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 14, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04694
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Lake Butler, Feb. 14.-Miss Starke Last Saturday evening the girls: and Ruiford Feb. 14.-Johnny BaUden, Realizing the need of better knowledge Fob. 14.-M ins :Myrtle :Snpp::: :
Wether was in Lake Butler several boys basket ball teams of the Brad- of Starke, was a visitor in town on of nursing and care of the sick cane over fron.JII kROn'iIIl'lnd Following Is given the program for
days first of the week in the interestof ford County High School played Tuesday. among the women of America the Red, spent several days lust week nt the the teachers' Institute to l he held In
the Radcliff Chatauqua which will against the! Duvul High School teams, I J. C. Jones, of Perry, visited his Cross is sending n trained instructorto home of: her pllr'ntsIr.! and !Mrs. L. Lnwtey Saturday Feb. U-nrl.:
be held in Lake Butler Feb. 2022nd. on the Jacksonville indoor court. I wife and son here the first of the week. all chapters wishing to take the I.. S npp. hI VOt'n tll'n.
Committees were appointed and everyone After a lively contest both Starke l Levi! Dyal of Fernandina was here course. The epidemic through! whichwe Charlie Shepard cnme home lust A Lesson Plnn-Discussion of (a)
is at work. Everybody cor- teams were! defeated. Next Saturday 'Ion business Thursday. have just passed has made everybody week from South Carolina and Is 1 Deductive, (b) Inductive. ,
dially invited to attend this chatauquaas I afternoon the Duval teams will play Mrs. W. C. Whitten was a visitorto realize the scarcity of trained I spending u few days nt the home of f'IJ'l11s-I'rot. B. D. Law
it is money well spent, and ticketsare I I the Starke teams, at the campus of the Sapp Thursday. nurses and the importance( of every his parents Mr. und Mrs James Shep Value of Lesson Plans-Prof. C. E.
now for sale. Be sure and buy Bradford County High School.! Come Dan Howell, of Macclenny was In woman having u practical knowledge, ard. )>ole.
one.Mrs. out and witness the game and see town on business Thursday.I of sick room euro, which is obtained James Browning, of Jacksonville, What Standard Should be Attained
Annie Twity and Mrs. Frank Starke win this time I I Markey of Lake Butler was this course. spent several days last week at the for Promotion to the High School I
Twity and little daughters are visit- The girls basket ball team was com called to the bedside of her sister !Miss The course which consists of J5 les- home of his parents. Mr. anti Mrs.", Prof. It. H. Terry. (
ing Mr. and Mrs. Percy Padgett. posed of Emma Powell Anna Canova Laura Johns Thursday. sons of 2 hours each may be hud for Bud Browning near Lnwtey. Athletics in High Schools and Endsto I
Last Sunday Rev. W. T. McGuire Pcrla Whitten Florence Matthews | !Mr. and !Mrs. A. L. Crews of Jacksonville $3 per pupil for a class of fifteen or Geo. Waltz of Lewiston, !Minn., wasn be Attained-Prof. L. I. Blackburn.
filled his regular appointment at the I Nellie Stearns; while the boys team visited relatives here last twenty. Thin covers all expenses, in- business visitor to Lawtey last week.It \ddl"88-I'rof. I.. R HlghfUl. t
Christian church. Text for the morn I was represented by Harold Wall Carr week. including text books, etc. will be remembered that Mr. Waltz Program Committee. S. Dowling -
ing service was from Math. 17.5, Colley Will Epperson Ray Colley and Tate P. Denmark is home on a visit Any woman over 111 yours of age Is married Mrs... C. P. Ganger, u former chairman; Jeannette Matthews E.
"Hear ye Him;" in the evening, Luke Walter Kuhl. I I'I to his parents called home by the ser- eligible and it Is hoped that we shall resident of Lawtey, a few years ago. K. Poppell.FAII.M .
19-10, "The lost soul." Both services The basket ball teams were accompanied ious illness of his sister. be able to organize two classes of 15 A. A. Stokes, of Jacksonville was n .-----
were well attended and enjoyed by all. by :Misses Jeannette Matthews !Miss Mattie Stalsby spent the weekend each, one for morning nnd one for af- visitor to Lawtey lust Sunday. IP<.l.I' SITUATION GREATLY -
There were three additions to the Gladys Gardiner Emilie Spink Katha. in Jacksonville with her sister, ternoon. All women wishing to"take Max) Wimberly of Highland spent KKLIKVKII: '
church at the morning service. teen Alvarez.. Mm. J. F. Canova. Mrs. Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson. the course will meet at Red Cross Sunday with friends In Lnwtey. "
B. G. Prescott of Aurora, N. C., re- W. B. Harva-rd. Mrs. J. P..Tomlinson, |I !Mrs. Onie Hood:!, of Mulberry wns rooms. Monday afternoon Feb. 17th at Miss Mozelle Browning left Sunday The farm labor situation in Florida
turned to his home last week after a Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mrs. L. >, culled home to the bedside of her sisI 3 o'clock. for Jacksonville whero she will has' been greatly relieved since so
pleasant visit of about a week with his A Davis Hollis Knight, John Powell I I ter, Mrs. Arthur Alvarez. Bradford County Chapter A. It. C. spend about( two weeks with relatives. many of the farm boys and farm help
cousins Mr. J. Frank Bennett and Gary Ennis, Rufus Tatum Mrs. J. 1h I I Miss'L'ila Byrd of Lawtey, visited! Geo. L. Finch] was called home Tuesday have' been mustered out of the' service.
Mrs. J, E. Harper. Mr. .Prescott is Fields Will Stringfellow George Anderson | Miss Helen Nauright here last week. RETAIL PRICES NOT DROPPING:; : from Jacksonville on account of The release of these men was hastened _
' one of the leading and most prosperous Frank Lane. Mr. and Mrs. John Denmark, of FAST! I the death of his "I..terIrll.! Laura ,duo to the efforts of farm help specialist "
farmers of his section. This was Jacksonville visited friend and relatives I Whiteheud. J. O. Traxler, who immediate
his first visit to our Land of Flowersand DEATH AT GRAHAMOn here last week. The priors on foodstuffs have not 1J.: Roberts left the first part of ly put|, the necessary information before 't
he speakes very highly of our ---" !Miss Gertrude Anderson of the, Rnl- dropped much within the last few 'the week to transact bcsiness at St. the county agents and the farm
State and said he felt that Lake But Tuesday evening February 6th., ford High School faculty was unableto weeks in the local stores. Eggs are George, Ga.: ers as u whole. In giVing out the In : ",
ler had a bright future. He also spoke at four o'clock the Death Angel visited -', meet her classes last week owing selling at 40 to 4!" rents! now, n dropof James Hitch of Kuiford was a visitor formation Mr. Truxler gave explicit -r
very highly of our land as being fine the home of Mr. S. D. Dukes and to sickness. 10 cents within ten days. Though to Luwtey Sunday. He wall en- directions how to go about getting tho
for the cultivation of'tobacco. took away his beloved companion Mrs. I I Mrs. II. W. Raiford and slater !Miss butter has dropped twenty to twenty- route to Jacksonville to visit relatives.A. boys released from service. He stressed .
Lorene Ware is the guest of her sister Nona Dukes. She was ill only a few'i|'Lucy Perry with Mr. Hendrix, spent three and one-half cents on the Chicago M. Blum-hard wn a visitor to upon the farmers that it WOK necessary -
Mrs. W. M. Overstreet. days with pneumonia which followed 1 the day at Worthington Springs last and New York markets the effectof Steckert Saturday and Sunday. for them to get their rpclui..itionsfor
Mrs. Honiker of Hawthorne, is the influenza. All that loving hands and Thursday. this reduction has not yet been felt Champ Green of Jacksonville was the release of the men to the war
guest of her sister Miss Harrison. medical skill could do proved of nO 1, W. W. Rice, of the State Farm happened in this part of the country. It will visiting relatives near ].ftwlp)' Sunday department at once, in order, that the .
Jennings Dupree is visiting his bran- avail. God in his wisdom knew best. lIe 1 to the accident of being thrown be several weeks perhaps before the agricultural interests. secure the most t
new son this week. called her from a world of care to the \' from a buggy and is suffering from stocks the jobbers have on hand are Bert Padgett of Anthony was visIting doMirnblo men for the farm. Where' a ar'
The Lake Butler Chapter No. 40 O. Great Beyond where all is peace and a severe sprain. exhausted and not until then! can a reduction relatives in Lnwtey Sunday.J. man's service Is needed on the farm,
E. S., met in regular session Tuesday, love. Besides a heart-broken husband I Mrs. W. II. Andrews was a visitor ifi prices be hoped for. C. Byrd was n visitor to Jacksonville no trouble has been experienced In i
Mrs. Ada Stewart presiding. The business she leaves two daughters and two sons, I,I to Lake Butler Thursday. Thursday getting his. release unless he is In somo d
was attended to and an interesting and a number of friends and relatives I I Mrs. A. L. Crews returned home on ADDITIONS TO HONOR: ROLL J. W. Byrd of Clay Hill was a visiitor brunch of the service where it is impussiblo -
talk from Mrs. W. E. Morrison, of to mourn her death. She was laid to ],I i Monday afternoon. She was accompanied to Lawtey Sunday. | > to be mustered out any time a
.1'1 Jacksonville was enjoyed by the en- rest in Hampton cemetery amid a :I I by little Philip Roberts. The following Bradford county sol- Mr. und Mrs. G. W. Stokes returned soon.
tire Chapter. large number of friends. I I A party of young folks composed of diers have been repotted to us since home last week from Wymuumu. _._---.---
W. M. Overstreet of Palatka, visited One precious to our hearts are gone | Misses Loca Cason and Sadie Simmons the last issue of the Telegraph whose where they spent several months withrelntives. :NORTH; STARK NOTESJ. i
his homefolks Sunday. The voice we loved is stilled. I I with Avery Tison and Dan names were omitted from the honor .
Mrs. S. S. Proctor and niece Miss The place made vacant in the home i,I Johnson made a trip over to Lake But roll: Mrs. Silas Brown und son Raleigh S. Norman; was a business visitor .
Norma Dekle spent Sunday, the guestof Can nevermore be filled ler Saturday afternoon. Matthew Wasdin Graham.Lee are visiting relatives in Jacksonville here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. 1'. Dekle, of Five A loving niece Miss Gertrude Anderson left Mon- Byrd, Graham. thin week. :Mr. und Mrs. L. L. Younghlood returned
Mile. MARTHA THOMAS.COLEMANLEE day afternoon for Lake City to meet Schell Byrd, Graham Walter Butler] of Jacksonville was homo Wednesday, after spending
John and Ansit Parrish, of Five the examining board. Truby I. Dyal. Graham. visiting relatives in and near Lawtey several days in Wuldo! at the bed-
Mile, were in town Saturday. : The oyster supper given: by the Masonic Avery Dyat Graham. Sunday side of ther little niece who is very h'
Oren Dekle,' of Five Mile, spent Sat- lodge and the installation of the Frank Walker Graham. A. B. Prevntt spent Sunday in ill"t thut place. .
urday night with his cousin Nelson A very pretty wedidng was solemnized J officers of the lodge for the lodge was Alex Preston Hamate, Raiford. Starke with relatives.Mr. Miss Mae Green spent Wednesday .n.
Dekle. at the home of Mr. and !Mrs. Rob well attended and greatly enjoyed by Raymond E. Hess Iawtey. and Mrs. P.r.. Dinklnx! of Jacksonville the of Miss Anna Mae Dean.
Tom Chastain and wife and Osie ert Lee when their daughter, Miss (II those present. David 'T.. Reddish. Lawtey. were visiting relatives' in our ill guest 1
Hall motored to Lake City Saturday Catherine Alice was united in marriage !Mack riggers, of Baker county Paul F. Baisden Starke. town the first part of the week. Mr. Arthur Rigdnn. passed through
night, returning Sunday afternoon. to Mr. E. N. Cole-man. After was a visitor here on business Wed Owen W. Marc Highland. The following have been appointedas here Sunday enroute to his home In
congratulations were over a bountiful nesday. Edward Mary, Highland. the lleilbronn Section. t' .
John Bielling of Providence, was a Methodist Minute Men representing t
caller to town Tuesday.The dinner was served. The ceremonywas Arch Proctor, of Lake Butler was Evan Wilkinson Highland. Grace M. E. church and will be ]Karl Edwards and Miss Ball, of the
ladies of the Lake Butler branch performed by Rev. Kickliter. In town Thursday night attending the Marion L. Crews Highland.W. heard from time to time in five minute Alfalfa section were here Sunday. .v
American Red Cross, are busy on Their, many friends wish them a 'oyster supper and the installation of Glenn Crews, Highland. speeches in connection with the great Mr. Frank Starling of Crosby Lake, I
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. long and happy life. officers of the Raiford lodge. David J. Reddish, Lawtey. centenary mission movement for was a business caller here Wednesday.
I Eleven hospital suits were sent to A FRIEND. Rev. Summers was a visitor here on William M. Phillips, published last world reconstruction: J. D. Randall, The sing at Mr. Harris. was enjoyed
Starke Friday afternoon. There area Thursday. week under "Not Classified" heading J. J. McLeod, Chas. Mess, Rudolph by all who attended.
good many garments' to make and FLU IS CLEARING UP J. W. Jeter and family have moved gives his home address' as Theressa. Thede.D. Greene visited Miss,
Miss Lavonia
all are invited to come to the Club into the J. L. Whitten bungalow just B. Yarley of Savannah Ga., was night.
Kate Chase last Wednesday
Room to help sew. Starke's second visitation of influenza out of town. CONCERT:; TO BE GIVEN BY THE a welcome visitor at the home of K.
H. C. Peeples, of Miller, was in is clearing up. During the pres. Rev. E. C. Wells filled his regular NEW YORK METROPOLITAN CO. J. Roberta Saturday and Sunday.A Mr. W. B. Kuhl of Jacksonville,
town Tuesday. ent week no new cases have developedand appointment at the Baptist church on union service was held Sunday spent Sunday with his family here.
Mrs. Onie Pons has gone to Atlanta it is believed that the town will Sunday morning and evening. On the evening of Feb. 2<>th, at the evening in Grace M. f;. church, at Wedding, bells are soon to ring in
to buy her spring line of millinery. be entirely free of the disease within Leon Sikes of Middleburg was in High School auditorium, the New which Rev J. C. Diggs of the M. E. this section. Watch reports in next
Mrs. Wm. Johnson is taking the examination -': a few days as! all patients are now town Saturday and Sunday visiting York Metropolitan Company will givea church South preached the sermon. week's Telegraph.
which is in session at Lake well along the road to recovery. There j i I friends. I, concert under the auspices of the I( The service was well attended and Willis Youngblood of Waldo, was
City this week. are only a few of these. Miss Vesta Reynolds of Jackson- School and Civic Club. This. company thoroughly enjoyed especially\ the ser a caller here Sunday.
,; Mrs. Alford is away on a visit this II ville, was in town last 'week visitingher consists of two violinist. !!, two vocalistsand I( mon, which was a clear and logical exposition Mrs. S. V. Stokes was tho guest of i/ '
" week. DEATH AT HAMPTONMiss sister, Mrs. Jim Dowling. two pianists, one of the violinists of divine truth forcefully de Mrs. R. W. Seckinger Thursday.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and /. S being Axel Skovgaard who Is known''' livered. Rev. Diggs Is the new pastorof .
Mrs. Jennings Dupree Tuesday. Gozine Watterson died at NEW DEMONSTRATION AGENT as. one of the world's greatest violin the* Methodist church South succeeding DEATHS
Miss Ada Register is at home again Hampton on February 6th of pneu ists.. This. ia a rare treat for Starke Rev. G. Henderson who has
after the close of a successful term of monia. The body was forwarded to Miss Flora L. Glower who has recently and was only made possible by the been transferred to Port Tampa. ..William Miller died at his home two
school at lleilbronn. Ft. Ogden for burial. Miss Watter- I been apoplnted demonstration' company having an open date between The many friends of Charles Sapp miles east of Starke last Sunday and
Mr. and Mrs. Vascoe Dowling are son was greatly\ ] beloved and her death I agent for Bradford county, arrived in their engagement in the cities. were pleased to see him down town was buried Monday at KIngsley lake
the happy parents of a fine baby girl, causes sorrow Among a wide circle of;j Starke the first of the week and Is now Special prices to all school children. the other day, after being missed for cemetery. The deceased was well J
. born last week. friends. I ready to begin her work. Miss Clow- some time, confined to the house withan known as an Industrious young man a
Carl Piper is visiting his mother er comes to us from Lafayette county, A MOTOR ROAD ON TilE SKYLINE attack of influenza. The Sapp children and his untimely death is very much
this week. ing an attack of influenza. where she was employed in the same ; OF, AMERICA ,, have also been sufferers from the deplored. lIe Is. survived by his wife
Miss Harrison has returned to her Mrs. Pharnell who has been visitIng line of work. some disease but all are now on a sure and several small children.Mr. .
work after a visit to the bedside of her father L. A. Duncan who is Miss Glower's office will be In the Making ea. ;f',' ecesslble fastnesses road to recovery. Carl C. Moseley died Tuesdayat
her friend who died last week at. her in ill health returned to her home Friday I Futch building on Call street where of the Rack)' Mountains that can Miss Polly Ann Redding came over the home of his. brother-in-law R.
sister's home in Hampton. afternoon., she will be glad to see the members of now be reached only by persons hard from Jacksonville the early part of O. Gnann, two miles southeast of +-
Joe Dowling and song of New River, Rev. McGuire was greeting friendsin the girls' canning club and poultry ened to mountain travel, the auto this week to spend a few days with Starke. The deceased I is survived by ;
were visiting in town Saturday. Lake Butler Saturday. I club on Saturdays of each week, also mobile road planned and already relatives in Lawtey. his wife and five small children. The
Miss Jean Bielling passed through Tuck Andrews, of Five Mile motor at other times that her business does partly built by the city of Denver Two very Interesting sights are attracting interment was in Kingsley lake cemetery
Lake Butler Saturday night, enrouteto ed over to town Saturday afternoon. I I I not call her away from Starke. All Colo., to connect the heart of that city a great deal of attention at Wednesday afternoon.
Dukes. Kellum and Clyde Parker are visiting !, members of the canning club and poultry with the summit cf Mount Evans the Moore residence in East Luwteya Both of these deaths resulted from
Norman Parrish, of Five Mile, visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Wilj j I club are urged to get in touch with will be one of the most remarkable new pony and a new' baby, but it pneumonia following Influenza. The
Lake Butler Saturday afternoon., lard Parker. I i Miss Clower as soon as possible so mountain highways in tha world says looks like the baby will win the prize. parents of Mr. Moseley, who are stopping
Tuck and Mark Tomlin were trans- Dock Crews, of New River was a'' that she may be able to assist them J. E. Murphy, in an Illustrated article That inevitable Ladies Aid of Grace at the home of !Mr. Gnann, are
acting business in town Saturday. pleasant caller to our burg Saturday I,, In planning( their year's work: Those in the February Popular] Mechanics M. E. church had another of their critically from the same.. cause
Henry Varnes, of Varnsville was a afternoon. I i j who can not see her personally are Magazine. With a mile-high startat large/ gatherings Thursday of last -- -
business visitor to town Saturday. Annie Belle Peeples spent the week- requested to write her. Denver, the road will wind throughthe week this time at the home of Mrs. A. COMMISSIONER BROWNLEE
Miss Thelma Schell visited Jackson end at her home at Miller. I I The county demonstration agent titanic peaks and chasms of the M. Blanchard who is the vice presidentof
ville Friday, returning home Sunday Mrs. Wilks returned to her home in :,' urges that the people of Bradford roughest and moat (picturesque partof the society. Governor Cults has appointed Mr.J. .
evening. Jacksonville Sunday after a week's county continue in their efforts to conserve the Colorado Rockiel, making a After the usual opening ceremonies M. Brownlee to succeed G. C. Livingston
G. W. S. Ware was In Lake Butler visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Boru'm. food and not to consider that as clear rise of 9,000 ft. In e5 miles and there was a welt conducted business as county commissioner for
Friday. Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular the war is over conservation is'now terminating on a. summit that is higher meeting of considerable Interest in the Starke district. Mr. Brownlte I I. r I
. Mrs. B. P. Wilson has returned to appointment at Baldwin Friday, Saturday unnecessary because there are mil than Pikes Peak. The'road will be charge of the president, Mrs. J. H.( one of the most progressive and successful -
'\ her home after several weeks visit and Sunday, returning. home lions of people who are hungry and tunneled through the solid rock, and Moore. Then came.the most popular farmers of this section and I.a i I.
her son, Max Wilson, and family, Monday. we are their only means of relief. will be lighted by Gothic windowscut number on the program-the social man of the highest character. That
of Ocala. Ben Smith of Lulu was in town on in the face at the cliff, a feature hour. The day was pleasant and the he will make a capable and faithful
t'with Mrs. W. E. Morrison and children Tuesday. MUST) PAY TAXES EARLIER that is unusual in this country, although people, too but everybody seemed to public official Is not doubted for a mo-
of Jacksonville are visiting relatives Arch Proctor visited Sapp and. Rai- it has been used to a limited want to talk at once, and for that reason ment by those who knout him.
;.. and friends in Lake Butler this, week. ford Tuesday. Under recent instruction Issued by extent in Europe. This detourr.will our reporter took to his heels rather
Mildred and Elsie B. Gilespie spent Bethel Colson. of Brooker motored 1' the governor state and oonty taxes be a trifle more than a mile ia length. than make any attempt at describing morning and evening and at 3:30.} Sunday .
the week-end with their parents at over to Lake Butler Tuesday after. I! muet be paid earlier than heretofore.It From end to end it will be a thoroughly it. However, we have since heard afternoon a special 43 minute
Five Mile. noon. seems that there is nothing in the practical automobile road 20 ft. in that ltlrs.-Blanchard furnished an ample consecration service will be heJJ. nit .
, Mr. Dowling has sold his interest in Joe McKinney was greeting friends' law to permit the extension of time }width with grade that nowhere exceed supply of delicious refreshmentsjust general public will be warmly welcomed "
the Lake Butler Telephone Co. to Mr. Saturday. i j for the payment of taxes and the governor 6 ft. in 100 ft. in time to resuscitiate some of at these services which are for the
.Cook. Mrs. Bart Stevens is slowly improv-i j has instructed all tax collectors The entire project is estimated to those exhausted talkers. As the ladies good of the whole community.Mrs. .
Max Overstreet has moved part of Ing from a siege of sickness. '' to close their booki April lit and to coat about $780,000. left for home they showered sweet Laura B. Whitehead, who has
his furniture store to Palatka and is D. W. Borum spent Sunday with his i advertise the lands delinquent for tax words of gratitude on their smiling been confined to her bed with serious
there in charge. Lake Butler surely family. I I es during the month of May in order CARD OP THANKSI hostess who had once again upheld her Illness during the past three months,
hates to see this family go from Mose Hewitt was attending to bus .' that the sale may b. made on the first wish to thank the good people of reputation as being a good entertainerand finally succumbed to the ravages: of
among us but wish them success in iness In Lake Butler Saturday. I I| Monday in June. Starke and surrounding community an expert in the making of dough disease, passing away to her Heavenly ,
their new field of work. Mrs. J. M. Mann spent Sunday af-i i County Tax Collector Dowling states for their kindness and untiring ef nuts. rest at an early hour Tuesday morn .
r A bouncing baby boy was born to ternoon with her sister Mrs. H. S.' that only about 600 out of 2900 tax- forts during the sickness and death of Special services are being held at ing. The funeral took place Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Hall last week. Long,of Five Mile. I|i I payers in Bradford county have paid my dear husband. And especially do Grace AL, E:church in connection with interment being made near Ral- :-
The friends of Frankle Priester are Martin and ,Oscar Rime went callers their taxes for the year 1918. Unless I thank the W, O. W. Lodge and theB. the great .world-wld home and foreign ford with Rev. Alfred Evenden in \
glad to see her at school again, after In town Friday. -.. '<{I they begin to pay soon the rush will beeo II. S. for the beautiful flowers. May missionary\ campaign for Methodist -' ch.r&e'cd the service. Full particulars .. I
a week's illness. I Come to the chatauqua which will great toward the end that receipts God bless you all. missions. Rev Alfred Evendenj I will be given in these columns >i.'.,
Donald Edwards is rapidlY Improv- be In Lake Butler February 20-22nd. cannot be> issued. MRS. A. C. CREWS. will preach special sermons Sunday next week.


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ti FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1919. .
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cates own lots of it. We do not know. :' 'CALOMEL DYNAMITES your money.
1 If take calomel today you'll be
The trustees of the Internal Improve-
ment Fund ought to. know and oughtto A SLUGGISH LIVER'Crashes sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides
I it may salivate you, while if you take
: tell us how much is coming to the
State Governor Broword, in his exuberant -, Into Sour Bile, making I Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up
R4 speeches, used to tell us the feeling great, full of ambition and
You Srck and You Lose
F I IIIIII I. Everglades lands would pay the Statea i' ready for work or play. It's harmless,
Work. pleasant and safe to give to children;
hundred dollars an acre. And ho a
D o t believed it, too-It was his dream- they like it. ((13-IK)

and Napoleon B. Broward wall an salivates -
Calomel It's
1 mercuryCalomel
honest man. THE BEST
1 lillllllI acts like dynamite on a sluggish finds that his
s When druggist customers
As a matter of fact, we do not know I
II what the trustees are doing. When liver. When calomel comes into all speak well of a certain
I It// Ulu I the Legislature, some years ago, contact with sour bile it crashes into : preparation, he forms a good opinionof
1111 passed a bill requiring them to cover it, causing cramping and nausea. it and when in need of such a med
; II I I II their money into the treasury and If you feel bilious, headachy constipated i icine is almost certain to use it him
draw it out as other funds, the bill and all knocked out just go 1 self and in his family. This is why so(
\! was vetoed upon the ground that it to your druggist and get a 50 cent, many druggists use and recommend
might hamper trustees. bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. J. B. f
I : ?! I \ \ Now, whose plain, honest duty is it a harmless vegetable substitute for 'Jones, a well known druggist of Cub-
I f to drain the Everglades? dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful run. Ky., says, "I have used Chamber-
! \ To speak plainly, the whole of Flor- and if it doesn't start your liver and luin's Cough Remedy in my familyfor
kt ida has been for years, neglected for straighten you up better and quicker the past seven years, and have
i ''I I I t the sake of the Everglades. We have than nasty calomel and without mak- i found it to be tho best cough medicineI
plenty of high and good land all over ing you sick, you Just go back and get I have ever known.-Adv.

I Ir i the State ready for clearing and cultivation '.
h hI but it gets no attention because "
: 1J I I of the everlasting talk about
Ij the Everglades. When people in Brad

I I ,,drainage ford and Aluchua or any !other county .!

I y I I
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,i i tax themselves and drain it.
tt I I Let tho syndicates ill tho Everglades -
: II\lI\iHlUllillmlllUIIUIU\ \ UI I do. likewise, instead of runningto .
II "'IIII' \ ,
:; I I about smokes, Prince Albert If Ever Near Graham I
; '\ to a joyhandout standard A I'KINrfKIl7S JkElThe "
that just lavishes smokehappiness on other day I rend tho list of Call At The Farm Of :
? \ every man game enough to make a bee line for a members of the new Polish cabinet. I' ,

\ tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe-old or new I It contained such names us Wojcie- .
u i thowskl Janisscewski, Przesmyckl,
Get it that what you've hankered for in ,
.. . straight Minklewski, and Pruchmk. It reminded -
sp . . . LP pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty me of ni) incident in Chicago a few .4 S
? in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality years ago. A linotype operator was
setting a portion of the city directory About One Mile South Of Graham, 'I
k "T You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your containing the names of many ,1 I
i Poles.] He came to. n name he could l i
make horse And See The Young
; tongue or parch your throat than you can a not decipher. To fill tho space and

v drink when he's off the water I Bite and parch are cut make the proof easy to correct, he 1 "

out by our exclusive patented process I ran his fingers, down the capital keys POLAND CHINA HERDThe
and got: a line like this:
( ; You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat BTAION': SIIKDLU, 23 n 65th st.

;; the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a The proof came back from the proof

P ; section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care render marked: 6oth Finest In The County
Etuoin Shrdlu, U341 ;; St.
", to remember back .

k Buy Prince Albert everywhere; tobacco i. mold. Toppy red ban*. "I see you have a new man making
n tidy red lint. hanjiome pound and half pound tin humidort-and up the classified ad page: ," said the
t .that clever practical pound crystal glait humidor with sponge visitor to the composing: room. "Yes,"
moiitener top that heepe the tobacco in such perfect condition.. answered the foreman. "What becameof

i q e., t itihy R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C. Jones, who"had the job asked the
? a.",HijoofiUTubueoCa, visitor. "Oh replied the foreman,
I "we had to let him go.: Jones was n
v s -. ---
I good man, but he got rattled in the I.
HONOR: IHnGmSTS; FOIl i ware merchants and handlers of dyna- He showed that these fertile lands rush; the other night and put the ad
h TIIKIK: ATTITUDE.f I mite anti other high, explosives likewise have already partially drained" by the' of an undertaker under 'Amuse
( observed this law and saved uncounted State and that some of then have ments,' "-Ex.I Ii
Eustis, r'Ia., Jan. 31. 1919 millions of dollars worth of been brought under cultivation at the
To W. D. Jones, 1'renidont State Board property, from enemy depredations. I nominal cost of from three to eight\1 I nKSTOBRO: : .
.. 1, of Pharmacy and Members: Honor to all. dollars an acre." I
( I. Gentlemen I read with profound It is a purt of my reward that in We have two governments of'thol I Roberta Ga., Jan. 21, 1917.
!: Sl; interest and satisfaction in The Tam- my rounds I found the druggists, I of I people, the State and the Federal. To Old Kentucky Mfg. Co.,
; tH pa Times of Jan. 30, your public Florida engaging cheerfully in observing them we should be equally loyal. To Paducah, Ky.
I appeal to the druggists of Florida this measure for saving lives each .of them we pay taxes. Our Gentlemen: :
t i ; "asking them to use all their influence nnd property here while our boys were 'State government is not in debt. Our A Mr. Will Wachter of this county THE UNIVERSAL CAR
4 with the representatives from their respective fighting our enemies' over there. Hence Federal government is enormously so. I had some hogs;: that were down with ,
i counties for tin amendment to it would have disillusioned me had If there is a state in the United cholera and had given up all hope of
I the prohibition bill passed at the recent your organizations remained silent in States to whom the Government has saving them and would not spend one \
1 special session of the Florida leg- face of the vile temptation that is held I been liberal it is the State of Florida. penny on them. I gave him one 15 The policy of the Ford Motor Com
islature. out to you all to dispense intoxicating When we bought Florida from pound pail of your B. A. Thomas' Hog
;' I note further your statement that liquors under our abortive prohibition Spain the territory was looked uponas Powder and he has just come in and pany to sell its cars for the lowest possi-
the organizations of which you gentle- law passed at the recent special session practically low or swampy land paid me for it, and advises that everyone : ble price consistent with dependable
r. men are the governing officials "claim of the legislature, which you gentlemen and subject to overflow. In 1850 the of his sick hogs got well and that ,
II that by placing the sale of whisky and : publicly proclaim "will place Federal government gave every acre he had killed them and now has them quality, is too well known to require
t brandies in their (druggists': ) hands, the sale of whiskey and brandy in I of this land to the State for the pur- : in his smoke house, and that they were Therefore because of
i by means of prescriptions! opens the druggists' hands, opening the door toward pose of "drainage reclamation and internal Ills fine as any he had killed this year. comment. pres-
door toward converting the drug stores converting the drug stores into improvement." In 1855; Florida I want to add that he siiid his hogs' ent conditions, there can be no changein
I into ," saloons." board known the "Inter- and sick that he had to
saloons created<1 a as were: down so
"I note fuither: that M. M. Taylor, How in the name of God could a nal Improvement Board," consistingof prize their mouths open and his mouth the prices on Ford cars:
1 a well known Tampa druggist, an executive blatant prohibition governor, sign such the Governor and certain other, poured the powder down their Runabout $500.00
j officer of both the organizations a bill? Calling the legislature; together members of his cabinet and gave them throats.
; I am now addressing I says: in expensive session for the ostensible:' plenary power to do practically as I Please find! check in full of my account Touring car 525.00
,. "The first class drug stores of Floridado purpose of passing a state-wide "dry" they pleased. They have done so.i and with kindest regards we beg Cuupelett 650.00
not want the responsibility attached law, Ciov. Catts finally approved a They have contracted with and soldto to remain: ,
to the new law, and that most of monstrosity that caused the liquor whom they pleased. I Yours very truly Chassis 475.00
{ the first class drug stores do not now people to rejoice. Instead of closing a When the act was passed! giving, BANKSTON BROS. Sedan 775.00
nor have they bundled whiskey: for few score saloons, Mr. Catts peOiI Florida the swamped and overflowedland Sold byJ. .
yours. Under this act tho drug men the door toward converting the drugstores it gave Florida the right to select I C. Manning, Starke. Truck Chassis 550.00 '
of the state have been placed 1 almost (500 or 1,000 in number) into the land Many: of the highest I Douglass, & Knight, Lake Butler. These prices f. o. b. Detroit
In the position of policing tho liquor saloons." hnd best lands in the State were se W. L. Overstreet, Lawtey.
, dispensation. I sincerely: honor anti exalt the state lected. Not because of any intended A, P. Andrews Uaiford. I
"We are not in favor of the act ns board of pharmacy anti, the state pharmaceutical dit.honet.ty but because no actual surveys -I J. V. Jones, Hampton.. _Adv. FORD GARAGEA.
it now stands," says Mr. Taylor, "and association for its fine exhibition were ever made. Any countysurveyor --. --- -- --
we hope the next: session: of the legislature of public decency anti moralityand will tell you now that about No Worms In a Healthy Child
will amend the present law." patriotism in this vital matter, the highest and driest land in his: I All children troubled, with worms have an unhealthy
,. I have a two-fold! purpose in adf pine: your noble. record under the explosives county is State lond.Flol'itla rule,there color l I. more or indicntos Ire* ntumnch pour blond dh'urbnnct, and n a Proprietors
dressing. gentlemen representatives net above described, were its Kinds sale. The :
f you put on (;t.KOVE TAS1ELES3 chill TONIC given rt-MiilJrly STARKE, FLORIDA
ns you arc of your great profession sheer h>pocrisy.It Government continues to give its remaining for two or three wtvk will enrlili the blumt. In:
i with which the public comes Into! is to weep and not to laugh when lands: to homesteaders.: Florida cnlnit prove Tonic the duration to tha whala,nod act syitem.,as a General Nature srringt'will tli .
contact! moro often daily than with wo reflect" that all the battles we have supposedly, now owns: millions of thm.odor dl8"el the warms,end the(hllil wI"lit
nny other. I perceive: In your attitude, fought to free fuir 'lorid.i from licensed acres and the Federal Government la perfect health. I'leaaant, to tako. tIOa our.bath
above described a fine moral tone th! tIt saloon; are negatived, by one only about one hundred and twenty ,
would bo worse than criminal for stroke of a demagogue's pen. 0 Prohibition thousand. I
the legislature to disregard. And by what a crime has been committed The Florida Legislatures of the past
your said attitude you have vindicatedmy in thy name! Respectfully. granted State lands liberally to ruil-
frequent reports! to Washington CKAKKNCK: U. WOODS:-: load =Nobody blamed them because
that the Florida druggists. and their U. S. Inspector of Explosives it was for Internal improvement. Wo
wholesalers, have uniformly exhibited -----. cannot now recall all the grants because Not Measured In
the most commendable spirit of cooperation WHO OWNS: Tilt: F.Klicff: ,\DKS? all railroads got them. We S
and uprightness in the observance remember the old l Florida Southern
of the U. S. explosives regu The Times-Union! contained an editorial from Puhitka via Gainesville to Punta --- ---------
lations. As r have moved among. shedruggists the other day under the title. Gonla'" got ten thousand acres a mile
and! wholesalers I have had "Government should reclaim fertile and I the P. & A. from River Junctionto
-....... abundant opportunity to learn their lands." It tells. us of a strong pica I'ensacola got twenty thousand l per Dollars and Cents
\ mental and moral and patriotic ntti- "that was made to Congress by Senator : mile. |
it -'1 tude toward a war mcn-nire thnt not Park Trammel!, of Florida, in We may also odd that Congress in ;
t only inconvenienced: and 1 nnnoyed them connectiin with the bill for the reclamation 185; ; voted directly: to several railroads 1
and their customers in some instances, of arid and swamp lands in in Florida thousands: of acres f l
but put the acid test to their loyalty the )West in which he strongly urged which did not pass through the hands: The lull measure of a bank account is not merely in the number of dollars and cents 1
to the United States. The druggists that the Government include the un- of the trustees. but to help us as a
i succeed in getting together. The full measure is found in the
lands of Florida. you 'r
all semed drawn together: by a common drained or Everglades people, In our internal improvements.
purpose, a common vision of tho ." 1 Maybe: these large, holdings by these '
country's danger from the sale miscellaneously And) all of that-every word of It- rich owners will explain an expressionused HABITS OF THRIFT I
of certain explosive ingredients sounds good. Hut mind you' we say by the Times-Union "nbout tho If
an eager: loyalty nnd l a flaming sounds good. Anything we hear of poor showing we have made about the

desire to do everything in their powerto these days, coming our way, sounds: number of acres under cultivation." '!I Ii inculcated' during the time the account is accumulating. This bank solicits the opportu- j
help America weather the storm good. i We want to say this, and we believe'
; descending upon her: But whose plain, honest duty is it every abstractor in Florida will endorse nity loco-operate' with you in accumulating both the account and the habit. I

As I say the service demanded 1 was to drain the Everglades? The Times- it, that more than half of all - .'
I often: distasteful drudgery, necessitating Union quotes Senator Trammell assaying the farms in Florida were original
the loss of some business: -refusing : I homesteads granted by the Govern-
to sell to a stranger or to a friend "Among other things he stated that ment. I' BANK OF STARKESTARKE I
whether day laborer clergyman' phy the Government had shown only n Now if the Government is: reclaim-
ldnn, banker or farmer, unless each disposition to improve arid lands in ing lands in the West by irrigation
i and all owned a U. S. explosive license, its reclamation work in the past, but and by drainage, it is reclaiming its
and exhibited it at every purchase. To now that the swamp or overflowed: own lands: that, in the language of FLA.State .
I this rigid, may I say stubborn, adherence lands of the West had been includedin dear old Senator Call, "it may give
to the letter and spirit of that the bill he thought it was high i homes to people." I II II Countyand City Depository
attribute the tremendous time that the lour million or more doesI .
t .1 I law. we may I I Hut the Government probably
falling off of explosions und fires during acres of rich black mud in Florida i I not own an acre in the Everglades.The L'-----' Ejr
I the past 15 months. The hard- should be given some consideration. railroad, own lots of it. Syndi





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[Consulting The Farmer I DOUGHBOYS INVADEFHSTOCC .. ,
TO Tin\; GIRLS OK AMERICA'Contributed e

; RESORT! ) r
About Fertilizing Practices .'
. aet, ? a4 o . agvs.e

1 Your soldier boys arc coming home. . 4 hr
flaunts of Napoleon Are Horn
REPRESENTATIVE SOUTHERN FARMERS SELECTED BY COUNTY I The trash sot before thorn is npiivl;'' ,
to A. E. 1'. Through E!.
AGENTS. TELL WHAT THEY <..RE DOING THROUGH THE Troops i done, and now, lny by I day, wcok '>;;.
USE OF FERTILIZERS-VALUABLE DATA OF torts of Y. :M. C. A. Forces to week, month I by month the hips nn J .

1 PRACTICAL SORT Better "Leave" Facilities.Paris. taking thorn home.If lr

\\c' have done w1it\ was for love< I
By J. N. Harper, Director, Soil Improvement Committee, Atlanta.Ga. .-\Vhe-e Napoleon in and of you.\ Dimly wo understood" that WI'>
ling Edward VII of England spea had been sent out to slay something'
many leisure hours the American ei which!, if it throve mwhl'cJI.u1d i
Wbat themselves those the Coastal Plains
do the farmers lay reporting from
at The tram
listed are now play -
men one day ranch; out across the 1 suits randdestroy
:;,[" t bout th.* use of fertilizers Certainly Region was 36.3 bushels per acre and o.s yacht club at Cannes, founded and< ,' our I beautiful hunlnw'il'II' -

no one IK more. qualified to speak at the average amount of fertilizer u6.11was patronized by King Edward and 31Snuveur "tho land of the five and the homo of r

to their value than they Thin quea 444 pounds where the third! Napoleon' wa the In'uve. V x

,'r, Won has been asked of a great many The average formula of this fertilizer acid wont to go: with his court, Indicate the Very dourly understood that by l j
was 8.4<< cent phosphoric ,
farmers In the Southeast, and their per variety of attractions offered by tho JM ourselves would you bo judged iiiuoii)
3.1 per cent nitrogen, and 26 per ClOut C. A. In the leave area system il V SOaTivf ->
answer are most enlightening. potash. open the free pooplo; that the hour hadstruck a ; Ia
The writer obtained through the After according ated In co-operation with the military thnt tee show mankind the nettle !- A r n I lv L v
County Demonstration Agents the classifying/ reports result- authorities. From the Alps to the lye- of our I'll"A\ Ihl believe this, then 4 u r
to the
yield, following t
names of more than a thousand of ennes and from the Brittany coast tithe were nut ono of us who did not walk i n
he most representative farmers livIng were obtained: Riviera there are seven "Y" 1f' little straighter live a !little oloiinor

In the states of North Carolina,, Average Yield Average Amt. In which 60,000 soldier can 00 work n !littlo bettor), fight n little harder 4 0r (
Couth Carolina and Georgia. To these Of Corn Of Fertilizer entertained at one time. Preparation on that account.' I
were sent a Questionnaire asking for Per Acre. Used Per Acre. are now under way to Increase thnm. We wanted all the world I to know ,Itx ? la,

Information as to the yields obtained 20 liuuheli . . 310 Lbt. much.appreciated facilities to double the kind of mettle Amorion win made:

from cotton and corn, and the formuln 25 Bushels, . . .355 Lbs their present capacity.Representatives of. This i is to lot you know that those .
and amount of fertilizer used. They 30 Bushels . . .404 Lbs. of the army and of ships will bring Lock, more thui two
were also asked to give the soil type 35 Uuxlu-Is . . .450 Lbs. the Y. M. C. A. are now traveling from million soldiers-every, ono a better,

Several hundred answers were recelvd 40 IJuxlula . . 469.. Lbs. one end of France to the other seeking citizen than when he milled.1'ettor ,
': and these have been carefully clas- 45 Ilushrls . . .. Lbn. new spots In which to set up I.avl'arpas. citizens ' .

Need according to crop yields.Results Tho reports from the Piedmont R..- The experiment: at Alx:.les Balm ,each other hotter, rich

on Cotton Yield glon showed the average yield from all bas been successful from the start,, :and low, rough and "" \ '
Grouping the reports of the farmers reporting an 33.2 bushels of corn per as America now knows pretty well west, north and sou 111.

: from the Coastal Plain Region, the following acre with the average amount of fertilizer from first-hand Information carried mixed' us nil together fl\
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.
results were rhown: 330 pounds home b.IrR.!\ ,, ROC the mettle in l'ver I
woman' canteen
who organised
Average: Yield Average Amt The formula averaged 8.7 per cent Union-and it is not
Lint Cotton Of FertilizerPer phosphoric acid, 2.5 per cent nitrogen work at Ali."Aches the olive drab chilled !
and Pains", was an Ideal spot
Acre Used Per Acre. and 11 poor cent potash. The formula froze them in their
but six others have
for the experiment
166 Lbs . . 300' LbB. reported for both cotton and corn was Hotter citizens '
found and put In operation oacl
250 Lbs . . 875 Lbs. given as used prior to the World War. :-almo t n million-
875 Lbs.. . . CIS Lbs. Classifying the report l Into groups equally satisfactory as the origins dwelt in that "
mod.Consf'qu.ntly\ It III I with optImism .
600 IJt>s. . . .8- 5 Lbs. according to yields. the following re- which nowhere in this 4
that the army and the "Y" seek)
625 Lbs, . . 780 Lbs. sults are shown: Is quite so animated .
750 Lbs . . .849' Lbs. Average Yield Average Amt. to Increase have been the centres found for where homesick lllIl'eurplI strange, simple (,,,

1,000 Lbs, . . 950 Lbs. Of Corn Of FertilizerPer doughboys. : called the Front. : -

''.: The average formula of the fertilizer Acre. Used Per Acre. Location climate, hotel acrnmmodntlons Bettor citizens "'('

reed was 8.6 per cent phosphoric acid, 15 Bushels . . 183 Lbs. opportunities for entertainmentand you mean more to us Be
: '.J per cent nitrogen, and S 2 per cent 25 lluihels . . .281 Lbs. sightseeing and the moral and For ono thing we

,r potash. 30 Dushels . . 350 Lbs. physical cleanliness of the area arealllmpnrtant what it is to do '
':' Grouping the reports of the farmers 45 Bushels . ,\ .500 Lbs. in the selection of a some for a little while, ), I
i 'I:' the Piedmont Region according to minable months. Of
of The above result from the farmers leave resort. As soon as. a site IF
.. the yields obtained the following facts themselves strikingly coincide with the selected the largest available Is obtalned A. E. K,. though we J

are shown: results obtained at the southern experiment by the Y. M. C. A. as Its main ''it in our letters 1 has ( ul .
' Average Yield Average Amt. stations, and these figures show center of operations, men and women ly homesick ns the t
Lint Cotton Of FertilizerPer that as the use of fertilisers Is Increased are assigned to service and negotiations could' wish Hut, surely 1

Acre. Used I'er Acre. I. so Is agricultural production are begun to secure reduced ,, thing to )be" homesick. 1 ,. I''

320 Lbs . .200> to 300 Lbs. ncrenBciI. prices from such entertainment enterprises Those who were at /
385 Lbs . .400 to 500 Lbs.1 Many thousand of acres of land In as cannot be duplicated b)' and northwest of ('
438 Lbs . 600 to 700 Lba. the Coastal Plains of the South when' the Y. M. C. A. and every effort It wonderful things that >

540 Lbs, . .800 Lbs. first cleared, did not produce morn made to give as much service' as pos. has done" hut ono and. \ !

The fertilizer formula for cotton than 10 bushels of corn per acre. Today slble. The army provides transfer" to set out from( our ,
used on the sandy clay loams of this ,, they are producing, from 40 to S0t tatlon and pays the hotel bills, thereby journey nil\ the way :
region averaged 8.6 per cent phosphoric bushels, by the liberal use of fertilizer enabling the soldier to enjoy all the lisl'over-Anll'ric8! <

acid, 2.65 per cent nitrogen, and 2.11 Crop yields must be greatly Increased ' attraction formerly restricted to Hut wo, at the early
per cent potash. to meet the constantly growIng logs and emperors and malefactor wcre'liko\ the idle
Quite a number of farmers In both demand for foodstuffs and other. of great wealth. men, inheritors of a ...

regions reported the use of nitrate of agricultural products. The most economical The Jetty Casino at Nice and the ly he could\ value, who '
soda as a Bide application In addition ,, way to produce crops is by Municipal Casino at Cannes are the sacrifice amassed it. 't
to the fertilizer. The quantity used Increasing the acre yield, and there are evotrei of attraction In the Riviera done more than inherit \ { COMPANY

ranged from 40 to 100 Ibs. per aero. but two ways of doing this-by better for the 8,500 men who can bo accom- it; we were children of I ,
Results On Corn Yields. 'I cultural methods. and by the more Mb-J, modated In thin area. Many offleeri Wo have uijded< to it i
The average yield of corn from all I eral use of plant food. I favor this Mediterranean section and wondering eyes of the ; Snpplie! ,

'there Is a "T" club for them everything our home-America. ,...-we ha. ijifirj cur :

. DON'T CASH YOUR W. S. S. r have been sacrificed and our war debt except the gambling that wag And now dear girls l'

increased many Billions. topped by the government at the beginning from the Rhine, in the ; ....,.. i. line with On.lil. i;
bond issue-the Vie. of the war Is at the disposalof
Another great heroes that lay I
according to a report from the office of the tory Liberty Loan-will be floated the Americans.. Golf and tennis and heath the little wooden

State Director of War Savings, an next April. Treasury officials have other athletic companionship sports, bathing, boating local Ill! true to you ns we ( seed which have
of the
unusually large number of War Saw announced that it will be for not less and the The American ), soil and climate.
are the most popular attnMtlon -
Dollars. With this
than Five Billion
ings Stamps have been presented to love.
the postmasters at money order post issue, Liberty Loans will pass into *. Texas Seed

offices for redemption. The volume of history; the job will be finished. :VO ACT OF : : Peas, On
demand for redemptong became so Heretofore the Billions have been lets made the presentation speech. He ( UIItEI
destructive This walt noted for that sort of thing
that the State Director issuedan used for purposes.
great appeal to the people generally to time the bulk of the money derived "The great virtue of the whole human If Homo great act Bee supplies

refrain from cashing their War Sav- from the sale of these securities will mechanism of this railroad," he necessary to protect ( desired! in our
constructive work.It declared, "is that every man in the '
ings Stamps, except when the necessities be spent in croup, no mother "
were urgent He points out will go towards maintaining our I organization plays a thinking part. protect her offspring!:,
that many persons may be cashing army of more than a million men enforcing There are no insensate cogs. Each i only necessary to keep is ready Write i .
Y their stamps because they think the the armistice terms upon Germany -i man knows exactly why he's where he tie of Chamberlain's (

Ji necessity no longer exists for holding This army must remain in Eu- is." : mil give it as soon r"i

them. rope until permanent peace i il estab I Next to this speaker sat the oldest cation of croup ,

According to a financial statement lished. The sick and wounded soldiers employe, while in the third chair was many who neglect it. J'V
j made by the Secretary of Treasury, overseas and at home must be cared the president of the road. Some time Cough Remedy is '
the Government's need for money for and eventually the rest of our 'I later, during a lull In the festivities all and is prompt and

during the year 1919! will be in the army brought back. But the work the president leaned over to the oldest
neighborhood: of twelve billions of dol- this money will do must not end I employe. "By the way, Mike, he I n
here. The men who have been dis- I' laid, "there's something I've been

expenses abled; who sacrificed, eyes, arms or wanting to ask you. Just why ii it "

1 eration that any very large amount legs, must be taught self-supporting YOU go alongside the trains and tap TINES I Ij

of War Savings Stamps will be pre- trades. For what nobler purpose couldit their wheels with a hammer as you I
4 sented for redemption. So those persons be used than in protecting these do?" sourNEan.
who thoughtlessly present their heroes from future poverty and distress The oldest employe scratched his I j
for redemption undoubtedlywill IOur head. "I'll tell you, Mr. Smith, he
'Stamps embarrass the Government. If I soldiers did not relax when answered; "I'm damned if I know-- SFFQS '

these'stamps were purchased to help the Hun retreated. They kept on fighting Cartoons__:Magazine.-' ._ (I'' ..
win the war, the purchaser is honor. until the very minute the armis
bound to observe the conditions of the tice became effective. We at home Florida's wholesale merchants must ,
We haVe peculiar means of communication -
should should follow their example. a
sale which were that purchaser mllU1Ill1lWnmmmmcnalJrnJ
1 should put out full force behind this with the big markets of the coun- POPULAR !
until ,,
5 hold these stamps January 'S SOC.AL5 av ALL.. i
Loan and provide the Govern- try. When prices raise a fraction of a
1923 and only to cash them when Victory 5.5 Sham "'P :' :
r.- ) ::: ::
there was urgent necessity for funds. ment with the means for carrying cent Florida wholesalers are put wise Ih.7.Oe I...a.., ... : =of I d. ,
1 The Government does not ask that through the work forced upon it by within a few seconds and act accord. be. po.wlusa t;....... ..
Ingly, but when prices drop it takes. POPUUI.MCN.Ntca .
the public refrain from cashing stamps war. i ... Mi.lee.s .._ c..
under all condition but does ask each IIi I weeks for the fact to reach our enter- .

person who asks for a refund of his i liE WAS ALL THERE ASA prising wholesale merchants. Last
carefully to consider the ef- WHEEL-TAPPER: week butter dropped fifteen cents a
but Florida wholesale mer-
will have not only othersin
fect it upon
before the hants have not learned anything y
his community, but what it would In the days governmenttook yet
and trans- about it.-Wauchula Advocate.
mean for the Government if every over all the railroads : t
them collectively into a marvelous
''i body in the United States who bought i- '
more than a billion dollars' worth of smooth running, ball-bearing GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN

stamps were to ask for their money system, one big eastern transportation WITH LEMON JUICE NO TWO "FLU"
liked to boast about
company ,
within the next thirty days.
i It is not the purpose of the Treasury its superior efficiency. Booklets eu !
,,I Department to in anywise pro- logizing its perfection were writtenby Make a Beauty Lotion For A

test anyone taking advantage of the a leonine advocate of health foods Few Cents to Remove Tan, it
sale of War Savings and hammered brass and everythingelse Dr. N'ewcomb. a .
terms of the
him coin. Freckles Sallowness. -rhu wa called from .
that would bring ,
! Stamps, but it extends the same request he Government to help J '
One the railroad's agent ed dtseaae tnauenza. d
before they were day press '
' it extended :
I Lamp Uix. where. It Is I
'I bought-that thy buy regularly and had a great idea. "Let's give a dinner Your grocer has the lemons and any by toe core every day. ,
consistently and that they be held I and a loving cup to the oldest employe drug store or toilet counter will sup- ifler many. pout
until that time when the Governmentcan when his fiftieth. year with the company ply you with three ounces of orchard ca./hyalclan*** were hanllJ.
I more conveniently redeem them. I ends," he suggested to the president. white for a few cents. Squeeze the been At found this wrltlnn for /no
I "It will get us lots of newspaper Juice oi two fresh lemons into a tot- lo I I" he careful and at

BONDS FOR RECONSTRUCTIONrThrough space. The speakers can make efficiency Lie: hen put in the orchard wnite and leadnrha.Irrd. listless backache, CO. 4
: 1 1t
I and loyalty their theme. shake welL This makes a quarter pint told-Is. I to take ' ,

the four Issues of war So it was done. The oldest employe /f the verv best lemon skin whitener .nodernte onnftlon doses use Plank'for a I I'I 'iIIj I

bonds floated since May, 1917, the I was old Mike Somebody, who for end complexion beautifier known. Spray to sterilize: the >v
the whole fifty had this lotion ".1M.....
Government raised nearly Seventeen practically years lafsage fragrant, creamy I Both can be had s Line
Billion\ Dollars. I been a wheel-tapper. Day after day, daily into the face, neck, arms andmrds ,' your druggist, and ** I.
This vast sum, invested largely in at the terminal, he walked alongsidethe and just see how freckles! tan Chili md l'i Tonic cent has For been ..a 1.
of destruction broughtthe passenger trains, and tapped all lallowntss! redness and roughnewlicapptar Fold remedy and '
implements Hun to terms twelvemonths the wheels with a hammer, and listened and how smooth soft and I lemlc It was .. .
autocratic loving many
than expected. Had intently amid the metallic jargon clear the skin becomes Yes! Its i nr* and nuri4**.c""u,7" : : :: I
hurt I Ui& and th. beautiful result ifartured. only by the
U' the war dragged in for another year of the yards. I' .ratlvn Company.
thousands of American lives would The author of the efficiency book.1w.N will surprise you..-Adv. (98)) aaclt, Jackonvllle,

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charge of the ditching crowd and is move his family there next week. Ipp.KtN HAVE A FAMILY LIKE THIS? NOVEL FEATURES
rl WelfArrecle -
County TelegraphPublished doing good work. :Mrs. Clara Crawford was the guestof 1- received

_. \ I I Capt. Collier is now in charge of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Tuesday. The largest grand total of children Aeroplane parachutes in America con-
the stockade. He has been quite nick( i iI :Miss! Viola Thomas has just receiveda borne by one wife seems to be sixty- I siderable thought duringthe
Weekly, and entered aa eec;I but is now better and soon will be able' letter from Alexander II. Warren, two. This record is set to the credit war, and several interesting inventions '

i end claiM matter at the post-office at,, to attend to his duties again. I who has been stationed somewhere In of the wife of a poor weaver in Scotland I resulted. Among the these there
illustrated in
Starke. Florida. Capt. J. D. Hicks has charge of the France for some time stating that who bore her husband forty-six is one, February tseems .!

==.= =-, ,--= "'-- .-. I wood crew and Is very energetic as is : he had just arrived in the U. S. A., boys and four girls who grew to man Popular Mechanics novel Magazine to that ,.;
amount of wood and expected to be home soon and womanhood and a' dozen sufficiently warrant
the hood
E. 3. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner. shown by large A double parachute is carried ,
their notice.
cut and shipped as well as supplying others who died ere reaching I,
J. C. ROBINSON Associate Editor. HANDLING YOUNG CHICKS in a container beneath the fuselage
the farm. Exchange.
the many fires on I connected to the pilot's seat, ;\
I is in "; L and
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Carlton prisoner
Marion a a
charge of the stock and with his assis- I The poultry short course which was ; Plan the crops his spring so that which is so arranged that it is drawn I
FEB UAR.Y 1919! mules held in January at the College of Agriculture I abundance rearward and downward through the Ji
1C919 ____ tants Is keeping the horses, you will be sure to have an
/eK. M01{ 1'lea I-&D J.u /R.. MI I I cattle and goats in fine condition. I II I was a splendid success. At of feed and forage for all of the stockon body, carrying the airman with it f .(
I is released \
: sectioin that school the extension poultry husbandman little to when the parachute and
Dan Carlton, a prisoner=, is the farm, and perhaps a
-- I N. W. Sanborn, put himself I allowed to
-z- -r- boss on the farm railroad near Highland Dr. sell. open. f'
to the S. A. L. R. R. near Rai on record as preferring the artificial -
through the farm. brooder to the hen. However, if
2345678 ford passing
I During the past week 288 acres of the hen is used he advises that she be ,.

plowed 275 cords of wood handled as follows:
ground was ,
91011 131415 | sold for $780, 750 pecan trees set out, To those who brood by the hen all BOOST Home State by sendingyour
of electrical work dene beside there is to say is to let the hen do the your
16 17 18 19 20 21 the a usual work of the place. I brooding. Keep the hen free from lice tiL11MLTea octntPO

:! The humanizing influence of Capt. and also keep her dry and keep the Mail orders to a Florida HouseOur
' 23 742526 27 2t Blitch's work is being felt in every I coop clean. It is no real task; all thatis
: and care When comes
; and better results are obtained needed is thoughtfulness company
.. -- .1 department than usual. What is being done ful attention. Baby chicks will rush there is no time to Service has given us National prominence

t WOKTIIINGTONI ; i hero by the methods of Capt. Blitch_ I under the old hen whenever they feel; ,! waste-no chances to I

. 1 -- will put this farm one of the: ben the need of a little warmth. It n, be taken-so mothersees \

h ''. Worthington: Fcb. 14-Mr. and 1\IrsI managed'' in the United, States, and therefore very important that the hen'' that there is always l. r 1

Perry und !Mr. and Mrs Jtuiford, of these methods will be copied by otht should be kept dry. : a can of 1 FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
relatives here Thurs allow the hen her ]libcrt;;
" Raiford visited Stilton and the cause of humanit 1 11I1rjtl'Iy Do not OUR
; I advanced. i with her brood for at least four weeks I CALUMETBAKING

". !. day.Mr.. White, of New Castle Pa., i ispending is'' Capt. Ulitch's son, who has> been so This will give the chicks plenty of Everything in BOOKS
i I
t : : the winter here. I critically ill for some days, Is now up.; opportunity to (ret strong Unless tho< POY/DE3 fJ LEADING
'" Harrison spent Sunday ufo' Co Is hort and condition favorable Complete Office Outfitters
; Inmim The State I-'arnf Amusement grass: j
.. Huller not to turn her out Cakes pie" :: LINES
e tc-rnoon in Lake were unable to put on 'Little Mis it Is better on hapd.- : i|
t F, Miss 1lnllielullif1.A': and niece, Aim Nobody" last Saturday night, fo the ns early as four weeks. The first two dough nuts,mu Pins :a call < ,..' Ii Toys and Athletic Goods

Mullings: are visiting relatives here minstrel! put on a good! show closin weeks, however are the most import I good things iv e; t !" ,

u-,, Mr. N. K Taylor. spent last wek with the "Old Plantation," and wa>l lint in the life of the chick, and the I must be dressed: up i t" Artists, Surveyors and Draftmen's Materials

t visiting her parents in Elisville.KiMsiii : thoroughly enjoyed by the entire uui: most important factor is brooding during their best taste! a-1: ",
Ware spent the week-end wither fence I "Little Miss Nobody'' will be that period. The hen will do thu'' I I."
sister, Mrs. W. :M. Overstreet, It,4 i iLnki in I put on next Saturday night. properly if let alone and given tho< i 1 looks. tl'to: KODACS, Photographic Supplies

for place. To those operating Then too, her reputation ....
Butler k These shows have been put on proper t
Walter Langford was in town one the amusement of the inmates and i i is brooders the best advice that can bo( : as a cook must "air' Thermos Bottles, Safety Razors

day lust week. doing a lot of good. Visitors are glad given is to watch and follow instruc be upheld nnrl: she b4""

t,, Mr. Dale spent a few days in Jack ly welcomed not only to the show but'' tions. Don't ber too big hearted and "stakes" it nn C'aJuiretcvrt .v1 We carry complete stock in all our lines

sonville !lust week also to sue what is done on the farm I overfeed the baby chicks the first week v time. Shekwwsit

Lorene Ware is spending this and l the condition of the prisoners. I, as it Is a well known fact that more twill rnt disappoint her. Printers Lithographers, Engravers

?g ', In Lake Butler, visiting her week.1: lion A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, and I IHev. chicks die from the result of overfeeding thar- Order a can:: and have the i I

at Mrs. W. M. OverHtreet. Mr. Proctor, of Luke Butler, wer the first week or two "c r.pany" kind of bakings Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System I
Gaines II
L. R. Graham motored to Sunday visitors. I from any other cause. ever ray.Calumet: I
villo Friday. Sunday afternoon a good, game of I I contains only such I I
of Miller! was i In BEST !SILAC.E: : CROPS FOR FLORIDA i II I
t R' Wilbur Brown base ball was played. Hereafter, a ingredients! as have been!
town one day last week 1 game will be played.every Sunday nf- -CORN. CANE SORGHUM 1 1I approved,. officially by the U. TNg W.B.

Messrs. .1. M. Ropers, Inmun Harrison ternoon at four o'clock. I U. S. Food Authorities. O

e and Richard were in Lake But- Senator Crane, a prisoner, Is nov I At one time it was thought that silage I I Yon i... when you buy it. i !

\Ier Saturday night. in the office and l will have charge of : could<1 not be put up in Florida unc You ewe when ,... use it. -
Inman Harrison was in Lake But the statistics. !Ilo Is succeeded in the have it kept in good condition. But it ;1' I .__ S'srATioiyeatBOOKANO ART srofff. ,

lor Sunday afternoon. oil room by J. L. lirance, also a prison has been proven*without question that j J
of Bland was th.. silage can be made and; -
Mrs., V. II. Ellis; just as good
r. in Fir".dnns : ;.. i 4549V.. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.
guest of her daughtr'rIrs.: R. T. Taylor Strange as it may seem over hulf kept in as !good condition -- -
day last week. I IFI here undo in any other section of the coun o --' -
one of the white prisoners are "tur :
Positive orders went out to II 11 ;
: II 1(. Harrison is visiting in I charge of murder and have life sentences try. this mandat, t
: this. week i I lire largely trustys. All. live i iibopcgtif I During the past few years a lot of up-on Madrid. Obeying finally! 'I .'.
; Harrison and \95 pl'r cent the Intelligence Department ,
Messrs. J. M. Rogers, Inmnn being pardoned so tnat1' the;;y silos have been built,
) A certain invei
Roberts arrompanln of the farmers and stockmen who have discovered the ,
and Dennis : return to their families who nee by Misses: Elsie Harrison and Georgii I their may care and! assistance. tried the silo and who continue to keep tigator at his wit's end attached record 1 to a I
; of Lake Butler motored tiSturke Vet livestock would not be without their phonograph a
Kpperson P. :M. Homer, D. V. M. U..S.
station which was inve: ,
I the receiving
Friday night to see "The Birtl of the B. A. L In silo.
I erinary Inspector that titrating Madrid. When the buzzin i
of Nation." Eradicatior, There are variety of crops
[ Cholera
a charge of Hog '
Dennis Roberts made a (lying trip] headquarters at Green Cove Springs can be used for silage and Proto J. M came it was inscribed on the soft wax ATTENTION !
afternoon : Station of a record. This first attempt yielded
\ to Jacksonville yesterday on and Dr. S. C, Smith, assistant stat Scott, of the Florida Experiment I result but it furnishedhint. 1\
No. 40 and returned the same night. veterinarian, of Lake City, came i in, says that corn, sorghum and Japanese no specific
J. R. Mott! wns a visitor to Alachui! j' for the of inocculating cane are among the best. Just Running the record at two or
Monday purpose
the minute, seve
should three revolutions to
one day last week.C. the hogs on the State Farm. I which one of these crops'ymi' detecte
i M.! Andrea and wife, of Old Bradford I The oats on the farm are looking choose will depend largely as to whichone I eral experts thought they

P were in town shopping one daj much better. The cold weather and will grow best on your farm. All ; certain letters.Immediately. Automobile OwnersDID

last week, I ruins had only retarded their growth of these silage crops will\ make better I another trial wall

Harry an.i Arthur Edwards, of Old feed if a small amount of cowpeas or made. This time the blank record was
t Bradford, were in town on business RISING beg arweed is added. However, it : run 300 revolutions to the minute a

Monday afternoon. I would not be advisable to add more I speed never tried on phonographs for YOU NOTICE THE BUILDING .:

Parrish, who is teaching than one-fourth to one-third cowpeas musical or oratorical purposes-whe
!Miss Ruby Rising Feb. 14.-Mr. and Mrs. A G ERECTED AT THE REAR
\ school at Old Bradford, was a visitor or beggarweed. i iI used in this way the record revolve I
Mrs :
their daughter
J. Jackson visited ,
here Saturday. I A. J. Stafford lust Saturday at Sapp I There is but little difference in theFeeding only 80 times a minute.

Ida Williams, who has been teaching who is recovering from a serious ill\ value of good corn silage and The buzzing was caught. When the Just as soon as completed, it will be openedas
t school at Pine Level has resigned lorghum silage. Therefore if'your record was re-run at lower speed the

and is hometlClln.. ness.Mrg.. M. J. Fouts left Saturday for1liddleburg land will produce more tons of sor- rode message was obtained I a first class Auto Repair Shop by
Annie McLeod and sister Mrs. Ph than it will corn, grow ;
It p where she will visit hoi ;hum per acre I .
j h W. !McLeod, of Dukes were in town sister, Mrs. R. J. Register for n few sorghum as your silage crop. If onI CROSS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT PRIZE Elbert H. Smith

shopping Saturday.
Brinkley Hayes, of Old Bradford Jreen[; Cove Springs setter crops of corn, grow corn for sil- The Man Who Knows HowI
was! in town Saturday. Announcement has been made by;
i Robert Norman of Jacksonville,
l Fred lla/.en, of Brooker, was in our ige.A the Royal Aero Club of Great Britain
('nme' down Saturday night and visited number of farmers have had poor trust that absolutely honest workmanshipand
4 town for a short whit Sunday. I his parents Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Nor- results in using Japanese cnne as a I of the reposting of the Daily Mail':
L.'royli7.'lIo.: of Dukes was the nun silage There are perhaps several $50,000 transatlantic-flight prize, reasonable charges will give me a liberal ,
guest of friends Sunday afternoon. I :Mrs A. L. Jackson and l daughters easons for this. In the first place it I lays the February Popular :\ll.'chllnlcsll1gnzine. share of your patronage. Thanking you
Httwnrdsof Old Bradford of the contes
Miss ken; ;\ The terms
1 visited I Raiford to cut Japanese
)live Rae I and Edith will require more power I
was in town Saturday IIft'rl'oon.11'11. I .'riduy. cane than it does corn or IIor -emuin the same as in the pnst. Thivnrd < in advance, I am respectfully,
Howell of Alachua, wns hum'l made to the first air-
; L. I II. will be
of Swift
and tramping
I (1 Horsey family It also requires more ELBERT
in town Monday: afternoon. the at the silage well nan who completes, within 72 hours
d >: eek, attended working silo to get the Japanese :
Mr. Lamb is home for a few days ir less a flight between any point Inthe
)yal cemetery Friday stopping with mcked. This is due to the fact that
I this.* week. :Urs. \llersey's ptu'entsIr.! and :Mrs. fapanese (cane as a rule has more dry United States, Canada, or New-I
'i of Eugene; was in town I in
A. Honey, 'oumllnnd and any point
.\. J. Jucksim until Sunday. 1'iives on it than corn or sorghum.
Monday and Tuesday.Mr. We are glad 1 to report A. B. Alvarez iapiinesp cane produces no grain andherefore Britain or Ireland A machine may
: Flowers of Eugene; was in town mil l family as improving from their it does not equal ton for ton. I tot alight on land en route but it mnjlo \ .
halt for
Saturday so on water nnd likewise
; si icire of influenza nth corn or sorghum.'
IJev.I (}. W. S. Ware has. just returned pairs.
:Mrs. A. I.. Jackson and (daughter Xo matter what crop is used for sil- .
filled -
from Autilla, whore he has --
h I':Cdith visited :Mrs L. I. Conner :Mon-
his regular appointments. nA''', tramping it in the silo so ns to Farm help specialist J. O. Trnxleiinys I Lumber
--.--.- lay afternoon awe it thoroughly: packed is the most Quigley
STATE: FARM Mrs. Anderson Harnnge and <111 ugh- important point to keep in mind when he believes the farmers of Flor.j

t'r. Elizabeth; and Misses: Bertha and ling the silo.'MONOGRAPH. da, waste more energy in working

State Farm, Feb. 7.-Among the Ulie Harnuge, of the Vumlerhilt sec- I .-- around stumps than in any other man I
I ion visited l Mrs.: O. J. and l J. S. Jack- '
prominent visitors at the Farm Saturday DETECTS )ier. lie further states that if thisvasted & Supply Co.
were :Mrs. Llmbnugh sister of on Monday: afternoon.A. WIRELESS LEAK'
the superintendent Mrs. J. :M. Truby,I L, Jackson, expects to move hisumily energy was properly appliedt
( to Jacksonville in the next few would increase the crop production '
Starke. I
Joe Truby, of They were very .
much interested in the chicken indus I lays.. Ho has been employed th..refOI' Buzzing and sputtering:, the spark I fully 2.:> Her cent. \

try. some time past.!! .as Acting up. The French Intelligence !- i AGENTS FORFairbanksMorse
Saturday evening lion Ernest] :Mrs. :M. M. Crosby has not yet recovered I'f'pnrtment.1th receivers ull'' iI

1 Amos Comptroller Mr.: Chas. 110n.rOt' I from the case of influenza shehad tuned up for Nauen and :Madrid could I I

Chief Clerk in Treasurers office,, several days, ago. make nothing intelligible out of the INSURED ?
We sorry' to report :Mrs. Will IS YOUR LIFE
his. are
W. Rniford nnd wife, of Raiford supposed message.
.. ......... brother-in-law and wife, of Georgia, I Burney very ill. She was taken to a I "Nothing there!" was the verdictof &CoKEROSENE

were visitors here.' Mr. Amos and ; hospital in Jacksonville Saturday afternoon the wireless expl.'rt.Hl'lIdqunrtf'rs I the Mutual Life Insur
she will I represent
\Ir.\\ whore undergo nn thought differently
Monroe stayed over Sunday. '
x Plowing for spring crops is operation. Her friends> wish her a' says E. T. Bronsdon, the 1 February ance Company of New York the

on rapidly under! the management of speedy recovery_ I Popular Me'hnniesllIgllzine.; The
Mr. Batten a former prisoner but now ---- I I Germans had known far too mucheonverning oldest Company in the United States

s an employee. Thirty-two double plows FNTERI'RISEEnterprise : I I allied troop disposal in .

and burrows are used. All the stalks the Somme advance. News was !getting
Feb. 7.-:Mr.: Frank JOS. E.. WILSONA
t of it
i dead I grass etc., are plowed under. ncroscs constantly; some
land. Starling was:! a business vititor to Mr.: I I acted the baches before .
I 1 This U a great saving for the was upon by : ANDCRUDE
I II. J. Thomas : I I
P tp The hospital and drug store are un- Monday" ever the allied troops In'advanced
der the management of Dr. Kennedy,, "' Gertrude na8 just puwtions could know of the changes l
recovered from an attack of influenza.Rev. made. Careful had made
An gifting aprut"tlcal
well fitted for the place. av
sI a man II. J. Thomas came down from Tonic: Laxative
before him I certainty of the theory that
of forty cases come and
crags: night tha' will remove the bee from the Liver
Jacksonville and spent Saturday
daily but few cases are serious. He a neutral country was sending the leant the System THOROUGHLY without triple
7 is busy man, but always kind and and Sunday with his family. news by powerful wireless. Further or disturbing the stomach/ truly a Perfect Lax-
; a
i courteous to all.Assistant Mr.: John Browning and Mr. Clifford investigation had disclosed that in au...

superintendent N. E.r Crawford motored over to Starke (Madrid: Spain an instrument was LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN

r i '' Brown is the farmer and a man better Saturday afternoon. using the same wave length used habitually I.i the name of a Ri-Mabla and Perfect Dt/ztneu.Laxative Inlueitlon. -
:Miss :Myrtie Norman, our attractive ..hkh eoon rellevee Sick Headache.
by Nauen, the official caused
fitted for this responsible positioncould <11 .Stomach Trouble Gas and nice
not well be found.! 1 teacher, returned to her school Sunday station of the German empire. by a Torpid LJvrr nnd Con tlpton.. Always ute a
I \ D. B. Brantley is now in charge afternoon.We For weeks afterward the allies kepte1lt'rts tillable Laxative In tha treatment ol Colds.Grip
I are sorry to report :Mr. Browning the 1III<11o aeoUl.
the vacationof busy on strange problf'm.'Every
during EUfstlve'nnla
of the plow gang' tAX ros WITH PEPSIN: to a tlqnM
Mr. Batten and has proved himself very ill at this writing. sort of Instrument was tried Laintlve excellent In Ue trTert on the
Mr.: Rafuse was n business visitor to both m. a tonw and ct a InxnUys. It fe
u that he will probably the theory being that perhaps 80m'" v+tem for AJulie. Flea proficient Children w
no ))11"t mt good! fur .
remain with the plowboys as assistant I Rev. H. J. Thomn, Saturday night. special receiving apparatus had been :. Children like It. SOc.Mixlaand the puMlo by PadSf.dtrme
I recommended tr>
Rev. H. J. Thomas returned to Jack. invented which made the of
to Mr. Batten.T. buzzinpjumble Co. St. Lnut.. Mo).. maaulactuier:
B. McDaniel, a prisoner, is in sonville Sunday afternoon and will intelligible. I l.rove>Taiteleee chill rOOM I


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.,' ":, -I .>The reception which W. T. Weeks' I tion it should be covered with TANK PULLS BARGES

Chapters wag planning to have in honorof < layer of soil, and on top of : '\ ON MARNE:' CANAL.

:: their State President on the evenIng ,,I another thin layer of horse I

Bits of LocalInformation ,i I of Feb. 18th, has been called off %-ith a very little soil on top of a month after the arm>-

owing to Illness in the Chapter. Mrs. prevent evaporation In (' one of France's scar

Norris will be the house guest of !Mr practice, we have found one tanks was put in service

J. M. Alvarez Tuesday and Wednesday ; seed sufficient for an acre. : Canal, pulling a con-

1 and Chapter members will be delighted The bed should bo watered {' I { says the February

to have their friends meet Mrs. ally and kept moist After the (' Magazine. While

C--hW Omr fmp. ....IoN..' ..f Norris show above the ground and : in the past have mov-
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grow soil should be added l at a rate of about a ,mile

See our new line of ladies kid few days to make long-nock I I is reported' that the tank

.. By covering shallow at first the task at double that
Ad J'" and patent leather oxfords at
( -I creasing! the soil depth; as the .
d L. H. Hill, of Lawtey visitor $1.00 Hoes selling for 79
was a now Stump's. grow we get the best .

, \\io Starke Thursday. cents at Starke Hardware Co. quick growth. of flour is worth $14.50

W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., will I a TO ( standard price). Con--
v Elmer Lazone arrived in Starke ,
[Sunday for a short stay. Mrs. Laura W. Blizard, of Athens , have as their guest on the 18th and TURN BOAT ON crackers and sold' at 9

I Tenn., is expected to arrive today and 19th of February their State President CANAL ounces (price of a pop-

oats'atBickliter's will be a /guest at the home of her Mrs. Norris, of Tampa. In honor -
Seed Irish potatoes and see Bisecting long boats BO that 'I that barrel of flour brings
brother, Mr. J. W. White of the occasion the Chapter is entertaining -
| 272t. I I at an informal reception could be taken through the fifty dollars for profit,
Canal considered I and putting on mar-
Mrs. D. Moore of Theressa Beautiful ginghams, 35: cent on the evening of Tuesday, the 18th was nn. .
W. was feat a short time ago, but I tho bankruptcy courts
o'clock at the homo of Co'!.
[''a visitor to Starke Thursday. value going at 29 cents Saturday at eight been surpassed, according to the .-Turn pa Tribune.
I 1 W. T. Weeks. Friends: of the Chapterand ,
and Monday at Sternberg'sMrs. Chapter members are cordially!; ruary Popular Mechanics I
All Wliile, goods at reduce* Invited to be present. The "Charles R. Van Hi e," a 191sT"

prices at Stump's. i J, D. Lyles and little dough! ton boat, was wanted for : ;: '' Free
service It had 50-ft. beam, > Catalog
u ,
tor Wednesday
returned to Jacksonville -
on our Groceries an
the I ft. wide.
canal in
Hr. J. P. Tomlinson was n business after spending, ; several days hen onlyI : now. Ono hundred hand-: t
down to the bottom-Price a few'' bout was cut in two nnd each I 11KlIH with brilliant.
: .
of Mrs.
visitor' to Jacksonville Saturday.New ns guests Everett: : iner.Ien.s .
I, _. staples and be convinced-Casl was turned on its side, in order nnturil: rotor"* It's bolh
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taken the locks. \ 111\ helpful. and all I Hint in
through !
'm( edfor spring planting, includingcorn :\ and Hoys suits'; at re- Department Store. this position each section will to get It I I. II poxlul\ ..1',1,

beans, chufas, N. C. pea duccd! prices at\t Stump's.Mrs. the look sides by just eight : | will Unit cur 1II1D! \ cutu-

nut, and all kinds> of vegetable: seed In answer to a I..tterIr.:\ L. V. .. : worth wlillo 10'>011.
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at Whll< 'M. 2-1 a-2t. i ilei-ibi urn sold ,\11"t Tf t
; [ \V. II. Kuhl returned last week! :Moore\ of Starke: wrnto to the captain :Nolici1' Applicatinn for Tax l | ; will: 11,Her lliul thorn on ,

from Washington, where she hud been of the company his s''\11, Aubrey. fader :Section( H of Chapti-r !! : nloreH." "'u tiavu HOIIIU
C. I n. Gunn, of Gainesville I
spent : (
in Sturke with friends. with her dnuJ'htl'rIrs.: : Rufus Hodge! is serving, Cnpt. Reed writes that Laws of Florida \, .. tliou-mud, riiHlojiiorn iv Ito

Sunday I who had a severe attack of influenzaAH Aubrey is still with that orgnni/.atioi 'I Notice is hereby given that by ni.ilt.V ]>!OIIHO amt
--- --- and is hearty and healthy. Mr. :Moon I nou lnss. purchaser of Tux : ) I Ii ltd\ wo fun iilousu alit
Kelly Axes! $1.7.; Join at I had unable hear fom his I' I 1 In Hit! !>
I i 25 cent gingham going al been to soiand rate .No. 36::!! dated the 7th day of :
$1.25; at Starke Hardware Co. 19 took this means of finding ouwhere A. I). 1897! has filed said, ',' / ll.-iHtlnM.i': Seeds in your
l "Kiiilil
cents-Saltu'day'and Monday I In your lleld-t insures
he was now stationed. The in oince and' has mud
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my : im resiilltt can bo deter
Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Iitc'hell: werey -sit Sternberg's.Oliver young man's letters had been delayed for tax deed to issue in \('(, ', I oho seed\ pin Fur S'> I

visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. I I in reaching this country. with law. Said certificate I I hll-Cli Sued! Inivo boon tin

I i Underhill and family have -------- the following described '(, /: \ .r Need exeulloncu, \ and pnr-

Big sale of remnants at Sternberg's. moved to Starke from the Heilbronr Yard wide LL unbleached uated in Bradford county, Flu., South. Only vnrletliM. '
section and their two children have entered SW Quarter of SK Quarter, Sec. | Ibo I Suttlli aro llHtod.
sheeting worth ;10 cents.a y.rd, I, oCleu IOHH
i I \bi' *I"I'111."t\ <
i the Bradford County High!: f, R. 19! M A. The said land (' homo.Vllto
School.! but costs you only 20 cents yard' sessed nt the date of the I II ) I 1.11.IY) ut
!Mrs A. Price is visiting in Plant ; I ", !'>' nf till i< "MTit'''inll'l''! iii hi.
at Sternberg's. siuh ri-itificato in the mime of : HASTINCa CO.
II. C.
City, the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. ()l : I '
Brown. i fi inch Stovepipe 30 cent value Colemiin. Unless said certificate ] Atlanta, C.i.-Advt.

I 19!) cents-Starke HardwareCo. BRADFORD SERVICES CHANCiEl:' be redeemed according to law '

Mrs. S. T. Heed, of Spnrtanburg, S. Co. I deed will issue thereon on the \) COTTON SEED
of :March A. 1) 1919.I !) !>.
C., is a guest at the home of Mrs. II. fly request' of the Urooker Baptist day LIONDS.AUIOMOPILC'r] tY
I -- -- ---- -- I Witness my official signature I of our friends. want to plant
C. Richard. church we have changed our regular! I ,
: Albert Hartmann end; Alfonso :I seal! this, the 1 nth day of '\. r I 1 '; :\ the ('ol1linj.Ilea son their r
time of services from the 2nd
: Sunday |I
I ; Itartmann a daughter and brotherinlaw 1). )!\IV. seed should bo placed at
$65.00; Ranges now selling for to the 3rd Sunday and! Saturday before '
of :Mr. and Mrs. August Selen, arrived (Soul) W. T. WEEKS.Cleik : : supply maybe exhausted
, $18.73: -StarKe Hardware Co.L. 1 Wednesday from Rockford, 111 in each month. The change made i is ] Circuit. ( THE: HANK OF STARKE.:
for the convenience of both ,'hlll'hesund
They will spend about three monthsin I By 11. A. WF.EKS: : \ '
only for the balance, of the sso-
; A. Wynn is out after nn attack Starke. ciationnl! ,. I'3-I I ! l-5t. Itrputy ( ;; ? 1.'l.lmlll.nIl'li'llEU:' :' : PEANUT :

of influenza and state yen .. .,. SEE1I:
on duty again as I ----- ------
live stock' inspector. Men's riihed. underwear, "special I Order of Publication [ ( : cash
( Pastor I <'llillto iiccoptanco and
.. . -. ---- price $1.10 suit at Stern- _. Bradford ;
l a .-- I In Men's Outing shirts, worth : I'ennuU at Six
berg's. ty. Florida, In Chancery. Seed
A splendid line of men's dress t
$1.00, for 69 cents at Stump's.N. I Snfronin Itrymer, n widowComplainant. ] 'pound ($1.50 per bushel) f.
shirts at special prices. St limp'", Fin.
Robert F. Rivers, of Lake Butler,,
----- VH ( .\ . LOWELL: FLA.
I). Wainwright, Jr., spent Sun. is serving as a messenger at the peace ., o
day in Starke with his parents, Mr. conference now going on in Paris. He .FREE COTTON:' SEI7)Representative handy Hrymer, tt Ills.I Bill. for \ ( - '- -- ----+aA '

and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright.: I I I is n member of the motorcycle corps I
and has been in France, for the past Frank Clark has 800 I McKinley; Brymer Chastinu :: A & 1 FULLER'S .,

Orville Moitt, of Jacksonville, spent eleven months. quart packages of a fine variety of I 'ers and Isiah Skinner CANDIES r
week-end' Starke with his cotton seed( which he is very anxiousto of the American 1' xJ>(' (

ents.! i I $1.50 Blankets, reduced to $3.- distribute among the cotton grow- Forces! in France: : I Come To
era of the Second Congressional Dis It appearing from the sworn

Just arrived-new line of arrow -'50 at Stump's. trict. He will be glad to send out a complaint in the above entitled (! I A. BESSENT 1

I I of this seed free each i that the above named defendants
package: to applicant ( (: ) ;cllmQlClClfJ:
soft collars
at Sternberg's.Mrs. .
I r Senator A. D. Andrews, W. H. Andrews so long as the supply lasts. are non-residents of the United l ,

Jr., B. D. Andrews and J. S. Address: Frank Clark, Washing- I and that the residence of each !

Bryant Hodges, of Jacksonville ', McCormick, of Raiford, were business ton, D. C.Special. Raid! defendants is as CASKETS

spent several days of this week in', visitors to Starke Wednesday. Friendsof ---.- stated, and that the age of each a full line of

Starke visiting friends and relatives. Senator Andrews areg lad to know price on Men's ClothIng I I said defendants in over the age ) '

I that his Health is improving. years. Supplies
overalls etc. Also Ladies
Rriiford Epperson U. S. N., is )I Therefore, it is ordered that <, Automobile hearse.
spending a short furlough with his I Linseed Oil, regular $2.25 value Garments, Ginghams, and Dress the said (defendants ell l ) appear on hand. The best ser-

parents, Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epper floods.; Cash Department Store. : hill of complaint filed heroin nn I the lowest prices. Special
for Hardware
son. I I $1.19-Starke fore Monday, the 7th day of :\ '
to telegraph
.. I i Co. l I' 1911.! and that this order be i (
Outing, all colors, 20 cents a I'' ---- once a' week for eight ' !( Embalmer

vecks in the Bradford County ,
yard at Stump's.Miss I F. F. Stump leaves tomorrow for LW High Grade Seed Potatoes For -
() \
!I New York where he goes to purchasehis Best IJcturns graph, a newspaper of general : C.: JONES
Bradford / Il
Elsie: Harrison of Worthington spring and summer line of !goods. nt ion published in Starke Fla. '
:t ,
Springs, is spending the week in Mr. Stump does a thriving businessand Now is the time to begin/ makingirepiirutions 'loridn.: v
hand and, official
Starke with her sister, Mrs.: J. O. Frn- has .to carry a large! line of first for the sweet potato bed.! I Witness my I
the 7th of \
of said court this day
IiZ lick. class goods to meet the demands\ of his More sweet potatoes were grown in
1919.! ; ,
uary A. D.
trade. Florida the past year than ever, and
W. T. WF.EKS.Seal :
MM.\ Newton Jeknins, of Dunsvillc, -- --- ---- -- indications: are that the acreage to this

} Va., has i returned home after a visit New line of ladies waists, voile Top will be increased this year. C. K.'IcQuurrie ( ) Clerk Circuit i I
It. A. WEEKS.I : : "
at the home of !Mr. and :Mrs. W. R. organdie, crepe de chine and :\' of the extension division > ' (
Jenkins. . of the University of Florida advises >
georgette at Sternberg's. I VIUF.TT: : ': :M. .1011:-S, ) i
the farmers who intend make theseed
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Solicitor for Complainant. :!- |
All winter goods" going at actual bed in time to have "draws" for I HOLDING

cost at Sternberg's. I Sergeant Norman, who volunteered I setting' early in April. However he

for service soon after the says that if February N a wet and WITH

declaration of war with Germany, has I old month, if the bed is mad in early -
: I.ieut. Edwin Freeman left Saturday
been mustered out and, is now nt home ] :March and! properly cared fur, better -
where he will Davis & Co.
for Auburn Ala., resume -
in the Wateronk section He was in I draws will be had in the same time JOS.
his stildies at the Polytechnic
Stnrke Tuesday greeting his many than if started earlier under unfavorable -, ,
Institute. friends. I I conditions.A GF.M'I: I FLORIDA

riHUL.ll: L.. : I .
location for the bed II
Auto Oil, 80 cent value for 59 preferable I
We closing out line ofIndies
are our ill on the south side of a building, so .

\ cents-Starke Harware Co.Mrs. I, velvet hat*. Stump's.Mr. t that the sun will keep the soil warm. -

- -_. -- I The bed I ran he made any desired

: [ J. T. Cannon, Milwaukee: is II, length but not more than four feet'idp -
: Sinclair L. Peek assistant cashier '
spending several months at the rectory so as to be easily accessible when
n? the guest of Kev. and :Mrs. M.I: i of the Bradford County Hank, has pulling draws. On the bottom of the : "A in FullThat
bought the Quigley bungalow just Receipt
M. Fryer. I bpd place a layer of horse manure
I! west of the old school building and at bout four inches thick. This should)
occupied :Mr.\ and :Mrs. Will
presort by
Best grade yellow homespun' he covered with soil to a depth of al -
Jlar'ord.Ir.: Peek and family will
few inches and tramped well to make
20 cents at Stump's.Allan move soon to their new home. I
I solid and prevent the escape of moist

Canova and Wilbur Scott Special: sale on :Men and Ladies; ture. u what you have for every bill "f f account you 1 pay !by thrclt. You don't even

came up from the University of Florida :None' but high grade: seed potatoes the 1 lie bank keeps the account for ...
: A you.
Gainesville and spent the weekend [Spring Shoes .at Cash Department should be used, and they should not bu need to nuke a memorandum payment

at home. Store. too large nor too small. Each .potato .
hould be carefully put djwn: in the
-- ,
bed so that it does not touch another. Your Cash Always Balances
Men's blue serge Wm. D. Adams, a former Starke
After the is all placed in -
value, at $10.98 at Sternberg's. I boy, who has seen service in France, trfd pOll
returned to the States about four
-- --- weeks ago, being sent to the hospital Colds Cause Grip and Influenza You have no trouble! hunting up receipts and rrcriptrJ, bill>. Ju'l t call on the bank
Mrs. Frankie Kronce and Miss -
Atlanta for medical have the evidence complrlr.This .
treatment. and
McBeath of Jacksonville have near e....... There !. only one "Bromo QuWIDe:' for your check, you
been visiting at the home of Mr. and I lie! was a member of the aeroplane Eo W.GROVE Untun on haL We.

Mrs. R. A. Weeks.A corps; and was wounded in an accident _. ( Lank tolicil your deposits. late or small and invilc you to pay your bill through
just before sailing for home.
il.; it'llhe SAFE way.
beautiful line of silks are on Unhappy In Friendship.
Men's: blue serge suits, $22.50; Many people expect too, much from I !
Place Liberty
display at Stump's Store. tlK-niMvlvm We pay 4 per cent. on savings accounts, compounded quarterly. your
value, being closed out at $11.9'iat : their friends. They may
be so thoroughly genuine arid l sincere I Bonds and other valuable in a safety deposit box co
:Mrs. Ell Conwell, who hu been visiting ; Sternberg's.L. hat they expect all their frivnus to bo I

her dauR'hterlrI.: C. E. Pope, he: same, and when they 'Uncover

Lyon Cherry street, has returned to her J. Wynn, government ant in little faults In their Idols they, feel 1 the' COUNTY BANK

home Moreland: Ind. cattle tick eradication work, went to ,llsuppolntineut' in'nt acutely. l>u not BRADFORD

---.- Jacksonville Sunday to join other fed- pitch jour mamliml tar high, then you

Prof. L. A. Davis, now in the Railway eral inspectors of the State, and :Monday ire less likely to bale your Idol Hhntxrol. Bradford County's Financial StrongholdESTABLISHED

:Mail Service on the Florida Eat the party left by special pullmanfor Try; t<> reiH'iubvr that friends

Coast, has rented his farm near Heil- New Orleans to attend the Cattle fill never (disappoint till If we observewo 1889 v I

'bonn Springs to Mr.: II. H. parmen- rick Eradication Conference held in xlmple rules, : (1)) to tunj out ; STARKE, FLORIDAItJIII'

ter, and has moved his 'family to that city from the 11th to the 13th. that they ore; (2) to expect, << thtm toe I

Starke. inst. I '> just tha t. r


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County Farmers
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is equipped thruout with tho hut that prospect was impossib] I
REPORTSLeon Company
T COUNTY GENTS latest improved machinery and is liaU lie could not haul it any further unless ._

of the most complete mil he had good roads.
Farmers of thlll to bo ono
have abundance of compos of the kind in the south. The cupacil The probability is that it coat that
county an of the mill is 2,000 pounds of grits i or man at least ten dollars that day to
Farmers beginning' to hold <
tion sales are on their farms when auc-I, meal- and :a.500 pounds of Block fei edi pay his part on the cost of keeping aI tEY
f road. Then when the investment
of stock etc. i per hour. I
surplus A
want to clmpcmo
for was male, the price was paid what ? .t 1 \C "} lly I
The county agent help arrange : Alachua County: Livestock\ tak- 1 did he have for his money? Just
these sales Tho Tallahassee Jlog farmers, hogs I for minute of his invesmont. .
ing tho attention of the | think one .t rl
u'' Farm recently gold a car of fine Oi: bidding, fair to become king of the 1 in- Look at what he got for his ? r.'c r.

:,: roc Kilts, nvernging ZZO;) pounds. The of dustry. Much interest in club work I money. Yet if you were to ask this .,
hogs brought 3: cents above the top c
f. man if he would be willing for his
I' the market in Jacksonville. Gadadcn County: Much fertili/e\ : taxes to be increased ten dollars for L's's .

s' cooperatively by the building Slime kind of hardsurfaccroiul !
;-' will ho bought
Everything poi
Brevard County: : :
:" sille in being done here in the way of farmers. Uy going in together and he might object to it. We have t&j"
buying in carload, slots. they willable 1 bo not heard him express his opinion c on
tion growing( have' crops.potatoes The Deer up and Park over HC<8- to cut down the fertilizer bills. the road question but many good cit. !. Ifs se ,;. Pittlll ltlUMIIIIIii; I '111911 11
i themselves.We
inches hitch. This will mean good zrns have so expressed ;''ilel(111P'( IIIIIIlllliJll

prices if they are not frosted Santa Rosa County: Thru the carload ef- have said nothing of of the cost: tldi i Some good cane planting forts of the county agent a to education and religion keeping -
are also being made here. The Dec of hogs was recently shipped out i ot I bad roads, nothing of the cost t toI Y
Turk land i in open prairie and when the county. These hogs weighed 160( doctors and the long suffering of i 'Chain' Tread ,

r drained Is ready for the plow without pounds and up. patients on account of time lost with
work. It is unusuall the bad road.
County: A great lot i of The Economy of
Rood, soil, producing heavily on all Taylor done this winte There are many other items that
far tried. stumping Is being might be added to the cost of keepin
crops BO broadcast with i II .._
Land is being plowed bad roads. So much that the ques- - ---- ---

Okcchobre County: This count two-horne plows something hat I.. tion now is can we afford such an Buying Good TiresIt's
!unusual for this country. The sugi: I IU. JOHN U.
has up-to-date set of peanut expense. Why not turn this expense
now an I
I h irvpBtinK machinery and the farm cane acreage will be increased 100 per to the building of good roads anll General) Secretary of Natlona
Less cotton than ever will 1 Le Y. M. C. A.,
em are preparing to increase thci cent. have some good permanent Improve War Work Council .

acreage very! materially. The Irish planted. ment to show for the money.-l\Iayo Who Has Been Accorded Hisl h mighty poor economy to put cheap ,

potato crop will be very much less Free Press. Honors by French Government
than last year. The construction of Liberty County Farmers generaly tires on your car.
dipping vats is fast J getting under way y , taking more interest in thoro prc p.. I MASTERPIECES: OF NAVY I As a mark of recognition and appre-

{ large quantities of material having* a..ntinn of the land. A faimcrs 01 I CAMOUFLAG1: elation of the work done for the French If you can't depend on your tires, you
already arrived. The stock men ot: "..lmmtem: ; ,was recently organize voldiers by the American Y M. C. A.
this county have formed what is 1: Some: !."> new boys have been adds i With the lifti--t;; ;; the censorshi; forces abroad, the French governmen can't depend on your car,
known the Kissimmce Prairie Cat to the list of club members and seve curtain camouflage on the highseas ,
as bred pigs placed with the''I it was practiced throuhgout the wa has conferred the signal honor of
;+ tlemen's Association. more pure I as -and can't get the high grade of
boys. Three exceptionally good farm comes for the first time into its own. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor upoi, you

Lee County: Truck farmers art i'rs'\ meetings were held last wecl I says an illustrated article in the Feb General Secretary John R. Mott, of service it ought to give you

getting the best prices for their trucl Farmers are cooperating\ in the put. ruary Popular Mechaics Magazine the National War Work Council of

that has ever been known before. Pep chase of Luanos an>l seeds of va Mystery, as deep and gray as sea the Army and Navy Y. M C A. It to buy good! tires-United States '
pcrs are selling f. o. b. Ft. Myers for bus Kinds. :fog, has hidden the tricks and system Telegraphic advices from Washington pays ;:

$5 and $6 per crate. The farmers of the great navy camoufleurs. Thi conveyed the news of the dlstlnc : Tires.
1 q, were very much interested in the 3-F Lee County: Farmers In more prosporous was necessary because Germany her tton granted Dr. Mott whose home 1 Is I f
I conditions than for several I self, did not know 'these marine arts r
meetings. of In New York City The telegram, I They represent the highest value it is ",
years. Some good yields syrup Her submarines could never establish signed by Edouard dellllljr Drput;; ,.
i'' Holmes County: Three fourths ol I have been made and the farmers an I contact strong enough; to unravel High Commissioner was as follows: possible to build into tires.
II'L 1 the new farm machinery shipped to I getting $1.40 per gallon at the mil I the secrets of the ships that wen! "I take pleasure In notifying you tha

1.// : the county this year has been two is: fast us it is made. Some of the made by paint and brush to disappcai 1hp French government has conferrei There five different car '.
i ') horse implements, plows, cultivators, farmers have all the corn, sweet po_ to take strange forms, to sail backward you the title of Chevalier de are passenger '
t'I, ; and harrows. On some farms this toes and meat that they will need. I and to perform the weirdest la upon Lesion d'Honnetir. Please accep treads-the only complete line built by. )
improved machinery will almost even tricks of legerdemain.For hfixrtiest! conTatulatlonao"The
up the shortage of labor Palm Beach County: This count;] I instance it may now be told my National War Work Council any tire manufacturer. I

vill go over the top as far as increase that scores of ships evaded torpedoes under Dr. Motes supervision, In addl
Citrus County: More oat! have production of staple crops is con- I because, to the periscope eye they tion to Its labors among the America: Each has the built-in strength that means
been planted than usual. Watermelons
as a money crop will be plant- 'orage crops will be increased from while progressing in the oppo ETpedltlonnrv morn than 1.600 rovers rtu soldiits as,! your money back in extra miles.

ed pretty extensively on the east side 25! to 50 per cent. The corn acreage I site way. This uncanny evolution was the Tied, Triangle huts are" known by;
of the county. In other parts, sugar will be increased even more than that due wholly to brush and paint and n the French pollu Up to the nontf Among them are exactly the tires you .
and Japanese cane, corn, peanuts The Conners Plantaton will plant 50( 1 few boards. It was accomplished bj of October, 101S! cloni to eight million .
peas! sweet potatoes and velvet bean!.!', lores or more in corn and many; making the steamer's bow look like dollars had been ex-mnrtpd In "Y want for your car, and your driving con- 4

will comprise the loading crops. Several others will increase their crops fron her stern and her stern like her bow work nmon: tn.. French and other ai
tractors have been bought: and a few acres to 50 or 100. At the rear, a steamer curves in below Hod FoldlTs served hr the huts. ditions. .

are doing good work. I the deck line down to the water .
:.. Hamilton County: A car of swee line. At her bow she drops in a Our nearest Sales and Service Depot
Palm Beach County: Irish pota was shipped to Jacksonville TWO IN EACII 1.000 MEN
potatoes straight sharp line from nose to the
toes and corn are being,: planted even last week. Quite a number of cotton'armers waves. So the camoufleurs) nailed a OVERSEAS LOST LIMBS:S Dealer will gladly help you.

day, and some of the potatoes are almost I buying short cotton seed, scaffolding, sharp and straight over
ready for market, while others while some will continue with long her stern, painted upon it white waves Washington Jan. 23.-Two soldiers:
are just being planted. Truckers'' Am having many calls for 'pigs for: breaking as from the slicing impact out of every thousand who fought with

shipping beans peppers, egg-plant, lub boys. of a prow, and then proceeding to the American army overseas lost ar United States Tires "
fancy leg. Lieut. Col. Strong of
and tomatoes and receiving I the real bow painted upon either arm or a
prices. Some of the peppers are bringing Washington County: Farmers very side a heavy curving line that swung the army medical corps told the House ;
: $8 f. o. b. Tomatoes are bringing much interested in food productior inward below the deck line. Sea- military affairs committee today that
about $3.50 f. o. b. I ind increased acreage production color paint and broken lines of darker 3,000 of the total combat force of 1,. Good Tires
I 22 of 500,000 men were so maimed and that are
One farmer will stump acres hues made the lower half of the bowline
Gardens arc If 1,100 had been returned home and
Hernando County: and before planting this spring. invisible.
N fine in most sections of the county.'A this way he figures: to get his in- were being fitted with artificial limbsin
r being inocu The flu prevented The smokestacks! which always military hospitals. An appropriationof

great' many hogs are ::11 Teased very large production.attendance at the 3-F slant aft were with paint and boards $1,000,000 to purchase artificial S5P1S3rW; : 1 .1m;; I fm: mM!; rrm !!1J./,/ I"ffi.": ; "}Tfflv\.
is the
I rc meeting held at Grant School but real made lines to slant of the forward stacks; that painted, limbs, as well as serums and vaccines G'\ , ''I Il"'hi' '' !IW'w'' :' |tl, \f I '?' !:; 'r"'');4 l ''hlf9lhlligll'hbN"I! ; ij:::'iII'! 11 I: 1' ll' 1 ;:I 1t lt! a ,
Putnam County: More and better plans are under way for a big all dayneeting were was asked for by the medical corps. .IIIIIII mlllll"'ij'llir'I: I Witt' ,' ?I-t ' ".;" '
) 'i; : ,;
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I livestock especially hogs: are gradual to be held Feb. 20, the object nit and false lines and false angles. Ulj'IJ:, ,J" -'. ...U .,; : ..;.:..._..:;:Mu4.rna''V. .:!"T'1.""

ly replacing: the native stock. Present h'ing to establish a permanent or- nubstituted. Smoke consumers prevented The Times-Union is worrying over
I conditions thruout the county indicate t.iniation among the farmers of that the telltale clouds from giving next year's food prices. It is this year's'ood

that there will be an increase in staple ection. i' the whole reversal policy away to'the prices that's troubling us.-Citrus ,

crops over that of the past year. U-boats. County Chronicle.
Osceola County: Several car of
Johns County: Gardens fine, week. 50)0) Price fixing has stopped it is an.nouncer -
St. this
itrus fruits shipped employ a Specialist (Registered Physician) to make examination of your
Farmers are Incoming more interest lead of cattle and 2500 head of sheep \. What bothers the man on
;y ed in poultry and there are a good old and transferred to pastures southf the street however is the fear that TO eyes and fit/ your glasses without extra cost to you- ;
of bred chickens in BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED
w many flocks! pure > this section. prices have become so firmly fixed
in the Hastings
+ the county. Farmers their land in ex hat they will not come down.-Zolfofruth. Glasses $5.00 and up. Satisfaction Guaranteed
section have potato Lake County: Corn acreage 'will
e cellent shape and most of them will\ l>e greatly increased in this county. THEPUBLIC CRYSTAL OPTICAL COMPANYFLORIDA

soon be thru-planting. I ---. OFFICES
Calhoun County: T. J. McKeown 0' I 23 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

'' shipped a car of hogs recently that As conditions are becoming normal Write (for Free Booklet on Eye Strain
netted him $1400.St. I md the thoughts of men everywhere '.
ire turning to ways and means ofonstruction Well
Lucie County: The 3-F campaign instead of distruction as Keep We do not believe it would be possible - -- .- -
in this county proved to be avery : hey have been since the beginning (or us to bottle and sell ONE HUNDRED ,-
successful one. The meetings of the war and progress and clevelopnent Do not allow thepoisons AND FIFTY GALLONS of No. .
r averaged ((52 in attendance. This is avery I are again having proper conderation of undigested tOl Tonic per day if it was not an ef- FARMING IMPLEMENTS & SUPPLIES
good attendance for farmers' the building of good( roads food to accumulate In active treatment for influenza.A .

meetings considering that this is one Could again absorb the thoughts otour are your sorted bowels where into your they man who works a large force of Avery, Improved Oliver and Brinkley Plows. Also
of their busiest seasons in the year. I people. men came to our office several days
system. Indigestion,constipation extra repairs for these plows.Dixie'Plows .
told he had
I It is not so much the question of headache, bad ago us twenty-five men
Sumtcr County: Truck crops look- what it will cost the people of this blood, and numerous taken He with this distributed malady in one ample day. II Georgia Ratchet Plows, repairs, extra

ing fine. Heavy shipments of cabbageare Runty to build good roads but rather to other follow.troubles are bound supply immediately of No. 101 Tonic among an them handles and beams.
made from the Coleman sec what it will cost to do without them. Keep yatrrsystem
being and there was not a fatality in the
clean as thousands Tooth Shovel
Riding Spring Peg Tooth and Fowl.
tion. There is no accurate way compute of others do, by wenty-flve.
I the cost of bad roads, the cost in taking an occasional dose The formula by which this Tonic is er Cultivators. Also Weeders, Disc Harrows and

Putnam County: Outlook is very nrsepower the cost in destruction ofchicle ol the old reliable veg made is given to the public so it cannot Stalk Cutters. ,,
promising for a large acreage in staple ,, the cost in torn up auto- .Stable family liver me crops. Sweet potatoes and sugarcane mblles and tires. Perhapa the great cine. ontains Iron, which is for the blood; I Sweeps, Scooters, Opening Plows, Turn Blades
replacing some of the acreager pst cost of keeping bad roads Is in the Juinme, which is deadly to the influ- Readymade Heels for Grasshopper.
heretofore planted to Irish potatos. I larketing of farm products. A farmer Thedford'sBlackDraught nza germ and Magnesia which thor-
r told the writer the other day that ughly opens the bowels. Sold throughout Hames, Traces, Bridles, Plow Lines, Single Trees,

fl Alachua County: Farmers busy preparing .! he had brought a little cotton to town the South by wholesale and re- Collars, Collar Pads, Steel and Leather Hamestrings,
land and getting ready for the I but the roads were so bad that he ail druggists and drug dealers. Padded and Old Style Back Bands.

''I spring crops. The peanut acreage is rome near not getting: here with .
I The G. B. Williams Co.
1 going to be large this year. l also said that he thought that he Hoes of All Kinds, Shovels, Pitchforks, Rakes. A

1111 I could have gotten more if he could Very Large Assortment of Each. '
Marion County: Many farmers have I have carried it to a neighboring town Mrs. W. P. Pickle ol Quitman, Georgia
agreed to plant a greater acreage of .Rising Fawn Ga.,writes When in Town see my Farmer's Supply Show

food stuff and feed. They are also,I 'iM Strong Withstand the Wlnt"'l We have used Thedford's Window, a Display of Farming Goods Only.
planning to invest more in livestock]I Cold Better Than the Ulack-Uraught as Ask Your Grocer
a family medicine. My DeWITT C. JONES
such as hogs and cattle. The outlookis Yma must have Health.Strength and Endurance mother-in-law could not
. .
very good along that line. A number to fight Colds.Grip and In uenz.. take calomel it seemedtoo For I STARKE, . . FLORIDA
of registered: Duroc sows have' When your blood Is not In a healthy I strong (for her so she
received in the county, having condition and does not circulate properly used Ulack-Draucht as a - __ 1
been auction sales in )our system Is unable to withstand the mild laxative and liver > -- ---
i, been purchased arc; Winter cold.OROVE'S. regulator . We use It CHEpNEAL'SCOFFEES J
'c Georgia Outlook for a prosperousyear TASTELESS Chill TONIC in the family and believe The Dlffarvne Reducing the Household.

in club work is very good. | Fortlftes the System Against Colds Grip it Is the best medicine" for A genius can no more help being a Borne little folks were playing
thei and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching the liver made. Try It. genius than a crazy man can help being keeping house." Robert was papa.
Putnam County: As a result of I Insist on theRenulneThedford's. -- It ,Jane
Che Blood. crazy. just! happens that when mnrama. After much difficulty In
steady growth of staple crops, modern Il contains the well-known tonic prop. 25c a pack E-75!! the genius doe what he eon.lder\ '* a managing so large brood. Pupa Robert -
machinery has been installed for ertlea of Quinine and Iron in a form age. mart thing It U smart; but when the finally burst out with : "Say. ther
r crushing and grinding: corn, velvet ,, acceptable to the most delicate stomach Best By Every Test
poor crazy man dues) his! bent It tllmsout are too mapy children In the family-
which is to and Is pleasant to take. You can soon feel ,
S The new plant ri *
be beans known, etc. as the St. Johns Milling lu Strengthening,Invigorating Effect. 60c. t, be foolish.-Ed Howe's Monthly- one of you will have to be the dogr1


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I Ater'I and Northeast Quarter of Southeast the alli'iatlona of alii bill will ba taken
f. Learn to Read Advertising INDIAN PRINCESS iiit cona.sdby amid defemlnnt.
Quarter 4 the .E
acres on It I In r"rlh".o.oI.,1 That th.. order. be IIU,,.
side of Southwest Quarter of Northeast United once a week fur eight... eonneeutlve weeki
I THE HOPE Quarter. Sec 31, Tp. 7, Range 22; in the llradford. County Irurnpb.. a newtpa-. .

'; GOES OVERSEASAS I and the Southwest Quarter of Northwest I per Chin piiblmlied JaniiAry In 2Hlli.unld/ County lUll and Slat.
You Men. Don'tExpect By Quarter and Went Half of Northwest W. T.FFKS..
Clerk Circuit Court
Quarter of Southwest QU8rtl'r.f'.I. K. A. WKrKS.IV""t: : .
"K" WORKERA \ .'. ;82 I: Tp. 7, Range 22; also the EThree /J.J/ ',,IIt'UTCII. >' Clerk
,Cupyrleht I.)!*, t ijj the Mtclura f' K:
of East: Half Southeast .
, Quarters of
Syndicate Solicitor for ComplAlnAnt.
per ) l-.1t.Ht.
: More Than Quarter of Sec. :82! Tp. 7, Knngo

a1 There never woe a .. I :22: containing:: in all 2t4? acres -

Aunt )Flu ; both Leslie and Nor more or loss. NOTICE
, Notieu In hirthy uiien that
? the .
'Ii>. : on thnt Leslie and Norn hml This 7th day of Feb. 1919. ...11.," land will be ...1,1 At pulilta auction
engaged! for'r a jour. He had W. C. HUNT the Ktna. M..nilny In March IKiil."') (t Iwinu| | the

r You GiveBy t. ponltlou !and an Income capable Guardian for Charles Francis Hunt dale 5M day At Stsrk of the,. month In Hru.lfor.l Wfore County the Courthoune StAU of

:/< WT' InK euro of n wife BO he 2-7-5t. Florida. or >n milrh. thereof tut will be mtft.ry .
time they were married ... lu pay the Amount line for I..".. of full
herein sot opiHwIt the unmo. tovethtr
"Why Leslie," she said one Notice of Guardian Sale cat of nuc'li Ale and ailverti.inic.
the end of the tnlk fveerlpllon of l.atul--The Northiut ...
J. R. HAMILTONFormer list tas ikti + Benson "you Notice is hereby given that thirty ter and ra..t Half nf Nurthnmt Uunrlor Q"end,
I was on the verge of being days after date hereof on to-wit the Nolilh Half, See 11, Tp. 7. llanite 1J! A...,.

Advertlilng Manager of Wanamaker, Philadelphia maid like nuntle. I'm just lu my :-Ith! day of February 1019! I, the undersigned Bill tM,4R.!. Owner, I'aul ltms.-. Ta". end Coil*.
|l M HOWLING.lax .
twenties-tho age when n girl ns guardian, for James Wns- 1.31-M. .

very bent out of life. My good din, Olll'nr"aHllin nod Mary Jane

If there is anyone worthy of divine pity it is the man who hnve Just 1 begun." Wasdin minor heirs of John K. Wns-' MVSTFU'S 8AI.It

banks his fortune in advertising: the name of a breakfast food, "That doesn't, sny that they din and Nancy Wasilin doceased will virtue Ilertby of notice thnt oertnln U Blven anal thnt ilicn.under of And

cense when! you become my apply to the Honoinblcteo.l A. Gnr- rln."..' made and by the lion J. T.
for example, mid then steps into the first little nameless store i argued "You know that I \ Imer, County Judge of lit'ml ford Ullln loiinlv. .luilito. of the hvult,, Court of llrmlfonl..
hlurliln. In
lie comes to, and buys a nameless: pair of shoes or n n.imcless] hat. )2 and Hint your happiness( la my County, Fla., for nn older to sell at uaiySlh" lilt,. In fmnr rhanucry of C.ulltlnn M, un .Inn-, antnmiiliiinntit

About half the in America interested in $ i 1 consideration., private sale the one-fourth undivided .. nod Airalitrtt J. C. Marry, I.. U.
men nre one way }g Hiu, ,try and| |I". c. IllIi.e. id.r,'mliinlK. the unilor.I
handful ', Hut iirtfiilnK. only mnile ench interest each of said minors in the ii5nl n. S|".ln! Mauler will niter' for nail
or another, in advertising, and yet' only a comparative "k. stubbornly sure of his own 0))> f..lloIIIIt. d"S"I'I1I1'llllIndH lying and hr-. cud. ulll Mil mar Now Itlvir. uhira
of have learned the benefit! of reading and responding ? s t'a finally I Leslie. !t'Ct'orn: ; !In tenrn. (hi |"i-opi, 'rty l heitilnnrtiT, ill' 'm.r.lit, ,d Ixln' ''ao'd.
;you actually lug i in lirmlford county, 1.1.1., lo-wit: diiiiim. .tie leiral' h..."...., of out*. on Monilnv the
to it. Aunt I'lnii8. wnltliiK for North. Half of Youthen Quarter of " day uf Mnri-h A. I I'. lulu t in the hluhenl
and b,',1 .1,1,1,1. r for cit.IL the folloulnir iltwrrilid .
.r< the \< of the manufacturers in the ; SouthoirC Quarter, also one acre in proiHrlv lo-wlt One Hew mill boiler anilnuliii
largest clothing :
lU'cently one
she siiw! Leslie Diluter|'| mono she Northeast cor of Southwest Quarter "", ""r'h'l"r.,1 l>y the I'immhnr Ma.chine .

country stepped' into a store and said, "(live me a suit of under ooiuellilng hud happened| | and of Southenst (Quarter and Soulh'n..tQunrh'r ..\\ ....k.I.... one nwine., oiu> Imlter. onecirciilnr
HUM. one Hliinule mill lilne, one eil.ier,
wear." real ure-nnush Iiutlnn prtnceaa ready it lili bar Hjiupntliy, \\ of Southwest Quarter. sec. 17, Iwo Hint i' KIIWN, bolting and nil then mncliin.try .

Is going to France to help entertain ]>onreil rut Ills roubles.t Tp. 7, H. 21 K.: containing in nil 21 and tMiulpint oonnicttd with that certainHIIW
mill .
,rhat kind? said the cl.rk."OIl "I ngleu. . with you N'ora Is foimerlv otitrntid bv I. it. horny
the American soldiers and xallora until acies more or less lllid locnttil near New lti\er. lorfdn
," said the manufacturer, "Any old kind will do." And to \\iilt," she slid after ho" January 23: 1919. J C. 1'ul'I'ISLra':
the lalll one of them has ben returnwi] 1-81-81 Speclnl Mnaler In (
iHhed. "I|lave|
he would have been; shocked out of his three chins if anybody putleiu'e, though J. A. J. McKINNirv.: : JK. 'Ilancery.
to the UnluM SIlth'8.Sh. lime |1,11111'Near
1-2 I-lit. Guardian. ounm: OF rum ir,\TION
!hat} said the same thing in buying clothes. 1 la Prlno-Fn Calllohl, treat. : ; the etui of the week a -- --.-- In rirruit, ('0"" for llrmlforil County '..1...

best clothes] and he IIrrln't4Cnr Aunt Flo. She hud dm. In t'hnnri'ryNlirllnit .
That man makes about the produced, grftrulJauichtur of the famous King Notice 8. ITico., ft al,

cannot understand why more people] do not buy his product. Coow..8kow..f', chirr of the Cherokee*, anything N'ora WHS about rather Its curious being to ' Six months after date hereof I will Will Price, rt .1.!va I

Now it is time all men took into consideration' the value of and her mlcRlon In FYnno' will be in It had been vent. Surely her )present my vouchers and final accountto Mill for "'"..III..n.
the lion Geo.; A. Gardiner County Til Will "1'rlco and him wife. Marl. I'rnellHiil ,
advertising. and learned to respond to it. connection with tho canteen wurk of not 1 bought. new clothes Sho had Judge of Bradford County Fin., and \ >i. ,1'iiruln I.II: Prim, I"llppi'ti II.?."." ;
Inn Irliti. I IIippwt. ht ; I;Ihrl Trim. ,
No man can tell the exact value of merchandise outside of the Y. M. C. A. Her Araerlcmilsod name than Site would lie able to wear ask for my final discharge as administrator Illppin' , (iiniriilii ; 1'ru rl 1.1.... hllnpin' (iuiiri .
as !It was. Kin ; luortfi: I I.. %WIII\\ .,.,
MrtNinotiuh. Uon.:
of the estate or Roderick U.i-1 i i
his own particular line. Do you suppose a jeweler knows anything In Mhs Anno nose and for. two ,.ar. "It contains" some things I \' ker deceased I win.: MIIV Ill-Ill. Willli.mii, Mnenn." Ueorviel!

about a suit of clothes, or a clothier has any absolute knowledgeof or more ahe has appeared ns a lecturer M-nt. here for you, dear," Aunt : This 21th. dny of January 1019.! I| Mnrli.Pupi-if.. .IHiprif.Mcllnniiiitcll.Mi-Pommuh.H4iririil. ;l.rnruln I.It.nii'itllnii; \ ..

ginger. dancer and exponent of the trl jilalneil, when Norn ,''' '| ? MilNiiiiniirh, Miiricln liln 1111. "",.......
jewelry? Either one of them could be skinned out of his eye j. n. uirrir McOonuiiKh titHirtrln: .
bill life of her chohon people. She was iiliuiit It. "They) lire sumo l-21-0mo. Admnistrntor. I It iitipi, iirintr riniti the HMOIII \Mil of eiim1 -
teeth by the other, and probably would be if it weren't for adver- till lit' Hint I lime Intended \' 1 I'luinl, In llm ontllli'il rmiiu' Hint thunlimci
chosen to pose for the Zolnay statue - - : . drfrndunts. tnih .
are nnn",1.dents
and they din homo with
of 1(1) / Notice i i or the Slats' ..f |.'|i>rlila, and Hint llmlimili
of the
Sequoia an ancestor Cb..rlJ'k" "
tising.It gagc. ni*|. nf null. of .th.. Mali)'mlnnlH Ib
is the name not the merchandise that n store or manufacturer nation and Inventor of the trlbu'i """u'r,' /n denrl I What ore Six months mutter date hereof I will h"'lnh..r.i .,., Hliilnl ...",....lively, mul, hull tint nn
alphabet This statute stands In the present my vouchers anti final account mgr iif null iiT tint until IhdellIienti. IH over tlio
sells. It is the name he stands back of.And ]'urn u-!Led ngcrly.. live uf Iw,'nly-on.. yinrn, I'Xnpl Mm In tMipri'K
Hull of Fume at Washington. D. fc. "Sumi- things that I Blurted to Hon. Geo. A. (Gardiner: County < 'iuiii. .litipri'i', Cli-iui. .iitliu. ihipi-ti' and. lit,
<< it i is!'! advertising] the name that makes him stand back The princess will have a rather dlTerslfled Ing when I was! than Judge of Hrndford County, Fla, tend Hi,,IN. ""1.,,.... mill of wham In under. the age

it. The who doesn't advertise hsisn't anything to live juungir ask for my final discharge ns /Ilmln-, , of
man program. She will sine Indian Prize Iliiin and' would not let I< I ., Il In nrdrrrd. thnt each of the

to. HP hasn't made nay claims that he has to live up to. songs and dance Indian dances hove Chow hut my favorltu i istratrix of tho estate of .f. B. Itnrton nnlil, ,Hi.ft.'nilniitM, .ilo npiimr" .to, the hill <>f ran.phrut .
Illiil In in .
deceased. I n ur ur hi forn Monday Ilia
In the of fairness give these advertisers their name Thin 21th day of 1l1! I IKVFLINA
January 9. 1
and between times will dlnpense. the room and tin- key vas In the pnhlNhiil IIIILV' A week for four roniuaiillv, .I .

Such ,stores; choose the best merchandise that there is to be ha<<1. dozens of different articles that are was an old
They offer you the lowest possible price and they stand readyto part of the stock of eyery Y M. O. A. ed as If It hud dune very little l-2l-0mo. 1\lrninlstrutlx'l llrniiriinl County HorliliiWllnimi .
Sb. in. educated and \ I hit lI..nornh'' .1. TMII... Urn
hack their integrity with the] rcturnability of merchandise and canteen. highly: ing. She looKi It over ,' ,' NOTICR I .Til'liiv or the enid. (irctnt''' t'nurt. nil will ate my
has several. times acted. as a mediator fore! she opened| It. Somehow SI month hand. and oltli-lnl oral nN tint. ('li'rk of the
flee date
back. between her people and the white residents her tWill 1I."nl ('limn. Iii m tliv JHIIi tiny of Jnnunrv' HMD.W. .
money seemed to t,e Buinethlng sacred my vouch* r* end| Hnnt nrrouitt 'to tht lI..nn..h'' i i4KS.!
advertisements in this for the things' of Oklahoma her native state. <:.r'o. A. *;nr Now turn to the << !) paper It. Carefully, she lifted the (Seal l) flirk. (Irault lourt.
County lorldn find
nk for my Smut <|inrlmrim .'
you are going to buy. Head every one of them, large and small. the odor( of fresh cedar filled the n* .1minMrntur uf the .*\t* of W. II Urnilfonl It. A e.mmly. WI'.MtH.:.:I lorliln.Ily ,

(A small advertiser may have just the thing: you want.) Give Y ENTERTAINERS The trunk/ was lined with ',' 11uh.hlll.JhiN the d.I.Nth. tiny of AiitcuMt.. 101H l-ll-Bl lii'pulr" tlurk.
On top) was n picture of a very J. L.. UNDKItiril.L.':
your patronage to these peoplevho have cleaned up our com- tiful girl. She picked. It up and H-0-flmo. A.lmintolr, NOTICE
. In County JtulKe Court, llradford County
mercial eastern and have been the leaders in standardizing trade. at It wonderingly Why It was - -- -- --,
Flo when she wits n girl. : ESTATE OJl'I
(Copyrighted) Qual'I All liiraimii in th. mlntn of I>r. n.l I I M. I'Ulrh. neeeanetl.. .
The picture however wn P. Wllmin. lAIr of trrndford l rounly. Murliln, H. J. HJTCH. Ailmlnlntralor of tha
ten In the wonders' found, In the ill.rmiivil. are. ...1"1..... to Inc their said. '1"10'.1 I I K.UIe of J. M rutuh, ""'...011.

certain branches of the work linens of all kinds In sheets forthwith and. all... PITHOIIN. havlntr el 1', 1'etitloner.flnrence .
You Have Got to AunlnNt the nnlil .1. mrt> rrtiumlcil' In ".. Viol
Men the National War Work Council of cases towels und many other n* nt them duly' uthrntlrntiil. wllhln one. year ,I hush and J. r:. I-null. h.,..
Kefore she reached the from th,. null* or the, will li", fnr'rvvr Imrnril of J. M. Kulch. ".........eI. and all Other .
...i . MCA, ha been d ilng for lu Thin 27th' ilnv. of .liix-i-mln. IHIHMHS I'rraoni Intereatetl 111 lie Kittnlu: of
time are being curtailed one type knew what the trunk bad/ been JFSSIK A. WILSON. aid J. M hutch. Dectanvil1'efentlanta..
Aunt Flo's "Uo >,' Chest. F."I.b of F.l.le of Ur II I'. Wllmin, d... I I .
Families service in being called upon for m" ) ...."l. 12.21. CITATION
Help Your cooperation than ever ....for.. / knew why It had seemed so 'I O H Oltr NC Eht'IC.AfIJ'' .flnCI(

though,, for come time there M. be. her. l'oor Aunt Flo she hud NOTICE OP El.rCTIONIly I1KIK3: OF J. M rlJKII l"h':(:K: \HH:II,
been married[ As she! leaned, thit power vmloil In them by the Hrhool ANII AI.I. oriircit' "I'KIIHDNS! IN I I'Elt.ES'rli .
approximately 40O to GOO BIlI.nallialLa : : ) IN HIE: FSTMR ,
f.. OF fI ill J.
of the Slnle of 'lo.l France, runny difficulties have su trunk something caught her ( 1*,,1011. InHtriirllim of llrnilforil. rminly hi-n'l.yonli M .11'1'1'11. I'M; 'F.ASFK, <.!KTINO!; ,
A neat of letters tied TAKK: NlllllL. Unit tt. J, .ruled .. ailmln.litlralor i .
Their Homes rounded this type of service and tl. pile with ni An rlictlon lo hi 10..1.1 In HlMClnl Hchonl ,
Run of (hi
on entail of J. M. ruleh. ilictaimd.
Tux Dlnlrlrt' Nn I I. Then..,. on Suliinlny.
ribbon rented at the bottom. I .. ,
thousands of shows which have b"oi lihruiirv Nth. I'll' for of iilliitf| I h. thin day fled In the atmve cell it led, tnintenn
d"Irrmin.un.:i; I .o. : ,I court, a pet,lion, the of
given In France have only been p"i were her aunt's love letters she three trimtirN .ml; to Miniiiiiil i object whlih i ito Is
melt the NorthweHt
of millet. to lie .iWMiiiiilI Quarter of the Northtiuit
In Mplte of aim n1.t suporhuiudifficulties without looking liiHlde.Letter uarter.. r. and the HoiithiaMt. ( .
ever I"or tho imrpimv of hnlillnir the nnlil' ..h.i<- |mart"r ofHi
after letter !Hhe rend. I Norllitiwt. (juarler of Htrllon: IIJ. In I'ownhli
.. Now however with 't tlon lhi> followlnir m.nHifern .. -
Business Lines I' read, like Lewlle's letters nnly pointil : /. Sulllvitn II. M. noemttnl . 4. H.. H tf;..'. ennlnlnlnic, HO.. acna. .
period of demobllliitlon forcing ir II. W. Mo.. .. II. MFor Idn leitg th Htrlp DO feet wide acnMthe
xerxed nnd IIhl-fu"'l1. \\ : of Southiaitt .
the Army new problem huv a t .. n rrviror.srpnhnlrmnn thetoiiiitv
h'I"rilnr to
of llrndrord" Mini,, (
wonderful lover It was thnt <: Itonr'l Puhlla Jniitriietion, Ifru'lfnrtl. .r pay
spirit of co-operation been shown i>) ( onnty, ('lorlilA. di bin due. by the laid J. M. I..h.. dicmited
the Army giKlii.rltle: Therefore, literal .I. hud, had and how anxious tin hud A tti'.t : .old proptrly IIIIMIIB bet'n .wn..1 by hm In
By J. R. HAMILTONFormer I PernUnx ha. detailed Colon.' that they get married/, t Why .;. II fOIM'FI.L. bus. life time, end. then not hi.Inn. aillfichinlPt .. '
.ntoiml prprrly lo oil .1..101.. U
pay It
Co Muperlnlvnili .nil .
Bie'y tIOfitoitnm
Advertising Manager of Wanamaker'e, PhiladelphiaThe Kelly ham 1 hi 1.'n Stuff. to act ''I.nt..rlaIDl..1I1 they Home of his arguments thin'f..,,,. Ordered, that the iltifemliinta. and
Jll"t till' Hllllli"( n H I.t' I""M. low nil other (,it.riionil, InlirtHlid In .Die saint of
offlctr for the A K: 1 : OF prni/ .ICATIOV ,. ,. .
Aunt Flo had, hern. to lit his .nldi. M Kuteh. den na d. asp" 'ar to the 'petition
which pot-ltlon places him IIM the 1 .il ' In Hrrtilt, Court fl....... of Flnrl'li. HlifhthJiirhrlnl II led hirtln' on or lHfortt the :Iril day of
home is a business: as much as the factory, and it must son officer between the Army und t i'',' go by .unheeded The last .. "' Circuit. Urn-Ifon I County In Chit,.. March A. I'l mill and haw eats". If any
iiddreHHed\ In n different bund eery. I they hnve why ald pelitlon Mhoiild. not |HirrNtittd >
shrewd Jewish business! nun recently said : "Y" Entertainment Bureau. In IV 1'1. Alma McMiMnn, ,'. olhi'rwlie the enime will I bti iirouetdi.,,
be systematized. A Theatres and larl(" buildings ni" l h 1/l1.''re. The I Htiitl'ini' 'rv win 1'1 6 1 C"Inptalnsn6. I wtlh IIM In ..u.r .,f ilt. .fnult.
"To happiness in life a man must be /successful: him'k. As Nora rend this .' 's { II I IM fort her .10.1 Hint A .cOl'" of thinonhr
acquire! Inlf taken over m'"rhanlon "uPI.II.,1; I I., A. along three different lines : He must !be a success in his busi the Army are putt! rlg" i 1 them Into i>["'ra tears Ntnrti'd" to her eji'H' !Su rh frmlunt. I ,iiriridlnir the dui named hen.In for appearnnei -
died I In n foreign l'fIlIIlrY-lhl1t It IIIM,Hrlnir hy Htriihisit, ni'i.**...1..1 l to .the dill\ '. In tin Itiailrord/ ounty Teleurrnoh. a
ness a success in his ]health, and a success' : in his family." tlon and the "1"'i"! producing show"given why Aunt Fin bad never ,nt<,il In thi* a""v-.IAft..1, l CIIIIMO tlutt A. H MM .', 11,' |1..1.11.,1! !! lit HlJtrlie. in Huiil aoilltly
by soldier talent alone, and al <., linn lhi- findtint ""''''1" named I.n I. and, Htnli' .. onri* n wt,'k.
Now there are just hundreds of 'llIl11l'n reading this paper dramatic and vaudeville Norn Bat for n long time\ In m'ti-rmlili .r.rI. th: <* Siiitt* of I tnrl'ln I Dun and ?rdi,rid thla the lOlh ,ilny of Junl .
perforelan.'erand tion. A Hounded. It and| Ihnl n .Idrnrr l IH unknownnnu: \ \ ovr th; :* I l miiy, A. II III IK.
who arc not a success in your families.) It is: safe to say that miscellaneous mtiKlral programs. step) was < nu* <.r twcnty-iiH- am It I.'Cnnor. '' nro: \. \\WI iMcitI ': .
"Aunt Flo seal me up hero," he that .ad. non-nt lilint d.! fi mltint ,IM. ,nil,I l lI I I ,,nnly. ,'In.lue of HiiKlfonl which be
over eighty per cent of jou men in America know little about the personnel of all of mutt ogl/ed. I h,., I IH her. by n,>iulrifl I.. npprnr| | tu the hill nf i I I I' "rub. (Is. I..)
bills... recruited from this country ranllalntlb'd, / In ...101 ram.min .ir hi.ft'n, M.*,,- i \ :/: MIKIVSMtormy .
the expenditures of your families! :! except when you see the Owln? to the large number of men "Oh Leslie, she cried as she tin,, the 7th tiny of April. A. p multi! uthi-r. fop 1'itltloner I-11-Vt. elielOt11JC1t
the ed to her feet ; "come and read
You have got to stop this /sort: of thing or jou'll wreck In the Anny with entertainment ubll letters. It Is the saddest thing !

nation. A few weeks.. ago in Chicago a little woman with four Ity, no effort!! M being made. to "ndm..n Aunt Flo I" tJUtJtJu1Iu1.iooocitaouoOWlJoocNhJ61Ut.It9tJt70000iifdOClt) : (,iOUlNJ4J5 .
from this Mde Women howf'v..r.are ,
babies wrote a pitiful note, and ]later they found her] n suicide; wanted for these positions In large It was not necessary for him

in the park. She just couldn't find out how to keep ]her expenses number 1Z5 must tx sent oat from the It'UI'rll.'lIrn:-; told, him what
contained almost before he / Trade
230: ( month but it might as well this country every month which will Export
down. Her allowance was *: a hiince to open, one of them He )
require the cooperation' of every recruiting -
]hate been.OQO: for all the good<< it did. She had no business agency" throughout tL. ooun tho lust one, however and us lie !' 1
he reull/ed just' what a .rftok")
training and she did not know how to buy.You've try. All entertainers are supplied! with Flo was, to keep ..rn III IIIC. He Latin Amerka .

got to teach your families' the use of money, and the uniforms. Life, Accident and Health Hpeuk for some moments for hit .
Insurance, transportation and allow What Sells Here Sells There
best way to teach them is by the example] you set. $180.00 per month for living expenses: that tears after all were not !

who reading this!'! article now probably spl'ntlhun In France. monopolized by women i 8
You men are "Isn't their case like ours?" hn t !M.inufriclur wishing lo market their (rodiulu, in I Latin Amenta will
in the) stores of this:.. town almost The women should' bot preferably Between I
rt'lls of dollars collectively lur.hl'n' he thought Nuru wail
be Lrnrfitrtl \ with
the ages. of 23 and 30 neat Bad by communicating our Export Bureau. We can sell I
] set in spending money will be the for It."All.
dailv. The example you jour attractive and possenned of a pronounced but the dying part" she I your |goods; llirougli! ,[our

example they follow in spending theirs. If you try to save money, ability In their particular! Un"! through her tears

they will try to save it, also. If you spend it recklessly) ] they The field for entertainment aow "That might happen, ; I l Native'Sales Representatives l lt
reaches from the cooot towns. In
"Oh not! I will get married at j
will do the same. business France right up and Into Germany for as you like, Leslie." | anti] trade conn..ttions. f'ulilicily in Iwo hundred' I.aim AmrricnnNewnpaprrs f
If read the advertising carefully, as every man while the "Y" cannot do much with
you "Then let's make It today. i and Iwo hundred, Salon (Motion Picture hratrci) in
hats and shoes and the of Occupation in the way of
out the best values in Army the dearest little
should if pick vlne-covered
; you will Canteen It can supply entertainment South and Central America, will carry (lie story of your prodiuls tlrdi lit
that In the
be village
will setting.: an example
clothes andunderwear, you and is doing so on an Increasinglylarge I lo Mnclidnts. Business !Men Fiuycn and Consumers of ihcte South

save you tons of misery. scale. Information may be obtained .-- American Countries.

else that the stores that adver- from W. C. King. Peters. Build
You know better than anyone 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + +

tise are, as a rule, the most reliable stores. You know that such Ing. Atlanta, Oa t LEGAL NOT 1 1C ha Co-operative CataloguesWeare I

what to do- + + + + + e + + + + + + F 0
values. You you ought
stores offer the best DON'T: YOU FORGET; IT Notice of Guardian :Sale; | anncniLlmg our 191 19 catalogue!: printed in the language!! of the

so do it.fio. i South and Central American Republics[ .
through this advertising now for the things you intend Bear in mind that Chamberlain's Thirty days after date hereof I
I apply to the Honorable Oeo. A. ( I
to buy. Use the same good judgment in your lersonnll'urchas'H Tablets not only move the bowels but tier county Judge, of Bradford / interested write wire or call Ig

as you do in your business affairs. Tench your family how to Improve the appetite and strengthenthe .'Ia., for an order to Bull at BlUtmion

buy. Teach, don't preach, and you won't be kicking at the bills digestion. They contain no pepsin! .i Hale the one-fifth undivided minor ALLIED AMERi ASSOCIATION
Charles Francis Hunt
end of the month rolls! around.A or other digestive ferment but
when the Frank Hicks, deceased in and 1 1c.
business house is not the only thing that can go through strengthen the stomach' and enable it I following doscrilrf-il) lands c ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A. i ia

Insolvenev. There are far more bankrupt homes than factories. I to perform IU functions naturally.Adv. ..- I being in Bradford county Fla.,

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'ji. ;.j.i'j' ;; ;/y'Irvf.y; I.i5'flk1'l ;' .1. the avenge attendance up Do not forget to attend Sunday
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5'/x/5'A1.. ..,. H'.4rp' ,.. ..1'1..11. J '.L 1.41. i.I.54J ,. |rv) Mil KfP)4y) th. 'In fiitin .vlll". I;' a greater Alexander Warren son of W. R.
W i.III"I' f"'t'' "l/Ah.l.A150xr .h. Mt>. chiMren and rend them as long who has been in France lorabout
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."h /I. ,. ti".I"JI.M 11.II.. 4114 .m hi* /.y U> vUtt h boo \ for tha"ld all there I I. a day twelve months has returned
511 u>,<. .t Shr I. .KI. .t M... 1(. M, rnfiton, wh >tirn while they are and
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honorable discharge.
flr .. home with
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l1a.,b., ",111II.,1. ..,1 11.11 P4wr.1r. ,. 5,01. ..Iot''., We'fner4ry, I Woods e, are hoping see every of shell fragment and gassed twice
.IN little
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..,. ,1'$1r 04..41 It' M.. 11 W P:4: W i) Ut". pa1..4). U""fli/h VlvrM)1. hoot age can while in service in France. His many
Af )1.1. .li' Mi"|r /1 ,.., ... .IH "IW home back In school the nutmonth
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|1.454 4 #n'. llm. A.4"x5'14'.4" 1"\ ) of Mr. II. I). Uuk. and take advantage of this ex.tra -

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".t.! Million .r./) Kill./ 0..1..1
MI"//.*, 11'.". H A'/1.... I.H'!" | Mr*. OtU Barry who has been lick itiatlcs published in the papers atface

''''/' M ..1 ...1| ('..11! Ml 5 >,<*. |Ie, A IS.!ii.., Aftlmr/ "llniiiioll, 1 I'. 'll.tka '1..1. ), I., proving .rrlous from the fir at.a. I.r several week pant, wan carried to value. However when J. Ogden

4 .. /I'./l0!; Wll14.,4 |'fn.K,..,1| (If.yl.l.r., ,,f '511.11.l Wills.I'p.ll M ,. MM"|,liy Mint. itmiKttUr' Aunna, I U ' ".".., Trllilil/ and' Bishop were ilnevlle! hospital last week where
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..1"11"/ .1, .he underwent an operation. intha
.. / Increased 245
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p4.b, a and theprice
.1... last four Justifies
y I./" Mf .,,) M,. I'" M, 44e1.'o l r, i.f Will In Itlu Mil) "'.I.y. I h.r aufTerlnifa. All that loving hand The last report she was years
4'.l1.1 i..V| w> ) poundthat
Mf ki'.tir, )' | ioll of bacon at 70 cents per
... Ftl Ilia ho.. Mnat nt tint hoiia.wlv urn buoy I. ."ul.. do ilona but &it no avail
ill/ l4 .llt4y III wa ,
.h4. :.... warn Ml< HO well but her
doing many shown.
I ,I'S. .......1111 114111x0' l1 1 not basis we have to be
M .'f li. .c (,.i "i.l 1., Mr a i"t, M MmlUniiIt I lila. n.| lnK| r..'ly In atari thatrH4riBd4 .Nth claiming her .* Its victim. Irl..ndll wlh her a speedy recovery.A. on is authority
Lakeland Telegram
45.41.1I .IIrs..I.4 .I/u,..t" .1')) | mi |'h.| Hlli, Kha wa M .l.volail, wife anti mother Surrency a business vi*' ofprime
,51.1/5./, 1:11\.10. .- . . D. wa for the statement that the price
'| |l,. *44ltl" III4M |illl|...$ tiliP1 Mlltlii ...r '...1)1 to ilo for the nick and Itor to Starke Monday in foul'years
1.:1..1..1'' Chicago
..54l4 western
AiJ' 54 t5..w1. 1,4.45.t. . 1..1.. ,t..v .. hunt) fliiii-Ujf n"lt l I. l I.a .. well .tUlnoil IJIONIIY: 'I.AKKI'liialiv "nly, Only' ten il.y. before her Mr. and Mr*. R. T. Ostcen have been ago was $10.45 per cwt., and is

( .Mil. f>< I I..!.. |11.1/5.5 HUH .1.| !I..!, Mr..It l , | .. 11114)u ) : I..It., \?.II.\ |14. ,'h. fern.,* ..nth ahn wa up .Imlnl.t.inlr to lur.her ,nding the last few day. In Gra.ham $17.50, an increase of about fiGper

fl". "I |/II| M....., III1 f..t. M'lll.f. $ w itin$ .... ... 'in 515., h. rt.i *,. Ukliitf Mivtiiitir| ..fho nlr. I..v..| ni.a faithfully who were with their daughter, Mr*. J. II.Surrency cent. Perhaps Mr. Armour can

. (l,ll'. 'ring rmh.. come dlai-.". account of the serious .
.1. ,I. on
.t.| lP4Iir1.45M| this tool the Interstate Commerce com.mittee
l 4 |I. "..'10.' wh5rh hey are having de.
WlM.llnl'l. l-f .| Il4llll Wllll Hhn Inavn to mourn her a
.It1, Mil .III"1 their little grandson Wood.row. '
d. ,a.5 .".. i* of with such statements and per.
} J fl. t.I V, ...k mn| 4ra vary Uuay, v,1 huliaml four Rmall children,
MI.\ .. 1,414! 4 | '.111.| | Mill who wee suffering from influen- .
L'li./.v. .ve1,4"d Not. Lakeland Telegram.
5,41.5 "Mil 4BMl|, fl4lnnl, s.1.4.444, ,. "...1. |, I ti.ra MI./ Alli-a; Thoritliiit and lirotlmr, ":.In*, ..I.n., It. N. and Ltha, aher The child died Monday ps -
1t.1I"/ l'/.14I4..s./.1,4.', ' .1) 4 dlaliyUlnl4 pneumonia.
Alton$ and. lloili. ylallail\ their 01/11" {
/al./lv.. '. mother Mr. and Mr. R.
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51 10 4.44,1.| l Miiaai ti after several day of suffering. break last week in theprlC'e
.I !h.5', YII4/,0 ** 41s ila I'I II llrymit, Wu".Uy. - Tie sharp
.,.... 415/55/w5'/ ..,. |.ii>..iit V.> I"M* II./ ., JilttM Mllli'tyi lif tl4littlnt, KliiirH,: Kelly wa. union* loom In Their relative and friend. here join of dairy products in Chicago andother

..$... .... "1'1415., ,( lindl I! it Ulo' |.,.(., || (oil oty ,40.40.1, ,1,0 ...",... 'lltU ...
w5/rry.. .WI"+ ylx1551) .1.5.0e5.4| I f.11'II.5' / ill, ,5).. ,I'lillolUit. .iliurili 554'5,5.14'I.vrl.4d Mil It. M Ms Ii.. /la nn (h. .".It Hat thin be he must ona.. dealers to refusal of household
for to profitable
.. MU4 hog
| t I. ", .1$ (5h.t a
Barefoot Sunday
M. pent
.ti . aeitar./4..4' |( tin* ) will !h. M,. 1'. er.I to pay the high prices. That would
> tltnt ha
nil ) .k l'l" ... |I. Inn' wash Iiul W. hi>|irt mill I,. 'kept growing from birth to m.r.k.Un" *
I I. \
...i. (+I".", tit n1llt with her niece Mm. J. H. Surrency
< Mix < nMf likely a break anywhere but
,iirf Mlj, I pusS l ft .1.l ,la In I.. nut .".1", .. .. He run not be profitable produce
ii". ''$.ll.. tit , l4y .f/e//4/1 0' Graham. nparatively few people have solved
.rl llrymit WOl'.
( Mlaan4 K 'lily an.i| l'' (
He alwayaIn
Wi'i"l.iil) I....iio.. vUl .Un ha I I. healthy. ran
ft II was M
... F1.15I.e' 5/1rx.Io, I'.IB Clnii.U I Ida .."... of Mlaa Polly MtlUa, Htm' condition if he H. C. Surrency left Sunday for Plant the problem of living without food.Plant .-
. .. lucng
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,IMF lii 1\$. | a i
M5 514404/'. Ih1"nU.4 1'1.13 l ,.) ((1)4) | ., City. where h. will spend a while with > City Courier.
tttiiiilivr" nf 'Ilia I. foil II. A. Thom. Hog Powdor. We
ft I I'U) lilylil it yiMliiiffnlli4
05405, MJ ,l I$11.111,5, '..5.4v$ y .1, t I. Ilititartilll ...1 family vlallnltil relatlvu. .
1'1 lull that this remedy
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.1.... 51. x,141'Al II,. liiiina .., |I'. It llrymit NI.,, events rh.lora, rrmovei worm andC'Urt" tlr. and Mrs. J. E. lemons spent Our office boy says that if our

'I.. $I ota. I 1',1.' *., .lnt (a 1.' ...I..II! .uJya.l| halt fiyt l.tllla Ml.... Wlliim and Nxllla Kil- hump If the does notike Sunday jn Gainesville with their rernment-controlled trains contin-

fI..h.I. ...t) 11.55. I I.I..y 1'/.041544 Itavlalvf' li f flluillB, wllil powder arrive later and later willsoon
to they
.. 1'1 .1'1' .1.' Melton Hunility Sold Mrs. Klniey. ue
warts vlallmt Mlaa )Dully .1 will. byI
finxl we
will// bf I'*,*.U, Mr ...1) \\ ., t5 14 UlolV .I'BOII .('.,,,.,a.4 fllMIt III.St. . .".,...". O. Manning Stark. > be running a whole day behindand

4,5b5., ..1...0. 1.15//4,0, I then nobody will know the difence. -

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1Yt I ",.lMi) }, II.Is. ...! mM H Soy nfl rtt"iiit and "tlj.>yr>.l (ItrniaBlvtii \, t\I. Andrew. Hulford.I. ...w. llchlnil Ptl... and you eae M
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/ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1919. t s' ': "

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1 e ?AGE EIGHT sisters, 1\lrs"1 G. B. Colson spent Tuesday In '\ '

i.", week :1 Harley Thomas and Smith John' I I Dowlr1il' t'Waldo, five thlot Gainesville .fJ
here last BItobertsinnd'Netg.Iyaleofplace
; ; ___ army, spent a few days C. and Earl Sun , ,
l. .. section Saturday L. T. Osteen I
this v.
' .. .. / guest at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. G. were callers to Mrs. Annie Johns, of Hampton, I II in Graham.
, ; __ Jacksonville spent Sunday
j of
r- 1 ,( M.! Bennett. ,afternoon. Minnie and Ida Dowling, Mark demons has been, spend ,
I "I
Chas. Gilljunl, of Hampton, spent GItAFhtll one brother, Ernest Dowling,
I in Gainesville.A .
with his famil in France; and a I few days
the week-end here I who somewhere -
CoUI1ty is rather sod incident occurn .1 i "
News Items :Mrs. P. II. Neal was a visitor to = of relatives and friend I Ir
I I Graham, Feb-: 11. Messrs. James host rest in the M<.tho- here last week when death enter ,, "" Eot...
Saturday.We laid to .. .
,, ._- cold wt'ather at I Reynolds and Tom Mills made a business She was Rev 1 L. C. home of Sol Dukes, claiming hi" %\ ,', '
Hampton =
are having some I dist eometijry; nt later :Mr. Dukei 1 i .
trip to Starke Monday. the last sad rites. and three days ,,.
Facts Gathered During the Week by OurRegular this writing.Pvt. Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Fogg were Smith performing I were victims of the flu. VOL
Interesting Leroy Russell and wife apent : extends their i dcep- "
I ,
Correspondents. Starke. I business visitors to Starke Monday.. The entire family inI llcv. Dukes and daughter, Mis I 1.1 l ,--
Saturday in to ..
of Cyril, was here on cat sympathy through he Sunday al'ti i\,,. ?
Our community dipping vat will Mr.: Jackson, I bpicovcment. I passed' 'L Kl
, their funeral of their ,.n", ., J i
,,; ....... neon be in operation. business :Monday ; Death of Mr.: S.: U. DukesThis I to attend TO
, Remember, preaching survici at Jack Wynn, of Sampson City, was of the saddest e\,>nt!! brother, which took place in th ti ,,II','. :

I "I, news attended the wedding: of tho latters and Sun- here Monday guest of his brothe, N. is one this i etery nt Hampton. '
Saturday p '
TO (; of Water- the Baptist church that has ever occurred in $t ,oo'
;) Hicks .
,matter must be signed by the wri- niece, Miss\ Gladious day. Everybody; cordially Invited to P. Wynn. I Since writing the death of Mrs J S. D. : Seeb Newsom is convalescing from :(.1..

,I i. ter... ..Vulture to do this will rcsult oak, Wednesday Mil- attend. : Charlie McKinney, of Louise, 'yas I Mr. Dukes has followed ; Dukes,
,: The many friends of George Business.i Mrs L. T. Osteen attendrd .
; publishe the visitors here Monday on Satunight Mr. and
the items not being M. Uersey was its victim
Jn I R. among him
confined as
r. :.\ that ho is aod claiming
t I ; / Icr regret to learn seat Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKinney 1 the funeral of little Woodrow $ur-
" ;0:, I trouble We to the county ,i February 8th.
'' ; 1') .'. c' CLAY HILL ITEMS I to his room with heart ,, K. B. Woodard was in ItnmptcMonday on granddaughter, of. Monteocha, re, The, disease was the cause of rency, at Graham, Tuesday morningDr. h
I same
: : wish for him a speedy recovery. Jacksonv )), . here Monday: after Tribble passed through here last
; f !> .I.... : enroute to \ L. C. his death, only living four days i
(-> Clay Hill, Feb. 14.-The last weeks : J. W. Battep left Sunday morning Messrs. Chesley Fogg and I taking it. All that medical aid and week on professional business.
to the Clay HIGHLAND where he will spend Smith made a business trip to Gaines- coul do i Marvin Hazen was a business visitorto
' rain "'IlS a, I for Jacksonville, close attention by loved ones
:. : 4.= during the week, combining vile!\ Tuesday. l He a devoted Graham Tuesday morning.
t\; Hill folks ? Feb. One of the Wes. several days done for him. was
; In'to Highland, of Brooker, was aI was I who has been at New,
.?' Mri Hr H<'.Hudson was visitin Union Telegraph Co'", cons business with pleasure.Mrs. i Homer Gainey, husband and loving father, always Fred Hazen,

; -, this community Saturday afternoc i lion tern forces, consisting of about fitteen Rhoda Sapp, of Raiford, r spent I business visitor here Wednesday.Wednes, I ready and willing to render what assisI nan, Ga., for the past few weeks, returned :

We are glad to report that Mr. S. J.i for two few days here last week with her Henry Surrency was here I in his power. He leaves; home Sunday
lot I arrived hero Tuesday a a Mrs. tance that lay I II
af- men, his granddaughter, Lewis is home again, after
is recovering Bennett. visiting Miss Daisy
i Starling and family months' They are constructing daughter, Mrs. G. M. day the four children, two boys and two
r. stay.
attack of influenza. old .- J. II. Surrency.Dr. I mother, several broth- teaching a very successful term at
ter an I lines and repairing the { Mr. E.> H. Carter and son, lIenry, new foreman in charge and FIVE MILE Hodge, of Gainesville, was a and sisters, a number of relattves Vanderbilt school. I
L. M. Burton is ers tf
*, visitor here Tue.idajMessrs. Hazen made k
Jacksonville Lucian
\ made their usual trip to of Waldo, is pilot for professional I and a host of friends to mourn his Marvin and a t tr ts
> <1 jriiry tho'past week. i J. S. Johnson, Five Mile, Feb. .-:Mr. and !\Irs.Geo. : Carl Lewis and Guy Pir Rev. L. C. Smith performed trip to Lake Butler Sunday afternoon,

t k; : Mr. Jn A,. Starling, of Jacksonville, the W.railroad.M. Wimberly made a business! Williams visited relatives' in Five alter, of Brooker were here Wednesday I I departure.the last rites over the body and it Miss Tave Andreu spent a few days

is upending a ,few days with his pa. .WednesdjMian \Mile Thursday of last week. I on business. ''Wall laid to rest by the side of hi!! >f last week at Raiford with her nephw -

, i(r.r rents):iMr, and Mrs. S. J. Starling In trip: to Maggie the metropolis Crews visited Miss Le- Dewey Dukes and sister, Miss Delle, Wade Thomas, of Monteocha of, Wa hill'I >l ''wife in the Methodist cemetery atI Mr. Lewis, who had the misfor

in Worthington one day : here Tuesday at the bedside I''tune lose his wife Feb. 2nd.
and shopping
: this M'ctlOll., Saturday were Sunday afternoon.
Crews at Lawtey Hampton
: : Mr. B. I). Carter has been visiting ona last week. I sister, Mrs. S. D. Dukes., I II I The community wishes to express: Miss Rosa Norwood, of Crescent'ity

.. '" in/ this sectioqMuring the past week. I Sunday.A. business visitor Marion Dowling was a business visitor Mr. and Mrs. Barry Dyal and i chil.I its sympathy to the bereaved ones I is with her grandparents, :\ .
Crews was
Mr._.Uardire and Tommie l'aJtett! : A. Saturday. to Five Mile last week. I dren were here Wednesday on t I' Tis beautiful here on earth to live. Mrs. T. B. Shi ley. ,.,' ,4
to Lawtey
;' : wan tnutHftoting business in Ilighland. :Mrs II. C. Wimberly and Miss Win- Rev. Wallace Kerce delivered nr Interesting I I ness. 3ut this we know ,our friends must go, i Otis Barry spent :Monday in Gaines-
; of was aI
Saturday%'''' and, Master Billy Wimberly were sermon to an appreciative I Earl :Middleton, Hampton To reign with God on the Heavenly I ille with his wife ,
: Silt. "Ellis Starling was shopping in Jacksonville Saturday. audience Sunday. I, business visitor here Tuesday. I shore Rev. Scarborough, of Starke, filled
visitors to Thomas vlsite ,.,'ive ]:\Iile Messrs. N. D. Wynn, Geiger Barry 'at Bradford
Highland; Saturday. W. M. Wimberly spent Sunday with Roland They left this world of sin and strife 'his regular appointment '
s '
4 i Mr. L. M. Carter passed through friends, in Lawtey.J. Monday. Kl, -, und Robert Groover made a '' To enjoy a heavenly life; hurch Saturday and Sunday. He was ;
Monday evening. Mr. Gillespie a woodsawinf on trip to< Starke Thursday. I' his daughter Laura,
this community S. Johnson spent the we'k-end gave Linzie It we could see their smiling face,, ccompanied by 1
1 t Mr. li. B. Padgett was a caller at with his family at Waldo. Saturday afternoon which was well at- I Messrs. J. R, Beville and .Vo could not wish them back in I this and Ida Williams. .

the home of Mr. S. J. Starling Tues- R. L. Black, of Gainesville, was hereon .ended. After supper the young fplks|and Lane were in Starke Thursday onbusiness. i I worldly place. T. B. Edwards, of Worthington, wasn \

day. businessIonday.! amused themselves with games Their loving voice is stilled, early visitor here Saturday morn. :
: of Plant !
Starling spent Friday< I Mr. and Mrs. Gus Padgett,
'. Mr. W. A. \Miss Saleta Mercer spent the weekend nusic. A place made vacant in their home HIT.
'A night in Maxville with friends! i and with friends and relatives in Jack- J. N. Gainey has moved to Lake City: are here visiting the formBarents i'I which ne'er can be filled. Mrs. W. S. Nabb was on the sick list
home Satur- will reside in the future. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Padget '
relative, and returned ionville. Sutler where he I Death of Little Wood row Surrency part of last week.

3 River Goldwire Colson, of Brooker, was 10 the deathel an- Mr. and Mrs.: Frank Andreu of New
u day.Mrs. Miss Lillie Grifns, of New I I On Monday, Feb. ,
W. A. Starling spent Sunda; In visitor here Monday. Master Oren Dekle spent Saturday here Friday on business. entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. liver, were in town shopping Monday.
brother Mr. D. vas a with his cousin, Master I Mrs. S. B. Price, of Hampton, is the
her md their
Maxville visiting at from them their accompanied home by
ti Leslie Griffis visited his parents I J. II. Surrency, taking They were
H. F. Price. i ii
:,. E. Tanner and family. Sunday. Nelson Dekle. I guest of her brother, eloved baby, Woodrow. He was t two (;ttlo granddaughter, Oveida Andreu.

i Mr. C. B. Starling was a visitor In klaxvill0 Elisha Wilkinson, of Jacksonvi, :Mrs. P. P. Doklc had as guests Sun- i Mr. and Mrs. Peter Angelo, of ears, five months old and was only Minnie Lee Clemons i* nere wither

:4 !3'i Highland Saturday. I visited his family here one day 1 last cJuy her mother, Mrs. S. S. Proctor,, ot onville, were here Thursday Price. Jack-I< ill I for a short while, suffering seriously brother, Louis Clemons, and is at-

: The folks in this section are getting Lake Butler. lof Mr. and Mrs. H. F. from influenza-pneumonia. ending the Brooker school.
another crop. Mrs. Addie Blume and daughter, I Messrs. E. T. Stewart, John this
for planting
t. ready I Earl C. Carter is expected home onn Lewis ami. Dr. Thomas did all that medical aid Grandma Gainey is spending

BRAIFOR11- visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.I. Has Josephine, spent Sunday afternoon A'an: Eldon Baxter, Carl here i I could do to relieve the little one otI reek in Lacrosse with her son, Elder
I of Brooker were
with Mrs. P. P. Dekle. Pinholster, ,
: wock. Mr. Welch of Gainesville and family
,. S. Carter, some time this his Buffering. Mrs. lainey,
t soldier in Uncle Sam's Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blume and daughter : Saturday on business. I nursed him faithfully untilist. the Lester Pinholster of Pine Hill, at-
'arter' Is ,
I 1 the'reKular a Mile Sunday. Middleton and wife were v -
'. Bradford, Feb. 14.-Sunday was from passed through Five I Dr. lovable child, services here Sunday.
I rmy and has lately returned i overseas He was a bright, tended
church day. Communion serI L. G. Johnson and P. P. Dekle at. tors here Saturday.
he active service. I all who knew him. Mrs. P. S. Colson and children were
saw loved
> by ..
held and the pastor i delivered ended the Pentecostal services Sun: Mrs A. Lane and son, Linzie, spent I .
vices were : lie( was wounded in one of the battles. I with her, He was laid to rest in.It.!\ Sinai cemetery In i town shopping Saturday afternoon.Mrs.
to Lake City
a very impressive sermon day.Mr. I the week-end at I Rev. L. C. Smith performing the T. C. Hazen was sick a few
audience. Mr.! and Mrs. Smith Mrs. James Dyal. : :
attentive and : aughter
a large and I Til ER ESS A Tyre ; last sad rites. The floral offerings days of last week.
Attended church Mile Sunday. McKinney, of Lake Butler -
Five Mae
Arthur Edwards ttended church at Miss Mrs.
beautiful. lie leaves to mourn Mrs. T. Godwin and daughter,
Saturday night. ; Mrs. B. J. Thomas called on Mrs. is here, guest of Mrs. C. B. Rob- were
at Brooker Theressa, Feb. 14.-Our school closl'd his departure, besides the heartbrol T. L. Godwin, were business visitors

Mr. George James attended church : 1 Friday with one of the most suc- 'ekle' one day last vlilitor rts.Lacy of New River, spentthe I parents, two little sisters, Aileen and here Saturday afternoon. ,
I Dukes a Reynolds,
Sam was
here Sunday. has been taught relatives. Tht! Engineer Tatum
which We to
ceslful terms elma, and other near are glad see
had as her lIe reported 1 thosick week-end here with his parenw,
Miss Georgia here for some time. We were. to have to Five Mile immunity extends to the family their hack on "Peggy" as it looks more
Misses Blanche Andreu folks in his section as improvii Mr. and Mrs. James Reynolds.
guest Sunday school but 1 the "
of natural.
six months' term to'I deepest> sympathy.
and Laura Scarborough. a' >idmeic of influenza has appeared Dr. J. !M. Mann pnsses through here W. P. Byrd made a business trip We are glad to report Grandma Anderson -
Shaw attended church here almost daily on professional call1l; faldo Saturday.
Clyde again and it was decided it would be I BKOOKER much better.
lumber of CHI ses Dyal, of Sampson City, wahere
there being quite a Berry
Sunday. ,
y best to close the school for the term. Paxton Shirley writes his mother
Mabry llarrell was a pleasant visItor i S. B. Woodard, of Jacksonvil, ot flu nearby. Most of the patients Saturday on business.Strickland and'I' Brooker, Feb. 14.-S. V. and R. Andreu that he likes France just fine and has

to Worthington Sunday. came home Saturday for a week's va- are improving and we hope all aoon Mr. and Mrs. Elijah visiting! two of Brooker's business men, a good job offered him with a splendid

W. Williams and Wye attended' ition. will regain their health. children were here Sunday were attending to business in Gainesville ilary. lie thinks he will remain over -

church here Sunday. I and Blantc, We are having some real cool weather latives. Tuesday afternoon.E. while.D.
Mrs. J. E. Owsley son, there for a .
Vascoe lIazen which makes us stickclose and Mrs. R. T. Osteen, of
and week Mr.
Cheater Andreu this business
shopping in Starke Saturday.E. I B. Andreu Jr., was a M. Malphurs had a case of the
church here Sunday. I were the chimney corner. rooker spent last week here at thj!
to ,
attended week.
have : Lake Butler last
T. Brown and family moved visitor to unips last week.J. .
Services out here have been changed, : i Dewey Dukes called on Mr. Dekle' bedside of their little grandson Woodrow -! New River fil1-
of ,
i to Haynes City We wish them success Rev. N. T. King, M. Manning of Jacksonville,
to the third Sunday in each month. I in their new home. ''Monday afternoon. lIe said he wall': Surrency, who is suffering from i ia ed his appointment here at the Baptist pent part of last week here with

Miss Blanche Andreu was in Broo! I school leaning up" so as to start his crop severe case of Influenza-pneqmonia'i Saturday and Sunday
Miss Bedia Croft, who taught church lends
evening. I the weather moderated R :, Oliver Sparks and sister, Grace, of
er Saturday here, returned to her home at Lulu t on as soon as C. N. Shaw was a visitor to Gainesville Friends and relatives of Mrs. L. F.
afternoon *:n.*,. church here Sunday. -
the Sunday attended
Fay Andreu was Saturday night. While here she won bit.: ', one day of last week.L. irrency wilt be glad to know that shecan
of Virginia Edwards.>!! Wilson visited his uncle, B. J. .
guest Mack last week-e
many friends who were grieved to lIeeher < otWaldo. F. Surrency spent be brought home the latter part
Mabra llarrell was the guest i of Thomas, Sunday. I I Morgan Prevatt and wife.
leave and hope that she will I I bewith in Gainesville with of the week.
Miss Eva Edwards Sunday. Miss Norma Dekle visited homefolks attended church here Sunda) Saturday InAlachua.
us again in the near future. Inez Abernathy spent J. D. Baxter is doing some repair .1
Arthur Edwards was the guest ot Sunday, returning to Lake But-I Mrs. Reacy Barefoot, Leroy Osteen
Russell of Fort Dad, ; .
Pvt. Leroy ,
his home here this week.
!Miss Ruby Parrish Sunday. here recently with ler Sunday afternoon. I d Earl Surrency, of Brooker, ape E. R. Poppell and Miss Conewere near
few Supt.
rj Mrs. Billie Surrency was the guest ent folks.a days Misses Mae Dukes and Pearl J oberts Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. I prominent visitors here at theschool Our farmers are busy getting ready

r vl Mr! .. r, W. Edwards Sunday C. A. Youngblood and JoePhillips were appreciated callers at the'' Surrency. last Monday afternoon, makii/!: to plant. Quite a few of them antici- E

Miss Ida Williams was the guest>! of the visitors to thecounty Dekle home Saturday. I Dr. Thomas made a business trip toLacrollse interesting talks along thelines pate planting melons and are making
among !lome very
Mrs. C W Edwards>! Saturday. seat were Saturday.Mrs. B. F. Gainey spent Saturday in Lake Sunday. of educational matters, also can'ninJr hal'te to get them in the ground.(

Wesley Williams attended churc H. D. May and children attended Butler. I Messrs. Lacy Reynolds and PercyJones I Irelatives. and poultry interests. Superi Misses Ethel and Mabel Byrd, ofGraham I
here Sunday. Master Dana Dukes spent Saturda Sunday in Lacrosse with hasbeen Mrs. Byrdand i
the Coleman-Lee wedding at Lakeside spent tendent Foppell) says our school accompanied by
I There will be Baptism next thir Sunday. afternoon with Kirke and Julian D I IMrs. blessed so far as not having tobe J. Kale, of Tampa, passed through I

Sunday, let's all attend. \Miss Estelle Woodard was a visitor kle. I D. :M. Byrd and children andJoe discontinued on account of the fI flu here Sunday morning to the home ofJake t

George Parrish was in Worthington to Starke Saturday. Messrs. Johns and Blume were business t Call, of Tampa, were here Sunda i and 1 I various diseases that are invadir Kale, of Lacrosse, father of thelatter (,

Sunday afternoon. things we would like to know; liasScott visitors in Five Mile one day enroute to Lacrosse, where they were I Icalled I the country at present. We have thepromise who was seriously ilj with

Seeber Edwards accompanied by his Swindel found his trousers yet'1 last week. I to the bedside of their fathe, > of a month of su{>-sFltpolg\ ifI eumonia. j

sister and Miss Laura Scarboroughattended Hiss Rhoda Bennett left Monda; Tom Dukes was an appreciated cal- Mr. Cail, who is suffring from an at-I the average attendance will hold up Do not forget to attend Sunday

church Sunday night.C. for Raiford, where she will spend several IeI' to our section Saturday. tack of influenza. I It is hoped that the patron. will tAke school next Sunday.
H. Newsom and family attended Gorman Parrish visited relatives i inFive rlr. and Mrs. Chesley Fogg specweekend interest in the welfare ottheir .
I days guests of relatives. a greater Alexander Warren, son of W. R.Warren
church here Sunday. Miss OrrleKing Mile Friday. the in Gainesville. children and send them as lonlt forabout t
Last Thursday night who has been in France
i W. Crews and family attendee entertained number of herfriends John Mott passed through Five MileSaturday. Irs. Wilder has returned from as there is a day of school. Now i is months has returned
a twelve ,
church here Sunday.Misses home of Mrs. R. M.King. He was on his way to visit Hampton. where she has been for thepast time while they are young and opportunity -
; at the the home with an honorable discharge.
9 I Georgia Edwards, Blanche his uncle, Martin Rimes. I IP. two weeks. itself. The teact
After the arrival of all theguests presents lIe was wounded in the leg with a bit
Andrew, Laura Scarborough, Messn and P. Dekle was transacting buS1nesll Irs.( Welch, of Gainesville, arrivedhere hoping to see every child ofIchool
several played twicewhile
games were en of shell fragment and gassed
Seeber Edwards and Harry Edwards in Lake Butler Wednesday. last week to nurse little Woodrow be from
served that can spared
hot; chocolate and were age in service in France. His manyvinds
i were the guest of Mrs. C. W. Ed At a late hour they departed, reporting W. O. Roberts passed through Five'Mile < Surrency. the home back in school the nextmonth are gald to have him backhome
wards Sunday afternoon. Friday. Death of Mrs. S. D. Dukes of this
those and take advantage extra -
nice time. Among presentwere.
a again.
Misses Florence Hall Estell L. S. Dekle was among the weekly; I On Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 4, Mr session which will be of much irit --.--

ii MILLER villi tors to Five Mile last week.Mr. S. D. Dukes departed this life, afte
Woodard, Orrie King, Gertrude andElsie tere to all. Moat' people are inclined to take

li i 14. Misses Carr!> Hmson and Mrs. Ruby Gaines; ( Long and family motored over ; a short illness of influenxa-pneumon Ins Otis Barry, who has been sick statistics published in the papers atface

Miller Feb. Mel8rs. E. A. Gaines, Arthur Bennett, to Dukes ia, proving serious from the first for several weeks past, was carried toGainesville value. However, when J. Ogden

i! Belle, Mabel and Pearl Brown Eurie accompanied Wil- Fl't'eman Register, of Starke, Willie ( Murphy and daughter, Agnes, I Drs. Thomas, Tribble and Bishop wer hospital last week, wher Armour tells us that the price of livehogs
1 Carl ,
by Messrs. insCyril Manire and Alvah Saxon, called on Mrs. Dekle Friday. In onstant attendance and did all thatmedical ahe underwent an operation. It Is has increased 245 per cent in
,+ 1 bur Brown, attended church at business visitor I Ito could do to relieve her of :
Dennis was aid benecessary.
of Hampton, and others. Argo a feared that a second operation will the last. four years, and justifies theprice

;' Sunday.Mr. In Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger, of rive Mile Friday. I her sufferings. All that loving handscould The last report she was of bacon at 70 cents per pound
Eurie Spires, of Jasper, was Most of our housewives are busy I do was done, but to no avail, well but her manyfriend" : shown
friends Sun.r were guests Sunday at the home not doing so on that basis we have to be
this community visiting of her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Madisonnail. this week getting ready to start their'gardens death claiming her as its victim. wish her a speedy recovery. The Lakeland Telegram is authority

day. on the 14th. ( She was a devoted wife and mother, A. B. Surrency was a business visItor for the statement that the price otprime

Miss Lottie Stokes attended church 'I.ho weather man caused our Sun ever ready to do for the sick andneedy. to Starke Monday.Ir. western hogs in Chicago foul'years j'I

L at Providence Sunday.made business day school Sunday not to be as well attended CROSBY, LAKE Only ten days before herdeath : \\ .and Mrs.\ R. T. Osteen have beenspending ago was $10.45 per cwt., and is
J. S. a
Mr. usual. she was up administering to herloved the last few days in Graham - increase of about 80
$17.50, an
tI trip to Lake Butler one day last week. as in Starke Saturday. Crosby Lake Feb. 14.-The farmers ones faithfully who were sutferlng with their daughter Mrs. J. II.Surrency Mr. Armour canfool
G., W. Hinson was pel' cent. Perhaps
Dr. J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler advantage of the niceweather '
q are taking from the same disease. on account of the serious illness I the Interstate Commerce com.mittee *

n made a professional visit here one K.! B. Woodard, of Jacksonville, whoa which they are having thisweek She leaves to mourn her death a devoted i of their little grandson, Woodrow with such statements, and per.

day last week. and are very busy. husband, four small children, suffering from Inftuenzapneumonia. -
Miss Anna has position with the J. S. O. Y.,,, who was s-Not.-Lakeland Telegram.
Last Friday evening Misil' Alice Thornton and brothers and Letha, .
} night and Sunday hereguest Edna, Leland, R. N. The child died Monday -
a I Belle Peeples entertained a good many:: sp4'nt of relatives.ev. Allen and Dock, visited their uncle, tather, mother Mr. and Mrs. R. N after several days of lutterlng.Their The sharp break" last week in theprice
'i of her young friends with a John Mullady, of Hampton delivered P. B. Bryant Sunday. relatives and friends here join : of dairy products in Chicago andother
Quite number were present.late hour two very Interesting sermonshe Enoch Kelly was among those in GROWING HOGS In extending sympathy to the bereave large centers is attributed bymany
until a ,
played afternoon.
games were this section Sunday
of household
church dealers to refusal
Christian Sunday.
i J when everybody departed for their haying at leveland Lee, and Miss Dora McEwen n. M. McRae is on the sick list thiswpek For a hog to be profitable he mast Mrl. P. M. Barefoot spent Sunda ers to pay the high prices. That wouldlikely

homes expressing themselves as of Lake Side, were in our burgSunday but we hope that he will soon be be kept growing from birth to marbtlng with her niece, Mrs. J. H. Surrency, produce a break anywhere, but
enjoyed the occasion.Mr. afternoon. able to be out again. age. He cannot be profitableunle811 of iraham. iparatively few people have solved

George Shaller, of Providence, Missel Kitty and Pearl Bryant were he is healthy. He can always
I visi for Plan of without .
S. B. Woodard was a business H. C. Surrency left Sunday the problem living -
was visiting friends here Sunday.Mr. visited his I tor to Hampton Monday. the guests of Miss Dolly McRae, Sun- be In I a profit-producng condition if he City. where he will spend a while withrelative. City Courier.
Douglass We'positively
Eugene Powder.
B. Thomas' Hog
is ted A.
of the
number .
sister, Mrs. J. J. Bielling, of Providence Friday night a youngfolks day.J.. L. Underhill and family visited tell that this remedy ..
; you
Crystal lake andenjoyed Our office boy that if ourernmentcontrolled
went out on and Mrs. J. E. Clemens spentSunday says
Sunday. at the home of P. B. Bryant Sunday. i prevents cholera, removes worms andcurel Mr. trains contino

Miss Kate Douglass, who is teachingat a fish fry. Little Misses Wilma and Nellie Edwards thumps. If the powder does notmake jn Gainesville with theirdaughter willsoon -
arrive later and later
to; they
and Sunday Register, of Starke, Mrs. Kinaey.
Saturday reeman ,
Lawtey, spent I visited Miss Dolly McRae Sun- good we will. Sold by behind
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. E. I has lately been discharged from the Starke. I be running a whole day
day afternoon. J. Manning\ and then nobody will know the dlf- 'I'It
of this place, returning Lake Butler. Pile Cored In 6 to 14 Days 'II
nO Douglass visIted Dou lass A Knight,
evening. 1b. Quinine I Thai Docs Not Affect Tbs Head : A large number of young folks If PAZO OINTMENT fats nee.-Tampa Times. Ye're a byeafter I
Sunday ntand mooer
to Lawtey Jeffries was in Worth- I 8eca1JlM! of It* hank end t I.x.tlm .ir rt. LA XA.TlVE at the home of M. J. McRae Sun- W. L. Overstreet. Lawtey. I |a late Itching\ Blind. Bleeding oc Protruding Pile. me own heart, whoever ye be.- ,
Mils E. Mae BROMO QUININE. Tab eta) can be tkrniryoe day afternoon and enjoyed themselves A., D. Andrews, Raiford. nlly relieve Itching Pile 1 end you ": aIsleepaltar = Citrus County Chronicle.
shopping Saturday. without I caiulnil nerwwanea.orringing Jones Hampton.. ..Adv.I : the drat flkuuo. Pile
Ington J. V. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown and family It >ahead. E.W,GROY E ..& turecubo ale.V very much. ..

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