Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 21, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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NUMBER 34
STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1919

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' tii&TO IIAVJ NEW-$10,000 CHURCH I HUNDRED -ACRES TO BEANS want the business men of Starke to read this. I Br..m Corn Ircminif;;:: ; Likely In 11.I <'- Ilurltd Prom Trestle Into Ditch DyingIn.tnnllyOther

$6,000 T"entycr's Will Be Planted to Beets "..mE' Important Industry" Here I Item) *
Fund-
Subscribed. on Building We told the of
Want runners to plant Twenty I They have often been by manager I

:i': Local News Items I I that they could spend profitably 3 The location of two bloom making nnifnrd.( Feb. :.n.--Thl' entire. townwas

" Along with their canning factory,,: the Telegraph I plants nt Staiko will give the farmI shocked' and siuldcMod' last Friday -
\/" .Lake Butler, Feb. 21.-Luke Butler with Mr. sales for advertising. We want 'ic't for. the death of Mr.: W. W.
when there : the 11. A. Shaver Company, per cent. of their gross I ers of this section' a romly nun night by
1'1|knows how to get together accomplished R. C. Hutchinson in charge, is plant authenticated where a small |I broom, corn, nod the growing of this West' which occurred! us ho was going
ia a great thing to be : ing a large acreage to beans. Mr. them to read of a well case product ill likely to liocomo, an important to his.. home in East 1 Kniford. Ho was:
Read this amJlaee.
, ,W. are not divided. I I Hutchinson stated a few days ago thatIt town merchant spent 3 I 1-2 per cent. of his sales for pub- industry.The . struck by the six oVloc-k tram ns it

., is the intention of the company to thegrowing passed. over the trostlo!' and, thrown
' million dollars in following\ f.irts concerning
half a
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; *; Last Friday the people creed, irrespoci camel I run the plant the year round, if the licity and did a business of neatly a of broom corn have boon given into the ditch of water by the side of

'''together\tivft of denomination at the Mthodisl and church, and farmers could be induced to grow: the I year. The town he did this in is no larger than Starke to the Telegraph by the Qiiiglcv: the track, his neck being broken

discourse de- vegetables: for canning.. To help sup is the it is tersely Hi oom l'mnpllnl11t1 will doubtless lip loaves n wife and! 'five children,
Here as
After pleasing site.
story
+, hearing: a
:livered; by Dr. II. A. Boaz, church ex ply these vegetables, Mr. lIutchinsonhas and is ot a county prove interesting to those who arc K. P. and T. J. West, n ,Iaut'htt'rIr! ; !!.

jP'h tension secretary of the Methodist' had one hundred acres of beans told in the Publishers Auxiliary: considering a trial! of I this new line olagriculture Cobb l and two small' children to mourn

i of''I planted, is now planting 20 acres to It : his loss His remains.. were carried
one-horse
(some much town.
subscribed $6,000 I
church O. is a
,",1\\which was, paid in cash)) toward build beets, and wants! to contracts with "Strasburg, pretty The best, seed for liroom corn growing to I lake Butler! and from there sent toioorgia
,
ii farmers to twenty acres more., Its trade is not burial. Mrs. '''t'stIrll.; .
Using- new $10,000 Methodist church in grow I has only a population of 1,015. territory in this section IK the Dwarf' vn- (; for
As a side line, Mr. Hutchinson has Cobb uiiil. K. 1'. West uccotnpuniod, the
Standardis
the
Lake Butler. planted COO bushels of sweet potatoes ; very large, for it is bounded on all sides by big cities, including I rid)'. long blush, though body.
The services began by singing one : also good., .
-of' the old hymns in which all took for plants. He has the been last doing few weeks some : Cincinnati and Cleveland. Compared to most of Any land that will\ produce ordinary :Marion llro\vnm, who recently re-

I. C. Jenkins, presiding\ advertising during much of luinod from France, is home on a furlough -
1 part. Rev result he has more orders for the little cities Washington county it is not a I corn is good for planting broom corn,
and
elder of the Jacksonville district, then as a I and the cultivation is the name. TIre until the first of :March, visiting
I introduced plants than he can fill-and they keep Brothers located in Strasburg in and relatives.W .
Carver store friends
'prose and in his forceful manner place. need should be planted in Mllrdor

, the speaker, Dr. Boaz. coming.Another department of the factory's 1915 and did a business of $427,735.97.Vhcn Mr, April the name as other coin, and Hrequires L. Overstreet' of I.nwtcy.Vns n
That is not all. After the discourse of live pounds of seed to an visitor hero Sunday afternoon.

I JK" and subscription, baskets began hogs enterprise purchased is a drove last fall of 175 for head fatten G. A. Carver, the manager, was invited over to Cleve- acre. The yield 1 iM from t three hundred .lr. Terry, of Lavvtcy, was n visitorin '

,I to appear on the hot lawn made and its a bigcoffee ing. In this manner the factory dis- land by the Ad club to tell how he did it, he went. And I! to one thousand pounds to the acre. town Wednesday.Miss .
np .
\I pot steaming contents posed of all the potato waste from all be summed in one state- I Care must bo taken in the gathering ; l.oca Johnson of tho Lnvvteyschool
) i pearanee. So great were the their season's canning. he told. His story may up of the bronco straw as it should faculty, attended the funeral

(M'iq;i\of the baskets that, though not the half company of- .-- ment: I bo rut from the stalks when the seeds IIn.1 l burial of her aunt, Mrs.' Lura
indeed
: was large ATTENTION W. O. W. 31-2 cent of are milky If this is not done the! Whitd\t'lltl, at tho Sapp cemetery on
the food was eaten, though we all did $15,360.47, or per
'Last
; year we spent straw becomes red mid. is of little value Wednesday.Mike, .

1i'ur: Dr.best.Boaz and Rev. Jenkins were the The unveiling ceremony of the mon our sales, for advertising.. for broom making.! Kutth who 1 is home on a furlough -

t,guests of the Methodist minister, Rev, ument of tMs late Sovereign Joe Jones To cure: Spionil. in the shade' to win in town Wednesday.

I. Hendrix, while in Lake Butler. will be held at the Prevatt cemetery dry for about ten days, then bundle, Mrs. Johnson is visiting her son,
kS. Feb. 23rd l, at 2:30: p. m. All bundles
Sunday, pu"ttin/C heads together in thoand ,
while.Judge .
Last Wednesday Frank A. J. Boyle the Or. A. J. Johnson for a
to meet at
Woodmen are requested the straw ifready
' returned home to Lake Butler after the TO SPEAK NEW; YORK :METROPOLITAN CO. in about thirty days l Gardiner Sheriff Eppersonand :
to attend un NURSES
I If
+ Hall at 1:30 p. m. RED CROSS to bo put' on tho market and i!
.serving Uncle Sam in Europe for six veiling. D. E. KNIGHT, IN LAKE BUTLER TOMORROWMiss : AT IIICII SCHOOL[( AUDITORIUMThe properly dried, will keep: for 9t'Vl'rlll'I l Colonel A. S. Crews, were visitorsin
I tmonths. He was with the 322nd Infantry. J. W. MORGAN, C. C. I entertainment town Saturday afternoon.
, "Pat, the Irishman," as he Edith given l>y this remarkable yea rm. of Starke
Clerk.REGISTERS Frances Maltby and Miss; brooticoin :Sheriff: W. J. Epperson, ,
I was known in the company and over Bonn graduate nurses who have company of instrumental artists The present market price of I visitor to town Wednesday uf-
' :here also, looks the picture of healthIas TEACHERSSupt. will and (rand Opera Ringers is after Is from 7 to 21 cents per pound.Seod was
\ ; FOR service in the war zone, I ternoon.Tt .
seen KickIitt'r's
will sill at J. !I' -
all of Uncle Sam's boys do. He after- the style of the popular Sunday concerts bo on
speak in Luke Butler tomorrow I. Taylor, of Jacksonville" was avisitor
not see murh active service as he held in the Metropolitan OporaHouse store in Sturkot
Poppell has received a supply noon. These ladies arc working, in i hero Sunday.Little .
late in getting over there, but at of school from the state and with the Radchflfe Chatau- New Yolk City. Greatest variety -- -- -
registers connection
time the armistice was signed he. teacher who is In need of one that is now in Lake Butler. It I ; ; of music-- .arias from your fir- L\SS IN: NURSING: : Carl and Wilma Andrews, ofi.nke
any ,
i qua week-end with
his with "shillalah" and in the beautiful origins* Butler spent the
on way the superin- would onto operas
to announced that they
it applying
Kaiser. He left can get by was lirst national lie lant IHHIIO headed for the ;.1 tendent at his office. on Thursday, but the date, has costumes folk songs in I'OH.I : As announced In
speak
a port in France, on January to Saturday afternoon, I I tunics the famous Hextotte from "1.11-1 the Telegraph' the Bradford ('oun, I 1) Andrews.
15th. On arriving in the U. S. he was been February; changed 22nd.!: The Bradford County !I c-in" and the "Barcarolle" from "The I Chapter of American Rod Cross i Is Mrs Manly: Luck of Green:" Cove

sent to Camp Merritt, N. J. and thE'nee Johnstown, spent the week-end with; I American Red Cross! is 1.11- I I Tales of IlotTnmnn," classical\ music arranging, under the, direction of Ntional Springs. Is. visiting friends and relatives -

to Camp Gordon, Ga. His many !Mrs. Varnes' parents,'Rev. and Mrs. S. Chapter urged, to hear these nott.d chamber music popular music. 1 III \ \lloailiiiiirtorH| to, give a coun help this wetk.

I friends were glad to see him back. S. Proctor. She was accompanied pecially the subject of home, fact un entertainment for everybody of lessons. in elementary hygiene an. .1. II. Hitch, of Jacksonville spent
Frank is a jovial, hard working bo;'. home by her mother when she returned nurses talk on Regar' ling this famous Danish homo cure of the Kick' To Inst' rue Sunday with homofolks here. lie, hud)
I of the sick. (
He will drill one of J. F. Bennett' Monday morning. cure Tickets for the Rudciige thutaur, \ linist and the remainder of the vin.t' women in the simple principles' of per with him his little grandson, It. C.
mules through the fields this season I Dekle motored to Five Mile so thut Lennon
Andrew for gale by Mr. Barrett at Stum) puny, the manager, Vladimir Nevelol, nonal and huuxohoUl hygiene I
9 and assist in making the coming crc; Tuesday. are they can be purchased after hire the following to say: I the homes of our country may be I'E'II- Cnptum Urtlwlof the State Farm,

t The Baptist Woman's Missionary I Mrs. Connor is visiting friends in store, or Lake Butler.ItBCEI'TiON ters of health, is. the purpose of the I I had, ns his guests Sunday, his wifednll'ht..r
reaching Skovgunril the Dm-
Society met Wednesday afternoon at 'In presenting of Green; Cove,
" Jasper this week. I Red Cross: in offering this course and :
3 o'clock\ at the Baptist church.Be Percy Padgett visited New River i iI.h violinist and the New York :Metropolitan thousand women tfl! the! past Fif.1 Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Roberts, tif Jacksonville -

sure and come to the Chatauqi Monday. ; IN HONOR OF :MI Company to the concert going I have ty taken this instruction. i visited relatives in town SunMny. -.
Thursday Friday and Saturday. MORRIS public of this country, I feel confid I
Club met in regular
The Woman's an outline of the course: .
to that I am altering a most attracts
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motored
S. I. Hendrix over
| session Monday afternoon and delicious Wednesday afternoon from three to, and remarkable attraction of great 1. Bacteria and! their relation thealth Mr. nn.1Irll.) Dave Denmark of
Monday.
Worthington
: cake and coffee were served. Jacksonville visited relatives in town
i visited his five her attractive home on North It is combination of Gran and disease. ,
B.: M. Wilson, of Ocala, Thomas, of Midway at variety. a
and Virgie .
mother, Mrs. B. P. Wilson Sunday. Ruby : Walnut street, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez en., Opera singers and concert pcrforrr. !. Causes and transmission of ,his. Sunday.A.
school here Monday.Mrs.
Frank Tomlinson and family visited entered tertained in honor of Mrs. Amos 1 J[, era, each one being a star and well ease. I D. Andrews left Sunday afternoon -

relatives in Starke Wednesday. and Sunday. Wilma at Parker New River.spent Saturda; Norris, of Tampa who is Presidentthe of, known to the public. They will not a, Food, water, ice, for Jacksonville, to be gone a few

Varnes of Johnstown and Florida Division, United Daup ., only sing the arias and operatic duct days on business.
Henry II. L. Sprinkle of Jacksonville, 1 Is I ; 4. Air, ventilation, heating, lighting Dr. 1'. W. Homer of Green Cove
Marvin cal. ters of the Confederacy. with which the have won their fame,
were
grandson, Duggar, visiting his family this week. soil, sewage, arbIIR"'. visitor here Monday.W .
here to town Saturday.Joe At this beautiful but informal i reception -, but when you have heard Marie Van Springs was a
of Five Mile, nu- 5. The house.
Drawdy
Forrest H, of Lake Butler, was
of New River i in Mrs. Alvarez's rooms were, Geldor; "Oh Dry Those Tears, Andrews,
Dowling, was tored over to town Tuesday morning. sing: t 6.; Care of the house!, the laundry.
town Monday.Ben decorated artistically with spring blossoms will know there i id more than ono in toWfi Tu"'lay.Unn .
of New River, wan In you 7. Personal
Miles Crews hygiene; public ageru -
Dukes of Five Mile, was a cal I narcissus, plum blossoms anll Melba in existence-and Blonsnni Jean health welfare. ) HoWell, of Murrlenny, was a
and
l her to town Saturday town Glenn Monday.Smith of Newberry was visiting the early bright maple flower gave Wilcox? Yes she will sing tho "ftoii I : 8.s concerning Hygiene of infancy and child- business visitor .jit. town Saturday..
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John Kcllum: cf Jacksonville, was a I quite a Japanese effect. ary." Skovgaard will, with his $50. lood.
friends in town Sunday.
guest of his sister, Mrs. Willard Pa. I Miss Minnie Col.son of Jennings! ,I The guest: of honor was handsomely '. 000.00 hand on his 13000.00 violin,, 0. Beds, mattresses, pillows, bed; THE "FLU."

ker, last week. spent Saturday and Sunday, the guest gowned in Georgette crepe with carry you back to the days of the ling./ .J i ..
Jess Howard, of Dukes, motored t to of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Borum, return passamentrie trimming over a slip of great Ole Dull; and the pianist, Alice 10. Bed making./ (Fly J. P. McEvoy)

Lake Butler Friday.D. intf Sunday evening.Mr. light tan silk and by her jZ'raciou.manner McClung-Skovgaard, will charm you,, 11. General consideration of the When your back is broke and) your eyes
W. Borum spent Sunday with his: friends on this oasion. through her splendid accompaniments .
won many not only blurred
Gilespie of Five Mile, was in 'are of the sick in their own homes. are ,
family.E. town Monday. ? The hostess wore an ell' ant but when she plays Liszt' 12. General cure of patient. And your shin bones knock, and your

C. Clarke, of near Live Oak, was Oscar Brown of Miller, was greet black satin gown and the preside! you cannot fail to recognize that you !:t. The use of simple sick room tongue Is furred,

a guest of his old time friends, Rev. I ing friends in town Saturday.Max of the W. T. Weeks Chapter, Mrs. !\:. are listening to one of the most l brilliant appliances, local applications, and And your tonsils squeak| and your hair

S. S. Proctor and family. Overstreet visited his family; A. Davis was becomingly dressed t in pianists of today." nemeta. gets dry,

Rev. S. I. Hendrix filled his regula: Sunday. navy blue Georgette crepe over blue You will probably never have An, 14. Symptoms and dineascs. And l you're doggone/ sure that you're

Appointment at Hampton Saturda I Mr.! Sahel and son visited Mrs.! Singer silk. opportunity to hear such a hi h-clallf 15. Household medicine closet going to die,

and Sunday. last week. During the afternoon Miss Louise company of artists again unless you (danger in the indiscrminate use ofatent \nd you're skeered you won't and

K. Roberts, of Guilford, was a caller Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his appoint Bessent beautifully sung, "The Son, visit the large cities. It will be in medicines stimulants etc.) afraid you will,

to Lake Butler Saturday. ment at the State Farm Sunday. )f the Soul" accompanied by Mrs. 1 D. Starke for one night only, Feb. 2th, The course which consists of 15 les- lust. drag to bed and have your chill
Tom Dukes was a caller to Lake motoredto C. Jones. Miss Anna Canova charmIngly School Auditorium. Anti the Lord to see through
Bethel Colson, of Brooker, at the High 5ns of two hours each may be hadfor pray you
BUtler Friday. Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. : rendered "Saludapest. Mr!!. J. $3 per pupil for a class of fifteenr !"or you've got: the Flu, boy, you'vegot
Charlie Savage: of Alachua wa E'. Wilson and Miss Louise Bessei Flu.
Martin Rimes was in town Friday. HANS ACROSS THE SEA more. This covers all expenses Inudmg the
called to the bedside of his wife last week-end with served the guests with delicious fruit
Homer Lee spent the text hooks, etc. One clasn
Thursday.Miss homefolks at Melrose. punch. The alien enemy who plotted in this will be conducted in the morning and When your toes curl up and your belt
Thelma Schell and Hall Maine Anna Belle Peeples spent Saturdayand From three to four Mrs. Norris tall. country for Germany should be deported one in the afternoon (the subject be.ing goes flat
spent the week-end in St. Petersburg Mil 'd informally to the members of the knd twice as mean as a Thomas -
Sunday with her parents at immediately peace is aigned.lIis the same), so that those who arenot you're
with relatives. chapter, outlmging work for the pre- would be only a source able to attend in the morning may cat,

Mrs. G. W. S. Ware, of Worthing.: ler.Rev, Carlisle attended church here nt year, and explaining matters of of constant presence irritation to loyal Americans takp advantage of the afternoon senon. And life is a long and dismal curse,

ton, spent Wednesday, the guest of Sunday. mportance. Mrs. Norris won all while he will be utterly useless md your food all tastes like a hardboil..tI
her daughter, Mrs. W. M. Overstrect,. parts in her delightful and cordial
Mrs. Lee Mott, of Micanopy is visiting over here as an economic or soda The instructor is already in Florida hearse,
Lake Butler was again visited by; her mother, Mrs. Dan Knight little address. A large number of ir Factor. Besides, we fancy he is needed and as soon as the Starke brunch is Vhen, your lattice aches and your

fire Saturday night. After 12 o'clock H C. Peeples motored over to Lake ited guests enjoyed the afternoon more at home just now. Ebertizec'iermany a signed a date by headquarters, the head's abuzz

the vacant house of Jesse Cason was: Butler Monday morning. nth the W. T. Weeks Chapter. with a dozen brands of socialism inouncemrnt will be published in the Anel nothing is all it ever was, '

burned to the ground.Dr. I Valentine Party and near-socialism! and num. elegraph and the members of the Here( are my sad' regret to you-

Seeber King and wife are visiting The B. Y. P. U. entertained a number ARMERS: ASKED TO CALL AND jerless monarchist factions: mixingit cla"s notified. ou've got the Flu boy, you've got

Mrs.in Jacksonville N. H. Lee visited this week.Jacksonville > of their friends at a Valentine par. SIGN CONTRACTS FOR BEAN! up would afford a splendid field for Remember that this i is not a first the Flu.

ty from 7:30: to 11 o'clock in the clubroom the exercise of his pecular talent for aill course, but it is practical, home
:Monday.G. which was decorated with reciearts. R. C. Hutchinson, manager of the making mischief and getting himself care of the sick and those taking the What. is it like, this Spanish Flu ?

W. S. Ware, of Worthington. was Valentines were exchanged II.[ A. Shaver canning factory, asks and his masters in bad. The chaps )arse will be able to do practical Alk me, brother, for I've been thru.
Lake Butler Tues
greeting friends in and many games were played, after all farmers who wish to grow bean who were turned loose in the guise of irmg In the home-just what every It is by Misery out of Despair;

day.T.. Mile visited which hot chocolate and cake were lor the factory this year, to call at the' book agenU, the Lutheran preacher wife, mother and sister should know. It pulls your teeth and curls your hair;
P. Cason of Five erved. Those present were Mrs. Geo. office and make contract with him fo who under cover of cant and creed Anyone wishing to take this course It, thins your blood and brays your

Lake Butler Monday.Mrs. Morrison. and children Alderman, Mrs. C. I[. Register, Misses the number of acres they will plant counseled' disloyalty among1/ their may inform Mrs. R. A. Weeks, who bones,

returned. W.to E.their home in Jacksonville Marshall Proctor Dora Scarborough,' Deans are ready for delivery at the flocks; the teachers who attempted to w 11 enter their name on the list of And fills your craw with moans and

Mil- ictory. fountain of Americanism cla s members. groans,
ivie: Fowler, Mona Alderman poison every
Sunday morning after a pleasant stay red Roberts Lizzie Townsend, Yo- which is the school room- one wouldbe And sometime maybe, you'll, set weIJ.Some .
with relatives and friends in Lake
Butler 'and Jones Georgia Epperson, Hen- LT. FREEMAN INSTRUCTOR: IN curious to know how long they REV. M. II. OUTLAND DEAD call it Flu-I call it H-. 1.

Miss Inez Markey, of Jacksonville, ietta Rosenberg, Norma Dekle Chris- MILITARY SCIENCE would function in a well functioning, -
with her Mr. tine Townsend, Estelle Rosenberg, lemoeratiMd Germany. Of course, Friends here regret to hear that AUTOMOBILE LICENSES
spent Sunday parents, 'aydell Stevens Wilma and Thelma After a few days visit with his) par. they would swear fealty to the new Rev. M. R. Outland died February 3rd
and returning to
Mrs. Mitch Markey,
work Parker, Mary forum, Margaret Town. ents, Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Freeman, Lt government, as Hindenburg has done, near Lake City. At the time of hisdeath Sheriff Epperson asks the Telegraphgive
her Sunday evening. end. Come Padgett, Willie Mae dwin: Freeman left last week for ashort but they would not be long without Rev. Outland was pastor of Co to fair warning to owners' of au-
Mrs. T. J. Dekle Thursday,
spent fl.censp.
Friday and Saturday with relatives in ohnson, Agnes Rawls Julia Register, visit with his sister, Mrs. L. A. buying a pair of rubber heels and gong lumbia circuit. For a number ofyears mobiles about taking out the that-
da Register, Henrietta Padgett, Lu- Yates. of Tallahassee. From there hewent in for the cause that paid the he was pastor of the Starke required by law. It seems
Raiford morning.
returning Sunday
.
Forrest Drawdy and son, of Five la i Scarborough pmie Scarborough to Auburn, Ala., where he re-en iggest: price for spies.-Cartoonsagazine. thodiat church, and his manyfriends a good: many owners have tailed to .ecure -
sheriff is giving
Colson AI.lene Alabama Insti. here learn with regret of the a license and the
the (
Butler orene Ware, Jessie Mae red Polytechnic
Mile passed through Lake en-
chemisy .ith of this good man. final notice that he will shortly begin:
John
Alderman his in
route to Raiford for a visit to Mrs. Knight, Blanche tute to complete course who violation
in
Mott. adgett, Walter Cobb, Walter Knight and metallurgy, which had been A BIG PORKER to round up those are
Eftoch Mrs. Richard Reeves and interest-' Marcul Dekle, Elms Adkins, Raiford interrupted by his service In the Unit. paCe with the new order of things Inthe ot the law. lie calls attention also

of. were osenberg, Tate Powell, Aubrey Duncan ed States army, from which he recent. Bradford county farmers are giving i line of swine raising. He recent to tho fact that the law requires the
children Worthington,
the lag guests of Mrs. Reaves':father, S. Eldred Duncan, fiasco Cobb,Joe Iy received an honorable discharge. At much attention to the. raising of a bet- Iy butchered a grad! Bernhire that splaying of a tag at both the front
this musts
M. Carver, Friday and Saturday.Mrs. JonCII, Ezra Stewart Winifred Load- Auburn Lt. Freeman will also act asan \.er' grade of hogs, and J. M. Norman, 'dreued! 470 pounds and yielded three and rear of the car and that

C. L. Varnes and children, of holtz, Leslie Futch. instructor in military science. of the Wateroak section, is keeping I pound stand of lard. done.If' .


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LAKE IwrumlEl1101II' ; H t SHAVKR; : COMPANY): PLANTING I rol'Nl'Y 1'.Vi\iEliS'1'1)'i'IiY OUT :NEAR: UAIIOUIt: LAST FRIDAY
C1IURC1 HUNDRED ACHES TO BEAN.:
IIAEW $10,000
.MTO '
. + I 1 want the business men of Starke to read this. Broom Corn ironing: Likely to Become : llnrlrd From Trent Into( flitch Dying
kY "'und- Twenty Acres Will lie Planted to Beet. Important Industry Hero I In'.truaily-Other Item
Building
$6,000 Subscribed on We of
f.V Local News Items Wants Farmers to Plant Twenty I They have often been told by the manager

"; I the Telegraph that they could spend profitably 3 Tho location of two broom making Raiford Feb. ill.! -Tho entire town
:' 21. LaVe Butleiknows Along with their cunning factory,' plants at Starko will give the farm- wns sharked and HiuldeYird l last Friday .
Butler Feb. -
r .:Lake how to ,get together when there'' the II. A. Shaver Company, with :Mr ; per cent of their gross sales for advt'rtising.Ve want I err of this section n ready market for. night by the death of :Mr. W. W.Went .

R. C. Hutchinson in charge, is plant broom and the growing of this which occurred he
be accomplished authenticated where a small corn, all was goingto
is a great thing to : them read of well case
to a
l" divided. Head this and ing a large acreage to beans. Mr. product in likely to become un import- hi. home in East l Raiford.lc\ was
:'i'wMn'V'Last W. are not I Hutchinson stated a few days ago tha town merchant spent 3 \1-2 per cent of his sales for pub nut industry. struck by the six o'clock train us it

' Friday the people, irrespective it is the intention of the company to' and did business of nearly half a million dollars in a The following facts concerning the !, pUHsiM over the trestle and thrown
the plant the round, if the licity a into the ditch of water tho side of
;, of denomination and creed, cam run year I growing of broom corn have been given by
1,1,1-/together at the Mthodist church and farmers could be induced to grow the< year. The town he did this in is no larger than Starke to the Telegraph by the Quigley the track his neck being broken.

do .II vegetables for canning. To help sup- Broom und will doubtless> lip\ loaves wife and five children
fatter hearing a pleasing discourse llutchinsoi and is ot a county site. Here is the story as it is tersely i Company, a ,
livered, by Dr. II. A. Boaz, church esv ply these vegetables, Mr. prove interesting to thorn who are K.: P. and T. ,West, n daughter, Mrs.:
'tension secretary of the Methodist I has had one hundred acres of bean! told in the Publishers Auxiliary: considering a trial of thin( new line of Cobb, anti two small children to mourn

'church,;]! subscribed $6,000 (some ofi, planted, is now planting 20 acres to I II much one-horse town. It ngrirulturp: his loss. Ilis "remains were curriedto
will O. is a
', which was paid in cash) toward bulk I beets, and wants to contracts "Strasburg, pretty The best seed for broom corn growing l.uko Butler ,and from there sent toGeorgia

Ing a new $10,000 Methodist church i in I farmers to grow twenty acres more has, has only a population of 1,015. Its trade territory is not in this section is the Dwarf variety for burial. Mrs.: \Vl'IItIr: .

'Lake The Butler.services began by singing orof I planted As a side 500 bushels line, Mr.of Hutchinson sweet potatoe : very large, for it is bounded on all sides by big cities, including I also, long good.brush, though ho Standardis :; Cuba 11t>lly. and K. P. West accompanied the

which all took for plants. lie has been doing som and Cleveland. Compared to most of I .
old\ in Cincinnati
the hymns advertising during the last few week: Any land that will produce ordinarycorn :Marion Browning, who recently returned

"part. Rev. I. C. Jenkins, presidin and result he hus more orders for the little cities Washington county it is not much of a I is good for planting broom> corn, from Franco, is homo on n fur.
of the Jacksonville district, the as a I I
elder until first of March
Tho lough the visiting
and the cultivation In the "name.
fill-and kel'p
they
than he in
and in his forceful manner introduced plants can Carver Brothers'store located in Strasburg
arose 'I place. seed should be planted in !March orApril friends and relatives.

, the "speaker, Dr. lioaz.the din coming.Another department of the fuclory'enterprise 1915, and did a business of $427,735.97. When Mr, I the name u* other corn, und it \V. I. Overntrert, of Lawtey, was a
After I
i1- That is not all. is drove of 175; head of Cleve- i required five pound of "seed to an visitor here Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
I course and subscription, baskets be. a G. A. Carver, the manager, was invited over to |1"1'1" ". The yield is from three hundred visitor
and hogs, purchased last fall for fallen I : Terry, of Lawtey, was u
'.,t .gan coffee to pot appear steaming on the hot lawn made its a ar big- ing. In this manner the factory disposed land by the Ad club to tell how he did it, he went. And ] to one th.HI.nnlllolIl1l\ \ to the! acre. ill town Wednesday.

pearance. So great were the content of all the potato waste trom he told. His all be summed up in one state- l Care must be taken in the gathering :Miss Lora Johnson, of the Luxvtcy
story may ,
their season's canning.ATTENTION of the broom straw as it shouldbe funeral
.of the baskets that, though the company school" fucultv attended! the
: was large indeed, not half of'i. ---- ment: I cut from the stalks when the acetic and burial of her aunt, Mrs. Lurn.Whitehead
41" all did : W. O. W. 31-2 cent of are milky. If this is not done the at tho Sapp cemetery on
the food was eaten, though we 'Last we spent $15,360.47, or (per !
year straw becomes red and is of little value Wednesday.
best.
ll.our, Dr. Boaz and Rev. Jenkins were the The unveiling ceremony of the monument our sales, for advertising.' for broom making.To Mike t.'ult'h1 ho is home on n furlough -

trguests of the Methodist minister, Rei of thfe late Sovereign Joe Jone I euro: Spread' in this shade to was! in town Wednesday.Mrs. .
in Lake Butler. will be held at the Prevatt cemeter for iilxmt ten then bundle
I. Hendrix, while dry clays her son
\\'l"S. Johnson visiting ,
All is :
Sunday, Feb. 23rd: at 2:30: p. m.
heads in the bundles,
} Last Frank A. J. Doyle!! putting together ,
while.Judge .
Wednesday
!/i Woodmen are requested to meet at the Dr. A. J. Johnson, for a
;returned home to Lake Butler, after :METROPOLITAN CO. nnd in about thirty days the straw I is:
NEW YORK :
to attend the un- TO SPEAKIN Gardiner Sheriff Eppersonnnd
Hall at 1:30: p. m. ICED CROSS NURSES I do the markel, und I iproperly If ,
.' Sam in for six ready to put on
Uncle Europe :
"tservinjt veiling. D. E. KNIGHT : LAKE BUTLER TOMORROW: AT HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM dried, will keep for sl'\'l'rnl Colonel A. S. Crews, were visitors
tnonths. lie was with the 322nd Ir.fantry. I
J. W. MORGAN, C. C. I in town Sflturdny afternoon.
"Pat, the Irishman," as )he The entertainment given l by> this re- years.
Clerk.REGISTERS Frances Maltby and Miss of Starke
Miss Sheriff W. J. !,
Epperson,
was known in the company and over who Ed-\, \ marknble company of instrumental ar The present market price of broon !
ith Bern, graduate nurses visitor to town Wednesday afternoon. -
|here also, looks the picture of healt : TEACHERS service in the war zone, lists and Grand Opera singers" is after corn is from 7 to 21 cents per )pound. was a
,i-as all\ of Uncle Sam's boys do. lie seen Butler tomorrow after the style of the popular Sunday COM- Seed will he on Rule at J. K. Kick .

'did not see much active service as he Supt. Poppell has received a suppl "speak in These Lake ladies are working in cents held. in the Metropolitan Open liter's store in Stark B. I. Taylor, of Jacksonville, was n

'was late in getting over there, but at of school registers from the state and noon.connection with the Radcliffe Chatau House, New York City. Greatest variety ---- --. --.-.- visitor here Sunday.

the time the armistice was signed he any teacher who is in need of one that is now in Luke Butler. It of music-arias from your fuvorite : CLASS IN NURSING: ; Little' Curl und Wilma Andrews, of

was on his way with "shillalah" anll can get it by applying to the superintendent was qua first announced that they would I' operas in the beautiful originn !Luke Butler, spent the week-end with

[rifle headed for the Kaiser. He left I at his office. speak on Thursday, but the date haos;: continues, folk songs in national cos As, announced in the last issue of I their grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. A,

Brest, a port in France, on Januar been changed to Saturday afternoonFebruary I tunics, the famous sextette from "Lu the Teh'Krulh|> the Bradford Count; II. Andrews.Mrs. .
15th. On arriving in the U. S. he was 22nd. The Bradford Count]" eia" und the "Barcarolle" from "Th< Chapter of American Rod Cross i I": I II : :Manly !Luck, of Green Covo

sent to Camp Merritt, N. J. and Ihenc Johnstown, spent the week-end wit American Rod Cross is especially -,: Tales of Hoffmann," classical musit"%,; arranging, under the direction of Nn Springs, Is visiting friends and relatives

to Camp Gordon, Ga. His man Mrs. Varnes' parents,'Rev. and Mrs. S. Chapter urged to hear these noteinurses chamber music, popular music. In I linnul Ilctnliuurters, | to give a coursi here this week.J. .
friends were glad to see him bad S. Proctor. She was accompanied for everybody.Regnrcling of Jacksonville
talk the subject of homcare fact an entertainment of lessons in elementary hygiene mini 11. Ritch, spent
,i Frank is a jovial, hard working boy.; I home by her mother when she returr of the sick.on this famous \Danish via I! home cure of the sick. To instrtic Sunday with homefolks hero lie had

lie will drill one of J. F. Bennett cd Monday morning. Tickets for the Rudclige chutauqut hoist and the remainder of the company I( women in the simple principles of per) with him hill little grandson, D. C.
mules through the fields this seaso nand I Andrew Dekle motored to Five Mile tha
are for snle by Mr. Barrett at Stump'i the manager, Vladimir Nevelofl, rtftnnl and household hygiene, so Lonrion.
b assist in making the coming crol] Tuesday.Mrs. store, or they can be purchased after has the following to say: I the homes of our country may be eon Captain Brown, of the State Farm,

The Baptist Woman's Missionar'I : Connor is visiting friends i In reaching Lake Butler. tern of health, is the purpose of the had ns his guests Sunday, his wife
f afternoon at', 'In presenting feltovguiinl, the Knitinh I
f Society met Wednesday
Jasper this week. I I Red Cross in offering this coumo. Fit and, laughter: of Green Cove,
f New York Metropolitan
3 o'clock at the Baptist church. Percy Padgett visited New Rive violinist and the thousand) !it the Mr. und Mrs. W. I. Roburts, of Jacksonville
I ty women M : past yea
I Be sure and come to the Chatauqu RECEPTION IN HONOR: OF MRS. Company to the concert going I relative! in town Sun.
Monday. Below i is visited !
have this instruclion.
t Thursday, Friday and Saturday.S. NORRIS public of this country, I feel confidon taken ,
The Woman's Club met in regula
outline of the 'day.
an course:
I. Hendrix motored over to delicious S that I am offering a most attractive
Worthington Monday.B. session Monday afternoon served.and Wednesday afternoon from three to, and remarkable attraction of //reat 1. Bacteria and their relation to Mr. and Mrs.' Dave Denmark, of
cake and coffee were
.' M. Wilson, of Ocala, visited his Ruby and Virgie Thomas, of Midway five, at her attractive home on North variety. It is a combination of Gr..m, health and disease Jacksonville, visited! relatives in town

mother, Mrs. B. P. Wilson! Sunday. entered school here Monday.Mrs. Walnut street, Mra. J. M. Alvarez en Opera singers and concert perform !. Causes und transmission of din, Sunday.
Frank Tomlinson and family visit Wilma Parker spent Saturda tertained in honor of Mrs. Amos II ors, each one being a star and wel ease. A. I D. Andrews left Sunday after-

ed relatives in Starke Wednesday. and Sunday at New River. Norris, of Tampa, who is President of known to the public. They will not :3:I, Food, water, ice noon for Jacksonville to bo gone a few

Henry Varnes, of Johnstown and II. L. Sprinkle, of Jacksonville, i is the Florida Division, United Daughters only sing the arias And operatic duet 4. Air, ventilation heating, lighting tlnys on business.

grandson, Marvin Duggar, were cal. visiting his family this week. of the Confederacy J with which they have won their fame, soil, sewage, garbllgi), Dr. P. W. Homer, of Green Cove

lers to town Saturday.Joe Forrest Drawdy, of Five Mile, motored At this beautiful but informal re but when you have heart! Marie Var 0. The house. Springs' was a visitor here Monday.

Dowling, of New River, was i In I over to town Tuesday morning. ception, Mrs. Alvarez's rooms were fielder; sing: "Oh Dry Those Tears," (i. Care of the house the laundry W, If. Andrews, of Lake Butler, was

town Monday.Ben Miles Crews, of New River, was i In decorated artistically with spring blossoms you will know there is more than one 7. Personal in tOWll( Tuesday.
hygiene public
Dukes of Five Mile caller narcissus blossoms and Jean ; agoncivsi Howt'll' of Mueclenny] was a
was a I plum : Melba in existence--and Blossom Dun ,
town Monday. concerning health and welfare.
to town Saturday. visiting the early bright maple flower gave Wilcox ? Yes, she will sing the "flo business" visitor jit, town Saturday.
Glenn Smith, of Newborry, was 8. Hygiene of infancy and child ...
John Kellum cf Jacksonville was effect. will his !I .- -
,
a I friends in town Sunday. quite a Japanese nry. kovgaard with $50 hood.

guest of his sister, Mrs. Willard Par, Miss Minnie Colson, of Jennings,I The guest of honor was handsomely 000.00 hand, on his $13,000.00 violin,,,'I 1). Buds, mattresses, pillows, bedding THE "I I.U."

ker, last week. spent Saturday and Sunday, the guest gowned in Georgette crepe with carry you back to the days of the '

Jess Howard, of Dukes, motored to of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Borum, return passamentrie trimming over a slip of great Ole Bull; and' the pianist, AliceMcClungSkovgaard 10. Boil making. J tlilJI ( By J. I' !McEvoy)
Lake Butler Friday.D. ( tan silk and her gracious will charm ,,,
light by you
ing Sunday evening.Mr. 11. General consideration of the When your buck is broke and your eyes
W. Borum spent Sunday with his manner won many friends on this oc- not only through her splendid] accompaniments
: Gilespie, of Five Mile, was in cure of the sick in their own homes. are blurred, ,
family.E. casion. The hostess elegant when she plays Liszt,
wore an but
,
Monday. General shin bones knock and
12.
town : care of patient. Arid your your
C. Clarke, of near Live Oak, was and the that
black satin presidentof recognize
gown, cannot fail to you
Miller greet you
Oscar Brown, of was 13. The use of aiml'lelIck roomappliances tongue Is furred
a guest of his old time friends, Rev the W. T. Weeks Chapter, Mrs. \.. are listening to one of the most bril-
I ing friends in town Saturday. local applications, and And your tonsils squeak and your hair
S. S. Proctor and family. Max Overstreet visited his family: A. Davis, was becomingly dressed in liant pianist of today." enemeta. gets dry,
Rev. S. I. Hendrix filled his regula
blue
Sunday.Mr. navy blue Georgette crepe over You will probably never have an 14. Symptoms and dineuses. And you're doggone sure that you'regoing
appointment at Hampton Saturda; 'I Sahel and son visited Mrs. Singer silk. opportunity to hear such a high-class i 15. Household medicine closet to die,

and Sunday. last week. During the afternoon Miss Louise company of artists again unless you ; (danger in the Indiscrminate use of And you're skeered you won't and
K. Roberts, of Guilford, was a calle Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his appoint Bessent beautifully sang, "The Songof visit the large cities. It will be in patent medicines, stimulants, etc.) afraid you will,
to Butler "
Lake Saturday.Tom Laki ment at the State Farm Sunday. the Soul, accompanied by Mrs. D. Starke for one night only, Feb. 2<>th, The course which consists of 15 lea- Just drag to bed and have your chill,
Dukes caller
Biitler was a to Bethel Colson, of Brooker, motorec C. Jones. Miss Anna Canova" charm- at the High School Auditorium. sons of two hours each may be had And pray the Lord tb ape you through

Friday. Alachua to Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. ingly rendered "Saludapest. !Mrs. J. .- for $3 per pupil for a class of fifteen For you'verot the Flu, boy, you've
Charlie of wai
Savage, Bcssent
E. Wilson and Miss Louise
Martin Rimes was in town Friday. nA SACROSSTIIESEA or more. Thin covers all expenses including got the Flu.
bedside of wife last
called to the his with served the guests with delicious fruit
Lee the week-end
Homer spent text books, etc. One class
Thursday.
Miss Thelma Schell and Hall Mainei homefolks at Melrose. punch.From three to four Mrs. Norris talk- The alien enemy who plotted in this will be conducted in the morning and When your toes curl up and your belt
in St. Petersburg Anna Belle Peeples spent Saturdayand (country for Germany should he deported one in the afternoon (the subject being goes flat.
the week-end
spent : of the
the members
with relatives. Sunday with her parents at Mil ed informally to immediately peace la signed.His the name), 10 that those who are I And you're twice as mean as a Thomas -
work for the
chapter, outlinging pres- would be only source not able to attend in the cat,
a morning
presence may
Mrs. W. S. Ware of Worthington I
G. ler.Rev. matters of
the ol Carlisle attended church here ent year, and explaining of constant irritation to loyal] Americans take advantage of the afternoon sea- : And life is a long and dismal curse,
spent Wednesday, guest Norris all
Mrs. won
Sunday. importance. while he will bo utterly uaeleai sit. >n. And your food all tastes like a hard
her Mrs. W. M. Overstreet
daughter. cordial
Mrs. Lee Mott, of Micanopy, is visIting hearts in her delightful and social! boiled\ hcursn
aver here aa an economic or The instructor ia already in Florida ,
Lake Butler was again visited by address. A number of invited
little large -
fire Saturday night. After 12 o'cloclt her mother, Mrs. Dan Knight the afternoon Factor.! Besides, we fancy he is needed and as soon as the Starke branch iaisaigncd When your lattice aches and your
H. C. Peeples motored over to Lake guest enjoyed Ebertized head's abuzz
the vacant house of Jesse Cason was with the W. T. Weeks more at home just now. a date by headquarters, the
burned to the ground.Dr. Butler Monday morning. Chapter. Germany' with a dozen brands of so- innouncement will be published in the And nothing is as it ever was, '

Seeber King and wife are visit- Valentine Party a rialism and near-socialism and num- Telegraph and the members of the Here are my sad regrets to you-
Ing in Jacksonville this week. The B. Y. P. U. entertained a num. FARMERS: ASKED TO CALL AND berless monarchist factions mixingt :lass notified. V'ou've got the Flu, boy, you've got

Mrs. N. H. Lee visited Jacksonville ber of their friends at a Valentine par- SIGN CONTRACTS FOR BEANS up would afford a splendid field for Remember that this in not a first the Flu.

Monday.G. ty from 7:30 to 11 o'clock in the club the exercise of his pecular talent for lid course, but it Is practical, home

W. S. Ware, of Worthington. was room, which was decorated with red R. C. Hutchinson, manager of the flaking mischief and getting himself are of the Rick and those taking the What Is it like, thia Spanish Flu ?

greeting friends in Lake Butler Tues- hearts. Valentines were exchanged II. A. Shaver canning factory, asks and his masters in bad. The chaps course will be able to do practical ARk me, brother, for I've been thru.It .

and many games were played, after all farmers who wish to grow beans who were turned loose in the guise of 'tuning in the home-just what every is by Misery out of Despair;

day.T.. P. Cason, of Five :Mile, visited which hot chocolate and cake were for the factory this year, to call at the book agents, the Lutheran preacherwho rife, mother and sister should know. It pulls your teeth and curls your hair;
Lake Butler Monday. served. Those present were Mrs. Geo. office and make contract with him for under cover of cant and creed Anyone wishing to take thia course It thins your blood and brays your

Mrs. W. E. Morrison and children Alderman, Mrs. C. II. Register, Misses the number of acres they will plant. counseled disloyalty among their nay inform Mrs. R. A. Weeks, who bones,

returned to their home In Jacksonville\ :Marshall Proctor, Dora Scarborough, Beans are ready for delivery at the locks; the teachers who attempted to rill enter their name on the list of And fills your craw with moans and

Sunday morning, after a pleasant stay Elvie Fowler, Mona Alderman, Mil- factory.LT. bison every fountain of Americanism lass members. groans,
with relatives and friends in Lake iced Roberta, Lizzie Townsend, Yo. which is the school roomone woulde \nd sometime, maybe, you'll.Ct well.
Butler. '''and Jones, Georgia Epperson, Hen FREEMAN INSTRUCTOR IN curious to know how long they REV. M. H. OUTLAND: DEAD Some call it 'Iu-l call it II-1.

Miss Inez Markey, of Jacksonville,, rietta Rosenberg, Norma Dekle, Christine MILITARY SCIENCE would function in a well functioning, -S-

spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. Townsend, Eitelle Rosenberg, lemocratiaed Germany, Of course, Friends here regret to hear that AUTOMOBILE LICENSES

and Mrs. Mitch Markey, returning to Paydell Stevens Wilma and Thelma After a few days visit with his par hey would swear fealty to the new {ev, M. R. Outland died February 3rd

her work Sunday evening. Parker, Mary Borum, Margaret Town. ents, Dr. and Mrs. A. II. Freeman, Lt. government; as Hindenburg has done, tear Lake City. At the time of his Sheriff Epperson asks the Telegraph

Mrs. T. J. Dekle spent Thursday, tend, Conie Padgett, Willie Mae Edwin Freeman left last week for a but' they would not be long without death Rev. Outland was pastor of Co- to give fair warning to owners of anomobiles -

Friday and Saturday with relatives in Johnson, Agnes Rawla, Julia Register, short visit with his sister, Mrs. L. A. buying a pair of rubber heels and gong umbia circuit. F'or a number of about taking out the II-

Raiford, returning Sunday morning. \da Register, Henrietta Padgett, Lua Yates, of Tallahassee. From there he in for the cause that paid the rears he was pastor of the Starke ense required by law. It seems that

Forrest Drawdy and son, of Five Scarborough, Omie Scarborough, went to Auburn, Ala., where he re-en- liggest price for spies.-Cartoons Methodist church, and his many a 1 good many owners have failed to ae-

Mile, passed through Lake Butler en. '.orene Ware, Jessie Mae Colson, Al.ene tered the Alabama Polytechnic Institute :lagazine.. 'riends' here learn with regret of the cure' a license and, the sheriff Is giving

route to Raiford for a visit to Mrs. Knight, Blanche Alderman, John' to complete his course in chemistry death of this !good man. inal notice that he will shortly begin

Enoch Mott. Padgett, Walter Cobb, Walter Knight, : and metallurgy, which had been A BIG PORKER to round up those who are in violation

Mrs. Richard Reeves and interest- ilarcus Dekle, Elma Adkins, Raiford Interrupted by his service in the Unit paCe with the new order of thing In of the law. lie calls attention also

Ing children, of.Worthington, were Rosenberg, Tate Powell, Aubrey Dun- ed States army from which be recently Bradford county farmers are giving the line of swine raising. He recent to the fact that the law requires the

the guests of Mrs. Reaves' father, S. can, Eldred Duncan, Bascom Cobb Joe received an honorable discharge. At much attention to the raising of a bet- Iy butchered a grade Benthire that llftplaylng of a tag at both the front

M. Carver, Friday and Saturday. Jones, Ezra Stewart, Winifred Load- Auburn Lt. Freeman will also act as tA'rrade of hogs, and J. M. Norman, dressed 470 pounds!'! and yielded three md rear of the car and that this muste

Mrs. C. L. Varnes and children, of oltz, Leslie Futch. I in instructor in military science. of the Wateroak section, ia keeping pound stands of lard. done.


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l t7 .. PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919.
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NEW CONDITIONS WHICH MUST VICTORY LOAN WILL FARMERS CAN HAVE ADEQUATE BANKSTON BROS. to remain,

'' BE MET I i 'I -, SUPPLIES NITRATE OF SODA I Yours very truly,

Roberta Ga., Jan. 21, 1917. BANKSTON BROS.

Representative Truman G. Futch. of : PUT COUNTRY BACK Some Shortage Potash May Continue. Old Kentucky Mfg. Co., Sold byJ.

Lake County Thinks All Legislation be None Can lie Had From AlIIace.I Paducah, Ky. C. Manning Starke.
Enacted Should Tend to the Gentlemen: Douglass & Knight Lake Butler
ON PEACE BASIS
Betterment of the State Both Mor- in The United States department of A Mr. Will Wachter of this county W. L. Overstreet Lawtey.A. .

ally and Physically. I" I agriculture announces that for the had some hogs that were down with D. Andrews, Raiford.J. .

i ip I is ''Billions Needed To Pay Producers first time in several years American cholera and had given up all hope of V. Jones, Hampton. -Adv.

Editor Timeu-Unlon: Your communication { And Teach Maimed farmers will probably be able to se- saving them and would not spend one ,, "
inviting me to discuss in Soldiers New Trades.One cure adequate supplies of fertilizersfor penny on them. I gave him one 15'''! :NO; GREAT ACT OF HEROISM: REQUIRED

short some of the more important use this spring. The supply of pound pail of your B. A. Thomas' Hog

mutters which I think should claim i i"Wbat's nitrogenous materials is regarded as Powder and he has just come in and
la a while someone ailtv!
the attention of the next session of tb. need of another LJbort : ample because large stocks of nitrateof paid me for it, and advises that every If some great act of heroism was

the Florida legislature, Is at hand and i ; Loan now that the war's over?" soda which were brought into the one of his sick hogs got well and that necessary to protect a child from
I much pleased to do' so in I) he had killed them and now has them hesitate to
would
am very Official of the War Loan orfanlza. I country for munition purposes are I[ croup no mother
view of the fact that the of in his smoke house and that they were 'i
you express tlon in thin dlrtrlet have replied bj now available for agricultural pur protect her offspring but when it is
n' opinion that such discussion will be II as fine as he had killed this
poses and, in addition the producing any year.
outlining!! iome of the purpose foi at hand bot-
to keep a
; of benefit. capacity of ammonium sulphate plants I want to add that he said his hogs only necessary
which money will be needed by lobe
; The greater part of all legislation Government next sprint has been increased since 1913 from I were down and so sick that he had to tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedyand

; in the past has been experimental and It Is shown that the amount rained about 200,000 tons to approximately prize their mouths open and his mouth give it as soon as the first indi-

Y'1 \ I judge, will be so in the future. However ''of by tb. Fourth Liberty Loan lusted 400,000 tons. I i poured the powder down their cation of croup appears there are
t each member of the legislative i throats. many who neglect it. Chamberlain'sCough
,
: only until December first. Expenditure The department of agriculture has
body should use his efforts to the i Please find check in full of my account Remedy is within the reach of
are going on now at the rate purchased out of a $10,000,000 revolving -
of that for and with kindest all and is prompt and effectual.-Adv.
onuctment sensible legislation regards we beg
of nearly two billion dollars a month.! fund a supply of nitrate of soda
will tend, to the betterment of the I There will be a gradual reduction of which will be distributed to farmers

state both morally and physically. No treasury. disbursements an the wat I at cost for' cash, the price being $81per

t tit ]legislation would claim serious attention ; : debts are wiled, out The revenue ton plus freight. Applications for

which is not for the best interests !) I from taxes will not bft sufficient to nitrate can be sent in to county agentsas .1
the and logis- :, ) ) I r
of stnto ut law
pay all the bills, no the people! will be late as February 15.
lation which smacks of "clins") should ,
I railed, iii ion to prnvlile the r.iruiey l by There is in this large ass-t-w.rev ,
country a surplus -
rot receive. :my further attention than on i ith i 'J -
Kiib-rrlli to vrrmnont! bondTil"
rg of sulphuric ac.d producing
r ia to put it di wn.. ,' I I capacity .
neci'V-nry
I Is-no will bo for not more than six "
and native of
supplies pho.sphuti
In the dJ"pmenh of this state billion dollars I :: 'I..c, > ,if
there will arise new conditions I rock are available practically to (CA '
naturally un gZ I J/
with which the law! makers t I Pay Day nt Home. any extent demanded., Some shortageof Lry --I I' ,
enormous of Is
This outlay
I money
potash may continue aa it is not
will have to deal in a more or less experimental of !
polriK: to pay off the army of producers thought that supplies can be obtainedin THE UNIVERSAL CAR
exercise ,
o way but by the nt I I hnnin. -tho; fanner, merchants, time for use this, spring either from
of that degree! of common sense and !' manufacturers and nUII'rRm""R!
Alsace
or Germany.
judgement which every mnn who is (' had Just" begun to fight when the Hun I Idprld..d ---- .,.- --

honored with a sent in cither house ()() ) ) ) it wn time to lult. Alliedleaders FIFTH )LOAN MUST! ill :MADE The policy of the Ford! Motor Com-
shot Id possess, we should), nt all times, expected, the war to last another 1lUltET"'H.C'l11 TO nU'ImVashin
" I tm able to /get through! the laws which I will year and the United States Governmont pany to sell its cars for the lowest possi-
; V' 'will do tho most good and J leave room
win turning! out ships' arms,
\ ton Feb. 13. with
dependable
-Secretay ble price consistent
for future expansion ami mollification. ] ,
; 'ammunition and food with a view to'
iJ' Class told the house
,; :, : In the experimental stage! we should'' of overwhelming Germany, next fall. I I committee that it ways was and means<,nt"soml'thinA' quality, is too well known to require
, not adopt a rigid: 1 system, if the matter ] I appar
Treasury' ornclal.s\ have revealed that
must be done to make the because of
, comment. Therefore present -
be dealt with until experience ,
cnn
'
J 'America would have had a tank at the bonds
notes of the
'\Y, shall have demonstrated the proper \ ) I front for every seventy-five feet of the! loan more or attractive than Victory their Liberty predecessors conditions, there can be no change I
.' course. by linn la 1919 thousand tanks!
, -thirty j "
and asked that congress in the Ford cars:
Business conditions will naturally lie prices on
I. We would have had ten tons of nuis > him
give fix interest
I,; unsettled for a season but. to I a more ,I .tard gas' ready for shipment for every'' rates and determine authority exemptions to from Runabout $500.00
: II
: or less! extent according to the action ton Germany could produce. Thousands
taxations according to financial
of legislative bodies state find nation (' ) of batteries of guns would have ditions when con Touring car 525.00
existing the loan Is
al.) The sumo H true of labor. Sane I 000 ] I ,h.'n In action t legislation. touching business and la-j ; ; In 1918. Everything else was beIng
I bor conditions can do more to stabilize -. produced In proportion. .-- Chassis 475.CO

!<: both than any other medium, and, (' I This gigantic preparation brought I Sedan 775.00
"> it id to be hoped that the next session j ,\ I, an early end, to the war and saved Quite Simple..
rti., of the r'lroridu legislature will attempt :' ..() ()( ) ) thousand of lives. Victory ondn will Jim Junes-"S'.ut !I...K can I love my Truck Chassis 550.00
I
" neighbor' us iij.v-'ir. .. li. n his deg /howls
"j. experimental or new schemes' lH> I pay for I thin work, which had lmencon I ;
( These f. I b. Detroit
j' nil t lghil" TinParoil: -"\Vby, very prices o.
with either
't_ i' son 'trnt'tl'lfnr\ and was bring delivered!
u' ';' easy brotlur Jnuc-- -Just
: There (Is prevailing: in this state (' when the armistice was slimed.' very easy
"
" condition relative to 'olouhmtion of will < Army Being Demobilized. linlsnu' Ids 'I.| ;K --Puck. FORD GARAGEA.

land) which: is deplorable" and) is doing are ;: There! are other purposes for which
more to retard the development of the ) .inioni'jr" Is needed. No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll

I state than any oilier one iigency. If 191! ()( ( I I'art of our army of two million men I children troubled with worms have an, unhealthy . VV. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors
which indicate
bloud and
; color *poor a .1
the colonizer has a meritorious, proposition I| of mu"t be kept In Europe until the, peas. I rule them Is more or lean stomach diaturlrannCKOVE'S
he should bo welcomed! and he ,, use. .treaty 'Is signed. These soldiers mil I TASTELESS chill TONIC given rctfulj- STARKE, FLORIDAANNOUNCEMENT
it should have no objection to submitting i be fed clothed and otherwise main.talned. for two or three weeks will enrich the blooil. .li
!
prove the digestion and act as a General Strcnm 11 I IeninD
to a constituted authority in tho | Our I Then they must be brought, Tonic to tba whole system. Nature will I IK-a
I state for npbrovul his l proposition before j .home. The .sick and wounded must' throw off or dispel the worms,and the Child will:! I ,
I scattering his claims, broadcast the The ill perfect health. Pleaaaat to Uke. 60o per battle
, .k I .be cared for In hospitals. army

'I;: over the nation. We .should have legislation the \ 'must be demobilized. There are thousands .- --- -- -, -- -- -. __ .---
placing colonization<: proposi I of maimed soldiers\ heroes ol

, :. tions. If such supervision were provided the great war who must be taught

for, we would' not hear so often per self supporting trades and given ar

i, the pitnble story of the homeseeker'' 'I .opportunity to earn th.lr living.
'
j,. who has been robbed of his all by that Thla reconstruction work at home I

t; slick land agent. I can cite you to In-I' tion must be carried on. The Job must b*
k stances in this state where the methods -i finished The American people whc

of the land agent are on a parr furnliihed the money to win the war
i 1.'I! We thank for the business tendered our local -
with the "wiretappcr." Such conditions is a must supply It also to bring the natloc you

I -a can and bo I remedied hope to by see proper the next legislation on ,back to a peace basis.Gadsden . Agent, Joseph E. Wilson, during 1918 and ask

: session of the legislature take the for this
continued
l'o through
patronage represen-
your
necessary action on the matter. I Ic ? Woman
> The health of should l be !
the state
tative for 1919.
insurance requirements during
II w. closely) guarded and we need a state Chosen To Name your

k \1 function.board of health that will actually I It "Victory Vessel'iv REPRESENTING


Another matter which is of vital importance Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland, Baltimore, Md.
I day
the is lIenslbleR"nol
to state
,, I
t legislation.: About half of the l>' _iv A vr United States Casualty Gompany, New York City

school law is obsolete and the balance I the ) United States Lloyds, Inc., New York City

?4.f I is, collected of !parts and parcels ofsystems and The Travelers Insurance Company Hartford, Conn.
designed I for Utopia and 1 absolutely I )(
.' Hartford Steam Boiler Ins. Co. Hartford Conn.
impriu-ticnl in this state. Apparently dom : r/Jj. ,

they were (lt\ ised l by someone I [! :) i < Employer's Liability Surety Bonds

who had rend n small part" of a ' ,. q, ."!n..I..'""<' Automobile Liability & Fire Accident & Health
'
multitude of impractical work on ed- : t' .IU .. ) l

1' ucntion. Home sensible legislation is I ) I .., .....ff JJFI: ,' Burglary Life
needed for education.Vc need, com- I ' fJf' '('2 .. t'\1Ii'\ "'" t I Plate Glass Boiler

pu'
we have it wp should' make sure that ". ff.;: { ti r.ri j

the child will have a competent instructor I ') \ (:ft.fit ; JAMES & PAXTONGENERAL

4 after (being forced to attend. cold I \ !!

Before a college! graduate is permittedto I .. [ :c,'*, ,. 1'?lf.tj.I . AGENTS :f
teach unless the diploma Is on a ,. .r IJt.lf; ., FLORIDAf
pedagogical course, he should l have to :; : : l i JACKSONVILLE, ,

show that lu has some more knowledge "r '} General Insurance and Surety Bonds
of the art of teaching than the ..' ". :
-- -t1t"J.fi
ordinary graduate in a literary course .\(: : ,t t. ; .Ji .. .
A The child' I It entitled to an oportunity : W - --

when he attends school, and the idea 1< '' 1 '}fi-r.:; : fr. -
..
of granting certificates, for teaching : t. 't.4. t .... ., It I
to college graduates promiscuously .:."\_ '. :R.ltWo\l" 4taiJbW

certainly does not present such a state by f \ r'I"f:" ... .,.A"., ',! )iI 11

of affairs as would mnke it right toI. : 1 1;_.,,'(, ..fLr(;t.J.; ... & -
; force n child into attending. If it I r'': : 1" f JW ' Not eMasiiredYn
;
... comes to the pass where we can only /' : ". j : I
have the "three I K's," we should have > ''.. r.f1 StFFs'# ;, ,
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I. teachers with character and worth to ,
teach them
to i l
Mrs. Alexander Greet.
: Good 1 roads mv of prime necessity " Mrs. Alexander Greet of GadsdenAla. Dollars and CentsThe
,
und such legislation! as well insure a the l lhnJ .
will b" sponsor at the launchlni
good: system of roads, should be en- < !
t of the vessels
,lot one of America's''
acted. of !! )
merchant marine" Gadsden was one
With reference to the economical to d ,
of ten cities In the Sixth Federal Ra I
administration of state and, county tion 'nerve District which won the hone lull measure of a bank account is not merely in the number of dollars and cents
t' governments. I believe that n more of selecting the name for a ahlp bj
liberal succeed in getting together. The full measure is found in the
expenditure of for the you
4 money competent Its large over-subscription to the
officers would be of greater: by Fourth Liberty Loan. Mrs. Greet; waiohosen

t i economy than the time honored ..IIYSi by ) by the committee In apprecla HABITS OF THRIFTinculcated .

., tl'11of skimping. tloo of her work In Liberty Loan cam
Yours very truly palgns. She has ben active In at

: T. n.! FUTCH. war work and baa four SODS! In the during the time' the account is accumulating. This bank solicits the opportu-
Leesburg Fit,. ) ) : :
Gadsden expect to live tIts <
_._ arnif. up both the and the habit.
j7 -- -- : : record La the Victory Loan. nity to co-operate with you in accumulating account

FOOD) FOK OUR ARMY Ij

j --- :
Itonds For Reconstruction.Four .
.; Soldiers are fed and clothed the
by .
Liberty Loan have been floated
government. Officers buy, their own by the Government to provldi BANK OF STARKE
clothing and for their
$. : pny own food by weapons of destruction.' The Victor
; During the fiscal
year ended June .10, Ing tins buen won; the country it turning
191S, the food for the sion
army cost $125-
000,000.00. from oar to peace. :Now the nation it STARKE FLA.
; called upon to *ub crtbe once more; .
Feeding the soldier from '
) the time to buy Victory ]Hon.I to settle. the was
he leaves home until he embarks for debts c d provide the means of carryIns State, County and City Depository
Europe is a subject by itself. Feeding
through the work of rercnalruo
him"on shipboard and. overseas both plan I'J
tlon. Peace must b e flnnnced as well -- = JJ
_
in camp and on the firing line, U an as a.* war. 1

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919 COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA I',"'" TllUEE

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.;t' -- --- -- - ..- -- -- .--, BEST WAR PICTURE
I (\ .tn DADDYS [vNfflCrA1rTTAIl !; '
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs t

K-nxwauu.m"wv..xuu..a.m"w.nwmnxx.u..wn . MB* EVER MADE IS FREE : \ ....1 .., I 1 ,.
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I [ Live State NewsVm ; FOR VICTORY LOAN '. / \ 1, L.4 1" LE.; "' 11..J . .

$ I I II \.. ... "'_ j 1._,... ""-"" L-J; 43' MARY \lL-V-jJOtiliER. ,
._._ Mtl --
-..miMi>........- -* ***fm9UMminmin I .1
I Five Reel Film Made By United States
Told by Our Exchanges. -.1 tn ti3!
I Signal\ Corps To Ba Shown All PIGEON AND DOVE.

,, Over The United States \ '
I I1 4 sealed I \Ve nro ns lino\ ii Is |iroilo| ," still. Miss,

It is now estimated l that confidence are brought wagons/ from this and "New Glory for Old" Is the title ol ql I pacfcanc Pigeon,

men ha\u taken over two million dollars Holmes and Jackson counties. Farmers a wonderful motion iilrturo to be presented ,, ., \\.r. > I "Are you. 11I11"'d'! asked Mlsa\ Pove. t

out of Florida in the past two are killing and curing morn all over the Untied, Status .noon "We ar('." sold, MUs 1'lironti. i"I

years. meat on the farm this year than ever by the United Stntt Treasury He. I ). I I "Odi>-u-o" "iilil\ MI-H Iiovo. ",\11.1 <'

I before' and still they have a gooisurplus partment for Im"I,'-.'.ing upon the \; \ nron'l t the at llmn- pr"ple| | too?" ,I

The LaBalle Amusement Companywill of hogs to market. The brood ,American people the need of tho Victory . \ .... I "You arc," mild 1 :Miss 1'lgoon. "Yes,
'
erect a combination moving picture sow herd on the ovcrnge farm will Liberty loan for which the cane '{' ......1'I" you nro. *',,,_o-<', jou'ro wry line, 1
"
house and theatre in Tampa at i be increased from 5 per cent to 20 .palKn. ) Is to start this spring It willbe tOO, j

a, cost of $125,000. per cent over last year. I presented in public auditoriums I {(f-4; \- .t: no loll me nil about It," mild Mini

,,trMamm. Dove, "for I'm very nnxloiis: to 111'111''on't .
without charge to the public, and the ..... q'
A number of the world's most famous John Walter Past, former tax collector schedules Mill\ permit almost every \: \1,' \ .......... rJi you |pay 1110 u ('all1 I'm ut home

artists have been secured for the of Duval county, recently con city and Important town to have a ( / Ihaflern..I1.\ . And It would be far

music festival which will be held i In victed in the criminal court of record showing of the big Aim )' nicer to nit and have n little talk than

Orlando on the 28th. following the information filed This Is to be, without doubt the ... : would bo to tube n fly. It's such a ''

against him for the alleged embezzlement greatest war picture ever presented .r.t warm' day.! "

Navy officers expressed complete of $138,000 of the funds of the anywhere five reels of real pictures ; "It Is warm,," agreed, Miss I'itrcon.
state and sentenced Fri j All of Its goodness! ""'ell I'll bark and son after I
satisfaction with the success of firing i county, was taken In France." It was made for the come you

torpedoes from dirigibles ballon morning to serve a sentence often pictorial history of the world by the j :' sealed InProtectc I have my afternoon I Imth. I need a

at Pensacola last week. ,. tears in the state penitentiary. United Slates Signal Corp. and one little\ refreshing, vmter."

The sentence was pronounced byjudgi of the operators was. klllud. while ; ;!. preserved.: "It's oleo" lu> ,-In my t.lVI'S.In" 111

Kissimmee will bulkhead a large James 1\[. Peeler, judge: of the criminal cranking his camera. It l IN. a storyof MISH I><)>'>'. .

portion of Lake Tohopkeliga thereby court of record where the trial the Amerlnun soldier from, the The flavor lasts I "A h," mild 1 MNs, Pigeon, "t hat'l1 very qgraeluus 4

greatly improving the water front lasting over a week, was held. flay of his enlistment. to the day he of you Well I'd 1111> ilcllslit-

and bringing into use about 100 acres reaches Derlln. It .shows him In the ed to 1I\"t| your hoHiltnllty.! ," .
of land :Mrs. Grace Howell sentenced last "I luivcu't ,got any of Hint," said
In the act of embarkation
training camp; I .
I :May by Judge. II Pierre Itrnnniiu enjoying his .soldier amusements E( Miss. I'!,.<. Hiully. '
for.
and be
SUREto
; "(Hr, have," snl The National Livestock Corporation lit Miami to life imprisonment, after I II on shipboard; his landing at Brest; yH bun /.1

has been Incorporated with principal I she had been found guilty by a jury his training In France and about 3,000 con. ;r

offices at Dade City, to raise hogs on of the murder of her husband ThO' feet of the hottest fighting known In cat: WRIGLEVS. It's in "No really ; I inn extrcmoly sorry, .II'bllt !!

a tract of 1,400 acres in Pasco coun- mils S. Howell has been granted anew the great conflict. 1 hn vtm.t any II tall."

ty. The corporation is capitalized at 'I trial. A letter received by her The prints are to be distributed "My: dear MUi I>ovp," Hiild Miss

$200,000 attorney, George A. Worley, fromG. through; the district headquarters of a scaled package but look ; I'lCi'on, ")'nl/ really don't know shut .fj

T. Whitfield, clerk of the Supreme the Sixth Federal Reserve District at E the word menus.. "

The motor fell out of a big hydroplane Court advises him that the Supreme Atlanta.. It I... expected there will bean for the name-the Greatest I "That's true,," mild, Jliss Povo. "Hut I -

in which Ensign Grooch, of the Court has reversed the judgment of) Immediate demand for the films. then If I had uny of It I'd know the :

Key West station, was flying at an the curcuit court of Dade county, but and that big patriotic meetings will be word, wouldn't"' I?" 1

altitude of 4000 feet last week. The the letter does not say on what Arranged; for the showing of the pic- Name in Goody-Land. "I don't know Unit you would" said ..

officer made a safe landing after a grounds. lure In every loan Eloquent speak Miss M"SOlllll. .
few minutes without to him- .. contuse
injury ern will be engaged to tell the story strange nnd a little

self or the machine. Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 5.-Accord of the Victory Loan and the necesultyDf wnvx oaj log." sold Miss. hove. s

ing to estimates of department of "finishing the Job" and It Is expected 1 i "I'll piilnln| It to you my dear] ," I.j
Attorney General Van C. Sweat justice officials and local authoritiesthe that "New Glory for Old" will be sold :bliss. rik'i'on. "IliiHiltiillty| niciiiisBomotlilntc ,

ingen will make a personal investigation so-called wiretappers who have Important factor In selling the issue. llku i>iiti>rtiilnmi>nt. It
in
within the next two weeks of been operating during the winter seasons .f Victory bonds. int'iins Hint you are ,:pn.'rOIlIt and Kind: !f

conditions in the East Coast canal in Florida in the past two years,, 1 LYS ; to give mi" ontortnliimont and after

from Miami to Jacksonville, to learn have succeeded in cleaning up more me nlint you' hn,','. It's very Duo InIrcil -

definitely whether there is ground for than 2225000. Their operations Busy At Work On Plans j 2a', 3Ta7 to I lie, ho8ltnlik'. |) I.
+n
'"
the numerous complaints that have during the present winter have been For Great Victory Loan cyetetlPUrlrl "I nm ,glad I nm," mild. Miss Dove. v.

been made. very extensive, but owing to the vigilance r.NtNU "It's luitliliiff like another ward. with .

of local authorities in many Atlanta, Feb. ..Headquarters of IIUlllI't hllll( the HtiiiDt lIn.I-1I plum '
Florida has probably the most even sections schemes have been nipped in Federal Reserve District In vliiTiiciiili, > are then tlu-y'ro 111 and : I
the Sixth
climate of all the states the mean the bud and intended victims saved Atlanta Is almost as busy as thoughthe when tliiy'ri nil eared up and well j
annual temperature is 70.8. Since "
large sums. under they K!) home iicnln! ?

peninsula.1830: only five In summer cold waves time hovered hot waves the< A, vast campaign amount were of actually preliminary work way flak j1 r rev t ij r 'tdr ls "Oh, no, ci>--<>-o," Iniiithi'd" Mlm 1

is Six alleged wiretappers, who were bas been made necessary by the Individual Nt Vr I'lt'i'iin.: "Ynii'ro thinking of n honpltiil' j
unknown it
are practically an i a recently arrested in St. Augustine quota system. to be tried out for r there, oleic folks leU< to Im malt' nil well yl
recorded fact that sunstrokes are entirely -
were given a preliminary hearing before he: first time In the South. The "fair amid Htninir. Wo often fly iirniiml. the .
1 unknown in Florida. the U. S, Commissioner at Jack- ind square" Idea Is to be carried out Sealed Tifiht> Kept Right h"iitnl| | eaves In yonder port' of the I

sonville and their bonds fixed at In this, every citizen being assigned a tux\u. Hut to In1 lumpltiilili' inoiins to
The election which to
special was < ,
$20,000 each. This amount was subsequently quota based on his tax returns and lio I very Konoroiis n nl |>'illii with ov(-ry-
have been held in Flagler county on
lowered to $5,000 each by It he regards. the quota as ,
4th has been postponed by income
February ; E. 0. PAINTKU FKi nTILIZHn COM1'ANY'Jnckaouvilh'
Judge Call of the United States
the governor to March 4th on account unjust, he has! the right of appeal to an .

of the fact that only four vot- court. The latter bonds were promptly adjustment committee Florida ...
furnished and the men released. The fifth or "Victory" Loan will be
ers qualified in the to county participate were registered in the elec-and Upon being released from the custody necessary If the United States. Is to I'Vrtili/.prs. Insecticides.! Sprayers! Poultry Supplier I

tion if it had been held on the date of the United States authorities Inlsh. the Job It started. The war did For thirty. years we have "been manufacturing frmli/en in thil, Slate, .'.we have aluflrd cur
originally set. the men were arrested by officers of ; not end with the signing of the armlnJo lanes In every county in Florida. .

St. Johns county, taken to St. Augustine *. It will not end even with the Writ For I'ee'l Prim! L ., Trie*. .Iw.". {i. Ii.. will Jaalil-" .

A farmer in Palm Beach county is and given a preliminary hearing. conclusion of the peace terms. The

selling off his farm by piecemeal. In war will not be over until the bills\ )

other words, he is selling the dirt The fruit movement out of Plant are paid and It Is up to the people of
of( seed which have
standard varieties
from his muck farm for fertilizer. City is about over for the season. One the United States to par them-to We carry all leading and IITII\\1j1

lie brings it in by the boat load and carload was shipped last night; from feed the soldiers and bring/ them been tested and known to be best adapted to our soil and climate.

then distributes it in any quantity] the packing house of T. R. Prime. borne. New Crop Corn, Sorghum Millet Rape, Texas Seeded \

the purchaser wants. lie claims thatIt This house will cease operations, but The United States had barely begunto Peas Onion
Is na good fertilizer as can be had others will operate on a small scale fight when the armistice was signed Ribbon Cane, Egyptian Wheat, English Jo

for the money.A to take care of express shipments.Most but It had prepared for war on an Seta, Beans, etc., etc.

: of the fruit was shipped, before enormous pcnlf. This was probably Seed Potatoes, all varieties. Poultry and Bee suppliesWe

Boca Raton farmer it is claim Christmas, the movement since the one of the reasons. Germany quit .no information desired in
(for
call our
ed. mndc !$!i"5 Ion f-m
v, i r rp.. i-f \ ," .' I I1.C.4.: His crop five cars by freight. Th re hir hr.-: vas going to war on a big; .scale And line. Th s is Natures Supply Store. Dove.

consisted largely of beans and he sold 1 in the aggregate, several carloads! by low the bills must h" paid elth.'r bv Oar new Spring Seed and Supply catalague is ready. Writefor .
thing have and so It was hoarpltable
yon
more than 3,000 crates of these at an cxpiess. The movement for the season taxation or Inv,, 'm(>nt. A Victory
average price of $3.50 a crate. He freight and express, was about bond> will be of much more" value to all your copy tod. y. of you to offer me a bath In

expects to make fully as much out of 500 carloads, conservation measure of us than a Black of tax receipts.. I f your eaves and" save me the trouble of

his spring crop which will comprise or fiOO carloads under the old syntomof .- _. 7 flying borne.
"You'll then?" asked Mica
tomatoes peppers eggplant and. another loading. fET: UII OK CHirKKN LICE I hove accept

crop of beans. I unld Miss .
be Plgernt."Well
"I'll Kind to.
"Declarations) have been filed in Successful. poultrymen are having A

'I What may be the forerunner of the circuit court by Horace B. :; lemma faith each year in the once popu- yr I"think I'll take a little show-
: regular air mail service between Miami jr., and his father for damages -npl1'l or myself weld buss I>ovi>. Ho they
mar Idea that dust baths for the poultry bathed mad were nice and clean and
'f and Nassau was the round trip ing $150.000, demanded of
''irate the lice. II. felt fresh and cool and
; ere Mr. E. Wehr they very
to the Bahamas completed recentlyby W. Frazier who was chairman of a
{ \ two seaplanes commanded by local draft exemption board, and John I .pecial. held agent of th" federal buenu i OLDEST 1 f3 d happy' "
we'll hove rent sutcl MissPlgion
"Now a ,
: Lieut. Cummings of the marine flying II. Mackey, president of the State exemption of entomology, with headquarters ESTABLISIIED ?r+ 7rEl'e; "
WRITE FOB CATALOG fi
I I "eh? A rent and a llttln chat.
I I : squadron of the Dinner Keys naval board, in connection with III Gainesville! has the following say WEEKLY PRICE LIST 1 I HOUSE IN FLORIDA: a t "Yes Indeed'," unlit Minn move, wand
I I aid station. The planes brought their arraignment in United States'
relative: to this common pest of poultry / yon must Ic'llIIe\ why we are as Unas
: two bags of mail, the first aerial mail court on complairt of the local exemption 1 ," "
.eS people.'
. ever to be brought! from a foreign: board which charged a conspiracy : 1
I I "Ah, to be sure," said Miss ritfeoo.
The lice lay their eggs on the fcathTH
: (country to the United States., to defeat the purpose of the "
selective' service act. j] r to which they are securely attach. "Well. she. continued after n littlepause
f'd by means of a gluey secretion [ fur. both Minx I'lK..ou mid MIa
Information comes from Washington :- The declaration charges that the
,Their food consists of epidermal scald DON'T YOU FORGET IT Ilov hail dozed off, and each taken a
I county that nearly :300 head of complainants have ben greatly: damaged
1 "well.," "h.Wpllt on, "I heard .
bits' of feathers and exudations from t tiny nap
the character and --
hogs are being: received daily at : as to personal |
the other that there special
day was
local packing plant. Most of them business reputation by the charge!' the skin The life history from the TO i hear in mind) that Chamberlain's' could obtain houses
eggs to the mature louse ia reached in I place where they
from 17 to 20 days, at which time anew Tablets not only move the bowels but and homes rif all cotta and sizes for

MAYOR ASKED TO GIVE LIQUORTO have no remembrance of early generation is produced.It improve the appetite and strengthen ; doves and pUennit. Some of these they

OLD LADIES' HOME; days of infancy when colic has been experimentally demon. THEPUBLIC tho digetition. They contain no pepsin railed 'portubNwhich meant that
could be moved about.
sought to add you to its vic started that sodium flouride will eradicate or other digestive ferment but they

What to do with fifty quarts of tims. And you can never experience p all biting lice (poultry or an- strengthen the stomach nnd enable it "!Jut ther..at\ und glorloa' thingto
me about It was that It was so superior. -
confiscated liquor that soon Is to be the many ills and chills mal) without injuring: the host In anyway
to perform its functions naturally. Now we/ ore to hnve houses.
which o"ertake of 'i I
many my sex whereas other remedies
only con-
spilled in some convenient gutter by, ( from little and
bought shops big shops
If we linger: too long: on thin rot. Dissolve in a gallon of lukewarm Adv.I
I Sheriff W. H. Dowling, has been settled i iI. Mile of that cold stream called | rater, one ounce (one tablespoonful) -Ju t HS people go to such ofllces and

I. so far as she is concerned by a I "Jordnn" or your heart would of sodium flouride. Submarge the We do not believe it would be possible NO r J TWO ".FLU"for rent" houses.

I lady living at Stark. Fla. Mayor Martin prompt you to use the power 'i I fowl in this solution taking particular us to bottle and sell ONE II UN- 11 just Deems exactly! like being a
.
I has revived the following leter'' which you have a right: to, to pains to ruffle the feathers to assure RED ANIJ! FIFTY GALLONS of No. person[ end seeing about a summer

from her: place all whiskey lawfully seated 'I borough dreching of the skin. Such 101 Tonic per day if it was not an dfl'.tive CASES ALIKE home-ah-"and they allow fine homes

Honorable Sir: When I read of where it will benefit suffer- a solution will kill all eggs! as well as treatment for influenza. for us. too. '

I so many quarts of whiskey being ing children and old helpless | the lice. Allow the fowls to remain in A >ian who works a large force of Dr. Newcomb. a famou iparUIUt. I DOTR."They're Tell. me about them;, sold MHs

I emptied into the guters I say to females whose race is almost the sun in order to dry quickly. This men came to our office several days whit w... celled. from civil practice by ,
and told he had the twenty-flve men
call them- compound be I ago i us :
"Now. men can secured at drug
myself, dK Influenza,
iitatlonad '
wu at
size for the most .
run.Hoping nice generous port
selves the lords of creation, but you will pardon the stores. The chemically pure grade is taken i with this malady in one day. Lamp Lit wh..,.. It u >>old men dhalie I "'
,
immediately distributed an ample by the score every day JU atataa that and they're painted In green nml
like me to liberty I have taken in offering a little costly than the
they need an old lady more commer- of No. 101 Tonic them artcr many pout morttni* white!
tell them what to do- give that advice I am your well-wisher, vial, but both are equally effective. supply among rhyalclana anrr..d thai h rdlymtwoand
with- there was not a fatality in the caa were handled allko "lli-lllltirul! mild. Ml** |lave., "Mo:: .
whiskey to the Old Ladies' Homeor The mayor considerately --- venty-flve. At this writing no certain cur baa Itvi
And
to the Orphans' Home.I held the name of his well-wishing TO ALL COLORED bern found for Inlluenia: All on* caa cooling are dose I rolorn. green; '.
: MISSIONARY do la b* careful at the Drat Urn g.sd, | for the optic nerve"
am the oldest child of eleven correspondent and pleads that he has The formula,: by which this Tonic Is hmdache. fie: achlnif Jolnta. ;tmade very the
"VMuit In the world In optic
children and is the time I nothing whatever to do with the destruction Extra session, P. M. B. Association, la given to the public, ao It can tired llatleaa (Kflppy) fading and badnot I ;
many cold la to take f k Inmodnrate n>*ri<-?" link,'.1 :MH| IMxeon.:
be It
listed as a secret nostrum
mixed a little warm toddy, and of whiskey seized by officials Archer, Fla., Dec. 27, 1918. Tane No- doeca fnr a few daya and; \ t tI
ntains Iron which Is for the blood: 011 "The "I,11ln..rve, said :Miss Dove,
little nutmeg in It, and under the new dry law. Nor does he ce-We have withdrawn the right connection ue. flank Kuralyptua
grated a (Qui"me, which Is deadly to the Influ- Spray to aterlllie the throat and naaal "In the nerve of the eyes Oreen would
took it to mother's knee to be dispute the lady's statement as to the hand of fellowship from one Rev. E. passage.. I .
my which thoriffhly .
enza !germ and Magnesia, : he '. them from
good for s-keep get.;
given to my little brother or sister efficacy of whiskey as a remedy for K.! S. 1\IcDuffle for immoral conduct. the bowels. Sold 1 through- Both druKKlat can b had without trouble at : )
opens your 'and general ptorra. iJ tlnx tired. I wanted tu show you I
when they were almost dead rolic.-Jacksonville Metropolis. By order of the Progressive Missionary \ ,nut the South by wholesale and rev And 50 cents. For many year flank's '
word) too"Lad
knew ,
n good
Chill l Tonic bn a favorite houae.hold
with colic and it never failed to Baptist Association. tail druggists and drug dealers. YhA..n. durlnr the lest epidemic
Oro .'. Ta.tele.. chill Tonic after thvx hail talked some moro
them. Wm. HARRISON, It was undoubtedly the means or
cure in Attest The G. B. Williams C .. ".-a In caeea where doctor about the poHBlble new summer homes
picture the and sod : Moderator. O. AnJ"nurere.
From your paper mtorea vitality energy by portal nrlehlng rould not b* had. Manufactured their owners would let for lieia they
I judge you to be in the flower the blood. You can ooo (.. tu StnnathavUoratlntf : C. II. .'. THOMSON, only by the Tropical Cooperative
. went to sleep and dreamed of green
) Company Manufacturing I'bar-
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STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21,, 1919.
PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. :

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-: Tommie Thomas visited his parents, Hon. J. E. Douglass is busy hauling Mother and baby ar getting along was; in ibis community visiting' friends N. C. OR FLORIDA RUNNER PEA-

I*: Bradford Gomlty Telegraph 1 Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Thomas one day I I fine.J. Sunday. NUT SEED

I last week. logs.Supt.; E. It. Poppell was seen in this C. Ward of Providence was here Mr. and Mrg. W. O. Brooker of For immediate acceptance and cash

' Published; -Weekly, and entered as vee Mrs. Barbara Dukes visited l her community one day lust week. Monday buying eggs. I'rovidence attended church here Sun with order I can furnish:: the N. C. or

I brother, David Dukes, Sunday. The Swift Creek school closed Monday George Shallar, of Providence, was day. I Florida Runner Seed Peanuts at Six
} end class matter at the peat-office at Misses Belle and Mae Dukes spent January 10th. here Friday afternoon. Murray and Algar Thomas made a I pound ($1.50 per bushel) f.
Starke Florida. Sunday with their friend, Miss: Hattie :Miss Alieve Johnson has returned On last Saturday the boys of Mil- business trip to High Springs Saturday cents per I

----- ----,---- -- Dukes. from Lake City where she held a position I ler school met the boys of Midway on o. b. Lowell, Fla.

.; t E. S. MATTIIEWS, Editor and Owner. Mrs. Lily Andrews gave a woodI in the hospital. I the Midway diamond in a game of Mrs. W. B. Feagle who has been II. T. HALL, LOWELL, FLA.

I. C. ROBINSON Associate Editor. sawing Saturday afternoon which was George Thomas of Worthington, ball. The game was spirited from the teaching at Mt. Tabor visited her
quite well attended. was seen in our community Monday. beginning each showing a determin- parents Mr. and Mrs II. C. Peeples !MtgffiHCTIpiMBlftyWLOWNEY'S=". ..."mmwlUUJlIn"'DmI
I
Miss Annie Douglass and brother Mrs. E. B. Thomas and children are ation to win. The score stood 25 to 7, Saturday and Sunday, & FULLER'S
recently slowly improving from attack of in favor of Miller.A -- .-- -
1919 FEBRUAR] George, of Columbia county, an FRESH CANDIES
visited their aunt, Mrs. B. L. Dukes. influenza. daughter was born to Mr. and What Keep Boy at Home.

I .utc I MOM_ I I TUB I WED I TUV' I r M. I wa[ I Mrs. Dekle und sons, Oren Kirke Miss Cassie Coles attended the ex Mrs. Seebe Dukes one day last week. More boys would run away from I' I Come To

w. -- -- and Julian spent Thursday afternoon amination for teachers! at Lake City Mr. George Shallar, of Providence, home to escape the tyranny If <<
-) -. -''I I clearing off the yard around Bethany last week. had free litoird. Nitrite! arid {'Ioltl..-tbp'j' W. A. BESSENT I Ii1

'''church. This house of worship is in Hon. and Mrs. J. E. Douglass and Beware ot Counterfeits run to.-FortVnrtii; Stnr-Trl, ...: t1F cmmnm:: !
members and children motored the home of
2345678 need of repairs and the over to

1 friends should get together and attend W. R. Alderman Sunday. Some are Talcum Powder. -
1011 131415 to this matter. '

i I Miss Delle Dukes was a plea.sant THERESSA

16 17 18 19 20 21 caller at the home of Mrs. Mollie iTir- BOOST Home State by sendingyour
L rish Saturday. Theressa, Feb. 21.-Rev. N. T. King I PAIN'SMASTER your

Shepard Dukes gave a wood sawing filled his regular appointment here at

242526 1 one day last week. These gathering? the Baptist church Saturday and Sun- Mail orders to a Florida HouseOur

are getting popular.WOKTIIINGTON day.Mrs.
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Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton rs
) CROSIIY LAKE i spent a few days recently here, Service has gifen us National prominence

the guest\ of relatives.
f 'i Crosby Luke. Feb :!1. Miss Alice 1 Worthington, Feb. .-Messrs. Dennis -' Mrs. S. B. Woodard was a visitor to
Thornton spent Saturday night and. Williams
Roberts and Wesley motored Stnrke Saturday.
R Sunday at he home of her uncle I'. B. to Starke Sunday. II. :M. Woodard, I is spending a few FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY

Bryant, of this I section.We j Walter Baxter of Brooker was a days here with homcfolks.L. OUR

arc glad to report Miss Minnie i visitor here Monday. L. Youngblood. of Jacksonville, "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin."
Bryant much better this week. :I Misses Katie and Phillix Roberts, was a visitor here a few days ago. Everything in BOOKS
Tom :Stokes:; and family of Waldo ', accompanied by their l brothers, Ben Our community dipping vat is now LEADING

and Minxes Ruby and Gertrude McKau and Maurice, spent the wtek-end with in operation and nil who are interested For Headache Colds Complete Office Outfitters

q motored to .thi04 section Thursday and their grandparents, Mr. und Mrs. in cattle clipping arc requested: to !Neuralgia; Grippe; LINES

while here were guests at the home. of I !Bowling, of Itatford. 'I have their cows there Saturday morning Earache !ImluenzalCoUhTootlfnche Toys and Athletic Goods
II. M. Me Rue. !'I Corwin K. Ilinson, of Hawthorne Feb. :22nd.! Bring your families Ni'urilfc
!;
11. M. McHae was n business visitor was the guest of Miss Ida Williams und a full basket ut. dinner will be : Artists Surveyors and Draftmen's Materials
to Waldo Saturday. Sunday.J. I served on the grounds. Achy Gums Lnnii Back:

roe I: I I W. Cannon made a business trip' Miss Eslelle Woodard, left Monday Lumbago Joint-Pains .
KODACS
to,Lake Butler one day last week. I IAmonA" morning for Jacksonville, "where she Rheumatism Pain Pain! Photographic Supplies
a few days in Waldo the guests of those who enjoyed the pea will spend a few ,days guest of relatives
ire relative nut shelling at the home of T. B. Edwards Thermos Bottles Safety Razors
Willie Howling, of Waldo/ was n Wednesday night were Mensrs. R. M. Mersey was among the visitors Adults-Take one or two ta!"lit-

culler to this section Sunday. after Wesley Williams and Joe Ware, accompanied to Starke Saturday. nntime with water. If neccss.ir; We carry complete stock in all our lines

noon.W.. by their sisters, Misses Ida Dr. Fortner and wife, of Melrose rep-at doso three limes a day uXtcimiUN.

M. Edwards: of Gainesville visited Williams and Russie Ware. attended church here Sunday. Printers, Lithographers Engravers
: his brother, Lee Edwards Sun Miss Lily Cannon is suffering from K. B. Woodard of Jacksonville was Since the worM-famous
e' t day. un attack of appendicitis.J. n weekend guest of harm-folks. of "Bayer Tablets of Anpirin" intr Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System
FIVE :MILE upending two weeks at the coast nearHomasasmi. being out again after u case of the into t'.il/lHs have been prvncriLvJ 1 1.

Five Mile Feb. 21Mr.' and Mrs. I 11 u.The Ihysicl.; %. and TN N 6 W.O.STATIONLRY .
Mr. and Mrs R. T. Taylor and children farmers of this section are busy
Ceo. Williams vi4itedIrs.: Williams'mother with Mrs.Taylor's .
spent Sunday night tilling the soil. O
Mrs. Mollie Touchstone lustwt'.k. I mother, Mrs. V. II. Ellis, of X.ark Cobb came back one day last Proved Safe by Millions.

t' Bland. week] from Larking, where ho has been -
a' ; Mrs. Clara Walker is visiting her Rev. S. I. Hcndrix, of Lake Butler for the past few months. d BOOK AND ART S TORE.

' _j xi mother, Mrs. Martha Touchstone this was in town Monday. Miss, Pearl Cason, of Melrose, was 'Bayer Cross", gp,1YER- Buy only; -

q, week.Messrs. J. S. Green, J. N. Rol'rts.lIudl..y ;iin Mabry town Sunday Harrcll afternoon of Old Bradford was a visitor Pvt. Leroy here Russell Sunday.has returned to : E. 1'lWkagcl."Bayernungrnadm 45-49 W. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.ATTENTION.. I

lilispie and fiilispie: were I Wesley Williams made a business Fort Dude, after a few days visit here
k, transacting business in the Midway I trip to Brooker Monday noon. with relatives. 1

section Friday. Brinkley ]Hayes( of Old.! Bradford J. W. Batten returned home one day
Hiram Hunter of Little Springs,
was In town Saturday. hespent TaLlchASPIRIN
f lust week from Jacksonville where
i was a visitor to Five Mile Friday I I. E. Pickerel one of our express several days during that week.
Mrs., I'. I ekle the
I' was recipient'
has to Clearwater for
I agents gone a Rev. N. T. King filled his regular
'
of a "real live" valentine early Friday : few
days. appointment here Saturday and Sun-
i morning baby calf. Call her Mrs. G. W. S. Ware spent a few

Vul, Mrs. D. days in Lake Butler last week guest day.Joe Phillips was a business visitorto Avplrfn U the trade mark of Bayer Minufacture
lk Mr. Levcrett of Worthington was of her daughter, Mrs. W. M. Over Starke Saturday. ot MonoftcciicaciUesier gf S>ilcylicucic !
ay a business visitor to Five Mile Friday.
street. R. M. Hersey a visitor to the
'" was Ask for and Insist Upon
Mr. and Mrs. I>. J. O. Green visited Messrs. Inman Harrison and Den county seat Saturday.R. .

their Friday.,lauJthtRrIrs.They also! spent Willie Saturday Tarrish nis Roberts were in Lake Butler Sat M. King of Jacksonville spent "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin."

J urday night. the week-end with homcfolks.
night with Mrs. Green's mother Mrs. Ab Hazen and Dr. Russell were in '
American Owned
B. J. Thomas. town Monday afternoon. 111GI1LNDHighland Entirely. Automobile OwnersDID
Mrs. P. P ])ekle was a business visitor -
Rev. G. W. S. Ware was in Palatkan 20 cent puckago-Larger tiles aI1
In Lake Butler Wednesday few last week.
days
Ft-b. 21.-Mr. Mercer
'
Master Jud Green spent' Friday with
Inman Harrison spent Sunday af- representing C. E. Fuller Co., of Jack
his little friends Oren and Kirke De- ternoon in Lake Butler.Dr. sonville was a business visitor here YOU NOTICE THE BUILDING

kle. and Mrs G. II. Carefoot mo- Thursday.Mrs. G ERECTED AT THE REAR
Master O. .1. Mott and brother
J 1, spent Friday afternoon in Five Mile tored Ida to and Gainesville Wesley Williams Monday. were inProvidence berly: .were H. C.shopping Wimberly in and Jacksonville Max Wim- IS YOUR LIFE OF DR. JOHN C. WILLS' DRUG STORE?

Mrs. B. J. Thomas visited her non,
J Friday afternoon. Thursday.Miss Just as soon as completed, it will be openedas
Mr. Brooker Fri.
Alfred Thomas near INSURED?
C. A. Scat, of Dukes, was in town Saleeta Mercer spent the week .
day. a first class Auto Repair
Shop
Saturday afternoon. by
k end with friends in Starke.
\Mrs. Addie Blume received, the announcement
C. C. Carroll in town
was Monday Mrs. Dave Lang shopping in
6'i last week of the marriage was
THE
night. REPRESENT I
1 Starke !Monday.M. Elbert H. SmithThe
of her nephew Jim Page/ of Taylor
; I Mr. Rouse who is traveling for the
F. Johns had the misfortune to
i- county, Mr. Pago has many friends W. B. Johnson Co. in MUTUAL LIFE INS.I
Monday
was town cut his foot severely Monday while Man Who Knows HowI
here who wish him a long and happy
life. I afternoon. at work with the Western Union CO. OF N. Y. THE
Mrs who Leroy Mizell! returned to Lake Butler Force two miles north of here. trust that absolutely honest workmanshipand
Mason Klixson.: was visiting -
I Sunday afternoon where he is going COMPANYIN
Mrs. I1. C. Wimberly spent the OLDEST
relatives in fa 'I
Five Mi last week
.w i to school. week-end with friends at Bronson. reasonable charges will give me a liberal -
stated 1 that her husband is now with :I Miss Cecil Itaborn in town Fri- THE U. S.
'1 I the Army of Occupation in Germany. ', dllY. was Hr. Brinson of Baldwin, was a share of your patronage. Thanking you

1 He has 1 been in tin service fifteen i ---. business visitor here Monday in advance I
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. tho am respectfully, i
Uigby are
months und that he is lIe
j writes well. :!
EVKKOKEE.VEvergreen : :
has no idea when he will return. I proud parents of a little girl who arrived JOS. E. WILSON ELBERT i

It. L. Puke, Ardell Drawdy and ,, Friday.Mr. .
: Feb. :!1.-Mr. and Mrs
i and Mrs. Louis Marr, of Law-
I
;Mrs. P. P. Dekle Five Mile's
were con-
W. E. "Forsyth and children, of Stnrke
visited relatives here
tributiou of visitors Lake !: ley Sunday.
1 b' Saturday to
R Butler. spent Saturday and Sunday' in Kverg : Rev. L. Mosoly, of Jacksonville, __,h _

ur, Saturday Harry Long afternoon.motored I over to Dukes I i ,J.een.were S. Rosier business and visitors Mrs. Daisy to Stnrke:Mo ploy Saturday filled, his und regular Sunday appointment at the Baptist here Half Your Living .

Messrs. Russell and l Joel I'urri.hwet.u church Without Money Cost
Saturday.! Martin Blackburn left for his home
in Five Mile for short whileSaturday. '
a
Jet Griflls; attended church at Galilee in South Jacksonville Saturday aftera Wo nro nil at danger point. On
I Sunday tho tine ot good common senna la our Lumber
few days visit with his son F. F. Quigley
Frank : of Saturday
Murphy spent part :Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Starling have niat'kburn. H19>! farm aIIItal'den., operations depends
with Oren and Kirke Deklt I "Kolnif: broke"
I moved to Okeechobee.I.' regret to prosperity or our
Little Miss Amanda Thomas has W. A. Starling was a business visitor lilh v" re. lose this fa miry.Mrs. Even: at present : prices no <
turned from n visit with relatives in'I' to Jacksonville Tuesday. ran plant all or nearly all cotton h .,:
: J. W : children
Lake Butler. j IrillSa nnd two 1 E.: Wilkinson is home from Jacksonville food. and grallat present prices fr..: i &
Carson and Virgie\ were visiting "[I'M.Crillis' Supply Co.
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all.l111 1.monev. :1.
1l Martin ]mnw"s a Saturday vial-( for n week or two while his supply merchant on (credit
A. : .
tor in Five Mile.I part'ntRIr.: and Mrs. I. N. family is recovering from severe attacks Food and prala uro higher i'i
C
Starling, Sunday.It. of the measles.J. !. proportion than! are present cottonprices.
Several motoring Jlartil's'ho 1! I Inamt's .F. Redding. was a visitor to [.aw- .
wall
S. week-end visi-
we did l not learn, passed I thru Johnson a
tey Tuesday. ]ICs a limo nbo\- all others ta playRafc
I.'ivoil1: ! Sunday and dlonday.f I tor to his home in Waldo. food,
I Steve Moore was attending. to business ; to proiliu" nil poxslbla AGENTS FORFairbanksMorse
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We are glad to report the flu epi1demie in our town Tuesday.C. Grain and rainy Mii>;,>lies na your own
I is No MILLER to cut down the ptoro bill.
passing. new cases( being | acres;
.
S. (;
rims and daughter Renn are
h vt A Rood plci'p of I"tr.lettt'ount1..
t !reported the hast week. To those who
have suffered from its tender on the sick list this week.Mrs. Miller, Feb. 21.-Kev. M. A. \Voodaril rightly planted, Tightly tended and
ravages we : R. C. Brims: and nephew, JetT, tho round, run bo
',, our sympathy. of Dukes, filled his regular appo'ntment kept planted< jv.ir &CoKEROSENE
were here Tuesday.GI'ILF11RD. muclo to furnish! nearly half your living.
at this and
J. N. tiaiiuy was buck among his place Saturday It" 111 B.IVOou' iui>ro moneythnn
s Five Mile friends for a few days last Sunday. you made' ou tlio bt-'t taro or
f i 'r'' week. H. C* Peeples was In Luke Butler three acres of co*:on you ov -r t"ewl: !

9, ?y Wesley! Andrews was looking after Guilford Feb. 21.-l.cster Johnson :Monday on business. IfaBtlnca 1913: Seal, Dock tells all
S business interests in I Five Mile recently. J. S. and J. L. Brown are each about tho right 1,hid of a money saying
of Uncle Sam's who has
one boys beenin nnd tio! vprfb'ables: put
building a dipping vat for dipping garden : ;
France for several months returned It tells about the farm crops as
In It.
hogs. This is one of the best -
Dewey Dukes and sisters. Misses preventatives
home Saturday. Relatives and the clear road to
veil r.ril chows! you
Delle and Mae, attended church at of diseases of ,hogs. More dip J li's
r farm prosperity
friends were !glad to welcome him real u-" 1 regular/ :
Midway! Saturday night. home. ping vats and less disease. Frea Send for It today to H 3. ANDCRUDE

tt Mr. and 1 Mrs. B. L. Dukes spent Sun- I Miss Annie Moore and brother Tom- Now that we have a progressive HASTINGS CO., Atlanta, Ga.-Advt.

day with Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle. mie, left for Gainesville board of county commissioners why
t Little Miss Ruby Green spent the I|I where Miss Annie entered school Saturday:Mon, not have an election for bonding the A Tonic Laxative

iY week-end with her grandparents Mr. day. Her friends wish her county for good ron.ii also an electionfor thee .cal remove the bile from the Liver and OIL
and Mrs. B. Thomas. many sueCCs compulsory dipping of cattle. cle aw the System THOROUGHLY without grip lug
in her studies. the stomach ii truly Perfect Laxsdra -
Dana and Gladys Dukes spent Sun- Elmer Douglass of Alnchua, passed These are things that should be takenup or dUtuibiag s
day with their little friends Oren by every county that wants to be
through here one day last week en- LAX-F05 WITH PEPSIN
Kirke and Julian Dekle. in the front ranks.
route to Reliable and Perfect L attv.
Henry Douglas la the name of a
v 1 Mrs. I D. I. Blume and daughter Miss ;Miss Lottie Stokes, primary teacherin whkb soon relieves Stkk Headache Dizziness,IndUestlon. -
't Josephine, were pleasant visitors with : Messrs. C. C. And R. C. McCall mo the Miller school, spent the weekend Stomacb Trouble Ga* and File caused

some of their many friends Sunday.Misses tored, over to Lake Butler Saturday. with her cousins Misses Mabel by Reliable a Torpid Laxative Liver Ccninlpaikm.fa the treatment of Always Cold u'e Clip a

-5,1,+ I Mabel and Nellie Johnson Miss Eflle Douglass and brother and S..tllulr., of Providence. sad Influenza.

had ns'Truest Sunday1, Misses flume Kessie, spent the weekend in Ala. Seeber Stokes and sister. Elsie and tAX-FOS went PtPSni la a tiqold Digestive

,} and Spear. 'i 1 ""fl chim. Miss E. Mae Jeffries attended churrh Tuna System Laxative both as a excellent Ionic and la a*its.Iuall", elTrct"oa. It the,Is ENGINESr.
v ly Messrs. Dewey Dukes and Jet! Waters :Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mann, of Lake Midway: Sunday. just us gorai for ChfMreo a,* for Adult Pleasant\ ,
. It. Site.)
like
totak ChUdrea
j. af' were welcome visitors at Mr. Dekle Butler were the guests of "Irs. Mann's Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Clyatt are the Mode eel recnmmemled to the public by Pad ,
afternoon. sister Medicine I Co St. Louis, M*. maaufactiuer of
! home Sunday Mrs. Bessie Thomas Sunday.
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE t

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Seats for concert on sale at :Mitch Mrs Carl Knight entertained a few 5
ell's Drug Store. All seats $1, not including friend last Tuesday evening and a I

war tax, which will be col- delicious salad, course was served.
Bits of LocalInformation lected at door. Special rate of 25:; Those present were :Misses Kathleen I MILLINERY ,,

cents to all school children. Alvarez EllaIay: Long, Aileen Alvarez -j L

Ii :Messrs. Harold Wall, Willie Ep- ,
, r :Men's Flannel Shirts-Sale price 69 person and Powell I. .

cents at Stump's. Ctlrpl'I I"
Our Spring line of charming
new
:\1<-n'lIIn'I1M\ price 69
4'.f./... P.r.. ."'I"....... ... 11 i
: model hats
'o18Slinnie: I of
Bessent Friday : combinations
riae1.. C...... eM T_ returned cents at Slump's.Bruce unique fl;:,
from Atlanta where she the .
spent
I that show the touch of artistic workmanship
s
past several days studying the latestin Davis has been mustered out

..,...,.. -"P' __ millinery She will be employedby of the naval (service and has! been in is the most complete I line ", .r

Miss Minnie Bessent spent Tuesday :Miss[ Flossie Reynolds spent the I' .Mrs. C. A. Knight the coming season Starke this week visiting his father, of millinery ever shown. All styles ;
W.
E. other
Davis and relatives He
In Jacksonville week-end in where she
shopping Sapp was employed -
as teacher before to I has many friends. here who are always Brims turned, flared and tilted in the fj
t 9." Sheeting, Sale price 69 Starke. coming Mrs C. A. Knight returned last glad to sec him. Before the war hewas
cents
a most becoming shapes with here and
yard at Stump's. week from a week's stay in the millinery employed in Arcadia and he will ,\

markets of Atlanta where she now return to the same position. there facings of exquisite materials ;
Yard Wide bellow Homespun, 12j! purchased the largest; and most beautiful \It.

visitor W. C.to Harris Starke, Wednesday.of Maxville, was a I l cents a yard at Stump's. line of millinery placed on dis- Yard wide LL unbleached hrr Whatever there is of charm or

:Miss Edwina McBeath and Mrs. play in Starke. !sheeting worth 30 cents a y ,rd, ./ newness in women's and misses' hats,

Fresh: (garden seeds. at Kickliter's. 2t Frankie Konce returned to Jacksonville Men's ribbed underwear special but costs! you only 20 cents yardat our millinery department may he depended -
Sunday after a visit with :Mrs R.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futth are spend- A, Weeks price $1.10 a suit at Stern- Sternberg's.Mrs. Il'\ ) on to show it and have it

ing the week in Jacksonville. 'I berg's. priced for less than elsewhere.Ve I

:Mrs George Baisden. and little C. A. Marks and children of i

Big sale of remnants at Stern. daughter, Lucia, and son, George, Jr., Prof. L. A. Davis and family wentto Tampa and :lire A. C. Adams. "f'' call your special attention to our
tpi'nl I last week in Jacksonville visiting Jacksonville West Palm Bench, are in the city vlaitmg : collection.
berg's.L. Wednesday to spend present
'-.' relatives! a few days while his youngest son, : their parents, Mr and :Mrs T. !
---.--, -- -- r B. Tills Sr. They came here for the?
l L. A. Jr., who is seriously ill, receives
II. Hill, of Lavvtey \vsa a busl- :Men's blue suits :>>.00 of attending the funeral of
1'Il'SS'IKitor to Stiu'ko :Monday. I serge $1 medical treatment from Dr. Love, of purpose l N. STERNBERG
I i value, at $IO.S!) at Sternberg's.( :St.: James building. their I brother, Charles' Ellis, hut arrived q qStarke \
too ]lute for the ael'r ices. They

Jut. I'eecivl-d-f'ull line of automobile :Sirs. Ted II :Mrs. Amos II. Norris---h.ftV..dIIl'R-- will remain n few days before returning Floridathe
tires and inner tubes :M. Leviton, Halligan and little ,
their homes Gainesville
Agent, Stnrko. 221tf. i|i daughter. ;Mildred] have\. gone to :Miami '' dnj evening for Gainesville, where she Sun. Feb.to 11th.ir. 1 ,
-.---' i I to join :Mi. llalli -,nn, who is in will attend the executive boaid meeting ;
You will lie charmed with your l'ven-I(business there. I of the U. I D. C. During her stay ---- -
in Staike, :Mrs Norris was a guest of : Win Thomas has' received an
ing's l'ntprtainmentVl'dneKdny., \1'OU SAI.E Four choice milch .
eleventh of November.We cowi.J. !! p
Feb'j :Mrs. J. :M. Alva honorable discharge after n service of
: r'z.
Miss Ruth left
; Spink 1ednesdaymorning
2l th.
I have been through five pitched ;M. Briivvnleo, Starke, Fl+a. 273t.: :
lImn in the United :States
for her home in Bunnell being ----- -- -- more n your : 1
1 I Prices Groceries ..11II'inghi"'l time be made battles :tad have euptuied" one.f > lib -------- !
I called there account of the illness on our are navy several -
sale Men and ladies on -
Special on trips to Fiance and I'ngland.: He oftho prisoner, taken by the A. [E.<: F. FOIi SAI.II:-Following list of concrete -
Spring Shoes at Cash Depart1ncnt i of her mother. down to the bottom-Price a few and his bride, arrived a few days ago' Also one-fourth of the guns taken by III1h'hial'I'Y: Ono No. 107 ;

Store. $1.00 Hoes- selling -for 79 staples and be on'inced-Caoh, : and will make their home at Starke. the A. 1':. I''. All this was clones by tho Northwestern cone batch mixer, 1
now of lira H'glllarrmy.. net of molds.1, sizes ft, K, 12 H
Department Store.Exl'rpsil..nt :Mr. Thomas, was very popular as a Second Division pipe" ,
:Mrs- D.P. :Mitchell and family- are cents at Starke Hardware Co. student (at, the' High :School: beforevoliuiteeiing We are now wearing two service andI: I inch, 1 vase mold. 1 sidewalk I I r
chevrons having been ells for block machine, 50 wood pnl-'
over
visiting relatives this week in Calla- Taft now Presidentof ] for service in the navy ,
han Captain J. 11. Wells and son, B. "American League; to Enforce and he and :Mrs. Thomas will be cordially I one 'l'lIr. lets I set: tOl1lhKtlln., .1I101dK, -I I iron I
Wells have returned to Dunnellon after tour of tho front wheelbarrows I mortar hoe. Price :
------ Pence," has appointed I'I'of. R. A.iieen vveU'onie'd by a large circleof During my my ,
I biokon.' It happened of lot ). J. T. Quigley, Starke, +
visiting at the home of Dr. and Southern f i'lends.DDII. fountain pen was fnsoni
Florida and N. C. peanut seed, chufus (; as a delegate' to the I
:Mrs.> J. P. Tumlmson.Mis. -.--- one day: when I was ducking< an H- lwh Fla. :'J-ll-at.
sweet corn, all varieties, Bliss congress which meets in Atlanta on I if __ .. ,. ..
she'll at ( h.lt"IIU1'hi'I'I'Y, so --- ------ n -
and. Hose No. 4 Irish potatoes at J. F. I'eb :28th to :March 1 :; .\ 'IONS: 10 IIONOU: : up you 1
Kickliter-Thc Seed Store. 21-2t : S. T. I Dell and :Master S. T., :: win get one through to me please do FOR SALE--One 20!(> horsepower Fairbanks "

Jr, have returned, to their home in The girls and boys of the basketball Howard 1) 1llnllIlI. Law 'IUifi-1 so at once. :Morse Type Y oil engine, Ono i
litiinosville; after :Mrs. Del I'M other clay, "*'" No 5 l sawmill, i-oinple-tc-,
1t.'lIyxes, $1.75:>>, going at a visit to )] teams gave a delightful dance in Kohl IGrl'l'1I\ died (at / I write you every Farqunlier Vliar.
father, Col.\ W. T. Weeks. the aimory last Saturday evening In son with mlluen/a, and his name ... is nothing else to tell, you t'Xwith Iwo saws, One New loans ::1 I S
$1.25:>> at Starke Hardware Co. I honor of the Jacksonville/ basket, ball should be marked with 1'( *) denoting [ cept (bat t we were paid err n few days Hide planet, size 8x21 I. I split pulleys

-- .-- i Cotlon. "Jlin-yard wide2: centsa teams. )Delirious I>1I11l'h119 served those who died', m serviceM IIg'tin' .;lorninn money. I drew two :Lid feet 1-15 inch shafting, thus
:Mrs. :M. L. Johns and son, Emmett: !, yard at Slump'H. throughout the evening.'. ------ - -- -- months pay lit once, so I ha\',' pcickc cut nIT saw mandril mid 1 pulleys 10" f
Kirby nrispending this week in Jack >t full of minkx just now feet, t I inch belting, 4YI<< (I feet -------
HOHSES: ,\: vn'i.rsWe '
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sonville.Curl :Mrs. E.! T. Campbell I entertained a New galls arriving at Stunip'n ,>\'- Write soon to your loving' 14011. belting. .1-4 feet 11) inch belting, II:
few of the younger set last Friday Clv.le. feel IJ inch ,belting, :'I I e-ant hooks, '.
t'ry tiny ]have another .1 rnn"
and Leila Siipp of Heilbronn, "evening. Delightful music was enjoyed shipped IJnl! I' 'llmmer, Bait )K, K>U> 1<: .1 crops cut sows, :J? sliiift ha rigors, .1.1A I

have entered, the ISradford County by all until a late hour. :Mrs S. T. Dell and little son, S. T.. horses and mules pure'bused from till! I Si'ccinil Divihitm. A. I';. F. Germany; linxi<, t roller bed. and) rollers. Sold\ I Ih
School. Government; and they are being oIT"--1" _______ __ in .11'. Jiiigley,
High ----- - ---- lot or separately I
Jr will to Starke to
go today spend ed
at prices ranging from $100) in
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F.V Ruddington, of Middleburg: [ Staike. Fla :?-II-lt.: \
the week-end with her father, Col $1ltI.! ) This is n n extra fine lot of I
All our (Gingham-Sale price 25; : was in Starke Wednesday and Thursday LA SSIFIEn J -
W. T. Wei-kH, who well celebrate hmbirthday
I .stock, but we bought them cheap and ___ . .
cents. a yard at Stump's.Mrs. and while here was a guest of I' --
hm Mrs. Emma Richard. anniversary Saturday. will sell them to our customers on n **
aunt, ADVERTISING COFFINS CASKETS
Gainesville Sun Feb llth. close] margin of profit. C'omo early
T. D.) Clark, of Jacksonville, And full line ofUndertakers'
a
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. N. D. {C) inch Stovepipe, 30 cent val New line of ladies waists voile and get your,1. W.pick.ANDREWS & SON, I LINE CENT A- WOR---Foil KACII INSUg. t Supplies '
Wainwright.New CASH IN AIIVANC l'
I
ue, 19 cents-Starke HardwareCo. organdie, crepe de chine and :J-21-21. Starke' FlaSOLDI AilvrrtUmrnl Iniorlril under. thli hr..l lmual Automobile 11'ItrIU. d\
----. b. paid. In .Mane., Nu .ilvvrUiicmvntfur
seeds for spring planting, including georgette ;itt Sternberg's.' Inierelon' ccrpKd for IFM man 21 Always on hand. The bent ser '
corn beans, chufas, N. C. pea iR: LKTTKIlGonner'sdorg: : tton.F.. lnC.nr.i A Ill-word .d.rtl-n.nt
on. In"'llon will !>. 21 un"| If fur mor. vice at the lowest pritCN. Special
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nuts and all kinds of vegetable seedsat N. Sternberg left Wednesday for a Sunday noon the fire alarm was sent Ih.n on. Inntrllon will b. rh.r.>d for it I attention to telegraph orderi. t,
White's. 2142t. business trip to Baltimore and New Germany., cnl word. Niilhln ch.r..d. '
in, being roof blaze the residenceof
a on --
York to his and, January 4, 1919.
buy spring
going
A. E. Moitt, West Call street. The Registered Embalmer
Mrs. W. II. Graham has returned summer line of goods for his store. Dearest :Mother: FOR KENT
fire company responded and put the Just a few linen' to let know I .
home after two-weeks' visit in you
Jacksonville. a Lieut. E. K. Perryman spent the fire out, the only damage being! a hole received my Christmas box O. K. It FOR KENT-Furnished rooms. Mrs DeWITT C. JONES

week-end here with his wife. Lieut. turned in the roof around the chim came in this afternoon, and tho cake E. F. Johns It. Starke, Fla. ,

Just arrived-new line of arrow ferryman has resumed his law studiesat ney. was certainly] fine-I enjoyed it immensely -- -- -
LOST- .
t like make ---- -- -
ju to -
use
the of Florida Gaines you
University ,
soft collars at Sternberg's.Judge Special price on Men's Clothing .
ville. when I was at home. I found l only one- --

overalls, etc. Also Ladies i thing wrong with the box, there was J.OHT-Harry) Johnson, colored', eleven -

J. T. Wills, of Gainesville, Beautiful ginghams, 35; cent Garments, Ginghams, and Dress not enough in it. years old, very chirk. Han away
spent Sunday and :Monday in Starke from :Meredith. Information gladly,
I hope to be alile] to eat next Christmas COTTON
with relatives.Mrs. value going at 29 cents Saturdayand Goods. Cash Department Store. dinner with you, and I will if reeeive-cl by grandmother, Patsy
:Monday at Sternberg'sMrs. Hammond. It
nothing happens I may be able t<>
Iva Lewis of Bartow, spent Arthur the infant son of :Mr. and spend Easter': Sunday with you how -
Thursday and Friday with her cousin, ; J. T. Wills, Jr., of Jacksonville, :Mrs Jesse J. Mansell of Enville: Kin., do you like that? --molt :MALE: WHILE HOLDING

Mrs. A. V. Long. arrived Saturday morning' for a short died recently of pneumonia' followingan
You will remember when the :Marines loll .Af.E--iuno Seed
visit with Judge, and :Mrs. J. T. Will atatck of influen/a. :Mr :Mansell the : advance, : Japanese! INSURE WITH
German
$65.00: Ranges now selling for :Mr. Wills Jr., spent Sunday with the and their little daughter were ill at (hnteau stopped Thierry luxt June. We were'ut Cane, $1.00 per hundred Box :liH.!

$18.75: -Starke Hardware Co. family. the same time with. pneumonia, butare behind,( the Marines lit the time and it Worthington-[ -.- ----- 1.31-It.l,I. R Davis & Co.STARKE .

E. C. Warren has finished his now imjiroved.Just was our seventy-fiveH and the merino MK: SALE1'iiino!: Write J. I K. IliilLoreno 'i
Little :Miss Louise Jolly of Waldo] --- machine guns that kept the Prussian FLORIDAINSURE
school at Hcilbronn, and last week tookcharge arrived a t<111'ntli.llin,' of Ladies, ligan, or inquireKlnrke Green, '
of her sister,
was the week-end !guest > guards from taking' Chateau Thierry .
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2-I M l-tf.
of the seventh eighth o fords and .
and tllmll'
:Mrs W. B .Harvard.Oo Pumps at '' from the Allies.
grades of the Bradford, County High --- - ,
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Wewent from Chateau 'Ihierry to
not miss the l'onerI.tVl'dneKlny, School.\ :Mrs. J. M. Alvarez attended themeeting .
S'oissions and attacked I the 8th 1 of
Hfith 8:10:! at the in Gainesville: of
evening February yesterday
.Inly.' You know when that Ilnn'tyou
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was
I'ilCllrl'd"til,-, 25; cents a lard atSlump's. WITH
High school auditorium the Kirby Smith Chapter U. D C.AmollA' .
? Well, we Wl'ntCo fast up there
the business attended to win
that We almost met ourselves coming
Curtain l'I'imall' price 19 cents the final arrangements for entertaining back. JOS. E. WILSON
a yard at Stiimp'x. :Mrs. A. II. Freeman went down to the State Executive: Board of the STARKE
Tampa \Vednesday night to welcome Florida Division U. D. c. From t there we went to St. Mehiel FLORIDA

:Mrs Alice Humphries of CllI'no.l her newly arrived granddaughter, whois -- -. and then up east of UheimM in the GENERAL INSURANCE
l is visiting her mother :Mrs. Amanda the daughteryif C'apt. and :Mrx. II :Men blue serge suits, $:!2.i1l) ('ha niI gun' district I 1 and. from thereto
Freeman.: the Argonne )o'orl'Kt.11' stopped l1 FIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILE"A I
Jones on W. Call htreet. value, being closed out at $11..i!) at Beaumont on the :Meuse river on I

:Mrs. 0..1. ftriffin; went up to Jacksonville Hear Skovgaard, the Danish violin. at Sternberg's.

Friday;! afternoon to visit her iFt; Alice :McClung-Skovgaard, pianist I

sister :'IrR.V.. J. Griffin. ; :Marie Van Gilder; prima donna On Tuesday Mrs. A. H. Freeman enrtained !

soprano; and Blosn >m Jean Wilcox n *" fifteen ladies! for the day, '

All winter goods going at actual sil.gel songs.Linseed the object being to Hew for the liedf'rosq ,

cost at Sternberg's.Messrs. -- The ladies made, a large number -, Receipt in FullTli.it
Oil, regular $2.25: value of garments and spent n pleasant I

day socially At the Red Cross headquarters '
J. E. Wilson and .\. V. Long for $1.19-Starke HardwareCo. .
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three ladies worked nil day -- -- --
spent several days last week on n .
packing boxes marking and arranging -'
fishirv trip at Smith lake. supplies '

----- ;Mesdames I'ridlreon.Ic'llanus: : and ----. u what you have (for every Lill of( account you pay \by check. You don't even
After a short furlough at home, Turner and :Musses!! EftV :McCIellan Notice Application for Till Devil
his need to make a memorandum of the' I'"YIII..I. "I 'Jir 'Link keeps llir account for you
Raiford Epperson has returned to and Ruby Winters were the guests ('ndpro.t'tlon: 8 of Chapter IH8H, .
duties on hoard the Louisiana. from Waldo who attended last Satur Laws of Florida

day evening'h dance. Notice is hereby given that A. A.I I
Auto Oil SO cent value for 59 Douglass purchaser of Tax Certificate Your Cash Always Balances .

: cents-SJarke Harware Co. Friends of :Mrs. F. P. Shaffer will No. 25, dated the 7th day of JuneA. .
regret to learn that she sustained the D. IK97, hall filed\ said certificate
fracture of an arm Thursday morning in my office and has made applicationfor You have no trouble hunting up rcceiiliand receipted, bilk Just call on the Lank

:Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and'mother children:Mrs.are yhen she fell from the doorstep at her tax deed to Issue In accordance for your check, and you have the evidence complete.
:Mrs. Adkms' ,
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visiting home on :Madison street. with law. Said certificate embraces

M. E. Edwards of Gainesville. the following described property situated This bank solicits your deposits large or imall, and invites you to pay your bills through
All 2.;) cent gingham going at in Bradford county Fla., to-wit:

Miss Saleta Mercer of Hawthorne,' 19 cent*-. Saturday and :Monday SW Quarter of SR Quarter, Sec. B, Tp. il. It.s the SAFE way.
spent thc week-end as the guest of H, R. 19, 40 A. The said land being assessed -
Misses Flotisie and Aileen Reynolds. -Sit Sternberg's. at the date of the issuance of We pay 4 per cent on savings account, compounded\ ] tjuarteily. i'lareyour liberty

such certificate in the name of :M. J. Bonds and other valuable in a safety deposit box, cost U im.ill.
? Yard wide Yellow Homespun, 20c CoW\ T. Weeks Bradford county's Coleman. Unless said certificate shall

a yard. Stump's. popular circuit court clerk celebrated he redeemed according to law, tax

his eighty-firHt birthday Saturday, deed will i issue thereon on the 17th
You may get your tickets for con- February 15th. A family reunion and !day of :March, A. D. 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
cert from members of the School & birthday dinner was given in honor of Witness my official signature I and _

Civic Club or :Mitchell's Dreg Store. the occasion by :Mrs. Jos. E, Wilson seal this the 11th day of February, A. Bradford Financial
and was attended by all member ut r). 1919. County's Stronghold

Floyd Green, of Neuns France, the family. Colonel Weeks is Bradford (Seal) W. T. WEEKS: ESTABllSHED 1889

writes relatives here that he is still county' grand old man and his Clerk Circuit Court. STARKE FLORIDA
with the legal branch of the service in host of friends are glad, to see that By R. A. WEEKS: I ,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGIUPU, STARKE, FLORIDA FlUD.\Y. FEBRUARY 21, 1919.

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, I I "STAY-AT-IIOy1ES": "GET RICH QUICK' I Allison Bieling J. B. Nettles, II. S.

Norman, Mrs. John Philips, Sam Summers -

Reproduced form "Stars anl i J. K. Davis, L. C. Powell, W.
Farmers (
I Bradford County Stripes," the American soldiers' piper HOT AFTER YOURLIBERTY C. Powell, :Mrs. K. E. Gahagan, D. G.

) published in France) I Kelley, L. M. Witt, W. C. Hunt, B. E.

9 I i BONDS I Brown, M. E. Clark, R. L. McNeal,

conNml.u of lend arsunate paste to 50 gaflon in the field. It is spread mainly I by "You say he can't stand the Army, I M. P. Matheny, C. A. Dirt, T. B.

PREPARING KOK A BIG of wuter. To this amount should be :'planting seed containing spores or i| The life is too rough for him.'Do Browning, F. B. Johns, S. A. Bryan,

\ milled :a i pounds of hydrated limn i iprevent to : living parts of the /fungus. There i ino it! / you think ho is any better Secretary Glass Warns Bond Holder, G. T. Touchstone, G. W. S. Ware, J.
-- I burning the plant foliage. Jt''' remedy for the disease after It I{ Than some other mother's Tom or To Keep Bonds: Or Sell Only To A. Coleman, E. B. Johns, W. J. Nettles

A curcular letter issued by G. Illerringlon .. : the vines arc sprayed regularly with i' upfienfH in the field, i i.s the warnin Jim? Some Reputable Bank Or W. R. Williams, Mrs. 1. H. Willis

State boys' club ages Kiirdeatix mixture for I.light or other sent out by 11. E. Stevens of the Unveisity Trust CompanyThe i Dr. K. L. Biggs, E. P. Johnson,

has \been sent to all club boys tulvising ', (fjngus diseases. us they should In(', i / oFloriiJa/ experiment; static "You raised him up like a girl; : II. I'. Padgett, Eli Ricks. .

y them to begin preparations lit'' the nrsen'cnl may be' placed, in th<' The only sure way to avoid;, tho dmcafl He don't sinoko or drink is your firmer-or :.ny other American ;

once fot u big crup this year It wall, I[ )Bordeaux, in which case' the lime i iomitted. Is H to plant seed that are known to I be brag, citizen--who desires, to !get rich quick IUK BEST COUGH: :MEDICINE

a, suggested that ene-h boy break his free from anthracnose. If all the rest of the boys were liI.e Is offered plenty! of opportunity these When n druggist finds that his customers '

? ]and now and) be ready for plnntin Old seed will offer the most reliabl! him days to accumulate stock In every I all speak well of a certain ;

y when the proper time nrrivcs. <;KT: I-\--; "; FOK SPKAYI.MHUSH I source* of seed free from the eiscus..'. What would become of our flag? thing from Oklahoma oil to African '.reparation. \lie forms a good opinion

Breaking Landr : POTATOES I. Seed between four and five years old, rubber There never were quite sc ,f it and when in need of such a medIcine -

The land should 1 1 be broken not I.ss I if they have been kept dry, will I be "You say, let the rough necks do the many agents going round helping I I is almost certain to use it himself .

r, than seven inches deep for good reo 'Ibis Is the Only. Way to Head e>f reasonably free from the fungus, anll fighting; others to make their fortunes over- and in his family. This is why so

y suits and all lands except where a ,\ the Blight. I should be planted in preference of ncw They are used to the beans and the night. Their prey Is the Liberty bonds many druggists use and recommend

w r red clay subsoil I is near the surfac ,' seed if such is not known to be free stew. held by almost every loyal citizen In Chamberlain's Cough Remedy! J. B.

.ft may be broken even deeper Early blight and;: late blight, are I from anthracnose. I am glad that I am clast with through the country. They do not ask for Jones, a well known druggist of Cub-

" On the small farm the two-horn two important diseases of Irish potntoes J -- necks money-they will swap anything for run, Ky., says, "I hove used Chamber-

i moldbourd plow la used in breakinj which should be controlled by ;NEW BULLETIN: ON SUGAR CAN] Who would fight for the Red, Whit bonds. lain's Cough Remedy in my family

Where thin implement is not available spraying the plants with freshly mad I and Blue Secretary of the Treasury Carter I for the past seven years, and have .
the club member is advised to put a Bordeaux mixture. The potato The acreage to sugar cane last year'' Glass has just Issued a statement !. found it to be the best cough medicine

' pair of horses or mules to the ont : should be given the first spraying was. the largest ever planted in Floi" i "You say his girl couldn't stand it warning the public against the unscrupulous I have ever known.-Adv.

,i. I horse breaker as it I is not practical i to when they are from four to six Inches I ids during any one year. As a result To send him off with the rest; persons who offer to trade

"I break land with one small animal. high; repeat the ijpruying' about once i thousands of gallons of syrup were', Don't you think she would be glad i If worthless stocks for Liberty bonds,, The Strong; Withstand the Winter
t'! Barnyard Manure ten days, more often if the I made last fall, and this has found a he enlisted and against those "sharks" who at Cold Better Than the Weak
every
:I. Barnyard manure it the best kinllII' weather is rainy and less frequent!; I ready sale at good prices. When she feels the German's ho tempt to persuade bondholders to part You must have Health; Strength and Endurance

of fertilizer for corn, and it tends I Iy to if the weather I is dry. Watch the I The acreage to sugar cane wil breath on her breast? with. their b. ..ds at a price far be. to fight Colds,Grip and Influenza.

y permanently build up the soil The, weather and try to spray before rail, doubtless be greatly increased this low par. Every business man knows 1!. When your blood Is not in a healthy ).
1 i is, enough barnyard manure waste essential for I The Extension Division of the with adjustment cf business condition and does not circulate properly,
I not after it. This is yecr. "Think of the women of Belgium; that an withstand the
II', rnnually on the average farm to f'n. Itost success of the spraying, because : College of Agriculture recently issued Of the cruelties they had to bear. conditions Liberty bonds will. be I I your Winter system cold.GROVE'S. is unable to

,< rich an acre or so of land It ghoul it aims to prevent diseases, not cure n bulletin on Sugar Cane, written Do you want the same thing to happen worth full face'value on the open market TASTELESS Chill TONIC
're, saved and, applied on the corn lam Spores of early and, late bligh I Ithrm. by Prof. A. P. Spencer. This bulletin To your innocent daughter so fair? and nobody should sell a bond for I Colds
Fortifies the System Against Grip
I ns it will usually give better result during rainy weather sprout and pen : discusses not only the prepare less than Its foil' value except In ease I and Inlluenza by Purifying and Enrichingthe

.-- with corn than other crops etinte plant tissues in a short time, lion of the land, planting and growin, "You can thank God that the stars i In< of absolute necessity. EyeD then he Blood.It .

..." It matters little what method i iw i and then spraying cannot kill thee the crop, but discusses the proper : Old Glory should take It to a reputable bank, contains the well-known: tonic prop

used in applying manure if it is even parasites., But if the plants were method of making the syrup.A i Are not blurred by that kind of consult a banker In whom h. has con erties of Quinine and Iron in a form

r ly distributed over the land. The manure sprayed before rains; then tho ,..puresprouting '' : copy of the bulletin will be sent stains, fldenre, and take his advlc Usually 'I acceptable to the most delicate stomach

spreader is of course to be preferred over n film cf Bordeau' free to the farmers of Florida if they; Because there are ten milion roughnecks It Is possible to borrow money on Strengthening\ take. You can soon feel

F ns it saves labor and does thi P1. tUl'e dissolve some .>f it and tlmi make a request for same. Liberty bonds at a low rate of interest Its ,Invigorating Effect. 60c

work thoroly, but if such machiner; are killed! before they penetrate int I -- That have red blood in their veins, The Interest coupons will pay a large :
is not at hand, the manure is generally the plant tissues. I KEEP THINGS: GOING part of this, making the loan cost the ,

'/ hauled out and thrown from the Spray the plants when they are dry I "They go to drill in bad weather bond-owner very little, and be will still I

wagon with forks and shovels. Tw< Bordeaux mixture if allowed to dry, I Poultry keepers have to keep everlastingly -' And come in with a grit on their retain ownership In his bonds.

t men can work well on one wagon on the foilagc will stick to it wel1! at it. Dr. N. W. Sanbom,'I face- The Treasury Department is taking an

Manure may be applied before or and will\ not be washed off, even bj, extension poultry husbandman at the While your darling Bits in the parlor .Yfiry possible step to protect the Interests s

4 lifter breaking. If there is not a disk heavy rains. Repetition of the spraying State University says: And lets another man fight in hi:" of Liberty bond owners and

harrow on the farm it i is advisable to< is needed only to coxer with fungi Many people think that because place. expects to bring to Justice those persons PfflHPPCOFFEES

apply the manure before breaking all cide the new growth which was pro they paid, attention to detail and "Go who !seek! to defraud patriotic

it will be well mixed with the soi eluced after the preceding sprayingThe things going" lust year they don'' "Sl.iybe: we do smoke and gamble Americans of their Investments.TELEGRAPH'S .
when broken. If I the disk harrow i is ..---- -
\ work is neither troublesome nor need to bother so much this season Hut we fight as our forefathers did: HONOR; ROLL FOR -
,r{ available, the manure may be applie< too expensive if the grower is equip This is a big mistake. The real re So go warm the milk for his bottle; JANUARYMrs.

after breaking and mixed with the ped with a good type force sprayerand suits this were caused by you: Thank God, we don't need your kid
;(.. soil with the disk With! year
, immediately : in readiness foi .
has
.'' broker, everything attention to details last year. For in : Ii"V.. Raiford, F. A. Andrews,
: this method. the land should be 'the work. PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING .Best By Every Test
stance in the "Early Hatching" program ,.
W. Mrs. E. T.
not later than February as the nui"un For the best results, Bordeaux mix .I. G. Weeks, O. Dyal, '
I' -nnd next year will depend on 0 T. Nelson, J. H.
will beat results when appliei King, S B Cason,
give ture uhrtuld l be> applied in the form of R would advise once Public Health Nursing is one of the
this year so we J. :M. Mitchell,
G. C.
Ritch Livingston,
,
early.As. obtainable when, features with which the RedCr08s
fine mist which is principal
; of more "Hatch Early". Those baby; G. II. Bennett, W. S. Bryant, S. L. TRY IT! SUBSTITUTE
small a quantity ns two tons the spraying is done under at least 121, be looked after. Ask will concern itself during the ,
chicks, too, must I Reddish R. F. Harden,
Drew ,
Prescott
manure per acre will be helpful, bit of future. The need for this has beer NASTY CALOMEL
pounds pressure your county Agent or Home Demonstration J.1.: Alvarez, W. II. Nettles, P. J. J.Keri'e FOR
be used 01
profitably
ten tons
.
the
e may _.. "Firs strongly emphasized by casualty;
? ---- ------ Agent for circular on J. J. Black-
C. ,
Jorgenson
moat soils. THUMPS: IN PIGS list from the epidemic of InfluenzA Peter
Seed Corn Care of-Baby Chicks".-, I which took its toll of 310,000 lives ir welder R. J. Andrews, Mrs. MarcoGlover Starts your Liver Without Making -

P All ('ornub\ boys who selected are Spasms of the diaphragm I is u con. THE GOVERNMENTMUST; : : the: United States as well as by the N. T. King, D.T.W.Fortner Manning Dr., Ycu: Sick and Cannot -
Dr. B.
John Prevatt
from their plat last fall an,1 fact that there numbers or ,
corn dition produced in pigs that are overfed ADVERTISE %ere vast
G. W. Brown S. F. Morgan, W. Jones, Salivate.
have kept it free from weevils wil or which are too long continued 01an rejections for the draft army because ,
realize big, proft from the al1\ount of what termed T..1. Dekle W. A. Werts, !Mrs. A.
is
u feed and preventable physi
over-rich Indigestible ,
Times reproduces an
The Tampa in town- drug-
Steinecker F. M. Norman, A. Hercules Every druggist your
,
have done in getting,
of work they cal defects and also by the astonishIng
veterinarian at the -
,' seed Dr. John Spencer, advertisement that the railroad administration S. V. Dubose W. I D. Dukes, Jr., W "8t and everybody's druggist has noticed
this corn. College of Agriculture, Bays thai is runn'ng: in Northern results of examinations of larg( E. Yarborough E. B. Bielling, W. N. { a great falling off in the sale
who does not have im ,
I Every one numbers of children of school ii
should be familiar will
swine owners papers advertising Florida winter resorts age Lindsey, A. S. Strickland, Stephen De- of calomel. They all give the same
proved seed should buy some improved of the dispose! andshould areas surrounding the cantonments.In .
the wonders
symptoms The Times editorially Dodson' Liver Tone is taking
A. J. Jackson, reason.
A. Browning
Sue W. ,
seed, if possible in hill own lo' the of the of influenza ,
grown the of case epidemic
know
also measures con this of heart. Simble!
change its
why Rosier place.
have addresses Mrs. J. B. Whitehead, W. R. ,
The agents -
county that
cality. who trol.The I Even the government cannot do bus!- it is scientifically stated Delia Taylor, Robert E. Cochran, J. I "Calomel is dangerous and people
and farmers
sped
of men disease is characterized by ar ness without advertising. The day of the deaths could have been materially W. Addison, D. B. !McNeal. D. B. know it, while Dodion's Liver Tone !is
have good seed corn for sale. decreased in number had there beer
of the flanks which .
Wilson Mclnnie at Work unusual jerking free advertising is past and something Browning, W. H. Andrews, Jr., :M. J. perfectly safe and gives better results
club are out of harmony with regular I had to be done to counteract adequate nursing care, especially in McRae, Dr. A. E. Russell, J. F. Gay, ," raid. a prominent local druggist
Wilson Mclnnie, a corn boy; breathing. It I is aggravated by exercise . of the in lambastIng the rural districts.In Liver Tone is
the influence press I. N. Starling, J. V. Jones, C. A. I ; I'ojson's person
north of Alachua i Is
miles :
living four when the) stomach Is overloaded, the railroads for delays, poor service order that the country may not Futch. R. T. Osteen, Silas Kite J. F..I guaranteed; by every druggist who
plowing every day on a large plantation and in cases which do not prove fatalla high rates and insolence ol !, again he found in this condition of Conway, Ill G. Mason, F. F. Stump, sells It A large bottle costs 50 cents,
with Moline! tractor. Wilsoiis
old but hall I usually followed by a period of un- ome of the employees. All this caused unpreparedness to do battle with disease R. R. Prevatt, II. S. Long, Sam Croft, I and if It fails to give easy relief In
only twelve years thriftlness. The mortality in young to travel less frequently, the Red Cross has begun a nation of liver sluggishness and
people L. S. Dekl", It. A. Brannen, E. A.Kencdy very case
learned to put into practice on a large however (Is rather high when wide campaign to promote measures -
I pigs, As a war emergency the press volunteered James T. Bar"es. B. D. Kel- constipation: you have only to ask for
scale the lessons he learned as a corn is removed. for protecting the public health..
for the exciting cause not to give oceans of space to Liberty ley. S-IYI; Dukes. F.. Waters Mrs. W. four money back.
He is
another -
dub preparing
boy. demonstration in the corn In the management of thumps, the Loans and made these tremendous As an important channel to disseminate II. "-t' ,r th. .1. !r. Norman N. A. Weeks, I IJodson's Liver Ton Is a pleasanta'ting -

club good cause should be promptly sought and loans possible. As the government quickly an understanding and a :V D. Andrews, C. C. Cowart, G. C. purely vegetable remedy,

--.-- removed. Continuous feeding on one has millions to expend on every practical aplication of public health Triggers, Henry Bown. J. B. Brown, armless to both children and adults

P'""stS: SPOIL CUCUMBERS: IITVof feed should he substituted by I hing from posters to wooden boats,, neasures the Department of Nursingf 8. I). Dukes. A. L. Roberts, E. C. fnkf a spoonful at night and wake
u nixed diet. Animals should be coniincd it is very possible! that the government the Red! Cross has arrang.with! -cott.. Earl: Dukes :Mrs Edna Gre-, ip feeling fine; no biliousness, sick

Will I'rove :Mont EllectlvuAgainst : tii quiet sanitary quarter .1, whore will have to do some advertising the various Chatauquas to place a '. I,. Douglass, O. W. :Maine. J. C. lendnche, acid stomach or constipated
Trap Crops available. The Fifth Loan. The has [uhlic Health Nurse in the daily towels. It doesn't gripe or causenconvenience
water is "or
the Pent pure drinking the press .limns, J. J. Hanks, C.1.: McKinney: ,
feed should I'o restricted ii: ,mluntan,1 flayed+ goat to the limit of endurance.I rams of their circuits. 1'1'0-1 E:. J. King, S. M. Driggers, II. C. all the next day like

the laxative in character. A laxul! '* I Clearwater Sun. I The Rndclif'e Chntnuqua, (' " M. II. Hunt. W. O. Brooks, iolent calomel Take a dose of calomel -
Either the melon
worm or I 'overii-g the state of Florida feel
dose of castor oil will nssiit In I j- I today and tomorrow you will
pickle worm, or both, may Either mine will the moving the exciting cause of the The matter of keeping the "record six: weeks tour, giving programs in The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head3rauvt weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose

cucumbers and melons. spasms., Cool, shady quarters also assist ock" in the club work is of vtnlmportnnce. ; smaller cities of the state includes two of Its tame nnfl lax*1vo rrr'C!. LAXATIVE a i day's work I Take Dodson's Liver
do considerable damage. The easiest in restoring health. It is an almost invariable Hell Cross nurses in its circuits who : 11ROVO OLI.NINE;." lab li) can ho t ,)"n Pone instead and feel fine, full of vigor

i and most successful preventive for -.-- ,iile that a well kept record book will vill give six lectures a week for the \by n 'nyintf. i ->!without. L.\". ,.rnunlnJ.Hovp nr"n"onr.j.>, .\ ae md ambition. '14-5 H
both of these worms is a trap crop, (ntire time. These nurses are Miss
MAisEM G.\UIKN successful club member.
TIME: TO < ]eud to a I
For this purpose, f. R. Watson of the ._ _ __ _. ._ __ _ __ u. ._ Frances Maltby and Miss Edith Benn 1
University of Florida experiment station It is never too late to make n pur- who will speak on the subject of pubic
advises the planting of one row talks ,
Jon in Florida, says C. K. McQuarrieof health nursing, their being EYES SCIENTIFICALLY EXAMINEDWe
of early summer or crook-necked .ntitled "A record and Prophecy.."
of Florida extension
squash for every five or ten rows ol ilivision.the University But that does not mean Both are fully equipped by experience employ a Specialist (Registered Physician) to make examination. of your

cucumbers. The large blossoms and that just anything can be planted at md ability to give much practical Information and lit your glasses without extra cost to you-
t eyes
leaves, and the tender fruits of this It '
Helps in an interesting and at-
plant, are preferred by the moths to just| any time with promise! of a good + ractive manner. BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED

either cucumbers melons and most crop resulting Satisfaction Guaranteed
or
1 -- --- ------ Classes $5.00) and
There be doubt up.
of the eggs that hatch into melon or Just now is a good time to plant can no Colds Cause Orlp and Influenza
as to the merit of Cardui, CRYSTAL OPTICAL COMPANYFLORIDA
white globe turnips and
purple
top
will be laid the
pickle worms on
wotr.r.n's tonic in
the LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove the
squash.It white flesh rutabagas. Prepare the the tr:?:talent: of many UM.. Then II only ODe "Bromo Qulolat.! OFFICES
is a good plan to make several soil for these much as is done for ordinary troubles peculiar to Eo W.GROVE'S lUnatun on box. sea: SUITE 57.58 MUTUAL LIFE BLDG. j
havea garden crop, .raking the soil, ',le thousandsof JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
plantings of the squash so as to + women. - -- 23 MAIN STREET
succession of attractive blossoms scattering the fertilizer, raking it in, women who have been LEMONS MAKE SKIN Wnle for Free Booklet on Eye Strain t
and fruits to attract the moths. The and then planting the seed. helped t-y Cardul In the :
past 40 years, is conclusive WHITE SOFT AND CLEAR
first plantings should be made at the Mustard is the standard plant for R proof that It is a i

same time as that of the cucumbers,, greens and it can be planted in Feb. ; pood:: medicine; for women
with other plantings, at weekly Inter. ruary. Neither Is it too late for who suffer. It should Make This Beauty Lotion For ,, -

nals. These later plantings may be English peas if they are planted. right 3 help you, too. + \
in the missing hills. way The Gradus variety is the best A Few Cents and See For FARMING IMPLEMENTS & SUPPLIES

blossoms and for this planting. TakeCARDUI I
When the squash Yourself.
--- Improved Oliver and Brinkley Plow Also
offand Avery
I. :fruit become infested, pick them ., ,
I; destroy them. The quickest way LEARN PREVENTIVE MEASURESAny extra repairs for these plows. '
to the pests on the trap crop What girl or woman hasn't heard of ,
destroy
is to pull up and burn each lot of trap I grower who had crops troubled lemon juice to remove complexion Dixie Plows, Georgia Ratchet Plows, repairs, extra 1

plants as soon as, it has become thoro with diseases or infect pests last blemishes; to whiten the skin and to handles and beams.

ly Infested and before the worms have I fear will find it advisable to write bring out the roses, the freshness and Tooth Shovel Tooth and Fowler
Peg i iI
attained full size. If this is neglected, the Experiment Station, University he hidden beauty? But lemon juice Riding, Spring ,

the trap crop is useless. >f Florida Gainesville, for assistance Woman's Tonic alone is acid, therefore irritating, and I Cultivators. Also Weeders, Disc Harrows and !
The ,
+ should be mixed with orchard white
When the grower is thru picking in determining preventive measureso Stalk Cutters.
vines with ; use this year. Preventive measures his way. Strain through a fine cloth I'
1 fallen his cucumber leaves and crop other, the refuse, ,should I for many of the diseases must betaken Mr*. N. E. Varner, of he juice of two fresh lemons into a Sweeps, Scooters, Opening Plows: Turn Blades,
Tenn.
,+ be destroyed, and the land plowed as i before the disease appears. Its "Hlxson 1 was paisisp, through: I ottje containing about three ouncesf Readymade Heels for Grasshopper.
orchard white then shake well and
practiable. The plowing will : often too late after the disease be- the . My back and > ,
Boon as Traces Bridles Plow Lines Single Trees
not only turn under the vines and stop Ijllnll work. Community cooperation sides were terrible: and you have a whole quarter pint of skin i Hames, ,

the! breeding of Insects, but will also Is usually necessary in the control of + my suffering Indescribable. md complexion lotion at about the : : Collars, Collar Pads, Steel and Leather Hamestrings,
kill most of those that have already diseases and pests so farmers should) I can't tell Just how cost one usually pays for a small jarof Padded and Old Style Back Bands. y
where I hurt about
and
> ordinary cold cream. Be sure to I
pupated. Wormy fruit, however other, work together all over, I think . I train the lemon juice so no pulp gets I Hoes of All Kinds, Shovels, Pitchforks, Rakes. AVery
in - -
should be destroyed some began'Ir PLANT[ DISEASE-FREE COTTON Assortment, of Each.
feeding tohogs. less and less Large
manner, as by burning or pains grew main and fresh for months. When I
pure
Also, if practicable be, cucumbers Cotton growers anxious to avoid remarkably until I was cured.strong for I 11m a ipplied daily to the face, neck arms, When in Town see my Farmer's Supply Show

the or melons land should two not years planted in succes on lOlls from cotton anthracnose should :1woman: 64 years cl ale: ". m mil hands it should help to bleach, i Window, a Display of Farming Goods Only.
same lear smoothen and beautify the skin.
overlook the Importance of plant- I do all my housework. ,
lot disease. An- Try Cardui, today. E-78 Any druggist will supply three ounces DeWITT C. JONES
this
aion.The seed free from
melon can be controlled 1ngo I of orchard white at little cost I . .
very
arsenical but this treat hracnose: Is a destructive fungus dis- I STARKE . . FLORIDA
by an spray L + and your grower has the lem-
the +
ment is not effective for the pickle (see that may destroy greater I
Adv. ((99) ,
ns.- ------ --
the If it gets start
of a
worm. For spraying, use 3 pounds part crop











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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1919. BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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.r.." '- years. win thr allfKatloni of ORlet bill will b. tahiti
tosIwEMATERIAL .x: I UN rtinfi-MHvd. by' Maid Jt'fFndanl..
Therefore, it is ordered that each of
; ; i: It in further ordiTvd that th.. order' o. pub
Through theLooking ; the said defendants do appear to the lintud.oncv a ...-.k for rlxht conaneiillw "' *.>.k.'n .
bill of complaint filed herein on or before th llradford C'ounty' lidi-icraph, a nvwcpa
lu>r unblmhrd in nalil County and Hlat.
County News Item Monday, the 7th day of April rhln lanuary 2..th, 1U19
Negligees May Easily Be Made 3 Glass iI I lull and that this order be published VV '1'. WEEKS.
'_ Clerk' Circuit
Court.
From Remnants.. once n week for eight consecutiveweeks It. A. WEEKS: .
In the Bradford County Telegraph ,lSnl) Pi'puly. Clerk.'
!| EVELYN NESBIT
g By IsUr.stbtf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our |fe* u newspaper of general circulation .ji-rtjrcti.:Solicitor for Complainant. l-91-8t.

Discarded Evening Gown Also Offer Y'li'I\'II\", ' Regular Correspondents. 1 % published in Bradford county, -

Excellent Materials for the Path- Why does the farmer no longer dig Florida. NOTICB .1

lonlng of Such Garments. up his fields with a spade? Why does Witness my hand and official! III'RI: Notlrr !I. hurt.by iti\t that the followIng dtf .
builder no p-- of said court this the 7th day of February ..rlbi.l Innil will b. ..tti| at piiblio auction on

the i 1i TO CORRESPONDENTS. new and Misses Ethel and Mabel Byrd< A. D. th. t"l..t. Monility in March lllltl. It twin* th. \
When a few yards of material picked I |longer make hi? 1919.W. Rnl day of thy month .hi-fmr. the Courthoua.
.,I' own bricks of matter must be signed by the wri motored over to the Orange Grove T. WEEKS, 01.l ..,. at Siarkv, In Ilradforcl County, Slat of ..
up at a very low figure on a remnant 1 ter. Failure to do this will result Wednesday afternoon.V. ( Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Florida or ao much thprvof a* will b. nccvaary .
don'tlIVe .
counter can be turned Into a traw? Why to pay th. amount clue fur la,.. of lUll
walk from in the items not being published. R. Warren, of Brooker, and By R. A. WEEKS! hvrpln SeC opM>.lt. th. aamv, touvthfr with the
charming for home there
gown wear I Goat of such ..1.. ant .
to son, Harvey, who has been! stations Deputy Clerk advirtUinirUfvcrlptlon
to be for New York nf .
seems no excuse a woman i Land rh Nurthravt Quar
Washington BRADFORDBradford some where in France, was visiting EVERETT M. JOHNS, trr sail t:.., Half of Northwmt Quarter sal
disregarding the feelings of her own
relatives here Wednesday. Solicitor for Complainant. t Smith IMir. Sea. 22. Tp. 7. Kanut J. Aorra
family by wearing something that Is Why? Because Situ). Owner, i'aul llron. -Ta,.... and ('mimt.m,
unbecoming half worn or soiled. It we have Improved. Feb. 21.-Miss Blanch Edward Prevatt! and wife, of Tarnpa ----- --- tnrt.4rt. H. M. 1XJWLISO.

are too clever Andrea was the guest of her sister arrived hero Wednesday afternoon Notice of Guardian Sale 13161. Ta,< Cullisitor.MiSTEKS .
JJen
Is for her
so to
real easy a woman In these express of to waste their ut Pine Hill Friday and Saturday. with the body of their little son. Thirty days after date hereof I will

Individuality Items I Fred Huzen passed through her< Fred They stopped over! with his. apply to the h Honorable l Geo. A. Gardiner S'tl.E: .
.
In-time apparel that the temptation time and energy Ilvrrhy nolle I. .nl-on that. imili and b.
I pins by Thursday cnroute to Vorthington.C. brother Lacy untill Thursday morning county judge/ of Bradford county. virliii' < of that certain final d.'....... of for..-
making
to possess a number of them is strong 1111. for older sell rliMttnninili.' anil vntend, by tho I lf.in..l.. TVllln. .
M. Andreu visited in the Pine when the little body was taken to on to at privati
with the average really feminine type hand or splitting, \ .1 tiutut.t 110" Clrouit ('""ci, ..r llradfor!
1 rails! vfth an ;.is 11111 section Saturday. S to New Hope cemetery und laid to 511 It' the\ ouit-, ft ft ii *undivided i interest of ('.tly. I ltrlula. in chancery Sill ml us. on Jan-

of woman. i t:. \V. Edwards: > and wife were visiti I rebt. :Mr. and, :Mrs. Prevatt once livei Charles l Francis I Hunt minor heir of naiv :'xili, . |1111": i. I In fa\tir of C. M I'hlllip", nateniiilnltmnl
A of \\lcltlis of rich brocade he way Abraham anil iiuainnt J. ClI..rr I..
couple Lincoln (did. 1.1-. i r s Worthington Saturday. here and,, have u number of fril'n.I'4'ho 1'rank 1 licks I deceased, i in a nil to t Hit' I ltini\u mu...1 I l-' C :MilUr.m I ilefi-ndnntN, t llu> und*.fl.rHliMud -

may be transformed Into n lovely :Miss Cecil Unborn i is visiting \t synu luet; ilizi'" with them in their\ follow mi',, described\ lands situate j ami I 1 ni 1'1.1| Miidlrr will .rr'r for milr,
gown by the Dimple' process'" of cutting/ bor ""|11I1t maIlllHT.V .'oL I n nl S. ,ill Mill IKIII- \,. 4' snd beie.ivement.Rule being in Itradfoul, I ,'oluI I v. Fin, to-ivi t :
.
: friends relatives at High Sbring: I ,
and I > < ity I h"'lnR'h'r .1 l MCIbil
I lilts IK'en ., i iip i < In t ls'ni-uI.
nn opening In the ciMiter so that the < t" >t....., ,, V t tins,, week. I Julius' of t I lIa111l'ton.'a.I $ hen Southeast I ( nit,utor of NoithcnM, Quarter .t I,nun I ,IS" liirnl. hixirn ,.f nnli. >. nil Miindnv tile I
lead miiy be slipped\ through finishIng devised I ,I I t" release : ',i.l tHy' of Mnn-h .V I U. tell\ In tin. hlulnxli
this of Inen'H eiiei_lt.- fur .. "':' ......Jt'l.tl..I' :Mnlcum Hiirrcll was n visitor to Friday on hnKlm'lIs.I I and :N'',rt hen"l Quarter of Southeast .. ,.1 I I.. o. |MII. r for CIINI. I thu fnllituuitt. di" ...cribil .
m ntly, course ; catching Woithinjrton Thursday. II Henry I \\aid of Sampson City, QUIIItir" also .1 I acres on the E .. |Mii|'' rly tn-wll I liii. MIW mill I ...,.h.r nn.l "
the iiiiitcMlul lordlier) und'rn'nlh( the l I tillm.The: men who used to tnimi u niiinnfai'liln-d, tiy I tho MMitiliifi
side of Southwest 'br of Northeast Kiirlnilinr -
business, visitor here Friday.Linie Qua -
arms and l allowing the front nnd l back pound, out nulls,, \\lih n hummer and, ;Mis. C. 11. Nevvsom was the guest was a I VV'nrkit, Also on> vniilllv, one .hnlli.i1, enii
of her mother Thursday ami Friday !! Lane spent )pint of last vvccl t tin i't 'r. See. :'M i I Tp. 7, Range :2"! ;; r rtilnr .,tw, one ahlitKln machlnu one ,>du. jiimels", Unix Conned. to flu re us they turn nut one null In live IIJI nil t..M. are .
Kilvvarils: 1 is on the< ill Lake Butler with relatives. ami t the Southwest Quarter of Northwest 'u\n Htitvc fliivttiuumi" nnd All iithi r miichlnry I
;?Mis lieorRiu I I1 ,
will over u slip of soft chiffon or luce. tending/ nun'Mines Unit pmdute( thou ., SOul i>iitiiinifiit| .nn.,1 wltli that ctirtftinHIIW
Half of Nnitli-,
week.Mubrn I :Mrs. Win. Spniks and dauglitcGrueie Quailor iin.I't'st mill foriiHMlv I
sick i list this uiit'inltMl bv L cl. Uurrr "
Or two or three widths of chiffon( til frauds of mills In HIP tlu'o they couM
: llarrell I iiml, Iistt'r.IiM! : >i'' ; of Louise, was business' vi"I-1 west Qu.ntcr of Southwest Quarter' : and Incnli'd near New Uuvr. I'ioilIi., ''I
contrasting colors may) be bid one make one null by hand. Sec. :'t'J I 7 Range'2--also! tho I I'!: J C. l'OI'I'I.'f.I m ,.
Tp. !
:
:
beie ;
with In Industry. ( clw'PI'e visitors to \\'orthintonon / tors Thursday. I 1-31-DI. 81"lnl Milot,.. In CIusuitrry.OItImFIC .
Is
underneath So It everythIng
over the other the section Saturday. i .J....H'. and Bobbie. S II l'I'.1ll'Y. of Tainpu 'lhrec Quarters of Kast: I Half of South-
being full-figure longth the next That Is why the modern farmer can
A ...hl'lIinJ.t''n" given at thihome I wire \\ednoMlay and Thursday i a".t Quarter of Sec. :HJ I:!, Tp. 7, Ranges OK t'I"III.I'ATItIN
one a trifle shorter and so on, andNeglige cultivate thousands of acres of land peanut Mm1C. 2:2! l K:., containing in all 2il! I acres,, In rln-int' nnrt for .llrmlford. Ciiunly rlorIdn -
la the time he! used, to spend on bin. of Mr. urn) :Mm. T. II. KdwardsAmonpr : guests of heir patents, :Mr. and 1 in C'lmni-.>ry.Sterllnit .
those present WI'I'C11""I's: : I W. Surrency. more or loss. H. "I'ncv.. et nl. I Iv
tiny back jnrd ; why the builder can I Marvin: ,, I of Brooker I This 7th day of Feb. 11I9.I I J
Ihuen Was! I
Kdwards
Eva Ruby
L' construct bUjticrupers. Instead of little Cecil IMiorn.: II I Will Pile., ,t al. I
.. nnd travel from I'arrish Blanche Andreu Geneva I he-| (. Tuesday on business..Mr. W. C. HUNT.Guardian Mill fur Partition.To .
houses why wo Kdwnrds Ruth Ward : h and :Mrs. J. I II.) I Durst) left hen for Charles Francis Hunt Will Price and hi. wire. Mnrln frleo,
Klrrm I I
llarrell , '
New York to Washington In speedingexpress I Atliinlti.i liioivlii: III: I rire. I' liipiin| Uistrir a ;
trains. I Ruby Edwards Russie Ware antI lila I Tuesday for Odialamu where hey 2-7-51. Ion rrli-i1.. Illlipen. I.eorvlii: I l>:.I.i| I'rU-it,
.. . Illppin (itnruia.: I'...ri I'rli-e..
Kllppen tieorulu
Williams will look after business interests. -- -- -
\fl That I Is vv hy the women of today are Williams :Messrs.Tesley .l.iMtriie: I I.. %VVilhtinm M.II..u"h. 0.i mr. .
learning and thinking. Arthur* and Harry Kdvvnrds: George ;Misses Ktbel and ;Mabel Byrd mad< Notice of Guardian SaleNotice I via ; Mnv Melln' V ii lien,., hi n'n. deorula; s
I'arrish Jcnuel Ware Seelier EIi i I I u business trip to Staikv Thursday.Mr Is hereby! given that thirty Murie I I'''"...,.. Mi-Doitouuh I t.ni.ruin: ('nrriallnpne
,
Labor-saving, machinery has crept I' ,, M.'I)ummouh. (:ieoririii : ('lentiMitlim I I Pitpni -
Into the linine to make possible forevery wards :Muhru and !Malciim llnrrell : *. Will i I i Jones J and i niece, Florenctalkei days after date hereof on to-wit the -. \ld'.n.h.I I 1 1,.orKin Ida "Helli I.",.....,

leIsure bourn In whichto After s-hellinjj peanuts for awhile tincrowd .. ; \\ I ,tu was I ill I Hampton I 'Tuesday. 21th! day of )February! I 1)19!) I. the nil MclHiimiiKh. ( 0.,1.
woman del-signed. guardian for James Wasdm It appi'iti' ins" fiom Ilir Hworn liill, of compliiint -
:'II WilliId: unit I n. J. ns ; -
the dining <'SH'M'
to spacious '
read and study., Any woman who proceeded I In I Hie nhiive entitlid riliine Hint tlit*
i where delicious course in I Byrd; made a business trip' to Sampson \ OH'lIr'II cii lin i and, Mary Jan"nsilin nhoiii iimiivI, ilefendiinlii inch .an nun..I..I'nl" -
devices pea
avail herself If the new room u
does not ( .
,... ,.
of ml
\\ i minor I heirs of John IJ.I Wasilin Sinn ( I lorldii and Hint llm
Is ns foolish as the cl1rl'l'ntl'rwould hut candy was served. After supper, City. I 11.Hili. .me nf tai-h. of I h" mild, ., ilefenilnnln In lilt
be to cut down trees arid saw th,. crowd assembled in the parloiami I III'llIlcIc'lon.: of I Hampton I mas! iprofessional and,I Nancy \Va mimI, i n, deceased I I. will I 'In. .n. lulu Ton,, uliilid. rvnp..ctl\ely. and tllnt Ihu
.I. I I visitor here WednesdayK. I" apply to the Honorable" Geo. A, (;Gar utii of i in Ii of Hie Hiild id-fi. ndtinlM. I. oxer I Htnin
late hour. u
.
before ho until a .
them hand Into boards played games .
by of luinlvone i ytnnt eno ,pt :Mnrlfi lluprea,
Bet to \voik to build cottage. The guests" departed thanking/ I then ;M. I Powlinj.an"I I I d.-iutrliter-in-law i I diner.I i County I Judurc' ) of I DiadfordCounty I, I i 'HIM I *. lininie, C..Ii.mi..mine I IMipne Hint Ida
I I'la.' : for an order to sell at .Mi Mi. Ihipni" ., null nf whom In under. Ihu .
Mis I Cleone l I 1I.'IIIIJt.'n") I here Kri I KuC
I'ut a tireless coukt. Into jour kltch- most hvnrtily for the good times th'yhlld. I .IM.III\, "IH. y, HI-H.
piixate sale I the one-fointh, undivided
en. Make use of electricity the way day on business. ""Itieiifon. II I. mdinil' tlmt. inrh of th.
I'.ir 211 II'''. ta/.xie Surrency, of Tampa. interest each of said minors in ill., -ill.) Hi fi iKtnntH, do. apptar I.. time bill of cnniplniiit ;
flo In Industry, and I ,see, how much :Misses i Kvu: Kdwards: ( and Ruby .
men
following dcsciihcd,, lands 1 and being t I $ flliil I I In rein or more youvlll) lie nlile to accomplish ii: h accompanied I' I by Keelicr Kdwaril1iltinileil spent' lUll I t of last week here visitmvrelatives. ( I' ( lying trd .1... ..r Mnrrh. lulu, nnd hut thin order. Ira
cliiuch ;Miller Sund.iy. in Bradford: 1 county Fin.: to-vvit-: I l"nl,.t l ,.h,1 mmmum.,. a \\ek for four uiinmietitlvitin
less effort. (Jet Micuiiin cleaners : ut
with ', :Mrs i .\lrna and( I Dave I Hall I I :N'oilh'; I Half of Southeast Quarter of s-, h I the Iliinlfor'l ('nunly Ti ti uriiph. aluwNpuiitr
to nave jour backs (let an electric ;Miergii Kdvvnrds ami (children Suirency' I I ,, .of Kein nil I elri-ulnllon publliiliud In
washing machine to nave your 1 1.emnnd I Dan Fha Vu is, nccompanieil I of I Bradford\ spent the week-end hen Southeast C lIlIl't"I', ulso ono) acre" in I .hIm".it.I., l oiinly.* Morliln, .
I NoilheiiHt cur of .Southwest \\ II n..a I the Itinnirnhle. .1. TVllln. Hi.Judue .
kneading l Miss: ni.siebe (Jillespie; \ were the with relatives.Chesley Quarter .
hands for 1,111110l11I'lng.\ Stop hv of the mini c'lrcuit Court, ua w.dl ... my
dough nnd get u bread mixer. 1 lec- truest (,f J. V. Kilwards, >i Sund.iy.Miss KogR and wife i made I u I bust I of Southeast Quart and Southeast I liiiinl nnd nllicinl mnl, HM Ibo lerk, uf Hiu ita,dI .1I
to Gainesville: Saturday. Qimitcr of Southwest (Quarter, ec." 17, I "mm.rl. i iii. tli. 'Jnih' duty. ..r Jnnuiirv. I III I III.
trlc Irons power sewing machines I ; Blanche Andreu was the guest floss trill I W. I i. VYM-KM.;
were not Invented as a luxury. They of :Miss Cleorgiu; Edwards Sunday eve- : Wade Thomas was here Saturday Tp. 7, It. :21! K., containing in all 21 I 14.1.I Clerk Circuit Cmrt.U .
business, acres more or hess ,",''r..1. ('uiit.lv. |Inrlda..
are here to help women. Use them. on Its' IL.t.. Mil: ';KS.
fling.Messrs. :Mr. arid !\II'''. Percy Jones heft January ait!:I. iit.J. ).
Be an progressive' ns the blacksmithsand Dan nnd Arthur Edwards. I l-ll-lit: 'Deimty Clerk

the pin makers. I accompanied! by Misses Klsiebe Oil Tuesday! for LaCrosse where they A. J. McKINNKY; JR. ..- -- --.-- --- ---- -- ,

'I called to the bedkide of her 1-2 1-5t. Guardian.Notice NOTKKtn
nnd, Georgia Edwards> were
Iispie, Ruby
.. I Cmuily JinlKua, Couit: llnnlfor County
--- -- -- - -- -
and Blanche Andreu were out motoring ,in: ,'ami fat her, Mr. Jake Cuil. r'londM, .
FINISHING OFF THE EDGES Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Messrs. Oliver nnd Kdd:. Sparks anti : IN UK : KSTATR! OFJ. .
L Six months. after date hereof I willprt'lt'nt M. fl.c.a.mI.
C. M. Andreu was the guest Ray :?McKinney Monteocha, attended I H J: nJI.i CII. AilmlnlmraUir; of HMbatata
vouchers ami final
Machine Zigzag Stitching. Battlement of her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Newsom I church here Sunday.- my accountto I ; of J. M. l-uloh Hecvaied.I'Mtitiuniir." .
.
tho Ito,,. Geo. A. Gardiner County .
of Satin and Lao Effect, Ruffling or Plaiting Add at Pine Hill Sunday. Messrs. Roy Kalch Alva Suxtor V8llorritir
,
Judge of Bradford l Fla. and
to the Decoration.The : Mabra llarrell was in Worthington and Dewey Strickling were pleasnnl County, l-iili h antl. J. l-.l-lit.h. h..,lra
possibly a lace scarf topping the visitors here Friday' evening. ask for my final discharge as administrator I of J.It! !Fold Dfciaurd., and all Olh.ir .
Sunday afternoon. lenient Intiiretitcil. in th. ilattf' of j.
.
I of the estate of Roderick Baker r
whole. A charming robe d'lnterlor Is edges of things or rather the Babe Mann was the guest of C. M.Anuircu :Messrs.' Jas. Reynolds! and O. ..1Abernnthy alii, J. M. hutch Di"' canefl, ..

the The result.sketch shows a simple and way those edges: are finished make I Saturday evening. I were in Hampton Sunday This, deceased.21th: day of January 1919! I CITATION ufundanlM.. !

such a difference. This Is particularlytrue T. B. Edwards was in Worthington I afternoon. IO U Oil I. M .!< tt'I4.11' A NI> J F.I H'lf' 'IIMIIKS I
.1. H.
graceful negligee made of lavendersatin ICITCII I:l or/ J M I Mirrn I i>KKvmn.: : "
/: /: of bundles. And yet, when you Sunday evening., I ;Mr. anti ui ra. I H. 1I'r l'e anti daughter i
back laid 121fimo. Administrator. ANII A ii. nlllKK i I'l-:ItSONS: I IN I Kit-
with front and panels stop to consider how little real time Leonard Hallbrook and Mr. hancock Alma, left Sunday for Jacksonville I F.4'I.I'I I IN IIIK. :sraii.e: RAID J.

In large tuqks. An olil-fushlonecl lace and trouble It takes to add a row of was visiting in our community where they will visit relative -- I !M I t ,11'1', ( II. llh:<'ICASKIl, ii-KTIN: |: : :
shawl druped about the shoulders Notice TAKK: NllllCK. that 5, .1. Kutch a. admin.iHlrntiir .
broken stitches In groups of three as Sunday( afternoon. this week. Six months after date hereof I willpresent of ''h,. ental.. of .1. !M. P'sun ,, dia.vil.
completes the garment. Of course It compared. with the harming effectiveness l-'ny Andreu visited her sister this.. Rev. L. C. Smith filled his! appointment him HIM .lay nil. In Ihu ahovn entliled. ran*.
Is not essential thut a shawl be used, at Raiford Saturday and Sunday my vouchers and final account and' c,,""rt, n ,pet, t immi,. Ihe ohlect of whli'll iato ,

of the finished garment; the wonder week at Pine Hill. .. .
to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner: II tin Ninfhwmt tl.inrter of the North-
and. Instead of lace a brocade or a of It Is that more attention IHU"glvl'lI j. V. Edwards was a visitor to Worthinijton !Mr. anil Mrs. I R. I U. Jones and" sister, County Hint (junittr. nnd. thn .Sinittieartt" <|lllirter i..r
figured silk voile may be used for the !Maliel Byrd and 1 Harvey Warren .Judge of Bradford County, Fill. and I Hi. 4"1.1 tm-ot gnnrter of Heetlon !IJ. In Cownhlp -
to the "edges./ Sunday nfternnnGeorge nsk for my final discharge ns admin I I. H. K. -1 I I';""". ronlalnlmc. Nut ai-r<-a.morw .
coatee. Here are but a few of the IlvelythIng' Pnrrish visited, his motherin motoicd ov'r to I Hampton' Sunday. or h I...., I.-.. a um rip nil fi..'t wldi nitron
Discarded evening dresses often offer do duty us decoration Hill section Sunday. William Guerney; of :Monteoiha was i istratrix of this estate of J. F.. Barton I Im.. 1'iml:: .lde ..F I lu.. Holitlnilnt, I Quarter, In th me
that can the I'me
!
excellent materials for the fashioning I deceased.This '. ,...uiilv nf Ii rout lt.,..,. Slute: ,,f I i. lorliln, I.. paylibln
as well us finish : Machine: hemstitchIng (;. It. Colson and Walter Baxter here Saturday on business.Rev (. line by lh,, mild.. J. !M I'lltch. .il.fi.Hne. I,
of npJIIIgllrntt'ntll/: and regardless worked, zigzag/ hemstitching In iiiH.sed through here Sund.iy enronte W. T. :McGuire; of Pnlatka 21th dav of januin ry. 1911.! Hiiid, 'pioinity,, ' hn\lliu b...." fiwnid, I." I h",. III
of the fact that we are no | here EVELINA: BARTON, bin life I time. nnil' then, not ,heln* nu'Ticlenk
battlement, effect, rullllng or plaiting to Worthinirton.Misses filled I his regular appointment! l-21-nmo. pi nmnnl 'iMiipirly to pny iinld ,ilililrf" I It InHi.
advisable. Adminlstrutlx.oKitni .
longer at war, fabric wiving Is of net In white or color en.sy stitches, : Id. Williams and Russic Saturday and Sunday, delivering I i i three : ..n ,u.n-. I llrilir. Hint.,. the I defi.. ..., ..ntis.' 0..1 I
There Is of anitnineilinto --- - ---- , ,
prospect
no all .II'r Intiiixli.l' In tinenlaU of
nnd I I tinted i I I lyees. Ware attended, I the peanut shilling! at veiv" interesting sermons.Mrs. iiinoiiK
reduction In prices and III. l'l'IlIIl0'4in ' mild J !M I'ulih, .1..1. nun. ar to the pet I-
again It Is an easy matter to pencil off on T. H Edward"Ve.Inostiay: night : K.i : C. Williams* and ;Miss Wil- riniiill, ( unit. Hint. of FI..I"n.1,10'10' lion (1110,11..1", oil or lufoi.l ibm' Ird ilny ofVnrcl
until I'riince nnd Belgium are Hie ht'4ll1dlf'r I I to in our community and 1 I of .I lutlirlnl flrc'uil. llrn'lr..ril' founly' I In ChniiAlmil t.. A I Ii I'll', and .tm.'v rim.mae. I If any
able to produce textiles It Is not likely Irregular i line I for I .lohn Cone was visitmir flu It I I'aiker I Dave Broadway, II.... I'M.i'. why ...10'I p. till.., Hhi.ulil, not l t..>
follow ; and that Is perhaps' the veryeasiest. Sunday afternoon. lake: Butler were 1I"tH of Mrs. I. m'ry. MoMlllnn. urnlilid.. i nllii rwlwii the e...... will bo protiutfllnl..
that either. ;prices or supply will return tlnUh of all. lint the tinted 1 ,lllIrllIrrhl'e: nnd wife and children f!. (Harry, ('..mplain.n| iIn, in.. ill IIIHI. ..r lit.fllilltIt '
th'a
to normal. 'A I h i- fnrlltir t orilintl 5 that a copy" of
liicu 111111 net Idea Is (111110| the newest were the quests of It. J. Andreu :Mrs' Will Jones, and niece, Florence A S MoM linn. ,.i"di"r I I.e piildlHhvil, for fniir. lucceimlvr wi'i'knM

anti. must effective. I'.oth\ ure seen SaturllllY.; Walker and !Mrs. O. .1. Abernathy l>i>f.fn>lunt. m n.luiu I llti diile nd",..ii herein fur aintariinri | -
'] BRIEFThe fl nrinv ly nlfltlnvit 1II'.n..I..i. to thtt bill in I Hie ll.aflfoitl Ititinly TeliKraph. n
J FASHIONS usually dune In tiny tiny plaits. Truhy Willis was utendin to busitiess i- made II business trip to Hampton I'Vi- lit'I" IIPIH in I th> nlMixf-nlnli I eniiitn. that1. H. !II... ".'win-itmm-r'' inihlmhtd.. al Smim-kt. in milil county
Among thu*' tutuy studies, which ore through here Friday' and Sntur- Iny. Millin.I I lh. lit. .r'.n".nl hr.'Ii| nnmM I.n | nnd I :Stat oiu'i. n wtfk
?mu.r. ,|Il.nm| ..f tim :Slnli.' ..r h'Irluisumnul I li..ni m nnd ------ru-i. I thin, the I IIHh liny of Jan-
circular.
new fur ('nflt are alwujs 1'lf'II1111,1, I I pretty i nearly alWIIJH l.iy.Math There, will be a cemetery working 'Mini rMliJinf. .. IM unUnn' MI. I 1..1" r nr 'th" .".", y A. II lull
Cord. belts' of gold are being, worn. within I t the vogue/ come French \ :McKinney and I.um Hewitt its,.. ut tw-nty-.um.- II... It IH I her. r.,... ..rlu elVIS .V. D VRIMNlCn.i : .
mill Mouse at the alternating of C. M. Andreu ut :Mt. Sinai February 7th. Kvery: .I ,-iIliul\ nn. .1| i....n.r.I. il I. r,.n.luiu. !I... nn.lI .. nils t I 1"'fI..r. it. n'i hurl, County, Simile oft
Kvcnlng wraps' knots! worked In groups\ of three, sere the quests I liodv cordially i invited to attend. I I... I-, I.u.i.y. n ..>i..I. 1 lo. 'el" inI I,, II,. t.III.,fmnliilnl I l. ..I,, (IS. U)
: back. short nnd i long blanket :Mond.iy., I .,. III.? .1 In .... .1 >'.n.", .. ....1 ..r I I.. r..n M."- I 'I uimKI'P4.A .
The ovnl neckn appear on tiny girls' stitch long horizontal St itches interRI L. 1C. Oainey und wife were the 'ard of I hanks 'lay, the 7th day '"f April, A I II I lfll'! .HMT- I,tmr, ,,, S. rr I'ttltiiiner. l-IT-lt.

party frocks.A >ersd:! wltli squares or dots worked ihe guests. of :Mrs. C'. :M. AnlrpuIon: \"'(' wish to thank the Rood people

graceful negligee of peach blossom solid and the aforementioned" straight I/ lay. of; Graham; and the surrounding community .11 uu IOWIIIII.II.IIJC.IUltICJt.1Qr.IfA/II.IC.IUIC'IIIJCltJIIi,1: : : : ) ; :! : : ( >r>i :< u lt.t'( n II ii llllflDt4)tiltltlCichllfi1: ( : I

Hutln bus an odd 1 1
00<1.A 1. especially I l decorative. done ?II the slant, was visiting his sister :Mrs. C. :\1.1 efforts shown us! .during the sickness

gown of mauve tulle Is ornamented the stitches graduating or alternating Anlrt'u.Ionduy: and Tuesday. I und death of our dear !sister and

by u large orange rose at the In length.ADVANCED. C. U. Newsom was' visiting! in the i brother also the \Drs. Thomas Trilil Export Trade :

girdle.A ("Jrabam; section last week. I I l li. and Bishop who was so faithful,

perfect gown for woman In the SPRING STRAW HAT :Mrs. :Mattie Barr who underwent I Inn ver ready and willing to come amiIn f

thirties la of gold cloth veiled ',lth operation at Gainesville, is at home i until the lust sad hour came. There Latin si merit a )

block net.liluck and Retting along fine. is a place left vacant that can never

tulle Is often worn over gold! .A I O. W. Barry was Worthington 1 hut. filled. May: God; Mess( each and What Sells Here J Sells There

lace, making a simple but excellent / Ofl.< day last week. every one of you. !:.

evening gown. u Lawton Surrency passed through :Mr and :Mrs. It. N. Howling.) :Mrs. C.
ll Latin America will
: M.iritif.Klurrfi( wmlnng, lo market .i-ir | r The lonis-vviilsteil bodice\ of black Jet herr Sunday enroute Worthington II. Iob..rh.Ir: >i. Annm Johns! :Mrs.

starts many a frock of black velveton here he went to meet his. wife who N'ctn IIYIII.lillHes: :Minnie and Ida Le !.ncfltf.J r>y co'iiinunicatinK; wild our l.xport: [!urrau. \Ve can Dell /'

Its happy way. ins been in the Gainesville h() pitlii. Howling.) your goods ll.rout/li, ourNative

beautiful cape Is of sap visited his .. -- ------- -
A most Brinkley hayes parents --- -- - -

I phire-blue satin banded deeply with len' Sunday. i-- 4 Sales Representatives

old-blue broadcloth. Raymond :Miller was in Worthington + I. KG: ; ,\ I. :N fIT I I (' h.. 4 4

Handkerchief linen frocks for morn : Sunday C 4.A + + <*- + + 4's> 4V + + :g and Irnilf rcjnnecImns. I'uLltcily in Iwo liumrril! Latin American

tog wear In the for South decoration.have nothing but N. G. Hayes' was a visitor to Worthington Order of publication Newspapers arid Iwo liunijrrd. Salons (Molirn, I 'llIur,. liralrri. ) in

hemstitching A traveling costume of green velours Saturday evening. In Circuit Court for Bradford Coun- South and J Central America" will carry the limy cif, your product straight
; .. j i ir Wade; Harrell and family were vis-! ty.: Florida in Chancery.
baa a shawl collar of monkey fur and [Business Mm and Ccmnumeis of( these South
belt. W torn to the home of Mr. Frank Weeks Safronia Brymer, n widowComplainant. ; to time Merchant Buyers '
leather ,
silver-buckled ,
a .
Sunday. American" Counlnr

; " ,.: .1 Weeks visiting her cou- vs'landy t
Hattie was
. A Little Advice From a Buyer. ( .. -% last week. Brymer. et al... Co-operative Catalogues ,
. tin> Lucile Harrell
S Here Is what experience has taughtone .. Bill for Partition

buyer of coats and suits and (l v. v''C) '" "'"'_' :' GRAHAM- To McKinley Brymer. Chnstine Sanders \Ve are MM-tn}>\\mg our I 1919 I catalogue !pnnlrtj in die, |.mnu.iK I <- (.f the .
'
dresses : First, get that which Is becoming .1i:" ned 1 I'iah Skinner: members
frock : South} and] Central Amcrcan (f"pufAIU"[ .
for the really becoming Graham Feb. 21.-I. W. Pinholnter of the American Expeditionary. I

h never out of style. At least there U of fir Brooker was a business, visitor here Forces in France : / interestJ write, wire or call
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are always occasions when the becoming This model a winsome design, It upp"aririr, from the sworn lilll o' U
l I. :Monday.
garment can he worn. whether or navy blue pineapple straw, and Lee Roy Osteen of Brooker at- omplalnt in the abovo pntitlerl cause Export Division t

not It l l., this season's or last year's. cherry trimme4. I ended the funeral of little Woodrow that: the, above named defendants each ALLIED AMERICA ASSOCIATION

Seek the color that In most favorable ire non-resident.} of the United State? '1)(

to you and avoid the one that Is not New Touches In Embroidery.The Surrency here Tuesday. anti that the residence of each of thinid < 1 11i
W.Currency A.
especially IIU. no matter how smart newest thing In children's :. :Messrs. Odell made Abernathy business and trip R. to defendant Is as hereinbefore'I ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. gl I

you may think It appears. Then In dresses! are those trimmed In hand embroidery a itntfd and that the ag of enih of th. '

general. If you really must get the odd often In some figure or pic- .1'i 'tarke:Messri.Tuesday.Roy Kalch Linzie Lane q'i d..frri"1'1. over the '!<''" nf ..t ''t1 QlmmaClJcmD: mmmcmQlmmmammmromatmDCjCDQlIjjcnlllOJQt: ;

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f'RW.FE RUAltY 21, 1919.
ACE EIGIIT lUDf'OIl[) COUN'f TELEIL rIl, ST.tftKE. GLORIA -

p I -_. h ..- ,_. .-.-- .- -- -- . -- .--. .._ .. .- -- from the small UI"rg:1anove: cost

t' I rccheru' examining board at Lakt- ;\Id.uid. rwood she had sent Adelaide FJI I"nher only

I ty last week. Too home of Mr. and Mr, T.Shirley n. child, through; high school.)' The girl

;Marvin llu/.en made a business t ril. ;} was the scene of a w ..ldi"1l )hntl been In- many of Calvin's cldnsea,

J > Luke Butler Monday evening. 1! :-unduy afternoon, when their niet' '. c..A Pig Under and had grndunted at the same time.

County News Ite i'1 Dock Anderson, of St. Petersburuno : :' lies Rasa Norwood was: united in i the' Fence Hut he knew very little of her. He rememberer

: Thursday to bo with his mother ,oly bonds of matrimony to Mr. HI'n- the her chiefly as a defiant

f : J'II irs Lydia Anderson, who has. bee y McDavid, of this place. Miss Nor- ITVas'f ''bI l'k-PYI'11 thing In neat but out-tif-

riously ill. .od's home was in Crescent' City .\nol I date und) much turned and dnrned

Interesting Facts Gathered miring the Week by Our 1- ;.Mrs. W. S. Nubb went to Jackal ...visiting. relatives here she: rrwt By F. U. SWEET clothing. Such of the girls as noticed

II; Regular Correspondent ale Friday in response to a tulegruiioivcd Ir. McDiivid. G. W. Lewis, notllry ,Adilalde Eliza did It to rlillcule and

from her daughter, Mrsi 1 L mhlic. of this place, joined them to- (hike her angry. :Some'\ of the boy did

lurgun, the family being very Hid 1 ,',t her, tine' "om Ie. They liked to watch the i

C I .. "- ,- -- -... ...-- ith the flu. I Those present. were, Misses WiIIil' Copyright Syndicate by McClur) Newspaper [liliick eyes flash and) the angry feet

TO CofhlESPONDENTS-All\ new The. farmers in the Liiwtey aectiere .. Fred! Ilazen made a quick trip I IjilblnKton tl ilue Nabb, Inez Abernathy, Eunnla.in Is, til in p.
I their ground ready for ',. Thursday morning Pearl! L' wih, Clara and MiIn Cal looked down at his whet'lbnrrm Hut they ccmMu't ridicule, her from
the
getting I
matter must be signed by will rE'sull\vr Ito of a1kll1flf\ of liecrops. :Miss :Murray ;Malphurs wax. in. towr :, d 1 Cone, \leH.fO\I1II'S: L. L. Johns lIud "Stives me flue cost de' hiring! II her" (school. The girl literally fought her t
do this "
Failure ge: acreage
ter. to .. upping Tuesday afternoon .. T. O.iteen ; Messrs. Guy llnholstearl and wAgon," lie suld, "and I'm tryln way through! without n friend, and,

a' in the Items. rot being published. Miss. Rosemary Hull, of Jnckaoivillo Earl Dukes, of Dukes, was vUitiu I ': Lewis, Chester Andrea Prof. tu save all I can us I told yon. I've i it I .graduated! with aliinmt the highest honWs. -

LAWTEY is at the home of her aunt, :Mi-:- lends in this section Sunday ttftei I hep. Thomas, lien Crosby, P. :M.Ban worked bard *t something every vac After school she had nlwnys darted .

Annie Wall, suffering with a bad cm lon oot, L. L. Johns, Fred Ha/Hn ancl !on." :, away uhend. nf the others, going "

+ I C. II. demons left Thursday tOI url Lewis. I "1 know, And I've been nshnmeti ot across! IoU;; and' In the morning Intel

a 1{, Lnwtoy, Feb. 21.-!Mr. und I Mrs.visit(O., of the flu.Misses Eva. Futch and Loca Johns c. Petersburg. Their friends wislr< them a long anronperoiitf yon every vacation," she retorted.vowed *1.. slipped In just n' the last bell was ,
I
L. Anderson, of Jacksonville, life. / and again I'd stop "ptukI enabled her to escape much
visitors to Macclenriy Wedne...' School is progressing nicely and w( ugoJn ridging. It
i Lawtcy last week, spending a few/ J.I were ope to have a good month of nut,. Miss Glower, our county agent of ing to you. But you did so much beth of the rldlcjle. After graduating, she .
y days at the home of !Mr. and\ Mrs. day. h"lrI] In the high neNxtand *> ..
clubs tmme taking
friend of Carl Mosclr. "hool.I the poultry and community thon the other boys 'I disappeared In the way .
The :
much .
J. McLeod, their visit being very shocked many last week to learn of hi Elmer Osteen and little daughtei.ouise ''a meeting here'last Tuesday morn looked !so gentlemanly on the-pint 'no part In the Inter exercise or social ,

enjoyed. were Mr. Moselc of Plant City, have been spend I and the following mimes were enrnl U- form that I always overlooked) you farewells. Some of the gIrl. remarked ..
death from pneumonia. ; .
of last week
On Wednesday evening I ed I was really proud of thi way I voices, perhaps ashamedof
here for several g the last few days hare with rein : lapses. on If In low
yearns
,1, Grace M. F.. Sunday school held the was woods employed rider for the Godwin & Ha: vea. I I la Belle Crosby, President I you represented our class when wRriiclunted. things they hail said: or d ne. .
with the
"a annual election of officer roll Naval Stores Co, and was we Little :Misses Wynona Colson anillie I Jennie Maude Crosby, Vice Pres. Why don't you try and get. 1 Cnlvln hud "been too much- absorbed

j following result: Handall. I I known by the entire community wh / Mae Olliver, of Pine Hill, wen dent. I u gentlemanly position like Arthn I 'In hi? bonks tl* notice- much. In all !
D. "
Superintendent Inez Abernathy Secretary Bray and Andy Senrlcs hndti't spoken toAdelnldr
in their sympathy with the bireaved n our town shopping Wednesday.E. their schooling he
i' Assistant Superintendent-UudolpThodc. join family. :M. Anderson, accompanied by hi> I Pearl Shaw, Ella \Mae Hazen, Lei "Hecuune I feel Just: ns' gentlemenl I : Eliza' half' H dozen times-nor :

I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch decide rother, D. Anderson, spent Friday i il Mae: Andreu, Mann: Andreu, Elm betweenthe bnrrow bandies und I'n i 'for that matter, much 'more than with <.
Secretary-Charles Sapp. Shaw Lottie :Minnie Lee Cle hut Arthur does' at thi Louise who
to spend Valentine's day in the quit ake Butler. Gainey making twice I any of the girl except J
Moon '" .
Assistant Spcrptary-IJavid their home but they were no Henry McDnvid made a busincsi mona, Reba Brown, Rhoda Brown, Ona bank or Andy In. the real estate ofllce, had! a sect near him and walked HI '
of ,
own
"s+ Treasurer-Mrs. T..1. Terry I overlooked in the matter of gifts, fo i 'il i|) to Starke Friday afternoon. Rita Ward, Emma Chesser. he answered "In fret, I'n" offers' fur ns hear home on the erne sidewalk. '.1

Organist-Miss Joyce Terry. of St. Valentine searched R. W. and J. H. Surrency, of Gra Arthur's job before he took it. I fee ., As he trundled his wheelbarrow out ',

1'+ Home Department Supprintemlent- / the eagle eye and the happicripients am, passed through here. Thursday HAMPTON":\ my time with HIP future! beyond I I! through the edge :of the village where
they were
them out
Mrs. J. II. Moore. ______ I "
of I beautiful' gift in 1h nroute to Old Bradford. worth more then $7 a week to me. there were' more vacant lots! nod larger

i Cradle SUfl'rintenlcnt-'olrs: form of lovely a little baby ,boy, weiglinp Mrs. W. II. Harrell, of Old Bra Hampton, Feb. 21.-Little Charley I But It's so-common anti unlit gardens, a sudden, mild protesting 1

v Alfred Kvcnden. I 8Mi I/jnnio t is one of 1.1f.'y'K \f" ord, was in town shopping Thursda; Hunt, the two-year-old son of W. I C, nSfied she I! aged "And It's sure to squeal row directly/ front.

'" The Sunday School Committee appointed pounds.1 school teachers nnd c? corning Hunt has been suffering with pneumonia cut you from society. I'd rather go Into Hank wwfli and bushes grew nntstdp I

by the pastor to serve with' popular in this ;Mrs. P. M. Barefoot is spendin for several days. Ilia many the druic store for a soils with Arthur some of them nearly us high a* .

rr l the Sunday school board for the conference i gratulations are pouring upon art of this> week with relatives, wh friends are glad to know that he i Is or Andy on their emery thnn with you the fence. Calvin rnn his wheelbarrow \

F1d ,, year is as follows: happy couple.' school teachers association .re seriously sick at Plant City. better at this writing. I' on> twice oft much even though I- few moM feet, then stopped abruptly.

Charles Hess, George Heavers, 1\1 1'9.1 The county hold, their annual institut Dr. G. II. Carefoot, of Worthington James Studstill, of Jacksonville, visited might like you better, and you soul A path bud bl'enworD through theweeds j.\j.It

Catherine Terre, Mrs. J. J, Mcltood. I will schoolhouse on Saturday mule a business trip near here Wed his parents here last Sunday. He make a better appearance If you would to the fence, and crouching In

Three Methodist minute men took] I in the Lawtey commencing immediately icsday. was accompanied by his aunt, Mr! Why, I'm beginning to hear you spoken the path, straining back, her feet ..'

part In the services at Grace !M. 1 E. after morning the arrival, of the northbou'n. :'011'81[ L. T. Osteen, who has been 01 M. J. Studstill, Mr. Dees and MisOl' of as Cal Cabbages' It's horrid!" braced against a mil was Adelaide '

church Sunday. They were Messrs 10:30. Severn .he sick list is able to be out again Mary-Vel's, of Jacksonville.The I Cal shook his head' with a sinlle. Eliza her two hands clutching the hind .'

J. J. McLeod!, Chas. Hess and J. Ii D.) train, due here the at Gainesville: University 'I Mrs T C. Ilazen is on the sick lis many friends of Mrs. I. Pries I "I like It." he declared. "It tells I'nr legs of a pig. The rest of the Rot was ,

Kundnll. If the future of the local speakers! from that trair .his week. are glad'to know that she is out again doing something. 1 hire a big dele beyond the fence, and! he was ,haggling t

( centenary movement can be judged hy; I will arrive on about The reunion of Mr. John Colson wa after having been confined to her hed< that seems exactly milted to rnhbnges! nnd squealing with all hi* force .
will be served at one
( the spirit of these three men the sue Luncheon and friends will be held on Tuesday of last week and wa: for several days.M. I At CnKln's appearance the girt twitted ..

b, cess of the Lawtey campaign is aI-I o'clock. Parents these lectures. Profes poorly attended, on account of the bat J. Green, son and daughter: Ralpl' a her neck to look at him.

ready assured. welcomed to hfe best I to roads, sickness. Only a few of the and Gladys, visited Hampton Sunday; "0 sir knight.; she cried, with :
Blackburn is doing '
h Mrs. P. I.. Dinkina and little daul/h-I: Hor to all children were able to be present.. J IV. Hendrick, pastor of the M. E. mock piteousness "come to the help ofa o.
sessions interesting
2 ter, who have been hero on a ; make these Jennie Maude Crosby spent Thursday church, preached two very interesting I : poor distressed maid. I.CBA't hold

visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chai I comers.Misse. Loca Johnso with her little niece, Edyth Jew sermons here Sunday. We are glad I 9' 1i1 on and) I daren't let got"
: ? Eva Futch and !
jrc' Dinkins, are expected to return to have proved themselves to be heroine pi I, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. to have Bro. Hendrix with u* thi Cal dropped the barrow handle and

their home in Jacksonville tomorrow I II Eubanks.I. 3 year< and we give him a special welcome !J hurried to the fence. :
; of the bravest type. The necessitY;
A loyal citizen, nephew of Mrs. A. L. Eubanks made a trip fo the to our town. . "
lof important mission the other day; "What shall I do? he asked.
an .
M. Blanchard, in the person of Clar-I county seat one day this week. Dr. W. E. Middleton our able physician
1 led' them to volunteer their service MI "I don't know. It's our pliHe'.
of the
Jacksonville < business i in
once McLood l, of Mr. and, Mrs. Eugene: Surrency and was transacting
I to: sit in borrowed buggy: and drive a I been through this hole Into Mr. Witt'
u
U. S. Marines, has been spending i a children of Jacksonville who have Jacksonville Friday. W
.
.
,
. he'd kill
'i mule over rough roads< a .. twice. Mr. Witt !swore
the fractious : gnrden
1'i' few happy days as a visitor at been visiting relatives here, returnee All members of the Baptist churcl' c.. : t
All thi : Ir the
long distance into the country. him and sue mother for damages ,
I to meet ut the church -- 5
home lire requested
Blanchard leagui I, they: did and did so well that they returned to: their home Thursday. I ... : g.1. ; ; ... third time. This Is It. I chased and
There will be an interesting scratch an.1I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tracy, of Norfolk next Sunday morning at 9:30: a. m. I i I \ the critical moment.
suffering at'
without a aught piggy
Grace i i
Sunday evening in < Our school is progressing nicely un
next :
service Va. relatives hen
visiting
the mule are I Now what
with everything intact, even Ii He Isn't all la the /garden
M. F.. church at 7:30.: One importannumber I this week ler the able management of Prof. L'I ),"i.v ;
the four legs with which he I shall 1 tlo, Solomon of the books? He'
had same
the inBtullutiou
r the will be \. Green and Miss Eva Williams. Wi '
on program I Messrs. Luciun and Marvin haze 1:; j
The of their missioiwas l1.- to It we cut him In
invited. started. purpose too heavy carry
of officers. Everybody; ire glad to see the children in school .
I to carry to her home their aunt were the. guests of friends in Lake gain 'UtI.... (.In]( two there'll be only half to gtve mother
Butler[ Sunday aftem.'n.Collie 'A' I I I } other half will eAt the
the
i i III Mrs. Britt } while
"
interesting service Miss: Mamie Scott of Alachua was: .
,
An unusually Weeks of Sa-ta Fe', wan i ir .di 1
.
i in Mrs George Cousins, after an nbHence : -... !iJl Burden and bring a suit for damage
morning -
of Lulu Scott Saturday 4fjfl
anticipated for Sunday : town: Sunday afternoon. a guest :Miss May ,, "
of several is once agai Lt Think up something
M. E. church. The service i i is years and Sunday.A r r
Grace Roland Anderson of Jacksonville '
being specially planned for the benefit a visitor< in Lawtey, here for an indcfi was in our town Monday, : afternoon. very enjoyable pound party was .? "No need. Got It In my pocket

of the men, but the women, of nite stay. Tom Baxter, of Jacksonville spent dven at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stt. t.. .. laughwd i I Cal a& he vaulted the fence.
"
"
will be welcomed. There will Mrs. Enoch Grime accompanied by; I. Price last Friday evening. Those / . "'hat part?
course, Monday here with relatives '
1 men's choir and the pastor, Rev her two children, left the other day for present report a good time. '. h ,-,,, I "Jtmt to jour left*-thrni* cabbage.
be a Miss Anna Rimes of Baldwin, spent
O/.ellu where they will visit relatives '" ; ; See there's halt eater He'll go
specie .. one
+ Alfred Evenden, will have a the week-entj here with friends. Vivian Saxon, who has been visiting ..
"
t message for men entitled, "The Ma: probably remaining away about two Mrs. W. Pinholster and daughter. i clatives and friends at Anthony,, re- V ,/ straight to that. It's piggy' nature.
1 the definition of i a weeks. urned to his home here Monday. ; Cal drew a package from Ms pocket
of thel Hour, or, Miss. Mamie, of Pine Hill, spent Sunday 9' ..
man. The sermon will be illustrate I Rev. Alfred Evenden was In Jacksonville here with relatives.A. Clyde Mullady, who has been in Ma;: .. d..' ... '-1:1 Jiif" and bent over the cabbage* bead for a

and every man in town ought to be yesterday on business in connection A. Ilazen made a trip to Lake ianna several weeks, ia visiting his; .. .. ; ,moment. As he ventured< back over
churc!
of his
will at 11 with the work Mr. and Mrs. J. this Road. the fence he sneezed
present. Service commence Butler Sunday night parents, Mullady, ; Sped Down the
church will be and the great Methodist centenary : veek. "Now let him 1(01" he said
the
o'clock sharp and Mrs. E. B. Andreu Jr. Is illat .
mission movement.Mrs. very They've been yielding crest for m Adelaide Eliza looked up at him
:Messrs. Jack and Rawley Scottenf
thoroughly heated [ Laura H. Whitehead this writing, but her many friends: the: past three jrenrs. Maybe rye questlonlngly. Sb. was accustomed to e
return
who recently > Gainesville, were visiting llamptorSaturday.
Geo. Stokes, I Laura wish her a speedy recovery. sarnetl the name of 'Cal Cabbages. I'dlike ,. .
months with Concerning the death of Mrs. I tricks.' But Cal had never played her .
from n stay of several B. Whitehead announced in these col f). W. Hazen. who was on the sick to think so. But the next work one. Of all the schoolboy he was the
sick
was taken Mrs. J. II. Tolbert, one of our sue-
relatives in Tampa, list last week is better at this writ will be even worse from your point olview.
that Mrs. confidence.
and confined to his bed : umns last week, we learn >! essful merchants, has purchased anew ,only one! In whom she felt
last week was
Whitehead had been a silent sufferer ng. Tve told you about Mr. hatch,, But the Issue wlttt the pig was critical."Poison .
On going to pres s i line of groceries and is also plan 1
for several days. who underwent
time suffering with uncomplaining Mrs L. F. Surrency, the coal dealer, who wants a strong ?" she said, doubtfully"damages -
for long
that he is now on the road to< u ninlC to handle a stock of millinery
learn Gainesville\ is home
we silence for many month nn operation at young' ; fellow to go Into the business ?"

recovery.' I from incurable inward cancerou Her many relatives and friends are roods. .withhim,' to shoulder some of the "Neither. Let him go."
an
Sunday evening the Epworth Leagu: glad to see her back. heavier work and responsibility. Ill"
growth which dread disease finallyconquered ; She refemed her grasp. Cat caught
held its annual election of officers am Luther flaxen spent Saturday in RISING talking with me the other day-In
was
elected for and she who had so bravely her arm and nsntsted! her up quickly.
the following persons were fought against it was forced in December Starke+ on business.Mr. : Fact made a definite offer which rye "Give Mm full right of way," be ad.
the year: and and Mrs. Alvin McKinney, ol Rising, Feb 21.-We are glad tohave iccepted. I'm to own a fourth of the Tlted. "He be In a hurry. Now I
; to take to her bed wa may
W. II. Edwards.1st > : few days of clear weather. We v
I"residpnt-Mrs. Louise, passed through: here Sunday a I business, and my crop of calft>aces that "watch.1*
Vice Prl'sident-Mrs. J. J, Me, more or less in continuous agony until had a big rain in this section Thursday -
.
will! make savings
I death mercifully relieved her at afternoon.G. I'm delivering my Piggy had shot Into the garden with
I.cod. B. Colson made two trips to night. to for It. But I shall look
of last week. enough pay :squeal* of defiance and triumph. H*
Charles Hess) daybreak, Tuesday We to Mrs. Elizabeth -
2nd. Vice President- are sorry report while
sister-in-law Miss Rebecca Worthington: Sunday. ifter the harder outside part Mr. believed he had beaten his adversary.
Her
t 3rd. Vice President-Miss Florrii and cared Miss Eunice Hazen went back to Green ill of tonsilitis. Hatch, who's getting old will stay In In a moment his mouth was full ofeabbtl
Whitehead acted nurse
Terry as attendance her school at Pine Hill, after an absence A. B. Alvarez's family is slowly : the office. I want to understand the I e.lIecond.

4th. Vice President-Mrs. Alfred for the family the, being suffering in faithful woman 'til of a week at Lake City takingthe mproving from their attack of theflu I whole business so for a while will A of amazed Inquiry, with bra
on Middleton of is the
Dr. Hampton
Evenden. examination. rive one of the delivery wagons, and gout In the air, a* though challenging
Secretary and Treasurer-Miss Bes the very last. Misses Ida Belle and Jennie Maud attending physician.Dr. probably be as black and, dirty ns any .th* world In general' then piggy
Wednesdayand
sic Terry.It I The funeral was held on ; Crosby spent Sunday the guests: of A. J. Johnson, of Raiford, was a Df the colored men. People may gt to whirled, shot back under the fence and
made in cemetery,
looked like old times to see the interment Sapp Misses Cantoe and Willie Mae Olliver professional visitor to this section on calling me 'Soft-Coal Cal: or 'Anthracite iped down the road with frenzied
of the relatives
large: crowd of young people present' Raiford, where a number nf Pine Hill. Thursday afternoon.A. ,' or 'Bituminous Cal.' I hop sov qneali of angry protest. Adelaide--
{
and to see the meeting led by Rudolpl reside. The funeral service was Mrs. Olliver and Iris Godwin, of L. Jackson came down from Jack. Und I hope the next thing beyond coal Eliza's eyes followed him wonclertngly.

Thede, who did such creditable work conducted at the cemetery by Rev Pine Hill, were in town Saturday af I onville Friday afternoon and visited that 1 enter will stick ,to me the same "What doe It mean?" she asked. ,

Keep your eye on this league. Alfred Evenden her ternoon. I his family and friends. wnj. rd a thousand time rather Eau "Why, he' too heavy for u* to carry )

One of those always popular Leagu: Mrs. Whitehead leaves to mourn Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen and Earl' A. L. Jackson and family had as iom* such working name than be a fou know so I'm making him carry
and Eunice
socials was given at the parsonagi: loss, two children, Cecil Surrency were visitors to Worthington heir guests Sunday, H.I II, Lewis and mere mister thi*. that or the other ,himself. It's so much easier. Watch/ "

last Friday evening, this time a bigger :- }besides six brothers and two sisters Futch, Sunday.Mr. amily, M. M Crosby and family. You wouldn't like It, though Fraifrald. "What does It mean?" she repeated

success than ever. It was announced ns follows: Henry Futch,Steve Dan Futch, and Mrs. A. A. flaxen and chil. Will Bradley and family moved to Louise." "Just red pepper. I've been using It
Lewis Futch ,
,
and Silas Futch.
to be a Valentine social Mrs ilren spent Sunday afternoon the Jacksonville' last Friday, where Mr The girl had stepped back. hr face 00 a bit of our California privet hedge,

all kinds of new games were entered I George: Futch also, Mrs.number Nancy of Britt nephew (guests: of Mrs. Hazen's parents, Mr. Bradley has been holding a position cold and scornful. where the fence I I. low. Stray crows
Muse a
into and thoroughly: enjoyed by the. R Miss Rebecca Whitehead and Mrs. D. W Kelly, of New River. for some time.E. Cal Cabbages'-'soft-Coal) Cal'- hAve a way of reaching over and nib

extra largo: crowd present. These socials and nieces. administratix and Chester Andreu, of New River,, J. Lewis and son, Elam, are in wheelbArrow mooched fare-one blln(. But the red pepper atop them I
tc has been appointed
ti will be repeated. from time will have of the children, occupy spent Sunday afternoon here. the Raiford section this week graftIng never could guess what next with awakens th.lr conscience without .

time care The i is Mrs. E. L. Crosby is on the sick list trees. lour horrid taste. No ; I wouldn't like harming them any, yon know. lour
family
It is important that all who car ng the same residence. this week. It, and whatever we may hare talkedf 11 pig> won't bother this garden any
will attend the last. of the series of i well known and highly respected, hay Mrs. T. B. and Mrs. A. L. Jackson otterly"But "
Is otto more.
W. and G. W. Hazen
Mrs. D. spent
this section for a number Raiford
resided visitors Tuesday.
ir to .
services at 3:30 ng were I
1' Sunday afternoon "If the fun-funniest thing rr
the Saturday at the home of Mrs. Lydia somehow, even for Loulae'alrlendablp
I Grace M. E. church Sunday. It is for of years. The sympathy of Anderson. Miss Maud Norman visited Misses. 'Calvla could! not wish hlm- beard of" she choked "Tou',.. a woo1 -

the benefit of the whole community.Mrs. ntire community is with them in their Ruth and Loca Green Sunday. I elf other than he was. He liked hard Sr."

O. A. Anderson, of Jacksonville I hour of sorrow. A social was given at the home of Rev. James Nichols visited at the place that mast be climbed over or Cal acknowledged with a grin. Hu I
Mike Futch. who was called home Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Ward Monday even.
of Mr
was the guest last week has home of T. A. Crawford Sunday. jus\ <1 aside. Tile very test of acblv. waa reconsidering his opinion of Adsride
and Mrs. J. J. McLeod. I to attend the funeral of his aunt, : ing.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis attended IDa almost paid for the hardship of It. Ellsa. Sbe was full of fan and
and Green of Jacksonville wen sick for a week with influenza, P. W. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was good deal of .
Champ Bradley fresh church at Pine Level Sunday. De[ would far rather struggle for *o(!- y... he reallxed with a
spent Sunday near Lawtey at jut is now able to be out in the tour town Monday evening. -- ee** In a cabbage Geld or coal yard iurpr!.., she was mach prettier than

the home of their parents, Mr. and air and sunshine. J. J. Morgan made a trip to Graham GROWING HOGS wrestling for every foot gained, than Louise. He bad an odd feeling that,

Mrs. Arthur Green. I ;aturday; afternoon. to alt at a desk In good clothe and by acting the way It did. the achool

Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled hia regular BROOK ER Planting crops is the date now. For a hog to be profitable be must trust to lack or diplomacy. But he bad lost much.

appointment at the Alachua Baptist I T John Hodge, who has been serving be> kept growing from birth to mar. lid not whistle any a* h* trundled the Tm coming round tomorrow tot 8M
L.
church Saturday and Sunday. I Brooker, Feb. 21.-Messrs. 'Jncle Sam, is home with an honorable '(:Ming age. He cannot be profitable barrow along. that pig hoUs spite" lie .said aa
Harley, L. L. Sapp and M. L Surrency and Otice Barry spent last lischarge. walked tide by aide, be trundling
H.
A. I flees he is healthy He can always Out near th* edge of the town was a hey
Smith came over from Jacksonville 'Thursday in Gainesville.G. thetercantiie Remember, services next Saturday ,e in a proflt-producng condition if he icond-rat boarding house, kept by a tbe barrow. "I wonder If he'll shake

and spent Sunday with their families I B. Colson has purchased A. A ind Sunday at the Free Will Baptist > fed B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder. We erase who couldn't afford a better jaws. And rm glad we live so near
owned
I business by hurch, by the pastor Rev. M. A. lositively tell you that this remedy one or one nearer the center. She was tach other. Now there are no !achoelook "

here.Mayor W. E. Torode was a business ilazen. and! 'Voodard, of Starke. revents cholera, removes worms and in energetic kindhearted person, and : > to take onr time we ought to

visitor to Jacksonville first part ol H. P. Gainey spent Thursday The many friends .f Mr. Harley ures thumps. If the powder does not rough her boarders were all (Common I b seems better acquainted."

the week. I }Friday in Jacksonville. met with the' 'lazen' who has entered the school o'elegraphy nake good we will. Sold byJ. J ay laborers who couldn't pay mach ,. "Ill be glad to," she answered lm-

Dr. E. L. Biggs: was a professional i Miss Eunice Ilazen at Newnan Ga., are glad C. Manning, Starke. hc7: were her good friend and acted p11.> "I never seemed) to make friend

visitor to Highland Sunday.Lonnie o learn he (is liking it fine. Mr. Ha- Douglass &: Knight, Lake Butler.W. .* sort of house policemen, watching at I school rll be glad to have oo.."
returned home from I Pile. Cured In 6 to 14 Day after be left Adelaide
Harley ,en Is a young man from this place L. Overstreet. Lawtey. lewcnmer* and transient franklj and Oddly enough
the first part of the week,, DrwIlllotl..ruod mcnuy If PAZO OINTMENT can'cur. .. Eliza at her gate. Cal resumed his
Jacksonville lichln*. Blind. Br! ,,lItig or Protruding Ptlt ind we wish him success in his unertaking A. D. Andrews, Raiford. leelng they paid their board promptly
f He Is recovering from a severe case I Innturuly nlirvr Itching Pile and you can .r J. V. Jones, Hampton. Adv. hen due vbUUIng, and be kept It up till a* got
of the measles. r.ollul limp. .tier tho OCM .uellwu>Q. Frm







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