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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 9, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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lUME 40. STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 16 1918. NUMBER 7. 8..1,11 i

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IRTY-SIX MEN : Sampson, Aug.-14. :Mr. and :Mrs. J. !:I:11 ii Our Boys, Over Here & Over There ] I Woodlawn' Park-Aug. 11.11 Ir'. and' 'AUGUST 24TH ::1''

', C. Haulerson had ns guests Sunday ;Mrs. Frank Crawford reunited t IK !
AVE FOR CAMP I: Mr. and Mrs P. B. Hunt of Hampton, =:J their; home in Jacksonville after a NEXT DATE FORREGISTRATION JI

and Mr. Kennedy nnd family, of !I Col. Geothe is still at his brother's :( where in France had been killed i in visit (several weeks here with relit : :

Brooklyn.Mr. home at Sapp trying to regain his action. o t iv eg.

WITHIN 10 DAYS 1('I : E. I'. Hardce made n business I health. I Kuiford Lpu-rson'| and 1 Charlie lit-ti s- Master Claienc-e Green: of ..latkinnilU .

trip to Starke Saturday Corporal Fred Remhurt has returned i Icy two nf Stin'ke's most popular and \ -, is henvisiting gramlpaicut-.

----- I'I !Mrs! W. T. Gill and children r to On nip Sevior after spending S\'- ;, well known young men, who enlisted :Mr and! Mrs. A. Grecn.Mr .
ed to their home in 'turn-I I oral with friends and relatives at ill ho I left for :
HITES GO TO COLUMBIA Savananh days recently navy, Monday and :\11'... Tale Ciosbv, of I Rising LADS ATTAINING MAJORITYTO
Saturday after visit with relatives | Atlanta where they will their tl-
GROES TO JACKSONVILLE a Sapp. pass visited! at the home" of Mrs Cios-: I '
I I Henry Iturney, brother of Everett nab examination for that branch, of the APPEAR ON THAT DATE .
I here.Mrs. h)'!! parents Mr.I and Mrs.I II. S, Mil ;, .
hllTE :MEN QUALIFIED FOR : Dan Sasser and little daughter !: Ilurney, of I.awtey, left Thursday of service. 1 hard I. : -
Ethel, returned to their home here last week for Camp Shelby, llattics- : !Mr. :Morris l.angford, of the naval Sunday.Rev. i\pitr: : 10 tir I: ir.ooooMEN ; ) ) HlC\ : .: -I(!
ll'EflL OR LIMITED: :SER-; D. I.. Phillips is in Jacksonvilleconducting !
last week. They have been visiting burg, Hiss I (, rell"I'"tal l'\1('<1 at State IVr New : oi- .\(;.r: MNCI: ; L\sr t
TO VOU'NTEER I revival services at theGrunk
\'KSKEIJ relatives in South Carolina for n few Arthur I'earie and I Sergeant Harold London, ( 'onn., and u brother of NcalLangfoid '; ji' :NF.: ri mi.Washington '

1 I weeks. Pearce left l.nwtey Sunday afternoonfor who was killed in action in Park Itaptixt church -.. }.
:Mr. and l Mrs. W, C. Jacksonville .
:Six: colored and thirty white men Guy and Gladys Prescott' accompanied Gainesville, rnroutc for Camp France the 1Mb!' of July spent several Stnnton o 1). (' \ug II.--Ui'gixtration .
to go to training camps from by :Mrs.' N. T Gill ri-turn"d !hst Wheeler Macon, Ga.: days last week with his mother ill nip the guests. of Mrs Stan14)0's on Saturday Aug. 'l1: I. of all t i t
"mother, :Mis. ]E. n.i Hill.I .
tndford county within the next ten week from Brunswick Ga., where Captain Albert II. Freeman medical Lake Butler youths uho hut r reached the ago of ii).
I Mrs, I II. L. and 0, .1.
iys The colored men will entrain on j juraday. I jthi-y visited their sister, Mrs.[ K T. corps has been' transferred! from ;Mike I'utrh u popular young man Phillips Him 21 since the, second registration last :
md daughters :Mrs. .. S. Nornuu and j
August! 22nd, for Camp Jos. Iinfor u few days. Camp Gordon Atlanta, to base hospital enlisting!, from Lawtey, was ordered to % June 1 5, Wild ordered today by Piovoxt I

Johnston, Jacksonville. The foiling 1 I :Mr. Joe McKinney: of Tampa passed No. 78. Fort Mcllenry, !Maryland.Mr. report yesterday for duty. His many I' Delibio Phillips 1 were visiting! friends Marshal Ciowder, under a proclamation '. :'f{ i

have been called from which through here Sunday enroute to J. B. Jones, stationed with the friends are anticipating big things for and relatives at .Therossa Saturday.Messrs..1. l\.y the president. The purpose i I" .",I
: S, :Norman. I D. L. and O.
tuber the six to entrain will be se- Luke Butler to visit his relatives naval reserves Norfolk, Va, is homeon !Mike in the service of Uncle Sum. The I to add quickly to the almost exhausted I U
I .1. Phillips visitors. to Staiko 1-1'1.irlay.
cted: fore he i is called. :Mr. McKinney enlisted a :20-day furlough visiting his father i word "fear" has never been found I inI were fliiHS one to meet army ilrafts calls. in 'I

Luther Jackson, Gus Finnie, Edwin in the navy and expects to be S. A. Jones, near Lake Butler. I''Mike's: dictionary September. I 11'

gvis! Thomas Albert, Wallace Golden called in a few days and is ready to do Letters have been received from Private Ahnrr Johns Ilast( machinegun I :Mr. and :Mrs. Wiley Williams" of About 1 50.0(10) ( ( ) young men will regis- &

amore Edmon Robinson, Riley Ren- his bit for Uncle Sam. Harvey D. Green, Ernest Howling and battalion Camp Wheeler, returned I his Worthington Springs, were guests I'ri.I I ter. Mont of them will qualify in 1'111'114on '
brother, :Mr. T C. Williams,
jrton, Nathaniel Williams, :Matthew i' :Miss Gladys Prescott spent a few Levy Johns, who are serving with the to duty ln"f Sunday after spending ', and! therefore will gam liar I army

lowers!!, Gus Lawson Taylor Young. days of last week with :Miss Kathleen army over seas. All write cheerful, several days here at the home of his tiny.Mr piiilinbly within a month after their
: O. .1, Phillips visitor
|The white men are to entrain on j Alvarez of Starke. encouraging letters. parents, having been called home on | was a toJaiksonvillv names ore recorded.It .

onday, August 26th, for Camp Jack- Mr. Slady Riisser visited his. parents, Theophilus Reddish, after a five day account of the serious illness of his Monday.Mr.
: ,, :'IlrK.'I'lInk wan pointed out at the
and I Tomlmson. ofLake provost
In, Columbia, S. C. Those to entrain :Mr. and :Mrs[ Dan Sasser. here lat furlough pleasantly spent with his father, M C. Johns. I c
maiHhal ,
Butler were visiting. relativesIIIMP general'it other that the rogistiation -
taken from the following: vf'ek.Ir.: ; :Mr. : Jesse Reddish, One of soldier Charles
811 be \ :Snsser is waiting for his parents, und Mrs. our boys J
:: Saturday. i . would bo. entirely distinctfrom
[Eddie Dyal, Johnny Benj. Watts, call to the navy.PRIVATE of Lawtey left Lllwtey Monday afternoon Shepard while visiting his l parents, the 1"'lrish'1I1 that will follov*
Jli-n carlto Earney J. Dowling, _. for Camp Whl'elerIacon.! Ga. :Mr. and Mrs James Shepard, cif Law ------ -- --
__ u__ 1 JOSEPH TAYLOR- when the draft ages/ nttt extended. Italso
has. Edga Dees, Allen W. Thom- I Private Cleo ( Buck) Kite, machinegun tey, was taken sick and, was unable, to
announred that the
wan suggontid
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Merry i cm. Henry EH: Grims: NEAL LANGFORD battalion lOiith engineers! Camp return to camp at tho expiration of
dull. Sept.' >, would not be t the day. :
thin Allert! Sapp, Herbert James Wheeler, is spending the week herewith his furlough. He is now well on the "I 1 ;
I far the 1'1'R'IM'I'alllln' i>f men from I IHIn I I..1. I.
|orl ."y. JoB.Tl. Rosier, Brince Tillis, his parents. This i ill probably his road to recovery and re-turn. .
l", e-veii If congress the .lull. j
'hat, v\ .sley 'Peeples, Chas. Robert last trip home before going overseas. The many friends of II. \\nnln-r, passes
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in "''IIt', hccaiixo Hi-vi-inl of the l.irgeKttali's
ooper. Raymond Norman, William Lieut. \V. :M. Wainwright is spending ly. Jr., one of Highland's. soldier bov-. }
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sk in the union hold pi unary 0100UnS :
Ibel't Dubose, Willie 1 D. Shnvv Judmis n week's leave of absence with his will IIP glad to learn of his safe al.
A on that date. f.J
n : Hurst, Paul Beville Prevutt, ( a parents. Mr. and Mrs N. U. Wain- rival over "sens and that ho is now
The
provost marshal general bin no
u'. V Williams, Jeff Grillls Virgil aright of Starke. Lieut. Wainwright: "Somewheu- .Franco" :Mr. Wini I i i
mti'iitinn it said
wait of renting rog.
limna-l' Green, Studio M. Sasser Robt is now stationed at Newport News, berly ill with the hospital corps and ,ispharmacist's 'i'i. i
i t 11 at 'inn dales for men reaching! 21
'' Va. 2nd class.Lieutenant 't' -:
Henry Green., Percy ''m. McLeod, mate
throughout the year, but the present "1,
'11'' A;:man Fowler, Owen James d.tlnllips Corporal I "Farl Carter wrote his I Henry C. Carver formerly ration ,. ,
u'fist i 1/1 made' necessary' by tllI'I'I
Columbus McCullough. Sid- mother Mr". L. S. Carter, of Highland of Lake. llullc-r now stationed I .ippioiuhing" deficiency of manpower. :

Solomon Lambert Daniel I.I ('heS !, recently that he and his brother, at "Ft. Bayaid, New :\le" l'o.'rltl'" thiTelcgmph f I 1

ci, Oscar R. Strickland, Wlllt'rI., Corporal' Jim Caitc-r wore both getting that a number), of Inca who .J'tIllEI'S'II'IIESr: : : \ \ i .vmics I P j

fnihnm, John ;\. Groover, Orrin 1 Roil- ..rtidrtl along nicely "Somewhere in have suffered. injury fl'ol1ga" altai'k KILLED AC PINSoi.v:: I C

|"." I Ritch Green. t France lire being' treated in the hospital al i< : .

\'olante'rs'lInll'd Lieutcnnnt" Roy Geiger: of the U. S. Ft. Bayard having )been, sent horn, IViiMacola, Aug I IJ. Three studentIM I

Whiti" mon physically quulihod I foi :Marineformerly l a school t"I<'h..r in from Fiance.. ,:ilors' of tin- United! Status naval d

!I--" ill 01 limited military serveire" ( 'II\ county has been r"i" tPd '" Sidney E. Triest of Therosmi. on. "n ,II"illKd"...I hem were instantly "

i i 'to volunteer under (all :N'; I 11''. L'-- : "MI' '01 fin i gallantry .displayed in the of I Uncle I Sam's boys stationed. ,.ii, Jtd killi, .il late today.' when a large. sodpliinain 1 1

I i i ram August :JJOth !.of' ( 'imp : : rat "hoe, of the American army Camp Jackson come homo Tui-s.ln'.' '' I which ihev' were making a practice

i Charlotte N. C. I igalI' t ih'' (Germans; in France. night and, stayed until Sunday moi' Io' ( Mii'bl fell into IViisacohi bayTho I ,ji i
- .---_ M.uii" .' G.; Lanford, of the U. R. tog with his "parrntM ;Mr. and. :Mrs T I l p. ,n u,.' which was equipped| '| with eI..ut.11)y

.\.I. THE MOVIE: Ml\\ Ii II.. ni'ni -i\eral days this week in II. 'I nest. Sidney is looking fine and it tip )"' I.i'i, n motors was ninkiiig/ a (light

.rV t'k.; end bake Butler the guest of fit and. says I there is nothing iihoiil 11. HIM' 'Ihiloinl aviation xtaliou when It

I.i il-iii Bros lire making nn ,ten. i ,.''aimHe I is now stationed New the' army life that anyone should ill, -udileiily plunged, into t Mm. bay with t t.t j

IT. ,,1 'in give Stuike mo\ u gi, ,<,'isinng '-. Linden, ('onn., and.I is very much pleas- like i 4fk great force. \ I
worth while. Thru' hills. C yd k : d. with his branch of service. Samuel 1 Feinherg who recently viitid I 'I'In. dead men are August I'npp of I '
n
11 have pleased!! everyonanti the All S M. Dukes of Dukes' has re- his brother bircIIIIH entered, thi. Ni. w fork "City (:iiiy II. I-'tllll.y..r (Gn.: i

u 'i.s responding by giving thin" rived, u card from ?Ir. E. E.: Shiillar, Nasal Reserve Detention Camp ill KI\ III" se0. N. V; and (iarti'lt Amndeville, 1

to houses telling, of his safe arrival in France West t Mr. Feinberg finished his lawcouisc Son of Mi; and MriIt, I I. Ta.vlor, Minneapolis: A fourth student in

Mm" Friday and Saturday night Ih.1, 'I .tncl! says he is having: a big: time withidintv at the Stetson University this 'i'iim.rl\' "I f Kaifonl. hut now n udn.gin tI"I plain.. whose nanii wax not givenout ."

'di will, be "France in Arms" This to eat. His friends wish himi year and was admitted I lo I the bar af .lai! 'k .01, till', Young Tnvloinl, I i-HCiiped' di'atb. I 1 -
Killed m bntt).' in Fnin' i in .fulJsih \ ,
I'' ,ir. cues life in France from the safe return when the war is over. tc-r which. he volunteered his xcrvnts iintei-ri'd 'Mirly in the! giinu and \vainmong It was undiTxtooil that the I men, had. .
I ". miiig' of the war and bus ollicmlupprnvnl aft ,rnr\'IIIK.' tar, nun, rhnn a .Trsse II Alexander, son of Mr. nail! to his country to help light the II un!!. the lir"t1111'1'1.. an soldiers. ) "horn out for Home lime on a (light in t 1
with lh.01' i sue Expeditionary :, '
The expense of bringing it year :Mis" W B Alexander, of Hampton P.iadfonl County Times.Captain .' "I'llt to Frame lie haw probably been. the HiMiplatiiami wore returning to tho

n Starke makes it necessary to give Force. jMRS. j'who enlisted in the navy some weeks Henry E.: Freeman, personnel in the thick of. I ho Into lighting. base when they were blinded by a HinlIn .

t a two-night run. j ago, has now been culled to .service adjutant KKith regiment i-ngim-ers i ( heavy duunpoiir. of ruin. Thu |i- I'

Next Tuesday night a five-reel fea- J. EDfiAU I I'It'll SHOT i iTO end is at the training station, Char Camphciler, was in Starke for a /'int'prs. A. E.: F'., in u letter to his lot failed l to "even oil" un a result of .

tun. will be put on. I IVext DEATH ll\ HER: HUSIUND: : leston S. C. few hours Tuesday cnroute to Macon mother :Mrs. A. .1. Anders. of Starke, tin ram, and the Plano struck tin WIIII'r f

Friday night "Silence of Tor- | Last Sunday morning Mr. nnd Mrs. from Tempo, where ho had been on a tills of unearthing bones, money nnda with great forco, wrecking the machine .

arc." one of the best Pathe pictures'ill Elurbee: u small village in the northern W. M. Harrell( who live near ISrook- visit of several days. Captain Freeman tomb dtoni', on which was inxcrihod and instantly killed. tho pilot. 1

be shown part of Bradford, county about 13; I er in the Bradford settlement, received nys the soldiers at Camp Wheeler the date till I. 51i feet deep whilidriv. Two other occupants were renderedunconscious I

-- -----+------- -- miles from Sta-ke: was the scene of a word that :Mrs. Harrcll's Ron, Corporal are generally anxious for the order ing u well in France. Eng.: Anders'.! > nail died shortly afterward :.:: i

)-:.\-II OP II. M. PINhSTON domestic tragedy Wednesday morning I j Homer G. Raborn who was "Some- to go! overseas also Bays in his letter, "Come on over from their injuries ,

about 7 o'clock in which Mrs. Lossie I i :Mr Claud Adkins who. has born in hoys and li-t's do up the kaiser. There | The I three inrn who lest their liven J

Vi:h.i v. has been received M. in Starke ( Futch shot her husband J. Edgnri! hag of R. D. Stokes Martin Rosier, W. training at the U. S. wireless! iI(Ktuihmenl. is plenty of work. in France, one is held Ihi1 rank of thief qiiiirtermiiHleril.Ainncli'Villr ,, . ?t', I
: Pinknton. one
death of Henry Futch twice and was herself instantly' II. Padgett, O. L. Thornton, W. E. Gainesville, spent. the wec-k-end never without a job. To the boys. in j who was ailing' ai pilot 4-
hI' oldest citizens of the Dukes I' I
killed. I Thornton and Joe Richard was em with home-folks at Luke Duller returning the home guard reserves I will say at thiturn- of lln. ;n i idi'iit, had previously ,
'i'Ona. The deceased was well known The couple had not lived together panelled. After hearing the testimony to Gainesville Sunday evcning.Hm o you' are high, low. Jack but newer in lii'rn, in three accidents! at thin k '

: highly esteemed throughout Brad- happily for some time on account of they rendered a verdict of justifiable company passed! through here on the! game." Miami training" station it was unndicuillv s ,

f il i .ounty He died Tuesday night j the alleged misconduct of the wife. According homicide.Dr. Tuesday afternoon e-nroute to Harvard j]I ('''pt. Henry 10.: Freeman! of the iurnnlne.t... tonight but in eaih :

ar'' was buried Wednesday afternoon. I to the story told! by Futch to S. E. Driskell, physician at the where they will receive more intensive 10'ith: Engineers: regiment, which is mxtanrc bad, i-scapi'd unharmed. .r.t'

PRIVATE ELIJAH N. COLEMAN I the coroner's jury holding the inquestover state farm, dressed :Mr. Futch's training before they will be, ready for stationed Camp Wheeler arrived in I - -

the body of his wife they had wounds and he was getting along actual I service. the city Wednesday night. (:apt. fret" SERGEANT N.: E, BAXTER
t't'f t'i
._ 1 quarreled bitterly on many occasions, well when last hoard l from, but he will Mrs. J. L. Ricks of Starko, recently man is well known over the state a | : i

hut just prior to the shooting they had probably he- confined to his bed for received n )letter from her brother one of the best ends turned not at' ''hi i '

1 1I talked over their misunderstandingsquietly. several days I'vt. W. S. Roberts I I'ort Prnfield, A. University of Florida. And Tami-n, <

This was early in the morning The couple had been married only P. O 710, A. E.: I.'. The letter was recall! Captain Freeman as On ,lily, f

I and Mrs. Futch went about pre three or four years. They had two written July 14th and on that day he roach tn lead, the Terrier f",.t' hull 'r''

I paring breakfast. He arose a few small children. Tho unfortunate had been in foreign service one year eleven to a victory over Duvnl in JarN

n'mutes later and was in the act of woman's latest love affair \\t said to and one month. In the course of his sonville. Freeman hails from :Sunk; .

& : dressing for the day when his wife have been with a convict "trusty"who letter he wrote "The service is the on- and entered the U. of ,F. in the fall >-f

: y ; came in from the kitchen picked up n has for a long time been allowed ly place now. Franco is n beautiful 1910.! Although he went out fur foot + i"tAj'

revolver from the table in the room consilerable liberty on account of the place and I like it better every day." 1 ball practice! his physique wan against . ,

and. began shooting at him. The first fact that he was in charge of training Corporal Sam Rhodc-n. Co.: C, JIfith him, and proved ill urnlUunlnl.". IIK : '

I bullet struck him in the right check the bloodhounds at hi prison farm. engineers, Camp Wheeler. In visiting" far as making the l'ltl1wns concern.

near the corner of his mouth and pa..1. After the tragedy he was immediately relatives near Starke this wot-k. his ed. Occasionally hi4 managed to get %

"i out at the hack of his neck. 111'1 returned to the stockade. command! is under order, to bo readyto in u scrub gaino but even there hi failed 4l'M

kicked at the pistol in has wife's. hand ""-" '.--".----- five on short nature any time after to star and was seldom used in the

# as ship fired the second shot and the OFF FOR GAINESVILLE; the 15th inxt They will probably in the lineup" I n-emari's second year'

*; ) hullet .struck him in the fleshy part of be oversea some time' very soon. Corporal in athletics turned out very! much th.
'he right thigh. They clinched then Owen J. C i. of Woodlawn .
Phillips !" ) l Rhoden nays he wants to he sure same as his first year but the Stark
ind after a considerable. struggle he I f George Leonard Harrison and Thos. to he on hand when the march to Berlin ''boy showed 1 grit and determinntinn '

A-estfd the pistol from his wife's Mallett Hi watt of Worthington, left i- taken up. all times, and with the addition, f

r4Il nand.She then .started toward a -hot.I Thursday afternoon for Gainesville to Archibald, AI"*tin" ", of Uncle Sam'snavy few pound of weight his third ,n. f

gun that stood in the corner of the j enter the army training school. is spending a furlough' in Starke 'romplftely I reversed thing I...rum I I
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,mom. loaded with buckshot. As .h" i i with his parents. Mr and :\01 r... Lacy initial tall for practice the! Stud ,,.,>

made, for the gun he fired with the pistol -. Mr. John S. Peek, of Louisiana, 1 II. Austin. "Bill," as he is known to began to show football ability. lien-1 1 I

+ The. bullet took effect In the wom'l who twenty years ago was a citizen his friends"' has seen much service and was not a yellow streak in his '"'ike-1 S..n..r, .r I : Mr. J, t> lia\ i I. "

an's right temple passing nf Starke. is visiting his brother Col. been through a number of adventures, '' up anywhere, and oofore tin .asunl' I i Ltrooker VI. ,>,il It..i. of Co I., l.it 1 ; U. .

cram. and she fell) to the floor dead. I i i (' L. Peek. I I having crossed the Atlantic at least (,, had gone far Freeman became a fix-i, pot Brigu'l.'l. i ump Jackfi, S. l'( .

Sheriff Epperion wa notified by I half a dozen time. He U delighted turn on the t um. C/ombining brain - --
r phone of the tragedy and left at one NOTICE W. (). W. i' with the service. and say that danger .'and determination with th" few tory and Florida alumni, an watching ,

for Elarbee. Arriving there at 9:30hi :: to themselves is the last thing the I: pounds of weight added h,* continual j i Cupt. Freeman's\ rnilitmy career with

.>on ot Mr and :Mrs E :M.! Coleman found Futch in bed from his wound"He 1 There will be a called meeting at boys in the navy thinks of. i to improve with each game., The re-1 I'I'i considerable prido.Th,' Tampa Daily

I, Starke serving: with the 21st Co. at once summoned County Judge the hall tonight, and every member ii t."". 7aclc! Antler i >. A, 41 En I 1 mainder of his football corner \\n his- Times.'N .

',tth; Depot Brigade, Camp Jackson. ), Gardiner. A jury of inquest consist1 I expected to be present. I








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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 191 .

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is known to have a large number of to hold buck the allied troops who ar(. I Have delivered 37,250 airplane ma- I Sour Stomach- and Belching

splendid troops which will probably be 'I pressing them from the region of the chine gunu. "When I began taking
I Week's Summary of the WarPRIUAY 1 thrown at once into buttle. So far two Somme to the Oise, the We produced 900 heavy Browning I Iain's Tablets three years ,,u , *.I.

of these divisions have come into con British and French armies American'l machine guns in :May. troubled most of the time' *> ,, '"ICIJ'

tact with the allies, but they have been make progress. Monday Also 1800 light Brownings. ing and sour stomach. I UN> i ,.*>'

len 17,000 German prisoners and be- unable to check the onrush of the victorious gains of ground nt various points on j I We have provided 16 new plants to aches and constipation. I 11 I "<"T

armies of Haig and Debeney.The the battle front of high importance for make heavy artillery. was just what my system/ "
tween' *\
200 und :'iOO machine
lirilinh. mid French Drive Hun.* Hack guns, number of prisoners' captured) the further prosecution of the endeavors Provided toO; locomotives for use strengthened my digestion\ .''
them of calibre
of andInnum.rlnbll
heavy
1>n Wide Front many machine trench, during the first three days of the offensive of the allies to drive out the Germans in France. ed me t... my former go :

The historic battleground between mortars and! kindred small guns, is very large. It is hinted by from the old :Montdidier sector. Also :22,000:! freight cars! for the writes Mrs. A. D. Smith. I IY s
weapons
MonUlidicr, again is the that it exceeds far the figures bitter contest in France. .-Adv.
Amiens and, : i, To the north of the Picnrdy theatre, Paris by After an extremely army

scene of a mighty contest. This time the (;I'rmanK have given ground oni given out in the olliciul statements.Two the Americans and British have gaineda Engineers! building and operating -"
i--0.:
the Hritish and French are the ug- divisional headquarters, with foothold in the important little town railways in France will soon number 1UNKSTON: ) .
i two important Kl'ctorll-.on the famous
Roberta Ja., Jar,
under. their fierce onslaught staffs said to have been ta- northern
gressors, and their are of Bray-Sur-Somme, on the 45,000.;
I.ys salient, northwest of LuHasse, und I Old Kentucky SIfg. Co.,
in the first day's battle they i Jin the region southwest. of Ypres on ken. The guns and war material lost bank of the Somme. A short distance We have 339,593 horses und mulesin I'uducnh, Ky.

have pcnctrntcil, deeply into the German -I the equally famous battleground north by the enemy constitute a very heavy across the river to the south, the Brit- I the urmy.We. Cientlrmen; :

positions over a front of more 'of Kemmel. On the Lys sector territory loss. The last report on prisoners ish have taken Pro 'I1I't and midway of I have 24,000 medical olliciuls und A Mr. Will Wuchtfr "r i

than twenty' mile, reaching from the front of than counted gave the. number as 25,000; the line have \>,,(....-ed on to the east ofFou'lutscoul.t 1.18,000 men in the medical force. had some hogs that wn.i I
I over a more seven cholera and hud given ,
region of Liraclies to the neighborhoodof miles was evacuated by the enemy, anti, guns captured 3.10.: in u maneuver which I j' Base hospitals have increased from saving them und would I III',],. .

Morluncourt. while! to the: north of Kommel, the Since the American forces occupied has resulted in the further outflllank-I 7 to 72.Beds. penny on them. I gin

After short but intensive artillery British advanced their line over a I Finmette, the northern suburb of FiN- jug of Chuulnes from the south and<1 of I number 72,007(; with vast increase 15-1. pail of your U. A. I I'>

preparation IInlairl,1, by misty. weath- front exceeding 1 ,OO) yards. flies, on the Vesle, there have been no Uoye; from the north. under way. Powder and he bus jut .
the iermuns: of further attacks in that region. rol-I soldiers have taken paid me for it mid ad\i-I
er the allied attack took These maneuvers'on" the part of the reports On their part the French in the j[ Over GOO.OUO one of hit sick hog gotI. ,

completely I liy rurtiriNO und they fled Germans; seemingly indicate that they It is\believed, however, that the ling country immediately north of the the psychological tests for mental' he hud killed them and n"

almost everywhere pell mell\ before the either considered their ground in'se- allies! there lire gathering themselvesfor Oistriver have captured Gury, a position 'alertness, etc. In liU smoke house an"were

tanks, motor machine gun batteries, curf in the face of the heavy forces a new assault which may have its of great strategic value lying Only about one-fourth of one pel- ns line us any he h n!

cavalry and infantry Kent against Gen. llaig is known to have in both effect on the great buttle going on further southwest of Ijussigny and at several cent were rejected.Our yenr.I want to add I that he .

them. All the ilijuctivfH ,sot for the "regions to ward I of any attempt to north. points southward} to region of the Oise army ii divided as! follows: hog' were down and so -,

Australians, Cunudiuns, Englishmen reach I the channel ports, or that Crown Although there have b >en rumors of I have advanced thoir line further to- Regular army 11,305: ; officers! 511- had to prize their mouth

and Frenchmen were attained in remarkably Prince Hupprecht's. army has been materially heavy fighting south of Arras therehas ward :Noyon.. ;jiG men ;' his wife poured the pm\ .

quick time and at last uctounU '- decreased in strength to rush been no confirmation of them ns Mondays fighting hundreds of :National: guard In U. S. service 17- throats. '

Thursday, night the allied forces reinforcements' to the battle zone yet. Nothing is known of the situation additional, Germans; were made prisoner -I 070 officers, 417,411 men. j i 1' count Please und find 1 with u check kindest in ful.n .-

wore still milking progress. Wher- where the German; armies in the south in Flanders, where on Friday the und the enemy also lost heavily Reserve Corps! 31K! officers, 78560 ,- beg to remain,

ever the enemy turned to give battle are being sorely harassed. (;el'mlll1li are reported to be withdrawing in men killed or wounded. Unofficial l men. I Yours very truly.HANKSTON .

they were decisively defeated., Already having penetrated the Pi from their advanced positions. reports give the number of Germans National army enlisted force 1-1 HHc
Sold H. S. Jones.-AtbGKOVIN
Thousands, of Germans were taken cardy salient to a depth. of nearly thirteen captured during the present offensive 000,000. by

priwoner. Large numbers of guns were miles in the center toward the vi. :MONDAY:: ns in the neighborhood: of 40,000. I Death rate in army from natural -- -

captured> great: <|uuntitics of war_ mu cinity of the important railroad junco .\ 1111.11d'unct' From North. of the The Germans at last accounts were 1 causes declined from 20.14 per 1,000 II Kor hog to he profitubl.be <; noes.:. .
a
terialti were titkcn' ami a store or more tion of Chuulnes and at other points Somme to the OUe RiverThe still throwing reinforcements to the in 18'JS! to C.lli in 1910. i, kept! growing from birth to, -meting ".

villages und hamleta: were re-occupied. along the arc rushed forward betweenfive Germans; huve materially stiffened east of the road running through Drunkenness virtually banished from !I nge. lie cannot be ]I' -1101.

In addition heavy casualties were inflicted und seven miles, the northern and their defense against the British Chaulnes, Roye and :Noyon. the pas 'i' unless he is healthy. He < .. i s.'

upon the enemy. I southern flank of the battle front, I American und French troops on I sage of which by the allies would ser- I army.We have 230::; naval vessels in European be Ia profit-producing ThomngrHia-oonun tJ: 'I> :<
he is fed H. A.
At its ''t'eKt! point one penetrationof where the Germans hud been resisting the Ficurdy front but they huve bten iously menace 1111 the German forces waters. 1 We positively tell you that 't II Lier- .

the licrmnn line was about seven desperately, gave way before the unable to stem the tide of advance I inside the pocket formed by the Som- They carry 3,000 officers and 40,000 eely prevents cholera, rein \, rtr-

and a hair mile* emtwnrd from ViI- I presure respectively of the British and against them.Although me on the north and east anti the Oise men. I I and cures thumps. If tlv u x'' r

lers. Bretonneux to I'rllmervillehile j French. the forward rush of the on the south. Not alone arc the allies Admiral Sims gays the allies arc docs not make good, we wil'' :

h' 1'I'ontwo to five miles were gained ]J JI r I On the north the British captured! allies has been slowed down somewhat, endeavoring' to press their advantage sinking submarines faster than they U. S. Johns.-Adv -- --

I along the front from northwest of ;Morlaneourt ami pressed on eastward, nevertheless they have made further by frontal attacks, but they have I are being built and l building ships

Montdidier to the region around :Mar- while on the south, northwest of :Mont important progress! from the north of drawn up to their back lines guns of 1 faster than they ure being sunk. EVER SALIVATED BY

litncourt. The fighting extended north : didier, Pic'rrepont) , C'entoire and Ar- the Somme, where the Americans and, ,. medium and heavy calibres and with ; 11522:! new merchant ships have been CALOMEL? HORRIBLE!

of l\Iorlnneolll't to the Albert Iw'tor'l, villers were taken by the French who British are fighting together to the these lire heavily shelling the areas constructed during the year ending

\ I hut no official details : drove in their wedge to u distance of northern bank of the Oise; river, where held by the Germans: even as far back June 30th. Acts Like Dynamite un a Slug.

l f-'a r hnve been receivi'd. .I more than 8 1-2:! miles. the French troops are engaging the ''UK Bethen-court, which lies on the We now have about 10,010,000 tons and You Lose

I', The advance of the allies in the center J enemy. Somme seven miles east of Chaulnes. I merchant, shipping. gish Liver

places them well astride, the railroad SUNDAYGermans \ The Americans und their British Meantime allied airplanes continue to From 3,000,000( to 4,000,000 tons Day's Work.

. leading from Vii Icra liretonneux ; Lose llemily in )Prisoners. brothers in arms ut last accounts were bomb German positions and to use machine will be constructed, this! year. There's no reason wny a person

to the important) junction ut Chuulines, Guns; Ammunition pressing closely upon Bray-Sud-Som- guns from low altitudes on troop We have transported more than u should take sickening, salivating calomel .

where lines radiate north-eastward toward me, aided by tanks. und armored curs formations. million men to Europt with the loss. when 1 50 cents buys a large "nottlt
The French have driven the Germans
.
IVromie and! southward through which inflicted heavy casualties! on the Seemingly the advances by the of but 281 from the undersea enemy. of Dodson's Liver Tone--a perfect

Koyp to Cumpifgne. before them for an importantgain enemy as he advanced to retard their French troops on the southern part of We have sent sawmills into French substitute for calomel.It .
east of Montdidier in Picurdy. : ud,
is vegetable .i r
pleasant,
The railway running northward to progress. the line cannot but have! an extremely forests and gathered the timbers from a
That city which was the of u which will start your liver just ain
ISniye was ('roNK('" when the allies took i apex Across th. river the Germans heavily important effect on the present bat- which we have built a vast seaportand .
German salient, which now has been ly as calomel, but it doesn't nmK- ;.i.
Framerville.Well engaged the British ut I.ihons and tIc The hill positions they have gained : constructtd a double track rail- not salivate.
sick and
cut fell to the French first at can
out cm the plains and pressing midday Saturday. Before nightfall army its vicinity and ut one: )point pierced not alone dominate the Oise volley way to the battle front for our troops Children and grown up folks (an

;forward, seemingly! with great "rapidity the British line and 1 gained the outskirts I running northwestward to Noyon, but and their supplies.We take Dodson's Liver Tone. Because
the victorious French' forces had carried -
the )present> olfcnsive (if the British of I.ihons. A counter-attack, : around Lassigny also give them a have astounded our allies with is perfectly harmless.
the buttlelinc onward to nn aver-
i and the French Rives promise of however, entirely restored! the British sweep of the plains south of Itoyp. our resourcefulness and with our abil- Calomel is a dangerous drug It <
of six miles front of
'I t seriouhly menucinir the entire (;icrnmti age depth on a line and the enemy retired to positions Aside from the Amiens-Montdidier: ity to produce effective, telling, win- mercury and attacks your bon" Takea
miles.
front from near the sea to Hhei ms. If approximately twenty east and north of the villae' UnolTi- sector little t fighting has taken place the-war results. America i is meeting dose of nasty calomel today .It d :\oi..

;) the drive should proceed eastward to In the three ,days of engagementswhich cial reports from London. have credi- on any of the fronts. Along the Vesle every demand for men' money und 1 will feel weak, sick, and nausp.iUii !.
culminated. in the taking of Don't lose daw." -K
any grout depth it ctinnot hut alfect ted the British with entering C'haulne the Germans again have delivered violent supplies in a wuy that will prove ir- morrow. a ,
:Montdidier( the French took 8,000 prisoners. Take spoonful of Dodson'-s Li'-r
a
the armies of the (;ierman crown and the British cavalry with u penetration counter attacks against the Americans restible when the' allies determine that
will wake ,0
Their ciiptures) also included l Tone instead and you
\I prince now fighting (between the Aisne I of the' uieitiy'a territory almost anti French who arc holding the the time for the great offensive' has No bilmm1 -
:200 guns und an enormous amount of feeling great. more
nd the 'tsle and, possible make. unii bank of river. .
l 4 ( material.I'.uslicd. to Nesles. ground on the north the arrived. constipation, sluggishness, hcadu "

. jiracticable .sUuul, by them oven north. ) by the impact of the British, i The greater progress! has been ,made As on previous' occasions when the -- .- coated tongue or sour stomach r

,1, (it the Ai isae, nlonir" the Chcmin ties by the French from the region southwest enemy attempted to dislodge the nlliud druggist suys if you don't tv d '' .'
French and American offensive on the Orovc'A Tasteless chill Tonic .
Jia&;; II. IUnltr [ and south of Uoye to the Oise I troops the counter attacks failed. son's Liver Tone nets better tim
Imttleline from Albert, northeast of
the pressureof the offensive j river. Since the capture of :Montdidier British aircraft have brought down I de8troYSlb" malarial tienna which are transmitted rible cnlomel your money is "0'''''1ft
Amiens, to the Oise river, north ofCompil'Jlw to the blood by the Miilm-ln Mnxiultu Prlcu 611') the menace ti> the channel ports also I the French" have penetrated. castward u German; airship off the coast of Holland for you. ilJ -
German; forces
are going
I I seems for the moment< ut least, to l to Tilloloy, a distance! of about according to an anonuncement I --
back toward the Somme river and thl'1 ,
vanish. Already there have been signsto / I seven miles und l to Omny-Sur-Mat/: by the British udmi..nltyn unoffi --- - n -- -- --
cannl. So far be
Nesle-Noyon as cnn I
the northward from the positions. I more than eight and a half miles, und l l'jaln'port announces a Zeppelin of the
determined the is in full
retreat
where Crown I'rincc! Kiipprecht had l all along enemy the front against through the hilly rejrion southward to largest and newest type has !been I JOHN. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

'i: formed his men for a drive toward the I which the allies flung themselves on the Oise have averaged gains exceeding brought tlown off the Knglish coast. ,

" channel by the! teJ'manl':111 that; II retrograde not I improbable.With movement. I Thursday morninic. It is reported from miles.: six: miles over n front of twelve I ( Continued on. page eight) I LIMOLN HL'LIEY, Ph. D..UII.! I D)., I.. l. n.) President' !

the armies, of his I imperial cousin Paris that French patrols are in The stiffening of the (;"rll1nn . . .. . . . .. DcLand, Florida
the German;
Chaulnes. principal center
,. on the SoiKsons-lvheinis salient 1.11.1-\\, west of the Somme.North fensidoes nut, in the minds of de-I i
; Iy hllh'J'l.ll1nd,I i unnble to lend him i aid i I stubborn ers on the hattie front indicate the SI.hi't.tltlNlOl.l.NIEl: : { Send now for a catalog
:: of the Sutnnw enemy -
: ''r.: when his own forces" north of :Monldidier I tOut of the those carried out ; \l.l'SII'ANIA: ;. ,
"' I resistance at Chipilly( spur, u pneiny j \\ /lit ) :SANK: ; 'I THE CKXPITATE\ DKPAKTMBNT-Drim-m" of Mnntir' of Art ,,nd Sfi.. "'-,--
'I
I are i in a ,ratlinprecarious, position height which dominated the \\ h"lt.'ul- over the Manic front when .strong .,. 'l I-:iris: I.1KK i : FATKLondon .. TUB: Cor.l.ElK eH-' I.IIIKKM.) : .\ iLI5 TOB MKN: -Twunlyrfino di-pnrlm) , mTIIK

ilK a J'ellultf the new offensive, I I rear guard. covered the retirement of .,- !. : fOM.CfiK: : OF 1.111111.1ltTI: FOB WOMENWoman .l.'lin.! i" "p.iInrii'i ,
\ of the Somme in that region has
..
.; it is apparent' that IJupprecht will I l\t'y the crown prince's armies northward.The \. Aug. 10.-Lieutenant .
!been' broken' and the Germans northof I TI1K I: ror.l.KCIC OlI.. VW lii-iuliinli-H i ) practice in l-'lc.rliln, without i \iin in.TUB .
\ have to defer his campaign to cut oil the river have joined their comrades smoke of largo (fires, continuesto Commander Schweiger who comcanded I ItJLI.KfiK': ; OK FNrilNKKKIN'O, Cutinc* in Ennlni'1-rlnu Ivnilinn !I., ,'.

t the cross chatuii-1 srvice( i in retiring.South lie seen far behind the enemy's lines the submarine which sank I TIIK: COI.I.KCE: ; KOtt TE.U'IIKRS, : K.|u>cllllly for. Flnrlilll. Irnchfru,

t On the Vpsk' front there was little I of ;Montdidier the French and the movement of long trlLnllpol't"lIl1tWIlId the Lusituniu, U dead. His deathoccurred I TIIK i COI.l.F.r.K: UK III'.SINKSS: I;; : : Knnkintr, Mooh-kfvplnit. Shortlmn.l. 'I v i I
I. fighting Thumdiiy, except in the process Till.C: \nt:: tY I'n-imnn for all J) hlirh-irrnilu! I'ulkirra.TIIK .
I7.\
; have plunged through the German columns is considered i evi- in :September, l! uc- I
: SCHOOL OK :; ,
MKfllANir AUTSFur .
ooyH liml
: younit m. "
of line strnighU'Ming operationson I{ lines on the hills west of the :MiitKriver
the north !IxtnkUiore' under nn I If nnd l IIP I 4 i" """I to be in the c-nemy ultimately to retreat to nl'Wor in command of the 'I I UK SCHOOL OK i I 1 INK: l AUTS.MI'M t

f almost i ineeHHiint rain of enemy shells valley I nt I ;\1 ii ;llIeICJi-.... I| I lilies ) both tlifl American mill! the French I all the, bridges across the ,inland with a not ho r submarine. *. I I. Thf I l'r. Imiuwrv ('.MII-M-, in Auririillun' !V >tun\. ltiol..krv. Oivnnie, ''" '
troops I improved their sta' rubs. The The Germans: are In u serious position it; 1 lumi-ny r -in, ili'iil, 01" uml) iiinnt.tittiiimil| 1),10.. AKricitltin.tl tMinirnlouy
Both U-boats submerged and the '
I Somme from the region of Peronne
east Mojitdidier.; The nllirnhave I ,I i I fI:,"Inll| >. .
, \ ( ierman Knn not uloni are pluyinjj closed I i in on Chaulnes and have southward" and with the enemy's com other: commander felt a chain Thi- I'n-MiMliml emir1'lntiiilouv., Hu.louy. Annlomy.' Bueli'rloloin IIXnoloto
f upon the allied forces, but also are \\'I'l'pinnlonJt the side and be- *. IInlll" '. (;itiifinl, 1 ,
municating" cither in the hands of ; ) ( lin trv, 'Inoruuliie ChcnlUtrv. OIVIIIH.try. "
of that
had. the railroad south I
'i hammering away ut bridges' across junction I the allies or dominated) I by their guns: lii'Vecl he had run into an unknown .. I ()jniilitiitiv.. an I ij mtttitatuu'' ('hem, trv. I 1'hyHJrn.
, : town under artillery fire for two days.' J .1, The 1',rri. ,- f..r II, I ln-i.mi W..rli .
I I.e xtream" over which men are constantly the 4 British mine field. A terrific i I In 1 Ilil.lit-iil) I l.itiT.iluri-I ,t<.ry. TUL;
retrograde explosion -
If Chaulnes U lost to the Germans; movement necessarily cholouy., .
; making their to the : : IVilatfotrv KOticLotcir: nnd Themm.,
j WilY must be slow. Therefore, strong rearguard followed. The second boat I ,
: they will I be forced" to make a long,
northern bank of the to reinforco ,. -0
stream -
actions rose and signellcd for the '0 I
rapidly
anrequired to s.ivelarge
perilous! march eastward over country II
there. I
l I their comrades already quantities\ of men and guns! and > other. There was! no reply. The *' --
effect thr. battle /louthI roads to'var1loy.n.) The rapid progress ..
What 1 prexent U-8rt has not been heard from '
I enormous quantities of stores fromcapture.
\t east of Amiens! is to have on the Ves- of the French 1".lowlontli.li'r; The allied troops! are encircling since. *?. +>> '+$.Ho$'$+Ho.i'14 ri>'! +1 $-N"'fH,
this under fire
has placed even road l
front to .
I le-Alsne remains be seen.SATTKDAV '5 ,.
-- und made it almost impossible as nn Roye and its (capture which . .. . i i HOT WEATHER
; avenue of escape f,,r the harassed en- seems imminent. will greatly heighten o ;'j j' 'j' i S > i f

t,! I ,, the difficulties of the Germans in .
J 17,000 Germans; Cultured( hy .\.I\lnl'1 emy.In falling back.Intensive \\11 \T WE: HAVE DONE TO WIN:
the center the Germans are reported i NECESSITIES
ing Friinco-Hritl-h Troops THE: W.It.P'n8I1cola I
I to be in full retreat. Alliednirnien air fighting is proceedingover Ii

Over a curving front of more thantwenty ,| hllveI..n roads filled with 1 1I the battle line In Friday's bat- .
the British an\I 1>'1.t'n'h'are ( Journal)
nvies j German motor lorries and have been ties thirty-nine German machines were When : With the of hot :
meet a men who coming weather
continuing to sweep back the Germans you questions you should provide
.1""troy.llIn.1
active in bombing these lines of truns1 twenty-two driven down
eastward across the plains ofPlcar.ly 1 port.. The bridges of the Somme river out of control. The British war offil"eI'knowl..dg's our achievement since entering i yourself with the necessities to make life more com- i
from the region north of the the war, just quote these' figures compiled fortable. I have
full line
that a of
south of Peronne are under fire and twenty.three British J
Somme cast of :Morlaneourt to the from official reports of the
the- one at Peronne Is reported to hll\'elel"n machines are missing. Unofficial I .
FREEZERS
eastern bank of the Avre northwestof Equitable life assurance company. WATER COOLERS J
estimates the
broken. This will thrown new bring number' of prisoners
;Montdidier.As We now have over KiO.lOO) army officers. 1 Full line of
I, complications; in the German highcommand's taken by the allies up t() ::11I.000I ); small articles. *

on the first day of the offensive, and the' number of
task rf extricating: its guns: captured to
material prolCrt'l:4lI made Fridayover : flhntNivd armies from the field where I more than 500. Our army exceeds '!.:.OOOOO) men. It : Screen your home to keep out the fly and the mosS *

the entire battle front. ;Many additional ,I they have \been defeated. On the Vesle front the (;e'rmans on will ho 4.000,001) by the end of the quito. Window screens in all sizes and kinds. Save *

village! were captured, ; the I j i It now appears that the German tin- northern sidi! of the stream are reported year.We : your wife's temper by buying a :
have delivered :!i combat airplant's
"' bag of prisoners was largely increased lines in Picnrdy mint have been stripped to be entretiching.! stringing up to June Sth. : BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE .

; numerous gam and grout quantities when Crown Prince Rupprecht :" barbed<1 wire over the territory :
'I The weekly! production! was then 80. No hot sweltering days over a wood stove. Cook in
of war stores were taken ami heavy sent' troops to the n-suce of the GerVjnn where' they are facing the Wench and :
'' We are now !building 78 advanced : comfort of oil
casualties!' were jnllicted on the cn- crown prince's army south of the I I.XnierUaiK., I one our stoves. :
by tanks urmorci! motor cars'' the training planes per week.
my Aisne three weeljs: ago.: Paris rews- 'i
OJ I cavalrymen and, the infantry. The pnpers remark on the fact that the Tl'F.SDVY We had built 4.-I95 elementary I JONES HARDWARE !
training planes to June 8th.
losses sustained by the AngloFrenchforces (captive taken are, fur the most German; lcHt{ >r\v.. Cannot 11,111011'1'1.. ,
Over 2,000<)i liberty motors for airplanes
r are dfclared., to be, relatively rather old\ an.I it is thought, that they can. Ilrili-h and French Force,
.1 already delivered. Starke
i Fla.
..mnll.l are members of reseve divisions.\ Although the Germans *
are employing Now producing them at the rate of
To the allied, forces there have fal- ,
Crown Prince .
Rupprrcht, however I fresh forces of reserves in efforts US per week. N..t+,+ !--i !'!4-f'f.'N-i !-H' 't4-4-F3i44-44 se33t"-r, !'






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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.wwunruuaaouuvuunerwnurwmuflgwnm..f.w. The first lady attorney; ever representing !| iE Soldier Letters. alone was worth going into no mun's Stnrke Red Cross, hindquarters\ i4'

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I .- n case in Polk county is Miss land for. This is my first renli/.ution On July Both: the Lue toy branch

Jane Tillie. Miss Tillie represented u i, = what the iced: 1'roi.s is doing I nt he1 ."tt
I i I I"f Mint to hl'hhlullI'I'rs, | the following ,
Live State News I ! client for vagrancy nt the county court' I Etriutfrom u letter written byPt. + front. I forgot to say thnt a "smiling' number of articles: 10 pneumonia+ 4

: [L----------.J in session there and cleared him in n I Ernest L howling 1M10IO: ) Military I American lady S"I'\'l'ltllll"e wonderfuldoughnuts. pads, M( bed jackets, 5 pair bed socks, a,

short \\ hill'. The client was: Julius Spciialist] Company, "Somewhere TheY. :\1. 1', A and Knl'vation :.tl) blurts, :lit) draufrit, 10 triungulal+
I Told by Our Exchanges. I 'in Frame," to his sister :Mrs. W. II.Mid.lleton :. '
,
I Ilyman\ and Miss Tillie made a .strong Army are alike* to be e'onuneiidjc.l bandagOH I :Ii! small pillow, 7 pair sacks, it' /I ITbo

I'. __ ________--. ------ -- ---- -- plea for his acquittal. The jury was of Hampton: / UK they maintain huts right behind 1 wash ,cloth 1 pair pajamas, 1 knit a

=- - -=' out only u few minutes when they re I had! a very like time coming over on | tho )lines for serving: hot drinks: all comfort cover 1 1 bundle old( muslin

Brevnrd county has voted over- Fifty men have been started out on turned verdict of "not guilty" Judge I i the transport We landed in England: ,plight. long!;, as wlI1s! selling many delicacies. and linen.

Ivvhelmingly for the compulsory clip the road in parties of five each, under Blanton then gave the defendant n but only stayed there a few days. Wo Imagine paying thirty cent;. .
7th Urooke-r sent in the following
I August
Jpmg of cattle. the direction of Max Kisluck\ govern good lecture as to his future behavior were in England 1 on the Hh.! They hid for u l',11"f condensed milk and sitting ,
acute articles It}
ment representative to help combat' and advised him to reward his attorney a big celebration there and exrryonetreated down with a box of crackers tin, bountifully" : tt"

Camp Joseph E. Johnston will be the army worm which is beginning to liberally with the first money heearned us line. ,eating/ it. Of course, our food is good' shirts, ld! drnv\ers.

cMilarged to double its present size, the make its appearance in the castor bear after he returns to WOI' The prettiest girls 1 have ever ncn bore at the fl'I'nt-stl'nk and IVi'tirh I Are you helping in any way in this i

work being started last week. fields of the west coast, and which has arc in England: : l and Trance.' They do fried potatoes almost every da>', but "1'1"11111.1'ol'k'? If not you are u

already ravaged the east const section. I Tampa us a municipality will haven all they can to amuse we soldiers. Tho one does have1 such nil appetiteCnmp slacker. I

castor beans and either! These - -- --- - ----
i farms raising men will visit the different !service" (lag which will be flown English ihildicn" run along hl'"ius\

.iiiv there to combat the worm then I I from the flagpole surmounting the and asked us if we- had any Americancents. Shelby) :\Ii,,".. Tho Outline Inat WOGS not 1 ...Jert the Nana

vchcor] show the farmers how to dl'ra. After having been Tn operation for city hall. There will be a star for each We gave: them all the American July :10. 1018Mr. tlrrn.iHF ,,11.* tonic'INIMtlsl end" I..h.I >rllrrllli.n Urcl.nrdluarvQnlnue I,AXATIVKIIKOMOUl r

.' five years between Daytona and t>ay- former employe of the city in the .service money we had. Some of the boys 1.I:. Matthews: ....1 ilorn\ nut eau..* iirr. .iMiftnrN. norttiiKiuic '
'111 hero Utrntrnilirr full Mintlut
tone Beach and Seabreeze, the Centralof \ of his country. In the matter of told them they didn't have any .sennc1" Stnike. Fin. ..k lot tae immune, ul U w. C.KOVU.mime lug It'

.i' University of Florida will train 1 Florida railway, 111I.tonl1'I), fctreetcur service flugsthe!; :Morning Tribune has cithoixMsc th'yVolIl
} ;tun" i men as mechanics for service system, will cease operations after the most i-tiirs of any concern in the I am here training and getting along inblit \\'Iii provide' mare! moat ;. '

\\ ]Ih the American expeditionary for labor day and the tracks will then i city, with the exception of the Tampa I, The French people nil treat us line, fine I like the Holdipr's life1 and nil and I whole'Honumeat in a vmr\ than o

. be torn up and the system dismantled. I l Illectric: Company. The Tribune's ser too; the)' i an inn lio signs and talk the boys in camp from dear old Unnl-,l lford any other animal ''I'll't piogrny of.onci 1t' I

.. The) owners claim that the \'jl'! (lag now contains forty stars, enough English: to make us understand county are just crazy to got doe bus boon known to roach; ono .4

I Ii.)i st. Cloud Herald reports over has been running at u loss for 1Inl'I'I'I representing' I t that many (.f its workers what t they' mean They invite us ill ': trained nail get 11I'I'O"S. Wo foci like hundred in number in u your.I 1 T Jl <

C,i., i uhcls of onions from one-third time. : who have joined the colors The their hOIl",''- 'to drink wine,' with them we can got: old Kniner Hill. -- 1
of ground in the St. Cloudmunis I 'liainlic'rlain'H lablcl.
," :.1 I,"u1 ,
i I I majority of the men so represented We can iret all the wine we want for This i is n nice; camp here in HnMiesI / -

, ," Extensive impiovomonts will IK* volunteered. Some of these men were :12: cents .1 iiiart.| I have already leiunOil ; I III'J!'. :\Ii..... bat gee it ,is soinowh it Chumlierlain's Tablets are intended bilioiiHUOHS t
fur. stomach troubles
I especially -
made in the next few weeks in die: heads their I hit lIt' French. It not
of the Lake of departments.The quite a IK MO hot Florida' is the best tnto.. Well,, '
county
I and coiiMtipntion. and have 1W
y
i.i i atoll| am an 1WtAVtf
.
.at .
into camp Day- with much in the treatment
. into go!; mot success
] l''t rllbul'g, the spiice; in the bunking Cypress "reek Lumber, Co. I am in t the French village of St. ford ('ouht Cuiikei*, t
In-\ first state encampment to ; 'I ) of those ilixcaHCH. People who t
i ( :room will be doubled A new trod h.u I Isonic I- have completed their plans fur. Angnon. It is a god I siitod town andthere
". 1 9 Labor Day September 2. I Ii th"h'l : wm. \1.: pmu.ips.! have sullYicil. fur with stoliuicb s?
I jears
: Mtl'el'tHllt, for safety deposit( mills, which lire to bo erected at is a i antic' hcuhich was built 'll
l Ivt'{| ('n., I'ut.-ntion ("amp.Vamp double an,I have boon unable to nht.un 1 ( .
Loewill !b'.' installed, and the bunk
pann, this summer The mills in 141)0M\ ( > years (before Columbim .
i w.is distinguished recently I II'1h1I"s.: luixt1 brrn ;
mnili
roliijf,
world next winter will be much better able nt the intersection of the railroad and diseovelcd\ ) \ no otter 1 town in the I 1 1''a; I ise send I me a oupv of | lely rated by tho use of those, tub .It{ p
ili-tinguiglu-cl having to bundle! its ]lnrg number of ('u.to- the Cypross: crook canal It will bo a | here. \Vi irit I ciioiiirh to oat and') have .
M by I \ "lll' paper' onee\ a week as we hurt lots, 'haiiihcrlnin's Tablet i in .1! .
,
vin n.l'I'I modern up-to-date hand n\\v\ mill I Isuit'tl houses to '!.".'p ill, All the houv me(
.I mis' ai nvo in the city : Me lo In" /Mr the new- in nil.I around lit' gnat value Inr blluiHjiie-.,. < In"] "i lit
far, eloliiK high-grade work and' built of tone., The] ,people. here wenr' '
\\'h.it a Four :Miiiiit..' Man: inn do of St::11'1"i ) ion tip.itioti I nayhe peimtiniitnlUieil }}
with n daily; c.ipucity of11.0110) feet. A ,| wooden I h", -. 'rho I onl\ pei: nr'- h... "11

,nl.l, cud. '. .. I.l. h liii.-. a good' uui.i-'t.. talk fur, ass !ilI I.I lilt hand .shir.Lrle mill will bo( operated now a.'d. I ponn'i" '! \ 'in" .. ," 'sitboy's. ] .' Ioy l.iKmg I 1'uuul'rbw'') t.,6 I ,
:> I i"i uu,lience .'i 1.1 I .1 p'litfil] I manner" I 01l KI I t HO-ss: Mills; I LI t ,coil, ,, I 'I 1 I llll 1|I"I ,III'. ,I
; '
,
connei'tirm with the sawmill. Theronqany .. ,
.1" "I h.rt
in i..rIn
\ , : . ]I'll ni i i I i i
I (111') \ .. . '' '1 I I I,1., ,I']', \lll .
I
0 I t i l.'u 1] i iI'' ph'.1) .;"'n- 1 i I I
!
pi. pur-1
,I', t t.I Jill I 1I 1I II I- ', hit1- seemed, l by lease and the I '" \ .' w i n i ]l''' ,1 ', t'.i'l .11 / '' "

I 1 ll I ll. 'I I 1 rtliti.I" I . ..I' ,I1 i I.< .. 1 1- I.' Vlll" ,II] I I. ,111"in | i-h.i i,;o I'md t tic-ally all the heavy cvpi-ess'' en tad) t nl tin all the \\'od, ,. roil I illl'tnglnul .1'''i'el i 1I"i K' d i'n. ",It'P' '. ,1 tI .tf, ; .. I
< ;' ]' . : ."' il.i i \ .our] ] i, wit'< n f fi tin1 Iuuu't I ] >., .111111" i '"1 r
; tni',>"'r land along Cypress creek west | : ) "d i I'I.tnr 1 ,'. It i i (hu* "I
/ is m "I' ,
-1 111. 'tl' >.' I Ii I. I I i l" '11..1, t 'I'I 'in,'' n. *:a.i ii '. .
1 .n .1. ( \.l'\ .'',- ]in:,. 1 I.. .i .[titmi] \pi" ali ., ,u, Itile" ; be bbur'.hurt, lit). 1:1:] Ii.i J i..' i ill "I III'
of (I'm'p.inn fiom] which they will getIh'it usuiil to 1. uoiii] n .11.m+ i i :L.} i ii.us i no'; i i i:1: i i r, ]i.i! ,.I, i I I I': ,nn',,, ,, i. '
i r the 1 k''<...1' i i nl tin' Ki:, I t'i n', I 1"1' this mill. I I h,
o- i I itlln! '. It. I' ]1'- j 1' log: Mipplv. IInd,1,1 i > in' tin i : i .I I ''I{ 1 i i ii .: .
th tin1 (U" ''I i t 11t.1 rtI( I, i i n II \ ""iy i In n i n "1"\ ,,limn' pays 10, n' ,,il I < 1 a
,r \loom((, i .00".h" -- -- Tin' old v ='i IIM u h,"M' wail !I. in] th i 1.1.. Ii'' i I l, ', i e
y ,. .11 Him I ::111: ;i) \.. .i 'rributt.-, [ S \1'1' NOTEM !
; nl, ( l>'int.: ,ini,,iii .,, Itllrly'I ] I theaim] t ;n]I. im, u. I "
I ,,, the M .I.I I h., '. ,,1.. Piles CeiroJ In A to M Days
, i The ",. I'" ] ,,1' Ill<' . went i in i '" ..] .\ l.1" i., II '

"n I ]ic-c-ding iiii'i'I ft, ,ling of A of piupiisnl Commence1'\'us for nv1.1.i the to location the I hamper of- S.ipp, Aug. I I'J!.--:Mr. und 11MIIl'k\' I llotl.se in slid. h I :am t.illrt.'d nm. !I. ''i'' II it h.! .i' :IlghUr] '': t'", .. ,.,''.inIr1' Urn,;;;.. I ii l.r" iiniu:,I::., :Illln.I :miUli'V: : I. nic.-.llii,If I l'A7.o111NTMtNI'f.ti;iirl'riilruillnil I {; I Til.; ''I .Imn

shci' Ciiflis; and children. of Manning, spent I oil Ihem ,1.I -.nm. \ h.'V \\li.u (im" )' 1 'I'hr ,111.i, .Ii.ii.rrnlly, brrn lii,lunily nil''<*v *ii Itrhinq I'llend 1 vow eion 'u. in
iiul "r : ; : ::;
p. ,
.in extensive! farm traitor plant at the week-eml with her parents, Mr.am nUul leniitmr din lint ui>*llc : 1 got tin. u.]] I n,] I tin I] ;; pi-eail' supper i mi tin 1 I-li",( I
I'npuy, superintendent nt nsuculu. The) I 1"'IIMII'ola plant is ] :Mrs. .T. 1'. a ipp. ground and, muted me" to i it \\ t ill 'II+ 11.t] ,,.1.1. "I,,,,, \\ ]\ I':uy' I'llI'm slioiil.l, ( h,' mmlii to pro t '\ ,'
planned to meet the demand of .southern i i
J.V.. Wilkinson well known far- I
I. \.lllllfa.tlll'inll, (Company's\ : a them. Tli y hail home" cured( null b.n i Igh!i fund. I for lit.., tuiiiily and
. farmers and of foreign countries- ,I
I 'K "11\ ill,., WtI" ,,,,hot and 1<111- ,I mer of Rvergreen, was nt Snpp last rye broiul<1 and, two dilTeient kin.I >, _u_ "Mn. iniiiinls. It will, I bo 'necessary tom
It is proposed to incorporate the company -
Dennis Hosier" I Ito week. wine. The trench dunk moi.. urn.thnn ",. or.: .ike. for the short tlmo
... toi ] plans' craps
r i noon for $.*,OBOO( > of which $:'iO,0i() ) is :Miss Kmmie Smith, of Jncksoville, r'r ..J';;';: gaggsgfteWomen: )
. n 'I'al"nellro) \ youth, bch water-, they cull it \'in. :!! :: ..10..1. 14
a \with the crime. be subscribed locally. Pensncola i.suUu ix visiting nt the home of !Mr. John I was si nt here fintn (Camp Win I I. ins :- -- -- t 14
1 u' i : i'.1 to the site for the plant.
provide : !
i Hitch. a clerk but haven't I 1",1\\ Ih-/I\j]/: \ | Try < biinilifrl.iiii'M I ;y

I In .I]u"leugo of corn for Florida there is not general observance N. T. Uitih of Starko, and II. II. I II to tiny p.ntuular compnnv n-> \.t I 1..n' W hen you need" a good tollable' linlnn -

.' i in ]increase* of about 10 per cent LJecuu.se / Elnrbee, of Jacksonville, were business writeto me at the addii-, givin\ I.. .nl far.. siireiioHM of the muscles! n \ "
of the minute" ati
"patriotic '
i I.I I ]i-t year. The crop !is also in I visitors nt Sap p. 'low. If I nm gone: to the lion\! tins Hero Is a messago to t t PI am 'or to relieve, rheiimiitlc pains
Henry n ,
suffering women
It IM
, ,inlitinn indicating a total pro- will foruard it to 0r.We I p] p Immborliiin's l.lniment. ex- 1
the mayor'sI'oclamation, members Mrn. W. '1'. I'rli-o' of :, r ,
fly ( home of :Mr. John (Kitih Sunday.
I j .' "n i which shows that the state will I were' eampeil one nifht I uilbinlens ] suffered 11,'II..ul.--Adv.
of the Tampa Civic Association II. 11. !Ilonfroe rimdmaster of the A. Public, Ky.i "I __ . __
i h 11 I independent of outside sources I than 100 miles of (the In',mi,; Inn'" wills painful.' .", u t I

," ipplv' } and I other organizations are planning I C. L. railroad, assisted by :Mr. Brigham !;- "'I' heard the gulls nil 'night At th.' Him writeI got down I Tin- margin of profit on the avtrnguI

to: petition the council to replace its were busy buying ties Sattn'dny. with a weaKnusH In my the fill'1 1
i present titwe an limn" than JOn I I.u m 1 is too small to piTin't" '
resolution/ culling for the proclamation Mr. and) )I1's. Manning of Manning I bark and limbs . .Ifelt i 11I111. rin
Jacksonville abli.
to keep olil 1111
\\ thin two weeks the miles from the front bolpli-we and. dlft!! > iin i an lllipl

II"u"n I , ,, company will be operating with an ordinance providing punishment and 1 1.. B. Kitch, of Kniford, were visitors I I cOllrll .-.I .I bad about! j ( nil out llit- drums cud iindcHlt'ablea. \

"Lt'Into the heart of Cnmp Johnson, : for nonobservance.The at the home of .John flitch F.xtiaitK: from n letteivntten, l h v 1,1. flven up hopes of over --

i.l'i ''. some unforseen delay occurs, department :Master Taylor, a prominent furimer Huharil Kay White, &dated,) .luh' 1 I Ilth belnx well iiprnln. whoa 'I'ho Strong \\lllislaml ho Hunt of } ,
estimates
inciensmg bureau of crop I of the New-: (River section, and K.I: ft friend I Iiulstod I Summer llcller 'I I linn the Wcnk
.i- tin tompnny is! rapidly of agriculture, places the .\n, just back ill rest' 1 amp' after" I;fij t
I Wilkinson were in Supp last week who fri-hli. and, y.iinitir. i 1"1't 'ln 1
eil.l
th> extension of tracks from the presi this I doing first "tour" in, the Iren..'h TakeCARDUI |eenpln| nn .
of my
total acreage; cotton planted in business win nrn writk, will Hlrf-itrtlhrnril. snd.nnid"I l illn
i t t. minus i of the line. state at 1H7OOO( ()() acres Of this amount I on ('s, and, aside from (mii-mg ulnnit) ...\ ,tliriMiilh this ili-prmHhiit pant of f NIIIIIIIMT l hv luk-
John Hitch made. n business trip to liiill.KiiVI'. PASIH>- ,..lull lONIi;. le piirlllK(( *
IL'.I.OOH:!; () acres is in Sea Island. (..allt'I.'UI' t'aldosta Saturday. en nights sleep' am fieling liki a lad, enrlt hm tli. |hAal| | ,, I IIIl' Tampa Dock Company is lay. Florida's total acreage!; of cotton j prince, My work at the front has 'lieenso You i an. 01".1". St"u |.h"II..I. luvlaurIhllat.fl.t -
:0\\i i011-ton >; j Joe Pierce has returned from a trip .
i I' plans for launching/ a of which IH'J.OOO: I int.'resting that I hardly I' It like, IWhMole <
was 11)1,000) acres the southern of the state. r
w". li-n hull steamer from its plant at 'educ | to part sleeping the few hours. that I had!, hut >
Labor I> This will be the acres wn Sea Island, making u i | .J. 1'. Snpp and l J. L. Wynn, demonstrator : farm work. run be. done, in u AI t
r.impn, on ay. relaxation
I perfect
I
be launched by the. dock tion of slightly: ] more than 10 per centin from Bradford county went to now urn enjoying ,I lit y with a given amount, of man labor q
to front
thii.l.hip] to the
before
Shortly going up
,...111whkh has contracts for sei \'- the acreage; of Sea Island cotton :Macclcnny on the first Monday to secure n battalion, intelligent- ,..1'1 ti"n I j w.is or I The Woman's TonicI by using more. horse power and largo

this year. some action in reference to dipping I II implements. It ill nor WilY to meet
boats.
i ...1 ...t the Ferris type gain/.cd and I wan .I.t",1| ill h.irgeof
vats for cattle.Charles I I began!: CarJul. In the labor shortage
Millville isj enjoying national publicity the observation post the eyes of
I a
whllo Raw
IJ I 1.. Casa representing the Venice II. Wamright, J. Q. Hosier, I short __ _- __._ *
of the glorious .
just now, ut! great preparations! the army. The night marked illfferenre. 1 H
f
I I I'liirrhiM-ii Shelden and John Stafford (
cxperiiti Supp 8p'ntsl'veral
Piirm will plant an right
Company, made to furnish homes and Fourth found me making my first trip I grew stronger
.ntal of licorice in the KverKlailes are being days last week with J. P. Sapp. land" along, and It cured me. "I have been" in the practiio( of m .I.
crop accommodate "no man's
the into
facilities to "o\c-r top" '
conditons there other needed ..J.1.. Hosier, superintendent of the I am stouter than I vine for forty years," writes tar I I1.)I.A.
He says the thousand workmen who are tobe to set post I was: not orilereil "
the up my been In
of where one Kvcrgreen: Sunday, school was at Sapp have yenm. I'ost, llarnwoll, S. C'. "I rum to
.11' similar to those Italy employed in the new shipyards recently to take my observer thentwo hun It you Buffer yon can h
the root is produced and that there is Satur ay. man'sland" i reel Ittto what It j ''I(Inn plui-o last :March having pur-
established there. Day county drel and fifty yards out into "no j ap[ .
i'. ,mlimited, demand for the root. I.ittlelillK ]Inn Benne Davis is critically it would. steady L menus to ]1'f strong and hord( a plantation' "ten miles from .
life and more but I thought
will take new us produce -
on ill at this time.A well. Thousands of wo- here, nm preparing,, to. move into it ,
will be needed, many new farmers his nerves to show him that I would! go men give: CnMiil the shall there I find, ilmr- \t.\ I
Crawfordtary severe wind and rain storm praitu-e
Inv million of It. Clay passed
and stock raisers will invest inland nnjwhere Unit he was a-ki .1 to go as credit, for their' rooilIienlth. II"n'l nf- .
who was here Saturday /' prevnlent, in fact became
> of state of Florida over At breakfast the. next. morning It fthould help
I ght from Tallahassee a few days in that vicinity. obne-rvcr. the you. Try CarduL At all .., with it myself, saw u notice of
told. that oar men at
I
was
.
druggists. E-73 and Diarrhoeii .
win somewhat m\moui i e liiimb.rbiin'Coin wa
Reports from the tak assessors posts were in trouble Dropping my small( bottle and it
according\ to Itemrdy'tnnghI a ,
improved Friday, the Florida tax commission indicate liradford. Au e. 12-011': C. H.'New- unfinished bu-akfust I strapped on my A.K

h petal' authorities11'. Crawford's that the valuation of real and personal som and family were guests of her new "trat" and! was og with a pi, ked! I I, I.I lfOO.1

'htmn is not considered serious. property in the state will be increased mother Mrs. C. M. Andreu Sunday. guar...._._.I L LII ,...-nu"....../.fish *.I._.... ..,."_,*,.."...-'.' \Vf.. 1

is hold- this year about thirty-five million dol. Clyde Shaw and Seeber Edwards attended walked Kinglet life to the ruined townwhere ,
The sheriff of Pasco county )
lars. Lafayette will show the /greatest the baptism at Little Springs .. the outpost was. Naturally wisupposed '
for trial ] r
(mi fourteen fishermen valuations there having been the (iermnns had the phir'.I '
un-I I increase, / Sunday.Mr. n ITEHNS 10
the state laws for fishing P '
r The food', raised by the assessor more than one Arthur Edwards and sister. Miss: and would put up n I Hcrap Imagine!' be used) for.the"i'' '
seine] in the Cootie river. Suwannee is next when the first man we I ,
cent. surprise
hundred
I I per Georgia attended the baptism at Lit our
'Imimstrator' and shellfish commishmer i materials make "I'
be with a 31.47: : per cent increase, while tie Springs Sunday evening./ saw wan one of our supposed killedor I: new \,
"i asked that the prosecution Hillsborough, iadsdon and others captured" men, and one after another that
to : Polk, / Mr. C. W. Edward: und wife and delightful gowns
\\ withdrawn( but the sheriff continues
made substantialotains/ little daughter, Corene, attended the nil our men were found in the 1 the 'woman who "fie

hold his prisoners. 'I ...!.- family reunion at her father's home dug outs. Then we made u careful |

office of Charged/ with indulging extremely Mr. T. II. Rimes Saturday. wurih of the place and! finding/ no e>nfiny lives on: her war in- +
: the Tampa
Employes of
with the -
connection and
"wild talk" in reported the outguardsmon
the Western Union Telegraph/ Company John :'oIl'. M. S. Maces and wife, of Run- s came cannot resist,
the sale of war savings: stamps the observer and returned! to finish our c 1 c
have passed resolutions assort- white man, residing Bay- nell, attended the family reunion at breakfast. V, I hul'can afford. All

,Inv the intention of the entire force to Mader a before United :Mr. N. O. Hayes Tur-xday. Miss Annie ( y f
ard has been arraigned Needless to for divers reasons the McCall design)
the
with Ray
work in absolute harmony Carl Noble :McLcodof Dukes, was present on

R.Aernment's administration of the States Commissioner A this occasion. that observation (post was at once o 4 are new anti distinctive
and held for further investigation. withdrawn! and cannon are now playuver i ,
win, lines and to refuse to counte- :Miss Blanche Andreu Miss Ruby
the '
bond of $3,500:; was named by com- of concealment -
Andreu ing our former pla.e l'
'i Edward: and :Mr. Harley attended -
strikes.
inn-
any missioner for the release of the pris- attacked
trngth -
the baptism at Little Springs The enemy in
oner. It Is alleged that the utterances there the next night Ei
The statistics on mineral productionf Sunday afternoon.Mr. I the outguard:
of :Mader were aimed at discouraging of
1917, as! included. in a new report Clyde Shaw was the guest of and one of the bloodiest scraps our 0
the sale of war stamps! in the thawed with our
Geological division to date* was
is'ued by the Florida State Arthur Edwards Sunday.

"Purvey, shows that the production dur"sr Ilayard section.As I!, Miss E-n Edwards! was the guest of boys, coming out all right save for McCALL
several wounded!
1917 was considerably increased if in appreciation of the /gift of Miss Cecil Haborn Sunday. \L'tl PATTERNS

ever that of the preceding year. The Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien of the lighting/ 1 I T. 15. Edwards and wife. C. :M. An- Having successfully, finished our

whole mineral production of Florida visitors tour we were relieved last night. Aftera
field for aviators at Moore Haven 1lrp.u and B. C. Scarborough were for August
during 1917 was valued at $7,53-1,834. I to Starke Sunday returning on forced march we reached! a point
but that large
hardly a day passes four miles behind the line where we NOW ON SALE
numbers of air planes alight! and on :Monday.Mr. r

On his recent visit to Moore Haven leaving they circle over the O'Brien : T. C. Perry was the guest of were to entrain for rest lamp. Despite ueaD.. earht.a..

ovemor Catts added to his holdings mansion and perform many fancy >fr. T. B. Edward: Saturday. the old! night and) overcoats we were aNA

In that section by purchasing 320 It is reported that the Miss Eva Edwards, who has been driping with perspiration when we

acres of land from the South Florida stunts. will in short while erect visiting relatives and friends at Ellington were asked into a Red Cross! outpostfor

Farms Company. The governor stared several government nice houses a on or near these returned home Friday night. a drink of hot cocoa, a doughnut- .M. DARBY Starke Fla.FRJD.Y.
end his days in I left America-and a .
since
that he expected to for the entertainment and She reports a nice time. my first ,
Moore and make that section grounds I cigarette which for fear of attracting
good
Haven the
of the cadets who stop for awhile :Miss Blanche Andreu was !guestof --
deal- care al- -
not
his after his political aeroplanes we were
residence
on their many trips to the in- Miss Ruby Edwards Sunday. /
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I I Roberta J. II. ___.___ .. .. .__Removed
1 yard Ivy's father stepped' up to him 4 + + 4. + + + + + 4.4' f4.4 Klwdi-n. J. H. __ -.___ -,-_--, __._--__RemovedRoundtree.
County Telegraph "Mr. Trumbull" he said sternly. "I I 1 + LEGAL NOTICKSNOIICE In I K. F-------------------RemovedSyilbotcn.

__._._. . RemovedTurner.
--. - - .. .- dori't know what you have said or I + 0. ..4 + + 4 4. + 4' + + + + + + 'F tJ. A U.C .-- .. -. Removed
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.'abU'h Weekly, and entered a. nee- In the Dark done to hurt my girl's: feelings bulyou'll j I nutico .U given that lh' Tn...n Council I In..hy Thomas Wood, Pock T C---------------. _-_ .._ ___ -- Removed.I>.-..2Walem. I M
either mend them or stay way of Stnrkc Bradford County Florida, will RemisedVkainrmht.
und clasa matter at the pmt-ofliCe at from here after this." I I mwl nt the city hall un Ttuitilny. Sfptcmbfr : :,. H. W.C. E- .::-:-:: Remold: :
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Starke. Florida. Itodnry Hindu one dual but unsuccessful I ;equaliser: ;: ::;; :;} : : : : I j At their regular mottinu on Im-daj Septemper
contnlninui
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the' council'1 will >ur
3rd.
t- .- effort to reach Ivy. He went ivcirlvlnu. Utitlrmmy m* to. the value of any from ;! who may have b I ,en i-rrnnouuil: :) I
I I real mixed, Axed by nvnuru ..
property poraonul or a* ,
ll k
to the of Hoe of cousin of hers who stricken from the > "
E. S. MATTHKWH.: Editor and Owner.J. 11 the town tux aMHfBHiir for the. year ISIS atcainHt agetrall"W || rpChairman'

C. KO1MNSON:. Associate Editor.; By GERVEISE FLOYD called Ivy up on the tl'pholle111,1'' the owner. or attentu of .such W WHITE proiH'r1yJ. I Pro Tern ..-Council..f Stark
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then the receiver to
passed Rodney
Chm Pro. Tt-m Town Council, (J.10..U
'n'.unu.u',,_,, .., I "It's nie, Ivy," began Rodney, tumul'tuously. C. A. KUTCH. -- -
"And I want to explain" Town Clerk. H-lH-Ut For Indigestion Constipation or
(Copyright 1917 Western Ntwspspcr
Im'R AUGUST. 191ma L tnlon"j The air became void Ivy had hung! NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATOR'S 8A1.K.Notice I BiliousnessJust a aM
They were old 1, humble but bottle of LAX-FOS
up the receiver. U hereby given hut I will Hell HiItublio try one 50-ent
1j
LgwYlflaI .
ML ; .
[ a.aaLTYL- l. some people of the old fa hloned killd'i Rodney walked aimlessly. In the direction (. outcry to the highest and bent hiddrrfor WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive ....
1 love .h In hand the.. 2hth day or August A.
simple la their live, and eai on take. Made and
7r12 3 of the river. lit sat down on 1) 191 H. at ten. o'clock a. m.. the following deHcnbeil Laxative pleasant( to -
friendship were exemplified us natural a fallen tree and stared gloomily at pentnnal property belonging to the, r.. recommended to the public by Paris Medi- NoVorms In a Healthy ChildAll
' earnest emotions, devoid of guile. The tate of W. II Underhill, deceased to-wlt oK of Laxative Bromu I
456 7 8 91Qi the bubbling waters. A shadow head. of lock cattle marked awallow up- cine Co..manufacturer't children troubled with worm i I
;youtig folks bud their' social gather.lags caused him to look up. The old siren- I I per and under bit in one care: hk[ Willin Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic I healthy color which indicates poor blu," j I
parties barn dances and husking the other ear and branded "X :' nlno li> head Ij rule there la more or less sunntut l' '
like, half scornful smile habitual with
I21314 151617[_ bees, custom and mild superstition*, or 0toCk cuttle. marked spilt and under bit in j II GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC Ri
: her upon her lips Miss Lisle addressed one ear wallow fork an 4 underbit in theother for two or three weeks will enrich II
like Hallowe'en ik-tlon lending u charm him ear and branded "H" I prove the digestion and act as a Gi>neninj

I$ 1920 21 222324! to especial occasions. Quite In the "And. why lire you so engrossed In t'nderhlll Said mile, admlnlKtrator to be made at the farm "r.1 I. Optician TcsfJACKSONVILLCvFt Tonic to the whole syntem. Nu y
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course of events each IHirliy found throw off or diapelthe worms,and tliu
deep meditation my loyal knight errant J. L. I'NDKRHILLAJminlHtralor *. perfect health. Pleasant to taklJAEISON _
2.5,262128293031When } bin Joan and nt lust IGltuey'1'rmubull of the relate of W H. Undi i

; wax sure he had discovered his. ,was she thinking gibed."I of jumping Into the hill Uireaxiil. .16.lt! Broken Same.L.Day.r\sea as RtcicvcdW Duplicated. I - --::.

There was not u sweeter or prettier river and ending It all" bluntly declaimed PUBLIC NOTICE
I "Wi.li, .on. Mel" Orders-We fty Po.tate
visits girl I In Itockton than Ivy Lime, undICoduey Kodney. An provlili-d ol'r! neetion I II uf the Codified I Ordnanc.w I lee W rOBSYTM .Ti
thifarmer enumerator r.
of of Starke. the council ata
him the information he nskh.lie 'I bud known her for about u "Ending what?" nieetin held August I Lth. did ,itrlkifrom
you five of year. The ,parents of both smiled Indulgently "Sly cowardice, my wretched, poltroonly the "I.II'R''Ion honks thv following nnmeiilitirrm. I
repri"M-ntH the state department the manifest mutual I Wm. - -. lttmoedllrfiun. i 1111111 +'Mi-i+oP++++++++++ ( 1ll, fl
upon he blazed. forth. "It was all ,
and is getting the statistics J. S itmoveiHarmed
iigrirulture -
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of Kunllmeiits of the couple. Kodney regarded mistake. My kissing you." I F. W.---------------------KemuvnlHachelor i '
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farms and products
about the ; COMPARISON \ \
Florida.' These fucts are important Ivy as a ,being ethereal. lie I "I know." calmly pronounced Miss ; ('hnnc,'y., M C. II-------------------1-------------------- Removed RrmovelChaxu : : i i'e TIN' OLDEST

-. -- I was MII Imbued with a sense of her Lisle. "Listen my friend' ; I nm going :I I II, ('. Jr. .-_._.-.v-._ ..1I.'mol'cdConv. '. \ \\ INVITE comparison !both! I J UTNERN fSTABUSiy'EO
priceless perfection that he grew uliaxh- to leave Broeton for city home, K O. _.......__Removed m ,
Singular to Say strange prejudicohas my Runlet, |fl. O. _._.Hemove.ilOenmark. ; ; an to price and quality, of our )+; Sff0 fOUSf
developed Illo'lIinMtluuer kraut, in ed when be dared. to hope lu wax to tomorrow. You shall be free from the S II _n_._._.._ .__.RemovedKdvtardH choice line of I' /N FLORIDA

the belief that it is of German origin gain the love of this peerless creature, leal service I have S(* cruelly com Mitch., _.__- ItemoxedKdwarilH. Kemovedlinnnn. 4 Eor

To quiet this feeling it may be lIomer..llI.f naturally of a shy nature, he had made manded.' I fear I urn a heartless lade .Elbert I) H.----------------n _._ ..- .-_ Removed : GROCERIESYou : ; Jfee Yfar rMU 40rq,.
' learn that Urn form of curing little progress, In his loxeimiklng. and coquetry my bane In the su- Hoiwon, 11.11. ._.-_ -Removed 1 r/t ,11
to licks J. W .__ ... Hemuwdkiic ! need themmust have
lionii' n'U -
There be at the
in Holland, wan to a party I ..
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cabbage developed l ferry _. Removed iPftRTINSKDGDAVIS
and therefore is a Ilutih product of Ivy and about u week before thatIlodnpy klti.: : Arch -- ---: -"--. --.l- Removed:I | | them. 1 I
t. saw her. home from u ehurrhsoeiah Kite Hen ._ _f-- -.Removed After comparing our goods and j '
-- --- -- Marks C A. _.HimovedOHtvrman.
' when old As they" were about to.1ml"t (1.! If-------------------RemovedSTARKB I price with others, when you .
'' The time is here your ,
1,\. clothes must he made to stand u little I at tin garden gate lie. mustered, up the : II KNOW why we have no fear ] I 1I
courage to disclose what hail been urgently 0A93JOD '. 0$ POve ' I
; I more wear and tear. Every 1I'rIiP.of e : : MIKE'S FRUIT STORE .
Ills mind! for hours.
upon many
e fabric muht be, used. Spongingthe '
t' > "shiny" )part of n coat or dres I "Ivy," he said, "when I come to the a 0 t ,'n I i in it m111 I I ii t++t+++++I :
at house next Wednesday r Q FRATERNAL DIRECTORY tt
party your
I with hot vinegar" will make it lex noticeable. I t
t. I want you to accept a little keepsake @ (Agency Est. 18S6INSURANCE>
from 1II1!. Will you?" I@> F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. <'itI' '
- "Mut you gave me a lovely bouquet 0 35. Meets every second and O COFFINS CASKETSAnd

'\ There it practically no waste in the of roses only yesterday, and-" I' 0 fourth Monday nights. JI a full line ofUndertakers'
The entire product of ihc I
peanut "Hut this isn't roses. I want to give I
', plant can be used for feed, or food. you a ring." I I. O. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. Supplies
The vines make hay. The nut can bo Automobile 11"a 1"0 ('.
"Oh Hoduey-"I\I'klllg laughed :Meets Tuesday night.
every
;. ,t made into oil, butter and flour. It can I I 0 o Always on hand. The best ser-
I
Ivy.
i good: "It's coming/ from the city, where I 1rsg I 4> M. W. of A., Stnrke Camp. 1- vice at the lowest prices. Special STARKEr

{ have ordered. It. and It you will only I Meets every first and third Wed- 1I > attention to telegraph orders.
rI I in flour. The tntllIrkelin: ln- 0
0 j
ne day nights. -- --
finger- I
wear It on Jour engagement I
I renu has samples of peanut flour, n.* '3'
<$> Registered Embalmer
"There Is mother falling. C1"lllIllhl.
11 well as flour from potatoes and cotton (
lit> W. O. W. All Friends Camp !>
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and Hltted, probably
Rodney Ivy away
seed. I drove's Tasteless chill Tonic
fche hud been c3' No. 138. Meets every second and I DeWltTcTiONESStarke.
happier than ever I .
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s fourth Friday nights. 3 [ restore vitality suit energy by purifying mi',: :
:
lll'KKS' ':: NOTES:: In her life I : J ; & I Fia. I .lehloalhe blood. You can toon feel It.Suecgurnloa.
"She did not nay she wouldn't accept i l is 1 Invigorating Effect. Price GOc.No .
Union Chapel! C. mp, No. 53C ? I 9
the breathed Rodney courageously
]Dukes AUK. n.: -:Mr. J K. B. Hostick, ,ring and counted the hours till i <5> meet every first and third Friday 3'

stock claim ntfent of the Atlantic the arrival) of the evening party. Ivy wL I'* nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington ', ++4 t t t-I"I.++++++++++++++++++ F t t t+t f M F t t t t t t#+ +

Coast Line railway was in this sec received him with a gracious sinllo r I.4> Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. .i>

tion Tuesday on business. that set every nerve tingling, but asi I I @ Hr
3 Visiting brothers are cordially 1-
:Mr. Sherroil, !lukes, of Five1: ill', the hostess of the evening she could '
invited to attend these meetings
, ;I was in town last week. give him no further exclusive IIUl'll'l 3 Time
I IIr. A Miss Lisle fell to his ('
} :\ T. A. 1'inkston, of !Dukes, made tion. .r + . .1- . t'
1 1II partly' through: the efforts, of tine young I
business trip to Gainesville:
TUI'IItI"y'l lady 'In question to make It so, and In

Mr. I.. 1.. I'arrish made a trip to I all courtesy Kodney found himself settled Something to Wonder About.It .

, i( Gainesville: Friday.Mr. I I as partner' and escort for the occasion was Miyllls' tlrst visit to the
Like The
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from the __ thinking
: Sum Dukes made a trip to the to thnt flnhlnff/ beauty country..hllt lire yon _
married sister about?" uikcil her grandma "I'sa
. county neat of Ahuhim county Tues city, temporarily visiting a "And Why Are You So EnprossedV'perlieht "
In Kockton.Miss wonilcrlnit., IIII"w"r.1 ThyllN. "where

day.Mr. Lisle was a siren In a mild clt.tay 1 \\lles I harm' little the I'Okl'l')1I( nil trip bottle" +

: fiirl ScalT is visiting his grandfather way. While she despised, what sin Here, among good. honest souls. It Is Present

Mr. Scatf, near Live Oak this termed the crude social ways'' of wicked. I am ashamed of myself." LEMONS WHITEN AND .

week. ton. she set herself up as a IhWk-1 "Hut Ivy" begun Rodney "and the

1 Mr. II. C. Peoples was in thin section flirt, and, had half the girls by ring?" BEAUTIFY THE SKIN
I because of her audacious. "" She showed him that It was no longer

Wednesday. lion of their beaux.: Now It seemed. I on her hand Lotion

j' Mr. J. C. Ward und son, John, of that she had set about the conquest of "Come with me," she said, "and I Make This Beauty
To
Providence, were in town Monday af Ivy's poor lone lamb who although: will show you where It Is now." Cheaply For Your Face, Buy

ternoon. thus singled out hy the brilliant queenof He was puzzled dejected hopeful, Arms Neck and Hands.At .
t beauty longed only for one 11I0-1 all at the same time. A stranger to ,
Mr. T. A. Pikston made a trip to
ment'H sweet converse with the real feminine wiles he did not seem to
High Springs last week. Idol of his heart. fathom the variable caprices of the the cost of a small jar of ordi-

Mr. M. A. Dukes and Mr. Bill Waters At last Rodney, watching his chance whimsical beauty except by followingher nary cold cream one can prepare a full ROOFINGA

made a trip to Salt Springs Sunday saw Ivy dart through the doorway of dumbly.She quarter pint of the most wonderful

j returning home Friday. a darkened wing room to reach the led him to her sister's home mon skin softener and complexion
and to the door of Its parlor room. beautifier, by squeezing the juice of
Dr. Mann of Lake front hall as there were some arriv
Butler made
f a unlitapartment. "You will find the ring In there two fresh lemons Into a bottle con-
trip out nt the home of Mr. and :Mrs. als. Rodney. He hastened clutched Into an the escaping where It belongs" she said. "I fancied taining three ounces of orchard white car load just deposited in our

1). O. Dukes this week. It fine to make sport of a bump- Care:: should be taken to strain the juice

Mr. Oscar Summers and wife, of figure."The ring !" he whispered ardently kin lover. Believe me, I have sunk through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp for
d far In own estimation. gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh ware rooms
Providence, were in this section Wednesday "Here It Is. You will make me HO my you.Prices .
She opened the door, and he saw Ivy. for months. Every woman knows that
happy to wear It on your engagementfinger.
Anil upon her finger-and on the engagement lemon juice is used to bleach and remove -

'i Mr. Tommie Waters and Earl Peoples fluttered la his one-was the ring, and the such blemishes as freckles sal-
form
'l.)s of :Miller, were in this burg Mon. The yielding siren's reparation was complete. And lowness and tan and Is the ideal skin Right
arms.
t, day. "You-you wouldn't kiss me, would Ivy put both her hands In his, and softener, whitener and beautifier.

:Miss Nettie Dukes and sisters, Nita you?" he added In wild desperation.A there they stood blissful.' Just try itl! Get three ounces of

and Annie, were in our town his HeBeeiued orchard white at any drug store and
Tuesday pair of lips met own.

:Mr. J. M. Pukes made a trip to Luke In pnrndlse. Voices neared. I DEPOTS COVER MANY ACRES two n lemons quarter from pint the of this grocer; sweetly and makeup frnpr- QUIGLEY LUMBERSUPPLY CO.I O

City lat'l't'k.. They parted ,,)"('('11'111111'11. Rodney hastened I rant lemon lotion and massage it daily
g back to a crowded. room and Largest Railway Station In the United
f :Mr. J(. It. Thomas' of Five Mile, was into the face, neck arms and hands
It the
'T sank to n chair feeling a.s wor"ll Kingdom Is Waterloo-Others It is marvelous to smoothen rough, red I
j here Tuesday had been won. IIi was In such u sotto 'I of Large Size. hands.-Adv. (90)) +t+. I I H llllllltlll.I I I f+f.+t++++++ IIIIIIIIIII.I +++++ '

1 :Mr. L. H. Graham and Leonard Hall- of rhapsody that ht wished to bt I II

,_ brook, of Worthmgton, passed through inane lie looked up with n shock The distinction of b..lntht/ !' largest
here Wednesday. lie made out Ivy and .smiled. at her. railway station In the United Kingdom

She seemed to turn her back on him 1 belongs to Waterloo, the terminus of
lr q Mr. R. A. liters' wall in our town She was speaking to Miss Lisle. who : the London. and Sottth-Western rail

I Wednesday. I IIr. was animatedly nourishing a ring on I way. This station covers an area of I

:\ P.V.. McLeod and wife were in : her engagement linger, and glancing MH acres. and Ims 23 platforms Including
town Monday..IKSl'S knowingly In the direction of Rod 'I two belonging: to the linkorloo YOU MAKE MONEYBut

I, __ I ney. I II I I railway. The longest: platform measures -

.' : : CALLS Ol'U! It \111 IIO.MKThe The latter was" crushed. He realized 7'JO feet and nearly 1,100 train

\ -- the truth In a fln-h. ll<> had not arrive nIl depart dully.Wuverly .

I met and kissed Ivy In the dark but oh ; I station, Edinburgh. with 10
infant of11': Do
son nn.1Irs.: II. YouSAVE
e fatal blunder Mis 1.1>'1.'. She came platforms. the longest. of which U !.-
(!. Perry died at Clay Hill July 15th.
toward hint now In her artful way of' (;$() feet In 1 length, covers IS acres ;
at the home of ;Mr. S. J. Starling and!
gracefulness. I whilst other stations which lay claim

\ was interred I at Long Branch ceme "1 have Just been telling our dear ti) distinction on aivount of their size IT?

tery. mutual friend Miss"' Lane, of your are Liverpool street, is platforms ;

} Jesus calls! our baby home pretty present she IIa"l.1111 oh I, Cluphum Junction and Glasgow (Central

, I Beyond the starry sky; Mr. Trumbull I promised ulster to bt !). 17 platforms ; Mctorla" and

But 0 how mid it seems to us home by eleven. and It Is now nearly t'rewe. Irt platforms; Kuston.: lUrmlng-
midnight. Won't you < *ee to mywraps I hum (:New street), and, :Newcastle
d To see our darling babe go by. ,'' nail almost without realizingIt (Central!), 15 platform. The time may come when you will wish you had some of the

Kodney was. bustled out of the I Wnverly station does tint stand alone money you are frittering away today.It .
It came to us at early dawn)
t. house ami Miss Lisle was languMily In the possession of a platform over

The angels called at noon; hanging, on 1 his> arm, prattling prettynothings I IIHMI feet in length./ Victoria, and is easy to save if you but make up your mind to do so.

O, how could we realize in the mellow moonlight.He (.Yewhave platforms' measuring 1,- Make the start NOW by opening an account with us.

That it mutt fo so scon.Tis hated, htn.self as an arrant cow MHi, feet and 1.:1C"'j; :! ropiLtively.whll .

a and! as he .u-ft Ml-.. Lisle nt the door ,. nt Newcastle: I'oitrul) and,
I
hard, *<" hard for us to see of her sister's Ii.111)4'. :She was u HashIng York stations there im- |ilu'orms; t3v. ,-

Our precious one go (by ; flu (Ill' f i'uiuctrdie| plainly considered ::1 fret. and l.W i feet In: l.-ngth., I

Hut Just within the Golden li.itvs: that fhe>. win. engaged, she i I ten tlu.iisnn'l" seven I'ldrnl and

.' Our baby wmt- ''or011 and! I IA Insisted on Iii. .|,,lnii,,: ",.,..,.It| and her thirty\ inilns either pass tluimgh: or I BANK OF STARKEState

' 'LC1Vn: 0-:":. frlfi\f's! In tin auto in\!, tin- next aft Mop "it t'lnplmm Jimi'ilou, >>veryI::

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::1' ernoon. IU\I r..
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"I will tell her pliilul.. > of the error
CKMKTKinOHKIN: : <; .. under County and City
luIs laboring And I must Keep Buiy. Depository

nee Ivy !I" resolved Rwb..g." Hut when I'lutbuslu-I'nu!i aCrtild I'lll..t stale)
j There is going to be n working at h.' rung/ at ,the hoar hill of the I.an oil my garden work during the \\In STARKE FLA.

the Sapp cemetery Friday. August 'J'f.! homi. the next day. ;Mrs, Lane reef.Ivtl I : ter. ,

t 11J! H. Everyone: cordially invited and him i'oldl.and. stated that:! Isy was In- H"I1".nhnr.t-f'.r why? Haven'tyou J
IU
4 there will be dinner on the ground. ilNpuscd. A* Rodney went out of the I got n know shovel


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I I await the action of the circuit court. 'I borne to its last resting, place in Crosby WANTED\ :,o wood choppers. W. B.i r

I 1 four little girls, Ruth i Torode, Luwtey. R.1 Ii.It.
1\ E. Knight, of :Sturke. is !.'adil1jtcoun cemetery by

ir Soldier Letters II III eI for Douglass and :Smith tint IVppell lain Poppell Hilda Bryan und, --'---

Bits of LocalInformation several other lawyers have been retained Vivian Bryan, and there gently laid to WANTKDStock\ gouts. Stuto nuo>- a e t
rest. ber for sale and price :'01. P. Cau-
to assist him in the defense. 1

I Stephen :S, :'>Moore n former Raiford e-- \\e know we will!\ never see dear\ lit- then, Waldo. 8-HI.tt w
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1t j lu'N.' who is now in the naval reserves HIGHLAND\ \ tle .\v(>rY'1I happy face on earth again, -------- - i

and 1 i. stationed at Charleston. S. C., but there is joy in the thought! that LOST-White and liver colored pointer -

the ladies of hn with the dog;; answers to name of "Sly." lFinder
writes the following! to Highland Aug. It.---Highland our little one is now safe anjgcls. -

C..wfwO.r try.... M iW l..t.C..q. 7..M./au4 T..... 1 Ins: home town'I : been hit'ing some much needed! rains. Just eight days before, his death I will receive reward for' Information -

wish to thank every member of for the past two weeks and some of another little baby boy was born, in of whereabouts or delivery

the I Red Cross ill I Kaiford for the in-I our farmcm are busy setting, out I I| home to comfort and bless the thl'j to me. "'. K.: Torode. \\' (

terest you have taken in getting: up strawberry plants. i parents.
I farm mile
!FOH! S.\I.Jo-oItI acre one
Mr Louis II. Hill of Lawtey, was a Hhj lion .\. V Ling county chairmanof the comfort )Kits for we boys who have :Miss Xellle McCuskill, of Tampa, 'Tis hard! to see our dear one go,
north of Kingsley lake JO: f acres in t
>mes3 visitor to Starke Tuesday.h i iI the National (ouncil of:, Defense, inlistvd in service, for there is nothing i was the guest: of Mr. and Mrs: H. C. lit fills our hearts with pain; ; '
I' cultivation; good new buildings\ ;
attended an important meeting! of the that is more beneficial to us than these I Wimberly sl'verlllllllYs this week. Hut though\ it causes us to weep '
:Mrs Agnes Howard l
$1.000. ,
I )| D. E. Knight spent Sunday in State Council in% Jacksonville Wednes kits. Again I wish to say that anyone :Mrs A. II. Nichols and (children of 'Tis his eternal gain. price
: Flu. 8-ltt-lt.
LuKt Butler the guest of relative day. who will enlist in the service. with I Panama Park !left for their home i McAlpm

I his mind made up to do his bit will i Thursday! after two weeks' visit with One more dear one is laid to restin I
x : FOR S: AI.I'.Thr; Jersey cows
JOG; cures Bilious Fever.-Adv. I IJ I Mrs. Annie 1 1uhttrd.1 of Jacksonville, never regret. it. relatives here Crosby's peaceful shade; thickens, household goods, furmhlllh.ls.

I IIl I who has been \'isltll1loI'l'llItives\ in :Messrs G. LI.; Wilkinson and W. M.: His i soul lives on in endlisw\ bliss.. ;
hurness. Immediate
: t surrey
Mis'\ Loco Sweat has returned from Starke left Friday for Sumner where Clarence Ware; of Co. L, 108 Inf., limberly were luminous visitors to In the home. our Father made. ,
sale. Leaving/ the state. :Mrs.
!
s .- m Jacksonville and Inverness she will visit her sister :Mrs P. R. )Kdwnrda. ; U. S. A., who i is on active service with I J Ill'ksonvilThurllla\ )'. I 3
Van \D>'ke. Lawtey, Fin. Stf.!) .
a the American expeditionary forces in I :Mr. T. 1.\ I Dean) of \IVLand, is visiting I There, mother, (dear and father too ,
of --- ---- ----- l
Mi, B. C. Willis, Jacksonville, France, writes the following in letter :Mr. and :Mrs. C. Smith at their For you your baby waits; i s11
I FlHJPlIul"h: I of ) with inscribed
visitor to Starke Tues- keys tug -
1,1; u business When you decide we'll\ help you figure to his mother, :Mrs E. L. Ware, formerly home west of here. (There may )'ollltlrh' each passing tiny

I the cost The Quigley Lumber A: of Sturke, now of :Mr. and :Mrs J..1 Starling! left for To enter those pearly gates.A an follows: "S Stark 1912"r
Keys were found! at Worthington ;' t
Supply Co for improvements! lIrun'kk'l
where will
t Gn. : Jacksonville Friday they FRIKN'H.:
1 at Cash and Curry Store I I Springs. Finder may have name by
Jars !
& I Fult i .
There is u lot I would like) to reside in the future. --- -- t' a4
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-- I I :Mrs.' S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler isvisiting \paying, : for Ibis advretisement.i
$ Dorothy Darby, of Jacksonville, win you, but you know I cannot nay much I :Mr. K I 1.. Black of Gainesville, visited ('.11(1) OF 111 .\NKS .
her T. n. Proctor and 1
: son, --- ------ -- -
1 about the war. I saw n French soldier his faun west of here Tuesday. Hereports r,1
II.
of :Mrs C. Ki-
In. weekend! guest family here this week. l'rmans'' FOR SUl\:: :.!OCl of land l.Uti\ t
a few days ago whom the ( all of his crops' in fine condi I \Vei..h to extend our sincere tiered
[hiulludge I head 1 of slock c pair tif milieu: tj y
I Fred Chase, the well known) black- had captured and had cut off both his tion. thanks to all who so kindly extended, good location, xtlioul post' lonlt-u ami i a

J. T. Wills of Gainesville, smith, was taken suddenly ill at his feet allowing him to go: then buck to I I A jolly party of Highlunditos motored ' : their help ami sympathy to us dining' shipping' point tin 1111 It.II. For information r

Tuesday's visitors to I the French lines. e The French over to the Bradford 1'iirms on the last illness! and. death ivf our little see .I. I K:. Douglass.: Guilford ; r
among shop Wednesday afternoon and had to
n t
(Flu.
people! lire very good, to UH We Wednesday and were ninth enthusedover boy. r.iptvuilly: do we wish to thankDr. it A'
he carried home. lie still ill -
tarRII is very ----
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hll\,1'I'
n lot of, fun trying to speak the way our state \piisoners me Wills, for his untiring efforts, , and ,
.
but is improving. FOR SA 1.l:- 10) acres of land. about
ORG cures :Malarial Fever.-Adv.M. We had a !great time on the Fourth, cured! for and the many couitesiesshown the four little gills, who acted, us pallbearers
three and I1l'.hlllf miles from '
,
between while there Those in the .
witnessing a bull game: our them
;Mri. Nellie11.11 and son, Clifford Starke near the Starke and Law-ley
\l. M. Fryer and daughter battalion and the Canadians. party were Mrs.: II. C. "'imhl'rl)'. MR. und MRS: J. B MI1.1.5.CLASSIFIED. i
I have returned to Starke, after spending public road Impure of ,1. Pochlx
Lawtl'y.1 Zellie(\ :Mit'uskill. Beth Wimberly I _
1--, A Ida, spent Sunday in :Misses
\ some time in Tampa.) Lottio AlIen IILi1):' !: lluiley Ave.. (Chicago HI.
h. .quests of friends. !I At the Front July II.: Hilt!. and, Ethel: links, and :J1 r. George"
and
is now :Mrs. Smith i is makingher i H-0-fit.
I Bradford County Telegraph, Wilkinson. I
home Tampa.
in
Mi-'. :Mabel Carter of the Wutei' Starke.) Fla. I II :Mrs. \Herman (Grand of Jacksonville '

Kati(i -ici-tion, is the guebt this! week pf:! Stitch in Time Saves-embarrassing Pear Sirs-Will lot you hear from one is visiting her parents, :11 Ir. and FOR SALK: Fllrm..f 217 acres, )CICIat'rt'
l- cleared under, wire, fence' two '>
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.11 Gladys: Gardiner. exposure, and, repairs made NOWto of the county boys who in now on the Mrs.: G. K);. Wilkinson. __ I
sets buildings' running water in ;
your buildings saves material und l firing line "Honll''' hf're in France" doing :Miss 1 Mapgie! Crvwsand brother, :Mr. ''HF.fjrTFRF.D:: : Male: hog for service.N . :

I I- ill line of fresh garden seed. Cash: the rise in price. Quigley Lumber & his hit like everyone else over here. Andrew ( ....'W". spent the week-end It. Hull. I fields. Will1, / g'neral: field crops

anti i I'-irry Store. Supply Co. relatives Lawtey. I --- --0 --- ---- . -- und farm inipli'inciilH with pluce.Lies .
: '\ are on one of the hottest parts with at
,
of the line where there are heavy bombardments :I Dr. I', M 1. [Plank uf> Jacksonville/ FOR SA 1.1.: Some young mules at "I within three hundred yards of
, \li, O. A. Thrower, who i is employ Mr. Perry Lnnilrum, who has been here :MondayII bargain' : J. Manning! Starke. New liiver station, also 7-rooincil' ,

(11 n i Jacksonville, spent several days lillmg: :Miss[ Annie Diuby's position lit ) You or anyone else that was a business visitor. _- I II house, large" lot, Hcven bearing pecan I
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j was not accustomed to it would<1 think I FOR) S\I.L\-..-511.1)00) Klon.lvko straw"beiry '
jri, with his family. Starke.I. (C. '
y | i illy the Western Union ollice during:' her DII'10SoTES' trecx ill Poppell,
that it was: u Fourth of July celebration : nl.irilK. $::?.ljtl per I 1,000. .1. I F. .
absence on u vacation, left this weekto I Starke H .I-It. ,
Bennett Lake Under Flu 7-'Jii-lt.: 4
\\i-\, Pauline Boyd, of llardeevilleIs for the sky i is I lit up all night by -: .
Surasota.Mr. --
position in --- -
accept a Aug. It Clyde! Mullady, -- -- - i
. guest! at he home of) :Mr. I.a I.. star Fhi'llx. You can see the Hares Hampton. .'
i i u is the of his I Wanted stork ",, "ts. State numberfor FOR( ( SAI 1.1': IO) mre fnrm complete
of Jacksonville. guest parents
a |( !I'',well for several days I : and :Mrs.[ Bert Wall formoily of and Hashes from the larger artilleryfor I here this week. ,wale and price., N, I'. (4'aiithen with farm tools, cattle 1 mules, hogs. 1
still
-- ---- Starke, und, Mr.[ and I Mrs Leon Richard many miles and even on .h'lsc'It''IIII1.lt'I' left August nth. Waldo. H-ItI-It.1 and! gouts; will also! sell the croprntIoil --
.
r"'" cures Chills and Fl'ver.-\tlv. of Jacksonville motored down nights you can hear the roar of n heavy I ; Char I corn, cane and I Putt ators with '
,I i i'I -tlltunllt
miles. r uthe n.i\ : .11 i
J5:; <>
fur -III ?
from Jacksonville) Saturday and spent barrage us IIH or I FOR( SALK\ :-Faim, 80) lures; :4)! > acres tin farm ; this fill ml is also called ,
of tht1Lmlitun lesion, S CWalter .
1I'.n.' W. G. Seals, president I have been in the over seas for, en I fenced nail! under cultivation houseon It contains /t( '
the './ilk-cull. 1.1. Stuiki vvi'l. -chilliOH.: anti bride, of Jacksonville ', ; I the grape' farm. 1,000
business 1 11.! (lagan .
State Bank was a f SIN months today anti 11'11' > entitledto I I John .
I. i the of relatives place. Austin Highland. grape vines all ill bearing condition' 1
ji JX Inv i to Starke Wednesday., A summer sale of Indies and child my first service stripe which designates were guests HltL't.FOR, ; lluyer can come at nlll'.. Farm I located t

ren's hats. Worth $:,1 1 to $1.50 going: cue h six mouths, in Prance. Of i here during! the week. I two niles northwest of Lnvv-' 1) p
of the Sturkij F. :: \ i i.. home again after nine
:
:Mrs. IIt.nry
I'rof Pope, principal for $1.25;; to $1.!>'S at Stump's. the six months "over here" I have been I S1.1'{;- m I acres of bind, tey Will Hell for cash or tin time.
' j\ 'national School, has arrived in line three months und I ftpciiding" a couple of'I..ks ut acres f"nced and'\ under cultivation ;
i on the tiring" I Address John' riiiillaniin( Lawtey,
Starki! from Baton Rouge: La. :Mrs.[ Clyde Alvuivi and children Pablo H'III.h.I small house; 11 head| of rattle go:
and :Mrs. James I.. Warren und children could give\ ui account of many exciting I .J. II. Pollard and wife, of Water- with faun II. K: Mooier. IhcrcHMii. Fin, P. O, Box 171. H"t.! \ 1
t ,
; ha during
'iitiilenU, w'ur'i l.-ive piped .
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:Men's wool and cotton bathing have returned l to their homes ill town, were guests of friends here Sun I 8.2.4t.loll ,
my three months and here is one .__ I FlU 1 1V0\ 111.11':1.I : f
" ( suits ut Stump's.Mis after visit in .
Jacksonville a pleasant day.
1 HAI.I'--; O'I, horse and HOODOO.SIM
of the many: !! wagon 'IIHI\\ISEICS i : : ,
Starke and l at Kingsley. lake with rel- Clarence! (Geiger, of Jacksonville,
Jim Wills and children left .Lm We huppclK'd' to lie moving positionsa ot.-. .his. mother. Airs.. Ii. 11111'11""". Will accent irnnd milk. cow

IT"day for Tampa and will visit :MrsN''ik' I IUlivelO.. I II few days ago. and it was necessaryto was liiiguest: Sunday. ill trade" for Hie t out lit. Quigley .\ liuiKli III Every: I'icture

B. Cieiger; !Lumber Supply (''o. H-.t:'-If .. the New fork Hi-raid Sunday. t
;aster I :Mrs. Nella Thomas. I :Miss Clara :Moitt accompanied l Mrs.1 pass' through a small\ town that I A. A. Culbreth and family moved tn I

-------- .- of the Germans were trying and had been week where they 5' t'
C. A. Knight. to Atlanta Thursday Pompano' during the ..
lInn. N. A. !flitch member of the but I
bomb ,
aeioplanc
to by
trying
last>: week. :Miss Moitt is "going" to enter will make their future liome.M .
I railroad (commission is spending! uI could not for the French hail! too good
that home again after
a school of millinery in city : .. I.. Watlerson i I"
I few days with relatives in Stark and l will remain there for several a system of anti-aircraft fire which spending, ten days in the hospital at )

weeks. threw up such a barrage that the Jacksonville: He will lie able to u i.aume .- THE NEW PRESSING CLUBI : no noI

006; ; cures by removing the cause. Bin' 'he could not reach the town with his> duties ut the store again in a I

at HIP bombs. So in older to destroy the
County Agent C. \P.; Gunn has! returned Special missionary program few days. I
B. Y. I'. U. burg they moved a long range "Ber of Waldo was
I to his post of duty after a :Mrs Kate Sparkmun J ,
tha" in position to fire upon it. This
[ Miort visit to his home in Mariunna.Messrs. a visitor here Sunday.
| A jolly quartette composed of Pitt they did and they started the day we :MIM. Dora McEwen: of Th'r"lMu. I

H.[ J Stewart and P.1.: ., Tomlmson Willie and Raiford Epperson started to moving in and in order t<. was the guest of relatives here duringthe I I I' II ,

Padgett, of Lake Butler, were trans- of Starke and J. E. Moines: of get in the town we had to puns over week. ofI

j i Lake Butler, have been enjoying u the road, that was getting most of the services at the :Methodist I is
Wednesday The revival
Biting business in Starke l I'I'hells. I i I In R.-.r of Mike, KlmuW) SlmrFMtonr
I i week's camping ut the J. W. :Morgan Although none of u. were injured church wil begin Sunday and continue : M Two KIPK

Ford! and back curtain for $10.M. cottage on Kingsley lake. badly, u couple of the boys were indefinitely. The pastor extends I
top I ; I'rrfttintf Cllrii: (for .,...1 Drbvrml 5.me DayBultoni t
Leviton Starke. I slightly hurt by flying bits of shrapnelI cordial Invitation to everyone to at- 1 t
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a KrpUcnl! Fire uf C::1
\ .11"\
I and little
l Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell hud a couple of the "souvenirs" to : I
W. Anderson,, 1 Only Club +m Stale O....i.l...l by While IVrumiOftrnt
:Mr, and Mrs. A. Miss Lucile Mitchell left Thursdayfor burst within one hundred yards of me tend.Mrs. who underwent ,
: A. A. .Durden,
:Miss Inez Anderson and Mr. D. P. Carpenter Asheville, N. C., for a month's but with no damage to me or my truck I serious surgical operation at Dr. MomUy Augu, Phi"

motored over to Archer Sunday! I I visit in that delightful city. Before for I was going like h-I. I am no u Rogers sanitarium :Monday morning, I

afternoon. I returning home :Mrs. Mitchell will visit hero in a place like that, neither do I is convalescing nicely at this writing I' II I

relatives in :Marion S. C. want to play a hero's role although Mrs Minnie Hoilgts" Kniibb left Saturday I II rt '

Mrs Albert Anderson returned home I I 11 m willing to do my bit and have I I far :Moniuc Ga.. wher- she will t I I
Friday after an extensive visit with Our line of Palm Beach suits will proven it. I
of friendsTin
Swath- low prices.Stump's. 'lie the guest r l
W in closed out at
mother Mrs. Sheldrake he very
We living the life of the
I are now only I I regular cominiimiation ",

more, Penn. camping! on the old, camp ground( :I :M.ioni, lodge Friday evening was i>x- PHONE 65 TWO RINGS ,

'j'iG';'; contains no alcohol arsenic, nor :Mr. G. C. Livingston, :Misses[ :Marie somewhere on the front in France in tet.di JIItolonlay: eVl'nill1"hl'n/: ar : ,

other poisonous drugi.-Adv.Mr 'und :Margaret Livingston,: and little a pup tent which' is n small tent provided I rangements: were made' for a supper" .

I Miss: Virginia Phillips motored to for two men. Each man has his in umii'-ition with the next meetingwhiii

Ellery Davis will return Satur- Jacksonville Wednesday. Miss: :Marie half and. carries it with him everywhere : a number. of visiting brethren ',

tar from his vacation, which he has Livingston will remain in Jacksonvillefor he goes. are e"pi-cteil.

'I" .,-n spending in Jacksonville and n short time with her cousin, Mrs. Well I must close, for my bunkie is : 1:1'I.: L. A. I'.lwls filled, his regular rMVI-.RSITY OF t'I.OItW.I'IOIUII.I .\ ST'Il'or.I.I'J: : : : h
4.in..ym.; foCI)( WOMIN:
'I."i. ','sville.\ W. S. Phillips. grumbling( about the mosquitoes and'! r.ppomtments ut the Itaptint churchSunday :Military Training Under ArmyOflurrs 'I'allahaaice.

I __ begging me to blow out the candle. Ofcourse I <4Mirii In ft.,t. unit Helvnrm. Aiirlrulliir'. < i' |I....'t M"nil. run tr-im 111 Mnrliln.. rnm,ir. .1 nil i
and Paul F.r- W. II. Perkins who moved to Starke : the candles are our electric I II I 1 I' W; Muore: and family. ..f 'there-' /h. ""....I. KI'i-trlBnl:, and MrrhnnlrHl, t:nui, Int.-I I'llIB '1'ut.I hr.l. Int luiluiu,, Suit.,nimruw > I
1.D.. E. Knight son 1.w. 'Inehoni' L..lbtn*. 'hl',u,". fro Mrhiul nil. l Shiirt Iuur.e.; Wren, uT ,,?.CM Stir '. t'
"\' "'. spent last week in Lake City several months ago from (Otter Creek, I lights in )France. The boys all send mi, ,,to'nded .services here Sunday Ho-or,i fr 1 ....In". < .t l }
fruit anti I of Lake (Geneva; wux A. A. :Mrifl'IlRKK. Pri-HMlent. I "l.DWAKO:;) ('ONUADf. Prenident
.i"1',' Watertown the guests of rela- has bought the Hemingway. their regards to the people "over I H T. Kennetly, ,,1 1

tivi", and friends. confectionery store next door to J. 1-.1 there" and if anyone wishes to write ,,11 l.ti-iii'-ss visitor here Monday.A .

KUkliter's store. lie will ad.11 line any news to us they can send it to the i: revival meeting will begin in the

<;" to Mitchell's Drug Store for of fancy groceries and make u strong address below, and it will be appreciated method church ut Hampton next

cloves mustard !seed celery seed, bid for patronage in his line. please( start the Telegraphover I Sunday morning(' at eleven o'cloi in Through Flame and Smoke ,

tumericks and allspice.Mr. seas with this issue to me, for I 'charge' of the pastor I Rev. T. 1.. ''.. stA"

:Messages from war stricken lands.B. l am anxious to get( the paper. Hiirr There will\ be. two services each
Wiley Williams, :Mr. Jesse Williams invited to ( rhyt;
Y. 1' U. Just a Raiforditp, day for a week. Everybody:

'md :Miss Ida Williams, of I CHKSLKY: : G. SMITH: attend and take part in this meeting, of all I IOHSCS n is a feature of the I Crp

W..rthinlCton. Springs were visitors to I i Oscar Alvarez has just received a Ord. Dept Repair Shop eI - .- -- c f inHurario', '"' policicx WP issue. ThenIt -

Starke Wednesday. [ 'letter from his mother :Mrs. J. O. frth flow. Rpgt. A V KKV: MILLS icL I
no iMay in settling/ the amount.
varez, who i Is visiting her : AI-\ Via A. P. 0. 710
Mrs J. O. Fralick returned homer :Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Jr., in .\ .. \ A. f:. F. via New York. Avery, the little son of Mr anti :Mr"J. r of il.ijnagi, and none in handig ov-

i day' after a pleasant visit with her que' N. :M., saying the weather is. \' --.- -r- H. Mills[ wax! born :May 19! 1M7! : ; ..I t th.. iuMi the amount has Lees

":....,its :Mr. and ;Mrs. C. II. Harrison in Florida.Mr. died Aug l R. l'.lt'! )(, 1'lnlunl'/ year :
much warmer there than I Take cnrc of burlap bugs. They are and : i I r/I/ Ufiupon.! The jiolicieH. we i issue

Worthington Springs.! scarce and the price i.s advancing. The two nvmthn. and nineteen diys' of age P / /d inick assets in tore .of 'fire.

: and! :Mrs. Lee Reynolds armed. material they are made from come I His, sickness was ,'.r ,liort duration .
'." cures Headache. Biliousness, Wednesday night from North ('111'10.1 from India and ships to bring it heren lasting only four tiny'liii condition /I/////(// /.t.'r! have us JSMU, you one) to

1., of Appetite or that tired aching lina to spend n few weeks in Flon I I.i. rp srnrce, and India is u \long\ ways win not considered alarming, until just :.t1 "'. your homi and l hUHilleH8. 1 1t
'. due to :Malaria or Cold Finn from America. I
T nuAdv.III: They are guests at the home of ;MI-. - a short time bcfon' the i-nd came when

Elizabeth Johns :Mrs. Reynold-' 1\\ EI.II UiruMT( liOMJhoi. : \ he rapidly! grew .worse. Everything t
--- mother. :Mr. Reynolds says that Florida that losing heartf and willing hand-
the
1 I' mime. Andson who has been .
cool to the section of do" but to no avail T..Iut .,
is compared ( T. Douglas and Martin could wa
t nf her si t"r. :Miss Inez Andrrtho JOS. E. WILSON
weeks, returnedher North:.; Carolina in which he lives.fnrs I Smith charged, with killing( .)"I'n and :' dock Thur-day nfti-rnoon hi,
'I' !r past three
(velanil, Fralick in Columbia county little pirit took ins flight
home in Archer Saturday. for hire Sunday trips to I services conduct',i
on a few weeks ago were /given .1 preliminary Thp funeral were
Kingsley lake. Hound l trip 7fic for hearing before the county from the home Friday uf"-rnoon at STARKE FLORIDA
Mi" Ernest Brnnmng. after n twos BO cents for children
people L. Z. Barr. Th"
grown T.
Rev
judge at Lake City last Friday. After o'clock by
Stnrke at the home of Fruit Stern hour 'I
'> '" -It ill I cnvp :Mike's every little white cu ket with it- ,
beautiful
the the !
hairing testimony: judge rev
Mr and Mrs .1.I W. :Morgan returned) d'I. n' g the day. Parties return at any .
Co. v 'n t<"idi-rlv
f "r ;
mantled, thrm to jail I without hail f f.'" his I home in Atlanta! Tuesday. time.










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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIn. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16. ISM! ,

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I Bradford County Farmers- ',L News Notes Of The County J'J'I '



I KIMNfi: :NEWS: :NOTES.: last and rank Chant-ey attended the one declared it delicious \\11' -
\m- \CKKD LIME; 1 I with 1-inch mesh wire. A frame madeof ed from this crop have acquired n I i preliminary! trial last Friday olI left for home at a late hoe, r i I:',""

____ I 2. by ,t lumber 6 feet long and :3: .small degree of resistance. In tact, Rising Aug. 1U.: lrlnd :Mrs. I I Douglass. and Smith, who are charged they had braved the storm u *

Use air sluvkoil lime BN a disinfectant I, feet wide with an additional piece the spring crop is a very good sours High Bennett of Lawtey visited their i with i the murder of John Frulick and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dji oj, .

around the stablt-H sheds and I across the center to support the wire for seed. grand daughter :Mrs. J. E. Johnson, I|, son, Cleveland. Jr., came over by car from j J",, '
'Imls. This! will kill the contagion of when the hens stand on it, will be It is best to select small potatoes and family Thursday. They left Fr i, ;Mr. and :Mrs. J. Fralick, of Starke, 1 yule and visited their parent. tb, u"

hog cholera and the germs of other infectious found desirable for a small yard. Apart from the size of a hen's egg down for day morning to visit another granddaughter I: passed through here Sunday enroutt Mrs. A. M. Blanchard over Sundm, rte
diseases if used liberally, says ;I I of the yard as large as this frame the fall crop and to plant them wholIt ... near Lake Butler. I to Providence. I I Gus Peeples and brother, Hn1 i
the of Florida Extension is spaded and sown, the frame placed is well also to sprout the potatoes ia from ama
University up :Mr. Ozzie Sweat of! Jacksonville, Miss Susan Thomas, of LaCrosse, over Jacksonville to m. ,'I, tie,
division. Spread freely about the 1 I over it and the material allowed to before planting. Place them on a barn came down last week to spend a few visiting, her sister Mrs. L. T. Thomas.; Blanchard candy pull Fruluj P. ", .?

Bleeping quarters and feeding placesof grow. As soon as the green sprouts floor, or in some other sheltered place, days with his father O. B. Sweat, whois The many friends of Uncle Henry 1 spent the night with :Mr. Churl lies*:
hogs air-slaked lime will tend to reach the wire the hens will begin to where they will have diffused light low. :Mr. Sweat was stri.ken- Pmkston are pained to learn of his and returned to JacksonMll' '
I of pneumonia and help' pick them off, but since they can not but not direct sunlight. Allow the very nine
t destroy germs I' ed to his bed sixteen months ago with serious illness. We wish:! him a speedy day morning.The
1 to keep the pigs free from intehtinal eat them down to the roots the sprouts sprouts to become a quarter to a half paralysis recovery Junior Civics Leagui i : .. ,

worms by destroying the worm's eggs I will continue to grow and supply inch long. Then when the potatoes arc Mrs.: Elam Lewis returned to her Mr. Algar Thomas attended the baptism annual picnic on Wcdnesd ,
in the droppings. Lime will also prevent green material. This frame can hemoved planted they will continue growing,. week. The 'I t
I home last week from Jacksonville, at Little Springs Sunday jolly party left I v :
or reduce the breeding of flies in from place to place in the yard, and the loss from rotting will be reduced where she hud been visiting' her sister after-I I !II a. m., loaded to capacity; ,i <.

Inlnul'elncl gives: !! c.Ie'lIm'rlnd better and in this way different parts culti-! to a minimum.Mr. ;Mrs J. L.Jackson for two weeks. She noon.Mr.. Albert Dubose, of and lunch and it was hard t r,
smelling: premises.. I vuted. : ;\ warns against: buying ''which the .
was accompanied by her gradmother been visiting relatives in this:: section occupied most n, ,,, n.
---- --'- just any kind of potatoes for seed Mrs. ;McCJill who will visit her daughter the past week. I day was spent nt Kingalcying I .
BRINE:
'II I'lMMMTMt-CONSITMEKM. : ,: l'tI'I'I.ItS'Ii": : : C'M.EKY:' : IN: Some farmers obtain their seed from Mrs. E. J. Norman, for a few :Mr. and :Mrs. T. 11. Waters attended I I and swimming and] ill ,?' ,

Curb markets, arc helping city women Green peppers) and. celery! can be the groceryman's stock of eating pots days. church at Little Springs Sunday I aquatic sports were indulg|
solve the problem of finding n preserved fur future use by brining: If toes. As a rule these! ure not good potatoes Prayer meC'tinj.was held Wednesday Mr. and, Mrs I. M.; Molt; of Lake cry member of the Lengu/ "
between properly clone no prepaied and should be avoided, first because night at the home of ;Mr. Bob Butler, visited at the home of the tat ent and they entertained '.
shorter! and less expensive route peppers
' producers und l consumers Suchmarkets can be used as substitutes for fresfpeppers they are of unknown strain and Haislop and family. A large crowd ter's patents, :Mr. and :Mrs Roland Earl Roberts Clifton 15i.."" I[I'

' I the shortest routes between ( in pickles or salads, or after have not been cared for as seed potatoes attended and the meeting! was enjoyed. Thomas :Sunday. Hublmrd, Lucille Shelton .11 't ',\ ,
are
farm and, city kitchens and are 1 freshening in water can be usijd\:: ) for bhould l be, and, also, because they, ;Mr. '1'. II. NValtTs and bon, Marion, Wimberly. Mayor TorD.lc'1, ''J\ .
American 1 stuffed Properly prepared may not be acclimated to the r"lionIn : ;Mr. an,1Irs.; l triggers( of Ft.Mjers attended! I the trial of Douglass and ;Mrs. Louis II. lIilllI"tt.d.,i
In successful operation in many peppers.(
which they are to be planted. Someof their daughter Smith at Lake City I I and much credit ill due tn
cities. They have proved. to he t of then can hardly be told l from fresh ; are visiting M I
(I' the best seed potatoes for Florid Lewis and They :Mr. and Mrs.: bincgul Holder of her und skill .,
real service to both city nnd farm peppers The nii'th'id of brining is as :\1 rs. Emory family. ; I energy in d|
women. The city women hat .., I follows: I II are the red bliss or triumph, rose number ,' visited in this section last Hummer Miami, visited the latter'a parentsMr affairs of theLeague/ nl "

found them a reliable source of farm Remove the stems und seed and four cobbler and Lookout Moun and while here made muny friends and Mrs 11. C. Peeples last week the founder.
I tain. The last two named have done them. ;Mrs C. II. Liddun Sergeant J. P. ,'',
produce which reaches" the table by pnt'k nose down into u water-tight I who are glad: to see is spending awhile W11
particularly] well in Florida. of Atlanta with her sister Mrs. II. S. Mil in Luwti-y Sunday, .
this method nt less cost and with agreater non-metallic receptacle, such as a kegbarrel --.-- ;Mrs :Mattio Bugswull, :! K
degree of freshness than by crock or gins fruit Jar. Cover I FI.OIJU.T.1: : F.\ns :NOVEMBER I is visiting her mothy'r, ;Mrs. 1. L. Warren Ie.'. Gainesville and spent I
r the less' direct methods. of distribution. with n brine made by adding 2 pound* : 27 TO DECEMBER- II and other relatives in this. sec Messrs. 13. .r-;. Brown and Adamson the home of NrN and %.1 l >
t If I jiovub made a business trip to Lake ;Mrs. A. M. Van I ItLawtey )'
The farm women have found them a of Halt to each vnllon of water n tion.The i
t barrel crock is used suspend n I II many friends of Mrs. L. L. Conner City Friday. front fun'in '
reliable source of income and u satisfactory keg, or The Florida State Fair for this yen: I
u outlet for their products I vroo.It n cover in the l br rine so that it is alrendv 1t .,':tI'1r i cry great deal of the Vanderbilt section, are sorry Mr.; 11. C. Peeples made a business j where :
t --.---- will keep the peppers well below the :' of nttcntum, and this interest vvi"! m- to ]learn of her illness. trip to L'ro\'ucncu Friday months.

MIIKD ANNUAL LIVESTOCKROUNDUP surf.u1". 1C the cover i.s placed on thepepper lease a-, (the} time ;',,.. thi1 Fair, N; > I n..J. Jackson attended! church at .vie., and i'll's. J. :S. uftel'lIooll'l Frillhe ) :

, r and weighted without rill"pf'nHi"n. : veml "I' 27 to I December (j, approacJacknnvillee '', Heilbronn Sunday the picnic at Worthington .,. ,
it will crush the peppers and : :Mr. and :\11'''. H. j. 1 Rc-gi-ti-r, of ;Middloburir I' Messrs. hurray und barney Thomas and 1 .MrA.. M. 1 Il.t!"
where tHe Fl".jiaState
' '; )In. Hind, tinnunl; livestock' roundup make them lose their shape. Add more i ;, visited their daughter, JIi '. mmle a business trip to Lake CityThursday I Mr. J.1.: Hui': I ,, '
,
e i. 'I I l 11,1,1, I I :'f t the University of I-'lor- cult to the cover until no more will Fun, and F.xpo.itiunilll': 1 i"d., I H. E. Nuwsom of axt"I1., I'lidny and i Tiitumc.'ori, Nose :Mof !'

101.1 i I i C mi. i'l'I 'nr the 1.'t. w.k dissolve.! H put into fruit J;. rs or4thcr on tile grounds so Hystematual1'; I "I other relative-. The putrona of .Miller school und the I Jacksonville i iof

in I -',( pt\<'mbei', Those who have att < containers that can be sealed] no'' out u year ago 1111'In\ the hull Iii'e" > Our meeting will! Mart lure next nu.mbi.rb of the Free Will Baptist Mr. and Mrs.! A. II "i

> mil d )pt et ious round-up meetings more salt need ho ndilt'd In this case admit ably adapted for the purpf\ ", t upreparing I Sunday night instead i'f Saturday lunch are putting down u deepVell I :Misses; CIII 'lI unit i i'.,
1 bnw \ li.it to expect in the off to give u royal wc'fonn) tithe night Htatul in lust ,ka itl..l ., the benefit the Jacksonville S':
> ; way allow to Htmid for three or four layn : as vu" 101 of school and the f spent :

'I f/ pioKrnm. Every' effort Jvill he made I to allow gas to escape, then till perfectly I the hundreds visitors to of the delngatcn Fair and who also,.!. ::11! l I.to,., I'I ------':. .. - - i iI cluirch.Dr. day with friends in L.i ,: ,
to arrange as interesting a program full with brine und enl tight '. WORTHIG'1'ON1Vnrthingtua. : ) J. E. Maincs made a professional Mrs A. J. Lowery. i i ,
in that city during the early dnyof
t this year as heretofore '1 Kegs or hartols that have a good head I -- I vijit here one night last week. spent, several y The Citrus Seminar. will be held nt [ ran be filled, full with poppers" and the Fair, to attend the annual Melons.. : ; Au 1 1J.- =The protruded Mr. J. J. liiclling, of Providence,, .
the Un, ..'...s'-' .' '-ing the some wee!". brine and headed up. Fresh PC'PP'rll'' of the National Farmers' Con trl', '. ( ft'ixi i e* h -M' rt -iiilis ;Mixsionury was in this. community during thc IJ.... J. C. Wills of l >-t ,

Each meeting will have u program of can be added, from time to time 11'1'' This congress will bring to the Fair i Hut plist church here closed \eek-cnd.. professional visitor to I I. .

t r its own. In other words two different they Inature. Before use freshen in I and Exposition, representatives farmers Inst e'c'ningnft'r having continued! Mr. J. S. Howard, of Dukes, passed last week.

meetings will be going: on at the same water to remove salt and then use and live",lick raisers and breeders I for ten days. Services were conduct- thiough here the latter part of the :Mike Flitch was turn.i,,

1 time in separate assembly rooms like fresh peppers.' from nearly every state in the ed by the regular pastor, IJev.: Dickensof pant week. ness in Starke one d:11.: 1 1.-'

Since a few subjects on both prep Celery can be preserved In the same i United[ States and some foreign coun Lake City, assisted by Rev.: Norris, i Mr. Carl Brown made business Gus! Londholt came en > -am

lams will interest both livestock and, manner and after freshening U excellent : : tries. of LuCroBsc. Services were well attended trip to Worthington Thursday.LONG Jacksonville and spent SlIlIoI"home i
, citrus mon an occasional joint session for A bill appropriating $10,000() to defray and well rendered. Eighteen .- of '
for soups, creamed celery and I his parents. ;Mi,r .1 c t t"' :.1
will be held flavoring purposes. some portion of the expense of new members were enrolled. Baptismal : .- liKHXJE NOIKS L. Loadholtz.
"Loc'kl11l1n' bringing to the Florida State Fair services held nt the ] at
Every; farmer and citrus! were pool James Browning, of l.i. *
grower should keep the dates in mind 1'SE 'I HE;: SOUR MILK delegates from Central] and South Little :Springs' at 4 p. in., yesterday. Long Bridge, Aug. 12.-:Mr. ;Man spent Sunday with rel.i': i '

September 2.' to 27, and be at the I American countries, is now pending I ;Miss I Russia Ware returned home nie Raulerson, of the Providence sec L. Lapp! tame o11,' i, I" ., I
University at that time The University "Made Into Ci.tt.iKe C'hpvtw, It Will in Congress, having been introduced last Friday noon. She has been visiting tion, was a business visitor here Sat Mile and spent from Wcdm ,

I of Florida belongs to the citizens! i Supplant Meat' lately by Senator Duncan U. Fletcher her sister, Ruby, at howling Park. urday.Mr. :Sunday: at his home here
Florida., The will find it profitable i :Mr. Johnny Roberts and family, of visited
of : J. E. Adkins and family :\1 r. ,V. :M. Redding wan t. .' ,
to upend a week there and, become better 1! In spite of the housewife's carefulness CLAY HILL ITEMS I Winficld, were the guests of Mr. and Irs. Adkins' mother at :Macclenny business in the Whitehon-' "
r acquainted with what it is doing, | some of the ]leftover milk will :Mrs. J. :M. Dickert Saturday and Sun- Sunday. Saturday.
the farmers and occasionally by souring.. But Clay Hill, Aug. 13.-Mr.; E. H. Carter day. *
and Irving to do for spoil Mr. K. ;M. Johnson, of Waldo, visited James ;M. Starling was n M I
others. Detailed programs will I be that does not mean the milk has become and sons, Henry and Bryant, mo- ;Mrs. J. O. Fralick of Starke, is visiting his brother, :Mr. D. E. Johnson, during Jacksonville first part of th 'i. .
u..c.less-it. has merely enteredthe tored to Starke Monday.Mr. her parents, :Mr. and, :Mrs. C. II.
published. later. the week-end. ;Mr. W. McCormick: ,." (. ,
-.-- first step in the process of making ; and :Mrs S. J. Starling and Miss Harrison, this week. Mr. Donald Adkins left Wednesday \'ille.'as a visitor Sutunl.u ."'

WATCH FOR HOC (CI1O1.KK ing cottage cheese or I Dutch cheese. ns Julian Starling spent Tuesday with ;Messrs. Drew Dukes Inman Harrison for Tampa where he is to accept a position home of ;Mr. and ;Mrs A A, <" '
some folks call it. Cottage: cheese ;Mrs. E. II. Carter. and Edd Reaves motored over to the street car system.Mr. .
on
farmers know what hog) contains more protein pound for Lake[ Butler Saturday evening Death of :Majoran; Dvki
f Florida :Mr. Barney Lang passed through ; and ;Mrs. Henry Brown, of ,
; cholera is. Some have bought the'!' I pound than sirloin steak; so those this section Sunday morning. :Mrs A. J .Campbell' of Largo, l is Pleasant Grove was the guest of Mrs: ;Major A. :M. Van Dyke i ""

knowledge at a dear price. The discase who are buying meat may have a good the guest of :Mrs. I. F. Lamb. ;\I. It. ;Moody Tuesday resident of East Lawtey. pa--1' '
Mr. and :Mrs. C. S. Austin, of Jacksonville -
is a deadly one and prevention i is idea of the real value of sour milk. I,I :Mrs. II. J. Leverett has as her guest at 3 p. m., Friday, August '/nth r'<
r i visiting the litters parents :Mrs. O. II. ;Moody was visiting herparents
better than n cure The University I Wherever cows me kept on the farm were this week her brother, :Mr. Jones, of home of his sister in ;Milan ]Ir naThe
Florida extension. division{ emphasizes is usually n surplus of milk at ;Mr. and :Mrs. S. J. Starling, Saturday Jacksonville. :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Yarborough major had been suffering ,ir '
r there of Raiford the rst of the week.
and Sunday. ,
the importance of keeping the hog intervals, while beef is scarce. This I ;Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Dowling, of Jacksonville complication of disease an' w
runs clean and the sleeping quarters I surplus can be made into cheese that I II :Miss Nellie Higginbotham and :Miss and :Miss Allie Andrews nnd :Miss ;Minnie Yarborough, of P.\{- strength seemed to be rapidly\ :',i ''If;
Indeed there .. I Lena Tanner Maxville: were visiting ford, visited her brother-in-law] Monday lit
dry and well ventilated. will take the place of meat-a practice I Commit Hewitt, of Lake Butler, were the early part of the sumnv
I .
.
lire very few swine ailments that cannot ( most. commendable] from the national friends, and relatives Saturday and guests of Elsie and Inman Harrison and Tuesday.Mr. however, recovered sufficientU .

be avoided by the practice of sun I viewpoint. Sunday. Sunday.The: M. H. Moody of Lake able him to start for Cn nnlltl',

f, Station and cleanliness. I C. L. Willough of the UniversityMJMM :Mrs. J. B. :Moseley] was visiting her many friends of Mrs. Park are visited his family Sunday Butler'l whence his wife had preceded h,o' '

Always avoid infection from outsulnFources. I ojnunji; i3 jo oa: no3\ npiaoi! ":i jo grandparents Sunday evening in this glad to see her out again after illness. :Miss. Annie :Mae Anderson, fore he was taken sick and while "irf
, ,l Cholera germs arc often introduced it {is not necessary for fnrmwives to sed ion. I Messrs.! Inman Harrison and Tom ford Is the guest of Miss Edyth continued, to recover sufficiently t'' '"

into hog lots on the feet of I wait for the milk to sour. A better :Mr. Horace and Curtis Starling attended mie Hewitt, of Lake Butler motoredto son this week. tify :Mrs Van Dyke leaving h" ,"
clogs, birds and other animals, anil I quality of cheese can bn made from church at :Maxville Sunday. Jacksonville Sunday evening, returning :Milan in cure of his sister whi'rame '" on"'

'I visiting. ; neighbors. Running streams I the sweet milk by using rennet or junket I 1 :Monday. L.\WTEY\EWS south to attend to important
may carry the disease, or it may be '' tablet These. may be bought at :Mr. E. II. Carter and son, Henry, :\li'seRIae! ; and Mattie: Shnllar and jusiness concerning their p 'I" ",
with drainage directly from : were auto :g th" business visitors toacksonville Lawtey Aug. 13. :Misses Lois and '
farm i -
( washed on to the almost any drug store or Evy Beilling and Mr. Romeo Bielling, :Mrs. Van Dyke arrived m f-ate
water in heavy ruins. the maker twenty-five cent package : the past week. of Providence, visited l the springs Sunday Bessie Terry have returned home, after Thursday of last week anti, ,1 h,"ur1Inter
When choh'rl114 once introduced Into will ]last sciveral week The rennet :Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson and afternoon spending two months at he Normal received the news of her hu'

a herd sanitation and clealiness will forms n curd much more rapidly family were viitors to Starke Satur J. O. Fralick of Starke, visited relatives College, University of Florida, Band's death.

)/ not stop it. The only remedy then is than the arid organisms in the milk day. here Sunday afternoon. Gainesville, and their many friendsare fri' ,m theday
nine
r timely vaccination with reliable ant- The milk must be kept' ut room temperature :Mr. C. S. Austin spent the day Sun- J.ittlelislI; Louise Russell, of Jack. glad to hove them back again Exactly of his death Major years Van ago P>k<, withhis i

hog cholera serum. Vaccination will until the curd forms. Then ,Li by with :Mr. and :Mrs David Lang.B. senville, is visiting her grandparents, Louis Hubbard, now employed I in 'c' tall'tcy -
wife and her mother came
I
save the hog not yet infected be broken and brought; I :\tr. Mrs. S. J. Russell. government work at Aiken S.
,I not only of the curd should D. Carter, of Black Creek was and survey : from Cincinnati, where the \laJorhad
but it stops the development gradually to a temperature of about in t this section Sunday ;Messrs. N. E. Taylor and L. R. Graham C.? was a welcome visitor last week inthe served for a number of years as
i the disease and by carefully burning tOO degrees. It should be kept at this visitor toLaw made a business trip to Lake City home of his uncle and aunt Mr. JligSchool.
disin :Mr. S. J. Starling was a principal of the Woodward
dead hogs and cleaning up and temperature and stirred gently until it I Saturday.Mr. Friday. andIrs.: Louis H. Hill. .
the premises, the contagion I and the whey clears. ley :Mr. Comos Alvarez of Jacksonville,
fecting becomes firm :Mrs. Rhoda Sapp and son, Tuny, ofsiford edu-
spreading to ina O ius Prescott and Mr. Nelson Major Van Dyke was born and
from the curd is placed hotel this week.
may he prevented I After the heating 11:4 the guest of with their cousin, Miss Lena ''ett'rnn
and thus be stamped out. I to drain. When the I, Piescott motored over to Jacksonville Williams is visiting Mr. ated in Cincinnati. lIe was a
other farms, t porus cloth bag 1 :Miss Ida 3app, of Palmetto, were welcome visitors render
If your herd shows any sign of the water has drained off break the curds i( (Friday. and and l :Mrs Jesse Williams this week. : at home of Mrs. Laura White- of the Union army, having a"J"'
disease, call your county agent or a .11111,_,! snit the cheese to suit the taste j: :Mr. and ;Mrs. C. M. Hudson of Mr.; and Mr. N. E. Taylor and Elsie lead Friday. id four years_ active. service n..rard.I .
at earliest op cream makes a i i daughters Lavina and Hester Jacksonville last lane general under Generalhe uv"--
visited
of
veterinarian sour Harrison
reliable The addition H. :Mr. Roscoe Strickland and family, IrdPr
Jacksonville, were visitors to Mr. I was a member of the militar
portunity. richer cheese. I Hudson Sunday. week. of Starke spent a pleasant day visit. of the Loyal Legion and! was the "
I Mr. R. B. Roberts was transacting ing at he home of :Mr. and Mrs G. W. 'r '
school is commandry
FOR POULTRY SI'ROUTLL POTATO SEED The Clay Hill progressing I corder of the Ohio
GREEN FEED I business in Jacksonville :Monday.Mrs. eversl
of Miss Stokes Saturday.Mrs. <
lIe spent
nicely under the management number of years.
If the poultry yard {is fairly large, I A Better Stand With Less Disease. Elite: Har\', of Maxville. Quite a : S. J. Walker and ;Mss: Josephine : A. A. Smith was a visitor to years in the lumber business dash; '

it can be divided into two parts and May Then Result number of scholars were present the Guess of Appleton S. C., who Gainesville :Monday on a mission of ville before taking up the professi""
crops, such ail oats, wheat, rye, I first. week. have been guests at the hotel for several farewell to a nephew leaving home in I of teaching in Cincinnati. lit' will
green dwarf essex rape, allowed to start :i A number of farmers plant Irish Or. W. H. Hudson, of Jacksonville, weeks, returned l to their home the service of Uncle Sam. principal of the Woodward II''*"

or in one yard while t the hens. are conf\n'l I potatoes as a fall crop to be used!! for spent Sunday With his parents, :Mr. last week. An old-fashioned candy pull was School of that city for 37 years ace i

ed to the other. The green crops ,: food, and n few use them for spring and :Mrs. II. 11.liudson. ;Mr. and :Mrs. J. II. Cason and given Friday evening at the home of ex-President Taft was at one time
should be sown very thick, and the following -/ planting.] The best need for the fall Mrs. H. G. Perry, who has been with daughter :Miss Sallie, visited the :Mr. and ;Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and all student under him. He was the editor

will he found satisfactory for planting i iK to he had from native her parents for the last three monthsis springs Sunday afternoon. 'the young folks of the town had plan] of a number of classics used in Intl'tutions the

a yard 25 by 30 feet: Wheat; 2 3.4 stock for they are acclimated. The expecting to leave for her home in :\11'. K. S. Lamb, of Gainesville visited ned to be present but the weather man of learning throughout 10
.;, pounds; oats 1 1-2 pounds; rye. 3 1-.& northern grown potato is not the best Lake View next week. his parents :Mr. and Mrs I. F. decided otherwise; a big storm came United States and was well known"the
j pound; rape I 5 ounces. When the for the summer planting because, as :Mr. Dorsey Higginbotham spent I Lamb this week. up which lasted for several hours preventing state of Ohio as well as in Brad'ford

+i crowing stuff reaches a height of 2 or C. K. McQuarrie of the University of Saturday night at the home of Mr. The Mr. Taylors have as their guest many from attending. However county.

3 inches the hens can be turned uponit Florida extension division says, the and :Mrs W. A. Starling. this week their sister, Mrs. Stewart, there were a few who bravedthe Death has now changed some 'If WIll the

and the other yard bo .similarly soil is too hot for them and they rot Little :Miss Verdie Austin spent Sun and family, of South Georgia. storm. Several soldier boys were plans cf the bereaved wife, who to
town.L readily when subject to conditions day with little Miss Elsie] and Luciie among the number and the noise of remain in East Lawtey for a while
Where it U inadvisable to divide the which differ radically from those un- Starling. :MILLER the storm was drowned with music attend the details necessary to art'

yard it is possible to keep a supply of der which they were grown. Even : Misses Edith and Effie Starling and an all-round good time was enjoy. tling the estate. The sympathy of the

green stuff growing by using a wood where the spring crop was grown spent a few days with their grandparents Miller, Aug. 12.-:Messrs. J. S. d. as were the sandwiches and punch community goes out to Mrs. Van Dyte

. I en frame 2 or 3 inches high covered from imported seed, potatoes produc i Brown N. U. Stokes Eugene Doug ot which there was plenty and every. in this her hour of trial.


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FRIDAY. AUGUST !6. 1918.

________________ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN



( CITIZENS WANT CHANGES MADE IN :Mr. E. L. Crosby was a visitor to Gainesville Tuesday from here I Bradford 1 I. were in our town shopping ......* mon-* or .If... Thin IPlh, .6.". of July, 11

Starke Friday afternoon.Mr. :Misses Eunice Iluzen, :Maud 1 Saturday after noon.' IvlH CiUHrilinn of A ANPKBWtt.. 19

I. : :Mark demons of Pine Hill was licrtie Thomas Rendio: Croft. The normal taught Prof. A. B. FI 11-ndrlekt. minor llnrnfy hrlm) ndrirkn nf Joe E: ant ndrtcia Jniih|)
by
PRESENT PLAN OF ROAD WORKING in our town Sunday afternoon. I Sapp :Mamie Reddish. Virgie i !: Shaw closed Friday, August Sth. nnd) Mary .:. Cnrroll, ,h",eniic>d. ,

Sallie Cole and Messrs. Hen i
I :Mrs. C. :Moody and son, Luther of I Little :Misa Iris Godwin; of the Pine : Avery Craig and Unborn I Rouse.
I LaCrosse spent a part of lust weekhoif
-- I Hill I Sl'l.tion.'us the
wish them success guest of Little VVIIFRRXS. Th Ii'iriHlMliirp, of 101'. #'*
every
with fril'nt:5.Ir's. umliir
{ commissioners Asked to lOusl)'. He stayed in I the hospital) fmm : I Miss Omi Rita Ward :Monday.Mrs. lht fonntltntlon of) IHMl. of thr. Simp nf KlnrIdn *"
Tue. :\ K. Oolson and I A 1101'illl11... given nt the dlil rn.. twit Joint Ifmotullnnii iimnoiflnir. .' 4
Adopt Definite Plan of j.e.\' until Satul'dllwh"n ho took daughter, Ira of :Mr. : W. H. 11 11 rl'l'II received a telegram nmi>!tidmi, ntn to thi* ConHlltullon' of Stntft' ,
and Mrs.
p. A. : i :
I the tl'ain for home. Mr- \Vomlurd the Tine Hill section, was in our townSaturday Crosby Sunday ,of. 1 lorldn., find) thi* plimc *Aprr anar.,1ho) by ftot ii'
Improvement afternoon. I i, night Those present were, :\ stating. that her I brother. \ *> of thrr-tlfthif of nil th,. "...".1",-,,, ........ o
turned home Thur-ihiy morning! I'l'-j l.utwiit :\11't Homr-r I I Raborn: hood bee-n killed in pil. I to inch hnttMr Sal tO.. volpn .in until Joint
:\11..1. I'. :'Ill'"sril. I II | Pinholster Ova :Molvm : ItHottitlonn *Arn* cntrnil) tltum thplr .
King.i. a busiiK-s.-, \ lliorleLucian and 1 :Marvin I IIla.eii battle "over there" minifitivr
on July I St Ii. Mr. journnlif. ulth
Ihr
Lake, Uutler AUK. 1 1L:! 1s>lhl tor mie Reddish, Clara (Ccm l ,' ; : i .II.i"I:: nnyH thrtvon,
to and nml Oh'v l
I'mholstor illd) detrrmlnr
r'alatkotVcdnesday.. I Guy were visitors Raborn was! well !known here and :Mr ) *l hint thu
I Crosby, and :Messrs.[ : .,,Id Joint.
Marvin U.'unlntli.iiH IMI .
Bradford "t'loll.t.'il. .
County
| :,,11'i i r Tl.ll'g-I'uph : Friday night a large crowd of this I'1 \Vorthintrton Sunday after and l-'tt-d Ilazon. .\ 1 Harrell and her entire family have the .| of tho. Stntr nt 01,.. Ornrrnl KtiMtlon in thi.pirlon In
\\ ,. wnulil like ipacr J in your viilunii.ipir I community enjoyed little noon. i very Craig of nil. Novpninrr. lots
a sympathy I llo
few Ben Crosby They all report 1 wax volunteer NnTJI.IH'.Olll'( : :. I. If Tl..\V THAW.
wouN in a
1 to mi.: .1 roiii iHtion" party nt t the home "wiste1'fl'r'l: :Mr. C. M. Andreu. of Old Bradford, time.i for Uncle Sam "propel>. S.KT.tnrv. of 1 Stittf* of thr Rtnle of

the present system, of ro.tdv : :Mrs. B. Sapp. Ice '' ' do hi'nbv. K\P! notlpp tlmt it
cream wag served und Hev. Scarborough, of t1I'h.1'1'1' :111'1'. :Marion[ ()stl'''", of Arns. spent liKSPRM.; '! HKC'TliiV!
I IM 1' adl"11i! COUllt) If -vo have and at n late hour they returned to in our town Sunday! afternoon. I :Mrs. II. c. 1 Richard, of Sturko *. oil IH hrld' In rnrh mimIC In Florida' on

directly informed there are ntin their homes in our town on business ', part of IUllt'I'.k hero, guest of her Tin, .mlny npit .......,.Hlinir thi* )flrt Atnndny In '
"
I i i n-potting n tine ti one. ;Miss Daisy Lewis, (If near here, was mother. :Sirs. Emily: Abbott.Mr. s""'OOiO'-r., .V I M !l01] K'londn thr unlit Tllmdny. belnu
I' t over full) miles of rouds in this I II. M. Woodard of Rodman is in our town shoppig- :Monday[ after- :\1 lr. C demons\ of Pine II iii, (Oh. ,
; : i K.: .j. Ward, lias "11 mi; 1 nvv cir NOVF.MIlF.R!
moved hm fnm
.". .. 'og-nize,1 I by the county com- I spending while with his parents. Mr.i noun. I Jin our town Monday/ afternoonMr. [ CM, t'... "iHtiili-iiilon, 01. rf.jii-tlon. of tho milil

I ",', ,is us public roads. :Now: when i and :Mrs. S. Woodiird.. Mr. and ;Mis.[ J. I I H I. :S.Va o.o-t'oi anSlaughter I I ily to .llId( on'il"hPI'I' he has i-m! .1 I,MIII,, -toli.itOHH( ,protmMlntr nnnnilmfntii tn .
I II. Haxter
/ nnd ;Mrs.[ .
i iM. ployine-nt 1 the 00-, I ",llnlllllli., !! lf till !Mil, of l'l..h"t.1...
I l I'' u-i' nt tax levy it prorntetl you : Saturday night a pound party was I : l. I*. Matheny and two sons Kmra: \I\7C\\, and! sun. :Myers of t Clayno. in sliiiyimln.P. v loll N'!' ltKSO)I.lti'ION! ii'
,.. .
that the i in il I. Barefoot: is 6''i., ." an Vim n.lot*.tit,, to Sict'on' l M ..? Ar. .
amount given having his homeicpaired
dilly the our '
see per at home of tiownVcIoIc'Molay .
"' I M Mr. and :Mrs.V.\ and Otho, were business visitors to i ,liil, Ml of 00., t-i ,nit II'nt Ion of tin u fttmo' tit

I I is ,insignificant. Yet our corn- I :M. Brown in honor of :Mr. I Henry Starke \\ ,' llIell la afternoon. while heie, :Miss Ha/el I ) was the on liloxham, street.Mrs. 1'1",1." ) Iti'lntlnu I lo Kilncinllon., '
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Hi* "it II| |ts.l| lit II,. I., ) .
ulKliilnn. of thr
I I "in is are continually nddinirmill.nre \\ oodtml, of Rodman. Them was a ::1i. 1 II:. J Andrews! Sr, of Diikex, I of :Miss 1 liuv., Abernathy. :: i J. I H. ut'r'l1f'y nnIl'1lihll'"n.) of rlniiiliiTlml 8UIOof $

r Theie arc two or three !'large ciowd 1 present and many games I was in our town Wednesday! :'ors. P. M\. Barefoot spent l (Graham \\'('1''il1ltor14 here Sunday ntthi of \,,o-Ooc0.' tin.. fo1lo\\lo.r Ml 0.if tin""IP..III""t* fonitlliitloli' of fI..tI..n.of 5. 0

I I" i" 1 mads leading from one town ton were played. after which thev were in- noon. aftt'r'I I'I I.ii"rollsl'- t lit' ,.-lll'at nf pnlgt'" t iviitt homo of her ...i n, p rf'nIM.I.nn.. ... .. ,....n.1I.."I. ... *.._.nR. """.0 ...r FI..I.. . ...'.... II.no.'........ ,..... ".....'.----.".--.._. th.._." ,

n' i. all over the county. I vitcd into the dining I'unmhere supper :Mr. II. C. Surrency left last Tut's-1 I[! :Mr. IMgnr;: Parker;; : ;of, :I (: I T. Ostoen. I il hi-ri-hy..>ctoiN, titrr of.*0 tln*>fl.. .lit Hlnti'", ",.1 f nl.nll"r mlontion,,In. tttibmlttoil..r, rvJtK'tlim to thi ." 01

\\ 11.t, arc our commissioners doing! was served. Among those (present! I day afternoon for Plant City, wherehe {i passed through" our town :\1.i ... T. Stewnit II oool I R. W. Surroncy nt to. "IN,thr liil not' In...."thr.iir,.ml t.,li.,..It.-n'\ I Ii*.f 10015 t iironnntiilfvM.lint In a
to
I'' n ml! our money on two roads lead- I wl'reIissl's: :Mattie YounihloI.Iin: I 'ill'illit his son, :Mr. J. L. Surren- morning.Mr. were visitors here iiiul at Old I BradfordSunday. ."". lout "....tI.." rt of \riirli, Ml I I of. I the' ConMlitiiflon -, 2I

l 11'1'' t ""In one place to another when nil Hngm, Louise Heiberger, UstelU1 j| cy. for a few days. I : J. Sowt'll. who loots been UN tn( ti ml nf JIM"6...folio Si.ilof. I-'I.'ii.lt... I lu. ,Hnii'mli. nit ,!S

|ton, will, ,serve the general public ? Cut Woodard toni :Minnie I Day of Rodman ; I :'III'. II. 1'. Ginney made a business ill, is better at this writing. --.---- - ------- I..I'tIU", H.. Inch; count'v wlintt, I,. rvoulml, lo i

will :Messrs Sidney Triest Hen ''trip :Mrs. J. t'. Cone who) has M \ \ louts 1"fIWI.A"Tlfl" nxHi'KN. mio .1) cotlici. nnniuilly Tor tinnupnnrt .
o |"i-lilies" und you do away with Hall. Kdmer Worthlngton I'riday! afternoon. been I. F "f lli itnl.ht, fr. ,rtrhotiln 0 thirrin it Ins nf tint ,
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Wood.inl. :'III' ill I with appendicitis' } is Town, , ,. nrtinir tnnyor of the ,lr.. 'h." II'.,... 0,11 niiltn nor m"...* 'than p
thi-xtra mileage in roads.V IIl'nry'oodar.1 and Smiley Pitihols-ter, of Gainesville I nlowly I liii of 1 Slnik Hurl.In., .l.y virtue ..t Ilin nil 0 lOOt( ) nillU en ttu. ,6.,.II... tuviilili. f.- 0

\ > would suggest that the l'ommi" Calvin Tricst nnd others. All reporta was the guest of :Miss :Marguerite ing at this tin ii'. thitritv 0 ..1..11.viwlinl... l 0.. In l h" "'hrl.l,. l-y nt bow Ihff .0'lOWN,, ti..>ri..liv II I VI rnll.I. In (lion HHIIII,. on al prviiimrty u
A
the roads laid out nice time. Shriver Sunday! and while here Mr. Win L. :Murrclt I id on the thp nfnn'Hiilil Tnwn. .liy thit iiniiliMi'tl, ".-....... ,1'idiKw.i'il .IOINT, .I IF"OllTlf'.
take as o .. ,
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is HI".I" ut6n ..r
up > ,
?l'i rf ln. on I ili-mtnv., thi . 1
I 10th .tl
ilny of 1 S' trm- ,
I :Misses Daisy) :Moore Florence Hull\ motoied to Providence.! list thiK1.11.. | KlorlitnHo -
I l\ 1)\1') State Highway Commission lrr. I I'ltM I fur tin t>uriiwenf| t..li>rtlnif I tlm. fill. it ItoHiitvrit, I'v thi* t
imil make Rood roads of them first and brother Bill\ .spent the week-end :Mr. and! ;Mrs. 1' Colson of the Pine Mr.! I D. I II. Weeks of LaCiossc! lou
( and then branchout ntVtiMo with relatives toad friends.! Hill section; was in our town Monday ed through our town Friday ,, t..I.Tk ,' .\ ,.U...' "| \ of .II h.* r.miiHlltiition i.f i
them thi
thi-i' keep up SOnic' of I loriitu,", I h nil thr* nAn". In
:Mr. and :Mrs. Wilmot Bl'owll'nt afternoon. : noon cmmito to Brunswick On, OniMiirMltnl unit CoIlctnr.|| | \. Hituitili br'I'
other important roiuU.s. 'HiriN. Alilfrniiin. y HO IIM I.. ri'inl) HN follow, ,

.,in long as the present system i itliipt a few days recently at :New: River ith Those who took the examiution atMidSummer].I Mr. and M i-s. C. :M. Andreu of (Oni tint*. t Anxi.n'luiui.iNiir*..r. unit1.rIOo0 ImrtiT.Ic X I orrhiin X. S*
iclutives.Mrs. IliuNiKlit,, liipiom nml l,4>vi......... \h.'h'r r iir-
and political debts paid Mnmhiil ,
up. are I ll uot IN, \'fiii iiH or omit.
with the peoples money we will nevi Dave) :Manning and little son, I fl0uruurn I HI.HllVr. .......I',I' T until N.rlivllnn...,,,..I.I.k.. A. If Jnltnii... 1'I 1..hlhl..0 I ) 0 in. I II,* Stttlf, itf nr MIIIMi. 6orr.-ly,.. t'lci't-t fon4, .I. '0 ,
,.
such will be Louis of Starke, were visitors here. for I In t.tiniony ..I".r., I hi'n.tmti ulmrrilit. m.I."I. .I."tI.or ..hM".1|, | | ,inir
roads only as u Surprises pomnml ,
i tinvi "I" r. nlnl' '' '
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o .
nnmimill I 1'.1'
Thursday the of rnui thi* Rval "f thn nnlil, town Sal) .
county. guests Mr.I and :Mm. .) I... lli'rt'tintu. nlTlxi'il" of w Iii. nlt'ohol) ) nml I wim fur tln 6 | ur
eli rriuito our liOn
( W. :M. Brown. I ii IS. Ttli( tiny of AtltfilHl. I""'>H .r"I.nll. Hhnll In .rt'uulntnl' l hy |lw.
Other counties no wealthier than S'rO I .> I.I'trlMhitun* rnurl, put.
:Mrs. :M. S. Day, of Rodman spent n Suburban Life and K 8. M'\TTlmwlI.'i" ,110. IIIHH, fur I flu-. fhfttn'ittn-nt,.1011. tho -
r.riitlfiir: ) and with no higher tax levy \ Mnvur Inu'tl ..r Sllirhi. 6"". of 'thin, nrtlrliH > 1,1.

fii.ni ours have better roads< because few days hen- recently with her sister, iso-: \ T.i H.II./II. ....1". ::0.t 'I hilt no lid .. nhull. irin .. i ffort
:Mrs. S. B. Woodard. ,on Oi tlrMt ilnv of .liinuniv, 0. I'M*
thi\ have eliminated politics anti IIMtK'H I HS('IAI. STATKMhNT: 1 Tho. voti'H ruinS' 0. rotnpliniiCf M {ii"i Miiil) |..fitIHWIM 0
., th for the general pub. Rev. John :Mullady, of I Hampton, delivered Seaside Needs Mi,,,'hOt 'MiiHiicliil, I Hlnlni.>nt of |trn.ir,>nl, .1| HUH'inliniMtlM., nml. II,.. run vim* .hclitm
o.p n money roiitity fir thi 0 tiottH nnil tvtmnn ''h..r.. l ,
two > miintli 0 .r '"Iv. 1 III'! |Ht.rnrral Hluill It. .oulJt-aorl' 0
''li\ very interesting sermons ; Funil, I.. I 0.I,.. Ntimi* niruliilionn I nml rtntrlmltinit, n. are 0
at the Christian thurih Sund.iy. llulnni-n lily, 1 1. IIHH 2SIW 117 t I'."vil-il l dv Inw for ".'...'...1 ili', tU nn .in thi*
\\'.. In-i' our auto license tax becausoVM :Mrs. R. Sullivan New York Aug. 14th. :Muchd<> .Mmiit b I ll.it I II......ii,.%. iliirlnw$ inonth. I 73.40 1 Htnti> of I Inrlilii,,,, It
retmned to her
WnriJintM" |1..1| ,,, IN I'lMONY: WIII5KF.
havi. no load system When the home at I Hampton Saturday, afternoon << Just what would! we do without our I Do women fully I'l'nlbth..' Iliilnnri. .Vuir I I. ilurliiK I'HH .unO'h 2.1IM A:17 All tit I HI h." luTPtinto Ni>t -

:M.ili Board at Tallahassee offered to afternoon teas ? I'm sure they are the portance out I' .1 becoming hut? I I rln 0 nnit Korf* lunil, inv 1m, >tiI nml, ttiTIji' ..1| I tin I 0
after visit trtKAl I. .
si-vcral d.iys herewith Iliilnnri. July' I. 'Ibis (:r'ilO I tin u Mnl Nt
..n-fuml. our uuto tax on conditions relatives and friends.Miss 1. everlasting excuse in which we take not. Soi.e eh a i'tiling i costumes K.......0 IH| iluilnir, month o I ((1701)11 I IH7 H'.l\ t* lorlili.I .I..r; Tnllnh: : :mm t J

'.ould! have met the approval of a all I i-tfeit hcriuise |lie W in rmilN. ",,,o-il! ilurlnir month, 211ft.Aft i he <'ni,>ltiil., llihi I tho I twrn.tvtlfih 4
thai \\ : Minnie: refuge for wearing our newest and I M'neis | \\ )Iliilnnro,
Day, of Rodman! was AIIKIIKI I I. I IIHH I ftflii.1 4S iluv of July .\. II.
iiiuiiiritj of our citizens the commisiiini the of ;Miss most l'o\'I.teelaftf'l'noun frocks. Whether does! nut ;.j i <. i 'inii'-h, cmjsidt lli..il. .'u lId ItUN'
guest Estelle Woodurd '
II Iliilnnri .".Iv II v i HA\\K'>HI>.
I. 'HUM
., is ignored their offer. few days of last week. I it be nt one of the smart hotels in : the most' "..!'IIIi1,1 t article of her \\ ",.."h,'. ilnrlnif' month I 71 JH7<10.811.Ml I H-IM'tt.: 1.\I..,*..,.", y if Rtnto, ,

"..w. Messrs. Commissioners lay of folks town or in the big' "outdoors! the tea i robe' At 1111 I light now there is Wiirrnntu iHNiii.il,) ihirlnur nmnth VltilnH' t...
Quite crowd
gathered at ,
a Iliilnnii. \i001uO I. HUH, I I. TI) IJI'IKr
,1"\1'| ' petty politics and come across I Hope cemetery Saturday nnd, the Mg- is !served .and thi' fro<'k i is worn. Just wide1 selection] and variety even t lsO.inolbn. ( hllilil MI6I.71)) II' ' l'lid I'l' I I' .... 00
tth'me well planned system that at present the f'>vo ',tIlo' weather conditions most fii st iii ii'0*". 1 Dainty nigh I, .Inly, 1 I. HUH' :2nd 17 .HtlMOM.' ('llf'lll' tlK ;.
goat portion of the day was spout in Kirilptn' ilurlnir I month 71 I Mil IIIV. IN ,t IlltVll.Hill .J
lh. taxpayers may fet sonncthinir for hoeing and raking off the ground, find! permit extensive entertaining with fluff)' little 1<< rulfli-s for the \ ,,rrI..' |1".1, | tliirinv miinlh 'JI12A (''I'N'Y.ANI '14! 0-Il \ N-
,""..... .Viivioit :
I. IIHH .
th. 11' hard-earned tax money. Therein when dinner time came, although thl''CI'e )' on the lawns and in the gardens! of mery afternoon funk" ehilfon i ,I DrnfnitHv' tuntl till.HI Ii. ii "In'niiiinl.nIY. i \

i-ntirely too many new roads beIng -' \\ tired I they made the chicken! and =- flowers fur the foulard or (: ..! \ : !'!*"..,."|.!".,.......4 July,.iurin.r. I. HUM ntontn, > 4I1A.OH : l-omilllllnnnl' I Ivn 5-

opened, up unless we had a better I uco scatter. I[ dress I and I smart little I o advanced \ "r riiiOo. 0 iHHilnl, iltirillil, nut, Oi 4VI nj.Ad 211 I I. lorldn, nml A I linmliirntlon ('.. |j i 0'I.
,," Aim I. lOOM I rl 1 nl. I t tI
-y :Miss Doll Test on, of near Starke I,. 'I .
\Viould, like to hear from other has! been visiting relatives i and fricdshere to nb. What a tragedy I Madame: ..,..lt.... .l ('...."Iy Hlnl"' of ,Klurliln, ; 01. IlllH I .rm'i.t1: : 11 > iji'irr: : i-l-rI.PL t t
I In r*.liy. certify Hint 0 Ihi. ,.... . To the unknown boOm, II.VHII| ) ..
.1. irrnntmm.
Iiiti/i I nin different parts of the i-oun-I' several days recently.Dr. not seiirdi and lind the nettle of thl"I,,'nt *if lhi i < ,......10... nfl. '. ,.......'"...'ntH" ..Htnti"f I the nnd, rliilinnntH '.1. thiotnrh, nnd) ,"...,h,. thirnnttfi ,
nnd I fnsi'million to her ",".,. of Itrfiilforil (* llrynn, diri.IIHI.d. frndnntH. I
| t t\ Yours truly, i f'omph.te|> cimfity fur lhi> month I of. wh.. reNldrnprH ,rj ,
. W. i Middleton:: : of JI.lmlton.was .,
( //t.I I HUH. In l I t.".' nml) rorroet I.. III,.. )h..., of I "II, link noun I
N. II. STOKES in our burg Sunday. fully.thllUlI'htnut'urdrll"f'. ,\ I ItiinM, I li.ilui.. nml' .hi'livf.. 0Pol'l'pN: : (;

.J. S. HROWN:: I I 1'iir'llmsc Who Jonjuy; i a I Dipromi's i w.r.. WPIikH: Yon, nnd rnph of you, nri* ,,.,hy rpilillmil,. ,
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Messrs. II. M.: and H. \II. Woodard 0 l. III'0 Ch-rli (0 rOuuil I',ourt 6. |hi' nod, l ninnr| lMr...> t I I". judKo, of tha
II. C. PEEPLKS n viinety of suit. just . flrrull I'i.nrt for Ihr "I'ltihth: .lilillrlnl,, Clntlilt, I I
visitors !
to the :Sat
seat
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1\\1'1' county : - of I' 'noidn. I h, nnd, r.., Hrndford ronnly, on I h. I .
Citizen! Committee.IMIM urday. 1 bus enough ti> meet the < I itk-M. iiU'iutr. llh ilny of N."..mini. I'IIH I ill OS,". CoiirlhoUHr, -
--- of the shore.nd then all ".n.k, Mil A nit V HUM In Hnld. f' ".. to "Ot.W'r Itlll) of,
- waves n Cotnlilnint
Mr.: R.I Ki-liiilt, 0 of I h. C'I "'." of Ihi,. .. -
I nnd Mrs.: R. Burrows nnd ('I reint( I.inirl I I.. , riihililli .. iuKui ii..I you ... I
i:: ''IKS: or SCHOOL( IM ).\KIor > beach' iiicessories'! The- ordinary. I i .... Id for. Hriiilfitril. 0,0,10))1". hlnrlilii, 111 ncroimt 1C. ii P.'iiniiril'tho ,1 court liy 41
children, of Staike, Wl'I'e'iKitor Soonday r ,ln" ..,... ..,.d for th. yi-nr IIII7t Mrndroiil. .
M IEETI\n: ;; ; Arrirsr FIFTH lifter noon at the home of Mr.: and ey of lust yeahas" given way to ollnty I'.",..r drHlKiuilid' IIH nrAnuitrr foiinly' Trlritrniili In whirl In thin hm no.hy

more pretentious, and I "Mahornti- ii ly I I. 0 In IHI) ihnc"onnty l'nin>r fuml) 7 Mrs.: S.::! B. Woodard.Messrs. anil cull.l| 1117.711; WfrltH .
Starke, Flu., Aug 5. 1018.Th I : 1'oiler lulfoul and lien itle-s of the bench cape! (Ont. .nt I I. to I lull) d", .. (.11.1.42\ 'I,Ihr InmlH di. .nrt,,11..0 ii. I"11) of romtdnint .

<. hoard met in regular session quite undressed, without this ,, I'rnfnmi n In thin ..".... "I'' 6*, .6.. .hh'h In ,Mlimht III .
Sasser find wife were union"1 the visitors ,. I I. lu lull) tint* t'ounly. t'rnlnnMi' I,,,* iiuli, 'l"d. an nuiinit thr I nO ion. ,drfrndiinln. i
Iwitn Messrs. T. 15. Pinholster, J. E. j, protection against the I I nml 7H_' m lie,' luirtfpiilnrly, di..rlhi.d nn fidlown. to-witt
to StniKo! Saturday.Mrs. I ont nollirti.il' . __ A2.Ail K'of l4Jll: HVVi',, of NK': ,', l I'.1; nf BW
l'itogIai-"1 < and J. C. :Mcltao present.Mm of the- obstinate sun. One of !, ,
I rays I I. hnl ,
lull to I ilm) .
HK'i; of NW'' .
: Roebuck: of Gainesville; is visiting 72U 711 NW .r NW'' Hootlon II,
iti-K of last meeting read and shops shows II m,01 tel) developed. in I onnly. ,Itonil,. Hml,) llrMutr, 1."I'/ :' of !NK' i. Hrrllon I. "Townnhlp 0, 0
her :.It-. II. S. Roebuck.: ilo 0 I. ,to hnl' iliiu, f
,
son, e'liutity' ,Komi nml Hoiilll. Knniiw ft. I.'HHI Al'IHO 'loin, I
,II.M.I\I'| .d.. Mr.: and Mrs.: J. P. Summers and milliini tiiblieri/ed HIIIII. t tllinllieil" llnilvi. 1..1 U"'IH| 4: A. nnd:,) ,II nn- W"j' of NW'i' :of ,

. 'I I In, niuest| from the patrons' of'I(i fringe "f the Minir' i'ii. liii' u run in I nml I .rolli.plnl, .. 'iMI M nnd Illockn I II:, I II t. in. 'Ill 17. IH, 21).\Jlllj
i I children, of Hampton, were visitors oIK I. to 1".1Iu. i 11 I Hi.noOiilHlnnillnr mid 2 I. ,lor NWl 0 of HW',1' 4 of "" ,
l.i; received and G.! \V. lowei, I'lge of the I 1I'wil 1 1 ,, I,..ttlirilnrvii ,
| "i .j I school was of relatives., r "UIl'| < riiml Tiwni.hl| II. 04.O Ii. llaniti2J. Kant.: Hnld) loin' .
here Sunday, the guests ely' I I. In Iml ilin/, e .. '
oiinty llnlHlnniliti.r" "d) lilnrlm
.\ I to fill the un-1 inddilonlil I I... I the da'k'y.d, . ... 10"10'1 n tnirt of ( 'mmlnu.s' nub-elf
i I. Iml. '
n was appointed I I :'I1t.\1.: S. I Ilay and 1 daughter Min,1110 l.l.ln.. I mill :ua.oll: vUlon of ... ) ,'al." 2WITNKHS .
\1| t ii "I t 1"l'm of B. "l. Taylor, resigned.! cious( in mien' l>eM,. ii I mg this rape l nml n.ll.n..l' 71 I H ..
I' ,', ', returned to their home at Rodman --,'--.- ".. I I. l Iml olu..' 2111.11 I four! IlllH 6),". .Ml.I' dny" of July, HUD.
11 I "'"i I thi hoard of trustees. a HiniMli, I.In'I >i'n' suit' .\ < nttnlHrhool ,ISFM.I; '

'I I In. 1 u'sijrmition of J. R. Tovvnsendi Monday: night after u few days' visit .'..'.01'. ,... .I.,.....,. ..,....... ........_..., "...I.u'.... ............... .. ".......-..._". i..Our., 1._. W", ,.r a_''W"KII,.:: .dru'd ''Io. _0
Hint i..11.il..I
of relatives ,
,
here guests I :II'I I If 5.1 futility rlorliln
. d'i' i < pti-d and S. K.: Johnson was! DonPowell U" I I. ,0.. Iml .10... 1211:1.011 <). Mr'Ot.I.IIM; i
Messrs.: I.'Clunlthloc,1[ and
i't tin. mind I nrfultiirti ruml)
iii" 1 i 1"1,, i t..1. I to take his place as super- have gone back to Jackaonvilla ".> I I. to ,tuil liu futility, I'liii. nml, I I..i.,. J..k..I.. ,, ).'Ii.
I school.I' fi-llui. Funil) .0341.10 I for f omnlnlniiiil, B-3-UI
J i ilx-rty H.ld'
.. . 0
where they have accepted a position inline mot lolltctiil 71.HII I -- --- -- ---
'J t 'I.' I "Hard agreed! to for the mat I j the i ,ii.. I, I,. Ins I iliif, .
' pay of th,' shipyiuil. in that city. 1-'r.II.)" log :.straight t S I liii out'Ho' 2111'I..0O II11.1.' Til ItHIKT Tin KIN

!IM' I' the repair of Long Bridge --- -- --. .- -- - suburban hini.Wtuot a refreshingsight "'" I I. 0 lo hnl T.iUI ilim. Tn.h..h.Hub,' Hr PI mil) ....I 151.007.. .I/ t'i urutrr'('Iii OMIir'I'IT" '. IttajI rio I'0

Ii",,i..o.. j UUOOKI: .: ITEMS;\ Light flimsy dresses of voiles, i 7 ,,,, H.nt i-ollicti.il . 1111.1111) I /OlllAI.. AND) "' 01 1/.1.1.
lu I. to Iml,) duo . twin. II) | RI. 0
I t ii i .ii..st t of the trustees of Spe-, batiste and nrga.idK'; which appeal, I Total Holi-H,'houl dunlin fKICV FOB COIN'I 'IN (iAN. ,

t I \ I In .tli, t ;No.; 11 the board will i Brooker Aug. l.'t.-:Mnny of the i oh. so much t its th' rn<'icury rises. I I vi iiv IIOll i 0.CI.II.II..I, liiil, iiii' ,. (,2"112 i It O O".nrd. I t, I
f-; Mil | f'oiiil| "iiilint, ,, .
-ii) per lent of their assessin young folks here attended lunch at 'I 1 he rlniminglcHH DTCHH iv I I.., I Oi III I .1.1.. 1'1..'0.' I VII /I 0

t t.. t ...I! them in financing their I I W '1 WI.I.KH.; ; I 0.. .nlii 1.nml,") ft loimlvr.illon' 0 r.. I
i.in I San I is! Sunday.Mr. The other day I was particularly ai i t 0 li 11 i 111'tut' c...iirt Vt Hi, I
.' I Ii Ii. . I
I nil the taxes tiro collected for : Ci. li. Col son was! a visitor to fascinated with an unusual little duKurn -- to.r,Mil.I.niliiiitM, 'l'Oi 'I .

i. i i > i'iir.I1 (;11 inl'MvilleIonday.: in delicate lint of orchid thif- + + + + + + + 4 + + 4 + + 44I. T".1 0',, I' llnoniio Otto <'J.T, Tlt1. I'
1 I., l"nu'J agreed to pay one-half oft a I.\I.; ; ;\O""Cr-i'; ) I 4 1 I IIIIIMI' 'I lo I I' ,I'ltliln. A .InimiKrMilonIOHIIIIIV '
of 1".1 ,
[Dr. W. F.id: : t fon. Thu! wuit-t was collarless\ with n roriii.riitioo. . II. ,
'tI' .,i.il: cost of materials for n ileepto + A + + + + + + + + + + + + + M rffililw. Mar
was' in our town :Monday morning. /\2i ; M"nit lofiiiKoii .lohn 0 Aliixninlor. timhnirt,
: the neckline 't I1
'." down at :Miller school.! | hemstitching at and hut- / .-.------..- -- I In"" N I. 0;..,.. .r.h"J 0 00. Kn.l. J J. Ii V.cl: '
Input
:Mrs. 1'. M. B.irrfoot and daughter, toned at the bnik. The skirt was "I 00 pru puS 'ii fIfH ASI> i ,lit:in, nuts W 1 I.HIIHnmiii, -I C!. t I.nn-. John C. Mm: ,
1 'i- hoard is to furnish shingles to ;i Ine; spent Thursday with relatives at I .Ml ,..r ..!.... inilililnl I to I hi. l.Hint,, of W II I .1 I I h \rl. ....... l-Vnnriii, I. MrCnll. I rank .1.
,,' the Thurston schoolhouse. slightly\ draped nt thileft side which I ,i.u'rIiIO, ,lull of llrnilfonl Couoly, l. ,...1.1". \'f.I,'.. v. 'J'h.mn W. I.". e".I. 'Idibrin -
.t.
i negro Pine Hill by the way is to be a popular full fea . ".. .1., ..ri. .......I..d I.. |..y Ihflr nil ill MM I : if*'tiry, rimliln *n 1'1.! huard elesignated the Lake ButI Little :MISH Kiln: :Mae Ilu/.en is: on 0,',i'0, noil nil! pontoon hnvloie rlrtimH I* fMntliiiilivh.ifie n'sIi'nrrp: un aun., I I 0
I ture. The sole trimming and charm ,, , ttri'.wnYou
"t 0 Iiusi ) nttttfi ..n* riiiiilf'il. to >r* I. .
I!, l
ink' as the depository for Kaifordinfi the sick list this week. ", th, iluly. itiillif ; : '
> ni ntirn*> | within CII..rNO.
of f \
the creation girdle of throe oni yiir
was .
.mt. sinking and bond funds and a ,.. l Out.. .0,,,*. or thfy will, I IM, ?fr.'v.r, Imrrfil I iifiil, fnrh h. n hy ruuilrml' .! It
|j Dr. and, :Mrs.! J. W. Bishop and lit. narrow ribbons, in emerald green deep 'Hun, ,lli boy of Autruiit. I N IS. to I..< and) m\ft\ ,..r ",*.r..a the Judtfc .>f tintflrrult .
I.ak, Butler interest srhking and bond' ft Alachua were in our town J. I.. irMDKIIIMI.. .mirt for th* Ktwhth: J-i.lirml' Circuit ,
fund. tIe son violet and salmon pink. which formed 'I', ,01"I '.0,'",.,. of Frlliiln: of w. II 'llniliTlilll. 0 nf .I.'n.' in and for Mrii>1fiinl. ruiinty, nn th. I
j I last Sunday afternoon. a loop bow and long ends at the waistline ill. .....iMf il. dh( 0, 'Is. nf. lrt.jtM>,. 1111.I nt, th.. ('oiirthoijn, I.
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The board fixed the bond of Bank of i iStnrke I In until 1 ( '''''v. r H 'Mill tif < !' | :Mr. Kred Hazen was the guest of where the fullness of the draped f.lii.nt ..hihiool| awninftt you, 'in Hit,hi court by 0
at $ J.OOO and Lake Butler Bankat Sunday after : ( F. Til DUtrilllS:' A SO> r IIF-III flll'I.' It. fl 1"'II"M"1 I
Reddish J
:Miss :Mamie skirt was caught .
$:!.OOO() to handle the funds of the up.Simplicity I All |n.mon.i Imlrhtpil to th. mint. of J. .:. Th .. County TcliKraph |I. hrrfhjrilitniunHU'l I I
I 1I..n ..".1 I..u. W iIon. louof 'llmilforil HM n flcWSIi.Oer| In which him m ,
bond districts. noon.Mr. I of course dominated and .."ty. ttorhlii. ......,......,1. are '"'|,".*. .fl to pay te .h..1 I .. ",/liHh.l for vltrht conMicutivMTNKHM .. ,
The Tax i iI'lutrict ; J. I D. Baxter was attending to was the secret of its successful ap .>fr Hiiifl, ili.tit.1 forthwith "".1 nil.. |i'''rifonii .
returns from Rosier Special "", claIm against sad. fntHtif ftr. ,..|,,,..ft- \ my hiin.l) nfl.1) the **mof\ nnl.l 0
were received and canvassedwith business in Alachua Saturday. pearance. But then simplicity always to prmfnt them duly ..u\l."I1..1| within Cit his Ihr .1.1/itny' ,'f July, till I..
weekend I with year from thin d... or they will .IN, for- I 11.:01.. W. '1'. \\FKKM.:
the success The
means a I Ont KeiiHtm fur.
Spurt
Mrs. T. B. Shirley spent gown. .
the following results : Trustees, .. herr.") r.'I rk irrult Court Mm,lfur
J. M. Rosier J. W. Gaskins and J. S. with her son :Mr. W. Shirley. of) youthful frock illustrated i is .severely lion iap' with fringe lu'isclv Thin 7th dny of A""...,. .1UIHV >> Mrf "'OI.I.IM, ....,,,. l"lorilg, '

Rosier; and three mills: were assessed. Trenton. simple, yet for that very reason is a over the left ear i is a delightful! .',.'" ..r l*:>tnt. of J.\t. K WII.8ON.. anil I..ur* I .,... .," Mn.Solicitor .

The board adjourned to meet first :Messrs. G. W. Lurramore T H. Pin- high achievement in the art of dress plement to this 1.,, t1J1\I' which .. Wilwin dcpiMpil. fur Cumpeinnt.: 1 ..1.01 0

Monday in September.T. holster and I. W. Pinholster, Sr., spent It-sign. the most dashing white nips. :sorit<< SOIKK I OK FiNAI. IHSi nIRCr.

B. PIN'HOLSTER:' last week in St. Petersburg. They I Informal dresses are worn now almost And then of course tennis or Hit mnnlhH nfti.r ilnti :: rfHf I will' prp.pnt .
nml flnnl month ftr oboe hi rr.w.nh
Att
:. R. POPPELL Dr. King of Lake Butler wam mal evening dress only at some ultra ing ii, iw designs: in f,"rti sliithes. ..".y. H'.mln. ami) ....k for my flnnl ui,., nh!. ) 1,,. andi.
,,.lcninl' trutor of thti 1.Ho..1 "" .1"1' k for my
Secretary and Superintendent.Theressn our town Sunday evening.Mr. I extraordinary affair. The exitinacon. port ilothes mu'"! rei w their I: uIerO h,a.ii 7. itt i r* iua.I. nt.ta nf w. II 1 f.ot, .., .h",,. AtlmlniMtriittjr' .f the tntj.v"of .

S ditions have exerted a noticeable In- I'roni.t'rttlofl' ; for how often do Th.H h.. toO day of %.,"u.t. 1 P. A. Crosby, one of lirooker'ssuccessful J. I.. UNIiKIUfll: I.NOTII I.. .d.
TIIERE.: \ fluence over the women of today in the fill in when onedoes nut know ifl'., A.lml", rio'', thus the 2'tb!( 'Ia, t>f %fnrrh. 1914

farmers was the first. tit< -lection of her wnrdrohoF'or, in- what t" wear' Th' dross j 1 - J. V. CI>WAItnfl,
the local market last -OF Gi1'A l-an-fl mo. A'lrnlniitnktnr.NflTIC .
cotton
place on Slit 4 5 HAI.Krhutv
---l.aFt\ Tuesday il"'d the utino.t, ill 'rotion here I particular1! uttraitive for J . .
Aug. l I': week. I ( care anti -< i I .''i uftftr .'*.. hfrof ,,, -'- ---- -- - - -

111"" <.18. 3 vVo rn, I roci'ivril, n t<'','- I. mn-t be use.I. in the election ..f her joun L'irl, with ..1lim.. graceful 'll'lh' ,I I.IV of Auirwt Isis I will,on"t to All) .K TO .flMITOK') I A\fl < K.. III. r... 'I
I I. I ttlif C.;
Pram from her husband who is em- Mr.! S. V. Andreu made a business clothes now To go into the shop-i and UN?. I' s devp"pi| d 1 in i' | Brn.lf.Hon. rl d.Io'I. C.unly.fieo.; .\. finrdlnfr.r-oriln| for('nun,.,. "I,i,.Iv.,1 l-r' Alter nit p',hI.TM"IIM l lnr.I <.r 'Mdt..1. toiintv kMlllli. tdcn*!..1.!

ploved! trip to Worthington Wednesday after-:I wool .' and t right ..11)! ,.., .. .. .. n nr* r*.| .tf.1| (. r "v thlr until, ). .0. t I"'* ret 61-
Merrill-Stevens: shipyard ind i'gc in fanciful luxuries is hut a ,i< ey, Ie"/'II ni ..va. .1. the *" -*..M u"n I' ." with iiml, I ..riff hltvfn.r <. m, n" t

Hating he had gotten hurt. She left nron. I memory. More[ human things o hIs. _ _ _

Miss Vpra Surrency of Pine Hill I collar. The I Ifpn, Iriakn K .. .... saint "r r.q'wsIeoO t. or. ,' ihvtvIH 0
immediately for Starke where oht'k th. large pock"ts are nfl' Mary C'a'ml.? tin .1. .**. or th y otoil !*. forser bnrrvd.Th .
I our time and reflection and clothes { and, to th. follitwInaT .I.aerilu..l. l !Isn't l to- .. .
( the train for .T.i--t : mvt.le: and spent Thursday here with relatives. tached and button on the peplum : !<..ulhw..., Cleanii? XouthtV"' the .i'.i"i .fa" of July.' 1 1. *.

tip /r .. '. lying at '*.. Luke\ hospital; and while here visited the normal J'' have only a secondary claim in our match the button-over effect, of J 1 .. Ililf Vortt.wp.1! f/".... ..quar1uoh .r r.so. .'- 'MrAlva' ,.frn1 \ 1 Ornathy,ni| ,mlm'Tii, find.)' ,(i !. I AUrnathy.rlm'n 'I' ."..-H\..-
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sentiment .t.ut. of F! I" .t..d.1L 0
B. Shaw. rim "
the Prof. A.
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S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR\.n. STARKE, FLOIUDA. nun.\Y, AUGUST 16. t'''' .
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I'' ff'0- -- -- tal and i is here with her That evening Wuldron "i '
bride, attractively attired in a traveling 'S
I \ / suit, completed the picture and C. B. Roberts.Mr. motherIrll'1 Netta. lie her was liiiiiiftiwl . ,
observe
gracloimnr--
became at once thu centre of attraction : O. \\Maines; and wife, of :MontiMicha / I S
1 Love'sMessenger Her eyes' were. sl'atrkIusonic ..
I t t'I. us they took their positions in front of attended church here Sunday; nl'Wr11 t Joy Iniuually " '

'I. Items \ the minister. Rev. Alfred Even l'n Mr. und Mrs. George Harry and she lifted a foldedIi.". (

;; [ F County News performed the ceremony anti Immediately Miss Olive Murihee motored over to stand. "Gjp; wus a fnltli: i" ''I

: Po, after the ceremony congratulations Sampson City Sunday afternoon. j Kl'r.Ir.: Hosslter," she -. .' |II", ,
II' I were in order. j Rev. J'eeples and uugh.tel'IiSR: lines are beautiful."

I. Interesting facts Gathered During the Week by Our I :Mrs. Griffiths entertained a few invited Bessie: of Raiford, came Friday and By VIRGINIA LEEI "The Hues" repeated Ii "t, ,r

'I' Regular Correspondents.L.AKI guests at a delicious wedding are the guest of Mr. and :Mrs. L. C. vaguely. "

j t feast in honor of the bride and groom Smith. While here they have deliver- I "The poem. "
I <( I"
ered interesting sermons.
and the occasion was thorouirhlv, en- some very 'I
7- -- "" I supposed" and th ..
arrived woodland N '
of Palatka -
I'ev.lrGuire, Matt Hums stepped from a 'Ia
joyed. i I
:No'rEs.Ii :: I :S< hool for the coming! t..rmtillS; Ep- ,, | 'i|' little bush floundered. Itut timer cotifuv, 'it'|,.
; E: IUILKK: | :Mr.[ Wooten left on Sunday afternoon :Monday afternoon and will begin a path. past the edge of a
successful. told of Gyp bringing her
I has been a very 'I the / tini i I' 8Dd
person and deposited upon
series of meetings this evening. They guarded covert
to report for duty at Gainesville
14. Mrs. T. I 1) teacher in Luke Butler High School I well filled. lie she supposed-she supposed
L Luke Butler, Aug. will continue until Sunday and greensward u basket' ,
orders to perhaps ,
and declare I"
upon receiving prepare I "I ItosHlter rel''' \ I
her her
several days for the pust few years and many !'chutkleil anti grunted with e'lell'ntTh..n
I'roctor after spending! ( invited to ..
longer.
Everybody
S I| for removal to another camp, sent for embarrassment by saying uft! h.. hid
relatives returned to her ,, friends wish her success in her new I self-sutNfuctlon. his eyes rested
here visiting attend. I read the lines "Miss lird -.,
his bride who left for Gainesville on ",,, '
, I boyish.fiieeI. "
home in Starke WedlI' day. She was location. I Ij Monday. They passed through Law- j I We are sorry to report that little with a quick tender light/; upon n he added In II low Intense i t...,. i",,,

( l accompanied by her mother-m-law. I|j :Mr. and :Mrs. N. e. Roberts visi and toy Tuesday ufternoon, Mrs. Griffithsi :Mildred Walker: is no better. Dr. :Mid- his, Junior Invalid-looking,who sat with nmn his many buck Just my sentiments und- stare
Roberts were years
,
.I' Mrs. .1. K. Chastam and children niece, Miss Myrtis i joining them here and making the dleton is the attending physician and to II tree dozing. I At thut critical 11\1>1111'111 \ ,',

St L spent several days this week with Mr. i' itors in Lake City Friday. |' trip to Jacksonville to bid farewell to ill doing all that can be done. A nurse Beside the latter was a pad of blank mother came Into the room
:Mrs. Tom Townsend and children i avowal trembling on his "
'"' C'hastain's parents in Columbia. )j I the slodier groom, who left for Camp has been in attendance for the past I paper and a pencil nnil alongside of ciig/: : ,
have returned home, after spending j the expectant, blushing face ''
weeks. folded, .sheet. Both Matt ?
two these was a
business Jackson
II. KoHt-nberg a Tuesday night.
:Mr. was
his lost Its furcO '
weeks' with relatives in own :; u
d several Mrs. Allie Salonc and and his friend, or rather charge of his, I
\iitor in Jacksonville Monday. I I I Mrs. Griffiths and the bride returned daughter I dron Hosslter left the rosi -
Gainesville. | *j
6 ., Miss Mabel( Ilrown of :Miller, visit- 'I|, Miss Ru.ssic Ware stopped over herea to their home in Lawtey on the night I Bertha, attended church here. Sunday. I were smoldering tattered wood ns to lire raiment, some, and handy a cottage that night feeling th 1'a\ i ;

-d friends in Lake Butler Tuesday.rx I|I train. The short honeymoon had been .- -- closer to Nettn than ever be' ,-,
Over-
W. I
few hours with :Mrs. M. | utensils iiinile, the whole presentment
) Miss liertu Greene left Sunday afternoon .I i street Thursday on her way home delightfully" spent auto riding and in I II Cottage cheese is an ideal hot tniinpllke In Its sugBestlveness.! He assayed to trace the s,' cm ,,f

1 for Dukes, where she is get1ting from Dowlmg Park, where she had ''sixht. s'einlr here and in Gainesville.The I! weather meat substitute. No skim "Poor fellow'I" soliloquized Matt. the poem next duty Taking i \i J ", 1B
I I1 I them milk should! be allowed to to waste.A him Rosslter went over the r, n.. of
music class. congratulates go till I II
SI up! a j ) who is community "At the rhymes again I suppose
been visiting her sister, Ruby, .
(S ) :Mrs. II. F. Pnester and children left I Ii. |I I and hope for the safe return of the quart of full milk will make abouta fiy, -famous luck !I" he added, witha the day previous. When th"> mil
\\. teaching over there. neared, the hide-out of the trim ,.
Tuesday morning/ for Baxley and other -I soldier boy to his country and his half-pound of cheese. The wheycan kind of hilarious cheer to his tones he
'S I Mr .and Mrs. W. C. Townsend and be used in the form of punch !and darted towards It. Erick !DOHII. W uj
tl visiting friends bride. for the other had suddenly awakened.
c't points in Georgia, Iva who have seated under: shady tree", .
daughter, ;Mrs. Sprinkle, it's mighty good to moisten the feed llngerlafily" at a riIifl ;.
Brick I> glanced
'L ( will be for oane
( : and relatives. They away been spending the past two months at ---. of little thicks. the basket and then Inquisitively at the This! was suggestive to Kosslter II,

I some time. their home at Salt Springs, returned COTTON:. COMING: : IN:. AT GRAHAM: ; S face of the other. approached and engaged; Krlrk: ia < onversatlon. .

Mr. R. II. Greene and daughter, Mrs. home Thursday.Mr. BRINGING:. : 50 CENTS: PER POUND: Grocers receiving eggs they expect "You sold the Io'm'" he questioned" Soon he knew that lit vug

George Faircloth\ and Lee Greene motored Tom Chustuin, who is workingfor to keep on hand any length of time eagerly. the poet whose effusion had puvt-d the

S to Jacksonville Saturday to visit the government in the Jacksonville Graham, Aug. 14-Mr. J. .P. Roberts should not wash them, even if they "1 did, and no trouble at all. Oswald way to happiness.

S Mr. George Fuircloth who has recently shipyards, spent the week-end in bought the first cotton that was are dirty. The dirt is wholly on the & Ewing Just exactly grabbed It, antI Then Matt appeared." Waldron RolloIIlh.r

., S ? undergone an operation in Dr. Lake Butler with home folks. brought to Graham from S. D. Dukes I I, outside, and only affects the appear- say I ordered another one for a big was gentle hearted and sympa-
ance of the The shell of an
egg.
Rogers' sanitarium. the of fifty cents egg sale they've got on for Saturday. I
S : Mrs. M. E. Roberts and two daughters paying sum per is covered with a gelatinous substance
;( 4 Mrs. Motes of I'alntka who has Mrs. Addison pound for same. i !got two dollars and we're fitted out .
Miss Jessie and Drew vhich preventa air and germs from
I been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. A. were business visitors in Starke Messrs. R. W. Surerncy, Fagan, Geiger entering the eggs. Washing destroysthis with viands for three days. I happened .

Sullivan, returned home Thursday. Barry and H. D. Wnsdin were all substance, and they soon spoil. to mention about you and our 'yI
Friday. fix and the head of firm
got quite
iS S The club room is open for work every J. W. Townsend and family have returned transacting business in Starke MonIday. ;Millions of eggs are spoiled every Interested and said he'd ie double; the
Monday, Wednesday and Friday year by washing them.WEDNESDAY.
.4 I II
to Lake Butler after
spending I price If you made the poem a funnyone.
i S afternoons for the Red Cross. Everybody 'several months at their home at Orange I Mr. Alvin Wasdin made a business S ."

invited and urged to come and Springs. I trip to Jacksonville Monday. : : "Now, Isn't that fine I" cried Erick,

fl;,, 4! do something: in this great work-one Mr. B. M. Wilson, who for several Rev. Riggs, of Starke, and Rev. In :Spite; of :Stiffened; Hun Resistance his wan face aglow with pleasure.

'fo; of our country's greatest needs. years was druggist at the Lake Butler I Woods, of Brooker, were here on busi- French :Make Advance in South I "Cheap too cheap," declared Matt

S Mr. I'eck, of Starke, was a welcomeS Drug Store, and who several weeks ness Monday.Mrs. The strength of the German opposition wagging his head IIlIph>ntly. "Why, If

visitor here lust week in behalf of the ago took charge of the Anti-Monopoly: Eula Wilson, of Waldo, was against the allied troops, from we were fixed: so you were comfortable

L Red Cross work. Drug Co., ut Oenla, has moved his here Monday shopping. immediately north of the Somme river -I find easy In your mind you could turnout

:Miss Bessie Kennedy, who has been family to
S taking/ teachers training course in the lose Mr. and Mrs. Wilson from our trip to Waldo Monday.Mr. has checked for the moment a fortune a jenr."
normal Madison: for the past two : Irvine left here Tuesdayfor least their I / ; 1
i", I little city but wish them success in Dyal at march eastward in the I "That's a dream Matt" Bald Krlcfc
'S. months is visiting homefolks this their' new location. Trilby, where he will visit his sister process of clearing the Amiens-Mont-; sorrowfully. "You overestimate me, I I

# week. I Mr. Tom Chastain, of Jacksonville, :Mrs. Annie Hilliard. I dither sector of the enemy.It I clear old fellow that you are. I ran I'I"t't'

,' ; :Mr. and Mrs C. C. Williams are receiving spent the week-end with homofolks returning Mr. Chesley Fogg and Rev. Smith has not however pi'evented the Jingle: together a few simple rhjmes, I

S lonRiiilulations upon the arrival to Jacksonville Monday morn made a business trip to Gainesville French on the extreme southern end of but real poetry takes genius and I'm '

.) of a girl at their home Aug. 6th. ing. Tuesday.Mrs. I the line from winning additional advantageous I a long way from having I that,"

S Mr., and Mrs. T. M. Rimes, of *- .--- L. C Smith and :Mrs. Henry points> of !great strategic "Is that so?" vociferated Mutt stormily -

S Worthington Springs visited their LAWTEY: :NOTES i ;: Ward were business visitors to Starke value in the hill antI forest region between "1 know t'tterhat did. we do

t daughters, Mesdames C. F. Rivers und \ Wednesday. I the Oise and the ;Matwhere at the last poem town,on where a new you city wrote hullthie.y Bdedication I II II'If

A. C.! Strickland, last week. I.nwtey, Aug. 15.-Rev. Wilson, of :Mr. Cliff Strickland, of Ahtchua was I Lassigny and Noyon are the ultimate were putting; up? Five dollnrs

-. :' Mrs. II. H. Stanton has charge ofg Jasper, occupied the pulpit of the :M. here on business Tuesday. objectives, and the capture of which 'I from tin orator of the occasion. Anti '

S\\ b :g' the junior Red Vross work here ami E.: church South, last Sunday morning Mr. anti :Mrs. A. Lane attended the not alone would result possibly in the I' the little two-line rhymes you got up

S the children lire perfectly delighted to and evening. Rev. Wilson came revival meeting ut Monteocha Wed forced evacuation by the Germans of I for n party (If some joung folks. Ten -. 4,

S KnoAv Hint even they can do somethingfor in the absence of the pastor, Rev. G. I nesday. I'I the :Noyon Roye:\ Chaulnes line, but i rents apiece and forty of them. Say, -

their country. They have been S. Henderson, who is helping with a j t Rev. Dyal and wife passed through also would have a marked effect on the 1 Albert Tennyson would have doted on

very busy. the last two weeks making revival at Anthony. Rev. Henderson ''here Wednesday enroute to Monte. battle line running southeastward past you, a nil, Lord' I ty ion would have made I/j S

cr hospital. quilts. recently helped with a revival at \VIIUI ocha where he will help conduct a revival Soissons and, thence along the V'esleuer. you his close pal." f7

The friends of Miss Inez Crabbennd chula and much good was accomplish i meeting conducted by Rev. . 1rlclt smiled I Indulgently I and then.
the two fell to the
I discussing ediblesthe
'". Mr. V. Ii. Stewart were somewhatnuiprirtcil ed., i Riggs. The battle line in the north and on basket contained., 'l'1I< Both Were Tattered.
'Yl'rl
S to hear of their marriage I Mr. Ott, of Jacksonville, and :Mr. I :Mr. O. W. DYllllllude a business tripto the center remains virtually as it tramps, homeless friendless but one

I which occurred. nt the home of the Russell: with his daughter, I Ruth, of Waldo Saturday. I stood Monday, although all the allied I was a poet In a way. and the other thetle. lie was full of ft'' >01 i

.', I : M u ',> : ....' ".. W. K.: Wade, Jlelmllr I New Mexico, were guests at thq homeof I :Mrs. \V. 1'. Byrd left here Saturday I troops have bettered slightly their i had! a !great: purpose I In view a lid.) they. towards the twain, for liml '

St., Jacksonville, Monday evening. :Mr. and Mrs A. II. Harley Sunday. ; for Williston where she will visit her I stands anti taken additional prisoners.The I were by no means of the ordinary drift poem brought :Netta nearer ti"See I I'

t S After a short wedding! trip they will Willie Godwin; returned to Lawtey mother, :Mrs. Phinney.Mr. Americans and French at last accounts of hoboes. I here, friends," he -p"k' 'I 1 iii ill
I
: lie ill home in Jacksonville. The :Monday from :Milltown, On., where he : J. R. Reynolds and son, Frank, were still in the environs of Matt Burns, true professional, had I mightily Interested In your I'' t
want to \
Telegraph joins their muny friends in has been visiting relatives. made a business trip to Starke Satur; Bray north of the river, while south picked up Hrick" Donne, who was the have n bungalow help'you on (the In yom In'"' S

IS wishing them a happy and successful The young folks of Lawtey are having day. I of the river the Germans; continued in I liou poorly" paid The latter clerk' of n cheap bulging! down In Florida, vacant III' .

( !S voyage on their matrimonial ship. good times these days and they I Mr. Dewey Strickland and sisters, possession of Chaulnes and Roye anti 1 e.to do n man's was work frail and sickly, unMe year. What say you to 1 g.u'" "' "
a 1)11351clan -
s Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bassett were seem to have taken a special fancy to I Lillie nnd Hattie, of Waldo, spent the seemingly they intend to held those had told him t that he could not fare paid, and becoming" can 'IK "i

$ S pleasant visitors in Jacksonville Mon chicken pilau. Another one of those I week-end here with their brother, :Mr. at all hazzards. Fresh reinforcements I I live long unless he located permanently I want to use It? Then w.,' ,,11a" '

c4 day. delicious feasts was given on Thursday Lige Strickland. and large numbers of guns have been In a warm climate. some permanent arrangement-"
..
4'.S Mesdames William Johnson, Onie of last week this time at the residence -I :Mr. Henry Ward was n business visitor brought up by the enemy' in his endeavors I Big.hearted Mart took a fancy to the "You don't mean It, boss

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Pon4, Mamie Henderson, II. N. Stanton of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Pearce to Starke Saturday. to hold the line which is essential young fellow. lie grew proud of his the d'lIghhld Mutt. hone, r..if-. nf

II. F. Stanton and J. K.: Muines and it was given for Pearce Jones anti I I Mr. Pcrary Byrd and sisters, Ethel to the German armies now in poetic efforts, he experienced a certain gratitude In his eyes, while Enl'k

S spent the day at Worthington Springs his friends. Everybody had a good and Mabel, were visitors to Waldo Sat the pocket described by the Somme on satisfaction In becoming "the patron voiced his! appreciation of tht kind
of a man of genIus" offer with sincere emotion. Rn'sit"that
j$ Tuesday.. time and none of those present would urtln)'. the north and east and the Oise on the :" i'tta,
I.. A. Duncan and family business have suffered "I've adopted you, Erick," he said evening again called upon
ii were very much if they had I Messrs. J. P. Roberts II. K. Mills south. stated
"I lit'
one day. "I'm have found the poet,
going to
Flor-
visitors in Gainesville lust week. not been allowed to eat another meal I and Mrs. E. T. Stewart made a busi- The Germans are not merely on the ida before the get you to snyly.
I cold
sets in anti
bunk
Miss Inez Markey, who is taking for a week. That chicken pilau was ness trip to Starke Friday.Mr. defensive. At salient points here and I down In some snug spot there, and you Indeed?" murmured Netta.

commercial work in Gainesville, vis- fine and there was plenty of itbutit : S. D. Dukes, of Ziff section, there they are delivering violent counterattacks shall develop your literary abilities "Yes" and Rosslter recited ut'' the

k ted homefolks here Monday, returnngot all disappeared. wns here Tuesday on business. against the allies and are while I work the roads, see?" And circumstances of the case

her work :Monday afternoon. Inez The Indies of Grace M. E. church Messrs. O. J. and F. L. Abernathy also bombarding fiercely the rear areas. now they were currying out the pro I "The young poet says lie lame a great

. S .' says hhc is progressing nicely with were delightfully entertained by Mrs. I made a business trip to Gainesville gram. : wish" continued Ilosslter.

' v. her work und expects to complete the Dr. Brown at her residence on Main Friday. Notwithstanding the enemy's efforts "What's the new screed. Erick?" "Which Is?"

... course in two more months. avenue on Thursday of last week. It :Mrs. D. J. !:y'dII daughters, Ethel however, Chaulnes is receivinga Inquired :Matt, as! he noticed the folded "To write out his congrntulim!: n f'lf
:Miss :Margarita who hast was the I I sheet lying!: on the grass. my wedding., Nettn" and he In DeU1"
S Loughery, semi-monthly meeting of the und Mabel, and Mrs. L. C. Smith mighty visitation of shells from the
been taking teachers Ladies' Aid "Oh that Is n set of rhymes of the er to her "Pare I hope thnt M mat
training course and was divided into three attended the revival at Monteocha on allied guns, and Royo has been so encroached "
love
l in Madison the past two months, is sessiona-.Jevitional. business and so-;i i I I Thursdnv. I upon that it is now under sort, answered Brick casually. be our wedding! ?"
n "I
never was In love. imf '1..,P'? 4i.4 wi'l!' In
And Erick n.mnn Imnnv ant
S t S visiting friends. in Lake Butler this I cial. The ladies were there in goodly I Master Eugene Abernathy is on the heavy cross fire from both north and kind,; of stuff I would- v itIt"; I were.:" his new Southern 'nest'of ('nmnfirtre-

week. number and there was some quilting Kick list this week and we wish him a south and seemingly both towns ultimately "Send It to some mugiirlne, Erick ceived" the a fee
order for the
poem
Mr. and :Mrs J, W. Townsend work done. The social session speedy
were was recovery. must be evacuated. An added suggested Matt, "and maybe you'll months later.
j business, visitors in Jacksonville. lastS made particularly" pleasing by the I Mr. Earnie Howling anti wife, of danger to Roye is the fact that the catch on."

Saturday.Mr. passing of the punch anti other 1 Waldo, here French Hut Erick smiled
equally were on business Thurs- in their operations are knocking dubiously, for he Easy to Increase Acreage.
,( : \V. E. Loadholu, of Jacksonville delicious refreshments. The guests day. T* at the door of Lassigny about knew that he was simply a rhymester Not Increase! ,ur
only
, visited his family here Sunday thank Mrs. Brown heartily for the delightful ,! Grandma Saxton, of Hampton, is seven miles to the south, and also are I.anil not a poet And when next he acreage of can useful we greatly food crops P h* w'*

returning Sunday afternoon. He was entertainment. I here visiting her son, :\[1r. Ishom Od- pressing forward eastward toward sought to show his love verses to :Matt Impressive and expensive meil .'" "*

., accompanied back by his little eon, I Rev. Alfred Evenden preached at gen, for n few days.I Noyon in a wedge driving maneuver 'I later on the wind had blown them draining/ swamps anti Irrigating/: 'I. -. n*

S Dell.. the Saxton Methodist ihunh Sunday I I :Mr. R. W. Surrency and Mrs. J. II. which is not only outflanking Roye away for or something their else was responsible and the homely one of plowing II paSo

.- :Mrs. E. R. Marschburn, of Thutta-I afternoon and the house was full. Mr. 'Surrency visited relatives at Brooker but briging Noyon daily nearer the :I I ance. mysterious' disappear I tures anti. brush patches 1 hu> 'I'> 'J-

hoochee is visiting her parents 'Mr. Gun; II Beavers accompanied Pastor Sunday. range of the big/ guns. I I Thl I perts have also been faithful! 'pIIDftilt

nnd Mrs. (L W. Alderman.Misses I Kvenden!:: anti both were entertained j i I j,. Mr. and :Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son, Unofficial reports are to the effect little fox was terrier responsible trained: a by dog Its, a Indulgent smart. und such unpalatable", but now .h> .ere'(UI
that
: Ruby and Jessie Roberts and, for super at he home of Mr. and :Mrs. Paul were pleasant visitors to Brook. that the Germans fearing capture in : master to carry small packages la promising' truths as .
age jleld' of of the great
Thenie Knight and Mr. Tom Chastuin : Svvanbom. ;(er Sunday. I the pocket between Roy and the Oise''': Its teeth. Unnoticed by either of the wheat outs, barley any potatoes' ,i- wfl*

S spent Sund.iy in Lake City. I I The sermon announced by Rev. Alfred An impressive scene took place I, already are retreating along the Oise !I| tramps little Gyp hud scurried across half that of the average/ yield '

Miss Edna Motes a charming young Evendon for next Sunday morning here Sunday afternoon when R..v'l|I valley toward Noyon and if the state- ':i the grass, picked up ths folded, sheet the countries of western n"

Indy of Puliitkn, it. visiting her sister, ] in Grace: :M. E. church U, "An Exciting : Riggs, of Starke, led :Misses Edith Salome || Pients should prove true it is not nn anti holding It daintily scampered back that we have plenty of mall' :I

Mrs. J. A. Sullivan Scene Between Christ and a and Effie Broughtmnn in the wa, likely that the entire German; battle I to the side of Its strolling master. anti Improve.

Miss Lillie Col son lift Saturday afternoon Number of Hog Owners." tir and baptized them in the name of line to the north will give way in unison Waldron Hosslter noticed that his This Inferior yield from .'Ur
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for Atlanta, where) she will ttootvn-Grifliths ,i the Father Son and Holy rihost. The and, that even there be 'i' canine favorite was carrying a scrap less American soil Is due pur'" *"

'S take a special course in millinery for Cupid seems to be putting in full lonuipgntion:: then assembled at the of the enemy may front a from readjustment -I of paper In his mouth, but that was! not labor applied per acre piirtn 'I' '*'
"
I the autumn season. time these days especially among the planof worship and listene I to the Soissons to Rheims. j ual uncommon attention and h.I I bestowed only cas fertilizer. Here our experts "in "'

J i Mrs( W. G. Ball left Tuesday to visit soldier boys and their sweethearts. word, !,'rful sermon dMiverec' by Rev. / Far to the north from Yprcs to AN He was thinking upon of Netta the circumstance. ward with another overt flier.aging \ thai.' l"'r*
Brlc
.5 ) relatives in I.lIk..land.Ir.: ., flaIlS Yet another conquest has been made Woods, of Rrooker.I S l>"rt there has been considernhlA-- -. ...... .0..1..- I ItiMty certain trace of self-conscloii-mess- and was a Is now Statement, In the light, and of that modern Is 'fr'l\'<

will be away two or three weeks.I I and two more have fallen on the battlefield I: ;\ Andrew Sparks and wife of.I on the part of the British and I apparent In stride and manner as he tural science, practically 11 **<<
I Miss Georgia Epperson who has of love. Loui-c, attended the French forces passed the house'! led
| baptism and *er- against the Germans. where the beloved thing as a poor soil or as an eJbl1u:
been doing high school work in FlorIda Ic Carl Wooten, one of Lawtey's well | x.lee- here Sunday afternoon. I I The latest German communication as- one lived. Itosslter wus of a ehy, re- soil.

State College for Women in Tatlaf -j known soldier boys, and Miss Jessie !; ;Mr and :Mrs. Lando :Mnines and' 1I..t" that all the attacks were repuls- tiring nature and he simply Hffed his
,
f has ee, returned home Friday morn- | Griffiths, equally well known as the child i""en. of Louise attended church I hat to Netta IJrlce on the porch and Not Consilient. ,

S I ing. She was aci-" <)mrtnnic\l! |Iy, her daughter of :Mr. and \u.[ Enoch Grif; here Sunday.Mr. I Il'd.On the Vesle river the Germans in I paused on. Blx-:No. meat for me. I never fa

friend Miss Mary Gl.idney'! a charming '' fiths of Lawtey, were iuietly| marriedat :: [ W. P. Byrd made a business trip attacks against Fismette, which is being him Not too so Gyp ; Miss Netta had fed anything: thut costs the life of u"In',(

S i young lady of Tallahassee, who the home of the bride's parents on to Starke Friday. |I held by the Americans and French The animal many darted dainties to be forgotten. creature ,
In tS
will be her guest: for several weeks. Saturday afternoon at ,I o'clock in the Mr. Roy flirt, of Louise, was a are declared! to have driven the alliesto deposited the love through the gateway .- Dlx-Then drop that potato yOU
Miss Edna Epperson left Friday afternoon presence of few invited friends. '1 I I poem at Net.ta's eating. Don't you know that 1M F'-j
a pleasant visitor here Sunday. I i I the southern bank of the river A feet, received" a chocolate from
lI'd
for Miami where she ha? accepted -: The groom was in full uniform and We are glad to report that :Mrs. Roy counter-attack, however, resulted in box at her side and then rejoined his a ductlon millions of of potatoes costs bugs the?-C*>*w o

a position in the Redland High looked every inch a soldier while the Roberts Is able to be out of the ho.piL the reoccupatlon of Fismette. master. Transcript. poor potato _'

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