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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.
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Publication Date: January 24, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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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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Walter Langford l has returned, to his

j't 1m' -- homo in Lnjcn Butler after several

(\' ' World History in the Mak- I & POWER/ PLANT History of Glorious Achieve- J I months' service over-seas
1111111111., who has been in training
ment of Guard Troops is ,
/ ing' in the Historic Old Build- ; at Fort Meade. came homo this week

Told in General Orders I __ with an honorable discharge
the Salle de La Parix BOND TRUSTEES ASKED TO _
ing, _. i Jim Doll, ono of Bradford county's

I DATA ON MAKING CHANGE REACHED APEX OF AMERI- 'aithful soldiers, has boon mustered

[CLEMENCEAU NOMINATEDBY I nut of Undo Sam's\'i'c'lnd him returned .'.
I r. '
PAYING I-XI'EXSES-TO I IN- \1( Wainrlirht has boon muster-
WAR-FAMOl's"DIVISION: ) DELIVERED ( "vi\ nit of service after ,serving .several
THE"': VITAL LOW, j months. a* a momlTer of the U. S. :Main -
LARGER GENERAL SUBJECTSARE ''> lie is at homo for a short .stay.
RESPONSIBILITY:; FOR THE: At the last meeting of the city I Honjnmin llariiinii. who recently red -
,council the bond trustees appeared f b,' FOR I PEACE: : UPON( ANY TERMS; : : an honorable discharge from
core,' that body and asked assistance in .\I.LH01'1.1)::; GRANT-PAR. i -hi (I'. S. Army, is upending Romo time

.! CRIMES COMMITTED: AND INTERNATIONAL 11 financial way for making necessaryimpairs TICI '.\11W IN 'I'llIIUsl': : ..: ( u' tho homo ">f his. parents !in East .
LABOR. LEGISLATION. on the present water and light t I.awtey.
+r! y slant and installing modern! machin FIGHTING; OF THE WAR I Arthur" M, Snpp' returned l to hit,

ery. Upon their request the balancein homo" in Lawtey this week from Camp

the waterworks fund .137.00! :! was! German; official tribute to the Rainbow ,larI b Paris, Jan. 18.-The peace confer. 4'w paid over to them. us "among the best. American ..Ii.visions" I "i-oi'i'ivod an honorable discharge from,
\if.1 once destined to be historic, and on hr( U.
Under the present !system of conducing is. recorded! in divisional orders S. Army.
i which the eyes of the world are now ; the plant the revenue derived issued Nov. Ill: by Hrigudior! Gen. I PRIVATE: .() 7.0 t JENKINS: :; I't'r.'ylcI.l'otl; who has boon /stationed

t'' t' centered was opened this afternoon inthe ) !I''" not sufficiently large to pay the increased Douglass :MucArthur. its present. com l'rivlIl.lnllZo W ,"'lIklnlo.ho, ) wadesperately I, at Camp Jackson, S. C.,.rcturn-
: great Salle de La Parix. The pro costs of supplies and higher mander. In the same orders appears) Franco ,'d! to his. home at Dukes) Sunday, hirving -
wounded !in nearRheina I
\ Jcecdings, which were confined to the labor wage. To increase this revenue recognition. of the fact that during 221\ on Aug i a, I'.UH' Private Jenkins I "received an honorable dischargefrom !

', election of Georges Clem.nceau. the it wa proposed that the bond trustees. days after it first entered, the line it is. now in I the hospital. at Fort I the service .>

French premier as permanent chair. make up an estimate of the cost of was engaged with the enemy 180. McPherson, near Atlanta t where ho is. JOHSO Ogden, who has. boon Hint ion:

, man of the conference, an address of rebuilding the present plant, installing The Infantry/ (old! lath i New receiving careful nursing and the best oil nt Charleston S. C., for tho past
welcome the of the
by president machinery suitable/ for supplying the York National Guard) was one of the of medical treatment several months returned to his home
yj French republic, Raymond Poincare town with current for both, light IIn.1pOWl'r four infantry/ regiments in the famous at Graham Sunday, having receivedan

I > and speeches by President Wilson, and adding a plant for makingice. Rainbow Division. front and makes the following statement honorable discharge. Ho has u
v' Premier Lloyd George and Baron Son- I Under this plan the municipal number of friends, hero who wereglad
Gen Mile-Arthur's statement Is thus :
nino, were characterized by expressions ------ plant would be operated day and night, Even German; Tribute to .see him buck again
given in the current issue of the Army Pay ti Valor
of lasting friendship and the ap- OTIIOE A. MIZELL supplying two long felt wonts-a day I':. C. Scott has received an honorable .J
parent determination of the represen- and Navy Journal: '"The engagement' of the a 13d Division
Son of Mr. and :Mrs O. L. Mizell! of current for power and plenty of ice ata discharge from service and has
. "The -llid: Division has been in is bo .)
is in
tatives of the various nations to come Worthington. This has reasonable price. now to oxpoctod' noon. It returned. to Starke to take up his old '
to an amiable understanding with respect young man France more than a year. From the spl"IHliollthtillg/ condition and iscounted position with the Starke Telephone,
to the problems to be decided by been in France for several months on By operating the plant at full capacity time it assembled\ from the ports, of among the host American di- Co. Mr. Scott was among the first to 1 4
the conference. duty with Uncle Sam. the trustees feel assured that debarkation the division has remainedcontinuously visions.' leave Ktarke. volunteer
as a and wasn
the plant would bring in a decidedly
While President Poincare spoke the in the zone of the armiesits "In the course of its service the divIsion member of the Signal Corps staI -
arate consideration, different dele larger revenue, especially with the income within
entire assembly stood, and the fact by first training/ area being has taken prisoners from twen tinned at different times in Texas and
gallons. If it is impossible to reduce from the ice plant. Towns that the sound of the guns of St. :Mihiel.-\ I,
ty-six divisions throoImperial Arizona. To
that to including
according customs, no applauwe enemy see "Skinny" at his vl.1vl'ution
them to one plan, it is expected they are operating ice plants in connectionwith "In February, 1U1H\ the division first\
\ greeted his utterances gave a Guard; Divisions and twentytwo of "walking" up telephone ,'
will be classified and into the municipal light and power
put compile went into line and has been in contact "
greater solemnity to the scene. separate units. poles reminds" > ono of the times past
that the
have found ice plant
confer- plants
form for consideration by the with the almost continuouslysince
Clemenceau's acceptance of the ence as early as possible.The was the most profitable one of the two. that enemy time until the armistice On tin; Any of the signing of the I when Slut! war was thought to bo, too
presidency of the both armistice :Major Gen Charles. T. Men- far away to ever disturb Stal'ke'jI"'II'eful
j congress was American delegation will take At the next meeting the city council signed" by the Germans on Nov. 11,
, i feeling expression of personal gratitude the initiative in this work and tomor- February 4th the bond trustees will 1)18.!) ohor, who was just then giving up life. 1
| and definite outline of the the council command of the division issued the M. M. Morgan: returned Friday" to
a great row will lay what may be called the make their report to concerning Division Fought ISO ItnttloH in 221 ';
1 't questions immediately ahead. Three American plan before the council i if the cost of making the Nuys orders: his hcuno in Starke having receivedan

1: of these larger general subjects he defined the council is ready to take it up. proposed. improvements; A, S. Crews, "Out of 'the 221 days of the !great "Ilondiiiurtert4'| 42d Division, A. K. l P., honorablo discharge from the service -

\ as responsibility for the war, responsibility .,- city attorney, has been instructed to which have elapsed since it first\ Frll'I<''', Nov. II IOIR. on Jan. 15th lit Chillathe, Ohio.

,{ for crimes during the war Paris, Jan. :JO.! .-The two notable notify the council at this meeting of I entered war the line the division has. beenengaged "To the Officers and 11"1IIf the .J''d, Mr. Morgan hud lioon In the service

;'J' and international labor legislation. events of the day were the meeting c OfI the amount of additional bonds the / with the 180 and Division: over-seas for five\ months und. wan at-

i,'j The league of nations, he declared, th.I ..-ipremo < ourril to consider the town call issue. I the balance of the enemy time has been days spent "On Aug. lit: I addressed to you a taehod to (the famous Rainbow Division

was at the head of the program for Russian situation and the gala lunch- A Sunday closing ordinance was in moving from front to front or inreserve letter summarizing the record of your which took 'pnrt in the heaviest

I i'i\ the next full session. eon to President Wilson at Luxembourg presented for consideration. JUy the close behind the front. achievements in Lorraine, before, Chu- fighting the Americans wore engaged

(vi t palace council. Upon motion by Mr. White, road Ions and on the Oureq'| On the occasion I in during the war He was In several
"The division has marched
Paris, Jan. 19.-The machinery Mr. the said ordinance by> of the big battles hut escaped without
pre The meeting of the supreme councilwas second by Bryan camion and moved I of my leaving the division I wish
pared for the first session of the peace attended by President Wilson, was laid over to the next regular truveiled by by to recall to you your services since I n wound.. This division fought tho
( conference Saturday functioned so Lansing and representativesof meeting. train; it has held a wide 'sector front : that time and to to Germans day und, night and l during
Secretary express
: in Lorraine it has been in battle in you my
ii, perfectly and smoothly that few persons An -- ; appreciation of the their brief rests> hail bloody buttles
I the other four great powers. unfailing spirit< of
in the Wocvre at St. MIhied
Champagne, -
unacquainted with secretarial hour was given over to hearing M. G. II. S. UF.F1RKE: courage and cheerfulness with whi..hyou I with the next thing to a Hun-tho"cootio .
in the A It the
methods in connection with such international l and rgonnp. was ," Mr. !Morgan poke< highly of
who have
i mot
No oleos, the French ambassador, and overcome the difficult -
'r: p' gatherings realized just what has just returned from Russia, wherehe In a fast and' hard-fought basketball only American division to assist in tasks which have confronted you. '' of the Rod Cross and, the work It ,did 1 e
done last the G. H, S. the disastrous defeat of the great German for tho soldiers, the field and in the
was being and what had been ac personally witnessed the various game Saturday, After leaving the region of Chu- on
Starke in their home offensive of July 15 on the battlefield hospitals where he III! )
complished when Clemenceau au abA boys defeated had spent days recovering -
changes which have been taking placein teau-Thiorry you scarcely boon assembled
in From that timeon
ruptly announced the adjournment of the government and conditions town by n score of 28 to 11. Champagne in your new area when you from an illness. As souvenirsof
the session. Gainesville had the game well in it has taken part in every large the conflict !Mr. Morgan brought
there. What he told the council was were ordered to advance by hard night
k hand from the beginning to the end, American operation."In homo. with him a wool .sleeping
In fact the marches cap
conference not only ef- not disclosed but an authorized state. to participate in the attack
although the Starke boys never wavered November when German power used by tho Germans and, a German.
fre od l h orrvi.tin| ; I I-it it vttinlly ment from M. Noulens sums up his in their defense. was finally broken, the division as it of the St. Mihiol saliont. In this /first silver

embarked upon the execution of a views thus: lay before Sedan had reached the great operation(> of the American army I spoon. ._
well --- - -
most ambitious in the is the en- The Gainesville lads were sup were. instructed to I Icontro
program adop- "The Bolshevikist power you attack in the
northernmost attained, the
plied by bunch of rooters who accompanied point by ORLANDO! ) PAYS TRIIIUTE LT. r
tion of what officially is designated as emy of the entente. It is responsiblefor first American Army in its magnificent \ of the 4th Army Corps and toleliver WHITE
the :
the "agenda" which in English means' the Russian defection from the en- team. advance. / the main blow it I. the directionof
"mode of business." Some of the del tente. It furnished Germany with The local boys will again meet the? the heights overlooking the Marline.
Starke team on the G. 11. S. court "The American high command has River' On the lust Sunday in f December at
: egates themselves expressed surprise food during; the war. It protested rated and the 12d Division
Saturday, February 1st.-Gainesville long employed the :Methodist church in Orlando a
at the precedents given on programto against the terms of the German ar first class shock division. Rainbow DiiiHJon Took Every: Objective -
Sun. as a memorial service wax hold I in honor of
such subjects as responsibility forjhe : mistice. These acts show an uncom- ,
The French commanders. under whom Lt. Richard Ray White and Whitney
war and particularly at the prominence of hostility against "In the battle that followed
promising you
of the soviet chiefs declaring that the division has served have cited it in Wright
given international labor prob- the entente. Premier[ Lloyd George and President orders, and now a captured German took every objective in accordance This beautiful service was arranged
lems, while such important subjects and terror, which are increasing with the "plan of the commander.
as "Tyranny army
document shows the regard in which
i Wilson were too conservative to deal by Mrs. Edna: Giles Fuller and several
the league of nations and freedom of daily, should place the bloody the division has been held 1 the You advanced fourteen kilometres in
I with. lie also /gave exact data on the I < by enemy eloquent speakers'paid tribute to the .
the seas did not on the agenda.It and Petrograd out- twenty-eight hours You forward
appear uhiefs at Moscow i iolsheviki[ forces, showing that they )pushed splendid lives and heroic deaths of
was pointed out today that the side the pale of humanity. No societyof advance elements five kilometres
"The of Information
did not exceed ninety thousand arml'.1'ml'n. Weekly Summary those two young men who were so well
absence of those subjects from the nations could deal with such a regime the remainder being without am- for Oct. !II, 11I! H, of the German further, or nineteen kilometres !beyondyour known and popular in Orlando business -

1 program was not due either to over- which constitutes today the muntion and arms, clothing or shoes. group of armies! which held, the front original !starting point. You took and social circles Mrs. Fuller
[ sight or a desire to delay their consid- most serious obstacle to a general more than 1,000 prisoners from nine I
He declared also that the red army from the Argonno to the !Mouse enumerates presented handsome enlarged picturesof
f eratlon and that no delay would result. Until the regime falls a development enemy divisions You captured seven
peace. was largely recruited from the famIshed the American units on its Lt. White und, Whitney Wright, the ,
Topics on the order of business have which I hope the allies will villages and forty-two !square kilo
peasants who took this to oh- sumo to be placed in the church as! a
j been almost automatically referred to actively seek to bring about, Europe metres of territory. You seized' large
ain food and the pay the Soviets seemed day at the White Mouse of the headiof standing memorial to those gallant
i various delegations which will report will continue to be exposed to severest supplies of food, clothing, ammunition
i, ) able to give them. the war boards, military advisersand young soldiers! who sacrificed their
J on them as soon as they are ready. risks of agitation and war." At the close of the morning/ session members of the cabinet. guns and engineering material lives for their country and! the cause

j Meantime the peace conference itself M. Noulens will be followed tomorrow "resident Wilson and Premier Lloyd I The purpose of the meeting in paris "Worn though you were by ceaseless of humanity, .

[ may concentrate its attention on hv the Punish minister..' II. Scavenius George had an earnest discussion 'often is for the discussion of economic campaigning since February, you --. '

:' f other questions, especially a league of : who will speak along the same minutes' duration in an antechamber. problems involved in the armistice and I then moved to the Verdun region to WII.m'ItTILL\I.\s:
[ nations which M. Clemenceau in his lines. the peace negotiations. Blockade, ship participate in the great blow which

[address said would be first In order. ping, food relief for Europe; and the your country's armies have struck to The many friends. of :Mr. and, :Mrs.

The method thus adopted is expect- Paris Jan. 21.-The supreme council Paris, Jan. 22-The American peace provision of raw materials for the restoration the west of the Mouse Frank Tillman will regret to learn of

I jed to advance rather than to delay action of the great powers hopes to for commission is depending/ upon its specialists of the devastated regionsare "You took hill 288/ ". Lu. Tuilerie the death of their son, Wilbur, which

) on the most important questions. mulate a concrete proposal on Russiaat in international law for the : among the problems which will Farm and the Cote de Chation, and occurred! Tuesday evening at their

The nations composing the supreme tomorrow's meeting. preparation of the American view of' come before the meetings! and the broke squarely across the powerful homo at Maxvillo. Funeral service

I council according to the regulations, This was the definite anonuncement important questions raised In the : cabinet will probably also give atten- Kriemhild SU-llung, clearing the way were hold at the residence, yesterday!

i are to take part in all the sittings, of the official communique issued tonight agenda/ adopted by the peace conference tion to the Russian question.The for the advance beyond, St. Georgesand ; afternoon. The interment was in the

['while tho other nations are to be rep- after the council had been con- Saturday. These are, first! responsibility Swuts government; as its views Landers-et-St.! Georges family lot in Maxville cemetery by

sented only when questions in which. sidering the Russian situation contin- for the war, and second are expressed in sources close to Its "Marching: / and fighting, day and Marcus eonant-TlmrK-Unlon, Jan.

j they are especially interested are dis- uously for the last two days.It the framing of a policy for interna president here, not only approves the night, you thrust through the advancing 2rd.Chalons:) .
I [ cussed. can be added that while this con- tional co-operation in legislation directed project for a league of nations but ; linen of the forward troops of the 4

The conference has solved the deli- crete proposal was not finally decided toward the Interests of labor. desires and expects admission to the 'Fir t Army. You drove the enemy In the bloody drive from Cha-

cate question of etiquette in selecting and reduced to writing, its main features ' While differences exist at present I peace negotiations, as far afl the deliberations across the Meuse. You captured the !toau-Thicrry to the Vesle, in the blotting -

i four vice-presidents, who are to preside were agreed to in principle. The regarding the first question particu > on this subject are con- heights dominating the river before I out of the St. :Mihiol salient, and

j in turn in the absence of M. Clem. members came from the session, how larly as to the responsibility of individuals cerned as well as on other problems Sedan and reached in the enemy lines In the advance to Sedan you have

erlceau. Secretary of State Lansing ever feeling that there was no sovereign rather than of governments for in which Switzerland is particularly the furthest point attained by any played a splendid and leading, part.

j has been choien to act in this capacity remedy insuring a certain cure the war and likewise for the viola I interested American troops' "I know that you will give the same

I for the United States delegation which for the difficult and dangerous situation tions of war by the central powers. It The Swiss government, !It is declared Sa,. Division Struck Vital Illow of unfailing support to whoever may succeed -

[will leave President Wilson free to and that it would be desirable to is believed to be by no means certain believes the league's regula the War me as your commander, and that

J come and go at will on the floor of the embody several lines of action in the that the American delegates are willing tions should include the absolute pro- "Since Sept. 12 you have taken over you will continue to bear forward

f conference and it was said today even proposal.The to accept the views of the French hibition of a resort to war; that it 12,000 prisoners; you have freed twen- without faltering, the colors of the

1 .Ito leave for the United States without Danish minister to Russia, Harold legal authorities quoted by Premier should provide for the compulsory ty-five French villages/ ; you have recovered Rainbow Division.

t sacrificing any advantage to America. Scavenius, made a statement be- Clemenceau respecting national responsibility reference of disputes to special arbitration over 150/ square kilometres> of "I leave you with deep end affectionate e +

Pending the call for the next ses- fore the executive session of the coun- for the former German tribunals! or tf) a permanent International French territory and you have cap. regret; and I thank you again ,

.slon of the conference, which has beenI cil today on conditons in Russia which emperor and his generals in the absence court. tuned great supplies of enemy munitions for your loyalty to me and your ser

I adjourned without date, the supreme also had a strong influence in deter- of precedents, and until there I.a Is Although international military and material. vices to your country.

ouncil will meet tomorrow to continue mining that soviet representativesshould clearer understanding the limi pressure may, it is recognized, be necessary "Whatever may come in the future, "You have struck a vital blow In $

C work on the program and in expecta- not come to Paris. He was the tations within which such a doctrinecan as a last resort to prevent disputants the men of this division will have the the greatest war In history. You have

: Jion of the promise of M. Cleptenceau last of the ministers to leave Petrograd be exercised. resorting to arms Switzer proud consciousness that they have proved to the world in no mean meas-

that the question of a league of naI and today he emphasized the futility President Wilson has decided to. resume land is represented ai unable to bea thus far fought wherever the American ure that our country can defend Its .

I tlons would take first place, it will endeavor of trying to conduct any Inter- the sessions of his war cabinet, participant in any military measures flag' has flown most gloriously In own.

( to weld together some of the course with the soviet leaders. or his "Wednesday cabinet" so-called owing to the constitutional provisions this war. "CHARLES T. MENOHER.

{projects which have been under aep- He read an article written by one because this is the 'regular meeting and her peaceful traditions "In the determining battle before "Major General, U. S. A"t

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1 I many threatened to occupy part of severely criticised to the English pressas I i hardships Mr. Roosevelt was stricken I been in museums in this country-for
I I Venezuela's count in order l to collect being an unwarranted meddling in 'I with fever stung by poisonous insects many years. Mr. Roosevelt was greatly .
1I i Life Sketch of Theodore Roosevelt. !I debts due to German subjects President the affairs of Great Britain, but Sir and had a narrow escape from disappointed when he learned about
Roosevelt asked the German *mi Edward Grey stated in Parliamentthat r death. Had it not been for the devotion -I these specimens.In .
i I bnssador at Washington to get the the address was shown to him be- and courage of Kermit his father 1916 he tried hard to get the
German Emperor to snbmit the matter fore it was delivered and was approved would have died in the Brazilian jun nomination for the Presidency at the
to arbitration. The Ambassador I by him. I gle. The young man carried his fatheron Republican National Convention but
I (Continued From Last Week) to accomplish the same result in the I said, that would be impossible Then The ninth and last of the series was his back for miles at one time when failed signally. He received the nomination
I way that would be most courteous and I Mr. Roosevelt told the Ambassador on "Biological Analogies in History" the father was too ill to walk. of the Progressive National
I On September 6, 1901! President most agreeable to the feelings of the : that he would order Admiral Dewey and was delivered at Oxford June 7, I His "River of Doubt"It Committee, but declined to run, and in
McKinley Was shot by an anarchist Japanese; that all relations betweenthe and the entire Atlantic fleet to sail to 1910. It was the Romanes Lecture, a letter to the Progressive National
in Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. Roosevelt hurried two peoples must be those of reciprocal Venezuela in ten (day to prevent the and before it was delivered Mr. Roosevelt was on 'this trip that Mr. Roosevelt Committee on June 26 came out in
: to Buffalo but was told that the justice, and that it whs an intolerable Germans landing. In a week the Pres- had conferred upon him the high. and his party discovered a new support of the republican nominee,
President was out of danger, and Mr. outrage on the part of the ident asked the Ambassador if Germany eat honorary degree Oxford Univer- river, called by him the River of Doubt Charles Evans Hughes. Many believed
r Roosevelt then joined his family, who newspapers and public men to use offensive had concluded to accept arbitra sity could give and followed its course for hundredsof at the time that this support waa
were in the Adirondack) near the foot and insulting language abouta t on. The Ambassador said that there Mr. Roosevelt's journey through Eu- miles. "I put a new river on themap" the result of a bargain with the republican
d,, of Mount Tnhawus. There, two or I high spirited, sensitive and friendly was no chance of that. President I rope was in the nature of a royal prog- was Mr. Roosevelt's declaration "Old Guard" by which Mr.
three days later, he learned that the people.As Roosevelt remarked .to him ress and he was received on every when he returned from the expedition. Roosevelt was assured of the nomina
President was dead. That evening Mr. a result the obnoxious school leg ]ly" Pleasant-I hand with great acclaim. He reached He brought back with him the skins tion in 1920, should he live until then.
Roosevelt took the oath of office a.i islation was abandoned, and Mr. "Then there is no use New York June 18, 1910, and receiveda of 1,500 birds and 500 mammals. The
President of the United States in the Roosevelt obtained a "gentlemen's waiting the full ten days. If the assurance wonderful welcome. In speaking ofa expedition was for the National Geo- Colonel an Avowed Candidate
house of Ansley Wilcox, at Buffalo. agreement" with Japan under which does not come within forty- great crowd that had pressed upon graphic Society. Colonel Roosevelt was an avowed
He at once announced that he would the Japanese government itself pre- eight hours Dewey! will sail." him that day to shake his hand ho JVlr. Roosevelt made a trip to the I candidate for the Presidential nomination -
J.: continue unchanged the McKinley policies vented any emigration to the United It came in thirty-six hours, and the said, "It is a kind of hysteria. They Windward and Leeward Islands in the when the conventions met in Chi.
for the honor and prosperity of I States of its laboring people, it being German Emperor asked President will soon be throwing rotten eggs at spring of 1916, and came back with cago. There were two of them, the
the country, and asked all the members I distinctly understood that if there was Roosevelt to become the arbitrator. lie me." the announcement that he had discovered -.. republicans and the progressives
of the McKinley cabinet to stay. such emigration the United States declined the honor and turned the mat- As the Republican National Conven- a new bird in Trinidad, but it was meeting at the same time, the rem-
For the purpose of this article only would pass at once an exclusion' law. ter over to the Hague Court of Arbi tion of 1912 drew near there was much shown that the bird was a well known --- -1;
the merest outline can be given of The arrangement worked perfectly, tration. speculation as to whether Mr. Roose- one and that several specimens had (Continued on Page 3.) :

I. Mr. Roosevelt's career as President. and, as Mr. Roosevelt said himself, "no President Roosevelt led Santo Domingo velt would be a candidate. Mr. Roosevelt .
,i It would require| a largo volume] to small part of our success was due to to request an American officialto himself declared that he did not
give it in any detail. He was aggressively the fact that we succeeded in impressing finance her customs receipts the want the nomination; that he doubted '
Republican, because ho believedin on the Japanese that we sincerely natives were satisfied, the foreign if any republican could be elected, and ,i
republican doctrines nnd policies, admired and respected them and desired debts were paid and Europe was kept that he personally had everything to '
not because of any partisan fealty us to treat them with the utmost consideration off.Cuba lose and nothing to gain if he should \
such. ." came to n (deadlock in her nf- enter the contest, but again he said!
In Mr. Roosevelt's biography. hewrote Mr. Roosevelt believed then and afterward hairs, and President Palma asked, for thut if there should be an uprising of
: that he had succeeded in preventing United States forces to hefcp him. the people, which he did not anticipate
"At the end of my administration u war with Japan. President Roosevelt sent one man- he might consider it. When he was 'f i
Mr. ISryce, the British ambassador, ._ Primarily!: a Man of I Peace I William If. Tnft, then Secretary of asked why he did not say that in no i
I told life Wnr to advise with the PuTinna circumstances
_me that in a. long during. Air. KooHOvelt was primarily n man' would he accent the of-
wnicn he now taunted intimately mo of peace lie often said that he abhorred When I'nIIYlIL'rPRi nerl" Ji."Tlt'w: j (lice if it were tendered him, he said I|
government: of many dilferent countries I war above all else. He spoke the I' there and the Cubans wanted him to in substance, "I had to eat my words THE UNIVERSAL! CAR 1
he hud never in any country seena truth when he said that, but he was stny. Not till then did President! once in connection with the Vice Pres ..
more eager, high minded and efll- keenly anxious that the country Roosevelt send American soldiers according idency, and I don't want to run any
cient set of public servants, men more I fully for war so as to insure prepare I to the "Platt amendment" chance of having do it again" !
useful and more creditable to their 1 peace. provision, to maintain pence between With the knowledge that he would i

r country than the men then doing the I Early: ] in 1005) ; it became evident, to I j the factions. As soon as the factions be a candidate, Mr. Roosevelt made,
work ott the American government in Mr. Roosevelt that a further continuation agreed he withdrew the American on February 21, 1912, his Columbus Because of its all-around utility, the Ford 1 j
Washington and in the field.] I repeat of the war between Japan and troops with never a hostile shot, and speech on "A Charter of Democracy," one-ton truck---with worm drive---has mede
this statement with the permission Russin undesired either the Cubans again realized our justness in which he advocated the recall of judicial -
was by country -
of Mr. Bryce." : lie sent identical notes to the When He Got I Panama Canal decisions. This speech alienated itself an absolute business necessity. It's so

Again he wrote: "The most important I two powers, proposing that they When Colombian troops sailed to I hundreds. of thousands of republicanvotes. dependable in service wherever
factor in getting the right I[ should meet, through their representatives fight Panama and bring that !
republic placed' l flexible and in
spirit in my administration, next to to see if peace could not be mndo into submission again President Split the Republican Party Ford sure con-
the insistence upon courage, honesty directly between them. lie offered to Roosevelt had American warships It is well known how at the republican trol and low cost of operation and
and a genuine democracy of desire to act nu an intermediary in bringing there first. The Colombian general convention the fight was made Truck maintenance and possessing that-
serve the plain people, was my insistence about such a meeting. Each assentedto wits told! that fighting would endanger between Mr. Roosevelt and the republican J
upon the theory that the execu- the President's proposal and the the lives of American citizens who organization, and how the organ Your vanadium steel strength, it has
tive power was limited only by specific of the two nations izntion: won and nominated Mr. Taft.
i representatives ware there, and he was advised to sail became the want in every line of
restrictions and prohibitions appearing finally met at Portsmouth N. II., after : hack again. He did so. And President, :Mr. Roosevelt left the convention and Need
in the constitution or imposed I having visited Mr. Roosevelt at I Roosevelt got the Panama Canal forth joined the progressive party, heading/ business, from retail merchant to
by, the Congress under its constitu his home at Oyster Hay. lie asumedl (' United States. lIe said at Oyster it as its candidate for President, splitting manufacturer, from engineer to
executive.oldies view was thnt ev- the responsibility of advising each nation Bay: the republican party and thus assuring
ery and, above nil ev- as to the terms which ought to be "My political enemies have always the election Woodrow Wil contractor, from corporation to farmer. Let

ery executive officer in high position, I accepted and agreed upon and he succeeded expressed deep concern over the wny son. lie always contended that it was us tell you details and give you a demonstration. -
was a steward of the people, bound actively , in getting them to agree, although I acquired the territory to build the the "bosses" who split the party by
and affirmatively to do all he I as he himself' said later, each Panama Canal, but 1 notice that there turning him down by means of crooked .
h could for the people, and not to content -j side felt that it had, been overreached has never been a proposal to returnit. work, and that he had done his full
himself with tho negative merit l by the other, and both nations eyent111 ." duty by accepting the nomination of
J of keeping! his talents undamaged in I felt a sense of injury and dislike! When one American citizen Ion the progressives. Of his defeat he
n napkin. I declined to adopt, the view for Mr. Roosevelt] in his character of Perdlcnrls had been kidnapped for said: FORD GARAGEA.
thnt what was imperatively necessary' I I "In the fight for
maker. the hand long righteousnessthe !
pence ransom by Rnizuli, in Morocco
for the notion could not be done by the 'I When the Nobel Peace Prize wa" I Mr. Roosevelt had a case which watchword for all of us is, 'Spend
: President unless he could find" some i awarded to :Mr. Roosevelt for his suggests Mexico. The Sultan] of :Morocco mad be spent. It is of little matter

specific\ authorization: to do it. 'I course in regard to Russia and Japan, I was suspected, of being "in whether any one man fails or succeeds VV. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors
Worked and Played Hard I he kept the medal but turned the mon- with" the fierce rebel bandit. Also a but the cause shall not fail, for it is I
J President Roosevelt worked very ey prize of -10,000 over as a founda- complicnted game of European politics the cause of mankind. I STARKE, FLORIDA
hard ; but he made a point of gettingat tion of industrial, peace to a board of was being played in !Morocco. Negotiations In the autumn of 1913 Mr. Roosevelt I J
least a couple of hours every day trustees which included. Oscar Straus, brought nothing to pass. and his son Kermit, went on an exploring I'
for equally vigorous play. Tennis !| Seth Low nnd John Mitchell. lie also Then arrived President Roosevelt's final expedition in Brazil. They spent)I
was favorite pastime The President I received an original copy of Sully's message, through Secretary John the winter at this work and had many I -
also indulged in long and rough /I"Memories" of "Henry le Grand" from Hay sent to the American Consul
walks into the country, and he rode a the French Parliamentary Group of (with a warship in the harbor) : "Per- "----- --
good deal His walks were particularly I International Arbitration and Concil dicaris alive, or Raizuli dead." Per-
famous. He thought it a good Joketo iation. Among the hundreds of signatures dicaris was delivered-alive.
start out with some companions, to the testimonial accompany After a few days spent at Oyster
among which he delighted to include ing the volume were those of Emile Bay Mr. Roosevelt immediately after
p one or two foreign diplomatists, and Loubet, A. Carnot, d'Estournelles de turning over the administration to his
KO across country wade streams, make J Constant, Aristide Briand, Sully Prud- successor President Taft, sailed on
his way through the brush, swim the homme, Jean Jaures, A. Fallieres and March 23, J09 from New York for
' rivers if necessary and get back to I I R. Poincare. Africa in charge of a scientific expedition
Washington in a most kodrnXKled and I Mr. Roosevelt said that his success sent out by the Smithsonian Institution
unkempt condition. 'Iin bringing about peace between Japan !, to collect birds mammals,
On one of these walks Mr. Jusser- and Russia gave some persons the reptiles and plants, but especially spe.
and the French ambassador, who was idea that it was his duty to make of cimens of big game for the National
a member of !\fl'. Roosevelt's "Tennis himself "a kind of international Meddlesome Museum at Washington. Speaking of
Cabinet," started to swim the Potomac ] Mattie and interfere for peace his approaching trip, he said: "Noth-
with the President and others of the and justice promiscuously over the i ing will be shot unless for food or for
party. Just as they were about to get world." A couple of days after peace preservation as a specimen or unless
into the river to swim somebody said was concluded he wrote to a friend: the animal is of a noxious kind. There
to !Mr. Jussernml, "Mr Ambassador, !i I "Don't be misled by the fact that will he no wanton destruction what-
:Mr. Ambassador, you haven't taken1 I I I just at the moment men are speaking ever."
"off your gloves" to which he promptly well of me. They will speak ill soon "African Game Trails"It
responded, "I think I will leave 1'enough As Locb remarked to me to-
W them on; we might meet ladles." lily some time soon I shall have to : Is unnecessary here to' nnnnlr- : In
General J 1'rcdcrick! (Purston was! taken Uplink some little international brigand detail of this expedition.; Mr.. Roosevelt ;; ;;- the months
anti all told the story himself in his book, six beginning
on one of thl'KPVa 11<11 with the then the well-meaning idiots
President] one day, and, they came to acllnal. I will turn and shriek that this is inconsistent "Afri<''an Game Trails," and. was paid DUring '
The President, and, the others with what I did! at the PeaceConference the sum of one dollar a word, for the 1st and ending December
swam the ennui with nil their clothes whcrons, in reality it will account, which appeared first in Scrib-
+i on. General Funnton did, not. "Come he exactly in line with it." Iwr'Ingolltine.: : In the foreword to 31 sl 1918 deposits in-
on. fiennrnl," called the President. I 1"'lim'4Ionroe) : Doctrine I the book dated Khartoum :March 15 our
1911): :Mr. I
Roosevelt: wrote '
You are not afraid" to swim the canal, I President Roosevelt I :
s' defined the :Monroe
an von ?" "There are no words that can tell creased 16 per cent. .
"No," cried flenernl (Funston. "I'm ''I Doctrine as a "declaration that the hidden spirit of the wilderness, ,
there must he no territorial aggrandizement that cnn reveal its mystery! its melancholy
not afraid and I'm not n damn fool, -
either" General: Kunmton told that I liy any non-American power and its charm. There is delight
I story incra Cruz, and Inter Mr. at the expense of any" American power in the hardy life of the open in longrides I
Roosevelt confirmed it at Oyster Hay I American soil. He said "We rifle in hand, in the thrill of the i

i. taking occasion then to any of General stain i have deliberately foreign made our own cer- tight with dangerous game.' Apart This is certainly pleasing
Funston: I poli'ieshi'h do.mnnd I from this ;yet! mingled with it. is the a very
i the possession of n first' class navy. strong attraction of the silent places
"I like Funston. lie's Amer-
a, icon and he's fighting Ugly.n real" I I I I treat-ed of'.i l the large tropic moons, and the endorsement of our service.
pleader of the stars where the
The President created four ;
I "iC'noc-the Commission 1'0mm1B-1 Public'| foreign policy; but it would be worse wanderer sees the awful glory of sunrise -
on than idle to assert it unless we intended and sunset in the wide of :
1.lInds. the Commission
the Commission on Inlnnd Country Waterways to buck it up, nnd it can be backedup the earth, unworn by man, and changed I
Life and the Commission on National 1 only by a thoroughly good navy." only by the slow change of the ages
Commenting further upon the Monroe : through time everlasting."
j Conservation. Those commissions
discontinued; liy President Tuft. were Doctrine, President Roosevelt said, Mr.I Roosevelt's son, Kermit, went We thank you.
t' During the and! half in substance, in his message of Decem with him on the African hunt and was I)
/ seven a
yearsof her,10o5: that under no circumstances' of
:Mr. Roosevelt's administration!. the great assistance to his father in 1
I interest bearing debt of the nation. would the United States use the Monroe ninny ways. When they returned' to ,

was reduced $110,000.000( ( and yet the |,I aggression Doctrine nor as a should cloak it for be territorial used civilization:Mr. from the African jungles
J by Roosevelt delivered a series of
sphere of governmental action i I Ii
j was extended 1 any nation on this continent as a shield addresses. The first was at the Amer OF STARKE ;
greatly. Corruption in BANK
I i.f. departments was rooted government out to protect it from the consequences of Iran :Mission at Khartoum, on !March
I wherever discovered. Land frauds its own misdeed* against foreign nation It!!, ]1910; the second on "Law and Or-
poet office corruption were discovered and, *, hut that the punishment by the der in Egypt," before the National THE BANK OF HELPFUL SER VICE I
foreign nation must not take the form
University in Cairo
i March 28 1910 ,
men di reforms>lmi..I.ancf brought. prosecuted. and of territorial occunation: that It would I I thp un ehi.d_un_. nn_.. "(_'ifinn.hi....___.......,. .i.... .n. n D ,,"-;
many about.California' pu.-
I be inadvisable to permit a foreign i goy: lie," wan delivered at the Sorbonne in It
Japanese Trouble i ernment to take, possession, even tem Paris April 23, 1910. !Fifty-nine" thousand ,
During the latter part of President porarily, of the custom houses of an copies of this last address were
Roosevelt's administration Agitators 'American republic nnd hence the printed and a copy was given to each Depository for State of Florida County of( i
e in California, in order to show United States might have to intervene schoolmaster in France. The speech
their disapproval of Japanese coming I to bring about some arrangement un had a recognized influence' in diminish Bradford and Town of Starve.1 . ,
into the State, tried to provide by law der which the obligation would be met; ing the bitterness of the clerical controversy I
that Japanese children should not attend that this would be the only possible at the time. II I
the public schools. President way to insure against a clash with Mr. Roosevelt delivered another address
Roosevelt at once took the matter up porno foreign power, and that this position before the Nobel Prize Commit.
and sent for the Mayor of San Francisco in in the interest of pence an tee, at Christianin, Norway, on :May
:' and other leader in the anti- well as in the interests of justice 5, 1910, and another on the same day
Japanese movement To them he explained During President Roosevelt's seven at Christinnia on "The Colonial Pol
j that, while he sympathized and a half years' administration several icy of the United States."
tJ with the Californians, it was exclu- delicate international situation:: Acclaimed in
,, sively the right of the national government arose. First there was the controversy Europe
', with The sixth address, "The World'
to deal with a foreign power. Great Britain over the boundary
'.' He said! that inasmuch as In the last of Alaska. Mr. Roosevelt proposed :Movement( ," was delivered at Berlin a .
:,: resort Including that last of all resorts a joint commission competed of week later, and the seventh, "The .
e war, tie) dealing of necessity three Americans and three British. Condition of Success," at the Cambridge -
I had to be between the foreign power The joint commission gave its decision Union, England :May 2(5.( Thoeighth ,
t.t r and the national government, it was In favor of the United States, the Lord address was delivered at the
impossible to admit that the doctrine Chief Justice of England, who wa' a I Guildhall, in London May 31, 1910,
of state sovereignly could be invokedin member of the commission, voting and wa on "British Rule in Africa."
,'I such a matter. with the Americans. It has been said that as a result of '

lie said that, while ho was in sym- Made Germany Back Down that Egypt.address The speech Kitchener made was tremendous sent to "dI

, .pathy with the Californians, he winded The next occasion was when Ger sensation at the time a and was-
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POSS EXONERATED OF CHARGE of ignominy in its histoiy.
,C. ; OF KILLING winSl) SOLDI Kit As the campaign wore on and republican ;' Illllllli'' IIIII
? ,( Illl
; : leaders that their Ile I I II VIII I IIIIiII u' I llllllI
News of Florida ;in Short Paragraphs say nominee III ' II I I I I''I _ I jI1I I
'I. Jacksonville Jan. 1P! .Sidney R. was not making the progress they I
I, knew to InnercsMiiy I the: calls for Colonel
I r'1 I I Pons was exonerated, yesterday, by the Kewl7

: I I Live State News :I ,''of circuit the court killing grand of his! jury wife of/and the of charge Private morn frantic ROOKt''l'lt's8l1i"toncl'than I'M'r./ IIi hud became promised I
.J to make a hull dozen ppcvfhes.
> \ L , .wYr..M.r..l.W.IUWN.N.N..N.e :1':1'l' St Jul'i D. Shirk, of Brooklyn, N. They ,pleaded for more, as many as "
...altl4sYe "I Y., who was stationed at Ctimp John IIP could! make anynhi'ie, and every- I Pty
Told by Exchanges. ston. :Mrs. Celia Pons and Shirk met where, except in the states where the ; y ,T Ill

death on the night of November 11, fiermaii-Ainericun; vote hud to bo cod
---- - - --" being shot at about 80:: o'clock that dled. The Colonel begun his contribution I .

There will be no celebration of :Mardi Kissimmee recently the old wire tap- night while they were near Twenty- to the campaign with n spcerli( in

Gras iii Pensacolu this year. per fake, and then went home for an- third and Main streets. I.l'wi"lolI.11': ., anl the result (hero
was landslide :\
for Mr.
other $ J,
John D. Roc'W.f"Uer. the famous oil sonville by the police but they failedto in each case against Pons, who, was 'Co Proud to Tight"The

*' Is spending the winter at convince him that he had been brought into court and ordered discharged result apparently tickled! the II
SVHSond Beach.Twentytwo : Colonel; he became Be Sure to Get i iw'I
stung and, probably the fakers have by Judge Gibbs. plastic in the '
hands of
the other $<>.000 by this time.America's --- .-.- -'-- I the IIugho.s managers and
carloads of Jefferson readily agreed to make two com prc-
county hogs have been shipped from largest-diiigiblo, the C-l, COULD WIN WITH E\RS: DOWN'The : I n"nlt';;;! (c speaking! tours At Hiittlc1

Monticello this season. terminated, its successful flight from I Creek ;Mich., late, in September, he
officials Of the South Florida took for his text the words, "too proud)
I Far Rockaway, N. Y., naval air stationto "
to light,
and continued
Fair for mule his advocacy
are a raceduring
The largest pecan grove in the worldis Key West last Wednesday 'Ufteri of preparedness He lashed the President
near Tallahassee, consisting of 72- i noon. The distance of approximately the celebration and l art now for his policies \\hkh h/LIllw'l'mlt-/

000 trees, covering 4,200 acres of : 1,200 miles was covered in 29 hours, booking entries. There's one domiciled ted! the sinking of the Lusitunia, the: '
land. at an average. speed of 48 miles an I up at Tallahassee who might bu devastation", of Belgium, the internal ,, IM' 1 ti
hour. induced to enter the "free for all.- strife in Santo Domingo, Hayti and
Carlstrom Field has been desig- I Zolfo Truth. the trouble; with :Mexico ICe referred l, I iI"I"
____._ __ __ to the "ignoblo) little wars" 16 i '
nated by the War Department as one C, S. Carter, a white man, who was no which lia I rr
of the convicted in criminal said had been waged agninst Miwu'io, '
permanent camps for training court at Tampa i II1I
aviators. some time of embezzlement specifying\ the Vera Cruz affair andalleged II'I'
sympathetic assistance t. the I
) '
as the result of failure to I Villn forces" ''NI'r' ;HE wax wwrapped

Miss Alice E. Beck, daughter of Rev. make settlement after selling an automobile While IK was active in the national '.

Andrew J. Heck, of Bradentown, has: and who escaped from the SUPPLIES SENT campaign ho found time to devote u '" ; ; 4I sealed package
sailed for France to do canteen work state prison authorities goon after beginning little attention to the state I light. lie ,

in the y :M. C. A. huts. I his sentence, wandered buck BY Y. M. C. A. urged tho nomination of \Robert llacon I'I'' '' .
to Tampa, where he was picked up for United States: Senator, urging/ : (I Illlf with WfUCLEV'Supon
The State Board of Health reports Saturday. again his familiar arguments for nre-

1,332: deaths from influenza in FlorIda Cut of Bw eU and Smokes for One 'hut'mrcdness nod l II strong foreign policy/ ), we It Is a guarantee
i ;; ;; I William M. Calilcr' had
Warre--d: too
) during the month of October and LeRoy 24 years, an Month Reach Staggtrlng Figure start and 1 Mr.: Bane great a
the first five days of November. employe of Merrill-Stevens; Ship- -Armistice Didn't End the primaries. The Colonel wits tlofouted opposed at of quality.!
I building Corporation, sent bullet Front
a Smoking on Any Samuel Soabury's ambition for the
Capt. Purvis,' former superintendentof crashing through his head, at his home Governorship, although ho was pitted I
the State Farm, has resigned as I in South Jacksonville Tuesday nijrht. New York. Jan ..-Almost ".000"- aganiHt the man whom the Colonel) hud add id d$' H I
4 I assistant superintendent and farmer 1 1 Death was instantaneous. Warren, 000 worth of smokes, sweets, sportinggoods fought bitterly two years (before The largest! chewing-!

for the Boys' Industrial School at Ma- who recently married in Jacksonville, chewing cum and other commodities (Governor Whit mono
rianna. I was chatting: pleasantly with his wife was .shipped to Franc during It wit at thin time einlv in O<'to- gum factories in the ::1
a few minutes before he killed himself. I the month of November by the Army her, 1IMK.! I that the first meeting in

The United State Sisal Trust Company I His wife cunnot account for the rash and Navy Y, 1C. A., for the use the four years" of two men who hud, been world the largest! i
'' greatest of friends
has been organized at Miami,'deed. of the American Expeditionary ForcesA IInion o'urr".llIt the
Club. A reception for selling in the
with a capital stock of $1,000,000 for I statement to this effect has Just Mr HujrlioH brought. Theodore Roosevelt cum I, I
the purpose of growing and manufacturing -I I The Vernon murder mystery in been Issued by the National War rind William Howard v' ''
sisal hemp. I I j which the body of a young white woman Council and tends to demonstrate that They I'lnsped I hands, murmured together. u y J4 ,41 world: that; is what 'I'i III IIIwRiGLF.Y'S (

was found, in an abandoned well the demand for supplies of this character few word of greeting and then took I

The Florida Fruit Preserving Com near that pliice recently, has been solv baa not been reduced by the fact their places in the receiving! line. me ns. ',1

pany, of Jacksonville, has: been pur-, ed. The identity of the woman has that hostilities have onaeed Hut the HnghoM campaign wits .1.1I

chased by capitalists who expect to enlarge been established as Mrs. Isaac Hand, In exact ft'lurl1I' the value of the drooping mill the Colonel soon was. elf a.
the plant and make a specialty ', nee ;Miss Nellie Birth, and lived nenr supplies shipped to France wan $J- for the \Vost, lie went down on the SEALED TIGHT : I
of preserving citrus fruit Bonifay. She has been missing from 895.908 and each month's quota will ap- ;Mexican border. und, spoke in the
I suites \\ huh border) the KEPT RIGHT i
Cuniiiliiin line.
I home for three weeks but relatives proximate this total until the forces '
During the lust few I
days of the II, I
thought: she was with her husband overseas have been materially reduced campaign y
The Snyder Out Door School for away b'' muck ninny: speeches in New ,i d(
Boys opened its winter session ont: who left here with her in a buggy by demobilisation. Yolk, city und his last word wus said 9 : v'rpCb wsurtoI I
Captiva Island, Jan. 5th. Chicago is'' ostensibly to visit relatives on the I Tile demand for tobacco, cigars and at Oyster Bay. to a meeting of1 his ;:

the home of this school and this is the I bay. He returned u few days ago cigarettes has not diminished since fellow towiihmen. Then cann the elec I : I I

fifth year they have wintered at this I I| without his wife, disposed of his horse the armistice was signed as witness tion, the days of doubt and the 'prediction I U' I
place. [i and buggy and! immediately left for the fact that $1,351,000 of the total that a new republican party would! 1 I -
.. _._ I i parts unknown. .amount went for the purchase of the follow him in 19'.O.!): (> Ili I 17 I II IM

The session of the Florida Baptists weed in nom form. In the shipments I !Lending Exponent: of Preparedness I II,

at Tampa last week, the fiftyseventh'in 'i John A. Clifford, a northerner, committed were 464.811 pounds of tobacco, Prior to the political campaign, .occiihionully I h

the history of the Florida Baptist ;: suicide in St. Petersburg recently 198.085,320 cigarettes and 99.700 ci \ during/ the light for his M The Flavor Lasts |
convention, has decided to hold the I by shooting himself through the san As for confectionary there \Presidency and almost continuously

next session at Jacksonville, January I head while standing on the corner of 213,800 pounds. of hard candy 175,918' ever since Colonel Roosevelt( hats been .
"A First avenue North and Beach Drive, pound of chocolate and 329,280 packages the foremost exponent of the doctrine
13, 1920. I of national UlOUlwmmmCllmWIDmWJJJDmJIIDmJUIOOIJmmmmmmlllmCDlllmmmmlllm; ( ( ( ( () ] ()
That the deed was premeditated Is of cough drop, not to mention preparedness. In his. advocacy a F
e'' Complaints have-been made to the I proven by the fact that a letter in his 537,600 tins of Jams and 8.641,300 times of hm. creed he has been at | .' .
a severe critic of tho
pocket dated January 6 i, and addressed, pound of sugar. The chewing gum President i
State Federal Food Administrator of, and at other times in hearty accord. I. r
'. dealers raising their prices above all to the county coroner, instructed, that oonlgnments totaled .100,000 packages with him. Hid right-nbout-fuce found i i. BRADFORD COUNTY has some of the best farm
his body he buried without coffin and I -enough to load every slot machine ,
a him '
fixed and Instructions referring to
previously margins, one speech of thu'
have been issued to local inspectors -! as cheaply: as possible, and the remainder / in the United State. "' 1''eHid"nt, nil- .we"- un"nil"" ...... .,,.."._- I I lands in Florida. ,
to report all such dealers. i of the money be given to the other us n great State;; paper.,; ;: :
I' local chapter of the Red Cross. He LIFE SKETCH OF ROOSEVELTContinued ; President, Wilson' early appeal fora I I BRADFORD COUNTY, on account of its close prox-
I had one hundred and in univerul voluntary military train. :
fifty dollars a Jacksonville has unusual facilities for i
mity to marketing *
be almost
It is getting to as unprofitable local bank. Justice Carter decided the lag inspired, the denunciation; thn I I ,
to sell liquor in Jacksonvilleas ( From Page 2.) President's
letter was a legal will and thp instruc- message to Congress url/// / : its products.
drunk under the law. dug the
to get new tions / declaration of n state of
The police court puts on a fine of $2. O were carried out. After burial mints of the progressive machine being he praised enthuyinsticnlly. II i BRADFORD COUNTY is predestined to become
were taken the Red, a
expenses out Cross determined
to him
for selling red-eye and then the circuit name again and I The final harmony of the two men. I
court gets a whack at the offender.A received a little over one hundred, dolI the republican leaders being opposed. was encouraged" ) by a brief. meeting at I I prosperous live stock center, with an abundance of
lars. The Colonel the of the land,l
I saw lay the White House. The! Colonel! had
permanent memorial to the boysof nnd announced that the Republican missed the !President once, on bin return corn, peanuts and forage crops.
One of the saddest Convention was in danger' of being from
funerals in the n devil-fishing trip in Flor
Pensacola, who served in the world
history of Orange dominated by the German-American ida, but a week later he was
\ county occurred at successful. /
war, by the erection of a great comnii"it' Pine Castle recently. Father, mother Alliance Later, when a delegate offered He told Mr. Wilson that he was BUT
ir''tr n 1-tii'dirg I hint l by popular to make a him in the heartily in favor of the selective draft f.I f.
jubacriplion, is a plan which is being and a two-year-old baby were all buried convention, he repeated his warning: and compulsory service mensureH, und,) j" I
I! at once, alvitims\ of the flu. I II I
considered by leading Pensacol- and stated that there must be no compromise urged acceptance of his offer to rnlso before we can make interested investors see these
{ double grave was dug for the father ; the issue was clean cut between division for
ians. u service in France. ,
| and mother, and beside a wee grave I I the President, who had failed, i.. This offer of the Colonel to raise und, .r: possibilities we will be compelledTo
for the child. like he said nnd his whoever he !
I Nothing it has been opponent, equip u division without expense to
Outbreaks of influenza chil-
among seen perhaps in the history of the might: be. I the government had been made at the :1 Have Hard Surfaced Roads
dren of the primary schools, 125 of
!state. The three died within a few I The two conventions met. Apathy height\ of the :Mexican troubles amt
whom are reported to be ill with the hours of each other, the father first, marked the proceedings of the repub} wns renewed, when the United States ,, connecting our towns and adjoining a highway to
disease, caused Escambia county officials j i Wednesday night at 7 o'clock, the licans. The progressives were riotous became embroiled in the world conflict.In .
of the county school board toi'''mother at 9 o'clotk and the child l at .and their loaders had difficulty in enforcing administration circles it wax denounced L Land Jacksonville.
consider closing of the schools at the noon the following day. The father's ,: delay upon delegates who wanted as impractical und political
last meeting of the board. I Walter to nominate Theodore, Rooseveltthe nothing ever came of it, althoughthe Money invested in public highway improvementswill
name was Tanner, who lived ,
first and let the Senate and the House went .
I' day
on rec.oral
republicans! ,
0 I
The state supreme court has refusedto | in Pine Castle, but was at work at take him or leave him. Conference as endorsing it. produce a phenominal increase in farm land val

the for rehearing in Lakeland, and it was there the triple I committees were appointed and) the !Mr. Roosevelt was known umong his ( uations.
grant petition
', tragedy occurred. :Mother and child conventions marked time while they friends an a man of singunrly pure
the case of John Y. Branch of Tampa, were telegraphed for when the father tried to solve the problem. Finally it personal life, devoted to his home and
and removed the last bar between the I| became ill, Within twenty-four hours was seen that no agreement could he >Ito I his wife nnd family. He married NOW '

former tax collector of Hillsborough they, too, were ill. reached and the republicans began to|I I first, in 18H.I: Alice Lee of Boston '
county and the commencing of serving I t| __ hnllot for the nomination. Two votes who died, in 1HH1' \leaving one child,

a term of five years, imposed for em-I i. An automobile owned by \V. E. Edwards were taken without a choice. Then the I' Alice Lee Roosevelt HP mllrriplujl'lin, Other Florida counties have been awake to their possibilities
bezzlement of funds of the county and' and occupied by his wife, two progressives nominated their leader In 1 ISHti.I; Edith Kermit Carew. The i

state. I.| children and himself went off the Bullfrog and adjourned, while he was suggesting i!|: children of that marriage: are Theodore and have bonded for good roads
Senator Jr. and
Henry Cabot Lodge as a Kermit Ethel Quentin

Brit Pringle, Jr., a farmer residingnear road, Creek 18 miles bridge from: on Tampa the Riverview about 2 compromise Then Mr. Ifughett nominee.Wan Nominated I, Archibald Though Bulloth.denied) the privilege of Are You Going to Let Bradford Be a

White House, who was arerstedin o'clock Sunday morning and came near fighting personally for the flag in the Slacker ? B
connection with the death of J. I D. causing loss of life. The auto turned for All Colonel the enthusiasm! ..t Chicago' was '" great war, Colonel Roosevelt made County

Dillon, was exonerated of criminal completely over pinning: the family Roosevelt: but Justice good, the promise that all his eons
blame by the coroner's jury. It was under the top in four feet of water, ballot Hughes. immediately was nominate resigned. on the from third the would take an active part in that ser Are You Going To Stay In The Rut? J

thought at first that Dillon's neck was the father having to pull his children Supreme Court and vice. Hm eldest son Theodore, Jr. l
began hill arrangements I now a lieutenant (colonel still is In and "getjalong"] [ about the same way we did before
broken by a blow from Pringle's fist, nut through the door. :Mr. Edwards. for the (campaign. The

, but physicians testified that death was after working: late Saturday night decided Colonel sent a telegram to the progressive He Europe; was with cited the for army gallantry of C'untig-' the Civil War?

I due to heart failure. to spend Sunday in Palmetto committee, in which he declined ny. has been gassed! and also wounded i .1
with friends and left about 1 o'clock to accept the nomination of his
Archibald, who won his rmtk/ of OR
Percy S. Hayes editor of the Pen Sunday morning He knew nothing followers that he"at this time" and announced I thin and the Croix de Guerre for ex-I,|

sacola News, was arrested Saturdayon about the bridge being repaired and Hughes had would wait until :Mr. i traonlmary gallantry in action last''

a charge of criminal libel, the in- claims there was no light, log or anything :2fi. he declared stated his support his view for On the June-' February will Invalided home severely :( ARE we going to put BRADFORD COUN-
republican t
dictnAnt against him being filed by : to indicate repairs were being nominee. wounded null hat been undergoing. ;

\f County Solicitor :Mackey in the lat- made. Several planks had apparently He contended that the Wilson i|hospital treatment since for a partly TY on the MAP? {
administration '
ter's behalf. The arrest was the been thrown paralyzed) arm.
own out of place by a large! I
had )been
guilty of shortcomings Kermit attained to the rank of
result of publications appearing in the truck and when they gave: way the more signal than those cap I
of any tain of field artillery in the British ,
News recently criticising Mackey' Edwards car slid off into the creek. administration since Buchanan's, and army, fought in :Mesopotamia, and'' Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.

acts as county solicitor. i i'The auto is still in the crf'ek11': Ed- that in his judgment the nominationof won the British :Military Cross for I r
wards expects to take some action :Mr Hughes: met the conditions imposed gallantry in action. After America f
An aged Detroit man is alleged to against the county unless the commissioners by progressives and himself. He had entered the war he obtained his
I (1 SAO@O: :OR@@ :! C mt!IIIDCDI1( tC ID@@Q07@@tp iD@0)tpi4 C auammJ)4JCDmmQI : : !
have been swindled out of $ .OOO at make good, his damage. !urged his followers to go: with him trnnnfer to the United States National| _
I' back into the republican party. Only Army with the same rank of captain. -

In that way, he said could they repud Quentin, who became a lieutenantin I nation have been accepted into the last municipal campaign and made

T. J. ALDERMAN HAS NARROW: he was also dragged some distance in late the Wilson policy of vacillation the American Air Force, was killed language. One of his radical' measures! ,several speeches for Mayor Mitchell's r

ESCAPE FROM I DEATH I When the horror-stricken spectators man-American dealing with the professional G..r- in aerial combat nearly a year ago to win the war wan tho suggestion/ re-election. lie lamented the defeatof
element. The President over the village: of C'haminis, near 1 I '
had that no newspaper be published in Mayor, but was consoled by the /
his side been
rushed to to their tried and
Gainesville, Jan. 19T. J. Alderman surprise he Insl te.I. found wanting which his body was buried. (;erman. He hall made many upccchen victory of suffrage.: When the fight
they found that, although his head Major Richard Derby who married. on preparedness, preached the meritsof for the national prohibition amendment i
a white man, who was flagmanon From that time he :Miss Ethel: Roosevelt is officer of '
on became
was cut in a few places and he had more the Liberty Loans and faced no audi was on he took an unqualifiedstand
the Cedar Key freight train, at- and more a factor in the campaign) of the :Medical Corps and remain in service tempted to assist in making a running severe body bruises on him, yet no the republican manager He dined' in Europe with the American those assembled to hear in states rep' In October he left New York for a
bones were broken, and no really serious alone with Mr. Hutches: and promised army. resented by notorious pacifist. Of brief Stay on a health farm In Con
switch. In doing the act of uncouplingthe thing had happened. :Mr. Alder- his enthusiastic co-operation, and later Pacifists His Pet Aversion Senator La Follette he said that this necticut. It was in an interview there

flat car desired to be twitched in man was able to go to his home at greeted the letter's speech of acceptance Pacifist have been the Colonel's pet pacifist should be sent as a present to that he revealed the fact that he had

on the siding, he slipped and fell under Lake Butler Saturday morning unac with the statement that it aversion. He has accused) various organizations the Kaiser from the United States, been blind in one eye since he was
It.The. companied. It was truly a case of left nothing unsaid regarding the of furthering the German whore ho would find his proper place President a blow In a boxing* match
over him and "flirting with death. President who had, In his Judgment, propaganda in this country, yul Home in the Reichstag with an artillery captain having bro-
entire car passed reduced the nation to the lowest point of the phrases coined to cover the alt ,1. Colonel Roosevelt was active In the ken a blood vessel.1pa .


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: Bradford County :Monday night with M. L. McKinney, I had Joined the secret service< because llt"for work. :-' :tie, I was not only restored :to health,
_____ Telegraph leaving for Jacksonville Tuesday to attend abruptly the whim prejudice or OMAHA MAN "An engineer friend of mine told mo but I had actually gained' ten pounds

----.---.-----.---- -----." "-------.-...---. the Masonic Grand Lodge. perversity of Anson Mctielgh load how this Tanlac had helped him and I besides, and now I'm heavier than I
Published Weekly, and entered a. see- Several ladies spent the day at the thrown me squarely upon my own re- advised me to try it, and I did. The ever was when my trouble first begun.
and clans matter at the poet-omce at club room sewing for the Red Cross sources. Briefly, I hud fallen In love SAYS IT WAS A first few doses made a big differencein Tanlac certainly Is wonderful and it
society and many garments were com- with Edna Warren, "only a stenogra
starke Florida. my feelings, and it soon began to was a lucky day for me when I foundit.
pleted. pher." Uncle Anwon referred to the prove to be just what I needed. My ."
_ _. _
=-= h'b" h" John Langford and wife have moved fact Just once. "Drop the girl or me.! Starke C.
1 LUCKY DAY HEDISCOVERED appetite soon came back and I could Tanlac is sold in by P.
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner. from their farm to town and lire located "I shall marry Miss Warren some eat anything set before me and en- Cason, and by one druggist in every
I. C. ROBINSON AiMociate Editor. : in the cottage! recently vacatedby day," I told him firmly. As firmly be Joy it. When I finished the third bot- town in Bradford county.-Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldrup. ordered me never to darken his door-
Vernon Edwards and daughter were way again. IT

919 JANUARY !21 9i52J visitors to town Tuesday. I fancy Uncle Anson did not miss
J. J. Jones, of Micanopy, Is visitinghis me much. The great foundry plant be -
1 rva 1 wan [ mu | .R.i .At brother, Joe Jones, this week. owned had been turned to an Immense I
Martin Rimes was a caller in Lake profit In making munitions, and be UNION PACIFIC FIREMAN DECLARES /
Buticr Tuesday.Ben was a hide-bound money-grabber. It
10A Dukes and wife, of Five Mile, was new business to me, and at the TANLAC RESTORED -

6 7 8 were visitors to town Tuesday. 1 start the pay; was that of a novice.Aa HIS HEALTHWORK'SEASY The
Mrs. Hall of Jacksonville is
t Hugh however, I was /graduated Into
13141516 1718 visiting her mother, Mrs. Waldrup. more Important work than running FOR HIM NOW, HE
I Willie May Johnston entertained a down mall complaints, I became Interested -
number of her friends at her home In my task. For over a month .1 SAYS.
19 20212223 24 2S Saturday afternoon, from three to five I t bad been attending secret meetings -
o'clock, the occasion being a celebra- of certain clubs where It was suspected -
"Nothing but a real medicine could
26 2728 293031 T tion of her birthday. Many nice presents the sympathies of the crowd were do what Tiinlac has done for me, andthat's Swift Dollarfor1QiB

____ u_ _.. __ were received, und interestinggames with enemies to the country. why I'm glad to tell others
1 I played: after which ice cream T.wo shops had mysteriously gone up about! it," said Ira W. Polsley, 2033
LAKE BUTLER and cake were served. Those presentwere In flame, some barges blown up and Kim street, Omaha, Nebraska, recently.
Blanche Alderman, Edith Croft, three large steel plants. There seemed Mr. Polsley is fireman for the
Lake Butler, Jan. 21.-Sarn Vamps,, Margaret Townsend, Connie Padgett, to be some system to these doings of Union Pacific and is well known in
of Johnstown was a visitor to town Genevieve Rivers, Hattie, llcndrix, Viola the vandal It was decided! Unit Home railroad circles.
Saturday. Townsend Dona Padgett Henri- twenty: different "groups": In us many "I've always been strong and well,"
Colonel Vnrncs, of Evergreen, visited t-ttn Padgett, Jessie Mae Colson, Ilel locutions should l be placed under strict he continued, "until about six monthsago
en llendrix, P'rhethVi1li11mll, Howard surveillance. I knew something about
Lake Butler Saturday. when I begun to feel my system
Mann, Ida and Irene Stuart. Group 31. Their lender was a man
getting of fix and health slipping
Rev. L. L. Rawls returned from out my -
The Woman's Club met in regular/ named llrosul. He had been an expert from "
me. My appetite got
Tampa Saturday where he spent away
pleasant week with relatives and session, :Mrs. Percy Padgett' presiding.Mrsl blunt furnace worker and \\as nota poor and what little I ate didn't give
: Seeber King's resignation as citizen, nnd for over a year Imd
nourishment liver
friends and attending the State Baptist nm my was sluggish
president of the club was offered nnd spent roost of his time In saloons frequented -
and I had ambition.
Convention which in sessionat no energy or
accepted) and Miss !Marshall Proctor by a low-down foreign ele- and when
I hundred
that time.C. weighed one forty
was elected to fill the vacancy. Mrs. ment. Opening my Instructions, I started \\11r w
my trouble but it wasn't longbefore
C. K. Rivers and Mildred Roberts ]Howard Stanton there
was elected second found a number and knew that I had lost several pounds and :.
motored over to Worthington to visit vice president.: There being no further was some record of him I was to con down hill and .
going more
Mrs. Rivers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. business the for was .
meeting was open the suIt at the Identification bureau.An tired and wornout all the time. I don't '
II. Rimes, Sunday afternoon. social hour. The club "The Su- of that
song, odd character had charge whatever
know what did ail but
f just me, -
!Mrs. Charlie Savage and children wannee River" was sung by those department, an old man named Dur- it was it made me miserable and 'o/
visited Mr. Savage at Alachua Saturday present. Miss Elvie Fowler gave a ken. lie was absorbed In his work

I and Sunday. reading which was highly enjoyed by from morning until night, and was It was well that T.roRU1'IIS smaller : {:}
Jay Alderman is visiting his parents all. A flower contest was next on the famed as one of the best-posted men than I. lIe made n desperate resistance : \ ) "] f'f! INrt"I"lr.oa
Mr. and Mrs. G. W.. Alderman, program, after which delicious colfee In his line. As I gave him my Instruc- ,. discerned that I would finally YLfli EI1 .; .
this week. and sandwiches were served. tion number, his hand moved as If mechanically overpower him In the melee, kicked 0
? Mrs. II. N. Stanton is convalescingto Mrs. Dr. King is on the sick list! In the direction of one box shut the Iron door, seized the key, ,
the delight) of her many friends. this week. among the thousands In a cabinet covering threw It out through the window, and,
Mrs. W. M. Overstreet visited her 1). W. forum and pretty little daughter one whole side of the room. He us I bound him hand ami foot, viewed o
parents Mr. and !Mrs. G. W. S. Ware, )Frances, visited relatives in Macon drew out a picture and handed, It tome me savagely, but with a sort of specIous .I) C! of
of Worthington. / Ga., Friday, Saturday and Sunday On Its back was written In Ink triumph.I J. ; /rJ
Mr. Minchew is suffering with an returning home Sunday night the criminal record of the man-bur- saw then I would find It absolutely Expenses 0
attack of influenza this week. glary, arson, mllnslau htpr."hen Impossible to get out of that room unaided tuber F1 'iQht l Sto f}) "
Mrs. Muttie Markey has returned EVERGREEN': : "\\ yon nail Brosul." observedold for the Iron door was set solid llcrJ'oo1
to her home, after a pleasant stay with Purkeii, "If you nail him, see to It and tie counted on my being unable to .. 1i .
friends in Jacksonville.W. Evergreen, Jan. 21.J N. Starling Unit I have a chance to Interview htm. escape until some of his expected confreres Q .?
M. Overstrect made a businesscall attended church at Highland' Satur- "They nay redhot pincers cannot Influence nrrlved. Thnt might be at any ) 'S
to Pulatkn this week day.J.. him to speak one Incriminating moment. In going about the room I .
Faydell Stevens visited her grandmother . F. Grime and sisters, Ella and word," I said discovered a written sheet holding four :)
in Alachua Saturday and Sun- !Myrtle, were pleasant visitors to the "I'll make him speak. Once," nnd addresses. They were the warehouse <:> .0 r
/ day.Mr. home of Mr. and :Mrs B. Wilkinson, of a retrospective look came Into Pur- next door and three plants making mu .
Oubone and wife were visitorsto Highland Sunday. ken's eyes. "I wall traveling mountebank nitions. These were evidently doomed ;J-r'vWy
town Saturday. Messrs. Arthur Rigdon and Lavy you wise fellows would call It. structures. I saw the Importance of .." '-
W. T. Wolverton and wife, of Lin. Norman were visitors at the J. :M. Not so. I made n specialty of hypnotism getting this information and my man
den, Mich., were guests of Mr. and l Rosier home Sunday. when public exhibitions of such to headquarters speedily. I
Mrs. Frank Bennett this week. Messrs. Chalker Pringle Andrew were new. Very well), then Of all subjects Finally an Idea of calling aid struck .'
lIon. A. Z, Adkins, of Starke) visit- Cone and Jim Padgett were visitorsat I hired, the one most Impressible me. Just outside the little window &ibu'J
The : d.
above diagram lV\Ao\ : ib :
ed his mother and brother Sunday. the Rosier home Sunday afternoon.Mrs. was this Rrosul. If It comes to what was a giant electrfc feed cable. I I :'

a' Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bennett were Rossie Reddish spent Tuesday he might tell, land him here, will reached ont with the keen-edged hatchet tlonof the t, v,':'; CVJiffi.:7k:: received
guests of the former's parents, Mr.' night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. you?' and gave It a mighty cut. It sputtered i

and Mrs. Frank Bennett, Sunday. W. Griffis. "Yes, If I can ever find enough shocked me but half parted. from sales! of beef pork ajd, mutton,
Charlie Wainright was the guest of I :Mrs. W. W. Forsyth returned to her against him to warrant an arrest. I Within fifteen minutes, as I calculated -
A. Proctor, Monday. home at Elarbee Sunday, after spending agreed. "So far he has been the a repair crew located the break. and their by-products, during 1918.
Max Wilson visited his mother, Mrs.B. n few days with relatives in this slickest of .the crowd. One of them was suspended from the
P. Wilson, Monday. section.B. I made up for a typical representation roof
d Harney Varnes, of Johnstown, at. Wilkinson and son, A. J., of Highland of the down-and-out man and ate "Call the police. Reach this room i
tended church in town Sunday. passed through our burg Tues free lunch In the saloons which Brosul at once," I ordered. I
Mrs. Jenny Dupree is ill at this day.A.. and his cohorts favored as meeting : Did you cut that cable?" demanded 1919! Year Book of Interesting and
writing. R. Starling, of Elarbee, has been places.!' Trailing him to his possible tbe repairer. instructive facts bent on request.
Mrs. Roscoe Johns attempted to attending to business in this section den of refuge, I was completely; baf .Wes."
commit suicide at her home in West for the past few days. fled. Brosul made turns and windings "Pretty risky business, fooling with Address Swift & Company
1 i Butler Saturday morning. She is im :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grins were and false leads that threw me completely the public service," be growled. Union Stock Yaids, Chicago, Illinois
proving at this time and will recover shopping in Starke Wednesday. off the trail ; but the fourth "Worse for you If you don't act as
shortly Messrs. E. T. and W. B. Redding night I landed him, and the next af- I tell you for the government service.
I R. M. Crump, the pump inspector were visiting their grandparents, Mr. ternoon I prepared to find out why he In aa hour my prisoner was at head
for the A. C. L. railroad, made a business and Mrs. Wilkinson, Sunday. had chosen a top room In nn old half- quarters lIe never spoke or winced
i trip to Lake Duller Saturday. Remember, church here Saturday occupied factory building as his place I until confronted by Durken. Swift & Company U.S.A.
Dr. A. S. York, of St. Petersburg, and! Sunday. Everybody cordially Invited of shelter.I "Well, Brosul, shall we try some of: ,
visited his sister, Mrs. J. E. Maines, to attend. had managed!!: to find a hiding place the old hypnotic Bluff" queried Dnr-
''i L t Sunday. --.- -- under n dark stairway covert and k(a.
Rev Carlisle attended: church in our :NOTICEDr. planted myself there. At one end of The man paled He was a desperate
I. town Sunday. a side corridor was a sink. Brosul man but true blue to* his group.
Tate Powell, of Virginia, is visiting A. P. Montague will preach next came out to get some water In a tin I noticed him fumble In his coat and
'f his family this week. Sunday night at the First Baptist pnl.L!!!! A" ho Mas out of vje.w for the then quickly pass! bin hand across his
,1 (' s Misses Jane Bielling, of Johnstown, church. Those who have heard him space of half n minute I glided; ,Cto the month. The Incident had no significance -
and Ruby Ilielling! : of Blair', visited need no second invitation. Welcometo I half-open door of his room. The one to me at the time, but we soon
t Mr. und !Mrs. Charlie Roberts Friday all. : I entered, was where he ate nnd slept. knew that to evade giving away his
I and Sunday. Bible school at 10:13: Kflstern time. Beyond It, guarded by n heavy steel secrets he bad, taken nn Instantaneously
II Dewey !Dukes, of Five Mile, was a door just now ajar was a small den fntnl dose of poison.
visitor to town !Monday.Olin YOUNGEST)( : ; :; !SOX: OF KING: of n place, with no ventilation exceptu "All ready, ?" spoke Purkea, making
Hale, of Little Springs, was! in GEORGE: : CLAIMED: BY DEATH sllal12\ by 12 window from which a pass at Brosul, and then paused. '
town Monday. the sash ",inlxxlng.. There was some "JJ..'s boat us!1" I r. .
t Mrs.' D. I"'. Floyd, daughter and London, Jan. 1!).-Princp John the soft coal a hatchet and some kindling- He had.! The man sat facing us with
t granddaughter, visited the former's youngest son of King George, died at wood In n corner. staring eyes was stone dead, the engulfing -
parents, Mr. and Mrs Jim Mann, of Sundringham last night. He had been The room partook of the construction shadow of u defiant smile on When You Come to Jacksonville
Lulu. ill for some time. of n vault. In n measure I believed his face. I
Arch Proctor attended the Masonic --5-- that upon his person or secreted One of the four places to be blownup ;.

Grand Lodge' in Jacksonville this week. .,O--: :>'":J', N.>z.'.>;XiI:\.;.. )ZJJ In his den this man had documents was my uncle's munition plant. j
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Will Andrews and wife have movedto I:! plans some evidence that would Incriminate We arrested the others In time to prevent SEE Most Interesting
l High Springs this week. I ;:: ,. him and his fellow plotters, the plot. My uncle learned of my ,
t :Mr. and! :Mrs. Hayes arc moving to &:: tt i und be of value and assistance to the share In the case, and there was a rec Store In Florida
; ..w-if.i/r..f..r7\u'7.irs *-
Starke this wec>k. Group 31 ;.:: government. I dodged behind a curtain onciliation.Tdiin .
:Marcus Deklc spent the week-end at 1, :it: that screened a cot where lirosul my fiancee became my wife, 45.49 W. Bay St. Thru the block to 46 W. Forsyth i
I 1 his home at Five !Mile. I ,:? evidently slept. From there I watched and the restored Indulgence of my
Miss Mozellc Varnes, of Johnstown 0 uncle enabled tu to begin married life 1
..,i visited her grandparents, Rev and ..,: 1,:: him.Brosul did some puzzling and Interesting with both Income and n home of our Everything in Books ,
Mrs. S. S. Proctor, Friday and Satur 3 lie from table own.
., : things. picked a
., Ii' : : Fiction Books on Agriculture and other pursuits by reliable
day. ., ,:{:t u tiny bow made of thin whalebone and .
-, Artie Ware, of Unndilln, Ga., visited I\.. strung with a strand of fine wire. I Making Tapestry Brunei authors, Toy Books, Reference Travel etc.
his sister, :Mrs' W. :M. Overstreet, on ,;, :1 saw him put hlmselfln range of the Tapestry Krussels carpet Is a poor
( Sunday. t i little window. lie lifted out Its sash. Imitation of the real Brussels. :Many;
,. Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular By Josephine Eleanor Aodenoo' i About fifteen feet across a narrow colors! are used In It. The design Is Commercial and Fancy StationeryFine
appointment at the State Farm Sun. : court walk a high warehouse. One of' made first on squared paper, the
:.. I'.J the windows ou the ton floor was open 'I scheme of color In each pick of the made in
day.The . .. .. .. Wedding Society Engraving our own exclusive ,,'
many friends of Ervin Varnes, ..A lA.t.r w. ...w .'_. _IA-.,.._ for ventilation. Beyond It some bales pattern Is studied out, and the,succession
(Coprrlcbt.: 1(17 N.w.p.p.r tJ'DiOD.lGroup of It sent to the printer. The plant. Ask to samples. '
of Johnstown, are pleased to greet him I showed. Abruptly the truth flashed see
on our streets again and trust that he 31 was apportioned to me upon my mind. The building opposite, skeins! of yarn to be used for the loopson
I will soon be able to be at his work as my special charge/ and I saw the I recalled distinctly, was a storage the surface of the carpet are wound and Athletic GoodsA
again. other man In the office regard me as If house for government hospital sup oil a..large cylinder!' attached to wjjlcjj Toys
I The Sunday school at the Baptist I possessed a new sense of Importance, I plies. are troughs of roTor> wnTcTT come
church has been changed from the Interest, pity-I knew not which-aa BTOKUI fitted n headless piece of contact automatically with the yarn Toy Shop open the year round, Supplies for all your fa-

morning hour to three o'clock in then I was handed an envelope containing 1 metal to the bow. lie aimed It across and firlnt It according to the succession vorite sports and pastimes.
)t I afternoon of each Sunday for the next detailed Instructions. I I the court. It went through/ the' open of colors Indicated In tbe design.
quarter. You must know that the Juiictnrto ash. It was only a test. He picked The skeins! are taken from the cylinder -
f Little Ruth Feinberg is ill with the had arrived In the affairs of the /government -' up another! arrow. This one had a showIng crosswise streaks of varied THERMOS BOTTLES, A necessity in all seasons

measles at her home in West Butler.H. when excise, smuggling counterfeiting great mass of black sulphur attachedto color, and are carried to the steam Useful and safe
a chest! to have the dye set. When the everywhere :
I. Sprinkle has returned to Jacksonville ever were relegated/ to the tbe bend. I saw the scheme In
j., \ 1 after a few days stay with his rear for the time being./ Treason process. The second arrow striking carpet l Is woven the pattern Is complete PICTURES Picture Framing Artists Goods ;
I l. y family. seemed to snap la the air at every I the bales, would Ignite, and millions but bus a less distinct outline
,", 11 L T. H. Rimes of Worthington, mo. turn ; the public never knew 6Y the ', of dollars' worth of government stores than the fRt-Brn! cla.-. Practical GIFTS for all occasions
Cored to town Tuesday. I tons of seditious literature suppressed :, would be destroyed. '
"I Anguish Bielling and wife of Prov- ,I and destroyed, of the marked men I "Prop It !I" 1 ordered, but the arrow I' One's Neighbor's Burden. KODAKS, Photo Finishing of the better sort .

idence, visited Mrs. A. C. Stricklandlast : warned to get out, who got out. of the hud left the bow. However, my Interference If .a little fairy should< appear and I
't. Thursday; ." 'I I M4d a armaments and explosives had disturbed the delivery.\ make visible the load every mortal carries Mail} inquiries receive prompt attention
i 'f. ; Mr. Akins visited friends at Bur ,traced down, and of what secret work : The Inflammable arrowhead struck the some startling discoveries would
,Il" I.., netts Lake Sunday. I I wee really doing 'to undfrmlne the window sill, spluttered and fell to the I result and our "y ."rttMos and l charity
'' I, W. Pmholster, of Pine Hill, spent home. Integrity of the loyal ones. .1 I.1I court below.. _There' was! a struggle. broaden.:New Y. f I I
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Quarter of Southwest Quarter sec 17, the edifice was filled with relatives and of georgette, trimmed with plumes. greatly admired. ,.

Tp. 7, R. 21 E., containing in all 21 friends long before the appointedhour. I Their !flowers were arm bouquets of I II As the bride ascended the steps to

: acres, more or less. I Killnrney rose buds. and iisparagim/ change her wedding gown for her

Bits of LocalInformation L'fr January 23, 1919. The church was very lovely for this fern.As I traveling suit, she tossed her bouquet

J. A. McKINNEY: JR. brilliant occasion in a delightfully! :Miss, Gray, Mrs. Morrison has from the landing, and it was caughtby
l-24-5t. Guardian. blended motif of pink and green enjoyed a most enviable popularitywith I her maid of honor, MU Eva Futch.

1 II Graceful stalks of Southern bamboo all who know her, and has an individuality Gainesville Sun, Jan. 16th.

Notice' together: with handsome, potted ferns most distinctive. She is

Six months after date hereof I will and palms, formed a most artistic I beloved by many friends. who unite in -
c-_ 0.. r.t.. .81,..... ... I
r....... .. ... c;._... .... T. present my vouchers anti final accountto background.: The choir rail was entwined wishing her every happiness
the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner County with feathery fern and pink Pr. Morrison is a well-known pro- (

t Judge of Bradford County, Fla., and roses while the chancel railing was fesisonal man of this city, coming here
T _____, .J' ; ask for my final discharge as admin outlined with burning tapers, and covered several years ago from Atlanta, Ga.

Prof and Mrs. S. S. Dowling spent The Franklin Stock Company otherwise istratrix of the estate of J. E. Barton, with willowy bamboo. A double He has won many friends by his genial
in Jacksonville. I deceased. arch fashioned of plumosa, from the manners, his courtesy and his fine
Sunday known "Dick Mason's com '
as This 24th day of January 1919. I center of which fell a shower of Kil- qualities. When the United States declared HOLDING
pany, left Wednesday afternoon fora I
EVELINA BARTON, larney roses from a big !fluffy bow of war, Pr. Morrison enlisted in
Butter-nut bread and rolls three day stand at Dunnellon. From I
fresh ev l-24-6mo. Adminlstratix.I I pink tulle, completed an effective pie- the service, and was stationed at the INSURE WITHJ.
ery day at the Model Bakery.A there he will play several other towns, '
returning to Starke in a few weeks. I turp. The entire wedding party was. I University Army School, in this city,
( I Notice grouped before this arch in the chancel I with the rank of Lieutenant
daughter was born to Mr. and where they will put on a show for aweek R Davis & Co.
Six months after date hereof I will for the nuptial service. Single Immediately following tho weddinga .
Mrs. R. D. last before going out for their next I
George Friday.
present my vouchers and final account arches of !green from which sprungin lovely reception was given nt the
season. to the lion. Geo. A. Gardiner, County ( garden-like effect) more Killarney I bride's home by her parents, Mr. and STARKE, FLORIDA

Rawson tJav'3 spent -several days of I I Judge of Bradford County, Fla., and rosebuds, and streamers of pink satin I :Mrs.! Gray, and following the congratulations -

this week in Starke vth: relatives. I Every day is bargain day at ask for my final discharge as admin- ribbon, marked.the pews for the family of the assembled friends, the

1 i Stump's. istrator of the estate of Roderick Baker and specially invited guests. I bride! changed her II'OWIfor a smart ....* + + + + + + + + + + + + + + . I
Oscar Andreu and family are occupying -I deceased. Mrs. J. C. Adkins presided over the tailored suit of taupe velour with seal + LEGAL NOTICF:1: 1NOTICE

the Boree house on Cherry COt ur.k l' is hsriHgtatn"; ? i"i recurrence This 24th day of January, 1919.J. organ and discoursed beautiful music, :' collar und ('uff Her hat was of velour + + A + + e. + + + + + + y + + +
street. of the influenza epidemic that H. RITCH, rendering the following numbers us harmonizing: in color, with ostrich
visited the town before the holidays. 1246mo. Atonistrntor.fLA tho guests assembled. IIumoroHque" trimming. I thv ptiwi-r v.....-" In Thom tiy I I hiSrlicw>l
i r. h nllllln'.. Melody: of Love, Il.irrnrolli1 The .. -toun w.Ii.lngUl'"t" I.HUH nf the Stnt of Klorliln. the guard of
There number of about
Miss Eflie Ritch of Station are n
Sapp ,, cases fall{ ,, f '
nrnilr.ini C iimhirtliv
was a recent visitor at the home of town but most of them seem to be S S I FIE ( OlTi'il'-nch ), and ;Miserr-re. fromII \\ crl'II'\ Thud :Morrison, of Atlanta ; nnli-ra. nn i-li-clinn, to Inlulil. 1 In Hpcolnl<> I l Si-hnol
her uncle, N. T. Hitch. sneering from a mild form of the dis! DINK I Trovatoiv. T''fJ.. '\". Chapman :Mr. nnd :Mrs. ,1. E:. Wilson and Co!. Tux IllKlrlrt N... I I. Then-Mil im 1 Sntimlnr,
and : A. Z. H-hruiirv Hill., "Iui'c. ho i>i.ri inns cif I-IU-IIIIK|
ease. The attendance at the High ADVERTISING ,sang:, "Thou Art Lovely as a Flower" Mrs. Adkinx and little thiiiirtiHttiN! /'i d:li-ti-rmlm> the: amount
II. I.. Stevenson has returned home School had fallen ofT so heavily that ( Liszt), mid Mm.: Frederick. Corn runesweetly ,Iluilht'r.111 of Starko. ; and Mr. and of rn Ring,' to lii ".........1.
Jlral: Fur tinpiinmiu- of holding. th. said doe.Him .
Fred Cochrano of Palatka.
Walter C. Chamber's
after the with hit the school closed - -- sang .
\ t-pi-mlin holidays was \ Thursday morning thv fiillnwlritr MiiimwrH Ito.. horn up*
parents in Pittsburg, 1'u, for the remainder of the week. ( : TENT CASH A WOHI IN ----I "Pi-rfei't( hove" write entrance of the Pr. Morrison and 1 bride left later In .iminti-il : M. / Sulllvnii. (I i. M. H.-nm-tt and
AHvrrlUrmrnu ... bridal. party \vns. announced with Lohengrin's the evening for n wedding trip to l II. W. M Min>.

:Mrs Clarence Tison, of Jackson New line of shoes for ladies must far on.h. lnn paid<*rton In'..d. No far idvrrtlnMnrnt I... than 25 : Bridal. ("hllru.'hi. <'11 rangsweetly points in the North. Clmlrlnnn' .Public T. n.1 limit-union 1-iNiiot.STnn.llrmlfon: !
ville, spent the week-end with her par c nU. For Inilnncr : A 10-word .ilv.rtU.m.nt I and joyonnly I from the large ( '''III'Y. Klctrhln.Attmiti
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moitt. just arrived at Stump's.NKWS one In.rrtlnn will b.. 29, If for moo urgnn. Schuiniinn's Traumeroj was Wedding Reception Pi-liKlitful Social I':. II I'OITKLL.
!. than .nn. Insertion will rhnrgtd for at trent softly played during the ceremony. Event: ('0. Kiii| .rinli-niU-nt mill S: "-c'y. 1-40-5C.
word. Nothing
i Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, The two /1": >I'm"mpnII'! Clarence As n fitting climax to the number .

J Billy, of Jacksonville, recently visited FARM FOR SAI.K Thomas of this. city, and Pr. Thad of delightful social functions given in SII rlf'l':

her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wills. ;Morrison, of Atlanta, Ga., brother of this city since the recent announcement III ('..un.y .T".I".'. Court Ini.lfor.l Counl,.
The State is much im Klnriilit.
Farm now FOR SALE:-.50 head !goats, $2 per I the bridegroom, who had previously of t the engagement and! approaching IN UK: ESTATE: OF
25 cent Floor Matting 17 pro\'eclund'r the management Capt head.) Perry Newsom, Starke, Fla. ,served as ushers' descended by opposite marriage of Miss Ottio J. M. Final ..-....... .
J. S. Ulitch. His motto is "Co-opera- : M. .1. FUTril. AilmlulKtmlor, of the
1-24-2t. aisles followed by the bridesmaids. Gray and Pr. Donald Morrison, camo l<:.tnlo' of J. I> -iuit'il,
1-2 cents yard at Stump's tion," and all is running along smoothly. I M. Futch i>
per Miss. Emma: Darby, of Starko, tho beautiful reception, following the IVtlliuni-r.

Saturday and Monday. FOR SALE: Three mules double and Miss. Hessip Bolibitt. Next came wedding Wednemlay evening at tho VSKUirrnrr
Such nml J. P. Full h hHmof t
"Ten Nights in a Barroom" was well harness and plows, hay and the mall, of honor !Miss. Eva: Futrh, homo of the bride's parents, Mr. nndMrs. 1. M Kulrh.: 'I>.TI-II.,-,|: and:: nil Illh-
Ileenan Williams, one of Starke's "rendered l Ity local talent last Saturday wagon J. Starko l-2l-2t I down the left aisle, and the matron of : It. L. Gray on East'.luin: street, ilIVrnotm Intim-Mti-it' In thn KMtilttnf
I corn. C. Popped, unlit J. M. Flitch. Ik-.....,' ..
progressive farmers, has shipped sev- night honor, :Mrs. E. Finley Cannon, down north.The t I..r..ndlln.

eral quarts of strawberries every day. The State Board met Monday and FOR SALE:-One Ford roadster in the tlu- right. The handsome little ring- lovely house was very attractively CITATION'
transacted considerable business.All best of condition. Can bo boughtcheap. l-earer" S. T. Poll, Jr., dressed in n decorated with large potted : 'W.J M KHTril." DKCK\SKI: ; : >, w
:Mrs Perry E. Johns, of Hampton, branches of business is now carried ( See Sam Rosenberg, Stnrke, white satin suit, und currying wedding ferns" and palms native bamboo used ANn All lirilKII: I-KHSON1" : 1 IN 1'Ek-
returned home Sunday after n visit on and b'ingwl'll done. 1 Fin. 1-17-tf. : ring in a satin )box, from which in I I profusion, and pink roses in charming 1 M KMTFP: H'TCII.IN TillI'STATK liKCKASKIl.: : : : liltKKTINII: OK: HM II:> 1.

'jO with her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs A. E. J. J. Mendenhnll has charge of the fell shower of valley lilies' made" )hNapppiirance arrangement with plumoHii. TAKK: NO"I'KM.: that N..I ,',",..h. .. n.lrnln.l .
:\Ioltt.JI 8.-\ I.F-N.: C. seed by, the flower The finis l lrliluiof Hi. ff J. M. Kulch. ili ilirnm. I I.
" colored women' when at work. FOR variety pear followed little ring-bearer. :Master Sam :hint: Ill I:: tiny III1', 1"! :in the; iilmv i-nlitliMt: ;rntinft
Dr. P.litch was. a welcome visitor! nuts, fi cents; White Spanish, 7 girlslean' Erwin, of this. city, nml! T. tell, Jr., opened the door at the I cud) marl H ,pi-titlnn. tin- ohji-rt of which (ala \

Swell line of Men's Dress over Sunday, cents f. o. b. Cash. I"1.. White & I (furl Adkins' of Shu'kc. The I small: !! front, entrance for the guests, and just .,-".,...11(Jtmrti-r.lhi>. Ni-i-thwciit and Ihip IJimrti-r Hiiulhi-MHt' of 4".r.Hi* Niirth-. -r of ,

Shirts at whoesale! prices at 82 fat hogs wrre killed, one day last Son Lake Park. la.. 1-21-U. tots, both beautiful ,rhildrefi, wore fai- inside the reception hall stood the two I Niirtluwt. 4".f. Hi-rtlim :U. In TiiwnHhlii -
week and several hundred more are i-y lik- in. their dainty; frocks of nccordiim adorable little flower girls, Jean I0r-; I I. 1 1. 1 1C. Jl. .:".t. roiilAlninic, HO" ncn.
; ; I.-... limn drip 50) fort wMi nrrntin ..
Stump's.Mrs. awaiting their turn at the butchers' FOR SALE-A garage. completelyequipped I pleated white organdie! over win and hazel Adkins, of Starke. iiionor- Kiwi: Klili"f tinHiiilhiiiHt' tan.'.... In llmriHinly
hll nd. The stock of cattle is large and l for all kindi of automobile pink satin: with butterfly bows of pink :Mrs. Kninkie Shannon Pell extended nr .Itniilfiii-il.. Stntv of Fiends .tu payilililii ,'
of Atlanta and repair work. Sam Rosenberg, .1)111-) toy I Iho until .1. M I-IHch.,. II.<-..IM|.
Otis .
Barge ,
milk is abundant, for nil the prisoners. 117tf. 1 meline. They curried French' ivory to nil a most cordial greeting" and Hiilil, "1'iopcrtv, Imvlnic. lii-i-n ownril hy him In
Mrs. Clyde Alvarez, of Jacksonville! Mjrley Luck is bookkeeper for the Starke. baskets with long handles tied wit hflul1'y invited. them into the living room, hi. hfilinn-, end) thi-ra not Imlnir nulTlrlt-nt
t are visiting their mother, :\11'11.1.: L. tulle, and filled with pink rosepetals where irnt.mnl. 1"0"| -'" tu pay Hlllil\ .b-'ble.' It InIliirifori
institution. t receivedby
FOR SALE-Six room bungalow on 1 hl'yV'rl' informally I -, Onli'itthiit! th. tUfniliintji.. end )
Johns. There are but few cases in the hospital W. Call street. Reasonable. price I IMrs. which they gracefully, in their :11 11'. und Mrs. Fray and Pr. and nil iitln-r .pn..oiiH Inti-n-nlt-il. . In tlm VNtHtiof
nlil J. M Ktitrh II>II>IMI-I. |. appear to lh |>i tl-
" and the health in genera'! is cunning way, scattert-il in the pathway Mrs. :Morrison. The couple were
now I D. P. Mitchell, Starke., 1-17-tf | young lion flli-il. hi-rt-ln on or livfor the 8nl tiny. of
:Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and littlenlaughter. good.A .. of the bride. showered with congratulations and Mnn-h. A. II. lulu, sad dhow new. If Any
Hazel, went down to Gainesvillelast hey. have.. why ...1.1| | fi'tltion Hliould not ho
furnished The bride advanced with her father
of wishes.Ueik
RENT-Two nicely
large acreage greens present a FOR rooms, good Krnnti-il. othi-rwlmi the. eeo,. will be '...... .-d
week to attend the Morrison-Gray pleasing sight, evidence that the food upstairs in Mallie Spark !Mr. Henry L. Gray. The groom entered 'ions punch was dispensed in the with nn In I-HJIV of ili-fttult..
wedding. Judge Mai- from with his bent It i IH hint h. onli-rvil that of this
for the prisoners Is ample and good. man building opposite the vestry room drawing room by !Miss Dorothy llob- copy .
l for four urcmmlv wi kapnriillni
orili-r In
This place is a surprise to all and phurs. Mrs. W. j. Reynolds, Starkc, man, :Mr. Henry L. Gray, Jr., meetingthe hilt, and in the dining, room a detectable |the -lullnumril hi-n-ln for >ppnr.HIICI .

Closing out sale on Ladies'and from present indications I will lift self Fin. It.. bride within the chancel' where the ,unhid, course was served by a *,, in Dm piilihNhi. MrHitforil) tit fltarh('uunl,in Tnlograph until enunlyand ftiMwNpni'ir

Children's Hats at Stump'sMrs. supporting this year. Hundreds of FOR-SALE- :Brick store building on ceremony, beautiful in its impressive number of young ladies. The table Slate' once a .*.k.
acres are being plowed with large double Call street, next door to Powell's simplicity, wan performed\ by Rev. O. was very bride-like with iU central IKininml. orili-nxl. thin th. lAth day of J.nuury /
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L. A. Yates and little son, of plows. corner store. See Mrs. J. C. Carter, A. Thrower. The happy couple knelt udornment-the big bride's cake, (:F.O A. flARDINRR.
Tallahassee, are visiting at the home The chicken industry is not forgot Starke. 12-27-51 for the benediction and blessing. quisitely iced in flowers and '" County, Juilnv of Hrailforil County. HUit* of

of Mrs. Yates' parents, Dr. and Mrs. ten. About 12 dozen eggs are now Mendelssohn's Wedding March was I surrounded by. pink shaded! eX-I AllKINS.Attorniy ((9. L.) .
A. II. Freeman. gathered daily and being only from BELGIAN IIARES-Raise Belgian played as a recessional and the bridal The mints were in pink and white. fur ri-ttlloni-r. 1-17-71.\
pure bred fowls are very valuable and hares and save the butcher bills. party joyously! left the church to its! siding at either end of tho

Allan Canova came up from the have a ready market at fancy prices. Fine lot of young rabbits now rcndv. tune ly appointed! table were \ "l.autilul.\\ Half Your Living

University of Florida and spent the :Monday ;\I'l'
week-end with his parents, Mr. and Ernest Amos, J. C. Luning and W. N. Brooklyn Fla. lovely in her wedding gown of pd! coffee. The wedding cake was cut Without Money Cost

Mrs. E. E. Canova. Sheats, state officials, were business FOR SALE-Good 80 acre farm, two white Duchess satin, exiiiinitey| fashioned by the younger guests/ and the ring:, I Wo are. all at n danger: point On "
visitors! at the State Farm, and .ex- miles south of Starke; about 40 und embroidered and! bonded in dime, button, thimble, all found, furnishing the use of jlul1.1IInmon; BOIIHO 110111'

Stump's store closing out all pressed l themselves highly pleased acres in cultivation; half stumped ; steed pearls. Her veil wan of white considerable. amusement : 11119! farm anti Raman: operations tI"! ,

with the condition of affairs. 28 bearing !pecan trees; few hearing tulle, most becomingly arranged! and The many handsome, wedding! lI'irt"Wl'r I Iiniulx. prosperity or our "KOIIIK; !broke:'
winter goods. NORTH ST.\K K E NOTES her coiffure with high prlciw no oliO
fruits caught I[ to a wreath Even lit proHont
other den
I orange grapevine and ; (! displayed in the and were bay
I ot orange blossoms, Her flowers cat plant nil or nearly all cotton
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, and Miss Emma Mrs Etta" Dean and two childrenwere good 8-room house, outbuildings l ; half blown brides roses, showered! w'.r"J -' food cud grain lit present prices front
nice timber; pair mules, wagon r. 'il credit, toil IMiiUunioiinv. :
Darby went down to Gainesville last at the home of T. M. Wil lilies. Kit pply' merchant on
guests valley
week to the marriage of Miss Ottie buggy, farm tool, corn; 40 bushels. COFFINS CASKETS I.'otllllllll| ( grit Its urn higher luproportlun
Gray and Lt. Morrison.: i liams. Sunday. sweet potatoes; fl.OOO seed cam15 The matron of honor was ,.hnrming-.I And a full line of j ttiuii uro, pranoiit cottonjirlroH. :
I head cattle; 11 goats; 3 brood sows; Iy attired in afternoon gown of .
Mddon returned to Jacksonville :Misses! Lennip, Ruth and Ethel HnrrN 18 acres broke, fl planted in outs and whit georgette, beautifully ('I111.roiI'1 UncJcrtakers'! Supplies I ICs a tlmo ahoy, nil! ethers to play
Mrs C. W. food
:Miss Bonnie .
of Lllwt..y.'isit'd J. I red in silk, anti white tulle hat Mnfitn" ; proiluc-n nil pnHHlhlo
: afternoon after rye. For quick lillIe, $ InOO. Ci.; rope I Automobile! Hearse.Always / ,
Monday own
Younghlooil Sunday. Irullllllll brunt 'iiijilloH: on your
trimmed in ostrich She .
spending several days at the home of Boyd Starke, Fin It. plumes. carried on hand. The best service arrant ; 'In cut ,down llm utoro lilll.
_._ I full of !
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mixon. Quite a crowd of young; people from an arm pink roien and at the (lowest p..l. <'e... Spf-inl A K'Mi.I pli'i-o' t'f nariU-ii Kionnil.rlKliily : , .
LOST.OST iliirnoHa fern. rI-.Idiy tended, aid
attended the attention! to telegraph oriltinHerjistered ,
and Hampton ,
I.nwtey I The maid of honor wore a fascinating kept planted, Iho > .-ir, round rnn b.
Outing and yellow homespun party at the home of L. L. Youngblood -Black sow, weighing about'-T>0 coHturno of peach blow pink georrettp Embalmer 11I11.1010 fnrnh-li 1I"y" : halt yo-ir: llvln -

20 cents at Stump's.Mr. Saturday night.; pounds. likely to have pigs by this. embroidered in self-colored silk. [ I (. It will MVO I yi.u' morn ni->noytliirn

time. Mark : crop split in one ear; her' hnt was of pink incline, u [French ''J.-7WITT C.TlONESStarke you nniili, ) ,rm tho l l'fO'.t'ever"owl two or!
One of Uncle Sum's boys was of fj"nn you'
tliroo acres
navy '
: Frank Chase and family have under hit in other -ar. Reward if I ,node), adorned with pink ostrich tips,1 l tl'llH; Oil
in this section Sunday. I llil8tlllK. ; I l'l'!'; ) tin oil I hook
moved hack to Stnrke from Jackson- returned to S. II.! Woodard, Therpi-' Fla.
rind she carried u bouquet' of pink rose ill,nut HID" ,rlrltt lilinl. '! ot it IIIOIK.8UV-
ville and are occupying their cottagein Jesse Thomas. passed through hereSunday sa. It. mils! and fern. -- ,- .. lug ):iinli-ti. nod, ll-n vi"'otubl! to put
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the western purt of town. The briilet-maiiLs -- In II. It t,-ll.l tlm! farm: crops nil
afternoon onroute for his [.OST-Small dark brown, nearly] wore brwitchingi I Plies Cured 'In 6 to 1-4 Days well if' ,d I ,nliowB: you" the clear roud to
, Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. C. Powell and 1 1I home near Kingsley lake. black, Jersey cow branded "M. 1 If.." frocks of pink georgette, dniorutelyeNhroblcreI r-runil rniinry: If PAZ ( INTMr.NTfnllT real ,i- -I I -riilnr" farm ,.'''''verlty. It's
', and fashioned after dainty In cure lu-hliu. lllinil.I rili-mllnilur, ; ; ).
it I: little daughter :Martha: returned Sun Information will be gladly receivedor I'nilruillliil Plli-n. Free. Send for It todar to H
:Miss Lnvonia Greene, accompaniedby and girlish model's and huts limlnmly;: r<-I liivlirhlna, Pllm. end yon run art
pretty : Ca.
day from a ten day' visit with relatives lib 'cal reward for return. H. I. re-.lluUltii-Duru.-r the ,lint uiwIU.'iiliuu.: : 1'raC itt, HASTINGS CO., Atlanta: :
her sister :Mae business visitors -
i. at Tarboro, S. C., and Savannah, I Lewis.lirooker. It. .- m .. .
to town Saturday.Miss "

Ga. I : Julia. Dean returned home on FOR RENT

( Bargains: in boys' suits at Monday of last week, after spending
Stump's. few with her sister in the Tem- FOR RENT-Neat five room cottage. "A j j'I
a days Full'I
I I Cherry strppt. Mrs Wm. Edwllrh.Starke. Receipt in
''1 ple :Mill section.Dr. 1172t.

' A. E. Wall and family have moved | -----
1 back to Starke after residing in Jack Z. J. White returned home Monday .

sonville for several months. Mr. Wall''' after spending several days with

will again live on his farm west of friends at Graham.W. .
WANT-.,Three plow handsto

town. B. Kuhl, who holds a position in 1 hat is what you have (for every bill of account you pay by check. You don't even
do farm work.
:Miss Iva Cameron has returned to Jacksonville spent Sunday with his regular need to make a memorandum of( the payment. The bank keeps the account (for you.Your .

Starke after spending some time at family here. Employment every day in r

the bedside of her sister at Trilby,
who has been suffering from an attack The State Board of Health reports the year. Nice house, to Cash Always Balances
1,332 deaths from influenza! in Florida -
of the influenza.!
during the month of October and live in. Apply L. H. Hill. 9

Closing out boys' and men's the first five days of November. Lawtey, Fla. You have no trouble hunting up receipts and receipted bills. Just call on the bank

overcoats and mackinaws at Notice of Guardian Sale (for'your check: and you have the evidence complete %.

Stump's.r Notice is hereby given that thirty

r n i i .. i days alter date hereof on to-wit, the This bank solicits your deposits, law( or small and invites you to pay your bills throughit.

Hansford Padgett and Mc- I 24th day of February, 1919, I, the undersigned MORRISON-GRAY ItadheSAFE way.

Call Hale, of Gainesville, were guestsof as guardian for James Was-
din Oscar Wasdin and Mary Jane The Methodist Episcopal church,
Hollis Knight Saturday and Sun- : ,
; We pay 4 per cent on saving accounts, compounded quarterly Place Liberty
day, having come over to attend the j: Wasdin, minor heirs of John R. Was South was the scene of a beautiful your
I basket ball game and dance, which was din and Nancy Wasdin, deceased, will wedding at 6 o'clock last evening when Bonds and other valuables in a safely( deposit box, cost is small.

afterward tendered the Gainesville to the Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner Miss Ottie Lucile Gray, only daughter

: boys. County Judge of Bradford of Mr. and :Mrs Henry Latham Gray,

. -, Fla., for an order to sell at }became the bride of Pr.! Donald Mor
Six roses six gladiolas and private sale the one-fourth undivided rison. Much cordial interest centered! BRADFORD COUNTY BANK ii

interest each: of said minors in the around this vent, owing to the wide

one year subscription to Mod- following described lying and being lopularity' of the young couple and Bradford County's Financial StrongholdESTABLISHED

ern Priscilla for $1.65, or two ,. in Bradford county, Fla., to-wit:
subscription without the North Half of Southeast Quarter of a>ov.'. Taateleas chill Tonic 1889 s

; years Southeast Quarter, also one acre in ... STARKE FLORIDArl
mtorci vitality and oncrty br pwifytaf sad ,
$2. Miss Nannie
flowers for Northeast cor of Southwest Quarterof Ichlot th. blood. You c.o moo feel lu Stmttbnio.4. .1 I

Howell, Starke. j] Southeast Quarter and Southeast lavUoratlag! Etr<


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I Soldiers Overseas ToServe CALOMEL SALIVATES

I Bradford County Farmers [ AND MAKES YOU SICK'

I' u__u.__. n__. For Y.: M. C. A. ; Calomel l is Quicksilver and Acts

IS'O'lfoXI.: .; 10 UE COLLECT-: hours, afti-i. applying the solution/ to 1\ aural I committee that Swift & (;0. had
p Kl) I'NDKR NOW I'KNDIMt; :" HILL held l | the poisoning) in the !soil. As soon "pu' <'ked" the food! administration with Fewer Men Go From U.. S.: Like Dynamite On

Ii, _.-,. .is I the plants come up,, begin to spray "dollar n year men," who r.n aired Your Liver.
\ Ju'kson\'ill., Jan :20.,The lati" 'them with :'l-l-fJO: bordeaux mixture. large salaries from the company while J %,'

Information" rived. by Collector of lii'pcal: this spraying once every week serving the government\ lieney said< Q.neral, Pershlno Yells Y. M. C. A. to "Tak Their Plok" fr.m Men Cahmet. loses yO;* a day! Yoi know"

Internal Revenue James :M. Cuthcurt until the plants! are ready for transplanting that Administrator Hoover SOUIo'I.Ito\ of A. E -F, WhlcA' ; Cut Down Recruiting: Program what calomel is. It',' mercury; qtiick-'

from Commissioner Daniel( ,C. Roper, to the top turn from making public lett i.. .In'TMs' I 'tver. Calomel is dangerous. It
IK to the effect that forms for reporting It is always advisable to disinfectthe criticizing the contention by the uximirii4ration CountryAtlanta. I crushes Into lour bile like dynamite.

Ii. income" luxes of l less than $:),OJI( ) sreil before planting. This cnn be of W. J. 1'ricbw, while the all, Jan.. ..-Tha offer-of tilers | cramping and sickening you. Calomel''
I are expected to l he in the hands of cola done by clipping thc seed in 1:1000: ( ) solution latter till remained in the employ of General rershlng to release it wanted and as man/', ii U ,, attacks the bones and should never be
a lectors for distribution among taxpayers of corrosive sublimate for {five I Swift & Company. and aken of the A. E. P. from officers mill. wanted and by ,,> doing the Af>*ncla-. put into your system.

not later than February 1. "It 1 minutes. Then rinse the seed in clean tary dill, la order that theft services lion that has saved a great deal of money When jrou'feel bilious, sluggish con-
ER3I1N would
may be definitely stated. ," advises tho water and immediately plant. TilE ( DE.\r might b to utilized by the T. M. C. A. the have teen spent In transporting *l>J>ated and all knocked out and be-
commissioner, "that the taxes for the The season for corn planting has rl'lIultl'd'ln the recruiting of'a large worker to France. Tb. lifrw you need a dose of dangerous ,
J calendar year 1U8! will I Ioe collected arrived in South Florida and will progress The latest German estimator give number of soldier for "Y" work and the soldiers y In Franco, know the work dT calomel just remember that your dn--
;,,1'', under the provisions'! of the pending ; rapidly toward the north. This the number' of Gorman soldiers, killed, naturally resulted In a decrease In the their N. C a. almost as well M l gist sells for 50 cants ...-!" is en-
Mil) ns finally enacted, and not under, should be a hint to farmers to test in the war a* about 2l100O"II C), of whom number of oten being sent from this own, and those who have bea *f Dodson'u Livanl 'pleasant to take-
so far selected j
the provisions of the Act of October, their seed .
3. I'M7. +--- TJp until thetlme General _' guaranteed to start your liver
WATCH THE C.1R1LtE CROP CLOTHING PRICES TO made Pershing'sorrer I The Y. life C. A., however. WIT to without stirring you up inside, and
Commissioner Roper states that the nROI" was the Y. M. C. A. + -
I dodo. gyp /rO4R'AtpNmv'and"then] ( men. who are can not salivate.
conferees, on the revenue bill have extensive reoruitlnr ?
f "* a 11...T number 0 f-I I especially qualified for the work overseas Don't take
made sufficient to warrant I Florida's winter cabbage crop is According, prominent' merchants poseof wen calomel! It makes you
progress ,
..... overseas. But when It will be used only will be
"the bureau in proceeding at once to not yet out of danger. The cold weather in the cities clothing prices Are enrw ? ?? was they work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens -
print and distribute forms for the col- made a drive for it, without serious ng down there having dl'tlJ..tly ben earned to at..workers could be secured fewer in number. you right up and you feel great.
In France--men well fitted for the Dr. W. W. Alexander, dlr eer of Give it to the children because it
lection of the income tax of 1)18.!) In i-sults. The real enemies to guard IL break in some lines The government ',
order, to facilitate the work of the bureau !lalCainst are the ]doper and the plutel- has released much wool fbt getr- work because of their familiarity with personnel for the Southeaster department it perfectly harmless and does not i igripe.
the conferees are disposing as Caterpillars that are fond of cabbage cral) use ant wholesale houses are reducing eond t1onll- -Wie services of many men points out that the generous offer (10-4%1) i
In the United States not needed. i
were of General Penning Is only another _
rapidly us possible of those provisionsof : and are active throughout the prices; not only on new goods.
: While nanny candidates for service indication of the high esteem The Strong Withstand the Winter i
the bill directly affecting the form winter. The looper resembles the cutworm but, in Rome instances, on orders already -
: overseas were disappointed over the which is held for the Y. M. O. A. for incomes of loss than in shape and may grow to an placed L English salesmenwith
reporting outcome the. Y. M. C. A. could not by the United Statee government and ,I: You must have Health. Strength and EnI .
inch in length. The filled trunks have been in this
plutella is less sample
) of other formsis
5000. I'reparation the
have acted otherwise General Perking by the leader! of the American Expeditionary ', durance to fight Colds,Grip and Influenza.
proceeding concurrently with the than half an inch long and is hairy. country for several I weeks* ant.$ are I I
told theY" to take any sol- Force j i I When your blood Is not in a healthy
Roth of those caterpillars work in the seeking immediate orders from- the
work, of the conferees, and it will be condition and does not circulate properly.
possible, it was stated, to have them leaf surfaces, where they may be American merchants.: your system is unable to withstand the
ready shortly after the enactment of found and poisoneif. legged I N. C. OR FLORIDA RUNNER PEAI Winter cold.GROVE'S.

the law. A spray recommended. by the University I UNITED: STATES "DRY" 'A friend,'' was the reply NUT SEED I TASTELESS Chill TONIC

t of Florida experiment station i 'Advance, friend,' said the new sol For immediate acceptance and cash I Fortifies the System Against! Colds Grip
EAKLY: HATCHING: PAYS for controlling these caterpillars is Chicago, Jan. 16-The United States dier. Advance and give the discount.'' I with order I can furnish the N. C. or and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching&
made of two pounds of lead arsenateto today concluded the process of voting/! Jlchan e-.. Florida Runner Seed Peanuts at Six the Blood.
With Belling for over 70 cents fifty gallons: of water. This liquid itself dry. When word flashed over the .-.C I cents per pound ($1.50 per bushel) f. It contains the well-known tonic prop
eggs does not usually adhere readily to cabbage wires that Nebraska had pawned the o. b. Lowell, Fla. erties of Quinine and Iron in a form
dozen the farm and backyard flock KILLING PLACES
n I acceptable to the most delicate stomach
There 1 leaves( on account of their waxy federal prohibition amendment "dry"leaders II. T. HALL LOWELL FLA.Grbcer1.
6 of poultry looks interesting. and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel _
r is a bent time to hatch to get the coating. This difficulty may be overcome said the accomplishment was A Frenchman was waiting at a rail- its Strengthening,Invigorating Effect. 6Ot:.
profitable pullet. Dr. N. W. Sanborn, by adding, soap when; the mix-: the greatest piece of moral legislationever road station in Ireland when a couple
extension poultry husbandman at the ture i.s made, at the rate of five or six: passed in the world., of natives sat down beside him. ? Few Escape
pounds for fifty gallons of water. Han! The amendment! to the federal constitution -
University of Florida, urges early preventing the manufactureand Said one: "Sure Put, it's down to There are few indeed who escape-
water will require the maximum
hatching. At the Farmers' shol.tcourRe quan sale of becomes Kilmary I've been and I'm on my way having at least one cold during the
in husbandry he had l tity of soup; soft water the minimum. intoxicating liquors hack to ,
poultry Any alkaline laundry soap will do. effective one year from- date of Kilpatrick. winter months, and they are fortunate
the! following,: to say on the subject of Flour paste may be used instead of the its enactment. Meanwhile the country "Ye don't say so," said the other. who have but one and get through withit

early hutching.w little soup. Boil two pounds of flour in two goes dry Jyly 1 next by presidential "It's meself that's just after bein'down quickly and without any serious
Severn hot weather is hard on proclamation unless to Kilkenny, and I stop here a Take Chamberlain'sCough
gallons of water and! add it to fifty as a war measure consequences.
chicks. Every: experienced poultryman \ gallons of the arsenical solution. the president rewinds it before that hit before I go to Kilniore." Remedy, and observe the direc-
knows that the clanger point in date. "What assassins!" exclaimed the COFFEES tions with each bottle, and you are
the liven of the chicks is before they An arsenical poison. may be uteri Frenchman. "Would that I were safely likely to be one of the fortunate onE's.The .
dry if applied when the; cabbage; is wet merit of this
ranched six weeks of ngc. Constant TWOULD.VT HE: SAFE buck in France!"-Exchange.; worth and remedyhas
attention and good rare are necessary with rain or dew. It is well to use a _._ been fully proven. There are families -
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M to bring them through this period filler of 'h'upfour/ or air-slaked lime "That's n thing that's puling me." Best By Every Test who have always used it for
with the lowest possible losses. If mixing about equal'! parts of filler and years when troubled with a cough or
"What? SWEET CHOCOLATE cold and with the best results.
dry poison.
the weather is hot during this time, "Now that so many young,: officers ..
they do not do HO well and are much There is no danger: to the consumer ate returning to civil life after n brief -
more liable to overheating with consequent from eating cabbage: that have been urmy (career shall we leave off their CARRIED UNDE FIRE ';j' !Il 1mmmMi''ICI'"mlll'lCn'"ntll'\lImmU''ltJl1'1t' '' !''',,,,,,=maIlllCDrnmnU'/lIOn. ..
bowel trouble. After they have treated against caterpillars. He could military titrr" and address them as i II I"I
passed this age there is relatively little not cat enough heads, even if they plain "Mister: ?" :ati' !
I loss in the flock and the great majority were not washed, to cause any ill effects "Urnph! You'd better not try that Chocolate Furnished' by V. M. C. A. ::' ;ii iiis ; \

l i i'b of the chicks can be counted, on from the poison. If the presence when their wives are around."-Birmingham Arrives Just When It l k
by the poultryman as his. It is extremely of the arsenical is likely to ri" Age-Herald. )I. Needed asu i I.r

1 important, therefore, that the .duce the price offered for the cabbage, !i I.

hatching be begun and be completed they should not he sprayed within ton THE IIJ T.UL With the American Annie In Twenty Head of
at such a time that the chicks will days of the time of harvesting.Much .
have passed the danger point before of the prejudice against "pni- Negro sergeant of the A. E. F. told France Jan.Prallllnl' the men of r:

> the hot weather catches them if the soned" cabbage. comes from i ignoranceof the negro squad he commanded that Company D, 109th Machine Chin Battalion :

greatest: possible number of the chicks how the cabbage head grows.: The they were to go on a detail. Not one 28th DIvision Howard R. K.Is- i Horses and Mules s

hatched are to be raised, and grow; into head is not formed by the leaves curling of them had ever heard of a detail, but ter, a Y. M. C. A. man of.

strong, vigorous fowls. The timeto inward, but from internal growth. he refused to explain to them what it Hla, tells how, when D1.D.I1.Uon.'I'I'

hatch and the time at which all The cabbage head is a big bud formed was. They were marched to a railroad they sent the sweet chocolate which I u .

hatching should be completed will ol) like other buds, and the poisoned truck some miles away, where a line he secured for them to an. isolated platoon ,

1'd( course vary according to the locality leaves remain on the outside of the of freight cars stood. The cars were which was under sever Ore, I have hand 20 head of horses "
and the climate, but it is essential that head to be stripped off before cooking f filled with sandbags which were to be across the Vesle river at names. : on

the chicks be early rather than late unloaded. It was urine the heavy fighting I )C .
hutched. For the most!' favorable timetb I .____ The sergeant pointed to the cars eastward from Chateau Thierry, that and mules for sale, cash or time. '

I do the hatching consult your county \\OITLI) IJRKAK THE SOUP; and said "Attention! Dere am your the men of the 109th Machine Qua Battalion I

agent. SOUTH detail.! -Everybody's-- -Magazine. got ahead of their supplies and All these animals are first class work I't
the sweet chocolate which the T. M I
CARE OF TOMATO>>: SEED BEn It is reported that two prominentSo TilE NEW SOLDIER C. A. managed to get to them, was r'I
TO( "PREVENT:" DISEASED:; PLANTS: ithern democrats are in Europe toconfer specially welcome. t stock, well broken, and free of colds.

'f with Gen. Pershing and to assure Clen. LeonardVood said at a dinner The battalion reached the Yesle river I
J I The tomato seed bed should bo made him of a large number of Southcm in Washington: on Its advance. There the German Farmers will find it to their advantage

in new soil or if this is not convenient, States in case he decides to be a ".\ new soldier is apt to be nervous, line held. Men were thrown across 1
if the soil should be sterilized Steril !'andi ate for the republican nomination apt to make mistakes, but this is no I the river by various units to keep In before
,I1, I isation run be done by either steam in the next election. The contend, sign; of cowardice. It soon wears off. I contact with the enemy. There was .I see me buying
beating: or by formaldehyde.. In case that this support will be from within "A new soldier was having his first terrific fighting all along the line. A
of heating by steam Dr. C. D. Sher- the political organization of the democratic experience of night duty. The pass- platoon> of Company D was harried their stock.

bakotfnssocinte, putholobist of the experiment party in the South. word was 'Discount. over to help In holding the narrow f
station, says the steaming "As the soldier paced back and strip that had been taken at great GOat a!c

should be continued until a potato tuber EXPOSE: .\))" OF :MR. HOOV forth in the darkness, a black figure by the American soldiers It was surrounded
placed' at a depth of) 4 inches will ER'S $1. A YEAR CABINET: : suddenly! bounded up before him. on three sides by the Boehe, p, A. D. ANDREWS'RAIFORD
be thoroughly cooked. When the formaldehyde "Halt! Who goes there?" he chal- who tried every means in his power

if'I method is used!' dilute the Packing Companies Had Same :Men on to dislodge them,-cos, shells, machine
!t I substance ((10 per cent strength) one Their Payrolls, at Large Salaries gun fire and snipers. It was a difficult FLA.
part to 50 parts of water, and when matter to get food over to them tor I
Jan 20. Francis J, men with supplies! had to cross the I
the seed! bed is ready for planting, but Washington, -
about two weeks before it is planted Honey, of San Francisco chief coun- river which was exposed and under '

apply the diluted formaldehyde at the sel of the federal trade commissionin Why heavy fire. I'

I rate of a half gallon to a square foot. the investigation of the meat packing NOTICE

,4 it'' Cover the bed with sucks for about 21 industry, told the senate agricul- ---- Jt..mllJlQmA llJlmJ1WgK1/1JjllQroKJI"JQICJclmlCQCJllmlWUJJUC; : ; ) IWWWWUJ(' _
i" il Suffer? .
Notice is hereby given that we will -
be in Lake Butler and E. 0. PAINTER
; Aim At Above-the-Average Mrs. J. A. Cox of Al- Wednesday Jan. 28th and 29th, for I
I I'1 t.rj derson, W. Va., writes: the purpose of collecting and assessing Jacksonville, Florida' .

Yields In 1919 "1 1\1 tY daughter: . suffered taxes. All persons are requested I Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry SuppliesFor I
terribly. She could to meet us there on the above men
tioned dates. Tax: books will be strict thirty yean we have been manufacturing fertilizer in this Stale.--we have unified our 1
-- not turn in bed .the
ly closed April 1st, as the law directs.B. comers in every county in Florida.
Dee. 31.) ', them it should be remembered that doctors her and .
(From Prottrt-HHlre' Farmer I![ gave up, M. DOWLING
Write For taleit Price Lie*.
Price, .
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with' Qoalirj
rather liberal expenditures are Jostl-
., For the average Southern farmer we brought; her home to Tax Collector.
i liable For Instance when a bale of die. She had suffered so N. D. WAINWRIGHT, _ _
.. we cannot think of a better resolution cotton with the seed Is worth $160 our much at . timet Hav- l-17-2t Tax Assessor. I Ii
for the New Year than ea. calling average per acre yield et one-third of a _
ing heard of Cardul, we
for better than average yields Aver- bale Is worth $50; but when we increase U for her." GIRLS! LEMON JUICEIS
.. a.. yields, whatever the crop mean this to two-thlrda of a Mae got SKIN WHITENERHow Stalk Cutters I Ii
eyN' a period of years, little more worth flOO. we have a cress prolt of i
f than a living wage. But a* the iniilTldutl $50 with which to pay for the cost of
farmer riser above the average the Increase. Of course the est of To Make a Creamy Beauty

1'" Us net profits, nine time In ten correspondingly this Increased yield if the matter' be CARDUI Lotion For a Few Cents. i
f l rise. The man who raises I gone about Judiciously, will praetleallynever The juice of two fresh lemons strained -
;: a aotton meat see that our average of be as much as $50. More often into a bottle containing three ounces I I
\ I about one-UiIrd of a bale per acre can than not. In fact. It will be $15 er less, of orchard white makes a whole

only mean poverty to the grower; the leaving a net profit of 129 or mere per The Woman's Tonic quarter pint of the most remarkable I

., ,! man who crows corn and oats at our acre. And the same rule will hold with lemon skin beautifier at about the cost I Only have three at this
!U average rate of 15 to 20 bushels per other crops and livestock as well. The i one must pay for a small jar of the or- very
aero moat see that there can be no higher the yield per acre or per aaima "In a few days, she began dinary cold creams. Care should betaken
.\ profit in such yields; our penit and within certain limits, the greater to Improve"' Mrs. to strain the lemon juice througha I low price.- ,worth $45.00
tob ooo fanners. o.r daJrr and general net return. U..I Cox continues and had fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in, ;
'+ ttreetook. farmers must see that so The new year and the yean to no trouble at. . Cardul the nthis lotion will keep fresh for
cured her and, since
looc *. they are content with a merely hold great things for the thinking, progressive its praises,everywhere.we months. Every woman knows that i Buy before they are gone I

average yield per acre or per anl- business-like farmer. FJi... We receive many thousands lemon juice is used to bleach and re-
.*!. jut so long will they find the promise to remain good for a longtime of similar letters move such blemishes as freckles, sal-
famine game unprofitable and ma satIrtfaotorr. and fair profits seem certain for every year telling of the lowness and tan and is the Ideal akin
2 the man who farms right good;Cardul has done for softener whitener and beautifier. I
) Good land planted to good seeds Let us, aa our first New Tear reeotoUon. women who suffer from Just try It! Get three ounces of DeWIIT C. JONES

and weU erUlimd. and wU tilled Is the aim at putting our faints on a their complaints sex. so It common should do to orchard white at any drug store and

ftaty te saooeaefiU farmJag; for rood' blf-yUldlnr. moneymaking botta. you good too. Try two lemons from the j grocer and makeup Starke
; land plus good seed. (erUllaaUon and There Id no surer, way for making farm Cardul. E-77 a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant : Florida t
4', tlataxe. means Itl.b! yields and food U" more attractive and desirable and lemon lotion and massage it daily
f t pro u. In the new year. every farm- I for keeping the boys. and girls oa the t Into 'the fact, neck, arms and

,,, .r sbould aim at tieee; and in gelung t :mL hands.-Adv. (95) =
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-Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY I| The Quinine Thai Does Not Affect Tho (Headeraiwe < al quarter, -anil the Scmthea Quarter of I

II ? of lt. Ionic unit Inmllva ftTrrt. LAXAIV I h. Nrr, h....... Quarter. uf Section fti, In Town.
News Notes Of The I K tIKOMO Ql DINE (tT.I>lrc.I) can l I.e taken. .hip <4.< S. H. il! Eaat containing So arm,
County py anyone without raimlnil' nrrvouflnmH or rlniilnil mum. nr linn lenn a trip. BO, f...jt wlile ........
HONORED FOR BRAVERYBrooklyn In I ho head. E.W.GKUVe: dMuaturooutxx.IKK .ii ,I the hiiat; nlile. of the Smilhennt Quarter. In the
eoimiv llrndford. Ktnte: of Hurlila. to par
ilehtn. due by the Bald J. M. Kutch. ilivnnpd.
PREVENT; ; CHOLERAThe ; mil 'proiicrty. having born
BKOOKKK C. :M. Andreu was transacting business Vanderbilt, spent the week-end with Man Is Awarded Crolx de nln lire time, and there. nut owned briny l.y nuiririnnt him. In

in Gainesville Thursday.O. his parents here. Guerre by Commander. of B. A. Thomas Hog 1'owder hasa ,PenioiiHl. property to par .aid! ....b.... It la

Brooker. Jun. a.&.-Mr. A. A. Ilazen W. Barry was in Worthington John Harrell of Rjiiford, visited his!! Polish Forces record of 95 per cent cures of Hog al therefi.rc..other lu-muna OnliTed. Inlorrnttil that the' In defendant.the' .-.'.1.. .anal of,

made a business trip to Gainesvilleone Sunday.A. brother, W. :M. Harrell, Saturday and Cholera. If you feed your hogs as ..101.1 M. Futrh. den-annl. appear to the petl-

day Lust week.A. B. Surrency! passed through here Sunday Tartu. Dec. 11.-"For heroic and untiring directed you need never fear hog tlon March nled A.herein P Itllli.on or and before nanw the cniwe 3nl, If,itav of

B. Surrency was transacting bus- Wednesday enroute to Worthington :Mrs. Alma Surrency and children work for the soldiers while under cholera nor any other hog diveaao. And they hm.r. why Haul, petition should not any be
iness in Walter Baxter visitor the fire.," Stanley Modra of 2133 grunted otherwlne tho cause will be proceeded
Alachua Saturday was a to were guests of :Mrs J.T.. Edwards, Oaten the directions are very simple Just with. aa In cane of .It-fault.

Miss Mae demons of Waldo, spent Worthington Monday. Sunday I avenue Brooklya a Y. M. C. A about what It In further ordered that a copy of this
Saturday here with her parents.G. Mabry Harrell: A. E. Raborn and Brinkley Hayes, who Is teaching at secretary has. Just received the Croix you are doing, plus a few order ha published, for four aurcewilv Seeks
cents worth of B. A. Thomas' piwnllnit the date named herein for .
W. and E. M. Ilazen were busi- Seeber Edwards were out hunting on Perseverance is spending the weekend da Guerre from General Hailer, o mmandar Hog ice, In It hi, Mrailfonl County Telegraph.appear.K a

ness visitors to Starke Wednesday.Mrs. Wednesday night. with his parents here. .In-chit.f of the Polish army Powder in the feed twice a week. miwapaprr ptihltnhud at Slarko In aid county
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Misses _ _ and baa beer mentioned in the official Usually though Cholera in be- and State, once a. week.Done .
W. H. Pinholstcr was a visitor Eva Edwards Geneva gets anil, onlonnl' thla the loth clay of January .
to Gainesville one day last week. rell, Blanche Andreu and Laura Har'j I I RISINGRising citation lie is the third Y. M. fore we know it. Then it requires A. D. Inc

A. A. Ilazen and family spent Sunday borough/: were shopping in O. A. man thus honored for conspicuous close attention to each hog-each' hog County Judge of HEO.llradforij A. fl.VRDINER.. County, SUittf of 1

I, at the home of P. W. Kelly, near Monday afturnoott. Jan. 24.-Rev. p. M. Riggs bravery. must be dosed-ami) if you will dose Flurlila. (S. L.t I
New River. Truby Willis and mother the attended Sunday school here Modra has been with the Polinh. A. z. APKINS.
were Sunday th1t1111 directed, you will save/ better Attorney fur Petitioner.

la G. B. Colson made a business trip to guests of Mrs. :Murrhee Thursday. afternoon. force continuously sine his arrival than HO per cent. If you don't the B. -- 1.17.71-

Starke Thursday. :Mrs. Williams is visitir.g her daughter Allen Strickland, of Pine Level, attended in France five months. ago and baa A. Thomas' medicine costs noth. NOTICE TO KKIITOKS AND CRKKITORH':

Messrs. C. M. Andreu and L. F. :Mrs T. IS. Edwards, this week. Sunday school here Sunday afternoon. given many notable exhibitions of gallantry you All persona lailcbteil. to the estate nf John
and fidelity to duty. During the ing. We-not some distant manufacturer Culver, late of llnrlfonl. Connecticut, and fornivrly .
Surrency were attending to business George Parrith was in WorthingtonWednesday of llrailfnrd County, Klurliln. .
last of the hostilities ha nerved back.
in Gainesville last week. afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. F. 1l. Jackson was i 11 business pay your money are, reiiuiiiteit to pay their naiil ,detiti ,...rlh"lIbnn,1
Among those who : W. M.: Harrell and sister, :Miss visitor to Kniford Monday with the First division In the Voices, Sold I by U. S. Jones.-Adv. nil pemnnn hnvlnH clalinR nvninnt nnld atl. ..
attended churchat
In charge of a but In a narrow valley file the aittnn, duly aiithentlcatpil.,
Graham Sunday night were Messrs. Cecil were in Brooker Thursday.Mr. :Mrs A. I.. Jackson wn a visitor to Milh' the unilernlirned niliulnlHtrator, within one
Harley and Fred lluzen Misses and :JJrs. C. W. Edwards and lit the home of Mrs. J. E.: Johnson Satur- between the first and second line + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + year from dale hereof or they will be forever
LocI burredTWn
trenches + .
tle from this but he iniule trip LEGAL; NOI'ICI-; *
Anderson, Eunice Ilazen and I'carl daughter Corene were guests of day. Pecenilier, 10. iii| |IS.
Mrs '1'. 11. Rimes Saturday and Sun. after' trip carrying Htippllas\ to the men + + + + + 3 + + + + + + k + + + 11111ltn At.HEHT.ilmlnlntrntor .
Lewis. :Mrs '
J. L. T.
I Scarborough, who has at the mot. Rdvunc post, and was \ of. estate. uf John Cuhi r. ilu.renned. .
Miss Blanche Andreu spent last day been visiting relatives in this section under fire repoateilly. NOTICE .. I 12.1a.*t.t .
C'lydc Shaw was in our section last Six rnnntliH Nftrr dull. hi'mif I will, prriwntmv
week-end in Starke for tho five weeks hits, returnedto
I visiting friends. pust \Vhon the flsritliii was at It. tieavl- iiMirhi-r, .* nn.lllm.1 arenunt to the HnnortiMi .
:i L. R. lininey was a prominent visitor Thursday. Green ('ore Springs, where she will est Modra and the men ii.."oclnt..d with <*.*!. \. .."..III", .. County Juttuo of llrmlforilfnunly. \ TF.R.A.1.\ ;
Mrs C. M. Andrcu recently received Klurliln anil ..1 l k for flnal ilia.fliariM Nutlre I In hereby wI<,''n tluit ,uiiitiir, and bvvirtu
to 11 .ford \ isit her sister, Mrs M. A. Chalkor. my .
Thursday lilni In Y work n-nthiueil their niltilotnitlonn
., ,
of ,
Kinal l> .
I a. nittnmlHtrHlor of the rslnt of W II. ? n ? e*> mini nnd -tiilrnil.
letter from her W. :M. An-
:Miss Nellie l Strickland: spent the I a son, j i :Mrs A. L. Jacksonvus a """in '.. to (he 1401.1','ra' xervlni cocoa t'nilfrhlll.' .1o.r.R.>4iMl.Tina .. Di-i-enilHT IMIli. ,\. I IV \pint, hv Ihu Judge of
week-end with dreulio is in Charleston, stating .the Milt, day of AiiKUHt. 19I4. the Clreult Court ,,f the nth Judicial) Circuitof
her parents, near visitor to Raiford :Monday. cakes, when the tm-i' wore In position .
that the boat! hud been turned buck to J. L.. UNIMCItmU.. Florliln. In and for tlrmlfnnl. fountIn
II Starke. I We have added membersto to recPlvithem, and rlnnrettet. ThintuTttcc "-\I.(8m... Ailnitnlatrator.HIIKUIFP'H . rham-ery nil{ I Inn. In favor nf I.rlnh V .ndwln,
more new
the and that the cl'ewould be | .
owner ,
:Marvin lluzen and nitnlnnt Siolt Andrcwa. end
:: made a trip to Starke I'onirlbuii'il mu"li to the high
put in camp. our Sunday school list, und would I*. R. Colnoli. and I Fredn Colnon.. his wife dn.frndnnh .
Friday morning: like to have "some All 1II0rl\lp.f tlie troupe/' unit won not only : HAIR ,. the uiuUmlKrieil. will, ..r r..r for aaU
Tuck Andrews passed through here mure. L'Om@out Not lr. la hrrflty. .Klvrn that und. > anil 1t
II. 1'. r > before* the court liouni ilinirn at Rtarki*. Hrail-1
Gainey and W. S. Nabb. were Friday.T. I and help us to make it success.!. the praise visitors to Jacksonville the first of this Inn KrntitmlH of tin men. ..-.1 uf thi Clerk of the Circuit Court In nnle on. Mundny. Our :lr.l day. of rYhmarr.
B. Edwards: and wife attended II. II. Lewis attended church nt Pine ....
week, making the trip by : fInd for llrnilfoifl .nl". I Ktorlita. cued' the A. I). HUH. to HIV hltrhimt and hent bidder forcnnh. .
:Mr. and auto. the funeral of \\'. Crews' baby at New Level Sunday and hi' was accompanied --- --- J'Mli >|HV of Auuunt. A, II lull,. In favor of tlie folluwlnil. dearrllied' lamia, altuatcil
Mrs Otlell Abernathy, of I W C Wluttrn, end W. M {Whlttt. partner In Hrailford. ,
l Graham, were visitors here Saturday Hope Friday. home I by Rev 1' M. Kiggs.Mrs. FLYNN d,.,inu, bnnliifxa, II. W. C. Whittfn ... Co., anilaituitiHt The South: County llnlf. '(t\,1, Klorlila of the to-wlt South. t Half CJ)
R. 0.
afternoon. While here Miss Ruby I'arrish was a visitor to : Elam Lewis is on the sick list. I'IH' CrllTin: I. W. J. Kitperaon." .. of lot. Kiev en < III), Section thirty (lint' : Alno
they tho nhi ,
rltr of
were > llrniiront county Florida will dell
the '
Went Half .
( i4)) of the North Knit
Lake Butler Sun- ( Quarter
guests of their cousin Inez:.: Aberna- Friday, returning at this writing but we hope Her u\ .. pulillo> pale 'to the hlichrat and hiat btililcr. ',1Iof the Northeant Quarter ((1-41 I of Sec.Him .
day.Arthur speedy recovery AS "Y" WORKERWell fur .".h., on tho llnl day of F..brunry. A. I>. I Thlrly.nnn' (31)) ; Alno tin Soiltheant Qunr.ter .
thy.Miss Edwards was a visitor to loll, In front of the court house :door In II-II of the Northeant Quarter 1141.) |pna
: Daisy Lewis, who is teaching in II. II Lewis made a business. tripto Slarkr, Florida, the following dciicribfd: landnlylnit l I Ten (filii Aere.n. the Northennt. Corner In

the Vanderbilt school\ spent last weekend Worthington Friday. Lnwtcy Tuesday, returning the end In llratlfonl eounty. Florida, 1"-1 Section Thlrlv-nni, ((311 ; All In Township fill
Miss Blanche Andreu is visiting Known Minister Leave Pulpit te wit t lfl> lt..n.,> Twetilv' .120) Kant all land' brtntr
,I here with relatives. :She: was accompanied same day.11' The Northiiutt Quitrt of Non h..t ( .,- mat I lying' I'lnnt: of. Urn neh run ning between
friends and relatives in Starke this Tike Up Work Overseas. of ".""h'n HI. '1'1". 1. S 1I.1: K ..Ial> I .
home by :Misses Conner le leI' I K Codnin: and I W. IMtibolHler. Jr..
and \
A. L. Jackson mud business
o week. "" u the North Half of Northwmt Ijunrtrr .., .
'. ronlalnlnii Sinelily: ,1701 Arn morn or I I. .
Norman of that vicinity. Starke N.irlhwivt tJmitMor. of Srcllon 'I., Tl. I. S. It.
Seeber Edwards: attended the funeral trip to Wednesday Richard 'I J. 'I- .l'fI'K.RI"'rh,1: ,
:Mrs. Oliver and little Atlanta On.. Jan. . -1 I F.; Willie Mae daughters, of W. Crews' baby Friday J. S. Jackson was a business' visitorto Onntt rilnn. pastor of the North Avenue ..II.f". sold 4><.>cutlon. and, ends In thla liuhiilf. > I A. /. A I)KINS. Miinler.

f and Cantos, were visitors E. 11. Andreu Jr., passed through tllrlleVf'd1llay.. Presbyterian church ia going ta I Complnllinnfn. Snllcltor. 12-aT-flt.
at the home of I. W. I'inholster and .
here Frilay mroute to Worthington. The farmers of this tuition are" having Franco for the Y. M. C. A, l-1-nt Slwrltr llrndford ,Co. Klovldii.NOTirK .
family Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. V. Edwards is on the sick some nice weather to clear Dr. Fllnn who In one of the beet 1 OKDFII "FOIL I'l'lll.ICATION' ,
Inez:: Abernathy was on the sick list very OF K.KrTIO\: : In rirrull. Court State of. Flornln,, Mluhth
list this week. known ministers in the Southeast and
part of last week.L. up their fields. Hy the power vi'.Ie.,1 l 'Iti thf SrhiMit' ? i '.ludielnl.., Circuit, llrnilford l County.. In Chan ,
:Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards, and :MIr and :Mrs. Eddie Nornmn visiti'd. who ha a boat of fr If ruin throughout I an of th<> Still. nf FlnrlilA. tin- Hunnl, nt ,, 'eeryIi. :
I F. .
Surrency in t. 'lewls,
spent Tuesday !brother, ti Seeber! were guests of :Mrs. this Mention of the country will be engaged 1'uliHf InHtrurtlnn nf Irndford,, l ('",,"tv ln-ri'lty. j
Lake lit the homeof :Mr. nlldIr": Jul uNorman s I Complainant. .
Butler '.rd) r* nn .10 cl ire to In- lu-M I In SpiTlnl, Hrhnnl
Mrs T. II. her W. M. Hurrell Friday night. Sunday afternoon.' In special educational work and Tax "IHntrlct N... I 1. Tlii-rt'iii-iii. nn RIII"r""v'l Shi1'ley'isite,1 daughter h llarley Andrcu was in Urookcr Sat- will likely be overseas for ''Iome time. I Iriiiiiiirv si''h. li'lii, for tli* "i-urim of tcrtinirMI l l.ewln.Hefvniliint..
'- Mrs. Norwood, of Crescent City :Miss Liizie Smith was visitor at ,,, tniHtt'4'H, ant to ilrti'rtnlnv lie, IIMH, "11I1( '' .
urday morning on bu.illl'S8.Mabry ,,n ,Mace.' In I" "........... II nppeartnu by nlTldnvIt" ascended to- the
the" first of last week.Mrs. the home of T. A. Crawford
Harri-11 was attending\ to business Sunday !1'"ir I InimriHmi a nf. hulling, Hiu mild olrvIm I bill Illid,I In. the nliove milled' ...".. thnt Snmh
: : EVil Harry of Graham in the in lake Butler Saturday.Mis.srw. night PARSON I ili<* tnlluwinu, innitnirini' (have horn l "i>. !l.owla. the, defendtiiit. . therein' named In real

guest* for a few days at the home of I : Arthur und Harry EJwantswere :Mir unit, :Mrs. J. J. Crosby and little FIGHTING li J',", nt..l W Moor M /. Hi.ll.Mm, C M. H.-hn.'Il sad I dent nt of nf the Alaehiin SI'allof.county Florida Florida, end, the snit I.eoncenln arenldi .

her uncle G. W. Bovillc.M. [ busine-ss visitors to Brooker Sat daughter visited :\1 r. and hJ.. K.Johnson :. T n riNHOI.HTKU.: herself no tint, nubpoena cannot bit aerv
: Matheny: was a visitor to I'luu moan Unnnl Public (lnlnnM Inn. UrHtlfortl I 'ed iiiion hr,, over tho car of twenty-one, yearai. Y
urday. and family in StarKu Satur GETS WAR\ CROSSJohn <.Miiity., Mt.ri.ln.ttcnt II IN I then fore. ordered thnt, nnld. 1 nonrealdentflefendnnt
Gainesville lust week. \ : I"| and l In hereby required,' to appearto
Mr. Barnes of Jacksonville is herefor'a '' :\1"IIHs.Iabry: and Malcolm Har day.Mir. I K: It. I'OIM'KLL.; the bill of. romplnlnt, \ lied In nnid rauna on
few attending to business. )i rell were guests of Harry Edwards: : .. U. .1. Jackson and little son, 1'u SiiprrlnU'mlrnt.. and S...'". IIORt.HHKKIKF'H or before Monday the :Ilnl day. of February., , A.
days Archibald, visited Mrs. J. I. Warren Clifford Y. M. C. A. . II II'Ml. olherwlne the alleiraliona. of nald bill -
Saturday night. Wearing - -- - -- ------ .
Mrs. Rouse" of New River, was a ,: will be tnken an ronfenned hy mid defendant.II .
: "AI."
who is teaching ut Sunday. 1 In further I .
Harry Edwards Uniform Proves Himself ordered II tlhln nrder be pub
J pleasant visitor here last Thursday. I' Hereby nni Irr IH .lvrn that I I. W. J. 1'I'I'r.;| llnhed, onee. n week for ova eonHecuitivo weeks
T. 1' Ward of Hamlet, N. C., is Real Her ,n. an Khoriir of llrndrord. (County Khirlda.under \ In the llradrord, County Telegraph a new.p.I .-
here visit for few with and by virtue. of Ih.t N'r'RI" writ of |,,', ,piildlnhed, In aid county anil, .'8'..
on a a days xiTiltiitn Thin l ,.
i iHHiuid out of and undrr thp mnl1of ecember Yard! 1111
his family. New York Jan. . .There leave' the Clrrmt. Cusrof Itrndford. County. W. T. WEEKS.:
Ilazen left Mon Florida, and ticarintr date the t'tlh of (11I..e") Clerk. Clreult Court.
Harley anj Fred ; many war heroes but there I. certainlyno :Illltl.;: and nvniluit; : Hun, if C Mllli-r: iw Ahnlu-I:I: : I II y U. A. WEEKS.;
day for Newnan, Ga., where they will more' conspicuously heroic figure (Htrallx' of the I twlntt of F. (' Miller, Deputy Clerk.
enter the school of telegraphy.J. end. In fntor of W. K 1'.le. and, A. 1.. APKINS.Hidleilor '
than John II. Clifford, Ilaptlut minister of lint certain order. bcnrlntr dut> d..u.'I.1! for Complainant. 12-27-Et. '
Nipper, of Jacksonville, spent ;] In time of peace, but real fighterIn day of .Innurtry.' lultl. rnad and ,' .

Sunday here wit hhis family. )j I time of war who has keen awardedthe ,the Ifun.. J. T. will.. Juilfe of the .10..... nnniil ,- NUT"'.: T(( IIKIirOHH AM CItF.IIITOUII f
I .
Court ordering nail of the iroiidN andchut
Fred Ilazen made a trip to Starke Croix; : ,l.. Guerre for ..etraordlnaryheroism leli. hen'in after demirllx. to bi made atl.nMley A 1I".on.\ liirlebtril' to the cnlat of Dr. II.
Saturday afternoon. I In notion. (''Irirlfln. ivbert. the aamii are now lornted. .- I I'. WII...". Inle of. llradfuril. County, Florida. f
I a '. by riving not I lean than ten diiyn. no- ,ileeeaned" ,, are reiiilnd| 'to pay Ihelr naid l debta
the 1
held at
There were no services I John Clifford a" a Y. M. C. A. tier of tin, time and plare of aaid Hale. ; will forthwith anil,I all peraonn tiavlnv, claima ti
Baptist church last Sunday on account ....worker braved the rd wrath of war olTer for mile and. will gall to thp hitrhenl' and' auaitiat, .the ..hl..I.' art reiiuealeil, to pro
bi-*t bidder for cnnh In the Town of l.nwtey. nent them duly authenticated wit bin on. year
of the pastor being sick.S. I lie has been In trut firing zone an from thin, dnte .
Mnldford Count. *, I Horlda.. (on the aide. trnrk or they will ha forever barred.
V. Andrcu was a visitor to the 1 much an the hardiest Infantryman and of the Heahoarit Air l.tne Itallwny Company Tbla 27th ,dny ..t Deremher, HUH.MFIM. .

county feat, one day last week..R. decorated for most unusual ez wlu-n" th*> pniM| >rty di. .crltM a
wan Kneculrlx. of I.alatn l: of II. U. t.I . d In.1.
), on Weiliiemlnv. tin 2IMh\ day. of .'.laniinry.I'llli -
. T. Osteen was attending to business I a plolt. He was one of threw mm who. : ,hrr" -Ier the leiral hour of nail the foltowlntr .......1. IJ27NOTICK -

in Starke Saturday. I f 1-4 braved Incessant. enemy shill Ore |Mi<|ierty ...-wlt : A pile ut liiinlHT r
Will "PI.I, .III-| n.r nlKiut R.I111/ feet, and I a "pile of :
services at the Free .
Remember ,
while r c-ulng Col. AlbertiMi W. Catlla .
hawn tlea conHlHtloir nf nltout .
rn HH Inn ilex.w
Til all and' ,, .
ulnuulnr the ntorklloldera Ih.I'IIn"'r'
Baptist church Saturday and Sunday rotnummltnK, officer of the, Blath regiment J KITKItSON.: ,, Ntnlt' Itnnk.. of. Worthlnirtlin,
f fl
also nights.Mr. Ly4L 1 of Murlnex The trio carrIed the 1-17-. .Hherlir.. . llrndfiird. County.' Ma.MtTICK Siiriturn, r-oriiln| ,. and, to nil othtir whutn it
-- - - - -- -
: and :Mrs.' Pons and children, of Colonel to safety on a st.t bet. miiy runrern : -
You und rash of you will Inlit* notice I thatunder
Trenton, accompanied by their aunt 'j Aat Mr. Clifford went over the top many I In County,, .ludtre'a, l'ou rt. Itrndford County' anil, pit.mount tit an order.. 'mule. anilrcndiri
were visitors at the home of G.1.: [. \ WQ44 times and i.-iime' near beIng klllud on "T' .1... >d' by the llonornbl. 1. '1'. Wllla, Jmfirv,
IN ,IKKSTATK: ; OP of. I luClreult Court of Ihn. ICIulitll; JildlciialClnuilt ,
Beville Sunday. I'vcrnl I uo'fchions. He Is fifty-one I .1, M 'iiteh.( l><.ri' of r'lorliln. In and for Bradford County.'
Mrs. L. T. Ostec-n. is visiting her it? a "'nr" old ami was born at Oxford', has. M .1. "i''id Ull. AdmlnlHtratiir of tbpKiitAte 'In a riTlnln' mutter hi rhnnri-ry. In nalij Court r
y ; of J. M. Futch. l >eciaaed.riitllloner... pending nlyled I In the mnttir of l colvitrldi >
sister at High Springs, who is Vl'J"Y takt Y'y er ' 'laud and MM preached the gospel In | of Paiuienler, Slat. Itntili, nnld order btiInu -
lily plain nl1 ilin world.' When H .en VSriorenre ,. ilnled' the sane ilny iif. I "" >mber. III1N, I.
sick.Mrs.. llol.l.s. has returned from a visit <'bnnc"to' "'l-vr wish. tin Y. M. C. A. Futeh, and K.: t*. Finch the undemltrneil.. who WH-I tin rein and thereliyiiliMoliili
I of, .1 1 M. ,.'"..h. lh to her daughter: In SUI'< Florida, In r-'rnnce. I lie knew that It wan a .r Po,'reons Itllerraltid In the f;....,h..I// will at. my office, lu inlnenville, Ala
Mrs. J. Sowell spent the first part .r I Ik K( il I 'thing ,"lilt. >ir jiitnix-d nt It. .?..1.1..1' M. Klltrlu ......1. "'loin "rmiiiiy, 'Morliln. wlihln the nail Circuit 1
a r>ef >ndarin( lii-i/iiiniiiu, ,,f 'the liniir uf. ten o'elonk, n. m..
of last week with her son II. Sowell I CIT 11'1 ON I f I mliiv' the.Mill, Inv of January,. lull, proceed
of footer Pond. !Mr. Sowell and family '- 4 + 10 I 'I.OKKVCR I: : I M'TCIINI'' > I': f O FUTCIf" tot take the tentlninny In 1 the nnld' cfiiuw, aaillrectiil
r PERSHING SENDS MOTT i ui 1':111'I: I I'llTCII. liKCKXSKIiNI : : :, I by .the aid' nriler. : and nil an,>l alnuularthe
with the flu. r
were sick A \ ) \ 1.1. IITIIKIC: I I'KHHONH,: INTKIII.4TKII ; ttui kin.Idem nf mtiit 1'a.rini flier State Dank
Carlos Bfvilliwas visitoj-)- to Graham : IN TIIM WI'\: ''f1.': OK. HMII' I are hit, 'liv uolilleil, .. und rciiulreil' to then and
week M I MITf If !1"'I'AHI'I1.: : (:,FlKK'l'INi' I i I there appear liffnrp n.... an Spinal' Milliter, and
one d.iy Mist NEW YEAR GREETINGS' I \ii; SUTU' K: Ihnl' M .1 1 l Fuleh. an ndmin.r I .. M. tr-llmiiny In tho cant, matter.
Horace May. of Thcressn, was u visitor "Fd ; ; i . i ?, ll,:- iHlat,<- :of .1 I M Fuleh: , ,iernn/: ,I' I Iliu llnliil, Cnlniavilli; Florlila., thin riicombirti
I,,, dnv sled In Hi. ubo,. . ".ntlll.d'1 ....- I : '). ISIS
here Sunday. - I .",.1 I ii.nrt., n 'pillion., 11- .,.' Yo lnl h "II. I.I I| T. II. F.t.f.1.4. JR.,
Mrs. W. II. Harrell was a visitor nt Paris, PHI' 211Iany: tlraen during' ,I., ..I II! III., Norltiwrnt' Uuni lee.f II.I Nmtli-, |.1-4t. A. Spicial Maitrr aforesaid"

the home of ((1. H. Colson Thursday af ..rhhtn I
lit pant y"m G"n"ial r { has

ternoon. nk>>n nrraemn to commend the work I Ir
sick of diJt/LIt.It.Ntyl'CK.iCrtfthJIJRIGIpiOlrUlt'ldlWO1917Of) )( : ; ) "):Urn 1b1176ilJ4'lOt0l.fl'ifO1MllUC3GDGt94:: !
:Mrs. A. A. Ilazen was part '" the V01.: r A. for the nulilerni | M

last week but is very much improvedat f -* ) ihH A .I-: !F' and to express hi* ,

this time. k'H-nnut a|")>,ii'cliitlwn for the many r

Attend Sunday "school next Sunday. good depute ,ilvne l by the "Y" In thiscountry Export TradeLatin !

F. Dyal was a business visitor to I i

Lake Butler Tuesday. I tea. ('h.,tmas. Day tile commander ;

Death of Little J. C. Crews Jr. Outlook Of The Southern Farmer ,if the AincieTan Kxp..dltloaary Force n America

Little J. C. Jr., the eight-months old sent the following cablvgraoa to Dr. I r

infant of :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crews departed CHARLES A. WHITTLE. John R Molt head of the National y What Sells Here Sells There

i this life last Friday morning Wnr Work Council : |

at 8 o'clock at the home of :Mrs. Soil Improvement Committee, Atlanta Ga. 'With a deep feeling of gratitude for >I
t Crews' sister. Mrs. G. B. Colson of the MiormniiH ofntrlbtlUo'1'wal"b the ManufiiLlurrra wi.hin10 mar lit I their, products( in Latin America will, G

this place. The little one had been a Prosperity (glows on the horizon of the Southern fanner's future -If Army Young Mesa Christian Amtocja- be benefited by communicating with our E.X-ort: Bureau We can sell

I great sufferer for several weeks from be will raise big yaps.Anil lion has mud to the moral and physical 4

1! a badly diseased limb, the cause of the Cf"01 a needy world rtnos, urfU\ the Southern farrow I. welfare ef the American Army, alj J II 1 your goads iKiougd'ourNative'Sales

which could never be determined. Several I grow big crops of cotton and food. Ills obligation In to respond lie oust rank Join me !In aeodlnic you Chrtat-

physicians had been called In attendance light on, for peace brings Doc) armistice for the farm. mat greetings and cordial bent wishes Representatives
In the nf the ragged world. War turn countries are looking j
but all that medical aid and' Cotton bope for be New Year. e
loving hands could do did not relieve to the fells of the Sooth for help. It will not be (f A Talii.' TheSouthern t and trade connection: *. Publicity in two hundred Latin American

I farmer will wont UH& r....ponslblllty.rrio hundred Saloon Motion Picture
the little one 'till the end came. Stomach Trouble Nrwspaprts and Iwo : ( Theatres) in
8 at whrch cotton crop will boo Hold will b4 such an will pay

The interment took place in New Un farmer well fe>r the fast will remaIn that the work mum brf tfc* "H -fore I used Chamherlain'a Tablets South and Central America will carry the itory of your produtls straight!! r

Hope cemetery Friday afternoon, ami cotton. < to the Merchant, Business Men, Buyers and Consumers of these: South
deal for
extend to I doctored great stom-
the town and community The food nent ne d d in Europe ia fat. Cotton seed p..... and a American Countrirs. r

Mr. and Mrs. Crews their sincere sym- goy bums of the S.uth will find ready market for the oil or tau What II1.y ach trouble and felt nervous and tired

pathy in their bereavement. contain. Cattle hogs and dal
because of the heary live\ stock losses of Uurope. from the first, and inside of a week's ''II

BRADFORD The Southern farmer should plan with an expectation of Improving tim I had improved in.every: way," are assembling our I 1919 I catalogue printed in the language of, the

his labor cosidMlon, with the return cf troopa and the ahitttlnc down of writes Mrs. L. A. Drirkard Jefferson
I Bradford, Jan. 24-:Mrs. W. M. Har- ammunition factorlett. Mo. Adv. South and Central: American Republic
'Ity, -
rel has returned home from Sanford Immediate Preparation. .
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I where she was called to the bedside of Preparation for spring planting should tr rapidly ah_d. Seed, fertilizers -No--Worm in a Healthy ChildAll I If inleresleJ, write, u'ire or call

I I her brother. She reports him much and other tam itupplina should be bought without delay. :Materials children tfouhlnl with' ,worm have an uiv j' Division

better. cm which tile govvrBinnct baa Bxed prlcri will continue to b*> alab -Uze4_ hrelt by coke whkh Indicate pour blow) .nI.. a I AMlRi 'e

I r Alvin Raborn, of Sanford is visiting' until they are consumed no tLat there are no prospects of lower prtaeii rule' there la l mere or Iee! stomach' ALLIED ASSOCIATION
U relatives and friends here this before spring planting. (or two or three wrrkt. will enrich th dlo'U'.nc.\. \ 1
I week. Delay mesas to face skipping difflculUea. The rallrc.sula are going to prove the diKmitlnn, and act at a (" ., | ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO U. S A.

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Utrtained a number of their' friends A. H. Harley, D. D. C. M.. of the, I THERE iA: Saturday afternoon.

------.y Friday evening* with a chicken pilau. lath district, is in attendance: on the E. H. Curter and son Henry, were r

Chesley Fogg was In Gainesville grand lodge F. & A. M., at Jacksonville r Theressa, Jan. 24.-S. Woodard, visitors to Jacksonville during the
1 Saturday on business. this weak ''or Jacksonville, spent the week-em past week. I

County News tem Me/Mrs./ Hoy Kalch, Alma Saxton, The lumber warehouse near the S. i here with homefolks. :Mrs I U. C. Moiteley spent Thursday ,{.

Jtulph Williams and Lucian Johns, ot: A. L. depot belonging to T. D. Wear- ,;' Miss Beady Croft spent Saturday in at the home of Mr. and Mrs S. J. ,'

Hampton, attended the party at J. A. en, was destroyed by fira Tuesday Lake Butler. Starling and family. '"

Graves Friday night. night of last wuek.! The origin of the Mrs. D. J. Phillips and children returned II. W. Carter was visiting in this.
InUr..tln Fact Gathered During the Week by Our I Henry Koon, of Starke, was a business -
fire is not known but it U supposedto home Sunday after a few days community .during the past week.
Regular Correspondents. visitor here Saturday. have accidentally caught in some visit! at the home of her parents Mr. Mrs. Ii. C. Carter and Miss Rosa

Jake Call, of LaCrosse, spent the manner. The building was empty. and :Mrs. J. R. :Moore, of :\(jldleburg.Irs. Carter and little brother, Clyde, spent

week-end, :Mrs. here Jones.with his granddaughter Reception for Rev. and :Mrs. Evendrn :\ Moore accompanied: Phillips Wednesday at the home of :Mr. and
- -- Percy home and will spend the week here Strickland.Mrs. .
''r Rev and Mrs. Alfred Evenden returned Mrs J. L. ,
Mesbrs.: R. Jones
t KAiroitl Sunday.! It. and Wallace from Eustis Monday afternoon and at Starke visiting relatives. W. :M. Padgett was visitingMr.
1 :Mr. and :\Ir>l.V.. L. Parrish andl'hildl'.n Thigpen made a business trip to where they. on been for the Lester Hall, of Florahomir, was a and Mrs. W. A. Starling Wednes-
: J. O.
and Mrs D.
Hniford, Jan. 21-The county agent, visited Mr. pleasant visitor here Sunday.
past week attending the annual con-
Mr. (junn, was a visitor in town Mon- Green Sunday.C. Quite a number of the Sampson City ference of the :Methodist. Episcopal Rev N. T. King, of Starke, filled his day.Little -bliss Elsie Starling! was the '
day and delivered an address, at the C. Butler, of Jacksonville, wan folks attended the party at J. A. church. regular appointment here at the Baptist I I guest of 'her grandparents Saturday

school building Monday morning.A. \. here bird hunting and spent Thursday Graves Friday evening.Mr. church Sunday night and t Sunday.
with M.: A. Dukes. Forrest Reynolds, of Jackson- On alighting) from the train the pastor I
:i D. Andrews was a business visitor night Mrs. Joo Griffis, of Starke, was a Nelson Prescott and Horace Star
Scaff and Earl Dukes made ville, spent the week-end here with his and, wife were greeted by a com-
caller the home
to Jacksonville :Monday! and Tues at of Mrs D. J. Phil- ling were visiting in this community
their usual trip to Lulu Sunday.M. family. mittee from the church as well as bya lips recently.C. .
day.Tison A. Dukes visitor to Lake :Mrs. Wm. Sparks and Oliver of happy group of admirers representing Sunday.
Ritch, of Odessa, has been visiting was a son, I Sullivan was a business visitor Charlie Wilkinson was a visitor to
Butler Thursday combining business Monteocha, were business visitors! their many friends in the congregation .
friends and relatives here for I Ito Hampton Monday. highland, Saturday.
here Saturday. and the town, escorted to awaiting
several days. with pleasure.We Miss Beady Croft spent Saturday Miss Ida Starling left Saturday to
I Ur. A. J. Johnson: made a business are glad to welcome Mr. Tom- I Jasper Brown and son, Arthur, of automobile and taken to the sight and Sunday at Lulu, with her spend a few days with friends and relatives 1
mio Thomas and bride in our midst. Sampson City, were here on business parsonage where the sight of carriages -
trip to, Jacksonville Friday. parents, Mr. and :Mrs. W. S. Croft. in Starke, returning Tuesday '
outside told the tale of visitors
Little Pauline Jones, who has been We are sorry to report Mrs. R. B. Saturday. I Messrs. H. S. Roebuck, Ci A. Young- morning ,
attending/ school here suffered an attack Warren and little daughter, Mamie Duggar: Jones, of Sampson City, attended within. The ladies of the church had blood and II. E. :Moorer were visitors !Miss Eflie:: Harris spent Saturday '{;
Joe the sick list this week and hope church here Sunday. taken complete possesison of the parsonage ,
on Ito Waldo .
of She Sunday.Mrs. :
her \
appendicitis recently. was for the of night and Sunday with parents: (s,.
carried,! to Jacksonville where she underwent them a speedy recovery. :Marvin Ogden motored over to Orange purpose giving u : S. B. Woodard was a visitor to Mr. and :MM. Randall Harris, of Max-
Heights Sunday.Mr. royal welcome to the pastor whose return -
Starke .
successful Saturday.Mrs.
a operation.Mrs. "
John Hitch is expecting her 'U: : and Mrs. AltmanYoungblood, ; they had requested by petition to D. W. Moore is at Starke this ville.E. S. Starling spent Sunday with ;

son, Marion: home the twentyeighthof of Waldo, attended church here Sun the bishop, and Indeed a royal welcome "week at the bedside of her daughter, his grand parents in this community. I"p
it The
Highland Jan. 21. Mr. and :Mrs. was. first formalities of
this month. He has only recentlylanded day.J. Daisy' who is suffering from an attack Messrs. Hardee and Lonnie Padgett i:
Charlie Wilkinson and Mrs. J. E. B. Mills and wife visited rela- their warm-hearted reception over, the of'influenza.M. / .
in the States from over-seas. were transacting business in Highland t
Moselpy' were visitors to Starke last lives here Sunday.,! pastor and wife were escorted to the
W. H. Andrews made a trip over to Z. Sullivan was amonthe/ visitors Thursday.Miss Oliver Sparks and! sister Gracie of dining room and given seats of honor
to the
Starke Thursday.Mr. county seat Saturday.J. B. B. pjidgett was a recent visitor '" .
Ida Starling went to Starke :Monteocha attended church at the head of a long\ taLle, pread with
here Sun. W. Datten visitor .!\
: and :Mrs Sam Denmark, of :Mulberry was a to Hump- to Highland Thursday. I\,
Saturday for a few days visit with her all the delicacies of the season, and after
ton Saturday.Mr. .
are visiting their parents, Mr. day.E. S. J. Starling spent Sunday even-
und! :Mrs S. B. Denmark, this week sister, :Mrs. Parry. . T. Stewart, who is employed near prayer by the pastor the banquet and :Mrs. T. M. Hagen, of Hampton -s I i ing with his daughter, !Mrs. Annie

W. I. Roberts and family have mov- The many friends throughout this Gainesville, spent the 'week-end here proceeded. were guests Sunday, at the home Carter.
ed to Jacksonville. and, the Lawtey section will be interested with his family. Church matters were discussed and of Mr. and !Mrs. IL D. May. I
to learn of the marriage of Mr. Messrs. Harley and Fred Haien the people themselves
and pledged to a Cochrane little
R. T. of
Dowling, Wajdo, was in r and -
E. Wilkinson and Miss Misses Loca Anderson and stand the | Mrs. daugh1 -
George Mary I'earl Lewis by pastor in the work he
town several days lust week.W. CLAY HILL
Hazel Stalsby, which occurred at Jack of Brooker, attended church here has oufllmed for the coming year. 1 Mary Frances, who are sepnding
L. Overstreet of
Lawtey, was sake
the winter in Gainesville for the
S in town on business, Monday.Mr. sonville Monday morning Immediately Sunday night From the number who came and the Clay Hill, Jan. 24.-The bad weather of its school] facilities, returned to
after the ceremony the happy Middleton: of Hampton, made a spirit that prevailed it was noticeable
: and Mrs. W. II. Andrews spent of the past week was disagreeable
very their home at Worthington Springsfor
couple left for Palmetto to spend the business trip here Sunday. that: the return of the pastor was the :
Sunday in Worthington Springs with I to the Clay Hill folks. Gaines
few visit
days' Monday .
i 1 relatives. honeymoon.Carl Wiley Edwinson, of near Starke, attended will of the majority, in fact we have Mrs. H. B. Hudson is still on the.'ville Sun, Jan. 21st.S. .
Wilkinson left Monday to resume church here Sunday. not heard of a dissenting voice in that nick list.
Mrs. W. W. Farnell expects to join I I IItev
his work at the Seaboard Rev. V.'. T. McGuire of Palatka filled respect. Rev. Evenden and wife
shopsin expressed -
her this L. M of Jacksonville
husband Dr. week at Moseley, i W. Dubose, one of'the most enterprising -
West Jacksonville.C. regular appointment here themselves gratefulto
New Sat. as being : filled his regular
Smyrna. appointment at Highland farmers the
in Worthington
A. Prinurle, of Maxville, was a urday and Sunday. God for their return to the charge] church
Mrs. D. C. Lennon and children, of Saturday and Sunday. A Springs: section, was a pleasant callerat
business visitor here and for the beautiful of
Monday. spirit the
Jacksonville, are visiting friends and reception good attendance both days. I the office of The Sun Saturday
relatives here this. week.J. Rev. L. E. Moseley, of Jacksonville, L.\WT" Y it being more of a love feast ] Mrs. Charlie Wilkinson and baby )I Iwl're morning. He and' ground the

H. Ritch spent the week-end herewith tilled his monthly appointment at the than a banquet, the pastor declared.,! | visiting friends and relatives a'I cane which yielded grew him more than

o his family last week. Baptist church, preaching Saturday Lawtey, Jan. 24.-Rev. L. C. Flitch, After the singing of "Blest be the-' few days in Starke, returning Saturday -I $300: off t% acres of ground the past "

and Sunday of Vanderbilt, was visiting relativesin tie that binds" and the offering of'' morning. ; year.-Gainesville Sun Jan. 21st.

FIVE :MILE Max Wimberly visited friends at Lawtey Sunday.Mrs. prayer the happy gathering departedfor S..1. Starling was one among the i ,

Lawtey Saturday and Sunday. James Hannan came over from home. But the departure of their visitors to Highland Saturday and attended CARD OF THANKSWe :
Mr. E.. Carter and family have all Jacksonville and spent Sunday at her flock dd not end the surprises which church while there.W. .
I Five :Mile, Jan. 24.-Mrs. P. P. Dekle been suffering with the flu for the home s
in East had
Lawtey. prepared for the pastor and H. W. Carter was visiting in ,I wish to thank the people of '
spent Thursday in Lake Butler.N. past week and are getting along nice Mrs. J. B. McCulley, of Jackson- his wife. Passing out to 'the kitchen Hiirhland)) Saturday. Bradford and Alachua counties for I

G. Hayes, Sr., made Five Mile a ly so far. ville, spent: from Thursday to Sunday they discovered a table filled with good :Messrs. Barney Lang and Curtis their kindness through the sickness '

business call last Wednesday. D. Prescott, of West Jacksonville, with relatives in.i East Lawtey. things left as gifts of love by the congregation :Starling passed through this section and death of our beloved daughter and
Messrs. P. J. visited
B. and N.
Gainey visited relatives here Sunday.Dr. Rev. J.
C. Diggs, pastor of the Law. just departed. :Sunday morning. sister Bessie !Moody <
e Lake Butler Saturday. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was a 'tey M. E. church, South, came up from With this spirit prevailing and with Nelson Prescott and L. S. Carter Mr., and Mrs. A. J. McKinney and

., Mrs. Lena Drawdy spent the weekend professional visitor here Wednesdayand Starke and filled his regular: monthly the foundation work that has already 'were transacting business in Starke Family. .
I with her mother :Mrs. B. L. Dukes.
Saturday. appointment last Sunday to quite a been accomplished, the pastor is look-i:Saturday.
:Mr. and :Mrs Angus Bielling called Thos. L". Dean, of DeLand, is here large aid interested congregation.A. ing forward to a healthy spiritual L W Wilkinson was a recent visitor Colds Cause drip and Influenza

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. De for a few days, looking: after farming :M. Blanchard was transacting growth on the part of the church anda I t;; to Jacksonville. ,
kle LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet* remove the
interests. business in Jacksonville Monday.Mr. delightful: harmony with the other Miss Grace Padgett was the guest cause There 'la only one "Broroo Quinine."
D. I. Blume was a business visitorto Max Wimberly was a business visitor : and Mrs. W. C'. Wooten returned churches in the town. i e>f :Misses Edith and Effie Starling on'I E.W.GROVE'S signature on box. 300.HORSESMULES.
Lake Butler Saturday to Jacksonville Friday. home last week from McRae; Ga.,
r e Mrs P. P. Dekle spent Friday and -_._ where they spent several weeks visit

Saturday with Mrs. T. J. Dekle. GRAHAM ing relatives.On .

:' Miss :Maude Shaw, the efficient pre account of Pastor Evenden being

ceptress of Five Mill school, spent the Graham Jan. 24.-Mr. J. A. J. Mc- in attendance at the annual conference

week-end 'with her parents near Kinney, of Sampson City, was here at Eustis, there was no preachingat

Brooker. :Monday on business. Grace M. E. church Sunday.

a Mrs. Clara Dukes called on Mrs. De D. J. Byrd spent :Monday and Tues- Mrs. Nancy Britt, of Macclenny, I
kle one day this week. in LaCrosse business. from
on spent Thursday Sunday with
9 Rhett Drawdy visited his parents, George Beville and son, Carlos, of relatives in Lawtey.J. \

Mr. and :Mrs F. L. Drawdy Saturday.Mrs. Brooker, were pleasant visitors here F. White came up from Dupont

Blume and daughter, Miss Josephine I Wednesday. Mrs. Eva Barry accom- Saturday and is spending a few days

1 were pleasant callers at the panied them home.J here with his family.

Dekle home one day last week. R. Beville made a business trip to II. B. Cleckley] of Arcadia, was a

!I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Parrish passed Starke Tuesday While there he purchased visitor to Lawtey a few days ago Mr.

through: Five !Mile Sunday. They were I ; a fine mule. Cleckley was a resident of Saxton for .

(lti returning from a visit to relatives near I'',i Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jones and children I several years and his many friendar'in ,

Brooker. > t Ethel and Mabel Byrd, attended this section are always glad to Rive
1 Allen Green was a Sunday visitor in I a party at LaCrosse Tuesday night: him n hearty welcome.

Five !Mile. ,' J. A. Graves made a business trip Willie Bray, of Dupont, was visiting .
N ''Ji D. I, Blume and Bob Parrish killed Starke
.;i to Tuesday. relatives and friends in Lnwtcy
holts last week. i| Mr. Seals, of Hampton, was a business Sunday.Rev. .

. i Mr. Long and family motored over ,, visitor here Thursday. W. L. Overstreet left Fridayin

) to Dukes Sunday afternoon. I j I Dr. Thomas was in Jacksonville on his automobile for Georgia wherehe 1

I Five !Mile had quite a number of Wednesday and Thursday on business. will spend a few days with relatives

: i' : r visitors lust week, whose names we I Mr. Ray, of Jacksonville, was here On his return sometime this I

f failed. to get. Dl>>n't feel slighted Thursday] on business. week, his wife and daughter, Miss j i iI Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts and little Carrie, who preceded him, will return

\ Charley Collins, a colored citizen of son, Roy, Jr., were business visitors with him.
II i Five Mile, had the misfortune to lose
here Thursday W. II. Burt was transacting business -
I his horse one day last week I Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Hampton, in Starke Saturday.

Dr. J. M. Mann passed through Five wan! here on business Wednesday. L. A. Price, of Melrose, was a visitor

Mile Monday afternoon. | Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Knight are the to Lawtey one day last week.

W. O. Roberts was transacting( busi-1 I proud parents of a fine boy, arriving Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Moseley, of

ness in our section Monday. | Wednesday! night. Mother and child Jacksonville, were visitors to Lawteythe

!Mr.and Mrs. Geo. Williams and are both doing well. first part of the week.

r <(< Mrs. Lily Andrewa spent Sunday, with Messrs. J. H. Surrency and James Mrs. M. E. Edwards moved to

Mrs. Mollie Touchstone. I I0 Wasdin were in Waldo Thursday on Gainesville last week wheres he will
Fred McKnight was a business visitor
business. reside, having recently purchased a
at P. P. Dekle's home early Mon.
A. Lane made a business trip to home.

day.Mrs. I Waldo Thursday.Mrs. For the benefit of the large number
Alice Dukes and daughter: Mrs. : : Marshall Burgess, who has of people who on a recent Sunday set

g Dukes were transacting business in been visiting her parents, Mr. and out in search of one certain Bill Brown
Five :Mile :
Monday. I Mrs. R. W. Surrency, left Thursdayfor that he might receive a very important -
Masters Dewey Cason, Marvin and Tampa, where she will reside in letter which had just arrived, we

Romeo Dekle were Sunday visitors in | the future. have been asked to state that there
Five !Mile
Mrs. Ben Wilder spent Monday and was no cause for alarm-it wasn't serious
1' Several members of :Mr. Tuck An.drews' Tuesday in Hampton with her daughter though: it might be later-for

family are suffering with the I Mrs. Ethel Strickland.Mrs. when Bill was found and saw the hand

flu. W.e hope they will soon recover. A. Lane visited her parents, writing, he 'smiled the smile that

:Master Ardell Drawdy is on the sick Mr. and, Mrs. Ward, of Hawthorne, wouldn't. come off, then stuffed the letter 1
list this week. His playmates hbpe he last week. in his pocket and disappeared. i ;;

" will soon be able /return to school, Mrs. Elando Maines of Louise, attended Rev. Alfred Evenden, just returned H
for miss him
they-.very much. the Woodmen Circle here Friday from Conference to remain at the request -

.A afternoon.Mr. of his congregation for another _
DUKES and Mrs. Alvin McKinney were year, will preach his initiatory sermonin

here on business Friday. Grace M. E. church Sunday, morning
i Dukes, Jan. 21-The farmers of this Mrs. Sam Pons, of Monteocha, attended and evening, and the public is invited
section are taking advantage of the I the Woodmen Circle here Fri. to be present.E. load of
We will unload today Friday
fair weather to start their plows.C. E. Burney moved his family to ( ) a car
C. Scaff of day.Messrs.
Jacksonville, visited I Jesse Byrd, R. W. Surrency Jacksonville the first pal't.t this

last his parents week. ,Carl's Mr. and friends. Mrs.were C. A. scaff'l do made y a business trip to Starke ThursDr. week. Horses and Mules. If you are in the market for

ice him. Thomas and Mr. Willie McEver A Tonic Laxative
Shep Dukes, of Five Mile stock in and look them over 0
was a
spent part of last week in Arcadia on the will remove the bile from the Liver end ,
business visitor here Saturday. business. cleans the Syitem THOROUGHLY without griping
i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ward visited Mr. or disturbing the stomach U duly Perfect LuUv -
Iii F. Price made a business trip to *.
and Mrs. J. M. Dukes Sunday.
Clarence Scaff who has been" teaching Jacksonville Friday. LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN <

the Brooker school, returned home Messrs. Roy McKinney and Oliver U the Dame of a Reliable) end Perfect Laxative SON
Sparks sere here Friday on business. which eooo relieve Sick Heedeche. Dtulaex.ladlgeMlon. J. W. ANDREWS
Monday afternoon. lie closed school .Stomach Trouble. Gee end PUM canoed
:Mrs. Jesse Jones and Misses Florence
on account of the flu. by a Torpid Liver and eo..d etloQ" Alweye OM.
We are sorry to report Mr. J. Tl: An.drews' Walker, Onie and Bonnie Graves Reliable Laxative In the treatment at Cold.Grip
r"- family'suffering with the flu. motored over to Hampton Wednesday aDd Influenia. FLORIDA
afternoon. LAX-rOS WTTH PEPSIN U Liquid DlKeMlve STARKE .V
J' M. A. Dukes visited his. brother, W. Tonic tintlve excellent In lie effect on the
both tonic end ' It I.Just le ,
Edwin Price and sisters, ArnIe and yitem. aa s a a
D. Dukes, Sunday. I
so good for Children for Adults Pleassntauks
Mr. and Mr*. J. R. McLeod, of Miller Ruth, of Hampton spent last week Children like It. Me

a visited the home of the former's] here with relatives. Medicine Made and Co.recommended St. Lmtla. MOo to ,the nunufecturer publlo by Putt of

r parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McLeod[ :Misses Onie and Bunnie Graves en- I Crave .Tuteleee chill ToD!.:. .;: .
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