Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 31, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04692
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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Jacksonville, Jan. 30.-Tho arriva! 4 ,' ICi-porter-Sltir received infor-

here last night: of a rather angry futher N (Wainwright, Jr., of Camj will again devote his time to farming" 1lt n...attll", from a confidential source atf.lit
ended the arrangements made bj Johnston, spent Sunday and Moiulajin Edgar Sparks, who has been, Hu- ,)! Va.. this morning that the
two young people who intended to become Sturke with his parents, :Mr. am 1 tinned' at Camp Jackson, S. C. has received l'nilt''' :States:: Food Administration
man and wife. e, Mrs. N I D. Wainwright. : an honorable discharge from cc t. ,p'limung.' to quit, "without a

4 I' Miss Evelyn Bennett, 18 years old, fete Yarborough, son of W. E.: Yen the service and returned to his homeat J Jh TINThat 4
and M. Butler, also 18 years of borough, of Km ford, returned to hi1' Louise Friday Ho! bus numerous I it. ti> say, the United States
I,' arrived in the forenoon alte'l i.. u horns there Saturday morning, having friends ovi r the county who are glad\ t I Pond, Ad nut ntsh'atien i.s going out of
4 Miss Bennett is from Lake Butler received his final discharge to wedconie him back among tht'111. Diisin, S* in the quiet, the thought behind -
a.: I Butler is a resident of Sturke. ova { John Groover, who has been in cam[ Mrs. G. n, Colson. of Brooker is in thus nstiiiuling plan being, that s
But a telephone message from J. I.. i for the past several months has j-e receipt of a I Utter from! .her broth, if tin people do not know it has quit,
\ I Bennett, father of the bride-to-be, arrived ; turned to his home at Brooker with ar 1 Hand Crews, dated Jan. (f, saying helens 'In" will go on adhering to tho rules
I here ahead of the prospective L/r honorable discharge. His many friend nt B.iruriinbe, France, wr.s well h 1 ll, has generally been believed, i if tho
/I" {bride and groom. Consequently Lieut areg. lad. to see him back.George and having a good time but was mix. fact were not actually nil official utterance -
I Thrower i to leave for homo which he that the Food Administrationwould
IJ. R. Lyo", ,-of the police department Powell and Clyde lous I
J" IWBS waiting at he depot when the (I're of our Starke boys who have beer thought would be in a few days I I1 continue in business until after
JOHN; LACY CA SON :\1 ; II. Fowler of f I', DENMARK: : concluded. The law
rain rolled into the station with themsuspecting in France with the American Expeditionary r. nn.11 rll. Geo. peaco was provides
f [ and happy couple. Ht Son of :Mr. and MrI I II. C. Cason, oKiiiford. : Forces, are members of th> Lake Butler, have lately received n I Son of Mr. and :Mrs. S:' Ii. )Denmark, for Much tenure.
who has been in service fou of Itaiford, who entered the eervietSept. Beachnm Food Administrator .
ook both of them to the police eta famous Rainbow Division. letter from their son, William ,\ Braxton
I months. I James E. Thomas, son of W. I,. Fowler, now in France. The young lit. 1918.STTK! ) of Florida, wan Known the message -
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Ion.Mr.. Bennett reached the city during u Thomas, is now in France. The lasl. man is enjoying the bent of health upon its.. receipt here today, but
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jlhe afternoon and claimed his daugh- 4'c9 reports are that he is well and getting and wishes. to inform his friends that would not comment, on the facts.-
.. along: fine. lie expects to be home he cannot write to all of them but will Orlando Reporter-Star, Jan. 21th.
*> NEWS OF ot'n'OI.IEI! \ BOYS : FARM .NOTES I : -. -. -.---- ,
r.It was a rather forlorn looking I lam during !March. !see them when he returns home, which .a .
Linzie Lane, of the U. S. S. Huron, he hopes will be at an oarly date .t' RAIFOliDUniford
who watched parent ,
young man aa aaQ a@ amam@x1xtracte a. a : .' ., a ya.e. .'
valk from the police station. Newport News Va., is spending a thir Friend of Lonnie Moseley, Headquarters
Miss Bennett is a school teacher any from a letter written by: ty day furlough at the home of hill' Co. 17, M. (1.; A. I E.: J-'., have The management of this pine i ill: I l Jan. :HI.-Miss Lora I Johnson -
attractive. Pvt. Eugene: ]Dryden Thrower Co. A, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lane, of! !lately received I letters from hiin. Pvt. now fully (1I'A'llIIi1',1Yith competent of l.invtcy spent the w't>kI'lul111l'1't.
IS very 113 Am Tr., A. P. O. 752, Am. E. F', (irahfm. :Moseley does not like "France BO very heads in every department and the with her mint, Mrs. Dora Tyson.

}'IVEIILE: We sailed from New York on thiith In a letter to his mother ut Brooker well, as he says "It rains seven days visitor is surprised at the thoroughness I Avery Tison, who has been attending
( day of October and landed at Liv dated Dec 15th, Paxton Shirley of out of the week. He had, seen dutyon of the work, no hitch or trouble. school at Sutherland, is home on avisit.

Five Mile, Jan. 31.-Quite a numberof erpoul) England, on the 18th day oOctober American Expeditionary Forces, say,: two fronts before the armistice. was The shoe industry in n late but every 'I . .
our young folks attended a pindei after a very pleasant sei he is hoping to be home within thirty signed. He has traveled! over most of prominent industry' under th II. D I I. Kelly was a business visitor to

and candy boiling at the home voyage. We larded in the mornim. lays the country and on one of his journeysmet management of an able foreman, ani Lawtey Monday. .
'popping Rhett Drawdy Friday night. They and at about nine o'clock that nighwe Guy; C. Cady returned home Saturday up with an old friend Jim Curler. is snv>ng the Stale thousands. of dollars The State Farm Minstrel\ gave a pa
pe4 report a pleasant time. took the train and roils all nigh after having served in the army Like most of the boys still on duty over annually. Nothing in lout- hoe> rude, through town Saturday after

t and Mrs. P. P. De- ane went into a rest camp at Codford, for several months as a member of the there, pvt. Moseley is l longing for are made and l repaired, and are of the 1I01ln.I .
Mrs. B. L. Dukes England: where we spent three or fou military police at Hoboken, N. J. Ill the time to come when ho can return ht'st11 old shoes lire brought in am A. I II). Andrews was a business visitor -
Worthington one
We were shopping in ; days, taking a few hikes through the has been mustered out of service anc home. rebuilt. I to Lake Butler Monday.Joe .

r day last week.h' very beautiful country. After leaving The chicken industry under\ the management Jones. of Sapp, was a visitor
, Mr. and Mrs. D, J. Thomas spent there we rode all day and nigh df Mr. John W. :Morgan (one here Saturday
''unrlny with Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Blume and part of the next day to find ourselves "3-F" MEETINGS BRADFORD; ) ASSESSOR: AND COLLECTOR To of the prisoners) i ill becoming one ol I Kev.I E.: c Wells filled his regular

a Messrs. L. G. and Geo. Johnson and at Southampton, which yoi WERE LARGELY ATTENDS!) InTll1tTO; LAKE: B1'TI.lnThe : the best ill the country, and l In syH'tematizing appointment at the Baptist church on

fro Blume were Sunday visitors atrfr. have always! heard *o much of, fo it with it view of the hexl I| Sunday morning, but owning to illness!
Oekle. there was where the Titanic was built, Th "3-F" meetings held in Bradford tax collector and assessor, did a egg producers possible, trap nests am wax compelled to leave on the afternoon ,
Mrs. T .P. Dekle spent Sunday aft That night we boarded the U. S. S, county Jan. 20( and 21st were in every big business in Luke Butler Tuesday modern methods, being employee train Kev. Barnes delivered the
t ernoon with Mrs. B. L. Dukes. Yale and crossed the English Chnnne respect a success and the interest and mid Wednesday. Money seemed to be throughout. The plant proper .eon sermon in the evening.
and landed at Havre, France, when enthusiasm shown by the farmers win plentiful and the people anxious to sluts of one breeding house, partition. Owing to the illiiuss of the pastor,
\ Mills Delle Dukes to motored see her over friend nearlooker we spent three or four days and found indeed gratifying to the speakers taking PitY so much so that they were unableto r d| off into twelve ,pens each, ench poi the revival at the Baptist church waste
", Sunday ourselves moving again.: We rode foil part in these meetings. issue receipts to nil that applied.They ,. accommodate. one male and ten t to .piislpnned., ( a later diite.Juite .
,"'c JMiss Cone. days and! stopped at n place calloirioremel The meetings were conducted under have therefore decided to gn' fifteen females, ncronling to the clasi I ( n large ri'owd of tho Rnifordpeople
i\ ( Mrs. P. P. Dekle made a business in the province of Mnrto- the auspices" of the U. S. Department again setting the dates for Feb 11th :" elected! from the bout layers of the I [ iittrnili'il. the min trol) at the
trip to Lake Butler Saturday ham this is somethini of Flat and 12th. tate Farm Saturday evening
-row province Agriculture and University ,entire "....k. There i is one house foi
Mrs. Viola Dukes was attending to similar to our state. After detrainini; ids Agricultural Extension Divillionwith They cannot now promise any more I Incubation I tcioln, etc:; me hoimr i'',. bliss Iura Anderson, ono of the
business in Five !Mile Saturday. here we hiked /fifteen miles to a littl L. K. Highfill as leader for the trips there this season, BO would pec-ially adapted for mixing tho Labs 11uhers of Itruoker school, spent the
'f Mrs. Martha Dukes visited Mrs.! Ad- town by the name of Josselin and team of speakers in Bradford county, strongly urge everybody, in that section ,rhicks through their first three ''''l'lt-'n,1, here with her parents..
'.', die Blume one day last week spent 15 days. We had! quite a nici!! assisted by :Miss S. 1>. Griffin, of the to avail themselves of this oppor- months, one house for young pullet I Ben Meiritt, who has recently 'ar-
Mr. Blnckwelder. of Lulu, Visited time all the way through, and when Florida State College for Women, am tunity to make settlement.We up to when they mature and start U rived from over-Heu, was visiting 4
i Five Mile Tuesday. the 15 days were up then we all hike County Agent C. p. Gunn, of Alachua would also like to call the peo laying. From there they will be trans. J friends in town Saturday
Mrs. B. J. Thomas and I children visited back and caught the train again' to county. At Lawtey the party was assisted pie's attention to the fact that tho erred to the laying houses on the I Miss iertruilo Anderson. attendedthe
relatives near Worthington last ride four days and nights. Now W(' in the meetjng by Mrs. J. D Governor has issued instructions that farm where they will have free range teachers Institute at I.ake Butler

Saturday. are at Marseilles, in Southern France Randall, who gave a very able and instructive the tax books must close the 1st of At present there are five laying houses Saturday.
Mr*. Amanda Thomas spent Friday We are all engaged in convoy wort lecture.At April. No extension of time. Wo each containing 100( layers, and 1'rof Il/iriii-K was visitor. U lake
Bight with her friend, Mrs. B. L, Duke. and I have just come back off a con Little Springs school the party would like to make an appeal to the probably before the end of the year a Ilutler Saturday, attending the teach
Dr Mann, accompanied by Dr. King, voy. I took a F. W. D. truck from was entertained for dinner at the home people to make !settlement now. It dozen more of these laying houses! will rrs' institute.
made Five Mile a professional visit here up to Dijon-351 miles from here of Mr. Dubose, one of the prosperous will be impossible for us to issue receipts he needed. There are now three varieties It. 11. Roberts' of Worthingtoa/ was e
Saburdny.MVssrs. -There were 2fi of us in this convoj farmers of that section of Bradford to everybody, i if they all wait of chickens: S. C Rhode Is- a visitor to town Monday afternoon.
Ancil and John Parrish were and we had a real nice time, thoughit county, and such a dinner no memberof until the last to pay land Reds, Barred Plymouth Itol'ksand Mr. Mason, of Wilson-Masoa Co.,
transacting business in Lake Butler rained on us pretty near all the the party ever remembered having ,I -- S. C. White Leghorns. Some ol was in town Tuesday, the gu at of A.

Saturday. way, and some of us had pretty bad eaten before. MILLER: this stock is from the best laying I). Andrews.
Mr. Johns of Guilford, was in Five colds but have about got them buster! At Miller school a large and inter I',I' strai/i of their respective breeds in tho! Mrs J. C. Jones visited in Jacksonville

Mile on business Wednesday up again. Now, on this convoy trip ested group of farmers and farm women i i Miller Jan. :31.-B. E. Brown wasa United, States Some males hero now several days this'wt'l'k..
Master Pitt Pinkston visited Five we had a pretty good chance to see the attended the meeting and unusual' business visitor to Luke Butler Sat are valued at $10. Every; layer is Leo Sapp, of Jacksonville, was called
bran; a.e.1 "', country, and believe me, there is. some interest was manifested by the farmers urday.Miss. logged, and unions they are good) layers home this week, owing to illness\ in
.i In, inti.liei, :'t.! and :Mr. Connorere his family. ,
very beautiful country along the route present in the matter of securing : Lottie Stokes, primary teacher are tnken out of the flock.
attending to business. in Five we covered. There are cathedrals here' better hops for breeding stock.A of Miller school spent the week-end The farm cimmsts of nearly 20.000"CI'f' Mrs. George; Perry, of Lake Park,
file Friday. 'milt in 120(5( and 1207 clear up to the of Bradford' county's best farmIng fin; visited her sister, Mrs II. W. Ral-
Mrs. L
Mr. and
letter sent to all the county 8J"ent.of her parents' ,
Wesley Andrews was looking afteris present time. It is almost impossible land, of which 8,000() acres are under ford, this week.A. .
the II. Rolfs directorof Stokes of Lake Butler.
state by ,
business interests in our section to describe these wonderful sights or fence, half of that cleared, stump- T. Ml/.cll: wan a business visitor ,
I ne day last week. paper for I could never tell you half extension work for the state, contained Eugene;; ]Douglass made a business i'il and under cultivation. Much of to Jacksonville Monday, returning, that L
the about the meet-
I Mr. Long and family motored out to what I want to tell you, but when 1 I following trip to Ellisville Saturday.Mr. this IK wrll drained with surface night.J. .
[Mr. Howard's farm one day last weeko get home which won't he very long, 1 I ings in Bradford county: : Carl Brown and! sister Miss drains. Sub-drninage in now under L. Whit ten was a business visitor -
[ partake of a picnic dinner. They run tell you all about them. "Bradford county is also setting a Carrie Belle, attended l the sing at Midway i-onsiderntion' which, when completed\ to Jacksonville several days this
"were accompanied by Mrs Nettie I know that President lively pace, and each of the meetings Sunday will make this the largest farm and week
Mann, of Lake Butler. Wilson guess is he-you' "*>" Drench say that of the county had a record attendanceand I Miss Anna Belle Peeples who h1, nne( of the finest in the State. Miss perlu Whitten who Is attend.
1 We are sorry to r"port that the con- he and! Perching are the greatest; men enthusiasm was high, with the ; been attending school at Lake Butler At present there are 750/ head of tng! school at Starke, was home from
.Wit ion of Mr. Tuck Andrews' family that ever lived. I would like to nee farmers already making plans! for increased spent Saturday and Sunday with her cattle, consisting of Angus, Jerseys Thursday until Monday, owing to th.reappearance .

has not improved. They now have so- him but don't guess will get to. I saw production of staple farm !I parents Mr and Mrs. H. C. Peeples and. Florida range cuttle, 1.000 headof of the flu in the school
;cured the services of a trained nurse. crops visitor hogs, some of them over 400 poundsin there.
him in New York City. N. II. Stokes was a recent \a
", L. S. Dekle was a business visitorto Lake Butler. weight and l of the best, breeds, 1200 ,- Mrs. T. It. and Frank Hsndlcy visiteil -
Five Mile Saturday. Extracts from a letter written to BON; VOYAGE FOR McADOOMr. head l of chickens and turkeys, 125 in Jacksonville several days last
,, J. S. Howard and family paused of Starke her County Superintendent Pop.- head of mules and homes. and the ma week
Mrs. F. A. Scott, by of
,.through Five Mile Monday.Mrs. cousin Capt. Samuel R. Ward, A. E. MeAdoo left yesterday for Ii pell, of Starke, and P. M. Padgett the school, rhinery and tools to operate the Farm. Mrs. John Ritch and dllughtfor,Miss
Lily Andrews visited Mrs. B. L. Southern California. Hope he rides on Lake Butler, member There Is an electric tight plant to Efh, visited' relatives here last w..k.
F., France visited! Miller school day _.
board one .
hakes Sunday.B. a Pullman that is cold, no towels! no furnish power to run the saw mill, -- -- -- --
V. Gainey made a business trip Perhaps you are womiering if I am water, and is charged $1.50 for a 30 last!' w'pek, Mr. Padgett intends! to vU- priNt: mill, rice mill corn crushes, cane r'lcHI.ANN IIONORF.D: IT
to Lake Butler one day last week. still alive now after the armistice has cent meal In the diner, and that the it each school in his district that he mill cotton gin, shoe factory, watpr INTERIOR DEPARTMRNT
Mn. Addle Blume visited Mrs. P. P. been signed and extended for another train is -10 hours late. But undoubted. may learn the needs of the schools. pumps, and electric lights.

Dekle Monday, combining business month. I am real happy to say that J ly he rides in a private car with priority This is very commendable of Mr. Pad All the feed .tor the stock, corn for Prof. II. B. Lane, of this city, has P

;with pleasure. am very much alive and! feel that I order over other trains.-Clearwater gett. bread, pork, syrup, etc., is raised l or been honored by the Department of
L. G. Johnson is busy sowing oats. did my duty in this great war, even Sun. With the porter asleep l'. D. Gunn, formerly county agentof made here. the 'Interior of the Federal Govern
though! I was not in the infantry so I most of the time day and night, and this county, now of Alachua coun The. prison population Is about BOO ment by being: asked to address the
CIOOL' RE-OPENS could go over the top with the others.I when you need him and ring for him ty, Prof. Highfill of the State University _ni) of these being women; 150 are "National Conference of Rural Education : -
left my regiment one month after you have to go and hunt him up, then at Gainesville, and Miss Griffin of hospital subjects and cripples; 15 con- and Country Life," which is to be
The High School re-opened Monday reaching France and have been on be met with a growl and a lazy yawn. the State College for Women, Tallahassee sumptives, who are in the tuberculosisward held in Daytona, Feb. 2nd l to 4th. The
I after a three-day suspension. The ; some kind of special duty almost the Zrphyrhills Colonist. visited our school In the interest ; the balance are No. 2'., not able subject assigned to Prof. Lane is:
school officials felt that the influenza ,entire time tince. I was with a corp of the "3-F" drive They all gave Tor turpentine work. "Better town and'( city high schools as

|}was not sufficiently prevalent to ne- I artillery park during the St. !Mihiel GLANDERS BECOMES EPIDEMIC: interesting talks, and a number of our After deducting all stuff used on related to better schools. in the improvement -
.'cessitnte a longer suspension. Profestsor 'drive, then we moved to the Argonne AMONG; ARMY: HORSES citizens were present to hear the the F'arm, sales have been made as! of country life." This is
S. S. Howling, principal of the i Forest where the hard fighting took speeches. followsWood: $15,000; cattle, $!.- the first time this national organization -

''school, has been ill since Wednesday'' plac My chief duties were hauling! Washington, Jan. 21.-Orders have Algar Thomas and sister, Miss Vir. //j 50()%, Eggs, 2520 eggs for the month has met in the far South and the .
IT .f the present week, but it is not ammunition to the front. I was usually been sent to Camp McClelland, Ala., erie and Miss Mabel Brown attendedthe ndinjf Jan. 25, 191f! at un average educators of Florida who recognize the
I thought he has influenza. Miss Matthews I on one trip from eighteen to thir- cancelling the auction of more than sing at Midway Sunday evening. jf fiR rents per dozen In open market. educational needs of the state. are talc
of the faculty, has returned to I ty-six hours and I went right: up to the one thousand horses and mules, it is George Shaller was a visitor in our Over 2,000 acres of land has beenInwed ing a live interest in this conference r+,
duty, after a brief illness. Mr. A. C. front lines at times. The roads were this _. Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel. t tCapt.
that officer was caused by reports that an section Sunday evening ) year
Crews the eighth grade teacher Is always so congested one Company
The State Farm Amusement
epidemic glanders had appeare.1among
business tripto
Iconfined to his home with a severe case was not given a convoy of. more than Roland Thomas made a Is marvel
the animals, is the announce- put on a good minstrel show to a' Witch certainly a ;
.f pneumonia, but is reported to be ten motor trucks, and then sometimes ment made by the War Department.would Ellisville Saturday. rowded house Saturday night. They all the prisoners worship him, and h.
would lose some of them before he Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Clyatt, of Mi-
somewhat improved. will\ put on "Little Miss Nobody" next trt-nts them as human beings, cooperating
finally reached the destination. canopy, are visiting/ the home of the Saturday night This is a high class with them In all\ their effortsto
WHERE'S THE Ct'RRICl'LUM: : ? i I returned to the division (5th) afIter like to either go on to the former's brother D. L. Clyatt. vaudeville. The manager is V. M. make good. The majority when

; the armistice was signed to join Rhine or go home. I never like to Miss Lottie Stokes: attended the flugjf.; secretary and treasurer, E. C. they leave here will be vastly better lV'
It is told that Prof. Draper was ,hem; on the move to the Rhine. Ater (- stay in one place very long. I spenta teachers institute at Lake Butler Sat- Harris, stage manager, E. L. Dolloff. by this treatment.
visitors through the : stopping a few times on the way few days in Paris not long ago andI hand about 3,000 i'
j showing some urday. Sixty-five hogs were killed Monaa,. There is now on
handsome school building here at ; we finally stopped in this town (Bat- enjoyed the trip very much. Have bedside bushels of sweet potatoes, and a.n
T. }L Waters was called to the J, L. Branch came in for a 5-year
Leesburg. Finally he took them into embourg: ) in the Duchy of Luxembourg. just received three copies of the Telegraph of his mother, near Lake Butler, Itaya few days ago. Capt. Collier Is abundance of corn for all purposes until -
Looks though we are good Oct. 11, 18, 25, which I enjoyed
i another building connected and said: as who is suffering from influenza-pneu tow quite III with cold. Supt. J. S. the next crops are raised. Plentyof
I have learnedo much. These the first
I "Here is oitr Auditorium. Don't you for the winter very are monia. She Is still seriously ill. flitch's son Is down with the flu. Hon. syrup, rice, etc.
dandy" They did. Then speak a little French, and now if I copies I have received since sometimein of armed guards
)kink: (it Is a received the sad N. A. Blitch, Railroad Commissioner, The large number
one well Informed lady' said they'd alk: any it has to be in German, so I July. T. S. Langford death of his brother's was a visitor here last week. Victors and bosses heretofore used here is now
seen all the building except the Cur- lever carry on a very extended con- Since writing you last I have been news of the left to attendthe come daily and are welcome. relieved and trusties have taken their .
would he pleas hurry rersation with the civilians promoted to captain. My address has wife near Trenton and saving to
liculum and which held The absence of armed guards is no- places, which makes
I and show It to them as they had an en- I have no news yet of when this di- changed some, too, since you last funeral services were I iceable, and cause a great surprise the State and gives improved lervice.M .
Pl'enMnt.-Leesbur&, Commercial. rision is likely to start home, but I heard from me Sunday. .



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rr I Herman C. Crosby, Starke. Oscar Mitchell, Starke. had just come from encountering him

,,a $f E f $ fZai$ 1 fRi stl t .S t rd., tqi > Olin B. Hazen, Brooker. Percy Lawton Lake Butler. without flinching. They saw thing*
j Clifford D. Moore, Lake Butler. Jerry Anderson Oak. differently from what they had even

Robert Fulton Rivers, Lake Butler'. Edwin Davis, High Springs seen them before or will ever see them
Joseph R. Rosier, Lake Butler. Thomas Albert Starke. again. All the pettiness, the make-
Jesse B. Alexander, Hampton Seamore E. Robinson, Lake Butler. believes, the conventionalities of exis. I

Clarence A. Rtch, Raiford. Ben Phenians, Hampton tence, had fallen away. They recognized .
Benjamin Altman, Raiford. Lessie L. Ross, Starke. true meanings, true values and true
Jesse I. Ogden. Graham. Taylor Young, Lake Butler proportions. They were lifted out of
; i plUt ul Cecil G. Prescott, Starke. Elisha Jones, Lake Butler. and above themselves. Things were
t I Edwin W. Freeman, Starke. Richard Wise, Starke. revealed to them. They struck depths

Norman Shealey, Worthington. Harlice Mabry, Lake Butler, R. 2, they found words, they rose to heights:
sti h G wI .t r '; i2t rd ga H. C. Richard, Starke. Box 130.Monroe. which were not accessible to them before -

Frank Lane Starke. Hedgman Lake Butler. and probably will not be accessi
I $9G >i ', at
)C nr .
r t tI E. C. Scott, Starke.
Edgar Barnes, Starke. ble to them again.
Fred W. Lagergren, Starke.Dr. S "These letters are not only in the
II $
I III, i $ $ t l,; I I Iti $Je ap QQ a g) )S. A. H. Freeman Starke. BOOK OF AMERICAN GLORY true sense of the term human documents
gp Stafford L. Crews, Lake Butler. of the rarest value, but emanating
Othello Hardin, Lulu. Otto II. Kahn, in addressing the as they do from writers of the
Rutgers Alumni Association widest diversity of birth
I III recently, upbringing
s + I Q liasz$
.r I I I, I 41I )f Q, f 1 Q Gt j. Ef + ColoredOren proposed that steps be taken to preserve occupation and race, they are a supreme -
I I III ql I' I t,, a p $ 61 dy $,, Wilson, Starke. in book form 500 letters from demonstration of the workingsof
Malachi Zimmerman, New River. American soldiers and sailors that best ,I the crucible which is America, and I
f Purvis Jones, Dukes. bespeak the American spirit in the I of the irresistibly compelling power of
I I t l '?L rkr ( ;Qjs3tfiti3f% if jt'o,$ ; Siftt, ls "1$ 111111k+ I i>!$ Doris Jones, Dukes. the war. its appeal and spirit, upon those who l,

I III I I I i i.ll atrt!a".5 .;' f ts l)1fl I f.:4 Hayes Cooper, Worthington. "The book of American glory," Dr. are brought: within its!\ orbit. They are
II I '' ; Ip l'gis$ Clarence Newsom,
I I ? fat $ 13g, Raiford. Kahn said "contains no nobler pages proof conclusive of the theory of
Edgar Davis, Starke. than those which America both
record the superb ; they are assurance and
: Joe Roberts Graham. heroism cf our fighting men in the admonition for the future."
James English, Starke.
war no'so happily concluded, and the --S --
Arthur Caraway, Elkton. passion of patriotic devotion which everywhere !MOVEMENT! WAS HEAVY
it I I III tI PisJ George II. Scott, St. Augustine, 86 exalted the and AND PRICES IRREGULARThe
i III I I men women .
itltllltll l I ht i II I jiff ILL Lovett St.Robert .
I 'bll II I II u< many races wno make America.
I I I fll I lull I) I I r i l l y h,II I I Iii I I I Illllhul Enoch II. Franklyn, Lawtey. I "We have seen humanity up at its highest I summary of the Bureau of
,' I ; , I I I Anthony, Lulu.
ket's review
I II III and greatest. We may not indulge i weekly of fruits and Mar-I
I I , I I I I I I I I Charley Fountain, Worthington.
i stables
i I I I I Iw the hope that we shall be able covering shipments for
II'I'I' I, u I Illhir. i'' ,h If4i it I I lul II tU4II Rod Fred l Dell, Starke. nently to maintain ourselves perma at the United States, for the period of
li Wilkerson
I III LI ICI i l l l I li I) I Jumps McNeal, Sapp.Brooklyn. level of thought' feeling and action, to uary 14-20, inclusive says:
I Li II I II which we were lifted by the force of "Shipments increased still further
II'I I II I I I II'III YOU can t help cutting loose Joy us Arthur Robert D. Clark Starke. lofty inspiration. But we do earnestly a and were very heavy for the time of

I I Ii, I s every time you flush your Willie Barton. Brooklyn hope, and surely we shall not fail to the year, with total of 8,407 cars or

Co:'.10 l'rlghl'" l i i I I I'' II smokespot with Prince Albert-it hits John W.Roberts Ross Starke. strive, that some, at least, of the 1,400 cars above the heavy movementof
IIi Hampton.
It "".vno...." ''" II things the Nation hag the week before and 3,700 cars
.Jub..u I.u. you so fair and square It's a scuttle full of jimm/ Robert Hudson, Graham will remain gained spiritually above that of the corresponding weekof
x" pipe and cigarette makin's sunshine and as satisfy Willie Turner Graham as enduring attain-
B1Nr. sc' ments. And we trust we shall find, last year. The !greater activity
( '' ing as it is delightful 1 every hour of the twenty-four 1 John Gilbert Calloway Stewart, ,Starke.Lnwtey. many of us: aa these solemn years recede included all leading lines except cel-
that in our individual souls ery and grapefruit and was especially
I ' ? r "'f It's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure Charley Whitten, Hampton. have stored up assets which will remain we- marked in potatoes and oranges. Pri
I Fcr P. A. b Charley Lee, Starke. t ces advanced for apples, onions, let-
j pasture trigger-ready to give you more Joe Meddock, Graham. permanent possessions. I

tobacco fun than you ever had in your smolcecareer.That's Seymore McClover, New River. "I have had occasion to read numerous tuce, oranges for potatoes and grapefruit dry beans and, cabbage declined --

because it has the Jesse Matthews, New River. letters written by officers and men .
y. y. of string beans and spinach. Other
our from I
army their
i Dubignon C. Goff, Starke. cantonments lines "
leading held
', t a ,,4, Quick; as you know Princa Albert you'll write it dov/n James Stewart, Raiford. here and abroad, from the steamers I I fairly steady.

tt, "t. that P. A c'.V! ret lao: ysir tongue or parch your throat Lawson Foster, New River. which carried them to Europe, from WAR BRANCH RULES AS TO
hospitals and from the
r' ; ' Ant'! it /?* ----1 ."*'/ Fr -, our exclusive patented process Julius Lonnie Hogan Williams Lawtey., Raiford. These letters bear the stamp firing and I TilE DISCHARGED SOLDIERS

cuts out t.:.if.; ' .r..''i. Try it for what ails your tongue! Obediah G. Goodwine, Starke. press of a great time. They are Washington, Jan. 21.-To solve the

) M %>y' . Toppy rd bag, tidy rd tint, handsome pound and half pound tin Elbc-rt Stokes Dukes them touched in with their a sentiment great spirit. Some of problem of unemployed discharged
r humidor*-and that clar. practical pound crystal glamt humidor wittttpong Thomas L. DeSue, Starke. and their views soldiers, the War Department has ordered -
moittfnar top thai brpa tn* tobacco in such pmrftct condition Elijah Emith, Jacksonville 619 W. their'expressions are of exalted ] that no man be discharged from.
I and touching beauty. i
St.'Avery the
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem. N. C. Hankerson Starke. "The boys who wrote them, were on such Army time as against he can his obtain desire employment until.

James Dell, Starke their way to look death ,in the face or in civil life.
-- -- ---- -----
: Richard McGill Starke. I
William Hi Morgan, Raiford.
Amos Williams, Starke.
: Walter L. Burgess, Berlin, Ga., R., J
Joe Rouse
Bradford To
County'S Contribution 1 Box 45.
Abram Johnson, Dukes.
Davis! Silas Hall, Brooker. .
Eddie Dyal, Raiford.Isaiah Robert Johnson Lulu. I I t
Uncle Sam In The World War. Smith, Lulu. Collee Laskett, Lake Butler. __
Guilford Bullocks Lulu. _
Elisha O. Stafford, Lake Butler. tI
V OJ Mack\ McCoy, Starke.
Frank Starling, Starke.
t r To aid Uncle Sam and the entente in Willie I. Dubose, Plant City. Harry Lawson Tillis, Starke. Jesse Sewell Brooker. I
Thomas E. Johnson, Starke.
putting an'end to the of German
menace Zenas Z. Griffin Starke. Hugh Hall, Lake Butler.
,f militarism, Bradford county sent John E. Harris, Lulu. Joseph L. Harrison, Worhtington.L. Arthur Kennedy, Jacksonville, R. 2,

"V 343 soldiers to the colors. Of that Charles M. Underhill, Starke. O. Jones Johnston City, 111., R. 2, Box Lawrence 335. Green THE UNIVERSAL CAR
number 242 white 101 colored.
were ; Wilson Bryan, Sapp. Box 906.Henry.
Arthur Simmons, Ocala Box
The'lint below In as near correct as Joe D. Peele, 44 Folkes St., Way- W. Burney Lawtey.
d IN, was possible to compile and any omission cross, Ga.James Johnnie B. Watts, Brooker, Box 36. Jim Fleming, Hastings.Joe .
xf names, of those who were actually L. Hightower Thereat. Earney J. Dowling Waldo. dandy, Starke.
The of the Ford Motor
Johnnie Givens, Dukes policy Com-
3 accepted and sent to training
Percy Osteen, Lake Butler. Charles E. Dees, Starke.
camp, inaccuracy of addresses and Ernest C. Williams, Lake Butler. Carl A. Prevatt. Lawtey. Charley Foster, Lake Butler. pany to sell its cars for the lowest possi-
Thomas Mitchell Graham.St. .
any other Jiscreprancies will be gladly Barney E. Thomas, Hickox: Ga. Allen Wilson Thomas, Lake Butler. ble
Marks Robinson Brooker. price consistent with dependable !
rectified if relatives of the men will Robert B. Griffls Anthony. Roan J. Turner, Lake Butler. ,
i '.. notify the Telegraph. The purpose of Samuel Thomas Lake Butler. Sidney S. Lambert Brooker. Charley Martin Hampton. quality, is too well known to require
publishing this list is to have it madeas Robert DeSue Starke.
Adam T. Sapp, Raiford. Sladie M. Sasser Starke.
near correct as possible, and in this Rance J. Petty, Raiford. Oscar R. Strickland, Starke. Thomas Mixon Hampton. comment. Therefore, because of pres-

{' undertaking we ask our readers to'' Seth W. Roberts, Guilford. Virgil S. Green, Lake Butler. Cupid Walter Hamilton Bryant ,Brooklyn.Starke. ent conditions, there can be no changein
set us right: on any inaccuracy. Olson S. Thomas, Dukes. Charlie Cooper Starke.
f i i! Whites Carlton Grime, Lawtey. Columbus McCullough, Lulu j James Blaine Tunsil A. Robinson, Lake,Butler.Lawtey. the prices on Ford cars: :

Schell D. Carver, Lake Butler Arthur M. Sapp, Lawtey. Robert II. Green Brooker. Richard King, Lake Butler Runabout $500.00
ry' Owen J. Anders, Starke. Ernest McKinney, Starke. Jeff Griffls, Lawtey.
% 1 Roan II. Griffls, Starke. Truby Griffis, Lawtey. Charles W. Peeples, Hampton. Walter Dwight Keith Speed,,Lake Brooklyn.Butler. Touring car 525.00

Everett Clemons, Hrooker. Frank Stern Starke. Thomas M. Hewitt Lake Butler. Richard Hicks, Summers. Coupelett 650.00

Othoe A. Mizell, Worthington.Frnnklin Joseph E. Williams, Worthington. Volley McKinney, Starke. Walter Speed, Brooklyn. Chassis
P. Jones, Sampson City. | Charles Bloodsworth, Raiford. Percy W. McLeod, Dukes, R. 1. Buell Dukes,, Lake Butler. 475.00
Adam Tison, Raiford. Reddu.-k B. Thomas, Brooker. William A. Fowler Lake Butler. Sedan 775.00 '
Emanuel Houston, Lawtey.
p. Nick Johns, Starke. I Cyrus Ii. Sistrunk, Starke. James William White, Ft. Meade,
Plemon Johnson Brooker.
Mason! Elixxon, Lake Butler Frank A. J. Boyle, Lake Butler. D. Ritch Green, Starke. Truck Chassis 550.00
I Linsey Ivey, Lake Butler.
Andrew Green Raiford. Harry Pinkston, Dukes. William A. Dubose Starke. Donnell Perry, Lulu. These prices f. o. b.
Phillip P. Nettles, Lulu. James E. K. Thomas, Dukes. Brince Tillis, Starke.
I Jim Ervin, Lake Butler.
Claud S. Addison, Lawtcy. Jesse Thomas, New River Orin Reddish, Starke.
Oscar Lee, Raiford.
Charley J. Powell, Starke. John L. Thigpen Brooker. Walter W. Graham, S. Jacksonville. Herschell Grant, Raiford. FORD GARAGEA.
Bryant OrifllH, Raiford. R. Daniel Forsyth, Starke. Judson S. Hurst Guilford. Phillip Mahammery, Lake Butler. '
Cecil I. Ca.son, Lake Butler Lonzo Crawford Starke. Thomas V. Williams, Starke.
George Riley, Lake Butler
t Levy E. Johns, Hampton. I Irvin Dekle, Lake Butler. Ethan A. Sapp, New River Matthew Myers, Lawtey. W. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors
Grover; Leo Jenkins, Worthingto. Ellie Wells Raiford.! Owen J. G. Phillips Lawtey. .
Beaty, Sapp.
"t 9 William Sapp, Starke. Alfonso Jones, I Raiford. Raymond Norman, Raiford. Ben I Roberta Raiford. STARKE, FLORIDA
j William A. Herry, New River. George II. Pearce Luwtey. Ernest M. Futch, Lawtey. Joseph DeSue, Starke.
Emmett: K. ferryman, Stark William C. Woolen, Lnwtey.St. Henry E. GrilHs, Starke. Nathaniel Williams. Lake Butler. I
Silas P. Yarborough: Raiford. Clair A. Bryan, Raiford. John M. Groover, Brooker. Matthew Flowers, Lake Butler.
John M. Little, Lake Butler Leonard G. Davis, Charleston W. Charles B. Johns, Starke, R. 3.
Lester Roberts, Lake Butler. Va.. :307 Reynolds: St. William Pasco Weeks, Lulu.
John i I. !Marr highland Carlos G. Gordon, Raiford. Luther II. Cribba Starke.
Roman Addison, Lake Butler. I Henry Whitehead, Lake Butler. Daniel L Chesser, Lake Butler.
Herm-hell! K. Crosby, Starke. Mattie M. Morgan Starke. Wm. A. Moitt, Starke.
Fred O. Thomas, Starke. Allie F. Peele, Lawtey. Allen T. Carter, Brooker.
John T. Reddish. Lawtey William D. Hurst, Guilford. Albert Golden Worthington.
Lem Khodon, Raiford. Bruzzel J. demons. Lulu. George A. Anderson, Starke. Not Measured In

a Arthur C. Pearce, Lawtey. Mertie Newmans, Starke. Arley R. Reynolds: Graham.
William O. Forsyth, Lake Butler. Isaac N. Nettles, Lake Butler. Percy W. Kelley, Lake Butler.
Herbert! I. Whitten, Raiford. Robert A. Blanchard, Lawtey. Archibald Thomas Starke.R. .
Walter S. Whitten I Raifordl) Omre M\ Shallar Lake Butler II. Willford. Lake Butler.
t Pearce E. Crumpton, Lake Butler. Jeff Green Lake Butler, Route B. DeWitt T. McGill.\ Lake Butler.M. I
Marion L, Johnson, Lulu. Hardy Williams, Starke. L. Bradley, Lawtey. Dollars and Cents
y George W. Shallar, Lake Butler Nelvey Johns, Raiford. Luther G. Cooper, Starke.
Franklyn C. Stokes, Sampson City. Oscar T. Newsom, Starke. Edwin L. Schunck Lawtey.
' Joel B. Griffin' Raiford. James! R. Williamson Guilford Tate Kite, Starke.
a, James D. F. Bell Lulu. Ernest B. Wells Lawtey. Wiley TA. Andrews, Brooker. I
Charles F.Moore, Starke. I Calvin Griffis, Raiford. Floyd Green, Starke. The lull measure of a bank account i i. not merely in the number of dollars and cents

% William M. Norman Starke. Eugene,: Finley Starke. John M. Darby Starke. you succeed in getting together.! The full measure i is found in the I
Guy C. Cady. :Starke. Marion C. Wilson Lawtey. Edward B. Andrews, Jr., Brooker.
,I Oren E. Green, Starke. William A. Bessent, Jr., Starke. Ury M. Knight: Brooker.
Francis E. Beville, Wauchula, co| Eugene D. Thrower, Starke. Bert Johns, Starke. HABITS OF THRIFTinculcated
Glover A Me Rao. William B. Strickland Jacksonville, John Riley Crews Lake Butler.
Fred G. Jones, Starke. 325 May Street. Ray V. Wilson Lake Butler.

t' Ray Newsom, Stark. William M. Phillips, Miami, 120 N. Henry E. Freeman Starke. during the time the account is accumulating. This bank solicits the opportu-

. Sidney E. Tricst. There sa.i Ave. D.Willie. Charles L. Wainright: Starke. with in accumulating both the account and the habit.
i I; 1 Eugene: K. Shallar, Lake Butler. Williams Raiford. Luther G. Powell, Starke.A. nity to co-operate you

Newton Strickland, Starke. John Hodge, Brooker. Dennis Andrews, Raiford.
Elisha W. Wilkinson. Sapp. Richard B. Moore, Lulu. John W. Willard, Starke.Ab .
Isaac B. Carlton, Starke. Tate P. Denmark. Raiford. Johns. StarW.
Calvin G. Crews, Hrooker. I Luther Jackson Valdosta Ga., co[ Rude A. Wells. Starke. BANK OF STARKE
) Arthur B. Williams, Starke. G. S*&: F. Ry. Willie G. Stringfellow, Starke. J
Alex A. Ott, Lawtey. John Griffis, Raiford. John L. Shriver Brooker. .
1 John B. Mc enl, Dukes D. O. McRae, Starke. Marcus F. Brown Lawtey. STARKE FLA. ,
John B. Starling, Lawtey. Edward Calvin Prevatt Lawtey. James K. Thrower Starke. ,
yt Eugene Griffla, Starke. Otis E. Leach, Starke. John W. Pinholster, Brooker.
(!n!? James T. !Moody, Starke. Brooke E. Starling. Lawtey. Charles Beasley, Starke. State County and City Depository
1' Elijah N. Coleman, Starke. Elisha Griffls Lawtey. I Raiford: Epperson Starka. h
Nathan E. Baxter, Brooker. John M. Dukes! Lake Butler. William :Marion Wainwright Starke
!. Randolph Addison: Luwtey. I Willie R. Williams, Lake Butler. I George W. Brown Lawtey. I




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-- --- - burial. When the i is the of
c-------------------: -- : pared for clothingwas duty each and every Tax
I taken from Hazard's body it was Collector of the State to have, all

; News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. seen that strips of an old towel were books closed, by the first of July 1919.)

.. ....... bound about the calves of both logs. Owing to the non-enforcement of 1A
_.........r..n..r.r.aa.ww .........-- I .
I : I The towels were unwrapped and the these laws in the past thero have

I L I Live State News j wounds in the back of both limbs were I been four defalcations among the Tax

: seen. If Hazard was murdered the Collectors of the State. Therefore, us

.. n... rsw.a+. .. .,".".._: murderers took a lot ot trouble to exe- Governor of Florida, I do not propose
; cute the deed in n rather unusual man to show any leniency or clemency in
Told by Our Exchanges.A ner. If robbery was the motive the regard to any Tux Collector whose

__ _ __ ____ 6 murderer knew where Hazard's mon books are still open: July first 1919!
- ey was kept, as the shirts and undershirts for any year, and! this 18 to give each

Palmetto grower sold two and a ing. The girls were about thirteen were pulled up. Also if robbery and every Tax Collector of Florida

half acres of lettuce to a commission I years of age and said they were from was the motive., it 1 is> rather warning und notice that if you da not

house for three thousand five hundred Ybor City and the marshal immediately strange that the robber did not get close out every one of your books by

dollars cash, just as the lettuce standsin wired to the relatives of the runa- the money as soon as Hazard was disabled the first of July 1U9! and make I

the field.A \ ways who cume over and carried the instead of spending,: so much settlement accordingly the Governorwill t

couple back to their home The girls time at butchery and in the work of be forced +o sec that the law i III

company has recently Incorpor- it is said, left their homes with fifteen compounding a mystery. Of course it enforced in regard to Tax Collectors

ated at Fort Myers for the purpose of I cents and rode a log train to Loughman. is possible that he was attacked und holding their books open later than ALLthree

developing a 1,000 acre tract of land. From there they walked to Kis- wounded and that he tried to save his this date, because the Governor cannot -

I Fve hundred acres will be put out to simmee and had nothing to eat for own life by binding: up the wounds in know any man in the dischargeof brands

citrus fruits right away. Later on the the last twenty-four hours when they his legs with the pieces of towel and his duty..

balance will be planted to this and oth- reached here. also tried to tear out the lining of his Kindly give this jour careful attention -

er fruits.C. cap to staunch the blood of other and with best wishes, sealed In airtight

The officers of the law of the Cor- wounds. One thing is sure, and one Yours very truly,

H. Myers and Samuel Naws were tez section were informed last Wed- thing only. Hazard had something up SIDNEY: : J. CATTS. Easy to find -
arrested in St. Augustine Saturdayand nesday that certain fishermen of that his sleeve when he borrowed the revolver Governor packages. y

held in twenty thousand dollars place were disregarding the law which with which he was killed. New ---.----
bail each for an alleged: attempt to forbids the catching of mullet until developments are awaited with inter DEATH OF 1 H/KhlKI; : Ci.\TL1 it is on saleeverywhere.

swindle Max Carroll an Ohio tourist the 20th of January and when they est.

out of twenty thousand dollars thru a made an investigation succeeded in NECESSITY At the county jail Tuesday January21st .

fake horse race bet. catching Milledge Brown and a crew TIIK FOR ANOTHER at 3 p.m., Ezekiel Gutlin fatherof

of five fishermen at work near Cortex LIBERTY LOAN Mrs W. :M. Torley, died! !Mr. Oat-

Three men were killed when a hy- hauling in mullet. The crew had 15. lin was born in Georgia, and was
droplane from the naval aeronautic 000 pounds! of fish in one lot and 20,000in Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 27-The necessityfor years of age at the time of his death

station fell into Pensacola Bay last another and when arrested had a another Liberty Loan is being emphasized lie had an attack of measles and this be sure to set

week from a height of several hun- net full in the water, which was estimated by Mr. L. H. Franklin of was followed' by pneumonia, which

dred feet. The bodies were recoveredand to be about 5,000 pounds. The Washington Director of War Loan carried him oft WRIGLEYSThe

an investigation into the cause of officers confiscated the fish that had Organzmtion, in conferences with the lie left three eons and six daughters -

the accident l is being made by the nav- already been caught made the fisher- Liberty Loan officials!' in Federal Reserve lie formerly lived in the vicinity -

al authorities. men turn loose all that were alive in Districts throughout: the coun- of Itostwick, in Putnam (county ..
the net and brought in those that were try. Mr. Franklin is now in the South but for the past ten years had made Greatest Name

What is said to be a new naval aer not alive. The men were brought to having visited Atlanta nnd New Or- his home at Huiford. lie was taken

ial endurance record was established Bradentown where Brown plead !guilty leans. lIe expects to hold conferencesin sick with the measles and brought to In Goody-Land

Friday by Ensign F. Dalrymple of the and was fined $150 and costs. Casesare every district within the next few the home of his daughter: Mrs. Torley .

Miami naval air station who remainedin pending against the other fisher- weeks.It by his son Andrew P Gatlin, on New a
the air continuously for nine hours men. The confiscated fish were soldat l is explained by Mr. Franklin that" Year's day.

and twenty-one minutes. The machine auction to the highest and best bidder the Government must meet the enor- The funeral will occur at 9:30: today WRIGLEY5, Ttawa

used on the flight was especially con- one lot bringing two cents a pound mous outstanding obligations for war from the county jail and the interment -

structed and equipped with a Liberty and the other bringing four cents a contracts. Production of ships muni- will be at Fairbanks. Rev O. A. II. I as PeRFfc, Uri lT)
motor. pound. After deducting the costs and tions of war and material of all kinds Thrower will have charge of the religious -

fees, the balance, about $1100, will be had reached the desired stage when services and the interment will

Lieut. Ralph Twitchell of Winter turned over to the state treasury and the armistice was signed. The expenses be in charge of the Thomas Undertaking SCALED TIGHT

Park was aboard the transport Man- will probably be used to help pay for a incurred must be met although the Company.-Gainesville Sun
churia arriving last week in New York fish hatchery which the shellfish com- fighting has ceased. Revenues from Jan. 22. RG Y

lie was the flying companion of Quen- mission expects to establish some- taxes and other sources will not be S '

tin Roosevelt. "We were bunkies.! where along the Gulf coast sufficient to cover the indebtedness MRS. J. \'En ()JONES: : NtWINs1/

Quentin was a prine of a mate and in therefore the Treasury Departmentwill _

I intrepid airman who never used his Carefully wrapped in a piece of oilcloth ask for another loan, said Mr Florence M. F., of Hampton Florida .

name as a lever" for personal advance- the dead body of a new horn Franklin.) wife of J. Vernon Jones: and KEPT RIGHT

ment or favor Lieut. Twitchell said. white infant was discovered Friday The! banks of the country cannot be daughter of W. Frank and late Mary .U III I uU ul

night in the ladies toilet of a first- expected, to underwrite this bond issue. I.. Nickel Relatives and friends Invited -
W. F. Collins, a retired Ohio farmer, class. coach on the Georgia Southernand With the restoration of peace and return to funeral services, Wednesday ii '

reputed to be wealthy complained to Florida train just after it arrivedin of normal trade conditions, banks 2:110:: P. M, 500:J hazel AVl'nu"-l'hil. .

the St. Petersburg police Friday thatan Valdosta from Palatka. As soon will need all available money for com adelphia Inquirer, Jan. tilth.MRS. .
attempt had 'been made by alleged mercial To ---.-- -
as the train arrived and the passengers purposes. burden them'
confidence men to swindle him out of with the obligation of i ROOSKMI.T-IO:
were discharged the train was absorbing an '
eighty thousand dollars. Collins told placed in the yards and the car cleaners issue of several billion dollars would uix'Kivi: ; 1'1':. SIO< N The Flaw( Lse... , the police he had given the men twonott's went to work to /get he train in stifle business and interfere with trade '
of fifteen thousand each and .. ..)
a The Fifth Loan must be, /floated < .
readiness to go out Saturday morning out of Washington, Jjn. 2!>.-The bill
third which he believed was for fifty While .cleaning the car the dend the earnings and savings of the peo- granting a pension of five thousand

thousand.In body was discovered and reported to ple.The dollars a year to the widow of Theodore IIIWrnmmmCllIDWIQQICll1JrJI1JO.lUlr.IMlITcnJoocnmIU/lla1CD, ) ) : m1mmmmmmmmmQlmmmmmmO/I"I'

Coroner J. P. Ulmer who took it in amount of the i issue and interest Roosevelt went to the President. ,
the Duval circuit court last week
Charles Rodewolt found guilty of charge. It is presumed that some person the bonds will bear will be determined this afternoon after passage by the
was entered the train at some point in by the Treasury 1 Department )House without a record votes Tho +
manslaughter in the first degree. He
I shot and killed W. M. Smith on the Florida probably carrying the dead early in the Spring. The date of the bill had already\ unanimously panned, ;
body in a suitcase and placed it in the loan has not been decided upon but it the Senate
of the
night August 2, 1918. on pier of
the Commodore Point Terminal Com- toilet just before leaving the train at is believed that the Treasury Deportment -.---
Valdosta. The child weighed about will select some date in April 1"0111.11"11fll.I.ICI! ,\IIU'i : SHINGLESV
pany, where both were employed as
InI' twelve pounds and seemed to have ev- for the beginning: In the meantime.
night watchmen. The men engaged;
which the ery indication of being born alive and plans are being made to float an issue "Geese are supposed to be symbolicof
altercation following
I' shooting occurred. healthy. It was a boy baby and of I as large. as the Fourth Liberty all that is foolish," said. the young
I1 good appearance. Coroner Ulmer secured : I..olln-Six Billion Dollars college girl."That b

a jury and after viewing the --. all may be," returned n maiden .
One of the largest deals in cattle
I and recorded in some body the jury adjourned until another OF) INTEREST '[O TAXPAYERS! aunt of uncertain years' ; "hut younever f LUMBER
pasture property
date in order to see if information of see an old gander, hoard a mil
time in the Plant City section occurred
any kind could be secured concerning To the Tax Collectors and Board of lion kernels of corn and then go round ii iis r
v last week when Dwight L. Crum sold
: the dead thild. There were no marks County Commissioners trying. to mate with a gosling." ,
to Hon. Geo. H. Wilder and Chas J.
about the body of the child to indicate Gentlemen .--
Stanley several hundred acres of land, that it hail. met a violent death. It has been brought to my attention ONE: WR KVEIO REAP I's ANY I'
I 1,800 head of cattle and other property GRADE SI
The coroner will make effort by the State
d! .1 "- -.!.1'f' .' "mir; of every Auditing I Department -
cattle .. i. market. The consideration possible to secure evidence showing; that many of the. Tax Collectors The colored! elevator girl gilded curiously I i
> where the child came from, how it met of the State of Florida still have nt the .service pin on the waist I i
was $10,000 and $ 0nOO. '
its death and as to its parentage. their books open not only for the of her passenger "Is ).u' husband in I

Will Blaekwell convicted of the mur- There is every indication that the bodywas year 1918 but the. same for the year France, lady?" she finally inquired.' : SEE
taken on the train at some Florida 1917. Passenger ()blushing: furiously) ''I .
der of the aged Davis couple in Oka-
; station between Palatka and Valdosta. Jam. therefore writing you this "No. This is for my sweetheart over
loosu county, died Friday morning in
the Escambia county jail, where he letter, based upon the following/ law: there."
had been confined since his second' conviction Officers of the law are making every Section 41 of Chapter 531W! ;, Acts of "Tee hoe; 0 Lawdv; if I wore a star J YOUNG TRADING CO.

.' a few weeks ago of ono of the effort! to solve the mystery surrounding IOTA: which reads in part as follows-: fo" ev'ry beau I hud in France I'd look
"All taxes shall he due like do Star Spangi'd. : Manner" Judge '
, most atrocious murders in the historyof the death of the man known as and payable "
, Arthur G. Hazard, whose body was on the first day of November of each ---.- -- -
West Florida. The dead l man with : :J For This
his brother, Robert Blaekwell: .shot 'und early Wednesday afternoon a' und i every or as soon thereafter as Till WRONG ADURFSSLittle : Anything Line

and robbed couple', neither of whom the edge; of a swamp on Fishweir the assessment roll may come into

was under: the age; of seventy years. creek )Duval county. The county phy- the hands of the Tax Collector, of Roy longed for s baby. sister.
sician performed an autopsy on the which he shall give"notice by publication Hm playmate Tommy Smith, had a Starke FloridalIclC.cnmalllmmmmmmmmmmmmC'JmmC1lr.1mlllmmmmmmmm

Fruit and vegetable; shippers andgrowers body and mode the discovery that the and the Tax Collector is hereby number of little sisters and a new one ,

of this state in two days wound in Hazard's breast was a knife vested with the power and it shall had just arrived. "If you want a baby

I session: in Tampa last week a adopted stab and notI gun shot wound as first'i be, his duty to collect by levy and .sale sister .!so badly" said 1 Koy's'. __mother : mmCJmmmllllJ/IIII"C11.(1))/ !' .( )
thought. The knife penetrated the of goods and chattels lands. and tenements "why
proposed heart and was the cause of death. The all taxes that remain unpaidon "I 1 have prayed," answered Roy disgustedly '
the First "and time I God corner groeer. "Its father is lti>b "Kain't you speak American, man ?"
majority of the investigators seem Inclined Monday in April. Section every pray
railroad administration are unjust exorbitant Chunks. the i'elllan. :.inl he weighedit asked
and to accept the theory that the 14: of Chapter 5.W5! / Acts of 1! 17, provides leaves! it at the Smith's." George
i his scales.
discriminatory against on ice "Je n'en "
---- - -- -- comprends replied the
man committed suicide. A bullet had that Tax Collectors must have .
Florida A delegation! will be sent --- -- -
/ settlement with the \MNfJ: f.R; .\ND-ll) \IJ HITII'f': other.
the head
entered in front of the right Comptroller and
from Florida) to a public hearing in I'NNY I SlfJIir; IV FIMNCK: The diirkcy from the other side. of
tar end there were two cuts the (County Commissioners on before
Washington on February 21th, when on or WilES NMiltO: ; ;Mr.K'IS: : NFGicoi: the,, AtlantH' 1 .
began to mad. IIvia.
t the fir-lt in Summoning her .i ht.y"ar old hopeful get )
the rates for refrigcr hn< k of the calves of both legs" at a Monday July of each ( -
proposed new -
/ distance of three inches from the vcur." recently, a Philadelphia, motherMini + l.ulflo'.1II this thing; it simply
tion will be threshed The funniest in France : .
out. i Might by nil '. hi < ".u nl t.
I II mints of the knees Dr. Stinson was You can see from these laws that it : (
is nrgrnl|
counts, however to
see a ""
asked. if he had formed an opinion as --- --- "Dii-kie your poor grandfather I Is 0" l look Ink M ni w'r.111' you ac'
Ten units aggregating $.'.i .OOO. in to whether the man had been murdered UGH! CALOMELIAKES/ very s l.k. Can't you say something soldier from the states anywhere i 'ol''k n "''III''r. I.ut you mn't talk Ink a
around of the )Fr < 'h colonial
'claims, were m- n> ne | "
or hud committed suicide. He said to cheer him up a bit ? rnirger, he exploded. "Nigger is youa
circuit court of Duvnl county against YOU DEATHLY SICK Whereupon Dickie approached groes, says a correspondent. n nigger? l-t In ain't?
I lit was not his duty to form such opin- grand j you or you
John W. Rest tnx collector, and hU We watched three of them for u |
ions. Justice J. S. Geiger was the pit and in the most earnest tone inquired long tlme--two Moroccan soldiers in'' And the Moroccan answered., "Je
bondsmen Governor S J. Catts !
by :, first officer of the law to examine thebody Stop Using Dangerous Drug : horizon blue' and ono great shambling n'fii) comprends, monsieur."
the state of Florida nail Duvnl eounty. i
lie:! stated that he was at loss "Grandfather, how would you liketo ----
a -
Before It Salivates You who probably hud! before -
, The action is in conneition with the negro never
have soldiers' lit funeral ?
to determine whether the
alleged shortage of Rast. totalling case was one It's Horrible. .your been outside of Montuello f Ga, ill hi- I! NU TWO "FLU"
suicide. He
murder or said: It is - '
more than Jl'JS.OOO:! d'iring a former life. The two :Moroccans were 'leaningup I a very peculiar case. He was lying in DEMOCRATIC "OWlt:
Rast'a trial against/ a tree (in the public
collector squareat
term as tax on 'I You're
bushes the creek. bilious ctuggrsli, I
some near His cap constipatedand ALIKE
Blois and! the from
indictment alleging malfeasance in negro the State* CASES
, an was about five feet from the body and, believe you need vile, dangerous One dusky' citizen was in uniform. hid them there and sort of
seen was
t office was set for January 2 was covered with blood. A cheap pis- ea.omel; to start your liver and clean Tho other clung; to his civilian garb
sidling alongside to line them.
/ get a on Dr. Nowcomb. a famnii "ne"lallxt. J
i tol was also lying nearby and there your bowels. and railed against the draft."I A few feet away he stopped an began I Who wan calk from ciVil prectlee. by tl
Key West was .shaken by a terrific were three empty cartridges on the Here's my guarantee! Ask your ain't a'goin," he asserted, "and to listen with all his to what the' / ears doses .
explosion Friday at 2 o'clock when one ground. The most peculiar feature of druggist for a SO cent bottle of Dod- no one is goin' to make me." the were .saying.('. Pretty soon (' Lax where Influenza, itt wan,ald tatlonod, men dl.atamp .J
pair an
t. of the big boilers at the ice plant blew the case is that at the time Hazard son's Liver Tone and take a !spoonful "N'iggah," replied the other earnestly came over his face like aflrr by the score every ilay: He states that
many pout the
up, instantly killing a colored fireman diet his death he was wearing one top tonight. If it doesn't start your liver "if Woodrow Wilson wants. you, you've seen on the face of a hound dog I I'hyiilcliLn airr-ed mortem thnt hardly many two

1 a former soldier just returned from shirt and three undershirts and none and straighten you right up better you go! That man just took an hour when he's seen himself in the mirror I cam At this were wrltlnic handled no alike certain cur hues
the war. The boiler was! completely of these garments were cut through than calomel and without griping or of daylight from God Almighty. Thenhe for the first time and doesn't know nr.'n found for Inlluunxa All one can
demolished and the entire end of the the which his heart making sick I do Is l he rarefiil and at the lint Urn-
I by weapon entered you want you to go took all the railroads away from exactly what to make of it-astonish. headache, '", cka"to", achlnif Joint, that
building blown away fragments lieing .'[Apparently the shirt and three undershirts 'back tQ the store and get your mon- white folks and give 'em to hit' son-in- ment and whimsical perplexity and Utter I tired listl..s (Krlppy :"* ling: and bad
hurled for a distance of two blocks in were pulled out of Hazard'strousers law. What chance has you got?" cnlilI I to take "Clank'" ('h111. Tonic, In
ey.Take bewilderment. riind rate doses for a few day and In
every direction. The boiler blown up I. and held away from his body calomel today and tomorrowyou "Whar from ?" he innnotlon "." flank' Kucalyptu oil
newest! in the and the ICEMAN you man finally Hpray to terlllx the throat and nasal
was the plant when the wound was made Hazard will feel weak and sick and nauseated : .NLIiN"I : burst out, unable longer/ to contain {1'"If'
cause of the explosion is a mystery. went to the spot near where he was Don't lose a day's work. Takea himself."Je Uoih can ho had without trouble at
your druKirlut and general I .tnn>.. 25
found in a boat having borrowed a spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod- understand" said the reporter n'en comprends," said one of the and. So rent. For many yearn plank
The Kissimmee marshal had a unique pistol from a neighbor stating that son's Liver Ton tonight and wake 'JP "that somewhere in this neighborhooda Moroccans. politely. ( hill Tonic ha. been .a favorite hmiae a

experience Monday when he took he was going to kill a wildcat whichhe feeling. great. It' perfectly harmless child was born yesterday weighing | "What dat?" asked our fellow-coun d hold.>ml<*remedy It was undoubtedly and daring the the mean(lait e.l-of ',

j into custody two girls who were "beat had caught in a trap. Another so give !it to your children any twenty-seven pounds. Do you know i tryman, inclining one ear. ton avlnir:and many nur*.>live* could In not ce b*where had Manufactured dne-
ing their way" north to Kentucky strange discovery was made by Marcus time. It cant salivate, so let them anything about it?" I "Je n'en comprends monsieur" said only by the Trol'lcal0"

1! where one of them bad relatives liv- Conant where the body was pre- eat anything afterwards. (U-<) "Know all about it," replied the the Moroccan. eratlve macltv Company.:Ja 'ltcoovlllo.Manufacturing JTl ,-ajy. I'II"rFRIIAY -



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;t Bradford touiity TelcyraphPablmhfl I home let's investigate and the part the he"little"takes in man making at- his floverninenT seaurily. I ,:' ';" i<-'! : .-v; . derstandTir; Dow 1 ever came to take a !stranger!

liberty Bond bar baek of them ll'yn:>5 ::!k' Steadily she looked up at the In with your grandfather away"

-- --- .- --- up the present high cost of living. the satire resource of the. United I ; t. .j i t lt \' \. stranger, her eyes wide and clear asa "Foolish. I" comforted the girl, "what

Weekly, and entered as dec Just one incident: Butter, along with states! which makes them worth their I "t./0'. .".' ::: -.".>, )'u ".' )\ child's held his own as though un- harm has your stranger guest done
few other necessaries of life has fallen .
end claw. matter at the ixwl-olfirr atKtarke a face Value The person who eiehang.e .;:5.> I'1 1l'l.l willing. "Grandmother and I should heretofore When our visitor. has safely
off In/ to 20 cents pound within the .j l I'j \ I
Flori'lu. pnst' two weeks. That means the re- them for some other kind of paper -" '; : \, r. have been quite alone In the darkness retired I'll run down for the bag
risk losing the money Invested III she, myself."
tuilcrs can' buy this product at that .' IS.iI . \ ,.. If you had not happened along
his bond a* well as the Interest.Othw -. :::r ..,:: It had been perhaps IS: minutes after
F.: S. MATTHEWS.: Editor' l and Owner. much lobs than. they could people are selling their honda ". The drew his lips down grimly. j the guest room door had -
I J. C. KOUINSON. Associate<<: ICditor.: drop. Have you been able to buy your beouise they feel that. the war'sover" / . -", 4' 30'// man know of me7" he asked."I 1 I and all win still that Nell donned
butter for less Not much! The little tt. ... : / "What you
-d1i"'t-- .. << ... and
and they are no logger obligated \. ., ... ""' .... ;. might be a burglar." I her blue bathrobe slippers and
retail merchant will hold the prices to bold them. Although fighting r... ..... .,t"r."' //w, "Mr. Sonthworth sent you," Nell reminded -I with tumbled curls framing her. love-

[1919 JF1PIUA X I21g up to the old price until he it-- has ceased, the war will not be ever ;V J 1 ( him. ly face, crept stealthily down the
forced to lower his price by the weightof
I until the peace treaty I. signed and : f& The man laughed shortly. "So I told stairs. The absence of accustomed

.UK =UV LD yNU INa slat public opinion. The high cost of I our soldiers are home. A Ube,. BondIs 1 '.. )0.;. '.... _......, ,(. }. : 'f It was a lie." | outer lights made the house doubly
living cannot be blamed altogether on a certificate of service and the person .. .'' .:: .W '" 28 ,.. """Ij' you and she bent i dark. Swiftly she put a match to tbe
\ face paled
T---f the "big man out of town" but the re- :wj:.;>: ." ,W 1 The girl's 'i
who sells them at a ...rUI.. U Im.. > .. .10' quickly over the fire. When she looked living room gas-thpn stood blinking

tailer must also bear an equal shareof deserting the cause. H. I. reflecting ::1' 1 .r:. up again her roslness had returned. Into the staring face of the guest, who,

5 6 7 8 91011 the blame for holding prices up.W" on hi. own judgment and patriotism "$l(" ...-.; SJ"
and surrendering an Investment that I ."".. """' "" to her feet, "I happen to trust you." of the room. Nell laughed hi evident -

1213 1415116 17 IS : NERD!: THE MONEYWe never will fall to pay return. :\ :t(1-"I"!' ; (4: ,- ,?ia i "Why should you?" asked! the man. 1 relief.

It U reoogalsed that there are times 'fr yat3;:S \ "Once upon a time," the girl an- 1 I "You" she said softly, "then :yon

1920'212212324 25 are beginning,: to think it is when investors are compelled to seek "I'" : t;; r- oi ;U: swered, "a little lost child held out Its bpd not yet retired?"

I about time for the great; United States relief from financial The mnnN stern face did not relax:
distress. Often : i t' arms to me, from the midst of a crowd. I
6218293031 government to quit bumming,: tho newspapers their first Impulse I 10 to dispose of their \ ... Because of Its very helplessness It neither did he speak. The girl passedto

for advertising space. We ar"1 Liberty Bonds. \ (;l Pyqa.. knew that it might! trust me." I the door. "I wanted to make sure

.. j II constantly asked to give notice of the In such cases the bank U the plaoe :i; ;;'il a3houlfaer:4ti : -m;'.': The man lit a cigar with it between It was locked," she; explained.
----- --
I various business activities of the government to &0. Banks will Iliad money on Jbertr r All B ldr.g 4 t:; : his teeth he spoke! slowly. "So you I "It It locked; she murmured, sat-

With hogK selling to the packer at i but are always told-there is Bonds. The borrower Is helpedout : feel like that kid? Well, better not I tefled. Like a child she! stretched free

$14 to $1(5( per hundred pounds, nnd no appropriation for paying for such ) of his dlCficulty! and doe not lose Ilil,1"'C', .''. 'w.1/0./, :"t1L trust too much these days." arms lazily above her head. "Good

baron hero wlvertising. The government doesn't j possession of hi Government I said Nell.
selling at seventy-five cents | bond. t \ "I'm going to try Nell replied se- nIght
ask else to service for \\ .1' .t.''I'L .
anyone perform I fascinated the
a pound WP deny there is such As though man
nny looked back at him as
meat hog llIingH.--Tampn I it for nothing. Why should the news-1.1papet.s ,:?J r 'Ti 1 J "II" b11.t..t riously. She watched the upraised arms and empty
as ':, '..... . she turned toward the stnlrs.
Tribune. lie discriminated<1 against ? !Sen-1'; lr' .:' ;. \ ( litm' Ir h. hands ; watched the slight figure as thegirl

story mind I representatives have long t;,, I .r-" \ Oil yO T" .t I; The elder woman waited agitatedlyla moved pnst him toward the stairs.
-- ------ -
I had this had habit also notwithstanding HER WAY : ; : i,. .:. e, the bedroom. lines of his
Speaking for suffrage at Clearwater I .d ;11 ;": l.'p "Dearie," she confessed "I've been Then suddenly the tense
do not subscribe for the .. ." .. .. for tiruttrcake.
they even III n'' : I fifes softened.
the other night, State Senator Doyle I I W. 110 nervous, that I quite forgot the station -
papers. They probably do not cure to 094 C J4 1/ ItUrc .ith"Lt t.01I "4 hides | "Good night nervy little kid," hemnttered"good
uttered one expression that should ll'prlnt'd Grandfather always
he bothered with the themselves of III" n, ';,1" ''Y. C..lun"" t "
In letters of gold. Hero it is ,,' papers By JACK LAWTON. t you, JMI I j".luu'. : It somewhere. After we hear that -by.
i / but hind cakes, how they do r I In her upper room Nell Bank breath
"I believe that my wife and mother of I| : man come up to his room do you
my child is my equal, and if I did riot I!|; love the publicity the papers can g vethem. ,, eA <(11:LBJGS2T! Ji( think we might Blip down and get It. I less to the floor, noiselessly she turn-
Bradford: 'f"le
ed the
County | key.
believe it, she would not be either." I Sometimes there are valuable papersin i
Leesburg Commercial While we shall continue to ,' rnPh.1 "Tlio' little' stood ut the yt'ryI OAfilrl: F-OV'H'ER pt'. the bag as well. I nm trembling "You, dearie?" sleepily questionedthe

much of our space to the governmentas end of the "limitless" vlllnge. Nell hud I I elder woman. And Nell drew the
i. 'the most yofel.a.. i>' f ,1 i "* it tf. < M. j like! '.t leaf.!:! .I'm! 'sure J don.t know
is consistent with safe business, we difficulty In finding, her way to the door' I most ifTjttt . '.. 'Ir h > I 11 o''. ,'. !fc r I bag from the pocket of her wide robe.
The finest tribute to American moth- I KentCHIUHfi h In, ... .c !" lhl, I.I ott, !
ore heartily in agreement/ with the editor when she arrived on the evening train. Piil. ii<, Th, ;i..d t:..,' it :" I Ii";,, ',"I. :. '.
ers we ever saw came in a letter to one of the Tele raph. Advertising''' The brief visits to grandmother were J l est ,11... pr"\ i that It M tj j. ,M* A
ftt them in Tumpa from a French girl! A tri u Hi i ,,info you: tl at 01 K atavm
space i is a newspaper's stock of tra.I..1 like coming home-In fact this same non"itr :'.i' 'tya.-: f. ' a Lh
who wrote: "The best souvenir of you, just as much as "shoes and clothing an little house was the only home the : D':f nf t salt;. .*)I tike:,; it back
American mother" is the son you sent the stock in trade of the merchant girl knew. Tears ago she had left It :W gel Calumet' yiiiir'& niu.i contains y 'itu only. such, i ntfro- jjJ

to France. -Tampn Tribune And and we arc sure the government does to make her way In the city and the ',.." as. h..." h.en aor"/ v d* }
about ten thousand of those French t.lhclally bv i I hi- i 11. S. I. c.. f.f I
not expert the merchant to furnish room there which held her piano Aulli.:; tius. '

girls will come to America" soon to getacquainted these articles gratis. because there J I" chief asset of business-could scarcelyhe ....when roil buy tl.Yoo 1e. II
with "mother.
no appropriation to pay for them. It called home. She was sorry that ....when yon !:TY0a II I

is up to our representatives in congress grandfather would not be there durIng (,): "

The most dianppointed men we knowis to give the newspapers jtistiei her one night visit, but he was HIGHEST f*&"' I

a fellow who put on an old last winter in this matter. Will( they do 1-\1iI.: due at a meeting In the next township. }!j QUALITY fjgpm'

vest and found in the pocket ti roll ton Gazette.We So he had, upon her arrival at the sta HIGHEST !.TB I ,

of bills amounting; to $127.-Tnmpn are heartily In accord with both tion. Intrusted to her care the day's "l.' k AWARDSJSjSthJi I a L'L'r

Tribune. What a pity the Tribune the Telegraph/ and the Gnz.ttp.Ve proceeds. ....i.tI'e" ) : q', "
didn't atop nt that, hut it persisted. in have of tn -- ..}1 /I.y.'t:7! .:: : .. ....
cheerfully given our space! -- ::Tt : flu ""' ft''Ayf
spoiling n good story by adding"nnd ORDER OP PIMI. ",/' I ... ...,. '.:.:." I ,, .
( the government and shall continue to ICATIOVIn \ ', .. t>> 1 ,.." ''' 'i4' '"
not one of the bills receipted. Circuit Court for Bradford County, FI"r-| .rJ: }t.>'t ,' ":>.'11 I; "" ,;':: ,,",
d" so to a reasonable ('xtl'nt.Ve have l Ida In Chancery. f f II'II ;{,, : '
..ifd"als.r8.a. Jr Vr'wid'va"aI. ) .. ,p :
tv .
faineillr! Sum : : ; 'Ye. _" 1/ -. ;., : ;
Slcrlimr. S. I'r et al). I IVI "' ' 'l'&fj.I
!trod by the government and given cu .. 1'.0-- 4Ndr"l. < llJI .at.; :. aral'
I ---- ------- ---- .
of stock In trade while officials I I "v--. !.... ._..; :' U
freely .
our Will I'rloo. et ul. ) / I' -. .
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The Starke Telegraph has started Custom had made the old station! ' """: / d'( ';
n of the government were making Hill fnr PnrtlHon. I ITo &,, }'Jo."..
'... agent careless In regard to the handling \ "6 ... .I .;;;.
i r drive for good roaila !in Bradford count I idiotic rulings which almost forced th" .11I I'rici' and bin wife Marl Price, I : .
;t ty. If want to get fuvoruMe MbtntM, (;...r"lo. Ell Price Kllpntm ivuriria' ; of that bag. For years he had ,,;. : ", 'I'Ir'' : "' ''t.1J' :
you newspapers out of business. Last Ion I'rict.. Fllppen,> Uoruiit: Klhcl: 1'nf., .t ",. !' ,.", ', I r
I carried it home on certain nights when : .r, '! .
results down mile .
just put one F'llppvn. Georgia Pearl I'rlcp.
I week we received announcing : nippen I ,
poster . .
of first class>' roml on the principal sale of surplus n army horses and ,- car MHV rye U'llf( I,.. William Willinmn. McDimouirh Mncon. ivoricln Georin he did not care to open the safe The J'.\ ,,_I'.' .,. -- -.'I"'I'" ...,..... \... ..,..,.I'' /p.J-t....' ......
: however drew it from her multIn ,.I .
girl '
highways in four HPctions of the \ o' : :; : : >
county mules to take place near Jacksonville iu iv 1 Ililprcp" :McDonoUKh.' Georgia: i Carrie "Jif"t
I I r> relief she entered the . A 'r: ,- ""' .e ,, ,"
we have seen this tried. and, know' H"t Mcrtonouirh. 'oricin i rliminttmDil- I I1 as cheery ..i r : :
; .
with the request that we give the matter . .r. :ej : 'sPrtl'Ir !
I Mr'lnnin-irh ncnivln; Mn Bell Uupri'e. room. ( I. ': ;: ., :1'#: ;:
what it will do toward making the as much publicity as possible. We McDonouRh.. GeorKla. ,', ( 4 r t o .rv:tl! t'. :.den .rvCp. r;:r

(' r traveler want more of it._Bradford! gave it about six lines, which is more J It upmurinit. from the worn bill of comuliifnt "There grandmother she" Bald! "put / '" /:. 17 I' ' :"_:":' : :, A!"" .:;< ;';"I'''..
Times In tho shove entitled cause that the the money safely away; and grand 1lIti'f' ,' .
County "
;' ( I than it should have received free, as !*"\t named ilofomlnntM enrh are non-rt>nU mother as had been the custom slip- ., >,".i-r"'. .xr-4...,.... .'.....- ,_ ..1. . ..eni-..
'-- this purely commercial matter lii t it i>f the Stale of Flnrl was a ,.. : ... .>::- ':"
1 .t"t : .
The board of commissionerH of state and we do not see where we should be rrji d< nee uf each of the Aid dpfrndnnta In asherelnl"dnrp ped the leather bag's handle over the tt-"" '.._\:" ; ,."h-.<., .. ,'",, ..,.,$0..;,..... .. .,}'.." .,..'
staled .. ..
respectively and that thentfM ,.
back of a chair. r-- c- ! : ''' :>11:1/0"/ .: W4i
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institutions has appointed Dr. Frank culled upon to advertise a public auc- nf each of the Hnid defendants !. over thee she said. ..... _> .., :: II .> __ .m"' ;;. .) .. ,....
E. UcClune, of Ocala, to the position tion for Uncle Sam more than e of twenlv-one yearn except Marie 0111"_. "Sapper la waiting dearie,

).; of superintendent of the Boys' Industrial should be requested to any publish a notice we Hone Carrie pupree Hupree., each Clementine of whom Puproe la under and the age Ida. I There was so much to cleared tell after the This Machine Embraces the Latest
I tea things had been aw.y.that ,
School at Marianna. It is an- free of charge for Farmer Brown's if twcnlv-unn yeah
'' Therefor., it la ordered that each of the a stranger knocking at the front
nounced that Dr. McClane's appoint. public auction. We have to pay mighty aid defendants do appear to the hill of com- door bad to repeat his summons several Application of Gasoline Power to the
A ment has no political signiflcence whatever well for what we get and we knowof ilnint nlo herein or or before Monday the
1rtl' day of March. IfllO. and that thin ord, be times before being heard.
f r
which is it should be and it
as no one whom we pay more fully ,uhl ahod once a week for four consecutive! "Someone asking to spend the night, Reduction of Labor the Farm.
is pleasing to note that the appointee than we do the government.-Lake week In the Bradford County Telegraph a on
is regarded na a most excellent man towHnaper of general circulation published In probably. grandmother surmised.
I''' Wales Highlander. Irmlforcl County Florida' "Mr. Southworth cent me" the
for this responsible place.-Plant City Wltneaa the Honorable 1. T. Wills the Plows Harrows Cultivates and Oper-
announced and
: Courier nudge' of they Maid Circuit Court aa well aa my stranger was ,
1 hand and official seal aa the Clerk of the said ted.
.I t 14. Production of Pearl.. Court this the 2Hth day or January, 1919. As the girl returned from lighting the ates Light Farm Machinerya'i
About the greatest waste of paper The fisheries of Lower California W. T. WEEKS.
'Siall! Clerk Circuit Court passage leading to the spare room her
MU have the
which come to our notice for some experienced prollpl'rttylnd .
'I Brndfrtrd
County. Klorlila.By
time is the report of Bill McAdoo before decline characteristic. of every pearl. R. A, WEEKS, grandmother lingered apprehensively."

of c the Interstate Commerce Com fishery known. During the first years l-l-It. Deputy Clerk "rm sorry I let him stay, she said Lumber & Co
\ "
1+ "he has such a hard kind of face. Quigley Supply
after the these i
mission The copy we received wits Spanish( conquest waters MASTER'S 'ej\I.K'' "
"Don't be afraid, Oran, Nell smiled
printed on n fine quality of book paper yielded an Immense revenue to the Hereby notice la given that under An.1 I bviriiii.
. of that certain final dncree of Tin not afraid-of "
\ forerbsure anyone.
or In 1713:; 1.2SO:!
crown Spain.
and fully one-half the pages were mndc and, entered bv the Hi;,,. J. T. The sat glowering Into the flre
t left blank, for which fact we arc pearls were slipped to Spain( and \"M';I I. .I'".h"- of the Circuit Court of Ilrailfordrnuntv. man Agents for Bradford County.
j thankful believe, / in conservation many of the pearls. flint today grace Florida In chancery" pitting, nn Jan when the girl entered the sitting room.
k as we ,.arv 2vth. IKI'l.\! In favor of C. M I'hllllpaa "You live In this lonely! corner of the
and these in the. Spanish( crown clime from these ..,,,
i.. shall tine as wrappers n rllinant. and ntrainHt .1. C. Barry, L. G. "
I mailing nut the rl'l'ulaiSBUI'R( of the waters. According, to n correspondent. r'"..,.,. and F C. Miller, drfrndnntM. the under world he asked brnsqnely. r.
) 'ntnl a. SinTlnl, will offer for sale "No," she slowly replied "this Is one
the i is not wholly ti}tctiinili.' Blunting/ /: ma'''11'\\ hilt rilmllar '
I Highlander, so report' i I v II ill mar New River, Florida' where visits."
wnstc l. Lake Wales Highlnndor. to Hint dune In the Chesapeake buy the property hereinafter rl.xcrhed I Is bested' of my over-night
< with the e llllt variety of oyster Is t',- 1 rln the h,,'al hour of Male, on Manila, the "The station agent Is away, I un-
---- --- :'H",,1| dnv of March A. D. into) lo the highest When You Come
------- ----- to Jacksonville
NOT ALWAYS TIIK; "HIC MAN:- tiny bet nlr rmiducteil on n lartte! scale In .. I 1 ''t bailer for rash, the following ilencrib.i .
the Gulf of California the oyster maturing | property, tiwwlt. One flaw mill boiler an.1 l :N.. C. OU FLORIDA RUNNER:- PEANUT -
emrine. mnnufaeturetl by the Fnrmihnr, Machine '
The present high cost of living is In from four to i-K; years.: WorkH. Also! one engine one boiler one SEED l"...... '.J ...... '

breeding/ nn impossible condition for r'reulnr' ,saw. one shingle' machine, one edger I For immediate: acceptance and cash i" :... ;') Most I Interesting
t '. l wo Htn' > sews, belting\ and all "'h, r ninchln- 4 ,_t" rp ,'I" N ,t:;
those who earn two and a half ,dollar! f\ and, 1 equipment' connected, with that certain with order I can furnish the N. C. or "tj.*' >;

tP l I a lay and !l'RR. The men who get five SPECULATORS TRY i e, mill formerly operated bv I.. O.. Barry Florida Runner Seed' Peanut at Six C 'L'Ui'ge'......... .... ____. .',,) Store In FloridaSEE
"ul located near New River. FloridaJ #, ".' I!
I dollars amid more can afford to live but C POPI'F.t.L. rents per pound( ( $1.50 per bushel) f. . "(____..4........:."' ....._

it works a hardship on them. The on- i t-11-ftt Special! Mutter In.Chancery o. b. Lowell Fla. 4549V.. Bay St. Thru the block to 46 VV. Forsyth
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ly way that we can hope ti,> bring farm TO GRAB LIBERTY NOTICE II. T. HALL LOWELL. FLA.
Notice In hereby given that, 'the following de- ----- - '
labor down in price is to make living ,

thrnper. The salvation of those who BONDS AT BARGAIN 'h,rib". First,! land Monday will be In sold March at public 111111. It auction bring the on Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Everything in Books .

earn small wages can only be effected -1 I day 'I f the down. ,l< nr at Starke. In Bradford County State of I to dire Itching). Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Plica. Fiction Books on Agriculture and other pursuits by reliable
iiy bringing,: price of living !
Vloridn.\ or no much thereof na will be neeqa- InstanliretieviItching. Pile allliIou can K'trestml

1, This can be brought About the by the of government People Urfl.d Not to Sell Government -,,,u-\,,. 'in,tit"et pay opposite the amount the same tine. for together taxea with of hilt the ,, ,ceo after tho tttit auailcetuo. Price Silo authors, Toy Books, Reference, Travel etc.
controlling price
mon Securities at Sacrifice or Exchange LYut of >tui'h Bale and advertllnv.Ittaerlptlon .
ey, labor and products., The human of I.Rnd1'10. Northeaxt Quarter Hastings' 1919
race where it has preach Them For Questionable Paper. and Fast Half nf Northwest fjtinrter and Commercial and Fancy StationeryFine
power may
".nth Half Seo. 22. 1'1' r. Kanm 22. Acres
charity, but, they will never give a Owner I'aul U....... Tnxe and ('n.". Seed Catalog Fro '
where concerned. If Atlanta.. -Report. are reaching the 151119. B. M'POWtlVIJ,
quarter !is
money \I.M. Tax Collector.OKDKK It's randy now. One hundred hand. Wedding and Society Engraving made in our own exclusive
that were not the nature! of man Government Federal Reserve Ea.nlt.of. Atlanta that comely Illustrated paces 1th brilliant '

would not bP necessary. Government many owner of Liberty Bond. are : OF PUBLICATION cover In natural colors. It's bothi i plant. Ask to see samples.
In 'Circuit Court State of Floridn. Eighth
beautiful and and all that Is
was established to protect
: Judicial Circuit Bradford County. In Chan
oiling them at price lower than ,
necessary to get It I fa a. postal card j:
the human race against the selfish tendencies cery.
which We must their market value.Investigation Alma McMillan. request. Von will find our 191 !) caU-I Toys and Athletic GoodsA
governs logue a well worth while hook. ,
think of the man who is. compelled to how that shrewd I 1 HastlTKi/ Scotia are sold direct hmill. / j
I 1i the round. for all favorite
\ Toy Shop Supplies
S McM Man. your
work for small And the only I open
wages. peculators are active In trying to Defendant. i : You will never) find them o.i

's, thing that we can do it. to bring the indue people to part with their Government It appearing. by alTidavit, appended to the bill sale In the stores. Wo' have some I sports and pastimes.
price of living down. That the Government flied in the abovenitaU-d came, that A. S. Me. live hundred thousand customers who
lecurltles. Many of them M Han, the defendant therein named la 1 buy from by mail. V\'o pleano a (1 I |
;! ran do, and must do if it a "non-rraldent the State of Florida\ ua
would lire of twenty-one years. it la therefore 0"1 satisfy you In 1919.!>
country.-Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel. exchange for some other so-called hired that sad non-renMent defendant be Planting: Haatlnps/ !'!l'l'tI"I In your FLASH LIGHTS Useful everywhere and safe
If Government control of money, labor "security" which promisee a higher hi In hereby renulreil to appear I.. the bill of In fields insures "Rood ,
garden: or your !
flied In mid/ I before Mon
complaint amuse on or
and. products in no better managed rate of Interest" tbaa Liberty Coade day the 7th day of April. A. D. int. other I luck" so far as results can be datcr-i. PICTURES, Picture Framing. Artists Goods

than the present management of the It t* pointed out by Treasury offlefals wiae the allegations of said l bill will be taken mined by the seed planted., For 30

railroads and that pet of politics-the that Liberty Bond. are worth as confeHHed In further by ordered said defendant.It that the. order be years HasUnio! Seecla have been the Practical GIFTS for all occasions

postoflice( would! not be a wise thingto every dollar paid for them. One evidence lI.h.J once a week for eight coneeeutive .. ataiiiI rd of seed cxcclle :CII and JIll:"-

make the change. Politics will of their value 1 I. the eagerness in the Hradford County. Telegraph. a ..pU""I' ly! In the South. Only varieties KODAKS Photo Finishing of the letter sort
per published In aRid i l County aad State. adapted to the South are listed. QI1?!-
creep in everything the governmenthas of the peculator to get possession of This January 2Sth. 1919. Ity of f-o be >t and prli-es often loss J

(in charge, no matter what elabo- them. He knows what they are worth. Clerk W. T. Circuit WEEKS Court.I tiin!. tt>o. e v u pay at hU11"Vrlte Mail inquiries receive prcmpt attention

rate arrangements are perfected to Their Liberty Bond owner does not B. A. WEEKS. f-ir; frei copy ot thlit! splendid. cita- I /

'1 "take it out of politics." knew the ralue of the "stock" or (!Hal) Deputy Cle.k. !I'muo! now. II. C, HASTINGS.! : CO., 'r roodamen. '

iJr So far for the Government. Now "bond;:' ..ha.i\ oJfefd.In!. exchange for K Solicitor FUTcH.for Complainant.! J-.11-8U $ Atlanta, Ca.-Advt. I .

, i,1 I(: t -Good Roads For Bradford-County in 19191 &Quigley Supply' I Lumber Co. ,I

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County High
8Jo Bits of LocalInformation
l Third Month(

Jor _
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First Grade-Paul Knight, Evelyn:! USE CENT A UOU1) FOR F.Mil ISHTK.CASH J"7 i s t i' ,f 1 e tPTs a '
'I' l, i. Strickland, Doris Pope.ostelle; Kendrick AdvrrtlHtmpnt In..rtod ender thU had
1-\ ft Knola Korsjth Mora :Manning, moat h* imfd in advanc. No Advertinrm -.i
... .. :
for iinff InBrrtiittt "'.d fur I. than IS ::
d I 11-at Qa.t..ewM/.. Tetf. 7.M.,, ..f (:I'nnlclilllln: :\ Julia Canova Annie : For instance: A 10-word adtvrtlvemvnt ,
d l\Ic\IUlllnI one Inirrllon will t>* Sft rvnlat If fur mot.than .
r ye..I. C..q .w4 ran :\IIIY1..1"1': . :Merrill\ : one iniirrllon will he charged for ., I
1'0 Elizabeth: Williams.Second I rnt a wurd. Nothing charted. >

8 t l Grade-....Joseph Poppell, '
d -J
lan Long, William Harvard. .
1 Hose all colors at J. D. Stansell has made additions - --- ,
Stump's. some Third Grade--B class-Tillman Alvarez |1 '
18If to hia which him FOR SALK-Pure bred Duroo Jersey
---------- property Edna :May Strickland, Elizabeth a
" C. Johnson, of Kingsland, is visiting more room and adds muclv to the valueof : Andrews, Pearl' GrilHs.. ,,|i' sow and nine pigs. ton weeks olil.\ I V y v \t/ ))7r
his U. C. A. Scott, Starke, Fin. It
property. Scarboroughwas
bin brother J. E.: Johnson. (
I. : Third Grade-B clt ss-Elizabeth
the contractor.
I.I. Kendrick, Proctor Elise Jones,
Ruby ,
I.Il Col. A. V. Long made a business tripto Vivian Bryan, Evelyn Pope, Carlyle FOR SALE-One Holstein heifer.. thoroughbred F. C. Hollings-Jerseyand II \1 ,.V V J
Jacksonville last Friday. Saturday and Monday spe- Ritch. Pauline Hatcher. Y. qti
worth Starke, Ha. 1-31-tf.I -
SOliUCJ;)I pus SOAOJS UO |EIOI! Fourth Grade_B class-Miriam II I +- e j7 tspussrq

to See our beautiful line of Starke Hardware Co. Ortagus, Lucile Moore. FOR SALE::-10,000 Japanese Seeds: ''I 1t1 S

a silks, $1 to $2 yard. Stump's. Sixth Grade-Fanny Darby, Rosa Cane, $1.00 per hundred! Box :J8.WurlhiiiKton : .l1 ,lt, i ,tom ,w
Flu. .
----- :Miss\ Audrey Snellgrove) is spending 'Leviton Hugh \ 1-31-:

t t. j Save money by buying seed peanuts tho! .wenk in Jacksonville attending the Seventh rade:-Nellie Mott, Jessie
from J. I.'. Kickliter.131.2t.: convention litIaln: street Baptist Mae Baisdcn Isabel Fernandez, Eunice FOR SALE;-fit) hend goats! $2 per

,ItI ,1 --. -----.--. .-.-- .- eliiireh, She won first prize and diploma Perkins. Louise Andrews, Lacy head. Perry Nevvsom Starke, )Kin.lL'J't. UsOrsrto cos t

W. C. Whitten, of Raiford, was a last year in B. Y. P. U. work, Kigdon, Comer: Long, Charles Darby, .

1 business visitor to Starke last Friday Daisy Moore.Eighth ,

. schoolutk Grade Kate Young Cecil FOR SALE: Tliroe mules double I
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ItI.7a Sale r wilT continue through __,____ __ n_ __ __ .00 _____ :Moore. .. e wagon harness. and plows, hny and l Good Tires Speed

:Mr. I;. W. Hayes and family have Eleventh Grnde--Poris Scott. corn. J. ('. Poppoll. St.irko, l-2l-2t$
February. Starke Hardware Co .
e moved to SturVe, where they will in __>Miiiw _i I
Twelfth Grade-Florence Matthews, I
future reside, :Mr.\\ Hayes] holding n p".1 J'OR SALE- Oifo, Kurd' Deliveries
roadster in the
II. W. Surrcncy, of Graham, was u I Emma: Powell John I'owell. j
I a sition in collector's\ onltof
county ,
best of condition fun lie
business visitor to Starke Monday. It is. ,really im honor to n boy or girl :i bought> )
general revenue. They were very popular : cheap See Sam 1 Rosenberg, Stnike,
.h - -- here and everyone regrets their to have their name appear on this l-'ln. 117tf.
.. Dr. A. J. Johnson, of Raiford, was n ]leaving but it i i.* necessary of coursei I "Honor Roll." The requirements nro | No car is better than its tires.

visitor to__ Starke. Monday.. __ i far, him to reside in Starke.-Bradford 00' per cent or more In oral or written I j I |FOll( SALK:--NT. C. vntlhy peed peanuts ,
- -- - lessons, !80)() cent in deportmentand .
, County Times. per (1( ('. .ntqVhite; Spanish, 7 And time lost through tire troubles cannot
,1It Eutter-nut broad in both punctuality and cents f. o. h. Cash 'I"1.. White A

4 day-at_ the.- Model(- ---liakury..--- jDr. j j Sale will continue until ,dance. --- ..------ IIttl'n'l Son Lake Pnrk in.: 1-21-lt.! be replaced.

E. L. Biggs, of LawtC'y'IIS a f March 1 1st. Starke Hardware ------ -- -
visitor to :Starke Wednesday. Everything going at a great'reduced I FOll S.\LF.-\ garage, completely I Good tires are the best practical guaranteeof
.. i (Co. | equipped! for till I kinds of nutomo-'
--- Starke Hardware
I price. bile repair work. Sum Rosenberg, : car's continuous and economical
Louis II. Hill of Lawtey, was a business your .
visitor to Starke i Rev. W. G. Law became quite ill at Co. _ 117tf. | '
'i I
__ _____. u j I Tampa last week while attending the service.United.
I Baptist State: Association, and ho will ANNOUNCEMENT: ; : roil LB-RI'C room bungalow on I
Mrs. }K. II. Smith, of Philadelphia, I "'. ("nil street Reasonable price.Mr .
is visiting at the home of her parents, i, take\ some weeks of a much needed : >.. !n. P. :Mitchell Starke. 1-17-tf I States Tires are good tires-the best
Dr. and :Mrs. J. C. Willa. I rest While recovering a general invitation Pastor W. (;. Law of the Baptist -.1|
i 1 I is given to the church and church will have as a pulpit supply, I FOR SALK:---Saw mill machinery: imd l tires our 7() years of experience in the rubber

t Closing out ladies and children's i public to come to hear his son preach for a time, his son, Blanchard, who is i I farm implement) ; I plane. 1 ,..I/'r,1/ j business have taught us to make.
1 as supply. during his absence from the coming for that purpose from the i I enrriage, 1 steam feed' and cijuipminl '

hats. Stump''S I| pulpit. Southern Baptist Theological Semi- : 1 :No.riA': type belt feed, 2 I
------- i nary. He is expected to be here ID I circular caws, 1 lumber, truck 1 oil You have your choice of five different

Josephine: Brooks and Ada! I \llIr\'ln: .1. Green, of the Hampton time; to take care of this Sunday's. 111'1'-1 t t-ink, U! boilers and equipment, 1 for light delivery use- l
lifers! of Gainesville, were week-end: (I siruffcts ..(. was in town Wednesday en- vice Regular services will I be vtmin engine, 1 Pel'kins iiutonintic types passenger car or

of .Miss Klla May Long. ], route. to the farm of the Southern Cat- lid 11..1 right: along during the pastor's i iHhwKs. t -hiiiirle nuIt'll, ine and. other parts Nobby', 'Chain', 'Usco', 'Plain', and tho .
i | tIe Feeding Company, in Clay county. In some respects, improvement 1] "iieh. as slml'ting, cable' pulleys and
Mr. and !Mrs. T J. Alderman, of superin-tendent I is rt-cogniyed timl; 1 the kindness and solicitude i i lilt, ; 10! rolls wire fence, I pj: spools famous 4Royal Cord.

Lake Butler, were visitors to Starke ( ( I'll of people" and friends is I much I limb' wire, hay press, 1 log cart

Saturday. _. business and will have full charge ofI appreciated) the.hour_of II.ITIir'tlon.I'' chain 1(1I.lllIll'nl'HM, four head There is also the 'Nobby Cord' for heavy-
I this brunch of the company's big -- I ISEln'l'I'S 'HM- head 1 cattle, 1 mowing ", IIIUII'1
S. A. Bryan, or Raiford, lately discharged ranch. Mr. Green Is one of the best ; AT OLD' IWAKFOHI i I i 01. Abernathy, Cirnhani.; \Fla. duty vehicles, as well as the Solid Truck Tire.
from the :Navy': was in Starke I citizens of this section and his many .-
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Monday on business. I f friends, will he glad I to know of his I
WANTED: will find
We especially request all membersof I Among these good tires you
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j i promotion. Old, Bradford church to be present -- ---
Boy's $12.50 blue i I __ us';' the treads best suited to car and
serge, on the Second Sunday in February exactly your --

suits, $9.00 at Stump's.C. i Embroidery and laces swell this date is (communion Sunday. Public -
__.___ _. I line at before the war prices atStump's. invited to attend the service WANT...Three plow handsto your driving .

H. Register. of ,Lake Butler, was! I B. C. SCARBOROUGH, :
in Starke Monday* attending to business i- .. Pastor do regular farm work. nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer .
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v matters. To J. F. Canova belongs 1 the distinction Employment day in will gladly point them out to you. "
of having grown the tallest sugarcane Last call-$1.25 table: Damask every ,

Mrs. F. !M. Dees, of South Jacksonville and of the present season. A stalk only 98 cents at Stump's, the year Nice house to ,
t i is vi8itinlrelatives in Starke
: left at the Bank of Starke by Mr. Ca tare
vicinity. Saturday and Monday only.PERKYTHROWER live in. L. H. Hill
nova hnd 21 matured joints and measured Apply ,
. at least 2Q feet In length. This United States Tires
J. H. Kelly\ one of the substantial stalk. grew at the edge .of banana. : Lawtey, Fla. Ir I
citizens of the Brooker section, was a
business visitor to Starke Monday. bush and was missed when the cane Married by Justice J. C. Poppell at -
was being cut for grinding. The prolonged -
his residence Clark street Thurs-
on i
on" Good Tires
, '--:--" Large double' blankets price l warm weather gave it a chanceto : iy night at 7:15 o'clock, Mr. Lewis,
grow and it improved the oppor- Perry and Miss Fannie Thrower.. :Mr. r lII mtammm meatmtncaonL01VNEY'S (

$4.50, closing out for $3.50. tunity. Perry is a brother-in-law of :Mr. A. t t

Stump's. Willard and Miss Thrower is a daughter f< FULLER'Sa

of Messrs.Hamtiton-W.-, were-B.- -and-business-J. B. Alexander visitors- to, :Mrs.NORTH R. Kuhl STAKKK visited, ::Mrs.\:NOTES Ted: llal- The them of many a :Mr.pleasant friends and, Mrs.and of this O. A couple. Thrower.. journey wish, I FRHSIJ CANDIES ;J ,//rij! I ,I, ""III'i,IiiH' III';iil'! l\uiiiIII\"' '!'\"\" ,!'!1 !\q\m! J Ids!\'!' I! t''!II'J i'iu' i,''mm ii ipih,! II.I'. I : I\ -

I 1 Starke Wednesday lignn Tuesday afternoon.Bob I through life. I'f C'ome To 'ltla \)t.II.Wllumllllljmmm. .! HlmlllnIttr.! illIWllmm/IillJJ!/ rumr.Ul! mlfJllnlllllilll': !! I :i

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D. K. Edwards spent Sunday with Swanger, of Hampton, wa a'' SIHLKYYOirMiliLOOMWednesday: i \ S i W. A. BESSENT I Id ;1 # .

his sister, Mrs. A. 7.. Adkins.. Mr. business visitor here Tuesday. I .
> Edwards has moved his family from Harris of has moved. Jan. :2'J: at the home of : !,'IClOl.X l If ICV") X X M I)1L11JlJit( ! ( ) K 'III II 1C !
II. R. Lawtey, !
Sumner to Gain sille.jrraph's :Mr. and :Mrs.\ C. A. Youngblood! was: "
with his family here. and ore at present the scene) of quiet !but beautiful home + I

1 Shoes are cheaper atStump's. occupying the llhoden house. wodilig, < when a their dauJrht"r.Iattil':\ Acreage For Sale I COFFINS And H -full hue uASKETb of '

was given in marriage to :Mr. E. S.
!Misses LavnnU, Green, Mae Green
Sibley. J list a few relatives! and close Kighly (HO) A(-ret4. more or less, "" -1 'flt:t'ertakcrS':: ( Stipllie,
and I Bonnie Youngblood! were guests
friends. were present to witness the lag :North Half\ of the Southwest.. Aulmniiliilf hearse
B. P. Johnson one ot the T.lp- :Miss Ella Williams Sunday after-
good friends from the Riiford: l nocin.' of ceremony Starke., performed by Rev. Rigifs, ,(Juartvr! of Srrtion :Sit; Township Six, \WU| )M on 1IUld. Th host *rviow I HOLDING

section, was a vi-fitor to Starke Thurs. The bride, was never so beautiful as South, Range( -2 Dant; known an the ut the lowest. price. )pc'intittwiifior

I day. 'rank Bryant of the Crosby Lake she was! attire) in a grey taffeta silk II. II. llop\ * ------ here Sunday.
section :
was visiting! with accessories to mutch. Her/ II)
going Florid I Submit offer
to j
\ afternoon
The W. C. T. U. nt"PtslolI.lay: '+ ,
:(fJ'' {eriw.III'I"'lt"' '
Fc-li. :"rd, at ::1 t o'Ct'tt! !., ,in the: :Miss. Julia llt-an Visited :Mrs.\ T. :M. away)! dress was of plum color\ satin I J. R Davis & Co.
with shoes and hat to match. I! ,: I
i-htirrh. All\ member,. und T. J.
Methodist Williams Wednesday(\ Bryan C. IONES
Mrs. ;
Sibley i.s accomplished
an ; : I It
frifndi cordially invited to attend STARKE, FLORIDA
-- -- - this young lady und very popular. among 1'. O. Itox No. 112. Starke) Fla. I
Frank Starling dthroujfh
passe .
Jr A. Montague: President of section Sunday.Mr. : the youngT set, ns well as old. She .AIIM', fI-III"I.\; : ) ; I -
has been organist the Christum ,
Columbia College\ : preached on Sundaynight at
church in TheresHU, where she will be
to an appreciative audience at : anti :Mrs. Altman Youngblood I --
much. The
misHe.1'ry in one
the Raptist church visited their brother, L. L. Youngbloodhere of .
: most promising: young men
Saturday and Sunday. hero they will make their home for
If yen want to save moneygo I the present.
II. L. Cribbs and, A. Y. Thomas were Receipt Full"Thai
to Starke Hardware Co. This wedding: will come as a surprise in
--. business! visitors here :Monday.\ to their many friends throughoutthe

M1', ,; Miss Blanche! Andreu returned to State, who will nevertheless wish
ri! !tv. h"r home near Hrooker Saturday after Quite a crowd of. young folks from them bon voyage through life. -'= = -
1 ride out to
here enjoyed n pleasant
c' in Starke
I spending several days A FRIEND.
but with the _.
xIi Crosby Sunday .
t i: with :Bliss Laura Scarborough.
; pleasure they had the misfortune to You can get outing and yellow is what you have for every bill! of I uctouiit )eu fay f by tl.ctk. Ycu Jon'l rvennrrtl
( riding
have the in which they were

cy, Mrs. L. A. Yates returned to her to make: a memorandum of the 'I lie
payment' Lank keeps the (for
account ,
w:'.. home in Tallahassee, being accompanied : damaged quite a bit. All the occupants homespun at Stump's for you.

;;.";. by her father Dr. A. II. Freeman, escaped without injuries. 20 cents yard, while it lasts. ,

who spent several days in the capital : of Waldo, attended Your Cash BalancesYou
city. Morgan Prevatt, MEAD COTTON: SEED: Always
the chicken pilau at :Mr.\ Youngblood's

beautiful Saturday night. If other of our friends! want to plant
I We are selling our :Mead cotton the coming season their have no trouble hunting up receipts and rrteIrd\\ bilk Just. call on the bank f

serges cheaper than we can :Miss Bonnie Youngblood entertainedA orders for need) should I tIC placed at for your check: and you have the evidence complete
buy them today. Stump's. number of her friends by giving: a once. The supply may be exhausted
J. chicken pilau Saturday night. Everyone THE: BANK OF STARKE.: r
soon This bank solicits
enjoyed the occasion, your deposits, lage or small, and invite you to pay your !bills through
Mrs J. M. Rising, of Philadelphia it. It's the SAFE
who with her husband is spending the \ Unhappy In Friendship way.
winter in Jacksonville, visited Mrs. FOREIGN: Many people expect too mush front
; Angie Sternberg for several days this their friends. They miiy ibemm-lven We pay 4 per cent on savings accounts, compounded quarterly. P'aceyour: l.ibrrty

week. Probably not many people here have be so thoroughly genuine und Hlne.-r Bond and other valuable in a safety deposit box, cost a imall.
I seen an English: : pound. The Bank of that they expert nil their. friends r., bo

Mrs. Sarah Adkins and daughter, Starke has lately received on deposit the same and \\I lu-n they dimoverlittle !
Mrs. Emily Wimberly, returned to a 2-pound note. We also have a French fault In their Idol. they feel the

t tJ Lake Butler Sunday, )! after N" enJ''">f franc. Persons Interested may see disappointment. most 1 umtrly. I'" uAll I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK r
several weeks at the home of Mr. and these specimens of foreign: money by >Itch your st.iuduriJ too high. thou. you

:Mrs. A. Z. Adkln calling at our, bank. ire less likely to have your Idol "lmtferid. Bradford
.. - I Try to -iiwinler that frUuiUwill County's Financial Stronghold

Cold Cause! Grip and Influenza drove's Tasteless chill Tonic \ nfr III1
Ii J UUCATIVE:BROMO QUININE Tablet remove the restates vitality and emrnr br purifrtnj' end en two "'11I1'\|>\le ruled: ((1)I) to fill.1tilt STARKE FLORIDAII
........ There. U only see. "Broroo a'lma'." rLhiatthg; blood. YO.I can KMD fol.*Suaotftboind. what they are ; ((2) to expect the,) loa ,
C. W. GROVE'S iUn.tur.on box. 3Oc. lavUoraUiU Effect. Prte DOo, just t that .

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sections i Is to decrease tho acreage in I '

II'li :I Bradford County FarmersCOUNTY and cotton livestock, replacing: : same with food crop I: '

Aa committees a result of have the called campaign meetings', ieireral [ Doings Of Peace Council. j jtaris

to organize the farmers into ugricul-
A' EN: rs' REPORTS the test have been devised. The coun- PLANTIMJ:' TUB; MELON CROP) e..I bUIUI _IIUUB'..1._,

j ty agent will recommend the most The atendance has been' unusually Jan.. 24.-A |
SumU'r ('ot. M/ Cucumbers have practicable one for use under local \\ hen and How to Plant-I'Vrtilixerto good except in a few section where tional events of the i

bern planted( I h, lil' Hushnell and Web conditions. IJ'HC for Best KesultH the influenza is very prevalent. The fotm today at meetings : I

utor ..(,tions. Cabbage crop i U gOod -.---.-- I record attendance was at St. Augus- of the great powers

) anti shipments being made right: along meow A LEGUME; : TillS YKAU In preparing for the watermelon tine, where lit least liOO people were commanders on all thu \ : ,,
Liberty County. As a result of thi 'i crop it in essential that the ground be present. may be summed: up as '

decline in prices, peanut acreage will Next to corn, the legume crop i U thoroughly disked and harrowed and First: The issuance
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L bo reduced somewhat in this county probably' thc most important for the I u (rood seed bed made. In South KlorI COUNTY FAIR MEETING warning to the world

One/ farmer has two acres of excellent general farmer in Florid.. It is the.I ida, planting of this crop begins flbout sion of territory gained

wheat growing on his farm merely for one crop that not only conserves the February' I, in the latitude of Marion There was a meeting of Bradford seriously prejudice the
experimental purposes. It I is looking fcitility o,' the soil but i ill capable of county about Feb 10, and 10 to 20 County Fair Association held in the who use such means
fine. adding materially to it, bays the University days later in North Florida. A. P. Directors Room of the Farmers & ereignty by coercion.

., i Washington County. Nearly J0! () o' Florida extension division. Spencer of the extension division of Dealers) Bank January 21, 1919. was :framed by
amuses, forage and other crops*-ol the University of Florida, suggests: Present Second): The
.Ic head of hogs being received daily at : F' M. Rivers, A. C. Strick
I .1 the local packing plant. Most of them that kind may prevent waste of soil that two or three successive plantings land W. C. Townsend, J. II. Scorboroujfh mission "of the highest ,
I fertility but they cannot convert at- eight to ten days apart be madeto thority to !
are brought in in wagons from this F. G. Schell J. L. Douglass, W. carry
I and Holmes and Jackson counties. The I mospheric nitrogen into plant food and insure a good stand against late A. Townsend, R. E. Dell, C. II Register ilization and establish
farmers are killing and curing more add it to the spil. Velvet beans, cow- spring, frosts. allied and associated

meat on the farm this year than ever I peas and peanuts are valuable le- The most successful growers usually The following committee of three western front.

before, and) still they have a good) sur- ITumeH.GET. apply the fertilizer: two weeks before ,wereselected by Chairman F. M. Third: Discussion
plus of hogs to market. The broodsow ; THE (AKDKN STARTED planting the seed, although a second era! to retire and select directors RiV-1 claims on conquered\ ;

herd on the average farm will be application may be made when the C. Strickland, W. C. Townsend, J. I* I with hearings of
I increased from G to 20) per cent over Help in Food Production by Growing vines begin to run if the soil is moist. Douglass.The New Zealand,, and
last year. Your Own WgetableH The fertilizer is worked into the committee reported the follow- German East Africa

Hamilton County. Some good: ) bulls checks two weeks before planting, at ing list for directors: F. M. Rivers, island groups of the
I No Florida family is planning toTive the rate of two pounds per hill or 800 J. Fourth: Approval of
are in this county and are being used W. Townsend, C. H. Register, C. 1.. /
to breed up the native cattle. Cattle without a garden this year, but some pounds to the acre. Peek., A. C. Townsend, W. A. .Dekle, the striking of a medal
have finished up the bean crop and I families will be slow in starting: the The fertilizer should analyze about N. E. Roberts, Wm. Johnson, J. H. taking tart in the war.
many have been marketed recently. work of soil preparation and planting 5 per cent ammonia, mpstly from Ash: Scanborough, II. J. Stewart. I Fifth: Authorization

Cold weather damaged vegetables: Induce them to begin early by settinga scrap; 7 per cent phosphoric acid; and C The' following officers chosen I the French foreign
L. somewhat. Several cars of corn have good example. There is scarcely a 3 per cent potash. If a second appli- for the were instructions for the

) been loaded. at Jennings for the feed month in the year in which something cation I is to be made, about a third of President ensuing, F. M.year Rivers.: proceed to Poland.-

; mills. Hamilton county farmers will cannot be planted or grown, keeping a the application may be scattered about Manager, J. W. Townsend. The foregoing
continuous supply of vegetables avail- the plants Cultivated in just when difficult I
this Irish most \
go/: easy season on potatoes, Treasurer, Wm. Johnson.
able for the table throughout the the vines begin to run. conference and
as there was practically no'murket for year. Chas. peace
Secretary, II. Register.The .
I : them last season. The extension division of the University .-The. checks" are.laid off before. -fertilization Fair Association will meet ed action for tomorrow
Duval County. Have established of Florida says that there are 8 by 12 feet or 10 by 10 feet. ; of nations, indemnities, / "
again next Wednesday night.
other for home At planting time, freshen the soil in
demonstration in general farm crops reasons planting a gar- labor and international
vegetables at home the checks, drop the seed by hand, and The Fair Association has gone to
with N. J. Albritton. He is an excel ( en. Many grown goes far toward :
lent farmer, and I am expecting some are better than those bought in the cover about 2 inches deep.. The hills work already, and the next one will bea most of the large
valuable co-operation from him. market because they deteriorate if not should be thinned to three plants to grand success in every respect. No conference.
Wakulla County. Have secured sec. cooked almost immediately after they the hill\ as soon as all danger: of frostIs county in the State_has more developed While the solemn

L number of farmers in different sec are picked. Some of them are pease, past. Germination may be hastenedby resources andr can make a better gard to the gaining of

tions of the county to put on demon string beans, Lima beans and sweet soaking/: the seed. Put the seedsin exhibit than Bradford county. All it force specified no
strations this year. W. H. Sellers has corn. Nearly every family has a bacK- a sack and keep them in warm wa- needs Is for the people to get behindit broadly the warring approximlltt'I

purchased a peanut picker, which was yard suitable for growing a small gar- ter for 12 hours. Build a fire on the and push it, and to do this means Ukraine and those '

badly needed in the community of Me. den. The chief essentials are that the ground and keep it burning long all sections of the county to pull to- Lemberg, where {
soil be of good texture well suppliedwith enough to heat the ground 2 feet deep; gether. One section is better adapted occurred, and also in !

dart.Putnam County.: A general rate ofprogress humus and plant food. It is aNo then dig out a hole in the center of the for certain products than the other, i ii
heated soil hot itto but all are good in their special line-
is being made in this county. essential that the garden be kept free and pour. water into i
C Farmers of weeds and grass, and that the soil prevent burning the seed. Place throw these together at the Fair and KILLS BIG
are making preparations to
4 lo early planting of Most of be cultivated freely and well. If a the soaked seed in the hole and cover see what a fine showing you will make I j
I crops. them with soil. Leave for the new settler and home seeker. David Luke, in charge/
544 the potato have out thiscrop choice may be had, select a plot where warm overnight -. :
growers: put .
for general farming and stock raising ell-Smith Co's. "Farm
the sun may strike it throughout the then plant immediately.
and the has been reduced
acreage ( Bradford can't be and
day, for sunshine and warmth will aid -- county beat, luck to kill a four-footed (
at least 30 cent.
per germination and plant development.A FOOl CAMPAIGN SHOWING we are only 53 miles from a market few days ago. While j
County. Much interest is being
t that will take all
high proportion of humus or rot- SPLENDID: PROGRESS you produce. Besides the woods near the old :
taken in securing better hogs and
the county Is already tapped by lake Mr. Luke
ley ,
fi. ted vegetable material i is: desirable in '
t dairy cows. Farmers are planning to
the trunk line of
'; raise more food for hogs than ever be. the garden soil, since it produces an I Those counties that have just been railroads reachingout barkingfuriously some
fore. open texture, adds! nitrogen insures covered in the Food Production campaign to every point of the compass and arriving there,
are setting for the other from the Dominion of Canada to the had treed a wild cat.
Hernando the presence of beneficial bacteria, a pace
The cold
County. recent aids in unlocking plant food from counties to follow, and it will certainly I Gulf and from the Atlantic to the Pa his gun with him and .
spell killed tender vegetables but the
f ,
citrus fruits remain unhurt. The local mineral particles, and, increases the be u good day for Florida when the cific. Get together and watch Bradford the varmint, which
t -
Ja. packing house has been running moisture retaining properties of the program that has been mapped out I county\ grow.-Bradford County depredator among pigs: (
Times. The animal weighed "
under full soil. for these counties is carried out. ThecllmpaiA'n
headway for several weeks.
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,1, The farmers are well satisfied with the Frrtili/.ers should be carefully( selocted. has been completed In Holmes -
lirovurd, St. Johns, Citrus, Columbia PAY VICTORY LOAN A ; ||
'J returns from their fruit. Citrus trees Nitrogen/ which stimulates FOIl SOLDIERS I|
Bradford and Leon Counties FOIl LAST '.\ )
will leaf be
be sprayed this year. A sprayer growth, may supplied by turning !- '
s was recently purchased, to bemused in uridcr rich well-rottod manure or and without exception the farmers
Washington, D. C., Jan. 22.-Senator :
in active
these counties gave their Washington Jan.
the of the vegetable matter. Sheep' manure and
: orange groves county. Park Trammell!, who some months I
to the and Glass; said that ;
support campaign are enthusiastic today
Holmes County. Prospects are goodall l poultry droppings will hurry plants
introduced in the Senate
ago a measure -
over the production) of more Loan, which is to be,
over the county for increased acreage along: as rapidly many chemical fertilizers. providing for one month's additional -
food and likewise increasein last three weeks of
crops an
i of corn, cotton and. rice. I Hoanut .
for all officers and enlistedmen
the production of livestock. pay the last government loan
acreage will be cut considerably unless With a little forethought a small of the army navy and marine
i there is change in the market Probably no county is pledging bet- though the government,.
a I tract of ground may be made to supply corps, who should receive honorable
,before planting time. J. B. Davis, who the with fresh I ter support than St. Lucie, where in float some more loans
average family vegivibles discharge" after the signing of the armistice be through banks.
lives near Uonifay, will take in about one section of this county the sugar/: :
d the !
: throughout year Many today made a speech in the to make this of the :
: 1,00(1 acres of new land this year. Mr. home gardeners are content to raise canfe! acreage! will be increased 200 percent Senate in support of an amendment of one
the drive. The
Iti Davis expects! to stump fully half of n single crop on the tract but it Is pos- and corn and potatoes 100 percent offered by Senator Ashurst to the one
six billion
this land.) and have all\ In another section of this same more and
planted to corn sible to 'grow two or three crops in hundred million dollars relief bill,
1f and beans by May 1. one season on the same soil and they county, forage crops, dairy products. proposing to allow two months' additional billion --.- ._
t;? Walton County. !Much interest being will! be better and cheaper than any and hogs will each be Increased 25 pay to enlisted men and noncommissioned 101.000) WOUNDED .
shown in club work this year. that can be bought on the market, per cent this year, according to state- officers. Senator Trammel
I : ments made at the meetings by the STILL IN= HOSPITALS :
; Many new members have been added!
If winter hangs on too long, start !, while heartily urging the adop-
d' to the potato and peanut clubs. tho plants in a cold frame and have farmers themselves. tion of Senator Ashurst's amendment,
J I iborty) County. Six more purebredhogs them ready for setting into the garden Bradford County is also setting: a also insisted that the commissioned Washington, Jan.

.4 : nod one pure broil Angus bull %'.hen danger of frost i ill past. There lively pace, and each of the meetingsof officers should be allowed one month's American soldiers

g have/ been brought into the county recently. I is really no seoret to good gardeningfor this county had a record attendance additional pay. pitals overseas number .

Il Twenty-five boys in addition the family table. Success depend and enthusiasm was high, with far Senator Trammell this week appeared
to the members of last year, have enrollod mers already making pans, for increased -
on the proper attention to details, andkrowlodge before the Railroad Administration '
( iti the club work of the details be production of staple farm made
can quickly and protest against any
c Osci-ola County. Heavy frosts damaged learned crops. It would not be fair to mention, further advance in freight: rates in the FARMING IMPLEMENTS &. SUPPLiESAvery
. . _. these two without saying that in all
\ peppers' eggplant and tomato - "" --- -- southeastern territory. In connection

:. pliints'throughout: \ the county. Citrus COTTON OKOWEHS HIT AGAIN the others where meetings have been' with his callupon the administration Improved Oliver and Brinkley Plows. Also j
1 fruit and trees not damaged. held splendid enthusiasm has been
relative to this subject, Senator Tram-
extra for these plows: I
4 :Marion County. Cabbage crop look- J. W. Hobbs was infromed by a manifested. niell is in receipt of a letter from Mr. : repairs

: ing very nice. A fair acreage of let- i Jacksonville cotton man the first of The tendency in the cotton growing Chambers, director of traffic, advising Dixie Plows, Georgia Ratchet Plows, repairs, extra

,, tuce has been planted. Recent cold the week that 40,000 bales of Egyptian - that the shippers will have ample opportunity handles and beams.
spell' .slightly damaged. some fields. cotton had been dumped into the to be heard upon any proposed -
'Ir. This county will use about 100' tons United States recently This seems increase. Riding, Spring Tooth Shovel, Peg Tooth and Fowl.

k of nitrate of soda. strange after the official assurance 4--- er Cultivators. Also Weeders, Disc Harrows and
i;; .... ---'---' I given Senator Fletcher that no more EXPLOSIVES LICENSE:
J fiOOII) RESULTS: ; Flm SWEET: "cotton would be bought from Egypt Reasons Stalk Cutters.

I POTATOES: IN CLAY COUNTY until after this year's crop in Floridawas U. S. licenses arc still required for Sweeps, Scooters, Opening Plows, Turn Blades,

I _ marketed. should aU explosives except ammonium nitrate Readymade Heels for Grasshopper. I
The work that has been done by the If the statement is correct it means Cardui.Why you the woman's use electric blasting' machines fireworks .
4T extension division, through special and. that the Florida grower after paying tonic, for your troubles, and flashlight powders. Hames, Traces, Bridles, Plow Lines, Single Treer,

.' 1 county agents advocating the proper high' prices for labor to cultivate and t have been shown in Licenses still required for explosives Collars, Collar Pads Steel and Leather Hamestrings, i

'c4 .: storage of sweet potatoes brought pick! his cotton will have to compete : thousands of letters from' ingredients when purchased for use in Padded and Old Style Back Bands. I
t good' results in Clay county. According in the sale of it with cotton produced actual users of this medicine manufacture of explosives.Need .
to tti who speak from i.- Hoes of All Kinds Shovels Pitchforks Rakes. A I
county agentV. T. ='I..tU"s'l by ch'ap Egyptian: : labor. It also for protection" explosives ,
tho potatoes utorrd in the I n'enns. that if no protection is given the personal results experience.-obtained by great us. ever. Very Large Assortment of Each. I'

have been properly constructed and I tho cotton grower in South Florida. I other women for so many _-__ ------. I
in Town Farmer's Show I
When Supply
there WI'I'I number of them built I at'd the other section where Sea la- c years have been so uni LEMONS WHITEN AND see my

through the county tho past full, are I| 1 l.-yd; cotton is raised, there will be no j "I formly Rood, why not BEAUTIFY THE SKIN Window, a Display of Farming Go6ds Only. II
give Cardui a trial? '
V7 : beautifully.The ()tetsnle cotton grown in thin. cOuntry DeVVITT C. JONES

growing of sweet potatoes has another'nr; i: . ,
been, encouraged in this county antic :Mr.1, Hobbs is in Savannah today TakeCARDUI Ma''e This Beriuty( Lotion STARKE, *. . FLORIDA '
,.- ninny small; \ plots put out Imt'': '
p looking after the Interests of the! Pasu Cheaply For 'Iijea' Face
year. The crop dij HO well that the ,- Pttde Banner1
number will bo increased this year.p toiiiity--growers.- ;-- --City i Arms Neck and Hands.At -

One man put out an eighth acre nnH I I.harvested .
"Vur, conditions!! have been
f;0 measured bushels of marketable "ii-, till in teaching the inKtru-1 the cost of a small jar of ordinary HOW NYOUISEE ?

, potatocj. .--- 'I, co-operation. Since the fundamentals I The Woman's Tonic cold cream one can prepare a full : -
I hahoen HO efficiently demonstrated I' quarter pint of the most wonderful lemon -
TEST THE SEED CORN ,j it becomes our duty to apply the results Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, of skin softener and complexion

gained; toward further cooperative -I'p1 Cullen, Va., wrltesi beautifier, by squeezing the juice of
; Good yields of corn cannot bo expected development. j I "About II i years ago, I IPI two fresh lemons into a bottle containing
I from poor seed regardless of I suffered untold misery three ounces of orchard white
I how well the soil may be prepared and The Withstand the Winter strain the juice\
Strong I with female trouble,bear Care:: should be taken to
I the crop fertilized and cultivated.,\ IF Cold Better Than the Weak ing-down pains, head through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp

k the proper variety of seed has been s*>-- You must have Health. Strength and Endurance .. 1 ache, numbness . I gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh -f-- -
\ lected, its percentage of germination to fight Colds,Grip and Influenza. for months. Every woman knows that .
-i must be determined. That work should When your blood Is not la a healthy f would go:: for three weeks lemon Juice is used to bleach and remove -' .

be done now ahead of planting time. condition and does not circulate properly. almost bent double . such blemishes as freckles, sal- _' -
[Aft 0 w.J.s4.t. H cm t M 41 coma
: your 705
t1b says the University of Florida experiment your system is unable to withstand the I My husband went to Dr. lowness and tan and Is the Ideal skin

station. Winter cold.GROVE'S. for Cardui . softener, whitener and beautifier. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINEwith

J4b. If the seed does not germinate well TASTELESS Chill TONIC I After taking about two Just try itl I Get three ounces of its four hundred pictures and four hundred-artlcles each month.i is bigger

a poor stand will result. It will be Fortifies the System Against COlds Grip ; bottles I began going orchard white at any drug store and and better than ever. Our correspondents in all parts of the world are \
:t: more profitable to discard poor seed and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching q around and when I took two lemons from the grocer and makeup continually on the watch for new and interesting things for our readers. (
,t and buy or select again if seed of good the Blood.It of this sweetly fragrant -
contains the well-known tonic I three bottles I do a quarter pint POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE IS FOR SAL BY ALL NlWSDCALCJtS
% 5 \ germinating ability can be procured. erties of Quinine and Iron in a prop form all my work." E-80 lemon lotion and massage it daily Ask them to show you a copy or ...lId 20c for the latest Issue postpaid. Yearly sub.acnpuon -
4 The cost of tending a half crop Is as acceptable to the moat delicate stomach q Into the face, neck, arms and hands.It 12.00 to ail part of lb. United States, its possessions. Canada and Mexico.:
I great all that for a full stand. and Is pleasant to take. You can soon feel I h is marvelous to smoothen; rough red POPULAR MECHANICS: MAGAZINE. S N. MlcM s. A........ Chicago, illto.U

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and on Monday she underwent an op Springs Is visiting her !sister M. J. Southeast! Quarter, also one acre in
I I eration. The last report showed she Fonts, and other relatives this week Northeast cor' of Southwest Quarter ul

J News Notes Of The CountyCLAY I was doing as well as could be expect. J. L. Underbill and family of Pine of Southeast; Quarter and Southeast

ed.Mr. Level attended church and Sunday Quarter of Southwest Quarter, see 17,
IJj and Mrs. C. M. Andreu were school hero Sunday.Mrs Tp. 7, R. 21 E., containing in all 21
. business visitors to Gainesville Thurs A. L. Jackson visited at the acres, more or less.
HILL his parents Misses Alma Price Olive Murrhoe, day. home of Mrs. J. E. Johnson Friday af January 23: 1919.J. .
({ G. W. Parker was a business visitor Florrie Ward Ruby Broilbhton} Onie Dr.' Clemons, of Jacksonville, was a ternoon. A. J. McKINNEY, JR.
1j,; Clay Hill, Jan. 31.-The rainy day to Lawtey Monday.W. and Bunie Graves Effie. Edith and business visitor here part of last week. Miss Julia Alvarez and brother' 1-24-Bt. Guardian.

'i' for the past week were very disagreeable M Wimberly visited friends at Bertha Sloan; Messrs. Roy Goodie :Mr. and Mrs W. Newsom, of Graham Charley, visited Sunday school Sun- ----
.t'i to the Clay Hill folk Lawtey Sunday. Duggar Jones, of Sampson City; attended church here Saturdayand NOTICB

'.X We are glad to note that Mrs. H. B T. E. Englebretsen returned to hit Frank Reynolds, Willie Price, Elijah Sunday. day.Little Margie, Claricy and Geneva '" County Ju.I"..''. Court. Bradford County,
; Hudson is on the road to recovery.B. home in Jacksonville Tuesday. Youngblood Willis Youngblood. Morgan Miss Ruth Newsom was the guest of Jackson joined our Sunday school Sunday ula. I'I.Iil
D. Carter was a visitor to Starke'' -C-- and Willie Prevatt, Egbert Ora Melvin'part of last week. afternoon.The IN KK:J.ESTATE M. Flitch.!: OF 1 Deeraanl,

Saturday. I GRAHAM Hroughton, Aubrey, Homer and Em- Mr. Similar of Providence, was a people of this section are having H. J. KUTCn. Administrator of the
S. J. Starling was transacting busi- I ory Sloan and others. They departedat business visitor here !lust Saturday some damp weather and bad roads' .:'''1. of J. M. Finch ,...... .

ness in Lawtey Saturday.E. I Graham, Jan 31-Mr. and Mrs. Will a late hour, wishing the honorees morning. (this week. VS Pttltlonrr.

II. Carter and son, Henry accompanied i Jones made a business trip to Starke many more happy birthday. G. W. Anderson and daughter Miss Florencel-iii.h end J. F.. Fetch belri.
of J. M. .
Fetch IVa K and all Other
'. by B. C. Carter motored Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones entertained Gertrude, were visitors here Sunday The Quinine That Dee. Nol Affect The Head Prraona Interested In the .::01.l. of
to Jacksonville during the past week. I Alfred McKinney of Monteocha, quite a number of- their friends ata afternoon Because or Its l tonic unit IassuseAmt. LAXAriVK old J. M. Futch I>....... .
IJKOMO JI.IN1NK be taken Defendant.
F Jimmie Norman was among the visitors was here on business Monday. dance Wednesday evening. All report Rev. F. B. Johns, of Starke was attending ; by anyone wlthnut ciuinlnil. nervounncM> can or rinuinala CITATION
to Lawtey Saturday. I Claud Birt of Hampton, was here a jolly good time.Resolutions. to business here last week. the head. t.w.Glm\ S signature ...... 3Uc. TOU ORENEFtlliiANOJ' UTrll
Misses Rosa and Dora Carter were Monday on business. Miss Loca Anderson spent Saturdayand ANI> AM. OTIIKH .PERSONS INTEU.KMTED / .
guests of Mrs. David Lang Saturday. Mrs. George Stone and Miss Frances Our committee on resolutions submits Sunday at her home near Raiford, PREVENT: HOG CHOLERA IN TIIK: ESTATE: OP sun J

II. B. Hudson was among the busi- i Murrhee attended the C. E. Convention the following: returning Sunday afternoon. The B. A. Thomas Hog Powder has TAKE M FIITCII.NOTU'K. KCF.ASKI. that: H..:J I>.Fetch iRKRTING ailmin.: '

ness visitors to Jacksonville during at High Springs Monday and Resolved, That the Christian Endeavors Services have been changed from the record of 05 cent cures! of Hug iHtrutor of the mlnte of J. M. Futch d.v...... ,
the past week. I Tuesday.Mr. of the North Central Association third Sunday to the second Monday of a per ha thin day. lard. In the al.ive enltth-.l ..11..
Cholera. If feed hogs as nnd court, a ,lit'tilion, the ohjiTt nf whlrh I.
you your
L. E. Starling was visiting in the W 1'. Byrd made business tripto in convention assembled in each month /1t the Missionary Baptist lite. sell the Northwivt Quarlvr of lhi> Northfiwt 1
highland section Sunday afternoon. Starke Monday Milesville. wish to express their hear. chun-h. )Do not forget these services. directed, you need never fear hog Clunrltir. anti the Hnulrmant Qimrter of

:Mrs. J. B. Moseley spent Sunday I Messrs. Newn Thomas Jack and ty thanks to the following: Mrs E. Thomas and children of cholera nor any other hog! disease. And the hin Northriut 4. S. It.Wunrtt 21 KM of, containing Siction .tIn HO, '..'...wn-......

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 11.1 I Gus Wynn of Sampson City was here First to Mrs Carl I.ohmann and our Jacksonville, are visiting at the homo the directions are very simple! just mom or Ice.. !Iw.. a etch, RO rest wlilc ucnHiatin' .
Carter :Monday on business. beloved state secretary, KatHerine Mrs. J. Sowell. ibout what are doing, plus few Kant: nlilv I of (SoulhritM. 'Iu"..Ice. In Ih.
and family. of her parents l. Mr. and you a I'linllly ..r llrnilford.. I Slme t ..f F'lorh In. to paylelita
B. Lang was a visitor to Highland Mr. O. W. Muines of Monteocha, I Bishop, that they may know our appreciation Mr. and Mrs. C. Colson were the puts worth of B. A. Thomas' 1I0j.1'w.I'r .\' duo by the .nlJ I M. F 1.Bch. .lcensrd l..
was a pleasant visitor here Monday. of their invluable service S. V. Andreu until property having burn owned by h'm In
Saturday afternoon. guests of :Mr.. and :Mrs. in the feed twice a week.Usually bit life time, and them not bring aulTicleiitMntoni.1
L. E. Moseley was a visitor to Highland Mr.: and Mrs. Odell Abernathy made and contribution of enthusiasm which Sunday. though Cholera gets in before lirnperly In pay ...1.1 ",.hl.. It ,la
during the past week. u business trip to Starke :Monday. they always bring, and their Inspiration Remember Sunday school each Sun- I hr..foro. Inlervd) Hint thti ilefi'llilaiitii. and' a
we know it. Then it requires fill ottiKj* ppmoita Inlfn-ftteil In lht enlate of. I I.aid
Mrs. H. G. ferry of Starke, visited :Mr. Jesse Byrd was a business visitor I to greater service. iliiy morning at the :Missionary Baptist ) J. M. Kitten, ilect-aned. niipiar tit Ihs petition
close attention to each hogeach hog
her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Star to Louise Monday. Second To the good people of Miles- vhuivh and at the Free Will Bapi filed herein on nr hefora the 8nl any ofMarch.
must be dosed-and if will dose A. I'l mill. and .h..... eater. If any
ling Saturday night and Sunday, leavIng !Mr. H. K. Mills was! professional I yule for their kind hospitality.. They 'i i 1st in the afternoon you they hive why inlil l petition lihould nut .heHrantvd
for her home Sunday afternoon accompanied -' visitor to Starko Monday.Dr. opened their homes and their heartsto G. U. Colson has sold bin mercantile them as ,directed you will save better ., otherwlitii the rinse will bo pnwt. ,Mkil

by her mother. I W. E. Middleton, of Hampton, us and we shall not forget our business to K. Andreu, of New .han !90 per cent. If you don't the II.A. with It I.nM further In clues ordrrrd of. default.that a copy\ of thlaortler
B. D. Carter passed through our was here Monday on business pleasant stay among them. We congratulate Rivt'rho, has taken charge of the' Thomas' medicine costs you noth- be lu.hll.h..1 for four aucctititlve wcekaireceillnir

burg Sunday afternoon. ; Mrs. Jesse Jones made a business the society there for their business und will move his family herein ng. We-not Home distant manufacurer | *, in Hit the dale Bradford named County herein Teleitraph.nnwMpnper for appcarHttct a-

Miss Pearl Padgett was the guest trip to Hampton Tuesday. fine work and -we trust that the timewe the near future. .. : -pay your money back inililiHheil at HtArke In sell county ,
of Mr. Jesse Ogden Stivrke in going and coming - undVinnie Lane Mini Ktft''... once a week.IHmt .
Misses Edith and EHlo Starling on \ .was in on spent may Misses !Mabel Byrd I Sold by R. S. Jones.-Adv. and. ordered 1 this the Ittth day of Jan-
Saturday afternoon.W. business :Monday.Mrs. prove profitable to you as we are sure were pleasant visitors here Tuesday. unry, A. I). 1DIV.
II. W. Carter was attending to :Maude Graves was in StarkeMonday it has been to us. G. B. Colson made a trip to Gainesville . . ttd"Y 41Fi + 4 C CEO A. OA RUINER. i'
County Judiie of llrailford County, Stale of
business in Lawtey Saturday. on busness.Mr. (Signed) E. T. Montgomery Myrtle last week on business. LEGAL.j NOTICFt4 I FlorlilH. ((8. L.I) r

S. J. Starling was among the visitors -I : and :Mrs. J. D. Burst of Chicago Stokes, Mrs. George. Stone. II. P. Gainey anil G. W. Hazen madea + + + + + + + + + + + A. /. APKINSI.Attorney !, IVIItloner. 1-17-71.
to the home of Geo. E. Wilkinson who has been touring the south, -- trip to Waldo one day last week. I for

) Sr., Sunday. I is here for a few days guests of Mr. HUOOKKK; :Mr. and !Mrs Alvin !McKinney, of Ity the powi-r NOTICE vratnt OP 1 In ELECTION them hy the s.hoo.1. RIIKRIFP'8 HAI.KNotlcti

Misses Edith and Elsie Starlingwere and !Mrs. Will Jones. Louise, were visiting. nlutihere on I.itWN of the State. of KlorMrt.. the hoard. of la hereby lilvvn that under, and by
visiting their grandparents in I !\I r. Henry Wilson, of nl'urlamp\ Brooker Jan. 31-Rev. M. A. W'\\>oll- last Sunday. I'DMlo Instruction of Itrmtrfiinl. ""..nIY, hiiv.iynnli'ni School'env virtue tif an execution limited. out of ....1 utuler

this section Sunday afternoon. I ton was a business visitor here Wed- ard, of Dukes filled I his regular appointment :Mr. and Mrs. It. Johns, of Hampton Plntrirt nit rUTticm Nt. to 1. br Th held....'..In... Spt-clnl on Snturtlnl'ehrunry ./. tho and. neat for of llradronl the Clerk......n'of,the. Florida Circuit, tinted Court. the In a

Messrs. Nelson Prescott and B. C. nesday. here last Saturday and were, visiting relatives' here Sunday. Hih.I : l'lt and; for tlie tlftfrmtntt: per; ;\mss the of rlrttinuihn'i nminint: 20110 dnv of Aiiuimt. A. l>. KIIH. In favor of +
Carter I I Mrs Annie Millard returned to her Sunday.W. Edwards and sister Georgia trutrrn to i W. C Wltitten and W. M. Whltten. partnrnt.doitiir )
accompanied by \V. A. Starling Arthur : of mlll.. to he aei.ud.F'or |. bunint an W. C. Whlttvn A (.... andMutilitnt
were visitors to Jacksonville during home at Trilby Wednesday after aweeks' S. Nabb was a visitor to Worthington attended, services hero Sunday the |Mirii'.tf of balding. the until. ..1.! .. I Joe <;ritriN. I. W. .1 Knttenton e.aherltr
I' visit here with her Sunday afternoon. tion .hu iIlowitiK ninnmnTi* have iH-t-n( ui,>- of ItraiKord '''''h'1"1..1,1"\ will nell
the week. parents, .. '
past Everybody likes' night liointrd. : M. / Hnllivun tI M. Hi-ntu-tt and.1'I. .
i to go to town in this section. i if. I :\11''. and Mrs. O. W. Dyul.I B. F. Merritt, who has been stationed Aliases Elva: and Ruby Edwards: aecoin \ W. Moor I at puhllo rash, on rale the to 3rd the tiny hashed. of February and hat, bidderfar A. I).
p f. C. B. Starling was in our commun I I Mr. and Mrs. .las. Reynolds was in at St. Nazaire France and Donald l ldkins. >>"all\ .d hyli04Il: !Ruby Parrish, attended . hoard. Public T. II.In.I.Uun.I'lNMOI.STfOU.Clmtrittnn I I .UrntlfurdCtiunly l. 'HUD.1 .In front of tho court hoimo door In
Ru..k, Florlitu.. the fallowing tl-. -r>beil. lamln
,\ the of Misses .
ity Sunday. I Starke :Monday on business were guests \ church here Sunday morning.Mrs. 10,1"". I lyloic and in Itradfnril. county, Florliln, . tt>-
.w Messrs. Ozias Prescott and Edward I I :Mr. Riley Wasdin made business i I.oca Anderson and Nellie Strickland A. II. Shaw, Gainesville(; ,', was ,1 Attest: I wit : .
K: n porrKLUCo .
Carter trip to Starke Monday Thursday afternoon. here business one day last week. end Sec' I-10-IM. The North.a.t Quarlfr, of Norlhenitt Q.r.Irr
in Muitprlntrnili'nt
were attending to business in y
,' I nf Merlliin"' 8:'4, Tp. 4, 8. It. 21 E! ; also
y Jacksonville Saturday. !Mr. und !Mrs O. J. Abernathy and Messrs. Guy Pinholster and Walter A. II. Surrency was attending to --- -- -- - -- --- -- the North Half of Northwest Ouarter ofNurthweM p..
. ., Hurdle and Lonnie Padgett were attending I :Misses\ Florence Walker, Onie Graves, Baxter were in Luke Butler last Saturday business in Jacksonville part of last NOTICB JimrliT of Scctliin. .1(1( I'p, I I. S. it. t.
Six months after ilnto. rirrcof I will, iin'wi'ntniy 21' 1 K.. or mi moat thereof aa la neeea. iry to
to business in Highland Saturday motored over to Hampton Tuesday, afternoon.Rev. wt'i-k. voucher and final aceolint to the Moitnrnbli. .II.fy unlit ttKeciitlon and coata In thla Is,. n
I I :Mrs' :'tlyrtillcKinnl'Y.: of Louise Kubunks: of Lake City, preached Mrs. Otis Barry is very sick at this ii'O. A. (;..."In,'". i'ounty Juiiue. of HrnilfordCounty. half

Mrs. Alice Moseley and childrenwere was here on business Wednesday. at the Missionary Baptist church writing. We hope her a speedy re- . .ait Klorlila ailminlHtrnlor, anilauk' 4>f the for tat. Coil of W..llncharire II.- I l-a-Kt. Rherlir W.Hrailford J. KPPERSON.Ce.. Florida.TO . .
shopping in Starke Tuesday I I Mr. Ira Riley of Courtaney, was last Tuesday and Wednesday night covery. llmlerhlll. ilicvamd.Thia - --. -- --
L. -M. Carter spent Saturday visiting visiting friends here last week. with good<F.'UIJI.I.S.' NOTICE OKMTOKfl AND CNEDITORA .t
in Lawtey. !Messrs. Jas. Reynolds and Tom Messrs. Lucian flaxen and John Saturday here on business.Mr. S-0-Hmo.. Administrator.Notice All iwraona Indebted. to the. entate of John

Sheriff Elam Weeks, of Green Cove Mills made a business trip to Jacksonville Groover were visitors to Lake Butler : llurnage, of Starke, lI"pnt.t./ - ---------- -- (rnerly Culver of htte hrndford of' Hartford.County.. Connecticut Florida ..and......for..1.*

Springs, has been visiting this section Wednesday.Mr. Sunday afternoon. urday here with his sister, Mrs. 11. are iiicated, to nay. their aald debta. forthwith.
pretty regular here lately Arthur Williams} of Gainesville, Miss Vera Surrency and father attended Shaw. Six months after date hereof 1 will and. all shall peraona file the having same elaima duly ananat.authenticated Raid. eatate a

' Rev. J. L. Strickland was among the was here Tuesday on business.Dr. church here Saturday night. It. P. Gainey and,) family attended present my vouchers and final accountto with tho unilontlifnetl administrator, within on. '
Lamb and Durance Chester Andreu of New River attended Hock Saturday and year from ".1. hereof or they will be forever )
visitors to Highland Sunday afternoonII. son, was church at Little the lion. Goo. A. (jardineCounty .harrvd.Thla..
f' S. Starling was visiting in this business visitors here Tuesday. church here Sunday night. Sunday Tudgc ixf Bradford County, Fla.. and Pecenibrr 10, ISIS.RICHARD.
.. community Sunday. Messrs. S. D. Dukes and son, Leland, Messrs. Ralph William and Saxton J. !Morgan and family spent Sunday ask for my final discharge as administrator AI.IIKItT. .
Administrator of state of John Culver deceaaed.
Little Miss Daisy Moseley was the Lacy Prevatt and Guilford Weeks Moore, of Hampton attended church afternoon at the home of L. Clemons. of the entitle of Roderick Ba .. 11-19-81. '

r guest of Miss Lonnie and Bertie Carter made a business trip to Starke Tues. here Sunday night. I.. R. Gainey and family attended ker, deceased.
Sunday. day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. Newsom and little services at Little Rock Saturday and This 24th dny of January, 1119. MANTRA' BALK
The Clay Hill folks heard the soundof Brown and granddaughter daughter, Doris, attended church here Sunday J. II. BITCH, Notice I.( hereby irlvr-n that. tinder and by
virtue of a. Final |tteree made and renderedIbiember
airplanes passing over Saturday I Anna Mae Brown, has returned to Sunday. --- -.- -- l-2-l-Omo. Admnlstrator. IHth. A. l>. ISIS\ .by the Judge of
afternoon, but failed to see them. their home in Atlanta Ga. Dr. Thomas Several attended. church at Little KVKRGKKENEvergreen. : : -----. the Clrrulk/ Court of the Sth Judicial Circuit
of Florida. In and fur flradfnrd l County, Inchancery
far Jackson Sunday.
accompanied them as
as Notice ..slingn/ favor of lelah F. Oodwln.Complainant .
WOODLAWN PARKWoodlawn ville.Mr. School is progressing: nicely and we : Jan. :.11.-Rev. JimStrickland Six months after date hereof I will and .".111..1 Mcott Andrew. and
e : M. L. McKinney of Lake Butler are planning for a good I entertainmentthe filled his regular appoint present my vouchers and final account I'fendante.N. dean the. and nndentliinrd Freila Cotiton. will, ,otTer hla wife for, .d.. ..

Park Jan. 31.-T. C was a pleasant visitor here Friday. last night. ment here Saturday and Sunday. to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner County before the court h...... iloora at ",..,k., Itradford .- ,,
Wlliams came down from Jacksonville Mr. Tom Woodruff, of Palatka, was Miss Blanche Andreu returned home Willie Reddish, of Waterside, attended Judge of Bradford County, Fin., and county Florida, !between. the. .legal hours..
F nf ante fin Monday, the ml day nf February.A.
and spent Sunday with his family here on busiyss Friday.Mr. Saturday after a week's visit with church at Evergreen Saturday and ask for my final discharge as adminxtratrix II. I Kill. In the hluhat and .bent bidder for
J. A. J. :McKinney, of Sampson friends in Starke. Sunday. of the estate of J. E. Barton ._h. the follitwlnv tlinierllieil. landa.. altuateif.
here.Miss Myrtle Norman spent Sundayat City was here Friday. (!. B. Colson made a business trip to Delhprt) Sapp returned home Thurs. leccaued. In The Mradford South. Cntinly Half ( %, )Florida.of the, tn-wltl Houth. Half ( Uj)

her home in the Vanderbilt section. :Mrs. D. J. Byrd, two daughters, Bellamy Monday morning.C. day night from Green; Cove Springs. This 24th day of January 1919.EVEI.iNA of lot Eleven III ), Rertlon thirty ; Alan
E. Kite and son, D. L., were visitorsto Ethel and Mabel and Miss Effie Sloan I Moody of LaCrosse filled his appointment II. Wilkinson and son, Andrew, were BARTON the ll-tl West of the Half Northeaat I 14.. I of the Qiianer.North 11-41 Kant Quarter of. 8eetlon .
Lawtey Monday.B. was in Hampton Friday afternoon on last Sunday, at the Little business! visitors to Kuiford Monday. l-24-fimo. Adminlstratix" Thirty-one, l Nil : Aluo the SoutheaM Quarter .
.'B. of Jacksonville business. Rock church. Mrs. Reddish and granddaughter, 11-41 f ) of the N."h..., Ouartnr 1141. lette I
Moody -
was a ---- Ten flnt f Acme In the Northeast Corner In
visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. Mrs. Jones and mother Mrs. George Miss Alvah Thomas was in town Louise, spent Saturday night at theJ. Notice of Guardian; Sale Section; (1311 ; All In Townithip fir.I .
Kite Sunday. Stone, and Mrs. J. D. Durst and Miss shopping Saturday S. Rosier home. Notice is hereby given that thirty I Ifli I. Knnire Twenty 1201 Rant: all land helnirnnd
lylnir Kiutt: of Brims rtinnlnir betweenlelnh
Mr. and !Mrs. H. S. Norman have 1"lorl'nceValk'r motored over to Serb| Newsorn, of Graham was in :Misses Jamie and Lily Supp and lays after date hereof on to-wit, the ... ioilwln. and I. W. 1.I..h..I.l Jr..
returned home, after spending the Hampton Friday afternoon. our town Saturday.Mr. brother )Di-lU-rt, were visitors to Mr. Mth day of February 1910! I. the undersigned riinlainlnic, Heventy |70)) Arc.... moo. or le...
winter at Citrn, where Mr. Norman R. W. Surrency and J.: II. Surrency and :Mrs. C. W. Col.son, of Pine arid Mrs. t. :M. Rosier Sunday. as guardian for Jami-M Was- J.frficrlal I. I'F.K.I Mu,.t....
has been employed (gathering oranges. made a bu-siness trip to Starke Friday. Hill, attended church here Sunday. :Mi-sura. Wesley! und Andrew Wilkinson din, Oscar Wawlin and :Mary June I ,t / A I OK INS.
Clarence Green, of Jacksonville, Is Hob (Lewis of near Brooker, was !Mr.\ and< -- ------
here the guest of his grandparents here Thursday on business. I. W. Pinholstvr were visitors to Pine visitors. at the J. W. Griffls"; homo din und Nancy Wnsdin, deceased will NOTICK- TO IIKIITOKH AND CKKDITOItH:

Mr. and Mrs. A. Green. :Mrs' E. T. Stewart spent part of Hill Saturday. afternoon Sunday. ipply to the Honorable Geo.; A. (;Jarliner All pentonn lnled tit the enlate of 1).. It. I
Dr. Biggs/ and A. :M. Blanchard of last week with her sister :Mrs. Amie :Mr. and :Mrs. I*. Ward and childrenleft l Ir BiggH" was a business visitor inour County Judge of Bradford I' Wllmm, lain of llradford County, Florida,
Lawtey were business visitors here Lewis of Brooker. last Saturday for Hamlet, N. C., hurKIonelay.: County, Ma., for an order to sell at ilfeeaneil forthwith, are and! regal|all.d.tMiraona to pay. their havlou.said

Monday. Ray Goodge/ of Sampson City, wu where they will reside in the future. !Mr. and :Mrs. S. Lf n passed thru private sule the one-fourth undivided UKniimf the. Maid mate are renucHtud, to preterit

Rev I). L. Phillips, who has! been a business visitor here Saturday./ Robt. Groover. *f near Graham, wu our burg :Monday. Interest each of snid minors in tin from. them th it dnte'duly. or authenticated they will be. within forever one barred.. year
suffering with the flu, i is! on the convalescent Chesley Fogg/ made a business tripto n our town Saturday.The Shell Rosier was in Belford Fri- following described lands. lying amid )hr Thin'' 27lh uW of lncimher, ling''
list. Jacksonville Wednesday./ Gainey Bro>*. have purchased lay. ng in Brudfonl county, FISi., to-wit:: Mil!!. JK.SMIR: A. Wir.HON.Kxellitrln .
of Kutate: >". H. I' WlUon. d.-
Dr. G. W. Brown, of Lawtny, was a R. H. Jones wan: a business visitor to some of the horses. from Camp John- J. H. Sapp wan it visitor. to highland North Half of Southeast Quarter of ceaited.. ofj 12-27-

professional visitor here Saturday.We Waldo Saturday ston. Sunday.
are glad I to see that the Telegraph Mr. and :Mrs, A. Lane spent Saturday Dr. W. E. :Middleton< is advocating hard road for in Hampton with their daughter was here on a professional call Monday section Sunday. lt'II.II.JWtJlljJaUWIJlDmWWQCIDmwmCDmCDWCUfc.JCDIUIUWtilCU)( / ! UCOflCOWCJJwmcIIDCJJCcilCJWc1;) :! : !
Mrs. Claude Birt. ----.---
Bradford county as we have been
needing them for some taime. Let us I.. F. Surrency, of Brooker, was a Last Friday morning several of the RISING:

all get busy and have hard, surfaced pleasant visitor here Friday boys here were riding the horses that Export TradeLatin
roads in this county. Jesse Byrd left Saturday for Plant were bought from Camp Johnston and Rising Jan. 31.-'M. M. Crosby and

Mrs. D. L. Phillips and daughter City, and other points south. one of the horses made a misstep and children Inez, Hetu, Millard and

Debbie, were visiting relatives in the Willard Smith has returned to his fell down throwing the boy off, but ,Markley, am sick with the Influenza America
Vanderbilt section Tuesday. home from Courtaney, where he has no one was hurt. his: week but we arc glad to report I

S. H. Thompson was transacting been employed for the past five I Dogan Nabb it Buffering from an attack hem; much better What Sells Here Sells There
business In Lawtey Monday months. of malaria this week. We hopehe I Arthur Alvarez und family arc suffering '.
T. J. Terry of Lawtey, was a visitor :Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rollins of Wai- will have a speedy recovery. from the influenza.
here Tuesday. do, were here Friday on business Miss Marguerite Shriver left Saturday -: J. K. Jackson visited. A. L. Jackson Manufacturer wishing to market their i.rodutti in Latin America will

Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey was a Messrs. Jesse and Marvin Ogden for Milledgeville Ga., where she I and family Sunday morning.A. be benefited Communicating( with our Export Bureau. We can sell g
made business trip to Starke Satur will enter school at that place. Jacksonville
professional visitor here Saturday. a L. Jackson came over from
day.J.. t G. W. Beville and son have moved Friday night and visited his your good through! our

HIGHLAND II. Surrency was! a visitor to their lumber business to Lawtey and family until Sunday afternoon returning NativeSales
Brooker Saturday.. will move their families there where to his work.
Highland Jan. :31-J. L. Strickland Miss Onie Graves wa a business they will reside in the future.' Chalker of Green Cove
Mrs M. A. ,
attended Grand Lodge at Jacksonville visitor to Starke Saturday. i Henry McDavid spent part of last -J.Stomuh .- _..__ trade connections. Publicity in two hundred Latin American
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. :Messrs. George Beville and Henry week near Monteocha with relatives. Trouble Newspaper and two hundred Salons (Motion Picture Thralres) in )

H. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel Mc David, of Brooker spent the week Riley Wasdin, of Graham was a South and Central America will carry the story of your products straight
Ricks were shopping in Jacksonville end here with Mr. and Mrs J. R. Bille. 4!- visitor here Monday morning. HH fore I used Chamberlain's Tablets -
of these South
and Consumer
the Merchants Business Buyers
Wednesday.Gad \ I E. T. Stewart of Graham, who I is I doctored a great deal for stomach to ,
Griffls was transacting businessin Forrest Reynolds of Jacksonville, employed near (Gainesville was a business and felt nervous and tired g American Countries.
Jacksonville Saturday. spent the week-end here with his family visitor here Monday morning. trouble
J Mrs. Perry, of Starke visited her While here Mr. Stewart purchased the all the time. These tablets helped me Co-operative Catalogues
parents Saturday and Sunday and was Mr.' and Mrs. J. B. Mille, of Starke. Hayes cottage on :Main street and from the first, and inside of a week'stime I

accompanied home by her mother, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. moved his family there. They once I had improved in every way," .-We are assembling our 1919 catalogue printed in the language of the

1 Mrs. S. J. Starling. E.: T. Stewart. lived here and we a'a glad to have writes Mrs. L. A. Drinkard Jefferson I I South and Central American Republics.

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Engelbretson, Mr. and Mrs. Will Sloan entertained them back with us. City, :Mo.-Adv.
of Jacksonville are at her parents ed their daulhtersIIKllell: Etfiu Krv. Eubanks and family, of Lake - \ / interested write wire or call

Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilkinson, convalescing and Edith and niece, Bertha Sloan City, spent part of last week here visIting No Womlln a Healthy Child t
after a recent attack of influenza. with a birthday party Thursday evening his son, I. L. Eubanks, and fam- All children troubled with worms have ... unhealthy J Export DivitionALLIED
E. Wilkinson came out from Jack !, Jan. 23. They received many color, which Indicates poor blo.J. mid a* AMERICA ASSOCIATION
1 h sonville Saturday night and spent beautiful and valuable gifts. The ily.S.. V. Andreu made a business tripto rule. ., there TASTELESS I I..* more or chill lew. TONIC Momiwh given dlseb.nr6NOVE'9 regularly I

( Sunday with his family. gathering played games until a late Gainesville Friday. fur two or three: weeks. will enrich the blood.. Improve .. ; ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Wilkinson Jr.,. hour and were then invited into the Mrs. I. F. Surrency who has been the dUeeUoo. an,I art a.a Gmant Nature Sro.gtl.eninTonic willlhrthrow .

returned from their wedding tour down dining room where they enjoyed the sick for several weeks! was taken to oleo'dispel lathewhole the worm iyitom.,end the Child wl!: I @miC@@Ot@@tINdUKDta1 /
the West Coast and are located with bountiful dinner. Those present were. the Gainesville hospital on ThirsdaYI; to perfect health. Peasant. la take. *)c per bottle Kn*>41tt7f9@@tClfl@'amlC@@L"@rD@@ts! < < < <) !

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i FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 1919.
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---- ---4-'j.' T :- --- II r.... .. J ,'- Woodard the evening from seven to eleven. Mangames : I wn Saturday. I friends.
.. ... Rev M. A. was gues :
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.- of New River A composed of Mrs. J. jljOwuley
lodged! party
after which the Mr. and Mrs ,
-of C. M. Andreu Sunday, night I were played
I __ ... __... Wood- si siird
and children, !Mrs S. B. ,
Truby Parrish was in our ttectioi guests were invited1 into the dinin I were in town Saturday
: Sunday I'room where the table was laden wit Lester Pinholstcr, of Drooker, wa and children" Mrs Chas, Gilyard, 'j
;; 1 I Polen Colson passed, through heri I delicious) refreshments. in town Monday Mrs.: John Phillips and Miss Ma llag'an -
I (frfti1: 1 ws i tern: : Saturday enroute to Worthington.Miss I Miss: Delia Bielling, of Starke, \vain Ben )Dukes, of Five Mile, was ih our '. and W. A. Jones went down onI
lilunche Andrea was the guest town( SIl lTIlay. town Monday I Crystal lake ;Monday night and had a W
: '>f Miss: Inez Abernathy Sunday Mrs. George/ Tomlirison and children J. S. Howard, of Dukes, motored ov I little fish fry. facts C 'ther;:, lutrltirt, t-;;; :Ic by Our I .J. V. Edwards, was a visitor! tu< of Jacksonville, was a visitor to Lak rr to Luke Butler Monday afternoon. .I Mrs. R. W. :Moore has returned from.
{.nC'rh'floJud<"r'b. I II ITo Worthington" !Sunday Butter Tuesday morning Harvey VurneB!, of Johnstown, WDS :-:tarke where she had, been at the Ijt'd-
P Regular MisH Georgia Edwards was sick (1 T.- J. Barnes and several other of in town SrAtmlny.D. i side of relatives who were suffering.
""'! rr -- few days last week. She is better at the faculty at Kaiford attended the W. Borum spent Saturday and with an attack of th flu.
.r - -- -._--- with his | Mrs: John Phillips was a visitor to
...... --- --- ----;--- this time. teachers meeting Saturday. Sunday family
rent of the :Methodist churche :Miss Blanche' Andreu, who has beet\ Little Ruth Feinberg is rapidly improving Col. A. V. Long of Starke, was in ''Starke Friday and while there she wa
CORUESI'ONDENTS new M\e. office and
will be special ser visiting' friends und relatives olStarkc from the measles (town Monday. a caller at the Telegraph!
matter must be signed by the wrl i 1III"ril'ltllI'l"e month! of Feb for the past week, returnee Mr. Minchew is recovering from an Marcus und Norma Dekle/ accompanied i subscribed, for the home paper.
ter. Failure to do this will rosul *.u ".-, nil through S. Proctor visited II. M. Woodard !spent! Monday nightin
... beginning this Sunday lit home Saturday, reporting\' nice time alfai'k of the jnfluenza.Mrs. by Mrs. S. I
in the items nut being published.r 1'iry' and and left Tuesday
consecration' services Raymond Miller was a pleasant Wimberly is visiting her moth friends in Johnstown Sunday after Starke with relatives
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held each Sunday afternoon visitor to Worthington Sunday. ,, cr, Mrs. Adkins, this week. noon. morning
f LAWTEYLuwtey \ will be month and the publl George Comer attended. Sunday :Mrs. B. P. Wilson is visiting her :airs H. L. Sprinkle and son, Henryare he will resume his duties. ,
>> --- during the school here Sunday afternoon son, U. M.; Wilson, of Ocula, this week visiting relatives in Jacksonvillt Willie .John, Percy Griffin and Cyril
r Jan. 31.-Mr. and Mru. L is invited! to attend recently figured In The community wants to know why Sunbeam band meets Saturday af this week.Marvin. Manire, of Hampton, were visitors
b Dormn'n, of Jacksonville, were visiton "has. Sapp, who which almost cos'' Mr. Cason, who sells Lunge ,goods: tcrnoon. at three o'clock, and ever; Duggar) of Johnstown, was: here Sunday f
at tho home of :Mr. and, Mrs. 'Sila-: a carriage accident recovered from his: hns quit coming around.'! They are in child! is invited to attend. |in town Saturday Daisy and Cecil Moore have returned
j Itrown/: ", 'ton: ,i broken to enable him to need of things/' and are waiting for Jo::. R. Poppcll' county superintendent Miss Emilie Spink, of Starke, wa home from Starke.
Mrs Eury Junior; and little dau/ titer juries. mifliciently convention held him. attended the teachers institute in town Saturday. \, Mr. and Mrs! C. Sullivan are the
joined Mr. Gunter in Jacksonvillethe '. .."i .n. i a delegate to a week, but unfor' I here Satqr<1uy. Oscar Rimes made a business trip'. proud parent!' of a fine boy, born Tuesday -
first! part of the week, where he r 'Hrkionville, last further dele LAKE BO'I'LERLake MaiMcKinnoy visited. friends saturday to town Tuesday Jan. 28th. Mother and child are
has secured position.. 'i fur him was while :
of the influenza -,- and attended the institute both doing well
L. L.Happ cnme over from JackBonvilteSind 'ritcd by the knights to bed and and
spent Sunday with hie .in go back which home he accordingly/go did institute was held in Luke Butler Saturday John Fralick, of Providence, was ir WKU'OMK: ; TO PEI-CS' VEILS
family. tuy there, to report Mr. in the High School building and. town"Monday. Jan 81.: -Joe Phillips wai o'
Minn. Elrtredxc Reddish 1 returned to However, we an pleased and. hopes toe the meeting was in every way a success. 11isIac'k'ry.! who is teaching the a business visitor to the county seat Percy Rivers has the honor of being -
her home"from Jacksonville, tho first '"'P1) us nearing/ recovery Several) teachers attended and a New River school, attended the institute :Monday.S. : the first enlisted man holding "
part of the week, after Kpl'ndinRev.- lit strain; in H few days.was away on bounteous! dinner was served after the here Saturday; B Woodard of Jacksonville,, membership in the Luke Butler Bap-
f enjl 1 days with relatives and friemU.MlnB l l'ov: Alfred F.vendun; in Jacksonville the meeting/' adjourned to meet in Lawteythe Vivian Fowler entertained quite a "ipent) the week-end, here with homofolks. tist church to return home from overseas y .
Knxlilanchurd, of .Titekto-i- hurrh ,business" last Saturday in February.J. number of her little friends at her . duty and after the sermon last '
vil) >', pent, Sunday in nwtey at the 'e rrly, } part of this Whitehead week who has E. Maines, of Oxford, Ga., is home home on Lake street Saturday after- Mr. and Mrs. 1'. II. Neal entertained Sunday, morning Kevr: I Rawls called \\SI'ii-i
battic1, of heivparents, Mr. ,and, Mrs. A. 'h... l .II\'ru n. bed for nome time for a few days stay with homefolks. noon the occasion being in honor otler a number of their friends with a him to the front where he extended t Z'.'I
1, M. Itliinchnrd.Miss'Klurrle. ''.-1'11 ,ref fired to her being/ about Mrs. Hicks( und children left Monday seventh birthday. Many boautl- chicken pilau supper Thursday night. the hand of' fellowship and/ welcome .:(
,, i Terry, of Tampa, spent 111 illnecs, is reported morning for Waldo. 'ul presents were received and each R. M. King! of Jacksonville, visited by all present. It was a most touching '. ':
g jk.t- Sunday In Lawtey at the home of herporentvMt 'he "Jim" John P. Wyrick the The B. Y. 1'. U. met Sunday evening one enjoyed themselves.! After play- homefolks recently.At und impressive ceremony. Percy was \
; and :Mrs. T. J. Terry. (..'.''pt, end Mrs. spent u brief nt six-thirty o'clock and the following ng many interesting games delicious the home of the bride's parents, enlisted, in the hand of the 116th Field :k
U. L. Flitch returned to! his work t rid"1 and groom the home of Mr. Titers[ ( were elected to serve for' the puke and, ice cream were served ;Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood, last Artillery and arrived overseas during '
in"the. Morey & Thomas !shipyard in '"u1. $ (1f'11! glitful visit at parents of the next six months: Jim Brown, of !Miller, was in town Wednesday afternoon their daughter, September last and, his regiment wo ,:,t,

Jacksonville! the first part of the wc'i.' .,i-l !Mrs T. J. Terry, the early President, Walter Cobb. Tuesday :Miss Mattie, became the bride of ;Mr. returned the latter part of December I
,I ''A very pleasant affair was that of 1 'do, leaving Wednesday short on stay in Ten- Vice President, Monu Alderman. Miss Sapp, of New River, wax M vis J Klbert 1 Sibley, a well known young from Ih'est France; being mustered
Tuesday evening of lust week at th' m'rnk'tg train for a Washington whl'reI I Secretary, Elvie Fowler. tor to Lake Butler Tuesday. man of Starke. The many friends of ut nt Atlanta, Saturday, Jan. 11th. '''tI-
e home "of Mr and Mrs. A. II. Ilar'ev.when ''''!'. r-nroute for make their home. Trl'lIsurerlillred, Roberts. Arch Proctor visited Sapp and Rai- the happy couple wish them a long life Percy did not encounter any Nuns on 'rM't;
quite a large number of young licv will l probably formerly Miss Eva Organist, Omie Scarborough. ford Tuesday. of happiness and prosperity through the war path but did become more or ,
folks, chnperoned by Mrs. Jamon !Shop; ;Mrs C. Y. Mayo arrived, at the home Librarian, Qascom Cobb. Tate BroWn, of Miller: was greeting their married life. ess intimately acquainted with some 'j+
r ard, came in and informed them that j ."igh Moore, has Mr. and Mrs. Chorister, Walter Knight Heads in town Tuesday. :Mr. and :Mrs W G. Seals and children of those chic and charming daughtersf
'l they had heard that their oJ.rt), {f her delighted Barents, delight is Corresponding Secretary, Marshall Newn Wuinwright, of Starke, made of Hampton, were guests Sunday France for whom ho is still sigh-
daughter; Miss Mattie, had arrived nt i. II. :Moore, whose supreme fact that Mrs. Proctor a business trip to town Monday it the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.Jones. ''in Percy is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
the nee of 14, and that they had come "counted for by the with her a benutiVI. !- I.. A. Duncan is out on the streets Dennis Andrews, of I Raiford, was a f. :M. Rivers of this! 'city and was one
{t' to celebrate the OI'I'IiRion.thoult'h! vtayo has brought henceforth to be iinown'BH i ignin after a severe illness: business visitor to town Monday II. M. Woodard, of Jacksonville, I icveral Lake Butler boys who voluneered -
l', the hostess was taken entirely l hy surprise bouncing baby, Mayo. Her baby I I The Baptist Woman's Missionary! Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, motor- ,who has accepted a position with the for service.Bradford. County
a very pleasant evening wn Ada Marie have already, Union met at the church Wednesdayt e,1, over to Lake Butler Monday Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., spenti rimes -
pent in games and singing.. The invading 'niles und cute ways have been privi- three o'clock. Several interesting Mrs.: P. P. Dekle and children, of day or two here the first of the week
r party brought many preseits, 'nnt"r"d those who talks were given and the meeting was Fivelile: spent Saturday with relatives vith his mother, Mrs. S. B. Woodard. Not of Courses but Dishes.
{ and a supply of cocoa and cokes whMiwere cged, to nee her. visitorseksonville imf ed interesting. One new member in Lake Butler. Friday night Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ThreelI'HeS have been the
sei'in to
White were
nerved for refreshments. After, 't' nnd "Mrs. rna received. Irvin Varnes, of Johnstown, came Sullivan entertained a large number of
Monday last. J JPe ::ustiiiiiiry menu In aiedlevul tIm es fori
the joyous event they returned to twlrhomes i i I.-. Ilawls filled on his regular ap- i ioiIl i John Rogers and wife motored over to town Saturday for treatment. from 'oung folks at their home! with a i state bunrtnet| 'less ceremonial feast
wishing their young host s-i to Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Dr.> King.: pound party. Several choice games
church last ':!romprlslnR only two, and no private
'. \ many more! happy birthdays. mint at the Baptist Butler. and Mrs. Spires and children, George: Miller! of Miller, was in were played and at an early hour they
from Lake dinner more thou\ one. Hut each course
i Enoch Grins and little daughter, Itim'ay.\ ': .Ho-comes-.------- of Midway, motored over to Lake But- j I town Tuesday. proceeded to the dining: room where n. I might coiuprlsH from eight to a dozen .
< r few in Mnnd-iri' - ; Ervin Dekle has returned to delicious served. After
Pearl !spent a days I ler Monday'' John supper was ,
I ilRADk)1IJ) ) 1lnerent dMies\ Thor nt I the \\eddiugimn
; This
last week returning home Sund.iy. I ; Mrs Hicks, of Waldo was a guest home softer a pleasant stay with this event they went into the yard I t of Ht-no V""llier were only
e t James Sheppard. came up from WV- lor Mrs Hicks this week I relatives in Perry. where more games were played, dllTereatlishes .
Ilarrelliiin'ljerrd fhree HO!
S do and spent Sunday with hm f'lmP"' I r I iiford.; .lun.the! !n.-Mabl'y sick list this week I;1 RufuS Taylor, of Midway, was in : Burt Stevens is on the sick list this Among those who enjoyed the occasi I courses are iiii-nilniitMT jvt over lu the records.IrrespectI' .
"'1 Rev L. A. Uavvla of Lake P.ntl- : on ', town Tuesday. j t week. i i ion were Misses Nellie Dyal and Minnie -,, ,
visited his parents ; ( r iriilr und I : ;-
e filler,! his regular appointment "i-t 'hI.nwtcy .:. rl! 'l Ulcy Hayes Lorraine Ware, Worthington, was Lacy Varnes and daughters, Jessie Dowling, of Waldo; Orrie King fill'tilt. 10',
Baptist church Saturday :TSunday. I ' "ntiird.iy, and Sunday. attendedh .|a guest of her sister, Sirs.\ W. M. Over-!! and Rosena, visited friends in Lake Hhoda Bennett, Kstclle Woodard Florence I. -.
I I'. M. Andreu and family street, Saturday and Sunday. j Butler Saturday while waiting between : (Hall[ Bcdia Croft. Gertrude and
i i nla'Laxative
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Dye mid( liiiv I 'rt('h at Hrooker Sunday. Lex Green, of New River, was in. trains. They were on their way Elsie" Hinson, Ruth Hall and two other A ,
,' hllli l the misfortune : that will the bile! from the Liver and
<;'watti'- I ec'ti rr Rdwards 1 Florahome Messrs. remove
J. B. Jr., of Jacksonville spent afterre town Tuesday. to Lake Wales. young ladies from ; cleansetheSystnm THOROUGHLY wltbout griping
day and| Sunday in I.Mwt-y nt fli' i r "i,. bit by a dog t Sunday Quite a number of :;oung people attended John Ward, of Providence, was a Ben Hall, Sam Swindel Calvin Triest,; or disturbing the jtbmach is truly a Perfect: Lax

home of !Mr. and l !Mrs. A. :M. IVnrH'-' .' and sister, Miss a party given at the home of i 1 pleasant caller to town Monday Kilmer Woodard, Arthur Bennett; ative. a
ard.Mr. '.''inr Edwards church at Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Willard Parker Saturday I S. S. Proctor filled his regular appointment : Harry and Brince Tillis, of Starke,'I LAX-FOS WITH| PEPSIN "t
and Mrs Raymond Monclev., of I fmru: attended evening. i at Baldwin Saturday and Lester Hall of Florahome, Alva Sax- la t the came ef Reliable and Perfect Laxative
i"d ';'n"- ;'nhy i y Jacksonville, spent Saturday a lOdwards was the guest or' T. J. Dekle is on the sick list this.I Sunday. '' ton, Percy I ,Stomach Trouble. Gas and Piles caused
flay at the home of Mrs. Mnaelo'sparentM : Aitliur I week. I. Martin Rimes was in town attending Cyril Manire of Hampton.. All report :I by a Torpid Liver Constipation. Always asea
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sapp.y1 I i ie. ' Mr. M. L. I.ondholtr. visited r-lv Misses Eva; at visited her daughter, Mrs. W. M. Preston Williams and charming K. B. Woodard left Monday for aDd Influenza.
church .
attended LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN la Liquid DigestiveTonic
Parrish /
tives in Jacksonville Thursday, j, tuby Overstreet Saturday and Sunday. daughter, of New River, were visitorsto Jacksonville where he expects to !le'l I untlve excellent la lie effect oa the
Albert Moseleyl of Jacksonville I Brooker Sunday. I cure employment. System bath .a. tonic nd M "'.ntlve. It Is
('. W. Edwards and wife attended The Baptist Young Peoples Union town Saturday. just ai good for CblMreo a. mr Adulta. PlauaatMade
spent Sundiiy in Lawtey. Carver visited his father Misses Minnie Dowling! and Nellie to
here Sunday evening. together with their friends were entertained Capt. Henry end OremmmeodeCd dt
At Grace M. ,K. church, I.awtey, the Minday school\ beautiful home of Mr. Saturday Ryal have returned to Waldo after n'' poblla by Paris
the Medicine
at Co.
maoutecturere nf
\ Rev Alfred Kvenden announces' that c. :M. Andreu was in Brooker on buiss and Mrs. George Alderman Friday Mr. Turner and Miles Crews were few days' visit here with relatives and.'' Grove' ;le.t.cJiy't'iDO'; : .
i.> connection with the great centenary ." Saturday morning \
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IF'I I playing; historical characters fighting would merely add to \
in "The Birth of a Nation" the horrors and miseries endured -

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d Gaye and Donald Crisp have Forks, he opened negotiations -

bfT N I received the most compliments 1 with Grant and on the TURE OF ITS KIND J

i t 1 '. II I on the faithfulness of |: morning of April 9th under

I their work, the 'one as Gen- i the budding apple trees of an

bp/ eral Robert E. Lee and the |I Appomattox orchard were

other as General U. S. Grant. ,! determined the terms of EVER SHOWN \

iso. +.Yl GAIETY' The picture shows General I peace which were formally :

:wP. MT Lee surrendering to General I written down at the Wilmer-

Grant in the Wilmer-McLean I I, McLean house in the after- I

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r 1865. It is a most faithful : public occasion with great HERE'I)

kreu reproduction of all the personages I care. Grant on the contrary

in the great historic lacked his full dress and appeared fS

STARKE scene and of the minute details in the "fatigue" and '

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