Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 28, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. K, S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.(

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VOLUME 40. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 28 1919. NUMBER 39.

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BRADFORD, HIGH SCHOOL HONOR BIRTHDAY PARTY I I RISING LAWTEYLawtoy. ,i
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THE GOOD ROADS AGITATION
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; : I Rising Men. Rev. \Dukes will
*'1. One of the prettiest birthday par- Mar. 28.-Mrs. I.. I. Bluck-
f "tti First Grade-Paul Knight, Merrill ties of the season was given on the afternoon preach the funeral services of O. I Ir. burn was visitor to Stnrko. Wednes

SK'McMillan, Wilda Young, Willie Spen'iVcer' of March\ 20th by little Miss CONTINUES AT FEVER HEAT (I I, Jackson ut the l>yal cemetery Sundaymorning. day.

: ,'? Evelyn Strickland, Doris Pope Hazel, Adkins at the home of her parents II i I :Mrs ,1. J. McLeod spent several

$E.tel1e Kendrick, Hazel Johns, Enola'''' Col. and :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins,* on I Miss Chloe Crawford has. been sick days in Jacksonville last week

"Fofsyth, Thelma Andrews, Annie May N. Walnut street. -- for the lust week, but is out ngain. I Rev. W. L. Ovcrstreet and daughtervMiss
'\ Last week the Telegraph told of n which there was apparent a disposition -
'l Mercer, Julia Canova. This merry party came together: to The Neal Brothers have purchased : Carrie were visitors to Jncksoiuille
fi il1t!JJiJecond Grade-Joseph Poppell, Al- I I celebrate the fifth birthday of the proposed plan to bond for the ImiMmu among a number of 1<'II"inlciU.- another cultivator. This la' two they first part, of the week -
of two main roads one across tu! zns to reconcile former differences of
:.Ian Long. hostess and her with have and them Also
young presented they keep busy. !
te''Third Grade-Annie Belle Turner, many dainty and beautiful gifts. A I county from north to south and one opinion anti try to get together on u' they have n young mule colt which is Rev. J. C. Diggs, of Stnrke will fill
from east to west. There arose \\'llatsl'emed system similar to the first proposed\ I' his regular f appointment at the Law-
j Edna Strickland Elizabeth Andrews and worth I
peanut hunt was greatly enjoyed, mentioning. I
if: I i to be irreconcilable ditferl'ncl'sof Out of all the agitation it is hoped |, try :M. i K.: church., South, next Sumlny.M. .
Dan Manning. found the I
Charles Kickliter largest I
i isi4p'ourth i :Mrs :M. J. Alvarez called to the
details of this and believed of will was : I,. Smith ,
: : Grad.Elise Jones Jacob of opinion as to the system Home sort start be and K. L. Blanchardname
box
number of peanuts, receiving a bedside\ .
of her sister, Mrs.: Alarming: ,
.I? Green, Miriam Ortagus, Evelyn Pope. ''candy as a prize. Games on the lawn and at a meeting of citizens held made toward building u system of last week who has over from Jacksonville and, spent ;
I hems sink for
sum'time
'. ""Fifth Grade-Eugene: 'Matthews,, were played] by the many pretty children in Starke Tuesday night: it was determined roads in Bradford county. It may lie Sunday with their families
: l ilda Belle Bryan : who rese'mbled butterflies in to make un effort to ('ombinecoOnty !' that it will result in the formation of past.A Miss Kldridge: Reddish was shopping y

'' "ft Sixth Grade-Ruth Poppell, Hugh[ their quick, graceful movements.The commissioners districts three ;| two special road districts. the secondone few from this settlement went ti> ; in Stark Wednesday.E. .
Brownlee Jr. ''four and five into u special road district being formed from the territory enjoy tho movies at the Stale Farm I :. S. :Matthews, of Starko, was a'I'
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dining room where the birthday and bond for roads", leading; from west of New River, and that the Satiinlay, night.Everybody! i I visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Ik

[IfcESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT I! feast was served, was white charmingly the table decorated be-- ', the Clay county Jine through Starketo ty system can be later ,' !,,cOlin-I : out our way lire busy ,i Robert Blanchard wan a visitor to
K in red and Raiford and from the Clay county joining up the roads in these districts picking; berries They seem to be doing Jacksonville the first of the work r

i i'At the regular meeting of All ing centered by a large white cake on line near Highland; through Lawtey,, A good many citizens believe this will : mighty t tine und are bringing a I :Mrs. Henry Bennett and little ''

-Frjends Camp No. 168, Woodmen of.the' which was emboBd in red" icing the Starke and Hampton to the Alachuacounty be the best. solution of the good price. daughters, Carrie Belle and Klnorn: of ,
1914-1910!) the entire situl\tiOn'j
? World, the following resolutions'' letters, "II. A.surrounded- red line, with a designated lateral I The strong;, outstanding Mr. Haislop! wits in town Friday and' '' Jacksonville, are spending several daysin

''t i I were adopted: I Ito cake being by roses from the north and south road to I the present time seems to bo that the brought back u load of strawberry nnd near Lttwtoy this, week visiting
touch five red
Whereas\ it has pleased our Heaven- and as a finishing tapers ', Brooker. I i iI (I citizens of tljo Sturke district ore de- crates. i relatives and, friends

:' .Ii 1 Father to take from our midst our added their Mrs.twinkling Adkins/ light .to assisted tae hap in I Petitions covering this new system ,'termined that this opportunity to The lute planting) time Is milking' Rev I. A. RnwU, of Lake Butler

.i'',' hate brother W. E. Tillis; and' s j:py serving scene.by :Mrs. Roscoe was McLuin, Mrs were at once prepared and are now in i start road building in the county shall the farmers hustle for n quick WilY to filled I his regular monthly appointment -
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to Whereas the relations held by our Mrs. Louis 11. Hill circulation. They are being signed not pass without being acted upon. get the fertilizer and need in the at the Lawtey Baptist church on
J. E. Wilson and
t deceased brother with the members of ,very generally and it is believed a majority They want other parts of the countyto ground than by the old\ way of 1IIInt'l I I Saturday nnd Sunday
; tb_* Woodmen lodge render it proper'': of Lawtey. i I I of the citizens of the territory join them if it can be arranged on''. ing by hand, and even at the Miss Rebecca Whitehead was visiting -

" V: U\that we should 'place on record our :' The guests enjoying this happy af ',embraced in the proposed district will :. an equitable basis but they are determined high prices of planters and distributors relatives in Starke Wednesday. ?'\

. 'e,,.>. appreciation of his services as a ternoon were Betty McLain 1 Eloise sign them just as soon as they have that a start shall be made, and they are buying them. Among, Rev. I. C, Jenkins, of Jacksonville, N

;, Woodman; therefore be it I Ritch Etholin White Louise Stewart an opportunity to do so. There are, of as 'a last resort if all other localities I those who have bought are .. presiding elder of Jacksonville district _
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' Resolved, That in the death of Sov. Owen Griffin, Charles Lucian Kickli (I course, minor objections here and should decline to join in with them, Brownlee, T. A. Crawford and preached at the lawtey Methodist +'
. k-Tillis the lodge loses a brother always'' ter, Walter McDonald, Jr., Paul there but the general feeling/ seems will ask for a special act of the legislature dore Norman. Thl'o-I I' church South, Sunday; morning. y

: 'ready, to help the needy and Knight Annie Long: Billy Graham to be that if we are ever to have Im- forming the Starke commissioner :Mrs A. L. Bugwell spent the first In the afternoon the first quarterly

p,always an honest and distressed'i Evelyn Stump, Richard Long, Charlotte proved highways in the county a start district into a special road distract part of the week with her mother conference was hold. There were three .

'.' ,' ".,.' Resolved, That the lodge tender its i Rosenberg, Ben Sternberg;, Alice must be made somewhere and that the view bring that the boundaries Mrs. J. I.. Warren. automobiles filled with members of this ,I

r" ,sympathy to the bereaved family of i Fernandez William Harvard, Milton purely personal opinions and Interests ,, of the district could l>e 't-nlarjte,11 Mrs. T. A. Crawford spent the weekend Starke church present at the conferonce. i

f?tour deceased brother in their said af- Brownlee, Jr., Wilda Young Richard must be sacrificed for the time 1 nnd extended as other section get with her sister in Baker .

ti' ?: fliction. I Wainwright Julia Canovl Louis Hill, being. 'I ready for the improvement, thus finally _ __n ____ __ __.___ I J. W. llyrd, of Clay Hill, was a vis-
t 1. )lip; Resolved, That these resolutions be Jr., of Lawtey, Louise reek. Lester While this development was taking'' developing a county system from !, I itor to Lawtey Sunday.l (

': the of the minute Price Robinson, Leila Pea Andrews", place at Starke it is learned that a the start made at this time in the I i Hiss Hill, of Aliichun, is n visitor
j\ 'sprea 3f;, !'book of the lodge and a copy Bent the Lucile :Mitchell meeting; was held I at Lake Butler at : Starke. ] district. v nt tho home of Rev. and Mrs. W, I.. i,

dw, family of our deceased brother. I -a Overstrom.Albert .
I \ .--- S Mnseley: ...r Jacksonville
.W! (IfJC1\1rJtjn'ICJfJfCRUXfImm' : : : : t aQcatn;) ; M&
hands with his friends,
LAW was shaking In
REV. WILLIAM)) : GOODELL
'tIr ,'
I.iiwtoy last wei'k.

:. Rev. William -Goodell Law, beloved 5r ::1!' Letters From Our) Soldier Boys Tho llrht, refrigerator car of .straw- i II

\ ', -pastor of the First Baptist church of l luTMi'H wns shipped one day last. \verkU

V', .)Starke, died, Friday evening !March : il lyl : ytt was conslgnod to C. I. & M, IIi II 17.

.'*lath, at 0 o'clock. Dr. Law had been, t t "fl'N'ft"N"tCirf17t1rJClrfrli'1sziTiTSlStrCitiCtfttb7idC1, ) : ; : ))1 iIcJmt10fJC'lCXn'1fInlrt'JOfll:: :: ) ) l/nlftit) l Jatli II' .lel* t s folder I i I ,, commission i merchants I of new t

'i;'1n failing health for the past four L-1 r d 4; nU..rs Club Cerclrs Nauliciue, Can- / ,''I',r rnv eiit to Monte: ('/11'I\ , I York, ( ily.
,: ::1 teen months, but mad" n l"'nv<' fight; k Y ,res. France February. :20, 191!). the little iiuntry of :Monaco I will, Last SiiiulaV morning; (;"rare :M. K':,
,'Ivmli, held interesting service, mil'ih1 , W
: stomach an
\ the inroads of the '
against ><':')' !Mother and Father: write you more of the offerings of fhiKivieni. '
,'trouble. ) from which ho suffered until I smi'ing' was led Uy nn till mini
I have written you once or twicenice r In : ;OIlW..1' the old favorite
2 "the latter of January, when Visitwas < .1." sonft.iu.
part Love to all, '
t forced to give and take to hi'led. niv arrival in Cannes mil feel] i I. iiiiiur jmd th" men 'IH|i .Iv 'r, |part
up H. I';. FUKKMANH : : :: ftI
that would appreciate good I
. you one I In tin1, ing H' il '
1 :
\ time he called his' son. h | plr.'Ut
At this
/ ; Engineers, .\. \\.0 71 (ti i, A. I iF:
nu letter from me telling i>f this '
rim.'ctod!' 1'' Mis. BatH nerd. It WJ4iriontly ;
/ :Mr. Blanchard I D. Law, home from the ,,,
i i iittiful, It is fond wishr
; country. a "
\. ,_ ,J Southern Baptist Theological Somi-; enjoyed liy I the congregation
; : to supply his pulpit until ho recovered mine that you might; be' here sotnei Pvt. Jr'nry'hitehplII, son of :Mrnnd The congregations Mere large both +!

nary until the close of his year ri i mi- to enjoy its wealth of loveliness. 1 :'oIl.1 v. W. K. Whitehewl. of LakeUiiller. morning and eveningA
or
i,r..*, with the church, April 15th. ''''''hnp you shall. At any rate I inn i.s now in Kiorndoi-f, (;('rmllny.1 now piano has been installed at I'

?' ding you a quantity of postal cnnl with Co. I 10:, Ifilt: \ U. S. Infantry He lirnce :M. I'.:. church through tho kindness .
Dr. Law born October 2d, Ifj51at \,
s1 ,' was uof the Cote D'Azure ( Blue Side) left Lake butler for camp on June 21':, of J. |I') Randall. It has provedlei

Solsberry, Indiana. His education last ham" Cannes to the Italian bor- I9IH! ) '!, and after one month in camp heveiled bo n great asset to I thu wot k of thu

',i'"., was hU received home in the, common at the Indiana schooliof a Lry ,. along the Riviera. for France from New York. JII'' II INRVVtll'i'I:: \ 1':11I'\: : Sunday ",'h..u'nil'\ Biriglig; lust Sun-

county ,+ The climate here is much like two letters, to his mother, the t first of Mrs.Bates .
.. State Normal School and at the In- very Hon of Air ruin :.MrU '. 1VI"it. day mulctthe, leadership
, .T l' diana University. In his : mi of Florida; perhaps more modor- they have had ,since, Nov. 10th he head of Lake OniI.., 'leu, ; JIIIIMK' showed a marked improvement
State young than thnt of the latitude of Tarn- .stilted that he went the front the
s rnnnhooM he taught school, from the on man bus seen.fvornl. ,, ri'imihs': "Ir, rBier : river previous efforts.
i school house to profes It i is never cold in winter; is not ,,first. of September and staved until I across' th" occur,, mill is now' :Mr. and Alrs..1. I II. Hnrlllallllnll\JrM.
+ \ little country ,'' warm In summer. The growth the armistice was signed. Ho, thinks Jacksonville.Brief .
in
of ButoH Muml.iy
.' ksorshin-s in high; schools and normals. !. i '' OB( 'ui.>v 'itBatt. .' with the rn..ri'lIlI arm7:; "oiciiiatinti spent
Later he entered the ministry and, vegetation is luxurious. Flowers hi' will soon return to the Stales.Ills )i in (,,'rmllny. bright attractive services art
l service E, 15th 1A.? A E F. I i-- now i "w here as I have never 1I""n.th..m letters follow, which will lie of --. ---.-\ promised to those who attend GraceM. ; .
faithful
R.gave U 'thirty"I1 .years. '. .',of. or' ' ,I'M,, ' in Gonnersdorf, Germany: a member 1 fore. Palms, some cactus and pinesow interest, to his many friends. : I Ii I,.II'ING: Olrf'I'lll: HAY SHORTAGE : I.!. chhrch Sunday morning and
of P\ t.
of the Army Occupation much as in Florida though per- .
well Nirendorf, Germany; ; ; IN ItKAIHOItll COUNTY evening .
living his religion as Florida as prenchIInar Thrower i i-. a son of \Mr. and MI-H. 1 "p" more luxuriantly and more beauful "Feb. 10th, 1010.l ! Itev. Alfred Kvoriilen: was in Jacksonville .

it. Before he had coming held to pastorates! eight: ; in O. A. Thrower, Jr., and belongs; to nnd, of course, lowers( ii great hear l Mother:-I will write you u The (first day I spent in Bradford, on Monday. Ilo loft ngain on

{years:Indiana ago, Arkansas and South Dakota. tho:! famous Second Division that abundance wean great perfumeries.I few lines to let you hear from me. Am county I happened to notice in one of Wodosday morning for Jacksonville, .:
lid so much hard fighting: during the the all at home! the stores in Stark bale of ii and Lake Coino to completehis '
I Hastings
\+hen ho came to this state he located, spent one day visiting; quite well and doing fine Hope i grocery a ; ,
, fat Winter Haven, and from there came year 1918. famous perfumeries of Grasse. I lire well.] I landed at Liverpool, England |I timothy hny. I nt once tasked tho proprietor work us district director of tho

ti, [to Starke about three years ago to act --- ".ont through; the quite well known l the 11th of August; and was in of the store if ho hud tho hay (( Vntotmry f'ainiaiin| In tile :Methodist\ ,
. call the of the Hart of Giraurl and! Fils, whose pcr- England about one work when I wentto to sell to farmers. nnd he replied that Sunday schools of his. district. Thn '
cept a to pastorate HOG; tllOI.IKA:\ (ONTROL IN
: ad. t the .12nd! of it went to the farmers nt this ) to return tonight or
i .Furst Baptist church. j I BRADFORD rOl'XTYOn" umps are very extensively Franco whore I joined some pastor is expocto ;
i \ertiserl, in America. I can say with Division vl In 1880! Dr. Law was married toMiss hesitation that the of the first them die| not enough to lust lIt --- --- --
r net factory win ) which was same grow
{: \ Allle Railsback, of Terra Hallt..1 j of the, most pr ifltable! and dependable without doubt| the sweetest place I've 'rnop'j over hers'Ve wont on the the year. I must say that it tines not SI'NDXY NIGHT; SKRVICKS: : ATMM111ST
Bradford
born cmpsl in
To them four children were miry 1 li"-n in during all my young life. f-ont tho first of September and stayed speak well of the farmers In n staple \ I ( III IUII .
i lft1Inl.two of whom died in childhood, the cnu'ty is the hog crop and yet as longas
: until the armistice was sign- to practice lutying hay
Another interesting thing that I there / crop county !
I D Law cholera i is allowed
Blanchard to spread among
S others being :Mr.
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found in the quaint village of Grnsse ...1. Thou, we /started for Germany; go- shipped from the North It may not llyrnn.Scripture.
v"\y.and .Miss Doris Law of this city. [Be- the hogs of the I county, the hog; crop is .
Luxumhurir, be for farmerto lesson nnd
and !
always possible
In through Belgium every prayer.Fhtg
the ordinary
candy factory-not !!
& he had no the that i is must liable to suddenly was a
immediate family one
.4t4telatives\! in Florida, except a niece, and unexpectedly result in large losses. American kind nor even the ordinary arriving in Germany; on I Ia'c. :3rd) I "produce all his hay, but thorn certainly salute and Hung Little Chi!.
French kind. In fact it is arrived where I nm stationed now on ought' to be enough; farmers. in IrenOnhostrii.
IS'Mrs. A. E. Wall, of this city. His sisfter. .
nnd. have been here ever who have hay to Hell to selection.Soni' .
i< not even called a candy, factory but a |Orr. \\th. every vicinity
$ \ :Mrs. E. A. McKee: : of Indian:)>o- Hog cholera: can he controlled if our "ot'> -.rMMir. It ill known as the Mnison sine,. This is a m.iull town near the supply those who for various reasons I l.oynl SoldiersL" T. L.Recitation. .

; !<. Ind., visited him during: his last farmers will use the means at their .'o""l'hpjlrp:' (the House( of JosephN'egrc. Rhine( rner. J don't do anything exempt fail to grow; enough fur their woMthtot'k" A Hero--Uwon (;rlmn.

and left for home only the clay;, command for controlling; To do : ) I had the pleasure of meit.ng drill n few h')1lr"I..h day amieo ( Making OM) Glory; Four Girls
lit'
[ >fore his death, it being thought this it is necessary to prevent the Monsieur Negro who personally to church on HurlIllY.'e nl<0 Now every farmer who ix HO unfitr Song-; Girls; from L, T. L.

at time that there was an improve- spread by confining/ sick hog; <, burningall ,omlucted me through his factory If"ihnweil 1,11shllw" through the week. I was t hate as to be without hay nt this i C Opinions tit Great; Mn and Women ,
in his condition. the dead animals and by the use of Earl': to prepsrr''it and GirLs.Uoadirig ; .
me sixteen contracts, covcrirz ;ui r obeli nx in January nnd saw time ,should begin nt once -Hoys
At 11 ,,','Iock !Saturday'! morning: the serum on those which show no signsof years of time, given him by the Whitten but did not get to speak to patch of ground nnd,! plant" it to earl; 1 Tho Two Armies-Mrs, E.

was carried to tho church to fickness. .' kings of EniTnnd, Italy and all great him. I do not know his address or I amber' or orange variety of BorirhuiiIf M. Johns.Recitation.
-\'j: '", hich i he had given: three years of The Stat Live Stock sanitary board, European countries.! He said that his, would go to nee him. I dn not know this Is don nt urine' it will not I I" and Song-.L. T. L.

I', ['consecrated service nnd lay in state keeps a man in this territory who house had made sweets for these rulers now long we will be hero but I think many weeks until he will\ have all lhroiighnjro Instrumental Duo--Mepdames June

[until 3 p. m., the hour for the funeral. upends all his time in vaccinating hogs for over one hundred years Ills we will return to the States'! soon. If his' horses, and mules wit' ind I'r'rryman.

iMany friends called during this time lie has three counties to cover and of i products were conserved fru'ts: and we don't I think I will have a chance need. H'. run bruin feeding on dor- Select ion-Male quartette. '

L'to take a last look at the kindly face course it is impossible for him to treat' ,'andipd1oV..ra./ The latter are quite to see Italy. Will close fur this time. I'hum" us noon ns It begins to h"'lun'l Chorus, Sound the Jubileo-Chorus.Uonsona r
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'ef this", truly good man. all the hogs himself.] The county agent are, but wonderfully delicate and oxnui HENRY. fooil it green. Work horses will) do for Rejoicing: -Rev. C. II,

The funeral serve, was conducted is also ready and willing: to vaccinate y Rev. I, W. Klckliter. appropriate hogs f..r the farmers free (except the juice and sets away in earthenware Nancy' France, will fed on hay and it will require less!' IIf'rlory-OrcheRtrI1.

'music being furnished l hy a select'' cost of thje. serum) for farmers in howls for thn) months, then Kb. 15, 11119. irrain to keep them In roo/f working; 1'ncle. Sum and Aunt Columbia's

t'hoir. The church w is elaborately and Budford county where there is cholerain hexes and sends, to his customers. Dear :\Ioth'r-WIII: drop you a few ronditlon., Those who have never tried U..II (',,11.

[beautifully decorated, ami they, were the vicinity and It is not possibleto The city of Cannes, Pearl of the lines to let you know where I am. Am ], it will claim that green food I is not (C'horus Thirty-five voices.!

''' I many beautiful floral pieces. As a secure the services of the veterinarian Riviera." is a beautiful and cultured] on n 11.,day furlough and I am going' good for work stock but every farmer 'I Benediction.,

|mark of respect the business houses of the Live Stock sanitary board. '' .city It is clean, modest and aristocratic. to Paris tonight and then to Bounloux, that I have ever neon who has givi-n .

'. (closed during the ceremony. F.I|I In any ev fit we must all work together There are a thousand beautiful !- but don't know where I will go from sorghum a fair trial would not try toIl..t wintry was recently put on eastern
to out this dread disease division is to sail along without sorghum for time, which is one hour faster than
:. ? The pall-bearers were: Active, J. stamp villas\ in the city or on the mountain there. I hear my green
'lickliter, J. C. Poppell, Perry Dover among/: the hogs' and place the swine sideH behind the city. And thenon for the States soon, and if they doI his work stock during the summer standard time in use here for many

\t. :H. L. Brownlee J. T. Quigley, T. N.Umbauirh. industry In Bradford county on a more the mountain tops and above the will not return to Germany; but will months. pears. The advance to be made next

.: '( Honorary L. C Powell, dependable basi.s. '' line of villas there lies a snow throughout join them at some embarkation point. One of the ways to increase the Sunday will make our time two hours

;;; :W. T. Weeks, J. W. \Morgan, J. E. O. W. CASWELL.I this time of the year. It is a great Am having a fine time here; took a prosperity of the Bradford county faster than when wo used standard,
Futch. County Agent. contrast of the elements, for only today swim in a hot sulphur swimming pool farmers Is for everyone of them to resolve Lime. Train schedules will conform

}LTbe interment at Crosby cem- --.----" I I came out of the hotel clad in yesterday.: We are sure having some at once to plan their crops no to the new time and l the only way

( was BAWKRY WILL MOVE TO NEW Flannel trousers and the thinnest tennis cold weather the ground has been covered thwey will after this spring, never be to: keep from getting left will be simply I

;.tery. (lU shirt that Spaulding makes. DurIng with snow ever since Christmas. guilty of buying hay chipped from the to move watches up an hour. t
Few men have ever had a stronger Rf'I j my tennis fame I was practicing Will close as I have not any news of North. O. W. CASWELL I I The banks in Starke have decided to

: i bold upon the affections of the people The Model Bakery J. O. Turners' for my match with Williams, 2nd interest. County Agent. open at 10 o'clock a. m. and close at
and the .
Iotjthis| community sorrow the I of- HENRY. 1:30: p. m., which will give their cui-
will move this week to ) American champion tomorrow I
-caused by the death of Dr. Law fg felt proprietor .-- -- NEW TIME NEXT SUNDAY '' tom,.,. the opportunity for the
His new location next door to J. C. Man, ten stopped and, looking at the snoto -- 4 : same '
t>r all classes of citizens. bereared motored to --L- transaction of busiVeag as at present.
and
A. Z. Adkins family
ning's. Mr. Turner intends to make a on the mountain tops behind me, mop. '
wife and son and daughter have the'sympathy of the famous Butternut ped the perspiration from my brow Gainesville Sunday returning Tues- Congress having frilled to repeal the Other business houses will probably ,

of the entire community. bread specialty in the.future and has ordered and wished that fate might place jut day. While there!! they were guests at "daylight saving law" the time will be change;! their hours to conform to the
(Through an error in the make-up Mrs. advanced hour next Sunday morn- time. The school will at
'*; modern bread-mixing equipment for one of those wonderful mountains the home of Mrs. Adkins' mother ope new open
bat week the above- article was omltirtad. better handling this trade. i "somewhere in Florida." M. E. Edwards. Ing at 2 o'clock. This part of the 9:3: ().

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'." VOLUME 40. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 28, 1919. NUMBER 39!

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:"BRADFORD IIIGIi SCHOOL HONOR Bill!'HIY PARTY I RISING: ; LAri: -:\'
THE GOOD ROADS AGITATION
"J,,: ,\ ROLL
< One of the prettiest birthday parties I Rising. :Mch. :2:!><.-Rev. Dukes willpreach I.llwtry.lar.; 28.-;Mrs. L. L. /Blackburn -

"t r. ', First Grade-Paul Knight, Merrill of the season was given on the af- the funeral, services of O. I I. was a visitor to Starke Wednes

;!f McMillan, Wilda Young, Willie Spen- I iternoon of March 20th by little Miss CONTINUES AT FEVER HEATLast Jackson at the |1)111 cemetery Sunday ellI)'.

!ceyr, Evelyn Strickland, Doris Pope ,Hazel Adkins at the home of her par- morning. j I :Mrs. J. J. McLpoii spent' several,

\ Estelle Kendrick, Hazel Johns, Enola ''eats Col. and ;Mrs. A. Z. Adkin, on -- :Miss] Chloe Ciawfoid has been sick I days in Jacksonville, last week.

tiFoMyth, Thelma Andrews, Annie May ;N. Walnut street. I for the last week, but is out again. I
week) the Telegraph told of which th'r.'a Kev. W. L Overstreet and daughter.
';Mercer, Julia Cnnova.recond This party came together to a apparent a disposition The :Meal; 1'rothers have ,
merry !lI ,
purehasoi :Miss\ ('al'l'
Al- proposed plan to Lend> for the] buildim, ;: among number of lending cit!- t eel visitors to Jackaomille -
Grade Joseph Poppell the
I celebrate the fifth birthday of I I another cultivator. This is two they partw'
of two main roads, one across the' zns to reconcile former differences uf first" of the week
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young hostess and presented 1 her with I I have and they keep them l busy Also, I
JKfThird Grade-Annie Belle Turner,, many dainty and beautiful gifts.! A i I county from north to south and,( ole opinion and try to get together on a they have a mule colt which i is KoJ.. C. Diggs 1 of Starke, will fill
from east to west. There arose what system similar: to first propeiseel.I I young his tegular appointment the Law'toy
.j Edna Strickland, Elizabeth Andrews,, ( peanut hunt was greatly enjoyed, and | tjjo worth mentioning..Mrs. ut -
? : seemed to be irreconcilable deferences, I ut of all the agitation it is hoped : :M\ K.: thurih. South, next Sunday
Dan Manning. found the largest
Charles Kickliter
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: Fourth and of citizens held I made townI nf her sister i Mrs. :Manning\ ,
at l
meeting building of
system
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TCreen Miriam Ortagus, Evelyn Pope. Games; the lawn oamo over from Jacksonville and
cundy as a pri/.o on spent
in Starke Tuesday night it was determined [ roads in Bradford, county. It bo last week, who has been sii)k for some! ,
M Fifth Grllde-EuA'E'ne'Matthews"" ,, were played! by the ninny pretty children may Sunday with their families.
to make an effort. to combine that it will result in th,' formation of tmie part ;
54 [jlilda Belle Bryan who resembled butterflies in i :Miss i Bridge: Kcddish was shopping -
m Sixth Grade-Ruth Poppell, Hugh their quick, graceful movements.The county commissioners districts three" I two special road/ districts, the second .V few from tins settlement went to ill Stiu'ke Wednesday.I .

fBrownlee, Jr.PRESOLD I four and<1 five into n special road district (one being formed, from the tomtorywest enjoy the movies at the State Farm I :. Matthews:' of :StarKe was a
----.-- dunng room where the hil.thclayI and \bond for roads leading from of New River, and that the ( Saturday; ; night.Lvfrjlmily visitor to Law'toy Sunday.

riONS OF RESPECTAt I feast", was in red served, and was white dII'minA'ly: the table decorated being - the 'lay county Jine through Starketo !''ty system inn I be, later ""' '' "'oun-I I : out A>lII'u are busy |obcit 1IIIIIIdIU.J'aA a visitor to
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white cake) Ruiford and from the Clay county joining up the roads in those districts ,picking beiiies" They seem to bo doing Jacksonville the first of the week

the regular meeting of All centered embossed by a large in red, icing the on line near Highland through Lawtey,' A good nutty cituens h.Ii.thi" will :, / mighty tine and are bringing! I I ;Mrs" lloiiry Bennett and' little
of which was' Sturke and Hampton to the Al.u-hu.i: be the best' solution of the situation. :
Friends Camp No. Ki8\ Woodmen "II. A.-1914.1919 the entire I good puce. daughters Carrie Belle and Klnorn, of
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' e ,the World, the following resolutions cake letters being surrounded by red loses, county line with u designated lateral The Mi'ting, outstanding feature ut I I ;Mr. llamlop was in town Friday and Jacksonville, are spending several daysin
from the north and south road to [ the present t time seems to be that
;i them and near" Luwtey this week
were adopted: touch five ted brought buck a loud of strawberryeiates visit-
and as" a finishing" tapers I
Brooker. (citizens. of '
heavenly tlju Sturke district lire determined ,relatives and friends
I &Whereas, it has pleased our gig
the hap-
added their twinkling light.to I
"' Father to take from our midst" our 8'ene.lrs: Adkins was assisted in I Petitibns covering this", new system that this opportunity to Tinlate planting time is making 1 Kev I.. A. Rawls, of Lake Butler,

: c"Slate, brother, W. E. Tillis; and'I I'( py serving by ;Mrs Roscoe McLuin; :Mrs.J. I were at once prepared and are now in start road building in the county shall I. th.flll'n1l"8 hustle for a quick way to 'tilled his" regular monthly appointment
the relations held by our circulation. They are being signedvery not pass! without being acted upon at the Lawtey Baptist church
[ Whereas, ,E. Wilson and Mrs Louis H. Hill, get the fertilizer and seed In the onSaturday
If : members of generally and it is believed a majority They want other parts of the county I
with the and
,I \deceased brother ground' thin by the old way of planting Sunday.
; of I
Lawtey. i iI I of the citizens of tho territory to join them if it be nnl I
can arranged I
j ,; ,,.th.Woodmen; lodge render it proper by hand and even at the present Miss Keliecca Whitehead was visiting
. 'I The guests enjoying this happy afternoon embraced in the proposed district will an equitable basis but determined ,
!r' that we should place oji record our I II I '' they are high prices of planters and distributors relatives in Starke Wednesday i
{ '1t were Betty McLain, Eloise sign them just as soon as they have that a start shall be made, and
I appreciation of his services as a I they are buying them. Among I Rev, I. C. Jenkins, of Jacksonville,
Ritch, Etholin White, Louise Stewart, an opportunity to do so. There are, of as a last resort, if nil other f
Woodman; therefore be it I I '' lucalitil'I I those who have bought are I\\. L. I I presiding elder of Jacksonville district _
.. Resolved, That in the death of Sov. ,, Owen Griflin, Charles Lucian Kickli course, minor objections here and should decline to join in Drownlee, T. A. Crawford and Theodore preached! at the law toy Mctho'dist -

Tillis the lodge loses a brother always ter, Walter McDonald, Jr., Paul there, but the general feeling: seem will ask for a special act of the I Norman. church" South, Sunday morning.In .

distressed, ', Knight, Annie Long, Billy Graham; to be that if we are ever to have im latine forming the Starke IE'lCiS-1 the afternoon the first
ready to help the needy and :Mrs A. L. llagwell spent the first quarterly
t' Evelyn Stump, Richard Long, Char- highways in the start bionic district into I t
proved county special
a a
:always an honest and upright man. j i i part of the week with her mother conference was held. There were three
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lotte Rosenberg, Ben Steinberg, Alice must be made somewhere and that triet the view the
h..ingthllt boundaries
I Resolved, That the lodge' tender its Mrs. J, L. Wan.en.Mrs. automobiles, fllled with members of the +
t- sympathy to the bereaved family of Fernandez, William Harvard ;Milton purely personal opinions and interests of the district could l b,. t'nlnrgell I : T A. Ciawford spoilt, the weekend Stai,'ke church, \ present at the confere'nct' !+
; Brownlee, Jr., Wilda Young, Richard must be sacrificed for the time extended other section
,your deceased! brother 'in their said afDiction. land I as get with her sister i in (li.iker.unit A'.I
!Hill
Wainwright Julia CllnoLoui"" bring. ready for the improvement, thus fm'nl'y 1
.r' I J. W. Byrd, of Clay Hill, was visitor
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r'', Resolved That these resolutions be Jr., of Lavvtey, Louise ruck Lester While this! development taking\ (developing; ] a county S'It"11from,' (tn I.awt.y Sunday.i .

t. "' spread upon the pages of the minute Price Robinson Leila )Den Andrews, place at Starke it i is! learned that a the start made at this time in the I I i :MISH Hill, of Alathuu, is a visitor d

book of the lodge and a copy sent tho Lucile :Mitchell meeting was held at Luke Butler atJl Stiirke district. I IlmUCfOfJIJCJIIf'IfKlf.uJQIICWJfJt.11 II I nl the home of I Rev. alll I :Mrs \\'. I L.Overs .

family of our deceased brother. rem' ''i

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c IUf.lm IQnf't\crQmJL1.1QfJacn; \ : /'){:lfJQI'JC l : : : ) : 11'1'.11II n : 1 Moseley, ,
.'. R. \". WILLIAM GOODKLL; : L.VW ---- ------ 1+s rte"P 10'n II .is sh.ilung hands; with his friends, in


'1''\; Rev William -Goodell; Law beloved ;;. Letters From Our> Soldier II;iSR i s Liivvtey'1'ho first.lust refilgerator week.] cur of straw-

"pastor of the First Baptist> church of Boyst it ,+9tv l b,.rl'v: was shipped! one, day last weekIt

Starke, ,died Friday evenings ;March n. :c. "slitsett \vas roli.siglK'il to C.' L & M .Ilingl -
:'] nth, at (II i o'clock. Dr. Law had be n it inr m f v">nnnor: Irlflnf'ITmr.mnMt'lC( rtt> XTOOncsrrt:: ini irir i t"R i >i ": II' l tSII'i-i i oiiiiulHsion merchants, of Now BFI

." In failing health for the pat'; font tM t ''l', ""is ('1111., Ceielos :Nmitiiiic: | {Tutees .' '' i. 'II"I i ,it to M I"t i I ( '"d.! ",,01| 1"n> 1., ( ',ilv.I f fI.

I .teen months but mud a 1 IMIIVP light s't/11r iwM S i France, Fehriimv :::!O. 1H'I! ) (the ultl,. ""n",11'' of M!"M:it'o I nil! I I.,+ist SunilaV morning Ii irnce M. II.h .

;.against the inroads of the I stomach: ', ir Mother: and 'Futhei': wi'itiou tour" or the nlTi'i,'ingol! Iin', .'" I b held, an interesting MI'rvlt.nnl'

I j* ,,;. trouble from which ho suffereil nn'il: 4b:4: 4t4f + I have written you once nr twice J l'viera.: 'I I, u i J'II1I i I*, was leil, by an all I man e
the latter part of January, when h. Love to gill i I"" .':ulllc iif the old favorite. SOURS
i 'in1 mv arrival in Cannes but feel I Ii
i ':\vas forced to give up and take to hi : i :it you would appreciate one good I n n 1-1:1-:1-\1.\:0.1.: : ::\ : \v ,I ig fuel 1 t'v men Ii'' h, 1 i. part

) (>.d. At this time he called his son ''I iir letter from me telling of this math Engineers: ,\.1'. () Tlii. ,\. I;;. p Yt Fti ; 1 't t tin- ing h"1 pe ,il\ I"'U

Mr.: Blanchard I D. Law, home from UK ", ,"tiCul, country. It is a fond wish> 'M 'IH'I'! '''t'eI''t' Mis (Hut K :nail; it seas
''P' Theological Seminary ,ot the ?
1. '. Southern Baptist) "l- I Iy eiijnypil by t congregation.tin 4
that might bo hero
mine you somome Pvt. HenryVhitehend! sun ..if :Mr .
his until he recovered .. both
.i> : to supply pulpit i onglrgationP' were largo
its wealth of loveliness.
to enjoy
and Mis.V., I Wlnti'hiMid, of, I bake ,
.. or until the close of his yeardwith in''lining 1 mill evening
: I i' 'hips you shall. At any rate 1 am flutler, ill Ni''rllclOl'f n'rlllllny.1with
is now
J the (church April 15th. \ m w puino has been installed atdi.iie
; I 34) ding you a quantity of postal cardv Co K:, Kid: II. :S. Infantiv, ll"-
; K:. church t the kind
-r: Dr. Law was born October) 2d, ISlii: ;, 2' La th.1rImo of the Cote D'Azuro ( Iue!! Side) left Lake Butler] for Juno .M through
S camp on ,
ol J. I D Itandnll. It has ,
m -s I. proved
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Indiana. Ills education ,
lit Solsborry ,
y ist from" Cannes to the Italian bor-
I 191! IH, and! after one month in he
camp
Ij "was received in the common school ,. tilnng lie( Kivlern. to bo a gieut asset to the work of tlioSuiidiy
.I',', at the Indiana Miile-d for FI'II'frolll' New York. In' II I\Iti': r i-'ini: school 'I ho Hinging last Sunday
of his horn" ,
county ,( : The I climate here, 18pry much like'rt two letters to his mother, the lirst of .. mailer, of Mm.
State Normal) School and at the Indiana Son :Mi awl Mi .1 : Wluli the leadership
': State University In his young, +y : of Florid., pprlnps more modor- thev have h.id Pine( Nov Dili I I he head ol Ial, li:,,ill.i I 'I"1r'I., }'"tognuIII '' Bates shnweil" a marked) improvement
.... e than' that of the latitude of Tam- .stated that be went on the front the '
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jnnnhoeSd he taught school, from the hurt set'n \ I""J! 1\\''''': lis' srvr over previous' efforts.Mr .

';. (;/Ji.t I,. countrychool: house to professorshipj ..,. It is. never in cold in winter The ;growth is notwarm first of "r>tl'mhl'r nnd stayed until |' 'e ,"'loss Ih. neroI,. IIl1d I is now :\ , and !1irs..1. D. HllnI.\lIl1n,1: .
summer. the armistice signed I UP thinkshe
f., -' in high schools and normals '. n: "a; \ ''I Will with t the. Aue'ri'au' 'arm. ? III' III'CIIIMmi ltate: spent" :Monday in .Jacksonville.I .
vegetation is luxurious. Flowersi will the :States.Ills .
son return to i
tuulgave I tion in Later he entered the ministry Batt, F.. 1 ,Ili) F. A.. A L: I i I. now i r vv. here as I have never "...II.thl'm letters follow( which will be of I r
service 1 to those who attend GrntuM ; -
of faithful I -- \4 ,promised
thirty: years in CiOiinersdorf.; German; a nu'm 1 fore. ] cactus and
. I .'< '' 'Mil'I Palms some pinl'8'f'W interest ti> his many fiiends1Nirondnif : I ::).PING: (t 1"I') 'i 1'111-:: H ,\Y SHOUTu.i ; K.: chhrth Sunday morning andevening.
X t A ol \Pv 1.1'hrowtr I l.
of the
her !'IllY Occupation' much as in Florida, though perup' '
Geirniiny.lIVb. ; : 1:0BlU: ; : 1/1-011" < 011I'n'; i .
well preaching .
us
living religion as
ins 1
MMO
i son of :Mi, tad' :
and beaiifi'l
ia more luxuriantly more -
Before to Florida eight 10th, l III! m.! : It'v.lfl',1, Kvemlen: was in .Ljclcsfinville -
it coming A. Throw, Jr., and belongs to end of course, flowers in great Dear :\llIthl'r-.1 I will' write | The first lay I Bradford,
he had held pastorates! in : you a sprat, in nn :Momlny. He/ 'left again onWedesday
t years Indiana ago, Arkansas and South Dakota. thfamous" Second, Division that the ii'iundance', wean great perfumeries.. few lines! to let you hear from 111(-. Am county 1 happened" to notice in one of morning fur. Jacksonville, ,
hard during
y "hen he came to this state he locatedat did! so much fighting I spent one day visiting the quite well( anti doing iiI11,1'1'! all lit home ; the grocery stores in Starke a bale of 'Hastings) and' I like ('''IIIU tn completfi s

Winter Haven, and from there came year 1918.! famous perfumeries, of Orasse.: I"ent are well. I landed lit Liverpool, England : timothy hayI I at once' asked the proprietor his work us district! director, of thoCetitenaiv

to Starke about three years ago to accept - .---.---.. through tho quite| will known the Itth of August and was in of the stun, if he hail the hay Cmiipnign in the Methodist"

,s 1call to the pastorate of the HOG ('1I0'O'l! ) ) : 'IIWI. IN --'lIl't! of Giriuifl; and Fils, whose per- England: about one week when I wentto to sell to farmers and he replied thatsome Sunday xchools. of hl. district Tho

First Baptist church. j I 111\111-0111I < 'or.vn' "1Jmrs are very extensively ador.tised Fraudwhere" I joined the I2ni\\ "if it went to the farmers nt this pastor" : ,is expii'tid to return tonight or

(' in Aml.'r <'a. I can say with Division (tIt l *,wn us the Uambovv, I Division season of tho yeiii ,bptnusi, many fof tomorrow\ ,
In 'fRn: Dr. Law was married to depend o"t hesitation that the factory" win ) which was some of the first ,, them tin" not grow enough lo I last all .. . .
Miss Allie Railsbuck. of Terra haute, On" of the mast pr'fitahlc and .
Ve without doubt the sweetest place I'v"I. ' here We went on the the I must that it does not .
v children born ihlr crops in IStadfoidcou ,( oops o\er year say SI'NDU\ / Ill' SliaiClIS) ::; AT
To them four were ; fin !ray
Ind. ;I.' "n in during nil my young life. f-ont'tlv t first of September, and tny- spenk well of the farmers" in a stnple Ii11 1'1 IIS'I'Itl'It'II\ t : e
TJtwo of whom died in childhood, the ty i is tin hog crop anil vi t as longas
Another inter"liotingthing' that I erl there until the armntice was signed crop' county to practice buying his vahipp"i _
;. others being ;Mr. Blanchaid 1 D Law cholera is allowed to upload among
Then started for (Germany; going from the North It not
of Grassewas we .
i found in the quaint village may Hymn.Seripture
'r And Miss Doris Law of this city Besides the hugs of I he county, the hog crop is
the ordinary through Belgian and Luxunilmig, always be, possible fur farmerto
his immediate family he had no the one that is most liable to suddenly a candy factory-not every lesson 1 and prayer.
relatives in Florida, except/ a niece, and unexpectedly result in large/,\ losses American kind nor even the ordinary arriving in iermiuiv; on )Dee.) Srd I produce all his I hay lint there certainly I Flng salute und !song Little( Chillf
French kind. In fact it is arrived, where I am stationed now on ought to be enough farmers in "
: A. Wall of this city. His slater drenOn
Mrs. E. ,
not even called a candy factory but ni !Dee. Ith. and have been here ever every vicinity who have hay to sell)) to 'host, 1 rn sfection.Soni ,
:Mrs. E.: A. ;McKee, of Indian.:))!)- controlled if our
cholera be
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log : can ,"1 i pivet'r." It is known as the :Mnison sire. (. This is n small town near the supply/ those who for varioi's reasons *, oynl I Soldiers-L. 1'. L.
:i his Inl.'isitd him during his last the their
farmers will use means ut Joseph ;Negro (the (House of JoiephV"gre Rhine roes I don't do anything ex- fail to. grow enough fur their workstock Recitation. A HeroOwen Griffin.
and left for \home only the day for controlling it. To do
illness
: command : :! ) I had the pleasure of mooing ept drill n f''w hours, Inch: day, and -. Making Old, GloryFour Girl,
before his death it being thought at this it is necessary to prevent the church SundayVc, ul] Monsieur Nogre who personally en In on / every so SangGirls from I., 1'. I,.
.' that time that there was an improvement spread by ronlininjr sick hog', burning" t r inducted 1 me through his factory )ln \h.ivijhuws. through the week. I was H" to be without hay nt this Opinions of Great Men and Women! ,

in his condition all the dead animals and by the mite of "showed me sixt'en (rontrocts, eovi'1'- 'MI! ( olii.I N, na in ,Jiimmrv and saw' Furl time i nhouM begin at once to prnpure a -loy! and) Girls.:

x' At II oVloik Saturday morning the arum on those which show no signsof in-jr years of time, given him by the Whitten hut did not get to speak( to pit trh of ground and pl-mt It to "fir1"' Heading: The Two rmi.Mrs. K.M. .

"'',. oody w.i-: carried to tho church to sickness kings of EngTtnd, Italy and all great \Him. I do not know his address or I amber or ornngr variety of norirhui" i Johns.

. Which h,. had given three years of The St..tf' Live Stock sanitary board European countries. ll<> said,( that his would K" to see him. I do not know If thin i is cline at once it will nut I I'. Recitation and, Song--L. T. L.

consocrati 1 :service and lay in state keeps n man in this! territory who house! hail made sweets for these rump how long we will be liere. but I thinkwe many weeks until he will have all Hiroughapo Instrumental Duo -Meodamos: Jones

until :t i p. m.. the hour for the funeral upends all his time in vaccinating hog "1'8 for over one hundred years. ills will ii'tuin to the States soon. If his) horses and mules) w II and Ferryman

Many friends called during this time lie has three counties to cover and of ;I roducts were conserved fruits; and WP don't, I think I will have n chance+ need. lie ran beifln feeding on Horrhuni "- .I"'ri..n-\IJ\le: \ quartette. "

'.ktoi take a last look at the kindly facet I course it is impossible for him to treat "' ineliod flowers.* The latter are quite to see Italy. Will lose for this time. as soon fig it begins to h"nd nnd Chorus, Sound the Jubilee-Chorus, '

:' o( thl.s truly good! man. all the hogs himself. Tho county agentis are, but wonderfully" delicate and P'(:- HENRY. feed it gor..n.Vork horses wl'l' do Reasons for Hf'jo"'lnA'-It C If,

.:i'.Thp funeral servie; was conducted! also ready and willing to vaccinate '!'Ii..it". These fruits he puts in sweet-' better on preen sorghum than they Abernathy.

by' Rev r.V.. 1 Kickliter, appropriate'music hot't far the farmers! free (lcxcepfthe "neil juices and sots away in oarthonwnre :Nancy, France, will fed on hay" and It will require.. less, i UTi-rtory. -Oichestru.I'ncle .

!being. furnished: ly a select1 I lost of t iK) serum) for farmers in howls for thr.e months, then Feh I If, 1\1\ I 10.! l ruin to keep them In pood woikmg'onditl'iM. : !Sam an.1unt Columbia'

choir. The church w ,,- .elaborately! U.i
beautifully decorated, nnd thc,. were th" vicinity and it is not possible The city, of Cannes Pearl of the lines to let you know where I am Ami I w-tU l claim that green feed (IH not (Chorus Th Irty.f1 ve voices.

many, beautiful floral pieces. As! a to secure the services of the vetermar- '' Riviera," is n beautiful and cultured on a I It i day furlough and I urn going' good for work stock but every farmer 1'enodic.tion.country! ( .

mark of respect the business houses inn of the Lire Stock sanitary hoard. .:ity. It is clean, modest and aristo- to Parii tonight/ and, then to that I have over seen who has given

closed during the ceremony. "i In i ny ,ev. tit we must all work together ratio.i There are a thousand beauti! but don't know where I will Bour.loux'i sorghum n fair trial would l not try to was recently put on eastern!

,'The pall-hearers' were: Active, J. F. to stump out this dread disease! ful'illa" in the city or on the mountain there. I hear my division, Is to sail I get along without green sorghum for time, which IH one hour faster! than

Kickliter J. C. Poppoll, Perry Dover, I) among the hogs and place the swine sides behind the city. And then for the States soon, and if they doI his work stock during the summer standard l time in use here for many!

H. L. Brownloo J. T. Quigley, T. ::0.1'1 industry in Bradford county on a more on i the mountain tops and above the will not return to Germany but will months. year, : The advance to bo made next

LJmbaugh. Honorary, L. C dependable basis. line of villas there lies a snow throughout loin them at some embarkation point. One of the ways to increase the Sundaywill mike our time two hour

W T. Weeks, J. W. :Morgan, J. E. O. W. CASWELL.: this time, of the year. It is a great Am having a fine time h'rei; took a prosperity of the Bradford county faster than when wo used standard

Futch. County Agent. contrast of the elements for only today swim in a hot sulphur swimming pool'' farmers! ii for everyone of them to resolve timo. Train schedules will conform

liThe interment was at Crosby cem ---.-'_. I came out of the hotel clad in yesterday We are sure having some I at once to plan their crops so to the new time and the only wayto

IIVKI-.m: WILL MOVE TO =NEW flannel trousers! and the thinnest tennis cold weather, the ground has! been covered thwoy will, after this! spring, never bo keep from getting left will be sim

etery., QUARTERS: [ shirt that Spaulding makes During with now ever since Christmas. guilty of buying hay shipped from the ply to move watches up an hour. I I
|Few men have ever had a stronger my tennis game, I was practicing Will close as I have not any new of North. O. W. CASWELL, I The banks in Stnrko have decided, to

: hold upon the affections of the people The Model Bakery, J. O. Turner, for my match with Williams, 2nd interest County Agent. open at 10 o'clock a. m. and close at
and the
of;this community death of Dr. Law sorrow Is felt proprietor, will move this week to the American champion, tomorrow, lot. II EMU Y. TIME NEXT 4:30: p. m., which will give their cmtomorq -
caused by the new location next door to J. C. Man ten stopped and, looking at the snow -- =' SUNDAY the same. opportunity for thotransaction
by: aD classes of citizens. His bereaved a' mountain behind A. Z. Adkins and family motored to I of busAuiss at 'present.
have the ning's. :Mr.: Turner Intends to make on the tops me, mop- ns .'
wife and son and daughter specialty of the famous Butternut ped the perspiration from my brow Gainesville! Sunday, returning Tues Congress having fnllM to repeal the Other business houses will probably

sympathy" of the entire in community.the make-up bread in the.future and has ordered and wished that fate might place just day. While there they were guest at "daylight saving, law" the time will be change their hours to conform to the ('

:; M (Through an error omit- modern bread-mixing equipment for one of those wonderful mountainssomewhere the home of Mrs. Adkins' mother, Mrs. advanced one hour next Sunday morn. new time. The school will open at

Jut' week y" the above. article was better handling this trade. i in Florida." :M. E. Edwards. ing, at 2 o'clock. This part of the 930.
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fAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH; STARKE, FLORIDA
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'I Considerable 1'ood for Germany I Mesdames: Minnie Hewitt, Amanda I' I'. Deklo received a letter from
Available in England;; I Purrish and Mattlo Drawdy were his nephew, Thos. E Dekle, who has ''

There Is available in England l for guests of :.\1 rs, Lillian Dekle Saturday. been in France since last November,
immediate movement to Germany approximately :Marion Dowling, of Lake Butler, Pvt. Dekle writes that he is well, hu>--
\ in Five ;\Iile,8utm'day. ing plenty to cut, a good place to sUi ",
:0,000} tons of pork products '. was a business visitor
M, p p f p 5,000 tons of beans, 6,000 tons lut, -ho just wants to get back hon"',
i / "t'rice and 15,000; tuns> of cereals The | ;Master Frank Murphy wall attend- us there U not much to do over then
I'tilted States. has l in Rotterdam and I ing to business in Worthington Sat- now. His many friends: here will hcmi-! ',I
''e on the way there approximately 75- urday. ily echo his wish nail extend him ,i
1 t I I I 000 tons of breadstuff I j Ancil Parrish and Miss Oliver Andrews warm wcilcome on his return. aMiss

the net,oval joy smoke I t I A summary! of the agreement shows I were married Sunday oftor- : Mae Dukes was the guest 'f ".
> '(If that payment by Germany; will be :, noon at the home of the bride's fath- :Miss Norma Dekle Saturday uftu-'

i I made by freight, hire accruing to the Ier| :Mr." W. II. Andrews. Their many noon. ___ .
i I (,ernuule for the use of the shipping fl'iend"'i' h them u long and happy -
I IIII6/ fl'om'I'rl'llill that life. EAST STARKK NEWS
/ i and part : Germany ,
r 1 dIl i i exports' : ; putt from the sale of Gcr- i :Mr. and Mrs. Jessie fowling and, ,
Illy III IIIt | man-owned foreign securities and daughter, Ramie, of Kaiford, were the :Mr. and 1 ;Mrs S.Iorgall. ; had us
+ part by the use of German gold. I guests of Mr. Dowling's sister :Mrs. their guests last we'kIr: and :MrN. -,.

'y ., yi II II The Germans agreed I to place a deposit I IJJ. L, 1 Dukes, Saturday.. and Sunday. I II ;, Guthrie and little son, of Tampa
; L I., 1 of gold in the.' National Hank of i ;\11'slInnlo:\ Wilson und childrenleft :Miss Agnes :Margin visited Miss
Belgium' ut Brussels for use a-t col- ;Monday, for Pulutka to join her Peurl Hornsby Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .
Y; lateral. | husband he having secured work nt : Allen Underhill visited her
I ----- that place. parents, :Mr. and :Mrs.' J. F. Drew,
r yv I i Hate American Crews Ready to Man 1).1. O. Green and family, of Drook- Friday.Mrs. II

; German. Ship i er, Tommle Thomas and family, of ; Nat Williams visited, :Mis. .
:New; YOI'k.Inrch: 15.Several hundred Dukes, and ;Mrs Addie, Holdon, of palatkn Florence, Hornsy Friday afternoon. "
I American officers and seamen were Sunday guests of their M. :$Morgan:\ visited his parents,
E' k. f .itInched, to the< cruiser\ and transporttinccs. \ ) pnrl'nts11'; and :Mrs.\ B. .J, Thomas" Mr. and ;Mrs, S. Jo', :Morgan, Sunday.
it itII already have been sent to Dr. King, of Lake Butler, visited ;Miss. Agile Morgan visited :Mi-- ,
j I tench ports to take over the German Five :Mile\ profesisonnlly Sunday after Carrio, Green Sunday.! '
II (hip, us they arc delivered, it was R'\'. Gel Fouler preached at Sar-
/ I.irned' here! today. They are to be noon.Mrs."' 1., G. Johnson was the guestof ilis church Saturday.Mrs. .
i///// c ., -tipple-indited' 1 forces stationed abroad. The first of :Mrs-rs. I D. I, Blume, L. (!. and Geo. Springs/ i visiting her mother, :Mrs.\
,1J /, d f,. : { r l l t i the German ships is expected to ar- Johnson, T. J. and J. E. Dekle wore Fnnnii1 Underbill':
tr Copyright Ift! 'ViM.r.TobuuLu trl, :f.I' 1.lhat'" shortly after) April 1. callers nt the home of I' P. Di-kle S. F. Morgan visited J. W. keen
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uoNEVER I .
Sunday. 'ful'-day. "
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II Sunday :March, 23rdb"ing: the birthday --- ---
4 (4 a:, II :MAItltlii: ritKNCH: WOMEN; anniversary *,f's:\, Martha FEE) OUTOl'H\ HOGS I

',yl was uch right-handed-two- Touchstone, friends and! relatives SIX \VKKKS; KARLIKIt;
s smokcjoy us you puff out of n c, f I'al'illInrdl: 15.-Within the last gathered 1 to olfer/ the usual congratu-j:
.sear il.OOO Americans in France have lation- and! wish her In every Jot of hogs on feed two or
I happy re-
pipe packed with Prince Albert I c many
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jimmy
? married French Women, according to turns.Three children, fourteen grandchildren three fatten quickly find actually eat '
That's because P. A.. hao the quality fl I I the Petit .Journal. The brides for and ten great-grandchildren ,less than others. If all would l fatten

4 ' the most part, says the newspaper, were" prernt. i| 'like these, the entire drove would be
You can't fool taste them _ '
your apparatus any more you
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were country girls or employes ready for the market six cur-
''' can get five aces out of a family deck! So, when you hit ,1 1 town establishments.PIVK, Kid. Joe Kelly delivered, ) an able nndinstructive I Her and to save six weeks' feed is an pitem
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Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour '- ; IIII I, afflicted/ mother in Israel. :Mrs.' Touchstone i' that you fully understand. '

+ earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, MILK: several years ago suffered/ n The prime hog condition.that fattens The easily B. A.must Thorn-bo 'I''I'in

\ you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line / Five :\Mile :Men. 28.-:Mrs. P. O. stroke of paralysis and, has' since "C'ndl'ni..d ''us Hog Powder is a conditioner, for

I Dukes, of Dukes, was the guest of her attendance at her church hogs./ It keeps their system clean .!
Prince Albert's alone it in class of its
quality puts a own, IIII mother, :Mrs\ Amanda Gainey, Tues- Misses Norma Dekle, Earn Dowl- and healthy and enables them to fat ,
but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive day.Two ing, Delle and Mac Dukes, :Messrs. I ten quickly without falling a prey to ,t

patented process that cuts out bite and parch-well-you motor parties: ivz, Mr. Nettles John Parrish, Dewey Dukes, :Marcus the usual discuses of hogs. The B. .
feel like flock of dictionaries to rind words and son, W. C. Townsend, Willie De- Dekle and Ardell Drawdy attended n ;iA.. Thomas' Hog Powder is not stock ,
getting a enough
+, .1' kle and, Messrs Geo. Alderman, Rus- pound party at the hospitable home of I' food. It's straight medicine and we ,.
I to express your happy days sentiments sell Chastain, and Mike Klondes, of Mr. and Mrs Jordan Waters Entur-'; I took the agency because it enables you ;
Lake Butler, visited Five :Mile last day evening. They report a good time I I to feed out your hogs much earlier !
(j Toppy nd bagt, tidy red tint, handtomm pound and half-pound tin l
week. and wish soon to receive invitations to
humidors-and-that clammy practical pound crystal 111_.humidor with : Sold by ,
tpong moimtmnmr top that hmp thm tobacco in much perfect condition. Mesdames Norman Parrish, Amanda another social gathering. Who's next ? J. C Manning, Starke. "
I'I' Thomas and! Addie Blume were the The pleasant weather of the last Douglass & Knight, Lake Butler. 1
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winaton-Salem, N. C /guests of Mrs. Aggie Parrish Tuesday few days has put our farmers to hust W. L. Overstreet, Lawtey.A. .

1 1p i ling./ They seem anxious to plant D. Andrews, Raiford.J. .
i Mrs. D. I. Blume was an appreciat-{ while there's a good season. V. Jones, Hampton.-Adv.

i ADDED PROOF THAT GERMANY NEWSPRINT PAPER MAKERS TO GERMANS: :' GIVE UP SHIPS ed caller at the Dekle home Wednesday -I, .. . . _.
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PROVOKED WORLD WAR IN 1914 ASK FOR HIGHER PAY AND WILL RECEIVE FOOD s I
? Mesdames B. L. Dukes, Amanda |

Secret DUpatches Sent By Austrian Workers Will Demand Increase Of 15 Surrender Total Of 700 Ships-Giant Thomas, Misses Mae and Gladys I[
Ambassador PIT Cent It Is Reported Of 52,000 Ton To United States Dukes visited Mrs. P. P. Dekle last I
4 t Thursday afternoon. I,
Paris. March 13.-Two dispatcher Albany, N. Y.-Newsprint paper Paris! l\Iarch.-Ul1der the agree :Messrs. W. C. Townsend, Dick Hew- ,
.41 t sent in cipher by Count von Szogyeny makers will demand an increase of 15 ment which the Germans made with itt, Fred Owens and Willie Dekle, of I
u t e'I e Mariach, Austrian ambassador before per cent in wages/: for next year, beginning the allies yesterday at Brussels, the Lake Butler, visited Five Mile Thursday -'
tt ; the war, to the Austro-IIungarian !/: May 11, at the conference in United States will receive eight Gen- I
', foreign ministry, showing that Germany New York, March 18, between employers man ships which will be ready to go Dewey and Dana Dukes and Nelson''
was backing Austria ,in her war and representatives of the Inter to sea within four days. The vessels Dekle were guests of Marcus and
r like attitude toward Serbia, have been national Brotherhood of Paper :Mak : are the Zepplin of 15,200 tons, the I Oren Dekle Saturday

made public by M. I R. Vesnitch, Serbian Prinz Friednch Wilhelm of 17,000, the I Marcus and Norma Dekle returned I
f minister to France. As printed, I ers.The paper makers' representatives Graf. Waldersee of 13,000()() tons, the Patricia to Lake Butler Sunday, having spent THE UNIVERSAL CAR
in the Journal des Debuts the mes nay the national war labor board recently of II, Kit! tons, the Cape Finis- the week-end I with their parents. I II II

M, sages read: I decided that the average/: Increase terre of 14,500 tons, the Pretoria of I I Messrs. Jno. Mott and L. S. Dekle, The Ford Motor Company have instructed -
in the cost of living: was 15 13.200: ) tons, the Cleveland of 16.900 of Lake Butler, were business visitors
"Herlin, July 23;;, 1H! I- It is generally )'
supposed here that u negative per cent, and, therefore, wage increase tons, and, the Kaiserin Augusta Victoria 'in Five :Mile Saturday. us to sell the genuine Ford '
\ should be, in conformity. I of 25,000: () tons. I Messrs. J, L. Simpson and Dennis
reply from Serbia will be followedon Parts to any and every reliable Garage
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The giant Imperator of 152.000 tons Argo were Slturllay"IOIitors in Five
immediate ilecUira The the
our part by un minimum wage in papermills
tion of war and military operations.And now is $::1 (0) !I. I If the increase prevails I also will go to the United States. At Mile. who will pledge their use in the repair I
the present time the Imperator is. | Mack Thomas who has been working '
mljournmmt of military l. the maximum wage! will be $1 I of Ford cars. The genuine Ford Parts
operations uciuM I bu considered, un hour for skilled, workers only. I stuck in the mud, but it is believed, at Rodman for some time, is visiting -
here. in very, dangerous on account of ---.---- she can be flouted in a few days.; 'I his parents, Mr. un.1Irs, B. J. arc absolutely necessary to the owner of

I' intervention by other powers. We are .\ IIY DICTION): ;,VRYAeohol I The total ships made available tothe Thomas Ford that he full service II!
counselled uitli the greatest insist-" allies under' the agreement number 'I Master! Oren Deklo spent Saturday cars may get f

ant'U to pass immediately into notion 1 1lighly: \ rectified kpirit. I more" than 700, approximating: I night and Sunday with his cousin, Nelson from his C tr.Ve carry them and so,

and, thus put the world. in face of Used us a pl'.ser'lIti'et'nlel1t\ in medicines ,. (ClnClClo)() tons. I I Dekle. I we hope, in a short time will every'reliable J I II
accomplished fact etc. Tho vessels going to the United !Bob Parrish and family visited :Mrs

Tho! second dispatch, marked"strictly leer: A fermented extract ofports I States are ,passengers, on account of Eva Kenfroe Saturday, returning on Garage. We solicit your service
L of various plants, na spruce, the American desireto use them for Sunday.Mr. .
secret : business because we have the Ford Methods -
r says ginger' sassafras, etc. the transport of troops. :I and :Mrs.\ Allan\ Parrish, of
"JUcrlin\ July i7, lull; -It is> -
generot' ;
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{ state Vila just declined to mu positively Champagne: A province in France.Chaser Those going to France and England Brooker, passed! through Five :Mile on the Ford Parts, the Ford Mechanicsand
1 : One who or that which, immediately I Saturday enroute to visit relatives in
are cargo vessels in neutral the Ford wouldbe
f but under the! seal of must I' prices. Incidentally
thud's.l'ucktail I ports in South and Central America Dukes.
f billet secrecy of mediation that noon by eventual England fiupObitiona will- :: A horse with a docked and l the Dutch Indies They will i I Mr. and :Mrs. James Parrish visited: glad to get your order for one or :
tail. be permitted to leave with for relatives Brooker
cargoes i; near Saturday, returning Ford .
be to the of more cars.FORD
brought knowledge your Cognac/: : A town in France. Germany with German crews, but Sunday.
excell.'n(' '. The German. government: Cordial: Hearty. Sincere under allied flags./: When ships put out
.. assures me in the most convincing Drunk: Past participle of drink from German ports to be handed over i Habitual Constipation Cured'In GARAGEA.
manner that it in no WilY identifies1 I Ij Gin: A machine for separating the they will be manned by Germans, but I 14 to 21 Days
itself with the propositions; that it is seeds' from cotton I on arrival in allied l ports< the crews "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- W. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors

absolutely against their being taken I It Liquor: Any liquid substance, as will be replaced by allied crews and prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative) for Habitual STARKE, FLORIDA
into consideration and J that it will water, milk, sap, etc. the Germans returned. Constipation. It relieves promptly but
t ) Port: A harbor. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
only transmit them to us to /gve effect induce .
regular action. It Stimulates and
Punch: A thrust or blow.
to Minister the English/ Vesmtch request." I Rum: Queer od (English slang). LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES Regulates.bottle. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
then quote the! per
Souse
: Something steeped In pickle -
message sent July :30, ls>14, from Sir as mackerel or pig's feet. OFF --
Edward Grey, the British foreign min r
Tank: A large basin. A cistern.
inter
to
Ambassador Goschen
at Berlin -
offering, if the crisis passed to Whiskey: A light carriage built ,
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Doesn't hurt! Lift
for motion. any com or
take satisfactory the iniative to Germany.in arrangements The minister GOOD rapid ROADS RALLY-. Exchange. callus off with tiniersDon't "A Receipt in Full

lays that neither Sir Edward Grey NXET MONDAY NIGHT

Foreign Minister SaionoflT, of Russia, -
or Premier Viviani! of France, then Uu.al l, Clay St. Johns AI. hua. Vol. TUfTUf
knew positively that Germany want usla and FUgler< Will be Represented.
ed war. I That is what you have for every bill! of account you pay by check. You don't even

The minister cincludes: Palatka. Mar. 14.-The Good Roads need to make a memorandum of the payment. The bank keeps the account for you.
Rally called by Palatka Business ,
"If any one is Incredulous, let him' .
Men's Association for next a
Monday 4 4C
meditate on the foregoing documents.!
---..- -- night at the Court House in Palatka Your Cash Always Balances
WILL EMPLOY 200.000 IN bids fair to be a much more Important r $ % 0s q
NEW meeting trfan the sponsors had ,
L FORD FACTORY dreamed.
You have no trouble hunting receipts and receipted bills.
up Just call on the bank
1 Detroit, Mich.. March 16t-Plans Already they have been given to
of Henry Ford for a new company to understand that representatives oi for your check and you have the evidence complete.

f build automobiles cheaper than at, the county boards of Volusia, Alach-
; present on the market contemplate any i j i ua, Clay, Duval, Saint Johns, Flagler This bank solicits your deposits I age or small, and invites you to pay your bills throogb

I the employment of about 200,000 I and Putnam counties will be present, it. It' the SAFE way.
workers when fully in operation the I and the need of better roads connecting -

manufacturers said todIY.Accor"in I these counties will be thoroughly We 4 cent. on savings accounts
pay per compounded quarterly. Place
discussed! and an effort made to secure your Liberty
to Mr.! Ford the new corporation I united action. Bonds and other valuables in a safety deposit box, coat small.
will m no way interfere with suffer! A tiny bottle of
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the old Ford company: that he had no CAMP JOHNSTON( TO )Freezone costs but a few cents at any .
% intention of relinquishing' control of BE KF.TAINI drug/ tore. ,Apply few drops on the
) the majority stock of the old stock, I AS PERMANENT: : ; : ; CAMPi : corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bottom BRADFORD COUNTY

and that he was not in the market for of feet then lift them oft, BANK
Washington, March
a .single share owned by other stock i 15-Acting When Fr..zonrl'nl0\'"'' corns from
"'i holders.Mr. I Secretary the of War Crowell hoe approved the toes or calluses from the bottom Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
recommendation that: of feet, the skin
: Ford said beneath is left pink
a year would be
necessary Camp Johnston, Jacksonville: Fla., ESTABLISHED 1889
to his and healthy and never sore, tender or
get now company in full I be retained as
1 owing.t camp. permanent military I' irritated.-Adv.- :No.' 283. sr STARKE, FLORIDA


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'tl'E-- -- - BAKER CO. QUARANTINE BEING .ask for my final discharge as admin
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VIOATEll BY POTATO DEALERS istratrix of the estate of J. E. Barton
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News of Florida in Shott Paragraphs. I I deceased. I

''I I County Agent Hat Taken Matter Up p I This 2.Uh day! of January, 1919.
With Plant! Hoard

[Live State News J "In absolute defiance of the state I _ I 1-21-fimo./ EVELINA Administratix.NOTICK BARTON- -:.

and federal quarantine laws certain
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unscrupulous farmers and l venders
> II..- powerwl..il. In th.m isis th.. School
: Told by Our Exchanges. are said to be bringing sweet potatoes S 'i I I..".. .., tho Stato of Plorldn. tho llnard l of
I'ubllo. I nm ruction of Rradfurd County
from Baker county and selling! themon K hprrhy
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p .n tn hi-ld In SI.I-OM' | School
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17. 2. Ifl. H. :2.". ,III anal, S.

""The steamer Cushnoc, a nine thousand like an ox, after which he reversedthe I County Agricultural Agent w. L'I ( (, an Sntunliiy li-ctlnu three April Iro.Blh.. ...19i...| for. for mch the purpoutnf d'ulrlrtalM.v.

ton steel vessel, was launched I axe, using the blade and choppedhis Watson, who is always on the p. pp I .. nanii-d ...,1 I to ...-..rmln.. the amount ofinllliiup 4
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at Pensacola Saturday and the keel when it comes to looking out for matters i > "
victim up horribly about the neck For tho rtlrim.o of holdlnu tho sold I i'b'.
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that in effect the
for the sixth vessel to be built here may any way ,- S llona thi followlnii/ manaicera have \'.vn ao- 'I
will be immediately laid. She will and shoulders, until life was extinct. agricultural interests of Duval coun- & : ,.,tinted :
He then turned,! on another attend. 5 l'I..I So. 1T -E. M"nr- I-:. M. Colnman. )
"I rf'gi' ter the same tonnage as the ty. \1. \V 1.11": ..
I")/' Cuchnoc. ant and would have killed him also, "It is common knowledge" says :Mr. 1! _ 0 Pi.trlet, No. :a-A. M. Wllliamn. II John.,

f'i! but the latter had been given a mo- Watson, .'that Baker county is infested VI t t (:na-u.
l.1.erl1 i No. 16 -J. 1 M. nniwnl.-r) J. I.. UnIn .
Miami beach is to have an eighteen- ments warning by another patient. with the much drl'lIdpd'e1 potato I I I d ,lull. .1 I .1. CroBliy. '

I story hotel, the Flamingo, and it will and escaped. The raging lunatic I weevil a pest which if allowed! I II II 1"|II 1_'"tM, : lIr No.,.. I4- -JIj. ,"./II. Joel! OrilTIi.

l (be constructed at; a cost of $1,500,000.( was finally captured I. disarmed and to spread would most assuredly ex- (; -:__ I nutrlct 1 No. i'O: --C. C. McCall. W. II Alder-" .
The new hotel is to be ready for the taken back to the hospital where he I terminate the sweet potato lldustr)'. 5 "HIM n. HUM Dicki.liiHlint .
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., II'r.' t N... It-, -.1. V. Elwad.. W. M. list'
fnext tourist season, and Carl G. Fishier was placed in close confinement. and that very quickly. In some way ,.1'' W II. 1"/1./

and J. A. Allison, the builders are this pest gained entrance into Baker I .., No tIT.. I.. Chanccy, J. T. An.
1 lit 5 'a I. (i. JohnMon..
[to rush the work this summer. ''''henliss: :Maude\ Averiett, of Jen- county some time in 11117! und! a great i. L. C. 1'OWEr.L.

I I I|f flings Flu., ansi a young man named many fields in that county have been t hnirmnn) Hoard I'uMIe Iniitriirtlon llradford, II

E. Everett Mould, a winter visitor Hurley, walked into Ordinary ]Hoi- found to be heavily infested. by !government C'lninty: Florida.Attivt .

:, (in St. Petersburg, found an alligator combe's office ut Valdosta, Ga.. Thursday I and state inspectors. A most ERMETICALLY( K: H.. rOPPRM )

I six feet long in his back yard at his to obtain a marriage Incense rigid quarantine was at once declaredby t Hiiperlnlenilfnt and Sec'y. :3-7-5t. I

borne in Ilillcrcst and caught it witha they were taken in hand! by Sheriff the state plant board positively sealed in its ORIF.IiI'OKPIIil.ICATION: ' -

rope. He tied the saurian to a tree Passmore on instructions from thegirl's forbidding any sweet potatoes or wax
In .clrd".11 r"rl- Ststa. of Florida( Eighthudicial
[and it attracted much attention. Mr. mother, Dan Cupid getting a plants or vines being vent out of J Circuit llradford. ('..uoly. In than- ,

j Mould grew sorry for the 'gator so severe jolt and a romance coming to a I Baker county without first being fum- wrapped package airtight C...y. W .

yestesday released it but had to drive tragic end. Mrs. Avereitt had tele- !igutod under the supervision of /government IJ Complainant.SKDI.I.EY

[it out of his yard with a stick. phoned to both the sheriff sand the ordinary I experts and certainly no per impurity proofWRIGLEYS- fl

during the morning that her son would be allowed to offer for ELVIA IVfendant.K,1 8KULI.EY.. .

ti Miner C. Keith, vice president ofT daughter, only 14 years of age, had 1 sale or for any purpose be caught 'I-.rln.! hy .n'W' .vlt appended. to the

|the United Fruit Company, and W. C. gone with a young man with the intention I with sweet potatoes, the plants or the :III I."k'7.IUIJ, the the abovv defendant: alatcd therein cause named.that I II.

[Sherman, of Alabama, were announced of being married in, this city. I'I vines that were grown in Baker coun- la .....1
S, as the highest bidders for the hold.,1ngs She asked that a license be refused ty, without being able to show a permit conceal henelf ao that proeeaa or lubpoena.
cannot bit served h...
.nd la
of German-American Lum- them and that the from a duly authorized inspector. upon over the I
the girl be returned I I ave of twenty-one yearn ; It la therefor or
ber Co., near Pensacola. Their bids to her home. The sheriff was in theordinary's Any farmer or other party, is hygienic and wholesome dered that .aid non-reald defendant be and

[was one million, four hundred and office conferring In regardto I I caught violating this law is subjectto complaint la hereby required riled In to aald appear cauae to on the or bill befor of

\twenty-five( thousand dollars. The bid4Inust the matter when the young people arrest wherever found. ) The Monday the 7th day of April. A. D. Itlt.l

| be approved by the alien property walked in and asked for a license to I I Farmers Give Information goody ntherwlne taken an eonfeiaed the allevatlona by .Id of defendant.laid bill will b* .

(f custodian. become man and wife. Sheriff PaIS- "I am reliably informed by farmers that's good for vouna It la, further ordered that thin order b* pub.Hahed .
one a week for five eonaeeutlv ....k.
: 1, more took charge of the romance and living along the national highway and In the Bradford County Telerraph.. a newapa.-
.- The bond election held at Kissim- I in the grim manner the law has of do- !' in the vicinity of Baldwin that par- and old. per publlnhed In ..,d County and Slat.
.
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for approximately $100- ing things "spiled" the 'I rh. March ttb. 1K10.
mee Saturday plans of Cupid ties can be seen passing by on their W. T. WEEKS. 5
000 was unanimous in favor of the by taking the blushing would-be1 I way to Jacksonville with potatoes (fS..1I) CI.,.. Circuit c"urt- S
civic So little opposition bride in charge. The I A. 1.. AOKINII.
improvement. bride-to-be
wasa purchased in Baker almost S
County S. sir. Solicitor for Complainant.Ntm .
i, developed against the project very attractive looking girl, appear. '' daily. One of these same culprits The Flavor( Lasts S.7.11.

-1 that scarcely thirty negative votes"were ing to be really older than fourteen' when accosted by a prominent citizen WRIGLEY'S.ok ('F: OF APPI ICATIDV Flail TAX HF.EU

,4 cast. The money was voted for years. The young man was also of of Baldwin and kindly asked l if he for I". I'MIFH: *HHTKIN. I.AHS' Ia. !)K (;IIVI'TrKtK \

.9 the purpose of bulkheading the lake good appearance and he said! that he could l show an inspector's permit on earns IK FIOKIItA
desired Henliy nollri'. p In .itlven tt.etr, J. AldiTman.iniiihiii.ir .
of which willS to the
shore Tobopekaliga marry girl because they last Wednesday was answered ., ,. .
in I I I .f I. "I.! .r.1.i -..... niinibi-red
reclaim more than one hundred acres loved each other. The mother stated rather vile language that it was noone's rs. ..,....'"".Iv :i II.:, fill nil' HI I. InHU.d ly ii l,.. TaT

of land in what will then be one of the that her objections were two-fold one business where he bought potatoes ,5 i (ollertor,Kind. ....Mi for Urn llrHlr.rl I..H' 1'lnll' Ci.unlv.h".1| .| R"t".h.flnrlda/ T.Ith...I..h 5 aS ?

best residence sections of the city. because her daughter was not old so long as they were paid, for I I IHi'. I IIH-. llli.l HII..1. ca.riliiiI.s. In n.y ciVics, S
be ,5,5.5, I lui, iiiii.l, .
enough to married and! the other iipphnitloii ri nit dii'd' I to IHI
"This
I informed!
same party so um 23 .,
'" 'HI I lllllllCI' with lllWHi. 4
,: Lieut. II. J. Rowen is thoroughlytesting was that the prospective groom was goes! in a truck, to the farmers Ha- I P 5 .. "iilil, c< rlitlrnlin. ,...KI, .rl"...Iv i-mlirnceii 4
not well known to her and she ted I I," I li.?lliuiiw? hind in Itriiilford, ('oniily' Ilor.I |
; the airplane in which he wll her who knows that it , -
pro- county, i. a .
.
: d I I. .i .., ll lit aS,. ,|hit|,. .,f .h.|, |BHU1rn. Of
to know
poses to make the flight to Washington mort. nbout him before permitting strict violation of the law to export UK) i lillinli, i H I In I tin. tiiiitii.(. ,..HIM, .rtli'fly lu>roIIIIM -
machine is th. marriage. The girl .I. i itiiti.iil.irly HI-I, foith.I to,wit :
from Key West. The young potatoes out of the county, and huy- .
was returned home 5 ,5O.s|I "'|' No II, Mil,IMC. s. : Tom ,,| NW. a
of the H-boat type usually carrying last night. their potat(a's at a low price, on this I ; i .r i SK: tjiiurtiT of NW tj.iiulir, .nnd run

i, a tank holding :HSU I! gallons of A".I account and i I. bringing' them into i"i .- S ll I \il I... Hi.. ....'.. i.; TII vdH ,.. n tit. of lioir. ,
5 !Jo: ii N ..
i y,5s. ?ll y" VV 711 a yihi. R 7ii.l >
$' lie expects to make the flight to A bit of mystery attaches to the Jacksonville and selling them and ut ," 5 __ I.. t.. ,in. of I I..... HIT 17. 'Ip n. S. It. 21 l IJ,

Washington in fifteen hours without I death at I'as>l-II-Grille Tuesday of the same time, for the- sake of a few l IsSlIMMI, ,HHi'd t S t'limi. Hiuirkniiinl .
.
making landing. In this proposed :Mrs. 18.[ of dollars profit for himself i jeopard-j,! .., ilillrntii. N. C.l fiiil.nir.a : Com nt 8W
f. a Kopp, I'nyton 0.,. wife 1 .,< 1.1!: ijiiiulir, a.hS run i 10: "01"0.. him. 5
trip Lieut. Kowen expects to make a ] of a diMsion superintendent of the i/.ing the sweet potato industry in S mi I 5 rt i to pt s ..r p...".."lnasa. N .flat\ ", ft. Jo: II! Hft ,
: 0. I S si.llo?. CI. W I IIN II. .p.. of I...... S
PA1NTKK pt Sl'O. 21f.
.1 world's record and at the same time Baltimore and! Ohio railroad.! Whether this county, effecting practicallyevery { FKI.TIIJ/KI.{ COMPANYIjicltHiuiviIhs ,I's; It '-'-' !I'' rontnininic "P ncnii, .isast.'I '..-

tjualify for a trans-Atlantic flight. I' Mrs. Kopp suffered from an attack farmer in the county and which I I Florida I "Psi,..... W VVIIIInmiii.itillpiitii / .
.
I. Ni." H| finlirnci loin, I of
of H I. 2.8
heart disease this
would l inestimable loss as
or acute indigestionwhile mean Illl, .'. I VVorthliiuton. IIHIIIWIII. .d. (.... 11I'u-
;}, Capt. Edtlur Sammis and! crew of' in the water or whether she wm js one among, if not the most Impor- I'Vrlili/ers. InsiTlirMcs.. Sprayers Poultry Supplies llllHI*. .

'six of the auxiliary three-mast ,drowned has not been cleared! tant of the cash crops grown in this For have brrn I I lull Nil mild, oiTlilli-nlrH S nhllll Inredii.med'iii.iiillnu
men up. thirty frrnli/rr
vear we manufacturing < in ibis ii'ie---we have iniuflrj cu.. 5'I I I to 1,1*V. til'a hal. will| IHHIIU thrreonn
K ed schooner Jenetttreahed :Miami The only person who could give u county" loincrt in every county in Florid j. tin. Hlh .1.... nf April., A. I'. lltlll.VVIIIIPIIB .
clear account of my mricliil, HiviiHliire. naP sagaS this
ii late Thursday n u lifeboat\ and announced just what happened Watson's Letter Write For Latent Prim 1.i-tt. I'ricci. alwaya in lino with Duality' II... IllS diiy of Murch. A. |l. Illltl'
; the sinking of the Jeannette to the woman while she was in bathing S In a letter to Wilmon Newell, commissioner W. T. \\I'I.K: : .
Iabout fifteen miles southwest of in the Gulf could not be found of the state plant board ''Sl .' |II ly It. A. UI-I-'KH: :
Fowney rock late Thursday. The Jean- tonight. This was a man who was instructing .
stationed at Gainesville :Mr Watson 1 I 14"I' l>riilly Vkrrk.

\ ette, cement laden Philadelphia to Mrs. Kopp how to swim, but has the following to say: ,I -----

Havana, sprung a leak early Tuesday Just who he was none of the membersof 111(1)1-H' : KOII PUIII.ICATION
"Dear :Mr. Newell: Immediate and "
after laboring for forty-eight' hours the party of three women who wentto I In Circuit. ('ort. Stnte of Florida. Plirhth'. ,1
the Pass with :Mrs. of drastic action should be taken by otli- liiili.ial (licuil, llradfurd County, I In Chan-
'. in heavy weather. The water :Rained Kopp-one '' '
of bourd to have 'ry.
partie'sarrested
so fast that Capt. Sammis had to them being' her mother-could] say. cers your %%'. A. I..,... !I
,
und! convicted for violatingthe
abandon his ship before dark. The lie appears to hnve been u casual acquaintance Coniplnlnnnt.:
Baker county sweet potato quarantine I'uln: I 5.!,,, I
Jcimettc was an American schooner a bather who\ was on the 11..r'n.l..nl.

.of ;}20 tons. Capt. Sammis was tho beach when the four women, soon laws. While on a visit to far- II' iipl'iiirlnu. '' I.. niridavlt' nppinili'd" to the \
ineis in the vicinity of Baldwin on ""f l hi', .1 in hi,.. nliiivi. ntiitiil aft".. that), Eulath. j
after their lunch
principal owner. eating went in bath MUTIN3 I I.. .. dcfi'iidiinl. therein' nninin| la n nonid.nl \
the ll'th' I truck load of OLOCST I
ing. Mrs.\ I Kopp ate a very hearty saw a puta S S -. h l of th.. Hints' of Morldn.. nnd she lai \
dinner! toes pass and on inquiring of thu iurmer VTcFOPCATALoG I iiHi.l.nt ttf Atlnntti. ,;....'..1... "\',>r the sep"
.\ link l;IK Untidy; onuiiuil. ill u and one theory H that the attack rllls'd.was & ESTABLISHED SEED r ,.i ,'v-' ..,.. jinrn., It ,la Ih..t..". ordi.red "
field! outside the grounds' of the she had,! while in the water may where these potutoes were I I lui, I mild IKti.nnlili.nl. .' d.fi-ndiint. ln. nnd lal
just that 14 WCEItLI PRICC LIST Ii'3IJSE In ,.... .
have been caused informed! they were beingcuiried S l Is ,"1,1 I.. apinnr.' to lhi bill of e","
hospital for the insane ut Chattahoo- by acute indigos- Jacksonville .,old and linit, "" "h in t.ni.1 mum* on or 1...fore Montlny,
J to ami 1 r< w1.T-r.'a.sr4c /
chee last week in which n nogro at- lion or it may have boon heart trou. 'T'). I 1.. th diiy of April. V l II Mil"i. .olherwin '
'ii r.\
Idn. None of the members of the that without any regard fol'' i th, law s. 1; I I. ..i.iilli.iiH.. uf milil ll"I|| will ,h.,. lakvn ani r.1.
tendant was literally butchered to party i"I t. -,Hi.l, hy sell .r.I..nt..
whatsoever. This \\.11 I I know
is, us >ou /
death And iinolhrr had narrow es- believe she drowned. After bathing 'i Ii I., luilliir uril.r. thin hlln' nrdrr Im I |illh-
a for awhile three? of an exceedingly I i serious flint t.r." 'aid a' s I I I.stanI ,,III. 1,1111: II w':.("It, fill: IVI.:|: .......:,*:!.Iio.. U.MJ.1.4il. J
cape. As is customary in good weather the women came .> ,I duly i it in I willing to i'"ol"'al", 5 5.. I Iliiiilford, County. ;.. ;'I''I.,;:, .;'.;,ji'w.ji.;,;: ; .: '
--I
a number of the male negro inmatesof nut of the water and were) husking in S i.,h.hi.I/" I I.. Nnd t.unity .....1 Stilt.-, .
the hospital believed to be entire- the warm suns-hine on the shore with your men in any way eim-isti, /nt mi |hr iv ,iti,. tnnli "''i.hii' ,, I -. ,,,,il. 01 I I' I -- -- I II"l"i Mured 5th,. Sal II.

ly harmless, are taken out in tho watching; !/'''. Kopp/ ami, the strange with my duties an county agin nil 5 ' .5 i I MIII I, (I'e.lt.y' "I' '"' ,, "''I'i I of ." I .' Clerk W T Circuit WFKKH Court.

morning accompanied by attendants man who hail \tntured, out quite a .iT<'ut of I Duvul) county to help, put a ,ii.t, I .i. -, tlint.I.. HOLDERS OF Hy K A WrKKS.: :

stop' to this nefarious practice' ,I j. |i..puty Clark.
distan'l'utd'nl:; ,' their "OU"lIuntl' I
of their own nice to work in the ) wax a scream ) is ;r.gn'--I\Y 5 'IffWS:
field! adjoining the hospital ansI, and ;MTH. Kopp apparently went under, "Yours very truly, troyinjj Its forests," ili'tl.tGraves. a..' I I .,' I II LIBERTY BONDS ,>,.,,.it' for Comulstnant.7.Gt..
"W. L. WATSON.:
' .
"
water. The lie " I 1 '" -- - -- -
sometimes to cut woo.!. Joe O.xvis. women on the shore I conMcitienleiichmtr. | > a I
screamed, und .nine men i The oxnau'.tion. ufI I I" I 1'", online'. I nut 11'Ihl IC.VIION
assembled ednarunning
a colored attendant a number CLUMS: siTi-uiV: (or PIM: : ii< > ... ,,
mill ( .rl 4tnt.' r Florldn. Kliththi
and after, several the ..t I fnlNivM, liy th.. t.J,,,",!! "I' III, .
/ IM
handed up upsets in I
mlvincd! '
of those nefrroe* mid some Iiln i: orr: IN -II.N i : i I\KS: sir" I to lioM them I If youinn.Htmll oil I 'Iru"it. llrndford ('utility, I In (Chan
of thorn their. axes to hop, wood with. ,surf managed to launch a boat and S dustries, the sh'udy illl'1'"I'/ \\ "s I I, deu! andy, with realsin| ,
ret to where the limits the iindoiiinciit' ...f 1'111'111-, 11",1,? OIH'IMAN ./.IOIINHIIN.Cnmiilnlnitnt .
the ground man was supportingMis. ,
and then sitting down on Washington, :March O.-Ori lnnlsupli. I iMu! hankers Wa .
commenced to distribute, tht'ir! duly: ; Kopp's apprently> !lifeless body, .." of pine. in the South will lio ilepenilnl for then,' 'niuiKil, mi : I h, I v.
which brought ashore. The ( lunilii oinniunitieg, und l the. i iinhniont l.l'l. JOHNSON:
was man i iiiiimvi
he thus
of toliucco. While was .
supply exhausted in ten yours and at !least Buy and Sell Hi ft ntlnnt.
I
engaged and entirely unsuspecting apparently overcome by what hud :II.OOO! mills will out of existence of many rejfionH. '' MI,,i,. urlnif hy affidavit' nt<'nilinl, to tho
go "No section of the .it I' fllxl In thf. nlHivi* tttfiiitl on".. thnti
whoman happened, is said to hose stood by country ian LIBERTY
to I BONDS
any danger, a negro patient within five years according to HenryS. lohnxori thi* at.*r.i....t t ha.re.n riHirmd.n .
axe had be"n J.1\'n. wont' Mutdenly,' his head I bowed in his hands while an flrssves..hief: of the United States ford to have a lal.lt. pint nf ,it-t l.nnlan : ,, .."n.'n' ..f the Hlnlr' of Hlorliln. set

and violently insane ansi! springing attempt to f(' us'itllt.Ir: Kopp., unproductive town nf Nlcholrt
frtt st'rvieausing I leudeis/ of the ., 'I i .unty. Ktntv. nf Oirnrulfi. nml I. over the
toward the unfortunate attendant Th"n he went away without telling\ -'outhorn pine industry his authority. taxation value' and of inilintmof Write UM if iuteruHted. >.r 'twi'nlyoiti. y. flF* U ,IM thiTi'fitre ....
struck him terrible blow on the head anyone his name or the eurcumstunu'S, as population that would !I... stipporti J dif '. riil thnt .R..I! rt.ulili'nt ili'fonilnnt tie urn!
a Chief Forester Graves pointed to N-. TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIACapital a. n l h. niitilrwf 1 tit npptar I.. the Itill of
with the butt of the axe felling him of the tragedy in the water. the Southern situation in advocating I thelands: were productive. "uiplnint, m.'.. In ...1., rniiiuf on or l>irVfrI .
'T sacijulasan afford to ,lie dependent and Surplus, 92.OOO.OOOMomter "I..iiilny. Iht. 7th liny ..t April. A. l>. Sills
the compulsory practice of forestry for its supplies of wood products' on S iltrwUi., Ihf nil.'Kntli.M* iif nni'l' 1' lilll/ will .I'"
---- I .......'.1 rUanrva. SylhuuATLANTA. ..ri HH cnnfrHNffl by uni'l. lli'Timilnnt.
in the other half of
CLOCKS hKKP FOOLISH TIME so he could put another section from 1,000 to 3,000 It ,in further onlirnl thnt thin orlcr, IM pilb-
his day The only solution is to start I miles OA.ColJs i .b. il I ..ne. S wi'*>lf for flv. oonniGutlv wrrk
away.
The Great
time of and ii (hi. Hrnilfiirtl' ('....nly Ttltwriiph.' R n.w.pnjuI.lh.haI -
Unless of Joshua can get work at the proper day should
some son "The public provide n sane i ,r In cell County nnfl 8...,..
command of the sun and have Old quit the same way regardless of the I system of taxation; it should cooperate Ih'.. Mnrch, Bth. ISIs

Sol trot along a little faster. we're going asinine nincompoops who have been Influenza TornadoIs in such problems as overproduction Cause drip and Influenza i Si.nil, Clark W. T Circuit WEFKS.Court., ,

to wake up at daylight' on April tinkering with the clocks.-Leesburg of lumber land! classification, LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the A / ADKINS.Solicitor .

Fool day and discover that we are late Commercial. colonization, problems of labor technical C UM. There I I. only one "Bromo QulAI .." for Complnlnnnt. 1-7.St.ORDER .

I to work. Beginning on the last Sunday -- --.-- About Spent questions relating to methods of E. W. GROVE l.aatur oo box. ,.ec or Plmr.rCATIO'lI" !

in this month are to put our CONSTITUTIONALITY OF PHOIIIAMENDMKNT I and technical matters involved
we
practice,
I' lint its wake countless thousand I rin-ull, Court. Stein of Florltln.. FluhlStmllalnl
clocks ahead another hour. Even : : HKINO ATTACKED in I in a constructive program offorestry. 4. + . . . . . C 4 . ) Ircillt. Jarsil f..rl County I In Chan
are left listless corolexs weak and :. I (' . 4
from this. We I. KfJ A L N /I i I I' c"",. S

see Catts he's didn't back save home us and the fool edict' New York, :March 20.-The com mucittted. The physical forts of its .____ --- -- .A. 4 4 + 4' 4. 4 '. + 4 Alma, McVillnn.) Complainant.'

stands. mittee of distillers of the United victims have been battered to pieces. :;0.00001.1: >1 KKS TAKE VOCATIONAL --- - - - VIA /
I Nature needs assistance in rebuilding Notice S. Mo'\llIan.' ,
want to States representing the entire 'distilling -
Right bere and now we TICAIM.Nf; r>*f.nilant.
the system The red corpuscles in the
urge our Leesburg merchants to open industry announced tonight :Six; months after date hereof I will It apnrnrfnir by alfulnvit appended. to iSis bill
blood can be restored by taking; No. Hli, .rt ,In the ahnvv-ntatiMt csuse that A. S McMillan .
their stores an hour later (by the I that steps were being taken to attack till Tonic. This Tonic contaisn iron New York :March 20.-Approximately present my vouchers ami) final accountto : the ilffrnilant thiTnln nsm.4. U

clock) when this folderol monstrosity ,, the constitutionality of the federal 00,000 American soldiers disabled the )Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner County a n..n-.Id.nl..r th.I'ale of Floridaanil
which we all know makes rich blood; bvlnif' ovrr the
U
that rmMinc unknown
amendment the
cf time is forced upon us. Take the I prohibition and war it also contains quinine which drives In the world war have taken advan- Judge of Bradford County, Fla., and aKi. of twunty-ona year It la th.ifor. or-
Commercial for instance. The boys : time prohibition act. j ask for my final discharge as administrator flcffrt. that *ai.
in the back room have an eight hour ,! l.evylayer.; of Chicago counsel for greatly out' the in malarial the restoration germs of and the aids human -\\taiee of the jjovernment's program for of the estate of Roderick n.i- complaint haIs, h..rvby nl..rwiuirvil l In ,Haul. to couston appear..,to before th. bill Monday. of.

day and they quit at 4 o'clock in the i i the organization was instructed to arrange The vocational training according to an ker deceased. the 7th day of April. A. V. IK19. othurWIB .

afternoon by the present time, which for a suit to test the emergency I system. magnesit in thuNo. estimate made by Maj. A. G. Crane, This 24th day of January 1919.J. il.. allcaailon, of said bill. will be talon
I I 101 Tonic acts gently upon the an cnnfmmtd by laid defendant.Il
is o'clock by the time we grew up by. I prohibition !law after the treaty of bowels and rids the of all attached to the division of physical II. RITCH, la further onh-rad that thia, order M pub- S
poi
Run the clock up another'hour and :I peace has been signed. Action to bring i system 1216mo. Admnlstrator. liHhed. one. a week for eluht coniecutlve week.
sonous and refuse matter. Begin today reconstruction in the surgeon gener In the Bradford County Teleiiraph. a newipa-
they'll be quitting work at what used :: about a judicial review of the eighteenth .per published In ald, County and S.....
and take it at least two weeks.At .
to be 2 o'clock in the afternoon. But amendment, it was said, would al's office, at the continuation here today Notice This January 2-th. m.
I I drug stores. W. T. WF.5K5.
they'll be going to work at what used await the outcome of referendum i of the international conferenceson Circuit' Court.

to be 5 o'clock in the morning. One i i I I elections in thirteen states where petitions The G. B. Williams Co. rehabilitation of the disabled being Six months after date hereof I will R. A. WEEKS. .
Clerk.
and final accountto Deputy
vouchers
the situation for calling a popular vote on present my (Seal
of our boys summed up Sole Manufacturer held under the auspices of the J. E. FUTCH.
"I the lion. Geo. A. Gardiner. County
when he said he wanted to find an- the "bone dry" enactment have been Sollaitar for ComplalnaaVClerk 13181.j .

other job before the end of the month J I filed or are in circulation. Quitman, Georgi Heel Cross. Judge of Bradford County, Fla., and

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drailford County Tee! gend raph urdny and. Sunday it; Lavvtey nnd trip to Cedar Keys Friday 4

I preached several Interesting sermons. | Mrs. !D. W. :Moore visited her sister, I ,- I

I Mrs J. II. Scarborough and family Mrs H. B. Weest., Sunday :

; t'uMtHhrdVe 'kly, and entered BH HI-C- spent Sunday with 11 rs. Alderman Rev. Kiwis: of Lake Butler, was a I BOOST your Home State by sendingyour

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class! .mailer at 1 the o! lflice nt Sunday. pleasant: visitor nt Hampton Monday. '

Stark, Florid Frank Fowler spent a few days in I I :Mrs. I.. B. Williams, of Petersburg I : .i,> : !"

- . Alachua, last week. ., V'a., accompanied by her little daughter II Mail orders to a Florida HouseOur

:Mrs. 11.) P. Wilson left Tuesday for is visiting ut the homo of John1llullady .
y K.: S. .M .VT1I1KWS. Editor and Owner. ;i )

1. ('. a month's visit with her sons, Urn- this week I I' Service has gi,'en us National prominenceOUR
IUIII) :< SO Associate Editor.I : melt and C'arl Wilson, of Gulf Point. I :Mrs. (i. T. Case is visiting her rr

II. /. Matthews visited in Jaekson- brother Rev John :Mullady, this week. I \

Mrs. W. 11. Jones is visiting: her sister .
lie :Monday.Mrs.
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I I ? 1wAi: :=[ __.Ims Ruhard, of Jacksonville, vis- I !Mrs W. Mlddleton; : for /a few I I _I' 1"JiI / I

r ; ; i II"( 'd her IJI'uthm'Ir.: :Matthews Tues days. . -.'.1' .1o., ', I FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
[sins-] *"."*: LTtJE I VIn'IHII.. '-L..r.1 : ] ---. .. -' ., =

I r --.-- --.",.. -'1.234.5,678."- day.Ciordon Pearce and family, of Lulu BRADFORD ITEMSliiadfatd : I i&S; .' Everything in BOOKS
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WIMP. i in town Tuesday.VoiV i I LEADING I

Colson, who is in Uncle Sam'sMM I I1' !March :28.-Aurthur I Edward I- .utrrl'a'StLfT .. Office Outfitters
: fi fStaWi
ire, was greeting! friends. in Luke 'i and sinter !Miss Georgia; attended .-..-.....-;tiwwts;.;;.-;;..'.;..;..';...-,-- L:W HIW yr..D'.Tll fj I LINES Complete

t44 :' 9 1112J314; 5 Under, Sunday, and Tuesday I night. church at Itrouker. Sunday: The I. Toys and Atliletic, : Goods :

While) D. W. forum find, his. crewwere ,

riIj; 16 -17, 18192021122IMM : : : on their way to work Friday I Clyde Ward passed through( here P.n1lo& ,1.. . Artists, Surveyors and Draftmen's MaterialsIODACS .:,
moming, the motor car struck u cow, !Mot.day enroute to Worthington z.1.- 2 ;...

r.iling the dar and giving the crew': S. ('. Andreu and sister, ;Mi-, -Sh'!' What ".'.t' ,,1.\1 \Inipncnt' r
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!.25 26.27128:29iUvi : : .1 severe shaking up. j Blanche, attended church at Him.I".' r t u,:uif I vvi r: ,r :. :"I! ? 4'IVetl Photographic Supplies

:Martin, Rimes was a culler in Lake Sunday. if voa'rrj Holt e.;. 'I| : mitt dIsn't \

duller Saturday. 1Irs.V. :M. Harrell returned horn with Cdiiinci, [PJ .'.i ;- j Thermos Bottles Safety Razors
Arch Proctor, spent Tuesday at ( !'I"hVh.t: a f'?0.1. iy'
I Friday from Jacksonville where In'"r
HI iLiit:
: cu o I h.u.C.n't; Wt/// > b I
Sapp. son is. She says he is getting aN ng li!''f>niff 11\(' t. :Max Wilson, nf Deal, Sunday
M. :Mfiritt i , of :New Ki\er: was in spent nicely.Mi's. ,. grind I Go,"I jvr me too, I h'-- ::4f.
( town Sunday.. with his mother, Mrs. U. P. WU- : Blanche Andreu was the. gutiof ; rune. Cdlu'j.t :tinkin, 'S arewled .' I Printers, Litho rat.hers, Engravers .
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her cousin Mrs. E.: B. Andreu", -onw an.4' -: .t n 11:,: led.
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Jack ruNiui, of New I(iv"r. was in son.Mr.
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C'ason and! wife, of Five :Mile Millions: of l i m ." ') IITBflKIHG tth
town 'I'uevday.Dewy Sunday I Manufacturers of L nose Leaf System

l Dukes, of Fivejt': ) was in were Misses In town Henrietta Saturday.and Khtello Uoscnberg.entertained section W. :M. Andreu was. in the Pun" Hill C l .. (.::1 rJ : 1r ."j

town Saturday. I IU. Saturday.
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A. 1' Cirogory, of I Franklin, '' quite a number of Malcum 1111'1'1.11IllS attending I..'. 1 i'OrDEiMUSl'Ol 1"" .J I ..
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ft + .. t N tl.I
their lends at a party at their homeFriday ..'. r-4;; ,IV
business Brooker day List u
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Tenn., was making acquaintances Ink in one h ( .it. ,
;II 'Is'r
evening After many gameswere ( llrmkley visited his ., .... IK .," "I'::
I.a ko Butler, Saturday and j Hayes pannt-' : "It ,1" 11 : 'i 14cc.ronrc .
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M.5, *I Mr. Gregory preached, two able str-I, wcr..rvl"1.played, delicious. 1 Ice cream andlake herc Saturday and Sunday. Calttmmt, 1 lnv co :.. .; .- tilt %; ;! I '

'' Litt i mons in I the 1 liupti'it! church Sunday Fred Uiellmg and sister attendedthe '' (inirmHtmnf a< hu.i 1"tn "". Irlnrran..f
r ;t morning and evening I Quite a number of folks enjoyed u peanut popping at :Miss Blache: Food AutiorUmot OthicI* *.. "J .tt' U .>. '." 1= 74TIONERY tJUOKONO adT STORE.

t :Mrs. Mill Ad rows! and ,children, of I fishery. on the Richard: mill branch I Andreu's, last! Friday night. i, \ save ashen .r" ;".'v 11. r tie'4 .

'' Midway were in town shopping last last week. Wade Harrull was Worthington .,J'OII sa.e wts'rt II. I 4549V.. Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsyth St.
:Mr. and, j\Irs.\ Guy entertained a rcrnr.trv.t 111
.,t week one ,day; last! week. '''''''1T', <'','1'- _
I number!. of their friends,! nt a dance at HI"" '" ;: : V .I'\-V'Ul '; .
S Prof. /
M. S. i is hij-
Hayes visiting
Mrs :MUil'l.i Ciows has moved, into "' 'v.ap1tA :;'' l
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Ihn I ho'isp, recently, vacated. l Iy Mike their homo near the beautiful lake )parents here this week. I & Ci .r"-/ \. 1Ji 1-
Klondes.Mr. 1 Saturday evening. W. Crews and family attended < ,',. :Mr. L'. Matthews: and, :Miss Ruth -
\ and :\11'10. Curler, of New York 'I church at Brooker Sunday night. ; ;
j Clayton wore quietly married Tuesday : \ \ AGENCY ESTABLISHED ISHfl
spent: last Saturday hero night-seeing. : Arthur Edwards:: and :Miss Ruby } '

Mr. Johnson of Chicago,: was here ,' afternoon in the Times building\, Punish attended, church at Brooker J. R. DAVIS & COMPANy .
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l10! o'clock. Rev. I. 1iwrBrix
about : \ S. } 'I'ij"l'
Saturd.iy. enronte to other southern Sunday. FIRE INSURANCE
I
spoke the words that made thisI .
;Miss Andreu Entertain I.ii
in .
points Floiida. g-\t
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I I I and vvifo. :Miss Starke Florida
happy couple/ man ,
IIusHi'l: 1I111'lo1'Y. representing( (ho There was a peanut popping It'iv'nat ...) j
Clayton has made her homo with :\Ir.nn.1 f\\ \
the home of Miss Blanche Andieu. : .
Lake City'Orocory; Co., made his reg : :.-cI.: :-i'\'
l// t :sirs Hart.. Steven for venrs. Sheis I W' -
,\ ular'i..it here last Thursday., I - After shelling peanuts for some timegames -
"d'1 ,j "Deacon") Jones, representing a young 1 lady, of nobie'charllch.r were played until a late ho visitor here :Monday. I DOLLARS AND: CENTS:
and has host of friends Mr. Matthews
Itcnedict & Pollock of Jacksonville a Those present were: Mrs. J. S. I'hillips and daughter, -

spent last Thursday selling dry !roods': has been connected with the Misses Janie Bielling, Ruby Par- :Marguerite, of.l\Iillml. are here the Counting it only in dollars and cents

t to our merchants." I IAc newspaper business for several years rish. Eva Ruby, Elma and Georgia guests of relatives.S. how* much did that lastfcold\ : cost you ?

! r Strickland IIn.tVm.. Johnson and is an energetic man. Luke Butler Edwards Geneva Harrell Cecil Ra- II. Thompson and daughter, Mrs. A man may not always stop work

of this place and C. II. Harrison and wishes for this couple a happy born Ruth Ward, Nellie Ward, Cecil UMtZ CM cP6C II. A. Drury, were business visitors to when he has a cold, but perhaps it

r ,I Dock I Roberts Worthington, composed voyage thru the sea of matrimony.Mr. Parrish Virginia Edwards Fay An- i Lawtey Saturday.Tom would be better if he did. It takes

* 1 a party who motored over tot' : and Mrs. Matthews left for Jack- dreu Rosa Surrency, Blanche Andreu. 1 Tomlinson, of Lawtey, was a about ten days to get completely rid

Starke Tuesday to meet with a sonville Tuesday afternoon. They wereaccompanied S. C. Andreu, Fred Bielling, George visitor here Wednesday.Ret. of a cold< under the usual treatment.

"Good Ronds" Committee. by Mr. Matthews' sister Purrish, Richard Ward, C. W. Edwards i I Pearl Padgett spent Saturday night and Mrs. D. L. Phillips were That time can be much shortened by

( Dock Akins inn Steve Young spent :Mrs. Richard.-:.___ I Cory Edwards. All report a I| and Sunday the guest of Misses Edith shopping in Starke Saturday.W. taking Chamberlains Cough Remedyand

' Saturday night with homefolks ati I fine time. and Effie Starling. F. Godwin and family, of Law- proper care of yourself, in fact,

Alachua. They were accompanied \VOKTIIINGTON: Arthur Edwards and sister, Georgia I I Mrs. Ilessie Adams and children, tey were visitor here Saturday. a bottle of this remedy in the house

was the guests of Miss Vera Surrency I I Carl and Thelma, of Ride Out, spent James Wainwright, of the Wateroak is a mighty good investment during
:
I Worthington. Mar ZIt-Dr, Care-
Alachua'r foot ; home having Sunday. ''I|'the past week with her parents, Mr. section, was a visitor here Friday. the winter and spring months.-Adr.
returned
I been called to the Friday bedside night; of his- T. B. Edwards and wife were the I and! ;Mrs. E. II. Carter, and family. N. D. Davis, of Dade City, visited

several days with her brother, Steve brother-in-law at St. Petersburg. guests; of W. Williams. and family! ;Miss Carrie Starling was a visitorto his family here Saturday and Sunday. Piles Cured In 6 to H Day

e l{ CiiHon. | End, Reaves made, business Sunday. Staike Saturday. Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fall
h I Herbert Priester spent Sunday with'' a trip to J. V. Edwards was in Brooker one E. S. Starling is suffering from 10 cure llchlnil.: Blind Bleeping, or ProtrudloD Piles.
Lake Butler one day last week a Instantly relieves' Itching Piles 1 and can art
o .' his family here I I :Mrs. Luiie Roberts the day last week. badly cut foot. Contracting Building rcHliul sluep after: the host apalicetam.'o",, 6Ui,>
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was guestof
) Sheriff ; and, wife Blanche Andreu was. th*. cue.it
Y Kppcrson Mrs. Georage ofl I Earl Carter was attending to business -
Mesdames Yarborough -
Saturday -=
!Scott' and Hrownloe, of afternoon. Georgia Edwards: Satuiday. I I in Starke Saturday. Repairing ] I

motored 1 over to Lake liutlei i r'lulay. :Mr. and :Mrs. C. W. Edwards and' 'I' L. A. Brown nnd l Pav"> Hall passed I I J. S. Prescott, was visitor to Highland Quigley Lnmber & Supply Co. :I COFFINS CASKETSAnd

(Oscar) Urown was in town Sunday. daughter Corine, visited the home of Through, here Saturday enroatc toWorthington Satufday: afternoon. t "Estimate Cheerfully Given" a full line ofjncJertakers'

Nathan Tomlin, of Johnstown was their uncle, Will.yViIIi"", ,., Sunday.Wiley I |I S. J. Starling was a visitor to Highland I IJ.Q :
i in town Saturday., \Vlh w,' and Ilu( t-r Suirency were Saturday :and Sunday. ====:;;V Supplies
j who
Williams has been
;Miss Mvrtis Roberts is at h mt. for I ill for the I few seriously the guests of V;.'gini.a and Shelton I| B. D. Carter was attending to business >< :);''ICI.ClCrooOQQIreJCOrlf t : IC. \ulomobile Ili'arue.
past days isyluwly
a few days visit i i improving" Edw.u': ) 1 < Saturday afternoon. in Stnrke Saturday.Mrs LOWNEY'S & FULLHR'S 'f.II 'f.: j slwtt on hand. The best fieI"

Miss: 1 Delia Ciellmg was l a visitor. toLuke :Messrs. Dennis Roberts, Inman Harrison S. C. Andreu and sl"tel'li"H: C.1.: Hudson. and children, of r! CANDIES at the lowest" prices.. Special
. Blanche, attended, church at Brooker 4 FRESH f :
liutlei' Tuesday.Lois and, Norman Shenlley were. visitors Jacksonville, arrived, Sunday, afternoon l 'n'ion in telegraph orders
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y Kelley and, brother, of New to Lake Hutler Saturday aetl'r.1 Saturday.Miss: to spend a week with her parents 1,1 Come ToW. "i'.'.I I I. _

River, were in town vlilingr..latives! I"">n. : (Veil Raborn was in Brookerone :Mr. and Mrs S. J. Starling. i .a'bitrCd':: : E,uba.mer'uWITT :
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Sand' I evening last week. II i Richard 1 Caiter A. BESSENT :
:Jars It 1! J. Roberts. and :Mrs.. Ebb; WIvisitlnlt' friend- htiliaJgJTflrgrf I
1 !,eorg! Tomlinson has returned tobin Thornton were visiting relatives at I C'. II. Newborn wjj; attending to in this community Sunday., :: If!onOClt 11111111 a If It It Itf! III '.' C.: JONES

p home after, a visit to his p.-uents Illiforll Saturday, and Sunday. business in our community one day C. B. Starling was in this section I ---1 Sfarke Fla.'
Mr. and :Mrs Harris Tomlinson.Mr. List: w..k.T'uhy I
i : I 1 II:, L. Sunday.Mr. ..
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Rogersens, a guest. of his .-
Iil; <'''pl", of Five Mile, in Willis anti family have moved : I - --
was: \brother" .T. \1.: Rogers, Saturday, : after and Mrs. 1 E. II. Carter and children "Ev.rrthliitf !oIEat (lip :M.VV81OIIU" -- -- -
town Tuesday.Mrs. noon. in our community. are. glad to spent Sunday with :Mrs. J. B i

. Lewis Taylor, of Jacksonville, T I L'!. Ddwards: wife and have them us our neighbors :Moseley. |I

i I..* visiting relatives' in \lake Hutlerthis to Wiley William. son werevisitors aftei N. n.! Haves, ..Jr.111'4 In Worthington Messrs. Richard and Darling Carter
Sunday -
week.Anna on(. dav hut week. \\ ere n in Highland Saturday.
IJelle noon. I! l'. \\'. Edwardwas: I I Ir I IS YOUR LIFE
f I'eeples and Curriolelle I L. G. 1 Dubose) and wife were attend transacting The people in this section are busy .
I r Brown: spent the week-end with I business, in Worthington last week. picking strawberries. :
Everybody "
expects
ing to business here
t I l...i.'(,folks' in :Miller.Mini Saturday. f'ecil l'iu'rish returned, to her homo INSURED
c
I I Mrs. T. 1)). Edwards;: and, daughterwere to make a good, deal off their \ ?
:Minnie Moore, of Palatka U: in town Sunday( after spending ,delightfulweek crop this year 1ii.1I' )

a visiting C. A. Register this week. ; shopping. Saturdaymorning I << the guest of her sister. I i\ TL)

t I Mrs. l'I"'HtOI1ViIIillm... and daughter : Leroy MUell, who is .. S. C". .Viidrpu/ ( WII".trlln..actinghu..l. ttOODLAWX PARK : ( I I REPRESENT THE
f' ,, of :New- River attending ness in \\'Ihln' ton last \\'dn.'sh.j I ;s. .JJ .
were visiting in school at 1 Lake Itutler, spent Saturday ,..... ; .. ,... <_ _
town Saturday. '' Karl: \Desmond l ,.n.l 1 .John : MUTUAL LIFE INS.
+ 'and, Sund.iy with his IUII'f'nts.Ir.: [ and M.nphy :: \Voo.llawl1.I.h.: :28.-:Messrs. Ivn
Oren Dekle, of Five !Mile, spentSaturday :Mrs. O. J.. :Muell. were, .ptcasi.nt visitors to Breaker Sun- anllIan'in: Thompson and sister Mrs. CO. OF N. Y.

night and Sunday with Nl.I'1| :Michael Andreu. of Old Bradford Uy.. II. A. Drury attended, the show at the /: D THE

lion Dckle.t .. was here on business. Friday! I ---- -- I.1 State Farm Saturday night. itl ",l l'l"r OLDEST COMPANYIN

The many friends, of Henry :Mrs S. iv. Edwards: and Ruby Edwards ! CLAY MILL Iis.lozllIe: Browning returned to d )
kle, Jr., are glad to see him out her home Sunday lifter THE U. S.
( in | pending r> several .
sJlrin'l I were town .
lifter a few lavs'. illness\ noon. Saturday after Clay Hill, Mnr. 2R.-The people of ,' days in the Vanderbilt section. ...'1 ( "' br f

Coluiul'us"' Townsond; is ill j :Mrs G.( II. Carefoot has been this community are more than gladto J. S. Norman was a visitor to the \t /II/'f/ ) I

home on :Main street. j I I ill for the last week.R. very see the sunshine once' again! since county seat Saturday i --, JOS. E. WILSONBLANK'S
I the bail -
:Marion Tillis: is ut work again rainy weather.E. .
after ] (F. Taylor was business Dr. G. W. Brown of Lawtey, was a Jf.J
visitor
a
u severe illness. Ito I I Am'hlllllon.IIlY.: II. Carter and son Henry, madea s.._.._..o.. sus t.,::.1
.
: business .
Howard Stanton and wife have mov- trip to Jacksonville Tuesday -
S. J. Russell.
ftInto\ the house ,I and wife visited relatives of the past week.C. MICKIE SAYS
recently vacated! by ,
at Ociilii NEW SPRING
and STYLESof
} :Mr. Wnre. I I'day'I and Gainesville Satur- B. Starling was transacting-

d Mrs Susie Saxton is ill at her home ]"I' :Misses. Sunday.Edith and Ida Williams iness in Highland Saturday evening f DID "4/:1/:> EvER NO't'\C"e. 1-1'' 1

on Lake street.Mrs. I'I to T. B. Edwards werevisitors IL n. llinlson. and H. S. !Starling"! THE\ ENHO GOES >
; Stanton is rl''o'ingfrom, '!I Wednesday motored over to Jacksonville Friday '- le
"Dot-
] morning.. AROUM' SIViN' HE rBElIEV6 .
;
illness of several( days' duration. IIn'l|r returning home the same tiny IN' N ... kW -
| . AOVEct1\
C \ Scatf and wife ( IN : CHILL
J. 1 IL Howard, of Dukes, motored. were guests of K.: II. Carter was. transacting. business KA&K\rs s.n;; a;;
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i :Mr. and :Mrs.I Wiley Will.urns); IS ALVN&SS SO"O1'HER
Lake Butler t"l : Sunday. in StaiKe .
:
Monday\ morning. I Saturday.lob.'rt STONE 1 AOE COACK" SUc.1s.
:Mr-. I' I'. Dekle. and l sons Kirk nn.I'Jillilln | l Carter" was greeting friends AVJT03 AIN'T COrV\S TO SMART CLOTHES 11 TONIC
\MIMON
of Five :Mile, vveiv" in town I I'I i lin. Highland Suturdny.Iliu STAN 'n e.4' l.E JEST
e I. Shopping Tuesday.Clarence Hampton Mar. I 'de e Padgett, passed through this. "Th Uopol\rf..hIQ( BonWy during lf!r[piJomicCUIlirANDFEYER.riMWIA,
Long, of :2i.-\V. iI..lones. of community Sunday morning $35 to $GO
five :Mile, entered 1 Gainesville; 1 !
school here I :Monday. was transacting businessin I Mis ..>.: Irate and Maude I'adgctt '

:Marcus and Norma:- Dekle spent Fri Dr.Hampton:Middletcm, Saturday.'' "|nnt Sunday, the guests. of :Misses. StratfordCOLLEGE COLDS'G I
day night! and Saturday at their was transacting business H.lith and! Ein Starling. PPf.IHfLUENZA2S
at Five :Mile. homo in Starke the first of the week. \\'. II. "'. Carter I
was visitor
to
'r r i :Misses 1 Utith Stevens. and :M.idle Rev. :Mullady preached nt the Christian 'I SI,,i'kf Saturd.iv.Mrs. a II I CLOTHES Uta so ttr. &fu re-No &
t church : 1 1h'r..st".1 y
I Monday (
: Floyd were" to a large: and in :\ Hattie :Nolan anti
children
the I
among
motored -
of
merry crowd audience.Mrs. FAD" For Young Men and Those flails CI
:'I young peonle who over to Jacksonville inlacktonvillefla.by
111 I gathered at the Saturday:
I home of dad Waters, to enjoy a pound her W I 1' Biro of Ionise, visited I of( the past. week. ,! who want to remain young. TllrTQOPICAL Co-
: mother here
,
I. : party. 'I Saturday anti Sunday ;'I! If. S. Starling was! visitor. to Jll'k.,1I01wllle I irivECgrilKOMC "
L.
A. Odurn .
f ;t' : :Matte Hewitt and "on. of Five :Mile was a welcomed' visitorto Saturday. - --
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t were in town 'f..llly.if' . ll,lent our are town, Monday. :Mr., and :Mrs. i| Wilbur Tarrish spent Saturday $35 to $60Write : CONSTIPATION: : ----
truly remembered
t Col. .\. 7..I,Ikins. of Starke, visited they have done. for what night at the home of W. A. Starling.i .
!.Jr. his mother in Lake About four years. II Oth..y !I''t I i' hard has Then
Dutler'ruesdny.S'alter i nn r his final\ discharge artpeople who
;. t laid the foundation for the Us for Our never have a
great New ,
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from '
Limit;ford, of Jacksonville; is Uncle Sam's. army and, o.iiin'iit( of the bowels
reform I
prison without
work. aT it
is
r visiting his I'or'nt"1: ,' By untiring ef returned home Wednesday. Style Book. I" ..laced
tugs) Mrs. fort, supported by faith in God; 1 night (Everybody's by a cathartic.) :Most of them
John rimthe I
Lnngford.Mrs. glad to l.i.e
him \
see brought
back
in thisIntl that
: : Pearce co-operation of loyal friends,!. they '.,'", cond tion on themIves -
l returned .iirinn. the
/ to her by
home
u"e of
are able to present the fruits of mineral waters
their'I .
in Lulu 4)'a '
r Tuesday morning. labor in the statutes of among th.'hl.- ii'd 1 strong enthart !, w that take
I' Francis folson. of New River, Hnpe Hall us I 'nri t" StarKe Saturday. lffl !Th1V i much water too
out o1'
was it stands. t."I"-o beautiful link : the .system and
!{ in town Sunday rite '" \V :M Vis'in v-ia .1 air'I'nvatr ,
itti'Mdini .,
\ a* It limiting; I to hoistnessin \ tB! di 1'.r:
were they
among the pinE'S.I are meant to i
ttev. Stnrke ,
S. S. Proctor filled
.t JI t his regular sheltering and! h..lplngthl's... unfor I Charlie Saturday. reli-ve. A mild laxative tonic like I
appointment at lUMwjn Friday, Saturday tunate whose lives have been Wilkinson was a visitor to 21 W. FOBSYTH ST. < 'hRmh<>rlnln'" Tablets affords
.: and Sunday. i iRev. i stricken i Highland Tuesday of tho-pn week. i. r-inx, .. n gen-
shy transgression.. II I' t '.f f th" bowels _
} L. .\. Raw 14. '1 | II. H. Hudson was visitor Jacksonville Fla. that you
L -.1 Ii 1 1j spent Friday Sat- :: Mr. and :Mrs. W. O. Seal made n in this I hardly realize has I been produced by a
"I community Thursday d""
j: I \ evening. i I ire. nnd their use is not so like

'l" \,, ly to be followed by constipation._Adr

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t KIOAV MAKC1I 28. 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TEUr.n.\I'lI.: STAKKE.: FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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I The second tuorterly| conference of ;1 <
I the :Methodist churches of Starko and : --

+ l.awtey was held! Sunday afternoon at 111
the latter place. A party" from Sl.uko I ,\, ,
T Bits of Local f : motored to Lavvtey, among I the number 0j ,'"

I being Rev. and Mrs. J. ('. Diggn, .
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I "mi-n IIi It'll'V.. B. Young and fam- I r---:
r II>', 1 I.. A. Dllvlslnol family, :Mr. and I 7 ..- -- .. -.- -- -- : :
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.'IIE :Mis, I:. K.: Perryman, I. C'. Prescott ', .-.':\- -, . l I. . .. -.- ,'; .. 'I' 't,
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W. White : "'
'...,.. ... a.+ ; J. W White, O. and family ; :.:-:"; ,.\ ...:.. I. : ,i:. r." .,' -...-: '-1 : \
/ "' 014 ..... ), and :Mr. Hemingway.( I IIi II ... .. . "". .. """t\ !, I : Iii '::0 ::1. . .. f

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I I (! inch I 'S'tIpipe; 30 cent value i ':'. f . s I'' ". +>. .."" .rlxer ,. s, I :,.I..U: ... ... ::: .:.:: :'".; :.::.": I
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I 19! 'enls-SIlI'ke: Hardware ) "C.? ',\' ,.;.I.Ir.BC:: ' :alto II (C. 1 Huh I ,ml\ hu>. uturnedfrom ; :Mi--.n 11. I1 (;nutty 1'1.. Ciosby. Co. i'St: ''' '' .,..-.
Ij.iIuniiiU1. J. I It, (;mover :and J. :M. (;1'00\1', well'': I ;.c ,:! ; j ; t ji I 'J
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known iitueiiM( of the Urooker section *- : : r .
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Mrs: Lewis of l-'t. fierce, '
Edgar
.John HttiTi-11! of Uaiford I, was In transacting business in Stark' I: ,
were \ \ /
of : : ;
president of the Florida Federation
I blurki* Monday 1 on bu iness. Monday. I i Womens' Clubs and! :\11'". J. W. 1\I.j feM J \:;: \ 'f1// I 1 t

;; ne.l-miss I l'nll.ni) priBideni of section :2 of the ; ,
I 1)) C. June ruturned", Tucsclny from :25 :.sacks seed potatoes) nl j\\ f .."" '
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fed.'rntion will visit Starkc next Prid I\; of" ," .
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business to Jacksonville. prices Cash Department -'. it \
n .. trip .. special ";*' aril, \ will be guest of :\11.... .Jo- Jo'ils"n :. j J !- :- I '. ff "f - J
---- --- Shire.Thohe\ .. I, \" Friday afternoon at !1 o'clock! J r ; 1 ;"I' :' .., ,.\;.- : i .:: a -J
(;j.V.. Burn' ld, of Jacksonville, wasa i -- .
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visitor to SturUo Wednesday. who have been awaiting for Ia nil..i.tinjiof the; School and! Civic ('lul II f "4: "i ">' l."! ': '. : L._ .
.. : will be h< Id at the home of :Mrs.\ A. /. : . .. ,. :...J-: : ':;.';:.; _L.t.-
-- creamery butter to come back toI/ I
Adkins at which those officers will deliver -
The young folks enjoyed a danceat normal price will havo to set their I .1
nddiesses. 1"011I'tn I 5 informal ;
an
the Scout Hull Monday night.Mrs. hopes farther ahead. Prices for this
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week'hoI08ul...., advanced to 71 reception will I b(> held in their( A New Machine At The
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W. U. Harvard and children cents. honor and all ladies interested in club I
,work are invited tattend.. : '
Waldo with relalives.
spent( Sunday at

----.--. -.- Auto Oil, SO cent mIne\\ for ;.VI!) 1' Special price r on Men's ('1111 h. i : I BANK OF STARKE
'nls-Sln'I I Lint en. ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. \\'. ]Edwards, of .+ are rag overalls, etc. ,\1..." LatlieCarnients. : ,'"} ,

Jacksonville, have returned to Sturkc ----- -- ; (:in ham"l. and Dress
to ipsiiic.Mule Mr. and Mrs. B. 11. Hopsnn hove :': This machine i is really wonderful Everything la Done Automatically i
returned to AKron, Ohio from Jacksonville floods.: (Cash; Department MoreIIor1L

Collars.' $::;::1.":? value for $2.50 at where, they hud been staying : oi.\Nfiis: M\N .\<;an'T'I : :: set! of steel brains which \\'(' have put It prints: dates, adds your deposits to y
for several months :Mr. i.> I
Starke..-Hardwire. -- -- -Co.- "---'-- genera! night foreman in the Hopson Goodrich! I ;\11".. Unit puke-- ...r.f Wot thington/ I to work in our accounting JrpartniPiit. the old balance} subtracts checks, figures w

\' J. S. Norman, of the Lnwtey sec rubber' "' fattory. I I Springs, has ]leased th, Commrru.il With it we can I".\Odlc our figure and! prints your new ".\Ianct'. All of t Y
hotel Staike and has christened\
Staiku tion, was Saturday.attendIIIK to business in :If'n'loul..f'Y. : Skin Work !ShoesSaturday it "The in rirudfoid.i It will be 1 known work faster than, ever before and at the this is done automatically. The operator -

', only $l.$9.! at Stump's.Mr by this tin nnr hereafter, Tho house 1 same time be sure that every item in simply writes the amounts on the t
Mrs. Kosborough, who has been seriously I I will bo lenoviited. and remodeled and
ffl for thu past ten days ii :\ und :Mrs.'' N. Stc-rnbeig and family Mrs. )Duke will put forward every effort I our books is ri ld. keyboard.-"the machine shifts from iol-

slowly recovering. :Mr.\ and ;Mrs. W. J I Epperson, Dr. to make it popular with the traveling i helps Us Give You Better Service limn to column and adds, subtracts or
. -- and :I 1'''. J. P. Tomlinson, Mr. and ] public. She managed the hotel''
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111'1'1.Iary'' : Wcuksi, of Jacksonville,. ;Mrs. 1" !'. Stump composed n motoring Iat I Woi'thington Springs' for a time By the machine method, every depositor's !prints, (lie date as desired without the
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recently made u visit to her daughter party to the State Farm, Raiford' and the traveling men all speak in least attention being .
I I during account is kept in (balance all/, necessary.Come t
of that
nod Lake Butler] Sunday. ; very high terms hostelry
I ;Mrs. ((5. l' Livingston. .__._____ '
__ n_ _._ the time she managed it. i the time and there are no mistakes such In And See It Work .

Gingham. 15 I: cents> nt Stump' I Special sale on Men: and Ladies I ,
--- .. --- -- Spring' Shoes :it Cash Department For safety sake ask for as are unavoidable with oilier ways of There is no method of !posting, ledgers

U. U. Theile!, L. II. Hill and Harold visitors \ Store. 1- "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin." I II handling figures. known which equals this Burroughs "
business
Pearce of l.awtey wrc
.... to, Starke Tuesday. .- --' The time saving made possible by Bokh'pingJadine) in either accuracy ,

Supt. ]E.; U. Poppell returned Fri I the machine gives us an opportunity to or time saving. y,
from Tallahassee where he attended -
Miss. Rhoda Lugcrgren, of Jackson day TALCUM SOLD AS
ville, spent Sunday with her parents, a state educational meeting I improve the service to our customers in Come in and see our new Burroughsall

Mr. and Mrs.; II. E. Lagergren. Mr. Poppell committee is a of member the Florida of the Educational executive -- departments of the bank. at work in our accounting department. i

Harness only Association which is one of the
of
$25.00 set Buggy ASPIRIN TABLETSMiUlona
$17.50 at Starke Hardware Co. most important offices in the associa
tion. BANK OF STARKE ,

Mrs. B. W. Hodges, of Jacksonville, of tablets void to dealers !
was visiting friends and relatives in I Linseed' Oil, regular $2.25 value ; by a Brooklyn manufacturer who was. E. S. MATTHEWS. President GEORGE C. WHITE, Cashier ,
several days of this week. for $1.19-Starke HardwareCo.
Starke I sentenced U) three yearn In the penitentiary I

for selling talcum powtlirtablitn We invite None for
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson witha especially checking accounts. are too large our
as Aspirin 'rablrtai1ewiindWhen !
party of friends motored to Lake I facilities and none too small to have our careful
Butler Friday and spent the day. C. R. Sapp. secretary of the Lawtey I .
relief
t National Farm Loan Aisoeiation wnfn you seek

Mr and Mrs. C. II. Harrison of business visitor to S'.irke!: 'inr-d! '. from Head.tche; Nellral ia, I II '
Worthington were guests last Sun- :\11'. Sapp was recently appointed! assistant :,
day of Mr. and ;Mrs J. O. Fralick. to the aunts mnnstratiori" I Earache: Toothache, l Rlieumatism i.I. 'i
agent and I is, giving valuable assistance -
-- -- --------- : Lumbago; Colds, w
Hoes $1.00\ \'Ulll"toing! at 65 cents in getting this work organized r "
at St.irkc. Hardware Co. in this county. Grippe or liitlucuzal Colds rJ'
. I i'', ;I"n. passed. through here" on then
-- insist
-- the
Dr. A. J. Johnson, Senator A. 1) Yellinllomespun, 12'2 cents yard always upon genuine viliomi, > Mond.iy: nn >i ninjfMis INSURE WITH ') 1
I li-fl. for J.iclt '
Andrews. and Prof Harries, of RaiPord, nt Stump's. I :M.ilti" StnNliv
'.c. mthe I "' after, I limshiii' ); a vi 'ly MICH J)
were in tarklon.l:1y; : on business. JOS. E. WILSON .
Tablets .
1'1.1' 11'111 ofi biiol heir, .
:Mrs'' A. J. Anders has received a I '
See our line of :'tIt'n'M'nhhy: !Straw telegram from her sin. Senrt. Owon? EAsrir'" .Mi',. \V II An.In" mid, httli-, von STARKE FLORIDA i ki
his safe arrival I .li/. hi' Arthur, spent the. \\.k..I1.1 in J
1Ial,.. !Mump'' J. Anders, announcing I GENERAL
-- -..- - - - ] in Newport X.wTn.. She hl1lat..lv Th "Bayer Crosi'on Genuine Tablets 1,1t"y I < with her niDtbcr.! ;Mii/ ./,, !h. INSURANCE (

The Masons held nery interesting ,received" word from her son, I Proved safe by millions White.U FIRE-LIFE-BONDS-AUTOMOBILE !
meeting Monday: evening at which the Ziuk, who is still in France saving .'V. K.; C. Wells lulled, Ins ii-KuUii
conferred. II'1\ and hi-urtv. and expects .u'ipi. intnient nt the hit pt1st. church OilS -
Mllstl'Ia.oll: dt.'J.t'I'ce1\!' that ho I
AJults-T.tkc one or two
to he home the Hh of Inly] ""IllY, nioriiinic and ('veiling.lht. .
$1.75: I Kelly ."'t's, Sp<>ii.il at $1.1 1. tablets, anytime, with water.If Itaiford high School' closed !i'rl-' i

nt SUrke: Hardware ('n.Irs. SI.00 Hoes now "Mllinfor; 71)cents !) neCL".try. repeat dose three day[' alter u very SIlt l'i',5fur1! schnnltern of
.. The commi'nct'nient OXITCISIM Spring Offering Breeding Stock
; at Starke' Hardware ('o. I times, a day after meals. ,
"nilIMIJII I
o"1''
;\ :Sidney Johnson/ and little son !fril'ly i evenng: wire" very ( .

Sidney., ., of Will,!. spent the weekend ---'-'-"-"-'- -. I 20-ri>nt r'\l'knl-T.nr'r' .17.! "* nNi>. ( "cd by all who attended.MM. It will pay Y''lt"' in,pirt,, I till' DII, !IllY yniii AnginaWi o.'its; frinn us. .
IInlIrs.; Williams received,! II : 1 ft 1: \. Morivll, returned la ,t tweik : .,
with her parents) :Mr. :\Irs. Arthur Mil' :Sows| .Illll IllllllsM llfl'l bl>folluivinif > '1:1tw": thousand |puce and if:
\V. II. Strutl: message! from, her husband .\. II. Wil-! I! Duy only original Dayi-r packages from a visit to her daughter l Wiiwn ")-d':; fanny. Or the 'lit ""I!...t herd" "I'l rcgitered|

linins. on :Mari'h Itth tolling of his nr- Mrs' r'urnnll, at New Smyrna. inn," sired, l"y Drum (Clu-rry" King, Cm:.. !k-> in tinSmith. J.
:Men's Work :Shirts- 79! cents, worth rivnl] in New York with the 27th Division 1 American Owned Dilirclyl! ,II The farmer around here are seldom mid w. ",.JIt.v,< the highest prin'ilMI Wi huts l II'IL: 'lall ami I'lirchi-ron,

$1.2: nt :Mump'H.I'livati1 : I on ;March Ifith! He saw two I, Aspirin t. the! trn X months' active .service on the front oi MonoacclicaciJcitcr uf SilicylicutiJiIMMr ._ ry busy planting. lilli.,r sister" uf tin' iinnil: ( 'hiinipuni .1 I :Spiini: : lucks in ; s F''
0 T. Newaoin has been honorably before the armistice was signed )He 1 . I II.V.. I'lirtis, of the :Mariunnii Ri-: of the tlinti-d States, who sold for 'Walk, / Tarns won highst pri's, 'j 1
\ discharged; from further Berviee expects to arrive home hy April 10th J: : CIH'KCIIThrough fin'in School, wax in town on busines. <<< $IOM.:>I.00.) MII liidin ( I'n sident's Cup, fur ciittl'1 i Qi.

in the army and reached home a -- l I of 'relrI Tin..sdiiy. I We .can su|>ply you at ri'iisornililiIHHIS ', ,- hogs! and horses at llio Florida
few days ago. Prices on our firocerics are t : the 'o'"rf".y'" the .1. Hampton Jones of Callabun: r pent l' with I lliTcford, and, :Shorthorn Htuli1 l-'air. Then1 is an alarmingHhoitage ,

down to the bottom-Price a few I graph I the call change the attention of time of the schedule public part of this week here, guest of A. D.Andrews. hulls' / cows and) (culvcs all TICK- ., of bri'i'ding animals and "
to
Hemp I'low Lines 25: cents at !'tarl..eIbrdwllr. IM MINI( : and. ACC/.IMATKD.( ;! advise making your selection now J.
.. Co. staples and be ('onvln'dCa..hDepartment I which goes into inimediiite effect' and I'rof. nnd, :Mrs Il.irnes left We.lnitilay \
Store.Friends remains; in force till further. noti..1'Iornln : for a month's visit in Alabama A FINK I: SPANISH JACK READY KR SERVICE

Col. and Mrs. D. B. Knight and family .I ;\ service, 12 o'clock.Sunday i with :Mrs. P-urnes' parents.Ituncr .
spent Sunday in Lake Butler with -of-Lieutenant-II. r. Richard, !school 11:00:( u. m.Kveninjf I Andrews< Jacksonville,', The Walkill Stock Farms Company I

Mrs. Knight's: parents, ;Mr. and :Mrs. that : .service, 8:30.: came" out on a few days' visit with his (j;
will he greatly pleased to know I
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John tangford. he reached :New York Tuesday and B. Y. P. U., 7:30 p. m. !, parents. .- Green Cove Springs, Florida. "t

that his health has greatly improved, :Mid-week prayer service( 8:00: p. m. ': t "
Dl'KKS::;
Easter"
Ladies Hats at "Special: ]
"I1If1JIDCIIjDrJCIIlIIOCIfflCOOlUlmOIDcmmmcJmOfflOIDrnmmClID
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during the past few months. It isexneeted Wednesday evenings I
prices at !Stump's. that Lieutenant Richard will! I Don't foriret the Union xervieecSunday I(0;. Kih'hlnJ& : ) !: !DCIJC1lmr.JCClliHWIQIIr.IfII"j) ) : y yPuu
(Dukes! ;Mar 2 ,
be granted n leave of absence soon !'; niirht I under, the auspices of with ;M. A. It
Mr. and :Mrs. Lawrence :Moseley of nnd that h<> will reach home within I the W. T T. U. at this church. I'ro- spent Tuesday night li Notice to Out of Town Customers i '

Raiford, have a little daughter. :Mrs.Moseley the next few days.Kelly gram to begin nt R:30: o'clock. I I pukes of 1'hilaiM-, I
Douifluss
Miss ;
was formerly ;Miss Edith I Mary I L i YOU ARE IN: HURRY I t
; A
Starke. ------ The Sunday School ;Missionary pro. phia' and Mrs: :Mattio f'ruwford were! WHEN I-OR ANYTHING ;
Manning- of .-- I Axes, $1.7.: going at gram> !has been postponed 1 until Sunday visiting ;\Ir!'. J./ M. Dukes Wednesday.! IN OUR LINE It ItI \.f.

Boarders invited! to the Malphurs $1.2.) at Starke Hardware Co. April. 2Cth. Miss I i KlUa: Dukes was shopping i ir: I \

Ilou'le.11'11.: J. :M. :Minton, proprie .----- KMKOKD fiiimesvillo. Saturday I. :: PHONE: us I l:

tor. 3.1 t..tt. The many friend of Robert Gray I ,,1 I IUaiford Mr I I K. l 1-'. Rivers: and, little daughter !: And J Charge The Long/ (Distance Call To Us :; 1h1 I Ir
will he delighted to know he has arrived were visitinK :Mr. and ;Mrs M. A.
l. :Mch. 28.-Choslei 'h Smith
:Mr[" nnd :MrJos.. ; R. Wilson, Col. in New York from oversee. Heis [ who has been spending his furlough Dukes Friday. Lumber
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and :Mrs. A Y. Long and family motored I now convalescing nft"r severalweeks' here with his parents, returned toNew Jars. |U. A. Iliers, of Cadillacwas, Quigley Supply: Company {'
St.: Augustine and illness and will he. moved to u !
to Palatka business Thur rlay.
where his York Tuesday morning- In non! it:: 1f.If'JC'Ir.JCIOCIt'IQr.If'J'IO'ICIfJ! ;> : <) :} ? ( ::JGtfCJC1f1rJ4sCfCprut11UU1CfQtTClCrj7t'illhere ; :
hospital shortly
Jnl'k.ond1J"unIIIY.| nearer
;Mrs. of Green CovrSprint's Mr. and ;Mrs. Andrew Crawford viaIitril ...
Luck
father and mother. Mr. and ;Mrs. II I.. Manly ,, -----

2.0; Bridles going for 1.8: at Cray, will visit him. It is probable spent the week-end l here visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. A. :'1. Thomas Sun-1 Tucsd.iy. on. ......rll.." will. b> 13 .n'.1 If fP m ?

that operation for gall-stones will her husband. day. than mi. Inn.rllun will. ..
e h.
!Starke Hardware an rh.rn.d f r at I
IIP nl'eellllury.-GuinE'svill. Sun. i Hevs. I'roctor and Hauls wIll speak Messrs. J. :M. and T. A. llukra) wen1t.iiMness ; Miss Nita Dukos! i. visiting her aster c.nt ...",d. N..Iolntl iharmd.
to the public at the Baptist! church visitors to Graham last "'....k. , Mrs.: Oscar Summers, this wi-i-k. .-
from
L. r. Powell where! turned he had Saturday, been attending :See our beautiful line of. Silk Crepede : here Wednesday evening i :Mrs. R. R- Taylor and daughter! J. FiPgar, of C.aim-svilli: ', was visiting FOR KXCHANCK: : have a 5-room

Tallahassee the convention of the !state school] Chine and Georgette Crepe, all A. I D.) Andrews. Dr. Johnson and Miss Hell, were visitors here l last week here Sunday. house and two lots In the city of

officers and, teachers.! colors at llImp'". Prof. Barnes were visitors to Starke! .J. W. N'essmith, of Ft. Call, was "'..mon.1 J Dukr.s and Johnnie Murphy Live Oak that I will exchange for u
.-_. - MontfayMr h''u visiting his daughter, Mrs. S.1.: were business visitr-t. to. ItrookiT. housi and lot in St.ttke.: 1 can be I
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Dresses) !)H Hon. R. A. Ornene attended the convention W. I. returning honi Mon, :;.ro'fay found at the residence of John Ug-
Children's Ready made Roberta and children, of lit[> k rents and up, at Stump's. of atatn school I ,officers and Jacksonville, spent the weekend her-* : '--- - .
-- --- --- --. teachers in session at Tallahasseelast with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D Karl: [Dukes visited friends at ISrook J TO C.\TTI.I': OW.VEnS-If

:Mr and ;Mrs. C. A. :Mixon: an.111': week nnd was. honored by appointment Andrews. I'" Sunday.,. t'LASSJFIEADVERTISING D cows need export attention after your 11

and :Mrs. StansMl motored to Prbyidi'ner as a member of the committee Paul Johnson was n visitor t" th. lion., II. C. I'eeples! and J. I.. I5i.,,w .i giving( !birth sea .1. A. JdmUon,
Sunday amt spent the day with on legislation. This committeeunanimnusly county tnt :Monday t', ,'nbusm' m; visitors here ;Monday.Mr. Starkindiabli'' references! given
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recommended law finking
I Mr.: an I Mrs.: fuellingSpeHal a Dr. Johnson announcrs the nrrivi' and Mrs., Elmer Douglass, of O>.: fK.sr A wilt FOR' Fvtii ISSLF.CASH 2-A.tf. {
school attendance compulsory. IV AllVANCK; _ __ ,
of n little daughter the twentieth Mrs. J. M. D-jk" wortPing -- -- ---
on
Sale Next !Saturday end The convention adopted! the recommendation i ,\lin-huft. and Advtrlliivmrnlii inn.rli>il unrirr tbl. h.ail }
I'I :; and Crockery- by unanimous vote and the Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Roberts were \ i ", relatives near (Providence< Silt I mud h. pad In ilvanf. No .Hw.rll umtnt I WANTED-I'ine logs, cypress Ion; i
:\fnndllyonnum..lwart'!: !Starke ]legislature will be asked to pass a visitors in town Sunday afternoon. i irjay and Sunday. :, for nn* ln.rrtlon n.aept.d for t bvr than 2$ all grades and .Iotes.! Grell"IfC'; .
ware Hardware and Galvanized Co. I Ware at compulsory law. I Mr. and ;Mrs. Harrison, of! Worth. J JI. S. Long was n business visitor I!, c.nU. For Inalanc A 10'WorU .d..nt.emu ('..., .Jai-k.sonville, Ma.( 321C..

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" ,e PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY,


HOT WEATHER HINTS: FOR THE gon, which shows 607, 323 and 225 respectively TRY IT! SUBSTITUTE ;::1 1


101 Bradford County Farmers i POULTRYMEN I In all .states except Maine, West FOR NASTY CALOMEL

I Warm weather has come in South Virginia, South Carolina, Alabama,
Mak-
Liver Without
Florida. Hot noon will be common Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota Starts your

all over the state before many weeks. I and Colorado the divorce rates ing You Sick and Can-

1 1 COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS around seven tons per acre will 'fill around troyed. I Good poultry work calls for methods were higher in 1916 than in 1906.( In
silo 12 feet in diameter and 40 Leaf blotch is one of the more com- that will offset extreme heat and cold. 31 per cent of the cases in 1916 the not Salivate.

i feet high. This will make feed for BO mon diseases of the rose foliage, and I Just now it is well to understand that divorce was granted to the husband
Sunter County: The Oxford section that often becomes destructive Every druggist in town--your druggist -
small chicks attention
of cattle feeding 15 pounds per one need to over-
head while the husband's rate in 1906 was
has shipped 23 cars of hogs on of excessive moisture.It and everybody's druggist has no-
periods the of hottest
cattle during effect
25 head of come our days.
day for 2 foot and three cars of butchered pork, per off in the sale
for the same numberof is frequently responsible for early The extension poultry husbandman at ticed a great falling
and every family has plenty of meat :JO pounds a day defoliation of the bushes, causing a the University of Florida, Dr. N. W. is shown by the figuresto of calomel. They all give the earn

and lard at home. This section need: days. and other silage crops weakened or stunted plant. This disease Sunborn urges that better care be have been the cause for about 3H reason. Dod son's Liver Tone is taking

a peanut mill, as the hogs cannot Where be corn successfully, there is may make its appearance hear- I given the young chicks.In per cent of the divorces Among other its place.

eat nearly all\ the peanuts grown. Several can grown can carry as many ly spring and continue thru the sea- extremely hot weather special loading causes were cruelty, infidelity "Calomel is dangerous and people

cars of hogs have been shipped cattle no other way the we same number of acresas son, becoming more destructive durIng care is necessary to prevent chicks and failure to provide. know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is

from other points of the county. by raising on these crops and putting ; the rainy season. from being overheated by exposure to Records also showed that the marriage perfectly safe and gives better re-

f --- them into the silo. Leaf blotch is easily detected by to the sun, confinement where ventila- ; rate in 1916 was 1,050 per 100- sults," said a prominent local druggist -
Orange County: There is an un- its characteristic appearance on the tion is bud, or overcrowding. The 000, or nine times as great as the divorce Dodaon's Liver Tone is personally .

usually heavy orange an grapefruitbloom. (;I'T: RID OF<< Tin::: : .tPIiiS foliage. Infections appear us rather brooder should be under shelter with rate of 112 per 100,000. The "guaranteed, by every druggist who
A number of groves being large/ blaik or brown spots cfr blotcheson good circulation of air around it, and marriage rate in 1&06 was 1,020 per sells it A large bottle costs 60 cents,

sprayed to control scab. The livestock The melon-aphis, commonly called the surface of the leaves. At first I[ the number of chicks should not be 100,000 showing the marriage rate to and if It fails to give easy relief in
1 are planting more feed I the infected tissues is merely discolored l be increasing slower of liver sluggishness and
i men the "Hessian fly," is the most serious i! greater than it will accommodate > considerably every case
crops than ever before. One man who of watermelons in the State. but later the affected area be I: comfortably under hot weather conditions than the divorce rate. constipation, you have only to ask for

planted ten acres of corn und 75 acres: enemy There are four methods of control conies dead and brown. In severe your money back.

t of cabbage last year is planting 85 says: J. It. Watson of the Experiment tucks the leaves become yellow at-I Skim-milk, either sweet or sour, drove' Ta.Otelc.s1l! chill Tonic Dodaon's Liver Tone is a pleasant-
acres to corn this )'ear. The farmers fumigating the infected areas, and often shed.If tasting, purely vegetable remedy,
!Station. These are: spraying( und buttermilk are especially valu- restores vitality and energy by purifying and enrlihlnl -
:21!> tons of nitrate of soda. disease Is noted in time, it I harmless to both children and adults.
purchased ', dusting and clean culture. the able feeds in hot weather, making the the blood. You can soon feel tf*Streogth-
from the Government this year, witha The more satisfactory method of can usually: be checked with two or diet lighter without reducing its nutritive ruing, Invigorating Effect. Price 8fto. Take a spoonful at night and wake

saving of $9707.!> About/, () per cent dealing with un outbreak is to spray : three applications of some fungicide; value. The use of milk does up feeling tine; no biliousness, sick

, of this was used on citrus: groves with a soup and tobacco decoction.The 'such all bordeaux mixture or ammoni- not do away with the use of water, Plan to build a silo this year. One headache, acid stomach or constipated

just before blooming. rcudy-mnde extract of nicotine neal solution of copper carbonate. If which should be given as usual. of the first steps is to plant crops bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause
t the bushes are blooming at the time inconvenience all the next day like "
but
the cheapest ;
3 sulphate is probably Unless the premises where chicksare with which to nil it.
Texas
DeSoto County Another had immediately the ,, spraying the ammoniacal solution of violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel (,
if this cannot be and all used are
appliances
cattleman has purchased 15,000 acres satisfactory ex :i copper carbonate will be preferable, kept today and tomorrow you will feel
can make a known to be absolutely free from lice FOR THE CHILDREN
of land in this county and U now fencing grower directions: Tobacco 'since it leaves no stain on the foliageor weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose "
tract by the following i and mites it is precaution to Too much cannot be exercisedin
. to bringing in a a wise care
it preparatory refuse placed in flowers. Two or three applications a day's work! Take Dodaon's Liver
e To this stems and are ,: paint or spray the brooder with a selecting a cough medicine for the
herd of cattle from Texas. them well and if the spray may be necessary, and Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor .
enough/ water to cover mixture of 4'parts crude petroleumand children. It should be pleasant to
he will add some of the best native : just below (I I these should be made at intervals of and ambition. '14-5ttHayon'
at temperature 1 kerosene allowing it to contain harmful and
for better beef kept a part take no drug
and breed If the weather is
; cows up to ten days.
to seven
for an hour, or allowed before Puffs of
Several will carryon boiling dry thoroly using. most effectual in curing their coughs
growers
points. demonstrations. soak over night. The solution should I be required insect powder on the chicks when in and colds. Long experience has shown

i spraying then have the color of strong tea, and. be resuired. the brooder, about once a week, will that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy "
34tfll Mildew of the is another com-
rose
' Osceola County: Great interest before use I should be diluted with 10 the destroy any lice that may be on them. meets these conditions. It is a favo- ..
confined to
trouble, chiefly
j? volume of water. I mon
times its rite with mothers. Adv.
combat many -
shown by citrus growers to( Fumigation is the most thoro method ,, young, tender growth. This occurs ONE OUT OF EVERY NINE MAR-
insect pests and diseases. Trees the aphids on a plant. as a white powdery> growth on the RIAGES ENDS' IN DIVORCE
i with bloom. Considerable thrlp of destroying Affected If You Had Typhoid Fever Would You Healing Honey
heavy leaves and shoots.
will be the best new -
it
time
If used in Consult T
Druggist Physician
a or a
to pick
Cattle beginning up.
noted. method. Fumigation is best accom-I shoots become dwarfed and are often Washington, March 20.-Approximately
'I A 40 per cent stand for potato crop. killed by attacks. Sulphur of nine
/ plished by the use of carbon bisut- j severe one out every mar- Headache, dizziness, poor or uncom. Stops
! Many potato growers planting potato burning tobacco papers compounds are generally consideredmore riages in the United States is termi-
velvet beans. phide or by fortable vision, may or may not be the
fields to corn, peas, and for control of mil
it under frames covered with oiled cloth. satisfactory nated by divorce, according to fig- result of Eyestrain. Glasses may be The

Wakulla County: Farmer buying I I Fine tobacco dust, placed about the i dew, altho Bordeaux mixtilre may be ures compiled by the bureau of the the remedy or may cause irreparable
wet with census and made public today.
plants when they are | used.When .
4 i better machinery. One gang plow dew young, will kill many aphids. When the |I this disease appears, two or Excluding South Carolina, where all damage.We employ Oculist-Physician TickleHeals
an
cultivator and one hand power peanut three of lime sulphur so-
applications
'I. have much of a start, this laws permitting divorce were repealedin
aphids with to
:
seven experience, exam-
sheller was placed during the past should it in check. The years
method is considerably less effective lution keep 1878, the three lowest divorce ratesin
1 u week. should be made at Inter. ine your eyes FREE of charge The Throat
than spraying. applications 1916, for which year returns are LASSES COMPLETE: $5.00 UP
anl'' vals of ten days to two weeks, usinga shown for the District
the winter now complete are -
insects spend
/ These Hours 10 6 Sundaysby Cures The
: a. m. to p. m. Cough
+ I Citrus County: About 50 percent early spring( on citrus und on many dilution of one part of concentratedlime of Columbia, North Carolina and appointment. Phone 2848. 'I

of the corn crop hus been plunted. weeds. It is obvious: that these weeds';' sulphur in 40 parts of water. New York, where the rates were 13, CRYSTAL OPTICAL COMPANYSuite : Price 35c.

Young watermelon vines up to a good should 1 be kept down on land that Is' ::11 and 32 per 100,000 of population re- I
< 57-58; Mutual Life Bldg.
1 stand and looking fine. About for
rr intended 23 Main. 3rd Floor, Jacksonville, Fla.
the East
acres planted to melons on and the aphids destroyer! on citrus for Nevada, Montana and Ore-
.' side of the county. trees adjacent. to such fields. The Silajce) I'urni-ihvtt the I lost Roughage 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE

aphids. occur only on the new growth )'"or'inlt'r Use The Quinine That Does Not Affect The \Head (Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
Duval County: Potatoes planted of the citrus trees und especially on !rrau'f> of Its tonic and laxntlva elTitt. LAX-
! in low grounds have been considerably The-; latter should be One of the best and surest means IV K 1IROMO QUININE (Tob'fU'' can he taken For Chest Colds Head Colds and
water sprouts. by> anyone '
damaged by iuin However, in cut out und burned, and the valuablenew of accomplishing an increase in the lathe head. E.WGROVESetgnsturuuubox.\ Jug Croup, is enclosed with every bottle -

r most cases the farmers are replanting growth sprayed with tobacco so- amount of forage grown is thru the f of HAYES' HEALING HONEY
the drowned out places production of more silage according LEMONS MAKE SKIN
I lution. I You get the Cough Syrup and the Salve
burnedas to J.1.. Thompson of the Experiment
should be
vines
Putnam County: A number of I I All infested they become valueless. Station. .In general, silage is a splendid WHITE, SOFT AND CLEAR for one price 33c.

farmers ure j.'oinj.to put in quite a i soon-us .-- feed for cattle and it is especially I Made. Recommended and Guaranteed to

few acres of early sweet potatoes. I I TOR IlESTKOUNGctm valuable in the ration of dairy cattle.. the Public bY'Paris '
MIXTURE Make This Beauty Lotion ForA COFFEES
I Some lire experimenting with the \ ORMS: Either: corn, sorghum, or Japanese Medicine Company
Small Stem Jersey, und will play for cane is valuable for putting in the Few Cents and See For Manufacturers ofGrove's
the northern markets with this variety I I silo. As either of these! uan be

The bulk of the planting will By Killing! Plants These! Can Worms Be Saved Many\ Valuable (I'successfully grown on most crops of the Yourself. Best By Every Test Tasteless Chill Tonic

K bo.' \I'orto Hicos. !Better livestock be- cultivated lands of the state, and as! -- k

turning more popular every ,day, and There is more than one kind. of pois- 'silage:' is the most economic form in What girl or woman hasn't heard of

I many farmers! are buying both pure, oned bait that can be used in destroying which roughage! can be preserved for lemon juice to remove complexion

I blooded\ hogs and bulls.St. cutworms, but the so-called Kansas winter use. Prof. Thompson advocates Blemishes; to whiten the skin and to 'R uU"_."_._.'_._' ..

mixture is recommended! by J. R. the increased acreage to silage bring out the roses, tho freshness and
t St. Lucia Co'The: last of the Watson of the University of Florida crops. Corn is admittedly the standardcrop the hidden beauty? But lemon juice

grapefruit is: being pickllIn,1, i shipped. experiment station. I for this: purpose. Where other alone is acid, therefore irritating, and

S Trees coming out in full bloom, und Prepare a mixture of 20 pounds conditions are equal, the greater the should be mixed with orchard white Export Trade

t prospects good for a fair crop next 1 bran, 5 pounds cottonseed meal!, und yield l of grain the better will be the this: way. Strain through a fine cloth rt

: jeur. Potatoes looking fine. Pineapples I pound paris green./ Prepare another quality of the silage. Hence the varieties the juice of two fresh lemons into a :i
\ in the Wiivelund section look bottle containing about three ounces :
that the best yields Latin America
produce
j mixture of 2 1-2 gallons: water, ?
:; of orchard white then shake well and
promising ,
of will be found mostdesirable
I t! quarts molasses or syrup, and threeor corn usually
four lemons. The entire lemon for silage purposes. you have a whole quarter pint of skin R What Sells Here Sells There

Marion County: Cahhllj."rOI) should be prated or ground fine. Pour Sorghum produces a feed only a and complexion lotion; at about the :Iltfci,.
'UCIIIj.out! very "rapidly, and farmersreceiving into mixture enough of the little inferior to that of corn silngt i oat one usually pays for a small jar '
the
satisfactory prices: for dry of ordinary cold crnm. Ue sure to :] Manufacturers wishing to market their products in Latin America will
wry \vet mixture to make the mass decidedly It is much more drought; resistant
I same. I Ruins damaged lettuce and damp but not sloppy, and of than i is corn, and on light' soils will :strain the lemon juice so no pulp I gets ut be benefited by communicating with /pur Export Bureau. We can sell
into the bottle then this lotion will
,
re
1 bean' crops. such consistency that it will fall in often return much heavier yields than main pure and fresh for months. When u'' your goods through ourNative .
fine flakes when sown broadcast. corn There" are n number varieties "
bloom applied daily to the face, neck, arms, '
I I.ee County: Kinext citriw
This bait t-hnulil lie put out after I that may be used satisfactorily for : Sales Representatives
and hands it should to bleach
help ,
that lce has hud in
county years. ,
v msct, so that it will lie. fresh. and ut.ulive thin purpose, but those that return clear, smoothen and beautify the skin rll'
The condition(groves The have nitrate been kept was in received good :. : when the win'ms come out to the heaviest yields of green food. are Any druggist will supply three ounces :: and trade connections. Publicity in two hundred Latin. American

y in time for, the trees to be properly feed in the nitfht. If the following! usually, preferable. of orchard white at very little ,cost :ut 1 Newspapers and two hundred Salons (Motion Picture Theatres) in

fertilized und they are in the very day is cloudy the bait will remain attractive Sorghum may be planted any time anti your grocer has'the lemons. 1,:: South and Central America, will carry the story of your products straight
for the second night, otherwise f'umIar'h, 13: to June I 15, if the .-Adv. ((99)) I
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large best/ condition crop of sugar Outlook cline good, for u it will have to be renewed if the ground \is not too dry. lied top sor- .-- --- -- ---- -- :ii::1 to the Merchants Business Men, Buyers and Consumers of these South :

cutworms have" not been liroutrht under j'hiim, one of the best varieties! for re: American Countries.
control. If properly sown it will luge purposes requires from 100 to rr
Pasco County: The first market
S I fill: in stub small flakes that fowls 12(1: ( days to make the crop Co-operative Catalogues
held
day in Pasco county vvus in Dado \
or other birds will not pick it up. Where the is allow>il i I
City hint Monday, and wan a big xuccemt. crop to mature -
There were. :Uo: ) farmers present I In a field of cabbage better protection utiil the silage carefully packed, It t We are assembling our 1919 catalogue printed in the language of the
will be given the plnntu at nnutller Japanese will uuillv I In.. found + Helps + and Central
; !9o>() artulis were' li"tl'.land $1300! \ cane I South American Republics.
cost for material if instead
wall the urosa proceeds. from the sales. satisfactory. It producenil> grain i"
-- s i"f being sown broadcast the bait is and will not, therefore b!>,. equal| in There can: be no doubtas / interested, write wire or call
Aluchuu County: r'urmr-rs anti, placed, in, small piles about tho stalks I'ccMlint value to either rum m sorlihum. to the merit of Cardm, o"
of, the scattered along the the woman's tonic, in Export Division2
business men in and around l Al.ichuuhave plants or : Iij I ) feeding it, iillow.uue of
the treatment of
become interested shipping rows. KTUIIIshould. \ be given to saunter balance troubles: peculiar many to I ALLIED] AMERICA ASSOCIATION

I whole milk und cream, and it now I Instead of both cottonseed meal this deficiency. + women. 1 he thousands +.

seems that u good business in this line and bran, t'itlimn)' be used alone, .\ precaution. which should lie observed of women! who have been :: ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A.
' 1 may \be worked up. quit a number) of in which ease :L'!,'"> pounds is used. Bitter in the preparation of all si- helped by Cardui in the k1C:'

G' good producing Jersey, cows are already molasses, sul'1as New Orleans loges IM there packing 11'it goes into past 40 years, is conclusive -
i owned by the farmers, anti other stale bran or meal should not be used the silo. This is especially important medicine proof that for It is a JI' mmnnmm Illill: mtlWlllWI

I I will be bought if the present plans |! in making this hint. The mixture in the case of Japanese cane. good who suffer. It women should

I are worked out favorably. The\ county must; be made. up fresh each day from which on account of its more leafy help you, too.
I I ntfent has helped two men secure I sweet fresh muterinl.: nature is less easily packed than + + n

good cows und several more will bet Where there are but few cutworms, | either corn or sorghum. TakeCARDUI

placed in u short time I the easiest quickest. and cheapest ---.-- I

I' ----.-_. _-- method of dealing with them is to Natural instinct teaches is to appreciate -
( )WWIIIIU: : PORN lOlt THE walk thru the patch in the early morning I the confidence placed in us by CULTIVATORS

SILO and look for plants which were others, nnd this confidence demonstrated
.
eat off during the preceding night j'i thru responsibility, seldom )

Each year there \is lent ncrengeplunted fly ",'rall'hinlthe earth away from ], fails to serve a good purpost'Iukl: !

' 1 to cotton in this state, due the base of the plant the worm will | your farm help personally responsiblefor FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTORS

, largely to the: invisum of the boll usuallybe found at a depth of not I success or failure, and you will
Die Woman's Tonic
CC weevil. Most of the u,.i"I l cotton more than an inch.WATCH get the best service in them. -J. O. + p

I groun.l will grow equally,, is ijood .- Truxler, Farm Help Specialist. PLANTING PLOWS
corn, und W. II. Black agent; in animal I 101'R( ROSE 1H' ln-::; Mrs. N. E. Varner, of

1 I'uslianilry, Cooperating, with the I --- I The Strong Withstand the Winter I "I Hixson.was passing Tenn., throughthe writes I

, extension: divison: of th Cntlcfe of I See that They are Kept Free of Cold better Than the Weak . My back and

Agriculture, Buys that if coin is grown Disease You must have Health. Strength and Endurance sides were terrible, and I
I on this land, then put into the silo and I : to fight! Colds Grip and Influenza. + my suffering indescribable. I

fed to cattle, the chances are !good I There are two or three diseases: of When your blood Is not In a healthy I can't tell Just how DeWITT C. JONES
for making some profit. ; the rose that are usually troublesome ,i condition and does not circulate! properly, and where I hurt, aboutall

t s \ Fifteen acres of corn yielding thru the spring and summer. ':he your Winter system cold.GROVE'S. is unable to withstand the begin over Cardul I think, and .my. I .-. I

---- abundance of rainfall the past few pains rew less and Ins! HARDWAREStarke
} No Worms In a Healthy Child weeks may aid materially In the development I TASTELESS Chill TONIC until f was cured I am ,

i All children troubled with worms hiva an un- and spread of these diseases I, Fortifies the System Against Colds GrIp remarkably strong for a
? healthy color which Indicates and Influenza by Purifying and End rJrlag + 64 of ::!
poor blood ami n m according to H. E. Stevens! woman years age. +:; Florida
ml,there 18 I more or lees stomach dlaturbam-e the Blood. 1 do all my housework." i
i GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TUNIC 'veo' rcuuljrty. plant pathologist at the Experiment ft contains the well-known tonic properties Try Cardia, today. E-78
4 for two or three weeks will cnrlib the bluud. Im Station. of Quinine and Iron in a form II IIi
i prove the dtg. ..tloa.cad act el a Onrril Streniit
The bushes should be carefully!
rose acceptable to the moat delicate stomach
, suing Tonic to the whole system. Natura will then I L__ I
t throw off or dispel the worm,and the Child wit!! .N examined! and all dead! and sickly I and is pleasant to take. You can soon fee i :f.- +
-r, t la perfect bwlth. Pleasant to uk. dOc per bottler wood should be pruned out and dear I I luSueoatbenuig.! Invigorating Effect. 60c .J





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FRIDAY, MARCH:\ 28, 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE, FLORIDA .
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Given FREE to Every Customer Who Purchases $25 Worth Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, 24 Ib. Best Grade Flour

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Beginning SATURDAY MARCH: 29th at 7 o'clock sharp the doors of the ii'i t tc'


c'i: Cash Department Store will open


, for full business, first in, first served, to comply with the wants of the friends and cus-. :. .,


a tomers. I have decided to give you all a strictly Easter Cut Price Sale---some things ac-


.,: tually lower than cost, for a period of Thirty Days only. This is not a fake sale but a


' straight, friendly and money needing sale; one that will surprise you with the low prices.MEN'S .


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: AND J HOYS' FURNISHINGS; :MEN'S AND BOYS': FURNISHINGS I I SHOES(() : FOR TIII;: FAMILY NTlO:0.11) :.; ITNDniWKAIlRegular:

75c :Men's Work Shirts :*;:! to $1 1 Panama and Felt Hats Lndii-N! $TiO White! Canvas Shoes ;.,000 Yards Sheeting:; 20
Easter Sale Price __________ .41 Easter Sale I'rice ________$1.98 up I l Easter: Sale] Price ___ __ _..$1.1'' rent valu.--
-r- Easter: Sale Price . .11
75c.; :Men's( Silk Hose $1.noI'n's: Balbriggan Underwear Ladies Gun; :Metal Shoes, $3:< to $(li -
Easter Sale Price __________ .43: Easter Sale Price __________ .4:) Easter Sale I'rice u.u____ 2.98!) 'J.OOO: Yards Dress. (Ginghams, assorted
I.udif.s Patent Leather, Gun Metal Patterns, :'J5! and :15 centulue ,
1,000 Boys' Hose, 35c value $1.00 :Men's Elastic Seam Drawers r ___. '
Fluster __. _
__ Sali ]Price 10c-22c.
Easter Sale Price $:'I.-I9!)
Easter Sale Price ________u .15 Easter Sale Price ______--___ 89 -- upMen's
) : $:H..r)0 Work Shoes 1,000 Yards Dress Ginghams, 20 cent
Special Prices on Boys Shirts. Men's. Blue Serge and other colors U9Mr,8sr Easter: Sale Prier __nn_ 2.35 value
Pants, $6, $7, $8 Values (Easter; Snlc Price _______ .13
$R and $7'Men's Silk Shirts Easter Sale Price ____--__$3.98 up :Men's Dress! Shoes, high and low I n
Easter Sale Price uuu. 3.98 Easter Sale I'riee _____uun 3.49 5,000 Yurdi Merida Voiles, Crepes
300 Pair Overalls, Finest Brand and
$1.25 Value
$4 and $5 :Men's Silk Shirts Boys, Girls and Baby ShoesAt
Easter Sale Price uu______ 2.49 Easter Make-Long Sale -----$1.65-$1.85 Wearing 0 c i 1 Sacrifice Prices During the SaleMISCELLANEOUS Easter Sale Price ___--____,49c up

$3.50: / Hand Bags
$3,00 Men's Shirts-Latest Styles Complete Line of Boys' Pants and Easter Sule Price ___ ______ 1.49
______ .. 1.98 u
Easter Sale Price u Overalls. Will Go at Sacrifice Prices. :
You take Pick 0e COO; Gauze Vests, regular 20 cent
$2.00 Men's Good Quality Shirts your C 00 Suitcases, $2.00 value 1
Easter Sale Price Uuu___ 1.39 500 Men's and Boys' Felt Hats, $2.00 Easter Sale Price _$1.23 value
Easter Sale Price _____n____ .13
$1.50 Men's Good Quality Shirts and $2.50 Values
100 Pair Ladies House Slippers, $3.00
Easter Sale Price --_ ____-- .85 Easter Sale Price _______.$1.29 up Value We curry a Complete Line of the Best f
; Grade of Handkerchiefs for Women ,
$1.00 Men's Shirts, Splendid Value Large Assortment of Special RaIn- Easter Sale Price 1.49 and Children.
_____ slickers (
Easter Sale Price .95 coats and
uu New Line of Trunks and Bags to
Easter Sale Price ______ul.49 up 1 r goat Special Prices on 1,000 Ladies Sun i
this Sale.
Bargain Prices
During
$1.00 Men's Good Work Shirts Huts See Line.
Easter Sale Price ___u____ .59 Men's Silk Hose, Regular 75 cent our "I'
Value Red Bliss Seed Potatoes--------$5.25 Silk and Cotton Thread, per spool
300 Value-Built Pair Work For Pants Service, $2.00 to $3.00 Easter Sale Price _uu__ .43 '' 4. 4 '! 0'1' 4' 4 4' Hunter Sale Price n._______ .01 ,

Easter Sale Price ________$1.49 upI :Men's and Boys' Tannin Shoes, one <* WANTED-200 head of chick-'' 1,000 1 LudieH and Children's! Hats-
of our Regular $1.00 Sellers yens! Pay Best Prices for Two Latest. Styles--Up-to-ate!
Easter Sale Price --______-- .55 For our Easter Sale we were fortunate in securing *> weeks & I Easier: Sale! Price ______.___!)8c up 1
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50 Pair Palm Beach Pants, the same : a fine line of Ladies Waists andSkil.tll. :!,OOf) Ladies Handkerchiefs! : Valued at
Pants you paid $5.00 for last yearto We have every kind-a line that lOc-You can't beat this- ,
go: atEaster cannot be excelled anywhl're.Ve are selling Easter Sale I',;,. __________ .."
Sale Price ________$1.98 up these at greatly reduced, prices. fiWCEltIIE"HTm!< : ) : T

75; tent Boy Punts-Worth $1.00 $::1,00!;) Ladies Silk Dresses nest, Grade Sugar
'i Easter Sale Price _________u .89 Easter Sale Price __ ________________$10.\:> :S-il.: (I'riee _- ._ __. . . .10
:\(('n'E''k:-' Ties! Good Grade, Selling $11(1Silk; ( ) Poplin Dresses! :?Oe (i'uund, Coff,'".
for $1.00 Elsewhere and worth it- Easter, Sale Price ____--_______--___ ((5.93 Sale Price __ _____uu_____- ..182T "
Coin: );: at

Easter Sale Price ___uu___ .11) $1000 Easter: ,Voile Sale Dresses Price ____u__Uuuu_ 4.19: :! >r Sale Green; I'rice Coffee_______._________ .IAToill.t ,
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:\ll'n'sVork Gloves-Regular: 75 cent
$:: and $::1 Children's Gingham Dresses and (,8ul1llryIIIIP:;

value Easter Sale Price _______u__ .,.19Boys' : !Master: Sale Price __________uuu 1.35 Sale Trice, coke ____________ fi't
I $7 to $8> Ladies, Crepe do Chine and Georgette Pest. Grade Grist I
w'heroEaster Union Suits, worth $1.00 any- Waists.! Easter Sale Price __u______ 4.98 Sale I'riro _________......_ 'IVi! ,
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Sale Price ____n____' ..45Ien's $5 to $'i'; Ladies Silk Waistsiastrr : Rest: firude11'111: :
I I : Sale price .h..- _________$2.19 up. Sale Price: -----------------4 U I
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:\ Panama Hats, regular $1.00 to
$5.00 Values-only a few left in Fpecijil l Priced on Ladies Corsets Extra; Good Compound Lard I r
1" I stock to go for $1.50 to $2 Ladies Hose Sale Price, |It b ______________ ,25

Easter Sale Price ________.$1.98!) up Easter Sale Price __________._______ 1.05 liiicon-Good Grade I'
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$1.00 Value Men's Belts $)ti i, $8 and $10 Silk Skirts, Latest Styles Sale Price, Ib n .25
Easter Sale Price u________ .29 Easter: Sale Price --___________T.$2.98 up Rest! Grade of Flour ; I III
... .: 500 Pair White Canvas Shoes-$3.00 $5, $6( and $7 Serge and Colored Skirts Sale Price, 21 Ibs unu__ 1.07 Ii 'iT IS S I
Value-A BargainEaster Easter Sale Price ________________$5.49 up Special Price on Brown and Apple
250 Men's Suits, Assorted Woolensand
All Colors in the Sale Price unU__ 1.49 $2, $:'J and $,1 Latest Style Wash Skirts Tobaccos. T
Worsted- __ ____________
very Latest Patterns. This is one 1 lot of Boys Hata-Regular $1.00 Easter Sale Price -- $198 up We pay 30 cents cash a dozen for
of the best lines we have ever been Seller- Latest Styles Ladies Silk Waists, Voiles and your eggs.
able to secure. Prices going up- Easter Sale Price __...____. .49 Crepe de Chines. Easter Sale Price $1.98 up No. 2 Can Tomatoes t
See Us for your Easter Suit 1,000 Ladies Fine Lawn Waists Sale Price _________________ 11
Easter Sale Price _----____9.98 up Special Hata Prices-See on the Men's Line-To and See Boys'Sun is Easter Sale Price ._____............ .93 No. 1 Can TomatoesSale
We have Splendid Line of Men'sPalm to buy. 3,000 Pair Ladles Hose, 26c Value Price _________________ .09 i
Beach a and Mohair Suits Easter Sale Price _______........... .15 Best Grade Rice
Easter Sale Price __----..$7.98 upDon't Full Line of Men's and Boys' IIand- 35 cent Percale. Sale Price, sack ______...__. 8.90 .
kerchiefs. Ask to see our Line. _____________ .
Easter Sale Price . .20 10 Bushels of 90 Day Seed Oats at
Fail to see our Splendid Line of Call and Inspect our Line of Ladies
Men's Shirts and Pants Suits, Hats, 50c Men's Good Quality Hose 35 cent Hickory Stripe. $1.26 J a bushel. Hats, Waists, Shoes
Easter Sale Price ________ .22 __ __ .. ___ Underwear, jl t
u Easter Sale Price ___. _. .25 )
Shoes, Belts, Etc. We can supply Our line of Canned Goods are all of Skirts. Etc. Our Stock is New and
your every need from our Large 25c Value Men's Hose 25 cent Hickory Stripes well known Brands-Sold at a Low Complete-Lowest Prices In Bradford e a
, Stock. Easter Sale Price ...____... .13 Easter Sale Price ___.............. .19 I'rice. Don't Miss This Sale. County.
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Store. Come, whether you buy or not; look and judge for yourself, and con- ;!i I


vince yourself that Sam Rosenberg is the only merchant in Bradford County that gives


Real Cut Price Sales. Remember Date and lj''
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_. -...-,. ... r Harvey Warren and .MIss Gertrude ..Toiies, John, Hull[ Sam Swindel, Ar- position with the Western Union ;
Thomas were quietly married at the thut Bennett and :MUseB"I! Florence Telegraph Co.

$ / I'I'I 1 home, of the bride's parents Mr. and i Hall! and Rhoda Bennett enjoyed a fish W. :Max Wimberly was business i VICTORY LOAN OR ;
I County :News !tem I Mi. .. O.V.. Thomas, Tuesday afternoon | fry on Crystal lake Friday night. months' term.

G. W. Fowler officiating.. :Miss Myrtle llerscy, of RaiforJ, :Miss Salota :Mercer left for Jacksonville -
f----------------------=- =--. :Mrs. P. Colxon and children spent spent a few days here last week guestof Friday, where she will residein INJUREBUSINESS
: Sunday here with relatives. her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.R. the future.
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,......tIn. Pacts Gathered During '" Week bp Our I Lorene Ilazen spent Sunday herewith M. Herscy. Robert Griflis was u visitor to Jack-

Regular Corre.pondenU.ffi :Miss Eunice Ilazen. Mrs. C. A. Youngblood and daughter sonville Sunday If Banks Were Forced To Carry Whole

Chester Andreu of New River, attended Nealie spent Saturday night and :Miss Alice Prescott retul'nedIon: Loan, They Would Have No

church here Sunday night. Sunday at Sampson City, guests of day after a couple weeks' visit with Money To Lend To Public. I
'I '-f A pinder shelling was given at the her I.al't'nts1: r. and :Mrs. 1>. Hall relatives in Jacksonville I
) I GRAHAM little son'George, of New River, vit home of :Mr. G. W. Melvin's Friday :Miss Minnie Hagan, of !Miami, arrived i. .
"..( 1.J _.,-,... 'ted relatives here Sunday. night. here Friday morning for a visit That the Victory Loan like Its four b
' ? I Graham, :March 28.-:Mesdames. J. ;Mrs. Dr. Thomas left Thursday for :Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren left with relatives and friends. CROSBY LAKE NEWS predecessors, must. be a "people's loan"is
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,,/:: : 1l f I). Davis and Henry Ward made a Atlanta where she will visit her par Saturday for Tampa where they will I Arthur Bennett was a visitor to especially stressed by Carrer Glass,
I; I J business trip to Waldo Monday., ents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown. II reside in the future. Brooklyn Sunday afternoon.S. We are having some fine weather secretary of the treasury In a statement

( Mrs. Ron Wilder and daughter, :Mrs Don't forget the Union meeting :Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Crews and children B. Woodard was a business visitor and, everybody is busy planting crops to the public. It Is not to be a"bankers'
'4; I Tom Mills, attended the funeral of starting; Friday and will close Sunday of Old Bradford, spent Sunday to Stark Friday.J. and /gardens this week. "
1 Mr. Strickland at Hampton :Monday evening. Everybody come out- afternoon here. V. Jones, of Hampton was in our Miss Annie Raulerson returned loan. The nation's business
'; I : .::1 .1 Messrs. Lando anti Willie :Mainca i dinner on the ground. Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter Oua- burg Friday afternoon. I home to Lawtey Sunday after spending situation depends upon as wide

Y.rA /.j ; of Louise, was ..I'reIonday: on Busi! Christian Endeavor every Sunday rita, spent part kf last week with relatives Miss Rhoda Bennett returned home a few days here with relatives. a distribution as possible of the Vlo .
night at 6:30 o'clock. at Pine Hill.J. :Miss Alice Thornton was visiting bonds.
I'. Hess : e from Raiford Wednesday, after tory
. / t. I :Misses! Vinme Lune and Mabel O.V, Caswell, county agent was J. :Morgan and dauhter.li"l1: tended visit there with relatives an ex- at the home of P. B. Bryant Sunday. The bunks, It Is pointed out, must be

Byrd attended the funeral of :Mr. here Tuesday vaccinating hogs for Mr. :Myrtu attended church at Little Rock :Mrs. Roebuck, of Gainesville is visiting Those from this section that attended left free to advance money for business
Strickland at Hampton( :Monday. Roberts and :Mr. Reynolds. Mr. Gas- Sunday her son, H. S. Roebuck the i ice cream supper at J. L. Underbill's purposes; to the merchants and manu
: Dock Milliard and little son Clyde, well finds there is considerable cholera :Mr. :Murfrce, of Dukes, spent Sunday -" Arthur Bennett was among the visitors Thursday night/ were, ]I. M. facturers and the farmers If all the
I made a business trip to Hampton scattered over the county and is afternoon here with friends to Starke Saturday. und :M. J. :McRue and families and banks' money is tied up In loans to
Monday using of controlling the Little Evelyn Ilazen is ill :Miss Annie Raulerson, of Woodluwn. the It stands to
: : every means : very at J. W. Batten had his grist mill in government reason
Messrs.: Tom :Mills and Riley Wns- dis(' ::4O. He recommends that all hogs this writing. operation Saturday and several of the Abner Gordon, of Pine Hill section, that there will be none left to lendon
din made a business trip to Gainesville be treated with serum and virus Its .1 :Mrs. I.V.. PinhoUter spent Friday farmers carried their corn to mill. was visiting Russel McRae: Sunday. crops It would mean "tight money," "
j Tuesday. means of prevention before the animals -I with relatives at Pine Hill. Cyril Manire, of Hampton, was a :Muster Albert Underhill and Everett which means high inteieet rates and '
:
Charley McKinney of Louise, was become sick HP also urges that Grady: Kelley is home with u discharge pJ'alInt'iRitor in our little burg:: Friday Oliver was visiting Wesley and, refusals to extend notes and a general
v' here Tuesday on business. farmers take active steps to prevent I from service. Basil :McRae Sunday. |I hardship, upon the men who depend 4
( L. I:. Hurry left :Monday for Sumn- siek hoifs from runninir" at lance on The many friends of Jack Sowellare :Mrs. R. :M. King and children spent J. L. Underhill and family motored upon the banks to assist them In carrying
; -'f' i'' nun City. whore he ill employed;; in the range which serves as carriers of glad to learn he is convalescing. a few days last week ut Brooklyn with to this: section Sunday afternoon I I on business and agriculture.Don't .
-r r\ carpenter work this week. cholera. All dead hogs should be bur :\Ira. Lydia Anderson is very sick relatives.C. .-- ,I f"

, ; #I' I Roy Roberts, of Water Oak section ied or burned. at this writing. A. Youngblood was a visitor to I ;MILLER I _--P
was hero Tuesday on bUlliness.M Quite a number gathered at the :Madison Shaw, of Gainesville, was the county metropolis Saturday.
;, i Calhoun Barry, of Lake Butler, was home of :Mr. and Mrs. Jus. Reynolds in our town :Monday.A. I:. M. King of Jacksonville, spent I :Miller, :March 28 -J. S. Brown is -- 1 v
)f I j here Tuesday the jfuest of his parents, Saturday night and surprised Mr. and Green and daughter, Miss :Minnie Saturday night and Sunday here with 1 attending the United States Court r are
f Mr.\ and bars J. C. Barry. ;Mrs, :Murphy/ Price with a social. attended church here Sunday his family. at Jacksonville this week.
Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. Abernathy Those present were: evening.Mr. Master: Dennis Brannen of Hampton I Roland Thomas made a business
I l. made a business trip to New River :Misses Daisy Reynold! Alma Price, : and :Mrs. A. A. Hazen and children spent Saturday and Sunday with trip to Worthington/ Saturday even 1

Tuesday I i Bunnie Graves, Florence Walker, attended church at Little Rock his uncle and aunt :Mr. and Mrs. D. W. I ing.
J Chesley FOKK made a business trip Mabel Byrd, Rosa Reynolds, Mrs. Sunday.Mrs. Moore. I Seeber Stokes, Eugene/ Douglassand .

: to Gainesville Wednesday. ,I' Will Jones Mrs. Murphy Price and W. Pinholster, of Pine Hill, 1 i The farmers of this section who I I Denzil Thomas were out fishing l'
Mesdames C B. Roberts, A. Lane' Mrs. H. F. Price. Messrs. Williard was in our town Saturday afternoon. have strawberries are receiving; lone night last week. Their luck was "
r I D. J. Byrd and daughter, :Mabel was Smith, Jesse and Marvin Ogden, :Mrs W II. Harrell, of Old Brad- ''good prices for them very two large cat fish, weighing five I''

,. d in Starke Wednesday on business j I I i Frank and Volice Reynolds, Neal ford, was in town Friday morning. ,:1 D. J. Phillips was a visitor to Hamp- pounds each.
Mr. Goff, of Gainesville, was here Dorothy, Willie and Robert Price, Vernon Msssrs. John Clemons and A. B. '''ton Saturday night. N. Ii. Stokes was a business visitorto ,
\ $ Wednesday on business I Jones, Ralph Williams, Lucian Surrency were in Starke last Wednesday I I Remember prayer meeting at the Lake Butler !Monday. ,
ti.:.. .F": Oliver Sparks, of Louise was here Johns and Alva Saxon. Baptist church every Saturday night. Eurle Brown, who has been atting I 7dE i
_. t r' I \. Thursday on business. | Games were played until a late N Little Edith Eubanks of near here I Let's all attend. school at Lake Butler, spent Sat Forget the Roofl
( \ :\11'. and. :Mrs. O. J. Abernathy made when :Mrs. Price served delicious refreshnwnts spent the week-end here with her I. DV.. !Moore and family enjoyed a'' urday and Sunday with his parents, I IIr
a business trip to Stake Wednesday j consisting! of lemonade grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. I fish fry on Crystal lake Saturday. :\ and :Mrs. B. E. Brown. The need for the billions the Vlo-
( : II II 1 Will Hirt, of Louise, was here fhllrj und cuke. Everybody reported a nice Crosby Henry and Kilmer Woodard, John Harry Pinkston, of near Dukes, i j tory bond, will bring Is plain to any
:! allay on business. | time. Rev. Cummingham, of the Primi- Hall and Arthur Bennett were visitorsto I passed thru here Sunday. |I I i man who stops to think, The war is

r Dr. Thomas and, wife and Mrs. O. J. _--. _- tive Baptist church, preached at the Hampton Friday night. ;Mr and Mrs Angus 'Bielling, of not over, though; the actual fighting
'!1 "r '.: Abernathy made a business trip toII' I BROOKKRBrooker I [ Freewill Baptist: church Sunday after- A party consisting of Tate and Willie I i Lake City, visited the lutter's parents bas censed. The bills are still runningup. ;
I I Millions of men are Rtlll in uniform
\ Archer :Monday noon at I o'clock, !i Kite Drew Alvare/ Sunday.T. :
and .Herbert
: Mrs. Iona .MeKavcn :Mih. 2H. Rev. I Rhoda and Rebu Brown II II.'lIb'r" marie business tripto drawing pay and food and clothIng .
I and children, of : -- Woodard of near ; Benton of Starke, spent a few days .
T; :. .y Raleigh i is visiting; h'rill">"r, :Mrs of Dukes, filled his regular appointment here, was in our town. last: Friday I j la< week out on Smith lake on n fishing I Dukes( one day lust! week. The Secretary of the Treasury
'. W. S. Byrd. this week. at the FieeWill" liuptist church morning, expedition.. I II S. :Miller und. son, George: / was declares: ,

. :Mr and Mrs." Lucy Wynn and sister Saturday/ and Sunday.II. E:. '1'. Stewart spent Sunday herewith James Philjips was a visitor to among the business visitors to Lake "Government contracts cannot be repudiated
'I'\;' I :Mrs. Scott, of Starki', was here 1'. iaine.v: and I G, It Colson spent his family. Hampton Saturday. Butler last. week. / The goods: must be paid. for
r II'' Thursday business Mond.iyvin SturKe. I Earl Surrncy had his \ :Miss\ I Ruby Purrish who has been in full. Our shipbuilding activities
on as /guests 1.V. Lee, of Lake Side, attended carried ," '.
i must be '
:ii'1: : : r. Watts, iif. Brooker, was here ;Miss riortie/ Thomas was in town Sunday, :Mallie Surrency and Alvin Sunday school here. Sunday afternoon teaching at Bradford has returned out
I} << i Thursd.iy visiting relatives. ..hol'I'inltlul1lJay: afternoon. I I1'al'l demons, of Pine Hill. :Mrs. :Norton, of ]Hastings, was vls- home after completing the term.J. So, It can easily/ be seen that the
.e \ j Willie I Trine, made business trip : and Desmond Dukes of Dukes, 1MI, Gaincy, of Lacrosse, was in Ming, her son hero n few days S. Howard of Dukes: was in this Job is not lInl IH'I.Vhlll would you
ago. think of who built him
I to Jacksonville Tuesday spout Sunday, afternoon. here, guest of 'our[ town last Sunday morning. :Mrs. Hersey, of Lake Butler, visited community last. week. I house tamer the fimnil.itlons; a
: laving,
II .Ins. Reynolds) and daughter (Daisy) Misses Maude: ad Lima Shaw. :Mr.\ and :Mrs., Henry Seay and child) her son, R. It!. Heisey, here a few' Wilbur Blown made a business the walls, celling the rooms, putting and
.I' was in !Hampton/ :Monday on business.! :Mrs. .\. II. Shaw and son, Woodrow, 'nf Cooler Pond, were! pleasant visitors days during last work. i i trip to Luke Butler :Monday up forgetting the roof? -
Odcll Abernathy, and Dr. Thomas of Gainesville: spent first of the week 'hero Saturday. Blanton Owsley and, Calvin Trlest The people of this community are
. made a business! trip to Sturkc; Sat here with friends.Mr. :Mr. ,and.I11's.: C. N. Shaw; spent( were visitors to Hampton Friday 1 busy planting and getting ready to The roof will not' he put on our national -
bouse the
until/ Is finished
. J""I urday.I Curl" I.ewis _iiriil_ __. Guv_ _.. PinVinlstei_ 'm______ Wednesday ,with the Litters mother, :\ and :Mrs Wilmot Brown have I IIr. plant. end the bills nufd Job
I :\Messrs. W P. attended the dance .\it's... (-'omu of Cooler ---
Byrd Rufus" Jones, at the home of W, Ily Pond.Geneva moved! to New }River. i ''* The .
for
campalKn Victory bonds will
!4 j I Dr. Thomas and wife visited, the! coun Warren Tuesday night. i Harrell. of Old Bradford. MisH Estellp': Woodard recently received begin on April 21 The exact detailsof (
I ty scat Saturday. :\1 rHo O. II. 11.I/en, of New Orleans, was here last Friday morning. a letter from her cousin: !Pvt. The nifTerenee. I the |Issue have not jet been
,', :Master T. J. Wnrrcn, ut? NIISSUU- la, is home" on a'' visit with her par 'The many friends of Mabry Harrcll R. T. Tillis, who is in France stating ,: A fienlns CUD no more help being n nouncid!, but It Is considered certain an-
I' vine was here Saturday on business t'ntH11': and :Mrs. W. Andreu.Inex . are glad to learn that he is getting that he was enjoying the hest of penlns timn n "I'I111.1111; ran help be- that the bonds will be made
i Will Bill, of Louise wti hero on Abernathy spent Saturday in along so nicely. health and, having a big time, but having l tag rrn/y." It JUKI happens that when. attractive. Investment. an unusually -
a business Saturday. Machua.. Odell. Abernathy and Dr. Thomas, a little trouble in talking to the the pi'nl us does. \\liit,,' he I'oii'-lilerM, nsumrt
Tom Stewart and little son, Paul, A. A, Ha..en: made. 1tl'ip to Worthington of r.l'llhllm'U9 in here last Friday. French girls Above all things he / tiling' It, I Is anoint ; t .ut ',''on the . + ... + + + + + + + + + + +
was : .
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of Itrookur, were pleasant visitors Sunday afternoon. Mr, and :Mrs. C. W. Colson, of Pine longing for the day to come when h<' i pourt,' 'i ,i-i ,n, rl'i! M, i i i'II', ,.- +
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,' .
l here Satunlay and Sunday ;Miss Mamie I'uiholstor left Satur- Hill attended church here last Sun- could. return to the: good( old,) U. S A. out Iv l.i- :-"> -,-'I., -- - i i: >Co WATCH OUT FOR +

k K. W. Warren and son, ]truce, of d hy for Smiley, (la.: where she was to day. Messrs. Willis Jackson and Cason, . STOCK PEDDLERS +
I l.rooRor: was business visitors here open school :Monday.Mr. Bethel: Colson, of Pine Hill was of New River were visitors here Sunday c: VI', >Co +
Saturday. : and ;Mrs. Hen Knight, of Tampa here last 1 Friday., v. i Don'l ,,"....d ;, 1 ".... in l' ,M. lKDiitSdel: : : tin muni". +

Messrs, Vernon Junes and Alva spent part of last week here with U. D. Johns, of Now River, was :\Irs. S. :1 the Mllll.i.uim' with II II. 4!'i, I :m and l aildi I'eM'.. of all I"'" on.' +
Saxon here B. Woodjrd t was shopping in blether uliHnrliH,, Int.' 1 I' ,i'i, '. .
of Hampton, was here Satur relatives and friends. last Monday afternoon. a < K < turd J ollJl'anl|' ,'" on'prlnynu/ +
'tarKe ,
.
e. day on business.Messrs. K.ldon Batxer of ( :Ironwood" S. C., I.. L. Johns and wife spent the weekend Tuesday.The around) as SU"1111II''!. ,. n n\' i < r <..i. + -pei' 'illative. or doubtful smocks. +
here Christian: convention will a smlM If ;it besot' ,\ "iti l I., ,1r, nail
Elzio (:Gunter Hnncc Dow- is home on a visit with his parents with relatives. convene + andI'turltloH, 1 ijurllrulnily\ ( if +
: lint. Chailie; Rollins and (George: :Mr. and :Mrs. J.J I II.) Baxter .1. E. demons was a business visi here at the Christian ,church' Saturday don't .be sn cross. eiubin: ''I nod ei'n'"tj, 4 they are .eflerod exchange, for +

Duidm, of Waldo, attended the Mason ;Mrs. T. B. Shirley spent the weekend tor to Jacksonville last: Thur9.la. '. and Sunday, March 20th ad :HOth It you are wedded li- wur'v" Muiies, will, 4. > onr Liberty Bonds or Win S.iv +
,J .1 ic1 netting here Saturday afternoon in Stake Frank Lane, of Starke, was attending Dinner will be served on the ground got sun' u illvjuce." CJuf iiji', you .<- 4Ings stamps. Mall lIlt'lIl.ith +

I' Harvey Warren wife lund mother, :Mrs. (G!. H. Colson hal a letter from to business: hero Saturday.) Sunday. Everybody cordially( invited minUeim. closer. III"| ? 4ei pies, of their circulars, to +
\ Mrs. I K. '\'. Warren of P.rdokor, passed her brotherRand, stating be was nt :Mrs. :Margaret lewlIIl'IIS on the to attend. -- FKDKHVL; TRAIL) COMMISSION: : +
'' through our town Saturday en C01!-lenz. Germany: and wns! well und. sick list last week, but is somewhat --e--- MICKIE SAYS 4. Washington, D. CARE +
route to Waldo. getting:: along fine. improved.! HIGIILANHHighland ) : : ) I .&. .

Mrs l Ilamh: # Kober.son' of Sampson :Messrs. Howard and Harrison, of Little Virginia Colson, of Pine Hill, SAY., FOV.KS! WHEN you to + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
City was a ,pleasant visitor! here Sun Dukes, attended' church here Sunday spent Sunday here with ..J'nnieIaud: :'ohr.W.. :Mar Wim- watte PIECES FEQ -fne PAPI: .,
.
fl day. night. Crosby.: berlv, left Saturday for Gainesville to FER '1'HE.O'le, OP MU\E: YOUR TAXES HEAVY ?

: I lloy Smith and little son, J. 1), of :Miss Vej-u Surrency attended church S..1. Bryan of Stark, passed thru enter the University for a course in SIGN YOUR NAMe To'EN: SO THEY MAY BE HEAVIER YET
Sampson City, was heie Sunday here Sunday. v our town :Monday morning enroute electrical I pnglneor'npr.P. i THE 6055 VMONT THBOVN 'EM

t C. U. Hut"'rl.'iKih',1 his parent Sumner Androu and sister Blanche, to "'annN!. V, Ow..nll1'11(' up from Lawtey ONTHt FLOOR PER rAe. '('0 Ptohabli every under of .this |inner>'
: .J Sunday at Ouilford of (Old) Bradford, attended church hero Lucille Harrell spent, Fimdav' und Mitod friends here.The p\cvt of ne SANS AN fti'l' his taxes a bit' higher than he

I Mr. ami Mrs Jas. Reynolds.. iittpn.l.n-,- ..'. Sunday.L. with IlyrtulorA'an: Saturday many friends, of Richard Lantr UNSIGNED: LETTER AlNTTHAN ANY I 11 l kr < 'to I gay Thou untie of tI"1IImve
ed church: at Rock Sunday .. A, Brown!,(>nt Thursday afternoon Louis Clr> will bo glad; to learn that he is home ee 1"1"EQ. AN 1'.' -iniBKllnir for the li"t few wicks
Dr. Midilloton and wife in Staike. mons left Saturday for again\ after! 21 months service in UnSnrn' UNSIGNED GMCCK.SJ: / ,
were busi (n mat out
I Lake Butler! ness visitor. here Sunday. John Groover: of Jacksonville, spentpart his mother who to is he at the bed-tidy of ,cle, !! army Mr. Lang' didn't. have ,. In the itoverryiient and have found
Miss Onie Graves sprat part of last of the week' here with relatives. very \ill. i iLverjbody I nn opportunity to see service over- h I Ipt t1" :'"ii I lper 1 cent takes pretty IIIMVJTflic
week at Waldo Miss 1: attend church and Sun. seas ns he was detailed for '
visiting IlrHul..mn Flora Clover, of Starke, spent special rk00N ,'" out nf what was left over on NevvV'li's
Younjrbluod. Saturday here on business day school next Sunday at the usual 'I duty in and near ('haltanoo a. He was t / rlnyInny! of you had to borro

i L. ('. Smith made a luisiiioem, trip air and Mrs. }I'.:. B Andrea Sr., of hour :3,0.:-:- .- __ ,sent to Camp! Sevier to be discharged( nn. ,in-v to pay the IIIXOH -
to Gainesville Thursday J uksonvillo, has moved, hack hero and h from service ': Hut' this tax I Is nut hing to what all
Hairy Owens, of Gainesville; \ was ,ii occupying the CoUon cottage. 'I'll I-In--\: ::;:; We were "sorry to lose ;Mr.\ and Mrs '' It N" will have to |pay If the Victory
hero Thursday on hiisinosi., :Miss. l.ubedia Pinholster was in our 1 1.I M( Burton and the Western Union E'if'F- I.CM". fail- to go ov.-r Uncle
,. Mrs Jim Sloan ..1 ul' daughter Visa town IIhuppilllonlay: afternoon Th'>I"'sKu.Iar.: :US.-The farmers of I boys Thursday: they having: finished' /, 'n bills! must, be poll H. ppTer.s,Sim'sv : '
Allie. of Sampson ritv, was here Sat Carl' Lewis "I't'ntlonIIIY: In Alu- this section are laklnnh'nntalte: of I their work here and moved to Lawtey =T I... .i- 'tin money from and to I
urday on business. s ihuu. the warm sunshiny. weather and tilling I for a short stay I| tack later on. ux -pay us

W. T. McUiiire" i rwranr/od the O. E. L. ('rullhylJ1'nt Saturday in' Ln- the soil. :Miss Winified Wimh'rly'Isit..tl lii.t: If he. nn't borrow It
i W. 1 II.! M. here Satinday A meeting Crosse :Mrs. Watson Lee and children, of 'Miss! Clara Mar !Shepard=: nt Lnwteyl: rJ1iiIt t Ill'( It' -In the form of taxes.I' .he must '
+ was, culled Tuesday' (I', Miami: arrived' here Friday morning !Sunday:'; '
mid enrolled ten Moody, of LaCrosse, /filled h' I like ,the difference between
new nt ll'm"urK.VI' fur n few weeks', visit with relatives. JiM'1'1':; -11.1 .Scheliie of rent
Rosier
hope to make this regular appointment at Little Pock Inv H house' for ten
organization\ :MNs Florence Hall left Saturday i? bush. ) years or buying 1 tIn
a irreutiioeess.'( The 'unday.Mvrtn. app. feces > v i :Itoi i here last II i he In-iallmeni' plan In
for Waldo where she one cane,
members will visit her mater !Saturday
are: -
: :
Morgan had her
p.. :Mrs.\ George; :: Stone Pre_. , Miss Ora :Melvin as guestSunday :Mrs. 1'1.: Geiger.Mr. Leslie; Turner, of Gainesville( was you wind up with a thick bundle of
:Mrs[ ,1. nndIrs: G. :M. iAc: riot receipts" In the other you have
Bennett t t
were transacting: business here I t
I.ane"i'e Pres., Mrs foul Abortia- Curtis ;Melvin\ spent the weekendin Thursdiy. a deed I to your' borne/
shopping In Sturko
Saturday.Messrs Among the traveling hl'rl'11'1' '
thy, Trees Miss Jacksonville men -
r'uimes I III"i It better
:Mumbo to lend
: Calvin Triost, Slim Swindel l. i i the trade this week your money to
Sec., :\1 I'M. fheslev KI>KK. :Mis" 1 I.. G. :Mrs. P. :M Barefoot is on the .sick John Hall [ ng w.Ie.srs.: lh Uuv> rnnitnt. al u fall rate of In-
Henry and Kilmer
Wood-1 IA,
:mercer S, C. Thornton.
lInrr '. :Mrs. C. B ,
) Robert. :Mrs Mir: list this week.Remember ant attended) church at t"I'I 'Hi.m to par U' on 1 I In taxes
Brooklyn on R c. Chance left ,
Sparks und Mrs Wednesday for
CMnra 1.10".1.: i <. the nhi.I'( I a.vr, nmi li.ick.:
; Mr. and :Mrs. Lnev/ Hovnolds prayer meeting at Sunday night :Morriaton, where he will visit his parents ...... Thai't
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an.1J Freewill Baptist church Sunday, ntbht A party composed of Air and :Mrs. for a couple ofve..ks and then c.......M... >, ron-iderln,< when the
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