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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 17, 1919
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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," an Hun Raider Sank Twenty' f 11 Letters From The Soldier Boys : I Hull has returned to her home after an
Three TeHMoU ij extended visit with relatives in Lake-
RATIFY MEN RETURNING
STATES (The following article was clipped '1,.y".l"ImmMn"M.\mIT''m''wnm.\IY\mII''lI'/NY. ...... ., ,. . ,,,...). .u,.., .,.v.,... trap )cuurp, 'pip.,.. Inrtil.The many friends of I.. A. Duncanare .

from a newspaper and sent to the Telegraph Letter from Frank Heville, France, should worry. I am getting good food glad to hear that he \is nble to boup
DRY MEND 1'T for publication. Among/ the I to his parents Mr.: and Mrs. J. R. Hev and a nice place to sloop. Only thing I and they wish for him a speedy' recovery. FROMOVERSEAS
Von Steuhen's crew of 1200 men, ille, of Graham : dislike. is working at night and sleeping .
Bradford county i is> represented by Franco, Dec. 5, 1918! in the day. I go to work at 1I'ven'' Mr. Gillespio moved his family to
Truby Dyal, a well known and popular Dear Dad, :Mother and Sis.: o'clock and /got off at -li.'ll:: in the morn the Duncan farm Tuesday.
ONE MORE STATE NEEDEDTO young man.) I can write you all now in good ing. I go in and sleep until dinner,, )Mr. and :Mrs. J.V.. :Mann and son' 'I PART OF MEN HAVE SAILED,
Of all the Christmas: parties> in heart. We are all in the best of spirits eat and then take in the city. So you Howard are visiting friends in Bran-
PUT LAW INTO EFFECT preparation by the War Camp Com- for the tight 'Is won and it won't nee it's not so had l after all, but I can't ford. BALANCE ON PRIORITY LIST
munity Service for the men in uni- be long until we all can be together help wanting to come back to the H.." S. 1 I. Hendrix preached an Interesting
AMENDMENT: :' BECOMES: EFFECTIVE form probably none will have so novel! again. I see in today's paper that the I I States whore. 1 can got my homo papers sermon Sunday morning and Tin: 3isT DIVISION HAS BEEN'
a setting as that which will take place Kaiser has skipped over the line and and rend the news. I have notreceived five members were. added to the church '
ONE YEAR AFTER DATE on the U. S. S. Von (Steuhen. the Crown Prince is put out of buai I a letter since I have boon and baptism administered 1. 1'U'TO'liIZIW"-WImE:; : : AT

t OF' FI='iAL RATIFICATION Hurlnits/ extraordinary career this ness. Dad, I want you to rent enough across and I toll you one sure would Tom Pinkston was a caller in town HHEST WHEN WAR ENDED':
vessel which was the German steam- land this year for me, too. I think 1 I I rend,, good., Saturday.
ship Kronprinz Wilhelm, has been one will be buck in time to make a crop\ Well. I must close.' With best re- M. M. Halo, of Little Springs, was I
Washington. Jan. 15.-Legislatures of the swiftest and most luxurious Let's plant the old place in cotton and i i guards to everyone. n visitor to town Tuesday. Washington, Jan. 14-Of the Southern -
of thirty-five states-one less than the passenger lines, a daredevil Hun rent enough .to make about thirty-fiv I PVT. SCI ELL I D. CARVER, :Miss flora Snpp was the guest of troops overseas, men of only two)
required three-fourths-have- ratified raider, an interned enemy ship i a convoy acres, and put the new land In corn I I Am. 1'. II. 717 S. O. S., in care of Rt>v. S. V. Proctor and family Tuesday. divisions, the :31st and 39th are to bo
I t the prohibition national amendment. and transport for American sol- and peanuts. We will fight the boll Chisf Surgeon's Ofllce, Am. 1F.: returned to the United States in tho
Several state assemblies now in session Hers and now is to become a Christ wurvil to a finish and boat him at his |1)r. Henry Carver is visiting his near future. Part of the 31st division -
'. are expected to take action tomorrow mas boat.A own game. I feel like I could plow i The following letter was. written to father S. :M. Carver. I I composed of Georgia Alabama
with a probable race between great tree its branches weighted forty acres by myself.I I I :Mr. Lungford, of Lake Butler, by Ma- \';. I.. Oxerstrcet, wife and dlluA'hi i mill "Florida soldiers\ already have
t :<' Nebraska, Missouri and Minnesota asii' with gifts! will be set up by the War am fooling fine and I don't think jor Herbert F. 1 Enrnshaw in regard fir (Currio, of I l.nwtey were guests nt sailed, ant, the remainder have liven
r to which will be the thirty-sixth on Camp in the vessel's dining/ hall and there is. a sick man in our outfit. 1 I I to his brother, Neal Langford, who the former's hl'oth'r.V.. .Ii. Over placed on the (priority lint for early
1 The
return. 31st: him been'skeletonized"
the list. hundreds of children of American sol- | wish I had some of those : was killed in action in \France: I street Sunday. -
a Ratification was completed today by liers and sailors will share the happy sweet potatoes and chicks at home Now York Nov. 24, 1)18.! Private Harry Pmkstoii was in our accordim-- to the war depart-
the legislatures of five states-Iowa, event with tho crow of 1,150 men. I I now. I don't think they know what I My Dear Mr. Langford: town Wednesday ment. When hostilities ended it wan
L Colorado, Oregon/ New Hampshireand Some of the dark history of the sweet is here. Lesten, be sure as Your !letter in reference to Pvt. NealI I A. E. Proctor made n business trip located at Brest, Franco, and hail) not
Utah-making a total of twelve inatea Kronprinz Wilhelm is well known, but and save potato a hog until 1 get there for 1 I I I Langford for information concerninghis to Sapp Sunday. boon assigned to a place in the fight I
two days. Of the thirty-five et most of its adventures will remain haven't had i pork since I loft home death can only bo answered in !Mrs. Will Kate, of Jiu-k'sonvilli' hat inglines.
that have taken action only fourteen wrapped in mystery. This was the but, believe any me, I could cat a whole reference to what 1 may have thought 1 returned to her home, after a pleasant Tho 81st division composed' of North
have certified their action to the fed liner that slipped out of New York 1 hog, tail and all.\ I lof your brother. when I had command stay with her .sister. Mrs. Willard Cllrolina.soutb Carolina, Florida and
eral states department.The harbor a few days after Germany began i of the company in which he served. I Parker. Porto Rican troops was at Sommo
amendment, under its proviso the world war, and under pretense I We are somewhere in Luxumburg left the company on July 7, 1018) !!, and I :Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle spent' Saturday'I Dim) and Is-Sur-Tille when hostilities
ions, becomes effective one year from of obeying orders to report in Bremen, now; were In Belgium a few days ago i Langford was a member of what is in Jacksonville.Dowoy I ceased, being I at that time unassigned -
the date of the final ratification. Additional headefor the South American wa 1 guess! we will be somewhere in Germany known as the captain /group men used I Dukes, of FiveIil: (', was in At present it id at !MussySurSoiiu -
legislation by congress is nee- I i before long. I think we will *.
/ ters. to carry messages and di> signal
essary to make t it operative and ground Sank 28 Vessels.There i have the honor of being with the first ling. My memory fails mo as to the left Paris and wont to Toul, loft there ,
work for this already has been laid. ones on German soil. This is a very date I.nnirfunl. was killed hut the boy I'' for a small town about four miles "ut.nnm.1 <"wit Monday! ) ,
This legislation will prescribe penal- during her 255 days vessels.as a beautiful country here whore we are himself 1 well rememtier. One could Scbastapool,, and was then during :Martin [times wax a business visitor -
ties for violation of the amendment,, raider, she sank twenty-eight worth of now, but, great goodness, it is some not ask for a more willing worker as the big drive on the St. !Mihiel to town Sac t urduy.
determine how and by what agencies Destroyed millions of dollars cold today. well I as a boy of character, and l I have I front, which Uegan on the morning i.f : :Mrs. Uufun Taylor, of tho Midwaysw'tion
the law shall be enforced. property and' had many encounters I Dad you may not hear from me often related that the boy delicate in I September l Ith.Vr: were about tt'n'' 1 was it roller In town Saturday I
If ratification is completed this with French and British cruisers.what Her very often now but if you don't you nature and I s'liall in, stature: cons just miles back of the firing lin..... Thenwo :'111'I ''. M. II.i Terry visited, her son,
here believe the orders were to keep afloat and do may know I am on my way back home.Love 1:Mr
month,many officials attacked as brave and fearless as the giant, loft there and moved to whore we Terry going/ on to Jacksonville
she could, so she | to all.Your.
will become permanently dry damage At first Saturday.Mrs. .
country having had in mind times when thru are now. we hud some French
from
next July 1, the date on which the IIpedal only merchant ships and i ran i son and) brother, the necessity of messages going to t[ buildings\ fur our hospital( but on (0),'- 1'. P. )Doklc visited) her par-
war time prohibition recently enacted everything that looked like a warship FRANK BEVILLE.; : your t troops I wits compelled! to "send toher !th it burned. We did not have ,tints Rev and! Mrs. S. S. Proctor, Fri
effect. Her speed was 2J.5J: : knots, thereforeit TI'uck..Co. No. 2, 1 C. A. C.
by congress goes into her to outdistance I them out on errands. whore their return -I ninny ,patients and, we non got them day.
the manufacture was not difficult for safety. ; Miss Edna:' Falrcloth. returned toJacksonville
This law prevents would seem doubtful and to see Everything burned but sevI -
and sale of intoxicants for beverage the craft she feared. I ,a France, Dec. H, 1918. them go without hesitation. or fear, I oral tents mid 1 throe barracks which I Sunday afternoon, after
in force until The few tales of her engagementswith : Editorw["elegraph : |ewe visit with her Mr. and
purposes and remains to their duty, would have done a moth used as sleeping quarters. and the n parents Mrs.
to
nation's war French and British ships serve Dear Sir: I will write fewi kitchen., G.i I II. Fuirrluth..
the demobilization of the you a er's heart good and your brother wa I But we had ill of our tents.
armies is completed. emphasize the gallantry: vessels of America's the i lines to thank you for sending me the one of the kind I speak of. I stored, away in one of the tents that Skating is the most popular\ entertainment i
allies. One of these was whose county paper. You don't know how FromIRY! lath to June 1st we were did not burn, so the next day we setup for the young people. of Laka
TIIERF.S.1 British steamship La Corentina, glad I was to get it and I read it Butler.
I I as in an attack and! Langford/ was' with all the tentH and had a new hospi.
captain, though he had not an ounce to over it made me seem like I was at u.s. I wish to extend to your mother tal. Only had to wait a few days un There will bit a social meeting of
Theressa, Jan. 17.-A. L. Sullivan of amuntion on board refused front 1: home. I would like to continue getting and l yourself my sympathies for your til we could get some supplies. I the Woman' Club Monday afternoon
was a business visitor to Hampton surrender and put up so brave a it until I start toward home, and loss and remember that a man could I Now we have everything packed up .Ian. :21! I, at the club room and each .
I, a one day last week' that it was not until the her Kronprinz hows and that time is not far off. I think I will never bn granted a more nobler sacrifice ready to move, just waiting for orders I member and l every womnn who in Interested r
children Wilhelm had fired across be on my way to the states in a month. to whore in the betterment of town
i Mrs. S. B. Woodard and flash that the than the one given by your ,, ns to go. It is supposed wo our
spent Saturday and Sunday at Starke, received no answering dawn- Some say that we will start by Christ.. brother. I I will go farther up into Germany, and cordially invited to attend this meet.
t guests of relatives.Mrs. helplessness of their adversary mils and I hope so. I will drop you a Very truly yours. I, I hope we do, as while I nm over heroI Ing.
R. M. King and children returned ed upon the officers of the raider. note when I arrive in the States.. HERBERT F. EARNSHAW, 1 hope to see something of Germany. Thomas Dukes, of Five Mdo, wan a
home Saturday from White In April, 1915, the Kronprinz Wil Thanking you for the paper, I am.., !Malor( Infantry \I' S. A.I'I We are about one mile from KosieroH visitor to town Saturday.Mrs. .
i Springs where they spent two weeks helm, her sides battered, boilers corroded Yours truly ---:..- I en Haye, which is just it small place, Tate Powell, of Virginia 1 the
with relatives. I the walls of her costly suites EUGENE E. SHALLAR. The following letter Is from Albert but there are several good) towns near: guest, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Messrs. M. Z. Sullivan, Ben Sasser and saloon blackened from the coal 120:! Field Hospital, 105 Sun. Train, Hroadus Ware, son of Rev. and, Mrs. Toul, which is about ten miles. ; Nancy \F. M. Rivers.Mrs. .
and II. P.oebuek were among tho stored in them and her half starved Am. E. F. G!, W. S. Ware of Worthington whois which in about fifteen miles. I : I'arrixh, IIf i Jacksonville, was
visitors to the county seat Saturday.Miss crew ill-fed from borl-beri, slipped into i, with Mobile: Hospital No. !3 I, France( : have been to both of them several in townIonIIOY.: .
Orrie. King, of White Springs, Hampton Roads for repairs, having Following is a letter from Pvt. W.M Somewhere in I France, tinit'H. Mr. and 1 !Mrs. Barkloy and son visited -
j j. ,.-.,- -,, t t1'e Vinme' o' M*"*. R. !M.King evaded the vessels! in search of her. : Phillips a son of :Mrs John I'hil- Nov. :21! JM8.Doiiroit Last", week n crowd, of us went on a friends, in Gainesville} Saturday.
Since being taken over by the lips, of Theressa. who Is stationed at Mad : This, i is the ,day set night seeing, trip nil day in a large II. I.. 'Dukes wan, in town :Monday,
H E. Mooror was a business visitorto United States hew adventures, though Le Mans, France: aside for all of us to write dad,I a IJ.t. ,'u'I, and, sure rfiiw the signs of war. henry |Howling, returned home after -
Jacksonville one day last week. of a decidedly different nature, have :My Dear :Mother( and All: (How are ter. I have just received one from The! >nOHl important part of it nil is spending the week-end! at Five
Mrs. P. II. Neal was a visitor to been almost as numerous as when she you all getting along ? Hope you are you, dated Sept. 8th. Wrote while that I have not boon sick at nil. !Mile with his daughter :Mrs Bon .
Starke Saturday.II. was a pirate. She has both convoyedand all well and in the best of health. I YOU wore in Vnldoctn. It was a real This is about all of pny story. Get Dukes. "
!M. Woodard has accepted position transported troops. Once she nar- am fooling very well, only getting/ i..tt'r. too, and did me world1 of good.I y"u" map of France and you can lookup IuyVil"fln: returned In his home I I
in the A. C. L. shops in Jack rowly escaped disaster in a collision hnmes f'k.Iothpr.: I was up to the do not know just how to express all these dares nnd see where I am. in Lakeland Saturday after a day's
sonville. with the Agamemnon. On another city of If :Mans yest'rdllYIn,1 went to I my feelings about this war, it being a Am east vf Purist Will finish this. visit with his mother, Mr. Ii. P. Wil
Mrs. Leroy Russell was a visitor to voyage she was blown about over the !see the Cathedral. It Is a magnificent" thing of the past. Just hope to be story when I get home again. son.
f. Starke Saturday.The ocean four days. church building and they say it is over dome with you all ere many months. Worlds' of love to all. Little Viola Davis had, tho mtsfor-
weather man knocked our prayer Stricken Halifax. 800 years old. T am seeing something longer. Your son, tuno of injuring her arm Sunday aflornoon !-
Helped of France and I want to to Paris I !Mr. :Moines called and
meeting out last Wednesday night./ go IJROADUS. : wan
and I will i
The ban has boon lifted
/ When the Halifax disaster happenedthe
visitor to soon and see the stylish city. had the arm placed I in planter
A. L. Sullivan was a Steubon only forty tell a little about my journey. We I I' soon
e Hampton Tuesday.K. then Von the was officers mistook Would! be glad if .some of the boys I sailed from New York on July It The following letter is from Private purls cuit.Itov. .
B. Woodard was a business vis.Itor miles away. At first of smoke I around Theressa could see some of the 1MH.! There were thirteen ships in IlerHi-hi'll! K. Crosby. who was. / S. S. Prortor filled) his regular
mountainous
to Starke Tuesday.Mr. the peak the sights fiver here. Mama, I would. not our and were escorted for two wounded and captured I by the Germans appointment nt Hrandy Branch Friday -
and Mrs. Henry Koon and little for an iceberg. But they reached soon saw them take anything for coming over here lays convoy bv a number of submarine chns- spending several months in a SlIturIIIYIn,1 Sunday, returning;
Starke visiting flames. The detonations and when I home I will have lots the home Sunday niirht.Minn .
son. Eugene, of are come nrrand a battleship. The ship \ was Gorman prison camp. When armistice -
at the home of her parents. !Mr. and later. Going immediately sent to the the crew stricken to I i to tell you of all my wonderful trips. on was a British vessel) and! hal four was signed hi was released. Maggie lkl I is suffering from
the
Mrs. Joe Padgett near Brooklyn.The city captain relieve :i I We have the Y. M. C. A., plenty of thousand l live hundred soldiers aboard. and returned to the American lines in ,uneiimonia after the influenza
workers to
body of :Mrs. Bowden of Brook- aid the in. efforts good music, hut mother, every time I It was .some crowded. I was put downin "'rum.... The letter is to his mother, i The Influenza patients are improv-
lyn was laid to rest in Hope cemetery the suffering.Now I I hear the graphaphone it puts my mindon E deck, had hammocks to sleep in :Mrs. W. A. Crosby, of Starke: ng at this. writing
Sunday .,. the Von Steuben is undergoinga going home. You know the piecesI lint after the first day out I began to Dear Moth,)': Til scratch you a few Miss Winnie Townsend. the charming -
period of inaction in the Morse tell l I, would play when I was home. I can I feed the fishes, so I stayed upon the lines' Just to let you know that I am daughter of Mr. and Mr. W. J.
ISfU'E='iZ.\ AGMN= dock. The crew of 1,150 men sit all night and play them, as you liked I dec-It day and night, as the nights were well and getting on fine. As you see Townsend who Is attending' ,school at
strange: stories of her nine trips across them so' much. How glad) I will bo I pleasant and we were allowed to Jam I out '*f I Mutchland, and I hope to Stetson University, spent the week-
While number of communities the Atlantic as a transport. On the when we start home. That Is all that ,, take very our blankets, on dock with us. I soon he with you nil. end at her home nn pokln street.
throughout a the United Stats report decks one still sees long rows of I I' we study. We sure have lots", of fun. !I would feel alright as long as I stayedon One trainload American prisoners Misses Henrlotta and Estoll;. Rosonlercr -
the subsidence! of influenza and the rafts for use by the men when the lifeboats Some of the boys will come in and deck hut just as soon as I wouldgo left Kastatt last Friday night at visited Jacksonville J Saturday.)
removal of restrictions, since November are filled. And in the lookoutare I say, "Well, bo>s, we are going to leave I I down below I would! get .sick, un- 1 I1 1 o'clock and arrived here at Vichy, (Frank Mall of Orange park, In vis-
there has been a notable recurrence the numerous telestlpes which tomorrow!" Tomorrow comes and til about eleven d.iys pnssed, then I Franoo Sunday afternoon about four ting relatives in Lake Duller.
of the outbreak in a good manystatl's. were needed night and day. One twist'; yesterday passes! so here we are. Yet I felt tine. On the twelfth day at sea 'cloi-k.r We left Rastntt on a Swiss ..J..hntuJ"r"\ of Worthington, was a p
In many instances i it has been of a harmless looking apparatus! sptv'l we get new dope every day. But it it seven or eight submarine chasers metus train and) under Swisw guards. We visitor to town Tuesday afternoon.
I found desirable to return to the restrictions es to awaken a pand<*moniur i of bolls ,, like that, sOl my dear mother I don't I and on the :26th; day we landed) in stopped at Basel Switzerland, for Into Eastern. !Star' Install. Officers
with reference to public and siren toots as deafening as New I, want you to worry for I (Ean't, say Liverpool, England: and hiked out to breakfast. We sure had a grand welcome Lake Butler Chapter No. iO, Order
gatherings! .schools, churches amuse! York's peace celebration was, for this when we will come home. I hope you I a so-called) rest. camp named Knotty there The Red Cross gave us a 'if the Eastern Star, met In regular
ments, etc. It I is believed the disease was the danger signal during' the all have a real nice time Christmas. \qh. We were there one day and two good feed and lots of souvenirs and l session Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'c1o..1can.1 ;
is not so severe and, the death rate is tense days and nights of the war. Toll all the girls to write to me. I nights when we were put on trains and showed us a fine time. Of course. we the following/ officers\ were installed -
lower than in the first wave of the But except for these things the can't hear from any of you. I rode all day. Sure! saw .some wonderful were there for only n .h..rt time. :
I epidemic and with the information Von Steuben might still be mistaken Guess I will stop, hoping you all a scenery. Late in the afternoon we From Basel we came on through Worthy Matron, :Mrs.l Ada trwart.
gained by the public in the former for a mere merchantman, grown worn !Merry Christmas and a Happy New arrived at Southampton England; Olton, Berne, I'ansanno, and to Geneva ; Worthy Patron, A. C. Strickland.
wave less trouble is experienced in and shappy from use. On Dec. 25, in Year. Write to your boy often Some and hiked out to another camp about where wo changed train. Tooka A"HoriRt.Iatron: :Mrs. Ella Strick-
handling the disease.! her new role as a Christian ship, she where in France. two miles and .spent the night there. good old American\ train here. This lan fi ,. In a bulletin issued December 11th will appear even more guileless. Yet PVT. W. M. PHfLLIPS, We left there the next afternoon and town Is. full of American lIoldl..rll.11 "cr..tary.Iiss! Marshall Proctor.Treasurer .
by the Public Health Service, a warning at Christmas, 1914, she was the terror 118th Engrs., Co. F, Am. P. O. 782, hiked down to the dorks and hoarded. the hotels seem to be full of them. Mrs. Nellie Epperson.:
was given that the influenza epidemic of the Southern seas, and last! Christ- Am. E. F., Camp Etat, France. a small passenger boat to cross the The hotel here Is an American hosni- J"on.luctre"IrA.: Annie Shell.
is not passed, and it Is shown mas she was taking thousands of sellers English Channel to Chenbourg France tal and everything Is nice. here. We Associate' Conductress, Mrs. JennljHell.
that severe epidemic conditions existin to France. She Is to play Santa Dec. 7, 1918. Next morning we hiked about five ire under quarantine for five days hut .
various parts of the country. Since Claus this year to children some nf Editor Telegraph: miles to a camp and stayed there several reckon I can stand the confinement a Chaplain Miss Irene Edward)
that date the general conditions have whose fathers will never return from Guess you will be surprised) to hear days, then went to St. AgnoirThere little while longer \Ruth :Mrs.. Francis Stanton. .
remained much the same with improvements the field of battle._ from me, but just wanted to write and we had a real feed and hiked I heard that my division was soon to Esther Mrs Salome Maine:l
in some states and communities -- -- tell you about things Over Here.[ I four miles to Thesee and there we .ail for America Dnn't know whetherI'll Martha Mr. Ethel Chastaln.
I and recurrences in others. Iy! among school children. am now in Tours, France, and It il .stopped for several days and were all be sent back to my company or not. Elena :Mrs Stella. Prlester.
Conditions are skill serious in many Believing that the Influenza is a disease some place. It's about as large; as "busted" up. Some were assigned to It fit immaterial to me. What I want
a of the .Northern states and reports spread by contact and that man Jacksonville. I came here from Thesan. one outfit and some to another. Was now Is. to get' home, and that as! quick CLAY HILL
come from several cities in Louisiana is the carrier, the Florida State Board l a small place not far from St. Aig- my good luck to be sent to Paris to is possible.I .' J, B. Moseley wall a visitor to MaJ(.
of Health will Insist on closing all man Noyer Mobile Hospital No. 3, which was met my old pal Crumpton at the villa Saturday i
recurrence. schools, amusement places and non. We came across on the transport being mobilized there at that time. I Lager some three weeks ago. I came Joe Starling! was visiting in this
part of the epidemic, the disease now essential gatherings with a view of re- Rljnlam and landed at Brest. Frencn, thinlc.it was about the seventh of August in off of command) to find him there section Friday. ,
appears to affect a large number of lacing the number of contacts In the on the 9th of November, and stayed when I got there. We were camped I had not seen him since the 22nd nf D. A. IlieRfnbotham. of MaxTillo,
school children. vent that this state has a recrudes- there one week, moving to Theiee and out In the suburbs of Paris at a July He did not leave Rastatt. withus spent Saturday night at the home of
The surgeon advises closing cence.: came from there here.I polo ground and did not have any workto though. Will come later, or Is Mr. and Mrs. John Austin, returning/
an the public general the first sign am doing" clerical work In the sick do. so we all took In the sights of probably here now at some other hotel home Sunday afternoon.
of the recurrence of the epidemic, and Frank Smith, of Milton, hu been and wounded office and from the looksof Paris as we were P.'IVI"1a permanent I'll close, hoping to very soon be Meinr Harry and Freeman Pudfrett .
out that the disease apparently appointed State Pure Food Inspectorto things now I will l be over here about pass.! Believe me, it Is some city. with you. I IHERSCHELL. were the guests of Messrs. Jas.
points now tends to occur more frequent- succeed C. B. McKinnon. two or three months longer, but I About the twentieth of August we t 'I and! George MOleley Saturday.


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advertisement on a distant billboard I would tell, even when a lion or grizzly I tics and became a member of tin
\\ohic'h he could not nee. That convinced bear or rhinoceros or bull elephant Twenty-first District Republican Association
( FTvIY11T9llffl; the boy that something was wrong I was charging upon him. He took : in the city of New York Id,.
1 with his eyes and he told his father, chances, but always was sure of himself was warned by his friends, men in polite
who bought him his first pair of spectacles j when the time came to act. This society, that politics was "low"
I b ii D 1(1( III I 1I11III "I was all a matter of hard training and and that gentlemen did not join polit .
IL Mr. Roosevelt in after years said I self control and demonstrated the cal associations lIe determined 'f,)
that those spectacles literally openeda mastery of the man over himself at find out for himself about such thing ,
new world to him nnd that for the i nil times.i however, and attended the meetings of
first time he realized, how beautiful the | "Man: know thyself" was nn-abju- the association! in Morton Hall, a larjn, t
world was. For the first time he could ration which was one of the great bare room over a saloon
see the stars plainly in the heavens ,guiding: factors. in the life of Theodore I Young Roosevelt soon know
and the leaves at the the trees Roosevelt Whenever he discovered the "heelers" and lesser fenders
,- lie also said that he believed much of 1 limitations in his abilities in field! ami j I
any
him
took liking to
they a although he
Iil hill clumsiness and awkwardness! a< a of endeavor he never rested until he was of the "silk stocking" class. Jake l'
( i 1A D jj jji .. child were due to the fact that he had either overcome such disabilities Hess and Joe Murray were his great :;
could not see and yet was wholly ignorant entirely or achieved at least some est friends in the association but those
that he was not seeing measure of success He was fighter
2 a
two leaders quarreled, and when Mui
i i III, n 1fl'' 'I'II 1t hf r / 1 r t raduatrd From Harvard i I 1 from his boyhood to the end of his. ray picked Mr. Roosevelt for the CUM.
His parents took the boy with themto life. (11 date for the Assembly Hess oppose' t "
Europe when he was ten years old i When Mr Roosevelt left Harvard, he I him. Murray won the tight Mi
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f I and again when he was fourteen. He took up the study, of law, but ere long !Roosevelt was nominated and elected
ll llMllU1llHHiPi had tutors until he was eighteen years he gave it up. His father had left himi I and at the age of twenty-two becanva
old. and! then was graduated, in 1RSO.!\ lie seas a good necessity of earning his living a see- New York legislature-the young' <
hut not a particularly brilliant ondary i consideration<
student man in that body.'Continued .
,' and usually stood among the ;> His Start in Politic

first ten in his classes His chief in- | He began to take an interest in poli- on Page Three)
tcivhts, were scientific, and his aim was!
I to become a scientific man. lie also
took much interest in the acquirementof
foreign languages and obtained, a I II

) 11 I working knowledge of French, C -.
Ill Ih ii i 1 ( nllln and Spanish I
: He was disappointed at the luck: of
,, i facilities for the study of natural his- I '
tory at the university and finally abnn-
: .loned! the plan to become a scientist
( I lIe took up the study, of political economy -
2' fil! I 1111 youll! have a streak of smokeluck that'll but aid in after years<< that ho ,
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SAY if had learned more from the books he
all right you'llringin j
',. I 1111 pep-in-.y-our-smokemotor rend at home than from the studies at UNIVERSAL CAR i
THE
ml III! t 1111 with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and Harvard.
t i nail some Prince Albert for packing 1Allfk 1 I He had paid much attention to ath- I .
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1IItt11IM1i 1111 till letic sports and exercises in college ;
; I and while he never excelled in any of "
., Just between ourselves you appealing all along the smoke line. the games he acquitted himself creditably -

,,d never will wise-up to highspotMen who never before could I He was fond of boxing, but his Keep the old Ford running-it'll never
m until call a pipe smoke a pipe and men who've nearsightedness prevented him from
smoke-joy can
'/ you being a match for any first class box- wear out If you let us take care of it.
If by its first name then, to hit the smoked pipes for years all testify er not similarly handicapped. He was
' U 1 peak-of-pleasure you land square to the delight it hands outl! P..'. A. better at wrestling than at boxing. Bring it in and we'll make it run' like

on that two-fisted-man-tobacco can't bite or porch! Both are but lie was was slow fond,)in of learning horseback and riding never, new. These war-time days call for

Prince Albert I cut out by our exclusive patented became a great rider. He had all the saving. There's not a big-

Well sir youll be so all-fired process I requisite] courage, but could not acquire -
t ) the art in its perfection. He later Beware ger saver of time and money -
1)"j; happy you'll want to get a photoRiiht now while the going's had much experience in riding on
e than the Ford But
graph of yourself breezing up the good you get out your old jimmy his cattle ranches in the West, but of Poor car.

I pike with your smokethrottle wide pipe or the papers and land on never got much beyond the "tender- it must be kept in running
foot"
stage in the eyes of his cow-
open I TaIkaboutsmoke-aportt some P. A. for what ails your boys and "broncho busters." But he Quality shape and that's our busi- .:.

", ,[ Quality makes Prince Albert so particular smokeappetite I I admired nothing more than those Ford mechanics Ford
same cowboys and "broncho busters"and ness. ;

,I t Yon buy Print Alb.rf..rwAor.fobaee.la.ord. Toptn r,.el6.... honestly tried to emulate them, materials Ford excellence with Ford
ltdr rod tint. nand.omo pound and half pound tin hamidorr-ond: an ambition which cost him many falls ,
"vn -_that e'.n.r c/ .'top;. practical that It.:."pound. tho: 'oC..eco Hear in such humidor aorfoct unlit condition.tponno and a few broken bones. lie had many low prices. Let us look after your car. u;
.' .'Tu Co.f" l:::::.s. accidents of that kind when riding
". R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Winston-Salem, N. C. with the Meadow Brook hounds on
Long Island, and on one occasion fell
I with his horse and broke his left arm,
but managed to get in at the kill FORD GARAGEA.
preparation, we will have peace; we J
will compel peace. I know what I Good Shot With Rifle
I- could! do if the power were given me, By much practice he became a good
Life Sketch of Theodore Roosevelt. but I would rather some other man did shot with a rifle, but never really excelled W. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors
the work 1 have led a hard life and as a marksman. He relied quite
I would Ike to rest." as much upon his trained coolness and STARKE, FLORIDA
Mr. Roosevelt was not speaking for steady nerves in his big gamunts as
s Theodore Roosevelt, statesman, author velt was in a jovially reminiscent mood publication when he said that. Indeed upon his good markmanship wlren danger -
r naturalist! philosopher! and soldier and had kept sixteen men at a supper he expressly forbade its publica ( threatened. He had the nerve to
was born at No. 28 East Twentieth table in peals. of laughter for two tion at the time. It was said in confi- wait until he was sure that his shot
street, New York city, October hours at stories he told inimitably of dence to several New York city reporters -
27, i58. On his father's side his family men he had met and known in his political whom Mr. Roosevelt playfully
was descended from pure Dutch career, I heard him say, with called his "Cabinet" at Oyster Bay
stock. One of his ancestors, Klaes conviction in his tones: I Mother Was Front GeorgiaMr.
i Mart ns n van Roosevelt came to "I certainly have enjoyed my public Roosevelt's mother was Martha
New Amsterdam as a settler in 1644. life. I don't believe any man in pub- Bulloch, "a sweet gracious, beautiful
,1 For the next seven generations all of lic life ever !got more genuine fun and Southern woman,"' as he himself de-
the Roosevelts were born on Manhattan enjoyment out of it." scribed her. "A delightful companionand
island. On Theodore Roosevelt's And all the men at that supper table beloved by everybody."
mother's side there was a mixture of who had heard Mr. Roosevelt tell She was from Georgia. Her brothers
Welsh, English, Irish, German and hit stories with delicious humor, dissecting James Dunwoodie Bulloch and
Hugest blood, with a trace of Scotch. the character of one man after Irwine Bulloch had both fought on
Mr. Roosevelt once said in describing another, !good naturedly exposing their the side of the Confederacy, and she
his Americanism, "It would take sev- weaknesses, giving them full credit herself was entirely "unreconstructed" .
en hyphens to describe me if I would j for their better qualities, but always to the day of hear death, which- .
stand for the use of any, but I am an winding up with a side-splitting anec- occurred in February, 1884, when Mr. q
American and nothing else." I dote, came away convinced that he Roosevelt was a member of the New 1z
He was proud of his ancestors, how- must have enjoyed to the full every York Assembly. In his autobiography
\ ever and for all his democracy was a minute of his public life. The men Mr. Roosevelt wrote of her: "She
thorough aristocrat at heart. No man of whom h. told those stories were not only a most devoted mother, was but
?' in American public life ever had more men of national fame-Thomas C. was also blessed with a strong
close friends in every walk of life, Platt, Mark Hanna and others who of humor" Undoubtedly that latter sense
'choosing at times for his intimates had been equally prominent in American trait descended to her son.
cowboys, hunters and trappers, prizefighters politics. How thoroughly he In his boyhood Mr. Roosevelt ,
and rough men of all sorts, knew them all! Their characters had delicate and sickly. He had asthma was the six months
beginning
but being on equally cordial terms. been an open book to him at all times for a long time and had to be sent to During
r with statesmen, scientists, men of let- lIe used them as he used men in the country to relieve it. It not
ters, prelates, men of the world, lead- every walk of life to further his ends. until he was fourteen years old was that ; 1st and ending Decem- ;
ers in every line of endeavor.Mr. His enemies have said that those ends he began to strengthen himself and
RooHevclt's Tribute to Father were personal ambition, but his friends put himself in physical condition to I I ber 31st 1918 our deposits in-
believed always that he was fighting ,
In his autobiography Mr. Roosevelt hold his own with othur boys He at-
at all times for a cause, that his mo- .
tended school few
wrote: only a months, go- creased 16
tives actuated for the cent.
were always
"My father, Theodore Roosevelt, was ing to Professor McMulIen's school in per
public and that he looked
good
upon Twentieth street, the
house
the best! man 1 ever knew. lie combined near where .
strength and courage with gen- himself as the instrument for accomplishing he was born, but most!: of the time he .
tleness, ,tenderness and great unselfishness that good. He himself was had tutors. At one time he had a I
convinced that he was best fitted to French I,
l. He would not tolerate in us governess.
children selfishness or cruelty, idle carry out the policies he advocated, While still a small boy he began to
ness, cowardice or untruthfulness. As and HO he was personally ambitious take a great interest in natural history I This is certainly a very pleasing
always to be the leader.
we grew older he made us understandthat He tells himself how his inter-
the same standard of clean living Carried Bullet of Assassin est first was awakened by his discov- endorsement of service.
our
was demanded for the boys as for the I have heard him say many times ery of a dead seal laid out on a slab
girls, that what was wrong in a wom- during the preconvention days of the of wood in front of a market. lie
an could not be right in a mun. With Presidential campaign in 1916: measured that seal with a folking
great love and patience and the most "I would much rather some other pocket rule and succeeded in getting .
understanding sympathy and consideration man were nominated a.nd elected President its skull with which he and two of his f
I! he combined insistence on disci- if I knew that he would carry cousins started what they ambitiously
I'' pline. lie never physically punishedme out the great policies of straight called the "Roosevelt Museum of Na We thank you.
but once, but he was the only man Americanism and preparedness whichI tural History" in young Theodore's
of whom I was ever really afraid. * have advocated with all the strength bedroom. His father, seeing what an .
"The punishing incident I have referred and power at my command. When I interest the boy took in natural his-
I j to happened when I was four think of the gruelling campaign-.for tory, bought him two books by J. G. 1
'! years old. I bit my elder sister's arm.I ill went into it, I would take off my Woods one of which "Homes Without
I do not remember biting her arm but coat and work with all that was in me Hands," was kept by Mr. Roosevelt STARKE
J. f' I do remember running down the yard, -and the four long years of heavy responsibility as a treasured possession all his life. BANK OF
fI I perfectly conscious that I had com- in the White House, I The boy obtained other books on mammals I
-,: mitted a crime." shrink from undertaking it again. Andit and birds and took lessons froman THE.BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE
lie was caught and says: "The pun- is not well that my wife should be old taxidermist named Bell. In his
a iHhmentTriut ensued fitted the crime, forced to worry all the time I am out summer sojoumings in the country,
and I hope--and believe--that it did of her sight, for fear something would and notably on a trip along the Nile
,
; me good." happen_ to me. + with his parents, young Roosevelt con-
That incident of the juvenile adven- "You know I carry a bullet in me tinued his natural history researchesand
1 tures of Mr. Roosevelt reminds me now put there by a would-be assassin.. in time learned much from booksof Depository for Slate Florida, County of
of a story he told one evening in May No; I would much prefer that some a more technical nature.
1916, at his home on Sagamore Hill, other man held the office and made the Lifelong Lover .t Bird Bradford and Town of Starve.PAGE .
i;; Oyster Bay. He said that when his I fight, which our country so sorely His lifelong interest in birds was
I t. SOB Kermit was a "very small person," needs shall be made. I believe that shown by his enthusiasm over the .
as he expressed:! it, the boy bit his sis- General Leonard Wood would be an "bird that has whiskers and lives in i
ter Ethel, who later became the wife ideal man to arouse the country and caves and eats nuts," which he found
l of Dr. Richard Derby. Kermit was carry eut the policies of Americanismand in Trinidad, when he went there in the I
) punished as his father had been pun- preparedness, but I realize that he late winter of 1916, and which he discovered ,
t ahed, for the same offence so many cannot be nominated. I believe that subsequently was of well .
years before. A few days later Ker- Senator Lodge would be a good man, known species. If he did not a "dis-
i mit was caught in some piece of mischief too, for the office and I would work cover" the Trinidad bird he certainly
4Y and brought up to his father for )Iudlrment. ''hard for him. But the men I have in did make it famous, for the .
The tiny delinquent, seeking mind who would fill the bill, I fear, were full of it and it was newspapers made
'' : for something to extenuate his are impossible of attainment as Presi- the subject of many political! cartoons I
latest misdoing put In" the plea, "I did dential candidates."I 'at the time, merely because !Mr. Roosevelt .
,4 f7 not bite Ethel today. have no personal ambition for the had, talked about it.
fro Roosevelt said that saying had office, but I have the greatest ambi It was not until the boy was about
been used in his family ever since as a
tion to serve country by arousingthe
my ten years old that he made the discov..
mock extenuation of any minor offences people, particularly the
young:
that he nearsighted. Ha found
cry was
{ ., "I multitude didn't bite of sins.Ethel today, men to a sense of duty and patriotism."We that out one day when he had his first I'
covering a must prepare for war. for justas rifle and some of his boy companions !
Enjoyed His I'ublie Life surely a* the sun rises we will havea could see things to shoot at that he l

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. and theWest.in 188'J." published the "Winning of '" '----.L-l ---n----S.a. II WHITE SOFT AND CLEAR

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i New York legislature the longing for Make This

Live State News1: to wild the life Littlo possessed Missouri him country and he in went Dakota I !i'' Why Meat Prices Vary :! Few Cents Beauty and Lotion See For ForA

I' _____ -- and there took hold of two cattle l I
Yourself.
Told by Exchanges. ranches, the Chimney Butte and the '
?ur. Elkhorn. In that land he led free 1
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r I how to humllo cuttle to herd lemon juice to remove
! The Dado County Fair will be held tional escape from the Pensacola jail them, to rope them and to brand the bleniihhcH to whiten the complexion
; }' bruray Ulith to March 2nd. i 1 are back in the latter prison. There calves and yearlings. He had ; akin and to
j, is considerable feeling the two i adventure in the many Prim .1............................'19.11(120, S5 bring out the roses, the freshness and
against an cow country and I Good tarlioic..t..r. ....... ..... i7.a,4uI9, IIA the hidden
An effort l is now being made to create -;, men in Bay county and they were removed many more in hunting grizzly bears (;.,,,,",,,"(0 m dium hour....... iO.71a1.i&7i1. beauty? But lemon juice
the office of forcstery for the state for safekeeping. They have and other wild animals.He YoMrluttri. Our to fuller. ..... .. I III OlteiS' 151I alone is acid, therefore irritating, and
I FAI...". find htttf*rifnnnlnr ... ., ... H Mile 15.55I should
. of Florida. asked for new trial th ground lived in house be mixed( with orchard whito
I'' a on a log ate the I cows Mild h.,'." ... 7.21'; M.2I\
that their attorneys were drunk at coarsest fare, went to bed with the Hull, i phn0:. licit . ..... 15.SiI,512/ 50I this way. Strain through a fine cloth

The Florida Home Guards will par their hearing of the case. chickens and arose before daylight. He ;I i Poor t.i fancy rang.culveaWOKtern lt 0ra.. ........ .. ..... iii.ouia.is(II) 7M.I.IH n the juice of two fresh lemons into a
ticipate in the South Florida Fair to II enjoyed every minute he lived and bottle containing about three ounces
be held at Tampa. j J. L. Bvuman brought/ in a beautiful built up a rugged' constitution which of orchard white, then shako well and
I trophy :Monday whn<< he returned from stood him in good stead in the after i These newspaper quotations you have a whole quarter pint of skin
It is e&tlmatedthtthe orange crop | a bird hunt near Kissimmee, an American years and doubtless added much ti> his and complexion lotion at about the
on the county farm of HilUborough\ eagle, measuring fully seven feet vitality, his capacity for hard work of represent live cattle prices in cost one usually for small
will from tip to of his wings. Mr. Bea- all kinds his usefulness pays a jar
county bring $7,000. tip and in the final of
:1 Chicago December 30th 1918. ordinary cold cream. Bo sure to
man discovered: this king/ of birds endeavoring analysis to his country. : ,
Frank Smith, of Milton, has been to catch a rabbit among the But even in that country he could strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets
appointed State Pure Food Inspectorto palmettos and was forced to shoot him lot keep wholly out of politics. for he Ii The list shows price ranges into the bottle, then this lotion will remain
; succeed C. B.'McKinnon.Jacksonville's three times with No. 7V4 chilled shot became a deputy sheriff and was active pure and fresh for months. When
before he gave up the battle. The in arresting some of the bad men on nine general classified groups applied daily to the face neck, arms,

anti-vice ordinance bird is a splendid specimen the gleaming I. of the section. Bill Jones was the I: with a spread of $13.85 cwt. and hands it should help to bleach
I. which provides for quarantining infected white head in sharp contrast to name of the sheriff under whom Mr. I' per clear, smoother and beautify the skin.

, females, has been sustained by the soft drab of its body. The tail I. Roosevelt served, and Bill Jones, according ": -the lowest at $6.50 and the Any druggist will supply three oun.

the courts. feathers are also white. / to his deputy, was a remark- ': highest at $20.35. ces of orchard white at very little cost
able man in a ready
many ways gunfighter I and your gro-"' r has the lemons.
Six boys of organized gang of I Jerry Wills, who was greasing the and equally handy with his .-Adv.
auto thieves were arrested in Tampaand cog wheels in the roasting mill of the fists. "lie once casually remarked to i; Why this variation in price? (99)
upon conviction were only placed big phosphate mine at Tierce in some me," wrote Mr. Roosevelt "that he 111j'i

under a good behavior bond. I manner was caught between the large had served on the police force of Bismarck !11 :' Because the meat from different UrovVe TaateIeg. chill Toale
cog wheels and crushed to death. No hut he had left because he 'beat ,

Tampa ministers have changed their witnesses were present at the time at the mayor' over the head with his gun 'I animals varies greatly in restores the vitality blood.and You nuerir ran by MMI pvrUylo4 tolaSenahnlni. sad eoikhlntf -.

I minds and have decided to invite the the accident. It was his duty to keep one day. 1111' and Invlifciratlna Effort. Prlo. ...
, "Hon." Billy Sunday to Tampa to convert the gears: of the huge machinery in Mr. Roosevelt met men out in that quality weight.
the heathens for a few thousand good: running order and in one way country who were afterward his life ''I
7 dollars. the rounds are made the gears will long and most highly esteemed friends 1111'! Although the quotations Stomach Trouble
throw one of if he falls on them while Late in life he wrote: -t--

A big black bear-, weighing over 200 the other way it will carry them rigp/ "I owe more that I can ever expressto I//! shown are in nine divisions, 'Before I used Chamberlain's Tablets
in. It is MippoTo that f her h'i! the West, which, of course, 1,1
meansto
pounds, dressed, was purchased by a II i Swift o: Company grades cattle I doctored a great deal for stom-
clothes or hand caught/ in the reverse the men and women I met in the ji '
Pensacola market from a sheep raiser jears. West. There were few of bad ) I' into 34 itch> trouble and felt nervous and tired
a
people gcnc&"alclasses and each
. whose flocks had suffered from the inroad i ,
" tvne in mv neio'fihnrhnnH_that winllbe all the time. These tablets helped me
of the mutton-loving bear. I' A sad fatality occurred at Otter true of e erIci iJpm ;':'even ::1.1; class into! a variety of weightsand from the first, and inside of a week's

The inmates of the state prison I Creek on Saturday night when Jim in a theological seminary-hut I could qualities.As I tim I had improved in every way,'"
Hogan, an old resident of the place not speak with too great affection and Hlii'11 .
% farm at Raiford are now making shoes ,i writ.sIrs.! L. A. Drlnkard Jefferson
was burned to death in the woods respect of the great majority of
' for the prisoners and the work maybe I|I the shack which he occupied. He near was friends, the hard working' men and my H jI''.:', a result of these differences in City !Mo.-Adv.
' until also make the
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shoes for the inmates of the state hospital ', sixty years old and lived alone his women who dwelt for a space of per. I :" cattle ;y: i iI-iS, ( (due to differences in -
wife being dead and his family grownup haps a hundred and fifty miles along "I'J :
I I for the insane. and scattered. He was last seen the Little Missouri. : weights t.nd ment qualities), there is a 1919 AUTO TAX

: on Saturday afternoon and the first "No guests were ever more welcome di ; range: of 15 cents in Swift & Company's
_ About 600 packages of vegetables intimation the neighbors of the at the White House than these old '
.. were unloaded at one trip from the I tragedy was on Monday got when his friends of the cattle ranches and the i!!,III' selling prices of beef car. NOW DUE

U-2 following her arrival at Palm charred body was found by some par cow camps-the men with whom I hnd /it i casses. .. -' ,
) Beach from the eastern shore of Lake ties who had gone in search of him. ridden the long/ circle and eaten at the illl; Tags Now Ready for
i Okeechobee. The larger part of the A section of woods took fire on Saturday tailboard of a chuck wagop' -whenever Shipment

load was eggplants.M. night and it I is! supposed Hogan' they turned up at Washington duringmy II: !! These facts explain: The Legislature-chunked the rates
was caught within the burning area. Presidency. I remember one of
A. Miller, alias Ed. Cole posing them who appeared at Washington: one I liI!,:;' 1 -Why retail prices vary indifferent for 19111.!fmiration of motor vehicles for

as a tourist in Tampa. has been arrested The body of an unidentified white day just before lunch, a huge, power- stores. Tax dui from in the
charged with being an auto ful man, who, when I knew him had tp persons! State
girl, about 15 or 16 "years of age, was 30 days:
thief and living in open adultery witha found in old well in out of been distinctly a fighting character. "
an an way Ii' 2-Why it would be difficult RATES
young woman whom he was passing It happened that 'I', to
place, two miles south of Vernon last on that day another Motorcycles __ __ ___________
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his daughter. piift! ; u
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ThursHnv. Sheriff I!. W. Farrior immediately old friend, the British Ambassador : regulate prices of cattle or
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A tangerine tree near Invernesswas to lunch. Just before ''fIt'
the case and impanelled a juryto we went in I .
so heavy with fruit this season probe into. the case. The condition turned to my cow-puncher friend and 3 Why i it Rating
that it just naturally leaned againstthe of the body showed that it had been said to him with great solemnity F Lj: ,; -: requires experts to Automobiles, 2U h. p. or loan . 5.00

ground for support. The owner iruihe well for at least twelve or fifteen 'Remember, Jim, that if you shot at 'I' I jud .ecatcand:! to sell meat. AutonioluloH, over 22 to 27 h. p. HOO(

sold 4,900 tangerines: gave his friends days and the attending phrsician, the feet of the British Ambassador, to t ki: :) so as to yield the profit of AutoniolnloH, over 27 to 35 h. I p. 12.(00
about 600, pigs ate fully 1,000, and after making a thorough examination, make him dance, it would be likely to Automobiles, over ::15 h. p._ ___ 15.00
there remains at present. on the tree states that the /girl from appearances, cause international complications, to 'IJil-?; only a fraction of a cent a Automobiles seating 10 or more 100.00(

5,000 tangerines. had been outraged and then murdered.The which Jim responded with unaffected : I' pound-a profit too small to Trucks, not over 1 ton n_ __.__ 1000 ,.
girl was fairly well dressed, one lorror:-"Why, Colonel, I shouldn't 1.1/1/ Trucks, over 1 ton, not over 2
Charley Putze, a Sebring merchant garment bearing the name "Flora Allen think of it-I shouldn't think of it." I affect prices. tons _ ________._________ 25.00)
was found guilty in Judge White- I ,' written in indelible ink. Hundreds A number of those old friends met ,I Ili Trucks, over 2 tons, not over .I

hurst's court last week of selling liquor of persons from that section in the cow country were afterwards liit li/:/" tons u__ ______u_ ________ 60.00
and was given the usual fine of. viewed the body and while the features members of the '"Rough Riders," the Trucks, over .1 ton" n__ __u_ 100.00

$500 or six months in the gang. When I I are fairly well preserved, no one volunteer cavalry regiment of which I it:.,;, Swift & CompanyU.S.A. Dealers ___no _ ... ______ 15.00(
arrested he had on hand a barrel of 'I has been able to identify the body. Roosevelt was lieutenant colonel and I'' Chauffeurs! ._. __ _ ___ _uh 2.00
wine, half barrel of beer and seven then colonel dunno the WAr with .'iII' ,' Hearses, casket wagons and
teen quarts of whiskey. I When John Mitchell, colored, of Spain. Many of thm also helped; in ' : ambulances operated by un-

Tampa, aged 100 years, according toWs his campaigns when he ran for Oovrnor ::1/1'/ lortakers ___ _n_ __ __ __ _._ 1000
Mrs. George Long, an aged lady,! statement when he procured a of New York, Vice President : ' The law require an application
was burned to death in her home at marriage !license at the county judge's af the United States and twice for :1'1'I'f' sworn to for each machine registered.All .

Middleburg Tuesday afternoon. While: office, married Cora Holmon, aged for. 'resident. CQ questions should be fully answer
In the act of putting some wood in the | ty-five years it was "some wedding"and / Theodore Roosevelt ran for Mayor 1'li"1( I, /S vd to nave correspondence. Personal
heater outing' flannel kimonn she the colored folks of that af New York city in 18Wi / : I check delay delivery.
\ an city joined against Ab- IIIIII- .. __ _.._._..,..... ,
t wits wearing caught fire and before the bridegroom/ and! bride in a great I i ram S. Hewitt, democrat, nnd was de .:== n j Klanks may hn boil from Garages'
the flames could be extinguished she I celebration of the unique event. John, I feated. He was not again\ active in Tax Collectors, Shrrilfs( Clerks Circuit .
I was fatally burned living only a few the centenarian, provided the marriage i politics, except to make a few campaign Court, or by applying to
r., "t">' th'! .i-.c..01.! i It feast and was able to take his I speeches, until IMMH! when ho
I full shareof the good things:! provided! was appointed Civil Service Commissioner .- ERNEST AMOS,
The Lakeland orange market is already - from his bank account. John is used j, bv_ President, I -iz.rriMn'_ I II> Comptroller Tallahassee Fla.
feeling' the effects of the Cali- I to having wl'r'rlinjts-far' this is his ,j i'served six years, Civil Service; ;: Commissioner ;
I fornia cataclysm, where it is estimated third. :Mitchell, despite his great age four years under. President velt had much opposition from the TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR -- -- -- -- --- --
fully fifty percent of the citrus crop -he says he was forty-two years old\ I'| Harrison and! then two years under beginning! 1'lm"I'; "1' IKH; <'Il I)i.EICA:

, hRs been frozen. Prices hereabouts. when the civil war broke out and at ,' President Cleveland He went into the I i Ono of the causes which tended to : NASTY CALOMEL The II. A. Thomas hog I'owder. hma
have taken a jump in the last few days I which time he was a slave on a plantation work heart und soul and.! fought energetically make him unpopular was his strict enforeement ,
and have culminated! in the unprecedented -' in Alabama isn't! any slacker. against the spoils system in I oC some of the "blue laws"on word of 05 per cent cures of ll<>ifCholera.
price of $::1.50 f. o. h.. which is lie works every day in a local woo.11' all departments of the government. the statute books especially the Starts your Liver Without Making If you feed your hogs 111

some figure with which to combat the yard, and as he Is on piecework, splitting The procuring of proper civil service I Sunday laws. One of the laws which Ycu Sick and Cannot duc-ited! : !, you need never fear hog
high cost of living in other commodi t cordwood, makes nearly twenty' laws and the proper administration of I he made the police enforce to the let.ter chnlern nor ny other hog dlHeuso. And
ties. dollars a week. He has a nice, fat the laws was necessary and Mr. | was that which declared that ice Salivate. the directions i
hank account. part of which is attached :' Roosevelt did yeoman's service in this must not be sold' after ten o'clock in are very simple, Just

Governor Sidney J. Catts has refused 1 to H "cullud lady" to whom John I work. He believed that patronage did i the morning on Sundays", This was a'I II I Every druggist in town-your drug. admit what you are doing, plus a few
to issue the commission to J. W. appears to have been engaged until a not really help a party but merely I real hardship to the poor people of the fist' and everybody's druggist haa noticed I'i'iitH worth of H. A. Thomas' hog

I, Rast who last November was elected few months ago' when Cora crossed I helped political bosses to get controlof crowded east mdo and it caused! no end a great falling: off in the sale I'owder! in the feed twice n week ,
county tax collector for Duval coun his horizon and he unified his. nffec-' the machinery of a party of trouble. N r. Roosevelt was attack- of calomel. They all\ give the same Usually, though, Cholera geti in be.
; ty. Mr.' Rast furnished bond in the tions. He ,is. a tail lanky oTd darkey I .\ppointed Police Commissioner 'led again' and again in the editorial reason. Dodson'a Liver Tone Is .
his lund being' his kinky hair is white, but aside from 'columns of the New York lakina'It fore we know it. Then it requires
required\ sum, approvedby In the spring of WZ!); :Mr. Rooseveltwas newspapers1: II place.
the board of county commissioners! that ami. that he has no teeth in his appointed Police Commissioner in hut failed to be moved from his course. "Calomel clone attention to "Iu'h hug--each hog
I It
forwarded to Tallahassee and approved head he is well and hearty. "Ah has New York by :Mayor Strong. He served -1 Ire Story Changed< It. Dodson's Liver Tone
IIIppHcctly
by the state comptroller and sent no (chilluns said John to a newspnperman. -
as president of the I'olke Commission Finally them nt directed I will nave better
a reporter wrote a tory of safe you
by him to the secretory of state who "Ain't neher had none. Hut i and gives better results -
for two years, administering the the death of little girl in tenement than !00 cent. If don't the B.
wid' a a said per you ,
in turn referred the matter to the Ah'd sho' Ink to hab n few to play affairs of the a prominent local drug
governor for a (/)mmission to issue in my old days." John was body APr. entire disregard police department with mother house on the east side while her gist. 'Dodson's Liver Tone Is person A. Thonrmn' mi-dirine costs you noth.
partisan politics was huylnl.a piece of ire for
vant to his young master during' the :Mr. Roosevelt wrote of those days: nor lifter ten o'clock ally guaranteed: by every druggist who Inlt.Ve not some diHtunt manufacturer -
Sundaymorning.
Robert and Will Blackwell brothera civil war. "Dey ain't no folks. Ilk I "The man who was closest to me The iceman on wai a arrestedand sells it A large bottle costs 60 cents, pay. your money buck
thrice convicted of the murder of: mnh folks, he said, referring to his
,
throughout my two years in the Police the mother taken to court at a and if It fails to give easy relief inevery Sold! by 1C S Jones. Adv.S&sk .
\ !>
Davis and wife aged couple former master long since dead.
R. A.
an ey I
I Department) was Jacob Rns. By this witness, and in her absence the child case of liver sluggishness/ and -
who 1
in Bay county, and made a sensaLIFE wuz quality folkxes in dem! days. '
time I was getting/ our social, Indus- dierIt\ was wholly an imaginary' tale constipation, you have only to ask for
trial and political needs into pretty- and was in the nature of a ful>l<* to your money back. Your'GrotcR

SKETCH OF ROOSEVELT: The session of 1H8I ended his! legislative -!I fair perspective I was till ignorant' how what eould happen under the I I Dodson'a Liver Tone Is a pleasant-
'of the extent to which men of great'I continued enforcement of the "blue
and he refused rcnomi- tasting, purely vegetable
career a remedy
!1 ,
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(Continued From Page Two) nation and two nominations to Con wealth played a mischievous part in laws.. It did the work. Ii i ij harmless to both children and adults.
of I our industrial and social ife, hut I was :j Mr Roosevelt said l long afterward
gress. He determined to "get out I|Take a spoonful at night and wakeup
well awake
to the of
need
politics," to. West and become making ours that he had received more than two
he found that go a fine
In a short time more rnnchmnn. is good faith both an economic and industrial hundred letters. because of that feeling ; no biliousness! sick
contests heM no interest for story headache acid stomach
party or
well constipated
him. but that he had. to take his stand In the Presidential. campaign of 1881 I as already as knew a political Jake Riis democracy because - ::':'would some from women declaring that they I bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause
like to tear him to pieces. lie
on questions of principle and O.UPS-! :Mr. Roosevelt was against James G. his! hook, "How the Other Half'' furious inconvenience all\ the next day like
and
was denounced the
of IVaine! and favored! Edmunds for President. reporter -
tions of policy, irrespective party
Lives
had been both violent
to calomel.
me an Take dose of
en- the a calomel
and editor of the I COFFEES
affiliations. The : Assemblyman He headed the New York delegation newspaperin
young lightment and
to the National an inspiration! for which which the story was published., lie today and tomorrow you will feel
found honest, public spirited men Republican
among/ his associates and many who Convention and took an active part in I felt I could never of be too grateful."As \. said at a meeting on the east side that weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea
that Blaine nominated and president the Police Board I they were worse than any criminalswho day's work! Take Dodson's Liver
were corrupt and venal. He had many body was
also I
was member
hard fight with the latter and was so Roosevelt supported him in the cam- Board. In a hoth positions of the I felt Health that Tombs ever had been hanged in the Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigorand Best By Every Test
but he .
orders
gave not to arrest
Mr. Roosevelt's mother andhim ambition. '
I aggressive: and showed such ability paign. with Jacob Riis' guidance I would\ be 14---15'"
icemen
thereafter for
selling\ iceon
first wife died within few hoursof I
that he re-elected. a -
was
I II I able
to -
T>ut a goodly number of his '
lie became the minority floor leader each other, in February, 1884! both principles! into actual effect. lie and I I he thought Sundays.the Years story afterward was he unfair said the United States and Spain was inev 1b-; Strong Withstand the Winter
,
I and was in the Assembly! three years. I I from Bright's disease. The wife died looked at life and its problems from but acknowledged! that it very had caused itable, and he set to work In earnestto Cold Better Than tile Weak
He paid much attention to laws for shortly following! the birth of her substantially the same standpoint. him to change his mind about enforcIng - prepare for it so far as! he was able. Yon must bave Health. Strength and Endurance
reformation of and of daughter Alice, who, when Mr. Roosevelt Our ideals When the Maine was blown Havana .
the primaries i I and principles and purposes that particular Sunday law. up up to tight Cotdo Grip and Influenza. I
the civil service.! lie tried to have a was President, was married in and our beliefs to the methods harbor war became a certainty
Judge Westbrook impeached on the ', the White House to Nicholas Long-! necessary to realize as them were alike." In the spring of 1897 President! }Ie- It would have! been impossible to prevent condition When your and does blood not Is circulate not In a properly.healthy
Kinley Mr Roosevelt As-
of collusion with Jay worth. appointed it. But !Mr. Roosevelt had, not
,ground corrupt The first fight :Mr. Roosevelt made U unable to withstand the
sUtant-'Secretary of the Navy. The your system
liould. He urged proceedings to vacate :Mr. Roosevelt as an Author wafted until the Maine was blown up
was to cold.GROVE'S.
keep winter
politics absolutely! out of
the charter of the Manhattan Elevated :I I :Mr. Roosevelt's first book "The Naval I the force, and not only politics but ev. appointment solicitation of was Henry made at Cabot the earnest Lodge before making/ preparations fop the Inevitable TASTELESS Chill TONIC
Railway ., war. On February 26, 1898,
Company.In War of 1812 had
been publishedin ery kind of improper favoritism. He United .
States Senator from Massachusetts Colds. Crip
Mr. Roosevelt Fortifies the System Against
third in the Assembly 1882, and in 1884 he contributed had was Acting Secretary
his a hard
year
a
struggle to do that but
the same whom Mr. and
man Enriching
of the Navy and he seized the and Influenza by Purifying
chairman number of short 1 opportunity -
made of the commit. political and made
he was essays big strides in its accomplish. Roosevelt tried to have nominated at the Blood.
tee on Cities and of a legislative Investigating i I sketches of sport and adventure to the 'ment. The police board was so composed the Republican National Convention in to send the following telegram/ : It contains the well-known tonIc properties

committee which caused toI I Century Magazine, the North American that one of the four members Chicago! In 1916. IIU Order to Admiral Dewey of Quinine and Iron la a form
be passed a series of laws which !: Review theNew Princeton Review easily could block the action tomach.
practically ''I of the Shortly after Mr. Roosevelt became "Washington, Feb. 25 1898. acceptable to the most delicate
revolutionized the municipal j'i and Harper Magazine. In 1885 i three others, and that made reforms in Assistant Secretary of the Navy he and U pleasant to take. You can soon feet
I
government of New York city. I he wrote the "Hunting Trips of .a the department difficult. Mr. Room. became convinced that war between (Continued on Page Six) IU Sue tbeujnllo Bwigxatinj Uoct.: SOc.FRIDAY. .






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;would amount to little without the'I ings! thereon so long/ as same may be For the purrime 6f holdlnir. the aid elec.tlon I ilies who it for
the ,
t Mford County Telegraph cooperation of transportation companies used for said
previously working in competition right to move the buildings' in any : U. W. Moore. cold and .
t ..:-' _ ::-2-= =:. ( and under which system the manner necessary to suit purposes for T. n. PINHOLSTEU.> '-
,
Chairman Knard Public Initructlun
Bradford
f'uhliahed) Weekly! and enterrd as second gloving, of the mails by rail, boat or' .vhich same are to bo used. County. r'lorlda.A .
.t otherwise, is amatter I The bonds of Hank of Sturke, Bradford tint
claus. ma HIT at Die cowl-nllir! motor horsepower or I
of bidding and offering' special.crvice. County !liank Lake Butler IKink I IIId .K. R. 1'OPPELL. &
Starke. Florida. >. If the competition mentioned .\ I'armers and, I Dealers/ Hank 'were Co Superintendent and SOc'y. 11061.SHEKIFFS Seed

M removed the service may be <-xpictcd pri-si-nted as county depositories and! It's rotl< I <.ml

E. S. MATIIIKWS.: Kditor and Owner.J to di-tcriorute. The transportation I ordered forwarded to staUcomptrol- Notice la hereby ulven SALE I hut under and by H I| 'nomely i ; '' \ ,'II lit iii!

-. Editor.S m-rvii-e, being in the hands ofpnlitical Icr. I tlttuc fir an exfcutioii innued out of a.id undir I rover in both
l\ ROIUNSON( : ( AiHiirint I favorites arid no incentivaollVred !Hoard adjourned until the' /first Mond.iy the mal of the Clerk of the Circuit; Court In toautlfi.l:I :! I :: I ,.. i -
other than in February, lily. and for Hrndrord county fliirnln. tinted tho / ,I "'" .I I
service lioressary
f"i' good) :"ith day of AuuUHt. A. ,). 11)18.) In favor of I,] .
p.irty. 'Injalty, :! business will take a W. T. WEEKS W C. Wh.tu.n. and W. M. Wnltten. eartnert. I ro e.,Il'

.\ 1919 :"''\..NUA.Y I i, i.:tick s,-;"it. The postutlice, the ono goyinnu'lit - .Clerk and.. Auditor I iliiiiiK buolneiie, OK W. C. Whlltrn It Co., and ,',, lOKiie ". v.- ] !, ;
__ I I monopoly) at present, but will ----- - nuainnt Joe r.riiria' I, W. J. Enuennn aa Jla.i.-;: : : b"
...... 1...i f'| +*]\ healthy EH'.ICtS1': 1.\\\ 'fEY .I..rl"| of Itradfnr'l county, Florida will Hell mail! \ '-' '{ I '\\1 1
:i'i l -i I in i infinitely. worse if till cumn .t public gale to tho hlnhfHt and l Is it bldilirlor I
I 'n>ution,, now possible is removed. cBHh, on the 3rd tiny of .February A. D. I II" I II I Bale lit tl!: "
-.- -. -.- 2 | services will ib !'t. III front. of the court holme floor In'' llvo 'Irjnrt I i
..- -. ..:Jt .1 I.M'hsonwIle. I I Ti roes-Un ion.IlNI'TFsoFLti4rMIEErls. On Sunday, Jan. 19th .
Stiirko Florida the ''
--- ---. be held at Law ley instead of Starke. followlnu .1"Mct..d| landilylnit buy .rcnu. 'Isatisfy !
and In Bradford ,
county Fm.-lclii. to-
: : REV. J. C. DIGGS. ? wit :! : :r ""I
:
t frI789JUW : ; :\ : :
5 OF ( Ol'NTY) : COMMISSIONERS: :-. The Nnrtheant QunrU-r of Northeimt Qiu.r.ler satisfy :"'.)
I ThPirthe' of '''lI''n 14, Tp. 4. S. i > '
It. LM\ K : alan riantlMp: i iKnrdcn
L :NOTICE: I h.- North Half of No.tllw..tJ..ar..... ...r'lh".1 or ; I : ". I Ilui'k"
1213141516 The board, of county romminsioners :-;", Qunrtvr or Section :iB, Jp. I, ... U
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: was MiHt-d! to order at the courthousein Notice is hereby given that we will II I IS.. or .o much thereof aa, IB m-atiuirjr toI so : > \
I
ith 1919 be in Lake and "tlMfy said execution and com In title be.hilt. mined by: :
( Butler
Tuesday
19 20 212223 3125L2627262930:31 StaiKi- :Monday, January on .
.d Jfa 1"t1.-
!
-Shi What would :
I \ S. '1''. Howling i chairman, with all Wednesday, Jan. :.!'!th. and, 2th! forth hnppm' W. J. EPPERSON.: yarn 1 '! .
: ILmIvt, tu-wjt: 1t..1. An- purpose of' collecting and l IIMSCI<.- to me if I \\c-ro your kot! 1-S-Bt.: hurlir.. Bradford Co. Flnrldii.Few standard ..i',.
) s present ,
: .
: J .. llv In t'
; -r Well voti're '
; : u.'t
!:
.1Cttaih > -
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I.. Under- All -- -
.1. Hliu-kwolder J. jug taxes. requestedto
; ..nnv.1 are
( persons with C.uiiiiict Bimiws >. a; / ,,,,1.i' ,; ; , 1 (. I Illv
bill 11.1 II May. J meet us there on the above men- Kricapu '
and . !1. '
; don't kii i." v.hat a good ccu.e -. ti' o 1 >:
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-- - I real, "and tio'u'd datc-s. TaIxiuk.s will bo strict r'"It'Y
of last meeting
Minutes w I 1.:. L. / ( .t.t i1pJIc'iiug There lire few indeed! who I tit.1, 1 I' >f : ,,
TAKK 'I UK IS'I OFFICE" approved., I ly"closed) Apnl I l-.t, .is thi- ladirel.t-. .1'.cif---tiey're! s j es'apehllV for "V .> i i 1 i .1 i iIOKIIO -
.: I Petition signed by C. A. Heck and B. M. DOWI.INfi:-. 2 good! Go.. ti l f.. mp Con, Dc.iusie "' 11joat least ort< cold during the II",.. i ,: : C.).,
others asking the hoard. of countyrommisioners Tax: Collector.N. . : Cahi"iu Wakings are "If.'\ winter months, and they arp fortunate Seedsmen, < IN t
J lisiusairig. us niai.y iirthe pn'>pos'lion for a public rond deMrihed 11.> WAINWUIGHT, i whole ,omc-fl ,! .. siK Jin led. who have but ono and pet through withit
! of government. ownership and, follows Commencing at I l-l ';'-Jt::! Tux As.ssiir. -- -
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as .. Millions of nmt'ii-rs cToR
use : ::
3 quickly and without serious ;;. pt\-:
of the, Northeast ( lIarI -' f any
fontrol, it Is only m-cossarv to look thiJ'SE corner :
over to the one government monopoly i I ter of Sec. !9 I. Tp. 7, S. K. 22 E., on CALUSfiSTBAKMG; consequences. Take Chnmbrrlnin's
:Starke; Anti Theressu public road und f'oup-h Remedy, and observe the directions For cash
thai this cmiiiti., ,, nUll enjoyed; ; for : KEPT PLEDGE -
; with order C. or
jearsind of which tho publk hail i.to run in a Northeast southwesterly direction of North to fi i POWDER; I : with each bottle, i\nd you are Florida at Six
of
W. line Quarter
intimate knowledge in order to predict -I cast Quarter( of Sec. Ifi thence S. to I t I h cause of it8 purl, \'-'K-au. oitwnyu .r.... ." li'rely' to be one of the fortunate ones. cents per ( ) f.

what might follow if paternalism SE corner of Northwest Quarter or TO SEND BREADAmerican I nomirnl iut'L in 11"I .i' t n\i A--u n '.."'iiul, ueii The IVorth and l merit of this remedy o. h. Lowell

t is to he the watchword of the country I i Southeast Quarter of :SPC.:; Ifi thence I e"I".t ccnt ,i 'g Ct P3. CUII .'. has been fully proven. There are fam H. T. .\.
in the days to come. "Tulte the po toffico' milo thence S. on lnll..d..nt. o. h..v" b..n ..p.
W. quarter "
I one ( I : ot.cMtty bJ Li./ U. ::. .
wo suggest npd look over. the land line one mile to NK; corner of J. "
t plan and its carrying out; the idea j C. )Keene's lands thence W. on land Nation Maintained Allied i.Ie,, y-ns tiny ft. tY fllpl: 'WiI"JIDIDt.1 ammwmnmrerumm: !! ( .

and development; the ideal and the I line one quarter. of n mile. thence S i 3l .., ou save Mi.afl yeu I4.4t $1. tf
real situation, and then think over '! one quarter of a mile to Charles Beck Loaf Through Self- :::1 1' II
tI the possibilities the.probnbilitics and land U.neeV.. on land line one-half I I
'. happenings with public, utilities under I I of a mile more or less to intersect' Denial at Home Table.' BRADFORD! ,,COUNTYEhas- some
I I6i4rtKA
political management. I Theitessa. public '
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with the Hampton and jj lands ;in Florida. 1 c
Because of the incapacity of small roads. After. being considered by
I carriers and individuals to convey : the board, upon motion and second petition -I AVERTED EUROPEAN DESPAIR.With ,

from point to point the correspondence grunted. The petitioners are to I \ \\ BRADFORD COUNTY, on "

un<|. such small parcels as were.offered, I open and place, 'said road in good trav- ; mity to ackfrr.villr' has unusual
with the greatest dispatch and 'at the eli jg condition; without any expenseto Military Demand Upon Ocean ,

lowest costs the United .States government the county. Shipping Relieved World )I. Able keting its products.'

following the precedent established I I The death of Mrs. K. C. Crews, pauper to Retu n/to Normal Whit. I .

in-Rurope, undertook the'tnins- was reported., Upon motion antI BRADFORD COUNTY is a
portation of letters and newspapers second her namo was ordered dropped Wheat Bread. I
IInd small pirn'els. ThU was some :,I from pauper roll. prosperous live stock center with of
,
years ago. And the government, undertaking I II State pension" claims of Mrs.: 1-'. 11.
I this service with the interest II Dover and Stephen 1 Roberts were ap Since the advent of the latest wheat tj corn, peanuts and forage crops.

of tho people pAramount. olaeed( proved. crop the only limitation, upon American ,
the postol'fice department under the The board after approving billapresented export to Europe lots> been. the '
(barge of patriotic men and established -I I. ordered, scrip drawn for shortage of tthlpplui' Kctwecn July 1 BUT

] postofficea in many and, various sam, Term of office of suui board and October 10 we shipped 03,1180,80'i:
places. I.I. having expired upon motion and second bushels. If this rule should coutlautI i it! -

Tho business! of the United States I adjourned sine 'I ic. until the end of the fiscal Y"II"Ve will > ;; before we can make interested

crew and expanded and the pottnlfice !! / W.Clerk T. WEEKS anti. Auditor., have furnished the Allies with more possibilities we will be compelled .

department grew with it. or ahead 'than 237r>UOOOO bushels> of wheat and\ Metal Long' In Use. .
of it. \l''or the habit of writing letters flour In Tin kiiuun ilu- Hebrew metalworkers I
terms of wheat. was lu
I the board I To Have Hard
and orders .I..I.! .tunimrv 7 111)!19.!!
I" X before America and wa bills discovered had developed, and l'lp.t-: : v'iti\( : : j, ":(,ep. ('. The result of Increased\ production.! as mi n.I l.>.\' of <,rhrr metals a* attention'W
and conservation! efforts In Ihe United\ tin lime ot t: Muses.. There was
(O. V. lironks Drew Reddish \ early it
and
I the foreign mails formed n big J1m.tthe Livingston. connecting our towns to
of postoflice business early in the' and James Reynolds, for the ensuing States bm been that with Ihe cessation no tin In 1'iiU'stinu.$ TheIr tin In be

f I history of the country. Hut as the two years met at the court of hostilities we are able to return Utile of liiivUI was tallied from Tyre Jacksonville. ::i iI

monopoly increased it only partially house at If) o'clock a. m., und org .iitud to a normal wheat diet. Supplies and T.vr was supplied. by the ships

followed the trend of busmen Very' us a board of) county commissioner'by that have accumulated In Australia Unit tradedIM. Trshsh.! This tin Money invested in public

soon) after being/ established the post- electing C. A. Roberts chairman of Argentine and other hitherto Inaccesnlble came from, Spain' but' doubtless the -
I office department( became highly Important .p..id hoard for the term of two year! markets may be tapped by ship greater rinnutlty conic from the liD districts will produce a phenominal increase

I as a political feature of the The chairman then announced that the released from transport service, and of Urlluiu. \ uations. |
government. Undertaken, to protect'the board was ready, to proceed with the European demand for American wheat

public and insure good service business properly presented. probably will not exceed normal
V '\ the postofllce department" has been 'I 1 he following resolution presented surplus. There Is wheat eoouKh our available +4. .LEGAL. . + .NO'rICEti. . + + + 4 the nnd by thc board: ,
recognized for many years us approved to have a white loaf at the common
greatest source of political patronagein Resolved that the Bradford County i. + + + * + + + + + J- + + +
the country. Telegraph be and is hereby designated table. i I SHERIFFS SALE Florida counties have been -
As far will wish (, the in which the actg! of But last year the tale was different. I I
back ns paper
as anyone Hereby notice l I. given' tlint I. W. J. Epperson. -
to remember the handing out of the the special session of the legislature Only by the greatest possible saving I I I AH Sheriff' nf Ilradforil, County. Floriiln.under sibilities and have bonded for good
post offices by the victorious political of 1018 be published as required by and sacrifice were we able to keep a and by virtue. of th>t certain writ nfpxcoutlon
further resolved, that steady stream of wheat and flour '' tunned; out of anti under the ,ealnf
party has been looked upon merelyas law, and be it move the Circuit Court nf Bradford County. Are You Going to Let
something expected. The. most efficient -I the Bradford County Telegraph: is ing across the Ren. We found our Florid. nod bearlntr. date the 11th of January.
fl officials in the service have understood hereby designated for the publication selves at the beginning of the harvest !I 11>11'. antI' BKninut Simle C. Miller aa Admin. Slacker County
without that the of all legal advertisements and notices with Intratlx of the entnte nf F. C. Miller deceaaed
", question. year an unusually short crop. anti In favor of W. E. Oavia and bv virtue
defeat of the political party which of this board and reports from the Even the most optimistic statisticians of that certain order bearing date the 15th Are You Going To Stay
named them meant retirement. The several offices as required by law during figured that we had a bare surplus of day nf January 1911>. madp .and, entered by
story of the Star route frauds the institution / the / tWD years term, beginning the ""n. J. T. Willa. Judire of the above named .
20,000,000 bushels. And yet Europe: and about the
date end ending two years Court orderinir a Bale nf the frnodit and "getalong"][ same
this
of "civil service reform, and with was facing the probability of a bread rhatti'la herein after detrrihid to be mode at It
such' matters well known hence. 'l.nwtey. Kloriila. where the located
are history. famine name are now the Civil War?
\ The postoflice has always been and Application( of Dr. J. P. Tomlinson -mm In Europe bread Is by far by irivinir not .lend than ten dart, no-
for the ensuingtwo the most Important article In the dietAll I tiro of the time .and place of inld .a''.; willuuVr
still' remains I for physician
a political monopoly con.j county
.,
of this hail for unit and will .il to the htoheNt and OR
surplus left the
ducteil tnoro or (ess efficiently for the years was 1I1'I'ltpllllnd( salary fixed hot bidder l for CBKh In the Town of Lawtt-y.
benefit of the public but with a special '! at $;oO) per. year.Application country early In the fall. lIy the first Itradford County, Florida, Ion the nidi? track
and added interest to the poli-1 of t:. M. Johns for appointment of the year we had munnKed to ship a of the Seaboard. Air I Line Railway Company, "'-
whore the deHcrihed herein I. located
I. tll'lI1n8.r of county attorney for.. th*> little more than (50.0OO.OOO; bushels by ). on Wednetiday property the Hflth day of January-, ARE we going to put -
Approaching in some features the (ensuing two years was accepted( and practicing" the utmost economy at I 11111 I*. durinir the loyal houra of 0nle. the fnlbaby -

r I best establishments in the world and his appointment confirmed and salary home--by wlientless days* wheiitlessmeiils : rtimiiiitinv property of about to-wft H.nno: fc A.,t.pile end of.a pile lumber nf I t TY on the MAP? '::3

lacking/ in some others the United fixed' nt $i.r>0 per year, same to be paid, heavy substitution of othercereals sawn en,.. tim coniiiHtinir of about tuft''' $tie* I i ;-
States pohtofhVu department make a ;, monthly.The 11I11by\ sacrifice nt almost w. J. BI-I'ERSON..
wonderful show whenever it is time following!' named persons! filed, every meal throughout tbe country. I-I7-2I. Sheriff nrndfurtl. County Fla.NOTICK I ::1! Quigley Lumber & |

for nnnnnl reports. Hut the. wise ones with the board applications! asking to lu January the' late Lord llhorxldn I -I
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know that deficit be bo appointed us captain( and superintendent ( ; -
easily
a can S
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then r.rltlsh In ,
Food Controller! (cabled County Judife'H 'ourt Itrailford County I
charged I to some '9m provement." and; of convicts working< on public Florida. oIt
that when a "!lUrplu,," showing Hneeded I I I roads of said. county. to-wit: G.1.; : that: only If we soot an additional 75OOO.OOO ,- IV HE : KSTVTE OF .uulIUUICI .} : ;
the politician. at tho head of'1, Riihar.l.' .!. II. Ritch, Sr., N. I D. Green ) bushels before, July 1 could, he J. M. Futeh. ,Deceflxeil.S. I

the department can produce the .required und II. r.. (.l'e'll. The board after considering take the responsibility' of assuring* his 1 :. J.' rUTCII.of J. M Admlnlntrator Fulch, "'......rd.of thor'Mate
statement, and insist thnt the all applications( presented. |H>ople! that they wouIU be fed. PolltloOl.r.Flo..n. j r.

I bej-t service for the 11'lIstIoney is being1 ;! upon motion and second. the npplica Tbe response of the American ... VS
provided. \ tion of I II. I.. (Green wns accepted. and pie wns .OUO.IIIIO: ( > ) biisliels/ safely 1'1'00'' .1. M. Putrh Futch .and 1"'rraM.eI.F..,P and Futeh.all helmof Oth-'

The facts remain that some foreign I his application confirmed by vote of eriMl overseas between January 1 and i>r Pernnnii lntt.rentei] in the Kntate of When You Come to
countries, (:treat Britain for instance, the board. Said H. I.. Green to fur July 1. Out of n harvest \vlilch gave I aid. J. M Kutch. Peceaiied.
with nish nil bedding kitchen uKnsil, and ni>fen,lantM.CITXTIOV .
greater obstacles to overcome, us only 20.OOO.OOO( bushels surplus. we :
and slower to adopt some of the short I furnish his own horsn and dogs!' said, actually vhlpped llt.OOOlXk) bush..ls.'rhus TO FlORENCE FIITCII AND K n FIITCH.IIF.IK3 ..
ruts that are so popular and common i horse to be fed by the county, ant the : OK J 'M FIITCH! PCF.qFn.! SEE .
did America fulfill her ?
'i in America has for many years enjoyed I county to pay him $00 per month and pledge AND MI. OTHER PFRSOMS INTF.ilFSTFD :'P11/A." _sp jt that the Allied bread rations could, be '
IV TruE
FST\TF: OF Shin J. ':t' ,' !:
feed all convicts guards ; ;
I u cheaper rate of postage than' also agrees to : '
M. FIITCH.
DECEASED. CRKF.TINO
and American : .. .
maintained the .
I ours. It has also long enjoyed the par- and himself for (;it() cent per day each, already TAKE VOTICE that S..T Futeh. an admin.iHtratnr -. -" .t'' ..,,,,,, It..ror r....,. .. ""-.J.. ..-.-..."...' .;. a
eel post system which we are just I Iappting. same to he paid monthly by the coun people are demonstrating/ that with of the entate of J. N. Futeh. d..d.haa ,
It is a well known fact an awnkened war (conscience' lustyear's thin tIns filed In the above entitled .caui. 45-49 W. Bay St. Thru the block
and court a pet lion the object or which into
ty.C.
that while contracts are made for the I 'l). Gunn tendered his. resignation figures will bv bettered. Hell the Nnrthwiwt. Quarter nf the Nnrth-
rapid. transportation of letters across aa agricultural demonstration agentof Coat Quarter and the Southeast Quarter of
the continent these same letters may said county. nnd upon motion nnd Sending to Europe Hl,( ")-.OOO) bushel chin t'". Northi 4. H.' >ait R.Quarter 21 Eaiit.of cnntainlnv Section12' DO in Town-n._. Everything in Books

I remain in a small postoflice ford second same was accepted.Mrs. of wheat from a surplus of apparently nine or I..M.. leitB. a ntrip 60 feet wide aernna
., L twenty-four or thirty-six hours . T. Jo;. Wuldrup came before the | nothing was the outstanding ex- the Feet Hide of the Southeant Ouarter. In the Fiction Books on Agriculture and other
liefore, delivery. The lock box system board, and maths application for the plult of the American food army lo the .county of Rradford. State of '.'Iorid.. to payItbte'giie
by the Maid J. M. Fulch. dveeaaed.paid .
authors Books Reference Travel
:, which in very generally found imposes I npnointment of panning club agent: for critical ;year of the war. ,,".,.tOf'y bavlnv. been owned by h'tn In Toy
J a severe tax upon the firms whkh relieve said county. After being; considered.tipon hi. life time, and there not "hcinir .u.fTielentperaonal I
] the delivery system of a great motion nnd second it was ordered GREATEST OPPORTUNITY property to pay .wuil deht. It I litherefore ,..
I Ordered that the" defemlanta.( anti Commercial and
amount of labor. This tax is out of all I I that all matters. relating to the WOMEN EVER HAD.It all other peninna Intereated in the efltate of Fancy
proportion to the convenience that it agricultural and canning club be laid paid J. M Futch. deeeaHed. appear to the. petition
4 is supposed to give patrons-and there j i over until the first Monday in Febrx- was' given to the women of this filed herein on or before the 8rd day ofMarch. Fine Wedding and Society Engraving
A. D 1919. and dhow aune. if any
to be of to perform the greatest servo
\ seems no way Retting; it reduced ary 1919. country they have. why aai4 petition nhould not borrnnted.
to a nominal fee, which ig all\ Notary public bond of Geo. C. White ice In the winning of the war vouchsafed otherwlae the ...u.. will be proceeded. clusive plant. Ask to see samples. .
I that should be demanded. presented. and approved. to any women In tbe history of with aa In can of default.
declared that claim of Mrs. Mary It la further ordered that a copy of thi.ante .
Having no person State pension the war of the world-to feed the be for four .u..lv..1ut,
y' shall\ lend a sealed letter without a C. Lee presented and approved. warrior and the war sufferers. By preceding publiaheil the date named herein forfpppearnee. Toys and Athletic GoodsA

postage stamp thereon the govern Bond. of Volley Reddish deputy the arts of peace the practice of simple in the Bradford County Telegraph. :
ment closes the stamp windows in sheriff', presented and approved. newapaper. publinhed. at Starke 'In paid, tount the round.
womanhood Shop
homely virtues thw voff Toy year -
Sundays I and five nare8 were and State. once a week. open
thousands of postofflces on Three hundred .
a whole nation served humanity In It* Don. and ordered thia the 16th day cf January
a and at early hours on other days. The selected" from the registration booksof A. D. lU' vorite sports and pastimes.
4 postmaster at this that and the oth..rplace. {he county from the several election profoundest trutgl. for peace and CEO. A. GARDINER.

.4 accountable to his political( boss districts by the board. of county freedom. Florida.County Judve of Bradford County(19.Stat L.)of

I 4 is independent of the town and the commissioners and list furnished to + . . . . . . . . .. A. 7.. ATKINS. THERMOS BOTTLES, A necessity
t postofflce patrons. In brief the postoflHce the clerk of said board aa required by Attorney for Petitioner. 1-17-71. '
I I department a government monopoly law. Said names to be written upon FLASH LIGHTS, Useful everywhere :
,. k4 be deposited. in FIRST CALL TO FOOD ARMY. NOTICE OF ELECTION
machinein and
& is the greatest political Slips of paper tn a ., By the vested In them by the School I
in the country. Quite recently the box by the clerk and sheriff, and from + taws[ of the power State of Florida. the Board of PICTURES. Picture Framing Artists
,, p: order Is announced that nil postmasters nid box the names of jurors for the ThIs co-operntlon end service s> Public Itutmettnn of Bradford County hereby

I will have to pass civil service examinations terms of the Circuit Court to be drawn I ask of all In ruM confidence Fa rdera District an election No. to 1. be The.held.....In.. Special on Saturday School, Practical GIFTS for all occasions \

7 but this may or may not-i as provided. by law. + that America. will render more + January* sth, lV19. for the purpoae of el""otln. the '
have the effect, of limiting the .rolitl-.I I Upon request of the agricultural! department + for Hag and freedom than king 'h.... truateea am! to determine the. amount KODAKS, Photo Finishing of
t cal "pull" of the app'ointee. lIe will\] of the high School l of said ridden, people surrender at compuTslon. + or mill.... to be aaaeued.Cot .. .

still have to be named bv the party county to use the old jail lot and .-Herbert Hoover. August + Mail inquiries rect.ive
thereon for the of said. I. in power, and owehis_ allegiance if building- use + 10 1917. +
ti he is 84 indisposed to that faction. school it wits unanimously voted to LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE Tablets nnw**tb.cause. .
I It
Recently it win mentioned that the grjtnt to .aid department of SAm! . . + + + + + + + Then U only cue "Dromo Qulala"
: work of the postoflice department school the use of said lot and build C. W. CKOVC ilsnature oo bo 1t. 8UB.

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FKIIUY JANUARY 17, 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKK:, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE


qi i V . ep i garmntions refrain from milking any FOR SALE: Six room bungalow on
r suggestion! to the public that they will W. Cull street. [KenaonabU( priitMr.s. -. l

NEWS OF (OfK SOLDIER BOYS accept Liberty Bonds. or War Saving \ .I'I +I':....Mitchell, Sturke. 1-17-lf. WANT...Three plow handsto
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toi Stamps unless fur endowment fundsItt
Bits LocalInformation
of I
e'I'Ilt'nry. . .t. . . . ;w hold for permanent, : inventnu-nt.. ." !FOR 1NT--TwII(; rooms, nicely' furni.slud do regular farm work.
- -- ------ - in Mollie Spark-
Ray, who has been serving! upstairs ;
I ninn building, opposite Judge Malphurs. \ Employment every day in
in the for several months has '
i I ,n I iiirnrd army to his home at Guilford. .CLASSIFIED . Mrs.V.. .1. Reynolds( St-arki'It, the year. Nice house to
Fla.
I Sergt. Frank Lane, of Cllmll'hl''l- . .
1 w..wlaf o.r l..fb. 7.aM.aa a.I4 .r ir. Miu-on/ I( Nt 1fWrw1 N. Y. C..ta'.I t.t(.*. I t I" "11.1 mother, Mrs\ 11. C. l Richard. -- ---- -- -- 'FOR 8.\LJ--Hrkk; store building on
1 I" iiti-nant Colonel! Rloxhum Ward ON,: ('K\r; A \MIIII Fact .;'\l1J ISUI:; :. i Call street, next dour to Powell'si Lawtey Fla.
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>I. & hmIn from uVt'rSl'ldut TASII IN AIWAM'K! corner store. See Mrs. J. C. Carter,
returned
\ en > .\h. .rh..m..III. 'n ..rt'd Illlrirr. thin htatl i
,.. .. I _" ,J I and I 1.1 now stationed at tamp] Moado.Maryland. Burnt be paid ill ad........ :No, ..d.I..n.n'l. I! Stnrko. 12-27-Gl
: bar< (ui.. Bt.rrb.n. ,.rerhird (nr I.-.. limn 5rrnl
A''an' '' C.u.' 11 has: t ,itiM-td! tin L'tversitv AVOOOL.VWN I'AKK U. : : .. For I".'....... .\ ID-word nil>rrll>enirnltn
((ol..rtIcl.'od: of the S. Navy.
I KKUilAN HARES: -Kniso Belgian | -- ---
or Fluriilji .it 'i'iiiini'-villi-; \ *- nurrtivn Mill hrs rrntvi if for mur
'I was a 'guest. Sunday of his uncle! and I'l.tn' nor intrition will be" i-harvi-il tor at 1 hares nail l tho butcher Mil.-. .
__ __ sayo ===
n Woodlawn Park Jan. I 17. -Jlt: ) -! rh. 1 ,. ;: 'r; -
aunt 11 Ir. and Mrs\ : A. M. lllnncltarclit' nt a uil. Nulbinit charged. Fine lot of rabbits now ro.ulv. I I'
Cut'i, i-init hrradnl ri>lln, fre'h every .1 S. :-'llIa"'; : and 1 O. J. Phillips were -- --.--..-.'-- young
Lawtey.Frunds : --cr-- i''t't' I
Come and them. Jotcjih
wo
,1|ii. ,it tie :Model( Bilk -r} Iou int..s v iMtors to Sturku Saturd.iy. here of Harry Pinkston are FOU SALE;: liMn-lt '
Brooklyn, Fin.
_. l1luIIII'Y Kttu: Kitq,' of Jacksonville I
--- ; home
,glad: to know he has arrived COTTONI
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1 17 is hi're this weuk thu guest of from France. Mr. PinkntonV home i is S.1LE-One 1--
25 cent Floor Matting L pjir, :.Mr.; and :Airs, .1 K.: Kite. Drooker.Sergt." FOIJ Ford roadster! in the FOR RK? ut of bu
condition. Can
lu--t boughtchonp.
1.2 cents per yard at Stump'sSaturday 1'. l. U'l1-\ : !!! of Jacksonville, : to I -
Morgan Darby expects receive ] tfee Sam 1 Rosenberg, Starke, I
here with his FOR: HI NT- Neat (five room cottage
spc'nl Sunday family. in
and return home I
and Monday.Mr a discharge/ Fla. 1-17-tf. HOLDING
;Murcs: I'.i'uwn:, nC Lawtey, was a a few days after more thnn a year's 'I Cherry street. Mrs. Win Edwards: i
--- --- si';tar hero :Monday. Sturjee 1-I 7.2t. I
and, 1I1t.!!. Louis H. Hill, of Lu\v- :.. ,i'b. :Maggie Urownin: returned, service in the aero department of' the I 1'012 A I.1'A llrl\gt', completely INSURE WITH

tey, were visitors to StarkeVednes hoo.; :Hntuiihiy:, after spending: sev- army Pvt. Erahtus Crumpton of the Lulu I t..qlli'I'[ for all kinds of automnbdt LOST( :

duy. i'1'nl I iluj'8 with relatives! in the van-I'' section, has been heard from, since the I I repwh!' work. Sam Rosenti'iStltrke. : : J. Davis & Co.
| drrliilt section. war ended. He had( been prisonerin 117tr.. 110--I ] -Little buy II--';' muli\ yours i| R
Swell line of Men's Dress' I :\"-.. Frank Crawford', of JackHonSilU Germany for several weeks before .--- -- tilt, ) fumped out of Held Sunday nftornnon. ''
at -. is "p'ndinlLhl, week her, the the closed I. I FOR SAI.F.--\Iy: milk row. Yoengcalf. / White "ntrcnkn, in front II"' STAKKE, FLORIDA
Shirts at wholesale! prices I j guest or; her daughter, Mrs.. T. C. SVilI Molt!\ war Jameson has returned to his I She:; w'' It fine "IIW. Storks foi-cfoi-t., Finder. pleaso" return toiI I I. .

Stump's. |1''''mDan' post of duty with Uncle Sam, after I apleniant : l 11011" It. !;:. I It. Adkiiix, Stick Rout' 2. It. '"
Starling, of Maccleniiy i is viiitiiir stay of several d.IYs with his
Mrs I.. A. Reynold, of Raleigh! ; N. : his parents, Mr. and Airs S. T. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar, :Miller, - -
Mrs. K.: I F. : ;"i iinr! Ihi- \.i i k. -.-. .-. __ .1
C., is visiting, her mother of Lake Hutler. -. .. .
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:Miss Sallie Johns spent Saturday -----.--.-----,--- .. - ...-,---- --
Johns. Percy: Rivers' \vlio has been "" 1'\111'1: -"
Mud' :Sunday i'I i l.iiwtcy the guest of, I
-- -- - --- - Miss Uncle! Sam for the past siveialmonths .
Edyth Padgett.
Closing out sale on Ladies' K'.' h: \e ,ev, 'iii cases of influenza I has, returned to his home iiLake > r 1? ,pr y w I---- -------SS-- -- - :'.>*,*" (a .," ,fII?,"' "; -r' ,rf'V i:]

and Children'sHatsat Stump'sMrs. I''and tin asles in our ronimunity. I II arable Cutler having. : "rci-riveil, an lion : ? i> % ? :. "-.i,' ;:V"iJ, ...:,
discharge.Privato /
Dewey Greene is a daily visitor to
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I 1 and informed that the Elisha Griflis who has beet
Lawtey we are
', + wll0l
M. L. Johns! bus returned homo ''Lnwtcv '1'"|, ph..n' Company will soon .stationed at Camp Green: I oaf. (Ga.; ha>- i
after n lengthy visit with her daughter I I be without a night operator. received, his discharge from the army IrI, {o t, .

in Atlanta. I Little Othma, son of Mr. and nail has returned home to his parents
I J. S. :Norman: is very ill with :Mr. and Mrs. John II. (Griflis, of the

$1.25 table linen (for 98c. at I Wedding, hells are ringing loud 1\lrs'l Evergreen section. I l't +1,1' / 5 .t, '1,y r 1 ?t lyl't'' "Irvl, ,,, ul 1,
and the results will he next 11 1t. 1
Stump's Saturday and Monday i in Sergt. Wni. A. :Moitt. of Fort Semen
notes Ga., is spending n ten day furloughin 4 a
only. tMr i Messrs. Edward and Andrew Ilil- I Stark, with his parents, Mr. and U' till r7Mj ,
liart. of Vnnderlitlt''!! were visitors out I :Mrs. A. E. Moitt. "rA't. Moitt\ thinks '
'. C.V.. I.iil.Ion. of Jacksonville, hero Tuesday. he will have several months yet of ( y 'f"L'',
came flown Wp days with friends and attend to business visitor i hero Saturday. I, Uncle Sam's army '
Dr. Biggs of Lawtey, has been out Friends of Sgt. Walter I':. I.nngfoi I Idill i; ;' ,{ $ ; l I
I i I here on professional. duty thin week. be interested to know that ho will 1 yJ tre'A

$2.25 Sheets for $1.75 at : probably he home for a few days SIIKMas
KHEK: Fl.OWEltsn \'Ef GE'r.lltl.ESEED he is expecting! anytime to be I"! .rite, ,, t r /j ,
Stumps; Saturday a id Monday I leased from military life. He like '- ( wra, lrl # Nil yYi+ l' .,u r rl f t ti'9" 4*t it

only /l1'mIirp very Imll'hlnd states that
.--- ._-- The United States Department of I he will probably;! re-enlist. at nn earlvlate. ''
Conwell. Agriculture hiv placed nt my disposal Ji1ztm '' ,' (,
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:Mrs. E. M
for free distribution a number of AU w 1row t 1 li v y n I f /
the Sgt. Knight who has boeni i
Kay :
Itul., is visiting: at \lor'lanel'l I Assorted "
of
small V'egutubleMid ,
duu"hter.Ir". r. E. pac'Liiges I ,tinned lit Camp GreenN-af: for the pa-t ; ..
Kl'iwci1 S. ed; also-a number oft with; r yi I t 't ''Iv ,
street.Stump's" of and six months, spent the weekend \ o* 1 kIl ylil 4 '.I ; t"f '
iiuiiit piiek.'WfeH anew improved his; ('1)1. 11. E. Knight Were. J 1"Il.ft , I
uncle
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--- -- 7ka'N 1M5 t
cotton 'need which it desires to have will a yl ? iv + r4IWS l 1 1'
: for Jacksonville1 and
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out all MoMiIfy \S'
store closing the farmerof Florida test and submit relatiM-- \
few visiting '
spen.I a days
detailed of results in nccorlar 1-
winter!! goods. n report before leaving for his home ut nil l
wi''h ; tl'II.tiol'.1I1'h
e n pnckoRe
------ will be accompanied by a circular giving pont. ap W r i ( r l : IX ,' 1rr
O. W .Hicks, a well known citizen" ,: full irl'rirmatioa regarding/ the variety Hurry Pinkston. who has been :i 'i .qlp m rr wa., 1 L ,,1tr'
of Hampton died a few days npro from and the department's plan for the U. S. army, \Franco, has been enjoying :
pneumonia following! attack of in- assisting in establishing it. a ten days'' furlough at hi-
fluenza.: Those wd will he- sent free to any home near Miller.\ Henry has. lots of "
person requesting same as.long as the interesting things to tell! of his i-\ s ) 'i ))1 ''r' rd" IoM l y"4t
$4.50 Heavy Blankets will supply lasts [pom-nces over there. He left Satin ?
I DUNCAN; U. KLKTCIIEK.Wi day afternoon to return to camp at. .
be sold for $3.50 at Stumps; ".hmirtori, I n.) C.1t.sxET. !Newport News, Va.
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Saturday and Monday only. i

HALL I Not or Courses but Dishes.Tbrw .
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returned home I have been the ]
Mrs .1. M. Mitchell courses seem to $ i
Tuesday from Jacksonville, where she Tomorrow will occur the second basket customary nil-nil In im-dlevul time ford
had been the guest of friends for a ball game of the .season, between state I banquet, loss cereuunilul feasts I
few days. Gainesville: High: and Starke High.: It
comprising only two and J no jirivutodinner
will take place on the home court and
will be one of the most importantones. mare (hit n iiue. Hut each coin-be 'I / 1'e' -- e ? r
Outing and yellow homespun Everybody, cordially invited to might comprlHo, from eight to a dozen j / Il' 1 a r e

20 cents at Stump's. attend. Came starts. promptly at 3:30.: different, dishes Thus at the v"iItiIngbmiquet I
Prices/ IB and 25 cents. of Henry V thireAero onlythree

W. E. Forsyth and family have moved courses, act over : from their country home west of :MRS. :MARY I.oriSA BOWDEN -. tire ini-niluned. lu the records /'f/
Lawtey to a cottage near the depot, I Irrespective! of fruits mid wla! "...--Lan.
and their children have entered the :'Ilrll.ll1ry Louisa Bowden, beloved! k Bradford County High School. wife of :Mr. K. II. Bowden,! died at the - - '
r-'niilence of h'r daughter/ Mrs. S. it.I ,, -- .r'l / /i1/ !rr i F
in boys' suits at I 110.1.1) in Brooklyn Flu., January 11, CASKETSAnd
Bargains 1919.! The remains were laid l to rest I
Stump's.Mr. in Hope (cemetery January 12th. a full line ofundertakers' THEY SHALL NOT PERISFFHow !
Her loving Christian, sympathetic
and Mrs. L. A. I nvN.! Jr., and disposition endeared her to all who I]I Supplies
Automobile llearxe. in God's name can let millions die the most hiiivous depth
little daughter Ruby, left Wednesday: had the privilege of ever coming in you
to visit his! mother nt Crnndall. The contact with her Her loss will be I Always on hand. The best ser dealt to humanity-Starvation? You cannot do it You, will not do hI!

senior !Mrs. Davis is attack ju, -t of recovering influen felt India in and England many, her other home.parts Canada of the, vice at the lowest prices.. Special America will save the orphans and hal>cs from their hunger. Will you do

from a very severe world where she resided, many years, attention to telegraph orders. your part? You could not do otherwise and he a man much less :. I

za. with and also mill"ionurip.lnd by her .large others correspondent-t. engagi-d I I Registered Embalmer American! Every penny you give goes for food and clothing {for the starv-

Closing out boys' and men'sovercoats in iod's: work in other countries, .! '- ing, helpless people of the near Ea!>t. I

and mackinaws at about She two camp years to Florida ago and, from her death'Canada i i' I I' I l [DeWITT C. JONES THE NATION'S; QUOTA $10.0M.00( ()() ) ()()() I

Stump's.After n 1 scrioim loss to this neghborhood. Siris Starke, Fla. YOUR QUOTA $-?

------- i survived hy her husband! avid mar '\ CAMPAIGN JANUARY 1219191'JAMERICAN )
being rr'ictically' free of influenza rii'd; daughter, :\Ir'. C. M. Podd" who '
for several weeks Starke has resides. in Brooklyn, Fla.. and by twisons

1few cases! njr\in. Messrs.. ..r.V.. living in India.. COMMITTEE: '
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White and A. O. Andrea are the latest -
to be attacked by the disease.. It Cotton flannel 20 cents at 1 1 FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST I

is hoped that we will! not have another rind Mon ARM .-GREECE"
:
(epidemic such as visited the town Stump's Saturday + It Helps + S7R1A-Dkz&SIA III

in the fall. Every: possible precaution day.CONTKKMM. -- 1
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should l be taken to prevent a r
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There can be no doubt
i spread ?f the disease. ; [ ; BOSllXlI WAK as to the merit of Cardui I
i SAVINGS: STAMPS the wotfa.i's tonic in J
Every day is bargain day atStumps the treatment: 01! many I I
Secretary of the Treasury Cartel troubles peculiar to I
; G';, "< t day issued the following state + women. The thousandsOf +
I I ment: women who have been "A Full"
Dr. and :Mrs. Freeman arrived home "It has been! called to my attention helped by Cardui in the I Receipt in
Wednesday afternoon from Petersburg that large numbers. of charitable organizations past 40 years'', is conclu-
Va., where the doctor ha: been stationed I, have from time to timesolicited sive proof that it is a
for several months on duty ni contributions from the peopleof I good medicine for women
a captain in the medical! corps of the the country and in their appeals'I who suffer.! It should
He is home on sick leave, for have stated that Liberty Bonds and + help you, too. +
army.
that thirty t'me'days to and he discharged hopes' at the from end the of ,I War Savings in lieu! of Stamps cash. would\ he received Take I II I Hist I; what you have. f r. r every bill "r f accou.il you fay Ly cf eclc. You tlon'l! even

service and will then! return to Starketo "These charitable people seem to nerd In make a memorandum of the payment. TIe, bank keeps the account for you.
take his medical practice. overlook the fact that as long as the
up 'United States Government is! under

of shoes for ladies the necessity of selling additional CARDUIHie Your Cash
New line amounts of its bonds, the taking of Always Balances

just arrived at Stump's.CLEAN bonds! of previous! issues by such char-
itable organizations and the consequent -

UP COTTON SALEA resale of such bonds in the open You have no trouble hunting up receipt and receipted; bill I.. Just call on the bank
market has a tendency to depress the
sale of all-the cotton stored in price and make it more difficult for Woman's Tonic K f orf your check and ycu have the evidence complete. ,

when a the Government to obtain the moneyit
Thursday
closed
buyer Starke for was Rushing! A Co.. of Savannah needs upon reasonable trim.' I Mrs. N.Tenn.E. Varner.writes ofIfixson This; bank solicits your deposits, laps! cr small! and inv tee you to pay your bill throughit.
,
Johns 13: therefore request that charitable or. .
&
bought from Griffin "J 1 was passing through Il'i the SAFE way. ,
bales owned by them and a number of the . My Back and

from their 0 customers.to 50 cents The according prices to ranged grade The Difference.A \ 1 my sides suffering were terrible indescriba and We pay 4 per ceM., on saving account, compounded quarterly. Place your Liberty I k

and the gross value of the lot was grain can no more help being a T ble. I can't tell just how Bonds and other valuables in a rafety( deposit box, cut i it small. ,
around 18000. genius than n crazy man rata help h<>. and where I hurt about
1 'log crazy. It just happens th i -lit-n all over, I think . 1
cJ( CART) OF THANKS: the irenln d.srs wluu? IKi'in>,'t"i"a, began Czrdul! and my I
I less and less
smart thing If I H uwrt : bin '''iin the pa.anspew BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
until rW3.I cured. I am e
thank all those who so i
We wish to pout -:1"I" !! >to'- 1.'n'l
I remarkably: sirens! for a
u kindly assisted entire us during family the from sicknessof the out to I,1..h!! ' ray :+: woman: 04) years if a;:e." +. I Bradford County's Financial Stronghold '
our offered I 1 do ai:1 my'1.o:3cworC.: .
influenza, alio to those' who ,I The Quinine That Does Nat Affect Tb* 1k.4 I Try Cardui, today. ESTABLISHED 1939
God richest blesi1ing
assistance. May a I .
them is the I B.esu.a of Its tonic ind l laxative .".... LAXATIVE :7 STARKE FLORIDA
be bestowed upon BROW QUININE!: CUblrt. can be takraby I ,
wish of Mr. and Mrs. P.. Burrows and aaron* :without eaumntf onrvouanena rinajnIntbibead. I ,
I E-wCROVES.ta.tut.o.Dva. 3Uu.
family. .

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PAGE SIXBradford- -When the regiment reached Cuba i it]I to the hours of railway workers, to

was brigaded with the First and Tenth) compel! railways to equip freight
I ut-F;; ; 1 1I regular cavalry, under Brigadier General I trains with air brakes, to regulate the TO
me S. U. M. Young. Very soon after working hours of women and protect
landing the Routh Riders got into a both women and, children from dan
. skirmish and some of their number 'gerous machinery, to enforce good
I were killed\ or wounded. A week later : scaffolding provisions! for workmen on
uution here. Sentiment was divided advance Santiago I buildings to provide seats for the use
out the rows it will enable the army made an on ,
NOTICE. : TO NITRATE USERSAll i Hy thinning bulbs\ to form in the latter partMarch of us to the effect of peace on the priceof and Mr. Roosevelt led his men of waitresses in hotels and restuu- THE
April. cotton. The immediate result was on a charge up Kettle Hill, the regulars I rants, to reduce the hours of labor of I
(person who intend purchasing Nitrate or early of soda as a top dressing a rather severe decline; though there charging up San Juan Hill) und 'drug store clerks, to provide for the ,
nitrate of ,soda from the Government vegetables\ is recom \M 11'a\ noticeable determination on I capturing the blockhouse on its summit registration of laborers for municipal ,
i getting; their applications' in early. mended.Growing root crops such as beets, hold l the remainder, of the crop for his men against some Spanish in to obtain un employers' liability'law '
January 25th has been designated as : und turnips should l be thoroughly higher prices, on the theory that as tJ'enchments and captured them after and the state control of employment .PUBLICI
carrots it
the latest date, on which an application cultivated und a new supply of supplies were small everywhere, some very close fighting. olHc.es. .
may be made, but it is urged that should be planted immedi would be but a question of time when After the capture of Santiago Colonel Clashed With Senator Plait I I
( possible lie !root crops the demand would arise and the price We do not believe it would be possible :
made brigadier
as turnips, Wood
applications includes beets, was a general
as many This One of the fights the Gov- d
those ately. would be secondary consideration. greatest for us to bottle and sell ONE HUNDRED
made before that date to give These root are not a and put in command of the city
crops
and carrots. ernor had with Senator Platt was over ,
Buchtapplicu-) Statistically, the following figures AND FIFTY GALLONS of No.
handling Roosevelt became brigade
in charge of however, to be planted and Colonel a '
tions ample time to check them up und'| recommended the, middle of February. indicate a supply so moderate us hardly commander. Colonel Roosevelt the appointment of a Superintendent 101 Tonic per day if it was not an effective t
later than of Insurance. Mr. Roosevelt won
j warrant the expectation of materially treatment for influenza.A .
t forward them to Washington -. to wrote an open letter, telling of the '
the fight against the strongest
The following volunteer committee ( ATROCITIES: COMMITTED : : lower prices. At the beginning wretched sanitary condition of the oppo- i
INHUMAN: sition. It then he first met Geo.
has been asked to assist farmers in of the season, August 1st, the suppliesin troops. complaining of the way they was man who works a large force of
BY TURKS W. Perkins then in the insurance bus-
filling out these applications and each I the United States were approxi were fed and cared for. That letter financial men came to our office several days
member of the committee has been mately 4,000,000 bales. Add to this Made a great stir at the time, and iness, afterward the great ago and told us he had twenty-five men t
"BullMoose"
supplied with necessary blanks: "A barrage of dead bodies so thick the new crop, including repacks and there was talk of court martialling backer of the progressive or taken with this malady in one day.
(;eo. C. White Starke. I and numerous as to turn the course! of linters, 13,000,000 bales, would givea Colonel Roosevelt, but such action was party. William Loeb, Jr., was lie immediately distributed an ample
Geo. W. Alderman. Lake Butler the Euphrates river was made by the total supply of 17,000,000 bales, so never taken and his complaint did at Governor's that time office a stenographer and him in much the supply of No. 101 Tonic among them I

1. C. Byrd, Lawtey. I I women and children at the that if the consumption of the world much good. It opened the eyes of the valuable information, regarding gave insurance and there was not a fatality in the "
bayoneted
W. II. Andrews, Jr, Raiford.Mr. was only normal, the carryover at people to many abuses and they were twentyfive.The .
: Gco. C. White, Starke, has been' hands of the Turks in Junx, according the end of the season would be materially rectified. and improper practices in the
county nitrate distributor, to the United States Consular 1 report smaller than last year. business. The Governor began to
appointed Was Strict Disciplinarian formula which this Tonic is
by
of nitrates a gather data on the subject, with the
and. will handle all remittances j, made to Ambassador Morgen- Actual Demand Colonel Roosevelt was a strict disciplinarian intention of bringing about corrective made is given to the public, so it can I :

L purchased.of the County Agent | thuu, of Turkey, which has just been What the actual demand for the sea- ,* and if there was the slightest legislation, but he was nominated for not be listed as a secret nostrum. It I
1. The absence affect the securing I of I made public through the American son will be is, of course, very doubt- wilful shirking of duty or insubordination Vice President of the United States, contains Iron, which is for the blood;
will in nn of way soda and the farmers of Committee for Relief in the Near ful. Business conditions in Europeare he punished instantly and and nothing ever was done. Quinine, which is deadly to the influenza

filtrate Urn..I ford, warty will flnd it to their j East, whose campaign to raise $'10.- not easy to survey at the present mercilessly. But he was greatly loved The case of most importance in germ and Magnesia, which thoroughly J.
time Northern France and Belgiumare the bowels. Sold through.
make liberal purchases ,, by his men, for he took u personal interest which Governor Roosevelt clashed opens
advantage to :, 000.000) for these starving people commences in a devastated condition, buildings in each one of them and was always with Senator Platt and the machine out the South by wholesale and retail ,
at this low price. on January 12th. "Men and destroyed and machinery ruinedor fair in his dealings with them. related to a matter of fundamental druggists and drug dealers. I..

\ PRODUCTION: MEETINGS: : I I I women were stripped naked, tied removd. How long it will be before In time he became their idol. governmental policy, and was the first ftBOM

FOOD together in hundreds, shot and then business can be reestablished, is at In September, 1898, the First Vol- step he ever took toward bringing his { The G. B. Williams Co.
r present uncertain. Germany and Austria the effective
interest in the greater unteer Cavalry returned to United corporations under governmental -
To stimulate into the river. i
of food. for which the worldis hurled who were formerly large Importers States and was disembarked at Mon- control. In that case he had to tl
production to the American farmer fivmeetinga "Day after day, night after night, of American cotton cannot tauk Pont, L. I. Not long afterwardit fight the democratic machine as well Quitman, Georgia
looking have been planned for next the prettiest girls were curried away, ; avail themselves of our market until was disbanded and a few days later as the republican machine, for Senator __

week in Bradford county. some times they returned in a pitiable ! the peace conference has determined ;Mr. Roosevelt was nominated for gov- : Hill and Senator Platt were equally ',i; No Worms In a Healthy Child

The dates and places of the meetings condition that told of their suf- their position and trade treaties made. eii.or of New York by the republican opposed to his action. ] All children troubled with worms have an unhealthy i I
follows: those who Russia, has been for a long time in a party. Timothy L. Woodruff was nominated I The bone of contention was the color,which Indicate poor blood and..e I,
are as Jan. 20, 10 a. m., Raiford't 'erings. Any stragglers, chaotic state, and very little definite for Lieutenant Governor. Col- ]' Franchise Tax bill, which the Governor rule there Is more or leas stomach disturbance. !
Monday,, Jan. 20, 2 p. m., Lawtey. were so old, infirm or sick that they information as to business conditions onel I Roosevelt had been warned not to 1 favored and had had introduced in :\ GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly

'' Monday Monday, Jan. 20, 7 p. m., Heilbronn could not keep up with the march, there is at present available. talk politics for publication, and when j! the Legislature. The bill finally for two the or dUenlon three weeks,and will act enrich as a General the blood Strength-Improve '

Schoolhouae. were promptly killed.. Whenever a In America the business has been a reporter: went to see him with an ed and was declared constitutional byl, entail Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
Tuesday Jan. 21, 10 a. m., Little Turkish village was reached, all the I t the sudden termination ftheewar order ,from his newspaper to interview the Supreme Court of the United throw off or dispel the worms and tha>Cblld wll! txIn I
and the cancellation of war he health. Pleasant to ra..... Wo bottleDE.ITiI
school, Worthington. him on the political situation, said: States when Mr. Roosevelt was Pres- perfect per
Springs Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2 p. m., Miller local vagabonds were allowed to prey contracts leave some doubt as to the "You know I won't talk politics for ident. I,,
schoolhouse. upon the Armenian girls. future; though there is no reason the press. I won't be interviewed on I So many signal triumphs had Mr. OF COLORED WOMAN

\ f P' There will be' an interesting prog Hundreds of orphaned children are i I why our mills should not be profit- that' subject. Personally, however, I Roosevelt won over Senator and the 11'1 ii,
ram at each meeting and it will be well wandering aimlessly alone over the ably I employed at reasonable prices, will .say to you that I am an organization republican machine that it was determined Mrs. Maryland Jane Jenkins, colored ':,
worth anyone's time to attend these skins hanging 1 Much of the uncertainty of the past man, and if I get the republican to get: him out of the Governorship who was a school teacher in Thom- ,
meetings, whether farmers or not. It desert sands. Their year was caused by the export of cot- nomination for Governor I shall consult and make him a candidate for asville, died on the 4th day of January '-to
is planned to have at least one and from their bones like rags, slowly ton, but now that the war is at an end, the leaders of my party upon Vice President, an office which Mr. at her home in the edge of town. She
possibly two women lecturers from dying of starvation and thirst. Well each day will improve the situation anything of importance that may come Roosevelt did not want. Against his was sick about eight,: months, and
,1 the Womans College at Tallahassee' at fed Americans can hardly imaginethe and we may look forward to a returnto up-particularly will I consult with opposition! Roosevelt received the took her illness calmly and was rational -
each of these' meetings and the women terrible conditions of these war : normal before many months have Thomas C. Platt." nomination at the Republican National to the last moment. She leaves i
j of Bradford county are especially urged passed, and, it is possible that before Mr. Roosevelt then proceeded to outline Convention at Philadelphia. lIe made a husband, father, two brothers and J Jone
f; to attend these meetings. wrecked people of Armenia and Syria the next crop becomes a factor in the the position he would take on an active campaign throughout the sister. She was born in the western "
All arrangements for the meetings jwho are dying and will continue to market, the business situation' willI many matters of extreme importanceif country and his ticket, McKinley anti I part of the county, near Providence
ti have been completed and the fact that die at the rate of 20,000 per month I ) such as to justify merchants and he should be elected Governor. He Roosevelt, was elected. on the 11th day of April. 1881. V
the County Agent is leaving the county unless relief is sent at once. Every I I manufacturers, again to enter the talked about the canals, about the excise (Continued Next Week) A FRIEND. k'

will not affect this program of penny of the fund to be raised by the 1 market, uninfluenced by the fear of questions, about schools, about .,

meetings in the least. I American Committee will go toward, ,, violent price changes.I reforms.in many directions, ,He gavea ,,, nITU""unuuuA. ,,,........
line conndence-and A'JD<
Let in reach of these places I interview-in IJClmmulUlWmU l llU8.J IBI I"""" =A.== uum =
turn out everyone and hear from well informed purchasing food and clothing, HS thi I LIFE SKETCH ROOSEVELT nothing whatsoever for publication. .

ai persons what the nation is doing and incidental expenses of the campaignhave His interviewer was obliged to telegraph i-

expects all the people to accomplish been !guaranteed by private subscriptions -I (Continued From Page Three) to the newspaper: "
n ,
won't talk
the coming year. in the United States. "Teddy politics.
"Dewey, Hong: Kong: Years afterward the same reporter) {I !

.' TREAT IRISH POTATO SEED ANNUAL REVIEW OF COTTON "Order the squadron, except the Mo- heard Mr. Roosevelt say to a group of !
AGAINST TUB BLACK SCAB MARKETThe nocacy, to Hong Kong. Keep full of politicians who were looking askanceat of
'lj coal. In the event of declaration of some newspaper men when Mr. Twenty Head

The and' black scabs are war with Spain your duty will be to Roosevelt was talking politics in the
common in its relation to
R, in practically every section past year i see that the Spanish si;'ladron does not most open way, talking of matters
very common have been the cotton market, has been in many heave the Asiatic coiiot and then offensive which were not for publication at the
where grown
f' time potatoes and it is hardly likely!: respects similar to 1917; the prominent I operations in the Philippine time: "
for some disappointing MulesI
free from both of features being a Islands. Keep Olympia until further "Gentlemen, if there is one man'who Horses and
I' seed ,
that potatoes values
level of exceedingly
these srabs can be secured in the potato crop, very violent high fluctuations, and I orders. Roosevelt." can be trusted and relied upon to keepa
sections of the state. Therefore, Among Mr. Leonard's friends at secret and not betray a confidence

;'i KI Or. C. I D. Sherbakoff of the experiment small exports.At of the soil that time was Leonard Wood, an army, it is a reporter. The best and most .
I station, the growers to the beginning year surgeon. In his autobiography Mr. loyal friends I have ever had have + t
lot urges of seed before plant conditions were reasonably favorable Roosevelt wrote: been newspaper men. I have always head of horses ,
treat hand 20 :
every the belt though there was have
on
The treatment consist in dipping throughout "Leonard Wood was a surgeon. Not placed implicit confidence in them and .
ing. some doubt, then, as to the sufficiency seldom, indeed, has one betrayedme. "
I t. the seed before cutting in either hawing an income, he had to earn his very
1:1000: corrosive sublimate solution for of rainfall in the Southwest for, own living. He had gone through the There is nothing I would say t to and mules for sale cash or time.
where drought had prevailed gentlemen that I would hesitateto ,
'"Q 15 minutes, or in formaldehyde ((40 a this time thecrop Harvard Medical School and had then, I you
30 gallons more than a year. At joined the army in the Southwest as I a say before these reporters"Although
cent solution, one pint to
per ) the 1917-18 season are'first class work
movement of Mr. Roosevelt had statedat these animals
of water; for two hours. bales exports, contract doctor. lie had every physical j I All
amounted to 3,5tiB,344 ; Montauk Point that he ,
To 1:1000: ) solution of corrosive moral and mental quality which) was an organization
prepare sublimate, dissolve one ounce 2,278,232 bales; visible supply of American fitted him for a soldier's life and for man he was not much liked and free of colds.
t tf of corrosive' sublimate In eight gallonsof cotton 3,420,5rt5; bales.large,The especially the exercise of command. In the inconceivably by the leaders of the republican organization stock, well broken, 'r rij
domestic demand'Continued of New York State. Mr.,
scab is wearing and harassing.
common water., especially The common on the soils very not for government needs.reasonably campaigns against the Apaches he hatserved Platt told him plainly that he did not ij Farmers will find it to their advantage
acid to check its develop The planting season was nominally as a surgeon, really! I like! him but that he was nominated
.t .tt Hufflciently good through the entire belt, andthe in of than because he was the only man available I
ment. In instances it so badly command troops, on more
( marks the' tubers many that they become unmarketable first condition report of promising the seaRon one expedition.' He was as anxious who stood u chance of election. Lem-i"" to see me before buying|
L thereby causing considerable was very encouraging us I was that if there were war we uul Eli Quigg and Benjamin R. Ode! i
si loss to the growers.' The black a crop substantially larger than for .should.. l both have our part in it. then state chairman and afterward
U several months past. During the secon,1 Governor, backed :Mr. Roosevelt and their stock. ,
t scab is due to the! fungus Rhizoctonia,, condition was "I had always felt that if there were
which attacks potato sprouts, month, this high i u serious war I wished to be in a position brought about his nomination f
often considerably young reducing the stand maintained and some improvement I to explain to my children why J II After his nomination: Roosevelt rdtii i'

and in that way, the yield of potatoes.It was shawn; but, thereafter climate I did take part in it, and not why I did made a hard and aggressive campaign
is evident, therefore, that the control conditions became very unfavorable not take part in it. Moreover, I had throughout the State, taking some of A. D. ANDREWS j jI
of the season
I ,
third report his one-time Riders" hUrpenking
of the scabs is of sufficient importance and the i very deeply felt that it was our duty "Rough on
i to to the trouble of seeds showed a very sensational determination i to free Cuba, and 1 had publicly ex tours and having Emil Cus- }
treatment. go amounting to 12.2 per cent, between" pressed this feeling, and when a man fli.i who had been a bugler in his regiment I RAIFORD FLA. '
the 25th of June and the 25th |I takes such a position he ought to be play the "assembly" at every '

VEGI-T.IIUIWE: : :- ('(a as.: of July. This was followed by a further ': willing to make his words good by I II stopping place. lie was elected by a
the succeeding months resulting of '
loss in deeds unless there is some very strong errant margin 17,000 plurality -
TIONS: in small yield) !, estimated I As Governor Mr. Roosevelt had ,
F again a very reason to the contrary. lie should pay a tt'4GfQ' -
by the agricultural department with his body." hard fight against the machine and the
At this time of the year considerable in December at 11,700,000 bales, bosses, but did not seek to antagonizethem
care should be exercised to promote of 500 pound gross weight, or 478.3net Mr.I Kooxevelt'a "Rough Riders"So : except when he believed thnt i mllJlljlml
the growth of garden vegetablesto weight. This, however is. exclusive Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. Wood be- they stood in the way of the best interests ::: ff lkmC3ltiit tlfUNMalfL) >An&ycSOR73nilYpCIONUt I iYG)4gIStIHb3CYtAZ; }

the greatest possible extent. The of linters, and would therefore, gan to try to get the chance to gu to of the people. HP did what he
hest methods, of doing this, accordingto indicate a commercial crop of possiis the front. Congress hud authorizedthe thought should be done regardless! : of E. 0: PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY f
C. M 1. McQunrric, state agent, ex- particularly disappointing because! raising of three national volun- whether: the big men of his party went
tension division, University of Florida, the area planted, was unusually large, teer regiments wholly apart from the leased or not. In the majority of TuckHoiiville., Florida
Is to keep the soil well stirred, especially bly 13.000,000 bales. This showing f is, state contingents. General R. A? Al- cases he won the fights. but sometimes SuppliesFor
after heavy ruins, as these rains timated by the government at 37,- ger. Secretary of War, took an interestin was defeated. Fertilizers Insecticide's! Sprayers Poultry

-.' tend to pool I the soil to a large degree. 073.000: ) acres which compared with an the two men, and finally brought Against the wishes of Senator Platt thirty year we have been manufacturing fertilizers in this Sare..we have satisfied'cut*
Iy! free use of the rake and hoe immediately acreage of :34tiOO,000, the previousyear. about the appointment of :Mr. Wood Mr. Roosevelt appointed Colonel Partridge lomers in every county in Florida. I
after a ruin the sod temperature colonel of the First United Stutes
: us :
a veteran of the civil war Superintendent For I.aleit Price Li.(. Prime alwara in fine with Qaalitf
t which is n very important volunteer cavalry, and of :Mr. Roosevelt The Writ.
of Public Works.
Visible SupplyAt
t factor in winter vegetable: production, as lieutenant' colonel. That regiment --
the end of the cotton season, appointment showed Mr. Platt that '
i con be maintained. coon became known as the RoughRiders : ,
Where plant beds are in evidence July 31st, the visible supply was I,- and, later as "Roosevelt's the Governor was determined! to have
lettuce, cabbage and other plants for 932,000: bales, the commercial cropfor Rough Riders," although in reality, : hit! own way and. would appoint men
pl transplanting should. be, well taken 1917.18 season was placed at 11- it was always Colonel Wood's! regi- of his own choosing instead of those" I I Ii

t care of and the( plants> net out ns fast !Ull.H'.ti! bales, the spinners' takings: ment. Colonel Wood raised the regiment chosen for him by the "machine ; Stalk Cutters )
as they are available. In this conneetion by American mills. 7,314,167 bales, procured' the officers, selected He brought about the re-enactment
however' it is not advisable to and exports. 4,488,245!! bales. Sun Antonio, Texas, as the gathering of the Civil Service law, which had
){ use any plants that arc too old. In the On the first business day of theyear place and attended to all the necessary been repealed under his predecessor.
case of cabbage and lettuce if adverse' December contracts on the NewYork details Lieutenant Colonel Roosevelt He also successfully urged mass of' i :

I *. weather conditions should occur after Cotton Exchange, representing remained in Washington as Assistant I labor legislation, including the enactment $35.00 I
transplanting they might run to seed the crop now being marketed, was Secretary of the Navy for' of laws to increase the number
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I. instead of heading. Therefore it ill n quoted at 28 cents. From that time some time after he joined the regiment '- of factory inspectors, to create a tenement I '
good plan to always keep making new on the tendency was constantly upward and Washington did good house Commission, to regulateand
sowings of seed. and by September the high work in obtaining transports and get improve sweatshop labor, to make: I
Seeds sown at this time of the year prices of the season' were established ting the navy into as efficient shape the: eight hour and prevailing rate of Only have three at this every \
should he cabbage, cnllnrJs, eggplant, On t the 3rd of that month the July) as possible wages law effective, to insure the genuine
t and tomatoes. Seed of these sown now option, which represents the last ofthis When Lieutenant' Colonel Roosevelt enforcement of the act relating

J will be ready, for transplanting In the crop, was quoted at 35.49. Between finally Joined the regiment at San An- low price---worth $45.00I !
I, early spring when the weather beginswarming the low and the high price, aswell tonio, Colonel Wood set him to drillingthe '
up.Cauliflower. as the period following September men' Mr. Roosevelt had plenty to
'* plants should be set out 3rd the price changes were attimes learn, but he went at the work with NOTICEThe Buy before they are gone
', immediately. This vegetable Is rather sensational characteristic energy and accomplished -

slow in growth and if transplanting!' it i During the there was constant; much. .
year
delayed it may run the crop into the agitation both for and against the :Mr. Roosevelt had served three very best gradeof I
w warm weather of April or May when of price by the gov years in the New York National Guard
establishment a and the
E the quality of the product will\ not be ernment.: The general sentiment inthe i and, had become a captain. That experience pinder seed DeWIIT C. JONES j J
high standard as we would like was was invaluable to him when
of as South, as well as in congress, price is right at J
to have. such a policy, and the onlyoRiclal he joined the Rough Rider' regiment,
This Is a good time of the year ThePrizetaker for against action taken was the referen for it enabled him to drill the men she H. L. FOWLER'SLake Starke Florida 1 f 1 1i 1 1.t
onion seed. have done otherwise.'
planting Spanish to the made for the account > could not : ,
ce purchases
is one of the best varie- of the government.' The Buddl'nrollapse '. Some of the other officers had servedin Butler, Fla.
ties of this kind of onion. If the land of the enemy in Europe, followed > the National Guard and others !In .t

i t Is well prepared and the seed sown in ) by the signing of an armistice, the regular army, and those men were =
( I drills about eighteen Inches apart early.we created a rather doubtful market sitL of the utmost benefit to the regiment. ,
can expect bunch onions very





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FRIDAY. JANUARY 17.' 1919. BRADFORD_COUNTY TKLEGRAPII._: STARKE._FLORIDA I'AGE SEVEN: : ;

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I (.KNEKAL SCHOOL FUND 1') w. Moor, IoridentI, I _-___b____. 5.70 I .btirse aa a.lminlntrator of
C. \. knight clerical work ____________ $ 8.00I N. II. Jull, In.I..nta'' 1 _____ ___.___ OS l'' the .. of W. H

I K R Pnpiwll Incldentala' __n__________ 7.77 N. lIt. Iu\) .. IS -_. __--____________-- 11.20 n..II. d..r.\ol Auitunt. 10IH.J .
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E1; News Notes Of The I f:. II I'lntpell" anton------------------- 12500 1.I..h 111hnl t..hln" S "- __n_ 20.00 I.. UNUKKIIIU,.
County TIt. I'lnholaler, nil acrvlreMa __ __._ 4.111)<> I 20.00 .
0 ? --- -- 8.11-8m. AOmlnUtnttor.'
Fert. ('0, _______________--_ _"__ 'J.!! I i'nllie, :,:rnkd"d.l, - :::::: =:=: 20 01) -- -- -
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S S l uv.1mir leachtnv 15615.tIflI.tt ( J C'. _ ._ --
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NOTICE
.I, '. Mntthewc do .............___ 8760 !".,. ,. 101'1"11. ___ 0._ __' _ __ 2non I 'l I'MITOIts AM) (CREDITOR?
I IVIUDttnlinii 1 do _______ ._*____ -_ 87.110',' IV I.. .kln.. .._. __ All itcnutnn IndfMed In 'tho ratntr of .'InhnI
Jln..8 n.
FIVE MILE parted fin their homes, expressingihiniselM I Outer Scntmi'l CVcil RnbornM.imtKt'r \ c..., ilo _______ __.________ $1.61) Shi I.Thomos t.'nrhln" 17.0i I I Cul..r, 1.1' of llarlford.! ..nn..U.I, ,. nnd for

I ,- as ha\ ing enjoyed the oci.iion. I : Annie KilwuriN I(1'111. Ilii'lllnc d.l __ ______________ 65.00 ,|I i i.orn AuI.ron, :'I,, 11-_ :.:_=: : l )'On I I nw-rly, .r llrmlford County.,.. Klorldit, divi.. .
I'IMMiK .Ian; lO.-John Shuw of I'h ..klnn. IIr. ( '..nvfootThi law dii _._---__--........_ 58.00 $11..kh.n.I II. .__ ___ __ 10.no in r i ""'."-.1 I. pay I heir. aald ,..11.I | forthwith) I'
N.II.
.__ ___. ___________ 65.00 | nml nil i"17lIlIS claim' ,.' ..
I wi-athi the iiHt.illiitum nntlii:' Splnk, do -n ... .1 110 U ____ __ 2.75 h.lno SOot .10 ejt-
Guil) II E B""n11" business visitor : IWIIlg1'01.1 \ M..C.r..k h ,
rOI'I. \\ nct'iit to thineirtion. a lot li< "hull .
ita visitor ill? .
Mo.? .1 do ........ 6500Ulite .__._ __ __ Ih. Hume duly I
t In Tampa last! week.George | wn poitponi until saturday, .III'I': \:: !---_--_--------:::-.:::: 65(10llnmli : J"hv. 1.1".1." 0" 1. .. _n_ __ ____ _____ 25.00 U.nO I i with I I the tiltI'I't.iolI i ,iiilminUtrntor.th"ltol.l.. .

P. 1'. I Deldf was tin npprc'oiiiteil culler Similar, of 1'rcnidence, nt- I'l'ln-unry 1st which will lip public.'lhe . do _________n_____ __ 461)0') ': lO'ol".!M.OI..I,.. do 27- . _ h. .n no Imrn year .il.from ilntilirtvof.. or they will b forever

at the.1 home of trmlf'd the at the home of meet jogs have 1 been changed toonri' St h"I'| 'Ilintnna do _,___...........___. 87(10( I'irrlpii I" .__. _ _ u nn
\Viky Williams, party given n.hv d. Thl 11.c. loiter I II. .
on ., ..__ 11HKHICIIAHI
l.ma do ___ _. .. .. 4H 8HNilli I
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"I.n -- ? .1. d" 18 15.75
Tueiday.iF :Mr IIlId11': ''. J. 1 L. Brown Friday e\en- u mouth instead of twit'o. ,,<"lriekl.nd, ilo ____ _........... 4H.88I I ItI M."n,Ir I.,', ,"n.h..hl? __ . u ____ 5,04)) ) 1.\IR1'.

Nathan Cininey who has bi'c'n visit- ing. ---- .1 I,link. 11.ln. ilo _--0._._.__........ 4161Iliilui It. ... Inclh-ntiil 1 h._ .__. 8.8n Admfnlnlratitr, nf .relate of CiiKir. de.
eoolI.
/ ing his Bister ;Mrs. Scott Ilowelt, is! (arl Brown who is attending! .school) nl 151 Io.:.. (; .I. ., ............ 7500.Mra .1. (. 1.,1.M..tn". S _h . .u __ .9R _,_ __ 1 12.15St.NOIICI.7 .
back at five Mile at Lake Butlt'rent the week-end I C l or..I--.i-l; ----- ------- 88:001? I .1. .'. r"u ,in 0. __ ____ _______. _._ H.MI I ; : -
aeuin.B. / Htlye: Spirra fl k, ........._ 8500 : 4' Fllw1)r.Is 1'hln"IO __ __ _ In.nn OF PCI 1C \ ; Volt TXK I>
F. (;iami-y and Jail. Mann were with his pllrl'nt.11': and !Mrs. J. L. Risiiifr, Jan. 17.- 1i8S Klmn: Johnson Ituliv? liolti.nil ilo ___ .___.......... .2.4
at the Deklo water mill last Mond.iy.: Brown. xisitrt.1' Olive Rue Jackson Saturday Vi'laln KmnchiT do -...............__ : i 111 2' , Iel.t.nlah' 4 .._ H 84)vn ,I \s KIOUIllV
after :Mr. and Mrs. J. J. of C. I. Staff ut' _____-__________ 85 00 | I.. 1'nr.. janitor 28------------ 12 5') Notice In ....h. itlvi-n that W M .
They were their usual supply of Bielling Providence and : \Valnwrllllit.
night SuniLiy.Robert ___ .
A I' ..II do _ _......__ 80 (III | V. llIvhlIIrn, Inuitt'ninIts e8 ___ ___ 400t ). purehaiier? Itt Tax (Vrtlflrnto No
SI).
grIst and mealhich Mr. Dekle turns visited ,telatives here Sunday. Nonnnn came down from 1".01., MeOu.li-r do __ >--__..... .. 85 00'I ,. r'n _ 8 I ilnled the 41' h dnv of S"l'iCfllitt'C. A. I)
''k out in first :\\Jr.. mid Mrs. William do .__.__ ............ ,'n.hlnl I. n i | 1018
class shaptf. Friday, Sat- Thompson of Jacksonville Frul.iy tiiirht jiinl visited N.I..tn Minor -- 1160II .1" R".riler .1. . __ .._ In hits filed pititl certlllrnte I in nw ( nnd haamnde
uiclay and :Monday :Mr. Dckle I is, on the visited the littter's brother, I D. L. Cly- his parE'nh11': nml :\11'8. J. E. Xorniiin I ( Kdwanlc: do _________.___.._____ u. (n'' '...,h. Th.m". .It. __ __ In.on appllrntiitn; for laO dud I I.oII.|I.u. In Itccordntii'i -
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1 I dn 1000) .
nit last l.i. 1"\1. RtsrIle i H.I (.o. lnrii'nlI H _ MQ.I..v with) law Snld ',>rliltciiti) mhrareathe
job serving his customers with their week. returning :Sutitlay.Mrs. :; Shiivv dct? ._-.___............. 8500Mamie Mu""lv I'n. ._______ ___ :M propitty nlttintcHl i ,
favorite hrnml, of meal and gnat. !Miss. Lottie Stokes, assistant teacher : :M.\ J. Fonts and daughter Mrs. TlnholKUr .do ______..._-...- 6087 .') ,. Itoh' "I'ltnl" Ihrbl d. 1% .. ___ ___ __ : .., r.lo'n... .o..tv.1..110.,1, I lorldn. towltSituthueet n

I Many people come <\SUite a distance to of the :Miller school, spent Saturday A. L. JII'kllon.'i14lh.1 Knifurd Tues I'liniillarrlt, dii __ __ ___ _......._ 416( "1"n..1 C.onk '.n ________ \.M. c)imrtir of Sclh.oo.l 4'' ""',.
I this mill \because of their preference anil Sunday with her patents Mr. and Mra. It Itnrren do ___n_________ 7. I rln' .1.? ,... e8 __ __ II Ill) S.'.. 1, Tn, 6. S II. K i I': 40 .,..'. ,
thln"
$ .._____... __ _... 1h" .
Nitn llulio dii
? day.Mr. __ n"l H I' % .__ _ ____ ._ The aald Innd htlnic a.ai>ai.rd at I'h.I, dntt of
? for the wat\'r- round article. :Mrs.\ 1 I. M. stokes of Lake Rutler.Misses fam- . ____ ___ _. .. 0. 12.n
and MrB. J. E.: .Tohnsnn and MmmlH 1"" do u _ 4"l II I __ __ .___ 10.00 tlie iMHllanee nf .".h ...rtl'I..t.' In thi' of
The- new schedule lid' not catch thi- Thelma nnd :Maude% Blair and ily visited :Mr. and :Mrs. J. J. Crosby K. Mm- .I.r.h. do ___ __._.________n .'. M, lI.'IInn.y\n"th"d.. __ _ __ 8.no( Unknown. (mu'.. tmlil, certillcntit .", .m.I lti< rvdfeim .

busy housewives of Five !Mile for they Thelina Knight, of Lake Butler attendi Saturday night and Sunday.Mrs. l.ollli' s.k., .1., .. .____._____.-__ 'IR: | I' ,( .tto,. 2 _ ._ M. .d nrmrdlntr to lose tax ,1".0 will indueIhirfon
I"mini, ,' M.I? '. Mnrtm do ___......... $7.60 .? 1".I'nt..l. I _ I.on'llln" nn the UOth day. of (
.t are enrly risers, as all farmers' wives the party nt11': und Mrs. J. L. : M. J. Fouts has been skit for r.lylhillinmi, do ____..........____ 10.101) ,,II N'mll' ., __ __ __ ____-.- no \Mlni>BH my oirifiliil .I.nnlu.r.Inn..rv.ant ,Illl,. thl.I. ).

fchould be.Many Blown, I'riilay night.W. the past few days.M. It. A C.rtin -............ l. I? lion.?, I' "_ u_ ._ ._._ I the lAth day of IVremlH-r. A. D. inlNW '
I : of our farmer are planning :\1. Thomas of Uaiford was a J. Alvarez killed seven iiioo hog KM: U ..I.d-::::::..........---: 6500 1,1..1< C., 'ohln.I.nn Ii _ nn 'r. WFKkl.Si : .
11'lo"
to'put in an acre or more of rice thu lecentisitor in this community.Furninn Tuesday.\ ,\.. .Niininii *!.__ __...__.._u_ 6600. ? ..nnl.. ,. ,, ..",h..t t ._ _ ___ :1.22 ( 'nil Clirk CI..I Court.Hrnilford .
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Ilnrnei b--------------------- 115 75 I 1 .__ __ __ ___ t.eo .
year as the boll weevil will pr"vl'ntthem Stokes of Jacksonville, A Sunday .school has been rI'Rniz- .1 I K Crinn dn -- . .............. ; 8.0"? I' .Inn."n\.II".nn .1..1.. -- __ ___ __u_._.n.___ a 115I lly' It. A.. .WEHK'I..hl"

I from growing cotton. That's pent the week-end with his parents ed and all are invited to attend.A. Ci-rtrudi' ,\I.n do .______.____._ 17.11) ;, .I n \.u'.n .1" I -- ____u .______ a HI I II 12-20-Bt. 1 IVpuly, Clerk.STFIfH .

the thing to do, brother, plant plenty :Mr. and :Mrs., N. II. Stokes returning Jackson made business/ trip Mntllf Sliiliiliy do -. ..__....__0 I II.n .1" R . __ _._____ t.20 - -
u S. Hilly dn ___ _ _____ fit onI.
.n n I till _ _
120
i14 of food crops and hog crops, so you to Jacksonville :Suniay.fllHlICER; to( Kaiford Saturday. I.. K: Innriy .lo l ...__ ___ O.noS ) I 1 I \I..n\.,tlpII .1. 7 --------------2)1 n ) /M \ SAtE

can live at home, thereby living e>--, Odna Johnson spent Saturday night I' Mill,.r dn _. _____________ IJOO? I I A.Inrnn .1. I 0 _ _______ 120 Notice I. .hereby given that untlir anti by

? cheaper healthier and lonjrer.! ) ) I tind Sunday with Enoch and Hubeit C. K Hilly do, _..___ _________..... 80.01 .1.1.I.m..n? "n _._u..n._ ________ 1 eot virtue of I Final I',.... mtide anti rendered
f/V Ruby I'arrlHh ilo -.-____n-____--_ 4(1( HI' I IMm fl A h..n", .1"I \2 __ .___ ___. I.20 I".ml.... 1141?,. A. D 101 .. by the) .Indue? of
the
According to
of
signs the "old Kelly. .I I.. 1'ndi-rhill' do _____________ 41).75 I .1| 0 .In __._ ___ n._____ 227 the Circuit Court nf the Nth Judicial) Circuit
twelve days" we are due to have a Brooker, Jan. 17-Messrs. A. A. Ha- E. J. Lewis and son, II. II. Lewis, A. t) .','nkl". ,iln __ _-___.____ 1111.51Sirh I .,. P .I.m.nn. .. l I 1 __._____u. __ I.2'" itf FloiidH. In nml for Itrndfuril (..unty. In
good crop Yl'lIr.P. zen and J. K.: Clemons made a business niadi' u husines strip to Kuiford. .linkln do _________...______ 8) All n A.ln'.?,"n.. ...il I _hn_ __u_ 1.11 ehaneery aittinir. In favor of felah. .'. Godwin.
1'. Dekle had .,.lonnKillir .lt, . ..__._--...__ HOMlimle I .1. 13. ,\.Iom."n I 1 _. .____ I'om.h.ln.nt., ..".Ino R..t Andrew, .nd
a nice of trip to Starke last \ of Stnrke .n.
oranges afternoon j' Mr. and :Mrs hhU
crop Thursday Campbell tn
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1'd.I.? do? n 21 (Id I .1 l" _.________.____ I' S Cohiiin t.. .I."n. bla wl., de
j on his farm this year most of and two children, Rosa and Bertha I .1. E. .1. 7 60 I I 1. ,IIiamoon I..n.l.. 21 IO._ .. _.__ ____ S In fendanta. the tinderalirned will, offer .. .

which he sold at a fair price. i| Mr. and I Mrs. W. B. Baxter of Alachtia visited their daiiKhter !Miss Maurice Sr. ll>nuni : 45.10 .1.; I" iS"Ittnin i _u__ _____ 1 "I) ?iH-fore the court hoiue ".or at 8ti rke, Bradford .

r Late news from Mrs. E. L. Owsley, spent the week-end here with ; Lewis, Sunday. Janle Supp, do : : :: 85) 00 I> .1 t P .I..n 0.. .,II _ ._.. __ __ ) county. Florida, between the leiral houraitf
of Richmond II (' 1:donrd* l 60.00 I ,I Iliainjt 1). Ill 18 .__ _____. 2.1 sale on /Monday the SrI day of February,
Va., ( nee Miss lieile: \ relatives. Mrs. A. J. Jackson is on the sick ) I...,.* d.i 40 Cli1, .1 P..tum..n.I.m..n I .28 2_________ ___. 120J A. P HMD, to the. hllhnat, and heat bidder for

WI Proctor) says they are havirig the (i. I!. Col.son made a business trip list this \vetk.' /elma Jone* do 80 00 J JI' n .''Hm..n 0..1.i ___ n_.h__ ._._ 2 ItS ...h. the foltowlnic diveriheil. lamui, aittlated/

t coldest weather on record.L. to Starke Monday. J. S. Jackson made a business trip to M Chn".,-, 4600V .1 1). Ahnonn ,I. 0 21___ ._--_--. __ ._ _ 120 In llniilf.trd County. Florida to-wlt
O. Johnson called at the Dekle Dr. J. Bishop of madea Raiford (title rtoitrr* .I 8600Mlldrvd .: S. Metihew, printing 1 ___ __. It 110F. Mouth nlml( "jV nf the South. Half I ( H)
,' Gainesville Friilay. Cronhy 78 00 Mtlh.w, 2 ___ _____._ sno .fTt. ( Section thirty Silo : Also
mill one day this week with a load of professional call here Wednesday. !Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jackson were I.. I.. 11.,' ? BO no s::. 1 MIlhpws, d. _u .. Half (C") of the. North Rant. Quarter

corn, velvet beans and cotton 8I'eto\ The little infant of Mr. and Mrs. W. business visitors to Stnrke Tuesday.A. I.. H .',I.h 40.00 pi: 1 d. I nuu lnn of the Northi'ajit quarter ( i-4) of S-

have crushed for cow feed. Crews 1 is> back from the hospital and L. Jackson left last Sunday afternoon ,*. T..r 4000l ) F.: =: =,::: ,::j l;: I) :::::::::::::::: : 00F. I finn 1.hl.t.n. (81)) : Also the floutheant. Q. .
I IF. ti-r ((1-41 I of the Northraat Quarter ((1-4)), 1 lie
40 110"I .
tcn
Mr. Dekle makes a specialty of this! is at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. G. B. for Jacksonville to secure a Kate .I"h".n"DituulnM,, ,5----------------------? 4000Terle : : Mnllh.545: .I:.1., II 1 _:-----------------1:::::::::::::: 00E 00 I'Ten ((10> Ace,. In tha Northeast Corner In

kind of work as well as cleaning rice. Colson. At this> writing' it is still very position for this year, as he has rented Smith 86 OiK ? It. Mlth.ws, do S - . .. Section Thirty-one (1811 I All In Township' Six
Messrs. J. D. und Wilbur Rimes sick. Their many friends! wish it an his farm to his brother K. B. Jackson (' Wiirren 87 50Ailn r; it Mtth.w,, .in'I :: : : : gg lA). Itanue Twenty ) Riut. ..I land Ixlotrnnd

sons of Mr. T. II Rimes visited Five early .. who has moved thin R. IT..li-r 000leMide .7 R Mtlh.w, . I __ _ _ I n lying Fast: of Hraneh ."nnln. ..t.a
Mile recovery.The to place. Thftmn* I 6000llrndford l'7 it Mlliw) .1.. 12\__ _. __._ Irish K Oodwln and 1. W ,.. Jr.,
r Tuesday. infant of Mrs. J. Nipper who :Mr.\ and Mrs. Frank Morgan and little ? fit tin F 1 MUl",.. U _ f on 'rontaininu Keveaty ((70)) Aerea. more or leaa.

Dewey Dukes was a caller at the has been) very sick, is on the convalescent daughter Gladys of the Wateroak Oulirlcv) *!' 'I.lv 75 M 18Onlftti : Mulh"'H .1 0.1 ..___ f 00'F ', J. I.. I'KKK.

-t home of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle on list. Hection, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. !M. ) M.-e.p' MO ]: M.lh.." .It. I . _u. _. .111? A. /. AOKINS.Citiniilainnnt. 8..1.1 Maeter.
I. ., _
': Itl 18 500
Monday afternoon. r, in "ulh.wo n.
W. S. Nabh made a business trip to Crosby l Sunday afternoon. n...1. -7n n .: s Mtllhrws. .1.. 17 _ _. . S nil '. Solicitor 12-27-flt.

Jesse Dukes, son of P. O. Dukes of Worthington Saturday afternoon. ---. I l\a *Wl..fn.'t-nntby i Ill Oil 'I MflttttPWN fill l IHMalthrwa . __ - f nnt -- -

Dukes, visited Five Mile recently. Eugene Surrrncy of Jacksonville TE.\(') EHiASS'J.TIO'II; : 5 finV, .ICln'v) i S :: :do l:: II) .---- - oo.mm1 I OHIIKK Volt PUBLICATION
Ino
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Uncle Jimmie Thompson caller *' ,, t 1 Walthewa .1. 20 - In
was of
i Circuit Cniirt. Slate
a spent part lust week here with rel T I. of Fliiruln ft.
: Miitihi.w. d ._ _ F1"hh'.1.nlrl.1
.. ,. 21 it on .
{ at the home of P. 1' Dekle Satur- atives. .'mf )810 Clrculr. llrmlford County. In
The of the Mntthnw, d.. HI .
next meeting County .
i F n.".|" hoard airvlcn"_ 10 in J 301 .
day morning. Notwithstanding the Thl'rl'OM a typographical error in" Teachers Association will be held in ttr..l'.-,. Co,Hunt! ben _._ n_ loon on 'K: 1. Mntthi'W* d I. 21 __ .._ n" n no t.. lwla.Conilnlnant. .7
bitter cold Uncle Jimmie was as jovial last week's Brooker items in which Lake 7, IT Irnrhlnv .. .n IdOflfl F J S "..I..I..I.. i _.___u__.___ 8 Ill) I | .
Butler 25th. Following - -- -
on January -
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1n' I : i a oo
r usual. Mr. JT'II Ti'rry do : :: <1 1 -
70
as v. I
was stated that !Mr Han lost nice -
a i is the program arranged for the 'K M.ilthiwii do Pit __ _ 1)) fIll
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r d.i _ .. _ 70 ft" I Sarah Lewie
[ Mrs. P. P. Pekle and sons, :Marcus house. It should have rend "horse." meeting: : : Wlllerillworlh? do ____ 7n OJ 'I l r: H M.lh,.. do 27 ._ __. ____ II onn Defendant .2

Kirke and Julian, were shopping in Mr. and Mrs. Alvin !McKinney of Invocation-Ucv. S. I. Hemlrix. MirI.I.,I.n-on"" _nu___u__ __ 8n J Jv K: '4. Mntlhrw* do I 8H .._.. h_' __ oo I apitiarinic, by affidavit, aitpendeil to the 7.
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Worthington lastweek.The Louise spent Sunday here, the guestsof Lesson Assignment-Prof. J. T. ..I. ..,.I... ,I. _. ) 0' F,S M.lh..29, ., .1 oo tlli'd In the iilntve .t..1 .u.. that Sarah. 1,'
.l*..-l, _.. n Th.mu. t.rhln. I 18llrad'.trd 181? | I? l .
hum of the saw and of relatives. .. nt.ntnn II I. .n. - 28 n ,' 1..1. fondant therein' named la a real-
rang .
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Barnes. iitnn \ 86 00
11'r .I A.rmn| ,do ____ 50 ,dint of It, .State of Florida ami she I. a
the axe is heard daily in our woods. !Mr and Mrs. Gilbert, of Monticello, How to Study-.Mrs. R. II. Terry.Elements .i T '1..1.x dit ._u _.__ . 2? o 80 ", Ille Mlrh'kliiii.l. i.'nI'lll15, | I IX __ u_ ''lnn) rtHldint of."I..h". ...nt.. Florida .nd tx nciala .

John Dix is cutting cord wood and Mr.I were prominent visitors here on Mon. : of a Good Hccitntion Mt- r.'| do __ __.__... _- HBO \nr Andt ni.tn, dit IM _n'u. _ I"n h..1 no that auhpiMna, cannot. be eerved -
Mol l 26 in oo
Dennis llrpo is' getting out ties. day. Mr. Gilbert selling I "."h.w. ....__ .. t nn I. uititn h.. over the awe of yeara. I
seed I..nl..n.
was and Prof.. nlnl..1 __.._ _ _ _
E. C. Warren. ) do SI 1000)
l >< ___ VI".I. Th.n..H h It la therefor ordered that .
Johnson nittv| ,__ _ tn &
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George is I..h'nl 0 ._ __ ._ .
making for I' I. _
preparations contracting watermelons. Letter and Essay WritingMissEmilie . .,1*. A ndi>ron do ....... 10 ao M..r.i. 8 IceD ilifi>ndnnt tie and I. hereby required to appear I

j for the erection of a comfortable L. R. Godwin and family spent Sun- Spink. I Crewudn _...._un..._-___n.h. soon \11.. Murkr. do 4 ._ _ _, no (MIno i I. the bi of .aomplalnt' filed In aald cauaa on

bungalow on his property southwest ofDekle' day at the home of I. W. Pinholster How to Make School Life More Attractive I rinene* do _. _....... liono I II"rkhnn 25.itcn .1. 26tinrili . _ 811 011'no i in or ,.,. Monday the Aril day, of t..ru.r. A.
I) ..
_ I 1IHII. otherwliie the bill
mill. Sunday.Mr. . .I""n uu . '80 :. ; .1"K.lnn.
We are pleased to record that Mrs. and Mrs. E. J. Ward --Miss Jeffries. Th.1mn nallev ,In ..-._. __ .on, !Kate .lohnon, .. ilo tin . __ _._ :8(1 no 00 .1 lie taken. aa .0nr..1 .11 defendant.It .
Sat.
spent Address-Dr. Cox. r pr.H. .K. . _ 3000ffonnle rl."I. - i Ii. further ordered Its tthia '' be .b

Tom Cason is improving, after a complicated urday at the home of P. S. Colson. S. S. DOWLING I "..d.I.h do .-- -_------- _ 4 no II II I I I..nla) I Pinch ,0. _ .._ _.uu. 20 no ., one a week for five ftonneeullva wek.
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attack result of the flu. Dr. S. V. Andreu and family were visitors E. R. POPPELL. ".1.l "t. ..n'h..o _.._ n I 1 I T..n Co llaok loan 26 ... _. 16600 I I In the 'llradford' County Teli'franh. newiipa-
_. _. I..d.1 puhllnhed In maid and at te.Thla .
p. _... ( per eounty
Mann, of Lake Butler is the physician near New River Sunday ,. ." d. P80 I ,' ) teaching 8 ... 200 ....
JEANNETTE MATTHEWS at ---- 28ril IHIH
Th mna do __......_ ,.1 : 'h, l .I ._ .. . : : v..m. '
in do 2000
charge. Messrs. Wasdin and of Graham : - - W. T WEKK3.
Dyal, Committee. Nellie Strleklan.1 do __. | _
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Last week Mrs. D. I. Blume .. 1"lnh dn __ .n 20n.i ito Clerk, Clreult Court.
shipped were in town shopping Thursday I,.riea Anrl r do __ 551101 I J do .. _ ___ oo Ca.1
. 1. u Hy A. WRICKS.
fifteen pounds of home made sausage morning. A Tonic Laxative .. do -.--------.- 45) no"IrHe Olv.. Kay rOPI.1_ .. .__________uu 2000 R Deputy Clerk.
to Vero. These the I ftmrera do _--,-._ M l noR Jenkins _ _______
were genuine old W. H. Andreu and son were in town janitor 8 --- 8750 A. Z. ADKINR
A. Mole do ___.._ -6nti o.
that will the bile from the Unr aDd __.
fashioned kind like "mother used to Sunday morning. .m .*ffii, T1tr'na do ._ __......__..__ leu) I Mae MeKlnney teaching 14 2000 SI..I. for Cmpl.I".nl. 1-27.1. .
cleUM the SrMm THOROUGHLY without griping u. luh. Kitberta. do 12 __ ._ _..__n 46) 00' .
make. '.t. Mere.. do __..._
Blanche Andreu and Eva Edwardswere -6000THomaa .. _...__
Kamtch If Fcrfoct L Warren do 16
or dJunblDfltlM truly a zLAXFOS 680
,Ii; in town shopping Saturday.R. t W- "IC.I.' do _................ 4000r Ada lleilnter do 18 _. -_ 1000 I NOTICE TO RRBTORK AND CREDITOR
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T. s-toy do ..... _
VANDERBILTVanderbilt Andreu, of New River was a WITH PEPSINIs .n O..h.i .--t___uun_...........____. 8 48 810IMI 00 I 'Jennie R A? Creen Thomaii do do 1 16 __. _ ._ 6500 1000? P.A I ..on.I. In.Ib.. to the... County...ta. ,of D. 8?.

f. T __ ...__. WII.n. 8'.fo. Ford.
nnf
t. pleasant visitor here Sunday morning "h"'n 90
d nn d. .
I the of Reliable and Perfect Laxative their
ium a are pay
'f. Jan. 17.-The farmersof L. A. Brown has had a shingle mill which ooo nlleree Sick Heartache. Dizziness, IndIg.mkio. n .Terry't..h. ..h._ __.___._________.______ 40 4001)Vnle on Total, .. .. _ ..- 7BJBOHul.r forthwith.. ,.qol.penuina. hulnl.10.1.lm. .
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this section to installed and is about ready for . .Stomach Trouble Gas aDd Pllei r umxl" -nn Purrl.h tearhlnic ID .. Ill no'' aaalnat' the. aald) eetate are to pre*
are beginning pre- opera I.n. Tohnnnn _..__.__...._...._-- 4O onKnle ) ._ . ... ,,
by a Torpid Liver and Conitlpetlon. Alwayt UM a d lnl. IU..II" I 20 OO sent them duly "n"nl..t.d .It..l one year
the for __ ___ t
pare ground another this __ 4000 i
,
crop n".o :. .. from
year. tion.Little Opal Hazen is on the sick list. ReUablaLtuaUvtt la the treatment, of Colds Grip c ,'ln.| o" _ ___ _____ .__ lIlt I. ..Pcw..d." ..I>ruir Store __. 1000 This this 27th date day or tty I..m"wil" b. f..v.1018 h.r
sad InfiaeDzL rvllf n..1tne _. .__.....__ .
n 7O ol' __ .
Cold weather has made it appear- Mrs. L. Colson spent Sunday here LAX.FOS WITH PEPSIN I'a a Liquid Digestive ','t.Mntthew.. do ___u___._____ 7O 1 Itomile free ,.k 26 ._ HI tin MRS J..111. A. WII.HON.
ance here and the farmers an4 taking with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. I'inholst..r.Chester Tonic Laxative ncelleut In Its effect oa the 11 r,1,, ._____ n ___ _ 70 o 1 ln..d'r,. .h.n. 27. 62.001'On'>' E.eulr" of ..t I. 1. Wl.n. d.-
advantage of it Andreu and Eustis of'' System, both a* a tnnio and a* a laxative. It Ujuat noil) rtlelllnv do .. 4cno.J 1'01..1 ( .. w'M,1 --- 1-27.
to cure their year'ssupply Kelly, I 4,, 21 __. ___ 7.501' .
New aa food for Children aa for AdiUCa. rioasaot Doris, law do : -- : .::::::::::: ::: 4oA') i| 1. 1..k.. .. ..- -
of meat. River were visitors! here Sunday to take. Children like It. Me. ""'nl-) "Ink! ) __...._ ._______ 4000 ,r'VI.I.. It." tearhlnit. 18 _._ ItO I NOTICE
School is progressige nicely with afternoon. Made and recommended to the public fjy Per? Mm .1 ? do _._ 41)1101! Ind.. Inrldnntala 12 tl To all and almcular the ab khnlilem In th.I'srnienter .
( l'n..pI nn I N. II. .. _._ .
Prof. H. C. Edwards and Miss Daisy There will be services here at the Medicine! Tanelew Co St. Lout. Mo., manufacturer ol rwl<.e R." - .-_________. 40 nn i II I.. Fowler...1 R. u 23 2711( 1 <4t*. Hank. nf. WorthiniitonHprlmra.

Lewis of Brooker as teachers. Thereis Baptist church by the pastor, Rev. S. Crow chill: Tonic. ( Pone .1.1 _ ..u__ -__ __ I 1R0001.I Noon Th.m.In.ld..nl.l.wood 27 .-_ -- .--.-. .- RODllertrndn I' Florida. and 1 all tithera whom It
J kTMloe do _ _.__ ._ .
hu 40 | J J.m _ . may concern : -
good attendance.Rev S. Proctor of Lake Butler.J. n" ; Th.m' tarhinir 2H 16 fin( ;, I'
a "$. ______._____ .. I .
RANK! MTATIIt.IITn'p.,1 !:/ e PlnholKter do -60 n I I hi. (iainea Inoldentela' . 4011'llrndford You and each of you "'I"( take n.U. thatntidi
Summers, of Macclenny, filled'' C. Cone spent Sunday here with of the condition of the Hank nf.fllarke Fnnlce, T4en ilo _ ___._.-__ __- :IS no I. (' Teliirraih.' prlntlnir 80 fl 76 I .r nnd I".nl Ii, an nrI.r m..I. and
his regular appointment at Emanuel his family.C. at Stark. In the Stale .f Flfirldn. at Mntid Bl.aw .1,. __ _.__.________ ___ Ill 00 '..1 I M |' 80 0 rill I rendered by. I the Honorable J. T. W I II.. Judue
. Sunday to a large congregation M. Andreu has been engaged in the clone of huHincN,* Iii _. ..___._____ I. .
HHoa"'.. -ler Knli'ht do I on n I I P < Hunk Inan Ilo nollnim ( Ireuit of Florida I In and for Bradford County.Ill .
Miss Myrtie Norman who is teaching installing the machinery for L. A. r-r'1 nii..i.M . .. ____ :: ; n -- - I ;
Bill ...,. ..unO,1I8.) .1. _ 18001 I ('I.. Uaehlnit 1 10 Oil I M certain I matter In ehaneery In aald Courtpendinir.
school near Lawtey, spent the Brown's shingle mill for the past few Overdraft u KM.10 ".ilia) r.ft .do i ' _. __ _._ e 0 I 1 I|II'| M .. : ..fund 8 _ 82 OH Htyled In the mailer of Receiver
.. Mae ",- ."".. do _. _. in I ,, ablp nf rarrninUr rltiite Hank aald 1 ..1., be-
week-end at home. United "I.I iMtndM? n.:'fl'l lift O I 1..1 lit llnnk, l.an 8 (116 I HO r
Mrs. F. T. Norman who underwent dnYR.Mrs.. W. H. Harroll left last Wednesday Suit, county und municipal bomb 4 "Hill"" 00 <,- f ..fv.i.| .. ... 60 0 I I," '" Co lIonS loan 2 60 OHI log dated the lIst day of llrcembi. I'llA I.
I .
Hnnklnv houne furniture and fixture I ( .. n. .1. _ _. ._ no 0 i .1 I P.1.'cello Inrldfiilala f I OH the "n.l..rln.i.' who "' .therein and then.byfiftMilnti
,,
an operation at Rogers hospital has to visit her brother Mr. Ra- (I.17 HO I I ,. Mill dr. ._ _ _ .._ In 00 j p W Moruan do I 1 I | >d an Special, Mauler take tentunonytherein
returned home, greatly improved.S. horn, of St. Petersburg who was very ,Other real etnte, 741 51 I ,. ..1. to _. -- PMn I.UI will' at my office, fiaineavllle. Alaehua .
rope _ Itn f'n . . . 4000) County. Hortda. within? the aaid ClrrMilt,
from IncortHirated hank Total
I".nlrh.k. .n.1 Ill? HI
sick *
J. Norman and J. C. Yarborough with the flu. .
,.. . __ _____ ,
n and evrhantrta forcliarinir_ 100 .51) "vhv '// do n ._ luirlnnlntf at the hour nf ten o'clock a m,
were business visitors to the county We are sorry to report !Mrs. L. F. :Cnh on hand . ._ __ cots & i iCounty .....,. amllh I ________ __ 8" - - ---- ---- --- 1 rl'liiy, 'the 2tlh day of J.n..r. 1110.( proceed
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scat Wednesday. Surrency as unimproved.Mr. wnrranta ___ 1.121 1 fill ( Warren it.. ._. 7n n .t + + + + . + 4 + 4 4 & to take the tcatimony .. rat.... .

J. (;. Crewa and son Kirby were : IInd Mrs. K L. Crosby and uu I < ..1.. P..i.te.. 'in, ._._ ____. .___. Ill 00 H. KfJAI.: N (TIC KM; : illn'Ctid by the Naid order and all and insular
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r .,
Total? . "? Mfr Thnma. d-i I - 4n ootirndfor.l the strkhl.I.rs of laid Pannenter HtMte Hank
visitors to Starke Saturday.F. dntight, Miss Ruby and Truby'PmhoNter "u -- lahilltlec- -.- - .H.I3R.O" Crtunty, Hunk loan 12111) flIt81)11421) .. & . 4 + . + + + 1. + are hen.by notified and required to then. and

!M. Norman and son Henry attended attended services at Old Bradford Capital mnelc paid In ------I lAonnool.I NOTICE thf ri. aiiitear before ma,. ai Kuecial MaMter. and

the log rolling at H. Sapp's church Sunday. Siirnlo fund .. . __, 8.Olio.00 r,.ml . K V teatimimy, In the aaid, matter.
r A K-nl.,1,1 flerlral) . fill month after hereof I ? ( Florida. this' I ..m" ,
Un.llvl.l.. pniflu I I live and work ) n .1. .,1 prenentmy Dated at alnravllle ) '
Dr. W. E. :Middlcton of expennea .
Friday. Hampton, tax, raid ) 15554 t t'o".11|| /.1.,0'.1.l .__ - 72'6T vnurber anti, final ....unll" the 1..II. I 80. 1D1H.
:Mrs. Leon L. Renfroe of Jacksonville was i a profesisonal caller here las Individual' di-pmiti auhjict- -to check 8"l d'l'l BM n "''" "I.t. M) .ervlce ... _. 7 n ';">o. A. Gardiner em.nt. Judue o T. n. ELLIS.' JR.

who has been visiting her parents week.L. Time certmeatea of drpmit __ ___ 85111? I r M-rrrif, dn _ . __ .e .[.o..t.. Florida, .. for my. final' ill*. 1-8-41. A. Special Master ..ro..I.I.liIC1IIDIltltlltaIIClffffl.wWCt' .

returned home Tuesday accom- Johns and wife of New River 'CnMhfera, check outMtandinir _ I Olato r F rv..,>ii.,.la.n do i ,. _ ._ __. _ 541 ___n_
4 ,, T l vranb lean
n prlntlnir
panied by her sister Ruby, who washer spent last week-end here with rela Hill' n'b''; ;:: :"I--_: _-_:..:.:_:::::: -. 2 51.41952:,000, nil n..I.I .7. til.''llnv Inelilxntaln _. __ n_ 20 no II I) (

week-em! truest. tives. A Y ".ili.rt. ilo ._-__. . _.__ fjnoC IJ'OlrDCDIIfltJCWICDrOIUIDfWaWGWtl

Mrs. E. Padgett Ion the sick list C. Tyler has moved his family in Total -- f4..linoH! I. f".'f do _ .. _. _ '
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J this week. Her many friends wish her the Malphurs cottage, recently purchased Slate of Florida.: County of Bradford, an. ; i w u/Mi. qn do. _____ _. n_ __.___ 173.
I. Geo. C White. ...hl.., of the above named I Wi..'" do .n *l 7
*i from W. M. Murrell. 01. < .,. ____. __
a speedy recovery. I bank. do solemnly? awear that the above Htate.ment n .h. do _ I'I.n Export TradeLatin
( Levy Norman attended the play by Joe Warren, of Cayno. was a prominent la true to the bent nf my knowledge? and VaVKloniy do ... ._-_ ___._ 1'0 I
talent 'belief CEO. C I t. ri'nrtbiim' do .. ___ u__ -__ _.- 1'ItO
the farm at the State Farm visitor here Saturday WHITE.
I ,Correct .Mteel C..hI..r.F..II F II Fitfi-h do ____nn_._--- 10 no
Saturday night. Hammond Lynn md family have | MATT1IFW: *.1.) Tfrry do ._n __............. loon
I Misses Mary and Fannie Bloods- moved near High Springs. We wish O. C. LIVINn TnN. /,.. .tohptnn do _. __ .. ___ ___u 10 rtoWBie America

worth of near Raiford, attended services them much success at their new homo. I A. M DARIIY. Director flniiplaaa do ____.-_ .__ __,-__ lon
.
j at Emanuel Sunday. Little Misses Blanche and Louise 'day Suh of.cribe Jan.
i Mrs. J. C. Wilson, who has been Crows spent Sunday here with their I D. E. r MHh WIttier ,i I.. .__ --_______ -- 1000Bnbv
confined to her room for several days mother Mrs. U. Crews.On ''Seal! KNIfiirr.; Purrl.h' do __ ._ _._...._. in Ooi
Notary Public
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ol 1. t4leli"" do hh It O Manufacturer market their
J I i is fast recovering. Monday\ Jan. 6th. the body of I M.. Jeffrtea do __ ___ --._____ so wishing to products in Latin America w!

Remember Sunday school at Emanuel J. Harris passed through here I'I'Mr. BANK STATEMENT' I ott'e Stokes l do ,. .. .__ ______. .__ MO be beneliled by with Export Duimu. We
every Sunday afternoon at 2:30.: route for burial Report of the ffondllloa of the. Hampton I n,..l,, M'Oeiider do ._ ._.____--_ 6 00 communicating our can
en at Antioch. near :Plate Bank at Hampton. In the 8tat of r Fdward do __ __.____.__ no oo goods our
All invited. your
LaCrosse, Alachua county. Mr. Harris I Florida at II,. elo, >. of business Dee SI. 1918. Delay. l".. do __. __-.___ ___ 40 HOMr though
Johnnie Yarborouarh. of Raiford was a resident of Sampson City. having !R....... Bvntim F'erfclna do . .______. IK n

visited at the home of E. Padgett Sat- ; lived there for the past two years. Loana,.nans on real _,. . h. ._ .aU.S12I' r F. wmnn .,... ,.. _n.________ 447.OOMra Native'Sales Representative
en collateral _
aMurlty otherthan .
Non
) f. tearhlnv
urday night. lie formerly lived near Bell, in Ala real estate .______- -___-- ._ 2.RIM) 20 4 O . I'nd.1_. __ __ .___ _--./_ -__- 60 .
Sam Whitehead was a business visitor chua county. lie had a stroke of paralysis All ether !<>.... and dlaeounbi __ __. 14,41 19 Harah ,.nklna dt. __ ____ n____. *" on and trade connection Publicity in two hundred Latin American

Overdraft _.. 9)9441)Rankln _ __ ______._ .
which caused his death on Sun. : -------- -- .1,5,1.' Keller do n til O
at Lawtey Thursday. 5th. lie hmw, fernltqn .;d-jjt;;;'. 4 24* an r M Thaneey do _... ___ _. 41 I Newipapers and two huadred Salons (Motion Picture Thatie) in
Several) of the young people of this day Jan. was a member of the Other real''I eaUU ---- -- I 511 It) ) do _._. __________-__ $. n
attended the grinding at Primitive Baptist church. He leaves 1 T>ue from Incorporated--bb-:.: ..: 5.552: II .Vh.1. ) R."do __._n________._ 5400RrsAOnrf South and Central America, will carry the story of your products straight
vicinity cane a devoted wife and five children to 1 rasp on hand -..____.___._u.__ __ 2.1ft 14 , Bank Interest ....._ 1010r
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the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wain- his M Poor..?? lalary __ __ __-____ 12610Vlldrrl ? to the Merchant., Men, Buyer and Consumers of these South
death. The interment took n Buie
wright Thursday night and reporteda mourn Total' _______________________.._ .194149011Llaallltla CI teaehln ..n_._ __. 76 Klfertrude I
place Antioch Rev. American Countries.
at cemetery, Tbnniae 16 Of)
nice time. Moody, of LaCrosse conducting the :fanltal? stock paid I In - IIS.OOfl DO Br df rd C o Hank : :: ::
a funeral obsequies. i'imliia fund _--_ -- ..:::: ::-::.:::: 24') ItS Janwry .. 1415. t-.s '

MILLER Undivided! profit Woodmen Circle Elects Officer tatee of-- - (till B ft'ill! inrIdentals _. ____ ____ H o. ,'I

Miller Jan. 17.-H. S. Miller visitedhis nolia At Grove Its last No.regular Woodmen meeting Mall"j'Time'"dividual"etrtlfl. depoa.M,ta of ;.,bjth.-; \ ___ _._._k._ IM.UIIS'I 15251.51 T,. n(Plnholater Powell' do".r_ .. .I_ ._____.___. ______ 4 n We are assembling ou 1919 catalogue prnt..d in the language of the

brotier Albert of Valdosta, Ga., 69. ,C..hlera cheeka auletandin" -.- - 2 t last week. elected the following officers! "..w.U Ineidmtala .. ___ n' _ 10 no ,
businesstrio ensuing fear: Total ____ .__ ___ ____nu K4.I490H T. t.ehini __ u. ___ lIlt 01)
j Eugene Douglass made a Guardian: Olive Matheny. 'State of Florida County of II.."' ....... ... I. I do 5 u __ ____ __ 7Mn b4 / ;nr Write, wire or
to Ellisville Saturday. I. A. A. Put,... (ashi.. of the .ho".n........ M- I.n"p.. do __uu _ ._ 3J cal
N. H. Stokes was a business visitor Past Guarian Celia Cox. ?Bank do nolemnly? iwrar tbat the above .ta.- Mary J-.ho.nn ,4------------- 7260Mra I
r Butler last week. Adviser, Alice Edwards. 'Cent I 1t* true to the. bent of my h"nw''..l... and W C FUeka do _unn__ ___ UOO Exp' Division

to Lake Clerk Beulah Harrell. :'.1 1I.r? A. A. FUTnf. Ca'berlne .tnntrtn dn __ __._...__ _.- II00ri : ALLIED AMERICA ASSOCIATION
Last Friday evening Miss Carrie [CorrectAtte Cuhler 'le Fowler do -__ .__,_ __ . .OnFllle 1 1
Belle Brown entertained a number of Banker Mattie Barry. I A. A. MeDOVALD. Whltwnrth do 11100 ;
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friends with a social at the Chaplain. Orrie Colson. A. A. Dt.'ROEV' ASHLAND BLOCK U. S. '
her CHICAGO A.
young J. Attendant. Ada Forsyth. J V. JONKS. Dlreetnra. Total .8.7/.8 I
'I home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. I ftuhaerihed. and sworn to .before mo thla 9th I 9ErI4I. TAX fisT rrND!
(f L. Brown. Various games were play. Asiiitant Attendant, Posa Pons. day nf Jan. Itlt. D. 1':. IcNIcIrr.I I I :r Mil'hewa pnntlna- . S 0Bradford

ed until a late hour when everyone de. Inner Sentinel Carrie Shaw. .I '(S-.ll Notary Pubic Co Bank la..0 I I" 8 )1I: m macaC a







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__..,' ".., ..._....." ," .... ..-...._.. ......_._....... Tampa, after a week's visit here with i is;; ; France: saying that he is well Place FertilizersIn

-...."...... .:<......- J lulutives und friends.It. and, enjoying the bout of life. Of
W. Surreney made a business trip There will be a box supper given at
I i'1 : tu Hampton Thursday.C. I the Swift Creek Hc-hoolhou.se on next

: 1 U. Roberts and 1 son, Perman, were Wednesday night Jan. UUrd.: Every. : SouthernAgriculture
ftuni News : ill Sun-let Thursday on business. I body invited to come and bring a full

.Johnnie Watts. of Brooker, was here box. I _
= Thursday) and l Krid.iv visiting rclaIIM We are sorry to report Mr. Tommie Pami.r-Bfcnker Dlaousiea Real Value, of Fertilizer Out of His Year of

: 'i ami friends. ]I Dicks anil, family down with the in- Experience, Obeervatlon and Study-Timely' Topic Relating

ll Int.rcstln. Fact Gathered During the We br Our I J":,Icy Wusdm, made'' (,. business. trip ,, fl:u'n/a. I to Vital Southern Problem-Extracte From an Addresa.
Regular Correspondents.BRADFORD l I.. I ll.i.'iplon I i Thurxdayi' We are glad to know that :Mr. and
I Il :Mr., aild :.Mrs. Calhoun Harry of 'I'S. Oscar Tyson's baby is improvu ;
I II_ T.H'IIButler.' sifiit|' th* ,,'..,.k'Llnd hereWIth : i I g from its illness. Bright Wllllamaon, Darlington, S. C.
L "-- his,, parents l. :Mr. l nd :Mrs. J. C. I j :\lr. anti -Mrs. Johnson, of Providence Affrlonltur* la the bed rock and and abandoned fields" of South Caro.

Harry. \ were" in our community Sunday. I foundation upon which" every other In- lina yield) a greater profit per acre
I: :Mi>f Rose Mary Hull came over Mr.I, und Mrs. .1. I It. Ilijville made. a I J. E.; Douglass) and daujthterlIss: dustry must. stand or fall. All the than the richer rjver lands, once. the

I i rom .Jacksonville/ and spent Sunday Annie at 1 business> trip to StarletSaturday.. I Eflie: were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. people prosper or tall to prosper ao- pride of the Southern cotton planter,

Bradford, Jan 17.-\'s.; I K. E. Buxtcr tin' home of her /luntlllIs'; ', ;Mrs., Will, Junes and ;Mist; Florence W. C. Kerce Sunday. I I cording to tile abundanoe of the harvest or than the more fertile lands of

who hus "N.'n"iHitln her Bister, Walz. Edwards ami, daughter, Walker motored over to Starke Sat ,] Mr. Pearce and son, Jesse, of Co-I I of the soil, and upon agriculture Texas
E.:
M.
Mrs.
near Bruoker, returned :Jiome Tuesday. visitors urday. |I I lumbia county, were seen! in this community depend the prosperity and happiness Land Values Increased
_ Clyde Ward was a visitor in ourfivrtion Miss ;Mabel( of Gainesville, were I; I{. W. Suricncy was u business visitor -' :Monday.
.t the
i Tuesday. to Luwtoy Sunday. |1 to Starke Saturday. I I'I The whooping cough is raging in world. This statement is reflected In the

W. :M. lIurn' f and wife were in Joe Allen, L. L. Sapp, M. L. Smith, Dock Milliard. was a business visitor ,,, and around Guilford. Better method of agriculture, In.' fact that thee name lands In parts!
Worthington; Tuesday. A. II. Harley, M. L. Loudholtx: and B. i to Waldo Wednesday. S : hide the tjie of modern implements of South Carolina are selling freelyfor

G. I U.! Colson panned through; here ] L. Blanchard came over from with Jacksonville their- John 1 Eddie, of Louise, was here on I CROSBY LAKE; modem cul'lvatlon and soil Improve- more than 1100.00
Tuesday, cnroute to Worthington. I I and spent Sunday business Saturday. ment. This brines ns directly to the I have been dealing with the effect

Mrs. C. M. Andreu and daughter families here. received here the first i Bill Gurney of :Montcoeha, was (i Crosby Lake, Jan. 17.-:M. J. McRae Importance of the fertiliser Industry of the fertilizer Industry and the use

P.lancho, were visitors to Brooker on I urt News of the was week that :Miss Eula !May' hero Saturday on business. 'i I j and family spent Sunday at the home as a means of laaprovlnf our soils. Fer- of fertilizers on agriculture, because

Tuesday.Mrs.* I> daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. L. L.I I Mr. and Mrs. Cloud Birt, of Ilamp- of Aaron Coleman, near China Grove. I tilisers are absolutely essential In order as I have Bald the effects on business
Wall Crews has returned home Si/pp, ton, spent the week-end here, guests i Frank to Increase
| Bryant spent Saturday night: : the fertility of the 11011.They result from the effect
united in marriage to Raymond generally] must
back her Sap! was of Mr. and !Mrs. A. Lane of
bringing parents
from Jacksonville, : :Moseley Saturday night. The |i and Sunday with his father in this have a direct effect \upon acrleoltoreJ on agriculture, and It Is obvious that
Mrs. Birt.
1 baby, who underwent an operation. section. lie also visited at the home
| In-::dc's father home Saturday production and through the The fertilizer
came Innumerable.
in Brooker early Mr. Cunningham and of I they must be
Bailey
son
I C. :M. Andreu was ) of 11. M.\ McRae Sunday. ,
with his fam-' products of agriculture
Tuesday morning. i night to "spend Sunday Hrooker, passed through here The of a direct effect business In the South Is one
| man" Satur-I people this section are enJoying .
:Mabry Harrell was a visitor to La- ily ami as soon as "the old gCtuway day afternoon enroute to Stllrke.Ir. the nice weather which theyare upon all other industries. 'of the moot Important, and concernsour
t.j Crosso Thursday. they" hied away and got mar-1 I and Mrs. D. !M. Byrd and chil- having. Anytnlnc: wtJob contributes to an prosperity more directly than any

II I :Mrs. W. M. Harrell wan called to ried, the parent not knowing anything I dien of LaCrosse, spt the week-end' The farmers are busy getting ready Increase in our agricultural productions other Industry and in its effects no
the bedside, of her brother, Willard about it until his return to Jacksonville here. truest. of the former's parents. to plant again. contributes to the .welfare coin- other Industry so ramifies into other
t Ifulirirn_ who IM seriously ill. Sunday niirht. But it was too i :Mr. and :Mrs. U. J. Byrd. _- ___ I II fort and prosperity of our people aa business has effect on the
; "';J.:: V.;:' Edward4was-c I; .business; visitor late then even if he had any objec. i, !Mr. and :Mrs. Dock Ililliurd attend'd I I SWIFT CREEK: . a whole; and this brings us directly Industries! or and business a greater generally.
tions. ;Mr. :Moseley is a promising _
I to Brooker, Thursday. the funeral of Mr. Wash Hicks at to the eonalderaUon of the Importanceof
\ '. Harrell in WurthlngtonThurs.tIlY. young attorney of Jacksonville. Their Hrmpton Saturday. I Helps Railroads and Manufacturers
j \ ;M.; was Swift the fertilizer Industry In relation to
Jan. _
and Creek 17 We hnv-
friends wi"hh..m a long happy Mrs. George Stone, Mrs. Will Jones, are Perhaps among the Industries which
oth.r lines of business.
fine weather
C. :M. Audreu was a business visitor prosperous life; ;, :Misses Unie and Bunnie Graves, Florence Kome 'and it puts the are more particularly and directly benefited -
tn lironkcr Thursday. S I Walker and Marvin Ogden attended farmer in good heart. i I Fertiliser Necessary In South by the use of commercial fertilizers -
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McCall
visited
4 C. H. Newsom was! in our commun- I<'IVJI1U: ; : I the party at the home of GusI !Mr. The .ry nature of oar soil climate are the railroads and common
and ;Mrs.
Roy 1\IljCall
,' ity Thursday. I Wynn Saturday night nt Sampson.i afternoon. Sunday and rainfall make It impossible tofarm carriers which first. bring fertiliser
There was no school Wednesday on l'ivelile: .1 an. 17.-Me are glad to i : and Mrs. N. U. Wynn spent the :Miss Opal Roberts of Lulu visited suoaessfally without regularly to the farmers and in return trans
: T. 1'. Cason latestflu ,
our
I''portIrs.
$ account' of the rain. J I week-end at Sampson City with rela-
Miss Alieve Johnson Saturday after.I feeding our crops from artlflolal port the Increased product of th*
1
Tate through here sufferer/ as convalescent.B. tivefc.I .
Duprre passed L. Dukes spent Sunday with his nAon. i il ...ro.. with at least two of the several .- farm[ te the ends of the earth; and
Monday.Messrs. I: Mrs. Eva Barry spent the week-end
Alvin Wasdin Sccb New- family, returning to his work Mon-'|I nt Sampson; with friends. ,l A large crowd attended cHurch at principal elemenU entering Into finally when these products are sold

som attended, church here Sunday day. j I Rev. Riggs, of Starke, filled his regular -, Lulu Saturday and Sunday. the composition and development of for a third time, the railroads are -'.-
nlv-hc. !Mrs. I D. J. O. Green .spent Sunday ,;: appointments here Saturday and i I Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Johnson, of Prov plant Ule. Without fertiliser mash of ed upon to bring to the farmer hie

Miss Rub Parrish 'was the guest with her mother Mrs. B. J. Thomas. II Sunday at the Baptist church, delivering idence, visited Mrs. L. F. Johnson Sun- the beat producing cotton land. in the supplies of foreign and domestic prod-

of Georgia Edwards Sunday. !Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Julian, some very interesting sermons.W. |I day.Miss Booth would become unproductive and
Alga Thomas attended church here were shopping in Lake Butler Friday. p. Byrd made a business trip to i home Lovella Johnson has returned farming would be unprofitable. In ucts.The use of fertilizer ha made more
from Lake City, where she has
Sunday. I Russell Purrish passed through Five Sturke Saturday. been visiting Miss many states, except In a few localities spindles In the South. more oil mill, ,

1 Mabry Harrell was the guest of :Mile Sunday, enroute for Brooker. I Andrew Sparks of Monteocha has Rev. J. R. Eubanks Alice Hopkins. soil la no more capable of producing more live stock more people- and more

Mis! I Eva Edwards; Sunday night. :Mrs. Amanda Ciainey has as guest moved to our little town and we are tor at Lulu Sunday.Mrs. resigned as pas ,, without' being fertilized than commerce. The tobacco crop and rer I
4\ underwent last Sunday, her daughter, Mrs. Fred glad to welcome he his
Miss Cecil Raborn, who and family stock Is Intensive
of Little L. F. and Alieve Johnson attended capable of performing work trucking Industry, requiring
McKnight Springs.Mrs.
midst.
an operation a short while ago, is rapidly Thomas, !Mrs. Green and Mrs. to our S-_ _ I the hog killing at the home of without being fed. Our lands must be fertilization' and plant food would be
improving.C. ,
Muson Alexson were appreciated cal J. K.; Douglass Monday. i fed juat a* we feed the stock that practically unknown to us. Ships bring
M. Andreu was visitor in the DUKESDukes
Pine Hill section Wednesday a after lers at the home of Mrs. P. P. Dekle I Mabe I Roberts, Herman Dorch and work them or they will become too raw material from foreign shore ta

i Sunday afternoon.Mr. Jan. 17.-Elder J. It. Dukes' Kinnie Richard and Misses Ina Bell poor to even. pay the ooe* and expense I greater quantities and in return carry .

) noon.Miss Laura Scarborough was the and,I Mrs. F. L. Drawdy were filled his regular appointment at Lit- motored Lees Opal Roberts, Alieve Johnson .f cultlratlon. away more cotton and grain.

t guest of th/ Misses Edwards Saturday shopping in Lake Butler Friday. I I tie Springs Saturday and Sunday. ) ternoon. over to Guilford Sunday .af. Transformed Sections I Cheapen Cost of Producing Crop

fl 'night. Miss Delle Dukes spent the weekend I Mrs. Sam Dukes was called to the'' Miss Leila Farnell visited I Large section of land In various The commercial business! la affectedIn
Miss Annie
4 Rev. II. C. Scarborough, of Starke, at Ruiford, returning Sunday.W. ,I bedside of* her brother-in-law, Mr. and Etta Moore Saturday. parts of the South Atlantic States forty even greater- proportion than the
filled his regular here H. Dowling, of Lake Butler, is Coursen, of Lulu who ia ,' '
appointments suffering a'
E. O. Blackwell, of Lulu, enjoyed a' or fitly years ago, required four farmer himself and there 1 I. no farmer -
spending n few days with his daughter with
j Saturday and Sunday, his charming relapse measles. i iI I brief hunt Saturday with Tommie or five acres to produce one bale of In the South whb I* net benefited
!Mrs. B. L. Duke.
daughter accompanying him. |I :Miss Madie Floyd of Lake Butler
:Moore.A .
cot too. which farming the judicious use of commercial
Intelligent by
by -
news
Harrell the Rev. Wallace Korea tilled his regWar the week-end
Wilde and children were i spent here, the guest of
guests of Mrs. Dukes, of Worthington. appointment at Five Mile Sunday. I relatives. 1|, large crowd attended the wood made ponalble by the use of for fertilizer Large. crops give to the
sawing
EMon, Baxter and brother, Walter lie was accompanied by his wife and''1 !Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Douglass, of home and dance at Jackson Nettles' Utliers. yield on. bale to each acre, people a greater supply! at a lower cost
Friday night
paused through here Monday enrouteto family. I I| Lake Butler, visited Mr. and :Mrs. Sam Horace Allen or the equivalent, of other eroi> Poverty of production and at a lower price
Worthington Monday. :Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Smith and Mrs. Dukes Saturday and Sunday. They at- Jacksonville Saturday.Sam returned. home from stricken seotlona of one or two I to the consumer while on the other

L Joe Surrency and sister, Miss Vcra, Lula EdcnfiUd: o.f. Lake Butler, attended I tended church while here. i I Johnson of generations ago have been transformed hand email] cropsnot only Increase tbe
Lulu has
of services at I'iveIiiI'! Sunday. Miss Dell Duke left accepted" of but increase in
I were guests the Misses Edwards Saturday for a position on a steamer from Jacksonville into populous and prosperous com cost production may
I Sunday afternoon. Rob Parrish and Rev. Fowler pass- Haiford where sh'e will visit relatives to New York and South America munities. Our ability to rebuild and even greater proportion the price te

I '- Miss Blanche Andreu had as her ed through Five Mile Sunday. I and friends. 1 I via the Panama canal. *- make our lands more fertile has enabled the consumer. When harvests are

1: guest Saturday! Miss Laura Scarborough Wiley Williams made a business! Mr. and Mrs. I D. H. Dukes) of Worthington S people to Mve and settle in wore abundant the consumer and producer

,, of Starke. trip to Five Mile Friday., I and Miss Eli :a Dukes were CLAY HILL desirable cotnmieiWtlea. and to enjoyadvantage alike share in the Increased prosper
'.1 !Miss Ruby Edwards was the guest Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Blum Miss Win visitors here Saturday;) : .
-' of better markets. schonlH.eharohes .
:i of Blanche Andreu Sunday. nie Blum and J. N. Gainey were Sun Mr. and Mrs. Andre Crawford visited -I ity.Other
Clay Hill Jan. 17.-There of cheapening the scat
will and social condition Better means
not
E Rev. King, of New River, attended day visitors in Five !Mile. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Thomas Sun be much
church here Sunday. Wedding bells are soon to ring in day. this cotton planted in this section rural condition have made thebsek of production can be liKed profitablyonly

B. C. Scarborough is doing some our section. Hope we get a piece of P. O. Dukes made a business trip to')' H.season.B. Hudson I to the fann" movement not onlya on a very large or on a. very /
I the was among the visitors but .small scale but fertilizers can be ay-
bric-k work for C. M. Andreu this week cake. i Lake Butler Monday. | to Jacksonville possibility a reality.
W. Williams and family attended !Mr. and Mrs. Avery Parrish passed!I'' I D. I. Blurne.attended church Satur- business Friday, going I on Prosperity Dv. to .Fertiliser piled with practically] the same '110-

church here Sunday. through Five Mile Sunday. I day and spent the afternoon with Elder H. H. Carter of Whatever may be the dlreot benefit, cess to the smallest as well as the
Jacksonville
Frank James, of Cooter Pond attended Rev. F. p. Johns spent Monday I Inight J. R. Dukes. ,I a few days in this, section spent It la obvious from a study of the situation largest undertaking from tbe Individual -

ch rch here Sunday. at the home of his boyhood I Miss Hattie Dukes passed through:' and relatives leaving for with his friends home I that the prevent prosperity and plant In the flower pot to the then-

C. H. Newsom and family attended friend, P. P. Dekle. His visit was I here Saturday enroute to High Sunday.morning. ,:| greater population In Bouth Carolina Band acre cotton field.
church here Sunday. greatly appreciated by !Mr. Dekle and Springs where she will visit her sia. I ,
Ben Wilkinson was a recent visitor ia da more largely to the use of It was my pleasure some years ago
'
t !Miss Blanche Andreu was shopping family. I: tcr, Mrs. J. M. Gilbert. I I to Lawtey on business.Mr. commercial fertilizers than to any other to know many more manafacturer.sod '

iti Brooker Saturday morning. S M. A. Dukes and family visited Elder : and Mrs. Keller and daughter, cause became in South Carolina dealers. in fertllltera than I !knowat 1
Grandma Baxter is the EVEIWRF.F.NEvergreen ; : J. It. Dukes and
l spending j family after :Miss Alice of .
:Maxville
near were the fertilizer are absolutely. necessary to present but I wish to testify to
wrek-pnd with her church
I daughter at Brook Sunday. i
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Hudson which most the high character and Intelligence of
agriculture, .
profitable upon
er. ; Jan. 17.-:Mr. Blitch was II. S. .\lilIE'r_was a business visitor :, Sunday evening.E. .
Mif Ruth Ward, attended church here of our business and other industries those with whom I became lJoc..t....
Monday.
attending to business in our burg on', j i I H. Carter and and
r.lJ., hen* 'Sunday: night. :Monday. lion. II. C. Peeples was business Bryant, made their usual sons. Henry depend. Had it not been for the one The proper use of commercial fertllIzer I
to Jacksonville
f ) :Messrs.. T. B. and J. V. l Edwards: attended Misses: I.uura-and Ruchel Wilkinson visitor hero Tuesday. Friday.Barney trip of commercial/ Fertilizers South Carolina by the farmer Is obviously of vital 1

ii) the lodge at Brooker Saturday wen- visitors at the home of Mr. and i Mrs': J. It. Dukes spent Tuesday uf- Lang was a visitor to Starke could not! be considered an agri. Importance to the fertilizer: Inftvstrra .

'Ii night.J Mrs.: :! J. S. Rosier Sunday.Messrs. I, ti-rnoon with Mrs. M. A. nukes Saturday on business_ cultural state. well as to the farmer, and It ta a

r \: Riijnionl :Miller was! in Worthing- ; Schellie und Horace Rosier' ---- | Little :\liss-El'sie' Starling spent Taking Into consideration the cost matter that should receive thought and

\,1.I toi1 Sunday evening. wereiiitors in this section Sunday'1 HIGHLAND; :: |I I Wednesday night with her grandparents of fertilizers statistics will bear out careful ronsMileratlon at all times tv J

(\ p 1'rinkl'j' Iliiyijs visited his parents afternoon. in this section.B. the statement that the once worn out those who promote the Industry.HERE'S '
here t-nluiclny and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Starling spent' Highland, Jan. 17.-G.; W. Purker.l D. Carter spent the day in High- -

I Kdd; Crosby and family attended thetMvices :Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. of Jacksonville, has bought the W. 1"1" l 1.1: <1 Saturday.Vance -, .1
N.j --
I .
I I I "" here Sunday. Starling.; I I I Grand place and I he and family will I Wilkinson came over from
'. II. Pinholster attended church Bryant Redding attended church at reside here in future. :Mr. Parker Jacksonville to spend a few days with WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY ABOUTTANLAC

I heir, Sunday., Pine Grove Sunday. |; also purchased, : Grand's grist mill friends and) relatives in this section.
I Iilt Anderson passed: through: here :Mr. and !Mrs. J. W .GrifTls and children and will commence operating it at Miss Rosa and Dora Carter spent

ifd. Sunday tlll'fll'tp> to Little Springs. attended church at Pine Grove once. ,I Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
I! Arthur Eduurds was attending to Sunday. | Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and :Miss Beth It. B. Hudson. ,

t lJ business in Brooker Saturday. :Misses Doris and Debris Rosier Wimberly were business visitors to'': T. E. Starling was a visitor to Highland -
,' J. D. Baxter was the guest of C. M. spent Sunday afternoon with their I Jacksonville Wednesday aud Friday j Thursday morning.II. _

[ Andreu Sunday. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ros-I Butler II. Carter, of West Jacksonville S. Starling was a visitor to the __
4\ George Parnsh is knocking the mortar ier and was accompanied by Levy I came out Thursday for a few county seat Saturday and returned on --- 7
t olT of the brtck this week. We Norman and Arthur Rigdon. days' visit with relatives. Sunday morning.T. .
1 wish him success. Misses Janie and Lillie Sapp were I I Miss Lillie Mercer, of Jacksonville, W. Wilkinson was a visitor to "I just feel like going from "This medicine is worth its
< Among those who attended the or- visitors to :Mr. and !Mrs. J. S. Rosier spent the week-end here with her sis Highland Sunday morning. house to house and"! telling peo. weight in gold, and if the price

'I, ilinutiun! of T. B. Edwards! as deacon Sunday. I, ter. !Miss Saleta Mercer. I I Misses Ida and Carrie Starling spent pIe about Tunluc. -A. .1. Livwas fifty dollars a bottle instead

"f the Bradford church, were S. W. W. E. Forsyth has moved to Starke. j: W. :M. Wimberly was a visitor to Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. ingston, Ashland. City, Tenn. of one dollar I would buy it just
"
DuboHv) and wife. Williams and Wo much Jacksonville the same if I had the monty. -
Wiley regret very to lou this family Monday. and Mrs. Henry Hudson.!; '
family .!. I D. I1u'Ctl'rf Brooker, T. B. but wish him good luck in his new (;J. \ I'arker was transacting business I IV. S. J. Starling was a visitor to Law- | "This Is really the first mcdRoltert Young, Knoxville, Tenn.
I Pinhi.Uter nnd Edd Crosby. Rev. N. home. in Jacksonville Monday. tey Saturday. icine I have ever taken that

T. King, of New River, delivered the S Billy Wimberly, of Madison arrived W. H. Carter was visiting his grand does what they nay it will do." "Four bottles of Tanlac helped
ordini'tion sermon. GRAHAM I Sunday for a visit with his uncleand parents in ths: section Thursday morn -J. F. Hnllev, Lexington. Ky. me more than fifteen yearsof

:>li.ss Blanche Andreu was the guestof aunt Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wim ing. I, medical treatment that costjne \

Miss Ruby Edwards Sunday after- Graham, Jan. 17.-Chesley Fogg berly.E. Mrs. W. A. Starling and children "I would not take one thous. and average of $1OO, a year."

Tit'.U. nuule a business trip to Jacksonville Wilkinson of Jacksonville, came spent Sunday at the home of :Mr. and '' nnd dollars for what this wonderful E. B. Hall, Fountain City, Tenn."Money .
--- --.-- ---- :Monday. 1 Saturday night ami, spent Sunday Mrs. E. II. Carter and family. medicine, Tanlac has,

LAWTKY Jesse Byrd made a business trip 40 with his family here. j :Misses Pearl and Ella: Prevail, of I done tor. i e."-:\lr9.lattle couldn't' buy the good" ,
Carl Wilkinson Is home this week ', the Lutes this Tanlac has done for m.-
Galnl'RvilleIonday.: I Lawtey spent Sunday guests ,t Lexington Ky. F-
I I.nwtey Jan. 17.-Mrs. A. C. Talley Claud Birt, of Hampton, was here\ convalescing from a very bad cold. lie' :Mr. and Mrs. Walter Griffls. !ihl'rilfrchle- Anderson.! ;
I
: f ha-i gone to ;Miami to visit her son.Miss Tuesday on business. hopes to be able to return to his workin Ellis Starling spent Sunday as the "We have sold 1,180 bottlesof Houston Tex... j

: \ Lois Wilson of Jacksonville, Oliver Sparks of Monteocha, was Jacksonville last of the week. guest of Richard Carter. Tanlac and have never had a 'i'
|,v* -.1 was the guest Sunday of :Mr. and, :Mrs.U. here :Monday on business. :Messrs. Jim Sapp and J. L. Strick. Messrs. Barney and Fred Lang attended dissatisfied, customer"-Smisi>r "Tanlac has certainly helped
.
H. Hill.(, I I J. II. Surrency was in Jacksonville land left for Tampa Monday night to Long Branch church Sunday.W. Drug Co.. Columbia Tenn. me and I recommend it to others
w Mrs. b. E. Burney left Sunday for M"nday and Tuesday. attend the Baptist convention Tuesday :M. Hudson, accompanied by Mr. "for the good it has done

r*. 1 Live Oak where she was called bv telegram J. A. J. McKinney and son. Carl. and Wednesday. and _:Mrs. C. M. Hudson and. _children, "For two before me. -Ex-Sheriff C. W. Man-

J stating that her brother's wifewas were here Monday attending to business I ----- l.avinn and Hester, of Jacksonville, Tanlac I had years rheumatism taking bad gum' Atlanta, Ga. I
.: ? dead. I matters.Mr. GUI LFORD spent Sunday with the former's so
I par. I couldn't raise left
; 1L Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Futch, of Rai- Rogers, of Gainesville was in ents Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hudson. head. -I my feel like hand to "I would spend the last dollar .

,, ford, were visiting relatives in Law.I our burg Thursday. Guilford. Jan. 17.-Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Carter and sons my ."-J. B.now Woodward,a Lexbave newman. I had on earth for Tanlac; I
gained nine
It ,: tey Sunday.Mrs. I H. F. Price has returned from a Jim Johnson of Providence visited Henry and Lovie, motored over to the ington. Ky. and a halfpounds I
Hattie Lowe and Mrs.\ H. C.I I visit in Georgia. their mother, Mrs. L. F. Johnson on county seat Saturday on business. on one bottle and feel

Dodd. of Atlanta Ga., are guests at Ray Goodge, of Sampson! City, wasa Tuesday. Mrs. J. B. Moseley\ spent Saturday "I feel *o good after taking just Andrews.like a new m.n.-J. T. :''
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. God- business visitor here Thursday. lion J. E. Douglass made a business in this section with her grandparents Tanlac that I told hands the

""i' win. Henry Wilson of Hampton was a trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and :Mrs. S. J. Starling, and family other day I believed my I could beat "If the of
Mrs. W. L. Overstreet is upending a visitor here Wednesday. and Mrs. A. C. Crawford and of them shucking I people this town I'
corn. only the
any kjiew Tanlac did
C few days with relatives in Georgia. :Mr. and :Mrs. Roy Smith are the children were the guests of Mr. Craw Messrs. Oiias and Nelson Prescott, meant it and believe I could me you wouldn't good be able to

L. A. Davis, of I'anama Park, was proud parents of a fine boy, born Jan. ford's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. accompanied by Mrs. Zettie Padgett have beat 'em all."-J. A. White make it fast enough to supply

". visiting relatives near Lawtey Sun 8th. Both mother and. child are doing E. B. Thomas Saturday night and motored business. to Jacksonville Saturday on R. F. Lexington, Ky. the dl'mand.-MrB. Mattie C. I
day. Sunday.J. .
well. I '
h Bond Tenn.
lA Mrs. Chas. Hess returned home from George Dyal and family of Cooter E. Douglass: attended church at William Padgett was a business vlsiter "In my thirty years of activepractice MemphIs \

f H Jacksonville last week. Pond, were here Thursday enrouto to Little/ Springs Saturday.Mrs. to Lawtey Saturday.Effie aa a physician I have "Yes, sir, I gained twenty-five
c Misses Edith and Starlingwere
Fred Moore visitor
r last week.was a to Jacksonville Tampa where they will visit relatives . L. F. Johnson and children attended the guests of Misses Janie and never seen anything to equal pounds by taking Tanlac, and I

:r Lonnie left last week for for a while. church at Lulu Sunday. Bertie Carter Sunday.C. Tanlac as a medicine to produce it has been a long time since I ,
Harley !Mrs. Jesse Surrency has returned to rl'flult.-I J. T. Edwards felt as well all do "
Miss Louella Johnson<' returned to visitor now. -Capt.
r. Jacksonville where he has secured a B. Starling was a to High- .
Fayetteville, Ga. Jeff D.
RIggs, Vicksburg Miss.
; position. her home Sunday, after spending a land Saturday afternoon.
) : I W. S. Futch, of Hampton, was visiting Pile. Cured In 6 to 14 Days few days i in Lake City with Miss Belle Miss Elite Harris, our popular schoolteacher

t 1 relatives In Lawtey Sunday. DnuMlit refund money If PAlO OtTTTMENT fall* Cubanks.: spent the week-end with her Twelve Million Bottles Sold in Four Years I
r, of lo cur Itching Blind. Blrodlnit of Procrodlntf PUr. Miss Alieve Johnson hat received p.r..nts.Ir.: and Mrs. Randall Harris,
; S. W. Leach, Jacksonville, was lualintly reiiv.5.. itching File" end you caD Set a
,j' again a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. milul Jaep alter ti. tint Hk*uoo. Ftk ttto card from Mr.\ Rastu Crompton, who of Maxville. I .I'


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