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 10, 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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,tin I'on jva! OOSEVELT, EX- I I, and Gl'llhill., Flor ln.,(; -ILII lnMr3.'.: Will Jones NEW\ CO. BOARDSCOMPLETE .NOTED: GROUP I I Lake Butler LAKE_Jan.1I( 'n.lm 10.--Curl Alder SCHOOL BOARD intch

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lay, EARLYMONDAY Mr., M.nvm[ Odifwus: a business VISIT ST4RKE\ I to/ Alderman reopen her has school'roturnod to :Minim ;lk.tt
visit, .
POWELL\
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ref, :Messrs.; to lleWitt tark) \ (' M: 1-kland av and Roy : 1 V.. K. M.irshburn to their homo and family ill C'hatta-haverturnod CHAIR'N!

Kalch, of Hampton.ere here Tuesday hooi'hco.Mr. __ be

LSI thi I ASSES AWAY PEACEFULLY !Mr.afternoon and Mrs.on bue s. HENRY L. GREEN WILL BE I AGAINST BURNING OFF OF : and Mrs.: Foy have rottirnod to NEW BOARD-TOOK CHARGE ics
Cig Of Jacksonville
their home in Baltimore, after n )ikeup
tOV- AND WITHOUT WARNING were 'business 'tors here Tues- CHARGE OF ROAD WORKE. WILD LANDS ANNUALLY |pleasant' stay with J. II. :Mai-sliluirn very i I OF SCHOOL MATTERS TUES.

day.Alvin I 1). W. Borum spent Sunday, with his __ mil

an e MMEDIATE CAUSE OF DEATH here Tuesday McKinney on bus,8, Louise, was :. M. JOINS APPOINTED COUNTY YOUNG GROWTH; (OF TREES; C\N-:: i family.W.\ .:M. Overstrtct :MRS. LAURA :-;corr111): A. M. ass,
motored to Pa-
[Dec : and irs. Tril> ATTORNEY I). GUNS NOT 1VII uIS'I'.tND 1 K.\V.GESOF
weVr of LaCrosse
AFFECTING ( latku Saturday.Mrx. D\RBY APPOINTEI'fitUS'rRES:'; ) : ail;
here Tuesday usiness.', RESIGNS:: CO. AGENT: FOREST: FIRES::; : Fletcher and children left Sunday .
is i I C. B. Roberts, mud business FOR :M.UtKK; SCHOOL ,.;.-
un, trip morning for Jacksonville, where

lin. New York Jan. 7.-Theodore Roose- to Mrs.Starke Sparks Tuesday.. and, The( new members of the county Starke was honored last Sunday she will reside in the future. I -
by .
of
)n, Oliver Chnrlie Savage visited homofolks The 'hoard met in regular;: session I Ia"-
olt, twenty-nixth president of the Louise wen \ l.itOl'S Monday.: hoards met Tuesday morning: at the n visit from a delegation of foresters, Sunday. I Man, .I'th, with Messrs." T. B. PinhoU .Iiltb-
rer'. 'nited States and for seven years George;: Fogg: of courthouse and organized for the coming who had been attending the sessions
I ? Hampshire, C. Vnrnes, of South Floritlll.Va" star. 1. E.: Douglass and J. C. McRuoi I"
,
lye r .eumbent of that high office, advocate wins here lat week gt of his brother / two year term. of the Southern Foresters Associationin 'a visitor to Luke Butler Sunday. piei-ont. ', .

nd exponent of an unqualified Amerimism nesley Fogg: The school board is now composedof Jacksonville. The delegation was IVter Kerce; of Palestine, was It ,i :Minutes of lust meeting read and ,I.
rt) beloved idol of the American Mr. and Mrv. odell ernathy male
cop Ie, passed from quiet slumber ins u business t trip to Jjonville Wednesday gett: of Lake Butler, and T. B. Pin- United States forest ICl'n'il'p. who lu. II. N. Stanton visited< Jacksonville I The bonds of the depositories aai ,'rub.I'siJrnutt'e .
3 of death in his home at holster, of Hrooker. Mr. Powell was much time the
i the sleep I spent riming winter !Monday i at the last meeting of the -t
'ekhn' agamore Hill, Oyster Bay, L. I., at !Mrs. A. I Lane wa: visitor to elected chairman. making: investigations in this locality.Mr. I :Mrs. W. :M. Overstropt visited her bon rd accepted. om-

, ;, teen minutes past four o'clock yes- Gainesville Miss( Thursday.] Chun.elected A. chairman Roberts of of Lake the board Butler of : Cary"'s. investigations here have parents at Woi thington Sunday. | An election WIIS ordered, ", for Special ',I reel
rday morning. Alma (Price arrother. was been largely with view determining I Mr.: "Puirisb i.. v
were : a to a guest at tho homeof Tat District No. 1 and the following
,, commissioners. The
tur The immediate cause of death as visitors to Hampton 'rsday. county othl.'rl I whether or not reforestation and II. J. Stewart. \\'ere appointed, managers:. for sumo: I tI mo
members of the board G. C. Livingston ,
hated by his physicians was a pul- David Kelly l'ntel'tpd a numberof are: of- I' stock raising may be carried on profitably i Mr ,\kill""i..itc.1. homofolks. in Aln- I I D. W.loeJ': ('. G.; M. Bennett and M. J'k's
f of Drew Reddish
.0: onUry embolism-the formation of a his young: lends! Tday evening Starke ( together. The rebuilding of the ''I ('hull! Sunday I 7.. Sullivan .'',\

tWlMl) 'ood cot in one of the arteries of the with a watch 'party. Ose present Lawtey, James Reynolds, of Graham pine..timber forests cannot thrive, ho ,I Max Wilson visited his mother :Mrs.i Upon' recommendation the following :uy,"
!\ V. of Providence.E.
ngs and its passage: thence into the were !Mr. und :Mrs.\ N Wynn, Mr. Und O. Brooks thinks if the present custom of burning i B. 1'. \\'ilson, Sunday.I I, : were appointed trustees to 'till the '.,son
elected
rain. Except for the presence in his I and Mrs. Riley WasdnJr.' and Mrs. :M\ Johns was Tomlinson attorneyfor the woods every year is continued. I I II, S :\Miller of Antler, attended or- uncxpirod, terms of I the Hoverul specialtax .
I and Dr. J. P.
tar of James Amos, his l It.: R. Jones, \ hull the board The '
chamber Mrf Jacksonville ,
\ young trees are killed off by the vioi'H in town Sunday. districts us follow : Palestine,
..hful negro: valet, who had attended :Mr. and :Mrs Edit' Smi'Jf Palatka, county attorney. number of fire and a large percentage of those of Mott Jameson is visiting his "parentsMr. Arthur Brannen and Lee llrnnnon.T. .

since his White House days, Col- Mrs. Eva Barry :Mr. u :Mrs. Eston Henry L. Green, for a I larger growth are damaged and re anti, :Mrs. Edgar: : !Miller I I B. PINI10LSTKR: __

I '. Roosevelt was alone at the mont Brown of Sampson, Citllixs.Bertha years assistant to the superintendentof I tarded. From his investigations Mr. Mr. und 1 Mrs.! A. K.: Mixon and babyare E R. POPPKLL.:t Chairman.
tan of death so foreign to the ox- Salon Neta lull, EumKelly :Messrs. \the state prison farm, was employ became convinced the
of road work in Cary that the development visiting: at home of I D. F. Mc Secretary and Superintendent. .
<+ stations of his family was any Carl and Volley Mmney. Rai- ed as superintendent of a second, gruwthwof timber )Donald. I

tics s sought of his sudden passing.No I ford Brown M.n! Iris Dugar the county. Mr. Green will enter at and grazing may both be forwarded Rev, G. W. S. Ware, of Worthington The siiperintendcMit called tho board
duties J. B. Dowlmg
pain attended the one-time Pres- I Jones, of Sampson Mar'Odgen, Al- once upon his havingasked by abandoning/ custom of burn visited. his. daughttr, Mrs. W. :M. to order Tuesday Jan 7th, anti tho
las't Jent's death. The end of the earthly 'vin \\aadin and others. the present superintendent : the woods. ,
I relieved ing He feels very sure Oerstrpet. Monday.) I following members presented, their" .: ..
immediately.The
be
Irs ireer of the virile soldier, author, I !Ill'. and Mrs. ElM Sm, of Palat to that the forest fires are responsiblefor School ol''lIpcflondllY' : January din, commissions: L. C. Powell 1'. 1\1. Pad .

'atesmnn, publicist, and orator, thee ka. were visitors here Vnesduy.' Bradford the County official Telegraph of was the the sparse growth of young timberon I after a two weeks' vacation.Kev gatt: and T. It. Pinholster, which were !lent I

\Val Ian who had made "the strenuousfe" i ;Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ki', of Starke designated as paper much of our lands und cites many ] S, S. 1'roetnrilied/ his. regular: examined and found that they were r 1

a household phrase and who had were here Wednesday.Mrs. . board for the two-year term. instances to support his contention. A Inppivntment! at (Oak! drove; anti, the regularly elected, at the last (funeral roles I
of the old
ich. templified that life from his busy ; E. D. Abirnathy nt part of The use to the agricultural Jail property department was- striking example is found ut J. M. Al State Farm Sunday. election I und properly qualified] '! to serve 8 for. !

ick- outh until he died at sixty-one came lust week in StarKe with r parents, granted;: of the Bradford County High varez's farm three miles west of town :Marcus. Dokle has returned to Lake ii* members of the board of public instruction -

gently, as slumber :Mr. the Lake Butler road. On the Butler to his studies in the tho State'l'ho
i quietly as and ;Mrs. A. v,. Uyal lease continue on south resume fur (ensuing two years
to long as
School the so I
tri )mes to the tired child tucked, away :Mrs. Era Robots,! and i- Roy, Jr., UN is used for school : side of the mud Mr. Alvarez baa hud I.aku Butler High. Sthool. I I"n" I'dVIIS then organized as '

Pe y loving: mother hands. of Pmdertown ws'e here property. pur- under fence for n number of years n i Annie Belle. 1'eoples of Blair) and. follows: Chairman C, Powell; E.

aki guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. C ednesdllY, pOHPP.The resignation of C. P. Gunn tract of pasture land., It has been protected Jessie. and Essie: )bugger entered th" R. Poppoll nn Ex-otllcio: secretary.. <.)...00I

!Mr\ OI'E DELIVERS INTERESTING:: Roberts. from fire. The growth of the ,,, mhool here Monday.. N I There being no minutes to read, the A .
ADDRESS AT ASSOCIATIONAt : :Mrs. White, of .Jacksone, is here. cour ty agent;: the was accepted of Mr. Gunn timber has been very rapid and Mr. I lfIlICIIh'kle: I is able to be, up again: board, went directly to business t I''
county
will position
''enl t visiting her daughter, s. II . accept which Cary thinks the 1Z'l'lIzinhll.' / been" 'after un attack of mtluenn.Mrs. I Upon motion II. I L. "Poster, wan duly,

\tars the meeting of the Florida Edu- Price. .agent/ of to Alnchuu him county time, at wasoffered anlII"rea.pd greatly: improved from the fact that a : I.ula Kdonfield: and, son, Paul, appointed, to fill the tints pirwl term 1 BOO

itional Association held in Gaines- Messrs. J. II. Smrcney- Mills salary.fume His ago will number of grasses have sprung up arc, suffering with influen/a. 'of 1'1.:\ Padgett. : resigned.. .1, .1. Mat- H.OO

wai s ille last week. Prof. C. E. Pope, in and R.V.. Suriencv made business I appointed, by the agricultural successor de- that would have been killed, off. had the J, II. ('old>" motored over to Worthington tox to fill the unexpireil term of J, D.IVnne 1200

arge: of the agricultural: department trip to Starke Thunday.] and will probably he here to land been, burned over each year. The / MonflllY.1 resigned. Mrs: Laura Scott 1 0.1)0)
tri p f the Starke High School delivered John Eddy \1"llt..orhvas: here. \pnrtinent take the work when Mr. Gunn unfenced land adjoining this pasturehas :Miss Ada. )Register> has returned to und A, :M. Dntby to (ill the, unexpired toO.oo)

n address on "Course of Study in Vo- Thursday.Roy leaves up the 15th for Gainesville. The been swept by forest fires each Heilbronn to reopen her school which terms of MeHwrs 1. C. Poppell' mid, L. 10,00)

uai tional Eudcution for. Agriculture." 'Jirt, of I.oui-i. was Business Hgricultural on department will also em- year and while the soil seems to bo, of has been closed for the holidays C. Powell, resigned: ,

las t' rof. Pope is an enthusiast on the sub- visitor here Wednesiij, ploy! an assistant, whose salary is tom very much the same (character the l i :hiss Anna Bull of Kansas is visiting :Moved and carried) that the county 25.00 I
ct of agriculture in the schools and growth of both timber and grass: is i her sister Mrs. Frank Bennett, laird' iciniburxp the trustees for Special
the
\
:Mr. and :Mrs. Davi' Killvnd children entirely by government.Gt'ILFOKD
. isiwai- ivorable comments were made on the paid very sparse I j I and, will attend the Luke Butler school Tax Districts Not, :n and, 23!: formoneys 1
attended, the Bosvn-Kly mar I I Mr. and, Mrs. Frazier and sons of paid 1 out for teuchcis' salaries. co.oo::
Tanner In which he handled his dis- lie found a similar condition existing -' :
s ringe at Pindertown Ve necy even- M. Alton were. the guests of Mr. and,) '' KIO.OO I
)>urse. : at J. Brownlee's farm four I' t
1\Irs.I' 'I / .ot)
JI
E. R. Poppell, county superintendent ing. i I Guilford Jan. 10.-Rev. J. R. Eu- miles west of town on the Raiford Guy! Sunday | It was moved, and carried that the i
ton, r' schoojs was eleceted a member of Will Jones was a bi, eek : City Wetlne i liv, "T banks filled his regular apopintmentat her home after pleasant visit with for land and to
e executive committee of the asso- Sampson Guilford Sunday at eleven o'clock. cited by him to support his belief that a equipment carryon
i lie; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pnth, ( Ioth friends in Tampa. the Vocational Agricultural' School
t ation. Sampson Mrs. J. E. Douglass and the cattle owners and the timberland
,enl'l Mr. and I Proctor and Pauline Hatcher him veto of thanks for hU. Jo( .no(
City visited :Mr a V M E. J. motored to Mr. Isaac owners would be vastly benefitted Ruby a .
foin r G RAY children over have returned to their home in Stnrke, foresight in this matter. cationiterod.
1
MISS OTTIE TO WED !Murrhee Wednesday [ Manns Lake Butler, Sunday.J. by the abandonment of the custom
,
near ''
i after week's visit with relatives and'. L. C. POWELL, .
Marvin Isitot of burning the woods.! He took the a
Odgen was a ? Pin- E. Douglass and J. J. Blackwelder -
I ', party to a number of places where friends., 1 ":. R. POPPELL, Chairman. iswerrsonal-
dertown Wednesday
Friends here of the contracting par's I' met with the board of county com-
riskhe' have received the following: invi- :Mrs! Will .Ione andlnieci Flor-I missioners and school board Monday.We timber had sprunlup: in abandoned The Woman's Club met in regular i Secretary and Superintendent.

'I tion: Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Gray re- once Walker were ple.ilnnt:. sitorsto are sorry to report that Mr. and fields. On this class of lands, the order Monday afternoon Jan. fith l S NUUIO' \
,
th<' Jest the honor of your presence ate Gainesville Wednesla\( | i! !Mrs. Oscar Tyson of this communityhave growth: of grass and underbrush is ,, Mrs. Percy Padgett prl'sililllThp: offered [ HEATH(( or A. J. rages,

<. J marriage;: of their daughter: Ot- :Mrs. :Mary Hill nnd I lillc, d rhter a very. sick child at the present generally: very sparse, and there is not'' resignation;: of Mrs. Padgett: wax -- S Cir-

verehe Lucile to Lieutenant Donald Moron left Wednesday for So/ psoCitylwhere | time and their many friends hope the much fuel for. the forest fires here,, and accepted Mrs Seeder King A. J. Nimmo, postmaster and highly -

; Dental Corp, Wednesday, they will visit ,11.1 I ive! 'fore little fellow will soon he well and out I he pointed out that the timber stood I being elected, to fill{ the ollli-e. I esteemed! citizen( of Hampton, diedSunday .
stn"as . E II. Dowdy, of Hastings visitedhis night December.. 5th!!) of in-.
nnn 1fith. 1"1" .,"" 'I( F'rst returning;: home. I again. very thick and Its growth hail, hl'l'n' I
j' : wonderful while childhood, friend, Dudley Gillespie, (I fluenza. Mr. Nimmo was a man of thohighest
dint chiri.li. Gainesville, Fla.Miss Berry Kelly spent pn' 4f lanreek'in :Misses Eflie Douglass. Etta Spires on adjoining: virgin1 Fla
Gray formerly lived in Starke Sampson City with ,n'ltive-, i| mnl Cassit Coles returned home Friday I lands where the growth: of grass and Thursday and Friday While he washere character lie was prominent! ,
.on The stork visited tin I lime Mr. underbrush was heavy und afforded, they were fortunate enought to' in church and fraternal work and will I ;
(il I has many friends here who are | night from a visit to Gainesville,
idea.I i-rested in her marriage. anti. Mrs Forrest R v'i ,,ill, J'ary' where they had attended, the teachers' fuel for the fires. the timber was kill plenty of quad and Mr. Dowdy| be greatly missed by 1 the nrgnrd.utions -

Ilr!! ---. 1st. leaving them a fine, bn\i: | association and examination sparse and had made slow prOl/rl'8M.1: I was delighted with Lake flutter and ,; to which hn I... nnaed. He had er has

FIRE TITESnAY! SIGHT I :Mr. and. Mrs. Jefsiiirenc'' ', nd i iIvre Miss Eva Dicks returned W'elnp..1lay A very striking: example of this was its_.surroundings. |i iI been postmaster' at Hampton for about -f -lime-/ .
--- I children of Tampa ,in sing after spending several days at I shown on some of the reclaimed( lamNi I I.. Krnoks and wife visited relatives 'six! yi'u's.l having been appointed during ga aa
here lust week.Mrs. first .
The home of O. A. Andreu in the the former's parents MiIV. ,! .ilid. l :\1 1 R. Day) with her brother Reed Dicks I i I surrounding wire! Sampson lake Th..r.VII" I :\ ImsHott visited Jacksonville I the Wilson. administration of President r hog
no or other growth there
I grass :
made business
athern part of town burned to the lion. J. E. Douglass n Weilnosilhy. At t the time of his death I nil other A ndI 1
I I *
:Maine- ," j.ouitatrlended to feed the fires and the timber hnd
: .
Lnntfn > Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. i
ound Wednesday morning: between | trip to .1. K I: Tl'rr"II, of East Butler m mov- members of his, family were ill, tnakI '
romp thick that he had measured
the Woodmen < 11',1.1 |, her< riI and :Mrs A. c. Crawford, ofMidway up SO Justu
\
md 2 o'clock. Mi Andreu
was away inltn Jacksonville to make his home
I I Butler I t off' nn acre and counted\ :2'K!' young : I I Iing, the circumstances peculiarly sOIL few
dav nfternoon.I Lake
a fishing trip and his wife and : drove over to with Mrs. L. itronks..rhi I
: I trees capable of I"'III"It'd for his daughter" K.I Nimmo 1IIIIIIId.,1 an correspondent '
Id were visiting: relatives near I Mrs.1'rown and son nfI tt'nnt4rehere Saturday. ,' / tllrf/I. .. town regiets to lose Mr.I Terrell. : for the Telegraph for several .4' (Hog
will few
tine and that
,
I her dmirlit!' MrOrliurgttof I of Lake Butler a yours more"
the house all in visiting;: \ Charles Floyd wasin '
impton, and was I | 'be fit for th- saw mill. The yotini ,t. K.; I'ructor visited" Sapp'' Monday) yearn and, we join very sincerely 1 !.
,mica before. it was discovered. A Thomas. our community Sunday morning. ai'd' Tuesday. hits
I 'the grief that his death caused to
rrowth III .11I>h of but In baI
Marsh !: (pine omimo > -
:
rpe number of citizens responded to ;Mr nn.1frs: :Mrs. H. K. Priestrr is spending/ XAixi.lmen Circle Officers family and friend .
here c'it.. ffr.( Gainesville with her Mr. Cary says this class) of timber i I. __ ulr09eh I
Jacksonville in
alarm, but reached the place too are fewdays) parents The officer who were elected to fill <|
and :Mrs. R'Y.. Surrei! v pare of :Mr. and, Mrs. Richard. riming more and more into demand..
'c to save any of the contents of the the offices of the Woodmen Circle for '1'11011'11: PLOW hog
That it must in fact be the timberof
:Mrs. Burgess.Mr. Masters Dcssie and Leslie \Waters
use. \
follows _
sue iloao
I'nsllinlYI'lIr are flu : II
:
The the reach of the : and Irs.Utlllll1! Y'11Jl d. of lulu were guests;: of :Master. riley commerce in the years to romp, because '
place is beyond Pant ( NI.ttieIann.:
Guardian I, For the several weeks. the
pieri is no hope of replenishingthe punt o, )letterQuigley '
iter, supply and the lire departmentunable of Waldo were here Th \n !IIY> on i i- and Bessie )Douglass: Sunday. I of The (Guardian Klva: Rivers. I Lumber & Supply Co. have '
growth yellow pine.
Mrs. T. C. Dicks and Charley :Mc- sup the H.ft .
as to render assistance. mess Adviser< Jennie Dell.Clerk llt-oiniiii '
I been the true-
ply of yellow pine that I I demonstrating !
I I- we are rapidlyusing
--- - --- I Tamps Reynolds was i ''I i mosi Call are both on the sick list this we'I.Th..ir Ella Strickland. noth.inufuc-
I :200 In I, tor, u midi machine in looks, but a
;: up was yearn growingwhereas :
,1'1'
Jacksonville Sat friends wish them early
I ,
tor t<> an re
REAL CHRISTMAS; TREE lleulah Dekle. ;
: Banker
the slash pine under favorable wonder; when it comes tn" turning. up -
t
O. \V. Dyal made J b IM a I
covery. of'I conditions will grow-into trnod Attendant, Stella 1'ripntor.Assistant 'the dirt. "For the purpose of demonotrating -
cold weather of Waldo Saturday. Mrs E. B. Thomas and children Attendant Ethel: Chris- .
During: the very merchantable timber in something this machine tin1 company" secured -
Willie Lovelace and 'eri.i.Lilv Lulu were guests of her father T. C.I
'1 past week J. L.. Peek turned a fine -neirhij thirty years in the meantime being tain. thu use of a vacant lot nearby,
have returned --
Bell -
ray of water from a hose on to the Dicks Sunday. Chaplain, Dora Alderman.) ) but someone wanted to see
bled for turpentine present
'her. M. ,
in Tampa. Their grand: Dr. King of Lake Butler made a
Inner Sentinel Annie I ,
Rivers
in the do
carded Christmas tree yard I what the machine could in u grassy
'J. (. thm. I call out here Friday nightHIGHLAND The delegation: of foresters arrivedon
.Barry accompanied I : I I
I the Outer Sentinel Opal Glover.
within a short time tree was plot. Ever: obliging, the malinger of
with Iclecles W. I' Byrd spent Satu1-1 I'\ in U' ;, -- the noon train frori "Jacksonville. Physicians Drs King and Maine. turned
mass of ice, hanging met the train C. I.. the firm hud his iron diced Asr aI
at
do. They were by '
m branch" able to support It. ) Manager, Sara Douglass loose the strip of Bermuda
every ; upon grassalongside
,
:Mrs. George: Stone aryl I lau,rht and Julian Peek Jos. E. Wilson J. :M.
to ice immediatelyon Musician. Lucy Roberts. and
e spray turned the store building in a
Alvarez Weeks C. D. Gunn
lau.rht R. A. andE.
Mrs. :Mill Jones and grand ,
it beautiful! Wilkinson Lake Butler Branch A. R. C.
contact and was a Highland Jan. 10.-Charley few minutes the Bermuda grass hud
vmti Matthews: and left at in
Miss ( once automobiles
i'lorl'n'pValker
;ht and one not seen in "Florida uns wen was transacting business at the of the A postponed meeting of the Lake 'been uprooted, turned over. and buried
Mr. Peek and "make to Starke Saturday.Miss for a trip over part Butler Branch American Red Cross, which
what
one does as tiweek county seat Friday. inves- in a manner showed I
e." The tree remain unchanged un- Vinie Lane is sr..rdirr : Mrs. Percy Sayward of Boston, territory covered by Mr.had Gary's was held in the Club Room Tuesday a wonderful little machine it WaR ,
'tl'rf
the warmer weather caused the in Hampton with her Mass., arrived Thursday for a visit tigations. Mr. Cary provided a afternoon. Officers for the ensuing: However well it pleased those witnessing

,sa tn melt. Cland Birt. _...'..... '10-"__ _-"_'_._..n.g, ........_. U"U__.1 "uoo..g. Tt... n. lunch for the party the and banks this of was greatly year were elected all the old officers the performance Chief Kite
Willie Price is back aft-' a tv' enjoyed on Sampson ....
follows I
... Hudson. being re-fleeted as : I who is more interested in maintainingorder
I where fire built and
wpeks' hunt at Gulf Hamm"ck. Wilkinson returned from lake a camp was Chairman Mrs. Howard N. Stanton. the
BAPTIST CHURCH G. E. coffee brewed than in farming, took opposite -
of of to
reports a tine time and plenty gam Jacksonville! he has plenty good go Vice Chairman, Mrs. J. F.. Maines. I I view, and broke Into a faster I
Jeff arlR'et floe return d from relatives for several along/ with the lunch. Secretary, Mrs. Wm. Johnson. suitable for the '
Tie services are as follows: hI' has be.been visiting Besides Mr. Cary and the local d >Ie. gait than is dignityof /
trip ta Plant City where '
Mr. R. E.
Executive Committee
'unday school 10:15. rdays. a fat man to reach the scene before i
Morning preaching 11:15. employed in the Warnell mill! He Afro, If. C. Wimberly and daughter ration the party consisted of the following Dell chairman. Rev. L. A, Rawts. Rev. 'I the tractor converted the entire / N
United States ,
i. Y. P. U. service 3:45: p, m. ports plenty of work at rood and ShMlss: Beth Wimherly. were shopping service: J. G. W.Peters R. Mattoon, United S. I. Hendrix Mesdames Stanton, street into a well plowed tract
forest ,
there he visited Tampa othn ; I Wil ,
Johnson
Evening preaching, 7:30.t : Whoa Jacksonville Thursday. Maines King, "n.
States forest service' F. W. Besley,
and ;
In South Florida ys
\ the morning hour the treasurer likes that fine Mr. and Mn F.1Crews were state forester of Maryland{ ; A. A. Workroom Inspectors Mrs. Herbert I 3fl bedside bags, 21 property bag; ,o Wcakintertotal
I give his annual report and the an- section .chopping' in Starke Monday. Coult, educational director tick eradication Prlenter Miss Irene Edwards.Cutters 301. Knitted articles 17 sweaters I aryl En-

\1 I business meeting's minutes will We wishthe Card of Thanks "end! Mrs P. Padgett and children re- : C. L. Moore Sizer Lumber Co., Mrs. W. G. Ball Miss 1Ltt- 24 socks, 4 muffler 2 helmets 1 cniitti and Inlluenza.
read. I hope for a good attendance to thank urnI'd from a visit with reia. tie Fowler. wristlet total 60. Belgian Relief for i
;
: the kind Jacksonville A. M. Henry, assistant .
formany Cocoa ; ,
Telegraphour healthy
through M. M. Me in
t: we may know what the church slrkneulves'' 1 at < shown through our culnto projwily.'
ping with ness us influenza. Our -ntire H. C. Wimberly was a business vis- ,lox. state forester of Tennessee; It. C. Kinney.Chainna'li'. L. A. I 6, 4 shirts, 12 bootees; total 68. For : withstand! the ,

leAse: noet change In time Spanish down and friendsor.to: starke Mnday Jones state forester of Virginia; J. Clvilan Relief Rev. hospitals, 3 quilts, 10 sheets, 20 bath j
family were our rich-. Mig Saleeta Mercer returned from state forester of North Kawlg.! I towels 84 hand towels, I S) handkerchiefs a"
were very kind to us. May God'- aw thorn Sunda theeat S. Holmes The secretary gave the following re. total 122. .S Chill TONIC

"MOTHER"Tie blessings! be upon them 'I'I'loon.hdays our?| with her parents, Mr. and Carolina Louisiana; J. G. Lee State professor University of ;forestery R.- port of the work completed during the Total; number of articles, 531. tninst Cold. Grip
If.
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'poem published under the above prayer. Mr. and. Mrs. W. bra. F. A. Mercer. Interior Lumber Co., Jack- year: Clothing collected for the Belgians Intf oml Enriching:
the M. Hogue.
Telegraph a week or so I 17 pajamas, ftO hospital garments, 365 piece.
I "om posed by J. Lewis Shriv- RISING PLACE DESTROVFD sonville; E. O. Sierke, state foresterof 70 comfort bags, 97 instrument bags IB Christmas boxes donated 1917. jiown tonic prop- ,
? fire to the old place to Texas F. R. Miller secretary .
Mr.
and Mrs. John Shriver, meone put ; Rot 1 Iron in a form
18 Christmas boxes packed by
., northwest eata little excitement. This was Chamber of Commerce, :Macon Ga.;
tooicer. The Is The J. M. Rising place a delicate stomach.'I!
now
young man familiar (
Members of the party not Cross 191?. .
tioned at Tours, France and has of Starke was destroyed by fire Saturday e of the oldest dwellings in this part L L. Bishop supervisor of Florida national with Florida were greatly surprisedat The treasurer reported receipts for I. 1'oucnnsoon feel.

All ": !Jed the Telegraph with several night at about 9 o'clock. The the county being occupied for years forest of forestry; R. D. Forbes state of superintendent Louisi- the wonderfully rapid growth of the year $.3fi2.f 8. expenditures 1284:! / juraungfdluut. tile.I .

VBY letters of his experiences over place was In a dilapidated condition the Rising family, who are now timber in this state. ,72, leaving. a balance on hand of $97.7
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I approved by the Governor Dec- erty; ; to 1'rovlde that Sheriffs Shall distill alcoholic or itoxicntlng liquorsor exchange, or to transport cause to
I LAWS OF FLORIDA ember 4th, A, I 1) WIand) / Keep Certain Records; to 1'rovfdufor bevel'ages, whetar spirituous vin- be transported, or to be in anywise'
GENERAL I ous or malt; to piduce distilled al- concerned in the
I entitled An Act regulating the trunsI the Return of Unearned License lew transportation, fi" ,'many
I( i jiortation of intoxicating liquors into Taxes to Pel'sons Rightfully bn-:: 'coholic spirits; to or make mash point in this State to any other
for
_ _ wash fit ,
distil
wort or ation or point in this State
n counties or precincts of this State titled Thereto, and to ;Make APP1'Opriution f or to any point n
STATK; OK FLORID/ \. mtt, "H'muse' under the/ age of eighteen where the sale of intoxicating liquors Therefor; to provide fur for the pi'>'' luction alcohol a spirits; this State from any point without to
Ofllcc of :Snielaiy: of, State. *+, : years hull punished/ l Iy imprison- me prohibited and providing rulesof the Suspension of Certain Olllcers or by any j-roces from to sepaute< alcoholic State whether in another State, Territory -
I, II. (ln.v 'I'II\\'ford, Sicretuiy: of iiunl,, in the :State iieniteiitiary not evidence and a penalty' for violations for Neglect of Duty in the Enforcement spmts ny fermented sub- posession of the United Stilt(-..
State of the'Stale of Florida" do hen- mule than tin yiarn, or hy fine not of the Act In- und the same i it of this Act; to Provide stance; except asiercinaftir? / provided. or foreign country, or to possess, own,
by leitifv that the Acts and Resolutions cxteedmg'rno Thousand (Dollars. I hereby amended to read liS follows: that -so ;Much of Chapter 728:! :l I. Lawsof And any sue still or distilling or use exclusively for the purpose in
iiiiitiiinid,, I ill this volume huwbeen .siLdon: J. All laws. or parts of Sec rt. That any person, association Florida Approved April :21th, uppniatu-. ulcohtic or intoxicating: this :Section:: mentioned, alcohol for
compiiKil( with the original Kn laws in conflict with the provisions of persona, or corporation, or any 1'Jl"! "Relating to the manufacture liquors/ > ur! bevera.-B, distilKd spirits medical, scientific or mechani,' ,II
rolJt'd"t.' on 'file ill this ulllif und of this Art are hri" 'liy I""ellit'd. I j officer, agent: or employe thereof, possession and trallic in alcoholic or mash, \\p"t" or wai, togtthif with all purposes! or wine for 8I1Cl'lImen,1:
that the Mime lire correct and truecopies. ,, heiehy repealed. I \'ioilltingany of the provisions of intoxicating liquors, und other liquids personal/ I piopertyuscd ns ,iceptacles I purposes by a regularly ordained
The upparenl omission* of :Section a. Thisct shall take effect Suctions One or Two or Three of this defining such liquors and liquids in the manuf.ictro or a'oduction| minister or priest in charge as
winds. and inilrrn'nrieX of language immediately upon its passage ,j Act, Khnll on conviction be deemed enumerating the persons and, of same, ,and aU (ther P"41/11" property pastor of a Church in this State, 'or
appear in the enrolled, bills. and approval by tl\lGovel'nor. or upon I i guilty of u misdemeanor und, be punished places to which and in which such espidnlly! deigned. t.." facilitate any duly organized secret orgnnizati 'n
In WitnessVheuof, 1 hereunto netmy I its becoming u law without such up- : us is provided\ by general law. manufacture, trallic and keepingmay the''iollltlOn of tis Section, and usedin using wine for sacramental purposes
hand udi ullix the Great Seal of Pl'uval. Sec :2. That this Act shall become \\M carried on, and, relating the Mention i f this! Sution shallhe or by any other person over the age
the State of Florida, at TullahuKsee, I Passed by Legislature session 1917 I effective at the sumo time as docs ; to certain clubs und 1 forfeited seisd anti! -itroyeil. or of twenty one years and pursuant to,
the Capital. this the dav: of- und vetoed by the Governor. thp Act of winch this is anic ndatorY. I other places where such liquorsare sold in the manor provided in Sec- anti, in accordance with, the written
,fl. CLAY CIt\ VFORD[ Keconsiduied by :Special:; Session Approved December 7, 1)18.!) received for certain purposes; tions Fourteen ,and I-iftu-n, pf this and signed order of such minister or
(Sul) Secretary of State. 1018. relating to nuisances, and,) imposing Art lib the ,mme 'nay be applicable. I priest reciting that such sacramental

I Passed by (louse of Representatives C II A PTJo:r i77j'j'o.: ;'; ; 10)(J ). duties on certain oflicers und proscribing .SPC.: 5, Thnt nothing: ,Contained in wines are for the exclusive use of
CHATTER 770!! -( No. CI. over Governor's veto Nov. :27, AN ACT Divesting any Person Persons certain remedies" us is not this Ait "hall t. 'on.tt'l..cJ,. ( to make such minister or priest for
AN ACT for the Relief of .1. II. Patterson 1918.) !:! Firm or Corporation of Any in Conflict with this> Act Shall' Remain unlawful the mnuf.utun.' sale, bnr- sacramental purposes in his Church;
former County Commissioner i i Passed by Senate over Governor'sveto Property Right in Certain Intoxicating in Full Force and Effect t.J' or exchang':' or to .pause to be or wood alcohol, ethyl alcohol ,or.
of the Fifth County Commis' Nov. :li!II, 1U1H.HATTER Liquors Held in Custody of Throughout the State; and to Provide miinufiictuitd, ld> hart red or exchanged denatured alcohol; or for any
sioner's District of Duvul County j the Sheriffs, Deputy> Sheriffs and Penalties for the Violation of 01 to I m any isc concerned -
FloiIda.., for, loss of compensation'' (' 77ia! -( No.; 8.) Constables of this State, and Providing this. Act. in the mnmilcture' sale, barter or (Continued on Page 3)), I II
during his suspension from said of- AN ACT Regulating the Transportation for its! I destruction and Disposition
fice.! I of Intoxicating Liquors intoCounties i of Containers and for giving Be it : the Legislature of
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or Piecmcts, of this State I notice.! I, the Slate of Florula : I __ _n___ _______ I
Whereas, the Governor did, on the I \Vher0 the Sale of Intoxicating I Section 1. That it shall be unlaw-
24th day of August, A. D. 1:115.! sus- Liquors are Prohibited and Providing I He it Enacted hy the Legislature of I ful for any person, association of persoils. -
pend .1'. H. Patterson from the ollice Rules of Evidence and u Penaltyfor : the State of Florida' : or corporation, or any agent or
County Commissioner of tho 01'1 Violations of the Act. Section 1. That all intoxicating I employee of any person association .

Comnnssiomr's District of liquors, wines and beer held in custody of persons or corporation, to manufacture -
County; I'Iolul! and.' Whereas By! Section Z 5 of Chapter ,fl n t. the time _t\f. going into 1 effect of sell, barter or exchange, or
\Vhereas: ; I.rh .: Senate of tho Stateof KJJ;: Acts of Congress nppl'uvedIarch; I this Act, by the Sheriffs. Deputy bar-tered 1 ; [ I
Florida, on the :liHth day! of ;May .\. ;a.) 1U17 it is provided( that "Who I Sheriffs. or Constables of this State ''I or anywise .

I). 1017, refused: to advise and consent ever bhall order, purchase or cause! t vvhuh were seized ns! being in violation concerned in the manufacture. sale,
to Raid suspension, thereby reinstatingthe intoxicating liquors to be transported of the laws of this State, is hereby I barter or exchange, or to transport,
said! J. 11. Patterson in office for in inter-state commune, except for declared u nuisance to the public cause to be transported, or in anywise THE UNIVERSAL CAR
the remainder of his term of ollice; scientific, sacramental, medicinal and '' and divested of any property rights Ibe concerned in the trunsportuion from

und mechanical purposes, into any Stateor of any person, persons firms or cor- II any point in this State to any other .
Whereas, Upon the suspension of Territory! the laws of which :Stateor :; porations. point in this :State: or to any pointin .1 i

the said J. II. Patterson from office as Territory prohibit the manufactureor Sec. 2. That an invoice list or this State from any point without I le Ford one-ton motor truck which '
aforesaid the Governor appointed sale therein of intoxicating liquors schedule of all such liquors shall be the State whether in another State, (
lion 1) C. Brown to till said vacancy; for beverage purposes shall be punished 'advertised immediately in two successive Territory, possession of the United wcell without body for $550 f.o.b. De-

und, I ," etc.; und :: Issues of a weekly newspaper States or foreign country, any alcoholic -
Whereas the said D. C. Brown held Whereas The Constitution and I'' of the county wherein said liquors or intoxicating liquors or beveruges trc$ has proved during the past twoyes

said) ollice and received the salary Statutes of this State prohibit the I are held, or if there he no such news- whether spirituous, vinous
compensation and, emoluments thereoffor sale und manufacture of intoxicating (I'pnper, then by posting said list or 01' malt except aa is hereinafter pro. to be a most money-saving utility,
the remainder of the term i>f the liquors wines or beer in nil the coun schedule at the front door of tho vided. both in towns'and on the
Raid J, II. Patterson to the amount of ties of this :State:; except Ilillsborough, Court House of said County for n per Sec. 2. That it shall be unlawful
Eighteen Hundred Sixty-Seven Dollars :Monroe Pinellas and Escambia; and lOll of ten days, stating the name of for nny person association of persons, I f he farm because like the Fordoed

and Eighty Cents ($18i7.80)( ), ns therefore, the consignee if known and the or corporation, or any agent or employee -
more fully appears by the certilicute lie it Enacted; ' by the Legislature of qunntity of liquor as near as may be of any person association of { car it is surely reliable, easy

of the Clerk of the Circuit Court and the State ot Florida: I known, and the time nnd place where persons, or corporation, to sell dispense I to control and has very low
Ex-ollicio Clerk' of the Hoard of County Section 1. That from and after said I list or schedule will bo presentedto or give away to any person the
Commissioners. of Duvul County the passage and approval of this Act I the Circuit Judge, as hereafter stated extract, essence or tincture of Jamaica Ck cost for operation. Has the
Florida; and, I II '[ it shall be unlawful for uny pel'sulI.1 I! the cost of which notice shall be ginger; except as is hereinafter
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I Whereas, The Constitution of the persons, firm or corporation to order I II paid by the County Commissioners of provided.Sec. speed and flexibility to save

State of Florida provides that no reInstated I I purchase or cause any intoxicating the County in which advertisement is 3, That it shall be unlawful and the strength and durability to
officer shall suffer the loss of in Interstate i' ( 4,
liquors to he transported made, and within fifteen days after for any person, association of persons
t
the earnings of his office during the commerce, except for scientific, sacramental | this Act becomes a law be presented I: or corporation, or any agent or s!P money. We can supply you with
time of his suspension therefrom ; medicinal and mechanicalpurposes by the officers ployee of
named in Section 1 of any person, em-I
now therefore into any county or precinct this Act to the Judge of the Circuit I persons, or corporation, to have kind of body desired. Come in and
He it Knurled; by the Legislature of of this :State where the sale 01 intoxi-j' Court of the County wherein suchliquors his, her their or its, possession, custody ijk it
I
r the Stale of Florida: (eating liquors are prohibited under the arc so held whether in term I or control in this State any over.
Section 1. That the sum of Eighteen Constitution and Statutes of this
: time or vacation, and said Judge or coholic or intoxicating liquors or 111-1
Hundred. Sixty-seven Dollar and :State.:; I Judges" shall have authority to issue I erages, except as is hereinafter ,
L'ignty: Cents ($18(57.80): ( ) >e. and the :Sec. 2. That it bhall be unlawful nn order commanding, the Sheriffs or I vided. FORD GARAGE

same is hereby appropriated out of for any person, persons, firm or corporation Deputies or Constables having the I Sec. 4. That It shall be unlawfulfor I

allY moneys in the State Treasury to order. : purchase or cause ,I II slime in custody to pour out and destroy I any person, association of persons
not otherwise appropriated to bp paid 'I intoxicating liquors, wines or the same within not less than or corporation or any agent or employee |A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON Proprietors
to the said J. 11. Patterson for said] beers fur beverage PUI'poses.1(!
five from the of association of
I days signing and delivery any person
loss of compensation., I I I I to be transported from any i I' of said order and that the said persons, or corporation, to own, or to STARKE FLORIDADuringhe
Sec. 2. The Comptroller is hereby point in the :Mate:, by any common officers so destroying said liquors have in his, her their or its I L I I
authorized and required to draw his or other carrier into any county'''| shall make and file with the clerk of sion, or custody, or control, rosses-I
warrant on the Treasury for said l sum or precinct of this :State:; wherein the the Circuit Court a certificate containing State any still or distilling apparatus I i
of Eighteen Hundred Sixty-seven Dollars sale of intoxicating liquors are. pro-1 i :
a list or description of said I set up with intent to manufacture or -
and Eighty Cents ($1807.80)) in hibited by the Constitution and Statutes liquors no destroyed_ - i
favor of J. If. I'utterson, and the of this :State:; except as provided I Sec 3. The containers of such --- f .

Treasurer is hereby required to pay in this Act. I liquors shall be sold to the highest .
the same. Sec. 3. That it shall be unlawful''' bidder for cash the destructionof ,
Sec. 3. This Act shall take effect for any common or other carrier to said liquors upon und a certificateof

immediately upon its passage and approval transport any intoxicating liquors the sale thereof filed with the ,
by the Governor. I lover Railways Highways or Waters Clerk of the Circuit
I Court showing
Passed by the Legislature session of this State into any county or precinct the articles or containers so sold .
1917! and vetoed I by the Governor. in this :State:, where the sale ofintoxicating I and the amount received, and the proceeds .
Reconsidered by Special Session liquors' wine or beer are shall be turned into the fine
191M. i prohibited.. for any purpose except and forfeiture fund of the County for .
Passed by Senate over Governor'sveto as provided for by this Act. I which the Sheriff or other officer I I.
Nov 2(5(;, 1018. Sec. 4. That nothing in this Act selling shall so r
same take .
n receipt.Sec.
Passed by (House of Representatives shall make unlawful for !
it any person 4. This Act shall become effective f
Governor's veto Nov. 29 1018.! I
over i I to order purchase, transport or cause immediately upon its becoming
i intoxicating liquors for personal use a law J .
CHAPTER 7731-(No. (6)). i'as a beverage not exceeding one quart Approved
AN ACT for the relief of B. B. John- during any period of thirty consecutive I December 5, 1918.
son. County Judge of Hamilton to be ordered
days purchased or CHAPTER
7736-(No. 11)).
County, Florida for loss of fees
transported in interstate commerce or
AN ACT .
to :Make
Effective the Nine. .
luring his suspension from said of
fice. Intrastate commerce or otherwise bY" teenth Article of the Constitution of ,
any common or other carriers from this State
as Amended at the Gen
i any point without or within the :Stateto :; eral Election
Whereas, the 7th day of :March, Held November I Fifth,
on allY point within the :State.:, Nineteen
A l It. lU7.! said, B. B. Johnson County Sec. ,"). Upon the trial of any person and to Prohibit Hundred the and Manufacture Eighteen six months beginning I
Judge in und for Hamilton County, ,
under this Act it shall be prima
Florida, wns suspended, from the exercise facie evidence that intoxicating liquorswere Sale, Barter or: Exchange!: the and' ending Decem-
of the .duties. of said office; nnd, ordered procured transported Transportation this State, or t ,
from
Whereas, the said B. It. Johnson one Point to Another Point
was
or received in violation of this Act if
rn the :2Sth! day of :May ,\. 1 D, 1017.\ reinstated any waybill or records of shipments I I Within of Alcoholic the State or, and Other the Intoxicating Possession ber 31 si 1918, our deposits in- I
l in snit ollice, thereforelie -
or amount found in the possession of
it Knactcd: !hv Ihe Legislature of I Liquors or Beverages; to Prohibit -
any person, shows that he received ortransported I creased cent.
the :
Sale: Dispensing and Giving
the State of Florida: per
by and through the p
means I
Away of Jamaica \
u l.(,\lng-er., Except : -
section I. runt I the amount or (ev- stated in this! Act any amount over
Upon Certain Conditions,
enty-one Dollars and Nine Cents and above one quart of intoxicating Prohibit the ; *>
($71.flit! ) lie and the mime is. hereby nppioprmted liquors. for beverage purposes within Any Distilling Owning or Possessingof

out of any moneys In tho any Unity consecutive days; and the Up With Intent Manufacture: Apparatus Certain set
treasury not otherwise appropriated; Sheriffs Deputies and Constables. -
R to be paid to the soil B. D. Johnson. shall have authority to arrest with- Liquors of l Distilled: to Prohibit Spirits the"Mash: Production -, This If certainly a very pleasing

Sec 2. That the Comptroller is. out warrant and 1 seize nil liquors Wort
or Wash fit for Distillation.
hereby required' to draw his warrant found in this State where found in !Production of Certain Spirits; and or ,. endorsement; of our service i
for the said sum of Seventy-one dollars violation of this Act and the same to Prohibiting the Separating of ,
and I favor shall be disposed of us provided by ;
nine cents ( $ J.lHn in Alcoholic Spirits From Substance
of said B II. Johnson, nnd th,. Treasurer the laws of the :State.:, ; to Provide for the Any Forfei-
of the Stnte of Florida to pay thesame. :Sec:, 6. That any person violating ture, Destruction and Sale of Certain
the provisions, of :Sections:, one, two or -
Things
/ Used in the Violation
Sec 3. Thnt this Act shall take effect three of this Act shall be punished of this Act, or to Facilitate the I
upon its passage. and approval by by a fine of not less than one hundrednor violation of this Act: to Impose We \\ank you
tho without such mure than five hundred dollars
Governor, or approv Certain Powers: and Duties
Upon
nl. or not less than one nor more than Circuit Judges
State of Florida six months in the county, juil at hard Herks of Circuit County Courts Shenffsland Judges '
Hamilton labor, or both. I j
County. Their Deputies Constables and, '
I, it. .\. Geiger County Judge in Sec. 7. That if any Section or part Police Officers
nnd for snul County do hereby certify of section of this act shall be held. to be Attorneys Grand Juries!!!, State I!
County Solicitors and OF STARKETHE
that' I have received in fees ns County unconstitutional or invalid; that fact Other Prosecuting Attorneys ,Corn. BA K
Judge; in nnd for .said County since .hall not invalidate any other Sectionor missioned by the State I
a April :27! 11117. the sum of Seventyone portion of Section of this Act, but or Regularly I' OF HELPFUL SER VICE '
hmployed by Counties, and INK
the valid 1 to Provide -
Dollars amt :Nine Cents ($71.O': ). poitions ahull be enforced ( > -
"mPl( n* t"on for Certain
p. Witness my hand anti nll'irial 'seal without rvteience the part so held Snid Officers and ot'I
this th,, :2th!! day of :May. A. I). 1017.B. invalid.tier. the Attendance, of to Provide"' for I
A. GEIGER; : }'4. That this Act shall become Witnesses Upon
((8"111)!) County Judge. effective Five days I rt rt passage; ; of Any this Investigation Act to Provide of the Violation !
Passed by the Legislature. session and approval by the Governor. ; What Shall '
,
Constitute Prima Facie State of Florida County of
Evidence'In : DeposiW for
1917 and vetoed by the Governor. Approved December t, 1SHS.C11A Prosecution
Reconsidered by Special session Under This or other Proceedings Brad}\anJ Tou'n of Starve.I'em .
Act and to Pre \
t 1018. l'T K:K 77U-o.: ( 9,) scribe
'j Pnssed bv Senate over Governor's AN: ACT to amend :Section:; II of An and Evidence Certain Rules] of Pleading
'\ veto :Nov :2i!( 1018.f \ Act p.isHvd l lit the Special :Session:; of in Such Prosecutions'anti .
Paused by House. of Representatives the Legislature of this State, convened Duties proceedings; to Impose Certain '
.a ; over Governor's veto :Nov. :21)!! I\It 18. NovemberJoth.' :! A. 1). 1918' HIM. Assistants Upon the State Chemist and i
4 and unproved\ ( l UY the Governor. Dec! and to Prescribe the r.
,r 6 CHAt'TF.R 77TJ: :!-( No. 71.) 'mb.Ith.- A. U. 1111'I--! nn.l Entitled,: I sued Effect I by Such of Certain Certificates, Is-I'i
AN ACT to Prohibit Unlawful Carnal An Act regulating the transportation the Character Officers: to Prescribe (I
; Intercourse with an Unmarried Female of intoxicating liquors into Provisions of of Liquids within the
of Previous\ Chaste Character counties or precincts of this State Drunkenness This Act; to prohibit

1 ., Under the Age of Eighteen Years, whenthe side of intoxicating fir, Certain ; to Provide Immunity
r and to Provide Penalty for the liquors are prohibited and providing for Witnesses! ; to Provide
the
Punishment of !Such:'; Offense.. rule ..evidence, and a penalty for Transfer of Certain indictments -
He It Knurled: hv the Legislature of violations of the Act. cuit Court and Information from Cir ,
the State of Florida: Provide to Lower Courts; to
Section 1. That from and after He it r.nact.d' by the Legislature of for the Inspection by Offl-
the passage' and approval of this Act the Mate of Florida : "for"1'8 the tit the Records; of Carriers, and
male' person who has unlawful Section 1. That :Section:; fl of An I Production of Same Upon
\1' any carnal intercourse with any unmarriedfemale Act passed. at the Special Session of Investigation. ; or in any Court; to
'. person of previous chaste the Legislature of this State, con Shall that the Right of Property L-

character, who is at the time of such vened November :;5th. A. D. 191S, and or Liquids not( anti Certain in Certain\ Other Liquors prop- .1 =







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tt- -- 1____. _. - - '-=--- -- -q. -- -. .-.----- .r \ date)_--_________of.'.___--____A. D. '' him, or to fully and fairly answer any ) been used by such person in the violutiun rI CALOMEL DYNAMITESA
proper question put to him, shall upon of any of the of this (
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. ___________________M.D. conviction be deemed guilty of n misdemeanor I I Act and which may be found in his SLUGGISH LIVER

.anwwjnumttMmanuriuHiauvuwra......._*unin.__....._- Such prescription shall be filled onI I und punished ns is herein- I possession, custody or COll'"I. und i
ly upon the day issued, or upon the i after provided. i' to safely keep und preserve t\ same 'i Crashes Into S'ur Bile
5 bucceeding day and shall not be lilll'dmure I' Sec. 10. That indictments\ returned and have it forthcoming at any in making

; Live State News than once, nor shall any one I by the Grand Jury in any Circuit 'I'>tlJltlun. prosecution or other pro You Sick and You Lose
j person have more than one prescription Court und all informations' ,filed (" ',' ,,. I thc violation uf any of
d f Lmunran nw_.nmn. ni..n/ 1M ., ._ w.. ,nw. .. i tilled in any one day. Which .by a StatettOl'n'y in any Circuit the provisions of this Act, und for the a Day's Work.
; Told by Our Exchanges. prescription shall be safely preservedby Court, charging the violation of any I ....1111.(01 or sale of t tho same us ,sin I,
l such pharmacist for the period! of of the provisions' of this Act: herein i; t iS Section provided.' Upon the I'ulomel
sulivatesT
., one year, and such pharmacist: shall made II criminal offense, not within ;!, conviction of the I person arrested for 1 it's mercury.
- also keep and preserve permanent i I the jurisdiction of such Circuit Courtto I' the violation of any of the ,! Calomel acts like dynamite on a slugKish .
$4,1200 was received by :Manatee the sheriff: is said l to have come out record of all alcohol in the form of finally try und determine, und, nil I 1.1 t this Act .heroin 111<1c'l en 11'0",11'i 1| liver. When calomel conies into
7 county growers for three curs of celery winner. whiskey and brandy, 1'l'ceiv'dllnd possessed 'I other papers\, und documents properly! i lease, it "hul be the duty of tho Judge contact with sour bile it crashes into .
I an average of $:.O;; per crate : by him on which he shall note I connected with such u case, shall be by 1 of tho ( trying I lie caso, after ;i it, causing cramping and nausea
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1 Charging that the branch of Armour the date and quantity sold and dispensed -, the Clerk of said Circuit Court ,such: notice to the 1"'I'ROI, com il.t".1" i If you feel bilious, headachy, con-
Phosphate shipments ore expectedto &: Co. at Key West' has violated! to any person with the name promptly transmitted to tho proper I und any other Pl"UI whom the otiputed and all knocked) out, just go
be heavy as Boon as vessels can be rules of the food administration, the and address of such person; which ]j I Court of the County for trial and other | may bo of the opinion is entitled to to your druggist and got n fit 0 cent
obtained for handling the material. I Federal Food Administrator for Florida prescriptions and record shall be submitted ,) proceedings in conformity with the i I auoii notice, as the Judgo may .IN'1 bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis
I has suspended license under which by him for inspection and examination .: general law. And the trial I of such I reiisomililo) to issue to the Sheriff of harmless
Jake :Muck colored, was cut to death the firm has been operating. upon the demand of any !. lower Court shall bo on such indictments the County a written order, adjudging n vegetable substitute for
by Leroy Whidden, colored, at Crystal I :Sheriff' Deputy Sheriff, Prosecuting ,')' infornat ions, and if quashed I und d"I'11 such liquors" and propi ,i dangerous calome Take 1 spoonfulif
River Saturday. Both men used their Burglars broke,\ into the offices of Attorney, Constable or Police Oflicer. :I j I or held otherwise insutlicient it shall i oi'ty, fOI.t.'it'd. und directing I|I Ij if it stlrt your liver and 1
knives. I I the state road department) Tallahassee And, no such Physician shall prescribe j i be lawful for any Sheriff, I Deputy \j such Sheriff to such alcoholic straighten you up better and quicker
I 1 I
I Friday night, entered the safe and any such alcohol in the form of whiskey Sheriff \Prosecuting Attorney, Consta- I' or intoxicating liquors or beverages, titan nasty calomel and without mnkI -
I Eight automobiles were stolen in 1 I stole $1,500;; worth of Liberty Bonds or brandy for any person for oth- ,,,I bib or private citizen to make and i und I any other property especially do-1 I, log you sick, you just go buck and get
in Tampa within four days time. Fords andvar savings stamps. Four other er than medical purposes or in quantities -I|I subscribe to an affidavit of complaint [ signed to facilitate the violltOI of j I your money.
and Uuicks have the preference with offices in the city were" entered the exceeding eight ounces to any ngauist t tI..' accused. and I trial 1 and further lilly of I tin.1 provisions of thl't., and 'i If you take calomel today you'll besick
the crooks. same night. one person at any one time. And any ,',I proceedings thereon shall be in t<' sell I uiiy such property) not especial-i I II and nauseated tomorrow; besides
I I such pharmacist or physician who i j: accordance with i l the general: I law as if I ly designed t to facilitate I t the violation it salivate while if
The money on Hillbborough county's 1>1'. F. C. Thomson, a dentist, Saturday phall violate any of the provisions of I i I such prosecution' had originally been i ui' any $875,000.00 good roads bonds is now shot and killed his wife and the Act. including this Section shall I i I initiated in such lower court. And 1 no'i Sued d""II'IIOI I und sale shall I l h. in | you up
available and the work of building I then turned the gun on himself Inflicting on conviction be deemed guilty of u'''j''Sheriff Deputy :Sheriff:; Constable or I tho presrnco of I the clerk of the (I''uillOI.t I I great full of ambition and 1
roads will commence at once. probably fatal wounds. The I misdemeanor and be punished as' !s''1 I Prosecuting Attorney shall be requir- of" the County, and such ready for work or play. It'l harmless,
couple had been estranged about a I hereinafter provided and in addition j i i: ed to pay costs in any prosecution or tIIW/l. places, and I in such Illn..r as pleasant and 1 safe to give to children;
The demobilization of Camp John month and :Mrs. Thomson hud a suit he shall forever be disqualified to I other proceeding under nny of the pro- such Judge IIhll in his order direct. they like it. ((13-1H )
ston Jacksonville, is proceeding rap pending for divorce. practice his, profession in this State. I visions of this ,Act or to give bond I\|lit 1 blOt II bo duty of such .Sheriff to - -
I idly. Very few men are now left at j Sec. 6. That in any prosecution or for same, or to make: an insolvent all-) i| I inimodiiitoly con\t>rt into tho Fine und i drove's Taltol"ll chill TonicrustoreI
this one time crowded training point. Iliclieving I \During the past five years there other proceeding under any of the pro- davit and all costs accruing in any FO.r'itlll'(' Fund of tht County the sail
!I have been l>.:))71 marriage licenses issued visions of this Act it shall not 1 be> nee prosecution or other proceeding under 1 | CI'ol any such Hale And it vitality pm-rily by purifying suit ntlihlnil -
II'u"I'ld"
Minx)
the Yinican uanclluStr nilihrnlnil.
his tuxes were too high, a in Tampa and l.SOli divorces essary for the Stat or any officer in any of the provisions of this Act I], I )' u c\pivi.-ly declared t" be the InvUurailiirt KfTivt.: ,flOaI -
HilUborough' county tux!: payer sent i granted. Two out of every seven cou- pleading or by evidence, to negative shall be charged against the County intention of this 1'ctol that oil automobiles I'rk. .
the collector a check for his taxes and I i pies] married in Tumpa during the last the existence in point of fact any of I and paid out of the Fine and Forfeiture motor tl'ul'kll'IOIS, bug- I ---StomanhTroubh'"llt'fot'uu - --- --
across the face of the check ho wrote, I I live years have found their way the exceptions contained in Section Fund, thereof in the manner as S'ios bunts VHRlH, und other water I II
.'lIi hwuy Hobber '." to the divorce courts. 5 hereof hut the existence of nny such \i, costs are paid in criminal cases upon ,I ('I'nft.1 and "I I I Illhln\1 u \ t ravel lug '
I I exceptions in point of fact shall he I the conviction of nn insolvent person.!t through the lir i 111111 I I oilier menus of I used Ch/lmJ'rlin'l Tab-

\ Tons upon tons of fertilizer and car.* At the meeting; Saturday morningof defensive matter in nny such prosecution -I 1 I Sec. 11. That no person shall upon conveyance, il ,'jointul of Il'lt; I doctored' I great deal for stomach
load after carload of seed potatoes are the Duvnl board of county commissioners or other proceeding. And in nny any investigation( before, a, Grand any of the provisions of thig Act or to i
now arriving at Hastings and being the $110,000 bond of J. 'W. such prosecution or other j'i' Jury State Attorney, County Solici ''facilitate .lltll uf the ,proviMnns'of trouble and felt Jl'rv.11 and tired

i hauled] by the growers to their farm Kust as tax collector of Duval ('ollnt it shall not be necessary proc'ding'l' tor or other prosecuting attorney commissioned this .Act, ahull 1 bo, forfeited and disposed nil I I tho time.i Those tnhl..t helped mu !
for the planting season. ', was approved.' The approved bond or any officer to allege or prove the by the State, or regularly in the milliner .its .t.s provided '
I|I from the first Inside I of w.k'sIlnl'
J has been forwarded to Tallahassee for particular name, kind character or employed l hy a County for an allegedviolation I 1 this S'tJI. "I'I' Soot ion Fifteen uiiiJ\ u

I Prospects for crops in the vicinityof approval) by the comptroller contents of any alcoholic or other in- of any of the provisions of ,I hereof'" us thu sumo hiLly bo iipli-| I I I liiuul l i improved in every way,"
Palm liench are the best in many toxicnting liquors, or beverages, I this Act. or before any Court, upon the ('nble.I writes Mrs. L. A. Drinkard' Jefferson.
years. Just as the crop of beans from The ;Miami Land & Development) whether spirituous, vinous! or malt or trial of nny person, association of Sec. li'i. That I the right of property
the Everglades begins to lessen Del- Company, with lands at Florida City, other liquors or liquids< but it shall be persons or corporation, (charged with I in anil tn all II'uhol. or inloMcating City, Mo. -A,'. .

ray begins to loom up large. 1'is after enough seed sugar cane to sufficient to allege generally nnd teprove the violation of any of the provisions I I I liquors i 0 1' bc\ 1'11J'S. uhitliiT spintuous I i i ; -..v.iv.i .
'plant 5,000) acres; which means from that the lame I is alcoholic or intoxicating of this Act herein made \ criminal of-I: vinous nlllt, Illufll.tUI'd.
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The Sawyer-Godfrey Company of 20,000) ) to 2: .HOO) tons. This company liquors or beverages, orother fense, refuse to testify or give evidence. \I'sold, bartered, or e'chllgcd. (titus- i -
Moore \Haven are said to have 1000) 1 will refine the product and make sug- liquors or liquids within the or produce any document, record ( 1 I'I polled or possessed any' 'I'll'I, u"- I i I Iooiiitiun 1919AUTOTAX
acres of tomatoes. They have begun '1m' for commercial purposes. prohibitions of this Act. l, book, papers or any other i of persons, or cUI'I''I'IIol.l ,
shipping by the carload and expect to I Sec. 7. That nil drinks beverages I I sonal property)' of nnv kind i I or ''''Jpr'l: in violntiun of uny of I the ]'

soon be shipping by train load: I Charles Cnrr, a one-legged] sailor or alcoholic liquors, for beverage purposes tion upon the ground that by so doing )provisions o* this Act' ninl, all "xtl'I.t, !:,' NOW DUE
ho containing one-half of one percontum he may thereby convict himself ofcrime essence tincture of Jamaica I ginger' -
From Havana to Pensacola light in'' to wns Tampa making in the trip from, Savannah of alcohol or more by volume or give evidence against himself I s.ld. dispensed,I or l'i\'I'1 uwuy y, i in v 10- Tags Now .
sixty hours or thereabouts was the remarkable blown out to a after Ki-foot skiff, was nt sixty decrees I Fahrenheit ant nilintoxicating or expose himself to criminal I Iltiul uf any of tinprovisions. of tins Ready (or Shipment i
sailing feat of the American West last week sea and leaving Key liquors and beverages I prolH'utol. penalty or forfeiture, and I Act, fluid all other personal property, --
.ma"t schooner Laura A. Barnes, the( when rescued by whether spirituous vinous or malt, any pcrmm, who sli.ill so testify or give that I; may have boon, used by person The I Legislature changed th it rates I'
which reached Pensacola] pponge boat Ariel, was seriously hnll }be deemed held such any for ,registration' of motor vehicles for
Saturday ill and to be within I I"iderwl', or produce any such I unsiicmtum of 1 persons, or cor-
from ,
I I I and
in )
died few iltI9.!
exposure
a II \
,i hours. the prohibition of this Act And the document, record book or any porution in I tho violation any of t the
Orlando is making great preparations alcoholic contents of nny such drinks other personal' property Iap'r. kind I provisions of this Act II which may 'i Tax duo from persons in the Stnto I
fur its annual mid-winter fair, I I I beverages or alcoholic, liquors and, anvothpr !lor description, shall I not be prosecuted any' t I I have hc,'" used to facilitate I tho vii,- :!uit days : .
which will open on February 11. Displays Ciustive: : Massauer of_ New York hnsnerume liquors or liquids, may be proved i or held I liable I for a I"'nlllt0"I forfi'iture ) latiim of any of the nrovkioim of I thisAct. HATES ,
are already being collected in ) interested in souring and has prima facie in nny prosecution or other for or on account\ of iny'nlllt- arid all <'f I hl things mentioned; ;; :. Motorcycles 1 _ _. _ ___$ 2.0(
several counties which will exhibit. organized u five million dollar' corporation proceeding in any of the Courts of I ter or thing concerning in .Section Four of this Art\ I"lIn'automobiles Horsepower A. L. A. M. A. .
___ I to take over SoLving property and this State by the production and introduction so testify or give evidence, or pro motor \ ,
John, Bright, of Miami, will c>stabILsh develop that section. The new corporation in evidence of the certificateof I duce nny such document, record, book, buggies, boats, ,'(, trll'k"1111"- I Rating

a goat farm in the Everglades] on takes over the Sebring Development the State Chemist or nn Assistant paper or any other personal property I ti'r ,'I'lft.I and 11 machines t ntwr Antonio. iles, 22 h. p. or I loss __ 5.00
a large scale.] lie purchased a number Company a million dollar Ptntc Chemist, verified by signature of any kind or description, ,iind thu I through the air, und 11 I (I t he tl'IVIIII i IH'II" Antonio .ies t[ over i \22 to 27 h. p. $.tt)
of Angora goats and some three concern.Nearly and oath before some! person authorized same shall not be given in evidence or I of elu\'e'II'e. usod Il the ,'i..latlol Autumn uttj h's, over i 27 to .'15 h. i 12.00
hundred :Spanish' milk goats in Texas. I j I by the laws of this State to administer used against such person in anywiseor ''of any of the provisions of this Act AltollUloll' over a h. I'- p._ 15.00)() i'
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$:JOO in city fund were stolen I nn oath reciting thnt upon analysis in any manner i in any or to facilitate, the violation of any of A uttutotuth's sealing(';10) or more 100.00) ) )
Florida's banking deposits have increased from the vault in the olllce of Pen- in the State Chemist's office, or or other proceeding in Iny I'1'OS"ltul I the prnM-.ions .I (Ills Act 11 hereby ; !I TI'U..s.) not over 1 ton __ _. . 10.00)
203: per cent within the past saculu's City Clerk Saturday by un laboratory, of n sample of such drinks i' Courts of this State or otherwise; dci'lnrc'd I not e.:I,,t I in nny I person. Trucks, over 1 ton, not over 2

five years. It has two hundred and' known parties. No clue has been dis beverages or alcoholic liquors, or other Provided that nothing in this Section association' I of persons. or ,corporation, t tons _ -___.______ .__ ____ 25.00
rive banking institutions under state covered. The vault was entered by liquors or liquids a stated amount r contained shall protect any person i un. tho same shall bu forfeited. That TI'lds. 2 not overI!

control and fifty-four national banks. someone having a key to the safe and of alcohol wn found therein contained. against prosecution for perjury or I I bu theduty of lli< wevvrnl tons .UV'I. ____tUIl_ _ __ ._ 50.00) i
-- I the burglary happened while the clerk Such verified certificate shall bo false swearing. Sheriffs Sheriff '
Deputies ,
I I Con.tllle' TI'u'kso'r, I tons __ __ __ ) )
On account of his high price for was at dinner. prima fade evidence in any of the I I Sec. 12. That upon the request of and pulcl officers of ) ____________..._.__ II.oOII'nll'n ) ) f
saving the Tampa people from perdition -' Courts of this State of the truth of its any hl'iY, Deputy Sheriff, State Attorney to > sully and ull such things, und .Chauffeurs ___ M
a number of ministers and lead- Florida's new prohibition law provides recital) Except In the trial of perSons I County Solicitor, or other I the slime shall l". (fiufely kept by theSt&'u'itr Hearse.!, casket hUUhU.and. :
ing citizens of thit have decidednot charged with crime. And the prosecuting wngont
city
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( severe penalties for drunkenness attorney commissioned by of tho County until (disposed' nrnliUlonces
to invite Billy Sunday to hold a'I' The sample analyzed may be !identified, by1 I the State, or 'I, operlte,1 by un.
first offense regularly is this '
is classed as a misdemeanor I employed by a 01 ns I in t Section pI'o..i.I l.'uh. That dertiikor _ ___._ _ .._. lO.Oi
the [ )
revival. of "
testimony Sheriff County
and the penalty a $300; ) fine sworn any or /, or any police officer of any shall be thu duty of the Sheriff' of law I
I or six months in Prosecuting'! Attorney that he personally or constable it I the 'll requires) an 11'lllicntiunMwurR
jail. The second jag nUlnil'ipnlty. Ihal be County, within ten days lifter the to for each
County Judge Kelsey Itlanton and i is classed ns a felony and the penalty ,delivered to the State Chemist, or any common or I I receipt of any such: things, to make ,\ mnrhine I registered.
Sheriff John Logan had a t fistic battle i is a fine up to a.ooo:{ <> with a prison I Rent to the State Chemist by common I| other carrier doing business in this arid sulmcribu to un affidavit in I lo(questions should he fully answered
in the courthouse at liartow last week. sentence of three years or both if the carrier such Sample for analysis, nnd State to submit to examination and in 1 before (' officer authorized wl'itilJ "''I'e rurr"MIIld"lc'r"llll
The round was short hut furious and 1 1s judge sees fit. I that it was personally taken hv him spection jtll I I reconl I.*.. .l.n.iLu. .... .....I. ....,.,."..d',- to administer SOl an oath rccitim? such ('hc''k.", delay delivery.Illanks lie had.
'rom the reeentnclt contnininor! drinks. j I Ior of such carrier, showing the .delivery I sl.izu\, with the .Iite. 1,11-',:" Tax Collectors may from farnlr"I,
I I beverages nlcoholic liquors. or other in this State of alcoholic or intoxicnti \ tlij ogs s'ixu'ul. lnt Sheriffs, (' ( -

I. ;. .\ a.I .I. I>. .\\ or i' A)1lI.tI torney to transport, cause to be transported I liouors or liquids, introduced in evi- 1 i ing liquors or beverage, whether spir-- I full dt'ieription; tlrcff 11'111,I timid 1'I"uul"I the cuit Court, or by applying to
!, or be concerned( in the transported den! <>e in such prosecution or other proceeding. I ituous, vinous or malt alcohol, nnd of the alc.g11 Inl person 11IIe I ERNEST AMOS
( Continued From Page 2))I.pharamdst. I. of, or for any common carrier I The mode of proof herein sncrnmental wines. And, upon service "hose iu' ist'ssiuti sit tue were taken rl'OI, if ,
to transport to the !State Chemist, nrovided shall be considered! cumulative of subpoena out of any Court, it shall cither. or both 1) known to such :';h'r11. Comptroller, Tallahassee, Fla.
regularly admitted and from, such Sheriff or prosecuting attorney and not exclusive and nil fiictsnecessiirv lie the duty of the p..I'Mn having the :! unit within, ten days after the reI : .- ---- -- .-.- -
licensed to practice his profession in any alcoholic or intoxicating I to sustain nny prosecutionT custody of such record., books, '! and I|eeipt of such things 'hy the Sheriff, PHKVK.NT; llG J CIIOI.KU( V
this State by the State Board of liquors or beverages whether spirituous other pr''''endintr' may he established I p/p'rl. to produce the same in any in- such Sheriff shall I I 'present" such it flu'lit. The Lu. A. Thomas Hog Powder
Pharmacy of this :State to sell, \inou9 or malt or any other in iinv other mod provided bv law. vestigation or trial for t the violation of viI to the Judge of the Circuit Court !n
dispense or give away to any person drinks, beverages or liquors, for the I I It shall! be unlawful for the State i nny of the provisions of this Act. And of the County Vher.such things a record of !115 1"1 cent curt of I Hog
the extract essence or tincture of purpose of analysis l hy such State Chemist to refuse! to make such anal any cnr1'r. or agent, or employee H'i''t. und luch C Circuit i i t Judge W"I'I Cholera. I If you feed your hogs in
Jamaica giner. when prescribed' in Chemist for ysis or to furnish such certificate I shall Ihll diiecled
or the State Chemist to wilfully violate any that !such} Sheriff" slmll you need never fear hog
writing by a physician duly admittedand transport, cause to be I p w hen requested hy any sheriff' fir prosDenting of the provisions of this Section notice" 111'0
transported or or Wl'itf'1 upo""h owner undperson I'hiutI/"'ni other hog diseuno.I
i Andthe
licensed to practice his to be in anywise concerned in the I attorney.) I i I who wilfully! obstructs or impedes! fl'OI whose jeusseelon such ,, 1r any
profession in this \ Sec. R. That it shall be unlawful such officer Inv I t directions urv simpln just
State very '
State
by a transportation of, or for any common or prosecuting! attorney, things were taken) j if known and if
Hoard of Medical Examiners; or bona carrier to transport, to any sheriff or \ for any person to become 01 i lie drunk I? or wilfully I I ('In""III. from any such' of- hI' or they I bo within the County of about what you nru doing, plus I few
fide flavoring extracts soda water prosecuting attorney, any such or intoxicated.See. I'I fleer or prosecuting attorney such the time and place of the tents worth of 11. A. Thomas':
flavors perfumes, toilet preparations, { ,quids after such !9. That the several State At. d"li'| ry or wilfully any Hitch t"'lriJI log
analysis ur to ) Ii-// destroys any "''Jh upon' ullldnvit, which il I Powder in the feed twice week.
patent and proprietary medicines i the same for such purpose. tnrneys. County Solicitors, and l nil other records, books or JIlprll. with intent term time or in vocation and mny at I
tiny '
when manufactured and sold in1 And nothing contained in this Act prosecuting attorneys commissioned to O".tl"lt or I iIJ".t,. any such' (officer pluce within the Judicial, Circuit m I I'sunlly, t bough Cholera gets In bo-
accordance with the Pue Food Lawsof i I by the State, or regularly employed or prosecuting fore we know it. Then it
shall be construed to make it unlawful I attorney, shall upon ItO Circuit I I .1' Ut hj.r. fix, which, notic" I'e'ul'el
the State of Florida nnd the Pure > bv n County, when the Court to conviction I be i I shall 11) close ,
for any pharmacist, regularly deemed guilty of II rnisdeniclinor. ;- be l>y the i ireuitJudire. attention to ouch hog--each hog
Food Laws of the United States. andregu&auuns ted AHil liemiMOfl .... admitj.. I j Uhieh thaw tnnv I.a nttn/ml" i iu t.. irncntiun nml rjni.h..I, __ l .i.. V.... .. i ._ i snub
-- frt.- fl-n.pi.. -.-i.-- kin..... v**..n-a'aa |I in rm.H ;; ; ; n - I. .. dtll i nvrson' orpersons must I be, tIi'.u'l-ii nd if you will dune
I" after
or t are authorized :
iHwiuny prescribed ion in this State by the State Boardof hereby prnvi.I t is i i un l sh'iw i'au",',
them
I pursuant to such laws of the State Pharmacy, and regularly and empowered to file with the See. : the issuance, to, nr if any why rl''I"luth things. should not t as Ilirl'.t'I, you wi save better
and United States provided that it in the practice of his profession engaged in this 'I..rk. or Judge of such Court if there possession of, by any person, IsMn'I'I- bo adjudged! i f"'f.i,1 and disposed I than (Hi' ,per, cent I I you ","'t, tho It.
shall be unlawful for any person, State, to transport, or cause to be e no Clerk, a written request' for the t 1'.n of persons. or ('ol'I"'ltion. i in thin of as in this provided. A. Th.",-.' nl''WI'1, costs you nothimr. -
iUHnce Jut
association of persons or corporation transported to his regular place of of subpoena for the nttendrmee Stnte, of any license or stamp issued if such Sheriff shnll recite in his i \ not mine, distant maniifac-
or the agent or employee of any business, and there of any nerson at any place in the bv the Collector of Int.rnul IJevemi" davit tlmt such things were not \
,
to possess, sell 1 county .r tnk"1 \Hii'i i I' i\ \ '"'"'I I back.M .
in which th. money
such '
association haveI United 1
of State- .
person i .
person ,
persons. or nnd! dispense, exclusively for may t uRis ii" ('- from the possession of any ,
medical ; person
Vs bona (Mo residence, the time '|t"re(' snle : i I; Jone I, Adv
corporation to sell such and or of alcoholic
any extracts purposes alcohol] in the form of whis. I or I ii tuix lea ting association' of persons, ur corporitimi.or I " /
flavor's perfumes toilet preparations ) place to b'1' fired in such written) re- i: liquors or beverages shall that the
key or brandy, which may be sold and in any nwrier is (unknown, i ir th it
or indiejnes., for beverage purposes( dispensed, by such pharmacist only in niiest, and it shall be the duty of such I prosecution or other proceeding in either of such persons nre without'
in the guiof such cxtrnats, flavors! ilunntitioH not exceeding eight Cleric or the Judge, if there he no any of the Courts of this State for the 'J'the I County, toneenls himself or I tin I 'tist'Iiu's
toilet ounces ,, Clerk to promptly I issue such violation of I 1
perfumes, stibpoe- of the
preparation-- that
to provisions of or af
any one person at any ono time and I Inv personal tory'uit'hi "
medicine's.: And nothing containedin only upon the written and signed | "". nnd the Sheriff or his deputy to I' Sections One, Three and Four of this notice cunnot t. by i '"
this Act "hall be construed to make of a physician regularly proseription nd-, i!: nrnmptly execute th" same in the ,Act be deemed and considered prima Sheriff for good ('mal., the (',
it unlawful! for any person over the mitted and licensed to practice his ]i, manner }provided by general !aw. And ,: facie evidence of such viola Lion. And'' ctiit Judge lay shall by written onb-r di,1

age of twenty one years to possess profession in this State by Board of such State Attorney County Solicitoror n. ('fl'titcat. under the signature(' of the \.t that, in lieu of personal notni ,
have in custody or control] in IIurhper"on' Medical Examiner, who before a writ I, other prosecuting attorney, is here '| ( Internal Revenue of I the i of such hl'urinl to any such' \\n ,r ,
bona fide! residence for the ing, uch prescription shall have either I by authorized and! empowered to administer i j'I United States rf'ltlnl that the record that ('(' of such( hi .I'
personal? use of himself or herself! nnd .1 professonnl knowledge of the to any person the oath usually I: of his nf(. the issuance of ,, ing shnll!1 f li': posted nt th
!
case. .
administered to witnesses, and ,: 'u'h' Ii.... .,. ,., .
be or nf
family, and not to disposed to or shall make an actual examination In1 ro'v"P u.. .n ouniy court iiou.se 'I"or. inn '. "
any other person in any way. not exceeding of the person for whom the prescription to require such person to make a full any person 1 I' ii.n.; r.persons: or toI persons interested' il'h,\
I four of distilled alcoholic anti fair disclosure of all farts withIn corporation, shall ,
quarts is issued. sail] pl''scriptionhall be I such prosecu things, and giving notice of 'h '
or intoxicating liquors or bevernoes -] d'lted and shall be in substance the his knowledge touching the viola tion or proceeding 'be pl'lmn.fu"io evi seizure, and of the ilute and p'i' '
and twenty quart of malt or following form : tion of any of tho provisions of this dence I of the truth of such recitals. j thereof and reasonable '"it
fermented alcoholic or intoxicating liquors I State: of Florida, .\ct.n,1 such State Attorney. County And the possession by any person, associntion I of the things 1 geized 'nnd .IPMIIII't

I or beverages, either or both but ,ICtfunty of______________ __ Solicitor, or other prosecuting attorney. of persons or corporation. In and place of' the hcnri'ig upon ,ITHh
this shall not be construed to permit I 1.----------8 regularly' is hereby authorized and empowered this State, of nny quantity of what ,N at.lnvit. which notice shall \\a stn: I.I,
any such person to possess have in'' licenced" and 1 practicing physician! to file in the court to which commonly called rum or moonshine II- Circuit Judge. And if nt! .hE
custody or control more than the i 1 under th> laws of said State do hereby he may be attached, in vacation or in quor shall in any of the courts of this''I time and I'lncc provided for the h<".n- The Strong Withstand tho \\'Intcl
maximum quantity of the particular: certify that I have either profes- ,term informations against persons State, in any prosecution or other pro- I i ill i (' upon sueh affidavit no personI ,< '.' Cold better Than thu
class of liquors herein mentioned.. And, !| atonal knowledge! of the case a or that 'hnrginir the violation of any of the ceerling for the violation of any of the appear no personal property of :any kind or ; I have examined----------------, pruvisions of this Act herein made a j iro\ ision.1:, of Sections One Three nnd | the affidavit of the ShnM\ to fight Colds Grip and Influenza.!
Hc-ei-iption usrrl in, or t. facilitate. : in my charge whose address patient is- a'crimInal' offense an far ns may be ron- Four of this Art he deemed) prima i shall stand ns confessed anti, taki When your Mood I I not In a healthy
thi violation of any of the provision ----- ., and 1,10 tent with the Constitution of this faci.et'icjnnce of the violation of any | as true, and the recitals thpl'.t containcd condition and does circulate!
-- --- -- - hereby rrnpr1v.
of -h' 's Act shall!! he forfi it"d as is in prescribe for use -of said patient _ ', State; . and to cause to .be issued by the 'If such provision, of such SI'tfn of shall not theruafter: he open your system 1 uimLlu to
this Act provided. when It shall he I I: --- ---. And I further certify that I''th.proper. officer warrants of arrest of this Act. I t'. question in any other (Court or Winter cold. <

made to appear that tie bona fide, the use of such____________ __Is necessary person the accused in accordancewith .Sec. 11. That upon the arrest of i pl''I'f'linl. und the Circuit Judge OW\ TASTELESS CIJI TONIC
owner <>.f such personal property was to alleviate or cure the illness general law and it ,shall be I nny person charged with the violation I I make an order in System Cold.Crip'
not -lO-rned, in such violation as or disease of which said patient i it suf the duty of such officer to Issue ,such I' of any of the provisions of thin Act, | writing di.ctlns the destruction of Furtfle" by and Enriching
principal! In the flrst or second, degree, fering. warrant of arrest. And any person ithall be the duty of the arrestlnl such thln sale thereof, by the the Wood. l'uilylnl
) before or after the fact. regularly! served with subpoena who i.mVer to take into his Sheriff in the
or ncct'-'ry I hereby same manner ami upon :I the well-known tonic >
certify that the last conain
And nothing contained in this Act scription given by pre I fails to attend as therein directed or coholic or Intnxicatnl liquors nr ITernores. the same terms and ponditlon. at 1 Id i! I juinlno and Iron in rrop
me to the ,
hall be construed to make it unlawful herein named person attending, refuse to be sworn an a and thing* mentioned provided in Section Fourteen acceptable to the must delicate: somach.I
prescribing the use of witness or to testify. or give evidenceor in Section Four of
1 for any_Sheriff,! _or. _prosecuting at- --.................was on the (Give answer this Act, and all I hfreof.j 1'I and I U pleasant to take. You en n 80n
any proper question put to other that I
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ItRADFOItl' '') COUNTY TKLKfJKAril.! ST,'""''. I'LOKIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 10, 1919.

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__ LAWS OF FLORIDA ember 1th, A. D. 1918, and Keep Certain Records; to Provide bevciuges, vvhetur spmtuuus, vin- be transported or to be in anywise,
GENERAL ( entitled An Act regulating the transportation for the Return of Unearned License! .ous or malt; to piducc distilled alcuholic concerned in the transportation, from
I of intoxicating liquors into Tuxes to Persons Rightfully Entitled ] spirits/ ; to low for or maiN mash, any point in this State to any other J

.- --J counties or precincts of this State l Thereto, and to Make Appro wort or wash, fit f insulation or point in this State, or to any point ,n
S'rATJtW: .FLOItll'V.Ilce inti'i'course" under the age of eighteen where the sale of intoxicating liquors priation Therefor; to Provide for for the production alcohol a spirits; this State from any point without too
>/ of Secretory of State, s*. : !' yr'III' shall be. punished by ;imprisonment ; are prohibited and providing rules' the Suspension of Certain Olllcers> or by any proces to sepuute' alcoholic State whether in another State, Terri-
I, II. (flay ( '1'llwf'lIrd. S. retaey of in the State penitentiary nut of evidence und u penalty for violn- for =Neglect" of Duty in the Enforcement spinl4from ny fcrnuated substance tory, posession of the United State,
State (if the SI.illf' "Klondii, clci hereby ,' more tliun ton yearn, or by fine not lions of the .Act be and the same is of this Act; to Provide ; except as iereinaft'r: ., provided. or foreign country, or to possess, own,
certify Unit the/ Acts mill l Resolutions exceeding Two ThouMiiul Dollar I hereby! amended to read as follows: that so :Much of Chapter 7J83: : Lawsof And any sue still ,? distilling or use exclusively for the purpose in
contained in this) volume. have Set; 'I ton) J. All laws or parts of Sec. (>. That any person, association Florida, Approved April :! Ith, uppnrutuulconuc 01 oxidating: this Section mentioned, alcohol for
been "IIIIII'Il""d) | | with) the original I Enrolled laws in conflict with the provisions of persons, or corporation or any 1917! "Relating to the manufacture, liquors or bevcrai-B/ di+>unl' (| spirits, medical, scientific or mechanized
Ails on file in thu) ofllce, and I of 1 fins Act me hereby, repenli I officer, agent or employe thereof possession and trullic in alcoholic or mash, Wl'.t'', or wa I, tog(:\thf with all purposes, or wine for sacramental
that thc same urn cm'rot and tniocopies. Hereby repealed j violating uny of the provisions of intoxicating liquors! and other liquids per-"oual property-used! n,,s : Iceptacles purposes by a regularly ordained
) The upputc'iit omissions) of :Section :!. This Act shall take effect Sections One or Two or Three of this defining such liquors and liquids in the nianufuctro OJ', /0juction) minister or priest in charge as
words'' und l inaccuracies of, language immediately upon its passage i i Act, shall on (conviction be deemed enumerating the persons and 1 of sumo, +and! all thor pi"i',' '11111, ) prop.erty pastor of a Church in this State, or
appear in the enrolled 1 hills I i and approval, by the.Govel'nor, or upon I guilty of a misdemeanor und bo punished places to which and in which such especially cuigncd t 1'1 I'facilitate any duly organized: secret organizationusing
In WitiicsHVhortof, : I hereunto set i I ilH becoming u law without such as is providfd by general law. manufacture trallic and keeping the''iolllt"'" of tis! Sertionand, *, used wine for sacramental purposes,
my han.j uiul ulHx the U rut Scul I of I piuvul. See 2: That this Act shall become may !IIC carried on, and relating in the violation .1 f I this ti,., tion, shall or by any other person over the age
the Suite of Honda, lit Tallahassee', Passed by Legislature session 111"// effective nt the sumo time Qs does to certain clubs and/ beforfeited, I, stir',1 und. < strayed, or of twenty one years and pursuant to,
the Capitol thiN the -- day of- and vetoed I by the Governor the Act of which this is nmendutory. other places where such liquors' sold in the manor pn>\'i'|lsd ,in Sections and in accordance with, the written
II 11. CLAY CRAWFORD KecoiiHttlured by Special Approved, December 7, 1918. are received for certain purposes; Fourteen ,ml lift..n, pf this.pct and signed order' of such minister or
(Sell)) Secretory of State. 1918. I I1'usst'd I relating to nuisances, and imposing as the same 'nn\ I/!, :,";,piK.nic.| priest reciting that such sacramentalwines
I by House of J Representatives ( CHAPTER 77Uii: -(No. 10), duties on certain officers and piv- Sic:> .">. That.. lothnijr, "mtumed in lire for the exclusive use of
CIMI'TEU/ 77O-Nu.:! ( 5)). ) over Governor's veto Nov. 27, '!'AN ACT scribing t I . I
1 I JivestinIIny/ Person, Persons certain remedies" as is not the A.thall const' d to make I such minister or priest for
AN ACT for the Relief of .f. II. Patterson Hit H. Firm or Corporation of Any in Conflict with this. Act Shall I Remain unlawful, the' mnufutm/, sale. burt sacramental purposes in his Church;
former County/ Commission- I I Passed I by Senate over Governor'sJ ; Property Right in Certain Intoxicating ) in Full Force and Effect 'i' 01'" esihanu': /: 01 to ,rasa to be or wood l alcohol, ethyl alcohol or
er of the Fifth County: Commissioner's I J Nov. 2I! 1918.! Liquors Held in Custody of Throughout the State; und to Provide ( ntulwfurturt: ,'I, rid/ 1. bar- "rod or exchnngeil. denatured alcohol; or for anyContinued
District of Duviil County, the Sheriffs Deputy Sheriffs and ; Penalties for the Violation of or to I In unv'\\ I iso, concerned -
Florida, for Ions of compentmtion CHAPTER 77:13-No:!:i ( 8.) Constables of this State, and Pro' thisct.. in the manulcture *,Je! barter or ( on Page 3)).
during his suspension from said of1'ce. AN ACT) Regulating the Transportation \iding for its Destruction and Disposition -

]I' of Intoxicating Liquors into of Containers, and for lie it Enacted by the Legislature of -
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Counties or Piecmcts' of this State "ing/ notIce A'iV-1 I I the Mute of loricla, :
Whereas, the Governor ,did, on the r Where the Salt of Intoxicating Section 1. That it shall be unlaw-
24lh day of August, A. I P. l!,13: suspend ; Liquors' are Prohibited, and Providing lie! it L'narted by the Legislature of ful for nny person; association of persons -
J. JI. I'littorson from tho office Rules: of l vidl.l1t.o nnd a Penaltyfor the State of Florida : or or any agent oremployee
.
County 'oinmiHMoiHT of the Of/ Violations of the Act. Section 1. That all intoxicating cOlforution. associationof -' '

Commissioner's, I District of / liquors, wines and beer' held J in- County Florida; nnd.Wlierens Whereas. Iv! Section u of Chapter III the time Iff. gain g into "nffn-.. .-". n,f rUclUrsdl, barter or pxchnntrR-
The Scout(> of the :State 1UJ'; Act.s' of Congress approved 1 March" [I this Act l hy the Sheriffs I Deputy cause to be 'manufactured,-;sold;;; ; burteied -
of Florida, 'DII the :Uhth day of May, .\. .(I. lil" it i is provided 1 that "Who j Sheriffs or Constables of this Slate, I[ or exchanged, or in anywise, be
D. JDJ7: refused to advise and consent ever shall] order, purchase or cause [ hrh) were seized: as being in viola- ''I concerned in the manufacture: ,
to Mud IHI, I"'lIaiou, thereby instating Intoxicating liquors, to be transported 1 'tion of the laws of this State, is hereby I barter or exchange, or to sale'l(
the said J. n. Patterson in Mice for in inter-state commerce, except fer declared a nuisance to the public I cause to be transported, or in anywise ,i TilE UNIVERSAL CAR
the ic'inuimler of bill term of ollice; scientific, sacramental, medicinal and ''nnd divested of nny property rightsof be concerned in the trnnsportnion) from |

and, mechanical purposes, into any State any person, persons' firms or cor- any point in this State to any other I I ,
Whereas, Upon the suspension of or Territory the laws of which Stateor porations. point in this State or to point !
any
the sail, J. JI. 1'atterson from office as Territory prohibit the manufacture Sec 2. That nn invoice list or '''an this State from any point without I II I
aforesaid the Governor appointed or sale therein, of intoxicating liquors schedule of nil such liquors shall be ''the :State:; whether in another State I| le Ford one-ton motor truck which

lion I 11. C. Brown to fill said vacancy ; for beverage" purposes shall be punished advertised immediately in two successive Territory, possession of the United weell without body for $550 f.o.b. De-
und i 1, ftc.; and issues of weekly States, or foreign country, alcoholic
newspaper
Whereas, the said 1) C. Brown held hervas.. The Constitution and I of the county wherein said liquors or intoxicating liquors any or beverages trc,1' has proved during the past two
said, ollice und received the salary, Statutes of this State prohibit the I are held''', or if there bo no such newspaper whether spirituous vinous
compensation and emoluments thereoffor Kale und manufacture of intoxicating ,i then by posting said list or or malt, except as is hereinafter pro YC's to be a most money-saving utility,
the remainder, of the term of the |I liquors, wines or beer in all the counties i I schedule at the front door of the vided., I both in towns'and the
said J. 11. I'atterson to the mount of of this State except llillsborough, '(', Court (House of said County for a per I Sec. 2. That it shall be unlawful on

Eighteen Hundred, Sixty-Seven Dollars :Monroe pine-Has and E-scambia:: ; iod of ten days, stating/ the name of for any person, association of persons, rhe farm, because like the Ford
und Eighty Cents (tlHfi7.HOI), ns the ref 01'1'. the consignee if known and the or corporation, or agent or
and'j' any employee -
more fully appears by the certificate Itv it K;n,acted by the ,' quantity of liquor as near as may be of any person, association of car it is surely reliable, easy
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court and the State of Florida: known and the time and fiord
where ,
place persons or corporation, to sell, dispense to control and has low
Ex-ollicio Clerk of the Hoard of Coun- Section 1. That from and after said, list or schedule will be presentedto or give away to tiny theextrat't. very
ty Commissioners of Duval County, I the passage' and approval of this Act ]'I I the Circuit Judge as hereafter stated essence or tincture person of Jamaica UCk cost for operation. Has the
Florida, ; and it shall be unlawful for any person, the cost of which notice shall be'', ginger, except as is hereinafter
Whereas, The Constitution of the persona, firm or corporation to order', I paid by the County Commissioners of provided. speed and flexibility to saved
State of Florida provides that no reInstated purchase or cause any intoxicating the County in which advertisement is :Sec.:; 'i. That it shall be unlawful
officer shall suffer the loss of liquors to be transported in inter3tatecommerce 'i; made, and! within fifteen days after for any person, association of persons, I and the strength and durability to
the earnings of his otllcc during the except for scientific, sairumentnl '
this Act becomes a law be presented or corporation, or We with
any agent or employee s money. can supply you
time of his therefrom medicinal and mechanicalpurposes
suspension ; ,
the
by officers named in Section 1 of ; of any person association of
now therefore, into any county or precinct this Act to the Judge of the Circuit I persons, or corporation, to hove in ajr kind of body desired. Come in and
Ik )it Enacted hv (the Legislature of uf this: State where the sale ofintoxieating i 'ourt of the his her
County wherein such their, or its, possession, custody
the Mute ol Florida : 1 under the ', l Uk it over.
liquors are prohibited liquors I
are so held whether in term or control, in this State, any alcoholic
Section 1. That the sum of Eighteen Constitution and Statutes of this
time
vacation, and said, Judge or or intoxicating liquors or beverages -1
Hundred! Sixty-seven Dollars and I ISec.
tate. Judges shall I I
have
authority to issue except as is hereinafter
Eighty) Cents ($1W7.80)(! ) be, and the :2.! That it I shall be unlawful I nn order commanding the Sheriffs or I viiled. ,; FORD GARAGE

same is hereby appropriated) out of for any person, persons, firm or cor- Deputies or Constables having the Sec 4. That it shall be unlawfulfor I

any moneys in the Slate Treasury porution ,to order: purchase or cause ;ImtoxclltJng same in custody to pour out and destroy any person, association of persons,
not otherwise appropriated to l>e paid liquors! wines or the within less A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON
'' same not than or corporation, or any agent or employee | Proprietors
to the said J. II. Patterson for said beers for beverage pu.'pose".1to ) five '
I' days from the signing and de. of any person, association of
loss of compensation. be transported from any I livery of said order, and that the said persons or corporation, to own, or to I STARKE, FLORIDA
:Sec:; 2. The Comptroller la hereby point' in the Mate by any common officers
so destroying said liquors have in his, her, their its
or I I
possession
authorized to draw his
and required into IL1
or other carrier any county' shall make and file with the clerk of or custody or control, in this .
warrant the Treasury' for said sum wherein the
on or precinct of this State the Circuit Court certificate containing State, any still or distilling apparatusset
of Eighteen Hundred Sixty-seven Dol- sale of intoxicating liquors are pro-1
a list or description of said up with intent to manufacture '
or
lars and Eightr.Cents ($1807.80)) in hibited by the Constitution and Statutes '' liquors so destroyed. -"- '---- -
favor of I and tho of this State, except as provided 1; Sec. 3. The containers of such I -
Treasurer: is hereby required to pay )in this Act I! ;
:.. .. Ihuorssholl be sold to the highest: ;
tne same. Sec; J. mar it snail oe unlawfulfor bidder for cash the
Sec. 3. This Art shall take effect upon destructionof
any common or other carrier to said liquors and a certificateof
immediately upon its passage and approval transport any intoxicating liquors the sale thereof filed with the ,
by the Governor. ''over Railways, Highways or Waters.'!' Clerk of the Circuit Court showing
Passed by the Legislature session of this State into any county or pre- the articles, or containers sold .
1917! and! vetoed by the Governor. I emit in this State where the sale of and the amount received so ,
and the .
proceeds -
Reconsidered by Special Session intoxicating liquors, wine or beer arelI shall be turned into the fine

1918. i prohibited for any purpose except I and, forfeiture fund of the County, for -
Passed) by Senate over Governor'sveto ',,111' provided for by this Act. I which the Sheriff or other officer I II
Nov. 21 j, 1918. Sec. 4. That nothing in this Act so '
selling shall ,
Passed by House of Representativesover shall make it unlawful for same take a receipt. j
any Sec. 4. This Act shall
become effective -I
Governor's veto Nov. 29: 1918. I' order person I
i' to purchase, transport! or : immediately upon Its becoming I
i intoxicating !liquors for personal use a law. I
ClAI'TE1i773No./ ( B : .
)
as a beverage not exceeding one quart
AN ACT for the relief of B. B. Johnson during uny period 1 of thirty consecu- I Approved December 5, 1918. ,

County Judge of Hamilton tive days to be ordered, purchased or CHAPTER
County, Florida, for loss of fees transported in interstate commerce or, AN ACT 7736-(No. 11)).
.t during his suspension from said of- intrastate commerce or otherwise by I| to Make Effective the Nineteenth .
fice. Article of the Constitution of ,
any common or other carriers from
this State, as Amended at the General -
I any point without or within the State Election
Whereas, on the 7th day of :March[ to uny point within the State. Nineteen Held November Fifth, burin

A. 1) lH7.! said I n.) 11. Johnson County Sec. 5. Upon the trial of any per and to Prohibit Hundred the and Manufacture Eighteen, he six months beginning
Judge, in and for Hamilton County, ,
son under this Act it shall be prima Snle [
Florida was suspended from the exercise '- facie evidence that intoxicating liquors Barter or Exchange, the
of the duties of Raid once; and.Wherein were ordered, procured, transported from Transportation into this State, or ;/ ;it t and'ending December -
Point
the said, I n.! R. Johnson was or received in violation of this Act if one to Another Point

on the 2Sth ,tiny of :May A, D. 1917 reInstated uny waybill or records of shipments, lion Within of Alcoholic the State or, and Other the Intoxicating Posses- 3/ s 19/8, our deposits in- I
,
said office therefore -
in or amount found in the possession: ofany
/He it Enacted: hv the Legislature of Liquors) or Beverages/ ; to Prohibit -
person, shows thut he received ortransported 6
creasedThis cent.certainly
the Sale
Dispensing and Giving .
the Stale of Florida: by and through the means per I
Away of Jamaica
<< ,
That of Sev- stated this Act Ujnger, Except -
Section I I. the amount in any amount over Upon Certain Conditions
enty-one Dollars and Nine Cents and above one quart of intoxicating Prohibit the Owning ; to
($71.0') lie, and the same is hereby appropriated liquors! for beverage purposes within of Any l Distilling> / Apparatus or Possessing set
out of any moneys In the any thirty consecutive days; and the Up With Intent Manufacture: > Cer
treasury not to be paid to the said U. Johnson. .shall have authority to- arrest with duction Liquors)of Distilled; to Prohibit Spirits the, *:Mash Pro' a very pleasing!

Sec( 2. That the Comptroller )is out warrant and seize all liquors Wort or Wash fit for Distillation>
hereby required) to draw his warrantfor found )in this State where found in Production of Certain Spirits; and or endorse* nt of our service. l
violation of this Act and the
the said sum of Seventy-one dollars same to Prohibiting the Separating of
and nine cents ( $71.IHlI.( !)) In favor shall be disposed of as provided by Alcoholic Spirits From Any Substance
of said n.I/ Johnson, and the' Treasurer the laws of the State. ; to Provide for the Forfei
of the State of Florida to pay the Sec 6. That any person violatingthe ture Destruction and Sale of Certain ,
same provisions of Sections one, two or Things Used in the Violation
Sec. 3. That this Act shall take ef. three of this Act shall be punishedby of this Act or to Facilitate the rBA r
feet upon its passage and approval by a fine of not less than one hundrednor Violation of this: Act: to Impose We \ant you.
the Governor or without such npprov.n more than five hundred dollars, Certain Powers" and J Duties Upon
<. or not less than one nor more than Circuit
Judges, County Judges
,
s State of Florida, six months in the county jail at hard Clerks of Circuit Courts> Sheriffs I

... Hamilton County. labor, or both. and Their Deputies. Constables and
I, It. A. Geiger; County Judge, in Sec. 7. That if any Section or part Police Officers, Grand Juries, State
a and for Haiti County do hereby certify of section of this act shall be held to be Attorneys, County Solicitors, and \K OF STARKETHE
I that I have received in fees as County unconstitutional or invalid that fact Other Prosecuting Attorneys Corn- I(
.
,., Judge in and, for said County since shall nut invalidate, any other Sectionor missioned, by the State, or Regularly '
April 27. 1917 the sum of Seventyone portion of Section of this Act, but Employed by Counties; and, to Pro- I flNK OF HELPFUL SER VICE... f
/Dollars and! Nine Cents ($71.09)! ). the valid portions shall be enforced \'Compensation for Certain of I
Witness my hand and official seal without ret ere nee to the part so held Said Officers and to Provide for
this the :29th! day of !May A. O 1917.! invalid. the Attendance of Witnesses) Upon I
Sec 8. That this Act shall become ,
I U. A. GEIGER, Any Investigation of the Violation\
(Seal) County Judge effective Five days after its! passage of this Act; to Provide! What Shall
Passed by the Legislature session und approval by the Governor. Constitute Prima Facie ,Evidence: |: ... Depostly for Slate of Florida, County of
y l Approved December 4, 1918.CHAPTER !!.
1917 and vetoed by the Governor. : in Prosecutions or Other Proceedings '
Reconsidered, by Special session ) Under This Act, and to Proscribe 1-1, Bradjc and Tou'n of Starke.I' .
I
1918.\ ) 7734: -(Xo. 9.) Certain Rules of Pleading
Passed by Senate over Governor'sveto AN ACT to amend Section 6 of An and Evidence in Such Prosecutions ,
Nov :!26(!, 1!>1H. Act passed at the Special Session of and Proceedings; to Impose Certain
r, Passed 1 by House of Representativesover the Legislature of this: State, con- Duties Upon the Stnte Chemist and !I
Governor's veto Nov. 29, JIIK!> voll t' and approved by the Governor December Effect of Certain Certificates
F_ CHAPTER 7732-(No. 7)). 1th, A. 1)). li! lS, and EntitledAn : sued by Such Officers; to Prescribe Is-1 I
::1's AN ACT to Prohibit Unlawful Carnal Act regulating the transportation the Character of Liquids\ within the i
):.' Intercourse with an Unmarried ,Female of intoxicating liquors into Provisions of This Act; to Prohibit
1 I,: of Previous! Chaste Character counties! or precincts of this State Drunkenness; to Provide Immunity

A '.. Under the Age of Eighteen Years, ahem the sale of intoxicating for Certain Witnesses, ; to Provide .
and tu Provide Penalty for the rues are prohibited and providing for the< Transfer of Certain Indictments
Offense.He (}f evidence and for -
Punishment' of Such a penalty and Information from Circuit ,
it Enacted hv the Legislature of violations of the Act. Courts to Lower Courts; to- i

the State of Florida : Provide for the Inspection Officers
Section 1. That from and after lt! it Dnncted: by the Legislature of of the Record of Carriers by and

; the passage and approval of this Act the State of Florida' : I for the Production of Same
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I I __ _ '-:: __ . _. -. __ ... n date)___________.of.'.________A. D. him or to fully and fairly answer any I been used by such person in the violation CALOMEL DYNAMITESA
j proper question put to him shall upon of of the uf this
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. ::::::::: _________:M.D. I ,conviction 10(' deemeil trinity of n mls- |I Act, and which may be found in his SLUGGISH LIVER

inMM-iMjnuiuiunOTinuriuiwiminunw...-......--.........----.* Such prescription shall be filled only ,t demeanor and punished as is herein-,I possession, custody or CUll'I. and
upon the day issued or upon the j t after provided. i to safely keep and I>,'sel'\, tl same Crashes Into Sour
succeeding day, and shall not be filled I' :Sec 10. That all indictments returned and have it (forthcoming at any investigation Bile, making

I Live State News more than once, nor shall any one by thc Criind; Jury in any Circuit prosecution or other proiicdmg You Sick and You Lose
person have more than one prescription I Couit, and all i informations tiled for I the vwlalll 01 i' of
L.J: filled in any one tlay.Vhich .by 1 State Attorney in any Circuit the provisions of thiilct., and 111' the a Work.Cttoiiiel .

I Told by Our Exchanges. prescription shall be safely preserved l j I Court ,'hargintl1 violation of any || d<'Ml' iiidtittii or Mali ut tl .same as isI I Days
by such pharmacist for the period of j i of the provisions of this Act 111'1 j I in this Section Upon the!
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one year, and such pharmacist shall I j niiiilo 1 criminal offense; not within i''n\'ll'li'1 of the person 11..to for salivates! It's mercury
-- also keep and preserve u permanent 'j I the jurisdiction of such Circuit Court I' violation of any of provisions" | Calomel acts like d 'lnlite on a slug. .
$4,200:! was received by Manatee; thi- sheriff is said to have come out' record of all alcohol in the form of to finally try and determine and all ni$ this Act herein made criminal of- gish liver.Vhen calomel comes into
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county growers for three cars of celery winner. whiskey and brandy received and possessed other papers\ anti documents prolwrly"OI1l'cl' I fense, it shll bo the duty 1 of the Judge ,contact with sour bile it crashes. into

an average of $4.05 per crute. i by him on which he shall note with such 1 case, shnl be by ''of the ( tiymg the case, after ,i|: it, causing ,crumping and nausea.
1 Charging that the branch of Armour the date and quantity sold and dispensed of said 1 Court |. such notice to the person convicted, If you fel bilious, headachy, con
Phosphate* shipments are expected & Co. at Key \Vest has violated to any person with the name promptly transmitted to the proper and any other person whom the Judgu stipillet till out just go
to be heavy as soon as vessels can be I rules of the food administration, the ami address of such person; which I Couit of the County for trial and. oth- | may be of the opinion is entitled to your druggist kll""et get a BO cent
obtained for bundling the material. | Federal Food Administrator for Flor- prescriptions and record shall be submitted er proceenlinfrs in conformity with the "1"1 notice, us the Judge may doom'I I I'' bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis
I Ida has suspended license under which by him for inspection and ex- ,' general 11W. And the trial! of such I r"ls"naile. to issue to the Sheriff of
Jake Muck, colored, was cut to death the firm has been operating. animation upon the demand of any !, lower Court shall he on such indictments 1 written order adjudging a harmless'egl'tllbll substitute for

by Leroy Wludden colored, at Crystal I Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff Prosecuting or I informations, and if quashed I' and ldll'lj.lu'h\ l'uo"1 I and ,copI i danl'roul cllol1ll. Take a spoonful
River Saturday. Both men used their 1! Burglars\ broke into the offices of Attorney, Constable or Police Ollicer., ''101' held i otherwise insutlicicnt t it shall city< either, .' Ind directing |i I anti if it stlrt your liver and

knives. the state road department, Tallahassee And, no such Physician shall prescribe ,I be lawful for any Sheriff Deputy I! such Sheriff to destroy' such alcoholic straighten you up better and quicker
I Friday night, entered the safe and any such alcohol in the form of whis. Shl'ritT.1'o"I'I'uting A ttorney. Consta- I'lor intoxicating hquom or beverages, than nasty calomel and without makI .

Eight automobiles were stolen in ,I stole' $1,500 worth of Liberty Bonds key or brandy for any person for other file or private Citizen to make and ft lit l any other prop'1tv especially I do'signed I I ing you sick, you just go back und get
in Tampa within four days time. Fords ]l I"n and Buicks have the preference with ollices in the city were entered the titles exceeding eight ounces to any nifuinst the ,accii-cil. and tl'llllIn further nn.v of the IIU\'I.II.. of I this .\.t. and i If you take calomel today be
the crooks. same night.Dr. one person at any one time. And any proceedinKS\ thereon shal be in I to ",,1 I aii.v' such piopurty i not "$I"'II-I lick and nauseated tomorrow you'l
such who accordance I with the I I l.v' ;
pharmacist or physician gtnsrii v us if designed to facilitate I the It salivate whIle if
The money on Hillsborough county's$875.000MO F. C. Thomson a dentist Saturday shall violate any of the provisions of I such I'I.o..cution had originally been I ol an)' of I the provisions 01 vllllt.11 i I may you. you takeIlocson's
good roads bonds l is now I shot and killed his wife and the Act. including this Section shall i initiated in such lower court. And no I Slit h dust t iii tion ntul xale .hlil tt.I't I. 'in I Liver Tone you will wuke up
available and the work of building then tut'tied the gun on himself inflicting on conviction be deemed guilty of a Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Constable or t the presence' ) of t the clerk ol I t the Circuit, I I ICouit feeling great, full of ambition and
roads will commence at once. probably fatal wounds. The misdemeanor and be punished as is I'l-osee-utniLj Attorney shall be required of the County, and at such ready for work or play. It's harn.l.ss.

-' I couple had been estranged about a I hereinafter provided. and in addition I to pay "o..t any prosecution or times, places, and m such manner as pleasant and safe to give to children;
The demobilization of Camp Johnston month an'l11'''. Thomson had a suit he shall forever be disqualified to I cither I'I''l'lnl under any of the pro- such Judge shall I I i in his I order direct i they like it. ((13-4H )

Jacksonville, is proceeding rap, pending for divorce. practice his profession in this Stiit e. 1\ Act or to Rive bond {'lit shall be the duty of such She, iff' to - -- -. -
idly. Very few men are now left at I Sec. 6. That in any prosecution or same, or to make an i inKII'I'nt affi :'immediately conveit into the Fine and, 1 (Irove's Ta.ilcles.s chill Tonic
this one time crowded training point. I I, During the past five years there other proceeding/ under any of the provisions davit, and all costs "" any ForfeitureFund of the County the .
-"" i, have been t,371> ;{ marriage licenses issued of thin Act, it shall not be necessary -I prosecution or other proe-eeilmcr un- | from any such sa It'. And it rrntorei vitality 11,1 cnrriiy by pulrl. ami enrli -
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Believing his taxes were too high, u in Tampa ami l.SOj: divorces for the State or any officer in tier any of the piovisions of this, Act''Iru'cld.I' t ' expiessly I .lt-,'lit"ted to be the 'lilnit Ihe hlixxl. You c .".0 Ia SI"D &lh.

llillijborou! \ county tax payer sent :i grunted. Two out of every seven e< '- pleading or by evidence to negativethe shal be charged against the County intention of t this section that all automobiles rnlnil, Invldurachiil tII.:( I'rlue OOo.Stomach .
the collector<< a cheek for his taxes and pies mairied in Tampa during the last existence in point of fact any of I 1\,1 pail out of the Fil' and I'orfci- motor truckil.1j.01i.\ buggies I ---- -- ---,--

across the face of the check he wrote, live years have found their wayto the exceptions contained in Section I tore thereof in the manner ns I boats, \'I'.sl and Ithl'I'11'r I TrolM.
"Highway Robbery." the divorce courts. 5 hereof but the existence of any such I COltS are paid in ciiminal cases 'l'I'nf. amid ni II1hl"s : ,
I, exceptions in point of fact shall bo the conviction of an insolvent 'person.uponPt,. thc a ,, ii other- trl\'lnJ n'nn. I' "l"foro t ,i'!,.,i f hnmbi'rlnitl'M I Tnli.lets. -

Tons upon tons of fertilizer and carload -* At the meeting Saturday morningof \ defensive matter in any' such prosecution -|1 $ec. 11. That no l"rs"l !shall, upon conveyance, used; in the; \violaton of; T doctored n great deal for stoinmh -
after carload of seed potatoes arc i the Duval board of county commissioners or other proceeding. And in nny any investigation b'ful"' u Cr.ind; lilly of thu provisions of this Act or to I
now arriving at Hustings and being the $0,000{ bond of J.V.. such prosecution or other proceeding, I i Jury, State Attorney, County Solici 1'IIla1)111"; ol (tin- piovi.sioiiH I double and felt nervous and tiled

hauled] by the growers tOo their farm*I Rat, as tux collector of Duval county it shall not be necessary for the State | tor or other proseculinA attorney commissioned ,I .. be forfeited ami disposed all the timo. These tlllll'tl helped ma t'
for the planting season. was approved., The approved bond or any officer to allege or prove the or regularly/ I in the manner an is provided I
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ha- been forwarded to Tallahassee for particular name, kind. character or C'l11plo'l'r bv a County, for nn allotted in this Sc-ctioii, or In '"l.till Fifteen fl"1, t the 11'lt. and Inside of I w'k'a'tl"

I Prospects for crops in the \icinity _f approval by the comptroller. I contents of any alcoholic or other intoxicating of any of the provisions of 1 hereof, (is t tliu earner may bo appli1 I I had i i ilpI'u\'c in every way"

of Palm 1 leach are the best in many liquors or beverages, this Act or before any Court upon the cable. I II ; I A. Drinkard', Jefferson
yeurs. Just as the crop of beans from I i The :Miami' Land/ & lssclopmenlConi.any ) whether spirituous, vinous or malt or trill of any person iissoci ition of i I i ii $l"t'. I lr. Thill t t the light of propel it ty WI.i.J L
the Everglades begins' \ to lessen Del- with lands at Florida City, other liquors or ]liquids i ] , but it shall be i I persons, or corporation, charged with ,''in and' to' all 1""hII' m,. intoxicating l'i'1.' :\ -Adv.

ray begins to loom up large. 1'is after enough seed sugar cane to t sufficient to allege generally and to the violation any of the provisions! i i I liquols or 1".1 Iitgt's, whether spuitil-i i i t ,, Adv.
'riant: 5OtiO)( ) acres: which means from prove that the same! is alcoholic or intoxicating I' of thi Act herein made! a criminal of- ,I ous vinous j (Ii' malt I Ilnufnctu'el., -
Th lIw '('r-
Moore Haven are mini to have 1000acres )I will ii'line the product and make sugirr other liquors or liquids within the dence, or produce any ,document record 'I polled 01 possessed by all)' l'ell"I, noI i I i 1919 AUTO TAXi

of tomatoes. They have begun\ i for commercial purposes. prohibitions of this Act. book papers, or any other per-1 I hodili lion 0 I'pi.iiiofl 54, or '
shipping\ the carload! and! expect to ,| Sec. 7. That all drinks! beverages sonal I preipeity of any kind I i or descrip-1 i I I I in violation of any cOI'II'I'I"n.of the j

soon be shipping\ tram loads. I I Cliailes Carr, a one-legged] sailor, or alcoholic liquors for beverage purposes -' he tion t upon the t ground I that by so doin>? provisions of thiKI.t, and all ""tl'll. i NOW DUE
containing/ one-half of one per- may thereby convict himself of essence or I tincture i of Jnni.iicu ginger m
From Havana to Pensacola light in who was making the trip from Savannah centum of alcohol] or more, by volume, clime, or give evidence against him I,' sold dispenseI (ii' given in \vio .
sixty hours or theieabouts<< was the remark.ible to Tampa in a ]Hi-foot skiff, was I at sixty degrees Fahrenheit and allintoxicating II I self or expose himself to criminal lation of any of I Ihu provisions away of this Tags Now Ready for Shipment
blown out after
.sailing\ feat of the American to sea leaving Key liquors and beverages prosecution, penalty' or forfeiture, and Act, and all other" properly
West lust week anil by personnl
4-mnst schooner I Iaura A. Barnes, when lescued whether spirituous vinous nr malt a-iy IWI'.nho shall so testify or (rive that may have I'cl used by 'll 't.egislatuie changed tho rates
which reached Pensacola Saturday the sponge boat Ari..IVaK seriouslyI -hall be deemed and held to be within i Vi such evidence, or pioduce such association of persons, any person ft ur rcgist/: tut t ion of motor, vehicles for
I ill from exposure and died in a few the I prohibitions of this Act.nd tin- document lecoid any the or coi- 1 limit!>! !>
hours. I book paper: or tiny potation in I violation ol any of the
Orlando is making great pl'l'pol'n.tion" alcoholic contents of nny such drinks, other 'peisonal I prol"'I.ty of any kind i pruvisiun/ of this Act or uhuh may I i Tux due fr"1 perRol1 in thu Stnto
f'I' its annual mid-winter fair : beverages or alcoholic liquors and another P 01' dc'sciiption! .hal I I lot be prosecuted I hl"1 used to facilitate, t the vio : :'III days:
which will open on February 11. Displays ! I CSustive; ;Massauer of :New York. has i liquors' or liquids may )be proved I j or held 1 I liable any penalty; t or" for. Ilti"l any of the provisions of this KATESMotoiiycles

me already being collected in i i become interested in Sebrmg: and has prima facie in any prosecution or oth-1 feiture for or on Icl'mnt; of any mat Act, nnd nil of the I t things mentioned . u. __ _$ 2.00

several counties which will exhibit. ;,i ortrani/.ed five million dollar cornora- er proceeding/ in any of the Courts of | ter Ol' thllli! coneerniMtFe'Kn-- ." -...,.V. .Im ........ 111 Section Four of I lln--i. 'I A- .........IM.Inutomoliilos -..,..- Horsepower A. L. A. M. A. .
I tion to take .
over Sl'bl'inpropcrt/ and this State by the production and intro- I so te"lty. or give evidence, or pro." i motor trucks, wagons,
John Bright, of ;Miami will establish -, ,develop that section. The new corporation election' in evidence of the certificate any document, record, hlok. buggies\ Lttittiesscis and! II i RatingAutomobiles
farm the takes over the Sebring Development of the State Chemist or an Assistant paper or any other ter ciatt, otlr1
a goat\ in Everglades on personal I and I itintit times '
propetiy 11 t ( h. p. or less .. f.00
Company, a million dollarcancel tate Chemist, verified signature t kind i tl'IIV'lll : >
by t
a large scale. lIe purchased a number ot any or d"S'"I'iptiol. nnd the tluough the nil. A
22 to 27 h.
IIndl Itolllil"I over : Mill
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of Angora, goats and some three ,, n. nr'o| onth )before some person authorized same shall not be \ in evidence or ''of conveyance, 1",1 I the 11111 t Automobiles, over 27 to h. 1.
II \IIIlatll 1200
hundred Spanish milk goats in Texas. :1 j I by the laws of this State to administer used against such person in anywise! ''of any of thc II'U\'I..iol., 01 this Act ,Automobiles, ,. .., over :a ir h.:i p._ 1. 15.00 1 )()
II Nearly $:)00 in city funds were Htol- an oath reciting that upon analysis or in any manner in any prosecution or" to f.u'ilitate t tll vI/tll', ol I am of A I i
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Florida's banking deposits have increased I I en from, the vault in thu olllce of I'en- in the State Chemist's office, or or other proceeding/: any of the the piovisions'' of i this Act. is un'I" Ti Itonlhll"1'ticks, not ( 1'ltill (_or__ _more_ I 100.0O 1 10.00)( ((

203; per cent within the past oncola's City Clerk Saturday by un- laboratory of n sample of such drinks, I Courts of this State, or otherwise e; i foj declared I not to exist I i in nny person, I Tiuckii, over 1 ton t"l, not over
has hundred antI known No clue has been dis. beverages or alcoholic liquors, or other -I Provided that :
five 'eEirs. It two parties. nothing in thin Section 'Rssul/tiul of pcrHons, or ) tons ___ __
'orpor/tuJ. _ 25.00
five banking institutions under state covered. The vault was entered by liquors or liquids, : a stated amount I contained shall protect tiny person I,1'ln.1 I same shall bu forfeited. That Trucks, t.t't2 tons--_ ) ,
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control and /fifty-four national banks. someone having a key to the safe and of alcohol was found therein contain against prosecution for perjury or I shall bo the duty of the several tons _ ___ __ __not__oV'r___ 5000) ) I
-- I I the burglary happened while the clerk ed. Such verified certificate shall he false swearing. I I Sheriffs, Deputies Sh'riIY. -
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I tons _
COlstlble-
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On account of his high price for was at dinner. prima facie evidence in nny of the I I Sec. U. That the ,land, pulicit of TI'U'ksovl'r
upon request of Inunicipiilitlus Dealers __ .
.IC..I'1 ___ 1500Chniiffc'iirs )
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Courts of this State of the of t
truth
its Sheriff
nny ) ,
the
saving from -
Tampa people perdition to SC1ZO
I Deputy Sheriff State Attorney any lnd such things, and ..._. .... 2,0(>
recitals. .
Except in the trial of per1cons I _
number County
a of ministers and lead- Florida's new prohibition law provides Solicitor or other ) tho same shall be fiflfely kept by the _
ing citizens of thit have decided charged with crime. And the prosecuting I I Il'II'iI clsketalCols an,1nt'Iulncl'l
city
attorney Sheriff
severe penalties for drunkenness commissioned by of tho until disposed ''
I I i County ,
not to invite Billy Sunday to hold a The first offense is sample analyzed may be identified, by1 I the State or regularly I I'ii I operated by tm-
: clashed as a mis employed by a I I 0 s in I this t Section i, That ,
II'uviI..I. deitukers _
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the _ ... 1000
revival.County. sworn testimony of any Sheriff County, or n ..
demeanor and the any officer it shall foe
penalty u $.jUf) fine foll'l' of any I the duty of the Sheriff' of 'I law
or six, months in jail. The second jag Prosecuting Attorney that he pl'rson-I municipality or ', it he I|I the County, within ten days after the req iii rca an application!
Ihul to for
ally delivered to the State Chemist the duty of "'"Il mcli machine rc-ifUtercd.
Judge Blanton and is or
Kelsey classed as a felony and the penalty any common or i receipt ol any such things, to make .
Sheriff John Logan hud a fistic battlein is n fine up to ,1,000) with n prison sent to the State Chemist by common I other carrier doing business in this i I' arid I subscribe to an nfiidnvit I in ,\1 questions should he fully InOWI'r. .
the courthouse at Hartow last week. scnte-nee of three yuan, or both if the carrier, such sample for analysis and :, State to submit to ""lllnlti"l and in- | before Homo ollicer authorised wl'ltinl to sits I' HUMcorrespondence.('. Personalchecks'

I The round was short but furious and, judge sees fit. I that it was personally taken fov him I ""pection ;"ill I I records, i Imokx t and I : to administer an oath, reciting 11W 11.luy..delivery.. i. .

'rom the receptacle containing .drinks. of pitch enirier. IIhown.; it.hi. ..',1111"1'1'.'.,......I u(',zllrl'.. ifitU. .t_ III. .i.f.. .. ..t..... _. i Bh\kO! i..i: : f.nm (:n.'M.
n. .. .. Tax ;;
I beverages in I. Sheriffs Clerics;
or alcoholic liqu rrs,. or other I this State of alcoholic or intoxicat things 11'0 Cul"l'l"rs Circuit

t.L.\iL.i.: : : L.or i LOKIUV( torney to transport, cause to foe transported I liquors or liquids, introduced in evi ing liquors or beverage,, whether spitI | full I I dei, "rnption.I..d., t thereof giving ,I"II"ly and" the- mime} ( or by applying to
dence in stub'1 prosecution( or other pro- I I itUO/ii./ vinous or malt/ of the I
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or be concerned in the transported II"h"r. and alleged and person from. ERNEST AMOS
(Continued From Page 2)) of, or for any common carrierto I feeding. The mode' of proof hereinnrovbieI 1 cncramental wines And upon ,('rvl'f'of whose 1"'I''Kl transport to the State Chemist | I shall be considered. cumulative subpoena out of any Court it shall: cither or both I be known to such Sher- Comptroller, Tallahassee, Fla.
pharamclst regularly admitted and (torn such Sheriff or prosecuting" attorney and not exclusive, and all facts I be the duty of the person hainth..' '1 iff, and! within t"l days after the re- ',1'---- --- _
licensed to practice his profession in any alcoholic or intoxicating 1 necessary to sustain any prosecution (cm-tody of m/h rt't-orls, ., books and I|nipt of sin li things foy the Sheriff, puEl-crilucIlLi-u: ; ( ; \

this State by the State Board of liquors or beverages/: whether spirituous "r, other pr-x-fcding, may be established papers' to produce the same in tiny in. --, such Sheriff a Hhll i I present I tutu h The It A. Thomas I
Pharmacy of this State:; to sell vinous or malt or any other' in nnv othi-r mode provided bv Hw vesti'/ntlon or trial I for I lil violation of to the ./ ol the Circuit 11"1"it I"M powder has
dispense or give away to any person drinks, beverages or liquors, for the I Oiemlst It shall be unlawful for the Stnte any of t the provision1 of this Act. I And of the County where such things went I nTOIII, of u. per cunt cures of Hoc

the extract essence or tincture of purpose of analysis by such State to refuse to make pueh analysis nny clrli'r, or Iltl'nt. or employee.. 1.i.'I. and,i such ( i I Judge' shall Cholera. If I you feed your hoKs as
Jamaica giner. when prescribed in Chemist, or for the State Chemist to or to furnish such --rtificute ,' who shall wilfully/ violate,' any rir.t that suih 'i.cui 111'ilf .servitwritten diiicteil you need never hug
when remiestfd of Hhll < f"lr
the
by by any sheriff or provisions of
admitted
writing a physician duly transport cause to be transported, or pros. this Section ti' such
or notice upon owner timidI'irs.w
and licensed to practice hisprtfeaion to be in anywise concerned in the I Tuting attorney. l I who wilfully I I obstructs or i impc'len anv fl'ull whose possession i'h"h"1 1"1 uny other h,1 disease i AnJthe
in this State Sec. 8. That it shall be lawful such' oliicer RI.h dl..tiol>! are simple
by a State transportation of, or for any common or prosecuting things were taken if known and! if very Just
Board of :Medical Examiners: : or bona carrier to transport to any sheriff or : f)1a ny person to beiome m t be drunkor I'''or' wilfully conceals from tiny nt.rnI'Y.H/h[ orI he or they be within the County of about I what you II'e .doini, plus u few

fide flavoring extracts soda water I i I prosecuting attorney, any such i intoxicated. I I'I ficer or prosecutinir; IIUorl1Y any mil h the tim,' and place of the ( ents worth of It. A. Thomas'/ I log
See. 'd'-liv
flavors 'fumes. toilet f). That the several I State Attorneys -ry, or wilfully h"/rinl
quids nft such
pel preparations i anal.vsts. or to "" li.// destroys any such upon such allidavit, which I'owdir
patent! and proprietary medicines, |i the same for such nurnose. County Solicitors, and nil other record' books 01 tinnnmtit---.0 ..!..>. !-...-* 1&i.. .. In "....S.-- ..may_. ..1 I.f... in thy feed I twice 1 week.Usually .
vvnen manufactured/
accordance with the Pu?e Food LAWSof shall be construed to make it unlawful | ed by State or regularly emriloy- or proHecutin/ attorney, shll upon I < i iicint i Judge' may fix, whuh notie" we know it. Then it requires]
the State of Florida and the Pure 'fur any pharmacist )regularly admitted 'I which by a County. when the Court to (.on i ) 'nieti guilty I misdennnnor i "h/l I I I Insigmil I I by t hii i ncuit close title ntion to each hog-each hog

regulations Food Laws of the United States. and and! licensed to practice hw profes- |i cntlon or they in may term,be are attached hereby a'lthori/-I is, in vn- provi.lt.tl.Ss't mini. punished as is hereinafter Judge, "ltll I 411-h i person 01. must be ilosi'Iitnl if you will doso
lawfully prescribed -ion in this State by the Statp Boardof ed! persons appear and shotv ause; ,
and l ompowered to111'/ with the '. i--: That I h"1 us ,directed, better
you save
pursuant to such laws of the State Pharmacy, and regularly engaged the issuance to or if any, why such things should not \i
and United States provided, that it in the practice of his profession in this Clerk' or Judge( of such Court if there possession of, by any person associa be adjudged i I I tot ',.I test and I disposed' I I hal !U''1' cent. I If you don't, the II.
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f
shall be unlawful for no Clerk, n written request/ for thei" I!' n of persons or Lurpoiiition this of In this A. Thomas' medicine
any person State to transport or cause to be < of ,. in t us Section provided Hut costs you /loh111. -
association of persons or corporation, transported. to his regular place of uaree of! subpoena for the attendinee Stit of any licence or stamp issued if Hiich Sheriff: shall recite in his alli- I VV'i. not distant i tan n atticI
bv -
or the agent m employee of any business'!, and there to po.si-ss, sell ( any person nt any place in the the Cnl.etnr of Internal Jtevcnu"of davit that such' things were not taken 'I'
"ounty in which such have I the I 5 I i i i\ \ ,1 MI t t back
j. money
person ti's
person, association of persons orcorporation ind! dispense for may < a fur themanufac I from the possession of .
exclusively medical ;
any
)h5: )bonn fi-le resilience, the time nnd :|: t'Ire or Sn alcoholic' person 1 i i ,if r .1, Ailv,
,
to sell such I I
any extracts, purposes, alcohol in the form of whis. place of or Ilt"xl ira t. association of persons', or coipor'it' ion'. ,.
fla\or perfumes toilet I I to be /fixed in surh written reI I l ing liquors, or beverages
shall that the
preparations. key 01 is unknown '
Ih
or brandy which may be sold and ,, finest in nny 0\1"1 "i t i"
01 UK dn-iic's., for beverage ;purposes, dispensed by such pharmacist only in r"lerlc, and it shall bo! the dutv of such I i Iproq"'utifJ or oth.I proceeding in either of such I'ronl! are wit, h"u''
in the gui-e of such extracts, flavors, quantities not or the Judge, if there be nD'' any of the Courts of this State for the I the f ountv, I himself I tin
exceeding eight "UI1'1111 or t tM'IituL "
ounces fTprlf.! tn n."mnth.uno ai/U ,.hn"ft. Violation nf ,,......... .
M .
th" .
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pen umes, lonet or" Inof nx'tt ,* ni- thiif r-.nnl' ,. .. 9
preparation t<> any one person at one time and I I" -.... ?? "
; '
any the '
"", and 1 :
I I
Sheriff
medic UPS. And nothing contained only upon the written and signed presciiption or his deputy, to Sections' One Three and Four of this such notice II''n t 'I foe made 'I by; i I';
in this rcthall he construed to makeit , of a physician regularly admitterl ,[; promptly] execute thu same in the Act. be deemed nnd considered prima Sheriff for reason, the (ir
Rood
unHwful for any person over the and licensed! to practice his such manner State provided I by general law. And facie evidence of such violation. And! cult i Judge. shall I I written ord I .i di

age of twenty one years to possess! nrofeosion' in this State by a Board of other Attorney, County Solicitoror I n certifica'c under the I signature of the ''r"1 that in lil'l of personal notn
have in cmtodv or ,control in such Medical Examiners: who before writ. tv, prosecuting attorney is here. rolf.tor of IntprnuHpvl'nue/ of the 'I such' hearing to any such p'>
authorized and .
person's! _bona fide resident, for the 'ng' such' prescription shall have either empowered to administer r"f'ltinl that the records that written notice of Iu'h h* cing
of himself herself] and to any person the oath us- of his the .
personal use or :. professonal knowledge of the case issuance of I shall hiposted' nl *1-i
family. anti, not to be disposed of to or hall make nn actual examinationof ualy administered to witnesses, and I i nny ouch revenue license of stump to County Court I House door, din u i i ,*
any other person in any way not exceeding the person for whom the prescrip- and to require fair such person to mnke a full any person, association of ,person., ',I to all persons' interested m ", 'hthings
disclosure '
four quarts of distilled alcoholic tion i is issued snul 1 prescription' shall be his of all facts within I corporation shall in any such prosecu anti giving "notice of I-h '
or intoxicating liquors or beverages -"' dited and shall be in substance the of knowledge' touching the violation tion or prul'pedinS be prinw.facie cvl- seizure, and of the date and P'I'",
and of malt any of the provisions of this drnce it of such thereof
twenty quarts or following form : Act. recitals. I| and n reasonable/ descrip'' inf
fermented alcoholic or intoxicating liquors || State of Florida] Solicitor And such State Attornev' County And the possession by any person association ,, the things .gc-izcd. and of the in ; -

or beverages either or both but' Ctfunty of_________.._____ , U hereby, or other prosecuting attorney of persons or .rl.rltion. in nnd place' of the hearing upon t n
this shall not bo con-itrued to permit I I I----------------------a regularly authorized 1 and empowered this State of any U flflldflvitwhjh__ : notice shall!! siiri it!
any such person to possess have in I!I Ilicennd I and practicing physician, he to file in the court to which commonly called rum or moonshine 11- ny rae circuit; ju.lgen custody or control. more than the under th! laws of aid State: do hereby I may he attached, in vacation or in quor Ihal In any of the courts of this time and place provided for the h'.r" The 5trfnVlh t.nd tho Winter
term
maximum 'quantity of the particular' certify that I have either a professional informations against persons State, nny prosecution or other proteedlncf i i ill upon such affidavit: no r"r.'HI.I.\ Col.Ucter 111Q tho Weak
class of liquors herein rnerti'med. And I| knowledge of the case, or that charging the violation of any of theprovisions for the violation of any of the anti claim .[lh thin... You must Health. Strength and En-
no personal property of any kind or'' I h.vve examined----------------, of this Act herein made a nrov iiion.s of Sections One, Three nnd | "P""r affidavit of the i durance to tight Colds Grip and Intluunza.

/-cription used in, or t > facilitate, : in my charge, whose address, patient Is .criminal i"tent with(,offence the as far as may foe r..ni Four of this Act be ,deemed prima i shall stand an confessed. and :tlk.h.,1 i When your Mood I not In a healthy

the violation of any of the provisionsof __ u_ __ _.__ __ _ ___, and I do hereby State, and Constitution of this facie evidence of the violation of any I i as true, and the recitals therein contained condition and does circulate properly,
-Ins Act shall be forf i it 'd as is in prescribe for use of said patient to cause to be i-upll.y thepmper of .mih provisions' of -inch Hpf.t"n. of shnl not thi-rynftcr be open your system i unable t( withstand the
officer '
this Act provided. when it shall be I -- -- -- -. And I further certify that the warrants of arrest of this Act. to in any other Couit or WInter cold.OROVC'S.
mad- to that the hona fideowner persons accused In accordancewith Sec 1 t. upon the arrest of and
appear the use of such--------------i 1.1 necessary the Tnt 1 proceeding the Circuit Judge TASTELESS Chill TONIC
ff, such general law. and it "hall foe any person with the violation shall
personal property was to alleviate or cure the illness the duty of thereupon make an order in Fortifies the Sj-tc-n Against Colds, Grip
not com',erned in such violation as'':' or disease of which said patient Is suf warrants of such officer to Issue !such of any of the provisions of this Act, writinl dirpctnl the destruction of and l-illueuza ty I'untying and Enriching
principal in the first or second degree, fering. I arrest. And any person it shall be the duty of the arresting I i. thinlK. suit- the by the the blood.It .
before after the fact. regularly served with subpoena who officer to take into his custody al-' /1ccholic reoI
or accessory or < same
I al upon I contains the well-known tonic
hereby certify that the last fails to
attend therein
And nothing contained in this Act pre as directed orattending' or liquor v- I the same terms and conditions prop
scription given by me to the Intndeatnl a* U erties hall be construed to make it unlawful I herein named, prescribing the person use of witness or, refused to to be sworn as a era *et. and things mentioned provided in Section Fourteen hereof. acceptable to the most delicate stomach
I testify, or give evidence in Section Four of this and alll
__._........__. .. Act '|I and I U pleasant to take. You ran soon feel
1 for any Sheriff!: _or_prosecuting at. was on the (Give nr answer any proper) question to other ,
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IMRK: "OVR.. liltDKOKI) COUNTY TELKOKPII, 1>>TARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY.: JANUARY" 10 1919.tfradford I

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of J. J. Crosby and family last Sun r to Lake Butler Friday I prove that the cat is not the only animal week. Guy Pinholster motored to Hump-
County TelegraphJfiMished ) day. Albeit Clark, of EUisville. Columbia who has nine live[. This particular A. B. Suricncy was a visitor to ton Tuesday morning.

A. L. Jackson and family, Mrs. Fouts county, wall in this community Sunday | rooster is a living. wonder; every Starke Monday. Frazier Shuw was a visitor near ,
and :Mrs. A. Scarborough, attendedthe I Itime! he is condemned to death he se- Miss! Inez Abernathy spent Saturday Five Mile last Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
,, (','kl,. and entered 1 nit sc-c- hog killing at J. S. Jack sons' last )Edgar; Summers of Providence, cures u reprieve on tho grounds that in Alachua. : I. W. Pinholster, Jr., and) :Miss
sad class mutter nt III... pime-ollir1. ..tStarhf. :.Monday. Seven hogs were killed, three passed through here Sunday. the preacher folks have been invited L. A. Brown, Louis Clemons and Thelma Ward spent Monday at the
of which belonged to Mrs. O. J. Jack. I Eugene Douglass was a business out to dinner and he will not be need- Cooney Tyler made n business trip to home of Mr. I.V.. Pinholster, Sr.. of
Florida son. They were very fine hogs. visitor' to Lake Butler Friday.Mrs. ,, ed., Then when he sobs them go he! Supp Station last Tuesday morning.. i i Pine' Hill. I
sr I : Cornelius Stevens, of Jacksonville mounts the fence in true Hessian: style! John Shtnvcr is attending United :
Mr Colonel ( and wife and, Cold weather be ,
K.: S. :MAI'IHHUS. I'-dilor: and Ownw.. Crosby moved the who hus been visiting friend and rotes louder thim ever-not States court in Jacksonville this week seems to the date
: have
ICdmunson to
Willie and /relatives 1 i here fur several 1 "cockle doodle duo," but "Invite thupreiuhrr L. A. of Stnrke, here now. "
I'S.11".t'i411' I.ditor.: days rc- Wynn, was on
J. .f'. JlIII farm of'1)1/ :AlcClimcgon, where they Mrs E. M. llazcn and
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See the )Hess son, 'HIM.
l I tu( ni'il to her home in Jacksonville to dinner" business one day last week]
will farm this year II j I nday., I| trained nnimuls-they am living won- Chester Andreu, of New River, was spent Wednesday at the home of Mr: f,,
Tin working. that was to he at the and Mrs A, A. llazcn.
W. 1.. Douglass made a business trip ders. a visitor here Sunday nfteinoon.
I I
[rN: (J ARY' Iglgj I Oval iimetaiy lust 1.'I'hIIlYVIIS postpcim ;, |v> Luke Duller Saturday I, ----.?-- C. M. Andreu and family spent New -
[ I '' -otice- Stu'khold.-;
, ,, d, until the first Friday in Frbru-1 i Cameron Frulick was! visiting among 'IIIKRKSSATheressa ( Year's with their sister's Mrs\ L. Cone i of Met. ting :
rio.'o.,, It.* Wll> ."" iiij, as the weather was so had the friends hero Sunday.J. I I and !Miss Tave Andreu. Notice is hereby given that the n-u- 1

2J3 4 work could not be done Lint 1"riday.1 I I.. llrown: after being confined to .I Jan 10.-S. B. Woodard: "1nr Masonic lodge held its regular I Imeeting ular annual meeting of the stockholders -
A few people met and did what they Ills room for several pneumonia of Jacksonville, spent tho week-end on last Saturday afternoon of the Hank of Stnrke Hill le, "
Jj could : is able to bo out again. here with hnmpfnlkfl.i with a good attendance. be held in its banking roomy ...
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5 6 10 I I :Mr. and ;Mrs Julius Norman are rejoicing .Messrs. It. 10. and .1. S.: Brown are i i J, W.Batten- a visitor to Hampton Air. und Mrs. G. II. Colson had, as Staike, Florida on Tuesday. : Jnmi; ;;.,irv:
-1 over n fine ten pound boy Iwc'omillthe/! largest live stock dealers Saturday. their guests for dinner on :New Yenr's 21, 1910) at 7'iO::J( p. m., to elect a
1516117fI8J9'2021222.3'2fl i that i aim- to brighten their homo a ill Bradford/ county. They hhvokhippid Henry and Samuel Woodard! were day ;Mi. and Mrs. J. Crews, and Un- I board of directors for the ensue" g \ ( 1 few days ago.A nitro cars oQ; hugs to tho Jacksonville -, visitors to the county seat Saturday. t'le John Colson. and transact! such other htisiiu\ .-s .,,
I wood swing; and chicken pilau markets, paying approximately Lester Hall/ of 1 Ifloruhomo, recently Miss: Sara Jordan, who wm visiting may come before them
I I was glen a :ew days ago by Mrs J. $1500 per ear. This speaks) well discharged/ from, service at Camp ;Miss Marguerite bhri\er, left.fnr her GEO.; c. win n i E;,
I.. \Viirn and her daughters / for a community which has always Jackson, spent a few days here last home Milledgeville; (in., Momi.iv.Messrs. jl-'J-.t.: Cashier
]' ( 1 1nil i --- --- --.-___ __ huc'n t.'olshlr'rol'the/ cotton section of uei'k, guest of relat'ves! and friends ; A. A. Hasten and H.) M. 1111- : _ __ __.
I ('1.\Y 1111.1. ITEMS I the county. ,,u. Mrs. Hattie Jngraham hits returned 1..n'C'I'" visitors to Worthington on N. C. CIR FI.iilRf.NNKR: : PE V-
'i I II. Jo;. Brown shipped, three cars of Jacksonville/ .., after several days visit Tuesday morning. I Nfl': :SEED; :
'I ( lav Hill. .Inn. 10.-Mrs. cattle to TumplIlon"uy.; having previously with relatixes here :\liRII'l'l'lIrl Lewis hus accepted' the For {immediate ,
t ''J/o'OIt/l/ / !Hudson' ; j$ un the sick list at this writ I I shipped one ear Jacksonville./ ;, H. S. Roebuck wus a business visitor position as saleslady! in the store of with order I furnish acceptance the nod:\; I(<''d, h
I' ing.Mr. )1111 addition to these there have been Starke: Saturday. II. 1 U.: Brown. on Saturdays. Florida Runner call Seed'; Pmiiiit "r

Jan 'Id w. ;M Andieu, of Charli) : Ben Wilkinson and mother I, several oars of stock shipped/ by otherparties Wednesday night u little "twister- Mis.: C. M. Andrea and daughter/ (cents per pound ($1.50 per'' 'Im !h,,i'''I ,s. f'
ton" S. i ., 'Milting i his put',cuts here motored over to Jacksonville/ Tuesday:)! from, this pluci At tho end /f<'nation" party wus given at the Illaiithi1, were in town shopping 'Tues o. l 10. Lowell, Fin.
this, ; vii "d,(. 'I :\1 r. II. B. Hudson accompaniedby of the season we will give an account home of :Air. and Mrs. Hen Sasser. day.
C. M. Andrea was a visitor to II. S. Starling, made a business I! of stock shipped from Dukes. t There was imite. a crowd I'l'esellt11I,1 W. S. Nalib mailp a business trip to 11. T. HAM.. LOWELL. FL \t.
Starko I trip, over to Maxville dUI'inJthe past' II. S. ;Miller made u business trip to nil enjoyed themselves. Gainesville; Tuesday.School .
.Sunday. week.Mr. I lake [ruder Wednesday. ,i, Mrs. ;Mae Nobles, of Jacksonville: I is progressing ni<'ely.I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Miss Kussel Ware and brother ; E.: II. Carter, and son II. W. | ---- .- --- spent n few days here recently with i Remember: prayer meeting lit the Drugailatt> n fund monpy If PAZO OINTMEN'fellh!
attemli-d the rune grinding\ /givenlit made their usual trip to ..IackMon'illI'lTuesday. 1.\WTEY relatives I FreeWill Baptist church next Sunday corer,, itching: i blftlil nlcedinit or Prntruiltoil, Pil s

(!i. V. Edwards'] Saturday night. I W. W. Packliam was among the visitors evening at 7-IJO::: o'clock. te Insiiintly,tul n liHD relieves after the itching lirst Files amiiiuuioa.: and. .o Price can J.:.,:+
Misses Edith: and Ida Williams and :Miss\ Elsie Starling bpent Sunday i I.iiwtcy, .)an.. 10.-:MUses l Ruby and to Stark Saturday ,
Wesley Williams attended the cone with her grandparents, in this section I K\a: liyrd came over from Jacksonville Thursday night a chicken pilau supper
grinding\ J. V. Jo:dward Saturday ;Mr. S. J. Starling' spent Sunday, ,, and. spent, Sunday the home of their wits given at the home of ;Mr. and
night. afternoon at the home ofIr.; and parents' :Mr. and ;Mrs J. <.::. Byrd i :Mrs. :Madison Hall. A large number

Cornelius Dixon is visiting his Mrs. G. E. Wilkinson, Sr. I O. I.. Thomas came down from I Iof the young folks werocpiesent and
brother, !Mark l Dixon, here this week I Messrs W. :M. and C. M. Hudson, of 1 Cranford, and spent Sunday with his thny! hail plenty of thicken and rice.
S. C. Andreu left Sunday for Jacksonville Jacksonville) spent Sunday with their family here. j i r Among; those who enjojyed the pleasant -
where he will work in the parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hudson. :Mrs ("has. Hess, 'I i]I evening were, ;Misses Daisy Moore
Hev. C" E. Saunders of Side I returned to Jacksonville !: :Mattie
future.W. Sunny ) last week I| Youngblood; Eloise Owsley
Williams passed through here filled his regular appoirttment at ;Max few here after spending a i Khtelle Woodard and .Florence Hall, ,
days account of
the illness
Friday night enroute to Brooker. ville Saturdny night and Sunday. of her husband.Mr. on ;Mrs Addie Adams, of ;Macon, Ga.,

E. N. Hayes was in our community Mrs. C. M. Hudson and children I' and ;Mrs 1). H. Doijr, of Jack-I :Messrs. Ben Hall, Blanton Owsley,
Lavina Hester
and of Jacksonville
and
Monday. son\ille! I II Henry Kilmer Woodard, Calvin
were quests' Sunday at the
business visitorto spent a few days with the hitters Trii-st, Lester Hall of Floruhome
W. J. Ward was a home of ;Mr. and F 1'1j,
L. ]
and ;Mrs H. Hill.
parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Staring.Mr. others.R. .
Starke Monday. /I -.. ;
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William J.
Ahern of
George; / Iharrish was the guest of and Mrs C. E. Wilkinson, of M. Hersey and family, of Lake ', 'sue
was III.'st Sunday at '
J W. J. Ware Sunday night.Rev. Jacksonville, were visiting friends and! Mr[ and Mrs. J, C. Byrd.J. JaCkSonville.// Butler, have moved to our little town. ", I'' '"
H.V.. S. Ware preached a relatives at Maxville and Clay hillluring We welcome them in our midst. I
15. :McCulley, of Jacksonville! ..
was I \
fir ''II tom.
wonderful sermon at Old Bradford! ( the past week. They returned Hen Hall was u visitor to Hampton .
home I ill) I awtejr lust week looking after his I; I ''I\; : ;:, ,; c.\\
Sunday evening I' Thursday .
Sunday night Mr. Ware did not have : ." .
property" intere.sts. ,/I II: ;;':!i\ -( --;:::
Those who IItl'nd'dIa'lville: church I H. M. '
{ I Woodard OJ
his time taken up anywhere else so went to Jacksonville .
:Mr. and Mrs.[ W. C. Wooten left :i' '
rll
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. T. W. ;Monday where he ; '' jj. :
he had services here Sunday. I expects to secure .1 l.1:1/rI,
Friday for MoUae GII.! where
: they // ,
Wilkinson and little //JII,
daughter Katie employment. :I
Billy Surrency is visiting his family I I I '" ,,' 4/11 r
will
Misses Ida and Carrie Starling Uora I spend sometime with relatives !!!1 :Mrs.\ Daniel I III/'JI/l I / .'I, : .' : :
hero this week.W. S. SS, Leach and son. KV.. Jr., of Batten of Jacksonville, .. :' / \.f.t. ;. i.t:, 2.
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Carter, Pearl Padgett, Edith and Ef- two three ;y
M. Hurrell was a business visitor spent or days here last week
fie Starling, and :Messrs. :Nelson Pre I Jacksonville, were in Lawtey Sunday, with relatives. \-oi..... ''/ \ l',. -".,.' -, '. ",'
to Gainesville: Monday. Mr, Leach ) ; .J ," .
to Pi Vanderbuilt of. H. C. Edwards to resume has his returned position ott Wilkinson., Curtis and Ellis Starling and! Leo I fropi J. H :Moore recently and purchased he anti his n farm fllmI"Y ): has:Mrs moved;Mary here.Holder, of Lake Geneva 'if./ \\ tI// ..j"I: / : kf, l."

us professor of thnt school. I Clay Hill school opened altllinIon: will probably move here in the near Miss Florence Hall and brother ".. ,::. . ,: f. ,.s-,7-....,;..;.
day morning after two weeks I lien; / / I .. .. ,... ,.... .' > ....
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\ Mabra I holidays 1-
L.lrrellattendd <
Seeber' Edwards and W K: Torode and V. R. Reddish' spent Tuesday and Wednesdayat ., ) I'' -- i \ .- _.;1\ .
I
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) with Miss Eflle; Harris II.
/ teacher
l-'loiahome fil'w
church at Brooker Sundaynight. guests of relatives.
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I were visitors to JaJacksonville :
Kev. J. L. Strickland passed thru Tuesday. :Mrs.l Gee. Adams left for '> >ft;
Miss It nth 10 Ed \'unU was the guestof this community Sunday morning: Pence Little of:Misses[Jacksonville Virginia and Hettie her home in ;Macon, Ga.,Saturday after spending 10/'iuJ..I',11\' \ ,'." -. , ,:' .... . ,".... ,".QI b--,:
severaldays . .
!Messrs. spent ... .. ..:.' .i' '
Blanche Anclreu Sunday. J. A. and 11. S. Starlingwere ( a week here, guest of relatives tt> w 4' I ; ,
r f la"t'tl'k with friends ..
: in Law ., .
Miss Ruby Parrish has returned to among the visitors to Highland ,! :Miss Ida Hagan wus a visitor to 'iLA':1-"u' . .',
her duties as teacher of this school. I Thursday evening.. tey.Miss 'I Hampton Saturday. J :" ..' ,+._.... .;_ .-. ....: A,<.: ;....;, .)(: '- I' ",,-:
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Luatha Walker of Jacksonville ( ( .
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Mrs. C. W. Edwards, visited her Barney! Lang passed through tins was a guest last Sunday of her E. A. Gaines and wife, of Tampa CY--r .", _..;1 -. .... ":_,1 1 :___",>.'" _-.5--,.... \, ..,... >. l./iIf./ '
parents the latter part of last week. community Sunday evening. 'uncle and aunt, ;Mr. and Mrs J. C.I I are spending the week here, guests of
Blanche Andreu was in l.rookerMonday yule E.; II Wednesday. Carter was evening a visitor to Max Byrd i i her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. :M. Bennett This Machine Embraces the Latest

morning. .
;M. L. Loadholtz home from I
Lucian, Harley and Marvin Hazen W. II. Curter was attending ta business Jacksonville came 1 Miss Beady Croft came Sunday to
attended the cane grinding at J. V. in I.awtey Wednesday afternoon. his family. and spent Sunday with reopen her school on Monday. Application of Gasoline Power to the '"

Edwards Saturday night.C. Leo Wilkinson was a recent Little Misses I Mrs. Fred Cloversettle and children

Monday. H. morning.Newsomo was in Brooker I to Nelson Maxville.Prescott passed visitor// ville Belle and Elnora Bennett Jeannette of Jackson-Carrie of afternoon near Brooklyn! at the, were home guests; of Mr.Sunday and Reduction of Labor on the Farm.
last
with relatives
week
Arthur Edwards attended churchat I Clay Hill section Monday morning, I friends spent in I !Mrs II. S. Roebuck.
one Lawtey.
Brooker Sunday night. jl.Pi.Smit and Butler Blanchardcame Miss Daisy Moore and! brother Cecil Plows Harrows Cultivates and Operates
I ,
Geneva Harrell attended the cane I1UKES from Jacksonville and left Monday for Starke where
grinding at J. V. Edwards Saturday Sunday up at their home here. spent they will enter the High School again. Light Farm
night. Dukes, Jan. 10-The farmers of this Arthur Utter of the U. S. wasa tR. M. King, of Jacksonville was a Machinery.
Harley Andreu was in Worthington section are killing hogs during the truest Sunday at the home navy of Mr. visitor here recently.
Sunday afternoon. cold weather. Quite number of the
a
and Mrs J. Hampton
C. Byrd.
Mr. Willie Raborn, of Jacksonville, School started at Little Springs on The cold weather and new time ser boys were visitors here Sunday after {QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
visited his sister here last week.C. :Monday with a l large attendance. The iously affected the attendance at Sunday noon.
M. Andreu was in the Pine Hill 1 teachers for the term are, Mrs. R. B.! school and church last Sunday- School opened Monday with very Agents for Bradford County. '

action Saturday morning. Warren principal, 1Irs.V.. Dubose, morning, of the little folks not j I good attendance, and all seemed eager ,
Wude Harrell was in Worthington first assistant .and ;Miss Nita Dukes arriving until many church services were I i to study again after their two weeks' -.
second assistant.Mrs. vacation.
Monday. i ,
almost concluded.
Miss Blanche Andreu and W. D. Dukes of I D. W. Moore business (
brother, Worthington. Grace M. E. Sunday school has deridcd was a visitor
W. M. Andreu, attended the cane spent the week-end with Mrs. M. A. that during the winter months I to the county seat Monday.
grnding at the home of J. V. Edwards Dukes. the Sunday school opening time shall I ;Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger, of Waldo To The FarmerIf

Monday evening. Brinkley Hayes passed through our be j 10 o'clock! ( new time) and! church were visitors Sunday I nt the home of
.1 Brinkley Hayes has returned to burg Friday.S. services will follow at eleven o'clock her parents, Mr. and Mrs Madison
his school nfter spending the holidays E.: L. Dukes, of Jacksonville, was I j I 111011.I I
Rev Alfred Evenden, of Grace M. have anything to sell such
with his parents here. visiting relatives here the past week. E. Church who to conference next |' The farmers are taking advantageof you as

1 M. S. Hayes and wife of Bunell, ;Mr. and ;Mrs A. M. Thomas were week, will hold{goes his farewell servicesSunday this cold weather to save their honey pork smoked meat Irish pota-
spent the holidays with his father, visiting the former's daughter/ and I I I morning and evening.. The meat. ,
I
N G. Hayes son, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew (Crawford I Ibe shelled write
general) public is cordially invited to IiiUOK toes corn pecans syrup
,
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Sunday.Mr.:
Seeber :
Edwards and sister, ;Miss New lights have been installed ERi .
Ruby were shopping in Brooker Sat ; anti :Mrs. W. Crews of Hrook- present.in the' churl'h10 that the Ep-- j] and give best prices to Collins &
urday. er, arc visiting :Mr. and :Mrs J. T. An- I worth League and evening services i I Brooker, Jan. -0.-It has been line your

1. Mubry Harrell was attending, to Brews wi'l! proceed as usual at >>:::'W\ and 7:30: weather for saving!: meat and the farmers Collins, St. Petersburg, Fla.
business in Brooker Monday afternoon ;Mr. and ;Mrs. 0. L. Summers of ''po m. i| have taken advantage of the
Providence "spent' New Year's day cool weather. >
:Mrs. E. U) Suyles who has been
H. C. Edwards, and sister, MissGeorgia ; with the hitter's parents Mr. and :Mrs nwav for several weeks on a visit to'i ;Miss Mamie Reddish of Guilford
were in Brooker Saturday I I 1.1. :M. Dukes. friends in Itrnclcntown! is expected to fpent Sunday here with her sister ,
afternoon I ;Mrs. Sarah Douglass! ;Mrs. Ella; turn this! week, and her many: friends i Mrs. J. C. Cone I' .
Mr. Arthur Rivers and daughter Kobie: visiting I !Misses ;Mamie Pinholster and Eunice
: 1 Edwards was a visitorto were IM Lawtey will be delighted to see herat !' I
Worthington Springs Sunday after. I relatives here Now Year's day. home once again. Maxell spent last weekend visiting

noon. ;Miss Eli/a: Dukes was shopping in K:. E.: Burney has closed his meat 'I relatives and friends in Jackson- When You Come to JacksonvilleSEE
;Mubra Harrell was in Worthington Lake Butler Saturday, market in Lnwtey and has gone to viHe, returning Sunday night
Sunday afternoon Earl: anti) Desmond )Dukes and ;Mr. Jacksonville to establish another on Some of our young folks! went on a

.... niton Co:-nun'nts.p tnooetaoMr. Clarence Scuff [attended the party near a larger scale in a thriving neighbor-1; bird l hunt New Year's afternoon but
Waters was in our community Lulu New Year's night. hood near the St. Johns river.! Mr. I I did, not seem to have much luck fi1"-' Most
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson who Huiney reports! good business from j I F.. J. Ward, who has been emnloy- InterestingStore
Miss Blanche Andreu spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs jed in one of the shipyards of Jacksonville .
was the guestof the start and is quite) optimistic con-1 I Q ...tC.'P .
her si"tl'r.Irs. ('. II. Newsome II. Summers, of near Providence, passed veining the< outlook for the future. His I for several months has moved I"'f".... ........, 1[ ...I.J.Jt...lJ' '" I In Florida
of Pine Hill Friday and Saturday. through h're'dnpMday enrouteto friends are wishing him success. The his family back h..re.Iisllls; Olga
C. M. Andreu Wall u business visitor their ho iie near Oeala. town not only loses a butcher but loses I nnd Thelma came last, Tuesday and 45.49V. Bay St. Thru the block to 46 W. Forsyth
to Brooker Saturday .1. C, Ward, and son Johnnie, were A City ;Marshal us w'IIIr.; Burney ,I, the remainder, of the family returnedthe
Eldon Baxter and brother Walter ht.'rclonIIIY; buying eggs having recently been elected to that first of this week
were the guest! of W. M. Andrvu lust .1. ;\1. Dukes made a business trip ro itlon. |:I ;Misses Ilene and Mamie Oliver, who Everything in Books

Tuesday evening to Lake Butler last' week. The residents of Saxton and surrounding -| are teaching near Palatku, spent part
C. 11. Newsom visitor in the Robert Groover, of Brooker of last, week hiTe with relatives.J. .
a was a was a I districts are hereby informed Fiction, Books on Agriculture and other pursuits by reliable
.I Miller section Sunday ,business visitor here Tuesday. that Gospel services will be held in Morgan and Prof. Thomas attended -
Mahrn Harrell was a visitor to ('raw ford-Thmas the Saxton M E. church Sunday afternoon church at New Hope Sunday. authors, Toy Books, Reference Travel etc.
) Worthington one day last week. Wednesday at 10IO:! o'clock at the at 3 o'clock (new time). Rev. W. S. Nabb has been suffering witha
Mr. Willie demons is visiting his home of Elder: and :Mrs. J. R. Dukes, Alfred Evenden who goes to Confer- bad.hand for the past week
1 parents this week. was the scene of a quiet but impressive ence next week will preach his farewell ' Miss Laura Lewis was on the sick Commercial and Fancy Stationery
Ward Crews paused through here wedding. The contracting partieswere sermon at that time. list again last week
one day last week enroute to Worth. Mr. Andrew Crawford of near The ladies of Lawtey and vicinityare A. A. Hazen bad the misfortune to made in
s ngton.C. Midway and Miss Trudie Thomas of advised to keep! their pockets well lose a nice house on his farm last Fine Wedding and Society Engraving our own ex-

; M. Andreu was a visitor to Rai- this place. The bride wore a navy I guarded when in the presence of that clusive plant. Ask to see samples.
ford Tuesday morning.. blue coot suit trimmed with black fur little Shetland pony who recently took Few Escape
\ Raborn is vapidly im- with accessories to match. i up his residence in East Lawtey. He
proving.Mrs. Immediately after the ceremony the I seems to have a fascination for ladies There are few indeed who escape Toys and Athletic GoodsA
C, M. Andreu was a visitor couple departed for their home near pockets, and it has not yet been disclosed having at least one cold during the

.. la the Pine Hill section Saturday Midway. Their. many friends and rel- which of the three he seeks winter months, and they are fortunatewho Toy Shop thy. round Supplies for all favorite
41 Mark Clemons attended the cane atives wish for them. a happy life. apples candy or family secrets. Any- have but one and get through withit open year your
grinding at J. V. Edward. one night way the ladies all agree he's just too' sports and pastimes. .
and without serious
last week. :MILLER cute for anything. I quickly any
Misses Eva and Ruby Parrishac- Several robberies have taken place' consequences. Take Chamberlain's

companied by Seeber Edwards, attended Miller, Jan. 10.-The many friendsof within the last few days. The grist i Cough Remedy and observe the direc- THERMOS BOTTLES. A necessity in all seasons
church at Sardis Sunday.Mr. George Miller are glad to know mills ot Messrs. A. M. Blanchard and tions with each bottle, and are
C. W. Edwards wife and little that he is able 'to return to his home, Joe Brown have both been broken into you FLASH LIGHTS Useful everywhere and safe;
daughter, were the guest of Drew after being in'the Riverside hospital, and quantities of rice and other articles ! likely to be one of the fortunate ones.The I
.s Dukes and wife Sunday. Jacksonville, for several weeks. stolen; the home of the :Moseley worth and merit of this remedy PICTURES Picture Framing Artists Goods

If Miss Virgie Thomas who I is teaching family now in Jacksonville was en has been fully prov 'n. There are families -
$ RISING ITEMS: at Pleasant Grove spent the week tered. In every instance a brace who have always used it for Practical GIFTS for all occasions .
I with her parents. Mr. and :Mrs Roland and bit were us 'd to force entrance.
) with
Rising Jan.: lO.-&Well. this is the !| Thomas, returning to her school Sun. The entire town Is now on the watch years! when troubled a cough or KODAKS, Photo Finishing of the better sort ,

beginning of a New Year and we hope Iday.f for night marauder. and! it is likely togo cold- and with the very best results..

# ., everybody will try'to make this aprosperous I f Leonard Summer, of Providence hard with them if caught in any Mail inquiries receive attention
and Influenza prompt
Colds Cause drip
i one. I wan visiting frlcmH here !unda .. suspicious act.
( M. M. Crosby and family ac.com- | :Mr. Shackleford of Lake City was The sparrow on Grace church LAXATIVE BROUO QUININE Tablets nrnon the --
I'e ranted. by Mrs. M. J. Fouts and sister j in this community last week. le reports that n certain rooster .tt't.'P-1 I ease Tber U only one "Broma Qulnla." 'I
, I Mrs. A. Scarborough, visited the home [I N. II. Stokes made a business trip lies variety ii trying his Eo W. GROVE'S 8IQUature 00 box. JOo. ,


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The Sunday edition of the New York I Mrs Lilly Andrews spent the weekend I! FOR SALE-10 gilts, 4 brood sows, r .

HeraKl, December 2SHh, gives the pictures with her father Mr. Kill Andrewa! i Huroc strain. Geo. A. Gardiner. uOFFirJS CASKETSAnd

of noted 011lcI'rs'ho have died t buss Josephine Illume spent Sunday 11-15-tC. a full line ofUndertakers'
; Bits of LocalInformation 1 for their country. The lines above the with ;Miss Gertrude; Parrish.Mr. I "*"" """" .--

I >. 1 1. Illume and daughter FOU! SALK;-Krick store building on Supplies

I'''llnvt- 1'iud in Full-Americana" Who :MI-.S Ida) made a business trip to Call street next door to Powell's Automobile HciirMAlvmjs -.

"ii 'llln\i Ilicd for 'Iht'iiFlair.! . Lioutonint Lake) Hutler Thursday.Mis.es . : corner store See :Mrs. J. C. Carter, on luind. 'Ihe bust Ht
Diehard Ray White, of Hal'l", was
,iimoni the number of ollU'ors \\lio-si- I : Unnce und Aneil, Purrit.li werebusini's Starke. 12-27-5t: vice at the lowest pru-cn. :Specincattention

ol the cullers at the home of I K. J. 'o telegraph orders
tin islou :
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tuniipmiii" II
4.w..rors/.. ?..at.. a.aM... a.rdtr..l..a i i' t pu Andrews,, '>IIII)' moiniiif,
Ia ... C.rsrr.wd T...... IIt'rlll.l. . _. HF.MiIAN; JI.\HI'S-IlIisl': ltelfflnn I
-- -.- -I Dl Ir. and \I i's. 11. ,I. Thomas revivedthe hares and save the butcher, bill.. Registered Embalmer

$2.50 Ladies' Flannel old custom of Sitting till "bedtime" Finn lot of young rabbits now rendv. '-.
I I gownsat i with 1\1".111111" !Mrs. |I'. 1'. (Dekle Monday i Como and see them. Joseph Holt. DeWITT C.JONESStarke

$1.70 at Cash DepartmentStore. evening. Come again. Brooklyn, Flu. 12-J7-II: ,; ,I I It(

See Stump for bargains. Mi and Mii., i.. V. :Moore aiiin I llemy Kerce is back on his job of ---- Fla.
..r.' of thin. 'liters' written cat .. ,
11 pi" i sim-* fishing He is meeting with success !
FOR LI'-Goorl: farm 11.2: miles I
.
I i i.iiini' ,I tiii. f 11< their son, Aubrey ill onlchiiiff the fish also in
ni find-
Ir.. T ,intKt lutui\) hat mused.! northeast of Stnrke '
ey ui' d "- I I =Notice of Stockholders MttinK on T.awtey pub-
t... I.al City. I i France M:"miuhn, i now in ttordeau\. :i Notice I i-i hereby J given: that thestockholders i I liiijf n market for them.. lie lo.Yl; lit: acres' land dwelling) and
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-- -- -- of tho Lnwtcy State Bank burn, and one acre strawberries.
Ituilc'r-nut, bri"ad nnu lolls, fresh every --- '''- ] of I.nwtcy, Flo. will hold their annual =Notice of Stockholders Meeting Price $IL't: )((. Also seed corn seed

nait the t :Model Uak"ry.Liciiicl We are closing out our win- I meeting nt the office of said Hank Notue. is hereby 1 given that the pot aIoos' horse, buggy, wagon told COTTONWHILE

ter goods. Get your real bargains on Tuesday Jnnunry 11. 191 9, nt :3 stockholders of the Hampton State farming implements. Ii.i ..nIl./ .
| -innke. for your meat at J. : o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing Hank of Hampton ,Fin, will hold their Starke. l-'l-2t.: :

1K ,.i Kilter's. at Stump's..Mi' : a board of directors und trnnsactinpr annual meeting nt the olllce of aid .. - -' -

- ..- ---- --... any other business! that mny properly bank on Tuesday, Jnnunry 11 I, 1M! !), nt rou RENT HOLDING
$4.50 black! silk plaid sale I ,and, ;MiKnyiil, I George ha'e1I1"'d come before them 7 o'clock p. in., for thu purpose of
into. the T.''''don cottage on :V.nlmtt :. .1. c. BYRD eloctinjf a hoard! of directors! and INSURE WITHJ.
price $2.95 at Cash Depart \\' ,t..erl" \,11'a., .. recently- 132t. Cashier transacting, any other business that FOR UK:NT- Neat {fives loom tit Jnke.
nt d I lMr.. Tul II. HaUitfan and may properly come before them. Cheriy street. Mrs! \Vm. Edward;; '! ,
ment Store. :fiimily. A. A. FUTCU. Stili" "'. I-KI t :'I. R Davis & Co.
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100 Ladies' Rib Underwear . .
I 1 *. Cushier.Nn1lfa -- ------ -y--

I"l.i',11 tin- Rae Weeks, of LaCrosse, Repairs/ are I"ill/-, / nlllfl ut the IItation sale price 71 cents at Cash Department - W.\ TI-IJ: STARKE FLORIDA
sj J i eel' the no K-end with Louise! Stewart l h the carpenter" gang of the Seubnnrtl Store. OP KCTIOV' ,

1llil"'HY.'w: : flooring has h"'n Igss.Ity Hi."f Ih luin.rratiil, Sim". ,,f In|I'torhlu| thorn. liv.h,-III-I HnarU School nr W.\ NTI'U. hive dealers in ftradf"rduntnlty ", .
II.iel in both waiting rooms add etherrrpulra I 1'lllillfImlnucl.in. of llin.lrfinl' "'..n"ly hi-n-liv to handle 8"I1I''aotor( : [ Cms, -- -
broil, faun for rent or half-crop. II1l1e\\<'. Notice= of Stockholders Meet inn nrilvm nn i-li.-tu.ii lo InIn.1,1 In Sinc-lnl, ft-hiwl, \ list price $!M)0.00.! Attractive" 1
Bank .of St'Il'I' ,('. l-U-21.: Notice is hereby given thnt the regular > Tux t nh.trii-1. No 1 I. 'I'h.n, ,,n Siitimluy.. proposition
---- -- --- -- direct ..
annual meeting of the stockholj-) I' .'"IItulO" "I b. i-ij'i!, fi-r Hi,' ,inirinniiof rln-llnir ; factory connection I
$2.00 Linen Waists Sale Mini HI.|IIH and lo ilH.rmlmho( nmiiunl I Immediate shipment availableWrite -
DliiIrew of the Ilrndford Hank will .
:Mi. nail ; Reddish nn.1dault'hh'I' I ere County r minim. i" IKiunnuu.il.. wire for iiifuriniition. TheSeiiecn '
;Mary, vvec guests of N. T. price $1.19. Cash DepartmentStore. !lloe hold in its bunking rooms in I Fur J hi. iiri-oi.i-| or hold the I null cli-c- or:Motor Car, Compnnv" .
Hitch Tuesday... jStaike' Flornla, on Tuesday. January thin thirolhinlnr mil tinge, lmbion ai,._
I i ,pninlril. M / SulllMin. i. M. torlii, Ohio Well
111, 1910, at 7J:: ( p l m, to elect nbonrd j' l I.>. W. Mnurv t Mi-nm-tt and __ ____. 1..1 Keep
of directors for the ensuing
year T H 1'1-11: ICIII'I"'F.II.
Red Cross LOST
Pay your memo Miss Flora A. Cady, R. N., or Hasp and transact such other business ns hnirnmn. Hunril riddle limtriicUiin, Kmilfonl
bership dues to Jos. E. Wilson. hospital Camp Sevier, Greenville: S. may come before them i 1, t'. is fluent : LOSTA red back l letter file, contain- poisons! of undigested
spending a thirty-day furlough J. II. K1TCII.; JR.. K. R I'OPPEMj,
with her mother at the Curly home 132t. Cashier. I''o | inK numerous letters and papersLetters tood to accumulate in
Holli Knight' spent the weekendat SuH-rinli-nili| cost of Starke. .--- -- -___.__ I addressed to myself This your
Lake Hutler with his friends, J. K.: are absorbed Into your
and Hal Maines.Our 4'4Ll' . 4'tInA. CCa4. l' 3' AI' Hill-:'KII-F'S 8 \l K file was lost. between Jacksonvillennd ,
,, J. W. Morgan returned home Mon- ,;-, Not l'e In hereby given tlml iimli-r, unit l-y Alachua Fla. Suitable reward system. Indigestion headache, constipation bad

nice than day from, !St. Petersburg where he =NKW: 01' OITR SOLDI Kit HOYS\ .* llu-Mrtue.,'nl nr I i.f nn the i-xi-ciitlon rli-rk' of Iniiiit-i'Ihn. out flrcult nf n.iil Court unt serge cheaper ( spent several diiys on business He ,1' s, mot far IIrH.I<.>nl. roomy ..rl"n. ilnliil the Alachua, Fla. It. other troubles are bound

wholesale prices is going fast.Stump's. reports" the "Sunshine City" filled, with . . . . . . J-'lh W!' C ilicy\\h.n of, '\111 and<...1, ,W.A. M I 11 Whilti-n.\I'llH. I In favor. of ,, to follow. Keep your
tourists and booming! in business ( .nrtlirm.ilolnu ?
I thousands
a clean
I".n '"H no %V. C. whit ton 011 Co system as -
way. Mr. und :Mrs. l n. .1. llynl, of Graham ......".1 .loo (;rune, 1 1. W. J. Rmwrnnn.ends AM of others do, by
have received letters from their nhi-rlir .,f llrn.iroM. county. Florliln will .,-11 Liking an occasional dose
Mrs. Lottie Smith, of Tampa spent nt public unit- to Ihn hluhml. ii nil ,. .l Mil.lcr/ WANT...Three plow hands
of the old reliable
Every day is bargain day atStump's. sons Lee mail Sdiell, "Somewhere:; in for cnfh. on the .Ir.l day of IMiruniy. A, l>. vegetable h
two weeks with her mother Mrtt. A. linnet," saying they are. enjoyinggood Inlet' \ In fr-nl of the court 'l'ou.. .lour In to do regular farm work. family liver medi
H. Allen of Staike. health and both have been on SlnrkiI I flortdn I . t Ihifolloulinr daerbiii. I himU cine.
,
l ling mil. In ..
lln.irrl
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I German! ..oil.. ) l.ee wrote that he had wit : loiinty. KioiMn, t. Employment day in
!\Irs'- JYr ( spent the first Among the visitors to Starke during I horn' in real German; homes and sold! I I Tho Nortlnn Qnnrl.-r of NoHhi-iint" O..l.r- every Thedford's a
of this week visiting relatives in Valdosta the week was Captain P. I.. Gas- they were awfully kind to him gave ','l.r of !"it-lion ::14. Tp. 4. S It Il! K J : nlm the Nice house to
and !Dasher Ga. I kins, who was.. recently mustered out him plenty to ('lit. 1It'ool bed to sleep I h. North llnlf of Northwi-nl <)',nrl.-r of year.

-- I I lot service after serving for several on and \vim> to drink; ,I NiirlliHiM, C'; ..r .IJuiirt,.' much"'r of Ihi-n-of Si-rtlon n. 1S U. noe.iiii Tp. I,irv S. It'I to. live in. Apply L. H. Hill.

$1.50 value L Lisle f hose, sale months in the legal: department J of the !\Ir..J. G!. Ititeh. of flit iford, has .(y ,nl 1,1| i-M.riillon and ri .t> In thin' \behnlr. BlackDraught

army. received a wire, from her son, Mai ii ion i i Lawtey, Fla.
price 49 cents at Cash Depart- W. J. r'I'I'FUSOV: : .
: announcing his ariival back
lirowmnir
I-t'
-el. Shi-rlir llraiir.u.l' c. IIMfLA ', ..
ment Store. :Mrs. II. s. Warren and children. in the States, after serving with the 1- .____ __ __"___ .
Ha'c-l: and ;Divers' of Clajno, have American Expeditionary; Forces in : Mm. W. F. Pickle, of

Former County Judge Th business street, anil the children have I Pri\nte Harry Pinkston. who has D A Tonic Laxative "\Vc have aced 1 hed-
of Luke Butler
a
kle Starkv .was. ( entered,: the Bradford County High been ",','villlUIII'I"| :-;11111oll1": <-''wh"I'- ADVERTISING that sill remove the title from the Liver end ford's Blacl-I )caught asa
visitor Tuesday.I
to
- School. in I-"rll"," '" has bet'n spc"idiiiK. ' .1 tin .. clrMimthoSyMpinlllOUOUGlll.Ywlchinit nrlplnil. family mccJicinc.! My l
day furlough with n-l.itives at Milk -- -- or disturbingthg otuniiu'li Is truly a I'urfoct La''*- I inot'.tcr-iii-l.tw: could not
!. J. Snpp, a well known citizen! of <)NK CI-NT: A N1)1111 FOR KAOI: I.HMl'K: alive. like calom 'llIi it seemed
Private Pink ton he Kind to
75 cent Boys' Fleeced Underwear says was I'ASII IN '
AllVAM
the New River section was a businessvisitor B LAXFO.WII Ii PEPSIN:'\! too strong fur her, so she
the Anvrrtlrmnta ,,
get back to tutK.Cllrl lonrrti-d unit thU head
to Starke Wed'iesdjy.Good sale price 49 cents at Woolen returned last! week to meal tin paid In .dune. Ni .dvi-rcl>roirnl Is the name of a Ri'llnhlu end Pnrfn-t I. unlive used lil.Kk-Drjui'litnsa; 1''
Cash Store.An'one received for one Inirrtlim acrrvlrH for !Ir.. than torent. .whit, soon relieves SILk lluuilnc:hu. l>l.rln..... In I mild laxative and liver
his home having
shoes cheap atStump's. Department in I.awtey .. For ln.l.nr.: A lU-wnrd nHvrrti.rmrnt dlduet ion. Siiininch Trniililii. (.u and I'llvs ccium,.J regulator . We use! it
going un honorable discharge from the U. S. I''on. Inn-rtliin. will h* 25 rrntu; If far more by *Torpid Liver and fiiiniclpniliin. Always u.na in the family and believeit
wishing information concerning army.Friends. I rent than a ou word.lnrtl NuU'ln"will charged.h. rh.rpd for at I Reliable LO"OIIY8 la tho trealincot ol Colds, Grip is the best medicine for i
soldiers in the U. S. Army and rl'lutivpof Paxton aocl luflueoza. the liver iliad e." Try II.
-- who is stationed I Iglad I.A.X.FOS WITH! FFPSIN; I. a Ilqcilil Dlnmlvit' I
address, their Shirley, overseas, are
to W. R.
S. I. may inquiries Insist on the cenume-
and Rev.
W. M. Ovorstreet he it FOR SALK: Tonic Laxative excellent In its cllvrt oa llio f
Hendrix of Lake Butler, were busi- Castle, Jr., Director Bureau of Communication to know that getting alonir System both at a tnnio sail an Inxatlvn.. It In 'I 1 hc foJ'J's.( 25c: a pack
American Red Cross )lust as diem 1 for Chllilri-n. an for Aellllltt. ileaMut" L'-7S
ness visitors in Starke Friday. Washington D. C. well.Guy( Prescott' of the U. S. navy stationed FOR LI--1I11I: ! Model Ford Touring ': to IHke. Children: Ilk. It. Me.Mmlaanil age.(
at Charleston, S. C., is spending car. T. J. Griffin, turk.., Fla., ,' x-oinninndml; tn.tho public by Paris
Mmllilno (Vi. St. l niaoufattureta ofGrov..Tasteless
.!Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children returned ( a 15-day furlough with his par 132t. :; chill: N'DIo.:; I
home Sunday from a visit with It is a sight the money you ents :Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott.

relatives in Gainesville and Ocala. can save on shoes at Stump's.Mr. ,. --
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FIVE MILK

$5.00 Silk Waists sale price : Lee Youngblood. and family

$2.95 at Cash DepartmentStore. have moved up from Hampton and I ,Five Mile Jan. 10.-:Mr. and Mrs. .

are living: on Capt. S. A. Bryan's farm n. J. Thomas have lately returned
'north of Starke. Three children from from u trip to Waycroxa, Ga.! und Out Stock
I this family have entered the Bradford other points... They report a pleasant Selling
Miss !Mane Livingston left Monday County High. School time renewing acquaintances and visiting -
morning for Gainesville (!a., to resume relatives.Mr. .
her studies at Brenau College. : and :Mrs. D. I. I'.lumr visited.
all
$2.50 Silk Waists colors
Mr. and :Mrs. 1'. 1' Dekle Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert W.Anderson sale price $1.95 at Cash De- Mr. and ;Mrs. Clyde Colson passed
During the next ten days I going to sell out entire stock
are receiving congratulations over the through our section :Saturday; on a visit am my 01

arrival of a son, born Deeember 20th. partment Store. to Mis. Colson's.. sister, Mrs Han,',' of Feeds, Hay, Grain, Groceries at cost. t

Thomas.Mrs. .
25 cents at :Mr". H. c. Hie-hard has returned : S. :S. Proctor, of Lake Kutlvr.visited .
Hickory. stripes home, afterpending! some tune in her daughter ;Mrs.1'. p. I Di-klc. Salt per sack $1.10.

Stump's. Iiiiltimore! :Mrs Itu-hard spent the New Year's lay. She was, accomparu
__ rh'istmas hc.lidavs. < m ;Maeon. (ia., ed homo bv her jrrandc-hildrcn, Marcus Gold Medal Flour at $12.25 per barrel.

:Mrs. E. T. King, of Atkinson, (!in.. with her von "rl.'t. Frank Ft. Lane' and Norma Dekle I who will ri'surm

spent the past week at the home i.f who i. stationed at ramp Wheeler their studies in the Lake Hutler Hijr'i:, Only the above will be mentioned as a guide to what the pricesin

her purt'ntRIr.! and ;Mrs. S. J. I'rt'- School
bliss Norma |tickle had as holed.i\' our entire stock will be. Prices in everything will be lower

cott. Pay your Red Cross mem- guests' her cousins.., lissr. :\1".1\\;, than will be for
they again Buy supplies now
Mrs. .1 .I'. M.iines and sons J. F. bership dues to Jos. E, Wilson. ird i Lu'ilp'lIrn"H., of Johnstown and years. your
the, :'vtiss. hubs Proctor of Starkr. also n i
and Hal, of Luke Butl"r.1'1' Ih.1
Jr. ...
fri.'nd.Ii.: Pauline llntrher. fHoirielariil
guests of Col.! and ;Mrs. I 11. 1-;. Knight Luther Powelli mor member of "
J r (la.MIHSCJ .
firm if Powell A- Powell well known Young
Trading Company
recently
I < Doll( and) (;Iladys Ilukc were', "
i buck hispest
at
------- tiirp'-rtinc- oJ"rlllor' is
others ut the home of Sirs. I'. I'. l tie
$2.50 value' ladies black ,, with the fIn ,i. iifti'r" having served kit afternoon
Monday
I
forivi r-il nn.nth the naval I
hose sale price $1.19 at Cash in reserve Miss I ;Maude Shaw has opened) !
MIva- ueently" mustered out Starke : : Florida
of .. again, after the usual holiday vaia : :
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Store. serve' .
Department tion. The attendance i is, good in spiti-'
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I of the cold weather.We .
Telfair Long left :Monday for f'ol-1 $6 to $7 Children's Coats at are having plenty of i ice" and l

lege: Park Ga., where he will resume S3.95 at the Cash Department frn'tIt present which makes wint-
his studies at the Georgia Military term the real thing.

Academy I Store. I Many of our farmers lire busy plant.
lOll outs and planning their crops for

Mrs J. W. E wu'rdsill return to I Cr(1., Cooper of Dublin, na..1 this year. Not many will plant cotton

her home in Jacksonville today, after who hu,. been spending several I this season. "A Receipt in FullThat
spending scv f days in Starke with I,I in Starke at the home or G. W. dUY",1, Mrs. Martha Touchstone d is,. visiting ) .
relatives. i grove, returned to hiM post of duty ut her granddaughter, I1rs.111.: | & Kelly, 'I

_ I Fort Srriven Thursday. He expressed of Fort Call. .
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will himself n* being well pleased with
Heavy yellow homespun his first visit to Starke and will prob- Half Your Living

be 20 cents at Stump's Satur ably visit this section! again at an ear-

day. i ly date.. Without Money CostWe i ia what you have for every bill of account you pay l Iy then k. You don't even

___ are all at a danger point. On nerd to make a memorandum of the payment. 1 he bank keeps he I account for you.
returned Friday $3.00 Silk Waists, sale price the use of good common senao In our L-
Mrs. E. R. Poppelf
after spending a week with her par $2.45 at Cash Department I 1919 farm and garden operations depends "- I
prosperity or our "KOlnf broke. ..
enta Mr. and :Mrs. II. Tomlinson, of Balances
Store.The Even at present high prices no ono Your Cash Always
Lake Butler.J. .
ran plant all or nearly! all cotton buy
food and wain at present prices from
editor of the is in
H. Ritch and daughters, Marvin letter Telegraph Henry supply merchant on credit, and mako You have trouble and bills. call the bank
visitorsat receipt of a from Captain and higher In no hunting up receipts receipted Just on
and Maggie: : of Raiford were money. Food grain are
the home of the former brother, Freeman American, 106th Expeditionary Engineer Forces Regiment - proportion than aijo present cotton forjyour check, and you have the evidence complete.


N. T. Ritch, Tuesday._ sale about. ,Captain completing Freeman's a large reembarkation regiment is- safe prices.It's; a to time produco abovo all all possible others to food play, This bank solicits your deposits large or small, and invites you to pay your bills throughit.

35 cent Hickory Stripes, camp at Brest, France. He says gram and fora nupplloa on your own It's the SAFE way. 6I

price 28 cents at Cash Depart they have another big job after this acres ; to cut down the store bilL I :1t
camp is completed and when it is done A Rood piece ot garden: ground\ ' J
ment Store. \\ e 4 cent. on savings accounts, compounded quarterly f'lace your Liberty
__ I they will probably be sent home. rightly planted, rightly tended! and pay per
kept planted tho year round, can bit Bonds and other valuables in a safely deposit box cost is umall.
John Thornton and family have Friend of :Mr. L. A Davis Jr., will made to furnish newly half your liv
moved back to Starke from Raiford, sympathize with him in the death of ing. It will lIa'I morn money
and hiB children have entered the his only brother which ooc-urrod Tuesday than you nut do on tl i hi t two or I
Bradford County High School. night at Crandall! Fla, after an three acres! elf ro*''>n yo'l e.cr prow! BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

--. .-_ illness with pneumonia following an flattings' I'll .K;"od Hook tolls all I,
Richard of Jacksonville attack fit influ..n/n. At the time of hi1brother'lI about tho rlr':: .'.1 I II.t a t..'" / sating
:Morgan u..d tN: ve'jlilcJ to" put Bradford Financial +
week-end guest at the home of death his mother was also garden : County's Stronghold
was a E. S. Matthews.! Starke critically ill and! he himself was confined In It. It tell t.bo-t tilt farm crops ax 4
his uncle. well aril shows the clear road to ESTABLISHED 1889
to his bed at his home in this you
Richard will be pleased -
of Mr. .
friends '
that he could not to them. real u -I rrrrular farm pronperl'Freo. t"s
he has recently been rity so go STARKE FLORIDA
that
to know fend for It today to f' 3.
His mother is much improved. ,
of the now very
promoted to the cashiership HASTINGS, CO., Atlanta, ...-A Jacksonville street railway company. .
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/, PACK >"I IV II. "".""''''''' COUNTY THLKOKPII.: 1>r.\ilK'k. FLORIDA FRIDAY: JANUARY JO. 1919. t

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I that the cat is tho only animal week. Guy I'inholatcr motored to Hump .
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Luke Butler
of J. J. Crosby and family last Sunday to Friday. prove
flradford County Telegraph I Albert Clark, of Ullisvillc, Columbia who has nine live*. This Ilurllcuroost'r A. B. Surrency was a visitor to ton Tuesday morning.
county WOK in this community Sun- lar is a living wonder; every Stuike Monday Frazier Shaw was a visitor near "'
A. L. Jackson and family, :Mrs.attended Fouts (lay. I time he is condemned to death he secures :Miss Inez Abernathy spent Saturday Five :Mile' Inst :Sunday: afternoonMrs. .
Mifc. A. Scarborough
und ,
ItbH hd Urrhlf.. and entered aft HIT- the hog 'killing ut J. S Jacksons' last | Edgar Summers of Providence, a reprieve! on the grounds that | in Alachun. : I. W. I'mholster Jr., and MiH:
/ passed through here Sunday. the preacher folks have been invited L. A. Urown, Louis Clemons umiCooney Th'lmliVard spent I
alSlltrk. Monday
_nit class| mailer 111 tin' po.duliiepodds. Montlny. Seven hugs/ were killed, three ut the 1 S
of winch belonged to Mrs./ O. J. Jacker I Eugene Douglass was a business'; out to dinner, und) he will not be need, Tyler made a business trip to home of Mr. I. W. I'inholster, :Sr: of
... FI / fine hogs. I victor n to Lake! Duller Friday. (,d.I Then when he sees them go he Snpp Station last Tuesday! niorninjf.John Pine Hill. |
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son. w
very Mrs Cornelius Stevens, of Jacksonville mounts the fence in true, Hessian style I Slirivcr is attending United I
cy Mr Colonel Crosby and wife and | who has been louder than .vO.r-no"t :State court in Jacksonville this wp..k. Cold weather seems to be tin da| t(
:. s, :M.VI IIIKWS.; : Editor: and Own'r. have visiting friends and ciows: 1 :
Williu Kdmunxon moved to the J.nd reliilivps here foJ several days, reI I "cockle doodle. loll," but "Invite the) L. A. Wynn of fctarko was here on 'I now.
J. t'. KOlil.NSON. AMNoiialf Ixlitur: I in'in of/ .McClum-gon: " where they I turned, to her home in Jacksonville' 'ptc'Uelrrr to dinner." See the Hesstunned 1 business: one day lust week) !Mrs. E. M. Hazen and son, Punt,

will farm this jour.' I1 i Il'iday. | t animuls-they are! living wonders 1 hector Andreu, of New River, win spent' Wednosilav at thc home of ;Mr\ :
The w"01 King that wall to be ut the W. I.. Douglass made u business! tripi . ,,11 visitor, hero Simdny aftc'inoon., I and :Mrs A. A. Iliucn. ..

J. NtJA1&LAINMM I I Hynl amatory last Friday was post- 1,i i to, Luke Butler Saturday. I -- .-- C. :\Andreu, und family spent New Stot'kholders-M --
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l219! ,piiiml'' until tinfmt+ Friday in Frbru-I I I i I Cimii'ron Frulick was visiting among i ifriends iiuitissA: : Yonr'B", with their sister's Mrs! L. Cone il-Notice of ;;;;

I j TI .I. MlD ; In'e-rLMe7: ary. as the w"athWIIS so bad the' hero Sunday. | und l :Hiss" Tllven.h'eu.. is hereby given that the n-g.
I vvoik; .'.>uld not !be, done last Friday. ,> J. L. lrown: after being confined to I 7heTc-.su, Jan. 10.-S. B. Wciodud' The Masonic lod,,o held its regular I ular annual meeting; of the :stockholders .
: 2I34 I I A few peoplo met and, did what+ the Y '.. hm loom for sever al pneumonia of Jacksonville, spent the week-end meeting on last Saturday afternoon of the Bank of Rtarke will |bo

FZ11 I ll ould I. \is able to be out again. I here with homefolks. with u good nttcndancp t lie, held in its banking rooms in
L91011 :Mr. und1rs., : Julius Norman ore re- .Messrs." D. rand: J. S. Brown al'o'j' J. W. Batten was a visitor to Hampton Mr. und. :Mrs. G. Ii. Colson had ns Stnrke.. Florida on Tuesday Jamimv+ 1
joking over 1fJlle, ten pound boy l becoming the! largest live stock deal-1 Saturday. their elH'sts I for dinner on Now Ypnr's' :21! 1919! nt 7-0::! ]n. m., to elect a
; 1 : that (Mine to brighten their home a ersin Bradford< county. They hhvol I henry uiiii Samuel Woodard werevisituis' tiny Mi., and ;Mrs. J. C..ws111,1. Uncle bnnnl of directors for the ensue' It M ir
121314151617 I 18UK few days HjfO.ood shipped; nine curs ofyhugs tho JaVkHOnvilK I to the county seat Saturday. John Colson. nnd' tiniisjut such other bus-in',' .,i.
I19,20,2122'23 I- I I46i21.28 .\ \\' swing; and chicken jnlauWIIH ? markets, paying upproximutc-I Lester /Hull of Floruhomcrecently :Miss. Sara Jordan, wlto'Viii visiting may come before them
; 241 ffiM-Mi n low days ago by :Mrs. J. I ly $ ,'r, () This speaks well/ dischnnrc-d' from, service at Camp! ;Miss Marguerite Shruer, left for her GKO.; C. Will I 11.I .
: L. Wiirn and her ,daughters.iTn j for n community which has always Jackson spent a few days here last hoin" nt :Milledgt'ville\ (in, Monday. i l--"t'' : Cashi",.,'
31 : been considered! the cotton section of week guest. of ,leliit've.s/ and friends. Messrs.' A. A. Hn/vn and I7. M. ]lla[ --- -' -- -
29.D: J J1 ( ',: .imj7Tri\iV": ;: the county. ,_ Mrs: :\1111 Ii.' Ingiuham/ bus returnedto zee wire visitors Worthington onTuesd.iy N. C. OR FI.OIm.nt': foR: l'fit-
I I 1)). E. Brown shinned three cuts of Jacksonville, titter several days visit / : morning. I 1'\1" SEED: :
-- ', ( Inv Hill!, Jan. 10.-:Mrs. II. Cattle ' ,u Monday" having previously with relatives heie. I I ;Miss\ I't'iirl Lewis has ncccpted the For immediate aril
/ acceptance (e h
shipped .1 i
Mil'01(11 !I In.Nun/ )t, on the :sick list ut HUH H.// one" cur to Jacksonville. H. S, Roebuik was n business visitor position as snlesludy in tho store ofII. with order I cart furnish t tinN: (r' "
mfe'. In addition to these: there have been to Marke Saturday I. K Brown, on Saturcliys.Mis : Florida Runner Seed 1'1'/1',111', < i s

Jan JII] \\1.: .\ndieii.ofChirlis-, Mi; lien! Wilkinson and mother, several curs of stock shipped by other Wednesday night u little "twister- \ . C. M. Andreu, nnd daughter, cents per pound' ( $1.50 per l.u. !h..I i, ] f .
toff. S ( .. "visiting hn patents: here, motored over to Jacksonville Tuesday. I j parties' from this place. At the endof f'nation"" party: WUA given at the IJlniuho, wire in town shopping Tues- o. l b. Lowell, [<'la. '
this ck. :Mr. H. U. Hudson, accompanied tho season will give an accountof hone ">.I'l ;Mi. and Mrs. Lien Susser.i dnv.
wi by II. S. Starling, mud, a business l I .stock shipped, l from Dukes i There was quite. a crowd present and 1 W. S. Null, made a business trip toJamesville II. T. 11.VL1.. LOWELL. PI 1.
c. M. Andrort'' wa a visitor to trip over to Mllxv,lie during the past II. S. ;Mile) mudi n business trip to all J I enjoyed themselves. (: Tuesday. -

Stnrkf- Sunday. M eek. I Lnke I Butler Wednesday.. ,, Mrs ;Mac\ Nobles, of Jacksonville, School is prngri"iing nicely.;! Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Miss HU"H"IVnre und brother, :Mr. E. II. Outer and son II. W. ,. ------- ---- i 'spent a few days here! ,recently with Ki-mcmbpr:" prays i-r meeting, at the UrndalaH refund money If PAZO Ol VTM ENT fniln"
Httendi'd the' fane grinding, given made their usual trip to JUCIsonviiteTuesday / 1.WTEY 1'.lativl's.i Jo't'eViII Baptist chimb next Sun la euro I Itihliiil.:: blRld\ (f edinit or Frolruillnil Pit,!
at G i. V. IMwards'; Saturday night. ,: Instantly relieves I In hinrt Files I and you can I'trcailul
W. W. PaeKluim was the visit -
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;I among day ?evening at 7'0 o'clock. Bleco after the Urst au.iiu>luU. Yrbnute:
Misses: Edith and Ida Williams and Miss; Elsie Starling spent Sunday |, Lnvvtey, Jnri. 10.-:Misses Ruby und uis" to Still l Wesley Williams attended the cane with her grandparents in this section( Eva Byrd! came over from Jacksonville Thursday night chicken pilau sup-
grinding ut J. V. Edwards' Saturday :Mr. S. J. Starling spent Sunday'' and, spent Sunday nt the home? of their_ l I'l'1. was given at the home of :Mr. and,
night I afternoon at the h inof :\1 r. and' parents, :Mr. und(Mrs, J. C. Byrd u Mi: ."t. .\Madison Hall. A large! number

Cornelius Dixon is visiting his Mrs. <;. E. Wilkinson, Sr. I O. L. Thomas came down from I Inf the young folks vveie/piesent and I
brother, Mark Dixon, here this week Messrs W. M. and C. M. Hudson, of (','unfol'dlnll spent Sunday with his | they had plenty of thicken and rice.
S. C. Andreu left Sunday for Jacksonville Jacksonville, spent Sunday with their family here. Among those who enjojye'd the pleasant -
where he will work in the patents, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hudson Mrs. ] evening Wl'n'lis\ >ll''' Daisy Moore,
futuie. Kev C E. Saunders, of :Sunny: Side, I Chas. Hess returned ,to Jacksonville I ;Matin1 Youngblood, Eloise Owsley,
W. Williams passed! through here, filled his regular appointment at Max- few last week, after spending u I Estellc Wooclcinl and Florence Hall, i
Friday night enroule to Brooker. yule Saturday night and Sunday. days here on account of the illness i :Mrs Addle Adams, of :Macon, Ga.,
Mrs. M. of her husband. I I Messrs.! Ben !Hall[ Blanton
E. N. Hayes was in our community C. Hudson and children Owsley,
!Mr. Jacksonville
and Mrs. ) of
D. II. Doig
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Monday. Lnvina and !Hester, of JackAonville, I I Henry and Kilmer Woodard, Calvin
W. J. Ward was a business, visitorto spent a few days with the hitters home of, w'reCueMts/, Sunday at the Triest, Lester Hall, of Flornhome, and
H. Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. L. -
Starke Monday. parents Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Staring' others. --... .; -
George Parrish was the guest of Mr. and Mrs C K. Wilkinson, of William J. Ahern, of K. M. Mersey and family, of Lake -) ,
I Jacksonville, were friends and was a guest Sunday lit .Jal'kSOnvillP.// Butler have moved to our little .t \ :\
W. J. Ware Sunday night. visiting :Mr. and !Mrs. J. C. IJyrd. town. "'/ / .
Rev. G. W. S. Ware preached a relatives at :Maxville and Clay Hill J. McCulley: of Jacksonville, was We welcome them in our midst. 1/1'/ I'''h' _, ::1o....
wonderful sermon at Old Bradford luring/ the past week. They returned Hen J Hall( was a visitor to Hampton 1 ...
in 1 autey last week looking after his : ( li\\t.t. ::,.,. .. ,"; \
Sunday night Mr. Ware did not have home Sunday evening.'. 'I' Thursday : \ "II :
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Those who atended ;Maxville\ church property i interests.: II. M.[ Woodard went to Jacksonville ,I .. ..... 4: 5.r.. .
his time taken up anywhere else so f. ;"" ; ... ,,. :,r
he had services here Sunday. Sunday were Mr. nnd :Mrs. T.V.. :Mr. und ;.Mrs. W. C. Wooten left :Monday where he expects to secure Z a'I"\,!." \:";'.;; ,,. ..,... .':.:.10' ...... ...rl
Billy Surrency is visiting his family Wilkinson and little daughter Katie, Friday for :Mcltae, Ga.! where they 1 emplojment..Mrs. &&lJJiI' : tl ( .' ; I

here this week.W. Hisses Ida and Carrie Starling, Dora will S. spend W" Leach sometime and son with, S.relatives W. Jr, of''I : Daniel Batten, of Jacksonville, !, , "V'-'f, c'J'.f' : \. ,

M. Harrell was a business visi- Carter, !Pearl I'lidirett, Edith and Eftie Jacksonville Luwtey Sunday. spent two or three days here last week ...... .. , ., ... .- ,.",
were in -
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tor to Gainesville Monday. Starling, and Messrs. Nelson Fresott. with relatives. /' ,' .' - '.t"
,' Curtis and 1'lIistarlinll': Leo Mr Leach recently purchased J a farm'; ;Mrs. ;Mary Holder of Lake Geneva 'Y.\' .tor . f
Prof. II. C. I Edwards has returnedto : and from J.l II. :Moore and he and his family A :...;. r. ;. 1 'J If', .:t
Wilkinson. ..
hilI11o'ed .
here. '/ .
Vunderbuilt to resume his position '. i'/J! .
I Clay Hill school will probably move here in the near :Miss Florence Hall ,;' ;. '. f ...-.. .
as professor! of that school. opened again Monday future i iW and brother, I ( .. .. - :.."...
Secber Edwards and Mubra ILurrell morning after two weeks holidays, , I LIen spent/ Tuesday and Wc'dnesday, ; IJI -- i -,\ .- ,....
E. Toroilo and V. R. 1 Reddish "
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attended church ut Brooker Sunday !, with Miss Eflie; Harris. teacher at I'loiuhome guests of relatives. ,' ': ..
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"nt'..vhfMiss: I Kev J. ).. Strickland, passed thru---- were \ i"itoto Jacksonville .dn. ;Alls\ feo.! Adams 'left ."..-.-....... ..* JI'/, r',. '. .. .:. .,.,...;..
Little :Misses Hettiet'eace .
Virginia and / . . ,
i Ruthie Edwurds: was the guest this. (community Sunday morninA': 'I of Jacksonville, spent several her home in :Macon, Ga., after spt'nti /! 1.I., .\\ Messrs. J. week. .- .
of Blanche Andreu Sunday. A. and II. S. Starlingwere ing/: a here guest of relatives. ;
Law -
last with friend in
Miss Ruby Parrish has returned to among the visitors to Highland I lays week ? i :Miss Ida llagun[ was a visitor to ; .'. ..'.<'1;'''''' : ...:,
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her duties as teacher of this school. Thursday evening.. :Miss Luathn Walker, of Jacksonville '| Hampton Saturday. ::h- .' .J : ( '....,.. ..c. #' ;:or-,
Mrs. C. W. Edwards visited her Barney Lang passed through this wa'4I guest last Sunday of her i E. A. Gaines and wife, of Tampa, v-r.. a ,,.__1. .... ..... ___ ..J."o., .. -,; '!:..'" ,"' ..
parents the latter part of last week. community Sunday evening.. uncle and, :Mr. and Mrs J. C. !i are spending the week here, guests of
aunt
Blanche Andreu was in Brooker E. II. Carter was a visitor to !Max- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.\ Ben- This Machine Embraces the Latest
vine Byrd. i:
Wednesday evening.'.
Monday
morning.
:M. L. Loaelholti came horn from I nett.Miss
Lucian, Harlcy and Marvin Hazen W. H. Carter was attending ta business Jacksonville with., Beady Croft came Sunday to
attended the cane grinding at J. V. in Lawtey Wednesday afternoon. his family. and spent Sunday I| reopen her school on :Monday. Application of Gasoline Power to the ..
Leo Wilkinson was recent Mrs. Fred Cloversettlo
Edwards Saturday night.C. a visitor and children
II. Newsome was in Brooker I to Maxville. Belle Little/ and Elnora Misses Bennett Jeannette of Jacksonville Carrie !, of near, Brooklyn were guests Sunday Reduction of Labor on the Farm.
Monday morning. Nelson Prescott passed through the afternoon nt the home of Mr. and
F Arthur Edwards attended church' Clay Hill section Monday morning. spent last week with relativesand Mrs II. S. Roebuck.
friends in .
Lawtey.M. Miss Daisy Moore and brother Plows Harrows Cultivates and
at Brooker Sunday night. I : L Smith and Butler Blanchard Cecil Oper-
Geneva Harrell attended the cane DUKES left Monday for Starke where
grinding at J. V. Edwards Saturday Sunday crime up at from their Jacksonville home here. and spent they will enter the High School again.. ates. Light Farm Machinery.

night I Dukes, Jan. 10=The farmers of this Arthur Utter, of the U. S. navy wasa R. M. King of Jacksonville was a I
liartoy Andreu was in Worthington section are killing hogs; during the guest Sunday at the home of Mr. visitor here recently.
Sunday afternoon.Mr. cold weather. Quite a number of the Hampton
and Mrs J. C.
Willie Raborn of Jacksonville, School) started at Little Springs on The cold weather Byrd.and new time ser- boys were visitors here Sunday after-
visited his sister here last week.C. :Monday with a large attendance. The iously affected the attendance at Sun noon.
M. Andreu was in the Pine Hill teachers for the term are, Mrs. R. B. day school and church last Sunday School opened Monday with very > Agents for Bradford County.
sction Saturday morning. Warren, principal, Mrs. W. H. Dubose, morning of the little folks not I good attendance, and all seemed eager
Wade Hurrell was in Worthington first assistant, .and :Miss\ Nita Dukes, arriving until many church services were I I to study again after their two weeks' -.
Monday. second assistant. vacation. .
almost
Miss Blanche Andreu and brother Mrs W. I). Dukes of Worthington. Grace concluded.:M. E. Sunday school has decided I D. W. :Moore was a business visitorto
W. M. Andreu, attended, the cane- spent' the week-end with Mrs M.. A: that during the winter months the county seat Monday.Mr. .
/grnding at the home of J. V. Edwards Dukes.' the Sunday school opening time shall and :Mrs. P. M. Geiger, of Waldo To The FarmerIf
Monday evening. Ltrmkley Hayes passed through our be 10 o'clock time and church were visitors Sunday at the home of
( new )
burg Friday.S. ; her parents, Mr.! and Mrs. Madison
Brinkley Hayes has returned to '
services will follow/ nt eleven o'elock.
,1 his school after upending the holidays 1'';. I.. !Dukes, of Jacksonville, was Rev Alfred, Evenden, of Grace :M. I' Hall. have anything to sell such as
you
with his parents here. \'i"ilillsrlltives! here the past wp..k.11' E. church who to conference next The farmers are taking advantageof

M S. Hayes and wife of Bunell, :\ und Mrs.\ A.1.: Thomas were week, will hold/goes his farewell services this cold weather to save their honey, pork, smoked meat, Irish pota-
spent the holidays with his father, visiting the former's daughter and Sunday morning and The meat.
N. G. Hayes. son, :\11'. and :Mrs Andrew Crawford, : evening. I I shelled write
general( public is cordially invited to toes, corn, pecans, syrup,
BROOK
Seeber Edwards; and sl.tl'r.tiss: : Sunday.Mr. be New lights have been installed Elt
Ruby were shopping in Biooker Sat- :\ and. :Mrs. \V. Crews, of Itrook- piesent in the church so that the Ep-- I and give your best prices to Collins &
urday. ('r. are vl"itin11': flit"! :Mrs. J. T. Andrews I worth League and services )I Brooker Jan.O.It has been tine
evening
:Mabry Hurrvll was attending to will proceed as usual nt 0'JO:: and 7:30 ;, weather for saving meat and the farmers Collins, St. Petersburg, Fla.
business in Brooker Monday after :Mr. and :Mrs. O. L. !Summers::: of 1 t have taken advantage of tho .
p.m.
noon. Providence spent New Year's Mrs. E. D. Sayles, who has been cool weather. 0.:
H. C. Edwards/ and Misu'r.Iisll: with the hitter's. parents 111'lnd : away for several, weeks on n visit to ,:( :Miss Mamie Reddish, of Guilford, I
Georgia: were in Hrooker Saturday j J. :M. )Dukes. Mrs.l I friends. in Itraclcntnwn, Is expected. to spent Sunday hero with her sister,
afternoon. I :Mrs. Sarah I Douglass/: : :Mrs. return this week, and her many Mrs. J. C. Cone. I j .
a :Mr. Arthur Edwards; was a visitorto Rivers: and daughter. Koine, were visiting ; in Lawtey will be delighted to fril'nd"l| :Misses ;Mamie Pinholster and Eunice I

Worthington Springs Sunday after- relatives here New Year's day. at home once again.E. Hu/en spent last: week-end visiting ,
noon. Miss Eluu )Dukes was chopping in E.; liurney has closed his meat I relatives: and friends !in Jacksonville When You Come to JacksonvilleSEE
Mnbra Hurrell was in Worthington Lnke Butler Saturday, murket in Lnwtoy and, has gone to returning Sunday: night.
Sunday afternoon. Earl und! Desmond Dukes nnd! :Mr.Claionce Jacksonville to establish another on Some of our young folks went 01a/

4 .... nlton t'o-narentsp: tnooetaoMr. ScatT attended the party near a larger scale in a thriving nei hhor-I j bird hunt New Year's afternoon but
Waters was in Lulu/ New Year's night. did not seem to have mui'h luck
our community hood the St. Johns river. Most
near
Tuesday Mr. and ;Mrs Tom Johnson who Ituiney reports good business Mal 1 K.; J. Ward, who has been, employ ; rw. Interesting

Miss Blanche Andreu wns the guest spent the holidays with :\11'. and :Mrs. the .start and is quite optimistic concerning I I ed in one of the shipyards of Jacksonville v Store In Flonda

of her sister, :Mrs. C. H. Newsome, It. Summers, of near 1'rovidenee passed the outlook for the future. IInl I for several months has moved .rr-.... ,. ..........-t.. ....... .'
of Pine Hill, Friday and Saturday. through here Wednesday enrouto friends wishing him success.! The his family back here. :Misses! Olgnami
are
C. M. Andreu, was a business visitor ; I' to their h.'rue near Oeala. town not only loses a butcher but loses 'I Thelma came last Tuesday and 45.49 W. Bay St. Thru the block to 46 W. Forsyth

to Brooker Saturday 'I J. C. Ward and son Johnnie were n City :Marshal' as well, :Mr. Burncy the remainder of the family returned,
Eldon Baxter and brother, Walter, here Monday buying eggs/ / having recently been elected to that,, the first! of this week.
were the guest of W. :M. Andreu last J. M. Dukes made a business trip position. I :Misses here and :Mamie Oliver, who Everything in Books

Tuesday evening. to Lake Hutler' last ueek. The residents of Saxton und surrounding I are teaching near Pnlatka, spent part

a C. II. Newsom was a visitor in the Robert (;roo\'pr, of Hrooker, was B I districts are hereby informed of lust week h..E'. with relatives Fiction Books on Agriculture and other pursuits by reliable
I'' Miller section Sunday .business visitor here Tuesday that Gospel services will be held in J. Morgan and Prof. Thomas attended -
Mahra Harrell was a visitor to CrawfordThomasWednesday the Saxton M. E. church Sunday afternoon church at New (Hope Sunday. authors, Toy Books Reference Travel etc.
'I Worthington one day last week. at 10:30:: ( o'clock nt the at 3 o'clock (new time). Rev. W. S. Nabb has been suffering with
Mr. Willie demons is visiting his home of Elder; and Mrs. J. R. Dukes, Alfred Evemlen, who goes to Conference a bad.hand for the past week
pi parents this week. was the scene of a quiet but impressive next week will preach his farewell -' Miss Laura Lewis was on the sick Commercial and Fancy Stationery

Ward Crews paused through here weJdmg./ The contracting parties sermon at that time. list again last week.A. .

one day last week enroute to Worth- Wl'reIr.: Andrew Crawford of near The ladies of Luwtey and vicinity A. Hazen bad the misfortune to Fine Wedding and Society Engraving made in our own ex-
lose nice house his farm last
s ngton. Midway nnd Miss Trudie Thomas, of are advised to keep their pockets well a on
this place. The bride wore a navy guarded when in the presence of that clusive plant. Ask to see samples.
Raiford; blue coat suit trimmed with black fur, little Shetland pony who recently to.k Few Escape
Miss Cecil Raborn Is sapielly im with accessories to match. up his residence in East Lawtey. He
Immediately after the the There are few indeed who escape and Athletic GoodsA
r proving. ceremony seems to have a fascination for ladies Toys
} Mrs. C. M. Andreu was a visitor couple departed for their home near pockets and It has not yet been disclosed having at least one cold during the

la the Pine Hill section Saturday. Midway. Their many friends anti relatives which of the three he seeks, winter months, and they are fortunatewho Toy Shop thpyear round Supplies for all your favorite
Mark Clemons attended the cane wish for them. a happy life. apples candy or family secrets. Anyway have but one and get through withIt open ,
grinding at J. V. Edwards' one night the ladies all agree he's just too and without serious sports and pastimes. '
quickly any
last week. :MILLER cute for anything.
Misses Eva and Ruby Parrish. c- Several robberies have taken place consequences. Take Chamberlain's
companied by Seeber Edwards at. Miller, Jan. 10.-The many friendsof within the last few days. The grist Cough Remedy, and observe the direc- THERMOS BOTTLES A necessity in all seasons

tended church at Sardis Sunday. George Miller are glad to know mills of Messrs. A. M. Blanchard and tions with each bottle and you are
.. Mr. C. W. Edwards wife and little that he is able to return to his home, Joe Bfown have both been broken into be of the fortunate ones. FLASH LIGHTS. Useful everywhere and safe
daughter were the guest of Drew after being In'the Riverside hospital, and quantities of rice and other articles likely to one
a Dukes and wife Sunday. Jacksonville, for several weeks. stolen; the home of the Moseley The worth and merit' of this remedy PICTURES. Picture Framing. Artists Goods

Miss Virgie Thomas. who I is teaching family, now in Jacksonville, was en has been fully prov n. There are families
F RISING ITEMS at Pleasant Grove, "'spent the week tered. In every instance a brace who have always used it for Practical GIFTS for all occasions

I with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Roland and bit were used to force entrance. when troubled with cough or a
a of the better
Rising Jan! 10..!,fOlI. this is the I Thomas returning to her school Sun. The entire town is now on the watch years KODAKS, Photo Finishing sort
4 beginning of a New Year and we hope [day. for night marauders and it is likely to cold- anti. with the very best results.
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? everybody. will one. try'.to.make;; this A: ||,wan Leonard visiting Summer friends here, of Sunday.Providence, suspicious go hard with act. them if caught in any Colds j Cause" Grip""i"" and" Influenza" * Mail it quiries receive prcmpt attention

prosperous M. M. Crosby and family accompanied I :Mr. Shackleford of Lake City was The sparrow on Grace church steeple LAXATIVE BROMO QUINTS Tablets moan the -
( by Mrs. M. J. Fouts and sister.Mrs. in this community last week.N. reports that a certain rooster of the UUM. Then U ode on. "Dremo Quloln" .
A. Scarborough, visited the home I II. Stokes made a business trip Hess variety U trying his best to E.W.GROVE ditnitui on boIL Me. .



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JANUARY' 10. 1919. KRAUFOim COUNTY' TKLKr.RAIMI STAKKE:, FLOIIIDA PARE FIVE

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1 The Sunday edition;the New York Mrs.: Lilly Andrews, spent the weekend t FOR SALE-10 ::::=- .

Herald, December :SlKh:! Rives the piC'I with !her father, :Mr.( Bill Andrews.Miss | Huroc strain. ,0 FEIN S-CASK ETS 1

'. Lures of noted ollieers who have diet I : Josephine Bionic! spent Sunday 11-15-tf. And a full line 0 fUndertakers'

1, Bits of LocalInformation 1 for their country. The lines above the with :Miss GertrudeParrish.; I

I-iplf, inliil pictured faces reads "These I Mr. and :Mrs. I.). I. Blume. anti daughter FOR S.M.K:- Supplies
I Have Paid in 1"ull.-An1l'ril'lInM! :Miss Ida made. II business trip to Call street, Automobile I lU-iirxi-.

Jft4 ''Have I I Pied for Their Hair." L.it'ut'n- I Lake B ii t l'i' Thursday. I I corner store. !" s> N mi' hand. The bost .er
: ant Richard RayVh,to, of Starke wan
Starke. :
t In' numln-r nf officer" whom' I :Misses Ranci- and An.iParrish\ were at thr lowest price. Spiv mi
iimniiir busiiu-.s.s cullers at the home of K. J.
this issue nf t the Itiri to telegraph' orders
i in
i pirturi-.s appeal'
r4U I Os. f...:. P..M.a I' Alld"I'TU"M.hl morning.Mr. .
I It'ralil. BELGIAN: I i.\ : : I
?psi us l C..uty T. ,. I' -.--. -.-_. -I : and ;Mrs.\ B. .1. Thomas revived! bnres nnd : \ Registered Embalmer
the old 1 custom\ of till "brdti me"
sitting t Finn lot of 'ttl '
.. , $2.50 Ladies' Flannel gowns |'with M,m'. nnd l Mrs. I'. P. Deklo Mondayevening. : I Come nnd )see DeWITT C.:JONES
-- : at $1.70 at Cash DepartmentStore. Come again. Brooklyn, Fin. I

See Stump for bargains. :Mr. unit MiI.1.. V. Moore uiv iiiriiiip' I Henry Keren is hawk on his job of l Starke, FIt.

'!" ...f tlm-i !litters, written smr<"' I cat fishing 1 lie is meeting with sucIcess FOr SALE I' --- -- .
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I 11, r .", .in-I i I. < from their son, Aubrtji : in catching the llsh also in finding -
Ir.i I iii-, y ui' tI I'linnh, havimovii! =Notice of Stockholders. Me'etingNti. northeast( of .
M'M.Uulni inow in Iloriieau.N. II market for them '
tn" Li.l. City.Buitcrinit i, il'C' I is hereby given that the ._ Ii.11,1; : 1:1: ('
__ __ woo._ .! I"in nec. I stockholders of the I.uwtey Stnte Bank ------. -- -..-- -- barn anil, one

t hn ad unii mils, fresh uv- - -- --- of Lawtey, l-'la.. will hold 1 their annual :Notice Stockholders: ;Meeting Price $1200.

erl1i. :it t the, Model Uak<-ry. We are closing out our win- nlc'eting) at the office of said l Itank Notice is hereby given that the potatoes I horse I COTTON

I __ ter goods. Get your real bar- on Tuesday! .lanunry 1 I, 1919! !), at :U stockholders of the. Hampton State farming ' :
Liquid I Mniiki' fur your meat at J. o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing Bank of Hampton Fin., will hold their Starke. :!
H. Kii'Mitor'u., gains at Stump's. a board of directors nud! transacting annual meeting nt the' olllce of said ...- -_ .

.- -- -.-- ---- - any other business that may properly bank on Tuesday January 1 1, 1010, nt ) HOLDING
;"Mr., and' Hi--:\ ;. Royal CJi-orpe hnvimovid come before 7 o'clock p. m., for tlui purpose of
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$4.50 back! silk plaid sale
,, i'into I I I the I IdI Inn cottage on M. then.T.1..T.. c. nvnn electing II board of directors i amid INSURE WITH
price 2.95 at Cash Department Wjilmittiiet.. whiih was recently 1'11- 132t.: Cashier. transacting any other' business' that l-'OH: II B::Ni'-' :> "' I

nt ,1 I y :Mr. Ti-il, II. llalligan\ nm may /properly come lieforo th"m.A. Cherry street. ; i, :: m
Store. family. .\, FUTCII. Stnrke. I I() :!! R Davis & Co.
Underwear .
100 Ladies' Rib ,
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[Iliittii- Rae Weeks, of LaCrosse, Iti-piiics i a rilirinjr I, i mndo nt the station sale price 71 cents at Cash Department ". : : STARKE FLORIDA
hi iMH t tinvr 'Ic-end with Louise Stew- I I tho of tho Son op n i'riio'Ity ,
by enrH'iiter| t' gi mK Store.
art. hnnrcl Un i I New HoornK: him lirrr .. I the,, pm\vr V<'..",-.. In i tam by tI1,. ".h..1! \V.NTI':!) Live I ,
I t'ay. I.n.- r t Hi i :Slnl' ', f i l-lnrliln. I h,' llmi-J of -
Ii.iii i in hot. waiting i i,, rooms add othoiripuirs i ipinuli' I'unllr I InrtruHimi, , of llrmlrnnl. County lii<.... ," Ui'iinty tu ha,ntl ; .-- - --
Ciood; farm! for rent or half-crop.: Notice of to..Jho1.J'r"t.'tinl: / or.li-,i iin t'I-t', ,t.ii 'to I... lu-1,1 I In Mm.rlnl chI I lint price $!> ).
Bank of Starke. .. Notice is hereby given thnt the regular Tni I n.m,,lrk-l No I I. Th.n ."n. on SitS|urby| osltion
1-3-2t.1 -- --- direct i
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annual meeting uf trio stockholders .liimmrv St'Ii. l-il-.l. for I Ih,' PIII-I.OHC of ,'Wtlnir, ;
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HimiiiiHi.
$2.00 Linen Waists. Sale t nml to d 'li :Mr. iiiul :Mrs., On-w UeiMLsh\ and of the Bradford County Bank will of' tnilliiui t ,to lu iiMM-iiili-il \Vrite or wire )
dllul'htl'I'IuI': ', were! guests of N. T. price $1.19. Cash Department be held! in its bunking rooms inStaike ,'I .I'or u"', "' 'I.nr''.*' "f ll"l'"i 'hit "nlil eh.... Seneca, ;Motor '

liiti'h Tuesday. Store. I 11 1, 1010! !Florida, nt 7.-MO: on( I'Tuesday. m..: to January elect aboard ::II'lion I W.' I .M.' .M..rollovrmit,...../. SiilllMin.niimwiTh("I. M.t hnvi llLnnnV bran nml niil"'l' --torla, Ohio. Keep Well

1 of directors for the ensuing year I I T. II. l-IVtlOI.HTKH, Ionic.'L J
Pay your Red Cross membership !Miss Horn A. duly, K N., of Base and transact such other business ns hnlrnmn .HonrH I'ulillo hinlriu-lion. llrmlfiml' '

dues to Jos. E. Wilson. 'Hospital, Camp Sevier, Greenville, S. may come before them County,'.l Florida.Att Do not allow the I'

C.. is spending 11 thirty-day furloughwith .J. H. KITCH: JR.. I K :It. I-OPI-EI.I!: ,II' LOST--A red | 4 food poisons to! of accumulate undigested:( In p

Hollis Knight spent the weekendat l her niothor. nt the Cady homu l-.1-2t.: Cashier. 0 S".ln"'nd'nt| nml I Si-i-'y I.1 tiCuSIIM1IES'S I lug numerous bowels where
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rust of Stnrke. ---.- -- ----- Letters itt1,I "' your
Lake Hutler with his friends, J. E.: ---- Bworbod Into
are
. . . . + . . . : HAI.K (ile was lost : your
nml Hal Mllines.I '
Indigestion; constipation -
Nut let. i la hiTi-by. given Hint, and Alnchiia, system. ,
umlor nnd Iy> -
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W.lorl'lIn: returned home Monday .
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I .I'nil hc.idnche bail
virtue
rxivution limm-il out of nil,I ,
miclT
for i its return I I I
i than from St. Petorslmrg, where he =NEWS: OF OUR SOLDI BOYS; '. (tip .,'nl of tho dork of tho Cln-ult Court Inn I blood, and numerous!
Our nice serge cheaper I spent sevtral days on business. Hereports 0,1' for. llrmlfonl ClIni". Hi.rl.ln. ilnli-il th.. .\Aliu-hua Fin. other troubles are bound

wholesale prices is going fast.Stump's. the "Sunshine City" filled with 5' . . . . . W.21'S h 1'.dllY' Whitlon"f A'ddltdt nml .W.*. M". Whltlon I II"1. tu .nrtnoni.fitter of I Iiloinir I to felloW Keep your

tourist.- and booming in a business IxminoHii,, n. W. C'. Whlttrn K, ('0. anil 1 1uiMiij I j I system clean, as thousands
way. :Mr. and l :Mrs. I n. -L Byrd. of Graham ( .1... (;iniri*. I. W. ,I. Ki.por.nn.. mi1Rhirllr I of others! do, by
have received letters from their of Ilrmlfonl county, Kloniln. vlll I *,.It|j taking; .in occasional doso
WANT...
Mrs.! Lottie Smith, of Tampa spent Lee and, Si-hell "Somewhere in i "t puhllc, nlo to tho hhtl..1$ nn.l !h. .! 1.1,1,1-r of the oM, reliable, vegetable
Every day is bargain day atStump's. sons, for cnrli on !!in' Srl ilny of r.-liriuu-y.. A. |l, I
two weeks with her mother :Mrs. A. France," saying they are enjoying :' li'lli. .In front of Iii.. curt I..."... d.,,,. In to do i family liver me i-
H. Allen, of Starke. good health and! both have been Oil Sinrki. P IcrMn.. th<- folluwhiK iL-ni-nluvl" limiln cine.
I I I lylnit I niul. I In Hrnilforil.iiinty.. Klitrhlil, to- I
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(German: soil. Lee wrote that he had %tit i
Mrs. J. P. Tomhnson spent the first Among the visitors to Stark during been i in real I German; homes and snid Tho Northi'nnt Junrtor of Northoiut Oiikr- I Thedford'sBlackDraught
of this week visitinur relatives' in Valdosta the week was Captain. 1'. I.. Gas- theyere awfully kiiul, to him, gave : '.'r of 'I...-".." 4. T|> 4. 8 n. '!11| K: : ..1.0| the

and I Dasher In. kins, who was !recently mustered out him plenty to eat, n good[ I bed to sleep' I i the NortliMoil.NorlH, (/itt lint,"ri-r C of of S'cu Nnrlhwmt"',.n 10., Ti.)|,,.I I.ru..S.. .It.f year.

of service after serving for several on nnd wine\ to drink. I,,21 i K.: or, BO miioli thi-niif. ii,. I. n........ try to live in. '
$1.50 value Lisle! hose, sale i months in the legal department of the :Mrs. .1.| G.: Hitch, of I Raiford, has inllsfy h"lt. Mini c'...."11.... nml' nmlji In II,!. lio-,

army. received a wire i from her son( ;Marion Lawtey,
49 cents at Cash W. J. KI'l-EUSON."
price Depart- : Browning i announcing his iirriviil I buck I-3.51. :ShorilT.' Hrailfonl. i C,. KloilfLA t ;ii"
ment Store. ;MnI I II.1 S. Warren and children in the States, lifter serving with the 1 '- .
"II';I.I mid, ;Myers, of ('In 'no, have American Expeditionary Forces in I: I Mrs.V.. F. Pickle, cl

Former County Judge, Thos. J. lloMe I moved I into the S ,'dholen cottage onCherry France., | I SSIFIEADVERTISING J 1 I Rising' I'awn, O.I., writes:
businessvisitor street and 1 the children )hnv'" Private I Harry Pinkstonvhn hin D A l 'WCI.VOLI.CLII 'I hed-
of Lake Stark Butler Tuesday., ,was a I' entered,, ,: the Bradford" County High I been' !serving' i Uncle :Sum "Soni'-whef.' 'a, that tflll remove mite ford's Black-I )ratmght asa
to
_._ .__ I School. in Fiance" has bi-eli e-uling> a ti-n- .. cli-mno tlioSynrom I I I family I1Ic IIlne. My
day furlough with i relatives nt I DukPrivate - - or 1.turbIDIl the motiicr-in-law: roulj not
U.! J. Snpp, 1Wt.1I known citizen of liNE: ( KNT: A WOltlt FOR KACII IMSUK. live. t.ikc calomel seemed
business 75 cent Boys' Fleeced Un- I Pinkston snys Inwis glul: I" CASH IN: AIIVAN K
the New River section was
a LAX-FOS (for her she
Advrrll.rmi.tili too Ktnmn so
get I back to the !States.; limrrtod umlor IhU head il C
visitor to Starke Wednesday., derwear, sale price 49 cents at Carl Woolen returned last week to mum h. paid In ad....... N 0 ......U..m.n' Is tlio name of a ,- used III.iLl lraiiKhtnsamild
receivedan fur on. InxTllon .....I.d for I... than tHrrnU. : whli-h ih>un rollovoa Sli t I laxative anti liver
Cash Department Store. his home l.autey, having .
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For Inalnnrv: A lo-woril ritrrtiBffintntnni dlUc-atlun Stiinini-h ,, : 1I1atorVe use it
Good shoes going cheap atStump's. honorable discharge from the U. S. .* ItiHrrtliin will, loa 2S re
rrnln; If for mora by a Torulil l.lvrr nnil ( in the family and believeit
than on. Innrrtlon mill h. I
.h.r8ad for l 1
Anyone wishing information concerning army. tent a ward Nothing' rhirgrd. Reliable LaxatIve In is the bcs>f iiK-'Jicine for i
soldiers in the U. S. Army. Friends anti relatives of Paxton aDd Influenza. the liver made." Try It.
!Shirley,; who is stationed overseas, are I I.AX-FOS) WITH ; / I I
address their toV.. R. Insist the enuille'I
inquiries -
S. I. may on
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W. 1 M. OverstrePt FOR SALK: Tonic Laintlva !"- '
Hendrix of Lake Butler, were business Castle, Jr., Director Bureau of Communication glml to know that he is getting along Sy.im.. both a. a 1 hc-dforJ's. ;25c: a pack-

visitors in Starke Friday. Washington. 1)American C. Red Cross,' well.Guy Prescott, of the U. S. navy stationed KOK SALE-I: 1 18 !Model Ford Touring I just to take.a*good Chllitran; for: (' '\llha'. :: ale.'l
car. T. J. Jrillln: Starke Minla' end r..mlll '"
C. Flu.
at Charleston, S. is spend.ing i Mivllclnn I Cn. St. l
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children returned a 15-dny furlough with his par 1-J-2t.: I Crov: rectal,,i chill: ;\\1 I
home !Sunday'; from a visit with It is a sight the money you ents :Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott.

relatives in Gainesville and Ocala. can save on shoes at Stump's.Mr. I .
FIVE MILK: i

$5.00 Silk Waists, sale price Lee Youngblood and family I In.
$2.95 at Cash DepartmentStore. have moved UP from Hampton and Fivelile: Jan. 10.-Mr. and Mrs. e
are living on Capt. S. A. Bryan's farm J. Thomas have lately returned
north of Starke. Three children from from a trip to Waycross' Ga., and Out StockDuring
this family have entered, the Bradford )- other points. They report/ pleasant Selling
!Miss !Marie Livingston left Monday County High School. time renewing acquaintances and visiting -
morning for Gainesville Ga., to resume relatives.Mr. I
her studies at Brcnau College.Mr. : and :Mrs. I D. I. Ulume visitedMr.
Waists all
$2.50 Silk colors : un,1Irs.: P. P. Dekle Sunc lay.

and !Mrs. Albert W. Andersonare sale price $1.95 at Cash Department :Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde O'lsoa passed
the next ten days I going to sell out entire stockof
receiving congratulations over the through our section Saturday{! on n vi. am my

arrival of a son, born December) 20th. Store. I it to :Mrs. Colson's; sister :Mrs. RaneeThomas. Feeds, May, Grain, Groceries at cost.

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25 cents at :Mrs II. C. Richard has returned :il rs. S. S. Proctor, of Luke Butler" Salt sack
Hickory. stripes home, after -pending, some time Innnltimor. visited her dalll'htl'r.Ir: l 1'. I' I Drkle. per $1.10.

Stump's.Mrs. ... :Mrs !Richard spent the New Year's day. She was accompanied
Christmas holidays in Macon.: Gi.; home "yh..r- grandchildren Marcus Gold Medal Flour at $12.25 per barrel.

: E.: T. King, of Atkinson, (!ia.. with her sun Sergt. Frank B. Lmie.wlin and Normu I Dekle) who will i resume,
spent the past week nt the home of i is xtntioned at l"III1P'hpl'l'r.. their ItuI.; .... in the Luke Ilutli-r IlitrliSchool. Only the above will be mentioned as a guide to what the pricesin

her plIl'ents.11': and :Mrs. S. 1. Pres- .
:Miss[ Normu I Dekle I had us holiday our entire stock will be. Prices in everything will be lower
cott. Pay your Red Cross mem- her :Mi.sneMn.ille, ? ;
guests cousins
than they will be again for Buy supplies now.
Maines and J. E. bership dues to Jos. E. Wilson. ird, I.iicile Varnes, of Johnstown and years. your
:Mrs. J .E.: : sons
:\fiHs Rubv: Proctor of Stnrke, al-o :a
the
Jr.. and Hal. of Lake Butler, were Ih..1
guests of Coun,1\ :Mrs. I D. E.: Knight Luther Powell senior member, of friend ;Mivs Pauline Hatcher. "if
I ll'imebind. Ga.Misncp ; .
firm of Powell Powell, well known Young Trading CompanyStarke
recently. I' : I lieI]I and I Gladys I Dukex)i wreKillers
-- *. i is !bark at his
turpentine :
------ operator
I at the horn, ,f :Mra. P. I P. I DCkle
black with t the firm after having served
$2.50 va'ue ladies post :Monday afternoon.Miss .
hose sale price $1.19 at Cash I for -i.% ,'rnl! months in the nuviil re I : :Maude, Shaw has openeil' urhnnlagain ,
serve. He I wa" recently musti, red out : : Florida
after the usual holiday vac.i : :
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of service$6to$7
Department Store. ,
tion. TIlt' attendance is good inpite
I of the cold! weather.
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Telfair Long left :Mond.iy for Col- Children's Coats at W.. are having plenty of ire and _c -

lege Park Ga., where he will resume $3.95 at the Cash DepartmentStore. fro-;l nt present, which miikes wmt r
his studies at the ( porCiaIilitary: seem the real thing.

Academy.Mrs. I :Many of our farmers are busy [planting !
oats and planning their crops for

J. W. EdwaVds will return to I Corp. O. C;. Cooper. of Dublin C;n. this year. Not many will plant cotton ,

her home in Jacksonville today, after who hll s been spending several day this season. "A Receipt in FullThai
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spending say f days in Starke with in Starke nt the home of relatives. grove returned to his post of duty nt granddaughter, Mrs. :Miles! Kelly I'I

._ ,_ I Fort Scriven Thursday. lie c.f Fort Call. .
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Heavy yellow homespun wi'l' ed himself an being! well pleu
his first visit to !Starke'; anil, will prob- Half Your Living
be 20 cents at Stump's Satur- :, ably visit this section again at an ear-

day. ly date. Without Money CostWe a what you have. for every bill of account you pay I by check. You don'l even

I are all at a danger point. On need lo mike a memorandum of the payment. T he bank keeps the account for you.
returned Friday $3.00 Silk Waists, sale price the use of Rood common sense In our
!Mrs. E. R. Poppelf .
1919 farm and garden operations, dopend I
week with her $2.45 at Cash Department
after upending a par- I broko."
"going
ents, Mr. and :Mrs. II. Tomlinson, of Store.The Even prosperity at present or high our prices no one Your Cash Always Balances "
Lake Butler.J. .
ran plant all or nearly all cotton. buy
food and grain at present prices from
the in in
editor of
II. Ritch and daughters, Marvin Telegraph supply merchant on credit, and make You have trouLle and bills. call the bank
visitorsat receipt of a letter from Captain Henry higher in no hunting up receipt receipted Just l on
and Maggie, of Raiford, were money. Food and grain are
the home of the former's brother, Freeman 106th Engineer Forc-Regiment proportion than aljoQ present cotton: foryour check, and you have the evidence complete.
American
N. T. Ritch Tuesday. Expeditionary price
es.! Captain Freeman's regiment !is It's time abovo all others to plnr
sale about completing a large reembarkation safe; a.to produce all possible f )od.Krain This bank solicits your deposits, Urge! or small, and invites you to pay your bills through

35 cent Hickory Stripes, camp at Brest, France. lie lays and forage; supplies!! on your own il. Itt the SAFE way. .

price 28 cents at Cash Department they have another big job after this acres; to cut down the store bilL PS,
ramp is completed and when it Is done A good ploco of garden: ground;
Store. ,i they will probably be sent home. rightly: planted rightly tnnrtp'I' and We pay 4 per cent. on savings accounts, compounded quarterly [Place your Liberty

i kept planted the year round fan be Bond and other valuables in a safety deposit box, cost it small.

John Thornton and family have Friend. of Mr. L. A. Davis Jr., will made to furnish jioa-y! half your liv
moved back to Starke from Raiford !sympathize with him in the death of ing. It will savo: j'/t laura money
and his children have entered the his only brother, which occurred Tuesday than you J1'\o1"le" on tl T be t two or I
Bradford County High School. night' at Crandall Fin after an three acres fr ('0"-''I yon e.-r-r rrow! BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
------- illness! with pneumonia following: an 1Ja8t1n s' I' It' Kcd Book; tells all ,
Jacksonville attack of influenza. At the time of his about tlio rl rU-V.I.' I < f n r.v / saving
Richard of
Morgan week-end guest, at the home of brother's death his mother was also garden u.il: to!: v"':>.-'.:1hlul to put Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
was a It telU r.Lut tho farm crops as
himself In It.
he
E. S. Matthews. Starke critically ill and! was confined
hia uncle. l to his bed at his home in thiscity well art shows you the dear road to ESTABLISHED 1389
friends of11': Richard will be pleased ,
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so that be could not go to them. real nI regular farm pronperl'.r. STARKE FLORIDA
been
he has
recently
to know that Send for It today to r' 3. ,
mother is much improved. Free. ,
promoted to the cashiership of the His now very HASTINGS CO., Atlanta: Ga.-Anvt.

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of such license tax not- fully and completely 1 I Series; A. Motorcycles _. = $ 2.00( approval by the Governor. + + + + + + . 4 + + +

: LAWS OF FLORIDA expired when this Act goes Series U. Automobiles] and other Approved, Dec. 6, 1918. + LEGAL NOTICt 4e4

into effect, and to cause the same to motor vehicles of 22 h. p TO + + + + . + + + + + +

(Continued From rage :3)). be paid to the person rightfully entitled or less __________ ___ __ __ n 5.00 CHAPTER 77.jO-No.( 15)). NOTICE
I _
thereto and n sum of money Series C. Automobiles of more AN ACT for the Relief of W. M. IIol- six menthe;;;; ;; ;; "' date hereof I will prcirntmy ; ;
t Hut if nny person( shall appear at sufficient to pay all such warrants than 22 h. p. and! not more )lowuy and Cade E. Shucklcford. touches and final account to thy Honarnbl.
such hearing and claim the things nnd appropriated out of unymonies I than 27 h. p.---------------- 8.00 Gee; A. Gardiner County Juditi of Bradford
intcrpene any dofonxc I to Much affidavit I Is hereby the State Treasury not Series D. Automobiles of more Whereas, theCommittee State Democratic Executive County, Florida adminiMretor and aak for my final dfflchurue -
determinev in UN of the Mtatv of W. H.
the Circuit Judge hhull otherwise. appropriated. And l it shall. I than 27 h. p. and not more Tn its call providing THEPUBLIC Underbill, dcceaaed.Thu .
whether the evidence adduced] ( proves Hoards of than 33; h. 12.00 for the nomination of candidatesto the Nth day of AuitUBt.. IPlfl. '
several p.
the
be the duty of --- -------- ---
beyond reasonable\ doubt that such Commissioner in this State, I Series 10. Automobiles of more fill the various offices\ to bo voted J. L. UNDERHILL. I'

things nn forfeited, and make his. I County demand of person entitled I than 35 h. p. ___________ ___ 15.00 upon in the Primary Election held on 8'9-6mo. Administrator. '
written order ucccirdintrly., I And if he upon any .. the 4th of June 1918 included in such
,
| thereto and l the production and surrender Series Any type) of automobiles NOTICE TO DEIITOKS AND
ins in the d br mall ve such the oflicc of Tax Commissioner CREDITORSAll
shall tie trl m 1 | such Hoard of indubitable evidence with a seating: capacityof call ,
things shall l Il' destroyed or sold, I.by to such ten or more passengers.100.00 two to be nominated in such primary, persons Indebted to the rotate of John
of the payment by personto Culver late. of Hartford Connecticut ,
and end formerly
the Sheriff in the same manner such County of a license tux for ;Motor vehicles having been licensed and, of Hrtulford Counl)'. Florida' deceased,
upon the same terms. and condition the manufacture or sale of alcoholic by any other State of tho United Whereas, among: numerous candidates are requested, to nay their said debts forthwithand
r: na> is provided in Section Fourteen beverages,! Status, shall be subject to the provisions for these offices were W. M. JIol- I all penmns having claims against Raid ....
intoxicating liquors or
he shall determine in or Cade E. Shackleford who tate shall file the same duly authenticated.
hereof but if of this Act after such motor vehicles loway and
which has not fully und completely We do not believe it would be possiblefor with the undersluned administrator within one
the negative respecting all or any expired when this Act goes into effect, I have been In the State for a were by a majority vote elected] or us to bottle and sell ONE HUNDRED year from data hereof or they will be forever.
such things the part not forfeited chosen as the nominees for the twooliices barred.This.
of to cause to be drawn, signed and, pciiod of thirty days. : AND FIFTY GALLONS of No.I
shall he returned to the person legally ;Motor Trucks of Tax Commissioner, and December 11. 1515.
accordance with
countersigned in 101 Tonic day if it was not an effective RICHARD
per ALBERT.
entitled, thereto. And if tho State bn or general law, n warrant upon the fundsof (For hauling any load other than pas Whereas' the said W. 1\1. Holloway treatment for influenza.A Administrator of estate of John Culver the Shpriff, or the Claimant shall such County for a sum of money sengers.) and Cade E. Shackleford entered the ceased. 12-13-81.
with the decision of said/ primary provided for in good faith
dissatisfied equal to the rata part of such Series W. Trucks of not more
Circuit judge they shall have the 'license tax not pro fully and completely] than 1 ton capacity ________$10.00 and made a canvass of the State at NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX: DEED
right within ten days of the makingof when this Act into effect, Series' X. Trucks of more than considerable] personal expense, man who works a large force of l'lIonttc SECTION: B OF CHAPTER: 1888.

the order to appeal from the final and expired to cause the same goes to be paid to one ton and not more than 2 ing that they would in the believ'l men came to our office several days LAWS OF FLORIDA

decision of the Court to the Supreme I the rightfully entitled thereto. tons capacity _________ __u_ 25.00 their being the nominee of the Democratic ago/ and told us he had twenty-five men Hereby notice is given that T J. Merman,

Court in the same manner as appealsin ] 'Ihe 1 person rights", created by this Act Series Y. Trucks of more than party be appointed to the said taken with this malady in one day. 171 purchaser, 174 and of 172 tax Issued sale' certlllcnles by the Tax Collector numbered for 1.

Chancery lire taken under Kenrral: be enforced l in any appropriateCourt 2 tons anti not more than 4 offices andWhereas He immediately distributed an ample Bradford County Florida, satd certiflcntes 1,
law and the rules of the Supreme : may of this State by mandamus tons capacity un_________ CO.OO the legislature has passed supply of No. 101 Tonic among them 171 and 174 being dated the 6th day of July

Court and upon such appeal being proceedings in accordance with the Series Z. Trucks of more than an Act repealing the law providingfor and there was not a fatality in the dated A. .I>. the 1015.4th and certificate.of number 17:? being
day .
September A 1>
entered such Circuit Judge shall I general law. 4 tons capacity. ___ .__ __ _____100.00 the said, Tax Commission and twenty-five... has filed the snld certificates In my office.11116 and
cause to be reduced to writing and Sec :20. That the Several Circuit Provided that hearses casket wagons :- thereby precluding the said W. M. Hol- I has made application for tax deed to IHSUO In

authenticate with his signature all Judges in this State shall fully ex- or ambulances owned and operated loway and Cade E. Shackleford from accordance with law. The said certificates re.Kpectlvely .
t oral,, evidence, considered by him upon by undertakers in connection with being: appointed to the office to which I embrace. the following lands In
the of this Act to which Tonic Bradford county Florida assessed
plain provisions The formula by this is at the data
such hearing, and the same shall be business shall be subjected they were nominated by the voters of of the .
I Grand Jury organized in their' their regular not Issuance of such certificates In the
I is the
made to
it
given public
every so can
filed with the papers in the case andthel'eby to a license tax of more than I the State of Florida; therefore, names respectively. hereinafter. particularly set
become of the record I respective Circuits and especially lie it Enacted by the Legislature of not be listed as a secret nostrum. It forth I..wlt'C..rtlfl.nl.
n part charge them that it is their duty to ten dollars. contains Iron which i III for the blood; .. No. 1 embraces North Half of
shall the of
*id a bill of exceptions | This Act shall not apply to any mo- Slate Florida: Southwest
proper I return indirements l against all persons, Quinine which is deadly, to the influenza Quarter and South Half of Northwest
not be nece$!!ary. The hearing' before of tor vehicles owned and operated by Section 1. That the sum of One Quarter of Southeast Quarter, See 29\ .
the Circuit Judge: shall be informal !' associations persons, or corpora the United States Government the Hundred and Ninety Dollars ($190.00)) germ and Magnesia: which thoroughly Ti. 4. S. K. 19 E., 100 acres, anaesnid W. D.
!, tions, who may have violated any of of I be and the is : ] opens the bowels." Sold throughout Waters.Certificate.
and he shall have the nOWt'r111,1 nilthority I State of Florida, the Counties this same hereby appropriated -
No.
171 emhrnces
the provisions of this herein declared the South wholesale and S. 10 acres of
\.t. by retail -
;; to make all needful rules and : State and the Cities and Towns in I \ to W M. Holloway to reimburse and Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter,, Sec.
I criminal Olfense.
to be a
orders to cArry this Section into ..f- this State when said vehicles are used'|I him for his actual expenses incurred druggists, drug dealers. li.! T... 7. S. R. 20 E., D. C. Melvln.
shall have the Sec. :!1. That any Sheriff: State in the Democratic held CcraIIc ate No. 174 embraces Northeast Qanr.Ire .
feet. And the Sheriff I exclusively by the United States Government I Primary on
Solicitor Constable of Northwest
Attorney (County Quarter and E 12 A of
right to call to his assistance the I other I State of Florida the Counties -, June 4th 1918, as the same appearson Northwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter, See.
prOst'cutinJ.IIttorrlcy commissioned :
State Attorney County Solictor or or by the State, or regularly of this State, and the Cities and i file in the office of the Secretaryof The G. B. Williams Co. 22 Tp. 7. S. R. 20 K., 63 acres. assessed D. C.
Melvln
other commissioned prosecuting attorney I who I Towns of this State, nor to motor vehicles State of the State of Florida as required -
by a County neglects Certificate No. .
employed 172 embraces the following
or other prosecuting! attorney to enforce the provisions of this Act owned and operated exclusively by Chapter ((5170, Laws of nee at SE cor of Northeast Quarter' of Southeast
t regularly employed] by the County :,; shall be considered guilty of a neglect by the school authorities in trun"pol't-I Florida Acts of 1913. Quitman:: GeorgiaNo Quarter Sec. 01 and run N 210 yds.. W.
to assist him in preparing the n0idnvitherein ing school children to and Sec. 2. That the sum of One Hun 1411 )'d... S. 210 )'.1... E 140 yds to pt of begs -
lof i and suspended from officein
mentioned, and represent him the duty manner provided in the Con. in this> State; said motor vehicles to dred; and Ninety Dollars ($190.00)) be Worms In a tlealthy ChildAll Assessed acres. Sec.E. J.84.McRae.Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E.. 6 acre.

at the hearing before the (Circuit stitution of this State. display' some distinguishing! mark or und the same is hereby appropriatedto children troubled with worms have tat unhealthy Unless. said certificates shall bo redeemed.

Judge, and in taking: and perfectingany i Sec. 22. That if for reason, designation I Cade E. Shackleford] to reimbursehim color which Indicates>00r Mood and as a according to law tax did will issue thereonon
appeal from the final decision of Section any of this Act No license fee shall be required fora for his actual expenses incurredin rule there Is more or leas stomach disturbance the lath day of January A. D. 19111.Witness \ .
provision otrielal signature' and seal
or my this
the Circuit Judge But no appeal taken any shall be adjudged unconstitutional or single trailer of not more than five the Democratic Primary held on GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given rrOul-irly' the 11th day of December A. P. If\ IS.
by any party shall operate as n sup- such fact shall hundred ((500)) pounds capacity. When June 4th, 1918 as the same appearson fortwoor three weeks will enrich the blood Ira W. T. WEEKS,
otherwise inoperative, the digestion and act a General Strentithenlnd -
as !
file in prove 12-lt-6t. i I Seal i, Clerk Circuit Court.NOTICE .
the office of the
ersedeas, but such things shall remain not be held to affect any other Sec- more than one trailer of not more than Secretary of Tonic to the wholo syHtem. Nature will then

in the custody of the Sheriff I tion or provision in this Act contained, five hundred pounds capacity is attached throw oft or dl.l'cllhowo.m8.and the Child will!! hi
pending such appeal and to abide the I but the same shall remain in full to a single motor vehicle or (Continued on Page 7)), In perfect health. Pleasant to take. JOe per hottlo UNDER OF SECTION APPLICATION 5 OF CHAPTER FOR TAX 4RK8.DEED

final decision of the Supreme Court. I force and effect as if the Section: or when one or more trailers of more LAWS OF FLORID

That for the performance of the duties provision. adjudged unconstitutional or ,, than five hundred pounds capacity are Notice Is he.-eby given that W M. Wainwrlirht .
required of the Sheriff by the had not been so operated the same license fee shall I i iI' purchaser of Tax Certificate No. RI.dnl..d \,
tho inoperative originally the 4th tiny of September. A. I). 1010.!
provisions of this Section or 1'1'0-1 incorporated! in this Act. be paid on each and every trailer so I has filed said certificate in my office and has
visions of Section Fourteen hereof, Sec. 23. That nothing contained in operated as is herein required for a i made application for tax deed. to issue in ae*
shall receive the same fees provided this Act shall be construed in anywise motor vehicle] of the same capacity." I cnrdnnce with law. Said certificate emhraciatho

I by law for the arrest and return of us repealing or amending any of the Sec. 2. That all laws and parts of ] Stalk Cutters Bradford following county described, Florida property to-wit:: situated In

persons charged: with crime including provisions of Chapter 7283, Laws of laws in conflict with this Act be and Southwest Qunrter of Southeast Quarter

the same mileage, and the actual Florida approved, April 21th 1917 the same are hereby repealed.Sec. ] Sec. n: Tp. 6. S. R. 22 E.. 40 ae.....
,
and The. said land being asseswed at the date of
cost of transporting such things, 3. This Act shall take effect
the manufacture
Relating to possession : the Issuance. of such certificate in the name of
for each seizure made by him or his and truflic in alcoholic or intoxicating nnd become operative January 1st,, $35.00 Unknown. Unless said certificate shall he redeemed

Deputy when the same are ordered liquors and other liquids; defining 1919.!} according to law tax deed will issue
thereon the 2'Uh' tiny of January. !OIWlln..o \).
destroyed or Sold by the Circuit Judge I Approved Dec. C, 1918. on
: such liquors and liquids, enumerating -
.. additional fee of my official signature and seal this
)hI' shall receive un the persons and placesto the Iflth day of December. A. P. 1"1..
V Five Dollars and, all such fees and which and in which suchmanufacture CHAPTER 7738-(No. 13)). I W. T. WEEKS.
compensation shall he paid out of traffic and AN ACT for the Relief of ;Marcus En- Snap Clerk Circuit Court

the Fine and Forfeiture Fund, of the I may be carried, on, nnd relating] keeping to: del Inspector of the Chemical Division I : Only have three at this very Bradford By R. A.Countv.WEEKS: Florida

County, as costs are paid upon the 'certain clubs and other places where of Agricultural Depart- 12-20-Bt. Deputy Clerk.:

,, conviction of Bn insolvent] person. such liquors are received for certain ment of the State of Florida for I low $45.00

I Sec. Ifi. That the Clerks of Courts! I purposes; relating: to nuisances anti] Loss of Salary During his Suspen- ; price---worth XSTKU'S SAI.E

r performing duties' under the provisions I imposing duties on certain officers and sion from Said OfT.ee.: Notice is hereby glean. that under and by

I of this Act shall receive the same I prescribing certain remedies except Buy before they virtue of a Final Decree made nnd rendered
fees as prescribed by general law for I tso much thereof as is clearly inconsistent Whereas, on the Itth day of June are gone December IKth. A. D. lOlA! by the Judge! of
the rircull Court of the nth Judicial Circuit,
duties and A. 1)I 1917 Marcus Ender]
the performance of similar with the provisions of this Inspectorof : of Florida In and for Bradford County, in
witnesses attending any investigation: Act. The intention is hereby expressedthat the Chemical Division of the Agricultural I chancery sitting In favor of Lelah F. Godwin,
I pursuant to subpoena shall receive this Act shall be construed Department of the State Of Complainant and airainst Scott Andrew. and
t and diem If as Florida suspended from the exercise I*. S. Colson' and Freda. Colnon his wife., defendants
the same mileage per as I I was '
supplementary to the Act approved the undershrned will offer for salebefure
attending: as a witness before the I April :21th, 11H7, and so much of said of the duties of said office to-wit: II DeWIIT C. JONES the court hou.e doors at Starke Bradford

'I l Circuit Court in term time, and such i Act as is not clearly inconsistent the inspection of food and drugs, county Florida, between. the .letral. hours
fees and mileage of such persons, and stock feed) and fertilizer, under the direction I of sale on Monday, the 3rd day of February
'with the of
this Act shall
provisions Starke Florida A. D. 1 1910! In the hlihe. and hest bidder forouh.
such fees of such Clerk shall be paid I remain in full force and effect of said Department of Agriculture : the following described lands, situatedIn

out of the Fine and Forfeiture Fundof throughout: the State when this Act of the State of Florida, and Bradford County, Florida' to-wit
the County as costs are paid upona into effect. Whereas, the said Marcus Endel was I The Smith Half CAI t of the. South Half 1'{,)
goes i-f lot Eleven (Ill). Section thirty ((30 Also
conviction of an insolvent] person. I Sec. 24. That this Act shall go Into on the 2nd day of December, A. D. the West Half I'" of the. North East Quarter:
Sec. 17. That it shall he the duty effect the first day of January, A. 1918, by unanimous vote of the Sen- --------- - --- '11-41 of the Northeast Quarter 11-41. of Section -

of the several Sheriffs in this State I). 1919. I ate reinstated in said office; therefore i Thirty-one pal: I ; Also the Southeast Quar.ter .
E. 0. PAINTER 11-11' of the Northeast Quarter 11-41 lest.
FKKTILlZEll
record of all COMPANY
to keep a permanent I Approved December 7, 1918. Ten HOI Acres Northeast Corner in
things seized. by them or coming into He it Enacted bv the Legislature of Section h nf81lht; All In: Township Six t

II their possession or custody, pursuant CHAPTER 7737-( No. 12)). the State of Florida : I Jacksonville, Florida l pal,i. Range Twenty ((20i East all land heint

f to any of the provisions of this Act AN ACT to amend) Section ('I of Chapter Section 1. That the sum of twenty- Fertilizers, Insecticides, Sprayers Poultry SuppliesFor and Lelah lying F. fjodwln East of and!Branch I. W.sinning Hnhnlnter.: between Jr.,

with the date, character and quantityof I 7273; Laws of 11)17) entitled, two hundred and twelve dollars ($2- containing. Seventy '170) Acres, more or I....
such things, and they' shall note "an Act to License anti Regulate the 212.00)) be and the same is hereby appropriated thiry"ar' we have been manufacturing' fertilizer in this State, ...we have satisfied customer J. I. PEEK.

"f upon such record the disposition madeof Running of ;Motor Vehicles on the out of any money in the in every county in Florida. A. 7.. ADKINS.Complainant's. Special Master

I such things and the time of such Public Roads,' and Highways and) to State Treasury not otherwise appropriated I I Write For Latent 1'ricin; I.int.; I'rlcea always in line with Quality; Sulit'Itor.
It' disposition which shall be verifiedby I I'rovide! for the Registration thereof to be paid to ;Marcus 1'nll..l.Insppctor : 12.27-St-

the signature of the :Sheriff;:: in per I ; to fix the Amount of Annual of the Chemical Division of ORPFR FOR Prni.lCATION

son and which shall nt nil times be License to be Paid into the State !I the Agricultural Department of the In Circuit Court State of Flor ,la. Eighth

t// open to inspection by the public. I Treasury; to Provide for the \Distribution -I State of Florida, for loss> of salary Wanted Judicial' Circuit. Bradford! County In Chaneery. -

; Sec. IS. That when not otherwise among the Several Counties during" his said suspension.Sec. : Representative .
I H. I. Lewis.Complainant,
j 2. That the State Comptrolleris
i I herein specifically provided any person of the Futul) thus Created an.ll .
association of persons, or corporation the Expenditure, of Same on Stnte hereby required to draw his warrant VB !

and any agent or employeeof and State Aid and twelve dollars in favorof Delco-Light
(2212.00)
association of persons to Provide Penalties for the Violation
any person Ended It appearing hv affidavit appended, to the
or corporation who shall violate any of of Certain Sections thereof;" the saidlar,115 and the I bill! filed\ In the nliove 'laleil emi.i> thnt Sn rah
I the foregoing provisions of this Act to Amend Chapter 1 C> 137 Acts oflOO.'i. State Treasurer is hereby required to Lewis, the defendant( therein. named Is a reai-
pay the same upon presentation. Delco-Light is the complete light and dent of the State of .Florida. and she la a
herein declared to be unlawful or to ; Entitled: !, "An Act Regulatingthe power I residint of Alachua county. Florida .nd conceals .
l>e n misdemeanor. or which imposes' Running of Automobiles or Motor e":1: That this act shall take effect plant for farms stores, schools churches, cotton herself so that subpoena cannot be ....rv.
and!
after its
immediately passage ,'d upon her. over the awe of twenty-one years;
n duty upon any officer or nny person Vehicles on the Public Roadsor }>
approval by the (:iovernor.Approved gins and similar places. it Is therefore ordered that said non-resident
shall conviction be deemedguilty Highways in the State of Florida .
upon : defendant .be and Is hereby required to appearto .
C of a misdemeanor. anti, punishedby ;" and Also to Amend Chapter Dec. 5th 1918.! Delco-Light furnishes plenty of bright, clean' the bill of complaint filed In said,( cause on

a Fine not exceeding Five Hundred tihSI!!) Acts of 19l.! ; Entitled I or before Monday the 3rd day of February, A.
Dollars by imprisonment' in the I "An Act to Amend Chapter CHAPTER 7739: -(No. 14)), safe electric light; power for pumping water, P. 11'lu.' otherwise the alleirat on. of said bill
or AN ( of Charles H. I will be taken as confessed by said defendant.
ACT for the Relief
County Jail not exceeding: six months, I /12;: of the Acts of the Legislating operating separators churns grinding mills and 1I.is further, ordered tha tthls order' be published
the Chemical
: [ of
t or by both such fine and imprisonment 1 of 1911. Same lieiug Entitled ".\n McKinnon Inspector other machines. once a week for five consecutive weeks
otherwise herein Division of the Agricultural in the Bradforil County Telegraph a newspaper -
and when not Act to License Automobiles anti
; of the of Florida I ,published. in said county and state.'
State ,
Department I
spi-eilicallv provided. any person I Other ;Motor Driven Vehicles Using. Good Business Opportunity For This December lard 1111"
association of persons, or corporation; the Public Roads or Highways of for the Loss of Salary During His W. T. WEEKS.
-a Suspension from said Office.Whereas Wide-Awake Man With Limited (Seal> Clerk Circuit Court
and any agent or employee of any person the State of Florida, ; Either for I Capital By R. A. WEEKS.

association who having of / persons previously, or been corporation Hire or Otherwise." on the -Itth tiny of June ; Every farm and suburban home needs Delco- A. Z. ADKINS. Deputy Clerk

convicted as is hereinbefore'; in this He it Fnacted by the Legislature of A. D. 1917! Charles H. McKinnon[ InSlctor Light. There are hundreds of Delco-Light Solicitor, for Confplalnant. 12-27-Bt.
of Chemical Division of
:Section;:: provided!, ,shall subsequently. I the :Slate; of Florida : the
the Agricultural Department of the prospects in town and county. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AVD CREDITORS
your
violate any of the foregoing provisions Section 1. That Section 0. of Chapter .
I of this Act herein declared!: to be 727; Laws! of 1917! Entitl..I.n State of Florida, was suspended from Florida dealers in Delco-Light are unusually All lemon indebted( to the'eslate. of Dr. M.
the exercise of the duties of said office P. Wilson late of Florida,
Bradford' County
unlawful] or to !I..' a misdemeanor. Act to License and Regulate the Run-
to-wit: the inspection of foods successful. The business is clean pleasant, profitable lereased. are required to pay their said debtaforthwith
which imposes a duty upon any of Motor Vehicles on the Publi claims
I cr flog and all persons having
J otHcer or person shall\ upon conviction Road and! Highways and to Providefor and drugi stock feed and l fertilizer and .eU.established.'c want a good against the said estate are requested to pre
t' I lu deemed guilty of felony and the Registration thereof to fix under the direction of said, Department tent them duly authenticated within one year
t n ; dealer in territory. To the right .
.. of Agriculture of the State of your rrom this date or they will be forever barred
punished by a tine not """'""llilH!' I the Amount of Annual License to be This 27th day of nrn.mlwn IV'l..
Three Thousand Dollars, or by imprisonment Paid into the State Treasury; to Provide Florida andWher'ns. man we will make a liberal proposition. MRS JESSIE' A. WILSON
ts in the State prison not exceeding for the Distribution among the the said Charles, H. McKinnon \ Executrix of Estate of l>.. B. P. Wtlson de
of December Writ., wire or phone for particular ceased 12-27-
was on the 2nd day -
three years, or by both such fine Severn! Counties of the Fund thus 1
The of Created the of Same A. D. 1918, by unanimous vote of F --
4, and imprisonment imposition! ,1 and Expenditure CLAUDE NOLAN NOTICETo
the Senate reinstated in said office\
sentence' under the provisions of this I on State and State Aid foals< and : ,

\ Section shall not prevent the forfeiture Hridges
destruction and sale as! is herein Violation of Certain Sections. thereof; ( Florida and to all others whom It
provided in other Sections of this Amend Chapter' 5137 Acts of 1905.F.ntitlf'e the state of Florida : 918 Main Street.JACKSONVILLE. may concern :--
Section 1. That the sum of twentytwo You and each of will take notlca that
Act. In Counties where there is not a I.! "An Act Regulating] the you
hundred and twelve dollars $2-( ; FLOKWA under and pursuant to an order made( amivndered
Court of Record Criminal Court of Running of Automobiles or Motor by the Honorable. J. T. Wills Judge
Keeord: or ('nuntCnllrl., the (County Vehicles' on thr Public Road or 212.00)) be and the same is hereby ap- M 0'' the Clfiilt Court of the Eighth Judicial'
Judge's Court shall have exclusive'jurisdiction Highways in the State of Florida;" reprinted out of any money In the Circuit or Florida In and for Bradforil County
State otherwise r i tt In a certain matter in chancery In said Court
Treasury not appropriated
of all criminal protocu-; and Also to Amend Chapter fiSSl! .
I endtnir. styled : In the matter of Receiver.uhh' .
tions for first! offense under this Aet.Sec. Acts of 1915.! Entitled.A n Act to to be paid to Charles D. McKinnon. i r7 +t9r of Tarmenter State Bank said order be-
'' Inspector of the Chemical Division Inc dated the list day of December, lUltt t,
I it shall be the duty Amend Chapter (ill: of the A<1tsr
That
If!). .
I 'I of the Agricultural Departmentof he undr ltrnrd. who was therein" and thereby sat9'ninntl
: : of the Comptroller upon demand of "An Art to License Au- .., ....
I entitled thereto and the entitled herein, will at my f. in Gnln.-m.. A1sehua -
\ any person and surrender tomobilts and Other Motor Driven during his said suspension.Sec. I County Florida within the .a d Circuit
production evidence I uinninv> at the h..-"r of ten o'clock m..
' Comptroller of indubitable Vehicles Using the Public. Rends or 2. That the State Comptroller "rlilav.. the 21th day of January. 1919.a. .
I pro.eed
r of the payment by such person to the Highways of the :tate;:: of Florida] ; is hereby required to draw his warrant r I .. to take. the testimony In the said 1 cause. aairectvd
Florida of license tax for for Hire or Otherwise. ," be amendedso for said sum of twenty-two hundred by the said order: and all and singular
State of a in fav- l 4.rz the. stockholders. of said Parmenter State Banlcre
follows nnd twelve dollars ($2,212.00))
or sale of alcoholic\ as to read ns : r?
manufacture .
hereby notified and and
the required to then
Intoxicating liquors or "Section C. The following fees shall or of the said! Charles B. McKinnon here appear before me. as Special Master, and
or fully and completely'I bo paid to the Comptroller upon the and the State Treasurer Is hereby required .,ve testimony In the said l matter.

expired whichno when this Act goes into effect, registration or registration of mo- to pathe same upon presentation. 60,Dated 1818.at Gainesville. Florida, this December

his warrant upon the Treasurer tor vehicles in accordance with theprovisions T. B. ELLIS. JR..
to draw of the State of Florida for n sum of this Act: Sec. 3. That this Act shall take ef. '. -8-41. Aa Special Master aforesaid. .

+ of money equal to the pro rata part j Passenger Vehicle feet immediately after its passage anti I


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w' UENEUA1: t-"nnW-FI.OIIU\-: : ,----
fective upon its passage and approvalby an order of the Comptroller countersigned tives shall be six dollars per day. GIRLS WHITEN SKIN shako well This makes n

( Continued From Page tl ). the Governor, or upon its becoming j by the Governor, for the stated The Secretary of the Senate and the r of the very best I lemon skin quarter whitener pint
a law with out such approval. amount which orders shall at the Chief Clerk of the \House of Representatives WITH LEMON JUICE und complexion benutifipt

I Approved Dec. 7, 101S.! 1 j close of the Legislative session' or in shall each be entitled to known.
State of Florida required Chapter 4a"sage this
us by duo ,be the for five after the fragrant, creamy lotion
course presented' to Comp pay days adjournment I '
lilTO, Laws of Florida, Acts of i iAN 'Make a Beauty Lotion For A daily into tho face, neck, arms and
CHAPTER 7745-( No. 20)). 'I troller, who shall issue to the State of the present suasion of the ,

1U1M.Sec :U. That the ishereby ACT to amend Section 970 of the Treasurer warrants therefor.Sec. Legislature: at the rate of six dollars Few Cents to Remove Tan Inn-d-i and just ere h.w>, freezes! tan,
( Comptroller General Statutes of the State of1 ::: 2: This Act shall take effect 'per day, to bring up the work of the sntlovviiKs, redness' and roughness/: ,
'J directed. to draw his warrant Florida, as amended by, Chapter I II immediately: upon becoming I a law. I Journal anti the Assistant Secretaryof Freckles, Sallovvness. di'''iipptnr and how smooth, soft and
favor [
in ofV. :M. llolloway for the I I
i (tifcO1*, Laws of Florida, approved 'eC. ;3. The um of ten thousand 1 the Senate and the Assistant Chief dear tho skin becomes' Yea! It ;in
of WO.OO! ( and! to thaw his WIII'rlillt
\ sum in favor of Cado E. JShacklefonl- May 20th. 1)1"!) Relating to "Fees dollars or so much thereof as is necessary Clerk of the House of Representatives Your grocer has the I lemons and hart has, an.the\ beautiful lesulti
for Prisoners" is here appropriated" out of the I shall be entitled to for two any
Feeding i ii daysafter
i pay
I for the sum of $lIlJ.OO!) the snme to be I i iI general: revenue fund to carry out und the adjournment at the rateaforesaid. 111'1110store or toilet counter will supply will surprise vou--Adv. ((98))
out of funds in the State
paid any you with three" ounces of orchard -- .
i He it Enacted by the Legislature of cover the expenditures" provided ender 1. --
: Treasury not otherwise appropriated. ,I 1 the State of Florida: : this Art The experienced 1 indexer appointed I white for u few cents. Squeeze thejuice The Quinine Thnt Docs Not \lfnl the McnJPnaiiwnf 1
\ Sec. This Act shall take effect I
4. law | Section That Section giG of the Appr'dov.: ;10, 15)18. I under Chapter tiHii: Laws of Florida, 01 two fwh" lemons into I Its lonlinml linntlviofTiie, LAXA>
:.1 immediately upon its becoming n. i lot- 11IliOMO gi/ IMNK: (Clulililxl, ran hiIn ken
Approved, Dec 7 -1018.! : - i General Statutes of the :State: of Florida the Recording Secretary of the :Senate :: by anyone Wlth""I.ltll.\n-\ ,, rn-ri innnr.. rlnilinil.
tie
as amended by Chapter (6898! i, CHAPTER I : 774i! -( =No."' :21)I), : and the I'leik appointed! I by, \House hen put in the orchard white and III lluhi'ml K: W (,K 'Vr.; S "1 l1n"Ir".n Imx :Ixr., :

CHAPTER 7711 No. 1(5). i'Laws' of Florida, Approved May :20th, AN ACT to lix the Pay Members: Resolution: to ildexl'HISI.\ .' journals
-( I'| 1015, is hereby amended to read as Olhcers and 1 Attaches of the Extraordinary shall lie entitled to live days to complete -
AN ACT for the Relief of A, L, :Mes- .
M ILK >uuut M K 8II8)tJOt4UOOOfrrt513ClOf3tfUt'Ut: : : > .
Hotel Commissioner of the follows: Session of tho Legislatureof the indexing of the Legislative.lourn.iR < iriuucKu 101 tuutauauuaauug(: :: ,

ser Florida for the Loss of Section !07<>. Fees for Feeding Pris the State: of Florida A. D. 1918, ] Such payments to be nude,
State of ,
oners. The Sheriff (shall make out andI and Certain Other Expenses of the however, only I lifter the completionand
his from
Saul Salary Office.During Suspension I present to the Hoard of County ComI Legislature: and! :Making Appropriation 1 delivery of the copy of the indices Trade

I missioners, at any regular meeting therefor.Be to the .\lI<'rlwU'n'I'1I1 a l nnd I after the | Export

the 19th of June, I thereof! his bill for fees for feeding, Attorney General has approved Uncompleted
Whereas day
on 1 prisoners; und the ,period for which the it Enacted by the Legislature of work as required by Chapter
A. n. 1917, A. L. Meaner, Hotel Commissioner Ii.
charge,: is made, which foes shall be as the State of Florida: til:HI;, Laws of Floiid.i., Latin ,
ilmerica'n
of the State of Florida, wassuspended [K I /
l l. of his (I follows: For feeding twenty prjIIIn- Section 1, That the pay of the The Hill'I.t'tll'y:: of the Semite nnd
from the exercise I
ers or leas sixty cents per day each; members of the present Extraordinary the (Hill Clerk' of the Houso of H"p"-I" '''::;
The inspection What Sells
t, duties of said office, to-wit: : Here Sells There
of Hotels and Rooming land for feeding all over twenty pris- [I Session of the Legislature convened sentatives shall ouch have pay 'I'h
and 1 oners fifty cents per day each ; und it November :Wth!: lMs! shall be per day after the adjournment of the present ,i '
Houses and all matters thingspcrtnimnsr
> to the management and shall be the duty of said Board to pro- I diem of six dollars per day in addition extra session of the Legislature,: yu,:::1 :\t.tnuf.ldu..r. wishing! to niaikct tlicir products' in Latin America wilt abe
: audit the nnd order warrant to mileage allowed by the Con to complete t their finished wnik sad
i pcrly same a
: in the State of Flor- Ix-nrfilril. l
thereof
conduct drawn against the fine and for- stitution of the State of Florida nt ten to return their, books and bills-properly fl:1j: hy cOlllmunllllingilh our Export Bureau.Ve can sell t:

; ida; and Senate the Fifth I feiture fund of the county for the sum cents per mile each way. indexed sorted and labeled r:: your gooils through ourNative J
Whereas, the on found to be due. I Sec 2. That the pay of the Secretary I ill lonvi'tnont ,1'01'11I far '! I

i day of December, A. D. 1918, refused Sec. 2. That nil laws and 1 parts of of the Senate anti, Chief Clerk reference" to the :Secretary of :State: I d:, Sales Representatives
removal of the said I ''
the
to consent to Jaws, in conflict with this Act, be, and of the House, of Representatives and, pn>merit to be mnde upon the certificate f,1i:1
\ A. L. Mosser[ ; therefore the same are hereby repealed.Sec. of the official stenographer, of the Senate of the Seci'.<'.tiir.v of State tlvit
,
.' He it Enacted by the Legislature of) ::: :;i. This Act shall become effective and House of l Representatives shallbe Such dot}' has been performed; Said ::; and bade' 'tI1I1\.tlilln I'ulilmty in Iwo hundred Latin American '

the Section State of 1, Florida That the: sum of Three I immediately upon its becoming six dollars per day each piiv hall be six ,dollars( per tiny I::: New<|"n|>rrs!< and ,two hundred' Salons (Motion Future Theatres) in
The of the Senate The \Engrossing: and Sec.rotnries .
Recording
a law. i Sergeant-at-Arms \ : '
'I Thousand Six Hundred Fifty-seven Approved [lp('. 7, 191! (p. nail the (louse of Representatives ; of the Senate und the Engrossing h:): South and C'nlr.lllIwr I l'a. will carry the story of your products straight

I 1 Dollars and Sixty Cents ($:J.IiJ7.il( ; 0)) shnll receive n per diem of six dollars. and Enrolling Clerks of the 411:! to the Mirihanls, Business Men liny era and Consumers of ,these SouthAmerican

I be and the sumo is hereby nppropriatlf CHAPTER 774fi-( No. 21)). The pay of the messenger of the House of 1 Representatives' nnd each( assistant I"
the State Countries. ,
ed out of any monies in AN ACT to Authorize and Empowerthe Senate and the House of Representatives shall receive six dollars/ per :, I;

I ; Treasury that otherwise are not appropriated Trustees of the Internal Improvement shall be six dollars per day each.The diem ::
|< to be paid to A. L. Mes- I Co-operative Catalogues ,
Hotel Commissioner of the State Fund of Florida to cooperate pny of the doorkeeper of the Thnt the pny ol the Hill Secretaryof
ser, with the Federal Government Senate and the House of Representatives : the Senate and Bill, Clerk of t the IIR II'f'
: loss of salary during
\ of his Florida said suspension for of the United States of AmerIca shall be six dollars per day: each. House of lleprcsentntives: shall be .six R ( are assembling our 1919 I clilaltlglll"rinll'J in the language of the ,

Sec. 2. That the said Comptroller in providing Employment and The pay of the !pages of the Senate dollars per tiny each It;i South and Central "nU'ric.1IHf'puI.lit's..
Returned Soldiers Sailors the House of
Homes for and Representativesshall
to draw his warrant Thnt the of the Rending Clerk
is hereby required pny a
:Marines and Others, who Have be four dollars tier day each.' 1 1i
r for said, sum of Three Thousand and Assistant Rending. Clerk of the / interfile, write, wire or call
:' and Six Hundred Dollars) and Fifty- Served with the Armed Forces of The pay: of the Janitor of the Senate Senate and House of I Representatives

Seven Dollars and Sixty Cents, ( $::1.- the United States in the European and the House, of Representativesshall shnll be, six dollars per day each.Sec. Il i Export [)wtnton

657.00)) in favor of A. I.. :Messer, and War States or other Wars former of the American United be six dollars per day each. :a]. The iradir nt and milenge, t I: l ALLIED AMERICA ASSOCIATION
including ,
the said State -Treasurer is hereby required The of the Chaplain of the Senn ( I;
1. who Ser'etIn\ the Allied pay of the members of the Senate and 1
1 to pay the same upon presenta Citizens again the Central Towers t" and of the House of Representatives House Armies :: ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO U. S. A. :
tion.Sec. and who Have fJuen Repatriated and shall be four dollars per day. ( I nf the ('I'I..lar ie., Clerks and ; .
3. That this Act shall take ef- Who Have Been Honorably Discharged The pay of the Secretary of the l J\

fect immediately] after its passage,: and to Convey Lands of Speaker of the Mouse\ of Representa "11 'outturn, ,:d ;on (I'm'i' 8)) I n II I(800rCltart' Itll'U"nc'r: 'U'J\'JMMC"lnnnr'C'IMI1f'JMMMMf.\ ) > .'SI SfTS9t.1 If7p101L7Ctpfi'.rt3i7Cit:10Reducing !)
and approval] by the Oovemor.Approved .
L !
This State for Such Purpose anti
Dec. 14, 1918. --

CHAPTER 77U-( No. 17)) Whereas the Congress of the United 'V Oyi0ff| || %0TfcjfllEEfTlij
States at its present session will i
.1 AN ACT Appropriating,: the sum of
be called to enact legislation, which
Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25-: I on : I
will have for its purpose the execution -
] School fort
for the Industrial
000.00))
t soldiers
locate returned
of to
t 1, Boys Marianna: Florida, and the I sailors a plan and marines and such
,
further sum of One Thousand Dollars -
other ns served with the fore
persons
for the Reform
( 1000.00)
of the United States in the European
Girls Oeuja, Flol'ila.anll es
School for at
of the United
provided for the Expenditure of States War and or other who wars have been honorably .

this Appropriation. discharged including formei

who served in the a eBeginning
American citizens
,
the Legislature of
Be it Enacted by / Allied Armies against the Central
the State of Florida : I
Section 1. That the Hum of Twenty | Powers and who have been reputrlat-

five Thousand Dollars ( $25,000.00): ) be ed, und
Whereas, We believe that no Statein
and the same is hereby appropriated
better I
offers greater
or
the Union
out of any moneys in the State Treasury -
returned soldiers
available, for the Industrial School opportunities for our i

for Boys at Marianna, Florida. The sailors, marines marines and such other above soldiers 4 1919. for cash t i

money appropriated in this Section enumerated, sailors, than and Florida,as and are Saturday January Selling only.

shall be applied to the present existing -
Whereas, The Legislature desires< togo
): indebtedness, the excess, if any. and

to be applied to the completion of the endorsing,on record any as legislation heartily approving that will aid To make for of Hardware of

buildings and! structures now in. course I or cooperate with the Federal Government room severallarg-e shipments
Institution.Sec.
of erection. at this of One Thousand in perfecting,: its plan for the all kinds reduce stock
2. The SUCK benefit of such returned soldiers, sailors coming shortly, we must our present to
Dollars (1000.00) is hereby appropriated -
out of moneys in the and marines; therefore, the line. The thus be able
State Treasury available any for the Re- Be it Enacted; by the Legislature of display new publicvill owing

ida.form The School money for Girls appropriated at Ocala in, Flor-this I. the Section:State" 1.of Florida That the: Trustees Fund of of Flor th, this sale, to buy any article in our stock at greatly reduced prices


Section chase of shall an automobile be expended for for the the use pur-of |! bin Internal be and Improvement they are hereby authorizedand Will he sold cheaper than can be bought wholesale today. :

I empowered to enter into any cnn

said Sec.! Reform:3, All School.laws and parts of laws I I tract stipulations department, or agreement the 1.'pl.pral with. We give prices only on a few articles as spacevill not permit along
any agency or
and the I
conflict with this Act, be

same In are. hereby This Act repealf'll.Sec..s. shall. take effect ,, be created Government by Act which of Congress is now or for may the sale list. Everything reduced( in price. Call and let us

of locating returned soldiers,
immediately its becoming a law. purpose show
upon
sailors and marines'' nnd others who you.
.
Approved Dec. 9, 1918.CH.I'TER
have served with the armed forces of

; the United States in the EuropeanWar
( 77.It--0.: ( 18))
AN ACT making Appropriations for or other wars of the UnitedSlates 'II.NWKK: : IJI-IIES: ; 'I'I.I.\\EOI'S: : : IISCI'f.I.o..EOITSII : ; :
former American citizens

College Improvements for Women for the, and Florida Authorizing State- I I I' who including served in the Allied Armies .. Wash I Pnn- _ - _ On ,I irJ.'i > J.'ie: :-nupllnwl.. ,. __ .15 I l..c :Maihine Oil . .l0) $1 Ll 15 7 null' Turn I Mown\ I . .8r

the Expenditures Therefor. |I nirninst the Central Poweis and who Wn-h I'ans .20 15c Soup\ Bowls| _ _ .10 i ti.'ic; Howls _ _ . - .:'I'-!) $1 I._'5 8 Illl'll' Turn I flows .!'JO

have been honorably repatriated, tliseharged and who and havebeen the : :.c Cuff(... Tots _ n __ .:'0 M.7.r!' (Plnti s, .set of (Ii i _ . l.J; 1 II I.II (ollni I'nds, _ __ ,H5fl 71t... :fl .:i5 Sweeps\ Ili; to

Be it Enacted. by the Legislature of trustees of the Internal Improvement 25e'-pL'Fin;; : \ Hucket-) -----2(1 ; 1.(1)( Collar Pods _ ._ .7,; :21! I null -u_ DOc) to $ .l :25IlniiHeholcl !
MIM ILIAMOISc : : :
of Florida
the State :
'I Section 1. That out of any funds I I Fund of Florida are hereby, authorized' E\\\I;: EI.W.\: HI.: $:!.Oll Linseed Oil, Kill. 1.50MIC White I Mint, half

and empowered to utilize or conveyin / Milk I'ans ___ _ __ !: "
in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated th deem mlvisnble. tl .25 Dish funs n_ ______ .00 : nn ,1 > Whip\ .Iii: pints and l quarts|" _.20c to 8.>c
the of Twelve Thousand I such manner ns < v fl.25: Hollers _ __ ..III WJc !I.ubni'iitiriK Oil ,''jl! White
sum : therefor such state lands us in SJ.OO Ii-h Lens __ __ _u___ l.CO u' u gal ) HUH faint I $1.HO value

I Dollars ( 12000.00: ) ) be the hereby driveway appro- ', their judgment may he necessary to Ollc Wush funs _ __ n ____ .B'J8V 91.10 Hollers' --- ---------- .75 $751 Kiinjrp _ -6;!.50 1-2 (ral._ ICO/

printed for paving of this Act. SOc Dish Pans _ __ __ ___ .S3 II!5 _
through the College grounds of the carry out the purposes< : :Milk Tans __ .f 097.V u $ HunK 18.75Vhit' !HIMU faint, $1.50: value -
Sec. 2. All laws, and parts of lawsin -- nu 15c Cake PUIIB .. _____ _ .10 ::1 15; No. 8 Stoves .
Florida State College for Women; and :Milk Pani ________ ___ .61! : u $ -2 the sum of Three Thousand Dollars I conflict herewith are hereby re |0c Cake Puns -_ _____-- .::1'! $27.liO. No. (II t Stoves __ __22.50: $:'l.oo Floor ,Cote. Kill. 2. l"

($3,000.00)) for completing the Arcade pealed.Sec... 3. This Act shall take effect DISIIKS40c $1.25 Lantern _ _unn .85 $:!!.r.O.> Nn. H Stoves 1500l (/ .lie: Varnish. pint _.- .ao!

I College lending: to which the dining said :funds room shall of the be said expended I upon its passage and approval by the Vegetable Pishe _u ___ .23 $(.25:; Itrooms __ __ ____.__. .5)3\ $ l IIj; |Ji-troit, Vapor Oil Stove.:35.00: ') 85c Varnish, quart __00 ____ .70

I ; under the direction of the' Governor 0c Vegetable Dishes$0 $ t. JII Oil Stove (Ovens __.u ::1.111)fIc) : Stove I'ipini ;.25CDc : $'1.00 ttiMorH .___ 250

Hoard! of Control ns other funds appropriated I Approved Dec. 7, 1918. [COc flatters -- --- -- ------ .10 $1.75 5-gal. Oil Cans __u__ 1,25lOc : Cotton Rope (How !Lines.l"ic .10) $:J.CO Kuxiira _.__ 2.00

for said) College (dOc; HowN ___ _____ ,,U Oil, Cans _ _ __ 25
CHAPTER 7747-( No. 22)). uu ) 1-gnl. u (Hemp Rope flow! Lines ,:Jj! (toe) Shaving Inrushes! ___n_ .ISO:
Sec. 2. This Act shall take effectupon 2ic! Matters .1585c : $200) Mail /Boxen __ __. 1.CO/ _
the AN ACT Relating to the Lease of Certain - - - - --- .u $1.00 Hoes .75 85c Shaving Inrushes .60 by
and approval
its passage State Lands at Camp Joseph : Pitchers ---------------6(if) Wash /Boards .::1//) r
45c
law - u- -- _ ._
Governor, or upon its becoming a $1 I.W: Hoes .00 15c: Shaving Cream ;
such approval. I E. Johnston, in Duvnl County. 40c I'ltchers _____ h_ __ ___ .:25Xic 70c-- /Lard Cans -------------5()
without $".":5; Shovels. 1.H5l $1.00 Mores .75:;
__ __ _ _ ___ -
Approved Dec. 7, 1918. of 1'itchvrs .1583c :U..riO! Cnno Steam Cunnem., 7.1!M

the Re State it Enacted of Florida by :the Legislature : : Howls _ _ _ _ _ n_ .2; 'Oi' Half Bushel, Measure _ ..'{', $1.11)l ) !'.t'hurkl. _ - 1.01) 25c Poultry I'owders) - - .1

AN ACT CHAPTER to amend 7744 Section-(No..I 19)of).Chapter Section 1. The Governor: of the 7c Glasses -_ - _ __ - .1)(>."> You eon save on any article you 1 1.2f'' !I'ltihfurks 'Ml!/ ) 10e :Machine Oil _ . .07

732 J. Laws of Florida." Acts of !State' of Florida be and he is hereby '\lot Soup Howls/- __ __ __ __ .2; need in the Hunlwnre LInt tl .7'. K..llyx..- l.l'i: All Tools. nt reduced' prices.
Authorized and! directed to execute under -
the. being An Act I Relative -
I 1917, same
State, attested
nndHiring the great seal of the -
to the ('a Maintenance:

., Making of an the Appropriation State Convicts for, and the1'I United by the States Secretary of America of State, a ,lease to the of Take advantage of this sale to buy the supplies you need

the land! of the State of Florida in the

Thereof.Carrying out of the Provisions I Johnston present boundaries for one dollar of Camp or other Joseph. numi E: I, during 1919. This stock is all first class, new and up-to-date

nal consideration in such farm And
Ktf it Enacted by the Legislature of I,
with such verbiage as may be sntlsfaetort' :
.the State of Florida: to the ]lessee to continue. -o 'Inns
That Section' 4 of Chapter -
Section 1. the said land is used for military i ina111
7321 Laws of Florida. be and! the as .

same is hereby amended to read as I or:2, governmental This. Act shall purpoisSec take "ffe-t' I

follows: its becoming ' immediately upon a
able-bodied male
prisoners Sec. 4. not That needed all by the Hoard of Approved Dec. 5, 1918. I

Commissioners of State Institutions CHAPTER 7713-(No. :2't:O.> I .ar ware s
State Prison Farm, o.J.
s for work at the the of
AN ACT Regulating: Payment I
Hoard
shall be leased by the said providing '
1 be I the Per Diem and :Mileage and Expenses '
that satisfactory price can .
a .
II Members: .' of the I egisla-
\ may: |
ohtain.All excess prisoners
.
ture and the Per Diem of Employ
the
to Counties or placed upon
be let
of the I IRe
Legislature
\ shall be i see
State ronda. No prisoners | II I

sub-leased. Provided. That the coun-I Enacted the Legislature O. FRAL1CK
, ties now, working State convicts\ mav it by oft Proprietor
thetnfe of Florida : j I
of 1
have the right nt the expiration '
contract to lease StateI Section 1. The State Treasurer. i m !
their present
\ the hereby authorized to the per diem I STARKE FLORIDA't
convicts at the price now paid pay -
. State, and that Counties hereafter > and mileage and expenses of the ,
I leasing State convicts shall have themon hers of the Legislature and m..m-I

the same terms and at the same '> diem of the employees of the :

I' ture ni it becomes due, upon the pre- I

price. 2. This Act shall become ef- sentation to the State Treasurer of


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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKK, FLORIDA FKIOAY, JANUARY 10, 1919.

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;P! GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA have such territory constituted into a I Section 41That;' all Special Road t ted( : 'shall be' known as Liberty Day, and. portation thereof into, or the exporta1 .
M "Special,!: Road ass! Bridge District" and Bridge Districts created and constituted I 1. Upon the President or Vice- shall in ]aw be a legal holiday, and 1 tion thereof from, the United States
From und to have permanent roads and. of territory lying wholly of President or other head of the corpor the Governor of this I State> shall each and all territory subject to the juris.
Page 7)
Continued )
( bridges constructed therein, they shall in part in one or more Special Road ation.t In tho absence of such head: year issue a proclamation calling up- diction thereof for beverage purposes
House of present to the Board of County Com- and Bridge \Districts, as at that time I :U.! Upon the Cashier, or Treasurer, on the people of the State to set aside, is hereby prohibited.
attaches of tho Senate and in missioners of that County a petitions constituted, are hereby validated, and Secretary::; or General :Manager; or, ail business and. to rejoice with the "Section 2. The Congress and the
t Representatives shall be prepared by not less than twenty-live declared to be legally,constituted, and in the absence of all of the above: Free People<< of the earth. i several states shall have concurrent
the Senate
pay roll form, ,and i those of the Presi-- per cent of the duly registered voters, hall not be adjudged or decreed, by 'J. Upon any Director of such company -1'C. 2. This Act shall become cfTuc- power to eitforce. this Article by ap-
shall bo approved by theSecret who are freeholder, residing within any court of law or of equity to be-,. ; ; or, in the absence of all of the tive. upon its becoming/ a law. propriate legislation."Section .
dent of the Senate and attested those by of I' the territory which it is proposed\ illegally constituted und created. be- above: Approved' Dec. C, ltIJ N. ; :3. This Article shall not
and
ry of the Senate, shall lie rente al 1 Road and Bridge" eiuse: of being in or consisting of part I 1. Upon any Officer or Business ho operative unless it shall have been

the House of Representatives; of the House I' District t describing therein, by metes at "parts of one or more Special Road, gent' resident in the State of Flor- CHAPTER) : 7755: -(No. !:10)). ratified as an amendment to the Con
I
approved' by tho1''lIker anti Bridge I Districts. The provisions ida.
the aril hounds, or other accurate dfcription AN ACT Directing l the stitution by the legislatures of the
and uttewted by Comptrollerto
oT Representatives of Itl''rl"Klmlllti'I'K. t the said territory and setting out of this Section shall not have only a G, If a foreign Corporation shall Mail Out tho Warrants for the several states, us provided, in the Constitution
of the House
Clerk !
Chief -.nail therein, in general terms" a description prospective force and ,elTect but also III j have none of the fO'l'g-oinK.oflicers or Confederate Pensioners of This within seven years from the
nod! the Comptroller . location of retroactive (Ol'und! .effect and are i agents in this State, servico bo date the
and the proposed the" : may of submission hereof
.un. 1 lit ...n.1...c I) I.i4tiup....... his..... warrant on the mad and I'J'illjtCto/ .be constructed, applicable (alike to Special Road and made upon any agent transacting bus- the State:Month in I December of December Each in Time Year for states by the Congress." to the
1"1'I'U.III'I'r for the Slime Districts heretofore created 'ness for it in this State. for
and the amount estimated as (being: Bridge [ Therefore
traveling the of
( Sec. 1. That the actual of variousvisiting necessary to pay for the constructionof now being created, or hereafter to be Sec. J.:! That-all Laws and parts of' the Twentieth Delivery Said Warrants on Be It Resolved I by the Senate of the
of the
of all members Day :Month.
expenses" shall be prepared the same. I Said> l petition shall also created under the authority of Chapter I Laws in conflict herewith be and the State of Florida. the House of Rep
committees specify whether the cost of such construction (S208.:! Acts of 1911, and the amendments same are hereby repealed.Sec. resentatives Concurring.
in roll form and certified to by the Be it Enacted: by the Legislature of /
puy is to be paid for by the issuance thereof. | :8. That this Act shall take effect
Chairman of the Committee on Legislative and sale of bonds or by tho :Sec.: 4, That this Act shall take effect upon becoming a Law. the State of Florida: : That the said proposed amendment
either House respectively Section That
1. the
Expenses, and tho of Comptroller( shall levy and collection of a I Special> I Road I immediately upon its approval by Approved Dec. 7, 1918. : hereby directed to hereafter Comptroller mail out is to the Constitution of the United i
and Bridge tux upon the taxable property the Governor. States of America be and the
.
hill warrant for the sump.Soc. the warrants for December of same
issue of the within said I Special> Road and I 'Approved Dec. 6, 1918. CHAPTER 7753:!-(No. 28)). each is hereby ratified by the Legislature
!5. That all the expenses year to the Confederate Veterans on
AN ACT Relating to Jury Lists in'
hereinafter
Bridge Districts, at pro- of the State of Florda.
Senate and House of Representatives the pension roll of this State in timeso
vided. CHAPTER 7751-(No. 26)). Counties which now have or may ,
shall be paid on vouchers up- that they will be delivered to said Resolved, That certified copies of \
I proved by the Chairman of the Com- Sec. 2. That Section 4 of Chapter AN ACT to Abolish tho State Tax Hereafter Have a Population Exceeding -' pensioners not later than the twentieth the foregoing' preamble and resolu I
mittee on Legislative Expenses of the 208! Acts of 1911, as amended by Section I> Commission and to Repeal Chapter I Eighty-five Thousand. day of the month of Decemberin tion be immediately forwarded by the
Senate or (louse of Representativesas 2 of Chapter ((!879, Acts of 1915, 6500 of the Laws/ of Florida Approved each year. Secretory of the State of the Stateof
the case may be, and the comptroller be, and the same is amended so as to June 7, 191H. To Providefor I the Be State it Enacted of Florida by the Legislature of I Sec. 2. That all laws and parts of Florida, under the Great Seal, to

shall audit the same and issue his read as follows: the Disposition of All Property, Section 1. In each: county which laws in conflict with this Act be and. I the President of the United States.
warrant for the same. Section 4. That if the Board of Books and I Records of. Said Commission -''has, have population the same are hereby repealed.Sec. the :Secretary: of State of the United
\ See (>. That the sum of Twenty- County Commissioners shall find and and to Repeal All Laws in Con 1 or may a exceeding 3. That this Act shall take effect States, the President of the Senate of
I five Thousand Dollars, or so much determine that the result of said election flict with the Provisions of this Act. the 1 ; eighty-five last preceding thousand state according or federal to immediately upon its passage and the United States and the Speaker of
thereof as may be necessary is hereby is adverse to the proposition of the Governor. the House of Representatives of the
appropriated for the purposo abovemen constituting the Special Road and Be it Enacted! by the Legislature of census Board of It County shall be Commissioners the duty of the at Approve Dec. 9, 1918. United States.Approved ,
tonOd.. Bridge District ana the construction the State of Florida: I Dec. 3, 1918.'
the time in the
Sec. 7. This Act shall take effect of the proposed roads and bridges Section 1. That the Tax Commission and manner provided
to select and make out list SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION s
of the State of Florida is hereby a
upon its approval by the Governor. therein no other election for the same ,' brlaw.less NO. 4. RAIFORDRniford
than
twenty-five hundrednor
abolished and Chapter fi!>00( of the
Dec. 7 1018.CrrAI''n .
Approved purpose shall he held within one
year more than thirty-five hundred By Committee on Temperance.
Laws of Florida establishing said. per-
thereafter. But if majority of the a
a Jan. 10.-D.
Ritch
I 7750-No.( 25)). votes cast nt such special election shall Commission is hereby repealed.Sec. i I sons properly qualified to serve as I, CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ratifying and Victor Kuhl of Starke, were Green visitors
AN ACT to Amend Section 2 of...chaptel' be in favor of the proposition to cre- 2. It shall be the duty of said jurors. the proposed amendment to here Sunday afternoon.
C208.;: Acts of 1911, and Section ate a Special Road and Bridge District Commission. to turn over to the Comptroller '1 I Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect the Constitution of the United
4 1 of said. Chapter i208, as Amended and construct roads and bridges of this State all property, books immediately upon becoming a law. States prohibitin""..the manufacture, A. D. Andrews was a business visi-
by Section 2 of Chapter GH79 acts of therein then the Board of County and I records now in the possession of, l I Approved Dee. 6, 1918. I sale or transportation of intoxicating tor to Jacksonville Tuesday.Hon. .

1 !115. and to Add to said Chapter Commissioners shall enter an order and pertaining to said Commission, to! liquors within, the importation A. S. Crews and Oscar Andrews
(ftOS'! Section; to be known as Section constituting the U territory in which bo kept in the office of the Comptrollerfor CHAPTER 775.J-fNo. 29)). thereof into or the exporation of Starke were business visitors -

., I'/ii, Validating. and Legalizing said Special election was held into a the use of the State. AN ACT Making November Eleventhof thereof from, the United States in town Monday afternoon.J. .
'., Special Road and Bridge Districts "Special Road and Bridge District"anfl Sec. 3. That all laws and parts of Each Year in the State of FlorIda and all territory subject to the jurisdiction H. Ritch, of Jacksonville, visitedhis
c Constituted of Territory Lying 1 designate said special district by laws in conflict with the provisions of a Legal Holiday, to be Known thereof for.beverage pur- family Sunday and Monday.
Wholly or in part in One or More name or number and declare and publish this Act be and are hereby repealed. as Liberty Day. poses. Miss Evetta Jacobs and brother,
other Special Road and Bridge Districts the boundaries of i Sec. 4. This Act shall take effect
-, same Upon I Horace, of Columbia, S. C., who have
; Said Chapter 208! Acts of I the expiration of twenty days after,', upon its passage and approval by the Whereas, We are now passing Whereas, the Sixty-fifth Congressof been visiting their aunt, Mrs. S. M. "i
1911 Being an Act Entitled: "An the finding and determination by the Governor, or upon its becoming a law through the greatest crisis in the his the United States of America, at its I Morrell, for the past three weeks, left
Act to Authorize the Counties of the | Board of County Commissioners as to, without such approval.: tory of man and have been permittedto Second Session, in both houses, by a I j Friday afternoon for their home.1
State of Florida to Create and Con ;' the result of any such election that Approved December 3, 1918. witness the cause of Right and Justice constitutional majority of two-thirds \
J. C. of
stitute Special Road and Bridge Districts shall have been held, it shall be regarded of mankind triumph over the thereof has made the following prop- Jones Perry, spent last
I CHAPTER 7752-No. osition to amend the Constitution of week here with relatives. <
27))
Within said Counties; and to I for all purposes as conclusive might and oppression as exemplifiedby
Issue Bonds and Levy and lollect a And. thereafter the special taxes assessed AN ACT to Amend Chapter 6908, the autocracy of Germany and her the United States of America, in the Miss! Vivian Graham, who has been.
Special Road and Bridge Tax with and collected upon the taxable Laws of Florida, Approved May 25, allies; andWhereas following words, to-wit: visiting friends here for several days
Which to Pay for the Constru'tion'l property within said district because 1915, same Being: Entitled an Act It is fitting that we "JOINT RESOLUTION proposing returned home Friday morning.
Repair and Maintenance of the of the creation and maintenance there-'I' Amending Section 1406 of the General should rejoice with the Free People of an amendment to the Constitutionof .J.oh.n Stalsby spent. the day, Sundaywith !
Roads and Bridges; Within Said Spe-1/ of as a Special Road and Bridge District Statutes of the State of Florida the earth in the triumph of our vali the United States. his daughter; Miss Mattie I Stals>
cial I Roads and Bridge Districts. and the construction of roads and Relating; Service of Process ant arms with that of our ever glor Resolved bv the Senate and House of

Approved. June 5.. -1911.- --. I bridges therein shall be applied solelyto Unon Corporations.. lous allies in the New Freedom which Representatives of the United Statesof by.The play "Ten Nights in a Bar
I the construction, repair-and maintenance shall redown to ourselves and our val. America in Congress assembled Room" by State Farm talent, was
De it Enacted by the Legislature of, of the roads and bridges: with. Be it Enacted by the Legislature of cant allies as a blessing: to our posterity (two-thirds of each House concurring postponed on account of the bad
the State of Florida: I Iin the said Special Road and Bridge the State of Florida: forever; and .| therein) that the following amend- weather Saturday night.
Section 1. That Section 1 of Chapter i District. which were thus authorized Section 1. That Chapter 6908, Lawsof Whereas, It was on November 11, ment to the Constitution be and here Miss Pesta Reynolds of Jackson-
208:! of the Acts of 1911 be, and to be constructed. therein, or to the Florida, approved May 25, 1915, 1918, that autocracy as typefied by the by is proposed to the States to become ville, was visitor here,last week.
the same is amended so as to read as (I payment of the interest and sinking same being entitled an Act amending German High Command signed; the valid as a part of the Constitutionwhen a
follows: 'fund of bonds that have been issued Section 140f of the General Statutesof armistice as dictated by the leaders ratified by the legislature of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts and :Mr.
Section 1. That whenever residents for the construction of said roads and the State of Florida, relating to I of the victorious allied armies representing the several states, as provided by the and Mrs. Odell Abernathy, of Graham,
of any territory embraced wholly or In bridges, as and in the manner hereinafter service of process upon corporations, the Free People of the earth, Constitution: were in town Sunday afternoon. /
e{ part in one or more Road Districts, or provided.Sec. be and the same is hereby amended to therefore, "ARTICLE -. W. I. Roberts, of Jacksonville, spent
embraced' wholly or in part in one or.,. 3. That there shall be added read, as follows: I Be it Enacted by the Legislature of "Section 1. After one year from the week-end with his family.
more "Special Road and Bridge Districts : Section:; 414 to Chapter 15208, Acts of Sec. 1406 upon a private corpora I, tho State of Florida: the ratification of this Article the Mrs. W. I. Roberts and children
," as at that time constituted, in ] 1911, which additional section shall, tion.-Process against any corpora'I r Section 1. That the Eleventh Day manufacture sale or transportation made a trip to Worthington Tuesdayto
*{ any county of this State, desire to read as follows: Zion, domestic or foreign, may be serv- of November of each year hereafter of intoxicating liquors within, the im visit her sister, Mrs. R. B. Roberts.

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