Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 28, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04696
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I' \ fstarke next week and will be here for First Grade-Julia Canova, Annie I of tho World will unveil the monument session. February 7th, with all members ;: .
I, 1 Jwo; days, Thursday and Friday, Mar. :May Mercer, Enola Forayth, Dora (In _____ __ _.___ _u___ ____ __ ______ {;j erected to the uf Sovereign ; !
,!HjnCKfjrcttWrRW:! !() R>CH .) : IEIC89fSfirftlKiCx.: : : IGnGrrtrlfTi117lflrft'.1rIGn'Irntt'y: ) ': : :;: memory present.Minutes ,
?,;.,:,,th and 7th, to assist the taxpayers Manning; ; Evelyn Stricdand.Villie I It. P. Mnttox: Sunday, at Crosby : of lust meeting rend andapproved.
"1 t rind give them information about mak- Spencer\ Merrill :McMillan\ : Glenn Mc- Sturkc. Flu., Feb.! IIi, 1919. I Teachers'. I Institutes 1 Lake cemetery. The ceremony will begin 1 ). '
r y:dng their returns in compliance with :Millun, Paul Knight. lion[ W. N. S Shents I I't.. have an institute. that meets about :210! :: p, m. Sovereigns anal G!, C Livingston presented his resignation -
a .the law. I I Second\ Grade-Lois Colley Charles Tallahassee Fla. each month during the school friends. invited to attend. us' a member of tho board of
S;. All single: persons whose net income '! Lucian Kioklitor, Joseph Poppell\ Dear Sir-I: have: the pleasure of year. At these nioo'in Curing!: the year 191H was in excess of Wnlter McDonald, Jr. transmitting herewith a report of di-cu> iR*1,000 and all married persons whosejbjfncome Third Grade-Edna May Strickland, Bradford Count*; schools for your biennial the h'II<'IlI'rs and theivl-v: : hope to help Wainwright; was elected to
J was in excess of $2,000 during I Elizabeth Andrews, Nevin Fryer. I report. the teachers with their! work. I consider The L. T. T., met Friday at the Baptist / fill the uncxpired term of (L C. Liv
gthe' year 1918, are subject to this tax. : Fourth Grade; -Elise: Jones, Jacob The past two years! have not seen this the Test day of the school church to reorgani/.o. Tim, meeting ingston.
:\persons not subject are not required Green, Elizabeth Kendrick, Carlyle any great progress In building; new I month. At these meetings I may say was well attended--thirty-two Upon motion Mrs. W. II .Minor\ and *
"to make returns. I Ritch, :Miriam Ortagus, Gussie Mac school houses but we have been busy j that we have one lecture, purely for boys and girls being I"o"sl'nt.Yo Mrs.: :M. K.': Edwards were allowed) a r
_,. The returns must be in on or before ', Bennett! Eugene; Matthews. trying: to keep the already too many, ) the teachers. by a member of the fac- hope to become one of the best \legionsin widow's\ exemption( from tux assessment I
,March 15th. Heavy penalties attach Fifth Grade1-Lussiter Andrews. that had been established In former ulty of the University of Florida. At the state. for 1918.
I for failure. I Sixth Grade-Hugh Brownlee] Laurie administrations, filled with the boys these meetings ninny laymen are in The following officers\ wI'ret'l'tt'.I\ : Upon, moUtOn it was ordered) that '
.1NL I Tomlinson, Rosa Leviton, Ruth and girls of school age. We have | attendance: by having them present President. Elizabeth: Brownlee.\ $"iO bo allowed Chief of Police Silnn. \
FORGER : Poppell, Winifred Mott, Christine II been able to build five new buildings: | we hope to bring the home and the Vice President, hazel Warren. Kite on his commissions and that ha
Kahr. four for white children and one for school in closer touch. Secretary, Iris Epperson.Treasurer be allowed) his annual vacation of ten
w James Faulkner, a negro, with a deli Seventh Grade--Nellie Mott Eunice I negroes. The cost of these rural school Summer Schools Free Wynn. lays. I
i li eire to get rich quick, was arrested at Perkins. houses would average about six hundred I find that too few of my teachers Pianist, Ethel Griffin. C. A. FUTCII.
':i|Baldwin Sunday morning: by Sheriff Eighth Grade--Kate Young.On I dollars each besides improve attend summer schools. I .never recognize The next meeting will be Friday Town Clerk. ,"
.8 Epperson and afterward lodged in the account of the absence of regular : ment. We have paid out sixteen hundred any but the State schools whenI March 7th, at the Baptist church. All __. l''
t : iBradford county jail, charged with teachers the honor rolls of the dollars for improving rural speak of summer schools. I have members urged!: to be present, and DEATH OF MRS. WALL
I !forgery. In addition to forging the I high school grades have not yet been schools, one thousand for whites and been successful in increasing the attendance please\ bring your dues, 10 cents -
.' J?j j Viames! of several persons to checks handed in. six hundred for negroes. I each year and after this Leader, Miss Audrey Snellgrove.DEATH ;: Mrs. Josephine Dilluborry Wall, widow ..
I, ,Faulkner has given a few worthless High SchoolsWe your it will bo better ns I understandthat .-- of the Into Lawrence I D. Wall dil'dun.lny
11 1\checks over his own signature: and it wah to the effect that Claude had are unable to boast of any regular the board will give a raise", of : OF W. E.: TILI.IS ,
M would appear that he is booked for a passed away a victim of pneumoniajust senior High[i Schools, but we have I' $5 per month for tt'ndin8ul'h February :23d!: nt the homo of

.,,,trip to the Ianlhut: : this really has on the eve of his sailing for this two irregular senior high schools that schools On February Uth the Death. Angelvisited her son, W. L. Wall, Walnut street,
.K ,'\ I ftno terrors for him as he confesses to have a combined enrollment of 205 I I Vocational Work the home of G. C. Tillis 1 and Starke. r
Arrangements being
country. are pupils. These schools meet the state I I am glad to that for the
\;having been there several times in say past took from :Mrs. Wall was born March 19! IH.T7: ,
them' their
,.,. !:,Silays gone by. made for a suitable memorial serviceto requirements.Junior. I two years we have bin I the servicesof son, W. E. Til- Miildlebtirg: ; ("lay county. \Fin., and : '
4 *;"' J. D. Stansell, a merchant on North be held I in the near future in con High !School: Federal agents both in'the county lis. His ,h'ath'a" caused. from pneumonia was Hearing the close of her eightysocond -
.''' fWalnut street suffered a loss of sev- nection with the Epworth League of We are now maintaining seven jun 'demonstration and homo economics, following influenza. The deceased your. She had, been a resident '
4I; }eral dollars by taking one of Faulk- Grace :M.\ E. church on whose service ior High Schools, with a combined. enrollment '!'lath, of which have made excellent was only nineteen yours of of Stiirke for about thirty yours und
"lner's 5 Bradford' this brave soldier has been of 156 pupils who are doing progress. The grammar school boys
checks drawn on the flag prev- age He loaves to mourn his death was highly ('>lh' 'I11l'.1 by nil who knew
I County Bank there Icing no funds on iously honored. The sympathy of the excellent work. These also have passed und girls are being taught how to her. I M
'_,I': |[hand to pay the cheek entire community goes out to the family the state requirements. i grow good, grain and pig crops, the IIIH father nnd mother, Mr. and Mrs.G. The funeral service wns held :Monday 4
on whom the sad news has fallenso There has been quite a falling\ off /girls are also> being taught how to I 1 :, C. Tillis, and, four sisters and four morning nt the homo of her son, S
sudden and in the:! High School enrollment from can, dry and of the I brothers.
) STRAWBERRIES COMING: IN: unexpected.The preserve many Rev. J. C. Iliggs; I. pastor of the :Methodist \
annual installation of olllcers in the figures filed in your lust report. I foods that heretofore have been going .-- church conducting. the service.
.I Strawberries are; beginning to move )I the: Epworth 1 League; took place in I presume that this could he justly to w.n.s l(,. as privates, while those who were 11'1'1 The active pall bearers were A. V.
!''in small lots and if the weather continues Grace M. I E.:: church Sunday eveningThe charged! to wur condition, still the ,, Wo had hint year 11 registered pigs: I tered were commissioned. This > Lung, J. II, Hill'h. I M.: S. :Matthews, J. I\t
i wnrm\ the season will he at its I pastor acted an the installing ofli- number of graduates' have increased ono of which took second! )prize nt I tho ; l><'l'1I'I'y marked in the ntteinlunco I ,F. I Kiclilitor i i( t A..I.. I and Yund.tnx,1.I:.
heighth by the middle of March. The I I If cer. With every oflicur present at the j from 80 to 100 per cent. I|i Stale Fair. In the future we are going I upon public schools since the United, Wilson. Honorary \pall bearers' were .. ,
:, acreage in Bradford county is very | altar the scene was impressive, ands 'fcachersThe I| to add to the already live stockcourai. I II j jI I Slates begun to raise an army for over W T.I.t'ks., I. C. Powell, N. T. hitch I '
s small this' year, perhaps not more from what we can learn the outlook j supply has been far under the I I i I chicken, breeding, which we seas duty. mid J. M\ Truby Tho Interment wan in I i
4 than 20 per cent of normal years, but! for a steady forward movement im' demand. Bradford county has never ', feel will ndd materially to the inter1 Uiirnl and Ton n Schools. the family cemetery Melrose.: I
J('. the growers who have plants report j !League work is very promising, unit been able to furnish her schools with I 1'lest of the boys and girls. In my county we try to tl''nt111 :Mix. Wall 1 Is survived by three sons I
them in fine condition. It seems proh-I great thingh are being happily! anti- | teachers qualified to Jo the work as it II'i!I I find! in traveling over the county children alike, realising that ouch Ims and three laughters, Messrs.: T. P.,
"' nble that the crop will bring around l la ciputcd under the leadership of the should! be done. We are one of those I I that the girls have been laying In the advantage of thc other in special' W. I.. und A, I E.: Wall, of Starke, Mrs
.l\ .li pi\ ular pl'csitlent11'11.: W. II. Ed unfortunate or fortunate, 1'0untieFl'I!,I enough food of various kind.s to supply respects. Wo have tried *o unify the 1\\". A. liossent of Starlco, Mr. K. T.
i. tion. wards.Missud. that have morn children !, their own tables and( also selling srbnol standards' both, in rural and Richard, of Jacksonville, und :Mrs\ \V.II .
,,. . a : from our community recentI to carp for them hence we have been I I! quite a quantity to the local dealers.We I. town sdi'ioKs. by paying the ono mi.'I Hoffman, of Dunnollnn, besides a
1.\wny: i I> Mrs. )L. A. Marr und Mrs. Strick unable to offer such salaries ns would have now 1I.1,1".r< to this line1 of ary for the same grad of work to bo large! number of other relatives ,
.- j I land 1, both aVuy on little trips to visit attract the best teachers to our coon ''< n Smith-Hughes! vocational 'I done. Another way w> unify is bv .--- "
Lawtey, Feb. 28.-Mrs. C. Y. Mayo, relatives, will soon be returning.Mr. I ty. We hope now to got the ten mills school, where all of the boys are preparing final examinations for 'cr-> i\ n: IOICI.\1
who, with her lovely baby, has been j and :Mrs. A. M. Blanchard received -' placed on property and thereby enable! taught; business farming, besides Irvin grades all over the county.
visiting for several weeks with her I| the joyful news by telegram on |II| the school authorities to bo able to'1 trines and Intl oust rirs. There lire now I I To encourage "Hack to I the (',HIII- The following is dedicated] to the I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore, of Sunday to the effect that their soldier place the salaries whore teachers will over 150/) club boys l iuu,) :200) ) club girls; try" movement next year we hop,. JO memory of Mrs.\ It. W. Socklnger, who
East Lnwtcy, left for her home in Al- j|| son, Robert had just landed in New: desire to work in this county. Tno 'I| In the Smith-Hughes school we have bo able to pay our \teachers on q'tnlili-' departed thix l life February II, l)19!) : t!
abamn last week accompanied by her I York and was then leaving for Camp I average salary of teachers in this enrolled 25 boys. for tho course. ration and experience lly HO doing '
brother Fred, Moore, who has secured II'I'l'itt.V(' congratulate the happy county has not been increased i in the i|i Compulsory/ School AttendanceWe many teachers will move to the ""'111- Thou bust gone from us, O) loved one, !
employment there and will reside with (i family on the receipt of such joyful past two years I am sorry to say, clue have never had compulsoryschool try schools! on r account of living expenses. the dark, und chilly tide; TO'er I
his sister for an indefinite period. news. to the conditions referred to above. I uttonilunco, in my county, but In the house I of many mansions,
'* They paused enroute long enough to Mike Futch, the soldier boy recent. Special; Tax School Districts fool that it would III| the means of increasing Present Examination System I With I the blest' thou dost libido. :
:.' pay a visit to their friends, Mr. and 'I ly called home on account of the funeral We now have established, thirtyont'I I the benefits. of the childrenif I have never been in sympathy with '
Mrs. Adams, in Lake City.A of his aunt and who was himself Special Tax Districts in my county. it can be arranged; BO that it could the "Flying Squadron," as it is com Fare tbeo well, departed loved one-, ,
large congregation turned outlast i taken sick while: here, has since fully In these several districts I i wo have located bo enforced without too grout: an expence. monly known. It has conic near putting Faro tboo well 'till by, ami by;
Sunday morning to the special i I! recovered and Monday started north thirty-seven white and seven I I my county out of business from We Khull join the ruimomodIn
'. services in Grace M. E. church and on his return to camp.A. I negro schools. In these several ape'vial ) Rural children, will never bo rdu- an ,educational standpoint during tho the land of light on i high.'
I i the splendid representation of men I] :M. Blanchard is the proud possessor -I tax districts on last your we were ,ruled in schools that maintain n term | war ,crisis. when the Government; was
. was delightful to behold. The audience of a new horse. lie looks like ;!! able to spend more than $.;1,1)00) for libraries of only 100) days, and when the chil-I| standing, : ready to offer high wages Hero thy form lies polo toad silent, e ,
,I'r' seemed more than delighted with I a fine animal and so far us known has j* and other equipment. Iron fail to stay in school during ) hie, und long I service! for all my qualified! Hut thy soul from eiirth has flown; \
1 i I Districts short term teachers. I have .boon unublo to Fur from scenes' of toil and! trials,
1 1 j the choir of all\ men who did their' no bad hublts. Bond they surely can never get
: .', .. We have voted, bonds, tho boast of education. ono permit during the since Thou host gone to joys unknown. "
.; v !II 'l 1 t v out: -ht the Joe Brown, who was recently reported i no during!: an {II past year
't spirit of song. The pastor preached us on the sick list, is said to last two years. \ 1: School LihrnricH I IWe the stale superintendent has the rightto "
.'? a special sermon for men and it was be about the sump. I SanitationFour I I placed in our rural schools Inst ( /puss on the qualifications regardless We shall now bu slid and I lonely, 1.,
,I listened to with intense interest. A I :Mrs. J. H. Dye with her husband, of our schools are provided I. summer $;;00.00 worth of libraries] of I the local conditions., I contend Since (they volco we hear no more;
,i service for women i.s promised at the and of course J. B. Jr., were welcome with flush toilets or cnustine septic and. hope during the next year toI,I that any sot of county officials know Hut 'ore long wo hope to meet theo,
earliest opportunity, also' another spe-l,i visitors at the home of their parents, tanks. All rural schools are providedwith place in each school an elementary library i or should know more about their own I I On the bright eternal shortWo .
cial sermon for men. :Mr. and :Mrs.\ A. :M. Blanchard Sun- surface toilets many of thorn suited to the grades' that attend affairs, locally limn four pooplo. "
Mrs. Ethel Gunther and baby ar-j I day and Monday Mini Enzu also having been screened, during my tenure that school. I I If wo must hnvo t this form of I'xllminlltloll |i hull moot thee in tho morning
.\ rived at the home of her pnrl''l: i joined the happy party which naturally in office und I am using my best Toucher Training I then I would suggest that the When all gloom has passed] away;
'If and Mrs.' Geo. Futch Thursday of last celebrated the joyful news of I Robert efforts to have all others made entirely We anticipate putting on teacher State empower the !twill authoritiesto I Where good-bye it never spoken,
'1 New York. I Ii tl'uininnf'xt in of High the qualification of it"tl'II.hprs We'll rejoice with (bee for uye.Faro : .
'r'Iweek., :Mrs. Gunther has been spending Blanvhurd'i arrival in sanitary. year ono our puss upon ,
several weeks with her husband i i F. A. Fisher, a former resident of | Evils; of NarcoticsThese Schools. We fool the need of it very rather than the !Slate Super .'
.' who is now employed in Jacksonvilleand Lawtey, but at present residing in are required to be taught In'' much but have felt that the county intendent.! Also that when the squadron thoo well, departed, (loved ono, I
is. here again for another extended Jacksonville, was in Lawtey a few I nil public schools and I see that it Is. was financially unable to maintain holds! an examination that they bo Faro theo well 'till by anti by; .
visit with the homefolks. |,.d.iys last week looking over the berry ndhrred to in my county. We employ' MI me. 'i required to notify the county superintondcnt Wo fhnll join the ransomed number, :\
Another big event everybody will situation. :Mr. Fisher i ill representing no tc-hchers who use them while under Transportation of Pupils\ I IWe in the counties that furnish In the Iimd of light on high.A ,
want to take in is scheduled' for Sunday i?! the Wariitcommission house of New contract and on school property.No have no transportation in thin the teachers l. or whom they are employed LOVING. NIECE.IIANGi : :. .
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.' in Grace :M\ E. church. A cpn- '] York City. : pupils are allowed to use them county ut present but hop to put it on HO that the local' authoritieswill ---- -- -
tenary bonfire--kindTNl by inspiration )! MI"ndIra." : H. C. Pence and children while on school premises. in the near future and thereby eliminate know who am qualified without ( =" : l.: IN EXAMINATIONSupt. : : :

-fed with the fuel of facts-blown of Jacksonville, were in Lawtey I'niform Text Bunk the expense of maintaining! having to enibnrusH, the tcncher. hus been notified by
by the bellows in the hands of an ex several day: hut week. While here This l law has been n success in this many small rural\ schools. Wo hope Now Law and! \nu-ndnienti chairman Poppell board of examiners of)
; I.lIvl'! their furniture and shipped All keep t consolidate some and transport I am heartily In sympathy with the
pert in the person of Rev. \Or. they packed I Minty. positorif* a sup- I teachers. that after :May 1st tho bx-
Forrest, of Tiffin. Ohio. This noted': it to Jacksonville I lily: of the required books in stock. I sonic.i. enactment of a compulsory, poll tux and
man will be the leading power in the G. L. Futch returned to his work in : would suggest n complete! chantriin I fool that the unpopularity of tho law, requiring all tiiulo citizens 21 umlnnti'in Practice will'questions" be busoil on Theory on LuRuo's
services, morning and ,evening. Law- the :Morey & Thomas shipyard the the liana! Kend-r, because in my judgment uugon transport was duo in u grout yours and above who are subject to n "The Snomv and the Art of Teaching -
tey is to be congratulated n.-.being one first part of the week. He was called the book is poorly! arranged and measure to the character of the drivers poll tax, to be required to regisler which bo purchased from
of the first to secure the services of home on account of the death of his. I for use 1 in rural schools. employed. I think great care and pay sumo, and! make failure to dI ('I cnn Co? Atlanta Ga.
ho American Book ,
loading speakers in connection with i sister Mrs. I.aurnVhitf'hea,1.. Thegstories are not live enough to should! bo exercised in such t.ll'dion,1 I HO a misdemeanor and punishable as
for $1.20.:!
the centenary campaign.! Other fine :Mr. i and' :Mrs. Will Go,odfollow, of I, arouse interest in the lower grades I School Hoards other misdemeanors are. -. - ---
speakers will follow at Inter dates. :Mounds III., are spending sometime i I would also suggest; a change in the The present number of members II j In my county wo have quite a large JlTJea1.U'JllmS\ : ; CRTIICALLY:
The annual teachers institute was i with relatives" in Lawtey. arithmetic to a more practical book. ,. think in sufficient. I have no doniroj I Ito I negro population und many childrento ILL
held in the I.awtey Sat- Marcus Brown was a visitor. to Rai- :My greatest: criticism is.> that it con become a member of the board. I provide! schools for und I think it .
urday. It VMS arranged! under, the I ford) Sunday. tains too many problems to explain 1 think long tenure in office should l mean nothing but fair to us and them that t Judge Wm 1-'. -Malphuro: ono of
auspices of the county teachers association I Rufus Gore and a party of friendsof each rule. I proficient service, and If this i i. true they at least puy one dollar towards Starke's:: most widely known citizens
and good speakers from the' Jacksonville motored to Lawtey I School FinancesI then I think four years is not too long maintaining same. Wo also have n Is critically ill at his home on Thompson
University of Florida had been secur- i I Sunday., \ I found! this county $;.19,000.00! in for members to servo. largo itinerant element! who have per' ,' street. lie sustained a stroke of ;i
ed. Prof. Blackburn wns also on the l Mr. and Mrs.! Johnnie Parmenter, of debt when I came in office. During Uniform Text Hooks and Course of 'I' sonal property but do not pay a Jnll' paralysis last Monday and has been :
program for a talk on athletics which l Jacksonville visited relatives near my first year I was successful. in re- Study tax. I think that those should! pay as unconscious! ever since. Ills recoveryis :
was well delivered and vrey much ap- Lawtey Saturday and Sunday. tiring $18,000.00 of this debt. I hopeto I am in sympathy with both of I they invariably havo large families considered doubtful. !-
preciated. James Goodfellow was a visitor to be able to do at least this well during these; as they are at present one is a to get the advantage of the public JfI r I
I Adjournment was taken at noon and I Jacksonville Friday and Saturday.M. the next year. All Special Tax failure without the other. H'-hools. PANCOAST-MATTIIEWS: : .'
I a delicious lunch enjoyed at the handsof : L. Smith was a visitor to Rai- School Districts are out of debt except :< ,I Free Text Books. Under the depository law, the law ,
the ever gracious ladies of the town I ford and Starke Sunday. four; these are the bonded districts I 1 am opposed to free text books on should rend where the general school Starke relatives and;: friends of Mr. J i,
Saturday evening'the: ladies of the The family of Mr. Leach of Jack- each of which have a fancy bal any basis of revenue for many rea- fund is $50,000.00 or less, the Bounty and Mrs. J. L. Matthews, of Alachua. ; I
Red Cross gave .Washington's birth- I sonville, are pleasantly located at the ance in the interest and sinking fund. i sons and I will name two. First, as board of Public Instruction shall have have received the following announce,1', ;' :
day social at the club house. i II. C. Peace residence near the M. E. We pay our teachers promptly each i I see it, pupils lose the privilege of the power to declare a depository. 1 ment from them:
tra heavy downpour of rain prevented I church South. :Mr. Leach, it will be month by borrowing from the local I I learning the law of personal property suggest this change as A relief for the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lafayette Mat- :
some from getting there ut all things i j I remembered recently purchased a depositories until the taxes are gath- rights. Second, the danger of transmitting secretary of the board in a .small thews announce the marriage of '.
considered it was well attended and farm from J. II. Moore, about one mile disease germs from pupil toI1 county where the revenues are not their daughter 1
a very pleasant time enjoyed. ? south of Lawtey. ered.Under the budget system I dividedmy I pupil. One year a pupil with communicable large: enough to enable the hoard to Pearl -
Rev. Rawls, of Lake Butler, Ailed I W. H. Burt and Fred Ott were bustnes county's Indebtedness Into five disease uses a book; the employ enough clerical help, so the to '
his. regular appointment! at the Law- visitors in Alachua county several equal parts. At our call meeting in i : next term a child uses the book that secretary is hampered from his supervision Mr. Burleigh Kent Pancoaston
tey Baptist ehurch 'Sunday morningand days of last week. June I have enough money set aside |III healthy, work and the children and Tuesday, February the twenty-fifth
evening.We I' As at Saturday was a holiday, A. to. meet this amount of the county'sdebt. Progressiveness taxpayers are the losers. Nineteen hundred and nineteen
regret exceedingly' to .learn of II. Harley, B. L.BI&1Icbrd. M. ''L. By this means I hope in five Just at present I feel that the demand The superintendents position should Alachua FloridaAt
the sudden death of Claude Addison, Smith and M. L. Sapp who are em- years to: pay .my county out of debt for public education It greater not be made mechanical' for when'.Jl ' I'' j
orte of Lawtey's heroic soldier boys. ployed at the St. Johns Shipyard in and yet maintain the regular school than It has been before In twenty-five becomes so his usfu ness ceases. home $j{
The sad news was telegraphed to the South Jacksonville, came home Friday term and at the same time lengthenthe year in my county. I attribute It to Very respectfully ubmitted, After the first of April
family Saturday by the department in night and spent the weekend at home term or pay more salaries to the the fact of Illiteracy In the soldiery E. R. POPPELL. "Fertile Valley Farms -n
Washington. The news thus conveyed with teachers. that was sent Into the line of battle Superintendent Seffner" -, Florida.I ,.- wed ,I Ij

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--t.':, dbrdPlffrr tf tis'dssJ +irt,4, obi illni,9n } 5 Some are Talcum Powder. When you have n mind to divert Many people ejtpect too much from
} dal 4isip your fancy, consider the good qualities their friends. They miiy themselvesbe
I (('ji wdt6s d sE A /Pi d P li't4c r rfr td'eree/eJeftr: ,. 'i. of your acquaintances ; us the enterprising so thoroughly genuine and sincere
'" C I r+I'jdrd tft r vigor tot this. niiin, the!' modestyof that they expert nil their Crlpn']- to bo
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R ) ;? DON'TFEAR mother, the liberality of a third, the saute, and when they discover
''t' : > and so on. For there 1 Is 1 nothing HO entertaining little faults In their, Idols they feel the
i 11 Illl1luulll III J as n lively linage of the virtues dlHappoliitinont most acutely. Do not
exhibited In HIP clmri'Cter' of pitch jour Httiwliird too high, then you
ct. ii ,, i those we converse with, occurring liS are less likely tu have your 1 idol shottared. -
IqI + I Lot this. therefore that friends
I 1 numerously an pitxolhlo Try to remember
i I t et rt be always at liuuJ.-, ,Marcus Au, will never disappoint us If we observe

,i.Gr j i 11111 ,I d p' rP r'+ir ft r. r tl reUun Antouluus. two simple, rules: ((1) to find out
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; III "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin bear In mind that cinders are apt to No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll

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a lotion for bathing and a few healthy color which: Indicate poor blood and ns a
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f I r t For Headache Colds Oaxseed should be Included In your GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC liven regularly
;. l package. A b oral c acid solution will I for two or three works will enrich the blood Im
( I rr l' /' Neuralgia; Grippe that Inflamed prove oho digestion, end act as a General Strength
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.4'1'1' t Toppy red tag, tidy red tin, hanjiome pound and Ask for and Insist Upon
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[f I ---- ---- --- am riot sure Unit I have; ore'they tllln'Ks alto u ',llii than-lair neighbor i

: tI tul1" -In fact almost better than anyone dally grown for us. We lave nice clover
I I'': have Muck and white around else." too. '

i iw collars, and their tails. Their "Dear me," said Miss Jersey, as she "You know we each have our own ,,
spread out like gorgeous plumes moved herself n little on her bed of porcelain drinking trough and place : r
l (! ore black und green." cork which she thought was very comfortable for food. And our beds are of smooth ,
t ." crowed Mr. Plymouth "ami KO you think ;you are better cork, and not like the ordinary floor of ( ..,,//;' .c'
1 than I urn?" a barn. I .. ... .
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: [ also won prizes," paid Mr. "Not a bit of It," said :Mrs. :Jersey, "We have beautifully painted build 1 "- . /'
I Wynndottp. "And my cousins, chewing a little flll IJllv..rpl'ndlt',1V'un, ,1 All, they lire exquisite I They Jersey. "I'm a neighbor of yours." a hose encli day. I iIF, : :.. 'seas: 1
s "I'm a I at though/ they had, been artis! | "Oh, that doesn't mean us-It means "Wo are rich nnd aristocratic cows, 'I
( Whlto \ painted 1 with delicate Bllver. ,I sometimes a creature thinks she Is bet we are very fine and healthy and we
"So am 1hey'ro very glorious ter than her neighbor. A snob Is someone even have our hay cared for In a special I
"All must be," said 1 Mr. Plymouth who thinks she Is very superior barn so It will be In good condition -I of the Ford Motor Com-
Sold Mr. \ I The policy
k. and grand. And. nho won't bother to when It is given to us."
"True," : "1'11," said' Mr. White Wyandotte, speak to those she thinks are beneath "There really would, be no excuse for pany to sell its cars for the lowest possi-
"wo win think we should find any fault I her" us If we weren't healthy." said Miss
ble consistent dependable
enter a tho poultry show this year. Every | "Such as worms, for example," said Jersey, "If we are treated in this man price,
We go to 11I anti, every kind of a Wyandotte Miss Jersey. ner, and your description of the way quality, is too well known to require
nerx. It's anti every kind of n Plymouth "You are very exact, Miss Jersey, we have everything done for us Is
my family rooster have won prizes." but I comment. Therefore, because of pres-
Now reany It's too much trouble quite, quite true.
''c'ro the prize winners, ns I said for me to tell you any more about "Do you wonder I feel snobbish and ent conditions, there can be no changein
very large. / "," unit' ] Mr. Plymouth Hock "Yes, being a snob und what It means, for superior sometimes asked Mrs. Jer
were! .\ the roosters worth going n long It takes my time away from chewing the prices on Ford cars:

red with, too. to see. We con crow with a so much, and also it makes me thinka sey."Well, I must soy, wouldn't feel Runabout $500.00
these I of mtl.fnptlnn. We can crow little. I hate to think." that way If I were ;you. All these rich
down Just we nro entitled, to crow. We "So do I," said Miss Jersey, "but you es were just handed to ;you and you're Touring car 525.00
"They so much to be proud, of. So must tell me If you think ;you are superior not responsible for being a !fine cow- I Coupelett 650.00
Rock so' much," he repeated to me--or to someone else." It's because of the care and money
white, then he crowed, nail Mr. White "I will do that," said Mrs. Jersey, which have been spent on you. And Chassis 475.00
I prizes and crowed, as well a* all of ; "and then you will understand what a how often I wish that I knew what it Sedan 775.00
cousins Such a noise ns they snob !Is." was like in the world where there are
let barred
I I :I blue but Indeed they all were beau "Continue" said Miss Jersey. really poor farmers who milk us themselves Truck Chassis 550.00
\ "You're roosters and certainly had won "You see," said Mrs. Jersey, and Miss and who do what they can for These prices f. o. b. Detroit
fine Jersey Interrupted her. I
prizes. their cows.
said Mr.
I Tve for the pre ent." Bald Mr. "I see all right-but I don't botherto "In short" continued Miss Jersey, "I
colored Wyandotte, "my master la let- think much about what I see. DoI think Its often very tiresome to be rich FORD GARAGE
"It's me out of my coop for a little have to think what ;you are going to and fine. I wish I were dirty and poor
said Mr. I need a bit of exercise And show me?" once In awhile and had to bunt a little
, I I master and I are great frlonds." "No," said Mrs :Jersey, in a lazy, for my food Instead of having the best A. VV. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors
Ii II I are my master' and I," crowed drawling voice, "I simply said, "You of It around me all the time."
t !i' Plymouth Hock. see,* ns one who nays 'You know'" "Dear me-," said Mrs. Jersey, "you STARKE, FLORIDA
.. be mire' where there! weren't a "Oh, a great relief," said Miss Jer- most certainly are not a snob, and really
a many people walking, Mr. Ply sey."You I admire you for it's very hard to
I Rock and Mr. White Wyan know," comml"nC'OdlUrs. Jersey, keep such Ideas when you live In the
strutted along by their masters, "thut other cows aren't treated as wo richest cow stable In the country 1"
r."I n bit from side to side, but are. They have hnppy, country homes, -- -
proud nt their monstrous size but we belong to vt'ry.rll'h man and'
t their beautiful feathers. he Is doing most amazing things to his
I ' cows lie Is making us live In luxury, h
("r" all prize winners, cock-a-
Ij j ..-dn, cock-n-doodle-dt," the roost not mud or grass or In ordinary
II I these two families snouted above barns. -

Ir I many others.of the other roosters Miss"Just Jersey the way"It's we're delightful living" said But Not Measured In

r they! were Just as handsome
the noise that came from the big .
"T,1 where the poultry show was held
quite terrific. Hut at least all I
wanted to see roosters' knew for Dollars and Cents .
distance around where they could I 1 I ,
-for they were well heard!

I' cousins I
looking. Real Happiness Is Cheap.
roosters." happiness Is cheap enough, but I The lull measure of a bank account is not merely in the number of dollars and cents

I F ;'I" lungs And to ho dearly_. _-we pay-.for- -Its--counterfeit- I you succeed in getting together. The full measure is found in the
it I' I
't' ,.;/ happy"It and HABITS OF

.p, after Plymouth a EDI3fSVNING[)[ [ [ THRIFTC

crowing inculcated during the t time the account is accumulating. This bank solicits the opportu-.
1 I ; I. looking winner. nity to cooperate with you in accumulating both the account and the habit.

mire my 61twtf "Where There Are Really Poor Farmers
1r belong to ,"
I l"j ,,. self."
:, "Thank 'I RICH COWS. tell me about the other life," she added."I BANK OF STARKE .
White \ < was born In these rich surround.
t. It Is good > hard not to be a snob," said Mrs. ings.
my I Cow. "We have here as you know. a stable
"I I! '. a mob" asked Miss. :Jersey made of marble. It's very grand. STARKE, FLA.
outh Rock ::: We have ventilators to give u* good
"Have I a mob my dear," laid Mrs. Jcr- air and to take out bad air. We have State County and City Depository
the chewing her cud lowly, and look. fine heat when 1&. cold In the winter,
Mr-JWhlte MlM Jersey out of bin brown and this stable Is cooled In the sumrner I"

I "!. person or a creator who and we hare very flne grass, esp .

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Beth wns aroused from her rendingby Captain' Wright carefully read the "There, you soggy tlil* :. I Just knew ThuF\ r> fqJ! I MR. SUN'S FRECKLES.

a heavy cliiicirlnu sound outside.Looking two Invitations before' hits One, on r"l1'l'Oul.1 COMIC out horrid," "II hI y c '* yUtO c _: ..

out she "11\"' n young; man heavy white linen "paper, with a gold: Marie: as six- closed the oven door "Whatever Ix tin-, mutter with you

darting' here and there I about n large mimoKi-mu, requested the pleusiire, of nixl placed too cake on the kitchen ',e" t3t' Mr. Sun?" naked. '\ (Infnlrle,..

touring cnr. i\ldcntly: <\ sumethlng had his company nt dinner the following table rt '', "\.\ hv dO) you
gone wrong/ with t the machine. Sunday evening. The captain laid the "I have always had had! In'kI Iwn u'i- Inquired Mr. C

Pulling out his. wntch he exclulrned note on his desk and, greed out of lhmhnrrneks I I want thlncs to li<> I'SIIl''lully,1.: , Mm. "I in" I loolc

to himself "Only ten minute to catch window with n slightly contemptuous hilt It's nil I lie fiiult of Unit Hoursuhstttute III, or dnagrroulay'm m
. Aunt Sue on thnt trnln. I've got to smile which might have ant ninlhi-r did want me ) sick In"any way?

make It 1"'lIIl'how.h I I know what been Interpreted In .plain English ni to use It. Such R day for her to choosn Itt1 r' "No, 1lIIlello'II1ryl'rlnculIJ.! i

I'll do. Perhaps. I can borrow that follows : to ifo to town Just when :Murk and best / / ( Joy
horse I see In there." ".\ Alicia( and Uncle Dan nre nil I IlIl1t Chill Gordon, Are eoinlnii: from camp' ,I" Hlowly, ''II don'tlook

'Setli was ull nlonc and grew gtdteexcited right but I they'd !give me a 'steeu- :Marl humid never met the Phil Oorilon bUrt tlr y y' a little bit 111
couise dinner of fancy stuff that of whom sift spoke, hut she had. //j// or very danger*
when she saw the joung man
wouldn't, strenuousnephew. een him several times and as li.> \\'In nislV! wi-you Just
running! toward the buck' And then IIwr"chI'\ Mildred her brother's cliiim at onnip she was thsprice n queer,
ready she hnd thought thnt he was me If will
iorliam ItrooUs fur my dinner nnxlous: that everything herself Included i4 you \pardonmo
answered the hurried
rather nice. ...ortnl'r-wlth :Mrs Brooks und Aunt should look attractive when he t for Kii.xlnrf i HO,
anti 1 the man said t
knock young '
dour Sim.
his. !Hrst visit therefore her fretful k
Allcln beaming on us when they made ;
"J' madam but could I borrow ,
xcusP me "I'll pardon,
thought we weren't looking And after remarks about n perfectly good fP you
your horse and, carriage that I see for saying I so,"
dinner I'd have to listen to Mildred's. wnr cake
out there? My nmchine bus brokendown .. Htnllfil tho "I
simpering chatter( for two hours-orma With n resolution to make the be t Was Hard sun. "
and I'm to meet my aunt nt the "It Very
>tie she'4 sing I'd rather stay In of wont sliP. hail Mnrle whipped. up H mil .glad though,. minutes. I really mustbe to Keep
station In eight: CooL"that I liaven't
It a
over the week-end." frosting for the cake, observed lint
there. I'd take (rood care of your and set It i sick( look I'd not t
didn't look no bad after nil
SIm: ply '
The other Invitation was n .
property and return It very soon IfBeth The mini! sick nearly much us I
being so
worded note asking thnt ""om I' lonesome on n chair outside the kitchen door so, ? >greatest
was puzzled. Should she let who .Is from borne"come thnt the loins. would, he hard and coolIn would, mind looking ..".k. I'd hnto to
her prize horse go Into the hands of a to dinner with Mrs Jones on time for luncheon :iveccnsvcrth bit H miserable> wretched, pale and forlorn
stranger; and what would her parentsnay Then she busied nbout and. set the Nil". I want to bo bright and ,
o'clock. The h'tter'pnt
If she did? Sunday at one of beneficial( "
on to explain: that Mrs. Jones' son table for three, as. her mother would Irons. y
Seeing that she hesitated the young William was a corporal In the captain's not he home until late. A hurriedglance "Well." Biihl Fairy Twilight fell whoenjoyed "

man drew a card from. a case passed company, but that all of his Immediate at the clock showed her that Sealed TIaht-KePt RUht refreshment the dnytlimi even though tho

It to- her and said, "You know my machine friends In the company were he hnd Just. :20! minutes In which to twilight/; was her favorite time of the

Is yours until your outfit Is returned from nearby homes. A. the captainlaid dress! before her brother and hits chum 1? possible 4 day. "Well," oho repented "you

to you. You really would that note aside there was a were due, HO with n lust look around nt a Li driI' 11SC1'i tl needn't worry about being bright> and

oblige me so much If you would let twinkle In his eye that meant : the snowy linen, gleaming; silver and .. Btronir. You certainly nrcift feeling
m me take It." the Blowing. chrysanthemums In the weak t""Tlion ,
"lielng\ twenty-eight I not qualify
Were her eyes deceiving her or was mjiy. And center of the table, nhe save n !satis- why should. Fairy I'rlncess
but I'm lonesome
as a boy,
It really true that .she had known this fled slph and went to her room to .r +J a'T Joy miNk mo what It tho mutter with
Judging from the boxes that Corporal
young man beforeVIOIe n young 'that make good enough better nIl :Mark omit?" Impiln-d, Mr. Sun.
Jones gets so often the pies
girl and when visiting on aunt In New mother used. to mnke' cnn be found In I, used to tell her. "I said I t that you didn't loolc\ ill," answered (
York she had met at party a boy by his home." Twenty minutes passed and :Marie, .u: l IJ e Fairy I'rlncess' Joy.

this name and perhaps' It was the returned and stepped outside the doorto lj r "To be sure" you did. ",,,1<1Jr.: Sun."You .
So It happened. that the next SundayCorp. mom r same one get her rake'hmnt a sight met l it lull, me 1 looked n little queer"
. William Jones received\ a great : '
Ten minutes seemed like hours now, surprise. lie had horn sitting at the her eyes The rake WHO there, oertnlnly. "I ,do hope I didn't' hurt your fociIngsm

for the young meld, was quite anxious parlor window comfortably ensconced but perched, on top of It, contentedly said PrlneeHH Joy. "You ashcan e

for the return of I the strnnger. No In n morris .chair! with his feet on another liipplnu: the fronting, was r me If 1 tliiiuuht you looked, III jiii.l I "

wonder, they hadn't recognized\ l each chnlr\ and smoking, while he Spuir.:) n neighbor's\ cnt (didn'tniil to say yon illd-when'" you t

(other for It had been six years sincethey read, the Sunday paper. Such prlllegis I Mnrle cried out and made n dash, fur J liiiisl. ilei.Idedly'. did not-'Mini 1 too I +

. had met. nnd cusp were not allow"ed him It hut the culprit eluded, her gin: sp' and Lasts IboiiKlit It might worry you to hove
The Incoming train gave Its usual off the ,steps, running: for Its. HI urn- one think you looked 111. You
In pre-wnr times, nnd Wlllliim tensmaking sprang 'N \
", nhrlll toot and Beth pictured Aunt Sue t the most of the respect his. IIf,'. And ::11111'IhnrnuJhly(( : angry r )Tll, I might/: linngliiu thnt all Rorti of Icings !

alighting from It, with the assistance- family accorded, his uniform. Kroui "nllll'l\l'IIII\I the cnke and hurled It lifter were HID mutter silo you If I thought

of her nephew' Ah !they were= coming the kitchen appetizing odiirs .drifted !Into the iinlnml. which wns nciirlni timecorner ( . so."

down the rood 111'IIln"k Itenuty complete his satisfaction.1 Oicnslonull.x I of I the house. "1 ilnn't, believe. ," sold :Mr. Nan blow-
was prancing, along at high speed, ly "Hint I would be HU ftuilMi."
.' he glanced out of lite window- "1'nn horrid Iwn't she. cried and
.f knowing that her mistress) \ was waitingfor : to look fur the expected' guest" "I lope\ stopped short. In nma/ement for round wa PVto F' i "Of course mil" sold,' Fnlry Prim-ens

her. he's a decent sort of ft fellow" he I the comer came a young: man In klinkl.lust I II !<>y. "I am gelling very 'much mud

1 ""','11. we're back wife and sound, muttered to himself.Then I In time to net the cnke squarelyIn dled. oh ,dear, nml l I never want t ,'
'I and I surely npprceliile I the lonn of his. pence of mind will rudel/! i the tn..... / iinyonu feel' iinlini>|>y or mid or

outllt./ I sec you are guardingmy the other du''."
your disturbed A gray touring: cnr drew "I win cried II0" from 105K.
I 'nr-I menu yours, hu, hit This up at hU dour, with ('11",111111I'llIht" I side, and turning quickly, :M-irle saw "I 'don't fee] blue," Halil Mr.l Sun,

Is. my aunt Miss"Pemberton -" driving It. IU-fore Hill's startled gazehis :Mnrle. vim hind connfrom (!he opposite "nor ilo I fei'l' unhappy! end 1 sml. ]HutI

.. ," Interrupted IWtli. superior officer methodically shutoff : direction ,stop' IT) tniiMiinciit.' do feel n lltllo "liltyt"
"Pemhcrton 1 Did, IVmbt-r 0. PAINTKK; PUIlTllJZKIt COMPAN'.larhhonvillc \ "Tin* very tiling," mild Fnlry Pi-la-, ti
I you Ray the engine\ and 1 locked the ear and "flood heavens His, lie "alil, "What
ton? then climbing out, covered time rndla- ever have you been il.ilng: to l'h114" J FloridaJ'Yrlili.ers '''H'' Joy."Oli .

,1 "Why, say, are you the HutU Petn- tor with a heavy robe. Hill Jumped up, Then he burst, nut Innirhltii and I'llli U (hat what imidi you Hay I
berton that visited the I Smiths In N{>wJ Uttering the floor with the papers, and who had l hy now dlsengngiMl I the sticky IiiscHiciilcs. Sprayers!' I'oullry Supplieq; loolieil, queer?" asked, Hie HUH. frr"Ye v

J York uluiut six years ago?'' began 40 fumble) In his pockets mess from hU face soon Jnlneir! him For thirty yarn we have .been manufacturing frrnli.rrt In +llm Smcf---we, have ttHtfiril cut ," ,.h"II"\\.I..l.. -

"I think I can answer for thnt person "Goodness, nhere's my piles?" he hilt Marie' now thiit her first, burst of omen in every county m FlpriJa.' "Nn: wander you NpfiUo ns you did"

i Mr. Primrose nnd now she dlsplnjcd spluttered. "And what oil earth have linger: wns over stood dumb with Write Fur l. li>nl Price I.i..,. }',i". said Mr. Sun: and Fairy Prlnress Joy
always in
't two delightful: dimples. I done now?" I Imrrnssinent. Seeing this. :Murk took 11I'1 wild 4)imlili, wukeij very gulch pleased that Mr. Sun

Hands were shaken and a rapid. con Ile was still scanning for his pass hand In the ,situation nail ... twig renlly not ut nil] hurt hilt v as simply

I versatlon commenced "You see we when the captain. was ushered, hi by his (chum explaining tint they very, understanding. i I

arrived Monday from New York and Mrs. Jones. She was u stout motherly raced. to the door to sec which wits I We carry all leading and standard varieties of seed which have "I must look 'queer, of course, ," Mr

we are staying at the Iturnx cottage: ,,woman and two silver bars "1111 khaki the nearest way.Ry Sun ('"nlhlul'''. "Hut there IK u reason.,
\ been tested and known to be best adapted to soil and climate "
; for the summer. It's sure jolly to find shoulder meant nothing to her until the time the tale vas finished i ) our for II.

an old friend close by. Now I think she saw her William standing, .stiffly at I :Marie hind recovered her .poise and, New Crop Corn, Sorghum, Millet, Rape, Texas Seeded "I inn sure there must' bo" sold

Y If you will trust me lignin I'll drive attl'lIllon.Illain Wright snapped a I nmld 1 much IntiKhter: told them the I Ribbon Cane, Egyptian Wheat, English Peas, Onion Fnlry Princess Joy."Will .
Aunt Sue home and, then we can resume salute In return and then laughingly story of her war nuke. I you tell us I tho reason" }" linked

i' our talk." hook hands with the discomfited corporal I "Hilt," she .ended hlnslilngly, throwIng Se s, Beans, etc., etc. ITulry Twilight ]Hell."Mil .

.' '\" 'l1lnlll'11I'n Mr.: and I a glance at (!nrdnn. "I don't always Seed Potatoes, all varieties. Poultry and Bee supplies ," urged( nil the fnlrlct.

Mrs I'rniherfmn, returned, they were "No; more ceremony today Jones." greet our cullers that way and We ask that you call on IH for any information desired in our "You Know what very lint won timer

11 ".\ "mi" 'n m'I'| I in timid! tin 11' Ills frank smile "put Hill: lit cite"'. "I'm If you will cnine In I think we will line This Natures Supply Store we havo born having lately?" begun

ri laiihlt.'i- entertaining, U young mini on Just a lonesome fellowwith no place have our luncheon without the Ill-fated : is U..'. Hli, ).

i. the piazza but whim Beth told them to go.( And, a mighty hungry one atthat. cake." Our new Spring Seed and Supply catalague is ready Write All Ion fairies nodded, their. heads.

her story and after they were Introduced ." | Private, I'hll flnrdon catching n for your copy today. "\\'" know, Sir, Sun, It was very hardto

he was made, most welcome and He sniffed appreciatively. "I don't I glimpse: of curly, brown hair bright keep|' cool, specially fi>r Hie grownup

'. this wl'l..mel'n" a lasting one, for the often have home-made apple. pie." Mrs.: I eyes and elusive dimples.. vowed that S !? w It rid too children and them. homes."
: following; year he liecaine a son-in-law* Jones beamed at this remark and the no matter turn she greeted others he 8sSMSr | "'\1'11. w"',,, hind, a very, very hot

to :Mr. Pemberlon. KS: q.| wily captain went on to further win would do his best to make her. irreet- Sw.s nim :Now' HID hot wave run i&) to mo

her heart by telling her, how lonely It log for him always cordial, and mime Y
CANCER HAS VARIOUS was up In that big: camp with no folksto time Inter us In found runny neon 'Look here old' Sun mike often any
ORIGIN visit one and send delicacies swh. stuns to mil, It |proved> oven more than x you KI\I-I llii'iu) freckles ; they mummy that,

-- as the fortunate 11111 "received.Meanwhile cordial., K lifter nil the good you ii>. They" for
Peculiar Customs, It Has Been Proved
I'.lll.: from whom nil nwe get, ili.ii,t you cure' I hem oral| make them

Are Frequently' Disease.Cause of Terrlrlble hind departed nt ,the sign of human FAMOUS DOGS LONG KNOWNBreed t OLDES7 veil by your sunslilno end Hint you.

nature displayed, by his, erstwhile commanding make, tinHOWITH grow and the, leavuHcome

ottlcer. had retired to the of St. Bernard Have Been Renowned WRITE r0A CATALOG 6 ESTA0IISi1E0 Sk..OJ Hr out III. I tom spring'I[ hey. Jnsf get
In purrs of r'hln.i < l II'< re lie I head I Is r
shaved liy pulille Imrliers UIH raxnrsliseil kitchen and, brought, his unsusiifctlngsister. for Centures: for Their WEEKLY PRICE LIST MOUSE IK r'.OBi"' mad at you If you give tliem freckles
Peggy out to be Introduced to Special Work. and" Iry to tildn their fiicen f>om you
are often dull mind, full of nicks,
their guest .\.. ilif. captain' told her bv brand brimmed, 1 lints and 1 HIIIINIJIOH. -
and the irritation of this s"I'ulhlleoftl'n
ciiu.e" cancer ('hlll" men Buffer long /nfterwnrfls, "In a silly. a pr..n.covl'r TinSt.. III'rlllll'.lln"(, Is of h'i"r.i' .n nlrinown. | | What have Jon gut to fillY
from cancer of I the pharynx mind {>d with pink rosebuds she looked It conneets |Ilse| valleys ntI to (Hint, old' :Sun7';

esophagus due to their habit of cat- like an angel, rend. )' to serve umbrosln. I lie I Rhone II 1111 I I the I 'lorn I'alten: "linils -- ":-'; \ that rnndn me very nnd. I

." ira\ ersi-il hy IComiin/ leKlmis ,th"mNmmtiI4 ,, nluii.vM <;<'t mini when I hear such
Inn very hot rice, which Is thrown Into )DOVT YOU nmW'T; !: irIJeiir
the mouth forclhly; with chop stick Needless to nay, the dinner party of :year flgti.: In liieiliex I tilings and, when

Chinese women cut after their lords. was a great success, particularly the limes the pars sened the armies nf TOI I jet mad of ,.
and masterHhen Hie rice In cold, apple pie. After dinner 'the captain cmngnernrs| arid the Imndi of met' ''' mrum in mind, thnt Chamberlain': course. I MII/I', nil, !

and they never, have this kind of can voluntarily assigned,. himself to K. P. rim's.. :Niipoleon cniNseil ,Hit, Alp.| nl' 7'nblcti not only 110th.... dowels but It in ii lies every \\\\\ .:;

cer. In India mUl'h1 nCf'r Is causedhy duty and became Initiated Into the 'Ills point In I'MNi.The. 1. improve the appetite, nml! Htrengthen ono still warmer.

the chewlnir of betel 1 nut. Tn mysteries of dish wiping. It Is 'iloubt- Trent UKUiiistery was hiillt Hi THE 'the ,digestion They contain no pepsin Well: I, old Mot
Kurm\lstnn. India the unlives wear ful If he would I have been InterestedIn (the middle of (lie .jilxtei-nlh -ntiir> I \Vuvo talked tome -
baskets filled with hot con Is. across manipulating a dish If IVggy It tens iiiiilntalnfd fur the. relief oftravelers <>i' other digestive ferment hut like this und .

their abdomens to protect' them from hud not been his. partner' IP the K. P. I .. who were surprised. 1 hy snowstorms itn-nirthcn the stomach and, rnnMo it urged lime' on.

the .cold and more than fill 1 per cent work. while crossing the I''""". Tin to perform its functions naturally.-- 'I'll help yon;
fit all the cancer In that region. forms Afterward he Insisted 'on Inking SI. I'.erniinl 1 dogs\ were IISHI,! to flnd tin PUBLIC Adv, h.. IUllo!. 'We'll i

|In the ahdomen and groin while other them, all for a long ride Into the coun :, fro/en (('1111I" of the storms In the \get even with
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countries such cancers are very rare.- try. Peggy/ of course, sat In the front I snuwilrlfts. They were pcclflll' them..
Major W. J. :Mujo. war department lectures. sent with the driver while Mrs. trained 1 fur this. work of relief and We do not believe it would, ho' possiblefor NO TWO "FLU"CASES'ALIKE "So wo went on
to bottle and sell ONE: ; IIUNWtKI
Hill ami Hill's girl were In blick.The Jon"'j'I carried" the first nld 1 to the Injured 1 In us I a regular tear- yoa Give Them
captain's Invitation hid been ii little basket attached to their collar I 101 Tonic per day if it was not an effective and "has n't It been Freckle.: "

Time for dinner only but 'it was after ten ". These dugs rescued thousand- treatment for influenza.i' ,i; hot?
o'clock that night when he and Hill re I of human helngs, many of whom warnof "It most certainly has," snl.,l the
Happy Is the man who early learns turned to camp. A sleepy orderly I historic prlJlnl n..n..... And 1 for thifirnt A man who works a large force of I i'I Tar Newcomb a famous specialist, fairies.
And men came to our office several days I who was called from (
the Importance of using not abusing civil practice by
"Hut whet do think happenedto '
In time In
stared the
open-moutlied amaz unt as history of this famous the Oov..rnm..nt to help fight tho dreaded you
his time for hours and years lost ago and told us he had twenty-five men I 111..***.... Influenza, me?" niked the
bis captain and Corporal l Jones con ninnnxtery the dogs, during the war. wa stationed at sun.
early In life are rnorl costly than If versed In familiar tones about "driving had 1 to be slaughtered 1 for want of (mmml. He taken immediately with this distributed malady In one an ample day. I Camp by : Lila score. where every Is "snld.lie statue men d that I... "The npnts." snld, the fairies.

lost In later life when the mind has home together next Sunday and then supply of No. 101 Tonic among them aft rlfl . post modem. the many "Yes." said Mr. Nun "u,,- spots. nra

passed Its formative stage and habits shook hands cordially at parting Boys Who "Mske Good and there was not a fatality In they I ca physicians m were .handled aitrnrd alike Unit: hardly two freckles-f reck! ." on the' facu fIttI"\ ,

have become fixed. Time Is the Probably not 1 per cent of the suece twentyfive.The I At this wrltlntf no certain cure has sun. Jint fancy that Mr. Sun wot'
I been found for Influenza.
qulntesceoce of democracy. To every Tomorrow.It ful I I do b.. All one can this receiver. of a number nt frecklesduring
men In the world today gave 1 Is careful and at the first sign-
human being king or commoner, emperor evidence formula by which this Tonic II headache backache. arhlnv joints. that the very hot season' Isn't
Is said that tomorrow never any of having great ability made la given to the public, so it cannot tired, (llstloss (o Ilnir and bad
or serf, It deals out with even comes, being Invariably separatedfrom when they were "kids.. The prodigiesdo be listed as a secret nostrum. It cold-la! to take l-lauk'n Chill Tonic In that u Juke on me? Hut I don't mind.
bind 21 hours a day neither more nor make moiirate, doses for a few days and In It's been n record.. -breaking hot wave"
not The
today by anything from a full 24 good. "exceptional"youngster contains Iron which is for the bioodi; j' connection use Plonk's Eucalyptus Oil
less. Time la the chisel given each hours down to a fraction of a second, In school seldom conquers Quinine, which Is deadly to the influenza Spralotn to sterllUe the throat and nasal Ami] learned men they call nclentlsw
one of us to carve our monmumeat.R he has which thor S took pictures of Mr. Sun and his
and then In a wink suddenly springing after entered reel life ; hut the germ and Magnesia : ( can be had without trouble at
C. Forbes; upon IM but at the same time changing plain fellow of common sense, slow to oughly open the bowels. Sold through your drufffrUt .In,..... ]5 freckles I
slow out the South wholesale and retail And 60/ cents. years Plank's
Into today. Here U an Interesting to become enthused, slowto by Chill Tonic has been a favorlto house
Pointer for Charity Seekers.Don't . thing about tomorrow: "Yesterday today nuke companions and slow to give' druggists and drug dealers. I hold remedy and during the last epidemic What It Meant.

write begging letters. They'retoo'easily was tomorrow ; and tomorrow today them up--th" fellow who sticks to a The G. B. Williams Co. 'I saving It was undoubtedly casvs the where maana doe of* Sunday School Teacher-What doe I
ttrown Into the waste bas will be yesterday." This will be Job until It Is finished that Is the fellow utarlure.r.r.a.1.vo"u:3. : : not bo had. Man this verse mean where It says : "And]

ket. If your charity U worthy call In understood more readily by placing a v.hIn! after life rules and reg- j';I' eratlva Company only by Manufacturing the Tropical' Co-op t'bar- the lot fell upon Jonah?'
ulatcs the sffalr of this lltn green Quit man, Georgia I maclsts. Jacksonville, Fla-aj/, j IJflLa Uarvle: -t oueaa. It aeon St.
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FEBRUARY 28 1919.f .

CLAY HILL Mr and Mrs. D. W. Moore and I McLeod. Mrs. Dave Dukes and Miss Rawls, !. vile. visited' Mra. J. M. Mannjast,

Bradford County! Telegraph; ; I daughter, Daisy, were visitors to i Mrs.: A. V. Ellis, of Bland, was.In i, I of Alnchua, spent several days last Thursday.
Clay II ill,_Feb. 28.-The rain Sal : Starke Saturday. Daisy stayed over I town Tuesday morning. week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bart Norma Dekle spent and the Mrs.week-end
c:: Mr. P. P.
with her parents,
unlay afternoon was a disappointment : aril re-entered school. I Capt. C. McClenny: of Alnchutwa Stevens.
r' Published Weekly and entered as neend of Five Mile.
Woodmen Circle met in regular
to the Clay Hill folks. K. :M. King, of Jacksonville, spent in town Tuesday. The
}' ; 'e claaa matter at the post-office at l We are glad to report that Mrs. 11.' the week-end here with his family. Mrs. N. E. Taylor and Mrs. G. W order Saturday and Mrs. Fletcher was Rev. and Mrs. G. W. S. Ware and

"t Starke, Florida. I B. Hudson is on the road to recover!; Fishing seems to be the order of I S. Ware were in Lake Butler one dllY initiated into the mysteries of the or daughter, also Mrs. Taylor, of Worth-

_-_.._. -_ -h .1 U. B.! Padgett and little Hon, Clyd<( the day here now. I. last week der. Delicious refreshments were ington, visited Mrs W. M. Overstreet
--------. Brillis\ Hires died Tuesday mornin, served. | lust week.
Editor and Owner were visiting in Highland Friday.I.
I, CROSBY LAKE with influenza.C. Clara Belle Brown, of Miller: wasa H. Blake, of Jacksonville, is greeting
;M. Carter was visiting our
I. C. ROBINSON, Associate Editor. burg Tuesday C. Carroll, of Jacksonville, waiS visitor to Luke Butler Friday. his many friends in town.

I H. B.Hudson and C. B. Starlin/{ Crosby Lake, Feb. 28.-We are ha- i in town :Monday night. Mrs. John Alderman and children, I W. J. Epperson and wife motoredover
were visiting in this community Illst jag some wet weather on the lakes at I Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Taylor visited of Jacksonville, visited relatives last from. Starke Saturday and attended .
", 919 FEBRUARY 1919; Thursday evening. this time. :Most everybody is going; I :Mrs. Taylor's mother at Bland Sunday of the week. the chatauqua.

M1t' eUK. .o.-rilV" I [=MU I .... I aAiM :::) I Hardce Padgett/ was transactin fishing I I afternoon.Mr. I Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Julian, I Mrs. Raiford and sister, Miss Lucy
J. C. Manning and John Thornto : K. M. Heaves, of Dukes was 1 In the
.. business in Highland Saturday ever were visitors to town Friday. Perry, of Raiford, attended cha-
.. -.- --1- -'t- ing. were callers at P. II. Bryant Sunda 1 town :Monday afternoon.Gus Mrs. Maude Fletcher, of Jackson 1 tauqua Saturday afternoon.
:Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McEwen and afternoon.The Cox, of Gainesville, visited his
23456 7 children, Myrtle and Flossie, of Glen stork visited the home of brand I cousin, Miss Sallie Cason Saturda
St. Mary, spent a few days with the Mrs. B. S. Edwards Tuesday, leaving and Sunday.
' 91011 latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. them a ten pound boy. James Blackwelder of Guilford, was
8m Starling:, returning home Sunday al! Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill wet in town Tuesday.
" ternoon.E. visiting in this section Sunday. Theo. Pinkston, of Dukes, was i In
1617 18192021 H. Carter was transacting but- H. M. McRae and family visited P. town Saturday
ness in this section Tuesday of last B. Bryant Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Spark, Miss Deadwyler anli
232125262728 week. and Mrs. Everett Lindsey, of Geoge Dendwyler, of Athens, Ga., I I Is
ri S. J, Starling was among the. vis' Jacksonville are visiting Mr. and Mr visiting Dr. and Mrs. Carefoot.
$ -- tors to Highland Friday. Lee Edwards. O. L. :Mizcll, of Dukes, was in tow Millinery
}, GUILFORD Earlft Carter passed through this :Monday.T. .
r section Saturday at noon enroute to WORTHINGTON B. Edwards, of Bradford, was i In
Guilford, Feb. 28.-The farmers ol :Maxvillc. town Monday morning.

this section are getting! ready to plant W. II. W. Carter was a caller to Worthington, Feb. 28.-Mr. and I Mr. .Miller: of Miller, was/ in tow
their crops. :Mrs Wiles Dubose, of Fort White :Tuesday ,
Supt. E. R. Poppell and Sheriff Ep! I.uwtey: Myrtle Wednesday.Miss Starling was the gUl'st visited their uncle, S. W. Dubose, Sat"- I J. D. Cottrell, of Gainesville was Our Spring line consists of all

e person, of Starke, were in this com of MUses!! Edith and Effie Starling on urday. Iin town Thursday night. '
munity Tuesday. Saturday evening.E. Miss Edith Williams spent the week :Mrs Connie Rimes, of Alachua, 1 Is that is beautiful in hats
Mrs. Mary Waters and daughters,,I II. Carter and son, Henry, mad end with her parents, Mr. and Mri I visiting her parents this week. every
Mrs. Annie Bullotte and Mrs. .'linnieAnderMon business trip to Jacksonville.Miss Wiley Williams. Mr. Shackleford, of Lake City, was t
s of Lulu, passed through a Alice Prescott, of Starke, was :Messrs. Dewey and Elmer Fralic in town Thursday night. conceivable shape and all col

here Thursday enroute to Worthington. .I a guest of friends and relatives in thi were among the business visitors her I Wiley Williams had a very seriou
Th'ursday. spell of malarial neuralgia early 1Ion.morninlt. ':
I section during the past week. ors. Call and see them.Knight's .
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Muttox, of Earl Carter was a visitor to Stark J. V. Edwards passed through her 'day ,
Lulu? passed through here enroute to Tuesday Monday enroute to Lake Butler. Mrs. J. M. Rogers spent Saturda f

Worthington Springs. S. .J. Starling was a caller to the Misses. Kate Roberts and Ida Wit. with her uncle, S. W. Dubose.
if; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Williamson I home of Geo. E. Wilkinson Saturda; hams were the guests of Miss Annie! Rev. G. W. S. Ware returned Tuesday .

r spent the week-end in Worthington./ afternoon. McLeod Sunday. from an appointment at Bosticl, f MillineryStarke !
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Douglass/ and A. W. McEwen was a visitor to W Prof. C. B. Hayes, teacher at Per and Starke. I
children motored over to Worthington A. Starling Sunday morning. severance was in town Sunday. I Earl Dukes, of Dukes, was in tow:
l I Springs: and were guests at the birthday H. S. Starling was a visitor to Wesley Williams has been very sick] :Monday. FloridaBOOST '
dinner of J. D. Douglass./ Highland Saturday afternoon. this week with an attack of malaria _a ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kerce were fever. LAKE BUTLER
driving around Saturday afternoon. HIGHLAND) Little Alta and Fale Rogers wen
e Master Jacob Clemons, who is at visitors at the home of Wiley Wil! Lake Butler, Feb. 28.-Mrs. S. 1 1 I.

t work with Thomas Dicks, spent theN Highland, Feb. 2 .-H. A. Owen arrived Hams last week. Hendrix is ill at this writing.
week-end with his father, James here from Hawthorne. Wednes Bun Clark and wife, of Ellisvil Truby Willis and family have moved,

demons near Lulu. Jay to begin! his new duties as second spent Saturday night with their! out on the farm.
I 11 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Douglass attend trick operator with the S. A. L. Ry. daughter, Mrs. N. E. Taylor.S. Cora Spires, of Midway, entered our
.% i. ed cHurch at Swift Creek Saturday M. F. Johns was a business visito W. Dubose has been remodeling school Monday
the few weeks. of Raiford visited A.
and Sunday to: Baldwin Wednesday. his dwelling past Jim Dowling, ,
I Rev. Rhoden filled his regular appointment Mills Saleta Mercer visited her par Mrs. Jim Nessmith spent Sunday: E. Proctor Sunday. '==-

( at Swift Creek Saturday (pnta, Mr. and :Mrs F. A. Mercer, at with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. I Jennings/ Dupree visited his wife

and Sunday. Hawthorne, for the week-end. and son Sunday.Dr. '
I. js l !Mrs. I.. M. Ellen e1
'M" rr of Nebo, passed through here enroute ers were visitors to Starke Thursday. over to Lawtey the last of the week.
i to Swift Creek church. Mrs II. C. Wimberly and Miss Eth For a hog to be profitable he must I Nathan Gainey has been visiting Mail
y W. R. Alderman, wife and children (pi Ricks were shopping in the metrop bo kept growing from birth to mar friends in town this week. your orders to a Florida House
t attended church at Swift Crek Saturday I oils Wednesday. keting age. lIe cannot be pro table i, Little Ella Mae Strickland is suf.

and Sunday '. Mr. Brubaker inspector of post of- unless he is healthy. He can always: feting from tonsilitis. Our Service has given us National prominenceOUR
Miss' Bessie Hall of Suwannee'county flees was business visitor here Fri be in a proftt-producng condition if hi I Lake Butler is rejoicing over the!
in visiting her sister, Mrs., is fed B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder. W< home coming of Kinney Townsend'
day. I
Mamie Alderman. 'I It. C. Chance visiteiL friend* at Max positively tell you that this remedy who has been in the service of Uncle i
prevents cholera, removes worms and Sam in the navy.
ville Sunday.
BRADFORD Riley Johns spent the week-en cures thumps. If the p'owder does not The many friend. of Mrs. II. N. FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY

I with his parents at Baldwin. make good we will. Sold byJ. i Stanton are grieved to learn of her illness -
Bradford Feb. 28.-W. M. Andreu Leslie Griffis spent Sunday with relatives . C. Manning, Starke. during the past few days Everything' in BOOKS
who has boon stationed at Charleston,,' nt Maxville. Douglass & Knight; Lalce Butler. Homey Dekle spent Saturday evening LEADING I

l S. C., is home now with an honorable Mr. Dynl, of Fernandina representative W. Li Overstreet Lawtey. I : nnd Sunday with :Marcus Dckli Complete Office Outfitters
!!. dmthurge. of Stringfellow-Padgett: Co., A. D. Andrews, Raiford.J. at FiveIile.: LINES
I'" Wesley Williams passed through: I was transacting business here Sntur- V. Jones, Hampton.-Adv. :Mrs. :Mattio Crews, of Guilford, ut Toys and Athletic Goods
r here !Monday enroute to Brooker. day. I tended the O. E. S. meeting Tuesday
Jim Molt: in our community on Remarkable Linguist.' I afternoon
and,I daughter,
C. Wimberly
:Mrs. II. :
Thursday. I :Miss Winifred went to Jacksonville The greatest of linguistic geniuses I The writer l is glad to note that Artists, Surveyors and Draftmen's Materials
through here on undoubtedly) fJIum-ppe MI'Zolantt.who \ able to be out
Leon Dukes passed Saturday where !Miss Winifred waR was : :Mrs. Mattie Markey is
I Wednesday enroute to Grahnm. I Miou-PSRfiilly operated on for tonsilitia, tiled In 1810. Not only' could the again 'after a few days' illness. KODACS, Photographic Supplies
S. C. Andrcu Is visiting: his parents returning home !Monday wonderful. Italian read 00 or (00 dlffiTint I Lake Butler is on the build just now
here this week. I I' besides ninny dla- :Miss Whitworths" und Thermos
i I II. L. Itlnck was a business visitor MKUHKCS I -go down near Bottles, Safety Razors
Truby Willis. wns a business visitorin here Tuesday.Oias. tact*, .hlll! In- could l nlsi spenic 1 ami, write Miss Harrison's home and see the new

our section Wednesday Stafford visited friend In them v.lth iixtiiiiNliInK HIIIMH-.V It wanointt'inliil smokehouse. We carry complete stock in all our lines
!Miss Blanche Andri'u was n visitorto I Baldwin Sunday. tluil Mwziifiintl' mold 1 eon I Aaron Bailey spent Saturday and

t lirooker Thursday morning!, n.! W. Parker wus in Lawtey Sun verse. \vitli nnllvi-M of iiriivtlcnlly( ever Sunday with his family. Printers
N. G. Nuyc was in Lake Bujler on Quart'p of tinBlnlif I I Jim Adkins and daughter, Miriamof : Lithographers, Engravers ,
Monday.Mrs. lay. ..- - New River, motored over to Lakt .
visited friends
:Mettle Barry is still improving :Max Saturday.Wimberly Colds Cause Grip and Influenza Butler Tuesday. Manufacturers of Loose Leaf SystemTN f

from her sickness. --- LAXATIVE!:BROMO QUININE Tablet remove the Lake Butler is having plenty oi
t Grandma Baxter is on the sick list TIIERESSAMiss e.u.... There la only one "Brorao Quinine." amusement nowadays. The merry-go ,
this week. E.W.GROVE'S signature on box. :30o. round is here, together: with other en e?

George Parrish was attending to :\ Florence Hall spent Saturday .-. tertainments. Be sure and come to 1
business in the Pine Hill section last md Sunday at Waldo, guest of her Lake Butler this week. ,
$ Thursday. sister, Mrs. P. M. Geiger.Mr. COFFINS CASKETSAnd Mrs. Mollie Osteen is ill at her ,
. Miss Ruby Parrish was the guest of and Mrs. Jim Phillips returned a full line of home in West Butler. If Boo :4NO ART S TOtlC (
y \ bliss -Ruth Ward Tuesday night. home one day last week from Larkins, Undertakers' Supplies Fred Owens is a visitor to Lake ,
Mrs. G.- II. Newsom was in Brooker where they the winter. Butler this week.
i$ Wednesday morning shopping. S. B. Woodard spent was among the visi- Automobile Hearse. i Vernon Edwards was a visitor to'' 45.49 W. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.
A. A. Hazen passed through here ors to the county seat Saturday.J. Always on hand. The best ;town Monday. i
Wednesday night enroute to Worth J. Collins, of Lakeside was in our vice at the lowest prices. "I'I I Miss Esther King and friend, Mrs.!

ington. urg Monday. attention to telegraph order.. Dormany, of Fitzgerald, Ga., spent I
George Parrish has purchased a IIrs..Iadison\ :\ Hall was a business Saturday and Sunday with Dr. Seeber '
Ford.W.. visitor to Gainesville the first of the Registered Embalmer King and Mrs. II. L. Fowler, returning .'
M. Andreu and sister, MissBlanche reek. to their homes Monday morning.
were guests of Mrs. C. H. Miss\ Estelle Woodard returned to DeWITT C. JONES John Thompson, the accomplished
Newsom, of Pine Hill. Friday. her home last Friday from Jacksonville Starke Fla. character actor, gave an Interestingand '

;\ Earl Dukes was in our community where she spent n few days llur.Inll laughable program at the High Quigley Lumber
Saturday. the week with relatives. School auditorium Tuesday evening.
-r I W. M. Andrcu and mother attended Mrs. II. I). May spent Saturday and Lake Butler was made to feel sad
church at Brooker Saturday. Sunday at Waldo, guest of friends. igain when death claimed Mr. Brit
Master: Guy Sullivan had the mis- Hires( of Dukes. He was among Bradford .
Mabry: Harrcll was attending to &
best and noblest Co.
load of( young Supply
ortune to fall oft' a wagon
k business in Brooker Saturday. IS YOUR LIFE men.
vood one day last week both wheels: :
P Miss Cecil Reborn, who has been running across his foot at the anklet :Mrs. J. R. Chastain will entertain
i, visiting relatives at High Springs, returned is thought: that perhdps the bones I INSURED? for her friend. Mrs. W. M. Overstreet
home Friday. fractured.C. at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs.

Miss Ruby Parrish requests all who A. Voungblood) was a visitor to Overstreet will soon leave for Palat- AGENTS FORFairbanksMorse
,' are taking part In the entertainment itarke Saturday I REPRESENT THE (a, her future home.
i r to meet here at the Bradford schoolhouse R. M. Hersey and family spent aft'w That progressive farmer Dock
I for practice. The entertainmentwill days recently at Lake Butler with Drews of New River, was greeting

i be held Friday night before the clatlves and friends. CO. OF N. Y., THE friends in town Saturday. &CoKEROSENE
fifth Sunday in March. K. B. Woodard, of Jacksonville,, I Math Roberts was among the visi-
# I The union meeting will convene here pent the week-end here with his parnts OLDEST COMPANY :ors to town.Ionday.:\ .
a i the fifth Sunday in March. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard. Martin Rimes was in town Satur ,
Alton Green, of Starke spent Satirday
Rev. !M. A. Woodard was the guest I
Mrs. A. :M. Mrs. R. A.
here at the homef
of C. M. Andreu morning. and Sunday ,
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. I Weeks ,and l Mrs. F. A. Scott, of
Arthur Edwards and sister, Georgia Hinson. I JOS. E. WILSON Starke, attended the chatauqua Saturday
attended church at Brooker Sun. afternoon.
I Mrs. Hugh Norton had the mi"for-
day. une one day the last of the week to Johnnie and Truman Rimes spent
Remember Sunday school every all off the doorsteps and break hl'rarm Saturday and Sunday, guests of Mrs. ANDCRUDE
afternoon at 3:30. A. C. Strickland.D. .
Sunday just above the wrist. She was .
f.: W. S. Nabb and I.. L. Morgan were ('arric.l to Gainesville :Monday where A Tonic Laxativethat W. Borum spent Sunday with
\ in Worthington Sunday morning. hey could examine her arm with an iiis family.
raj. I 111 remove the bile from the Liver and :Marcus Dekle spent Sunday with
:Mr. Shirley and son, Jesse, passed C-ray. cleaiue theSynem THOROUGHLY without griping
or disturbing tie stomach U truly a Perfect Laa.I his parents Mr. and Mrs.. P. P. Dekle,
through here Sunday enroute to I We had a general downpour of rain I ad".. it Five Mile.
i k Worthington. hpre for about two hours Saturday
I LAX.FOS WITH PEPSIN Arch Proctor was a visitor to Sapp
Geneva Harrell is numbered with fternoon. Ie I the name of s Reliable and Perfect Laxative Tuesday. .
the sick this week. I I Daniel Batten, of Jacksonville, was which toon relieve Sick Headache Dttilneaa.IndUeMlon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Guy, of Jacksonville I

Miss Ruth Ward was the guest of a business visitor here a few days re- i II,< a Torpid.Stomach Liver and Trouble.Conttipattoo.Ca* and Always Piles canoed OM. spent Sunday with Mr. ,and .a.
I Miss Blanche Andreu Sunday morn.' ently, returning home Sunday after. Reliable Laxative to the treatment of Cokia GrIp Mrs. Guy. .

d ing. oon. I sadinausuaLI II. L. Sprinkle returned to Jacbsoqrill. ,
Wonder what\ .d1 ",.la\ter without The .eat Stpping which we wereo I Teoto LAX-rOS Laxative WITH..ttfSM........1 la b a Ita Liquid effort DUeetlv oo the Wednesday morning; tngtpred j ': ;; :
Syuera. both a ton to and .. a laxaii**. its Howard of Dukes :
.4 county commissioners 'They must have" $ ttturdaj w av.postponed be. lust..cowl!! for n Children aa fat Adulu. ........t I J. H, ;. ..
have forgotten the road between aoiv4hey decided thai. (bev were not U>takarchUdra like tt. lOa.I aver to Lake Butler Friday. ..?. .Prnadsd f I .! ,.!bt r '1a'I| w .
{[Brooker and Worthington. They are lurtV ready yet. B* ww about the I Made &reeaanimded] to tile maaatectann public bv Paris elErov Virgil Brown and wife attended the ? t

i sL.becoming. impassable. hing next time, please. iiTuCtal.i chiU t roalao") chatauqua Thursday evening. ,
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I months service as a captain in the

medical iorp of the army, has been
Bits of LocalInformation ,dljj i hojioraMy discharged from further _
service(' and reached home a few days J1\
1ftJ ago. The doctors s.rviceVI..!< altogether I
in large base hospitals, having
:accommodations\! for 1500 to JJOO: Spring line of charming new
patients, and he specialized] in ,dis I / \
Cww .whtf Qmr T ve>*) .. Duln.aa a I TI eases of the ear, eye, nose and throat. \ model hats of unique combinations
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While ho has not yet definitely decided \ <__. \\\III;/ that show the touch of artistic workmanship -
) for the future he thinks
I on plans \\ .
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L.. -- II -'".. --"... it probable] he will remain in Starko --;-_ / : is the most complete line

and do only an ofllce practice. r! rJ" of millinery ever shown. All styles. .
Home cured meat. J. F. Kickliter I'or "Sure-Nun"= Bargains go to1"1ump' %

-.------ - ",. He hm just what" you are AH winter goods going at actual \ f { lk ,..$ Brims turned, flared and tilted in the i-
looking for.
Miss Jacksonville.A Cassie. White spent Tuesdayin cost at Sternberg's. CwtE! '. t ,', ::..: most becoming shapes with hero and

:Mrs. Laura W. Blizard, of Athens, there facings of exquisite materials.

beautiful line of Ladies and Tenn., who has: been visiting at the Prices on our Groceries are Goodies t r-' Whatever there is of charm I ta

Misses new Summer Hats Just received home of her brother, J. W. White, IdlTuesday down for Live Oak where she will the kind .f in women's and misses' hats
at Sturi).. staples and be convinced-Cash newness ,
r- spend a few days before returning that m-e-l-t
home. Department Store.A our millinery department may be depended -
$25 set of buggy harness only $1 i.50 in your (' 4\\
at Starke Hardware Co. mouth 111 on to show it and have it
Florida and N. C. peanut seed, chufas telegram was received Tuesdayby a
-- I for less than elsewhere. We
-lichr. priced
Bliss Mrs. J. M. Alvarez saying; that hor
sweet corn, all varieties
W. B. Young was a business visitorto 0, r t,,,
Jacksonville and Rose No. .1 Irish potatoes at J. F. brother, John R. Sharpe, had landedat er? \ call your' special attention to our
MondayFresh Kickliter-The Seed Store. 21-2t Newport News, Va., and being in a uits anddoughnuts
casual company he could not get a that just 0( ) present collection.
garden seeds at Kickliter's. :2t He will ]leave in few days
furlough. a
I). Boree, of Jacksonville, was i in keep you hanging
Starke Tuesday en route to Wauchula] for California where he will join hi. 'round the pantry- 1 r
Mr. Mrs. VV. B. Harvard the N.i STERNBERG
and spent to look after property interests. He family. John was injured on all made with !
in Waldo with relatives.] affair by
Sunday eighth day of the Argonne '
i in
has lately acquired more property
ravine beneath two CALUMETEAKINQ f
Wauchula] and goes there to make falling In a deep Starke Florida ;
Get our prices on coffee. We can boxes of ammunition he was carrying ,
some improvements. POWDERthe
save you money. J. F. Klckliter. It. while his machine gun company advanced 1.
to prepare for an attack. Ho safest, purest most
I Linseed; Oil $2.2.; value economical 1 kluj. Try
Here's a big bargain-$20 saddle for regular has been in several hospitals] one especially it ill ivaaway bake-day
$15 at Starke Hardware Co. for $1.19-Starke HardwareCo. for ]log and arm cases, but failure- .

I, his ]left shoulder] is so badly injured You save when you buy it.
" T. D. Dyal], of the Grnham section, that his full recovery is doubtful. He You Suva when you use it.riliirmtcnnt.ilnnonlyaurh.
was tmnsacting business in Starke was much disgusted that after being NEW MANAGEMENT
t Wednesday. A son was born to !Mr. and Mrs showered( with every known kind of i. iiredicnts officially as have hy birnnmirovoj Iho
Henry Thomas, of Lake Park, Ga., shell, bullet nnd gas he should, as ho U t>. 1*'uuu Authorities.\

.\' dig sale of remnants at Sternberg's. Sunday, February 23rd. Mr. Thomas expressed it, "find 1 his finish in n HIGHEST SBS5J' .
formerly lived in the Dukes section, discharged
measly] ditch. Since being :
I Bradford county. The new arrival] from the hospital] Mr. Sharpe hall been The Fireproof Garage will
I has been named James Lafayette of the personnel at headquarters of
J. M. Tatum and Miss Lucile Tatum Thomas. embarkation headquarters No. 1 at St' hereafter be in charge of Mr.J. .
and Mrs. J. U. Davis were visitors to =Xazuire, France. t

Jacksonville Friday. Kelly Axes, $1.75:;, going at

Bargains arriving at Stump's every $1.23; at Starke Hardware Co. RAIFORO E Simmons, an expert auto

day. Raiford, Feb. 28.-Sheriff Epperson trouble mechanic with a '
All 25 cent ,gingham going at' of Starkp, passed through here on hiM spe- .

Miss Edith Warren, of Jacksonville,119 cents-Saturday and Monday way to the State Farm Saturday of
spent the week-end with her parents,' cial knowledge battery
-at Sternberg's.A Levi! Dyal, of Fernnndina, was a
Mr. and Mrs II. S. Warren.
business visitor in town Wednesday.A. rNGoa
'I O troubles and charging. An
Men's blue serge suits, $22.50 number of new pupils have just D. Andrews and son, W. 11. Jr., c
the school. Among visitors to Starke Thursday.
entered Starke
value, being closed out at $11.9>-> I were batterieswill
I them are Louise and Wilson Hayes Narvclle Hall made a trip to Jacksonville outfit for charging
at Sternberg's.Mr. j Pasco Rowe, Parley Davis, Victor Friday.
-- Davis, Robert Strong, Leila Forsyth, Mrs. George Campbell and little -- ----- be installed. For first class

and Mrs Frank Tomlinson, of Lucile Forsyth, Oswell Green, Gussiu son, Carl, of Jacksonville, with :Mr.Hulsi.or I .
Lake Butler, visited at te home of I Green and Brittain Rosier. ]" of Ohio, visited nt the homeof CLASSIFIED work to theFireproof'
Supt. E. R. Poppell last week.' A. D. Andrews Friday and Satur I go
I =New Silks arriving at Stump's every
day of !lust week.
After this week our laundry basket day.
:Miss I'erla'Whitten] who is attending
will leave on Tuesday instead of -- ONE ('KM: A WORn Poll PAC: II 1SSUK.
Wednesday. J.o'. Kickliter. It. i 25;:; sacks seed potatoes, Red Bliss, at school] at Staike, spent the weekend CASH I IN ADVAM GarageStarke

.- . '-- --..---- .. |special prices. Cash Department here with her parents. ArfvertiiiemenU Innertrd uniltir thin{ head
Miss Eunice Robinson, of Jacksonville I Store. :Mrs. W. II. Raiford and III tl'rIi..s: I must be paid In advance. No ailvertliipinentfur
on. Inerrtlon ......t... fur b.. than 25
spent the week-end l in Starke I Lucy Perry, were visitors in Luke ..n&.. Forlnitancei A 10-word adtertUemenl Florida
with !Mr. and :MM. J. C .Robinson. i II. C. Harper will preach at Antioch Huller Saturday to the 'hntall'lllil.| one lneirtlnn wilt be 25 cvnUf If for more ,

church of Christ Saturday night i I :Miss :Mattie Lattimer, of hazel] than one Innertinn will h. rhargpd fur at 1 .
New f ladies waists, voile<< and 8unlayIarch: 2nd and :3rd nnd hurst Ga., is visiting her aunt, :Mrs rent a word. Nothing charged.
probably will continue for the work, 'V.1.: Whitten, for few weeks. . dock, but we bought IIII'm11'111'\ and, .
de chine andgeorgette a -- -- - .
organdie, crepe :N. C. OK 1 n.OKIIIA! nil.N.NKK::;/ : PEANUT -
lie is an able] man and all would doI Marcus Brown and Leroy Smith, of TO CATTLE OWNI-JtH-1f: your will Hell them tii our customers on a :. :Slitpand {:
,f at Sternberg's.L. I well to hear him. Everybody cordially ] I.nwtcy, with Captain Bryan, of cows need expert attention after clcmo ninrgin of piofit.' Corno early!
l invited to attend. gut piik. For inane ,lintu ,iiecentitnca and cash
Stnrke, were' in town Sunday. giving birth see J. A. Jamison, 11 your
Jr. returned home on ANDKKWH&SOM: with order I furnLh the N. C. or :
1 A. Davis ------- In Ktiirke. Reliable! references given. '' .1. W. can
Monday from Fernamlinu, where he lU'uutiftil ginghams, 35; cent :Mrs. Mays, of Gainesville, was the :L'-L'B-tf.:! :!-I-t.:! :! Sturke, \Flu.COTTON Florliln !Runner Seed, 1"'llnutsIt Six I .
l of
had been on business for a few days. i town Sunday in the interest . _. --. ; bushel] f. '
;I value going)\ at 21! cents Saturdayand Y. W. C A. drive and gave a shortatldresM - rents |per pound ($1.rO l per )

$1.00 Hoes now selling for 79! ;Monday at Sternberg'sNew nt the Baptist church.K. -- CAltisill' THANKSWe : tr= <>, h. Lowell. Fin. .

I P. West returned from his tripin If.I. II,' I., MWii.L: FLA.
;;f cents at Starke Hardware Co. __ !:
seeds for spring planting, including Georgia Thursday.Rev. wish to thank the people of
] ; corn, beontehufas, N. C. pea : E. C. Wells filled his regular Starke and the surrounding communities ,mmDcJ.: ) idDtDtDIlCDDOaEtDfl5CDBD)( ( ) ( < I(
O. H. Spencer left Sunday after called nuts and all kinds of vegetable] seedsat appointment at the Baptist church on for their many kindnesses during LOV. ,r.Y'S: c< FULLER'SI
noon for Cheraw, S. C.. being) White's. 2142t. Sunday, morning and evening. the sickness and after the .death of rj
illness of his : HUSH CANDirS
there by the serious News reached here Sunday of the our son and brother, W. K.: Tillis. WHILE HOLDING [I
father. Mrs. Marion: Kerr Proctor, of Sum- death of T. J. West, doubly bereaving U. C. Tulle and, Family. Come 'I I o .

merfield, arrived in Starke Saturday. the family, who ]lost their father n INSURE WITH tt
Men's ril-bcd underwear, special :Mrs. Proctor has been a popular and W. A. BESSENT

price $1.10 a suit at Sternberg's. efficient teacher in several of the short while ago./ CARD Ol' THANKS attnmf ctrarlmmt'tr' t7rttneuImalmmrtu( : I
schools of Marion county, and the I Tate P. Denmark who has been on J. R Davis & Co.ewmt -
Bradford County High Is fortunate in a furlough home for three weeks, left We wish to thank those who so (hove'. T "telo.. chill Tonic

securing her services as one of the for camp Sunday afternoon.R. kindly assisted us during the death STARKE, FLORIDA 'Ior.nllallty anti ennrily by ixirUytat aod eu-
Just received-Full line of automo teachers in the High School depart- J. Andrews and Miss Allen, of and burial of our child, H. E., and tlchloiJ! the) bluul./ You can anon ,.. It*
bile tires and inner tubes, M. Leviton, ment. Jacksonville, spent the day Sunday especially Dr. Mann for his. never. enlotl, lovlKuratlnit EfTn.1. Price oar

Agent, Starke. 221tf. with relatives.] failing efforts to relieve him during !

We carry the Gonsard Corsets and J. H. Ritch has been called home by his sufferings.MR. I
L. A.
,, G. W. and E. M, Hazen, Brassiere. Stump's.Men's the illness of his wife and two of his and MRS. T. A. DUKES.
Brown and L. R. Gainey, of Brooker Starke,, children. I INSURE WITH
were transacting business in
blue serge suits $15.00 Mrs. H. W. Raiford and sister Miss

Monday. value, at $10.98 at Sternberg's.Cards i Perry, spent several days in Jacksonville HORSES: .-AND. MULES: I I JO& E. WILSON

If you are looking for bargains you this week. We have shipped another drove of STARKE, FLORIDA"
will find them at Stump's.The have been received here announcing I Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs took horses and mules purchased from the I
the marriage of Miss Sun- advantage of the 22nd and spent the overnment; and they are being offered GENERAL INSURANCE
many friend. of S. T. Johns olia] Vaughn to Mr. George Elwyn week-end in Lake City with friends. at prices ranging from $100 to FIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILE"A I
will be pleased to learn that he has Harter in Nashville, Tenn., february11th. Miss Carrie McKay was caller] to $190. This is an extra fine lot of .,
been placed on the police force of Mr. and Mrs. Harter will beat Jacksonville on business Tuesday and
Jacksonville. home at Hotel] Norwood Toledo] Wednesday. --
Ohio, after March 1st. Mrs Harteris .
G Inch Stovepipe 30 cent value pleasantly] remembered here as a NKW= RIVER

Starke Hardware member of the High School facultytwo I .
19 cents- years ago, and a large circle of I New River, Feb. 28.-Mrs. Calhoun Full .
Co. Starke friends will wish her much i Barry and little son of Lake Butler,, Receipt

happiness. have been visiting Mrs. W. J. Thomasthe
The W. T. C. U. will meet next past week.J. .
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Special sale on Men and Ladies J. Thomas and C. C. V/ynn made

Methodist church. All members are Spring Shoes at Cash Department a short business trip to :Macon, Ga.,,
urged to attend. Sunday, turning Tuesday.Mr. .
I Store. and Mrs. Jesse Thomas spent Thai is what you have, (for every bill of account you pay by check. You don I even

Yard wide LL unbleached Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mary need to make a memorandum of the payment. The bank keeps the account for you. '
'.rd Give the mule a new collar. $3.85 Thomas. ,
cents ,
30 a
worth y
value for only $2.75. Starke Hardware Miss Talatha Melvin] spent Saturday -

but Sternberg's.costs you only 20 cents yardat Co.Miss I liams.and Sunday with Mrs. E. C. Wil Your Cash Always BalancesYou j jor

Emma Darby returned home I :Miss Wilma Thelma] and Estelle]
returned froma Monday after a very pleasant] trip to with their sU-
recently Parker spent Saturday
F. F. Stump I have trouble" hunting receipts, and receipted, bills. Just call on the bank
buying trip to New York and reports New York with her uncle, Mr. Chas. ter. :Mrs E. C. Williams. up
the purchase of lots of bargainsfor Darby, and cousin Miss Dorothy :Misses Carrie and Jessie Hall, of ( your check, and you have the.. evidence complete I

his customers. Darby, of Jacksonville. Miss Darby Lake Butler, spent a very pleasantday v
says that New York is already making last Sunday, guests/ of Miss Nellie This bank solicits your deposits, law or small, and invites you to pay your bills, through i

Auto Oil, 80 cent value for 59 preparations the reception of Thomas. it.*" It's the SAFE
Division which is ex- way. I
Co..,. the Rainbow :Mrs.. Barry returned home Monday
cents-Starke Harware pected to arrive from France in early I night, accompanied by her mother,
.-- spring, and that the reception to this Mrs. Mary Thomas. We pay 4 per cent on laving accounts, compounded quarterly. Place your Liberty

Mrs. J.1.. Alvarez has returned division is sure to be a memorial' : ] We have been having plenty of rain Bonds and other valuables in a safety deposit box, cost is tmoll.
home after a visit to Gainesville,, event. I for the past week

where she attended( the executive W.1.. Parker and little] grandson,, -
... board meeting of the U. D. C. A splendid] line of Ladles' Oxford Lonell Williams, were in our burg
and Pump in latest styles at F. F, Sunday. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

Just''arrived-new liae of arrow Stump' t A: Everybody seems busy getting ..

soft collars!flit Sternberg'iB. .I ready to Ret I in an early, crop. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold I
I Y .. i" :-; '1iJ l Scia.4>Hce on Men's : ..
Mrs. Z:' J. Roberta afterss'Dentffifg| tnt, overalls; *!terAlso La4Je4Garments >n Q-..... That DOM IM Affect Tb Ik**) a.:' .:.'...<3 ESTABLISHED 18B9 '*, rf : I n'.n: I. II ' /, "

. j'-\the week-end with her parents Judge Ginghams, and Dress BKHM: BROMO of In QOINTNC tonic alld(Tablet teuthr" *eaa effect.b.LAXATIVE taken .. :), r sr4utxE, FLORIDA. ": '! ....II .. .01': I ',_" ," "00'11.. f
Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner, returned l by without' ..erva..n..sorrlnylntI .' I .' "
I Wand Monday to her home at n........ Goods. Cash Department Store. tbS'bs. E.W.CROVCS ttta.tvi

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WB the heading, mid then the story '
* i f.4. |,tol(> of I'.IIIy's puriliiiHlng an ex\enKlve'

1sY necklace/ of r''urls from n 'Icadlt.g jew I I

i + By VINCENT O. PERRY fler and returning It a few days Inter. Regional Director Winchcll Finds: ; Situation Is Becoming Precarious 29% Sales 1I
After his refhuded
% money luau lut-n II on
rY the and Urges Farmers :Not to Delay Till Last; Moment. '
Jeweler opened l*e box to find ( br'
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thnt u string of cheap 1'Il.'I l ) hind b enRUbMtlliitcd I :
(Copyright been Issued
by MrClure
i Syndicate. Newspaper for the pearls' and (tie The following statement hat to the press by the United I '

,I f ) young/ society tniin had deckniped.,, I,.. States Regional Director of Railways, about the fertilizer movement ::;
s ' ? 'GoI Leave nt onrel You need not teclUes here then on his trail./ "Pli'oxc' lot me cay a word" to our farmer patrons. 11 % on Investment Ii "

come ngnlnl Hero Is your ring. Must Poor ItoMettn ; she did not know hoW' "The novuial yearly moveinent of fertilizers In thin region runs from Iii ,

uer I I call father?" Rosetta bud risen from much die loved Hilly until Hint story three million to five million tons. This means, In round figures, 160,000 j''
( her choir, her chin rulsol and her mine out. It had alt been her fault. :. cailomJH to be handled.' I I Ilil

I II I eyes blailng forth Indignation. Ito :She hud allowed/ him to spend, moneyon I "Ordinarily most of this very large Item of truffle Is thrown en the lil Isn't this a reasonable profit ? ,1 '
'if, etta was very pretty when slip was her becuim! she| thought; he could, railroads In the months of January, February and March. Great activityon { ,:, 'Ii

: roused, and Itllly Wright longed tot afford! to do so, "but apparently he their part la necessary to- handle tho same well. !
i. kiss her, Hit Initend hu tor.k the ring could not and bud bin to steal' as a "By February, 10 at least 40 per colt of the whole fertilizer tonnns I Ii Ii" It is what Swift & Company"earned ;, !I

I.I I.I I ehe was extending to< him, mid with result. Why had he sent those. worthless has usually been shipped, but this year less than 15 per cent has movedBO I : I
I i. just the fulntest shrug of his shoulders pearls to her? She was too excited far; that is to Kay, the movement up to date ia about 50.000 cars short I" in 1918. "

it'; started for the door. lie loo.."d buck to dwell on thnt. of what it shoul have been f ,II' I"I"f 'J
''y Just before ho went out "It is easy for you to nee what I fear. I' 'I
How he must hntu her, !Oho! thought.: each dollar of sales
"A food of business' at the last moment cannot be moved to the 1// 1 2 cents on
All the fire of flrebnimlmil'was .
a pent-up ; She would (,<> to hii.i, share his dishonor ; :
! In the glance she gave him. for she had been to bliimi for attraction of our patrons and complaints will surely follow. We are ''j -only a fraction of a cent per II: I
anxious to avoid complaints. but it is obvious that
cannot all
we move
li The Sense of the ridiculous seized him It. She realized that Mm did not: know I I
i t and ho could nut refniln from winking where to find him, but love would find of thla tonnage at one time. In order to do the Job right it Is necessary 1, :,J pound-was too small to have :'/ J!

I'I I e at her In the most tantalizing fnslilmiImaglnnhle him, she was sure. Where the! detectives that it be well distributed! throughout the wholS three months. I''
"During the past four dye weeks conditions and II noticeable effect on prices. I .
just before lie puvxed out. hud failed! she would be niiecesnfnl. or car weather havebeen ; any ,:, ;
favorable, but the fertilizers have not moved and
" j That was the last stniw. Site Hung It was lute at night when she freely immediate III I
a herself on the nag before the grate came to this resolve, but she hastilyparked activity Is now necessary to avoid a condition which will b* serious allko- ' ( L LI
to the farmer and the railroads." I I II 11'1 i 11 % on investment capitaland ;:
and wept hyHterlciilly. It was nil ended a few thlnga In a club>bag and

1 -Hilly and she were strangers.He started out. On the stairway ah* hesi I w I surplus) means only fair re- I:, I "

had dared dictate to her find she tated. I II
I Ii would not allow him to do that until Perhaps she would'! never come bck. turns to the 25,000 shareholders;

be was her husband. Ha had said she She had not said! g"od'by to any one- I
l received 8 % dividends :,
I wan spelling herself with cosmetics Dot even to buby sinter Hnth. Oh, Improvement they II
she could not without doing C. A.. Whittle, Soil Committee, Atlanta: Ga.
'e i I fyil h wretch.) The beast I She would never that. I
peak to him again. Never! Stealthily she crept Into the nursery' Fertilizers should be applied' in bind and quantity that experience II j'

t For two weeks Ilonetta wee unhap'py. where the little sister walt bond, nan taught will bring the largest profits te the farmer. No more, no a The 1918 earnings of Swift & :
) She had told herself that she asleep. She risked tho light, for she lesa.

.' hated Kllly, but gradually she bed begun could not go away without a last sight Profits Ini cotton production largely depend vpon two fador.. labor Company were equivalent to a ,
to think that she did not. She of the dimpled face und golden curls. and fertilizers. Both are now high in price. of
1 +I could Imva forgiven anything but the She knelt down and kissed the little Cotton requires a large amount of labor, more labor than any other profit only

r wink. mouth. The child turned restloHaly general field crop. Therefore, when the cost of labor increases the i

He hnd openly defied her-th girl as u tear dropped on. her che"ktla(1In'ln" profits of cotton production decrease rapidly and are easily wiped out. I

'e: be had snld he loved She hail been the doll clasped In her chubby Because cotton ia so burdened with labor cost, it follows that profits

'' too angry, though, and had shown him II rll IH. Rosetta cried! out In surprise lit producing it depend upon Increasing the yield per acre; it depends :: $212 on Sales of $12,000
,1 that she could not control her temper ami. slipped' the doll from under the upon it more than most other crops. As a matter of fact, a. great!: dealof ;

No wonder he hnd lost his love find cMM's arum. A string of pcurlu' was tho cotton lands! of the South are hardly fertile enough to pay the labor I ,
> die t I I around Its nock-It Willi tho genuine cost of producing a crop of cotton. Therefore, fertilizers have been depended i I IIi :

neeklnee. upun to give the farmer the only profit ho could expect to get out of Ii I i Would you be content with
It dawned, upon her Instantly' lillly producInK. the crop. It is plain, tben.that to out down fertilizer applications -

haul sent her the rent necklace. In would mean simply culling down the farmers' pro l". It also seemsto that, margin of profit in yourbusiness .
her brief uliKence the child hud Innocently !". C'I'"I' 'Hint any farmer having any kind of land can not afford to I I
exchanged It for her doll's. let high; labor cost sweep away his profits through a failure to use the : ? ,
I Hilly was wrongfully accuseil. lie had nort'smiiy" amount of fertilizers. i

r not Intended to swindle the Jeweler- Fertilizers are high priced, it is true But, after all, It is not so- I
iI he was not a tube much the price as the profit-producing power of the fertilizers that shouldbe This and many other interesting ...

I IN UoHetta was! on nor way to the near- a guide Fertilizers increase yields at the lowest possible labor cost. a instructive facts are shown in our 1919 4

eat police) Million, the nochliu-e clasped, | In other words they Rave labor, and since labor is" tho blgK(\ t and .
In her hand. before she realized It. most expensive factor In malting a crop of cotton, then fertilizers save Year Book, which will be sent on re-

!Kin. Will out of breath when she| nrrlvod. expense and make profits more certain. quest. Address Swift & Company, l lI
but inn nagod to gasp' out an oxpliinatloll. -

-a It all seemed a dream to'' _.u"'lr.-, ..""' ::..uIMWW "SIA7 lemon skin beautifier at about the cost I, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois.
her until the otllcer had sent for snow ,, I
must for small jar of the
one pay a ordinary
one, ,rill, then she suw who that sonicOhio
cold creams. Care should betaken I
was. I I to strain the lemon juice througha
"Itllly' she cried as! she (limit herself Hayes' I The figures quoted in this adver-
fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in,
Into hit arm. "11111.' :i" She '
) i Healing i.. unoy the nthis lotion will keep fresh for tisement are certified by Arthur
Mobbed, out the story bit by bit
months.! Every woman knows that '' Young & Company, Certified I
dlltlrult to
e li'f' j It was not arrange 1 lemon juice Is used to bleach and remove -
u bull after that. The Jeweler was communlcatfld : Stops such blemishes us freckles sal- Public Accountants, Chicago, Ill.
1 with, ii nil, when the fncts
lowness and tan and is the ideal skin ,
were laid before Mm withdrew the softener, whitener and beautifier.
irr charge nnd promlMi-d. to exonerate ,, The Just try it! Get three ounces of

r Itllly through I the press. I I I orchard white at any drug store and Swift & Company U. S. A.
The next day Kllly found Rosetta' ,
I Ti&Ms two ]lemons from the grocer and makeup
tho with lml Ruth
In nursery y I
a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant
herself because
"She has cried to uleep
a her dollle's necklace was lost," :I Heals The Throat lemon lotion and massage it daily

Huth smiled. "I'oor little pet does) '' not I into the fact, neck, arms and

It Dawned Upon Her Instantly. know what IInh'II'tllIe"' she. has Cures The Cough hands.-Adv. (95)

I: en used 1 me, but slie. did show me that Price 33c. *
S i respect for her, she! ncUnowU'djted, nlunt. I really loved you dear" I 1 "

r ) "That Is all Unit matters." he Mild, I A FREE POX OF :I oa -' =-

It only In* would telephone to her, 01 as he took a necklace. from his' pocket.
do Roinetliliitf to show that ha wnlauxlmn "1I<'I''s another one for Huth's doll I GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE

\ to take up\ things whore they and) hero Is one for you...' I (Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
1 left off! him would never quarrel "HI bII "1 would much rather have my

him UKiilu slie resolved. Shot \\uuli ring/ ," she hl"IIt'r.,1. I For Chest Colds: Head Colds and

II follow his ailvlco In eY'n'Ihlu.II'nH It was Just like being cnxaRPd allover Croup, is enclosed with every bot- rJlI' BEST; COUGH ;MEIMCINK: : Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. J. B.
motion and! clolhes I Included. Bill y nKiiln. He took the rlnu from" his
,' I was u better Judge than she win, any poc-Uet. hold 1 out. his bund to take hers, tle of HAYES' HEALING[ HONEY When a druggist finds thnt his, cus- Tones a well known druggist of Cub-

,I way. IUH liu did 1 not cure, she could and \\ Ill'n' the. ring uns on her tinnerkissed r You Set tho Cough Syrup and the Salve I I omc'rs all speak well of n certain run Ky., says "I have used Chamberlain's
fur one I price, 33c.;) reparation" no. forms n good! opinion ,
,, "nee plainly.Kllly her lust. us tenderly. as If It I Cough Remedy in my family
did! riiro. Ill* peace' nffvrliiil were for the first tbnie.Learning I Made Recommended and Guaranteed to ,at I it nnd when in need of such a mcd- Ifor I the past seven and have
IltUa and I UieiKoHettu the Public byParis line ,+II almost certain to use it him- ,! years
| ciimu In nilI'll t box \
iS" opened It and I discovered! a the Law.It Medicine olf! and, in his family. This! i U! why BO j found\ it to be the best cough medicine\

I I Ipmrl iiiHklnce shining ip at her aha Is noted that attendance at Inw Manufacturers Company ofGrove's rIy'r r nany druggists! use and recommend'' I have ever known.-Adv.
forgot nil about the quarrel find WII1 schools I Is not as great as It used to he,
I ready to take I.llly In her arms at any This may b<* accounted for In two Tasteless Chill Tonic
I time.. Slit started' for the telephoneto ways, observes the Columbus (Ohio) I __ EYES SCIENTIFICALLY EXAMINED
ask hint to come right over, but before State Journal. First, because HO many .
I. she. renelieil I It Mudellnu Pratt, young men have thought It li tbelr - -- \Ve employ a Specialist (Registered Physician) to make examination of your

her chum, WHS! announced."Come .. groiiter.dnty to go to war and save the CALOMEL SALIVATESAND \VhyS1JfI eyes and fit your glasses without extra cost to you-
''I : up nml lice thu' 1 lu-rMnoe hilly world for law and civilization, and, MAKES YOU SICK
y\ has just Kent. me, tho dear.! old 1 soul,' second, because the world Is going tll ?
(' t I Rosetta fried In delight. before Mitdo- change much when the war Is past and Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts ( :r Glasses $5.00 and up. Satisfaction Guaranteed

t line hail, u chance 'to "|)eulc. "He aityaI a great deal that Is learned now of
I It IH u pence uttering.' law and Itn practice Is going to undergo Like Dynamite On Mrs. J. .\. Cox, of Al-
the stabs n great chansi The reign of precedent Your Liver. derson, \V. Va., writes: OFFICES
The two girls raced up
I will not tie l so prevalent nor will "1y d:1uhter; . suf.tered SUITE 57-58 MUTUAL LIFE BLDG.
to Rust"l'a boudoir, where she hind'
I left the necklace nil u dreHsluK tubleMiHjelliie the Judicial system depend so much Calomel loses you a day! You know tcrriJly.: She could 23 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.

I held I 'It np to the light in'i upon, shrewdness!! and money. The cal what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- not turn In bell ? the Write bar Free. Booklet on Eye Strain

1 III anti).. will stir up our social, commercial and Hver. Calomel 1 ia dangerous. It 1 doctors gave:: her ut', and :

r 'i "Why, Rosetta Its a cutup ImltilIK' Industrial relations to their depths' and orashcs into sour bile like dynamite, we brought; her home 10
i i' lion," she exclaimed: In wutider.ha among the tll'Hlnm'lItal" that will be irnmpinj and sickening you. Calomel die. ,S:1e: had:: suffered so '
aroused from Ihelr long r"I'"II.11I he attacks the bones and should never be
II much at time. HavIng
done hale for a joke. -
I that of n righteous' law procedure, sn put into your system. IMPLEMENTS )
l Kosetta Kiiutohed It from her and heard 01 Cardul, we : FARMING & SUPPLIES
much learn now will he ancient When feel bilious
that wo you !!, sluggish, con "
i, I t' examined It cliuu-ly.. So. It wax She! wisdom In the grand! time that I Ie stipated and all knocked out and believe qot It for h'c. I
Oliver and Plows. Also
had not looked lit It critically before, Solid! Avery, Improved Brinkley
coming when democracy gets a you need a dose of dangerous
f II but now shin could see It was! a worthI extra repairs for these plows.
h foundation which It hasn't now. calomel just remember that your drug
; I! less string of bend with a cheap bras! gist sells for 50 cents large bottleof
i fastener. a Dixie Plows, Georgia Ratchet Plows, repairs, extra
The Verger's Attitude.A Dodson'n Liver Tone, which is entirely
: I "Oh I" she cried as NIB! flung It from clergyman was grieved to find his vegetable and pleasant to take CARDUI i handles and beams.

I bar, "the cadi"! It required all Made services for men were poorly attended. and I is a perfect substitute for calomel.It Riding, Spring Tooth Shovel, Peg Tooth and Fowler ,
1 I 1. line's skill as a sympathizer to bring Is guaranteed to start liver
He expressed his regret to the your
Cultivators. Also Weeders Disc Harrows and
J 'f, I Rosetta back to her .VD>lt!... verger one evening when as' usual, without stirring you up Inside, and I I

"Send It right back to him. I'U compose they were the only two at the meet- can not salivate. Stalk Cutters. "

j I' .| a letter to go with It. We'll Ing. "I really think they ought to Don't take calomel! It makes you I Sweeps, Scooters Opening Plows Turn Blades I
show him," Madeline declared when conic. he said sadly. work. Dodson'a Liver Tone straightens "In a few days,sue begin -
Rosotta's flood of tears had been "That's Jest what lee seal to 'em you right up and you feel great. to Improve," Mrs. Readymade Heels for Grasshopper.

t. topped. ever an' over again" said the verger, Give it to the children because it Cox no trouble continues at., ."and. Cardul had Hames, Traces, Bridles, Plow Lines, Single Trees,
The beads were carefully put back consolingly. "I sex to 'era 'Look at it perfectly harmless and does not
cured her, and we Collars Collar Pads Steel and Leather Hamestrings
sing ,
; In the box which was really a handsome me.' f sex; look at me. I goes tan gripe. (ia H) Its praises evcrywh e. ,
'" one and a note Inclosed. It was them services!!; I .... 'an' wot 'ana We receive many thousands Padded and Old Style Back Bands.

j': 'r brief and to the point. "Tour peace does they do me?*"Presbyterian Ad GIRLS! LEMON JUICEIS of similar ]letters Hoes of All Kinds, Shovels, Pitchforks, Rakes. A
offering a. worthless to me a* your vance. every year, telling of the
5 good Cardul Very Large Assortment of Each.
elf," It said. No wonder poor Billy who sdonhom
pecked up to start out for some place His Standing. To Make Creamy Beauty complaints women CO common to When in Town see my Farmer's Supply Show '

'1 \ where be could forget when ha lOt "So that distinguished looking gentleman a their sex. It should do Window, a Display of Farming Goods Only. .:
I that Icy not. over there Is one of your leadIng Lotion For a Few Cents.The lood. to- EH ,.
The two weeks since their quarrel citizens? Has he received many juice of two fresh lemons strained DeWITT C. JONES

'I might have been unhappy, but they degrees from the colleger Into a bottle containing( three ounces STARKE, .... .... FLORIDA
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were nothing to the next few days that "II... het I Why, he has received so of orchard white makes a whole

t Rosetta put In. To rap It all was the many degrees we cull him the 'human quarter pint of the most remarkable .:{


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NEW BLOUSE I I for success In buying Moiir-on. A womI & -... .V.rt'O' in my office and l has mode application wine the lleiiatlonn. of laid bill
HAS will bn
I on must have or must Require, a true r "c :::;.. 1""'" for tux uVeil to issue in accordance H. ionfim.el,, by .,1.1 derendnnt. taken
I knowledge of juxtaposition of fabrics. I II In runner ouleml 1 that this .
j order be nubi .
-'I\ with law. Saul certificate embracesthe I .hed. t once a ...eek for eight ...
j She must know what materialIn I ?: f- jID following described propel'ty mt- In th, llrndrord County leleirrnph.ociill\e a ni".wi..k.... ..
CALL FOR FAVOR a blouse! goes best with the material -w 'I I", i. 1..hl..h..1. i In nald County: and State
i of her milt or her separate skirt h ",. I. .,1l!] tinted in Bl'nolrorlrcounty, rl.i., to-\vit.: I hi. "lii'iiiIr3' >' 2Hlh 1UIU.
I I and For : ,' : !I I!. SW Quaiter of SH Quarter, See. (0, Tp. W. T. WEEKS. I
top coat. Instance -
gl'orgl'lte1,11'11 0 r? 4rI ___'-_ ._0' . .:-\ .-_,- 5, K. 1 19! -Id A. The said l.m.l: being! assessed Clark Clrault Court. ,.
("'/ In a bold design/ docs not go r -.,..."'..... ](. -A. \ : : \
nt the date of l Seal I I NEEK8.Clark
tho issuance of
Peplum Model in the Limelight with n homespun or a cheviot suit I "I 1 .:- I' J. F.nv.r. Do ,

t Among Many Designs Be- That Is mi-rely me example out of a ; v !!, : rM: I '..;. r ; iI\:"\k9 ;\. i rolonmn.stub' certificate i Unless in sniil the l certificate name of :\shallhe i. J. Solicitor ComnlMlflant.. 1-31-Rt.

dozen! or two others that could easily I > ...'1 ,,(
I ; ; \ l reuWmoil nccurilinn to law tax
ing Shown. be enumerated. p H4' I'' ; , -
' tj.: .. '. \ ili.l2.I. deed will i issue thereon tho 17th NOTICE
) on .
-lr, Notice In htnliv '
i truth! about J1'OrgeUe--whlch Is .__ uK.n Unit thn
worth ,. ; 1 "' )':,\ r, ". .. __;! _, ;. .. lilly of March .\. l n. 1919.! ...11...,. Inn.l will be .,,1.1 at puhlla. followlnn auction do on
repeating because the fabric \ <
; l ;;t .. ... ._ : Witness my olllciul signature ami! the r1n>l Mnnilay, In Mnrth. HMD. It u.lnn the
INDIAN TUNIC MADE OF KID plays; so dominant a role In separate .' "-/),. ,..0I ---"'" .... . seal :Inl lny of I h. month.I Iwfore the Cuurtholwe ",
r-:: -'' this tho llth day of tvlmmry, A. di-or at Sinrliu.. In
blouses this ;'I'nr-h that It looks far >l_J: >I/; '\ n. 1919. Morliln, or .<. murh llrmlford thnnaf an County.will be Slm.......of.- ;I

I I better as part of n costume than as -- r.J .If I' f Seal .ury to irnylb." amount ilup for taxm of 11117\
) W. T. :
.. WEEKS. hvrwlnt .
oliptMite the .
Pottery Ornamentation and Other i an addition to a coat suit. As a pep- :';" '' .. ) Clerk Circuit Couit.lly a<*t of curb. .al,. and 'ailtertiHinir.m.' Inuitlmr with tho

luni blouse worn with a skirt of Its r-"l v.r/J' 'I IH.oi-lptl.m of I,ami-Tho) Northiant Q"...
Colors Add to Features of Garment K. A. W1IKKS.: :
I' li.i' nml '':n.1' or N..lhw..t
own color, or In harmonious contrast 'ululf Huarter an.Ioiilh
Fabrics That Have \ 2-i I.t. Deputy Clerk. $ llnlf. Hoc. 21',1.: 7. UnnitiJJ i Aerri J
"- to It, It Is very good ; not as good aa ; ."r : A,'", (hv"... l-aul iIra'i a.... nn.l. ('<...l..
Never Been Considered. satin or silk jersey, but commendable.It c1 t Notice of Guarilinn Sale IW 45. H. M i |llLI NO,
l' \ Tax
| limy be ornamental if one can adopt -i\: : I Thirty days after iite| hereof I will Collrctor
New York.-The blouse I la a sartorial .
that tpe; of Mouse and even trimmed 't/ \ \ II1'n npp'y' to the I Honorable (;('0. A. Onrili-i M4STF11's SAlE
robin. It heralds the-approach of with beads! which Is a dcbatnble form lli'r.'by nntlco In irlvpn that unili'r coil liyirtui
tier county juiliro, : of Itnulfonl, county; of thnt .
i cerluln flnnl iltcni
spring. It Is the kInd!. of accessory to & \,\ of foreclonuro
.r I
( oriittiuentaUon on a separate \\ .
gn'Lient Fla.. for nn order to soil at private niailu ami entrtvil by the lion J. 'r.
B costume that both pleases hud Irri, but noi Impossible for certain sole the one-fifth undivided interest of \\llln. .luilito of the Circuit Court; of llrli.lfnnl
tates. That It Is la the fntintv. I lorlda In chancery iIti ..Innimry -
usually wrong typos, of women. Charles Francis Hunt minor heir of JKth: ;llllli.,;, I In: favor of C. M"PjIrl ',.. UK.iiiiplaliuinl

'verdict of most women. When It la j! Kccause of the adoption of uniforms Prank I Hicks I Ji-ceased 1. in ami to t tho ,. ,, I.. anil nuuln.t J. C. Harry l I.. I).
Hnny SOil r C Mil or. right It Is very, very right and thatIs through the war there la a strong re- followingilonrnln',1 boils situate and an rlpi-cial Mantrr will ..If... for nail!

the best that can be said for It, ob-i| crudoscence vf the tailored linen being in Bradford county. Fin., to-wit: ,,".1. mil, ....11|| near New Illvi... Hurl.In. where
The More You Use Your Car thi proiH rty hernlnaftwr !I. located.
lerves a prominent fashion writer. j I shirtwaist for women especially In Southeast Juivfter of Northeast Quarter .lilriliK. the Irtfal h....... of Bale I on Mondny. thu

Its possibilities for evil are not llm- i I horizon blue, shrimp pink nud dead and Northeast Quarter of South- ; dnv of Miirrh A. n. lull). In the Mullen .

Ited. Those who recognize that the j I white fdgcd with color These have The More You Need Good TiresYour rust, Quarter, also .I acres on tho Kside : .mid.,1 property l h.1. Milder. to-wlt.for ciixh I in..the aw follimlnit mill I holler divcrlh.ami ,I

neckline governs the appearance of I j[ tucked fronts long plain sleeves regulation of Southwest Quarter of North- "-" lne. inailuraetured by the l-armihiir Machine .
the face know full well the chnnces Work. AHO| one ,'flgin.., ono boiler one ,
Vest Sop. :Ml 7 2J
nrmholes turnover cuffs with Quarter Tp. Range : ; ctrrulnr aw. one HhltiHlv I niuphltie, one eduer.
for good and evil that rest In the collar link buttons, and the collar of a iiml the Southwest Quarter of Northwest t Wi. nlnvu .nw, I., Itinu: ami l all I other mauiilnry -

of a separate waist. French Mmlciit of the Second Mmplre. car's usefulness is increasing every day.It Quuitor nndVr t Half of Northwest >Haw' and mill einiliniient formerly connectd iii,,'rnii. with hv 1.Hint.) c,. certain Harry '

There la no end to the making of | Women have found that a rolling Quarter of Southwest! Quarter and locnteil near Now Itlver, Morldii. .;

; blouses. as ,of books. No one can collar with a slight bit of starch worn is becoming more and more of a real necessityto Soc. ;32 J: ; Tp. 7, Kntigo 22; also tho E l-SI-Dt. .Special,;, .1.Mauler.O: 1"W\I.r.In Chancery.: .

cavil at the paucity of these gunnvnts. I|; with a cravat Is an attractive neck- you-both in business and home life. Three Quarters of J'II"t: Half of Southeast -

. Any shop In any town at any time U ,: line. Only the very young woman your Quarter of Sec. :MJ: Tp. 7, 1 Kongo OHDKU;: OK I'\JIII.II'ATIOS

I I with a slim smooth neck can attempt :!:3 10.: containing in all 'Jill I Ilcrl''', ,In ClnMitt ('ourt for .Hrnilfoid' ,County Fiir.uI .
II II the high: turnover collar, cither starch For that very reason you need good tires, now, more or leas. In Chancery.Sterllnu 8. l-rice, ft al, J

I, ed or soft rtclow a face that shows more than ever. This 7th day of Feb. 1019.! Will l-ilce. rt .1.v. f I

the marks of time this collar Is Impos- W. C. HUNT. HIM\ for Partition.

sible. fitianlian for Charles Francis Hunt. To Will t'rlce and hi* wife. Mario l-rlve,
The out-and-out dependability that created so 2-7-5t. ,Atlanta t;'H>riila. Eli I'rico. Mlppen Blouses as Part of Costumes. Ion I'.h'.. Mtptien. CttHtriila.; .:bet 1'ricn' ,
I When the French designers made tremendous a demand for United States Tires in rllppen." ,, livoriria: ; IVarl 1'rlc.o, Kllppen < eurHin .
ci! >riri I.. Wllllamit, McrionouHh ()Mirvia.
Notice of Guardian Sale
the peplum blouse and tlwn sat back times of is desirable Mnv llella Wllllame. Mncon. teoriila;
war just as today.It Notice is hereby that : ::::: I' 1 .
In watchful waiting for Its success! !given thirty hurl UnpriH. Mct.niugh. t.eorula.; Carrl
il.iys after lati. hereof to-wit the 1...,....... MrDonoiiMti) I tuMiruin ; ('h'''''''>ice I IlilItfi ..
| which took long to come they created on .,.. .. ,....
M |b.Iii.iIi. l . II something that was very worth while. reduces tire troubles to the vanishing point- Jlth! day of February, 1919! I, the unilprsignpil -. McUunonuh. Ikntrula.It .

I us guardian for Jlmt'sVIIS I appearing" from thu aworn hill or complaint .
I American women see the light today multiplying the usefulness of your car and puttingthe In thn above entitled ........ that the
and they grasp with eagerness the posI ilin, Os.'nrVn"llin and Mary Jane above named. ilefi. .tiilantH. each ..... non-reni.
. ,, I slbllltles of this outside tunic blouse. cost of operation on a real thrift basis. WUlllliu. minor heirs of John It, Wns- ,I,.",.. of thu State, nf lorlihi,'.N ami that thenaiditice "
,.' / I of tach of I Ihn HAld di. rendnntii I. ... 'It
I. I It Is difficult to persuade a certain din mini, Nancy Wasdin doci'iini'il, will hi.n.i,...lf-. .. tttated, ..*.' and' lint I theaue .,
set of that there other United States'Nobby'Chain''Usco'and'Plain' apply to the I Honorable Oeo. A. Oardinor. of encli. .if the Maid di. .f.ndanU IH mer thu
t women are am. ..r twenty-one. If...,. except. Mnrlu l>upree.t .
$1 ( types of blouses. Nothing' could In- County JIIIgc'of Urmlfonl arrli' IHiprei*, f li inenllni, IMtpne and Ida
( duce them to return to the kind that are the most popular fabric tires built. They have ('(llInty. Fin., for an order to soil at lull,. liiiproe: : :: ench. :of whom I :: :In :under: ; tint: ana .

tucks In under the skirt belt. They all the strength and stamina our years of experiencehave private sale the one-fourth ullllivi.I..dinll'rt'"t of I' II In ..ordered, thnt ench of .

t. feel they have eliminated this awkward each of said minors in tint ..l'fi,15il.. do. appinr, t" the bill nf ..."n.
taught us to put into tires. following di'Hcriliril, lanils. 1 lying and being ,plaint Illid. hertitl. or or beforu Momliiy. the
line around the mldillo of the I Inl ibiy of .March 1 1111\1.I I and that this orl-r. I..
body and they choose all their blouses i in Bradford, county. Flu., to-wit: I.iihlitihid. nnee a wiek for four conHecutivewnk
: There is also the United States 'Royal Cord' Noith' Half of Southeast Quarter ofh'OUtJiVItSt I In I Ih.- Iliiidford: County' 'l'i leicraph, a
Ii Iii. after the tunic pattern, whether for, Vif icenenil: I circulation I ;mihlmhud: : In
Quarter also one aero in Krndrord' County.. I lorldn
railroad suits or for service with a the finest built for
passenger car use. Northeast cur of Southwest Quarter \\llm.n the lloiii.>rnbli> J. T. Will., the
separate skirt under n fur coat. Jilil 4e ..f 'the Hnid. Circuit (Court n. will ait my
It Is sometime permitted to tuck the of Sontlicnxt Quarter and, Southeast hiiml and. oirieiul' l I ii.. I ho. l'I..k of tinl.oinl ..,,1$
ILi'ILi'An bnck of the blmiso under the Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer has Quarter of Southwest Quarter sec. 17, ', I II.In. tint 2HIII ilny of Jniiiinrv, IUIII
i. skirt provided '.
w.i! \t tI;l<:i.I KS.
the treads need for Tp. 7, R. :21! i.! containing III nil 21micros ".....
there Is a front pimel that drops! exactly you your car and the I Hittl) Dork I Ircult ( .
I more less. .
or ( aunty I l'I".Ila.Ily
upron-wlse, below the wnl*>t. and an
roads travel. It. A. Wbr.KS.: :
you January :21:t. 1919.J. .
I ornamental belt which runs from each I-II-M: llc'puly CI......
.\. J. MrKINNKY. JR. .
American Indian blouse of dull. side of It to the! back This Is the -- --- --.
lie will gladly help pick them I.:! I.ri/ luiinlmri. ; i'.o-ricg I '
i blue kid embroidered In a pottery most ingenious compromise) between you out. I In County Jitilyvs Cuuit. Itindford, County
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'1 design of red and silver. The sash the new and tho old Mouses. Morldii.
I Notice
/ of red satin Is knotted In front. Blouse Inspired by American Indian. IN UK: CSrATK: : Of
L Six months utter date hereof I willprfHrnt J. M. utch. DH .......,, .
Fabrics are now rlmwn for those iI vniuherH, anil, flnnllll'nunt J. I-'11'1,11.I AilmlniHlrulor' of tlw
: apt to confuse a woniun with the multiple tunic-like garments' thnt have never my I !'..tnl,. of J. M. rutch. I Meeiaiied
offerings hurled at her across the to the I II been conNl l 'rrd In the of shortihirtvaists '
< ( making
counter the inoimut ..he u..ka to look Judge, nf Ilriidford County, Fin., ami; f'c ... '.
Kid for Instance. That I .10 nnd J I1 I I.uti It, heir
4. Dt MOUWH.Theso I ask for my dual discharge! ns administrator of ,1 M. I..h.. ,,,.0.1.| .....1..1 tJlher -
Is mlltt'rllll.ulllwlIl'd of the
the the among of the estate of Roderick. linker I I.,.monn. liilereMlid, In tha lcl: flu' cifmid
bIts of costume are
weavers ns hurt mid I parcel of women's J M. "l-iitcli. I
email IIIIUKO: of the Kluipki-oper. They ll'CI'IIBCll. llufuniltintn.CITATION .
npl'"r'I.'I't t thc> new" kid tunic
nrn token In and out of stock off and This 21th il.iy of Jnniinry. 1919. .
blouses sent from Trance and copied J. I IOIIOIIJ.I I Nl Ihi" I ( II ANI> J I.II"IC" I II
on the counter throughout the different In this ixeenslvely stuart II. RITCII Ill-Mil; !1,1J.! M rUICII. ,lillKXSMi.nrilMt .; .
country are
of the They 1111 In I .2 i-rmo.! Arlmnistrntor. AND I ,\ 1.1 I. l: I 1-pKSDSH: : I":
mouths ;jenr. and better liked l by certain well-dressed .. ISIKO: I IN 'iin.: ISIAII:: ..: h ii.'.' SMII I ..J.M .
spaces. They break the monotony of women I thun tim hip I blouses of cara inrinI I DI I.:t :M.I.I.: l t.iti; ':'i.riNiili : :
bUMlness which arrives between the United i States Tires ]Notice; T.\KI'i i': NI I 'Ii. .: thai 11..1 .ulru., ) an nilmln.tni .
cut cloth worn during! the midwinter. Six!: months after date hereof I will ii'rih, I I > .., .1.t M. 'uh'h.I .,.........1.
periods of high! pressure. It Is not These kid tunics make woman look 'I 'him I il I I 1.1 In I the h iilmve inlllhd. I rnilnelitlon.
true that what a woman wants she present my vouchers nnd final 1I1..nunt' ii ii.I. u.'. 1 I the I, object. of .hh.h !I.I I.
to the lion. (!".o. A. fianlirier. County I I.i .ill i M. ",,,,,'.1 quarter of the North-
cull always get In tliN department of 0.1 IJnnii.r. and the llii 11..1. (Marl, ','r of
Un'ss but It Is overwhelmingly true Good TiresHastings' Jmlgo of Itrailfonl County Fin., nndn I hi' =Ni..11.I .. iiHl Quarter of Si.ctlon 112. In 'lown-
she she wnnts Is arc -k for my final discharge ns admin .liip, I. H II'I i hunt: contnlnlnK Nil nciwa, .
that whatever says I .. . ,,.,..
istratrix of more or I.- IPNH a .InI| no) wldo I aeroii
answered by an avalanche of designs !: tho estate of J. E. Unrton I ,Ii., l-iifit: Hide of tin Hoiitheant tJia, rtrr. In the I

offered to her aa the best and the lat. p _ deceased. 'I .....n.y of Itrn"' ".". rltnte of lorhln.' to pay
This 21th lay of January.! 1910.EVELINA ). ibbla due by th. nald J. M. Kuleh d."'!..... il,
est. -i Sold byJ. ...1.1 '.....1") .rty. havlnir lieen owned by him In
1919 BARTON bin lift* time, and $then, not belnir autfinlent
Evil Possibilities of Blouses.Of C. Manning, Stnrke. 1-21-firno. Administrate. personal propi, 'rty to fay mud. debu.. It Inthenfon

course, there are new fashions In Seed Catalog FreeIt's Douglass & Knight Lake Butler. *. Ordered that the dofendanta. and
I .
all other penionn Intvrviit In the entaUi nf
lie blouses this spring. They have ready now. One hundred W. L. Overstrcet, Lawtey. ORDER OP P'TIlU'ATION aid J M hutch ilweeajied. nppiar to the petition .
Di-fn shown to women ; they have been Illustrated with In rirrull ('.....1. Sim nf Plnrliln Klul.lh I flled' herein on or before the* Hrd day of
somely :pages hanI.1 A. D. Andrews, Raiford. ... ..
Judicial, Circuit Hriulforil C'"t If. In Chan- March. A. 11 lull and .10" 0., It any
purchased for the unusually large cover in natural colors. It's J. V. Jones Hampton Adv. e.'ry. they have why naiil petition nhoulil nnt I IMliranted.
exodus to the South. and they will appeal beautiful and helpful and all .* Aim. McMlltn I otherwise the c.".. will be proceeded
of during necessary to get it Is a postal curd( C"mplalnant."a I with an In cue of default.
to the majority women
I nrdired of
/ I I It I. further that a copy thlorder <
.J.. the next four weeks. when ooe's request. You will flnd our lOla catalogue The Strong Withstand the Winter A. 5. McMillan be published for four ..........Iv. weekaprecedliia
.. turn to the rehabilitation of a well worth while book. Cold better Than the Weak I-O'nlsnt. thn date named herein for appear
:. thoughts Hastings Seeds are sold direct by ''t 'r".lnK hlf "ulnvlt .PI..nI..1 I.. tho hilt ....... In the Kradroril County: Telegraph a
the winter wardrobe, or the acquisition You must have Health Strength and En- .... rltarke In
mail. You will never find them oil AI.oI In th. .h..n..1 c. list A. S. Ma.Millan. newspaper publieheil at laid county
durance to fight Colds.Grip and Influenza. tho d"onnt .h..ln n.m.I.' I I" nn,' II'.'... ,.nei a week.
of a new one. Halo In the stores. We have soma a n..n..hl.nt or Ih.. H.... or 10.1.1... tmne and ordered thia the 14th day of Jan
There la no more paucity of Invention five hundred thousand customers who. I When your blood Is not In a healthy iuii 110.1 I. .nkno..n. b.lnK ..v..r th.. uary. A.I.. IV1U.

\ In blouses this year than last. buy from us by mall. We please ami. condition and does not circulate properly. "ift' ..r lwniy.o. ". Yii... It I. th....,..... 0. (!.K() A. aARKINFR.
and! and your system is unable to withstand the d",1 thai ..,,1 ".r.n.n'' h.. No.1h County Judtfe of Itradforil County Htnle, ofHorldn
them. can please
satisfy wo
France and America have both done winter cold.GROVE'S. I. h..blf '-,ul.o.1 10 ail.r" In th. bill oi'iillINiflt , I IS. I..I
' their best-and It Is In this vast variety satisfy you in 1919. Ill'l, In INlit iiiINN .n .'r Ifoi Ttf'n- .> /. ADKINS.
Planting Hastings' Seeds In your TASTELESS Chili TONIC .h.,. the 1110 .h'lf "r Ap.lI. A. [J. 1919. ...10..- Attorney for Petitioner l-IT-Tt.
.. that evil portabilities lie. U garden or In your Held.* insures "goo; t Fortifies tho System Against Odds Grip

women could be trained to regard the luck" so far as results can: bo determined and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching

blouse as something fatal unless well ''-54.1H t by the seed planted. For 3D the Blood.It IJCJI.JC.I..aQCjIJUJWCJc.iltDWtDCDmmmWC ltDWCA1QIICDCJIJWI.JmCJCJl: )c.1CICIIC. :JtJCJIJClWtIllUClClWUtJ/: (/

chosen they would go about the busi- ____ years Hastings Seeds have been the contains tho well-known tonic properties .i

ness of getting together a half dozen standard of Beeil excellence and purity of Quinine and Iron In a form 1 .

with the precaution and precision nec- in the South. Only varieties acceptable to the moat delicate ,stomach I

pMxury when walking on Ice. They adapted to the South are listed QualIty and U pleasant to take. You can soon feel Export Trade

of tho host and prices often len iu Strengthening.Invigorating Lffect: UDc.Ml :.
would not buy georgette because It Is
home. Write
than those you pay at .
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fashionable tomato-red because It was for free copy of this splendid cntu I

the stjle. DOT would they choose gal logue now. H. G. HASTINGS CO., : (iIJA'fCT OF IlfcllOISM REQUIRED Latin America f

loon embroidery shoe-lace braiding or _ Seedsmen, Atlanta, Ga.Advt.BtNKSTON .

brasH buttons because the designer .I \\j What Sells Here Sells There

bad liosen to exploit these caprices. '? nitO.S. If some great act of heroism was

:They would go among all the massed necessary to protect a child from Manufacturer wishing to marled their prrxlucts in I.alin America will

Of waHts. with the precision of a bird Roberta, Ga., Jan. 21, 1917. croup no mother would hesitate to
be benefited, by communicating with F.Xfxirt Bureau. We sell
p. our
Dying to Its nest. They would take DId Kentucky Mfg. Co., protect her offspring but when it is .,

the nearest straight line to what they Paducah Ky. I' only necessary to keep at hand a bottle F your good through ourNative

want. If they did not find It they I Gentlemen: of Chamberlain's1 Cough Remedy
and give it as soon as the first Indication Sales Representatives
would go elsewhere ; If It was not to A Mr. Will Wachter of this county r.

be found In the shops they would have : Peplum blouse of heavy black satin, with i of croup appears, there are

It made by a specialist or a seamstress with wide flat collar of fine cream had some hogs that were down many who neglect it. Chamberlain'sUough and trade connection Puljlicily in two hundred Latin American
cholera and had all of within the reach of 1
from a well-considered pattern. I lace. The hem Is turned under to given up hope Remedy is and effectual. Adv. ( Newspaper and two. 'hundred l Salon (Motion Picture Iheatrn.. ) in
form Is tied the waist laving them and would not spend one all and .in prompt -
The part of a blouse that la vel'7otten a puff. It at
South and Central America will the cif product straight
story *
fatal Is the collar. There are I with a narrow dull-silver cord, penny on them. I gave him one 15 your

few women who can stand more than pound pail of your B. A. Thomas' Hog What Keeps Boys at Home. ij to the Merchant, Hutmess Men Buyer and Consumer (if f theie South

two types' of neckline.' A woman ; amazingly like her Indian predecessors 1'owder and he has just come in and More boys would run away from J American Countries.

should not rebel' against this verdict. In this country. Colored skins are paid me for it, and advises, that everyone I home to c.''.'|''' ili<- tyranny If they l(

Bhe should accept It and thus elimi- I chosen and on dark surfaces there Is of his sick hogs got well and that I had free l"nir.
nate trouble. She should experiment I an ornamentation such us the Indians he had killed them and now has them run to t.I, '. .' 'Ii Slur; T'I"I'"m"

with blouses that do not carry put on their pottery. Take a dark.. in his smoke house and that they were are assembling our I 1919 I catalogue printed in the language of the
: blue kid tunic worn with a black velveteen line he killed .
as as had this
either one of these necklines. She skirt have It ornamented In a any year.I 4 . . . . + . . . South and Central American Republics.
want to add that he said his hogs
must remember tbat no blouse U *> LEGAl. NO'J'ICJotI s)
pottery design In :yellow and black and were down and so sick that he had to
worth Its price If It hasn't the kind of thread of dull and + > * s> 4> + s> 4s> + + + *> If inlereileJ, write, wire or call
of her I a red. yon get an prize their mouths open and his mouth
collar that offsets the neckline
coaL She most also take well Into exceedingly: Ingenious costume. poured the powder down their :Notice Application: for Tax Deed Export Division

The milliners' are quite willing to throats. UnoVr Section 8 of Chapter 4888.
consideration the difference between a ALLIED AMERICA ASSOCIATION
match up these kid tunics with turbans Please flnd check In full of my account Laws of Florida
which Is to be worn as a part
blouse i| and the woman who likes to look and with kindest regards we begto Notice is hereby given that A. A.
of costume topped by a far or cloth ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO U. S. A.I'RIDAY .
like an Indian chooses a turban not la remain, Douglass, purchaser of Tax Certificate
and that Is merely a shirtwaist -
icoat. one kid bat In taffeta, with upstanding Yours very truly.BANKSTON, No. 25, dated the 7th day of JuneA.
and of a tailored salt.
part at the filed said certificate UU''U'-'U'U'.'"'"'' lIIaXIItIIIDt:
quills painted tips. BROS. D. 1897 has 1t'hl<
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; Y1ACE' .Jt=IGnT I. I. I'' mtAlworu> COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAn E, FLORIDA '" ." . riUOAY FEBRUARY 28, 1919. .

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.. svth : and out' again after fewdnvs'illrfcss. Five Mile She st I(Jed's |bw. "Oh.. I'lilllpl" up .a
up visit
'r- ... a paid a professional .h.'"". .".
I i'S .b..rlll''t.
Wednesday. f :
p 55 : lie paused at the door held) out his
The :Masonia! lodge will! hold its regular I D. I. Blume ''came Thursday to
meeting next Saturday. Afternoon I over CrossRoads hand hit hitj-Mlv, ":lly clenr. m.v denr
1 exchange ideas with P. P. Dckle.
$: I c' County News Item-' 'I and a good' attendance is desired. S-" then lie turned away abruptly!>
: :Mr. Rufus of
Joe Suirency and sister, Vera of Ta3'lor. Midway was Hardly hail lie. passed. fiom view
I in Five :Mile Friday. !Fvvhen the willie another figure
!Pine Hill, were visitors here Sunday up came ;
-----= r -- -- afternoon i ;Marcus and Nurma Dekle spent the ri and wink with the slrnln' of Philip's

; Interesting facts Gathered During: the Week by Our I A A. Ilazen made a business trip week-end with their parents Mr. and parting. she fairly swayed with faintness -

Regular Correspondents. to Starke Fuday."Mr i ;Mrs. P. P. Dekle, returning to Luke I By: A. W. PEACH I as she* found herself greeting EI.I .
: and ;Mrs. liatUn Cutler: Sunday afternoon. I mer.
__. _____________________ are occupying I
I'I., :: tht. Phil Ward cottage. i I :Miss Norma Dekle accompaniedthe It was with difficulty flint( innn-
--- ------ '-- relaI ;Mr and :Mrs. Henry McDavid left ;Misses[ Dukes to u pindor 1, (Copyright, by McClure Newspaper 'aged/ to I relit the lamp In the room

; : of (J IttIIAM I I tiv spent"., tin week-end here with laht week for. Lawtcy1' where they will <. ',hell ng at the home of F. I.. Drawdy I II I Syndicate..) I while his cllt'l'ry'IIlce with Its old.time

reside in the future. Friday night. 13ilnn Duncan read the note swiftly ,meiilnt'ss' went on'Don't ,
:Mr and, Mrs I 1) J. I'.yrd\ and l duughti i '
I ,., iinhum, Fob. 28.-.James Reynolds i.. :Mabel and :Miss Vinnie Lane nt- II. 1'. Gainey and family attended Mrs. 1'. I'. Dekle> was shopping in I I and reread I It again I a iul,) it gum: In vvltli I a ;' wonclir you are surprised., S
.. 'I mode a busmoBs trip to Starke Mon t,niled church at Rock Sunday. services at Little Rock Sunday. Luke Butler Friday ,growing sense of dismay nml ,bliock. It 'ndnn: for I wanted, to wirpilse you.

4 day. J. It. Huville\ mule, a business tripto ;Mrs. Osteen, of High Springs, was ,I I :Messrs. Rnnce Ancil and John Parn."h .was a brief note, written In a waver- I Well, 3'OU haven't chanced-and I
the guest of ;Mis. J. 1>. Baxter Saturday . haven't, I guess, but hose( two years,
I 1 toy Roberts, of the Water Oak Section Lawtey Saturday., : attended the pinder shelling at InhRDI./ and it rend : t
,' ) was here Monday on business. :Mrs. Cinurd and children, of Add i'! Mr. Drawdy's Friday evening.Dewey "Dear Ednll-As the result of an operation you know-<|ticur to have two" blanks

.. Dock Hillard and little won Clyde' (;a., are here this week visiting her Kldon: Baxter was pleasant visitor Dukes visited Hcilbronn en a year ago; diner's mind was I In jour 11I(>11I01')'. However his fllceshalln.I"whllt
I. H. business visitors to Graham Sunday/ nfteinoon. .restored. Since then he has been counts 110Is the
U and K Mills were sister! Mis. I L. C. Smith. I I Thursday I fully
leturning Fiiday.Messrs. "
1 to :Stnrke Monday. Prayer meeting Tuesday and Wednesday Fi'lends of Clyde Ward are glad to planning to sec )'011. nnd Is now on his I fuf tire.
I .q' Rule Johns of Hampton, was here at the ;Methodist and see him out again after a few rlays'I',' \ Dudley Gillespie and J. N. nay. I felt that I should tell you. Any They dial t .fed for a little while of

Monday on business.Mr. Christian evenings ihurihes. Everybody come illness. I Roberts. were transacting business In great shock might I : I be harmful. WIth S this am,) that, old friends and old daja,
.5-- -- Five :Mile Friday afternoon. and suddenly, he leaned forward."L'dita .
made love IJ :feS"
&'f t : Shafer! of Jacksonville a out. :
IIAMITO.V S 1! ;Messrs. Bube Albeit WilI ; 1 have come all these miles
busines Johns
!* trip here Monday.O. ---'- The note drifted to the floor from
4 J. Abernathy und wife and MrB. JUWnK lit I I li.uns and l Dewey Dukes were among numb lingers, and Edna:: stared. with to find. out-" Then as he sought for
Will Jones, Messrs C. H. Roberts Will Hampton Feb. 28.-Last Thursday those who attended, the pinder shellingat unseeing eyes through the twilight of I words she Maid quietly :

Jonos and D.... Thomas wore in Starke' i Hrooker. Feb. 28-Rev. M. A. Wood- evening( Hampton enjoyed quite a :Mr. Drnwdy's. the room. That note from the far-oil "I inn ready to marry. you Elmer

Monday. 'I I ard, of Dukes, filled hiss regular ap- treat Rev. Thomas Wallace, the ; :Mr.. and :Mrs. B. L. Dukes visited >evv Ell 11; ,,11<.1 village turned her world whenever you are ready.
Claude Birt of Hampton was here I pomtment here Saturday and Sunday., world wide traveler, gave a very interesting :Martin Rimes Saturday. afternoon. upside down. She was engaged to Klmer lie jumped' up, came to her and putS
I his 01'11I'lroulI,1, her, his voice shako
Honday on business. I'I ;Messrs. Dukes II lidIurfree.: of lecture describing the work I ;Mrs Barbara Dukes, Sheppard and Kerney there three years ago. Ills
A party composed of Messrs. N. D. Dukes, spent Sunday. hel'e. the guestsof of the Red Cross in the* battle fieldsof Miss\ Hattie !Dukes and Miss Delle bead hud been hurt In a brave attemptto ing. "Little girl have you"been faithful -
Europe. After the lecture to me nil through" this? I
O J. David Kelly a large
Wynn, Abernathy, friends. I Dukes attended birthday dinner at halt a ninnnny horse dragging a
John McKinney and Frank Ahernathy I| ;Messrs. A. A., E. 11., G. W. Hazen assortment of very fine views were the home of Dred a Douglass, of Worth carriage In which a baby had been left : She did. not besltnte.' '"I came very ,
thrown. the { near to loxlng some one else, but I i*
lake on canvas representing I
.4 enjoyed a fish fry on Sampson and I' A Brown spent Monday at the ington Friday. by some careless parent
battles land and Those who have been true, because I thoughtyou -
on sea. .
Tuesday evening
; county seat For two years his mind had been a '
claim that their. 'i ;Masters Romeo and Nelson Dekle might-come back some time." I
., Lonnie ;McDuvid of Monteocha, was Mrs. E. H Andreu Jr., is on .the were present time an Sunday with their uncle P. 1' blank, yet she had been true to him, i :
were well spent lIe kissed her gently. "You guessed
47 in our bur Tuesday en route to money spent.
convalescing list. Dekle. until It seemed that never again would -. .
q Gainesville. G. W. Harrison, of Miller. attended Capt. and Mrs. L. J. Disler, of ,I he be himself ; and now the wonder right. i
:Montgomery Ala. have ;Miss Mae Dukes Saturday Then they tnlkeil of plans but with \
) Mrs. lona Uyrd and two little duughtors church here. Sunday. recently located spent fingers of some had brought I ,
.' surgeon
at Hampton to take of night and Sunday with ;Miss Norma the glow of her sense of sacrifice for
Beatrice and Margaret, left on Mrs. :Margaret Roberts, of Alachua, charge / hiD to life and, understanding and he, I \
their. )home after -' Hope Hall. | Dekle. i him gone, her heart. was lead within j\i
for in
t Tuesday Tampa. lis j visiting relatives he-re.. waiting to be sure of himself, was coming
a two weeks visit with relatives I J. Morgan; spent Monday afternoon W. P. Dirt, of Alachua county, was ;Masters Rowan and Anthony Johnson to claim her, while she In the past { her. lie was rt'stlclllI-ao,1 she remembered :
hero. and around, Lacrosse. .transacting business here Friday. Sunday with Marcus Dekle. of old' that he bad been. Her '
in Starke attending to business. spent year, bad about given her whole heartto S I'
Messrs. Calhoun Perry and Howard Colson and children of Mrs. J. Allen entertained her Sunday ; : thoughts went to I'htllp-to the soothing 4.
I Mrs. P. S. Messrs. Dewey Dukes, Jeff Waters a young doctor of the western viI '
Thomas, of Lake Butler, were he..e'Vl..ll1eMday Pine Hill, spent Sunday here with school class Fruity evening at her nnd H. L. Dukes were visitors at the lug(.', Philip Weuton. strengthening presence so wel. s ;,
home. 'come at the sick beds of the village !
Interehtinor :
I on business. ,I rf.1iit.lvna nnd friends. carries wer nlav- home of P. P. Dekle Sunday after Her mini traveled over nnd over the
Mr. and :Mrs. Alvin McKinney and j :Misses Ruby Edwards: and Ruby ed, delicious refreshments l were served noon. situation. Her thoughts had often been land she heard again with a sense of

Mrs. Old Sparkman, of Louise were Pnrrinh and Mr. Seeber Edwards atI I and those who were prsent had agood Mrs D. I. Blume und :Miss Josephine with Elmer for he had been worth her pain his lust bioken, "My: clear I My
,clearBut she for
was committed
I ,
time and have
r here on IusinessVednesday.. j I tended church here Sunday morning. good appetites. Blume called on ;Mrs. Deklo Sunday. love, and be was now she added l In her
there was no turning buck.
Rufus Johnson of Waldo nmj n : :'IlilisIyrtn! : Morgan bad, as her E. C. Clark has recently moved to thought. Ills (?ny and cheery wnjs-
Hampton. He has located Dennis At go spent Friday evening After reaching some conclusions
business trip| here Wednesday.C'hosley guest Sunday Miss Ora !Melvm. on B Y.
I'ogrir! made( a business trip I Roland Anderson, of Jacksonville, Saxon's farm and will have charge of with P. P. Dekle. S I I '' I 1 1 U concerning ninrilngc plans, Elmer rose

to iaineKVille: Tuesday.! who has been visiting relatives here, the place for the coming vear.l/ Geo Johnson was the guest of P. In his quick way ":
t Harvey Wairen, of Urooker, was retuined to Jacksonville Sunday af :Miss Daisy Moore, of Theressa, visited I I'. tickle Saturday evening. i-/i/ the, hotel n nil. ttlegiaph, ( the tel his.
]here Wednesday on business. ternoon. her aunt :Mrs. H. B. Weest Wednesday. MiMhes Josephine and Winnie Blame I IIS Then III I come bii cli. So long, honey

.! :Mr ami Mrs Claud, Hut, of Hampton I I T. H. Shirley made a trip to Worthington and :Misses ;Mabel, Nellie und Penrlic // I lie hack In a jUry."

k c. won1 guests of :Mrs. ISut's. parents last Sunday afternoon. Din) 'id Jones, of Hampton was attending Johnson were Sunday afternoon visitors .iJ / After he had gone she sank hack

'd ; Wednesd.ij', , ;Mr, and' Mrs. A. Lane. Several attended church at Little to business in Staike. :Satur! in Five Mile. _ _ Into one of the big chairs sinlllntf as
: Henry Ward of home day. l'' she remembered. wiijs of his that the
Sampson was tOCk Sunday. :Mis. Emma Johnson called on hciMstei '
: Tuesday. Remember, services lit tho Missionary Capt O lum and little daughter. ', :Mrs Debbie Johnson, Sunday.L. ''L years hnd, inadu her forget Thenwhnilows
:MIs i <; llertha Sloan of Sampson City Baptist church on second Sundays. were welcome visitors to Hampton on G. Johnson spent Sunday with Hint were not those of twilight -
ei yjsitel rel.itives here : Friday.On: dime iiliout hot'-buck lignin to
: 'Ihuisday. Inez Abeinathy was on the sick I list hf friend Mr. Green Biooker. r rI
,, neat
f :Messis t Cheslcv FOVCK and C. II.! Thursday' and 1"rIlay. the evening of the 18th of February New 1'11:1111..1: ; anil with Timer wns It
W. O. I Robeits vuitmg Fi
was in \ e
Kulieits( ) made' business the the people of real or just II drenml Good-by to Philip S
a trip to ;Mrs Tracy of KOI folk, Va, whois young Ihimpton :\1 iI i(. Sunday utteinoon. I IMi
I .
f county si at I Frklay. enjoyed a chicken pilau ut the homeof I} to- ,
. home on a visit is suffering from ; '. aim ;Mis !Jock harris, of Dukespassed '
\ .John Thomas, of lirooker{ was in a I elapse of the flu. Dr. and ;Mrs. ;Mtlileton. Those through Fivelile: Sunday. Checking her thought she rose. and :ti

y E our burg) (n,'May.Mis Little IMj: th-Jewel Kubanks spent present were !Misses Ethel Hunt, :Ma John Dix I and son Saturday I went outside. The great western sky .
; . Alma livid I mid thildien I loft the' week-end with her. grandparents.Jesse tel Seals, riervl :Mullady, Evelyn' night with 11. J. Thomas.spent unbroken hv hllN I niched hove her to
I'lid.iy for 1'lunt City where they will Shirley of Jacksonville, spent Seals, Eva Williams, ;\lul'loI'iellIxw..1I: I tar hOI'Ion. i '1'1 lie, night had a calmness -
Itl the visitors
{ iCsidu' in the 1iitmi,.... Wo regret to Saturday and Sunday vhere with his ''I'' and ;Mrs. C. E. Harper; :Messrs. Willie live Among Mile :Monday imminent vveie :Messis. T. in J. I I nnd) a pence she did not feelj; the
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ri I lose them very much. parents Mr and Mrs. T. B. Shirley.J. ,Johns Ranee Johns "':-1hViIIillms., : nnd W. A. Dekle of Lake Butler. Roland I step before her' mennt happiness orneglect. rJ
:Mr. and, ;\lrs. I'll I'I'lsh, of Sampson .J. Morgan made a trip to Worthington !, ,\. A. Futch, Alva Sax n, Percy Guf- Thomas of, and Oscar- / How oddly, Klmer: hail,! acted r'\\
Midway .
City wre home flunsil.iy on business. Sunday morning I fin, Cyril :Manire, Jam i 1\IlIx\\'ellllnll ill' I I -ll't ho had nlwnjs ,been swift In notion .'j
r Mr. and Mrs. 1) L Picvntt entertained A. U. Currency was transacting! business ;Mr Holman. :Mr, IIo')man furnished own.Mis.. 1'. P. Dckle was transacting I and thought ii;
,, fl-c u number! of their lends on in .Jacksonville' one day last music for the merry crnvrd, which business in Dukes and! Worthington In the midst of her thinking there l i

Ii Thursday, (evening with u pindc-r shelling w eek.Mrs.. greatly enjoyed by all. WIIS// :\londl1 '. was n fi<'a in}perl ne on the v\nlk. and a .'1
and chicken J. J. Biannen one of tow.headed, youngster appeared.. lie ) ,
pilau Quite? a number ; II. Shaw of Ray City, Ga., our Oscar ;McLeod of Miller\ was business
attenfleil'' 'anil, all repotted u nice spent last week here with her sister farmers, motored to Staikt SaturdllY'1 visitor to Five :Mile Monday.a S. thrust out his blind "Here's a note. !
-I time. Rev Norris will preach ut Miss Dunenn. A fellow nt the hotel
;Mrs. A. H. Surrenty who is critically ,
Dr. King, of Lake Butler. passed
Willie I'I'i Ice made a business trip to ill. tist church Sunday :March !9th at 11' ) gave me a quarter for brlngln' It up." I'
through Fivelile; Monday.The .
Jacksonville' :Monday. \v. S. N'abb made business tripto a. m. Everybody invited to be pres 'I Wondering. she took it and went In-
heavy rain last after-
Saturday It ) It
Is You After
"Philip Aill"! .
Roy Roberts, of Water Oak, was i I Worthington Sunday morning. ent. noun inteifeied' with the wood-saw-1' sl, The note was In Elmer's! handwriting -
here Thursday on business.Mrs. nttenefed .. I K. W :Moore, of Theressa and family how :
S Alirer Thomas of Miller i ings at he homes of :'Ifeslrs.Iartin: 'II they 'lime back to her I And he
O .J. Abernathy was in Ilamp.S services here Sunday. were visitors to Hampton Sunday. Rimes and Rhett Drawdy "Try, try wns conilntr to her because he thought "Pear Old cnum-Just forgive me
tun Thin sdiv on biiHiness.Mr. i :Mrs. E. I*, Crosby was on the sick The Woodmen Circle will meet next again." \Ve wish better luck next she wns stilt true to him us she bud for. tbls. I came out here because I
; ; Lin/ie mad a business trip list part of the past week Friday afternoon at :J o'clock for the I you once mild i she wIIIII,1l1I I '1I be, ".\11)' thought you would he waiting for me.

ti> I Hampton Thuisday I Mrs. Rosetta ()steen, of High purpose of installing o11 cprs. All the tint'5 great" xliock 1II"hl.l'"' e harmful"-If he I knew how you used to be.
S Mm.s: :Mnhel l\rd! wns in I Hampton Springs/ is spending a few days with members me urged: to be present. I came' with high: liojn's. fur across the Hut I ximrily can't go through withIt.

on business J Friday.Mr. her mother Mrs I'nuly: Abbott. Sunday Rev. Thomas Wallace delivered I BORROWED FROM RUSSIAN (continent I to meet a r..fll'lnl-whllt I'' 8011I e\\'o y. you've changed ; and
: l1I1dI! I'll. I Percy Tones have returned : Trunk K: Wood, of Jacksonville two very interesting and impressive I would hll p"II, ? let, she told! herself I have n sneaking; feeling) thnt jouIlke

from Lacrosse wheie they have was transacting, business hero Friday. sermons to a 1 It"ge i audience.All Table Linen Designs Showing Semi. she must nut consider Hint ; this ques- [I I ...:iniehodj' here One of t htos/ -
f been at the I lieiNido of thir I /Kinnclfiith- :Mrs R. Andreu and little daughter. weie pleased and hope to hear hintagain. I' Barbaric, but Pleasing, Popular tlon WHS-did I die love him I ? I sins! 'I ut nip wise lit, the hi,tol_ __.. un.Ant_ tn__

S er, :Mi r. Cad I H I.> has: a numlier l.laiiH1,, were w'ek.n.1'illitol'll with I I In Needlework World.A With a low iiionii, of Inner nnunlshHI : tell the tinth. I fell In love with one

of friends here who an1 /glad to hear :Mrs. Andreus' parents Mr and :Mrs. J. I K Dav'is of Orlando, lepresenting { ) .. Mtilkeil, to I the bed,/ and Inv down of the girls at the hospital ; and, I

that he is i inprovini. H. C, demons of Alachua.Iheodoie the C W. JCaring & Co., of Jacksonville i vogue/ for table linen showing tho upon It. tr3'litg to !find hoping, HIM! feel as If I ought to marry her. So,

;M'is.V m. pniks and son, Oliver (demons formerly of was! transacting !business in our semt-bnrlmrlc, but wholly pleasing designs Prli3I mhZ that I she could, find l n way our. being as It 1'1. I'm going back tonight.

Montcocha: were here Saturday. t Hiooker hut now of Alachua was in town :Monday.L. used by Russian peasants Is innk- I Her I hail gluts. went over t the old 1 and Don't feel hnrcl against me I didn't
Rufus Johnson, of Waldo, made a Urooker visiting friends/ and relatives B. Noil'is, of Jacksonville, was Ing Itself felt In. the 1I"l'dlelVOl'k01'101.. liappv' ,il.ivs malt.Ii him In the farnwnyhome I realize until I got here As ever."l'f.MER..

1 I: business) tilp here Saturday last wl''k.Ir.: demons has been in ill town Monday. lie represents the The stftcbes are dimple In the extreme: tiivvn bis cheery voice sOllnd.1Hruill. I : ."

:Mis. A. Lnne and\ little son, Lloyd the !Service of Uncle Sam for several lewis-Chitty Co., of Jacksonville, and Bonn-thing like our own attractive I nnd, bis blu hearted! wtiys fieshened She crumpled the note nnd, laughed

spent Sat unlay, in I Hampton guestsof months \but has his di..,hllr ... II is' i visits our town quite often. l'ro"tlll'h, but outlining squares, triangles In her memory a bit tenrfullv "How near to regret/
her ".'UlI'htl'l'lrH.. Claude lintPug'K'cr fiu'iids are glad to see him back in Geo W. Palmers, of New York forinerly etc. They are used for conventional Yet, even ns she though!, her mind I w'* were'I' I lliou;hl nml, he (nought; -
I) Jones, of Sampson City good health of Ilunipton was ,the guest ofJlllph birmltrs! and i small I nll-uver patterns pictured t'hlllp grave nml Kind beloved but foil knew!I"

S was a pleasant visitor here Fritl ly C. I I.'. Wilson spent Thursday in : Williams last week.M. wbich resemble woven figured In the village nlwnvs gentle She stepped( to the, phone nnd) when
J evening.Harvej. tuiinesville; : Watterson has received a :JOhoisepovver ? material. tender nnd !,1I.It'lIt.'hllt. xlmiilcl she n (deep. pleasant voice nnftweieij.' she

I I \Va rIin a iiI I biother, Hrinco, J. E. demons: spent Monday in engine and is planning: to At for tho color, It Is usually a monotone .Io? What was right for her. to do? Riilil,) : "Philip.} It Is-It 'Is' yon after ,

S wore here SmturJ.iy on Imsiness. S Jacksomill> transactinglnisiness.Grandma run un t.lecll'ic! light )plant in connection :- n clurk reil for Instance, or n 'pImer was coming. that warning Ill-!
S _;Master I T..J... Warren and, lien Owens 'Itaxter is the guest of her with the vvaterwoika which will blue, while the background! / IH n loose- note from-. -nis- sister! toui- -nor mat ; It seemed tn her Hint she hid) no

or ;ivassunviiie. were Dimness! visitors ..tllul'htl.11'11.S ; ". J. Pmholster, this be quite an improvement to Hampton weave linen. Oltrn they are worked Philip had l been patiently waIting. and more than turned, from the telephone,
S here Satmdiy. \\lnle hire they were week. ------ with 1t.1'lIndl4'l-wOI'k, background clone she had been about to answer "Yes"to nit liomuizlm actually die hail lingered

S truest of his aunt and untie, :'III'. andMrs R. B. Andieu, Sr., of Jacksonville i FInIII.E; : :: with a I thread m I I lo match the I linen. A the question hesitating ou his lips. there when slip henrcl the sound of

. D J. livid.After spent, last. week-end, here with .relatives. little black worked In with either the Yet- quick flrm steps whose meaning almost -
n thirty day furlough Llnie Five Mile, I-eb. Rosiei, ofK.uford red or the blue Is pleasing but not The faInt silvery chimes of the frightened her. The door opened(

a S Lane has returned to Niwpoit News \Ve are sorry. to report Grandma motored through Jo'I'e1&1: & ,' quite so true to tho original Russian clock In the hall hal echoed through and she was lifted bodily. pinioned In
.5 $ Vn,, where he will take his post of Anderson but slightly, improved 'lui-sdiiy, en route to .Dukes scheme. Often a dark green is combined the housn the strokes of eight o'clock arms so strong they made, her cry a
: duty on boaid, 1 I the, Huron U. I II, ,Johns of New River wns a :.Mr. und, :Mrs. Allen Green visiud with the reil. The edges of the before she reached. her derision ; and bit with pain

?, U. C. Hutchmson of Staike, was visitor here. Sunday. relatives in our section Tuesday, returning pieces are hemmed nnd n buttonhole calmly' IIHp one who hnd found, pence "Mv clear wns. that your voice? ,Was
here Thursdnv in the interest of the :Mrs. Edwin Thomas of Cooler. Pond to their home near Urookor stitch taken over the entire Item. through a dec.lslon, touched by the Immortal I dreaming I'hlllp snld hoarsely
growing of heuns for the factory at was visitor.. here Tuesday morning \\cdnesday. !beauty of sacrifice she IlI'OS&I( She quieted him In the old Immortal

htnrke. We had a heavy rain Saturday afteinoon :Mrs. Drawdy ant son, Ardcll, visited NEW SLIPS to pause with freshly beating heart. way-with her lips
L J. I H Powliujr. of Waltlo.1114 here doing much damnge to the I near liaifoid lust week. CLOTH She heard outside, the even, rnensured "It's not a dieam. dear heart, but

Saturday afternoon, /' on business. I !public roads washing up bridges etc. ;Mrs. Lena Drawdy and children steps of Doctor"t''n., and a I t the beginning of a beautiful one for
) :Messrs. ( hllrll') Rollins and FIde: : :Michael Andreu who has been in silent Tuesday with her mother, :Mrs. Popular Garment, Very Decolleto and moment Inter the ring of the bell fora you and me," she w hispered.Unslg'Pmtfy .

Gunter, of Waldo, made! a business the service of the navy came home B. L. Dukes. Sleeveless Kept on by Faith wild moment. she felt that she could i
I trly here Saturday afternoon. Tuesday with a discharge from ser- ;Mrs. B. J. Thomas called on Mrs. P. and Tiny 'Ribbon. not fncu him ; then setting her will, I Garment

.* S Messrs. Marvin Ha/en and ;Matthews vile. P Dekle Wednesday morning. she went quietly down the stairs to Our Is the only nge In which a man

i t of Hrooker were here Saturday ;Mrs C ;Mills, of Starke visited her Joe Williams, of Providence, motored pettlcontless Some new Blips times to are be made worn of In silver these meet him. I is obliged to wear ugly and unsuitable

on business.! giandmother part of last week. over to !,'ivelile; Wednesday to I His band held hers without releasing clothes-a civilized man, that la,
L Me srs. Jas. Reynolds and H F %v. Ward and family, of Worthing have some rice cleaned. lie was accompanied cloth very decollete, and sleeveless, of It, as his grave blue eyes looked for whoever has once seen an Arab
,, Price made a business trip to Hampton ton. attended church here Sunday. by his father-in-law, Mr. course. .Faith hope and a tiny narrow Into her fact with a glance that touched In his Incomparably graceful burnous
ribbon across the shoulders SAnd
Saturday. | Rev. Moody, of Lacrosse filled his Louis Gay. It afforded us much pleas. in keep them her with a caress that was both white folds about the head will

L. Mrs. J. C. Rollison, of Sampson City regular appointment at Little Rock ure to meet again with these friendsof desirable place. as Anyway they fall they from are the distinctly shoulders adoration and homage. I realize that I1lgnlty and beauty of costume -

S LS. was a guest of Mrs. George Stone on Primitive church Sunday. our youthful days. to the knee and After the familiar greetings she have not yet gone wholly out of
_I ) ? Sunday. I Dave Hall of Lake Butler, was a :Mrs. P. P. Dekle and Mrs. D. I. and petticoat too. serve as drew him aside and breathlessly she the world. There we' have a natural

ir Mrs. Gus Wynn and Mrs. Roberson, business visitor here last week. Blume exchanged visits Wednesday One of black shadow lace will be told him what her decision was He beauty which no civilized garb has

S of Sampson City, were pleasant visitors : H C. Surrency is spending a few and indulged in the usual gab-feat. welcomed for wear with the fashionable did not stir; only the slow, tense ever allowed us. Yet In what age but
T here Sunday. I days here with relatives. Among the Wednesday visitors to black and clenching of bis left hand told her his ours were there not possibilities of

Henry Ward, of Sampson City, wa I I j Dred Douglass and family, 'of Five ;Mile were Messrs. J. L. Simpson real Brussels evening lace U gown charming one for of a mental stress. When she bad finished.It personal decoration? In losing the

here Sunday. I Worthington spent Sunday here with Jennie Parnsh, Tuck Andrews white dancing frock: or for a bride. seemed to her that the room was lesson of the dandy we hare lost .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts. and little his sister Mrs. Lydia Anderson, who and B. J. Thomas. Until the laundry situation returnsto throbbing with the pulsations .of her much. -
.S son, Roy, Jr., of Water Oak visit il seriously ill. Messrs. D. I. Blume and P..P. De heart. .1-. f

-. ed their parents here, :Mr and Mrs. E. T. Stewart spent Sunday herewith kle are busy burning out some troublesome normal will enjoy the :cotton deserved crepe popularity.A undergarment / .- His vole was vibrant with effort Not Romantle.Trld ;
C. B. Roberts, Sunday. his family. stumps while for be said : "If love -
waiting the camisole and a robe de null of white as you him and I can to fet Flubdub to tate a
Roy Dirt, of Louise, was a visitor We are glad to see Mrs. J. S. For- time to plant. cotton crepe make a useful and attractive understand bow yon might now that walk In the country."
here Sunday.Mr. Geo. Johnson is know he II himself '
planting quite a set. Just at the front of the yoke you again there .U "What for? ,
and Mrs. N. D. Wynn and chili i j Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day large patch of sugar cane this week. of each II appllqued a pink satin :rose. nothing else for you to do. I wish- "Just to see the frost on the pumpkln -

dren visited relatives at Sampson City DruSgilti refund: mon7 If PAW OINTMENT fill! George believes in having plenty of Neither garment has aleevea and both well. I wish you. happiness, Iota of It. and all, that sort of thlnf."
Sunday. tocurclu.hlnl.BUod, Bleeding Pnxmdinl .PlJr all the
ye.-- He's not that
) bare pointed shoulder J sort. The only
loncanlly relieves ItihlnA Ptlvn. thing
: Miss Minnie Dowling, of Waldo, rawful ump after the flr,t > >llunu' -" -i ssi can-= Eye specialist Fraxec,, of Lake City -- I Be_rose and stepped to the door. A out lLIu'R.! ..kJn. that wonld interest. :
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