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: January 3, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Ua'bUs d 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $l.. O ; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. ftl.it. I lie ws, Editor and I'rapretom .

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(,.' VOLUME 40. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANU- R 3, -ing--, : NUMBER TT

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WOl'NDED :SOLDIER;;; ) RETl'RNS; I (; : :. [ JAPAN:. FOR PEACE: AND:. MUST CONTINGENT: : "DIXIE; )Dl-
TO HIS HOME: IN:. STARK1 i ( : :. 'I'llIOP"'Ji' : :: DOOIt) POLICY' VISION": IclSI't'tINS; TO GORDON;

,I F Our Boys Over Here & Over ThereLewis l ""
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Private Alonzo W. Jenkins of CcG ; : New York, Dec. :31.Japan will outer I Atlanta 1 Dec. :HO.= Thirty-seven ofI .
't 47th Infantry Fourth Division A :' man \ the peace conference pledged 1 t<> I 'titers and 1.071 men of the 118th Field 1
; E. F., i Is the first Bradford county soldier ,''l'IIrt' I m I a policy of pence' and the "open door" i Artillery the first contingent of the
r wounded in France to return I this cnuse Hocman. a marine from Pari!! has been a member of the nviatiotcorps i 1 in the Fur East: in the maintenance" 31st: or Dixie Division to return from
home. He reached, Starke on | ( made a short Christmas vial for a number of months. \\'hilp'in of which she will welcome OI''rSI'IIS.lrrln'd at Camp Gordon; today -
1 Christmas day greatly to the joy of his aunt, Mrs J. R. Davis France he was severely injured by al station/ of the allies Baron Nobuuti "from !Newport !News, Va., where
1''' Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jenkins The fall from his plane He is in the debarked from
his parents Harrison U. S. N. R. F., now I M.ikino of the Japanese 'peace commission ,I they France last week.
who live on Pratt street one doorwest Moseley, with rel United States\ and will soon return tc declared on his arrival here ,I Another contingent of 624 officers and
of the residence of Mr. F. I II. I ing u '' the Christmas holidays his the home of his father E.: Frank Chast I today with fellow delegates attaches/ ,, men from the game is now i>n the way
Highland returning to :
Long. were at of Jacksonville. mind secretaries on the way to Franc '1 to the local camp from Camp Stuart,
station at Miami Friday.
1 Private Jenkins responded to the The A recent casualty list contained tin I His rnunt'y's course, ,in her foreign it was announced ut camp headquarters
call to the colors on March 2'th!) 191fc!:!, Private Jeff Grime, of Camp Jack name of Alexander "Warren son of relations said the baron who i iq /a I: today., Orders have been issued,
If and in a month's time was on his way: th" 1 I S. C., has been discharged from and ;Mrs. Wm. R. Warren of ]! Mr'j member of the Japanese house of peers, the announcement said, that will re*
overseas. Soon after arriving i in day, and is now at his home at er. Young Warren wns listed nt : and the advisory council of diplomatic suit In the final \transfer to Camp Gordon
France he was sent to the front and '/' (' "wounded, degree undetermined, lli. affairs, will be such us to insure" the i: of I.JSit) members''of the Dixie .
took part in a great deal of that men (; '!' I I Liician Wainright who is a U. S. many friends! are hoping later advice. most I effective partnership with the division for demobilization
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t orable fighting which the Amcri'Th' ; ', the holidays with his will show that his injury U not ser associated powers in the work of re The tl'irty-Hrst division composed
-._ "I cans succeeded in keeping/ the Germans (;" \ I ', ;\1 spent rl!. Julia Wainright, and sis 10US. l'on"trtH'ti"lI. Ilav ing e.tnMished. pence largely of men from Georgia; Alabama
y; from reaching Paris! He fought ', Mrs..1. )F. Kickliter. A German; helmet on exhibition nl I in the Orient by clearing (Germany: and Florida, was trained at
.t in the trenches and also went over the j suw the Bank of Starkc has attracted n from, her far eastern bases and keeping ('LII1I'hPI''r.\ :Macon Gi.; : and has: .
I], top in warfare on the open battlefield i (; \ !, Gus Bcasley, recently mustered out great deal of attention. Thn helmet : the Pacific open to commerce, henditcd been in Frnre for_ several months.
It was! in one of the latter raids thn the the student army training corps lit liken from trench in the Chateau Japan is fullv in.Aiireord with -- --- --.-------
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''I'' he was severely wounded in the rigs fig/ ht I ., ,I i I left Tuesday for Auburn Au, Thierry' sector and had been worn the .tllies fm+ a iuit and (% tong world AMERICAN: MERCHANT: : SHIPS
where will matriculate at
leg, left arm chin and right temple. mans I I 1 ? he by a Gorman; soldier who had paid the peace. RKLEASEIi: : :: FROM: \1II.l'r.IltrSF.
This occurred near Rheims, France "A 1 University. I
m price of fighting for Kaiser Bill ami 1
s not far from the Vesle river, on August ,i i"n t I ; I Allie Poele who has been stntionet his wild notions of world dominationIt Washington Dee :30.-All Ameri
t. Pth. He was struck by burstin ",,0/\/ 1 Cllml'utlwol.th., S. C., for sPvl'rll1 \vu. sent to n young lady in Stnrkc' /nll'rdllI1t\ : vessels! of '1,000 deadweight -
shells laden with poisonous gases jus ," i has received his dist'hargi" by a YOllIItlrtilll'ry ollU-er\ mint I wit. tonnage or less requisitioned
before four o'clock in the aftcrnooi ; i ,i', 1 the service and has returned to loaned to the Bank of Sturke for exhibition by the Chipping board l am') not now re-

and fell on a bed of crushed rock nona home near Lawtey. quiii'd I \ for purely military purposes

railriftid' embankment. There he In;\' II. C. Wimberly, Jr., U. S. navy Hon. .V. V. Long received! lettia wen ordered. released! today by John t
in the hot summer sun, in torture IIIK ', his mother :Mrs. II. C. Wimber few from Lieutenant a' II + A, ,Donald acting' chairman\ of the
great weakness till nine o'clock\ who of Highland his Christmas /greet days ago still the w bo 1 +id.I The. order affects about forty
Richard. He is in hospitalbut Mle
first-aid from a hospital reached 1 him !!.. from Corfu. Greece, where ho hain is r'ol'ri"j.frllm the gas injnrvreceived ve 'I.'.- i"d liecomes effective upon the
and he was taken to have his leg ampu I stationed for several nwntha.Kinney in the, buttle of/ ('hnt",", M IIP > il .if (the. ships in an American

.S tatcil below the knee and the othc, Townsend has returned( to Thierry. This was one of the gnalbnttlrs L ., riot5111)11l'tGF, ..... ., .
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wounds dressed, Later it was found Jackson Columbiji' S. C.. afteiending 1 of the war. The Amerieaiarmy .
necessary to hove the leg, amputate.' a ten-day furlough with hiiMr. accomplished in n raw Lima ; : OF' \\'01)1)1' LIGHT

above the knee. His right ,arm is nov I '" 'IIt'. and :Mrs. ..J.V.. Town what General; I Foch oxpeeti-d. hem( l< PLANT:.
paralyzed from the long painful !illness 'nn. of Lake Butler. I do in several days. Lieutenant !Uic-hiiri
through which he has passed.In I'1\ <10"0 W. Jenkins!l left Tues Ii" nl Base Hospital No. *_', Ami" iciuExpeditionary I Ilo I- "m the past several" nights the
October Pvt. Jenkins wits though/ t for Camp 1 Hancock! Augusta, tin.. ; Forces Franci'W. J rj 1 1 u 1 I u liirht, service her been curtuil-
.tlile to begin his journey hnnll'wul,1This i'dTlv I1.Il count of t the scarcity of wood. I
riirihe goes for medical treatment I W. (Carpenter, of Kingslcv lake\ .
he did stopping ut hospitals II. five days furlougr; rued problem, her .been a Herinuxuith
Jenkins i spent n has received a letter from his ion \
New York, Washington and August! n with his parents, :Mr. and :Mrs Private WillillmV.. Carpenter, who i it not. ,I ,the bond' t trustees for month,
for rest and treatment. Pvt. Jenkin" I B, Jenkins. I France. He stat .* tint s ..init. 'though: / good. price i i" paid for ,
Bordi-aux.
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was not thought sufficiently well to0.\ j ta.i .4 . "i\ r..w11'1' t to contract l to, supply
of Brooker he reached France ton late to gi't into .
:.tl''.. S. I':;. Thi pen. reived It i
but will have to trod
given a discharge, rl'l' I idaiit owing (III (the long' haul:
he lint inu
l hut that s
letter recently from her son the fighting, is thHi e (
turn to a government hospital for finthor n services to t i city "f labor.( The plant I I.* i in
France under date of military per-
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medical treatment. L. Thigpen. I plenty hut down' nt I', o'clock hut tho
nlatiennd .
He has r'cov"I..d form. I ItI..ks that other
Private Jenkins can tell many stories v !November 1'Jth. .I'' n'hl, service will be resumed nm
of sickness and\ states frii ndn write to him 111I.11'1'1'1'' ' 1
l' of patriotism, adventure anc a siege health : will \be th.. ii ".n. :"t siiilU-jojit! fuel can, he Hocuroil.the L m mt
good the hope that he soon on
i I he is now enjoying/ / <-s |
pathos in his own brief and unassuming is ..onging/ for the time when hi way home." His addrcs* is :god! (lint years pus' wood will be-
way. + return to the Land of Flowers. tery. :rd Platoon F. A. It. R.. American m PVT. Allll II. JUIIN i.earcer, / + still with the result of ,
, 4 The foregoing is only a hint at tin I i Expeditionary Forces France.DON'T :-.1; \\1') :Mm,,, m I U -l-ln, +1-1- i "I I I, ''I hii-her Ilrlt.'.... \ sufferings undergone by this brave soldier .luspor Chase! a former Starke boyANNOUNCEMENT who m is sonii-nhi'ie' " t in' I.i.uloi. \ I 10 m ,',' It t'" ''. 'liilior! it. would. take to have it tin1 -
't for the sake of our flag and ,democracy I er of :\11'l ". Ernd I Ah art. 1 -.,01,1, end h"nltn\ the : would

, ,:( for the sake of down-trodder . $ LET THE II ITS:. CROWD/ ) I null', it prohibitive but Mere, In ono
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humanity and to help in keeping thi i> vim J ?> m OUT AMERICAN: ): : :MADE, >> :: GOODS; ) >> .\\'ITOI110 SENT: ROOSEVELT / : fuel. I that is foming in !general use in
I Germans from treating our beuutifu : : liONX\ : 111';"('H Ims: FIGHT'; I every" plant and factory "faced. by sucha
'I f land as they did Belgium. Alonzo W | Son ; :. :. :. : :'; FOR 11I9! J While n part of the picas and. annum situation us this, and that is crude
I'i Jenkins is one of our Bradford! county j I laud<1. i : '\ < a>, of the I politician are doing everythingin (German .\irl1lll-;; s ;yIIi"; Opponent' oil. It is cheap, will /give more steam
i/ heroes and to him we owe a big debt t (-'nlOc At the beginning of the year > their power to prevent the 1''I\l'e 1 Put up Plucky light to Knd;: to lie ton than cither coal or wood j;,
ii/ of gratitude. i' I tIltH! the Telegraph adopted, the Congress from compelling Gorman) and 1 nil Hint t would ho ncceHsary to
: : cash in advance system in its sub- <'\> to pay anything/ like a full penalty for Christian Donhausor) the young ( ; '>', use this fuel would be) to in-tnll them

/., NEW SEABOARD SCHEDULE; I scription department. The sysi"' her uncountable crimes against hei man aviator who claims; to have .hot ei'MSiiry apparatus. underneath. thepresent
\ ;;!l tern has worked so satisfactorily '.' neighbors/ and all humanity German; down Ouentin I Roosevelt on July kithnear I hnil rs, placed a storage\ tank i
4 (Eastern Time) to our patrons and to ourselvesthat ,., business men are already trying tc Chunibrv.' Franc.told the, correspondent on thi lot and run a pipe line to the
ing/ \ ; it will be continued as a permanent push their way back into the av..lluesof of the battle which ended nearest railway siding where It could
'ml! Below is given the new schedule ol I camp part of our business pol- 4 trade with an implied! if as yet un II ),'j the Seaboard Air Line Railway, which The icy. The only modification for ill> announced attitude of readiness for of the United States. "I was nil pumped to the storage tank/ 1
went into effect 2 a. m., Wednesday,, I about :: the new year will be that we shall <8 "business as usual" with all the world { one of a party of six (German; aviators ', Plants installing the oil burners

I/1/;/ January 1. 191!). be just a little more strict in the '*- Seeing this inevitable end, there wai and on July 11th :sighted six American have reduced" their rrows to one-half.
.;, No.1, Jacksonville to Tampa, 12:25: roll. \ : carrying out of the policy. Pur- *' a great cargo of German-made t toy! 1 planes east of Fere En: Tanlenoise' ," Once adjusted, the burners need( only
\ a. m. beth ing the past year we were drs pos- a landed in America even before the lasl sail I Donhanser., "()n(. Ainei-icnn\ hoI occasional attention, and with the
} No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, 12:32: :. was : : I'd l to carry subscriptions for a ..'. gun of the war had been fired and learned later\ wa (juentin Roosevelt I , 1 plant' here there would l bur1 .similar

p. m. Johns 1 few weeks because the system <*. more menacing and offensive still, ir WitH ahead of the rest of his sipiadrun savinir.' I One man could keep up the l
No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 5:51a. : ; was new and we did! not want to "' some respects these hhipmonts haven and olf to line side.. He came" straight dynamos. pumps) and boilers, giving
m. : seem to be unduly hasty in dealing t*' 'been followed by more than $12,000.) at me and I Mwooped down under. hi* belter\ service nt less oust. A cheaper
No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, 3:58p. little I"y'F' with our customers IInd' 000 worth of German-made drugs! Inlll'h jl1('. We see-sawed back and service would, mean more user of

m.No. girls. friends.'s'.. These German drugs have been ,'orninAt /.\' forth peppering away, and eiich trying elect ne lights and water bringing in
20, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, pl" : !During the coming year the*c '.. various times through a number ol to gain the ,advaniagr, :' by i-limbinir a larifor revenue to the town. The 'f
l' site shall< expect those! who wish ., Atlantic ports, some of thorn .feinthipped { above the other."Ciusrt'It present" light mind water rates in this a
No..I Jacksonville to Cedar Key,, A ( paper continued to them to remit '. in bond to interior' points. : made ",'v"tllll\!, and I I Iadmoied town are high, too high to encourageown" .

6:12: p. in.The I were promptly on receipt of our notice "' The! American Defense Society ha.- his gniiicncs/ Orico 1 though the small, I property I r to go to the.
FloridianNo Scott. : of expiration. This is necessary sent out a warning so that phymciiiiu his iniichin, !gun wu' Jammed, but asecond I expense of iiiHtalling the, service, The
15, Jacksonville to Tampa 3:27p. : and to avoid confusion and to save '1.' and others may beware of playing into later III' began' again to \ hunt wider ratex are double what other\
I time> '.. Germany's hand by. unwittingly Ol and I felt the bullet striking my plane,, towns are paying ,and in mor" (. than H
the
m.No.. 10 Tampa to Jacksonville, 0:12: ]! The suliscription. price of '*. otherwise accepting these (1Nriruln; Then! I mounted above him mid swooped one instance Are there and four times

P. m. 1 Telegraph! will remain at $1.50 is. made goods at any dealer's hand*. t tis II down tn within twenty metres of higher. /
Wannee ranch I for the present. Print paper than the .. proposed, if possible. to put an embargo him firing all the time. Then I saw If (tllf' running expenses' of the muniipal -
No. 101, leave Starke 7:45 a. m. 1 ) -:. :: : : about 50 per cent,higher lllrinthe ;. on future importations of throe my opponent collapse and his nuu hIn,. < I l plant run I'/1 reduced+ In uriyway ,
No. 101, arl'ivltnrke::; 3:15: p. m. : price paid by us of /the better year 4 goods for it illI humiliating fact that !began to full." the bond, trustees owe it tn thu
4 T. J. GRIFFIN. I The 1!I1H. and many there are these here of saris fluMijriorulity I Donhiiuser' who is a non cuinniiHsioned taxpayers and, consumers to malmsuch ,
-. ... little ; (; ; class of weeklies throughout Mllbi the > that they would gladly has officer and Hjienlcs English: has chungeM, or get the authority forso .
l country are raising their relatives! in Michigan." II" the citi/.enx tin benefit
lIAtJllETA'JiI.1I'(1IES: : : PORT I < *. he blo d-im'ared g death :!: i scription to $2, but WP are going marauder if (hero wan financiiil i with thirty nand victorie r in of an improved and cheaper, ser
WITH 3.:>00 SOLDIERS: ABO.IWNew the loss and! continue ) any
to pocket
,, (' .(' '. advantage in (the transaction the lightingrlfb'r, .July I when h" entered vice. ,
Our . ..
at l..riO. patrons .
: price
evt : our the Ciermnn air.ervice." --
York Dec. :sO.-The British ; " 'I'' help us over this loss by being Outside of the repugnance the The battle with Lieutenant, Roosevelt :NITR'ATE: COHTThe
steamship Mnurctania bringing home I prompt in making payment <* loathing, which any 10l per ccnl the Gorman uvintor in .il.f.11"
all of the 347th infantry, except Company American must feel toward all dealings -
the :: altitude of 'between 2,000and ) during
fought at of ugrirultiirn
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H, of the 87th division-:3,500 I : : tt> .( 'r ';> m .;> 9A 1 '!> with the still IInrppl'lItantJun./ department \:
:1 : :-l.fiOO metres. In thu light bulletsfrom the coming will offer ni-
here to _ cnnsideration season
troops in all on board, arrived - - there i is the very patriotic -
machinegun
I'd the of (Lieutenant" kooM'--elt'" trnte uf ...,,1.rflr tale to farmers forfertiliser
that insisting use
day. -- -- ,\ : C; If. A. GREEN; :. :. ELECTED: American by drugs exclusively on help wilb" pierced, th" Gor nan uviutiir's, machine use. The nitrate will hot
I I \) ) ]!) ) V.PHES.: FLA. ASSOCIATION' the and thistrengthening in twenty places.Doiihausir sill for oinh tit cost and the price t">
to upbuilding
CARD OF THANKS: ; ) (' : 1! ; given of American enterprise. MUH! hi- "rt, ,,111..1 ,soon after formers will I be :fiN| per short ton fret

''j !I the i luring the regular session of th. As the ;Medical I Record of New York the fljhtl'.n/ that his" opponentwas "'1 I"nrdlrs nt the loading point or
Through/ the Telegraph we wish to hours ::; ; 1 1 1 ,rids Educational! Association! htUlI not us experienced II" omi'" Amor- I port. In addition the. farmer will haw
express our thanks to the good peopleof 1 I ill the 'I'I t I week at Gainesville, K. A. Green puts the case: leans he hud encountered, but Lieutenant ', to pay the freight charges to unloading *

Starke for their kindness throughthe tance. + I tarke. was, upon the nomination "American houses, having( sometime J Roosevelt put up u plucky' fight to point and any incidental. expenses
sickness and death of our mother, avail, 'tfiss 1 Iiabrllo :Mayo of ()cala. unan- since l'I.ltunIt considerable initial I. thi. --.WMl. Three ..r.f..llr limes ,duringthe that he may, himself incur in connection
Mrs. Sara Epperson.Mr. spirit usly chosen vice president for the expense, to manufacture theist fight J Donhauser declared, I UoiiHevelt with the delivery of the nitrate.
: and Mrs.: W. J. Epperson. to its ling year. This broke the preco- drugs, we rnnnotin fairness to them had the upperhand-for a few sec I The plan used in the sale and ditribtition *- ,
.--- spnnd. of this organization as it han permit the Germans; to seize, the market ond. I of the nitrate will follow iras t'y,"
and, by underbidding ruin --
again -
:STOCK MARKETJacksonville : : 1 been customary to el"ct H general way I nit year's plan. State !
school an vice president when a man thin nascent industry. American chemistry : THREE( :: BOMII OUTRAfJES) : : IN directors of extension, county agricultural
Jan. 1. 1)19.! !) president. in the process of emancipationfrom PHILADKLPHIA: :MONDAY' NlfiHT; agents and, nitrate committee, "
German; dominion must not beallowed .
tit local business willdirect "
men
composed
Yard Talley
Stock 1 its i
The Interstate
rand avenue report on the local stock to when say I :: )HILL REOPEN: ) : MONDAYSc'xiol :. to fall again under subjectionto Philadelphia Ix-c. :Ml. -[(' market by Williamson & Dennis, is as! get the Teuton firms which fattened the so I thorities especially, the I Department, Application blanks' to be used(
follows: 1 ir will begin Monday: morning long' on American" physicians and of Justice, are lending ussi.stanr to ''Iy farmers will be sent to county )
American public. ,
No market-New Year's day. ., 6th. It has been decided aft the city police in running down every agents.
HOGS-Receipts heavy. Prospects \ ci aferring with many of the pa- Away with all German-mada drug,,, clue and l theory wth any possibility of I -
steady. going to open school at 9 o'clock, new now and forever!-Manufacturers Itec- bringing to justice the perpetrators of TR \CTOR DEMONSTRATION.:: : WAS

,I 200 to 250::; lbs, extra choice, 14.00 ent days at or S o'clock old time. The noon ord. ... last night's widespread bomb outrages. POSTPONED:. : e
" $U.2;. will be 12:30:: and school will he Onp arrest was made today of a well
r 1OT Ibs up, ordinary choice, 13.50 :\ :: -se'I at 3:1"; new time. If the CENTRAL:: POWERS: .\Y NOT BEADMITTED I known radical of this city. There were Owing to the illness of the demon
$13.75. f opening is found too early the : TO PEACE; CONGRESS:. ; : i three explosions I lust, night", within a Rtrator who was to have been here
160 pounds up, rough, $13.25-$13.50. will authorities will be glad to i period( <>f twenty-five minutes; the first Monday to il'-monstrute the BeemanTrnctor
mates at the home of the president of theI'hiladeiphia for the Quigley' Lumber &
$12.2r$12.75. -
h 135 to 160 lbs home. /: it. Paris Dec. .10.-The central powers '
of Commerce
$11.75-$12.25. 4UNION Chamber ; Supply Co., agents for Bradford county
Heay pigs will not be admitted to the peace congress -
of
s Light pigs, $9.00$9.75.Thin :. : SERVICESUnim ; early in the negotiations according the second at the apartments of theacting I the demonstration had to be (postponed .
and hogs $100$9.00.Fat '; again the :Midi head of the Philadelphia police, until today. An invitation I.I itextended .
utlin given by a
to
pigs if ar
and the third at the residence of the I farmer at
to com
$10.00-$12.00. services for week of to every
[ range hogs The prayer French diplomat who i it engaged in
CATTLE-Receipts medium. Pros- at the : b, (,fin :Monday night January Bth., framing the program of the prelimi Judge, of the Penniylvanla Supreme i th: (. hours mentioned in the ndvertiiement -
I Court. One person the wife of Mu- of the above firm and ice what .
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7:30 ,
$ pecta strong. a. m.. :Monday and! Thursday, ) p. m. naries to the congress. I :
; Steers fi.OO $12.50.Hulls "erian church. nicipal Court Judge Knowlcs wan this wonderful" little machine can do. r
$ !
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.;: $5.50$7.00.Yearlings the Tues lay and Friday, 7:30 p. m.lptho.1 ., struck on the head by a piece of a .- W, !
the
. 1 $5.50: -$6.00. : it church. Russia May Have Seat bomb while standing at the window. UNITED:. : ) STATES: WILL II \VF: : 4 1'f

Heifers $5.75-$6.75.( :. Wedr-sday] and Saturday 7:30 p. m.,. Paris Dec. 30.-Runia has been w'FN'r THE WORLD'S LARGEST. FLEETWashington r
Cows $5.35-$6.50. 20 : : : !, t Church. granted a respectful hearing by the EASTERN! : TIME; ::. EFFECT : _
.i Veal calves. $((5.50::; -$9.50. allies in her request for representation : ON: .FIRST DAY OF YEAR: \Dec. 30.-.Unlenj a

v. I Canners $5.00 up. :NEW. RIVER ut the peace congress" and it Is i league of. nations or other tribunal i
I w.j'nl'lIday "
.::' Oxen. $5.00-$7.00. I New iiverJan.: 3-Miss Ethel L w.i. hoped that the sentiment of the ma- At 2 o'clock morning that will make certain the limitation
. ; SHEEP-Receipts none. Prospects of the \.1 bill aunt. Mrs. Wm. Hodges. listened to and regarded by the congress Florida points east of the Apalnchi- the United State must build j .i
Fat the ambassador cola river. Clocks were Bet ahead one the greatest In the world. Secretary .
b r wethers $7.00-$8.00. I A pary of young folks were rnter- HOT A. BakhmetefT, navy I -
:Medium sheep $6.00-$7.00. I a' the home of Mr. and :Mrs, to the United States, said, to the hour and train schedules have been Dnnlel told the home naval committee + .
Canners and choppers. $4.00-$6.00. the Hodges on Christmas night. American Press today. advanced one hour. today. .. I't .

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larger portion of an attacking force ; LEMON JUICE IS lo and tan lotion, nnd complexion

umed.- 'which, being thrown against a partieulurl \\VllL YOU HELP .bciiutiner at very, very small cost
I vital position, was meant to deal FRECKLE REMOVER
; Your grocer has the lemons and uny
1 When The Tide i T and did deul the most staggering blow I --- drug! store- or toilet counter will -iup-
to tue enemy; and other American ? I
OUR BOYS ABROAD ply three ounces at chard white for
Hoops were- allotted the place which Girls, Make This Cheap Beauty
-.:;, i I :rOIlI paiamount, responsibility attaching I a few cents. Alassugc thi-. S\M oily

(I lixlnct from mi BiMiinH. of, Olio II. Kntin, uf time' months or .six months the Amer- '' to it, may be termed the place of Lotion lo Ciear and ': fragrant lotion into the fmv., nj>'.,

:Now York dihvvnil .in ll".li>n on Nov JJthliy .) | n'UMs will !be ready and strung in tmm- honor' ilinte, in defense the center of the of the line, In >mnn Every Man, Woman and Child I Whiten Ycur Skin.S'iiH'pu nrmR and hands each !day and l scu- howfreckles
b..rs.. 'lliat IH why they are throwingcvtiy approaches to _
of their formidable I'uris. Can Join to Send News of and blemishes disa' |>|>' nndI I
"I'atc'd to Turn ounce JWCI'1I1&'lIillllt .
\\ tlie 'lide \\n i thi' ..* \\, li-nioi ,
( us now. The Hun is ut the [ They muelo good\ there--olTicrrs! and 'I' JUKI ? > : into I/'W c'eni' toft nnd whitf'th "ki" beme -
These are soul-stirring, days. To gate now. Immeasurable conM'quuncfjaic 1 ,ine'ii alike, they made good every-1 I This Town Into the Front Line a little1, ) "icmtiimi ', th < c eni'ir' :*
live through them is u glory and u 1401-! ut stake' now U is a 'ijuestion of where from Cuntigny to Sedan. The-y' of 01 1."I'd" } u nit', ..111'i:*,' \\ i ''I.1 ar.tl '\ ''II < > in a little \\hiK Yi's1 It is

emn Joy Tho word of the poet re- 'I Ifiy.s.. nol of wevkti, or months. Wherean 'uiuli'''' / good on land on the seas undi; i Trenches. I have n <|t'',n! 'r |i, i"f' t ih ..' (f.-' '1 k i li n", I -.-- ,.\
sound in our heuits: "God's m His'heaven <' Hi1 look lor aid now ? j I''" .the mr; worthy comrade's of the ] i
all's. well with the- world." | And out of tlu'ir nooks and comers" wa it seii'-onocl. heroe's of France and
I'Jvoiit.s haveshaped themselves in and hilling /places crawled forth the {,'
accordance with the- eternal law. Once f-limy, biood" of the llolshevikSocialit t; honor, eager artisans of I IJlIl'I'ican TO BANISH SOLITUDE
again the fundiiineiitul leBson of nil "tof the Uoloists, C'ltillouxista lind'] .\ glory. When, for the firstMini '

history is borne in upon the- world, imcili.it, and they hissed into the cars II I the Ameru-nn" army went into uo- i
that evil-though it may seem to triumph of thi' people, "Make peace, Victory I lion as a separate unit under the di- See
for a While-carries within it HUH lici'ome impossible. Why go on "ii'ct cmnmand of its great chief, (ieneiiil Our Heroes Are Calling From

the seed of its own dissolution. Onm I, Nhi'dding/ rivers of blood uselellHly'fThe / Pcrshing, Marshal )o'ol'h allotted I These
ugam it is revealed to us thut the liodinpplrcii jermnns will give you an honorable the-m ten day for the accomplishment I Over There-Give What You

soul of man is unconquerable of the tank set for them i i. ,' TMEngine
cM'ii generous peace. Save 1'nr- e., the Can to Help Those From
uriel! that! the. power, however I formidiuft ;. isf!_... iMuko peace!" _.. , ,i-jiction of the (iermnn army from thetiiinirlv j Features I
able, which (eminences It's' loomed ingo I he holy wrath ol I' ranee crushed fortified St. ;-MiWI] ",.lioni Home.
down in defeat. I!< thosest'rpc, 'nlHXhenevcr their licad.s I which; the enemy hud; held;; for four: ,

A righteous: cause will not only stand became ,',,,ib'e' t'lemvncpuu, the emI : ye'iirs. They did it in thirty hours and 1. Fairbanks-
unfhakcn through trials) unel discomflturc ;I liixliaiLiit, ut thc dauntless spirit of made a complete und perfect job of it. Every citizen IntereHteil In the tlO> s Morse

but il will iliaw strength\ from ]''I'ram i', stood forth tho very !soul! I of |i 1 hnve had the privilege of seeing(' of liU IIOIIIH town mm ut the fi< in. and QUALITY.

Che very si-l-hacks which il may nutt\r. 'patnolic', ardor and indomitable cour- these splendid boys of ours, in all ,sit- In the hnivevonu'ii who c.'iiuall.t' are 2. Economical

A wrongful CIIIIHC can only Ktaml us i,i: ago. lint th'1 aerpc'iits were there, I nations and circumstances, from their Nerving their cuunlry ahroiul, haw nn in first and
limn' an il in liui>y('el up by "I'II'III1hidd"n/ in the grasii, ever i.camps. in America to the- front m fuel cost and
The German peoplewere Buccess.'I (Fuinie the opportunity to show hut. ui>i>rit'lutl n low .
I hissing, :II II k< JVnce! boys nnd their eitiiilly| up keep.
bjr H Rhc'er ohse-Hsion akin to I the old- And thi'ii, siidcU'idy! out of the gloom splendid lenders. The sacred inspira of tha muTllIco they are making.! The 3. Simplicity

time 'belief" in the- potent spell of "tho'I' Iliiihei' ) the lightning" / of a new sword, 'I tion eif what I have thu seen will stay oi>i>ortunly coiiien tin n rcaull of !tlif and staunch

black arts" that thc'ir military mastois -hiup and mighty a swonj which hud :: with me to my last clay.I generosity aud thought,; of ColonelV1I- durability.
wore Invulnerable' und invincible-/ thnt /bc-c-n diawn for freedom I I 1 confess I find it hard, 4. Lightweight.
never ) except i| to speak of Horn Ilojco: liumiiMon, of Now York,
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by somo power: good or evil they did u sweii,'el which had never known defeat them without a catch in my throat Substantial,
not care which they had been made I IHO -.th.. suord of Ame-riru! lI'd moisture in .my eyes. I see thorn who hUM cuui'elveel 1 and put Into execution Assured Fool.proof.

and Hint t the world was bound to.I' 'I"lie Turning of tlie Tide' be fore me now in the fair land of whut U knirAo u* the Homo 1'u- 5. Gun-barrel

fall !before them. A division of Muiini'.s and other I'runre' brave> strong" ardent; keen per Ken lee. Cylinder

The nation was immensely .strong American troops were rushed, to tho I and quick-witted ; kindly and e-leiin IInd l lmodest Under the plan, every limn nnd woman Bore.
only as long/ as that obsession remained front as desperate to nnil wholly free from boustinir : 6. Leak.proof
measure tiy i igooil In foreign Her vice will receive the
unshaken. With its destruction
liya and stop a gap whore flesh and blood, -humored and good-natured' ; wil : by Fairbanks-Morse standards Compression.
l series of defeats which were incapable town iieubpupcr, and/ HO liu kopt Inconstant
even when animated. by r'rench hero-1' lingly submissive to unaccustomed elise 7. Complete
of beliif" explaitie'd us "strategic mm, seemed incapublo of fuither 'inline; uncomplainingly enduring all touch with Ilio rilures und the throughout this famous "Z" with BuiltinMagneto.

retre-ats their morale crumbled! und Ki.slancu. They came in trucks, in 'rc-j mariners of hardships and discomforts ; people they know and love.Kvery Engine for which 150,000 .
finnllv collnpsrd, l.ee'ause it was not lie curs, I by any eonceivllb \ kind utterly contemptuous of danger/ Uaring | branch of the United Stnt&sUoverntiient 8. More thanpractical

sustained as thut of the Allies was ,conveyance, crowded together like sar to A fault, holding life cheap fe>r la Interested In fhe plan. farmers have paid Rated Power.
sustained in the darkest iluys of the ,dines.[ Thoy had had little food and the honor nnd glory of America. What 3 and 6II. I>.
wnr by the faith that theyvrre fighting / less &lccp for cl.iya. t.u., Americ-nn' can think of them or The Oo\eminent reullzen the Imixjrtance $10,000,000.
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for nil that men hold most uttered. When they arrived thc situation had picture them without having his heart of keeping' those In tho senlco.liapjiy Use Kerosene

To those who were nccuamtc-d] with become such that the French command overflow with 11'lItl'fulllnd affectionate 'Ipl'i.101 and constantly In touch with Alio Distillate.Coal .
Service before :
proved
was
(icrmiin mentality and psychology, it Oil.
advised, indeed, ordered, them to Itire. their howe ties' nnd associations. Notli- -ToptlorGasoline.

the hail, end been, foreordained manifest all did along come that it would when, Itut they and their brave general As "I have observe-el our army "over Ing Is more depressing In a national all this} money was paid-a The IN H. P, usea
would not; hear of it. They disembarked there, I felt thnt in them, in the mass of loneliness usegasolineonly. .
with catastrophe suddenness.here emergency than the spirit record.
come doubly convincing
almost upon the field of buttle iincllushed of them, representing as they do nil
\\ the Tide Turned sections nnd lu thoMo serving their country, anil offlrlnU S "ic. You
forward with little for callings of America,
cnro orthodox C.t From U.
It it the general impression that the battle, order without awaiting the-re had returned the ancient spirit know that nothing can dispel We have just the
tide of with lInrllh,11o'00h'14
victory; set in the arrival of their artillery, which of knighthood. I measure my words. thin feeling more effectually than readIng tvpe your
splendid movement against/: tho had been unable to keep with their I urn not exaggerating. If I hnd to iiKcta
UP the home town newspaper.
Herman (lank on July ISth. The move- lupid to that front. II find one single word with -which to I 1.if you.We .
passage I "
In nil Lumber & :
mrnt it i is true, started the irrostible, Publishers of newspapers part Quigley Supply Co..STARKE
They: stormed ulieuil' right through" | i huiactc'ri/.c our boys I should selectthe to de*
.
of the> which was destined of the this Included )
wave -
sweep 1 the midst of a retreating Kronen cli- 'I H'l' |eclive "knightly." country newspaper livery andvcrbonal
to engulf nnd destroy' the hideout vision A I -have grasped with pleasure thlt service*.
yelling/ like wild. Indians, nr-l, Trench officer who commanded u FLA.
,
of I'ru Kinnism. Hut the tide
power young, irresistible in their fury body of French troops, fighting liereeIv plan outlined by Colonel Thompson,
whie'h forward the
gathered and drove ,of buttle. Some of the Frenchmen and almost hopelessly in liellenu and they have agreed to co-operate to .
'
waters out of which thnt wave arose ,fulled out :. well-meant warring: I Wood near Chateau Thierry (since I', "Jt I .. . .. '. ,." .,if . , . . ".' : )
.
had turned before. It turned with and every way.
"Don't go in this direction. There lire 'then oflicinlly! designated/: by the French I
., through tho valor of our ;Mn- I Under the ruling of the War Industries
/: supreme
i the "
-. I boilu's with machine guns. They I government:( us the Wood of the ;
; ..- ....1' rines and other American troops in the..shouted !back : "That's where wo vvunt I I''rine-- lngadc! /: >) told me that when \In-I 1 Hoard newspaper publlKhers are
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first battle lit f'hateau Thierry nnd nt i{to "go. That's where, we have cornel'I 'had! arrived. almost to the point of exhaustion :forbidden to send their newspapers
the first week of
.- June.Itfllcau Wooel in I t three l thousand miles to go." And they 1 suddenly the Americans appcaieil. :free, even to soldiers. The newspaper rrr

.. The Amerie-an force engaged wns ,did /go, into the very teeth of the dead I rushing to the rescue. One of I must be subscribed for In the regular
I[ly machine guns. In defiance of nil the American officers hurried, up to --
small, measured by the stnndard of the only exception being soldiers
r they stoimed with !him saluted and said in execrably way :
precedent rifle and pronounced
numbers to which we have become accustomecl I| i' who formerly were In the employ of : ; :
this but the of bayonet in frontal" attack, against the i French just six words: : V'ous
in ,
t war story 1 massed machine guns. i i-fatigues, vous-partir, notre job. the newspaper and who left that servIce -
remain immortal
their will
4 and fighting and They threw themselves upon the I'"You-tired, you-get nvvuy our job." to enlist. Colonel Thompson therefore V ";
in its psychological strategicconseciiences victory-flushed Huns. I And did do their
| the action will take rank, to whom thin un-1 right nobly they proposes that the public In each
conventional kind of fierce job.
I believe the decisive battles onset came : contribute to fund that
umong/ as a complete and disconcerting surprill' I community a so THE UNIVERSAL CAn
of the wnr. the home newspaper (In our case thin
like
They fought demons with I
,
I am not spl'lIkinfrom/ hearsay. I utterly reckless bravery. They paid' '!FOUND BOOKS DEEP newspaper) may reach every man and '
was in Franco during the week preceding i'
that battle, the most anxious nnd the? price, alas! in heavy losses but for I woman now In toe service of hi* country

gloomy period probably, of the entire in what over-full they paid they took compensation j : We are authorized Ford sales and ser
measure. I DOWN IN DUG-OUTS e
war What 1 nm about to relate is i
based either on authoritative information lic'ad They formed of themselves' a. sppar- Few Escape: vice dealers and this Is your certainty of
nt the point nearest against '

own observations.gathered on the In spot tolling, or it,on nothing my- which the enemy's onslaught shfltt..r-I| Book There are few indeed who escape competent workmanship and the regular
American Library Association *
rcl itself
nnd l broke.
is farther from thoughts than They stopped I the I I having at least one cold during the Ford
my Ford when bring
/ 5 Hun, they beat him buck they broke : 8ur Reach Soldiers. Say prices, you your
te> wish to take away which one tithe from |tno spell of his advance.. They started'ictory Raymond Fotdlck winter months, and they are fortunate here for such replace-
the immortal glory belongs to cars
\ on its march. vho have but one tind Ret through with
the Allied armies, nor from the undying
grntitudi> which we owe to the nationn A new and unspent und l mighty/ I "I found the books of the American t quickly and without any serious Genuine mcnts and repairs as may

who for four heart-breaking (furee had l come into the fray. And the Library Aaaodatlon everywhere In.on 111"1|ue noes. Take Chamberlain'sC'ouirn be from time
j jyears IIun knc-vv it to his cost and the French I necessary
with superb heroism, fought/: i!knew it to their unbounded The'' France, Bar Raymond Fosdlck. chair : :( Remedy, and observe the ejirec- Ford
bntlli' of l'ivilil.lltion-our battle joy. of the National Commission time. You
the : man on to are sure
I'lench turned. Side by snle. the ;ions with each bottle, and you are
AI11'r-1
from the very beginning, no loss than Training Camp Activities who has Just
theirs-and bore untolel sacrifices with (cuns ami of the the French .stood, and on I returned' from! an extended trip over- ikely to be one of the fortunate ones. Materials olso, of getting the genuine
part front ,
never faltering! spirit. advanced, < another inch the iermans from that never day. Bens, during which be conducted a The woith and merit of this remedy Ford materials with r'

Just Uefore the Tide Turned 'Ihey |,oId for awhile and then set in thorough Inn 8tgallon( of the work IllS been fully proven. There nre fum-

On the 27th of last ;Mnv the Or- the beginning of the "great defeat. being clone by the varlotu war work lies who have alway* uod it for Ford low prices-sure that when we take

mans broke through/: the Fiench position I win in I'IIIIH. when the news of the I agencies. years when troubled with a cough or care of your Ford car that you will get

nt Cheniin des Prunes: a position .American ncheivemc-nt rcuche'd the "t found them In dugout* thirty or "old, ami with the best result.
which, had bc-en. ronsidpred bv the' Allies population. They knew full well what forty f Pt below ground. In tow-barns very : the full limit of satisfactory service from
us almost Impregnable. They over ct meant. Thi- danger -- ---- --
was still ,
wtu'ro had blown of
nhrnpm-1
prl's'i parts
thre-w the- (French as thc'y h.ul overthrown *'nt but the crisis wn< over. The Hoc: hofiMild Colds Cause Grip and Influenza it. Drop in and see us.
Hut .U In .
roof us w the ubKtanllHl -
an
the British two months earlier.Jnv not break, through" He could I Iami away LAXATIVE: DROMO QUININE Tablets remove th
) by .day t they. came1 ni'uri-r to T.iris would. !be stopped and ultimately huts und tent far bank from 'au.... There Is only on* "Bromo Quinine'
until only (hut-nine1. mile-s separate! thrown. buck I the fir tun' line
) ,out of France, out of llt1gium E. W. GROVE signature cm box. SOa
thorn from, their !iron I. A few days urroHK the Khunami: beyond''I I "I have found them la hospital and --- FORD GARAGE
mure at the" sinne rntc- of advance. ami1'arii ho III.I! for vvhii'h the noiel'v bc'si't droHHlng station.*; In uratterud village I

was within range of the CJormnn people, of France hail been praying/ hndarrived. In the training area where our men are
gum of terriflc dostmotive' power.1'aris The Americans hnd, connyi -, I I billeted and rvi>n In tho remote part Quite Simpla. A. VV. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors

tho nerve center of th" French '>ungtrong, daring, eager to. fight of France wbprfl the foi *trr unlti are Jim Jones"Dm 'i....{ ran love rajlelirlilmr

railroad system and the seat nf mllnyFrl'lII.h capable of standing' up against ami tarrylnc out iholr lonely, but efficient ut im "..Ir. ".'n l Ids dug lion 14 STAHKE, FLORIDA
war industries, not only but stopping and, beating back German' nil 'I'In.- L J
| and t>R9i>ntul! work. Your books are ID nliclit,; ? I'lirson--"Why, very
the very he-art of Frane-o, fur more to shock troop* specially, selected nnil'! cnaihiiul demand from the tUna thaHoldlors I t'nsy, lirotlier Jom-x-very easy-Ju.t
!
the Trench piopliin its moaning and. trained, and spurred on by the bolief! poison hi.. do '!"-Tuck.
:
arrlv In in America
traditions than the of camp
mi-rely capital in their own irresistibility. and the p-t-: -
thi> country ; I'uris in imminent dany haustion of their opponents.. The full until thi'jr come bark home after service -- -
<*r of Kuthloss bombiirdmont likiKluims vvuve of the hideous instruments of over there"The -

in possible danger even of warfare whch the devilish Ingenuity A. I., A. library 118nkJe baa

conquest by, tho brutal invader, drunk of the Cormuns hnd invented, liquiil 1<1 Known tremendously within the pant
with lust and 1 with victory As one fire, monstrous shells, vnrimn kinds of few months and millions of hooka

Frenc'hman expressc-d! It to IIII'V.: > gases' including th horrible mustard have been distributed wtoervvar soldlorn -

felt in our fares the very breath of gas, had struck the Americans m-unre| i and sailors are quartered, on sea
the approaching beast," ly and fully, und they had utooil anil or land!, Not Measured In

And, whilst the Hunnish hordes came foiicht:( on and won.

nearer and near and the very ronr of The )Fiench so calm in thc-ir trials _

the battle could. be, d:mly and ommous-"- sci lestrained. in their own victories "NEED ONLY CREED"
Iv heard from time te> time in !Paris, ira've full vent to their joy nnd enthusHMtn .

there wore air raids over the citv nt the splendid. fighting' and suoress SAYS GIPSY SMITH
practically every night and l tho shells of the Americans."" The talk of I Dollars and Cents
from the long.range monster guns: installed them was everywhere in Paris, him _
some sixty or seventy miles dn-ilx i,f thousands. of American soldiirs 'j, "Need Is the only croe d over there,"

distant, fell on its houses, places and alrrinly, in "Frnnc-e, thousandsiciniing I ,ilpolared: Ulp Smith, the famous

strei'ts nlmnHt. i-verv il'iy. :( upon every stfiimer. millions i'vnnn<'ll t. speaking to enormous audli -

They were not afraid l. these superb mine to come if nec-drd-and l they hail | "'ncos In Houlheavtvrn cltlets, where!
men and women of France. They doTiot "hovvn* the trrent stuff they were nimlu .a mi'etlngH hav,. b..en held In the The lull mea,ure of a Lank account is not merely in the number of dollars and cents
know tho of four In difir.se "' All gloom ,vanished. I 1'11"
meaning: overnight.
The full liiti-rent of the tnJtl'd'ar Work ca.DIo you succeed in gelling! together The full measure is found in the
of their beloved soil nnd their mngnidcence of the French 4
vnrrt'il. ideals. There was n<> outward Itv'htinK, :( morale shone out again-both : paten to op'n on November It,

nmnifi-stiktion e>sen of excitement or Iwniml, the lines and l nt the front. "IN I
ni-prc-m-naion. Tnlmly nnd resolutely: nc passeront pas!" "On los num." FLORIDA' NEWSPAPERS HABITS OF THRIFT

they faced what .destiny might bring. And UnUhcvik-Socialista.. Holo- I
Hut there was deep gloom in their i htt". weak-knecMl pacili-ts and thitt PLED22: ASSISTANCE

hearts and eliro feire-he./lmgs. whole noisomo tribe slunk back into inculcated during the time the account is accumulating. Tins bank solicits the opportunity
They hnd fought ami dared and suffered their holi-s und. corners Rppr.. l'ntI1U.<,. of Florida dully and
anI
hiding with in accumulating both the and the habit.
lo account
for we'll nigh four They \ cooperate you
years. f pliices, nnl never emerged ngiun.: wi'klr newspapers In Mtrndiiuce at a
had buried, n million of thi-lr son!;, And. as the people! of Paris nnd the lunclioon hoPld In connection |th aiununnif

brothers nnd fathers. They were! I'"Uus nt tno front correctly interpret- ( of United War Work earnl.alro -
iileechni: from n mill ion wounds" 01more. eel the meaning thnt buttle! .
in those \ workers
pledged themsMvea toimoontr.iie
They said : "\\V will fight on c) fiirly days of June so .did the I ,' tv BANK OF STARKESTARKE
supreme htn.l th >
drive
.. big to
ot I Il1t nS"
our last ilr.ip 11".1. i irphysical military I-.MVUS; of ;\\Inr.hlll Foch intrpret -
oppn on N'oYi-iiiber 11.
stri-ngth is odbini*. Theen- it. He knew
what the
emy is more iiume-rKiis, by fir: ttmn W". nirhting forrccould .In. which ne-w hnd grent:( I "1'ulr' ,ii-tliin, mi.::, (ho full strengthf /:

Where can we look for nid Th" Italians his "nlers. >and ru. Knew wh"comeumler it hc> th* Florlil:i n"w I"'I''r frati>rnlt> FLA.

hnve. their own soil to defend lifter mi-ant to ii" nnd could do with It. It In tinn.. Id IInI, In every section ofth ,

the disaster! of last autumn Out r is nn e-Iocpmr.t' f-ict that whon nix .. mat th" ,isilillr. will I,.. informod I,

troops nre in retreat. The Americannre t vvi>eV" l.ttrr ho struck his trront mnste. : throu{l' Hie "II1I.n' of *.ho prr-ia Ja.-tt j State, County and City Depository

not ready und, they are untried ni!I .troVe which was to 11'11.1 l u'timnti-ly. what tin alms and uhji en nf tha er<>n"int
the tierce ordenl of modern wnr- to tho \ .
vet in utter defeat mid
cnlltp" of the' wnr work IIJC' nrl>s uro to th1omlng \ tli
fare.. The Germans know well that ii rt "nl'mymerlclln ,
troops' formed the? eiimpahtn to ralso JlTOolOO.OOO.





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News of Florida 'in Short Paragr_- I Notice:Notice is of hereby Stockholders. /given. that Meeting the regular / 'HUT! SERVICE PROVIDEDFOR EVER SALIVATED BY I tstonuieli '1 rouble"Uefou.

.-.-. flMt'd .,........,...... n.r. : annual inciting of the stcwkhoid- CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! .
sn'LL- I used Chamberlain's Tab-
\ ? I ers of the Bradford County I5ank: will MEN IN BRITAIN
Live be held III its banking rooms III' Itt 1 doctored a great deal for stomach

I [ State Nejslfid Marke, Florida, on Tuesdiy, January : KiWghta of Coliin bus latabllah: HeV. Acts Like Dynamite or a Slug t trouble and felt nervous and l tiled 1
U, Ill') at 7-3D: ( p. m., to elect a
-- board of directors for tho ensuing!' year .". for Soldiers In England gish Liver and You Loco:: all the time Those tablets helped me

rVurExchang7s;; ;; "" -...I' an] transact such other business :a Day's Work.Theres .
i I ;; ;:: may conic before them. as London.-Thiinulita 1 nf Colambui front i the first and inside of a week's

J. II HITCH, JR., I in Great rtrltuln are making rnmajrk-' no reason way a person lime I had unproved I In every way," .
1 1J .I, 132t. Cashier able progress In their efforts to pto- should take sickening salivating calomel -
sent out to the tobacco ut><'11 HI mom. ..---- Tide facilities I thus! Kill\ enable man when 60 cents buys a large bottleof wl'itesIrs.: L, A, inkard, Ji'tferxoii

country in 1SHK! mon than a i Lofting i gaud:hou, off takc him to :Notice of .otut'khohil'rllh'linll: : in tho United States force: oversews Uodson's Liver Tone-a perfect City :Mo: Adv
e, 'J,j I
cigars.
:! \ntim 1 let" the jtiii 'man and herr Notice is hereby given that the regular / to enjoy such nodal, ntertsl-imant substitute for calomel. -

Ink und| ,III t a daik, East Live annual meeting/ of the stockholdels a. will help' ) to bHshten the ''ontinr It is u pleasant, vegetable liquid AI"0 -
has the only sponge fisheries town was held >I th'dJ!'(' of uf the Hank of Starkc will be of military and naval lit*, lip to the which will start your liver just as sure-

Tarpon Springs .r-hippcd who (IIn'l'oI. | the up Viet 11\1'0;\ \ soldier beheld in its banking rooms in present. writing, lhe\ have i>..t hllhed !! ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you 1919 AUTO TAX
,
$1,000,000 wuith in 191 hands hold I up his Staiki, Florida on Tuesday. January ,
while the ; clubs R' I the, following {Hint.. 20(5PV1 ( sick and can not salivate.
hb cloth.. Wol1nt thre.uirh :2I!1. l UI1! 9, at 7:30:: p. m., to elect aboard Children and folks
eXlracti.Z. The'ic < /{war. Road, Linden; Market grown up can NOW DUE
has thirteen of the tim reported I of directors for the (ensuing
sixty- to the Dodnon's Liver
take Tone it
because
h" imnwd. 'elll'l Dray ton, TJttlhnmptoi>. and Inverflee.
lately and transact such other business
reservations for '
slV
the
1 pro- went to the I I is perfectly harmless.
.. :
and Temporary utrnctkurvi havebeen
preservation of bird life I the Ilair h"lIded for J caught muy come before !h.pm. Tags Now Ready for Shipment
nVllle. Calomel is a dangerous) drug. It is
/
r soldier escaped! The CiO.: \\HlTK.. erected In many of the larger
artesian wells, some foic- l-'l-'t: :! Cashici I cmnpn, which are0 be rap1no t meicury and attacks your bones. Take : The
Legislature hanged tho
/ rates
done of nasty calomel today and
hortlY anbntfliitliil huts a you
as high by
us twenty feitnbove' 'rwo for t of
lift"'n iegmtration motor vehicles for
are found in many sec- rail from" year 'entry girls IU'IUJ.lm :K h\; ,\MIN1IOVThe : To date 2.000 unretartHs bare beer will feel weak, sick, and nauseated! to 11119.!)
away. their
state. yule to Tarnno. .. lu. .. ,...I.lit_ .Urooks-.. United I I called for and trio response to bring; I morrow. Don't lose a day's work. 'lux due from persons in thc Stnto
-- -" ..' States Civil Service Commission Take of Hudson's Liver
a spoonful
and the result of the nOlillays; lag nplendld lien of high prlnrlpleu :ill! days< : .
county a good\ many dead and lu.ttht'r, in .ad,. il one has announced examination i and ready rmpnthle. Each rrwii I Iij Tone instead 1 and you will wake up KATHSMotoieviles :

d 4 planted in July, after illg' to lhe/I'/ room IIf"lIpitlll. (io- Jacksonville for the count.v of i Itaker{ to be held at I I I j over thirty five years. of age and I h..,. feeling great. No more biliousness, : _ ,, _._ . ___$ 2(10(
been January 'S5:! 1919! to Jill
harvested. night of ,
satibfactory. J Results dnlll'inA' they' turned one heater I the .position of rural ,'lIrrierIt Snpp I I placed himself unconditionally\ '11 she' I constipation! sluggishness, headache, Horsepower A. L. A. M. A.
I'q' -i warm the andgae coated tongue or sour stomach Youi
room 'nilY, to and) vacancieH that may later occur on .er.lo of the nritiinlafiUon, to hut
I I'.til'. turned,Ioil, 1 the g.". th..y' rural routes from other t post olllces in i T.r poet nf danger or hardshIp. bbf .. I druggist. says If you don't find Dod- I Rating
only twenty states in the posed. .\, sup- I't son's Liver Tone better than horrible1
more daily the valve a matter of voweve-r the above mentioned county The exfoim ,.. rattedI'KIC11NT acts :\ulomnhiles,2i h. p. or less 500utomoluleH

has, and, Honda t newbpupel's way handle wii-tid all the; and applic'ation blanks may be calomel your money is waiting .\ over :22.! to :27! h. p. 8,(OOtitomobiles u
is only around
ulluw'f
fondhouse obtained from the offices mentioned for you. ((12--4H ) over :27.! to 'i5 h. 1200utomobiles
in population. the roe.ni. name : :: nor(; CHOI.KK p.
About, 'et0of"
the '. above- or from the! United States Civil I \ over ::15: h. )p.- .__ 1500Automobiles
\ bccam) curious I I Service Commission The II. .\, Thomas Powder hob
building an elevator for had not the girls at Washington, IJ.'C. Hog r t I II !I"lItin/ll0/ or moro 100.00Tiucks
I Everglades\ corn at West ami found,awake.d,, hrlth\ door' \' Applications! should be forwarded a roooiil of !II C:> per cent cures of ling\ / I not over 1 ton _ __ 1000)
one dead oth
und j I to the commission nt Washington at TiiitkH. 1 tun not 2
is being drawn. The ( UII1''nRcioIlH. Cholera, If you feed, your h"g' asdntuteil over over
pro the earliest practicable elate. I V _ _ _ _
backed by lo'ul111'11.. , nee-d never fear. hog, tons ___ 21>.00

>Ir r machines in When the winter resiel0f interla war the commission will in uctoreinncc tholcra nor any other bog disonstnd, _ __ ___ ._ ____ Ono
mail (light Hew from u ,'hen began to return. f. pent, with the request. of the post the directions are very simple. just TuiikxPenlei' over .1 I tons ___ _ _ 10000/ I

:- (;u., a distance season" t they made the .dory that office dcpailmcit/ admit women to rural about what you me doing plus a f'w 1 __ __ ___ n_____ 1500) ,.
their
.! homes had been carrier examinations the ( hau ffl'lI, I'" __ _ L.00asket
: : in two and! a half hours. the eel| during upon cents worth of 1)). A. ThomiiM IIoFI'ttvvd0r l.---
summer and mu< h vale, same Hem wn guns and
erly, taken prop conditiunsas m0n.-Y. in the' feed twice a week
In
all IIl11hulan" ,
of Tied, Thorpe pro, to the,. iili 's operated' by un-
found a ncgto amount; ol $:!,UIJO were" n from Usually, though, holc'ta gets: in l I"fm' i tnki'iI I s __ _ ._ -- 1000)

)'. Thl're'el'e floating no in Ttimpu marks several homes Suspkoi, ,|, Old City's Pride. (' wo know it. 'Ihen) it,t i'<>quii' ',. The I haw requires| an application,

that the man hail met with "I Duiby) lowlIl'IIlIhn ill / Dail.y. ais: "ore. The pride .>..r (Jin 'In- Is Its iltiu'elhill :, lose attention to each bog: i 'ai'h big sworn to for each machine registered.Ml .
a caipent: and! thought from vvlhh' thenIs. a "low Hint qui| >lions should he fully answered -
to be , must I Indosed-and if will der i
a good .in/en .\ you t fo Mine correMpondt'iu IVrxonnlherks 1
'h our no city (In III(> win'M, can mat.'I), It towers
unit was seemed and in ILe I hou.e11. ; them as ditected, Jon will SUM' IK'It"1 I delay l dtliviry.Itlank' .
of the nliiioNt sheer. hniiilieils. of fc<'tuhop
'
police record ..
) \\ found
.
full, turn I be hail, from
w' of the than fat! ) per ee-nt. If you don't tin H ninv Enrages,
liquor figured conspicuous )l.liindcr. the\* St I I.attrenre on one "Id.t| | ,
Dnibv's wife w Tax Colic torn. Sheriffs, Clerks Cir-
cc-lcbration of Christmas in and she' told of hoi hll"hll'whl'r' 'rreste.l_I anti the city ">'II !MM' ,orbit) KlUiitr ibn A. Thomas' medicine touts you not h tJrovo.sl'a"lclc..4. chill Tonicratorrevllalltyeud | wit" (Court or by applying to

Twenty-seven arrests were uboiits Mi, ,riff Magan vision u olds n'id. Mill.I'ii\ range: of intr'i' -not some ..Ii tnllt inanului, II .., I Irie
'
wire sher .n rn' i iiutlfyloU end any I
hours. iff at I'airhope, Ala, 'and, 'otlil'ial, I river and for<.-t t ,mil. parish' / wad the fur turnpay vout' money bin, 'k. ''hinafhebluoti' l. 1,,il nniMmilftsrlltsSliwiiilllirnlnil , I ERNEST AMOS,

Palm State Park for wned him bark' that /Darl) ui' l0f' t I purple Luur>'nt inn..'*. .old by I K:' S. Jones) Adv' I , lavliiuraiiiiil' tIT: I'rl.o. tWo. I I Comptroller, Tallahassee, Fla.

foity- Kloriili lie was aI'I""on, his .____
:Miami, is the only one iirrival i ',ir Inteilnchen an.. -
owned and promoted, I by, mil, .given, he ced in .... - - - - -
ofVomen's Clubs cil'euit a at ing. und I If,, the ...., ..,.....,... --u- - - - k
It court. - - - - - - - - -
J wonderful collection of
1
Ill order, to relieve/ amu .
i
s.tilde
p"r
the 'ottllll> seed .
siiuati"
of pecans have btart- 'nuble crushers nol| to
scale in the :Macclcnny icg- meal and to handle cn, aced]
hulls with .'
repotted thut the crop will 1'idi'inl Food .\ gicjitii I idjty
'-trutir" i\toii
as' good i as last year and Iliachum has issued I tin. "P'II> ,
carloads: of the nuts will 'der, : "On and or
titter
J.inu.irv Stock Sale
: 'lnlJ.!) !
this season. ,e cotton, seed ushers i will lie, n. )01| to : Reducing

l' '- sell cotton seed. me-.il_no.m.. .Iit... .._..
of work begun\ last ton or less at $'_' per. ton t 111'1'\, UIIU'
I, part of the efforts to nave 1 bus stabilized price )Llfntu,; the( '
'
purposes, over four hun- nine elate eriishem and mills! | |he) h
pounds of fish! have been allowed to sell cotton! reed, hull lets

I the gulf coast of Honda than car load) lots at S2:! per to',Ove
in the South and :Mid th(. previous stabilized l t.rlrc.'rhisunnounrement i
'
J I m approval and will no. doubt me'nth Saturday 4 1919. for cash
appreciation o>f iTro' Beginning January Selling only.
,
Johnny Vickers, 18 year old colored number of individuals and Corns
youth, of Plant City, died Saturday interested, and, occupie-el in hang
i :from the effects of a gunshot wound cotton seed meal and hulls, asju

"" accidentally inflicted by another boy enable/ disposal, of >stocks at a er To make room for several large shipments of Hardware of r
with whom the Vickers boy had been profit to the mills and thus ice

empty hunting gun Snapping led to the of tragedy.a supposedly>,i, the them growers to make, larger purchases m all kinds coming shortly, we must reduce our present stock to


a display the new line. The public will thus be able owing
Florida has some of the largest/ and) John Laileyeorn departed n ,
most beautiful springs!':! in the world. Tampa/ at midnight! Tuesday. .
Several of them How at the rate of enthusiasm>! evident< mi the pa r'a f this sale, to buy any article in our stock at greatly reduced prices.

200.000) t.. ;100,000! gallons per minute. all the "watch night'gathin.
!:
Silver Springs near Ocula, lows( :.TTS- 'ihose in the thurches, "lejuieid qui/; Will be sold cheaper than can be bought wholesale today.

000 trillions n mmuto.' It is believed Ihnthi..key as n busim, .
I . ', I" ,.; I: < :.' 11, end in Tampa, At SOUK, oiln oats'i' pi 11\;\ We give prices only on a few articles as space will not permit along

there were mourners. ;Most .of th..
r AT.I (', Uriiuhart,\ agent for the older. house tI".I'd, | out I thin .HI..i I sale list. Everything reduced in price. Call and let us
Tampa and (iulf Coast Railway at today down to a )point where. they v'
Clearwater, was sitting in his office hav.. 'no tioulili, with the net I 111\\ ( show
Thui'-"ln\' night some unknown person lesoited. to nn auction and vot rid you.
/fired thiough/ the window at him with its stock to the last but. Ue, iiiil the I,
a shotgun loaded. with buckshot )lie I jug. There was an unu-i il number

was lamfully but not seriously injui- I out-of-town' visitors to Tampa aim. 'I'1N\S'.Uti/: ; : DIslM.S I / ; ;\JJ|i.M.M\: ; {;OILS I.I.L.M.OIIS; : : : ; \: (J
k ed. ,r''Overt>!: day last we,'k. an I ,"IIIolltl)I' .
i und Tuesday the Increase was ve"ty !'u, Wash Pans - .1:; _">e, Soup H WH! --------I.> 1 1-:><' Ma.hme Oil .10 $1 L1 l"i: 7.inrh Turn Plows .1 H 1-:.

The Plant City strawberry move- j ti""lIh"lal1] : .' who. snuiiLi" "P'd I t to n'f_: \ ( - : O t 15c Soup Howls _ .lo.' l ii1;!,,' HowU ' ..L') ;$1 .:25! H-null Turn( Plows W!

mont i i is gradually assuming!' proportions I hotels swinging their suit eases, fig hl '.,01 ( afrce Pots - - ,:.!II) .M 1.7Ii !Plates, net of $1 .10 Collar Pads .M 70,. to fl..r)5 Sweeps'' Hi; lu

that will make it' the lending industry r''I Iy station and confiding bore them to hotel I 'sit'' .! 01', -' pi Tin Hu.kets - -- ,:JO! $1 .01) Collar Pads, . .7:, :21 I null. 50.to $1.2.>
until the spnng! vegetable crop porters heavilj load, IMAM.OUSliOc : 1 : : )
comes in. The' quality of the berries >I bags luie-k t" the, station soil<1 other i r.. \\IKI.WAUI: $,,,,00 Linseed Oil, gul.BOe __ 1.1 Fin;" /llouxehold White paint, half

now moving! is a* fancy as ever shipped I fused' to let the .station porters mata 'I I .':> Dish' Pans! __u_____ .'(N I) :Milk Pans - . - -- .- . !:) ; Whips _ ___ -- u___ .ar: pints' and quarts :2le) ti> )H5c

from Plant City at this season of ':. needed tip foi.eivue i "I'i. h.in led, tl l It ;gnu Dish Pans l ___ 1.Jilt>> $1 L2.i (toilers - - - . .'.I Me) l.ubrh'atinJOIIgal _ .1.1)'; White airs. Paint, $1.MO val- ,

the year .uitclIs's'er with the IIIJUlldio II, nun fl. 10 Hollers. ._ _ ___ __ .75Vtc ____ __ __
Handle/ that earelullv. I.,,}'" Thei-e ;,ro't. Wash Pans ---------- ..')'.1 u $75 Itange: ._. --02,50:: ue, 1 J--2 gal 1.W

Towing a barge, to :Moore Haven was a rl'll"on. as urn. ..r the. piomim"n't I ,.01' Milk Pans ------ ---- .0;9 / Dish ii'anx------------ ..SIHe :{ $*f5;! )Range, .______. .____ .11.75Vblte Hasu{ Paint, $:M.iiO/ vul-

from Rita i island, the barge 1 struck on liquor firms used l to. ndvi-rtise. ,' in the 7hlk. : l Puns ____.__ __ _ fig Cake; Pan - -- --- -- "U> $,t5 No. Ii Stoves .__. ____ _:W.<{ (,ll lie, I gal. > . :2!,75!
the rocks just off the red lights and old days when, booze ads were allow'
lost 500 crates of tomatoes. Within s in print and on billboards nisiirsV.ge I / f I 1.J.5J.llnt..rnllu. _. _ __ .85: $2fil/-I..HStoVIR: / .- _ I5.0O "r: <- Varnihh, pint _ . ,'10
few hours another boat wont on the :0r .table! I Dishes .2;:, _ _ __ _ .'. ."
( --- - $1 I.m: Hrooms > > $ !tfi! Ihd' nit, Vapor Oil Stove. :)500) I, HVarniHb, quart .70
rocks the another I pn
at samp point and Daily this '
half thousand crates of tomatoes were looked geiod to) I'ascu/11'1 county Kl.iml fame lotto'i:' ,roc( \'ig table DishesPlatUrs ---- ].10io r :5150 Oil Stove Ovens _ :1.00 :)0c) Stove Piping, -- . :K $;:1nn Hax-ors n______ n _ 2.flOI'

lost. find ; Sac _uu_ ____ ,: $L75 C-gal. Oil( Cann _ 125; Cotton. _
a large acreage was planted 1 lu? I n liOc H'p.'l'low Lines $') :$.r.II Razors - 2.0OVt
!_ the farmers had to pay high wag.!: ', 0ne Howls -- u -- -- --- - .11 lOc 1-gal. Oil Cans .- . .25JOU ,!lic:) Hemp Hope Plow Lines .: I0e- Shaving Hrushe 'ID

Sunda.v; the 11 o'clock Con t Line for labor and picking and, the ...ott"did II :2.e: PlattersPitihers- - - .- - -- .15 $ :Mail Hoxes ,_. _ ISM/ $1/ .00'" Illicit _ .7;:; t 811. Shaving llrusbi'H _ .lilt
passenger train split n swit<'h near the t.ld as> expected Those wh *:? _ '00 r.c Wash Hoards ,'10
.station' in Live Oak, the ,engine and have sold their cotton feel that th'\ u. n. :: - :fl .:20 JIll.'" ,!ill) ;::>e. Shaving!: Cream _ .2;; e
='
40e'toe' Pitcher 70. Lard, Cans . _ T,0
- .u <
express car leaving the track and have reali/ed l little if any profit wit rte' - uu ;112: ::2ri! :Shovels; 1N5 1 .<1 I.OII( Hone-H 73 4
; _ _ .1 1.;; 'n -
21' PiteheritBowls
breaking !loose from the balance of the I hose who are able, are holding out for - $!$1C: f Cano Steam, Canners 7.!'M0c .
train. When stopped the enl'inf'VIIS a price at which they think they cmafford I n : . _ .21.IT.: -> Half Bushel :Measure ,a$1.: '10) (Pit,'horks 100) ) !;ii. Poultry. Powders ..1TIO >

just ready to go over on its side The to sell About) the time of t he,< 7. (Glasses . :; You can save on any article you $1 1 I.20 Pit,'hforkrtJl .! fur Machine Oil .07
wrecking crew from Waycross cleared last eking; the cotton staitier or ry'i1.
the tracks late that night. bug appeared,) on the plants. and damaged l5c: Soup Howls n -. ,2.; flied in the Hardware Line :$ .7fi Kelly Axes 1 1.1:, All Tools at reduced pnei'sTake ,

-- I what remained besides. gni ng,
L. B. Skinner, probably the largest from cotton to citrus trees and n

grower and shipper of citrus fruit on "nee instance ,causing the tre...s t,,' advantage of this sale the need
to buy supplies
the west coast, states that now that I defoliate and ,drop their fruit. Hi,side you
it is being moved it develops that the weevils that Dr. Weaver sajs are hoi I
wl''ilw'r.., during 1919. This stock is all first class new and up-to-date
damage to the fruit crop by the sti rm found in at lea-t "er. w
which struck that section in August I is /field of the "tintj With the di.o'lrngement "I'-

even greater\ than has been heretofore this year and. the p,," .i
estimated. In addition to the thousands bility of less profit or even total I,,*<
of boxes of fruit stripped from through boll weevils and cotton eta 'n: I It

( the trees, great quantities were thorned 'er, it would appear that little I1tt'mJl''
and) otherwise bruised, and is not will be made in Pasco county n"xi t ,
shipping well.Enough year to raise cotton. 'fhe Iad) ('i i 1" .i.it' ,

Banner while it always encourage, 01"' ,
beans to make approximately growing of Starke Hardware Co.'l
any crop thnt will 1 b pr' f
25.000 gallons of castor oil have
, been shipped from the hulling plant at ituMe to our farmers!, adviseI I h

Lpesburll to the plant at Gainesville farmers under present conditi", n- '

when the oil is extracted. Although i let cotton alone and give all their, "tI t

there hns been some notoriety given I tendon to live stock and feed and t' ,. r t
to the attitude of the comptroller of ,

the treasury who declared the castor! groves.- .. _.
--- -
bean i ontracts illegal because they J. O. FRALICK Proprietor
No \Vorms in a Healthy ChildAll ,
were ugned/ by a subordinate officer,
there has been no trouble in collecting children trouble! with worm have an un
healthcolor, which Imlicatra pour bis4..ml I u. arul
for the beans shipped from Leesubrg ., there Is more or Irnfl Htnmach dUriirfniitCRO STARKE FLORIDA
\ 'S TASTELESS chill TUNIC given, rcnuljr yl I -
George, Davis an old negro resident far two or three weeks will enrich the blvd In I
of Live Oak' while planning to go to prove the digestion. and act as a General, !Sifnar'
Jacksonville nlntf Tonic to the whole lyiirin. Narure will the., I
was persuaded by a col.
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Chad wl'' 'b.
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ored woman to stay in Live Oak un- la perfect health. Pleasaat. U tan. *. sue per boat -- - - - - - - - ,







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FRIDAY, JANUARY; 3, 1919.
. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA.
,; ul1Y: -. _.
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HANK STATEMENT
: j r under where before they stayed in pup America's PleJf Food Ruport of the condition of the Bradford
t..nts. MUST INCREASE' ('..alley, Hunk, at Rtnrke. in the State of Florida
It Gave Hea /the AlliesIn at thu else of biiHintwa December II.)l run.
i
Soldier Letters. I / I It is laid that this will be the main; KeiourcrtKlllx

embarkation camp over here for the Th arke.t HouWhatever recelvilblu ._,ia Lufi6xl

r I ._. .. troop going back. It is estimate! Overdrafts -.- 2S4.79
that 0," cent will FOODJXPORTS t'nlled Stntn. Ilondi - ;"'I17! r.OI
i I > per come throughhere. ( Am..rll'lwill
I H if ry I State, county .end municipal bends ,:,nun. >MSrbiMil
,. <
France, Ni"v. W), itflii We have not completed the send. That wiJrlrn'a pledge to uarranU ____ n (.tile( 14

i I ii.; Snpp, 1 I' amp yet. *,uncll.cotiso !. And barmy (... Wnr ravines tamps" - ]lad, -tUnnUinir >
l..ufiu-d: Ma.r.i'.ni'd blest of the Inlt"'lIl1lf,1 / hoiiHe, furniture and (txtiin'B -
I 'is a seaport ages und then :
hindhitherto
I America Called on by End of the Jrn' food < I .Y7G.UO
I your letter) yesterday und I an old fort of Ages here that wu- --- -
,-iid:I,I to hi'iir from you. It was no mil CO yours.before. Christ. I hove War to Supply Added tide, use." took heatFBIHI Hue Oibrr, from niul Incorporated"estate' -bunks nn___ T'.i.jHd.iii" :'t87 'It

I .t lid I 11111181.' have missed one! or two (been( all through it and it was a jab and went tots OtfCkM and exchnntrvs. Citr cleurinic.. l">.?7i.0rt
wrote m.Vell. I feel of the Cats hnnd 1 .r.1".9;
I'i' you I worthy Romans/ who built it. Millions. on -

i MI.r I now than I did a few days ago Since the war has ceased there has (cnterprfl" I much soft con ___ -----a53p0:1(
Total'
I| 'f I \NJI-. 11Ih(' last battle on the day ,( I'n I a bunch of changes. It ruined l --- Increased perk f>'s, food Conner nn.n Miihll/li-.

in c was "(" ..Iar.011/ the eleventhblur < tory day since my arrival here until ECONOMY STILL NEEDED. viillon liici-UMiP" ( rt_total shipments run till stack paid in .8 25.000.00
I I was right up in the front line I I the t eleventh hour of the eleventh day Surplus fund _______nn.h. J 11!.100.00rmlMdi'd
enough to out I doubled ,' prnfltH (less expenses, and
lit I was lucky get of tho eleventh month when it hm 176.10

without a scratch. 1 believe the closcM I II'nined I but very little. When we eumeher" Over Three Times Pre-War Shipment + 4 + + + + 44+A Piv tnxeii' iilf>ndn pnldl uninild, ----. 2.500.00(
call I had when bullets cut ) 4 + + + + + r'4 . to check 185.02223
Was we were to build a for the Individual"' d< |M ltn Hlibji'Ct
Bradford "i,0ii;
I t through the sole of my shoe. Our corn- I now it Is the l'eVtrHe-it will be for I I II Fat Proves Government' + FAITH JU D CitHhier'n Savlnirn depomU. , --. 12W.9B7 71
IIUM.V was lucky in only losing a few the troops going back to the States. BY EVENTS. 4

/ ..
have been having u good, longn.xt / the sick und I II' that drastic 4. stnlt, of I'l.iriiln. County of H'radford.
atStarke. wounde will ve
anti class matter at the itnwi-ollirr go buck first. + I do not I. .1. If hitch Ciinhii'r of the al'"" tamed
now but we' have u good deal of I' Lrest does not like the n'I'l led to miiln- *.
Florida. seem town + force need tutu Ii, do Kolnnnly/ swear that the nbuMtnte' -
hiking to do. We don't mind that so :Iit, won u few weeks ago, with lightsl.urmng With the guns In Europe .SlIene"'I'j' 1I..lrlhuUon| | and + niriit. In true to the bent of my hnowli.Uf.c nail
we have now to consider a + thin eCOlll' J. H. II ITr n.
much now after the war is over and i where they had not burned applies by tho +. belief. ,'
S .Editor: and Owner wo think day's hike puts us ; for food blnmtlon. Itui/ there. (' + sane use l'ur.'OIlh..t: ".hler
to;. S.: MATTIlKVt; every yours. Places are opening up and f American peoIriinn'il + N. T. niTcir.
J. C. KOKINSO.N. Associate Editor.l9t just that much nearer home. I hope ] I the people have u different look on hope that the volume of our exports + great tniij f a deep 4 W. 'r. W :EI il will nut be long before I get to go their faces. Talk of people celebrating can be lightened to the slightest de- + pie and It O., J. RRIFI-'IN.; niu->:t..n.StiltKcribi'il .. .

hiunc" once more, and you all mush i the French sure celebrated t the gear with! the ci'xxntlon of host llltles. + and obldlij'itfiice h In the Intelllertige +4 and sworn HMD.\ to before m,- 'thu II.vn .
Amerlciiahose I day i.r .Innunry.
1 iiinke n lots of sausage! for I tight of the eleventh. Whistles blewtuul Millions of people. liberated from the ,+ of J. T. PEEK
\ .<> Jr\Nl.JAR 1919CUN "lIlcI"IIL u fl'wIohcn 1 get there. I hulls rang. I was in town that I'russlun yoke are now depending + business I \ aid we anticipate 4 Notary Pubyt-,

Cry Miiil, that he wanted us to lent 'iiight and the French and| United upon us for the f.,1l'hleh will keep + nl' 'Md on to remedy + -- -- .
j Mt1N j u.& !( wllll j HIrr.I h I out of the Ruche\ an long as we'I' States /flags were /flying everywhere I Ihem from dm 1'\'lIlIulI.t + the e
Could find one, and you can tell him'II Very few or any other country could With food the I'nltod<<1 States made 4 \\111'-111'/ Hoover August +. I of the condition of the t.awlMI."
:: i2J 4 that we were giving them his order he seen.I +. flunk\ nt' l.nwtey. in the State of Flotnl't < 11
I i--urc' enough, when! the whistle blew to.ea.sc It possible, for the" forces" of democracy + 10, 191J. + the clone of .biiHinen. December ::11, l'l-!'
I guess we will come home early to hold, out \U-tiiry.. To Insure KeafiurrenF.onna
11 <" ti'inJ.r.'e, went over the top ntsix 4444 + 44 +. ____ _ t > of.
516 ThaliaI2J13141516, dock in the morning lifter sleeping next year, though I can't tell now ju4.vhen \ 'leinocrucy' In the world" we must conInuo I + + + + + 4 + + on real entate
i / it will be.Leonard .. ,, in ,shell holes all night. When we : to live simply, In order that we then reel! ctttiite' .__ __"-.n -- -'.'t tn ."10
: fl t i woke up the next morning we wereCcovert Osteen came through here niiy supply these" liberated, nations ofEurope I "I, .other l..an and diHcountH" I I''c.'iii.' OHOn
_ _
I since I J nlrafta __ ___ 18110(1
here --
i il with H big white f'ostlnd, we,, we encamped I did not see with food. Hunger among aleople PlentyBqis I'ultid" Sinter' -boniU- u____. __ __. too 00
1 192021122,2324[ 25 had to advance through! a marshy flat few inn but Jim did. lIe only stayed u InerltnMy! breeds anarchy.Unerlcnn Raft's hank nil hi'UHi., furniture, and flxturen' 2-'t! '< i 14
,
where the water was nearly waist d..pbllt days. food must complete the work Other real t'Hlnle -)
'' >'2fi. t6
As ever r u, from incorporated hunks
228,293031L no one minded hitting it and we " ot making the world safe for detuoc- 'l Other cash Items ________________ IZO.Sl
25 broke the ice, going right on to the GLENN.= = racy. I fnnh on hand ____nn______-_ -,\(-7.16I'roft
front. The Germans; had machine guns Ant. P. O. 71/1./ Base Section No. Ii.I I IAm. Serve less and boss .______nu____ tOA1.33
Ex. Forces, France. _lust____ year we sent ll.S20.ooo, tone __f : - - .
,I placed and opened up on us when wegot EatK3 meals a day
food to Kurope. For Ihe present fll..1H7.65Liabilities
: I year, Total ----n-n-----------------
I for them. Talk about taking
right :
I I
Both of Starkp'u bunking institutions I The following letter is from with only the European: Allies to feet, Wa! nothing
cover! We did that too. We would J. W. ('..""lInl xtock .paid. -------------S15.50.00
report, the best year in their I knock mud, water and ice as high aKI i I'inholstcr to his mother, Mrs A. .1. we had originally pledged! ourselves to I uests will cheer" tnilividiutl, di'iKMHtM. Hilbjert to. check lft.570.H5.
history. This tells the of "Vb I certificate of denonit _ 1.022.S0rnoh".r'
story cuiimimty I your head hitting the /ground flat t tour on I'mholster, of Brooker: a program that wotiM have Increased Time ?- 1.IR2.71!

progress" and prollp..rity.Jo'rom : stomachs: and it Was not cold I November 27. 1ItR.! i our exports to IT.notl.txiO( tons. Now, fun care simple fare SuvlntfH' *depokitjt checks _outstanding____n______-_-._--_- 7.4411.57
I much then. It makes me shiver now'' Hear) :Mother: to feed the liberated nations, we will I Ml other llnbllitka _______--*-. 1(16.06.

general nilvertisers the inquiries who received from i to think of it. I guess it is about time I was writing have to export a total of not lens than D/roud to be Total, ._ .__-__ ___.______u___.-111.387.65- '
contemplnextensivp I It was only u few minutes after we you once more, as I had a letter 20,000,000( ) tons-practically the limit j State;, if I'loridii C"0'of/ Kradford. sI
: advertising campaigns!| the cense firing before the Uoche was over f><,m you the other night: and, believe of loading cupurlry nt our ports. Reviewing and saver .1. C. Myrd. CiiHhio rot the above named
Telegraph concludes that business men in our trenches trading souvenirs, and nip, I sure was glad to hear from you the world food situation w'efind ""anli, do solemnly Kwear that the above state
''m.n. !I. true to the bent of my/ knowli-ibri' nn,1b..uf.
view generally of are taking an optimistic I (Miying the lioehe had finished and was but sorry to hear that Truby and that some footls will be obtainable ] J. C. BYRD
the
outlook for
the coming tickled over it. l.uhedia had been sick but was glad In quantities sullk-lent to meet all IIKItltF'H 8AI.E Correct-Attest' : Ciuhier.
year. We think there can be no doubt I You tell the rest that I am writing to hear they were better. I have been world needs Notice if'b, given that under and by Lofts IT. HILL
that the best times in the history i of this letter to all of them and I wish just a little bit sick one or two days under a regime of economical virtue of locution faaued out of and. under r t. W.F. BROWN OODWIN.; ninctorn.Subncribed .
tho country are in store for The \ consumption. On the other the Hial. of Clerk of the Circuit Court insnd W.
us.
all of (Christmas I but not to to :: this lot
you a Merry ( enough go bed. There lj>rti county Kluriila.* d.-ili'd the \ anil sworn to apron me
business band there will be I Fur
thing for men to do is to lots of here that market world I favor of of January 1019.
good; things to eut. arc some have been sick but "th dii\ """ I. t. r> HUH. In lay
IItf'lIrnlhl'lId nnd take full advantage You Mid something about Cecil Cn- none dangerously( ill at present. shortages In some Important commodftloa. W C. WH and W. M. Whittt-n. rartnent, JAS. T. MOORE Public
of the situation.We WhilU A Co., and Notary
ulna. bunM/ W. C.
son and myself having our pictures You mentioned something! about me ,'" ui iHt ,*.,rl1l. I I, W .1. .;""e..on. afl
made together. It was not me-it wits coming home soon, but I can't tell Return to Normal Bread Loaf. .h..lrr, ciridfof county, Florida, will nell ;Notice of tOt.kh.Ih1..rsI..tlnlf: :
arc beginning to think it Is William Snpp. I have not seen Cecil when it will be for have With the wheat It public t MO the hlichi-iit and but llddcr. the
we to enlarged that
stay crops =Notice i Is hereby given
about time for the great United] States I the 3rd dRY of February A. D.Ills.
since I was in Kngland. Am sorry t to ound take care of the sick and the which American, farmers have grown, "fur cash. It of th court houHU dOM In stockholders of the I.awtey State Bank
government for to quit humming the I say but I have not found, a place i iKrunce in min who have to work over here. So and the supplies of Australia, the Argentine I :Stnrki...in"tin' the following( diiribi'it, land of I.awtlFIn" will hold their annual -

are newspapers constantly! asked advertising to sp"l'e.'e notice or I where I could have a picture you see it may sometime yet beforewe and other markets now accessible Iyhl" art" Uradford county. .Florida to- meeting' nt the office of ,said Bank
!give> t
Write all ,
made. mo soon and the "
home.
the various business activities of the come The day we get orders to shlpiiIuK) there are bread I The Ntiut Quarter of NnrtheiiHt Quf.r- on Tuesday, January 11, 1919! at 3
but news. I to stand by for the States willIe grains to enable the t es of 84, jartert. : ; also. o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing -
government are always told' there I'VT. ADAM: T. SAPP, enough nations to pNorthwest / nfIhwiUHrUT
the happiest day of life. Weimother :10. NoipMalf transacting
:
is no appropriation for paying fauch < I Co. II, :!:ai Infantry American Expe- the thing do my return to their normal wheat loaf ,", of section :I5. Tp. a. S. R. a board of directors and -
we most i is
now other business that may properly -
The much thereof an l I. neceBairy wutisfy any
advertising.! !governmentdoesn't ditionary Force, prance provided we continue to mill flour at .1 t K.: ij
to move from place .....
to place. Just I execution and costs in this come before .
nsk anyone else to perform service -I moved the last time a high( percentage of extraction and I I'' them.J.
Saturday was a i I C. BYRD,
for it for nothing Why should maintain In eating and the j javoidance i 1-1, W. J. EPPERSON.
the newspapers be discriminate i :'III'. Frank M. Crews of Highland, week ago from Billy to this place- economy Sheri, Bradford Cu. Fluildu... 1-3.2t. Cashier.
against? Senators and I has lately received the following letter C bateau i.e Petit Hois. I guess/ you of waste. J.3.3t.

lives have long had this bad representi habit also from his ,son, Glenn Crews, who i ion III I think it is some place from the name In fats there will he a heavy shortage .-. -

notwithstanding: they do not even duty with the U. S. army in France: but it is now much in my way of think- about S.OOO.lxxl.OOO) pounds In l ,

subscribe for the papers. They probably I Brest France Nov. 21, 1918. I ing.I. pork products dairy products and I '
have heard that of vegetable oils. While there will be a ,
do not care to be bothered with Dear Father: some us will Farmer
the papers themselves! but land, sake: I I will write you this morning, it being be moving from here in a few days shortage of about three1 million tons I To The

how they do love the publicity the papers Sunday and have just been to regimental but can't say if I will be in the crowdor In rich protein feeds for dairy animals

can give them. service which we have every; not and don't care much if I'm not there will I.e. sufficient supplies

Sunday morning. Well, I will try to I have moved so much until I am getting ; of other fecdstuffs to allow economical If you have anything to sell such as

Some fear was felt in Starke about explain us near ns I can my experiences just a little tired. But if they consumption.

1 the fall and winter business on account I since, leaving the :States. need me I am ready for that is what In the matter of beef, the world's I: honey, pork, smoked meat, Irish potatoes -

of the boll weevil infestation and Will start with leaving port of cmIlia I l am over here for-to do all I can. supplies are limited to the capacity of I write

the consequent shortage in the cotton 'kntion. To get there we hud to anti then come home. the available refrigerating. ships. The I, shelled corn, pecan's, syrup,

crop. Corn, sweet potatoes syrup and take a small river boat to where w
pork completely filled the breach and, found the ship that was to take us about BO I will stop for this time gentine and tbe United States are sufficient give your
a number of merchants across the seas. The ship was: an English .
our and othebusiness
I remain, your son. to load these ships. There will J Collins St. Petersburg Fla.fLANK'S .
Vessel making its thirteenth ,
men report the best business trip J. W. I'INIiOLSnR.lI..n.l"ullrt..rs ,
be In the
a shortage Importing countries -
The Starke, across since the war began. Before
ever. section it not one ,
a Co., U. S. M. C., First but we cannot hope to expand
crop section. Our people always h.ivmore I: the war she win used in the mail service -
than one! iron in the fire and the. I but after then was needed more Training Regiment Am. p. O. exports materially! for the next months J

result is that the failure of n ,single. ', for other things than mail. 727 American Expeditionary Force, In view of the bottle neck In trans
Via New York.
crop does not prostrate business. 'Ve'. 'I On arriving at the docks the RedTross portation. TONICFOR

e are not y't through marketing the ,,I I ( met us'" with cuflee and buns. We will have a nudlclent supply of CHILL

fall crops and almost before we finish! 'Ihen. after all that was through with LOYALTY IN LITTLE augur to allow normal" consumption In

this wo will be shipping! strawberries: ,:I I %wo were told' that there would" be no I this: country If the other notions re-
to the =North" and selling beans to the further, need of any postage being put THINGS LAST PROOFOF sun: their present short rations or In- F -FOR--

local "canning!' factory. Take our word m our letters, at the same\ time giving' I PATRIOTISM rreatt them only slightly Vor the. : Influenza) Malaria

for it, we have the best town in the. UII u card to be addressed home of our countries: of Kuroin', however to Increase LaGrippe ( ,
best section this I arrival for which there I
side of kingdom come oversea was
If you are looking for anything better II mail sack on the ship at the end of Americansvlthotit murmuring cut their present rations to a maertul Chills and FeverA

you might as well buy an airplane'' the gang plank. The curd was mail- their sugar/: nUowance from four extent will cisltare our ulinr-

and go up, up, up. i ..d when a cable was received that all I pounds! a month to three and then as log a part of our own supplies with Good Tonic
safe need bit to two pounds for them
Were across."' bug ns loy-
Starke! business men are largely ovrrlooking !: When the whole regiment was on ilty's sake Twenty Million Tons of Food. 2? and 50c at all Drug and General Stores

the most important factor heard we pulled' off from the dock I Of the world totiil North America Manufactured only by the Tropical Co-Operative Co., Jacksonville, Florida

they have at their command for th. with the band playing "The gang I ist 1 Food Will Win the World. wIll furnish more than GO per cent.

building, of the town's trade. Not nil ill here" ""What in the h-II 1| do wpure The United Stoles, Including the West

towns have n newspaper that covers '" now. None looked, as if theynimled 1 America earned the gratitude of nl- ndlcs, will l>.. ca ned upon to furnishO.OOO.OUO
going in the (least and
tne entire trade section they.
TO contribiitnrv hdn't. led nations durlui. war by sharing ) to m of food. of nil kliuU uf
it. Mnrke' has such
t
the merchants would a give newspaperJr n little ', After going by the Statute of Lil| |. I 'ood. America wide peace may win compared with our pre-war exports u/

time and thought to advertising their arty, well out in the bay we anchored he woKld's good wl 1 by suvlug to about (!,(">0ooo, tuns.AVhlle : .

goods: not near so much trade would! : until next day at eleven-thirty when I: s we will be able to chance our When You Come to JacksonvilleSEE

go out of the ,'llnyTho troublefrith : we put to sea. The first few days I program In muny respects, even a

.ua''u-"P' small town merchant : vere quite calm, then it was some casual survey of the world nupplle

>I I is that about one or two advertising ough. Then it was when n bunch of III comparison to world demands l HJIOWHoDcluslvfly ; .. Most Interesting I
spurts n year U entirely suf. I us got on II cheap drunk or na 1:1011'I..1: that Kurope will know "

ficient to make him and, I his 'god, of the boys called it, feeding the mnliw' mile..8 the American people '*

S Vll"1"1 anti Lhc is very like \Ve had a few days of fog, once Ihh'j ring their home consumption sow ........... Store In Flonda
;
.tSIZZE::;:;;,
iv to thing near into
run by another
tthe money spent for thispuhllt'ity 1 vesselr ), to the barest minimum that will main
plunge was wasted. The way > the convoy as large ns ours. I sup.'ose I I tame h..llithlnlJ "lrt'lIgtb.Th..r. 4549V.. Bay St. Thru the block to 46 W. Forsyth
to go about advertising is to make n I n miss is ax good as a mile One ..
are cnndltloiiM of famine I I.
certain appropriation to bo light we were delayed by engine trou.lo '
spent during
I
the > but having1 Europe that will be beyond our powe,
year 111',1'' then koppverln' more speed than some Everything in Books
Inlely lit It during the full' tw..h.e 'I nl 'the rest of the vessels, we were soon to rNntletTh..r./ are lO.ooo.ooo) pe
months, IInn't let i with thpl1IIlOuin.. pie 1 In North ItiiHslu whom there I
n paper go out without IDEMOCRACYVS.AUTOCRACY and other by reliable
some news. ,,f your store ,b',bng, |in I We had un escort of U. S. battle small chance of ixni-lilng\ with foo Fiction, Books on Agriculture pursuits

it If any """ '' merchant will adopt ships, ", until the last two days of ,'ur'' this winter. Their !transportation authors Toy Books, Reference, Travel etc.

thl. plan l wo will wager him that his. trip, when the English; met us and emorallxed In complete anarchy, a.
business will show n healthy increase took us in We landed at Glasgow shortly cattily of their ports will I

t nt the coil of 1llfI.! Ir our businessmen -.eotland.: There we took a train amilen frozen even If Internal trunspo Commercial and Fancy StationeryFine
I
will give, mlviTtising, n fair we began: to see queer things ): could be realized.To .
w 'square trial during ll|ll! w-e will not, First was Scottish: band-, drum
have to ilo any soliciting in l!>->0. Our anti a bunch of bagpipes. The trains Preserve Civilization.At Wedding and Society Engraving made in oflr own ex-
+++ ++ +++ + + + +++++++
pace will sell itself. ire quite different. After going: this moment I Jn-ough Scotland we came to England + + alone milked the food and unlm clusive plant. Ask to see samples.

v Jn-IUiUEF.I: : ;; anti, VVL"I have, to any it for s,' tland; + + from all those uMiies of people > ,
It .. .. than I have + -- + hall dominated and left Mt
any country starving
I
Evergreen 1>... 27.-People of this|. ceii.: We then came to England: stopi"g + "There I Is no royal road to + she hall left behind her a total wrrl- Toys and Athletic GoodsA
section are busy grinding ", at + food conservation.. We I
cane anti a rest camp nt Winchester. coo only + of social 61.1
Institutions and
kilhnll hogs.Messrs. Wesley, , England is all right but their language: + ccomiillsh. thin by the voluntary + age mass: of pe nn.I An.lr..wVillein- hard to und..rstllnI-lInd that bunch + action of our whole people each + '
lion and Brynnt Redding were visitors of money If you have a pocketfulfoil + element In proportion to Its 4needs. bsoltite annrvtiy. 'I sports and pastimes. :
to the homo of J. W. Griml haven't It we value our own safety and e
Sunday anything.
+ It I II a matter <*f equalityof +
at'I..rnoon.A. .
Upon "leaving ; social orgunlAiilon of tile wvrld 1. If e I
England
J. Wilkinson ht we went on + burden." + Hue the "er\atlon of clvlll 00 THERMOS BOTTLES A in all
attended ,' ,' and steamer and crossed the Eng pro necessity seasons
Evergreen Saturday night and \c. lish where there had been + The truth of this statement + Itself we cannot permit growth i5 I f

companied; home by W. B. Red.ling..! ,iT-ncl, destroyed, by mines.. The oTinny + nude by the United States Food + kn the world's vitals. I FLASH LIGHTS. Useful everywhere and safe',

W. E. For' yth and l children were, I I... ,'h before us had discovered mines + Administrator! anon after wo eu- 4tered Famine L* the mother of otFI.ean.'t'r .I 1

ihoppmg in l.awtoy :Monday r I had turned back but we saw none + the war Itui been horn + From the Inability of \' ,, PICTURES. Picture Framing Artists Goods

Mr. and Mrs.: J. W. Grits were at Then to another rest camp in France.: + out by the history of our ex4! secure. food for their people .1'\\1'

tending to business in Starke Satur IV.. took another train still different + IHirta. Autocratic food control + evolution and chaos. From an .'Ility I Practical GIFTS for all occasions

day. from the first nil + in' the lands of our eneuite hut 4-
MrJ J?' W' "1>rv 'y hall returned t n 1.F' \Ve lmt.thty arrived In Hrest ride' early ju.t.ame. + broken down .. title democratic + to iup govemmcot>4y their and people the grows defeat stnlllltyf it an- \ KODAKS. Photo Finishing. of the better sort*
Island Grove. after ,
spending a while t" the day and have been
out hero + food sharing tint imilutulnril the
ev +
with relatives. here Csince r hy. Did we put It on n.. Unher I I

Klbert: Grits, Of Jacksonville span t ?.. no camp building l t then this but rump we have: It been wan I ++ health try mill and of the strength Allle,' of this coun4- plane than our Interest* In (lid protection Mail inquiries, receive prompt attentionI

Christmas here with his parent :Mr. building all the time and the men I + + of our Institutions, we'must'
and Mrs J. W. Grim. aiming + bestir ourselves In solution this
_. through have shelter vt
I I
.- to stay" ++ ++ ++ + + + + + + + + + ++ rublem.
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____ I I j MEADE i conox: siin: Several members of this family have!" FOIl SAKE-1018 :Model( Ford Tour- r=-- -

r I this dreadful disease.Oewey I lag car. T. J. GrUlin Starke, Fin. Lolif-INS\ CASKETSAnd

Bits of X miniber of our friends>! have be- Dukesvas a visitor to Lake l-3-2t.:
full Una
ofiJn.crtakcrs'
Local j' . I uu, I 1I11<'I'8t'd in Meade cotton and Ihitler: .Monday.Mr [ I a

VM,-Ii [io l.uy. a supply of the seed.Ve ... f. L. Vnrnos of Johnstown. FOR SALE-10 guts 4 brood sows, : Siippiiejiifoinobilc ,
J "'I" in ,,1.1 i taking to collect an O"lll'for has retuined to her home, after spending Duroc strain. Geo. A. Gardiner. \ Hoarse.lwnji. .
Information I I I"" 'I i-Hi Lin order that a lower price the holidays,! with her parents, )Rev. 1115tf.
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",:O bi, obtained.) The price quoted and :\11'''. S. S. Proctor. .\' on hnnd. The best service .

A 't" ""I i '" 4 )per bushel 1 in hundred I bu h- Mrs Thomas) Deklu nut children lire ::: at the lowest prices.! Special
I tt-_ o. 1"...,.. ".. .... I "I I I". Iii smaller influenza patients this week. FOR SALE-Hiick store building on
? )1&T Z".......... ... .M. .q t quantities the price' I Call street next dior to 1'owelisc'tnt'r \ attention telegraph/ orders.
100 c.. .., ..." T...... J-I s':,. I n f thos. who are interested will The many friends of Sam Singer! / -.- --
storo. Sec :Mrs. J. C. Carter,
L -___ !U'.IM; I thur! order and the money with and! W. M.[ Overstreet arc delighted to Starke. 12-27-Ot: Registered Embalmer
-- --_ I
u- Il' will undertake to secure the secthem at their posts of duty airnin.Ue .
'- -4- \ 1l'I.d. I \'. S. S. Proctor visited the state:; //I CTJONESStark
DEUMAM I L\ 1I'H-Hllis: H.-luian DeWITT
\i Lamar of QUIIH.X, i- tin' gut! I :\; '. ,J"I. ; \\c arc" not advising| the planting of Kami Sunday. '
Siu 01 HI' dauirhtci"il thior, I I P. \V.' Borum \'Islted'U.lOStl'\ Sun- /hates /and sine the luitchor bilN.i Fla. I
other
J. M. Mitchell I :\1 ,\t.r ' .. ,, tl "II' h 1ila, ) me simply anj kind of cotton. \\ (' clay. i I'ine. lot of younK rabbits/ now ri'iulv [ _e..
ictinK
i : :Midii.v. ' to help our friends I IHrookl"I -- "
.lIa. r lan. r Oome thoni. fbi:
:\IIId[ mill too .lotoph'
Ige- "live on the [ :Miss Klnra Supp 'turned home
i onI
purchahe
of
See Stump for bargains. J J..''.. (;11 \\ n' vi i. ,r- to ,- arki :\1"11' .('l'd in case they want price to try the the I Tuesday after spending: tll<' vvi-i-k-end Fla. 12-'J7-ltl::! .

:\I"ad." I,, ".011011.l't t ouickly i if you'want I with friends ill Lake Butlc-r. ---- --- -
i I Phillips, (if \'''..(.<1111\\11, was n - - .- SuII'' "f tlU/ > (.('t',1.' fll<' supply' i IllnUAN'K A candy pullintr was KIV en Tuesday FOIl HAJ.E-r.ood farm I 1 l-_> tutil(,'"
\n : ls -
\ to :Starko; Wednesday.Iji > .:/,1111.. 'a' ut I.. .iicl 1 (;" '\ (', ited. itttt'i'tuoii at the home of I Hev. umlMrs. northeast of StarKo on Lavvtey public -

wath, , jt.h"1": : II: : ojlrs.[ .1. I'. OKSTAKKK;);, : I'rl.tnIn honor of Ruby I'roc rnitil ; 1'3: acres Inn,!. dwelling\ ami COTTONWHILE
M! i'nut 1>1'<'1\(11111.1. rolls, fresh evn I'-PI'ill.'/ / ltt, -duy1( l.s, I Ca ,ii retui.i-. ,| )E. S. :Matthews t totS, and l Pauline I Hatcher.Ciociiet I barn anti one acre stt'tiwItti'tt.s., '
," ,, at the Model Bakery. ed(i )home< juTf.n.? .,pan.) ..1 I bls'I ',, and ,I".. ; 1"i'lt': IVosident. | was the leading game of the I'ncp $12(10.( Ainu soed (corn seed,
I'oppell.) __ horse, ,imlrinminK
------ afternoon, anti l each one present spent potatoes buiriry w.iiron!
\1>' mil ;Mrs L. E. :Moseley[ have ---- -- 100 Ladies' Rib im enjoyable, nfternoon. Those present I implements. A. n.i \Dv.il.Sturki !. HOLDING

ii I Mum I Kaiford to :Staike.. Pay your Red Cross ,membership Underwear, weio ::Mildivd! Kolu'i-ts: FnydelloStevens '. I I-1-1U:
..
dues sale price 71 cents at Cash De- Wilma Pa iketEstt'lIt'1 Ios- --- -- ----- INSURE WITHJ.

$4.50 back: silk plaid sale to Jos. E. Wilson. partment Store. enbc-rg, Chiistme Townsend Charlotte. FOli) I 1.1'--20: acre farm I IS aeie
-- Savage, Walter] Savage, :Murray[ I'oi- (cleared pintly stumped; llmcl.iv: '
price $2.95 at Cash Department :'.I t. ami, :Mi-I L. < '. 1 I.'\utchTof the um, Francis Uoruni: Norma 'D,>klt', land, t ood! liouio. bum smoUehon... R Davis & Co.
Store. Vandi I <) rhilt I selt len, I h u| a- It'u'sh durm t a Y. P. IT. OCJ.\r. I'n iii i nt' I Hatcher I and<1 Ruby Proctor.Mrs fine water! ; shade trt..q; line venr 1 old

I ,' thp holuln.vMrs: l E. |I.. Flitch i lint! : i Iit.: l :Marshburn\ mid children niulo IllId liutrtry! ; half acie. ,can .il STARKE, FLORIDA
SOli and daughter t t A-i'el' a ind! I.eoli. of The Baptist Younp I'eoples' Union are visiting relatives in town this ready planted, ; HOW nndOVIMI pir1farminjr i/ ,
H Hitch:
to Stark Tuesday. ---- - church last Thursday evening. The : A r. Strickland I visited her ilayn: Two old penpli-I'all: kei-p, ii -.---- -- -

hllf..p.1: : H. 1'. I Dill IIl1d,I son. of f Caines.villc ; 'iitertainnient, coiiftisted of I a brief parents, :M\ r. and! !Mrs.l T. i II. Kinu-s. up; pond, school and KT"od in'iithboi t I, ,'- :
,i ,)d I f.irm. for rent or, ,I retuined, t pi thi., i he,me, ,III t hat projrrnm v\ell carried out, tree contninjn of Worthington, Saturday. (Up' miles west of Starke. rural I avr.-' :u=
I IJ! ik 'if Still vI kc. I-: . ,'it> last, Thursday .'e: I ,oa." after r a gift for every on. present and a :Miss" Mildioil, l Koherts'h: rt returned route: liirht in lOSt l ",1I'nwl"'l'ryIn.1

; I spiMiding, : the (hustmi t i hiilidnvv: with little time spent !" ,,'ia11!J'. The dopni homo after" a' pleasant eta,. with I I her sweet, potato section of countvp'
Ournice serge cheaper than hoi, father, ('01. \V. 1'. \\eeK-, ',it ions were I bo.iutiftil i I and tasteful! I Iii I ,l1t-iitttIItliientM! > :'\.Ir. and :\t.rs. 'T. II. ply! to Stiuke House, tllrkf'. FinIlox : I
---- -- n.j! the ihuuh enjoved them on lust Klines, nt \\'orthiiigton.Mr. :121.: 1 12: -fl ', II Women !
wholesale prices is going fast. 75 cent Boys' Fleeced Underwear :-
Stump's. I' i baby )have retained' 1 to t their homo in i OK/ iiivr::
sale price 49 cents at S2.50 Ladies' Flannel O'II'la, lifter n few days'" stnv with th>- Horn Is a menoapro to

i C,. Roumltree, of Hawtho..ne.'IIS. Cash Department Store. at 51.70 at gowns 'I former' 1110tlwr.11': ''. II. Wilson.. FOR KINT-Farm with fi.r. acres of uffeitnK women, from
Cash Department Ruby Proctor of Mrs. W. T. Prlco. of
StarKe. and Pauline open land, either for miro rent or to
usiness to Starke ----
visitor --
i Saturday. --- Store. i I I ate her, of I Homeland I, (!:11", ii revisiting 1 cropperho can supply! hintsel t. 4 Public Ky.: ". aufforeil -
I'llpt. E. 1 n.: ,
]
poppeii PIc.: n, I at tho home of Rev S. S. miles test of Starko. J. I.. Underhill with pntnrul. ..".
:Mis[ Sarah Adkins, of Lake Butler, I Pop.', :Mrs.' J. ('. pop,,, ,', i'f, and| Proctor.The \ .h) writos "I got down
tnrk 11-22-tf
ibiting her son, Col. A. 7.. Adkins. :.Mrs! s, s. I Howling) Mist, Jessie -V C. OR 11.01:11I.IU': :>::- Elf l'E'- influenza in ( with it vronlniPsH In my
1 nonius an,| I lioris I Law , MT SKKI patients Luke Itutler -
itti led I the back aunt llml>a..E
I are i improving i at this time.Mrs. i W.\:>
$1.5Ovaftie Lisle hose, sale in State!; (iameMille.Every Teacherssociati,. n tins, week Per imlnPoliliteI'ct'ptnl1't' and cash : i E.: I.. Odotn has returned. to her :1'1'1)I I felt helpless. and discouraged. J
with order 1 can furnish the N. C. or home in St Petersburg. I .1 had about
price 49 cents at Cash Depart- Plorida. Runner Seed Peanuts at I Sit:: : :Mr. and l :Mrs.[ Murrell, of Brooker| given up hopes of ever

ment Store. day is bargain day at cents. per pound ( $1.t1J per' biihhel) f. were guests of fneinU in Luke Butler! I being well ngaln whoa
friend instated 1
0 I t. Lowell. Fin. *
; I .
Stump's. Monday. WANT .-Three plow hands

!I' M. Crews of Highllll1I'n"", attending -- -- --- - II. T.-Il .\-l.L. .LOWELL_ _, _FI.i ..\. :Mr.[ Holm., is moving:' hilt. family to I j TakeCARDUI

to business in Starke Saturiav :Mrs. C' A. :Marks anti t u> ihildren (i I'II.FOII' .Jad.lose, som'ill. The town regrets to to do regular farm work. C

Charles. Jr.. and .\lli(', .ti., ire up this highly respected family from
in
from, Tampa for the ('hrim.. liolid.i.vs Ouilfoid; , Jan. 3.ThIs cool weather among/ )/ Us.Enliunt Parker is Employment every day
Herbert Ritch, of Raiford, spent the on a visit" with :Mis Marls': j'arents I is fine. I folks. visiting home- the Nice house to
week-end at the home of his brother. :Mi,', and :.Mis, T.I I! I':Hi- SiGainesville .- The farmers in year.
J H Riteh. I 1 ( DaiK Sun. nnd around Guilford I l III'>t ,I. :\l. :Mann made n profesisonal
are luisy clearing/ up their ground for I visit to Santa Fe Sunday.Mr. live in. Apply L. H. Hill
------
: another
crop.
Good shoes going cheap. atStump's. $2.50 Silk Waists, all olors ;Miss, )Daixy" /Lewis of Brooker, is'spendint I' :\, Akini. of Alachua, has acceptedn 1 Lawtey, Fla. '
position I with t t the Lake l Butler I
i i'
sale price $1.95 at Cast Department ":\/idwlI/ )'.; this wc-ek with relatives at | Co. tig The Woman's Tonic

Store.Friords Joe l >our.iss| | of Aluchua, returned I Victor Stewart was a visitor to AlaI I Itegan> Cardul. In
,. --- -- -- --
:Mrs.Virnherly, of :Mobile Ala., i ia i- home \\'t'dnt.sday afternoon after him last wc>('k. -
i a shoit while I saw a
guest at the home of her brother spending ('hl'istmas'ith friends and, ------ -- --- A Tonic Laxativethat .,
of I K;. :M.i Thomii- wll be r mnrUed llffor nc . .
Hon. Z. Adkins. ] 111 itt,. MIc) from tho Liver\ and
A. relatives. | # remove
pleased" to know he i is fast ,111\\'>I"vinA'from I grew Btroiiger right
clnanse the byntoin TIIOKOUOI ILY wll hunt griping
a very bad attack of 11111 enzlI I lion. .1. E. DouirlasH/ and daughter, CLASSIFIED or JlsiaiblDi)tho moniui.li I. Uuly a Pordit Lmatlva. along, and It cured me.
Rev. N. T., King has moved to :New and pneu then Ia. I HO I is at the. /KipireHotel 1 :Miss Ethic, motored over to Lake City i I am stouter( than I

River and will farm this year on theJ. I 1 Oilamlo) where he has liee attended Saturday afternoon, returning Sunday LAX-FOS Wll II r PEPSIN: bavo beuii In ye H. Poppell place. by his wife for the' two morning. i If vou .tsuiff'r, you canapprncl. '
past - - -- - -- la the Dams of a R,'llul,In anti r.rf.t Laxative
-- -- ------ t.'phen'illillm"'on made business ., to what It
week a ONE ( tSTHUII) t'I1t KACII ISSl F. which soon I'l'lIev niLk H, nitfiLhu. Iljrlnp8 Ittdigeauion. j J
$5.00 Silk Waists sale price trip to )Lake Butler Saturday. I CASH IN AI VAN;( EAI.rtl.m..nt. ; .S'umucb Trouhln. (inn aail riluSLiiuHt',! irn-'um to bo strong amt
Rail I Iiukes and Clarence ScalY, of InnrrliiiJ unrirr thU hvnilmtiMt by.Torpid Liver anti rnnillpnthin.. Always, u well. Thousands. or women -
$2.95 at Cash, DepartmentStore. It is a sight the money on Dukes., passed through here Sunday fur our b. lii.rrlM.il pHld In advnnr rr.. |>lrd.. No tar nHvrrllNrmrnk I lr.. than 21 Reliable Laxatlvo In tlitf treatment of Cold.. Grip give. Cardul the

can save on shoes at Stumps.Mr. afternoon enroute to Lulu. rvntjt. For InMHitr: A IU'"oriJ .hrrU..m.nt aDd lollueote. credit for their Kooithrnltli
., ;Miss Victory I Douglass and brother, one InHfrlltm* will he 25 ..n'.: It f.ir mr.than LAX-ros WITh TFPSIM i I. a Limii.i\ rinrmiTonlo : I toe, It wlioulcl halpyoit '
--------- Lnxntivo elTft ihiSy <
B. L. Flowers and lien Casuell" of : [ and :Mrs. P. :\1. (low ling haiias )Russell, Alachua, returned home mil rent *on.word InMrrtion, )Nnthlnir' will rhargfd.I b. rhttrnril fnr lit 1 lirn.. lx>lll e* n ex.IIt'ot tunio anti. ,In an Hit a tniatlvn.uu Ii In I Try CarduL At all I
Saturday. after spending a week with I I. Just a Uw.,1" fur ClnlilroD m* for Ailulu. i'luaiiautlatnK di-ugflata. E-73
'
Alachuu were visitors at the home of'' guests nt Christmas dinner Mi .itiMrs. - -- *. < hllilrt-n I like i It We.
N T. Kitch the first of thp week. : ..1.V.. Johns :Miss Ironic Rv's.1' , their. father, Mr.[ Stephen Williamson. ,I FOR S\LI: M.I.t. anti; rovininirndiMl; to the puhlla fcyrarl* I
:\[ George Rivers and :Mr\ llei-y M'lllrlnn Co ill. Lnnlii.' Mo., runour.'tur.rl of -
Tiiieleu --
I :Miss Ellie Douglass and. Annie Moore Grove a chill funlo.
) of Hrooker.
Howling Their ,
One of the features of New 1'lIr'snight guetsvert left Tuesday for Gainesville where !
served a sumptuous turkey diner
dance for the peo- l.
was a young will
they attend the teachers' association -
,pie of Stark held at the armory. and the occasion proved a mit and! examinations.Miss .
happy one.
Aleve Johnson attended church
25 cents atStump's. at Lulu Sunday.
Hickory stripes $6 to $7 Children's Coats a Chester Johnson (0 f Jacksonville. i

$3.95 at the Cash DepartmenStore. Kpent (Christmas with j is mother :Mrs I Out StockDuring
'
J.. I I. Johnson. I Selling
:Mr. and :Mrs. W. II. Graham returned Samuel Johnson has left for Jack
Friday from Jacksonville where i4tflVj I\it'.

they had spent the Christmas holi- :Misses" :Naomi-': and I Helen I Diggs) h.m .(;('.trge Thomas drove over to Brooker -

tnys. returned, to Tampa after spending the1 Wednesday.The '' .
holidays with their parents.. Rev. and Swift Creek school will open up
Mrs. E. L. Oilom and son Carl, and :Mis. J. C. Dlggs.' :Miss\ :Naomi tenihes again :Monday\' January lah.11! I I puiils the next ten days I am going to sell out my entire stockof

Cecil Ritch, of St. Petersburg, were in Tampa and :Mm I Helen is a member will be ready to enter on opemnirlav Feeds, Hay, Grain, Groceries at cost.
holiday guests at tbe home of N. T. of the Junior f'lass of the Tampa High ,
Hitch.: S'hool.Iis: Ruth lIi iggs will soon return -I We are Rind, to say that :\[1'V C.
to Weslyenn, College; ;Macon, anil :"erce's family i is able to be up and Salt per sack $1.10.

value ladies black :Miss Louisa Piirirs will enter the ut aglt 11.
$2.50 Bradford: County High School. -- -- .- --- Gold Medal Flour at $12.25 per barrel.

hose, sale price $1.19 at Cash 1.\ h. lU'TLL'U:; / ;

Department Store. Pay your Red Cross member Only the above will be mentioned as a guide to what the pricesin
Lukf Duller, .Jutl.'L t :Miss[ :Mnryir: t
1ip dues to Jos. E. Wilson. I Wei y i. able to I be nut aifiun I:' tn our entire stock will be. Prices in everything will be lower
C, I). Gunn returned\ Wolnesdttyiight __ .1 I iRht of her frip'"II .
; many than will be for
.
where he hail they again years. Buy your supplies now.
from :Mariannn[ :M J. Alvnre', i"f the Rising ,-.,'etoll.hils ; 'Ir. Anderson of Sapp, \"', a vi"Itt "I i
spent! the hoiid.iv with I'ell'tive"11111" left at the !Bank ...f Stark. t the I Ipn.e I to Lake IUt'I'! )< i Saturday :

rriends. rutabaga, of I the "season." Thi.pe.inlcn -I '. L Crosby of Hrooker, wns a V'-I.1 1 I II
--- -- I wt'ighJ J I1'' pounds and qh to to Lake Butler :Monday\
herewith I Young Trading Company
After spending the holidays F. Scott ,, ounce, ) anti has jut I le-s than five |111" I r. I II. E. :Monheit[ i of I Jack omilli i I I,'. '
relatives. Rev (leorge uriant tops that stood up at least two m: e Luke Butler] a profe-sinna! :.,id family left Friday, for their home feet above the ground Thi't'Jl..tll, reI ntly. I I

n Lie Land. ble thrives i in Florida" anti. ought to Income rs! 1 1'. I'. |II..kl" was a visitor to''
I Starke : : Florida
a 'valuable article of commerce Lai' )B'ltler: \ last week. i iirmi : :
Heavy yellow homespun will! :> Ileklc) Ruby I'roctor. f'aul-! i

be 20 cents at Stump's Satur- ;NOTICE TO tt'.VIOMKKS meati,'her spent Sun Beginning January 1st, 1919 all repair lily .ith :Mo/.ell' and Lucile V'arnes --

day. work on shoes must be paid for :,I, at Jtovvn..
______ before, shoes leave the shop. By having :\11' W. :M Overstreet is able to blip '

J. I 0. Hatcher. Jr., returned to his n cash business I can serve my ,II I niiln after an attack of influenza
Home in Folkston, in.. Tuesday aftera customers better, as I have no time :Moi-e: anti Lucile Varnea returned
few days' visit with his !sister, Mrs.[ I for collections. ,I home 4mday, after a pleasant stay

T D. Proctor. ,, HOI.Ll.VGSWORTH'S; SHOE SHOP |1 I S.with S.MrD.tltir I ctor irrandpnrents, Rev. and :Mrs. "A Receipt in FullThai

-
J. W. Poppell a successful business! IIOLll'YRF.tI)1NG: ; I;I : W. Townsend anti children
have"< nvered; from a nattack of in-
the guestf II
man of _Dallas, Texas was
his parents and brothers in Starke Books Books Books. Dr. Camp- i I, fluenz.(
I bell's library. Several hundred books 1 :Ml'i xtiby Phillips retUrned to her
during the holidays.
; to choose from. Best authors. Only I home n Elco: Ga., after a two wec-ks

real book. Book be \ 'sit tth her aunt, :Mrs II. W. riorum. hal have for bill/ fjf r account by rluvk. You don't
Stripes sale 10 cents to a may n \"* you every you pay even
35 cent Hickory Mr. of Hev. S.
10 a row was a truest
price 28 cents at Cash Depart-1 i cents kept two per week weeks.extra.If kept longer 12-20-3t.: S. I'ritcr Friday and Saturday. nerd to make a memorandum nt II...- payment. 1 li,. bank keeps the, account [for you.

llnr-j' Viirncs was a business visitor l-
ment Store. !; to 'lIln Saturday.
Mr'THOniVT( ) CI1I'RCIISunday
:
i Mis4n.i. Alderman is visiting home Your Cash Always BalancesYou

We are closing out our win school, 9:4.1; a. m. folks till week.

ter goods. Get your real bar- Preaching 11 I a. m. and 7:10: f p. m. Sidn. Padgett spent the holidays
/League, Sunday, I5J5: m. with hoiefolks.
p. !
Epworth have" trouble hunting receipts and recriptrd.I bills., Just call on the bank
gains at Stump's.Profs. I Junior EpworthLeague.. Sunday, Mrs. t. Bolin visited Jacksonville no up I

:'Jno:: p. m.Prayer Saturrla, returning Monday. for'your; theik and you have" the evidence" complete' i
R. A. Green and Carson meeting! Wednesday. 7:30:: p.
A. E. 'roctor made a business tripto

"'rews in attended Gainesville the\ this Teachers week Association returning - m'J.. C. DIGC.S. Sapp 'uesduy. This bank solic ill your d'posili, Jdrwe'01 small and invites you to pay your bills through}

Wednesday night. Pastor, Mr.:\ F' and wife, of Baltimore, are it. Its the} 5\[. F' way.We .
visiting ipir parents %Ir. and Mrs.
:M.irxhbui.[ ,
:Mrs. W. B. Kuhl was called to Wash- $3.00 Silk Waists, sale price pay 4 per tent on laving* accounts compounded) rjuarterly. Place your Liberty
by Irs.ry: : llavis) of Valdosta, Ja.,
D. C., :Monday a telegramnnouncing
ngton. the critical illness of her S2.45 at Cash DepartmentStore. returned > her home, after a pleasant Bonds and other valu tiles in a safety deposit> box, cost! u small.

daughter. Mrs. Ethel Hodges. stay 1th Mrs. O. W. Borum and
.
family. I I11"
;\ ''. G. V. S. Ware returned home
Proctor and I
ine Little Hatcher:Misses are Ruby the guests this pau'l The church n \PTIST did nobly ChURCh by the state Saturday n with her c.ughter, Mrs.[ W. M. Over-
of Mr. and '
the former' grandparents
offerinwhkh campaign! was
mission /
!
:Mrs.\ S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler. closed\ last Sunday. street. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
.
---- I The regular services morning and :Mm Wiiie Townsend is visitingher

$2.00 Linen Waists, Sale evening will be held next Sunday. to fr.nd.MiIJ8yrtle: [ Collins, oft. ESTABLISHED 1889

which the public is cordially\ \ tnv "d. :\.whel'ry. STARKE FLORIDA I
Price $1.19. Cash DepartmentStore. I \\ G. LA >V :Mrs Chiho Robert i is suftVrinif I ,

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JANUARY 3, 1919.

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AS BROADAS + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
'SERVICE + LEGAL NOTlCKa 4

TO . .to . . + + .... + t + + +
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I Bradford County Farmers THE COMMUNITYWar ainnthx ; NOTICE-

'r flnttt Truce f I will) prvdi>nt
my 'vouch, and final account to the Honorable
Service Provide Cro. A. (;ianlmcr. County Judge of Bradford
I Community
AND FOIb.tGEURII'I : 0'1 "I' '. .nd be in the best pluci" t... ,ivlml Camp County, Klnriila, and ark for my final dlachiirxo .
1001). .FKF.D: : Number-lent) IntlmM Comfort a. ailmlnlHtrator of the
THEPUBLDC
\1.1E\ S'I'O"InE11: liS -: BKCI.VS: ; J.\'I:' I'\Jt1' 20 Irnr g'. prices for. them. For Soldier UndHrhfll. di'Cpanfd. male of W. H.
Lalo..r will be more easily obtainedit This, the mh day of August lAlR.

The live "tin-k, iMilustry has menu food, feed and forageiiiinpiiign th.iililo war last year. This labor will J. L. UNDERHiLL
ell MO riipully within the past' f'-w \ !greater begin Jan. 120th nndrliee 'iso 1 bo quite as efficient us any we Club rooms fo80Idlt..*, entertainments B-0-Gmo. Administrator

months that it has lu-en dccnu-d 1 inl-', I will This' on is nation-wide h,,'. i. had heretofore. In addition. to for the boys In khaki outings ---- .
Feb. I. u !NOTICE: () DKIITOHS: AND
vinnlilv t"I drvnUuirt I |, < of two wrrksfor i iiiiAi'iiicnt, und all I l agencies, I interestedin I (tin-, there will be an opportunity to. for convalescent men back from All Imli-bteil CHEIHTORS
I".on.
to the
meeting to discuss the vnrioujmuttcro food feed and forage production get improved. farm machinery that Francs. email, but appreciated *ervlcen Cuhcr, litttf of HurlfuriJ. Cunni>cliiut.eHtatv andJfor
of pressing/ importance, null and conservation. are being asked to' could not be obtained a year ago. to soldiers and their relative mercy of llrnilfonl County. Florida, drcraHud J
cortliul invitation is extended to every Transportation difficulties: will continue lire ilfhtH \
the alluprtr.Jm forthwith
a rMelldthn..e are some of havln5eelninm
co-opernte. and and
interested in live stock )production for producing large even after normal conditions inother atramHt valil l ""H- V
pcraon
The necessity manifold activities of the War Camp tat<' "Imll fllo the same. duly authenticated
to attend these meetings.The fond. feed and forage crops, iwell Bsconserving lines have been uttainod. This \Vc do not believe it would! be possible with the unili-raiunrd nilminlntrator. within
Florida :State:: Swine IirowervA.eocintion these to the greatest ndvmitnge i is due to the fact that the railroads Community SPrv1cP.The fur UK to bottle and sell ONE HUN year from ditto hereof, or they will be forever.ono I
been nssijrncil January been able to increase their War Camp Community Service b..d.Tbla.
has have not
has never been more apparent I iRKI:! AND FIFTY GALLONS: of No. Pecember 1
.
10.
101 R.RICHARD
-8th, for their second itnnuul meetingto than ut the present time. The I'arryinj."uplcity.. Through government Comes clone to the intimate life ID1 Tonic per day if it was not an ef- ALBERT. ,
be held in Orlando. An important world's supply of food 1 is shown to be reorganization of the railroads. of the soldier and provides for Ma 1'i'ctivc treatment, for influenza.A Admlnlntrator of estate of John Culver du.
feature will be the auction sale on the i far short of what it should be. Prices they have been able to do the work mental an well as physical comfortby ceased. 12-13-fU. r

afternoon of the 7th of M! registered I'| therefore, are ranging relatively high onlyin a moderately Rood way and furnUhtnK the facilities which
hogs representing enunlly the lIerk- I'. H. Rolfs dirrrtnr will be. quite insufficient for pence relax NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
for the products says It possible for him to UMIKK ,
f'
Poland make SECTION;
and H OF
vhire, I)''Ul''''', llaini.snire| extension. division, Universityof times.' man who works a large force of CHAPTER 4898
training LAWS OF
F 1.0
It
of military IDA
membersof the strain
China breeds consigned: by Florida. Our soldiers, and sailors The following table gives a brief from men came to our office several days I Hereby notice la
the Association. cannot be disbanded before our next outline of the food that Florida should and the preparation for overseas' ago and toM l us he hud twenty-five men purcham'r of tax Halo given certificate that T.*J.numbered Alderman"

Among the subjects on program ure are beginning to come in. We produce this next year, together with t&tJnlf. I taken with this malady in one day. 171 174 and 172 limned by the Tax Collector for

host ago to market hOles; Bcnellts of will crops, therefore be the first of all the the increased percentage/ we Khoullprodul'e I Its symbol Is the red circle and Its He immediately distributed 1 an ample 171 Ilrnilford nnil. 171 County" Florida. **lil certificate. 1.

organization; ; Obligation of breeder states in the Union to produce these in 1919! activities are as unending aa the dreumf supply of No. 101 Tonic among them A. D. 111111.! and being certificate dated the number 6th day 172 of July.

to purchaser and vice versa; The value ion rence of Its li.Mtcnla. Thousands and there was not a fatality in the dated the 4th day of September A. I n. bring late
of hogs Winter feeds and betterbreeding Crop Prod uet has filed the soul
(food ; of soldier' ] boys take advantage twentyfive.The hni certificate. in my office and
stuck. Acreage Inerense Increase Proluction( made application for tax deed to Imiue in
The seventh annual, meeting; of the In 1911 In 191H for JUt!) requested of Its facilities,, and other tho.ndaof accordance with law The Raid certificates. reHpeetively -
embrace
Associationwill relatives and friends of the boy the following land 'in
Florida State Live Stock over 11)17 over 1918 for 1919 llradfiml '
Florida
county ,
'
1,1'l> held in KiHsimmre on January ('ol'n __ _- -_______ _1.070,000 111' ; 15I5,097,001)bu.; : ID Uncle Sam's uniform are daily formula l by which this Tonic is of the Ittsuance of Huch amiesiind certificate at the In data the "

1 i-1Cth. I'l'Ilnut15 ______ __ GIO.OIIO If'! ;,' 2.515,917,000bu.; benefited through It* rarloa avenue made is given to the public, so it can names forth, to-wit reapectlvely hereinafter particularly Bet
Dr.tieorire :M. Rommel will outline Sugar Cane u __u__ lti.\OO:\ Iii' ;, 25"'; a,51jJi.625 talK. of effort. not I"1 listed ns a secret nostrum. It (' : 1 "
the result of his investigation as to Sweet Potatoes ____ ::1.ROO HI' ; 25'';, 5.025.000 hUe contains Iron which is for the blood ; Southwent Qua and South Half oflNorthfwent

needs for re-stocking tho war devastated Forage _____ 10.000 ; J lo( ; 131, iO tons Quin 1)e. which. is deadly to the influ- Quarter. of Soulh.'a.1lIIart.r.. Sec 2U,
uuu \VB 15KL1KVK: THAT" COTTON IS ('nZIt'm and Magnesia which thoroughly TP. 4. S. K. 10 E., 100
count rica with breeding stock. Peanut hay _.._____ 11):3.000: 19' ; 2tir;; 88i50tons ; / Watera. ncrea. BBiMMed W. H.
One session will be devoted to reports 'I SELLING IIELO\V ITSI.lJt open the bowels. Sold throughout ,:( Certificate Ni 171
>
Live :+tack. tile South wholesale emhracei S. 10 acres of .
by and
on what women arc doing in retail Southeast Quarter. of Smithweiit Quarter
\Florida by some of the Women who Number increase Increase Production We have hail four short crops in druggists and drug dealers. 1 it. '1'". 7. S. R. 20 E., D. C. Melvln. Sea

have made a success in hlll1.lIillglive in 1918 In 1'11101 for lOW requested succession, and now the world's supply ter Certificate of Northwelt! No. 174 embrace NorthcaMt Quar.
stock. The social feature of the con- I over 11I7! over 11I8! for 1919! of cotton and cotton goods is ab- Northwest Quarter of Quarter Northwest and Quarter E 12 A Sec.of

vention will be emphasized' and the )I"ut'llog-s _____ ___ IlaIOOO: : 8'i; 15'i; ; 1.53a.OOO: () normally low as compared with the The G. B. Williams Co. 22. Tn. 7, S. U. 20 E., C2 acre, araetwed D. C.
men are urged, to bring: their wives and Dairy C.ws uu__ U.OOO; 1 j' 25' ; lKI./I()() vorUI's actual need. It should! he possilile Melvin Certificate. Nil.
172
daughters.! Reef Cattle ____ _ 1-Ir..OO( ; ) R' ; I3rIo00,000 I ; ) to market the balance of this .sou- Heir at SK cor of Northea embrace Quarter the following'

The Florida State Dairy Association Poultry __--_______1,750,000 __ J31f.1: ; 2.:13\,1100: :\ iin'ft crop at full prices and! to find an Quitman, Geor iaLANKS emit Quarter S... 34 and run N 210 of V...South-.., W. K'
will hold], their second annual meeting enter market nt ,good:( prices for a very 110 t ydH S. 2111 yds.. K 140 yd tn pt of beir_
S..o. 31. Tp. 7, S.
R. 22 E., 6
the 1'd: acre
with :
/It KHsimmee in connection MK next fall if the South should E. J. McKae. '1,
Live Stock Association und dairy A 1"1.0IUIJ.1.ln, (COMBINATION\ :' :' farmer needs her. The milk of the crop Unless sold certificate shall be redeemed..
farming subjects will be given a prominent 'ow IH' a prime necessity. in every l" able. to plant and pick a full yield according to law tax deed will fHHUe thereon ,
I huu h..hold. Nothing e can be made -Manufacturers: Record. nn the 1.1th day of January. A. D. 1911)
place on the prolot'l1m.U The fruit industry i i.s well esjtablish- I Witnefl.- nIT.cial
LIVER PILLS my Hiirniitura and coal this
-.- ed in 1 Florida and,l it is a fine one. And to take its place.] No farm home Hie llth day of December. A. D. IfllS.
: made, .hoiild be, without its cow,, if for nothing The Quinine That Doc Nil Affect The Head CUBLl IM'tfeid I.da-in l S..e.rnln. W. T.
\ STAMPS in
:"-\ : OF WAR SAVINGS: : there is a good deal] of money *Hk..i1. env lDM*.Sewf00D WEEKS.
the trlll'kingin'ulltI'Y.,' says the State more than for milk ti> be used by I B TIIU.C of <1)r .nip mil Inxnilw cITiTt. I.AX"- hr tr_. StMMMh M.. ft ..x I: l-M.:: iSvull Clerk Circuit Court.
brandsof 1IYC J liKOMO) UIHNINh: : (Tomes t b;. taken -Lieu ' s) Irtmeel.l1M
the run
the family. One of common :: :
The monthly report of War Savings :.Marketing Bureau. But u good many
/
without "nll.llI1.n........ ..
by inning NOTICE
milk cused in Florida anyuno or I.IWa OOfllUTlVf' CO niiS.> J_., ha OF APPMCATIOV FOR TAX DEED
Stamps and Thrift Stamps through: level headed men, us evidenced by our'date condensed III the heail. 1';.W.l post ollices/ and federal reserve banks'fhnv swine and cattle urgnni/.ation.i comes nearly :'t.OOO miles from the I.AWS OF FLORIDA

that for the month of November'' are convinced that fruit with cows and state Washington, from the northwest - ---- _._ _1 Notice 1 Is hereby irlven that W. M. WainWright '

the total sales of the country were J possibly. hogs is n much more stable, corner of the southeast corner. ,, .. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. "n 1.
$!))0: l.aw.Ir.J.:17: : :< : : for the ynnr. For the source of income than fruit alone.] The This should not be so. 1 1 dated h.. filed the said 4th certificate day. of September in ofTfco A. P. 101S

month iilonn the ,sales of the country one-man herd or the one-family herdis Hogs, as a side line to go with dairy mode application; for tax deed my. tn issue, nnd In has accordance '
were $'i5.IHR,152.03.! the that interests most! men.The ? farming, form an ideal, combinationin with taw. Said certificate embraces
In Florida] the sales during November elm into ,dairying nbig the opinion of those who are so en- Stalk
amounted to $:'i7l.i.: ;>:3.07; for the / srlti' wtlhnve capital, and with ,I I gaged.! Tho State Live Stock Sanitary Southwest county Quarter Florida of Southeast: Quarter

year to II..... 1st, n2iil.0fil.82.: this requisite he could just as easily < Board is doing ,good: work in eradicat- See. :t. Tp. A. S. R. 2" 10., 40 .e..... \
South Carolina lead nil states with go into' any of n number of other occupations. 1 tug the tick as n menace to cattle, and The said land being assessed at the. date of

u total sales to Dee 1st of $Hl'II .O . But the small dairy herd there is general co-operation with the I =; the tt'Issuance of such certificate, in the name of

55, or $15.40 per capita. 5"1 ",,nlute necessity for the smalliivof farm demonstrators and 1 other ngencies $3 .opre I ,Iuo'
.. | in controlling the spread of hog thereon on the 20th day of January 1010.
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control Who official'
i-OUt i: IUIt1'1 i ('OllltSES I IN A<;is iriTIITRK fob.uning i i .hlllt'rThe tick and cholera 11)11 my signature" and 5 seal. this

: IIAVM: 11KKN: ::' CIIOSKN:\ ; ,; ; hay grain and roughage i propositions are vital ones to c\'cry' W. T. WEEKS
small 'i.-took farmer in Florida (Stall Clerk Circuit
and turning out 'pay checks. The Court.
the dates for the Only have th at this Bradford County' Florida.
Jan. 7-1 7th are : ? very By R. A. WEEKS
Farmers Short Courses to be hl'llit\ / s.'v:: ; 12-20-fit. Deputy Clerk.
the University of Florida College of -
Agriculture Four Bourses ore offered I low price---wor1 th $45.00 MASTER'S SALE

, each one complete within itself. 1 II I Notice is hereby'aive.n that under... and by 1
These are: Animal Husbandry and I I virtue of a Final Decree made and rendered
General; Agriculture; Poultry Husbandry I Buy before tDeWIITStarke key are goneCJJONES December IHth. A. D. 1D18. bv the Judge of '.
the
Circuit Court of the Nth Judicial Circuit-
; Course. in Tractors; Citrus of Florida' In and for Bradford County In ,\
Culture and Spraying Machinery.Much I chancery sittintr. In favor of Lelah F. Godwin. J
of the work in each/ course Complainant and aaainst Scott Andrews and M*
1'. S. Colson and Freda Colson hi. wife, defendant rig
will consist of field) ) and. shop practice .. the undersigned will, offer for sale 'i
and| demonstration work. The farmers ( before. the court house doora at Starke Brad {'
will have advantage of getting/ information ford county Florida between the legal hour.
I of sale- on Monday, the Bid day of February.
from nnd studying, under ?
A. D. 1 111111< to
: / the hlirheM and' best bidder' for
who have had wide experience in Florida .
men each the following discribed lands, situated
the different lines of arm work. Anyone in Bradford County, Florida ,,..wlt:
who anticipates attending should) ) II The South Half 1 C-jl of the South Half (l'I41(
I of lot Eleven "I Section
to thirty ((301) Alsa
write nt once for n catalog] which the. Witt Half I .1 of Hi. North Fax( />;.......
gives: the details of each course - '1-41 of the Northeast Quarter"i ; t1.4)< } ;of" Sec;
Vddrrs all inquiries. ti> the l)enn.College ,ion Thirty-one' I : Also the Southenst Qua.

. of Agriculture. CininiMvlllr. HEARCALL E. O. PAINTER FKItaiLIZKIl COMPANYTiickHoiivilo. to'r Ten ll-H i lot' ;of tore the Northeast In the Northen Quarter 11.4I.Corner> les in.;
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Sent on Thlrtv-iint* (Alt.\ Ml In Township Siv
I'RKI'AHK: FOIl KAIM.Y: HATCHI'Liillry I Florida 181' Knnire. Twenty. f2ni' East all land beinir.
mil lyinu East': of Branch
running "between
I I : I l'Vrli1i/.ers InscrtiriuVs S. lIyc'rs. I'oullrv SuppliesFor I.Inh F tan lw'In and t. W. I'Inhnttter| Jr..,
is Scarce find I Present. PricesAre containing' N'nl ((701) "..... mom or less
High thirty v 'ir*; .ve have ben manurnciurmg f' ;:zert, tn this Slate, '..we have satisfied cue J. L. PEEK 1
omen in every J my in Florida I Special Master.!
\ 7.. \PKINS.Comtilninant's.
Xnrt'-: hatching: > f "..ul' ,'"' i U iv 1 Wrho For l..let. I'i" I.- I'ficrs alw.v.. in \line] wide Quality Solicitor' '2-27.RI.
sary if the desired imreniin, proilntlon l t
Is to be attained., It is. also ne.cssary .- f ORDER FOR rent ICATION

during the winter that I farmers In Circuit Court State' of Flor'dn. Eight

snve young hens and pullets. so [ from our boys In tho trenches and Representative Wanted Jiidirinl Circuit Krndford County In Char
thev will be on hand, for .tnrk" in thi | LETTERS eery.H.. i
other I. Lewis.Complainant.
spring. i iF.orly the women In canteen and .

t hatching: will increase the size I war work all brine to 119 the same message "ASa.ah /

and, number.' of fowls and the number -SEND US NEWS FROM HOME. For Deleo- ight Plants Lewis.Defendant. -
f-f I) '. M.
eggs produced next year. It appearing by affidavit appended to the I
W.Sanborn, poultry specialist. of the bill, llli'il" in the above ntntiMl cause that Sarnhv
University of Florida' ,extension; division World news is all right but OUR BOYS Lewis, the .defendant. therein named Is a reel.1I -
Delco-Light is the c'fnplete light and dent ur the State of ,
Florida
that it will' result' in biggerbirds l THIS TOWN. They want power and she Is a
says want NEWS OF I resldi nt of Aliichua county Florida and con
and birds that will hiv in thewinter plant for farms, stores schools, churches, cotton ceals herself so that subpoena. cannot be ser
months. Every: farmer i is urg1e the home newspaper. Publishers are preventedfrom and similar ed upon her over the awe of twenty-one years :1
I gins
place it I Is therefore ,
ordered that said 1 ]
son 'un even
sending anyone,
papers defendant be and Is hereby
required
usual this season either bv in- I national Delco-Light furniihp plenty of bright, clean'safe to the bill of complaint filed in said to cause appeaHj oni
cuhati' or natural methods. if the boys in the service. Consequently a electric light ver for pumping or before, Monday the 3rd day of February, A.|
hens will sit earlier. I]1 movement has been started by Col. William ; p water II. 'IIIIK.. otherwise the allegations. of said bits.'
operating hurns grinding mills and will be taken ns confessed by said defendant!
t Early hutched chirk''iis arc the nape Boyce Thompson of New York who Is acting separators, It i Is further ordered tha tthis order be published -|
that are largest in the summer that other machines. once a week for five consecutive weeks u
mature first in the full,, and thnt 111"Il'sr" \ as !President of the Home Paper Service of I :in r'the published Bradford In :I''t"u Tetetrraph, a ewp'-I

in the- winter. Also.l (h'v'n- the America to give the boys what they are callingfor. Good Business Opportunity For This December lard., 101,. and state. 1|
ones that will\ sit earlier the following'' W. T.
WEEKS.
spring and hllt'hII'ly rhii'ki-n Pv Every community is joining the movement. Wide-Awake Mjh With Limited Capita) (ISuU) Clerk Circuit Court. .;

hatching late, the evcle of Info nrttiir" Let ua ee that our boy are not forgotten. Every farm and burban home needs Delco- By R. A. WEEKS.Deputy Clerk.-,]
ing, late laying fowl-i i. eitaMished.About A. Z. ADKINS. I
seven month- an- requiredfor Send to the publisher of this newspaper Light. There arf hundreds of Delco-Light Solicitor, for Complainant 12-27-6t.il

a chicken to grow: to maturity prospects in your t and county.
whatever amount of money you can-5 tojn NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND '
CREDITORS ?
During. that period c.r growth ,itfW(| Florida .
lanes to the making ."f t.im", fli' h. 'tad| cents or $;)0.00. We will publish a Hat dealers in Delcp-Light are unusually! All pomona Indebted to the relate of Dr. B. i
feathers. successful. The is P. Wilson lute of Bradford County Florida.
when it ln'r.i i itmtur" il- bu ness clean pleasant profitable -
each week of those contributing and the oI.e..ed. are required to ray their said debt n
feed !goes to the miikini? of eggs! "uml I and well-est lished. \Ve forthwith and all person having
the hen Vpirin.. to lay. If the bird! mature amounts contributed. : want a good aicainHt the. said en t ate are requested. to claim pre '\ 1
and begins laying in the fall she A dealer in y ir territory. To the right pent them duty authenticated within Dna year '

will continue laying ,all,\ winter if prop" Every cent received will be used to trend man we wit! make a liberal proposition. from This the 27th. date day or of they December.will. be forever Isis. barred '

rely cared for. II nN, thnt irr still this paper to our boy at the front. If at I MRS. JESSIE A. WILSON G
f growing when p..I,1| l "either i-..nie' and Writ., wl or phone for particulars. Executrix of E tat.. of Dr. B. P. WfUmn, do*
ii not matrue imil in the* winter si-n- the end of the war, there i i. any surplus, it ceaed. 12-27: ,'

son. will very rarely: !begin laying b'- will be turned over to the local Red CroM CLAUDE NOLAN, NOTICE
for late the next "printChlck.ne I:

are hurt must 10") lire in Committee. I Dllco.LiEhl Distributor For Florida To all. and singular the .ntnckholder In the'Parmenwr
Sttat
the mi.humm.month.. The late There is in this the S"rln.lo.leI.., and Bank to all of WorthlnitU,
to other
hatched rhlrki-n hns not bath\ time to no profit publishereven i: 916 Main Strett.JACXSOXVILLK. mar concern- whom ij

Income large or strong enouirh to re- in normal times, subscriptions are not Bold FLORIDA You and each of you will take notice that I JI

chit Much attack, hut the. i-nrly hatched at a profit. With war prices prevailing! and the ihigh I rendered under and by pennant the tn an order m.eI..n "'

rhirltrn has by miiltummor. grown rate of postage on papers sent to France I of the Circuit Court Honorable of th J.* T.Eighth Will Jiidlcia. Jud!> .'
uffieiently strong to resist the At- Circuit of Florid in and for
our ro.st will scarcely\ be covered by our full In a Bradford County ;,
tmrks of lice. Hernu'e" i it.! enrly ie.velopmmt 8iib-"rription price.Ki'member i i pending certain, tyfod matter: Irt In tht chancery matter In of*aid Coin

has preceded the hot weather 1+ ihlp of PnnnunUT. State Hank, Mid order Receive b*<

the early hatched bird is more apt that over In France, some brave 4)fI ) the inn underaignal dated the 2It who day of. December.. lets I,

to live through the summer. noMi.-r) or sailor' from this town-perhaps even 7 1 a appointed. a. Special l Mauler wa therein to take and.te..therehi timoni

So the farmer wh hutches his some splendid woman working within sound! of rhua therein County.will at Florida my nlftce,' within" 'in Oninevll) Aliw

chickens, early doe these thmgn; gets thO' guna-ls depending on you to "KEEP THE: beginning Friday' at the hour of ten the o'clock*a>d CircuiH a. nu' '
UOMK LOVE KINDLED.: J the 24th dy tor '.n".,. .
mom. chickens, guts more meat, and I reed W lake the tmtlmnny in the aid" 1919.curs ppx. ai
directed by the '
said order' and all and iniruli
gets more rgge.Vlke th
They fife ciR l ng to YOU from OvnCIVF Thl'HY there* ctpckholdrr hereby notified of *and aid, rarmntr required. to State then Ban"ar an uURAIWorUJ

: la 6 to 14 Dsy* anear' before me *. 8t_ial Mute, an
pre tmtimnny In
urellfi.se.feed nw_y If PAW of 51 WY.NT f.lli, WHAT YOU tJ2c tu t Deed at Ganev.ll! th..abl matter.
: CAN! .
FloHda. thU Dvccmbe
. 'vt file-Ira*BtPrwrwlMl-lir* a.>. isle
Iw'bMSftOiyd..l 1 ,. Ihint Pita* *> ".... ... .H I I
T. B. ELLIS.
fI'-.. Ye..e JR..
s"s $a er-ep taut tea 1.I.ct. A* Special;I Mtr aforai 1 1j7 < S
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) JANUARY) 3, 1919.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARVE FLORIDA. PAra: SK> K;:>
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SHE KEPT THEM ON THE JOB 1 I CLAY HIM I Mrs. David Lang was shopping in inj the holidays. '

I .jStarko Friday. I Miss Carrie :McKay: visited relativesin r The Strong Withstand the Winter
t-'lny Hill Jan 3,-It seems that 1 I1. S. StarliiiK was visiting: in this South Jacksonville last wook. Cold Hotter Than tho Weak
winter will soon be here and it is time' section Sunday afternoon I :Miss bra and Dora Johnson were You must have Health Strength! and En-?
for the farmers' to start another crop )I __..__ .__r I in town visiting relatives last w"'k.. duronco to tight Colds,Grip an
: I for mill.K. ) '. I t'KOSHV. L.VKK: A, n. Cnnnvn, of. Sanderson was m When your Moot! {b not In u healthy
: II. Carter and son Henry, made I town Monday.Mit.H condition and{ toes! not circulate properly
n trip Jacksonville Monday, I IP. I Crosby Lake, Jan :i.-Walter Underhill your system is unable to withstand the
i )Kvottn: Jacobs and brother" .
Winter
I II. cold.GROVE'S
Homu'tt of Jacksonville, spent coil t II. :211.ARne tho
spent .
Horace\ of Columbia) S. C. visiting
,
f y slit holiday. 'a 1 in this section with C. J, holiday* with their families+ tn this their aunt, :Mrs. S. :M. Morivll.are" : TASTELESS: : Chill TONIC .
I Iry I i StarluiK. returning home Thursday nftii "section, returning to frostproof, )Friday. !. Fortifies) tilt System, Against! Colds! CripnndInlluciiza
L f l 11". W W. Fnrnoll, who has
11 _s i J. i i noun. :Mrs. Underhill went with them. recently by Turifinland Enriching
I.. :'1. ('arti'rMIH' trimsiu'tuiK business The patties given nt the homes uf boon mustered out, is in 1'erry onIilitltlesN tho Ulood.

in IIll'h land Saturday 11101'11 III If. !Mr. I1. I II). Bryant and Mr. LOP were this week.hit. It contains tho well-known tonic properties
Kills: i Starling-; \vaa attending to business very much Inl"yud.| I Tlson Ritch nf Tampa, is visitin of Quinine and Iron in a form
I '.I in Highland l Tuesday, plies i KlnV Kdmiiiici-on!. and brother, r relatives and friends", this work acccptnMo to tho moat delicate stomach,

..r r aillk Itl N r f k. 1 n. Robert Carter/ was visiting in Hijch- Wiley.isiUil at the home of Mr. 1'. Awry Tison, of Sutherland:: i.... home. and pleasant! to take. You can soon feel
hind/ Saturday n. r.ryant: Sutulny.Mrs. I for the holidays.. Its Strengthening, Iiu'igorulintl KtTect.:: 60c
i I.. W. wilkil1lon'U9 attending; to ; ,.' II. !M. McUau and small children .
1 1, btisinc-x in Jacksonville Monday 'III. will !leave today for linker county ):

U. Hudson wad! II. S. Starling where she will visit )her sister, ;Mrs .I"'III'II'.M.It i )nu:)! < NPOOCK>ijau: <;>ot.:>eio< n)L}rIt.ri; wenisitorj to Jacksonville tho firstport ,Ha vis, for a few days.
4 tPks.1' i' 2 2UI / of the week. | .Minor (iordon, of thi Pill Level section .
E. S.; Stalling spent Christmas with was in this section Sunday. 1
his grandparents. Mr. nnj Mrs. S. J.I' --. "- Export Trade
:Jlnrlmg.Mrs.. 1 IVKI: ;KIKN :
thL rr ; Hiuley Lang and children, of I I

I ; KiiiKslaiul' Ga., spent' Christmas at tho I Evergreen, Pec. a7.-1'ooplr of this I *America ::
luinie of the formers, Iurollh1: r. and action are busy grinding COliC and .aim
;Mrs. David: Lung1.Mrs. .
1, Ilossii i, Adams and children killing hotrn.Messrs.. Wesley and Andrew Wilkinson \ I What' Sells .here Sells There


Clirpstm.is' with her pnr'J1tRIr.: j nod ( the home of J.V.. Grim Sundayafternoon. 1\niifacUirerMsiiii,| (<"ioriiiukrl, "" \ .llinr, ptoiliu/ I Is in latin Amrrlrn will
Mix, I K:. II. Carter and family, returning .
fi' home Sunday r be lirnrfilctl' ( 1 h\ lonirmmii.itinK' \>illi our 1 :x|> Jr rat 1 A. Wilkinson attended church" at
S..1; Stnrlinp was among the visi- Evergreen Saturday night and! was ncconiiinnieil I: jour g\J,,' I hrolli'h our :
I'Hs to highland Saturday, morning c
home by \V 11. Redding.W. : "I 1
;Mr.\ and, Mrs. C S. Austin nail chil- I
E. Forsyth" and children)' wore Native Sales Representativesnml : "
.1"1" "". of .Jiicksonvilli' spent Christmas .khoppinir, / /. 1\lon\ ,,,<'i'k, with the hitter's purents, Mr. and ,
I\Ir. and, :Mrs J.V.. irillis,
were attending J
Mis" R: ,1. :Starling; and family. I to business in Stnrke Satur :: Ir.iclcJ coniicdumn. I'tililicily' + in Iwo hundred Lair American .

W :M i. \iistin, of llhu'U iVcek, was a I day.! Newspapers, and Iwo lumJicil. Salons (Motion I'ittorte /I lie.ities) in ':

'" ,r t i l.iw-try; Tut'siluy! afternoon.' Mr. (!IV. Harvey has returned to g: South and C'c'nlr.I\n1 '/ica. willjcnrrylllio[ of our pruiliu I N tilMixlilIrttlio I':
W. II. CarU'r IIn.1l'IHon:': I'rescott, 1 Island fjrove.. after spending awhile < story j l

left, '..i'r New Smyrna Thursday rven11. with relatives hero.Kllieit r::t t _.. I Mrrdi.inls' lUisinciia Men. Uiius; anti (CoiiMiim of .llirse South
In"C\.. fur awhile) -
/ a : fvillis, nf Jacksonville,
spent
: I HI'! farter l \ spent, Saturday night hristnuis here with his parl'nt"Ir: : AnicricanJCountrirs. w> . .
}{past uc W f
I i) I I.tictry with friends.l'niii '
nnd ;Mrs.\ J.I W. lirilns.IF01i.
!, 'v: Lung passed", through the I' ---- --.-- lr:: R;:: .... ._ Co-operative Catalogues IJ
1 ;''n.Mill. section, } Sunday afternoon.
It \ IIKnifonl
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W Hun 1'iirrish 1 passed; through this I y .. are ASM milling mr I I'1)! odalogutprudrd' ) in 'llie'' Ito gorge of .the f''
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; > i 'miiiMitv Sunday< evening , Jan. :.1.-Mr.\ and Mr\ Tidwell ,)- South and ('nl/,1 Aini-rii.m Krpnhliis.
i I II Iil II .1. Taylor; spent Sunday! lit !thoh i and children, of Ron nuke. Ala., t
I ljJ II ..en" ."..f ;Mi. and :Mrs W. A. Starling wino have l>cen "1"nlinltlw, \ holidays; I'F If interested, it'iite, wire or (111 I'
il ;j + II 'iiul family.Viinth I with their father, W. ;M. Whittcn left ,
i I (r iiirplnno) passed over here Friday afternoon for their homo. 1; := -- f"po,'

; Il I .""ily afternoon cnroute to Sturke.I I Lacy C'ason. of} Charleston S, C., is : ALLIED AMERICA 'ASSOCIATIONComing
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:. I \ SturlinK left for Starke Sun- Inline un a visit this week. i
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few with ;Misty Vivian (Jraham. of. South ..Jacksonville c' ,.
tI' ''i\ i e ""Ifill l 10 spend a ' SAVE "1C, IlltlVl l lI I II , i is xisitinjr heri- this week.Mrs. : ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A. :'
16.000.COO BUHELS;
i PROVED SPIRIT I I K: tarlinl"I''nt Sunday in this I ; John }Denmark :and l chihlron. oflacksonMllc. 4 r"I n

OF WHEAT THAT FRMERLY t tiun' with relatives.' '' { isitej, her parents dur- tl l cirtltetUUlltIiOI1n76irnalitJairanifirtCllprrrupUrnnemnasp; ( : ;. : ) : :: OC'CIf'JIJmwmmmt'mCICUIICJJII'a> : ( : (: : ,

, ( DEMOCRACY WAS LOST IN 1IRESHING I II IIioming

OF .... A -. -. _._ -. -.. ...... .. ,.., -- -. .... .
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Firmer. Urged by FoodXdmlnlstra-
i

r i Voluntary Bas.is of Food Saving tlon, Provide Seen Exi Loaves I; .

of Bread for Every African.n.v .
''I ; Showed Heart of America
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Beat True for Freedom. adopting! cli-nii'-r, sliming! metho -

< |{ harvest'
r m'liN< to gather! jrll,1), fonrly wllar.t .
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..9 To the voluntary service and sacrl-
' >d, llirchlnTint-n' and , flee of the American people' must he
:Slates this. yrnrer..1! fullv ioming
attributed the continued health
m.dmM"1( l>M"hels of wlieat.stlmnteil! ;
strength and morale of the Allied armies .
us fcpilMilcnt) I ah"111'n mpuundKinvi'H
and the civil populace.
of band fur. every >rsi n In
Upon t this spirit of service end sacrlflce -
the country This result, lIe'mplIlIl..dhy
will depend Kurope's fate In the I
correspundliiH! su>lnss: i barley
mouths to corne. In the past year we
oats, rye and! other grains, Isiown, by 1
have carried out an export program,
,1 reports from RS grain i-intes the U.t .
of which Is almost beyond
the uuiKnltude
I. Fond. Administration. Old> suites,
('o/ll'>I'I'lwlllllolI. Bat with then
although not prepared. to fnnh definite
w demands that leave coma, with I
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aI
fltfunfi of conservationn the
the liberation of nations freod from
1 !
(train fields! report gruatlyduced\
German oppression! our exports must
harvest, |10"H"
1 be almost doubled! Instead of 11,8-1:! V .
Thl rural food "IlvlnIll'hlpm..nt/ ,
Ili' 000 tons, we must ship twenty million accomplished In scarcely ,six: InlhM'Ump
tons of food! to Europe In the comin.pearas ::
was In direct response rt-
much as can be pushed queHts hy the Fund! Adm'nNitlon'' I

throuKh our ports which asked., farmers anti lliicsi-mt-n,
If the Allies hail) not been fed by to reduce Imrxest lontes. from bout
would have boon Inipntilble -
America. It
for them to maintain. their de- In 8'i normal l Ilt'r "l'nt.-the times-.to entlmiit the low-si I wage is
tense against Germany III 1111111 UIII. Country !Kniln t InchIng THE MITCHELL & DAVIS AMUSEMENT CO.I
Meeting t this world! need! on a purely coinmlltei's "lIrrll'.1. 1"0 cry I
the American people
voluntary basis grain groIng conuininlty" II." lid i ireeonlnirlld1111una
have conclusl!ely proved<1 that I democracy ,

a Is a SUOCHUS' 'ana that In time of the results. desired. for accouip I Unit Will Exhibit in Starke Seven Days and Nights
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need It will rIse tll UH own " 11"' In nuineroiis liistnncen
If there were no other accomplishment rocks with leaky buttons w''ri nt
Its credit the very' fact Hint It Saturday January 4th.Some
to from tho flekls to r"I"llr| tln'r i"'\ Beginning .
tins shown the strength:; of ('fcmocracyhnsj rent' and frequently had 1 onlei. tl"\\-I I
Itself tuore then Justllitl the
In ln g nuii-hln were ,1o'PI''t l ,
existence of the Food. AdmliilHtrntlun. I
cause cf \\'IIHll''IIH nmo\vil. l I'lln' .
In the eyes of I the world. proportion to the number of I pats !

Less' than four months after the engaged In Kii'hiTlnK' / the riallon" un

United Htali declared. war the t'nlted. crop, ciiirs of riiiiipiililon' were opnrutlrelv of the Attractions i
States Fond. Administrator. expressedMs rare. The Fund. A'mt.1, I :

determination! to ineo< AnmrUa's trtitlon fn-ely nitrll>iit '" llie, "11'..'. -f I
fond problem "n a hails I of xolunt.iryacll the craln thri-slilni" !: rtimpalirn tn. I Itrlotle

.>n and, reiterated. his cinillilenoe service' t by faimeis, " i t

that awakened democracy would proveIrresistible men and their' crews. Ini fl.1 i i I The Dixie Land Minstrels with 14 performers -

grain growers of the I'nln1,I Sill""ii", .1
r "
Iuny thinking/ Americans, mild millions of 'l': More "In pockas

have Mr. Hoover been wntchlne"and anxiously the whole the world lust many a result of the KIIIIII sim-iL, and their own Band and Orchestra. I,

four months lu the fear that demu- NO ONE SUFFERED HERE I
cratlc America conlil not organize to

.a meet autocratic Uurmiir.y. (Jernmny The marvel of our \oliimiiry fop. Ten Thousand-Dollar Merry-Go-Round '
has been confident that It could. not be "
i saving, now ttmt wu are ,:;I'ttlng r
done. Contrary proof Is Immediately U \flint no one ever actual'suftVcfd
suite with their famous Concert
people have already Organ.
at our door, and our \any hardship from It.; tin
demonstrated their ability to ,
and splr
we all are better In healtii
mobilize, orgiinUv. endure and. prepare '
and better satlsnVd with our-elv! l lcuerae b.

voluntarily and and upon ofllclently the mere In many word directions of of our friendly self-demaU Visit the Old Plantation, the funniest

aside from the remarkable
Inspiration Food control In America! held th
assemblage of our Army and finances. price of breadstuff, steady, prevente I show on earth.
The history of the Food Administration
ilcloui upeculatlon and, extortion an,
has clearly shown that the trust
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at home.In
i of those who put their faith In democracy preserved trnuriillllty

N E,{ .$I bus not been misplaced. no other notion Is there so. willing All the latest Novelties, Souvenirs, and

a sens of voluntary clf III! rifle n"
In AII..rll'lI-lhllt shown In the .
other Amusements.
abstinence from wheat! '


t be Find more wheat. It came ; more

proud pork. It carne ; save siiBnr It was dune.
Bo Americans answered the challenge See the "Dark Town Strutters", also

ot German starvation.


: be Good will rules the new world HII I I i
to fear governed the old world. Through! The South Before the War.Don't .

sharing food America helps) make the

whole world kin. r.


a. Food control made sufficiency from t Forget the Date and Place. Starke Seven I;

shortage: kept the rein on food prices, ,
rood cave the tmtlou't full itieiigth ezer-


cl.do Starvation by flcrmnny challengedill Days and Nights, Beginning Saturday, January r

.. f'H.1| consecution, ua
the .ltl ;

Sa.verI America unsnt...ed the challenge.. ; i; 4th, and Ending Saturday, January 11 th 1919.I .

Food cntiscMntlnn In Ami-rlcn has I

I been the IrlllllJl h of Individual d,,vw' 1 .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 3, 1919.
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-- ----- -- -,- ---- I. N. Norman and children are here. new time. Several usually well regulated Christmas here with her brother Mr. 1 A.:: L. Sullivan was a visitor to tha

ra. Mpr..rw_ tho guests of hH. brother, J. S. Nor. households were more or I less<< I Chesley Fogg. county seat Monday.Mrs. \
topsy-turvy as the different housewives ;Mr. und' ;Mrs. Riley Wnsdin motoredto George Adams, of Macon G,a..
.. .. --- man.Miss Mary Etta Kite of Jackson- believing they were on time Hampton Sunday morning. is the guest of relatives here this we,< .
\ die I spent several days'' here this weeknt suddenly discovered they were an hour Mr. und Mrs. Will Jones and Mls.esMorence Bun Hull was a visitor to Star k.k..
the home of her purents.Mr. lute; the breakfast dishes being still Walker, Anie and Bunie Saturday.
County News Items and :Mrs Roscoe Sapp returnedto on the table when the discovery was Graves were pleasant visitors to the :Miss Orrie King/ returned to herght
Jacksonville Saturday, after spending made that the new dinner hour was county seat Tuesday. home at White Springs Saturday ni :
_.- .- ---.-- the holidys here the guest of rel c'obe' at hand However no damage Oscar Wnsdm was carried to Gaines- after several days' visit here with r. atives. was done and as they say, "All's well{ villa Monday, where he underwent 'In awes and rends
lMi.r..tln, facts Gathered During/ the Week by Our Mrs. Julia A. Urow ning that ends well," we believe it will ball e operation for appendicitis. The last S. B. Woodard und R. M. King r o-
Regular Correspondents. I Our community was saddened early well when the people understand it. report we had was to the effict, that turned Sunday to Jacksonville whe'Tt
n Thursday morning when it was !learned I A watch night service was held in he was getting along fine. they are employed at the Jacksonvil lie
that one of oar oldest citizens, Mrs. Ithe M.I E. parsonage on New Year'seve Messrs. J. II. Surrency, Oil.I) Abirnathj Ship Outfitting Yard.
..... --- I Julia A. Browning, had passed away. and was fairly well attended and,{ Lacy Reynolds: and Gal Jones I Miss Eloise'; Owsley returned fro>m
JlII.III\o.; accompanied far us Jackson- She seemed to be in the best of health thoroughly entered into by all present motored to Gainesville, Thursday. i Jacksonville :Sutuiday: after apendu nera
were asp and in to her breakfast A nice of Messrs. K. I R. Jones tad W P. the there with
ville by Mrs. Qunrels mother Mrs. J. was going party young folks who hud : i Byrd I holidays relatives.
Highland, Jon. :*.-Mr. and :Mrs T Eo; Clemens I when she fell dead, heart trouble being been entertained at the home of :Mr. made u business trill to Gamtsville on I I Mrs. M. E. Holder of Lake Gene ,
E. Knglebretscn came out from Jacksonville School opened :Monday with a good the cause of her death. and Mrs Louis II. Hill the early part Sat in'clay. ( !I I is visiting at the home of her daug
( TueMl.iv night and spent attendance. Before her marriage to Mr. David of the evening/ were escorted to the :Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Mills/of,/I Jacksonville I I ter, Mrs II. S. Roebuck. hsd
Christinas with her "purents, Ir. andMrs. Messrs. Harley and Fred Hazen attended -I Browning she was. Miss Julia A. Addi- )parsonage by their happy hostess just spent Friday here, guests of I Miss Florence Hall has return.*
F.. Wilkinson. the Christmas tree celebration son. To this union ten children were after eleven, quietly leaving at ten I Mr. and :Mrs. E. T{' Stewart., I I home after a pleasant visit with red:El
Highland lodge No. 71i, I-'. & A. M., at Ruiord. Tuesday night of lust week. born, six of whom survive her. She minutes to twelve on a bell ringing Mrs! Alma Wise.jot Ja k-enville, is lives in and around Waldo.
held their unnuul installation of officers Mr. and :Mrs J. F. Brooks are receiving had, been a resident of our communityfor mission to announce the arrival of a here: visiting her lister, Mrs. II. F. j Miss Ida lagan spent the holida:ys
Dec. 27th. The following were congratulations over the arrival the past eleven years, having moved glad new year 'midst the blessings of Price. | J in Jacksonville with friends and re il-
elected to serve for the coming year: of a fine son, born to them 1)ec.25th here soon after her husband's death. peace. Elijah Stricklinf oved to atives.
(0'. ,M.: Crews. She was eighty-three years old and The rather elaborate program which Hampton. We r(, let verb 1 much to I Mr. Horsey, of Lake Butler, was a
Senior Warden, R I)I. (,rimS. I./ A. Brown was a business visitorto was known among her friends as had been planned to take place in the lose them. : business", visitor here a few days th is
Junior Warden II. B. Huilson. Gainesville Monday. "Grandma" Browning. She had beena church became impossible on accountof I\Ip".s. Ruric >hns, Sd Nevvsom week.
Treasurer, II. C. Wimberly. E. L. Crosby was a business visitor faithful and true Christian, having the lighting system having given shill, Dewey Strick ng were here Mon.IllY Mr. and Mrs B. B. Sapp have meed
Secretary, Jus. L. Strickland. to Lake Butler Monday. I I united with the Emanuel Methodist completely out. The trustees have already on business. 1 to Hampton. vie
Mr. and Mrs. Austin und children, W. S. Nabb was transacting business church at Raiford forty years ago. taken up the question of newlights Quite a numbe of the T>ung folks Cupt. and Mrs T. L. Murphy a
of West Jacksonville, returned, to their at Lake Butler Monday She leaves to mourn her untimely for the church. attended a party It Ward Thursday the proud parents of a son, born De c.
home Saturday after "spending, Christ- A. B. Surrency and 11. Bullard spent death four boys, T. B., C. L. and D. B. -.-- evening. I I I Is
mas holidays with Mrs. Austin's parents :Monday and Tuesday in Jacksonville Browning: this jI.me. a'.I.J, lei GR1IAM: J. 1', Roberts vi' a bushess visitorto 27th.Alton Green, of near Starke, was a
Mr. and Mrs S. J. Starling. J. Morgan was a visitor to Worth- 1Ir> owning, : f'f I I'VH Mrs Hailey Lang and children wentto ington Saturday aternpon. terM Mrs. Bill Whitehead and Mrs. I'. Graham, Jan. 3-Messrs. H. D. Was- Kldon Da' er, of Hooker was cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. hit -
Staike for a visit with her mother, Melba Dyal spent part of last weekin I.. Bryan of Raiford; one brother, :'011'. dm R. R. Jones and W. P. Byrd made hero Wednesday jfternooi. J
Mr: Bryan Friday. Starke with friends. :I John W. Addison of Raiford and two. a business trip to Starke Monday Christmas pu-d off |uictly here. I' son.Capt.. n. C. Heiberger and childre!n,
;Mrs. Dave Long was shopping/ in Those taking the teachers examinations "isterH.IrK.; Andrew Crosby and Mrs :Mr. find Mrs. Will Jones and niece We had no Chri mils tnt. on account of neur Brooklyn, attended pray
Stnrke Friday. nt Gainesville this week are Jordan Willuims of Lawtey.The :Miss Florence Walker motored to, of the inFluenza The epidemic has meeting here Wednesday night. I Ito
Judge W. K. Grand and Butler Carter :Misses Eunice Ha/.on: Mamie Pmhol- : funeral' was held, at 1:30: p. m., Hampton Monday evening.Mr. been very bad fijthe pit month. C. A. Youngblood was a visitor
ol Jacksonville, attended the Masonic ster and Maud Shaw. Saturday at the Sapp cemetery near and Mrs. Percy Jones were in Hampton Saturday.S. .
installation here Friday. ,I Dr. J. M. :Mann made a professional Raiford where the body was laid to Starke shopping Monday. 1'1 ItE-S.:; 1'. Gullord, Maitlund: was ,
R. H. Kicks left for Citrus Center visit here lust week rest Rev W. I,. Overstreet of Law- Misses Bile Sulonc, Ethel and :Mabel business vistior here during the week
Sunday after spending a couple of Michael 1 Andreu is home this weekon tey conducted the services. Byrd were in Hampton Monday on Thyressa, Ja :3.: -Mi and Mrs J. end.
Creeks with relatives here. a visit. i The family has our sincere sympathy business. L. Jones and c'i' ,Iren nfturned Saturday ,, Cyril Manire, Kuie and Willie Johnof s'
.P. M. Clews was u business visitorto ;Mrs' E.: L. Crosby and daughters, c'. B. Roberts made a business trip to their h 10 in Hivnnniih; Ga., Hampton, were visitors here Satur,
Starke Saturday Isl.i Belle and, Jennie :Maude, were in Precious mother, she has left us, to Hampton Tuesday. after spending IB holi .1YO here with 'day night.
Mr. and :Mrs. Robert L. Crews returned St.irke shopping Wednesday. :, Lefs us, yes forever more, Odell Abernathy made a business relatives.Mr. [ Mr. Und :Mrs. L. r.. Youngblood, o f
from Urooker Saturday, where We are glad to report Undo Jack But Oh! we hope to meet our motherOn trip to Starke Monday. and :Mr, '. Bryan, and children South Jacksonville, spent n day or .
they have been visiting! relatives ;, Sowrll on the convalescent list. I that bright/ and happy shore. Miss Onie Graves was in Starke, I of Dupont sir a few days here during , (.. K.: Wilkinson of Clay Hill was Dorgan Nabb is! recuperating from' !Monday shopping !!' the holida' with her parents, Mr. ;Mrs. C. A. Youngblood.
the guest of Max Wimberly for. several an attack of malaria. : Lonely the house and) sud the hours Mrs Walker and children, of Hastings and Mrs. T. "nest.A : John Hall and Samuel Woodart.rl ra
days this week. ] Lonniu Morgan of Jacksonville, Since our dear mother has gone spent Christmas here with her I.. Sulln WES a business visitor spent Sunday at Brooklyn.
Messrs. I!. A. Tine and II. A. Burroughs spent the holidays here with relatives. Hut a brighter. home than ours, mother, Mrs George Stone. to IfnmpttMrs. Thursiluy."ing .- I
of Jacksonville, were visitors Little Estelle Lewis had her hand In leaven is now her home. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen of Tampa ; R. ;II. and children a..e'. MILLER
here Friday ii i slightly burned nt school Monday. spent the holidays here us the guestof spending n fe. luj- at White Springs '" I
i I 1f J.: Byrd of Graham attended the L.\WTI YLnwtC'y. :Mr. and ;Mrs. J. C. Bairy.Mr the guests of latives. :Miller Jan. 3.=B. E. Brown am,
BROOK: KRUrooker installation on last Friday. : lacy Reynolds: wife and little Quite a null c'r attended the Christi i family were in Luke Butler on busines ,,
S. V. Andreu und Ii. C. Surrencywere Jan. :!I.-W. H. Baxter ofllnxville s..n. George; spent Christmas herewith mss tree Tu- .i>' night ut the homeof Monday.R.; .
Jan. 3.-Rev. Barra filled visitors to Lake Butler Tuesday ,was a visitor. to Lawtey last- the former's parents, Mr. and ;Mr. and. J'' W A. Jones Useful C. Peeplcs, of Tuvnres, spent las l t I,'
his regular appointment nt the Mis-1 Mr. Scarborough, of Starke, is in :"Minday.: :Mrs. James Reynolds. presents wei .i\i'n and everyone ani week with his pllrl'nts11': and :Mrs
siomiry Baptist church Saturday and l our town this week doing brick work. Mr. and, ]hair Starling Peeples returned :Mr. and ;Mrs. Roy Roberts: spent poured to en the .)occasion and willlong ]H.[ C. Peeples. IIs
Sunday with a good congregation lit'' II... Clemons. of Jacksonville, was a ( to their home in Jacksonville Christmas here with ;Mr. and Mrs. C.J be rem rend, by the <'hildren.unied George :Miallar: of Providence, Wa!
etch service. i prominent visitor here the first of the after spending the Christmas J B!. Roberts !Ken Hall home Thursday i visiting friends here Sunday. IIIr.
:Mrs. L. Morgan and children left' week. Sunday with reultives near Lawtey. Mr. George: and Carlos Beville, of after spend i* a few days at Waldo''' ;Miss Lottie Stokes primary teacher -
Saturday for Jacksonville where she I Mr. and Mrs. B. Sapp, of Theressa holidays Willie Taylor and daughter !Miss Brooker were here Thursday. on busi- and Orange 6'ightwith relatives.R. : ( of our school, made a visit to Jacksonville x.
will .join! her husband and they will spent the holidays here, guests of Mr. Elizabeth, of White House, spent Sunday ness., :M. KiA of Jacksonville, spent t one day lust week. 0I\
reside in that city I IO. nlltlIrll.! T. B. Shirley. I Lavvtey at the home of Mr. \It ,.. Odoll Abernathy spent part of the holiday ll"re with homefolks. N. 1 II.[ Stokes made a business tri P)
near
,V. Anderson, of Ilnifonl was in' Earl and Ernest Pinholster, of Green and Mrs :Sam: Mathis. last week with her sister in the Wa- Private I Iloy Russell: one of UnI)to; Luke Butler Saturday .r
our town Sunday, afternoon.Mr. Cove Springs ore visiting their grandmother Neal Davis is attending to business teroak section.Mr cle Sam's ) Igm en stationed nt Fort :Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Lak y
'. and ;Mrs, Wni. I,. Murrell[ left :ilrs..V." H. I'mholster. matters at Dupont this week. ; and, Mrs Ben Wilder spent the Dude, wi6who vv days at Theressn 1 Butler visited the latter's parents, Mr
Monday for St Petersburg where they Dr., O. W. Tribble of LaCrosse made M. part of the Christ day Christmas at Hampton with their with his is making her homefor and Mrs. Roland Thomas Sunday. .O
Padgett spent
will reside in the future. a profesisomil call here last week. i holidays at Anthony as the guestof daughter Mrs. Eth.i Stricklmg. the prmit with relatives there 'I| ;Mr and Mis. J. E. Thomas spent
mas
:Miss Lois Kelly of Newberry spent Lot everyone attend Sunday school his son, Bert. Willie McEver of Jacksonville, spent J. W Htnn" attended the meeting/ Christmas with their daughter, Mrs,
part of the holidays! with her sister, next Sunday, it being/ the first Sundayin Mrs. II. I R. Sapp and son, E. E. Bur- lust week here with relatives. nt Grahandn Saturday 1SP.t'ral V., M. Thomas, of RaiforJ. .
;Mrs A. A. Hazen. the New Year visitors to Jacksonville the Mr. and :Mrs Will! Jones attendedthe ( the young folks enjoyeda J. B. Crawford. of Jacksonville wasn rat
J. C. Cono spent last week in Lnw- :Mr. und !Mrs. II. O. Rivers had as ney were of this week. funeral' of Mrs. Bennett at Anti- party "tyirsday evening, given at i this community last week. dla
tev guests at Christmas dinner Mr. and i first Frank part White returned to Dupont the och Monday. the home ,4Mr and Mrs. W. A. Jones. H. S. ;Miller made a business tripo If In
Fred Hazen made a business trip to !Mrs. Mallory Thomas and children! of first, part of the week, after spending John Roberts, of Oliver Siding was Mrs Jiiphine Sullivan of Hampton t: Lake Butler last week.
Starke Monday.Mr :\Midway :Mr. and Mrs W. J. Johns and the holidays here at the home of his here Thursday on business. was 9 guest of relatives here J. S. Brown and family made a business I. ,
and Mrs. Shultz and Miss Mabel little son, L. J.. of New River Mr. Mr. and Mrs J. F. White. I Master T. J. Warren of Nassauville few days t. trip to Gainesville one day last t.
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Fountain of Jacksonville spent the and !Mrs John W. Lewis and family 1 i parents Arch Griffis went to Jacksonville the I I spent the holidays with his aunt Mrs. Christn passed off very quiet in I veek. 1'0
holidays hole with her sister, Mrs. G. of Rrooker, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw first of the week to work for the Jack-I'i D. J. Byrd. our comnjiity. Murray Thomas was a business vlsi- 'ctIt
W. Lewis. I of LuCrosse. There was a fine dinner sonville Traction Co. Mrs. W. P. Byrd left Tuesday for Cleveld: Lee of Lakeside, was a t or to Lake Butler Saturday.J. .
Milts Sara Jordan of Wnycross, On., and 3. merry time for all. A. H. Harley came over from Jacksonville I Williston, where she will spend the I visitor tlncksonville a few days ago. J. Bielling, of Providence, was lalu
I holidays with her mother Mrs. Phin- Mr. ar f\rs. David Jones, of Hamp-
is the attractive guest of Miss Marguerite and New Year's day at'' i il n this community Saturday.
'PARK spent I ton, sp.f Christmas day here withhter E
Shriver. ; Inman Harrison, of Worthington
Messrs. Mnbry Harrell and, Seeker home John Cone of Brooker, was a visi-I< ney.Dr.. and Mrs. Thomas are the proud their d.1 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. I passed, through here one day last week f
Edwards of Old Bradford, attended Woodluwn Park Jan. 3.-Mr. and tor to Lawtey Saturday and Sunday. I' parents of a fine boy arriving on Sullivali The many friends of George Miller I'
church here Sunday night. :Mrs. R. II. Green: of Jacksonville, Notwithstanding the inclemency of Christmas day. i| [I Mrs. Ben Sasser spent I r'egret to learn that he had to be sent,fat
Mr. and. Mrs. Alvin McKlnney of spent the holidays here, /guests of Mr. the weather on Christmas eve the entertainments N. D. Dyal, wife and children spent I Christi#i near Starke with her parents b ark to the Riverside Hospital for .
Louise, spent Sunday with their parents Gieen's parents Mr. and :Mrs. A. given by the different''' Christmas day at Waldo, guests of Jliind Mrs. W. M. Brown I a mother operation. We wish him
here. Gi een. attendedand Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dowling parents I Clan*' :Manning was a visitor here I sWednd Reedy recovery
Schools largely
Sunday were
:Mr, and Mrs. W. :Shirley: of Tren- Miss Lois Norman spent the weekend are reported as having been decided ef Mrs. Dyal. y night. I On last Saturday-Miss Ruby Parris: F:
ton, were holiday guests of :Mr. and in Lawtev, the guest of her aunt, successes in each case. A, G. Dynl was here Thursday the Mr. ffl I Mrs Ben Powell have 1'1'p ntertamed quite "a number of her 'S
Mrs. R. Shirley. :Mrs E. J. Hill. Mrs. Lura B. Whitehead who has guest of his daughter, Mrs. E. i). Ab- ,. Larkms, after making their'Y' oung friends with a party at thom .tit
Fred] Haren made a business trip to ItVv I D. L Phillips and Ron O. .J., been confined to her bed through illness ernnthy. homo f'-e for several month with h of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J .es'or
(,Cnines\., Tuesday afternoon.. wore business visitors to Starke Tues- is reported as having taken a Messrs. Harley and Fred Hazen, of :Mrs ':alvell's parents, Mr. and :Mrs t V.' Parrish. Various games were ,e
t II. 1'iillunl and children of Mayo dnv. turn for the better. Prooker passed through our burg on C. A, oungblood.Ml p luyed until a late hour when they] I
arc \'lsHinJout the home of A. R.Surr Mls.. Carrie Mnthis returned home Untie Sam with his new Florida Tuesday.D. : Jstelle: Woodard spent Sunday d..epnrtrd for. their homes expressing ."
,'ncy this. week Saturday from :Macclenny where she4lir time on New Year's morning caught J. Byrd attended the :Masonic and tdny in Stuike with relatives. I tl hemselves as having enjoyed a pleas
:Miss May demons of \VnUo is 'I1t ipveral days some of the Lnwtey folks napping-- meeting at Brooker Friday QiflJ a crowd of the young folks'' 1\lit evening M
home on n visit to her parents Mr. Mi" and. ;Mrs S D. I'oeplos and) little they found themselves' all at lien concerning Mrs: D. J. Byrd and daughters, Ethel went to the home of :Mr. and ;Mrs I :\1<'SSI'S. Cameron Frnlick and Leon d
and Mrs. J. E. Clemons.Mr daughter: ,returned to their home in school hours business hours and! ;Mabel and son Perry, visited ungblood Saturday night and aenjoii rd Summers of Providence, attended! tl'J i
; *. QimreU and little ion left Friday Jacksonville; Sunday after spending, railroad schedules and everything else relatives at Worthington Thursday. some home-made peanut can- I tl lie party at the home of :Mr. and MrsJ
for their home in :Miami. They several days here with relatives. that was. trying to adapt itself to the Miss Grace Fogg, of Marianna spent dy.)| J., W. Parrish Saturday night.

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