Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 2, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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:, AT MUCH 'WINS FOOTING "" MOVE MOREMENFROM

I Wm. T. Goolsby, who is serving:' on get into the actualities of the war
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the battleship Texas writes the Telegraph :Mr. and l Mrs.. I. E.: Thomas, of :Hitler .

TER FORCE ACROSS VESLE that he ill getting along fine. have receded I a letter from thew''I --LLOYD GEORGEENGLISH I THIS STATE

Private Olson Thomas, who ha-
}'I'rI'Ylvnre7., of the U. 8. :N. R.. son. '
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YiMENT PLANS ARMY AMERICANS-WADE RIVERIN I I hero this week that he had! arrived! at Camp PREMIER IS SURE BRADFORD'S QUOTA NOT $ .

:Mills, N. Y.. and was expecting to sail ,
rVE( MILLION MEN FACE OF ENEMY FIRE I of Mr.the Alvarez transports IS an and engineer/ has already on one for France at any time.
;w (I I Wilmot Brown;, one of the popular'boys .
ON GROWS THAT :MEN GERMANS: DEFEATED: IN: SHARP maiUsix\ trips across. !1' i .\ 'EItISlUI *' 11.1.OOOS: SIXTEEN: : ; tOIORCD) :\ 1-\:: .LEFTSI'.MlXt : : '
1> from l.uwtey. now of the I''. S, '
8 TO 20 WILL BE LAST! FIGHTING: ON: :NORTH BRANCH: Lawrence Edwards recently enlistedn navy passed through: Jacksonville'I' :NERI.Y: lI: 1'.11. 'I UK: GER; : AI-TERNOON: : I'OU ',
the naval reserves and has now boon 4
SENT OVERSEAS OF THE RIVER Friday! <*nn>uto from Key West to another :, 'us101 \ IN: SIlK: CAMP Di\: ENSFloriiln : :
ailed and left Wednesday for Key : '
r navy jatd further north \prnh-1,
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West to report for duty.J. .
on, Aug. 7. -In urging en- With the French Front in France ably ut New York. Wilinut informedhis ,. London.UIC. 7. -li.'n.'I'h.( by his is called on ,to furnish 20i: I t ,

(; the administrations man- lug 7.-2tO:! p. m.-( Associated I I R. Hevill Graham, has received a father and mother what time he counter stroke, had driven the enemyb.irk more nifn for the army during the 1

( extending draft ages to 1'1'I'Ks-Thl') all te" today threw it fur"1'1 letter from his son, Frank who is in would bo in Jacksonville, and accordingly anil 1 ,iiltbnugli:I tho linngoi vvrs' numth nf, August t1 I' these WOO( are 1

jjift years of age Gen! :March across the river V'e.sle. It met and I )Prance stating ho is enjoying good ( \Dr. mid Mrs Brown made up a'' Dot over, "11' would bo a sanguine: 1'0 I bo 11I'J>(r..,''', ulut are to go: foitli on

ate military committee t<>- ilcieiilod the Germans. The enemy health and getting plenty to eat. lug family \party, loaded! up two curs taut oil the Gorman general stag oho, ',!:!n,1., TIll'11111 e /111'1nn' to entrain

r department plans an launched a strong counter attack being Mrs. I Uoba McMillan: received cardon jiuid I81111 were there to. meet him when the I,i, would now prodtit that Ci-rniany; could. on the :LY.th.!I:! The Bradford

August 1st from her husband Private : train arrived. The train wasn't there obtain said 1'.... Local) }
proximately !5,000.000 to repulsed by a violent barrage. I! a military victory, County' Hoard has not jet been

soon us possible. | A Franco-American force pained a Jefferson :McMillan, annoonimg ( very long; but everybody made t1'I I Inner: Lloyd I George; today Tho proiiiHT advised. of the number of men to besurlyhed

ily 30th, Gen :March said footing on the northern hank of the hat he had arrived safely overseas I I( most of'I'ry minute and Wilmot gota ' harai'teri/oil Gt-n.i Foib'.s roiuiUvr ( I by this county or where 'theyare 4 l1 4

> decision river the Bruisne Lieutenant Colonel James Goethe, good send ..IT.i I II ...IT"II"I"II" the most !brilliant in to be! sent. +'
!.States reached a to cast of last evening. -
f.its military program, to It attacked the enemy and took who has been given sick leave is now i: Sergt. Owen .Anders who has liovn' :'|: the annal- of the war." Aftor thiMHifying tho men who registered A

e policies agreed upon at more than 100 prisoners. with his brothers at their big mill near training for( overseas duty at Camp I i I The Germans; declared' the ,premier, .on June Slit tho Local Board w

f inter-allied conference at I Sapp for a short time to recuperate. :I Jackson was sent to (ClIl1Ip1111.: .., N. luiil attempted their land, olTcn.sivo, be'caiiso now has :tli white men and Iii! nogropx
Shortly afterwards the Germans ''
ed of the Richard Benjamin Moore, of Lulu, Y. on July 'JJnd.! Sergt Anders \\'1'111'9'i the submarine olTonsive hud I gin I clasH one Additionx' to I this i. class
up prosecution launched a counter attack with a heavy ,
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eonclufcut '' was ...ntrllnie,1Iomlay.: Aug. 5th, for i stripes for n first class gunner rifTI'I '' failt'd.ylr. lean bo made only by hanging clus-:
it to an early -
ng artillery barrage but could not dislodge
Syracuse, N. Y.. under u call for men man and i it- chief over the -Ith section :|I Lloyd' George; htatod that during s-inVation. of men now ill deferred
I[ the allies who stuck to the I
poI qualified for special or limited military ; of the :IWiilb Tr"'H'h101'1111': Battery. ;;July: :IO.,0K; ( ( ( American t loops had clasHos. This procoKH' in. going on

3,000,000 men arc now I I sitions they had won. service. I While onrouto( to Camp Mills and been !Ii rollht1'1', l'I.*.nllll) of them inItriti.sh gradually, and the 1 board, is thus enabled -
officials think there 1 I The to have I
[ strong '
army enemy appears ; Friends of Pr\t. Schell Carver, who while there he wrote several lettersto ship" to mi'i't the calls made on it.
< 'I i I forces in this On the
A,000,00 neighborhood.
t approximately has recently been operated on for appendicitis ;' his mother, Mrs. Anders, of Starko Since August 1l11.I int lulling those. The new draft law hanging the rigs
in France In order remainder, of the front there 'I
i and '; was comparative in B.i.so Hospital No. 2, :Macon ', in which he told bow he regretted" already with the (-i-olnrs Gloat Hritam I limits, is now |el'ore> ,'onl:""'"". As In- .

rb the present draft sys- ,, calm except for artilleiy Ga., will bo glad; to learn that he''not getting to see her before ho left alone HUH! the premier hud raised for I traduced. it lives 'the ago limits from i V ;'

void calling men who hail, tire is rapidly recovering. I I for "over there," but that all\ ho nsked the a I my and, navy (ti..II.lInli() men for. I I I IS to .la, years There in much difference

emption, extension of the { WADE) IUnI FISHES \1'vt. Kirk Lewis, a former memberf I, was to havea chance: to aid! in the most part vulunlarily! '. The ,,1..1 of opinion among; c
i necessary the Telegraph force and, friend Pvt. I whipping the Kaiser. Sergt. Anders ininions had) contnbiited 1,01)0,000( men and the lull, may bo considerably niodi-. ''
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| March' testimony and American Patrols Brave Em'my1' Lind/oon both of Camp Johnston spent thought it possible that when they II nil India I 1'jr.O.OOO) men. I

ation .received the com- tillery and :Machine Cun; Fire Sunday at the home of :Mr. and !Mrs.J. ('embarked I would be for /Italy. ]; One hundred and fifty\ Camarasuit I Cimtimiod( on !Pago ''') kj ';,

jaineii the impression thatn I London, Aug.; 7.-How American C. Robinson I I :Mr. and Mrx. O. A. Thrower have" marines have been ;h'Hlroy'oI.Ir: I I . ,

between the ages of 1HId patrols crossed the Veslo after the occupation Ruric Wells has been transferredfrom i I the distinction of having four suns Lloyd (Gooigo; : announced more. than PRVT. N. D WAINWRIGHT, JR. j

be subject to military of Fi.smcs is told in dispatch the fith Division to the SupplyDivision 'who are serving the colors Carl Clyilo, half of them in the last year. . rsx
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,the new law it is proposed and is now aboard thc battleship I James Knox und :Maxwell (>. Thrower ;Mr. Lloyd (George; in alluding, to the '
from the correspondent of the
n 18 and 20 years of age Daily :Mail on the American front Carolina His postoflico address i|i nre in France, and Kugene: I Divdea!" subject! of peace, said' that the people. l'rW

in this country until the i dated :Monday. i" Fo..t..l'sslonrOl'. : Va. I I I j'hnwer) i. at Camp Shelby} n.'iir ( lilt,- who made the war wore still in 1'u i ;'

(I "The Germans have fortified num- Mr. Foagle, of :Miller has been appointed t'rsbi'rg' J'iThe following is an demo, and they could not have poarKII < : *

assistant paymaster in the extract fi.tn" a letln written I ly Pvt. long! UK they were predominant in t .'
nTwAINWRIGHTe. her of positions north of the Vesle and ; "
L United States navy. Ho has born in ''!'Earl Clypilc Thrower: "111m so sorry the councils of I the "i-neniy.! EVOMOIUwanted : 1 ;
lose to Fixates, he "Two of
says.
\\nshington taking a course of instruction Ito i hear about Willie Junes' death lie pence, the pri'inier' aiMeil., hilt 1 .
their divisions are in the line here! and .
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'. for overseas duty. a.n,11 wore,' writing to each other quite it must bo a peace I thai was ju-l t anil f "If'
one of them is believed to he a strong
._ Percy Alvarez, of the U. S. N. R., is 'often nod it was sun1 nice to have durable-one; with power! behind it '
on from the reserves of Crown Prince
*:Juppivcht of Bavaria wilting his uncle Mr. N. T. hitch at I.someone over here from your home Until( all the allies were ilrfi-.iteil. al eI .

kiufnrd this week.Mr' Alvarez: un town. Did you learn if he was killedin H"II. :\1 r. Lloyd Geolge; d'-i'lan" i i.!. (;in, '
'' 'Early this morning American I
f' ''' pnr- engineer on one of the transports and, action or llillw die of wounds ? The many could never triumphmerican I .
,. tii"- waded the Vesle! west of Fismes I .
0'.j.. hue already made six trips across. ''ambition, of most soldiers over here .\ ,\r m y to liil.il! | l German; r'
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:- then it flows at a good pace. They
... . ; Corporal Fred K.: Reinhart :JIUI)( Field\ i is to die at the front if they have to In further reference" In. HIP I'mhlmir
were under machine gun I lire from. the I
Signal Battalion Camp Sevier, with .die, and<1 not in Home hospital where in France the premier declared it wii' !
lower lopes of the river and artilleryfire ,
his wife, are spending; several days they annul hoar the guns.; I can too early to nay the German; effort. bin

from heights more to the rear visiting his wifes mother :Mrs Davis, sloop right under n gun that is firing been ,'xhau I.,1.. Tin Gorman still J.
F"'lm! the north Fide the Americans
r pushed on while their artillery shelled near' Sapp. land| never wake. I have gotten use to hail powerful forces in' reserve he t 1\\

The many friends, of IIrllalusVllre ( the muse. I receive the Teloraph regularly pointed out hut it was not Ion early T 1I
the Germans positions intensely. From I .
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Finme1th' American mounted petals, who has been in training in Base IIosiit.il. mill in the last issue I saw a to say that the banco which; they: had I a ,varr .

crossed the river today. Camp McPherson, will be Interested J pictunof some of the boys from on ;MannI!J would. nut again pu'irut' ., ,

to know that he has safely ...rriv1',1 Stnrkr who are with the colors. I ii flu itself. .d -
llun.s Broke and Ran --
over seas and ready for actual ser going to vend you a copy of the "Starrt Thrn"'i'u, naimy, the .premier, .
At the taking of Fisinos >'e.->tenlaythe '' vice. land i Stripes," our paper' printed by the mini would shun be not far short of I I Younger ion of :Mr and !Mrs N. II. J'i
in
Germans fought desperately
.
Pr\t. 11I.'iltIdill: on troop trans. men nf the American Expeditionary: the German; army itself. Wiiinwright. "f Staiki Wax attending j

th streets for some time, but finally port U. S. S. George; Washington has ''Force, and it i is some paper, too, believp The German people and Germany's I I biiHine ', i-ollege" Tampa when ho

broke, and ran, American machine gunner safely arrived in France. This is the :,' me. I have been away from allies l were beginning, i ; to be dmlhisionieil 1 I l left to volunteer, II'.... 11)17! because although -

punishing them severely as they I second trip DeWitt) has made "Over home pnte a long time now and although the premiertin) I nued. In MnrihGermany not of draft age, felt that bin I I\ 1
I fled down the slopes to the Vesle. German ; -
There" currying; thousands of Uncle I would) like to .be hack I don't ; was promi"inlCrl'nt things, country needed. h illl. Is now n nii-in- '.

snipers and machine gunners; are ; Ham's boys to fight for the honor of I want to leave until wo have licked old and that peace was not far ditftant. I her of the CJ M. C N. A. military police .
\ and11'8.: N D. Wain- till in houses in Fismcs although; the
.
Johnston
Old Glory. Kaiser Bill good. I Russia, Haul' the premier had become at Cunip
Volunteered Juneas there for 21
tarke. Americans have been .
Everett; Waide and Francis Halli-\ James Knox Thrower :UJ7: info Mod. I u log to the Gorman feet. The
enlisted corporal hours. '
as a
gan, former Starke boys who are now Dept\ A. K.:. .F., writes, : "I saw Ray people, however ho said had resentedthe
ort Scriven, from there to "Increasing resistance Is expected
| ; living; in New York state have joined White a few flays ago and ho u well. interferenc of Grmany; with them GERMANCREWSSEEK
C. for intensive train- the main line
approach enemy's
,3. ns we
the nnvall'ollsttuard/ at New York I wa sure glad to see him as he is hind" were more and more seeking; allied"help.
few week was advanced of defense. :Meanwhile the Americansare "
City and will see duty on submarine the only Starke boy. I have seen since .
f was next sent to Camp dealing; with the enemy machine hirers and other craft guarding; ; the I left the U. S. We have the Y. M.. ('. | "We will not hesitate to give it tothem CAPTURE I
Anniston Ala. and was left behind the fields of
in
gunners const. A. here with us and we get some to- wherever it is possible," he add'ed. .-

|.to Camp Johnston Dec. I waving corn. :Mr.' W. G. Sheally of Worthington !burro from the Red Cross, HO it i is not ). I -

e served u* a sergeant in I Casualty List GrowsWashington Springs received a letter from his son, so bad as you think it is. I was just j Dealing with the German offensive Surrender Submarines or Seek .
until 12th: when he Aug. 7.-Army and e
July ,
; Norman who is "Somewhere in an given n little Red ('1'011.' .* tobacco kit against Great; Britain Premier Lloyd
Internment With Neutrals.
the ranks commission marine casualty lists today total
.1 a corps Atlantic Port" stating that he was and it is the first good American to 'George; said) at first there were anx-

eutenant lie was then '871, bringing; ; to more than li.fiOO the getting alorg; fine and would like to t.ncro I have had for Roml'timl''p iious moments and that losses! were I Revolt Among Sailors
where he I since the toll I
Va. casualties
ort News total reported
write him of many interesting thingsbut don't know how to thank the people considerable in men and) material But
ned. 'of the Ai ne.Marne victory began; to London. Aug; 7. Rumors of a re.
these littlethings month before the battle ,
for was over
could not mention them. enough; wending us in a ,
F reach Washington. Yesterday the total volt the Gorman; sailors ut Wil-,
; among
:Mr. Lucian Wainright of Jacksonville "Somewhere in France I wrote :t.riOOHi men bud been sent across thechannel '
8H3'; Monday it was 716. liamshiifi-n. protest against continuation
N PRESS was ; who has enlisted in the marine these fines for my mother: I to take the placoH of those
in
of thesubmarine ,
war are
is spending the week in Starke "Over the sea to my motherMy (lost and in six weeks the Germans; had
!STARKKS\ ; FIRST DEFEAT: corps
circulation according to dispatch to
the guest; of his mother, Mrs. Julia A. thought ever lovingly roam. |sheen hurled buck and fought; to n ;
from Amsterdam I IC 'ureported
Ihi Kxprt-MM; }
ESPONDENTcesses The Starke baseball team met its Wainright.: '. Wainright; leaves :Monday Over 'he sea with a greeting; (, standstill. . \ propagandists among the )
I his final That brings her blessing. from my --
take
for Atlanta to examination ; a
of the Wednesday
first defeat season
men incited sailors about to leave on
for the marine. dug out. WINS: : FROM JACKSONVILLE! : P
'afternoon to Merrill-Stevens: Shipbuilding I submarine cruises to attack their ntll- ;
'' of 7 3. :Mrs. T. B. Shirley of Brooker, has I I
the to
Echoed By ; team by score The fast Starke baseball team went tern and surrender their share or seek ,
from her Over the sea with messageA
received letter son, a
lately a
ent Spirit Throughiser's I Starke when held them they 2 came to 1 until from the behind seventh D. I', Shirley, in which he states that hope rendered deep hy pra'er.I I up to Jacksonville on the! 'Jf.th last and an opportunity t., sink neutral them and harbontMore get. h
interned
God; will bring won a double header from the Dixie themselves in 't
home
his turn to across will\ probablycome That safely back
go
The shiphuiders had a
Empire with six runs. Blues by the tune of 7 to :i ami !9 to 3. than riO submarines are' said to
to suit ,
but too soon I me I
had to hustle to soon, none
and
I ball club
snappy haw diHuppt'iired.
behind R. : "
here" The perfect support Epper
A well bring victory
IAug. 1 -The despondent Starke club. The features him as he is becoming impatient to < as
defeat the
Seventy-three of the ringleaders of '
'son in both games together! with the ; r
t latest German press com I were the hitting; of Wall of Starke, \, heavy slugging; of our boys brought; the revolt are reported to have been

_nphuized daily In special who rapped out two two-base hits in :NEAL LANGFORD: ; KILI.ED: nounl'lIIthat/ her boy had been, killedin homo the bacon :Majors was hit hardin arrested and Hotitenrvd to ,Io'ath.Iany:

[from Holland. A ilispat'-h ,' four trips and a fast double by Starke, IN: BATTLE IN FRANCE: !battle on July IHth. I the first while Starke hit freely on others have been arrested at Kiel and

Mail from The Hague to- Kickliter Wall to Kuhl. Private Langford; was a .son of the Katz' delivery in the second., This! is elsewhere, it is! reported. The correspondent

,.i an editorial by the Du- Batteries, Starke-Epperson and Went Aero With First Expeditionary late Sheriff John N Langford. He three straight games from the Jluesand who. send. the reports! udmit.-t, t

,'_richten which says that Epperson. Force lived ,m Starke several years' and attended two of them on their grounds. So that the fatty are conflicting/; and reports f/
king into the future can lerrill.Stevens-Spoonl'r and Cole, school. lie hard to The !behind th.. t
the local high enlisted far the Starke lade have played six get.; men

t to the war. I --.--- Bradford county is called on to in the regular army February, I game and won all, only giving; 10 movement were revolutionary seamen 1

gh it is true the end mighty Senator A. Z. Adkins was in Tallahassee mourn the death of another of her 1917 and served on the :Mexican border I runs to tr.>- opponents and scoring; 41 I who fur Home time have been conducting I

," it adds "it could only on legal business several days that liberty until June, when he was sent with for Starke. ; a movement with the object of
who has his life
sons given
of the week. ; I
the first *
terror as in Russia I during; part and justice shall not perish from the first Amenrun Expeditionary Batteries: First game; Starke-R. stopping the suburine war because or

arts of Berlin says that North- German- the earth. Neat Langford, a braveanl Forces to France He was a memberof I Epperson and W. Epperson ; Blues the increased dangers
The principal organ;
recent days at last have ,' the third brigade machine gun battalion Majors and Cunic. The recent resignation; of Admiralvon
boy who voluntarily
the promising
'
of the majority socialist, Buerger ;
be illusion created by in- Zeitung of Bremen says: "Black and dedicated his life to the great cause, and had been serving at the I Second game; Starke--R. Eppersonand : HoltzenilortT as chief of the naval
Ism, that Germany is in- December. ,, staff Ix declared to have been coo
and
''dark is the outlook. Sacrifices made is the latest to pay the supreme sacrifice front since last W. Epperson: ; Blu<" -Katz ,

i Bays ''by the people are immeasurable and on the battle field in France. lie measured up to the full standardof Cusic. netted with the scandal. Emperor:
people at last recog-; added has abandoned an
William it U
man ( ,
citizenship in that -- ---
those of the fifth year of the war will :Mrs. Alice E. Langford, of LakeButler true American
seal gravity of the situa- ;'Ibe gigintic but no refreshing breath mother of the young hero, received he volunteered his services to the de mother and gave his life in the righ- intended visit to the ,fleet, at William
have the courage to ad- freedom of the hafen this week of the fer.
his made provisionfor teus cause of the because
jjs ,
few from o/ country
I' of freedom blows through; the oppressive a telegram a days ago fence
end
long as the war is not world. He reiti in heroes ment there
: widowed
.won and can be lost." night of our discontent." the adjutant general of the army an- the future needs of his a grave.

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DRAFT ACT ALLIED FORCE 'I Our Boys, Over Here & Over There ] :IFOCH HAS \WON ''CALL FOR 2300



IMS AT MUCH WINS FOOTING _.!J i' GREATEST MOVE MORE MEN FROM

Wm. T. Gooltby, who is serving In get into the iictinilitu-s ol the war

the battleship Texas writes the Teli- :Mr and :Mrs\ I. j E.; Thomas, of :Mille -

REATER FORCE ACROSS VESLE graph that he i is getting, along fine >r, have received a letter from .the-ir, ;; -LLOWGEORGE I THIS STATE i iBRADFORD'S

P'rcyh'ul'e1., of the U. S, N. H, son, Private- Olson Thomas, who has

i is visiting his um'leIr.: N T. Hitch been in training at (lunp Jackson saying -

>ARTMENT PLANS ARMYF AMERICANS WADE RIVERIN here this. week that heli.id armed at Camp ENGLISH PREMIER IS SURE QUOTA NOT ti
; .
:Mills, X Y., and WHS expecting to sail ,
FIVE MILLION MEN FACE OF ENEMY FIRE Ir.I'III't'the transports.. is an und engineer has already on oneof for France at any time I SUCCESS OF ALLIED ARMS YET KNOWN TO BOARD I"SIxTIi1N

I! Wilmot lit'own, out of the popular ,
GROWS 'Til.VT MEN GKIIMXNS; :' made six trips across.Iuwrence .\MIH1CVN: :' MOM \\ II.I. SlINNFLUtLY : : ::' *
|Kr>S10X( ; DEKEVTEI IN: l' 1J.nJ'FIGH'fI'liG boys from l.awti-y. now of .the U. S. i)I i ('OI.IIIU-II: MiLrH:: : ')

JOM 18 10 20 WILL HE LAST :' ov :NORTH' IIUVNCII:' I I Edwards recently enlistee; navy passed in the naval reserves and l has now beencalled : '
TO HE SENT OVEKSEXS OF THE RIVER I Friday ennnitefrom Key West. to another M.\> .\ IN:.; M/I:: ('.\MP III:\ LNS:: x ;
for KeyWest
1 and, left Wednesday
;: navy YII".I] finther. north p'oh.1, I

[u'-hington, Aug. 7.-In urging en- With the French Front in Trance to report for duty. 'ably at :New' "nl'k. WilmotI1form".1 I 1.nndonug, 7. Ge-li Toeh, liy his I'loi..nlii I is called on .to. furnish 'J'iOil:: ), I 1 t}
J. H IJevill Graham; has received his father unit! mother, what time ho counterti" ki hid ..h'jIh...
tar '
i nt of the administrations man- Aug 7 -210: p. m.-( \""nointi dPi e-ne-niy motemeii theiiinn dining 'Hut ,
,p
tr bill extending draft ages to "ess)-The allies' today threw a foneacio.s Utter from his son, Frank, who is in, would be ill Jacksonvilleand, accordingly ha.'I1111,1 iltboiigh the- danger u-; month of August 01 those- loot) ) are

Trance, stating he is enjoying good !Dr. tend! :'011'''. Blown" made, Hot eive.l', "lie would beII ti be-
1 18 to 45; yearn of age Gen Marchtht ) the river Veslo It mi't and up a Mllllgllllltinan > Iw r''H, who are u foilh | .!-lIute militury committee to- (j.'I H'nU'd the (crowns. The enemy health and getting plenty] to eat big family partyloaded up two cars nil the- (l.i-rniail;" geiu-ial:: stag' who the :!.'n.l. The white ntco are to entrain

thc war department plans an I launched a strong/ counter attack, being :Mrs Reba McMillan: received e-nrtl l fund I were there to meet him when the I: \,,uld turn preeliit t that Ge-imany could on the Jt.th: : The Bradford t' r

of approximately 5,000,000, to / repulsed by a violent barrage : on August 1st from her husband Private train arriveel The train wasn't .there' obtain, n military viitoiy' ,'' said I Tie-. ('aunty' local I Board has not yet beenHdiseil j

i Jefferson McMillan: annoommK long but made I"> '''liner ; 'Ihe- , ,
Bisc-d as soon as possible. i I A Fianco-Amencan force gained u very everybody : Lloyd George today prInncr -- of the number eif men to boHiipplied
that he hud arrived safely overseas most of minute Wilmot 'tractori/I'd. 4 i "
I every and gotn i :0'11.(! Toeh's oniin- by this county or where they '
tout July 30th, Gen. March said, footing on the northern hank of the
Lieutenant Colonel James Goethe. good send oil I t'r offensive "".. the most biilliiint, in are to bo sent If 'r
United States reached a decision river to the east of Braisne last evening
sick leave is Sergt. Owen ,Anders who has been ,.- annals of .the ."
now
|nlarge its military program, to / It attacked the enemy and took who has been !given I itl win After\ classifying the men who legistered -

out the policies agreed,: upon at more than 100 prisoners. with his brothers at their big mill near training for overseas duty at ('limpJackson I 1 The Germans, declared the preiimrlui.l on Juno' rith the I."ie-al Board. ..'

inter-allied conference at 1 Sapp for a short time to recuperate I was sent to Camp Mills :'Ii.I attempted their land olTe-nsivi' 1.I l 1.- now has. :Ki\ white nun and til; negroes
recent !
afterwards the Germans
Shortly Richard Benjamin Moore, of Lulu, I Y. on July 2.''HI. Se-rgt: An.Io'rs'lIrs ciiiis I the Hiilimarine," / oll.-ntme' Inn:I I In class one \ddilions' to this class t
to speed up prosecution of the launched with heavy ,
counter attack
B a a -
5th for i stripes for n first class rifleman fulfil '
was entrunied Monday Aug gunner can be- made cmlv by changing cbnsiiVation -
i and bring it to an earlyconclu- artillery barrage,: but could not dislodge Syracuse, N. Y., under a call for men and, is chief over the tth section j i I :Mr loyd (:surge' ktate-el that daring of nun now in deferredclasHcs

I the allies, who stack to the positions qualified for special or limited military i Hof the :<0t>th Trench :Mortar Kittery ',Inly :W..OIII) American tumps had" This I'I'O."M is going ongiaduallv

hile about 3,000,000 men arc nowr they had won. service. I While cnrouteto' Camp !Mills and In'e-n brought' ovrr. 1 ISI.OOO' uf them HIHntish and thi- (board. is I thus enabled -

arms, army oflicials think there I IJI The enemy appears. to he strong friends of Prvt. Schell Carver, who while there he* wrote several lettersto ships to nie-ot tho. mils niado on it.

kl
I at home und in France. In order I remainder of the front there was comparative in Base Hospital No. 2, Macon in which hetold how he regretted
{to disturb the present draft sys- calm, except for artillery (;in., will be glad to learn that he : not getting to speher before he left alone said the Piemiei hid raised, furtin it 'tits the ago limits from 1s'' .,

| and to avoid calling men who had lire. is rapidly reiovermg.Pvt : for "over there but that all he ask army and l navy ,\li.J'.d.Oili:! men for I IN! let lr )'pIII'M. 'riuieis much difforinee rt

i given exemption, extension of the member t'.1VaK to have chance to aid the 'the- .
I Kirk Lewis, a former a in most part veduntarily d l i of opinion among i'ongressnionnnd t
WADE RIVERE.111: ; FISHES:
(It ai;">''* is necessary friend Pvt the Kaiser Sergt Andots, had. contributed ) .'
of the Telegraph force and I whipping minions l.OUO.OOl ine-n the bill may I bo oiiside-iably modiContinuid f. :

rom d en. March's testimony and' \mcricnn Patrols Brave hnemyr- Lind/oon both of Camp Johnston spent thought it pnssible, ) that when they and India, 1 1-ru.tlIl0() )( nll'n.IOn" I

|r information received, the com- tillery and Machine (,un lire Sunday at the home; of :Mr and Mrs. I embarked it would be-1, for Italy hundred 1 and fifty Germantil; -. ( on Pago r>.)

loe has trained the impression that .1. c. Robinson I :Mr and :Mr''. (tI A. Thrower have moor ines have been destroyed, ;Mr. 1-- -_
London Aug 7. How American
l' all men between the fines of 18 j jt I I.j patrols crossed the Vesle- after the occupation HuricVI.lIs has been transferredfrom I the distinction of having four sons l.lovd di-otge" \ aiinounee-d, more I than PRVT. N. D WAINWRIGHT, JR.T4T1 .

.j t:i would be subject to military the fith Division to the Supply who are serving the e-olors Curl Clyde, half of thorn in the last year
of f'ismes is told dispatch
a -
y, under< the new law it is proposed in Division and is now aboard the battleship James Knox und :Maxwell O. Throwerare :Mr I.loyd George; in alluding to the r
from the correspondent of the
e between 18 and 20 years of age Carolina His postoffice addressis 1 in Ti" ime-. and Eugene: Dryden" stibjott of pi-ace', mini .that tho people
Daily :Mail on the American front,
|I he kept in this: country until the FOl'tl'IISIonro..', Vu.Mr I Thrower i is at ( 'amp Shelby n.-ar Hat who made the vr wore ,till in evidi ,
dated :\Iondll '.
I ) Teagle, of :Miller, has been appointed I 'r! "The Germans have fortified num
assistant paymaster in the extract 1..1 a leltiwritten I ly l'\t HO long as thi-y wire, predominant! in
her of positions north of the Vesle and
IEUT. W. M. WAINWRIGHT United States navy. lie has been in I Hurl Clypdc, Thrower: "I 1 am so sorry the. councils of tbii in' my Eviloiie: '
lose to Fisrne. he "Two of
says Washington taking a course of instruction to hear nlieuit Willie .lonos, eloath Me wanted< 'pi-iu-e, the Ir'mi..r, added lull
their divisions the line here and I
., ." are in for overseas duty. und lwon' writingnften to each other ipntc it must 1 le, u ,pence that was just .,mil, r Y 1i

..' .' ,.. ... l one of them is believed to he a strong Percy Alvarez, of the U. S. N. J{., is und! it was mitem, .-e> to havesomroneover '''"'li1,1.--, oriel wilh power. behind. it
'ante from the reserves of Crown Princeluppieeht -
. ".". I visiting his uncle :Mr N. T. Ritch at here from your home Until all the illicit wi'nde,fiatc-il. a n I
t .., : of Davaria
Raifonl( this woe,k. :Mr Alvare/ is an town (Dnl) you burn if he wns killedin sea, :'01 r. I.lo\d Ge-oiiti. the inr,':'. (tiri i

'Kaily this morning American par engineer on one' of the transports and action or did he tit.' of wounds'. ? T hi' many uniM! IIl'V"I' triiiniphmiTHMii .
tu'- wailed the Vesle] west of I Fi nines, '
hue already made six trips across. ambition of most soldiers over hereis .\ Army to Equal: (;.irmiiii

when it flows ut a good l lwere pine They Corporal Fred H.: Remhart, HOI! Field to die lit the front', if they have- to In further referrniito. the, llrhtmir hIew
under machine file from the I
gun Signal Battalion Camp Sevier, with die, and not in some hospital where in FI'IIIII' .the pie-nun' elielaiid, it wn. i V
lower the river and ,
slopes of artillery I ,
his wife, are spending several days they cannot hear' the guns I can too. curly In say the, (;mourn ITort bn. ,
file, from heights to the _
more rear visiting!' his vvifes mother, :Mrs. Davis, Bleep' tight antler a gun:: that is firing/ boon exhausted 'I 1'1 Ge-itiiaas(; si ill c vs '
From the north side the Americans (_
near Sapp. and never wuke I have gotten use to had |iiivverfnl. furies in reservehe. 1
'
pushed on while their artillery hhcllc-el The many friends of Broodus, Ware the nit<.. I reee-ivc(' the Tile-raph regularly pointed, out, but it was not too earl ,
the Germans From I
positions intensely who has been in training in Base: hospital anti in the last i issue I saw' 1I a 'to Hay that tho ilia rid-" which they had. 4 alt -'
!i I.sm", the \merican mounted ols 1
putt Camp MePherson, will be interested I pie tin" of tionie- of the boy from on :March :!'l J would. mil again pu M.niitsolf I
crossed\ the river
today to know that he has safely arrived Stniki who are with the colors, I inn II x _
Hun.s Broke and Hun
.. over seas and I ready for actual service going to semi you a copy e>f the "Stars The Anot','fes nanny, tbi-" pritnii-t- :,
At the taking/ of I lames yesterd.tythe the would far r I Younger of :Mr and :Mrs N. DWiunwriKlit ,
-. i anti Stripes, our 1 paper, printed liv said, soon In not short i" ion ,

Germans fought desperate in Prvt [)"WittIcfiill: on troop transport mien of the Anu-rie-an l KxpeditionnryForce : the Girnian; army itsolfThe I ''Iftn'k; Wan alti,'ndinif e j

Ih' streets, for some time, hut finally U. S. S. George Washington has I: -, and, it is some paper' too, he-I: (ii-rniun pi-oplo' and, Gf-rmuny'i; buHino.i" iolli-gi in 'fUIIII'IIhl'f' ho

broke and ran, American machine gunners safely arrived in Franco. This: i is the Iieve 01('. I have been" away from allies wore beginning to bi- disillusion I loft to volarutcrr. DI-I" l'M7 lii-iaiise-al-

punishing them severely ns they second trip DeWitt has made "Over home quite| u long time now, and 1 although i/i'd, the premier cuntiiiiii-d, In Mirth though not of draft ago, fill that hill I' ,

.._.- I fled down the slopes to the Vesle G..rmlln There," carrying!' thousand of Uncle I I would like to bi- hack I don't Germany was. promising great things e mm try .f..1. him. Is now a mi'm- ,
II .
snipers and machine gunners are Sam's boys to light for the honor of want tei !leave until we have licked old! and. that pence was not far dixtant her uf .the If ;M. ( N. A. military, '.11- .
Bon of :Mr and :Mrs. N P. Wainilfht houses Fismes although the
still in
in the had biionie lue at ( Johnston
Russia( mini >
Old dlory] Kaiser Bill) good premier ( urtip
( ., of Starkc. Volunteered June Americans have been there for 21 Everl.ttlIide and Francis Halh- James Knox Thrower, "Ml: : info MoilDept I I u I log to the ( rmun foil The .

191' Was enlisted us a corporalI hours. former htarke boys who are now A II:. F., writes: "I saw Riiy I people, however, ho said, had resented
gun
I sent to Fort Scrnen, from there to "Increasing resistance is expectedas living in New York state, have joined White a few days ago and he ill wellI the* interfe.r(-ni' of drmany with th..m GERMANCREWSSEEK
iarleston, S. C. for intensive train- the enemy's main line
we approach
the naval coast guard at New York I was sure glad to wo him as h<- i isthe and woro more" and moro seeking alli..1'h.I
f, after few weeks advancedsergeant of defe Meanwhile the Americansare > '
a was:
have since .
City and will nee duty on submarine only Starko boy I seen |) '
was next sent to ('amp' dealing with the enemy machine chasers und other craft guarding the I left the. U. S. Wo have the Y. :M C, I I "Wo will not hesitate to give it to CAPTURE I I II
Clollan, Anmstonla. ., and was left behind in the fields of "
,
gunners
he add
coast A. here with Ul. und we get some to- th"mh'r'vpr it 1 is possible, >

msferred to Camp Johnston I 1I'c. waving corn. Mr W. G i. Shoally of Worthington bad o from the Red Cross, (so it is: not 'red I ..

1 I5. where he served as a sergeant in'I Casually. List Grows Springs received a letter from his son,, 80 had as you think it is. I was justgiven :I Dealing) with the German; offensive I Surrender Submarines or Seek
rvue Co. 2 until July Uth when heI Washington, Aug. 7,Army and Cross tobacco, kit I (; Britain Premier 'e
Norman, who ill "Somewhere in an a little Red I against rent Lloydfionrgo
cived from the ranks a commission marine corps casualty lists today total Atlantic Port" stating/ that he was and it is the first good American to : ; Maid lit first there were anxious Internment With Neutrals.

second lieutenant He was thent 871, bringing to more than 2,500 the getting along fine and would like to Illicit I have had for sometime Wo i moments and that losses wortronsidornldi' I Revolt Among Sailors "
to Newport News- Va. where he total casualties reported since the toll :
write him of many interesting things don't know how tf thank the people in mm and material Hut ( '
now stationed. of the Aisne-Marne! victory began to I.on.Ion. AUK 7. Rumors of ro-
a
: hut could not mention them. enough for sending us those little in n month, before the battle was over,
----+-- Yesterday the total volt the drrrnan sailors ut Williurnhhafcn i
reach Washington. Mr Lucian Wamnght of Jackson things! .Seimowhore in Franco I wrote ::1rO.Offmf'n had been, sent across the among -
was 863: ; Monday it was! 716. mother take the of those in protest against rontinuiitinn -
ERMAN PRESSIS . ville who has enlistee! in the marine those lines for my : e hunnol to places
--- is spending the week in Starke "Over the sea to my mother j i 'lost and in MIX' weeks the Germans; hal| of the submarine war, are in

ST\RKK'S: FIRST DEFEAT corps the guest of his moth..rIrll.. Julia A. My thoughts ever lovingly roam. I boon hurled hack and fought to a ,',r'ulntl..n. according to a dispatch to

leaves Monday Over 'hp sea with a greeting 'standstill.. the Lxpress: from AinHterdiim I It ill
Wamnght :Mr Wamright ,
DESPONDENT Starke baseball team met its
: The _. ported propagandists thpnll'n
-- ---- among
I for Atlanta to take his final examination That brings her u blessing from my
first defeat of the season Wednesday sailors about leave
incited to
for the marine dug out. WINS:' : FROM: J ,\CKSONVIII.ETho : on i.
I afternoon to Merrill-Stevens Shipbuilding I submarine cruises to attack their otil- ,

(lied Successes Echoed By ;' team by the score of 7 to 3, lately Mrs.received T. B. Shirley a letter, of from Brooker her, son has,, Over the .sea with a messageA fast Starke baseball\ team' went errs and surrender their xhipw or seek I

Starke held them 2 to 1 until the seventh to Jacksonville the :'J.lth! last und" an opportunity, to sink them and get
Despondent Spirit ThroughKaiser's I from behind D. P. Shirley, in which he states that hope rendered deep by prayer. I up on
when they came themselves interned neutral harbor
double header from the Dnii- in
will bring
will probablycome That safely back home God won a 1
his turn to across
Empire with six runs. The shiphuidors had a go to suit I Blues by the tune of 7 to :'t t and !U to II.:I :More than Til) submarines are Haul to
but too soon me I
soon, none
hustle to
London, I,I snappy ball club and had to him as he is becoming impatient to As well as bring victory horenoune -." The perfect support behind It. Epper: haw disappeared
7.-The despondentof features
Aug. Starke club The
defeat the son in both games together with the Sf'v..ntythr.',- of the ring-loader of f

'Ie the latest German press CMH- 1 II were the hitting of Wall of Starke, : I heavy slugging of our boys brought the revolt are reported to have been

"nt K. emphupired! daily ir special who rapped out two two-base hits in i WEAL I :' LANC.FOUU:' KILLED: 'ing that her boy hud been killedin I homo the \baron.Majors: was hit hardin arr..st.IIIII" sentenced to death :Many ,

'patch" from Holland. A ,h"pnt'h four trips and a fast double by Stark, IN:' \T1LE IN FRANCE:' battle on July 18th, I the first while Starke hit freely on others have been arrested at Kiel und l ,

the Daily Mail: from The Hague to- Kickhter, Wall to Kuhl. : Private Langford wa. a .son nf the Katz' delivery in the second. This is elsewhere, it is reportc-d.! The torresliofidi ;

''y includes an editorial by the Pudorf ,*- Batteries, Starke-Epperson and Langford lie who sends the admits,
W..ntern".. With First Expeditionary : late Sheriff John N three straight games from the Uluei nt reports

Nachrichten which says that Epperson. Forte lived In Starke several years and attended and two "f thorn on their grounds So that the fttcU are conflicting and reports rr''

ohotly, looking into the future, cane :'olerrill-Stevens-Spooner and Cole the local high school He enlisted far the Starke lads have played .six I hard to got. The? men behind the {

an end to the war --a-- Bradford county is called on to m the regular army February, games. und won all, only giving 10" movement were revolutionary seamen

For though it is true the end might I Senator A. Z. Adkins was in Talla- mourn the death of another of herons 1917. and served on the Mexican bor- I runs to the opponents and scoring .It for some time have: l been conducting II IIwho

Mme quickly," it adds, "it could only hassee on legal business several days who has given hill life that lib der until June, when he was sent with for Starke a movement with the object of

an end of terror as in Russia. : during the first part of the week. erty and justice shall not perish from the first American\ ExpeditionaryForces ,I Batteries: First game: Starko-R. stopping the subanno war because of

The Vorwaerts of Berlin gays that North- German- the earth. Neal Langford, a brave to France. Ho was a member I Epperson and W. Epperson ; IIIu.I ....- the increased! dangers.:

'its of recent days at last have ,, The principal organ who voluntarily of the third brigai'e-' machine gun bat- Majors and Cu lc. The recent resignation of Admiral
boy
promising
socialist the Buerger and
,
attered> the illusion created by InpiMd of Zeitung the majority of Bremen says: "Black and dedicated his life to the great cause,, talion and had been nerving at the I Second I game, Starke-R. Kpporson: von HoltzendortT ut chief of the naval

optimism, that Germany is Inc dark the outlook. Sacrifices made is the latest to pay the supreme sacrifice front since last December and W. Epperson ; Blues-Katz and stuff, U declared to have ,boon con

,cible., It gays: is immeasurable and on the battle field in France lie measured up to the full standardof j, Cusic. nected with the scandal Emperor:
"The German people at last recog- by the people are William it added has abandoned an
that i is
in ,
Lake American citizenship - -
will Mrs. Alice E. Langford, of true
the filth of the war
>ize the colossal gravity of the situa- those of year mother of the hero re- he volunteered his services to the do- I mother, and gave his; life in the' ;;; : intended visit to the /fleet at Williams,
Ibe but refreshing breath Butler, young
.on. Let us have the courage to adr't gigmtic, no few from fence o/ his country made provisionfor teus cause of the freedom of the hafen thin week because of the ferment .
II freedom blows through the oppressive ceived a telegram a days ago
it that is not as long won and as the can war be is lost.not" end' of night of our discontent." the adjutant general of the army an- the future needs of his widowed world. He rests In a heroes grave there i









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:' :. PACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, t 191I

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1if I'ommiers. official! communique in admitting the Sour Stomach and Belching B.\M\STO.\UKCK: : ;:
I I I Roberta Ga
> There is no certainty that the Germans withdrawal near Albert declares the "When I began taking Chamber- Old Kentucky Mfg, Co, Jan, "' 'j''

Week's Summary of the War will find the Aisne a bulwark maneuver was tarried out without interference lain's Tablets three years ago I was Paducah Ky.

I and be able to reform their shattered by the British. troubled most of the time with belch- Gentlemen:
fJ
_, columns behind it. Advices from Par Just what bearing these new offensives and stomach. I also had headaches A Mr. Will Wachtei' ,,: -
:' ing sour "c:
had
i I is indicate that the German linen to will have the fighting frontto some hogs that tt' : ,
on
FRIDAY i illunn Just how far tho retreat of the Germans I and constipation. This remedywas cholera and had given Ina'saving
\II'| i
the north of the river are in a dan- which the Germans ultimately retreat what system needed. It them and I
( Placed in frecarioim 1'ot.ition. will go cannot at present be forecast just my would i '
Y t a ( but with the south line swinging gerous position and they may not be for a stand in the Aisne region strengthened my digestion and restored penny on them. I u"i ., ,
Alliott Make Gains I able to hold them. If this the should the 15-lb. pail of B, ,
but
!I northward in conjunction with that on is case, cannot yet be forecast me t. my former good, health, your \ I .
After a short period of relative calm I the retirement will go on until the allied troops be able to press back the D. Smith Jordan N. Powder: and he has ju.t t .
the toward the : A.
east Vcsle, and with writes Mrs.
for it ,
paid me and
I the Soissons-Iiheims salient the ad\J-i ,' :,;
cm enemy is back again to the lines northof line for any material gains!! eastwardit 1
the French dominating the Aisne eastward Y. Adv'. of sick .
one his hogs g"t .,,;..
central and, western sections of the the Chemin des Dames. is not Improbable that it would dis- "
had
from Soissons, it is now improbable he killed them and r, --
battlefront again have leeR the se''nes the Germans be compelled to So far ua the reports from the battle locate the entire German line in the in his smoke house ,i}n I ti, '
I of mighty sti'uggl< sOn may front show the situation about oouth. Well were as tine as any ht h : :,
take
refuge north of the Aisne. Keeps Hogs .
both sectors the (illicit; forces The American Soissons it is apparent that the Germans There again has been considerable year.
have achieved notable ,grainy' of ;.round advance yesterday was the hills Dr. WtUon' Remedy, l'ebIDo': 1 want to add that hi , t lull
are strongly posted on activity on the Italian mountain front, I ofItltone' !
f to of five miles warms hogs down and
a depth and had not I moor.s and Drev.ntS were. so
which observed! on the war maps now stopped when General) I'crshmir cabled to the north of the Aisne. There may where at several points the Italians |I kln4. Ich afflict condi-hoS.. had to prize their mouth"I. that(.. ,

4 place tho German armies in front of the glorious story of a great day of however be other elements in the situation have attacked und defeated the Austrians lion battens UP k faU"' P..ntn 1 lIood& Sled VM his wife poured the \I" ,,+'!i.p.{. lh L'r

I .them in precarious positions. achievement. which, when reported, will reveal I] i.VV. in llaulil form all soluble, throats.
In battles extending from the region the true situation and its menaceto I or weak, w.l.r g.t. lt..v.r.bar, .ho. *. strong Please find a check in lul' ,f nv"
Numerous towns und hamlets have '
count and with kindest
:
immediately} south of Soisson to the the TtTESD\Y Guaranteed regards s
enemy. |
( been captured by the allied troops during Satisfaction beg to remain..
northwest of I ere-Hn-Tardenois,; and The retreat of the Germans has been Used tor year with uniform Yours
t { the latest fighting; and at some Allies Continue Advance in Spite of Success by practical hoi-raisers. very truly.
+ I southeast of the last named town over points they have advanced from two to carried out with skill, and up until Strong Resistance by Germans; I Sold I under money-back guarantee BANKSTON HKi.-.
.the upper/ portion of the left branch Thursday it seemed to be orderly, if ot satisfaction Ask your druem"will Sold by R S. Jones \
.
three miles. South of Soissons The t supply W.
the Germans now are imposing a for It It h. can
of the "V" salient running ten miles not deliberate. laver, since that time used< gallon prepaid tot t* 00.
entire Crise river has been forded by strong opposition to the further advance Booklet free -
eastward from Nesles toJKtUq; En Tart there have been no of The Quinine Thai uoes na oct
; \\jemm'e I the allied troops; northeast of "Fere- reports largecaptures of the allied troops along the WI..a Remedy c.-e.1I Point. Ile.s the It
dcnois with St.
and ( us its of prisoners and there has Premise 01 Its tonic and In.ot. ..
: en-Tardenois the allied line has been Veslo river from the east of Soissonsto TlVKBKOMOCJUlNINJJlnbtl .i-,
southern base French
AmeYj an, unit been no mention of nnd doc Dot :
captured cannon Quinine cmnc i .n, :
pushed well to the west of Grand Ho- the region went of Rhcimi
"
British back the nnstntrinheat. RemembrrthInun i :
troops hay. pushed It is therefore ,
probable that the German
and.i the of loot tat the denature ol fc. W. <,
armies of the GcjtBuin: crown prince. roy town Saponay has been retreat has been successful Meantime, however the main bodiesof h seta 4
taken. In the center of the N'eslcs n operation the enemy army continue to make
Northwest oGA''ere tho entire elbow
cf tho lino .hero it turned eastwarllIIlong wood is being swept clean of Germans concerned so far The as loss men to and the guns Germans maybe their way toward the Aisne to the UGH CALOMEL MAKES

the northern hunk of the Uurcq by the "French cavalry and American in munitions and materials will be north of which stream they hope somewhere I YOU DEATHLY SIC,
and French troops are pressing the I to reach a haven of safety from
has been Wotted out, making the liner very heavy. Leak For ass sm.. sesssad
Germans hard north of The i.b.i me waaeo Uri seas
Sergy and the the persistent onslaught of the American -
r atraightone from Fero to Harton-
The success of the allies Using
Stop Dangerous
moreover, Dn
hamlet
of Nesles.I'aither .
Trench, British and Italian sol
nes und the allies much better
Diving has apparently thrown the whole German
ground crvrr which to work in further (eastward almost to the plan of campaign out of diers who in less than three weeks I Before It Salivates You!

outflanking Solssons on the southeastand rates of Uhoims, combined forces of There have been large units joint.with- have all but blotted out the SoissonsIlheims It's Horrible.
Untish and! "French
everywhere are 1I0lil'nt.Notwithstanding.
for the prosing on toward Fismes drawn from the northern bottle, frontto
in with sorely harassing the enemy. In this! the bringing into bilious ,. .
the
conjunction You're
troops, particularly support the crown prince's armies sluggl-.7i. !iip, :'
t \' the Americans, now holding latter reg-ion. in addition to Thillois and the German withdrawal across the play by the enemy of large numbers of Reasons and believe you teed vil!<'. 'm eeroca.omel .
the village of VilIe-en-Tardcnoiit is in machine and artillery of heavier : to start liv
Ktrtt&'gic points north and northeast' Ancre river from Albert northward guns your ?r 'j It,
uf sere_ I allied hands, and the Trench arc on the for distance of I tuhbie and the! employment of large I your bowels.
u than three
'In this lighting the allied troops heels of the Germans two and a half miles is consideicJ. by more London to be numbers of picked troops, includingthe 1 Cards Why you the should woman's use Here's my guarantee Ai, ,0.
an
drove out the Germans who had been miles north of the Dorman-Rheims indication that the well tried Prussian guard and the I tonic. for your troubles, druggist for a 50 cent butt .' "i e Jv.
, tenaciously holding positions between I road over a front of nearly four miles. enemy has oblln.done.1 Bavarians; and in spite of the fact ; have been shown in son's Liver Tone and tak HorJ,
from the that section of the pica rely battlefield thousands of letters from tonight. If it doesn't star ,- .
TIessier llulen and the river and took I Altogether, viewed war that the rains have sent the Vesle out' "
the high ground north of Grand ll Ko/oy, maps the situation for the allied forces as the scene of offensive ope of bounds and turned the lowlands into II actual, users who of sneak this medicine from- and straighten calomel you withoitmaking right ,| 1ft:
than und .
pressed! on past the village of Bcaugncux II present n most promising one for rations.MON11.1Y quagmires the Americans and the personal experience. If sick I wan'back : ." '
and arrived before the village of complete success in ridding the Sois- other allied troops have forced crossings | the results obtained by to the you store and f
' Cruniotbclle anti Ciamuillc1. The sons salient entirely of the enemy.Throughout of the river tit a number of new I other women for so many gt' 110
general the latter phases of the German Links Turm'd-t:. S. Ireteips points and the north side of the I' years have been so Uniformly ey.Take
advance was about two miles and 1 on Rood why not calomel today ai '! rr":
Alone
Take 8,100 Prisoners. 1'il: : GunsThu ;
,
six hundred Germans were made prisoner ,- battle tho Germans! have not shown stream are engaging the enemy I give Cardui a trial you will feel weak and ., ,. : na:
i their stamina' of previous days and 1 at German retreat continues unabated the latest French official communication | seated Don't lose a day'd
_..- .,
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The most important gain, however some points the allied 1 troops pnrtietilaily with the allies everywhere in which recently has been extremely II TakeCARDUI a spoonful of harmless, veir ':'b:
the Amcneans were enabled to hot pursuit. modest son's Liver Tone tonight d
was on the upper| |, western point of the in chronicling gains U' laK.t:
"V" southeast of Tere )Ilrre( the village make their way into Gorman positionswith Apare'ntly the situation now has resolved made by the allies says that Mondaysaw I feeling great. It's pert 'j\' nay

of Cieigps find, the Meumere wood virtually no opposition.All itself into a race for the northern only local engagements und that less, so give it to your <'h. .irp.- Ir'

'were taken; a" maneuver which places behind the batik-lino the smoke bank of the Aisne liver by the the situation on the battle front is I I time. It can't salivate -i,OJ, ' tbl-
nf burning towns i8'isible. which Germans, who have been evicted without eat anything afterwards. i 11-1
the Germans; at the bottom of the "V" change Correspondents with :
at St. Gemen in u seemingly precarious seemingly would! give weight to the from strategic positions along' the the allied headquarters' however lis-I The Woman's Tonic ., -- -- --

plight, for from the wood and thevilgc prevailing' belief in the allied capitals Vesle river in the center of the line sert that at several points Mrs. lacy J. Irvin of 210 POUND>o PIGS
,
that the Germans at present are no- and directly east of Rheims which Sermoise which lies
the* allied 1 guns will bo aide to : to the east of Cullen, Va., writcsi With corn above 50 't( :. EI
ruke tho if should ,Vhere near the end of their letreatsiilo seemingly renders necessary that they Soissons and Tismus, and between Fis-
Germans they endeavor "About 11 years ago, 1 their heads off very quickly F" \1
< to mnfc -their way northward A from the Soissons-Kheims salient put the Aisne between themselves and i met and, :Mui/on the French and Am..rI'uns suffered untold misery that takes two or three M 'e. I.

their only avenue of escape, by jin enfilading i there has \been> little fighting in their pursuers as quickly as possible. i have, taken additional' groun.1aCI'oss I with female trouble, bear- get on full feed never 1m. .-. :. 'J''
'
4' :! Jhre. Through the capture of !nnu ttf the war thentni's.rake British I in order to escape further large lossesof the Vesle and have nullified li -down pains head- profit.

the \lou7yere::! wood! the width of the arc continuing their raids on the Germans men made prisoner. I German attacks delivered in an endeavor (i aIie: numbness . I When you are ready i .' 'o;

"V" from the fringes of the forset of in Trance and Flanders! and the Just how largo this bug of captivesis to recoup the losses Between I would go for three weeks shouts on feed, begin with' ., r A

Kontigny On the east has been cut Germans at last accounts were heavily at present cannot be reckoned but :Muizon and thampigny the Prussian : almost bent doable' . Thomas' Hog Medicine 1' car,

a clown relatively to four miles. bombarding the British south of unofliti.il advices from Paris. assert guard again suffered heavy cnsiinltic My husjrnd went to Dr. ly und watch your shoat-, i 1\
fat in rune 'I'l
into hogs m
As has been thc case during the lust the Sommo and, new Ypres that when the figures are made i public in their efforts to hold\ l back then nn fcr Cardul . well over 200 .' I''
going pOll'
( i week the.-t: ri .M "-uwJLL'f 4-B4ub- they will thrill the allied world. Gen. i tagonists.The 'I After t liking! about two high as 210 poiiml'5 I'lirneruge r'

I liiirfflJ'T'ho' advance of the allied troopsbut LTXII.\ Y I Porshini in his communication says I Germans jealous!:: ire guaidmgthis bottles I began; going feeding and l you nut! ,i t

to no uv u''. S.e: the battle of the rimdmits Germans; Peeing from the Americans alone have taken 8,100 i particular part of the line an ad-I around and when I took the B. A. Thomas medicine m'.

z :\Iurne began July 15 the allied troops> .SomxoM.M-Hht\ Sullen prisoners, and, in addition, 155: : guns. vance through which to any I'on-ide'-, I< three bottles' I could do investment. Try feeding 0'-

have taken more than .11,000 Gcrmnnl.ri..QIIt'U. The great salient between :Soissons: After hard fighting the Americans able depth would compel th"m entirely all my v.ork." E-80 hogs on this plan and if \ ,r

._ to loose their hold the I more than please f and l Kheims, on the AiMie-Mame front, and French have succeeded in taking on territory
\Bettteen'SPrittger and Cicrges, respectively in which terrific fighting has bren going from the Germans the important town in which they are entrenched around, the cost of the medicine. .J I W trk'I

f northeast and l southeast of on for two weeks has. been virtually of Tismes, once Germnnj's great ammunition the shell torn city of Khcims In addition I & Son.-Adv.

Fe-ro the Am'r','ll >4.hltve made goodly cut out by the allied forces and supply depot midway on to the heavy infantry actions
gains OVU_M four-mile front and to Trench cavalry patrols. now are operating the railway between Soissons and here violent bombardments ulco are in I - -- --- -- -

have puaY 1I..1 further beyond Sergy and along the railroad running between Kheims! while to the east at a numberof progress.It .

t reached! within a mile and n half of the these two cities, constituting places along the Venle river theJo"ren'h is not expected in allied military'! I JOHN. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

;village of Chamery the two pivotal points of the previous have crossed the stream driving circles that it is the purpose of the

The Get'man are bombarding eav- German advance American troops the enemy northward. East of I Germans to turn about and face their LINLOLN HULLEY, Ph. D..tllt. D., 1. L. D., President

y ily various positions held by Field hold the outskirts of Fismes, the great Soissons iilliod troops have negotiatedthe I enemies south of the Aisne. The hill

Marshal ling's men who in turn are supply base of the German army passage of Aisne to the northern region to the north of the Aisne- DeLand, Florida

answering the fire of the enemy guns which tho enemy strove with utmost bank of that stream where they are in probably the old! Chemin lies Dames Send for
now
a catalog
and keeping up with much success'' strength and determination to hold ; a position to harass the enemy as he battle front-Is considered the more I

their annoying raids.into tho German allied advance guards, have reachedthe endeavors to straighten out his line probable sector on which the crown !! THE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT--Drawee" of Mn.lcr of Arts and Sell' ,

lines. 'I' southern bunk of the Aisne, and in conformity with that running north prince will elect again to test the mettle THE THE COLLEGE COLLEGE Oh OF LIUER\L ARTS FOR MEN-Twinty-one dir rtmi-n|. .

According to the claims of Vienna : the force of the combined thrusts of westward.So of the men of Gen. Toch's com I torte' ", LI11ERAL ARTS FOR WOMEV: -Woman d,'an, mpnrol OIl'I
I
,the Austrian troops in Albania have French, British and Americans! appears fast has been the retreat of the mand. I THE COLLEGE OF IAWGrR.Jual" practice in Horl.la without. MBmlnat'

compelled the Italians to give up a great enough now to drive the Germans in the center that already It is not beyond the realm of i THE CXLLFGE OF EVGINFERINQ-Courir. In Engineering I leading to durTHE ..
possibility I
considerable portion of the ground Germans. back even beyond the Aisne some elements of their forces have that the COUF.GE tOR TEACHERS.p...l lly for Florida tfnchem
greater portion of the i THE } .
COII.KGE OF BUSINESS .,
\ they won in recent fighting. It i is arrested to the deights of Chemin des Dames, succeeded in reaching the northern western battlefront may soon undergo I THE ACADEMY-I.n.I'R.. for -nil Bitnklnir hlxh-itraile, Bnok Ciilltmi.-.keeping, Shorthaml.\ Typo u

I by the Austrian war office that where powerful defenses must then be bank of the Aisne and getting numbers material changes in positions. From THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS -For boys and young mon.

i J the!, Italians are being pursued by the faced. of their big guns across with the southeast of Amiens near Mont- I I THE SCHOOL OF Vt7SIC--PI, pipe organ violin, v"lcp. harmony ch" ,

r 'I ..iujtnans.. If Doth east and west the allies on Snturclav them. clldier northward to the region around I THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS

.. .., increased the speed of their advance All SPECIAL ATTENTION 14 CALLED TO
through the salient towns are Ypres the German front I. Thu
seems all a- Pn-llminnry Ceune In .
fo.j j S.tTtlRI.tYI AurlcultureHntnny. umber' Organic R'' I Ilo
: 11 distance of more than mx still ablaze behind the
retreating Germans tremble with expectancy. In addition I eh ml.try quiilltntlve and l qunntitaliv. analy.l. Agricultural' "
French. Take hoixHoiiM; Americans Advance miles being gained at certain and, Miniraliiiry,
I I .. points. even cornfields have been to a retreat near Montdidier to the I Geology ic
,; Five Mili-s The line has been so .straightened as set afire in order to prevent the allied 1 west bank of the Avre river, retro I -'. Th /Pre-Mudlcnl.' Course Phynlolnxy.! Bluloiry! Anatomy BncUrlolmtur.loay ,"t

The IISH: i in the allied offensive of to escape the danger which previously troops from garnering' the ripened grade movements in the face of attacks I try CJunliintlve Botany and General l Chem ntry. inorganic Ch.ml.lry Orllal

the Soi'fsons-Kheimt, salient apparently threatened the southern bend from crops. around Albert and an evacua 1. Tho Courao for 1t..II"lou.Quantitative WorkerIn Chemiilry.Biblical literature hyiln. History. Ercholoiry .,

hut been reached. French troops :Soissons:'; of being enfiladed.Notwithstanding The fighting (along the Vesle river tion of territory over a front of half Pedagogy Ethic,. Louie and Th..l.m.

have retaken the towns of Soiisons, the difficulties confronting was of a sanguinary character as longas a mile north of La liassee canal the I I Il l I -JI
*' he western anchor point of what re- them, the allies are bringing it lasted. With the river at the Germans are nervously bombarding \

Iinains of the fumoin> salient and all up their guns almost as fast as the freshet and the Germans unable to British and French positions at various ,

JulonlC the tKrrtj-Hix miles of curving Germans are withdrawing! theirs and I ford it, they stood with their backs to points" possibly with the idea of ...N-W *...M .t-i.j.i.I'
i'llttllline' from Soissons to Thiller. all the roads over which the Germansare :i it and gave battle for their lives. A ascertaining their strength. The Be- ; ; ; .,

Vhich lies. shout three miles west of retiring are being subjected to the majority of them were killed and the thune La Bassee IIazebrouck and the :i HOT WEATHER

Kh>ini3, French American and Hrit- I heaviest bombardment. I' remainder were made prisoner. One' Ypres sectors are being particularly i

U-ik.troops have pushed' the entire enc- Coincidentally the British had regained of the most important maneuvers to chosen for the attention of the German .

.11'IfII' front and aunt the Germans bnck- important ground west of the the north of Vesle was the penetration artillerymen. :f NECESSITIES

s fw *il .everyvvhure in precipitate te- Ancre river, where the enemy also is by the French to the village of A German submarine has sunk the : i

rllltL Over the battlcfront the allies retreating.The le Neuvillette which releases the British ambulance steamer :Marilda as '
,by quick and l forcible methods of decisive blow of the battle be- Germans hold the f .
on- I on northern edge of the vessel\ was homeward bound from : With the coming of hot
weather
;'iUKht) have deeply indented the G> r- |I twel'n the :Marco and the Aisne appears Kheims and seemingly delivers the France with sick and wounded. A : yourself with the you should provide :

j atlas Mleft-nte line for splendid lCainli. to have been deliverd 1 Thursdaywhen cathedral city from the German menace large number of incapacitated '. necessities to make life more com- :
la.WIi"'min'ly foreshadows the no- the allied lines at Hartl'nnes. killed men : fortable. I have a full line of
were by the explosion of the : :
esfJ! ; Qf\ the eventual retirement of northwest of Kere en TnrdenoM 'I I With the Germans now thorouChly'lInfJulsh..d i torpedo or drowned in attempting to :: FREEZERS WATER

,alas k I' 's oJ the German crown prince I i The whole German line hud reel' \ thus far on the Soissons- leave the vessel in small boats. Severn :* Full line of COOLERS :

to mprPiteimMo ground in the north !'I j pivoted on this point and the allied Rheims salient eyes now are being Americans wire on board and one small articles. :
The/yiairts behind the northwestern'(i success there the entire Teuton turned to the regions
put << in the northwest of them is missing : Screen home
your to i
I portion c.the battlefront now are en- i I j I fori'.. into what seems to have boon'disorder '''on both sides of :\miens Here the Submarines again keep out the fly and the mos :
offthe qui to.
p tirelv ili>mJS ;.it<'
:-in the smiih the I French nnd .\merif As the result of the allies sens- 'their hard pressure against the armies I toant where an American tank steam- :. your wife's temper by buying a :

4, ns have ni< i.)tinted aloe*t all of the dental ndwimp SIHCP Thursday they : of (down, Prince Rtipprecht of Bavaria ir has been sunk! and ofT :Nova Scotia :E BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE :

hjjl and forestiJ-ountrv and nn cnpcr I now hold the line of the V'eslo river i anti have forced them on two where a number!> of small craft have Z No hot sweltering days
tl t cr.chin. eptlilv toward tW from Kheims. = over a wood stove. Cook in :
F'il.Jnf' ut (least as" far as lirnlne.rtoyoml highly, important sectors to rotrent. J been sent<< to the bottom. comfort
,\ rii'w.iyvhi'e!! on the cast tho I this town the situation is some I II Southwest. of Amie'tis on the oil'' 1 : one of our oil stoves. :

British anti hn-nch'uro almost astride j I what obcdre but it is. known that the ,j :Montdidicr sector the (Germans; have (Continued----on. page eight) 4 .
the Khclms s"i--on"- .Ii\wny\ and have ',' fillies are on the hills / I r
overlooking the )fallen back across the Avre river over It costs no more to maintain a sow .. JONES HARDWARE j
their Run MI m'd'that, the enemy i.1 I V..sle"aIlI'Y to the ,. !
r w st and southwest I i'At wide front, whiles northeast of cityof that will farrow eight pigs than one j I J ,
guru to be "nr.y! tried 1I'1.ho endeavors I' Vinziel the allies hold the south : I Amiens, in the region of Albert a that will farrow only four. If you have l :: Starke
# to tack and gain haven of refuge bank of theillnl' I Fla.
pros !, and their lines e--I/ .similar retrograde movement hu: been a small I'l'oducefatttn her for the I' :

along the \Vsle river. tend westward through Soissons: to made! across) then t'e. The German market. 9 MH- N.H..t-t'N.t 3 H'.H.t-NII "t-i..tt
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, 1918 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, bTARKE. FLORIDA. PACE THREH N

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- -- - of a (great many women throughoutthe which they I have Crow .
-- upon came. myself plenty of food. There I 1:1:

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. country should! be classed as ;-r- Soldier Letters nil hopes of eating! Christmas dinner scarcely a month in the year when t I

wasteful is undoubtedly! true. with you folks and my hopes are based some\ crop cannot "be planted in Flor-

( ----------.1.> That tinwool made into socks, on pretty substantial grounds. idt r r

I sweaters helmets anti wristlets for I I well located and -----. -- -- -- '
| Live State News :Mr. John I tun get good I 'K'
{ the Red Cross is wool wasted ia absolutely Shriver, of lirooker, received '
|meals ( ll.lnil ,Tl.lin'1'aliloln Ii
: the regularly.: y work is a good R'
L--I: fulse. Surely is betterpoitmn following interesting letter
no one in l
? line too one which I have always wanted Chamberlain's' Tablets are intended! .
1
from his
I son, J. Lewis Shriver Au.
needs on
l to judge the of soldiers
Told by Our Exchanges. nth in the branch of my wOl'k-'loth- especially| for stomach tl'olhhhi! ;
than the commanding officers in the gust : siff
I'
I ing. I have found that my past experience iousness and constipation and hove I
June :'Uht 1IS.!
which
camps in the soldiers arc located.
this line mot with iiuuh in the
- in enables me to succ-ess treatment )
I. The Red! Cross the need Pear Pad:
I supplies
''lie cotton growers of Lake Mar- which take place in :November. A of the soldiers these It has been several days, or perhaps handle it much better and at each of those disemsoH. IVoplo who f ,
in only
on
camps
anti Sumter counties have formed I comprehensive display of the machinegun time that I have been questioned as liim1 stilTeic'd for years with stomach
order of the and weeks shoe" I have written letter
commanding officers you a
:Middle Florida Cotton Growers equipment now being used in the the fait remains that the entire output I however us you know mother has to my fitness for government work I trouble anp have boon unable to obtain ;

ciation.he army will be a feature of the exhibit had have each time mentioned this \\...wk.I my pcrnmncnt relief have boon lent't 2'cure
) of the women knitters of the one quite often that is, I have 1
country -
There's a plan on foot to have a train written them but their expert' to have much work in the I pletoly ;ltby I the use of these till>-
as to safe
not
was sufficient lust to arrival
farmers of Jackson county are bearing a portion of this exhibit makea year supply I I next, few days on account of the great lots. Chambisrlnin'H! Tablets aro also
the demand for such knitted cannot 1 say. Each time I write
of the fact that articles demand for "hi If. great value f.Jr biliousness Chron .
proud we are round of the several county fairs. one to her I mention new My outfit has' I"f
ordered the something '
officers concerning
by commanding -
Jiave a flour mill located in coun- the I tile responsibility of supplying a div constipation) nlny be permanently
of the you or business
United States so you
and the wheat acreage continues tow A glass factory to be capitalized at army.If can see that have not been ision of men so you can draw upon furi'd by lakingIt"niimberluin's Tablets t
it becomes that you slighted
true the wool situation '
fifty thousand dollars is planned for your imagination as to the amount and observing the plain printeddirre'tmns
the least
or in
forgotten. No :
is forgetting
so intense that the Red I Cross ,
Tarpon Spiings. Local of work it will require. I with each hottlc.-T-Ailv.I I .
men to am conneoted -
are home ,
needs cannot be supplied byl ni;> will be the last thing :
except I
Itounty has gone over the top in subscribe twenty-six thousand dollars failure to supply the for me to do, because I have long !(!I with the 2Sth division nmfvvo .

Savings Stamps, the only county and Tampa interests are to take twen government: realized that home ago ||I have five men in our nllU t. This makes Piiu't waste an.v timo fooling with '
circle ; ,
needs then the Red Cross which I my < and lowed II
Florida that has done so. ty-four thousand dollars. A large and comes second to the government now will ones are the dearest earthly( \possessions | I things very ,convenient on account of fake hog cholera ..Ul.*.. When sickness

fourteenth in valuable a small number. overtakes herd\ call this
rls deposit of silica has been your
not be' able to secure' wool. Until that | to me. And l now that I +
found near town and the 11111// Had there's county agent or some competent vrtoriniman. -
new company time which we do not anticipate, all separated so far from them I so many of the boysbuck
Julcounty's( grapefruit crop for to develop it. ; home that have .
proposes hidden
stantly keep mind in a fear to '
women knitters should be urged tocontinue my thought! of I A
I si, axon lust closed brought! the big- their work without you both. I come to trance, hilt this idea is rent I II Piles'W'
in the history of that sec- The first bale, of this ear's of being in
t
price j crop I ly IIhsu 1'11. Thcie'
Pad there is nothing\ ( here
oxer
the least degree upset siuh articK's. just one thing that I
ihout $1,000,000 according to the short staple cotton sold in Savannah ) by thnt ooiild r)ru>!il!I,'. n-tiiml niom-y If PA/O DIN'1MKNT fit I Intittliri I t
would like tn mention about this I possibly cause such sensation I
well written a .
and well intentioned, as country llrh 111g. Illlllil Hlrndlnil or I'ritlrililllltt IMIrn.Inntnnlly
Ga.
fni. :.Metropolis.ici i was shipped from Sanford Seminole the one referred to. over here that I have perhaps; left when ono views it in reality.Of rtMli'vo' In hum' rili-n I mid: you. mil ttftrrmtul
BHH-Uudeir the lust II rrlcoikiu
>9iiuiiii
ai >
The
In'' cmmty cotton ought! tGl I -----:.-.---- out of nil m>' .pievious letters and that ( coin-so 1 nm anxious to !got home. .
'1 mill is now established cents: a pound and was sold to }1:. \... I lilt -T -j'r-:
total rice I HINIM :NE;%':S 11'11I':; : T\MII\' ; is the rtliluay; systems of Trance. I just us long us I can fed satisfied 'hninlx'rl.iin'H'
lintThe aCI'I'IIris ]loonthul.: the '
Belgian consul: at Suvunn.ih understand' that she thai you and mother are not When need leliaMnjni\
I Lt> l l.l TIMKS boasts of the most worrying. you a good: -
e than 800( and more is being plant. who will have it put up at auction atom! I 1111)1 :
mo perfectly for II1I.sdL's'
complete system of railway ill tho contented to inenl MOI-OIIOSH of I the

The first silo in the county has I' and sold! for the benefit. of the The most war news:; and l the bestrtr I world I and although! it i is operated on a II,'mam here until the job is: finished. sprain, or to relieve ihoumatic ,pains, !
filled entire
with !
and :
Belgian relief fund.
1 ompleted news hire been the consistent policy of slightly dilTiMent, scale from' tho ones old all the polishing. tomliOH, added. "trp 1 CluiniliciIain's Liniment. It is,ex-

The Tampa Daily Times since the in the States I shall I be compelled) to 1 shall nave many intoroslmg tliinirH! 'I'll'lIt.-A.I\) ..
Application for a pardon for former .
ne-ola snloon keepers have sign- collector The Times recedes the full day and admit this fart First her networkof to toll, jon when I .get back. (things -- .---- ---
city tux of Tampa John L.
Inn night) reports of the Associated 1 Pressover rails reach practically every town that never have reached. you otherxvlso :Seeds:; will bo Bcnrc'or next your than'

agioement! to dispose of the Hollingsvvoith, now serving a five loused wires it is a full memberof md hamlet "I'IIny mention, in' the entire T shall bo 1 in a position to toll ...I'nil they worn this. It will be the 'piu'i of
K .>' liquors on hand, cancel all or- ;year term for embezzlement! of $:J9000 I.- wisdom, for farmers and I ga'rdoucta ..-
additional I I'I' the Newspaper Enterprise Asso-. ('ulInt r.y. One never .si-. "M. .... few this dope that has filled J the -
; for liquors and go out < ) which was to have been presentedto nowKpai Nit er tile dost I I mimploH and take "goodonto
I I'I ciution and receives the stories of houses t .11".1\,1, fur,
in omvicinity that a | i r-s moioly the sake of fillingMince. !
of them
'' 'nosh within sixty clays, leaving I Ii the board of pardons nt its next:
many trained correspondents at the train does not JUISM. Ulion they desire\ When ono gets heie, it's
i I rainy - --- -- ---' -
.1" hone' dry I Ii meeting, August! ts( has been "
I It drawn it is announced The 'ith-I front. It also prints the best pictul'l'sIIn.1 I to travel it i< only a few steps downto I then to got nil (tho inside ,dope, noiei_ For Indigestion' ConstipationltllioilIIO.tS or

mnps. a well roil*) iivtcil and equipped do- s.irv to convince'e them of a fact w e : '
hi' preached a sermon on j it
i was stated will probably! be
"Tho Kai "I' and Gl'rmlln'| ( at later d.itc. presented Few new>papori outside of the l.irg-! pot. !Now fin. jou lo HOC Homo of thi-si- tare working uomlois with tho 1 rapid JUKI try nni filt-i) "out buttle of LAX-FOS

i 01 i Sword of the 1.01'.1'1 a eat .cities equal it in the quantity and trains! you umild' no doubt have n good """Irrll't ion and transit of ai'raplrinv| WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid( I J)1 II CNIVO| j
|
I quality of war news. none the laugh liecaiiso they hi' In Lax iliv |I';" i mil In lake M.nlo and
!I' ,mini', former Methodist The street railwaj lines of Jacksonville )prints are very small in re. any places I have .soon tlieniveiy . ,
mil il It" lln, Turin Mcilii
,, news nny quicker.Tim conl'tJ'ul.tiOIl. Some of the cars have thicKly dotted ,MI',in--* the -is ., re. '.mm. public by -
vNow f
indicted at will be takon
,, > (Daytona, was not over under government : i I I" nunmlavlnrr, < nfl.iixnllvu llronnlljuiniiii .
teadig public has [been quick to a capacity in cubic feet about the : l'Vl'I'Yh."re ho 1
thisk one goes( ( bum ?r
,
of hold fRED
uli 'i in' fe.lemlcourt operation. This has been definitely indliiiivi( 'lastoU-ss l'lull TimidANTISEPTIC
I appreciate The Times' splendid newsser.i. same as a motor, truck at home. The the I Liberty motor penetiatis I linn' _
'1 Ji"'i.sonville. decided by I President Wilson, . ..---- ---
. It in I now one of the most locomotives are" many of the older type c.irs. -
who has disapproved of a proposition
Flu . being made for the plant- put up to him by the war labor board widely lend dailies in the state. -that is they. would 1 In1, classed as I must stop" now, but don't, get nil CROSS .'

of liD acres to wheat in the IJver-: that oil street railways in cities whore The Times will lie. sent to any address this in the llItl's. and many are built easy about lilY next loiter bociume" it

deN section of Florida. Jackson there nre wage! and, other disputes for $11(! a year or $1.60 for three large and speedy I will bo. along before. too great. a interval .

Jnt\ farmers will plant u large! should be taken over by, the government months. A subscription to it is the These being operated, on all the t likes place. 1 tty and, make it a o
best way to keep up with the war.Adv. .- main lines. Practically the truckis f
point to write
the winter
eugi in wheat coming! and operated through a commissioner regularly logardlohs of

? number of small acreages will of public utilities to be appointed .-8-9-tf. double und rock ballast, therefore everything else. I in

f planted in different parts of the by. the president. The waste of effort a througlv egress: is capable of making iivo: my best regards. to nil tho folks HEALING ; t .
through! unpractical fifty or sixty miles hour. All
|te for experimental purposes. methods of farming- per and please] don't forget to mention my t
guesswork communication of the
:Mr. I. Z. Zolma a citizen of East and carelessness and linos is carried few words to grandmother.' I
( n disposition -
on by telephone .
\nnouncement ia made by Presi- : 1 Pnlatka has invented a hoopless and to resent public effort throughthe no tc-Iegniplu,' instruments With much love for .
yourself and ell'
at all This syitem is indeed ":.x Kin itiior is i i i.i. II 11.1'
lit Z C. Herlong of the Florida i nailless barrel to be used for the .hip work of demonstration agents! mother, I nm A frnlrnmc/) nnhifiilic, And braliug, Association of ping of and other vegetables is one of the tragedies of the very rflloirnt Their block signals arc lift A iirrtnu idn! loiMiinnt who I:h llivr* promptrclirlfrtini \ '
te Swine Growers' I ] potatoes age.! all '' ) Your nffoc tionate son, ,I HI IIOB,| nm. .. wtillcn alnuds: : and all i mill- ,
next meeting of the association j ]Mr. Xelma in partnership with Ed.M. ----.-- 'I'all'lutomati'ully and at each I cuU''r.iul>lci. 1 I. make ti.001 I Ifiidt Jaily,
Contagion is careless crossing a bell signal gives winning .7.1.5. A ft.... ,' f
spread by n
.i.h will be held at Marianne Octo-i; ); Ernest of 1'alatKa, hall bought a I _.n L.nouIStor.s .
'oughing' and sneezing when n tram is ,
Hilly Sunday approaching. This is
9 to 10. In addition to the prog- : sawmill at Ol'lIng'e111111: and the manufacture follows ) I'arl' {I':. Thrower, who is one "fIal'k's Cub Bra ArK, Cnnittniiy.I'M alsuuf.cur.ta:
done ,
n good plan. lie asks ly electrical devices in connection ONVILLC: ILOKIDVCKOUINfi I :
n. which is now being prepared the I I 11 of the barrels will be begunas those of his audience who are compelled with the rails soldier' boys "Over There,"
Ihu wheels making --------
is considering holding a : soon as the machinery can be In- writes the Telegraph the
monition to cough to hold n crumpled I up II circuit >:ow, after I navy 'l'nti'n following h IKKiSFor ::; i
swine auction at this meeting. I i iIhi stalled. They purpose to take the tree handkerchief before the nose and ed l what I have: rnncurnit the letter: u hog to be piolitablo h he must

from the forest and start it in at the mouth. of r |1'1'1'fe'tnl's" Somewhere in )Franco, lie kept. growing from birth to marketing q

i saw and bring it out at the other end the Trench railroads, I nice lie cannot In )profitable
make --- June
government is to an exit ] --- 10, I 1I8.!) !
would /be !
f'olighlf: I to at HUH unloHH lie lie l
HAMI'TOVMrs. : :; j. see moment m I healthy Sun always
: i iJIELI'I in finished barrels Editor; '
at the state fair in Jacksonville 1 a real 'JOtli century limited Telegraph: : be in u J prollt-producing. condition if
(Pear Sir:: I have just received be fed, A. Thomas Powder
II.
American a. IH Hog
V. R. I'revatt left Saturday train roll up for ale to board. I II J
copy of the Telegraph and, was sureglad Wo pi>sitiv< ly tell you that this remedy ,
I'L HINTS:; TO llOl'SL'-: 1-3 cup corn or cane syrup. far Jacksonville where she is the guestof am inclined, to bcdovo that when choloiti' worm
to get it, for it is. just like a big prevents removed .
WIVES Whites of one or two eggs. relatives.Mrs. she arrived much attention would he otter from nil frionds. anti cures thumps If tho powder

Boil syrup! until it makes a soft ball Thos. I Dyal and, Mrs. W. O. attracted by all the natives who were my done not niiike "good, wo will. Sold by

Use as little sugar as possible but in cold water. Add this lowly to the Rogers\ are home attain\ after spending present and no doubt that much comment I have been J gottinp: the ,pnpor regu- K. S. Johns.-Adv.

time' to give the family sufficient well beaten whites. Spread on puddings several days in LaCrosse. would be flouting around concerning burly, but have failed to 'thank you. fort The Strung Withstand tie Heat of

jd I satisfying food. or pie, and brown in a very "low Bioudus Hard, of Jacksonville accompanied its lorfectnoss. it, but I have appreciated' I it very much' Summer Keller Than the Weak 'q

The' following: are recipes making oven. by Ortho I'hillips and l Jas. I wish that I could mention something and certainly enjoy rending it. (
(iii imipln, who nm .101.. end yiiiinHnr pnipln
i, of sugar: substitutes which haven Dover spent the week-end here the about the conditions' of the. war Wo have been in France over six whiinrfl weak will lieHtriinitlheiiiil Mini vnitblril lullolhnmnh
YOUR
"'ompiled from various/ War Pub- SETTLE: : I)1:>;ITTE; !guests: of E.: E. Hardin. but this, ns I hove often state I, is months now and all the boys are still (ili-prrnnlnit' first of" mimiluT liylukInill.KOVKS -
rAS"IMr-Vi:: 'hlll IONIC,1. It purillraand .
Eco- The friends of Luther Wat prohibited, and nothing will be, allow In the best of health unllI better spirit <
Jations and) tested by the Home many erakh.s. t be MI".|and InilliUuwllin whole.y.- '.
|mics Department of the Florida Recently there has been quite a few tenon are glad to know that he is ed to pass. I guess that the pipersat <'d bunch, of men could not bo' found Inni. You rail riiniu Inul lm Strnnilllinuluil, Invlilural -

nte College for Women. street arguments concerning military convalescing nicely after undergoing home show just how the Americansare I anywhere in the "slutou," as the boys lull, Hlwt alit1)iarrhla'a,'. -
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Lemon Tic facts. To settle some of them the following tin operation for appendicitis on doing; thu Huns in the sectors, ,over hero call home. We have beon athe Quickly Cured f

.: tablespoons cornstarch. terms are explained in a recent lust Saturday at Roger's sanitarium where they have encountered. them.I front for sonic time now and have "I 1 hlvl been in the practice of /inedicino -

1-4 teaspoon salt. magazine article says the St Petersburg Jacksonville.Hallie And in fact every Cermnn: soldier, has lad Home pretty exciting times. Justn for forty yuars" writes Dr.) I U.)

I..! cup cold water. Times: and ernie Haywood of New much dread of the boys in the olive few days ago wo witnessed a battle A. lost, Uiirnwoll S. C. "I conic t<. y

1 cup corn syrup. An army corps Is 00,000 men. lirnnr.clcs Tex., are the guests of Mrs. drab :M' the front !..." iuse they do not in the air between( n Frenchman and this pi anlust March having pur.I'IIIIMI.d -

Kind and juice of one lemon. An infantry division is 1D.OOO men. f>. W. Swindul. try to t'ik. prison,<"4 so much but jus' I 11 i'rmlln-the German falling several u plantation ton miles from t

Yolk of two eggs. An infantry brigade U 7,000 men. ,V. G. Seals was a business visitorin try and wipe! them all out. I have I hundred foot his. machine in Humes. hero, am preparing to fII"V'irlto it I 9

Vanilla few drops. An infantry regiment is 3,600 men. Jacksonville Monday.Wm. heard some very (encouraging thingsin It is getting pretty late and I must and. shall practice there. 1 rind dinr'revllh'nt. '.

Hissolve rorn starch and salt in cold A field artillary brigade comprises C. Haywood of South Jacksonville the last few clays from follows who ,lose, thanking you again for' the paer. ihoen' in fact bocumn nffecleil -

iter Put on to cook stirring con- 1,300 men. ,," spent Sunday here the guest have been up and witnessed many of > I am sincerely yours with it myself saw n notice of

mtly: when it thickens add syrup. A field l artillery has 195 men. of friends. the performances in feet played a EARL C. THROWER: ('haiiihrrlnin'M, ( '"Ii,' and, I DiarrhoeaKomody e

il for 5 minutes. Add the grated A firing squad has 20 men. Jay Alderman of Lake Butler was star's part in the act. I have hud the Battery K.: 15th F. A., bought a small bottle and I III" it 1

tit, I and juice of the lemon. Remove A supply train has 283 men. n pleasant visitor here Tuesday. pleasure of being in a few sections A. E: F., via New York. /good." Adv.) ,

"m' stove and when slightly cool add, A machine gun battalion has 296 Mrs. M. L. Watterson and Mrs. K. whenthe roar of the distant artillery -

the well beaten yolks of eggs. Kern B. Watterson spent Sunday in Jack came lumbering over the d.'wey

t", stove and cook a few miputes men.An engineer's regiment has 1,098 sonville the guests of :M. L. Watterson. grasses in the dead hours of the night.

water. Add va.j I have traveled much during; my short I
(Ier over boiling i
Ha md set aside to cool slightly. i men.An ambulance company has 66 men. Rev. Thomas of the Holiness faith period over here and I hope to continue PATTERNS to

Add filling to crust that has already A field hospital has 55 men. delivered two sermons here Thursdayand this until I see it all. Anyone ,)tlie 1

detachment has 13 Friday evenings. would lie much enthused I and to
"i' haked. Cover with meringue A medicine men. eager/ materials make

"i'ii I from the whites of the eggs and ( A major general heads the field Miss! Sudie Lee Colson of Jackson see every thing after being here for a new

tcI tablespoons of powdered sugar. I army and also each army corps.A ville, arrived Sunday morning and is short time If you could only see sonic 1 S delightful gowns that (.

'turn to over! to brown. brigadier general heads each infantry the guest of :'olisseslal: e and Hazel of the real roads that lire here and !- the 'woman who
,
Cocoanut Pudding brigade :Middleton. ride over them in a cur, you could then C ( t1

A colonel heads each regiment.A Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his regu- appreciate motoring in all of its mean livrs(on'hcr war income

pint.Cornstarch 4 tablespoon lieutenant colonel is next in rank lar appointment here Sunday; Rev. ing.I. 9 cannot resisi.bUIcan ,

'r." oanut, 1.2 cup. below a colonel. John :Mullady delivered, the evening have fully intended writing to afford. All
of the other folks before this
some
A heads battalion.A sermon.A
I'"rn syrup (light) 1.2 cup. major a -
Vnnilla 1-2 teaspoon. lieutenant heads a platoon.A regular communication of Lodge time, but it's hard to /get around to the McCall designs

TOo cornstarch add 1.4 cup milk sergeant is next below a lieutenant. No. 129 F. & A. II., will be held Friday all of these things that oceupy my w o are new and distinctive

0111. to make a smooth mixture. .-St. Petersburg Times. evening at the Masonic hall. Work in mind. Here/ : I want to mention about ,,1'

' remainder' t of milk add corn- both the E. A. and F. C. degrees will grandmother. She ha, rm doubt looked ,

stir- "WHY NOT TO KNIT" be exemplified. and looked for a letter from me,
l'' h mixture and corn syrup D
'It onstantly. Add cocoanut and r.cv. L. A. Rawla will fill his regular and I really feel ashamed to have her -f ,

'Ok in double boiler for 40 minutes. In the Literary Digest for July I- appointments at the Baptist church dear "M, heart disappointed but the 0

h. mixture should be stir- Samuel S. Dale has written a well intentioned next Sunday both morning and even- first thing that I do when I start to

lookhig but mistaken article under I. bead letter with mother. McCALL r/1 1
rI I until it thickens. When done add i, '"If write is to my /
moulds which the caption of "Why Not to Knit" to The ladies of the Red Cross have Thi.., of course, comet natural and I

milla avt- been and dipped pour Into into cold water. which the Red Cross makes the following -I I moved their work room to the Masonic really do think that the American w\\ : J PATTERNSfor

hill reply: hull where they have more room and mother deserve more credit and consideration

Yield: 5 servings. Total cost 15c. Regardless of the statement of :Mr. hotter ventilation. A new supply of in thin II'reattruJllIle: for August

ost per serving,, 3c.Fruit Dale the Red Cross will receive wool material has been ordered. dcmocrm than all others who are involved NOW ON SALE

Icings all of which has been commandeeredby Kev L. A. Odum is in Tallahasseethis They have made u sacrifice s/ae O.ll....

1 1.2 the government from the government week attending a meeting of the never known in history before willingly Uses Dray e/er aatt
light corn syrup.
1 cup cup raisins. and the Red Cross needs supplied board of pardons. kissing their sons g' ,,".bye to

2 whites beaten stiff. only second to the need of the Born to :Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cow- embark for a distant shore to fight.

eggs thread forms. government itself. That the literally ins August 1st a son. Why it will be remembered for ages A
Cook syrup until a .M. DARBY Starke Fla.
our gradually on the egg whites add thousands of fancy knitted articles for Clarence Manning left Monday for and ages to come. And let me state ,

iUins. Beat until cold. selfish and personal use, which have Jacksonville where he hall accepted a that as they thought it will not take

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4 ors: PA1E FQUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1918ft'


1 Bradford I in the murder of the German D. W. Moore, of Theressa, sends to I i paid in Starke for cotton in I NOTICE TO DEBTORS the AND estate CREDITORS.All of W. H..
County Telegraph Indebted to
ambaua-I I persona d4
1i i dor in Moscow. Now, there the Dank of Starke the longest ear of I I and :Mr.: Bryant is entitled to I Underbill, late of Bradford County Florida a a t
,. their laid d..blaI
-. . .- ili-eeam-d." are required to pay a
:- -:: = = :: : : tragic echo in the killing I corn of the season. The ear measures it of having broken all records all having claims
forthwith and persona
Published Weekly and entered a* sew Marshal von Kichhorn, the German :1, nearly thirteen inches and weighs one matter of cotton sales. I against the laid estate are re<|U...Ud. to pre- 1 S

" t' and class matter at the po t.omce at commander in the Ukraine. Assassination and a half pounds. C. A. Youngblood Present indications point to i, sent from them thin date duly or authenticated they will be forever within barred.on. year

a Starke Florida. being a Iluri", i ';r _-- > associated with politics, it is'' ple of very fine ears. They are not deemed wise to market the crop 1 Administrator of Estate of W. H. Underbill. A

E. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner. probable that we shall hear more of it. quite so long as the ear sent in by Mr. : ually. There is a considerable ,j I I deccaeed.NOTICE '

i J. C. ROBINSON Associate Editor. What did the Germans expect when, Moore, but probably weigh more. !I tity of last year's crop still ;i! TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
by a betrayal unexampled in all history Mrs. G. C. Cady, our New England' hands of factors and time I i I All pvrauna Indebted to the estate of J. E. 0S

I they won their cheap triumphover woman farmer, has sent to the Bank given for this to be bought :,]1'WIlMin'' county Florida and I.aura dec-eaned Wilson are laU-requunted of Bradford to pay
I
rsla UGU6T rsiIdl the Russian people? In negotiation of Starke a very tall stalk of corn hav- mills before the new crop is I'1' their pal! I with traitors and visionaries, they ing three ears. Mrs. Cady has also. i the market. I hat! to In*prevent cliiimn them aiiam duly t aid,authenticated stale are .reamret.ed within ea IrM
MY
.' Yllellle iLL n =!= = acquired on paper the choicest partsof sent in a pumpkin weighing 57 pound one year from this date or they will be fort'Ver -

'f .: 23H an empire older than their own, but and fourteen ounces. It is a giant :MRS. JOHNS ENTERTAINS This barred.7th day of August, 1915 1 .
; the wretches who signed away the specimen of the pumpkin family.J. PIE CLUB F M. WILSON -
Administrator of Estate of J. E. and Laura No Worms In a
: 45678910ll :i land could l not deliver the people. C. Griffls has contributed a curioto I Wilson, deceased.EDGAR. All children. troubled with Healthy Chin
, I In nation, matter how the Bank of Starke's The Club with worms h.. III
II |I every no ignorant agricultural Kewpie met healthy color,which Indicates poor blOOd u
4 I 13 1415 U 17 or servile most of its popula. i exhibit. It is an ear of corn surrounded E. Johns Monday evening, I EYES rule GROVE'S there TASTELESS Is more or chill lees TONIC Biomach, dlewe;'oas
1rt 1 : tion may be, there resides fierce hostility I by seven smaller ears or shots all charming hostess delightfully fortwoor three week will enrich the bff
181920212223,24M26S7 to foreign tyranny. Russia is 1 fully matured. tained with music, games and : Optici r> Tested! prove the awhueSystem ".;;
I eolnilTonlo to the Netuewt
.
r no exception to the rule. Its unin- [, Mr. A. C. Fling, who moved to ments. JACKSONVltlLE.rtA. throwoff or dispel the h
worms an.llho!
i 28 29 131 !formed millions, contending with des I|Starke about a year ago from North I Miss Iner Anderson rendered Broken L..ix.e. Duplicated,. I In perfect health. Pleasant to take GOc child lwI i>.AI.:
perate problems of subsistence, deprived -: Dakota, but who formerly lived in ber of piano selections and Mrs. Sam.. Day as R.ci..d < I -
of communication and bewil. Missouri, tells the Telegraph that he and Miss Pauline Anders r w.Special,w MO on Mail w rouavTH Orders aT.FSy Postage t II I

dered by treacherous leadership, must has seen better corn grown in this I number of popular songs. dttJAC
L, Conquest first, and not until after have time to find themselves, but that section this Benson than he ever saw I other games\ were played and I
i1 f that will it be time to talk of peace. they will do so is not to be doubted. in Missouri. Mr. Fling thinks corn ments consisting of a salad I I II I I I I I IIH 111111++++++
; SONVIIUrt
tl -, I The assassination of despots is the growing can easily be made Florida's punch were served, after which : COMPARISONWe
e,' luring I the civil war when therevui first expression of their wrath and leading agricultural product. ing was enjoyed. The guests 'RINr

ri % Such a great scarcity of sugar I their purpose. Civil war may eaily be "I occasion were Miss Pauline '. ; INVITE comparison, both S UTHERN (OLDEST
Florida produced her sugar supply. If the next. [FIRST SEA ISLAND COTTON of Archer, and Miss Carrie | I as to price and quality, of our) ) 'SEED STABltn p
t11 I then why not now? Substantial as they appear to be on I| BRINGS 50 CENTS A POUND e choice line of NOUJEdBB
the maps, Germany's victories in the J i /N PLOgi
The kaiser no longer regards American east are as inconclusive as its often-i J. F. C'nnova Paid ThiN Price Wednesday ANOTHER DIPPING : : GROCERIES.You arsmereaa- ..

soldiers with contempt. They have sives in the west. On one front its I for Thirteen Pound IP need them-..muat have
played a large part in whipping thee \ Another community rmNllD@; @
most enduring gains are seething hatred \ j them. r
';, picked army commanded by his son, and rebellion; on the other, chief I j The first sea island cotton of the was placed in commission After comparing our goods and)
Willie the crown prince. present season to reach market in This one was installed by the
ly a graveyard. prices! with others, when you -
s Starke was brought in Wednesday by of the Rising community and is .
j KNOW why we have no fea rMIKE'S j --
Bradford county farmers are count AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTSP. IT. B. Bryant, formerly of Baker coon ed on T. A. Crawford's place '
half of cotton Wynn, district agent, and L. A. \ : : FRUIT STORE .
ing on making a cvrop ty, but who now owns the Cone place
'.', in spite of the destructive work of the A. Crosby, of Brooker, sold 11 | on Crosby lake, two miles west of county agent, were present to ,H I I 11111111111111111111+1+> DAVIS
boll weevil. If this is the case the crop pounds. of Sea Island cotton Tuesday ,town. the: vat and superintend the I

., ;'. will bring/ into the county more than morning at Brooker to M. P. Matheny, i i j Mr. Bryant is picking right along of about 500 head of cattle. r---- (Agency Est. 1886))
, half a million dollars. receiving 25 cents per pound. Cotton : and probably has out 100 pounds by The people of the Rising COFFINS CASKETSAnd
!, picking will likely be pretty general this time. He brought in thirteen are very much in favor of tick a full line ofUndertakers'
: Since the negro drafted men have throughout: the county next week. Far. pounds Wednesday and sold it to J. : cation. Not a cattle owner INSURANCESTARKE
,v, ]left for their camps Florida has furnished mers are still hopeful of saving half a' Canova for 60 cents per pound in community failed to contribute Supplies
\ "', approximately 20,000 soldiers crop from the boll weevil. seed. This is the highest price F.j the construction of the vat. Automobile Hearse.
to tho national army to help crush Always on hand. The best service -
r PruflHinn militarism from the face of MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION H2)I at the lowest prices. Special
V' \ \ T. E. 8
Matthews acting
mayor
the earth. Town of Starke, Florida by virtue nf attention to telegraph orders.
i, thority voted In me by law do ,-
.1. Press Comment. ] !''an rli-elinn to be held. at the TOWN ,
; Sarasota women are now permitted Iin the afrtn-naid Town by the qualified. Registered Embamer! -
to vote in city elections affecting ownership ,therein nn TurHitay.. the 10th day of
..a ber. IttlH. for the of
electing
of ..Dr p'rty. A great numberof lou Inv ntricenr purpose DeWITT C. JONES Urove'5 Tasteless chill Tonic
i other towns in Florida would be 1- The Kaiser's shock troops had did theiJ had I like been that enticed story of the North darkey who the I One One O.Tk.Mayor. I.l Starke. Fla. destroy the malarial germs which are triauu.lito .

: better off if their city governments the Sammies-they up on One ]Manilla) and Collector.Thrtv I:: __ .__ the blood by lIe, Malaria Mosquito Pmft
: took the same action as they did in absorbers on.-Pulutka Times-Herald. promise of big wages. He fell into One. AmeaRor.Aldermen.
the hands of of Samari-
good
h this progressive little city. a group One Trriiaurer..
f When we read of the way the Amer. tans who were interested in his soul's One Night Marahal.Imppctom I * I II II H H | f ++++II++++ M-ll I III >++++MIM#411
of Raid election : A. H.
The country would be glad to know icans are whipping the picked Hun divisions welfare, and who were trying to teach P. Shatter and T. N. Kendrlek. /
i make him to travel in the straight und narrow In ti-Htimony where,,?. I hereunto /
what progress is being made in the it should serve to us buy my name and came the neal of the
f construction of airplanes. There will War Savings Stamps and Liverty path. lie was a little bit back to he hereunto affixed thin 7th day of ,

:I romp a time when the air fighters will Bond until we feel it. Dig until you ward in accepting the teachings, and 191H. E S. | No Time
t be the most important branch of our feel Home of the sacrifice the boys are he was finally asked if he did not want (SEAL Acting Mayor Town of
army. When the Germans have fallen making.-Callahun Leader. I to go to Heaven when he died, and he /

back to the river Rhine it will be almost said he didn't know anything about NOTICE
German I Heaven. So the evangelist undertook Six months after date hereof I will
impossible for the land forcesto Two divisions of crack mv vnuchrn and anal account to the Like The
; reach them. German troops were put against one to explain what Heaven was like, and CJeo. A. Gardiner' County Judge of .
r
Counly. Florida and auk for I
when they were through he exclaimed, my
division of American regulars at Fere charge an ailminiiitrator of the estate of
Wonder if Emperor William's eyes En-Tardenois-result. after two days "Why, you done de scribed Florida. If Underbill, deeeaiieil. .
This 'Sth
the ,
day ot August IDIfl.J.
lire no clouded by the lust of blood of fighting, two cracked divisions of I could only get me a ticket back I'd I.. '
that he cannot read tho handwritingon German; troops went to the rear for be goin' home right now."-Florida -tl.An, Present J x

1 many's the wall famous and"hunger take warning.stone"has Ger appeared repairs.-Arcadia Enterprise. Grower. r WOMENSuffer TORTURED!; I I

in the River Elbe on which is The army worm is said to be destroying As soon us the war begins to:0
against the Kaiser some of our milk- Terribly With Corns
inscribed, "When ye see me, ye will the castor-bcnn crop in some ,
9 weep." sections of the state by eating off the and-water citizens will begin to talk cause of High Heels,
leaves. If the flavor of the leaves peace. This ought to be made treason Why Care Now. To Buy
It is treason when boil it down to
Every time you stick a Thrift or bears any resemblance to that of the you
,' War Savings Stamp on your curd you finished product, we certainly don't admire the last skimming. The word "peace" Women wear high heels which
i 1 are mailing money to yourself to be the worms taste.-Kissimmee ought never to appear in the press of le up their toes and they suffer
received later with interest. Cashing Gazette. America or the Allies until the last bly from corns. Women then
'' in these stamps is going to bo better Hun has dropped his gun and yelled to trim these pests, seeking ROOFINGA
t' than "getting money from home," for Florida is being called a slacker for 'Kanierad," until the last bitter drop they heardly realize the terrible :
I r* with the money comes the reminder not producing sugar when it is a well has been drained from the cup of retribution ger from infection, says a

that you contributed to the great vic known fact that sugar can be produced by the instigators of the appalling authority. :

.'I'; tory which then will have been com in great quantities in this state. calamity, until the Kaiser and the Corns fingers: can if easily you will be lifted get from out : car load just deposited in our

t pletely won. With the sugar output of the country his group of Hellions have been hung drug store a quarter of an ounce
'tj controlled by the big refineries capital higher than Haaman, until the last drug called freezone. This is : ware for
.J "', Our farmers have always felt that has been chary in this connection but farthing and piccaune has been paid to remove every hard or soft j rooms you.Prices .
} I it had the appearance of laziness to the government may step in and helpin for the destruction wrought in Belgium callus from one's feet. You

I" I leave any of their open land this important enterprise in the France, Serbia and the other apply a few drops directly upon
vated. This explains the unculti-I near future.-Florida Times-Union. lands where Kultur has put its blighting 1 tender, aching corn or callus. I

I t pasture plots on our farms. touch-- n.". and until_..... all the v.nnr\.....reseed the soreness is relieved at once and Right
entire
present conditions the pasture will be Some enemy propaganda Is persuading victims of despotism have had a say lifts out without corn or callus, root
one particle of
the best paying land on the farm Let negroes throughout the South to is to hoy they will be governed. No This freezone

Ia .I the grass grow and turn the stock In. exchange their Liberty Bonds for halfway measures will be tolerated in which dries in is a a moment.sticky It [ QUIGLEY LUMBER
o- The carpet grass that grows so luxuriantly worthless stock, and many a poor fellow rooting out the last stronghold of tyrants shrivels up the corn without & SUPPLY CO
e I In this county makes fine pas who did not realize the value of and despots, or the work will or even irritating: the surrounding
turage. paper having the imprint of the government have to be done over, perhaps under sue or skin. Tell your wife
it in the more ditlicult conditions and this.-Adv. : MI+' 111 .I ... t I I .. .. ..
upon place of the 1 at a ( ) I I I . I I t .,.. ..1. t I II I I I II I I t t#441
It is surprising to the Telegraph I bonds that his hard earned money paid greater cost. The word should be sent
4f j that the farmers of the county seem for has some tawdry jewelry and papers 'i I to Kai erism in the language of Gen- -
j l to fail utterly to recognize the importance giving him stock in mines and oil |oral! Grant: "No terms but immediate
to them of having a county wells that never existed. Keep your ,'' and unconditional, surrender will be

agricultural agent and a canning club Liberty Itond! *.-Sarusotu Times. J[ considered; I propose to move immediately .
i r ugvnt. These agents are continually I upon your works." God knows
performing valuable service for the The professional baseball players this is one job we must not be called 1 YOU MAKE MONEY I

farmers and their wives, and yet a who thought to evade conscription' upon to do again.-Arcadia Enter
d great many of the farmers do not hove learned that their calling is not prise.
take enough interest in them to talk of the skillful kind und can be dispensed :
with the county commissioners about with without injury to any one. I i Glory be to the lads of America. But Do
retaining them. A few months ago Mr. Baseball players and others may as They have gone into the world's great1 You
I Gunn, the present county agent, saved well make up their minds that they 1 est conflict with all the dash and the

for Bradford\ county farmers about 20 have got to shoulder a gun if Uncle "pep" and ginger which characterizes SAVE
per cent of his year's salary in handling Sam needs 'em, and they should! stop i the American spirit everywhere and in IT?
Y an order for nitrate of soda this foolishness about exemptions for ,1 all time. They have shown themselves

through the government. This is only this or that reason.-Apalnchicola worthy sons of heroic sires. They have
one item of his service. lie ia on the Times. added to the glories of Lee and Jackson -

go continually and is performing ser of Grant and Monde. They have
vice of value all the time. An item We printed in last week's Herald a fought as their fathers fought'at Gettysburg The time may come when you will)) wish you had some of the

that is of the utmost value at this time good deal about the woes of newspa anti Chickamauga, at Shiloh money you are frittering away today.It .
f is the inoculation of hogs to prevent pers. We wish to say just one thing I and the Wilderness. They have unflinchingly is
more and, then close the chapter, viz easy to save, if you but make
cholera. lie perform this service : met the test seasoned up your mind to do
so.
r i 1 without charge, the farmer paying only Any community that thmks a news I troops of the most warlike nation of Make the start NOW by opening an account with us.
y r for the serum and virus. In fact paperorth having, must support it; the world, and have put them to rout.
the agricultural agent is the farmer's and this. support must be general and They have written the ultimate doom'of |

representative all things that pertain aot restricted to a few public spirited j despotic Prussianism in letters so :
'l to his interests and the farmer individual A large majority of the bold, Land plain that all the world may

fit should rally to his support. business' mon must- ndvcrd5e in it' and read. Even,: the kaiser, if he were not BANK OF
I I'J"I'IIItY u large majority: j of the citizens; must blind with pnssion and blood lust I STARKEState

k A \ ) ON 'fillI: \l' ,subscribe for it. Any community that could,( see the end. |

v fails to comply with these requirements All honor to the true American sol

a,t iI1 In speaking the Russian situation will not have u newspaper long; died: Mingled! with our grief, at the County and City Depository
t the New York World, under the anti when its newspaper ceases, publication Inl'\itllblo losses will lie an everlastingpride
caption "Russia in Revolt," says: I notice is hereby given to the in the heroic record they are STARKE, FLA.
"A few weeks ago tho perfidious !I world! that that community is a dead making on the battle lines somewherein I

,t Brest Litovsk treaty hud its response ,,one.-Punta Gorda Herald. o'runce.-Palatkl1 Time -HeralJ. I


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE

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Sheriff W J. Epperson made an official RISING COMMISSIONERS: !' : MET IN
MOM:' )>.\\'' CLASSIFIED
visit to Tallahassee Wednesday. :\WSTIII.OOIOS: 1

C. P. Hersey of the Swift ('ret'ks'ction.

Bits of Local i ''Ii Mr and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and was u busines visitor to this The board! of county commissioners w

wife and Mr R. N. Dow ling, of Hampton section the first of this \\e'k. were called! to order by Chairman S REGISTERED :Male hog for service. ,

were visitors to Starke Monday. :Mrs. A. It. Alvarez is on the sick T. fowling at 10 o'c1twk.UgU8t 5th. N. B. Hull

lit, but we hope to see her well a ain 1018! with nil members present towitJ.
Information
:Mr Raymond Speer of Jacksonville, J. Blackwelder. J. L. Underbill. H FOR SALE:--Some young mules nt a I y M''

... was' a visitor to Starke Wednesday soon.Mrs.: Britt Alvarez and little daughter < D :May and R J. Andrews.! bargain! J. C. Manning! Starke. r

cwr..nty Omv p.t. >>..."" ..... .... down Minutes of last meeting read and --
TyAlnr.. a.0'. c...... .. T_ J day : (Carrie came from Jacksonville FOR RENT: -Rooms by week or the

Saturday for a visit of a week approved. month. !Mrs. E. F. Johns. 8-9-lt.! ,
Hon. A, S. Crews made a trip to ,with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Aid S. II. Denmark appeared! before the -

Tallnhusseee Tuesday on legal 1 business I Crosby. board anti asked that his state und FOR SAA good Singer! sewing i

S. B. Denmark of Raiford, visited I Mrs. W. B. Ennis of Tampa stoppedover Prayer meeting was held at the county taxes for the year 1917 be roduced machine for sale at lens'' than half

tarke Monday. I with Mrs. J. W. Morgan for a I I home of Mr. H. H. Lewis and fnmilj; one-half upon his lot in the price.. Apply lit Mrs. E. F. Johns. I y

-- few days enroute for North Carolina Miss Ella :May Long. returned home Wednesday night. A large crowd at- town of Stnrke. the house being burn ,

Mrs. J. 11. Fields spent several days Saturday afternoon from Jacksonville tended.Mr. .. ed. Upon motion and second! same FOR SAI.E.-One market refrigerator y

of this week in Palatka. :Mr. Drew Reddish, of Wateroak and where she underwent an operation for J. L. Underhill and family, oPine grunted., und it was ordered that the at a bargain.! Address'' A. i D. 1

i __ ______ N. T. Ritch. Jr., of Raiford, were attending tonsilitis at Dr. Rogers sanitarium.Mrs. Hill, attended the prayer meetIng tax collector allow name and enter it Andrews Mercantile Co., Raiford.

; :Mr. Manning Williams has accepted to business in Starke Satur at H II. Lewis Wednesday night on his report of errors and insolven 7-'Jti-3t.;

position in Jacksonville.Miss : J. S. Brown Harold Brown We the ol
day. are glad to1 see people cies.W. FOR SALK-r.O.Ollo Klondyke strawberry
and Miss Hazel Brown came up Monday this section take as much interest ir K: Torode was appointed inspector plants $250 per 1,001) J. F.Bennett. .

: Gertrude Scott of Arcadia la :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley and family from Plant City and arc occupying lour prayer meetings! as they do. We, I of marks and brands of animals) sake Butler, tin. 7-Lti-4t.! ;

visiting her cousin Miss Doris Scott. spent the weekendisiting friends their cottage at Kingsley; lake. have it ut some home Wednesduj; I slaughtered< for market in and for election -

and relatives in Bronson and Willis- II I nights and Sunday nights ut church, district No. 1. I OR 1.1o-.nrm.: 80 acres; 20 acres

666 cures Bilious Fever.-Adv. ton. :Miss Anita Wills came down from We hope everybody; will take an interest The names of Martha Gutlin andFlorence fenced and under cultivation; house n'

Jacksonville Saturday accompanied by llolton placed the on place John Austin, Highland.H ''
in these' meetings.. All invited tc were upon -
Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Go Mitchell's: Drug Store foi her little nephew, Billy Harris, and I attend.A pauper roll upon the lecommendationof H-i -2t. is

"were visitors to Jacksonville Satur cloves, mustard seed, celery seed.tumeril'ks ,. spent the week-end with I>r. and :Mrs.J. revival mooting will begin ut Corinth Commissioner", Underhill und ordered I ::: '": r
day. and allspice.Mrs. C. Wills. FOR SALE--115 acres of bind, nine
church Saturday before, the thin: paid $::1 per month each ncies fenced und under cultivation; .

: Sunday in this month and, will until I Petition signed by (!" 0. A. Gardinerand ; ,small house II head of rattle t,
Guy Prescott and sister :Miss", Gladys : W. B. Young and family left The time for fall planting will soon run ; go .
| of Sampson City spent Tuesday this week for North Carolina where he here and we have prepared for it the fourth Sunday. We wnnt everybody others asking that the board place with farm II. K. :Mooier. Iheresmi. sii '

they will spend' the rest of the sum by getting the best selection of seeds to attend und enjoy the revival name of David Hunter upon the pauper S-'J-lt. lit
}bere. to be had. J. W. White & Son. 7-213-31.: with us roll was pr'sl'lIt'I"Ihlliftt'r being 'fi't r
mer. FOR SALE: OR RENT.My: : home on
Mrs Julius Norman and little Ron considered, said petition was refused ,
Pinholster of Juc-kson- ,
Anna Modren
Miss :Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley left Cherry street. ( .on.n.1o'II't'B.
,vine spent Saturday with Mrs. F. A. :Mrs J.1.: Tatum and daughter; ,, Monday for Washington, D. C. They Albert visited :Mrs. J. L. Jackson ir Contract awarded to W W Bnimlen! garage and burn. Apply to 4/,

Scott.. :Miss Lucile, are spending a few weeks Jacksonville two or three days lea t to paint and repair all wood work of J. E. Futch or owner, Joe Mill Will N $
while in that and ice
will spend! a city hums 7 21.11.FOlt ;
at the Freeman cottage; at Kingaley week. jail for the sum of one huntret dollarssame ,. -
will then to Mr. Quigle-y's homein
on '
Fruit Jars at Cash and Carry Store. lake. Canada.go Cotton picking will soon be on ns to be inspected by board sal accepted SII.E-line horse wagon undharness.

the cotton is opening fast in this section before payment is made.

Mr. George White of Jacksonville,, :Mrs. Julia Wainright has as ,'isitol'sher Cotton picking.: though! will nol resolution and order of the board Will accept good milk cow 1
to By
Ethel and Owen Griffin went up in trade for the outfit. Quigley
Sit spending a while with relatives in daughter, Mrs. Janie Woodard,, be much of it job ns the boll weevil
Jacksonville Thursday. to visit their the following items in the general Lumber A Supply Co. 8-U!I-tt h

IPtarke.II and Elizabeth Woodard of Jackson. aunt :Mrs. W. J. Griffin. Before returning are throwing.: all the top crop off. fund were transferred and, hut hority

--- Mlle. The dipping vat has been completed I for asked of state (comptroller SALE: Three i
home they will also visit relatives same FOR Jersey cows,
11. Elarbee of Jacksonville was and the Jlist clipping took place Tues
in Fernandma.Mr. ns ftillows: chickens, household goods. farm
la guest at the home of N. T. Ritch Men's wool and cotton bathing
day. It Is located near Mr. T. A. of
1'011l'er diem and mileage coun- chattels, sunny, harness.' Immedlate
Tuesday. suits at Stump's.Rev. .
Crawford's.
Albert Philips of Sunford spent ty commissioners to pauper allowances sale. Leaving the shit,. !Mrs

Mrs Matilda Ritch, of Rmford visited W. G. Law has been released the week-end at Kingsley lake with Mr. Rufus Jackson father nf A. J. 17500. Van Dyke\ l.uwtey, Flu. H' -tf.I .
Jackson who bus In-
her brother-in-law N. T. Ritch, I by his physicians nt Jacksonville and his wife and relatives Mrs. Phillips been" making ; From per diem and mileage of county -
sometime nt home with his son for the past six 01. I OlINlt Itiimh of keys with tug inscribed -
EMonday.OC6: has returned home with some improve. who hud been spending ('cimmiNNioners to clerjc and auditor -
seven years i m very ill. He was HJ!i! I follows "/8. Starke. 1)1J"!
ment. the lake returned to her home in Sanford for commissioners, $f..OO.(> / ns :
the lltth of last K-tober. lie suffered! I
cures :Malarial Fever.-Adv. on Wednesday. I Under heading of road, and bridge: Keys were found at WorthingtonSpiings
fall about six weeks and ha'
Miss Elizabeth liiownloe is spending a ago I fund the following items were transferred Finder may have name by
Stitch in Time Saves-embarrass- been confined to his bed ever sinceVAMIFKHILT for this advietisement.I'Oll .
Mrs. O. J. Griffin left Tuesday to u week out at Kingsley lake as the : paying itW
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f \ isit relatives in Jacksonville and Fer- guest of her Hunt Mrs. !0. M. Lim- ing exposure and repairs made NOW I From cost of niutenal to feeding! -----

I nandma. to your buildings saves material and : und care of ronvlits, $759.00.From () (). SAI! .I-! _>00 ac-ies of land till) I Ih"lId
buugh.; the rise in price. Quigley Lumber & I of stock cattle! pair of mules; r
Supply Co. Vumlerbilt, Aug. 7.-:Mr. .Johnnie., cost rare and feeding !livestock good location, school, postolllce und e
J. P Padgett, of the Theressa HOC- :Mrs. F. A. Scott returned Friday Yarborough was the guest ofIiMIi! to pay of incorporated towns, shipping point 1 Mi. mli' For information t

[ tion was a business visitor to Starke from Jacksonville, accompanied l her :Miss Eva Epperson returned Saturday !Myrtle Norman Sunday afternoon $:200.00.( see J. I'I:. Douglass, Guilford r

Saturday. son! Wilbur who spent the weekendat from Tallahassee where she has !Mrs I.. L. Conner who has I"'n 1.'rol1'o"t, care and feeding: !livestock Flu. t +

Mr J. M. Alvarezz motored to Jacksonville home. been attending the teachers' training very !sick m improving now. : to paid for i inspection' of public TOR SALE.): -!Muxwell t'ar. 101(5( i

home the course of the Woman's College.: Miss Mr. lA-vy Norman was attending to: I'OlltiN. J-JIM:!()().00.Commissioner. equipment fine equipment and 1
( Thursday,.returning 4
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Our lino of Palm Beach suits will
Epperson leaves today to accept a position overhauled. Good
business in town Saturday. I S. T. howling, who thoroughly running -
[ same day. be closed out nt very low prices.Stump's. in the High School at Rodlund, condition., IVu-o $.250. Briscoo s
I Mr. and Mrs. 1) Lennon of Rui- was mithoi. i/.ed by the board, to purchase f
elW
Ford! top and back curtain for $10.. Dade county. ford visited :Mr, nnd :Mrs I 1.. I.. Conner toad gender for use on the public Sales & Service Co. t ,

M. I.eviton, Starke. Mrs. C. A. Knight left Wednesday Monday. roads, reported that he had pur NTI'II.-th.:! hundred elates tomatoes -

for .Atlanta to purchase the fall and Col. and Mrs. A. /. AdkinA and children Mrs! Roman Fetch und family olMuxville bused from J. D Adams & Company,, No. 1 Irish. potatoes, Hweetpotatoes

:Mrs. W. J. Epperson spent Tuesday winter goods for her millinery establishment. accompanied by !Mrs. M. E. Edward are visiting relatives in this of I Indianapolis, Indiana, a grader and nnd corn doily :HI cents "I r

in Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs and Miss Mabel! Edwards: of !section. one extra blade for $::11\101.(11)\ ( said, grader cash paid for eggs! Highest rush .

E M. Gornto. Lawtoy started yesterday to Hender.onville. Rev Larrnmcm f filled his regul.n to be) shipped to Raiford. freight I I price paid for produce. Sam )Uosenj e '

:Mr. A. A. Johns, a former citizen (. N. C. The party will make appointment tit the Wuterouk Il.iptisl prepaid." i i j burg' :-1111'1; ,,'. 7-l'! tf
Mrs. E. S. Matthews has as her the trip by automobile, going by way
of Starke, now a resident of I'rpst- church Sunday. ) N. H. Stokes andothers
Petition signed by
Annie Richardof I : I Fun SAI).H10: } of land nboiit
truest this week Mrs. of Macon and Atlanta.Mr. acres
proof was u business visitor", to !Starke' :Miss", Kebu Conner, accompanied l hy presented the 1 board May Mb: I
Jacksonville. three und ol".hllir miles fromStarke r ,
this week. :Mr. Oren and Rufus Reddihh, were 1I1K! asking for change' of I )boundary
John Croft, well known citizen !- near the Stnrke and I.lIwt.yPllhlle'
a guests at the W. :M. Hlondsworth'Hhome I
No. taken
district 4,
line of election was -
:Mr and Mrs. Ed Canova and family of Lake Butler was a visitor to road" \Inquire of J. I'ochU,
Mrs. Roy Turner und little ,laughter HUIIlay.1I and after being, considered )by
are now at home at their Kings- Starke Monday. While in town hecalled up, I I I.HVI: !' Mm'ley Ave., Clue-ago, III.I .
Loiselle, of Dinnmore, are visiting ,' ! ley lake cottage. :Mrs. Turner's parents Mr: and Mrs: ut the Telegraph; office to renew and 1II: cry Sapp attended churcliut Mon I H-9-lit.!
Hoard untilth. first
F. B. Johns. his subscription. Mr. Croft has been Sampson Luke Sunday. adjourned
666 cures Chills and Fever.-Adv. a regular subscriber to the Telegraphever dny in September' 1'MH. FOR SALK:.Turin of 217 acres lUll v 1 1ncrex
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I : W. T. WEEKS; : I ,cleared under wire feneelwo
When you decide, we'll help you fig- since its establishment in 1879. ('.\IW or Ill\M\S
:Miss Doris Law is spending a few Auditor
The Lumber & Clerk and sits buildings! running water in
the cost. Quigley
clays in Jacksonville with her cousin,. I I ure ----.---- : fields. Will sell general field\
Supply Co for improvements.I Cars for hire on Sunday trips to: The family of I IL.. Colson desire : cropsund
Mrs. A. E. Wall. (I Kingsley lake Round trip 75c foi to their thanks and gratitudeto l MISS DIIIIOSK,: f''IiTI-ItTAI1'IS::' ; I farm implements with place.Lies .

I : Eddie Sapp and family of Supp /grown people, CO cents for children... express within three hundred yard of
Col. A. Z. Adkins made I a business Leave Mike's Store hour all their friends neighbors anil :Miss Bessie DulioHo entertained a
I i Station, visited the early part of the Fruit every New River station. Seven roomed' 9house

trip to Tallahassee! Sunday, returning I week at Kingsley lake with !Mr. and during the day. Parties return at any physicians who so kindly iisHistecthem I large number), of friends lit her home large lntseven? bearing! pectin t

home Wednesday. I I Mrs.: J. II. Ritch. time. in every way possible during( just south of town Monday evening.Aug. trees In Starke. J. the illness death und funeral of lheildear nth, tho occasion being her seventeenth Starke. H-iMt.

:Mr. Grant of St. Augustine, I Tax Collector fowling has an a husband l and father also for the. I
Haynes :Mr. V. J. Valentine and grandsons, birthday I __
spent the weekend in Starke the Cameron and Eddy Frahck of Providence guest: this week his father Mr. W. H.. beautiful tribute of floral offerings. lames and vutrolu music was enjoyed I FOR HALE:-40 acre farm completewith ,

truest! of relatives. spent :Monday, in Starke at he Dowling, a well known and highly! MRS. F. L. COLSON, until a late hour when Mrs. Du- farm tools, cattle, mules, hogs ,

esteemed citizen of the Lake Butler CLYDK; COLSON. lose assisted )by MISH Amy Sullivan I will also sell the
home of !Mr. J. O. Fralick. and gouts; crop-
Full line of fresh garden seed. Cash section. !Mr. Dowling is 76 years of 1VA COLSON, nerved delicious Ice' cream and cake. I 1 corn, eotton, cane und potatoes) with

and Carry Store. and guest, age but is hale and) hearty and give: VIRGINIA COLSOV.Hrooker Thus enjoying this occasion. wereMissus : tho farm; this farm Is also called
:Mrs. Angle Sternberg
promise of living many more years. Aug. fi, liMH. I I 1
I : Neva Benton Amy Sullivan the I farm. It contains 4,000
of Atlanta Fort left grape
Mr. Ernest Browning, Mrs. Mary: Todd of Myers, ..-.- ---
Ga. is the this week of his aunt,, week for Ga. where they ----- I.ulaVilll..n., Bessie und Nettie Do- grape vines all in !bearing. condition '
guest this Clayton ( .llD or 'in.INKSWe :"
Rev. 1... G. Hemingway of Wilson,
:Mrs. J. W. Morgan. will spend several weeks.A bone, Maude and Ella: :Manning andMyrtle Buyer can come at once. Farm 10-l ,
N. C., is visiting his parents, Mr. and : Williams, ; Messrs Horace Wilson !- c-ated two miles northwest of Law ,

:Mrs. II. D. Hemingway, of this city... take this method of thanking Roily Brown KOHCO" Williams, HVVtlls Will sell for rush time. 'r
:Mr Jay Aldermai .{ the Lake But Ipdies and child- whoso tey or on
summer Bale of our many friends und neighbors
:Mr. Hemingway has lately been or- Ktbelnel/ CnmpleP. .lime, Wan Address John f'hullamin '
ler section was attending to businessin ren's hats. Worth $3 to $ IfiO, going kindly assisted us! during the illness Lnwtey,
dainrd as Methodist: preacher and f'tn, and James !hut fuae. Ha I'. O. Box! 171 H-' 2t.IJMVKRSITY .
Stump's.Mr. -
week. at
Starke this for to $1.08
$1.25 I und death of our beloved. wife end l fs
on Wednesday night preached an interesting
I at the Methodist mother who passed away on .July 21th.
County agent C. D. Gunn left :Monday : George W. Marks left Friday sermon
church. S. K. Kelly und Family. ()Jo' FLORID) ll.0ltllSTATE: COLLEfM: : -:
afternoon for short visit to his for West where he will
a morning Key -.----- ninesvllle I FOlt WOMENTallahassee: :

old, home in Mananna.fifiJ I join "the colors" having enrolled George White accompanied by hi I, ('.\1.1. TOR 2100 \IOltJo: : Mh.N: : :Military Training Under ArmfOflirerr a

sometime ago\ in the navy. i FROM: THIS STA1K;: ('ourarfl In Art and I 'I.ne.' Airrleiilliin, ('Iveiu I, milrl. from 211 Hi.rl.lu. ('""...11., .nl. 17J
the cause. I friend Lauren B. Harbough, of Win I, c h-miral.] Hrerieal:( untl rhjiniciil. Frmii Him* 11117.1.. local eel. Inclining Hummers b
( cures by removing ter Haven, motored down from Jack ,.i'rlhif. r..... 'rmch.",' ('ultiKr Jliltmn frc* -h..,| and short (ourmWrit* at one for 'r
I :Mrs. A. E. Langford and son John I (Continued From )Page 1.) H.'n.1 l fur C...,.." I C*taI.w. I '
:Miss Neva Husband, of Jacksonville,, sonville Thursday of last week. Mr A. MUHPIIIIKE.: .;" President. 1'UWAItU: (01'1 It.\ IH. (President

is the home of her uncle,, I.angford of Lake Butler are spendinga White spent the week with his parents I ''
visiting at I with :Mrs Langford's I find l .before it becomes, u law

:Mr W. L. Wall this week. mother few Mrs.days E. J. Wainright.: :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White andreturne.1 I Another cull made on the state ic M, 'f.1"

to Jacksonville yesterday U for liO! men to 'go to the training ,

:Mrs George W. Marks has return. Harold and Hazel ] resume his position with the Cum mer school at Gainesville. Thid ountyV Through Flame and Smoke I I 'J'HI
with :Mrs J. S. Brown,
ed bookkeeper Lumber Co.Blancharrl.
to her
position as of Starke now of quota of this call is not yet known, but
Brown formerly
the Bradford County Bank. : volunteered h1wMp
while at five young men have already J
Plant City are spending a Law left Wednesday forHuntir.ltbur t
of on Kingsley: lake. to go. They are, Joseph Leonard ... thtt Arvimn t\n\ tl.nr. twt tit HMV. propertyfrom ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Lee MacDonnell, their cottage Indiana, to work with, I
Harrison Thomas :Mallett Hewitt G.1 .
\ ((( truetii n .nil| thmiirh they run
Pensacola are guests at the home ol the H. A. Shaver Company till the, I Owen J. (i... 'to ..
Ernest: Mike Fut<'h, '11) control e firi this cunnot prevent rlnuiilimn IMp I
:Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson. 666 cures Headache, Biliousness, fall opening of the Theological Semi' Edward Alvin Gaines The SURt 1 Lt\ ** Th.. only wity yi t InvvnUtl. by I

Loss of Appetite or that tired achingfeling nary where he will continue his divinity ., Phillips thesepatriotic Now '0\!\ :'r which .n owns curl k.r totally pniU>ct.* board. is not able to accept !
Colds. Fine yet IflsURE
666 contains no alcohol] arsenic not due to :Malaria or studies. He offers his resignation ., 't/ throtiith thr InNumnr com pun 1m Th*r.>
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and cannot I
Tonic. Adv. young men say ."" ':. Ihr nutn who I fortiflr| loll ,.u171.r ,
other drugs.- -Adv. ." : I I, p -
poisonous of the assistant principalship I it ,
.-- what number of them will finally hI! -;;, . :, :! jJf..r., ", trmuritncv U. umplx protect! hint
-- the local High School for this ,. .. : 'I 1
reason l
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,' stun tin .OHM nr.d
ixepted.Sixteen. ** not worry fly a
Miss Mabel Edwards, of Lawtey, : A. :M. Darby and family .v I
Mr. and :Mrs. with sincere regret. :Men Off For Camp r."j-;. -r : j-\. ignition. of Ant. Such rompHni** M artr .
pent the early part of the week with and Mrs. II. C. Richard spent a II ," ...nU. *.| l>y JIM,. K Wilnun. ...nl ,Hr.

her sister, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. few days this week at \Irs.: ]H. C. RI- HILL THE; fillS Sunday afternoon sixteen colorer]I jo... 'jtiMtlonAblv. Nnnnil anil. rcltuhlf So by

chard's cottage Kingsley: lake. and his Rat-Faced Son have met I men warp entrained in Starke foi T \e I i iuwfaa him U plum your. inmirBnce. you
Mrs. Jim Wills and children of 'I ('ump Devens) Mii'-i: They were : '. V1' < f".urmnti Ih. pmmpt Wymvnt. oft
hoodoo in Fritz Von Blitz. See th( t
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Jacksonville visiting at the< homeof ''I Ri'hard King! Walter Keith, Rich '" j" "y I. that y"ni may MulTi
are ; chilI -
and j
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. !M. Tit tm NEW YORK IIFRVLI I
J. T. Wills. Inrd' Hicks, Walter Speed., Huell lukeKm.nuel .
Judge and :Mrs. dren. :Miss Lucile, CliP set and Rufus, next Sunday. t r
II I ''ak'- : Houi-t', I'lemon JohnsonLmd4iey
: Woodard the Tele-, are spending a while \,'n> .J"lZ'slpy -- lionnell Perry Jim Er: '
Miss Estelle occupying the Freem the 1 j-ttage. HKI.INQI'EIST: : T.XX S\LK j Ivey. JOS. E. WILSON
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(traph's correspondent from Theressawas ,'in.fscsr Lee, James Heaty JosepiUrus I

visitor to Starke Saturday. I grew s ,. Oscar :Mitchell Sandy Van;,
a Friends here of |k""p f.George C. The sale of lands delinquent for taxes \
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of 11117 sold :Monday before! Wd-nn, Perry Lawtonlored
Master Marvel and :Merrill John:!' Looneywill be in4n.h \\y ,]Ii; know that were A large crowd of both white and! col\ STARKE FLORIDA
the court house door. Nearlj
Lettie and Ernr I he will be prlml, had to''\ Fayette- county ; ,
the atatlon to see
and little :Misses I citizens were nt :
rule, Ga., schofa bt'hi m.Irll.: all of the lands were bought in by individual \
Johns, of Hampton, came up Tuesdaj .. bar the'mon lean for their lone trip t.
few going tithe <)
parcels
Looney wl1b.\ cit4 In the *, only a
their the
for a week's visit at the home of I' | long { I itate. I camp.
\ cchool.
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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABKE. FLORln, FRIDAY AUGUST; 9. 1918




JI.. I Bradford County Farmers --I II[ News Notes Of The CountyMILLER. l



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COr.NTY: AGENTS STUM'S COOPERATIVE !; desires to kill these insects then, he of a large! part of the crop, which is a engaged in u terrible war for our civil Hampton Sunday afternoon

: : CREAMERY: ran do >so. If it ill not practicable to distinct money loss. rights: and liberties and I :Messrs. Jeff Perry and .1, M I yn\,
Miller Aug. 7. :Mr. Witt of Whereas, this war is not one of our well, of Hampton, were bu
I burn the stalks l. they can .still be up. The care of farm machinery is particularly Lang I 'IIi'1., ; '"
The establishment of a co-operative rooted, thereby destroying the green- important lit present because Ellisville, was in this community Sat- seeking but forced on us andWhereas tors here Wednesday afternoon,

: creamery in Wilson county, Tcnn., less< food supply of the weevils and preventing farm labor is exceptionally scarce on urday. I this war is for the safety I I Miss Estelle Woodard and broth| , ",
j than two yt'iirs ago send the success it the further increase of the in- account of war conditions! and new machinery Mr. and Mrs Gordon Clyatt, of '('of our homes, our happiness, our Samuel, spent Saturday in th .

: it ben-ts 1 sects. The cotton then can bo picked costs muh more than it did a Georgia visited relatives here last rights and the rights of all that is metropolis. aunty

/ ''us the supply of labor permits. Fall few years ago. If the life of a machine week. best for all\ mankind; therefore be it I Mr. J. W. Andrews, Sr., ,,f stark,
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t I mars they serve. Two years ago;\ there ;.destruction of weevils insures a crop iin prolonged through proper housing Quite a number of the young peopleof Resolved, that we members of Sapp was in our burg Thursday.! '

was very little dairying in Wilson I for the following season." i and care, the capital invested in a this community attended the singat lodge No. 214 F. & A. M., at Sapp, Mrs. G. M. Bennett and little luuh

county, only three men being engaged, !i No definite rule can be laid down as good shed will soon be returned! In Guilford school house Friday. Fla., deplore this fearful ordeal thru tel', Ruth, returned home one ,|in' i last|

1 in shipping, cream and no one shipping I to the proper time for destroying weevils the face of the labor shortage machinery : Mr. Cameron Fralick, of Providence which we are passing, and week after several days' ,',..lt', with
4 milk. Through the efforts! of the local I in this way. general, the proper must be counted on to multiply the passed through here one day last Resolved, that we uphold and will relatives at Raiford.
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county agent, dairy extension special time in I whenever the weevils have work done by the labor available, and week. support the president of the United t Mr. Clarence Manning, Of lI.mpt". ,(
ists, and a number of interested farmers I reached such numbers as to infest that machinery must be in the best of :Mr. B. E. and J. S. Brown made a States to the utmost of our ability and was a visitor here Saturday and, <_no'

; a co-operntivo creamery was established practically all of the squares that are ,, condition. business trip to Jacksonville Wednesday hereby pledge ourselves as men and day

I \ I which now has 229 regular being set. This! may occur. much curlier I Masons to be ready for any measure Mr.: II. S. Roebuck was a u""i''r, ,, t",
I patrons. From this start a cow testing in some seasons than in others. ESTIMATED: SEA; ISLAND COT :Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene Douglass attended that will be necessary for. the success- Hampton Saturday afternoon "

association one of the best in the Tho rule should be to destroy infested 1'04CHKG t; church at Providence Sunday.Mr. ful ending of the war. Mrs. G. M. Bennett and daughter: .

state, has been organized; 4ft(\ silos plants at the earliest possible date in Gainesville Fla? : Edd Gainey of LaCrosse, pass Resolved that we favor the continuation Miss Rhoda, were visitors to th. ..,*.'
i + were built lust Reason and a number the fall. It is much better to sacrifice July 27, 1918. ed, through here one day last week. of the war until a permanentpeace ty scat one day last week.

of dairy barns were replanncd and a little cotton than to defer the opera- The bureau's estimated total acreage :Mr. W. O. Brooks of Providence can be had on the broad principles Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Sullixan. "t..rn.

t' i ar furnished with modern dairy equip : tion. planted in cotton this year in was in this community one day last of democracy, and ed to their home at Daytona 1,11, ,. ,day

ment. Three, pure-bred buds have Where the loss of organic matter Florida was ll7,000! acres. week. Resolved, that a copy of these reso- lust week, after an extended \i-it i here
been' brought into the county and ev- from the burning/ of stalks is import- j Of this amount 1215,000 acres or Mr.\ II. S. Miller made a business! lutions be spread, on our minutes anda with :Mr. Sullivan's father :Mr .1.\ >

oral men bought new dairy cattle. The tint, it is advisable to cut the stalks about 75 per cent is in Sea Island cot trip. to Dukes Friday.Mr. copy sent to the Bradford County livan. They made the trip thr"ugh, J;

creamery manufactures as much as ,, with it cutter and bury them deeply us ( ton. T. II. Waters made a business Telegraph for publication the country- in their Chevml._ _n _ _..,,. .. .(.,
; riot pound of butter a day. The patrons : soon as. possible. This_ will.. cause the i Last year, out of n total of 1H.000I trip to Lake Butler Saturday. ---- --- Mrs. D. W. Moore was a 'l- "?>rt.
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received ant|, winter 50 cents "I I.destruction' or many of the immature I acres, about 73 per cent or 139,000! Mr. W. B. Feagle visited at the I C.RAHAM. Hampton Saturday.
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pound for butterfat whereas two years stages of the weevil in the squares and acres was in Sea Island cotton. home of his. father-in-law, Mr.. II. C. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gaines ofva .
)a, ago they were receiving ll II! cents a bolls. These figures show a reduction of Peeples, Friday. Graham, Aug. 7.-Mrs. Mary Ches- do, were visitors here the first flf |
i' pound for country-made butter slightly over 10 per cent in Sea Island Mr. and !Mrs Jack Feagle, of Ft. ser,, of Jacksonville was a pleasant week. r> the

.---- STERILI/K OLD! SIEI/ilIFDS) cotton acreage from last year. White, visited! at the home of :Mr. and visitor here Sunday.Mr. !Mr. A. Sullivan was a visitor
: WHAT KICKI'M: : OK SWINK SAM: T. FLEMING: :Mrs. II. C. Peeples Last week. J. A. McKinney and son, Roy, Starke Saturday. to
If They Are to Be l1M Again! Make Mr. and Mrs. John were business< visitors here .
Field Agent, Bureau of Crop Estimate I Duboge of Starke Monday.Mr. !Mrs Chas. Cox spent few
The 'Jumtion'hllt is the )best breedof Them Safe visited. nt the home of Mr.. and Mrs. ; and :Mrs. Chesley Fogg made a recently in Jacksonville,a ) days/ :
swine?" cannot be answered, by RAIFOKD NOTES D. L, Clyatt last week business trip to Gainesville; Tuesday. business with pleasure I'Omt'in'lg'

flaming any one breed. Some breeds The greatest trouble growers have :Messrs. B. E. Brown, J. R. ;McLeoc.anil Mr. Hyman Prescott of Sampson K. Woodard has
are superior to others in certain ri1Kpects I in raising seedlings' is caused by the Mr.. and Mrs J. II. Denmark and children N. H. Stokes made a business trip City, was a busness visitor here Wed from, Rodman whore returned hoirc'
he
c' and, one breed may )be better seed bed diseases. Damping off the :Mildred and Seeber' returned to Starkelonlay.: nesday.Mr. in the spent .1 I aril,|{
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mlapted. than another to certain local, most important of them, is caused by Saturday from an auto trip to various Mrs. W. B. Feagle of :Mt. Tabor : Joe :McKinney, of Lakeland, Co. employ the Rodman I 'J"i hr
conditions. In general the "best" hog several fungi, chief of which is Rhi;!- points in South Georgia. visited her was here
They were parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. II Wednesday to see his sister'< There is a bit of sickne--
i is the one the farmer likes best. provided txtonia. This fungus lives and propagates accompanied home by Miss Strick C. Peeples last week. Miss Mae :McKinney, who is community i i" "
ti' it Is what his. miiiket/ demands. :! in the soil and unless:! care is land, who will visiti in Uaiford for Earl: Peoples made a business school here. tl'al'hinA'I' yet.
trip Ice
I He will not make a mistake however, exercised in selecting the seed bed or-:I tfome time. They reported a very enjoyable to :Mt. Tabor Saturday.Mr. :II.... Lacy Hunter of Lake cream is being sold at 'a, \ievery
r if he makes a election from the breed in treating/ it, trouble is apt to result. trip. : J. L. Brown uttend..ll'hurl'h was a business visitor hl'reVl'dnes Saturday afternoon by Mi'- ,,
r nlroady established. I in his I C. II.I Shprl.akotr of the University at M. Bennett and daughter, Rhnil.i, ..1 .r.
locality, of I 1Irs.lory Nettles of Alachua i is Providence Sunday evening. day and Thursday.Mr. ing/ the long hot
, nays J. M. Scott of the University of Florida experiment station names visiting her brother, :Mr. S. II :Moore Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peeples attended : Chesley Fogg made a business Master summer day
: Florida experiment station. the following/ conditions as being this week. I church at Sardis Sunday. trio to Starke Thursday.Mr. Roy Brown spent S.it'inl.i\
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. After the farmer has decided upon vorable the development of the fn-I I !Mr. G. \V. Anderson and daughter, :Mr. Eunie Brown made a business Leon Cunningham and brother and relatives Sunday at Starke, the /KUI-I 1 < '

the )breed of hog which he believes to ease: Damp weather, repeated Miss Loca were business visitors to ,'trip to Lake Butler Wednesday. Edwin, of Brooker, were business visitors
be the bent and most profitable for ping of susceptible' plants, and nearly Starke Monday.Mr. I i ---. here Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Baylor and daughter, Ella, harp

him to raise, he should stick to that all of the vegetables seem to be sus- I. Lawrence Schelly' went to Jack j iK.\i: >roui> ITEMS: Rny Newsom, one of Uncle with returned, home after an extended ir t
relatives
brl'ellllnli erdi'iivor to develop it to its ceptible; and too thick sowing. The sonville Sunday to take a position at I Sum's boys, was here Thursday visiting in South Florida.
highest possible standard. It is impossible disease may be prevented by makingthe I, the Armour Packing Company Bradford, Aug. 7.MC.. M.\ An- relatives and friends. Mrs. L. L. Youngblood is viltmg,
to get the most out of swine seed I beds' on new land. New land Mr. S. B. Denmark was in StarKe on dreu and wife were visitors to Ala- Mr. Willie Reynolds of Starke her parents in Starke liltand Mr
d is usually! plentiful in all parts of the chua Sunday. was L. G. Sibley.
breeding by continually changing from business Monday.Mr. here Thursday on business.
one breed to another. state and it should be used whenever . Lewis Reynolds of Jacksonville, Mr. C. M. Anflreu was a business :Mr. II. D. Wasdin made K. B. Woodard made a short trip to
There are two distinct types of possible. New land may not be entirely is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jim visitor to Raiford Tuesday trip to Gainesville a business Slarke Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

swine, the lard and the bacon types. free from disease but there is a likelihood Dowling this week. Mrs. W. M. Harrell and son, Mubry, :'>Ir. E. Thomas and Wednesday.wife of and. Mrs. Wilkerson and family

Swine of the lard type far outnumber that it is. Then, too, it is n good Miss Lena Sapp, of Palmetto, is visiting and daughter, !Miss Geneva, were visi. 'ocha, was here on business, Monte- have moved to Lulu. We wish them
those of the bacon tvne in the United 1 i practice to sow the seed thinly so that her aunt Mrs. Rhoda Sapp. tors to Worthington Friday. :Mr. II. F. Price made Friday. much success in their new home.
a business
S States The lard type is preferred by moisture conditions. will not be favorable Mr. Tate Denmark and Mr. Shepard Mr.\ T. E. Lewis and wife and little I to Otter Creek Friday trip Miss Louise Heiberger of near

the people of this country, consequently to the development of fungi. If 1 I Moore were visitors to Sapp Wednesday son, Sidney, of Raiford, spent the day Mr.. John Drawdy, of Brooklyn is spending a while with
the majority of feeders produce the | tho plants are not too close together ,, evening pleasantly at the home of :Mr. C. M. was here on business Friday.Jacksonville, :Mrs R. M. King

rapid fattening, heavily fleshed lard they will make better growth and be :Mrs. C. B. Cason moved to Lawtey Andreu. Mr. J. II. Surrency .-----

type. The principal breeds of this more resistant not only in the bed. but Tuesday where she has secured em- Mrs. C. !M. Andreu visited Worth business in Gainesville! was transacting CLAY HILL ITEMS:
Saturday.
type are the Poland China, Berkshire, j under field conditions:! ployment.Mrs. ington Springs Friday.Mr. Mr. D. J. -
I If the old land must be used it should Byrd attended the Masonic Clay Hill Aug. 5.-Friday a nne
Chester White, Duroc-Jersey and the M. Luck of Green Cove Spring J. C. Barry was the guest of J. meeting at Brooker. I
a lloe Saturday., rain fell.
I sterilized. This One of the best for longtime
can be done V.
Edwards a
is
Hampshire. The Duroc-Jersey Is by spending time
I preferred same in Raiford. Monday night. Mr.. Alvin Wasdin made
by n majority of Florida feed- 'sprinkling the soil with a solution of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lennon were !Miss Geneva Harrell was the guest trip to Gainesville a business .
( I'd. I I1 gallon of formalin to 50 gallons! of visitors to Starko Sunday. of Miss! Elma Edwards Sunday. Mr. Pasco Saturday. Mr. E. II. Carter and Freddie Lang
I water. applied at the rate of one-half The Prevail wife and children made a visit to Jacksonville Thursday
In choosing the breeding stock the ,, !Mr. W. S. Graham moved his family protracted meeting starts the have returned to
1 Valdosta
( factor of prolificnt'ss should receive gallon to the square foot. This treatment to South Jacksonville Friday !\I.... third Sunday and runs till the fourth have been here for the Ga. They and carried a load of watermelons
much attention. Select the stock from' should be given several days be- Graham is engaged in the mercantile Sunday. Everyone invited. visiting the past two weeks Mr. Jack Smith and son, Carroll

large litters. Never select an animal fore the seed lire to be sown so that business at that place. Their friends !Mrs E. E. Baxter is visiting her Mrs. D. T. Prevatt.former's parents, :\11'. and passed through this section with a

for breeding purposes no matter how the formalin will have evaporated before regret to see them go but wish them daughter, Mrs. Annie Pinholster, of Mr. W. P. Byrd wagon load of sweet potatoes on their
good nn individual it may be, if it the seeds are planted. It might much happiness and prosperity in Brooker this week tor to Brooker was a business visi- way to Jacksonville Thursday.
conies from a litter numbering only bo well to cover the bed with cloth to j I their new home. N. G Hayes and Harley Andreu Messrs. Alvin Saturday. The farmers in this section sure believe

two or three. It will be more profitable' prevent too rapid evaporation until the Mrs. Adam Green and little were visitors to Worthington Wasdin :McKinney and Riley in peddling, but ye scribe i i-
son, Sunday motored
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f Y to choose one somewhat inferior in formalin has had a chance to do its Robert, of Starke, are visiting their morning. afternoon.Mr. over to Starke Saturday pleased to know that the farmers fan

certain points, but which is known to1 I work. Formalin can be had from grandparents, Mr. and !Mrs S. U. Den- Mrs Hattie Hayes, of Hampton, is II. B. Wiggins raise things to peddle.
lie, from a more prolific strain. The wholesale drug companies in large mark. visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. N. G. Hayes this wife and children Mr. Richard Carter, of Bliick Creek,
spent the
h word prolific means not only a larger (! quantities much cheaper than at retail. Osias Alvarez was in Jacksonville week. with Mrs. week-end at Hampton was visiting his grandparents Sundnt.

) number of pigs in a litter, but also :, Several farmers might co-operate in Monday. Fay Androu was the guest of Virginia Mrs. I II odges.Wiggins' parents, Mr. and Mr.. L. E. Starling and sister. Ida.

regularity of breeding. I buying their supplies.If !Messrs. St. Clair Bryan Shepard Edwards: Sunday afternoon. Rev. Smith spent the day Sunday with then hn>-

A sow! may have ten or. twelve pigs I brush is at hand the bed may be Moore and Lacy Cason left Sunday afternoon Harley Andreu visited Brooker Sat- church at :Monteocha and D. J. Byrd attended ther, Mr. I. A. Starling

at a litter, but may breed only once a j' sterilized by burning. Once the dis i for Charleston, S. C., where urday. Miss Bunie Graves Sunday. Mrs. J. A. Starling spent Saturday
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4 year. Another sow may have seven ort ease gets into the plants there is not I they will enter upon their service in Mr. T B. Edwards, J. V. and C. end at spent the week with Meand Mrs. S. J. Starling and
W.
Earleton
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much that .L u t," .i L h. with friends.
eight pigs! at a litter and breed twicea | can be done. It may help me u. :>. Naval reserve. i uwuras", inn ;'dr. Virgil Edwards. left u.-. family.
year. With one sow you would l raise | some to spray such patches as may be Miss !Mamie Denmark, who has been Friday for a trip down the East Coast. Waldo mr. juarnie Howling and wife, of I Mr. II. G. Perry is spending a <'"ipl(

ten or twelve pigs a year, while the home diseased with bordeaux mixture, visiting relatives in Starke, returned They traveled by auto. attended services here Sunday of days with his wife.
other' would raise fourteen or sixteen.It i I but if care Is used, in selecting or sterilizing home !Monday.Mr. evening. Mr. S. J. Starling and granddaughler [ -

Is easy to tell which would l be the the bed, this will not be neces and !Mrs. W. M. Whitten and SAPP NOTES Mrs. Odell Abernathy spent the Miss Carrie, spent Friday and

more profitable. sary. daughter Peril who have been visiting week-end in Jacksonville with her sister Saturday with Mr.. Joe Griffin and
When properly handled and cared i relatives in Georgia for the Sapp, Aug. 7.-Mrs. J. C. Sapp has !Mrs Roy Roberts. family.
past Mr.
for, sows should produce two litters SHELTER FOR FARM TOOLS two weeks returned home Saturday. returned from her. visit much improv. tives Willie McEwen is visiting rela Miss Julian Starling of Green Point

each year. The sow that will produce I Mrs. Lula Alvarez ed. and friends in Rome, Ga. is spending a week with her brother.
only one litter will not be found prof. They Might Well lie Overhauled Dur Allie Mae, of Jacksonville and daughter. !Messrs. Rigdon and Smith, farmer Mr. E. T. Stewart spent the week Mr. S. J. Starling, of the Clay Hill

t itable under average. conditions. ing the Rainy Season Too I guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B.are Ritch.the on the South Prong of St. Marys river end here with his! family section.

.-- -- ---- It is probably true- are visitors here. Rev. B. Dyal of Sampson City delivered Mrs. W. A. Starling and family motored
FOR BOLL WEEVIL: CONTROL that fully as! much Rev. Mr. Harrell filled a very after
machinery rusts and rots out I DUKES ITEMS: the pulpit interesting sermon here over Maxville Saturday
through for !
Mr. Sunday
Lewis
evening
Saturday
j and
Tick Crop Early Then poor housing as is worn out through Sunday. noon.Mr.
and
Mr.
Rev.
Cotton Plant Destroy the hard! use is the opinion of t,,. M. Rut Dukes Aug. 6.-1\1.. J. S. Howard Lewis was absent on other duties :McGuire, of Palatka, will hold : . It. W., II. and B. C. Carter
4 of the University of Florida made a business trip to Clearwater. John P. Sapp paid a business visit a revival here next week, beginning were shopping in Highland Saturday
I college of Sunday. to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Monday night. He !Mr. B. in Highland
e will Padgett was
have
f Pick the cotton early and then destroy agriculture. Where at all possible the help. other
the cotton plants before the boll 1: machinery should' be housed through-; '| Mr. M. A. Dukes made a trip to Salt : Denhnm, a prominent insurance Let's Everybody is cordially invited. Saturday.Mr. .
Y weevils hibernate. This is the advice 1 out the rainy season at least. Where Springs Sunday. man motored here with Mr. Sapp on all come out and make the meet. Richard Carter was visiting hu

i given to cotton growers by the University i this:! cannot be done, the wooden parts! 'I Ii !\I.... J, S., J. Z. and B. E. Brown were ,I his return. ing interesting and impressive. sister, Mrs. J. B. Moseley Saturday
., in our burg this week. J. C. Rosier, wife and night.
should
of Florida extension division. i i be removed and put in shelter. children were
And it make no difference whether The metal parts which are likely to'' Mr. Oscar Summers of Providence visitors at he home of her father over TIIERESSA Mrs.! E. II. Carter and two sons.

,' the weevils were in the cotton fields rust if exposed to the weather, can bl'protel'tt'eI made a trip to Ocala Sunday.Mr. Sunday, :Mr. J. P. Sapp. Thercssa Henry and Clifton were shopping In
Sam Mr. Wynn Aug. 7.-Mr.. S. B. Highland '
Dukes and Mr. demonstrator Wood- Friday.
this R. R. from
year or not. It is a safeguardthat { to some extent by a coat of Tay Brad. ard, who has for
should be exercised as a matterof axle grease or heavy oil. lor went on a fox hunt Wednesday ford county, was here looking over been home on the past two weeks !Mr.. Louie Butler, of Maxville. was

'1 tS protection. If the weevils are in j Care of harness Is also Important over in Alachua county.Mr. matters Monday. returned to account of sickness, has visiting his aunt, Mrs. W. A. Starling.

the field this fall destruction will i The life of a set of harness! usually : S. !M. Dukes made a trip to J. P. Sapp paid a business! visit to on duty agvin Jacksonville at where he is Saturday night.

prove its importance in getting a crop { can be doubled by taking good care of Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. Starke Wednesday.Mr. yard. V Merrill-Stevens ship Mr. H. J. Taylor was visiting '" the
r next it and : Nick Thomas and Dewey Dukeof Goethe, Mr. : .. *
I year. oiling the leather parts. once Manning, Master 1". and s, :\1. Clay Hill section Sundav.
Z
r; Hand in hand with early fall destruction twice a year. or.. day.Five Mile were in this town Mon- Henry Goethe and Miss Ruby Goethe, I' tie daughte 1 emma Joe Sullivan and lit- I Mr. B. D. Carter, -'i; Black Creek,

of weevils goes the practice At any time when work is not rushing : of Goethe's big mill and John Ritch 'at Hampton t 'ce spent Sunday was in this! community Sunday-
a Mr. guest of
Clanton Sea ft and and relatives.
v of planting cover crops after the stalk the farmer will find it to his advantage of Dukes Earl Dukes wife Miss Effie Ritch and John 1\11'. D. Drishw, of Mr. Everett Bennett, of Jacksonvillespent
r lias been removed. Such crops not to overloud all machinery and'' were visitors over at Worthington Rita'h, Jr., motored to the lake for a spent the week.eni here with Jacksonville, a couple of days with his mother

r only improve the soil but furnish feed repair or replace all broken parts. The Mr. Sunday. day's outing. Bathing was enjoyed. Mrs Laura B..Ue Wee friends. Mrs. J. A. Starling.Mrs. .
of a kind Florida farmers! need. Thu.the )) J. :M. Dukes was in town Mon Miss Emmie Smith, of Jacksonville, dren returned to their home t and chile ; II. G. Perry has recovered from

proper itep to take in controllin equippet day. has returned home, ofter a two weeks ton Saturday, afte. at Ifamp- his recent illness.

the boll weevil," will increase the pro will find. it very convenient and profitable A visit to the family of Mr. Ritch. it with Mr. and l\rs several n. days' vis .
new W.
society, konwn
as the Mother Mr. Moore
1 duction of forage and assist greatly! for this kind of work. of Democracy of the United Statesof Jasper, of the bend, was an over Master Percy WOOllard NOTICE
in the production of meat. Sunday visitor at Mr. J. P. Sapp. hb home returned to -
Unless America Sunday
machinery Is has just been
overhauled chartered
m"rning at
The after There ;; working
following a will
"Weevils are at the mercy of the when not in use* it may break downright by congress with existing organiza resolutions were unanimously wl'ek's visit with relatives at be a general U*
planter in the fall as they are at no in the middle of a busy tions numbercrd by the hundreds, and adopted by Sapp lodge 244, Mr. D. W. :\Ioore ant\ Rodman the Evergreen cemetery on the
season new ones being created F. &: A. M., at its regular Daisy daughter Miss of August. All are earnestly requested
other there
time, says the U. S. Department when delays are expensive. won't i meeting on were visitors to
A day ;i be much time August 3rd the county seat to be have relatives
, of Agriculture. "If the farmer spent in repairs might left after awhile for I I' : Monday. present, they that
mean the loss j anything except meetings. I Whereas, this government is now Mr. C. Sullivan wash or friends. There will be dinner

4ft t a visitor tou"tf.'Yrivtin on the ground if you carry it.




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FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, 1918 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPh STARKE. FLORIDA. r.\GE SEVEN;


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{SAMUEL M. CHURCHILL CELEBRATES I To fight for Democracy.And judges could not hear all in a day anti! l NORTH STARK NOTES The best advice now is, "Don't It.., I Flort.Ia. towi, \ f

illS !95th BIRTHDAY.Lawtey I the calendar got so( congested that to scared, get busy." John Wesley tuwe :u"1'i-'fl'1: :. 18. 1""., 7, S.t 20 ) 1 ;

1\1.1 mother here's hoping meet this emergency the judges picked :Mrs. S.. V. Stokes, of LaCrosse, is said, "A man ought to pray as If I h. ..il land twng ain.t.mI th.' tint. of I .

July3O.-Mr.:! Samuel I That I shall with them return, them visiting! her daughter :Mrs. T. :M. Williams everything" depended upon the Almighty .....n. .r much ...11...... I.. 110. n.'r .r :
told
{ Churchill, the oldest! man in this section And once more fill my place some bright young men. I and work na if everything. "h..w. tini-.. ..ll oenttItrainhali \1 '

has just reached and passed the 'In the home for which I yearn. to( Ko around among the crowds), listento this week. pended upon himself." I If we abandon I.I".n: ".d .n according the 2"d I.tiny.".r. lay d..d, .i A.I..i I'., ." _ _

95th milestone of his life. Sunday, their tales of woe and then walk :Mr. Walter Kuhl visited Mr. Walker home effort and think of nothingbut : :1.1",1.

July' 14th was the old! gentleman's It lie months and even .""'i' my official aitnatrn a,,...a Pii
may yearsi around behind the bar and tell themto Eary Sunday.Mr. we find hl."I"S 11. \t .
congress may d.y July A
.r 0.
birthday and he celebrated it by at- Before I K'ss; tears 11 .W..Kf
i away your ,
( them in a few words* From this :Nelson: Howling, of Waldo! visited dog that we have dropped the bones C I. W I _ _
Jtending the morning service at Grace But I'll11'\ true and think of you, '..nl Court, Vraltor.4t0tIfhY. t1..I..
JIM. E. Church: of which he is a mem- I I I I While in this distant land. we get the expression "called to the at the home of U. W. Seckinger last for the shuwda t P.. 8.2.8t. .

fbvr, and remaining for the Communion I 11'0 jim say a prayer bar," and "submitting a brief.: These Sunday.Mr. MT K I .

{Service arid a surprise postal shower I I To Him who .shall hear men were called "counsellors" and I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Notice IK hi'n-tty ;.., untlcr, anti tiy

was given him by his many friends That I may have a helping: hand. they to be regarded as officers :: Frank Starling, of Gator Heath + LEG .\ I, NoTICES 4 Vlrlutt of a Ktiu l IWrwr ..f KnnTliwlin* nmilitml _ _ _
and neighbors in the city of Lawtey. -.J. L. Shriver "Somewhere in came passed through hereVedneatlay after rvn.l.Tnl .Inly Int. A. l> IVIH by th.
of the court. Both these habits survive + + .. + + + + + + + + + + + + + : J"ilmof thi Otrull Court of I h.. mh JtnllotnlCiicuit ,
f Samuel M. Churchill born in France June 1 1918.
was UiriiTa.
noon. '.(lTIC.: OF iUAKIIAN SAI KThirty "r t / itnil for 11..1 I.'n.
Bethlehem, Litchfield County. Conn.. I S to this day. As the lawyers helped iv. I In ChHnrrrv In fnvor of AMKK-
1823: and with his Mil-son Luvonin nnd :Mary Green attended iliiyn lifter ilnto hi>r.i'f o., ....,,011 : I U'VN .\(. lln"' : ('()M- _ _
July 14th, grandparents DKAU: DEAR the judges it was regarded as II .111'1.1'11.t1\
the I Illth this of A tICIIt. ItMH.1 I will nply" to I'"N\'. A .. ant
{ resided in that town until he great honor to be called to the bar n prayer meeting nt the home of thi. Honorable (it.... ,\. I;...,Itn.... ('...m\y .1.luJurof HUrtiiKl, K 011"111 .".:' A Nil HISMtK. ,

{was 21 years of age; at that age he ("If you have profiteers to Mr. Will Booth Thursday night. llrmlforil County. Kloriiln for an Onlirto M M(CV C It 1.\.. ),. .'"" tlio tin-
(had an attack of illness nnd was sick along prepare public acknowledgment of intelligence I dell nt private unle tin* l tt''niiiini will r for. *nl.. twforw the CourtHtniMi
shred them Revised Shakespire.
now. :
: and the Quite a crowd l of young people gathered .1" Interest enrh. of Itarni-y Hellilrirltiiinn l Hir. nt frllarltFIrttit.. 1..lw..n the
i integrity and they ( lawyers) .
time. Soon after his he .
Edmund Vance .
recovery )- Cooke. .loeeph K llenilrlrkK. mlnnr heir of .1. Icitnl hmim of ,otl,. .on MomUv AutrUHt 6th,
left his grand parents' home and hired "We're not making cent! got no pay. Clients who won out were 1 nt the home of H. I,. Green l- rl. R. llelutrickii ..,,01 Mary K Tamil, ,I.c...ueI. I"t'I 1". ,. the I h I In hot nn.l tonI ",.1.1.I T for riuh

I himself to a farmer for the best wages And a grateful and to save embarassment all dny night/ anti enjoyed l pound party. in anil, to I the fnllnivlnir ..1..11.1"'h'\ '. to-. I the I r.I."ln.I tl.'NortlH'd ",n.1.,1.1\ In r'
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our profits are spent wit : Solithweot Uunrli-r. of rloiithweit yuarler. ,iiv. Morliln. : Fat:
i obtainable at that time-- twelve dol- .' l For the wur" says the poor profiteer. around the lawyers took to wearing All reported l11 nice time. A South' llnlf of Nnrth-i>M IJimrl.'r ofSiilllhivmt Jnlr 1".1..cI I t>f.I 110.. NorthKMt. .wlt Mnrtrr. I (41 of

lars per month. He worked as n farm "Yes it's true meat is high UllnrUT. S.ett,.n t Hill.I TiiwnahlnIK Northwrnt IJunrtrr i1 I ) of S'rtlnn 'I 1 bin-
S hand for eight: months and then secured Which will gowns with pockets in the middle! ( of | :Mr. Knrnio Hr'llnt'n... visitor nt ) S Knnite I I'M K. rontnlnlnir In all .lAOlarnw tv.i,. rllM t Township St'trn (71 t South Range. c

a position in a match factory in we not deny, the back into which clients burdened the home of P. L. Green Sunday. mintor li'... Thin lutli' ilnv ..r .luly. ' ''i'iitv-Twi/ t ij'jl! I Kaitt. conlninittir' Twenty
And we wonder what makes it ? Dear! "'IS A 11 ANHUKWS.iunnlinn i .Ju't nftfM mofv or l,*.. toir Mhi.r with nil Mnil _ _ _
INoith Haven, Conn.. where he remained dear! with gratitude anti cash could slip a Miss! l.nvonia Green visited Miss Etta (; of Itnrnev Henilrlrloi anil ..liHiephHenilrirkN. ,tingttl.r. tin. tellrnumUr, )h.-t-inttl.ttittfltii. ntlftpt'Hi'iintvi ----
two Mr. Churchill then went E minor helm nf lnp. ''.. HintlrlekiiI I
years. few simoleons and case their consciences Williams I' it.I', .h."nl. Iwloliunitt, or In nnyvini *
tto railroading and helped to( lay the Tuesday afternoon. .n.1 I Mary K. Carroll. ilisiiniiril.RKCISTKITION \ .i'i.t'rtati| lung.
Believe: me my profit unbeknowingest to the law J. C. t' n -
{ first track of the railroad ever run Mr. Karl Edwards and brother. The- 011'1.1. .
Has all .
to 1oph..t.Times '
from :New' Haven to Ke\v "Tork. He are gone tough( for the landlord this. yers. From this we get the expression oplis, Ill-,, Mr.i EltI..tlgo"llIilll1l". were .. touts JOHNV.'. Hfl.l. 1.lnl :,1. ,
occupied various positions with different "slipping it to him." This habit Nntiei', IH hi'n'liv ii,,t.n Ihn Itho n>Kl.tratlonHM roiiiplninnnt n Solicitor 7-0-6U ,
{ year.: among! thone \\ ho attended the party >kn of llrailforil, ronnt> will |I... otN>n nt Ihi. I
railroad companies: doing Construction n.ieme! I it 10.,..... --- -- -
Of course it's surprising died young. know court j In Stark on Ttii-mbiv. 'I'hiinitlnvnml
at B. I.. l.roon's; last mi i. TO :
night. uriKr
Friday
work in connection with Siitiinliiv, of >arh k. lM-twi .. hnuntf TIll P
new i M-i The I way rents are rising! died young! The matter of fee is no 'IN ('lttt 1'ir' ( J
I I' a m. anil 1? 111 nnil J! nml n for FIGITI
nines then being opened up and lateraccepted Hut I wonder why is it '.' hear! dear!" longer II delicate question. This was :Miss olin Dean spent :Monday, with rI[I he ,ri'trlHtmtion of ,.10..10.... p. m. ..inniri' ('I 1"11' t> 101. 5''
road for 111 \ IN "
position as master
( a '
her bister" Mrs. I..ry'i1linl11iJ., of ( A. KNinnr.SuiHniHor \SI .lt I"t\l
in railroad running from Bridgeport, "Yes shoes the beginning of lawyers. No telling of KivUtrntlon, for llrmlfnnl County. KOIl C'O\IS\! (1IN.
are outrageous T..m"I1111.: I-KIIV.:
|Conn., to Tittsfield. Mass. After serv- It takes your ,\eek' wages where they will end. H.li-.it. 'I R. (). IVnnnnl., &

Sing that company for several years: hewl.'nt To purchase n" pair and it's queer) -- Little Miss Anna ;Mae Pean is visiting APMIMSTIIATOK NOTICE (%nntlnlniint.vm .

to northern Illinois and for three For hides are so manyI Eggs': ought to bu marketed l prompt- :Mi.-- :MrrillVilliams.. Notlre IH I harehy Btven to all .....'.1110,,,,. dlnIrlhuteea. : ....1'1' l.unil A luitnlicrntlon I Ci.. 4

year! occupied the position of ynrd- scarce make a penny: y. Time is everything to an egg and.! leiinteen and all nfhcr '..-.....n. bavin rt nl. S
for the Illinois Central Hail- claima or demnnilA mialnnt thu eMaln nf IVfvnilnntH.\
master after which he served the On skinning the public! Dear! dear! the hotter tho weather the less tim I 'I r. :Manning Cooper was seen hero J. IV "'...1"1f. ,ilen-tuml In |>re.ent th. Hamatn Ill 1.1. 'i'll (it I IKT TITI.K.

groiid. same the egg has to ke'p.Lingerie. Sunday.s the undi-mlD-neil. .. Atltnlnhtlrntur of bin, To John I I' |"lr*>nnnn. tilt. llourli, .. (iflgS .; t';.
ompany as roadmaster for a period Dear> porkers nnd packers alii. eetalff' within two yeara frtim thn date H I I''I'| .'. '1'.. Mtirhlii l.unil. 1 1 ,linniiiirHlioiiCoiiipnuv. I

|of two years. And dollar mad slackers hen'nf. otherwlHtt, the annin will In barreil.Puled '. n rorporntiiiit.t W rlt'liln, MiirKHii !
R :Mr. Churchill\ superintended the lay- and. limed I thla. Ifllh tIny. of Mny. A. >t M. .t..hit.,.,,. John A ]I.atl'r, <;iiihiini.ifA .
Who bleed, us and drop us a tear. D. 1U1H( .In.. I. .ole.'. J..h. K. Knrl.:, .t r J. U. Fart: I
ing and surfacing most of the trackof I If it takes confiscation Secret In SinNEV l>. I'AOr.KTr. W. K. I I...... $...lti'l C. I.nit"', John f. .:....
the Iowa Central] Knilroad from the To succor the nation, Developed A. aillnlnlHtrator of (h. eHlnlv of J I>. I'ail- .1 l I' Mr I..nrr. ,,,,,,' I M.-("II. Kmnh J. .
Missouri line to the Minnesota line dear! a".,11. .I't...nit.,I.A I. Mra"'lwv.; ThwiunH W. I'lltH. ("..""'. Knh-
You find that its
may really- V. l4inr. attorney. Bl7tMITIfK ( "rtH. 1* THmhh1 I iiiul V.I.hlln".,
find( did the work by contract. Later dear! .. ,',,.1..n.y,.. whtMtv n>.i.li>ne.Mt ...
.ho purchased some land in Iowa and CharmingVariety Colors andMaterials knownYtiu '
jit was not long before he discovered OK Kl FfTHIMNMHinSi. c oiiKp'l'iNtl, : :
LUCY SILCOX iiinl filch of you. BM luivl>y I..t
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that a 4-foot vein of coal wa. running I \ i i Tli.t l.i'U-Kliiliii.,. of 1117.i uniliT I. lip ...tI a,iti'-air iM'fnri, tl h. jtulm of thnI'lrrull
|right: through the center: of his property I ]Death has again invaded the ranks the ConHtitiilion of IHHR. of the Stole nf Klorliln. I'.,..t for llm Klitlith Jn.lirliil. Clrrulti.f
;Mr. Churchill interested several oi ibil, IIIIHN I Iwn Joint n Niiliittnti i . priipininu,, .Morlihi. In iinil for Itrtnlfoitl rounly. .. tint7th t
and formedith of Kingsley lake Baptist church and ""nii-nilini'iitH ,t.. I lhi. Coimtitiitinti I, 4if th. Stat' I ilnv i>f IliMolHT.) I 111.I ill I Iti.. fiiurthnuiin
capitalists a company was I claimed our .dear sister, Lucy Silcox, .,>f Florliln.. ant II.. .nn" ,,, w...*. nKrei*.1) In by nvole In miiil ('..,,"'ly. niiNWi'r, Mill? of ('(.m.
thi- result that the Kxccliior Coal to whose with sad hearts wo .i.f tlirvi-Hfllin of nil tt,.- "nu'iiibi-rw i-liTl-. ,i.t.t itt i.*luliilrl. itMnlnHt you. I In ..,.1) cur t livU
Min( was started and it became the memory, eil, .tn enrh holme : thnt t Ito vote* nn Hniil .,.lolntKiAolntloliH tl. l>i>nniinlTin1 '

.het: <'oal mine in the State of 1 Iowa.( I pay this tribute. j n.....* '.nll......' upon, I tlti'lr .....,....*- 1 Itriiilfoitl rutinlv 'IVIfirrtiph, In him liv
While she has gone from us and her :New' York, Auir. 7th. gre.itnricty' of culors. I tivi. joiirnnlH, with the vi-nii, anil flaw thinon.nnil Ifslunnteil I ni n uNinpi.r| In uhlrll his nt,
JI I Ic finally permitted the mine to be be thev' iliil ili-terniini'. anil .liriM't thnt I t llr I ,< InpuhltnliKil for ,'i.he work nnd her voice will forever Ihiuntil .lu.1
I woiiiler if there is anything nioreappttt1ing I .\ Ii I Interesting new I 11".11(11
Fold big operating of St. .'..t.
't.
a
Joint KmoliitlonN
company bi> Hiihmltteil" \ 1n tin
missed, by us, W(' cherish u sweet recollection the than .. XVII'Nr I :S4! niv tinml, ninl I tin. ....1 of pail
Paul :Minn.\ lie then: purchasi'd a 220icn : () to aVl'rlljteVomun Illustrated here Is a most unusual ''lis'lnra. of tin Stntint I IhiCeiirrnl: I Kli'HIim:. In . '
of the purity and nobleness of tint thin II.' .Hut ttY of July I'HHi
N. t ntIo-r. VIIHNIW.
'"arm in Central Town and worked, the soft Huffy details wo call lingerie! ? : : I w. 'l 1' H.KM.";;
her life. Her )pure and exemplary I design for the upper part (lits'l'ry TIIKKKKORK.. : :. : I. II Cf.AY CIMWVOItll i tSil.t: '\

It till the severity of the winters drove walk her lofty and noble! purpose and :Xo' matter how plain they lire, if there much I like a camisole nnd t the lov.fr Srrrctlirv' of .Slnti. of llu> StatitriIi .' of CliTk..'itly.t'liTiill!' ( ,ti'C. I..U..I isI
him t<> eek a warmer climate.Mr. ,. tin t hrrrhv itl It. notlre I lint nliKNKUM. 1".lt.
doyotipn to duty, will ever be an inspiration is a touch of handwork antI a dainty !part is a new development of the envelope : : : I. KI.PCTMIN: : 1 1 M.( '111 IM..Iwk..n"II. .
Churchill came: to Florida: in tho to all whose privilege it was ribbon they attractive. Now will I be tutu In eneli eininty, In ,MoriIn. nil .1, Kill
or so are .. .
Fall ''if 1888 and settled, in East: Lawtoy. to know her.Readily I rhi-mise. The construction is 'rnemlnv, next Htirn-t'illnir, the, flrt, Mnnilnv. ,InNovember. /.h. r.. Cnmliliiiniint 8.2.1'1.111 V

where he has resided ever since. and happily she responded that silk and satin has invaded thin quite interesting; one straight length A I K I IIIIS.I. the Kill.I T.I. ,," Islnicthe

Kegardless: of his age this wonderfulold to the call of her Heavenly Father and realm where linen and cotton reigned of thirl I ) si\z: i null z material I is folded I r'lKTII DAY OK. N'OVKMIIKKfur : ... hori'liy I I': UK .I'n HIU.llt..N uiuhir SIKSutler nnil liy

[ gentleman operates: his farm with went forth to( do His will in her early supreme there is no limit to the possibilities. underneath. The selvages on each sidi,. Ihe rntiflrnlion or ,,'J..II,," of the ....1.\.1..1,1111 \ \lrtuiof n ......In..I of Kxiflitlmi: l".ill"Hout .,
Ian ambition and activity that wouldjwHI hearts made sad IteNolnlioiiH. |irdionlnir| iininriilmi'ntH. to of ninl, ".d. a 1'1..1 ,if llm I ClrruiLCourt f fi.
life. While our are are sewed together, leaving nil opening i II... Coniilitiitlon of It.... Sim., of HortilH. vl.. . .r.r1,10., .". County. I Inrliln.. liinrinirihiti. 4
\ become a young man. I because of the /great loss yet we know The narrow silhouette, which is the A JOINT KKSOI.UTIOVrropoNintr : . of J.n.' 'JJ.I. I ,in tlmt ....1.1. riiiim
C idlers are frequently astonished' to that "The Lord taketh delight in the half \t ny up above the lower edge I ,. nn Anii'nilinent' In His-tlon I.. H of Ar- uherein KHrmrm *IIM., ..... Hunk, n corporation C

find him often in the heat of the day 'death( of His saints" and we fool( nshurod prevailing one i>ururdin"'I i ; to ;\In.11I1I1 I Ion eui: ( h Hide. The lower edge is slashed iiliXII? I .of ii,.. Connlltiitlon' ..r it... fll"... ofMoriihi I umler the limn of the Sliito' of Klorliln It'
I nelnlliiH, t i I In Kiliirnllon.: in pliilnlllf.' nml Ill rn M II F.at.'i> In ilrfoniliiul -
f oui >n hu farm hoeing corn ploughing n crown of righteousness awaited Mode, demands underwear, built on the fold at either side \leaving : \ ; : ; : )
along < It I. it K.-milvnl I by the, I.i-Klnli.tur' of II,. Stat lof l<> ,,I,. Httil vvhi'iiMn I''lnnl I Juilttmeiil MUM reiuleril -
got riding, his mule in search of cattle l her coming and that some day with narrow lines. The frilliest petticoats' i about I six I i inches undi'rcut., The I Horl.lii. ... the I Kith ilnv of t .1""... till*, in Hnlil vntinly .
those who loved her best we too, shall Thnl I I Ihe folloivinu. iinii'iiilniimt .if Heellon t I S.f liuil St'",... u I IrmiMeripl, of uhlrh, jiiilunienfc 4
Th wonderful specimen of youthIful mu.st, be limited in width and the number slashed,I portions nru then gathered I il\. .. \, tint.,. Ml I of the (',,".tlliill, ,in of the' him, I been iluly rrronleil In tin* pulil.r. nii,rili4 ofItriMlfuril
old! age has now received' his secloml meet her again in that bright home : of ratTles carefully: counted or one Mini,, .of I Klorlilii i UVIntillit I I,, Kiliirnllnn:, . I I"In \ Count t.. Morlihi. HH I lti.> Hilllle innrMfully I P
.ight nnd without tho aid of glass- above. I jto straight t bands that I button around( ri-hy nirri'i'il I til nnil Hlmll I lie. ."I."il".1. ,to the. HppenrH' I W. J I Kppeiii.M: | t.lr, .fllriiilfonl

let rend, his IJible day. As aIquiet To her !loving husband/ and childrenwe will be that horrible thing) "unfiishionable. t the Knee. Lace can I lip whipped i along ,.|I..H. nf Ih I Him. ru nilopllon, I or n'jiwtlolint I Ciiiuilt' 1'1..1.1., I".. 10,1'.1, .... .
every I lhi. ni'vt I ui>..,-...1 ".tnt 1"," of Iti'iirtiietitiitlveH' till .I ilenrrlbeil. mil "'.' '0 "...1.
\ earnest Christian character : extend our sympathy and commend the opening though it wuht not be, too I t.. be unit in I hn Y"."'. A. ,II totS |ttnt| I In tornv. fonl. r.I..ln"' lo-ull; I I."I" I iinil' 2 In I"". I I'. .

[with great faith in God and a strong them to Him \\noso grace i is all sufliIcient The :Material :Side full it will be clumsy to wear. Kibbnn tint HITInn I S .of ArtlehXII I t of the I r !ii.1j .' in he has won the love I for every sorrow and, trial.! or l .of t Ihe Mlnle, of 1"I..hl. W ,iinii-hil.il. noIIM : nlHii:; : Nil;ii| ..t I liiinl r, feet wlih* entirelynnroHH
prayer This report was read and adoptedby Batiste and nainsook nn used, for straps bold it up over the shoulders. .h. rllll at. follolVH the north, eiul of I.... n I ,,.I l [ and full! respect of every one who I I HWtlnn N. Knell: Hhall )I... .
wishes be soft. county reitiltreilto Oiloni'x.lihliiin, i I t Ihe Town of I l.nk llutler. -
jXnow:" him. .' Kingsley lake Baptist church July the garments one to The one illustrated here has n 6. ....... nnil I oollfnt anniinlly for I I hi I Htlpporlof . lylnu nnil I"-'"".in Hertlon )ll t "l't'. n I.H.. II. .

Churchill married, in \Voodlliury. :2! 191. The Japanese! nainsook considered touch of hniiil embroidery on I the camisole the I pulille, free HehiMiln tliervin., IIM of nut I'll K: I H i Ihe I Miiiue tt"lit',,'''' III |II, Mr was i C. E. SAUNDRItS.SILAS :: I h', .. han I 110..-.. (11 ntlllH. nor mum. San ten nt lilllte 211! ..r t Ihe puhllr, record. of llnnI'lIMCoiinly. l .
: ( ()nn., at the age of 2i; his wife i, SILCOX the best by many for it has a soft luster part nnd has tiny lace I buttons to i I tin t mfllM nn the 01..110.on ail tnxnblti prfipertyIn Klorliln. iil>o. li.l. I IJ.. 8. I. 5. a. 7nnil i .

dying a year after their arrival in that does! not disuppeiir; in the fnstvn it. Ihe ."""'. N. helnx" nil .., I,lurk :i.1. neconliiiii, !.> !ill l l lHiiliilivlnli.il
('oniunittee.5 A II 'T nI:sili.IlrIINI ..r t I lie .1. W ',, ttfl urvi-r at i Ilia i
[ Lawtey) n.s the result of a runaway I __. __ laundry tub. Batiste comes i in ,du- Fur I Hours of MasoWith : I I'roiMiHi'il' .. .1.nilment I. I tin. CiitiHtilullon t t I ofRoilla. Town ..r WorlhliiHton Sit" r'tg., I lorlilii. tyit'tino.1

a\'I'"lpnt in which their carriage, was ft. H II III K.nnil :.
4. ., in Serlliin L'H. Tp.
!> 'i' 6) ' !' '!> 'b h..II.
6'4' '
[ overturned and two of the occupants nil of our now duties we need! I.. It lti
| Killed. They had five children three an hour now and, then in which we can .' of I MorlilnTlinl i I II .il iluy i, .Aumim, A. ,H. HUM, hrlnu HIM
I I Article X I I" of the foniiHlllullon, if .
Ut Munilny In mii'l tnonllt. attI l n reuulnrHllleH
f boy nnd two girls. Three of them LAWYERS I absolutely relax and forget the perplexities t Ihe Sinn' of rlnrliln., I I... ninl Ihn I ..,,n,. IH I hire, iluy .lii'riof between thn leMiil liitur ofmile.

I hnvi died leaving one son now mar- .!. those by nmrndt.il 10 nn to renit aH. ftilloWH : I Ill front if ti... Court, I HKIUUI d..,. InHtvrhe
For
j ned and living in Jacksonville where I I ,. By Joe Earman in ralm Bunch *! hours that must bother have the us. cos I Artiele. I.tl.: .,XIX.I..r iehnniri.Sistion, I.of all The alrnbolle ninnilfildltire.mile or I Inloxlenllnir .. hluhrat. nml"Klorltlil bent, R.I tilibler l Mill for the rnnli.an l, ., .iiurrhiwrrto l. tin
f h in the real] estate business we proper .
> engaged '*' Post "> I t 'I liiiuori, anil ,..v. ..". .. vhi'lli-r i .lilriluiniM imy Tor title.t Hlibl liroperty |I.>||IK Nol\\.1 l tiMHtlMfy >
I and one daughter, also married, tunw. We cannot nlTonl to get wrinkles vlnoiiN fir "limit "' hereby, fn ever until reeutliin mill rimlN
Minn. .*. > ,prohibited I. the Ill'' of Klorliln "-"",'|1.1 nl- W J I KI'CKHHON.NherllT. ; i
I living in I'ipestone, in drosses nnd theyare
This' venerable old gentleman attributes 1 $ ,S, <;. .*. .?. ,;. .;. i- .> ii., .. .* -D our anyway nIt for ",,,.'.tlrai. Hclentllle u meelinnlrnl, |1"irpiiHeH > Uni.lf.ir.l C.iuiily. r'liirliliiK. .
not at all comfortable to loungein nnil wine for Hiiariimenlnl. I""''' .* themile I (I. his a t,... Altornrv I for i'iii ntif. 7-4-01.
his long life to simple diet I That little brochure on law which, I I nodnegligees of u hlrh nlenhot nml win, ,. for I!I.> | urIMIHCH . ----. .- -- -
and the so we have "lounging ro"I'" aforeHniil. Hhnll I be revuliiteil, by 'liiwMtftion
good outdoor work
habits tried on the boys the other day hud so J. I I.etflHlntnre, NIlIC
'
HII'I.
that thnt are loose and feminino- The .10,1 einirt _ .4
blessing of God. He one I
says that I have ,tIt. t IIIWH for the enforeemelit the I I'rfiilHlonn .
{ great mistake of his life was when he little trouble getting by ( ly dainty. There are fascinating affairs I of thin ,, .1.. 'IVi Tin, ll.mornhle llonril of I'lihllc Innlruotion.

sold the coal mine but he says he :j grown bold and chesty enough to take clcrcl( on the order of men's smoking 5-ct I.... :,)i ThlH, nrtlele .1.1. ,.. In ., i ... .
the dny of I
on II. J..nr. I II" Kin.,
mnde no mistake when he came to another: chance.: (costumes mnde of satin or silk ; there The' "."-.. eiiMt In ctimtillnnee. with I KHid. |..rnlitHieil Ihtkn.tin. unleniiirni.il in Kimytra t mill |1'1'| .rly -

Florida. It's sunshine has helped to j It; is surprising how many interesting and anientlmentH. and I totiinvaita.. ,dislHrationn I uwnera 1.\1.. your h"'III.I. iMiity .
prolong his life and the kindness of I are kimonos of every variety, and i-fturnn thereof .h.1 IM> eiibjieteilFn ., call an .. .. iletermlni. whether thnterritory
i its people has helped to make that things just a plain, ordinary, average I there are soft fluffy "robes" of sheer the .....,. reuiihitlonii nnd ."I... mi fire <'ml,riirml.In thM fullowiiuc. ,. t*.
find out doing '.."" ". 'I t by lit a' for Kenernl **lef'liinn I In ( known iui Hiieelnl Tin nhiillvoUi
of by
sort man can "Io..t.
j extra life the more enjoyable. I Slule of .... A nti..1.1 1".1. .". Mini. ,,, 1. .. rlertLhrrn
S what these railroad crossing signssaythats I IN KSTIMONV: WiriCRKOK :. .Iriuif'rN Dili t4rriliry I. .. lHunileilnil

UWlSIIIU'EU; : mefter! the I hnve berenntn net followi : lleiilnnlnu .t NK corner MM. 112.IP. .
A TOAST TO keeping: on
ft my hand and ,airited the.iSHAt.l 'I 4. Kmiirf M Hunt: thvnr W"I MloitK, thnrhnnnel
jump, with eyes open and thinking I : firent: Henl .,r t HIM F'tnte ntKliirldn. of New River, I.. H W corner I if Ne..

I ( Written by Prof. A. B. Shaw, Brook- considerable for twenty-five or thirty s.r ', at TnllnhiiHee.. tH. "...n.'. Wiiit Hlonii Tp. In. .lIvllll" Tp.
the (
cr. Fla.) 'tilii. thin the twelitynrth 4 antI 6 1. Ito .t-4 Hrclion ",* . .n 4.i'I .
as a traveling salesman in Flor- t ilny nf .July. \ l> ,. n. Itittg.2 I Kimt.: thenrn mini h nn ..1.1
years
'IUIS.II .1-4 Hertlon line South .of Hertlon itt,
I Here's to the Boy who goes to France, ida, I now have time to "stop look antI I v'lMY I (.\\I"II) Ihtnri, .Ii..... until Sertlon lln. UH > ,

With heart so brave and true.IIl.'rp's R.9.131 I."V KlnteMil.I. : ,,, Hectlon t IT Tn.ft I
j a listen. .rlh..n ,
.. n'.I.
ri.n".I' ,, .stt
defends 't'l : north
to the Flag that he ; There was a time when lawyers did I / TO (I'IKT: TITI KIN line, o |Mint of lieirlnninir.Arthur ; "

The Red the White and Blue. I I CIRCUIT l I COURT, 11tII, Slnrhnii.. .1. H '..1... W. K. Koryth -
not cut near as much ice coupons or r ..1.r'Wt.1"111'' I> J. M. "..,... J. K. RoancS.. W. (infllH -

Here's to the Girl he left behind. figure in the general scheme of thingsas "01 IIHAIl. If. I.'. H..I"I.1 I II I R""" J. II. (,....
stIlt folJNTY. CHAN.CKUV. M. 4.
I W Itimlrr. ; .kln. I. J. rlrnlth. I..
The Girl with a broken heart. they do now. In days that are spoken : Miirrhee. llnrily K....., It. N. cr.r... J. '

She willingly serves the Red Cross of with emotion between a sigh and ; .t' It. O. llennard.' I,. IliiwUlm, Hurley Keen John I."".. H.
calls CnmiitMinant l.rllt, II J. K..IIT. W. J. lllnu., J. H.
a cob referred to as the "good old I VNMorldn 1 'liriirm, W K Keney.The t
Resolved to do her part. humbfcp citizen..*, Land A Immlifratiun Co... llonril of fiihlla. Inntruetlon of llr.,1-"
days, ]lawyers were The Newest Undergarment I et a I I. foril County i hereliy orilem .n election bhefil .

i Here's to the Mother bathed in tears not the pompous( personages that we II IiH DefendnntH. ut IfoHli-r nrhiMl hoimv on Sittiirilny AuuUHt -
(lightfully soft colors. From white ti> I Ill .1. 'I 1X1 QUIRT TITI.K :tnl. for the |uirpne.en get out In th for.. '
; Whose' part Is nobly done; now see putting on a long.tailed coat, To the unknnwn. ,devlHeeM trnnleeH.ind ,. ,
God cream and.! even tho deeper shade of If '-" 10.1. ".flit ,petition. nml r.. th I |iurM>Hi* of hulilIIIK -
i She sends tumulteous prayers to and dog at public gatherings, eliilmanta, of. thmuirh anil under I'.n.' mini eliM-tlon the r.I..ln" msnager'ttint
For Victory and her Son. dignity ecru the shades are bewitching. Then, C. Bryan ... ,ilefendanbi ... ,.- I..... nrM'iilnllil J. 1..1... J. W.
over-running the Legislature and filling d .I..n.. an* unknnwn t '.nklnii ., J.m. Roster.
too the other colors, flesh pink, baby ,0
with views and legal l'tF'rINO; : : T. u,. HNIflll.HTKIt.: I if
TO MOTHER I the newspapers blue lavender antI apple green are Ynii and each are hen>bv riuirfdft ChHtrnmn llonnl ruljlld Instruction. llrail- I
Somewhere in France I'm dreaming advertisements. There were only I he anil aiear before the judtfn' nf tha(1rttt 'onl County. Klorlila.At'ent .
wishes for more col I
charming if one Court for the Eighth Jmhrlnl Circuit
of mother, I la of them. All this is surprising ... .,. ,, :
you few tone ribbons effect I I. ,. in anil ru Itradfnrd rniinly n the K. It. rOI'I'FLI:
With the two any '
Yf's. dreaming of the dearest one to or. lay of Novvmher. IIIIH at the Cuunhnunen '
I hut it is true. There were lawyers aplenty '1111 ( ,,00ty Huperintenilent. tint Secretary. 4'
me. can be carried out perfectly.The ald County to answer a HIM of Cfim- 7-4-fit.
and haughty ones too, in ancient l,)M'nt' exhlhlUiil' .. .In.1 you In tiald court. byK.
An at night when all is quiet. fad of intense colors for under- I I). 1)nni'ol.'iha ,
Your dear face I can see. Greece and! Rome, but they disappeared I Hradforil Cntinty Tt-tt'irrarih la herebylewlunated NOIHK Of J,i" /. III.HfllAROr.Six .
has passed I am glad to
gay.
with everything else good or garments aa a newmmper in which thin notic. ---
and i shall bn ptiMiHhi-il for twelv Cfmiie utlvaweeka. after liit4i hereof I will
When I wonder off in dreamland less. Futurist yellows oranges purples t't I m.nlh nnnl preavnt.
bad, more or my vo.eh. account the ffunorahln
Then I fly back home to you : Alfred the Cr"at had, gathered never did seem appropriate. They \ \.' The landn' tleHCrlWfl in the HIM of Complaintn (0". A. fianliner.. County. Judicii. ..1IlsIforI
Though my visit is immortal. After I all well for the boudoir, the -' I thin eaiiH.. the title whlrh la .".."ht to county florl'la. anil auk for my Ii
Your heart is as true. the loose ends in England he established arc very ,- --- iiuleteil nit awftlnt the alifive ,lnfi.n.lnntaare final itiiicriiiriH* HH a"mlnl.la'", of thit .si.V
dear just up "--
with to hoar negligee can be very charming in contrasting I r, )/. imrtietiltiriy .'..... ." an follfiwn fi-wit : or J. It. lUllhrinik ". llallbrook, iM t
courts judgM of : F. of
sot: NK'i: SW' NK'i % HW'/ Iesto.i.rhts.
Only wating, wishing, longing and decide the neighborhood fusses. shades of Georgette crepe or simple Hi-Minn. for :Nightgown'chitfon /f.: nf NV NVVi/, of NW%. Section 3, For to return. chiffon. : a ;' of NK':' ,. Section 4, TownnMu A. J. V. HOWARDS.
boy t.
your dear murmured First the judges: sat on a rock umler, two layers perhaps! with two SoIt Kanve '.'-. Knnt. Al tan lota I. 2. f. .1-211-0 nan Ailmlniatrator.NOTUK .
And then a prayer is tell his Wash satins and silks have been 4. 5. antI H, ,. WKj nf HWl/ of NWI/,1 . .
T/ keep him from all harm. an oak tree and let each man 'nilors that harmoniw. The 'boudoir uml ltl..ck. I'l I II.. lit. IH. I 17. IH. 21, :22. 2:1.ami : ------- - -.
received by so Womf'naccount TH ltIlt: ross ASIt
picked a favorably many NW '/, i.f HWi'; > ,,f Heetlnn 'Ilt'IIIONI
businci- up into 24. l'ir 2T&wn.hi
side of it. When _lipp"'r. too, must be taken consideration All I I pentona I Inili'hteil to "t. It.Alurnnthy. .
of daintiness R. Kanva 2J. Kant. Mali ,loinnnil I"
their extreme
While out on the field of battle little they moved into a boilding and! on for "fixit-easf" is a part blorln brinkpart M.iiith. of (' auhtlivlHion late of 1".lr..1 roufity. ,Jeceajieil,
WhiTe ':1'11",1' bullets scream tiring the and also for the fact that they launder ..r Kft'd' SretItn 2. .mmlnl' : sir. reiiueMterl U> pay unlit ib "' furth- ]
awkward to
Where anguish pain and sorrow as it was sort of well. Crepe de chine "never of the complete rest m-i-essnry. VVri.VK.SH, my band and Ihn Heal iif HaulCfiiirt , .vii h., anil all peniiiN hi, "'.* rlulnin MKAlnntInly *
rock inside some enterprising villager very I i The SleletH: NiichtguwnFollowing Iti". th,. 'lint 1 nf July.. 1'Jta. ..(h.nl."I.I. wtthtn one yenr fntnl thl.' r
ill> reign supreme.Th wears out" and can stand any numberof iSKHI.i: d,1 W. 'r. WKKKH: I Itsat'S, .1..,* are reipieKleil,. t. prmwnt them, ..
made a bench for the judge to -it nn. the fashion of sleeveless' Clerk Clreuit Court llrMilfunlrniinly. ., .. tint.. or they will Ut furever barred.Thla I!
and trips to the tub, especially now that the il.y "< July *. ./
of battle oak log flat on one side Florida' ZI'I .
all the pride
i is hewing an I. ) have the
uii'r. and oM-rlilousi-s, we Mm. AI" nnil I
I
!look nrd flee there are so many ways r-f recoloring O O \rr'OLr.VM. A..thy f.I..1 Ah.ly.
Though cannot I of ,it.
we four legs to section a .
putting a and .dmlnl.lrt. "o.I.I.. ,| _ _ _
W must i-nter in and fight this .,bench which gaviup it. One hears every now anti then of slr-i-.i I less nightngwn< negligeesthat ..lri.nylll: 51 1. I II" OI"". .. : A..y, ,jt'.hne.l.

rint ,'IU: ,"un try may lie free. They called n I chemises and petticoats made from are both comfortable! and attrac- ->.,lleilor for Cnmplulnnnt .'.1 II.Nnufcp t.
bench. i
the
"on . -t
the expression -- ---
dresses. This is tivt The on' ,illii"trated! here has atleci -- - - .
AB communities grew so did the last year's. evening <"' A "'/1 Ir\Tll' loll T. X 1* .. NOTICE ;
scallop outlining the armhol' T.k. noli.t'uifc, I will Mh., .
i rut far-fetched as one would! think. I MlhM Ml 'll' II I. I IMI'fr.KlHd .Auw.-t' IUII.
as
W t, \\vn\\\ tells of sadnessV' court rooms and to keep from being 'he neck ,. ,Valenciennes s lace I.A \IS OF rl.OKIII\ or IM ....n 'I l i rrnftor I 1m.> t I I. ,-,. "p
thousands in despair Then there are the mercerized materials and > ply for petition for Fulton .NtcVu
t .n bench, by disputatious Nfl IH hereby .Iv..n that 'r..r .liTman M n.
ft .' thi, who return to safety I crowded off the that look very mu.h like silk whipped| underm ath. Across tho yokeis rnirei. '>...'. .f tan .. .... No. I; iluttrH thvEth was ounvlctol of murtftr nt tKfall feint
Dti/h litigant the Judges had to divide the I il.iy nf July A. D. inir.. his Ill. .1 nali| cartlflcnie of th* rirf'iit e.r fttr it.s'tf.rl| ".
WII;|i get n wondrous cheer. behind which or latin. Sat'icn! is splendid for petticoats a trailing pray of fine flowers work-I' In my olTlfla and baa mi.siilin.tlofl, ,1".1.. in 1'JIS "* ..Iln. mmw .I.

court room with aLar and camisoles. It. too, '*d in white. The lower part \I. h rn'stitrr for iti < tleed to matte. In ai'eorilanee 'itli Inw.8aM lh. I It* tittuM on the f'... of th* '..
P'tilt. shall ndom their person they lat. Before long the citizens gotso slips eertlnrnt embmeeH the folli.*lnir de.acriliffl i,ttrii wrr.t.MM < IUf'fFI.; !

And all people hall rush to seeThe thick and their stories ao long tho wears well and can. be obtained In a >.d ont', the yoke. prfitx rty Hitnatwtl. in Ifradfor'l. ...unty. 7-192t. Al"".. f">r .tt"n. t

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FRIDAY AUGUST 9, 1913
"' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA.

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RIGlfr I
CIGE -
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this
were passing through ,
MIKH
;. \. dren Clyde, Ivy and Virginia, besidesan this week. ?'m
-'- -- :Miss Mamie Pinholster of Pine lull returned to her I Sunday afternoon.
t I /r father :Mr. John Colson of :Miss Mildred Lee
aged ,
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was in our town Saturday afternoon. Thursday after Those of this section who .ut,
Jacksonville
w son, of Gainesville, J. Colson of New spending some I 'r.'
town Friday morning. 'Mr. M. and W. D.
in our II. McRa.
Mrs. J. W. Jones. She was accompanied (111)i ) fan. '
River Dr. Lem Colson, of Pensacola aunt
Dr. L. L. Lamb of Waldo was in ,

Co ntv: e"\Vs Items I our town Sunday morning. I Louis Palen and Colson Goldwire of Fort Colson White of, Brooker Bethel- Herman home and by Joe her Jones cousins Masters I ilies.Mr. Walter Underhill! and 'am,|,
:Mr. Hubert Rouse made business home of >
and Thenie visited at the Mr. I u
Roberts .
unnnt
trip to Worthington Thursday after- and two sisters, :Mrs. D.v'. Kelly, :Misses Jessie afternoon for Saturday afternoon. .
Our 'of New River and Mrs Hattie Rivers Knight left Thursday
Week by
btUrcattnf facts Gathers During the will spend some Those attending the party n \r]
Jacksonville. They
noon.Mr. entire
Regular Cot\pondent. T. C. Hazen spent Sunday in of Cleveland, Ohio. The com- Green's Friday night were. Mis.\
munity extends to them their heartfelt time with relatives *)
Ocala. of Albany, Sadie Ola and Evie Bryant and
Mrs. Mamie\ Henderson brothers
hour of bereave-
this sad
sympathy
Mr. Mrs. J. E. demons of Pine in
and Mrs. Onie Earnest a Frank and :Mr
A p-- -- ment. Ga., is visiting her mother Ralph|
Hill in town Sunday afternoon -
was our and James Williams They
I LAWTEY Gather your magazines together and Dearest one thou has left us Pons. repon a

send them to Mr. Surfs shoe fixery A social was given at tho home of And the loss we deeply feel, Mr. Emanuel Harrison of Worthington nice time. -

Lawtcy Aug. 7.-Mr. and Mrs. A. shop on Main street, Lawtey or cull Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Saturday I But 'tis God that has bereft us, Springs, stopped over in Lake WEDNESDAY
' 4 A. Smith spent Sunday at Kingsleylake. Pastor Evenden on the phone and he Those present were He can all our sorrows heal. Butler Thursday on his way home
will get them. They will be sent to evening. from Cahrleston, S. C.Mr. Conditions Remain Unchanged .\loni
Ward
.
Misses Eunice Hazen Thelma ,
B. M. Wilson returned to Ocala the Vesle River
Johnston I.AKIBU'fLEn
Jacksonville.
Mr. Frank Green of ,I Camp Inez Abernathy Mrs L. T. Osteen
i spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and, Rev. W. L Overotreet has been and :Messrs. L. T. Osteen. Fred Hazen, Friday afternoon after spending the Conditions on the battlefront along
Mrs. Charles Dinkins. away holding; a series of revival meetings Guy Pinholster, Lucian and Marvin Mr. C. M. Bailey spent the weekend clay here with his family. the Vesle river, between Soisson. and

Mrs. R. :M. Prevatt was a visitor to in Alachua county and brings a IIa cn, Hurl Surrency. They all report here with homefolks returning to Mrs. T. D. Proctor and children, of Rheims remain unchanged, and reia
s Jacksonville ono day last week. good report on results and states that I a nice time. his. work in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon Starke, spent several days here this. tively speaking, there have tieen'' no
Meade number were baptized Sunday. week with Mrs. Proctor's sister-in-law developments of outstanding ,
Mrs. Mabel Gillespie of Fort ,, quite a !Mrs. T B. Shirley spent Sunday mpor
F visited relatives in Lawtey last week. The interest increased and the meet- with her daughter, :Mrs. B. Sapp, of :Mrs. :Motes of Palatka visiting Miss Marshal Proctor. tance on the line running from th., region
:Mr. E. 1:. Uurney came over from I ing was extended, ut the request of the New River. her daughter Mrs J. A. Sullivan, Mr. A. C. Whittaker, of Palatka, of Montdidier toward the English
Mr. T. J. Alderman was business several in Lake Butler last channel. In both region h
Jacksonville and spent Sunday with people. :Mrs. B. Craig is on the sick list this a spent days < ue\tr,
hm family. I Nero Dinkins. returned to the Dink- week. visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. week attending to business.. there is a tenseness which seem- :I.,:

Messrs. Charlie Shepard and Louia 'ns' home Sunday after an absence of :Mr. and Mrs. G. W. flaxen and chil- :Mr. Ben Cordell, who has been in the Messrs. J. II. Scarborough and J. forecast the approaching dawn ,,' 'gig,(
several weeks. Everybody was pleased employ of the Lake Butler Bank for several days in
Hubbard employees in the U. S. survey dren of Pine Hill were visitors at the W. Townsend spent events.
in South Carolina spent ,a few to see him and he was equally de home of Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Brown the past few ftiontha received his call Jacksonville last week. The bad weather-heavy rainfall';
days here the first of the week at their lighted to be once mere within the Saturday afternoon. Tuesday to report for service with the !Mrs Lillie Scarborough and children the swollen river and the re."ltantwretched
: circle und join in the song of colors. spending several -
homes. family Messrs. 1>. D. Weeks, of LaCrosse of Jacksonville are condition of the terrain with
Mr. J. K. Brown was a visitor to I-Home, Sweet Home." and D. Waters of Alachua, passed Mrs. Onie Pons left Monday for Atlanta days with her cousin, J. II. Scarborough which the allied troops along the'el..
Miss May liiggs! has returned from to purchase her fall millinery. and family.Mr. .
Jacksonville Sunday. through our town Sunday morning en- : le now have to contend, not to mention
Mr. and Mrs. John Teston of Jack Hastings, whore she has been spending route to Ocula. Messrs. Joe Hill Williams R. II. Samuel Singer and mother spent the necessity of bringing up guns, ammunition

sonville, spent several days in Luwteylast two or three weeks visiting relatives Miss Emma Chesser of Alachua Taylor, J. B. Dowlmg, Jeff Gainey, T. Sunday last in Gainesville. ad supplies which were left
[ week with relatives.Mrs. and friends.. Miss May looks who has been visiting relatives here F. Rivers, Henry Dowling, G. W. Alderman Rev. L. A. Rawls and family have far behind in the rapid advance-

Canon and two children of well and reports having had good for the past two weeks returned to her and T. J. Alderman were busi- returned after a very pleasant vacation doubtless is having more to do with

Raiford, moved to Lawtey last week weather and a most delightful time home Friday morning. ness visitors in Starke Monday.Mr. spent with relatives in West Flor- the holding in leash of Marshal Koch'i,

and are located in one of Mr. A. M.Blanchard's during the entire trip. Mrs. Gainey spent last week-end W. T. Andrews motored to Jack ida. They spent a lively time but we troops than the opposition the Ger

' s cottages.Mr. Two of our soldier boys, Robt. Blanchard with her son, Mr. E. S. Gainey, of LaCrosse sonville Monday on a business trip. are glad to have them with us again. mans are throwing in their way.
T. I n. Wenren of Jacksonville, and Ernest Wells, have been We are glad to note that Col. Joe Bro. Rawls filled his regular: appoint- The Germans have been shelling

spent Sunday in Lawtey at the home heard from recently and as they were Rev. Overstreet, of Lawtey passed Hill Williams formerly of Lake But- ments at the Baptist church Sunday heavily the American and French sol
somewhere the water it looks TeT but has been resident of '
mother. then on "town : who a morning:' and evening.
eel his through our Friday. diers who have made their
across
Mr. J. II. Moore was transacting as if they are outward bound for over- Mr. and Mrs J. J. Morgan and Starke the past few years, has moved Miss Ina Alderman returned home to the northern bank of the way Vesle or

business in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. seas. Their many friends are anx- I daughter Miss Myrta and son, Clarence back to Lake Butler. Sunday night, after an extended visit delivering heavy counter attacks
and Mrs. Blaine Teston and iously awaiting further news. attended church at New Hope Miss Pearl Hunter has returned with her sister, Mrs. Marshburn in
them but everywhere
t. children of Jacksonville, spent several Mrs. Chas. Hess left last week for I Sunday. home after spending several weeks at West Florida against they.
with wall of
have met a stone resistance
days last week with relatives in Law. Jacksonville where 'she has gone for a Mr. N. Thomas of Cooter Pond was. Worthington Springs the guest of her Miss Edna Epperson returned home which has not permitted them
r rest and. change and an Indenite stayat aunt Mrs. Surrency. Saturday morning. She reports a live ,
tey.. in our town Friday afternoon.
their
I balance losses of
Messr Harold Pearce and W. C. the home of Mrs. N. T. Peeples.I Mr. H. C. Surrency spent Friday Mrs. W. E. Loadholtz and childrenare ly time spent in our capital city where to counter

Wooten of the army stationed at I' formerly resident here. Mrs. Hess, with relatives at Pine Hill. at home for u few days before I she also was taking teachers training ground.
have the south
' Sunday with relatives with her friends, attended Snyder moving to Jacksonville. i course They also deluged
Gainesville, spent Mrs. R. T. Osteen who has been visiting with shellof
line of the stream
and friends. in Lawtcy. memorial church Sunday. relatives in Plant City for the Mrs. E. Klondes of St-iiko visited ;Mrs Nellie :M. Hilton, of Jackson- ern
A. II. Harley, L. I.. Sapp, Shad Mr. J. F. White, of Dupont visitedhis past two weeks returned home Wednesday friends in Lake Butler Sunday and Mile spent Sunday with her sister, all calibres, including gas their projectiles famous,

Thompson and U. L. Blanchard, employees family in Lawtey over Sunday. morning.(. Monday. :Mrs Belle H. Ambrose.Mrs. and even have brought
in the shipyards. in Jacksonville Monday Mr. White with his wife wentto Mrs. G. W. Beville is visiting relatives :Mr A. C. limnnen was a business : Sobol and little son, Herman, flame throwers into play but all to no

made their regular Sunday visit Gainesville on business and from at Welborn.Mr. visitor in Jacksonville Monday of Gainesville were guests of Mrs\ S. purpose. The allies everywhere hat

with their irr-ilips: Sunday.Mr. there to Raiford where they visited .N. D. Johns, of New River, was :Miss Clara Stewart left Saturdayfor :Singer last Thursday. They left the remained firm in the ground they hai

J. M. Starling was! transacting their daughter: Mrs. W. II. Andrews in our town Saturday afternoon Nocntee where she is. teaching same afternoon for White Springsv won.But
business in Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. returning( to Lawtey in Mr. Andrew'scar. Mr. and, Mrs. G. B. Colson and son school. Miss Clara is a very estima- here they expect to spend some time. the Germans have not been per.
Mary Todd, now a resident of Mr. White left for Dupont Tuesday Rcssie spent Sunday afternoon at ble young lady and we wish her much :Mr. and :Mrs T. H. Rimes of Worth. mitted by the allies to have a monopoly
of the initiative. Where they have
Fort Myers, while u visitor in Starke afternoon.A Worthington Springs. success in her new locption. i i.,'ton Springs; were visitors in Lake
last week came over to visit a number -I happy looking car loud left Law. Mrs. Margaret Lewis is still on the Mr. W. M. Overstreet was a business tiller! Thursday.The thrown shells against the Americans,
of her old friends in Lawtey Fri tey :Saturday bound for Lake City. The sick list at this writing.Mrs. visitor to Starke Thursday. many friends of Prvt. Neal in the Fismes sector, American mi-

day. Mrs.' Todd made her headquarters cur was driven by Mr. T. J. Terry and T. C. Hazen who has been very Mr. and Mrs. Flint, of Jacksonville Langford; will be saddened to learn of siles have been returned with added

ut the home of Mrs. M. E. Edwards the other occupants were Mrs. T. J. ill is better at this writing. spent the week-end with Mr. and :Mrs. his death on the firing line in France, interest. This particular sector ha

and her many friends. in this. Terry, Claudia and Joyce Terry, Mrs. Mrs. Hall and daughter, Miss. Thel W. L. Bassett. which occurred on the 18th day of been a veritable inferno. Gut in (urns.

town were certainly glad to see her. Mamie Lou Edwards and little son, ma, of Orange Heights, is spendingthe Dr. A. S. York, a prominentdentistof July, 1918.! Neal was one of the first quantities wts released against r"
of Billy. After a delightful; drive the Live Oak for several years but of Lake Butler to Americans who, with their gamasu;
She is making good use an oppor- week-end with her daughter Mrs. the boys go; across ,
tunity to visit friends who live on or party spent the day visiting with :Mr. I). Lewis. now located in St. Petersburg, spent and the first to lay down his life for adjusted, were virtually unharmed 'y!
and Mrs. Tom Adams. of Lake City, several days with his sister this week the noxious fumes. A kindly -\I tin
rl t near her route. She I is> on her way to Mr. L. F. Surrency was a visitor his country.
then leaving :Mrs. Edwards with Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Maines. of the wind at one time even turnm:
and
the mountains of North Georgia out in the Cotoer Pond section Mon- Besides a host of friends and sorrowing .
will spend the balance of the Hummer Adams, the Terry family proceeded to Mr. P. M. Padgett and family left relatives, he leaves. to mourn back the gas against the cnenn The
other parts of Luke City to visit first day.Mr. Thursday for an extended visit in Hol- French also have answered the *,er
there. Lex Green of Starke was in our his. untimely death, a widowed mothl.Irs. .,
' here the home of Mrs. Terry's parents :Mr. lyhill and other points in South Carolina mans in kind.
While residing many years ago community last week. :\ J. N. Langford, of Lake Butler
Mrs Tudd uncled; to be the first and Mrs. A. T. Braddock, and secondto They expect to be away the During the hiatus in the fighting m
was Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Gainey and children two brothers!, :Morris, who Is serving
chairman of the Improvement visit their daughter: Florrie who is remainder of the summer. the Soissons-Rheims sector the (Get
Luvttoy attended church at New Hope his country in the navy at State Pier
L" Society und as such won the hearts of in the hospital there studying to be. last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dell and little New London, Conn., and John, who is mans are believed to be moving their
not her geniality come trained nurse. Mrs. Edwards son, Ernest, returned home Sunday afternoon main bodies northward to the pnsluOi i
the people, only by Miss Beadie Mott, of Hague, spent with his mother. They have the pro-
her returned by train and the Terry par- from Alachun where they have chosen for a st.ind. Ind
but through they
and generosity earnest lust week here with relatives. found sympathy of the entire com .
t
active interest in the general ty returned by car Into Sunday, after Mr. D. J. Byrd, of Graham was a have been visiting relatives. munity. Let us remember that doubtless the German crown prince'

welfare of the town especially in the noon. visitor to our town Saturday. Rev. S. 1. Hendrix and family left "greater love hath no man than this, endeavoring hastily to reconstitute n
) matter of city improvements. The Lucile and Winston Shelton, niece Mrs. J. Crews and little granddaughter Tuesday morning by auto to visit Rev. that a man lay down his life for his well as he may, with the forces at nil

beautiful trees years ago planted by and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry : Blanche, of Old Bradford, Hendrix's mother, :Mrs S. I. Hendrix, friends." And as Neal has given his command, his badly shattered armies

the streets of Lawtey and which are visitors at the Terry home. was. in our town Friday morning. Sr.. of Tampa. They will be away a life and thousands of others have given An inkling of what the Germans
s transformed. what otherwise would Their home is in Jacksonville and Mr. Ellis: demons of Pine Hill was week or ten days. and will give their lives for democracy have lost in men made prisoner ana

d have been scorching hot city streets they have been visiting in Lake City. a visitor to our town Monday Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Hayes, of Bun- and freedom, let us at home give guns captured by the allies has become

into delightful avenues of shade, are They returned with the Terry party Mr.\ Albert Shaw made a business nell, passed through here Tuesday our utmost to carry Old Glory throughto public through an utterance of the
'i't living monuments to the untiring efforts Sunday afternoon and will probablyvisit trip to Starke Tuesday. morning inroute to Worthington victory. French premier at a session of the

ceaseless energy and happily inspiring here two or three weeks. :Mr. Guy Pinholster motored out in Springs, where they will join a family Notice ministerial council at which Gen. Fooh

leadership of Mrs. Todd; is it Miss Florrie Terry, in training at the Pine Hill\ section Saturday morn reunion and celebrate their father'sMr. The Woodmen Circle, Lakeside was made a marshal of France "'Thir

any wonder that the people are gladto Lake City hospital sends greetings: and, ing. N. G. Hayes 68th birthday. Be. Grove No. 104, will conduct the unveiling ty-five thousand prisoners and Slid

see her when she conies? Why, of good; wishes to all her friends. in the :Mr. Otis Berry, of Old Bradford was fore returning home they will also visit ceremony of the monument of cannon have been captured," said the.

course not-come again, Mrs. Todd-a old home town. She reports being well tn our town Monday afternoon.Mr. :Mrs. Hayes parents Mr. and :Mrs Mrs Onie Barker in Dekle cemeterynext premier who added that Paris no longer
and happy and that she has taken J. B. Crews of Lake Butler. in that Soissons and
welcome awaits you every time. P. Byrd of near Graham was a third Sunday afternoon, August was danger
The many friends of Mr. J. D. Ran. quite a fancy to her chosen profession. visitor here Saturday. Mr. Fritz Townsend spent the week 17th, at 4.-.JO. Everybody cordially in. Chateau-Thierry had been reconquer
t dall will be glad to learn that he has Mr. J. E. Brown was a visitor in Messrs. I.. and II. P. Gainey L. end Madison: visiting: friends. vited. ed and that 200 villages had been delivered

returned from his long trip to Ohio Jacksonville Monday and reports thatit Morgan; and Harley Huzen were in Messrs. W. M. Overstreet and A. C. The Baptist Pastorium at Lake Butler through .the formidable thrust
and other states and is once again at was unusually hot in that city. Jacksonville :Monday. Whittaker made a business trip to Entered While the Pastor and of Foch's men through the Soissons.

his beautiful home in East Lawtey.Mrs. The friends. of Grandma Cline will Mr. Leon Cunningham of near here Lawtey Wednesday Family Were Away Some of Rheims salient.
J. L. Briggs and two sons of fee glad to learn that she is steadily was the guest of Miss Pearl Lewis Prof. S. A. Draper and family left Them Caunght in House Much interest attaches to the maneuvers

Jacksonville, and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins improving in health and that she is Sunday afternoon. last week for Leesburg where :Mr. The pastor and family had been of the Germans and French of

of Starke, spent the day last Friday now able to be up and about a little Mrs. I. L. Eubanks and little daughter Draper has accepted a position as away for three weeks or more visiting and British! troops, with the latter to

. visiting their folks at the M. E. Ed- each day. Edythe Jewel, of Lake City, who principal of high school. He has been relatives and friends at Cottondale, when some Americans are believed
wards home. Miss Lois Dinkins left Wednesdayfor has been visiting her parents here for principal of the Lake Butler High Chipley and Marianna and returningto be brigaded, on the front running from
Mrs. J. C. Adkins and little family Jacksonville to spend a few clays the past few weeks returned to her School for the past eight or ten years their home at Lake Butler Saturday Montdidier to the region around Yp"1"

came over by car from Gainesville on at the home of her brother and wife home Saturday afternoon. and goes well recommended. While night. When they got off the train Ultimately the operations here mat

Monday to spend a couple of days with who reside there.A Messrs. Jno. Shriver and Carl] Lewis Lake Butler people regret very much : they were welcomed home again by a have a strong bearing on those noarinprogress
:Mrs. Adkins mother Mrs. :\. E. Edwards handkerchief to lose this estimable family they wish in the south and if the alhelkeep
ring and a were motored to Lake Butler Tuesday number of friends and taken in cars and
before the latter would leave found last week in the pews of GraceM. morning. them every success in their new loca. to the pastorium. And behold a crowd up their successful thrusts

for the mountains. E church. The owners can obtain Death of F. L. Colson tion. was actually in the house and a searchof the Germans continue to withdraw.
Mrs M. E. Edwards and daughter: them by applying to Rev. Alfred Even- Mrs. B. T. Shaw of Alachua is visiting the premises were made and it was will compel a realignment of entire
Mabel, left here for Starke Wednesday den. We regret to chronicle the death of her sisters Mesdames A. C. found that the filled with battle front.
Colonel A. Z. :Mr. F. L. Colson a well known and Strickland and pantry was of Montdidier had
afternoon to
join a Charley Rivers.Dr. all kinds of eatables, the kitchen table The French north
wife forming highly respected citizen of the Pine C. M. Britton of Lake side of the Avr
Adkins and family a BKOOKER ITEMS City and ; was loaded to its limit and even the crossed to the west
I happy auto party which left Thursdayin I Hill section, who died July 29, 1918. brother, William, of Jacksonville secretary : front porch was covered with valuable river between Braches and Mi*!**]

Col. Adkins' car for the mountains Brooker, Aug. 7-Several of the citizens Mr. Colson had been complaining for of the Baptist Sunday School packages. Then to the dining room Here a fairly deep penetration into the
going via Lake City Valdosta. Ga., here visited the county seat on a few days but his condition did not and B. Y. P. U., will conduct a teachers ;'where a hot was all German line would become a direct
L I Macon Ga., Atlantic, Ga., Greenville Monday. seem serious until Sunday previous to training course at the Baptist served. supper The preparedand menace to the junction point of the
pastor
1 1 S. C. Hendersonvilte N. C. Mr. his death on Monday night at 9 o'clock church here beginning on turning prince
to They and :Mrs. E. Cort and children, today and run over his plate uncovered checks, cur armies of the German crown
will probably stay in the mountainsfor of Tampa are spending the week here He was a man of strict Christian through Sunday. Everybody cordially rency and names of well wishers. In and of Crown Prince Rupprecht. on

about six weeks. with relatives character being a consistent memberof ] invited to attend each service.Mr. all it was the most complete surpriseever both sides of Amiens, where the Gee
The usual monthly service will be Dr. W. E. Middleton of Hamptonwas the New River Baptist church for : C. T. Barrett spent Sunday in pulled off in Lake Butler. mans have given ground, they now aff

held at the Suxton Methodist church in our town Saturday.Mr. several years lie was also a memberof Inverness.Mrs. We wish to convey to heavily shelling British positions, tw

Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and Carl Lewis is on the sick list the W. O. W. lodge and was buried S. C. Crabb and daughter Miss friends who so lavishly pounded our us many on log quantities of gas, evidently WI:"

Rev. Alfred Evenden will preach. this week with Woodmen honors, Brooker camp Inez left Friday for Jacksonville to August 3rd our sincere and deep the intention of preventing an affect
t There was a good attendance last time Mr. L. Anderson and two charming officiating. Rev. F. B. Johns conducted visit relatives. for the appreciation in force.
useful articles
many -
i and if everybody invites everybodyelse daughters :Misses Lydia, and Mary, of the funeral obsequies Mr. J. D. Cottrell, of Gainesville left in our home. May Heaven's bles- In Monday night's attempted Zeppelin
the house will easily be filled. Cooter Pond were in our town Saturday Mr. Colson had a host of friends visited W. M. Overstreet Thursday. sings be upon each one. raid on London one of the BW

Mr. Evenden desires to thank all afternoon. here and throughout the county, many Miss Mane Pinholster, formerly of L. A. Rawls and Family. dirigibles was sent crashing in, flame
. those who so kindly gave their accum Dr. A. E. Russell spent Saturdayin of whom were present to pay their Lake Butler but now a resident of St. a into the North sea by British airmen
!4 ulated magazines to be sent to camp Jacksonville. last respects. He was ever ready to Petersburg spent Monday with Miss CROSBY LAKE NEWS while another wounded by the gurl'' '

: as reading for soldiers. One shipment Harley Andreu of Old Bradford was lend a helping hand to those who were Omie Scarborough. Miss Pinholsteris of the defending fliers, had to Bcurrf

;> has been made but still more are needed in our town Wednesday afternoon. in need and distress, and always contributed very much pleased in her new loca Crosby Lake, Aug. 7.-Mr. J. L. Underhill homeward to evade destruction w
'I;),; to make up a second shipment. Remember Messrs. Leroy Osteen and Fred Ha. liberally to every charitable tion.Mr. and family were visiting at the the five machines which set oat os

r the soldier boys and their zen spent Sunday afternoon at Worth cause He leaves to mourn his departure Wright of Jacksonville was the home of H. M. McRae Tuesday night. the mission of devastation not ono

I need of wholesome reading matter. ington.... Springs.. _ -0- __ a devoted wife and three chil- guest at the Edgar Hotel several days Mr. Levy Norman and Ellery Sapp reached London.


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