) Ited 'TONS I tiorduu. come up( with n HII[" :' your our 1
The
I her! I caught' vision from the To Yankee teach the boys Huns they went lesson to France Sweet little Buttercup, Illy| of'chocolate earned ))1"0.0&,.... anti '
a Native Sales
kies. Yankee boys, keep it up ; Shy little Buttercup other good: things..; It us u life'suver." Representatives'
,
fight and) suffer and are sad - -- ----
h'\ The Yankee boys Dry your of blue
are dandy. eyes ;
|t -cason' for our sacrifice, I I'll come back to you. 1918 RED CROSS CHRISTMAS SEALAMERiCAN.RFDCRQSSj.1 and trade connC"c\ion8.\ Publ'city: in two hundred! Latin American +a
"in- 1
.o My heart
a, glad grew strong Chorus When the war is through. Newspaper and two hundred Salons (Motion Picture Theatres) in k

hw' in the ranks to fight and Yankee The Yankee boys keep boys it are'dandy'; Safe Far from in your shot sylvan and shell dell, fn South and Central, America will carry the every I of your products straight( F

_He for the million yet unborn. Keep the Germans; on the run ;I Let your live-light shin; to the Merchants. Business Men Puyers and Con umf"f5 of these South

the Belgian women as! they ]lie All the way to Berlin. !i Angels guide you watch beside you rF American Countries f rW*

pioila, of hunnish lusts undone i Sweet little
Tip Yankee Buttercup mine I II
land torn boys they sure can fight
a
Everytime ; +t bIn Co-operative CataloguesWe t r
children they're called on "'
lifting mutilated ;
hies caught upon the arms. They run the Germans to the Rhine | WE'KE GOING O\'ER'-- '

a< el l mothers slaving bayonet.on the And told them, Cross on over 1 L are assembling our 1919 .atalogue printed in .the l.inguajtc! of ihe

farms! Chorus | South. and Central American Republics.

I the German! hordes unconnuer- The Yankee boys got after Bill. We're' going; OV4r. we're going

ed yet. Told him to get' a move on: They over. / interested writer u'ire callIA 4
want to settle or
Ji C helpless sinking in the waves Old 1 Kaiser Bill took to his heels up that fuss and F

I German sailors laughed to And ran away to Holland. they put it up to us, (
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RRADFORD COt: "T TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORID s FRIDAY DECEMBER r iyH

I .. EIGHT
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., Tuesday morning for Cocoawhere I business'; trip; if.. n. .

td i i Wade flannel) was hi Worthingto attended tile at the cane hoove grinding ol J.Saturdariurnoon ;:s. 'Preci y. they will visit relatives daring the ho l: I Mrs E(,jilla r u.>.xn nj" **

::prir.r'ridar.. ,days.!! Ga.. arnicdju.:' ., **
_ J. Crews ma. in W.' ngton tii l itt. Ricks of Citrus Center. holidays with: ..
--- __ '--A a S. J. :Starling:; was nisitg hjT B. H. p
week.H. I with ielativ II. D. WaeJin icompar.ied
the holidays |
Creek wctiothe spending
C. Edwards ';SIUtOu.ins.. ...al.lj1ur! the B.uc:: her

",. Item Misses Eva and Ruby pin'Id.' Sal I ITB. ihundal 1 waab ercaing.Bradford and Clay cOW]. I I hereMrs.. E. C. Crews, a life-time rl'si.! I I Mr and Mr. ,

: I I' County NewsUnrstin : urday night treaders of :the Telegraph a : dent if this section died at the home 1 nes! visitors : :-: 'K. >.
Edwards was a J,161*** nisi: ; and NewTherea ; \' Yerr\. \ cf her son F. M. Crews early Tun-j'; I Mr. and Mr R -,
Christmas a Happy
Monday ,-. I ***,
.I 0 tor to Starke i am day morning after a lingering { \ Tampa are here '. f n'

H. C. Edwards and bi OJ Arthw Mrs. Crew was eigbty.e1'e1'.e.ars\ of :I J. C. Barry. parer'h. J
the W *k br Our church at Bra 'unday.Mi THERESSA '*
1. Gathered During attended F. M. Mr. Burke. 'If,
t 1ti facts J' age: and leaves one son. Cre..s.1 .
!s Blanche Andreu "the- g'uetrf Carrie week here with 5 'I.
!Miss
Correpondents."lIOIII. the ontdaul"hter.! \ <
d Regular On account of and
27.
Dec. '
bliss Inez Abernathyfro, nday. "*
several Cn\1I"s'l\ Mr. and Mr W
Cotittoo besides
tM H. C. Edwards and! trKjer. Arthui i[ j some u, the the people- Christmas uoug&t, tree it .nd mourn\ htr .<'*e. She wa' Mir Florence W t)
and' Ellery- Sspp. acTompamed by the postpone Wednesdamornirg. U:>
,
vuntors to Games
had Branch cemetery i
-- Long "
LLf The people 'Jla\!
SueaSapp. enurtainment. young
1 Edward and
'h l left Suodi Misses Georgia! funeral services being coldjcwd Mrs. Mary H:
Stnckland ) trouble tit .I"
Nellie deal of to gi
Miss of Mis GenevHarrell to a good el \
>\ l. \\\X PARKWoodlawn Starke .where swill } were guests tout di&a by Pen. James Strickland. I ta. of J'l'It'C1n"i1JeaJ't' hers;
for her h mo near Sunday.Mrs. up and they were tery adly p- rp'
.
holidays.Mica School closed Friday: for a two week the- holidays w t1'o y il/
Mr: a'.l spend the E. E. Baxter is muting her tit J-ointed. holidays. I !
s PArk. Pec teachir the lid AII1ey"!
Lewis. who 1110 W. Moore were nisi 'aration during
.
Mr D. .
Daisy Mr. and
? week. *
11 Mr*. r>. L. Phillips: and "('1'1.' O J.. weins'tor atandert..lt.. l'amehome- Sunday 1 1 to ter. Mrs. C. M. Pinholster, this Stark Friday. Miss Saleta Mercer left- Saturda' WOlard Smith l '
herSunday tors to
{ al'hua county' :Saturda;: Barney- Andrew parsed! through Hawthorne to spend thholidays itirg his M{ t
\ for parent .
I 1 b j :! :;
Mr{ and Mrs Poet : and little pran.tr. with her parents. Smith.
holiday
the
rM' 4 RV.. SarrtJiey this home Mituniay to spend
A hoidavs. J. V. Edwards is grinding cane .
the- '
he'i'f'n.ilrg' : naitinrelatives shoppin Willie Price ; -
the Highlanders
i l l Alone] of Graham were- : \nta his family.M.I Some of G
a f4 the are e-.u of Mr! *. Lapp's I'ar- here Friday.' wek.Miss. Beady Croft left :Monday for in Jacksonville during: the week weiMr I Hammock where T.
u Cecil l Raborn who has been i i in **
1 ? ents t! Mr:: and Mrs S. H. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot ardaughter. .. Starke where she will peiid a fl'w! *. H. C. Wiirberley. Misses Bet : weeks' hunt.
for day
H S. Norman of Can it the- gUe-Ft i. Inet. are visiting: relativ- a Jacksonville hospital some mach ; witn her uncle and aunt, Mr anMrs. I and W irif red I Wimberley. Mica Ethi- Mrs Cord \ '.. -* . ,
improved I '
r? of J.ti"ebere- this week. I I Plant City and Tampa thi .weV.Mer returned home Sunday very Lays. J. D. :StaAsell.:; Rick. Messrs! B H. R'cks' and W. M. Reynolds wer .' .f Q
in I headth
x' Mr. and Mr*. T. C. William weN'1, *. Xabb. Johns. Lynn and Ea in ben Hali went to Waldo Rondawhere WimberleyMr I Thursday. o
t shopping in Starke Saturday to Stark C. X Shaw and son (1)'deJ'&s ....Itb W". P. Hardee- of Gainesvill.i .ot.i j ..
basinefcisitors two
he will spend a day or
Ii, hoi rjwere through here Monday.: enrout to the .
after the Mr. and Mrs.F. .
j Our school w:11 open Saturday afternoon. his sitter. Mr*. P. !II. Ge.ger. 11e.-ill i visiting her parents. CRO"B1' n. .
$ Iy ' day: are' over with Mime M"rtleSOl". I Mrs. L F Surrency is on the .ick spncg: _ also.sit relatives! at. Orange Height- M Crew.Mr .,

0't t id man as principal We hopethe' pitrons .hat-l !hut we hope' to see her up 'j'an: HILL before returning/ home. ( and Mrs. P L. Crew and baby Crosby Lak<.
1"d will send all\ the- children ir. __ CLAY left for Brooker Saturday morning to 't
Saturday iClarke of Baker
1 Woodard pent: couitiBryant's
Henry!
t t have- had no school here- since th. soon.Mr T. Osteen. accon the holidar'1I'1t1'1' Mr Crewparents. o,
we
6 P and !Mrs L 2'-Tbe: farmers or !: with re2atrte and fnends< spend FndayEverybodv ;
t I Hill. Dec.
t inftue-nr.a broke out. by Mr. R. T. Osteen. are tbgueste Clay Mr. and Mrs.\ Lawton Baylor haTe Mr and l1rt. W. MaJphur .
Le } J. S. Norman Attended the BaptiiAssociation I pained i'f relative in plant City dui this sectoin have been taking advantape : We ver F. D. Lang Barney Lang and Hoi : .rerjoytrg Ol
ps .. of the cool 1 weather to U'etheir- moved to Brooklyn. regret/ ) t.hehe '
ivy Alachua county Satin business visitors to
1 were \;
; in holiday ace Starling
i Ws N'' rp the much to lose this family.Mrs. Mr. Brvant's herjoyed -. V
.r day. .\. B. Surrency ana sin pent Mortar meat. B. \\oodard was shopping in Starke- Tuesday.Mr 's
I 1.E
a i for the was a Friday sigh
her- The rain "atHk .
moved "of
children.Kingsland. .
family
Fred Water and Surke attendinfr to business.Mr tarkeat.l1rd.ay; . Bailey- Lane and
E ; j i last) week from the- Vanderbilt eectior.f I in*. M. Osteen, of Arno. u sJ't"nd-: disappointment to the Clay ail folk! Mist Daufy Moore and brother Cecia.e Ga-. .rri\.d Monday to Frank Bryant '11r' '

:? n},ix "a >'. They h'erurrh.1"NI the Harris 111']. i-g a few day with her mother. 1011's.Em1h' :Mrs. H. B. Hudson is cm the sick hft spending the holidays here wit spend the holidays with. Mr. and Mr Sadie Ola and E .*?n.
thet this week.E. McRa Arthur ..
lii-rij, here' We welcome
place hale Lang
W.
13 AhbcttRev. Mr. and Mrs. D. n'
; d and Henry, mada their parent I _
a H. Carter sin to WaMc ? .
filleod a tnp .r
to our community C. Moody, of LaC1-<>r.IIf<. Moore. I r
/ J : Mr*, L. hicks, of Plant City.: i is gin i regular appointment at Rock Printire trip to Jacksonville] Tuesday: '.b. Woodard bumes visito GRAHAM While there the-'% v !i'
his was
yw6 of Starke i. J: a
Mr X. Norma: Mlnli Prescott McRae.
i h itiajrjMr daughter, churl h Saturday and Sunday to Brooklyn MoDda,..
t .t. this week.' Lucian Haven was a visitor near tbe spending. : a few! days with friends anrelatives Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones and childreif Graham. De-c 27-:Messrs.: J. R. B!- J. .L. t.' de-rh", Ula'It' ? c
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j r Dr. aid Mr*! E. L .It-..r's.! of Lawtey. county seat Sunday afternoon in this section. Savannah. Ga-, are spending the hot. j rifle and ::. D Duke ... T.ui'inenil'1tC.rs lens in this I'eoctJ. ;:,*- -0
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t L. E. Starlirg] was among! tlleIi.-
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_N'i"itCIr. her SundayWillie .
.
B.rnand Arthur Edwards attended J't'1'Keaturd.J'' )days here with I his brot.her.'ill .- to Starke Monday.Mrs. Little MIFF Ir M da '-pn'
Hill of Lawtey. is spendirgfew tort to J. J. Byrd attended to businej mphtT
: rch here Sunday I
c-h' Wilkinson and mother motor. }";.<<'l.R. with: a bruised. f'' >i II'
I days here as the- guest- of his teacle E Pinholfter! attended the uniomoetirp Ben Fndav M. King, of Jal'ks"n"mew.s- : in Starke Monday. ping: a piece! of wotpnr
business
I .nd'au'rt and Mr J. S. Nor CTet.o\ Jacksonville] .
Mr. f at North Pleasant Grove las1. ,nsitor here a few day ago. Mrs Mv: .; McKin-iey. of Louisa, .-

f d manY weekend.A. Air,. John Phillips has been on tbe waa. hereIon3ay\ on b-af-inf' LIE ', '
Curti tarlim." THEY IN FR 1 WHEI
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and
Horace
MriIL Mes
and daughter! rs Thomas
43. H. Thompson> Gaines Mr. C. B. Roberts and Dr.
} : r A. Haren spent' Monday in Maxvilte Saturday atternoon. tick h.t.lil&I.t.on. LILIES B'' *>MPerr
A h f A. Dnrry were- visitors, to Starke Sat- rills-. motored. over to ] O\Nit'r; : came in from Jackaonwiile made a briaecs' trip to Hampton:
a \'" atda7.Jf' {.. B. Colenn< made a business u-p: left Saturday= afternoon '. one cU> lift seek, harts,, ': Monday < '. :
aiai and Mrs W. E. Yarbcrong b Miss Efiie Harris Oliver !
Mr ..cpari' and or. tM
Monday! marrangER there.
to Hampton : holidays with. hepaty 1 u.i'i.ed bis work
the
?l, Jf'Jf'r.visitors t<> Starke. SaturdayRROOKFR "ts.to Mr.spend and Mrs. Randal: Harm Messrs. M. / ana C- >uU.: >aa. S. PJwindel (rtocha.werv here nn basiEtsWednesday. : They .
WhereThose -
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> .VDFORD and G.d. Bennett! wr
f .
of Maxville.S Mr. Prevail, of> Jacksonvfl3e. wa.. i, '
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the sea
flit't the visitors to county
hifda".2l."h among
r t. Bradford Doc. :27: :-.-W. M. Hard J. t..r1iJt.1IIifitir.g Friday Saturday.Mrs. bueTue.da,. and Wednesday vis .rg:,, That t.a' .
.
Surke
i gS; Breaker- Dee :'-Rev. M. A. Wood was a b'Wolnf''I$11C1r' to Dukes Than 1er. Mrs.! W. H. Perry, in G. M. Bennett was doing btr Ins uncle X.: D. J ne.. Are ss
1g e (, he-- and\ Saturday. David made a business tr.p'; That *n _
his ree-nlar
and fiBd appointment Marke Mandiy. Kelley
t '
: (lav mnrninr.Misses( of t.heB ack Creelertion. topping in .
\\ M. Austin.
.I' } Saturday: and Sunday, preachingmom! Edna Baxter and Emm Sat. Mr. Tabor, of ErooK1Tl11.I' a \iitcr ,' po Jackonvile] WednesdayH ('lose ,
..
b t i in Lawtey: .
shopping ;
v !' was j Toesda,
Starke That
: P W.MjnAf in ;; mtAnd
= very i i-teret-rg sermon Cheerer. accompanied krW.Jt: r \; in our burg Sunday afternoon. .
i Sheriff was 1uneJpis: ,: \NM urdavMessrs. Ga.nu.me ?5ine'f,, mutely; t.,.--. ''h.ow. .
r Epperson<< a ter. attended the cane) grinding at ::I! L M. and E. H. Carter: eper.the H s. Koeouck wa called to r.
t t It / ay" itr her tact wek. lUrrell] Friday tug-nt. bUfi-i ..- one day last week to the bed"ideor Cheslty Fogswas. a >Uf.int"5Sisit.or creep fry 00
Lawtey in '
Sarurday in .
a; i y Mina: IJM- .And r"on left Fndav afttrnaon Sumner- Andrea was in Worthir.pto D day h:!> mother who was quite ill. t nauie-eviile Tuesday. for them- "'h" th

; for her home at Raiford when- Thursday. ness.Messrs. l'r.e-, Jim King of. Jack!>(l1Ti1Je. Col! Crosby and ,..i'eof- Finder Lhroogh the dun : m.i. .
:
I H S. and C. B. Starirl. accompanied -
7ett.tr"+" i 1 she will rprxtd the hM'day; : M.sw* Eva and Ruby Edwara., Rub' Nelson Preset. 'perts few days! Mere rfoC't"ntJrI'1tD: tow. were here Thursday: on business.. irg, slouch that I Li
l i J. r. Sf-ejKv'1 eteeed! last Friday for Christ Pamli. Seeher Edward'. S. C. Andre by: Hill section Sunday paseey relatives- and Imndi. RaT Kinney. cf Mnr.tt: =ocha. was. ;. lately round thf'c::

1 i \ was, 1'hI'T'I.m only he one week n. and *oi i ter. Miss{ Blanche, attended thcane through the Clay and Xe'son Prefect Master Samuel Woodard spent Sat bus t 'nee visitor here Thursday.Mr wind. whose 'INso

r ; .. ration. prindirp: at the home of W. MHarre1 and Mers. Misses' Eziac Pearl: Padgett ,n' Marcia' jrday and Sunday in and around and Mrs. R H. Jones) made i it l. ?<,' ,
Carl Lewis rr..demp to Stark= J.usinpI'fnp t. to Starke Friday ia h'wait.r1-
...II : Thursday. t.a.rKt' with relatives.Mr
tip' W ;: in Starke Sat .
; rta t 1 t S Monday evening. A B Sunvncy passed. through: her Prescott were shopping!: *. :MattIeIngn.b..m.. of Jacksonis Miss!! Bertha Sloan of Sampson C.t;: ..
.
r TIM infant of Mr. and Mrs WCreins Wednesday enrott to Worthr"jrton. nrday with hill life. siting relatives here! for ,. ass here! Thursday!! abide tl;.
Sunday
taken hC\fpitltl1n Jack E:S tarlire) spent taa4A. Mr .nd Mr J. \. J. McKinney' of rOTTF f T
to a
1 i a was Lester PinhoTslr was in our con tkis section.Mesr : w, days ,
s I ',( *o wilje whhe underwent an orwratiom FridayMrs. grandparents! in L. bu.livan was a business visi- Sampson C.ty. are visiti-'ir lot tVtmf false df
f T '. The- unIty !':. L E. and J. A. Jtarlirjwere Mrs. X. D, )tie .. .
afternoon. of their daughter .l.
p .t+ 1' I la1 Thursday C. M. Andreuas a visitor t visiting tU ictio Sundaafternoon. ], toOI' to Starke) Monday : they ,
last rrrwrt" was it was doir.p as wela the Pine Hill section Tuesday mom. \ Mis Octavia :Baylor, of Brooklyn, (Vyr.n.Mr: bloom! T' aens

e would be expected.H : irj1'; Fen Lei .netted relatives here a few' days aoo and. :Mrs Carl Jones were- burine far.t,.- : h
and ,
a '9.> .r>v ITaren wx' a visitor to Rai Bob Surrency, of Graham was i in: I G. E. WiUnnvwi IOn. visitors Mr. McEwen of Lake.idei1'\ S't\r to Stark Friday.Matthew bas mad. *>
Hodson !
John. and H. B. were
fptvf afternoon. and McKinney of Lake(' Bst3eiras ] vairJy than.
Friday oar community one day Ian woek = Thursday our burg :Monday: afternoon. pj.
.". a II. W. flaxen' is on t.he.j'K ht 1-ut T. B. Edwards and dal bur. Evi to S J. Starling even J. V. Jones, of Hampton, was in OUT: here Friday. gist of relatves.Me'jrs '. crosses star mi>!,

.: w hope him a speedy refoveryI attended thea..CfiO'iaticon at Xort; u=: g. burg Monday\ afternoon H. P. Mills and Madisoi that Ira a
motored tG HighLand ,
a ; II r. W. H demons- at JadonTiH" -. Pleasant Grove Saturday.J. H. S. Starling over! I). J. Phillips was in' Starke Monde:,. 'rhombs made a bu i-nes trip to titonrtr stricken tana. h'-
afternoon.Hardie
t a few days of last week her a.kOcia.til1' Sunday ' eat Fnday.R honor : f71 "
t 6 spent V. Edwards attended l tie- attending to< e>n business.! ( < .
,r...' with hi_ parents' Mr. and Mr J. E. \ at North Pleasant Grove Sattr-. Padgett was Saturday morninc. Cyril Mature', of Hampton was i a W. Surrency pent Friday it! lone endure n-
I demon |m l business: in Highland ..miter hen Monday afternoon P"ker with h'f- eon, Billy.Mr. noble death -hrh* '

Graham Of-tHn, of Trenton, spen Joe' Surrency passed through be"! : . in Mr. Mill Batten is on the sick list' and Mr W. p. Byrd were biifie :i. assures for, :ne: ,lIah'1
,, ... her the of h.oiwl ..I W H. W. Cartt"risiting \ our; visitors, Starke Fnday. their hea-t. leer
') lat ThllrOod. guest( Sunday morning er.nute to WxinhingIon. hi.. week.Mrs. >\ !<* to !
\a I It .. R T. Chtf'f'n. section Saturday.J John PhJLps and Mrs. J. E J. A. Ray was here- Friday buyirjottor thlbt'l ud'T'I'I"

J. H. Rainey, who ha* bn in Ham Prof H. C. Edwards. is spendicg ti.. R. Mt'Ieand- Irother.theTitit.t: HenrjMoseley. >TI tx\ Dwtley: and son Blar.ton were shopme o of C. B Rotrt ed the! f.re .- IF, .h '.1.1.!

I it Jet. X C.. is spending the holiday,, holidays with his parents here were among: in Starke Monday! : Mrs .\. Lane was a business 'I"i.it.MU their eyes at :ar n. !M i' rrttteloodc
"with his family here Manville Saturday Wallace vistor :Starke Saturday and mIst th,. -a: "t'!'"
Mr! Sapp and children are guestof I Hodeon and Barrel Mr. and :Mrs: Tom were '
.r; Prof. Thomas )left Saturday for hi!. J. V. Edwards this wek.Seefier Messrs. H R. !! af.temoon to the county seat. Monday.U : Messrs James Reynolds: and Odelbernathy I .
Sunday .
wll. holi(5av Lang! passed through}: : here ,. .ereil Starke Saturdajn "> lrT
c .. home' where be *prod the Edwards was. in Brooker- 01 I of<1'of''.ida Hsgan and Ete>i!'e Owsy \ 13.CIM.fNIfF4RFR .'
of Jacksonville, wC I > t XMR. d',
iI' F.er. Barra, Saturday morning. Chnftinas JacksoBTiIlusiness.O CRO'
4 preach at the Missionaryrhnrch Itaptu,t C. W. Edward. was. a business; ni. B. C. Carter was among the- .-iit.CrEto .J....,th fppr.t relatives and fnends.M -in . W Maine of Morteocba. wa!I _

font Saturday and Sa'ndayrerdially : E'\. Saturday. Highland SaturdayLonnie hl''e"n- business' Saturday Wash'agton.Vu '
+, .. tor Worthington Saturday i n ] W Moore was a business: \ ruitot : ;
l I ersone invited to. atund thf Padgett: spent Miss Marshall To Tier cf Rothellea od1y
4 I I \ Harrell visited relatives i:%I turns T'ene. "f'
Mabry "
Mond
PeTr'IeHtk Sunday .. Highland) to' f tt'-ke y.__ a visitor' here Saturday: zati'nal] b"a;: .VV':

,. 4 E B. r.d--en ?'rsojinlle and wife of Jack .lafk,a-iSaturday.! return.ig Goo E W Ikir.son dllC\ >TI., Per R.. !T>:vt'; and .....r<;- Barry ,f Sannp "d'm.-r.t nf 11', Ii ....

k ..' -, fpert. the first\ :if the ""hl" J \' Edwards .T d Oyde Shaw weriT >! "were transactirg: basine) in Start HIGHLVDf ,r M. were bu'ief ns.:tor' hen, ("hnstma T'.a' t T> err

''f #..' her. wlh relatare1" Saturdayc r'\ji"day :* ">r"" Croet "Hi > > n'W""' I'fi'I i

t i ... Jl 11 C tonepent Sunday here wttk,I < T' W.-tbingt.m W A S ar'mr and _con"Hlra("' !" '. Itrc :- --\-0-: ty; Sup'''?' y' 'T-".' .r L.-oM':, wa a bran from 40 PT ...** rf the hspte s
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his ; .
l \ \ewi m jf i etT-r.j. grin: Jackson ttrrtdtr: >.1 hoots E R.eJ :. l' .pt'f'lj 'I' I. > ..to'rT!
> 'C't"> .' where w
!' A'y ind Els inri' -- .1' I'F. .r iy dr :
} i. and G W. Hues : ;i.i. -u :h t wek.Ri : "Ji' Highland pc-h:1! TuesdayMr < m
Mr Mrs. peri .'" Wasc.r made i I charter in>
t the t 'le Tuesday\; .. V'. M- MR' *r &ny
M \ Woodard wa goes P Pa Tf1t -a ::Jl 'rer
Mr .*J 1 f iLk P > ( a
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:: Sunday with their d uprter: Qu tr niiTriK" I' the clang> -
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