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: March 14, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04698
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Land at :New York and Newport News Farmer Killed( in Duval; County Near

t tittbu \\1 'N: t I -Part of the 27th Division Whih.hotls.-Jllulthh'r Held LOAN OPENS ON APRIL 21 1

1Judf \ .LI..01..01 ..... :. ....Jhth'f. I ;
'a .t.. ,. New York, Mnr.! 11.-With I ,Jacksonville Mar 10.,-Lewis Herman -

: 1, $'' -- fly,. officers and 2,074 troops a well-known farmer of the -- -- ---

Vas i: 'Personnel of German Fleet Cut Twenty-seventh division- eiKhtY-1 White (House ('l.tion'IIS shot and Campaign Will Last For Three W. II. JONES( SIT It It KNURRSio :

mil i 1 York stute National killed in front of his daughter's' home I2 ELI EVE: HIS BONDSMKXJ :;; :=

,>.llo! 15,000 Men-Army To L "toamer Mount Vernon arrived here I Thursday nurht. Weeks, Closing on Saturday -

today from Brest. The vessel broughttogether Martin Snttler, n son-in-law of Herman II. Collier, a white man, was lodged
140,000 Men and Officers '' 'May Tenth in jail Tuesday night. by Sheriffl.pprrson
'( 2,851 troops, including n' and Barbara wife of Saltier, arc

moo large' number of casuals and ninelynx held in the naval county jail. Snt- : charged with selling mort-

FORTS ON RHINE TO BE DE nurses together with seven officers tier! is charged! with the crime, anti hn SHORT TERM NOTES OF NOT gngc-d. propet ty, The charge was nude.

.' IIId Rl.'t: men, sick or wounded. wife is i, accused, of b'lnloan accessory.According by '1', It. Handler, of Raiforel. Collier

t., I STROYED-NO MORE GASNSERMANVH 4 4I usual companies aboard included< to :firs Saltier, the shooting MORE THAN FIVE YEARS was rested lit Live I Oak.s .

n! !)71 of West Virginia, 1)1)7) of was the result of n 'quarrel which ,\ Shoritr JoPlu'rlloll11": returning/
,\ ;1t1 IIIII' I : I ; ( :! ; 11'I Lh
AlnlYWIT; BE RK- from i Live Ollkton.lay; night withI
ginm and 1,411 of Tennessee.The I she had with her fathtr. She says '

t .:' CRUI'I'ED: : TO SERVE Tr.LVK itciimship Ohioan arrived from no m-cusod her father of steulnn \ PitoiiMiL'v HI: ,\MXII: It OR( 'eillie-r ho was, joined by'II.I l. Jones, f l

, : ti'.i"teaux with li:!7 troops, n major- $:.llio, which she and her husband' had uvn: or' iNintrsrii.i.: : HI:: who iviuli-i-Pil hil1l ,'If'nllli nsked, to
rl, 1 ;YE.\HS--\O "v them of thc Three Hundred and saved. Ho becameiingrv and drew! u bo hidgi-il in jlllThis\ wits the second ;
-: \" ; nESlm'l'OT:' ( I. IIKIII; ;: 11J.\\ i 1'111( imii > ou 1 tune ,1"11I'( had asked to be placedin 1
.1I >iv: eighth infantry of the Kighty- rexoKi-r. thientoning to shoot her. ,
'... \. T,' ALLOWED COMMISSION: :; :' TOI nth division ( national army men ;\11',.. Settler claims" *ho then cnllcil FOIUTII: 10 \NS-C: ,\MP: ,\ir.NS; :' :; jail to relieve his bondsmen. and! !the (

I ,I OUT Arkansas, Louisiana and SEE TERMS; ARK CARItlKD
\ PPi.) "in the act! of shooting" seized. a do'i- now in fail awaiting an order from
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II' The steamship Adriatic which arrived ble-biirrt-lod. shotgun\ anti fired at the Judge I U ills. us to the disposition
London, Mar. 11.-The personnel dw here from Liverpool today, I old<1 man, who died almost instantly.Suttler's ;Mar. I-Th: Victory his, case. The l.riRu'll'r'M'ifu divorced
f the German fleet is to be restricted ) of the shooting I Liberty Loan 1 campaignvill open on him some time ago/ and 1 the court
brought) 20! steerage passengers,, most story was
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Monday April 21: I and close throe
to 15,000 men, the supreme council nr' them Americans who had been dis- the slime ns his xvifo'n. lie claims to ordered that he pay her alimony. Jones,
1 decided according to dis- YeE works later, Satindtiy, !May 10.Secretary ). limns, that through illness he hits bo-
as press ,'hurgpcl from the Canadian expeditionary have driven two miles to inform a I
if atchea from Paris. forces. Many of them were friend of the tiugcdy. Ho and his Glass: nntiounrml 1 tln elates rune u mi Mi- to meet these paymentsand

The military conditions to be im- TJ negroes; who had enlisted in the Ca- wife were waiting at their home when I tonight>' together with the fuel that wished 1 to surrender" himself, to
short<< term note" maturing in not over
osed on Germany include guaranteeso nadian army before the United States the officers of the law armed.Herman's save his bondsmt-n from trouble on hi1II''OUllt.
tanks will be built and no more pol- y five yours would bo issued instead of I'I iI
A'i entered the war. The Adriatic also body was, searched, but I
manufactured and, all Germanar 11yY longer term Imiuli. The; amount of As tho matter stands, it
on gas besides now appears
discharged lft)8!) Canadian troops at u watch( and rosary, only $:JOin
material must be handed over and, .utrPl'T Halifax on this trip. cash wus found. notes to IIP oHVioil. was not disclosed, that ho will have to remain in jail until
but it hill been generally understood
estroyed. lie bond. Jones
- -- -- can give n new ,
Bringing 3,742 including 908
troops, that the loan would I lie for minimum
i Allied commissions will supervisee "rick and wounded the transport Agamemnon :MISS:; ILTI''ntT: (;.s hllrl'IIDAI'1.1itT n 'I formerly lived at Saxton where he was ,,
E. C. SCOTT of $5,000,000,000( ( with the treasury reserving -
out of these conditions. '
carrying arrived here today from 1 I employed by tho Sturko Lumber Com
I : Formerly a member of the Signal': the right to accept nil over.suhscrlptlonll. pany.
4 Brest. Others on the Agamemnon in- :
Mar. 11.-The decisions of Corps of Uncle Sam's army, station- .-----
t t.i Paris, I eluded 171 nurses, seventy-seven civilians Friiliiy, evening from seventhirtyto
I various boundary commissions of I ed in Texas Since his discharge Mr. Class: Raid the interest rate and (::11
1 e I thirteen army field clerks and ton o clock, lit the home of her parents IJ.I'OIUI..
L e peace conference are being fram- he has resumed his position with the fifty-two casual officers. :Mr. and !Mrs. W B Young, Miss thp amounts to bo exempted from -

I 2 in accordance with the instructions Starke Telephone Co. Kate Young entertained a number of taxation would not bo determined until rllilforelorllr.: : 14.-What are wo

the council for speedy ac- I a week or two before the campaign us farmers going to do if this weather
supreme - -----. --- i RAirnni) her friends. the happy occasion mark. :
on by the conference and it is ex- ; trillion. ing the fourteenth univorsnry of her they would l Im bused 1 upon( financial continues

? cted all the reports will be completby In estimating the war losses of all Raiford, Mar. 14.Rev Summers. birth. I conditions. at that time. It was esti- IJov. Johns, of near Urooker, preach

yl the end of the week. The com- the powers the first f figures of one of was in town :Monday. The parlor, hall and dining room nuitoil, however that thp antes. might od at Guilford! Baptist church Saturday
.i fissions have been told when they boar interest in excess of t 1-4 percent and .
the great aggregated a trillion xxero decorated with beautiful cut J
powers A. D. Andrews made business trip
the interest rate on tho third
mid not agree they should submit francs, and those of another power to Jacksonville Tuesday. flowers, and the young folks. hud III lion. J. K. IIl1uR'IIIIIIIIIU'nIr..ll'hurrh
be reports of various viewpoints, above half trillion time playing and listening and fourth loans. at Shady Grove: in Levy county, Saturday .
:N were slightly a gay: games ,
Rev. K.: C. Wells left for Callahan :Short Term Nudes Holler\
it to the council to make de- returning homo .
r aving a francs, namely 000,000,000,000 francs. to music. The charming young hostess IInll-1u"lay,
;Monday, having closed the protracted After studying. flnunoiiil conditionsin '
I ,1 .
dsion ,
The first estimates have graduallybeen rpcohed I a largo number of beautiful "
J.. The American members of the comission reduced until the present aggregate meeting Sunday night. presents, and the evening passed nil parts of the country, said Mr.iluss .S. A. St rich hind attended| chunh at ,

,;+' ? it is reported, had been whol.'l'il'fy covering the losses for all countries I I Mrs. Lou Walker, 'of Jacksonville, most happily for all present.5vs. ( : "I have determined, that the, interests Guilford Saturday night and Sunday.Mrs. .

judicial and without favoritism, is about one-fifth of the first spent part of fast week here with relatives Young' assisted, by Mrs. J. C.I I of I the United. Slates will host I.. I-'. Johnson .left for Jacksonville .

N !therPbY incurring criticisms from the highest estimate and in final form it anti friends. l>itrgs and Mrs (O. If. Spencer, served I I.e' ser'vod" lit this* time by the issuance(' Saturdty morning: where she will

ll r:I,' partisan claimants almost daily. will probably bo in the neighborhoodof Miss Mattie Stilsby spent the weekend delicious refreshments of cream ol Blunt term notes" iiilhor than of ninth". her hlll11('.

.f The inter-nlliod commission which thil't '.f.f'e or forty billion dollars. with her sister, Mrs. Eury Rodel ... and cake. longer! term bonds which would haveto"siIamond! ( and Orlis 1'oarro, ofI
all leave Paris Wednesday for Brus- l bear the limited, rllt..If\ intoii-st of I Lulu in Mils comnuinity Sunday.
The lion] figure has not yet been sh, near Lawtcy.Mrs i - --- -- were
; to resume negotiations with the .1 I 11 1 per cent. I I rrank Chaiu'ev, of l.nko Butlpr! ,
'j'lels. wiiton into the committee report but .. Sullie Williams no.1 bale nil''e,1 mSI\I: :
fJ: ( for the release of the Ger. I "Th'f 1 < has "been left in blank and passed as I Kline: Walker, of Jacksonville, visited I -- I, opened
HIP form of of the
lake notes
f trlan merchant shipping and the pro- "x" "o that an insert figure may bo fiiendsnnd relatives here Sunday and I Rising, Mnr.[ 1 14.-We certainly lire : !\Iardl :trdMr. k
.( ,:Visioning of Germany will consist only shown when there i is, understanding as Monday.Miss having our sheen of the ruin in the United Stales maturing in not. over and Mrs ThoimiH Dirks are receiving
of the' commissioners themselves. I five yours from (IIH' date of iR"'"'. congriiliilutions. fhej ar-
to the formal dec. ision on the amountto Mamie Denmark left for Jack. rising settlement., It hns brought'lht. : / upon
They will not be accompanied J h' tholargo "1hoH, notes will bp, ns well as thof.iliplty of line boy, born day lustwet
i liviil ( one
\ be exacted., The covenant of thc """villIollduy, : where she will spendshort l la farmers to wearing melancholylook Loan bonds, tindirect 'online a
t'! number of experts and attaches league of nations does not argue us n time with her brother, John. but br, of good chi-c-r. Wo have pi 'k.
who went to Spa for the earlier nego. I to pay of the United States, will (' C'. to Lnko
part of the pc-nc-o treaty but will be to have the ruin to appreciate the McCnll; motored over
II 1. Taylor, of Jacksonville, was in IIP I issued both in registered and con-
tiations. The American members of ,
treated) separately, although the treaty (I sunshinennd bnd. roads. to appreciatethe Under Saturday.
Iii the committee arc Thomas W. La- make frequent. reference to the duties town visiting friends' Sunday. ]' good' ones. : poll form, and the coupon notes will Robert' Conrson, of hear Lulu, attended -

mont, Herbert C. Hoover, and J. R. which are to bo entrusted. to the Mis.: A. I. Crews and baby, of Jack-1' Mrs. W. ;M Dickens, of Sanford, has l hIt in final form mid, will harp ntlnched church at Guilford: Runiluy.

Robinson. Homille came out Friday to attend the interest coupons coveting tint. made. to,
i#! league.To 'been !spending' several days with ;Mrs Master Koy I Douglass a trip
i' I.;'j The first rough outlines of the peace the revival at the Baptist church She I .1. :M Brownlee entire life of the notos. I nm hopeful lake" Butler Saturday.
I Gorman-: \iintriun
,'I treaty are beginning to take form nsa Inti--ialo| Airainst CrcthoMovakiaIn :: \.n.. joined by :Mr. Crews Saturday af-1' Hum: Alvarez has n new pet. Ho that It..,. notes in final! engraved form ----- -

i, result of the rapid disposal 1 of the I tc-rnoon, returning to the city Sunday..': is nursing a cine of the mumps. His will Ire, ready/ for delivery\ by the opening .\ .\ HOUiVS: i:
I' council of investigation of GermanAustrian ; I of the campaign on April'I.: J.
? before the
main questions
There ervices
were at Baptist ,, friends hope* he will soon be well
the great powers. The preliminarydraft I and Hungarian intrigues againstthe church Sunday morning and evening, Sidney< Jackson has been working at I "I 1 111m led to adopt. the plan of Issuing \\hrreas" it has pleasc-cl our Allwise. .

will he well along. within the new state of CV.echo-Slovakm, as the evening, service being the close of the State Farm during the rainy short term rotes rather than the 1 Heavenly, Pother to take from

: pr . .-. .i ...i i\\"h the arrival of non us documentary evidence is received the revival weather. The farmers are getting so I.mug term bonds largely .linen unite of tho our camp and association our esteemed i

Pro d, t .\ il. on final rat i"lon will was decided upon at the meeting The to the home I I discouingoil lots> of them gellingpublic fact that I believe\ (that a short term sovereign, Aaron C. Crews, a member
stork paid visit fire
i iof
proceed so as to have the document of the supreme council today I issue, will maintain a prico at about of All friends Camp No. I3H: W.
:Mr. and :Mrs. (;('orgl' Anderson on ,: I IIr. I
ready for presentation by I the end) of Tho od'icinl statement issued l after Thursday night, leaving a little :\ and :Mrs W. A. Dubose visited par far more readily than would! u O.) 1V., Stake, and.

next week and thus conform to :Marshal the meeting rends: daughter I' friend, here Sunday, searching' for longer term issue Whereas, the loss of the comradeship -
Foch's limit of March 20, though "The supreme council considered I "I have not yet reached a decision us I nod association of our esteemed, ( .
land I""i'a tnr But
and they
the British apparently are inclined to communications from the armistice ;Mrs. Garrett, of Gainesville, spent i I i decided more Sturko the to the rate of interest and exemptions sovereign is HI> greatly missed by MX;
not only plume
dyl doubt the possibility of currying out commission rl'g'lIrdinlothe situation in the week-end here with her fri.nd'j(I that would' have to be put on blocks tohirer from taxation which those notes will Therefore, I I.,,. it rosohn'cl bv All

the program on time. Poland. At the request .>f the Czechoslovak Mrs. Goo. Jacobs. I it out of wilier.Mrs. bear, .because. this decision must ho '' l-'iic-nds Camp No. IlH.V.: o.V.., of

The treaty promises to be a'ry republic concerning German- Hi-v. Wiggins, of the Advent church, : J. M Brownlee has been on tho uncoil.
long document, chiefly owing to detailed Austrian and Hungarian intrigues filled his regular appointment here'' suk list lately but is improving.We prior to the opening of the campaign. Crows we hove lost a beloved and
against the new state, the council con.I'id'rl'd and :' 1 I
provisions concerning the German Sunday Sunday night glad to know Unit Charles honored brother' and member, and wotnko

military system and methods for the reports and decided to in- :\1'I<.lIl1n'lI arc children. are up from asevere Same As, Other Campaigns this opportunity to pay trihuto

its control by the allies. It will em- vetnrate them a* soon ns documentary case of the whooping cough. I "I 1 take this opportunity to repeat to his memory hind thnt our sympathy
of tho Gorman
body, however only five or six main evidence is received weeping Inlllitary | Th.tatH: I-'nrni Amusement Co. is what I have ulieady stilted, that it I is CHIOS out to the bereaved family and
establishment down to 100 t
divisions, namely: "The council then discusses. the conditions : well from around hero both the intention of tho treasury department friends, of our fellow! Sovrrelgn.Hesolved .
with dot! men with 4,000 officers the army patronized | '
I First, military, naval and aerial under which the powers by the old and the Jim Wainwright to carry on the name kind) of intensive that these resolutions hit
to be recruited the young
for the special' interests and the states in process by voluntary sys- sent. by
terms, ; second, representations took eleven on his truck Saturday campaign: for distribution us xprend' on the minutes, a copy
for of twelve .
tern the ,
war ,damages' ; third, German boundaries of formation should participatein period years.Tho night to the, movies, lately added .- heretofore. It would bo it most unfortunate our clerk. to the bereaved family, and
of this is limit I
; fourth, economic and financial the discussion with the great pow- : effect to to the I occurrence if the people of n copy be, sent, to the Itrudford County
strength to less than the company.
provisions; and, probably, fifth, responsibilities ers regarding: their frontiers. I her !Mulley Alvarez has been on two ': the United! States failed to take these Telegraph for publication.
number of Switzerland has in
for the war. Settle Question of RepresentationIn men I n..hinlo'xp'ditionll lately but the fish notes, thus placing the burden of subscriptions Paused. in regular: meeting of All
j I Iildn't |
in accordance with the decision yesterday nrmy. I tho hunks. The business No. I'M: at Starke,
All these main subjects are an to be hungry Hu is still | on Jo'rit'nd"Imp
of Other provisions In the militnry
advanced stage and have been either today closed the arguments ; ,I living in hopes though, for he of the country looks to the bunking Feb. JH, 1H9.! \
t terms limit the arms and munitions says .
for -
the small nations representation -- ---
adopted or agreed on in principle;* system for credit wherewith to Carryon
he in again soon. The lust time
I with the exception of some reserved on the economic and l othercommittees I Germany may possess to a quantity 1 he went going he ho hud to get behind its operations, and if this credit IIIahllorhe,1 I :ISO< ItrSINK'sS:' FOR .\ ll1I1'T.
: conference.Representatives sufficient for 100,000 men and all the says
of the peace I|
points on which the president and to a largo extent by the purchase
hook the
bait his to
remainder must be delivered or destroyed a tree to keep i .
of Belgium, Greece Wanamakor the world's greatest
premiers are to take final action. I of government: securities, there John
fish from getting tho bait before he I
Roumania German forts along the riv- .
Poland, Czecho-Slovakia, merchant, in an Interview on adprtixing
The military terms adopted yesterday will be many limitations placed upon
it the hook. We are not yet
named Rhine also must he destroyed. The got on
Serbia and one country to he er ' time said. :
were in the hands of the drafting I convinced though, seeing he never I the supply of credit for business purr \ some ago
will have representation on the finance imperial general staff is abolished asthe Is business on earth
experts today to be put In the form of home that's another poses. Our merchants and manufacturers "If there one
brings so just
I any
result of reducing the force. Discussion '

articles of the treaty. The naval and committee. fish need ample credit for settingthe that 'quitter' should severely leave
Pope Urges Speedy Peace With Germany of the subject was resumed by one of Malley's yarns. alone it Is advertsiing. To make a
aerial terms are agreed to except as Some of good have been wheels of industry in motion for ,
to regarding the disposal of the large I' the supreme council today, basis for the roads and bridges peace time production and distribution success of advertising, one must bprepared

German ships and the dismantling of It has become known that Pope the debate being Marshal Foch's acceptance working much on from last week's: and the wage earner Is directly to stick to it like a barnacleon
since damage
Benedict has addressed an appeal to of Premier Lloyd Geor"e'sproposal so boat's bottom. He should knowbefore
Kiel canal.
[the Heligoland and the I rains. The river just below Raifordwas interested in swing that these wheelsare a
ermany's eastern, western and the the powers emphasizing the urgency to reduce Germany's armed and worked there kept moving at a normal rate in I he begin: it that he must spend
flooded they I
orthern boundaries are now beforehe of the speedy conclusion of peace with force of 200,000 as previously agreed last week damming the order that full employment at good money-considerable of it. Somebody
Germany. I upon to 140,000 men and to substitute I three days also that ha cannot
should tell
committee readjustment
councilor in the on 1'1"orts. river The bridge Gum Branch wages may continue and where i
The eastern and northern It is. understood that the pontiff volunteer for required army service. I terrible over condition making conditions have necessitateda hope to reap results commensurate
still in ,
oundaries are to be determined on states that the Vatican possesses reliable -, Provisions! for 200,000 men serving U almost a Impossible. For the Blowing down of industry, it is vitally : with expenditures early in the game.

lith ursday. The western boundary will information that the situation I I one-year terms would have given Germany traveling weeks the mail has boon delivered important that activity be resumed i Advertising:'t.Jerk; it pulls. It
u i Ibe settled Friday. in Germany socially and economically, a trained army of 2,000,000 men past and labor re-employed at the begins very gently: at first but the

The consideration of reparations is is very grave and that he fears the in ten years, it was pointed out. Mr. in a buggy, earliest possible moment. pull is steady. It Increases day by
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I set for Saturday, though this question spread of Bolshevism with such rapidity Llyod George said it would< be betterto CARD OF THANKS "I therefore ask the American people day anti your by year, until it exertsan
that it might result in the estab. fix the enlistment term to twelve irresistible It is likenedto
2"I' may go beyond that time. This covers once again to give their support to power.
for lishment of a Bolshevik state which, in years. :Marshal Foch included this In heavy load. A
all the principal subjects, except } their government in order that this a team pulling a
turn, might become allied with Hoishevikl his provisions, but the council! finally I wish to thank Dr. E. T Campbellfor thousand spasmodic, jerky pulls will
responsibility for the war. great loan may be made an overwhelming
"Trillion.Ientloned: in ReparationIt Russia. He is reported to have adopted an amendment further reducing his untiring services in trying to success by the widest possible not bulge the load, while one-half the

is the desire of the French to said that he felt that the only way to this figure to 100,000 men. Premier alleviate the suffering of my beloved distribution." power, exerted in steady effort, will

have this made an integral part of the avoid such an eventuality is a speedy Lloyd George's main purposes In husband, William F. Malphurs, in his .- start and keep it moving. There are

treaty so as to settle the question and rjace-a peace, he says, which will substituting voluntary service for the last sickness; to all of those who in CROSBY LAKE three ways to make: advertising pay, t

this may b. concluded, though It i Is an 5 t humiliate the German people. l I conscription system was to pave the any way aided in caring' for him during Crosby. Lake, Mar. 14.-We are still and these are the only ways. There are

question.The 104.000 Unit on German Army Carries way for the disappearance of the conscription his last sickness and death and to having lots of rain. no others. First, is to keep at it; sec

open consideration of reparation has D.moJkl....BhIn. F rU Abo :i system throughout Europe, those who furnished floral designs for lardy Kersey, of Woodlawn. '-w.* ond. Is to keep at i U; third. ia to keepat

introduced the word "trillions" In discussing Military Germany will 20 out of,existence ( as it was believed that the effect of the funeral. May God's richest blessings visiting here Saturday afternoon. 'I> It." .
result of the adoption < obliteration of the system in Germany rest upon you and comfort eacji .
money, probably for the first as a 1 ltbe i 'Mlis Louise' McRaereturned horn Y .(q.
time in any single financial operation the supreme council last night of the would be that other countries of your hearts when you are called to Thursday after spending several days BAPTIST CHURCH ,

for although millions and billions of- military terms for the German disarmament generally would follow It, thus endingthe pass through the deep waters of sorrow with relatives at Waldo and Jackson Regular services next Sunday. Everybody -

ten, have been used in war finance, no M they will go Into the menace of large standing armies < villa cordially Invited to attend.f .

jam has yet been reached touching a treaty. These term provide for a and provocation to warfare. MRS. SALLIE MALPHUR3.


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-[ Sam's compliments. It was on February o! Von RockenstofT's flying circus. I missed it for an eye. I hope I can ,

la: 1918 at Somme on the They were in tho air-80 of them, and come home soon and then I can tell e
I flew together and it all over. I am glad it is over, for '
Champagne front at about Jlo! : ; in "nccs; too. They
I the afternoon. We were firing French were master of the air for the period there was many a mother's son who ,

I ;:ijo's: ( or 13-inch: guns. We got away i>( six days. They raided Chalons fell fighting for those whom he loved, I j ,*rl!$
The French but some of them did not care for ;
from there without Fritz getting closet three nights in succession. .1;
,) us. lie took a few shots at us but j put up a stiff fight but they were too death-it was an every-day occurrence it'

they fell short on top of the hill in j much for them and they were mighty with them. .."
r' c : i f"ont of us. We did not go into ac- liberal with their bombs for they were i I I Well, I .euss you have enough of .:i.

1: ( KIM again until :May 3rd, 1918 nt spilling] them everywhere. Their my experiences for once. I really c "
Han.Ve fired one afternoon and main object was to burn the observa-j::t!I wanted to keep them until I could tell '" 1

Fritz wouldn't fight back. .We did I' tion balloons because these balloonswere them in person, but I can't come homo I II

I '"nil' good: shooting that day, putting the eyes of the artillery and the I I and I must unload them. : I

U Hun gun out of the race and sent a doughboys, too, but nt the end of the MARION DROWNING.i'rt:

.f k i,'w Huns to 'reckon" with their :Maker. drive you could see the allied planes I I

fl ,i '' I I I Our next time was at the same appearing in larger numbers, and still :N. C. OR FLORIDA RUNNER

,r p I Ilin'I ql' 11 il ilI I I I place but nothing much of importance more of them. After many a battle NUT SEED

I happened. We had a few other ,en- they made Fritzie take to keeping I! PE.'t't
I j /gugements before July 14th, but I am his side and l protecting his own junk. For immediate acceptance and ;l

|I going to pass them up and tell you Then the allies commenced to feed him with order I can furnish the N.

''I of our battle roynl. Tbe third battaI bombs end they were not stingy in the Florida Runner Seed Peanuts :

| lion of 5Urd; of which I was a member least with them. bushel ?
cents per pound ($1.50 per ) f.
at that date, was at Rheims with There is a lots more about this ,"
I ,thi,. four old faithful 1'J-inchers: waiting I scrap I would id like. to tell you. It was o. b. Lowell, Fla. ;,1.

r for the drive to start on the afternoon worth going over for. I wouldn't have II. T. HALL, LOWELL, FLA.
I '
f} II o IIII 1', ,+ tp IIIup of the 1 Hh.Vo were told that

IIIIIIIII I I I t u.ito, start at 11 p. m. sharp. Thisas
I I + ,' r
/ '
\* Fntz's time to start, but we were "

\\1'! to it as they lire wise to all of A GUARANTEED TIRE PRICEDAS
tl" rn I hail just fallen asleep when

III. I I awoke, thinking it was the end oft CHEAP AS A SECOND '
I lnf .4 ,, I ,ir uuUIIIIIIUtry S"y bi S 'me, hut in n moment I knew it was

the big guns. I never knew until Tires
Keystone j
, '
r ; '
then how it
I v Illlllllllllllfllllllllllllllll j i would sound to hear eviciy -
4 I'I I {IIIIII lu eoprrloal tm I gun in France nnd Germany firing Guaranteed on a basis of 3500 miles '
{ Nimold.lj
A. and! shrapnel
bursting everywhereWe We have secured the for the Keystone Tire and in
agency ;
lj 'ilj"tok" < illllll (luur IIIIIIIIIII I were expected told that this it ,would however l be: n for bitter we order to introduce this tire, we will sell them at prices stated ...

{ h V111111111. l llllll LAY the smokegame with a jimmy struggle' and things/ might/ look below, saving you about one third on a standard brand fully

III .IUIIlI 1 gloomy for the first two or three days. guaranteed tire.KEYSTONE \'
+ pipe if you're hankering for a handout
We went to our guns two miles away TIRES ARE MADE\ OW IN N6N-SKID STYLE '
for what ails your smokeappetite! and when we got there: we found out

For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question I Fritz knew they were: there nUo. for 30x3 $12.75 34x4 $28.20
he wag sending n shell a minute at us. 30x3 1-2 16.75 34x4 1-2 37.50
;, ? loose from old and throat !
that cuts you stung tongue dry worries
t Our guns could not reach the Dutch 32x3 1-2 19.30 35x4 1-2 39.20
: Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert }is scotfree lines so we waited for twenty hours I 31x4 25.70 36x41.2 39.80

from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun till the bombardment ceased lie must 32x4 26.25 35x5 44.80
hive thrown 1500; shells or more at I 33x4
that ever was scheduled in your direction I 27.50 37x5 47.40
our guns, at UI and at a canal that
t r Keystone Tires are guaranteed against defects in material
I b Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pal; rolled Into a cigarette it was: right the Huns in front had of driven us. In the meantime I and workmanship. They are guaranteed to be first quality

beats tho band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any buck or at least they were our falling troops tires and to give you the service you can reasonably expect

.a man ever longed; for in tobacco! You never will be willing Ii tort buck according to orders and they I I, from any standard tire when properly used. Should any Key

r figure up the sport you've slipped-on once you get that Prince wanted Fritz: to think he was driving stone Tire prove defective, we will make an adjustment basedon
them back. They back 350,0 miles service.
kept on falling ,
,I I Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem!
-one, two, three, four miles-on they i I Terms cash or C. O. D All prices f.o.b. Jacksonville. All
x'zR' Youll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line!IToppy came and all the time the French were 'i tires shipped day order received.?

retiring reserves: were coming up thru

r.J 6".., tidy red Hat, nandiomo,...o"tI."tI half-pomntl tin AomJ.rfor fields, woods and everywhere. You NEWMAN BAG & BURLAP CO. Tire Dept.
*-on/-hat cfa.">, practical pound .,,,,"ar gta.. humidor .ifA could gee nothing but troops and then .
L .-".. moittmntr lop that A..p. thm tobacco in each pmrftct condi/ioft. the French having led them blindly I 1305-1313 W. Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla.

f I in a trap, came our biggest chance, I
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. mean the 13-inchers. The French succeeded Reference Barnett National Bank. Write us for prices on

h". M. in getting Fritz to follow them any bags you wish to buy or sell. 2-28-4

.. over chain of hills
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S ,1 I few linen this l time, as I haven't let I sent you a card a few days ago only two ways for him to get back ]i ---

Letters you hear from me for some time. I \,. have been having very poor mail It was either to go back over or go

,h'' I !I l Soldier am enjoying !good! health now and I -erviccrecently, unless! perhaps everyone of through the job n fix tho That tunnel-so was our part weopened ..i. .e'J"71+1+ .-.......r....f-.. "..:--ew......
hope you are the same. I suppose home forgot me. It seems [ A
( you are beginning! to get: reiuly for I that I have been over here almost! long up. Four shots and our ob.t'r'l'r l
sent hack word l
Am. :i your crop now. 1 don't think that I enough to be forgotten.For that we had
I E.; P., Feb.( 10, 1019.) made three direct hits
Bradford l County Telegraph, I| will get here In time to make a crop u long time I hoped l to go home metres and one five
Sturkc, Flu. i I this year. I am still in France. Will some time soon, but n few days ago But for ove'so we had clone our part. 8e
Dear) Sin: have lots to tell you when 1 get' home the Colonel requested, that I be transferred : good) measure to Fritzie we

Will you kindly] publish the following I for I have been in places where no from the (J. :M. Corps to theArmy that sent a tunnel hundred to show more him 1.1-inch: shells liberal nt.
we were
other person has been; I have seen Service Corps Kent
or Requisition
letter in your paper.' If so, i it with our ammunition.
muro' things than I ever dreamed of and Claims Service. If I THE UNIVERSAL CAR
;, will be (greatly appreciated I: i am so Then the
To my Fulka and Friend of Bradford seeing and I have done things that transferred! I bliull lie hero longer, for ,'French,came which counter-attack of the \
i! County: 1 once never thought) of doing and in my opinion this branch of the service defeat into the was the turning of a
I the
; I I wish to say that I am now in that I thought I could not stand to will be here after all the rest greatest victoryever

dv, Tours, France, and in the best ofhoiilth. do. It Is hard to find l stationery to I have ;u\le. The Colonel told me thatI known.Fritz The field artillery opened These be mighty practical days and it's
when he
up on started
t Dtm't know I write on nt timex, or I would! have was very necessary. Perhaps I am to retreat -
when I
now just and killed them by the thousands up to every man to keep on econom-
will !get back to Aniorlcu, but the way written before. I have hud some hard but, it sometimes appears to me thatI anil,
1 my work looks now it will be in July tunes but conditions are better now li IM' i 1.I'out* done my bit and to see That wall they the were Germany's best men. ical side of every proposition. New motor -
since the wur is over, and I hope to see so who have been for turning point of the second
or August at the least. Of I many over just
course make
I battle of the :florae, and from that cars are scarce, so your presentcar
would like very much to come buck you ull before the year is out. n few months going home causes me ,lay, 1 felt that I
Your nephew, to be little blue. was fighting on the do. And
now, but the longer I stay the moro a side yourWe'll
winning but
'' of Frunre) I will see. The Sth) of next PVT. JAS. R. WILLIAMSON: :" In the service there is a certain to admit then I'll have Ford car-wi11
month I will be due a 7-day leave butI Co. i D, 321 Inf., Am. I' O. 791. 11 amount of work to be performed by things did not look so bright Keep meet all
as they might. You could tell the
have not decided l yet where I shall i some one, and if you are qualified and demands if you have
oys' that
:> spirit after that ,
I Nice, France, Jan. 1, 1919. j willing I have frequently nothing Your Ford
A go but ant thinking of going to Par you are kept busy. could
is. :Miss Ollic Marr I' seen three men who are wil- I cheat them out of victory for us keep It in good run. r

highland, Fla. ling perform the duty of detail often which they had fought four years. Car Going ning order.
It a Don't
!l BOCma as though I am unlucky While this wa going on, one of the I
Dear Sister-I wonder kind
about getting mail. I have receivedone and too not get any more creditfor
I greatest air battles
was being fought.It monkey with
of Christmas all 1
letter since I arrived I in you had lllt home? I doing so. Of course this is all [ your
lasted for five
You know how one likes to (' !' spent u very merry Christmas. I was in a day's work, but, \believe me, there plans were like or bees six)in days.the Air car. It is a bit of valuable mechanism .
srunce'j olf' on furlough and was on my way to quite goodly number of in sky,
/ a men
oupeciiilly when he it) over ,
swarming everywhere. The deep hum and ought to be handled
from hiM home town. Now, if Nice, stopped, off at Marseilles! on I the Expeditionary Forces that will of the motors the by men who
e l any of my friends that would like to drop line it bo | We enjoyed a very good Christmus in my opinion will be better men at
mo a would greatly appreciated ; much for me. I never want to hear when needed.
and I Khali be glad to (male an egg nog out of n quart of l least not difficult to satisfy.
answer anything like I heard for those six
old 1 Scotch whiskey at the hotel wherewe )
We are having cold weather
any of them, as I have nothing now, lays again. I guess you have heard
else to do in the day time but write were stopping. It was quite along but for a few days the weather has FORD GARAGEA.

Jiiid read. 1 work at night, (get off nt j I ways where we were going( to been beautiful. The sun shines so Habitual Constipation CuredIn
:3:80: f spend our furlough and we could not nice and if it were not for thiq
u. m. and sleep till noon, then go: I zero 14 to :21 DaysLAXFOS
"pin| the city or net around the i f make the trip without rest. It was temperature I could almost think I "
nt WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- W. & G. A. ANDERSON
lied! Cross. | (1)00 miles and that is some trip on tho was in Florida. We have had some prepared: Syrup Tonic-Le xative\ for Habitual :,

f Well, 1 must .stop for if I lJe't started land 1 trains over here but we are here now snow, but not so much as last winter Constipation.:: [It relieves promptly butIhoul" STARKE, FLORIDA
I to would! not take anything for the and the most rain possible. be taken regularly for 1 14 to 21 days [
tolling all I wanted am':
to I
I afraid the |trip.Ve are in a first class hotel, I think perhaps I shall !get my second to: Induce regular action. It Stimulates and C
It From Telegraph not hold I with anything we wish for-nnd Un- seven days leave of absence next Regulates. Very Pleasant to. Take. 60c
k- your | ale Sum paying the hills so why should per bottle.
week. I shall Nice
I'VT. SCHF.I.L; I D). CARVER, go to and other -
A P. O. 717 S. O. S. we worry about the high cost of liv- places said to be of very great inter t
y e\o\ Chief Sur-
ing. This .
country is just like Florida
est. I was schedluled to go: last week __
Otlice Am. Ex.; Forces.
; geons 1 ; it is a warm climate, there are but my boss went away and we con'
lots of oranges and other fruits and I'
not both get away at one and the
Thanks to the Red Cross from Soldier |
a -
don't think
| I will
want to leave whenmy same time.
who Spent About Eighteen: i'j'I time is up. There are lots of PVT FLOYD GREEN

.' I Months wish to in thank France the: American Red I places I want to visit while I am on 1 R. R. & C. Service, U. S. A. P. O. Not Measured In
i j my furlough, so you see I can't stop 708, Am. E. F.At .
Cross for
what they did for me and I long at a place. We are going to take

my comrades while in France. God a trip over into Italy day after to ,II Home-In the Army,
bless them. I
They were lit the docks t
morrow. I am pending
some postcards
to see us leave France. They gave us of this place. There are some )Mrs. J. C. Ritch,
a hearty Hpnd-olT, cigarettes, chocolate beautiful homes hereand some of the Raiford )Fla. Dollars
and #
r chewing etc., and the i CentsThe
gum were i
:; prettiest parks that I ever saw. I II n..arIotherI: am going to tell r
ouly ones to meet ui at the dock I
when we arrived! in the dear old U. S. I was out on a sight-seeing tripyesterday )you of some of your son's deeds in

( f A. Did we pay for cigarettes they up on the mountain. It wits France. I should have told them long
had? No. they were free. They used i twenty-eight hundred feet high, and 1 'ago but was saving them for news

the money given them by our dear | on top was an old French fort that when I came home, but now as I don't lull measure of a bank account is not merely in the number of dollars and cents I
fathers was built in the tenth century, and I know when I,wilt get to see my native
mothers, sisters mid brother you succeed in getting together. The full measure is found in the
in the right way. I defy any man to visited\ an old city where the streets town and people, will tell them now.
'I were so narrow that people could utmost Well first your son was fortunate .
Hay anything against them. They
never stopped f<'r artillery fire or Iun.thingwl'nt i shake hands across the street enough to be on the second gun to HABITS OF THRIFT ..
into the front line Well I guess, it won't be long now send a shell in to Germany with Uncle

trenches gave the wounded treatment before I will be home. I have been In ---- -
under heavy .shell fire. Some lost their, France IS months, but I haven't ever The Strong Withstand the WinterCold inculcated during the time the account is accumulating. This bank solicits the
Better Than the Weak
lives atul I I' every one will go i realized that I have been here that nity with in accumulating both the and the
loco habit.
long. You must have Health. Strength and Endurance -opefate you account
to heaven. When '
arrived in
we the i to flight Colds,Grip and Influenza. I
States they dent a telegram to our Well as it it time for! dinner I will
When blood Is not in
I your a healthy
people saying we arrived! O. K. free ring otT this time. Answer loon. condition and does not circulate properly

There isn't enoughords In the Eng Your brother your system U unable to withstand BANK OF
l i'' lihh language' to express my approcln- I LT. OWEN: W.1.: .\1m. Winter cold.ORO'C'S. STARKE o
, tion for what they did l here and I ('0. D, 17th leg Engrs. TASTELESS Chill TONIC 1

abroad. I I r Fortifies the S"St..mIalnst! Colds Grip

if A LOVER: OF THE: UED: CROSS. Neuern, France, Feb tl, 1919. and Influenza by and Enriching STARKE FLA.State .
fR Mrs.V.: II. Green, the Wood. ,
AII E. F., Dec. It, 19H. Stnrke, Fla. It contain tho well-known tonic properties
Mr. J. F;. Douglass! 11 Dear 'ollma-: : now write you a of Quinine and bun in a form County and City Depository
acceptable to the most delicate stomach
Guilford f'la.
I words' to Inform you that I am and Is pleasant to take. You CAn soon feel III
Pear Uncle-Will write you all a\ well and getting along very well. 1 its Strengthening.Invigorating UTect.; :: 60c. e

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'In'll : I News of Florida. in Short Paragraphs. I It .I mother burning gives furnishes to the Rod the! Cross money( and that Y. :4 DArors [EVAN &&G I

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:t ; : ; But ho's only too( happy to( do it, (AIRYTAIE t

j $! L-Li-Stt News ] for it's his own personal bit he thinks .

I -.J: for his country. So lot's remember by twlf '
i I
'G ") ... ....u.rwl..o..n... I that back of the boy stands "Father,"

j.j Told. by Our the big essential of this war.CONTRIBUTED.. y 4.e 4.
.ch.nes.H DANNY
: ___ AND MUSTARD. ,
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1 '". GRACE AT TABLE-1918 "I am glad," until Pnnny the horse ,
e :"". Public spirited Tampa citizens are I Tampa will riot invite the Confederate "Hint I nm not an airship"

.with,planning to( build a tourist( club house veterans to( hold their next reunion Here we gather dear All-Father, "You couldn't b.In airship" Bflldnnnlfipr
',i\\ to( cost a quarter (of a million( dollars. in the cigar city. It was decided Round Thy table to( be fed horse nnnu-d\ )Miistnrd.

- j''':. ( I I that it would( require $60,000 to 'Tis Thy gift our daily bread.! "I'orhnps' not" said Unnny "bat I
. ldyi; ; Judge Milton II. Mabry one of the properly entertain the veterans and nm very glad (Unit I am not one! any
,; t best known attorneys of Tampa died at this time Tampa hardly felt like wny."
this week and was buried at Dade I undertaking job. As we gather to( be fed. "An "
airship haa no life, said Moatnrrt. -
City Tuesday. Nations( plead for daily bread!,
a -
Fighting son and anguished mother
Suit for( $20,000 damages has been "Hut It cnn fly" nrsiiod; Diuiny.
The eighteenth annual convention filed in the circuit court; of Hills- Orphaned children-all tOg''therPray "Only with cameone lit It."
of the Florida( State Federation of borough county against the Bank of I to( Thee for daily bread "Vcll, I usually have had some one

Labor will be held in Tallahassee beginning Okeechobee by Ira A. Mitchell who At Thy common table Father on my back And I haw helped them,
Ask all
iq: April 8th. charges false and malicious imprisonment ( i we daily i too."

r; \\- for issuing what the bank claim. I "'WIIt>n did you come to( the farm?"
,h The white steward and nine colored ed was a bad check. God All-Father hear our pra'prl! asked, )f1l1tL
-7> waiters of the dining car Ponce de I I :Move: our hearts and minds to( .hare "Only today" mild Danny. "What

;'} Leon were recently arrested in Miami The Florida State Sunday School With Thy children at Thy table z makes you rink?"

'y I and ninety-seven quarts of whiskey Convention will be held this year at This Thy gift of daily bread! :'"l "I'\,, never ""1'1011 before and you*
1" seized. Orlando, commencing April 1st and Sacred gifts of daily bread! look like such a tine horse I am sure

lasting for four days. Every Sunday I I Satisfaction for the I couldn't have missed' you."

vi The Mallory steamship line which school worker in the state regardless' Lest they perish swift and eager, = sweet tooth. "Thunk yell" mild Danny modestly,

'j, was to cut out its Tampa service has of denomination( is urged to attend Share we now our daily broad, i "I am glad you like me. I think WII .
/ agreed to continue that service owing I this meeting A splendid program I I Give through us; 0 great All-Father, will bo frlrnl! >I."
>'', to the united protest of the business has been prepared for.the event. I To Thy children, daily bread!! Aid to appetite and "I.t>t'. shake on It," said Mustard ''J

1 men of that city I SARAH LOUISE ARNOLD.WHAT'S So Iintli horse Hliiiok their feet and t
Tampa is to have a new theater of'' digestionbenefit nmldivl thHr heuds and\ then neighed

'.\ A Tampa bootblack gave a Gypsy the most modern type at Tampa and \ and enjoyment "T<-ll rue about ynnrself," Mustard padded <'
?i fortune( teller $1,500 to sleep over that Zack Sts., according to( an announcement YOUR WORRY? after n moment It l"

f, she might tell his fortune and now I just made by the Strand Amusement I I I LASTING form. i iI "1 nm tW"lIly..t-c years old, and for l
1 f the police are looking for the fortune Co. It will cost $1,000,000 and twenty years' I hove bi'fii working with
teller and the 1500. I will be able to handle the largest road THIS QUESTIONNAIREMAY tho pause force.

shows vaudeville and special feature I And only 5 cents i "You hun.'" exclnlmed, Muxtnrd.

East Coast bankers Group No. 3, pictures. Oct. 15, 1919 has been set SOLVE PROBLEM package. "I have been working for almost! Hint
i will gather at New Smyrna Saturday as the date for the opening of the I a J .

'. March 8th as the guests of the theater. I i t-1( -
State Bank of that for _
city a clam The government already la exploit.
', chowder luncheon and oyster roast. A great many of the farmers of Inc the Victory Liberty Loan, which

Gadsden county, thru county agentM. will be floated in April, In order that t !lt
The present prices of tomatoes on N Smith, have ordered their fertilizers the people may start saving for the

the East Coast are excellent and it cooperatively. Mr. Smith recently purpose of Investing In bonds of the Scaled

is well that they are. The freight ,gave:: one order for a cooperative "Victory isine." The following brief Tltlht IZPEHFCCI4UM
rate is 25 per cent higher than last shipment amounting to over Questionnaire should tend to clarify ?

year a war tax is added crate material $9,000. Thru the agent the farmers the mind of any reader regarding the Kept
has advanced and labor is have also purchased .1,100 pounds seed Victory Loan: RIYht

scarce and high. peanuts cooperatively. Similar cooperative Q. The war being over, why i III

work( is being done in other there need of another great popularwar V
Polk county is to call an electionto counties of the state. loan? 11WRAPPtD

bond for $300,000 to build thirty- A. The proceeds. from the Fourth N
eight miles of roadway. Polk county( Egg circles have( been formed in a Loan according to Secretary of the

recently finished building a million good many sections of the state and Treasury Glass were exhausted last 1d. '
and a half dollars worth of good roads the Extension Division of the College December, and the government must

and like them so well that they decided of Agriculture says this method of have billions more with which to
"We Will Be Great "
to build more. cooperative marketing of poultry products maintain our forces overseas, bring; Frlenda.

is becoming very popular. These the victors home and carry out Its reconstruction letiKth: of time ullli the Ore depurtincut. -

More than 2,000 acres have been circles give the small producer'the opportunity plans. \\'" vlll! !hr great lends." And
planted to( Irish potatoes in the Everglades to dispose of his produce at Q. If Uncle tams strongbox: In Teflan67 I liolli linrxeM, lieli.111'il: n Kill I II.
section this year. It remainsto good prices. If there is no egg circlein empty, how Is ho paying his after-war "Hut tell mo Mini(, atom."

be seen what the railroad and express your community, talk to your home exnenses? "I11 1I will Lava lo tell me oil about
companies are going to( do toward ,demonstration! agent about organizing A. This Is being': done with money I .\....,... .J..1
helping to market the crop from une. She will be glad to( assist!: you in borrowed from the hanks at the rate -------.---- I ";-j 1 will," h 1 :MiiNtnrd!, "JiiHt 1111 HOIIIIni

this large acreage. I this work.( of term 600,000,000 anticipation every citlftrates two weeks of Indebtedness short, E. O. PAINTKK FKimiJZKK COMPANY( lory.I"hove heard nil about your hl.-

being Issued In return iInrkMonviII" l "li>rulnI'Vrliliors "I Ifuvn horn given n hollilnr.. They
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Q. As. lung I; as the banks are ad i 1"'icoc'liI.! City I iniiilii't, : wllrleIllY muro, but notlicinniie
: Poultry. SapplirvFor
not let them I .
vanclng the money, why 1 feel I old, in' 111 or" lie'hl...
: Pershing Thanks Y. M. C. A. : continue to do BO? thirty v.. \rs VM> have. !Men manufaciurmti, frnili/rrt in tint Stsw---w' .. tmve tAluifil( cue liiiniliieHH, not r llnl they ""tiny Unit I'vrtdoiiii
A. Because In order to continue to I tamers in every county, 'In riorido. n good| IIr,.'" work, Nod I'm nrnt,i-

,\ : For Its Canteen Service extend credit to the buslnemt, Interest:, Wrilo For I... '.l Trine I.;i... I'riers always la linn willi Unilift fill to Ilicm'' fur fi-i.Unit Hint, WilY about
big and little of the country,th! bank'must

+ NOW THAT FIGHTING IS OVER, GENERAL RELIEVES RED + get; back this money-amounting. | It."I liiiven't had n ilnv'H holldny! In

TRIANGLE, AT ITS OWN REQUEST OF + to 20 per cent of their entire only resources AW all leading an.l J standard varieties of scrd which have twenty' jenrH, not even ho lmrtl of
+ -when It falls due, as cirry July, or OirlHlnmi' I"
+ POST EXCHANGE WORK + thus can the prosperity we now enjoybe I been tested and known lo be best adapted to our toil and climate. "Tlu 1111 mil wlih me" ngrend >llua-

+ Chaumont, France, Feb. 23.-The American Y. M. C A., at + continued.Q. !!the. Loan be offered 'I New Crop Corn, Sorghum Millet, Rape, Texas Seeded lard!! "llioii ('li Iliriv were some days
Will Victory ,
+ Its own request has been relieved of Its work In nmlntalnlnx *+ Ribbon Cane Wheat English Peas Onion when I !Iiml pint llmiholldiiys! and
the ixchnnneu with the American to the people on a commercialbasis Egyptian half liolldiiyH, bill I, It till peiiileil. , on
+ | army CorruKpolIh'ncehas +
or will their patriotism again bo Sets Beans etc. etc. how mm'h work I kern
.I, boon exchanged between General Pershlnjj and i:. C Caru.r.In + I waN to bo dono.
charge of the Y. M C. A. with the army, remitting In this appealed to? I Seed Potatoes, all varieties. Poultry and Bee supplies If \tin-re was n il-i", mi \thin, fourth of
+ decision On Jan. 29 Mr. Carter + A.. Secretary Glass snys the pa. July IIM them. ink-lit happen.... to he, we
wrote to General :
I'erfchlng nayInc We ask that call for information desired
will on ut in our
+ + trlotlsm of the American people you any illiln't ,.
iintiiriilly Inko n holiday (1"
but riiitVH the
of Y. M: r A. In promoting athletics and
+ be relied< + < w r" ..u i ii, a..y that he thought It should be relieved is urnlly iiKreed Diuiny.Vcll .
phantly "over the. 'lop" It however, and Write "\ jilciiMii, riiMlluue," urged! J\1Wt-
+ of the exchange work. + Our new Spring Seed Supply catalogue is ready.
will made particularly attractive as tie .
I + General Pershlng. In his reply, said, : + for today. rd
to rate of Interest and period of ma your copy "I nm to bn looked after on this
+ "As you correctly state, the Y. M C. A.. undertook themanag..ment + turity. fi rm, iron of ilmrtriIn return for the
+ of the post exchanges at my request at a time + work I'vi dorm It'N a flint feeling to
,+ when It was of the greatest Importance that no( available + think im 0 hnx warped for .sonu'lldugi
1 + soldier! should be taken away from the vital military functlonn + TANKS Will TOUR u very .lino feeling"\

J; + of training and fighting; As the rca:'oni whIch I Impellod + "JII t the ally I eel about It," lIal me at Hint time to request you to undertake this + .
+ work no longer exist: I am .glad to of
approve your BUKBOBtion /; + "I hove Ntopprll| n great ninny rtinnWII -
+ + >''H. dli, n hat n tlmo I \have had
+ "In ranking this. change, permit me to thank you for + VICTORY LOAN J- vllli tin' nlift tegM. 1<1"Din horses. would
I. + the very valuable' ervlces. and asMitance. which the Y. M. OLDTu Kit frightened: Nod \lberiould! bo noHtoMiliiK
C A. )tas rendered to the American + -
+ Expeditionary: Force In ESTAEUSI EI) t E)1' 'n rcl lyR ' them--lit leimt It would Hcem
+ hamlllrn these exchange Handicapped by a shortage of tom eighteen steel' Monsters To Traverse WSITC rs CATALOG sWCCKLY ) Unit wny.

+ nag> and land transportation the T. M C A. has by extra + Read At Five Miles An Hour PRICE LIST IIOUSC IM flCRIrJA l ''fi'r' $ ",\n,1, Lave xnved u great ninny rbll-
ex lion erred the better than co..H hare been
army eipecfd -
q T
+ !In ii rote and! Hiiinen, too, from belnK
and be assured that Its aid hag been Approaching Spring
yon may a largefail .
+ k killed I don't. nnnt to bonHt nhoiit It,
f + or In the final\ great accomplishment of the Americannmiv" Campaign I
r + of! but I nm NO tI'"l1krnll' I hnvo done what
. -
I could.
My muster told
+ Eighteen American noino om
+ built for ---
Unit X lind sieved nine .
+ + + + + .c. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + 4 the war overseas, will bo exhibited In boys tend glrie
No Worm in a Healthy Child In one rtnv Aries And I
t the Sixth Federal Reserve District In LEMON JUICE IS I am so very
I All rhlMrrn trmiMml with worm Imvw .n tin very thankful. ';
the J
sleep in the morning. .-Lakeland Telegram coming Victory Loan campaign It FRECKLE REMOVER hMlibrculur., which liiillrat, pier 1 kliMMl. sat a. a "I think
boys and
i HIGH WATER IN NORTH FLORIDA was announced by the Treasury De- ml' .there ,Iff more or lit' '** .ntiimiiri dintiirhan, girls are to nice I
partmeat this week. They are the -- i i (,IWVKi! 7ASI'ELPS'S chill TONIC given' ..iilji, I want to Have them to enjoy snub a
. ---- -. ----. mall for twoor three w..h will rnrli'h the hlooil.. /. li. nlre ..."rlt!. And I am mlnrhty glad I
BRING "U.IIi capable of going; forty Girls Make This Cheap Beauty the . ,,, ,'
j 1\: \T TilE LAST prove dlll.It.n.llot Reports have reached Apalachicola miles without replenishment of the I ealngTnolu' to th* wholn' .v..m. Nnturfl will chtbrowfilTor >
I that the Chattahoochee river at Eu- .gasoline. supply.' Lotion to Clear and dlet.el| l the wmn.s.nd the. <'hllil wlIM: I "Hi houl children' 1 use>| to help IHI-
. Some say-row as the war is over In pnrfnct health. fli>n*.nt to take fAV *rlMitf r""llIlJy. for of
p ,
faula is out of its banks covering 11 la aot llk ly that the tanks will Whiten Your Skin. course, my work wall
t much territory. Lower river men are -we can start (no keep up for it's break any speed laws as their' limit ... --- In the 'Mir city rind the children hail to

) in the with available never been stopped! at all of Ore miles boar. cross tlio streets
, swamps every places) up an Each will oar Squeeze the juico of rave lemon Into The Great
man anticipating a sufficiency of water our old i traits again, use plentifully off ry two men, th> driver, and a mechanic. bottle containing three ounces "My roaster tsiicnt m.. to drill to the

t t to enable them to( raft out from \"crj.thing, enjoy life to the fullest They will be distributed over the "f orchard a whit, shake well and vru>.. fioniid of n bugle! That, .U very thrilling;

the swamps all available timbfOr.L .- extent: rally around all the week and district, several to a state, and will have a quarter pint of tho I beet freck- Influenza Tornado work. And whenever.. my master had
f'f Apalachicola, Times.MONKHUM when we ("nn't1:0 anywhere else onSunday be d'rlTon from town to town over the !Ie end tan lotion and) complexion! to "P"II k to anyone I noddei), neighed
go to church and Sunday country road or. If tlicv wen very great friends of
,lienutiflnr small cost
'f : ; WITH THE TIME icnooi, .ousy around in the. amen cor The_ ''._"k.__U. will n.n I._._ _m_*. _At_ ffcA.__ ._.. ,"_...1..- Your grocer at very has, the very!lemons and ncydrujf I Is About Spenti the runnier I gave them a kiss I"

ner as if "he" were always a saint. pal) town by speaker for Victory store or toilet counter will supply "I hnvidone Ui,. same sort of workIn
As we understand it now, the clocks Before they pet out of the house ny bond, and demonstrations will be held three nunop of orchard white for i' in its wake rounds.JH thousands a wny" said, Mustard: , "becnnne I

will\ have to be set forward another something about someone that is not In connection wlrh public rallies. They 't l few cents Massage this *w.vily. are I1''llIt",1.left liMtli Th.*i, iirolf.. i,forts weak of and. burn wirkud, for 'the tire department.
making ""u'h a show" as them. But 111'11be\ operated, under the direction of fragrant lotion into the face, nark phytirnl itsv And my spare( has helped the firemen.
hour which
on :March ::10, mean mien. hRb..o
( battered to pi..c"
from their: life the pnbllHty department and speakers' Set to the f>r". lint fires
that we will be retting up before day every day you can see .arms and hand each day and see how Nature nerds in sevm as
aMjntanro rt'liuildifilfth
them leaving bright candles along bureau of the Sixth dlnrict. Itla rr.-ekle. and blemishes disappear and nothing eomrmred tn roiir' work of sav-
again and will eat our evening meal The red in
xyiitcm corpuscles thliloml >
some wanderer's Intended to route them no a tank ( < lag many llvtM. yourself."
poor way. how clear oft and white the skin rom !-
in the middle of the afternoon. Since be restored No.
i we have been put in Eastern time ,, Yes, wo say the war i its over, but will visit practically every town. The I <- in a little while. Yes! It I I.* lot Tonir ran Thin TonIc by rontainn taking Iron TVoII." naM r>nniiy, "I nm (find that
I' there's. tour will begin early In April R Isxpeoted harmless.. Adv. (07)( ) I have lived such! ri long life, for I was
a depth as well distance -
it has l at time as a :
pushed" us ret up a 'I which we all know makes rich blood 1 \ ; able
the active campaign for Victory to malt others Mvo
p when we could look the clock in the between us and many of our heroes --- - it also contains quinine which drives! a much longer
. face unashamed and now just as. the I: yet. Since the whistle does not warn bonds will begin about April n.J I I out the malarial germs and aids life thin they would! have otherwise.
of that aalceet Hot now Fro Jint. a wee bit clad tn
:i f sun is beginning to conform in | do you( sweet lift moment of prayer Remarkable/ Llng l.t Tile word .PI"t weans (t) Maixta greatly) in the restoration of the human have a holiday-th.. first In twentpelzysarw
ever voice Jesusin
measure to time, to have you your to
( our we are Saegreeteetof: all ing fr9t prnmID.llt. t'IfInOIIAl'IIOG8' ; ayitrm. The magnesit, in thm '
, the clocks( jumped forward another remembrance of His care? who was No. 101 Tonic acts the
undoubtedly llezxofanrl. gently "
Giuseppe upon
: '
has been their ItrIIMq; laHont fvwtvriM fit a "00- &J.m I, sirel Mustard Twit we
p hour. We do( not know whether anything battles over there guard? and guide in the who died In 1840.> Not only could the seeps ; mMent palate, of m wrcuoL I bowels and rids. the system of all poisonous wouldn't have njo/eil this holiday If
can be done about it, but we wonderful Italian and refuse matter. Begin today
read SO or W different (2) TIirT-rt or' bent bey..d the gen.c.ltin. w. hadn't both felt that when
wa were
object to this constant attempt to Or are you still too busy to knit language, besides many dialect .; projvetmg a* a seM..I aa.... A and take it at least two weeks. working ws did TIT work wed.
make a monkey of Old Father Time. sew, or patch, but expect: your Red I *, but he could sane .speak and writ i MHrat wife! ,IK. a wmv.. ...1.. UMtla At drug: stores.ThG .
' If there la any way to reach the Cross neighbors to still do your share? them with astonishing fluency It was an ..... oosMared 0k.. .
p-wiur B. Williams
Co. Roy would .. .. .
"" OJ ... .
Some ;
. be mother
, that we earnest
powers hope an sympathize with them- contended that Ueaaofantl eoold co-- .... .f bwo 'IIM ....... bog
' protest will be mad against the selves so much while old dad Sole Manufacturer lb nviai boy wollld t com_... Cb*
." poor rca with oatire* at practical/ arcry ---. y w uc .art -.Ita a
proposed robbery of another hour'a stays at his post of duty and with ...rH* .* at* gtob*. s.Maleaa. I Quitman, Georgia tow of .1..r.t... If he kaew what arMkM.e
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flying circus.They missed it for an eye. I hope I can i'
Sam's compliments. It was on February i of Von and come home soon and then I can tell
80 of them
13, 1918 at Somme on the were in the air- it is
together nnd it all over. I am glad over, for
about 3:15: in "aces, too. They flew
Champagne front, at : mother's son who '
for the periodof there was many a
the air
the afternoon. We were firing French wore master of whom he
raided Chalons fell' fighting for those loved''|,
Y I UO's: : or 13-inch guns. We got away six days. They The French but Rome of them did) not care for I I
II from there without Fritz getting closeto three nights in succession every-day
it an occurrence
too death- was
II I, us.! lie took a few shots at us butthey put up u stiff fight but they were them 1
I of the hill in I much for them and they were mighty with
foil short
I on top have '
I, liberal with their bombs for they were 1 1spillinA' Well I guess you enough of
front) of us. We did not go: into action : Their experiences for once. I really jta'
I t again. until :May 3rd 1918 at them everywhere. my
the observation wanted to keep them until I could tell
to burn
object was
1Ial1s.Ve fired one afternoon and main "
but I can't home "r
II come
these balloons them in person
I balloons, because
Fritz wouldn't t fight back. We did 1I p
the I and I must unload
I 'Ontood shooting. that day putting were the eyes of the artillery and BROWNING rt t
n I tun gun out of the race and Rent alow doughboys too, but at the end, of the 1
Huns to 'reckon" with their Maker. drive you could see the allied planes I
Our next time was at the same appearing in larger numbers and still N. C. OR FLORIDA RUNNER PEANUT b(
place but nothing much of importance more of them. After many a battle I I SEED tl

IIII II ( tI happened. We had a few other .engagements they made Fritzie take to keeping on I C
R II III : before July 14th but I am his side and protecting his own junk. I For immediate acceptance and cash
going to pass them up and tell you Then the allies commenced to feed him with order I can furnish:: the N. C. or

of our battle royal. The third batta- bombs and they were not stingy in the I Florida Runner Seed Peanuts at Six e 0

lion of I 53rd:! of which I was a member least with them. cents per pound ($1.50 per bushel) f. 1 I

at that date, was at Rhcims with There is a lots more about this o. b. Lowell Fla.II. .

I (th,' four old faithful 13-mihcrs: waiting scrap I would like to tell you. It was T. HALL, LOWELL, FLA. v it
Oil the drive to start on the nfter- worth going!!; over for. I wouldn't have ,
III 14 noon of the 11th. We were told, that
I III I F" II ,i was to start nt 11 p. m. sharp. This 1I

+ III IIIPIIIIIIIIi1tIIlIIIIIIIII IIId was ritz's;: time to start but we werewi PRICED J f :
"- to it us they nre wise to nil of I A GUARANTEED TIRE

; I /1"1\1.I awoke I, had thinking just fallen it was asleep the end when of I\ AS CHEAP AS A SECOND 1 4

+, IIIIIIII l me, but in a moment I knew it was
the big guns. I never knew until Keystone Tires .
I ,I II i then how it would c tfs 7 IIIIIIIIIIIiiiitiIiIIIIIIIIIIIIII Copf HBhl lit! gun in France and Germany firing Guaranteed on a basis of 3500 miles .h
li 'ulll4
$ r ; R Tvtaaeu J Reynold..V.III .* and shrapnel bursting everywhereWe We have secured the agency for the Keystone Tire and in ;1-

r IIIIIIIIIIII I expected this, however for we order to introduce this tire, we will tell them at prices stated ,
1?4 a wore told that it would IplllIY about third on a
below saving one
III struggle and things! might: look you ,
I I IhIIIIIIIIIIII III II II LAY the smokegame with a jimmy gloomy for the first two or three, days. guaranteed tire.KEYSTONE .

III a _IiiiIIIIIII! l pipe if you're hunkering for a hand We wont to our guns two miles away TIRES ARE MADE OMY IN NON-SKID S1YLE J.

out for what ails your smokeappetitel and when we got there we found, out 30x3 $12.75 34x4 $28.20 ?
,d. Fritz know they were there also, for ,
with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question 30x3 1-2 16.75 34x4 1-2 37.50 ;
e For, he was! sending a shell a minute at us !
that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries! Our runs! could not reach the Dutch 32x31.2 19.30 35x41.2 39.20 ,,"
39.80 ,
y Albert i3 scotfree lines waited for hours 31x4 25.70 36x4
patented Prince !so: we twenty
exclusive process
'j Made by our I
till the bombardment ceased He must 32x4 26.25 35x5 44.80 ;
.t lot of smokefun
xYWVYN" from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest 37x5 47.40 '
a have thrown 1500 shells or more at I 33x4 27.50 '
that ever was scheduled in your direction! our guns, at us and at a canal that Keystone Tires are guaranteed against defects in material .
was right in front of us. In the meantime
be first quality
guaranteed to
s r it I and workmanship. They are
is pippin of a pipe-pal; rolled Into a cigarette
i p Prince Albert a the Huns hal driven our troops
tires and to give the service you can reasonably expect
beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any back, or at least they were falling from standard you tire when properly used. Should any Key
You will be willing: to l back according, to orders and they : any
p w. man ever longed for in tobacco! never wanted Fritz to think he was: driving stone Tire prove defective, we will make an adjustment basedon

figure up the sport you've slipped-on once you get that Prince thorn back They kept on falling back 350,0 miles service.

I { Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem! -one, two, three, four miles-on they Terms cash or C. O. D. All prices f.o.b. Jacksonville. All

t You'll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line! came and all the time the French were 1 tires shipped day order received.:
retiring. reserves coming thru
were up
k, BAG & BURLAP CO. Tire Dept.
fields woods and Youcould NEWMAN
hatf-pomnd tin I Aamlrfor ,
ToiW r. +' humidor witfApon see nothing but troops and then
.-onrf-t hat c/a.y. practical pound.ry.tal gtat* Jacksonville Fla.
'. '. motaf.n.r top that A..p. hm tobacco in ucA pmrfmct condition. the French having led them blindly 1305.1313 W. Adams St. ,

,i an in a trap, came our biggest chance I Reference Barnett National Bank. Write us for prices on
''l Winston-Salem N. C. mean the 1'J-inchers. The French suc- wish sell. 2.28.4
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, any bags you to buy or
ceeded in getting:( : Fritz to follow them
Ia.un over n chain of hills and there were
k D .. . . -.- --- _._. ---- I
-- ---- -- - two for him to back.It I
- -- . only ways get
Pi ' -_ few lines this time, as I haven't lei I sent you a card a few days ago was either to go back over or go
hear from me for some time. 1 1am I I IV<> have been having very poor mni! through a tunnel. That was! our partof .._
a' I' you -. --- ..-..-,. ......-....
health and 1 I ,,ervleirecently, unless perhaps everyone ....--.-.....- .-. "
l Soldier Letters. l enjoying: ;good now the :job-to fix tho tunnel-so we
II I .
4 r home forgot me. It el'msthat e "
hope you are the same. I suppose: opened up. Four shots nnd our observer -
,, I I you are }beginning to got ready, foi I have been over here almost long sent back word! that we had .7
I think that I.1 enough to be forgotten.For .
your crop now. I don't made three direct hits and one five
: Am. E.: F., Feb 10, 1919 : will get here in time tb make a crop u long time I hoped to go home metres over, so we had, done our part. ,
Bradford County Telegraph thU year. I nm still in France. Wil some time soon but a few days age But for good measure to Fritzie we
.1 Sturke, Fla. I have lots to tell you when I get homi! the Colonel 1 requested] that I be transferred sent a hundred, more 13-inch shells nt

hear Sirs: I I for I have been; in places where w from the (J. M Corps to the thut tunnel to show him we were liberal -
4 Will you Kindly publish the following other person has been; I have seer Army Service Corps or Rent Requisition with our ammunition. TilE UNIVERSAL CAR
I l letter In your puper. If no, it j more things than I ever dreamed of and Claims Service. If I am sc Then came the counter-attack of the
will be greatly appreciated: thai transferred I shall be here longer, for:
; seeing and I have dune things French, which was! the turning of alefeat
d, To my Folks and] Friends of Bradford I onrn .never thought of doing and II in my opinion this branch of the service into the the greatest victory

} I'oimty: that 1 thought I could not stand tc will be here after all tho rest ever known. The field, artillery opened These be mighty practical days and it's
1 I wish to sny that I am now In tc I hove The Colonel told me thatI '
do. It us hard to lind) stationery gone up on Fritz when he started to re-
ii, i Tours, France, and in the best ol : write on at tinn'X, or I would have I Iwl.ittf'n was very necessary. Perhaps I am rent and killed them by the thousandsand up to every man to keep on the econom-

health. Don't know now just when 1 IwilllCl.t before. I have had some hard i but it sometimes; appears to me thai they were Germany's best men. ical side of every proposition. New mo-
bark to America, but the way times: but conditions are better now I hate i,*'iout done my bit, and to see That was the turning point of the second -
my work looks now it will be in Julyor since the war is i over and I hope to see so many who have been over for just I battlo of the :Marne, and from that tor cars are scarce, so make your presentcar

August at the least. Of course, I you all before the year is out. a few months going home causes me lay I felt that I was fighting on the do. And your
would like very much to come back Your nephew, to be a little blue. winning side, but until then I'll haveto
now but the longer I stay the" more PVT. JAS. R. WILLIAMSON, In the service there is a certain admit things did not look RO bright \Vell Keep Ford car.will meet ail

t of Franco I will see. The 9th of next Co. D, 323 Inf., Am. P. O. 791. amount of work to be performed by is they might. You could tell by the demands if you have
month I will be due 7-day leave butI f
a and if are qualified and Ford
some one, you ] :bo's' spirit that after that nothing Y our
have not decided yet where I shall Nice, France, Jan. 1, 1919. willing you are kept busy I have frequently ould cheat them out of victory for us keep it in good run- I

k go but I am thinking of going to Pur Miss[ Oil 10 Marr ] seen three men who are wil- which they had fought, four years. I Car Going ning order. Don't

Is. Highland, Fla. ling perform the duty of a detail often While this was going on, one of the
I It seems as though I am unlucky Dear Sister:-I wonder what kind and too not get any more credit, greatest air battles was being fought.t monkey with your I
hbout getting mail. I have receivedone of Christmas you all had at home? I for doing so. Of course, this is all [ lasted for five or six days. Air- It is bit of valuable mechanism '
letter since I arrived in spent a very merry Christmas. I was in a day's work, but believe me, there nlans' !! were like bees in the sky, car. a
You know how one likes to srance'j olf on furlough, and was on my way to are quite .a goodly number of men in swarming everywhere. The deep hum and ought to be handled by men who

especially when he 1 is over Nice, stopped olT at Marseilles on the Expeditionary Forces that will of the motors! the chattering machine know it. Ford to for
from hill home town. Now if being civilian and Bring your car us
I Christmas eve and Christmas day. more appreciate n runs; nnd the bursting bombs were too '
,i any of my friends that would like to I We enjoyed a very good Christmas in my opinion will be better men; at much for me. I never want to hear repairs when needed.
drop me a line it would bo greatly appreciated made an egg nog out of a quart of least not difficult to satisfy. \nything like I heard for those six
and I shall bo glad to answer old Scotch whiskey. at the hotel where We nre having cold weather now lays again. I guess you have heard \
4 any of them, a* I have nothing we were stopping. It was quite along but for a few days the weather has FORD GARAGEA.
flip to in the day time but write I IJ wnys where we wore going to boon beautiful. The sun shines so I Habitual Constipation Cured
and reml. 1 work at night, get oil ntI0 upend our furlough/ and, we could} not nice and if it were not for this zero I In 14 to 21 Days
!J:: a. m. and 1 sleep till noun, then go I make the trip without rest. It was temperature I could almost think I I ""LAX-FOS WITH PEPSLN" Is a specially- W. & G. A. ANDERSON:, Proprietors "

up in the city or set around nt the !lUll(><) miles and that !!some trip on the wag in Florida. We have had some prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Red CroHS.Well I trains over here, but we are here now snow. but not so much as last winter, I Constipation.: It relieves promptly but STARKE, FLORIDA \

I nuiht stop for if I get "tnrt-I and would not take anything for the and the most rain possible. should Induce be regular taken regularly action.{ It for Stimulates 11 to 21 daysto and a

ed I to telling< all I wanted to I am trip.Ve are in n first class hotel, I think perhaps I shall get my second Regulates.! Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
afraid the Telegraph would not hold with anything we wish for-and Uncle seven days leave of absence next per bottle.
it. From your friend Sam paying the bills, so why shouldwe week I shall go to Nice and other t
i TVT. SCIIELL D. CARVER worry about the high cost of \liv places said 1 to be of very great inter

A. P. O. 717 S. 0. S., co; Chief Surgeons ing. This country is just like Florida .."t. I was! Hchedluled, to go last week .
Y'' L Olllce, Am. Ex. (Forces. ; it is a warm climate there are I but my boss went away and we con' ..
a lots of oranges and other fruits and I not both get away at one and the
5 Thanks to the Ked Cross from a Soldier don't think I will want to leave when same time.

who !Spent'; About Eighteen( II I my time is up. There are lots of PVT. FLOYD GREEN, Not Measured In
Month! in (France: I places I want to visit. while I am on R. R. .1C./ Service U. S. A. P. O.

I wish to thank the American Red I my furlough so you see I can't stop 708, Am. E. F.At .
Cross for what they did for me and I long at a place.' We arc going to take I "
my comrades while in France. God a trip over into Italy day after to I Home: -In the Army,

bless them. Thy were at the docksto I, morrow. I am sending some postcards Jan. 28, 1919.
we us leave Frnnce.. They gave usn of this place. There are some :Mrs. J. G. Ritch.
Dollars and CentsThe
hearty send-off, cigarettes, chocolate : beautiful homes here and some of the Raiford, .. .Ia.I t
i chewing gum, etc., and were the prettiest parks that I ever saw. I Dear :'olothcr-I: am going to tell

ouly ones to meet us at the docks I' I was out on a sight-seeing! trip you of some of your son's deeds in
when we arrived in the dear old U. S. yesterday up on the mountain. It was France. I should have told them long
f A. Did we for cigarette they ago but was saving them for news
pay I and
n hundred feet high
had ? No they were free. They used on twenty-eight top was an old French fort that when I came home, but now as I don't lull measure of a bank account is not merely in the number of dollars and cents t

J the money given them by our dear I was built in the tenth century and I know when I will get to see my native you succeed in getting together. The full measure is found in the

fathers, mothers sifter and brothersin visited an old city whore the streets town and people will tell them noW.
the right way. I defy any man to were so narrow that people could almost Well, first your son was fortunate
say anything against them. They shake hands, across the street enough to be' on the second, .gun to HABITS OF THRIFTinculcated
never stopped for! artillery fire or I send a shell in to Germany with Uncle
Well, I guess it won't be long. now '
the front line -
went into
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trencher, gave the wounded treatment before I will be homo. I have boon in The Strong Withstand the Wlotei during the time the account is accumulating. This bank solicits the opportunity ,. jj,
I IS months but I haven't e't'rrpnli".d
under shell fire. Some lost their France Cold better Than the Weak
heavy with in accumulating both the account and the habit.
that I have been here that co-operate you 0l.
i will have Health Strength and Endurance -
live and I believe every one go You must .
to heaven. When we arrived in the long. to light Colds.Grip and Influenza. -
: Well, it is. time for dinner I will Mood Is In health
State they sent a telegram to our ns When your not a
people, saying we arrived O. K. free. ring olT this timo. Answer soon. condition and does! not circulate properly,
There isn't enough word in the Eng Your brother, your system Is unable to withstand the BANK OF STARKE
LT. OWEN W MARR, Winter cold.GROVE'S.
lish language to express my appreciation I
a c; for what they d.d here anti! Co. D, 17th Keg. Enlfrs.i TASTELESS Chill TONIC
abroad. Fortifies the System Against Colds. Grit FLA.
} A I.OVKR: OF THE: KED CROSS. i| JCeuer, France Feb 11, Hit!).. and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching ,
l Mrs. W. II. Green, the Blood.
Am-b-i.: Dec. HI. 1918 i Starke Fla. It contains of Quimno the well-known and Iron tonic in a properties Corm: State County and City Depository

Mr. J. E. Douglass, I Dear .Iama- now write you n acceptable to the most delicate stomach,
Guilford, Fln.r few words' to inform you that I am and Is pleasant! to take Youcnn soon fee ""I '
Dear Uncle:-Will write you all ofeWertoteife I well and getting along. very well. 1 IS I iu Strengthening Invigorating LffecU: GOes


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.( .:;; -. -- - \ I I tearstained eyes keeps the home fires I - =

; I {I burning, furnishes the money that DADSvWtG[ [
News of Florida
1.1' in Short
Paragraphs. | mother gives to the Red Cross and Y.. LONI.STft2

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fJJ'' Live State 'i for it's his own personal bit he thinks *
; News
I for his country. So U-t'a rememberthat I L4 6'1 twtf
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.' 'Jr"" Told by Our Exchanges. I the big essential of this war. iIC i I

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AT TABLE.-1918 am Iln\J. situ 1.1! nanny, the hone lw
.,,;: Public spirited Tampa citizens are Tampa will not invite the Confederate 1:4 "thnt I nm nut an airship."
I <
-. 'J'planning to build a tourist club house veterans to hold their next reunion Here we gather dear All-Father\ f "Kirii "You couldn't 1)1.In airship," mid

'.; : to cost a quarter of a million dollars. in the cigar city. It was decided Round Thy table to be fed, another horse mimed Mustnrd.

I : that it would require $60,000 to 'Tis Thy gift our daily bread. "I'erlinpn not," sold Danny, "but I
'! Judge Milton II. Mabry, one of the properly entertain the veterans and nm very glad that I am not our any
'; best known attorneys of Tampa, died at this time Tampa hardly felt like I WRY"
I As
we gather to be fed.
this week and was buried at Dade undertaking the job. "An airship bus life "
Nations plead for daily bread, m> saId Mar
City Tuesday. I _
Fighting: son and anguished
Suit for $20,000 damages; has been children-all "Hut It ran fly" argued Pnnny.Only }
Orphaned together
The eighteenth annual convention filed in the circuit court of Hills. with mmieonc lu it."
'1 Pray to Thee for
daily bread
of the Florida State Federation of borough; county against the Bank of At Thy table Father + "Well, I usually have hud Romp one)

Labor will be held in Tallahassee beginning Okeechobee by Ira A. Mitchell who Ask we common all for daily ,bread. D D on my buck And I have helped them
''tl\ April 8th. charges false and malicious imprison ; too."

,;t ment for issuing what the bank claimed "lien did you com to the farm 7"
The white steward and nine colored was a bad check. (God, All-Father hear our prayer! naked Mustard.

,..1 waiters of the dining car Ponce de :Move our hearts and minds to hare "Only today" said Danny. "Whatlunkt

Leon were recently arrested in Miami The Florida State Sunday School With Thy children at Thy table I >.n you ask?"

,,y; and ninety-seven quarts of whiskey Convention will be held this year at This Thy !gift of daily bread! Ls T\o never seen yon before and. ;you*

seized. Orlando commencing April 1st and Sacred gifts of daily bread, = look like such n \fine horse I am aura

lasting; for four days. Every Sunday Satisfaction for the 3 I couldn't have missed you."

\ The Mallory steamship line which school worker in the state regardless I Lest they perish swift and eager, "Tlmnk you," sold Dnnny modestly,

.1?, was to cut out its Tampa service, has of denomination is urged to attend Share we now our daily bread l ; sweet tooth. f fi "I nm Rind yon Ukn me. I think w.. ,

.fl' agreed to continue that service owing this meeting; A splendid programhas I Give through us; 0 great All-Father, will bo friends.

:;.. to the united protest of the businessmen I been prepared for.the event. | To Thy children, daily bread ll! Aid to appetite and "Lot's shako on It." ontil Mustnrd.Sn l.

of that city I SARAH LOUISE ARNOLD.WHAT'S both horses liook. their feet and fi
.I Tampa is to have a new theater of'' digestion benefit ; nodded their heads and then neighed

1 A Tampa bootblack gave; a Gypsy the most modern type at Tampa and "Tell me nboiit yourself," Muslnrilnddod ly 4'

'k fortune teller $1,500 to sleep over that Zack Sts., according to an announce- '' YOUR WORRY? E and enjoyment in after n moment

:. she might tell his fortune, and now ment just made by the Strand Amusement I LASTING form. "1 nm twenty-hit" years old!, and< for t
I t
;', the police are looking for the fortune Co. It will cost $1.000,000( and' : tWI'nt1lrll I have been working with e

teller and the $1,500. will be able to handle the largest road THIS QUESTIONNAIREMAY tho police tor...,."

shows vaudeville and special feature I And only 5 centsa "You haw I" f>xf'illlm.JIIKtnrl.! .

East Coast bankers, Group No. 3, pictures. Oct. 15, 1910 has been set SOLVE PROBLEM "I Novo been working for almost Hint

will gather at New Smyrna Saturday as the date for the opening of the package. .

, March 8th. as the guests of the theater. i
I McM"jr4(
State Bank of that city for a clam The government already la exploit'IDE

chowder luncheon and oyster roast. I A treat manv of the farmers- of the Victory Liberty Loan, which uvoa

I Gadsden county: thru county: agentM. will be floated In April In order that .
The present prices of tomatoes on N Smith, have ordered, their fertilizers the people may start Raring for the = v ;

the East Coast are excellent and it cooperatively. Mr. Smith recently purpose, of I Investing In bonds of the Sealed .r o. e1e

Is well that they are. The freight gave one order for a coopera- "Victory isine." The following brief Tight UM

rate is 25 per cent higher than last tive shipment amounting; to over
year, a war tax is added, crate material $9,000. Thru the agent, the farmers the mind of any reader regarding the Kept .f ,,1P : r e h

has advanced and labor is have also purchased 4,400 pounds seed Victory Loan: Right

scarce and high. peanuts cooperatively. Similar co- Q. The war being over, why la

operative work is being done in other there need of another great popularwar

Polk county is to call an electionto counties of the state. loan as

bond for $300,000 to build thirty. A. The proceeds from the Fourth =_ WRAPPED N

eight miles of roadway. Polk county Egg circles have been formed in ix Loan, according to Secretary of the IN

recently finished building a million good( many sections of the state and Treasury Glass, were exhausted: last .
and a half dollars worth of good; roads the Extension Division of the College December, and the government must 'lt. rt2

and like them so well that they decide of Agriculture says this method of have billions more with which to iiii
ed to build more. cooperative marketing of poultry products maintain our forces overseas, bring "We Will Be Great Frltnde."

is becoming very popular. These the victor home and carry out Its reconstruction The length' of limn Mllli the Urn depart

More than 2,000 acres have been clft'lesrive the small producer'the opportunity plans. ment.W will ln< great frli-mls.. And
planted to Irish potatoes in the Ever. to dispose of his produce at Q. If Uncle Sam's strong box In I both liorsi-H" iu>lklii'il, HKiiln.

glades; section this year. It remains good prices. If there is no egg circlein empty how is be paying! his afterwarexpenses Flavor Lasts "Hut! tell mo, sumo) Inure"

to be seen what the railroad and ex- your community talk to your home ? L1 "Von will hnvo to tell nm oil about
press companies are going to do toward demonstration/ agent about organizingone. A. This I I. being done with money I )'ullI'.dr."
helping; to market the crop from She will be glad to assist you in borrowed from the bank at the ratp "I will," NII Id :Mustard. "Just us noon

this large acreage. this' work. of term 00,000,000 anticipation! every ceillflcnteB two weeks of,Indebtedness .hort, E. 0. PA1NTKK{ FKICTILIZKH; ; COMPANY( nn tury.I huts hrnnl( nil nlmut your hl..-

\being Issued I In return J'II'kHcn"ill'. FJuricln "1 Imvo teen given n hull,111:1': They sally

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + Q As long an the banks are adTanclng 1'Vrlili/ors I 11I1I11111't.rl< tiny Immure, but not
the money, why not let them I : Insecticides I Sprayers Poultry' Supplies III"'UII" 1 feel I old, or III or foi-hli-

Pershing Thanks Y. M. C. A. : continue to do no? For thirty v,\ri.M- have been ".nufac.utl"1I frnili/rrii in llm, il
A. Because In order to continue to. I loinurt" in every!' couniy in londa./ iloim n 1(01! Ii fe's'v"rlc, nail I'm grati

t For Its Canteen Service + extend credit to the biislneim Interestbig I Write For I.ulrNl Trim l.iM' I'rivm .1.\ ...,. in linn will, Quality fill to them for fi-HliiK, Unit WilY nbout
and little of the country.the

NOW THAT FIGHTING IS OVER, GENERAL RELIEVES RED J must !get bark this money-amounting I'I, It."I !tin veu't lain. a iliiy'n liolldny, In

T TRIANGLE, AT ITS OWN to 20 per cent of their entire resources twenty yen re, not oven the J+mrth of
REQUEST OF I I W all 1 standard of seed which have
POST EXCHANGE -when It falls dime as only <; carry leading an varieties July, or .'hrlKt IIIIIS !I"

+ WORK + thus can the prosperity we' now enjoybe I been tested and known to be best adapted to our Roil and climate. Tlw Hume with HIP," agreed 1 Munfiinl -

'. Chaumont France, Feb. 23.-The American Y. M C A., at + continued.Q the. Loan be offered I New Crop Corn, Sorghum, Millet, Rape, Texas Seeded "Ih. wigh/ ("h.'re" tears HOIIIO dayt
Will Victory
+ Its! own rrGuret; has been relieved of Its work In maintaining k+ commercial Ribbon Cane Egyptian Wheat English Peas Onion when I Inn, ) pint' linn holidays. end
to the people on a i half l lint
hiilldiiyH, It nil depended
4 the IIOHI' exchanges with the American army. Correspondencehas + onhow
been exchanged between General I'ershlnR and E. C Carter, + basin. or will their patriotism again beappealed I Sets, Beans, etc., etc. ,much work t hero \\imtobuilonv.,

In charge of the Y. M. C. A. with the army, reuniting In this + to? the Seed Potatoes, all varieties. Poultry and Bee supplies If IliPfp VMIS n ll"i. mi oho Fimrth" of
+ Glass patriotism
decl lon. On Jan 29 Mr. Carter wrote to General PerHhlng A. Secretary says July, IIM IhiTo night li'ippon to bo, we
Bayln We ask that call for information desired
4 of the American people will you on us any in our :
that rtntVx of the Yf.: C. A. In promoting athletics and naturally illdn't tnkn n Imllilny'
+ . + be relied upon to send turnlly nurrrd
i .. w ;" i> .lI i a "y that he thought It should be relleved I Ilnnny
+ of the exchange work + made"over particularly the top attractive It. however anto Our new Spring Seed and Supply catalaguc is ready. Write "'VI'II, I''IIMO' 111111I11';' urge' JlIWt-
will be
General I'eriihlns In his said tnnL'
+ reply, : for
rate of Interest and period of maturity. your copy today. "I nm to be looked lifter on this)
"As correctly state, the Y. M. C. A undertook the *
you ?'W fiym' frpo of charge, / In return fur. the
management of the peat exchanges at my request at a timewhen + " work I've dono. It'.. n Hint fcrllnir to

It was of the greatest Importance that no arallnble + SS w tlilnk, DUO IIIIH n'"rkel for Niiiiu>tilnu) |
+ soldier should be taken away from the vital military functlons + TANKS Will/ TOUR y a4 r u very' lino fwlliitf/

of training and fighting As the anions which Impelled + 4, K "Ju t ups I feel ,
+ t 1 pail way about It, still
me at that time to request you to undertake this + SOUTH TO BOOSTVICTORY 1 1 Mustnrd.

.; .+ work no longer: exist, I am glad to approve of your Buggestlon "I Imvn stopped, ." | grout ninny rnnnwn.v -

+ ". oil, must n limp I have hail
; + "In ranking this change permit me to thank you for + LOAN f //irM with. tinniruinii.VM.. loon horses would.
,f the valuable ervlreH and assistance which the : '
+ very Y. M OLDEyT'' frl ,
get ironed and Ilicro would be no
.. C A. has rendered to the American )Uxpedltlonnry; Force In *
+ : ) FE/PI Icrn 1r. toj.ilnn them--lit li-iiHt, It would l seers
::; E3TADLt3i.E.
+ h.imlllrn these exchanges: Handicapped by a shortage!' of ton + Eighteen Steel er. To Traverse/ i 1.JAITC FCR CATALOG & I (il 4th r Hint WilY

+ nagand, land transportation the T. M C A. has by extra + Raid At Five Mile. An Hour r.1WI UILY PRICE LIST h0USC IH FL1rA1JA 1 7aej d ",\n.1 I Imve Moved! n great ninny rlill-
rxi i t Ion served the army better than could' hare: been ex-: f
+ In ,Irl'll and woiin, tau, troll
+ t
4 Approaching being
peered and yon may be assured that Its aid has been a large!,: Spring
+ kllli-i I ilon't. nnnt to boast
I nliout It
+ ,
I f.itirr In the final great accomplishment of the American Campaign'
f' + 4! hut I inn xii thankful hnvp dons, what
1.arnn' I ,.,ml 4 Eighteen American tanks, built for MOIIID onetent
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: + + + + 4 + + + + 4 + + + + + . + + + + + 4 the war overseas, will be exhibited In --- 1 hot navcd nlnu buy and Klrl..
the Sixth Federal Reserve District In I LEMON JUICE IS !i No Worm.* in a Healthy Child In one rtnv once. And I am no .very

ton coming I All children troublril with worms have mn nntiftellftycolur very tlinnkful. 'i'Il-|
sleep in the morning.-Lakeland Tele Victory Loan campaign it FRECKLE REMOVERGirls : ,whli::h lndkaie< p..,.101,..., ""tI.. n "I think boys nml ,
HIGH WATER IX NORTH FLOW wa announced by the girls are HO nice|
gram. Treasury D- rain,there U mare nr IIIN* """nll'h dl."r"., '
lOA partm at this we.k. They are the -- I I I (.HOV ,'S TASIU.Y.5.1 chill TONIC given rfiluUlfortwoor I wnnt to nave them to enjoy such a
--- -* ----- mall ranks, three wivkt will .orkh the hliiml. .Ii. nice trorM. And f nm mlirhty glad I
capable of
BRING: 1>)>.\1) I.NAT: Till': LAST going; | forty' Make This Cheap Beauty prove the di4rnkm. and eel as a G,nfirnlSirinitti I win given n jab where I could
Reports have reached Apalachicolathat miles wltkont replenishment of the
I i I .In.Tnnlatothswhalesyum. Nnlurn will lhthrnwofriirOI"lwltliewiirni <
the Chattahoochee river at Eu- gasoline supply. Lotion to Clear and II|:, I , :faula is out of its banks covering Some !say-row as the war is over n li lot likely that the tanks will Whiten Your Skin. I 1 1 la prrfoit hrellh. I'lmnint. to like IXV- PIT Imli for, of course, my work wn

much territory. Lower river men are -we can start (no keep up for it's break any peed laws, as their limitof ,! - -- I In the big" city! amt the children had to

in the swamps with every availableman never been stopped at all places, ) up flue miles. an boar. Rach wii: oar Squeeze tho juice of Vwo lemons Into The Great cross tho streets
anticipating a sufficiency of water our old traits again use plentifully of ry two men, the driver and a mechanic. bottle containing three ounces "My master tanetif, :: met to drill to the

t to enable them to raft out from everything, enjoy life to the fullest They. will be distributed over the of orchard a white, unlike well and vnhave omul of a bugle! Tlmt U very thrilling

the swamps all available timber. extent, rally around( all the week, and district. eeveral to a state, and will a fjunrter pint of the best freck- Influenza Tornado work. And whenever my master hod

Apalachicola Times.MONKEYING . when we can't go anywhere else on b.. driven from town to town over the I If and ton lotion, and complexion: to spunk to nnynnn I n."III..I l |, neighed' ,
------.--- Sunday go to church and Sunday country roads. 01'. If they were very great frlemli of
licnutiRer at. very, very mall! cent i I
: WITH TUB TIME school, busy around in the amen earner The tanks will be. met at the principal Your grocer (has the lemons and any I Is About Spent tho master, 1 gave them a klIII"!' !

as if he" were always a saint. town by speaker for Victory drill store or toilet counter will supply i j "I linvu done lli,. nme, sorff of workIn
As we understand it now, the clocks Before they amt out of the house saysomething bonds, anti demonHtratlong will be held !three ounces of orchard white for I i I It 'I ;fut! in ,Itt wake countless thousand" a wny," N"ld M'1 tllrl, "becaime I

will have to be set forward another about someone that is not In connection wlrh public rallleii. They fw cents. Mnssn/e this eweeriy. lire left listless, riirole, weak anilrma I have worked fur tho fire department

hour March 10: which will mean mn'vini "such a chow" as them. Hut will be operated under the direction of fragrant lotion into the face neck l I <'lated. The physical! forts of its And my FP...H] has helped.. the firemen
on rrom their: life the publicity department and rpeakrrs . i Mi-tirns have been battered to piPce4.Nature get to the ftrn. lint
that we will be getting before day every day you can UPPthem irrrm and l handy each day and nee how tires seem as
up :: needs\ assistance
will meal I leaving bright candles along! bureau of the Sixth district It freckles and blemishes diunppe'ar and m rebuilding nothing; romfmrcil to )voiir work of en,-
again and eat our
evening some poor wanderer's way. It Intended to route them xo a tank how clear, loft and white the skin! bee the system. The red corpuscles in the lag many llvo. ynurelf."
in the middle of the afternoon. Since
we have been in Eastern timeIt Yes wo say the war is over, buttheres will visit practically every town. The comes in a little while. Yes! It Uharmless. Mood ran )be restored by taking: No. "Well," nald/ runiir.. "I sm ,glad: that

has pushed us put to get up at a timer I a depth as well as a distance tour will "begin early In April. R la Adv. ((07)) I! 1D1 Tonic.all This Tonic contains iron I have lived each n long life, for I was!
which we know makes rich Mood
expected the active campaign for Victory ; able to
between us and of make others lire n much longer
when we could look the clock in the many our heroes ----- it also contains which drives
bonds will begin about April n. Ufe than
yet. Since the whistle they would have otherwise.
face unashamed, and now just as the dots not warn I out the malarial and aids
sun is beginning to conform in, you of that sweet moment of prayer _. Llnq Ist eare"t greatly In the restoration germs of the hu- lint now rm just a wee bit glad to
Hie word anent have
do you ever lift voice Jesusin UWIM (t) tal4.hI a lIol..la7--tl1. first !In twenty-vlir
r measure to our time, we are to have your to 'Ttte
fTMteat of all > The thm
IlngnlFtlc man 8YltA m. magneait in "
remembrance of His careT who genrafen << e' t pmnlo.rjT, enraeplcvotu; years,
the clocks jumped forward another was undoubtedly Giuseppe llexxofanrl. ft1oIIaotllC .j aaHmt fwnt_ of land. No. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the "'Io
has been their guard and In the ; a am X"; agreol Ma star 4, "bat wa
hour. We do know whether guide
not any battles over there? who died In 1840. Not only could 'bewOIld..rtIJl seeps ; aaHent. polan' of an arpjuifit bowels and rids the system of alt\ p"i- wouldn't have enjoyed thus. holiday If
thing can be done about it, but we
Italian reed SO and refuse
or OQ different (2) TIiritM or bent heyond tke irinaralUne sonou matter. Begin today we hadn't both
felt that
( object to this constant attempt to Or are you still too busy to knit lnnifuagMi benlde many dlencte ,.. . and take It at least two weeks. when wa wepe
I ; } .. tut a Nee( aa.l.. Annrmt working we did mr work weO."
make a monkey of Old Father Time. sew, or patch, but expect your Red but he could aim speak and writethem In a eHT.c ...1.! titatU At drug: stores.ThG .
If there la any way to reach the Croat neighbors to till do your share T with astonishing fluency' It.wa*
se a..eonlilar.4: .t.r ohs ..
B. Williams Co. Boy Wmfd efliim ......
Some mothers OJgao ,
powers that be we hope an earnest sympathize with them. coatended that Ueaaofant! could oaea t>. trove. .Ight a1111s, MMge.N.
will be made the selves to much while ffcy M Dvlaf say would eomaaeae the
protest against poor old dad with native of practically awry .d a. alf that .we..ds Sole Manufacturer
I proposed robbery of another hour*. stays at his post of duty and with Mart etc IBM *..*. 1111' ....... a Quitman, Georgia s..- ef If he knew what atrndit.
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r rod and returned to their homes. I : of a week with her daughter, Mrs.
org 1 l ,
County Telegraph "Bayer CroV) on Tablets.
Last Saturday Mr*. Armstrong and Clarence Johnston, of Trenton. ;
Mrs. Hind their I Irll I American O-vn.'J Moss Hewitt of Duk"S, was in townI II f
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r'\iblh eu Weky' : ....d <-uurrd as .tcind 'th' ", :11..". Durnxidc, spent several I Saturday.
i ours ,in, !Hampton on their way from I ;Mr., (Cook of Tallahassee, was in '-
c tw mutter at the putl-oflive at !bland.! drovj. to Chicago. l town t :Monday in the interest of the t I; I c f Y

6 4 Stiirke' ;1' Inn laE. :MiTnhor, of Island Grove: was itx.elrimc : HEADACHE I telephone system.

) \ i is tor in town Saturday. i JonathanDukes, of Dukes, attend- -

y S. .\1.\TIll EWS, Editor and Owner. At..- W.itlrr, of Frankfort' Del., 1 in \ d the entertainment Monday evening t .1

,gr I. C. ItOIH'oiSOS"date: Kditor.WTHY spending a few weeks at Hampton.[ He givc"i at the Lake Duller Drug Store.
is buying potatoes for the market. Nick Thomas of Sampson City, was r
liewey' Strickland, our busy little i I FADESRIGHT in townIondny: .
X919 M- FtCH !221 h..i her, and :Miss Gladys' Dyal], of Gra- : S. C. Crews of near Raiford, was

'I hum were /narried Saturday. We in town :Monday
@ Me lJj iliH.ill'u: I !J wish them much success and happiness. Nath Gainey, formerly of Five !Mile, :, l'''' 1KftY
is* making his headquarters in Lake ,;
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I'.rlnson, Ga., are spending a few days Urle Johns, of New River, was In

2345678 with :Mrs. Hurrell's parents, Mr. and AWAY town Monday.
Mrs. W. G. Seals. :Mrs. R. F. Proctor, of Summerville,

9191112131415 The many friends of :Mrs. Vf. T. : Tablets of has accepted the ninth !grade: in the I
Bayer Aspirin"'Offer
Saxon who has boon oeriousjy) ill, are Lake Butler High School], and is located r fT ttl

1.6 ..118 19 2g2( 22 : Kind to know that the is improving at Relief-with Safety nt the home of :Mrs. D. W. Bo- ti r V

I It1361 ,, this writing. rum on Dekle] street.
31.25J2fu2i128,291 !I All members of the Hampton IJap- For Headache Colds Fate Brown, of l\i1Ier( wns 'In town

i tist! church are requested to nteot at :Monday. tl J
h.' ihiireh promptly at 10 a. m., Sun- Neuralgia Grippe Dennis Argo of Dukes, was in town (.
t l -- -- L.\ -- da v. March ICth. Toothache Influenza! Colds looking after business affairs Mon

We arc sorry to state that Jasper earache Achy Joints .

i't Lllwt..y. MIII; I II I :Mrs. E f), Sayk-t :-'K'U'ni'd, < ' who has been on the nick Rheumatism euritis! ; I I day.R.. J. Andrews was looking after &1'

e has ii-turni'd! hem a very pleasant 11. t for M-veral, I months, 1 is very Mick Lumbago Pain Pain' !business affairs in town Monday. I r
't visit pith' friiniU, ,I ill ( ;iaineivillv.Ie nl writing. .
# t !\ .\ If"-i" "KscTidcn: fiieuihed Sunday Mri. Maynard: was n visitor at the Adults-Take COMING:' 1 1. I
,. Mrs.V, D one or twc
afternoon ut the A. :M. E. (church Im | of her d-iught'T,
t Alexander Sunday Mrs. Maynard is "Bayer TaLleti of Aspirin"with Mason-Demorest: Stock Co. will
K.'ist: !f.nwUy. The church was I'rowdI
I I: from Wat"('In" and formerly lived here. water. If open in Starke nt the Gaiety Theatre &
+ which '' She' !is always a welcome visitor to our March 17th for n three nights performance r
pleasing wuy, wasotreu.t1y/ enjoyed dose three times a day. of the
town.II. under! the name
k mid! especially by the visiting Z(51
white folks. All the necessary money j! I). Shepard Washington, D Franklin Stock Company. H ,

was raised l for the preacher" to go to r., i is stopping/ at the hotel this week. :Monday March 17-"The Serpentin
( confer nee. with a clean ,Mate. ]" The, many friends of J. Allen are BASER EBASPIRIN the House," with high class vaudot -

C. D. Mills of Jacksonville, preached sorry to learn that he is very sick at R ille between acts. ,

Grace M. 10.; church this writing. 18 Tho patriotic
at :Sunday, I Tuesday March --
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I morning and evening! and was greatly comedy drama, "Somewhere in I
j appreciated.! Ho spoke on I the sub- I nHln; : : : : France"

u > .ol the r-nti'imr.: camp.lign. I' :- Wednesday' March 1!)-The great I
I The heavy rains again this week! Evergreen( :Mar. 11.-The many Western drama, "The Girl and the
d }Lave held up the farming business friends of Mrs. Rosier were grieved( to Outlaw."

9 once ngam. The farmer' / can neither hear of her death which occurred at Admission, (children, 23: ; adults\ 35.

plow or- plant until things dry up. I her homo Saturday afternoon at five A.plHn' i i. the "o'e murk ..f Bayer Manufar --. I
Next Sunday will bo especially Interesting o'clock. She ]leaves to mourn her loss lure of Munitacctu" tciUctter of Salicylicaud LEGISLATIVE: : :NEWS III itBA7

to the church goers in Law- j I a husband, J. II. Rosier( three sons, Buy the Bayer pnrkngc only. f11

tey. There will be special doings,. at I I Henry Tinon, Klisha; Rosier, James 20-crnt puckng<-Alao larger mzuii.: You will rend the Legislative! Newsl'ul.j"ht'd
Rosier three daughters' :Mrs. Lulu'
Graco M. E. church. In the morning ] in this newspaper during
I l friffis.Irq.: : Jean f'.nsklns. :Mrs. Lnui -
the children will remain and witness bedside 1 of hi.s ,\ I1rllllnIlay! but, for the most complete
i I I'hc/hxer.' The body wrest as laid to called to the I "baby.' :Mr.7'mmernum I l
a children's object lesson! and there ra I was the jolly report published read the Flor j'l I f
among l I
4 will ,be a children's special choir under in Pie( ,Their drove friends cemetery extend Sund.iyafternoon. their I 'crowd who advertised the Herb of Lifein ida Times-Union. Send $1.00 todayto L f r i ( 1 >ti
'" the leadership of :Mrs. Louis! II. the Times-Union for a subscription ,
f '
sympathy to the bereaved ones. Lake Butler the past few lays.. T.L. '. .. i' It1 t 1A1waysVJe
Jilt!. In the evening there will be usoldiers' .\ to the daily and Sunday Times-
party was given at the home of
J. II. Sapp, was a visitor to the
] memorial service with n ser- Union from :March 20th to June 5th.
Mr. .
I :
I and11's. Guy last week ;fad those '
seat Frltluy.ndr..w
mon by the pastor. The families and ,j ounty 3-n-2t. raffia:: I' j )
present report an enjoyable time. ,
,\ Wilkinson was visitor to '
friends of nil the soldiers invited n a / I
are Or. F. Morrison, of Valdosta Ga., "1'"n hate rases! nl.n'.1 'a l' a a.rv, do nl t r / .. il'l''
1, I to be present. The service will comnienco IF. Redding Saturday evening. Kent nrnndmu wvnnr' ? .' alt i;It. '( 9
Bryant and Ellcry: Redding' were was greeting his many friends in '! '
\ at H o'clock. I fake Butler a few days last week. Optimistic: Thought.He Iia'ir;& rJl T ;
t y4i In connection with the work of the visitors in this section Sunday after- ,, C A a ( i ltll
ati I noon. The Baptist :Missionary Union held Is' above 1 his> > eiieniles that desple l.
church three meetings were held nn intl'retinproJ'rnm/ irt connection her 'InJurUs. Ci FOVVOCS Mis il
{ The'' Joe :Morgan attended the show at i
the '
parsonage Monday evening. ? aHit.hi. I I'q l t.r, .h\ay n'cl- 1 !..
t l with the week of which i is -- I xi i % M
prayer ,
Sunday school board, the centenary the State Farm Saturday' night t ,'on'O'r:-;, .'nK* us "...k"wr.. ; : fi :<. Nt\lr< M// ftl> Ili
I :Mrs. Laura Chesser and :Miss IreneChes ring! observed by this union at the Tho New Age. wii! :s TiMintU'S; < r I in, ''tii.'N n d I know it" n'T" lad jlf .r
; church council and the official boardall home of :Mr. and :Mrs M.: L. McKinney : wlae'! -.'".... a* Ctfumir, n.2" i't .i'! 1 onlv -.' > i .t d I..'n... fci! |,i Ll re/l'' ,G7r
met that evening and were well at-1 er are on the sick list this week.Messrs. Fond PapaVelt, win, whnt did! .is. hn\e bcpn ,.:>:'r j':t'l'l o'hly: ) >' t:>f t o. i ooU LI i iAuthorities" I Iq h
tended. I J. S., N. n., W. L. and J. F.iHITis I on Main street. you learn In nelim'' l tnd-iy, Son-"Aw, r 1 I I ,r ill '
Rev!. Alfred, F.vendc-n: left Tuesdayfor ( attended the show at the State Mrs." J, R. Chustain returned) to her not much dud.. We hniMu. couple of You save u hen you buy it-sou sats toltm )f>tt use if, i + ,

Jacksonville on a tour of the Farm :Saturday,' night.. They reportedthe home* from Jacksonville. She reports' two reelers In history, a three reel HIGHEST !i::,: g'jj' ,t,'t/-{
churches in connection with the workof show. us excellent. Nash Chastam much improved.Mrs. trnvehnriie In cenurniiliy., till<1 n "lit

the centenary world mission movement ;! II. I F Redding, and son, Ellery, were : W. 1.. Sprinkle and Miss Mar- reel ""I., < stud' <'." Tlioy n-" > "* alt.
of the :Methodist Episcopal in nu.fnrdlIturday.:; hall Proctor spent Saturday with :Mr. n wild' l1 i'-t I i 1''' 111'(' I I.,. 1:':

+ \ ('hllrch.f/ (. will return at the end of ,, :Mr. and :Mrs H. F. Redding and mil! :Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of I Five :Mite lint till'. dOli'' I I li i UC.Vldon rr7q+ S
t the work.L children were visitors to :Mr. and :Mrs III. tad while there enjoyed a fishing trip J+,Wnrr'M : '' '' #
:Mrs. :Mollie Osteen. who has beenII .
Mr, and :Mrs .1. I). T'amlall: were Wilkinson Sunday afternoon. -
( visitors in Jacksonville :Monday I John II. Cirillls was at Tarrcll Station nt her home in West Butler passednto SJJ.BaCt u: : ugkn:1W11""c: : :''' l1RlH:1rnO\: \ )of'

Mr. and, !Mrs. Herman There, of Friday. : the Great Beyond Saturday night LOWNEY'S & FULLER'S i!K9r
I Jacksonville, were, visiting relatives Richard.( (irillls and son Willie were'' 'he remains were laid to rest at D,'- t'r
I in Luwtey Sunday. I I attending to business' in Lawtey Sat- J
/Henry Bennett "if Jacksonville, urday. (Vlock Ifev. S. I. Hendrix condiiiting ?! Come To I BOOST Home State by sendingyour
t 1 ho funeral I services. your
The rain is ] out fine hereevel.thinjt
came over and( spent SlInluyat the holding 9 W. A. BESSENT
I H. F. Priester
is about covered with spent Sunday with
I home of his parents, who have been wa <
nick with the flu for several' weeks lis family. IQmoD\fJJXJC"It'JfJt.J!;\ '1f7t3t! kuh'ftt.ri IC1Tlat Mail orders to Florida HouseOur
ter.J. .
Ben Gainey of Five Mile
was -- - -
W. H, \Hurt was transacting business S. Criffls! was a visitor to Law
J in Stnrke ]last week tey Monday. in town Saturday.
J. B. McCulley, of Jacksonville, was! J. S. Rosier gave a log rolling Fri- Clinton Carroll was in town :Monday Service has given us National prominence

transacting business in Lawtey the afternoon.
first part of the week day.J.. W. Grimy was in Lawtey Monday Truhy Willis, of Brooker, was in
r business.S. town Tuesday.Mr. IS YOUR LIFE
J. C. Cone spent Sunday nt bin home on
in Brooker. A. and Gordon Grins were among : Waldruy is visiting his family I II FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY

u :Mrs N. T. I'eeples. of Jacksonville, the visitors to Lawtey Saturday. this week.A. INSURED? OUR

was A > I iaitor to Lnwtcy one day last Clarence Marc passed through here E. Proctor spent Tuesday at Everything in BOOKS
< and Tuesday night at Gainesville I
week Saturday enroute to Ralforll..J app LEADING
Leighton Johns was a visitor to tho John Padgett, of Jacksonville, wasvisiting I REPRESENT THE
metropolis the first part of the week.Frnnk his uncle, John B. Grim! Jast! :Mr. Pretorious, of Statesboro, Gn., Complete Office Outfitters
Green, of Jacksonville, la week. 1'1 visiting friends in Lake Butler this MUTUAL LIFE INS. LINES

I ) pending' a few days in Lawtey this ) :Mr. and !Mrs. J. S. Griffis and. children !- '.week CO. OF N. V. THE Toys and Athletic Goods

week nt I the homo of Mr and !\I 1'1. l visited Mr. and. :Mrs. Richard Billy Roberta of Five Mile was ,
t Thus. [ link ins. I I1'h" Griffin Friday among: the callers to town Saturday.Rev. OLDEST COMPANYIN Artists, Surveyors and Draftmen's Materials
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I S. S. Proctor filled his regular
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i Saxton people are hereby! notified ------ ----
that on account of unsettled condition LAKH ItiriLF.R appointment at Brnndy, Branch Friday THE U. S. KODACS Photographic Supplies

of the weather and bad roads Saturday and Sunday. .

the March monthly service will not beN Lake Itutler, :Mar 11.-n. F. Floyd John Green, of Five :Mile, was! in Thermos Bottles Razors
h held. If there Is to bo one 'in April who is working in Georgia, is visiting I town Saturday.. JOS. E. WILSON ,
"' the pastor, Kev., Alfred 1 K/endon: will\ his family this week. Jack Waters drove over to Lake
announce it in these columns ut that Roan Alderman, wife and daughter, Butler Saturday, \Ve carry complete stock in all our lines I

time All the people of Saxton and were shopping in town Monday. :Mrs. 1'. P. fickle visited her parents, '

nearby' place! are asked to be present Will :Mickler and son, of Baker :Mr. nnd :Mrs. S. S. Proctor Saturday.. Printers, Lithographers, Engravers

at the special soldiers'] memorial service county, were In town :Monday.Mr. :Marcus and Norma Dekle] spent

p)3 Sunday evening in Grace M. E. : and Mrs. Arthur Stewart and, Saturday evening and Sunday at their LANKS Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System ,

I church, Lawtey. mother were among the visitors to home at Five :Mile. They were accompanied -
o' : town !Monday > home by Romeo Dekle.] ate

'i HAMPTON: :' Mr. Goodwin, of Baker county, was The Red.! Cross society of Lake Butler CHILL 7W & &WO
C s. in town :Monday.Mrs. .
box (
sent a containing!: fifteen suits
} Hampton, Mar. 14.-Hampton Is F. I.. Drnwdy and son, Ardell. of pajamas to Starke ]last week, and FI TONIC I
making. quite a lot of Improvements were in town Wednesday shopping have received wool for mufflers and j
The, Hampton State Hank is. being repaired P. O. Dukes, of Pukes, was in town socks. I -
1 the trunks of the shade trees ]last week on business, :Mr. Dukesis :Mrs. :Math Snpp has returned to her I "TK P p i\dible tumefy during HwCpxlMuc; I STATIONERY. BOOK ANt' ART .s TORE. a

have been whitewashed and the limbs .suffering from n poisoned. face. home in Jacksonville after a pleasant CHILLS'I AND FEYERNAIARIACOLDSGPIPPLINFLUENIA

of the trees pruned which is quite an Eligp Douglass. of Guilford, was in stay with her parents, Mr.: and Mrs.: I 45.49V.. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.
improvement" to the town. town lust Saturday on business. Pink Richard. 1 f

:.Mr. Little, of Jacksonville, who Elsie. B. Jilespio: attended the birthday Rev. Whitman supplied for Rev. S
I represents the Peninsula Naval Stores dinner Saturday of :Mrs. ForrestDrawdy I. Hendrix, at Lulu Sunday I' 25ana50cnNo: .NlY( I f

Co., was in town !Friday.J. John Green and wife, of Five :Mile '
C. Terrell returned to his work at Bart Stevens drove over. to Dukes wore in town Tuesday., tUi,

Lake City :Monday morning Sunday afternoon. Tuck Tomlin was in town :\lon.1 \ .. .
,i :Mr. Curl, ;Mrs. Henry Itrown were Dixon Moore, who has been servini :Mark Tomlin drove over to LnkeButler tv. TUCTWPICAl COOPERATIVE: COCHUOMC .:) 0(1(1D<:':<:""""'''''':>=<''':'':''''' 'tI :" :":""' : !!;lllli/IilWLJI1LJU! !.nI!. 1

I the proud recipients of a line .daughter ? Uncle Sam, i.s visiting friends, in Sunday. '

t i ]last. Friday Lake Butler this week. Jesse Thomas and! wife, ;Mr. nnd : CONSTIPATION: : \ The Enemy Is Preparing To Attack
Mr. and :Mrs. 1>. W. ;Moore, of Theresiiii. Kev. I. ,\. Rawls. filled, his appointment Mrs. Berry and mother have moved
There people who never have a
I i were welcome visitors to 11.imp- at Crystal River Saturday and into the house recently vacated by J. mot rm. ,, .ire t of the bowels. without it is j i. Be Prepared. Put up your barbed wire entanglements -
ton Wednesday.! Sunday.,
; ''If I: sham Ogden, of firalmm\ was. attending n.V.. Will In m" and wife of Jacksonville K Roy Bolen Wilsnn In'I'st visited Butler.friends and relatives i,i produced by n l'athartic.I""t: of themI them I I, I' before blood is shed. We are talking about
have brought that condition
,i to'business, in town I. i Lake Butler ant
Monday s.-I'rs h'; the \I'" of mineral] waters MOSQUITOES principally the
:Miss Theltim Johnson is visiting! & her day. !Mr. Williams is working for the Tueidnv.

..I..h'rIrs.: J. E. McClalti] this week I Cable Piano Co.. ntid while here tuned.! :Mr. anti! :Mrs. Reaves: who have !been and strong cathartics that take too disease-spreading FLIES. .1
J'h wet: ',r rut of the ay-tern and ngirr. : -
'f ;1lis. Miiufjrie i< ;Mixwell entertained several I pianos. Rla
spending. several days in LnVr. nut. .-\ ,to 11\t! d'. ', they meant to and we'll send
i ie tile Just
phone us a man to '
quite a number of her friends. at her I Hnrrv Tdwnrds.. . of Alachua county. l"r. hive returned! to th"lr home In'' relieve A fiiild 'laxative tunic. Hk"Chamber'.iin's measure

1 home VWd"eiday ..\t."in, '. .\ numberof nent Sunday" with his cousin, Donald Oeergin. Tablet niTords a gentle : your house and cheerfully give you an estimate on F
t Int"I'I.tin games v >re played. j F.dwnnN.: j Mr. Gilesple.' of Five :Mile, in ,
was movement of the bowels' '' that you the cost of screening. We furnish
"' Little :Milton Tolbert entertained n April Parrish. was n caller in town t"'nI..rlav.: . can COPPER
hardly: len'ice! has bon produced by
Sc\ I. L ]large number of his schoolmates Friday i I :Saturday. I Math Rnhers. of Five Mile, was In medinc.; ; nnd their use i is not so likely a- GALVANIZED or PAINTED WIRE in almost any
f\. afternoon. The mercy crowd n-"tat I Marion Tlllis is improving, to the i II t.nfce Butler :Mond.iy.Mr : .
to be followed by constiplltion.AdTbe
Mrs. J. H. Tolbert's store. AfterpbiyinK delight of his!. frleivU. Mr, Virgil,J-1 Walker. ] of Jacksonville, visited! widths.
J i pi a number of Interesting! frames. wards,! on the police force during t
I is her sister :Mrs. Adkin
Henry recently ; Quinine Thai Docs Not Atfei The lkadPssu.r <
chicken and rico was. lprve.l.I Mr. Till!.*'. illness\ ,. 1 Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.GE .
of 118 tonic* Anil I.\Y4 rfToct: LAXA* I
I I I Iota In tho afternoon they thanked! I' Dr. Zimmerman left Tuesday! morn- ) :Mr\ .. B. P. Wilson returned to her TINE "RO.") (ItINtM' : .:
; 1ll1tol'tor the I'lcsontc1'r8! ,-.joyed ing for Valdosta] Ga., where he. was I ILO home :Monday. morning, after a star In hy ilia nouns 11...<1.without J.:.\;'/.CKOVUS cnn in4 nrr\miBnewi.uiuuiwt. t>u nr bux.Angina JOo:.

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r : v, died Ht his home near Pukes nt :.i.i"Murk 1
Tuesday morning February
:!;.th, nftcr n brief illno-s of pl"'IIIIII1"roll.winA' '-
.d.lll ;ia influenza The funeril ,
: of LocalInformation ) was held at Elzey's Chnpc-l 1 "I'n.t"I'i

at ::1 1 o'clock' on the following day. 'WI"-
"k... being conducted by the \V (o)
i' I tt'upd, Revs Ware and 1 1Vondnrd.'fhc '

P.ill bearers were C. A. Scuff' \\'. F

+' ,"..rftlS Our 7.qr.. 2.M.,. ..s4 i Th..niton. U. A. Duboso, O. P Hal\ .. I,
II "' .... C.... .M T..... E. I L. Rogers and K. :M. ReaveHe '
r was a member of :Miller Camp W. 0.W' .'
rJ tIJ ..
]He was born and reared on the ,

George C White spent Sunday in L. A. Davis and Rev. J. C. DIRKS place on which he died.' Being of n
Jacksonville with tends. went yesterday to St. Augustine to, sunny disposition, and always true and' ,
._ hem will trustworthy he numbered' his friencii'
---------- Billy Sunday preach. They ,
Attorney J. E. FutcTi is back at his also stop in Jacksonville and attend by his' acquaintances. "Rril" as howns

office after an illness of several weeks the District Centenary meeting of the familiarly known by his friends. J

;Methodist church. will be sadly missed UK he always f 1\ d : I ''' .
Room, furnished or unfurnished, a Kind word for everyone. ; f. II
for rent. Mrs E. F. Johns New line of Pumps and Ox- lie was married to Miss Elsie :McCKnny I : \ .. ..
Cadillac in III! 1. Besides "
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fords have just' arrived at this devoted! wife he leaves two bright II' ) 'i
: Silks, Satins and Georgettesat .!,> .
Sternberg's. little) boys and an aged mother Mrs: . .
,I' .. ,
Sternbcrrj's.Inten -- I E. D. liters, of Dukes, he brothers. / a
.. u _._u_.____ Sergeant Cyrus II. Slstrung has T. .1. fliers, of Wntirhula J. TI. ]fliers, '. i l ffi. O.., '\ to t.JJ. 9 Yi u \ t t wt
st <">n Liberty), Honda of the Leon' discharged) from further servicein of :lI llml. S. 11 Hievs, of Plant City, -L .__..J.ltIdra. -. .

,1r thud IH.IUwill bo due March 15th. the army and ,reached' home Thurs- 11. n. liters of Gainesville, and C. F.

The llu!! k of rfturke; will) be pleased to iluy. fliers, of Vicksburg Miss' ; three sisIters. This great "Book of Bargains": Pcsi-War Shoe
( cash the interest for It. .. . I Mrs. ('. A. LUUlon of
coupons you - --- ---- Tampa is just off the and will
sale Men and Ladies II I II press \ve
- ---- -- Special on : Mrs. M. II. Hatchell, of Jn.-ksonvilK

Go (jet one of those silk umbrellas Spring Shoes!: at Cash Department : I nml Mrs.[ 11. S. Miller: i of nuke, together gladly: mail you a copy on re- 2100 pairs cCVomen's

at Sternberrj's. Only Store. I death.with host of friends tfl mournhis I quest. It contains the most won Patent ; p

\vhlc': last. .__. _. I derful Leather
$1 they -- - --- - ---- __ lot of bargainsyohave ever Ii-
___ I I Lauren F. Ti'utsth grandson of :Mr..
Resolution; of !SympathyWhereas offered each ic1t' Shoes Si J9a
containing at ]
Mr.Inhii Hitch und daughter Miss and 5h'e. Fling left Tuesday for :Minot I page
it pleased Almighty
T. I) where he has money-saving prices. As an 1 line only - n
Effie.' arc guests ut the home of N. Dakota acceptedhis God, in His infinite wisdom to remove I example, ? I l ,

Ritch. ,: old position in.the Buick. shops. i: from this earthly sphere SOy. R. A. quality apron gingham H offered at lOc altos"I: a'nts' n, t6 al. '. e. r 1, r
1 --- ---- - piers, husband. l of Sov. Elsie: liters and, per yard( or 10 yards: for $1. Women's Patent A
Boarders: invited to the Malphurs''' $5,00 silk umbrellas, slightly brother of Sov Eula :Miller; Leather Dutton Shoes, I specially i>Jrict'tlltt $1.89.: M4320.Moil.A I Very I lull Pcmlm.Mo lli, to
House. :Mrs.[ J. :M.[ :Minton, proprie damaged, only $1 each at Therefore' be it resolved by !Miller iiund (rear 1 nvor MilllIttintlreiln t + 1
tf lS'morn It
tor. 3114t. GI'ove.dl11'n Circle, that we extend Why not rder pair when sending ilimiit ,I' to
__ _ _. _. i| Sternberrj's. a your request Irtnt unto ilrctnv ,
unto Sovs. fliers and :Miller our : for tho "Bouk of Mai-Rains" ? liemember mprlnlnR'ratn.tx r.r.. ?1 tIto
tnndlum ..Jlbutlonw.cloltl j' ).r
all1: ---- - ---
in x
Special on Ginghams profound svmnnthv: and commend that lnulllir
Mrs' A. Priee has returned to our unconditional guarantee I stands Ilt'hinllevery l>>p Itntc'iit
the new plaids at Sternherg's.Ilon. them to the One who docth' all item listed. Our .tuaranteo ii tho tame tlfrfornl>1' 1.I ntllihich | 1 u
Rtarkc after o pleasant] visit in rlant t.hlnll'4'l }( rulniil bush Lendo'A(1(
I well rr outurn ltt. In th) t> iaplitiii + .
( itv with :Mrs J. S. Brown nf Lake yourconfdencoandthoassuranceofyour: lnr IH ilnlili
T'. T. Gaskins, of Jacksonville, Alfred lo! it further resolved, 'Thnt a copy nM uw it ,tt
with Rev. and Mrs.[ II O. Deni- complete satisfaction.: W karp| ILIV n / f.
Friday with his aunt, Mrs H.i i of this resolution be spread on thlmillute.s prb n of thin .b.+. In ,,, :
spent fcoii. and! al-o made short I stays in
fu;t that
C. Richard a copy sent to oath of theliereuveil Send Order nllmnkrredw axed In rw 0 i
Tampa Lakeland and! Dado City. your or Catalogue request to '
------ - I .. .. Sovereigns and a copy' sent the maeu,iff huti lu r'
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Classy Millinery at the right Auto Oil. SO cent value for 5') to tho Bradford. County Telegraph( fnl'luloliention. initNi d l nliwI in ttrt'.fGlxi t , $$44 h

price at Sternberg's. cents-StaiKc Hanvare Co. ) MRS. N' II. STOKES: : EiPis 51yy.,I W.Utl. 2- .tom x'* tl

Mr. nl'dlrs.: C. S. Hurling have I The Telegraph has received' a card. PARUISII.Committee., MAIL "
moved into the Liddon cottage on N. from Captain Henry E. Freeman in tr

Walnut street. which he nays: ".\01 on the beautiful -- -- STORES

\ -- -- I'ivino und have visited :Monaco
,I., Sale on Table Oil Cloth 35; cent* atStumps. Monte Carlo and Nice. Am now innristocratic IHA WILL\ THE AUGUSTA, GA.

Cosmos, with thoughts as
- always, of Florida.! "
:Mrs Angie Sternbcrg, is in Jacksonville ..
: - -- - - FLORIDA LEGIS-- I
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Linseed; Oil regular $2.25al; I
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R. A. Barbour. State L'tri-Iitun" .it t th i inning !r"J g
ue for $1.1!)-Starke HardwareCo. uliir session.

:Messrs.[ -", C. i 1) Gunn and Jenkins, of TUREDOTOYOU Three' staff coriespondents' <">t tlipaper INSURE WITHJOS. _

Gainesville, were in Starke Thursday ( will In1 klJ1tIt TallahaIIII' .

on business. The family of J. Manning( were lag the entire ,,,session, and they will, E WILSON

notilied by telegram of the death of And what will it do, for you ? report fully everything of general in STARKE FLOF11DA
$2.: set of buggy harness only U 7.50 the little son of VolI'ylannlnA': whichOCCUI'I.'t Every: measure which conies beforeit tcrcst. I

at Starke Hardware Co. in Baltimore. The child! was will alVect you, directly, or indirect! The 'fin1l's.Union will curry evcivday ,, GENERAL INSURANCE
--- -------- fatally owned and li\ed only three 1 ly. from, ten. to fifteen columns of th" '
Col. and Mrs. J. E.: Futch returned HH reportei I FE-BONDS-AUTOMCBILE, .
hours after the accident. The body You out it tn your" elf to keep fill-] legislative proceedings
last week from Jacksonville\ where will be brought to Starke far inter Iv infoimed in regard( l to the proceedings covering. not only the actual happen I

they spent several weeks. I ment. i of the (coming session injrs of the day but the equally impiirtnnt I

Shoes and ------- Don't wait until some Injurious law "umleiirroiind". woikinirs "f .r >< nwclmmmmelGlctu131ICIW13fJmrtmatdmrstarttuatwLtrueCtr.tiln! : : ; ( ) : ( : : : , )( ;'ICnaJClnrorctelorttJ: : ) : :
Our Big Line of New' Special price on :Men's Clothing has/ !been enacted and then kick about, the rnpitnl') city.

Slippers arrived-today.--Stimlps.Mrs overalls, etc1.,0 Ladies its enforcement. Watch the liilN, introduced Till.IO"T: : ( oMi'un:' : i.ixisi.\-: ; i1 tt: GOOD ROADS ARE b bu1 i11
-- -- COMING :
from day to day. AM 'inn: IIISTIMIL :
E. J. Dowling and little sister, (:iarmcnts. Ginghams, and Dressfloods. : nvi;: itrroicrs ,
When you see that a dangerous onehas <; : : MOWS: sKinin: :, TOO .
L'essie 1 :Mae :Moore, of Hampton were ; Cash Department Store SURE AS YOU
been offered, protest right Away ::u1: LIVE r
_visitors to Starke WednesddY.IJl're'M to your senator and representative; Nil other Florida] newspaper will j j ::

$20 saddle for George Hoffman who has been in be equally prompt in commending nnileitakc, the handling of the ]"JlI islaturc's 'Ills'::' Petitions are now ready for circulation:! When I:
a big work in such completean.I
the the New Orleans any "
$15 at Starke Hardware C.,. navy, came on Thursday steamship to visit his aunt, Rood measures. comprehensive' way :i I j they are presented to you Mr. Taxpayer, let if be the I'

:Mrs. J. R. Davis. George has. crossedthe TUB: I'I.OIUU'TnlF. NIO\ You will need the Times-Union to yI I proudest day in life when
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sign :
J. McCully: formerly of Lawtey Atlantic eleven times, and on his. WILL KEEP YOU FULLY POSTED keep informed about the doings ntTallahiiHHcc you your nnme. I"

but now a resident of Jacksonville, last trip went to Dnlhoa Panama, As usual, the Florida/ TimesUnionwill while the law-mnkera are ;1 j You, by so doing will join the BOOSTERS CLUB (
was a visitor to Starke Monday. the fullest and most there, no matter how many other papers
where the weather was extremely hot. print dllily u i right on the spot. YOU will siKr.ify willingness ,
-- your
-- ---- lie has been mustered out of service 1 complete reports of the work of tht, you read.Meanwhile. j :
Gingham, 13 and 20 cents at and will engage in business. in Jack- : the Times-Union will IV:I to BRUSH OUT THE COBWEBS AND SHOW .

Stump's.Messrs.-. --,-- sonville. continue to give its readers the news Ili:: THE PEOPLE THAT THERE IS A BRADFORD r r1 : 1.
CLASSIFIES of the world and l the, news of Floridain 111
Ceo C. Livingston and C. ::
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$1.00 Hoes now !selling' for 79! the exhaustive way that has made /
A. ;Marks, of Tampa, spent Sunday
Starke with relatives and friend cents at Starke Hardware Co. -- -- its The reputation editorial. as 1'lIl'r'a treat, the newspaper.. society lie I If;:ILHOME:I SWEET HOME may be all right, but! when Iir IirIi I:( i.

-- ----------- OVE CKNI WOHII FOK Yo \ell ISSltH.CASH :.
A the features the"iiimic" it'i-tuck about
pnrtments, literary I out two miles with five :
Give the mule a new collar SI.H! Britt Rosier, who had the misfortune 1'111\',\\( PAilvrrtiirmvntfl the market I Ii or six miles
value for only $2.73.; Starko Hard- of losing an arm a few monthsago lnnirti minder I1il_ head l illustrations, of the reixirts I: of MUD, water, holes, broken-down ridges etc between !I(
and l all other noctions
moat fc* l.ali! In .01,nn.*. N ad*.rlU,'in.nt II l( ::
ware Co. and Miss Ja-iie Sapp, lately employed ,
.1. '
for on* lnnrrtl I for I.ea thin 25 Tillll' .tJnion) arttoday helter than '. you anu s time to ii
-.6------- as teacher in the Davis school' trnta. For 'InHtanrv,: A 10.....,<1 Ndvrrliiientrnt ever lief ore.My ''I'I II
Levi Dyal, of Pernandina, was here have enrolled]( in the Stnrke High i
inn lnnirllim will h, 2% cvnlB" ; If fur m rithan > II
business Friday and alsovisiting mail daily and Sunday, postnifeprepaid I'I'It
School! Both arc from the Rosier settlement .
unfl insertion will b churned fur At I
his' "ister.lrs.: O. J. Griffin. and are making of themselvesworthy rent word. NutMny ch.ricd. ) one month, Hi cents; three SIGN MUDDY ROAD'S DEATH WARRANT ,:,
months, six months, $1./jO| /
; ; om-
Sa'eShirts.' -on- MenV-- --Heavy-Blue-- Work people] in examples nil parts!for of the this many county young who Feu S-\ U:---- year $!).110. ,' L du d Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. :;:

Sale Price 79 cenU at are not taking advantage of the educational ii.oi'n \ 'rltiI:s-I'N1N I' ,
I stump tt. facilities offered here. I'OII SALE-,100; seed' cane/ extra Jacksonville; I I'la.KXTRA uiiorrmmmctmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmc
lon/t./ Dave Silcox, Starke. 3.14.2t. !
, It :Mr.[ and :Mrs. F. A. Scott spent Kelly- -Axes-, $1.73.-;-going- at -.--- .... .. -- -If subscription order ,Is I
in St. Augustine and while FOR SALE-N. C. variety seed forwarded to the 'riml'-Union directimd
Sunday peanuts Piles Cured In 6 to 1 I. taystmrlIst.r.htndmonr
SSUiere, heard the famous Billy Sunday $1.2.; at Starke Hardware Co. B cents; White Spanish, 7 promptly with $1 .00 your name / If PA7.OI'TMT.NTsill.bteure I LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES
] preach. rents! F. O. U. Cash. I'1.; White will he added to their mail list from I In.hlnil. Illlnd.: I Oli-nllni or I'nitruillnil l'lliInNtfinllv 'a.
, :\11'. and :Mrs O. n. Gordon recently March: [ 20th until June 5th. This will r I llivi* Iti hlnil fllitn.' and you mn a>*iruMful
" .1 & Son Lake park, fa.! 3-11.1l. l.pllslllt1lr.1 sluau .ftor the Oral .vlk iiua. falsetto OFF )
l ,;'tee the new Rugs and Window received a letter from their son, Carlos I more than cover the entire

. :. Scrim: at Stump's. Gordon, who is in France The FOR RALE-White Spanish Peanut' period, and it means that you will re.J DOLLARS AND J TENTS: -

I lilt'' young man states that he is in fine seed, selected stork, shelled ready ceive the Times-Union' at 1 less than the Counting It only in dollars' und cents Doesn't hurt! Lift
.Mrs. Emma Wimberly, of Mobile, health and mentions the fart that he to plant. 12'/4 cents pound. :Model I ""..for.. the war subscription rat('." how much did that last colt! rust you ?! any com or

.Ala.? who has been visiting( her brother now weighs 200 pound Like all the Dairy Farm Live Oak, Fla. 3-11.2t. This in a .special offer and does not \ man mny not always stop work callus off with fingers:

A. 7. Adkins, left Tuesday for St. soldiers abroad he is anxious" to get mean any permanent reduction in subscription when he has a' cold, but (perhaps it
! ,Augustine. back and sec the homefolks. He went FOR SALE-Rarred Rock' Eggs- rates. The offer ll open to would! be better if he did. It takes

.A*' through" some of the real fighting and "Thompson's Uinirlets. $2.00 setting nil. Send; One IInir.--Adv.] 3-ll-2t. about ten days to fet rompl'tely rid' :

3}25 sacks seed potatoes, Red Bliss, at .says he will be able to talk war with of fifteen. :Model Dairy' Farm. of a cold under the usual treatment.'I ( ,

i special prices Cash DepartmentStore. Grandpa: Addison, when he reaches Live Oak Fla. 3-11.2t. MlTIf i M'Mt F": liF: *AIM'I n" ,HUN lfTIIIHill.! .. ">IF ,.,,T\1, , IiFFII 1 hat time can be murK shortened, by 1AlP'd4

home. - Ivan I.AWM "IF FI.OKIIM tukintr( Chamberlains Couirh Remedy /
FOR SALE-Early Speckle Velvet II,.n Lr l n"..... ,In ,,''v.'n "..,. T .J I AMirmnnl.urr und (proper( fare of yourself, in 1 fact I l

CL L--DIgA's, of Arrow Rock, :Mo., Prices on our Groceries are I Bean Seed sound and first ("lnIlR" I 'r,.irrll\cly hoar r' ufl 11 .VI, end nnl, HI rwrllflriit'W. l I..ui. >l by a botltt- of this remedy in tho during ,
laa been visiting his brother, Rev. J.J.UUggs. down to the bottom-Price a few limited very scarce. $100) rqr, fur ,,,. llrmlfnnl 1..1. T"l".. .. i IH n mighty good investment I >b I If
On Thursday Mr. Diggs I <>' n.'l, FrrHIIrnliii In-lri. ilnl il' i pu he winter month -\Iv., I
bushel. Live und spring
Model Farm .
snp1es( and he con'incl'dCaohn'partment Dairy. I air hit ,Al.>,1 l ,mid c.>rtifl HI.M In mv alderamt ,
eft for hU home in :Missouri.[ Oak Fla. 3l2t. hna mad.. .r..II.nll". 4r Inc ,1"11 to, I..(I I
Store. .. *. In Menr\nnf\ with liiwThe :"'- !

J: 6 inch Stovepipe 30 cent vale !- I FOR !; l MK. bone po. Ihr Mli.wlnv old rtlaratr.In llrn'lforil rmr't'ctlvlv(.....IIIy.mlirnc..Hiriiln ..' -..,.- ..INS CASKETS t v't

? 11)! cents-Starke Hardware Those enjoying this! affair were Audrey land China Pigs, three months old 1. errti IMH_...d..|lm mi In th Ihi*.*tint.num nf* rw the pw UHimnno tlvrlytru, tfnll \tiri! a full line ofjruiadakers' : t
. Johns, Ethel Griffin, Margaret double treated for cholera both I sex.
,""It.. "i .rt..ul.rly' >rt forth In-wlt :
,Co. Long. Hazel Warren Louise! Fernan- I sired by Florida Raster n son of ('.rffllFuli Ni 11 wmhrnn.. : ram nt NWfor Supplies

1Mr. .- d"Z, Nellie :Stearns: Elizabeth! / Rrown- the mighty,!: "Giant Iluster" $2JU)0:; 1 HJl of yita!93! lh Quarter ne. of 11 NW yrli! Quarter t.. a |rt .nil of "hwIhpnw run. Automobile I II If a 's.
: Mixon received a message lee. Nellie Mott, Iris Epperson. VlvIrette each Al..> a few larger and Homebred I I K 7" yda. : 2" r'h. W 7o l il ,an VK>. on hand. The best ser %
t 1knduY: stating that her sister yla| tit nt of ""If. frf 1 17. Tu 5. H K 21 I E!:
Louise Jessie" .
Floyd Andrews Mod el Dairy Farm
sown I nrn.. ...."...d Plan"n el the lowest pricen. Special
L 'Ia; Antionette Bell of Gainesville Mae[ ilai: -den, Louisa f'ilZ'lI'Iur.urpt: Live Oak Fla. 3-14-2t. (',rtln..,* N Gi., had died the day pr"vious. Livingston, Free Wynn, ('harli.. __ h ._ _ __ _ ..'' "f UK (I.mrii-r end l run 1: tIn Src.. llnv
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nf !I.v. thrnfiV (Mil ft K !" 'I
__ 111 ft In pt
1 -JTBeautiful Tohrs.' Comer Long. Julian Canovn, 10>;1' 1 ... r ... ".. **.
!S f i rl. W I" .f mil *. ... :'tyltelell ErTlh.lirlleri (Don't, .Utll, \ tiny bottV! orI"
line of I.adie"f'W' Hat Holl;s Knight Carl Colley, John Powell Tn II. S It 2. F .n..lnln"t .. ... ,
!I'.e' na |h'It few cents ut
/ < i < u any
just arrived at Stump'x.t Joe Wainwright Levy C nova.AUR'u..tus LOST-Rlnrk Cow mark crop, Undnr- ,1! Umx' ..hi.W' .WIIo"r"'r' -1 ''.*.n6n> "... l-"<, I I. 2. a I if i 'IfJ.ITf C..IONES! d I. t :e \:,,ph. u few strops on themi
- -- r.luinPa'll and Finder notlfv . iKMOHMItl ClX DllhM -
Long, Harry lit staplefork. till 4- .r. N. .II. ? It
i,+. i ,.illu-' ,u,,l :hard skin" on !bottom -
f .J Inf Lieutenant W. :M. Wainwright Canova Walter Kuhl Rufus Tatum. ir. S. Norman I. wtey, Fla. 3-14-Zt '' .. . I :>larke. fin.Urov
tintu.l,, frame abaft H n oi feet, then lift them of!?.
will be pleased to Know that Th"m."< LimbnughRAIFORI .. --------- -.'" I''I .omnl)' r'.. " t.. decd .will !I...",' ,0;=.-_ - __=-- from }
he h. h'! ,,.en promoted to a first lieu- --. TO CATTLE OWNERS: your I ,n the in, .1 of Apr I. A. B. IPI9 th..1 --- ----- When Frfeitunv remove corns
The eiTeetivf IIIF.Iti Wiry olTUhil" al lirn tur. and .'. 1n Ulc*. clilll:: rook the tons or culluxei from the bottomof
tenan \ was ) cows need expert: attention after I I I tb. 11t' .f Man" A. D. !t1l9.I feet, the skin beneath Is left I pink
F-,"rlary i 15th.Children's riving birth nee' J. A. W. T. WEEKII.I..n Kilurc vitalityml' energy br }urlfylnt sal oiv
Jamill/ln'l I __ ('Ink. rkhingtheblood I. (. ._ fcellKStniniltDrnlnil. and healthy and never fort, tender or
a -- mark- Stocking-- -at 20 .f:. A. fliers! one of the best known StnrVe. Reliable Py R. A.TN'nryaao Invlituratlfill' r.lT.: ..t. P.1ce eat Irritated.-Adv. No. 285.
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I.: : Bradford County Farmers than Where pay possible for the cost to do of so production.every acre CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! I

__________ of land should be growing some legume Acts Like Dynamite on a Slug

II. \ COUNTY AOEMT.f; : REPORTS ; portunce of planting seed free from the section of the State in question. crop. gish Liver and You Loco

unthracnose. It is a destructive fun Pasture for May and June may be had i 4.4oooo.'ooo a Day's Work.There's .
) Putnam County: It is gratifying gus disease that may destroy the by planting German millet, sorghumand 4 mCIiRISTLtN
1 to see so many farmers putting in greater part of the crop if it getsa corn in March, says the Univer- .. EDUCATION; ,*> no reason way a person
green cover crops for livestock and start in the field. It is spread mainlyby sity of Florida extension division. 1' mv should take sickening, salivating calomel .
z- for the /good of the soil. A greater planting seed containing spores or Broadcast the millet, using about u 0 'p0000b h . . when 50 cents buys a large bottleof
acreage than ever is being put in to no remedy for the disease after it appears ten pounds of seed to the acre, and At a meting of Baptist pastors and Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect
food and feed crops. The campaign in the field, is the warning sent it will be eight inches high and readyto laymen held jn Staike February 25th, substitute for calomel.It .
1t11 along this line did a great deal of out by II. E. Stevens of the University feed early in May. Sorghum should L. A. Rawls was elected chairman for 1 is a pleasant, vegetable liquid
good. of Florida experiment station. The also be broadcasted if a thick stand' the county, and two subchairmen p.i i which will start your liver just as sure.
3 I only sure way to avoid the disease Is is desired. Three pecks will plant an pointed. The eastern committee i is I Ij I as calomel, but it doesn't make you\

/t Clay County: Potato planting is to plant seed that are known to be acre and it may be pastured when composed of L. C. Powell, chairman; RIght-of-Way. 1 sick and can not salivate.
# nearly over with, and the acreage is free from antjiracnose.: two feet high, which will be about T. N. Limbaugh, J. F. Kickliter, J. E. Things" cannot be entirely satisfactory Children and grown up folks can
fi I about 75 per cent of.what it was last Old seed will offer the most reliable the middle of :May. Corn planted in Futch, J. C. Poppell and ;Mrs. Laura until some plan Is Invented by take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it
year. source Of seed free from the disuse. thirty-inch rows will require two Scott. The western committee is composed which both the motorist and the" pedestrian is perfectly harmless. .,
I Seed, between two and, five years old, pecks of seed, and it also will 'be of H. C. Peeples, chairman; K.It. can have the right-of-way at the Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is 4
w $ Osceola County: Several citrus I if they have been kept dry, will be about two feet high and ready for Roberts, Jesse Bielling, E. W !Miller same.time. % mercury and attacks your bones. Take 1,,
groves showing heavy bloom. Dipping I reasonably free from the fungus, and pasture by the middle of May. Rev. S. S. Proctor and Wallace a dose of nasty calomel today and you ;
,, vats rapidly being completed. all such seed should bo planted this Millet can be planted again in Bailey. .. will feel weak. sick and nauseated to. Ii
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>k Truck crops showing good growth. leason. April for June feeding, and sorghummay The following churches were assign 'IIft -- morrow. Don't l lose a day's work. 1
be planted in May for feeding ed and apportioned to the Eastern Division Take a spoonful of Dodson' Liver
'I Sumner County : The county agent il FERTILIZERS F(71--- thru July, August and September. : Tone instead and you will wake up
assisted one man in marketing his SWEET POTATOES The planting of cowpeas for pasture Starke, $300; China Grove, $50; Hayes' feeling great. No more biliousness, i
I hogs, securing for him one and one4 I -- should. be deferred until April; they Corinth, $25; Hope, $35; Lawtey, $25; constipation, sluggishness, headache, ,
4 ,i fourth cents per pound more than he |j' The sweet potato is one of the most will be ready for feeding early in Pine Level, $10; Sampson City, $10; Healing Honey coated tongue or sour stomach. Your ,.
had boon offered. There were 79 hogs ;, important crops grown in Florida, and, June. Hampton, $50; Ueilbronn, $50; Evergreen druggist says if you don't find Dod.
in lot little a larger acreage will probably be millet.will ten Galilee Graham son's Liver Tone acts better than horrible ,
the averaging a above ]: An acre of pasture! $25; $25; $10. ,
200 pounds each. By cooperating with grown this year than ever. In orderto fiO-pound hogs for ten to fifteen days. To the western division as follows: Stops calomel your money is waiting
I the largest yield of this for :you. ((12-4%)
| secure will accommodate
the county agent this man saved approximately An acre of sorghum! "
Lake Butler _
$200; Sardis, $100; .
$197.!>0 on this one deal. :, crop, I'rof. John M. Scott recommends fifteen hogs for twice that time. An The -
.v Farmers have shown more interestin the use of a complete fertilizer for acre of corn will pasture fifteen hogs New River $2:;; Bradford, $25; Providence If'ou Had Typhoid Fever Would You ..
cooperative demonstration, work I sweet' potatoes. In a four-year fertilizer for fifteen to twenty days. J I Village, $150; Old Providence, Consult a Druggist or a Physician ;:
theI I S150; : Guilford S15: Hrooker... $50! ;. Dn- Tickle
this spring i than ever:and are follow experiment carried on at > dan I Raiford. : IS-0.- r -
ing instructions more closely. I Station, the highest yield was madeon GIVE: THE STRAWBERRY BED $25; $ Headache, dizziness, poor or uncom.
6 the plot. fertilized with 112 pounds ATTENTION I This move is in connection with the Heals The Throat fortable vision, may or may not be the
v, Marlon Courtly: A car of high dried blood, 81 pounds muriate of pot- program of the Southern Baptist result of Eyestrain. Glasses may be
grade hogs wall shipped from Mcintosh ash, and. 221 I pounds acid phosphate. The wet cloudy weather has not. Convention to raise $1,500,000 in five Cures The Cough the remedy or may cause irreparable
s, t last week. The demand fore Potash was found, to be valuable in been very favorable to the productionof years for Christian education. The Price 35c.A damage.We .
Speckled velvet bean Heed is greater producing high yields. Ground lime a high grade of berries, and attention :|': Southern committee has apportioned employ an Oculist-Physician
than the supply, and it is a problemto stone did not increase the yield of should be given the straw-'I'to the various states the amounts to FREE BOX OF with seven years experience, to exam.
secure enough seed to supply local the potatoes; in fact the yield was not berry bed. C. K. McQuarrie of the be raised by them, and Florida was ine your eyes FREE of charge.
t demands. i,1111 large where a complete fertilizer Extension Division of the College of; asked to raise $350,000 during the five GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE BLASSES COMPLETE $ .OO UP
''I ': plus the ground limestone was! used Agriculture says that considerable year period, or $70,000 per year. But Hours: 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sundaysby
Leon County: The work of tick as where just the complete fertilizer' raking and hoeing should be done in in order that the stronger states may (Opens the Pores and Penetrates) appointment. Phone 2848.

r eradication will be continued this year. was applied. the bed, and after every picking a lit help the weaker ones, they have For Chest Colds Head Colds CRYSTAL OPTICAL COMPANY ''I
There are now :30 vats in the county, Complete results of the experiment.. tle fertilizer should be added. This agreed that if Florida will raise $50- and Suite 57-58 \Mutual Life Bldg. ,
and 20 more will be built. have been published in bulletin form, will not only promote plant growth, 000 per year that they will give us Croup, is enclosed with every bottle 23 !Main. 3rd Floor Jacksonville Fla. i
4 !i and can be had by applying to the Experiment but will increase the production. The $20,000 per year and the whole amount of HAYES' HEALING HONEY 4'

Orange County: Farmers making Station at Gainesville. I strawberry bed should yield n continuous will be used in our own Florida You get the Cough Syrup and the Salve FOR THE CHILDREN >
preparation for the largest food and supply up to the end of Mayif .schools, thus giving to Florida Baptists for one price, 35c. Too much care cannot be exercisedin i
feed, crops in the history of the county. I'i. FEED: CHICKS LITTLE BUT strict attention is given to the ,cultivation : one of the greatest opportunitiesfor Made. Recommended and Guaranteed to selecting\ a cough medicine for the I
i ? Taylor County: \Much interest in OFTEN I I and a little fertilizer added, oc building up its educational insti the Public byParis children. It should be pleasant to
the club work. All the clubs are being casionally. tutions. take, contain no harmful drug and ;
., united into one organization. Keep Them Supplied With FreshWater I .. The State Convention in Tampa in Medicine Company most effectual in curing their coughs i
I SPRAY TOMATOES FOR NAIL- January unanimously adopted the planof Manufacturers of and colds. Long experience has shown i
't ii Jackson County: Some splendid I HEAD RUST the Southern Baptist Conventionand Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy t
work has boon done in thoro preparation ' There is no more interesting subject set out to raise the $50,000 duringthe meets these conditions. It is. a favorite ,
;ii of the land fur the crops thi>*, in connection with poultry than Nail-head rust is the most Impor. month of March, if possible, and with many mothers.-Adv. j
t year. Farmers are operating their: the feeding! of small chicks. The tant disease of tomatoes, especially on not later than April 30th. So let ev- ,
biiHJni'Hs. on higher r.l.po>l of efll-i proper core and. feeding of baby chicksis the lower East and West conat of the ery man and woman do their part, and -
4 cicncy.Washington. especially Important right now as state. The disease not only spots! the every church go over the top in raising -
we hutch with hen or machine or. buy leaves and in that way reduces the vitality their apportionment, and every FARMING IMPLEMENTS & SUPPLIES
County: This county baby chicks. It is necessary that good of the plants, but it also spots committee put forth every effort to It
o' is ideally located, for production of feed be used, that it be fed with care, the fruit. This spotting of the fruit'I raise every dollar in every church posI I Avery, Improved Oliver and Brinkley Plows. Also 1//
honey, and nuiny farmers have a few and that enough be given. The College causes the greatest damage: which sible. The committee may have overlooked -
+ I+ hives of "('l'lI. I II.) A_ )Unity him n fine I Agriculture ut Gainesville has often amounts to 50 per cent or more some church somewhere in the I extra repairs for these plows.

t oloIlY of been, mud in. planning on on Extension: man who is giving all 'of the yield. neeordinir to Dr. C. n.1 county, but it is honed they will re- I II Dixie Plows, Georgia Ratchet Plows, repairs, extra 1
hanging all of his apiary to paten his time to the poultry needs, of the Shrebakoff of the Experiment: Sta mind us of it by sending up a large! i handles and beams.
hives. 1.:1] State. This extension poultry husbandman tion. Spraying with Bordeaux mixtureof contribution.Send j

Dr. N. W. Sanborn, has the 4-4-50 formula, if properly done, every dollar to S. B. Roger., Riding, Spring Tooth Shovel, Peg Tooth and Fowler 1
Holmes County: Bile increase i in following to say in regard'' to feeding will undoubtedly control the disease. Jacksonville, Fla., and he will receipt I Cultivators. Also Weeders, Disc Harrows and .
acreage of sugarcane mid, sweet' potatoes chicks. I Whenever possible! ) uf' a sprayer that for it and then the Stalk
you report amountto Cutters.
t and n notable increase in the Young! chicks should not be fed for will maintain at least 120 pound( me. I

production of livestock, especially of from 21 to 3i; hours after hatching, pressure while spraying. Use good: 1 If your church need! any one to help Sweeps, Scooters, Opening Plows, Turn Blades, '
bred hogn. Practically and will not suffer if given no feed nozzles.' Under ordinary weather conditions -
pure every you understand the mntter, call on i Readymade Heels for Grasshopper.
until tho third day. The yolk of tho other week
y' farmer in the county taking in new spray about every committee, write '
land; there will be around 5000 acres egg! which i is! absorbed by, the chick, but if the weather is rainy and the your your service. or me. I am at Hames, Traces, Bridles, Plow Lines, Single Trees,

of now land put under, cultivation this furnishes all the nourishment required disease is spreading to a dangerous Respectfully, Collars, Collar Pads, Steel and Leather Hamestrings
your. Sumo new t buildings are goingup during this time. It is this! extent, spray more often. L. A. BAWLS Padded
and Old
Style Bands.
and miles and miles of new wire provision of nature for the first sustenance --. Lake Butler Fla.
- fencing being put. up. Koa possible to ship newly hatched chicks BY IIf; IOSOTIUTIOSGENTR:; '
considerable.. \ distances.At POSTMASTER: : Very Large Assortment of Each.
Seminole County: The farmers of the start it is advisable to feed Under. the supervision of the home When in Town see my Farmer's Supply Show
this himluen saved five times( n day, alternating a mash demonstration agents, Housekeepers'
county over $7- United States Civil Service Window, a Display of Farming Goods Only.
000) ( by purchasing their nitrate from or soft feed, such liS johnnycake, witha :Schools; ore now being held in different Commission has announced
the Government The agent has still hard grain or scratch feed. An sections of the state. These to be held at Th"ressa an Fill examination DeWITT C. JONES
( moro" orders tow di>livvr. ideal scratch mixture con he made Wheels have been very popular wherever on STARKE . I .
April 12, 1919, as a result of which it . V.
from live pound cracked corn, three they have been conducted!, and is FLORIDA.
to make
expected certification fill
pounds.. cracked wheat, two pounds' for them to be held\ In to ', ..
Calhoun County: Farmers plan applications a contemplated vacancy in the position ;- -- - -- ------ - "
ing to put in the largest velvet bean pinhead oatmeal, hulled or rolled oats. various sections are coming' in dailyto of fourth-class postmaster at f.

crop ever planted, in the county. Peanuts Feed; morning, noon, and night, scattered ;Miss Harris, state demonstrationagent. Theressa and other vacancies as they .1so... -.--
sugar' /: cane and, corn iirrpairo! also in chuff litter.A One.of, the best schools heldso I may occur at that office, unless it shall\ .
being increased.\ Some cotton will be good soft feel, can be made, from far was at Titusville, where 123: be decided in the interests of the service -
planted, but the acreage! will be small. five! pound, corn meal, six' eggs (infertile women were enrolled and! attended the to fill any vacancy by reinstate
), and one tablespoon of linking Course thruout the week I ment. The compensation of the postmaster (Until March 22 only)
Santa Rosa County: The home orchards 1'10(1"Ii'l' : with milk to make Primarily the object of these at this office was $207 for the .
are being enlarged A recent a stiff batter, and bake well. Feed in courses' is to reach the rural women last fiscal year.
cooperative order was placed by one the middle of forenoon and afternoonfor tout townspeople are eligible to The most stupendous
community for over $50 worth of the first ten days' or two weeks tend anti many of them are at-I)

peach, orange and paean trops. Several When infertile eggs arc not available the advantage of the opportunity The ,, Lti3J 1 i 'b bargain
carloads. of sweet' potatoes' have use double the quantity( of baking meetings are held mostly In small!
been shipped.\ These were sold! for soda, and( add one-half' pound of towns and at rural community cen-
t I ( the farmers by, the county agent, at sifted beef scrap.) Infertile eggs are offer in
} price of bushel f. b. those which have ters.A III Women "
n $1 per o. snipping been tested out from great farm women who
the [
point. sitting from incubator. history
I or un would like to do so find, it impossible ,
Any tender green stuff may be fed to attend the Short Courses whichare Here la Il-
a message y yju
Okr.hob'e County: Several new to baby chicks. Sprouted r oats are given at the State College for Buffering women, from L: i1.ffi L; IL4 tailoring. All i
u ? tractors and! some excellent farm marhinery good. Little chicks should be supplied Women during the months Mrs. W. T. Price, of
have been brought in lately. constantly with fresh, water, in so these Short Courses summer Public. Ky.: "I suffered : prices slashed.
The recent cold injured! the truck either hallow pans or small drinking ried, the are hrinlcar. with painful. ..", ;
Each Im.tsfor
to women. course
gardens. Some farmers have' authorized fountains. she writes. "I got down
5 the county agent to say "more .- - one week. with a weakness In my t
motto". back and 11mba...I Besides! an extra por:; : of pants absolutely
staple crops our FORAGE CIWI''f: (ill.UN PLANTTEGUMETllOPS
--- --.-- : : : FOR LIVES'rOCIC felt helpless and discouraged. Afreo- with suits overcoats, and coats and pant '
. ,! had about
CROPS FOI SPRINT PASTl'RKC'owpeiM. Swine Growers Slimild) Provide i This given up hopes of ever

Supplementary I Id putting (In the field npnna for being well Spain when 1 El ::ant Suits $W. 00 up
,inrghum and sweet corn a. friend Instated< I
: Florida not't
this your farmer should ..::-to-oTclzT by
make the best
early spring pasturefor Forage crops constitute a strong
forsret to put in a* huge
acreage ni TakeCARDL1
all kinds. of livestock and are good!: \ ctaoni sh'lrlu cmfwyp eaoin ohrdlu

I I roiling crops, stays. .1. :M. Scott of the first-line trench against highpricedgrain. crops.possible to There some are leguminous n numlir.if crop. legumes or- H. M. MARKS & COMPANY ". t'
University of Florida, experimentstation. It
grain is to be
saved and well\ adapted] to condition in s1 Th. CJi'J.* TMlvrt Cxitanc ttablkJ 1S73
In ixty-five days: after planting : the cost of production cut down, forage .. thiii state, hut probably there i.
these crops will be' ready for crops are fundamental for maintaining hotter than the velvet hoan Irof.none CHICAGO. ILL J ...
feeding. .. growing, and.
fattening hogs. 'John :M. Scott of the Experiment Station '
Best results will come by planting Every: swino-feedinjr! : investigation
urges' the farmer to plant velvet Economize Leyond..Your' fondest hopes. Save $".00 :
these in r"WH.hkh will where: official record,! has
crops permit an been
kept "
henn along with the corn. The <.j? t;) $10.00 on your taster suit and get an extra pair
cultivation to hasten the
il growth. shows in instance The
every that the use Woman's Tonic I
of corn will he reduced hut i
-rtiuhtly. of We
x A liberal application of fertilizer will, of forage saved irniin. Every hog prts guarantee every garment to fit
and the
experiments nt Station show
t of course, hasten the growth and makeit raiser who has tried suitable pasture that the yield of velvet beam. i is greater iriii I began Carla!. In and wear satisfactorily.:
more abundant. with the proper amount of drain does I when Itill a. short while I saw a '
planted in other oficorn
"y net hesitate every row marked difference. .. 300 fine fabrics to choose from.
Make separate field for each of to recommend\ the practice -
than when .
( planted in n field bythemaelvpii. > I grew! stronger ,right\:
to all swine
the crop so that they may tie har- growers. I
vested separately. Much difficulty is At the of along and. It cured me. Ws also offer you 60 clever new styles Including ,
present price corn and Another
Important legume it the I am stouter than I
experienced in harvesting a combination mill feed a pound of pork can bo peanut. This i Is important not only tare been In years." Pinch Backs Peg Tops, Norfolk., Patens Pocket,
of crops! even if they mature at produced from three to four cents n* n hay crop but as a grain for fattening It you gaffer, you can \ t Seams Interchange BelU, Etc. i iVa
the same time. If it is desirable to cheaper on pasture than by dry-lot hog*. Lest year a large. acreage a l' P 1".a I ate what It
feed two or more crops at the same feeding. This statement covers! themont'y of peanut was planted along with c means to be strong andwelt. Have your measure taken today and ave money.
t time, mix them after harvesting. value! of the proposition-the the corn, either In every other row Thousand cITe! Cardut of woman the .'
h I saving of corn for human consumption or between the hills In the row. This credit for their Rood
t PLANT DISEASE-FREE COTTOX and a better thrift of the pasture. furnished an excellent feed for hoes!!, health. It should help CLIFF JOHNSONSTARKE f
fed pigs are two more strong points and In most cases was harvested by roe. Try Cartful. At all
Cotton growers anxious to avoid which do not show up in the dollars I the hog 343 FLORIDA
loss from cotton anthracnose this i and cents comparison. The cowpea and the bepfrarwced are
season must not overlook the im- I It is advisable t-> select pasture leprumes that are well worth growing ,
living part of the fungus. There Is crops that are known to thrive well In j a* a hay crop. Prof. Scott says that
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fiNANCIAL STATFMFNT COUNTY SCHOOL !March 1. to bat dun ..___.__________ 7609.251 r Amanda rhomn. do __...--..__._____ 11.00 1 For In* purpose of hnldln, the mid .1 Uctlohi In thi. Itrndrord County Ttdaitnph. A n..p.
FUNDS Total Sub-School lIond Fund lot* ronlw. d------------------------- a.oo tho following nmnngur hive been ap- I"i puhliKhfil) in mid County and Slat.

I Nu1.. to bal duo ________ ________ 6H2.9I! I.I Mra. I II. M MoHnlitht do ______.__.__ I.l1n) lIflI'Il! 4 lh March Oth ItflO.
THE APPLICANTBy 1 Superintendent monthly!! financial atat- Uy amt colluctvd. ._._____ _n_____ __ DOS.19 Ititnmr P)nl doMitrtlia ._______.______.._____ 11.011I ) l>l.trlit No. IE.. Moore C M CoU'nmn. W. T. WEEKS.
mint of llradford county for the month ofiHiumry -- -- -I I It xtrdo ___n_______________ 2.80 M \S inlirii; < cl"rk Circuit CourtHollrltiir -

1 1l11I.! March I. to bat din ____ ____ __ 8677.50 I.. I. HIIUIIM .1.. __ ._______._____.____ 2.80 HIM i'lei. Nn J -,\. M WII.ln. U. J.hli. .\.Z.AtKINS,
AGNES Q. BROGAN. ttf>npr.l Srhuol Fund. W..u'T WtEKS..n linchel 'I'nv'lur. do .__________._.__00 2.00 M ... <>rwn.m.'rlrt far ConplaIM.t 8.7-a
L'IIInflc.' Inn 1. 1DIII ._______un__? 4.S.01Hi (Seal) Clerk Circuit Coil it.iin 1.ictit' Hiinti ilo _._.._____.________ 8.0D No ]6.M.. Orownlwi, J. L. Un- ----- -
I iipm,/ diirmu month ____--_____... \\niianln' "umutd _--_.___------____....61HHIIliiliinx : \\ .rn.n IkrHtt do .__.___n___________ 8.00 No H. J. I.. Hnrrvll Joel arliTli.R Circuit Stato of lorliln. Ehrhth 4
t lib. 1 I. ItllO --------00---- 70 .00 .is pull iiv rotNTY SCHOOL BOKIrollowinir ( ) I .\rt, Scott ilo .__..__.__._____________ 8.00 l>. (h'IlTlm.ihlIrct nllHal C"r.. County. In Chan-
(Copyrlibl UU. Wtiturn Nuwnpapcr fnlou.) Dl.trlet So. I. Ift nl\c a list of the bill. paid IHIIIIC Clail, do ._. ___._______._______ 8.00 No 29--C. C. MoCiill, W. It Aldiirmnn. ( '5
I Hnlanci" Jnn 1. IsIs 0000____ ._______ 133.04 liy tin. School KiiMrd ut Ito niiulnr niwtlnit on Mm, .Xiuiu 1'nrrlnh) do 1 .__............ 2.00 'I lux. Ilieka.Itcrc crf.W.. A. Lrc
"You and Aunt Matlkln might! go out I Id'ci i ttn dnrinir) month ._n__.__....__. .00 Mo".lay. March 3rt!. 1141%. : I ('ft3 h.rtn' ,. Hampton do .............. 200 | i $ No Ul( ... V. K.Unrdn.V M. llnp.rrll. (' 41
and attend to the mutter" I'.tu BUS- \\iiiiunt'* Undid -- .unn___...... (eneral School Fund Hannnli) harrIs do .....____.......__ 260 '.11'. If Hnrroll.Hmlilit Knla .nl.I.lnanl.I.
nulnncc Fib. 1. 1019 0000.___._____ 134 111DUtrlrl C. A. Hnliiht citric work ___.__...... 500 Julia) UNdo ._ .________--___________ 2_Ml) N,,. -'r. 1.. Chmicry, J. T. Andruw n..r'nd"nt. '$4
gested "I'm gain to be 111\.tully busy I No. 1. t:. K. 1'1'1..1In.leI.ntal.. _nn___. 10 B4 Murlha.llkirmm do ..____........_._ LIlt) *. I.. O J.hlln.I. appearing by airiilatlt, aiipendid, and can't spare till time. Benson, the Overdraft Jan 1. 191SI _.00000000____.. 4 .TOmcilnu I.. ('. 1'0..1lod ei-rv ________......... 4 20 I ll.nrv I'opo dn _-_.................... >.BOV .. C. I'OWEIL. I lit the nIts, caimo t hat Solo
thnt the houne Is in durlnit month ..___......... 71.11 I'. M. Pniltirtt do .nnn_._. 7.SO \ N. Ni' ,'inunn do .................. 600 Clnl noon 10a.1 lubtio I.,... tlm il-r,'n.lnnl ,.In.e"", .d l I. a non-
lOa good
agent 7ft ttnrranu |K.UI'd --_ __u____________.__ T. II. liihaleter do ...-... -._n__... 7.00) I). II lolnm 01.. ___....__............. H.00 County. of the Hint iif rlnrldn) ,. ant nlm ll
condition and the change to country Hulnnce Tib 1. 1010 .n.n_____.___ CO.41PlNtrict 1.:. R 1'1'1",11| salary ______._n______. 12600 Nora n"Wlllll do __.........-.?....- 860 Ath'." a rcatl'nt of Atlanta '.rKlft.) over the ace
air might do you both good. All you No. 1. I'elynI'nn..u: teaching .._______.... 16.00'' Snuiin Killi-y ilo __________............ 1000 F R I'OVTELL. nf twenly-iino yean ll t'nlnnet Jnn 1. lull n___.....___... Ill.SIUicelpln .:,,'Iyn Ihniuat do _______--______--_. H.00Maud Murllm l.inlin ilo ________............ 8.HOrlnnnre ) to. Supvriiitvndi And S..f. 3-7-6t that pall non-reiiliU.nt( di. ,' Ih'n.rn.. he ord..d and, ll
wilt have to do Is to look over carefully diirinv month _______00.....11420' I Stokes do u.u 85.00 lloltcm do __.n___...____... 800( 3i.roty reqtitivu'\ to appear to the bill nf enm ,1
the applicants who come In response to WnrrantN Imuied -____0000___....... 11874 Ihvlmn limity do -.. __________n_____ 40110) John Wrliiht do _________._______n 2.00 Notice : tl.ait' ( flint in Maid eatme on or h.ror. Monday, .,, (.1
tlalance Fen J. 1919 .-.__._____..... 40.77 K II. Terry do ...___ ____._____--.- 13! %.00Mm Na.lfvnn do __u_-____.___.___.- 4011 the 7th day of April A. D 1419. olherwlnthi .
my advertisement. District No. 4. K. II. Ferry il,, -n______________ 6B.00 J. t'. llux do _._-________________ 800., Six months after ditc hereof I will nlleualiona' nf mild hill will taken
; "11 we are to make a success of our Klilnnci Jar. I. 1IUO\ _______n....... 16S Ed S I I. tl.Tiilrlx do n________. ______ ... 67.504, .1. n UllliHinn, do _-_______._________ 28H' present vouchers nnd final accountto ,' uifiHHi.d hy anld d"r'n.l"nt.I . a
Rtrrlpui during month no ._...m..k 854 Vary lir-non' ilo __..___.. .___________ (15.00Mr. II.: C. n\r.i. .in t _-_.. __________._______ son my In ftitther) n..h.1 that bIle onler IN pub) .
;1., .. legacy farm' during the coming sum Hniralltn I Isu'.d ._ .. .. W. (). Kin do .-_____.nn_____ sane rrvln: HK ulnlmthanl) do _..___.-__.-__ 3.OilNivmun tho Hon. ( eo. A. Oardmcr County .."... n ".,'k fur 'Iv.) coniiecutlvo week
; mer a good fnrruir must be put In ...It", .,. K.b I. 1910 :- -:::::--::-:: 17480 Mm Hounrd Smntim dii _____nn..n_ 37.BO 4',hildrtn dn --_--............ 600lHn .ludge; of Until ford Countr, 1"ln., l.h.1. Itradfnrd County ''.I'llra..h. a ne..p"
One Dl.trlet No. t. ri l 10- Inulir ilo __.______.______.___ 6HOO <* Hpmkmnn do ._________........ It.50Miirtlm ant lur' 1."hl.h".1) In aul, ('.unl Slate.I .
charge now. with a housekeeping Itillnnci. .Tnn I. lilll -____00._____... B7.79ltil.l MilhltKorth: rtii __.___.________... ((1(1( .00Vnleta MclH.iiBliI, do .__..__._______ 2.'"'' ask t'01 my final dNcharjro as .! I MI.h, 4th llllll an.
wife would of course be preferable. | durlnu month ____.......... 834 ) hrnncher do ____._.-____00___ 85.00 Alice llrtnnt do ... _..__.___n___.... 2.811 igtrntor of the estate of Roderick B.iUcr. W T. PFKI.
'Man or man oDd wife I worded the \v.urnM. iHHiinl _u._?_......?__.. 1tuimkltlsh, ill .u_._....________ 411.00) Allumda TIonu I ,,. do __.____. _..____w__ 2.00 deceased. .,.,,1 Clerk Circuit Court.Py .
llnl, . Fib 11'111 __ .... _________ club ._ 1211 011 .
inci I. 00 ......... 61Sl 0 II.'inn do .n.n 2500 rnima: K nlhnun cunnlnil lint A .W MI.|
ad. If you cant find a suitable couple l imrlrt No. (. KiMMlv, Itiuilieh, d.. .__ n_____.______. 45001, llrew (41 --MI.plli" clurk. _._u._.____ 851)irew TillS! 21th tiny of January } !19. It Deputy ll. .
however, and a promising single man (h.iiilrnft, Jnn I. inlfl ____________.. 9,OB nlitii, Mure,.r do ___.__n____....... 60.00 I | ('.. .In _ .__ _._._.____u__ a.1I2 j. it mrcii \ M (.
1. cujti. during month __--__--_.._-- 845Uniinnl : Shi-li Thom di.> -- _--______.--_._--__ 70.00) tlr..... (j.. .U. _ _________________ 6.HJ! ..11..1FW1.r"r Complainant.
appears-take him. He can shift for 'i r .* 1 Hminl -,_____...__.... Nilili.' Strlcklanl, do 00 ..__00..00? 40.00li'ill I, f>rcw (". d., _ _ -_ ... .. ____. 4.U 1-2 1-01110. 'AdmnUlrator. : --,-- -.-- -- -- -3.7.8t--
himself. Your judgment! Is better <> ,iiiiiirt. iiii I 1. nui n_.______.... IBO Anilttvun ili I > --_-_. ___ _00______ 4t).00Kirlu I %tnrki,* I I"}".,MI. )i'" iihon.i rent _-._u 6.noN ) ) I IIUPKU FOIL
\)1.lrlrt No. 7.ttfllflfl.e Tinttulnrt do _.__ ._.__un____ ._ 10.60 I I111ft" n UinnuilHlit i com Uix ansmwor .. 100.oor )) ,. I'I'IIICATW' 4 4I
than mine, sis ho ended placatlngly."I Jnn I. 10111 _._.._n_.______ (12.47i Mckinncy do __ ._00.____.___. ., 85.00 A. I\n..hl. (, ?u\-\r\ reg .u._. _u.u 20(1) Nolict" \lllllrntun for Tax I 11..1Und'r ) .1 In I C milt nun R'"I..r' ) r.'I.rhlll. niithlhliidlrial 1
hate to go out to that forsaken i Hun. :.:M I t. durlnsr\ month - -... 610 (',.ot,. ('.ilt do u___. .n_.._____.__.. 40.00 K 1\1. .1. ,Inn, c.. ntly -_ _____.___ .-_- 417 tf ('lti: )f'r I SS.Ia % tlrcult. Ira",1 County In Ch.n.
f[ \\ i. :lint i Mind .:.:.:.::::.... 111"1,1 I Hull do _.-. _-__n.nn_._ ... .IB.00 I I W T \\nlx i cliili., lc .. ..._. 132IHI- 1"lttU of roiy N
place Nancy grumbled "especiallynow t Hnluiiri: I .,' ,. I. HUt .....___.______ 0763 ;/:.linn Joitm dlt h.h__.____.__.____ 8000 John Mail 1. janitor _____ ___ -._----- 2ft.uII) \. FlorlI.iNot ')\I"M.\ JOIIVSOV,
when there ore BO many things Dim Hit No. I. ,t. O. J..nkln d.. .... _.______ ___00_ 60.00Snrnh I N I). \\'''''II II I ilulit mm tux amit'innr __ loo)on) ) 'tee is hereliy ifi\i-n that A. A. C..n'I.llln""t.... SI
But when did I Hilnnri. Jnn 1 I. 1111(1 I( nnnh____._ 611.74T Jenkins ilu _h_._.____________. 80.00 City Until) I,' I I'lnnl Unlit ___ ___________ I'-'I: of Tux Cortill- I.UI.A 4'
do in town. everfall "
to {, PI i it.:, during month _._.._00___.. 570nnant Jo oi.i > K'l by do .____.__..____nn__. 2600I Soot 3rn Pruv Co cnttlo .111'| U __ '_ IKn)) (in 101/lasN. purihntii" JIINOS. 5'I
i you Ben If Aunt Matilda can be I \\ Is ifiiinl hUn..' u._.__._ I*' M. Chimeey do --- -- 4100Vlrul ) I ()ul"h I y'r\ C... mattrnl chlmiu-y 'OKIMlm ('ltl 'Jri. (18t'li the 7th day of Juno I 11..r..I"I. S
('r8uacll>d-" I Iliilnnn' lib" 1 I. llll" ---____________. 71.41I Rnirera do ...:::::::::::::?:. 05:00 I 3't'rs., rii.uir cannlmc) club niiiint. 62.80 .\. I). IK07.! has filed Raid certificate\ Mil It flli nt>I'll|ii>arltiK In the l.y olTl"dt.( al"'n.I..o to thaC the
: _.__. 88.00'' Imar.l ___ 4 (oo( .1.
District No. 0. MmleiKiibortB tilt n.n___ W J. 1'I'/O""n: / I dny with .
I.nla the di Innt Ihen'in;
"Aunt Mntlhlu I U ulwnj glad to help I PiilnnnJnn. 1. IDIU ___nn____ 71.07riiiiiptu Mrs.. lljnuml l'i.rkln. do ---- ----. 81100) 0.u.I A. nntliier Inn W. W.rnt __.. I 11'ty. in my office nnd has made application In nnn-niiliknl Jnhniion.) of the.r'I"S'Hle' of I Inrlila.,niinntd.anilMhe I

others," Unit luJy answered severely, durlnic month .____hn.. 130 I'vili: htiiiiht do ___n _____. _.____.. 4000 .1. Fi't"' .rmm itti ._- --_-- 7.411* for tax deed to Issue) in accordance a )in in mar I the, town of Nichnlii,
Etlje fSnlrtu, .1,> .- _ __ _____ .__ 850(1( I k. l I'. \\i..t nitmvulwliy __ __ ____uu____ 1.00( with law. certificate Ciiirie( .1,1. ,. Slot.' nf and IH over thoilui'
and the brother-hi-nd of tho family rnliinri" Tob 1. lin! ,It ::_:_. 7322 A. r Hilliy tin l .. _._ .._. ___._Uh... soon) \\ Ni>rmnn dn -- ------- .---;- \.(I., Saul embraces nf "I.I Iwinlvnne n"rllin.II in Ihenfnru S
rellevcdly turned to depart. DlNlrlrt No. 10. Mamie I';mliolHli' 'r do -- --. -. -___.. 8't.oil I>.'....y llutlinimwnrth da. un.n___. I 00 t the following described property sit- ill"n'd I that Mnld n'yiaiv nidi) 'nt)I dnfendnnt ha ntul".
nnlnncp Jan 1. 1919 .._........... 102.481I..I"t. Piinlco, Hn*<'n Ii.. nn_____... .__.... 8500 Mittluiiil do t _--_ -.____________ l.tI" uatod! in Itiadford, 1"lll. to-wit. la h.hv riiiulnd) I to the hill nf
"By tho way. ho called back, "don'tfall diirinv month .--...._ 84. SUiiiriintH Mildred Cmsliy ,I.> -_ ._. u .4. '_ _.. .. 75.00lluliv M C. lliwli Jump .____d_.____.__._ 1.1'1 county : I ,' nhd) miid npuNr) .,. hi.font
to sell any of tho old stuff in tile : iHNUid -.__ ....._.-_ 1000 I nrrhh .1... _-._.--_.___--____A HB.00I Hurt, ltiui.l.r iliiV ) ______._________.__ I..211t. S\V Quarter or S12: QIII.tP Sec (?, Tp. Mi.iiilnv lomplaint the 7th in day nf "'\1"t'rli.nn A. or l>. llllll.
Bnlnntt" I".h. 1. M19 _.. ..__ 127.11 ':. III,,,, Jeirrlm dn _n.n._. 60011 [. \ 1'11) do ______._____u____._ 1 1(1( n, R. 19! .11)> A. The mud) land as-: ,. (hI. alii'uallnini, nf aIl hill will) lio,
house, if you have a cliunco. I Dlnlrlrt No. II. T.ntllo SInk' ! ,.. do .n_____.______..... 8500It I 1.. ('. PinedF ,I.. _ __. __.__._.____00 1.211) J'inl I'r.I. ... 'hy, mild ,fendantI .
"Just like a man," :Nancy smiled, Hnlanci. Jan 1, 1V1K\ ___- 4J.47 A. Mole lout I time I lintlilrninl. n__ 1200) llnndlo. .1... ._. -_ ________. 13.07 "t'8"p,! Kt the tin to of tho I u\'t ofmuh i I IH an,1 her I thin ordi be pun.
riirilplx during month -._. 6.12 I... S. Miitthi H "prinlinit\ .. _._. _.___ 27.noI ( A. T. M.'tI, .1.. -.nn_ n_.____ ____ 1.0ft ceitiflcnto in the name of It!. J. llnhril once n week.r.h.llh..1 for five week
"how or to whom could I sell 01.1 furniture \\nrrnnta UMii ._ _.___.... I lyl.'r: Knluht todd uhn_._._______. 841) (7.',,. n tlnrnnrd ('n., "ui>plli>< rli.rk .. 01 K7 Coll I In Ilu. Itrailrnril onntv, .""-
in that wilderness?" Hnlnnci. lib 1. VII9 ____... 48.BO J. %v. Rnbinmin ilo nunun__ in.21urii ljV.: Hutii liifliU. *119 col olTi,'. ____ SHI:) lu,. IhileHa saul cl'rtfclltt shall |n'r .inihllithiil In Haul(, ('"T.'llra.h.y ", StataUIH 1.."
i District N.. 12 ,. llnrdwar Co. do ___-______ I.NII II. M l lhsu linir, com all call --- ---. Bl'77llrudford I be redeemed (' tax ) Miirrh SIb, lull) .
The prospect of a stay in the coun- nalunc Jan I. 1919 ._ 1707(1 II. W. (' try place was not as discouraging as It 1t..r.h.l. diirlna month 11(17 T NWekH rtconl. iricanlintinn .___ I .25 lldw C... Mtipplli, ___0000__._. 2.75 wi on I > Cloth ('Ircult Court.
Matilda settled %;:i;,.t.nflt. :Io.uI ......... 800Iliilnnci" illlnn, Mm'lu'ry, l toot lima (Inlltunrn1125 .5 llll1O. KijnnlilH 1 dny corn find mileage A ooU ,day of lur'h. A. I n. 1919. I. ,MIKING.
bad seemed. Aunt ; rtb. I. 111111-:: --------- lR i: n Ilrnilfonl ('0. honk iniit ______.__.____ l'xll 0"| | V Umok, do 0 "0r i official sinnturo( anti ,.Itnr fur Complainant 8.7 I
back: comfortably in a rocker before DlNtrlrt N>. 19.Italnnci. I .:,,n)1.. Iliillinic tinrhltiir _______un___ r..on) : A: Hi.liilln: .3.. .: -::: ::::::::::::: 710 my | ,

the fire which early spring time made I Jan. I. 111111 __. 103.12Itii'ifptii My.I, ,II' Ni.rmnn "l.. u ._._______n_____ 1760( J. M Hi"'"nl.o do __-_u___________ 4.8iIlnw I seal this tho llth tiny of February A.
durlnir month It m J. T llninrn do _n..___.________. _- IflllnilI ) lliddlnh. .) ,do ___ -. .-_ ____-_ ._ B40Tolill I n. 1911). I littlER 01 I'tTfli.lC.tTION
necessary, while Nancy opened the W.m."t., iRHut>d __h. _._._.______ 15(10Hnlnnci K: rri'wn do .- ___00________.__.- /Ml.00Mr I In <'1..11 Cou,1. mntn of lorliln. Duhlh I
long unused piano. The harmony Fib. I I. llllt -.--_.__ 10B.10 .. r R l'S. .Pnutor dn __________. .._-__ 80)HIFmlllf I ) n '_ -11HHOI: ( Soul, ) W. T. WKKKS. .liullrliil Circuit* Krnlford, (''If. In Chnn-
DlNtrlrt No. II. Snink( do _____________uu_ 0.00HKe Mnr and rorfcilur riinil Clerk Circuit, C'oiut. .,'
which her fingers drew from the yellow llnlnniiJan 1. llll't lid PIKi"illitN ( Hny ,t,, _.. ._______.___ _.___ tlo.OO) ,T. I'. 'lomlinnon ro ihyplelan'I, I 17 I i 1 rvAInui McMillan.I .
keys was Interrupted by a loud ringIng durlnir month _nn.n.__ 69."7Vlirrantn MIT.. .1 I. C. I'nmnll do I ._n____.___ Bil( .mlllorin ") rnrlon 1 I... woot .-__ _n______._ 211'1') fly u. A. WI':I'"f.: oinptnlnnntA .
\ Until.d. _.___._-,_ IHW di -uun.n__ (0.00I W. %v. HnlHilin) ) iriinrd nl lull .._ ___ 80) .00') 2-}-r t. Di"ptity CIlrk.I v I
of the white handled doorbell llnlnnc Tib I. into .__. ___. SOB.71 >|.Inh Hltlllnir do l _._ .nunnu__ 60.00 I I I I I (1 Miunn. ,tuinii for jnil. .- _- _... I 20IVV R Itch linn
r the girl hastened" to respond A tall niNtrlrl No. 15. .1 liiinmtUMHlthiwH dii -- HH 11li II. W llnlidinvnnhlnii, ill' jiill ._n__ 200 I t iriTToNIn -- liffindiint,
cloaked stood before her Hnlnn Jnn I. 1919 _... (59.143It.'IplA 11 l.w do ---_.-- ::-:::-:::::::: nn:15MIT I I W. J. rpprmoti I'dlnir tirlwoni ___ 104190 m. in It nppmrlnir br ninlnvit npprndi In the hillIllid
heavily figure durinv, month --.--- 28.((15VarrnntN ) Lulp Prrrymnn d l.,, --. _____n_-.- A\.M l I 4, (3i>o. A. darillni; ( 'r rum* Mock J"'k..n.. 2 21W rirrull'TAirt' ..t. I 1.'I.rl.II., riuhlh I 4 In I tho I .h..I.,1, cniinn) thnt A. H MftMdlnii .
In the doorway, rumpling hIs dark hair \ iRHiitd ----.__._... C Ti I'ope do _--_--______.___--____ Ir.n.fln I .F. KPIM.mon tin _ __n.___ _. 40ft Jodlrinl) Circuit. Itra.lfonl ( oiinty. I In Dnincery ) I ho dtftiulnnt( tlundn nnmid. Inn S
the man snatched oft his cap in greet "..!"n.,' Ftb I. 191" __ .'_ __.__. 91.41 II. \. (.r'n ,Iu, ._--_._______._____-- 76.92 I W. .t. I':i ,iH'ruon Wit flP..n. __ .___._._ I.H. I nsn.riIl'l, )< of thu SI ala of I" lorlilnnnd
'r District No. K.nnlnnct. KVH WllliHrnii do _--_____.______----" 41)110P W. M llnlmlin do 'n. __--.nn_ too W n. SKITI.LF.Y. thnt rmldincv In u"knwn. bclnir ovtr thdaiti
l; ing. Jan 1. 1919 .-. 8ft 00 C. Warren do .._____..______..___ 8M.BOSlierUI ) SlIlM Kill d.. _ _._ _____. __ 1.00 I ('.nll.\.lnt.\ > of I Iwtuity) tint" ytitm I It I,. thuh. .. ..
"I about the advertisement IliTi.IptN durlnir month _-- ___. 973 1. Tat Diitrlrt Funds di'rpit thnt nail, nn..hh'nl diftntlnnt. b. and
came %%Warrant indued _._._ ._- 100Hnlnnci Total ._ ___ __-TT74. IIKund I'I.VI \ sKiiuiiY, I ho IN rt"itlirid| Ii. NI'3i5'ISC to thtf bill I ofoomplntnt
lie answered., rob 1. 11)11 -- ---- .--. 74 B3DlNtrlrt vtlvn Ilinnitt) tinrhlnic 1 -.....___... 'R.7% ,nl Fund- Di f.n.lnnl II l..l In saul coiiint on or lit"for !Mon
"Come In Invited sho pushed 1 No. ft.llnlnnra W. n. lenklnn' janitor 3 __.un__-_- 8760 W J. Flipnnnin di,I Irld., ,) ). __._ .___ 4 tin I niiniarlnii" ) liy airiiluvlt( appendi. lo I the ,dny. I Hi" 7th dny of A ecu. A. l>. llllll.I olhirwl .
Nancy "
; Jnn 1. 111111 .____ 2071RovtlntN I .Innln) Itching tiiirhlnv 24 _.__un__ 20110) H fml mull, _.___ 1200 ) ("..I In the) ah..v. alatnl riiuiie thai tho allmnllonn' nf nld) bi will bit talon
J. W. M.iritnn Incld) H ___.________.. .60 T. llnndlpy -- u . .,., , Sit
forth a chair. durlnir month --.-. -__ 177 ) ponvli-ln 22.115 I' l\la Nkul..y. the di fi ndnnt I linn In mum dU confi iNid by Hiild di fi I '
.1. WS hI > Ii
\Bl". Kinnilv jnnitnr 21 _ ________ 12.B'lMnmie ') ) R.n .ul".I.) ) 1 1" ::; ,.. onli lie pub.UHH
Wnrrnntn Innurd -_nn...... u Kiinrdu _ .. no oo R (if tlm Stale or I"irbls. and IN further ordtriil that It -
The man's eyes brightened in e'IJ6.- Iliilanco Fib I. 1119 .... 22.51 Itnlcllnh nrhlnic) 20 ._________ II on ir I.. (.iri'in fwdltiu pny e."IIIII ponvlcln ....__ 24113.t .10niinir Cl,00'flIN In.....,.I r mi I thai imieiim or Hiihpni.'nnriiiiniit | .I! oncti) a wt'i'k for viitht e..utv. wevk
dent admiration at sight of her. m....-. No. la.Ttnlnncp "Shin Thiimim .5.. IH n.n_________ JSOOSillie ) I I"' I. (nrnillnir r.'n <'o.. for miiln-, __ 1BJ 10r hi* Hervid upon hi'r. a nl la ov,', thuawe I II tIe Itrndford' ('.11,111'V ',' ,'" .. *
Jnn 1. 1919 ___.__ 7(101TlTtHptii \ !Mrlcklnnil do ___.nu_____ 10 OOI eonS work -. 18 (BoMndtHon )) nf tw'fll'51151t' .'n.1 It 1 in tin.n.fori. or. I pt.r tuibllHlnd, In alI County, nnd SlntIblN .
"About the advertisement, she muf'mured durlnir month 1101 .,,cn Andi-nmn. dn n______.____..... 10.00 M. Mrkinniv won 4 HOIlicy di'r...1 thai. 1 Hal.( ) niin-wHldt di fi.inlnnt I I.H a".1.1I. S Jnniinry JHth. lull.
considering. "Are you mar- Warrnnta) ItiNuid u _.-_--- fl4.00 I Mne MeKlnney dn 11 __ ___n__._____ 211.011 Moondo M"o. dn_ -------t_ __ .____- -__.n_ _- (IM hi.....liv ruinliiil Ittiliear to I'ho Mil, rentnplalnt I W. T \VrTKS
__ __________________ IA.211 no 2.11..1.'rl .
llnliincr rib I. 1"I9 _ 6108DlNtrlrt Iliulln rn.ft dn 1 2") .IB nUd% in Mnld caum on nr lit Ton Clerk rimiilt' (Court.I
lumlirrwnrk ,
ried? No.-19. I H. IHull wood I .-______u______ II.UII .A .Hnrilmm .. n'. 1.BOI thi), 71h day .l t ,\|Illl. A I II. ItH'l). I A. WI'KKS.; S
The applicant stared. "Why, no-" nalnnce Jan J. linn III R1It iF. 14?. Chnncey tenrhlnit 11 .._______-_- BOOVlrnle i I .1.I. II \\. In )In' eulnll..ul. )<<,'n I r IOK work _.u_ .--.- HODf.mhiim ) iilhirwlHi' thi. alii.""(",, or* ."tl hill will he ( I>i'uiily rtlpttt dtirlnir month ...._... 1.9flUnrrnntH Kuirin do - 00Irunlei ) '. __ __ taken nn riiiir.HHi d liy Miild, d Ir.'niatIt : FtJTCH.Hullcilor C
_ __ 21 oo
he Ii -- ;: ; : : : :::::: : Iloyd II
? ou. : :: ::: : -
< 1 : :: B no) I. n .
I..",,'" _._ 1500 lln i n di I > 0 _. . .. _._ 2100llruri I In fnrtlin niilinil that 4 llni I "t'r I hi) I",1. for Complnlnnnt 1-lt-Hl.: 41I
-- - do
"Well, It Isn't essential" :Nancy anld. Iliilanco Fib I. 1919 .-..... 41 S4DlNtrlrt 1 Knby, I'nrrl.h do 11 .--. ..- -__._.__-- 15.0(1III terry' Mi-Tin Niuiiom do _ nU n_- H."" lliihtil ,,c a wi','k tli.,.iHiill\i, 4 w. I h.

"that 1 Is, If you are able to do your own n..l..n.. _No. ''. MI.. I... KiillKim rowler hurl-------------------tlo I I ._ __ ____._.___ 600Mvrlli 8.nll I', T l. WHll tin l -- un__ 141.111))
Jnn 06.55,1irinw
I. 1019 ...__.. (
I .
.1. r 1.1-nrin dill In. out I.
Can ______ 250)
and washing yoat" N.u-Tnnn tinchlnv 15
cooking up. ; __ nn
TtinlntM month HOWnrrnntH
u.u- 6 II, HullMrl.rmlir) [ do. 27_. .___._. __,1 ))) n.; .. A. <[inrdlnir( g.n rond wnrk __00 A oil i n.n.Hiii.iJinJofc.7csiswQw11i4xscJwowaiulolrJwwcJtii>i ( (; )< ( ) )( ) UnCJIJrJC'IWCCLCWlmc1cC.UIIQExport $
Innuid. ._ .__._. _. .. | nu I
Tho man blinked. "The advertisement ._ _. An.00) (' llnain do __.._ ..__.___n_____ 2."")
I 111.1
. ._ ... Co. honk limn 27
Itnlnnn! rth 1 I. lOtS 102.11'1 nn. __ __ 1 IMI) II1
nU hunlit-p _
( C
-" ho started, but again the girl Dl.lrlM, N.. XI. I Ir.irtnidi, ' A nili.mon "',,.hlnll 22 ___on BO.00) Qull/liy) I.nml..p 4 n_ :
___. __.____ __ 6001) J. II A (). .1. Vrfurmlnk nmd wont IB 00I "
Mill HiSUilKliy' do I
rtiilnnriJnn. 1919 __ 07.PITirriitH -- -- .
lnt<'rrupted. .1.I M Alv..... .h,, for0on\lrU _._.__ )
.___.__ __ 21100( ) 1118
dur'nir month _____________. I ( A I Toppi-ll wnnil 8 u rond work ._ .. ___ Trade
t "Have you a referent sha queried. Wo-rllnlo 1..u.oI __ ___ hU____ rinul.' rhitnlrnl Co. Incld J1: u______ 2J.ooH .p.I W W 11..lnll inn_ ._ __.. ._.. 30.00
______ _. s.on I --
Hnlnncf Tib I I. 1919) _ ._. __ ._ 97.SI I.. rowlir Inelil 23 -- -- -- f 1 .
I _____ __ 411 M ...nklnit do ____ __.____n.__ 1 7H
Mm SI, ),' Saxon tout 23
( .n
M.iHrt No. 21.Hnlnnco -- .
do __._ ___ 0 '00)
The applllcont stood and sinlloL __ I). T iinnlnirliam wninl J6 ___-_-. -_ 1.HI: Hinry I'lnn..n u c
up Jnn 23 IS
1. 1019 -- <.,.,.. __._.. .. _. __ ___ "oil)
______._ ") u
_._ ._._ ... K S. Matthew. iirlntinir) I u Fh..II.
durlnir month 1764
Tour brother sent me out, he sold. PirplptN ', SHiMlfl' ) .1 I.. l, _.__ __ u' _'_. I.00) Latin America
Innn 25)
1 WnrrantN InHltid __.____ nnuiroril ( i llnnk nUU n Unh.hi"n HUD .
May I use! the '1>>hone a momenU"I Hnlnncc Fib I. 1919 __ _-. 8974 Kino Iiiiml... t/nchlnif 29 ________u 130.110Johnoon JI"I-:v," Cr..v. dn__ __._ __.... __-_ 1201l .
_._____.___. .00H. ( .I .\ McNinr do .
..,.,... do _.__ BH
Dl.lrirt No. 13 What Sells Here Sells There
__ HO
Ben had sent him. In relief Nancy Balance Jan. _. .... 11 11) ....(ie. Ferry do ..__ _._.______.__.__00 nil) .00 < .1. Aliertmthy h."h'r _ . Ifl oo
1. 1919 . N
__. ___ .__.._ 1J5.Oil) A. ,'. 2 ".",1 map -
the to tho HllcklMirni do .IIYS
Jed way telephone. durinir month ___ _. 4575 I. I. h ( I..h. __
Ro.Ittj __ 400
. .
--- ....h I
______.__ ) V d. .un
. ___. I. H Finch n -- -- ( I I
I "This Is Barclay, spoke the man' Warrant F.h.INNUIK 1. 1910 .. 41 1595Kalnnco .15niitrlrt A. (.rem do _n.u__.___._ BS.01) .\m.. Itiynoldit 4 dn __eonvlcu u .__u___._ 7.141* Manufacturer. winding lo market their proclmti in Latin Anirmn will
( ilinchmriiml
._ IB.llflIlll I. ",'n -
here wants
Tolce. "The young lady out Nn. (4.Pnlnnce Eon WillIams do nn..n- I.
be benefited by communicating will our Bureau We
to be sure I am all right ; will yon tell Jan. 1. lOIS _.- PR 91 Total __ .-uU_ _' '___ _- _ 013.o E"IUI can S.1
Rnct. month 1.ofl ' <
lptN dunn --un - .IS PAIl> PIT (OIINTV roMMI WIONFHS 1 I through ourNative
her. Warrant) INNUPI! --..-..---_.. 20 on lint of liill pnitl by llonrd of County ('onimlNniontni your goo.
"Sure" came back Ben's familiar Balance Fcb I. 1919 .- 71.99 ) nl thtir reirulnr miftlnu in Htarki'. I 4 + + 4 + + + + + + 4 + + + 4 .
fuel No. 2$. Mi.nilHV March" Rrd. 111(1fienrml : + LE.A1. NOTICEI4: '4J.4.44 Sales Representativesand .
tone. Overdraft Jan. 1. 1919 _-...._.-. 1141Rocflpt Fund i
. Nancy took the Instrument into her durlnir, month ____ ...._. ._n RAM Nancy C',nnrr paufier) J'10 + + + + + + + + 1' + + 4 c
I Warrant l Nud h ----- Vlnfy IiyinM do. _--_- 5 'I : trade connection Publicity in two hundred Latin American
hands. "Yon can bank on that man .____ ,
Bnlnni-c Ft*. I. 1919 454" M.. II....... do 1" '"
Barclay sis," Ben assured her. Then Dintrlct N.. t*. i iI Notice Newipapcr and two hundred Salons (Motion Pilult 'I. lirnlrr) in
Balance Jan 1. 1919 --
briskly she led the way to the kitchen. RtTelpt durinir month _u.n.._. 921 Six months! nftcr date hereof I will South ansi Central \m'ricl. will carry the story of your produc tulrtiKlut,

_____ ___._ .
"I will need your help here first, Warrant lnNUt-d n 91 "1 4 1'

t she told the man engaged for aft! work Balance Fib 1. 1019 _No.n _ .ST.Knlanre ..__ h' 159 'IdDiNtrict I HOLDERS OF to present the vouchers C5eo. A. Onrdinor nml final, nrrount County to the Merchant", lij!, $inr.. Mrn, Btiyrn and Con unu., of llie-nr South

and he laid aside his heavy coat, coming Jan I. 1919 ..._. 12" Tin. American Countries.
cheerfully to her assistance. When Ri"celpta duel,,.. month .._.__._ ...__. 1.f I .Tnll'?( of Brndford County nnr 4
Warrant 1..u..1 _--___-_.__-. _- LIBERTY BONDS :". my finnl dis'hnrl' nn lmin-
) the fire bud been attended\ to be busied Balance Fib 1. 1919 ..u_ -- __._. Ill\.nDlNlrlrt ittrnfrix of the estate E. Barton.ulPrPflllI'd. 0 Co-operative Catalogues
i himself with a refractory faucet while N. IH.Balance .
__ _ __ __ 81''"" .
;Nancy began her task of preparing the Jnn 1. 1119 n We arc a..lllin\; I 1919 cal.iloKiie printed in the lenguage "f f >
4y Rifelpt durinir month _ _n -_ 1 I" ""' tiro advised to hold them. I f you This 21th Inv of .Tnntmry. 101! 0.EVFMMA lie
evening meal. Constantly felt Warrants INNIII.d _. _n 'r' "'" South and Cenlril American RepublicintereileJ '
Hulnnce Ffh 1 1110 u 4(1; muat sell, deal only with responsible BARTON, ) .
those dark her, though then
eyes upon
DlNtrlrt No. i*. "t-fimo.. Aflmlnlstrntix.M :
man remained deferentially silent. Bnlanre Jan 1. 1I'I1 ._ __ up__ S" Imnkera. We If ante, wire call
----- o
During the week! : which followed the RfceiptN durlnir month n' _' _ 4'-I -
r Warrant innued __. .__ .._._._ ._.__.._ and Sell Tlf F OF M. :('TIU'Iv
, Plan was tlrelesn In service, even Aunt Balance F.b.I. 111111 ____ -- - .", "'" Buy tit, powtr v...1..1 In th'm hv the ihnoll ) Export Division S

I -' Matilda admitted that Ben had founda Dl.lrirt No. 30.Ralanro l < uf the Sin .. .'lorlI'". thf llonrd of ALLIED AMERICA ASSOCIATION
Jan. I. 101' -. ...-.-- -- LIBERTY BONDS i 1.4.Mr I of Tounty hervl.vul
jewel. " may now leave the Pee.tptj| durlnir month .- _-_. .- _. 42 A" ..rn nn In.trurl..n.. ) t.. IrsMor.1 Hptclnl School
Il place safe In his bands," she said. Warrant Imund _-.. . __ __ ___ _.___ .Pi I i-trlrt_ N... 1"... l IS. I II. -'! 10 nnd M. ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO U.
J\ll Issues S. A.
and Denominations.
But to Nancy the thought of returning Balance F.b.I. 1919 .. _______--_ _- Id 14 .. 'lil'4rIIUy.! Aprl Bth iniO. for Ihp purpo .- ,
Dl.lrirt No. II. Write UK If interested. r ,.4!Iclinic' trimtftHi for inch dnlrlftih.
to the city home was far from Pnlanre Jan 1. 1910 _- . ._ _- _ __ 1AI'RfeelptN 11. nnmid a.! In .diiti-rtnln the amount ofrnlllnui
inviting. She had not known that durlnir month TRUST COMPANY OF In he ann..,|. IDmommmlmcmmmmmmmmammmm GEORGIA
Warrant. iNNtied ..___.h._ .. __H._.-
springtime! In the country could be so Balance F.b I. 1019 ._ __n. .-_ _.
enchanting. It had been fun too she February 7. 1919. Capital and Surplus, S2.OOO.OOO .

made self confession a-ulltlly-teachlnf Bradford Count Member Federal Rowrv* S/IWU t
p stat. of Florida
)Ir. Barclay to cook. And he had beifl f hereby certify that the foreirnfnff otatrment ATLANTA. eA.

most agreeable pupil. So muny of the Receipt and NburNementa of the funds
a :
of Bradford County for the month of January "A FullThai
things had been pleasant-the long 1919 IN true and correct to the beet nf mt.n.d : --- Receipt in
t . and belief.
drives about the place which it had 11. R. POPPtL. Cold*. Cause Grip and Influenza
been her duty to take in his company
of Public Infraction.
Cn'iaty Superintendent
director. Nancy sighed. .
Bradford County.rlFRKB
........ There U on!* One "Oromo QuloineE. ."
the window she noticed --- ---
Through :. W. GROVE'S ildnntura on box :30c.! .
Ben's small cur turning into the REPORTlarkP.
o4 - -- -

driveway, and In another mommit he Report of the clerk. Fla nf .the March Circuit 1. 1919 Court ,Iren FEEl OCT HUm lions i what you have for every bill of f account you pay by check. You don'l even

bad entered the room. Lifting hIs .I for Bradford enuntv. Florl 1 N. on account !SIX,; WEEKS KAKI.IEIC: : memorandum of the The bank kcep account for
... 1914! need to a payment. lie you.
i face from his ulster's kiss of greeting of Ta.e. . .1 for the B. M year nowificfax (

!. :Ben stared at the "helper's" figure In Cnllo" '" In every" lot of hogs on feed two or

. .' the doorway. 1. to hal County due "-ProperVov H_ ._ . .__ .110222'I three fatten quickly and! actually cat Your Cash BalancesYou
, "Great Scott I Barclay be cried By amt collected .__._ u.u. 2"00n less than others. If all would fatten Always

f "when dId you come out?" March 1. to bal! due I21JI.r.. 'like these th? entire drove would he
, "lie has been here all the time Drainers ready for the market fix weeks ear-

:Nancy reminded" her brother "I engaged 'Vm 1. lo hal due __ . __.__._-... _h.. 4354 DI9.10By AO anil to nve six wecki' feed I it an have no trouble hunting up receipts and receipted bill*. Just call on the bank

him and he has been workingbeautifully. amt collected - iU>rn that you fully umlerttand,! for your check, and you have the evidi."e
." March 1. to bal due ._- Hint OCoun. The hog that fattens easily must be

L i. "Working 'I" gasped Ben, but Barclay . Nov. 1. to bal .die.' Road.and-.Bridge_-14091."A in prime condition. The I?. A. Thom.a Thin bank solicits your deposits, large or m.11. and mules* you to pay your bill throuxh

I' nodded. "A slight misunderstanding By amt collected! --_.- 2AI1"A ,' hog Powder t is a conditioner forho's. ,

," he said. "I Clime, as you it. It'i the SAFE way.
' j their clean
March 1. tn bal due _....__ UH 2" It keeps system
4 t know, to buy for my mother. some of OiitNtandlnr Fund and healthy and l enables them to fatten S aWe

that antique furniture you also advertised. '<:..v 1. to collected hal du. _..__._- .-. ?41A 4'7ntBy ."B quickly without, falling a prey to pay 4 per cent on savings accounts, compounded quarterly. Place your .Ijbrrty.
In the paper and your ulster the usual dJ l seusem' of hogs. The H. Bonds and other valuables in a safety deposit box,' cost u sm.ill.

naturally mistook me as an applicant March$ I. tn bat due __ ._._ 21120.25County A. Holt\ I'owder is not stock .

> for the position. It pleased ,I I "v I. In bal die __.School-_____._2121211 food. It's Btraiijht me.llclnetn.1 we
fancy." he paused, as hU eyes eloquently collected _. 415 5HVTareb
my By amt took the agency because! it cnaMes you
; sought: the girl-"to stay-and : BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
feed out hugs much earliT. i
s.d I I. to hal diw. .-_.18 8S S to your
make good County Polio Sold by
"But your law office stammered Vov I. to bal due .- 1221/
'., I Py amt collected -.- 195 Ofl J. C. Manning, Stark Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
BelL Doucriaas Si Knleht; Lake otler.W. .
(:' "Law and bu*>lne s." murmured Barclay March I. W bal due ..- 102100
Total Sub-School I.. Overitreet. I.. wtey. ESTABL/SlED
f they to the one springtime
"what are Soy I. tn nal d... 9172.41 A. D. Andrews, Italfonj. STARKE FLORIDA.n
t' of life !I" And In sudden understanding collected .. H3 3 ,
I B, amt J. V Jones Hampton_Adv.
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y w..r./h.. , : . Hampton, visitor to Jacksonville, Friday of the c ". -=-
.. business trip hire Tuesday I past week ". I - ",0 _, , '--- : ",, ''I'II
A party composed of Mesdames A. ).1&ssr II. S. Starling kind F. D. II
1County Lane, David Kelley, I II. J. Byrd and Idling were visitors to Highland Friday ;- i;

.' I News f temp: :Masses Vinnie LllneIabel; Byrd, Eunice morning.
., Farl! Carter passed through this I
Kelly, :Messrs. John McKinney,
-.--- ---- David Kelley) R K. Jones, A. Lane, D. community during the past week. I ; Meat Russia
I :: J Byrd enjoyed a fish fry on Sampson Ellis Starling was visiting friendsin II III
Interesting facts Gathered During' Week by Our I lake Wednesday. this section Sunday.
: Alice and Clara Prescott, of I
Miss ,
IS ,I Regular Correspondent Rufus Padgett, of Brooker, was ; '
here Thusday on business.J. Starke, arrived Saturday to spend a and the AlliesRussia
few days in this community with relatives -
C. Padgett made a business! tripto i
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f baseball Starke Friday. Messrs. Farl and B. C. Carter, Clyde and
't BKOOKKIC Several boys met on the :Mrs. I.undo :Maines, of Louise, attended crumbled away
ground Saturday afternoon and played Carter and sister, Miss Rosa, accompanied
/ the Woodmen Circle, hero Fri
Brooker, Mar. 14.-:Mesdames Barefoot an interesting game. day afternoon. by Nelson Prescott attendedthe failed the Allies largely throughlack
11 T. Osteen in Quite few of the young folks were working at the Long Branch cemetery to an
t L. T. and R. are a Will Bai.sdcn: and Sheriff Epperson, of food, according
I Plant City this week.G. enterflined at the home of E. J. Ward, of Starke, were here Friday on busi Saturday.
Wednesday night. Messrs. W. II. W. and L. M. Carter American eyewitness.
B. Colson motored to Waldo Sun-
Mrs. Anderson< is on the convalescent ness.Mr. and N. Prescott motored to Jackson-
day afternoon : and :Mrs. Edel Reynolds, of Rai- reserves and
ville :Monday. They were accompanied With plentiful
list this week. with her .
ford, the weekend
J. J. Morgan and W. S. Nabb motored spent parents back J. A. Starling and :Miss Jennie .
Brot>ker had another big rain Sun :Mr. and :Mrs Green Cail.R. I by j resources virtually untouched, her
to Hampton Sunday morning.A. .
;'i day morning Prescott, of Jacksonville.
R. Jones made a business trip to
and at
1 Z. Adkins[ and Supt. E. R. Pop- There will be an entertainment at Humptijn> Friday. Freddie Lang and Horace Starling people starved at home p

1 poll were in our town Wednesday af the school house Friday afternoon, ai Autumn Younghlood, of Waldo, motored over to Muxville Friday afternoon I, the front because theie was no
''I ternoon. it will be the close of school. We on business.
passed through our burg Friday. I
J. Surrcney, of Adel, Gu., is here hope the trustees and patrons will be Messrs. R. R. and Percy Jones, Dr. L. K. Starling was among the visitors adequate organization to place

visiting relatives. present at one o'clock.HIGHLAND. Thomas and Tom :Miller were business to Highland Saturday ,'I food where it was needed.
----.-- E. II. Carter is on the sick list at
1'. :M. Barefoot in
spent Saturday visitors to Starke Saturday. ,
Jacksonville ;; Chesley 1"0JCjInlld; (' u business tripto this writing. 1,11' Animals on the hoof were
Mrs. Harris( of Cooler Pond, spent Gainesville Saturday. Jesse Prescott wns a visitor to i
last week here with relatives. Highland, :Mar. 11.-\IJ.; and :Mrs. Roy Kelch, of Hampton, was here Highland Saturday afternoon. I'I I..: shipped thousands of. miles to j
J. 1.:. Morris and Ross of Hron- Barney Lang/\ was greeting friendsin '
:Mrs. L. A. Brown was on the sick son Saturday. the various fronts, wasting transportation -
list part of lust week. son, were the guests of :Mr. and Mrs. :Misses I attie and Lillie Strickland, Highland. Saturday afternoon.J. "':' I'' I II
J Arthur Edwards: of Old Bradford, II. C. Wimberly Sunday of Hampton were pleasant visitors A. anti II. S. Starling were visit- I 1"1' facilities required for ; I II
was in town Saturday morning :Messrs. W. II. Hudson and Clarence here Saturday. ing friends and relatives in Starke I other They arrived
I purposes.
John Groover, of Jacksonville, Is'''Hudson of .Jacksonville, spent Sat'.iriln. Rufus Johnson, of Waldo, made a !Saturday' night and Sunday.L. II'
here this week at the bedside, of his < ., aural Sunday, at the! homo of their business trip here Saturday afternoon. \V. Wilkinson was u business visitor : Id hiii shrunken and emaciated, to be

.J grandmother, Jlrs.: Lydia Anderson. parcntx. Mr. and Mrs H. B. Hudson I :Messrs. Roy Birt, Gid Sparkman to Highland 1 Saturday afternoon. I i:::11 killed and dressed amidst filth
Inen The Misses Alice and Clara 1'res- William Padgett is on the sick list
Abernathy spent Saturday in and Lonnie McDavid, of Monteochu, ",:
{ Alachua. cuti ol S la; ken spent the week-end were here Friday. this week. ):, and confusion behind the lines. "

,t Harvey Baxter Is very sick at this with their aunt, :Mrs. David Lang Quite a number were surprised, here II. J. Taylor wns n visitor at the Ii'I :' Half of those brought from '
,,1 home of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Star-
.) writing W. Mivx: VVimberly was a business ," Saturday by the news of the marriageof ,
I IMiss ;Miss Edith and Elsie Starling were Siberia it is said perished on the
Mrs. llayt'H, of Bradford< was in visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday. I ;Mr. Dewey Strickland and Miss 1IIIil q
< t town Saturday morning, enroute to ; :;Ull'lllll'rct'r: returned Sun- j, (Gladys) Dye! at the home of :Mr. Sealsat ling Sunday I more were unfit for
Gainesville.W. day after spending several days with i I' Hampton.. guests of their /grandparents, Saturday 'I'I!N way; many I

n S. Null, of Lake City, spent the her caster 'I in Jacksonville.Chas. I'I Sherrod Price and family, of I afternoon.S. F 111: food.
1+ week-end with his family. U. Stafford spent Sunday in Hampton, spent Sunday here with his J. Starling spent Sunday afternoon I ,
P.. A. A. llazen spent Friday in Jack Baldwin, guest of friends brother, II. F. Price. with his daughter, Mrs. Annie I q On the other hand, the American j

sonville. ChnrliM l billings, of Waldo, was the :Mrs Wm. Sparks, and Oliver and Carter. 'II packers turned live stock into meat in
'j Remember Sunday school next Sunday guest of friends here Sunday. Grace, of Louise, attended church here :Miss Rosa Carter and little brother, large sanitary plants located in the II
Messrs. Clyde, were of :Mrs W. A. Starling
Newton guests
Sanders '
afternoon at 3 o'clock. '! and Chas. Saturday evening and Sunday. sections and the
E. L, Crosby In on the sick list. I' Stafford made a business trip to the Mrs. Price, of Live Oak, is visiting :Monday producing ,
Rev. King, of New River, filled his county seat Thursday. her son, II. F. Price, this week. I C. D. Starling was visiting friendsin product under refrigeration so that it j
'1ri regular appointment here Saturday :Mr. and Mrs L. A. Marr, of Law Willie Maines has returned home after this community Sunday. 11 reached the trenches in France in
i' and Sunday at the Missionary Bap. tey spent Sunday with relatives here.D. I several months' service/ with Uncle :Messrs. W. :M. and C. :M. Hudson, of I'' condition without waste.
h tist church. ] L. Rigby was in Starke Tuesdayon Sam in France. He received an Jacksonville, spent Saturday night perfect ,

Chaster Andreu, and Vascoe Hazen, businscs. honorable discharge and his many and Sunday with their parents, Mr.
was in town Sunday afternoon. [ :Messrs. Newton Sanders and :Marion friends here were glad to welcome and Mrs. II. B. Hudson. Says Our Authority:
Pearl Shaw spent Sunday, guest of Johns spent Sunday in Jacksonville him back. B. Lang was a visitor to Highland
such facilities for cold
1. II
Minnie Lee Clemons. :Mr. and, Mrs. John Roberts, of Oliver Sunday afternoon.
Lornfe flaxen spent Sunday afternoon J. Sidney, Johnson spent Sunday in Siding, attended church here Sunday \V. II. W. Carter was visiting friends I'. transportation been available to the p
here, guest of her cousin, Ella ;! Waldo with his family I friends in this community Sunday. Russian supply committee as were I Ih
J Mac Hux.en. 1 i :Murphy Price motored over to Messrs. J. A. and L. E. Starling h:! placed at the disposal of the quartermaster I

Several of the men of this place (4RAIIAM I Hampton Sunday afternoon. were visiting friends in Lawtey Wed i:. of the United States by Swift '

spent :Monday evening at Sampsonlake A pound party was given at the nesday. I II & Company, there might have been I'
fishing. Graham) :Mar, 14.-Ray McKinney home of :Mr. and :Mrs. Sloan Saturday :Mr. Bcckom, our mail carrier, is '! a different story concerning Russia's ''i
:Mrs. Garrett) of Jacksonville, who ''of :Monteuclia, was here :Monday on'' evening. Quite a number attended having an absent week or two on account part in the final drama of the war," II III
hus been visiting her pllrl'ntsIr.: and 'I IIrK. business.Jas.i and all report a nice time. of the rain and bad roads. Ev- 1 I I
t) !\ I E. L .Crosby, left Monday after- Reynolds made? a business trip Miss Onie Graves Is visiting friend 'I eryone wants to see him bnak on duty ill A large scale packing industry II
noon for her home. 'I to Starke :Monday. once more.T. I'
near WaMo this week. would be an asset to Russia, in war or
Hen Crosby left Monday afternoon Rufus Johnson, of Waldo, was: here Rev. P. ;M. Riggs filled, his regular I :M. Carter was visiting/\ in this it has proved to be to the i
for Jacksonville. Monday on business. appointment: here Saturday and Sun- community Sunday. I II peace, as I Iil

Menitrji.! I R. Andreu und S. Andreu I :Mr., 'Jal'kHon. of Sinl, made a busl- day, delivering very interesting sermons -, .--- il !il United States. I'I Ill
arc o, :r on a (Killing trip near Putnam '''''WIIS flip hero, Monday.Mr. I :MILLER ""I
I ll ''Iii The cost of this large scale industry I
Hull. ,j W. E .Middleton: of lIaP'lJtc'II,1: ;Mr. anti Mr: Cliff Strickland, of II''
.The Woodmen. Circle met Monday, vas here ;Monday on business. I LaCrosse, spent the week-end, here :Miller, ;Mar II -Dennis Roberts, :ill i! in the form of profits is only a fraction iil li

.t i afternoon in the Woodmen hall. Sev-1 :Murphy, price and sister Alma weren with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Green of Worthington, passed through our 1// of a cent per pound of meat. I Iii
w + cm) member were present. Gninesvillo; :Monday on busin 'H. I Ca burg" one day recently f ,, II
{ Walter Baxter is on the sick list.Mr. Mrs.: Walker returned. to h"r homen ii.Roy '' ,
flirt was a visitor here Sunday.Mr. II. S. :Miller made a business trip to II 1'1'1'
and Mrs L. :Morgan and children Hastings 1 Monday.: Her mother, ; and :Mrs. Elijah Strickland, of Dukes :Monday '
I of Jacksonville! came in Sun- )tlrs. George, Stone, accompanied her. Hampton, spent the, week-end here :Mrs. W. B. Feogle, of Mt. Tabor 11 ,1':' Swift & Company, U. S. A. ::1,111,,
day. :Mrs. :Morgan\ has boon seriously Mr: . :Murphy Price left :Monday for with relatives. Columbia county, 1 is visiting her parIants I .1. I ''I,' I

l i sick, but is now some' bettor. 'lastings where she will visit her parnK :Mesdames< J. D. Davis and, Henry :Mr. and Mrs II. C. Peeples. She I 1,1,: II II"I
George Crosby, who is serving inc;! :Mr. unit :Mrs '\'I'&t. I I Ward are visiting relatives at Jlamp- 1 'will remain with her parents until her fl I
the navy ut Norfolk Va., returned to. Miss: Allis Sloan, of Sampson City, ton this week. 1 husband/ returns home from serving
camp( !Mond.iy, after spending, sever- x'vas here Tuesday visiting/\ relatives Uncle Sam. II
nl days here. with relatives. Hr. Thomas and Jas. Reynolds were I BRADFORD) I. Earl Purples was a business visitorin !
N. G. Hayes, of Bradford, was in 'nosiness. visitors' to the county seat Columbia county last week. II" il, .
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town Saturday: morning. "tiesdiiy. I Bradford, Mar. 11.-Mrs. C. W. Edwards | J. II. Crawford and/ family, of Jacksonville '""' -! :-- - ,
:Mrs C. Roberts, of Alarhun. is hero Dr. \\'. K.: :Middleton and :Mr. Rule I and daughter, Corene.visited, i irelatives I are visiting friends and relatives
at the homo of A. B. Surrency.G. J J lohns, of Hampton made business1'
n in Alal'hllllast week. | i I in this community. 1'I
B. and P. S. Colson and W. Newt rip here Tuesday. I I :Mrs. .1. V. Edwards. and. daughter, Seober Stokes made a business trip )I
sum are! oif on a fishing trip. [Roy Roberts and, little son Roy Jr., Cieoricla; , were guests of :Mrs. A. B. 1 1:0: Providence one thy this week. i ,
I 1'YloniU. and relatives of Grady Kelly *'sere here Moinlav.: Surrency VV'cdnesday.Joe Mrs I S. V. Stokes_ who has been 1-

{ ore glad to !learn ho will be homo Mr. Jackson of Sial, mado a busi-' j i Surrency passed through here ; visiting her son, !I/. II. :Stokes, returnIII,:Ij 3lL1tJ18Tt7LRIf !tJrJCICJCXItli.1I'IDl: : illJJ.W'CIClDt'l.t"JClIDClDI.Il1tIt1DD.ncrDf.Jrmf1f'jf: : : RI ;.
i, on the fourteenth 'K'KS trip here" Tuesday. :Monday en route to Worthington. fed/ to her home at Starke Saturday. I li't
Mrs W S. Nllhhho has boon in Choxley Fogg, was in Gainesville I C. M. Andreu was in Brooker Wed I The many friends/ of :Mrs. E. B. I ffi:: .iI
Jacksonville fr the past few weeks at Tuesday on business. "nesday. I Tiers will be glad to know that she > r the brdsiilo' of her daughter :Mrs L. II. W. Surrency made, a businessrip j, :Misses Eva Edwards and 1 Ruby Par. is recovering from an attack of inI"I Ifiuenza. ::
Morgan, returned! homo Sunday: t to Old Bradford Tuesday' ;I ris-h were guests of Mrs. :Minnie Lynn I She is with her daughter, [It I .
A social[ was given at the home of :Mrs. Aim Abernathy. left Tuesday, Tuesday afternoon. ''Mrs. H. S. :Miller. I nI 1 6 h.p. Fairbanks-Morse Kerosene Engine $125.00 I

Mr. and :Mrs. !IL; I I.. Crosby Friday! for Jacksonville, where she will visit W. M. Andreu was in the Pine Hill I j B. E. Brown was in Dukes on busi- I! !lu. 1 3 h.p. Upright 35.00
E night in honor of their son George: *ier, "n"I'ntl'lIr." : and :Mrs G. W. Dynl. 1 section Wednesday.Miss 'I I nellll one day lust week. { ''x
L who is nerving in the navy. Several Mrs. O. J, Abernathy wns in Hampon Eva: Edwards was the guest Eurie Brown has entered school in j' i jjj 111-2 h.p. Gasoline new 60.00 :
games wore played<1 and! music was fur. t Tuesday |I'r :Miss Cecil Raborn Wednesday af Lake Butler. IliI I'| I; .! i
nixhod 1 Hot chocolate and cake wero i M hero visiting her daughter, :Mrs. W 1 :Mesdames T. B. Edwards nnd C. W. through :Monday enroute to Dukes. It .,
served and those ,present enjoyed the! ''. Byrd. 1 Edwards were guests of Mrs. A. B. On account of the bad condition of r." fe,
y eVI'ninJ.jt'rl'lItiy.. Those present were Mossrs. Denver and Lynn Brown of Surrency one day lust week. I the roads we have not had any mail "'''IIt'ltutllt IICItDtJIt'IIt' : _
Misses boas Anderson. Eunice: Hazen, S Sampson' City, were here Wednesday. I j Col. Preston Williams of New: River, for several days. If the people don't -
l', Clara Cone, Myrtu :Morgan, I.ti'iedm' Mrs. :Manilal Vnrnes and children of,' was the guest of his sister, Mrs. T. I get busy and work the roads so that 1
{ Pinholster, Ruby Crosby, Inez Aber.ii !Sampson City were visitors here"on I B. Edwards last week. the mail can go, we believe that the AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1888 "
', 1 ;*I nathy and R. DAVIS & COMPANY
Kred Hazen. Guy Pinholster, Carl trip here Wednesday., Georgia, Edwards visited her cousin, condition, only at a great expense.Let's FIRE INSURANCE .
Lewis, :Jlnrk demons) Abe Crosby, Misses Onio nnd Bunie Graves attended Ruby Edwards, Sunday. bond for good roads and thereby Starke, Florida
Truby Pinholster Clyde Ward, Leroy ( the party at Sampson Tupsday'f'ninll I I Prof. H. C. Edwards visited his parents help ourselves materially. J Jt J
Osteen, Luther Eubnnks, George Cros- ''\ at the home of :Mr.- and Mrs: here Saturday and Sunday. Farming migrations have been retarded .
by. / luss i I( Wynn, 'I I Brinkley Hayes visited his parents iU'a unt of so much heavy ,
Mrs. I. W. Pinlmlster, Jr.. was out Mr. and Mra. Will Jones Florence here during the week-end. rain. It is now/time to plant and no C. M. Hudson and Dr. W. H. Hudson 1 Dewey Fralick and Edith Williams 'f,[
in the Pinn Hill section Saturday nf- 'Walker, !Mr. and !Mra. Andy Sparks attended Harry Edwards and sister Miss preparations hove been made to any of Jacksonville, visited relatives were visitors here Sunday afternoon. ,
ternoon. 1 1Mana the party at Sampson Tuesday Georgia; were guests of Miss Blanche great extent. Lots of our farmers here Sunday.Rev. Quite a crowd of young people en-
: Andreu, who hRs been upending '.evening. Andreu Sunday afternoon. have not been able to plow at all. James L. Strickland left here joyed a peanut shelling at the home 1
awhile with her grandmother near John Surrenoy made a business trip Miss Blanche Andreu visited her -.--,- Saturday morning to help organize a of Mrs. B. J. Roberts Friday evening. 1'
New River, returned home oiie last week Messrs. McDonald and Arch Dur- Geneva Harrell is numbered on the Max: Wimberly visited in Law the guest of friends Sunday. *,
Robert Scott, of Alachua. passed lIen, of Hampton, were' here Wednes sick list this week.T. Highland Mar 14.-R. C. Chance tey Sunday. Walter Cobb, of Lake Butler, was \
through here Saturday afternoon. ''day. B. Edwards was in Brooker on visited friends at Maxville Wednes Marcus Brown was here on business a business visitor here Monday.S. .
J. Shriver has had presented to hma : Willnrd Smith made a business trip business Saturday. Monday. T. Dowling, of Ralford, manager
German helmet by hto ron, Lewis, to Sampson Thursday Cephus Harrell attended Sunday day.W.. Max: Wimberly wag a business Miss Saleta Mercer spent the week. of the Lake Butler Telephone Co., was I
who is in Tours, France. Miss Alice Clower, the county demonstration school here Sunday afternoon. visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday.M. end In Jacksonville with her sister, in town Friday. \I

Mrs. Harrell and sister, Cecil Ra- agent: was here Wednes :Mr.\ and Mrs. Wm. lIarrell were attending F. Johns was visiting in Baldwin Miss Lillie Mercer.J. Earl Dukes, of Dukes, was here on f
lorn, of Bradford, attended. the Wood 'day in the interest of the canningclub. to business in Brooker Satur Wednesday. S. Johnson spent Sunday with his I business Friday afternoon.

men Circle meeting hero Monday af day.N. Misses Alice and Clara Prescott, of family at Waldo. II. C, Peeples was a business visitor
ternoon. i Dr. W. E, Middleton, of Hampton, G. Hayes was in Worthington Starke spent the week-end with relatives here Saturday. |,
s I Several of the Masons attended the 'was here Wednesday on business. Sunday evening. here. WORTHINGTOX'< Mae and John Scaff! spent Sunday t
funeral of Joe Berry at St Elzey's Mra. Bessie Wynn, of Sampson City Remember the entertainment Fri Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Morris and little I with Phyllis and Ben Roberta. j

chapel Friday. was here Tues,lay, guest: of her parents day night before the Fourth Sunday.C. son. Ross, of Bronson, were guests' of Worthington, Mar. 14.-Miss Katie I Mrs. Chatman and son, Arthur Kirk- '}
Mrs. R. T. Osteen and ;\Ir.... I' M'I Mr. and, Mrs. Earl Abernathy. W. Edwards was attending to II. C. Wimberly Sunday. Roberts was in town Friday shopping. land, are visiting! her parents, Mr and
Barefoot spent Friday with relatives ;, Garfield Johns was here Thursday. business in Alachua last week.C. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mare of Law. Oscar Brown was among the business Mrs. I. F. Lamb.Dr. .
is at Pine Hill. I, !Messrs. Ray and Joe McKinney, of :M. Andreu left Sunday for Jack tey, visited relatives her for the week visitors to Lake Butler Saturday. Carefoot was called to the home
There will be prayer meeting next Monteocha, passed through our burg sonville, where he has secured a po- O. P.-Hale and Ebb Thornton were of Wiley Williams Sunday morning.
Sunday night at the Free Will Baptist Thursday enroute to Sampson City. eition. end.Messrs.. M. F. Johns, R. C. Chance, transacting. business here Saturday. .

o church. Everyone attend. At I Dewey Strickland, of Hampton, was Services next Saturday and Sunday. Chas. Stafford, Leslie Griflto and New Harry Pmkston was In town Friday Only One 0.M..
9:30 prompt. I her Wednesday on business. ton Sanders were visitors to Maxville with his Briscoe, a UU purchase. A New York judge say that wb *
Joe Surrency. of Pine Hill, was in Mrs. Roy Smith of Sampson, was CLAY HILL Sunday. Everybody:; around here is getting a wife takes: money from' her ho*,
town Sunday morning: here Tuesday visiting relatives. Mrs. Pereival Seward left Tuesday ready to plant, but there is more raining bands pocket he In entitled to a 00
E. M. Hazen epent Monday in the Dr. Thomas left Wednesday for Clay Hill Mar. 14.-The rain Sun- I morning for her home in Boston, MASS. going on than planting. per cent drawback. Of coarse fa* la.
p county seat. Archer and other points south. day In this community was a disappointment -I She had spent several months herewith Dennis Roberts and Inman Harrison Mt what does that prove, DOM ha
t G. W: Lewis and eon, Dresdell, were Miss Olive Murrhee is visiting her to the church folks.H. I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. were guests ef friend at Starke get It? One at a time. aeDtlemeo. .
visitors near New River Saturday. sister at Sampson City. B. Hudson was a professional Hudson. Sunday, returning I Ihf eAe at a Ume.-Waahlnktoa IlaraU.
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