Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 16, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04668
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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COTTON MARKET *> Under the rulings of the War 9' ___ .!> TO BE ORGANIZED

, The Telegraph has received, ,

*> ter have to act promptly in the '> of Marion G. Wilson's safe arrival been dangerously ill at his *. dozens of letters from the soldier .

NOT YET OPEN matter of discontinuing subscriptions 4 seas home is reported to be resting easily J I *, boys l to wlir.ju\ it lias "been ont I HERE '
*> at their expiration, and our ,S Mover David L. Williamson, of and is. in the care of a trained' nurse, during the past year free of i1

> subscribers are cautioned to sendS A Camp Johnston, was visitor in Rai- who just now prefers few visitors. | *. charge expressing their pleasure 'Aat .

FARMERS SHOULD HOLD in their renewals promptly on receipt ford Sunday. Word has been received by postal *. receiving the home puller, niul '.'e' HON. A. V, LONG COUNTY

FOR SITUATION TO CLEAR of notice that their time has a Tate Powell Denmark, of Raiford, from the American Ret! Cross at New I we regret that: the ruling of the ''A '

** expired. If this is not done it A has: volunteered for limited service and York that two of Lawtey's soldier boys *.. War Industries Bonn) will compel, .* CHAIRMAN CALLS MEETINGHI:1'I
may he that some of our friends a Robert Blanchard! and Ernest Wells I I to discontinue I them '..
OWING TO BOLL WEEVIL INFESTATION will leave for Camp Green August :30. us sending
s> will lose their : : :\(; WILL UI-: Iml.U:
turn and have to ) -have arrived safely overseas.: Their the with 4'11'e ATTIIKCOURT ?
CROP WILL PROBABLYBE The friends of Private E. L. Simmons I paper our compliments.!
wait .
a while to get their names ' friend are anxiously awaiting news s .io HOUSE: : MONDAY.SEPTEMBER : ,
hope, however that i f \t
of Lake Butler, will be interested many 4'
HOUSED BY SEPT.: 13TII. > restored. For
the next twelve > from them. ,* l'
i them will subscribe or that reluA : ::\ : :2fith.!
to know that he is his
months we must keep our circuta-. to France. on way The secretary of the local lodge -*. lives will subscribe for them, so ,*,

Cotton picking is now very general > tion 15 per cent less than it was > I ;Modern Woodmen of America has received '' # that they may keep in touch with .\ lion. A, V. Long, who was r'ct'ntlynPl'uinh't'

over the county and on account of the I for the corresponding month a > :Mike Futch, another of Lawtey'spopular notice from the lodge at Teen-1' the old! home. When the war is 4' county chairman of tho

boll weevil infestation it is probablethat *' year ago. This does not mean, *. soldier boys, has been quite I ton, N. J.. that Private Guy C. duly *' over we want these boys to come e' State* Council, of Defense, is taking

the bulk of the season's output of course,' that we cnnnot take anew ill with malaria, but is now reported I is ill in St. ;Mary's Hospital, Hoboken.1 I ,*.. 'back to Starke and, Bradford prompt steps to orgnni/.e the Itrudfonl ''T

will be housed by September 15th. The *,' subscriptions Naturally> convalescing N. J. The extent of his illness was '.. county to live and the best way I, County Council of Defense. On Tuesday 7F

weevil is likely to get a very large percent *. there will be some who do not renew :Mr. Bernard Jacobs, of the U. S. not stated. | *, to make sure that they will do ,fr he appointed the members of the )k a

of the top cotton. In fact, it la: '* and we will be able to take *. navy, who has been stationed in New Abner C. Sydbotcn a former well this is to keep up their interest int- county council and mailed them noticesof '

believed by many farmers that the lit. I ". others to fill their places. .>> York City, is visiting his parents, Mr. known and popular Starke boy, who home affairs: and homo folks. 4> their appointment with a request "

tie pest will get all of the top crop. *, Notices have been mailed to all '* and Mrs. Geo. O. Jacobs, of Raiford. was living elsewhere At the outbreakof The management of the T.I.... 4> that they meet with him at the courthouse ,,4

The main question now is how to *. subscribers whose time expires ,aa Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell, of the war, is with Uncle Sam's armyin '*. graph will take every possible 4 in Stark on Monday, September 8

market the crop to best advantage. September let Let us have your Starke, have received word that their France. His sister'Mrs., 1(0'. Me- precaution to see that the paper ,p 2tth! at :2:30! ::
There have been some small lots of remittance promptly if you wish son, Pvt. Charley Powell, Co. D, 308Regt. Cook, writes the Telegraph that he is *' reaches them regularly no matter >* most important! and Mr. Long hits urged

cotton offered in pretty much all the to have the paper continued to 1'y > Engrs., has arrived safely overseas among the boys who are helping to r' where they are stationed. every member to I.>*> present with.

markets of the county, but the buyers .. your address. a rout the Huns. ; out fail.The .

have shown no eagerness to begin buy. < 9aapaa Private Abner Johns arrived home Mr. and :Mrs Wiley Williams, of "" ,a r .i .f .oj> ''A A .i 'A e' .A 4A 4aS members of the County Council

ing. The price now offered is 16 cents > rT.> a.zh.apa..' > Thursday from Camp Wheeler, having Worthington, have lately heard! from __ us appointed are as follows:

per pound, but the buyers tell the farmers been summoned on account of the Grit. their lion, private Joseph' E Williams, LOCAL BOARD MEMBERS: K. S. Matthews, chairman liberty +

frankly that the market has not SCHOOL SCHEDULED TO OPEN ical illness of his father, Mr. M. C. / who is now in France, and his friends TENDER RESIGNATIONS: : I Ii loan committee; J, E. Futch, county

yet opened and advise! them to hold HERE ON SEPTEMBER: SECOND Johns. will be glad to know that he is getting I __ food administrator! ; George C. Livingston -

their cotton until the business gets ona Cards have been received in Raiford along well. His address is Co. I Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Col. W. chairman county labor board; J.

stable basis. This seems the wise At a meeting of the trustees of the rearing the news of the safe arrivalof F, 322 Regiment, 81 Division, Ameri T. Weeks have tendered! their resignations I.. Peek, chairman war savings stamps

thing to do. The farmers should house Bradford County High School Wednesday Messrs. Tison Sapp and Charlie can Expeditionary Forces as members of the Local Exemption committee N. T. I hitch, chairman 11

their cotton and await developments. afternoon it was decided to begin Sloodsworth, both of Raiford, 1 in Friends of Sergeant J. Morgan Dar Board, of Bradford county. Drndfon! County Chapter American

Everything indicates that prices will the term of 1913-19 on Monday, Sep. France by will be triad to know that he led The resignation of Sheriff Epperson Jed Cross' ; Dr. J. P. Tomllnion\ medical 3 3i

be at least as high as they were last tember 2nd. The many friends of Private Seth his class at their graduation from the has been accepted and! Mr. F, P. Shaf I ofllcer local I exemption board; II.J. '

season if the farmers act wisely in the At this meeting !Misses Jeannette Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. aviation school at St. Paul, Minn., a for has been appointed in his ,place. r. Stewart, Lake Butler, chairman

matter of marketing the crop. Don't Matthews and Doris Law and !Mrs. G. Roberts, of Lake Butler, will be interested few days ago. Besides his training at Colonel Weeks has not yet been advised community board; A. A. Durden, 4.

he too impatient to sell. Cotton will W. :Marks (ne Miss Susie Darby) to know that he has safely ar- Kelly's Field, Texas. Sergeant Darby of the acceptance of his resigna lumpton, chairman community board; k

keep for a while. were elected as members of the fac nv.......-..-..... has been through two technical schools tion.Sheriff L. H. Hill, Lawtey, chairman com- i-

of ulty. Mrs. !Marks has declined the appointment Private John T. Reddish, went back since his enlistment in the aviation Epperson found that his duo munity board; A. D. Andrews, Raiford, it
Two of the leading cotton buyers
the have sent the Telegraph tendered to her. This leavesone to Camp Wheeler last week, after corps last December. i i I ties as a member of the board, conflicted chairman community !board; John t
county vacancy in the faculty, but the spending a few days at the home of Corporal William J. Coleman, Camp with his duties as sheriff and' Shriver, Ilrooker, chairman commune

letters bearing on the cotton them herewith situationand trustees hope to have it filled! in timeto his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish Hospital No. 14 3rd Aviation Center for that reason asked to lie relieved I lIy board ; D. E. Knight, Stark, chair- < i lj

we are publishing : open the school on schedule time. of Lawtey. Annex E. I"'. France, states in a letterto from further service. Colonel Weeks nnn community bond; Mrs. R. A.
information of all concerned
for the :
The faculty members who have accepted Lt. Will Wainwright has returnedto his aunt. Mrs. M. J. Kouts, of the> finds that the duties. of the board require Weeks, chairman womnn's committee.
From Senator A. D. Andrews
appointment are as follows: his post of duty at Newport News, Rising section, that he is Retting along too much of his time and wishes These with Mr. Long as chairman and f1 4 .
Raiford, Fla., Aug. 19, 1018. II
High school-S. S. Dowling, prin- Va. This was Lt. Wainwn'ifht'i last nicely in France and that some( portions to be relieved Mr. Jos. K. Wilson UK secretary-treas \ w
(Editor Telegraph, I I 1
I cipal; Misses Delle Stromen and Jean leave of absence as he expects soon to of that; country remind him of,, urer, will constitute the llrmlford f "
Starke Fla. '
nette Matthews. embark for "over there." Bradford county, only not quite so'' :MRS.1LUtlllFf: i: IIAYNES: County. Council of Defense. The Council , .,
Dear Sir-Will allow
: please me
you Primary and grades- Cards have been received by relatives low. In the course of his. letter Corp of Defense is: one of the most important
[ in valuable grammar
to give
jmy space ideas your in regard to the paper movement ;Misses Olive Ray, Doris Law Emilie ; in Highland this week announcing Coleman writes, "I am always glad to''' Mrs. Harriet K.: Hiiyncs! died Thursday of the war time organisations ,.

of 'sea island cotton. I have several Spink, Mrs. J. C. Popped, :Mr. A. C. the safe arrival overseas of John receive letters and papers from home. August/ ICth, at the home of her and, Chiiiiinun Long hopes to get his 1 . 'i
Crews.At I. :Marr, Co. C, :30tth? Engineers, an I The letters from home keep up the son, Mr. O. Haynes of Hampton. Three pram of t the council In working order '-'
[)letters in regard to cotton and I met 1\\
this meeting the trustees also : Brooks Moseley, Co. I, 322 Infantry. morale of the American soldiers over yenrs ago she fell and received! nt once.
Mth the cotton growers and ginners arranged for the of Charles Sheppard, one of Lawtey's here more than anything else.'" j ice from which she Buffered! a il1jur-,1, i,
equipment shop
Ht a meeting not long ago, the purposef a I''deal, until relieved by death. :. .A., *. .> a.. M :.t. ; .a, ,;, ,a-. "
for the vocational
agricultural school l
which meeting only to get such '
and the fencing of part of the groundsfor i ;Mrs. Haynes was horn in Owe district -I II 4. I
[information beneficial
as would be tous CLAY HILL ITEMS: NORTH: STARK: :NOTES: .
all in the cotton the use of this school.! The small !South Carolina, February 27, ' LETTERH: : 'P r
: marketing present I
building on the school property belonging 'iH.'IK: anti came to Florida, with tier '0> *>
crop. Clay Hill, Aug./ 19.-Mr. Ozias Presott Mrn. S. V. Stokes, who for some time a
to Dr. A. L. Scott has been and Mr. Nelson Prescott B. Pad.goplt has 1 parents when quite a young girl. They The Telegraph Is always more 'v
I find we have several little obsta- been visiting her daughter: Mrs.T. .. .
secured for the and settled at Orange Bend on the (Ochliiwiihn '' tluin /glad to !publish! letters from ,
shop Professor / -
kles in our way. One is, I have been and William Padgett were among :M. Williams, left Friday, for Lake ., ..
Informed by the A. P. Brantley Co., of Pope Is already at work remodeling it. the visitors to Jacksonville Friday.Mr. Butler where sho expects to, visit her river, near Lecxhurg and resided our. soldier boys written directly .. I ,
I there ? to us, or those, written to relatives
The of !Starke; and an outbreak of tho Indians
Blackshenr, Ga., that all of the 1916 vicinity are Henry Carter was a visitor to son before returning to her home in ,
take in that section forced them to and contributed to us for of cotton not manufactured. urged to advantage of the training tarke!'; Saturday. LaCrosse
top was : move to I'alatku. While there Unit purpose' also any bits of Interesting .0. i it'
I offered by the agricultural school. living
of Miss; Ma and Carrie Starling were I'I'I
\nother in, that over 20,000 bales ;Mrs. R. W. Seckinger visited, at the information about their .
Farming is the business in father died, the family then moving
|he 1917 crop is stored but not sold up biggest visiting Mr. and Mrs. J B. :MoscleyWednesday. home of T. 1\[. Williams. Wednesday.Mr. I ,.
I the country at this time anti,! is to Greenfield' on Pablo, creek, nearMayport work aril whereabouts. }
> this time. Now, there is five million 1 to remain for ; Luke Fowler foe seen in this where she wan married to > We feel sure that no other depnrtment ,. i''
so many years. !Mr. Richard, Carter of Black Creek \ ,
lollurs ,
tied up in this 20,000 bales of likelY/ 1 .. ..
I neifhhoihood afternoon IN rend with '
Saturday Mr. B. Huyncs June 2, IH5:1.:) Just before greater! interest .
visiting his
otton was grandparents Sunday.
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VIOLATION: OK StIii ;; ( !Mr. Horace Starling the :Miss Viola Thomas! was the weekend the war they located! near Hump- than "Our Boys Over ., ,
The was
War Trade Board has agreed tolet among ,
I TIONSTo : visitors to Starke guest of Miss Etta Williams ton where! they liver until IHIH! when a Here and Over There," but 1-
there be bales ofpytian Saturday. |( .
imported I they moved to Starke. Here "; w i nerd| your co-operation. to'ii
Miss! fda and Carrie Starling and Mr. El: cotton 750 poundsthe .
weighing Retail Food Dealers make it >
: until thu death of her husband n HUCCCHS.IMI'OUTANC
Mr. Theodore ,
bale this calendar brother, Levi, attended church at Max- were visitors i- ,:
during year. Several retail dealers of Bradford to lake after which she mode her home with '" '. ,
le have just begun to (gather our 1918 have violated Rule 2 for ville Sunday.Mr. Kingsley Sunday.Among I 1, l IIr.> J. ,.,, j, i ,;, *
county consumers O. for I
Haynes Sincethat
r')p. and while I want myself and all Eddie Carter passed! throughthe those from here who attended years. ... .:..:.-: ;.. :_:_ \ \\
page 3 of the folder i issued time she has been living with her i
I Clay Hill section church at the arbor
her to for Sunday morn- I IinA' Sunday were '
get every cent we can 27 1918 entitled "General TO :SOLDIERS /
July Sugar son, Mr. O. Haynes of .
ur ,oming of cotton, and have -- .. .. -. . . . Mrs. L'I!. L. Greene and Ron, Jacob; .
crop Killings.:' inis rUle nas neon vminceuby - #
I.\'ays been willing to impart all the the merchant selling sugar for can- Quite a number of the Clay Hill people Misses Livonia Green rheri'ssii and I The deceased was a woman of strong unlucky enough to get captured, .

formation I could get to the cotton ning or preserving upon regular signed I attended Maxvillc church Sunday. Christmnm Kharr, :Mr. T. M. Williams, personality anKreut/ strength ofeharucter. senil" your first prison. camp punt card,

|rowers of our county, I don't believe applications WHICH HAD NOT :Mr. and ;Mrs. S. T. Starling were Miss ;Merrill Williams: and Vundi Wil She was n consecrated to the American l Red, Cross ut Berne" e ,/1,

WI> uld be the proper thing to do tore BEEN APPROVED BY ;\11':. The rule visiting; :Mrs. Joe Starling, of Sapp, liams. Christian having been for over sixty This' In the Hulmtiinri-) the advicawhich }'
devout member of the :Methodist .
the cotton on the market too earth expressly prohibits such sales. In station Friday and Saturday.Mr. :Mr. I D Hitch Green was visiting here years a I the War Department is having .,.
is season. each case application must be made E. II. Carter and, sons, W. If. Saturday ni ht. church. all fleas, (give I lhi men of tho American l .

11 reel there will be a good demand out and signed by the customer and and Louie Carter made a business tripto Miss Viola Thomas as among those'1 Of near relatives she is survived I by> Kxneililiunury; Force before they ,' ]

ft sea island cotton this season, and then it must be signed or stamped by Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. who attended church at Antiorh Friday three sons, Dr. J. O. Haynes, ofi go to thu front in I-'rafice. By Bending ( ,J

hen the government or mills use before sale can be lawfully I B. L. Lang and children, of night. i'i Starke. Mr. W. II. Haynes, of Vidaliii, this post curd to the Bureuti of Prisoners 1

I1n., cotton they have and want uP// me made.In any I Kingslcy, Ga., is visiting Mr. and Mrs Mr. W. B. Kuhl I U, home again after Ge.! and Mr. O. Haynes, of Hampton, Relief( of the ICi-rl Cross at Berne 1 '1

ding it will put new life in the all cases I have refused to endorse David l Lang. pending: several months in the North. also many grandchildren and great/ the ruptured" man sets in motion the 1! I
|n market and those who wait and application for sugar for :Miss Alice Prescott and Miss Clara Misses, F.avonia and :Mary Green visited 'grandchildren, to whom the sympathy machinery/ which will cause! his family ') 'I' ,
Itch until that time will hi able to preserving if the applicant has had 25 Prescott, of Jacksonville, were visit the Mosses Bryant Wednesday. of all is extended. to lie notified promptly and. also\ enables ,I

||en,'i, a Rood' price for their new crop pounds for that purpose since July 1st. ing friends and relatives in this sec night at Crosby lake and while there I The interment took place at the the Red Cross to> I begin shipment "

otton. I think merchant in the county tion Saturday and Sunday. attended the fish fry at Sampson lake. Hampton cemetery Friday' morning to him of twenty pounds' of food every t,1 "

|I reel all the merchants and bankers who has every procured sugar certificates Miss Lizzie Byrd, of Lawtey, was _- i I i Rev. T. L. /. Barr conducting the obsequies. week and l clothing\ tobacco, toilet nr- t 1.1,

")Uld l and will help the farmers outcarrying has received a copy of the folder visiting her sister, :Mrs.! Bud Padgett, I DKATH: OP J. F:. SELE.V ticks and other comforts and luxuries .tl. '

I their cotton until the cot- containing the rules and I see no during the past week. -- as they are needed. \

market really opens up. excuse for such violations of the rule The farmers in this section are now Friends of the young man in Starke / NASSAU COUNTYE4: ; DRY Awaiting the arrival of such cardsor I
busy picking cotton. were very much grieved Wednesday other reliable' evidence that
jl say to the cotton growers in mentioned. merchant who has I an .
'i section of Bradford county that violated this Any rule will be called to accour.t. :Mr. P. Padgett and little ton, Clyde morning to learn of the death of :Mr. In an election held August 20th Nassau 'American is. a prisoner at a camp in t

'ulrl they want to sell or gin any If were shopping in Highland Saturday.Mr. J. E. Scion, which occurred Tuesday | county went dry by 250 majority. Germany the Red: Cross has at 'Herne ..
Fount' of sea island cotton, large or would better you know you without are guilty : B. C. Carter was in Highland night at the family home about three ;(| The victory of the drys was won in the Renens and Copenhagen quantities of

Mil. I will be glad to serve them, and, see me J. E. FUTCH. Friday. miles> northeast of town. :Mr. Solon country precincts, as the city of Fer- food and| clothing which it holds as the

J gin on the terms and !' moved/ with his parents to thu section | nandina went wet by a majority of six agent of the army and navy for the
same pay County Food Administrator for Bradford '
m the same price that any other ire (ft.cP of the Local Hoard i'i; 3t.rkeUnr.oncw from Masiachusetta: about six years ,! votes. This, however, does not affect relief of captured men. The Red, Cronsj.

fling establishment will, or will ad- County. / and register for army aer'l ago. 'He was 26 years of age and was the general result, which is (dry, as the also has supplies of its own for the df <

c* them money on their cotton if BAPTIST CHURCH vice. The reiiuiremst for r,- unmarried. He was a fine, industriousyoung county out-voted:. the city. cure uf captured civilians and many i r

Y want to hold it until later.A. tion includes all who come of age up I man and was very much liked ,, I comforts and luxuries. which it furnishes '
to and Including tomorrow. Kir Avnrvone* who knew him. I CAKIJ OF THANKSWe captured 'Soldiers. and, sailors.
D. ANDREWS CO. The pastor hopes to be in his pulpit w -- '
This registration has iff. Selen ... __
both morning and evening next Sun- no connection A few months ago was I -
From L. A. Duncan day. All other services as usual. whatever with the registration that I inducted into the military service and most earnestly and sincerely FIRST HALE: OK COTTON
will follow the of the left for the determinationto I thank friends for their kin.fI !
Lake Butler Fla., Aug. 19, 1918. Let all members and friends take passage new camp with our many -
t or Telegraph: notice "Come with us and we will draft bill, which will make all men do his part toward winning the war. I neSIl to us during the illness and deathof To S. H. Denmark chief of police at

Starke, Fla. I do thee good." from 18 to 45 subject to military duty. On being examined at camp he was our precious mother and grandmother Raiford belongs, the honor of market- '

Pear) Sir-At a meeting of therida.Ceorgia W. G. LAW, Pastor. This is an emergency registration, ordered greatly surprised when the army surgeon I I :Mrs. Harriet E. Haynes, which ing the first bale of cotton in Bradford
Ginners Association because there are not enough told him that his physical condition occurred on the night of Aug. 14th. We county this season. The cotton

II I /in Jacksonville on August 5th, REGISTER TOMORROW: men left in class one to fill immediate made him unfit for military duty.It greatly appreciate the medical assistance was sold to A .D. Andrews" &: Son on

l" was a resolution passed that all calls. The men who register tomorrow was found that he had heart trou of Dr. Middleton which relieved, August loth, which Is unusually early

Bradford county young min compnir will be called into service during ble. It was this trouble that caused her of much pain and suffering. for marketing as much alI bale of

'Continued on Page 4.) ')f age since June 5, 191:', mutt call at September. I his sudden- death Tuesday night..- [i Her Children and Grandchildren. cotton."If.



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M. McRae, :Miss Sadie Bryant andbrothers Mrs. Kirby Smith was a visitor to
French II.
power behind it to curry the )\ of outflanking both Roye and Eurnie and Frank. Hampton Wednesday She went

I-- fur ahead at is Indicated in Lassigny by a drive eastward in the Williams, ove,
War' lines as James and Frank to meet her mother, Mrs
\1 of the I dispatches telling of the incident. The direction of the road leading southeastward Messrs. their uncle, Goy, of
visiting and
Summary who have been Hawthorne a sister, Mrs
French line from the Aisne to the Oiso \ from Roye to Noyon. for some time, returned Weigh\4\
I :'oIl'. P. Bv Bryant, of Sanford.
% has been inactive since early in July Along the Vesle river front where They expect tll, it.) here

', and at last reports, ran through Au- the Americans and French are hold- home Monday. several days.

FRIDAY the Allies apparently is improving treches to Moulin-Soua-Touvent and ing the line against the Germans there Mr. W. D. :McRae and family visitedat :Mr. Lucian Herrin, of Jaek.," ,
us more troops are Inrvlel, at Vladivos the Car- 1 reciprocal artillery Sunday. mie]
considerable McRae
i f British and French Battering Away' thence northwesterly through has been the home of M. J. was visiting here last week. '
tok and Ourscamp forests to the shelling, but with the weight of .
Lines lepont
at Hun north of shells resting with S.UII'SO"JOTES" : Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wynn have
Il ffTcrtiveljrrenewed Oise. If the whole plateau gun power and of mor.
+ Allied pressure has SATURDAY the the enemy ed to Jacksonville where
in Autreches has been taken from the allied troops. They gave Mr. W s.
d'' : against the German: 1'k linn srtly Ho jo Menaced by Advancing British. Germans, the French have advanced two shells for one. An indication Sampson, Aug. .-:Messrs. E. F. employed in the shipyards.Mr. sis

the region of Roye. on Is the clinging! lc- and French Soldier! % upward of a mile in that region. that the German line immediately in I Hardee and A. K. Smith were in and Mrs S. J. Present

battlefront. The enemy Roye the central bastion of the German When the Germans halted their retreat front of the French and Americans is Starke on business Monday. and
this town as bulwarkof ; daughter, Gladys, are
I terrnindedly to a after being -. defense line from Peronne to from the Marne salient and thinly held is the fact that American Mr. S. Sasser is home on a few days spending ,? few

the positions he took the up Amiens re. Noyon, which has. withstood) Allied! made a stand on the Aisne, it was as- patrols at various points have penetrated visit. days camping at Lake Geneva.

;, driven back from and the British ,. thrusts for nearly a week, is menacedI sumed that a blow northwest of Sois- sectors to the rrenr.ys barbed
gion. Both the seriously by advancing French, BritI1 would be struck sooner or later, wire and ti.chos wi hint encountering -

are pushing closer, however of, an th< i ash and Canadian troops and its fall as sons a success there would outflank the I infantrymen. Fashion Whispers Hints:of f Autumns

making his prolonged tenancy I ol their retreat to, where the Americans
f ( would appear to be a probability Germans and compel In Lorraine I
doubtful. nO u
place the British the next few hours. their old line north of- the cnemin Des i I captured the village or rrapeiie, near

: London last night northwest reported of Roye With the town in Allied hands. the Dames, which runs along the ridge St. Die, Saturday morning, they have ModesNew

linen advanced the German line at Aisne. and gained more ground
of Damery and southern end of north of the I pressed on
r \ I in the neighborhood least undoubtedly would hove to retire Then the Picardy offensive began, notwithstanding a heavy bombard-
Paris reportsa
I Purvillers, while today although the northern end thru and the of the world were fixed | ment by the enemy.
forward movement on the part of eyes York, Aug. 22. with a collar and vest of white" '."rRan-
I southwest of Chaulnes to Pcronne also would be af on the allied press east of the Avre of July | die and the skirt is drape)
the French west and but a I I TUESDAY When the trying hot days up ,tight,
I miles. fected. The Allies are now and! Ancre. frocks oforgandie the left side. The
1.2 on
front of about 2 and the sheer peg-top .
on Take have passed 'c another
Roye a west almostat British
miles ,
Reach LaHnigny
scant one and virtual their phase of the
the served draped skirt
fast becoming voile have
Itoye is while they are pressing Only local actions have Mervillo Germans !Still FleeingThe I and which
of the town, a standstill. I ; shown
which will noon cool duringthe is being extensively
salient >
of of keeping many JUt t
I apex north and in the south. the four days \ important purpose now
eastward in the been fought for past I Germans on three
t crushing Allied stroke if the intense heat, and although they This particular style seems t(. has. i
a nine miles the Germans -
nearly established by battle I
Along a front along the line sectors of the western
effectively -
be admirable
individuality about it
as their
can saucy whuJi
pressure the Avre, which Somme. Some of ,>sl- are still appreciated wit
south of to
it has been north and west I have been compelled give up I' second placein of solicits then defies
; maintained aa flows through Roye, the Allies have the progress especially along the ttions of great strategic value under effort, they are given your attontioi
and Somehow one must be
recently. } the in stubborn of the line has been the UiitUh and the thoughts of their owners piquant to wear
!is pushed back enemy southern sector the onslaughts of ''
i !
Fighting activity in picardy confined gracefully abdicate their lofty' it. A pleated panel of contrasting nn.
The most notable advance though hardly noticeableon they I 1
fighting. important, French
to local actions. There are noI trops. I' in favor of the new fall styles. terial at the front of the skirt trim
front of three miles in the Germans are desperately of Armen- position '
but west I'
made on a In the Lys sector
was a map
t signs that the heavier combats of earl I 'the peg-top dress illustrate) !, uhirhdeveloped tJ.
and Canadian inch of the ) a n' '
the center by French defending every the has retreated over
tierea I
about to be resumed in satin
lier in the week are II and Georgette
troops who now are fighting/ on a line high ground southwest of Noyon and front of nearly six miles, leaving the I
both )I
I the artillery on
fj ; although St. Mard-Les- I well as the area hands. Between II An Indispensable Comfort
:,, sides continues active. through Goyencourt, south of Lassigny us u_ ._ town of Mcrvillc) in British I
and Trio and Laucourt. St. Mard ia west around Roye. The allied pressure the Matz and Oise rivers the When women found themselvei

J On the line the between Germans Chaulnes. are said to of Roye and there are no villages in continuous and heavy, however, 18\\ French have fought their way to the sly I I working in canteens and Handing thi

.t Roye, where Canadian the intervening mile and a quarter. eventually will break down the western outskirts of the dominating most part of the day, they immediate
I have a large number men, eastwardby French troops on the south have resistance position of Lassigny and farther southin 1 ly came to the conclusion that high

: troops have pushed the occupation farther of the forced their way almost through the There are no indications that :Marshal I this hill and wood region, have debouched 1I I French heels were not the last word

t' completing and Damery. Loges wood which borders the Roye- Foch will continue his pressure 1 from the Thiescourt wood! and 1 in comfort. So they wrapped up their

villages of Parvillers about two miles west I II Lassigny road on the west. The woodIs northwest of Soissons but his first also captured the town of Pimprese, 1I pride completely in their wiser judj.

; These points are railroad.) running I five miles directly south of Roye success there may be exploited. It : situated in the Oise valley on the Noy- I, ment and betook upon themM"v| th.
It I ,o of the highway Chaulnen and and it would\ appear that a further ad- would not be surprising to sec the \ on-Compicgne road. low military heels. These w"rfoun4" / d
south through
)rt, r north and vance might enable the French to out- fighting spread between the Aisne and Around the curve in the battle linenorthwest so comfortable and desiralilt that their

\ Roye. hitu completed 'flank both Roye and,) Lassigny and the Oise. for an allied victory in that I of Soissona the French' adoption was instantanemi-, ran

<, : Apparently the enemy movement in the i force the Germans to readjust their' region would break the hinges: of both from near Carlepont to Fontnoy on the
'I :j, llebutcrne his sector, north of Albert. 1 lines eastward toward Noyon andprobably the Aisne and Somme lines and compel I Algae, a distance of approximately I 4 ,

\ officially that Ger- 1 beyond.' a German retirement on both sidesof nine miles, have driven back the enemy i

Ii" Berlin announces withdrawn from North of Goyencourt British forces, the new battle area. to an average depth of more than I

man troops were it is not yet after having repulsed the enemy attack From' Soissons to Rheinis the allies a mile and captured several villages. i
t' smllll1'1\lil'nts. which 250 prisonerswere considerable Americanforce hand k1 j ?
: far the Germans have re- on Dumery in among them a 2,200 prisoners. 1s
clear how
tired. The en..myIt ill holds Albert, captured, are pushing eastward have been doing little since tlv I Unofficial reports record the capture \

outskirts with French units toward Frenaurt Americans. regained their positions at by the British of the railway station
but the British lire in the western I(
and Fresnoy-Les-Roye. Fismette, across the Vesle from Fis- on the western outskirts of the important -

the Disc and the l lllvtwcpn Mats the Artillery activity continues on the mes, after being driven back over the town of Roye, one of the pivotal -

remaining sectors of the main battlefront river by a furious assault by the Ger points on the battlefront between \ raw
French continue their steady pressure '
.. n-1) liticnal pith; between the Ancre and the Oise. mans. I the Somme and the Oise but there Is' ; I
have gained
Disc and northwest ., The British on the northern end and! The fighting in Russia has begun to no odiciul confirmation of this. \J
:Ii A ground west of the I
French the south maintain their which will attract the gainsin \
kf 11J4 of Ribpcourt. The Germans the on assume proportions I Viewed on the war maps,
and newly gained positions and 1 the enemy I j considerable attention if present op- new operations are most' importantones

t t fought hard: to but holdIononlithe: finally\ drivenout has shown no disposition to attack. erations continue. The front is not | for the allies, for, aside from wide I aNever Panels a Favorite Feature their' I
Attiche farms, were considered \
have women
Thefarms Berlin reports officially that Allied) continuous. but it rimy be said to bt in areas over which the enemy has been ,
General; number's men I angle from which
by thc
I, 1 wood and attacks on both sides of the Avre on the form of a crescent, extending from compelled to acknowledge defeat the clothes from
cast of Thiescourt wardrobe. As
4 are dominating Friday failed. Tho German; war olllce I'atum: on the Caspian sea, northward'weakening in the German defense be- ; they now scan their I II Ir
\ lire on the high ground the withdrawals foothills of the' most are doing war work, many prewar
to of
of the hits nothing further say along the western coming daily more noticeable and npIparently | I
river Divi-lte, n small tributary in the Lys salient and along Urals, and east of the Volga: river and'I 1 I within a short time they will, non-essentials such ns, conservation i

Oise Berlin the Ancru. Admi> ,; npft6cl0as of then swinging,: more to the northwest! ''I probably be forced to commence a ret- I j practicability and cost are now w i ipl
Von ,
Appointment of southwest of Noyon to bay, an arm of II | dominant factors in the determination I
", from the Attiche farm, until it reaches Onega: I'llle11o'om..nt on a scale that ,
who led the retirement of one'swearing
II'o nnd ,
, the- French is made, but, it is said) that the Arctic ocean.Announcement. mean the entire blotting out of of the extent quality uuu
of the (icrmnn
:Marne, to tincomnmnd I | .
; in Picimly, is confirmed! offl- six French attacks against Lussignycm is made from Tokio old lines and the taking up of new ones | : apparel :MeasureA '

( group is believed) in Thursday were repulsed. that the movement of Japanese troops to the east and southeast, possibly Another Conservation I
dally from llcrlin. American and French troops along to thellInchul': an front has been or from the region uf, Rheinis to Ypres I wise person once said "There is I
the scarcityof
I London that because of will light on the Vesle have undergone an attack in dered. It is probable that these troop I The Lys salient is fast fading away I II always away," and Dame Fashion"
the Germans;
i reserves line. which the Germans used. gas, artillery will be, or have been landed at Port under the attacks of the British and found it by combining materials of I -

the defensive on their present have and bombing aviators. This attack Arthur, and moved northward toward i the voluntary' retirement of the Germans silk with wool to reduce the quantity A Tendency Toward the Peg-Top
Fifteen reserve divisions already American where theBolsheviki of the latter in a dress to its minimum.And .
between tho Ancre followed an incursion by the trans-Baikal country, to new defense positions east Effect

f. and been the thrown Oise and in the enemy is said! to aviators who heavily bombed German are in control. : ward and seemingly the big westerly promptly to the rescue came the manent. So popular have they promthat :l

j divisions the entire bridges over the Aisne and discovered I I bulge into the allied line between loose-flowing panels which are devel- one sees them exclusively f w\\
fresh on
'1 have only Ifi and machine MONDAY" ['oped in woolen material, with the +
artillery arurn
La Bassee dis with
North to the enemy Ypres and soon must street wear and even
sea I
front from
i Three German airplaneswere Gh'ing"uy greater part of the dress, the waist,
', Switzerland l border. gun German Line Gradually appear.' dresses, with high heels] making tUtj
\ Unofficial estimates in London) place brought down by American airmen n"foredvancinJt British I Under the new gains of the British skirt, and sleeves developed in some appearance only at some particular<< J
British and French airmen silk or satin fabric. And, indeed, those
the Allied since August 8 at Gradually! the famous Lys salientin about Roye and particularly those casion.

;J/ I 34,000 men captures and 670 guns. It Is declared on the same day put :32 enemy I the region west of Armentieres is j made by the French from Lassignyto panels are quite the most graceful Simple Coiffure

of German to machines out of action, while Berlin giving,: way under the pressure of the the Oise valley and northwest of I feature sanctioned by fashion. They of stdfy'smooth :
,, the proportion the destruction of 21 allied! airplanes tend to give long, slender lines to Oh, the joy of a season
reports Field :Marshal Haig'sforces Soissons, the Germans now are in n
been in the British. Again The WBW'
losses has greater I !
Allied dressing
I those who have that in hair
not ,
\\-m tole..k bad Here their ,
the predicament. positions
at time since ( have compelled enemy curly W>
recent fighting any with
J in the Tonale region their figures in short they are an who is not endowed
jj The total Allied casualties may >i Italian troops / ground to the eastward where he are dominated by the allied guns ; i utmost. W*
1914. I
it to the
of Lake Garda and along ideal camouflage, The dress illustrated appreciates
t the number of German northwest will be more secure from the shells of from the west, southwest and south ana h'
not be as large as have withstood I is. developed in blue with are the woes of curl papers
southern Piave serge
rf captured. i the the bill suns: that for several weekshave I for many- miles and apparently a retreat navy her b1:
/ prisoners their { black satin a combination of high esteem irons. She may now arrange
Austrian attacks against new the eastward the of : :
If k of the western been firing criss-cross over i across plains '" and*
All other sectors difficulty
front to be affected by a fighting positions on these sectors. Otherwise entire salient, working havoc among Picnrdy and over the Somme and! even in the prevailing dictates of la without the slightest those who*

lull.appear The German artillery (fire the situation is unchanged in northern defenders\ of the insecure line. I from the western' Aisne will be neces- mode. ways look well. Only hair .thert-!:>
Reappearance of Draped Skirts not possibly wear their
Italy. the Germans are being: sitated.
has decreased along cost
\ and aerial activity I IAmeril'nns Spain, which recently sent another the FrancoBritishforces I The latest official German History repeats itself, and I'm sure waved should cling to theHigh
. the Vesle where the French and the given no rest by communication and r
note to Germany protesting againstthe fashion does the same. For 101! the coiffures are
maintain their presllure.I I north and south of the Somme, asserts that French attacks between sg--
destruction of Spanish merchantmen draped skirt is with us again. The loose pompadour is appearing
still are intense. and the French and Americans the Oise and Aisne, delivered ant
Aerial operations IS
I,. On the British! front, 28 German machines by submarines, is reported! tohave the Vesle and the Americana in alonA'I I j over a wide front, failed, but the smartest women in Paris feel increasingly The uncovering of the displ ears ) attn
Berlin that hereafter the I I at home in this cellent opportunity to
notified graceful adoption
l were put out of action Wednesday raine also are harassing them by artillery French war office is specific in announcing dhor.' i
, while the British lost fifteen Spanish government will make up fire anti artillery attacks. Nowhere I the penetration of the environs of the long,: narrow, tapering silhoette. tive earrings. The shop design sit
losses sustained through U- ollh by Lucile is showing an some very odd,) and clev-r
llomhs have been dropped on railwayjunction's has the enemy had the of Lassigny: the cutting of a excep- ,rlmai..i
\ ,_ within the German lines and seizing German shipping in Spanish any encounter. passage way through the Thiescourt 1 tionally good looking afternoon dress stone unheard of before"

j British aviators. have flown into Germany harbors.. Ninety G.'rmlln'esselll have Over a front of four miles between wood and the capture of Pimprez. That in gray and red brown marquisette their appearance.

to attack Thionville and Offcn- found refuge in Spanish territorialwaters. Builleul and! Vieux Berquin on the there has been hard fighting, however.

burg. American aviators have downed Lys sector: the British have forced! is indicated by the British official: . ,........-HI'
I machines and back the Germans to a depth ranging statement which says that northwest "- Ao."'

\ II 1 two more enemy in theJ' i SUNDAY from one thousand, to two thousand ,| of Chaulnes the Germans; succeededin :
bombed railway junction
I I have Metz-Verlun area with good effect American ("ullurt'"illnate of Frap- yards! taking in the maneuver the village : penetrating the British lines at r ri

1 Paris was visited Thursday night by ( elle From Germans; Saturday of Outersteen and 400 prisoners several) points but later were driven 1. l f H Hardware

: raiders who dropped several) bombs. A The Americans in Lorraine have enlivened A little to the south along,: the Lys out. Special

British also On the other battlefronts
J small number of persons were killed an ordinarily quiescent sector river near Morvillp the i there is

there nail 1 some material damage done.) by taking from the Germans the village have advanced their line and still farther :i I little activity, except in the nature of

: On the Italian front the situation is of Frapelle, five miles east of St. south between Arras and Albert artillery duels and, patrol encounters.
normal. The Italians have SPill'.1 i | nn Die.I The action which started with the Germans have been relieved!, under ( Continued on page eight) i All lines'oflbuiiness require Hardware specially adapted a *

islet in the southern reaches. of the the proportions of a raiin\ the curly I pressure of further terrain near I ,_ ._ : needs.

'\. Piave. hours Saturday morning, developed! into " BucYiuoy. CROSBY: .\ NEWS: aU

In the east from Moscow to Vladivostok an organized attack under the dash i I While, n" n whole, the German line | : We had this in mind when selecting our stock. We < am

It and, from the White sen to the of the American troops immediately j I' between the Somme and! the Oise riv- Crosby Luke\ art g. 21.-:Mr. J. J. : supplies needed by

Caspian the situation daily becomes after they left their trenches. The ers is still holding notwithstanding:. Rigdon and sons Arthur and Lacy, THE FARMER

r. more interesting and more menacingto German losses evidently. were heavy the terrific pounding it Is receiving : were in this section Thursday after

Germany. From Archangel Allied in killed and wounded and prisoners from the allied guns, the British have I noon. I TilE MILL MAN THE CARPENTERJl

',I troops have made goof progress southward also were taken by the Americans :i drawn nearer the road! leading,: from I I The fish fry at Sampson lake Wednesday : IE BLACKSMITH: THE ELECTRICIAN; !

toward) Vologda and apparently Marshal Foch has at last definitely! Chaulnes. to Roye, between Chilly and! night was very much enjoyed

o arc operating in three columns against connected) Up the battles of the Aisne Frnnssnrt, placing Royo in greater i i by those who were there. : And many other special lines

,. Holshcviki whose opposition i i. reported and the Sommp. Announcemnt is made it'npardy! by attack from the north. At I Miss Kathleen Underbill was the Z ""
J j" ;"c to have been fairly determined.! The that I by a \local attack, the plateau i the snme time to the south of Roye guest of :Mi-s Louise McRao Saturday. It makes no difference as lo what your business is.

occupation of linku by Hriti-h troop north of Autrerhi, about ten mile mar the four-mile front between Reuridgnes 'I Mr. Lawton Bryant and family were :. HARDWARE, we have it.

who camp north through Persia from northwest of Soissons, has been car \ and Cann '- ''Ir-lat7., n violent visitors at the home of Mr. R.. B. Bryant

Bagdad,: i i. a blow to Gorman and rihy\ the French anti that their success artillery duel i-. raging between the past week-end. JONES HARDWARE

Turkish pretensions in the ('1Il1l'1S.. gives them position dominating: the French and Ce:-ntnns. It is in thiirelZ'ion Mr. Walter Underhi'.l: and) family ,

To the north the Czecho-Slovnk :ire the region extending north war I toward that the French arc endeavoring were visiting in this vicinity Sunday

in force along the Volga under (he the Oiao river I II | ,: -anil) in their initial efforts they afternoon. : Starke, Fla.

fa 1 command of experienced Russian gen i The attack, while it was local in have met with considerable successto Those of this section who attended .. ..... !....... ..' " ?i
erals. In eastern Siberia the positionof character, must have had plenty' of carry forward their_two-fold purpose Pcntacost Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. v--4II-f141.-t3'rT3'rd33es'rAft'vasvlf-ha 3Ft

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__ _- --. .- I alone thousands of bushelsof I hereby certify that I
movement the
.n foreuolnit atatemcnl DESERVES )Ditirrhm'a '
-- A GOLD Quickly Cured
--- I uf the Scalps and limtiunrmimla, of the fund [ ?
--- I I Florida potatoes have been consumed. of Bradford ,'..unty for the month of July MEDAL FOR THIS "I have been in the practice of medicine
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. l'H.) m true anti cornet to the bivt of my for o t
i ll.n .ulrdtt and. belief. forty years, writes Dr. I D. *' 1'In 4
enneueaannarmarLive K. R. rOPPELL. A. I'ost, Uurnuell S. C. "I came to
A. Lander arrived Thursday in Avon County Superintendent of Fublie Instruction Cincinnati Authority Tells Howto
l Bradford County. this plate, !last :March' having purchased

State News Park, being his first trip home since Dry Up Any Corn or Cal- a plantation ten miles from

: his enlistment inv the trans-Atlantic WARK1NTS! PAIR BV HCIIOOL HOAKI lus So here nm preparing. to into it
L----- ____ -.... ___ I T. B. nnhnUter" bd terv and mileane 7.110 it Lifts Right Off. move
--- service a year ago. lie cam down i J. E. do ___.______..._.._._ and! shall practice there. I find diar-
Told by Our Exchanges. I from New York on the phosphate J. C. McKae do . .. ______ .. __. n___._ rhoea prevalent, in fact became affected
C. A. Kmiiht clerical work board JS III") You corn-pestered men and women -
freighter Andalusia bound for Boca E:. R. __ _________ --
___' I 1'oppell Hillary __.. 1J6.00 need suffer no longer. Wear the shop with it myself, saw a notice ofChamberlains : .
--------"= = E. It I'oppHI incidental ..
Grande. Off Cape Hatteras and when ----------- 11.16
A. B. Vance bl.nkoka for otTlce .___ 41)<.16 that nearly killed you before, says this Colic and Diarrhoea 1
A peanut oil mill is to be establish- the state vs James E. Crane, who was! I near the lightship!: they were within a Starke Hardware Co. material ___n. II li: I Cincinnati authority, bemuse few Remedy, bought a small bottle and it
sentenced to five in the penitentiary J. F. Colley flue irons __.________.____ 2.BO a
I at Greenwood. years mile of a vessel which was being at- Uuiiiley Lumber Co. material ._.___.. 6.70 I drops of frcezono applied directly on .a is good.-Adv.
for embezzling about $20,000 of tacked submarine. A shell Sam Hoenhenr drawing 1060 tender aching
by a stray ----- -- corn stops soreness at

IA cotton warehouse Is to be estab- the county road funds, of which he was struck a guy wire on the Andalusia, Joe.J. R.E.Uavtn WIlMin a mnurance__n_____.__:_:-__:_:_:._._.. 60 30.:ST M8 I once and soon the corn loosens so it I

Led at Lakeland. a bond trustee. severing a cable, a wire from which H. B. WlKKin teaching .--....---.... 70.(10 can be lifted out, root and all, withouta The Strong 'Withstand the Meat ol
I Shop Thoma do .._h__.._____..._____ 75 Oi' bit of .
entered and passed through Mr. Land Etelle Lanier do -__._______________. U SO. pain.A Summer Better Than the Weak
I boll weevil has been found ine The county commissioners of Co- C. M. 1'arker Pub. Co. Incidental ..._ t.26 quarter of an ounce of free&onc
The er's hand. I.. L.. Illaekburn tearhlnK. ... ... 20,001. costs little but Old people! who are feeble and younger people
lumbia the -- -- --- very at any drulstorl',
| cotton fields of Putnam county. county realizing importance K.: R. Simmons tuilli. line pupil .__._. Jit 14 who are weak will to MroaiUhroed cod enabled li>
of DeSoto county will of the cattle industry and the Bradford Telexraph printmK ____.- 1575 'I is sufficient to take off every hard 1 or through ii lw. dcprmnlnit heat of Hummer by(.*-
iThe growers Facing an ice famine no public cold tk'Hrude; Andernon. u>achinn ______..__ 70.00 soft corn or callus. This should\ be ma GKOV E S TASTr.LEbScMMTONIC.. It piuldeind I
marketing bureau. !great damage done by ticks, at their I F. M Chaneey do __ ___ I :
county rt( jjn enrk'tira I tliffbUmdind I build,
tablish a drink stand restaurant hotel : tried, as it is inexpensive and in said upthewholesyetem. -
last meeting voted to furnish one hundred | Bradford, Co 1 ni.--l Intern :::_: ::::: -7J.S3'Mr : I'| You, ran TUMID feel In Strenutbeulnil Invinoratlnil -
boarding house is permitted to *. R. ItVarren "'.rhin., ______h__ 7nnil. || not to inflame or even irritate the Bur tffix: .,. Our y
dollars for each of the next fif- 01'1 Miiby l'.rrl.h du .._ _n.nn_______ 40.00 rounding tissue skin.
In Hillsborh cracked ice in cooling leverages Nita l>ukri> do ____. __on _u_.____ 40.001+ or I "1:4I I
foot teen cattle for
vats :
A movement is on dipping public use Jacksonville under edict Sprrial T.. Kl.trlct Fund If your wife wears high heels she I 'ta'i
to adopt the compulsory in that county. an I. L. 1 Blacklmrn learning 14 will certainly be glad to know of this. ; )
county Aug. 16th. by County Food Adminis- Saleta Mercer: do SO ____. ___:::::::::: 43.001: : I Try Chamberlains. )
tendance law. Ship Thomas do ua ._nun.u___ ((140)) When you need a good! reliable liniment '.
Potato growers of St. Johns and adjoining trator :McLin. For over a week'Jacksonvillc Vlrule) Thomiu doM) __-.___-_________ 15.61'1, ) I I ;.; 1 ,
has been importing ice from KUa' Abernathy do, II _______u________ | I for soreness of the muscles, a ... .
The first bale of Ionic cotton ginned I counties recently held an interesting Mtie McKlliney do. 11 ___,________nu 40.00 Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days sprain. or to rl.Ii.rhl'llmatic pains \
I ginned at Inverness and meeting in Hastings. A number Georgia and Florida towns to supplythe I'nion' School' \ rurninhiiiK I..... Inc. I II _. :1:l noAlia 0.11II1'1. refund money If PAlO OINTMENT falls 5 )
Florida was excessive demand occasioned Mill me :.1 __ ._..___._.__.__. 2B H8 lo euro Itching Him.I. nlrnllnii of Film.IiiHtantly 1 trp Chamberlain's Liniment. It is ox- '. f
ought 42 cents a pound. of matters of vital importance to by ,.. I.:. Powell wood A "_.___n.__.. ._, wn.7fl reltpvpt itching Plli'.. and you ran M<(t I II cl'lI' .1
| I l
the discussed and future the swollen population incident to lank of Stiirke inut 3 ____nu.n Hfi.77 I .. .llul. rep after abe Unit liua. Price Mk> I
growers were J. l>. Adamniin note. l ___--___.____-- M15.M1U ,
I There is talk of a sugar mill in St. meetings will be held to thresh Camp Johnston and the shipyards. All J I. 1>. AditniHim dn A ______Unn__ 67.:1I a 4I
of the surplus supply of Tampa J. It. Adummtn, do 4 ____..___u.u____ :30.'Oil I.
manufacturers -
cie county to be capitalized at two out. some of the important questions J. D Adammm do S nnn____
Ll one-half million dollars. that confront them. is being shipped here. Ice J. D. Adamson do 7 ________u___.__?w 80.oo I.t
is only furnished to J. I>. Adiimmm do 8 --_________.__--__ SO.)110) I t
consumers now for J. !">. Adamson do. 6 _______. .________. HO 110 McCall Patterns ;
JThe Highland Crate Company will The county commissioners of Osceo- the preservation of food in storage. J. l>. Adiimmm do 9 __._______un_.._ 80,00J. :w
Adamson dn. 10 .__.___u_____.__ 8000 'rp ,
ct a mill at Lake Wales, with a ca- la county have subscribed for four J. I>. Adammm. di.> II\ __u_____.__.____ .1000I. ) I
? HNANCIAL-STATEMENT COUNTY SCHOOL I. I). Adamson do. 12 _____.___unn 80.00
fccity of 6,000 orange boxes a day. thousand copies of the Kissimmee Ga- FUNDS. J. I>. Adantmm do 14 ______.n________ SB.Nd be "
zette to be sent out to prospective settlers Monthly flnineinl statement if Brlu'''',..| J. 1>. AdaniHon do. It .._.__._____.____ 80.00 YOU can patriotic
County for the month of July. 191D J. 1>. AdaniHon do 14 n.u__._ 6000 the of f
[ Hillsborough county has given 2,700 of the county for the next four General School fund. J. D. Adamson do 17 uu._____.___ 3000 use mate-

and her citizens have months. This county was the first in TtHlnnc. July I. Isle __ uu1203.' 1 J. D. Adammm do. III .______.___u..__ 8000
the war nn rial and still dress in
en to ItpcplptN diirlnir month ______ 347.B2 J. D. Adamson do 19 ?___________u._ 2500 perfect it
brchased $4,000,000 of Liberty bonds. the state to adopt this form of advertising Wnrrnntu liwurd during -month*- n___ RIft.OM .1. I>. Adammm do 20 __uu._______._ 311.M
the commissioners have Balance A.,... 1. lltlK n_ 73821 J. I). Adammrn do 21 un__._.__ 6260 taste and best ofvstyle.
and ;
-- DUtrirt n..n N. 1. J. D. Adammm do 24 ._______.______._ 4860
I More than 30 young women of Tam- found it very profitable.Jass Ilnlnnce July I. 1918 _____unu__ 170.30 J. D. Adammm do 2)1 .__.________n___ 6260J. If, when you make
Ri-ceiptu daring month ____ ___ I>. Adammm do 27 ___.._n.n_ 63.00J. '
volunteered to take training Unn .00
have .. ______ .
Adammm do
? Warrant innueil during month ___ 2.4'1 D. 28 .nn 3(1 0(1( new
nurses and to serve for the duration C. Perdue, of Dade county, IlHlimoe Au.. 1. 18IH on 167.W3 City Light Plant .lurhta. :IS---__------ 1.80 a garment, you use
t .h---U
: : i I.awtey tale Bank ins t 25 ___.._ 668 ; "
District N I. u.u McCall Pattern
t the war.Lieutenant. started in the pig club a year ago witha Balance July 1, 1918 __uu.* _.____. 17.20 Harley Keene work It n.n.u...____ 10.00Interest a you
21-pound Poland-China pig. His KrcplpU during month _.__._______._ 830 and Mlnalnr Fund N... and 2$.
B. M. ItowhnK a ____ ______ 4 can be absolutely cer ;
com 4826
Warrant issued' durlnir month __ __ .un 7 :
[ Genvollo, of Florida, was pig now weighs 290 pounds and was Overdraft Auic. u S4H 92 II. M. llowlinK) do 21 ____.___uu.n_ 17.17 I
long! the members of the Red Cross raised at a cost of $3.50. It was fed Ji.I'J : Ne.---i-----u--: 228.43 I Inlereat and Sinking. Fund. No. 6. 12 and tlB. tain that the style will t-
Balance July I. 4el__u__......_____ 270.87 M. Dowllng com ___.nnnn 12.3JU. g- '
mbulance Service decorated with an table scraps, cull tomatoes and Span- Ri-cvlpta durinff month n_.._________ 1199 M. Dowlmit do u.u..u 24.90 I be correct, the fit perfect 1
kalian war cross. ish needles cut by the boy in neigbor- Warrantfl issued. during month u____ 2181
Balance AUK. 1. 1918 __ __.__.______ 261.03 Chamberlain's Tablets ( and that it cannot '; I
ing fields. The pig cost originally $10 Dlitrlel 1'1' .. ..

Word has been received from Wash- : and is now valued at $125.A Milliner: rnill.m 1018--------------:::: 215.10 Chamberlain's Tablets are intended elfI I be properly made with
Rraitlpta _
? ........ especially for stomach troubles bil-
futon to the effect that Florida's quo- Warranta iiuupd during month ___. 2.SB lesss material.
i for the war essentials :labor or war dispute between the citizens of Balance Aug. 1.DUtrlrt 1919. __.-__._n,__._ 89.06 iousness and constipation, aid have lh .'

JTork will be 2,520. Plant City and the Plant City Ice and Ftalanc July 1. 1918 No...___I._________ 111.84 met with much success in the treatmEnt

Electric Company has been settled. Rt-ceipU during month .___..n______ 12.30 of those Jincases. People who H
Warrants liuui-d din-inn month ._____ 11.SB McCall' Patterns
f H. F. Starrett, of Dade City, has! Electric current will be furnished at Balance Auir. I. 1918 ._._____________ 88.59 have suffered for years with stomach !

*en appointed supervisor of consuls the rate of eleven and a half cents per Balance July r I.>Utrlrt 1918 No.6..____.____n__ 164.B1 trouble and have been unable to obtain i ?' for September t' ,

i Australia, to represent the United kilowatt hour, with a minimum charge Recelpta" during month n____________ .30 any permanent relief, have been com- sale i
Warranta Iniiupd durlnic month __ 43 Urea now on
|fates government.Dr. of $1.25; a month, and ice will be sold Balance Aui. 1. 1918 __.___..._n_un__, 162.6 pletely cured by the use of these tab- j'1510 /'
at retail for 50 cents a hundred pounds DUtrlrt No.7. lets. Chamberlain's Tablets are also Urea'
Balance July 1. 1918 ___.__._.______ 128 OS
W. J. Adams, of Fort Myers, with a discount on larger quantities. Ki>cefrta durlnir month ___._h..U___ 150 of great value for biliousness. Chronic rf 1. .l'1
arrested for seditious utter- Warrants iHHued during month ______ 1 M constipation be permanentlycured e
been may
as Balance AUK. 1. 1H18 _--_._.__--_____ 12797
Twos regarding the sale of War Sav- Seminole county is right in the Plitrlrt No.8. by taking Chamberlain's Tab A .M. DARBY Starke Fla.

naliinco _..__.__ ,
July I. loIs ,
gs Stamps and Liberty Bonds midst of the cotton picking and the RvcHlita, duiintr month __ ____.u uu-. lets and observing the plain printed \

fleecy staple is being picked in many Wnrrnnta IHHIHM! durlnir month .., u 2 !A.l directions with each bottle.-Adv. I
Blilnnce Au... I. lD11I _______ 12819
of Walton 1
The wool clip county was Unn. .j
fields close to the city by the youngsters Dlntrlct Ne. I. ..
old last week to a Savannah man for' boys and girls, who are patriotic Balance July I. 11118 _nnunn 100.88 ,
I Itiwipta) durlnir month ___
100000. It amount to 150,000 poundsnd and thrifty to want to help win the Warrantii limund, durlnir month nn n hu.___ 421 y

Biilanre AUK. 1. _..._ _______ _
| sold at G2 1-2 cents .per pound I war not only by getting the cotton to Dl.lrlft 1918) No. 10. 10".47

Uncle Sam but make some money for Balance July 1. 1918 _hU_________ 154.80 i ; /
commissioners of pensala Rrcflpla durinK monthWarranta ..___ _
Theity War Savings Stamps and Liberty IHNUIM! during month _._ 1.B7 I'
will dedicate a public park to cap- bond Balance AUK. 1. 1914. _ _n__ 15303 I

nin Frank :Marston, the first Pensa- Balance July 1 Dl.lrlrt, 111111 _No____"It.__.________ .

la man killed in action in France.A The Boosters Club of Tallahassee Ili-cplpla durinK month _.___. n_-._ .
Warrant tunned durinK month _-_ ___ )I WHY Have You Always Been Free ?
I Il held an enthusiastic meeting recently Balance AUK. I. I9IH ___hh ___n 151.
big jail delivery was effected, inlonticrllo of Dl.lrlct No. II
jto discuss the! matter trying to seI
Balance July I. 1918 n____________ 408.OA
l recently when the jailor'I cure a permanent training school for ItKi-lpta durinK month ___ .lfl
Iras assaulted and eight of the worst Wnrrnnt.axurd) durinK month _____ a.1\1\l
negro troops during the period of the Blilnnce AUK. I I. H'lH __ ._ ___ __ 401.61
risoners in the jail gained their free- war. At present 122 men are being Plilrirt N.. 13. On
llalnnr July I. 1918 un.h____ 81.79 Did You Ever To Think That You
om I trained at the F. and A. :M. College Hfci'ipta) durinK month __no ____.. ___ I Stop ll
1 facilities \\arrnntrt iHHiird durinK month _ 120 .
there and
N maker negroes arc Balance AUK I. lull _ __ __ ._u_ -__ 80.AU
A. Burkhalter
a sausage sufficient to train three hundred in nl.lrlrt No. 14. -

If Tampa was electrocuted Tuesday, mechanics. Balance July I. I!>I8 --_._ __ ___- ___ 17951 Are Living In The Freest CountryOn
Rncpipt daring month 21*.m
switch in
when he toul'hrrla!
pornuit Warrnntii |Kurd| durinK month 2.9H
|rymg! to turn the current on his sau- i Reports have been circulated by unknown Ilnlnnce Aut. I. lots _. _ _h n___ 208.4J

j'e mill. I people in Jacksonville to the Balance July I.DI.lri.1 1918 --_No.--___If._ --_----__ 208.SS The Face Of The Earth? tI
Recpiptn durinK
montho7: ,
effect that anti-typhoid inoculation Is Warranu issued durinK' month .._ _. 2.26
:Mr. John Murdock Burrs, formerlywell injurious. It has been reported that Balance AUK., I ll'm -__ ____u 201.01

known citizen of Jacksonville, those who take the treatment are lia- Balance July Pl.trlrt 1, 1IU8, Ne.__ It._____ 187.41
rominent in politics and a* a lawyer ble to suffer many terrible consequen Receipt durinK month _u--_-un.---_-_ .411 Did you ever stop to think that no man, or any set of men, have any rightto

lied suddenly of heart failure in St. : ces. Dr. W. MacDonell: city health Balance AUK.Innued I 71)14--------------HurinK month 16641 247 dictate to you what you should do in your private affairs?

ugustine Saturday. I officer of Jai-ksonviIK: and Lieut. Cox, Balance July 1 nintrlrt. 1918 _Ne._ 17. ___ 49.90
assistant surgeon in charge of theI Receipt durinir month n.nnu__ ._.__ 1.74 Have you ever thought of how it is that you enjoy such freedom while ,

At Tarpon Springs' the sales of I United States public health service Balance W.rrnntaKurd Au/... I Il1ln durinir_ --n month ------9)_- 50.74 teeming millions in other nations of the earth are held in abject subjection?

jrongos on the exchanges were $12,000n here, have taken steps to stop this I>l.rlNe.. 1tIlnl.nce .

> ( day. The demand for sponges''I form of German propaganda.All Keceipta' July durinK I. month ISIS _u.nh-. ._ .--_ 91 4 28 AH Has it ever occurred to you that you do something for those institutions to '

l.i-' increased with tho war going on Warranta Issued durlnir month ._ 2.80
I I Balance Au... I. 11114------------ 91.43 which have made it possible for you to enjoy your freedom?
m thi sponge fishers are busy.! revenue collections for the monthof Plutrlrl No. It.

in the history of the service in llalance July 1. 11'11I __ _n.un____ 7466 Has it occurred that these privileges t+
July Receipt* durinK month nnu___ ever to you having enjoyed great ,
fl: ports from Pensacola indicate I; Florida are shattered by the figures Warrant ftuuied daring month ..-.. 113:

rest improvements in the waterfrontfour announced by Collector of Internal Balance AUK 1.HI.I$ 19IH rI.1 .Ne._ -.J n". -_hn 7363 you must do your part toward preserving them?

>flditions, big dredges' being' at M. Cathcart. "Collec- nuance July 1. lull __Un.un__._ 166.73 }
Revenue James Receipt) durinK month ___.._.____.._ If you do not realize these things you should hold serious council with
ark with the purpose of securing a I tions from the) district of Florida, Warrant iued durinK month n____ 46 40

fnnsiderably greater depth of water at said the collector, "for July, 1918 were Balance AUK 1 I.01.1111.'"l"> _N.__nhn 21. __ 120.24 yourself at once and decide with yourself what your duty is.

'rminal docks. easily three times as much as were Balance July I. I'm __h.u 131.09
of Fleeeipt durinK month nn__ _nOn Your country has made a call upon you and asks you to lend of your
the collections for the samimonth .. .
Warrant Imiued durinK) month __ 17.20
f> :Meade ha--n; designated asi,|I the previous year. Figures for July, Balance AUK. 1. 1914------------, I 113.89 money. No matter how small the amount you may be able to lend lend it
ll. Hrt No. tt.
he lite for a castor bean huller, whichill j i,1917, were 169723.89, while thjise nalane. July 1. 1918 ...__.__-_Uu_ 72.06 freely by BUYINGWAR al
' thresh all the castor beans in that 1918 were $314r.30.71.';; Receipt durinK month 1.IIS
for July, ,
:, Warranta' fued durinK month -..- 6 50
> irt if the state extending from Lake- |I Balance Au... I. 1914--------- R6tl

"nd. to Fort :Meade and from Fortleade I Georgia! and Florida growers who Balance July 1.PlXrlrt 1918 _Ne.__...23..__ ..___.. 16164
to Fort Myers. recently. met in Ja 'ionvl1e to discuss Receipt durinK month 2.71
Warrant '..upd durinir month .. lit.06
the cotton situation, agreed llalance AUK. I. 11)14. ._"n_ 49.27 sM sM(1r
:Mechanic Veryl Nichols of Winter could be obtained this Dl.trlrt' N.-21.

1I\'n. killed Arcadia WodnesMy better results Balance July 1. 1918 __n__ ._ .____. 14605
was in year if the gins were not started until Receipt durinK month _ _.- .4%
afternoon and Lieut. C. B. Belknap instead of September 1, as Warrant lauer during month I.n
October 1 Balance AUK. 1. 1918 __ __ 14405
fas seriously injured when an airplane i usual. The Florida-Georgia!: Ginners' HI.'rI.. Ne.23.

in which they were maneuvering ] Balance July 1. 1018 ._- -- - _. lit 81 the road and the thus investedwill
( association discussed sea island cotton Receipt) dorm month. . 17.87 will start you on to prosperity money

'II >00; feet. ]'1 i mainly. Some of last year's crop Is Warrens Balance$ AUK.iued 1. 1918 during__n month_ _..._ -_-_ 1111.941" pay you four per cent interest compounded quarterly with the best

still on hand and it is expected that it DI.trtrt4nalane. .
The cotton season has opened up in October 1. July 1. 191H ______ __ ._n_ 249.94 security on the face of the earth.If .
raceville with the first bale whichas will be out of the way by Receipt durinK month __n_ _____"_ J
farmers will also be advised not Warrant iHauetl durinir month 195
grown by J. T. Whiddon and putP !;' cent of the Balance AUK. I. 1918 __. ___ "- _ 246(9 you cannot buy now, pledge to buy during the week of
sell 20
The to more per Dlitrlct Ne. 17.
at auction, bringing 14340. | in one month. Balance' July 1. 19H. _______.--____-- 257.84 P
I ale weighed 478 pounds and was new crop any Receipt durinK month ..H . ..noW.rr.nlR (
...,.. durlnir month .. 541 SEPTEMBER 9 to 14 j
assed as middling. | Taking the Ij"j; ; tho "Huy Florida Balance AUK. 1. 118 _._____. H._ ...H. 2 8.43
nl.trtrl$ N' .. If.
Potatoes" movement, the Consolidated Balance July 1, 1918 _u.u______--- 94(13(
Dr. C II. Smith, a prominent citi- of Jacksonville Receipt durinv month ....._ __ 293 ad contributed '
Grocery Company by
Cof! killed in an au- V *rranta iued during month -. 2 8(1 This
Madison was through its president, Mr. John Ba'ance AUK. 1 1. ISIS> _u____._____._ 5.26 ,
mobile accident, Saturday, in that Pldrttt* N. M.
Ity whencar Ball has given notice that no order Balance July 1. 11I14 .______.._h_ 30.13
lie the street
was crossing _.. __ . _
'' old potatoes, or nort'iern grown Reeeipt durinK month .n
r- driven by Harley Scott and sii- 'for Warranta ......'.d durm month __n. 2.71 Bradford County Telegraphti'
and theforrible potatoes, will be accepted until the Balance Auir. 1. 1918 _____.'._._._ 21.64T.I.IL
[er. of Greenville, struck him

accident resulted. Florida crop has been mu keted. Mr. Raianee: July 1. 11118 ______________-_6546.33
Fill was one of those who assited in Receipt durinK month _____ ..._____. 46l.0f
Warrant l*.ued during) month ______134916
The Supreme Court; has affirmed the getting the commanding officer at Balance AUK.. 1. 1918 ____....__--..._447.25
Johnston to specify Florida potatoes August. 19. 1918.
'jdgment of criminal court of recordn Camp Bradford County. a

Hillsborough county in the case of on their contracts and by this Slat of Florida. ::1I



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MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION South Range 22. E....&. Also .-
lion D. U. Fletcher, I the first and second pickings of So.I W. Robinson. J. C.-Robert*, L. E.-Row-. i. E. S. Matthews. acting mayor of the 4. 8. and 8 (or Wy, of SWs|toy"f' '
Bradford County Telegraph nnd C. A.-Robln on, J. I'.-Hitch. N. T.Kichard virtue of the authority Bloek. 13. 14. t q'and .-
Washington, D. C. kellaridis cotton 1 1.2 inch staple and Town of Starve. Florida, by 1&. 18. I; 'tN' ;
i I I H. C. vested In me by law do hereby callan and 24, (or NW"4! ot SWtli, 9rollo 21;
.-- -. .- -- _...-- My Dear Senator-When the question longer which are the qualities suitable s election\ to be held at the TOWN HALL Township 8. South Range 22, E',' gala L
--- F. N.--8w ii. T. W. In the aforesaid. Town by the qualified voter and block being a part of .
the of <' Stump Cumm'nes gk.
I-ablisbed Weekly, and entered M aec- of restricting importation : for the manufacture of airplane and A. L.-Slslnink. G. M.-Sawlfer, F. therein on Tuesday the 10th day of September vision of said Section: 2. .;

i at the post-office at Egyptian cotton was under consideration -i I balloon cloths, and the finer qualities p. Sweat. (!. C--Strickland. ( .....-Scott, F. 1D18. for the purpose of electing the following WITNESS my hand and the .,. ,
otld class matter A. -8.......', Snellierove.. G. W.-Stansell.Truby officers : Court this the Slat day of July ,- eW
that the
Starke Florida. it was known figuresof [\ of thread. In other words, the third J. n. One Mayor (SEAL) Circuit. ftpti K'

= importation were computed on a and subsequent pickings of Sakellar- T One (" ..rk. Clerk: Cii; i ra4l.C
and Collector. florid
: an'd Owner. GOO pound bale basis. Idis, although of a staple of 1 1-2 J. M.- Thom..... E. M.-Tmliy. J. J. One Three Marshal Aldermen O. O. McCOLLUM.'T.
.t : E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor -Turner. J. O. Tompkins. W. T.-Tomlinson,
which is Assessor.
Associate Editor. The only Egyptian cotton Inches or longer, may and very probably I. 1'. -Turner. W. M. One One Treasurer.One Jacksonville, Fla.
I J. C. ROBINSON being licensed for importation is that do lack the required strength. W Night Marshal. Solicitor for Complalnnr- "

l commonly known as "Sakels" havinga Yours truly Wilson. J. E.-Will.. E. E.-William.. Kit Inspector of said .election A. H. Johns F. -s14
very Week. W. TV-Walnwrltibt. N. D.-Wall, I'. Shatter and T. N. Kendrlck. BILL TO QUIET TITLE
Il staple of 1 1-2 inches or more. The FRED B. PETERSON W. f,. -Whit. J. W.-Week*. R. A.-White.O In testimony whereof I hereunto uhscrlbe IN CIRCUIT COURT
U' H piF AUGU6 allocation of 80,000 bales include all Director W.-.WIIII.m.. J, G.-WIIIIRm.. J. H.- my name and cause the seal of the said town JPDICIAL Eln5tt
: Bureau of Imports. wall A. E. -Well*, J. W.-WainwriK-ht. W. to be hereunto affixed this "th day of August IDA. IN rDTC7. L
Egyptian cotton imported since the United States Shipping Boardi M.--WI1! J. T. "'8'B. FOR COUNTY IN |JJ
I hereby certify that the forexolnalint la S. MATTHEWS, CERY
: : first of the year, including all grades; i Washington, Aug. 13, 1918. correct according to the reeords' In my office., Acting Mayor Town of Stark R. O. Dennard

l : :i:121I therefore, there is only a email portion \Ion. Duncan U. Fletcher, C. A. FUTCII. (SEAL) 8-1I-&t. Complainant \'
: H Clerk Town of Starke. v* '
of this allocation still to be imported.
456739110 United States Senator. """ Florida Land & Immigration Co, ''

(Signed) A. G. PRATT, Washington, D. C. NOTICE OF ELECTION month after NOTICESix date hereof I will presentmy et al. Defendants l

Trade Adviser. My Dear Senator-I desire to voucher and final I account to the HonorableCeo. BILL TO
acknowledge : : ;; QUIET
41516118192Q212224 I WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1917. und..rthe TIT!$
't 121 A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford To John P. urcnnan.tto Iloneht
Senate p
United States
: Aug. receipt of your letter of Constitution of INN5. of the State of Florida County Florida and ask for my final discharge H. Dupee. The Florida Land A !Imm .S*

' f. 6, 1918. August 6th in which you make mention did pan two Joint Resolutions proposingamendment a.* administrator of the estate of W. H. Company a corporation, W. B. t F''Wt, uKret .',
to th. Constitution of toe State Underhill d..d.Thll M. Johnson John ">
!Mr. L A. Duncan, : of the ruling of the War Trade of Florida, and the lame were agreed to by a. the fth day of August. 1918. L. Gate.. John R. Earl AlexsnJcJumi'S Jr. :I erahsa R;
! Lake Butler Fla. vote of three-fifths of all the members elect.pd J. L. UNDERIIILL. W. R. Lane Samuel C. Lane Juhn r felL1
the of
I I1J 1 importation to each botue; that the votes on aid Joint 8'96mo. Administrator J P. McLemore. Francl I. McCal
25292128 Dear Sir-Yesterday: Senator Egyptian cotton and express the hope Resolutions were entered upon their ....pre. McClinchey. Thomas W. Pits r;>iarliv, Rod

(I Trammell and I called to see the War that this importation will not be per- .tlve journAl.they did, with determine the yea and and direct nay. that th..on..n.1 the, NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.All ert defendanta. Henry, P.whose Trimble residence, and V an'J Xhnm, ...
1J .
Trade Board regarding the importation mitted next year in order that the nid Joint Resolutions be submitted to the persons Indebted to the estate of J. E. known : ear'ga
ITEMS elector of the State at the General Election In
BRADFORD Wilson and Laura Wilson late of Bradford GREETING;
of Egyptian cotton. and. we learn growers of our Sea Island cotton may November. 1915. county Florida, deceased are requested to paytheir You and each of you are hervbtrau.j
. ed : NOW THEREFORE I. H. CLAY CRAW- said debts forthwith and all persons to be and appear before the judtt .' |!l
have chance ,
a to sell their '
Alvin Ra- FORD Secretary of State. of the State of -
21.-Mr. Circuit Court for the
Bradford, AUR. hiving claim against said estate are requested Eighth Judici, "ri| *>ui
1. Some Egyptian cotton was here Florida do hereby else notice that a I authenticated within of Florida In and for Bradford
them duly cn
his I think that have somewhat mis- to present
Sanford is visiting par- you
born I and some was on the when the or- GENERAL ELECTIONwill one :year from this date or they will be forever 7th day of October 1918. at the ".rtboi2.
r' ants here thin week.I. way understood the terms of the restrictions b. held In each county In Florida on barred In said County to answer a Hi,) ,f f\:,
) der was made allowing the importation Tuesday next succeeding the first MondAY In This 7th day of August 1918. plaint exhibited against you In ism. ,, nun hi
I. Mrs. W. M. Ilarrcll made a business now Imposed upon the importation November A. D 1818, the said Tuesday being F. M. WILSON H. O. Dennard.
this of bales. All this
trip to Gainesville Saturday.Mr. year of Egyptian cotton. the Administrator of Estate of J. E. and Laura The Bradford County Telegraph is heap,
was charged against the amount men. FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER Wilson deceased.BILL designated. aa a newspaper In which thu tit.tice .
Sumner Andreu, of Jacksonville\ tioned. All importations of low grade Egyptian Joint for the Resolutions ratification proposing or rejection amendment ef the laid to w..k.shall be published for eight' comecutitiWITNESS

is visiting his parents here this week. 2. All of the 80,000 bales has arrived cotton have been embargoed, the Constitution of the State of Florida, via. : TO QUIET TITLEIN my hand and the seal ,f ant
f Next Thursday will be the last day whether these cottons come from Peruor A JOINT RESOLUTION CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Court this the Slat day of July 1118.
and been allocated, except from Proponing an Amendment to Section fl of Ar JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR (SEAL W. T. WEEKS,
of the sing and we are going; to spread Egypt. It is true that a limited tide) XII of the Constitution of the State of IDA. IN AND FOR BRAD. Clerk Circuit Court Bnvlforf
11,000 to 12,000 and that is Florida
Relating to Education
dinner on the ground. Everybody in- probably enroute. quantity of Sakel cottons has been B. It Resolved by the Legislature of the State FOR CERY.COUNTY. IN CHAN. O. O. McCOLLUM.County Florida

'I' vited. permitted to come in, but thia has been of Florida R. O. Dcnnard Jacksonville Fla.
,. 3. This cotton comprises short staple That the following amendment of Section 8, Solicitor for Complainant i.2.ft
Mr. Mabry Harrell visited Brooker done in order to cause the least pos of Article XII. of the Constitution of the Complainant, ._ h _ _
as well as long staple. Only a va
:'r sible disturbance to the American State of Florida Relating to Education la florid Land & Immigration Co..
Saturday. I
portion of it was long staple, and that hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the et .1,
Mr. Harry Edwards has returned grown cotton, and at the same time elector of the State for adoption or rejectionat "..
school Gainesville. wan used in auto tires. I the next general election of Rupresentatlves, 'Sill"TO QUIET TITLE. Six month after date hereof I win pest
his in safeguard
home from adequate for the
: 4. It was suggested that the factsregarding an supply to be held In the year A. D. 1(118( ; that 1 Is to To the unknown heirs, devisees grantee, my voucher and Anal account to the Honor,
(: Harry says he thinks he will pass. the I necessary military needs.I Ray, that Section Sot Article XII of the Constitution and claimants, of through and under Clarence able G..... A. Gardiner County Judge d(
supply in this of
/ country the State of Florida be amended *oai deceased defendant whose reildeneea Bradford county. Florida, and ask for a,
at the homeof Bryan
There was a sing given ba presented<< to the U. S. Shipping i feel quite confident that the grow- to. read a* follows are unknown final discharge aa administrator of the stay
Mrs. W. M. Harrell's Saturday Section 8. Each county shall be required GREETING of J. R. Hallbrook and M. A. liallbrook ers of Sea Island cotton will have i
Board and that the Board be urged hi no to assess and collect. annually for the supportof You and each. of hereby requiredto .
I you are
night. Those present were, Misses conserve tonnage by refusing to Import difficulty In disposing of their entire less the public free schools therein a tax of not be and appear before the judge of the this the 29th day of March 191.
t I, than three (3> mills nor than
more ten
Cecil Reborn Blanche Andreu An- Circuit Court for the Eighth Judicial Circuit J. V. EDWARDS,
trop this at prices which will tint mills on tho dollar on all taxable
cotton year property
any Egyptian year, In the of Florida, in and for Bradford county on the 3-20-8 mo. Admimitnut"
neva Harrell, Alvin Raborn, of San- the supply in this country being am- yield a reasonable return.I same.A JOINT RESOLUTION 4th day of November 1918. at the CourthouseIn
said County to answer a Dill of Complaint
; ford; Sumner Andreu of Jacksonville; pIe to meet the domestic needs. assure you that the Shipping Board Proposed. amendment to the Constitution of exhibited against you In aid court by NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS
Florida.H Indebted. to the estat. 'F.
Malcolm Harrell and Mr. R. O. Dennnrd. All person
I Mabry and C. I am now presenting this Insistence will not permit the use of its vessel It Resolved by the Legislature of the The Bradford County Telegraph I t. hereby Abernathy late of Bradford comity Vwuxt

G. C. Perry. All report a nice time.C. ; to the Shipping Board. space for the importation of any prod Thnt State Article of Florida XIX : designated. a* a newspaper in which this no. are requested to pay their Bald 'e't.t "ink, '
of the Constitution of tice shall be for twelve consecutive with, and all persons having clilnt "eels'
M. Andreu made a business tripto (Signed ) I). U. FLETCHER, uct which a careful inquiry does not the Suite of Florida' he and the same Is here w..k. published duly authenticated within one year ffnir 'ks
Raiford Sunday, returning Monday reveal to be by amended. so as to read 11* follow: The lams described In the Hill of Complaintin the laid estate are requested to i .'tI "km
War Trade Board necessary. Article XIX. Section 1. The .
Washington ,
manufacture barred
this cause the title to which Is sought to date, or they will be forever
\ Messrs. Sumner Andreu and Alvin Aug. 15, 1918. Yours very truly, snle, barter or exchsnire of all alcoholic or Intoxirnting be quieted as against the above This the 26th day of July 1UIH.Mr .
Honors and beverages whether rplriluotis. d..t..ndan..j Alva Abernathy and Odclladministrutlx \ \I 'nI'l>
described *
visitors to the are iiitrticulHrly ns
t. Jtaborn were pleasant ,
lion! Duncan U. Fletcher, (Signed) LESTER SISLER. vinous or malt are hereby former E'<, of NE'i--SWtJ of NE'i- and .'n isI
springs Sunday.Mr. United States Senator Secretary. prohibited for medical In the State of Florida exci-i't alcohol -.SEI', of NW'i-NWH of NW'i; Section 8, I ly. of the estate of E. D. Abtrnath :j"D I
scientific or mechanical pur. and SE'', of NE'\., Section 4. Township 6, .26.iL
T. D. Edwards wife and chil- and wine for
Washington, D. C. From the above assurance from both poses sacramental purposes ; the
I dren Spent the day pleasantly at Lake Boards to Senator Fletcher, I feel that sale of aforesaid which alcohol and wine for the |ur-
My Dear Senator-Your letter of: limit hall he regulated by l I.w.
Butler Sunday. the Sea Island grower need have no Section 2. The Legislature shall enact lu't- +++}}+M##++++f+++++++++ n-+++++} 11}}}+++t t1H4
July 31st on the subject of the impor- able laws for the enforcement of the provis i
Miss Cecil Raborn was the guest of tation of Egyptian cotton, addressee. fear whatsoever but that we will bo ions of this article.

Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards Sun- to the War Trade Board, has been re- able to get the best price for our prod on.Soctlon the first This of January article shall A. I BO). 1)19 In-o fleet 1'1 :

day. ferred to this Bureau for reply. uct obtainable. The votes cant in compliance with hold proponed .

1 o Mr. G. C. Perry was the guest of While the War Trade Board deals Yours truly, lions and amendments return ,thereof and the shall canvass bo ,subjected dirlara- No Time t i

afternoon. to the same regulations and restrictions v
Mr. C. U. Shaw Saturday with question from L. A. DUNCAN. n* ore
t every a standpoint provided hv law for general elections in the
n Mr. Hammond Lynn and wife and of its effect on winning the war, an State of Florida =

little son, were visitors to Mrs. Har- earnest effort is at all times made + + . + . . + + + + A IN OK.ESTIMONY I have hereunto WHEREA set- I. :,

rell's Sunday. + LEGAL NOTICES 4 and ntHxivl the
( I protect to the greatest possible extent C.rentnSenl
Sumner Andreu was a visitor to the financial welfare of our citizcns. + + + + + . + + + + + + + -+ SEAL) : . ..t of tmflute TIIJAh: ....atFlorida. .., Like The -

Ilrooker Saturday. It is thought that a careful examination NOTICE OF SALE OP J.A'lIIS: OF MINORS the ty-fifth Capital day, of this July the twen A. 1>. i I

L'' C. II. Ncwsom was n business visitorto of the facts will show thatno BY rI'ARmSThltv 10IH.H. .
days nflor date hp-rmf on lo-wll the CLAY: ('RA WF'II)). I
C. M. Andreu Saturday. injury has been done to the cotton LT.lh iliiv (if Srpt.TnhiT. A. D. 11118, I will an' 8-fM3t. Secretary of Slate.
ply I tti the HnnnrtihU Oral ,\. Cartllnfr, County.Tiiiltri. .
Mrs. T. B. Edwards has been on the planters by the present restriction on . . of Itrnitfiml' ..."nl" Hi'i-Mii.. for an orilor !NOTICE TO PKiiTOHS: --AND- CREDITORS.! I Present
to cell at private sale the undivliltnl om- | 11m.
4 pick Hot this work.MKTIIODIST. importation of Egyptian/ cotton. thin. ) IntctvHt reach of Emma Chiwsrr KoscneChiss All' persons indebted to the estate of W. II. ;
rndiThlll. late of llrnilford County Florida,
The average annual imports of the r and Jiwoiihlnp Chi-sm-r. minor heirs ,
decensed. .
are required to their
said d..hlsI
of lIllie, S. Ch..r, tltwiisrd. In tend) to the pay
CHURCH Egyptian cotton the last five all having claim
: .: during follnwlnff di'scribf' l lanil lying and bring in I I ith..a persons
j years wrre 146,000 bales of 752 pounds i Urailforil county Floriila. to-wlt : sent them duly said authenticated estate are requested within to pro
one year
school will be held at the each. There were imported during the The Northeast Quarter nf Southwest Qunr- from thin date or they will, be forever barred.
Sunday 'i>r, anil the Northwest Quarter nf Soulh."tjunrlcr. : This To
7th day of August 191* i
first half of this < less eight art on west aide of HraKKllraneh. Buy
regular hour, 9:45: o'clock, Sunday, year (52,000( bales. The also .II'SM two acres whore graveyard J. L. UNDERHILL
be further 18,000 bales which will be Administrator of Estate of W H. Underbill,
August 25th. There will no permittedto IH now situated known as ttoilnn ffraveyaifl.Also deceased.

r service during the day as the pastor, come forward during the remainderof Northeast S. thrve-fourtha Quarter and of South Southwest threo-fotirth. Quarter, of of

Rev. T. L. Z. Uarr, is holding a revival this year represents but 22 per cent Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
all In Section Sixteen. Township Seven South Notice Ie I hereby given that I will sell at
meeting at Hampton and Mrs. Barr of what would normally come forwardto of Range Twenty East of Tallahassee. Meridian. public outcry" to the highest and best bidder ROOFINGA

will assist him on Sunday. bring the year's total up to the five for cash In hand on the 2Hth day of August A.
4 .: This 23nl day of August 191 R. D. 1918. at ten o'clock a. m.. the following described
year average of 146,000 bales. J. D. nAXTER.Guardian personal property belonging to the estate -
} CLOSED! TEMPORARILY There are no surplus stocks of the for Emma. Roscoe and JosenhintfThesser of W. H. Underhill, deceased, to-wit: tm
head of stock
Minors 8-23-Ct. swallow fork upper
Egyptian cotton. This is evidenced by and under bit In one ear straight split load deposited in our
In the other ear and branded "X :" also 10 head car just :
My refrigerator having "gone bad"I the LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS
p investigation of the Bureau of Research of stock cattle marked split and under. bit in
be to close market Umler the provision of Section in of the one ear swallow fork and underbit In the
will compelled my of the War Trade Board, whose Revised Ordinances of th* Town of Starke the other ear and branded "S."

e for a few days until I can get one report states, ,'There is at present a following list of the voter qualified to'vote at Ssld. sale to be made at the farm of J. L. ware rooms for i
the ireneral election in and for said town to beheld Underhill administrator.J. you.Prices .
Thanking all for patronage in the scarcity of Egyptian cotton .
as compared on Tuesday September loth I I. published fc. UNDERHILL.

past and soliciting a continuance when with the stocks on hand for the ; Administrator of the estate of W. II. Underhill

H w '1 reopen for business I am. corresponding date in the previousyear. Austin. IL-Alvnres. A J. W. -Alva..... J. M. deceased. 8-16-21.

Very truly This condition, of course, may Adklns. A. X.-Andrew,. *. .f. W. Jr. -Alvsres. NOTICE Right
P. W. AlvlI...... S. L. -Alvare AlonzoAndrews. -
WAINWRIGHT. Hereby notice Is given that the Town Council
A. A. be
P accounted for by considering the extent J. W. Sr. -Alvares, Frrol-Andrvu of Starke Bradford county. Florida will
to which imports have been curtailed A. O. -Andrews. R. J.- Anderson A. W. meet at the city halt on Tuesday September
n 3rd.. at 8 o'clock p. m., a* a board of equalisera -
during the past season. The Ilryan. .T. H. Rrvsn.; S. A Prooks. W. G. fur the purpose of hearing complaints and
t NOT YET OPENED;; Bureau of Research states also, "In Harr. T. I.. X.-.Balsilen.. W. W. -Itrownlee.II. . receiving testimony. as to the value of any I QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
view of the recent L. llundi-l.. Jncoh-Rrnnke. Albert -Hrown. |iroM' >rty. real, personal or mixed as fixed by
the town tax assessor for the year 1IMB againstthe
I Wm. llcnnett. G. H.-Rrysn. Walter.
" (Continued From Page 1) which have resulted establishing the nwnera. or agent of such property
.i superiority of Sakerlarides over Sea Cason. C. r. F. -Crew. A. 8.rrutehtleld. Chm. Pro Tern Town Council. I
members of the association would cooperate Island Chas Chaplain J. J.- -CAnov., C A. FITCH. 11111111t++ 111111111 l+4"tH 1 -++++++++++ 11111 +*+++++
cotton in the II
tensile strength t:. E.: Canoes J. F. -Colley. J. F. -( h.rk.I Town Clerk. 8-16-tt.
l with the farmers in the matter it is possible that the government's I C. If Cameron.. M. -Cr. "... A. C. -Campbell

; .t.: of holding! their cotton off the market specifications for the manufacture of E. T. n -

Ii: l until October 1st, thereby giving airplane fabrics may be revised in the utHwe. J 1II.--l1unran. E. -Darby.. A.

't t time to got all\ the cotton out of the near future so as to require Egyptian M. Davis .1. K.--Davis. W. -PowllnK.. H.
i M. Davis L A. Jr. -Dover, 1'urry.Edwards. .
1 l' fields and to more fully
i instead of Sea Island cotton. E

rxtent of the incoming crop. Your letter states that the importation W. F. Edwards. W. M Edwards l

You will note an appeal from the of 18.000 bales during the remainder J. W. Ensey. C. K. -Enuemon F W. J. YOU MAKE MONEYBut

government to the ginni'rs of tho state of the
j year "may determine Flitch J. E.-Freeman, A. 11 Futch.. C.
'y; r that these resolutions be complied the market and price for this year's ,\. Klorrld.. 1. H. Fernanili-i. R. S. -For-

with, in not beginning the ginning I crop of Florida Sea Island cotton' the syth. W. J.-Fisher. Wm r Fralick. J. O.

season until that time. Bureau of Research finds that the irilTm., T. J.-Reorue. P. -Gardiner.. O. Do YouSAVE

ri There is a considerable amount of price of Sea Island cotton is about 7-1 Griffin, 0..1.-Orsham. W. H.

old cotton held throughout the country cents compared with about 110 cents II
\ .
llavnes, J. O.-Hoover. C. -Hoover. J.
., and to rush the new crop on at this charged/ for Sakellaridia cotton It C.-Hoffman. A. HolUmrswonh.. O.-HoN IT?
Imirsworth., F. Hemingway.. H P.-fleminirway. -
will have a tendency to would therefore that if
time only I seem fiO.OOO I II F. --Mailman.' T II. -Hull. N. B.
lower the price, and cause a great financial |I bales imported during the first half of I II Hay n... O. L.

loss to all hands concerned. On I, the year failed to keep the price of J
Johns M L.--John*. A. H. John. J.ff-
July 29th I wrote Senator D. U. Sea Island cotton down, it i I. altogeth- Johnson. CHIT-John.. E. M. Jon.... D. C.-

Fletcher, Washington D. C., and called 1| or unlikely that the 18,000 bales imported John. R. S.-Juhns. F. B. John., S. R. The time may come when you will wish you had some of the

A his attention to the matter of the during the remainder of the
\ I Keller J.-Kite. Silas Kiekliter. J. F.- are frittering today.It .
importation of Egyptian cotton to theUnitf',1 year will keep down the price. On the Klrkliter., I.. W.-Knixht. C. A Knivht. D.F money you away

States in of the amount contrary, it is the fear of the best Kendrick T. N.-Kite. J... Sr. -KingN. ,
e excess informed T. is easy to save, if you but make up your mind to do so.

of bales as provided by the War Industries people in the trade, that the I LI Make the start NOW by opening an account with us.

Hoard, and on July :31st I received small importation. of 18,000 bales ofSakellaridi I I I nvoritren. H. Mvlnmtton.. C C I.omr.
1 \ V lung F. II.-LlmbauKh. r. N.Law,
a letter from him stating that during the remainder of W. C.

he was doing, all he could, along the the year will induce abnormally high M

r lines mentioned in my letter. 1 will prices unless, curbed In the allocation Mon(t. \. -Miinran.: JW Valphurs.. W
I F Matthews' E. S- ("ek. M.,.-.- :Mitchell. ,
,4i, 4 give herein in detail letters from Senator I of this cotton pl'\'i
Fletcher to myself with ,letters to limit prices.Under I C.. \ M.irrhee.. C. K. -M.Itr I> -MannineJ. BANK OF STARKEState
f Mutt. W. F Mercer 1 -Mutt n.
War Trade Hoard and United : the I.. M .,.
him from I circumstances it would n. I I. K.Moore.. W. J. Muaon. Henry

i States Shipping Hoard. Senator seem unwise to reduce!! the imports for Mii'oey Geo. N

Fletcher has naked that I give them to the remainder of the yiar below 18,000' Newman. M. P. County and City Depository

the new nnr't'r" for publication. They 1'iiles. However there is now a dNcusion \ r

.h arc as follows: | n* to whether further restrictions I'arker. .John Pee. C. I.- 1'....... C. F STARKE FLA.
IVir' H O. -f'ullham. l>. I'. Cornell. J.
War Trade Hoard. Washington should lie imposed to insure that there C .Cecil *. L.-1'e.'k. J. I..--Popped. E. R. ,

Bureau of Imports, August will! bo included in the 18,000 bales to Parker M.
R t
r'7 :a. 1)18.! come forward. a sufficient quantity of
I Ritch. J It. Ri...... P. -Robinson. J.

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Ga., are receiving congratulationson MADE I'p Tt'ESD.t1'::, NI'.HT: (; Roberta Cn! Jan. 21, liHT. Ak

the birth of a daughter, August Old Kentucky Mfg Co., A SLUGGISH LIVER y.

Bits of LocalInformation I 21st :Mrs. Fields!. is visiting at the Fornlt'r11)01': [ C. .'. Hm>.cr Wi;:l He Gentlemen Paducah, Ky. r
: Crashes Into Sour
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Candidate for Mayoralty: ( A :Mr. Will Wachter of this county Bile, making

S. Powell. had some hogs that wore down with You Sick and You Lose

At :. -picial meeting of the town cholera and had given up all hope of ;

ARE YOU READINGthe : council; hold Tuesday i;:lit the ticket; saving thorn and would not spend ono a Day's Work. y
I penny on them I him
!gave one
war which are being printed for the election to be held
tG..r.hOrr, r_,,.. .abut ..f I poems on Tuesday, 15-H pail of your It. A. Thomas'' Hog Calomel salivates It's
r"1 M ... c. rer..d T.rlrI on the editorial page of the September 10th, was made up. Petitions Powder and he has., just come in and Calomel mercury.
) acts like
j I NEW YORK HERALD I in behalf of the following named paid me for it and advises that everyone dynamite on a sluggish
of his sick hogs! got well and! tha'the h\er. When calomel comes into
? virile filed their will
every day They are stirringly persons were names with
hail killed them mid now ban themin contact sour bile it crashes into
I be printed on the ofllcial ballot: his smoke house and that they it, causing cramping and nauneu.
Miss![ Alice Thornton, of Raiford, 1ssiting I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dowling, of Y. M. C. A. WORKERS WANTED: For Mayor:, were us fine as any he had killed thuear. I If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated -

Miss Maude Manning. Oviedo, were guests of Mr. and Mrs I I"'. F. Hoover. >' and all knocked out, just go

'A. S. Crews during the week. Dr. E. T. Campbell, county chairmanof For Councilmen: I want to add that he said that Ins I to your druggist and get a 60 cent

Paul Baisden, of Jacksonville, spenthe Y. M. C. A. War Work Council, is J. F. Colley. hogs were down and, so sick that he bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which .'

week-end in Starke with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dowling, of Lake in receipt of a telegram from A. W. D. C. Jones had his to wife prize poured their the mouths powder ap11lOti'their Is a harmless vegetable substitute for Ii

Butler, were guests at the home of Mr. Honeycutt, state recruiting secretary, H. G Mason.J. throats. dangerous! calomel. Take a spoonful

JflO( cures Bilious Fever.-Adv. and Mrs. A. S. Crews Tuesday. advising him that the rapidly expanding W. White. Please find a check in full of my account ant) if it doesn't start your liver and
I and with kindest regards, we straighten you up better and quicker
work of the Y. M. C. A. makes it For Clerk:
of Jacksonville, bog to remain, than nasty calomel and without making .
I j, Hampton Jones, Fresh garden seed at the Cash and! imperative that Florida furnish twen C. A. Futch. I d
| business trip last week. Carry Store.L. Your very truly, you sick, you just go bark and get
as here on a ty-five workers for each month during For Tax Assessor: BANKSTON BROS. your money ;

the remainder of the year. N. D. Wainwright. Sold by R. S. Jones.-Adv. i If you take calomel today you'll be
of Jacksonville,
Mr. James Darby, A. Duncan, prominent merchantand I 1i
For Marshal and Collector: and nauseated tomorrow; besides
La' week-end guest of Mrs. II. cotton buyer of Lake Butler, was Sour Stomach und Belching !
the It
( C.I RAIFORD! ITEMS: A. L. Alvarez may salivate you, while If you take
,chard, I transacting business in Starke Tuesday Silas Kite. "When I began! taking Chamberlain's Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up

Raiford, Aug. 21.-:Mr. Walter M. For Treasurer Tablets throe years ago I was feeling great, full of ambition and

Fruit, Jars at Cash and Carry Store. Graham, of South Jacksonville, was a A. S Crews.: troubled most of the time with belching ready for work or play. It's harmless,

Mrs. W. P. Archer, of Key West, visitor here last Sunday.Mr. and sour stomach. I also had headaches pleasant and safe to give to children; t
returned Saturdayrem For Marshal '
? N Sternberg visited relatives and friends in Starke R. J. Andrews, who has been Night : and constipation. This remedywas they! like it. ((13-4H) t1
of several days H. Austin.
a business trip and vicinity during the week. employed in Jacksonville for the past Bon Johns. I just what my system needed. It I Istrl'ngtht'nl'tl
---- /t
Jacksonville. few months the week-end with my digestion and restored -
spent '
Mr. and Mrs. L. and Three members' of the council are to COFFINS CASKETS iJ''
George Massey me t* my former good health, '
his Hon. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews
athe : parents,
is visiting
Mrs, Bryant Hodges family and Mr. and Mrs. Rogers are be elected at this time, Messrs. D. C. writes Mrs. A. D. Smith, Jordan, N. And a full line ofUndertakers' .
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jones, E. S. Matthews and J. W.
| home spending a couple of weeks at the Y.-Adv.
D. H. of Ga
Dr. Odum
Ogden Supplies
P. Hoffman. Matthews' cottage at Kingsley lake. White being the members whose terms .
spent Wednesday and Thursday of expire. Mr. Matthews\ will not be a Automobile Hrnrae.Always s

Malarial Fever.Adv.Ellery last week with his sister, !Mrs Dora candidate for re-election. EYE'S en hand. The best H...-
He retires
f\fe, cures Miss Hilda Lewis, who has been the

popular young guest of her sister, Tison. From the council after serving for e. tf. Tested vice' at the lowest priced. Special {
Davis returned from his va- Mr. Geo. O Jacobs visitor to
was a about ten attention to telegraph orders.
hiss Mrs. J. C. Robnison, for the past two years. ,
Saturday and has resumed Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. .
Btion months, left Wednesday for her homein Broken L.. .
Mrs Valencia Registered Embalmer
W. S. '
s as carrier. Jasper. and moved MINER QUITS EMPLOY OF Sams Day" &* Rtcitvcd sWsSpeci.lur i,

to Jacksonville Monday. CITY; \V. L. WALL APPOINTED J on nail I Orders.We Pity Pbstats
Mr.[ ,and Mrs. W. D. Mott and chil- GCfl cures Headache, Biliousness, Markillie Johnson and Avery Tison ,. 140 W rOHSVTH I DeWITT C. JONES

to Jacksonville last were visitors to Lake Butler Everett -- - - ---- Starke Fla.
ren went up Loss of Appetite, or that tired aching Thursday :Miner, for several months ,
cek to visit relatives. feeling, due to Malaria or Colds. Fine afternoon. past superintendent of the city light Urove'a Tasteless chill Tonic ...

1 ___ Tonic.-Adv. Mrs. Nancy Britt and daughter, I und water plant, has resigned and will restores vitality and energy by purifying rod en..
full line of fresh garden seed. Cash Mrs. F, L. the rkhluH' the blood. You can rain feel 111 strengthening ,
Wainright were guestsof I go:\ to North Carolina to enter the em- 1
|nil Carry Store. I :Mrs. R. P. Turner returned to her !Mr. and Mrs. E, D. Futch Sunday. I ploy of the Dowling Lumber Company. Invljorttlnj Effect Trice sap

Rev J. A. Hcndry, of Largo, spent home in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon Messrs. Tate P. Denmark and Ury ,This company is installing very largo I (;IWWIN( noes DAVISAgency

of last week at the home of after spending several days in Sapp were in Staike :Monday saw mill and Mr. Miner will have For u hog to IIP 1 profitable, he must

hursday Mrs. W. B. Young. 'Starke with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. ;Miss Malymc: Pinholster, of Brooker I charge of the electric plant by which bo kept growing from birth to marketing hh

r ind ''F. B. Johns. is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J. the mill will be lighted. The bond age. lie cannot be ptolitable' ( Est. 1886))
I unless he Is healthy. He can always
\Iii* Josephine Brooks, of Gaines- II Johnson trustees have elected W I.. Wall superintendent I bu in u profit-pi'educing condition if
lilli it the guest this week of Miss I Fall hats are arriving now At :Mrs. J. I.. Whitten and daughter, ; of the light and water hiU", foil 11. A. 'Thomas'' (Hog! Powder INSURANCESTARKE r

May Long, at Kingsley lake. i Knight'sillinery: Establishment Dorothy Lee, are visiting relatives in ;plant. I \Vo positively tell you that this rcm-
plla i j I
Dni:1yGa. edy |prevents' cholera. remove worms i
:I'i Mrs. S. T. Dell and children, of anil I cures thumps. If the powder.
000( cures Chills and Fever.-Adv. I Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. HIGHLAND: NEWS (!dues not make good, we will Sold l by t
-- i R. S. Johns.-Adv.
Mr I). C, Jones left Sunday for Wilson, of Starke, are at the Week'scottage CLASSIFIED '_ 1

jtaldosta, Macon and Atlanta, where ,, on Kingsley lake for a three'eks' Highland I, Aug. 21.-Mr. J. B. Pad- I 1I L t
week ten days. I 1 I[ \\'( sojourn. 'J
e will, spend a or gett, of Gainesville, was n business _

visitor here Friday. FOR SA 1.1'21: head of good mules; I -- f )
of Lake When you decide, we'll help you figure I
Mr and Mrs. B. Feinberg, the cost. The Quigley Lumber & !\I.. and Mrs. Clarence Smith have 5 limber carts and l hainoss G. C" II III II+.1.1. i+++++++++ t

feutle,'. were guests Sunday at them Co for moved back to their former home at Sweat, Stnike. R-23-tf. i WellDo I .
Supply improvements.Mr. I Keep
'> < ,f Mr, and Mrs. N. Sternberg.Mfn I> oLand and will reside there in the -!-.. - -- -- COMPARISON

: and :Mrs. H. W. Rniford and future FOR SALH-Four months old Barred 1 '
bathing not allow the \\ r INIII tomp.iriion, holh
wool and cotton
(Miss I II! Lucy V. Perry, of Raiford, mo- Mr. W. :M. \Viniberii-v loft Saturday Plymouth Rock rooster, ono dollar I poisons! of' undigested:( at to price anil quality, of our
|un at Stump's.Mi II I':'toieil over to Starke Tuesday. Mr. to: enter government service as a railway J. W, Hartjience, Starke It food to accumulate in "
tl'oiee line of
I Raiford, who is state convict inspector, mail clerk. Jacksonville wil' befj '__H i your bowels where they
.1.E. Maines aCter a pleasant aborted into
has ![ was enroute to Bushnell. .'; hl' .l ITIM 1 with friends and relative, I I system. IndlJcsllon;: ,cau.
,., ned to his home in Luke Butler.Mi A nu/nbor of our people intended potatoes. Inquire] Ilnrtponoe, 61'pillion, headache, bad lil'nl\ I lit.ill--- muil hnvo t ,
Mrs. E. C. Pound, Mrs. Turner church services at Maxville SundllY.AmonA' Stark*. It blood, and numerous them

Pound and Misses Helen Phifer and them were Misses Leona and _____.___ ___ __ I other troubles arc bound
Jacksonville anti
Julia Solomon, of to 'follow. Keep your After comparing| our goody
s ihc, guest of Mr. and :Mrs.[ J. F. :Margaret. Grace, of Gainesville, were Thelma Griffis, Martha Wilkinson, REGISTERED: ; : : :Mule[/ hog for Sl'rvi" system clean, as thousands |prices" with there, when you

'''iiter at their cottage! on Kingsley guests for a short time last Saturday Maggie/ Crf'wsIr.: and Mis I). L. N. 11. (Hull. of others do, by KNOW why have no foa r
Baki at the home of :Mrs. T. W. Sweat Rigby, Messrs.: Andrew Wilkinson! and I taking an occasional dose
of the old reliable MIKE'S FRUIT STORE I
Gad GrifHs.! FOR SALE-Some young mules at a vegetable ri

666,< < ,cures by removing the cause. Dr. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic Mrs. H. C. Wimberley was rhoppinj bargain J. C. Manning, Starke__ 1 cine. family liver media ill I in .1111 1 I 1 1 ++#i ii i :I

for sale only by Mitchell's .Drug Store "Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. I
FOR S\LE-1I5 acres of land, nine
Mr[ and Mrs. E. R. Poppell spent Price 30c. T. T. Blackburn was A business acres fenced and under cultivation; I Thedford's

un day at Lake Butler, guests of Mrs. visitor to Whitehouse Saturday.Mr. small house; 11 head of ('nttle0 Hogs Well
'orpell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. I I C. C. Tatum has opened a pressing : L. F. Lang, traveling salesmanfor with farm. II. E.: :Moorer, Thercosa. I Keeps

omlinson. dub in the building adjoining; the Ford Bee Brand products, was a busi- 8-2-lt. Black-Draught Dr Wll and.on'.prevents! Of, rr']
; and will do first class work at .fniot hoes r
Garage ness visitor here Saturday. all th. kind w iloh
:Mr, John Powell, who has been I: all times. An experienced man will Cotton picking has begun. in this FOR SALE-One horse wagon and It tone up. k."l>. In .uoil nd eomll-..v.. n

( 'have charge of this club and all workis section and the farmers think there harness. Will accept good milk cow //.d.htat11'quidaformat .olubl.. )
nnah. in trade for the outfit. I Mrs. W. F. Pickle of .lv.n In water. every how, strong
guaranteed will be a pretty good yield in spite of Quigley or wok ..u It* .h.r..
I Rising Fawn,Oa".write*
borne i I Lumber & Supply Co. 8-9-tf Guaranteed
this week. the boll weevil. I "We have used Thedford's Satisfaction
A summer sale of ladies and children -- Uxid for 1' with uniter'a.ueeen
Mr. B. II. Carter, of Jacksonville, Ulack-nnught; as .tlrnl lio.-r..l...ri.
Ford top and back curtain for $10. a hats. Worth $3 to $4.50, going was visiting friends and relatives here LOST-White and liver colored pointer a family; medicine. My ...hl under by mon.y-back prui
:M. Leviton, Starke. for $1.25: to $1.98 at Stump's. dog answers to name of "Sly." mother-in-law could not of A.U your; dru.".i.t t
Thursday. Mr. Carter was at one timea ; take calomel' it seemed for IL If h. can't 8"1>1'11'' willwad
Finder will receive reward for information .pal-l for II Oft
Misses Georgia Epperson and Mary Grapes 5 cents a quart, pick them resident of Highland. too strong for her, so she Ballon iloukUt pr fr..,

Madney; of Lake Butler, have been yourself. Vineyard at Kingsley lake Mr. J. W. Briggs, representing Norris of whereabouts or deliveryto I mild used laxative Black-Draughlasa nnd liver WII... lUiuwlr (). ,".1I Paint, n. '
mr, W. E.: Torode. Lawtey 8.11.1FOIL ; :
Visiting i. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baptist church. W. W. Carpenter, P. & Co., was a business visitor here _ I regulator.. We use it

.1 Fpperson. O. Address, Route 3, Starke. 8232t. Monday. in the family and believeit
. KALE-Throe Jersey cows, is the best medicine for A1lw.k
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chickens, housl.'hol.'oot' !", farm the liver made." Try it.
:Millinery ;
Judge< and Mrs. B. D. piers and Wait for opening at Knight's I
Insist on the
Chattels, harness Immediate .Jenuint-:
fimilv, of establishment. Date will be announced surrey
/ Gainesville, are spending 'I I hedford'S. :, a packUNIVERSITY -
chit later. Evergreen, Aug. 21.-:Mr. Brittan .,..Ie. Leaving the stato :Mn. i:-75
< at Mrs. H. C. Richard's cottage aKe.
I Rosier attended church at Galilee on Van I lIykp. Lawtey, Fla. H.').tf. :
Kmgsloy lake.ontains I Fm ,, .xr a.uaw re.uaitM
I I I Mrs. E. W. Stewart and children, Saturday night. TbuL.b1II.OKMM Mwi. I.f hi
'"ae Mr. Delbert Sapp was a visitor at I'OUNIliunch: of keys with tag in- j
no alcohol, arsenic, nor LeRoy and Louise, returned home on ._ 1I
(.the- poisonous drugs.-Adv. I'[, Wednesday after a pleasant visit in Mr J. W. Griflls Sunday night I scrib. d as follows: "8. Starko. tll! :!" i

- -- I I''Monticello' : [ with :Mrs. Stewart's par :Mrs. H. S. Sykes and daughters, I Kevs were found Worthington () ()to' PIOKII I srvn coi.i.i-fn:; ;

Prof. pope and family, of Baton ents Rev and Mrs. C. W. Inman. Clara and !Mrs. Jim Sykes, of Island Springs.! Finder may have mime by Gainesville i'/He WOMINi :

Rouge La., are comfortably locatedor While away they also visited Mrs. Turner Grove are visiting her daughter, !Mrs I pay' In I(' for this advri.tisi-mont. ;Ifililllry Trnming; I'nder Army()lliccrs .. Inhassea
> A. R. Starling, and l :Mrs James ".in. I in Ana end Helinc, Agnaultur'n. -ii..II.JM| ,'. arum 2A Florl.l.i. rwoun,', nnil' I I'SliilvM
Wfller! street in one of :Mr. U. D.llner' :Mrs. Stewart's sister, of Montgomery Rosier --- 'h.mlr..l.. Klpcl riciil and rhinlrnl' f;ue, ll'l,-)H Total sal, Inrluilinic, !Mummer
[ cottages. Ala. this week. FOK SALE::200 acres of land 100 '.ra. law, Tpachefn Colli-Kt. luitiuf. frti -.. W'" "I l ami Hh.irt Cuumu W.II..I one fur t
Mr. head of stock cattle of mules I'' fur and :Mrs Jim Futch and children pair ;
I I good location school and A. Mt'RPIIREE. l'rI'Hitlo'It. I IIWAnU: > CON: It A Df. PreHidrnt
prof D. J, Blocker, of Stetson University Stitch in Time Saves-embarrass were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur shipping point, m males, postoflice For in- r.

DeLand, recently visited his ing exposure, and repairs made NOW Starling Sunday. formation see J. E. Douglass, -
mother Mrs. Brockmeyer, and sister,'I'to your buildings; saves material and Misses Pasco Gnffls and Ellery Redding ford Fla. GUll-I I rr

(:Mrs J. T. Wills. I the rise in price. Quigley Lumber & attended church at Galilee Sat HOMELESS !

I Supply Co. urday night. FOR SALE:-40 acres of land about
Our line of Palm Beach suits will : Mr. Ellery Redding was a visitor at three and one-half miles from r

I'e! closed out at very low prices.tump's. I Mrs. Lloyd Clark, of Atlanta, Ga., the home of R. D. Griffis Sunday even Stark near the Starke and Lawtey ';
is the home of Dr. and Mrs. What a terrible thing; it In to In :
| ;I| visiting; at ing. public road. Inquire of J. Pof-hli, Y

E. T. Campbell. Mrs. Clark spent Misses Virgie: and Myrtie Gnffls 131,9:t ;! Burley Ave, Chicago, III. l-7v 1 burned nut and heft without shelr i

:Mrs W. B. Harvard and children the winter in Starke seven years ago; were visiting their uncle and aunt, 8-n-r.t. ar ter and, no insurance/ Do you ev. I i i'J'JL

I motored to Waldo Saturday and spentth and Is pleasantly remembered by a Mr.\ and Mrs. Arthur Starling, Sunday.Mr. I S er think what it means. to you- I

| week-end with the former's large number of friends. She is assistant : [ J. W. Griffis I
parsnta. the
spent day Sunday S'\
FOR SALE-Farm of :J17! acres, 100 /W : and vOllr..1 If you were burned

Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Jolly. Sanatorium superintendent, Atlanta. of the Piedmont Richard with GnfTta.DIbert his .parents, Mr. and Mrs ai'r< H cleared, under/ wire fence, two I L mi. tomorrow are you insured? Is a

Mrs J. p. Robinson and daughter, Sapp was. a visitor at the net)' ;,buildings Will cell, running.'nerul( field water/ infield I '. property insured' ? It cost
gi crops
::11""i",. Eunice, of Jacksonville, wereleu Cars for hire on Sunday trips to home of Mr. J. W. Wilkerson Sunday with .. 'little, to have ample/ insurance
Kingsley lake. Round ; and farm implement-* placp ii
h' Hi ''If Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. )I : and :Mrs James Rosier also U without insure
.cnvc, :Mike's Fruit Store every hour were Now River station, 7-roomed a' y it. Let us your

during the day. Parties return at any M-iting Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Starling hou'-e, largo lot ,,-'''n .wring. pecan f ;t j N Yk,. homo ugiiniNt ("in without delay. +
< to \ Store fore
Mitchell's Drug ,
Sunday.Mr. Y
seed time. i tree, in Stark'. J. I'oppell I!,
mustard seed colery I
: Jeff Griffin:
was a pleasant visitor
t''k' and all-spice. Star "-, 8-9-It!
:Mrs O. W. Maines: and family of to Mr. T. T. Blackburn Sunday "

'I.." Jessie Thomas returned Friday Monteocha: Alachua county were visitors afternoon. For Indigestion;. on. tll'atlon-or JOS. E. WILSON a

| f> n ''iamesville; where she has been to Starke Monday :Mr. :Maine :.Missefl Bryant Rfdding: and Louis Biliousness;

>"-nding the teachers training class .toM.! n representative of the Telegraphthat OriCls were visiting Mr..1. W. Oriffis; Just try one .ID-cent bottle of LAX-FOS

the University of Florida. :Miss> the farmers in his section are expecting Sunday. WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid [Digestive' and STARKE FLORIDAt.v

Th) )mn, WM accompanied by Miss[ Ida ; to get: half a crop of cotton,1 I :Misses Hrittain and Horace Rosier recommended Laxative' pleasant to the to public take.l hy Paris Made Medicine -

"orren the although the boll weevil infestation were visiting at Mr\ R D Gritty Sunday .
also student at -
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who was a To. a ur.r,1" < tur rinfl i < > rr j
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;IIF' Bradford County Farmers ''I j I News Notes Of The County l

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I I :NEWS I Little Ruth McEwen, of Lake Side, 1lrs.Valker has
, <1.f> '" . :. !" !' t' '$> !> I shedding reported. Condition, 70 per Klondyke, Excelsior and Missionaryare returned ,0, her
last week here with home
the best varieties for marketing.For pent a day or two at Hastings. She has been
I REPORTSBay '!' cent.North Central Florida reports the home use, some other varietiesare Long Bridge;;: Aug. 19-Miss Edith friends I I at the bedside of her little daughtl?
Y COUNTY: AGENTS: plant Johnson and brother Herman, were Grapes are being kept rapidly on I Mildred, for the past three
4 weevil very active. Cotton stalk small satsifactory, one may weeks Tht
I I of :Miss Annie :Mae Anderson the move in this section. I(I nurse, Mrs.
guests of
'.' .. -$> .. !> '!> > . <$> I Mr. S. B. Woodard visitor to has also
Christmas to of Raiford Sunday.Mr. was a returned. We are :
65 centCentral cession of berries from I glad to
County-Enterprise Lumber I per : Smith Johns has been visiting I Hampton Saturday.Mr. port that little l'I!
Excelsior for ear- Mildred is
Florida Over the greater June. Plant the an I(I
stock farmof : Improving
'i Co. is arranging to pen a his mother for the past week Mrs S. J. W. Batten, formerly of this rapidly.Mrs. .
Cattle and] of the district the growing sea. ly crop.
GOO to 800 acrei.
from moist rich N. Johns. place, but more recently of Jackson I I Equilla Dixon, Gladys
will be raised. A son has been fine. Good growth of Strawberries require a Fay and
Poland-China hogs stalk and heavy bloom but the boll soil with good drainage. Most growers I I :Mr. Joe Dowling has returned home ville, was a visitor Thursday night at I Fulton !McCulla, motored to Gaines.
erected.St. .
dipping vat will I be where he has beenat the home of Mr. : B. Wood
d : weevil doing much damage.The select fiatwoods land, preferably with I from Jacksonville and Mrs. S. I ville Thursday. Miss Fay McCm8ac| .

Lucie County-Taking the county southern edge of the district, a clay subsoil near the surface. If work. ard,, companied them back. She has been
:Mr. Gerald Adkins has returned to Mr. Will Jones has been quite ill\ attending school
y as a whole, the damage done by which is planting cotton for the first planted on dry, light. Randy soil it will )I at the University
r his home from Jacksonville for the past few days. At this writing Mr. Marvin Ogden
be irrigate frequently. !
the semi-tropical army worm H not as time, reports a heavy crop and no wee- necessary a business
Mr. Roy Thomas and brother, Harley they report him some better. His: trip to Waldo Saturday.
great as was at first thought. The vile. Some rust and shedding is reported Strawberries require 1500 to 2000
1 Oscar Crosby, Miss: Corie Turner, numerous friends wish for him. a Messrs. Geiger Barry, J. H.
worm stripped two or three from excessive rains. Condi- pounds of fertilizer per acre, analyz-I I Surren.
army Ethan Sapp and Joe Dowling were the speedy and Jim
. fields in sections where it first ap- tion, 74 per cent ing 3 to 4 per cent ammonia, 8 to 101 I recovery. cy made a 1'imne.,' .
guests of Miss Blanche :Moody Friday The Christian people here have decided trip to Starke Saturday.
L peared. :Most of the farmers, seeingi SAM: T. FLEMING, per cent phosphoric acid and a potash I
i If( Field Agent cent higher. On night. that a mid-week prayer meetingwill Rev. Smith and daughter, Ruth
what the pest could and would do content of 3 per or I and
Mr. Raymond Brown, of Pleasant be of much benefit to the commun Miss Alma Price spent the
left alone awakened to the gravity ors account of the scarcity and high priceef'potash I week-end
;; anti SELECT GOOD SEED CORN: Hill, was the guest of his cousin, :Mr. ity. They met at the Christian church at Raiford. While there Rev.
the situation and used every man fertilizers many growers Smith
Joe :Moody Sunday.Mr. Wednesday night and had I filled his
1 from their fertilizer prayer regular appointment
t means available to control the pest. will omit this
In a number of sections splendid results Carefully selected, tested corn often formula. The fertilizer should be given : :'olarionIoody., of Lake Butler, meeting. Needless to say there was a Mr. and Mrs. Phlin Geiger were

were obtained through commun- yields from 10 to 15 bushels an acre in two applications, making the visited his family Sunday, returning large crowd present. pleasant visitors here Sunday

ity action. The farmers ere preparingto more than untested, crib corn. It requires first ten days before plants are set and to Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. Messrs.! Arthur Bennett and Kilmer Mr. Jackson and Wife, of Cyril at

fight the next brood of army worms from 10 to 12 ears of cern to the second application when forms :Mr. and Mrs O. B. Moody and little Woodard were visitors to Brooklyn on tended church here Sunday.Mr. .

if it should appear.Orange plant an acre. One man can select in show for bloom. An additional 100 son, Seeber, were guests of Mr. and Thursday night Rex Thomas and sister !Doreasa,

t one day enough seed for 10 to 100 pounds of nitrate of soda per acre applied :Mrs W. E. Yarborough Sunday. Capt. Heiberger and children, of were pleasant visitors here Saturday

. County-Out of 81 farm acres, depending on how good his corn about thirty days after the sec :Mr. Gerald Adkins and brother.Dra.ton Brooklyn, attended prayer meeting afternoon.Mrs. .
found is how carefully he selects and how and Mr. Everett Reynolds here Wednesday night. I Strickland and daughters
. t properties inspected, 7 were ond application of fertilizer will usually \Hattie .
more or less infested with the army rapidly he works. Labor is scarce, lengthen the fruiting period if were guests of :Mr. Joe Moody Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Woodard, of and Lillie, and son, Dewey. of

worm. In no case was the Infesta- but what does the labor of two days the plants are growing slowly, but it :Miss Maud Crews was the guest of Starke, spent Sunday here, the guests Waldo, spent the week-end here with
:Miss Gladys Johnson Sunday. of Mr. and :Mrs S. B. Woodard. '
tion serious. amount to in comparison with 1,000 is not necessary if the plants are friends.Mr. .
bushels of corn, the possible increasein growing and fruiting well. Miss Leona :Moody was the guest of The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R.M. [ and !Mrs. Rolesem, of Waldo attended .

Walton County-Hereford cattle yield on 100 acres? their beds 1 :Miss Blanche :Moody Sunday. King has been quite ill for several the revival meeting here part
,\ brought from Texas to this county are ---a-- Most growers replant taken Mr. Joe :Moody was the guest of one days At this writing he is improv I of last week.

r b, doing nicely. We now have more than :NOW FOR A HOME: GARDENThe each from year, using during young the summer.plants The I of his Lake Butler friends Saturday. ing.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Byrd, of Louise,
Some boy and girl friends of Misses : Willie Brinson formerly of Lar :
a hundred head. Some herds are producing be set from August to spent the week-end here with relatives.Mr. .
home vegetable garden is the plants may Blanche and Leona Moody, of near kins but more recently of Pikesville
I a 100 per cent calf crop. I November, preferably about September I Roy Birt, of Louise, was a vii.
f I v k best antidote for the high cost of living I Dukes, enjoyed a car ride Sunday.Mr. Tenn., having gone there to enter the itor here Sunday afternoon.

r' V\ Flagler County-Cotton and rice or the monotony of eating canned |I and, 20.October Those usually set during yield best.September : and Mrs Joe Hodge visited Mrs. employ of the II. A. Shaver Co., stop- Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Surrency and

'.\ 'i\ planted after the spring potatoes are goods during the hot summer months. Hodges' parents, Mrs. Jasper Tyess, ped over here for a few days visit children visited friends and relative

l'' making satisfactory progress. The Florida sun discourages garden- INSURES: HOGS CHEAPLY Saturday.Mr. with friends and relatives while en. at Brooker Sunday.Mr. .

ing for a considerable period during Ethan Sapp has received his route to his home at Larkins. I' and Mrs. D. M. Byrd and chil!

Orange County-The industrial com- the summer, but there are a few plants Vaccination Coats Little In Comparison orders to report for army service at Miss Estelle Woodard spent several dren, of LaCrosse, spent the weekend

mittee of the Orlando Board of Trade which will help materially to supply With Pork Prices an early. days this week in Starke with rela- with the former's parents, :Mr. and

have developed plans for installing a green foods for the table when they Mrs N. G. Moody and little son and tives.Master : Mrs. D. J. Byrd.

cotton gin which will be ready for are most needed.W. Vaccination is cheap insurance daughter, Jay and Lois, visited Mrs. Roy Tillis of near Starke,) Rev. Peeples, of Gainesville, was a

.t next year's crop. Dairymen in the L. Floyd of the University of against hog cholera in view of the :Moody's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred spent a few days here this week with pleasant visitor here Saturday.

county will soon have all dairy cows Florida college of agriculture believes present high prices of pork, accordingto :McKinney the past week. Samuel and Percy Woodard. I Mr. Lige Strickland was a business

tested for tuberculosis. farmers should pay more attention to the University of Florida: extension j Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas gavea The farmers of this section who visitor to Waldo Friday
I, the home garden Only limited plant- division. The exact health condition have castor beans are beginning to !
peanut boiling Saturday night. Mr. and !Mrs. Lando :Maines, of
It. Walton County-One hundred forty ings should be attempted until the cool of the hogs or pigs should be ascer- harvest them. The yield is larger'
Those Misses Minnie and Louise visited friends here af
present were, Sunday
f \. thousand pounds of wool was shipped fall months. :Mr. Floyd suggests that tained before treatment. The herd than was at first expected.Mr. I
:Myrtle Yarborough, Blanchard and ternoon.
from DeFuniak Springs the first week savoy leaf spinach, flat dutch and pur- should be penned in a clean and disin- anj Mrs. G. C. Tillis and
in August. :Most of this wool was Leona Moody, Edith and Gladys John chil-I Miss Marshie Turner, of Rochelle!! ,
::11 I r ple top turnips curley mustard and fected enclosure the day before they dren, of near Starke, were
Corie Turner Flossie Eula and
J. produced in the county. The price was radishes may be plantel in Augustand are treated. This allows the herd to son, the home of Mr.! and Mrs. S. B. Wood was a pleasant visitor here Sunday.

.r 1 416 1.2 cents a pound. Walton county will come on by the time the fall become reconciled to the new sur- Mary; Messrs.: Joe, Dan and Hob ard Sunday. Mrs. Jake Ponds, of Monteocha attended .

I p' is preparing to take care of its pro garden Is planted. These vegetables roundings. One may then take temperatures Johnson, Levy and Raymond Norman, Cotton picking is beginning to be the Woodmen Circle here Fri
Thomas Johnnie
Harley Yarborough
,. a duce; two new feed and grist mills should be planted during the rainy sea and come to some definite the order of the day here now. I day afternoon.The .

i i,: have been installed in the last few son so that plenty of moisture will be conclusions as to the condition and Loney Sapp, Henry Wilkerson Herman Ethan :Mr. G. M. Bennett has accepted a ,, revival meeting conducted br
Sapp, Joe Dowling, Johnson
days and others are in prospect. available for germinating the seeds health of the pigs position as carpenter at Camp John- i Rev. McGuire has been a great suc
I Smith Johns, Pierce Crews. All had
I and for starting the plants. cess. It has been well attended and
Hernando County-Several! buyers young Swine that are penned and prepared a nice time. ston.Mr. I
.. of citrus fruits have been at work in I It would be well to plant the rad- for immediate treatment will show S. B. Woodard was a visitor to many souls brought to Christ. ItI

I I the county and a large number of sales ishes in a frame and to shade them abnormal temperature and thus Tender SAPP :NEWS Jacksonville :Monday.Mr. :still. running and will run for several

have been made at $1.50; to $3 on the 'with brush, mosquito netting, or two- it impossible for the county agentor I : and Mrs. Joe Griffis, of near days yet. Rev. :Mullady, of Hampton[

I tree, according to quality. I inch laths placed two inches apart. The veterinarian to give an accurate Sapp, Aug. 20.-'olrs.: Shelton Sapp Starke, were in our burg Sunday af came Saturday to help conduce the
I shade will make the radishes more statement as to their exact condition.The and children were visitors at the home' ternoon. meeting. He has delivered several

St. Lucie County-The board of succulent and tender and will lessen operator should take the tem- of J. P. Sapp Saturday.Mr. I --- 'ery interesting sermons.

'J f!: .f county commissioners has appropriated I the chances of their being hot and perature of each individual before ad- : Rigdon of South Prong, was in'I I GRAHAM: .

$500 toward an exhibit of county strong. ministering the serum or virus, and if Sapp Saturday and Sunday
products at the State Fairl! I any of the animals show nn abnormal :Mr.' Bo tick, of the firm of Bostick Garham, Aug. 21.-Mr. A. G. Dyal, Ask Your GrocerCOFfEES

I r. DON'T: lll'KKY THE PEANUTSIn : temperature, they should be given on- was hero looking after business af of Starke, was here :Monday to see his
I fairs. daughter, Mrs E. D. Abem thv.
Liberty Count-A two mill tax for ly the serum and be isolated for Inves-
cattle tick eradication was levied by I a great many counties in Flor- tigation. All those showing normal I W. E. Sapp and wife and :Mack Grif- Mrs.: Ruth Starling, of Cooler Pond,

y the board of county commissioners at 'ida the farmers have planted) a considerable I temperatures be given the simul- I fis and wife attended 1 Penticostal services is here attending the revival meeting!
acreage to Spanish peanuts, While here he is the guest of Mrs.
at Elarbee
1 its last regular! meeting. I tnneoua treatment. Those that are Sunday. _
i which they will harvest und sell for isolated be given the serum and Miss Inn Belle Davis is still critically Edd Parrish.
oil making purposes. S.V.. Jenkins, may Mr. Cheeky Fogg was business
i Hamilton County-The board otI' I after normal condi- ill. n
virus they regain
county commissioners appropriated ''of the University of Florida extension tion. Mrs Chas. Wainwright has gone to visitor to Sampson City :Monday.Mr. .

$5,000) for putting in cattle dipping I division finds a tendency on the part visit relatives near Baldwin. Her and Mrs. Percy Jones visited
lot most farmers to gather their The best age for treating pigs is relatives and friends at
vats, and are planning to complete the peanuts brother-in-law, Wainwright, was LaCrosse on
I',j' 1 national highway through Hamilton' before they are ripe. If gathered from 10 to 15; days after weaning. recently ordained a preacher in the Tuesday. Best By Every Test

t county. too early they will oe immature, Jive one cubic centimeter of serum Baptist church 1 Rev. :McGuire anti Mr. Chesley Fogg

D 1 I will contain only a small percentage' per pound weight of the pig up to 35: Mrs J. P. Sapp is quite sick at this attended to business in Gainesville
Nassau County-Cattle dipping Is'''of oil and will not weigh as much as'' pounds and after that one-half cubic I Tuesday and Saturday. He.d
t The Quinine Tint roes sec ,..?JrtHeoiiteodt re,
A. becoming, more popular in this! county -1 they should. It is very important that ''centimeter per pound weight. Half a time.Mr.. and Mrs. Francis Hunter and Mr. Joe McKinney was here Tues title and laxative effect,LANA
; several hundred head of cattle have I they be allowed to stand until fully cubic centimeter of virus, per pig is children spent the week-end at :Mr. I day visiting his sister, :Miss :Mae lie riVK BKOMOQUlNI.NKi i*better than oMu.;.or r'3umlne

I been in "bathing" in the last two I matured. The only way to determine sufficient. Should there be any infection Padgett's. is expecting to be called to Uncle nnglncln mil head.doe Remember not came the orrvnunnew lull nerve COd
'flI \ when they ripe Is examination I on the farm, pigs may without Sam's service at time look for the ignature ol 13. W. GIO0. UK-
wee k' I are by an Miss[ Ruth Sapp is visiting her uncle any and Is willing _
It I of the nuts. The hull should be danger of infection be treated about W. D. Sapp, at Jacksonville. to go and do his bit. ,I

Taylor County-At the instance of 1 well filled out with the insjde turned 10 days before being weaned, as nursing Sapp lodge F. & A. :M. will give a Mr.: Davis, of Jacksonville, was n

.' the County Livestock Association the dark. The longer they remain in the I pigs rarely contract cholera. The dinner the first Saturday in Septemberto business visitor here Tuesday.Mr. .

j board of county commissioners levied hill without sprouting the larger the milk from the mother, if she. is immune all :Masons in good standing, and : and Mrs. Alvin McKinney wasa

a tax assessment of one mill which yield will be. I protects the pigs. Pigs must their families. business visitor to Starke Thursday. JAGiSON1911Ef1OLpfSf

.'I will ret about $000 for cattle tick There are several methods used in I not receive the serum an'! virus treatment A watermelon party was (given at :Miss Ethel Byrd and :Mrs. Claud

eradication. They also levied a half- stacking peanuts but the most successful before being weaned unless their the home of J. C Sapp. Among those flirt made a business trip to Hampton

mill assessment for free hog cholera seems to be to put them into I mothers are immune. present were Mrs G. B. Sapp and son, Thursday S rrTMfRN EstaB isntasEEV

, serum small stacks around poles measuring I I Many: breeders are following the B. D. Kelly and wife, of Raiford, :Mack ,' Mr.: and Mrs: Jackson McCuller: and. sous[

three to four inches in diameter the plan of vaccinating, pigs before they Griffis and wife and children, of :Manning family, of Hastings are here, the. S88o IN iLORDAar.

COTTON: CONDITION: ( : REPORT same day the peanuts are dug. The are weaned, as then there ia no danger I Chas. Wainwright, W. E. Sapp guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. H. D. Wasdin e.
pole should he about eight feet long Hof I losing them from the treatment and family this week. claw ntQ vf

:, The condition of the cotton crop for and should he put into the ground deep and the expense Is lessened consider e> :Mr. Carl Jones had the misfortuneof

) i the United States on July 25, 1918, enough to prevent the stack blowingover. ably. THERESSA: NOTES: losing his fine horse Thursday. I AR IlYS 1C

i ( was 73.6 per cent of normal, comparedwith About six inches from the j Feed should be withheld a day or -

85.8 per cent on June 25; 1918 (ground nail two cross pieces about two ''two previous to vaccination and from Theressa, Aug. 20.-Friday night a .

and 70.3 per cent on July :25; 1917. I feet long at right angles and lay a l six to eight days after. Plenty of exercise chicken pilau supper was given at the ---

0 Based on this condition a yield of few sticks across them to form a base and green pasture are all the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. G. :M. Bennett.
I 13.619,000 bales 'ia" forecast for the 'tu hold the nuts off the ground. Place 'pigs need after vaccination. Quite a crowd of young folks were B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

United States. Last year the production (: the nuts to the pole lightly until the 1 It is advisable at all times to em- present and several games were played.

was .100,254 bales; two years stack is about half full and press the '' ploy a qualified veterinarian to vaccinate When supper was ready :Mrs. Ben imOLN Ht'ltEY. Ph. D..U1J. D., L L D., President

ago, 11,419,930; three years ago, 11- vines closely together. This will gave swine or to call on the county nett invited them to the table out in

191,820 and four years ago, 16,134,930 some elevation to the center so that agent for help and instruction. He the yard and it had on it plenty of Deland Florida

+ bales. ( when the stack is finished the center will be able to determine the exact chicken and rice. With smiling faces I Send now for a catalog

j {' For Florida the condition of the cotton i condition and specify the requireddose. and cheering hearts, they ate their

,4 crop on July 23; 1918, was 70 per I.caus-ing, It Is easy to learn how to do supper and at a late hour departed for THE THE COLLEGE GRADUATE OF DEI'AR'nfENTDe"LIBER.\L ARTS FOR.. 0' :Muter 0' Aria and Sciences,

cent of normal compared' with 79 percent the stack will keep the nuts in good the work and the county agent will their respective homes! assuring their THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN-Wom.r MEN-Twent-on. departments 'h'dormi-.1: )

on June 25, 1918 und 80 per centon condition for an indefinite period. gladly teach any farmer in Bradford host and hostess of the jolly good time tori... dean ep.rat.

July 25, 1917. county. they had had. Among those present THE COLLEGE OF LAW-Cr.du.t. p..etlea In Florida without examln.tlon

Based on this condition, a yield of PLANT: STRAWBERRIES S--''ON: S were :Misses Daisy Moore, :Mattie TilE THE COLLEGE COLLEGE FOR OF ENGINEERING-Cou.. In Enorine..ln" leading to de".....

about 38,750 bales Is forecast for the Take good care of your farm implements Youngblood, Florence Hall Estelle THE COLLEGE OF BOTU'TEACHERS-E.I.lly for Florida t..chera.
"" II .
state. Last year the production was Beds Sri -riir.-nirwr; l' u..lIlal.e: The prices have advanced and Woodard Minnie Hagan, Rhoda Bennett THE AC\DEIIY.P..P.: for all\ high-"grad.ok.k..pln"College.. Shorthand Trpewrit.n

37,820 bales; two years ago, 41,449; the Best Yield there is a general scarcity. It may Mrs. Ruby Gaines. Mrs. Effie THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For

k I 'i1 a three. years ago 47,831; and four I pay to build a shed to give them proper Gufford; Messrs. Arthur Bennett, Ben THE TilE SCHOOL SCHOOL OF pipe young"olc.. =- chorus work

years ago 81,255 bales. 1----1 housing.No hall Henry and Kilmer Woodard Calvin OF FINE ARTS.
The final outturn will be larger or parts and their cul Triest, Sam Swindle Willie Brin- I '. The Preliminary Coun. 'In ATTENTION A"rlr"ltDN-Bot.n l IS CALLED TO .....
smaller than these forecasts, according ture has proved protable. The bulk of Worms In a Healthy Child son of Larkins and several more. to Cbemi.try. qualitative and quantitative analysis. Biology. Organic and ',

d i as conditions hereafter are better the crop ia marketed between Jan- Alf children troubled with worm. here an.unhealthy Mr. L. V :Moore of Starke, was a I Mln..I...,.. Geology, a., Agricultural

or worse than average conditions. I luary and :May, but a few berries are rule, there color I* more which or Indicate.... stomach poof blood disturbance.cad a visitor,! Thursday night at the home of ,, 2. The Pf-Medical Courw-Phr.loto.y., Biology Anatomy. B. Urlolo.r. HUtolow: ,
;+ v Northwest Florida was very dry produced in the southern part of Flor- GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC liven regularlyfor :Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard.Mr. I Zoology. Botany General Ch.m.alr. inorganic| Ch..mltr,.. Organic Ch.mi..
try. Qualitative
I two or three week will enrich" tb. blood. Improve and Quantitative Chembtrr
i during most of July with the boll wee |' Ma for the Christmas market. In tb.diavtttoa.end act a.a General Strength- G. M. Bennett spent several I ; S. Th. Cou.... for Religious, W.k.In BibHc.rLIUr.tur.Phnla HUtor, En.lin. T" -
/ vil present everywhere but held in other regions the bearing period continues ealni Tonic to tb.whole num. Nature will then days last week in Jacksonville combinIng i cholotr. Pedacorr. Ethle. Loe-la and Thelam.
I I throw off or dispel the worm.and the Child wilt bt
f ; check by the hot dry weather. Some as late aa June. In perfect health. Fleuut. to t..... We per butt Ie business with pleasure ,



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FRIDAY AUGUST 23, 1918. --
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Writes President
J . Food Administrator "

America Conserved 141000,000 ,- ;

ust Use No More Than Two Pounds Bushels Wheat.

Per Person a Month if the Present CREDIT DUE TO WOMEN.

Meagre Allied Sugar RationIs Meat and Fat Shipment Increased by.

..- 1 n.M Ili 44,600,000 Pound
Maintained.Stocks 1 ," .-
r 0 ltr Conll.l'"atlotm.allures pplld byi')
1. the American people enabled the Unit

( Will Be Short Until Beginning of New 0't + f / "I end 1 States to our to own ship force to the "oversea Allied people 141,- y j

000,000 bushels of wheat !and I|
Year-Ration May Be Enlarged Then. 000 pounds of meat during IW.OtlO\\! e

year valued In all at $1.400,000,0HXi I
This was accomplished In the face of a|
e l/ serious food shortage In this country- +4,
Two pound of sugar a month-halt reduction. In Europe the present ration bespeaking the wholeheartedness and! 1
1s already reduced to a minimum.
pound a week-that 1. the sugar rei / 1i4 1/ patriotism with which the American
a Our Situation. ,I.
hare met the food crisis ah roa
i thin the U. S. Food Administration Tb. situation which the United tO y e4f Food Administrator Hoover, In a let-

I bas asked every American to observe States fare In Its efforts! to maintain r I., to l>r..lllelltVlllIOo.. eiplalns howl' ,
until January 1, 1019. In order to make a fair distribution of sugar to the Allied the situation was met. The voluntary),
for world 1s as follows:; t ll- conservation program fostered by the ,
shad be enough our
iur there Sugar supplies throughout the country Food Administration enabled' the piling, I

Army and Nary, for the Allied armlM In komee, stores, factories) and up of the millions of bushels of wheat I Imeat

and for the civilian of those nation bakeries are at a low ebb. We must during 1017-18 and the shipment of!
make Inereated sugar shipments to the 1917-18. S
Tear1 the world sugar! alt- i during ,
By All . r The total value of all food shiptneota -
Milan will be relieved somewhat bye Production of American beet and to Allied destinations amounted, y

th new" crop. Cuban sugar of titsyeats \ Louisiana can. orep have been disappointing. to 1400000.000 all this food being, t

will, fee arriving la tMicountry. \ ,bought through or In collaboration /
crop Porto Rloo eroea have been cur with the Food Administration. Th,'se.figure >

I tailed. #* ; WU...""'s. are all based on ofBctol report
Every available sugar eource will be Immense. sugar stock In Java cannot / and represent food export for the
Administration be reached on account of the shipping Drawn by Uaar William, Ut.t.lon of Vlotorlal I'II"Jlolty. harvest year that closed June SO, 1018.
drawn on by the Food shortage; chips are needed. for The shipments of meats and fate

during the nest winter months to maintain troop movements and munitions. I million. of American during our first year of war enabled this government (Including meat products, dairy products .

sufficient stock her to keep up Army and Navy sugar requirement Food savings of abroad for our fighting force and the Allied nation vegetable oils etc.,) to Allied destinations

supply. During October have Increased as well as those from to end enormous food shipments amounted to 154,900,000 bushel; all of which wa were" as follows I !
national sugar short --
our the Allies. Our savings in cereal*-out of a crop 844,600,000 pounds. This was 1111017.,2RUi,500Ol'Olhv.( ,
first American beet sugar have bad increased our meat and fat shipment Fiscal year
the Most Industries using sugar We .
hipped to Europe. force of 1917.IS..3,011,100OtIbs.
civilian and military Flsoul )
the year
will arrive In the markets. By the their allotment reduced by one-half II | America's "box from home" to our army abroad and

middle of November some of our Louisiana I some will receive no sugar. ef Allied nations.SHAREOUR. Increnxo ... ...,.. 84I.OOO.OOO. '
make \
should every
cane crop will be available. All Households - HnlmaU> at th. t h... ;
without slaughterable
I fort to preserve the fruit crop I Our
of this!! sugar and more may be needed sugar or with small amounts of BUKIUV SUGAR ginning of tliu last rtsriil year were not I

to keep this nation supplied on a reduced Later when the sugar: supply Is larger appreciably larger Hum the year before
the Allied funned fruit be sweetenedas and particularly" In hogs ; they
ration and to safeguard I the j

sugar ration from still further It U used. WITH THE ALLIESBritish I worn shipments probably. Is duo less. to. conservation'rh.J'r.lllle\ and In

of animals added by
the extra weight

Two Pounds a Month. IiXyf I our farmers. efforts begun }I
Get The full effeet of them
dVTjyiv hear their best results In the last ?}
French 5ugorlllilb Desirg French Pound and Half, to half of the lineal year when the exports t,

Italians One Pound. to Iho Allies wern. 2,13tUMNH: )

I pounds, as UK il I list I."..iltl.fiOO.Oi. pound
I In the silt," period of the year, before.This .
GERMAN SUPPLY PLENTIFUL. compares wllhIn average of. '
G f'
I ROt.UOO.OUO) pounds of total exports for v

All Nations Permit Use of Sweeteningfor Iho stun" hulf yours' In the three'yenr

Preserving Purposes.America's pre' vvnr ('('1'1..11.'
Home e
i In cereals and cereal products reduced J ,2

to \terms, nf cereal bushels our i j
I new sugar ration of two t itlilpnieiits to Allied desllniitloiiN. huts

pound a month per IK.-IMOII. IK enultuMe been. :
I when. (.oii pnrod! with tlio niignr ration i linn I7.:6pUUn,155)bushelslrla :: n 1
i'd I 1'Trtuil Jeiir
I fiifornd by ..,d jeiir IUI7\ 1 IS :tiSiKlillibuHlieUIIHTIMIMO | ) ,
; .- In KtiKlnnd: rrunci and Iltily. nations _
I : y ., !
>4 "Wi' ttliiifttiK HUgur.1'
wliliu we are
.i* 1APPSP with . . ... I'II.IIIMI.III") bushcW
: Alllt-d nntlon-In the mutter ofui'nr ,
tdinrlngon m>ur- 1ZOmillionUnited Of tlu-HO cereals our Ahlllll"IIIK| .>{
&JIK& ? < 1 consumption'i -Is
: li '- as fe i cat possllilo squid<< terms the hlll'.IIIhlI'ffImI'o..1 : tin iirlniii, 1 bicndstiifTx" In the nsculYPlir. .
ti conditions 1017.IS toIIIt'.1, ilentlnutlons wile :
I by greatly situation. er I Wheat IHI.i: \ NM). HIO bushels I unit of ru13faslisst '.
In the world' sugar r 1 1N5)
total! of 144lxii'' ,
) I bushels, H
Kortnerty classed as a luxury, sugar i

Is now a war time vssentlul." The fair .y t ( htlHliel
and Just dl\lslon of this essential la u eua irVt Tlio exports to Allied
/I seal IU1U-1T WITH:
HIM year
liiinilH of the various Allied during
In Wheat 13\,101I.HM': < tiuuheli. and 1'2.nOo.OOo '\'*
food The United States Food Administration l bushels, a totsl of 1.lIn.IMH( ( )

has asked this nation to'observe t ___ bushel In addition\ HOIIIU to."HI.HO
0a _. bushels of 1U1T wheat are now In port.
of Administration
voluntary sugar ration .u United State Food ..
mill. <* en rout.thereto.
destroyed French sugar for Allied
France must Import sugar today troops pounds per person a month. I to Allh'dcountries .
total shipment
Thanks to the French rationing system the other countries at war wltl, The
most of It from this side of the ocean In from our last hafvcxt "t
consumption has been Is one of the scarce h
annual sugar
the Germany
of French about U1.MM I >.
because the largest portion I menu-whether lithe wheat will bu
600.000 tons, according to reports articles on every 13I,1MN,0>
of :
German hands cut to OOO) bushels or a total
sugar beet land la In households of both rich and pool,
have reaching the United States Food ,bushels. of prime tireiidstnffa In nil
As a result the French people or In the hotels. '
Administration Before the war France ration dlllon to this we have shipped Home
been placed on a sugar ration of about England today has a sugar neutrals. depend'
18 pounds a year for domestic use ; had an average sugar crop of about of two pounds per month per person, I War Time Sweeteners 10,000,000 bushels us, and wn have ..(..'
bad la pound and i a ant upon
790,000: tons of sugar and some In France the ration a ,
bolt month. This from other qosrtrrs.
a pound and a a half and In Italy It la one pound i a 'aum. Import
photograph rhows bow the German left over for export month. And the prices In allied countries r MERICA has several excellent war time sweeteners "This accoinplUhmeot of Cur '

are from two to three times a. that will be used largely during the 'clearly In this If matter we bear stainls In mind oatten that, we

high as In America.If shortage In the sugar supply. the fiscal year '
iivNllable In
to a hotel hi England or lWt and '
you go They are maple sugar, syrups, honey 'from net carryover and at ""'
and order tea or
ilve5t5hipping i France these day and may be used in preparing des .nver our normal consumption
lIving u coffee they serve absolutely no sugu J:.dammolasses other dishes requiring sweetening. ZOO.OOO.OOO( ) bushels of when. ) .

::"nl:::; \ It;; you want mare "? .-_' When a cup of syrup or honey id usedto wi-ro able to export that ynr &

bring It with you. of sugar the liquid in the rrendilng on our home lout,"
In England It Is allowable\ to U88, replace a cup be decreased one-fourth. Hoover. """" 'Ihln last year ..
one-seventh of an onnce of sugar lithe recipes should to the liiro failure' of the \
preparation of each luncheon. Jo One-third of a cupful of sugar Is equivalentto awing bad avnllrt'.li-' fiom.
wheat crope
j France many ptTHons carry little Kite one-third of a cup of honey, about one- mrry-oM-r nod production' \ and' crop.'J i

: ebarlne tablets about with them foi half cup of syrup and about one-half cup of corn sugar. imly just about our font aI. con'

use In hotels and In England rich am, One-fourth of a cup of sugar Is equal to about ono-hiUf Linn. 'Iherefnre our wheat '

___ : poor must take their sugar with then of or one-third cup of corn sugar. One tablespoon to Allleit di-Ntlnutlona represent,
If they wish to have sweetened tel' cup syrup is equal to one tablespoon of honey, about ,roxlnnitely "D"lolfr\ 1IJ our I

wbllplxltlnic friends.Kefuie of sugar of syrup and one and one- wheat, bread.. 1
the war started France hat one and one-half tablespoons '"I'licHc llgiires however, do nut

_ S. t 0=5,01$1 BITPH, devoted to sugar produc- third tablespoons of saved corn by sugar.the use of raisin: dates, figs .nvey the volume of t'n1 effort
Itl7 the French sugar acre be
+ tlon. I'.y Sugar may cereals. lacrlllce made C breakfast
tens + used on the : J
to ncres
age hnd Tt-ireaHod dried pears and fruit pastes be usedto '>y the whole American I'| io|1'101.l
1 should
I Today the Frt-n<<
sugar curd him no niHiirance whatevei take the place of the ordinary sweetening at a ('ulturnl population In pi ,niilrig u '
that he or fibs will he shin to nctunllj accessories to it. Fruits may be preserved without ncreased a 'engq In IKlT, not only
buy sugar. To buy It, one must firs. I II not as It be added when sugar is more plentiful. here, n very largo tailor, In ..

r 1a find I It. I sugar.Preserving may demands this year a thin syrup instead of a but ale.. the corn failed I > ,,,"I urn '

+ I Italy Has "State Sugar. .irly and our corn III I our dominant

EHpecliUly drastic rpgtilutlons\ govern heavy syrup.If one-half of the amount may be replaced "l HID sure" Mr. Iluovir wrotu In
the use of sugar' In Italy. Its menu sugar is used concluding, his report, ",Iut, all the t

I facture distribution and mile are clime. I by another sweetener. (without sugar) apples millions of our people, agricultural, nn ;t
Y.Na ly controlled. and In part actuull)' I Drying is: a means of preserving well, as urlxin, who hntii contribute
I the state strawberries and black caps.: reunite stoou'd. feel u verY
taken over by cherries, to these
the needed
I Saccharine U permitted to be no-' When ready to use they may have added
wwuv"OA'Q Lg10/N. CANS Hi HAII ruvfi vHOfT3 sod used n* a substitute! for sugar an] in the form of a syrup. When sugar is more plentiful unlverniil food idiortaire In, the north.
grOA.rp 4- AHEA/61 HAifA. ff/LUOff TOHJ government manufactures u mixture I, sugar be made into jellies or may be used as ern ln'inl< Y6 A+L may
Or'.ra/OAA 'I juices
r' .r of Kuc and sugar culleil with or without sugar, aa beverages, fruit Joined together ngaln"t Gorn.uty, into '
"Slate Sugar," whlih Is largely used I fruit juices desserts mine through Into Hlt'it', of the coming

families would have less. sugar than the I I German Sugar Ration Adequate.Germany gelatins and frozen the place of sugar in the daet. They harvest not only Kith weoltii and V VStrength
AMERICAN entirelyon before. the war proiluccila Fresh fruits is fully innlntiiliie, l, but with
France, If we depended I where sugar : scarce
war torn used freely. Desserts: .. ,. I
stocks. I grf at: surplus nf and exp"rtiInrgt1 -Il l I should be custard puddings and only temporary p. '.1" li of hnrd+htp
our home-grown sugar of la shipped( iiuuntltleM., Today< the Ocrmarntime may be mate of gelatins, junkets, "It IK dllllriilt<< to distinguish. betweenvnrlniM
cent. our
Approximately 75 per virtually gone out of the exportt Cake.i. nectloiis of. v"r pccipln, -HiehrinifH
We produce about 1,000,000 tons of sugara I eating place, to..,I
to our shores. iMln< -". but here plenty of cllf"II'anllar iiiiUle
year. Our imports from abroad amount to over 3000. fur liniue use. I ,. 'T7 -Sv. trades, "..I.n.. or agrlriiltiiral population
normal times. In the ,. "'1 In u.".sslng eredlt for, the 1'.'- t
000 tons in \\.10,, rule prices prevalent *
a year (
The United States Food Administration asks each I Allied mil Innnernril'n' ;: to Inforin.i- .....::" .I ... nulls, bur xo OIIH will deny, chit iloralniiut -

family to limit its use of sugar to two pound per month lion\ r'.'..*-U<'il<<1 by iliu, Caked Stnli-M ( ffif part of the American \\ household use. The military situation demands Food AdmlnlMtrntlon are UK" follow;: .

per person for available ship be placed at the disposalof England, 10 cents a .pound ; Franee,, ? i A hoarder Is .n man win Is mere Interested -.
that every 1111.11110 gtv.IDJ w
When we save sugar, we save 12 ,'..nt"" ; Italy UfJ ear s. In getting Ul. bits
the Army or Navy. I \VMIe these lilch prices are being J Ul& bit. i 1

shipping. i paid ahroiul tbo Aiuerli-iin wholesale L ,--- -

price' IK being' bell ai T'j cents,


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-- I Marion Rivers, Willie Mae Johnson Mr. Jrf Rherle;;. .,' J.itk nvil'.l). A neat sum was quickly raised in TW11AS

t I Hettie Hendrix, Margaret Townsend, spent Sunday here with his parents. response to an appeal the chairman in a few Rev.well :GAINED
remarks by
Perbeth Williams and Amelia Lopez. :Mis 'ick of Star V, was in oui chosen
All reported an enjoyable eveningand (lvwn 1 hii. ;-..v aften.oon.GALLOWAVDINKINS. R. O. Wright, and the good work was
wished Miss Genevieve hap- S done. MUCH ASHEEYERIOS
f.> I I County News Items py returns of the day. J :Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Dye and Miss
S Sadie Butler were week-end visitors at

BROoK ER ITEMS: Lawtey, Aug. 21.-The sound of the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blan

I'?i ':; tq Intcrcstintt Fact Gathered During the Week br Our wedding bells were again heard in the chard.
V 11 Regular Correspondents. Rev. S. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler, city of Lawtey Wednesday of last :Mrs. J. D. Randall and niece, Virginia .
,,\ .... filled his regular appointment hero at week. Miss Lois Dinkins another of have been sojourning by the sea "I Feel Twenty Years J
I I........ You ,
r I II the missionary.Baptist church Eutur Lawtey's most popular young ladies, at Pablo Beach, being fanned by Nep Than I
I r', I-- I II day and Sun'day.Mr. and Mr. Edmond L. Galloway, a young tune's breezes while Old Sol stirredup When I Took U 1
LAKE BUTLER NOTES I Mrs. W. M. Overstreet Thursday.Miss Odell united in other They returned -. First Dose
Abernathy, of Gmham, man from Tennessee were the heat in parts. of Tanlac "
Greene who is teaching SaIl
I Berta was in our (.own FeturUrfy nfiernjon. marriage at the home of the bride's Tuesday. I .
[''ft jf Luke Butler, Aug. 21.-Miss Ina Alderman a music elass near Miller, spent the Mrs. M',it, of Hague, spent the weekend I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins Miss Anna Walz spent last week in' A. L. Hockholzer.
| had as her week-end guest, week-end with her parents Mr. and here she few
with relatives.Mr.
fj :[ ( at three o'clock. Jacksonville where spent
Miss Catherine Sistrunk, a charming II Mrs. R. II. Greene.Mr. T. C. Hazen was a visitor to tastefully decoratedby pleasant days with her niece, Miss "I've not only gained back the
& young lady of Ocala. Herbert Bennett, of Johnstown, Starke last Thursday afternoon.Mr. The home was sister of the Rosemary Hull. She returned home teen pounds I had lost hut am fift..

. i Mrs. Mamie Henderson, after spending was a business visitor in Lake Butler Frank Tracey, of Jacksonville, Miss Miss\ Wilma Eunice Blanchard, and Mrs. bride'l I :Monday. pounds heavier than I was befo

I I .: I several weeks here with her moth. Saturday.The spent Sunday here with relatives. and a beautiful floral ,, Mrs. James Goodfellow, accompanied started to lose weight and feel all! ,.
1 er, Mrs. Onie Pons, left Sunday even. many friends of George Fair- Mrs. > twenty years younger than '
t I M. Barefoot and daughter, front of which the happy pair were by her children left Thursday for I wha), ,
: t for her home in Albany. cloth, who has recently undergone a took my first dose of Tanlac
i Inez and !Mrs. R. T. Osteen and Earl married made and erected by Mrs. Kentucky where she will join her husband IIr
Nettie Maines, of Sanford, serious operation in Rogers panitar- was A. L. Hockholzer (
Miss '
r Surreney attended the burial of Mrs. friend of the fam and spend the balance of the p/'inounced B
f. if'f spent last week with her brother and lum, Jacksonville, will be glad to know Henry !M. Pinkston Wednesday afternoon Geo. II. Beavers, a performedthe summer. holzer), an expert machinist. ? .-olut, '

,I'll'\ \. .' Bister, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines. that he is at home again and getting at Fort Call cemetery.Mr. ily. Rev Alfred the Evenden being Mrs. M. E. Edwards with Col. Ad. bus, Miss., some time air..
ring ceremony
t.* l' I The Baptist Sunbeam Band meets ,, along nicely.Mr. ceremony, "I had stomach trouble
r : i and Mrs.\ H. P. Gainey and children kins' party has been heard from. They 4no rht.
, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock : S. Singer and mother motoredto used. matism for a mighty \long
every motored to LaCrosse Friday af. at three o'clock the guests had a delightful auto trip and arrived nme *
: at the Baptist church. Leaders, Mrs. Gainesville Saturday night, returning ternoon. 'I my troubles pulled m. IOW
assembled and to the strains of Lohengrln's safely at Hendersonville N. C., where mtll!
Kawls and Mrs. J. II. Scarborough. :Monday. would have to lay off
L. A. from
I Mr. Guy Pinholster spent the latter wedding march the bridal they will remain for several weeks. I work f fa ft,
.. Mr. A. S. Feagle, of Jacksonville is of last week or two at a time
part Every
week with relatives in
descended the stairs, the Oliver Cline was taken sick last tit
I Mesdames J. M. Mann J. R. Chas- visitinir her narcnts. Mr. and :Mrs. W. Jacksonville.Mr. procession I went back to work it na the .
.l V V .minister_.; ._ waitinor._ at the floral arch.Arriving week and was under the care of a physician II!!
tain and W. E. Loadholtz and children S. Brannen. Floreus Ward, of way I would have to nun n",,,.,...., t .
Tampa spent ; service proceeded for several days. He is reported .n. -
I there the 'f'
.\ spent last Friday in Worthington on Miss Lois Roberts, of Trenton, is Monday\ here with relatives.Mr. I Iso weak I couldn't lift ten Poundsa
, have recovered. Mrs. Cline Oliver's
addingto to ,
with the music playing softly,
. a picnic and enjoying the bathing. visiting her cousins, Misses Ruby and Elmer Osteen and little daughter : fell off fifteen pounds in weight. Xoft
the magnetic charm of the weddingscene grandmother, is now up and about and
Tommie Hewitt left Thursday for Myrtis Roberts. I ing I ate agreed with
I Louise of Plant City, are heie visiting me and tl'Ml!
beautiful and Impres- improving.
Gainesville, where he will enter the Rev. L. A. Rawls left Monday for relatives. which was [ nervous'and restless that Iouij"
. U. S. Government training school. Santa Fe, where he is assisting in a Messrs. John Groover and Fred ITa- sive in every way. Mr. and Mrs. A.with A. Smith Smith's spent i sleep at night. Nothing I took d d.:
Sunday at the lake Mrs.
who hails from protracted meeting.Mrs. The bride was charmingly attired in a .
;. T. J. Alderman now zen, accompanied by !Misses Eunice i me any good."Unless
here with Loca Clemons, of Brooker, beautiful champagne silk coat suit mother. I
Sunday |
V Jacksonville, spent Hazen and Mamie Reddish spent Sun a person suffer like't tI iii.I .
several days last week here with with a new creation hat of pink and I Mr. A. II. Harley and :Mr. Solomon
homefolks. spent they can't realize how
,; day afternoon at Worthington SpringsMr. Cline week-end visitors in Law- I I I glad i shave !?II, u
; Mr. J. .K. Maines is enjoying a visit her sister, Mrs. Jno. B. Crews. Wade Harrell, of Old Bradford white georgette crepe. Congratulations were my health back again. I itarta
. with friends in Starke this week. Mr. Perry O. Markey president of was in our town Monday morning.Mrs. over the guests were served with tey, visiting their families. I I taking Tanlac and begun to pick
week-end the & Hormon wholesale delicious French fruit punch. pound Mr. Butler Blanchard remained in up
V V Mr. J. K. Bolin spent the Markey grocery P. Colson and children, of Pine right away. It seemed like my fa
I here with homefolks. company of Tampa, and familyare Hill, spent the week-end here with rel cake and ice cream. The invitationshad Jacksonville over Sunday. lie was tasted different, and everything I 1111,
and sister visiting Mr. Markey's father Mr. been limited to Lawtey's youngerset very much missed in town.
.; Mr. Dewey Pinholster atives. built me up until I gained back all
of St. Petersburg M. IT. Markey.Mr. I all of whom were present as well The bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs.
I Miss Louamanda, !Mr. Robert Greene, of Lake Butler, I lost and fifteen pounds more. Xj
I, I visited friends and relatives in Lake and Mrs. C. E. Roberts of Ft. was in our town on business Mbnday. as a select few from other cities. The Edmond Galloway, have been heard I I I strength has come back to me, until!

I. Butler last week. Meade, are visiting Mr. Roberts' brother Mr. Inman Harrison of Worthington popularity of the bride was evidencedby from. They report having had a delightful can lift two hundred and fifty pound!

Mrs. II. B. bowling of Lake City, and family Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Rob Springs was in our town Thursday the many gifts she received from honeymoon trip arriving at I without a bit of trouble. Of course!
'1 visited her brother Mr. II. A. Hewitt, erts, of Guilford. afternoon. admiring friends. their future home, Memphis Tenn., recommend Tanlac because it

'"\ Master Herman and Joe Jones have Mrs. T. S. Anderson, of Live Oak, Misses Van and Bessie Cone, of The fortunate groom is the son of safely, from whence they send greet helped me." are!

returned home, after spending several I is visiting her' mother, Mrs. S. A. Richard near here were in our town Monday the Rev. A. T. Galloway, formerly pastor ings to all their friends in Florida. Tanlac is sold by C. P. Cason n
I!, weeks with relatives in Jacksonvil'p. who is very ill. shopping. of the M. E. church, south, in Law- Prof. Blackburn and wife have returned Starke and by one druggist In

I Mr. lien Hale Worthington, was Miss Anita Richard of Gainesville, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter tey, and is employed in a railroad offirn and their many friends are town in Bradford county.-Adv, every!

VM.,. a business visitor in Lake Buter: SacLK'.V. Is"visiting her sister Mrs. Belle RI-: mel.n spent. Thursday: afternoon_ at the. at__ _Memnhia.__m un. Tenn._ .. whence the glad to see them home again. Theyare ..

. chard. home of Mr. and !Mrs. H. S. Warren, happy; couple have gone to establish busy getting ready for the open 1 I heartfelt sympathy.
V Mr.\ D. W. Borum spent tha weekend Mrs. Motes, after spending several of Clayno. their home. They left for Memphis on ing of school. Card of Thanks

V here with his family. weeks here with her daughter, Mrs. J. Little Clifford Hazen is very ill at the afternoon train amidst showers of Rev. W L. Overstreet was transacting I I We wish to thank each and ever)
: !Mrs. M. E. Roberts and daughter A. Sullivan has returned to her homein this writing. rice and loving good-byae from the business in Starke the first part one who so willingly assisted duncj

Jessie, made a business" trip to Gainesville Palatka. Mr. E. L. Crosby is spending a few friends and relatives who were thereto of the week. I the sickness, death and burial of OB
: Thursday. Miss Mollie Thomas, the efficient days with relatives in Jacksonville. see them off. Mrs. P. L. Dinkins spent several beloved brother husband and father

I Mr. Leonidas Wells was r\ busine, saleslady, of L. A. Duncan MercantileCo. !Misses Odessa and Donnie Mae The guests from out of town were days last week with relatives in Law- We wish to thank especially Dr. Can-

; I visitor in Jacksonville Friday.Mr. I ., is back at her post of duty after Crawford of Alachua, spent the week. Mr. E. L. Dinkins, Mrs. Paul Dinkins tey.Mrs. foot for his untiring efforts, also J.
Tom Chastain of Jacksonville a week's vacation spent with relativesin end here the guest of their cousins, and little :'IIi1dredIr.: Frank Green, W. C. Wooten was a visitor to L. Brown for his close attention. Mi;

I spent the week-end with friondj and Green Cove Springs. !Misses Ida Belle and Jennie Maude Misses Betty and Virginia Peace and, Gainesville last week. the God of Heaven see fit in Hi! infinite .
: I, iplntives/ in Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Andrews left Crosby.Mr. others. Mrs. Will Edwards rendered Rev. W. L. Overstreet and daughter -I wisdom, to give each and everyone

; t' Mr.\ C. A. Roberts and daughter, last Monday afternoon for Jackson Thedoroe Clemons, of Camp the music for the marriage service. :Miss Carrie, are in Alachua this the crown of life.

j Ruby, left last Thursday for Gainesville ville where they expect to reside in Jackson Columbia, S. C., was in our Pupils Recital week, assisting in a series of meetings Mrs. H. M. Pinkston and Family
l V Ocala, Perry and Trenton by nu- the future. town Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. Last Friday at 4 o'clock a music recital at the Alachua Baptist church.A I Mrs. J. I. Dubose.

t \; to on.a combined business and pleas. Prof and Mrs. E. R. Poppell, of R. L. Murrell on the sick list was given by :Mrs. Will Edwardsat daughter was born to Mr. and PersonalsRev.

'"A. ure trip.Mr. Starke, visited Mrs. Poppcll's parents, this week. her residence< in Lawtey. It was! Mrs.! Truby Willis Friday Aug. 16th. / M. Woodard, of Jakin. Ga.
Curl Alderman of Palatka, :Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tomlinson, Sun. Mr. anti !Mrs I. W. Pinholster and given for her pupils and was greatly :Mr. M. L. Loadholtz was transactIng filled his regular appointment at the

V t' spent the week-end with homefolks. day.Mr. Mrs. P. Colson motored Worthing-- enjoyed by those present. The follow. business in Jacksonville several Freewill Baptist church Saturday ani

V Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Singer are and Mrs. B. Feinberg spent ton Sunday morning.Mr. ;jl1."' .. nrnwrnm' wiw! nresented: days of last week. SunclJlv_._ ._
f receiving congratulations upon the arrival Sunday in Starke the guests of rela- J. C. Cone and daughter, Clara.. i Krivolette i (Rufus O. Suter)-Mattie Miss Eldredge Reddish visited Mr.-- M. W. Douglass of Ellisvito
of a Ron at their home born Au. tives. friends in Jacksonville /
Harley. last week.
1 spent Saturday with relatives and, visited at the home of his father. Mr.(
j. gust 15th. The Christian Endeavor meets every friends in Lawtey. Daisy Chain (Geo. L. Spauding) V :Mrs. A. A. Smith visited relative E. II. Douglass, Sunday.Col. .

Miss Wilma Parker Is nt home again Sunday evening at 7:30: at the Christian Mrs. Pettit and son, Charlie of Cooler Louise Blanchard, in Gainesville last week. C. L. Peek of Starke. passed

I r 'V,V after spending several weeks with relatives church. Everybody invited. Pond, were in our town Thursday Coo-Coo Song (W. Papp)-Claudia Mr. Frank Webb of Island Grove through here Saturday enrout for
and friends in St. Petersburg. Master Chas.! Rivers and sister, Genevieve afternoon. Terry. was a visitor to Lawtey last week. Mikesville.Mr. .

IJ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brannen of lire visiting their grandpar Miss Murray Malphurs, of Old Violin Solo, "My: Little Boat-Flora :Mr. E. E. Burney moved his family / and Mrs. J. :M. :Mott. of near
Palestine, spent Saturday with Mrs. ents, Mr. anti Mrs. Futch, at Hamp Bradford was in our town shopping Brown. to Jacksonville last week where he Lake Butler attended church here Sat
Hrannpn's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. R. II. ton.Mr. Friday afternoon.Mr. March of the Ten Little Soldiers-Evelyn has a good position.

Green. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan of R. W. Surrency, of Graham, was! White. The parents of children in Lawtey, I urday There night will and be Sunday.cemetery workirj!
i Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith, of Providencp Brooker, were the guests of their visiting in our town Sunday. Birds of Spring (Gustave Lang-) are hereby informed that school starts at Fort a J9di:
Call Thursday. Aug.
; were visitors in Lake Butler daughter Mrs. Jno. B. Crews last Sat A social was given at the home of Joyce Terry. on !Monday morning at eight o'clock I p I Everybody on invited.

Friday. urday. | :Mr. and !Mrs. J, J. Morgan Thursday The Flatterer (Chaminnde)-Mamie with Prof. Blackburn as! the principal I :Misses cordially and Cora Spires, Vir.
Mrs. Purvis Mott, noo Miss MauduFralcigh The ladies of' the Lake Butler night. Those present were, Misses\ Lou Edwards. in charge. Ettye .
gie and Thomas of Midnay.were
\ of Palutkn, came over Fri- branch of the Red Cross are very busy Beadie Croft Clara Cone, !Mamie Reddish Each number was delightfully rendered Ruby Sallie Waters
lay to visit her parents at Providence. making hospital clothes for our sol Willie Mae Knabb Myrta !Morgan nnd much credit is due the pupils HENRY :M. PINKSTON DIED AT the guests of Miss

!. Mr. II. L. Sprinkle, of Jacksonville, dier boys. They! are turning out a ; Messrs. Ben Crosby Marion Lucian and their teacher for the rapid :MILLKK: WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11 Sunday.J. to
V trip
spent Wednesday in Lake Butler with great deal of good work, and all mem and Fred Hazen, Avery Craig, progress being made. The pupils and -' S. Brown made a business
his wife and little son, Henry Boy. bers are urged to come and do their Hubert Rouse, Harley Hazen, John guests were treated to delicious! combination Miller, Aug. 20.-Mr. Henry M. Lake Butler Monday.B. .
Little Misses' Ma and Irene Stewart bit in this great work for our boys Groover. They report a nice time. punch and cake that made Pinkston, a well known and highly re- E. Brown made a business trip to

left Thursday afternoon for Jacksonville and country. Club room opens for Mr. C. Moody, of LaCrosse, spent Friday them wish recitals happened every I spected citizen of this community died Worthington Saturday.
t where they will spend! some time work every Monday, Wednesday and afternoon here with friends. week. They were all grateful and at an early hour Wednesday morning !Miss Janie Bielling is visiting m St.

I; with their cousin, Miss Elizabeth Thursday afternoons. Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughters happy over their accomplishments, at his residence near here after an Petersburg this week. ,
Fielding. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Hewitt motored Thelmu and Ona Rita left Thursdayfor not forgetting to thank their teacher illness! of several days. Everything !Mr. Eugene Douglass mad ,i ,.'-

I Mrs. Vascoc Dowling. of Jacksonville to Gainesville Sunday to visit their Jacksonville, where she will joint for her kindness. that medical skill and- -Invinohofwi- ... .._....- ness trip to Bland SaturdayMr. ,
''I' 4 nee Miss Alma Andrews, of Lake son, Tommie who is in training at the t her husband and reside in that city. Supper at Woman's Club House could do could not stay the hand of Denzie Thomas made a husm'!

V Butler, l is visiting her mother and sister University They made the trip by auto and were The ladies of Lawtey gave a very death. trip to Lake Butler SaturdayMr. .

.' Mrs. Blair and Miss Allio Andrews. :Mr. and Mrs. Purvis !Mott, of Pa accompanied by !Mr. Guy Pinholster. nice supper in the Woman's ClubHouse :Mr. Pinkston was born in Brooks : J. S. Howard, of Duke pa"ed

latka, vl itl.'dIr.! Mott's parents here Mrs. E. L. Crosby and daughter, on Tuesday evening to a few county, Ga., Oct. 19, 1850.; He moved through here one day last week
I Mrs. (J. W. S. Ware of Worthington"Spring Sunday. Ruby and son, Abe motored to Invited guests. It was for the benefit with his parents to Bradford county
'I *, \isitod her daughter Mrs. W.M. Watson-Hall Worthington Sunday afternoon.Mrs. and in connection with Y.1.. C. A. four years later, living here the remainder !Mr. B. E. Brown made a bininew
V Overstreet Wednesday. I Friends of !Miss Pearl Hall, who has J. C. Cone is much better at work and was> given at the suggestion I of his life. lie was married I trip to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. .

Miss Lulu Scarboroitcr'i IetVuroLlV visited her sister, :Mrs. Wm. Johnson this writing. of Rev. R. O. Wright, who had been to :Miss Emily Herndon in 1870 and_ to__ and Mrs. W. O. Brooks ..if ProVo
from Jacksonville\ Wednesday: afternoon of this place on several occasions, will Mr.\ Wm. L. Murrell is still on the appointed by the Y. :M. C. A. of Jack this union were born five uu idence, attended church here Sunday-

I S V where she had beenisiting her he interested to learn of her marriage sick list at this writing. sonville to arrange for the meeting.The three sons and two daughters children'j, !Mr. D. L. Clyatt made a husine-J

!1. cousin, :Mrs. V. A. orr.i.fh.' to !Mr. John Watson, which took placeat Miss Bertie Thomas. of near here, Y. :M. C. A. management offeredto lows: Mr. Thos. Pinkston, !Mrs. G. F. trip to Dukes Friday.

!Mr. Claud Davis, of Jacksonville, Rome, Ga., Aug. Dth. !Mrs. Watsonwas was in town shopping Saturday afternoon bear all the expense connected with McLeod: and Mrs. J. F. Douglass residing S
,; visited his little daughter:( Viola, at reared at Hampton a daughterof giving the supper but the noble, spirited near here; Mr. J. S. Pinkston I RISING NOTES

V; , the home of her grandparents Mr. Henry II. Hall, of that place. She !Mr. and !Mrs. L. Sowell and Mr. i Sam generous-hearted Lawtey ladies of Alachua county and :Mr. H. S.
i 'M l'' nnd Mrs. J. W. Townsend, Sunday. is a graduate of Dr. Holmes training Mott were visitors to Hague Sunday could, not stand for that preferring to Pinkston, who is somewhere in France. Rising Aug. 21.=Mrs. Joe PhilliPS
; \ I :Mrs. B. B. Horrell and children school for nurses. afternoon.Mrs. give it at their own expense. Under He joined the Freewill Baptist and two little daughters, Edna and

2 Miss Edna Motes and mother, of Pa- :Mr. Watson holds a responsible! position Darby and :Mrs. Spray, of the able leadership of Mrs. J. T. Moore church at :Miller- _nn .flv. _. ....._._..... _="u GUU A_" Jewel of Theressa visited her cousin,
I, J" I latka who have been spending sometime with a large nitrate plant in Starke_ spent Tuesday here in interest who was chairman of the supper committee has lived a devoted Christian life ever A. L. Jackson and family SaturdayMr. t
r I with Mrs. J. A. Sullivan, spent Sheffield Ala., where they will reside. of the knitting for the Red Cross,. assisted by :Mrs. Will Edwardsand since. lie had a kind word for everyone : and Mrs. Hiram Bennett. )

Wednesday Worthington Springs. The Telegraph joins in congratula. Their instructions were much appreciated Mrs. Alfred Evenden, the plans whom he met. The esteem in Lawtey, who has been visiting relatives
Little Miss Pauline Owens who has tions and. best wishes on their matrimonial by the members. and arrangements for the supper were which he was held was shown by his near Lake Butler, returned to

been spending u few weeks here with voyage. Mrs. Florence Varnadoe and sister,,, a decided success and all present thoroughly friends and neighbors coming to see this section Thursday and visited relatives -
her uncle, :Mr. Leonidas Wells returned Birthday Party Mss! Ollie Hague, attended the Red enjoyed the delicious repast. him from miles away to see him dur. in this section. They left for
to her home in Jacksonville The home of Mr. and !Mrs. C. F. Cress meeting at the W. O. W. hall Following the supper Rev. R. O. ing his last sickness. The concourse of their home in Lawtey Friday, accompanied

Friday afternoon. Rivers was the scene of a happy birth. just Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Wright acting as chairman, introduced friends and neighbors who gathered by Miss Elma Johnson. who

Miss Edith Ostoen was called to day party Friday afternoon from 4 to C. Tyler is very ill at this writ- Rev. Bunyon Stephens, assistant ; to pay their last respects was the will be their guest for a few day-
I Jacksonville Friday afternoon by her 6 o'clock! in honor of their little daugh itil.; Camp Secretary for the Y. :M. C. A. largest ever gathered at the cemetery. Mrs. J. E. Norman was called to the

sister, !Mrs. Tallman, whose little son ter, Gencvieve 10th birthday. The :Mt-sbts.! Mark Clemons and SeclierX in Camp Johnston, who outlined the lIe leaves to mourn his death a lov bedside of her daughter. Mrs. Jl.

Is very ill. rooms were tastefully decorated for "WHOPI were in our town Sunday afternoon. work in general and stated that the ing wife three sons and two daughters Jacksonville Friday she being very
4 The yearly revival meeting of the the occasion and numerous games Indulged object of the meeting was to help raise! and one sister, :Mrs. J. I. Dubose. ill. We are glad to report she h35

V Baptist church will begin the first in, after which Ice cream and Mr. Clyde Colson nrd slitters, Iva funds necessary to extending and increasing Mrs. Dubose Is the only one left of a improved considerably.

Sunday in September. Rev. Rawlt cake was served, to the delight of the and Virginia, of Pine Hill were in our the buildings and equipmentof large and respected family. He was Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis and little
will be assisted by Rev. Todd, of Hahint. little folks. town Saturday afternoon. the Blue Ridge Association Y. M. laid to rest in Fort Call cemetery on daughter of near Lawtey, visited

.$, Ga. ,, !Mrs. Rivers was assisted in entertaining Mrs. B. Nipper and little son. Wil- C. A. training school for workers. His Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock. Mr. II. II. Lewis and family Sunday-
r Mr. Charley Carver of Jacksonville by Misses Russell Rivers and hard who have been visiting relativesin talk was helpful and Instructive and Funeral services were conducted by .They were accompanied by their parents '

S spent Sunday with his father Mr. S. :Mildred Roberts. Among those present Newberry for the past two weeks, was listened to with deep Interest. Mr. Rev. L. A. Rawls, of Lake Butler. The Mr. and Mrs. Driggers of F1-

.. M. Carver. were: returned: he mo Frutay afternoon. J. D. Randall was also invited to speak services were very impressive. Myers.
il Rev. W. L. Overstreet and daughter. Misses Ognes RawU Wilma An Mrs. P. .1. Barefoot spent Ian Monday J and spoke as ho always does with a"ull The entire community joins in extending Robt. Norman of Jacksonville, i ii is

Carrie of Lawtey, visited Mr. and I I drews, Marie Chastain, Josie Bennett, Aiacbia.! heart and earnest intent. to the bereaved ones their ,.-i iting his parents for a few day"iI".l''i *-

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