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: February 7, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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COMMISSIONERS LAKE BUTLER: {lQ.OJit.lC: ;tIci: w.mflliIf\l.Ctt..lf\ID.ccnlCJQOllilJt.'f.ll'lQ.: : ( C leIlC''It'rIIUli.IOOIlWI.1C\C1I.: : ,ivE I I..\wnyI ; : BOA-RD--- .

Lake Butler Feb. 7.-T. II. Rimes SCHOOL
') Dr. Corefoot ,and John Rogers, of, E Our Boys, Over Here & Over Thcre f:c !J Lawtry!boys ,of Feb.Law 7.toy._.The nnd vicinity returned were"ollier -

: HOLD REGULAR Worthington, were business visitors .
here last Thursday. 7.'.fiimn_ r\frr\T_._:vjru. *.vm mmnmrvmi. _*%m._ri rf Mm'IIIw.mmmllnnl'llrn'I.HtIt. . .. wtncritjk..ii.tjit '...... . ,,. treated to a delightful reception and HAD BUSY SESSIONMONDAY-
I --- -- ------- --" -------__ .. .. ..,....u. .....,..*.*..*..."' ...h.....". a roynl I entertainment i last Friday
Miss Grave Boswcll, of the Chil.dren's :Mr. and Mrs. A. II. evening by the Indies of the Red.
Green have recently !sound' of the big guns. Cross
SESSIGNMONBAY I Home Society of Jacksonville, heard from their son, Lloyd, I I flu"il in ry in that model building i
here
was last Thursday on business.She .I who is in ,France with the American :'Inndll's.: J. E.;: Harper, of Lake known as the Woman's Club House at
said Supt. Fagg was then attending Expeditionary Force. The letter states Butler, recently received a letter from Lawtey. A committee in the T'l'r""n.1
NO ACTION TAKEN IN CONS New a Child Welfare Conference in ; that he is well and enjoying the sightsof their son, Gunner Ellsworth C. HarI of :Mrs. J. D. Randall :Mrs. Catherine
York.
that famous country. I per, who was with his battery at Team, Mrs. J. II. !Moore and :Mrs. T. J. TEACHERS WHO FAILED
NECTION WITH CO. AGENT Russell Hackney, of the Lake City teg, France awaiting tho ship Nun-I Terry, had been appointed ami rendered TO .
Grocery, was here last week. Letters from Corporal Charlie J. I|I to bring them home. He is probablyon I such efficient service as representative QUALIFY TO STAND EXAM. .
TELEGRAPH DESIGNATED OFFICIAL Mrs. W. E. Morrison and interesting Powell have! been received here this the way across the ocean at this t hostesses that nothing was lurking -
children, of Jacksonville, are expected week. Charlie i is at Aisey-sur-Seine, time. Gunner Harper has probably either in entertainment or refreshments : TK.vniKKS: MUST ATTEND= EXAM .
PAPER
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today to visit at the home of and says there is mud mud every. Been a longer term of service in for tho soldier boys whocame. IN LAKE CITY OR CLOSE THEIR
TAX LIST her brother, Mayor Strickland. where anl that he will sure bu gladto Franca/ than other Bradford ..
any county -
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-- Mrs. H. L. SprinklJ and son, Henry, plant his feet on Florida sand once man. There was a laugh for every minute :SCHOOLS( ( NEXT: MONDAY '"
>, At 10.'a. m., Monday, February 3, have returned home, after a week's more.A and/ fun enough for all, nnd of course -
1979, the board of county commi,sion- visit in Jacksonville. Sergt. Walter E. Lnngford visited it being soldiers night all the pretty The board, met in regular session
, erg was railed to order by ChairmanC. Angus Bielling, of near Lake City, card from France directed to Master relatives in Sturke last week. For the girls in town were there a select few Monday: February :Hrd with Messrs) J.. f-- t!
A. Roberts with all members present was here on business last week. J. G. Alvarez, of Jacksonville, contained past year he has been stationed at the nilding charm to tho occasion by IIpi (r. Powell, P. M. Pudgett anti T. 11. f
t to-wit: James Reynolds, O. V. Muck Tomlin, of Johnstown, attended these words: "Am homeward Base I Hospital Chattanooga, Tenn. He i Ilt'm'inlC in attractive costumes representing Pinholnter present.
'l\q, Brooks, Geo. C. Livingston and Drew the wedding of Mr. Jesse Thomas bound. Keep a lookout for me." Abb was one of the first volunteers from I characters take from. MotherGoose. i Minutes, of lust meeting rend and
t" Reddish. and Miss Jessie Duggar at the homeof Spencer. Many friends in S&irke Bradford and was a member of the t They say, All's well that ends approved nil read.
,,( Minutes of last meeting read and the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I would like to join little J. G. in his medical corps, attached to Co. R, 17th well-vand,. well-this delightful affair Upon motion Mr. Will Croft 'was
t\\I approved and signed by chairman in Brant Duggar. I shout of welcome. infantry. A few days prior to his return ended HO well-being so well conducted appointed! to fill the unexpired term
l'I(' open session. Charlie :Savage:; visited homefolks he was ordered to Camp Sheri and so well attended, the committee of .J. II. Pearce, resigned, as trustee of
r, The unfinished business appearing Saturday and Sunday, returning to his Relatives and friends of Earl Clyde dian, Alii.. where he was mustered!'! out is to Ii(' congratulated for its successful Special Tax District No. US! known art
'. upon the minutes relating to the work in Alachua Sunday evening.D. Thrower have been quite uneasy about of service.In work. The happy gatheringiiiil Thnmnsi. Also Mrs. R. A. Weeks and
agricultural and cannig club work W. Borum spent Saturday night him as he had not been heard from for not break up uml leave for home J. I F. Ciinovu were appointed l to till the
was taken up. After being considered and Sunday with his parents.H. three months, but last week his parent a letter to his sister 'lrR. Free until after eleven o'clock. I vncnncien of Col. J, C. l'ol'pt'\lultll\lr.\
by the board it was ordered that F. Priester visited his family ; received two letters from him, Sapp, Hardy Williams writes from The people of Snxtnn and vicinity L. C. Powell, resigned, its trustees of
r the appointment of the agent for the Sunday. written from Gonnersdorf, Germany, Dt'l'rcl orf. Germany, that he is enjoy are notified that Kev. Alfred E\'endt'll// Special Tax District No. 3, known as
canning club demonstration be continued Georgo and Gordon Johnson, of where he is one of the army of occupation ing life to the fullest extent. This i is owing to special services Sturke.Tho .
as per contract with the former Five Mile, were among the many cal l the first letter Mrs. Supp has receiver Lawtey church, will not bo l present at hoard' decided I to give the temporary
Ii agent, !Mrs. Emma K. Calhoun. lers to town Saturday.W. from her brother since Christmas!'!, and the Saxton church Sunday afternoon. I certificated teachers Another
N No fiction taken as to the agricultural C. Townsend had the misfortuneto Lieutenant Edwin Freeman reached I in it he tells how they spent! Christmas Tho Saxton people are invited to attend chance to qualify as teachers by going
I 14 demonstration work of said county. run a stick in his ear while butch home Wednesday from Camp Grant i night-by telling each other where the special_ services. Luwtey nt I to luainf the rtufriiv,' -SKI i Iil.n In 'I.AkA
The monthly allowance of Amanda ering hogs. He is suffering a great 111., having lately been mustered out they had spent' the Christmas before, ;JH; p. m., in connection with the City on I-Vb. llth. All teachers; who
Thomas was raised from $5 to $7 per deal from the wound. of eervice. Lieutenant Freeman has their experiences, etc. His Christmasbox great centenary earn pflign. fail to attend must close their school
r month. D. B. Johns raised from $3 to Mrs. Claude Davis, of Jacksonville the distinction of being the youngest arrived in time, as well as n copy Rev. and. :Mrs. Alfred Kvenden have on Monday Feb. 1 10th, not to open
$8 per month. and Mrs. Mitchell Payne, of officer to go from Bradford county. of the Telegraph, of which he said "1 1alwtuys'hike been absent several duys attending n again during the present year under fr
Petition presented to the board askIng Americus, Ga., spent the week-end His many friends are glad to see him j to read the Starke news." convention in Jacksonville in connection them us teachers.
that the name of R. B. Wilder be with Mrs. J. W. Townsend and family.A. at home again. with the great centenary worldwide The petition from the patrons of
placed upon the pauper roll. Upon E. Proctor visited Raiford Monday I Sergeant John Morgan Darby, one missionary reconstruction move. Bielling school received and, their request -
motion and second petition refused. evening. Fred Deaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Starke's best' known and most pop- ment. They will return to Luwtey to I to be transported to Providcnco
The communication from Mrs. G. S. Marcus and Norma Dekle spent last, W. I. Deaver, of Sampson City has ular young men, reached. home Tuesday morrow. school grunted.
: Silcox relating to Lee Crosby, pauper Monday at their home at Five Mile. I reached the United States and l is in a :!: after serving for fourteen monthsin Mrs. Chits. Hess!'! has returned from I i The request of Hampton trustees to I
asking for a raise in the monthly allowance Henry Varnes and wife, of Johns- military hospital at Cape !May, New the aviation corps. During this time an extended visit in Jacksonville, arriving -I 'pay their teachers for lost tim laid
for his care, motion and town, were business visitors to town Jersey. Private Deaver sustained serious -'1 he had not had a furlough and hail not Thursday on.the midnight train over for further investigation
second, referred to Commissioner upon Reddish !' last week. injuries, the full extent of which''' !been home. Sergeant Darby was in which did not reach here until 'J n. m. It was ordered by the board for the
for Investigation and report at Herman Byrd and wife were in town are not yet known to his parents, and the mechanical branch of the aviation 'However, !Mrs Hess was not lonely, superintendent, to remove any teacher,
the next meeting of the board. last Thursday. will probably; be in the hospital for service and brings home with him a for traveling with her were two new not having a certificate and place in
. t State pension claim of Mrs. Annie H. S. !Miller, of Miller, was among many months to come. certificate of proficiency/ that ranks additions\ to the I Hess collection of II I their place, a teacher who has a certi-
I E. Talley presented and approved the many callers to town Wednesday. him high in this department of army trained animals in tho shape of two ficate.Thu.
Bond of Julian L. Peek for William Varnes, of Johnstown, made Recent reports inform us of the experiences Hcrivce, only a limited number of men thoroughbred Belgian hares bond of HrndCord County Hank
: 2s public presented and approved.notary Lake Butler a visit Saturday. I of two brave Lawtey soldier I I having won these certificates/ He was Solomon Cline came! over from Jacksonville I rN'.ivf'.llIn.1. accepted. Said. bond en-
Committee appeared before the John Rogers motored over to Lake ''I boys. Robert Blanchard spent fifteen accompanied home by his cousin, Lieu. \ Inst week and spent a few titus saul l bunk to handle Special Tax
,, board and requested that they make Butler Saturday morning. days actively engaged in the front line tenant Harrington Darby, of Jackson- days in Lawtey attending! to l>uxim."t4! i I j Funds
*appointment of a suitable party to Nathan Gainey, of Five Mile\ was a trenches and Ernest Wells passed, ville, who 'served throughout the war milking his headquarters at the hoino'nf I L. C. POWELL; \
\ visitor to town Saturday. through the experience of going over Mr. and Mrs. A. M. HIanchiird. Attest: Chairman.
represent Bradford county at the next with the marines and
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state fair. After being considered by Saturday was a busy day in Lake the top but got through with his life. was present Tho several eases of influenza recently -I IH.: I'OI'I'ELL, .
the board,' motion and second Butler and the attraction was the sale Robert Blanchard's hearing has been when the German fleet was surrendered reported are now said to be well Secretary. .
'" further action upon postponed until next going on at the Cut Price Store. seriously affected by the deafening, to the Allies and the United States. on the way to permanent recovery.Mrs. I --------.------. '",

meeting of board. Lucile Varnes spent Saturday night -----.-. Farris arrived! in Lawtev Suturday LIVINGSTON RESIGNS;
and Sunday with her grandparents, with three friends from Chi. -
Petition signed by H. C. Berry and Ella\ Werts McRae Til ER ESS I
Miss and Rema ATheresaa
others presented asking that the name Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor, returningto cago. Mrs. Farris has been absent for County Commissioner George C.
have moved into the
her home at Johnstown Monday cottage recently over six months, having spent most of Livingston of the Starko district had
of E. C. be
Byrd placed upon pauper vacated by Will Andrews and wife. Feb. 7.-D. J. Phillips was
Mrs. Burt Stevens, of Johnstown, that time in the Windy City.A tendered hln resignation to the Governor
roll and board grant him assistance. Mrs. Dekle of Five Mile visitor to Hampton Saturday.
P. P. madea a
visitor to Lake Butler to be effective
was specially Mr.
After a Saturday. interestinachilclren's at once. Livingston 't'
petition being refused.. investigated by the board Harney Varnes visited Lake Butler business call to Lake Butler Satur Elijah Coleman, of Starke, accompanied object! lesson will Iefiven by Pastor 1 ill moving to Tampa, wherehe
The Bradford Saturday.Mrs. day.John by Miss Katie Lee, of Lakesidewere Kvenden on Sunday morning in Grace hag formed a co-partnership with
by order of board County designated Telegraph the was official Henry Dowling was shopping Osteen and sons of Providence, in our burg Sunday afternoon. M. E church, and in connection with 1 I Mr. C. A. Marks, under the firm name
i paper in which the advertisement in town Saturday.Mrs. were In town last week.T. Messrs. R. M. King and S. B. Wood- the great centenary movement, tho of the !rkNash Company. Tho
of sale of lands delinquent for taxes Alderman, mother of Banker P. Cason, of Five Mile, was a ard, of Jacksonville, spent Saturday second of a aeries of special consecration firm has the agency for the Nash antomobile ,
k for year 1918 to be published as Alderman, is quite ill at her home, and business visitor to town Saturday. night and Sunday here with their fam services will be held at :J::30 Sun. in I Ilillsborough and several
',\ for by act of the legislature provided of we wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. I I !Marvin Duggar, of Johnstown, madea day afternoon. It will be a 45-minute adjoining counties.
1915, Sec. :23, Chapter 5526. Nettles and brother were in I business trip to Lake Butler Satur- ilies.Ben Hall was a visitor to Starke service and the public is Invited! The resignation of Mr. Livingston
Resolution passed by the board asking town Saturday. They are among Mid- day. | Saturday. Rev Overstreet has purchased a has brought on a spirited contest for
authority from Comptroller for way's best farmers, having raised Rev S. S. Proctor filled his regular | Friday night Mr. and Mrs. T. B. new home, centrally located, and being the appointment to his place on the
the transfer of $500 from the contingent more than three hundred bushels of appointment at the State Farm Sun. Triest entertained a large crowd witha now within walking distance of county board. The friends of J. M.
Item to free labor item of the corn for sale last year. day. i chicken pilau supper and dance. his business has disposed( of his Ford, llrownlee are urging hi. appointment
road and bridge fund. The clerk to William Brannen, of Swift Creek Miss Marshall\ Proctor spent Mon Needless to there was a large deciding henceforth to travel on and friends of J. L. Underhill, former
say
in town day and Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Shank's member of the board
was Saturday. pony. are circulating
I ,'j make such request by order of the crowd present, and at a late hour they
board and to so transfer said item Arch Proctor made a business tripto P. P. Dekle, at Five Mile. departed, reporting a jolly good time. Sunday being a cloudy day in Law. a petition asking that he be appointedto
when authority is given by the Sapp Tuesday.The 1 Drs. J. M. Mann and Seeber King tey tho much talked of groundhog failed till tho vacancy These petitions)
compo Sunbeam made a profession trip near Five Mile Arthur Bennett was among the visitors to its have been
I \ troller. Band met at three see shadow-hence tradition forwarded to the governor
Board adjourned until first Monday o'clock Saturday afternoon and atten- Monday. to Starke Saturday.Mrs. has it that we may look for an early and an appointment will probably be
in March, 1919. dance was splendid. I Donald Edwards is ill with influenza : S. B. Woodard was a visitor spring. Let us hope. made In a few days.
'. -- The Woman's Club met In-- rpcnilnr this week. tft-- ITumntnn------r---- Stttiir/.AV--------r- Mrs. Howe of Lake Kingsley, who has --
, DEATH OF AARON: CARSON session Monday afternoon; at three The Baptist Woman's Missionary <:1 D. W. Moore is confined to his bed been spending the winter with rela- I week. '
CREWS o'clock. I Union held its semi-monthly meetingat this week with a case of the /flu. veil in Galnesrrille la now a welcome Frank Green, of Jacksonvlle, spent
I \ Mrs. Ellis, who has been spending the home of Mrs. J. E. Maines on Mrs. Daniel Batten, of Jacksonville, visitor at the home of her daughter, : Sunday and Monday in Lawtey at the
I After an illness of two weeks with some time with her son in Jackson Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. spent a few days here recently with :Mrs. A. A .Smith. home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dlnkl .. ...
pneumonia Mr. Aaron Carson Crews, a ville, spent Saturday night with Rev.S. Subject for the hour: "Church Building relatives.A . A very |>lea"nt time |. promised to Miss Dora Clark, of Wateroak! was)
member of the faculty of Bradford S. Proctor and family, leaving for Loan Fund Results." These meetings number of Hampton's young men the young people of Lawtey on the visiting relatives in Lawtey Saturday.Mr. .
County High School, died Thursday Georgia Sunday morning. are very Interesting and the union attended the party at T. B. Triest on evening of St. Valentine's Day, Friday and Mrs. Hiram Bennett spent
: morning at 3:30: o'clock. James Mann, of near Lulu, was cordially invites other ladies to Friday night.J. Feb. 14th. It will be known as a I several days last week In Jacksonville)
I I The funeral was held Thursday afternoon greeting old friends in Lake Butler join with them. W. Batten was a business visitorto valentine social and will be given at all the guest of their son, Henry.
at 3:30: at the Baptist church, Saturday. Mrs. D. E. Knight.and children, of Brooklyn Saturday.We the parsonage in connection with the Rev. W. L. Overstreet and daughters -
Rev. Blanchard D. Law officiating. The Ben Newsom was circulating among Starke, motored over to Lake Butler have been having some disagreeable fCpworth: League. Those (old or I Misses Maud and Cora were visitors -
1. Interment was in Crosby cem tery. his friends, in Lake Butler. Sunday to pay a visit to her parents, weather for the past few younO) not regular attendants at the to Jacksonville Thursday..
Tomlinson Mr. and Mrs. John Langford. league will be 10 Mrs. Green Teaton and children of
The deceased was 27 years of age. George is visiting his I charged cents. Refreshments ,
t He had been a teacher In the public parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Tomlin- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and children days.Mrs.. Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton : will be served.In Jacksonville, are spending a few days
schools) of the county for 10 years, or of Starke, were among the visitors spent several days here recently a certain quarter of West Law- with relatives in and near Lawtey
. .: since he was 17 years of age, and was son.Tuck Andrews and family are Improving to Lake Butler Sunday :j I; the guest of relatives.A. tf'Y i it: seems to have become quite the Rev. Thomas, of Jacksonville\ was a
, an energetic, earnest worker in his from their recent sickness. Rev. Carlisle was a caller to town L. Sullivan and family spent Sun. fashion to get sick and take the rest visitor to Lawtey Sunday.
chosen profession. He was a native Henry Rivers, of near Brooker, was Saturday. I I day at Hampton, guests of relati 'es. cure. Some have had the influenza Lonnie Harley came over from Jacksonville .
,of Bradford county, having been born greeting his many friends Saturday.. Miss Evelyn Bennett, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Elbert S. Sibley, of and some say they haven't.-but all and spent a part of Sundayand
and reared near Lake Butler. He had Steve Cason, of New River, was attending teaching school near Starke, has returned -, Starke, are spending a few days here, are reported as being now on the roadto Monday at the home of his parents .
lived in Starke for more than a year, tu business in town Saturday. to her home. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. recovery. Among those recently on Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley. ''"
having served last year as deputy in Ardell Drawdy, of Five Mile, was in Tate Brown, of Miller, was a visitor A. Yoongblood.l the sick list are Mrs) G II. Beavers, Mrs. L. D. Dorman returned to
the offiie of the county tax collector. town Saturday. to Lake Butler Monday. I C Mr. Chas. Dinklns, Mrs. Biggs, Chas. Jacksonville Sunday, after spending a
t Since coming to Starke he had won Jeff Mizell, of Worthington, was a Mrs. Wilkes, of Jacksonville, was a DEATH OF LITTLE JOE FRANK Sapp and Mrs. Louis II. Hill. few days at the home of her parents,
7 many friends here, and his death caus- pleasant caller to our town Saturday. guest of Mrs. D. W. Borum this week. HOOVER :Mrs. Laura B. Whitehead is reported Mr. and Mrs. Silas Brown, near Law-
es great sorrow. The High School Wm. Kerce of New Zion, was taking Whit Reaves, one of Worthington'sI I,, as being about the same. tey.M.
. was dismissed Thursday at noon out in the sights in Lake Butler Sat- prosperous farmers made Lake Butler' Joe Frank, three year old son of J. D. Randall arrived home Tuesday L. Loadholtz was called home
4; of respect to his memory and the funeral urday. a call Monday. |i Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover, died Tuesday morning from Cincinnati, Ohio, bring from Jacksonville Wednesday on account -
jy service was attended by members Dewey and Dan Dukes, of Five :Mile, Rev. A. M. Yarborough pastor of morning, February 4th, after an ng with him Mrs .Randalls sister, who of the illness of his wife and
t of the faculty and a large number was In town Saturday.J. Providence church: was shaking hands illness of one week. The little fellow I. here for an indefinite stay.J. daughter with the flu.
of the pupils. H. Harper is at home to the delight with his friends Monday, returning to was taken with influenza/ and at once J. MeLeod was transacting business Mrs. Anna Kruger, of Gainesville,
' The deceased was a member of the of his many friends. Mr. Harperhas his home in M Iros.. 1 developed pneumonia which caused in Jacksonville Wednesday.Rev. was visiting friends in Lawtey Sun "
Masons and Woodmen of the World been in the employment of Uncle Thomas-Duff his death, in spite of every human W. L. Overstreet was a visitorto day. She was a former resident of
j ; and he was buried with Masonic rites. Sam in the post office department at Mr. Jesse Thomas and Miss Jessie agency that could be called to his as Starke Friday. Lawtey.
I Both orders were represented at the Camp Johnston.Mr. Duggar were united in the holy bonds sistance. Misses Ruby and Eva Byrd came over Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Eaton, of Jacksonville ;:
t '" funeral by a delegation. : and Mrs. Jim Brown and daughter of matrimony Sunday afternoon at' The funeral service was held Wednesday from Jacksonville and spent Sun were visitors to Lawtey Sun-
' Mr. Crews is survived by his wife were visitors to town Saturday. three o'clock at the home of the bride's afternoon from the family residence day at the home of their parents, Mr. day. Mr. Eaton has recently purchased
t I ; and two small children who have the Lacy Douglass and wife are suffering parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brant Duggar, on Call street Bishop Edwin G. and :Mrs. J. C. Byrd. a farm about four miles west :4'
: $& sympathy of the town in their be- from influenza. Rev. L. A. Rawls speaking the words Weed, of the Episcopal church offlciat- Miss Ethel Stone, of Georgia, spenta of Lawtey. J
3aj reavement. J. S. Green, of Five Mile, was In that joined the happy couple. ing. The interment was in Crosby few days last week at the home of Joe Allen came home from the shipyards I
f , Servkes will be held in Lawtey Sunday Miss Russie Ware, of Worthington, and never looked lovelier, while the'' Little Joe Frank was an unusually L. Overstreet. with the flu. '. \
< morning at the M. E. church If visiting her ulster, Mrs. W. 3!. Ov. groom wore a blue serge. I i bright and prepossing child, and was Solomon Cline, of South Jacksonville M. L. Smith, A. H. Harley, L. L. '
,;'_ 4 South, by the pastor Rev. J. C. Diggs, erstreet.Mrs. .- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas left Sunday a favorite with everyone in the neigh. waa in Lawtey several days of Sapp and B. L Blanchard, of the St. -."'
p : ,at the usual hour. In the evening union S. S. Proctor spent Saturdaywith evening for Valdosta Macon, and Atlanta borhood of his home. His parents last week. Johns Shipyard, of South Jacksonville, j
'It i services will be held at Grace M. her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Varnes, where they 'will spend their have the very sincere sympathy of all Elzey Loadh'oltz, of Lake Butler, spent Sunday at their homes in Law- \)
I)' E.! church, with Rev. Diggs in charge. of Johnstown. honeymoon. I I I in their hour of great bereavement. was visiting relatives in Lawtey this tey. f
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I PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1919.
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Herschell Grant, Raiford. Arley R. Reynolds, Graham. AMERICAN: BOMBING SEAPLANE switchboard at the manager's desk
BRADFORD COUNTY'S HONOR ROLL Oscar Lee, Raiford. I Colored CARRIES FIFTY PERSONSAll : enable him to "plug in" on any part
11J. Clarence Newsom, Raiford. Robert Hudson, Graham.Joe of the house and listen to what is
Ben Roberts, Raiford. Meddock, Graham. existing passenger-carrying records said. As a rule moving-picture goers

BEARS NAMES OF 399 SOLDIERS James Stewart, Raiford. Thomas Mitchell, Graham.Joe for heavier-than-air flying craft will express their opinions of the show
Lonnie Williams, Raiford. Roberts, Graham. were shattered, when the navy's new when departing.
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Willie Turner, Graham. giant seaplane "NC-1," shown in the -
LAWTEY February Popular ;Mechanics Magazine .
Below we give a revised list of the Charles L. Wainright, Starke. Whiten-29. Colored-6. NEW RIVER went aloft at Rockaway, N Y., BELOW PAR
Bradford county soldiers, who either Clarence Ware, Starke. Whiten Whiten--t. Colored-I. with 50 persons aboard. This remarkable .
had seen active service or had been I.Deceased. Randolph Addison, Lawtey. Whites performance served to center The wit should surely not be lost

accepted at the training camps, prep. Colored Claud S. Addison, Lawtey. William A. Berry, New River. international attention on the latest Of this ingenious, oft-recurring just
aratory for duty in the service at Thomas Albert, Starke. Marcus F. Brown, Lawtey. Lonnie J. Moseley, New River. type of all-American plane, a machine Of love, if you don't count the cost,
home or overseas. About fifty names Edgar Barnes, Starke. George W. Brown, Lawtey. Ethan A. Sapp, New River. incidentally, that is the largest of its Why weep when Hymen's bonds lost
have been added to the list, mostly Arthur Caraway, Starke. Robert A. Blanchard, Lawtey. Jesse Thomas, New River. kind in the world and apparently pre interest?
6 volunteers, showing that the list is Arthur D. Clark, Starke. Henry W. Barney, Lawtey.M. Colored eminent in its field for the time being. .
still far from being a correct one. It John Calloway, Starke. L. Bradley, Lawtey Lawson Foster, New River. With a spread of 126 ft., of 12ft. NO'GREAT ACT OF HEROISM RE-
is published again with the request Joe Claridy Starke. Lawrence Edwards, Lawtey. Seymore McClover, New River. I chord, and a boat body as large as a QUIRED
that the Telegraph be notified of any Robert DeSue, Starke. Ernest M. Futch, Lawtey. Jesse Matthews, New River. I fair-sized launch, the new craft makesa If some great act of heroism was
e soldier whose name should be onJhe! Joseph DeSue, Starke. Carlton Grins, Lawtey. Malachi Zimmerman, New River. I most imposing appearance. When necessary to protect a child from
,i honor roll. Names have been arrange Thomas L. DeSue, Starke. Truby Crime, Lawtey. unloaded and without crew, it weighs croup, no mother would hesitate to
I ed in groups by towns and are in alphabetical Fred Dell, Starke. Elisha Crime, Lawtey. BROOKLYN I 13,000 lb. Its flying weight is placedat protect her offspring, but when it is
order. In this way omissions James Dell, Starke. Jeff Griffis, Lawtey. Whites-0. Colored-5. 22,000 lb. Its fuel capacity is 300 only necessary to keep at hand a bottle
can be easily detected by those Edgar Davis, Starke. Alex A. Ott, Lawtey. Rod Wilkerson, Brooklyn. I gal. In official flights a speed of about of Chamberlain's Cough Remedyand
who are acquainted with the soldiers James English, Starke. Arthur C. Pearce, Lawtey. Robert Barton, Brooklyn. 80 miles an hour has been developed. give it as soon as the first indication
from their town. Obediah G. Goodwine, Starke. George II. Pearce, Lawtey.Joe Walter Bryant, Brooklyn. I of croup appears, there are
The local board was unable to furnish Dubignon C. Goff, Starke. D. Peele, Lawtey. Dwight Speed, Brooklyn. BURNING: : TONS: OF DYNAMITEAN many who neglect it. Chamberlain'sCough
a full list of the volunteers, as Lawrence Green, Starke. Allie F. Peele, Lawtey. Walter Speed, Brooklyn. :. UNPOPULAR: ; TASK. Remedy is within the reach of
it did of the drafted men, and for that Avery Hankorson Starke. Carl A. Prevatt, Lawtey. I I all and is prompt and effoctual.Adv.B.1NhST .
reason, special attention Is called to Cupid Hamilton, Starke. Edward Calvin Prevatt, Lawtey. GUILFORD 1 Few persons were desirous of quali. S
the importance of calling over all boys I Thomas E.: Johnson, Starke. Owen J. G. Phillips, Lawtey. Whites'. Colored-0. fying for the task of destroying 21,- :. :' BROS.
in your town who volunteered to see Arthur Kennedy, Starke. John T. Reddish, Lawtey. William D. Hurst, Guilford. :' 000 Ib. of dynamite and other high explosives -

that none are slighted. i Charley Ie, Starke. Brooks E. Starling, Lawtey. Judson S. Hurst, Guilford. stored until recently in an i Roberta, Ga., Jan. 21, 1917.
The honor roll now shows that Brad-t I Richard ;McGill. Starke. John B. Starling, Lawtey. Seth W. Robert, Guilford. abandoned magazine, according to Old Kentucky ;Mfff. Co.,
ford hUll furnished 399! soldiers to Uncle Mock McCoy, Starke. Arthur :M. Sapp, Lawtey. James R. Williamson, Guilford. the February Popular :Mechanics Ma I Paducah, Ky.
Sum and it is very likely that there Oscar> Mitchell, Starke. Edwin L. Schunck, Lawtey. gazine. The unpopularity of the job Gentlemen:
' are still others to be added to the list. J Willie Roberts, Starke. William C. Wooten, Lawtey. SAP was increased by the fact that a pre. I A ;Mr. Will Wachter of this county
f' Names of soldiers killed in action lassie L. Ross, Starke. Ernest B. Wells, Lawtey. \Vhite -2. Colored-2. vious attempt to burn the explosivehad hnd some hogs that were down with
'&* and those who died from sickness have > Joe Rouse, Starke. ;Marion C. Wilson, Lawtey. .. Whiten resulted in detonations so violent 'cholera and had given up all hope of
,? been marked with ( **). It is possible I! George H. Scott, Starke. Colored; Wilson Bryan, Sapp. that the experimenters fled. Finallyan i saving them and would not spend one
I there are others who have made the< Arthur Simmons, Starke. Robert H. Franklyn, Lawtey. Elisha W. Wilkinson, Sapp. expert was employed who care- 'I'penny on them. I gave him one 15
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supreme sacrifice from whose name ) Oren Wilson, Starke. Julius Hogan, Lawtey. Colored fully opened each box with a wooden I pound pail of your B. A. Thomas' Hog
? the distinguishing mark has been left Amos Williams, Starke. Emanuel Houston, Lawtey. James Beaty, Sapp. wedge and mallet and e"aminerthe/ Powder! and he has just come in and

j off. Richard Wise, Starke. ;Matthew ;Myers, Lawtey. James McNcal, Sapp.SAMPSON contents. In most cases he found | paid me for it, and advises that everyone
STAKKE James A. Robinson, Lawtey. that the material could be destroyedby of his sick hogs got well and that

(/ Whiten-107. Colored-32. LAKE. BUTLERWhites.18. Colored Gilbert Stewart, Lawtey. : CITY dumping it on the ground, satura. I| he had killed them and now has them
While -18. Whites-3. Colored-0. ting it with oil, and then lighting it I I in his smoke house, and that they were

Percy Alvarez, Starke. Whiten BROOKER Franklin P. Jones, Sampson City. I with a fuse that permitted withdraw. I as fine as any he had killed this year.
Roman Addison Lake Butler.e
Colored-3. j
WhiU-H-22. Franklyn C. Stokes, Sampson City. al before explosions took place. add he
u /nek Anders, Starke. i I want to that said his hogs
Frank A. J. Boyle, Lake Butler. Whites .. I
James Cecil Adams, Starke. Ira McKinney, Sampson City. I were down and so sick that he had to !
John Riley Crews, Lake Butler. William M. Andrews, Brooker. **-Deceased. LOUD-SPEAKING: TELEPHONE:. I their mouths and his mouth I'
Wm. D. Adams, Starke. prize open
Stafford L. Crews, Lake Butler. Wiley ;M. Andrews, Brooker. I
USED IN: MOVIE TIlE.HEnlarge t
the down their
Owen J. Anders, Starke. I poured powder
. Schell D. Carver, Lake Butler. Edward B. Andrews, Jr., Brooker. TIIERESSA I I
George A. Anderson, Starke. Cecil I. Cason, Lake Butler. Nathan E. Baxter, Brooker. Whites-2. Colored-0. One moving-picture theaterin I I throats. check full of j;
Please find in
William A. Bessent, Jr., Starke. Pearce E. Lake Butler. my account |!
Crumpton, .
Brooker.
Allen T. Carter, Sidney E. Triest, Theressa. is with loud. '
Chicago equipped
Charles Bfumley, Starke. : and with kindest regards we beg ;
Daniel I. Chesser Lake
Butler.
k Everett Clemons, Brooker. \
L. Theressa.
James Hightower, speaking telephones conected with themanager's
Chase, :Starko. to remain,
, Jasper : Irvin Dekle, Lake Butler. Calvin G. Crews, Brooker.
Herman C. Crosby, Starke. office, says the February Yours very truly,
John I
M.
i Dukes, Lake Butler.
Robert II. Green, Brooker. PROVIDENCE:.
Mechanics :Magazine. They
Popular
Her chell K. Crosby, Starke. : BANKSTON BROS.
:Mason Elixson Lake
Butler. I
John :M. Groover Brooker.
Whites Colored 0.
Charlie Cooper, Starke. -1. serve, to all practical purposes, the Sold by
I William O. Forsyth, Lake Butler.
John Brooker.
Hodge,
Sidney Bielling, Providence.n function of Their
Luther G. Cooper, Starke. William A. Fowler, Lake Butler. Brooker. dictaphones. pro. J. Manning; Starke.
Davis Silas Hall, *"
4a Guy; C. Cudy, Starke. Virgil S. Green Lake: Butler. Olin B. Hazen, Brooker. Deceased. vince is to convey the audience's verdict -i 1 Douglass & Knight, Lake Butler. I
of a photoplay to the W. L. Overstreet I
manager. Lawtey.
Isaac B. Carlton, Starke.
/ Jeff Green, Luke Butler, Route B. Ury ;M. Knight, Brooker. 1
HIGHLAND:
t
Transmitters concealed in the aisle
Lonzo Crawford, Starke. are A. D. Andrews, Raiford. ;
Thomas M. Hewitt, Lake Butler.
Luther II. Cnbhs, Starke. Ellsworth C. Lake Sidney S. Lambert, Brooker. Whit-I. Colored-0. of the theater and in the lobby. A J. V. Jones, Hampton._Adv.
Harper, Butler. Brooker.
John W. Pinholster,
John I.Iarr.; Highland.
e l : Elijnh N. Colcman. :tarke.j Alex. I'. Harnage, Lake Butler. e. Johr. L. Shriver, Brooker. I

Clifford Chancey, Starke. Hugh Hall Lake Butler. Joseph Samuel Stewart, Brooker. :NOT CLASSIFIED i

4 Bruce Davis, Sturke. .. Percy W. Kelley, Lake Butler. David Preston Shealey, Brooker. Whit-7. .Colored-3.
Charles I E. DCPS, Starko. f John :M. Little, Lake Butler. Reddick B. Thomas, Brooker. :r
William A. Dubose, Starke. Neal Langford/ Lake Butler.n John L. Thl pen, Brooker. (Anyone knowing the Bradford !lr( I
John M. Darby, Starke. Maurice Langford, Lake Butler. Johnnie B. Watts, Brooker, Box 36. county address of any of the men list
Haiford Epperson Starke.Dr. Walter E. Langford, Lake Butler. Alex. Harvey Warren, Brooker. ed below, will do us a favor if they
A. H. Freeman, Starke. DeWitt T. :McGill, Lake Butler. Colored will give us the desired information.By .
Edwin W. Freeman, Starke. Clifford D. Moore, Lake Butler. Plemon Johnson, Brookfcr. knowing their "home" address we i
Henry E. Freeman, Starke. Benjamin R. Newsom, Lake Butler. St. Marks Robinson, Brooker. can give that part of the county the ,
Eugene Finley, Starke.R. Isaac N. Nettles, Lake Butler. Jesse Sewell, Brooker. credit due.) _
Daniel Forsyth, Starke. Whites I
Percy Osteen, Lake Butler. CAR
THE UNIVERSAL
Oren E. Green, Starke.D. Geo. Richard, Lake Butler. LULU Walter L. Burgess. Berlin. Ga., R.

Ritch Green, Starke. Lester Roberts, Lake Butler. Whites 12. Colored-1. 1, Box 45.Leonard.
Lloyd Green, Starke. Robert Fulton Rivers, Lake Butler. Whites G. Davis, Charleston W.

+' Floyd Green, Starke. Percy C. Rivers, Lake Butler. James D. F. Bell, Lulu. Va.. 307 Reynolds St. The of the Ford Motor Com-
policy
( Henry E. Grins, Starke. Leaman O. Rivers Lake Butler. Brazzel J. Clemons, Lulu. Robert B. Grins, Anthony.
t, Zenas Z. Grins, Starke. Joseph R. Rosier, Lake Butler. John E. Harris, Lulu. Luther Jackson, Valdosta, Ga., co| pany to sell its cars for the lowest possi- '
Eugene Griffls, Starke. Forrest A. Shallar, Lake Butler. .. Chas. Benjamin. Ilardin, Lulu. GS&F.Ry.
Roan B. Griffls. Starke. George W. Shallar, Lake Butler. Othello Hardin, Lulu. L. O. Jones, Johnston City, Ill., R. 2, ble price, consistent with dependable

Willie Henry, Starke. Eugene E. Shallar, Lake Butler. Thomas J. Jones, Lulu. Box 905. quality, is too well known to require
A Alonzo W. Jenkins, Starke. William M. Phillips Miami, 120 N.
Omre M. Shallar, Lake Butler. Marion L. Johnson, Lulu. ,
Willie Jones Starke. .. comment Therefbre, because of pres-
D.James
Elisha O. Stafford Lake Butler. Richard B. Moore, Lulu. Ave.
,; Fred G. Jones, Starke. Samuel Thomas, Lake Butler. Columbus McCullough, Lulu, William White, Ft. Meade, ent conditions, there can be no changein 1
Russell Johns, Starke.Ab Allen Wilson Thomas, Lake Butler. -
I : Phillip P. Nettles, Lulu.
Johns Starke. the prices on Ford cars:
,
Roan J. Turner, Lake Butler. Isaiah Smith, Lulu. Colored
Bert Johns, Starke. Ernest C. Williams, Lake Butler. William Pasco Weeks, Lulu. Jerry Anderson, Oak. Runabout $500.00
S Charles B. Johns Starke, R. 3. Willie R. Williams, Lake Butler. Colored Edwin Davis, High Springs.Jim .
Nick Johns, Starke. R. H. Willford, Lake Butler Enoch Anthony, Lulu. Fleming, Hastings. Touring car 525.00

t Perry Madison Johns, Starke. I Ray V. Wilson, Lake Butler. Guilford Bullocks, Lulu. Richard Hicks, Summers. Coupelett 650.00
Cleo Kite, Starke. Henry Whitehead, Lake Butler. Robert Johnson, Lulu. Elijah Smith, Jacksonville, 619 W.
w ,t Perry Kite, Starke. '''Deceased. Donnell Perry, Lulu. Church St. Chassis 475.00
t" Tate Kite, Starke. Colored -.- Sedan 775.00
; Homer Limbaugh, Starke. Buell Dukes Lake Butler. DUKES A LOW REMARKElla.
Otis E. Leach,, .Starke. Jim Ervin, Lake Butler. Truck Chassis 550.00
Colored 5.
t+ Harry Lawson Tillis, Starke. Whites" $. Haven't I seen In thatgown '
(. Matthew Flowers, Lake Butler. Whiten. you These prices f. o. b. Detroit
Fred W. Lagergren, Starke. Charley Foster, Lake Butler. ( before? i:
Frank Lane, Starke. Monroe Hedgman, Lake Butler. II. A. Dukes Dukes. Bella: I think not! J've worn it on.

e Ervin: Mlnton, Starke. .. Linsey Ivey, Lake Butler. John James H.lcN'eal B.; Duproe, ,Dukes.Dukes. ly at fashionable affairs! FORD GARAGEA.
Wm. A. Moitt, Stark
Elisha Jones, Lake Butler.
l'ercyV.. McLeod Dukes, R. 1. No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll
; ; Valley McKinney, Stnrke. Richard King Lake Butler. Pinkston Dukes.Olson .
Ernest: Harry children troubled with worms have an unhealthy
McKinney, Starke.
Walter Keith Lake Butler.
S. Thomas, Dukes. color which Imllratoa poor blond, end ai a \V. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors
? Dewey McMiiIlnnd: Starke. Collet LiiHkett Lake Butler Barney E. Thomas. Dukes. rule,there la more or lava aiomnrh diarurhaiire
q t Richard McMillan, Starke. TASTELESS chill TONIC= illvim rmuUr'y!
Percy Lawton, Lake Butler. GROVE S STARKE FLORIDA
' 1t. Aubrey Moore, Starke. Phillip Mnhammery, Lake Butler. James K.; K. Thomas, Dukes. for two or three. weeks will enrich the htuud. Improve ,
'-
Deceased. GeneraiStrenathenine
the digestion and act as a
Charles ( Moore, Starke. Harlice Mabry, Lake Butler, R. 2,, Colored !Tonic to the whole ayinem. Nature will then
James T. Moody, Stnrke. Box]! 1.10.George: throw off or dispel tho worm,and the Child wi!"! IH
Mattie M. Morgan Starke. Riley, Luke Butler. Johnnie Purvis Jones Givens, Dukes., Dukes. In perfect: bealtb. Pleasant take 60c per bottle

I). O. Icltae. Starke. Senmore K.: Robinson, Lake Butler, - - ----- .,.
s Doris Jones, Dukes. T -- -- -
William M. Norman, Starke. Blaine Tunsil, Lake Butlrr. Dukes.
Abram Johnson,
i4 'f Ray Newsom. Starke. Nathaniel Williams!, Lake Butler. Elbert Stokes, Dukes.WOUTII'oiGTO'ot.
.> Oscar T. Newsom, Starke. Taylor Young, Lake Butler,
Mertie! Newmans, Starke.

; S Emmett Cecil: G. PrcHPott K. Porrymnn, Starke., Starke.1'hih31. RAIFORD Colored-6., ,'hitu-8. : :Colored-2,. Not Measured In

) Luther G. Powell, Starke. Whiten Whiles
a Willie I. Dubose, Worthington.
Charley J. Powell, Starke. A. Dennis Andrews, Raiford./
George Powell, Starke. Benjamin Altman, Raiford. Albert Golden, Worthington.
; II. C. Richard, Starke. Charles Bloodsworth, Raiford. Joseph L. Harrison, Worthington.
Orin Reddish, Starke.E. St. Clair A. Bryan, Raiford. Grover Lee Jenkins, Worthington.
I C. Scott Starke. John Lary Co con, Raiford. Othoe A. ;Mizell, Worthington. Dollars and CentsThe
Norman Shealey, Worthington.
{ Wm. B. Strickland Starke. Tate P. Denmark, Raiford.
.
hIy'' Newton Strickland Starke. Fleury Dyal, Raiford. Joseph E. Williams, Worthington.John
White
Hamilton Worthington.
; Oscar R. Strickland, Starke. Eddie Dyal, Raiford. ,
Willie G. Stringfellow, Starke._ Bryant Griffls, Raiford. Colored
Frank Starling, Starke. Joel B. Grime, Raiford. Hayes Cooper, Worthington. full measure of a bank account is not merely in the number of dollars and cents

'r Sladie M. Sasscr, Starke. John Griffls. Raiford. Charley Fountain, Worthington. you succeed in getting together. The full measure is found in the

; Frank Stern, Starke. Calvin Grins, Raiford. HAMPTONWhitea4.
tr Cyrus H. Sistrunk, Starke. Carlos G. Gordon, Raiford.
l By William Sapp, Starke. Andrew Green, Raiford. Colored5.: HABITS OF THRIFTinculcated

Rodney Turner, Starke. Walter H. Graham, Raiford. Whites
1? William J. Thomas, Starke. Alfonso Jones, Raiford. Jesse B. Alexander, Hampton.

Fred O. Thomas, Starke. Nelvey Johns, Raiford. Levy E. Johns, Hampton. during the time the account is accumulating. This bank solicits the opportu-

, Archibald Thomas, Starke. !Math L. Mann; Raiford. Charles W. Peeples, Hampton. with in accumulating both the account and the habit.
nity to co-operate you
Lonnie L. Youngblood, Hampton.
a Maxwell O. Thrower, Starke. William II. Morgan Raiford.
wok Earl Clyde Thrower, Starke. Lonzie L. Norman, Raiford. Colored'
James K. Thrower, Starke. Raymond Norman, Raiford. Charley Martin, Hampton.
v Eugene D. Thrower, Starke. Rance J. Petty, Raiford. Thomas ;Mixon, Hampton.
w Brince Tillis.! Starke. Clarence A. Ritch Raiford. Ben Phenians, Hampton. BANK OF STARKE

Charles M. Underhill, Starke. Lem Rhoden, Raiford. John W. Ross, Hampton.
Richard Ray White, Starke.e Adam T. Sapp, Raiford. Charley Whitten, Hampton.

Arthur B. Williams, Starke. Adam Tison, Raiford. STARKE FLA.State
Hardy Williams, Starke..l Herbert I. Whitten, Raiford. GRAHAM .
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da j Thomas V. Williams, Starke. Walter S. Whitten, Raiford; 1 Vhiten-t. Colored-5.
a" John W. Willard. Starke. Ellie Wells, Raiford. White County and City Depository
14 a Ruric A. Wells, Starke. Willie Williams, Raiford. Francis E. Beville, Graham.
} N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Starke. I Silas P. Yarborough, Raiford. Barney J. Dowling, Graham. L

:t William Marion Wainwright, Stance : Colored Jesse I. Ogden Graham. .1

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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1919.
BRADFORD COUNTY
TELERRAPII- STARK. FLOIUDA .
.I>,U"'..,'OJ" .AU..nnE'..,..,.
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r- _- -:___- -- = TilE .\EIWI'L..iE1.lL: : be - -- --
---- -- I posted either long before, or received
News of Florida in Short I after business hours. Both the 18-
; Paragraphs. A lot of pro--;; ; has admittedly hour

I I __............__._....___..Nr--. been made in the world in other than I'I I theni trains, and,/in the service present for 20-hour.years up train to

I I'' postoffice affairs, since the day whenthe I are far more serviceable/ for a letter
Live State old 1 and its six-in-hand lumbered .
I [ News.J stage leaving New: York at noon rriu-hos
to the tavern with its
up pus Chicago at 0:15: : a. m. the next day/

-,: dbEh; ::;: : I approved mail.sX-ngers The antl-impol.tant alike mail is by the the one church big event lottery-and the and Allowing two hours ono hour for (in reply which, the to answer,deliver III ullll I The Greatest Name In Goody-Land

_____ __ __ _un_ _ _ Ipnves Chicago nt 12JO: ::' p. in. and
"=- -- - r - ;TT= =r=- 0, ___ - _ __ state, and in a way mildly satisfies reaches Now.: York nt 9!>: t I.:; the following -
that spirit of gambling which seems morning, n total of less than
1 Duval county will begin a systematic The body of Miss Azeele Packwood, inert in even the most correct for onu hours against 72 hours trt
business timeri'nuired
fight on the cattle fever tick March whose home was in Tampa, was discovered never knows what may come next- by air service-unless lettersare
1st. Sunday on the Palisades on a bequest or a bill. to be written t w r
and posted before
the Hudson river near New York City. The history of letter carrying ,has nix: o'clock in the (
Recurrence of influenza is expectedto An autopsy revealed that she had com always been an interesting picture. It,' morning 'j I )tot ,
prevail in Florida all winter according mitted suicide. When found, her head I starts with the solitary messenger, on With the return of pence and the' U
to the officials of the state was swathed in linen bandages which foot, braving the dangers of wild animals 'I opportunity to develop/ the plane un-i I know the
/
board of health. had! been saturated with chloroform, and wild men. Then the mounted tier conditions of deliberate, experiment -
and she had evidently been dead sev- courier, first a plodding horseman on the game' spirit of inventive gen.lus : realm of childhood -
Two thousand three hundred and eral weeks. which evolved u henvier-thnn-air
indifferent
an beast, and later a
regu-
thirty-one persons in Florida purchased ular Paul Revere with frequent re- machine, can be counted on to perfectit. dreams 3
the limit in war savings stamps Edward Badger Langford of Zolfo lays of fresh, fleet horses. Next the There will naturally be Rome days q
during the past year. Springs, was fatally injured while stage with its impressive function,, in every year in which no plane' can is a land of s
trying to shift a carload of gasoline whose arrival was really an event. navigate, just us there are now some
The Florida Asphalt Block Paving with a crowbar. In some manner he From stage we diverge to steamboat days in which trains! are stalled by C G sweets.
G
Company, of Tampa, whose plant was was tripped and fell partly under the and railway train and some look forward snow or water, but a few unusual 4
shut down at tHe outbreak of the war, wheels, which completely mashed his to a near future in which even storms do not constitute the average fi
will resume operations March 1st. left foot and ankle and gashed the leg these two shall converge in those swift weather, although there probably Make some of t
to the knee and above the knee to tho vehicles of the air which are hoped to would be more ouch days for planes
Eight counties have thus far reserved thigh. lie was conveyed to the Lakeland leave behind all previous carrying than railroads. those dreams

space at the Tampa Fair. They sanitarium Friday where he died agencies as a mere speck on the ho The perfection of pianos in the next "
are Manatee, Hernando, Pasco, Hills- about four o'clock. rizon. Ever since that British airman few years will be, one of the most interesting a delightful

borough, Polk, Marion, DeSoto, Lee carried a piano as ballast from somewhere features! of lifetime. In tho
Vr//
and Pinellas. The Senate last Friday passed the in England to another somewhere meantime we must! not demand nor ex r " reality by ...

rivers and harbors appropriation bill in France, anything short of pect too much. "btaklnh home
!
Tampa business men are up in arms amounting to $37,000,000. < t thi There those the British
; } moving a house via the air route now are among/
on account of the announcement that amount. Florida _received the following seems possible.The /aviators who predict' that air travel
the Mallory Steamship Company'sNew : h waterway from Beaufort, S. C., service is so new and inexperienced will broaden and soften the minds of
York-Tampa-Mobile service is to to St. Johns River, Fla., $27,000; St. however, we should not be too men as no other form of travel has,, or
be discontinued. Johns River from Jacksonville to the impatient of immediate results, for ob ran' ever accomplish. Seen from tho

ocean, $125,000; Oklawaha river, viously a general's important orders ky, the rapidly passing panorama below
Armour and Co., meat packers, will $105,000; Sarasota Day, $92,000. The which must reach a distant point regardless reveals great cities! as mere spots, ,-, frequently iir
erect a $100,000 meat packing and refrigerating new Florida surveys were St. Andrews of danger to life or loss of and vast railway systems' nt the faint \ ,
plant at Miami. Work will Bay and Pensacola Bay. machine, is only minutes can be saved lines of a "spider's, web. Large lakes i , '
begin about March 15th, according to is quite a different propositionfrom become ponds, and one country blends How about
the local manager in that city. James Price, u negro, was shot and the great bulk of business and into another in that harmonious whole c j

killed by Deputy Sheriff Grantham at personal correspondence which can already which the creator intended. Under wi tonight
Tampa is to have some of Uncle the passenger station at Manatee Sun- I be transmitted between pointsa these! impression! the ego of the Individual
Sam's warships at that city during the ; atee. The negro had engaged in a thousand miles apart in as many and the petty selfishness' of the i
fair to be held February 17-22, the r quarrel with another negro, chasing minutes by telephone or telegraph as human mind, fade into insignificancebefore

secretary having issued orders to the him with a club when the officer intervened an aeroplane would require hours to the grandness! of it nil, while a SEALED TIGHT
two division commanders at Key West and brought Price back to the accomplish.Mere vision of the millenium steals VT* ,
to assemble some vessels at Tampa I station. Price then undertook to at. business documents will never uponone's KEPT RIGHT
.: during that time. tack the officer with the club, and after warrant the peril to life and limb consciousness.! \ Popular Me r

paying no heed to a warning to de- which is an accepted risk in warfare. chanics. T
Recently the stock yards of the Armour sist, Grantham fired the fatal shot. The few atetmpts with long-distance The Flavor -
Packing Company at Jacksonville mail planes which have been made HUT YOU WAIST VH'U SYMI'A.: I _
i were so crowded with hogs that Cattle, and alligators lying in wait during the past SO days suggest the THY Lasts v
it was impossible to accommodate any for pickaninnies or feasting upon themas need of considerable perfecting of air -
further shipments and 87 carloads had being destructive advertising for craft before a regular dependable air "Don't you always pity n girl who is
to b.e shipped to the company's pack the live stock development in Florida, service is possible. The attempted frightened in the lark?" WILMD1G
ing plant at Fort \Vorth' Texas. and pledging all in its to' encourage

;' power flight from the Pacific coast to Wash- "Yes. I can't help feeling for herCattoons !"
the sale and distribution of ington with only two scheduled stops .
The Ocklawaha Valley Railroad, op- post curds and illustrations showing got no farther than Arizona, while the Magazine. + to
erating between Ocala and Palatka, pure bred hogs, cattle, sheep and other attempt to start daily planes 'simul' Vd r
about fifty miles was sold as a dismantling live stock, as a means of constructive taneously from New York and Cheapo e 19
proposition for two hundred advertising of the live stock opportunities was a complete fizzle. In each case I
and twenty-five thousand dollars to in this state, was taken up ata the mail eventually was brought by II I
William Hood, representing the bond. recent meeting of the live stock :IS. railroad the second half of its journeyand lien till IIIUIlhlIIIIU11111UVlhIUIUIVUUIIIII liiiiiiiuiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiuiuiiiiglE.
holders. The railroad commission will sociation. consumed from twice to three i s n 1,
'j fight the dismantling of the road. times the time it would have made on : 1' j
The crate mill at Wauchula was the a fast mail train. To accomplish even TOO 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER: COMPANY
An epidemic of cattle thieving has scene of a serious accident when D. S. this, Carl Smith a balloonist and avia.I ARTICLESPICTURES
broken out in Clay county. The sheriff McRae met with a horrible accident.A I tor of 11 years' experience, was killed 400 JnckNoiivillot Florida
and other officials of the county are heavy belt which had been sewed j and his machine wrecked. Other I Fertilizers Insecticide. Sprayers, Poultry Supplies
I careful of the with wire broke near where ?Ie) was i aviators EACH
making a investigation | were injured and machines
For thirty we have been manufacturing fertilizer ibis Sun
year tn have
-ws satisfied
working, him
giving cut ,
I matter with the result that several a heavy swipe damaged MONTH in
lomcri in Florida.
I every county
prominent cattle men of the countyare alongside the head. The belt or wire I i In our impatience of results we are POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINEasroe.au
under suspicion and several arrests -, cut his ear in two completely to the apt to lose sight of the fact that air aY AU. ....!KALa.. .Write Pea Lalee Pri Li.l. Price* elwe'i !. lie.! wilk Qealilf
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are liable to be made within the bone and followed his cheek bone down travel will always be handicapped by 1..1.1 4k.h.m M lne.haw iMMrt teal*.I..eopy TWrly<*,r*era4._SOa 1'0.f100 to.* -
next few days.Paraphernalia. i the side of his face, tearing off a large storms and air conditions which do not to oil parte ofremMLM lbe (MIM4 $i.Wt
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I II portion of the side of his face, leavingit seriously interfere with either a railroad MKCMamC"" .s. sae MUAglate Mat We carry all leading and standard varieties of( seed which have

for the first fish I blow hanging was of down such toward force that his it neck.knocked The train or a steamship, both of ...MI.Mam,.M.. been tested and known to be best adapted to our soil and climate
I hatchery installed by the state, or the which, have a substantial body on I
Millet Texas Seed
state officials of Florida, has been delivered him down. ![,which to travel. An express train can New Crop Corn Sorghum, Rape,

at Hunter's sawmill near San. 'reduce its speed and still proceed; a Corn Egyptian Wheat, Ribbon Cane, English Peas Onion -

ford. The location is on St. Johns J. II. Lasser and wife of Louisville! ship can reef its sails or lessen its c Seta, Beans etc., etc.
river in Seminole county. The fish Ky., were found dead in their rooms in speed, and yet make headway; but an -....
-- Seed Potatoes all varieties. and Bee
Poultry
hatchery will be for the propagation St. Petersburg late Saturday night air vehicle cannot drop below a certain suppliesWe
of shad and the first! hatching will be evidently overcome by the fumes froma !minimum? speed and. remain afloat. In I. ask 'that you call on us (for any information( desired in our i..

done in February.A gas stove which had been turned on tne present stage: or the art, the high EVER SALIVATED BY I line This is Natures Supply Store. e
i but not burning. They had been speed gas engine, the only present CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! Seed and '
is Write
Our new Spring Supply catalague ready. '
verdict of guilty of careless and dead for some time. Mr. Lesser had available power for planes, is not onlya i
negligent driving was rendered by the retired and apparently his wife had delicate machine, but very sensitiveto (for your copy today.

coroner's jury impaneled to investjratt !-, prepared for a bath, as her body was atmospheric changes, and the present Acts Like! Dynamite a Sluggish i i\
found nude, her feet on the floor and type of the strongest planes requires -
the death of John R. Johnson
You
Liver and Lon
her head in the tub under water. Nothing favorable conditions for rising
who died the result
Friday morning as
of injuries sustained when he was is known of the couple except that and landing, and even for /flying. Only n Day's Work.

struck by a Ford touring car driven they came here from New Orleans a a day or two ago a naval hydro There's no reason wny a person 4
I by Rohert Bradley of Palm River He few days ago.Declaring aeroplane rising in a fog collided with should take sickening, salivating! cal-
the top of a clubhouse. However, all omel when 60
i was bound over and placed under a cents buys a large bottleof
$500 bond. that the "Bone Dry" law these are incidents usual to development Dodson's Liver Ton*-a perfect
t enacted at the legislature in extra session of a new idea, and already several substitute for calomel.It .

I Apprehension which has been felt bristles( with contempt for the successful flights have been made is a pleasant, vegetable liquid OLDEST 1-dkRTIN
constitution Attorneys Philip Beall by compass-one of 407 miles-and which will start your liver just as surely -
ESTABLISHED SEE
officials to whether rail. JOUTNERNI
by county as and John S. Beard are making a fight long-distance flights would probably I as calomel], but it doesn't make you WRITE toff CATAt00 c
road taxes would be received while the before the supreme court to have the be made at high elevations to avoid sick and can not salivate. WEEKLY PRICE LIST I MOUSE IN FLORIDA '

railroads trol were are relieved under when government Tax Collector con-I bill declared unconstitutional. The attorneys clouds and treacherous earth currents. Children and grown up folks can Jtl
declare since the state does Until a dependable night service is take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it
Osteen, of DeLand, received Informa-
not prevent possession of the possible there is perfectly harmless.
tion that vouchers would be mailed whiskey would seem little present -
this week for $45,000 covering the legislature cannot enact laws to pre- advantage to business interests in Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is -....
vent it. They also point out that the an air mail service which nine mercury and attacks bonrs. Take
East state Soast and county taxes of the Florida. I supreme court in its Francis case decided daylight hours, for at present requires air mail a dose of nasty calomel your today and you III...-_._._._.. .__.__.. ...................-.-.-............ ".....-.-.. -.. -.... -. nnmm
Railway. that liquor can be property. Attorney between New York and Chicago must i will feel weak' sick, and nauseated to-
General Swearingen and assii- morrow. Don't lose a day's work.
Forty years ago the late F. L. Mc- tant are representing the state. work of amputation was also] worked Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver
Laughlin, dentist of Americua, Ga., lover by the- surgeons, who found it Tone Instead and you will wake up
did some dentistry work for V. C. John J. McLaughlin, a wealthy farmer necessary to amputate the mutilated 'feeling great. No more biliousness,

Manget, of Dunedin, Fla., but never and cattleman living near Midway thumb at the second joint, and he now constipation sluggishness, headache, SHINGLESr
rendered a bill. Miss Annie McLaugh- had the misfortune to be bitten appears to be doing nicely. The greatest coated tongue or sour stomach. Your
fin daughter of the dentist, has received by a diamond-back rattlesnake Thursday dread of the physicians is the pos- druggist says If you don't find Dod
a check for $27 from Manget, '1 son's Liver Tone than
afternoon. lie was hunting on sible after-effects of the four-hour acts better horrible
stating that he had never received a horseback in Kissimmee prairie, ten suppression of the circulation by calomel jour money I. waitingfor
bill, owed the money and wanted to miles west of Fort Drum. He ran a ', means of the tourniquet. you. (12-41)'
pay it. Several] heirs will divide the
into
raccoon a gopher hole and was LUMBERANY
$27. trying to rout him out with a pole LEMON JUICE IS NO TWO "FLU"
when a large rattlesnake struck him
., Florida fruit grower are justly ex. on both the thumb and forefinger of FRECKLE REMOVER
cited over the proposed increase in : the right hand just where he had CASES ALIKE

charges for "icing" car shipments to grasped them around the pole. With Girls, Make This Cheap Beauty
northern points. The rate is now double rare nerve and presence of mind, he
Dr. Neweemb a famous peelallat.. GRADESEE
f what is asked per 100 miles from left the snake and made for a hatcheton Lotion to Clear and who was called from civil
some western points, and it is high his saddle then the Uovernm-nt to help I nght nt dread'ed
,
deliberately laid Whiten Your Skin. dl...... Influenza' wa stationed at
time some one was made to explain. his right hand on a palmetto root and Camp L>lx, where it I* ald. men died
Sanford shippers 16.02 per 100 with the hatchet in his -- by the ecore every day lie atatea that
pay left hand
cut Squeeze the juice of !two lemons Into after many po.t mortema the manyphyalelana
miles run for Icing, while one western off the injured finger and thumb. The agreed that hardly two
bottle
a containing three ounces caaca w.re handled alike.At .
point is asked but $2.73 for the same finger cut off at stroke while
was one of orchard white, shake well and this writing no certain cure baa
service. you been found for Influenza.' All !
the thumb required several awkward I on. car
have a quarter pint of the best freckle do la b* careful and at the flrit'
left-handed strokes before it was final and tan lotion and compleylonbeautifier headache, backache, aching .I.n-I
R. Hudson Burr, representing the ly severed near the first joint. Hastily at very, very small cost. rold tired-la llatleaa to (IrrIY"1'.reding-Chill In YOUNG TRADING CO.
I Florida Public Utilities Commission, improvising a tourniquet of a handkerchief Your grocer has the l lemons and mod*>rata doeea :a few days and; 0'1:
told the Senate Interstate Commerce he bound it firmly around his any connection u.* I'lank'a Eucalyptua '
I drug store or toilet counter will sup Spray to terlllie the throat pad nasa:
Committee, that the railroad administration wrist, then mounted his pony and rode ply three ounces of orchard whit. fora pass es.
1 had agreed to postpone for one with all possible haste six miles to his few cents. Massage this sweetly<< your Both druggist can 'be had and without renerat trouble stony .at( For Anything: In This Line "
week the effective date of the increaseIn home. His brother took him in his car fragrant lotion into the face, neck and 10 cente. For many yearn plank's I
refrigerator car rates which were and drove without regard to speed limits arms and hands each day and see how Chill hold remedy Tonic has and been during a favorite the last houae epl-
1 to have become effective February 1st. I twenty-seven miles to Okeechobee.He freckles and blemishes disappear and :: "ell was undoubtedly the tneana>> of Starke Florida
, The Florida shippers have been called I was taken in charge by doctors and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes ,I tare ."J""ura.Itvea. could In not eaaea be where had. Manufactured doe- ,
I to meet in Washington to protest the the most modern antidote for rattlesnake in a little while. Year It is only by the Tropical. Co-op

i 11 increase. I i bite was administered. His crude harmless.-Adv. (97)) j eratlve uaclatc,Company.Jackaoavllle Manufacturing, Flaajr< I'bar- R... .

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FEBRUARY 7 1919.
FRIDAY ,
: PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA -

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\ i \ Parmenter-Mathia ADVISES COTTON GROWERS I man 'spy than like an officerof the : SPEAKING OF GARMENTS!
Graham, were pleasant visitors here.
"I. ; ;i Bradford I County Telegraph Wednesday morning. I Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the TO REDUCE THE ACREAGE I United States.

K. T Stewart spent Saturday 'and home of Rev. D. L. Phillips Mr. Johnnie I The letter continues: "We can prove For drunkards: Tight shoes.

Ii" Published Weekly and entered a* sea Sunday here with his family. I Parmenter and Miss Carrie Mathis Florida Farmers;:;; Advised' to Grow also that scores of men were sacrificed For clergymen: Holy socks.

j.. t A. A. Hazcn was one of the business were united in the holy bonds of Food and Feed Instead of Cotton !' because officers in command were For cowards: Frayed collars.
d ltd class matter at the po t.offin at visitors to the county seat Monday. matrimony Rev. Phillips officiating.The 'I anxious for promotion. The letter also For coach-drivers: Four-in-hand ties.

",. .) Stark. Florida. T. B. 1'mholster, our efficient memo bride is a daughter of Mr. and. Cotton growers of Florida and otff- declared: "We know also of a national For pugilists: Belted coats.

1 = -- = = ''ier' of the school board, was in Starke Mrs J. S. ;Mathis, and the groom is er Southern states are advised in a guard colonel who was relieved For surgeons: Cut-away coats.

: : E. R.1\ TIIIEWS, Editor and Owner. :Monday.Mrs. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Par. statement authorized by the secretaryof of his! command after a successful advance For slovens: Slouch hats.

: f!;, ; 1 I. C, ROBINSON Asxoclate Editor.; : Tyler is on the sick list at this mentor!' of the Wateroak section. They agriculture to adjust the cotton and sent back to the service of For spendthrifts: Check caps. (
i writing.E. left on the 4:15: train Sunday after. I acreage so as to have available sufficient supply, because of jealously." The let.letr For misers: Chest protectors.

t Ii. demons has moved his fam- noon for Jacksonville where they will !' land to produce enough food and adds that officers signing were of I -Cartoons Magazine.

::1. 019>> FEBRUARY I9I9JflitoH.jTu ily in the cottage near the depot. !I reside. feed for their!' families and livestock. various political affiliations; eight e
I Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews, of I II The U. S. Department of AgricUI-1 said they were national army officers 'COLLECTORS OF WAR POSTERS -

auw vHWtp"XTEU"I"| ***] tAL New River were in town shopping on I CROSBY LAKE ture has just compiled an four national guard and the remain- CAN SECURE FULL SET

-- - Saturday afternoon. ventory with special reference to crops I der reserves. I I
-. -. -; There was quite a bit of changes in Crosby Lake, Feb. 7.-H. M. McRaeis and livestock. With reference to cotton I Collectors of v'ar posters are off

t" I, business here last week. G. B. Col- visiting his family In this section the record is: SOLDIERS MUST WRITE TO THE'ered a rare opportunity to add eight

J 234.5678 son sold his mercantile business to R. this week. The average requirements for the FOLKS AT HOME or ten designs!' to their collection by
I ( Andreu, of New River and Mr. Colson A. II. Edward and family motored' five years preceding the war were, for I I'State Director J. F. C. Griggs, of the

:\ I 91011 131415 bought the stock of goods owned by to this section Sunday. I the European allies and Japan, about Washington, Feb. 1.-Failure of relatives Florida War Savings Committee. Director
.Gainey; Bros. Both houses are open- I We are. glad to report little Audrey 8,0175,000; bales ((500 pound bales; for and friends at home to hear Griggs announces that he will

J 1617 18192021 ed up in full and are ready to accommodate :McRae must bettor of tti3 flu. the European neutrals, about 720,000 from many members of the expeditionary furnish these posters left over from

t' I I the public. I Thoodore) Edwards and Frank' I bales; for Germany and Austria-Hun forces has led General Per- the 1918 campaign as long as the sup-

J. Morgan was a visitor to Starke I Starling were callers to this section gary, about 2,983,000 bales, and for shing to order every ti an in the Amer-!' ply lasts, free of all cost to those

><' r 232425262725. Monday. I Sunday afternoon. I other countries, except the United icon army in France to mail to his! making requests.!' Preference will ba

: ______._ -I I R. Andreu has moved his family in W. M. Edwards. was a visitor here States, about 1,200,000 bales; making neatest relative a postcard giving the' given! in this distribution to patriotic
RISING II the cottage: vacated!' by G. W. Bovine I Sunday. a total of 11,010,000 bales required present location state of health, and and historical societies and schools.

I I I :Mrs. If. C. Clemons, of Alachua i J. I.. ttqderhill{ was in this section outside the United States military unit of the writer. Genoru! The designs! embrace the fa.num:
spent Thursday here with her daughter Tuesday!'! Our 1918 cotton is estimated at "General h
Rising; Feb 7.We having wet crop I March announced the order and said "Jrsn of Arc", Pershino,
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rainy weather!' at this writing are Mrs. R. Andreu. I Frank Bryant! spent!' Sunday at home 11.700,000 bales, of which C,
4' !Mrs\ M. A Chulker, who has been!' I Jon pojiglasg, n former resident!' of 1 with his! father will be required for domestic!' consumption -, the purpose.!' chine Gun", "They Give Their Lives",
'I Alaihun., was here shaking hands with leaving about 5,150,000 as an exportable _. ,._ it is
visiting her sister, ;Mrs M. J. Fouts, ---- I I -- -. -- etc. In a few years, pointed out
'1 "" friends Friday. I IlinilLAM) surplus. Other producing by |Director Griggs there!' will bo a
I
and other!' relatives! !' for the past ten The} Alabama Paving Company,
W. Thomas of Alaohun, was hereon !' countries for which available -
reports are
demand for these '
days to her which has held' the paving of the! great! po"tl'rs.11!
returned homo in Green!' up
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T. I;.
Feb 7. Engle- of
Cove Springs Tuesday business! Friday. Highland. for 1918 show a surplus 2,080- road! between Kissimmee and Loug- requests fur these posters should! ':e
1 1t :\ and, Mrs. E. M. Ha/.en!' were visitors -I br.tlwn. of Jacksonville!', spent the lat- OIH( ( ) bales!' and! countries!' for which recent sent to the Florida War Savings Com
Y A. I,. Jackson the claim that the restrictions -
came down from Jacksonville war !
man on

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nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. ter part of the week' with Mr. and figures\ are not available produced -
.Jon' Saturday. lie was,- on sick made! it impossible to producethe mittee, Box ;H5A!, Jacksonville!', Fla.Urove's .
Anderson near Cooter!' Pond, Sunday I :Mrs. E. Wilkinson. an average!' !' annual surplus of about
'; \ leave, hut recoverellIcuffident. to return !'-, afternoon. I :Mrs.l! II. C. Wimborly left Fridayfor I 500,000( bales prior to the war. Apparently necessary; paving material, has
I Monday. notified the state department Tasteless chill Tonic:
bpon by -
r.I t 1'. A. Crosby was attending to business Itronnon, where she will visit total present surplus stocks highway
$\ The stork visited our section Feb.?, in Stal'keIonlay: morning friends. are about 8,280,000 bales. that it is expected to proceedwith restores vitality and energy by purifying and eo-
iJ I I 3rd. leaving Mr. and !MrB. Colonel II the paving as the restrictions blind. You feel Streoiitli-
itt 1 i' R. Green and W. S. Nabb spent Friday Miss Saleta!' Mercer: spent Saturday For the first five months of the cot I rithingiii. can soon
,. Crosby a fine!' girl, and Mrs. O. J.I| have been removed. citing), Invigorating) Effect. Price sea ,I
Jackson in Starke. I anti Sunday in Starke. ton year,that is, up to Jan. 4th, the!'
it 11 fine son on Feb 2nd. | Mrs. U. I). Johns and, brother liu- Rev!' James I. Strickland went to total exports of American cotton had I
K.: J. Lewis '
and Elam Lewis
A :/ in the Kuiford were rant Lamb, of Waldo, were pleasant 1 White House! Saturday to fill his regular been only l,97i,000( bales.!' Unless!' there!' : 9
\ section
,. Monday doing ', visitors h..reIonday.! appointment at that place. !is a very marked increase!' in exports '"
: some grafting. They returned Tues- Miss Maude Shaw has returned to I I>. I.. Rigby made a business trip to from. this time until the end of the I rR
.. day j ,
r her home, her school having been jli!* 1 I.awtey Saturday., cotton season there will be considera-I I ,
M. M. Crosby and! .mother, Mrs? continued on account of flu and chick' T. S. Dean, of DcLand, arrived during hIe! carry-over from the crop of 1918. j
; M. J, Fouts, are suffering!' from I .
: : an at- ,
: tick of influenza' enpox. the week for a prolonged!' stay at Estimates of the carryover are about) .hs
I'Irs.. 'i ii Arthur Alvarez! R. Johns} of Hampton, and Spcb his farm here. :l,2:0,0)0:: () hales. The apparent deficit I Im '
and
family are havIng Newsom, of Graham, were in town on Messrs. Andrew!' Crews and George!' noted elsewhere!' is 4,710,000: bales !
"' n serious time with the flu and
pneumonia!' combined. We :Monday afternoon. Wilkinson spent Saturday in Lawtcy.!' but[ from this gross amount should b. "
: hope the I Uncle :Madison Shaw was transacting Tho many friends of :Mrs. T. E. En. deducted\ the carry-over!' at the end of N'
iiI sick folks will .
soon recover.J. .,
'I k .K. Norman business in Starke Monday.Mrs. glebretsen, of Jacksonville, will regret!' !' the 1918-1!' !) season. Moreover, the -. .. !'.1
visitor
last! week-end.was a to Jacksonville S. Dukes, who has been!' n great to learn that she Is suffering. from arelapse yield] in 1918! was greatly decreased!' !' by .. I.:
4t \ I i sufferer for the past week with in- after her recent!' illness at the unfavorable weather.!' The same acreage 't
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis little ,
and I1l1en a.pneumonia, is slightly improved home of her parl'nts11': and Mrs. E.': in 1919," with average weather \ I Iij
..I. daughter returned!' to this section II// I .
at this writing. Her friends!' Wilkinson. will at least' 2,000,000()( bales!' ' t
i ninny produce / .. 1
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last from
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; ? work Ft. Myers!' where theyt 1 .
;
u wihh her a safe recovery :Messrs. L. A. and Joo Marr of Lnw- more than was produced!' in 1918. I lIh < o\\" ;<::.
ij
,' have been for the past two or three !Mr. K. Il. Andrea has been very tey, were!' visiting their father, J. T. e- I JI"I" !:' 't 1t.. 4-cf; :;' =---1r'I' ::
months. They went!' to housekeepingon \ .. ..... -'if! :
I sick for the last week. :Marr, Sunday. r.KOItr.IV: : CI8.\CKEK WHO KNEW I :t A ( ;
the Geo. Cone place which was ''I't/t'/ ': : :; : -; d''
purchased : J'.r' / :
Mr. and Mrs.' i'1.: Ilazcn were in *--- ,HOW, WHAT. WHEN TO PRAYAn "
lust week by H. H. Lewis.J. Starke shopping Monday. LONG BRIDGE: 11111111'I"' ,:",, ""' 'r "K"2t:
.
S. Jackson was a business visitorto Leonard Ilnllironk, of Santa Fe, win old man in Georgia' named, Jack .II ''I \ .", .,. ........;....... "'/ .... t

'' Starke Tuesday.!' n visitor here Sunday afternoon.S. Long Bridge, Feb. 7.-The farmers! Baldwin, having lost his hat in an old Yo-t ". ', '.........;-f: .:, ,... .',.'., / :1
, A. J. Jackson and, son, J. S. and C. : ; ; .
t V. Andrc, and H. P. Gainey!' were of this section are!' getting!' ready to 'try well one day, hitched a rope to a \ '..: .HI'1". : '.-.' t tIt' .."!Ift..
S. '" !.
McClellan visited the home of A. I ,. : , .. .s. : ? ..
L. Jackson Sunday. business visitors to Starke Monday.C. plant| their new crops. stump and let!' himself down. A wicked ,/.1", ,'.i'.; f' ,0::" ...f .. .. ...,..
Dr. Johnson of M. Clemons WItS transacting bus. M. 11. and N. G. Moody were busi- wag named!' Neal came along: just '. \I. < ,:'. 1 j.. ". ... .. f... ':'. Raiford .
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was ) 1.
a pro. week.C. visitors to Lake Butler Saturday. bell' fromBaldwin's .. . . ''', .
mess In'Jacksonville last ness then and quietly detaching a . .... .. I: ..'' '
days fessional ago visitor to this section!' a few Bevillo spent the week-end!' herewith !' I Prvt. S. P. Yarborough and Miss old 1 blind horse, approached "I.\.,., .. t. ,. '. :. ,,-* ",,,, .<-'- ,..._."..." ..,,(,.,. "-"J' 3 ..\.'."

Dr. Tomlinson, of Starke 'was a his family. I Sallie Norman spent Sunday afternoon the well, bell in hand, and began' to 1I.: '.\\,; ;:;;a''! .., '_ >:':'.;. :_.\ .. J.':::; .> I
prnfesixonal visitor to section last L. Clemons made a business trip to with Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Moody.Mr. ting-a-ling. Jack thought the old q.Wl--; !::: \ , :: ,: "" +. .I'; "",, :,...
our Jacksonville last week.Hon. and Mrs. S. W. Moody, spent horse was coming, and said: "Hang .., ":'!".. ";:\"" '.I;<; "...',. ... :, ,,,._ ,, .--::'__': ...,
Monday. . .
I. W. Pinholater and son, Lester Sunday with Mr. Bryant Brooks. the old blind horse he's coming this _..... F.::":':' 1wrjti : ... .A ".. .-.-.:. ,... .'..'.............
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liKOOKERU I IJ attended the Masonic meeting held After an attack pneumonia casu- way .sure, and he ain't got no morn ; : '' -
I here Saturday afternoon. ed from the measles little Misses Annie sense than to fall in on me. Whoa

:J Brooker, Feb. -7.-The- friends I Friends and relatives are glad to and Ruby Johns are slowly im Bill!" This Machine Embraces the Latest ,
many know that Mrs. L. F. Surrency, who proving. The sound came closer. "Great Jerusalem
r i of Nabb .
Dogan are glad to learn he ,
4 is! much better. :1| underwent an operation recently at the N. G. Moody visited Shakeragg last I The old blind fool will be Application of Gasoline Power to the
Gainesville hospital, is getting on nice- Sunday. right on top of me in a minute. Whoa
Messrs. J. E. demons J. S. For-
-1 syth were in Starke Saturday morn- 'Ily. Sunday school every Sunday morning Bill-Whoa, Billy!1" Reduction of Labor on the Farm. :
f' ing. I Death of Mm.. Lizzie Willis at Long Bridge and prayer meeting Neal kicked a little dirt on Jack's

:; Mr. and, Mrs. Sam Crews and children I Aunt Lizzie Willis departed this life at W. T. Turner's every Sunday head, and Jack began to pray: "0
the of Jan. 27, at the homeof evening. Bill_ Plows Harrows Cultivates and Oper- ;
of near Santa Fe, were in our on morning Lord, have mercy on me-whoa, ,
burg, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. John Lewis near this place. Donald Adkins and Pearce Crews!! n poor sinner; I'm gone now-whoa,

Collie Weeks!' of Santa Fe, was in She had been an invalid for several vjsited Shakeragg' Sunday.Mrs Bill-our Father who are in-whoa. ates Light Farm Machinery.
I, our town Sunday afternoon. years and when her health began to .Willie! Jones is very sick at Rill-hallowed be thy-gee, Bill!

P. J. Byrd and daughter, Miss baby fail her she came and made her home this writing1. What'll I do-name. Now I lay me

.I of Graham, were in our town Saturday with her brother, the late John Lewis Misses Nona Brown and Leona down to sleep-gee, Bill!" Just: thenin Lumber Co.
y where she obtained' all Moody were guests of Mrs William Quigley & Supply
afternoon!' and while here Miss necessary attention fell more dirt. "Oh, Lord, St youever
until the end The Thomas Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
Byrd was the guest of :Miss Inez Aber- came. fun. intended to do anything for mobuck.
i t, nathy.P. ernl taken place at Dedan cemetery!' and !Mrs. II. O. Brown visited Bill! Oh Lord, you know I was

i I ? M. Barefoot spent Sunday with where a number of friends!' had gathered nt the Moody home Saturday evening. baptized, in Smith's mill dam-whoa, Agents for Bradford
! County.BOOST .
l( relatives Plant City. to pay the last trbiute of respect. A. D. Adkins and son, Gerald, made Bill! Ha! Up! Murder! Whoa!"
The funeral conducted. Rev business trip to Lake Butler!' Satur
was by
I > Lucian la/en I spent Sunday afternoon Neal could hold in no longer and
1 at Lake Butler. v Joe Kelly. day. shouted laugh which might have
e I R. I"'. :Merntt made a business!' tripto a
l 'I I' Miss Mamie Reddish, of Guilford !keen hoard! two miles, which was about r.II
i rb ;, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. WOODLAW.V PARK Lake Butler!' Saturday.Mrs. as far as Jack\ chased him when!' he
: Claudia Brooks antifiss':

,, i? Cone Mrs., Saturday Alvin afternoon:McKinney, of Louise, Woodlawn" Park, Feb. 7.-Messrs. J. Blanche' :Moody will spend!' the weekend :' got out.---- your Home State by sendingyour

S. Norman, n. I.. and O. L. Philips with friends and relatives near II
spent the week-end with her parents!' IT. S. ARMY ()FnF.R'IU.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. were business!' visitors to Starke Satur- Pukes FACE :SERIOUS CHARGES:
Mail orders Florida
Murray Thomas. and sister we're inour to a HouseOur
( Mrs. W. E. .1\liddll.toll and son, Earl, dar.A.
of Hampton, spent!' Saturday afternoon Green and sons. Eodus and Dewey burg Saturday. National Guard Played Second Fiddle

here.Several. were!' visitors to Raiford Saturday. Pearl and Eunice McKinney spent to the Regulars Service has given us National prominence
I attended church at New S. II. Thompson visited his daughtor Sunday; with Mabel and Maude Crews. ..

f Hoprt Sunday. !Mrs. I). Starling. near Starke, on .-- I Washington, Feb. Reiterating in ,

) Remember services!' at the :Missionary Sunday. :Miss Belle Richard, of Lake Butler, the House today his charges that national I \I IOUR
Messrs.\ ; H. Parmenter and Orin who has been visiting with her ,
'f s Baptist church next Saturday and patents guard officers were!' removed '
; r Sunday. by the pastor, Rev. N. T. King Green of the Wuterouk section were Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Richard, the .1 from commands after practically continuous FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY

' r of New River. visitors to our section Sunday. past,l> three weeks, has. returned to her : fighting to make room for

Mr.[ and Mrs. R. T. Osteen spent D. D. Browning was a business vis- home.-Gainesville Sun. Feb. 2nd. regulars Representative Gallivan, of Everything BOOKS
t itor to Jacksonville :Monday. -- ----- letter' I LEADING ,
Sunday with their daughter I\Irll. J. Massachusetts, read a signed by ,
If. Surreney, of Graham Miss Morine Browning returned to J, S. Howard[ and daughter, !\Iiss.. forty wounded officers saying that Investigation Complete Office Outfitters

Eldon Baxter, who has been!' relieving her home last week from Jacksonville!', Annie, from Pukes Bradford county would) prove that medical!' LINES

T. P. Ward at Hamlet!' N. C., re where she spent several days the I were visitors in Gainesville!' Monday. officers were!' ordered to report' as Toys and Athletic Goods
guest of relative :V"1. Howard.. a prominent turpentine
turned home Saturday morning. fit, so officers might replace them un-I
f The Pine Hill Lodge No. {9 met Saturday 1 I 1 I Mr. and Mrs Noah Butler and 111..., in hat section, and his business regulars. The letter also asserted!' Artists Surveyors and Draftmen'a Materials
rs afternoon at the usual hour daull'hterIiss! Leaty of Jacksonville, !III prospering. lie is just adding five national !guard officers and

f with good.I attendance are here the guest of their daughter: more "crops."-Gainesville Sun, Feb. were sent into the thick of the fighting I KODACS

at Roy Godwin of Pine Hill, was in :Mrs J. Mathis.: .&Hh. while regular' army men were held Photographic Supplies

our town Sunday afternoon.J. :Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dowling were back, and! blamed it on the general'
a S. Brown, of Miller, was in our visitors to Raiford Saturday. On Sunday, Rev. :M. Woodward, staff in Washington. The letter also I ,,.. Thermos Bottles, Safety Razors
town Friday. ... E. C. Johns spent!' several days of lot puk*s, Bradford county who is n I t said General Wood, when he visited I

st J. J, Morgan and family attended ,I last week in Jacksonville on business. I preacher of the Free Will Baptist I the front, was treated more like a Ger We carry complete stock in all our lines
church at New Hope Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Norman and nomination, conducted services at ,

,, Mrs. L. T. Osteen who has been visiting Mrs. E. Kite were visitors to Starke the Pine Grove church. He will be I A Tonic Laxative Printers Lithographers, Engravers

her sister,.Mrs. Bryant, of High Saturday. there!' again on the first Sunday, in that will; remove the bile from the Liver aDd I
Springs returned home Saturday at- O. J. Phillips is in Jacksonville this :\larch.-Gainesville Sun, Feb. 4th. clean tI..System THOROUGHLY without grlplnd I Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System
.
week on business. or disturbing ha stomach U truly a Perfect Lax-

ternoon.Mrs. R. T. Osteen spent part of last Moody-Kite VIM LET EGYPTIAN COTTON IN itive. WITH PEPSINI t
{5 week with her daughter Mrs. J. H. Mr. G. G. Moody and Miss Mary Etta .I LAX-FOS
Reliable and Perfect Laxative
i+ Surrency.of Graham. Kits were married Saturday morn. The Senate has rejected, 42 to 10. whlAb I the: soon name relieves of a Sick Heailache. Dlzzinest, laJUetttoa. I

n Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crews and children ing at 9:30: o'clock) at the home of Rev. an amendment by Senator Smith of { .Stomach Trouble, Uos aDd Piles caused O

1 of Old Bradford, were in town and Mrs. D. L. Phillips. The bride Is i Arizona, which would have prohibitedthe by Reliable a Torpid Laxative Liver nnd In the Constipation.treatment of Always Cold.one Grip a I
i Saturday afternoon the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Kite, importation of Egyptian long cot- and Influenza. -

The Woodmen Circle held their reg. and the groom is .a promising young ton for six months after the bill became LAX.FOS WITH PEPSIN la a Liquid Dldertlv S STAT/ONRYBooA-AND ART STORE.
o' meeting Saturday afternoon business man of Jacksonville. They a law. Senator Smith said the Toni Laxative excellent In Its exert on the -
ular monthly laxative. It IsJoe
System both as a onto and ce a
with good attendance. left for Jacksonville Saturday morning purpose was to protect the American s*guml 1 for Children as for Adult Hesaaula 32
W. St. & 46 Fors th
cite. Children like It.. 50c. 45-49 Bay > St.
who
Cant. S. A. Bryan of Starke passed :, where they will make their home. growers of this grade of cotton Muds ami l recnmmendrd. to the pahllo by Paris
through here Saturday Their many friends wish them along had Increased their acreage during the ttmirlne! l'o. St., fails Mo.. manufacturers atGriw'sTateleaschUlbate.
t of and happy through lifp. at the of the government. ;
Miss's Mabel and Ethel Byrd, voyage war request -
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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I 'i' .' ...01i' <$> <$> .so <$> <$> <$0 'to ( i ;

'*' A .aI' MONTANA MAN Half Your Living

Bits of Local i SEASON VERY I'KOFITAHLE i H' C ,
Wo nro all nt a danger On
*- 'J1I point.
P I i There is hardly) any way In'I' GETTING OVERHISLIFETROUBLE
. . . . . . I e' which a person can do so muchi" I the 1019 use of Rood>: common sense In our
farm and
garden operation, do-
1\\ Information The season just past was n very r' for his own locality with so little *> ponds prosperity or our "KtiliiK broke."
profitable one for pecan growers! andas ',* cost and at the same time with so <# Even nt present hIgh prices no one

a consequence, many new trees have | -*> much benefit to himself and his can plant all or nearly alll'ottlln. buy
C.r.a ..ttj Omr Trt. 3eaM..a..1 lately been planted and the good workis 'K* family as by giving a hearty food and grain at present priori from
rr.w. i* In .*. C... T ...* T_ I'
still going on. The pecan comes to I -*' support to his. local paper A '*' supply merchant on credit and make

L bearing soon is vigorous/ almost en- ,j j i <*, newspaper with evidence of substantial <*> HAD SUFFERED SINCE HE money.proportion Food than and ore grain present are higher ration la I
_. .. from home
the
- -- tirely free from insect enemies, does''! support- prices
WAS A
Butternut bread and rolls fresh every Dr. N. C. Berry of Jacksonville not starve plants growing close to it, I I merchants its pages speaks SMALL BOY-DE-I Its a time above all others to play

day at the Model Bakery. i j made a professional visit here last and the nuts are in ever increasing de- ,,, ?> volumes for a town. The fact .* CLARES TAN safe; to produce all possible food
mand. Nothing can better serve to I '*> that every trade! seeker has an .* grain and forage; supplies on your own
j week Dr. Berry formerly] resided in enhance the value of a farm than to '* advertisement in its columns* DONE HIM WHOLE WORLDOF acres; to cut down I tho store bill.
Hose all colors at Stump's.Sugar Starke, and has friends here
many plant pecan trees upon provided the proves that the people are up .$> GOOD. I A good ploco of garden: ground
who his hand.
are glad to again
grasp rightly planted rightly tended fend
drainage is good as the roots of this with the times and favorably impresses *'
kept planted> the round bo
10 year can
cents at
per pound :Meal) 5 cents pound at the tree go deep into the ground. $ the stranger into whose "I remember when I was a small mado to furnlnh nearly half your llvInff. -
Cash Department Store. I per Those in Bradford county who have hands its chances to fall. The pah'" boy how suffered with stomach" It will save yon more money
I I'Cash Department Store. the number @ w(>1fill\ (>t! with homo advertisements '*> my than lunilu
planted largest!' of trees per ['said William 1'reeeo, a well known yon' on the !bout two or
Mrs. Cora Saunders of Jacksonville of late are J, Heenan Williams and <3> and local news is a mirror -to :i miner living at 13:1: : Wing street Hutte three acres of> rntton you over prow!
Lee Morgan. Mr. Williams is well in which is reflected the activities .* Hastings: 1H9! Flood Hook tell oil
was the week-end guest of the Misses Last call-$1.25 table Damask 1 :Montana recently "It just troubled
I* nbout tho right kind of a money oar-: ,
known of live community. 1
Baisden. over Bradford county as a good a \
only 98 cents at Stump's.Saturday farmer and far-seeing business man 4> 4.4'aC'4'ca.a I me trouble constantly and as I grew older the lug garden and tho vegetables to put ,I
got worse. In It. It tells> about tho farm crop as
Auto Oil, 80 cent value for 59! j| and Monday only. and he decided: to plant all of his land! I OB44. . . A 'P 1 "Soon after n meal, gas would formin well and shows yon the dour road) to

now under cultivation to pecans. He my stomach making it feel ax hard, l''nll',1' rorruliir farm prosperity. It's
r! cents-Starke Harware Co. :1 Rev. G. F. Scott, writing to the editor considered the usual ,distance given J.1.:\ COOK, JR.. TO GO TO LAKRIUTTLEK as a rock Tho pain would be terrible Free. :Solid; for it today: to H G. .

___ _ I of the Telegraph, says that he is I I the trees-40 to 60 feet apart-too ( : and would\ sometimes lust for days nt I I HASTINGS CO., Atlanta, Ga.--Advt.Piles .

I Seed Irish potatoes! and see oats at most pleasantly situated at DeLand close for their welfare, und besides, ho !! a timt During these attacks I would I! '-- --

Kickliter's. 2-7-2t. ._John_ :\L_ f'nnlr._ _.TV._ chief clerk_ tn__ fVfi. .
| ,und that Methodists: have fine wanted plenty of room for his u.
a crops om n p< n 1 have to
I lay off from work for several
I Cured In 6 to H
.._._. ,_, ..__ Daysihnudlnbn
-- (church edifice there and n large memo I so he decided to place the trees 70 feet heck commcrcinl superintendent of >ys. I was constantly belching j -
aindmuni'y If PAZO OINTMKNT fnll
See our beautiful line of' 'bership. apart lie bought 9-foot trees of !i the Hell Tolophon), (Company, will as- undigested food and no matter what up I to cure I lirhlnil, llthul, : Illwiliiiit' or rrnlrutllntf; Plli'H.! t
( choice varieties from the Tabor Nurseries. !, simn PORM"K"jonlnll"y\ of the local litHlnmly ri'H.wv.I lifhlnil 1 I'llm.1 and yuu run g'S l T
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silks $1 to $2 yard. Stump's.Dr. I'd oat I sullVri'il" from ht'iirthurn. I rp (Ii! inch Stovepipe, 30 cent 'al- I Macclenny( , and was )present to ', telephone, system at Lake Butler Fin.. got lit) I could hardly sloop nt ell. --- ----- _. ---

and Mrs. E. T. Campbell had as 'UP, 19!) cents-Starke. Hardware see that they were carefully dug up. : which ho has acquired. would just roll and, toss all night in MKAII: COTTON( SKKII:
To insure further safety to the trees :\11'. Cook is corporal in Company 1)). ''
their guest this week :Mrs. Meadows, i Co. !, ngony.
ho hauled them homo his RII'lInnllhlunlt"'I' CJuanU, Slob ,,
on own wagons -
of Anthony. ] "Then I road about Tanlac In the If other of our friend want to plant
---- -- -- -- after seeing that they were prop- I Guard.- -Savannnh. .News.Special .. '' papers| and got n bottle, urn I started :Mead cotton tho coming season their
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9s Lard, 23; cents per pound at ,: nice, 10 cents per pound. Cash transit.erly loaded and protected during sale on :Men and Lulil's'1 taking it. It was not long! until I began orders! for seed should l be placed nt t
to foci whole lot hptt > I have
Department a ( r. once. The supply ho exhausted
Cash! Department Store. : Store-- Lee. Morgan has lately bought tho ,'j Sprint Shoos at Cash ))('I\I't. taken throe hollies so far and from soot.Tllt'; BANK nary OF STAKKK.:
old Jesse Reddish, place in the Water- .
the I have improved far it
Leo Cnnov way so
sailed from Jacksonville nu-nt Storr.GOVERNMENT.
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!Mr. and Mrs B. C. Willis have moved oak section, acknowledged" one of the won't bo long until truoblo in
my n
oM back to Jacksonville, after a short for New York City Monday. He I be.t farms in the county. Wild Cherry - -- ----.- thing of the pilot I can work regular! N. C. Oil FI.OIlllRt'NNER) : PEANUT 'f'
his Rob
wax accompanied by cousin
: FACES IIIG LOSS SKKD: '
stay In Starke and f>ersimmon h.leR1'! springing -
f ._ i| Tilnckmnn, and they will spend some I I GTARANTEEING; : ': : WHEAT PH1CK every tiny now my stomach don't trouble -
---- -- --- nil over the place, and :Mr. Morgan -
!time with Mr. IJlackman's; mother, up mo like it did, my uppetito i is better For innni'iliiitu acceptance and cash
Mrs. Alma McMillan: spent Sunday decided that where such doep-root- ,
:Mrs. Ruby Blackman. and though I haven't weighed 11 with order I cnn furnish tho N. C. or
in Jacksonville with her sister Miss! ed trees grow spontaneously, pecans Washington, I F"cb.:1.Grain: ; dealers know 1'111.I'.ttilllt'/ hoavior. I am glad Florida Runner Seed Peanuts nt Six

Rhoda Lagergren. ----- should thl'ive1'11., and ho procured I appearing before the House Agricul- to recommend Tanlac for it has done ||I''cents iOlvl'tl\pound' ($1.tiO() per bushel) f.
I Large double blankets. price I and set out 500 trees of the best kinds. !lml Committeeproposed that the mo a whole world of good. 'o. 1). Fin.

$65.00; Ranges now selling for !$4.50 closing out for $3.50.Stump's. As his farm Is of the! "four-horso". Government pay the guaranteed price Tiinhio sold! in Starke! by C. P. II. T. HALL, LOWELL, FLA.
; $18.75-Starke Hardware Co. II j | nomination he had )plenty' of room and i I, of $2.21u/ !bushel for the 1H! !> wheat: Canon'and by one druggist in every I' : : : A j

I set the trees 80 foot npart. This j I crop and sell it to the consumers at town in BrndforII'ounlY'-\lv.' JCJlI.11I1mc:1'r.lmmmrncnmUlmCJIlmmmOmIDlUmmn/ : : \
-I leaves him still about ::10 acres of broken the world's market price, which they' {
li! I :Mrs. C. A. :McMillan: of Scotland Hobble Blackmail U. S. N., of San I land to l be planted to trees next estimated will ho about $1.25Vit- ------- -. -- I LOWNKY'S & I ULLKU'SI ,

1 Ga., it) visiting nt the home of her son, 1 Francisco\ Cal., is visiting/ at the homeof fall. j, nesses generally believed this plan :M1NF.IIS: IHlh.LINC: ; FOIl WATF.K: I t:! I KKSI. II I CANDIF.SCome : 1I

i Mr. I>. S. :.l1<':llillun... i his aunt mil uncle :Mr. nnd Mrs I While the staking out of a small |I' would cost the Government prolinbly'a .FIND KICII OIL I 111:1.1)'rw : I '< l la '
J, F. Cnnovn. Mr. Blackman has To
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:' ol''hlll.tlI.'Un bo done hv almost anyone. ''II' billion and a quarter dollars, but -- --- I I
Closing out ladies and child- 'gotten his discharge, after having 'I' it is quite- n ;different ;matter when the; 1 mid, the loss is preferable: to any attempt o prospector' *, operating n ,placer: :I W. A [3CSSEN'I'I

ren's hats. Stump's. I i'served since 191-1! in the navy rows me quarter to half a mile long. i on the part of the Government; mine in California, woro dismayed tl t, ,p
II I And to insure perfect alignment of i to maintain an artificial' price i ono day nut long ago ,to find the spring .U.ll.lflcncC1C( ( ) :) r ICIL'II'UIWCUUIC( )(: ) ) I ICaflmt; lCJflC'lrrcl:, ,
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I Flour, $1.70 per sack of 2tlt. [ . dried up from which they obtained'water. ------ -- -- --- -.- ----
the and distances between +
Shorts, $:5.30: sack at Cash rows equal
per Cash( Department Store them both Sir. Williams nnd Mr. Mor- j I Hf.st Crown; Early Hose mil However, holes drilled near Acreage For Sale

Department Store. I It ____ __u_____ gan employed II. E. Liigerprren, to direct Itli-is Irish Potato. Seed per sack; I by started t the water flowing again,
and I
to increase
the flow bored
t Capt. A. II. Freeman has returned:' | :Mrs. from Sarah Sylviinia Looney ,Hamrick Ga., where has she retUl'neti the staking for them.PKOFESSOIl s:5.(? :$: 'ash Department Store I into the hillside! 'JO! ) ft., says they'the "February Eighty): (NO)) .Acres more or less, befog -

I visit nt Tallahassee with Popular Mechanics Magazine. North Half of the Southwest
home after
a wns called on account of the illness of I ::;:; POWI.ING ILL I -; It.- ,
his daughter, !Mrs. Steve Yates. j her daughter Mrs. T. W Oliver, and G.; 11.:S.;, IIIFI4A'fS\ y'f.11tKEIn This gave thorn enough water to resume ({uiirtcr of Section :Sit;l Township Six "

little sons, Thomas and A. C She Professor S, S, Dowling) principalof operation On returning to work :South; Mange 22 lOast: known as> the ..- l'
Axes $1.73.: going at I I a fast und very interesting: basketball thp next morning what was their
Kelly '"
will resume her kindergarten on next. Bradford County High! ::School and II. II. llopMini property Bradford county. : '
$1.23; at Starke Hardware Co. :Monday, Feb. 10th. Mrs. !>Dowling. a member of the High i game Saturday afternoon the astonishment to find n 2-in. streamof '
Florida. :Submit oiler to ;
crude
I School faculty have been granted Indefinite Gainesville High School team tlefeatl.jStarke oil flowing from the bore.A .
by a score of 31 to 23. Starke dam was hastily built to conserve
MRS. FLING ENTERTAINS loaves of absence and left on
Grits, the best obtainable, for ; deal] I tho oil until bn
hard unable laid
Mrs. A, C. Fling entertained very Thrusday morning for Tallahassee fought but was to pipes could to u T. J. Bryan '

5 cents!' a pound._ Cash Department I ,delightfully at a six o'clock dinner on where they will be guests at the home with the Gainesville lads' accurate near-by town.FOUK.MONTILSOLI. :
passing! and the goal throwing of .. 1'. O. llo< No. 112.
f
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'of Mrs. Mr. Dowl
\ Store. |I'Tuesday at her home "Greylocks. on Powling's mother.
Chestnut. The G. II. S. team was well : ) IJAHY ATLANTA CKOIKilA.: ( : e
breakdown
i1:Lafayette street. ing is suffering from a nervous ;

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns and son,'J The following ladies enjoyed her brought on by over-work. He supported by a bunch of rootersGainesville STANHSI.uS":.

George of Lake Butler were visiting 1 hospitality: Mesdames S. J. Stern. has not been well for many weeks but Sun, Feb+ 2nd. ; .- J

Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Green Sunday. | 1 berg, Uglow Fernandez Campbell stayed at his post, hoping that he A photograph a fourmonthsoldbaby !
I and the following out of town guests: would soon regain his strength!' Few Special) price on Men's! Clothing standing alone is shown In tho COFFINS CASKETSAnd

beautiful Mrs Ford North Branch, Mich.; Mrs men enjoy so completely the esteem r, overalls, etc. Also Ladies February Mechanics Magazine This a full lin. of
We
are selling our Judson Adrian, :Michigan; Mrs. Meadows l. and regard! of a community and everyone Garments, Ginghams, and Dress was the result of an interesting course Undertakers' Supplies I
serges cheaper than we can : Anthony, Fla.pLASSIFIETi. here is hoping for Mr. Dowl- of training. that was begun when
\
Automobile Hearse.Always .
buy them today. Stump's. I' Ing's early recovery and return to floods.: Cash )Department Store taby was only three weeks old. One of
duty with the school. the first lessons consisted in teachingit on hand. The best service -

Friends of Attorney J. E. Futch will Mr. C. E. Pope, of the agriculturalschool GERMAN: : CANNON FOR COUNTY to sit up by putting a hand at its at the lowest pricen. Special

be pleased to know that he is recovering ''' I J will serve as principal of the :SEAT; : EACH FLORIDA COUNTYWashington hack and bracing tho tiny feot. At attention to telegraph orders. \

after an illness of several weeks, j I v ADVERTISING High :School during Mr. !Dowling's! absence four months it was 'J.'t: and onehalfin. I _

------- .-.. Prof. R. A. Green has been retained ; Feb 1.--A bill by Senator -'' tall and weighed 11 and one-fourth Registered Embalmer

Best Grade: Ground: Coffee, 20 'ONE[ : : CENT A WORD FOR EACH ISSUE. to fill :Mrs. I Ivlinic'' place on Trammel! favorably reported. out' pounds. '
CASH IN AIVANIE the faculty until she re-turns. Other of (committee provides for the donating --- DeWITT C7JONESStarke 1
cents pound at Cash! Department Ad..rtiiem.nta ln .rtfd under this And Il
per :must b. paid in advance. No dvertincmcnt I teachers! will he supplied as noon as of captured, Gorman; cannon or ('()((S'OIIS MAY IIKCOMKso : : _ I fl:). ,
Store. for hmrrtinn far lr.. 26cvnU. field in
one accepted than each
possible. pieces to county sent .
For inatancet A 10-word advertisement Florida. :; i r lie K: OF( iu-vF.Nii: : ;I': l lOne '='==-- =
ftnv inaertttm will b. 25 rental I If for morethan -- --- - - ------
The school and civic club will meet I onv Inserlion. will be churned fur al 1 Shoes are cheaper at ---- +-_. of thl'Crl'lIt waste products! ofi I I r
cent word. Nothing charged.
Wednesday afternoon Feb. 12th:! at a ----- down tot the bottom-Price a few the (corn-producing t't is corncobs. 'i
btump's.
30.::: Everyone is invited to nttenI.I-i FOIl SALK: !staples and he 'on\'lnc'd-Cao! hut, according to tho "February, Popular -
- :\lI'I'h"njl'Inrn: lie- COTTONWHILE
/ ne. they
PAY YOfll TAMOS: Now Store. may i
Department !
$1.00 Jots( now selling! for i9 J FOR[ I.f--Fuul': choice milch cuws. come! n MOIIITO of revenue to the fir,

cents at Starke Hardware Co. J. M. Ilrownleo: Starke .Fla. 2.7.3t.I: Th" and - --- ------- nirr. Dopiirtmont of Agriculture chemists .
_. :... tax collector a'secsor will \\'1:1:10.11JoSTSI'T:: : I : I
I have discovered that glue, cellulose
make another trip to Lake Hutlor on I HOLDING

Fresh stock Irish potatoes going I FOR: 8.\1.1.-10.0110: Japanese Seed next Tuesday and Wednesday ,Fed.llth A man mimed Stone unit n man and glucose may bo obtained '.

for I cents per pound at thel! Cane, $1.00 ,per Fla.hundred. Box dal.It.l: ilS.Worthington 1' nnd 12th for the purpose( .of collecting named Wood met on the street one from them and thus: II profitable new INSURE WITHJ.

Cash Department Store. and assessing. / taxes. 'lay and, stopped to talk. A pretty industry, may bo developed. ".

I' The books must close this year on young lady, wearing one of those side ,, ,-_. --- "- --- -.. ,
I' ]FOR, SALE:!-One Ford roadster in the the 1st of Therefore ,hewell R Davis & Co. '
April. it will .
walk-microbo-proof skirts, puisml. The Quinine That (Due) Not Alr..IThc Mead: '
!bent of condition. Can bo bought ,
\, B. :M. Knight, of Hampton Springs,
for nil to settle at that ,
('hpu!'. See Sam Rosenberg, Starko '; once cnn Stone turned to \V".IVo.,1 turnedto B1. aujw of Irs tonic. nItS liiirMvo. *R..t. I.\'A I I1I
is in Ftarke for a few days visiting I Fla. I-17-tf.l I and avoid 'the rush at the lust for if Stone, then bo .h turned to rubber. .I'. IlKDWI/ QM.VINK I : (Iiih ..1) c'nn he- i.K'ii STARKE, FLORIDA
) ,,
at the home of ShorilT and :Mrs. W J.l the continue by nnymm Milhuut rniinlnJ u rv o 'smIlguaturn rinrilfitf"
people to wait it will bo : : ; .
Gainesville Sun. III the lii'Otl. fc.W..HIALa 1,11 I* JHh: i
Epperson. Ii j FOR S.\LE--I, C. variety seed PplI-1 ;Impossible to issue receipts to all at

nuts fi cf'ntqVhite; the la' t. :Mr. Dowlipg also states that -- -. -

You can get outing and yellow -I cents f. o. b. Cash. P. :M. White & I there arc a few who hue" failed to MO.

homespun at Stump's for Son Lake Park Ga. 1-21-lt. I euro their license, and he especially requests -

20 cents yard while it lasts. -FOR S.-\I.E-A garage, completely I same that ai they this come must iit be once settled and secure at . "A Receipt in Full"u

equipped for all kinds of once.
R. L. Law has returned to Starke bile repair work. Sam automlJ-j ---.

from his studies at Louisville to oc- Starke. Notice of Guardian Sale

cupy the pulpit of the First Baptist ._- Thirty days! _after. _date hereof I will

church during his father's illness. "OR SALE-Six room bungalow/ on apply to the Honorable <;eo. A. innli--

\v. Call street. Reasonable price. ner, county' judge of Bradford county
Sweet potatoes, 30 cents per Mrs D.P.litchell.: Starke. 1-17-tf Fla.. for an order to sell at private Thai what you !have for every bill of account you pay by check. You don't even'A

peck at Cash Department Store. For SALE CIIEAP-Secon-( 1-- sale the one-fifth undivided interest of need to make a memorandum of the payment. The bank krrps the account for you

Charles Francis Hunt, minor heir of
horse wagon, just overhauled. J.
II. W.' Raiford and wife. :Miss LucyV. Frank Hicks deceased! In and to the
F. Colley Starke. It.
Perry, of Raiford and Mr. T. R.lIendrlcks. following described land situate and Your Cash Always BalancesYou
brother-in-law of II. W. being in Bradford county Fla., to-wit:
Fairbanks
FOR SALE-One 20 horsepower -
Raiford of :\Macon, Ga., were visitorsto :Morse Type Y oil engine One : Southeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter .

Starke :Monday No. 5 Farquaher sawmill complete ,I and Quarter Northeast. also Quarter 4 acres of on Southeast the E have no trouble hunting up receifti and receipted bill. Just call on the bank

with two saws, One Newmans 3 side of Southwest Quarter of Northeast for your check and you have the evidence complete
and laces swell
Embroidery side planer size 8x21 4 split pulleys -
Quarter Sec. 31, Tp. 7 Range 22
line at before the war prices at cut ,off 20 saw feet mandril 1.15 inch and ihafting pulleys, One, 40 I i and the Southwest Quarter, of Northwest .; This bank solicits your deposits large or imall and invites you to pay your bills through 4it.

Stump's. i Quarter and West Half of Northwest
feet 4 inch belting 60 .feet 6 inch I I.jii? 1t.1 the SAFE way. 1
Quarter of Southwest! Quarter
belting, 4* feet 10 inch belting!, 43
Linseed Oil regular $2.25; value I I Sec. 32, Tp. 7, Range 22; also the E '
feet 12 inch belting, 3 cant hooks I Three Quarters of East Half of South We pay 4 per cent on laving acccu-l tl. compounded quarterly. Place your Liberty

for $1.19-Starke HardwareCo. 4 cross cut saws, 2 shaft hangers t east Quarter of Sec. 32: Tp. 7, Range Bonds and other valuable in a la'ety depciit box cot U small.
boxes! 1 roller bed and rollers. Sold I __ 1 :
22 E.
containing in all 21-1 acres
in lot or separately.! List of con- ,
more or less.
:Mr. M. Lovlton has had as guests crete machinery: One No. 107 This 7th day of Feb. 1919.: : ,
Northwestern cone batch mixer 1 BRADFORD COUNTY BANK '
d-'rhi" the week her nephews Free- W. C. HUNT. i'
let of pipe molds !sizes f, 8, 12, 18 ,
Guardian
for
man Her'ter and Arthur Bennett, Charles Francis! Hunt.
and 21 inch 1 vase mold. 1 sidewalk
why ha'stely been honorably discharged block machine 50 wood pal 2-7-51. Bradford County's Financial J; tronghold ',4.
-
from service In the army.Boy's I <
lets. 1 set tombstone molds, 4 iron Colds Cause drip and Influenza ESTAflLISHED IS99STARKE
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wheelbarrows, 1 mortar hoe. I'rice
SI 2.50 blue! LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets rraiov Ih. FLORIDA
serge of lot $380.00.;) J. T. Qulglay Starke There '
can**) la only> one "Bromo Qulalua.
suits, $9.00 at Stump's. Ha. 272t. E. W.GROVE'S signature CO box. 301:. I


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PAGE SIX BgADF'ORD COUNTY TELETh''APff, .TARKo FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. ,....

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LfBERTY LOAN AND STAMP: i i I _ _ ___._ __ _
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; 1 Bradford County Farmers has been -definitely- decided by I

the Treasury Department that the
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Fifth Liberty Loan and the: War Savings -
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'f I PNKUMOM\: :/ IN YOUNG PIGS ShcrbakofT of to University of Florida FLORIDA'S SOIUBUILHIVG. Stamp quotas for 1919 will be' 13 Dollars-

t e'.r II experiment station should be ob"served PLANTS THE MOST: VALUABLE apportioned on a joint buXis.' In other
\ \Ij\ Young pigs arc especially prone to by all growers: words thut the county quota assigned
c, '' ,! j inflammation of the lungs during winter Use the best seed obtainable; free FlorMu is especially adapted to the for Liberty> Bonds will btt plus the il CentsWhen
says John Spencer, veterinarian nt from disease, if possible. growth of the lIoil.L' iI'inU', leguminous amount of War Ravings Stamps which 13

J, ,, } '', I the College of Agriculture. This i.+ Choose a sl'l.d.bl'llllOiI: nut previously plants-c-owpeas, soybeans: ), beg- the county lies failed to sell) out of its
I
I + due chiefly to the piKq, lying on! Vnt used for growing tomatoes or related garwocd, velvet beans peanuts, etc. signed! quota up to the time of thebend I
41 damp ground during cord CaRt winds crops; or, Better still, u Roil stcnli v I Tfoso products furnish food for nv>n, cannpiiiirn. Swift & Company
'i and cast rain StOI n' Tho attack ii"- ed with steam or formalin. animals und the land. There arc miuiyviiiUlitH : I
. "' i ;t t't Ually comes on suddenly, the pigs eat : Spray plants in the need bed, and in of these important plant: This means that Liberty Iran organizations II I paid, say-13 dollars per hun-
; fcjjnringly if at all, renthing becomes the field with a good fungicide; such! some of them heavy yielcWs. of vimui ; can lessen their (Liberty
cattle
for live beef
'i difficult and! if the pigs exercise there I as bordeaux mixture. Apply thor for fodder and seeds<< for fond, says the nltnr"B.mpnign! By assisting from now dredweight ,
,': ". 'I is a wheezing cough present. Tho back oughly about every ten days. For State Marketing Bureau. Tile beggar- mill April in the'setting! of Wllr'Sa.- last year, the profit was only
S Stamps for all of War
I ngs
surplus
; is arched, and the pigs fail in flesh spraying in the need Led use the 3-1 weed Is a native plant; makes two ,
Savings sales 13 cents? In other words if
: rapidly. Mortality is very high. {CO;( bordeaux formula, increasing: the I crops a year;, and is a fine fowl for : over"theassigned <;fuota we
I fur the
s ,. : t In the treatment of this condition, strength to 4-4-50 or 5-5-50 1 for fli-M stock. The velvet bean, with Its the county, will be deducted from had paid $13.13, we would have
I The field broad, .creen leaver, is quite ornamental quote assigned for Liberty Bends!
;good: sanitation Is all important. Pro- spraying. stronger concentration '
vide the pigs with dry, warm sleeping Is preferable only in contral- and ran Iff used as a climtfngvine and vice rude versa. Following is the statement made no profit.Or .

I 'quarters, which are free from drafts ling early blight or rust. Spraying in for arbc/rs. It take a long season! to by Secretary Glass of the received
r I : Allow fresh air and sunlight. Give the field, may not be necessary during: mature the seed, and Florida' the Treasury Department, relative to diejoint if we had a

::1 l i> 1 easily digested, palatable food, such period of drouth. only state where'this is possibO over foota: quarter of a cent per pound less
j,. as milk and green fodder. Overcome Keen in check the various insects al its entire area. It produces ir: great A'sfOOn/ as the amtiunt of the Firth : li
beef would have
constipation by giving small doses of work on the plants./ This may be done amount of forageand i. a woitrterfu Liberty! Loan has beeirdetermined ami I for dressed we

fluid extract cascara segrada, five to by adding to every fifty gallons of bor- enricher tf the soil. The soy faros Is subdivided Into: quota for each district made no profit.It .
ten drops for young 20 to 30 pound deaux mixture a half pint of Black/ the source of a variety! of prepared the-: several districts which have
I t pigs. Give a done at daily intervals Leaf "*)" and) one pound of zinc ar- foods among the' Japanese and Chi- exceeded the War Saving$ quotas assigned ::. : is doubtful whether any
until the bowels become normal, but senite .r lead arsenate. If" spraying nest!. Containing no starch, the' soy them for the rnontfrr previous I
'. do not purge. is not practiced, dust the plants witha heart is melt substitute in the Orrenta to th.rt in which the loan offered will"' ''I other business is run on so closea

mixture of tobacco dust, zinc arse- dietary to tialance'the starch Ire. the be crediU'tf with the amount of the" I margin of profit.

fAN TO GROW ALL FEED nite or lead arsenate, and flowers of vice, so extensively! used for food.IIOrSEWIVES excess of War Savings. sales, and to 1
FOR LIVESTOCKON:/ FARM sulphur. ... the Liberty Loan quotas- for the pre ; This is bringing the producer ''i IIIt Ir
Where plant are likely to !suffer by ; SEE IMPORTANCE-: vious months will be acVU'O1; the deficiency li l t
, r t The future of Florida depends, to a'' drouth some means for irrigating OF PURITY* IN FOOD PRODUCTS I in- the War Saving" quota. : and the consumer pretty close ill l's it

,.( \ large extent upon the farmers of they should l &e provided. If this U imprnc- "Quotas for War Savings should together-which should be the
..; ,,. state. This places a great responsibility : ticable.: plant and cultivate in the It used to be that unscrupPousnaairfacturera he! distributed by you to all communities of
i ,, i upon the farmers, and if they are best way to conserve soil moisture. On wen>'lit liberty to foist within your district, the amountsto object any industry turning \2
N to make good it moans that they mutt low lands, the plants should \m staked., ranfcfy adulterated food stuffs unto : be determined as rruiy: seem best raw material into a useful form.

1'r r' \ ;',1 make some plans and, carry out some Nitrate of soda is preferable to other the unsuspecting housewife. This production in your juifgment after considering! .k
4 system of cropping for the year 1919.! forms of nitrogen (ammonia' ) for of Towgrade, frequently the: same factors which have deter- This remarkable showing is due to

'" \ ., The planting season for the spring of fertilizing tomatoen. Avoid a. heavy worthless and often injurious merchandise mined the' assignment of'your entire enormous volume, perfected facilities i\\
I' i 1919 is almost here. application of stable manure. Do not gained such! strides that the quota by the Treasury Department.The (packing plants strategically located
Prof. J. M. Scott of the Experiment use potassium chloride, nor nanure or government stepped in with Pure Kbodigisfation principle of credit and debit on h'
f Station asks this question: Have you compost containing old tomato vines. 1 and' checked: it. This nreaIT liberty Loan quotas brought about branch houses, refrigerator cars, etc.), : ;'

made plans for growing a sufficient Keep the field in a sanitary condi If tf protection wrousM housewives by. overun l'r subscription of War and an I larmy of men and women ,I;'//iil
: amount of feed and forage to feed all tion. Examine it regularly and remove 'to the situation amf the importance savings quotas should be- By you ex. chosen and trained to do their special "
of the livestock that is on the farm ? all rotted fruit and sickly; plants ,'of' utmost purity In articles of tabTe tended to each community which ,
A great many farmers, he says, fail and destroy them by burning bury. use. And as result: of this awakening Liberty Loan and War Sunrrgs quotas work.i'; ,

1\i to plan ahead far enough to ,be able ing. If buried, they should be covered wise housewives have set a Inghr are assigned" This, and many other points of 4;
with a disinfectant, such as. limtn standard of .
purity than the Foodtawi
to produce the necessary feed at home '
1 ,r for the stock on the farm. When a Practice crop rotation. Tile less often demand'; The federal and /state: GOVERNMENT:' : INCREASINGDKNOMiNATIONS interest, are found in the Swift &: p;

'' large portion of the feed must bo purchased tomatoes follow tomatoes or related authorities have cud off to a great extent : 'OF W. S. S. Company Year Book for 1919, just it itq h

t the profits disappear as rapidly crops, the less likely.ia the crop, the manufacture of producer ofan i published which is brought out for the 1

as the feed. Plan the crops this I to become diseased. injurious nature. The great maJority War Savings Stamps iir denominations q public as well as for the 25,000 Swift i
, spring so that you will he sure to havean While the observance of these precautions of housewives have gone even of' $100 and $100 are being : I'' 1 1I' 4
abundance of feed and forage for will not guarantee a crop free farther and insist on absolute purity. printed by the United States Treasury ; & Company shareholders. I'' ::'t 1

plI all of the stock on the farm, and per of disease, it will go far hi that dinar- This is evidenced in the tremendous Department now for sale during I The Year Book also represents thepacker's Y

haps have u little to sell. tion. and ever increasing demand for Calumet this Year, in addition to the 25 cent k
__ side of the Federal Trade
i y CAREFULLY BakingPowder.. There are many Thrift and $5.00 War Savings Stamps
i FLORIDA NEEDS !MORE AND SET TUBES : 'different brands of Baking$ Powders already on sale. Announcement of" Commission investigation, upon which

e BETTER DAIRY CATTLE on the market.\ All that are on the this was made several days ago. i'' Congress is asked to base action
a More trees are lost or stunted! by market aremade within the 'limitsof One of the chief objections to War the
against industry. a
6 Get Bid of Tick! and Grow More Feed improper setting than by* placing themin the law" are pure as the Taw demands Savings Stamps during-1918 was that ,
Will Flourish a soil not adapted to their growth. Calumet Baking' Powder is when who have "
1 and Dairying : a person wished to purchase Many never heard thepacker's 'j
M; The University of Xlorida College of as pure as it cnn be made. It possesses l.OOO worth which is the limit a '
person side are sending for the Year ,
Agriculture advises the observance of
1 Rapid strides have been made in the no adulterants useless fillers- can own in any-seriea that it took i \,
Book.
Improvement of Florida livestock during these points: no impurities-no injurious proper too long to paste the! stamps on the I II ..
the past few years. The prospects Set the tree in the ground at the : ties of any sort. It is composed of the certificates, and that it was a very Would you like one ? Merely mail
are good for still greater advancementin same depth or slightly above that at highest grade materials jtrocurable. disagreeable task: To obviate this, J
the next few years. which it stood in the woods or the So proportioned and blended they remain Government has issued a stamp your name and address to the Chicago ;

,ti Within the past two or three weeksat nursery row. Use your hands for pure. Another poi-it which shows Hat Is worth $1,000' at maturity, value office and the book will come to you.
least two records have been broken, spreading the roots out carefully and that Calumet is way beyond the mea and a stamp worth $100 also has ll l
as follows: Fifty head of Hereford packing the soil around them. Place sure of merit required by law, is thatit been issued.

r cattle sold at auction in Nebraska by them in their natural position as near- I stays pure in the baking. It leavesno These stamps can be secured justas Address
ly as possible. After about three- harmful residue, alt do many I
t Monsel Bros. for $192,250 or an average powders the War Savings Stamps are secured -
t'1 of $3,845 per head. In this sale I fourths of the soil has been replaced, I that comply with the pure food now by transferring Thrift Swift & CompanyUnion
one of the bulls sold for $21,000, an- firm the soil with the feet. Pour in i standard. The bakings produced with Stamps. Five Dollar) War Savings
5i
plenty of water to help settle the soil 'Calumet Baking Powder are not only Stock Yards
] other for $11,500. The top price for I Certificates can be exchanged for a Chicago
the cows was $7,200. after the packing ig done thoroughly. 'I light, fluffy and tasty, but wholesomeand $100 War Savings Certificate Stamp,
As soon as the water has disappeared, healthful which really ia the final -
When will Florida farmers be producing of if desired, a $1,000 War Savings
cattle of this class? Prof. J. complete the filling about the tree, still test of any Baking Powder's pur- Certificate can be had for $5.00 War
d packing the soil with the feet, and ity. The high, way-above-the-law excellence -
M. Scott of the Experiment Station, Savings Stamps, as no doubt all those .
y answers this question by saying that then leave oft, If the weather is very of Calumet, represents purity who own $1,000 worth of War Sayings -
not until our cattle are tick free and I dry, banking about the tree with dry in the extreme and that is what Stamps would prefer to have
7 our farmers learn to supply our cattle soil may be advisable. the wise housewife now demands. Sheno them in one stamp, and will make
7 with more and better feed. Plenty of longer wants a Baking Powder the exchange in accordance with the'reaaury
q' good feed goes a long way toward CLUB BOYS PREPARING FOR that is good enough to get by the Regulations.
cattle. : RECORD YIELDS THIS YEAR law-she wants the best. .
making good

Another record that is: wcrthy of Don't forget the home garden. Planto ,
v ) County Agent Ogelsby, of Santa According to Prof. P. H. Rolfs, director - iI'
j. mention is that of a HoUtein-Friesian grow all the vegetables that will be ,;
Rosa county, advises that the club of the Experiment Station, everybody -
the A. W. needed family.
by
cow in California, owned by your
'I Morris Corporation. This cow in one work interest is very encouraging in in the state should drink at EYES SCIENTIFICALLY EXAMINED t ,

!I, year produced 33,424.8 pounds of milk that county. Several new clubs have : least one glass of milk a day and have We employ a Specialist (Registered Physician) to make examination of
been organized, and new mem- your I';
many for child in the family.
milk and 105e a quart every
16 tons of ,
; "A or over H bers added to the old clubs. Mr. Ogels :, TO eyes and fit your glasses without extra cost to you-
butter fat. She averaged 42 S-
pounds
y t,n f quarts of milk per day for the entire by save has made the pig a deal club whereby members he la some ableto Good seed and a well made seedbedare BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED .

c year. Just stop and estimate the val half the secrets of your neighbor's Glasses $5.00 and up. Satisfaction Guaranteed
on the pigs they want to pur-
,} ue of this amount of milk if slod at 15Lp money bumper crops last year. Try it on '
chase. Through his efforts the man- CRYSTAL OPTICAL COMPANY
this
cents per quart. your own farm year.Women THEPUBLIC
farm offered
ager of the Munson some FLORIDA OFFICES
A Prof. Scott says dairying will be a fine pigs at a special price to the wiem- SUITE 57.58 MUTUAL LIFE BLOC. I

I :'Q' profitable industry in Florida when we bersbers if as many as 40 were boughtat 23 MAIN STREET
\ have good producing cows, but when one time.Hamilton. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
i
the average dairy cow produces only Write for Free Booklet on Eye Strain
is trying to
\ county .
,I : 165 gallons in a year, dairying will supply
its own boys with club pigs this
J not be a profitable. Florida needs I -- I,
-
These pigs are expected to be -' "
would be
more dairy cows that will produce year. We do not believe it possible ,\
1Ift second to none. for to bottle and sell ONE HUN
r J.':,!.. from 600 to 800 gallons a year. When us '
Several of the club boys of Clay rri mere ta a...... bauttrmt DRED AND FIFTY GALLONS of No. i FARMING
of this IMPLEMENTS
I we get more cows capacity county are going$ after the record acre wemea. from 101 Tonic per day if it was not an effective I & SUPPLIES.
there will be fewer tin can dairies in :
ofPublic.
)('rI. W. T. Fria treatment for influenza.
' o Florida, and the coming generation of this year.much They are going to see mere Just of IV.r "I .t.IweJI .. A man who works a large force of I Avery, Improved Oliver and Brinkley Plows. Alto i
i how on
they can an
fed and will develop grow with alafnlI ... '
I boys will be better I office several for these
men came to our days extra repairs plows.
of land from January to January.The :
i into stronger men and women. I II she Y11*" I pt iowa ago and told us he had twenty-five men
pig club work is on the boomin with a weakn.a I. 11I1' taken with this malady in one day. Dixie Plows, Georgia Ratchet Plows, repairs, extra

CATTLE MAKE GOOD GAINS Duval county. Mr. A. Thetford, as- back ant limbs.and diseouragd.I .. He immediately distributed an ample handles and beams. l
s DURING BEEF FEEDING TEST sistant county agent, is giving* muchof felt bet/lea bad about supply of No. 101 Tonic among them
his time to the club work. A num- U hopes .r ever and there was not a fatality in the I Riding, Spring Tooth Shovel, Peg Tooth and Fowl.

,' A beef feeding drnonstratian Is beIng ber of pure bred pigs have recently tS-JI: NaiL wkea wenty-flve. er Cultivators. Also Weeders, Disc Harrows and '
carried on by William Edwards of been distributed among the pig club 1aBI eC I r: The formula by which this Tonic is Stalk Cutters.

, Zellwood, Fla., co-operating with W. members. made is given to the public, so it can
e II. Black of the U. S. S. A. Bureau of Twenty-five new club members were TakeCARDUI not be listed as a'secret nostrum. It Sweeps, Scooters, Opening Plows, Turn Blades,
Animal Industry and extension division enrolled in Okaloosa countY' last week. contains Iron, which is for the blood; Readymade Heels for Grasshopper.Hames .
the Influenza
which is deadly to
( of the University of Florida. Thir Club members expect to make this a Quinine,
with germ and Magnesia, which thor- Traces, Bridles, Plow Lines Single Trees
ty-four head of common cattle ( record year.Interest the bowels. Sold throughout ,
a little 'infusion of beef blood) are being oughly the opens South by wholesale and retail Collars, 'Collar Pads, Steel and Leather Hamestrings, .

.y used in the experiment. The feed in poultry Is Increasing in druggists and drug dealers. Padded and Old Style Back Bands.
b consists of corn silage, cotton seed I Florida. Some of the rural schools are
meal and peavine hay. having regular lessons in poultry work The G. B. Williams Co. Hoes of All Kinds, Shovels, Pitchforks, Rakes. A

s The cattle have been in teat about -using poultry bulletins as text books 111 Woman's Tonic Very Large Assortment of Each.

two months, and have made a daily Poultry helps to support the farm and Quitman, Georgia When in Town Farmer's
;' gain of nearly 2.5 pounds. This is an makes better living I began card 1. IB see my Supply' Show \
} exceptionally good gain for this class S short wall I saw a Window. a Display of Farming Goods Only. Ii
of cattls. Tb star marked difference... IlUfi .. ( '
Tan :Weak Grv DeWITT
Your C.
Cold 1h I crew stronger rtitt j i ii Ask JONES tfi"
. .
CONTROL TOMATO DISEASES You must have Health. Strength and Endurance along and It eared me. STARKE, . ... FLORIDA i
to fliht Colds.Grip and InUueoxa.Wbta I am stouter than "I For ,
blood U not In a healthy have beea la years. ,
Precautions Must Begin Before Plant. your .
\ If yon suffer, yon can. -- -- -- ,
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and does not circulate properly.yoqir '
and Continue All Season condition -- f I'DON'T
ing what It
appreciate CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES
15 unable to withstand &beWinter THE CAPTAINETTES
intern YOU
FORGET IT
.
and
cold.GROVE'S. means to be strong I,
Knowledge of precautionary measures well. Thousands of women Bear in mind that Chamberlain's r
to avoid crop diseases is highly TASTELESS ChM TONIC PiiR give Cafdul the> 11 Hodge: Do you favor uniform divorce Tablets not only move the bowels butimprove rt'.1. ,
: I
fortifies the System Against Cold. GrIp rood
credit for their
!!l tomato Toma- laws? the
: important to growers. appetite and strengthenthe
and
Enriching
and Influenza by Purifying health. It should help
toes are subject to many diseases, any the Blood. you. Try Cardnl. At titfldrog Podge: Lea, I think some of the digestion. They contain no pepsinor
of which may be sufficiently serious the well-known tonic other digestive ferment but
one It contains properties >;IIt& &-7! ones the women are wearing these
to ruin the entire crop, or at least of Quinine and Iron In a form strengthen the stomach and enable It
'; to preclude the possibility of making$ acceptable to the most delicate stomach Best By Every Test days ought to be good grounds for di- to perform its functions naturally. t
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a profit on the season's work. These and Is pleasant to take. You can soon feel .') vorce.-Cartoons Magazine. .
C. D. lu Strengthening.Invigorates1 Effect Me.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + e 'Ill-rein. ..., o|..pi..lte the ..m.. toivthcr-with the .;
+ LEGAL NOTICES* "i coat of Much mle, and ailvertlnlnir

BERRY SHRUB THE LITTLE SHOEBy THE APPLICANTBy AN HONEST MANBy + + + + . + * + + + + + iHnrrlinion and r:....( Half of I..nd-Th.of Northunit Northrait Quarter Quartvr and-

South Hall am. 22. '!'p. 7, Kann. 22 Ace...
:Notice' of Guardian Sale Ma <>,,''''''. I'aul Uroa. -Ta>ra and Co."' .
+OQ+0. I JACK LAWTON. AGNES O. BROGAN. H. FIELDING. Notice Is hereby given that thirty taele. B. M. nOWLIVO.
I.U-M.:
Tax .
Collector.MARTf
days after date hereof on to-wit tho
By FRANCES LINSKY.
I-j- - 21th day of February, 1910!) I, the un. :ITS BALE
Copyright; lyieY..(.... '*wpaper ba& ",. I Coprrlght, 1.18. Weatern N.w.p.p.r Ualou.) : tcopyrlgbc, Ivll. Waaiara Nawayapar union) rsiRned as guardian for James Was- hereby notice I. alvn that under and by

Billy picked It up on his way home "You and Aunt Matilda might go out :. George was a thief nt 2 o'clock In din, Oscar Wusdm anti Mary Jane virtue of made that and oertaln entered final by decree th. lion of J.forrliwure T..*-

(Copyright 1118. by the McClure New.pape. from the theater. lie had been about' and attend to the matter," Ben suggested I. the afternoon. Half an hour earlier Wnsilin minor heirs of John R. Was- Will.. Jude of the Circuit: Court of llra.iford.

Syndicate) to cross the road In order to ball a II I "I'm going to be awfully busy, I.I he had been merely an Imprudent din and Nancy Wasdm, deceased' will Countgt Ath.elorida.19111.; In In favor chancery of C alttlnr.M Thllllpa on January M

It was a typical summer hotel ve taxi when he noticed a dark object I and can't spare the time. Benson the I I young man who had neglected a matter apply to the Honorable Ceo. A. Gar complainant and aiiainat J. C. Barry, L. O. j

randa. At least so thought a perspiring I half burled In the snow at his feet I(I agent says that the house 18 In good of $:::6 I borrowed by him from diner County Judge of Bradford .Barry and... 8 K.|>Mlai C Miller Maatcr, defendantn will offer. the for underlunral sale!. 1

and very much disgusted young Billy's honest face wrinkled In perplex I I condition and the change to country "cash." County Fla., for an order to sell at and will ell near Nw River Florida, where

man who looked up at it from the bot ity as he turned the thing over In hit air might do you both good. All you If his account had been turned over private sale the one-fourth undivided the property. hereinafter deaenbwd la located
iturinir th leiral hour of sale,
tom of the somewhat steep and very hand to him it looked like a child's I will have to do Is to look over carefully to anybody else but William the mat interest each of said! minors in the 8rd day of March A. D lltlO on to Monday the highest the

dusty hilL bed-room shoe. What else but a bedroom the applicants who come la response to ter might not appear so black but following dl'scribelilands lying and being and .beat. bidder for ...h. the followinc ,.dcicrthl -

"An Adamless Eden, 111 warrant. shoe would be lined with quilted my advertisement Ooorge had been promoted over Wil in Bradford county Fla., to-wit: l property. manufactured to-wit. One by law the mill raruqhar boiler Ma andengine

he muttered. satin, and furred around the top? "If we are to make a success of oar liams' head ; the matter would go North Half of Southeast Quarter of chine Work.. Also one enaln. on. Dollar on.

Brown as a young Indian from "What" muttered Bill "would kid legacy farm' during the coming summer straight to the supreme bead of every Southeast Quarter also one acre in two circular atav taw daw, one, belllnir ehlniil'and machine all other. one machinery ......r..

weeks of outdoor camp life and covered be doing out in the street In a bedroom a good farmer must be put la thing. Northeast cor of Southwest Quarterof and flI"ll1m..n.o..n"led with that certainaw

with dust and perspiration, certainly I!I slipper. He passed the questionover charge now. One with a housekeeping Even now If he could borrow the Southeast Quarter and Southeast. and. .located mill formerly. near New operated River by Florida 1.. O. Harry.

no one would have recognized ; to the taxi driver. wife would of coarse be preferable $23-but be bad tried all his friends Quarter of Southwest Quarter, see 17, J. C. I'OI'I'FLL

in this very bedraggled young man I I "That there's a woman's carriage Man, or man and wife,' I worded the In the omce and It would not "be easy Tp. 7, R. 21 E., containing; in all 21 1-fll-M Special Muter In Chancery.

Max Harding whose aristocratic moth. boot," the man explained. ed. If you can't find a suitable couple, to get out. Yet It must be done ; the acres more or less. ORDER OF. Pimi.ICATION ,I {

er was a guest at the hotel on the Billy was not offended. lie was glad however, and a promising single men alternative was criminal prosecution January 23, 1919.J. In Circuit Court for Ilradford County, Florida .

hilL 1 1 I appears-take him. He can shift for sheer ruin.George A. J. McKINNEY, JR. In Chanrory.
to find talk to. New York
someone to Sterling 8 1'rco' et al.
Scowling fiercely he dragged; his bad given a cold welcome to this big himself. Your judgment Is better laid his hand upon the lid of 21-5t.. Guardian. V. I I

heavy suitcase up the path only to be I free-hearted son of the West. Upon the than mine, 8(9( ," ha ended plncatlngly. his desk to puU It down. With or Notice Will Trio.. M al. Illll\ for rartlllim.

met at the vernnda steps by a pom train coming he had noticed the dif '1 hate to go out to that forsaken without IIn excuse, he must go out and Ti Will Prloo and hla wit.. Morin I'rlpiMtiiiitii -,
pous-looking Individual who effectually place," Nancy grumbled, "especiallynow find that money. Six: months after date hereof I will (iiHirKiu ; F::11 I'rltt. Hlppnn" (,.yrgaI. I
ference. \oiuhors nail finnl Inn .l'ilo. Hippi. tfoiiria; . ; rlhtl: I'rint.'
barred his further progress I.| In Billy's home town spoke when there are so many things Just in he arose from his seat a present my accountto Illpinn lienrida. : .1'iarl. I'rlri. I'HIM"'n r.eorHiu ; -
"Ciin't come up the front way fel- everyone 'I to do In town. But when did I ever hand was laid upon his arm and he the Iton Coo A. Gardiner, County diortltt: L Wlllliiiiia,\. Mclliinoiiich. I;....
to everyone else. Ills car companions Judge of Itriidfoul Mill Mny 'llel' ''to Wllliiuna. Miiciin. Omruial '
leh said the one. I I KenT If Aunt MntlUIn can be lion the soft.footed \ County, Fin, 81ltln..k
pompous had turned up their collars at hU approach fall you turned to face Old 'Murii Oupn-e, Mellmiiiutih. l.enrirln: : CarrlaInipm ,! h
'1 "What the dcv-," end then as the I persuaded" messenger mysterious as a demon of for my final 1 IIilt'hllrltl1 n* administrator '. McDonniitlh, i-orula ; Cltnunllntt 1>"|- '' 4

full significance of the servant's remark within and them.unsociably Billy was lost very their lonely.faces i "Aunt :Matilda H always glad to help K.isuin. tuh"ho did the will of thesuprcne of tho estuto. of Roderick Baker row McDnnointh.. 71.'IMrulrx l CJeorijIa h. liiomla; l.la. lit'II. I>"ln'.... ,

struck him. Max Harding burst It would others that Indy answered, severely, I ? head of the entnbllshmeut. dorcasod.This It hpptarlnic from thn auorn. Itlll of cumplnint .
lie discouraged. Perhaps
was
I 21th day of January 1910. In Inn nhoMi entitled' tint th.
coupe
Into a laugh. have been better to have stayed and and the brother-ln-nd of the family "Mr. llurrlmun mints to see you nhoie nntuiMl ri-nilnntH. rai-h am nun-rexl-
J. H
"Maybe I cnn snenk in through; the spent his pile In the place where he bad i rollevedly turned to depart., said tills s"\V "tlio-rlng. HITCH drub of the Slate of Hnrliln and that therpauipuce
1-21-fimo. Admni'trntor. .. .
of well .rh. odd lor'nl..n' In
I, kitchen and get washed up before I made it ; he was very sorry that "Ily the wny," he called back "don'tfall "I wonder If there Is anything In .,. ittnlil, n'apecliveiy..nd| ) that ,the ashrrehdwfo

greet the mater," he thought. "If she the age limit prevented him from going to sell any of the old stuff In tho making a clean breast of It?" ho sold :Notice' age nf nrh of the mid. .) d'frndnnb IH over thiiauc

ever catches me looking like thls- to war there one might find comradesand house, If you have a cliuucc." to himself as ho walked toward llnr- Six month after date hereof I will liirtli.of tutnty-onw I'''..".... tlinu-nllnu.Y."... except Puime Marie and DuprM. I Moo.

Hello whew-ew-ew," and he whistled sympathetic understanding. Even "Just like n man," Nancy smiled rlnmiis' 1"11011i\ ; and then ho remembered present! my \ouchrrs and final accountto IVIh. r>tiini.. each ..f whom U under the nun
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softly for n remarkably pretty the home town had failed him In that. "how or to wham could I sell old fur \\ hn t huil happened to a certain the Hon. Coo A. Gardiner County i f.I.Iwinlyimr h...rrin*, It Yearn la .ordered that each of the l

girl sat directly In front of the kitchen The other boys hud all married, while nlturo In that wilderness?" young luau who hud done that very Judgo of Bradford, County Tin, and, Rail ilrfi'mlanla ilo appttir' tn the hill of eiintPlalnt j' ;
door shelling pens-thus once of Ills thing. It seemed that the floor was II Uui heroin or or hifnro Miinihtv. the i
Bill was absorbed> In the success The prospect of a stay In the country ask for my final discharge as admin, ;tel day of Mnivh. 11110, and that thla onlnr b*
more blocking his progress fortune. Now they were satisfied In place was not an discouraging as It no longer 011 n level and he Raw four istratrix of the estate of J. n. Barton IMihlMluil onira.. w...ek fay four eonavcutiv

1 "Have you a moment to spare" he their homes and he was left outside. had seemed Aunt Mntlldu settled knobs on llnrrlman's door as he deceased.! win.k In ,thn Itra
it e' asked removing his hot and speaking But then there hnd never been a girl back comfortably In a rocker before stretched his hand to open 1C This 21th tiny of January 1019. | r County of .HI oral. tlorlilaWllniim clrrulatlun,' ptihlimiLi) InKrnilrnril

In his most engaging manner. to hold his fancy Bill couldn't tell the lire which early spring time madaI There u us n flat-topped desk as large EVELINA BARTON, I I!,.. Ifonnrahlu J. T. Wlll. theJtliluc

"I nm sorry but I haven't" sold why perhaps because' hud continuedIn I necessary! while Nancy opened the I, us a diriiior table In the middle of tho )-. 1-fmo. Adminislratix.M linnil, and of the iilTUilul' miiil.Circuit,.ill an thi Court<..lirk.. of will the art Haul my,

q the young woman very promptly tho hope of finding one like hismother. ': long unused piano. The harmony room uud nt tho o]'()OlIlle ldo> of It eatIlurriman. I (otirt.. I bin HID Jrtlh day of January. I'M'.I
glancing from her work. his : 'rn h: ro 1F11: roar AMI CREDl: rose W. 1'1 \\I.J.KII.'\ : ;
scarcely up been such tenderfaithful Ills smaller
had .
!She: n which her fingers. drew from the yellow eyes All Pennon In'.I..1. l I "Oh. ho." thought he, "not much enthusiasm crenture. Hill couldn't thinkof i.I I keys was interrupted by a loud ringing liunu was larger: Ms chin was fatter I*. \Mhmn. Into of Krniirnnl ('..lInt,. I..lorl.luilirrimiit . llrnilforil. ( ounly' Moriiln.

here. May I show you some her yet without n lump In his throat of the white handled doorbell, and, and his coloring was a brighter red are niiilml lu |my Ihilr ..lil .fakir 'Ky R. A. Wr:*;KS.: {;
I forthwith unit nil I-II: -HI'. Uiuity Cl,rk.
IHTBI.HH Loving el lmnunlnm
of my wares? with nn expressive -yes, the girls he had met were dlffc>r- I the girl' hastened to rehpnnd. A tall than ever before In George's recollection II he ...101 ,.nil( > mrv iiiraliil to finninl !

4 glance in the direction of the suit. ent. So he sat In the taxi looking down | heavily cloaked figure stand before her of him. them. duly ntithoiitlrnliil within non year NOTU: w

case. the little shoe and wondering what his dnrlc hair In the lUun'sIIrl'HI'lIe" from ?Ihn, ilntc i>r Ihi-y will lin' fnr'vrr, harm. In County Jmlue Court llrailforil. County,
on In the doorway runipllntf GOOIKO hint been great ThU 2;Ih tiny if ",*,,mlti 1 "You may not." said the young worn. to do with It. I the man snatched off his cap In greet- oftener., durluic the past your Mill Jl:SS1H A. WILSON IN Kl FL; : tSTAin: OF t/2/

s' nn. Just ns promptly us before. "l'ut on ad In the paper," suggestedthe ,.Ing. tliiiii any other minor employee. In tho Pxrculrli".."..'I.of Fnlnlv: or Dr II "I'. WltannIn. J. M. .',,'.h. 0,1.

"Well, do you mind if I sit down on still grinning chauffeur. "You'llfind imilii ndlit' Ice win on object of envy -_ 12-87- M. J. n""l'Il. Ailmlnlatralnr of II.
"I came about the advertisement, ---- lalatu: of J. M. Kutch. llip''ninilI'vlltlonir.I.
the Inwn a minute?" he hazarded for your Cinderella iulcker." he answered. on that account The Idea of nppour- OKOFIC 111' PI'III 1TATION e/
,,
In Cltrultmr1. Hlnlo t l'inrhht.I FlulilhJuilirlnl : .
his third venture."I The thing really might be valuable "Come In," Nancy Invited ; eho pushed lug lufuro, this 11111 u alt a thief was a ,. (Circuit IIr..tr".d ('.."nt,. In Clmnri r ..<* roll V9hu..n. .,Ii mill J. I*'. I Pm. It. heirs

do not." again responded the "fair so Billy Inserted his ad. Brief It wax. : forth a chair thing to die of. ryAlum of .1. IM. Kulrh. ..........,.,1. ami all It tier .
of the taking him In with boot found McMIHnn 1'vnona lnltnilii| In the Rntat, of
peas "Woman's carriage on ,
lady "Lame. mild Iliirrlman, 'Tin going
(mnplnlnnnt.
I The mnn'a eyes brightened !In evident nail J. M. 1."leh. Lfeerainl.
one all-appraising glance.So Broadway. Apply. to 'Western' Newspaper : admiration nt sight of her to give! Jon a tliunro. A s' McM.llun v. I DifunilnnlaCITATION .

Max sat down on the little plot Offlce. George's bruin made WO rapid revolution" (
| "About the advertisement she mur- I.rund..nl.II I O I hi OItkNOF: : HI l IllI .AND J I. Ml"I (11
of grass In front of the house andi Then because Billy was so very lone- i Inured considering. "Are In his hcnd. HI'p"'iirlnir hy .niriiliivll appended" \ to llur t bill 111':1:ItS IIIJ. M l-tlllll niXH' : \Srlt.: p'
bock against the build you mur- Uliil, in the nliovi' ..tnUMl 1 .n',.. that A. H MoI AND All, TIIFII( 1' :rI'lONH I IN'nitM'I :
leaned his head : ly In the strange city, and because the : "Ninety nine clerks In a hundred M Hun, t thi itifimliint
rled? 'thfivln runnel. I.I I.
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i -: I.n: IN .IU I |: KMIAIIOK: ' : SMIJ J.
ing and closed his eyes. chauffeur hUll put the thought Intofhls The applicant stared. lpWTiy Itarrlmun continued, "will always bo niinnnlilint thin. Htm of HorUuunit M Illlrll" 1)l h:('I.AML11, lltr;KTINO : p
"Poor fellow thought the girl her head he dreamed a dream about a I no- dirks. I believe that you are the the I ntililinte !I. unknown brine, over thifnx TAKE N'JI'IChh"l: H J Fun' 1110. ... ailmlniHtralor ....
ho began.I < of Iw..nty.nn. Yvan : It In thi.n-foro or- it .. .
the hate of J M. rilloh ili-craiuiil.
sympathy aroused at last "he must possible Cinderella. Wealthy, she hundredth man. You've bun handling ill.rt>il that mint n..n..II..nd..r.nh.nt, I IH
"Well It Isn't essential! I Nancy<< said, and l him thla day. sled in the above.. .nail dud ....... .I.
be pretty tired. I'm afraid I was might be, to wear a boot like that but I some correspondence with our sfgents hn In hiriby miuind. Ut .1.I IWHII to the hill ofromplMlnt and court a pntlllon, the .IoJ..ol of whlrh la ,
"that is If able to do own Illml, In Riiiil. OIIIIM. on or twforv MonilHy. .
you are your aril ,
Well he looks | to Iho NiirthwMit Quarter of the Northraat
with him. then his wealth might match hers. -under direction and have
rather sharp own my you the 7th tiny of April, A. I). lultt/ othnrwl -
1 dark enough for one of those Syrian And if she would only be kind-Billy's I i cooking and washing up. Can you' shown a comprehension of the subject .. the illrKatlonn of inlet. bill will b* taken Ihr Nnrlhi-ant roamed Quarter anil the of Hiiuthvaat Bnollon flj.Quarter In Township of I

? but he certainly -: tor i, The man blinked. "The advertise' dint think HM oonfifmnl hy ...10' d<>f.mUnt. 4. H It.1: East Containing HU .
Z or Armenian peddlers dream had taken beauty granted. has made me well of you. It !I.. 7urthir 0..1. that Inla orfltp be publlnhp aorx.innr I
doesn't talk like one. I'll Just : Well he had a record to show back menahe started, but again the girl George merely bowed. He could not <.l one N week for oltrht .n.\lv. wtvka the *Pant or. lean alila, of lai the a atrip Hiiuthrant BO feel Quarter wide, aoniaa In lha ;
I
run in end get him a glass of raspberry there In the home town of which no Interrupted. speak olrtud. AU his faculty of language In the llradfortl. County'.. Ivlvurniih. a nvwipa* rounty of Itrailfaril Htal. of Klorhla. to pay yY.
uhll h il In .
pelt ( ,
l pcr i> > .nl and HUil
shrub. It'll cool him off before man need be ashamed. I "Have yon a reference1' she rner> was occupied In Interior, soundJMB Thin January 2Hth, 1VI1I .ilrbta due by the sail J, M. Puleh. ilneraaoil.aid l .
prurwrty having been ownml hy h'm' In
he goes." The answer came abruptly. "Will !i led.I cursing at himself for his Incredible W T WEEKS. hla life time, and\ then nut being aulTlelvnkl .

She was back In a moment with a finder return boot to suite C, White- I The applllcant stood up and smiled. folly. (R.Irrk A.rirrult WKKKSSolicitor : Court. >...." .' property, to pay add debt. . It la
I Onl .il. 10..10.. ftnilanta. ,
therefore and
r
glees of delicious looking liquid and stone Apartments where be will be "Your brother sent me out." he aald. "Our man Bobbins, In Johnstown.' (Seal) 1"1'.1" CI..k. all other pnniona. lntrmt. l In10.. eatata of
.
tapping the young man on the shoulder rewarded for his trouble !I" The note May I use the 'phone a moment Ilirrtman proceeded "has been having J. ); FUTCIL for ComplalnanU 1-al.Ht aid J. M Futch. if..*........ appar to the pet!.

she offered It to him. was signed Myra Burrows. | Ben had sent him. In relief Nancyled trouble as you know" linn March flier A.herein l>. '10111 on or and before how the.."ted... lay If any of

"Here, drink this," she said. Tm Bill felt the excitement of a youth the way to the telephone. Lie paused and In the Interval the NOTICE Or. ELECTION they have, why old' petition should' not be

sorry I couldn't stop to look at your going to his first party as he sUjtped I "This Is Barclay" spoke the man' effort of remembering who Robbins Dy the pow. vested In them by the School ranted aa, olhrrwlaa In ...... of tha defauluIt ....II.. will be proceededwith .

wares. Have you made many sales Into his faultless overcoat and hastened voice. "The young lady out here wants wan, cleared George's mind. ,..w. or the 8Ut' of Florida, ... the Hoard of I. further ordered, that a copy of thl.
I'uhlld Iniilriictlon nf Ilrndforll
I County hi> >hyonion
today?" to Riverside Drive. Unconsciously i "Robbing 1 In Dot the man for the rt order. he piihllahetl for four .iieoiM .lva ....k.
I to be sure I am all right I will you tell an rlrctlnn to h* held In Hpiclal. School .
"No. not one" answered Max quite he was a believer In "fate." Wasn'tthere : her." place ha Bald. "lie dotxn't seem to Tax ,,1.1.1.N.... I. Thi-mim. on Halurday.' preceding. In lied the Bradford Hale, named ounly heruln Telegraph for appearaneo. a

truthfully and he swallowed the refreshing after all, destiny In that little "Sure" came bark Dan's familiar know, what ho Is there fur" (IhrtN February, IrunlnK Hilt, I'MI and. for to thw di-Urmln pi;rimiiff. the of rlettlnir amountof : new.pat"r' published at 8tarka In said county

drink with genuine apprecia I shoe lying directly in hk path lie Harriman shipped the desk gently miltnu to be aiuiMapdror and HI..I. once a wept
l.mn and orlered this the lath day of January
Then with many thanks he the modern Cinderella tone.Nancy the purpo of hnldlnif the laid eli*.,-
tion. I wished that with his fat Imnd. A. 11. 10III.
tlon the following
took the Instrument into her manatceni hav Urea appoinlid -
beat a hnsty retreat around to thee might have dwelt In humble circumstances 1'reclnely," siild he ; "nnd that Is M. Z. Sullivan. n. M. llvnmitt and CM: A.O\RDINFR.

front of house once more. 'I his education had been good, "You}" cnn bank o mnn why I am going to put yon In his 1). W Moor. (*ounty Jutltfo f I".dy.. I..nl .((9.,,t.'")of
seated on briskly sis, IVn assured the. Then T n. PINIIOISTFIIChnlrman : 'lurIIA. r
mother was l
This time his this environmenti shoes." A.
yet was a propitious she led tho way to klMic-n. Konnl. Puhlla 'Inntructlon, llrudford. 1. KINf .
the veranda and she greeted him ef i I for a dream girl of appealing gentleness The! sweat started out suddenly In ,n(y, I*toridaA . I'etltloner I.U-7..
' but he managed to make her "I will need your help! here first" tl.mstEI. : - -
fusively ? the palms of fJturgo's, hands, and lie
' clean she told the engaged: for nil work ; R I'OI'PFLU; 'nn; nisi: coi"'f.ii :
) understand that a bath and some 'I lie was shown Into a luxurious: room man ;. felt at tho some time the scii'satlcm fcull ('o HtiHirintfndeht and 1'1.' .. y. 1*le,At. ;IWICSI.
the two most ...essential and he bild aside his heavy coat coining druggist\ finds. that hit cimtoitiiTM -
,
linen were and found, himself staring stupidly a grip on tlar buck of hit. neck. NOTICE Whl'l I

q things In his life at that particular moment down Into the fretful face of a silver- cheerfully to her ujislKtance! When "You R'IIl leave for JuhiiHtown tonight sly' month aflir dm h...-..' I will ....nt nil "'Hpcak wIl of I certain

f and so he escaped to hU room. I haired woman. "It is my boot young the fire had been attended to, ho busied. ," mild Hiirrlinnn., "Hire la thoor.lt.r my' vouch*.ra and anal( ) account to thi. Ifnnornhli preparntian' lit' rnrl I good Oliliol
,.. .
hour Inter himself with a refractory faucet while 1,1-0: A. ocr. Lnunly Judge of llradronlounly (
nf and
descended about an it wliiMi in ,) of such
He the old 1 sold superseding Huhhlns. You will 11,1
''JI man < lady brusquely."If ( rlorldn' and a k for my lln.l' illn-?
looking very different In his white you have any doubt get down and Nancy began her task of preparing the .draw the slime salary' mind get the HomooiiiinlsNtnnn plmrKii. a* adminlKtralor of the mat of W. II u mi-, alnioMt reitaiu to use it him- '

flannels, and his mother's pride shonein slip It on. Women are not wearingNo. thou evening dark nival. Con tantly fhe felt <' that he does. This? Is arm Un.l.Ph,rhlll.rt the dici-aiivd.Nth dny. nf Auicunl,. IBIH selr and, in his rurally Thii in why so

her eyes as she greeted him. I 3 overboots as a rule these days. eyes upon her thwgh tho 'xrpptlonnl opportunity No man got J. I.. UNllY.Iflll.r.. many drnirtriHtH use arid rerommend
she said "there's the "" mnn remained dl'tI'rl'lIt1nlly( silent. it.\II.Itmo. Admlnlnlrntor ( "humrierl'tin's Cough J. I It).
"And. Max: I will repay your trouble. "such a chance 111 this twice In his life Itemedy. i

t loveliest girl here. I want you to I The Westerner, found his voice."Oh' During the week which followed the time. You. nni"t prove yourself worthy - Nfl, rll r.: .loin.i, I well known druggist\ of atrun

her. Her name Is Anna Cabot. tnnn was tireless In rvlre, even Aunt N.tlr In hinliy xlxin lluil. tin fll"winv, illillMil Ky, Says, "I hove ChamberInin's
and do In
meet "that's all it n hurry.
he protested U"I.t
I no, ,' .. .
If
MatlMa admitted thnt lien had found, html will Mild HI iiiihlic niiclinn on
.
I t; "Now mother he remonstrated."But right"" Ho !Ironed over tho desk and, looked th. I..Imt Monday in Mitnh. I'llll' It ',,',n... th (Tough ICemeily in my faniily
this one Is different u Jewel.Ve may now UMIYO the I tid I dny, if th. miinlh hef"n. thi. f'"urtli'itmtl for the past and hour
:Max dear I "I for tho advertisement enrnoHtly nt n""rgo'110., In- Unit mOo ReV"1 years
Insist paying
\\r upon . .
. place safe In his hands, sho ruld., l laor lit Stark' '. Hi, llrndford County. HlaUi. of
. I But wait-she's promised to sit at least," the woman said But ini; .nt, would him-. ? given his right hunil. I loridii, nr ... mii< h ?thin of KM will |H> n"WMiiry foiiriil, it to lie the l best cough medicine ,

t t' l at our table tonight and you'll see for sharply and pressed a bell at her Hide to Nancy the thought of returning to ho, an honest foul ,to tiny thi. Minount dm fi,.r t...x of 1(117( I hove I'vei known."-A.lv.At .
I ", to the city home wni far from! ,
;yourself." Then again Billy stared but this time, in>ltlti<(. She hud not known that "I OTpeit you to crush competition?
)I ,: "Well no sign of your divinity yet not stupidly. Ills keen eyes had taken "lit then'." continued llnrrlmun. "That
springtime In the country could bu so IC} IQ
mother," said Mat: :, some minutes on 'the light o' dreams; A girl had It mad fellow, Wellbr'ink. who l Is running on 1 CJUQUQ/eJQIDQICtCIWWmCtQII1fIIWCfJlmIIWtUt(1ICIO fJtCGal.I
enchanting been she
fun too
; later when they had started their entered. the room In response to the made self confession Independent racket must bo done np. p P
guiltily-teaching
: dinner! perhaps"-hopefully-"she's ring. Her lovely face turned In immediate Mr. I don't carp how you da It, or what l
Itnrtlay to cook. And he hnd heala
changed; her mind.'" attention to the woman's. "Set It CONM. Lay him out We want all Export Trade f
most agreeable So
, "No here she comes" said Mrs.! tie with this man regarding tho return pupil. many tin In,ani| >MH wherever we jfo."
things had been the
pleasant- long 1 1l
t Harding, and straight to their table Ho laiiichiul pleaanntly and George;
of my carriage boot. Murgot MyraBurrows
drives about the place which It bad
I the lady of his afternoon's adventure. tried to Join biro but the thought of
came directed and left the r orn. been her duty to take In his", company Latin America
.
WIlllnmH ri'"triilned his mirth. It was J
;. It was the 'dream girl, who signed a as director. Nancy sighed.I .
I Lifting her eyes to acknowledge the check at the desk the dream girl who I Through the window she noticed l dreadful to think that at the moment What Sells Here Sells There
Into the
, Introduction the color flooded put It Into Billy's hand with a comprehending lien's email I II when he wan about to be trusted with
Into the
girl's face and her eyes asked Innumerable smile. i I car turning : /"" Important a million. the stigma of .
recognized : driveway end In another moment he Manufacturers wishing to market their products in Latin will J
questions as she dUhonexty would l be, placed upon him. America
"You may as well take It, she said bad entered the hU
I "Mrs.: Burrows determined." 1 mom Lifting "Mr. Williams wishes. to see you be benefited by communicating with our Export Bureau We can sell r
I face from his sister's kiss of
him."Do the cook I' greeting, "
know that Katie sir, mild Old) It'n nppcnrlnif suddenly
you And the Westerner New
forgot
:Ben stared the I goods through."ourNativeSales i ,
asked the girl : at "helper's" figure In your
left this afternoon? York's code. lie only knew thnt In a doorway llurrlman noddi-d to O" jrge, who

of Mrs-! Harding some moments later few moments he must leave perhaps ,Ithe was moving/ toward[ the door and then
J "Great
Seoul I Representatives
I Barclay be cried
herself ngaln mild, to the : "All right Til
!.11 when she was I IIi forever the one girl whose eyes shone messenger ;
gasped that lady. I "when did you come out 7" I ,
"Good gracious, see him. .
"Who took her place?" In clear soft as appeal a chlld'B.'I'hoRe whose voice lips had curved the I "lie has been here all the time," Wllllamif. entered hurriedly and and trade connections. Publicity in Iwo hundred Latin American

( "I did." said the girl quietly measuring ; tender ring that Billy loved to bllor. Nancy reminded her brother "I engaged .flirted with surprise at High of I Newspapers and Iwo hundred Salons (Motion Picture Ihealrei) in
him has .
and he been
glances with the young man opposite i ""Who" he asked abruptly "are beautifully. working tieorire. The latter nodded eoirlly."Tiy j I South and Central America, will crY the story of your products straight .

her. the way WIIllnmH he said '
, you? -Worklogj" Ben but Barclay I the Merchants Business Mm Buyers and Consumers of these South

I "Why my dear aren't you clever I I "I am Mrs. Burrows' secretary" the gasped! "there's tW..DI1-tge! dollars. In an envelop to !

exclaimed his mother looking at her girl answered simply. nodded" "A alight. misunderstanding I In my desk yiat I forgot' to turnover I American Countries. I Ij

son with an "I-told-you-so" expression. 1 touched the little be said. "I came liS yon to you. Iii lay It out on your '
: RuefuUy Billy
Just then the waitress' entered the know, to b41y for my mother some of table." j Co-operative Catalogues i
shoe. "I wish that you were Clnde.rolls"
also
that .
dining room with liquid refreshments i he said. Then at her quick abtlque furniture you olvertlswi. IT* passed out leaving Williams )

clinking In a silver pitcher. I' glance ef astonishment Impulsively In tbe paper f and your sister standing with his mouth open and hIs Weiare: assembling our I 1919 catalogue printed in the language of the f

"By-the-way. Miss Cabot. said Max. Billy told the tale of his loneliness of naturally mistook me as an applicant eyes like two glass marbles.To South and Central American Republics / I

"since | understand that yon are "uP'In mother. for the position. It pleasedmy draw bin money from the cannier .
dream like his
such matter.-what drink would the girl so fancy," he paused l. as his eyes eloquently I I to the amount for Williams, interested t ,
And as Margot listened her eyes softened arrange I If write, wire or
cal
cooling sought the gtrl-"to stay-and i'i'I
you recommend as the most Into understanding."Why and to enrspe from the offlre, requiredbut
and refreshing for these hot days, as make good. little tlm,. Export Division
that Is my own story, she "
well as most economical '' "Hut your law office? stammered George hurried home his heart light
said. "alone In New York and friend- ALLIED AMERICA t.
"Why." said the girl daintily raising Ben. till mind fall of plans for the ruin of TIN.
less. "Law and business. murmured Barclay
he raised his, "whyerraspberry WeUbrook.
her glass as i the Westerner bent I BLOCK
Eager overher. ASHLAND CHICAGO U. S. A.
shrub." "Then sometime he "what are they to the one spring :I "How pleased father will be" he I
begged.
their time of life !" And In sudden undur- !
And over their glasses eyes paid again nnd again. "Thank heaven

met In a look of complete under. "when you've learned "more about me, standing Nancy raised her face to his rut I go home to him this day an hoes 'IClmaxCIC( 1ltfDaltDpOJp0g1 cQaa'WJa
standing. ,you-will let me come? I' and smiled 'I







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,. : PAGE SIX:.: BRADFORD COUNTY TELL: CtAPU, STARK FLORIDA }FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1919.

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LIBERTY LOAN AND STAMP: I I _ ': _ _ _
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I.t DRIVE I.V-: JOINT="/ BASISIt ; ",
Bradford County Farmers -- II

bus been definitely; decided by ,
the Treasury Department that tHe
d i Fifth Liberty Loan the Saw i
and : War
":. j PNKUMOM="/ \ IN: YOUNG: PIGS SherbakofT at tIe University of Florida FLOKIOA'S. SOIL.BUILttl.VG:' 13 Dollars
injrs Stamp quotas for 1919 will be'
; ___
r r. + experiment station should be observed PLANTS: THE MOST VALUABLE
apportioned
on a joint basis. In other
'
l.
Young pigs i are especially!! : prone to by all growers:
,
words
i' q 11 1 inflammation of the lungs during winter Use the best seed obtainable; free Florida' is especially adapted to the for Liberty that the Bonds county will quota] be assigned the i

&' soya John Spencer, veterinarian at from disease If f>iwnible. growth of the noil-building I IcgumfIKIUH amount of War Savings Stamps plus which 13 CentsWhen
1' l the College of Agriculture. This i+ Choose a srt'd-heil soil nut previously plants-cowpeas, soybeans, h'gI the
Kit\
county failed to sell of its
'
out
,: I due chiefly to the pig* lying on the used for growing tomatoes or related trarweed, velvet beans, peanuts, etc. I assigned I'
quota to the time of the
i'i d.unp ground luring cold' oust winds. crops; or, better still, a soil' sterilis I These' products furnish food for nu n, .bond campaign.This up
)\: and l cast rain stOI ms. The attack usUally -'- ed with steam or formalin. ummnl.s and the land. There are nu<.:ny I Swift & Companypaid

.:' 1 }i comes on suddenly, the pigs eat Spray plants in the seed bed and in varieties of: these important plants, means that Liberty loan or say-13 dollars per hun-
1 1 sparingly if at all, l reathing becomes the field! with a good fungicide,. such some of tnrm heavy yier.ti>rs of vines; Krani/cution cart lessen their Liberty ,
1 difficult and If the pigs exercise there I as bordeaux mixture. Apply thoroughly for fodder and needs for food, lays the Hand champaign By a ,.istinfr from now dredweight for live beef cattle

("1 I is a wheezing cough present. The back about every tan days. For State Marketing Bureau. TIle beggar' until April in thR'selting,: of War Sar- last the profit was only
I dr I ;I is arched, and the pigs fail in flesh spraying in the seed bed use the 3-4 weed ia a native plant; makes two lags Stamps, for all surplus of War j year,
!J," rapidly. Mortality is very high. CD( bordeaux formula, increasing the crops a year, and is a fine food for Savings tales over the assigned quota 13 cents!! In other words, if we

':: In the treatment of this condition strength to 4-4-50 or G-5-GO: for Hold stock. The velvet bean, with its fur the county, wrll be deducted from had paid $13.13 we would have
I hood sanitation is all important. Pro. spruyinfr. The stronger field conern broad, freen l[ eaves is quite ornamental the quota usigned'I" Liberty Bends, ,
,rs t vide the pigs with dry, warm sleeping tration is preferable only in controlling and ran be- used all a climbing vine and vice versa. Follbwirrip is the stite-' made no profit.Or .
1. *' I 'quarters, which are free from drafts. early blight or rust. Spraying in for arbc/rs. It take a long season to ment nude< by Secretary Glass of the
Allow fresh air and sunlight. Give the field. may not be necessary during mature the seed, and Florida ia the Treasury\ Department. relative to l2&ejoint' if we had received a

,,I, 11 easily digested, palatable food, such period of drouth. only state where this is possibf over quotas: quarter of a cent per pound less j
as milk and green fodder. Overcome Keep in check the various insects at its entire area. It produces tt great '".-\'s soon as the amwunt of the Fifth\
constipation by giving small doses of work on the plants. This nray be done amount of fora II!,aud f* a wonderful Liberty Loan has beerr determined ami 1 for dressed beef we would have

fluid extract cascara segrada, five to by adding to every fifty gallons of bordeaux pnrichcr of the toil. The soy lean is subdivided into quotas for each dm- I made no profit.
, ten drops for young 20 to 30 pound mixture a half pint of Black the source of variety of prepared trict theBeveral districts which have I..
pigs. Give a dose at daily intervals Leaf '"ttt" and one pound c/C'zinc ar- foods among the Japanese ands Chi. exceeded the War Saving quotas assigned : - It is doubtful whether
any
until the bowels become normal, but senite er lead arsenate. spraying-, nese. Containing' no starch, the soy them for the rnontinr previous '
,i do not purge. is not practiced dust the plants with bean is meat substitute in the Oriental to th.tf: lIT which the l luau offered wilf i' other business is run on so closea

-- -- a mixture of tobacco dust, xinc arse- dietary to Valancv\ ? starch ire the .' be crediterf with the amount of tho I margin of profit.
> I>fAN TO GROW ALL FEEl I nite or lead arsenate! and l flowers of Vice, so extensively used for food. excess of War Savings.soles, and tu I

TOR LIVESTOCKON="/ TUB FARM sulphur. the Liberty Loan quotas- for the pre- ; This is bringing the producerand iltl
Where plants are likely to suffer by HOL'SEWIVES SEK IMPORTANCE1 vious montfts will be atldt'd1\ the defic '

,. The future of Florida depends to a drouth somo means for irrigating OF PURITVk l.S: FOOD PRODUCTS.r::: iency ire the War Saving! rraota. ; the consumer pretty close Il,

large extent upon the farmers of the should, In provided. If this U: impracticable "Quota for War Sowings should( f j together-which should be the
state. This places a great responsibility plant and cultivate in the It used to be that unscrupfousmanrrfacturerB be distributed by you to'all communities '
% t ''I 1 upon the farmers, and if they are best> way to conserve soil moi<+tnre. Onl' were at liberty_ to foist. within your district., the\ amounts object of any industry turningraw
;' to make good it means that they must low lands, the plants should }Ie rankly adulterated! food stuffs unto to be tfctterrnined' as ny y' seem best material into a useful form.
I$:if make some plans and carry out some Nitrate of soda ia preferable to other the unsuspecting housewife. This production in your judgment after considering,:
( system of cropping for the year 1919. forms of nitrogen (ammonia) for of Jaw grade, frequently the same factors which l Rave determined This remarkable showing is due to 4

I i t The planting season for the spring of fertilizing tomatoes. Avoid a heavy worthless and often injurious; nrerhanrfisc the assignment your entire I enormous volume perfected facilities.
1919! is almost here. application of stable manure. Do not gained such! strtdos that the quota by the Treasury Department.
Prof. J. M. Scott of the Experiment use potassium chloride, nor manure or government Htfeppud in with Pure Food The principle of credit and debit on I: (packing plants strategically located ttl

k' 'Station asks this question: Have you compost containing/ tomato vines. I gisfation ando cheeRed it. This mea Liberty Loan quotas brought about branch houses, refrigerator cars etc.),
r made plans for growing a sufficient Keep the field in a sanitary condi sue cf protection irroused housewives by. over"r under subscnpton of War and an :army of men and women ''

amount of feed and forage to feed all tion. Examine it regularly and remove to the situation and the importance Savings quotas should be- (6y you extended I I chosen and trained to do their special d
I4. of the livestock that is on the farm ? all rotted fruit and sickly plants (rf' utmost purity in articles of table to'' each community to which ,
A great many farmers, he says, fail and destroy them by burning or bury use. And as result: of this awakening Liberty Loan and War Sunrtgrs quotas ,
i to plan ahead far enough to be able ing. If buried, they should be covered wise housewives have set a Irighr are assigned." I work.This and
other of
I points
/ to produce the necessary feed at home with a disinfectant! such as. limut standard of' purity than the Food many
for the stock on the farm. When a Practice crop rotation. THe less of- .,Laws demand: The federal and state GOVERNMENT:' : INCREASING II interest are found in the Swift &:

I large portion of the feed, must be pur. ten tomatoes follow tomatoes or related authorities have cud off to a great extent DKXOMtXATIONS="/ W. S. S. :' Company Year Book for 1919 just

chased, the profits disappear as rapidly crops, the less likely.ia the crop the manufacture of product" ofan 4 Ii j published which is brought out for the
as the feed. Plan the crops this Ito become diseased. injurious nature. The great majority War Savings Stamps in- denominations .1 II
I While the observance of these public as well as for the 25,000 Swift
spring so that you will be sure to havean precautions of housewives have gone even or"$I00( and SlOdO1' are being j jl Il
abundance of feed and forage for will not guarantee a crop free farther and insist on absolute purity. printed by the United States Treasury & Company shareholders. I ,

hl all of the stork on the farm, and perhaps of disease it will go far in that dinec. This is evidenced in the tremendous Department now for sale during I The Year Book also

l have_a little to sell. tion. and ever increasing,: demand for Calumet this year, in addition to the 25 cent represents thepacker's
BakingPowder.. There are many Thrift and $5,00 War Springs Stamps side of the Federal Trade
FLORIDA NEEDS MORE AND SET TREES CAREFULLY 'different brands of Baking Powderson already on sale. Annutrncement of Commission investigation upon which

BETTER DAIRY CATTLE More trees are lost or stunted by the market. All that are on the this was made several days ago. q Congress is asked to base action ,
market
aremade within the 'limitsof Oneof the chief objections to War
1b t Get Rid of Tickand Grow !More Feed improper setting that by placing themin the law' are pure as the raw de i Savings; Stamps durinJ(-1918 was that against the industry. ,',
soil not adapted to their growth.
and Dairying Will Flourish a mands. Calumet Baking,: Powder is when ,
who
The University of Florida College of a person wished to purchase Many have never heard thepacker's "'
r as pure as it can be made. It possesses $1,000 worth which is tile limit
Agriculture advises the observance of a perRon side are for the Year
sending t
Rapid strides have been made in the these no adulterants-no useless fillersno cnn own in anyseries, that it took
improvement of Florida livestock durIng points: impurities-no injurious proper too long to paste the stamps on the
the past few years. The prospectsare Set the tree in the ground at the ties of any sort. It is composed of the certificates and that It was a very j Book.Would like ?
good l for still greater advancementIn same depth or slightly above that at highest grade materials procurable.So disagreeable: task: To obviate this, you one Merely mail
the next few years. which it stood in the woods or the proportioned and blended they remain Government has issued a stamp your name and address to the Chicago

Within the past two or three weeks nursery row. Use your hands for pure. Another port which shows that is worth $1,000' at maturity, value office and the book will come to you.
Z at least two records have been broken, spreading the roots out carefully and that Calumet is way beyond the mea I and a stamp worth $100 also has
as follows: Fifty head of Hereford packing the soil around them. Place sure of merit required by law is thatit I been Issued.
cattle sold at auction in Nebraska by them in their natural position as near stays pure in the baking.\; It leavesno These stamps be Address
can secured
Monsel Bros. for $192,250 or an aver. ly as possible. After about three. harmful residue as do many powders r as the War Savings just
"1 age of $3,845 per head. In this ale fourths of the soil has been replaced, that comply with the pure food now by transferring Stamps are Thrift secured Swift & CompanyUnion
firm the soil with the feet. Pour in
one of the bulls sold for $21,000 another standard. The bakings produced with Stamps. Five Dollar War Savings
"' for $11,500. The top price for I plenty of water to help settle the soil Calumet Baking Powder are not only Certificates can be exchanged for a Stock Yards Chicago
the cows was $7,200. after the packing Is done thoroughly.As light, fluffy and tasty but wholesomeand $100 War Savings Certificate
Stamp,
When will Florida farmers be producing soon as the water has disappeared, healthful which really is the final of if desired ;$1,000 War Savings
I, cattle of this class? Prof. J. complete the filling about the tree, still test of any Baking Powder's pur Certificate can a be had for $3.00 War NCO't

I, M. Scott of the Experiment Station, packing the soil with the feet and ity. The high, way-above-the-law excellence Savings Stamps, as no doubt all those .
answers this question by saying that then leave off. If the weather is very of Calumet, represents purity who own $1.000 worth of War Savings .
not until our cattle are tick free amour dry banking about the tree with dry in the extreme and that is what Stamps would prefer to have

t farmers learn to supply our cattle soil may be advisable.. the wise housewife now demands. She them in one stamp, and will make
v with more and better feed. Plenty of no longer,: wants a Baking Powder the exchange in accordance with the
good feed goes a long way toward CLUB BOYS PREPARING FOR that is good enough to get by the Treasury Regulations.Don't .
maklr.:: good! cattle.'t' RECORD YIELDS THIS YEAR law-she wants the best. .

Another record that Is wcrthy ol .
forget the home garden. Planto
mention is that of a IIolstein-Friestan County Agent Ogelsby of Santa According,: to Prof. P. H. Rolfs, director grow all the vegetables: that will be --- -- --'- -
;
club
Rosa advises that the
cow in California owned by the A. W. county of the Experiment Station, everybody needed by your family.
'd Morris Corporation. This cow in one work interest is very encouraging,: in in the state should drink at EYES SCIENTIFICALLY EXAMINEDWe
f year produced 33,424.8 pounds of milk that county. Several new clubs have least one glass of milk a day and havea
e' been organized, and many new memo employ a Specialist (Regi&ered Physician) to make examination of
or over 16Vitons of milk, and 105< quart for every child in the family. your
pounds butter fat. She averaged 42 bers added to the old clubs. Mr. Ogels S TO eyes and fit your glasses without extra cost to you-
has made he Is ableto
deal
quarts of milk per day for the entire by a whereby Good seed and a well made seedbedare BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED
members
p year. Just stop and estimate the value save the pig club some half the secrets of your neighbor's Glasses .
of this amount of milk if slod at 15 money on the pigs they want to pur. bumper crops last year. Try it on $5.00 and up. Satisfaction Guaranteed
chase. his efforts the '
Through man
cents per quart. your own farm this year. THEPUBLIC CRYSTAL OPTICAL COMPANY
1 ager of the Munson farm offered some
Prof. Scott says dairying will be a FLORIDA OFFICES
fine pigs at a special price to the mem-
9 profitable industry in Florida when we SUITE 57-58 MUTUAL LIFE: BLOC.
a bersbers if as many as 40 were boughtat V
., ? have good producing cows but when one time.Hamilton. 23 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE. FLA. a
the average dairy cow produces only Write for Free Booklet on Ere Strain
Is to
trying
county supply \
165 gallons in a year dairying will .
not be a profitable. Florida needs its own boys with club pigs this ,\,.
W omeal .
year. These pigs are expected to be ---. .
more dairy cows that will produce We do not believe it would be possible ;; -- .
second to none. for to bottle and sell ONE HUN 1
from 600 to 800 gallons a year. Whenwe us
get more cows of this capacity Several of the club boys of' Clay BeN Ja a...... teauthrtBC DRED AND FIFTY GALLONS of No. I FARMING '
there will be fewer tin can dairies in county are going after the record acre woe. from 101 Tonic per day if it was not an effective I IMPLEMENTS & SUPPLIES
)Nna W. T. Prfcs .. for influenza.A .
p ( this year. They are going to see just treatment
Florida and the coming generation of
P Mlle. KJ': "I a.1. Avery Improved Oliver and
boys will be better fed and will devel- how much they can grow on an fccre of teal with ..... man who works a large force of Brinkley Plow.' Also .
Valaful.I men came to our office several days extra repairs for these .
of land from January to January.The plows.
op into stronger men and women. I II she Yrtw-. I get' dews
and told he had twenty-five men
pig club work is on the boomin wltlt a weakueus It mr ago us in Dixie Plows Georgia Ratchet Plows
taken with this malady one day. repairs extra
CATTLE MAKE GOOD GAINS Duval county. Mr. A. Thetford, assistant back and Um1le..1. He immediately distributed an ample handles and beams. ,
DURING BEEF FEEDING TEST county agent, ii giving muchof hU helple.i all4 dlisoarag.d..l supply of No. 101 Tonic among them

-f I his time to the club work. A number U .ea 'tp hopes had er about ever and there was not a fatality in the Riding, Spring Tooth Shovel, Peg Tooth and Fowl.er .

A beef feeding demonstratian is being of pure bred pigs have recently well awls. w 1a1ftfd twentyfive.The Cultivators. Also Weeders Disc Harrows and
iI carried on by William Edwards of been distributed among the pig club a IMtIW I formula by which this Tonic is Stalk Cutters. "
Zellwood Fla., co-operating with W. members. made is given to the public, so it can
H. Black of the U. S. S. A. Bureau of Twenty-five new club members were TakeCARDUI not be listed as a'secret nostrum. It Sweeps, Scooters, Opening Plows, Turn Blades
Animal Industry and extension division enrolled in Okaloosa county* last week. contains Iron which is for the blood; Readymade Heels for ,
of the University of Florida. Thir. Club members expect to make this a Quinine, which is deadly to the influenza Grasshopper.

,; ty-four head of common cattle (with record year. germ and Magnesia Sold, which thoroughly Hames, Traces, Bridles, Plow Lines, Single Trees,
.' a little infusion of beef' blood) are beIng _ opens the bowels. through Collars 'Collar Pads Steel and
Leather
out the South by wholesale and retail Hamestrings,
used in the experiment. The feed Interest in poultry is increasing in
t druggists and drug dealer Padded add Old Style Back Bands.
consists of corn silage cotton seed Florida. Some of the rural schools are

meal and peavine hay. having regular lessons [in poultry work The G. Be Williams Co. Hoes of All Kinds, Shovels, Pitchforks, Rakes. A

The cattle have been in test about -using poultry bulletins as text books'oultry Hi". Wornn's Tonic! Very Large Assortment of Each.
two months, and have made a dally helps to support the farm and Quitman Georgia (
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r gain of nearly 2.5 pounds. This is an makes better living. I began card 1 la When in Town see my Farmer's Supply Show "

exceptionally good gain for this clan 11 a short wMle I saw a Window, a Display of Farming Goods Only. t
of cattle. 1IIe th. Wtataff I. II marked Ulfl ereoe*... i.U .. (" -
Cold Bitter. Than UM Weak lull X grew strooctr right Ask Your, Grv r DeWITT C. JONES ,

CONTROL TOMATO DISEASES Yon must have Health. Strength and Endurance IwI along, and It cared me. STARKE .... .... FLORIDA '
: to fltfnt Colds,Grip and Influent NIVA I am stouter than t For
j in bare bees ia :J......" \
Precaution Must Begin Before Planting When your blood Is not a healthy
and Continue All Season condition: and does not circulate properly. I II If you suffer :yon eau --.- - - - - --- - --- '
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to unable to withstand appreciate what it CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES 1
Jour system THE CAPTAINETTESHodge ="/ "
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YOU FORGET
Winter cold.GROVE'S. mean to be strong and IT I
Knowledge of precautionary measures TASTELESS Chill TONIC welL Thousand of women Bear in mind that Chamberlain's I
to avoid crop diseases is highly give Cafdat the : Do you favor uniform divorce Tablet not only
the
: ; to tomato growers. Toma. Fortifies the System Against Cold Grip credit for their good I move bowel but j
important
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and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching bcalth. It should helpyou. laws? improve the appetite and strengthenthe
toes are subject to many diseases any the Blood.It Try Cartful. At alldrugsista. Podge: Lea I think some of the digestion. They contain no pepsin
one of which may be sufficiently ser- contains the well-known tonic properties &7a or other digestive ferment but I
ious to ruin the entire crop or at leastto of Quinine\ and Iron In a form one* the women are wearing these strengthen the stomach and enable it r
preclude the possibility of makinga acceptable to the most delicate stomach ,Best By Every Test days ought to be good ground for di- to perform its functions naturallyv.
' a profit on the season's work. These and U pleasant to take. You can loon feel o vorce.-Cartoons Magazine. Adv. 1

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FEBRUARY 7, 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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I + + + + + + + + * + + + + + 'herein net opponlte the name tonether with thariwit
4 of Nurh sale and advertUlnir.,
LEGAL NOTICE

THE LITTLE SHOEBy I THE APPLICANT AN HONEST MANBy . . . + + . . p. + + tr l>.and.rri|>Kant ion Half of land of Northeat-Th* Non Quarter beast Qua and.-

Smith II.It. Sea. S2. Tp. 7, lUnia 22. A.,...
Notice of Guardian Sale aft,. Owner I'uul Ilroa -Tmen and Costs,

: : cESLINJ1F II IICop'rl&bt JACK LAWTON. [ By AGNES Q. BROGAN. H. FIELDINQ.iCopyruut. Notice is hereby given thnt thirty 1-1''):6.II.' ", II. M. DOWLINO.Tn Collector..

days after date hereof on to-wit, tho .

Le w 24th day of February, 1919 I, the undersigned MASTER'S!! SALE
(\.o5fr5fl: %. vla. Wvatern .Neweiiapcr Colon.Billy .) I Copyrllhl 1811. Waitera N..p.p.1..10....>)> : mil Wuicra Ix.w.K.i.r union.>)> as guardian for James Was- i Hereby noel. l I. .Iv.n that under and bvirtue '

I picked It up on his way home r I "You and Aunt MatllJn might go out George was a thief at 2 o'clock In din. Oscar Wasdm and Mary Jane of mn
( I)18. by the McClure N wapa- from the theater lie had been aboutto 'and attend to the matter" Ben suggested "- the afternoon. Half an hour earlier Wandin minor heirs of John R. Will. Judir of the Circuit Court of Ilradford

per Syndicate.) I "I'm to be awfully busy he had been merely an Imprudent din and. Nancy Wasdin deceased WilIt-1 Countia Florida. In chancery aittin I ,. on January
cross the road In order to hall a I going 2>th. 1R1I) In favor of C. M. Phillips aa
It was a typical summer hotel ve tail, when he noticed a dark object and can't spare the time. Benson the young man who had neglected a matter apply to the Honorable Geo. A. complainant and ....In.1 J. C. 1lar.". L. G.

randa. At least so thought a perspiring half burled In the snow at his feet. I agent Bays that the house !. In good of $25:: borrowed by him from diner, County Judge of Bradford (Barry and.. S F.|
and very much disgusted young Billy's honest face wrinkled perplex I condition and the change to countryair "cash." County Fla., for an order to sell at and will sell near Nw River. Florida. ..h...

man who looked up at It from the bot. ity as he turned the thing over In his might do you both good. All you If his account had been turned over private sale the one-fourth undivided ,the. propeHy hereinafter deaorlbud !I. loeateil.
turIn the heal! hour of sale' on Monday the
tom of the somewhat iteep and very hand, to him It looked like a child' I will have to do is to look over carefullythe to anybody else but Williams the mat. interest each of said minors in the Snt lay of Marrh. A. I). mill, to the hlitheat,

duty hllL bed-room shoe. What else but a bed- applicants who come la response to ter might not appear so black but following described lands lying and be. and beat bidder' for cant, tha followlnc described -

"An Adamless Eden, 111 warrant," room shoe would be lined with quilt- my advertisement George had been promoted over Wil Ini in Bradford county, Fla., to-wit: rnirine.property manufartured to-wlt. On by saw th* mill taruuhar! boiler Maehln and-

ha mattered. ed satin and furred around the top "If we are to make a rucccss of our liams' heed ; the matter would go North Half of Southeast Quarter of Worka. Also .n. ennln. on. boiler on.
circular saw. one (hlniil* machine. on. .......,
Brown as a young Indian from "What" muttered Bill "would a M4 legacy farm' during the coming summer straight to the supreme head of everything. .* Southeast Quarter also one acre in two atav' awa, .beltlnic and all other machinery -

weeks ot outdoor camp life and covered be doing out In the street In a bedroom a good farmer must be put la Northeast cor of Southwest Quarter and equipment connreled with that certainaw

with dust and perspiration certainly I slipper?" Be passed the question charge now. One 'with a housekeeping Even now, If lie could borrow the$25but of Southeast Quarter and Southeast .Mild, located mill formerly near' New operated Itlv.' ... by Florida I.. Q. Harry

,i no one would have recognized over to the taxi driver. wife would of course be preferable he had tried all His friends Quarter of Southwest Quarter, see. 17, 4. C. I'OI'l'EM': .

,c in this very bedraggled young mon I "That there's a woman's carriage i, Man, or man and wife,' I worded the In the office and It would not "be easy Tp. 7, R. 21 E.. containing in nil 21 1. 1-1It. Special Ma..ter In Chancery, ,

4 Max Harding:, whose aristocratic mother boot," tbe man explained. ad. If you can't find a suitable couple, to get out." Yet It must be done : the acres more or loss. nilPEK OK PI'lll 1CATIOV (

was a guest at the hotel on the not offended. Tie however and a promising single manappears alternative was criminal prosecutionsheer January 23: 1019. In Circuit Court for llrmlrord County: .'10"
Billy gladto
hill. was was -take him. He can shift for ruin. J. A. J. MCKINNEY JR. ida. In Chancery.Sterllnir .
find someone to talk to. New York : H. Trice. et alvu .
Scowling; fiercely he dragged his! had given u cold welcome to this btg himself. Your judgment Is better George laid his hand upon the lid of l-2l-5t. Guardian. I ,

heavy suitcase up the path only to be I free-hearted son of the Vest Upon the than mine sis" ho ended plncattngly.! his dosk? to pull It down.' With or Notice Will Trice, et al. Kill, for I'.Dillon.To .

i met at the veranda steps by a pom-1, train coming he had noticed the dif "I hate to go out to that forsaken without an excuse: he must go out and Will Trice and I hits wit.. Murl, I'rlcu.Atliihlu .
pous-looking Individual who effectu- .. Nancy grumbled. "especially find that money. Six months after diito hereof I will tiH>ntiH.: Kll: Trii'e, .'hl'I"'" <*, irifial'' I
place
ference.In Inn I'rlce. Klippen., lleiiiKiil.; Kthel:' l'rlc..
vouchers anti fInal
ally barred his further progress. ,'i Billy's home town spoketo now when there ore so many thingsto i Just as ha arose from his seat a present my accountto Fllppen., (.icoriila. I'earl Trice. Fllppen (iitorKlll -
fel- everyone i the lion. Gen. A. Gardiner County tieorfte I I.. Willliitnil 1 MeOonouuh., (;ieoruln.
"Cnn't come up the front way do In town. But when did I ever hand wits laid upon his arm and ho -
everyone else. Ills car companions Jmlffp, of Itriulfonl, Vav llelle Wlllh",.. Miicon tieninini I
1 11I. antI.
leh" said the pompous one. I IVhot had turned up their collars nt hU approach -I fall you Ben It Aunt Untllda can be turned to face Old Ken, tho soft-footed County, IMnrie Oui'>n..*, McDoiiouuh, t.enruia.; : ('s rrte II
"\ the dcv-," and then an the' persuaded. messenger' mjHtiTlotis as a demon of link for my fimil ilischnrtre ns administrator >iitr' ...., IMcDonotiuli I tir.lii ('inentitiii.I Ptlr -
and unsociably lost their faces I of the pstuto-of Roderick linker |I. .*. Mcllolloiiith.I (icoruht.I, li'n' Itrlle Pupree,
full significance/ the servant's remark I will ot the -
laNII"1I who did the
within them. Hilly was very lonely "Aunt Mntlltln I Is always glad' to help fiiblo McT>i>noilRh, Georitla.
struck him. Jinx Harding, burst I would I others," thnt Indy answered severely Bupri-mu, head of tho establishment. deceased. It itipenrinic| from the nworn bill of complnlnt .
lie was discouraged. Perhaps It I This 2 Hh tIny of January 10)!). In the. nhmt* t.II itloI cnuMu that the
Into a laugh. have been better to hove stayed and anl, till brother-hoadnf tho family "Mr. llurrlmtin wants to see you, ale".. niimed derenilnnti, each ar non-reHl-'

; "Mnybe I cnn sneak In through the spent his pile In the place where he had rellevedly turned to (l'I'nrt.( I Bald tills slave-of-tho-rlng. J. H. RITCII '"'11'''' .., the, Stain of I lorldit,;, and that the
I 1-2 j-Gmo. Admni trntor. naitlftice. of ,'acli of thv Miild tlefenilnntA, U arthenilnliefore
before I
kitchen and get washed up made It ; he was very sorry that "I5y the way," ho called bach "don'tfail "I wonder If there Is anything In stat.., Hpivtively, and that. tin

greet the mater" he thought. "1f /phe the age limit prevented him from goingto to Roll any of the old<1 Bluff In the making a clean breast of It?" b\l mild Notice tlMC of each of I lie saul ilefendnntH I U over thi

1, ever catches me looking like( this- war, there one might find comrades I I house, If you have a chance." to hlmxelf ns ho walked toward Hnr Six months after date hereof I will n t'Hirle..e of ttvtnty-one I).ter'e. Cleinenllno.yeara, except.|1'ui"Start>ne and Dupree Ida,

Hello, whew-ew-ew," and he whistled and sympathetic understanding. Even I "Just! like a mnn" Nancy smiled rlmini's room ; and then ha remptn- present my vouchers anti final accountto Helli* rtupn, each of whom in under thtf see
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: softly for n remarkably pretty. the home town had failed him In that I i "how or to nhoiu could I sell old fur bared what had happened to a certain the lion. Geo. A. Gardiner County of.1.1.I w.os....,'..........".*It ycara t la .ordered that each of the t

t girl sat directly In front of the kitchen The other boys bud nil married while ;i nlture In that wilderness?" young man who had done that very Juilg'p:: of Itriulford, County }Flu., mid paid def,'nilnnta' ,I.. appear to the hill of eontplaint .

door shelling pens-thus once Bill was absorbed In the success of his The prospect of a.stay In the country thing It seemed that the floor wan ask for my (ln.il discharge ns ailministrntrix ::1..1.1., ..,tiled of Mnrch.herein HMD.or or ami Iwforit. that this Monday order.. th.I b.

more blocking his progress. fortune. Now they were satisfied In place was not nil discouraging as It no longer on n level and he saw four of tho estate of J. E. P.irton, piililinhetl. once a week for four eomiecutlv

"Have yon a moment to spare" he their homes and. he wns left outside. had seemed.. Aunt Matilda settled knobs on lliirrlmnn'a) door, as ho ilerensed. ..M.k In the Ilradford' County Tclritraph. anvwiBnMr
of general circulation .
asked, removing his hat and speaking But then there had never been n girlto back comfortably In a rocker before stretch his hand to open It. This 2ltli day of January 1019.! II ml|tori| County rlorlda.Mllleiia . puhlmlu-d In

In his most engaging manner. hold his fnncy. Bill couldn't tell the fire which early spring time made There wus n flat-topped desk as large KVELINA: HARTON \ thu Ilonorahle J. T. Will.. the
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.1",'... of the I nald C'irciiit Court na well .
an
said my
"I am sorry but I huven't why, perhaps because he had continuedIn I I necessary, u hll It; Nancy opened the us a dinner tiiMo In the middle of the 1-2 1.gmo. Adniinistrntix.M hnnil, ami oirielnl' .....1 I aa Ilia Clerk of tlm mil.I.

the young woman very promptly tho hope of finding, one, like his ': long unused piano. The harmony room Dud ut tile opposite slUt of It sat Court his the iiSlh day of J."""",,. 1\tIC').
scarcely glancing up from her work. had been such tender I)haiti Ills smaller his I >'IKK: 'ID Il11 rues ASK ritKniroHs" W T. \VKKKS.tSeul : .
mother. She n which her fingers drew from the yellow 1111111. eyes .
Clerk Circuit
All lii'miini Inili'hlcil. Hi I HIK) ,'.lal,.. nt Up II. ) Court
"Oh. ho thought he, "not much enthusiasm faithful creature. Bill couldn't, think I I keys vnn Interrupted by a loud ringIng / iiuuu v us Iiirgcr: Ills chin wan fatter I'. Wllnon, lnti of Hrn.lfnnl' Couiily., PluHiln llrniirurd County, Morldn.

4 here. May I show you some of her yet without a lump In his thront of the white handled doorbell, and und his coloring was a brighter red (.tfi'rniifil. lire rviitilriMl. tu tmy thi'lr pail <.lt hti fly R A. KICKS.:
.., i-Il.At.: Clerk.NO .
rorthwlth iI I fill hn\lnic claimNllunitiat Deputy
of my wares? with an expressive -yes, the glrl he had met were differ the girl hastened to respond. A tall i.I than ever lieforu In George's recollection -' tin I mtlil, ,'.1""lMniftnn. nrt mimli' >il. In |>r.. ___ _,

glance In the direction of the suit ent. So he sat In the taxi looking down heavily clonktxl figure stood before her of him. Nftit thrtn iltily, ,nulhi-ntlrnliMl) I wilhtn t>,,n 1'.... PICK

.r. case. on the little shoe und wondering what In the doorway rumpling Ms dark hair George, hint IKH-II, I In the great luau'spresence r..Thli,,,, Ihm 27th, ilntt'Inv nr of thfv I''r.h.will ho... fnrpvrr inlS' 1. bjirrvil. In ,County. Judtfe'ft Court, llrndford County.I'l.iri.la ,
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I ,. "You may not" said the young wom to do with It. I the man snatched off his cap In greet- oftrm-r during lie past yeur.tlinu M 1114 JKSVIK: / A. WIIHON! IN UK:: KHTATK: OK '
. .,' Just as promptly as before. In the Rxptiilrlx. of Rnlnti"f [Ir. II P. VVIImm illeriuixl. .. 1. M. Flitch, Poceaneil
an. "Put an od In the paper, suggestedtho Ing. nny othvr minor employee ..
I 12-27- M. J. DTCII.) Admlnlntrator of tin
."Well do you mind If I sit clown on still grinning, chauffeur. "You'Ufin.1 "I came about the advertisement," luulti onice. !!.' wile an object of envy ----- -. -,-- Estate: of J. M. Futch"' ......"...,1.

the lawn a minute?" be hazarded for your Cinderella quicker." he answered. on that account. Tho Idea of appearing I\IUnlt' OK Trill.ICATIOVIII I'etltloner.VS 1t
( C'lrciiil ( ," ,'t. Kliilf' ir l-lciri.ln. RluhlhJinliclnl '
his third venture."I The thing really might be valuable before this mini aa! a thief woe a .
: Ircuit. Ilrnilrnnl County I In C'hnn
"Come In, Nancy Invited J I do not." again responded the "fnlr so Billy Inserted his ad. Brief It wns."Woman's forth n chair. tiling to die of. CITVAlum .1. M. Flitch 1 DecenKed, and all Other .
lady of the taking him In with found McMlllnn.I'nmplulnnnt.. rmann Interfiled Inh Knlate of
peas carriage boot on said ) "I'm going
"Lung, Harriman .
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i The m.m's eyes brightened In evt-' laid J. M. Fulch \Uecenied.
one all-appraising glance. ,' Broadway. Apply t ) 'Western' Newspaper <: dent admiration at Right of her. to give| joii u ctmnce./ \ I 3 McM.lh.n.v. I lleftmiliinla.CITATION .
j So Max: : sat down on the little plot Office." George's bruin mado COO rapid revolutions (
I "About the advertisement" she murmured pfPunilunIt I U rl flitS Nl.: till.11' I ANUS I P HHfllHKHt.S
of grass In front of the house ond Then becuuse Billy was so very lone- In Ws head."Iiiiietynine >>I Hl'lMfirinu" Joy iitTlilnvIt lipi,-nil'il,\ to I thtf hill : : OK J. M HIICII. |KCK\SKI: : : :".
considering. "Are you mar- Ml.I, In th.. nlnivp.Blnl l enui... Ihnt A. H. MnMillnn. .
leaned his head buck against the building clerks AND A 1.1 oniKIl I'KKSONS: : INTKU-
In the and because the In hundred
ly strange city, a ,
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tied? h.> tli'ffniliini (h"I nHin*< l. I IMn KSIKO: IN Tnt ESTAIK: OF 8MI J.
and closed! his eyes. chauffeur had put the thought intofjhls llarrlinnn continued "will always be nitlt'niihli'nt of the Hint,. nf Murlilnnnil M IHTCIt.' lil'.C': .F.AS1CI I II. I.IC :K'l'l: NO :tTAKE
"Poor fellow" thought the girl her head he dreamed a dream about a I The applicant stared. "Why, no- clerkM.. I believe thjit you are the I 1''lint ....hh.nrn l 10 unknown bi'lnir, ..v.. LI", NO IK''K.' that H. J Fulch, as admin.iHlrutor -
must he began. ,.." nf twenty-line 1'. sympathy aroused at last "he possible Cinderella. Wealthy she hundredth mun. You've been bundling thnt ..ul nnn-rmlili. ,rvntMnt) I Im mulhi. him thin ilay filed In the above. entitled can.
be pretty tired. I'm afraid I was might be, to wear a boot like that but I "Well, It Isn't essential.! Nancy saId some correspondence with our agentS I I. hiri'hy. nHiilnil| tn ...IN'., t" thv MM) i>feomiiljiint and, I court a .petition, th* object of which. I I. I
..) with him. Well he looks I i "that Is, If you are able to do your own nlinl ,lit viklil e",Min. on .>r hefon* Mnilny. to sell the NorthwMt Quarter of the NorthPast -
rather sharp then his wealth might match hers. -under direction and have
f own my you lh> 7th lUr. of April A. I). lull. othrr- Quarter, and the Southeast Quarter of
}, dark enough for one of those Syrianor And If she would only be kind-Billy's cooking and washing up. Can you' shown!! a comprehension of the subject WI,. the llruitliini of ...1. bill will boo taken the Northeast Quarter of Section 82. In Town- I
but he certainly I The man blinked. "The advertise HM .unr..1 by until il..r.>nifiint. hip. 4. PIC. 21 East. contalnln' SD .
or Armenian peddlers dream had taken beauty for granted. that has made me think well of you. Il lit further nrilrnil. that thlH iiril.. h. pub- aara> :
r l lean. lea. strip ftO feat wld
more or
t doesn't talk like one. I'll just Well he had a record to show back menhe started, but again the girl George merely bowed. He could< not llnhiHl one. a week fur licht con.""cutlv. WMka East: nlile of the e Houthrant Quartur, aoroaathM In tha '

I t)? nm In and get him a glass of raspberry there In the home town of which no Interrupted. speak alflud. AU bis faculty of lan In thi* Hrailfonl. .... County' 'Ifflvitmph. a nt.wip.- county or IIr..r"' Htat of Florida tu pay &I
shrub. It'll cool him off before I "Have a reference she tI > pvr |iubll h In miiil ( man need be ashamed. you qu guage was occupied la Interior! sonndJtuui Thin Jnnu.ry 2Hth. lltltt. profierty havlnir been owned by hon In

he goes." The answer came abruptly. "Will I led. cursing ot himself for Lie Incredible - W. T. WFFKH. hla' life time, and the. nut beinif aulTlelentPiiraona '

She was back In a moment with a finder return boot to suite B, White- I I The applllcant stood up and smiled. folly. Clrrk. A.Circuit WKKKS.: Court.It. ) protierty to pay ald dehta. Ie..la
therefore. Ordered that the defendant, )
glass of delicious looking liquid, and stone Apartments, where be will be I, "Your brother sent me out," he aid.. "Our man Hobbles, In Johnstown." : seal) Deputy Clrrk. all other' penum Integrated In thw eatal ant of

tapping the young man on the shoulder rewarded for his trouble !I" The note May I use the "phone a moment?" Harriman proceeded, "bos been having J. K.: FUI'CH.SoIIcitr .for CompUlnnnt. 1-31-Ht. aid J. M ....Ieh. deeeaaed. appear" to the petition
lied herein on or befor the 3rd ilay. of
she offered It to him. was signed Myrn. Burrows. | Ben had sent him In rend Nancyled trouble as you know." March A. I). I91U. and show ..U... If any

"Here, drink this" she sold. "I'm Bill felt the excitement of a youth the way to the telephone.I Lie paused and In the Interval the NOTICE OP ECTION they have' why aald petition ahould not .h*

sorry I couldn't stop to look at your going to his first party as he sUed I I "Tola Is Barclay," spoke the man's effort of remembering who Bobbins Dy th* power "..t.d. In them by the BrhoolI ,with ranted aa otherwla In ... of the default.It ....... will be proceeded.

. wares. Have you made many sales Into his faultless overcoat and hast voice. "The young lady out here wants i was cleared Grorgu'a mind. I'uhtie.>w> ot InHtmetfon th. 8t.to of nt Ilrmlfonl MnrliU.' County the lI"ar"hprvbyortlpra l of I. further ordered that a copy of tI.ird.'r ) .

I today?" ened to Riverside Drive. Unconsciously I to be sure I am all right I will you tell "Robblns U. not the man for the mn election to tii hohl in Hpi>ci.I l HehoolT . be piihllahed the date named for four hrruln nueceaalv for. week

"No not one" answered Max quite he was a believer In "fate." Wasn't her." place," ho said. "He doesn't seem to x 1 ll.trlct No. I. 'Th........ on Hnlunliiy.ebruiiry preceilinic, In the Itradfivrd County: Telegraph appearance anewaraper \.
\ truthfully and he swallowed the refreshing -]I Mill. I'HI for the ,pi.rpor of rle,'llnif puhlliihed at Stark In sail "
there after all In that little county
destiny i "Sure," came buOIt! Den's familiar know what lie la there for. three 1ru.t,,i'. ami to dVtcrmln; the ,imiuntof :
drink with genuine apprecla-| shoe In his path He desk mill.,. to b. .flirNirdFor and Stale. once a week.
lying directly Hurrlmnn shipped' the gently lIon. and. ordered tide the SQIh day. of January !
tlon. Then. with many thanks he Ito purl>o.tf of holillnv the sail| | rlr..
( wished that the modern Cinderella tone.Nancy wfth hIs fat hand., A. D. IBID.
took the Instrument Into her tlon thi fnllowinir managers have been ap-
beat a hasty retreat around to the might have dwelt In humble circumstances "Precisely." Mild he; "ond that Is immlvilt, M. /. Sullivan G. Nf. IlHnnutt and OF.O: A. nXRDINEK.
hands. "You cnn bank oh that man County Juduv of Ilradford County; Htat ofHorlila
front of the house once more. his education had been good, I to In his I II. W. Moor
why am going put you (IS. L.)
seated Barclay sis Bn assured\ her. Then T. II. l'INIIOI.STFlt.Ch"I".n : ,
on
This time his mother was was this a propitious environment 8hol' ." A. / ADKIN3.Attorney .
yet ''
Roaril l f'uhllo In.t.u.U', IIr.Mo..1I' : I'
she, led tho ;
briskly the
him effusively way to klfthen. for 1'rtltlonur. 1-17-71.
the veranda and she greeted oi, II t'I..ld./ ..
for a dream girl of appealing gentleness The sweat started out suddenly In .
but he managed to make her "I will' need your help here flrst," A ttMt i -
? the p'nlma It Oe'rgo's hands find lie
bath nfl, some clean I Aho told the man engaged for all work, ( K R PfllTKLUCo : 'IIIK i IIKST: I'oriill :MKDiriNKWhen i : :
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